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PERTH BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 December 1882

PERTH BUILDING SOCIETY. The Annual.Meeting of this most .useful Society; established 'especially for the benefit of the working classes, was held in tho Town Hall on Tuesday evenirier, the 19th instant. The President -'(Mr. .George'^Glyde, -JiP.i M.L.C.,) occupied the chair, when the following,,c;very . satisfactory^BeportsS were read and:adopted:by-thelshareholdersc: — 1 ; Perth Benefit BuinDiNG^lNVESTMENT, j and Loan Society (Permanent.)*.' ' ' i ?'???? v''; Annttaii BeportI *''''- '''' 1. — The Directors, in presenting this 20th Annual Beport jfor vthe information of the shareholdersT have pleasure in stating fcKat the; (business -of the Society* :^has made favorable progress during the year just closed —152 new investing shares, of- jBIOO each, haye been taken up, and fixed deposits figure largely in the year's receipts-; showing very clearly that the public have every confidence in the stability and careful management of the Society. . . .. . . . 2; — Bef erring to Bule 8, whic...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 December 1882

' y THE 'DAILY NEW8,r ,,,.',,'... ;v^!' rg HE ?' DAILY NEWS'? will, pot be pub- r ?*- '- lishcdL on either, Christ nias -. Day or Boxing Day. J' ' ''^ ;'..: . ^.fl:;'

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BICYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 December 1882

BICYCLING. . Sir, — A paragraph appearing in',, the i Daily News of yesterday, if you will allow' me a short space in your valuable paper,*'! will hasten to contradict. It, Aa nf-nfwi ?'*«?? ?effect, that ' a serious, if not fatal,' ac cident i was nearly caused last Monday Evening, through the practice indulged in by Bome cyclists riding the streets on their machines after dark, without lights,, etc.' Tho serious (?) accident happened just op posite the Royal Hotel, about dusk. A gentleman was riding his horse homewards, and a cyclist was meeting him riding up hill against a strong southerly wind, and there-r fore at a very slow pace (not, as stated in the paragraph referred to, at full speed) ; the horse seeing the cyclist approaching when at about 20 yards off (which certainly shows it was dark) began to jump about in a restive manner — what some would call playing-up a little ; when the cyclist passed on his proper side. Strange to say, the horse stood still, and the, rider perh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 December 1882

rpO-NIGHT!^3J g^'TO-NIGHin ? .GUILDFOED ? :. , . Tho GUrLDFOBD DBAMATIC CLUI?V will nmlru their second appeatance in iht» Mechanics' Hall, Guildford, on SATUB DA'Y,.£the 23rd of December, when the \ laughable Sketch, « THE , THEATBICAL AGE15,iW;i ^vill^ be.-produced for^.the first . \ rtime 'inijAuBti-aiia/ito be followed ibyi-SongS; ? ? and Diftwgnes by the whole Companyj' -%?? ...v| Doors onen at 7.JJO : nlnv to oomuaence at'.

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CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, December 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 December 1882

CABLE TELEGRAMS. (ASSOCIATED PEE8S TEIiEQRAMB.) LONDON, December 20. Tne Times, alluding to the paper read at the Colonial Institute by Sir F. Dillon Bell, the Agent-General for New Zealand, and the correspondence of the newspapers which followed, in reference to the security given by the Australian colonies for their national debts, expressed itsconviction'that Austra lia's creditors have no, reason. for entertain ing misgivings as to trie increasing indebted ness of, the colonies ; but says the real question' is whether the colonies are not pre paring' serious trouble for themselves by mortgaging their'prospective incomes to the heavy oxtenfc they are now doing. AraW Pasha' and' the other leaderB of . the late Egyptian, rebellion embark for Ceylon on Christmas' Day. Tho Austrian Government is doing its ut most, by 'pacific declarations, and represen tations as.to the existence of a- good under standing between Austria and' Russia, in order to allay public agitation, and the appreh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHRISTMAS NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 December 1882

CHRISTMAS NIGHT. It will be seen by tne pi-ogramme appear ing below that the Bifie .Band purpose affording an un\isual musical treat in the Public Gardens on the evening of Christmas Day. As the programme is composed wholly of sacred numbers, there canuot possibly be anything in the Panel's perform ance calculated to wound the feelings of the luost snsceptiMe. As there ;s o very appear ance of our haviug fine weather for our festiv ities, we doubt not the Gan-ons will be well patronised on this occasion. The following, is the programme : — March ... S.Michael ... Rouud. Fantasia ... Tho Itevival ... Linter. Infci'Odnciiiff tho iollo^vins : Work, for tho Niphb is coming Shall we {jathor ut t'r* Eivcr? — Go, Bury thy Sorrow- To tto AVork -.Joy in. *.'. Sorrow The Great Physician — Prayer of the Piiithful JPrnised be our God. Choral ... Angels' Hymn ... Haydn. Christmas Anthem ... Christians Awake t Processional March ... The Monks ... Mozait Fantasia ... Itomir-iscences of Moody and S...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE, December 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 December 1882

