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LOCAL TELEGRAMS. YORK. December 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 December 1882

LOCAL TELEGRAMS. York, December 15. Three French settlers — Taupin .and his 3on and Lequipe — who had lost their way Ln the bush since Monday, turned up a1-. Mr. Hancock's farm, Beverley. last nitrht. Thev had been reduced to great strait s, and had been obliged to kill their dogs and suck their blood to sustain life. . ' The weather is frightfully hob and oppres sive.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 December 1882

WANTED at onoo a GOOD BOY for our Sale Room. COURTHOPE & CO. December 16, 1882. X-ER 'HELENA MBNA.' NEW CONSIGNMENT OF TENNENT'S BEER. TENNENT'S ALE, in quarts, do. do , in piuts, do. do., in buds, (balk) do. STOUT, in quarts, do. *do.? in hhds. (bhlk). Early orders solicited. COUKTHOPE & CO. Perth. October 2, 1882. LIGHT! LIGHT! LIGHT! NOW on hand, a few cases LIG.HT OF THE AGE. Price, 24s per case.-— E. K. COURTHOPK, Hay Street, erth July 25, 18S2. ADVANCES ON WOOL,'PEARL SHELLS, &c. ? — — — - EDWARD KAf COURTHOPE, PERTH and COSSACK, is prepared to make LIBERAL CASH . ADVANCES, to Squatters aud Pearlers, FREE OF INTEREST, on Wool, Pearl Shells, &c, placed in his hands for sale in the Colonies or London. November 13, 1882. TnTsT 'I T A I I,' E T C. FLOUR, Household POLL A LID BttAN . HAY, Sown and Meadow CHAFF, bust SODA CRYSTALS. EDWD. KAY COURTHOPR, Perth. September 21, 1832. PHCENIX FIRE OFFICE, Lombard ^tkeet and Chakikq Ckoss, LONDON. Establishe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 December 1882

t. Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £33, or f For .£50. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished For £46, or For £63, or For £34. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished For £95, or For £152, oi For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which, will be forwarded Post Free on application. 6 Q » a i £ i H - H 0 0Q ? . SMITH & Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes/ Mantelpieces, Slonldiugs, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN ? » Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. PICTURE FRAMERS. ert i CO o 0 PICTURES Mounted, STEETCHED, ^' AND FRAMED. CARPETS MADE. SMITH & CO., Cabinet Makers. SMITH & CO. DOOHS, SASHES, ^HO JP FITTINGS. AHiB MAWELHECES. CARPETS MADE « i D - § w ^ s — H '_? Q ^ 3 - ^ -ji - — - SB p^* [?] o ? SMITH & CO., Household...

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SHIPPING. PUBLIC SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 December 1882

SHIPPING. PUBLIC SHIPPlNa TELEGRAMS. ALBANY.— Sailed : Pec. 15, 3-15 p.m., Macedon, s., f -r Fremautle,.via Yasse, etc. PORT ADELAIDE.— Arrived: Dec. 15, Kebroyd, bq., from Freinauble. Sailed : Dec. 15, Joliba, bq., for Fremautle. VASSE. — Arrived : Dec. 15, 11 p.m., Otway, s., from Albany; Sailed : Dec. 16, 1-25 a.m., Obway, s., for Bunbury. BUNBURY. — Arrived: Dec. 16, 4-20 a.m., Obway, b., from Vasse. Sailed : Dec. 16, 6*10 a.m., Obway, s., for Fretnautle. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The barque Kebroyd is reported to have arrived at Port Adelaide, after a, smart pas sage of ten days from Fremanble. The eteunship Obwny, from Albany, with, mails fr; 'in the Eastern colonies, will reach tVie wharf at Frem anile probably about three o'clock this afternoon. The mails may be expected to be forwarded to town by the 3*30 up-train. The e. Maced m left Albany ab a quarter past five o'clock yesbeiday afternoon, and will be due at Fremantle early to-morrow. She brings a large complement of pas s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 December 1882

ONE THOUSAND two HUNDRED PAIRS OF LADIES' BOOTS ''SHOES WILL BE OPENED ON » SATURDAY AT THE Cm BOOT i SHOE WAREHOUSE. WILLIAM ST., PERTH, AND AT ME BRANCH ESTABLISHMENT HENRY ST., FREMANTLTB. 4. S. CHRISTIE, PROPRIETOR. Dec. 14, 1882. ir O N S. BEURTEAUX, JJ9L . Surgeon Dentist, HAY STREET, PEKTH. Has returned from the E stern Dis tricts, and rimy be consulted at his Rooms as usual. Hours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. f '? Perth, December 16, 1882.

