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TURKEY AND GREECE London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 June 1897
TURKEY AND GREECE --. London, Monday. Tarkey is claiming the cession of Thessaly on the grounds that Greece was unfair in ber treatment of the Moslems and because she failed to sup press brigandage. The Sultan has granted a general pardon to the members of the Young Tarkish Party and has promised to carry ont great reforms later if they will assist the Government in the present crisis. The Party consequently have decided to suspend hostile action against the Sultan.
A GOOD CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 June 1897
A GOOD CHARACTER. I Pears Soap is pore, delightful and refreshing. P. A. H. Weston's African Medical Wonder has made a marvellous improvement in my family's health. Lassitude, hepatic-torpidity anaemia, and the distressing symptoms at tending dyspepsia have all disappeared, and the patients nervous vigour, health, strength, and vitality have returned with increase of appetite and refreshing sleep. Tour African Wonder for children and infants is unexcelled in its mild and health-giving qualities.-. Signed Thomas Whitton Williams, Hay-street, Perth, W.-A, Do.-e, 10 drops. Price 3s. 6d. All chemists Bead the advertisement.*
Shipping. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 June 1897
Shipping. London, Tuesday. . Arrivais-Loch Long, Nora, West Glen, Tarakina and Fern. Departures-For Sydney, Port Char ters and Port Jackson ; for Newcastle, Salamis ; for Brisbane, Fifeshire and Nairnshire ; for Wellington, Hermoine; for Fremantle, Annie McDonald.
THE QUEEN'S REIGN. THE FATAL ACCIDENT TO PRIVATE SNELLER. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 June 1897
THE QUEEN'S REIGN. THE FATAL ACCIDENT TO PRIVATE 8NELLER. I London. Mondar. Private Sneller, of the Weet Australian contingent, who was killed~at Gibraltar by a falling block, did not heed a warning and v al ked on a portion of the deck where the r-assengers were prohibited from walking on account ot the rigging undergoing alteration. His visit to England was not known to his ! relatives and be intended to surprise them. j The sum of £50 was collected on the ship to erect a memorial at Gibraltar. i It appears that the Irish will not share in the rejoicings in connection with the Queen's Jubilee. Mr. T. P. O'Connor says he will not appear at the celebration because the reign ot Queen Victoria has been disastsous to his country. Mr. Dillon and others have presented to friends the tickets they re c iived as members of the House of Commons. London, Tuesday. The Sonth Australian Rifles have arrived and are quartered in Chelsea Barracks. Perth, Wednesday. At Fremantle it has been decided ...
SPORTING NEWS. ISLINGTON TOURNAMENT. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 June 1897
w ISLINGTON TOURNAMENT. London, Tuesday. The followiog are some of the results of the contests at the Islington Tournament : Heads and Poets-Tarlington (Rifles), 1 ; Bat ham (Rifles), 2. Lemon Catting-Harkins (Lancers), 1 ; McAllister (Rifles), 2. Tent Pegging-Williams (Lancers), 1 ; Robinson (Lancers), 2. Lance (mounted) v. Bayonet-B, Tarling ton, 1 ; Perry (Rifles), 2. Sword v. Sword (mounted)-O'Grady (Lancers), 1 ; Finnerty (Rifles), 2s. The Naval Brigade defeated the Lancers at wrestling. The displays of the New South Wales men were greatly applauded.
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 June 1897
MINING NOTES. The Desirable bas crashed 380 tons for 421oz. The Lady Shenton mine has cleaned np for the month, the yield being l,804oz.of smelted gold from 449 Urns. The North Boulder mine has crushed 166 tons for a yield of l,029oz. An average of over 6oz, The Boulder Perseverance mine has crushed 905 tons for 817oz. The Water Trust Company, at Northam, is j about to erect concentrators and chlorination plants. The Flagstaff Company, Coolgardie, have arranged to send them 3,000 tons of stone for treatment. The North Star mine, Mount Malcolm, cleaned up for May, producing l,221oz. of smelted gold. The Champion mine, Cae, crashing re sulted in 350oz. smelted gold from 640 tons, The May Flower mine, Mount Magnet, has crushed a parcel of 25 tons for a yield of 53oz. . _
ESPERANCE NEWS. Esperance, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 June 1897
ESPERANCE NEWS. Esperance, Wednesday. I At a meeting of the Boads Boards held last night it was decided to prepare esti mates of the money required for the roads of the district for the purpose of applying to the Government to place a substantial amount on the next estimates It is con sidered that a heavy sum will be required to pat the roads in a trafficabie condition to enable the agticultural settlers to proceed with their operations. A strong westerly gale set in yesterday accompanied by showers of rain. The steamer Herbert started for Albany in the evening, but was driven back and anchored in the Bay this afternoon. Twenty-five points of rain were registered this morning. The captain of the Herbert has had a hurri cane light erected at Bremer to enable him to navigate the harbor at night. He also ex periences inconvenience in getting away from the Esperance jetty dnring bad weather, no mooring buoys being provided to enable steamers to haul away. Steamers frequently damage them...
