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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

Government Notices. ;; EASTERN RAILWAY. ; Department of Public Worls. 1 Perth, 7th February, 1880. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN for the in .1 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. , I* will therefore be necessary for all Steamers and other Vessels, as soon as the superstructure is fixed, to so arrange the Funnels, Masts, etc. as that they can be 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 frequired in the course of three months from date. h JAS. H. THOMAS, '. f Commissioner of Railway. i, _ " PERTH CATHEDRAL. n 2nd Contract. TfcNDERS are invited for the erection of, '"that portion of the New Cathedral Perth, embracing the whole...

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

VESSELS IN HARBOUR. FREMANTLE. 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 & 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 & Co., Agents. 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 early. Star, sehr., for Bunbury; discharging guano. Willie, sehr., for Bunbury ; discharging wheat. Harriet, sehr., for Bunbury; discharging wheat, ,The Adelaide Observer of May 29 says : " Great anxiety has been felt for the safety of the brig Byron from 1 remantle, Western Australia, which put ...

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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. Tlie WEBT AUSTBALIAN is today issued in an enlarged form, which hereafter will le the size of the paper. It tcill still le issued twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays, and to siibscribcrs the price will remain as heretofore, namely 5s. per quarter, or £1 per annum. The names of all those, not already on our sulscription list, to whom the WEST ATJSTRALIANis de- livered or forwarded from, this date, will he retained on our looks, unless we receive a notification requesting us to discontinue sending the yaner. THE PROPRIETORS. June 1st, 1880.

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A COMPLAINT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

A COMPLAINT. To THE EDITOB or THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. SIE.-May I request that you will, in the inter- ests of fair dealing, be so gtwd as to give publicity to the following particulars of a transaction in which the agents of the local steam company are concerned ? The case is one of such palpable in- justice that a remedy at law would, under ordinary circumstances, be the proper course to pursue. But as I um compelled to leave the colony this day, I am debarred from seeking the relief which 1 otherwise could readily obtain. But perhaps the publicity which you are enabled to give the transaction will do equally well, my only object being to put future intending passengers on their guard, and thus save them from loss similar to that which I have sustained. The loss happens to be inconsiderable in the present instance, but others may be less fortunate, and may also experi- ence, as I have done, the disappointment one can- not but feel, when he finds that he has been mis- taken in his esti...

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OUR ROADS—WHO IS TO BLAME. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

! OUB BOADS-WHO IS TO BLAME. To TH« EDITOB or TUB WEST AUSTBALIAN. Sin.-An article in a recent issue of your paper upon ** The Booda," is, I consider, calculated to leave on erroneous impression in the public mind as to whose fault it is that they have been allow- ed to get into their present disgraceful state. I have been favored by the chairman of the Toodyay Sistrict Board, with the copy of a letter addressed i bim by the Central Committee in January last, which, if lorn not occupying too much of your valuable spaco, I will ask you to publish. It will I think show plainly, that the District Board was relieved of the care of the main line-in any ease the District Board was unable to operate upon the road as no money was paid to its credit until 20th April last. I am not a member of the Roads Board, and would just as soon find fault with it, as with any other, public body which I considered was neglect- ing its duty. Neither is the road any more to me than to my neighbours, scores ...

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MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

ÎÎÎ.'." .'.j!.'"''! Mdtt'WO&CE. .'Thö netfti'Outward1 Mails for the AUSTBAI.7AN CÓIJOIIIKB, overland;' -will1 loo closed on the follow-i ing dates', < '¡" t . ' '' I General Post Office, Saturday,, June 5, at IO ÎiW.'j' Fceuiantle, June 5, at 8 a.m. j Guildford, une 5, at 8 ».pi; i i .(.The^next outward nmijsíor EUBOPJS, INDIA, CHINA, etc.. per Bob Roy, will close as under : ,, Genera} j"ost Office, Monday, June 14, at 111 a^n.; ,F,reuiantle, ^TuneH, at noon;-Guildford,' ¿»ne ,1.4, at 8 ajn.^.York, ,June 12, at 9.30 a.m. ; Sfpftfiaiu, June 12, a|,6,30 a.m. ; newcastle, .June jJ^at.+lO la.nu,; Pjnjairah,.. Junet 11, at 6 a,m. ; Çunbury, June 14, at 9 p.m. ; Vasse, June 14 at 0 mpi.;,Victoria Plains, June 12, at. 10p.m.; Gin- gin, june 13, at 3 p,ni? - jThe .second , fortnightly June mails for the EASTKEN COLONIES, ove» laud, wiU he despatched as follows : , General, Poat Office» Saturday, June 19, at 10 a.m.,; Fremantle, J^une 19, at 8 a.m. ;t Guildford, June'io; a...

