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Albany Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Albany, Western Australia National Library of Australia patties so s princely bargains opening Day Friday june 4. During the month of Jone we Are offering special bargains in every department make an Early inspection of these splendid bargains As they sell very rapidly and cannot be repeated when sold out. Patti sirs princely bargains to Day. Princely bargains to Day. Town Hall Man Akk my pick under the patronage Aud support of the returned goodies Art sailors league where the Paramount Best films Are shown this afternoon at 3 45 to night at 8 of Jil a i the Paramount 5-act play Trio Bennett the us of men the screamingly funny Faroe. Al la a desert hero ratty Arbuckle and another episode the flying fortress in the answer to the great question who is number 1 ? saturday night William s. Hart Marguerite Glaukos m Paramount s plat Square Deal coming my Nen in Captain i Box plans at normans no extra. Day sales at Carter s we invite you to the special display in our glassware and crockery department Kitchen Ware and cutlery Well made aluminium kettles and saucepans. Excellent value in table knives Forks and spoons. Beautiful chinaware. An endless assortment of vases Jardin heres salad bowls teapots and Jug sets. Call ii and Welcome. Miles upping and Merrifield. The visit of by Prince of Raubs. Parents and wives of fallen soldiers trill be admitted and provided with seats within the enclosure at the town Hall on thursday june 30, on the occasion of the presentation of the address of Welcome to his Royal High Ness. Admission to the enclosure by ticket Only which can be obtained by application to the town clerk. Early application is necessary As no tickets will be issued after monday june 28. W. J. Day 902 mayor. Municipality of Albany. Public notice. Loan of �3,000. Tenders Are invited and will be received up till noon on monday june 28, 1920, at the town Hall Albany in sealed envelopes addressed to his Wor ship the mayor and endorsed ten Ders for loan for the Purchase of debentures of the total face value of �3,000. Debentures will be issued Only for amounts of �100 or multiples there of and tenders will be received for the whole amount or for any portion of same. The currency of1 the debentures will be thirty years with the right of redemption either wholly or in part of j Ter ten years on giving six months no Tice. Interest at the rate of 6 per cent por annul will be paid half yearly. A sinking fund of 2 per cent per annul will be invested by the Council i with the colonial treasurer for the re j demotion of the loan. A Deposit of �5 per cent must accompany each tender and the balance to be available within one month from the acceptance of the tender. No tender necessarily accepted. For further particulars apply to the undersigned. H. C. Poole town clerk. Town Hall Albany june 8, 1920. 867 Prince of Wales visit. To View the proceedings. The Premier hotel Balcony affords a splendid Vantage Point none better and seats Are available at 5/ each. In View of Calls already received Early application is advised. 910 l g. Boyle proprietor. Only a Little talk to business men. Only a cold but a Man it Bead is not Clear for business. He May not be Able to grasp the Opportunity that he has waited for so Long. His appearance is against him too. With swollen face and reddened nose he can not meet his employer or business Friend Willi that look of Confidence which inspires Confidence in return. Socially he feels himself a nuisance almost a outcast. Hardly ill enough to compel him to abandon his engage ments lie moves about the embodiment of physical distress and duly awakens the feeling of pity or disgust in his acquaintances. Only a cold to whip i a Mac must not give in but must run the risk of More serious ills by braving the Wea ther no matter How inclement it May by. How Many cases of pneumonia and other serious illnesses causing the deaths of fathers of families. Result yearly from Only a Only a old but which others c itch it spreads through the family the office the club. There is Only one Tennedy which can be relied upon to Stop a cold and is powerful enough at the same time to arrest the develop ment of much More serious Allied Dis eases. The sensible and responsive business men of Australia appreciate the value of such a remedy and As a result thousands of bottles of or. Shel Don s new discovery yearly pass Over the counters of chemists and store keepers of this land and into the hands of Heads of families. Or. Sheldon s new discovery 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable at Drew Robinson and co s. J Western australian govern ment railways. Visit of his Royal highness the Prince of Wales. Ticket arrangements. Holiday