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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 June 1897
Business g O N M A B G H E, L IMITED. CARGEEG, DIM ANT & CO. Thank their numerous Customers in ALBANY and SURROUNDING DISTRICTS for i their past magnificent Support, and beg to announce that they hare privately FLOATED THEIR POPULAR STORES ISTO A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, the Ut« MANAGING PARTNERS retaining à large Interest in the NEW CONCERN. ALL ORDERS FROM ALBANY will have Special Attention and Prices charged and Quality given will be in keeping with j THE BON MABCHE'S PAST BRILLIANT RECORD. *_BON MARCHE LIMITED. _165m ^ Y. HASSELL, & C O Y. AUCTIONEERS, LAND, STOCK, STATION, SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND GENERAL AGENTS * Agents-Phoanix Fire Office and National Mutual Life Association of Australia. _YORK ST BB ET, ALBANY. _15Sf J O fl H M O I B & O O Y., MERCHANTS, SHIPPING, COMMISSION, INSURANCE AND GENERAL AGENTS. :o: ? ? ? IMPORTERS OF WINES, SPIRITS, & BEEBS. GROCERIES Sc OILMEN'S STORES. CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVED AND DEALT WITH. 'v GOODS BECBIVED AND ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 June 1897
O AS B Y'S "WAHOO." THE BEMEDY OF THE AGE. For Indigestion, Liver and Kidney Com plaints, Piles, Loss of Appetite, Sick Headache. LOASBY'S is a purely Herbal Tonic and laxative. wWahoo"haseffected WAHOO marvellous cures in all the Eastern Colonies and frew Zea land after doctors and patent medicines of all kinds failed to even relieve. Cures effected by Loasby's " Wahoo " have been subjected to impartial in vestigation by the N.S. Wales Press, and pronounced genuine recoveries. LOASBY'S is guaranteed to cure the worst case of Dyspepsia, lt stimulates WAHOO the whole system, and is the most powerful Tonic made. Loasby's " Wahoo," price 8s, from all Chemists and Storekeepers. Wholesale Agents OBLANDO J. KEMPTHOBN, MrjBBA-T-BTBBBT, PERTH. 162f BORWICK'S BAKING = PÖWDER.Z CONTAINS NO ALUM AND IS A WELL-KNOWN PUBS ENGLISH MANU F ATURE \ OF WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION. A FEW BEGEIPES FOR HOUSE HOLD USE. AH EXCELLAIT SEED CAKE.-Take ¿-lb. batter and ^-lb. white sifted'sugar^ beat with the hand w...
AN INDESCRIBABLE SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 June 1897
AN INDESCRIBABLE SENSATION. To be easily described a thing' mue! bave clear outlines and unmixed colo s. In other words it must be simple. A. rent in ene'a clothine, a boil on one's bodr, a tumble while Talking, the shape ol a box, &c.,are easily «st forth in words. On the contrary the oomptac and comprehensive things puzzle the miodaul ake the meaning from language. It was for this reason that Miss Ra^iaa Mitchel', alluding toan exp-*ience of illne-Ä, says :-" At this time there came upon me aa indescribable sensation. It wa-s as if the powers of life were going to foil me, and I should sink down without help, as a stono sinks in water. Yet in saying this I convey no adequate idea of the nature of that feeling. I hope I shall never have it again. " The illness which led to it began in the spring 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 at t...
OUR OPEN COLUMN. THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. THE LOCAL CELEBRATIONS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 June 1897
OUR OPEN COLUMN. THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. THE LOCAL CELEB BATIONS. TO THE BDÏTOB. SIB,-I see by your last issue that it has bees definitely decided what to do with tbs £200 provided by the Premier for tbe Jubilee celebrations. Without wishing to comment on your editorial on the subject, I will simply point out one or two cast iron facts. The important question is What class of the people of Albany will the erection of a bandstand in S tirli ng-ter race benefit Î The popular answer to such a question undoubtedly would be " The store keepeis," but anyone who looks round him will recognise in a moment the insufficiency of this answer. The sellers of goods may temporarily be benefitted by this addition to the beauty of the town, but not ultimately. The seller of labor never will ba. There is only one person who can possibly be finan cially richer for this gift and that is the ground landlord in the immediate vicinity. If the music causes an increased briskness of trade undoubtedly rants in ...
