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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 May 1897
MINING NOTES. A rich strike is reported at Waite Eonri mine, near Mount Malcolm. A new reef 3ft. wide has been struck at the 150ft. level in the Trilby lease. Lo vet t's syndicate, at Mount Jackson, in tend spending £20,000 in development and machinery. A good find is reported at the Golden G roup, Hannan's. An 18in. lode ÍB worth 6oz. 15dwt. per ton. A lode has been struck at the 200ft. level of the Golden Horseshoe mine and it is heavily charged with miserai. The Lake View Consols loie has been struck at a depth of 200ft. in the South Kalgurlie mine. The lode is 6ft. in width. A yield of 36oz. of gold was received from a crushing of 2£ tons from the Bose of Tralee mine, which was treated at Leviathan battery. The second crushing of the Prinress Boyal mine yielded 130oz. of gold from 123 tons of ore. The total to date from the mine is 253oz. from 183 tons
NEW ZEALAND. TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. Wellington, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 May 1897
NEW ZEALAND. TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. Wellington, Friday. The body of Agnes Bawkock, 16 years of age, has been fonnd at Amberley. The girl bad been outraged and her throat cut. Two men have been arrested on suspicion. VICTORIA. CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER. Melbourne, Thursday. At the trial of Mary Egan for the man slaughter of her il legit mate child, the evi dence showed that the accused, while under the influence of liquor, overlaid and smothered the child in bed. The jury found the prisoner guilty of manslaughter, and she was remanded, pending the decision of the I Full Court.
THE QUEEN'S REIGN. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 May 1897
THE QUEEN'S REIGN. London, Thursday. The Victorian rifles bave been given quarters. Adelaide, Thursday. An enthusiastic farewell was accorded to the military detachments yesterday morning. The station was crowded, and among those who accompanied the men to the steamer were the Commandant and many officeis. Parade will be held each morning daring the voyage for an hour. The men will have a short time to themselves at the terminati. n of the celebrations before returning to Ans tralia. Perth, Friday. The city will be beautifully illuminated at Jubilee time. The public buildings will be most elaborately lighted up, and the com mittee are urging the citizens to assist by illuminating their shops.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 May 1897
Shipping. mHE PENINSULAR «ORIENTAL JL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE P. & O. S. N. COM PANY, under contract with the Imperial, New South _ ' Wales, victorian, and South Australian Governments, will despatch the following steamers for London, calling at Colombo, Aden, Brindisi, Malta, Gibraltar, and Plymouth : EA TBS OF PASSAIS MOOTST : To London-First Saloon JÈ60 to JETO. Second Saloon, £35, JE37, & .£40. Eeturn Tickets from JE65 to JE115. Return Tickets between any of the Eastern Colonies and New Zealand are now available for 6 (six) months from date bf embarkation. In the second saloon the arrangements hare 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 to and from Albany, are landed and embarked from the Town Jetty at the Company's expense. For any farther information apply at the Company's office, Lower ...
TURKEY AND GREECE Ten Thousand Greek Trooss Missing Disaffection in Athens. Revolution Feared. London, Wednesday, 7.15 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 May 1897
TURKEY AND GREECE -. Ten Thousand Grech Trooss Missing Disaffection in A thens. Revolution Feared. London, Wednesday, 7.15 a.m. The Albanian garrison at Pentepi gadia evacuated the place and then marched to Janina and demanded the appointment of a new commander. This demand the Governor conceded and the troops then returned to Pentepigadia and expelled the Greeks who had taken pos session of the fort. The Greek Chamber has been sum moned. Sir William Harcourt says that Lord Salisbury's policy with regard to Greece is one that will leave bitter memories and shame and remorse in English hearts. Ten thousand Greek troops are mis sing. The populace are furious at the King for meddling with the campaign and ap pointing courtiers to the chief military and naval commands. The extremists demand the recall of the princes. Several Athenian gunshops have been pillaged and there are grave fears of a revolution. The King has appealed to M. Kalli, the Opposition leader, to help to maintain order....
A GOOD CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 May 1897
I A GOOD CHARACTER. Pears Soap is pore, delightful and refresh ng. To THE DEAS1 -A gentleman wlo. cured himself of Deafness and Noises in the Bead after 14 years* suffering, wild gladly send full particulars post free.-Address, H. CLIFTON, Norfolk House, Norfolk-street, Strand, Lon don langland.
OUR OPEN COLUMN. THE OVERCROWDING OF THE DUNSKEY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 May 1897
OUR OPEN COLUMN. THE OVERCROWDING OF THE DUNS K i ÏT. TO THE EDITOR. i SIB,-I Ehonld not have troubled yon with ! a farther letter on this subject had not Captain Douglas mis-stated the facts, I will not condescend to retaliate with personalities - abuse is no argument* It does cat concern the case how many journeys were made from the Town Jetty, or that there uas on'y the crew in the last boat. The point is-'Did Captain Douglas over crowd his boat or did he not Î 1 did not rush madly into print with no ground fox my allegations. 1 not only saw for myself, but gathered information from many wbo were on the boat, and .these latter all said that the boat was overcrowded, and that no police in spection was made from what they saw. Capt. Douglas knows very well that there were fully 60 people on the beach when be came | and warned theta of the consequence of not returning then. At this moment I and my friends bal just come on to the beach, and had had no conversation npon the matter wit...
KATANNING. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 May 1897
. KATANNING. The asnal monthly meeting of the Katan ning District Roads Board was beldon Satur j day at the Courthouse, Katanning. Present -Messrs. M. Cronin, T. Haddleton. B. Bell, T. Garstone, P. Cunneen, and A. Piesse. Mr. A. Piesse was elected chairman for the re mainder of the term of that office which waa rendered vacant by the resignation of Mr. F. Crosby. Mr. Cronin reported that the deputation Of ' the members of the board appointed to interview the Director of Public Works about the state of the windmill and pump and ask if the board could hand over the public well and pump, etc., to the townsmen to look after so that the board would have no further trouble with it, had waited on that gentleman who informed the deputation " That the well property belonged to the board entirely and that he would send an engineer from Albany to put the windmill, etc., in proper order, the board to pay him out of the present funds and at the close of the year ask for a suf ficient grant for n...
A STORMY VOYAGE. Perth, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 May 1897
A STORMY VOYAGE. Perth. Friday. The barque Bnndaller which arrived at Fremantle yesterday from British Colombia had a trying experience. Shortly after leaving port she encountered gales and sprung a leak and had 6fc. of water in in the hold. To save the ship from founder ing the deck cargo was jettisoned. When 300 miles from the Leeuwin, during a fierce gale, she lost her rndder and a iury rudder was rigged. This was carried away when in sight of Rottnest and the pilot brought her in without a rudder, and let go the port anchor to keep her off the lee shore. The ca ile parted and she lost 45 fathoms of chain. Eventually she was towed into port.