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LATEST CABLES. Capture of Nezeros by the Turks. Evacuation of Larissa. The Greeks Retiring to Pharsala. London, Friday 1.5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 April 1897
LATEST CABLES. Capture of UTeseros by the Turks. Evacuation of Larissa. The Greeks Retiring to JPharsala. London, Friday 1.5 p.m. The, Turks have captured Nazeros and Bapsani and the Greeks have re treated to Maklycholi, ; half way to Larissa. There being a diffinlty about an in fantry attack upon Krikili, the fierce artillery duel continues. Owing to large losses of stores at Katerina from the bombardment, Edbem Pasha has detached 10,000 men feariog an attack in the rear. 7.45 p.m. The Greeks have bombarded Kara bnrun in the Gulf of Salonika and Agioi opposite Coreaos. It is reported that the Sultan, irritated at the obstinate defence by the Greeks of Turno vas, has dismissed Edhem Pasha from the command and appointed Ghazi Osman, Commander in Chief, and Saadedin Pasha commander at Janina. [Osman Pasha is the hero of the de fence of Plevna in 1877 against the Russians.-ED. A.A.~\ Fifty thousand redifs have been sent to the frontier to reinforce the Turkish army. The Duke of Sparta ...
THE GLENBROOK TRAGEDIES. R.M.S. MARIPOSA AT AUCKLAND. BUTLER INTERVIEWED. EXTRAORDINARY CONDUCT. Auckland, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 April 1897
THE GLENBROOK TRAGEDIES. B M.S. MA BIPOSA AT AUCKLAND. BUTLEB INTERVIEWED. EXTBAOBDINABY CONDUCT. Auckland, Saturday. The B.M.S. Mariposa came alongside che wharf at 11 o'clock a.m. yesterday. A cordon of police kept the crowd behind the barricades and the vessel was closed, to visitors. Butler, was reclining on the floor in his bunk, leg-ironed, in a cabin on the portaide rmid ship. Butler requested an audience of the newspaper reporters.andseveralreport shad a conversation with him. He was tn i. i airy cabin, from which all the fittings ba » kaen removed. The bank was fixed on the floor. Butler, who was leg-ironed and chained to a staple in the deck, .was elad in pyjau rs and slippers. He held a novel abd smoked a pipe' and wore a short beard. He looked - rough and determined character, and one w &lt;io was fit for anything. He was occasionally violent, and once or twice during tue interview ex ploded with ferocious outbreaks. The re porte"? were distinctly on sufferance. ...
CANNING PARK RACES. Perth, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 April 1897
CANNING PABK RACES. Perth, Monday. At the Canning Park Baces on Saturday last there were about 1,000 people present. Besults : FLYING HANDICAP. Miss Boolka . 1 Laura . 2 Thunder. . 3 Won comfortably by three lengths, JUVENILE HANDICAP. Perfection. 1 Nancy . 2 Tatheroo ... - . 3 BRUSH STEEPLECHASE. Cressey . 1 First Bolt... ... ... ... 2 Idalium. ... ... 3 AUCTION STAKES. Albion. . 1 ! Hoey . 2 Blue Bell... . 3 MADDINGTON STAKES. ! Moonlight ... ... ... 1 Frailty ... . 2 . Aggie . 3 WELTES HANDICAP. Cressy . ... 1 Carbonate... ... ... ... 2 War" Dan^e . 3
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. SATURDAY, APRIL 24. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 April 1897
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -» ABBIVALS. SATURDAY, APBIL 24. I BOCKTON, S.S., from Fremantle. Passenger:: for here : Messrs Smart, Trevana, anti . Dunn. I i GABO, s.s., from Eastern Colonies. Passen gers for here : Mrs Hayam ; Witton anu ¡ Hayam. BOB BOT, S.S., from Esperance, Passenge for here : Mrs Browne ; Miss Geddes : Messrs Browne, Raitt, Caleman, McKenz:&lt;¿ . and Bichardson. SUNDAY, APBIL 25. BALLAARAT, B.M.S., from Adelaide. Pas sengers for here : Mesdames Donaldson, Manson (2) and two children, Davis and infants, Harding, Richards and two child- ! ren, Peacock, Patton, McCrae, Gos, Mc- j Dermott and child, Fourelle and two in fants, and two children, McPherson, Hope and child, Vassal, Yonng, Southcombe, and Greville ; Miss* s Nairn, George (2), Beid. Challenger, Thompson (3), Hasson, McGee, Illingworth, McDowell, and Thomson ; Messrs Manson, Phillips, Stewart Patton, Barr, Peacock, Morrison, Dodd, O'Connor, Hewitson, Vassal, Thomson, Tardif, Cole, Danker, Bishop, Colto...
