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CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 29 December 1882

CABLE TELEGRAMS, (ASSOCTATED FfiBSS TKLKQBAMB.) LONDON, December 26. 1 The opinion of the leading financial authorities in the city of London is, that the Act which has been passed by the Parliament of Victoria converting thei bonds of that colony into inscribed stock will prove to be unworkable. Mr.- Algernor Tnomos- of Oxford has been appointed Professor of Natural Science, and Mr. Thomas Tucker . of Cambridge English and Classical Professor to the University of Auckland. N.Z. . . HK.H. Prince Albert Victor has beea temporarily detached from his ship, and will reside at Oxford during the next term. The Hungarian Press strongly protests against bhe attitude which. the^Governmenfc assumes, and warns Austria that- the course which isbeing persued is an unsafe one for her, considering her relations with the Maygar pop'ulatiDUof the EuSpire, to coquet with Russia any longer. . . . Most probably Mr. Biggair will be pro secuted by the Crown for having lately delivered in public a most vi...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 29 December 1882

Births, Marriages, and Deaths BIRTH. LETCHFORD.—On the 25th Desember,   at Stirling Street, Perth, the wife of W. Letchford, of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 December 1882

VALUABLE PERTH AND YORK TOWN LOTS. /'tOURTHOPB & CO. are favored with \J instructions to eell at their Mart, on MONDAY, lot JANUARY, 1883, all those valuable Perth Town Lots, most of which are centrally oituutod, about 200 yards from Perth Railway Station. IN PERTH: LOT 1 — South-east quarter of Perth Town Grant Y7, with frontage to Rose Street. LOT 2 — South-west quarter of same grant, with Bimilar frontage. LOT 3 — North-west qnarter of same grant, with frontage to Jamea Street. LOT 4 — North-eaat quarter of same grant, with frontage to James Street. On this lot is a substantial six-roomodcottage, with detached kitchen (cellar underneath), warehouse and store- room. LOT 5 — Lean- to, situated in the middle of preoeding lots, and about 2,000 bricks. LOT 6— South- *est quarter of Perth Town Grant Y40, with 75 linis frontage to James Street. On Uub lot stands a sub stantial 4 roomed brick cottage. LOT 7 — South-east quarter of Perth Town Grant Y41, with 75 links frontage to J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 December 1882

I Cabinet Makers, Fren€li Polishers, .. and Upholsterers. i Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £33, or For £50. '??'?''''' ? ? . S&nd for detailed Furniture Catalogue* which, will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished For £46, or For £63, or For £84. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished \ For £95, or For £152, or For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Q Q » I ? Kj H in - \m ? Sk — SMITH & Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, JMoiildiugs, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Conntcrs, and Shop Fittings. CARPETS PLANNED, LAID & MADE. FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN ♦ , ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, SPRING BEOS, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. — ???♦ ? f PICTURE FRAMERS. # H § H a h s % CO , tt M o 0 PICTUEES ! Mounted, . iSTBETCHED, HL AND BEAMED. ^PARPETS ^gflMADE. I1 DOOHS, SASHES, SHOP FITTINGS, ...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. SAILED—DECEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 December 1882

SHIPPING. PORT OP PRBMANTLE. SAILED— December 30.' HELENA MENA, barque, 673 tonB, Edward Marsh, for London. G-. Shenton, igeat. - PUBLIC SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. BUNBURY.— Arrived : Dec. 29, Joliba, bq., from Port Adelaide. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The steamship Bob Roy will be due from Albany to-morrow forenoon. ; There are now several vessels fully due ab Fremantle from ports in the Eastern colonies— including the Pacific, from Mel bourne, 16 days out ; Annie Lisle, from Port Adelaide, 15 days out ; and the barque Hermann, from the same port, 14 daya out. The schooner Formosa (coal), from New castle, N.S.W., for Albany, has now been 28 days at sea.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 December 1882

