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HOW DID THE THIEF GET IN? [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 April 1897
HOW DID THE THIEF GET IN? You wake ap some morning and mies your watch, your purse, your best clothes 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. You rush round ana tell the police and also decide to keep a dog and a shot gun. You will let thieves know they musn't come fooling around your premises after this. A sensible procedare. Meanwhile your watch, your money, &c, a e gone. Quite so. Now suppose I should tell you that the thief who stole your property never entered your house at all ; that he was born in it ; had lived twent/ years in it ; never had been out of it till he went off with your things albeit not a soul of von had ever seen or hoard of him. What would you say to me ? You would call me an idiot and threaten to have me sent ba -k to the asylum. But don't be too sure. " Later on," says Mr. Healan, "rheumatism Btra...
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 April 1897
MINING NOTES. Everything is very flat on the Perth Stock Exchange. Very rich telluride ore is being raised from the Kalgurlie mine. The crashing of the Peak Hill North will go lOOOoz. for 250 tons. At a depth of 30ft, in the Reefer's Enreka mine, very rich gold has been strack. A third lode has been strack, in the west crosscut in the Melbou.ne United mine, Kal goorlie. A crashing of 30 tons from the Date of York mine will be pat through shortly at the Caledonian battery. The last parcel of ore sent to South Ans- . tralia from Brown Hill is reported to have yielded lOoz to the ton. A crushing of 290 tons from the Great Dyke and Orizaba Cement claim bas yielded 108oz. of smelted gold. The Great Boulder crushing for the fort night was as follows.-1,077 tons for 3,48 lozv Of th;s 240oz. were gold specimens sent to Landon. Exclusive of these specimens the average yield was a little over 3oz. to the ton. The yield was larger than that of any pre vious fortnight, the 30-head of battery ha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 April 1897
Shipping. THE PENINSULAR ¿ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMP ANT. THE P. & O. S. N. COM PANY, nuder contract with the Imperial, New South ' Wales, Victorian, and South Australian Governments, will despatch the following steamers for London, nailing at Colombo, Aden, Brindisi, Malta, Gibraltar, and Plymouth r Steamers. Tons. Commandât. .Leaving Klag George*! Sound. Parramatta Ballaarat Boree ... Himalaya Britannia Victoria 4886 4890 6545 6898 6525 6527 C. F. Preston T.S. Axtgua A. B. Daniell A. W Adamson! J. Ii. Pa fitt WDGWorces'er April 10 2* May 8 22 June 5 » 19 BATES OF PASSAI» MONET : To London-First Saloon £60 to JE70. Second Saloon, JB35, JE37, & £40. Keturn Tickets from £65 to £115. Return Tickets "between any of .tibe Eastern ! Colonies and New Zealand are now available for 6 (six) months from date of embarkation. In the second saloon the arrangements hare been thoroughly reorganised, and the aeoomo dation which the Company now offers is un en rp as Bed. Passage ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 April 1897
JJOYAI. GEORGE HOTEL ALBANY, W. A, Recognised as the Best Family Hotel. Has been entirely renovated and modernised for the convenience and comfort of Visitors. 157m E. REYNOLDS, Proprietor. i JJ OYAL GEORGE HOTEL ALBANY, W. A. ' Tariff Low. Table par Excellence. BsÜM " Billiards, Stabling, &c Liquors and Cigars gaaranteed of the best. ? Brands. \ E. REYNOLDS, y 161 a. (Becently from England) Proprietor
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 April 1897
"SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -. ARRIVALS. WEDNESDAY, MASCH 31. BULIMBA, S.S., from the Eastern Colonies. Passengers for here : Mesdames Johnson and 4 children, Roberts and infant, Brewer, Douglas and child, Misses Brewer, Johnson, Messrs Brewer and Johnson. THTJBSDAY, APRIL 1. GEBA, G.M.S., from Colombo. Passengers for here : Mesdames Simonds and McAl lister ; Miss Simonds ; Messrs Smith, McAllister, Nicholas, North and 21 foreigners. AUSTBALIEN, F.M.S., from Eastern Colo nies. Passengers for here : Mesdames Beaudeau, Milson, Hamden, Fetherston haugh and Faahan ; Messrs. Izairi, Mas se ran, Bernard, Grainger, Sauniers, Field, James, Goude, Clarke, Snook, Gough, Baker, Hislop, Brilliant (2), London, Rhys, Beaudeau, Milson, Hamden and Fetherstonhaugh. FBIDAY, A PHIL 2. ROME, R.M.6., from Colombo. Passengers for here : Mrs Williams 3 children and nurse, Miss Carson. Messrs Williams Muhl, Rawlins, Tooth, Ruck, Cornish, GABO, S.S., from Fremantle.. Passenger for here : Mr. Behr.
