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Uganda. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

Uganda. Xondon, Friday, j I The opening of a waggon road be tween Victoria Nyanza and the coast has had the reso.lt of producing great prosperity in Uganda.

Publication Title: Albany Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

SHIPPING ITEMô, The steamer Hubbuck is doe to-day fi om Adelaide with 60 tons of cargo. The steamer Nineveh is expected to arrive from the Eastern Colonies to-day. The steamer Bellarra leaves Adelaide to morrow and is due here on Sunday next. T-be steamer Cromarty, from Sydney, arrived yesterday morning. She anchored in the harbor, and took in coal from Mcilwraith, McEacbran & Co.'s hulks. The steamer Rockton took up her berth at the Town Jetty at 9 30 a.m. on Sunday. After dischharging 26 tons of cargo she left for Fremantle yesterday morning. The steamer Marloo arrived early yester day morning from the Eastern Colonies and discharged 104 tons of cargo at the Town Jetty. She left for Fremantle about midday. The steamer Wollowra arrived at 8 a.tn. on Monday morning from Fremantle and left again at 1 p.m. after discharging 40 tous of cargo and taking on the mails for the Eastern Colonies.

Publication Title: Albany Advertiser
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Australian Singers. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

Australian, Singers. London, Friday, j Madame Melba and Miss Saville bave been engaged for the London opera.

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THE QUEEN'S REIGN. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

THE QUEEN'S REIGN. Sydney, Monday. Premier Beid goes to England in May. Â short session of Parliament will be held in April, when the estimates will be passed, ?

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

THE MAILS. Mails for Europe India, China, &c., per B.M.S. Ormuz will close at the Post Office on Saturday afternoon.

Publication Title: Albany Advertiser
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The Arbitration Treaty. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

Tlie Arbitration Treaty. London, Friday. President McKinley has stated to Sir Julian Pauncefote . that he hopes his reference to the Arbitration Treaty will prove effective.

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The Penny Post. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

The Penny Post. London, Friday. I loe members or tue Associated Uham bers of Commerce have passed resolations approving of a penny post between the mother country and the colonies. _

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South Africa. SPEECH BY PREIDENT KRUGER. A UNITED SOUTH AFRICA. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

South Africa. SPEECH BY PREIDENT KRUGER. A UNITED SOUTH AFRICA. London, Friday. The Gape Times says that- the Trans vaal is determined to make efforts to make.the republican element in the Cape Parliament predominant. The Boers ! are endeavoring to induce the burghers of Sooth Africa to help them if they are attacked by a European power. President Kroger, speaking at a ban quet given to him in the Orange Free State, said he did not intend to work against the rights of the Queen of Great Britain. He was aware, he said, that he most abide by the Convention with Great Britain. It wonld be necessary to approach the proposal for union be tween the Orange Free State and the Transvaal with the utmost caution. He hoped to see the union of the whole of Sooth Africa. ¡

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The Glenbrook Tragedies. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

The Glenbrook Tragedies. London, Friday. Butler has appealed on the ground that a British ship is equivalent to British ter ritory, and that, therefore, his arrest was illegal. The Circuit Conrt has refnsed to allow an appeal to the Supreme Court.

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TASMANIA. BOATING FATALITY. Hobart, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

TASMANIA. BOATING FATALITY". Hobart, Monday. A sad boating accident has occurred by which three men were drowned in the Der went through the boat capsizing. The drowned men were'named John Hall, James Hooper, and Henry Belbin. A fourth man, named Drum, was rescued. Hall leaves five children, Hooper one, and Belbin five. None of the bodies has been recovered.

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THE MINISTER OF LANDS RESIGNS MR. THROSSELL APPOINTED. Perth, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

THE MINISTER OF LANDS RESIGNS -«i- - MB. THROSSELL APPOINTED. Perth, Mondar. After 'the Federal Election it was "an nonncedithst Mr. Richardson had resigned as Minister of LandB and that Mr. ThroEBell had been appointed to the vacant portfolio. Mr. Throssell then resigned his seat to re offer himself to bis constituents. A vacancy having arisen for Northam owing to Mr. Throssell'e acceptance of the omce of Minister for Lands, the writ was issued on Saturday and the nomination day is fixed for the 27th, and the election if any for the 31st March.

