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VALEDICTORY ADDRESS TO HIS HONOR THE CHIEF JUSTICE BY THE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 January 1883

VALEDICTORY ADDRESS : : TO, '' HIS HONOR THF CHIEF0 ? - i JUSTICE BYTHE BAR'. ' ?'Just before the conclusion of the1- only case heard in the Supreme Courtthismorn- -??) ing the Bar assembled in' nearly full, force, each, practisine barrister beinc Tirpan-ht. -i-r* full legal dress. There were present, the Hon. the Acting Attorney General (Mr. E. A. , Stone);, the-Acting Grown Solicitor! (Mr. Gep;%Leake) ; 'together ^vitH Messrs! S. H. ' Parker, SirBurt, E. SholirGeo. Parker, F. M. I Stone', F. A. Moseley, and J. F. Harper. The%cting Attorney General, rising -with - the whole Bar/jtddressed the Chief : Justice as follows :-^Your Honor;- as this is theilast ' occasioniupontwhich you will, preside over \ this Court, I; desire upon behalf of- the^ Bar: ... to I express !? our. appreciation of'the kindly. ,. feeling.you-.haye. ever exhibited towards,- us, -? .and the constant courtesy with.. which you ? have, always , treated,, us.; ., .Through ..the' - impartiality ,-wthrwhicli,you have...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 January 1883

; CABLE TELEG^ (associated press teleqrams.) LONDON-, January 3. | Douglas Brown has been appointed pro fessor of chemistry at Auckland University, and George Walker, second wrangler of Cambridge, professor of mathematics. Profound grief 'is manifested by all classes throughout the French provinces at the death of M. Gambetta. The French royalist press are jubilant at his death, and felicitates adherents of their party on the removal of one who has ever' been a most uncompromising and formidable obstacle to the realisation of their objects. Commodore Erskirie, of H.M.S. Nelson, has been appointed an Aide-de-Camp to the Queen. While three bailiffs were seizing proporty under a distress warrant in the County of Tipperary they were attacked by a large body of persons, who offered them personal violence. The bailiffs resisted, and one' assailant was killed. The condition of things in Armenia is very disquieting. The Mohammedan section of the community bitterly' resent the aggressive con...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE NEWMARRACARRA STUD SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 January 1883

THE NEWmArRACARBA 8TJJD ' As announced inj our- issue -oE?yestera'ay' the auction of Mr.jBrown's stucthorses held 'fey:Mr. Morrison at his yards, at. Guildford passed off very successfully' to both 'seller and buyer. Soon after the - arrival: of the mid-day train,, from Perth purchasers^rq-; ceeded to inspect the herd, the majority of which were in . excellent .condition, ;an$7in general appearance, as to breeding, &C, 'likely to take the fancy of any 'horsey' spectator.. .-, After .refreshments * had .-.been ? partaken ' of — the arrangements ' connected with the £aiering having been, left in the hands 'of Host Wheatley, who provided an excellent spread — the auctioneer, Mr. James Morrison, ascended the platform and opened up, business by offering a few very ..fair animals, whichj he explained, were not ? catalogued, owing to Mr. Brown being .unable to ^guarantee their pedigrees. The auction proceeded, and7as each mare . or horse was put up her or his pedigree and performan...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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" SAVE ME , FROM MY FRIENDS." TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 January 1883

' SAVE ME , FROM MY FRIENDS.' TO THE EDITOR. Sin, — The old Spanish proverb was never more applicable than to the leader in the West Australian of Friday last. The private communications which pass so recularlv between the offices of Her Majesty's Secre tary for the Colonies and of the editor of that paper, have enabled your, for the first time, plain-speaking contemporary to make revelations which may well startle if they do not confound its readers: — who are, to use its favorite phraseology, neither inspired nor behind the scones, viz. : — 1. That the Colonial Secretary has always been loyal to his chief ; 2, that he has been accused to the superior authorities of disloyalty by his chief ; 3, that this has been the result of intrigues permitted, if not encouraged, by that chief ; 4, that, to mark approval of his conduct by the superior authorities, he has been promoted. But, as usual with the West Australian, the main factor in the calculation is omitted, viz., that the chief, wh...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT — CRIMINAL SIDE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1883. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 January 1883

LAW INTELLIGENCE. 8VPREMJB COURT -± CRIMINAL 'SIDM ; SATUBDAY, AjATidART 5r '1883. ; (Before; His, Honor the. LGhief~ Justice.] *- The Court opened ,at ten' minutes past ;eleyeno'aoct:';,;f-J ---;;'^ «'!;-'-'Vi I lvi ?'JcUTTIN'Gj'ANb w6TTNpiN'Gi;'''--'J'J,c* John' Heai- was cKarcred with'ihavm2'.' at Fremantle, on the 23rd ^Octilast^ caused his 'i wif ie;. Mary Heap,.: grievous bodily harm, by cutting her with a knife. , .\ i The Acting Crown -Solicitor (Mr. Geo. Leake), prosecuted;on-behalf pfithe.;, Crown; and the prisoner, who ,was not defended by .counsel,' pleaded ''n&t guilty.''''' ;*?.''* t:!;u*': t--Orie of the jurymen 'wtio' was';scalled:;was excused from attendance.by His -Honor on the' ground of indisposition, 'and after tho learned counsel had opened the case the fol lowing evidence was taken, after P. C. Mur ray had left tho Court, at the prisoner's re quest. ; -, , -i !?-?''? ??--:?.''?? --(?/?-.. ?-,?: ?'? r ?? ? -:' Mary Heap deposed : I live at Fremantle, an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 January 1883

