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COUNTRY LETTERS. (From our own correspondents.) VASSE, May 26th. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

COUNTRY LETTERS, (From our own correspondents.) ' VASSE, May 26th. ! The efforts made here to assist the Irish Famine Belief Fund have been eminently suc- cessful. Upwards of £60 is the result of the collection, which is a large amount, when the poverty and scattered distribution of the popula- tion is taken into consideration. The following amounts have been banded to the chairman of the local committee1; Bev< H. W. Brown: per Mr. J. G. Thomson^£5 12s. 6d. ; do.,(2nd list), £7 2s. 6d. ; do. Miss Moriarty, £3 Us. 6d. ; do. Mr. C. Layman, £1 ; do. Mrs. Lockhart, £2 14s. 6d. ;do. M. J. Bovell. £1; do. Miss Gillman, £1 8s. 4<L ; do., (2nd list), 12s. 6tL f doTMrs. , Abbey, 2s. 9d. ; do. Mr. Cross, £15s. 6d. ; do. Mr¿ H. W. Brown, 6s. 9d. ; do., (2nd liât), £2 2s. 6d. rdo.-Mrs. Gale, £3 12s.- fld.rdo.~ Mr. Fletcher,£l 2s. 6d.;do. Mr. J. Fox,£l 10s.; do, (2nd list), £1 6s. 6d. ; do. Mr. J. G. Beynolds, £1 6s. ; do. Mr. W. Bramwell, £1 10s. ; do. Mewett, 8s. 6d. ; do...

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THE STOCK RETURNS FOR 1879. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

THE STOCK EETUENS FOE 1879. HAVING been permitted to inspect "the sheep returns furnished to the COLONIAL TEKA SUEEE for the purpose of ascertaining the amounts due from respective sheep-owners under the Scab-in-Sheep Ordinance, we are in a position to show with approximate correctness, what was the increase of our sheep stock in 1879 upon the numbers returned for the previous year. . "Upon the accuracy of'the police Teturns it is useless to depend. This is conclusively shown by the very different results obtained from this source, as compared with those derived from the information furnished for the purposes of the Scab Act, the sub- stantial correctness of which we may safely assume; The owner has every induce- ment to keep within the mark in making his returns under the Scab Act, seeing that .-should he overstate his actual numbers an increased payment is the result ; while at the same time the inspection and ihe fear of fine and punishment, act as whole- some checks to prevent ,...

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CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

r CITY COUNCIL. ï A special mooting of the City Council wai held on Friday last, the 28th ultimo, the Acting Chairman providing. The meeting was convened mainly for the purpose of revising the muncipal by-lawi, or, rather framing new ones, for it appears the present by-laws have been inoperative for tome time past, gome of them being inconsistent with, or repugnant to, the provisions of the; existing Munoipalities Act. Notwithstanding the importance of the object for whieh the meeting was called, there waa but a meagre attendance of councillors. Tarons. The following tenders for cutting a drain in Short Street - were received and opened ; Mr. Michael Murphy, £39 10s ; Mr. Patrick McDonald, £35; Mr. H. Balaam, £35; Mr. Joseph Cross, £20 7s; Mr. J.B. Mews, £41 12s. 6d. CB. STONB said that for his own part he in- tended opposing the acceptance by the Coun- cil of any of these tenders, and he did so upon principle. He would have opposed the motion for calling for tenders for the work in...

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OCCASIONAL NOTES. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

OCCASIONAL NOTES. LOCAL A2ÍI> GMNMRAL. WE commence today the publication of the saleB of last season's West Australian wool. The publica- tion of theiss sales will he continued In future issues, and we should be obliged if shippers would forward their cata- logue», in order that the lists we give may be complete. IN our Albany correspondent's letter, pub- lished in our iBSue of the 6th Hay, an error appeared which we are asked to correot. The letter stated that Mr. Clifton had appointed his son-in-law as local agent for the F. & O. Company. Sir. John F. T. Hassell ia the gentleman who was actually appointed,-a brother of the late agent's sons, in-law, Messrs, A. T. and A. G. Hassell. A COBBEBPONDENT enquires whether it is true that the Government, after calling for tenders from persons willing to convey maus and passengers between Northam and York in a/bur-tcfootsd conveyance, gave the contract to a tenderer who offered to convey these maus in a tKO-ichtcUr. Our correspon...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 1 June 1880

£6,000 of Merchandise, &c. &c. JAMES MORRISON, Has received instruction from MESSRS. BARKER & GULL, to offer for sale by PUB- LIC AUCTION at the GUILDFORD EX- CHANGE on THURSDAY, JULY 22nd and ¡FOLLOWING DAYS, a large assortment ef Merchandise consisting of Groceries, Oilmen's Stores, Drapery, Men's Clothing, Boats and Shoes, Ironmongery, Agricultural Implements, Tea, Sugar, Flour, Wheat, Oats, Barley and sundry other goods too numerons to particularise. N.B.-The above goods are the surplus beyond the £6000 worth advertised for sale with the business. TERMS LIBERAL. TIME OF SiLE-ll O'CLOCK. , JAMES MORRISON, I t , Auctioneer. I .Guildford, April 14th, 1880. For Sale or to let. FOB SALE. THE house and premises belonging to, and now occupied by Sir Luke Leake. Possession can be given not later than the 1st June next. For particulars as to price, etc., apply to the Proprietor. Perth, 8th March, 1880. FOB SALE. A FULL-SIZED BILLIARD TABLE, with all requisites. Fo...

