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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS-FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 4 June 1880

SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS-FREMANTLE. June 2nd. - STAR, schooner, C., Scott, from Sharks Bay. Passengers-Mrs. Barnard and Mr.   Jas. Ware.     ^ DEPARTURES.' ;, May 31st.-OTWAY, s.a., C. Levick, for Cham- pion Bay. Passenger«-Dr. Barnett, -Mr. Clayton Mason,' Mr. J. S. Brooking, Mr. J. Palmer, Mr,, R. Palmer, Mr. May, Mr. Parry, Mr. L. 0. Burges, Mr. W» James, Mr. and Mrs. Hayes and children (3), and Mr. Velettie ; also 7 in the steerage. ? .« i ,, June lsfc-THERESA, schooner, W. Reid» for Bunbury., , . ¡ , ¡1st.-LADY DOUGLAS, schooner, Stephen^ fer Champion Bay. - ' > 2nd.-DAÍÍIA, cutter, M. Kelly, for Champion -Bay. ' .it . 2nd.-MYKA, schooner, J. Waldron, for Ban- bury. 2nd.-CITIZEN OF LONDON, schooner, A. L. 'Payne, for Bunbury. ' '- "v VESSELS IN HARBOUR, «I FREMAHTLB. Dolphin, barque, loading piles for New Zealand. T. t R. «arter 4c Co., agents. ' B. J. Spence, barque, loading sleepers for Ade- laide. T.4H. Carter * Co.,iagento. ' , Spina...

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

Goverment Notices.             EASTERN RAILWAY   Department of Public Works               NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN for the in formation of all parties concerned that, in   accordance with the provisions of the Act author   ising the construction of a Railway from Fre- mantle to Guildford (42nd Victoria No. 27) a Bridge is in course of construction over the Swan River at Fremantle, which will give a clear head way of 20 feet. It will therefore be necessary for all Steamers and other Vessels, as soon as the superstructure is fixed to re arrange the Funnels, Masts, etc. as that they can lowered when passing under the said Bridge.   It is expected that the necessity for making this alteration in the Vessels plying on the River will be required in the course of three month...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court-Criminal Sittings. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice and Common Juries.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 4 June 1880

LAW INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court-Criminal Sittings. -ull ii U"W^PÑESDAT, JUNE 2. (Before Si» Sonor the ..Chief Justice' find Cknnmon Juries.) A special sessions of the Supreme Court in r6#'J criminal jurisdiction was commenced on Wednesday last. There were seven cases orr the calendar, embracing two charges of obtain- ing money trader false pretences, one of rape, one of murder, one of horse stealing, one of robbery' froü the person, and one of cattle stealing. .The first case on the calendar was «hit bf William Richardson charged with the murder of an aboriginal native woman at~Cham' pion Bay some months ago: but, in the un- avoidable Jab.ence of Dr. Elliot, /the medical officer at Geraldton, one of the witnesses .for the Crown, the case was postponed until the arrivai of the s.s. Otway from Champion Bay. Tomorrow (Saturday) was therefore fixed for the hearing of this case. , , f¿ y l PlEADE» GüILTY. , ', » WILLIAM PONTT, a colonial prisoner under- going a sentence of two years impr...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 8 June 1880