INTERCOLONIAL^ -\ TELEGBAMS;' - * AisEtAiDB, ?December 22.' Mklbottbne, December 22. The jury in the Hawthorn railway acci dent have returned a verdict of man slaughter against Thompson, the station maatar, and Hunt, the guard on the special train. The Victorian Parliament haa been ad journed until February 13. ; Stdkey, December 22. ', The result of the parliamentary elections gives an overwhelming majority for the Opposition. sentenced to death for murder, was found by a jury of matrons to be eneiente. William Burns, a seaman on board the Douglas, has been sentenced to death for the murder of the second mate of that ressel.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 December 1882

NEW YEAR'S NIGHT ! COURTHOPE & CO. have received iu Btructiono to soil by auction, at their Mart, Hay Street, the house and premiseB known as the PERTH TOWN LOT Y 7, situated in Roe Street, now in the occupa tion of S. M. Stout. This*' property is admirably situated for » privoto residence or for business purposes, and has erected upon it a new substan tially built house, with bii rooms and out buildings. There are two wells of excellent water on the property, from which is obtained the best water procurable in that part of Perth. The property will be SOLD IN FIVE LOTS, and to persons desirous of securing a really valuable ' block this is an oppor tunity rarely to be met with for doing so. SALE AT 8 P.M. TERMS VERY LIBERAL. ? a_ ? i ? . ? VALUABLE PERTH AND YORK TOWN LOTS. /'1OURTHOPE & 00. are favored with \J instructions to sell at their Mart, on MONDAY, let JANUARY, 1883, all those valuable Perth Town Lots, centrally situated, about 200 yards from Perth Rail way S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 December 1882

[?] Three-room Cottage Furnished: k ' ' ????- ' 'For £19, or ?'- — r^ £ For £33, or , : M -.?..''3-\- For £50: , ^v;: Had for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which Borill be forwarded Post Free on application. - Four-room Cottage Furnished 'l For £46, or i .'.^.-????- \r- ; For£63,.or :;. ,:....? '. ..,.-.? ?;3r: '' . '*??' For;£84. . .. ,;-.;,:?. /.;;;]. Bend, for detailed Furniture Catalogue, whioh will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-rbom Cottage Furnished ????--'-??—??? For £95, or-- ' ? r' !'.. :\'..:. .. v For £152, or ; ;: ^ For £202. ; Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, wMeli , , will be forwarded Post Free on application. toj I * ft « H 9 Moral diags, Skirtings, Architraves, Stop €©®iters, aid Shop Fitiiags. CARPETS PLANMD, LAID & MADE. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN - ? '?- ♦i-' — — f ? ? *' Mattrasses, Pklliasses,' SPRING BEOS, COUCHES. * ,. ? '? . : ? * ' ? ? * ? - - . FRENCH' POLISHERS' ?? ? ?? ??;??- ';?????''? ' ♦ — - ,; '? -?-:? .? GAHVBI1 £S 9 f PICTURE...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED—DECEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 December 1882

SHIPPING. .PORTOP FBBMANTLE.--:.' ABBIVED— December, 22. : BELLE OF BUNBUBY, sohooneiy Millar, from Bunbury. ELIZA, BLANCHE, brig, 171 tons, James Nash, from Singapore, ,lat (, ult. Pearse and Owston, agents. ,.-.;' nM ??'''?' December 23. .-???., QT WAY, steamer, Moon, from Geraldton. Passengers — Mr. and Mrs. Shenton, Messrs. M. Brown, Brockmau, Moir, Broadhurst; and Sewell, and Messrs. Tomkin and Scott: and ten others, in the second cabin and steerage. . . . .; ? -.' SAILED — December. 22. AMUR, barque, H. O'Grady, for Beagle Bay. , Cargo— Sheep and horses. ' ' ? PUBLIC SHIPPING TELEGRAMS, ALBANY,— Arrived : DecJ'23, ^I ? ajm^ Maoedon, s., from Fremantle. ' ' »ff; iriSCELLANEOTJS SHIPPING, s*' The brig Eliza Blanche arrived in Gage's Boada last night, after a tedious passage of fifty daya from Singapore. The lates'tdatSs by this vessel are October 30 ; consequently the market adviceB by her have long^since beea anticipated by the mails.- '*' ;,' ;. ':'.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 December 1882

