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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 26 June 1897

KO YAL GEORGE HOTEL, AIL BAKYJ (Close to'Railway andi Jetties) is again under the Proprietorship and direct Management of MR EDWARD REYNOLDS, who intends to spare no expense to maintain his reputation and to keep the above Hotel the mort Popular in Albany. Billiards and Stabling. Porter attende all Trains and Steamers. ' 191L ROYAL GEORGE HOTJ2Lv¿ ALBANY -** (Close to Railway and Jetties') *.J? Is again under the Proprietorship and direct*^ Management of ^% MR EDWARD REYNOLDS,/. S, who intends to spare PO expense to maintain bis repntatipn and to keep tbe above Hotel the most Popular in Albany. Billiards and Stabling. Porter attends all Trains and Steamer?. 19U¿. _;

Publication Title: Albany Advertiser
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The Advertiser. SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 26 June 1897

-----.^¿¿¡Jg SATURDAY, JUNE 2G, 1897. ? Tas mother land on tho gieat Jubilee _ day very natnraljy placed her cluldreo m S the forefront of the pageant. More ~ than that-she made the most ol them.- -7 The cablegrams show that for several days past the lions of London have been the colonial premiers and the colonial - troops. Both premiers and troops bave been cheered wherever they have - appeared and there is not the slightest doubt that the nation is prond of her - colonies. And oar premiers and soldiers took part in the pageant under no servile conditions. There were no orders from" the Colonial Office and none from tte' War Office. A respectful invitation was sent to the Colonies by Her Majesty^ minister for the Colonies and at the wish of the people that invitation ms accepted. Had this been a French or si ' German or au Italian colony, there would probably have been a military governor-" and he could not hare left these £honss~~f without instructions from headqnaneri.^? In the s...

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INTERCOLONIAL. NEW SOUTH WALES. THE CONVICT BUTLER. HIS SENTENCE CONFIRMED. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 26 June 1897

INTERCOLONIAL. NEW SOUTH WALES. THE CONVICT BUTLER. HI8 SENTENCE CONFIRMED. Sydney, Thursday. An argument on the points raised by But ler's counsel, Mr. Walter Edmunds, regarding the extradition of the man, waB beard in the Foll Court yesterday morning. The main point raised was whether the evidence should have been laid before the jury that Hie prisoner was extradited from the United States for having committed a murder. The court sustained the conviction, holding that the onus of proof in respect of the extradi tion proceedings lay upon the prisoner. Soon after the decision of the Full Courts special meeting of thc Cabinet was held, when it was decided that the law should take its course. THE LATE MB. EDDY". A special train, convoying the remains of the late Mr. Eddy arrived in Sydney yester day morning. Mrs. Eddy, Dr. Fiaschi and others were passengers in the train. The principal railway officials were wailing on the platform to show their respect to bis memory and to offer their...

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TURKEY AND GREECE London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 26 June 1897

TURKEY AND GREECE -* London, Wednesday. M. Honotaux says that a settlement between Turkey and Greece is imminent. The following players have been chosen to represent West Albany in the match against the East this afternoon :-" Jackson" (capt), Tideswell, C. Milne, Webb C2), Chester, Tanner (2), Powell, Dorbam, Hinson, J. Angove, Baldock, " Jones," Jos. Broadfoot ; emergencies, McCallum, Greenwood and West. COKCEBT.-A concert was held on Wed nesday evening in the Town Hall under the auspices of the Ministering Children's League, in aid of the Perth Industrial Schcol for the Blind. The ball was prettily deco rated with bunting which tended to throw the voice direct to the audience instead of vibrating round the roof of the hall, which has always been a disadvantage to vocalists. At the foot of the 6tage in white letters on a red back-ground with light-blue trimmings were the words " Blind Asylum, M.C.L." Beneath this was a crown decorated with flowers, surrounded by the emblem " God B...

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The Colonial Premiers in England. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 26 June 1897

The Colonial Premiers in England. London, Thursday. Mr. T. Brassey bas received the Colonial Premiers and other distin guished colonial visitors at Normanhurst. Mr. Brassey said that advantage should be taken to strengthen the unity of the colonies so that they could help in the maintenance of the navy. Sir George Turner said the colonies would be de lighted to aid in bringing about a closer union. There were cheers when the names of Lord and Lady Brassey were mentioned.

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The Plague in Bombay. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 26 June 1897

2/ie Plague in Bomban, j Louden, Thursday, j Two of tbe Bombay doctors hare been shot by the people. They were working in connection with the plague. They are m a critical condition. A seditious leaflet had charged them with polluting the mosques under the pretext that they I were endeavoring to suppress the plague.