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MAIL INDICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

¿"lal.'t.î'i" iMxilL INDICATIONS. ín !.» Jil I '-.li ' ?.??'?? ? ' ' '-. . i r i oA white and, red flag hoisted at the.'Town Hall indicates, the -arrival at Albany of the moil steamer frotn'KiiBocps., j , . . < t,('A Çlue pennant hoisted at the Town.Hall notifies $»eoxriyal at Albany of the. mails from, the EAST KBS.CÓi.ONnts. ',.,., , , ., , i , 'A square red flag, hoisted at the Town Hall ?indi- cates' the arrival of extra-colonial mails at. the GKNEEAL POST OI*ICE. , ' ,,'J ' i.l.tl ill -..'J _. ' _L ' ._ ._ "li_ . . '

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THE LANDLORD IN REPLY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

THE LANDLOBD IN BEPLY. ! iTo THX EOXTOB or THX WIST AUSTRALIAN. SIB,-Your Newcastle correspondent of 31st May, offers through your valuable paper to give gdpd advice to the new landlord of the " Travel- lers Best" at the twelve mue springs-advice which the said landlord is always thankful to receive, if given in a proper spirit. But in what way your correspondent requires the landlord to be more cayil and a«xx>mmodating- he does not state, and as for bounce, I challenge him to prove anything of which he has accused me. As regards my stable, I Challenge him to name any road side inn with larger or more commodious stables than the one at|the "Traveller's Best," in which the stalls are 5 feet 0 inches wide, which I believe is the usual size, one stall not being large enough to hold two working horses. H your correspondent thought soi he should have put his own two horses in one stall in place of mine. I should only be too happy to have the patronage of your correspondent, which migh...

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MAYOR AND ALDERMEN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

MAYOB AND ALDSSHSN. To ran EorroB or nu'Wier AUSTB-UAK. le SIB,-Unfortunately in this colony, there ia an entire absence of public opinion t were it otherwise perhaps you woura bare hesitated in publishing your sub-leader, in last Tuesday's issue, ridiculing the endeavor of the City Council to place the go- verning body of their municipality upon a footing similar to that occupied by governing bodies of institutions of a like nature, in all the other Aus- tralian colonies. ' Were I desirous of adopting the same line of argument as yourself, or of throwing ridieule upon tile institutionf of the colony, I might equally question the necessity of having, in such a small community as this, a full blown Speaker or a Ser- geant at Arms, and I might allow "the field of my mental vision to be filled with the magnificent picture" of the Speaker in his robe and ruffles, the sergeant at arms in his painted billiard cue, and the clerk in his stuff gown, proceeding,-accompanied by a grand retinue...

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COUNTRY LETTERS. (From our own correspondents.) FREMANTLE, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

COUNTRY LETTERS. '{twm'outow» corrupoñ&entt.) lí_Eí-_3ÍTL_Cjune 7. j During tie -night of Thursday last, the wind, - which had been boisterous for some time, in- creased to half a gale, and continued to blow so hard ^thafc those nero who were1 watching the shipping thought it almost certain that many of {he smaller craft anchored na ,the hay would nreak from their moorings and go ashore. But though, some of the vessels dragged, and «little pumping resulted in conséquence, nothing of a serious nature took place on the south Mach. Some ¡eight or nine dingys broke their " paint- ers,'' , and, being driven against the stockade,' were seriously damaged or broken to pieces. The water rose very high during the blow, and the sear sending the waves in with great force, lashed against the jetties, loosening a pile cr two, and carrying away a waling piece here and there. Then, in its foaming violence, as if de- termined on mischief, it mounted the stone abutments of the jetty, ^deposit...

