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LAW INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court—Criminal Sittings. THURSDAY, JUNE 3. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice and Common Juri[?]s.) MONDAY, JUNE 7. The Court re-assembled at 10 a.m. OBTAINING MONEY UNDER FALSE PRETENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

LAW INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Conrt-Criminal Sittings. THURSDAY, JUNE 3. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice and Common Juries) MONDAY, JUNE 7. The Conrt rc-assembled at 10 a.m. OBTAINING MONEYJTNDEB FALSE PRETENCES. WILLLUC BOTTOMLEY, a wheelwright, was charged with having obtained the sum of £9, under falso pretences, from the barman at the " Crown and Thistle " Hotel, at Fremantle, on April 0. The prisoner was not represented by counsel. The facts of the case were particularly simple. The prisoner on the day in question went to Moloney's hotel at Fremanfle, and called for a drink, which was supplied to him. He then asked the barman if he could favor him with a blank cheque on the National Bank, which was furnished to him. He then re- quested the barman to fill it np for £5, which the barman did, and gave him the change. Not satisfied with the profit derived from this transaction, the prisoner, later in the day, had another cheque drawn out, on the same bank, for £4. The barman'asked ...

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Supreme Court—Civil Jurisdiction. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice and Juries.) FRANCISCO V. SIMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

Supreme Court-Civil Jurisdiction. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 0. '(Before His Honor the Chief- Justice and Juries.) FRANCISCO V. SIMPSON. This was an action brought hy Mr. Arnott Francisco, a pearler, now residing at Fremantle, against Mr. D. Simpson, a grazier and sheep, owner, on the Fortescue River, for a breach of contract. Mr. Howell, with whom Mr. Burt, appeared for the plaintiff ; and Mr. S. H. Parker for the defendant. The declaration set forth that the plaintiff in June last, was possessed of the cutter Dolphin, and that-in consideration of his employing the said vessel in the pearl shell business, and that it should proceed to Exmouth Gulf, in com- pany with another vessel, called the Nautilus for the purpose of obtaining and securing the services of from fifteen to twenty aboriginal natives to prosecute the pearling business, and that the plaintiff should render all necessary assistance to the defendant, with the crew of the Dolphin, in obtaining these natives; and, in further consid...

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THURSDAY, JUNE 10. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

THURSDAY, JUNE 10. Mr. Albert Francisco, brother to the plaintiff, was the first witness examined to-day. He   said: I was at Cossack in June last when the Dolphin; arrived there, and was present when a written agreement was entered into between my brother (the plaintiff) and the defendant, and to which I was the attesting witness. The agree- ment was drawn out in my presence, in my own house at Cossack. Inasmuch as the plaintiff failed to carry out the terms of this agreement, the Dolphin was set up for sale by public auction, but, there being no bidder, I hired it for the season from my brother, at the rate of £5 a month. I have been engaged in pearling operations for the past nine years, and have been more or less suc- cessful. It was late in the season when the Dol- phin,started for the pearling grounds : as a matter of fact, we left Cossack on the 4th October. The season commences about the beginning of Sep- tember. I had fourteen natives on board the Dol- phin-all...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 11 June 1880

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. MARRIAGE. ROBERTSON-LEFROY.-On the 9th instant, at St. George's Cathedral, Perth, A. MILNE ROBERT- SON, M.B., CM. Edinb., third son of A. L. Robert- son, of Peterhead, N.B" to LUCIE, second daughter of the late HENRY MAXWELL LEFROY.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. COLONIAL WOOL MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 15 June 1880

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. COLONIAL WOOL MABKET BEPOBT. By J. T. Simes & Co., wool brokers, Hay IO : Public auctions now progressing since 20th April have np to this evening included 159,600 bales; by and including Saturday 8thinst. 182, 500 bales, very nearly half the "available "arri- vals, will have been catalogued in seventeen days of sale, nineteen days of Male more will bring us to ,5th June-it looks however likely that smaller quantities will be brought forward day by day during remainder of this series. The very spirited and satisfactory condition of the market with which these sales opened-as we reported on 20th April-has latterly exhibited serious reaction, and prices now current show a very appreciable re- duction on the first ten days, in fact the quoted 10 per cent, advance on February-March rates has been lost, and cross-bred wools, washed and greasy, which we quoted at about par with March, are now only realising Id. to 2d. per lb. .lower prices. South African w...