WRESTLING MATCH. LUCIFER v. PEARCE. WON BY PEARCE. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 June 1897
WRESTLING MATCH. LUCIFER v. PEARCE. WON BY PEARCE. There were about 500 persons at the Perth Town Hall on Saturday night to witness the wrestling match between Harry Pearce and Lucifer for £100 a side. There were three bouts. Greco-Boman, catch-as-catch-can, and Greco-Boman, Pearce won both the Greco Boman bouts, and Lucifer the other, and Pearce was declared the winner. In tbe third bout Pearce secured a half-Nelson hold on Lucifer, which the latter could not get out of. In fact he was slowly being strangled when the referee awarded the win to Pearce. Lucifer's tongue was black, and bis teeth loose, while blood flowed from his mouth. _
ESPERANCE NEWS. Esperance, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 June 1897
ESPERANCE NEWS. Esperance, Friday. The men employed at the jetty extension contract ceased work to-day on account of some dispute with the contractor. Considerable interest is being taken in agriculture. Holders of garden areas are preparing to plant their crops and the new settlers in the Daylup district are getting equipped for extensive operations. * A horticultural society was formed yester day for the parpóse of experimenting re garding the fertility of the soil. The Ballway League are communicating with the Norseman League with a view to arranging for the payment of the expenses of the goldfields members on the proposed tour through Esperance, The members of the Church of England are arranging for amusements for the abori gines next week and the townspeople are do íating old clothes. The aborigines are ar ranging for a corroboree for the purpose of" showing their appreciation. The steamer Bob Boy arrived from Ade laide to-day. The captain reports be met a strong gale with equa...
FOOTBALL. OPENING OF THE SEASON. NORTH v. WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 June 1897
FOOTBALL. OPENING OF THE SEASON. NORTH v. WEST. The weather was perfect on Saturday for the opening match of the football season, be- tween West and North. There was a large attendance of spectators. The West had their full team bat North had a difficulty in obtaining the full number. Their principal absentee was G. Edwards, but they secured an able substitute in Graham, late of Port Melbourne, who undoubtedly played the &nbsp; game of the thirty. Eventually Norths went into the field with 14 men and played one short all through. The teams are as fol- ows :-West Ward-Jackson" (capt.) Webb &nbsp; (2), Chester, Greenwood, Byers, Long, Doram, &nbsp; Tideswell, Jacka, McCallum, West, E. Mar chant, Milne and Nolan. North Ward. Buggins (capt), Meelish, Nunan, Keyser, Dalmont, Monaghan, Moffatt, Hurley, C. Edwards, Green, Dudley, Hansom, Brown and Graham, When the teams lined up be fore starting Noith appeared to be the heavier team. Mr. F. Bruise umpired the game a...
The R.C. Church. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 June 1897
The R.C. Church. London, Friday. The canonizing of Zaccaria, the founder of the Barnabites Order, and Fourier, the apostle of Lorraine, has been performed with a gorgeous cere- &nbsp; mony at St. Peters Cathedral, Rome. The ceremony is said to have been like a revival of the ancient splendours. Forty thousand people were present. The Pope was pale and weak.
THE QUEEN'S REIGN. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 June 1897
THE QUEEN'S REIGN. London, Monday. The University of Cambridge bas decided to confer the degree of Doctor of Laws apon the Colonial Premiers and also apon Chief Justice Way. London. Tuesday. Premiers Turner, Kingston, and Nelson are staying for a week on the Continent. 1 he Victorian rifle team have been supplied with Metford rifles, and they are shooting well. Thc New South Wales riñes have attended Church parade at Westminster Abbey. Mr. Beeves, the Agent-General for New Zealand, is giving à reception at the Imperial Institute in honor of Mr. Seddon and Lord Ranfurley. Two hundred invitations have been issued, the guests including Mr. Cham berlain, the Earl of Glasgow, the Bishops of Dunedin and Christchurch, and Messrs. Per ceval, Vogel, Bowen and the Agents-Generals.
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 June 1897
THE MAILS. Mails for the Eastern Colonies will close at the Post Office this evening. Mails for Europe, India, China, &c., will close at the Post Office on Saturday morning. JOHN Cocks, of Coolgardie, brewer, has been committed for trial oh a charge of arson. SPECIFICATIONS are being prepared at Coolgardie for a 3.000,000 gallon water tank for the Norseman. A MAN naned William Wilson was ron over by a train of trucks at Jarrahdale on Tuesday and killed instantly. He was about to pro ceed to England to claim a legacy. I HEBB is great improvement in land settle ment at Northam and the Government a^e hurrying on fresh surveys. This is the record season for land put under crop.
SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 June 1897
8HIPPING ITEMS. The steamer Wollowra IE expected on Fri day from Fremantle. The B.M.8. Oceana is expected from the Eastern Colonies on Saturday morning. The steamer Bullarra is due here to-day from the Eastern Colonies with 90 tons of cargo. The steamer Tagliaferro is due here on the 14th instant with» general cargo from Mel bourne direct. The G.M.S, Darmstadt arrived from the Eastern Colonies at 10-30 p m. on Tuesday and left for Bremen at 2.30 a.m. yesterday. The steamer Rockton arrived from Fre mantle at 4.35 p.m. on Monday and left for the Eastern Colonies at 10.30 the same even ing. Thc steamer Herbert arrived from Esper ance at 3 a.m. &lt;on Tuesday and after load ing 18 tous of cargo left for tbe same port at 15 p.m. the same day. The steamer Adelaide arrived from Mel bourne direct at 1-30 p.m. yesterday and after discharging 28 tons of cargo left for Fremantle at 3.30 p.m.
DEPARTURES. MONDAY, MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 June 1897
DEPABTCRES. MONDAY, MAT 31. BOCKTON, s.s., for the Eastern Colonies Passengers from here : Mrs Johnson, Misses Godden, and Johnson, Messrs Kennier, Peterkin, McLeod and Elsey. TUESDAY, JUNE 1. HEBBEBT, S S., tot Esperpnce. Passengers from here : Mesdames Blake, Clark and Moir, Messrs Hymns, Clark (2). and Moir. DABMSTADT, G.M.S., for Bremen. Passen gers from here : Mrs. Parker and infant, Misses Johnston, Parker (4) and maid, Messrs Waldon, Parker, Haler, Ecler and i children, and 20 Italians. ADELAIDE, S.S., for Fremantle. Passengers from here : Misses Phipps (2), and Mi Harrison.
The Advertiser. THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 June 1897
THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 189F.: AT a meeting of the local comnù^ybo! have charge of the preparations-mt3B^ celebration of tbe Queen's Jnbilee, äpe| Mayor made a statement whick, il* -pug|îj§ be admitted, took those present ^iq^awij prise. He said that when in Fatib -Mp cently he saw the Acting Premier (Mj^ Wittenoom) as to granting fbjdier$anful| for Albany on tbe ground that tibe: money available was not snffiôtàt for^ the carrying out of the proposal Jnrj erection of a bandstand. He asked ibr either £100 or £200 and Mr. Witfe noom gave bini £50 with the remark^ that he could not expect more as Albug^ had returned an Opposition nmnibef." Here therefore we have the old |^ ïof ^ "Spoils to the viçtors." We «aujuiot^ suppose that sach a cool and cupful : minister as Mr. Wittenoom could - inive'--: intended the remark^n any other, spintf than as a joke and from the numner^in which the Mayor repeated it, Mr. Moir evidently regarded it as hardly a serions : expression of feeling. At the same ti...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. MONDAY, MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 June 1897
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -?-. ABBIVAIiS. MONDÂT, MAT 31. BOCKTON, S.S" from Fremantle. Passenger for here : Mr. Stewart. HEBBEBT, S.S., from Esperance. Passengers for here : Messrs Graham, Daliison. Bolitho (2), and Moir. TUESDAY, JUNE l. DARMSTADT. G.M.S., from the Kastern Colo nies. * Passengers for here : Mrs Wehr and infant, Messrs Hunter, HedemanU, and Berbam, WEDNESDAY, JUKE 2. ADELAIDE, SS., from Melbourne. Passengers for here.: Mesdames Jowett and 6 children, Laughton and 2 children; Miss Bindlow ; Messrs Barlow and Stephenson.
THE S.S. ALAGONIA MISHAP. THE OFFICIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 3 June 1897
THE S.S. ALAGONIA MISHAP. THE OFFICIAL INQUIRY. An inquiry waa held yesterday before Cap tain Nicolson, J.P. and Mr, E. g. P, Troode, chief customs officer in the absence of Mr. B. G. Lof tie, G.B., into thelcause of the mishap to the B.6. Alagonia. Captain Davies, master of the Alagonia, said that the steamer left the Deepwater Jetty at 5.40 p.m. on the 26th May and pro ceeded to eea. At 7,30 p.m. when about nine miles past Breaksea, he was on the bridge and felt a shock as if the vessel had struck some thing. This was followed by the engines going round at a terrific speed until the steam was shut off. There was a fresh K.N,E. wind blowing at the time with the sea moderate. A light was hung over the stern and theBhaft was vfound to be broken and the propeUor was hard np against the rudder post. Half of one blade was also broken. Jle ordered canvas to be set on tbe Bteamer ont finding that sbe was rapidly drifting to the S.W. the anchor was let down In 45 fathoms of water. This bro...