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The Indian Famine. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

The Indian Jb'amine. London, Friday. \ The Viceroy reports that the prospects regarding the endiug of the famine are getting worse.

Publication Title: Albany Advertiser
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TURKEY AND GREECE The Cretan Governorship. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

TURKEY AND GREECE,1 V Tlie Cretan Governorship. London. Sunday. Ihe .rowers nave ottered the governor ship of Crete to an ex-president of Switzerland.

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Shipping. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

Shipping. London, Friday. Arrivals-Penrhyn Castle, Maude, Chili, Urania, Dunmore, Stillwater, Sir Henry Lawrence, Iienicia, Westfield. Departures-For Syduey, A ustedes ;, for Port Pirie, Port Albert, Timaru, Pleiades.

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SALUTE AT THE FORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

SALUTE AT THE FOBTS. Captain .Carme, R.A., informs as that hellas received from the Commandant instructions to fire 60 ronnds from the nine pounders. The rounds will be fired at Point King at midday.

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THE LOCAL CELEBATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

THE LOCAL CELEBATIONS. To-day and to-morrow having_ been pro claimed public holidays in honor of the Queen's record reign. Albany will be en fete> On each day a large programme has been arranged, and as the weather bas every appearance of being perfect, the local festi vities should pass off successfully. At 9 a.m. this morning a special Jubilee service will be held at St. Joseph's B.C. Church, when a Missa Cantata will be sung. In the evening the space between the two schools will be illuminated with lanterns and a scroll will be hung with the inscription " God Save the Queen " written upon it. At ll a.m. the public school children will assemble in the playground and be presented with the medals struck by the Government. The bani will play selections on the terrace at 10.30 a.m. and the ceremony of dedicating the Stirling terrace Park to Her Majesty will be performed by the Mayor at noon. A sports gathering will be held daring the afternoon in McKaifs grant The entries and heats...

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PROGRAMME FOR THE TWO DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

PBOGBAMME FOB THE TWO DAYS. The following programme will be carried oat : TUESDAY. 11 a.m. -Distribution of medals to the child ren in the public sheol giound, also tree planting. 12 " -Dedication of the Stirling-terrace Park to Her Majesty the Queen. 1 p.m.-Sports in McKail's grant for adults. 7 " -Public ball for children, 8 " -Illuminations. 10 " -Public ball for adults. WEDNESDAY. 10 a.m.-Distribution of medals to children attending the Catholic school. 1 p.m.-Cyclists' procession, starting at the Post Office. 2 ,, -Sports for children in McEail's grant, 2 " -Bicycle races on the Middleton-rd. 8 " -Concert in the Town Hali in aid of the Blind Asylum. 8.30 -Oddfellows' Ball.

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THE ILLUMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

THE ILLUMINATIONS. The illuminations will be as follows : The Town Hall will be decorated with bunt ing and variegated lamps taking the form of *a large crown. The Albany Club, Boyal George Hotel, Freemasons' Hotel, London Hotel, Hunt, Corry & Co's., Mr. P. Daffner'e and several other business places will be illu minated with lamps, the design in each instance being a crown. York-street and Stirling-terrace will be lined with lamps and streamers. The surrounding hills at 8 o'clock will be lighted with bonfires consisting of tar barrels and the whole should produce a splendid effect.

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OUR OPEN COLUMN. MARY ANN HARBOR. A REPLY TO CAPTAIN DENYER. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

OUR OPEN COLUMN. MARY ANN HABBOB. A BB PLY TO CAPTAIN DENYEB. TO THE EDITOR. BIB,-I saw a letter from Mr.Bobert Dann in yoar valuable paper where my name has been somewhat used. Please allow me space in your widely circulated paper to say a few words which will go a good way to corroborate Mr. Dunn. Mary Ann Harbor is as safe as Princess Boyal Harbor; the only difficulty is that you cannot approach it at night. I have on several occasions entered it at night, but I have come to the conclusion that it is unwise to attempt to go near it after dark. I never would do it again, not even under the most favorable circumstances. With refer ence to the statements of Mr. Denyer, the late master of the Macgregor, to the effect that you could not go near in easterly weather, this is altogether wrong and calcu lated to mislead the nautical traveller. 1 am surprised at him making such a statement, for it is quite the opposite. It is very smooth inside the harbor with easterly winds. The water in ...

