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SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 April 1897
ßHlPFINGr ITEMS. Tue steamer Bullama is expected from the Eastern Colonies on Thursday. The F.M.8. Polynesian is due here to-day from Colombo with. 60 tons of cargo. The B. M.S. Oroya is expected to-morrow from Colo.rn.bo with 100 tons of cargo for this port* The ship Silverhow will leave here for London to-day with 1,102 loads of ham timber. The B.M.S. Ballaarat is expected to arrive. . here from the Eastern Colonies ab .»ut six pjn. on Saturday. The steamer Marloo arrived from Adelaide at 4 50 a.m. on Tuesday and left for Fre I mantle at 2 p m. The_steamer Bothwell Castle arrived from. Adelaide at 2 40 p m. on Tuesday and left for Fremantle yesterday morning. The Norwegian barque Urania will leave the Deepwater Jetty this morning for South. Africa with 550 loads of Karri timber, ; The G. M.S. Darmstadt ari i ved from ' Colombo at 11.15 p.m. on Tuesday and dis charged 350 tons of cargo at the Deepwater ! Jetty. She left for the Eastern Colonies yesterday. ____________
THE GOLD OUTPUT. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 April 1897
THE GOLD OUTPUT. If the disposition of the financial world towards West Australian mining were influenced by developments, there have been (says the Western Mail Kal goorlie') during tbe present 3ear sufficient to create a far greater boom than any yet ex perienced , The rich tellnride discoveries that nave been made in almost a dozen mines ; the marvellous yields from ore «ent to South Australia from the Brown Hill and other properties ; the wonderful strike of almost pure gold in th*; Great Boulder ; the good prospects opened up in the 300ft. levels of the Great Boulder, Ivanhoe, and Mount Char lotte mines-and many other cheering indi cations of auriferous wealth most have had a very pronounced effect, were it not that the fluctuations of the money market are affected by circumstances. that in the main have nothing whatever to do with the value of the mineral resources of the fields. The gold re torna for March afford another striking proof that the mining industry continues to ad...
KATANNING v. EAST ALBANY. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 April 1897
KATANNING V. EAST ALBANY. A match was played on Tuesday between ' Katanning and Past Albany on the local ' ground. Tho visitors were first to bat and the captain sent in Rafferty aud Temby to faof the bowling ol Webb and P. Kelly. Webb's first over was a maiden and then Rafferty scored two off Kelly. The first bal], of Webb's next over proved fatal to Temby who was caught by Fruin. Newton joined Rafferty and 10 runs were added for thc second wicket. C. Newton reached double firmes and was then caught by Jeffery «ff Webb. W. Newton made a very pood stand and batted nicely for 17. 8evea wickets fell for 48 and thc last three only added SÍ ven, bringing the total to 55. Webb aid P. ; Kelly bowled throaph-mt, the former claim J i"B h tor S» and the latter 7 for 23. Kelly - bowled one wide. The local players made a very bad stat t, Webb being caught and bowled in Banford's first over and Kelly being bowled for 0 by Watkins. It was rather un usual to see these two clayers retire without s...
THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. DUNDAS ELECTIONS ADDRESS BY MR. HARNEY. Esperance, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 April 1897
THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. DUNDAS ELECTIONS ADDRESS 2>Y MB. HARNEY. Esperance, Tuesday. Mr. Harney addressed a meeting last night. Three hundred and fifty peisons were pre sent and the Mayor was in the chair. The candidate explained he was contesting a Coolgardie seat, but gave way to make room for Mr. Morgans, who WRB a powerful., advocate of the goldfields interests. He wanted to represent Dundas BO as to work in conjunction with Morgansand secure the Es perance-Norse man-Cool gardie Ballway. He said he was an independent candidate, but in a powerful speech made a v igorous attack on the Government policy. He favored the revision of the mining laws, and reduction of the tariff. He is a po werf cl orator and roused the meeting considerably. In answering questions he failed to give a i satisfactory explanation of how Mr. Morgans ! was advocating the Coolgardie-Norseman i Railway, while he advocated the Esperance I Norseman line, yet he supposed they were working for one object. At th...
