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SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897
SHIPPING; ITEMS. The steamer Adelaide is das here on Saturday from Fremantle. The Bteamer Waroonga is due here on Thursday from Fremantle. The steamer Marloo from Fremantle is ex - pee ted to arrive on Sunday The steamer Tarawonga is due here on the 29th instant from Melbourne, The F.M.S. Armand Beh'c is expected from the Eastern Colonies on Thursday. The Bteamer Wollowra is due Lere on Saturday from the Easterr Colonies. The steamer Herbert leis for Esperance on Sunday at 9 p.m. with 22 tons of cartro. The steamer Marloo arri red from tie East ern Colonies at 1 p.m. on Saturday and after discharging 60 tops of cargo and 16 bullocks left for Fremantle at 5.45 P-m. The R.M.8. Victoria arrived from the East ern Colonies at 2.45 p.m. on Satur ay and after landing and embarking mails &nd pas. seagers left for London three hours later,
DEPARTURES. FRIDAY, JUNE 18. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897
DBPABTOBBS. FBIDAY, JUNE 18. INNAMINCKA, S.S.,* for the Eastern Colonies. Passengers for here : Mrs Halliday and child, Messrs. Tidemann, Harrison and Matthinsen. SATURDAY, JUNE 19. MABLOO, S.S.. for Fremantle. Passengers from here : Mrs Hoey ; Messrs Middleton, Mitchell, and Kent. VICTORIA, B.M.S., for London. Passengers from here : Mrs and Miss títein ; Messrs Stein (2), Goodair, Odgers, Cheston, Simon, and Captain Stevens. SUNDAY, JONE 20. HEBBERT, 6.B., for Esperance. Passengers from here : Captain McKenzie.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. FEIDAY, JUNE 18. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. '-. ARRIVALS. FEIDAY, JUNE 18. INNAMINCKA, s.e., from Fremantle. Passen ger for here : Mr. McGregor. SATURDAY, JUNK 19. MAHLOO, s.s., from the Eastern Colonies. Passengers for here : Mesdames Irving and Arrow ; Miss Arrow, Messrs Considine, Arrow, and Manda. VICTORIA, B.M.S., from the Eastern Colo nies. Passengers for here : Mesdames Sholl and two children, Bead and child, Meredith, Conlchett, Henn, Angrove and daughter. Parker, Bleechmore, Beynolds (2) and five children, Walters and infant, Whitford, Tentón and child ; Misses Berry, Guerin, and Sutton ; Messrs Meyers (3), Pike, Higgins, Gorrie, Longbottom, Oyqer, Angrove, Simms, Parker, Hemmant. Daw, Forbes, Strutton, Oldfield, Chpman, Cox, Mclnnedy, Barber, Coulchett, Bobertson, Andrew, Whitford, Matthews, and Tentón.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897
ROYAL GEORGE HOTEL, ÀJL B A S Y J ^ . Ç53S_ COlose to Raüway andi Jetties) Wßtfa Is again under the Proprietorship and direct Management of MB EDWARD REYNOLDS, who intends to spare no 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. 1911. OYAL GEORGE HOTEL, » ALBANY (Close to Bailway and Jetties) Is again under tbe Proprietorship and direct Management of ME EDWABD REYNOLDS, who intends to spare no expense to maintain his reputation and to keep tbe above Hotel tbe most Popular in Albany. Billiards and Stabling. Porter attends all Trains and Steamers. 19lt
A GOOD CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897
A GOOD CHARACTER. Pears Soap is pore, delightful and refreshing. CADBURYS COCOA. A s'imulating and sustaining cup-made instantly. DEAFNESS COMPLETELY CUBED.-Any per son suffering from Deafness, Noises in the Head, &c., may learn of a new, simple treat ment, which is proving very successful in completely curing oases of all kinds. Full particulars including many unsolicited testi monials and newspaper press notices, will be sent post free on application. The system is witbont doubt, the most successful eves brought before the public. Address, Aura, specialist, Albany Buddings, 39 Victoria» street, Westminister, London, S.W F. A. H Weston's African Medical Wonder cures Chronic Constipation, Kidney, Liver, Blood and Skin Diseases, and is the best Nerve Food the world of botany can produce. ' ls. curative action on the liver, elegentbnt gentle aperient properties, and wonderful Tonie qualities, have commended themselves to myself and wi e (nee Docy Stewart:)"-Signed, Henry R. Ha...
FOREIGN CABLES. [FROM OUR own CORRESPONDENT.] Proposed, Great Freezing Works Company. London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897
FOBJIGN CABLES. £FBOM OÜB own COEEESPOHDEKT.] Proposed, Great Freezing Works Company. London, batnrd&y. Mr. E. T. Hooley, who propose to amalgamate all the freezing companies, sees no renson, except want of combina tion, why frozen meat should not realize a penny more, amounting to an addi tional £650,000 a year to the colonies. He proposes, if sufficient freezing com panies can be purchased, to amalgamate them with larger capital than the present aggregate value and parchase the old companies from the date of last balance sheet. The price is to be equal to the net value of the assets at last balance with a bonus equal to aggregate an; aunt paid in dividends for the last seven years or pro rata. If the company is younger than seven years the purchase price is to be as follows :-Debenture holdei s or bankers who have lent money have the option of the first call of 5 per cent, of the debenture stock in the new com ¿any ; or cash ; the trade creditors are to have ' cash from th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897
MR. David Bogg, of Kalgoorl writes: "Your African Medical Wonder has completely curod me of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint and Chronic Constipation, and my wife wonld not lie without Wt'feton,« Majiic Pills and African Medical Wonder if they cost a sovereign a ? bottle. These valuable medicines have made ¡ a salutary and marked influence ' upon the ] health of my young family, and I cap eon- ' . scientiously recommend them to all in ill health." Dose, 10 drops. Price 3d. 6d* Head I the Advertisement-Advt
SOUTH AFRICA. London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897
SOUTH: AFRICA. London, Saturday. 'President Kruger has sent a reply to Mr. Chamberlain in "which he displays a very conciliatory spirit and a desire for peace. He asks for arbitration regard ing the convention. The treaty between the Orange Free State and the Transvaal has been ratified. It provides that each shall help the other when its independence is in danger.
The Colonial Premiers in England. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897
The Colonial Premiers in England. London, Friday. ¡sir ueorge lamer says be desires co see che cattlemen of Australia make an other effort to develop the live meat trade. The Canadian cattle though of inferior quality sell easily. He suggests a systematic experiment to overcome the difficulty of the long voyage. London, Saturday. In an interview Sir John Forrest has stated that the railway companies should use jarrah sleepers, and he is arranging for a trial of them. The report of the experts on the Coolgardie water scheme will be ready shortly and he expects it will be favourable. He favours the amendment of the mining laws in the direction of giving security of tenure and jumping. The degree of doctor of laws is to be conferred by Cambridge University npon Premiers Laurier, Seddon, Braddon and Forrest ; also upon Chief Justice Way. It was an imposing ceremony and the orator eulogised the Premiers separately in Latin. The Victorians in London are arrang ing to entertain Sir George ...
THE QUEEN'S REIGN. AMONG THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897
THE QUEEN'S REIGN. AMONG THE CHURCHES. On Sunday last, the anniversary of Her Majesty's accession to the throne, special services were held in the local chnrches. At St. John's Church the National Anthem was rendered before the opening of the ser vice and special prayers were offered. At the Wesleyan Church, " God Save the Queen " was rendered both morning and evening and in addition appropriate hymns were appointed including " All people that on earth do well." which will be sung throughout England to day.