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Albany Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 22, 1904, Albany, Western Australia National Library of Australia the weather. A two Days storm. The two Days which ended on monday afternoon furnished the roughest spell of bad weather experienced in Albany for a year or two. It was prelude by a rapid fall in the barometer on Friday night and saturday dawned amid threatening conditions. The Sun shone however until one o clock but at that time the Breeze began to freshen and Black masses of Cloud gathered in the sky. By 3 o clock the wind was coming from the North West in violent gusts and heavy squalls of rain accompanied it. These conditions con attained the Force of a Hurricane. Under such circumstances Day broke but the wind then veered round to the West until finally settling in the South West. For the 24 hours ended at 8 o clock on sunday morning 203 Points of rain were recorded. During the Day heavy showers fell at intervals but the storm moderated. By 6 o clock an additional nine Points had fallen. On sunday evening the wind shifted temporarily to the South East but it got Back to the South West and during the night blew with renewed Force. Outside a very High sea ran and the water in the Harbor was lashed into White crested Billows. Up to 8 . On monday an extra 64 Points of rain were registered. All the morning the position remained Little altered but Relief came in the afternoon when the Sun came ont and the wind dropped gradually. It was but yesterday morning that the sea moderated. The Steamer Makool which entered port on Friday evening got away at 6.40 . On saturday and thus encountered the storm at sea. Less Fortu Nate was the Schooner Iris which left on thursday morning for Fremantle. She was unable to make headway from the Start and finally ran Back to the sound for shelter dropping Anchor in French Man s Bay at 4 o clock on saturday after noon. There she remained until yesterday. The Steamer Grant Ala eastward bound with the wind behind her had a very rough trip from Fremantle but reached Albany expeditiously arriving at 4.45 on sunday afternoon. She anchored in the Stream and came alongside the town jetty at Midnight. There her cargo was worked without serous delay but As the storm still raged and a mountainous sea ran outside it was deemed advisable to wait in port. It was 7.30 yesterday morning before she resumed her voyage. The White Star liner runic brought bad Luck with her. From the hour of leaving Capetown she experienced one continuous storm at times reaching Hurricane Force and the conditions were so rough at inter Vals that big vessel As Bhe is it was necessary to Batten Down the Passen sunday some 36 hours late and Rode out the Gale in the Stream refraining from going alongside the Deepwater jetty until 7 o clock yesterday morning. Once at her moorings however she speedily discharged the 280 tons of cargo she had for this port and continued her passage during the afternoon. Reports from outside show the storm to have been general. The one calamity occurred off Melbourne when the p. And o. Mail Steamer Australia was wrecked All on Board fortunately being saved. Work was entirely suspended at Fremantle and a few Small accidents happened to the shipping there. Whether any damage was sustained by the Harbor works is not stated. In the other direction the Steamer Dawn found safety for two Days in Esperance Bay. bound mail Steamer Britannia was greatly delayed. Me. Alfred Burvill government observer at Grasmere reports under Date of june 20, at 8 . Heavy Rains set in Here on saturday at noon since when we have had 351 Points of rain accompanied by heavy gales of wind from the . And s.. It is still raining and blowing a Gale. The rain for june to Date has been .5.16 Points. Previous rainfall for the year 12.65 " total .16,81 Points Albany at noon on . Dawn at Esperance. Esperance monday. Owing to the threatening state of the weather the Steamer Dawn returned Back Here last saturday night. She sailed again yesterday morning but again put Back. She is still anchored in the Bay. This Ance More demonstrates the safeness of this Harbor. Yesterday at midday Strong squalls started to blow from the South West accompanied by heavy rain and Hail. It has been raging Ever since or. West the chief officer of the Dawn left her last week at Albany. This is the first time the Dawn has had to put Back Here after she had sailed since her Advent on this coast. Mount Barker notes. Prom our own correspondent a special meeting of