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ANTHONY TROLLOPE AND LOUIS BLANC. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 December 1882

ANTHONY TE0LL0PE AND LOUIS BLAi\C. The past few days have witnessed the i-losing scenes of the lives o? t-vo ??elebrili s in th.3 world of politics and litera'urs^ We allude, to Anthony Trollope and Louis i Blanc, the outlines of whose career, stived I shortly, cannot fail to be perused wiih ! int«resb. Anthony Troulope -was tho second son of Mr. T. A. Trollope, barrister-at-'.a.v, whose wife was the well-known autho.ess ; he was born about the year 1815, and w- s edu ated at Winchester and at Harrow. It was while he -was studyiug ab Winches*^*, we belie* e, he formed the friendship o+' the late Mr. Edward Wilson Landoi', whose guest he remained during his visit to Perth some ten years ago. It is said that while at, school Trollope and Lander former! a re markably warm attachment for each other, and that their principal associate was none ; other than Mr. Edward (now 'Vsiouui) Cardwell, for some time Secretary of S a' e f.ir the Colonies. For many years Mr. L'rollope held an appoint...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 December 1882

THE MAILS. Due at G.P.O., Perth : — Prom England, &c : Dei:. 2iJ and Jan. 6. Prom Eastern colonies, Dec. 10— per E..M.S. Kaisari Hind and s. Mocerlon. Despatched from G.P.O., Perth: — For England, &c, Dec. 23 and Jan. 6. For Eastern Colonies, Doc. 29 and Jan. 12.

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LADY BARKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 December 1882

LADY BARKER. We clip the following from the ' Mercan tile Record and Commercial Gazette,' pub lished at the Mauritius on the 31st October : ' We are sorry to say that Lady Barker is on the point of leaving our Island, and it is sbill the more regrettable inasmuch as ib is on account of ill-health. The loss to Mau ritius society will be serious. What is most valuable in social meetings is the presence of learned and accomplished ladies ; they are its greatest ornaments. Lady Barker's endeavours, assisted by a committee of ladies, Lady Naz, Mrs. de Chazal, Mrs. Fer guson, and Mrs. Mure, to promote the high er education of youug ladies, were most op portune and laudable, and we are happy to say to a certain extent successful. If Ko drigups has made a step in the science of socia life, it is due to Lady Barker's pre sence on that island. Lady Barker will nlso be missed by visitors to Reduib, where her affability and agreeable mannets have given that tone which is the charm of all social...

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The Daily News. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 December 1882

'^A?uSdTs','1-ECEMBBR 16, 1882. It has come to our knowledge that at the dinner given by the people of Geraldton in honor of Governor- Bar lee, and which was presided over bv the member for the district (Mr. MaitLind Brown), the usual toast of Her Majesty's Representative was omitted from its accustomed place. ?If we were not assured of this on most exceptional testimony we could scarce ly believe that it could have occurred in loyal Western Australia, and, in order that its import &hall not be misrepresented, we hasten to suggest the circumstances under which such a gross impropriety has occurred. The only reason that wo can imagine is that a very small clique, of not more than two persons, were deter mined to purposely pay disrespect to His Excellency Sir William Robinson, and the qnestion naturally arises, for what reason. Is it for some act of maladministration ; for some negli gence of duty ; for some wilful act of inisgoverntue.it? We think not. On j the contrary, it i...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 December 1882

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE WEATHEK. Sir, — I was highly amused, highly amused indeed, in reading the other day in the Inquirer that the suns' rays had reached the extreme ranges of 194 degrees ! Strol ling on the jetty the same evening I began to think there was a little truth in the as sertion, when I saw a *ery large number of boys and- men counteracting the influences of a close, sultry evening by a dip in the *' noble Swan ' It was with considerable satisfaction I read Mr. Clifton's contradic tion, for as I am about to try to induce a few of my relatives in the old country to make Western Australia their future home, among other things I send home copies of the local journals for their delietation, and I have no wish to make them think that the climate of Western Australia, though at times pretty warm, is al all equal in tem perature to that of a BOILING CRAB. Perth, Dec. 15. [We may as well state here that the paragraph to whicn our correspondent draws attention was based upon ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 December 1882

TEEMS FOB ADVERTISING IN THE' ;] . DAILY .SEWi-. . For advertisements relating to servants ^ tr tradesmen wanted or wanting1 engage ments, and leases to let or for sale, a charge . ? vftwo shillings only will be made for ail notices not exceeding 4 lines, and 3d. for ' each additional lino for the first inpertion ; 1 one-half rate for each subsequent in sertion. Other advertisements not exceed- I ing 8 lines, 3s. 6d., and 3d. each additional - line, ono-thir-1 rat© only for subsequent i insertions. Reduced rates, by speoial or- | xangemeat, for advertisements appearing ( for three months and upwards. | ? ♦ ? l PRICE ONE PENNY. WILL be published in Perth EVERT | AFTERNOON, and forwarded to BubaoribofB by the earliest convenience. Oopws may bo had from the undermen tioned ageute :- ^ 3 p pordbam- Fremantlo ... ^ Mr. R. Birch. Guildford ? Master Sainsbury. iX^tle . -. Mr. R. Meares.: NortSS .' Mr. G. Throssell. York '''... - Mr. Joseph Pyte. Vwae ... Mr. A. RoBseloty ?Ruifburv ' . -. M...