feCS 1882. - ft' ' ? ' \i:JH AND SEW TEAR'S \ |feni F T S J/3ENKENS', I lu A Y_, STREET. ^ |)NEW YEAR CARDS AT pED PRICES AT ;'/ I,,.' I Menkens,' Hay Street. .% _ I ? \,' * I ostabliuhment will be open ?~U Jock am. to 9 o'clock p.m., '~3* o -T& Christmas and New Year /., * -.;luntil 10 o'clock (or later) on '' i ^U JJjniiiy next. V ,'.7 'Xs-uectfully solicited. ''-' *'« B. G. MENKENS, ^,J '-5iy*t (opposite Mr. J. Suinmera'.) »W YEAR'S NIGHT! 5^£jiwOPE &CO.- have received in ^3^HB'n8 to 8l11 bv auetiou, at their e#rff||9 Street, the house and premises ggflrthe PERTH TOWN LOT Y 7, ISSllIn Roe Street, uow in the ocoupa HUm. Stout. . '? . i ?...' - ;. |l|||i|iroperty is admirably situated for , ll|l||l residence or for business purposes, : |§l§i§ erected upon it a new substaii 111111 jit house, with six rooms and out f§ll|§J are two wells of excellent water ||ili|-roporty, from which is obtuiued Wffffli, water procurable in that 'part oi SHoroperty will be SOLD IN FIVE ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 December 1882

[Out this out and bring it ivith you.] horse'sale. TAMES MORRISON has received in fj ? atruotions from Maitland Brown, Esq., to sell by auction at Guildford, on FlilDAtf, January 5th, 18S3 (Perth Race Week), at 2*30 p.m., the flower of the Newmarracarra Stud, amongst which will be found the fol lowing Mares and Sires : ' - ABESTOS, No. 12, bay mare,, aged, by. Sir Hugh, out of 158, by young ilargeaux. ROSALIE, No. 22, dark brown mare', aged (own sister to Victorian,) by Sir Hugh, out of 177, by RoyaJist. TOURMALINE, No. 32, bay mare, nged, by Sir Hugh, A SAPPHIRE, No. 34, bay-more, Aged, bf Sir Hugh, out of 103, by .Sunbeam. rtUBY, No. 36, bay mare,- aged,- bj^Sit Hugh, out of Bouncing Beea, with. fojU. at foot. ??-;.'.!. CORINNE, No. 38,. bay mare, aged, jby Sir Hugh, out of Royaliat mare. . r..^,. ?,,. ROULETTE^ No. 39, bay mare, aged,. by Sir Hugh, out of No. 8, by YueBuff.-vritti &« yr. old Flemington, and in foal by. Stride. . SEAMSTRKSS, No. 1-2, bay mare, aged, by Van...

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EASTERN RAILWAY. SPECIAL TRAINS: NEW YEAR'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 December 1882

EASTERN RAILWAY. * SPECIAL TRAINS: NEW YEAR'S DAY. From Perth (to Fremantle.) — Dep. : 1 p.m. From Fremantle (to Perth.) — Dep. : 6'SO p.m. * These Trains are in addition to the or dinary Weekday Trains. Thus : The Train from the , City ? next following1 that deB patched at 1 p.m. will be the . through Train from Guildford, which will ? pass out of the Perth Station, for Fremantle, at 2#5 p.TO. . - '' ' ?'?_?? '?'-'..'?' .? '.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. "UNFURL THE FLAG." [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 December 1882

LETTERS TO' THE EDITOR. 'UNFURL THE FLAG.' Sib, — I notice a letter signed ' Francis Hart,' which, has appeared in this day's issue of the Herald, in which he contends that the expression 'unfurl the flag' is correct. Upon referring to the Imperial Dictionary — a well-known standard author ity — I find -the following definitions of the terms in dispute : — ' Case to— to place in a case.' ' Furl to— warp a sail round a yard.' As a matter of fact you were correct in spying that regimental flags are ' cased,' not ' furled'— and the spectacle of seeing a regiment marching with ' furled' flags in one I haveneverseen, though I have fre quently seen them ' cased.' . XI think that the only excuse the author 'of ''the song ' oan urge in excuse for ' un furlbijr a flag' is poetic license which the exigencies of- euphony, ryme, Jind metre might require; bub strictly speaking the term is in orrect, Mr. Wentworth's 'author- ity' notwithstanding. — Yours., eto., MILES. Perth, Dos. 30.