SALE OF VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FtJRNITUBffi, WINES, STORES, HORSES, SADDLERY, -fec., &* pOURTHOPE & CO., are favored with \j instructions from Lord Gifford to soil by public auotion, at their Mart, Hay Street (whero the goods will bo removed for convenience of Bale), on FRIDAY, 19th JANUARY, 1883— Tha whole of his DRAWING and DINING ROOM FURNITURE, com prising Sofa, Tables, Easy and other Chairs, Dinner Waggon, Carpets, two improved Duplex Lamps, Gla3s Vaaos and Baskets, Painted Saueera and Flower Pots, Blue Curtains, Forks, bpoons, Table Cloths, Egg Basket, Egg Cups, Checso Dish, Books, Door Mats. TABLE GLASS, specially imported and of superior quality, comprising Champagne, Soda Water, Claret, Liqueur and Wine Glasses, Tumblers, Goblet, Decanter-, Claret Jug, Jam-pots with lids, Pickle Bottles, Ico Pail and Spoon, Ico Plates, Finger Glasses, Bowls, Fruit DiBh. BED-ROOM FURNITURE, com prising Washatands, Chamber Sets, India Rugs, Towel Horses, Looking Glasses, Iron Beds...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 January 1883

........ ? ? . ???:??? ; _ y Three-room Cottage Furnished ;. ''?':. ????;'.:.:l,^6riB33?:iDc-. ; ..????? ....--?.,- ... .?;;.,; .,-....,... For .Mfrr ' ' ? ^;; Siend for detailed Furniture Catalogue, whicli will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-foorn Cottage; Furnished % '? :^ '? . '^pprJe^V^M^.^ ] '- ? ; :;;';:, '../* For£6i3,or ???: ::. ; ;, ?? Ilorr£84;i;I-v;ti;-;.. '? :' '?—-;_ ? Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on applicaiion. Fiverroom Cottage Furnished . ,-7 ' ; ;, ' '' For £95, or ?:?;-?-?'. ?;.':?;/?;:,? ?. ^Or £152; W . ;.-, ;: . For £202. - ..;??..: - Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, -which j will be forwarded Post Free on applicatipn* d ? P * * td h 7 7 iks ' MouS)!ii9gs, SkirtiagS; Architraves, §bo|» Couutci's, and Shop Fittings. FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN Hattrasses, Palliasses,' SPRING BEDS, COUCHES. .;; ' .;ii !*' | . ' ? ; F;Rt:NCH;f QLISHERS. ... — ^ — - CARVEKSj PICTURE FRAMERS; ?????? OS 3...H ? g- ^ ???S--W CO...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 January 1883

T HE M A I L S . 3*e at G.P.O., Perth ?.—'From England, fte. i Jan. 20 and Feb. 3. From Eastern ??lonies, Jan. 13. Despatched from G.P.O., Perth .-—For ?hgjLand, &c, Jan. :20 and Feb. 3. For Eastern Coloniejs, Jan. 12: . .

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. SAILED—JANUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 January 1883

— '.'''.'.«-*','. , ?' IfilOBT. OF FREMANTLi; a AILED— January 7. DAY DAWN, barque, for Port Adelaide. i.. Januart 8. ROB ROT, ateamer, England, for Albany, *iA Bunburv and Vasse. Passengers— For Albany': Messrs. Helmich, Moir, Williams, Pane,' Durack, Manuel, Pentecost, Kil foyle, Primadvise, Mr. Lilly and 2 children j aad seven steerage. For Bunbury : Mrs. Mifia and Master Paisley, Mr and Mrs. Hialop, Misses Burns, Mitchell, Caporn, Messrs. Wheeler, Fielder, Paisley; and, five ateerage. For Vasse : Misses Lefroy, Moore (4), and Master Moore, Mr. Mason, aad Mr. and Mrs. Back. PUBLIC SHIPPINa TELEGRAMS. GERALDTON. — Arrived: Jan. 7,tFlower dale', sch., from Port Darwin, via Port Walcptt. ? ' BUNBURY. — Arrived: Jan. 8,4;20 a.m., Rob: Roy, s., from Fremantle. Sailed : Jan. 6, Armistice and Phoenix, bqes., for Port Adelaide ; Jan. 8, 8-40 a.m., Rob Roy, s., for Albany. . . ' BREMER BAY. — Arrived: Jan. 7, Agnes, sch., from Albany. Sailed: Jan. 7, Agnea, sch., for Mary Ann Harbor. , MI...

