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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 19 June 1897

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. - ?- , ARRIVALS. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1-6, BULIMBA, S.S., from Fremantle. Passengers for here : Miss Monis ; Messrs Lloyd, Wills, Jaegar, and Mcinnes. WAHOONGA, S.S., from the Eastern Colonies. Passengers for here : Mrs Byan and two infants ; Miss McDowall ; Messrs Savage and Kelly. THURSDAY, JUNE 17. STUTTGART, G.M.S., from Bremen. Passen gera for here : Mrs Swan ; -Miss Moor house ; Messrs Heyssler, Karnasch, Swan, Connelly, Cunningham, O'Grady, Birchley, Moorhouse, Herbert, McCleery, Cameron, Zain and friend, Hayes. FBIDAY, JUKE 18. AUSTRALIEN, F M.S., from Marseilles. Pas sengers for here : Mesdames Foichrat and Gibns ; Messrs Gibus, Daven, Ondinach, Cubell, Butcher, Forchtat, and Renais. HEBBEBT, S.S., from Esperance. Passengers for here: Mrs Williams; Miss Moore; Messrs Mitchell, Canning, Benton, Hill, Hoey, Houston, Orally, and Woodland. OBMUZ, B.M.S., from London. Passengers for here: Mesdames Kirk ande hild, Baker, Gordon and child, Sherlock, Winterbotham ...

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The Italian Navy. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 19 June 1897

The Italian Navy, London, Wednesday. The Italian Naval Budget has been increased by seven and. a half million lire.

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POLICE COURT. ALBANY: THURSDAY, JUNE 17. [Before Mr. R. C. Loftie, R.M.] DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 19 June 1897

POLICE COURT. AÍBANY : THURSDAY, JUNK 17. I Before Mr. B. C. Lof tie, B.M.] ~~ DRUNK. Edward Nolan was charged with being drank while on the prohibited list. - Constable O'Brien said that on the morn ing of the 16th inst, he saw prisoner stagger ing along Stirling-terrace and arrested bim. Sergeant Stokes said he was at the station when the prisoner was brought in and con sidered he was too drunk to be brought be fore the Bench that morning. Prisoner said he was not drunk although he had had a drop of liquor. He had been in the lock-up 2i hours already. The Bench decided to discharge him. UNSOUND MIND. Guistini Balista was charged with being of unsound mind. The case was adjourned on the application of the police. ASSAULT. James Leeman, a colored man, was charged by Wm. Baldry .with assaulting him on Sunday last. Mr. Dymes appeared for plaintiff and said the case was brought forward as defendant had repeatedly insulted plaintiff and his wife. He had made statements about them which ...

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The Colonial Premiers in England. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 19 June 1897

The Colonial Premiers in England. London, Wednesday. Sir George Tamer considers that the salary of the Agent-General should be at least £2000 in view of the great in crease of the work. Mr. Laurier, speaking at Glasgow, said the colonies were proud of their free position and they aspired to play a greater part and to press onward until they shared in a nnited empire and nntil the disparity between the British and Colonial subjects of the Queen was re moved.

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SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 19 June 1897

SHIPPING ITEMS. The steamer Nemsis is due here to-morrow from the Eastern Colonies, The Bteamer "Hnbbock is dne from the Eastern Colonies on Monday. 1 be steamer Yarrawonga is due here on the 29th instant from Melbourne. The steamer Herbert arrived from Esper ance with mails at 1 a.m. yesterday.] The B.M.S. Victoria is expected from the Eastern Colonies this morning with mails The F.M.S. Armand Behicisdue here from the Eastern Colonies on Thursday. The steamer Marloo is expected to-day from the Eastern Colonies with. 60 tons of cargo. The steamer Adelaide from Melbourne direct is due here on Monday morning with 15 tons of cargo. . The schooner Grace Darling arrived at 3 a m. yesterday from Adelaide where she haß been thoroughly overhauled. The F.U.6. Australien arrived at 5.15 a.m. yesterday from Marseilles and after discharg ing 75 tons of cargo left for the i Eastern Colonies. The steamer Gabo arrived from Fremantle at 8 a.m. on Wednesday and left at ll p.m. for the Eastern Coloni...

