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LATEST CABLES. Uneasiness in England. The Battle of Moluna Pass. Bombardment of Prevasa. Fighting in Raveni Pass Continued. Severe Battles. Successes for both Sides. The Turkish Commander Seeks Reinforcements. Edhem Pasha massing his Forces. The Greeks Attack Maluna Pass. Heavy Losses. London, Wednesday, 7.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
LATEST CABLES. Uneasiness in England,. The Battle of Moluna Pass. Bombardment of Prevasa. Fighting in Baveni Pass Continued. Severe Battles. Successes for both Sides. The Turkish Commander Seeks Beinfor cements. JEdhem Pasha massing his Forces. -?-: The Greeks Attaok Mallina Pass. Heavy Losses. London, Wednesday, 7.40 p.m. The Dake of Sparta reports that General Smolenski has repulsed the Turks in Revini Pass, the assailing army having lost 14,000 men io seven assaults. The post commands one of the chief en trances into Thessaly. The irregulars have been engaged near Salónica and lost one hundred men. A second Turkish squadron consisting of three warships, five torpedo boats, and four steamers converted into cruisers has passed through the Dardanelles under sealed orders. The Turks bombarded tbe military hospital at Arta despite that upon it was flown the Red Gross flag. The Greek police have been organised as a military force, and proceed to the frontier. London, Wednesday, 12.5 p....
REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
BE POETS. Captain Savage, of the Waroonga, reports as follows :-Left Melbourne at ? 30 p.m. on the 13th instant, and arrived at Adelaide on the evening of the 15th instant. Resumed the voyage at 6 30 p.m. on the 17th instant, and arrived at Albany on the i?2nd instant. Experienced variable trinds and fine weather to Adelaide, thence strong head winds and seas to the 20th inst., and variable winde thence to arrival.
TURKEY AND GREECE Slaughter of Retreating Greeks. Capture of Turnavos by the Turks. A Heroic Turkish General. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
TURKEY AMD GREECE Slaughter of Retreating Greelcs. Capture of Tumavos bp the Turks. A Heroic Turkish General. London, Wednesday, 6.10 a.m. The Turks, from the heights of Malnna, fired on the retreating Greeks in the plain below, and effected terrible slaughter, the shells bursting; among the battalions when in close marching order. The Greeks left 1,000 men killed or wounded on the plain. The straggle has been renewed at Tnrnavos. The Turkish artillery silenced the Greek batteries, and compelled the Greeks to evacuate the town. The Athens correspondent of the Times says the conflict has been removed to the country south of Damais where the Turkish batteries are engaging the Greek artilleiy at Zarkos. When these points are occupied Ed hem Pasha will order an advance upon Larissa and the Turkish army should then reach the town with ease. The Turkish General Bafiz Pasha who was killed on Sunday was 80 years of age. He was leading the attack in Malana Pass when his orderly suggested tha...
SPORTING NEWS. ONKAPARINGA, RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
SPORTING NEWS. -? ONKAPARINGA. RACES. This was the most successful meeting ever held, 16,000 people being present. Results: Onkaparinga Oap-Lord Grenville, 1; Thunder Queen, 2 ; Damper, 3. Won easily. Thunder Queen was a great favorite. Steeplechase-Eclipse, 1 ; Daondiah, 2 ; Larrikin, 3. The favorite, Grassmere, fell at the first hurdle. Won by two lengths. Dividend, £31 5s. Railway Stakes-Alveary, 1 ; Limelight, 2; Marryatville, 3. Won easily.
SYDNEY RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
SYDNEY BaCING. The following were the resalte: Champagne Stakes-Aurum. 1 ; Amberite. 2; Elnorte, 3. Gold Cap.-Tricolor, 1 ; Kallatina, 2; Loch Leigh, 3. Hopscotch held the lead till near the distance, whoo Kat latina went to the front bat the latter could not hold off Tricolor who won bj three lengths. Time, 3min. 31|sec.
OUR OPEN COLUMN. BOAT OVERCROWDING. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
OUR OPEN COLUMN, BOAT OVEBCfiOWDLW». TO TZ a EDITOR. SIB,-I wish te call the attention of the proper authorities to a scandalous ease of overcrowding of the s.s. Dunskey en Easter Monday, and will thank yon for the inser tion of my letter. The Dunskey oh Easter Monday plied between the Albany Town Jetty and Oyster Bay. She made three out ward journeys, each time apparently carry ing a full complement of passengers. At Oyster Bay the arrangements for landing were extremely dangerous, and imperilled life, consisting of narrow planks from the vessel's side to the ecaaty beaeh. Here, as many people know, the beach is very narrow, and takes a sudden dip to a dangerous depth. Across this the planks were stretched, and the passengers had to pick their way-luckily without mishap, bat not without many heart shakings. That Bach a condition of affaii3 should continue is scandalous. But the sub ject matter of this letter is more serious. The skipper of the Dunskey (evidently to eave coal) decid...