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THE NOVELIST. A RUSSIAN KING LEAR. [From the German of Ivan Turgenjev.] (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 15 June 1880

THE NOVELIST. soi ho TI on da A RUSSIAN KING LEAK. Su TFrom the German of Ivan Turgénjev.] ca] (Continued.) -, mi Next day I again took out gun and dog, aud made for the Jesskov woods, unaccom- panied this time by Prokoßy. The wea- ther was glorious ; nowhere out of Russia, in my opinion, are the September days so delicious. There was such a stillness that you could hear the squirrels' tread upon the dead leaves which covered the ground a hundred yard» from where you were standing; you could hear the fall of a twig, first slow, its descent arrested now and thou by other twigs, until it finally struck the soft grassy ground, to rest there for ever, and moulder away. The air was neither warm nor cold, but mellow and balmy, and the sun shone so mildly-it was like the moon. The woodcocks rose round me pretty often, but I did not pay much heed to them, I knew that the wood bor- dered Charlov's property, that it ran, in- deed, close up to his garden fence, and for this fence I accordingly...

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THE ROAD LOAN AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 15 June 1880

¿ttit " li THE BOAD LOAN AGAIN. ieat ; J. s. Jaie, Ddo. hen oore 20th ,600 82, irri lays is to Oler day ited nth !0th and re >ted has and rcb, wer osi 000 »nd en .ch. Inn ent be B. A coBBESPOKDEKT writes to us on the sub- ject of the Road Loan, in reference to our leading article of Friday last ; and we give his remarks-deserving, in our opinion, of caretul attention-a prominence, which we hope will secure notice. Our correspon- dent says : " On the whole, your suggestions for the fur- ther expenditure of the Road Loan seem good and practical, but I think I can slightly improve upon them. I quite agree with you that the money should not be diverted,from its original dedication, and it ia self-evident that if some such plan as yon suggest were carried out, there would be no object in seeking so to divert it, since the ordinary revenue would be entirely re- lieved for the time being of a large drain apon its resources, and thus a considerable amount would be available for those pur...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 15 June 1880

IA SHIPPING MEWS. AREIVALS-FREMANTLE. June 11th.-MYKA, schooner. Waldron, from Bunbury. 12th.-BOB BOT. s.S., Craig, from Champion Bay. Passengers-Mrs. Hollis and children (2), Mr. Smith, Mr. Verletti, Mr. Leopold, Mr. Hic- key, Mr. and Mrs. Hayes and children (3), Mrs. Cook and children (6), Mrs. Davis and child, Miss Commerford, Master Commerford; also 2 in the steerage. 13th.-CITADEL, schooner,-, from East London. - 13th.-CITIZEN OP LONDON, sehnr., Payne, from Banbury. DEPABTUBE. June 12th.-LAUGHING WAVE, brig, God- frey, for Mauritius. Cargo-horses, shipped by Mr. Avery. VESSELS IN HAEBOÜB. 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 ...

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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 15 June 1880

leas SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. of t _ int The WEST AUSTBA1IAN is today issued in an enlarged form, which hereafter will le the size of the paper. It will still le issued twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays, and to subscribers the price will remain as heretofore, namely Ss. per quarter, or £1 per annum. The names of all those, not already on our subscription list, to whom the WEST AVSTBALIANis de. livered or forwarded from this date, will le retained on our looks, unless we receive a notification requesting us to discontinue sending the paper. THE PXOJPMETOBS. Jearl June 1st, 1880. . | tiona

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS.] BRITISH AND FOREIGN. COLONIAL DEFENCES. LONDON, JUNE 5. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 15 June 1880

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS.} BRITISH AND FOREIGN. COLONIAL DEFENCES. LOXDOK, JUKE 5. Major Sargood, who was appointed by the Victorian Government to represent that colony, on defence matters, has been twice examined before the Royal Commision on Colonial Defences. ADJUSTMENT OF WINE DUTIES. LONBOK", June 5. Owingto the retirement of M. Leon Say (who was temporarily acting-as French Am- bassador in London), in order to assume the Presidentship of the French Senate, a delay is likely to occur in the negotiations between the Imperial Government and the French Government, with reference to the adjustment of the wine duties. In. consequence of this, an influential deput- ation from Manchester has waited on Earl Granville, the Secretary of State for the Foreign Department, urging a revision of the wine tariff, and warmly advocating the claims of the colonies to the admission of colonial wines, containing over 26 per cent, of spirit, at Is. duty. MR. GOSCHEN'S MISSION OPPOSED. LOJ...

