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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 17 June 1897
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -9 The steamer Innamincka is due here on Friday irom Fremantle. The steamer Nemesis is doe here from the Eastern Colonies on Sunday. The steamer Marloo is expected from the Eastern Colonies on Saturday. The steamer Tagliaferro is expected from Melbourne on Friday with a general cargo for this port. The steamer Adelaide is due here on Sunday morning from Melbourne direct with 15 ton» of cargo for this port. The F.M.S. Australien is due here on Fri day from Marseilles with 75 tons of cargo. White in port she will take in coal. THE Acting Premier has returned to Perth from Geraldton. TBBBE will be four days exemptions at Coolgardie-one for the races and three for the Jubilee celebrations. BECOBD REIGN SPOBTS AT WAGIN.-At a meeting of the Sports Committee held in the Agricultural Hall, Wagin, on Saturday the 11th instant, it was resolved to hand over to the School Board £10 of the £35 allotted for the Queen's Reign festivities, for the children's picnic which is t...
The Advertiser THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 17 June 1897
THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1897. THE recent meeting of the Albany School Board showed, as we have already said,that a certain amount of friction exists between the Board and the headmaster. It id, however, a condition of things that can be readily removed after a little re flection, for it seems to have arisen from a misunderstanding of the relations of the headmaster and the Board. Daring the meeting Mr. Pearson used very strong language with regard to the con dition of the school-language that we consider he was not justLfied^in using. We will give our reasons for this .view. Up to a certain period early in last year the Albany School was one of the best condacted schools in the colony, the then headmaster being a very able man. The headmaster and his chief assistant then began a career of relaxation that had dis astrous effects upon the school, those ef fects being apparent in the annual report. The condition of thiogs most have been known to members of the School Board for months bat th...
FOREIGN CABLES. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] The Colonial Premiers in England. SPEECHES ON TRADE RELATIONS AND FEDERATION. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 17 June 1897
FOREIGN GABLES. -- [FBOM OUB OWN COBBESPONDENT.] Hie Colonial Premiers in England. SPEECHES ON TRADE RELA TIONS AND FEDERATION. London, Tuesday. The Dake of Devonshire speaking at Liverpool said the colonies had never filled a larger place than now in .the pop alar miad. The feeling was growing among the citizens that a great empire was necessary to secare an increasing commerce. It was necessary for them to find markets for themselves and he looked forward to the creation of Australian, African and West Indian Dominions which would perhaps rival the United States ia power and prosperity while re maining parts of an undivided empire. (Cheers.) For 25 years West Africa j had been treated in accordance with the I suggestions of a Parliamentary Com mittee, and they had discovered, perhaps when it was too late, how valuable that territory was. Britain was reaping the fruits of a wiser policy in the Canadian tariff which was a long step towards a closer commercial connection between the ...