the eural association was held on saturday last. Present messes. W. Soundness chairman. W. Mitchell t. Kearsley r. J. Ferry j. West and w. W. Brunton Secretary. The chairman explained that the meeting had been called to appoint a Delegate to represent the District on a deputation to the District superintendent of railways. It was proposed by or. Mitchell and seconded by or. Ferry " that or. W. Soundness be appointed to represent the association and District on the proposed . This concluded the business. Heavy Rains have fallen Herc during the last few Days. The lambing season has started and a very Large percentage is the Rule. In some cases Over 100 per cent has been obtained. The Farmers Are All Busy sowing crops and a very Large area of Laud is being cropped this season. The Advance in the fruit Market is bringing Forward Large consignments of late fruit which had been held. Woods great Peppermint cure for coughs and colds never fails is cd in cold weather try Wolfe schnapps with hot Lemon a timely is the season of the year when the prudent and careful housewife replenishes her Supply of Chamberlain s cough Temedj. It is certain to be needed before the Winter is Over and results Are much More prompt and satisfactory when it is kept at hand and Given As soon As the cold is contracted Jand before it has become settled in the system. In almost every instance a severe cold May be warded ofe by taking this remedy freely As soon As the first indication of the cold appears. There is no danger in giving it to children for it contains no harmful substance. It is pleasant to take both adults and Chil Dren like it buy it and you will get the Best. It always euros. Sold by Drew Robinson & co. Women who require a stimulant should try Wolfe s schnapps. The Albany croquet club. Children s Ball. By another children s dance a function which the ladies of the croquet club above All others know Bow to make happily successful and which in their hands has become a most popular institution took place in the masonic Hall last Friday night. The ladies in question had previously earned a great reputation for Organis ing and conducting these pleasant re unions for the Little ones and this. Heir latest Effort surpassed All others. The object in View was to raise funds for the purpose of maintaining the croquet Lawn and it must have been Gratifying to those concerned to s6e their work so Resnol Toul and so deeply appreciated. The room was tastefully decorated with greenery and symbols of Tho game of croquet were to be seen intermixed. The supper tables looked exceedingly i pretty. Quaint looking Arches of Pink and White Flowers adorned the centres and arranged around these were trails of Smilax and All manner of dainties. The music was provided by miss a. Seddon who kindly volunteered her services for the club s Benefit. Or. O. W. Berliner was also generous enough to give a helping hand while further assistance was rendered by miss Grace Leishman. Mrs. Frank Johnson and miss ring Way or. P. H. Meeks acted As . Over 150 adults and children were present and the fancy costumes were both numerous and effective. Several were new and of a very tasteful character. One Little miss who made a charming alphabet became too nervous to join in the Competition otherwise she would have undoubtedly carried off one of the prizes. Miss Dorothy Richardson who made an excellent Little japanese lady was awarded the first prize a girl s work Roxand companion presented by i mrs. Haiden while amongst the boys master George Broomhall secured the football presented by mrs. P. H. Meeks. The club provided two other first prizes for children under nine years miss Vera Cockle As cupid s i fairy came first among the girls and master Arthur Cockle a Little boy Blue was presented with the boy s prize. The judging was no easy matter. All the children looked so extremely Well in their different characters that it was hard to say which was Best. The question was decided by ballot All the croquet members present taking part in the voting. The following costumes were amongst those Well worthy of men Tion Dolly Reddin Christmas tree Elsie Gribble neapolitan Market girl Ada Knox snowball Annie Knox Flower girl Jean Knox red Riding Hood Connie bae Sjon Flower girl g by Cohen alphabet mar gory Hemingway shepherdess John Mccubbin a scotch lad die Tom Edwards the last Little Nigger boy Florrie Edwards the Nigger boy s Bride Reggie Edwards Day and night Leslie Edwards punch Leslie Wilkinson chinaman Willie off Ord chinaman Fred Hemingway chinaman Lily Duffner