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HOW DID THE THIEF GET IN? [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
HOW DID THE THIEF GET IN? Toa wake up some morning and miss your watch, your parse, your best doilies and other valuables. Yet neither you nor any other member of your family heard a sound during the night. Neither is there a sign of how the thief got into the house nor by what road he decamped. Toa rush round and tell the police and also deoide to keep a dog and a shot gun. You W'll let thieves know they musn't come fooling around your premises after this. A sensible procedure. Meanwhile your watch, your money, &o., a e gone. Quite so. Now suppose I should tell you that the thief who stole y JUT property never en' ered your house at all ; that he was born in it ; had fired twenty years in it ; never had teen out of it till he went off with your* things albeit not a soul of you had ever seen or h>tard of him. What would you say to me F Ton would call me an idiot and threaten to have me sent back to the asylum. Bat don't be too sure. " Later on," Bays Mr. Healan, "rheumati...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENGE. ARRIVALS. SATURDAY, MARCE 27. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
SHIPPING INTELLIGENGE. -» ARRIVALS. SATURDAY, MABCE 27. I ADELAIDE, e.8, from Fremantle. Passen gers for here : Captain Bassall and Mr. Ramage. GABO, S,S., from Eastern Colonies. Passen gers for here : Mrs McGregor ; Misses Birt, Golding and four children ; Mr McGregor. ARCADIA, B.M.S., from Eastern Colonies. Passengers for here : Mesdames Barclay (three children and norse), Davis, Weller and child, Hoffman, Johnson and three children, Petterson, Wholley, Kennedy, Basion and two infants, Gillhane, Pownall, Simmons (child and maid), McLennan, Gee, Gaze; MisseB Hore, Doyle, Jones, O'Shanghnessey, Scott, Hartnnpp ; Messrs Holman, Carruthers. Horrocks, Grogan, Cliff, Shearar, Kempster, Rowlands, Hoff man,. Varley (2), Elburn, Waxman, Morris, McCrae (2), Verdon, Taylor, Blackman, Clayton, Kennedy, Phipps, Kemp. James (2), Malqneeny. Pryor, Bonn, Bummall, Gibson, Pellew, Kaines, Pearce, Bussell, Hutchinson, Wilson, Tucker, Mccallum, Holmes, Hill, Harvey, Haslam, Stockfield, Willington, Go...
THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. Mr. George Throssell, M.L.A. has been re elected unopposed for Northam. Mr. E. H. Wittenoom had a splendid re ception at Geraldton on Saturday. He de livered a lengthly address and was well re ceived. He defended the labor conditions. Very often, he said, when it was found that a lease could not be worked for various reasons, such as want of money and extravagant management, &c, people at home were in formed that it was owing to the labor condi tions. Formerly the excuse used to be rail way carriage and want of water.
ABSCONDING DEBTORS' ACT. MR. ZEBINA LANE ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
ABSCONDING DEBTORS' ACT. MR. ZEBÍNA LANE ABBE6TED. In the Supreme Court, Perth, on Wednes day, before Mr. Justice Hensman, a motion by Mr. Zebina Lane to restrain the Asso ciated Gold Mines of Western Australia, Limited, from issuing a writ nuder the Absconding Debtors' Act against him was dealt with. Mr. Lane brought forward this motion, as it Was his intention to leave for England in the Arcadia on the following Saturday. Mr. Paridas, wbo represented the com pany, said that his clients had no intention of arresting Mr. Lane. After hearing evidence, His Honor made an order that no warrant should issue against Mr. Lane. The Albany police received no official in formation in tbe matter from headquarters, although a warrant had been issued. Mc. Lane arrived by Saturday morning's train from Perth, and was arrested at the Post Office by Constable Cook. He was taken to the Police Station, where he produced the document signed by Justice Hensman allow ing him to leave the colony. Sergeant...
SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
SHIPPING irEMá, The steamer Cloncurry is due from the Eastern Colonies on Friday. The F.M.8. Australien is expected on Thursday from the Eastern Colonies. The steamer Bulimba is due here to-morrow from the Eastern Colonies with 78 tons of cargo. The steamer Bob Boy is expected on Satur day from Esperance and will probably remain here until Monday. The steamer Wollowra is expected to-day with 95 tons of carg > and live stock for this port from the Eastern Colonies. The steamer Adelaide arrived at 10.80 p.m. on Saturday from Fremantle and after taking mails on" board, left for Melbourne direct at 4.30 a m. on Sunday. The steamer Innamincka arrived from Fremantle at 1.30 a.m. yeterday and dis charged 10 tons of cargo, She left again at 2.30 a.m. with mails for the Eastern Colonies. The steamer Celtic King from Fremantle arrived at the Deepwater Jetty at 2.30 p.m. on Saturday. She is taking on board 500 loads of timber. She will leave to-morrow for Diisbane for a cargo of frczen meat...
