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SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897
bHiP^IKG ITEMS. The F.M.S. Ville de la Ciorat is expected to-day from Colombo. The B. M.S. Oceana is expected early this morning from &lt; oîomlo. 't he steamer Bulimba is due here to-day from the Eastern Colonies. The steam T Barcoo arrived from Adelaide yesterday with mails and 45 tons of cargo. The steamer Strathaven arrived on Tuesday from F reman* le with SOO tons of coal. Sähe will leave for Newcastle to-day. The steamer Marloo arrived from Fre mantle at 3 3.15 p m. yesterday and dis charged 50 tons of cargo. She left for the Eastern Colonies trie same day, taking away IO tons of cargo from here. The steamer Adelaide arrived here from Melbourne direct at 6 35 p.m. on Monday, and after discharging 20 tons of cargo, left for Fremantle at ll p.m. She is due hereon the return trip to-morrow.
SCHOOL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897
SCHOOL MATCH. The Easter holidays passed off very quietly here. On Easter Monday a cricket match was played between the boys attending the Katanning and Marracoonda schools. The juveniles had a very good time of it, the fermer having an easy viet »ry. The follow ing were the scores : KATAÎTXENG. G. Old F. Newton L Newton P. Taylor H. Ranford C. White.. Sundries 2IABRACOOKDA, Ii. Quartermaine 10 B. Quartet oiaine 4 A, Quartermaine ti F. Haendel ... 0 A. Wilhelm .. 2 I. Terlicli ... O Sundries .. 8 Total .. 41 171 Total .. 24 6 A6 the match was concluded before dinner a return match was played in the afternoon. Marracoonda making 28 and 44 and Katan ning 64 and nine for two wickets, G. Old for Katanning made 35 not out and 5 not out.
WEST v. NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897
Wtísr v. Noam. A team to represent the Norih will be selected from the following players :-C. Shaw, F. Tldeman, C. Keyser, E. Miller, A. Allan, E. Phillips, C. Cox, A. Foord, W. Monaghan, C. Wallace, L. Ha aso m, F. Brown. W. Brearley, and J Milne. ^Tbe following players will represent West Ward :-Marchant (2), ( hester. Robinson, Milne (2),.West, Brcadfoot (2), James, and Heddin.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897
BORWICK'S BAKING iE POWDER.Z CONTAINS NO ALUM AND IS A WELL-KNOWN POBE ENGLISH MANUFATURE OP WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION. A PEW RECEIPES FOR HOUSE HOLD USE. AK EXCELLANT SEED CAKE.-Take ^4b. batter and ^-lb. white sifted sogar, beat with the hand well together to a cream, add 3 eggs one at a time and well beat each one witb-the-butter and sogar, dredge in ^-lb. floor previously mixed with one fall teaspoonful BORWICK'S GOLD MEDAL BAKING POWDER ; add ^-oz. carraway seeds and beat again for ten minâtes, bake at once in a quick oven abont one hoar. This cake would | be equally nice made with ¿-lb. carrants instead of carraway seeds. To MAKE A GOOD PLAIN CAKE.-Mix well together one pound of floor, two fall teaspoonfuls of BORWICK'S GOLD MEDAL BAKING POWDER, a little salt and spice, and a ¿-lb. sugar ; rob in a ¿-lb. of bntter, add six ounces of sultanas two ounces of carrants, and one ounce of candied peel ; moisten the whole with two eggs, and half-a teaspoonful of milk previously beaten tog...
AN INDESCRIBABLE SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897
AN INDESCRIBABLE SENSATION. To be eas'ly descriSed a thing must have clear outlines and unmixed colors. In other w .rds it must be simple. A rent in one's clothing, a boil on one's body, a tumble while walking, the shape of a box, &c , are easily bet forth in words. On the contrary the complex and comprehensive thing's puzrle the mind and take the meaning from language. It was for this reason that Miss Sabiaa Mitchel', alluding' to an exp -rience of illness, says :-" At this time there came upon me au indescribable sensation. It was as if the powers of Ufe were going to fr-il me, and I Bhonld 6ink down without help, is a ston? sinks in water. Yet in saying this I convey no adequate idea of the nature of that feeling. I hope I sha'l never have it again. " The illness which led to it began in the Bpring of 1892. My health appeared to give way all at once. I found myself tired, heavy, and feeble. My appetite was poor, and after eating I had much distress at the stomach and pain...