CHRlSptiAS 1 1 1 Ttf addition to Saturday's Xinaa' ; Sales, for JL the convenience of my customers, and the public generally,* I have arranged to OFBN MY SHOP, for the sale and delivery of fresh, moat, 'poultry, &c, freshly dressed, oa GHEISTMAS MORNING, up tiU 10 o'clock. , ? J. W. WOOD. Hify St^Dec. 22. GB8HttS-nE8BIB'inD8EW YBAMI1 GIFTS AT' MENKENS', HAY STREET. XMA.8 AND NEW YEAR CARDS AT REDUCED PRICES AT Menkens' Hay Street. fSSST The establishment will be open from 7 o'clock a.m. to 9 o'clock p.m., daily, during Christmas and New Year Weeks, and until 10 o'clock (or later) on Saturday evening nest. ;' i A call respectfully solioited. ; ' -*?'? ' H, G. MENKENS. Hay. Street, (opposite Mr. J. Summers'.) Dee. 19.

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The Daily News. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 December 1882

The Daily News. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1882. Amid peace and plenty we hail the   approach, of Christmas—the great     Christian Festival upon which we commemorate the birth of Him Who came to free captive manhood from the chains of iniquity and the bonds of despair, and to teach fallen human- ity the law of the Loud, in the keeping of which there is great reward.         Nearly nineteen hundred years ago,   while shepherds watched their flocks   by night, all seated on the ground, the miraculous event occurred — What sudden blaze of song Spreds o'er the expanse of Heaven   In waves of light it thrills along,   The angelic signal given— " Glory to God !" From yonder central fire Flows out the echoing lay beyond the starry [quire;   Like circles widening round Upon a clear blue river, Orb after orb the wondrous sound Is echoed on f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 December 1882

rf TERMS* FOR , ADVERTISING . IN .THE . ' fclJ4ff'-'traJc{esWenLf-wa,itecl'or '??Wantjnfgr:.enj*age^ ^{'ttepi/and' teaseB'ttVleK or for sale«a [GOOtfr ?? ;'? -^two^shHliings'T onli wiJI;Ve; inadfe !,foi- all f notices noV ekiieeding'Mt'lirieX &nd Bar for; ^'&chl additional* ling for ijhe'-firsfc'in&efftibn.;. , one-half rate for^ each .8ubsequent'in-,(i Bortion. Other afltrePfciBemerits nWexceed-v' ing 8 line§r.38TT6d:;/a;tLd*3d;.ea^h additional, ;, line, one-^h'iri r^,te^ bnlyjfor- subsequent ; insertions. Reducecf rates, by, special ar- j_ r- '? 'xangementV^for1 ' advertiseLnents-appeariQg '''' for three1 ni'orifchs'and upwards1.' ! ' -- I ?: ' ??;;:..- \Ui Ufa,--' r j v .,:v.-- iv, ^ ? ; i -M .... , ??:: - ? ' ? 0j ? ? :- ' ^PR/CE ONE PENNY, t JSib Jo .?: i _! ? WILL be-published in -Perth EVERY ' 'AFTERNOON, and forwarded to r: 'subscribers by the earliest convenience. x , Copies may be had from the underinen o'utionda ageate:- j.F.Pordham. , i riFremantl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 December 1882

EDWAKD GIBBS; CANNING. ' t:' ?'??'? ?^?^???'V'-~^W-.i ..?;.. TpIRSiWOOD of every\leacription deliver X? '''l! ed in *Perth''1:at'-'the lowest uiarkot pr.ee. ..X-j.vrjvi.isi

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THE CANNING ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 December 1882

THE CANNING 'ROAD. ?»? ? ? ' ? Sib, — The love which we,' Englishmen have for sport, especially in matters equine, impelled me yesterday to wend my 'way to the Canninsr to witness the annual races = but, sir, I have, since vowed -that if races were to take place at the Canning every day in the week from now until dooms day -I will never again attempt to witness them.- A more execrable piece of read, or more uncomfortable bit of driving, it bos never been my riot [to expe rience. Cannot something' be done to remedy this state of affairs? To put, the matter in a yery mild way, I am of opinion that it is quite time that a move was. made by those who live at the Canning, 6r'w 1. o are interested in the traffic along this' road, to indict those who .are responsible ,-f or-Tt his wretched stabe ef affairs, foi*,, cruelty to animals ! I noticed the Superintendent o£ Roads driving along this road ahead of me yesterday, and judging from' the many remarks I heard from my friends concern ing t...