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THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. VIGILANS ET AUDAX PERTH, TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1880. BLACK AND WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 15 June 1880

THE thl WEST AUSTRALIAN. m< thi mt VioniAxs ET AUDAX pu PERTH, TUESDAYTJ^NEÏ^S^ wa BLàSïlSS^WmTE. wo , rat SOME features in the recently-tried case of FBAKCISCO V. SIMPSON, suggest a passing notice of the relations subsisting between the Blacks and the Whites in this colony. Happily, the general inferences which must be drawn from even a superficial knowledge of the circumstances of life and work in the Northern portions of our ter- ritory, point to the conclusion that the annals of West Australian history will never be stained with records of fearful, hideous, and systematic crimes perpetrated hy White upon Black, such as those which have disgraced, and are even now disgra- cing, the name of Englishmen in other parts of this continent. The atrocities which accompanied the colonization of New South Wales are well known, but there, as in the Southern neigh, bour colonies, the native question has died out with the race. Queensland, the young- est of the group, and Weat Aust...

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OCCASIONAL NOTES. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 15 June 1880

OCCASIONAL NOTES. tnej dcfe men boat LOCAL AND GENERAL. froî *.-^-~~~~~». whe THE Legislative Council will be summoned to meet for the despatch of business on Monday, the 12th of July next, at 3 o'clock p.m. On»Toodyay correspondent says: "The bridge over the Gabberdine brook is under way at last. Mr. James Donegan has taken the contract, and the men are now at work on it. He has also taken the contract for the repairs to be done on Green Mount. Mr. Higman has chosen the right man this time, as Donegan is a firatrate work WE have received the following communi- cation from Mr. John Sewell of Beverley : "lam sorry to find fault with Mr. E. B. Parker, but I think when he couples the Government (supposing him tornean the Commissionerof Crown Lands) with the Boads Board, he does an injustice to the hon- orable gentleman. In procuring the one watering place near York on the western side of the river, the Commissioner did promptly all that lay in his power. It is within my own knowledge t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 15 June 1880

SS FREIGHT BATES PEB " OTWAY " AND "BOBBOY." i Melbourne to Vague, Bunbury,"} Ordinary ' and Fremantle, through rates I- Goods. per South Australian, Victor- Per ton, um, & Aldinga, to Adelaide j 40s. Do. to Champion Bay, same) 5Qa »teamen .) Aâoleid« to Albany . 30«. Do. to Vasse, Bunbury, and) « Itagapftef«.i dM' ' Do. to Champion Bay ... 40B. r!--JAMES LILLY & CO., - Agents. Fremantle, June 8,1860. sUttDifcom Adelaide to Albany Yaiie, Banbury, Fremantle. ïi#A Champion Bay. ¡MI'-V-JV: OIHKM. OTWAY will be des» patched from Adelaide, in lance with the abore as un- der : WEDNESDAY, June 33rd. JAMES LILLY & CO., jüi/1 <n Agent«. lirîFfeutttle, June 10,1880. ¿««?g .in .i , . To Capitalista and Sheep-owners :J^/>%ttiringCoatt Buns. VALUABLE and EXTENSIVE FBEE -BOLD-ESTATES io COCKBUBN 80UND, WESTERN AUSTRALIA. MB. JAMES MORRISON haï received instruction« to offer for ?ale by public auction, at tbe Freemason«' Hotel, In Perth, on Friday, the 85th da...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 15 June 1880

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court—Civil Jurisdiction. FRIDAY, JUNE 11. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice and Common Jury.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 15 June 1880

LAW INTELLIGENCE. fo; tie Supreme Court-CÍTÍI Jurisdiction. FBLDAY, JUNE 11. (Before His Honor {lie Chief Justice and Common Jury.) th( sui se! sat the boi .qi dei pla The Court resume d at 10 a.m. FRANCISCO v. SIMPSON. [The evidence in this case -an action for breach of contract;-was published in our issue of the llth inst.] Mr. S. H. PARKER, this morning, addressed the jury, on behalf of the defendant. He said they were not empanelled to try whether the defendant had carried out the original agree- ment to put a certain number of natives on board the plaintiff's vessel (the Dolphin) at Exmouth Gulf-for he had been exonerated from the performance of that agreement; but whether a subsequent agreement had been entered into between the parties to put the natives on board at the Fortescue, within a certain period, and, if so, whether there had been a breach of that agreement. A great deal of stress had been laid, by the other side, on the preliminary verbal agreement, alleged to have b...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 15 June 1880