poppy Elsie Duffner Butterfly Amy Duffner Butterfly Edith Miner Silver Bells and Cockle shells Kenneth Forsyth Prince charming Arthur Forsyth country boy Alice Broomhall Fatima Marion Richardson a lady of he 20th Century Eileen Cochrane the Gar Dener s daughter Gladys Chapman \ Spanish girl. Dancing was kept no till la o clock for the children and an extra hour was Given the adults who had assisted the committee in amusing the Little ones. The thanks of the club Are tendered to mrs. Hesketh Jones and messes. Broomhall and t. H. Barnett for their kind assistance in numerous Little ways during the evening. Scientific Temperance teaching in j state subject Whick is just now occupying so much Public Atten Tion in Western Australia is also coming much to the front in England. We quote the following from the current number of the Alliance enormous response to the medical petition in favor of the compulsory teaching of Hygene and the principles of Temperance in the schools of great Britain Speaks Well for the profession. Up to april 1st, 14,250 signatures had been received a great number accompanied with expressions of Hearty approval and Earnest wishes to help Forward the movement locally. There s dozens of remedies Mother has tried j if we had t been Strong i expect we d i have died. I for weeks we be been moping and swallowing trash and when there s a lot it walks into the Cash. I agreed with my dad who says woops is a Brick for showing the world How to cure a cold Quick " no need to be Laid up for weeks when you May. Take peppeb3�ikt cube and be Well in a Day. The mechanics Institute at Katanning is to be a gated by electricity at a Cost of �43 10s. A gymnasium in connection with the Katanning athletic club was started last week. Belief after six . M a. Clark of tin Iberry Bange if.. Australia writes -. I wish to inform you of the wonderful Benefit i Hare received from your valuable Medicine. I suffered from a severe cough for six years and obtained no Relief until i took chamber lain s cough remedy. One bottle cured i me and i am thankful to say that i have never had the cough since. Make any use of this letter that you like for the Good of any other poor for Sale by Drew Robinson & co. Beware of imitations. Call for Wolfe s schnapps by Doe scoring tablets pictorial Post cards birthday cards visiting cards play Rig cards at Home cards also buckets Spades boats Aud toys in endless variety h. Harden state politics. The Dundas contest. Is. Thomas candidature. Esperance saturday. Or. A. E. Thomas the Independent candidate for Dundas addressed the electors in the Bijou theatre last night. The acting mayor presided and there was a Large attendance the ladies committee having arranged a dance to follow the address. Refreshments were provided. Or. Thomas gave a resume of his past doings in the House. He contended that he had fulfilled All promises he made previous to the last election and said Hie platform was practically the same now As it three years ago. He was strongly opposed to the pre sent government and against the abolition of the upper House. It elected he would fight for this District As he had done in the past. He was certain brighter Days would come before the end of the year. He favored an income tax and was strongly against the afghans. He was not however opposed to the italians if they could work with the White Man. He stated that the labor party vere trying to get them to join their unions and were sending out their rules printed in italian. He also stated that the labor party did not include the Esperance railway in their platform. To dared that he was certain of big elected by a substantial majority. He spoke for two hours. Votes of thanks to the candidate and chairman closed the meeting. Or. And mrs. Thomas leave to Morrow for Norseman. Or. R. J. Stewart is at Ravens Thorpe. He will arrive Here next saturday. He is greatly benefited in health by his trip. The contest is expected to be very keen Here. The legislative Assembly elections. To the editor sir referring to your leading article in the Albany advertiser of the 15th inst., wherein Yon warn the electors of Albany to beware of the danger of indifference lest they should fail to fill the place of or. Gardiner late state treasurer by another Fol lower of the James government and claim for them honesty of Pur pose Liberal methods and loyalty to notwithstanding these recommendations Many electors of my acquaintance outside the labor ranks who keep an Eye on the present political Campaign recognise that or. James has now arrived at