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TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 December 1882

TURF NOTES. By a Tout. So the Canning Rases are all over — well, I c in only ' say that I never before saw a more pleasant-tempered andbetbor-bchaved crowd assemble to look at such poor racing. The weat'ier fine yet cool, the course fair, the surrouudiog.s pleasant, the horses gond, and yeb the raying was poor. The f.icfc vraj the several iviuuca were too g-od, and simply walked avay from fieir coinpetibors. No very gt-e:it amount of babbiug t nik place on the ground, though siine litblo money was dropped on Whirlwind, who fell miser ably s'io -t of whab his-a-linirors anticipabt.'d he would do. The chief interest in the races lay in the fact that the fancy generally regard them as a criterion for guiding, the r.opinii-ns they formed upon the merits of tlie hordes with refe rence to the onauin'» Metropolitan Races, bub. upon t'lis o-casion the most knowing n'vetallicians cinld nob olit-nn any reliable data upon which tt base their calculations upon ' the;'horsi!S, with the' exceptio...

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THE CANNING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 December 1882

THE CANNING 1}A~CQ,S. Visitors to the CauumgyosterA'TCei'tai'.:- ly had a very fiivJ dav for tlio-ouMng, fie day being bright and clear, while t li 3 extreme warmth of the sun was pleasantly tempered by the coolness ot the refreshing breeze that prevailed throughout'vthe clay. There were four hundred persons iiBsemlilcd on the course to witness the nu-os. and nil behaved with the utmost propriety and decorum during the time of the mjotiug. The first race was the Matukn. 1?l vie. for which Whirlwind was the favourite, 0 to 2 having been laid on him ; bub Lord i'- ifTor.l's horse was too much for thu.bl'ok, and Khiidiru pa?sod the post an ea3.v -winner. Greyhound won the Visitors' without a iy difli'julty, while Mr. GihbsV Dandy carried oft' bobh the SETTiiitus' and 'Canning Stakes; the Ladiks' Porsk f&l.ing ap propriately enough to Belle Ma'iono. Spfiiking of this ga'lanb little animal wo must not forget- to mention, in. totjus of tho severest r« probation, the cruelty rlispl...

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AN UNPAID DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 December 1882

AN UNPAID DEBT. ? The following communication by Baron von Muller, which we think will not be with out interest to the public, has been forwarded to us for publication : — * ''~ From time to time (writes the learned Baron) vague rumours are circulated about our long-lost countryman Dr.' Leiuhhardt, and the inquiries only lately instituted by Mr. Flint, the Superintendent of Telegraphs, also clearly point out that the unfortunate explorer lost his life nob far fnm the* east ern boundary-line of South AusVulia,. close to the tropics. It is to be regDblei that Mr. Flint was unable to trace up the news he received from the natives, o»ving ;to the great scarcity of water. As the' whole of the indicated locality yet remains to be ex plored it would be greatly to the interest ct South Australia to open up new pastuie lands, and at the same time to serve th cause of both' humanity and soienne. ? The numerous settlers in South Australia having largely conbribubed to the present prosperity of...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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PERTH STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 December 1882

PERTH STATION. ' p Weekday Trains (to Fremantle). — Dep. : 9.30 a.m., 11.5 a.m., 2.5 p.m., 4.20 p.m., 7.10 p.m., 11 p.m. To Guildford.— Dep. : 8.20 a.m., 12.5U p.m., 6 p.m. From Fremantle. — ???Arr. : 8.9 a.m.,' 10.54 a.m., 12.39 p.m., 4.9 p.m., 5.49 p.m., 10.49 p.m. From Guildford. — ??Arr. : 9.19 a.m:, 1.54 p.m., 6.59 p.m. Sunday. Trains (to Fremanlle). — Dep.: 2.50 p.m., 9.50 p.m. From Fremantle.- — , irr.: 2.39 p.m., 9.39 p.m., ?

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Daily News. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 December 1882

Wbz ©ai'lp ? 3^eto£* ; THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1882. A more injudicious 'and unpopular appointment than that of, Mr. Fred. A. Hare , to the post, of.. Inspector, of Police, which has iust been rendered vacant by the lamentable death of Mr. O. L;' Howard could not, per haps, have been tnade. The superior position and high salary attached to this post renders 'it one of the best prizes in the Police Department — one which is considered by both the members of the Force and by the public should be filled by an 'ex- perienced officer, who, having ; devoted the best years of his life to constabu lary duty, has proved ^his fitness to occupy such an important position by the ability and zeal which has mark-' ed ; ? his previous ( career. However, instead of allowing promotion in; the Police Department to go by seniority, combined with peculiar individual suitability, the Government haB, by the appointment of Mr. Hare, practi cally decided that the most honour able and lucrative posts in the ...

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