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INTER-COLONIAL. VICTORIA. Melbourne, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 June 1880

. M i n -4w^iiu. :¡;i <t INTEB,-CQLQI$^oooS& VICTORIA. ¡ 'J * \ ' Melbourne, June 12. » f Mr Lalor, the late Commissioner of Custóa)¿,{ has called a meeting of his creditors.' k,).'/>li'4 Mr Moodie, the editor of the Porto*\anJaiH Adelaide paper), who is now on a visit ,ty:$aby bourne, assulted Mr. Clarke, the proprietor^ the Williamstown Advertiser for publishing aa^ article insulting Her Majesty the Queen;'' Mr., Moodie was fined £3, and costs, for thewsajult^ Sydhet, Jqaeia-i/^' Tricket the sculler started overland for ¡Mel- bourne this morning to catch the s.s.Orifnt,m¡ which he proceeds to London. A large'niuhhez; of ft lends assembled at his hotel to see hiiuofE and to wish him success. Mr. Pnnoh, his late hacker was present at the parting demonstration and much satisfaction was expressed at the re» concihtion of the two men.j Mr.l Pinch'said it was very likely he would visit England himself and try to arrange a match between Trickett and Laycock and two ...

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 June 1880

¡VESSELS IN HARBOUR. ' /'i'H'D I Fremantle. .Spinaway, barque, loading sandilwood for Shanghai; J. & W. Bateman, agente., , (Dolphin, barque, loading piles for New Zealand; Carter & Co., agents. E. J. Spence, barque, loading timber for Ade- laide ; Carter & Co., agents. Amur, barque, discharging ; W. E Marmion el Co., agents'. Signal, barque, from Adelaide, with general cargo ; J. MeCleery, agent. v Clarence Packet, schooner, for Port Walcott ; earl7\0 Wl\ , V.»» Ml

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OUR ROADS AGAIN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 June 1880

OUR ROADS AGAIN. To-the Editor of tüe West Australian.' Sir,--The present neglected state of our roads' is the principal topic of complaints throughout this district, and certain it is that, unless some decided steps are taken, much irreparable dam- age must be the result. As you may be aware, a public meeting was held at the Court House, ?îew castle, on Saturday, the 22nd Maj-. and at- tended by many of our most influential settlers, for tho purpose of discussing the matter and deciding upon some definite line of action. ?s ot having the minutes of the meeting before me, I cannot give the resolutions (which were unani- mously carried) verbatim, but, to the best of my recollection, they were, in substance, as fol- lows : (1st)-That the present neglected state of the roads requires immediate attention, (2nd) -That the payment of an Inspector of Roads is an unnecessary expense, and that it is quite impossible for one man to attend to all the roads of the colony, as he would often be r...

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MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 June 1880

MAIL NOTICE. The next Outward Mails for the Australian Colonies, overland, will be closed on the follow- ing dates. General Post Office, Saturday, June 5, at 10 a.tu. ; Fremantle, June 5, at8 a.m.; Guildford, June 5, at 8 a.m. The next outward mails for Europe. India, China, etc., per Rob Rey, will close as under : General Post Office, Monday, June 14, at 11 a.m. ; Fremantle, June 14, at noon; Guildford, Jane 14, at 8 a.m. ; York, June 12, at 9.30 a.m. ; Northam, June 12, at 6.30 a.m. ; Newcastle, June 12, at 10 a.m. ; Pinjarrah, June 11, at 6 a.m. ; Bunbury, June 14, at 9 p.m. ; Vasse, Jane 14 at 0 p.m. ; Victoria Plains, June 12, at 10 p.m. ; Gin- gin, June 13, at 3 p.m. The second fortnightly June mails for the Eastkbn Colonies, overland!, will be despatched as follows : General Post Office, Saturday, June 19, at 10 a.m. ; Fremantle, June 19, ut 8 a.m. ; Guildford, June 19, at 8 a.m. ; York. Jnne 16, at 9.30 a.m. ; Northam, June 16, at 6.30 a.m. ; Newcastle, June 16, at 10 a.m. ;...