TERRIBLE ACCIDENT AT MT. CHARLOTTE MINE. THREE MEN SUFFOCATED TO DEATH. THREE OTHERS DYING. Coolgardie, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 April 1897
TERRIBLE ACCIDENT AT MT. CHARLOTTE MINE. THREE MEN SUFFOCATED TO DEATH. THREE OTHERS DYING. Coolgardie, Friday. A terrible mining accident happened yes terday at the 300ft. level of the Mt. Char lotte mine. A lighted «andie fell among a quantity of dynamite which ignited. Eight ! men were on the flat at the time and bsfore : they could reach the surface they were partially asphyxiated. The victims were at once pat to bed and subjected to treatment. Three have since died and the others are in a precarious condition. A late telegram from Kalgoorlie states that three of the men cannot recover. It seems that a slight explosion occurred when the candle fell on the dynamite causing a panic and the men rushed for the ladders. Had they gone back into the drive there would have bsen no danger as the fumes went np the shaft.
SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 April 1897
SHIPPING ITEMS. | - The steamer Thermopylae is doe here from the Eastern Colonies on Tnesday next. The steamer Bullarra is dne to-day from Fremantle with 60 tons of cargo for this port. The steamer Celtic King after taking on tro^rd 500 loads of timber left for Brisbane yesterday. The steamer Lubra is expected to-day from Fremantle. She has tien engaged for laying the Breaksea cable. The steamer Cloncurry is expected to arrive here to-day from the Eastern Colonies with 45 tons of cargo. The steamer Koonoowarra is expected to day from the Eastern Colonies with iOO tons of cargo and 17 horses. The F.M.S. Australien arrive 1 from the Eastern Colonies at 9 a m. on Thursday and sailed for Colombo at noon. The steamer Shaftesbury with 15 tons of cargo for this port, from the Eastern Colo nies, is due here on Monday. The steamer Nemesis arrived at 5 p.m. on Thursday from ¿he Eastern Colonies and left for Fremantle at noon. She discharged a 9 ton boiler st the Deepwater Jetty. The G.M.S, Ge...
DEPARTURES. THURSDAY, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 April 1897
DE PABTUBBS. I THURSDAY, APRIL 1. AUSTRALIEN, F.M.S., for Colombo. Passen gers from here : Mrs and Miss Gaile ; Messrs. Wilson, Milne. Haymann, Nathan, Wahlgram and Stubbs. GERA, G. M.S., for Eastern Colonies. Pas» seagers from here : Misses M'Mabon and Jaggs : Messrs. Wylde (2), LiBhtenstadt, Hicks, Anderson, Horan, Levin, Demamiel and Scoles. GABO, BS., for the Eastern Colonies. Pas sengers from here : Mrs and Miss Hoult, Messrs Hoult (2), Butterworth, Caladim, and Lane. FRIDAY, APRIL 2. BOMB, B.M.S., for Eastern Colonies. Pas sengers from here : Mesdames Hassell, M'Dermott, Speed, Sestier, Hirschesn and child and Witten ; Misses Hassell, Sutton, Kenward and Wilson; Messrs Waxman, Beard, Boberts, Beynolds, Blackwell, Jackson, Atkinson (2), Lampshire, Smith, Edward, Stephens, M'Whinney, Phillips, Langley, Wood, Evans, Sestier, Lee, Bick ford, Eaton, Tiernan, Moore, Balph, Knowles, Hawes (3), Mitchell, Medlin, Young, Taylor, Perkins, Hirschesen, Dodd, Gleeson, Coles, M'Donald, Pritc...
