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The Advertiser. TUSEDAY, JUNE 29, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 June 1897
TUSH DAY, JONS 29, 1897. ~_ THE subject that seems to be chiefly attracting attention in England in oom- ; nection with the visit of the Colonial Premiers is that of trade relations. . There can be no question tliattbeaction of Canada had the effect of forcing fins question to the forefront. A few iwmnjlis : ago Canada astonished the woiWbjppior ^ posing to enforce a tariff that vooH - place Gr&lt;3at Britain on a better basis as regards her trade than any other natñ». : It is also a remarkable fact that AB ' Premier who proposed this intensely . patriotic action was Mr. laurier, itäif Canadian of French descent. Tbe pto- ' posai was received with the greatest en-, thusiasni by the people of Canada and. t there was a hcene of excitement in tbe Canadian House oï Commons when 4be:Jç£ Bill giving effect to the idea was pasaedc^ ? ;;^%|¡ In England the proposal was joyfully received and it was taken to be the first step in the direction of Imperial federa tion. It was argued tha...
THE RECENT STORM. BOAT ACCIDENTS NEAR PERTH. Perth, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 June 1897
THE RECENT STORM. I ->.. BOAT ACCIDENTS NEAB PERTH. Perth, Monday. A strong north-westerly gale has been j blowing since Friday. On Saturday morning early a barge laden with bricks foundered off ! Pelican Point, three miles up the river from Perth. Two men were on board, both named I Anderson, when the water swamped the j barge. One climbed op the the mast and was rescued from his perilous position after four hours. The other man was not 6een again. The police commenced dragging for the body but up to the present have been unsuccessful. A mishap aleo occurred on the Mandurah Bar where the cutter True Blue foundered. Only one man named J. Sulli van was aboard. The cutter struck on Friday night and Sullivan supported himself in the water for six hours on an oil drum when he was rescued.
THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. THE COLONIAL TROOPS. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 June 1897
THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. THE COLONIAL TBOOPS. London, Friday. Mr. Chamberlain says there is not time for the colonial troops to visit the large towns, though he is confident they would be warmly received. MEDALS FOB THE TBOOPS. The Queen has commanded that a special medal shall be struck for all the colonial troops who attended the Jubilee, and the Prince of Wales will present them on July 3. THE SLUMS DINNER. The poor have been feasted in 56 centres of London, chiefly in large halls, bnt many of them also in their homes. The classes it was desired to benefit were reached and they were regaled with solid English fare, and pies, tarts, and vegetables ; and they were also given tobacco, tea, and sugar, and in a few instances beer. The Princess of Wales 6ent a message of sympathy to each centre, and with the Prince of Wales visited the People's Palace where 1,000 cripples were being entertained ; the Central Hall, at Hol born, which was crowded with outcasts ; and Clerkenwell where the res...
TREE PLANTING AT ALBANY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 June 1897
TREE PLANTING AT ALBANY SCHOOL. AB originally notified, the above interesting ceremony in connection with the Jubilee celebrations took place yesterday morning in the presence of the teaching staff and many of the pnpits. Sight trees were "supplied, and as there are seven standards or classes and also an infant's department, one tree was allotted to each. In order to avoid any charge of favoritism, and also to reward diligence in the preparation of home lessons, a " spelling bee " was held in each standard, the words given being taken from the read ing books used by the class next below. The winners, each of whom bad the honor of planting a tree, were :-In ex-seventh and seventh, Bose Pearson ; in six'h, George Everett ; in fifth, Edward Golding ; in fourth, John Horton ; in third, Edward Davies ; in second, Oscar Norman ; in first, Hubert Marchant ; and in infant's depart ment, Myra Horton, After the trees had been planted, the pupils re-assembled, when the head-teacher delivered a...
SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 June 1897
SHIPPING ITEMS. The steamer Marloo is doe here to-morrow from Fremantle. The steamer Cerberus is due here from Fre mantle on Thursday. The steamer Bothwell Castle is due here on Friday from the Eastern Colonies. The steamer Alagonia from the Eastern Colonies is expected on Friday with crrgo. Thé steamer Hubbuck is doe here to-day from the Eastern Colonies with 150 tons of cargo. The steamer Wollowra arrived at 2 p.m. on Saturday from the Eastern Colonies with 60 tons of cargo for this port. She left for Fremantle at 8 p.m. The steamer Herbert arrived from Esper ance at midnight on Sunday with mails. She left for Esperance yesterday after coal ing and taking mails on board. The steamer Adelaide arrived from Fre mantle at ll p.m. on Saturday and after tak ing on board 180 tons of coal left for Melbourne direct a 8t a.m. on Sunday. The B.M.S. Valetta arrived from London at 9.30 a.m. on Sunday and after discharging 190 tons of cargo and mails left for the East ern Colonies at ll p.m. th...