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VIOTORIA. POISONING. Melbourne, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

VIOTORIA. w POISONING. Melbourne, Monday. The jury found that Mary Ann Booie poisoned herself with rongh-on-rats, and her husband, who was accused of murdering her, was liberated. PARLIAMENT. Parliament is to bs opened on Wednesday.

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AN INDESCRIBABLE SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

AN INDESCRIBABLE SENSATION. -? To be eas ily described a tiling mus1-, bave clear outlines and unmixed coio s. In other words it must be simple. A rent in one's clothing, a boil on one's body, a tumble while Talking, the shape of a box, &c., are easily set forth in words. On the contrary the complex and comprehensive things puzzle the mind and ake the meaning from language. It was for this reason that Miss Sabina Mitchel', alluding to an experience of illneas, 6ays :-" At this time there came upon me au indescribable sensation. It wai as if the powers of life were going to foil me, ard I should sink down without help, as a stono sinks in water. Yet in saying this I convey no adequate idea of the nature of that feeling. I hope I shall never have it again. " The illness which led to it began in the spring of 1892. My health appeared to give way all at once. I found myself tired, heavy, and feeble. My appetite was poor, and after earing I had much distress at the stomach and pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

O AS BY'S "WAHOO." THE BEMEDY OF THE ÂGE. For Indigestion, Liver and Kidney Com plaints, Piles, Loss of Appetite, Sick Headache. LOASBY'S is a purely Herbal Tonic and WAHOO marvellous cnres in ali the Eastern Colonies and New Zea land after doctors and patent medicines of all kinds failed to even relieve. Cnres effected by Loasby's *' Wahoo " have been subjected to impartial in vestigation by the N.S. Wales Press, and pronounced genuine recoveries. LOASBY'S is guaranteed to cure the worst WAHOO the whole system, and is the Loasby's " Wahoo," price 3s, from all Chemists and Storekeepers. Wholesale Agents OBLANDO J. KEMPTHOBN, MUBBAY-STBEET, PESTE. 162f laxative. " Wahoo " has effected case of Dyspepsia, lt stimulates most powerful Tonic made. g C. LOXTON, Wholesale and Betail Fruiterer and Retail Grocer, is prepared to supply Goods at the Lowest Possible Prices. Orders intrnsted to me will be carefully attended to and de livered to any part of the Town or Country. Terms Cash.-S. C. L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

Shipping. THE PENINSULAR ¿ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE P. & O. S. N. COM PANY, under contract with the Imperial, New South _' WaleB, Victorian, and South Australian Governments, will despatch the following steamers for London, calling at Colombo, Aden, Brindisi, Malta, Gibraltar, and Plymouth : Steamers. Ch'na ... Australia Valetta Arcadia Tons. Commandai. Leaving EIng George*! Sonad. 7899 6901 6083 6603 5026 M. de Horne J. Beeves O.Gadd A.C. Loggia lu H. Crawford July 3 31 August 14 28 BATES OF PASSAGE MONBT : To London-First Saloon JSGO to £70. Second Saloon, .£35, JÊ37, & £40. Return Tickets from £65 to £115. Be torn Tickets between any of the Eastern Colonies and New Zealand are now available for 6 (BIZ) months from date of embarkation. In the second saloon the arrangements have 1 been thoroughly reorganised, and the acoomo- ; dation which the Company now offers is un surpassed. I Passage money can be paid here for passage j from England. Liberal conces...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