the parting of the ways inasmuch As that he is attracting Many entirely new political loves to his bosom therefore reasoning by the axiom that the character of the aggregate is determined by the character of its it a difficult to understand How " loyalty to tradition is to be maintained in the future if himself and his new following come into Power. A few references will suffice to illustrate my Point. Or. James in his Banbury speech first threw Down the Gauntlet to the lab Orista by telling the people of that town that there was room for Only two political parties in this state government and the labor party. Again in Perth he informed the citizens that the labor platform was 75 per cent Birdlike while later at East Perth his own constituency he asks the electors Why they oppose him As he had already assimilated a Large slab t of the labor platform together with the Birdlike. These several state men to no doubt fitted the several localities Bot when compared to Gether they smack very much of the tactics of Haub Nroa s Sam Sleivis soft solder everywhere. It must be Patent to everyone who has read the platform speeches of May of his new supporters that their politics Are of the conservative and anti socialistic Type while some of or. James pet schemes such As state insurance and state hotels ave Disimi Tetly socialistic. Hence to them anathema. Neither Are. They at one with Bim upon the method of dealing with the upper House. Should or James and his conservative following attain to Power it will be interesting to observe How their conflicting principles Are to to disposed of. The ratting of or. Nanson too and the political juggling connected therewith does not tend to elevate politics. Oliver Wendel Holmes must have had a like situation in his mind when he wrote. Man was made hollow that his principles he might yours ., j . "." is most inaccurate in quoting the leading article he refers to. He rushes to attack the government on the supposition that we claimed support for them on the grounds of honesty of purpose Liberal methods and loyalty to honesty of purpose and Liberal methods we certainly Gare them credit for and we defy even then greatest enemies to deny that they deserve it. Loyalty to tradition was not mentioned in their connection. We urged the electors of Albany to be consistent and Loyal to their own Brilliant political traditions. "." is evidently a theorist of sceptical tendencies. The present situation however Calls for an essentially practical solution. The Issue before the people is a Choice Between the government and the labor party. There is no room for Petty personal differences. De. Chamberlain s stomach and liver tablets Are dispensable to All Medicine chests. They Aid the digestion promote the appetite stimulate the liver keep the bowels open and restore All the internal organs to a natural healthy condition. Just what you Price sgd and sold by Drew. Robinson & co. H. Hayden has a Fine Stock of fancy goods Silver Ware leather goods Basket Ware . The very Best place to go for a present. H Harden the Mission to Tibet. W difficulties of the situation. The present position in Tibet can not be viewed As satisfactory in either its political or military aspects says the " Pioneer. The Mission is practically besieged in Gantse and any attempt to negotiate now seems out of the question. If the tibetans could get into the entrenched Camp which they have been trying to Render untenable with Jugal and Rifle fire for a month past they would probably massacre everyone from the British commissioner to the meanest Follower. The heavy losses which they have suffered in such actions As have taken place must have embittered them against the intruders into their Conn try and they cannot be expected to make War other than in their own Barbaric fashion. The Mission then has entirely lost its original character and its escort is rapidly becoming a Field Force with a definite objective in front of it nothing less than the capture of Lhasa. The period of Grace that is to be Given to the Dalai Lama within which to Send responsible representatives to treat at Gantse May As Well be a week As a i month for any Good purpose that can be served. When we hear of the tibetan Force being strengthened by fresh arrivals of armed levies there can obviously be no intention on the part of the lamas to open negotiations. They mean to drive the Mission Back if they can and the efforts in this direction Are now More pronounced than at any previous period. As to. The military situation its unexpected developments