DEPARTURES. SATURDAY, MARCH 27. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
DEPARTURES, I BATU BOAT, MABCH.27. GABO, 8.8., for ti remantle. Passengers from here : Messrs Rounsvell and Pontifex. ARCADIA, B.M.S., for Colombo. Passengers from here : Mrs Dent, Messrs Faller, Dent, Crook, Dent (2), Engledne, Lane, Garland and Coppio ve. SUNDAY, MARCH 28. ADELAIDE, S.S., for Melbourne. Passengers from here : Mrs Grace ; Miss Grace ; Messrs Grace C 2), Gallagher, Reilly, Cum mins, Meyers, Condon, Perrett. MONDAY, MARCH 29. INNAMINCKA, ss, for Eastern Colonies. Passengers from here : Mrs Rose ; Messrs Marriott, Nathan, Campbell, Dunkirk and Rose.
INTERCOLONIAL. QUEENSLAND. QUEENSLAND SEPARATION. Brisbane, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
INTERCOLONIAL. QUEENSLAND! QUEENSLAND SEPARATION. Brisbane. Satnrdav. At Bockhampton a meeting of the execu tive committee of the Central Separation League has decided to Bend a memorial to the Federation Convention, setting forth the claims of Central Queensland, and containing a protest against the claise which prevents the Federal Parliament from creating and admitting new states without the .consent of the local Parliament. It was also decided to send a memorial to the Queen through the Governor, congratulating ber, and expressing the hope that tbe prayer of the petition of the women of Central Queensland for the erection of a portion of Queensland into a separate self-governing State would be speedily granted. BIFLE TEAM FOB BIS LEY. Brisbane, Monday. The Government has voted £1,000 for sending a rifle team to Bisley.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
Late Advertisements. LOST between Mechanic's Institute and Aberdeen-street, gold link figure 88. Reward on returning same to H. L. Marchant co. A. Y. Hassell & Co._ 376L rp H Ä Ñ 1Ï s. Captain Wächter of the German 6hip Ph ladelphia wishrs to return his SINCERE THANK-StoaU his Friends in Albany for their| kindness and sympathy towards him in bis late bereavement) 877li
NEW SOUTH WALES. SEEKING REVENGE. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
NEW SOUTH WALES. SEEKING REVENGE. Sydney, Mondar. Quite a sensation haB been caused "af"New castle by a recently-released criminal, a schoolmaster, who in 1891 was sentenced ;to a long term of imprisonment on a charge bf having assaulted one of his pupils, a ghi 15 years of age. He declared his innocence, and in prison often threatened to have revenge on the prosecutrix. *He was 'so violent at times that the authorities placed him in the asylum, fearing that he would murder the prosecutrix, who since his arrest has been married. The prisoner was dis charged at Brisbane, and he then waljrçd back to Hamilton, New South Wales, and, making enquiries, discovered that the woman he was seeking was in Newcastle. The police heard of this, and telegraphed to the latter place, and when the man arrived at the woman's residence he was arrested by a constable. He declared at the police station that he meant killing the proeecutrix, no matter how long he served in prison, and then destroying himse...
THE FEDERAL CONVENTION. A WESTERN RAILWAY. THE COVENTION'S PROGRAMME. Adelaide, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
THE FEDERAL CONVENTION. A WESTE BN RAILWAY. THE COVENTION'S PROGRAMME. Adelaide, Saturday. In response to the application of Dr. John Quick, a return will be prepared showing the nature of the country lying between Lake Torrens and' the nearest railway route te Western Australia, and its suitableness for settlement or otherwise ; the length of the line that would have to be constructed to connect the South Australian railway system with that of Western Australia, and the pro ba ole cost per mile, lt is probable that three select committee's will be appointed for the consideration of the constitutional machinery and the distribution of functions and powers ; for the consideration of the provisions rela ting to finance, taxation, railways, and trade, and for the regulation and consideration of the provisions relating to the establisbmenttof a federal judiciary respectively. The first committee would prepare and submit to the Convention a bill for the establishment of a constitution. W...
