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The Missing Steamer Aden. WRECKED AT SOCOTRA. SEVENTY-FIVE LIVES LOST. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

The Missing Steamer Aâon. WRECKED AT SOCOTRA. SEVENTY-FIVE LIVES LOST. London, Tuesday. There are no tidings of the missing P. and O. steamer Aden. Later. The steamer Aden has been wrecked at Socotra near Gnardafui and there are 75 of the people who were on board mis sing. They are believed to hare been drowned. Later. B enter says that the Aden was bound from Hong Kong when she struck on a reef at Socotra on thc 9th of Jone. The captain, some of the ship's officers, and eight passengers were swept overboard and drowned. A steamer rescued nine passengers and 36 of the crew on the 26th just as the wreck was breaking np. Twenty-five passengers, 20 officers, and 33 Lascars left in a boat on the" 10th, and it is feared they were drowned. 1 Captain Reginald Hill, of the B.M.8. Aden, was formerly chief officer of the Oceana. In February, 1894, fae was promoted to the position of captain of the Aden. While in this trade be made a pr eat many j friends, who will regret his untimely end. The...

Publication Title: Albany Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

ROYAL GÈOfiGÉ HOTEL, ALBAN YJ (dose to Ballway and Jetties) Is again under the Proprietorship and direct Management of MB EDWÄBD BEYNOLDS, who intends to spare no expense to maintain his reputation and to keep the above Hotel the most Popular in Albany. Billiards and Stabling. Porter attends all Trains and Steamers. 1911< ROYAL GEORGE HOTEL, ' ALBANY . (Close to Ballway and Jetties) - Is again under the Proprietorship and direct Management of ME EDWARD REYNOLDS, who intends to spare vt expense to maintain, his reputation and to keep the above Hotel the most Popular in Albany. Billiards and Stabling. Porter attends ail Trains and Steamers. I91i¿

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TURKEY AND GREECE. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

TURKEY AND GREECE. London, Monday. It is reported from Athens that the Turks have occupied positions command ing Agrapha and that the Greeks have occupied Marapnisi to prevent pillaging. London, Tuesday. The Times says the ontlook promises an early settlement of the terms of peace and that it is expected the indemnity fixed by the ambassadors will be accepted by Turkey.

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SOUDAN. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

SOTTDAHT. London. Monday. The Khalifa has collected camels ready for the transport of treasure to Kordofan in the event of defeat at Omduraman. He will virtually leave Abo Hamed undefended.

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FEDERAL QUARANTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

FEDERAL QUARANTINE. Recently in Sydney a deputation of steam ship owners and chambers of commerce mem bers submitted a federal quarantine scheme LO the Colonial Secretary. When the con gress of chambers of commerce was held there a resolution was adopted that not only should there be a federal or joint eystem of quaran tine, but that the expense of maintaining the passengers and crews at the stations should devolve upon the Austialian Governments, on a per capita basis. It was represented by Mr. M'Millan. M.L.A , by Mr. F. W. Jackson, cn behalf of the steamship proprietors, and Mr. i-, W. Meets for the chamber of com me tb.it the australian quarantine system ought to be placed on a sounder basis. The Governments should unite in lengaging highly qualified medical men. and have them stationed at Thursday Island and Albany. Men of limited experi ence were not desirahla. " I am told," said ] Mr. Jackson, " that students graduating ia rr' c.dicine frequently have no experience of buiallp...

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Dr. Jameson. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

Dr. Jameson. .London, Monday. Dr. Jameson has sailed for Capetown.

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Wheat. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

Wheat. London, Monday. Wheat is sixpence dearer.

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Great Britain as a Coloniser. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

Great Britain as a, Coloniser. London. Monday. M. Bonvotaî who has been watching the proceedings of the British mission to Abyssinia says he is convinced that superior methods have enabled Great Britain to become a great coloniser.

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CRETE. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

CRETE. London, Monday. The Moslems of Heraklion being un able to obtain rations raided the districts ontside of the city and killed seven Christians and barned some villages. They lost ten men. The state of dis order is spreading in the island.

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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

MINING NOTES. Fraser B Roath has got 63oz. from 106 tons at Seabrook battery, this being a better average than ever got at their own. j G lesson's Success, Coolgardie, have treated SO tons for 77oz.