Are distinctly serious. Not that there seems any danger of the Advance Camp being rushed for it is strongly entrenched and the 500 men holding it axe we equipped with supplies and ammunition. But there is the risk As we have More than once pointed ont of convoys being intercepted and of the posts on the line of communications being persistently attacked. Already the postal service upon which so much depends has become a dangerous business and the last Convoy which reached Gantse had to beat off some assailants. The immediate reinforcements available Are less than 200 men who Are March ing no from the Chambi Valley and most now be nearing their destination. This addition to the strength of the Garrison will be very Welcome but it is not certain that it will enable colonel Brander to act on the Offen Sive and Clear the enemy ont of the Jong or fort which overlooks the town and is a menace to the entrenched Post so Long As it swarms with men. The affair in which the tibetans were driven from a building which they had been bold enough to seize with a View apparently to making the siege reality May be Only the first of several such operations. When a comparatively Small Force is outnumbered by eight or 10 to one it must of necessity keep its assailants at s length pending the time when it can vigorously attack with a fair Prospect of Success. But the greatest trouble seems Likely to occur on the Road be tween Gantse and guru where Small posts have to be maintained. The risks run Are perfectly Well known and they will be guarded against in every possible Way but until the troops now on the move from India reach the Chambi Valley and thus permit of the line of communication being strengthened the general out look must give cause for a certain amount of anxiety. Ladies fashion journals magazines comic papers and All the leading English and australian papers kept in Stock. Daily papers delivered to All parts of the town h. Harden Job printing a specially at the advertises office. Was dose and Newton artist colors painting copies Point lace braid and Pat terns Peri Lustra thread and transfers kept in Stock. H. Harden. He electoral act. Legislative Assembly elections. Albany District. The above election will take place on tuesday the 28th Day of june 1904. Chief polling place the town Hall Albany. Potting places will also be opened at the agricultural Hall mount Barker the Post office Denmark. The posing places will be open from i o clock . To v o clock . Postal voting. Any elector who 1 intends to be absent from the state on polling Day 2 has reason to believe that he will on j polling stay be More than five Miles from the above polling places 3 being a woman believes that she will on account j of Al health be unable to attend a polling Booth on polling Day or 4 Wib be pre j vented by serious illness or infirmity from attending a polling place on polling Day May after the Issue of the writ attend before any of the undermentioned gentle men and record his or her vote to be for warded by Post to the returning officer before to posing Day n resident magistrate Albany. C. Mckenzie Albany. W. Soundness mount Barker. J. P. Gorman Bremer Bay. J. W. Muir Albany. E. A. Mitchell postmaster Denmark. R. H. Wright postmaster mount Barker. Andrew Moir Willeg Anup Salt River. W. H. Henville Cranbrook. R. H. Phryne King River. J. Gardiner Kybaluk Frankland River. Andrew Muir Forest Hill mount bar Ker. A. F. Flanders Torbay Junction. R. E. Spencer mount Barker. A Scott Little River Camp Denmark. B. C. Holmes railway Telephone office Albany. A. C. Gardiner state school Franklin River. Francis Bird 949w returning officer. Patients will hear of something to their advantage by writing to the Dia Betic Institute St. Dunstan s Hill Lon Don . Nothing to pay. The labor party and the common Rule. A tie House of representatives last week or. Carpenter . Asked sir John Forrest through the speaker if the following statement attributed to him in the Argus was Correct with reference to the new ship Ping clauses proposed by the government he regretted that the other members for Western Australia were so bound to the labor government that they could not protest in the Only effectual Way in which protests could be sir John Forrest those statements were made but i said a great Deal More which will appear in the West what i intended to convey was that the other Western australian members were not Able to make their protests effectual by with drawing their support from the government. Or. Carpenter seeing that the other West australian