excursion tickets minimum 1/9 first class 1/ second class will by issued from All stations and platforms of. Government and Midland com Pany s line to Albany from june 24 and daily by trains timed to arrive Albany up to 10 an. On june 30, available for return until july 7. Holiday excursion tickets minimum 1/9 first class 1/ second class will be issued from All stations and platforms on government and Midland com Pany s line except Between stations within the metropolitan suburban and outer suburban areas to Perth daily from june 2 to july 6, and by trains timed to arrive Perth up to noon on july 7, available for return until july 14. Children under 16 years of age will be charged half adult single fare for the return journey minimum 3d. Arrival of . The Prince of Wales at Albany. I train arrangements. I Perth alb any monday june 28, the 4 . Train Perth to Albany will run As tabled on sundays Between Katanning and Al Bany arming latter station 7.55 am. Tuesday. On tuesday june 29, the 4 . Train Perth to Albany will not Stop at any station Between Katanning and Albany arriving latter station at 7 5 ., wednesday. Intermediate Pas sengers will be accommodated in a train leaving Katanning at 3.30 ., wednesday june 30. Broom Hill de part 4.2 ajn., Tambellup 4.44 ., Cranbrook 5.34 sun., mount Barker 6.50 ., Torbay Junction 7.55 ., and arrive Albany 8-20 am on tues Day june 29, a special express train will leave Perth at 6.35 . For Al Bany arriving latter station 9.12 ., wednesday. J by a eng Branch. Tuesday june 28-additions. 9-t0 ., Katanning to nya Bing 2 . Nya Bing to Katanning arriving aug latter station 5.45 . Denmark Branch wednesday june 30-additions. 1.55 And 7.20 . Albany to Denmark. A special passenger train will leave Denmark at 5.45 ., Hay 6.31 Young s 6.58 ., Bornholm 7.26 , Kron Kup 7.41 ., Torbay Junction 8.22, arriving Albany 8.50 a.ui., stopping at All intermediate stations. An additional train will also leave Den Mark for Albany at 11.5 . On wednesday june 30, stopping at any Tion required. Visit of the Prince of Wales to Perth. Train arrangements. I great Southern line. Wednesday june 30. I the 3 Train Narrogin to Perth will Ruu in two divisions the first division will leave Narrogin at 3.5 And run express through to Perth arriving latter station at 9.50 a jul. The second Traill stopping at All stations j will leave Narrogin at 3.35 ., and j run 35 minutes biter than tabled to ? Spencer s Brook then 25 minutes la Ter Thau tabled to Perth. Addition-6 an. Train Katanning to Perth As tabled of tuesdays. By order w. Lord 909 chief traffic manager. Ladies Only. Your attention is directed to a wealth of color Charm and Beauty. I have been fortunate in obtaining a few Sample models of ladies millinery direct from London and Paris. These cannot be repeated and Are at present unobtainable elsewhere i Australia a cordial invitation is extended to Ai those interested in smart fashion Able and up to Date millinery. Miss Austin Milliner. Providence is always on the Side of the last Reserve Napoleon Bonaparte Liis famous remark applies to the armies of business As Well As it does to War. The merchant who wins Tho Battle of business is the one with the strongest forces. The last Reserve is a powerful Factor every merchant who is contending for general Trade must not Only have is Strang battalions As his competitors but something in Reserve. For this Reserve to suggest the new goods now showing at e. Barnett & co. S. Several lines of merchandise now being sold by us May be a Little More than it i Aal in Quality and lower in Price than our fellow Mer dents but you will 6nd the specials for this week and next that last Reserve which always wins the Battle. The winning punch with Winter goods at winning prices. Specials this week include Lovely Quality gabardine in Navy Aud Fawn 54iu. 19s 6d value in 54in. Gabardine mule and Fawn Only Worth 17s 6d " Yard special Price i of 6d. See oar Good Quality White gabardine and Tri Cotine 40in. 4s 6d Yard All Wool coating Tweed 54in Worth 27s 6d special this week 17s 6d. A really Good Range of All Wool Black and Navy costume Serges 54in. 15s, 17s6d, 19s 6d to 35s Vard. 2 pieces Only Creme Palm Beach Linen 40in. 4s 6d Width Zan. Winces pretty patterns and stripes and a Good selection-3s old Yard Beautiful striped Wool Viyella and Gly Dellas Creme ground with coloured stripes-5s old and 6s 6d Yard est Stock of Plain White mercerized shirting in the state special prices-3s 3d, 2s 6d, 2s 9d and 2s 1 old Yard heavy twill unbleached sheeting 54in. Limited Quantity Only Don Trush them 3s 6d and 5s 6d Yard.80in. Unbleached sheeting 2 really Good lines 5s-Lld and 6s old Yard Good Quality twill sheeting 54in. Best in the Trade to Day 3s old Yard a Bonza heavy White twill sheeting 80in, special Price 6s 6d