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LOCAL TELEGRAM. GERALDTON, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 4 June 1880

^ LOCAL TELEGBAM. GEBALDTOÎT, June l.¡ . ''Arifle inátcb took place here and at. Guild-, ford today, between eight of Geraldton and the aambinumber of Guildfordians. ° The conditions of thc;CQÜtost were. that the firing - should take place simultaneously at Geraldton and at Guild- ford ; ten shots each at 200,300, and '400 yards. The aggregate score of pur local team was 697.

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INTER-COLONIAL. THE KELLY GANG. MELBOURNE, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 4 June 1880

INTERCOLONIAL. THE KELLY GANG. MELBOURNE, May 31.           Increased activity is prevailing among the police at Benalla, and strong efforts will shortly be made to capture the Kelly gang.            

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MRS. BOLDT. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 4 June 1880

MES. BOLDT. Ia'our.laBt 'issue we published a letter'from our Albany correspondent» in which he men- tioned that the ship Moorburg, having on board the nww justly celebrated Mrs. 'Boldt, had called in at King George's Sound. The Moor bargu expected at Fremantle before long; and we understand that when she arrives in port, a very pleasing duty will devolve upon His Ex cellenoy the Go vernor. The National Shipwreck Belief Society of New South Wales have re- quested Sir William Robinson to publicly present Mrs. Boldt, ou behalt ot the society, with a silver medal in îeiognitioii of har huioic con- duelan mvigaMng the ship Moorhurg into Moreton Bay, hist October, undoi most difficult and trying circumstances. The particulars ef the act of bravery per- formed by Mrs. Boldt may not perhaps be known to all our readers. The Moorhurg put into Brisbane in distress, last October, and gave particulars of her voyage from China to Queens-' land, which disclose an exceptionally terrible view ¡ of ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 4 June 1880

TBLNITY. .CHURCH, PERTH. THE Rev1. JOSEPH ODGERS ^ill (D.VOi 4 preach next Sunday, morning and evening. Evening Subject: Life'* Earnestness. Service at 11 a.m., and 7 p.m. S

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OCCASIONAL NOTES. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 4 June 1880

OCCASIONAL NOTES. ,%Ù,f>Ç4L AND GENERAL. NEWS was received by telegram oh Wed- nesday from Esperance Bay that the ship* Bàtoe Basai, laden'-with sugar from Java to Melbourne, and thirty odd days out, waa stranded on Inshore island> opposite Twin Peak and notfar from Tagner Bay. The Batoe Basai bad 300 tons of sugar on board, besides 3000! cocoannts, rice, and spirits. Telegrams were received at Albany stating that she urgently required" assistance, and in all pro- bability would become a total wreck. There were twenty ,two persons on shore, including three fe- males ' (Malays). The Malay crew were all sick, and two had recently died. These ship-wrecked persons had food and water in abundance, the vessel'was close to the mainland, with six feet of water in ker hold, and exposed only to weather from the South' East. The assistance required was that of another vessel and crew to get the ship off if possible, and tie Eesident at Albany tele- graphed to the , Government that the Ag...

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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 4 June 1880

-rr B a SPECIAL AÍÍNOUJí(ÍEAENÍt. '' The WEST}' AUSTBALIAN is toihy issued in an enlarged'firm, which hereafter will be^tJie. size of the paper. It will still le issued '' twice Ka weele, on Tuesdays and Fridays, and to subscribers the price ' neill remain as heretofore, namely 5s. per Quarter, or £1 per annum.J The names of all those, not ¡already , on our subscription listy to>Aoho>»' v the WEST AUSTRALIJJn* Ce- ntered or¡fbrioardedfi-oin,this date, will be retained on otir'looks,-unles8 WE receive a notification requesting^ m ta discontinue'sending the paper. THE PBOPBIETOßS. ' t *'June 1st, 1880. ' ^ ' -; ' - 1 i ' - ,'i / i_

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LONDON WOOL SALES. PRICES OF WEST AUSTBALIAN CONSIGNMENTS, EX " ROBEBT MORRISON." [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 4 June 1880

