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HAWAII. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 April 1897

MA WAU. I London, Friday. J It is expected that the United States wil! annex Hawaii to prevent Japan from doing so.

Publication Title: Albany Advertiser
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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 April 1897

THE MAILS. Mails for Europe, India, China, &c., per B.M.8. Ballaarat, will close at the Post Office on Saturday afternoon.

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SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 April 1897

SHIPPING- ITEMS. The steamer Marloo is doe here to-day from the Eastern Colonies. The mail steamer Ballaarat is expected late on Saturday evening from the Eastern Colonies. The F.M.S. Polynesien is expected here from Colombo, with 50 tons of cargo, cn Thursday next. The schooner Crace Darling left for Ade laide on Sunday where she will undergo a thorough overhaul. The mail steamer Ophir arrived from the Eastern Colonies at 5.50 p.m. on Saturday and left for London at 8.45 p.m. The steamer Innamincka arrived from Fremantle at 1.35 p.m, yesterday and left for the Eastern Colonies at i 5 p.m. The steamer Hubbuck arrived at midnight on Sunday from the Eastern Colonies and discharged 120 tons of cargo at the Town Jetty. She left for Fremantle at 3 a m. yes terday. The German mail steamer Darmstadt left Colombo at 1 aaa. on the 10th ins'ant and is expected to arrive to-morrow evening or Thursday morning. She has 350 tons of cargo for this port.

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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN V. PERTH EIGHTEEN. FIRST DAY. AUSTRALIANS II. FIVE FOR 183. Perth, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 April 1897

THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN V. PERTH EIGHTEEN. - FIRST DAY. AUSTRALIANS IL FIVE FOR 183. Perth, Saturday. Giffen's Australian team commenced their J second match this morning against the Perth Eighteen on the Association Ground. The morning broke fine, and the ground had been refreshed bj rain on the previous evening. The wicket was a good tari one though a trifle slow at times. Great interest is attached to the match, especially as the visitors had been defeated at Fremantle. The visitors consequently were on their mettle. When play was started at noon there was a large crowd of spectators and as the after noon wore on there was a record attendance on the Association Ground. 1 he pavilions were crowded, while on the flat all around the ring the spectators were many deep. The visitors won the toss and gave a fine exhibition of batting, though owing to the phalanx of fieldsmen, it was a difficult matter to score. Twenty runs were scored in half an honr by Lyons and Darling, and then Bishop...

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FOREIGN CABLES. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] The Transvaal. A REVERSE FOR PRESIDENT KRUGER. A WARNING FROM GERMANY. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 April 1897

FOREIGN CABLES. [JFEOM OÜB OW8 CoBBEßPOKBEXT.] Tlie Transvaal. A REVERSE FOR PRESIDENT KRUGER, A WARNING FROM GERMANY. London, Friday. / The High Court of the Transvaal has decided that President Kruger illegally suppressed the Star newspaper and the owners of the paper have been awarded costs and given authority to resume publication. .The Frankfurter Zeitung warns the Traansvaal not to provoke Great Britain and adds that it would be wiser to aban don the process of preparing for war and accede to the demand of the Uitlanders.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 April 1897

SHIPMENT OF GOLD.-k consignment of 6,000oz. of gold from the West Australian Bank was shipped for London by the B.M.S. Ophir on Saturday, W.A. CONVENTION DELEGATES.-The W.A. delegates to the Federal Convention returned by the H.M.S. Ophir on Saturday afternoon. They were met on board by Mr. Lottie, O.B. They were enabled to proceed to Perth the same evening, as the train had j been delayed until 8 o'cfouk. Two vice- ! regal cars had been sent down for the party, and when Hay Biver was reached the train was divided, one engine taking the delegates: through to Perth without stopping at stations, as they were anxious to reach the I metropolis early on Sunday morning. THE LABOB CONDITIONS.-In trnth, the controllers of the Western Australian gold« fields have to bear in mind that they have no monopoly of gold-producing area. Gold in paying quantities is (states a London papçrl being found in various parts of tb» world and another British <*^-y> that of Columbia', ha? alres^...