Yard. Our White bleached damask Are the Best in the land at the Price 5c 60 and 82ins. 4s 6d, 6s 6�, 7s 6d and 8s 6d. Nothing like this elsewhere in the state. A Good 32in. Long Loti is 6d Yard. A better line of Long cloth 36in. This week Only is 9d Yard. Splendid Quality in ladies silk ankle Hose Black White Grey Cham pagne and Nigger 5s 1 old ankle Hose in Black and White Only 4s Ucol Black All Wool Cashmere Hose ribbed and Plain 5s old pair. Men s heavyweight Oil Oats unlined 25s, lined 32s 6d. Boys Oil Oats 34 to 40in. 21s, 42 to 48in. 22s 6d. Onka paring pore Wool travelling rugs 32s 6d 42s, 63s, 92s a 110s Onka paring pure Wool fringed rugs size 80x106 63s each. / boots and shoes. Just arrived sex. Dimboola the latest creations in ladies and gents boots and shoes in All shapes styles and fittings Black Tan and � White. The cheapest and Best House for repairs in w. A de. Barnett & co., Stirling Terrace there Are others but al3any Beer and Stout Lead the Way m. J. Brady proprietor. Support local Industry Montagu Wal sort tuition in Plano and mandolin. Spencer Street near Post office. 68c Stubbs Fowles having removed Rozalynd Hurst wishes to notify the Public that does not intend to take indoor patients in future but is available for outdoor service. Present address Parade Street opposite Bangor House. Paul Bauditz Carpenter & cabinetmaker. Drawings and specifications for buildings prepared. Parkville Bruns Wick Boad. Madame Aska Widlund. Swedish masseuse and Gluck gymnast. Hours of consultation from 2 . Grey Street opposite the bocks. Bat View boarding House. Vacancies for permanent boarders ladies and gents. Winter and summer terms moderate. Lbs. H. A a. Stubbs proprietress. 622 the mount Brunswick Foad Albany. Now undergoing renovation and re furnishing will be ready for the accommodation of visitors Over the visit of the Prince of Wales and the of the renown. Room for , �3 3/ Early application advised. F. H. Watt late of Collie proprietor. 894 Ralph pott8, r.d.s., my a the Well known dentist of pesto visits Albany professionally at intervals. And May be consulted at the London hotel. Dentures from 50s. Absolutely painless extractions 2s. 6d. Norse Campbell , certificated maternity nurse address. Co mrs. H. Hall Perth Road. 903 late advertisements. For Chaffe utter Ben tall apply Shannon bang River. . Apply h. Wiley builder Aud contractor Al Bany. 912 . Apply Albany hotel. Narri Kup e. Norton s paddock five yearling heifers. Reward to anyone giving information of whereabouts that will Lead to re . G. Mckenzie and co., Al Bany. 911 thanks. Or. And mrs. David Gould wish to tender their sincere thanks to All kind friends for messages of condolence in their recent sad bereavement. 907 p. H. W. Johnson & co., pharmaceutical chemists and opticians. Physicians and Ocul Istas prescriptions faithfully dispensed. Importers of drugs chemicals and All photographic supplies. Stirling Terrace Albany opposite Post office. Phone no. In your order by Post will receive imme Diate attention. Norman Bros. Booksellers stationers newsagents & fancy goods importers std Leng Terrace we Hare just landed supplies of the i following Well known novels bound in cloth _ Price 2/6 each or posted 2/8. " burning Daylight " by Jack London. Faith of men by Jack London. Martin Eden by Jack London. " to Enface by Jack London. The game by Jack London. The Call of the wild by Jack Lon Don. 4 White Fang by Jaek London. Takes of the fish patrol by Jac London. Heart of the Sunset by Ber Beach. Silver horde by Rex Beach. The Story of Eden by Dolf the Pawn s count by e. P. Oppenheim. Doris Moore by Guy Thorne. The Huntress by Hulbert Footner. The turnstile by a e. W Mason. Norman Bros., booksellers Albany. Empire theatre where the world s Best films Are shown. Thursday night Nazimova the world s greatest artist a revelation saturday night. Molly King. Earle Williams. Or the Mik us Monty s Albany s drapers have everything in their favor As these prices show. Horrocks striped Flannelette Lovely patterns 36in. 2s 1 old Yard. Osra Anette equal to bore Only 42in. At 3s a Yard. Fren Twilla 36in. Extra heavy goods View this from 2s 3d to 3s 6d cd. Ticking Linen is old Yard Only in sing e Width. Get in. White Flannelette absolutely the Best from is old 2s, 2s 3d, 2s 6d, 2s 9d, 2s old. Sheeting align twill 80in. At Cost Price special at 5s 1 old Yard. Sheeting Osman heavy twill 80iu. 6s old Yard. Sheeting Wigan 54in. Plain. A Cost Price special 3s 6d Yard. ? sheeting unbleached single Width a Cost Price special 2s 3d yer a. Dress tweeds venetians shepherds velvets Etc. Try a Donegal 42in. A Wool tweeds Acost Price special 8s 1 old Yard. Serge heavy Cheviot 42in. All Wool 16s 6d, others up to 29s 6d. Shepherds Check 54in. C. And w. In Small or Large 5s 6d Yard. Hose the famous Laurson