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ALBANY WEEK. THE CHILDREN'S DAY; LADLES' COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 23 February 1897
ALBANY WEEK. THE CHILDREN'S DAY; LADLES' COMMITTEE. At a meeting of the ladies' committee, held in the Town Hall on Friday evening, tba president (Mrs. A. T. Hassell) presiding, the hon. secretary and treasurer (Hrs. Forster) presented the balance-sheet, which was adopted. It was as follows : CREDIT. By Balance from 1896 .£6 IS * " Subscriptions.46 0 3 " Wood. 0 2 0 £61 14 9 DEBIT. Telegram, re fruit. £0 2 0 Sports . 3 3 0 Errand boys . ... 0 3 0 Fruit (Piesse Brothers). 9 8 9 Band ... . 6 S O Man (Von der Medea) ... ... 0 18 6 Butter (Muir) ... . OSA Wood(Hopson). OSO Confectionery (Andrews) ... 4 16 7 Confectionery (Day & Phillips)... 4 14 8 Confectionery (Campbell) ... 4 9 6 Butter, ham, ropes, &c. 2 7 10 Tea (Moir). 0 10 6 Trestles (Wesleyan Church) ... 0 10 0 Forms (Salvation Army).. 0 5 0 Carting and freight of fruit (Powney) . 0 6 ll Lollies (Sherratt). 12 6 Confectionery (Hartland) ... 4 IS 10 Stationery (Woodelton). 0 3 0 Bouquet (Mrs. Gribble). 0 7 6 Advert...
EAST v. WEST. AN EXCITING GAME, [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 23 February 1897
EAST v. WES I. AN EXCITING GAME, The match Bet down* for Saturday last wm* fall of interest, foi had the West won they wonld in all probability have carried off the premiership. East batted first, and sent tn Feely and Webb to the bowling of Milne and Jos. Broadfoot. The latter's first over sufficed to get rid of Webb for 3. Feely ami Davey pat on 36 while in partnership, the former being run ont for 26, made in hit characteristic style. Davey was ont I.b.w. to Chester for 13, and Kelly, by hitting hard, made 33, the top score. Jeffery and Brown experienced bad luck in being ron "ont. Brown was missed at cover-point by Seddin, and started to run. The latter picked np the ball, and in throwing it in hit the wicket» Brown being outside the crease. Angove batted patiently for 15 not out, and while associated with Kelly they put on 30 for tba seventh wicket. The innings closed for 110 runs. Of the bowlers, Boy Milne carce oat with the best average, 3 for 19. The first innings of the Wes...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 23 February 1897
CRICKET. A cricket match will be played to-morrow afternoon between Burveyorsand Albany. £. Marchant, pf the West Ward Cricket Club, has the splendid average of 63 rons per innings this season for inter-cltab matches, and of 65 per innings for all matches. Tba total number of runs he has compiled tina season is 721. A movement is now on foot to send a team of cricketers from Albany to visit Coolgardie or Perth at Easter. A meeting is called Soc Thursday night at the Freemasons' Hotel and something definite will then be decided en. The scheme should meet with the approval of the local people and a team could be . selected from the local clubs that would worthily uphold the reputation of the town froma cricketing point of view.
A FATAL BOLT. AN ALBANY BOY KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 23 February 1897
A FATAL BOLT. AN ALBANY BOY KILLED. George Jeffreys, an Albany boy, was killed on Bunday morning while exercising race horses at the Williams Biver. The horse he was riding bolted and collided with a tree. He had his skull smashed in. His remains will be brought down by the train to Albany. INTERCOLONIAL TBADB.-Last week the steamers Marloo, Adelaide, Elingamite, Bun ' inyong, Cloncurry and Rockton left Mel bourne within 24 hours of each other for West Australian ports. A CHILD named Parsons, whose parents reside on Perth-road, Albany, was badly scalded on Sunday and brought into town by the Denmark train on Sunday. The sufferer was taken to the hospital. MESSRS. A. Y. Hassell and Co., through their auctioneer, Mr. H. L. Marchant, have just completed a very successful three days' sale of drapery, &c., at the Town Hall, Albany. It was the biggest auction sale ever held in the town. TRIP TO LITTLE GROVE.-In connection with the harvest festival at Wesley Church, a picnic will b...