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. RECEPTION AT COOLGARDIE. Coolgardie, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
j THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. I RECEPTION AT COQLGAUDIE. Coolgardie, Friday. Giffen's eleven arrived at Coolgardie yes terday and were given a right royal reception. They were me* at toe station by two six-in band drags at:d driven to the Council Cham bers sad cordially welcomed. Several toasts *Ç>e Snored. Tho j then visited the ground - and the Lion Brewery where there was more spee.hmaking. Finally they landed at the Grand Hotel where they are staying. The manager of the Australian Steven, Mr Moystyn Evan, informed Mr. E. C. B. Keyser I this week when in Perth, that the Australian Eleven would play an Albany Eighteen on their return from Perth and the goldfields. The date has not yet been fixed, but will pro bably be about May 7. This shosld be an incentive for local players to practice duriBg the next fortnight, before the team is selected.
THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. THE ALBANY ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. THE ALBANY ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR. BIB,-In consequence of private matters having lately ariBen, it is not my intention to stand for this constituency at the forth coming election. I have notified Mr. Leake by letter to-day. -I am, &c, I FRANK B. DYMBS. Albany, W.A., April 21,1897. Esperance, Thursday. The political campaign is being continued vigorously since Mr. Hamey's meeting. Several complaints are made of ratting from the other candidates' committees. Mr. Austin left for Norseman yesterday. Mr. Harney will address a meeting on Monday next Mr. Connolly will probably return to Es perance next week and address Esperance again. Owing to the unsuitableness of the Elec toral Act to this district, it is probable there will be serious inconvenience cursed owing i to opportunities not tiing provid i the elec tors to record their votes. A deputy return ing officer will probably be despatched to Israelite and Eucla for the purpose of taking votes there. The...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
BORWICK'S BAKING S POWDER.!' CONTAINS NO ALUM AND IS A WELL-KNOWN PURK ENGLISH MANUFATURE OF WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION. A FEW RECEIPES FOR HOUSE HOLD USE. AH EXCELLAKT SEED CAKE.-Take |-lb. batter aad ^-Ib. white sifted sugar, heat with, the hand well together to a cream, add 3 eggs ene at a time and well beat each one with the butter aad sogar, dredge in ^-lb. floor previously mixed with ene full teaspoonful BORWICKS GOLD MEDAL BAKING POWDEB ; add i-oz. carraway seeds send beat again for tea minutes, bake at once ia a quick oven about one boor. This cake would be equally nice made with ¿-lb. carrants instead of garraway seeds. To MAKE A GOOD PLAIN CAKE.-Mix ¡ well together oae pound of floor, two fall teaspoonfuls ©f BenwiCK's GOLD MEDAL BAKING POWDEB, a little salt and spice, and a ¿-lb. sogar ; rub in a ¿-lb. of batter, add six ouaces of sultanas two ounces of currants, and one ounce of candied peel ; moisten the whole with two eggs, and half-a teaspoonful of milk previously beaten t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
Business ßOU MASCHE, LIMITED. O A E O E E G, f> I M A N T & CO. Thank their numerous Customers in ALBANY and SURROUNDING DISTRICTS for their past magnificent Support, and beg to announce that they hare privately FLOATED THEIR POPULAS STORES INTO A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, Che late MANAGING PARTNERS retaining a large Interest in the NEW CONCEBN. ALL ORDERS FROM ALBANY viii have Special Attention and Prices charged and Quality given vail be in keeping with THE BON MARCUS'S PAST BRILLIANT RECORD. 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. _ YORK STREET, ALBANY._155f JOHN MOIR & COY., MERCHANTS, SHIPPING, COMMISSION, INSURANCE AND GENERAL AGENTS. -:o: IMPORTERS OF WINES, SPIRITS, & BEEBS. GROCERIES & OILMEN'S STOBES. CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVED AND DEALT WITH. GOODS RECEIVED AND STORED. AUCTIONE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
Shipping. THE PENINSULAR &ORIENT AL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE P. & O. S. N. COM PANY, nuder contract with the Imperial, New South ' Wales, Victorian, and Sonth Australian Governments, will despatch the following steamers for London, calling' at Colombo, Aden, Brindisi, Malta, Gibraltar, and Plymouth : Ballaarat Borne ... Himalaya Oceana.. Victoria 4890 6S45 6898 6603 6527 T. S. Angus A. B. Daniell A. W Adamson; E. Stewart WDGWorc6Bfer April way Jane BATES OF PASSAGE MONET .. To London-First Saloon £00 to £70. Second Saloon, .£35, JS37, & £¥). Beturn Tickets from .£65 to JË115. 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 have been thoroughly reorganised, and the accomo dation which the Company now offers is un surpassed. Passage money can be paid here for passage from England. Liberal concessions made to families. Passengers booked t...
