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THE PREMIER AT BUNBURY. Perth, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

THE PREMIER AT BUNBURY, Perth, Wednesday. Tho only election yesterday was that of the Premier, unopposed. When at Bunbury he tipped the first stone towards the construction of the breakwater. There w:is a large assemblage to witness the cere m .ny, and all business p'aces were closed. "jße Minister of Mines and Mr. Tenn were present. At the entertainments afterwards Mr. Venn expressed his approval of the (Vernier's progressive policy.

Publication Title: Albany Advertiser
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CADBURY'S COCOA. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

CADBURYS COCO 1. A simulating and BUS tak ing cup-mads B stan tty.

Publication Title: Albany Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

MR. David Beg?, of Kalgoorlie, writes: "Your African Medical Wonder has completely Cured me of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint and Chronic Constipation, and my wife would not be without Weston, s Mai ic Pills and African Modiial Wander if «hey cost a sovereign a bytile. These -valuable medicines have-made 8, salutary and markxd influence upon the health of my young family, and I ca a con scientiously recommend thom to all in ¡1?. health" Dose, 1)drops. Price3s.6d. Bead he Advertiser nt-Advt

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Explosion on an Underground Railway. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

Explosion on an TTnder graund Railway. IiOodoD, Tuesday. An explosion has taken place on an underground railway in London. Â carriage was smashed, and many of the passengers were injured. It is believed that the explosion was caused by a bomb. THE FREMANTLE ROBBERY.-One of the five men arrested for the safe robbery at Fremantle proved an alibi and was dis charged. THE KEW ZEALAND Ftoons.-The Mayor of Napier has sent a telegraphic appeal to the Mayor of Perth ssking him to initiate a relief fond for the sufferers' by the flood at Hawkes Bay, He states that 12 live3 were :c t and two sacrificed in endeavoring to aid those in danger. BABIES ^N FIBE. BABIES BURNING UÇ, with itching and t urning eczemas, and other tor ' tubing, disfiguring skin ani scalp diseases. None but mothers realize how th-sa little ones suffer when their tender skins are literally on. fire. To know that a wa m 'bath with CUT J. CUBA SOAP and a tingle application ct Corf; CUBA (ointment, the jjreat skph c»i£.j vçAi...

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TURKEY AND GREECE Capture of Kritiri. Occupation of Larissa. Defeat of the Duke of Sparta's Army. Mati Evacuated by the Greeks. Athens Stunned. The People Sobbing in the Streets. Garibaldians arrive at Athens. Battle at Mati. Charges of Cowardice Against Greek Officers. Great Panic. The King of Greece wishing to join the Army. The Greek Fleet threatening Salonica. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

i TURKEY MD GREECE Capture of Slritiri. Occupation of Larissa. Defeat of the Duke of Sparta's Army. Matt .Evacuated by the Greeks. Athens Stunned. The People Sobbing in Hie Streets. Garibaldians arrive at Athens, Hattie at Matt. Charges of Cowardice ? Against Greek Officers. Great Panic. The King of Greece wishing to join trie Army. ?-» The Greek Fleet threatening Salónica. London, Monday. iL Ahem Pasha has formed a cordon round Tornavos with his cavalry and has forbidden his troops to enter. The Turkish cavalry hare occupied Larissa. Large quantities of arms and supplies were captured. Athens is stunned by the defeats of the Greeks, and the people sob in the streets. A fresh commander is de manded. Four thousand women and children have left Larissa. The Sultan has decorated Edhem Pasha and six divisional commanders and there have been great rejoicings at Stamboul. The news from Epirus is conflicting, each side claiming the advantage. Ni copolis, in the Gulf of Arta, has been bombar...

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The Emperor of Austria Visits St. Petersburg. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

The Emperor of Austria Visits St. Petersburg. London, Tuesday. I The Emperor Frances Joseph, accom panied bj Count Goinchowski and General Beck, have started for St. Petersburg on à visit to the Czar.

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THE PREMIER'S VISIT TO COOLGARDIE. Perth, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

THE PREMIER'S VISIT TO COOLGARDIE. Perth, Wednesday. The Premier leaves for Coolgardie to-night and will return on Sunday. He bas intimated that he merely withes to have a last look at the mines befoie leaving for England, and hopes his time will not be occupied in re ceiving deputations where the questions can be dealt with by correspondence.