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DEPARTRES. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 19 June 1897

DKPABT ORES, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16. GABO, g. B., for the Eastern Colonies, Pas» seng ers from here : Mesdames Barrett and Style ; Hiss Barrett ; .Messrs Barrett {2), Woods, Watson, JFlowrest, EUian, Clothier, Crossley, and."En¿wistIe. THURSDAY, JUNK 17. BULIMBA, S.S" for the Eastern Colonies. Passengers from here i Misses Williams s nd Byrne ; Messrs Commins, Byrne, Harris, and McLean. FRIDAY, JUKE 18. OBMUZ, B.M.S., for the Eastern Colonies. Passengers from here: Mesdames Innes, Lindsay, Simeon, Winter, Beaumont, and ; Lyons ; Misses Slade, Soott, Boberts, and . Macquarie; Messrs Lloyd, Truman, Hall, Lindsay, Griffiths, Garling, Crothers. Stock, Wight, Taylor, Gurry, Denford, Handley, Geliert, Beaumont,-: Winter, Allen, North cott, and Mitchell. AUSTRALIEN, F.M.S., for the Eastern Colo nies. Passengers /rom here: Messrs Shaw, Jennings, Butta-, Thompson, East, Deely, Wallace, Beardon, Wachsteter, Nicholson, Lazarus, and Lees.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 19 June 1897

Shipping:. TH E PENINSU LAR &ORLENTAL STEAM NAVIGATIOH COMPANY. THE P. & O. S. N. COM PACT, nuder 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 : Victo* ia Clr'ua ... Australia Valetta Arcadia tfassiiia 6527 7899 6901 5033 6603 5026 WDG Worcester, f«M. de Horne J. Reeves C. Gadd A.O. Loggin Ii. H. Crawford! July An gast 17 31 14 28 KATES OF PASSAGE MONET ¡ To London-First Saloon ¿560 co ¿£70. Second Saloon, .£35, JC37, & £40. Return Tickets from £65 to £115. Return Tickets between any of the Eastern Colonies and New Zealand are now available for 6 (six) months from date of 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 ean be paid here for passage j from England. f Liberal concess...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 19 June 1897

Entertainments. »pOWN HALL, ALBANY. TO-NIGHT ! TO-NIGHT I ! Positively the last night of D A V I S'_ '? FANTASTIQUES. The FtmDieet Show on Earth TO-NIGHT I AT 8 O'CLOCK I TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT I AT 8 O'CLOCK | TO-NIGHT. ANOTHER STARTLING SENSATION. The famous Test Seance with which MISS ANNA FAY deceived Professor Crooks and the Leading Scientists of England. Last Night of MADAME STELLA DAVIS, The Qaeen of Clairvoyantes. Last Night of DAVIS' FUNNY FAMILY. ADMISSION-3s., 2s. and One Shilling. Box Plan at Woodelton's. HENRY E. PARKER, _Manager. Jubilee Celebrations. g P E C I A L NOTICE. QUEEN'S JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS. It has been decided to hold the BICYCLE BACKS on WEDNESDAY 23rd starting at 2 p.m. instead of Tuesday 22nd as Adver tised and the CHILDREN'S SPORTS are also postponed until Wednesday Afternoon 23rd from 2 to 5 p.m. G. T. FRUIN, 739b Hon. Sec. Festivities Committee. Ö T ï C E. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1897. GRAND BICYCLE PROCESSION. N All Cyclists desirous of taking part in Proces...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 19 June 1897

Business ^ Y. HASSELL, & 00 Y. AUCTIONEERS, LAND, STOCK, STATION, SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND GENERAL AGENTS Agent«-Phoenix Fire Office and National Mutual Life Association of Australia. _YOBKSTBEET, ALB AN Y. _lS5f JOHN MOIB & COY., MERCHANTS, SHIPPING, COMMISSION, INSURANCE ASS GENE SAL AGENTS. 3>: ? ? IMPORTERS OF WINES, BP1B1TS, & BEERS. GROCERIES fe OILMEN'S STORES. CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVED AND DEALT WITH. GOODS RECEIVED AK© STOBKO. AU0TIONEEB8 ANS LAND AGENTS. AGENTS FOB NSW ZEALAND INSURANCE Clo. (Fin and Marine) AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY (Life). J OH N MOIR & CO., . ALBANY, Wf4, . General Business. QAMPBELL & BARKER, 'FANCY BREAD BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS, YORK STREET, fsr*Two doors from. Messrs H nut, Corry Je Co Deliver Bread, Breakfast Rolls, Tea Cakes and All other Confectionery, Hop and dinger Beer, fine Apple Cider, to any part of the Town, OT The Cheapest Place for WEDDING and BIRTHDAY CAKES. I83m O T I G E. A. E. BTILEY H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 19 June 1897