FOREIGN CABLES. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT] CRETE. THE FLEETS BOMBARDING THE INSURGENTS. GREECE TO BE BLOCKADED. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 April 1897
fOßEIGN CABLES. -.-: [[FROM OUB. CORRESPONDENT] CRETE» THE FLEETS BOMBARDING THE INSURGENTS. GREECE TO BE BLOCKADED. I London, Wednesday. The bombardment of Fort lzzedin bj the fleets of the Powers has bee» re newed. London, Thursday. H.M.S. Camperdown, assisted by the Russian and Austrian warships, has shelled the positions of the Christians at Soda, thus enabling the Turks to rr- i occupy them. Colonel Vassos accuses the admirals of partiality. There are persistent reports at Berlin that the blockade of the Greek ports is imminent. Reports from Vienna state that the opposition of Great Britain and France having been overcome all the Powers are now agreed with regard to the proposal to blockade Greece. Turkish divisions hold Katarina, Litochri and Kanyi. In the event of war Larris sa will be the first point of attack. The Austrians have occupied Fort lzzedin.
H.M.S. FLORA. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 April 1897
H.M.S. FLORA. J _ Sydoey, Friday. fl. M.B. Flora sails os Sunday with time expired officers and men of (be Ringarooma and Karrakatta. THE TRUTH LIBEL CASE. The jury were unable to agree in the cape of John Norton, proprietor of Truth, charged with criminal libel and were discharged. Defendant was I mnd over in £30 to appear when called upon. Norton said if he were again tried he should plead justification. BE VENUE BETUBNS. Tie revenue for the last nine months shows a decrease of £109,000, but an in crease for the last quarter of £118,600.
INTERCOLONIAL. NEW SOUTH WALES. MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 April 1897
j INTERCOLONIAL. I NEW SOUTH WALES, MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE. I Sydney. Thursday. I A commercial traveller, named William Cameron, is reported as having mysteriously disappeared from the steamer Naomi on her voyage from Sydney to Newcastle. CRIMINAL ASSAULT. At the West Maitland Circuit Court a farmer, named Charles Hines, aged 52, was found guilty of having committed a criminal assault on bis step-daughter, and was sen tenced to death. CASSILIS MURDER. THE TWO SONS ACQUITTED. A verdict of not guilty was yesterday re turned in the case of the two boys who were charged with the murder at Cassilis of their father, a man named Phillips.
FOREIGN CABLES. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] The Colonial Institute Banquet. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 April 1897
FOßEIGN CABLES. £FBOM OUB OWN COBEBSPOHBENT.] Tlie Colonial Institute Banquet. London, Thursday. At the annual banquet of the Colo nial Institute there were present the Duke of Cambridge, the Marquis of Lorne, Earl Jersey, Lord Onslow, Lord Ranfurley, Lord Kintore, Lord Loch, Sir Alfr 1 Milner, Sir William Robin son, Mr. T. A. Brassey and the Agents General. Lord Charles Beresford responding for the Navy advocated the creation of a colonial reserve trained with modern ships and guns. Mr. Chamberlain, who was in the chair, said the sentiment of kinship was spreading, the promotion of a firmer union was in progress and Imperial Federation would eventually result. Possibly some day the sister nations would surpass Britain, but meanwhile it was their duty to keep alive Imperial patriotism. His only ambition was to promote a close runion of the various parts of the empire. The newspapers are unanimous in their approval of Mr. Chamberlain's speech.