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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897
MINING NOTES. * Splendid stone is being raised from the Gem of Coe. Tbe Planet crushing shows an average of loz. 4dwt. per ton for 28 tons. A sample ot stone from the Trilby raine gave a return of 52oz. to the ton. Fifty ounces have been dollied from the Newhaven mine during the last few days. The Morning Star, Magnet, bas cleaned np for 454oz. or au average of lid wt. which, shows £1,400 profit. From the Arcadia, Cue, IQOoz. of amalgam was collected from the top walls of the bat tery for three and half days crushing. A very handsome yield is expected.
Irish Landlords. London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897
Irish Landlords. London, Saturday. The Irish land owners have waited upon Lord Salisbury with regard to the effect of Irish legislation upon them. The reduction of rents, they said, was ruining the smaller land owners and the workhonse woald be their only refuge. Lord Salisbury replied that the condition of the landlords was foretold when the act of 1881 was passed. He wonld con- j sider the request to appoint a Commit- i tee although he did not believe that a committee was adapted for the purpose.
SETTLEMENT ALONG THE G. S. RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897
SETTLEMENT ALONG THE G. S, RAILWAY. The W.A. Land Company held possession of their territory for about ten years and for part of that time the Government did not compete with them in the sale of land along the C ¿at Southern Railway. During that long period they made sales of only about 250 farming and gardening blocke. The ef fect of the purchase of the railway and lands of the Company may be gathered from the fact that the following selections were made in the first month after the Government tonk possession : 100 blocks on conditional purchase, total acreage 27,179. 29 Free Homestead farms, total acreage 4,730. 23 pastoral leases, total acieage 107,000. lt will be observed that the average size of the conditional purchase blocke is 271 acres, of the homestead farms 161 acres and of the leases 4,652 acres. In one month the Govern ment secured half as many settlers as the Company secured in ten yeats. No better proof could be given of the wisdom of the purchase of the Company's int...
The Advertiser. TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897
? TUESDAY, MASCH 16, l$>£||gS PUBLIC indignation has been aröoBed m^ the past few years kwith regard & ßbe%£ núsnianagement of the departments í*lh|¡ Works and .Railways and of Poáts ^^äte Telegraphs and in conseqaencefnetéf^^B been improvement made in all of iheifi5l| Little, however, has been said of fbiijg Harbour Department though p^thaps 3t^ has required the Herculean broom «CB ^ much as any of them. It wonkl^' ¡almost seem that the chief ©ifieess^ I of this department have for the jpssfey few years conducted a system of boviôttj i against this port, and this is especmlírí - the case with regard to the proposal to establish a Lloyds' signalling station at Breaksea Island. Wfe¿|j| was there to be done in this mafc^s^ ter? The Albany Chamber of Com- ^ merce wrote to Lloyds* suggesting that that great shipping institution sbouhl " - 1 establish & signalling station on Bñiafc-r sea Island. Lloyds promptíy leplied. saying they were willing to establish Éte. statio...
OUR OPEN COLUMN. STOWAWAYS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897
OUR OPEN COLUMN. STOWAWAYS. TO THE EDITOB. BIB,-Doling the past 12 months many men have been brought np at the local poliee court and charged with being stowaways on board vessels arriving from the Eastern Colo nies. In most cases the men are without means ; and, of course, are sentenced to a term of imprisonment. Now, sir, it dees not seem fair to the colony, that through neglect on the part of steamship owners, it should have to keep these men in prison, and after wards in the event of their not finding work, provide relief works for their benefit, lt would be far better, and only reasonable, if the steamship owners were compelled to take these men whence they came. And I also think it very questionable whether this court has any jurisdiction in the matter that is so far as sentencing them to imprison ment or inflicting a fine as the offence is really committed in the other colonies, when the men board the vessels for the purpose of defrauding the owners. To me it seems alto gethe...
CRETE. London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897
CRETE. * London, Saturday. The delay in the proclamation of autonomy for Grete is impeding the restoration of order. Russia strongly opposes the reference of the future. Government of Crete to a plebiscite. The Russian Government urge that the Powers should occupy Crete with 12,000. additional troops and blockade Greece. Greece is mobilising her army and navy. Mr. Gladstone says he prays that God will help the effort to stop the coercion of Greece and thus avert the disgrace of the English. Reports from Canea are to the effect that there has been sharp fighting on the heights. I The Turkish Governor has requested I the Porte to send arms to the refugees. | A railway bridge near Salónica has -been destroyed by dynamite. A train containing 3000 Turkish soldiers was crossing at the time and many pf the men were drowned. 1 The Italian commander has demanded the arrest of the leaders of the gendarmes who mutinied, and attacked the British consulate: The Greeks have ordered two warships t...