Watts " Ojj the Mind,": is a mrk of giicit importance^ but'{'-Whafs^on:-: ? ;: ?-?:;'??? ;?'-;.;..': ;-/-?'?- the Feet" is o£gmtè£ ;,;;;;:, '^¡^^^^ BOOTS! BOQTS! BOOTS il.l^BQOTSitt^WppTS;! t ;t r WINTER BOOTS! WINTEE BOOTS!' WINTER BOOTS!. WINTEE BOOTS! ; WINTER BOOTS!,. WINTEE BOOTS! , Just Arrived'. .> WINTER ROOTS'!' WINTER BOOTS!' WINTER BOOTS'! * ;WINTEE'! BOOTS.-'!.: WINTEE BOOTS !.' aWINTEE-. BOOTS .!.. WINTEE BOOTS! . WINTEE BOOTS ! .'WINTER BOOTS ! ; .WINTEE BOOTS'!--: .WINTEE BOOTS!-:, WINTER BOOTS! ,OF:iEVEEY DESCRIPTION.' OF EVERY: DESCRIPTION. ,OF.EVERY DESCEIPTION. . OF' EVERY' DESCRIPTION; ' OF.'.'EVERY DESCRIPTÏON. OF EVERY DESCEIPTION; \ TO SUIT |ALL CLASSES/ * TO SSUÎT ALL. CLASSES. ; i TO; SUIT, AL U.CIASSÈS. ' i TO:SUIT:iALL GLASSES, J 1 TO :SUIT ALL CLASSES.?.? . TO'SUIT; ALL CLASSES. 'THe undersigned beg to announce, that ¡tli.ey have just received, à iiii'GE'añdYÁRiED.^ip.-"'''.' mentof Ladiesîj Gents', and Childrens' Boots, suitable' fdf.tfié :\y7nter¿Sea...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 8 June 1880

Births, Marriages, and Deaths.   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., J.P., 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. Purnell, AUGUSTUS EGERTON-WARBURTON, 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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INTER-COLONIAL. DEPARTMENTAL CHANGES. ADELAIDE, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 8 June 1880

IMTÏR-COLONIAL. DEPARTMENTAL CHANGES. APXLAIDS, Jane 5. It is intended to abolish the department of the Engineerot Harbours and Jetties. The Publie Works Department will in future take the construction and maintenance of those works in band, and the Marine Board the dredging operations. A BANK STUCK UP. STDHET, June 4. Three men stuck up the Bank at Querindi on Wednesday night, and robbed it of Ü486. The robbers bave not yet been taken.

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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 8 June 1880

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. The WEST AUSTRALIAN is' today issued ¡in «i* enlarged for-nt, r which hereafter willie "tlte size of thepaper, J ¡It witt still he issued . 'hvice a week, on Tuesdays 'and Fridays, and to subscribers the price will remain as heretofore, namely 6s per quarter, or £1 per annum. Tlie names of all those, not already' ' on our subscription list, to whom , the WEST AUSTRALIAN is de livered or forwarded from this date, will le retained on our books, unless we receive a notification requesting tis to discontinue sending the paper. TEE PROPRIETORS. June 1st, 1880.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS.] BRITISH AND FOREIGN. THE RADICALS AND SIR BARTLE [?]FRERE. London, June 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 8 June 1880

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PJtMSS.] BEITI8H ANDJOBKIGN. THE RADICALS AND SIR BABTLE |FBBBB. Lovnov, June~2nd. The Radicals ire dissatisfied with the at titude of, the Government towards 3ir Bartle Irere,;ihe Governor of the Cane, and High Commissioner.for South Africa, andaré eigniug another memorial for his immédiate tecali: ' Mr. Gladstone evidently hopes Sir Bertie Frere will relieve the Ministry from their dilemma by resigning. Upon the question of Recall, the Cabinet ii divided. THE GOYEBNM1NT AND CTPBUS. ; - LONDO», June 2nd. Mr. ¡Gladstone, in reply to a question in the jfouse of Commons yesterday, stated that the Government will adhere to the convention entered into by England with Turkey with regard to the posssession of Cyprus and the protectorate of Asia Minor. Thu| announcement has still further in- creased the displeasure of the Badicals. ¡THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. Lojrnosr, June 2nd. The fifth match of the Australian team in England commenced at Keighley to-dej, : agai...

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OCCASIONAL NOTES. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 8 June 1880

OCCASIONAL NOTES. LOCAL Aim GENERAL. A coBBEBPOiiiENT suggests that in those cases of rape and indecent assault, which occas- ionally disgrace onr criminal annals, it wooli be a very great improvement, if, daring the exami- nation of the principal witness, the Court were cleared of the general public. Why (asks onr cor- respondent) should young children, or modest girls -or married women, forthat matter, be obliged, in addition to the fearful outrage they have received, to undergo the only less painful ordeal of relating the details before a gaping crowd of men and boya ? Our correpondent says he could not help asking this question during the examination of the little girl Emily Campbell in the Supreme Court on Thursday last. An outrage of the most atrocious ^character was perpetrated on this poor child "of seven or eight years, and in order to farther the tends of justice she had, of course, to be examined before the judge and jury. Bat why need the chdd have been called on to face...