WHEN THE LAND IS DRIED UP. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 23 February 1897
WHEN THE LAND IS DRIED UP. It requires copious rains. When a man is hot he should drink Wolfe's Schnapps to quench his thirst and add zest to his appetite. SCABIIBT FEVEB AT CABNABVON.-Con sidérable excitement was cause I at Car narvon on Friday when it became known that scarlet fever had broken ont in the town at the Port Hotel, Hrs. Fenner's little daughter being the sufferer. The patient and the rest of the family were at once taken to the hospital, and the hotel thoroughly fumigated. Strict quarantine ia to be ob served, no personal communication with calling vessels being allowed. This means much inconvenience to business people and the travelling public generally. The local board of health is doing all in its power to prevent the disease from spreading. BUBONIC PLAGUE.-A. representative of the Morning Herald drew the attention of the Premier oa Friday to complaints that are being made regarding the action of the health authorities at Albany in fumigating passengers arriving fr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 23 February 1897
Shipping. alHE PEA INSÙLAB AORIEHTAX STEAM NAVIGATION COMP AKT. THE P. « O. ß. ». COM PANY, under contract with the Imperial," New South ---' Wales, Victorian, and South Australian Governments, will despatch the following steamers for London, calline at Colombo, Aden, Brindisi, Malta, Gibraltar, and Plymouth : Steamers. "ChinaT Kassi] ia Arcadia Toil. Conunaadaii leaving George's Sound. 8C0O 5026 6603 P. Harris E. Harvey A. 0. Loggia February 87 March 13 27 BATES OF PASSAGE MOUSY : To London-First Saloon £60boJS70. Second Saloon, .£35, £37, & JË40. Beturn Tickets from £65 to JE115. 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 nave been thoroughly reorganised, and tibe accomo dation which the Company now offers is un an rp assed. Passage money can be paid here for passage from England. Liberal concessions made to families. Passengers booked to and from Al...
The Abvertiser. TUESDAY, FBBBUABY 23, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 23 February 1897
TUESDAY, FBBBUABY 23, 1S9W.JÎ THE European situation has chang^edj from tragedy to comedy. For «nany months the great Powers have been ; threatening Turkey that they wonk! lack" if she did not cany ont the reforms Äep demanded. Tnrkey, on the other iand,' has. promised time and agam that iBnCi I would effect the refonns and pCerent I farther massacres cf Christians aôjd*ïàii of heir promises she has been caxefnl^O] ignore. Great Britian has aU alongé been prepared to proceed to coercion ^tóft Russia has refused to join and stine same time has declined to allow the olihet Powers to act. The Powers are jealous of each other and Russia pattículair^iB jealous of Great Britain for ehen&nowB very well that if it were detennihedtnlake action against Tnrkey the nation with the big navy would be able to nmkeAn i impression that would give her again *he dominating inâaenee over the Snliaiu The Sultan has: been playing fte Powers off against each other in the tiiost adnu! manner and ha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 23 February 1897