we still have Tocks. Hose Black silk Lovely silk a Cost Price special 5s 6d. Hose Black All Cotton fast Dye 2s pair. A Hose Black All Cotton extra spliced heels and toes 2s 6d. Hose Black Cotton and Wool bib for boys 2s 1 old pair. Flags flags flags of All Allied nations. Welcome the Prince in the right manner by purchasing your flags at Monty s. Shipping intelligence. Tobt of Albany. Arrivals. June 19. Dimboola s.a., from the Eastern states. June 21. Eucla s.e., from Fremantle. Departures. June 19. Dimboola ., for Fremantle. Items. . Swordsman Uander c. E. H. White and Tattoo . Roberts ire due to arrive at Albany to Morrow from Sydney. They will await the arrival of . Renown which will be under their escort when enters the Harbor on wednesday next at noon. The state Steamer Eucla arrived from Fremantle on monday morning. She berthed at the town jetty and is timed to sail for Eucla via ports to Day at 1 .-railway department agents. The Aberdeen liner euripides 14,947 tons homeward bound left Melbourne at la On saturday. She is due to arrive at Albany at Daylight to Morrow to land and take on passengers and Load 200 tons of Coal from Mcilwraith Mceacharn and cd s hulks. The Melbourne Co s interstate Steamer Dimboola arrived from the Eastern states at 6 On saturday. She berthed at the town jetty where landed 360 tons of cargo and sailed for Fremantle at 4 . The dim Bola is due to sail from the River port in route to the Eastern states to Morrow at noon and is due to arrive at Albany on Friday after noon to pick up 600 tons of cargo for Melbourne and and co., agents. The Ben Bilmes is due to arrive on or about saturday to Bunker 300 tons of Coal from Mcilwraith Mceacharn Aud Ico s hulks. The Tuscan Prince is due to arrive Here of monday to lift 300 tons of Bunker Coal from the Adelaide Co s hulks. The Aberdeen liner Miltiades 8,000 tons sailed from London on june 5 for Australia via the Cape. She is due to arrive at Albany about the Middle of july to land Vasseni ers and mails. Dalgety and cd agents. Huddart Parker and co s interstate liner Zealandia left Fremantle for Sydney at 1.35 . On ral urd in. The White liner Ceramic from the Eastern states arrived off Rott nest on monday for orders but did not attempt to enter Fremantle Harbor. Mcilwraith Mceacharn and co s i interstate liner Katoomba is due at Fremantle to Day from Sydney. " i australian natives association meeting of the Albany Branch. After an interval of several weeks j during Whiteb the Niep intr lapsed the local Brauch of the australian natives association held their fortnightly meet Long last wednesday Over which the vice presidents. Or. Albert Bruce pre sided. The attendance was particularly Good. In Danec with a notice of motion member Barnett moved that members by levied Al the rate of one Penny per week such Levy to to used entirely As an extra for j the he pointed out that the Branch had Boen almost dead for weeks past because there Lind icon no 1 secret any and if appeared that no one would take the position with any de Gree of enthusiasm at the present rate of Rymun ration. The wort to be done j by a conscientious 6eeretary was heavy j and even with the proposed increase he Felt that a Secretary was being invade quaely rewarded for his services. I however if members saw their Way i Clear to pass the motion there was a i past Secretary who had done Good work who would be prepared to do the work. The motion was seconded by member f. E. Thomas and supported by Mem Bers Boyle Garter and Smith. The motion on being put to the meeting was carried unanimously. Member Hitcher then nominated member t. B. Wirt h for the position of Secretary the nomination being secon ded by member Smith. There being to other nomination the vice president expressed the appreciation. Of the Branch that or. Wertli had decided to do the secretarial work again and Felt that . Matters would continue to flourish. Or. Wirth briefly responded. Member Cuddihy moved that in future the meetings be held on each alternate wednesday. Seconded by member Jackson and carried. A discussion then took place on matters of general interest to Mem Bers among which was the manner in which surplus funds Are invested. Arising out of this discussion it was decided to get particulars of invest ments of these funds. Ways and Means of financing were also brought under the notice of members and with the Rosy prospects in View the Branch should soon be rivalling the position held in by gone Days. After general routine business the meeting closed. Tim is the test the test of time is what tells the tale. A new Broom sweeps clean but if it Wear Well is what interests most. The Public soon finds ont when misrepresentations Are made and Merit alone will stand the test of time. Peo ple appreciate Merit and years ago local people