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CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 8 June 1880

CITY OOUNÜIL. The ordinary monthly meeting of the City Conn-1 eil was held in the Town Hall on Friday evening, I the 4th inst., the Acting Chairman (Cr. Smith) j ¡ presiding, and the following councillors being pre I sent-Messrs. Backsbell, Stone, Vincent, Wal | dock. Letch, Jewell, Sholl, and Summers. OVXBDBAFT. A comparison of the bankbook and the cash j book showed the amount of the overdraft at the | end of last month to have been ¿162 14a. 104, COMPLAINT re ABSMSKKNTB. A letter was received from Mr. W. Knight oom . plaining of the amount of assessment levied upon bis allotments under Mount Elba, and asking for ; a reduction of tin» same. Besolved-That Mr. Knight be written to and informed that the time prescribed by the Act for ! making objections to the rates levied by the Ccuncu, having elapsed, the Council had no power to deal wth his application. ACCOUNTS PASSSD FOB PATXBNT. The following accounts, certified as being cor- rect were passed for payment-: F. Dearden, £20 1SB.J...

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GUILDFORD MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 8 June 1880

GUILDFORD MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The monthly meeting of the councillors «I this ' municipality was held on Thursday evening, 8r4 inst. Present: Messrs. Wheatley, Chester« Hooley, Allpike, Morrison, and Harper. Mr. Hooley, who, as senior member of the Council, has been discharging the duties of th« chair, tendered his resignation, stating that V pressure of private business would prevent bisa- ' from giving municipal matters that attention / which, as chairman, it was his duty to do. Mr, Morrison was therefore voted to the chair, and read the minutes of last meeting, which were con» firmed. Nsw COCNCIWOB. i Mr. Harper took the required oath as a oona» > cillor. i, Accoxnrrs PASSED; > The following aocounts were passed for pay- ment :-W. McGlew, for crane, £35 ; W. Jones, 6s. t i West Australia*, advertising, 16s. fid. : D. Elliott. 2s.4d.: W. Langridge, 8s.; S.H.Parker, Als.; Total £3914s. . > COBBKBPONOIHCI. A letter was read from the Swan Beads Board, ( who refused to carry on...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 8 June 1880

SHIPPING NEWS. AEEIVALS-FEEMANTLE. - June.3.-SA 01 WAT, a Lovick, from Cham pion Bay. Passengers-Mr. Hodge, Mr. Oooper, Dr. ElUot, Miss Cowan, Miss Gray, Miss Woods, ^Mrs, McCarthy'; and 12mthè steerage.- : 2 Same day.-AMUR,'baique/ H.'O Grady, from Mauritius, _ _ -~ DEPAETUEES. ~ June 6.-s.S. O.TWAY, C. Lovick, for Albany. Passengers-Mr, Chas. Harvest, Mr. Parsons, Mr, Mockford, Mr. J. E. Mockford, Miss Bracken, Mr, Newton, Mr. Short, Mr. Hodge, Mr. Chas. Dearden, M, A. G. Eosaer : and IO in the steerage.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 8 June 1880

STRAYED STOCK. STRAYED to my paddock, one bay PONEY, about 13 hands lugh ; aged ; white star in forehead, and white stieak clown face ; branded X on near ribs , swish, tail. The owner can havo the same on paying expenses of advertis- ing and keep. « , JOHN SPENCER, Canning, May 10th. r POUNDED in the Northam pound on tho 5th inst., one dark bay FILLY j black points, star m forehead , about 14 hand's high ; no brand or mark visible. If not claimed in the time allowed by law will be sold to defray expenses. r C. PAYNE, PoundKoepei. Northam, M<iy 5th, 18S0. SAS been running with my horses lor some time, and now in my paddock, one black RE, branded T G ou near shoulder, with bell on, branded WWB, no other bland or mark visible. Also, on bay FILLY, about 2V yeais old, no brand or mark visible. If not claimed will be sold to defray ex- penses. W. SPENCER, , .Biookland. Blackwood, May 14, 1880. [9s 6d. FOUND on my land, and now m my pad- dock, one bay GELDING ; 15 handsj, white ...