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QUARREL AMONG FRENCH PEOPLE. A MAN STABBED. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

QUARREL AMONG FRENCH PEOPLE. A MAN STABBED. In Perth Police Court on Tuesday Louis Donnât, a Frenchman, was charged with stabbing Joseph Condat on the 24th May. The trouble arose over a woman. Condat took a Madame Gaillard home to her house. There was another woman there, and a quarrel ensued. During the Btruggle Donnât stabbed Condat in the back, but no- very seriously. Condat did not wish to prosecute. Under cross-examination Condat admitted that he was sent from Paris to New Caledonia in 1872 for morder. He escaped after being there 15 months. At this statement a well dressed and pood-looking lady in court called ¡ out in an excited manner, " That is a lie. He never told me that." She was removed in a ¡ fainting condition. Donnât was committed for trial. Bail of £100 in two sureties was Bowed. _

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FOREIGN CABLES. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT] The Colonial Premiers in England. SIR JOHN FORREST AND THE ABORIGINES. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

mum CABLES. £FEOM OUR CORRESPONDENT]] The Colonial Premiers in England. SIE JOHN FORREST AND THE ABORIGINES. London, Monday. The premiers are pressing Mr. Cham berlain with regard to the investment of trast fonds in Colonial stocks. Mr. Chamberlain says he personally is favor able to the proposal bat that it will be necessary to consult the other authorities. He hopes to be able to satisfy them. London, Tnesday. Sir John Forrest has consulted the j other Australian Premiers with regard to the action of the Colonial Office in withholding the Queen's assent to the Constitution Act Amending Bill which deals with the control of the aborigines. They authorised him to speak on their behalf in urging the giving of a prompt assent to the Bill.

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DEATH OF MR. T. PHILLIPS. Koionup, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

DEATH OF MR. T. PHILLIPS. Kojonup, Tuesday. Mr. Thomas Phillips, late secretary of the Kojonup Hoads Board and an old and res pected resident of the district, died rather suddenly to-day.

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NORTH-EAST PROVINCE. THE ELECTION. Perth, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

NORTH-EAST PROVINCE. THE ELECTION. Perth, Wednesday. The North-East Province election was held yesterday. The boxes were all sent to Cool gardie. It is considered certain that Parsons and Matheson are returned and possibly Bellingham. Nothing definite is to hand yet. ALBANY GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS.-The Education Department has decided to ask the Works Department in consequence of the increase of scholars at the Albany Schools to make the following alterations and additions: -Pull down the cottage at the eastern end of the ground and build there an infants* school ; remove the gallery in the present infant school and have the floor Btepped; and lengthen the two class rooms on the North side to 26ft. It was found at the recent in spection of the school that the children were too crowded for systematic work. It will thus be seen that the school which two or three years ago was considered big enough to serve the needs of the town for a long time to come is already too small. A LODGE of the M...

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OUR PERTH LETTER. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Perth, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

OUR PERTH LETTER. TFBOM OUB OW» COBBBSPONDENT. I Perth, Monday. Saturday saw the last of our Jubilee illu minations. The fireworks display, specially designed for the amusement of th» children, was intended for Wednesday evening, but the weather had a big say in the matter, and as I prophesied in my telegram, the display had to be postponed and it was thought that the postponement, should have been to this evening, being a public holiday, bnt the com mittee decided to give the show, wet or fine on Saturday last. All day a strong N.W. gale blew with drenching showers of rain, bnt towards evening matters meteorological improved, and during the display between 8 and 9 p.m. it was finer The Post Office and other buildings were also lighted up, so that thc children were not dissaopointed after all. Th«2 railway department made every provision for bringing the youngsters from the various suburbs of the town, but it was -loticeable that the oldsters were just as keen on pyro technics as th...