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FOREIGN CABLES. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT] The Wool Market. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

ÎOËEIGF CABLES. -* [_FROM OUK CORRESPONDENT]} Tile Wool Market. j London, Friday. The Americans have bought ail the best sorts at top prices.

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SPORTING NEWS. CANNING PARK MARCH MEETING. Perth, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

SPORTING NEWS. -m CANNING PABK MASCH MEETING. Perth, Monday. At the Canning Park Races on Satarday there was perfect weather and about 1,000 spectators were present. This was the first time that a steeplechase over brush fences has been tried in Australia. It is not re garded as a great success. The jumps were constructed cf one rail about 2ft. high and the balance made up of brush. When the horses found oat the height of the j a mps they hardly. rose to them, bat dashed through. Results : HUBDLB BAC E. Faultless. 1 My Day. 2 Trio . 3 FLYING HANDICAP. Dora . 1 Maggie . 2 Ella . 3 MADDIKGTON STAKES. Aggie. 1 Irene . 2 Frailty . 3 STEEPLECHASE. Granite ... . 1 Guardsman . 2 Lord Cecil . 3 There were nine starters. Time, 4 min. 25sec. AUCTION STAKES. Holly . 1 Germaine.2 Lady West .3 WELTES HANDICAP. Busty .1 Dora .2 Kila .3 In the trotting, match Sarsfield defeated Midnight by over a quarter of a mile in a three mile run. Sarsfield was driven in a tilbury with pneumatic tires. At the ...

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WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS. Stands pre-eminent. Paltry dealers for selfish reasons try to argue in favor of imitations. Give 6ueh people a wide berth, for their de ceit does not stop even at Wolfe's Schnapps,

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EAST COAST MAIL SERVICE. DISCUSSION IN THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

EAST COAST MAIL SERVICE. DISCUSSION IN THB LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Mr. STOKE moved the adjournment of toe noose to draw attention to a rather serions matter. They had seen several reports of accidents to the s.s. Macgregor, and now there j was the report of a serious accident, which j he gathered was due to the culpable neglig ence of the owners of the vessel in not supplying proper rockets.. The next thing j that they heard was the vessel was leaking i badly. He would like to hear from the Minister of Mines, who controlled the mails, { if it was the intention of the Government to still retain this steamer carry the mails to Esperance Bay. He bad been told that the steamer was totally unfit for the work. The motion was supported by Mr. S. J. HAYNES. He characterised the steamer as unseaworthy, and described his own experi ence of a trip on board tbe vessel as very unsatisfactory. The MINISTER OF MINES said that he was glad that the motion had been brought for ward, as it would give bim...

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POLICE COURT. ALBANY: MONDAY, MARCH 15. [Before Mr. R. C. Loftie, R.M.] STOWAWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

POLICE COURT. ALBANY ; MONDAY, MABCH 15. I Before Mr. B. C. Lof tie, B.M.] STOWAWAYS. Peter Edwards, Charles Kennedy, Charles Parker, Williaiti, Matthews. Frank McCar thy, Charles Patton, Chas, jbacidson, Daniel Little, James Thompson and Jticliard Little were prosecuted by air. Clare, agent for the A.8.8. Co., for stowing away on the steamer Wollowra on her voyage from Fremantle to Albany. Daniel and Bichard Little said they bad been to see friends off and stayed on the boat too long. They had money in Fremantle with which to pay their passage if they had wanted to leave by the steamer. Three of the prisoners were mere boys only 17 years of age. They were discharged as also was Daniel Little. The remaining Biz were fined 25s, in default 14 days' im prisonment. Bichard Little paid the fine and the others went to gaol.