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SECOND DAY. AUSTRALIANS OUT FOR 232. Perth, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 April 1897

SECOND DAY, AUSTRALIANS OUT FOB 232. Perth, Monday. There was lovely weather wheo the match was continued, Australian Eleven v. Com bined Eighteen. There was a great attend ance. The former with five wickets down for 183 continued their innings and made 232, Kelly batting patiently but not prêt tily for 47. Bishop took 6 wickets for 56, and his aveiage for to-day's play was 4 for 17. The Eighteen only made 102. The first five wickets fell for 5, but Orr and Hannah made a fine stand both playing beautiful cricket. Their play excited favorable ¡com ment from the members of the Eleven. The Eighteen followed on and at the call of time had scored 72 for the loss of ten wickets. Scores : COMBINED EIGHTEEN-1st innings. Bolte, b Jones . 0 fi. Marchant, b Jones . 0 A. W. Hostings, st. Kelly, b M'Kib bin., ... 0 W. Hannah, run out.,, ... ... 17 E. J. Keogh, b Jones . 0 F. D. North, b Jones . 0 H. R. Orr, b Jones.37 F. Musgrove, b Jones . 4 T. Bennett, b Jones. 0 J. C. Sadleir, b Giffen ." ." ...

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WEST WARD v. KATANNING. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 April 1897

WEST WARD v. KATANNING. The Katanning cricketers arrived by yes terday morning's train, and at ll o'clock commenced the first of a series of three matches against the local clnbs. Their first match was against West Albany, who were not very strongly represented. Feeley was allowed to play as a snbstitnte for the local team. The visitors were captained by J. Chipper and West Albany by B. T. Robinson. The former were first at the wickets and were all disposed of for the meagre total of 29 rans. Towards this number Ranford made 12. The batsmen were unable to make any headway against the bowling of Miine and H. Robinson. Tbe former secured 7 for 10 and the latter 2 for 6. Milne's last four wickets were obtained for no rons. West Albany made a no better exhibition, only topping their opponents by i runs. There were no double figure scorers, Jas. Broadfoot with nine being top. Ranford took 3 wickets for ? runs, Watkins 4 for 16 and Norrish 1 6. Katanning's second attempt was even poorer t...

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KATANNING v. EAST ALBANY. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 April 1897

KATANNING v. BAST ALBANY. The following playera mil represent Bast Albany in the above match to commence at 10.30 a.m. sharp this morning :-Angove, Anketell, Bennett, Brown, Davies, Elliott, G. Gribble, Jeffery, Mead, Webb and Feely; emergencies-Fruin, P. Kelly and Paskett,

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TURKEY AND GREECE DECLARATION OF WAR. Fighting on the Frontier. Greek Successes. General Advance of the Turks. Great Battles on Saturday and Sunday. Fifty Thousand Engaged. Victory for the Turks. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 April 1897

I TURKEY ANI GREECE DECLARATION OF WAR. FigMing on the Frontier» Greek Successes. General Advance of the Turks. Great JBattles on Saturday and Sunday. Fifty Thousand Mngaged. Victory for the Turks. London, Friday. The Chamber of Deputies at Athens has voted M. Delyannis a war credit. Kassia and Austria have arranged to secure the neutrality of the Balkan pro vinces in the event of war between Turkey and Greece unless their co nationalists are attacked. The Powers have postponed the blockade of the Pireaus in order to de prive Greece of a pretence for breaking the peace, Edhem Pasha has informed the Sul tan that the Leaguers are rendering his position untenable and has asked for authority to cross the frontier. The ministers approve of the proposal, but the Sultan is hesitating. The Leaguers are greatly surprised at the strength of the Turkish forces and are depressed at their failure to arouse Macedonia to revolution. The newspapers of Athens are de nouncing the Greek Government for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 April 1897

Business ßON MARCHE, LIMITED. CARGEEG, DIMANI & CO. Thank their numerous Customers in ALBANY and SURROUNDING DISTRICTS for their past magnificent Support, and beg to announce that they have privately FLOATED THE IB POFULAB BTOBES INTO A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, the 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 BECOBD. _BON MARCHE LIMITED._165m ^ Y. HASSELL, & COY. AUCTIONEERS, LAND, STOCK, STATION, SHIPPING. COMMISSION AND GENERAL AGENTS Agents-Phoenix Fire Office and National Mutual Life Association of Australia. _Y OR K STREET, ALB AN Y._155f JOHN. MOIR & COY., MERCHANTS, SHIPPING, COMMISSION, INSURANCE AND GENERAL AGENTS. -:o: IMPORTERS OF WINES, SPIRITS, & BEERS. GROCERIES & OILMEN'S STORES. CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVED AND DEALT WITH. (3° GOODS RECEIVED AND STOKED. AUCTIONEERS A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 April 1897