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THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. VIGILANS ET AUDAX PERTH, TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1880. MAYOR AND ALDERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 8 June 1880

THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. i "VIGILAÎTS ET AUDAX PERTB,MkrïESDAYt OU2O 8,1880. '"'ÏAYOÏAIÎD ASETSMEÍ? Oír the first' o£ this month we published a report or" a special meeting of the ' City » Council, at which Mr. Councillor STOSTE ex " pressed an opinion that the time had arriv- ed when the, City.of £erth should be raised to the dignity of a fu]l blown corporation, with its mayor, and its aldermen. To-day we publish further proceedings in reference to this matter-. We quite agree with Mr. Councillor STOKE in the opinión that, ' every other capital city in these colonies" having assumed the, proportions of a " full-blown" .corporation, there is really no reason why ithe capital city of Western Australia should not follow so perfectly respectable an ex- ample. We did not at first, however, ap prenend that it was a question of very .great importance wnether the officials of the .city corporation were styled Chairman and Councillors, or, Mayor and Aldermen. We .thought that the one designatio...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 8 June 1880

Steam to Albany, via Bunbury and Vasse, with the Second Fortnightly JUNE English Mails. m HE s.S. I ROB ROY, ksails as above, on MONDAY, June 14, at 2 p.m. JAMES LILLY & CO., Agents. Fremantle, June 2,1880. Steam from Adelaide to Albany Vasse, Bunbury, Fremantle, and Champion Bay. THE «.s. OTWAY will be des- patched from Adelaide, in .accordance with the above as un- der :-TUESDAY. June 22nd. JAMES LILLY & CO., _.. Agents, Fremantle, June 2,1880. Steam to Champion Bay. mHE s.S. ROB ROY will be -1- despatched, as above. .TOMORROW MORNING, (Wednesday), at 7-30. JAMES LILLY & CO., ^Fremantle, June 5th, 1880. SPECIAL NOTICE. r ["N consequence of the BOB ROT'S detention at Al- bany, through weather, her .ailing is unavoidably altered to TO-MOR- ROW MORNING (Wednesday) at 7-30. JAMES LILLY & CO., Agents. Fremantle, June 7th, 1880. To Capitalists and Sheep-owners requiring Coast Buns. VALUABLE and EXTENSIVE FREE HOLD ESTATES in COCKBURN SOUND, WESTERN AUSTRA...

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 8 June 1880

VESSELS IN HARBOUR. FBEMÁNTEE. Spinaway, barque, loading sandalwood ' for Shanghai; J. & W. Bateman, agents. Dolphin, barque, loading piles for New Zealand; Carter & Co., Agents. < ' ' ' ' E, J. Spence, barque, loading timber for Ade- laide; Carter <L Co., Agents. Amur, barque, just arrived from Mauritius with sugar; Marmion & Co., Agents. Signal, barque, just arrived from Adelade with general cargo; J. McCleery, Agent. Mary, brig, loading sandalwood for Shanghai; Carter &Cot, Agents. * . j ' ; > / ' ' , i' h i /' Argos, brig, in ballast' for Sydney, this day; J. McCleery, Agent., , Laughing Wave, bound for Mauritius with horses ; Messrs. Bateman, Agents. Clarence Packet, schooner, for Port Walcott;' Belle of Bunbury, schooner, for Bunbury; early, lone, schooner, for Bunbury; early. Star, sehr., for Bunbury; discharging guano. Willie,' sehr,, for Bunbury ;' discharging wheat,*1 Harriet, sehr., for Bunbury; discharging wheat. T...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 8 June 1880