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POLICE NEWS. PERTH : SATURDAY, Dec. 16. (Before Mr. Leake, Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 December 1882

POLICE NEWS, PERTH : SATURDAY, Dec. 16. (Before Mr. Leake, Police Magistrate.) Jane Cable, a deeropid-looking old woman, was charged with vagrancy. After pat.ienr ~v listening to her pitiful tale, His Worship i. i charged her. A married couple, named Cartwright, were summoned for having used obscene lan guage on the previous day within the hear ing of the public. \ P. C. Payne deposed : Shortly before one o'clock on Friday moruing I heard a great disburbance ab the defendant's house. I got up and went out, when I found thab Mr. Ley. a neighbour, had also been disturii ed by the row. The defendants, who W3re in their own house, were evidently .qnairel ling, and e ich of them was shouting out the most abominably vile and obsi-eue lan guage at the top of their voices. He listen ed until the Town Hall clock chimed a quar ter past one, when he knocked at the door. At that time tue man was evidently beating his wife, and when I knocked I judged from what I heard that he was trying to stif...

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TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 December 1882

T U K J!'. JV U i' /!/' S . BY A J.OTJT. Ltist night tho enbries for t'io various e-vents of the January Racei were received nt the United Service Tavern Hotel, from ciyrht till ten o'clock. A great number of persons interested in the Races lie ot drop ping in and out .during the eveuiu g, and the general drift of the conversation was of the Turf, horsey. But little reliable news, however, was to bo gathered from -the fragmentary and Bomewhat desultory conversation indulged in — the majority of the visitors being apparently more bent upon quenching an almost illimitable thirst, provoked by tho eulty heat of the weather, than upm varing to excite themselves to a still higher temperature by discussing the merits or demerits of tho various horses. I gathered, he wa -er, that the general opinion is that Belle M hone has been overweighted in the Selling Race, and therefore will not stand 'a ghost of chance.' The liate were closed sharp at ten o'clock, and through the kindness of the cour...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 December 1882

GREAT CHRISTMAS 8ALE. WEDNESDAY NEXT. COURTHOPE, . &? CO. will sell by Public Auction, at thoir Mart, Hay Street, on WEDNESDAY, 20th \Dkcbmbbr, 1882, 50 cases Bass' Ale and Stout, quarts and pints 10 cases Tennants' Stout 20 „ Hennessy's Brandy 10 „ Islay Blend Whiskey 20 „ Red Heart Rum 10 „ Currants 20 ,. prime Hams 2 cwfc. Lemon Peel ' -? - 1 case Christmas Cossagnes 1 „ Chriatmas Cards . ALSO— 12 tons White and Yellow Crystal Sugar, now landing ex ' Star Queen.' 20 half-chests, Tea ex ' Iris.' ALSO— Duffleld's superBne Flour Bran, Pollard, &c., &c, -fec. SALE AT NOON. TERMS LIBERAL. The attention of Publicans t Storekeepers, and consumers generally is solicited to this favourable opportunity of laying in sup plies for the approaching festive seasoti. WANTED at once a GOOD BOY for our Sale Room. COURTHOPE & CO. Deoembar 15,1882. T-BR 'HELENA. MBNA.' KEW CONSIGNMENT OF TBNNENT'S BEER. TENNENT'S ALE, in quarts, do. do., in pints, do. do., in hhds. (b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 December 1882

1 ' '.-/, ' ???? rY ??? a^ Tvinpt'. TVTsilrp'f1^ IP'PPTiftTi 'Prtlis'hP'PS mo TTtilifll^fiPi^P'PQ Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £33, or I For .£50. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished For £46, or ??:*' For £63, or For £84. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished. For £95, or For £152, oi- . For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. lo I! Sd H IH - I w o § QQ Blonldiiigs, Skirtings^ Architraves, Shop Connters, and Shop Fittings. 7 ^ FURNiTUREWAREHOUSEMEN ? » ? ? Mattrasses} Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. » — PICTURE FRAMERS. ?a h ?* L J I ? : g O 03 o 0 V9 PIPTURES I Mounted, STEETCHED, FRAMED, CARPETS IV1ADE. t DOORS, SASHES, © H O JE* FITTINGS, HABTELPBCR CARPETS MADE ?« g N Q [?] SMITH & CO., Household Furniture, Bedding, Picture Frame...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED—DECEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 December 1882

