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SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
Mr. O'Beirne says he is disgusted with the form shown by Loch Isle on Saturday, and that be will probably scratch him for all his Australian engagements. W.A.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. Perth, Monday. The W.A.T.C. Autumn Meeting took place on Saturday in wretched weather and soak ing rain. The Governor was amongst the visitors, who only numbered 700. The results are as follows : HURDLE BACE-Two miles. Faultless.I Trio .2 My Day.3 AUTUMN CUP-One mile. Paul Pry. I Mainsheet. . 2 Three Leaves .... 3 Paul Pry woo in a canter by six lengths. Time, lmin. 50sec. TWO-TEA B-OLD HANDICAP. Envoy . ... 1 Lady Sylvia .2 Perfection.3 METROPOLITAN HANDICAP. Laura . ... 1 Stiletto .2 Scarpia .3 Won by a length." SELLING BACK. War Dance .1 Dora .2 Maggie .3 OSBORNE HANDICAP. Scarpia . ... 1 Thunder. 2 Clare .3 EIGHT-OABED CHAMPIONSHIP. Melbourne, Monday. The eight-oared championship of Victoria was rowed on the Yarra on Saturday. The result was as follows :-« Mercantile Club, 1 ; Banks crew, 2 ; Yarra Yarr...
THE THUNDERSTORM. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
TtiE THUNDERSTORM. The thunderstorm of Saturday night caused I some damage to the streets and drains. There has been such a long stretch of dry weather 1 that the waters carried before them immense quantities of sand and detritus, thus choking the drains at many points, There was at several of the places where the drains choked, considerable surface disturbance. There would have been more damage done but for the activity of the workmen of the Town Council, who were out all Saturday night and part of Sunday clearing the drains and| in other ways preventing trouble. Heavy rain fell in Perth on Saturday and throughout the night. Over an inch and a half fell. . "
POLICE COURT. ALBANY: SATURDAY, MARCH 25. [Before Mr. B. C. Loftie, B.M.] DISOBDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
POLICE COURT. ALBANY: SATURDAY, MASCH25. I Before Mr. B. C. Lottie, B.M.] DISOBDEBLY. Jame» Corlesse waa charged with dis orderly conduct in Stirling-terrace on Friday evening. Constable Crowe said prisoner had been using bad langnage, and was the worse of liquor. A fine of 108 was inflicted, in default, 7 days. ADJOUBNED CASES. Thoma* Page was proceeded against by Mr. 'Vaughan, secretary of the Albany School Board, for not sending his boy to school, j The case had been brought forward previously, j and had been adjourned, as Mr. Lof tie wished j to make enquiries. Mr. Lof tie said that he found that it was j necessary to keep the boy at home to look after bis mother, and he would fine Page the nominal Bum of ls, and 3s ?d costs. Mr8. Liver say was summoned for not sending her daughter to schcol. Defendant said that her daughter was taught at home every evening, as she had a situation, and was earning 7s a week. Mr. Loftie said she would be let off on paying the costs, 3sJ>d. MON...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
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Shipping. London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
Shipping. London, Saturday. I Arrivals - Romanoff Sonneberg, Zealandia, Persian Empire, Taranaki, Loeb. Tay, Ganmor, Damascos, Aus tralia, Weathersfîeld. Departa rea-For Fremantle, Prinses Marie, Penguin, Alunga ; for Sydney, Glenfinlas.
The Transvaal. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
The Transvaal. London, Friday, j President Kroger has suspended the Sand Star as -being dangerous to law and order. "s London, Sunday. Speaking at a banquet Mr. Chamber lain «aid he hoped the Transvaal would realise that it jras its duty to fulfil the conditions of the convention and that the people would in time extend the hand of fellowship to foreigners. The country, he said, supported the Govern ment in their determination to maintain the integrity of the convention and the position of Britain as the paramount power in South Africa. The aspiration for the federation of the states ander Dutch influence was incompatible with the highest British interests.
Meeting of Lord Salisbury and M. Honotaux. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
Meeting of Lord Salisbury and JUT. Honotaux. London, Friday. I Lord balisbary and M. Honotaux are to have an interview in Paris. London, Saturday. Lord Salisbury has had an interview of an hour with M. Honotaux and has proceeded to Nice. London. Sunday. La Temps says the resumption of direct relations between Britain and France is gratifying. The Times expresses the hope that the meeting of Lord Salisbury and M. Honotaux will result in hastening the ? withdrawal of the Turkish troops from Grete.