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FOOTBALL. NORTH v. EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

FOOTBALL. NOBTH v. EAST. A match will take place on the Recreation I Ground on Saturday between the Erat and North Clubs. The team to represent the East will be chosen from the follow ing : Rollinson (capt.). Patterson, Smithies, Scott, Dobson, Dore, Mitchell. M. McNeil. Doherty (2), Mazzini, Bell, Kelly, Gratz, Carlyon, G. O'Halloran and A. Gray. The North team on Saturday will be picked from the following:-Nunan (capO- Bug gins. Hurley, G. Edwards, C. Edwards, Hansom, Dalmont, Monagl.an, Bi'ston Green, Brearley, Mellish, Gilbe t. Avirs, Moffat, Mais, C. KeyBer, H. Bin.. L)odge, Meyers, O'Hara, Graham, Dudley, 3;Rooke. CONSTABLE Furlong, who has bwn has Honed at Albany for the past 18 months, se been transferred to Kojonup, where he will have charge of a station. r, A- H. Weston'6 African Medical Wonder has made a marvellous improvement in my family's health. Lassitude, hepatic-torpidity anaemia, and the d'etreEsing symptoms attending dyspepsia have s-U, disappeared, * nd patients ...

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SHIPPING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

SHIPPING ITEMS. The steamer Herbert is expected this even in? from Esperance. The steamer Marloo is dne here from Fre mantle to-day. The steamer Wollowra is due here on Saturday from Fremantle. The 6.M.S. Weimar is expectei from Bremen on the 15th instant. The steamer Innamincka is due here on Saturday morning from the Eastern Colonies. The B.M.S. China is expected from the Eastern Colonies early on Saturday morning. The steamer Bothwell Castle is due on Saturday from the Eastern Colonies with 100 tons of careo. The steamer Yarrawonga arrived from the Eastern Colonies yesterday afternoon with mails. She left for London last, evening. The steamer Bockton left the Town Jetty at 4.45 p.m. on Monday bat after clearing Bald Head found the weather toa bad and returned to Frenchman's Bay and anchored there until 6.30 the following morning. THE Kalgoorlie Council aie urging the Government to construct a railway to iu'ong. THE police have recovered the bod - of Charles Anderson who waa drown...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. MONDAY, JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

SHIPPING INTELLIGENGE. -r-.-.-: DEPASTURES. MONDAY, JONE 28. HERBEBT, B.S. for Esperance. Passenger from here : Mr McQuilkin.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

o A SB irs :""W AH o o.1 THE REMEDY. OF THE AGE. For. Indigestion, Liver and Kidney Oom» plaints, Piles, libes of Appetite, Bick 'Headache. LO ABBY'S is a pnrely Herbal Tonic and laxative. "Wahóó 7 has effected WAHOO marvellous cures . in all f the . Eastern Colonies and New Zea land after doctors and patent medicines of ^all kinds failed to even relieve. Cores effected by Loasby's " Wahoo " have been subjected'to impartial in vestigation by the N.B. Wales Press, and pronounced genuine recoveries. LOASBY'S ' is guaranteed, to chre the worst case of Dyspepsia, It stimulates WAHOO the whole system, and is the most powerful Tonic made. Loasby's " Wahoo," price Bs, from all Chemists and Storekeepers. Wholesale Agents . OBLANDO J. EEMPTHOBN, MUBRAY-STKBBT, PJSBTH. 162f g C. L O X T O IT, Wholesale and Betail Fruiterer -and Bétail Groeer, is prepared to. supply Goods at the Lowest Possible Prices. Orders intrusted to me will be carefully attended to and de livered to any part of the Town ...

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ESPERANCE NEWS. Esperance, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Albany Advertiser — 1 July 1897

ESPERANCE NEWS. Esperance, Monday. Th« three prisoners charged with the steal ing of cigars and spirits from Messrs. Woolie, Dunkley & Co.'s premises were brought before the Court this morning and remanded for eight days, on the application of the police officials who are making enquiries concerning rumors of other matters, with which one of the accused is supposed to have been con nected. Mr. Matheson, one of the candidates for the North-East Province, is in town on his way to Albany. Little interest is taken in the Council elec tions here, only one Esperance voter being on the list. The Roads Board are asking the Govern ment to place £20,000 on the estimates to improve the Esperance-Norseman-road, ard the Municipal Council are asking for £12-,000 for various works. The Chamber of Com merce ask for £1,000 for Chamber of Com merce offices and £2,000 for the hospital. The weather is Bhowery. Esperance, Wednesday. The police have made farther discoveries in connection with the...

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