INTERCOLONIAL. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. R.M.S. OROTAVA. Adelaide, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897
INTERCOLONIAL. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. B.M.8. OEOTAVA. Adelaide. Tuesday. --1-~--J In the B.M.S. Omtava, which will leave to-day, there will be a lar?e contingent of passengers, including Mr. Kingston and his wife, Sir George Turner, his wife and daughter, the Victorian and South A astral ian military contingents, and Mr. Cook, the Government astronomer of Western Aus tralia. THE STBEAKY BAY TRAGEDY. BEABD COMMITTED FOB TBIAL. THE INQUEST. At Streaky Bay an inquest on the body of Richards was held yesterday. Tbe rfoclor who made the post-mortem examination stated that there was no doubt as to the cause of death, a bullet having entered the back of tne head, and passed ont of the fore head. Thelury were unanimously of opinion that the death of Richards was caused by a rifle fired by Beard, and the latter was com mitted for tria'. The general impression bare is that a mate of Beard named Joseph Marlo, has met a simCar fate. He was hunt ing with Beard, about 14 months ago, anl disappeared sud...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897
B Business 1) Ñ M A R C H Ï LIMITED. 0 A B G E E G, ÜIMANI & CO. Thank their nomerona Customers in ALBANY and 8UBBOUNDING DISTBICTS for their past magnificent Support, and beg to announce that they have privately FLOATED THEIR PO FULAS STOßES % INTO A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, the Ute MANAGING PABTNEBS retaining a large Interest in the NEW CONCERN. ALL OBDEBS FBOM ALBANY will have Special Attention and Prices charged and Quality given will be in keeping with THE BOIÍ MARCILE'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 STREBT, ALBAN Y._155f ' JOHN MO IR & COY., MERCHANTS, SHIPPING. COMMISSION, INSURANCE AND GENERAL AGENTS. :o: IMPORTERS OF WINES, SPIRITS, t BEERS. GROCERIES tt OILMEN'S STORES. CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVED AND DEALT WITH. GOODS RECEIVED AND STOKED. AUCTIONEERS AND LAN...
The advertiser THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897
TH OES DAY, APBIL 29, 1897. THE General Election has began in a rather peculiar manner. The consti tuencies in which there is to be no opposition were given the first of the nomination dajs, and thus bj Tuesday there were elected about 10 Ministerial candidates without opposition. This gives the Government a big lead, and they are likely to win another half-dozen seats without contest. It can easily be seen that the system of having several nomination days and several polling d*ys has its disadvantages. For instance, it is quite possible the fact that the Government are certain of a big majority may stimulate the electors iii some of the constituencies to support Opposition candidates ia order that the Government "may not have too much of tneir own way. On the other hand, many of the electors like to be on the winning side, and will, therefore, support the Ministerial candidates. The only sound course to follow is for the nomina tions to be taken on one day, and for thc polling in a...
The Governor of New Zealand. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897
The Governor of New Zealand,. London, Monday. Lord Ran farley sails by the Gothic for New Zealand, lo take ap his duties as governor. London, Tuesday. Lord Ranfurley, with his wife and daughters, and Captain Alexander as Private Secretary and first Aide-de camp, sail on June 3, arriving at Van couver on July 8, and at Wellington on August 12.
THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. Perth, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897
THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. Per tb, Tuesday. The following is a list of the elected to date : Ashburton-Hon. S. Bnrt (M) unopposed DeGrey-Mr Hooley (M) unopposed. Irwin-Mr. Phillips (M) unopposed. East Kimberley-Mr. Connor (M) unop posed. West Kimberley-Mr. A. Forrest (M) un opposed. Northam-Hon. 6. Throssell (M) unop posed. York-Mr. Monger (M) unopposed. Bunbury-Sir J Forrest (M) unopposed. Murchison-Mr. 8. Mitchell (M) unop posed. Mr. 8. H. Parker resigned his seat in the Council on Monday.