ALBANY TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 April 1897
ALBANY TOWN COUNCIL. Tbe fortnightly mee: ina; of the above Town Council -«vas held on Tuesday evening. Present-The Mayor (Mr. John Moir), Crs. Mews, James, E night and C. McKenzie. MATOB'S BEPOET. The Mayor's report read as follows :-" Durr ing the past fortnight a fairamount of work has been done on Middleton-road and the mak ingof astonedrain in Duke-street. Owing to the scarcity of better quality of gravel within easy reach of the mure central portions of the town, and there being urgent need for the opening of a fresh supply for Middleton-road, I have instructed the Town Clerk to make application to the Government for lots 400 and 401 off Middleton-road at present held by the trustees of the Church of England, who are willing to make an exchange for the f rout lot, and th^re is a very eood gravel pit on these lots and it is handy to the road. I trust the Government will accede to the request. ACKNOWLEDGMENT OP LETTERS. A letter was received from the Under-sec retary for Lands, ...
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN V. PERTH EIGHTEEN. THIRD DAY. A WIN FOR THE ELEVEN. Perth, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 April 1897
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN V. PERTH EIGHTEEN. THIRD DAY. A WIN FOB THE ELEVEN. Perth. Tuesday. The eighteen continued their innings to day and scored 198 before the last wicket fell, f-'adler and Walker playing beautiful cricket. This left the eleven 69 to get to win and this they, accomplished without the loss of a wicket, Darling and Gregory each making 35. Scores : COMBINED EIGHTEEN-1st innings 102. Second Innings. Ten for 72 at conclusion of second day's play. Sadleir, b Green .37 Walker, c Darling, b GiflVn ... 42 Ellis, run out.22 Caldwell, b Jones.14 Selk, b Giffen . 7 Moore, not out . 7 Harris, b Jones . 2 Bishop, b Jones . 0 Sundries .15 * Total .198 Bowling analysis.-Trott 4 for 49. McKib bin 5 for 54, Jones 3 for 28, Green 1 for 14, Giffen 2 for 38. AUSTRALIA*} ELEVES.-First innings 232 Second Innings. Darling, not ont .35 Gregory, not out .35 Total for no wickets 70 THE first hansom cab was seen in the streets of Albany yesterday. It was imported by Mr. S. J. Loxtoa. DEAFNESS...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 April 1897
B Business 7) Ñ M A R C H E, LIMITED. G A B (í EE O, P I M A N T & CO. Thank their numeróos Customers in ALB AN F and SURROUNDING DISTRICTS for their past magnificent Support, and beg to announce that they have privately FLOATED THEIB POPULAR STORES INTO A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, the late MANAGING PARTNERS retaining a large Interest in the NEW CONCERN. ALL ORDERS FROM ALBANY will have Special Attention and Prices charged apd Quality given will be iu keeping with THE BON MABCHE'S PAST BRILLIANT BECOBD. _BON MARCHE LIMITED._165m ^ Y. H ASSELL, & COY. AUCTIONEERS, LAND, STOCK, STATION, SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND GENERAL AGENTS Agenta-Phoenix Fire Office and National Mutual Life Association of Australia. YORK STREET, ALB AN Y. 155f JOHN M OIR & COY., MEBCHANTS, SHIPPING, COMMISSION, INSURANCE AND GENERAL AGENTS. -io: IMPOBTEBS OF WINES, SPIRITS, & BEERS. GROCERIES fc OILMEN'S STORES. CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVED AND DEALT WITH. GOODS RECEIVED AND STOBED. A U C ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 April 1897
BORWICK'S BAKING E POWDER. Z CONTAINS NO| ALUM AND IS A WELL-KNOWN PURE ENGLISH MANUFATURE OF WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION. A FEWjRECEIPESjFOR HOUSE HOLD USE. AN EXCELLANT SEED CAKE.-Take i-lb. batter and |-lb. white sifted sogar, beat with the band 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 BORWICKS GOLD MEDAL BAKING POWDEE ; add ?|-oz. carraway seeds and beat again for ten minâtes, bake at once in a qnick oven abont one hoar. This cake wonld be equally nice made with ¿-lb. currants instead of carraway seeds. To MAKE A GOOD PLAIN CAKE.-Mix well together one, pound of flour, two full teaspoonfnls of BORWICK'S GOLD MEDAL BAKING POWDER, a little salt and spice, and a ¿-lb. sugar ; rub in a ¿-lb. of butter, add six ounces of sultanas two ounces of currants, and one ounce of candied peel ; moisten the whole with two eggs, and Ualf-a teaspoonful of milk previously beaten t...