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NORTHAM TABLE TALK. "Let it [?] for tab[?] talk, Then [?] among other things, I shall [?] it." [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

NORTHAM TABLE TALK. J / ! _ ./.< ' ' YXieVft serre fe* toMe talk;.' Thon, hooso'er tjtouepeskast, among- other thing*, ! We have had rather a long spell of dry weather since my lost,- end, on stiff loads, fanners have found it hard work to get on to their satisfaction. On light and fallow lands /however, the weather has been all that could be desired. A huge breadth of land i« already ander crop, and, being early sown, of course is looking well. As I write, rain is agota falling,'and as the glass is lower than it has been for some time, I fancy'we are in for a heavy fall of rain. The season has opened splen- didly, and our farmers, I am happy to say, are taking full advantage of tt Lambing has com- menced on some runs, so far os I con learn, with very good results,' and feed will soon be abundant. 80 that, ©nthewhole, our agricultural and pas- toral prospects are very cheering. .' 1 Notwithstanding the discouraging prices ruling for wheat, our farmers have never been so a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

TRINITY CHURCH, PERTH. THE Rev. JOSEPH ODGERS will (D.V.)( preach next Sunday, morning and evening Evening Subject : Wliat is Religion / Service at 11 a.m., and 7 p.m. FOREIGN TELEGRAMS. Owing to an interruption of communication on the overland line, our usual budget oftele-^ graphic news has not reached us.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

STRAYED STOCK. STRAYED to my paddock, one bay PONEY, about 13 hands high ; aged ; White star in forehead, and White streak down face, branded X on neat ribs"; swish tail. The owner can have the same on paying expenses of advertis- ing an¿ eep.¡ j0Htf SPENCER, Canning, May 10th. ¡ , t IMPOUNDEDih the Northam pound on the / 5th inst., 'one1 "dark bay» TILLY; black points, star iii forehead ; about U'hands high ; no brand, orr mark5 \ ísiblé.,, If not claimed in the time allowed bylaw witt ji» sold to defray _ expenses. , , ", ' C.PAYNE, [/ -, i FoundKeeper. Northam, May 5th, 1880 TTAÍ AS been, running <i with* my horse« lor soma .! time] and now in my paddock, one black MARE, branded Tsi6 On near shoulder, with bell oft1, branded WWB," no other" brand or mark visible. Alio,"' on bay FILLY, about 2* years old, no brand or mark'visíble.í r If nótí'ciaihtéí'wi^i; bejsold' to defray ex ***\ ; \ '''w.'sratfcER/ ;;." . » ' ¡ i »i* Brookland. , Blackwood, May H 1880. . ,[93. Cd., ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

FREIGHT RATES PER "OTWAY" AND " ROR ROY " I Melbourne to Vasse, Bunbury,"Ï Ordinary and Fremantle, through rates > Goods, per South Australian, Victor- Per ton, ian, & Aldinga, to Adelaide J 40s. , Do. to Champion Bay, same") KQ steamers .j Adelaide to Albany .. 80s. Do. to VasBe, Bunbury, and") «,. î^^êmautir- : -.. .. S ° ' Do^io Champion Bay .. 40s. .¿11/¿J Ij&MES LILLY & CO., Agents. Si^S^em'antler June 8,1880. - Steam to 'Albany, via Bunbury v t and'Vjasse, with the Second ; wmightly JUNE English Mails. ft.fi U'l J) ¡1 1 __",, »Äte^ TMSBEOY, ¿c{;^3HffiB»8ail8 as above*on MONDAY' luvm^V^^^^^axma 14, at 2 p.m. 'rtL ¡vu J JAMES LILLY & CO., ^Iily'ii. Ai> :. Agents. Freraantje, June 2,1880. ¿bWi i , ? uteara from Adelaide to Albany «M Vasse» ' Bunbury, Fremantle, ^nftChampion Bay. m HE s 8. OTWAY will be des X patched from Adelaide, in .accordance with the above as un : der : WEDNESDAY, June 23rd. JAMES LILLY & CO., Agenta. Fremantle, J...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