''í"!' ,.:::OoTerniiient Notices.: Í.!ii.-»""'.,j''','..'^'.: :"/'""' ...?- ?'?- .? ' ?^.y-..,;-..,".v. /^EASTEÄRÄILWAT. y1.',1" 1"''''" ; Department of Public Works. .. r".'!': "'?' ?'.'. P<wi7t,;7i?iiW>ritar2/, 1SS0. NOTICE IS-HEREBY GIVEN for the in Ji('fbriiiatiön! of all parties concerned that, in Bcc&dance. with" the provisions of the-Act author- ising' the '"construction of a Railway from Fre inamlejto.Guildford' (42nd Victoria' No. 27) a Briggë.^s^n'cpiu^èof'coiistruction over the Swan River ajb. Fremantle, which will give a clear head wayjo^20;fpei:.'r ; ; ; ; . ; : '' I^wiUjtherefore,be.necessary for all Steamers andnftther-Yessels, ; asi;sppn, as the' superstructure is fixed,: to ¿.so ..arrange, the Funnels, Masts, etc; as that-they ¡canbe lowered, when passing under the-said/Bridge. -..- ??¡?.J ,. ,...;,'.,... It is1 expected jihat the ¡necessity for, making thiSi'altëratibii. in . the Vessels::plying .on¡ the" Rivfcf'will be (required in tho course...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 8 June 1880

* WEST AUSTRALIAN." -a f Tanjan* o 2)AT* TU^SDATB sud FEIDATS. 2f Strife mû«-fMjtrr in iir vûlonv jntLUalied ¿rßester thttv <mtv ti meek. TEEM^OF «TBsCEIPTIWrSs. PTE l¿£AmTJi; Htís. PEE ASXTJL « MATT, NOTICE. The next Outward Mails for the AUSTRALIAN CotONnts, «wriojul, -will be closed on the follow- ing dates, , General Post Office, Saturday, June 5, at 10 a.i». f fremantle, June 5, at 8 .a.m. ; Guildford, Jane 5, at 8 aim. . i t I, < .The »ext outward mails-for. EUEOPE, INDIA, CHUTA, etc.. per Bib Roy, will close astunder : General Post Office, Monday, June 14, at 1\ a.m. ; Fremantle, June 14, at noon ; Guildford, June 14, at 8 a.m. ; York,, June 12, at 0 30 a.m. ; Horthani, Jane 12, At G.M turn. ?; Newcastle, June lût at'10 a.m.; Pinjarrah, June 11, at 6>a.ui. j/ Banbury, June 14, nt 9 p.m. ; Vasse, June 14 at 0 p-.m. ; Victoria Plains, June 12, at 10 p.m. ; Gin ginV June 13, at 3 p.m. The second fortnightly June .mails for the EASTERN COLONIES, , overlan...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court—Criminal Sittings. THURSDAY, JUNE 3. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice and Common Juries.) THURSDAY, JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 8 June 1880

LAW INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court-Criminal Sittings. THURSDAY, JUNE 3. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice and Common Juries.) THUESDAY, JUNE 3. The Court re-assembled this morning, at ten o'clock. BAPS. THOMAS MABTIN, an elderly man, a carpen- ter by trade, was charged with having com- mitted a rape upon the person of a little girl named Emily Campbell, aged eight years, at Perth, on the 17th April last. Mr. Howell defended the prisoner. The details of the trial were revolting in the ex- treme, and quite unfit for publication. The Acting Attorney General, in opening the case, said the prisoner was indicted for the felony of carnally knowing a child of tender years-an offence whieh he was ha^ppy to say was of rare occurrence, so far at any rate as they were presented before tho Supreme Court of the colony. Whether or not such, offences really did exist to any extent among, a certain class of the community, he (the leal ned coun- sel) was happily ignorant. The pro leontrix in this case...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

ARRIVALS-FREMANTLE. June 8.-s.S. ROB ROY, Craig, from Albany. Passengers-Masters Moloney (2); Mr. W. J. Hayes : and 10 in the steerage. DEPARTURES. June 8.-BELLE OP BUNBURY, schooner, Stewart, for Bunbury. 9.-s.S. ROB ROY, Craig, for Champion Bay. Passengers-Mr. Habgood, Mrs. Absolon, Miss. Burgess, Mr. Cooper, Dr. Elliot, Mrs. Tapper, and child : and two in the steerage. 9.-IONE, schoouer, Wemyss, for Bunbury.

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