*_lliJ IHM ^1 ¡ Government Notices. hi M Il ' EASTERN RAILWAY. ,, Department of Pulln, Wtn 7.s. -> Perth, HU Feh uary, 1880. "VTOTIGEIS HEREBY GIVEN for them .k" formation of all parties concerned that, in accordanééwith the pro; isions of the Act author iaing thenconstruction of a Railway from Fre mantle to .Guildford (42nd Victoria No. 27) Î Bridge isjn course of construction over the Swan River at ¡fremantle, which will give a clear head way of 2Ô,feet. It will therefore be necessary for all Steamer« and other.'Vessels, as soon as the superstructure ia fixed, fo' ;so arrange the Funnels, Masts, etc as that they can be lowered when passing undei 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 couise of three months from date. "; ' JAS H. THOMAS, ' " i Commissioner of Railway. ti * '_ PERTÖ CATHEDRAL. J i 2nd1 Contract. TENDSRS are invited for the erection of that portion of the New Cathed...

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INTER-COLONIAL. NEW SOUTH WALES. SETTLEMENT OF THE MINERS' STRIKE. NEWCASTLE, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 15 June 1880

INTER-COLONIAL.   NEW SOUTH WALES.   SETTLEMENT OF THE MINERS'   STRIKE   NEWCASTLE, June 9.                   Mr. Lloyd has succeeded in bringing the miners' strike to a close. The delegates have accepted the proposed compromise, and the men will go to work to-morrow. QUEENSLAND. RELEASE OF MR. SWANWICK. BRISBANE, June 9. Mr. Swanwick, the barrister, who was com- mitted to. gaol for ' contempt of court on May 10th, has been released, he having made a written apology to the person affected by his conduct, and entered into recognisances to keep the peace. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ATTEMPT TO UPSET A TRAIN. ADELAIDE, June 9. An attempt was made last night to upset the train from Beachport to Mount Gambier, but, fortunately, the attempt failed. Several logs of timber were placed on the line in order to upset the train. LAMBING S...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 15 June 1880

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTH. LEAKE.-At Cobham, June 11th, Mrs. R. B. LEAKE, of a son. MARRIAGE. ROBERTSON-LEFROY.-On the 9th instant, at St. George's Cathedral, Perth, A. MILNE ROBERT- SON, M.B., C.M., Edinb., third son of A. L. Robert- son, of Peterhead, N.B., to LUCIE, second daughter of the late HENRY MAXWELL LEFROY. 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. 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, eld...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 June 1880

THE v,!' >*"**& Great ' Ldnäon °CiVcus í ' i^/» »ii TCÍ will perform at Fremantle on ' FRIDAY, & SATURDAY, EVENÍN&, June 18th, and^l9th. l/Mo«^ IMPORTANT^^UNCEME^, THE EVENT OP THE SEASON: ' * FIRST time in "Western Australia of tike above company in the great Equestrian 11 i Drama of «? ¡ u t * Diclc Turpin9s Mide to JÇork^ ¡ OR, . " i>¡},Lti$ ni The Lifje and Death of Bonny1 Black Bess. , ^^ Introducing a thorough-bred Black Marev; recently purchased at Champion Bay^' £*f which has been successfully trained by Mr. "William Hayes, and introducing the dying scene of ' BlackBess,' which will be carried shoulder high out of the arena.- ! '<t. taV J. VELLETTIin the sensational' aif beautiful act on the PLYING TRAÇEZK introducing SoMEnsirLTS nr Mjd-Aib, Jj^jÇ full length of the circus. " , , All the company in new acts, thus mak- ing the Best Pbo&kaime of the SjiASjoar. prices as vrnjaojeaoHO Igü?1 *Thê aTjove'cÓ^hpajíy1 have arranged to ...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 June 1880

SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS-FREMANTLE. June 15.-MOORBURG, schooner, BT., Boldt, from South Australia, via Albany. Passengers Mrs, arid'Master Boldt j and two steerage passen- gers.' . ' . ' DEPARTURES. Juno 14.-s.a. BOB ROY, Craig, for Albany. Passengers-Dr. and Mrs. Robertson, Mr. Lefroy, and Mr. and Mrs. Ridsdale. ' ' 15.-ARGUS, ln-ig, Punch, for Port Pirie. ,16.-M ART,'brig, "Wilson, for Shanghai and Batavia. ' Passengers-Mrs. Wilson, and Mrs. p. Donelly. < ' ¡ . ' '.

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