DEPARTURES. SATURDAY, APRIL 24. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 April 1897
DEPARTURES. SATURDAY, APRIL 24. BOCKTON, s.s, for Bastera Colonies. Pas sengers from here: Messrs Spencer, Hacker, Westwood, Be to ra, Mills, McKenzie, Tolley and Lyons. SUNDAY, APBU. 25. BALLAABAT, B.M.S., for Colombo. Passen gers from here : Messrs, Robinson, Goode, . Copley, Bailey, Whitworth, Burge, De Winton, Deakin, and three Afghans.
SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 April 1897
SHIPPING ITEMS. The steamer Marloo is expected from Fre mantle to-morrow morning. The steamer La Serena arrived from Fre mantle yesterday morning with coal. The F.M.8. Ville de la Ciotât is due on Thursday morning from the Eastern Colonies. The steamer Koonoowarra is doe here to morrow from the Eastern Colonies with 20 tons of cargo. The steamer Bob Boy arrived from Esper ance on Saturday and returned yesterday with 46 tons of cargo. * The B.M.S. Oceania is expected to arrive from Colombo early on Thursday morning. She will discharge 200 tons of cargo here. The Bteamer Bockton from Fremantle, arrived here at 6.40 p.m. on Saturday and resumed her voyage to the Eastern Colonies at S 15 p.m. The steamer Gabo arrived from Adelaide at ll p.m. on Saturday, and after discharging 80 tons of cargo left for Fremantle at 7.40 am. on Sunday.
A GOOD CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 April 1897
A GOOD CHARACTER. Pears Soap is pare, delightful and refreshing. \ F. A. H. Weston's African Medical Wonder cures Chronic Constipation, Kidney, I iver, Blood and Skin Diseases, and is the best Nerve Food the world of botany can produce. ' Is, curative action cn the liver, elegent but g&lt; nile aperient properties, and wonderful Tome qual ties, have commended them-íelves to my seit' and wi e (neeDocy Stewart.)"- S fened, ! Henry U. Harwood, late Harwood & Co., proprietors Theatre Boyal, Melbourne. Price, 3s. 6d- ; dose, 10 drops. Bead the advertise ment.*
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 April 1897
Shipping. niHE PENINSÜLAB &ORIEÎÎTAL X STEAM NAVIGATION COMP ANT, THE P. & O. S. N. COM PANY, under contract with the Imperial, New South _ 1 Wales, Victorian, and South Australian Governments, will despatch the following ßteamers for London, calling at Colombo, Aden, Brindisi, Malta, Gibraltar, and Plymouth : Steamers. Bone ... Himalaya Oceara.. Victoria Toni, Commas dar. Leaving "King George*! Bound. 6545 6898 6603 6527 A. B. Daniell A. "W Adamson E. Stewart WT)G Worcester «Tay 8 " 22 Jane S 19 BATES or PASSAGE MONET : To London-First Saloon £60 bo £70. Second Saloon, JB35, ¿37, & £40. Return Tickets from «£65 to ¿115. Return Tickets between any of the Eastern Colonies and New Zealand are now available for G (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 concessio...
TURKEY AND GREECE Foreign Legion Going to the Front. Severe Defeat of the Greeks. London, Friday, 7.35. a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 April 1897
TURKEY AND GREECE Foreign Legion Going to the Front, Severe Defeat oftlie Greeks. London, Friday. 7.35. a.m. The American Senate has referred a motion relative to sympathy with Greece to the Foreign Committee. Keports from i arissa are to the effect that the Foreign Legion,400strong, has gone to the front, lt inclndes 26 Englishmen, and these were singing their national war songs as they started. The town is overcrowded and food is scarce. The hospitals are full of wounded who are arriving hourly. The roads are blocked with fugitive villagers carrying their household goods and there are many pitiful scenes.' The j Telegraph war correspondent states that no incidents of the war can compare with the scenes on the road to Larissa for pathos and tragedy. The Greeks on Wednesday fortified Kritiri, the last summit leÇt to them. The Turks in the ravine separated and opened a terrific fusilade. The Greeks attempted to storm the position of the Turks, but were repulsed with great loss. In th...