B 0 N Business M A B C H E, LIMI TE D. CARGEEG, DIM AN I & CO. Thank theil numerous Customers in ALBANY and SURROUNDING DISTBICTS for their past magnificent Support, and beg to announce that they have privately FLOATED THEIB POPULAR STOBES INTO A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, she late MANAGING PASTNESS retaining a large Interest in the NEW CONCEBN. ALL OBDEBS FBOM ALBANY will have Special Attention and Prices charged and Quality given will be in keeping with THE BON MABCHE'S PAST BRILLIANT RECORD. '_BON MABOHE LIMITED. _165m Y. HASSELL, & CO Y. AUCTIONEERS, LAND, STOCK, STATION, SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND GENERAL AGENTS Agents-Phoenix Fire Office and National Mutual Life Association of Australia. _YORK STREET, ALBANY._155f J O fl N M O l B & COY., MERCHANTS, SHIPPING, COMMISSION, INSURANCE AHB GENERAL AGENTS. »: IMPORTERS OF WINES, SPIRITS, ft BEERS. GROCERIES & OILMEN'S STORES. CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVED AND DEALT WITH. GOODS BKCEIVED AND STORED. A U 0 TIONE f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 23 February 1897
fFLICATlUN FUß AN JSAT ING HOUSE LICENSE. To the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace acting in and for the District of Albany in Western Australia. j I, Frederick William Hartland, Baker and i Confectioner, now residing in the town j of Albany, do hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply at the next Licensing Meeting to be holden for this District for an EATING HOUSE LICENSE ianthe shop or rooms which I now occupy, situated at Albany, on Stirling-terrace next Freemasons' Hotel, and at present unlicensed. Given under my hand this sixteenth day of. February, one thousand eight hundred - J68X andlninety seven. ICOr F, W. HARTLAND. IRÁNSFER OF LAND ACT, 1893. 26-97 Take notice that Edward Châties Barnett } of Albany gentleman has made application to | be registered as the proprietor of an estât J in ' fee simple in possession in the following parcel of land situate in the town of Albany and being Albany Town Lot S 25 (containing 2 roods 6-10 perches) Bounded on the North by ...
BEPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 23 February 1897
BE PO RTS. Captain W. J. Simpson reports that the steamer Rockton has again put in an appear* ance af ter a smart passage across the Bight. Left Melbourne on the 12th inst., leaving Williamstown 7 p.m. same day and clearing the Port Phillips Head6 at 10.30 p.m., arriving at Adelaide early on the 14 th inst, leaving again on the 15th inst, clearing the Sema phore 7 p.m. same day and arriving at Al bany 7 p.m. 19th inst. She left hereat 10.30 ; p.m. Friday and arrived at Fremautle on the ! 21st inst. Experienced fine weather and variable winds to the 16th, thence fresh variable winds and heavy head sea, modera ting on the 19th inst. Commander A. C. Loggin, of the B.M.S. Arcadia, reports as follows ;--Lef t Gravesend on January 15 at 2.40 p.m. Experienced northerly and north-easterly winds and smooth sea to arrival at Gibraltar on January 19 at 6 35 a.m. Left Gibraltar at 11.10 a.m. following winds and smooth sea until arrival off Malta on January 21 at 7 30 a.m. Left Malta at 4.15 p.m...
SHIPPING HEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 23 February 1897
SHIPPING ITEMS. The steamer Macgregor is due here from Esperance on Wednesday. The steamer Bullara arrived here from the Eastern Colonies at 4 o'clock yesterday after noon. The French mail steamer Armand Behic is dne here from the colonies about the 3rd of March. The steamer Bockton left here on Friday night for Fremantle after discharging 27 tons of cargo. The mail steamer Cuzco arrived on Satur day and after discharging mailB and passen gers left for Europe. ~ ' The Elingamite arrived at this port mid day Saturday and after discharging 20 tons of cargo left for Fremantle. The French mail steamer is due here from, Marseilles and Colombo on Thursday. She will discharge 75 tons of cargo. The steamer Adelaide arrived from Fre mantle on Sunday afternoon and left for the Eastern Colonies the same day. The steamer Wollowra arrived here from Fremantle on Saturday morning and left for Melbourne direct the same day. The steamer Fra m nea left this port on Saturday morning for Fremantle with...