BOR WICK'S BAKING £ POWDER.» CONTAINS NO| ALUM ABB IB A WELL-KNOWN Puas ENGLISH MANU FATURE OF WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION. A FEWgRECEIPESjFOR HOUSE HOLD USE. Air EXCELLANT SEED CAKE.-Take £-lbv batter and ^-Ib. white sifted sogar, beat with the hand well - together to a cream, add 3 eggs one at a time and well beat each one with the batter and sugar, dredge in ^-lb. floor previously mixed with one fall teaspoonful BOBWICK'S GOLD MEDAL BAKING POWDER ; add J-oz. carraway seeds and beat again for ten minutes, bake at once in a quick oven about one hour. This cake would be equally nice made with ¿-lb. currants instead of carraway seeds. To MAKE A GOOD PLAINCAKE.-Mix well together one pound of flour, two full teaspoonfuls of BOBWICK'S GOLD MEDAL BAKING POWDER, a little salt and spice, and a ¿-lb. sugar ; rub in a ¿-lb. of butter, add six ounces of saltanas two ounces of currants, and one ounce of candied peel ; moisten the whole with two eggs, and half-a- teaspoonful of milk previously beaten...

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CRICKET. A SCRATCH MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 April 1897

CRICKET. A SCRATCH MATCH. As there was no association fixture for Saturday, a match was arranged between teams chosen by Messrs. Monaghan and Strother. The former's team were first to bat, and Webb and Angove faced the bowling of Marchant and Tideman. The scoring was slow at the start, but Webb livened up, and Tideman, whose forte is not bowling, was re- placed by Shaw. Then Marchant gave place   to Kelly, and his fifth ball gave Angove his quietus, that player being beaten by a break ball. W. Kelly joined Webb, and a long partnership resulted. The bowlers were frequently changed, but with no result, as each batsman played them with confidence. It was not until the score had reached 108. and the partnership had yielded 84 runs, that Webb's wicket was obtained in a rather peculiar manner. The batsman hit a ball into Chester's hands in the slips, but the latter did not accept it. Webb commenced to run, but the ball being smartly returned, the wicketkeeper had the bails of...

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ESPERANCE NEWS. Esperance, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 20 April 1897

ESPERANCE NEWS.   Esperance, Friday. A public meeting was held on Thursday to consider the sending of a delegate to the Premier to urge the construction of a tram- way to Gibson's Soak. The meeting ad- journed for a week. Mr. Flanagan has withdrawn from the political contest. This is likely to strengthen the position of Mr. Harney. Mr. Austin arrived in town to-day, and   speaks to-night.   The newly-formed masonic lodge held its   first ordinary meeting on Thursday. The steamer Industry arrived yesterday with 500 loads of timber for the local Government contracts. The holidays are passing quietly. No amusements were arranged. Many of the townspeople are camping out on the coast shooting and picnicking. The Rob Roy arrived from Albany this     morning, and has gone to Israelite Bay with mails. The weather is calm and cool. THE tender of Messrs. Norman & Covert at £1,198 has been accepted for the er...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. TUESDAY, APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 April 1897

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. TUESDAY, ¿PBXII 20. MABLOO, S.S., from Eastern Colonies. Fas sengers for here: Me dames Dancker and infant, Sullivan and 5 children ; Messrs Sullivan and Moyle ; MeFSrs niches, Dancker, Wanton, Sullivan and Dr, Wbytes. BOTHWELL CASTLK, s s., from Eastern Colo nies. Passengers for here : Mrs Harwood and three children, Miss Stephens, and Mr Payne. DAUMSTADT, G.M.S., from Bremen. Pas sengers fox here : Mesdames Ballotin and Dyson ; Messrs Cohen (2) aud family. Vincent, Beck, Tapliso, Dyson, Schneider, I Berman. Bailotin and 33 Italians.