J^O AS B Y'S " W AH Ü0." THE REMEDY OF THE AGE. For. Indigestion. Lirer and.Kidney Com plaints, Piles, Loss of Appetite, Sick Headache. LO ABBY'S is a purely Herbal Tonic and laxative, fi Wahoo" haseffectei WAHOO_marvellous cures in all the . Eastern Colonies and New Zea " bind after doctors and patent medicines of all kinds failed . toeven relieve. Cures.effec.ted by Loasby:s Wahoo " have been subjected to impartial ia vestigatioa by the N.S. Wale«. Press, 'and pronounced genuine recoveries. LOAS BY'S is guaranteed to cure the worst . . case of Dyspepsia, lt stimulates WAHOO" the, whole system, and iß the most' powerful Tonic made. Loasby's Wahoo," price Ss, from all Chemists and Storekeepers. Wholesale Agents ORLANDO J.'KKM PTHOBN, MURRAY-STREET, PERTH. 162f J) E N M A R K. JOHN REILLY, PROPRIETOR of the DENMARK DINING ROOMS, begs to inform the PUBLIC OF ALBANY and SURROUNDING DISTRICTS that, as his PREMISES'have recently been greatly ENLARGED AND IMPROVED, he is now in a position...

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M.U., I.O.O.F. LOYAL ALBANY LODGE, NO. 6567. CELEBRATION OP THE FODBTEENTH ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 19 June 1897

M.y" I.O.O.F. LOYAL ALBANY LODGE, NO. 6567. CELEBRATION OP THE FODBTEENTH ANNÍYERSABY. The members of tbe above lodge celebrated their fourteenth anniversary on Wednesday. The usual procession left the lodge at 3 p m., and was taken part in by about 70 adults and 30 juvenile members headed by the banner of the lodge and the -Town Band. Divine service was conducted in St. Johns Church by Mr. W. H Graham owing to the illness of the Chaplain (the Rev. W, W. Johnson ) The procession was then reformed and marcbed|through the principle streets and was quite a pretty sight, the regalias of the officers and mern bets showing np to great advantage. Upon returning to the lodge several apologies were read from members unable to attend. Votes of thanks to the visiting and country members and to the Chaplain were carrie^l'iy acclamation a»:d the Secretary read his annual report as fcl'ows ; BEPOBT OF FOUBTEENTH ANNIVEBSABr. In presenting my report for the past year I have again much pleasure in ...

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THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 19 June 1897

THE BANQUET. At 7.30 p.m. over 70 members sat down in tbe lodge-room to a sumptuous repast pro- vided by Mr. T. Place, of the Premier Hotel The chair was occupied by P.G. Richardson, V.G. Pearson occupying the chair at the other end. The cross tables were presided over by G.M. Mottram and P.G. Layton. After full justice had been done to the good things provided. The Chairman called upon the members to drink "The Health of Her Majesty the Queen," referring briefly to the approaching Diamond Jubilee." " The Grand Master and Board of Direc- tors " was proposed by P.G. Conway. "The District Lodge and Officers" was proposed by P.G. Layton, who referred to the application made by the Albany Lodge to form a new district, and said the main reason for doing this was the inability of the lodge to send delegates to Perth and Fre- mantle, where most of the district meetings were necessarily held, the cost being too great. One other reason was the failure to establish a District Funeral Fund. Th...

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KATANNING NEWS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Katanning, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 19 June 1897

KATANNING NEWS, [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. ] Katanning, Wednesday. Professor Davis was to have performed here last sight, but owing to a very small attend ance he postponed the performance. Amuse ments have been plentiful here lately which accounts for the small attendance. The Bev. A Wilson, from Perth, held services in connection with the Baptist Chnrch on 8unday last in the new Agricul tural Hall. I regret to report the death on Thursday of the wife of Mr. H. Hynes of this district, at the age of 67 years. Mrs. Hynes has been a great sufferer for the past 21 years from rheumatism, and for the last 6 or 7 years has been confined to her bed. The funeral which was well attended took place on Friday. The weather we have been favored with lately has been splendid for the crops which are all coming on nicely. The opening of the local branch of the Oddfellows* Lodge will take place on Monday evening next. I think a strong lodge will be the result. A good number have already joined and...