DEPARTURES. SUNDAY, JUNE 27. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 June 1897
DEPARTURES. SUNDAY. JUNK 27. I GRACE DABLING, schooner, for Eucla. Pas sengers from here : Mrs Brown and six children ; Messrs Harrison (2), Miller, Buggins, Omond, Reilly, O'Keefe, Arnold, Keyser (2), Kington, Gran, Geohanah, Smith, and Rawson. SUNDAY, JUNE 17. CUZCO, B.M.S., for London. Passengers for here : Mesdames Reid and infant, Nicholls and two children; Messrs Channing, Bates, Haughton, Jackson, Stamp, Johnson, For rest, Hughes, and Goodday. VALETTA, B.M.S., for the Eastern Colonies. Passengers from here : Mesdames Prouse, Lee and son, Crapers and daughter, Young, Beytbien, McDonald and Rivers ; M teses Phillips, Began, and Jeffrey; Messrs Cowle, Sachse, McLaurin, Phillips, Lipman, Codd, ! Cocksedge, Gutmann, McÂree, Beythien, Randie, Cragers, Taaffe, Crossland, Moore, Bhockwood, Ferver, Eveston. O'Malley, Rivers, Bayne, Schnapp, Banks, Swiner, Sawtell, and Condon.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. SATURDAY, JUNE 26. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 June 1897
SHIPPING INTELLIGENlît. .-. ARRIVALS. ft A TÜRHÄT. JUKE 26. ADELAIDE, SJ., from Fremantle. Passengers for here : Mr. Crowden. . SUNDAY, JUKE 27. VALETTA, B.M.S., from London. Passengers for here ; Misses Johnson and Taylor ; Messrs Burgwin, Glen and two Chinese. HEBBEBT, S.S., from Esperance. Passengers for here : Mrs Poole ; Misses Giddings and Alderman ; Messrs Poole, Rothery, Billick,1 Stingier, and Captain McKenzie. Cuzoo, B.M.S., from the Colonies. Passen gers here : Mesdames Watkins, farer three children and norse, Benjamin, Yelland, Bothe.JPeant, and Oliver; Misses Dwyer and infant, McGrane ; Messrs Grimwood, Tulloch, Levien, Groat, Neill, Humphrey, Brand, Beef ord, Please, Trudgen, Cowle, Haslam, Wilkie, Clausen, Dalwood, Rees, Alexander, Watkins, Wallbank, Tregloan, Peant, Bevill, Cohn, and Both. MONDAY, JUNE 28. BOCKTON, s.s.. from the Eastern Colonies. Passengers for here : Mrs Ward and child ; Miss Johnson ; Messrs Hunt and Gunton,
PERTH MATCHES. Perth, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 June 1897
PERTH MATCHES. I Perth, Monday. I In the Australian game on Saturday, West Perth had to meet the Hovers. The weather was bad and there was only a small attend ance. The central umpire decided that the ground was not fit for play. West Perth were much annoyed and claimed the match. Imperials v. Fremantle was played at the Port and resulted as follows-Fremantle, 1 goal 3 behinds ; Imperials, 4 behinds. West Perth Juniors v. Guildford. The former won by seven goals to three. Midland Juction beat Subiaco by three goals. ._ 8^""^T-*"* I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 29 June 1897
ROYAL GEORGE HOTEL, AIL B À N Y.J (Glose to*Bailway andi Jet ties) IB again ander the Proprietorship and direct Management of MB EDWARD REYNOLDS, who intends to «pare no expense to maintain his reputation and to keep the above Hotel the most Popular in Albany. Billiards and Btabling. Porter attends ali Trains and Steamers. 191L JA) ALB AMY (Close to Railway and Jetties) Is again under the Proprietorship and direct Management oE ME 'EDWARD" REYNOLDS^ who intends to spare ur» expense to maintain his reputation and to keep the above Hotel the most Popular in Albany; Billiards and Stabling. Porter attends »ll TrainB and Steamers. 191*