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MAIL INDICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 June 1880

MAIL INDICATIONS. A. white and red flag hoisted at the Town Hall indicates the arrival at Albany of the moil steamer from Europe. A Mu« pendant hoisted at the Town Hall notifies the orrital at Albany of the mails from the East sun Colonies. A »guare red flag hoisted at the Town Hall indi- cates the arrival of extra-colonial mails at the GknkradPobt Oftick. a

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 June 1880

TO COBBESPONDEXTS. No notice can tie taten of anonymous communications. Every letter laust be accompanied by tlteinune aud'ad dress of tlio writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good f.iith. "We in all cises claim üie right to abbreviate or correct communications. Unless accompanied by a stamped envelope, we cannot, guarantee the return ef declined MSS. ' ( Correspondents who persist in writing: on both sidas of the paper, iu violation of our rule, cannot expect their com- munications to be published. . ' ' '

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court—Civil Jurisdiction. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice) MONDAY, JUNE 14 [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 June 1880

LAW INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court-Civil Jurisdiction. (Before His Honor the Chief Jmtice) MONDAY, JTJNE 14 The Court re-assembled at 10 a.m. . j "' ? Labson v. Chippeb. This'was an action of trespass, in which the' plaintiff was Mr. Henry Larson, a publican,' and the defendant was Mr. Thomas Chipper, > the well-known mail contractor, both of Ko- jonup.' Mr.~S. H. Parker appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Burt for the defendant. ' The case was entirely devoid of public inter- est, and the only question for the court was the validity of the plaintiff's title to a certain pad- dock, at Kojonup, and to which the defendant laid claim. The plaintiff sowed the paddock with hay, which the defendant cut and carted away, converting the same to his own use, and the plaintiff claimed £100 damages in consider- ation of this trespass and conversion. Tor the defence, it was contended that the plaintiff had never entered into legal possession of the land in question. Judgment was given for plaint...

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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 June 1880

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. Tlie WEST AUSTRALIAN is today issued 'in an enlarged form, which hereafter will le the size of the paper. It will still he issued twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays, and to subscribers the price icill remain as- heretofore, namely 5s. per quarto', or £1 per annum. . _ Tlie names of all those, not already on our subscription list, io whom the WEST AUSTBALIANis de- livered or for wardal from this date, ^will le retained on our looks, unless 'we receive a notification requesting 'us io discontinue sending the paper. THE PROPRIETORS. June 1st, 1880.

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

TRINITY CHURCH, PERTH. - THE Rev. JOSEPH ODGERS will (D.V.) t preach next Sunday, morning and evening. Evening Subject : The Curses of a City. Service at 11 a.m., and 7 p.m.

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THE MEETING AT GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 June 1880

THE MEETING AT GUILDFORD, t Geildfobd seems determined to take tim© by the forelock. Warned hy the misfor- tunes of Fremantle, the inhabitants of the pretty Swan township are seeking proteo-, tion againstthe occurrence of alike disaster,* which would seriously affect themselvos. Their wishes seem perfectly reasonable. No one could view without regret such a thorough defacement of the town, as the carrying out of the surveyed line would effect. Whether or not there are any difficulties of an engineering nature to be overcome if the proposals of the people are carried out, we are unable to say. But it may probably be assumed that if any such' exist, they are not so grave as te he insuperable. And supposing there is no other valid objection to the route which the meeting recommends than the fact that it involves the utilisation of the highway, resistance to the wishes of the people could scarcely be attempted. When a railway runs right up the main street of the city of Adelaide, there ...

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

Wfërnnieut Notices. Notice. -'i Department of Public "Works, Perth, 10th June, 1880, ËEFEEEING to the notice issued from this Department, dated the 7th Febru- ary last, to proprietors of Steam Boats and other vessels, regarding the Fremantle Bail, way Bridge, I have now to further give notice that on and after MONDAY NEXT, the'river traffic will have te pass through either of the two openings of 50 feet which B»ve been completed, pending the erection of the superstructure over the remaining water-ways. * A BED FLAG will he hoisted over those passages open for traffic. , JAS. H. THOMAS, ' ' Commissioner of Railways, PERTH CATHEDRAL. 2nd Contract. niENDERS are invited for the erection of, A that portion of the New Cathedral Perth, emliracing the whole of the outer walls of Nave aodTranscept, to a height of eighteen (l8) feet above the foundations. "Tenders tobe sent in to the undersigned, on or'before MONDAY, the 21st JUNE, proximo. 0Plans 'and tpecifitations to be seen, and farther i...