WHY NOT LIVE A CENTURY? [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897
WHY NOT LIVE A CENTURY ? " In the coming time," ' said a famous English poet," " a man or woman eighty or one hundred years old will he more beautiful than the youth or maiden of twenty, as the . ripe fruit is more beautiful and fragrant than the green. These ripe men and women will hare no wrinkles on the brow, no grey hair, no bent and feeble bodies. On the contrary theywül have perfect hearing, clear eyesight, sound teeth, elastic step, and mental vigour." Does this sound absurd. and impossible ? Why should it F People over one hundred yearal'old are frequently met with in these j days, as they have been as far as human re cords go' back. A man is of no real value until he is past fifty anti galled control of his ¡ passions and acquired some practical wisdom. After that he ought to have from fifty to seventy-five working years before him. Whoso dies short of one hurdred (bir violence) dies of his own folly or that of his ancestors. Ont chief thing, however, we mist learn. What ii...
THE FEDERAL CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897
THE FEDERAL CONVENTION. It will be observed that all the local nominees Ur. G. Leake, member for Albany* Mr. Hassell, member for Plantagenet, and Mr. Piesse, member for Williams, are among the successful ten for the Federal Convention. The following were elected Convention Delegates : Sir John Forrest . 45 Sir J.Jjee-Steerè . 43 Mr. G. Leake .40 Hon. F. H. Piesse . 33 Hon. J. W. Hackett . 37 Mr. Loton .3S Mr. W. H. James . SO M. A. Y. Hassell ... ... 27 Mr. B. F. Sholl. 23 Mr. H. Taylor.17 Of the 10 Convention delegates, six ara^ West Australian natives, three Englishmen, and one an Irishman. There vere, 30 can didates. _
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897
Shipping. ri \i±K PEN IK SI) LAR&OULENTAL 1. STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE P. & O. S. N. COM PANY, under contract with the Imperial, New South _' Wales, Victorian, and South Australian Governments, will despatch the following steamers for London, calling at Colombo, Aden, Brindisi, Malta, Gibraltar, and Plymouth: Steamers. Toni. Commands*. .Leaving wing George's Bound. Arcadia Parraina* ta Ballaarat Borne ... Himalaya Bri tañe ia Victoria 6603 4886 4890 6S4S 6888 «525 6537 A» C. Loggia C. F. Preston T. S. Angus A. B. Daniell A. W Adamson] J. Ii. Pa fitt WDGWorcea'erl March 27 April 10 21 Vay 8 2â June fi ia BATES OF PASSA*» Morar : To London-First Saloon JC60*o JE70. Second Saloon, .£35, ¿37, & £40. Return Tickets from JB65 to ¿115. Return Tickets between' any of the Eastern Colonies and New Zealand »re now available for 6 (six) months from date of embarkation. In the second saloon the arrangements have been thoroughly reorganised, and the accomo dation which...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897
g QJft'A ls G E O&GB HOÍEL ALBANY, W.A. Recognised as the Best Family Hotel. Has been entirely renovated and modernised for the convenience and comfort of visitors. 167m E. BEYNOLDS, Proprietor. '££ O Y ¿L L QEOäGfE HOT3BÍél ALBA K T, W. A. / ^ Tariff Low. Table par Excellence. . Baflsi© Billiards, Stabling, fcc j Liquors and Cigars' guaranteed of the bedk:^ Brands. . --."'"Xi E. BEYNOLD8, ¿% 167m (Recently from England) Proprieiçr 'v1
REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897
REPOSTS. Captain Wülíam J. Simpson, of tbe steamer Rockton, reports leaving Melbourne on the 6th March, Adelaide on the 9th, clearing the Semaphore at 6.30 p.m. the same day, and arriving at Albany at 9.30 a.m. on the 14th. Experienced moderate variable winds and fine weather to the 10th inBtant, thence io arrival strong 8. and S.W. winds and heavy head sea.