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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7 DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 8 April 1897
WEDNESDAY, APÜLU 7 DISORDERLY. Charles Ashwood was crnvged with being disorderly in York-street on April 6. Constable Crowe said he first saw prisoner in Stirling-terrace about 6 o'clock in the evening an! advised him to go home as he was the worse for liquor, fie afterwards found him lying face downwards in York Btreet. When searched at the police station a revolver and 50 cartridges were found in bis possession! Constable O'Brien said that prisoner :aroe to him and said that several men in the Free masons' Hotel wanted to kill him. He asked witness if anything would b ; done to him if he shot the men. Witness bad been pre viously informed that prisoner. h»»d been flashing a revolver about and arrested him for the public safety. When the revolver was found in his possession, prisoner said he intended shooting kangaroos with it. The prisoner saH he'.bought the revolver for a friend on a station in the country and would have sent it away only he became the worse of liquor. The prison...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. TUESDAY APRIL 6. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 8 April 1897
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -* ARRIVALS. TUESDAY APP.III 6. BARBAROSSA.G.M.B.,from Extern Colon'es. , T a-senpers for liere : Mesdames Orton an-* two children. He sa, Zillman, Bicharas (9) s nd four children, Johnson and infant, Jeffrey, Dicke-ison, c'tanHfieH, and, Bro k nian ; Miss M ac Malian; Messrs Brookman anr* party, G«rsch, Harrington, Wylde, Brown, Dickenson, Janes. Goldsrone, Mow, Fobinson, H&lt;-sa, Z liman, Welland, Cobb, laurence, and eight Chíname?. WKDNESDAT, A pail. 7. WOLLOWBA, ss. from Fremantle. Passen gers for here : Messrs Burns and Pal lett.
HOW DID THE THIEF GET IN? [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 8 April 1897
HOW DID THE THIEF GET IN? Toa wake np some morning and miss your watch, your purse, your best clothes and other valuables. Tet neither you nor any other member of your family heard a sound daring the night. Neither is there a sign of how the thief got int ) the house nor by what road he deoam,>ed. Ton rush round and tell thi police and als? decide to keep a dog and a shot gun. Toa w ll let thieves know they musn't come tholing aro tm i your premises after this. A sensible procedire. Meanwhile your watch, your mmey, &c, a e gone. Quite so Now suppose I should tell you that the thief who stole y JUT pr perty never entered your house at all ; that he was born in it ; had lived twent years in it ; never had »-een out of it till he went off with, your things albeit not a soul of voa had ever seen or Iward of him. What would you say to ? Ton 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. Heakin, "rheumatism s...
A GOOD CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 8 April 1897
I A GOOD CHARACTER,. Pears Soap is pure, dcugutful an/i, refreshing. To THE DEAF-A gcnUe^au who taxed himself of DeaXness and. Isoißes in the Head after 1* years' suffering, will gladly send full particulars post iree.-Address, H. CLIFTOK. Norfolk House, Norfolk-street, Strand, lonr ; don F^gland, j CADBDJît'S COCOA. j A s'imuiatiiig and sustaining cru;-*n*Ot* 4 inçtan'ij. . >
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 8 April 1897
JJO Y A I, GE O&GE HOTEL ALBANY, W. A. ttecognised as the Best Family Hotel. Has been entirely renovated and modernised for the convenience and comfort of Visitors. 157m E. REYNOLD8, Proprietor. JJOYAL GEORGE HOTEI» ALBANY, W.A. Tariff Loir. Table par Excellence. Baths Billiarde, Stabling, &c Liqnore and Cigars guaranteed of the best Brands. E. REYNOLDS, 157&lt;n (Recently from England) Proprietor
THE DUTIES. REPORTED REPENTANCE OF THE GOVERNMENT.] Perth, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 8 April 1897
THE DUTIES. BS PORTED EEPSNTANCE OF THE GOVERNMENT.] Perth, Wednesday. The Herald makes an authoritative state ment this, morning that the Government will introduce a Bill next session remitting the duties on butter, bacon, cheese, coffee, cur rants, eggs, hams, preserved meats, raisins, tongues and wheat. This will mean a loss to thé revenue of £100,000. It adds that it knows the West Australian will contradict this statement, but it is true all the same.