endorsed Doan s backache kidney pills they do so still. Would a Man make the statement which Fol lows unless convinced that the article was just As represent Edi a cure that lasts is the kind that every sufferer from kidney ills is looking Fer. Mrs. G. E. Dennis Carew Street a tanning says i think it my duty to say for the Benefit of All who suffer from backache or any other symptom of kidney trouble that i have found Noi Hiing so effectual for these ailments a Doan s backache kidney pills. My kidneys were disordered for a Long time and this caused my Back to ache fearfully and i could not stoop with out Sharp shooting pains striking Nie across the loins. I was also troubled with urinary disorder dizzy attacks and Lily legs and Ankles swelled considerably. Before i got Doan s Back ache kidney pills i tried Nauy reme Dies but none of them did me any Good. Doan s pills however worked wonders the first couple of bottles gave me Relief and eight bottles of the pills cured me completely. To further prove the genuineness of this grand remedy i May add that it is 12 months since 1 was cured und i have been free of kidney trouble All that four years later or. Dennis says my wife has no return of her old complaint 6ince Doan s backache kid boy pills cured her five years Doan s backache kidney pills Are sold by All chemists and storekeepers at 2/9 per bottle or will be posted on receipt of Price by Foster Mcglellan oo.,it3 Murray Street Teeth. But be sure you get Doans 3 mexican villainy. A message from Mexico City says it is reported that general Villa ordered the execution of 300 women Camp Fol Lowers attached to the government for Tes. It is understood that Villa Cap tured the women and that one attempted to assassinate him. The Bandit being unable to determine which was Hie guilty no bad them All shot. I meteorological reports j the government meteorological observer at Albany supplies the following information of temperatures and rain fall for Albany june i june 20 june 21 june 22 temperature Bain Max. Min. Pts. 60.0 42.0 62.0 51.0 2 61.8 52.0 33 62.2 49.0 3 forecast. Perth tuesday j except for a Shower or two in. The extreme South West and along the South coast generally Fine for the present South West to South East winds. Ocean Bough weather from the Leeuwin across the bight and eastward to new zealand established 1888. Wednesday june 23, 1920. Cibccmstakce6, for which the War is mainly responsible have combined to delay the establishment of a Fede ral capital for Australia but the obligation to proceed with the undertaking has its origin in the Federal compact and cannot be totally ignored even though the financial Outlook be in kind. The of government de clares Section 125 of the australian Constitution act signed by Queen Vic Toria on july 9, 1900, shall by deter mined by parliament and shall be within territory which shall have been granted to or acquired by the common wealth and shall be vested in and be Long to the Commonwealth and shall by in the state of new South Wales and be Distant not less than one Hun dred Miles from Sydney. That provi Sion was agreed to at the preliminary conventions where one of the obstacles to federation was the rivalry Between Sydney and Melbourne on this very Point. Neither City would acquiesce to the other being made the Perman ent of government and ultimately a Compromise was reached whereby Melbourne was to remain the Centre of executive authority until such time As an up to Date capital could be founded on new South Wales territory. So it was that this arrangement found a place in the Constitution. For several years after the establishment of the Commonwealth nothing was done about the matter of the capital save that members of parliament would periodically make expeditions to various Likely places to inspect Sites. There was at the time no Little criticism Over the Cost of these expeditions but when at last the Beautiful bite in the District of Yass Canberra was decided upon Australia began to take a real interest in the scheme. This interest was heightened in 1911 when the australian government issued a memorandum inaugurating a world wide Competition for plans for the new Federal capital. A year later the first prize was won by an american architect or. Walter b. Griffin of Chicago and a year later still the foundation Stone was Laid by lord Denman the then governor Gene ral amidst great rejoicing whilst the new City was formally named Canberra by lady Denman. Since then the sum of about �2,000,000 has been spent on Canberra on roads water Supply and laying ont the land but apart from the Boya military College the Beyal naval College and a few other Public buildings already established in Federal territory Canberra is still Only a City on paper. The Onset of the War in 1914, of course upset