CRICKET. EAST v. WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
CRICKET. BAST v. W,£¡BT. The following wïH represent &lt; he East Ward in their match, to-day :- W. Kellv, T. Kelly, A. Jeffery. B. Keyser, G. Fruin, F. Paskett, 1. Webb» B. Anketell, T. Brown, T. Feely, H. Davies ; emergencies, C. Mead and P. Pater son.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 April 1897
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, and DEATHS &nbsp; &nbsp; IN MEMORIAM. In sad and loving remembrance of our dear ancle, Richard Thomas Herbert, who died on February 28, 1897, aged 52 years, &nbsp; Call not back the dear departed, &nbsp; Soon to meet and part no more ; &nbsp; Far beyond this world of changes. &nbsp; Far beyond this world of care, We shall find oar missing loved one In our Father's mansion fair. &nbsp; —Inserted by his loving nieces and nephews. 459L
THE DUNDAS GOLDFIELD. AN EXPERTS OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 April 1897
THE DUNDAS GOLDFIELD. AN EXPEBTS OPINION. Mr. B. Krebs, manager of the Princess Alice mine, Norseman, who is at present in Albany, was interviewed by a representative of the Advertiser as to his opinion of the Dundas goldfield. He said the reason why the Dundas and Norseman fields were so mach in the background with regard to the output of gold was that a great number of companies bad been floated with insufficient j capital and at a time when practical miners were scarce, the result being that ander the 'labor conditions inefficient men had to be ; obtained and paid miner's wages. Very little nsef ul work was thus done in return for the money spent. Funds soon became exhausted and a number of the mines had to close up. If mines were formed on a sound basis at Norseman and Dundas with plenty of capital and above all, careful management, they would give splendid returns. The one great want of these fields was a railway and the fate of Norseman hangs on the result of the present railw...
NEW SOUTH WALES. LAMP ACCIDENT. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 April 1897
NEW SOUTH WALES. LAMP ACCIDENT. Sydney, Monday. Mr. A. F. Lee-Steere, of Newcastle, bas met with an accident. While in the act of dressing he was seized with a fit and a lamp ignited his beard. He was badly barned about the face and neck. He is an old gen tlemen and mach respected in Newcastle. BASQUE ADEELLA. The barque Adrella from Fre nantie, in ballast, has ashore on Stockton Beach near Newcastle. All hands were saved. The vessel may be saved.
INTERCOLONIAL. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. SUPPOSED BUSH MURDER. Adelaide, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 April 1897
INTERCOLONIAL. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. SUPPOSED BUSH MUBDEB. Adelaide, Saturday. A telegram received from Streaky Bay states that some three months ago two men named Beard and Richards left there to go kangarooing. Beard returned without his companion, who, he said, bad gone away. Later on Beard was noticed to be wearing some of the massing man's clothes. The police were informed of the matter, and on a search being m vie a quantity of Richards' clothing was found t Beard's bouse. Beard was at once arrested on the charge of illegally having goods in bis possession. At the trial Beard stated that Richards shot himself. Beard also declared that ne buried bim, and would show the police where the body had been interred. He took them near Mount Hall and the body of Richards was exhumed, bsing covered with only a foot of earth. There was a ballet wound in the skull. Another mate of Beard's is alleged to have suddenly disap peared last winter, and was supposed to have gone west. The police are in...
ESPERANCE NEWS. Esperance, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 April 1897
ESPERANCE NEWS.N ? ? Esperance, Friday. A heavy south-easterly gale was blowing with rain squalls yesterday night and heavy showers fell, and at eight o'clock this morn ing 82 points had been registered. This is' the heaviest fall since November. The past twelve months rainfall totalled only 16£in., this being the lowest in the memory of the pioneers, The Council at a meeting held yesterday night read communications from varions doctors respecting the public appointments. Doctor Black has been temporarily appointed Health Officer. The Natives Association held a successful Cinderaila dance last night. Many political party colors were worn by the dancers. The geneial opinion in town is adverse to taking action as to the construction of a tramway to Gibson's Soak at present. Tte Bev. Bobbing, Wesleyan minister, will be accorded a welcome next we* k. ! CUSTOMS BB VENUE.-TheCnstom receipts j for the present month amount to £4,199 6s j 8d the harbor dues, &c, to £913 2s ¿ld, mak i...