CRICKET. NORTH v. EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 8 April 1897
, CRICKET. NOBTH v. EAST. The following is the North team for the match on Saturday :-F. Tidernan, C. Cox, C. Keyser, E. Miller, A. Allen, A. Ford, W. Monaghan (capt.), E. Phillips, W. Brearley, C. Shaw, and - Mallett ; emergencies, F. Brown and J. Milne. The East team will be chosen from the following players and the final team will ap pear in Saturday's paper :-E. Keyser (capt.), W. Feeley, W. Kelly, I. Kelly, B. Anketell, J. Angove, T. Brown, T. Webb. G. Fruin, - Paskett, A. Jeffery, H. Davies, and C. Mead
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 8 April 1897
MINING NOTES« The Queensland Menzies is still on rich stone. The Fairlight minc, Cue, has cleaned np a crashing of 43 tons for a return of 70oz. of smelted gold. Lake View Consols have decided, to erect a was tiing furnace to wash telluride ores and lo extract gold by the Cyanide process. Mr. W. J. Stoneham, on behalf of the holders of Block 45 of the Hampton Plains, has offered a reward of £10,000 for the dis covery of a payable reef on this ground. The Morning Star, Mount Magnet, is em ploying .51 men. For the quarter ended March 31 the mine crushed 3,061 tons for a return of 2,310oz 9dwt. of gold. The Ivanhoe manager is making arrange ments for doubling the output of the mine. Oil engines will be superseded by steam, and 50 head of stamps will be running. There is an unlimited supply of water. Mr. F. B, Trude, who has returned from Lawlers, estimates that when the additional 10 bead of stamps in course of erection at Bast, Murchison are milling, with the 20 heads each on the Bell...
FOREIGN CABLES. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] CRETE. A WARNING. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 8 April 1897
FOEEICT CABLES. --* £ FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT/} CRETE. A WARNING. London, Monday. Mr. Curzon, speaking at Southport, said it was not expected that the Cretans' résistance to autonomy was real or permanent.- The blockade was. the only merciful way of teaching Greece that ? she mast not fly in the face of Europe. If she proclaimed war to revenge herself on the -Powers a more wanton or wicked war would never have been waged. Europe .alone could modify the integrity of Turkey, and the concert of the Powers was the greatest advance made in international law in the century. A breach cf a treaty obliga tion was cowardly and unwise. At Tokat 140- Moslems and four j Armenians have been arrested. The j Ambassadors have objected to the ap pointment of Hassan Pasha as governor of Tokat. Mr. Balfour says the Powers have notified the Governments of Greece and Turkey that in the event of their going to war neither of them will be allowed to derive the smallest advantage. London, Tuesday, The Ad...
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 8 April 1897
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. Messrs. Prendergast, W. Moore, E. Keogh and J. S. Howe met on Saturday at Fre mantle, and selected the following 31 players to practise for the match against the Aus tralian Eleven to be commenced at Perth on Easter Saturday :-r FBËMANTLB. W, Moore E. Keogh R. Selk F. Musgrove J. Cowen W. Bateman A. J. Thnrgood K ABB A KATTA. A. Carlton J. C. Sadleir J. Grant C. Caldwell L. Gouly L. Herring . (-V. Barris ATJSTBALS. E. Lockwood W. Lockwood HETBOPOXITAN. C. Bishoo \j. 8. Howe A. W. Hosking* W. V. DufEy F. D. .North F¿ Martin WEST PERTH. T. Bennett F. Harris T. Hannah F. Bol fe H. Ellis " J. Walker Bev. A. J. S. Fry. YOEE. YALGOO. H. R. Orr. BUNBTJBY. Hale. It will be observe 1 from the above that the Selection Committee have gone afield for their players bat that they have.oveilooked the merits of the Albany players. They sbonld have accepted cominations from the various clubs of the colony and then made their selection. Had they done so it is quite certain that...
SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 8 April 1897
SHlPflNG ITEMS. The steamer Bothwell Castle is due here on Sat np lay. The mail Bt earner Orizaba is expected from Colombo on Saturday with 230 tons of cargo. Tbe steamer Strathavon is doe here to morrow from the Eastern Colonies with 25 tons of cargo. The steamer Adelaide from Melbourne direct is expected to-day with 25 tons of cargo for this port. The steamer Thermopylae arrived from Melbourne direct at 4.15. p.m. on Tuesday and sailed at 3.50. a.m. the next day for Natal. The steamer Wollowra from Fremantle arrived at í 10. a.tn. on Wednesday and Bailed at 5.45. a.m. taking mail6 for the Colonies. The German mail steamer Barbarossa from the Eastern Colonies arrived at 2.15. p.m. on Tuesday and sailed again at 5 p.m. for Colombo. The steamer Barcoo arrived at 8.20. a.m. yesterday from tbe colonies and after land ing the mails and 23 tons cargo, left for Fremantle The steamer Gulf of Bothnia arrived at 1.20. p.m. on Tuesday from the Eastesn Colonies and sailed for Port Said direct ...
DEPARTURES. TUESDAY, APRIL 6. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 8 April 1897
DEPARTURES. TUESDAY, APRIL 6. BARBAROSSA, G M 8., for Colomb*. Passen peis from here : Mesdames Paton, Nanson, Le routeur, Harwood (2). Dómela and child, Driffield and daughter, St. Leger/ Fesfader ; Misses Aubin, Thompson, and "Victor ; Me^rs Sa», Le Couleur, b'caerer, Harwood, Dómela, Nanson, Victor, Tidl, Anderson, Bird, Glini, Harwood, T.ahoar (2), Allen, Trestrail, Capeletti. Zappa, Banton, Stopp, Jansan, Winkler, Fesfader, MerriNees, Smith (2). Christiansen, Olsen, HoüStrom, Ferguson, Armstrong, Snrlena, Ellison, Johnson, Captain St. Leger and four Italians. WEDNESDAY, APBFL 7. WOLLOWBA, BA, for Eastern Colonies. Pas sengers from here : Messrs Cheesebrongb,. Davies and Bowston. Í
NEW SOUTH WALES. THE CHARGE AGAINST A NAVAL OFFICES. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 8 April 1897
NEW SOUTH WALES. TDS CHARGE AGAINST A NAVAL OFFICE B. I . Sydney, Wednesday. Craddock, the paymaster bf the Kaloe mba, 'charged with, embezzling £2,100, was j formally brought op at the Water Police Court to-day, and handed over to the uaval j authorities. . HAIL WAIT ACCIDENT. Two carriages on ; the mail train from Melbourne were derailed-through ruining over a calf hear Yass. , There was a del ay of four hours, hut no serious damage was done.
LAYING OF THE BREAKSEA CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 8 April 1897
LAYING OF THE BREAKSEA CABLE. The work of laying the Breaksea Cable was performed on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday last by the Chief Harbour Master ( Captain Bu=sel!), assisted by Captain Irvine. The steamer Lubra was chartered for the work and she arrived here onSatorday The cahle arrived here some considerable time ago and was deposited in the water near the Deep water Pier. There was a fear that owing to exposure at low water it would deteriorate, and the Chamber, of Commerce called the attention of the Premier to the delay in lay ing it. Instructions were then gi en for the laying of the cable, and the operation was entrusted to Captain Bussell. On Saturday afternoon th? Lubra went as near as possible to the cable and the end having been attached she began by means of her winches to coil the rope into her hold. The cable "is about 3¿ miles long and - weighs about ll tons to the mile. Its diameter is about two inches and it is composed of seven Btrands of copper, wire, then guttap...