members publicly pledged themselves against any application of the common Rule to mail steamers Why does sir John Forrest persist in making statements that Are incorrect. Sir John Forrest i am very glad to have an Opportunity of hearing this statement that the Hon. Members intend to adhere to their pledges but it is a very different thing to oppose amendments and to go on supporting a government which is inflicting All this injury on Western Australia. Or. Fowler the injury is Only being done in this particular instance. Sir John Forrest the Power of the Western australian labor Mem Bers is As nothing compared with what it would be if they told the prime minister do this thing or we will withdraw our support from Yon the new shipping clauses proposed by the government in the arbitration Bill will give Rise to a very Long de Bate. It is presumed that or. Deakin will adhere to the policy of the bar ton government and oppose the clauses and that he will be supported by All the opponents of the govern ment s policy. There appears to be Little likelihood of the clauses being agreed to in anything resembling their present form. China s dowager Empress. The dowager Empress of China in spite of her influence and Power is a particularly vain old lady. The court of Pekin has recently been in a turmoil while her portrait was being painted for the St. Louis exhibition. The artist mis6 Carl had a trying time of it and when the por trait was completed the Empress insisted that it should be accorded full Boyal honors during its conveyance to Shanghai for shipment. In order to bring the paint ing to the railway without it being carried by men a special Light railway was constructed. Sir Robert Hart had to Depute special officials to take charge of the Pic Ture and the train that carried it to Shanghai had four carriages for the escort and two decorated Cara one for the Pic Ture and the other for the Pedestal vice Roy Tuan sni Kai himself met the train accompanied by several High european officials and to its Safe transhipment. It is interesting to learn that the Empress insisted on being made to look Young and was greatly excited Over the whole affair. London Wool Market. Messes. Dalgety and company Ltd., report that they Hare received the follow ing Cable from their London � in co under Date of june 17 Wool Market firm expect a Rise in prices at next a Minee writes -. Pains in Back and limbs it a ratio. Or. Palmer i want to say that i think that your me Dicine Vitada Tio in the Best in the world. I have suffered with dreadful pains in my Back and limbs and Webber s Vitada Tio cured me. Now i can work eat sleep and Tell everybody that Vitada Tio is Good. I used eight bottles and am going to keep it in my place so that i will have some always at hand if i Ever get bad again. I have done a lot of work underground wet and cold and think it was that brought on my complaints. Yon can say it acts on Young and old As i am 65, and i know of a Young Man who was nearly Blind who is getting his sight again through using Vitada Tio. Yours &c., late of euro Gold mine near Laverton w. Australia. Witness a. J. Eist. For further particulars s. A. Palmer head office 439 Flinders Lane Melbourne. Correspondence invited. Write for testimonials. The Price of Medicine is 5s 6d and 3s 6d per bottle. Or. W. J. Fist wholesale and retail agent Wellington Street Perth. Opp. Railway station. Telephone 487. All chemists and storekeepers. Agents for District e. Barnett & co Wolfe s schnapps gives Good Fedow ship to the Well when suffer big from a Eold and you fear an attack of pneumonia secure a bottle of Chamberlain s cough remedy and use it judiciously. There is no danger from this disease when this remedy is used. It always cures and cures quickly. For Sale by Drew Robinson and co. 65 years of age. And cured by Perth january 4 1901. George Roberts. Rifle notes. By on saturday last the Plantagenet Bille club fired a match against Fremantle in connection with the Lee shield Competition. Owing to the military authorities having reserved the Karra Katta ranges for their own use the Fremantle club were unable to shoot on that Day and although the regulations governing this Competition state " three Clear Days notice must be Given to the opposing team of any Altera Tion to fixture nothing whatever was heard from Fremantle concerning it until saturday morning. It being then too late to notify those taking part the local officials decided to carry out their part of the programme. A splendid Start was made at 200 Yards where the Good total of 