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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

MINING NOTES. For six months of the present year the Morning Star mine at Mount Magaet has despatched £7,500 to the Ballarat share holders as profit over working expenses. This has been done on an average of twelve pennyweights to the ton. The stone waa carried 230 miles on camels to the battery. Hannans Hundred Acres Coy. is making a clear profit of £100 monthly by the sale of salt water. The western lode at Great Boulder at the 200ft. level is giving a perfect river of water sufficient for all purposes. Frasers have crushed 36 S tons for 211oz. New Victoria Consols Coolgardie has cleaned np 333oz. from 303 tons for a fort nights run.

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THE GLENBROOK TRAGEDIES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

THE GLENBROOK TRAGEDIES. -A Sydney, Monday. Bauer is asking for spiritual consolation. The gaol chaplain hos been told off to visit bim. He wants the muffles removed from his hands, but the authorities decline the re quest. _

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QUEENSLAND. FRUIT EXHIBITION. Brisbane, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

QUEENSLAND, FBUIT EXHIBITION. Brisbane, Monday. The Governor has opened the Intercolonial Frnit Exhibition. It is the finest ever seen in the colonies. Mildara was first with dried fruits, and South Australia only secured prizes in three individual classes.

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The Advocate TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

lUôcrfiger. TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1897. THE presentation that was made to the Hon. J. Â, Wright by the late em ployees of the W.A. Laud Company closes an important chapter in the his tory of Albany. The affairs of the Com pany have been practically wound ap and it is about to cease to have a repre sentative here. Whenever a local his tory is published it will deal at length with the entrance of the Company into the affairs of the town, its career dur ing nearly ten years and then itB de parture. The first few years of the Com pany's connection with Albany should make very interesting reading. First there landed here the late Mr. Anthony Hordern who was a man full of enter prise, energy and ideas. He con ceived the idea of building a railway from Albany to Perth to supplant the mail coach and made proposals to the then Government for a land concession. The proposal was to carry the line straight to Perth by the coach route, but a few influential men in Perth put their heads together and ...

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INTERCOLONIAL. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE ELECTIONS. Adelaide, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

INTERCOLONIAL. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE ELECTIONS. Adelaide, Monday. The Labor Party have decided not to dis pute Mr. A, Sandford's election to the Legis lative Council. Mr. Sandford defeated Mr. Kirkpatrick, a Labor candidate.

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OUR PERTH LETTER. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Perth, June 17. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

OUR PERTH LETTER. TFEOM OUB OWN COBBESPONDENT. 1 Perth, June 17. We are all going Jubilee mad. It ia a kind of fever much thc same as old diggers sutler from, whenever they bear of a new rush. As I telegraphed you last week, the Go vernment are making great efforts to give a splendid display on the Jubilee evenings, for it has now been decided that the Illumina* tions will he for three nights, instead of one aa originally intended. j Talking of the Jubilee celebrations re- j minds me that one of your Bunbury con» temporaries refers to the grasping spirit ' which seems to have possessed eome of the municipalities io endeavoring to get alt they can out of the Government for the record reign celebrations. Albany is held up as the shocking example. It is pointed out that the money should not be wasted, and be merely asked for to be recklessly spent. Albany is then referred to as having secured £200 for jubileeing, and then Oliver Twist like to have asked for more. In this connec tion Al...

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FOREIGN CABLES. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT] The Banquet to Sir John Forrest. THE SPEECHES. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

FOREIGN CABLES. [FEOM otra CORRESPONDENT^ The Banquet to Sir John ITorrest. THE SPEECHES. London. Friday. The guests at the dinner to Sir John Forrest numbered 450 and they included Lord Loch, Sir George Turner. Mr. Kingston, Sir Malcolm Fraser, Mr. Play ford, Bishop Riley and Captain Strick land. Lord Knutsford proposed the toast of the health of Sir John Forrest. He alluded to the great services rendered by Sir John Forrest at the conference held in London in 1888. The gnests sang ** For he's a Jolly goad Fellow." Sir John Forrest, in reply, said he re gretted the death of Sir William Robinson, who had been a good friend of Western Australia. His colony, he said, was interested in Imperial con cerns and did not feel isolated. It was proud to take its part in the Empire and in sharing its privileges and responsi bilities. He sketched the progress of the gold and other industries and said there was no canse for the present de pression. The output of gold was in creasing but the colo...

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