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

í life. FREIGHT RATES PER "OTWAY" AND"RORROY." Melbourne to Vasse, Bunbury,^ Ordinary and Fremantle, through rates f Goods per South Australian, Victor- | Per ton, ian, & Aldinga, to Adelaide J 40s. Do. to Champion Bay, same) 50g steamers ) Jjáe.to Att^MaMgM^>«MMM^,Jiljk^ -to-Vasse,"Bunbury, and? g5g ~ j>I.&$m ayjííi 40; JAMES, LILLYJLCQ..^ '- Agents. Fremantle, J**tf8/188ai? ! ÜHfeW ßteaio> Cayv f VE a."* ROB M>X wiU,be ,. . ." | despatched,; as above? b#QNDAtf Äf teraoon,, JUNE »,ati4ip.iu.r; v t ' i ' i'» .uhskjo» *?« «i »»U JAMES LILLY & CO., » *jn«ot iJujAi . « ) ii Agenta.* » ^iftonuntle; June 1,5th, 1880- ' < -,^_-_----j ^Ä/röÄ,Aa;e^ide to Albany «.ywaei;,Bunbury, Fremantle, , trans-shipJ u HE si».- OTWAY will be des ppiVhft^ fy"m AdelaiderÍB accordance with the above as un Ä*¥dNESDXY,1 June 23rd. -".Sr "Cargo and passengers at through rates Fremknt'lé/Joüé'lS, 1880. ' '^^ ' -MW f ¡It L /..vi >,;'i T«i«fc#a8«e, with the First ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS.] BRITISH AND FOREIGN. THE ASCOT GOLD CUP. London, June 11th. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 June 1880

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED BBESS.] BRITISH AND FOREIGN. THE ASCOT GOLD CUP. London, June 11th. Mr. P. Gretton's b.c., Isouomy . 1 Lord Bradford's br.c, Chippendale ... 2 Count F; de Lagrange's ch.c, Zot ... 3 FINANCIAL PROPOSALS OF THE GOVERNMENT. London, June 11th. In the House of Commons In st night, Mr. Gladstone made a statement of the financial proposals of the Government for the present year. It is proposed to reduce the duty on foreign wines and to abolish the malt duty on beer, but to further increase the duty on licenses for the sale of spirits. It is also in contemplation to add one penny in the pound lo the income tax, which will then stand at 6d. Mr. Gladstone anticipates a surplus of ¿£380,000, by these changes, at the end of the financial yeal'. " REJECTION OF THE FALK LAWS BILL. Berlin, June 10th. ' The hill recently introducer! into the Ger- man Parliament in favor of the adoption of the Palk laws (by which the Catholic clergy were to be placed under strict restri...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LONDON WOOL SALES. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CONSIGNMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 June 1880

: COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. -'" 'LONDON"' WOOL SALES. Westeen AusrEAUAN Consignments'. Ex " Helena Mena " Shipped by Mr. Geo, Shenton, and soldat auction by Messrs. Henry Hughes & Sons, on 30th April : 'Jas. Fleay, York, ?within an oval-15 bales comb- ing, at Is. 10}d. ; 12 do. do., deep giown, Is. 9Jd. ; 2 do. cioss-bred, Is. 7\d. ; 1 lamb, Is. 7Jd. ; 1 locks and pcs., Is. 3d. ; 1 lamb damaged, Is. 4d. J. Fleay, over W-8 hales combing, at Is. 7id. J. Fleay over CC-2 bales combing, deep grown, >ls. 5d. J. Fleay over Q-1 bale combing, Is. 7Jd. ; SSP over E-14 bales combing, Is. 9Jd. j ,13 do. do., Is. SJd. ; 4 lamb, Is. 7d. ; 3 pcs. locks, ,1?. 2£d. ; .* combing (damaged), Is. 3d! SSP over -EBP-t-12 bales combing, Is. 8¿d. ; 1 bale black and skin, Is. ; 1 bale greasy lamb, Is., 3d. ; 1 bale pieces, damaged, Is. ljd. SSP over EWP-6 bales combing, part lamb. Is. Sd. j 1 bale pieces, Is. SSP over P-4 bales greasy combing, vari- ons ^qualities, Is. l|d. SSP over EW-2 bales comb...

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

TSE "WEST AUSTRALIAN." A First-Class Bi-Weekly Newspaper PuBWSHixa Days : TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. Jt it the only paner in the colony published offener than once a week. TEEMS OF STJBSCBIPTION: 5s. pee QUABTEB; 20s. PEE ANNUM. THE quarters terminate on the 31st of March, 30th June, 30th September and Slat December, "at which periods ONLY eau Sub- scribers decline, by giving notice in writing, and paying the amount doe to the end of the quarter theo.current. Persons desirous of subscribing during the cur rency of a quarter will only be charged from the date; of their commencing, Subscribers who do not give written notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription ; and it is particulary requested that'persons forwarding notices for insertion will state the number of times they shall appear. Al an Advertising medium the "WEST AUS- TRALIAN' " offers special advantages, not possess- ed by any other Western Australian newspaper. It circulates largely throughou...

