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THE SCHOOL CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 June 1897
THE SCHOOL CHILDREN. A large number of people including tbe Board of Advice were present at the school ground at ll o'clock to witness the presenta tion of medals and ribbons to the school children. Punctual to time, tba children were formed into line nnder their respective teachers, and after " God Save the Queen " had been sweetly sung. Mr. Horton, the head master, said that Mrs. Milne, being the oldest teacher at the school, would present the medals. When this had been done, Father Maten, on behalf of the Board, said he hoped that they would keep the medals for many years in lively remembrance of this auspi cious occasion. There were nine trees to be planted of which the children and teachers would plant eight and he, as chairman of the Board, would plant the other. He hoped they would look well after the trees and not allow them to die. Three cheers were given for the Queen by all present. Father Mateu then planted a tree in the girl's flower garden. The remaining trees will be ...
Shipping. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 June 1897
Shipping. London, Monday. I .--, ^vuu«;. Arrivals-Loch Credan, Blenheim, Fort Denison, Locative, Rangitra, Warrigal. Departures-For Melbouroe.Miltiades ; for Fremantle, Oriana, Wilcannia ; for Wellington, Indragire ; for Auckland, Tongariro, Kelson, Peleione; for Sydney, Stasafurt.
THE ALBANY CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 June 1897
THE ALBANY CELEBRATIONS. Glorious weather attended the celebration in Albany. The morning broke clear and frosty, and as the hours advanced the. sun came ont with genial warmth. Not a cloud was to be Been and hardly a breath of wind was stirring. A more perfect day there could not be, and one and all proclaimed it Queen's weather. We think we can claim that throughout che Empire no town would be favored with more perfect weather than was Albany. And it was appropriate that it should be so. for do we not boast of the perfect climate of our pretty town. From a very early hour flags and bunting were being hung out until before 10 o'clock the town was decor ated in a most effective manner. There were streamers across iTork-et. and Stirling-terrace, consisting of Jubilee bunting, and the ships , lying in the harbor were completely decked with flags. The flag floated above the Town Hall, and the flagstaff near the post office was a mass of bunting, the officers of the signal station havin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 June 1897
ROYAL GEOBGÉ HOTEL, A|L BAKÏJ (Close to Ballway andi Jetties) IB again under the Proprietorship and direct Management of ME EDWARD REYNOLDS, who intends to spare no expense to maintain his réputation and to keep the above Hotel the most Popular in Albany. Billiards and stabling. Porter attends all Trains and Steamers. 191 ii OYAL GEORGE HOTEL, I A. lt B A K Y (Close to Ballway and Jetties) Is again under the Proprietorship and direct Management of MB EDWABD REYNOLDS, who intends to spare po expense to maintain, bis reputation and to keep the above Hotel the most Popular iu Albany. Billiards and Stabling. Porter attends all Trains and Steamers. 191&
THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 June 1897
THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. London, Monday. Cardinal Lambuceti, the Papal Envoy as sisted by Cardinal Vaughan, has held high mass at Brompton Oratory. Many foreign Princes were present. In their respective places of worship the Bev. Dr. Parker, the Bev. Mr. Spurgeon, and the Bev. D-. Adler delivered eloquent eulogies. Thanksgiving services were held throughout the kingdom by all denomina tions, and the churches and chapels were crowded, At each place .of worship the National Anthem was sungas a hymn. Special services were held in all tbe capi tals on the Continent, in the chief cities of America, and in all the colonies. The foreign newspapers have produced articles in which they praise the Queen, and in which they admit the amazing progress made by the empire during ber reign. The French and German newspapers especially are cordial, while the American newspapers are almost unanimous in eulogising the Queen. The American news papers are publishing columns of news about the preparations for...