SHIPPING. PORT OP FREMANTLE. ARRIVED — December 16. OTWAY, steatper, Moon, from Albany, via intermediate outports. Passengers — From Albany: Sir Luke Leake, Dr. and Mrs. Holmes, Mr.' and Mrs. Archer, Mr. and Mrs. Young, Messrs. Meyers, J. deC. Hillman ; and three steerage. From Vasse : Miss Prinsep. From Bunbury : Misses Iiefroy (3), Miss Coinpton, Miss Burns, Master Lefroy, and Messrs. Bateman and Heslop. December 17. MACEDON, steamer, 826 tons, John Craig, from Melbourne -ttli inst., Port Ade laide 9th inst., and .King George's Sound, 15th. instant. Passengers : From Mel bourne : Mesdames Craig, Edwards, Grant and three children, Misaes Edwards and Payne, Messrs. A. E. Anderson, James Edgar, W. Edwards, MeKenzie Grant, J. T. Monger ; and two in the steerage. From Adelaide : Mesdames H. Dixon, Clark and child, Messrs. Lewis Bateman, William Bateman, G. H. Cotton, H. B. Harrison, M. H. Isaacs, J. G. Sims, and J. W. Wright, Masters Clark and Dixon ; and forty-three in the steerage. F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 December 1882

JUST OPINED, ONE -T W O HUNDRED PAIRS OF LADIES' AT THE Cm BOOT k SHOE WAREHOUSE, WILLIAM ST., PERTH, AND AT f BE BRANCIl ESTABLISHMENT HENRY ST., FKEMANTLE. J. S., CHRISTIE, PROPRIETOR. Dec. 18,1882. MO N S. BEURTEAUX, StjROEON Dentist, ?HAY STREET, PERTH. HaB roturned from the E-.atern Dis triota, and may be consulted at his Rooms as usual. Hours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Perth, December 16, 1882. FOR SALE.— Perth Town Lot E 80, corner gi'ant, containing a two-rooin cottage, and well of good water. Partly - fenced. For price and particulars apply to nf ABSALOM RUSS, ?» ? on the premises.

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POLICE COURT. PERTH : MONDAY, December 18. (Before Mr. Leake, P.M. and Colonel Angelo, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 December 1882

POLICE COURT. PERTH : MONDAY, December 18. (Before Mr. Leake, P.M. and Colonel Angelo, J.P.) '?'... Chum Chum, an aboriginal, who confessed that he hod been drunk on Saturday nighfc, was dismissed, as he had been locked up since then. Mary Quinlan, another aboriginal, denied that she was drunk on last Saturday even ing. The arresting constable, however, Bwore that she tumbled down three times in the street, being unable to walk. Dis charged. \ William Browne pleaded guilty to having been drunk and disorderly on the previous . Saturday evening. As there was not any , conviction recorded againBt him this yeac he was dismissed with a caution. Jane Cable acknowledged that she had been drunk on Saturday evening. She* said she was quite destitute; and had no ? where to go, adding, ' You told me to see Mr. Dale, but I could'nt fliid him.' \ Mr Leake : Then go arid see him now. Margaret MolynedjtCxr' admitted having behaved in a disorderly manner on Saturday night, in Murray Street, , by sh...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 December 1882

THE MAILS. Due at O.P.O., Perth : — From England, Ao. : Dec. 23 and Jan. 6. From Eastern colonies, Dec. 30 and Jan. 13. Despatched from. G.P.O., Perth: — For England, &c, Dec. 23 and Jan. 6. For Eastern Colonies, Dec. 20, 29; and Jan. 12.

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JOINT STOCK COMPANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 December 1882

JOINT STOCK COMPANIES. ?'??;' Sib,— Your issue of the 13th instant states that ' a question has arisen (in New South. 'Wales) whether Joint Stock Companies ' registered in one colony, anddoinc business in another colony, should notalsoboregis ' tered under the provisions of the statutes ' in form in such colony ;' and the article adds, with reference to the West Australian Steamship Company, registered in South Australia, with a Directorate in this colony, that ' In order to give the Company a locus ' standi in this colony we submit that ifa ' should be registered under the provisions ' of the 22nd Vic. No. 6.' This very point has been decided adversely to your view by a case appealed hence to the Privy Council, 'Bateman v. Service'— reported in the Law Reports 6 Appeal Coses - 386.— Yours, , G. W. LEAKE.

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