ESPERANCE NEWS. Esperance, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 17 June 1897
ESPERANCE NEWS. Esperance, Tuesday. The Agricultural Society decided last Dight to apply to the Government for a por tion of the land to conduct experiments with crops. Mr. MacMichael read a paper dealing with the advantages of agricultural societies. Much interest is being taken in agriculture. The holders of garden areas are planting lucerne and other crops. It is proposed to bold an Agricultural, Horticultural and Flori cultural Show in November. Ten special prizes already have been offered. Extensive preparations have been made for celebrating the Jubilee. Special services are to be held by the Church of England and the Wesleyans. On Monday there is to be an Arbor Day and children's picnic, also the ceremony of naming the paiks. A public meeting is to be held to-morrow night, for the purpose of appropriating the £100 granted by the Government for the célébrations. It is suggested to erect a rotunda on the Esplanade. Medals are to be presented to the school children to-morrow by ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 17 June 1897
ROYAL GEORGE HOTEL, Cpiose to Bail way and Jetties) Is again ander the Proprietorship and direct Management of MB EDWARD REYNOLDS, who intends to spare no expense to maintain his reputation and ito keep the' above Hotel the most Popular in Albany. Billiards and (Stabling. Porter attends all Trains and Steamers. 191L KO FAL GEORGE HOTEL, ALBANY (Close to Ballway and Jetties) IE again ander the Proprietorship and direct Management of MB EDWARD REFNOLDS, who intends to spare wt expense to maintain bis reputation and to keep the above Hotel the most Popular .in Albany. Billiards and Stabling. Porter attends all Trains and Steamers. 191K
POLICE COURT. ALBANY: TUESDAY, JUNE 15. [Before Mr. B. C. Lottie, R.M., Capt, Nicolson and Mr. A. Y. Hassell, J's.P.] FURIOUS DRIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 17 June 1897
POLICE COURT. ALBANY : TUESDAY, JUKE 15. I Before Mr. B. C. Lottie, B.M., Capt, Nicol son and Mr. A. Y. Hassell, J"s.P.l FUBIOUS DBI VING. Sue Wang was charged with furious driv ing on the 10th inst. Constable O'Brien said that on Thursday afternoon he saw defendant driving his horse and cart furiously along York-street and Lower Stirling-terrace. Defendant was mak ing no attempt to pull the horse up. Witness put np his hands and called to defendant to 6top bat he took no notice. Ho was laugh-1 ing and seemed to enjoy the fon. Constable Furlong gave corroborative evi dence. Defendant said that the horse always ran away and he was trying his best to stop it when the police saw him. A fine of 10s with 3s 6d costs was imposed. UNSOUND MIND. Fred Chas. Byrne was charged with being of uncoundmind. The police asked for his , discharge as his two sisters intended looking I after him and wonld send him away to the : other colonies. The bench granted the request. OFFENCES AGAINST THE EDUCATI...
TURKEY AND GREECE London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 17 June 1897
TURKEY AND GREECE London, Monday. The Saltan has appealed to the Czar and the Emperor William to a?sist him in his claim apon Thessaly. This has highly displeased the ambassadors as it moans delay in the arrangement of the terms of peace. London, Tuesday. The Times Vienna correspondent says tbat Turkey is disposed to accept a recti fication of the frontier.
THE QUEEN'S REIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 17 June 1897
THE QUEEN'S REIGN. Â meeting of the General Committee for the Jubilee Day celebrations will be held to-mcrrow af lernoon in the Town Hall. A special meeting of the Albany School Board was held yesterday afternoon, when it was decided that the medals and ribbons be forwarded to the head teachers of the dis trict schools for distribution on suitable dates. The medals for the Albany School will be presented to the children at ll a.m. on Tuesday next by the headmaster in the presence of the School Board. The trees will be planted the. same day. At King Biver, Cranbrook, and Mount Barker Mrs, j Hassell will superintend the tree planting, i j and at Denmark Mrs. Knight. !
BALL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 17 June 1897
BALL COMMITTEE). A meeting of the Ball Committee wab held in the Town Hall (lowjr room} on Tuesday afternoon. Ur. E. Troode was elected chairman and Mr. F. Baxter secretary. The following have been reqnested to act as children's committee :-Mrs. and Miss Milne, Misses Mair (2) and/Misses Palmer (2), Messrs. Fruin, Wyle, J. Horton, James, T. Barnett and J. Phillips. The adult ball committee was elected as follows :-Messrs. Troode, Baxter, Mills, Qt. fioberts and J. Phillips. Messrs. Professor Hughes (piano), B. Eutheiford (violin) and W. Carlyon (cornet) have been engaged to play for the night. Befreshments are being provided far children and adults free and the Committee have arranged for a plentiful supply. London, Tues 'ay. Seven thousand Freemasons' from all parts of the Empire will take part in the Jubilee congratulations to the Queen. Lord Bo berta has inspected the colonial troops, and eaidjhe was well satisfied with their appearance and with their marching.