NEW SOUTH WALES. DEATH OF MR. E. M. G. EDDY. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 June 1897
NEW SOUTH WALES. DEATH OF MB. E. M. G. JfiDDY. Sydney, Tuesday. News was received yesterday of the death of Mr. E. M. G. Eddy, the Chief Ballway Commissioner for New South Wales. The event took place at Brisbane. Mr. Eddy had ¡ been on a tour of inspection in the north of ¡ the colony for a week or 10 days. On Thurs day last he went on to Brisbane, intending to proceed to the North with his wife on a holiday. His condition became so serious j that he was unable to leave the Gresham Hotel in Brisbane. Two doctors were in constant attendance on bim, and his medical adviser in Sydney (Dr. Fiaschia) was tele graphed for, and left in a special train yesterday, but Mr. Eddy expired ia the afternoon. He had been suffering from gout for some time, and this, with a complication of disorders, brought about the end. Mr. Eddy showed wonderful courage and power of organisation in the management of the railways of the colony. He bad a great desire to see the railways of Australia federated. THE W...
A GOOD CHARACTER. Pears Soap is pore, delightful and refreshing [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 June 1897
A GOOD CHARACTER. Pears Soap is pore, delightful and refresh' 1». j DEAFNESS COMPLETELY. CUBED.-Any per son suffering from Deafness, Noises in the Head, &o., may learn of a new, simple treat ment, which is proving very successful in completely curing cases of all kinds. Full particulars including many unsolicited testi monials and newspaper press notices, will be sent post free m application. The system is without drabt, the most successful ever brought before the public. Address, Aura, specialist, Albany Buildings, 39 Victoria street, Westrninister, London, S.W F. A. H Weston's African Medical Wonder cures Chromic Constipation, Kidney, liver, Blood and Skin Di-eases, and is the best Nerve Food the world of botany can produce. ' Ts. cnrative action on the liver, elegent but g'-ntle aperient properties, and wonderful Tonic qual ties, have commended themselves to mvself and wi e (nee Docy Stewart.)"-S *>ned, Henry E. Harwood, late Harwood & « o" j proprietors Theatr...
FOOTBALL. EAST v. WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 June 1897
FOOTBALL. BAST v. WEST. The team to represent the East in the match against the West on Saturday will be chosen from the following players :-Bollin eon (capt.}, Patterson, Scott, Dobson, Gratz, P. Kelly, Bell, Smithies, Needham, Mitchell, A. McNeil, Carlyon, Mazzini, Doherty (2), Gouletteand Hamilton.
AT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 June 1897
AT ADELAIDE. When the Queen's message arrived, in thu city 10,000 voices led by members of the musical society sang in mighty chorar the National Anthem and the Old Hundredth. Hymn. A CURIOUS THING is a sweat gland. Its mouth is called a pore. There are 7,000,000 in the human skin. Through them are dis charged manv impurities. To close them means death. Sluggish, o'ogged or overworked pores means yeliow, mothy skin, pimples, blothes, eczema. The blood becomes impura, hence serious blood humors. Perfect ac'ion of the pores means «lear, wholesome skin, pure blood beauty, and health. CUTICUEA remedies exert a peculiar, purifying aoti->n upon the skin, and through it upon the blood. Hence their cures of torturing, disfiguring humors Of the skin scalp, and blood are Bpeedy, perman ent and economical.
THE PERTH CELEBRATION. Perth, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 24 June 1897
THE PERTH CELEBRATION. j Perth, Monday. The weather yesterday was perfect for the holiday and the illuminations. Last night the town was a blaze of light. All Hay street was illuminated by Chinese lanterns and with electric light. Venetian masts wem draped in wreaths of foliage. The city was crowded, but the bc6t of order prevailed. The citizens* banquet was attende! by 100 g«esA«, Ita Governor at the banquet an. . Bounced that Sir John Forrest had been created a Privy Councillor. The arrangement by which a rocket should be fired from the Town Hall on receipt of a cable from «London that the Queen had reached St. Paul's did not come off. The people waited io the streets for the signal to sing the National Anthem but none was given and they are Btill waiting bat not in the street. Mr. Wittenoom, replying to the toast of the Ministry, dwelt chiefly on the financial position of the colony. He stated that the expenditure for the year would be £2,600,000 and the revenue £2,880,000, leavi...