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

Shipping. Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navi- gation Company. REDUCTION of PASSAGE RATES to Europe . 1 1st Class to Southampton, £70 Do. to Bnndisi £66 2nd Class to Southampton, £45 Do. to Briudisi £40 To Commexce 10th February. 1 , WILLUM CLIFTON, As¡ent. Albany. 22nd January, 1880. ' [30.3.80. B1 Trade Addresses» G.F. WTLKXNSO& <fc CO. »EG to announce tha't they undertake Sales J by Auction in any p art of the o olony. Account Sales, with proceeds rendered im mediately after Sales. They would particularly ¿raw tha attention of Squatters and Farmers to th.e fact that they sell on commission all kinds oi Fan i Produce, thereby enabling gentlemen to obtari a quick return for the same in CASH, withou t the ex I pense of coming into town to seek for pt irchaserg. G. F. W. & CO., also diaw attention to their House and Estate Agency. A Registvj f of Pro- perty to LET or to be SOLD being kept,. gentle- men have every facility afforded them oi " SELL- ING, BUYING...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 June 1880

? PUBLIC. MEETING AT GUILDFORD. A public meeting of ratepayers and others interested in the town of Guildford was held in the» Court-house on Monday evening, the loth inst. for the adoption of steps towards memorial- ising His Excellency the Governor regarding the proposed direction of tlie railway line as now surveyed through that town. The meeting which was presided over hy Mr. Chester, the acting-chairman of the municipality, was very infiuentially attended. Among those who oc- cupied seats on the platform were Mr. J. G. Leo Steere, the member elect for the district, Mr. E. A. Brockman, the late member, Dr. Waylen, Mr. James Morrison, Messrs. Hamersley, Mr. Charles Harper, Mr. Sept. Burt, Mr. Hooley, etc. . The Chairman having announced the object of the meeting, Mr. Moerisost said, inasmuch as at the last monthly meeting of the municipal council he had drawn attention .to the direction which the railway line; as at present surveyed and gazetted, would traverse the town, entailin...

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THE SUPERINTENDENT OF ROADS IN REPLY TO MR. CLARKSON AND THE "WEST AUSTRALIAN." [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 June 1880

THE SUPERINTENDENT OF ROADS IN REPLY TO MR. CLARKSON AND THE « WEST AUSTRALIAN.". Having been informed that the Superintendent of Roads had prepared a report addressed to the Commissioner of Works commenting upon Mr. Bkenabd Clabksoi.'s letter which lately appeared in our columns, and upon editorial re- marks with which that letter m as accompanied -we considered, that in justice to Mr. Hig man, his side of the story should be made known, and accordingly obtained His Excel- lency the Govkhxoe's sanction to the publica- tion of the report-in our columns. . ;. , Mr. JrliG-UAîr ' disputes our assertion that u dissatisfaction is expressed on all sides." If Mr. Higmax had the opportunities for ascer- taining the correctness of this statcmont which we, unfortunately, so amply possess, wo, think he would have confined himself to showing the groundlessness of a dissatisfaction, the extend- ed nature of which is undoubted. No doubt the various Roads Boards will fur- nish us with information ...

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THE LABOUR QUESTION IN VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 June 1880

THE LABOUR QUESTION IN TIC-" TORIA Perhaps the recent revival of thejdea that we might do something towards obtaining a supply of much wanted labour from the neighbouring colonies, was partly due to the fact that in somo of them, in Victoria more particularly, the working man is ap- parently at a discount, and has in many in? stances to look to the State for support. Such a state of things would naturally lead the observer to infer, that men whose for- tunes have fallen so low as to compel them to seek,assistance from Government, and to induce them to take up stone-breaking on Government relief works as a means of support, would be ready enough to exchange their present precarious existence-if only the opportunity were given them-for one in which suitable employment could always be insured. The news by last mail, how- ever, must disabuse the mind of any such impression. "We find the extraordinary phenonieHon'pf Melbourne filled wi$h work- men unemployed, clamouring for wages, and br...

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OCCASIONAL NOTES. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 June 1880

OCCASIONAL NOM LOCAL Aim GENERAL, '¡t. The Legislative Council will meet for the despatch of business on Monday the loth July, at 2 p.m. The meeting was originally fixed for Mon? ' day the 12th, as we announced m our last iasne,' but ' on Tuesday morning the date was altered, as it was' j found that the necessary printing could not he com- pleted by the 12th. :, *""-"""" u jj1 Tick Postmaster-General notifies that i ia.» order to expedite the letter deliveries m the city,"' persons desirous of obtaining their correspondence , from the General Post Office, will, from and after , the 1st July next, be required to give notice of such ! wish in writing, when the letters will remain until' called for, otherwise they will not be procurable * until the town .delivery is. made.. This rule does not apply to the letters by either the English or Colonial Mails, which will be delivered at the wiri. ! dow for two hours after the mails are sorted, as at 'present. ' " Mb. Aefbed E. Bubt has been a...

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