MURCHISON RAILWAY. OPENING CEREMONY. Perth, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 April 1897
MURCHISON RAILWAY. OPENING CEREMONY. Perth, Wednesday. Cue railway was formally opened by tbe Premier amid great enthusiasm yesterday. The special train arrived in One at 2 30, only balf-an-honr late. There was an immense crowd at the station. The Premier was cordially received, and was presented with an address. After he had replied, a procession was formed, and marched through the town. On arriving opposite the Municipal Chambers another address was presented by the Council. A great banqcet was held in the evening, at which 300 were present, lt was held in a specially-constructed Hessian tent, and was handsomely decorated. JuEt after the pro ceedings had commenced, a'Cbtnese lantern nearly set fire to the whole place. A guest tore it down just as the Hessian had caught alight. The Premier delivered a long speech, which was enthusiastically received.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 April 1897
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, and DEATHS &nbsp; DEATH. THOMAS.—On the 3rd April at her resid- ence, Parade-st., Albany, Celia, the beloved wife of W. H. Thomas and second daughter &nbsp; of the late Mr. J. Wray, of Albany. 453L MARRIAGE. O'DWYER—WILSON—On March 13, at &nbsp; Denmark, near Albany, by the Rev Father Flood, John Francis, eldest son of J. F. and M. G. O'Dwyer, of South Melbourne, to Mary Elizabeth, only daughter of Mrs Cassy Wilson, Albany (late Adelaide.) 465L IN MEMORIAM. In sad and loving remembrance of our dear uncle, Richard Thomas Herbert, who died on February 28, 1897, aged 52 years. Call not back the dear departed, Soon to meet and part no more ; Far beyond this world of changes, Far beyond this world of care, We shall find onr missing loved one In our Father's mansion fair. —Inserted by his loving nieces and nephews &nbsp; 459L &nbsp;
DEPARTURES. FRIDAY, APRIL 23. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
DEPARTURES^ FSÏDAY, Apen. 23. UB0T4, B.M.8., for Eastern Colonies. Fas seagers from here : Mesdames Hunter and two children, Hardwick, Plant, Davies, Bleechmore, Thatcher. Gatwood, Bobbins, Sanderson,Dalton,Bonteau, Misses McClure and Thomas, Messrs. Chamberlain, Swin burne, Coats, Allnutt, Medlyn, Norcutt, Clarke, Dunn. Hunter, McPbee, Hardwick, Dunn, Fleming, Fenwick, London, Nor man (2), Sbannagban, Smith (2), Steven son, Thatcher, Halfright, Phetson, Oates, Powell, Wilson, Works, Doust, Bobbins, Horsburgh, Martin, Holmes, Sparks, Nicholson, Byan, Dalton, Tiddy, Fenwick.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. THURSDAY, APRIL 22. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -0 ABBIVALS. THTJBSDAT, APRIL 22. WAROONGA, S.S., from the Eastern Colonies. ¿ laescngerß for here : Mesdames Pryor and 5 children, Gainje, Fletcher and 3 children, Miss Richardson, Messrs Gainje, Fletcher, Ga:T, Foster and Doyle. FRIDAY, APRIL 23. OSOTA, R.M S... from Jx>ndon. Passengers foa here : Mesdames Pearce, Ridsdale and five children, Crisp and family ; Miss Charter aod Norse Combley; Messrs Dann, Pearce, Hooper, Witliams, Hammond, Ferens, Smith, Foalds, Charter, Ridsdale, Cowie, Young and son, Gregory, Robert son, Rule, Crisp. Turner, Harrison, Hurley, Schofield, Rickerby, Winlack, Dickenson, Garland, Ryan, Dimmock, Edwards, Wick, Allen, Baxter, Wright, Lean, Whyte, Leveson, Waters and 18 Italians.
VICTORIA. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
VICTORIA. -? ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. Melbourne, Thursday. I A suicide took place in the Yana this afternoon near Bichmond, when a yoong woman with a child ia her arms threw her self into the river. Two men, named John Collins and Wm. Beidy, were passing, and Collins iamped in and brought her to the bank. Beidy, who is a medical student, tried to restore life, but was unsuccessful. Some handkerchiefs found on the body were marked J.T.S, but there was nothing further to lead to identification. THE COLONIAL BANK. Melbourne, Friday. A meeting of the Colonial Bank has been held. It was stated that a careful investiga tion showed that to provide against all losses over £500,000 was required which means a call of £2 a share. THE RAILWAYS. The approximate loss on last year's work ing of the Victorian railways was £340,000.