CANADA. LOYAL ACTION OF CANADA. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 April 1897
CANADA. LOYAL ACTION OF GANADA, j London, Friday. I The Canadian tariff provides for s reduction of 25 per cent, on all goods except wine, spirits, and tobacco from comtries admitting Canada's exports free. London, Sunday. Mr. Fielding, when introducing the : new tariff, said it gare preference to British products. The Dingley Bill, he said, showed that America was not dis posed to trade with. Canada, and it was necessary- to shape a policy with a single eye to Canada's own interests, '''he German and Belgian treaties prevented the colonies from granting an exclusive preference to Britain in the tariff, but the Government . had offered the countries willing to establish fair trade relations privileges similar to those granted to Britain. England, he said, bad dealt generously with .her colonies. She had given them large liberties, and the colonies could even- tax her wares, while the wares of the colonies were admitted free into Britain. The British public were not in favor of taxat...
BRITISH POLICY WITH REGARD TO TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 April 1897
BRITISH POLICY WITH RE GARD TO TURKEY. Speaking in Gus House of Lords on 'March 19, Lord Salisbury said : I do not take tba integrity of the Ottoman Empire for a per manent dogma. It was established by tbe Legislature of Europe ; it was established, it bas been modified by them ; no doubt it will be modified again. But this is the first time, as far as I know, that a man (Lord Kimber ley ) who has been Foreign Minister, and will probably be Foreign Minister again, declares in the face of Europe that he will disregard the signature of his country and, not with the consent of the other Powers, but in their face, will tear up the engagements to which he has come. (Cheers.) I feel bound, at all events to separate myself as strongly as pos sible from that declaration. (Hear, hear.) I do not by any means -hold to the doctrine that the integrity of Turkey will not be modified. It may be very likely modified in the future, bat what is done will be done by the consent of all the Powers by wh...
Australian Produce. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 April 1897
Australian JProduce. London, Friday. The apples by the Massalia were in fair condition, bat many were wet. The brokers complain of their . smallness. The Adelaide apples and pears were good. Meat is quiet and unchanged. Danish butter has been lowered by 4s. Australian is steady. The market is virtually bare. W r nambool rabbits are in excellent demand at lOd, English being scarce.
THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. Esperance, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 April 1897
THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. Esperance, Friday. No arrangements bave been made to en able the settlers along the coast to vote, and Drobablv. they will be disfranchised, owing to the distance from the polling place. Norseman, Friday. The coming election will probably be a severe contest. It will be practically a fight between the local and Coolgardie interests, /hich in the most important particulars are "ot identical. The goldfields party are mak ing frantic efforts to secure Dundas. The contest will probably be between Conolly, the Esperance candidate, and Harney the nominee of Coolgardie. The nominations for Albany fall dne on Saturday next and the only candidate is Mr. Leake. The nominations for the Williams district fall dne on Monday next. The Hon. F. H. Piesse is the only candidate. The nominations for the Plantagenet dis trict will be received on Thursday afternoon at Broomehill by the Beturning Officer, Mr. Loftie. The only candidate before the pub lic is the member Mr. Hassell. ...
THE QUEEN'S REIGN. THE COLONIAL CONTINGENTS. London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 April 1897
THE QUEEN'S REIGN. THE COLONIAL CONTINGENTS. London, Saturday. The mounted riflemen from New Sooth Wales for Bisley have arrived and were given a great reception. They are to be attached to the Scots Greys. * Colonel Ward, of General Methuen's staff, welcomed the riflemen at the,docks and saw to thei ' being entrained for Hounslow. The bands of the Scots Greys and the Depôi played, the men from the .station to the barracks where the -whole regiment hearti'y cheered them. The Greys insisted upon ^rooming their horses and the Btreets wee thronged with enthusiastic crowds. At mess the officers were heartily welcomed j Colon-;! Lassater is delighted with the recep tion. The newspapers commend the physique ¡ and soldierly bearing of the men.
ALBANY IMPROVEMENTS. A MAGNIFICENT HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 27 April 1897
ALBANY IMPROVEMENTS. A MAGNIFICENT HOTEL. Mr. W. G. Brookman, who lately bought the corner block of land in Stirling-terra -e opposite the Post Office, has decided to ere t a magnificent hotel upon the site. Mr. . h. Brookman has been appointed archíti i for the building by his brother, and was pre sent in Albany on Saturday making arran-- > menta. He informel us that the building >s to consist of brick with granite foundatic 1, and bricks to the number of at least c e million, will probably be made locally. Né gociations are being entered into with t e owner of a kiln here, to either supply t ie bricks required or to be given a royalty i ur the use of the kiln. The building will occupy the full frontage of the block, 99ft., and will comprise three storeys and a basement. On the gronnd fkor it is intended to have six shops facing the street. The entire-building will consist of 150 rooms, 100 of which are to be bedrooms. A special feature will be the introduction of the favorit...