The Death of Lady Shenton. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 June 1897
The Death of Lady Shenton. London, Tuesday. Mr. Kingston, Sir John Forrest and Sir Malcolm Fraser attended the funeral of Lady Shenton. As the committee for the jubilee week have decided to hold a juvenile ball on June 22, the promoters of the ball advertised to take place on June 23 have decided to hold a concert instead. The object of the concert is to raise funds to send to the Blind Asylum about to be erected in Perth, and should receive the support such an institution deserves, particularly as Albany will, if ever necessary, participate in the benefits accruing from such an institute. LUXURIA WT TT A TB, with a clean, wholesome scalp free from irritating «nd pc>ly fruptioos, is produ ei by wann shampoos with CTJTI CUBA. SOAP and gent-c app icatioc cf Ctrrr cop*. (ointments the great shin cure, tie m^st èfïe tive skin purifiers an i beautifiers in the w ^rid, as ve 1 as the purest and sweetest for tojfrt, -bath.^ and nursery. They clear t*-e s alp and hair of crusts, scale", ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 June 1897
Roads, Board. FLAU TA GE NET ROADS BOARD. At s MEETING ol the above Board held, at Voting Barker où SATURDAY, February 27,1897, it was resolved to RESUME, for the parpóse of opening ap a new fine of com munition, a STRIP of LAND, one chain wide, through Locations 19'arid SI from the Western to the Eastern Boandary oí same as per Hoad Snrrev Posts now erected. H E. WARBURTON, Chapman, P.R.B. , Mount Barker. Mar -h «. 1897. 189t. Tenders. A BAN QUARANTINE STATION ADDITIONS CONTRACT. Tenders will be received at this Office up to NOON on TUESDAY, the 15th June, 1897, for the above Contract. -' They, are to be addressed to the" The Hon. the' Director of Public- Works," and marked outside, "Tender for Albany1 Quarantine Station Additions Contract." Conditions of Contract, Specifications, and Drawings may be seen at-this Office,and the - Courthouse)1 Albany, on and af ter the 25th Hay, 1897, Thel&westor any tender will not neces sarily be accepted. By order of the Hon. Director of ...
The Advertiser. THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 June 1897
Tri U ÜB DA Y, JUNIS IO, 1897. . :; IT must be pleasing to those who adro- ; ca ted the parchase of the Great Southend Railway to find that there is so strong*! tendency on the part of selectors to 4ako : ap land in the neighborhood of Âlb&ny^ This land had been looked up for nearlyj twelve years, for it could not be pardasetl| from the West Australian Land Coat-i pany except at a very high price. TKBJÏ was a great drawback to tins town. ¿Lj' certain number of people did select fionx the Company and nearly all of them have done well. Example of what can be done with the land in the district may be Jbarul at Nanerap on the farm of Mc Leisb>-1 man, at Grasmere on the farm of Mri North and at King River on the farmof ' Mr. Nenmann. There are Otiten? 4oX which we might refer, bnt we take Wiimñ as notable examples. Recently weiatns^ ascertained the views of these tbrec*Bb|| tiers as to the lands of the oUslxvct «d£S| their treatment. They are allotopmtoln^ that no man should t...
LOCAL COURT. ALBANY: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9. [Before Mr. R. C. Loftia, R.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 June 1897
LOCAL COURT. ALBANY: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9: j Before Mr. B. C. Loftia, B.M.] Drew, Robinson & Cb. v. 6. Donovan, ad journed hearing of judgment summons; further adjourned until next court day. George Ugiow v. J. Green, adjourned hear ing of judgement summons ; further ad journed until next court day. J. F. C. Greeve v. David Woodrow. Claim for £6 12s for goods supplied. Judg ment for amount claimed with £1 17s Gd costs. ' Haynes & Robinson v. A. Â. Ballard. Claim for £1 13s 81 for professional services rendered. Judgment for amount with 9s 6d costs. B. Daryea v. C. H. Iffla.-Claim for £7 19s for photos supplied. Judgment for amount with £1 7s 6d costs. Drew, Bobinson & Co. v. O. P. Jepson. -Claim for £3 10s, goods sold and delivered. Judgment for amount with £1 2s costs. John Moir & Co. v. Ki Ho.-Claim for £7 ls 7d goods sold and delivered. Judgment for amount with £1 9s 6d costs. H. S. J. Knight v. J8. B. Graham-Judg ment summons for claim cf £12 Ss 2d. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 June 1897
L OASBY'S "WAHO O." THE REMEDY 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. " Wahoo" has effected WAHOO marvellous cures in all the Eastern Colonies and New Zea land alter doctors and patent medicines of all kind» failed to even relieve. Cures effected by Loasby's " Wahoo " have been subjected to impartial in vestigation by ¡the N.S. Wale3 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 3s, from ail Chemists and Storekeepers. Wholesale Agents OBLANDO J. KEMPTHOBN, MtJBBAY-STBEET, PfiBTH, 162f kENMARE ATHLETIC SPORTS TO BB HELD ON 22ND JUNE, 1897. PROGRAMME. Maiden Plate, 106yds. First prize, £2 ; 2nd, £1 ; 3rd, 10s. Entrance fee, 2s 6d. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. First prize, £5; 2nd, £2; 3rd, *l. 2-omi nation, 2s Gsj accentance, ls 6d Ha...
SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 10 June 1897
SHIPPING ITEMS. The steamet Bollana is expected to-mor row from Fremantle. The French mail steamer Australien is due here from Marseilles on the 18th inst with 75 tons of cargo. The steamer Innamincka is expected early on Saturday morning from the Eastern Colonies. The steamer Narrung arrived from Mel- I bourne at noon on Tuesday and after coaling ] left at daylight yesterday for London. The steamer Albany is expected to-day from Fremantle. She will proceed to Ade laide, where she will be overhauled. The steamer Bulimba arrived at 5.30 p.m. on Monday from the Eastern Golonies and left at 7 a.m, on Tuesday after discharging j 110 tons of cargo. The steamer Barcoo arrived from the East ern Colonies at 11.30 a.m. yesterday, and after ] discharging 37 tons of cargo and mails left for Fremantle in the afternoon. The steamer Gabo arrived at 2.3Û a.m. yes terday from the Eastern Colonies and after discharging 50 tons of cargo and 6 bullocks I left for Fremantle at 8.30 am. the same day. TH...