Many calculations. With Public expenditure go ing up by leaps and Bounds there was everywhere a very Strong tendency to curtail All disbursements save those that were absolutely necessary. The work at Canberra was continued but it partook much More of the nature of marking time than of pushing the project toward an Early realisation of or. Griffin s great scheme. Public interest in the matter was revived in 1917 when an agitation a started to abandon the scheme Amend the Constitution and declare Sydney the Federal Capi Tal. The proposal was however too drastic in character to permit of its adoption and the authors of it soon found it discreet to modify their Atti tude. Soon after followed the forma Tion in new South Wales of the Federal capital Leai Ruc which ultimately approached the Federal government with a offer to provide three million pounds for the completion of or. Grif Fin s plans. Beyond a sympathetic ministerial reply nothing tangible resulted from the move. Now twelve months later evidence is forthcoming of a Recrudescence of interest in the subject. As is Only natural it arises in new South Wales again and on this occasion activity has developed among representatives of the Mother state in the Federal parliament. One result of this was a private interview with the prime minister in Sydney on Fri Day. Or. Hughes is reported to have replied of the occasion that he had very great sympathy with Tho object of the deputation. The government was committed to the scheme enunciated by him when making his policy speech at Bendigo. Financial clip mics were Cento just now but he would Lay the request before Cabinet and hoped to be Nolc to make an Carly and definite announcement. The. Attitude adopted by the prime minister is one that will i be widely approved throughout austra Lia with the exception probably of Victoria. The present rime May not ? be the most favourable from a financial Point of View to take up the project but the provision of the Federal Capi Tal is a obligation imposed by Hie Constitution and although Melbourne May by satisfied with existing arrange ments the remainder of the common wealth has no reason to be. In the making of Canberra moreover returned soldiers might be Given fitting pm Playa sent. With such a work in band at any rate there would be less Chance of further Folly in attempts the make impossible naval bases. Local and general hews women s service meeting of Ute women s service Guild will take place on thursday afternoon in St. John s Hall at 3j80 o clock. All women Are cordially invited. Renown sports per sons interested in the question of & sports meeting daring the a. Renown Are requested to at tend a meeting at the town Hall coun Eil chamber to night at 8 o clock. Fallen soldiers com Mittee appointed to arrange for the erection of the fallen soldiers me i Morial has accepted the tender of or. J. A. Hartmann. Tenders for the " work were invited throughout the state and or. Hartmann s of �450 was the lowest. The time limit placed on the completion of the Monument is nine months. Bible eve. Alex. Crow will continue his course of addresses on the Book of revelation at the mid week service in the presbyterian Church to Morrow evening at 7.30. Considerable interest is being taken in these studies and each meeting has an increased attendance on the previous one. The subject for to mor Rev re to tire in til fat an file " returned soldiers free chief traffic manager of the a. Has wired to the Secre tary of the Albany sub Branch to the following effect returned sol Diers on presentation of discharge badge will be. Permitted to travel free to Perth up to and including july 9. This Means country soldiers must com plete their return journey on that dance to the fact i that the visit of . By Kwijo to j Albany has been postponed till after has been to Fremantle and that the destroyers swordsman and Tattoo will not arrive until saturday the Daucci in course of arrangement forthe entertainment of the officers has been abandoned. The thanks of the committee Are tendered to these ladies who had so kindly volunteered to Helpin the arrangements. Oyster suppers at the strand Ful stocks of fresh native to hand. I ? Way to reduce evidence before the prices commission i Adelaide the accountant for Donald sons ltd., drapers said he considered that prices would go higher locally and he based that on purchases ahead. On private information from England he believed that prices were at top in great Britain. The Public could Force profits Down by discrimination in buy ing at the cheapest shops and Patrict ing buying when prices were considered too High. If the Public bought less goods the shops would have to sell their i Wes Ralian Farmers . W. Harper and j. Mather the direct
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