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The Arrest of Tourists. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 26 June 1897

The Arrest of Tourists. London, Thursday. j Tlie tourists who were arrested iu Ireland on suspicion of being concerned in a bank robbery at Limerick hare been discharged, the Grown officers being satisfied of their innocence. Japan and tlte United States. A JAPANESE ULTIMATUM. London, Thursday. The Foreign Committee of the United States are very anxious as to the protest made by Japan with regard to Hawaii, and they have accepted it almost as an ultimatum.

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A GOLDFIELDS PARTY. MEETING IN PERTH. Perth, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 26 June 1897

A GOLDFIELDS PARTY. MEETING IN PEETH. Perth. Friday. A meeting of members waa held yesterday to form a Goldfields Party in the House. There were present-Messrs. Illingworth, Connolly, Vosper, Wallace, Connor and Oats. Letters from Messrs. Kenny, Bason and MorganB were received regretting their ab sence, but promising support. Mr. Illing worth was elected leader. Among the planks of the programme agreed upon were revision of the tariff, amendment of the mining laws and regulations, revision of the Electoral Act and redistribution of seats, payment of members and exclusson of Asiatics. All the planks were unanimously agreed to except payment of members, Mr. Connolly being a dissentient.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 26 June 1897

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Friday. air. ives, tne Mayor of Sydney, denies »hat hs was opposed to the title of Lord Mayor being conferred upon the Chief Magistrate of the city as cabled from London on the authority of Premier Reid.

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FOREIGN CABLES. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT] A Training Ship Missing. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 26 June 1897

JWEEIGN CABLES. -* [FROM OTJR CORRSSPONDENT] A Training Sh¡p Missing. J Loudoi', Wednesday. The training brig Seulark is missing. She was due at Portsmouth on Thnrs day. She felt the fall force of the gale and it is feared she is lost. There are 130 boys aboard. London, Thursday. The training brig Sealark was last seen off Grimsby on the IStb, and she was then partir disabled. She has not sicce been seen. Later. The missing training brig Sealark with 130 boys on board, and which was supposed to be lost, has arrived at Spit head

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OUR PERTH LETTER. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Perth, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 26 June 1897

OUR PERTH LETTER. TFBOM OÜB OWN COEBESPONDENT. J Perth, Monday. We were threatened with quite a novelty in the snape of strikes last week, when bis honor the Chief Justice intimated that un less some improvement were made in the ac commodation provided for the judges of the Supreme Court he should decline to sit. His Honor has patiently borne for months the draughty barn in which he sits, and when an attempt was made to warm the building bis troubles were further increased owing to the stove smoking to such an extent as to nearly choke all in court. This was the last straw His Honor declared that he would stand it no longer. He stated that the Attorney General had promised to improve matters long long ago by erecting a new courthouse, but so far the promises, like the rebellious stove, bad ended in smoke. This gave the member for Albany an opportunity to have a quiet slap at the Government. He happened to be m court at the time and he assured His Honor that the money for the new law...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 26 June 1897

O A S B Y' S "ffAHÜO." THE BEMEDY OF THE AGE. For Indigestion, Liver and Kidney Com plaints, Piles, Loss of Appetite, Sick Headache. LOASBY'S is a purely Herbal Tonic and WAHOO marvellous cures in all the Kabtern Colonies and New Zea land after doctors and pateut medicines of all kindB failed to even relieve. Cures effected by Loasby 6 " Wahoo " have been subjected to impartial in vestigation by the N.B. Wales Press, and pronounced genuine recoveries. LOASBY'S is guaranteed to cure the worst WAHOO the whole Ey;tem, and is the Loasby's *. Waboo," price 3s, from all Chemists and Storekeepers. Wholesale Agents OELAN DO J. KESfPTHOBN. JlTJBBAT-StBEET, PEBTH. L65Í laxative. " Waboo" has effected case of Dyspepsia, lt stimulates most powerful Tonic made. Q B. KNIGHT & CO., AUCTIONEERS, LAND & COMMISSION AGENTS, WHOLESALE PRODUCE AND GROCERY MERCHANTS, NORTHAM, COOLGABDIE and KALGOORLIE. We are prepared to receive Consignments'of ?Chaff, Potatoes, Onions, Fruit and Vege tab...

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OUR OPEN COLUMN. THE RISE IN THE PRICE OF MEAT TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 26 June 1897

OUR OPEN COLUMN. ? THE BISE IN THE FBICE OF MEAT TO THE EDITOB. SIB,-In connection with the local rise in the price of meat, I woald like to point ont the (following facts. The freight and duty on a sheep from the Eastern Colonies amount to nearly as much as the purchasing of it does. That is the freight, feed and attend ance on board, insurance, duty, inspection, &c, amount in all to about 12s or 13s, while the sheep itself costs more. Suppose the costs of an 801b (average) sheep to be thus 30s landed on the jetty, at 7d per pound all round this would be retailed at 44s. At 8d per pound all round 63s. Thus for an outlay of £110s, the highest possible return is £2 139, or a first profit of 23s. Figures approximate. This remember is the highest possible profit obtainable and not the aver age, and does not include the cost of pad docking, slaughtering or ?ny expense at all after leaving the jetty. It does not include losses or bad debts, wages, or rent or any thing else. All t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 26 June 1897

Shipping. THEPENINSULARiORIElîTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE P. à O. S. N. COM PANY, 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 : Steamers. Clrna ... Australia Valetta Arcadia Maggil ia Tons. Commander. Leaving King George's Sound. 7899 6901 5023 6603 5026 M. de Horne J. Beeres C. Gradd A. C. Loggin L. H. Crawford July 3 a, 31 August 14 28 BATES OF PABBAUB MONET ¡ To London-First Saloon j£G0to.£70. Second Saloon, £35, £31, & £40. Return Tickets from JC65 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 have been thoroughly reorganised, and the accomo dation which the Company now offers is un surpassed. Passage money oan be paid here fox passage from England. Liberal concession...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 26 June 1897

Business ^ Y. HASSELL, & COY. AUCTIONEERS, LAND, STOCK, STATION, SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND GENERAL AGENTS Agento for Phoenix Fire Office National Mutual Life Association of Australia, and the Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation, Limited. _YORK STREET, ALBANY._155f JOHN MOIR & COY., MERCHANTS, SHIPPING, COMMISSION, INSURANCE AND GENERAL AGENTS. IMPOSTERS OF WINES, SPIRITS, & BEERS. GROCERIES & OILMEN'S STORES. CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVED AND DEALT WITH. GOODS RECEIVED AND STORED. AUCTIONEERS AND LAND AGENTS. AGENTS FOB NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE Co. (Fire and Marine) AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY (Life). JOHN MOIR & CO., ALBANY, W.A. General Business. QAMPBELL & BARKER, FANCY BREAD BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS, YORK STREET, täfTwo doors from Messrs Hont, Corry & Co Deliver Bread, Breakfast Rolls, Tea Cakes and All other Confectionery, Hop and Ginger Beer, Pine Apple Cider, to any part of the Town. tSf The Cheapest Place for WEDDING a...

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Boxing. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 26 June 1897

Boxing.   London, Thursday. Starlight, of Australia, was taking part in a boxing match with Chrisp, of Newcastle, when he was disqualified in the twelfth round for getting into holds. Tom Ryan, of Chicago, has defeated Tom Williams, of Australia, in the second round, and Ryan, of Philadelphia, has defeated young Griffo, of Australia, in the third round.

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THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. The Procession. Full Particulars. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 26 June 1897

THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. The Procession. Full Particulars. London, Wednesday. At 11 o'clock the Queen started in the pro- cession. There was tumultuous cheering. On the eve of starting the Queen des- patched, by pressing a button, a message throughout the empire. To the message 30 Governors replied. The Queen was dressed in black brocade. The Princess Alexander was in heliotrope, and the Princess Helena in white. These princesses were in the same carriage with the Queen. The Queen was remarkably animated, and looked happy. She bore the excitement and fatigue well. The cavalry were half-an-hour passing a given point. It was the grandest military spectacle witnessed in London. The forces were chiefly horse artillery, cavalry, and mounted infantry. There were 16 carriages, conveying prin- cesses and ladies-in-waiting, and in the seventeenth was the Queen.   The Prince of Wales wore the uniform of a Field-Marshal. The Dukes of Connaught and Cambridge were on horseback accom- pa...

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STRONG ENGLISH WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 June 1897

STRONG ENGLISH WORDS. When a person says " I suffered excruciating' pain," he expresses a fact in the strongest words afforded hy the English language. The word " excruciating comes from crux, across, and signifies an intensity of agony comparable only to that endured by one who undergoes j the barbarous punishment of crucifixion. There are some diseases, which, for a time, canee pain of this acute ana formidable nature. To find a relie* for it, when possible, is at once the impulse of humanity and the studious de sire of science. Two hrief examples may indicate what success is attending the effort to both comfort and cure cases of this kind. " Nearly all my life," writes an intelligent woman, " I have borne the burden of what appeared to be incurable illness. I always felt heavy, weary, and tired. My appet te was poor, and after eating I had a cruel pain in my chest and between the shoulders. Fre quently the pain was so intense that I was impelled to lt ose my clothing and walk abo...

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FOREIGN CABLES. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] CUBA. London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 June 1897

FOREIGN CABLES. - £FROM orra OWN CORRESPONDENT.]] CUBA.. ! London, Saturday. I CT_a_it- .» ¡Senor begaste, oas issued a manifesto to the nation in which he urges that the people should be satisfied with the grant ing of autonomy to Cuba. He censures General Weyler for his ruthless destruc tion of property in Cuba.

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 June 1897

Obituary. Miss Alice Lingard, the aotaoress ; J Mr. W. L. Wirians, the American tnil j Honaire resident in Scotland, and Mrs. ? Oliphant, the authoresi, are dead.

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