QUEENSLAND. NEW GUINEA GOLDFIELDS. DYING OF FEVER. Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
QUEENSLAND. NEW GUINEA GOLDFIELDS. DYING OF FiSVEB. Brisbane, Thursday. On '-Vednesday the crew of the wrecked schooner Myrtle arrived in the Warrego Speaking of New Guinea, whence the schooner sailed, the second mate state 1 that he was iuformed that men were dying on the fields like sheep. Parties had gone out never to return, and their friends bad not known whether they died from fever, or were killed by the natives. Communications which have reached the office of the Home Secretary point to a very serious state of affairs in New Guinea. There is an epidemic of dengue fever, so bad tbat nearly the whole of the residents are down with it. The warders in the gaol have succumbed. By the consent of the adminis trators the prisoners were released, and the gaol converted into a hospital. The more hardened criminals enjoyed comparative immunity, but even they at last were stricken down.
NEW ZEALAND. EXECUTION OF BOSCHER. THE PETONE MURDERER. Wellington, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
NEW ZEALAND. EXECUTION OP BOSCHES. THE PETONE MUBDEBEB. Wellington. Thursday. Boscher was executed yesterday. He was very calm, and beyond expressing thanks at the kind treatment he had received while in gaol, he said nothing of importance. He left a statement admitting having committed the crime, but he said nothing about the motive. WBECK OP THE ZULEIKA. Wellington, Thursday. The ship Zuleika from Dunedin to Welling ton was wrecked at Palliser Bay on Friday night during a storm. The rocks were dan j gerously near and the vessel struck. An I attempt to launch the boats proved unsuccess ful, and the crew first took to the rigging and then to the forecastle, and subsequently took ; refuge in the rigging awain. The masts showing 6igns of giving way the crew sought the jibboom, but eventually the vessel lurched [ and all were thrown into the water. Many of the men who were able to swim struck our for the shore, on which the sea was breaking with a deafening roar. Those unable to swim c...
The Advertiser. SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
I SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 189?. THE General Election frill be in foll swing in little mere than, a week, if tibe term *« foll swing " can be applied to something about which there is no vigor. The position in this part of the colony ia perhaps as bad as it is in the North-West or in the Bunbury region. There are three local constitaenâes Williams, Plantagenet, and Albany and in none of them is there any live pnblic utterest. .Not one of the three candidates has yet spoken, and not one of them is at the present time on the - scene of action. With regard to Mr. Piesse, he is on duty in the Eastern Colonies, and he lias issued a short address in which he sets forth his views, fie makes a strong point in his address of the maintaineace of the tariff, and takes it for granted that the présent agitation for the reform of the tariff 4§ only the beginning of a straggle ^ . tween Protection and Free Trade. la the coarse of his address Mr. Piessp describes himself as a " moderate PJKK- . ' tectio...
KATANNING v. NORTH ALBANY. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
KATANNING V. NORTH ALBANY. A match was played on Wednesday between the above clubs. North Albany had J.difficu!ty in obtaining a team and had only nine men to bat. Katanning batted first and Rafferty and Ranford put on 36 for the first wicket. Rafferty again gave a stonewalling exhibi tion, and was in a long while for 5. Ran ford, who W88 missed before he scored, reached 28. Temby gave another good ex hibition for 15. Baker and G. Newtan each contributed ll. The total reached 102. Two players stood out very prominently among the fieldsmen. Thess were Tidetnao and Hansom. The latter was put on as second chang« and secured 8 for 33. He was able to get a lot of work on the ball, and the North captain would do well to me him more in club matches. Tideman ca 'ght four batsmen and stumped one, a psrfermanca worthy of the best wicketkeeper. Cex te k 1 for 21, Shaw 0 for Si, Monaghan 0 far 13. Shaw and Tideman opened for the North and bad scored- 46 before Tideman was eanght by Smith off C....
SMALLPOX ON THE F.M.S. POLYNESIAN. TWO CASES REPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
SMALLPOX QN THE F.M.S. j POLYNESIAN. ! -? TWO CASES REPOSTED. The French mail steamer Polynesian arrived from Marseiiles' on Thursday after noon. She was flying the yellow flag, and the pilot was therefore debarred from going on board, but the French captain brought her safely into the harbor. The resident medical officer, Sr. Ingoldby, boarded the vessel from the Dunskey, and he was in formed that there were two suspicious cases of fever amongst the crew. Dr. Robinson was sent for, and on arrival a consultation was held between the two medical officers, who decided that the cases were those of modified smallpox. The two men developed symptoms of the disease immediately on leaving Colombo. When the decision of the doctors was made known, the Polynesian was quarantined. The Albany cargo, 80 tons, was then placed in a lighter, together with the mails, and subjected to ti e much abused process of fumigation. The cargo was then landed at the Deepwater Jetty. There were five passengers f...