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THE MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 December 1882

T H E M A I L S Due at G.P.O., Perth t — From England, &c. : Jan. 6 and ; Jan. 20. Prom Eastern colonies, Dec. 30 and Jan. 13. Despatched from O.P.O., Perth: — For England, &c, Jan. 6 and Jan. 20. For Eastern Colonies, Jan. 12.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 December 1882

m~^==T. ? .... _ _, .... ? . ? .. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING IN THE DAILY .\£HVi-. f For advertisements relutiug to servants *X tradesmen wanted or wanting enguge mjnte, and lessee to let or for sale, a charge ?£ two ehiilingB only will be made for all ?otiooe not exceeding 4 lines, aud 3d. for each additional lino tor the first inPertion ; €Oa-balt rate for each Bubeequent in sertion. Other alvertisemonte not exceed ing 8 lioes, 3a. 6d., and 3d. each additional lino, oae-thir-i rate only for uubsequent insertions, Reduood rates, by Bpecial ar rangement, for advertisements appearing f«r three months and upwards. PRICE ONE PENNY. WILL bo published in Perth EVERY AFTERNOON, and forwarded to Bobscribece by the earliest convenience. Copies may be had from the undermen tioned agents i — ~ Z, (Mr. J. P. Fordham. PremanUe ... ^ Mr. R. Birch. Gnildford ? Master Sainabury. Newcastle ... ??? Mr- &? Meares. Kortham ... ... Mr. G. Throssell. Tork ... ... ?♦?. Mr. Joseph Pyke. V&B6O ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 December 1882

THE 'DAILY NEWS.' TrI/CRE will be no issue of the DAILY .NEWS on Monday — New Tear's Day.

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The Daily News. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 December 1882

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1882. Some years ago the Imperial Govern ment not only' withdrew all the British troops that were stationed in the Aus tralian Colonies, but at the same time also gave us distinctly to understand that for the future we must defend ourselves. In fact the Colonies were told that they wei'e in the position of children who, having arrived at years of discretion, have passed beyond the control of their maternal parent who is no longer bound to provide for or to protect them even if they do not choose to exert themselves. All this may be, and actually is, very true of four out of the five Con tinental Colonies, but the analogy does not hold good with us. By her actons -tbc—^BIocher-couutrT- ??- pro ves 'That she regards us as having attained merely a hobbledehoy state of existence — one in which we are unable to behave oui* solves discreetly — one in which it is (thought more' prudent to keep us in bondage under tutors and governors, in the shape of a 'mild despotis...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 December 1882

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTH.     LETCHFORD.—On the 25th December,   at Stirling Street, Perth, the wife of W. Letchford, of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 January 1883

A FOUR ROOMED COTTAGE and GARDEN iu cultivation, iri Stirling Street, Perth, being Wm, Barron's property, lately occupied by Wm. Oates. PARKER -fc PARKER. Perth, Deo. 29, 1882. NOTICE. TIlHE undersigned, having relinquished I business, requests payment of all accounts due to him on or before the 14th day of January, 1883 ; otherwise legal proceedings will be instituted. A. W. ARMSTRONG, Murray Street, Perth. Perth, December 30, 1882. NEW BUTCHERING BUSINESS. / fI-HE undersigned, having taken over 1 the BUTCHERING BUSINESS formerly carried on by Mr. A. W. Arm strong, in Hay Street, Perth, is desirous of informing the inhabitants of Perth and the public in general that he has made arrangements to have a continuous supply of the famed NORTH-WEST BEEF, which will at all times be on sale at the Tjry lowest marke t rates. JAS. W. WOOD. Perth, November 25. 1882. WAITED, the services of an intelligent YOUNG MAN of abomt middle ?age for from ten to twenty days — probably longer. Apply, by le...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 January 1883

[?] Three-room Cottage Furnished ; .*-.??. For £19, or For £33, or . . For £50: Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which! , will ;*be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished For £46, or For £63, or ; For £84. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished For £95, or , For £152, or For £202, Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will' be forwarded Post Free on application. Q: -J Q , #jt ; ft h : f J rf H 5 B M - ? ? - ? Mouldings, Skirtings, AreMtraYes, Shop Counters, and $!iop Fittings. : FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN Mattrasses, Palliasses, SPRIHG BEDS, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ? , . ... 1 -' CARVERS* I U If If t n o j PICTURE FRAMERS. , H W - pa Q ?!:: 0 ... v* ? ? PICTUKES Mounted, STEETCHBD, AND CARPETS MADE. SMITH & CO., GaMnet Makers- SMITH & CO. DOOES5 SASHES, FITTINGS, AND MMTELPICESf CARPETS MADE Wi'jl-/:-3 jy» Is ' Complete HoosiB Furnishing Csifitofi€§s ...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 January 1883