INTERCOLONIAL. VICTORIA. SENTENCE OF DEATH. Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897
IFTERCOLONIAI. VICTORIA. SENTENCE OF DEATH. Melbourne, Wednesday. Alexander Quinn, an ex-warder, has been sentenced to death for the murder of ii leanor Watson, at Middle Park, on the 17th November. The jury added that they thought both intended to commit suicide, and recommended the prisoner 4b mercy. LO BD BBASSEVS ACCIDENT. Lord Brassey is slowly recovering ir from his accident. The feverish symptoms have abated. MB. DUNCAN GILLIES. Mr. Duncan Gillies has arrived from Lon don, and was welcomed by a large crowd of political friend*. . I
WAGIN MEWS. THE PINJARRAH-WILLIAMS BAILWAY. Wagin, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897
WAGIN MEWS. THE PINJAEBAH-WILLIAMS BAIL WAY. Wagin. Tuesday. An important public meeting will be held ! here on Saturday next to consider the future j extension of tbe Pinjarrah-Williams Railway add its junction with the Great Southern Ballway. Wagin is considered to have special claims. The want of running sheds is severely felt by the men in charge of the engines here. The Railway Department is reminded that winter is close at hand and that prompt Bteps should be taken to provide covering for the men. The chaff trade is brisk.
FEDERATION. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897
FEDERATION. Sydney, Wednesday. The Government have decided to proclaim March 4th, Federal Election Day, a public holiday. The Protestants are making powerful efforts to oppose Cardinal Moran's return, and have issued 100,000 circulars. Pertb, Wednesday. Great satisfaction is expressed in all tbe other colonies that Western Australia has agreed to join the Convention. 8outh Aus tralia partica arly is jubilant as Sir John Forrest is in favor of Adelaide being selected for the meeting of the Convention. Tas mania also favors Adelaide and Victoria, recognising that no public gathering has yet been held in reference to Federation at Ade laide, would not offer any serions objection. The difficulty in connection with the elec tion to the Convention will have to be dealt with. The present Enabling Act provides that fifteen days shall elapse between the nomination and election. ^ Under Sir John Forrest's proposal only three days will elapse. . It is thought that it will be neces sary to pass...
THE INDIAN FAMINE RELIEF FUND. MEETING IN ALBANY, LOCAL COMMITTEE FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897
THE INDIAN FAMINE RELIEF FUND. . -*_ * MEETING IN ALBANY, LOCAL COMMITTEE FORMED. A meeting, convened by the Mayor (Mr. John Moir) to begins local effort with re gard to the Indian Famine Belief Fund, was held in the Council Chamber on Tnesday evening. The Mayor presided and there were present Ors. Muir, J. McKenzie, Mews and Knight, Mr. Lof tie, U.M., Rev. F. Mateo, Rev. G. Brewster, Rev. J. Burn (Coolgardie), Captain Nicolson and Messrs. Barker, Josiah Norman, B. T. Robinson, Fruin, B. P. Green shields, C. Keyser and W. F. Forster. The Mayor said the meeting had been called to consider the steps to be taken to raise funds locally for the Indian Famine Relief Fund. Meetings of a similar nature had been held in other parts of tLe colony. A large meeting bad been held in Perth, the Governor presiding and au extensive com mittee had been appointed to collect funds. With such a committee as that appointed they were satisfied that the subscriptions would be properly accounted for and fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897
Auction Sales. J^AST CHANCE. 8ATOBDAY AT TOWN HALL at ll a.m. The Balance ot Mr. D'Arcy Ford's ASSORTED STOCK together with 3 CASES just returned from Fremantle which will be OPENED SPECIALLY for THIS SALE. The attention of Bayers is particularly drawn to this Sale as this is the last occasion j . Mr. Ford will be offering bis Goods here. 228L M R. W. P. KINSELLA, SDBGEON DENTD3T, GOSDON STREET, ALBANY. Nitrons Oxide eas administered.
A GOOD CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 25 February 1897
A GOOD CHARACTER.. Fears Soap is pare, delightful and refreshing F. A. H Weston's African Medical Wouder cures Chronic Constipation, Kidney, Liver, Blood and Skin Diseases, and is the best Nerve Food the world of botany can produce. ' ls, curative action on the liver, elegeut but gentle aperient properties, and wonderful Tonic qualities, have commended themselves to myself and wile (neeDocy Stewart.)"-Signed, Henry B. Harwood, late Harwood & Co., proprietors Theatre Boyal, Melbourne. Price, 3s. 6&lt;L ; dose, 10 drops. Bead tho advertise ment.* '