Special Shipping Notices. U.S.IT. COY., LIMITED. IS- SPECIAL SHIPPING NOTICE. THE S.S. WAROONGA (Captain Pavage) Leaves ALBANY for ADELAIDE, MELBOURNE, and SYDNEY on THUR8DAY, 24TH INST. For all Particulars apply to GEO. WILLS Sc CO., 738li_Agents. T> U B L I~C NOTICE. W. HEAP, Piano Tuner, is now in Albany for the purpose ot TUNING P1AN08, OR GANS and ail kinds of MUSICAL INSTRU MENTS. For particulars apply to JNO. INCE'S STORE, 736L_Yort-street, Albany. A YE B'S CHERRY PECTORAL. For Colds, Coughs, Bronchitis, Sore Throat Influenza and Incipient Consumption, no remedy approaches AYE R'S CHERRY PECTORAL. It has long been the most popu'ar and suc cessful anodyne expectorant in Pharmacy, and is everywhere approved and recom mended by the Faculty. It soothes the inflamed membrane, breaks up irritating mucus, allays coughing and induces repose. As a family emergency medicine AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL takes the lead. For the relief and cure of Croup, Whooping-Cough Sore Throat and all th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

Business £^ Y. HASSELL, & COY. AUCTIONEERS, LAND, STOCK, STATION, SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND GENERAL AGENTS Agenta for Phoanix Fire Office and National Mutual Life Association of Australia, and the Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation, Limited. _YORK STBEET, ALBANY._155f JOHN MOIR & COY. MERCHANTS, SHIPPING, COMMISSION, INSURANCE ABD GENERAL AGENTS/ ;o: IMPORTERS OF WINES, SPIRITS, A BEERS. GROCERIES tc OILMEN'S STORES. CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVED AND DEALT WITH. GOODS RECEIVED AND STOKED. AUCTIONEERS AND LAND AGENTS. AGENTS FOE NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE Co. (Fire and Marine) AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY (Life). JOHN MOTE A CO., ALBANY, W.A. General Business. QAMPBELL & BARKER, FANCY BREAD BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS, YOBK 6TBEET, <9*Two doors from Messrs Hunt, Corry & Co Deliver Bread, Breakfast Bolls, Tea Cakes and AU other Confectionery, Hop and Ginger Beer, Pine Apple Cider, to any part of the Town. W Tba Cheapest Place for WEDDING and BIRT...

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FOOTBALL NORTH v. WEST. ANOTHER VICTORY FOR THE NORTH [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

FOOTBALL NORTH v. WEET. ANOTHER VICTOR F FOR THE NORTH The first match of the second round was j played on Saturday between the North and West clubs. The former team had won both their previous contests, while the latter bad been twice defeated. However, tie form of the teams on each occasion was nearly equal and it was considered that there was very little between the two teams on Saturday. A quantity of new blood was infused into the Vi est team, chief among the new players being the brothers Tanner, Powell and Hansen. They were, however, without the services of Marchant and T. Webb. The North team with the exception of a few minor alterations was practically of the same strength as the previous Saturday. There was a large attendance of spectators, who, to a great extent, insisted on encroach ing on the playing ground. Mr. C. Mead umpired the match splendidly under most trying conditions. The wind, which at times was blowing very strongly, tended to keep the play in one portion of...

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THE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 22 June 1897

THE SPORTS. The heats have been arranged as follows, the first and second in each heat to run in the final :— SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. 1st Heat. yds. 2nd Heat. yds. C. H. Milne .. ..8½ J. R Wicks (assumed) 10 O. Carpenter ... 8½ W. Norrish .. .. 12 E. Tanner ... 8½ T. Keyser .8½ P. J.Patterson. .. 5 Carbine (assumed) ... 8½ C. J. Hamilton ... 10 G. Nesbitt .. .. 12 3rd Heat H. Tanner .. .. 8½ A. MeN il .. .. 8½ W. Dearle .. .. 6 B. Dallison .. .. 6 The following are the handicaps and ac- ceptances for the sports :— BICYCLE RACES. BOYS' SCRATCH RACE, 1½ miles.—V. Elliott, B. Woodelton, H. Angove and A. Mews. FIRST CLASS SCRATCH BACE. 1½ miles.—F. Doyle, Walter Truslove, Wm. Truslove, F. L. Andrews, C, B. Gribble, E. Martin and C. Edwards.   SECOND CLASS SCRATCH RACE, 1J miles.—E. Howe. J. W. Norrish, J. Gribble, B. Leane, S. Cameron, G. Nesbitt, T. Nesbitt, H. Erenshusien and L. Vaughan. ALBANY AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP, 1½ miles.—F. Doyle, Wm. Truslove. F. L. Andrews, J. Gribble,...