»-ï¥wre~Aii_Téssësr SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!!! .u'-'H -it! ' '' ' "' ' '" ':' ''V.-f..;; ?'?:.?: *:.';. ?'? :!¡ :-/;v."i"i«;. j ."?' Hi"'..-. - -lJÍ'.v ?.-; í .? .-..---¡i'- I ,!:??<.T -.¡! ? j mMQ^I^lM0>TÉfÍ f&àolàl».-«; BOOTS ti ? xBOOT&ffffî I -;'iL\.'¿:->.V..'.r ..¡ii? -.ïlVi.:- !.* ,i *,íuíefeiW _4«*l,!ífieííí,;,j'';';--i-;^'^ >?.-.-.:.; *¡-< -?/'' --v- «^ x--' ; ?i^W_Wraitt'>fiGk)-'S'lî''r'; -WINTER* BOOTSÈ'^V'ésA ifoOTë' ', ''V XriV^WTEftii gOMSX £J'»NTÉR^ií^ÓTSL'J-V: Î '¡'''WINTER BOOTST'^ ! ".'WINTER, ¿BOOTSií,V i.VVWIÍfTER; BOOTS ! . ;:* -WINTER' BOOTS » i ; hWJNTEB JBÓQTS !,-.. ¡.- .WINTER BOOTS» ' «.?>, WINTER BOOTS »' ! j -....jjWINTER BOOTS h- *??.«?? WLNTER-"-BOOTS ! ".. WINTER BOOTS<;! : " : ; '^;WINTER, BOOTS!,: ; v''7;WINTER; ÍBppj?Sr{ iÍ¡,J!''f.!W3Í^j^;,_^0^iíüÍ'£,,' I ^%;;:, ^;ÖF,EÄ^ÄC^%IO^ i ^ÄT4LL';CLA^S^^ :'S^' ! >, ;¡ ;V ,^..ÓF^!ËVÉRY^D_-50RIP^IONl. i TO'SUITALE^CIÍASSES: ' ! ' ;i i T. y.,.-:,- i...

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THE NOVELIST. A RUSSIAN KING LEAR. [From the German of Ivan Turgenjev.] (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

THE NOVELIST. A RUSSIAN KING LEAK. [From the Gorman of Ivan Turgénjev.] (Continued.) 'This can be nothing good, nothing good !' said my mother, as the door shut behind Charlov's retreating figure. Opening the hook at the place which Martin Petroviteh had pointed out, she found the following words :-"Death is an important and great work of nature. The human spirit, being more perfect and ethereal than all those existences to the influences of which it is subject, more ethereal even than the electric fluid, becomes purified by a chemical process and wandera forth, until it finds a resting place where the spiritual consistency is the same as its own." My mother read this passage twice through, then, throwing the book to the far corner of the room, she indignantly ex- claimed ' disgraceful ! ' Three days later she heard of the death of her brothor-in-law. She was obliged to leave home in conse- quence, and, accompanied by me, travelled hastily to my aunts estate. We were only to have re...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

"WEST AUSTRALIAN." A Íirst-Class Ei-Wf<'kly Newspaper 1 í ! )t it .'i I - i'ii >,' I PLBMSHIX& DATÍS' '/TUESDAYS and ÍRIDAYS. v if 11 ¡i .-:0 -? ^ItHtthe'ortli/'^avèrin Hie 'cólóúy públishea . ¡s ». 'lbftenei'Ihan once a íoeeJe. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION - Os. PEE llf QUARTES; 30s. PER ANNUM, . . .,. - ! . ! ' fpHE^ättarters' 'terminate on thé"3Ístj' oí; '.Í! iMàÉrÊli,' äOtK ;.Tuiiè,"3pth SeptemtierVana! .SttbtpfâettAier,! at'wJiicÜ periods .Oitj^X, . !¿ái» . Sub- i ?crln'ërs declín¿,"'b¿'giving;' noticÍ8Ín:wrífcing?'''aud'. S'htó.thfei:atóóúbt!;9úé tb'th'è.end'o'f the quarter; ¿¿raibëaçing. ..-,.,. j"' l^racHbers' Wh'o áo .'not giv^wfillen,.wÜce, to, the[ ctóMifary^ pre'" considere*^ as wishing"to cóntinuíe their1 subscription .:'¿halt ia pà'rtjMila'rv'; requested! tbáb pereöb'8'fort^artlirig:noHces for irisírtíón will.; »tatetbe number of tiriiesr they shall apjear. '. 'Hi*é.in^ëttMng,:ir.édiàm:tie.'«WJÜST;ÁTJS-! .MtAlirÀK P offers speciUl adVäntages.',bot"110886...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

