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OUR PERTH LETTER. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 5 June 1897
\ DUR PERTH LETTER. rFSOM OTJB OWH OOBSESPONDENT. j The action which Mr. Alex Forrest took in connection with the Metropolitan Province Election has been, the tnltans of raising qniite a storm in the literary tea-pots. The West Australian in commenting on the result pf the election ascribed mach of Mr. Lovekdn's want of. saccess to Mr. Alex Forrest's letter and it went-on to say that had 8ir John For rest been in tbefCplony, no such letter would have been sent ont. The same evening the Daily Mews in a short double column article printed ythe extract . from the West Aus tralian's leading article, and alongside ita letter which Sir John Forrest sent to some of the electors of the South - Western Province when Mr. J. W. Hackett contested the ¿eat in 1891. The article was headed ** Too Bad i The chickens came home to roost.'!* This article appeared on the af temóos election and caused a great stir, as it showed that the editor pf-the ministerial organ ~was condemning in' 1897,' what was...
LATEST CABLES. The Armistice. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 5 June 1897
LATEST CABLES. The Armistice. London, Wednesday. The Times say that the state of in security in Grete is increasing and it is feared that a general scheme for the disarming of the insurgents will result in armed opposition. London, Thursday. The Sultan at the request of the am bassadors has agreed to an armistice to last during the parleying as to the terms of peace. ' The Sultan has thanked those Egyptians who contributed to the war fund. France has proposed that the Powers shall arrange for a Cretan loan for the purpose of raising a foreign gendarmerie after tte selection of a Governor. It is \ understood that Britain and Russia favor the proposal. : - i. The limes saya that the Christians in jËhe Eastern a¿4 Cental districts of Crete are willing to accept the scheme of autonomy. 1 Radis Michail, the insur gent chief, 4s convening an Assembly, and it |p understood he will propose the. formation of a force of communal police:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 5 June 1897
Shipping. THEPENINSULAR&OBIElîTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMP ANT. THE P. & O. S. N. COM PANY, under contract with the Imperial, New South _ ' Wales, YiotoriMi, and South Australian Governments, will .despatch the following steamers for London, calline at Colombo, Aden, Brindisi, Malt», Gibralta and Plymouth :-. Steamers. Ooeara.. victoria Oana ... Australia Valetta Arcadia Hasdlia Toni. OoDuuiidaT* .Leaving Qsoigs'i Sonad. 6603 6527 7899 6901 5083 6603 5086 E. Stewart WDG Worcester! AL de Horne J. Beeres C.Gadd A. C. Loggia L. H. Crawford Jone July 5 19 3 17 » 31 ATI gnat 14 " 28 RATES OF PAB8AOS MONBT : To London-First Saloon £60 to £70. Second Saloon, ¿635, ,£37, & JB40 Return Tickets from JB65 to J6115. Beturn Tickets between any of the Eastern Colonies and New Zealand are now available for 6 (six) months from date of fiwi'harVB.tSon In the second saino» the .arrangements hare been thoroughly reorganiBedi and the accomo dation which tile Company now offers is u...
SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 5 June 1897
SHIPPING ITEMS. ? The steamer Flinders is expected to-day^ from Esperance. v-V;èîS The steamer Buninyong is due here from; ' Fremantle on Monday, -'./"iii TheBteamerAdelaMeisdaehereto-morim^ evening from Fremantle. -? ? The steamer Albany, from Fremantle, feg expected on Tuesday evening. ? The steamer Narrung is expected on Mon^| day from the Eastern Colonies. :í0 The B.M.8. Oceana ÍB due here from fife Eastern Colonies this morning. .¿^3 The steamer Tagliaferro is doe here on I4*h instant with a general cargo from Mei-; bourne. The steamer ~ Bollana arrived from äÄx Eastern Colonies at 3.30 p.m. on Thursday, and after discharging 90 tons of cargo left ? for Fremantle at ll p.m.