173 was put up this being an average of a trifle less than 29 per Man. The wind which had Beim Gusty and unfavourable from the Start then increased to almost Hurricane Force and rain commenced to fall heavily. This of course rendered Good shooting out of the question. Zewiey place and Tassell All managed to pass 80 but of the remaining three Dyson s score of 64 was the Best. The total of the team was 429 and although this exceeds either of the scores previously made by local teams in this Competition it is not nearly up to practice form. Considering the violent weather it was however better than could reasonably be expected. The details of the scores Are As follows Yards 200 500 600 Tel. G. Gillett. 27 la 22 60 w. Day. 29 17 5 51 i j. Tassell. 29 25 80 84 e. Zewiey. 32 27 28 87 h. Dyson. 27 23 14 64 t. Place. 29 29 25 83 the Fremantle team will in All Proba-1 ability fire off on saturday next. The Ordinary practice for members will be held on thursday afternoon. On thursday evening a general meeting of the Plantagenet Rifle club will be held at the freemasons hotel at 8 o clock. As a Large amount of important business is to be transacted a full attendance is particularly desired. Brett mutism is cured by chamber Lains pain Balm. One application relieves the pain. For Sale by Drew Robinson & co. John Cabble auctioneer and commission agent 798w Albany. Eorge Johnston architect Stirling Terrace Albany plans specifications budding quantities. And estimates prepared. Agent at Albany and . District for the Aachen and Munich fire insurance company risks taken on agricultural produce haystacks . 12m Albany grammar school Day Ann boat Dong school for boys. Scots Church schoolroom York Street. Prospectus at Harden s. Principal Otto w. Berliner. 0. F. Layton build be Cost Bacton and undertaker. . Has always on hand a Stock of undertaker s requisites including artificial wreaths and crosses. Funerals carried out decently combined with moderate charges. Inspection invited. Hlabse an mousing coaches. Telephone no. 31 18 Tock no t i be. Found on my run at calling up and now with my Stock one Bay Mare with White face one White Hind fetlock. Branded am conjoined on near Side also m in hat Circle on near shoulder supposed to be the progeny of one of the Moir s. If not claimed within the time allowed by Law will by sold to defray expenses. William Moir. Calling up near Raven Thorpe. 939w june la 1904. M Illar s Karri a Jarra forests Ltd. Large stocks of Karri Jarrah deals flooring match Board mouldings. Door sashes ., it. Karri firewood from september 21,1902, under 15in. Blocks delivered 8s per Load loin. Split 10s per Load. 6in. Stove Wood 10s per Load. For further particulars apply Albany office. The White Star line. Approximate sailings of Aub Ralian steamers during 1903-4. A off dog Sny a is 65 t t 9 s of a top Aon to dog say Nonoi Tia 91 6t ass is 65 i is 09 1 Lotf to dog dog 4�r 08 auf s a of Soet z of St St to to i to Dag Sny a mood of and is 08 s v i St nut a Lotf to dog St inns by 8 � f Trefana Watt n it 6t to to is is to Tbs Faa Oil to Dag Sny inf amp an try in 9 6 to it 9t 0t is in Asp Oak Aoji of dog Sny of Sentif 08 s z 6 St 91 of of Hoff 9t 8t to is 95 65 t is v06t Goa to i dog Sny Eua 6 it it 9t 6t is w of Goa to St dog Sny Tnp Onuf Ona 9 8 it St 9t 6t to it Goa Ojst v 0 Dag Sny Ottna Eprui Opy Ona t 6 9 8 to it of St Goa Aoji to Dos Onuf ctr cry a 9t 6t to n is 65 t is .to6t a0� Wosny Otma of map Hidy a dog Dag Sny 6 Atnip St a. I Jay v06t 9aei Call at Hobart. Seeds. Fruit Trees. T. H. Saw seed merchant Florist a York Street Albany has on band new season vegetable Flower and farm seeds. Seed potatoes. Fruit Trees direct from c. A. Nobeline Gem Rook nurseries. Delivery in june. Undoubtedly the Best rooted Trees imported. Book orders now. Spray pumps Bird seeds bouquets wreaths. 27m Icholson s the House for pianos. Sole agents be the famous Wonisch pianos. These remarkable instruments Hare the largest Sale of any piano in Australasia. Wonisch pianos. Perfect in tone and touch. For standing in tune they Hare no equal. Wonisch pianos. Have stood a critical teat for Over thirty years. Wonisch pianos need no better recommendation than the satisfaction they give. Wonisch pianos Are sold on terms to suit purchasers. Catalogues posted free. Nicholson and co., 189w Barrack Street Perth pria cd and published for the a Oprie Seiw by Albany printing works to if stat a Njo ii by John Astley Milne All to be address edit the manager / the Abo Adonai. " Kif
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