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DEPARTURES. SATURDAY, MARCH 13. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

DEPARTURES. SATURDAY, MABCH 13. FLINDERS, s.e. for Esperance. Passengers from here : Messrs McKenzie, Coleman, Baker, Fahey, Flannigan, Batt, Angus and Bishop Biley. SUNDAY, MABCH 14. MASSILIA, B.M.S., for London. Passengers from here : Messrs McKenzie, Barton, Dolt and 3 Afghans. MONDAY, MABCH 15. WOLLOWBA, s.s., for Eastern Colonies. Pas sengers from here : Mesdames Horan and 3 children, Herrod, Bottrell, Barnett, Gordon and 2 children, Miss Black, Messrs Cross, Stilton, Ford, Wilson, Reid, McMinn (2), Body, Newby, Lyster, Bottrell, Pascoe, . Everett, Gordon, Biches, Edwards, Soady . (2}, Easton, Purdie, Peterson and Searson.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. SATURDAY, MARCH 13. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -. ABBIVAL8. SATTJBDAY, MASCH 13. MABSILIA, B.M.8., from the Eastern Colo nies. Passengers for here : Mesdames Quick and 2 children. Day, Thompson, Phillips, Fletcher and 3 children, Fisher, M'Kenzie and 2 children, Foulkes, Shaw and infant, Kirley, Dorrington, Davies, Batby, Jackman and child, Dynon, Stewart, Bright, Chapman, Martin, Gillett, Papet, Costar, Beovalt, Kidston, Le Grand, Bichards, Cornish and son, Oats ; Misses Pierce, Day, Fisher, Jeffreys C2)> Faris, Tyrrell, Dorrington, Grey, Ball, O'Malley, Gillett {2}, and Sutherland ; Messrs Shark, Hale, Edwards, Day (2), Wilson, Jeiger, Linley, Atkinson, Sault, Chesher, Boyd, Westbrook, Jessup, Foulkes, Moore, McKirley, Smith, Morris, Jacobs, Thomp son, Gregg, Gickie, Wallace. Feaster, Kirkland, Coles, Dynon, Bussell, Bird, Davies, Andrews, Twigg, Galland, Knowles, Meuchin, Allnutt, Brewer, Vincent, Opie, Cox, Gillett, Coombe, Costar, Beovalt, Kidston, Gemby, Collins, Thomas, Bryant, Hanson, Le ¡Grand,...

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THE STEAMER WESTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

THE STEAMEB WESTRALIA, At the invitation of Captain Bail, a large party visited the Westralia on Saturday afternoon. Among those present were-The Bishop of Perth {Dr. Biley), Be v. Mr. Jeffreys, Hon. J. A. Wright, the Mayor (Mr. John Moir), the Government Resident (Ur. Loftie), Captain Cnrme, B.A., Captain Nicolson, the Harbour Master (Captain Butcher), the Traffic Manager (Mr. Davies), Captain Jones, Captain Irving, Dr. Evered, Messrs. Knight (Lloyds Agent), C. Baesjon, (P. and O. Co.), Day (Orient Co.}, Richard son (W.A. Bank), Manley (Union Back), Strachan (National Bank), Troode (Cus toms). Blom (Dalgety and Co.), Knight (Knight and Son), Clare (A.S.S. Co.), Nairn (Wills and Co.), - C. Cox, Euther ford, Cairns, Johnson, W. H. Graham, J.P, F. Bird, J.P., and Heithersay. Mr. Loftie proposed the health of Messrs. Huddart, Parker and Co. The Westralia, he said, was one of the nicest ships that bad ever come into Albany Hsrbor. The people of Alitany were used lo seeing fine ships, an...

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ACCIDENT ON THE JETTY. MR. NAIRN INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 16 March 1897

ACCIDENT ON THE JETTY. MB. NAIBN INJURED. An accident of a somewhat serious nature happened as the Wollowra was leaving the Town Jett j yesterday. The Wollowra was lying at the jetty with her bow towards the town. In order to go t3 sea it was neces sary for her to slew round. For this purpose a rope was fastened from her stern on to the third pile on the opposite side of the jetty and round the first two piles. Then she began to move astern and immediately there was a great strain on the rope. The rope then slipped over the first pile and struck Mr. Nairn, of Wills & Co., who was waving gcod-bye to two friends, on the back with great force knocking him down. His face came in contact with the railway line and several of his teeth were loosened When picked up he was unconscious. Mr. T. Webb on seeing Mr. Nairn prostrate rushed over to his assistance, but the rope slipped over the pile and knocked him down. He, however, received no inj ? ries beyond a shaking. The captain of th...

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