DEPARTURES. THURSDAY, JUNE 4. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 5 June 1897
DEPARTURES. THURSDAY,! JUBB 4. BoxtiABBA. 8jB" for Fremantle. Passengers from here : airs. Cockroft and Mr. Ñatton. FBXDAT, JUBB 4. .V ^ OBUBA, B.M.S., for the Eastern Colonies! Passengers from here: Mesdames Jade; . Sandover, Temer, Pottier, Haft, Concbon/ and Byron ; Misses Sandover, Stokes,-Me-; G rory, and Byron ; Messrs Sandover, Jade, Bethell, Quash, Urquhart, Watkins, Hirth, Bandall, Harvey, Horthey, Kirkham. HaS> Tulon, Taylor, Matson, .Dalton, Ckracbmv Bowe, Greenway, Wagstaff, Johnson. Clif ton. Leresche, and Williamson.
SUICIDE AT SEA. A PASSENGER JUMPS FROM THE DECK OF THE R.M.S. ORUBA. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 5 June 1897
SUICIDE AT SEA. I- ? A PASSENGER JUMPS FROM THE DECK OF THE R.H.S. ORUBA. At 7.30 p.m. oñ the 26th nit. a third class passenger on the B.M.S. Oraba, named Jans Christian Jensen, was observed to jump overboard from the deck! B. Mace, the boatswain witnessed the affair and imme diately raised the cry of " Man -overboard." Two life buoys wera thrown in the direction of the drowning man and also the stern bnoy with light attached. Thd engines were stopped and reversed and a boat was manned by four seaman in charge of the fourth mate. A thorongh search in the vicinity of the bnoys was then made and the ship also steamed slowly round the spot, but there were no signs of the missing man. At 8.30 the boat returned to the steamer and the voyage was resumed. The suicide occurred shortly after leaving Colombo. Deceased was 39 years of ape and an engineer by trade. He had booked his passage at London for Sydney. During the voyage his conduct had been orderly and he showed no signs of insanity. ...
A GOOD CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 5 June 1897
A GOOD CHARACTER. ?': Pears Soap is pare, delightful and refreshing ~ A sew appointment has boen created inthe Telegraph Department, that of Inspector of, the Albany-Enola. telegraph lines. The ap-" pointment has been given to Mr. A. Imi&yrik renee the inspector of lines on the West ; coast. _- ? ? '5=3
LOCAL COMMITTEE MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 5 June 1897
LOCAL COMMIT IKE MEETINGS. j A meeting of the Festivities Committee was held at the Town Hall on Thursday afternoon. Present.-Crs. Gee and Knight ; Messr. Hor ton, Covert, Doyle, C. Keyser and G. Fruin. Messrs S. Marchant and Baxter sent apologies being prevented by business from attending. Cr. Gee was elected chairman and Mr. G. Fruin secretary. The secretary read a letter from Mrs. Forster, stating that the Ministering Child dren s Leagoe were arranging a children's ball in aid of the Industrial School for the Blind to take place in Jubilee -Week, and asking the committee not to hold another children's ballas the two would clash. The secretary said the Illumination Com mittee wished them to devote a small amount to assist them in holding a ball. He however thought that as the Oddfellows' were having their annual ball the same week, it would hardly be fair for them to hold another. - It was then decided not to holds ball for either adults or children - Mr. C. Keyser proposed that s...
THE QUEEN'S REIGN. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 5 June 1897
THE QUEEN'S REIGN. London, Wednesday. The Queen will give a special reception to the colonial premiers. The Colonial Institute has adopted an address of congratulation to the Queen in which reference is made to the marvellous expansion and the unexampled development of the resources of the colonies as among the most remarkable features of the reign. London, Thursday. Mr. Seddan was a guest at the Institute of Mining Engineers, In reply to the toast of his health he referred to the growth of the trade of the colonies, and said that in the hour of peril England would find the colo nies behind her. This statement was received with great cheering. The West Australian contingent have ar rived by the Orotava all well. Private | Sheller when sitting on a hatchway was killed by a falling Mock and there was a ] military funeral at Gibraltar. \ Me.hourne, Friday. Manifold Bro! hers, the well-known race horse owne'S of Camperdown, have given the local Council £750 to erect a Jubilee Swim ming ...