The Raid Inquiry. London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
The Raid Inquiry. I London, Satnrday. j Dr. Jameson bas been briefly examined before the Raid Commission. Dr. Jameson in his evidence said that he received directions to move to the Rand, bat that he acted on his own judgment and never doabted that he would be successful. He personally ordered the Maxims and ammunition. He frequently talked with Lord Rose mead but he never imfonned him of the object of the preparations. He knew that if-he bad succeeded he would have been forgiven. The Sonth African League has cabled to Mr. Chamberlain insisting that the convention between the Transvaal and the Imperial government should be maintained._r_
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
MINING NOTES. The Perth sharemarket is still stagnant and last week it was nnprecedently quiet. " Doffing " companies are being gradually weeded out. Two companies the Queensland Development, Coolgardie, and the Hodgkis son, Kanowna, are in course of winding up. Only one mining company was registered last week. This was a Norseman venture. Fortune of War, Cue, has cleaned up for 179oz. of smelted gold from 33tons. A blackfellow, at Cue, bas picked up a magnificient specimen of quartz rubble con taining lOoz. of gold. He sold it for £3. Ivanhoe has struck the lode at 300ft. It has been decided to send to London 250oz. of specimens recently f onnd in the Great Boulder. The Hela crushing resulted in 15 d wt s to the ton, Reports from Menzies state that good allu vial finds have been made in gollies where rain has fallen. Lady Sherry Bhares have had a big turnover at 2s. 2d. F. A. H Weston's African Medical Wouder cures Chronic Constipation, Kidney, liver, Blood and Skin Diseases, and i...
ESPERANCE NEWS. Esperance, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
ESPERANCE NEWS. Esperance, Monday. Mr, Artbar Austin, of Norseman, bas pub lished his manifesto as a candidate for Dun das. He discloses a general policy but does not say whether he will be a Government or Opposition supporter. Messrs. Connolly, Burton and White, all of Esperance, are likely candidates all having expressed their willingness to contest the seat. A public meeting will be held on Friday for the pur pose of getting up a requisition fur one local candidate. It is understood that the decision of that meeting will decide which is to come oat against Austin. Hales, the candidate for Coolgardie is supporting the Government since the publication of the Premier's Bun bury speech and local feeling is rapidly changing in favor of supporting the Govern ment programme.
FOREIGN CABLES. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] CRETE. THE MASSACRE AT TOKAT. RUSSIA PREPARING FOR WAR. HEAVY FIGHTING. THE FLEETS TAKE PART. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
FOREIGN CÂBLES. -? J~FBOM OTJK OWN CORRESPONDENT.]] CRETE. THE MASSACRE AT TOKAT. RUSSIA PREPARING FOR WAR. HEAVY FIGHTING. THE FLEETS TAKE PART. London, Friday. The Saltan has promised prompt punish ment oí the leaders in the massacre at Tokat. A special court of inquiry is to be held. The Ambassadors at Constan tinople have intimated that any neglect in dealing with this matter will bring about a serious result. The Czar has given a donation of 6.000 roubles for the relief of tue Cretan refugees and the Pope has given 10,000 francs. The Turks have again tried to revictual Malaxa, but the insurgents prevented them from doing so and pursued the convoy to Suda. The Turkish gunboats shelled the insurgents and compelled them to retreat. An Austrian ironclad has stopped a Greek steamer and sailing vessel which were running the blockade. The insurgents have surrounded the Moslems at Sitia and are trying to starve the garrison. The Greek Court newspaper states that the Powers have stopped...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 30 March 1897
Shipping. mHE PENINSULAR &0K1ENTAL JL STEAM NAVIGATION COMP ANT. THE P. & O. S. N. COM PANY, nuder contract with the Imperial, New Sooth _' Wales, Victorian, and South Australian Governments, will deapatoh the following steamers for London, calling at Colombo, Aden, Brindisi, Malta, Gibraltar, and Plymouth : Steamers. Arcadia .. Par ram a'ta ... Ballaarat Bone. Himalaya Britannia Victoria Oommander. .Learing King George's Bound. «60S 4886 4890 6545 6898 6525 6537 A. O. Loggia C. P. Preston T. S. Angus A. B. Daniell A. W Adamson] J.L.Pa-ntt WDG Worcea'erl March 87 April Kay 22 June « 19 ÜATES of PASSAI» MONEY -, To London-First Saloon £G0 to £70. Second Saloon, £35, £37, ft £40. Return Tioketa from £65 to £115. Return Tickets between any of the Eastern Colonies and New Zealand are now available for 6 (six) months from date of -embarkation. In the second saloon the arrangements haré been thoroughly reorganised, and the accomo dation which the Company now offers ia un s...