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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. Perth, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 April 1897
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. Terth, Friday. At last night's meeting of the Cil ket As sociation Mr. A. Lovekin read " Barracker's " letter and moved that the selection commit tee be requested to consider Marchant and &lt; Kelly's qualification with a view to their 1 piactising for the intercolonial match. Two of the four members on the selection com mittee were present and both stated their willingness to accede to the proposition. They mast, they said, first obtain the consent of their colleagues and they will decide on ^Friday. Some of the members of tue com W mittee expressed a doubt whether the gentle men named could come to Perth to nractice. lt was stated that had it not been for this doubt Marchant and Kelly would probably have been selected to practice in the first in stance. Mr. Lovekin intimates that he will do all he can to have them included, but of coarse the selection committee ought not to be subject to outside influence.
ARRANGEMENTS FOR THEIR RECEPTION. INCLUSION OF E. MARCHANT IN THE COMBINED TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 April 1897
ARRANGEMENTS FOR THEIR RE CEPTION. INCLUSION OF E. MARCHANT IN THE COMBINED TEAM. Great eatisfaction was expressed by all local cricket enthusiasts when it became known that E. Marchant had received a telegram from Mr. Brown, secretary of the W.A. Cricket Association, inviting bim to Perth to practise for the forthcoming com bined match against the Australian Eleven. HÍB inclusion will undoubtedly strengthen the team. With a week's practise on the turf, he should strike form, and our hope is that he will be able to uphold his present reputation as a cricketer. Marchant leaves for Perth to-morrow afternoon. 9 The following telegram was received yes terday by Mr, E. C. D. Keyser from Mr. R. H. Barrett :-«. Hope to see Marchant in team at least. Hoping team will catch Saturday's train. If steamer arrives too late arrange accommodation for fourteen who comprise the Australian team. Feel certain you will do all you can to assist." In res ponse to this telegram Mr. Keyser wired as follows...
Frozen Meat. THE DOCTORS CONDEMN IT. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 April 1897
Fro&eti Meat. THE DOCTORS CONDEMN IT. London, Thursday. Mr. Digby speaking on the second reading of the Prodoce Marks Bill said that foreign meat was being sold as English and medical testimony was to the effect that frozen meat was valueless for sustenance ana further that it was liable to create cancer and other j diseases. Mr. Boyce condemned the attack that had been made on a trade that was of Fach great importance to tbe colonies, London, Thursday. Mr. Smalley, New York correspondent of the Times says that Mr. Roosevelt, the Assistant Secretary to the Navy, is an extreme Jingo.
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 April 1897
MINING NOTES. Fifteen tons from Creme d'Or gave 20cz. Queensland Menzies reef is still very rich. Twilight, Cue, cleaned np 40 lons for 70oz. The Mount Yagahong yield was 190oz for 200 tons. Queen Margaret and Princess Margaret, Bolong, are both raising golden stone. Champion, Cue, has cleaned up for a handsome cake, but the exact return is no« available. Lake View output for the past month WP9 1,634 tons crushed, yield 3,700oz. smelted gold. It is rumored they have struck a lode rich at the 300ft. level. The 11-Btamp battery at Lindsay's Con solidated started crushing on Thursday. Two thousand tons of ore is in sight. The stone IB estimated to yield 1^ z. to the ton, The return of the Champion crushing shows that 800 tons yielded SOOoz. The yield though below anticipation ie : tisfac factory, as the grade of ore was uniform throughout. The Hainault, Kalgoorlie, on which £30,000 was spent by an English company, hrs been pegged as a forfeited claim. It is understood there is some poi...
THE FEDERAL CONVENTION. Adelaide, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 April 1897
THE FEDERAL CONVENTION. Adelaide, Wednesday. The Convention sat for only 13 rainâtes ' to-day. Bir John Forrest gave notice of his inten l tion to apply for leave of absence for Mr. J. ' W. Hackett ; also that his contingent motion > to go into committee be dealt with, to con sider the powers of the States Assembly in regard to money bil's tsfore considering any other portion of the Measure. Mr. Grant moved that the Railway Com . missioners shonld confer as to the possibility of agreeing upon a uniform gange for the railways of Australia, but after discussion the motion was withdrawn as being ontside the functions of the Convention. The constitution committee accepted a number of clauses of the Commonwealth | Bill, the most important being that providing for the validity of the existing laws of the States. The finance committee has concluded its labors with the exception of the railway question, and ic is hoped that this will be finished to-morrow evening. In the constitutional c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 April 1897
Shipping. THE PENINSULAR ¿ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE P. & O. S. N. COM PANY, under contract with the Imperial, New South _' Wales, Victorian, and South Australian Governments, will despatch the following steamers for London, calling at Colombo, Aden, Brindisi, Malta, Gibraltar, and Plymouth : Steamers. Tona. Oommandar. .Leaving Sing George'! Sonad. Pan-am at ta Ballaarat Bone ... Himalaya Britannia Victoria 4886 4890 6545 6898 6525 6527 C. P. Preston T. S. Angus A. B. Daniell A. "W Adamson J. Ii. Pa fitt WTIGWorces'er April 10 n 2t May 8 » 22 Jone 6 IS BATES OF PASSAGE MONET : To London-First Saloon JB60 ¿o .£70. Second Saloon, JE35, JB37, & £40. Betum Tickets from ¿G65 to JB115. Return Tickets between any of the Eastern Colonies and Kew Zealand are now available for 6 (six) months from date of embarkation. In the second aaloon the arrangements hare been thoroughly reorganised, and the accomo dation which the Company now offers is un surpassed. Passage mo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 April 1897
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The Transvaal. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 April 1897
TJie Transvaal. London, Wednesday, j Mr. Chamberlain saje that Lieutenant Eloffs case has been placed in the hands of President Kruger and that the enquiry is proceeding. London, Thursday. President Kroger has ordered a special coori to try Lieatenont Eloff for insulting Queen Victoria. Fifteen hundred tons of artillery war material has been landed at Delegoa Bay for the Transvaal Government.
FOREIGN CABLES. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDET] CRETE. ADMIRAL HARRIS FIRED AT. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 April 1897
FOEEIM CABLES. -«. £FROM orjE OWN CORRESPONDENT^ CJRMTM. I ADMIRAL HARRIS FIRED AT. I London, Thursday. The admirals and consols are arrang ing for a mission to the insurgents to explain to them the scheme for the autonomy of Grete and the reasons for the blockade. The Sultan has sent an autograph letter of thanks to the Czar thanking him for defending the integrity of the Turkish empire and for inducing the other Powers to adopt the principle. He desires, he says, to conform to the wishes of Europe and says he considers these are legitimate. Two thousand insurgents surround Sitia «nd the commander of the gairison expects to be attacked. A Moslem fired at and narrowly missed Admiral Harris. The insurgents and Turks are fighting outside Heraklion. The admirals after inquiry have ac quitted the governor of the charge of arming the Selino and Candamo refugees for the purpose of attacking the Chris tians at Akrotiri. The garrison at Kissimos being unable to resist the artillery of the i...