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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 April 1897

MINING NOTES. Grand stone is being taken from Princess Margaret at Bulong. The Champion crushing al Nannine has averaged over 12|dwt. Thc Ivanhoe has crushed 744 tons during the mouth for 2,307oz. ' The Australian Coolgardie crushed 271 tons for 93Soz., the tailings assaying los. Thc first 20 tons of the reef in Hannan's Croesus has been sampled. It averaged 18-iz. lSJwt. The Bro «rn Hill mine has now sent 1,200 tons out of the 2,000 ordered to be sent to Dry Creak, South Australia.

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SPORTING NEWS. YORK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 April 1897

SPOfiTING NEWS. YORK RACES. The two day's race meeting at York proved very successful. Over 2,000 people were present on the first day. The results of the principal races were as follows : Selling Hurdle Race-W.B.C., 1 ; Main sheet. 2 ; Guardsman, 3. Flying Stakes-Miss Boolka, 1 ; Lady Clare, 2 ; Ella, 3. W.A. Plate-Laura, 1 ; Newbold, 2. Only two started. Won in a canter. Avon Plate-Blackrock, 1 ; Dora and Careless a dead heat for second place. On the second day lhere was again a large attendance. Results : Hurdle Race-Faultless, 1 ; Encounter, 2; Guardsman, 3. York Cup-Laura, 1 ; Blackrock, 2 ; Ella, 3. Dnke of York and Uproar also ran. Won easily. Time, 2min. 18sec. I Ladies' Purse-Maiusuect, 1 ; Sir, 2 ; Princess, 3. ! Easter Handicap-Dora, 1 ; Uproar, 2. Won easily._

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BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 April 1897

BOARD OP HEALTH. I At theconclnsion of the Council meeting on Tuesday evening, the Council resolved itself into a meeting of the local Board of Health. FINANCIAL STATEMENT. The receipts for the month amounted to £7 I5s 6d, and payments £7 ls 8d. The credit halance in the bank was *60 Ils 9A. Accounts to. the amount of £32 8s 4d were pissed for payment on the motion of Cr C. McKenzie, seconded by Councillor Knight. The medical officer. Dr. Evered, reported as follows :-The births registered and chargeable to the district for month ending March 31 were 18. The deaths for the same period were six. For the quarter ending March 31 the births were 45, giving an annual bi th rate of 60 per 1.000 on an estimated population of 3,000. The deaths for the quarter were 17. giving an annual death rate of 22 66 per 1,000. The causes of rfeath were catarrh, senile decay (2). dyscn try. Bright's disease, enteric fever, influenza, cancer, pythisis. pneumonia, peritonitis. Five deaths occurred in chil...

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The Advertiser. THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 April 1897

THURSDAY, APEIL 22, 1897^ -~ '.' THE war lietween Turkey and Greece has begun m grim earnest. Recent reports from Europe shew that tltgil opposing forces frere camped on tlmj? frontier faciug each other, and tiiat in gonie places 40 paces onjy divided them, ! They were described as grinning %fc eatfe | other like cats, and only waiting for the ; order to spring forward. The easy reach within which they stood explains "" the confusion of the earlier cables as to g the fighting. The fighting took place r along the uurthero frontier of Gteeçé,* and in so*ne places the Greeks, and^ñi¿| others the Turks, were successful. JOpl only point at which there tras any »hing like concentration was at the mountain pass leading towards the important town of Larissa. Here there was soine tning of tactics and leadership, and here the most important battle so far has been fought. The forces fought all through Saturday and Sunday for the possession of this very important pass, and the cablegrams indica...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 April 1897

A FOOLISH FBEAK.-Early on Tuesday morning just as the steamer Marloo had moored alongside the Town Jetty, a steerage passenger named Michael Currants, was observed to jump overboard {rom the fore" part of the vessel. He immediately ^ struck out for the piles and clambered to the jetty with the assistance of several bystanders. He pave no reason for his foolish freak; but said he would go on board and change his clothes. He appeared to be suffering from the effects of drink. Constable Cook took the man in charge, but released him when the ship's carpenter and several passengers 6aid they would look af*er him. He pro ceeded in the Marloo for Fremantle. MR. David Beg», of KalgoorUe, writes : "Tour African Medical Wonder has completely cured me of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint atid Chronic Constipation, and my wife would not be without W- ston,» Magic Pills and ¿-frican Medical Wt-der if they cost a sovereign a bottle. These valuable medicines have made a salutary and marked influence upon...

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