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LONDOIT WOOL SALES. PBICES OF WEST AUSTBALIAN CONSIGN- MENTS, EX " ROBEBT MORRISON? In addition to the quotations-which we were enabled! to make in our last,'we hare been farored with the following partioulare of prices realised by other West Alistaban consignments, at the Lon- don wool sales* in March last. ?> . ' MMBBB.W.D. Moo«4Co.: Y. k Co.-3d bales, sconred and combing, Is. llfd. ; 16 do., do., Is. lljd. ; 3 bales scouredlamb. Is.Sä,: 2bales lockst Is.3d.; 1 bale combing (damaged), Is. lid. ; 3 balee lamb pt blk., llt£ J. k D. 8.-33 tales scoured combing, 2s. Oid. ; 6 bales'pcs. part fleece, ls.9d.; Shales scoured locks, pt. black. Is. 4d. Yuiae-22 bales, sconred combing. Is. lOJd. ; 30 do., do., Is. lOJd. ; 12 do., do., Is. lOid. '; 1 bale sed. skin and locks, 9d. ; 17 bales Jsed combing, dmgd. Is. 8d. ; 3 bales greasy lamb, lOjd. S. AM. over Mardie.-26 bales sod. combing» Is. lQjd ; 23 do., do. Is. 9)d. ; 9 do., do., Is. 9$d. ¡ '6 bales sod, pieces...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 4 June 1880

Births/Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTH.     GUGERI.-At Perth on the 22nd April, the wife of P.A. GUGERI, Esa., J.P., of a son. MARRIAGE.     LENNARD-BROUN.-On Thursday, the 13th   of May, at St. Peter's Church, Beverley, by the Rev. F. Lynch, EDWARD GEORGE, only son of EDMUND BARRETT LENNARD, Esq., JP:, to EMILY FANNY ANN, eldest daughter of JAMES WILLIAM BROUN, of Avondale Park, Beverley. CAREY-HESTER-On the 26th instant, at Blackwood Park by the Rev. H.Purnell, -HENRY STUART, eldest son of T. C. CAREY, of Caryscot, Bunbury, to LOUISE KATHERINE, fourth daughter of E. G. HESTER, of Blackwood Park, Blackwood." EGERTON-WARBURTON - HESTER.-On the'26th inst.," by the Rev. H..Furnell; AUGUSTUS EGERTON-WABBURTON, fourth son of G. E. EGER TON-WARBURTON, of St Werburgh's, to FANNY AUGUSTA, third daughter of E. G. HESTER, of Blackwood Park.

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THE NOVELIST. A RUSSIAN KING LEAR. [From the German of Ivan Turgenjev.] (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 4 June 1880

THE NOVELIST. A RUSSIAN KING 1ÜAB. TFrom the German of Ivan Turgenjev.] (Continued.) Souvenir, who had been drinking pretty freely throughout the breakfast, suddenly got up from his chair, pointed with his finger at Martin Petrovitch, and broke into hoarse and contemptuous laughter, while his face glowed red as a beetroot. " Generous iman !" he cried, " we shall see whether his generosity is to his taste, when he-G-od's pious servant-is turned out, with bare back, into the snow-" ""What do you mean, you fool?" shouted Charlov, angrily. " Fool ! fool !" went on Souvenir, " God in heaven only knows which of us two is the bigger fool ! Look here, little brother, you brought my sister, and your wife, to the graveyard-and for your evil deeds you are now burying yourself ! Ha, ha, ha !" " How dare you insult our revered bene- factor ?" cried Sljotkin, springing forward, and posing before Souvenir in a threaten- ing attitude. "Do you know that weare prepared, if our benefactor so wishes it...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS.] BRITISH AND FOREIGN. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN v. EIGHTEEN OF ROCHDALE LONDON, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 4 June 1880

?SMS! TELEGRAM NEWS, lA8SQÇ[LAy$p#B£3S<} ¡ 3^PI8H AÎÏD FOKEIGN. wilT A VI l'A'i í.m:¿..ili:^J {)\MÏ!MM.; .ii: AUSTÄALIAN ELEVEN v. EIGHTEEN Lu« ,,;iitó!,.-.'0»iBO©iEDA!LB!''!{ f*^- ' uueil L-./ji)ij.vuiii Jf-.-iit >.«* j»"J= iJi!i^^r",?!'oo', - jue match, between the. Australian Eleven ural ¡Eighteen 4>£ Boehdale ' was continued today.'Tho<<¡Home1 ^iéámLresumed their iftnifiW.'^d : Wer^'áll put; out for' 98 runs: Tp!;BowIfötf'o^ TmioWMf of'thë-^usfcàlîà^s^Vàs'.vëry ^^lyí^Mmjwf^mt .lnafcb., The 4^Mw»ftiireMr/in »nd.at ,t&e dose of the d^y:ha4:iilost>i»igbtrwioketóifór'¡194 Tuns; ]yi«/}doni^,imad^ the»tópiBCoreof ölai^ wajittliimately put outlt feg before wicket." The weather waa fine, but the attendance »t the match was only moderate. (J»-.iJi«»0 -n:)ii<-<) t<UJ i'l 0¡ ; )/. ii .<??: ¡XËiïfÇQîj ->The cricket match ¡wa« concluded to-day, r^ültfegilt'avictöryfof the Auiffraíians. jfM mmtfm^...