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THE EASTERN COLONIES. A SCENE AT MELBOURNE. GREAT ENTHUSIASM. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 June 1897

THE EASTERN COLONIES. A SCENE AT MELBOQBNE. GREAT ENTHUSIASM. The celebrations in the other colonies were of a most loyal character. In Melbourne after the march past of the troops the people were carried away by en thusiasm and broke the boundary and rushed towards the troops waving their hats. Men, women and children began screaming and this created a terrible confusion and the horse artillery had to be called on to restore order and stem the human tide, which they accomplished after great difficulty.

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THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 June 1897

! THE BALL. It is quite evident lhat a children's ball is very popular, judging by the number that could be seen proceeding in the direction of the Town Hall shortly before 7 p.m. The hall was crowded with dancers, and a large proportion of the floor was occupied by spec tators and parents, who watched the move ments of the children, which were very pretty, with interest. The floor was in fair order, and a programme was gone through which lasted till aboat 9.30. The hall was then cleared and swept, after which the adults took possession of the floor, and a programme of 24 dances was carried ont under the direction ot the M.C., Mr. BL Troode. The floor by this time was in rather a bad state, owing to sand being carried into the hall by the onlookers, and becoming' distributed by the dancers. Notwithstanding this defect, and the fact that the hall was crowded, an enjoyable and successful ball was the verdict of all present. . Shortly be fore four o'clock the ball broke up with a waltz...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 June 1897

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -« The steamer Adelaide is due here on Satur day from Fremantle. The steamer Waroonga is due here to-day from Fremantle. The steamer Marloo from Fremantle is ex pected to arrive on Sunday. The steamer Yarrawonga is due here on Tuesday from Melbourne direct. The steamer Rockton is due here on Sun day from the Eastern Colonies. The steamer Wollowra is due here on Saturday from the Eastern Colonies. The F.M.S. Armand Behic is expected from the Eastern Colonies this morning and will remain in the sound for three hours. The steamer Nemesis arrived at 9.45 p.m. on Monday from the Eastern Colonies and sailed for Fremantle at 8.30 a.m. on Tuesday. The steamer Tagliaferro arrived at 9 a.m. on Tuesday with the hulk Camel in tow, which will be taken on to Fremantle by the steamer Bothwell Castle. The Tagliaferro is at present discharging coal into Mcilwraith, McEacharn & Company's lighters.

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THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 June 1897

J THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE PABK. Six trees had been received for planting in the embankment in Stirling-terrace and it was decided that they should be planted by the Mayor, members for the district, and the past Mayors. Without any preliminary speeches, the ceremony was performed by the Mayor (Mr. J. Moir). Hon. S. J. Haynes, M.L.C., Mr. A. Y. Hassell, M.L.A., Cr J. McKenzie, Mr. B. Muir and Cr. W. Knight. The band then discoursed a short pro gramme of music, and shortly before noon the Mayor dedicated the park to Her Majesty in the presence of a large concourse of resi dents, including Crs. Muir, Knight, James, Mews, Place, C. McKenzie, Gee, J. McKenzie, the Hon. 8. J. Haynes, Mr. A. Y. Hassell, Captain Nicolson, Dre. Evered and Robin son, Sub-Inspector Lemon, Messrs. E. Millar, B. Muir, J.P., Richardson. Strachan, Manly, Dymes, Greenshields, E. Troode, E. Keyser, T. Barnett, Davies, F. Clare, J. F, T. Hassell and Graham. The Mayor 6aid ; Ladies and Gentlemen t am proud that it is my pr...

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