ALBANY ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897
ALBANY ROADS BOARD. A meeting of the Albany Roads Board was held on April 24. Present-Messrs. Mews (chairman), Newmanc, Mc Kail, Greenwood, Mo wf ort h and the Secretary. The following accoonts were passed for payment:-W. P. Forster & Go., £2 2s; Donohue, £1 15s ; F. Bird, £2 ; Woodelton, 128 ; Angove, £6 6s ; Hupfield and Anderson, (on account) £12 7s 6d ; H. Bailey, lits ; J. Tunney, £216 16s 3d. Letters were received from Mr. Clifton offering the Board leave to erect an office on Government land, and from the Under-sec retary, declining to give any further grant for Grasmere Boad. From C. Greenwcod re bridge at Marbel lup. It was proposed by Mr. Newmann and seconded by Mr. McKail that the discussion on this letter stand over till the next meet ing. A letter was received from Mr. W. E ing surveyor re the alteration f the plan of the proposed King River Bridge, and it was re I solved that the Board approve of the altera tion. ' The secretary was instructed to prepare a bala...
THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897
THE NOMINATIONS. Subjoined is the list of nominations re ceived on Monday : Sasses-Messrs. F. H. Backhouse (M), J. Co¿kworthy (M), and E. C. B. Locke (I). Yalgoo-Messrs. Solomon Wm. Lowns, Yalgoo, storekeeper ; Henry Walter Mills, Perth, stock and share broker ; and Frank Wallace, Yalgoo, merchant. Coolgardie-Messrs. A. G. Hales (I ) and A. E. Morgans (M). North Coolgardie-H. Mahon (L), H. Gregory (J), and W. Kerr (I). East Coolgardie-Charles John Moran, of Kalgoorlie, mining speculator (M) ; Robert Ferdinand Norman, of Kalgoorlie, builder (L) ; and James John Wilkinson, of Kal goorlie, forwarding agent (I). North-East Coolgardie-Frederick Charles Burleigh Vosper, journalist (O') ; Archibald Henry Barclay, mining agent (O); John Francis Dwyer, gentleman (O) ; and Nathaniel White Harper, described as a justice of the peace (I). Esperance, Wednesday. - Mr. Harney addressed the largest meeting ever held in Esperance yesterday night. About 450 were present. The speaker explained " that ...
THE MILITARY CONTINGENT FOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 April 1897
THE MILITARY CONTINGENT FOR ENGLAND. The Mayor (Mr. John Moir) on Tuesday received a telegram from Colonel Wilson stating that the military party for England, consisting of 32 men would arrive in Albany on Saturday morning, and asking that quar ters for them for a few hours might be found. The Mayor decided to place the Lower Hall at their disposal and replied to that effect. The men selected &lt;o represent the colony comprise 22 infantry men and 10 from the artillery. Their names are as follows Perth Artillery-Sergeant-Major Sparks, Sergeant Walsh, Corporal Edwards, Bombar diers Knight and Deblin, and Gunner Ellis. Fremantle Artillery. - Sergeant» Major Cook, Bombardier Ki ¡leen, Gunner Proud and Gunner Bar wise. Perth Infantry .-»-Sergeant O'Dea, Sergeant Weaver, Corporal White, Private Tilloison, Private Greig, Private Parker, Private Buck ingham and Private Syers. Fremantle Infantry.-Sergeant Fremers dorf, Corporal Burns, Private Cooper and Private Sweeney, Geraldton In...
SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 May 1897
SHIPPING ITEMS. The mail steamar Orotava is expected early this afternoon from the Eastern Colonies.' ' Tbe steamer Barcoo is expected ta arrive from Fremantle cm'Monday. ' The 6i'eamfr Nemises is due from the East, ern Colonies to-night with 80 tons of cargo. A steamer belonging to the Gnlf line was signalled off Breaksea at 10 p m. on Thursday. The steamer Adeiai.le is expected from Fremantle to-day and wi'l load 180 tons of coal Th« sti amer Bellarra is due here on Sunday fr 3m the Eastern Colonies with 100 tons of cargo. 1 he steamer Bulimba is expected on Mon diy from the Eastern Colonies with 120 tons of oargci. Tbè steamer Bob Boy arrived from Esper ance at 5.30 p.m. on Thursday and after loading 25 fonB of cargo ret urned to tfee game port at io30 p.m." The steamer Koroowa^ra arrived at 5.15 p.m. on Thursday from the Eastern Colonies and after discharging 20 tons of cargo left for Fremantle at 8.40 p m. The F.M.S. Ville de. la Cwtat arrived from the Eastern Colonies' at noon...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 May 1897
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -. ARRIVALS. - I WEDNESDAY, APBH. 28. I MARLOO, S.S., from Fremantle. Passengers for here : Mrs. Irving ; Messrs. Archer, Duarado (2), Diegrande,Kennedy, Massey, Morrison, Moare (2), Main,' Pinsel li. Gudeni, Reynolds and Stagatich. - TUOBSDAT. APBIL 29. ROB ROY, S.S., from Esperance. Passengers for here : Messrs Attrill, Seaman, Brown. KONOOWABBA, s s., f rom the Eastern Colo nies Passengerg for here ; Mrs. Weir ard 2 children. OCKANA, R.M.B., from London. Passengers " for here : Mesdames Welchn an and Squires; Messrs. Swinburne, Fox, Lean, Welchman, Parker, and Gabor. VILLE DB LA CIOTAT, F.M.8., from Eastern Colonies. Passengers for here : Mesdames Mayshofe and Pagget and 2 children ; Misses Hogan, Holiain and Carter ; Messrs Carter, Godfrey, Freeman,Grimwade, Him, Bampton, Patti, Trammel, Gordon, Pagget. j
POLICE COURT. ALBANY: FRIDAY, APRIL 30. [Before Mr. R. C. Loftie, R.M.] CRUEL TREATMENT TO A FOAL. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 May 1897
POLICE COUBT. -? ALBANY: FBIDAY,APBIL30. ] Before Mr. B. C. Lottie, B.M.] CRUEL TREATMENT TO A FOAL. James Shenfield, a boy of ll years of age, was charged with ill-treating a mare foal abont the 16th instant. Henry Shenfield, brother of the accused, said that about the middle of the month a foal was in their yard, bnt he did not see his brother ill-treat it. He hpd informed Con stable Conolly abont something, but contd not remember what he had 6aid. Michael Fit «gerald said that he had chased the foal in the yard, bnt did not see defen dant ill-using it with a poker. Constable Conolly said that from a report received, he interviewed Henry Shenfield, who told-him that his brother with two others had ill-treated the foal. He said, bis brother had gone into the house and got a red hot poker and inserted it into the foal. He also said that Fitzgerald would corrobo rate the statement. The constable said he had subsequently examined the foal and found traces of ill-usage. Scars were visi...
LATEST CABLES. King George offers to Abdicate. Rioting in Athens. A Shameful Panic. Description of the Retreat from Mati. A Craven Crowd. London, Wednesday 7.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 May 1897
LATEST CABLES. JSiing George offers to Ab dicate. Rioting in Athens. A Shameful Panic. Description of the Retreat from Mati. A Craven Crowd. London, Wednesday 7.40 p.m. Sir George Baden-Powell has pro posed that the British Government should negotiate between Turkey and Greece with a view to bringing about peace. King George has offered to abdicate in favor of Prince George, and great preparations are being made at his resi dence in Denmark for his return. The Greeks are retiring from Epirns and have reached Luros. Five hundred rioters have paraded the streets of Athens, bat they were dis persed before they reached the palace. They entered the cafes and smashed ths king's portraits that were hung there. Edhem Pasha bas despatched troops to Trikhala and Versetand. 8.50 p.m. Further particulars of the panic that occurred at Mati show that it took place at night, and amidst the roar caused by the agonised cries of the panic stricken soldiers, the Turks could hear that many were being t...
NEW SOUTH WALES. THE SEWER FATALITY. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 May 1897
NEW SOUTH WALES. THE SEWER FATALITY. Sydney, Thursday. At the inquest on the bodies of the men who perished in the sewer, Chas. Kavanagh stated that on seeing the rain be descended the manhole and warned Sullivan and Mac pherson. The former said, "We will not stay long.*1 As they did not appear, Kavanagh descended again, and called the men. He saw them running, and went to the surface. He heard a splash, and looking down saw a volume of water rushing along the sewer bearing the body of Macpherson, which crashed against a ladder and broke it. A verdict of accidental death was returned.