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THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. VIGILANS ET AUDAX PERTH, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1880. WILLIAM EWART GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 4 June 1880

TME VlCtn<A>'8 ET AVDAI TEBTH^miDAY, JVNE 4,1880.' S WILLIAM EWABT GLADSTONE. Ï MB. GLADSTONE, who now once more leads the destinies ,of the great British Empire, and sits in the seat from Which be has just ousted that old antagonist who some years back had similarly ousted him« is undoubt- edly one of the two greatest statesmen of th§ day1; 'the second being, unquestionably, Prince BISMABCK. I I. -' In curious contrast these two men, whose personal influence has been so great, andhas stampeditself soindeliblyupoja the ,history of "their time, moulding events and ruling men by processes so utterly dis- similar. GLADSTONE'S weaknesses are GLAD- STONE'S, strength: BISIÍABCK'S strength is bis hearty contempt for weakness. Where GLADSTONE feels, feels with impassioned earnestness and fervour-BISMASCK calcu- late» and reasons. GLADSTONE is filled witH'the 'enthusiasm of humanity'-BIB MABCK looks upen men as mere machines to further BISMARCK'S ends. No senti- ment, no pity, ...

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COUNTRY LETTERS. (From our own correspondents.) FBEMANTLE, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 4 June 1880

COUNTRY LETTERS. (From our own correspondents.) FBEMANTLE, June 5, ¿The fifty-first anniversary of the colony wa» celebrated here on Tuesday by athletic sports, which were held on what is known as the Barrack Green-an excellent piece of ground for a gam« of cricket. The early part of the day gave very little hope of the sports coming off. Heavy, black, squally-looking clouds drifted up ; the ram fell in torrents, and there was every indication of a thoroughly wet day. But before 11 a.m., the time appointed for the first race to be run, our old friend Sol showed his pleasent face again, and his appearance brightened that of every one. The countenances of the committee^ which had assumed a very gloomy aspect, became at onoe overspread with smiles, clearly expreasing.their gratification at the change, though it really menât to them a day of positive hard work. This com« mittee-which comprised Messrs. W. E. Marmion, G. Parker, R. S. Annear, El Stafford,; B. )W. à Higbam, K. Barnfield, A...

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A NEW LICENSING BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 4 June 1880

« » À KEW IICEÑSIiré BILX. <? 18 -' It Üoiix time ago w,6 gave' particulars'of the EleinentarV^EduSfcfcion* Act; which the New South'WaWGoverûmenthave carried dur- ing the present session pf their parliament. Tv» i.i-:¿ÍLJ.<X# at- u«nir"aj*viii| nave it measure _,_rT._,.__, ich if not equally importent, ->,will, nevertheless, if passed, prove of\ very>great advantage to the community at large, The measure to which-*'ire refer, is a newXicensing Bill, whíchrejiealsthé old Licensing Act,together with'the mass1 of amending Acts that rhave subsequently from time to time been^pass ed7 I^mhod^f in^i.Bimpleform their many provisions, ai'd establishes"'1 certain-' new principles in regard to the tíceueing and in- spection of pubhc houses, the application of Which are l&ely i&effect very' substantial &oodm the future. t ' , j .nothing'can be ,of more importance to .a èommunity than "its method of regulating the'sale of spirituous liquors. P...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 4 June 1880

To Capitalists and Sheep-owners requiring Coast Buns. VALUABLE and EXTENSIVE FREE. HOLD ESTATES in COCKBURN 80UND, WESTERN AUSTRALIA. MB. JAMES MORRISON bas received instructions to offer for sale by publie auction, at tbe Freemasons' Hotel, in Perth, on Friday, the 25th day of June, 1880, at half-past 7 for 8 o'clock in thAJiepjng, jn the following orjrachjother Loti dt Lot äs may be determined upon at tbe time of.sale, and subject to ¡conditions to be then-produced: LOT I.-AU that tract piece or parcel of Istttti "containing 7280 acres or thereabouts, portion of " Cockburn Sound Location No. 16." and being the North-west corner of that part of the said Location which belongs to Mi.'thomas Peel. This lot bas a breadth and frontage on the West io these* of about 2 miles and ex- tends back eastwardly about six and one úéarter' miles. LOr 2-AU that other tract piece or {arcel of land also portion of the said " Cock urn Sound Location No. 16," and being tbe South-west corner of that pa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 4 June 1880

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