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CANADA. THE NEW TARIFF. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

CANADA. THE NEW TARIFF. London, Tuesday. The Premier oí Ganada says that British goods are how admitted into Canada at one-eighth per cent, less than ¿he regular tariff, and that the privilege will not be applied to Belgium and Germany, Mr. Foster says that the action of Canada is equivalent to a repudiation of British treaties. Mr. Cartwright says that if the law will not justify the Government, they will appeal to Britain to do justice to Canada.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

Shipping. rpHE PENINSULAR ¿ORIENTAL X STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE P. & O. S. N. COM PANY, under contract with the Imperial, New Sooth _m . . ' Wales, Victorian, and South Australian Governments, will despatch the following steamers for London, calling at Colombo, Aden, Brindisi, Malta, Gibraltar, and Plymouth : Steamers. Bo ire ... Himalaya Oceana.. Victoria Tom. 6603 6527 Gtannuuutafa bearing mug George'! Sound. A. B. Daniell A. W Adamsonl G. Stewart WDQWorces»«] Way Jane 8 5 19 BATES OF PASSAGE MONET : To London-First Saloon £<>0to£70. Second Saloon, £35, JB37, & ¿40. Eetum Tickets from £65 to ¿115. Return Tickets between'**ny 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- j surpassed. . Passage money can be paid here for passage - from England. Liberal concessions m...

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A CUSTOMS QUESTION. DEPUTATION WAITS UPON THE COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

A CUSTOMS QUESTION. DEPUTATION WAIT8 UPON THE COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS. A deputation, promoted by Mr. T. H. Barnett, waited npon the Collector of Cus toms at the office of Messrs. A. T. Hassell & Co. yesterday afternoon with regard to a variation in the treatment of importers at Fremantle and at Albany. The members of the deputation consisted of Messr6. J. Moir, J. Robinson, W. G. Knight, A. Potts, Smithies, Hartland, Gribble. Everett, and Forster. Mr. A. T. Hassell, M.L.A., in introducing the députât ion; said they wished to see the Collector of Customs with regard to certain priveleges that were granted to the Fre mantle importers that were not granted to the Albany merchants. The Mayor (.Mr. Moir) said that what they had to complain of was at Fremantle an allowance of 10 per cent was made off the weight of potatoes for damage and shrinkage, whereas no such allowance was made at Albany. This concession was detrimental to the interests of the Albany importers for it placed the ...

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THE GLENBROOK TRAGEDIES. ARRIVAL OF BUTLER. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

THE GLENBROOK TRAGEDIES. ABEIVAL OF BDTLSB. Syd ocr, Wednesday. Butler arrived yesterday. Se was ¡anded, in tbe police launch and conveyed to D¿riing hurst without the public seeing him. fie was brought before the coroner in the even ing and committed to the Criminal Court on May 31 charged with murdering Lee Weller and Preston. Weller's case will be chosen for trial as there is a strong chain of evidence.

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Shipping. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

Shipping. London, Tuesday, j Arrivals-üokmarn. Departures-For Melbourne, Phoesi tata, Loeb Byan, Damascus, Star of Victoria : for Sydney, Thealona ; for Brisbane, Terera ; for Adelaide, Gwalla, Sonneberg ; for Fremantle, Barossa ; for Otago, Pakeha.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

Late Advertisements. M. HOWARD SMITH AND SONS, LIMITED. STEAM TO EASTERN COLONIES, THE MAGNIFICENT STEAMER H C B B ü C K H ü B B ü C K HÜBBÜCK 4,000 tons will LEAVE ALBANY for ADELAIDE, MELBOURNE and SYDNEY taking Pas-cngers for Queensland Ports, TO-MORROW, FRIDAY, APRIL 30. i;£T TO.MORKOW, FRIDAY, APRIL 30. TO-MORROW, FRIDAY, APRIL 30. THE HUBBUCE is the largest Steamer engaged in the Intercolonial Trade, and has excellent deck room for Promenade. GEORGE WILLS Ji CO., 492r, Agents. TO LÛT.-Une or iwo i-'urnished or Un furnished Rooms, wi; h use of kitchen i and diitinjr-rt.om. App'y Mrs. Cook. I Frederick-street, AlLaiy.

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The Hansard Union Cases. RESTITUTION. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

I Tlie Hansard Union Cases. i -- RESTITUTION. London, Tuesday. Bottomley, who was sentenced to im prisonment in connection with the Hansard Union case, has recouped to the shareholders, a quarter of a million pounds.