iíi.ír >t(.-.-:3i ( ,-i. Shippings .. v ! '-»f _ -- -I ,lo'í>-cJi ;...''' - .' '-i J-^4 ?.'.? 1 »iitú :;í,ir<.j-' I W^¡' »-_ «¿i -»ia '.¡¡.tit! Ï-I»-" VX:'.' " i11;'-^-'-11 * Jr'l-'-J I peninsular ami OxientalStoam. NaTi íyti uí a..: .. gation Company. .:< -> .-i.?=.?. - tf>ÄjMÖ,Sr ,":oÇ' JtósAG¿:.'.Í^TESVto; ,.,'Í8ÍlCláas'to.,Southamptbn,'.,jB7Q .-'.<. ,¡ h ¿ ZáaMv**».Southampton,. ««»',..,... , "J',, ..''.¡¡Do.;; .j ">to BrinäiBi.' j. .£40, ;.,... \ «"'.;'.¡i 7* '"V*». ': "": . "Agérit.¡ ', r ", V ^AÍbaby!'Ma^January, Í880. ' [30:3.80; '' '.:,.''.'..;.' ¡TradeAddresses. BEG i .to announce .that they, undertake Sales ¡. by¡ Auction in1 any; part of the colony; '. Account; Sales, .with proceeds rendered; im 'mediately.after Sales; - . They, would ;,particularly .draw the .attention of Squattera ;and Farmers £o; the', fact that. .they sell on .commission all kinds, of Farm' Produce, thereby, enabling gentlemen'.'to, '? obtain a , quick ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

CORRESPONDENCE. TO Q0RBE8P0NDENTS. -,.-"".' . , ï . No -oticè'eanibé taken of anonjinoii» coamunioátiona. awry lette* _wat be' eeeo-ipewi-l br.the n__e -ad _fr: dressai ta» writer, ? aot ,»tf amrily for BuUleptiea, tai M á g_u-_VM of gtMcl-sith.' Wein-aU oust cUtm t-erig-tto ahbrevi-to or correo* fwnM-imftieMniw ... . ? i Uniese acooaipultd by a stuped enyelopvw* otaaot r-ff-«te«_un_u-«rfdeenMaM8S. .'-.".? ^^ Correspondents who penist in wilting on both «idea of the paper, ia vio_4ioa of on i~te,_aiot expect theil oom» anrtifc-Honi to Wpnbltohed.

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THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. VIGILANS ET AUDAX PERTH, FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1880. THE STATE OF THE ROADS AND THE ROAD LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

THE ViGiifAîîs ET AUDAX PERTH, FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1880. THE STATE*Oï THE~ROADS AND THE ROAD LOAN. WE publish today a letter from Mr. BEB ÎTABD CLABKSO>-, dealing with the subject of roads and the Road Loan. In another column, also, our Northam correspondent takes up the same question. Dissatisfac- tion is expressed on all sides, and the sit- ting of the Legislative Council being pro- bably not far distant, it becomes necessary to consider how the matter of the Roads and of the Loan is to be dealt with. Our correspondent, Mr. CnABKSOïr be- gins his remarks by saying, " An article in a recent issue of your paper upon ' The Roads,' is, I consider, calculated to leave an erroneous impression on the public mind as to whose fault it is that they have been allowed to get into their present disgraceful state." We aro sorry our correspondent should consider that anything we have pub- lished is ' calculated to leave an erroneous impression on the public mind.' And we can- not but think that ...

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