T H EMAILS,. Due at O.P.O., Perth : — From England, Ac. :- Jan. 6 and- -Jan. 20.1 From Eastern e^loniea, Jan. 13. . ' \ Despatched from - Q.P.0.,- ''Perth-:— 'For Bngland, &c., Jan. 6 and Jan I - 20. For Kjutern Colonies, Jan. 12.

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SHIPPING. POET OF FREMANTLE. SAILED—JANUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 January 1883

SHIPPING. * ? POET OF FREMAKTLE. SAILED— Jandakt'2.'^ -ROB ROY, steamer, England, for Gerald ton. ,j .Passerigers-^Mrs.i. Franklin, Miss Scrivenerj Miss Bullen; 'Messrs. -»T. Major rad R:N.:Waldeck;,and three steerage. PtTBLIC SHIPPING TELEGRAMS, ??- MELBOURNE.— Arrived : Jan. 2, Mace doa, 8., from Fremantle ; Jan. 3, Otway, b. , ? from Fremantle. . Sailed : Dec. 30, For-, mofla, 8ch., for Albany. POET ADELAIDE.— Arrived : Jan. 2, Glenochil, s., from Albany. GERALDTON.— Arrived : Jan. 3, 9'50 p.m., Eob Roy, s., from Fremantle. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. . Messrs. Lilly & Co. have received a tele grain stating that the s. Otway passed Cape Otway yesterday morning. Another telegram states that she reached Melbourne last night. ' ' Messrs. Thompson, Sendey & Co., the agents, have issued the usual notice to con signees per barque Pacific, from Melbourne. } The following is a summary of the Pacific's cargo : — 185 pkgs. provisions, 9 cases merchandise, 20 drams linseed oil, ...

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The Daily News. THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 January 1883

THURSDAY, . JANUARY, 4, 1883. Some weeks ' ago' we publihed- a; ' report, upon the condition and, man *;agemeut of the' .Rbttnest'1. ,';Naibiye Prison, which excited , ? considerable interest :. among the ? public/ and -? no . small amount of disgiist ! ' among the authorities. . , . , Upon reading ,the '! report .His E xcellency the Governor ; ; , at once directed Dr. Barnett to 'make a surprise visit to the Island, and to fiend him a report 'upon the, treat ment of the natives ', and ' the state l of the Prison. This was done, and t when speaking at Gruildford at the last dinner of the Agricultural As sociation the Governor produced DrJ Barnett's report and read it to the company. . This report was, of course, of a most satisfactory character, con tradicting all the assertions previously made, and Btating, in short, that ' there were ' no grounds' .of complaint. Sincerely as. His Excellency then congratulated himself and the Govern ment upon ' the satisfactory way in which the Rot...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS. (Before His Honor Chief Justice Wrenfordsley.) THURSDAY, JANUARY 4., [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 January 1883

LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT— CIVIL SITTINGS. (Before 'His Honor ''Chief 'justice- Wrcn fordsleyJ) .;1; . ;j-.f\. -,'/. ????'?' ??.:'?'. ? ? A V ., , 1., ,| THURSDAY, Janttart- 4i.' -? _': The Supreme, Court, ;in its criminal juris diction, was opened this morning, at 10 o'clock. The,- calendar is an unusually heavy one, and includes four murder cases, three foif larceny, twoj for burglary, one for assault, ?jtriidj' one indecent assault.; -The only counsel in Court were the Acting At torney-Geiieral (Mr.. E.' A stone) and the Acting Crown prosecutor (Mr. G. Leake). The list of jurors having been called only one juror — :Mr. Walter Padbury — did not answer to his name. The first case pro ceeded with was 'that of ' Thomas Wilshire, charged with the larceny of a bag of sugar, the property of Mr. Spratt. , The prisoner1, who is a well known individual, having been employed in the brick-making business for many years, pleaded guilty, and His Honor, with a view of enquiring into his p...

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