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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

MINING NOTES. Yu!e Tide Lemon Ville has c'eanedSOtons for an average of loz. 7dwts per ton. The Morning Mar Magnet has cleaned no a fortnights' ron returning 5G0oz. of gold, the average being ISJwt. Thc Melbourne Uni'ed at Bulong is get ting splendid gold :.n>l things generally at this mine a?e looking up The first crushing from the Australia mine has yielded 527oz of gold from S3 tons, an average of 6oz. 7dvrt. per lon. The Queen Margaret Consols has struck the Queen Margatet lode at a distance of three quarters of a tuiie from that mine. At a depth of 250ft. i fi thc Croesus Bondi United a big body of ore worth 2oz. per ton bas been met with. The gold is mostly in a free state. Mr. W. G. Brookman expects to ship 500 (ons of ore weekly to Wallaroo for crushing from the Australia mine. One hundred tom will also be treated da ly at thc works on the mine.

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OUR PERTH LETTER. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Perth, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

OUR PERTH LETTER. fFfiOM OUR OWS COBHESPONDEKT. ! Perth, Monday. The Kasper hol í'lays which were -marked on the whole hy lovely weather, are now over and become settled down again to the bum drum day life. The cricketers have left os to try conclusions with the goldfields teams at Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie. Arrangements have been made that they shall playa return match on the As ociati<?n Ground at Perth with a West Australian 22. One of the con ditions of the match is that there shall only be ll men in the field, so that the Austra lians can have some show in run getting. Even a novice at the game can see that, however gool batsmen may be, supposing they were all Gracie, they wonld have a poor show of scoring surrounded by 22 fieldsmen, no matter how indifferent the latter might be. From what 1 bear, this »et urn match will excite even more interest than the first one. It will be played on the 1st, 3rd and 4th pros. With reference to the first esme I might mention that ...

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FOREIGN CABLES. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SOUTH AFRICA. GERMAN DIPLOMACY. LIEUT. ELOFP ACQUITTED. BRITISH REINFORCEMENTS FOR THE CAPE. MR. CHAMBERLAIN MAKES HIS CHARGE AGAINST THE TRANSVAAL. VIOLATION OF THE CONVENTION. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

FOBEIftfl CABLES. [FBOM OUB OWN COBBESPONBEXT/J SO ZTTJX AFRICA. GERMAN DIPLOMACY. LIEUT. ELOFP ACQUITTED. BRITISH REINFORCEMENTS FOR THE CAPE. MR. CHAMBERLAIN MAKES HIS CHARGE AGAINST THE TRANSVAAL. VIOLATION OF THE CONVEN TION. London. Monday. M. Biowitz says that Count Hohen lohe is trying to arrange that Germany, France and Russia shall gire moral sup port to the Boers in the event of the British taking action, and that if they are nuable to restrain'Britain regarding the Transvaal, they will embarrass her; i Egypt. Lieut. Eloff, who was charged with using insulting language towards the Queen, has been acquitted of the charge. The Commander - in - Chief (Lord Wolseley) requires 10,000 horses for South Africa and has sent 15 officers to Argentina to purchase them. He is sending farther warlike stores and am munition to Capetown and 800 soldiers' sailed for there on Saturday. - Three batteries of field artillery have been ordered to be embarked for the same port. London, Tuesday. ...

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Cremation. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

Cremation. I Loudon, Monday. The body of tbe Duchess of Bedford has been cremated.

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KATANNING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

KATANNING NEWS. Ali entertainment is to be held at Katan ing next week in aid of the cricket clnb, when the farce entitled " Matrimonial Ex periments will be staged by local talent. The Bev. G. Saville, who bas just arrived from London to take charge of the circuit at Broad Arrow, held services at Katanning on Sunday and had good congregations. A meeting has been arranged for Fiiday evening next for the pnrpose of forming an Oddfellows' Lodge here. A strong lodge could be formed.

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CRICKET. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. MATCH AGAINST COOLGARDIE EIGHTEEN. Coolgardie, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897

CRICKET. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. MATCH AGAINST COOLGARDIE EIGHTEEN. Coolgardie, Tuesday-^ Coolgardie ia their second innings made 140. Giffen'e Eleven made 200 for six wickets with Lyons not ont 54. Darling made 71. lt was an easy win for the visitors. THE KALGOORLIE MATCH. Kalgoorlie, Wednesday. The cricket match was begnn at Kalgoorlie yesterday. GifEen's Eleven disposed of the local 18 fer 93, and when stamps were drawn Giffen's team bar! five wickets down for 117.

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