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MEMORANDA FOR JANUARY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 January 1883

MEMORANDA FOR JANUARY 9. Sun: Rises, 5*6 j sets, 7*9: New Moon, 1-43 p.m. High , water, Gage's' Roads— morning, 8/29; afternoon, 8*51.

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NOTES FROM NORTHAMPTON. From our own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 January 1883

NOTES FROM NORTHAMPTON. From our own Correspondent. The Christmas festivities have all passed off satisfactorily. Midnight mass, on Christmas Eve, was celebrated at the R.C. chapel, by the Rev. B. Delany. The chapel was literally crowded to the .front entrance by persons of all denominations, who, in spite of differences of creed, seemed to accord in honoring the hour in which the Saviour was born. The sports on Boxing Day seemed to be all centred in the Northampton Races, which came off on the Nockaneena course. A special train ran from Geraldton and back the same day, bringing over a hundred passengers. A great number of these stayed in town, as ; there was 'not sufficient conveyance to land them on the race-course, which is about three miles from Northampton: However, a good many managed to find their way to the races, which were well attended. The day , fine, and d nice sea breeze was blowing; which made the events a little more-1 enjoy able than what they otherwise would have b...

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The Daily News. MONDAY, JANUARY 8 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 January 1883

MONDAY, JANUARY 8 1883. Thb absurd and antiquated barriers which have - for so ' long ? a ?*' xtime separated Equity an(l ' Common Law have at last been demolished in, Eng-. land by the passing of the New Pro cedure Act. Upon arriving here Mr. Wrenfordsley remodelled ,the legal procedure of this colony in a similar: manner, working upon the lines laid down'in the English' Act. .:By this means pur procedure 'has , 'not' only been assimilated, to that follpwe.dvin the Mother Country, but has also con siderably simplified legal practice, and,' what is to thepublic of far'mpre; ' im portance, very much reduced the cost of legal processes. . iPor ', this , His Honor* certainly - deserves, the -wai'in thanks of the community, and he /can. flatter himself that, short has been -his' time amongst us, he has stamped/his name indelibly .upon ?. qui;; legal con stitution. In spite of . this, however,' we think that, His Honoivboasted him self overmuch when,-, in taking his farewell of the: Bai-...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 January 1883

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. CHtTBCHMAN.—- The remains of the late Archbishop of Canterbury were interred, not in Westminster Abbey, contrary to expectation; but at Addington, in Surrey. The interment was so made, we believe, in deference to a wish expressed by the late prelate's friends.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 January 1883

'JTES.MS- FOB ADVERTISING IN THE ' i ,.-... DAILY yBWif. * For '? advertisements .relating to servants ?r tradesmen, wanted or -wanting, .engage joaonW, and leases to let or for 'Bale a chmxgo ?£ two shillings only will' be mode for all ?' notices not exceeding 4 lines, and 3d. for eaoh additional line for the first inpertion ; one-half rate, for each subsequent , in Bertion. Other advertisements not exceed ing 8 lines, 8b. 6d., and 3di each additional line, one-third rate only for subsequent insertions. ' Reduced ratea, by special ar rangement, for advertisements appearing for three months and upwards. ♦ ? PRICE ONE PENNY. WILL be published in Perth EVERY AFTERNOON, and forwarded to subscribers by the earliest convenience. Gopies may be had from the undermen tioned agents : — ( Mr. J. 3?. Fordhom. Premantle ... ^ Mr. R. Birch. Guildford ... ... Master . Salnsbury. Newcastle: ... — ,TM^E^Meaxe1!' 2Tortham ... ? ... Mr. G. Throssell. York ... ... Mr. Joseph1 Pyke. 'Vasee'r* . : ??? M...

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THE INTEREST QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 January 1883

THE INTEREST QUESTION. Sir,— The Rate of Interest Question must certainly be annoying to you ; but, as it has a public interest, I beg this last in sertion. I sent a copy of the Herald's, or, rather, of Mr. Briggs' solution of it, to the Melbourne University, and received a reply from Professor Nanson, Royal Society of Victoria, to the effect that ' there was an error in the last step.' That reply is in the Professor's own handwriting. I hold the letter. As, however, the lost J510' has not been dubbed up to the Orphanages, I shall retire from the quarrel — except there are any explanations you personally wish me to make.— I am, &c, : GEO. ROSSITER. Fremantle, 6lh January, 1883.

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ROTTNEST NATIVE PRISON AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 January 1883

ROTTNEST NATIVE PRISON AGAIN Sib,' — In your leading article last Friday you say : — ' A still graver piece of neglect is that, no proper Register of Deaths is kept on ithe ''Island. '.;A' prisoner dies and is buried; — there is an, end to him. No record is kept; of the cause of death — and inferen itally we learn no inquest is held upon the remains. This neglect is not only calcu lated to open the way to the most .danger ous^ abuses, but is also a direct ^violation of the'law.' , ; . ,: .;. ?? .-,?'?? ?-; !-,'? T^ith reference ,to this, .Sir, ,would.you , allow - 'me to ask (if ' it is ' - true lihat a few months ago a native prisoner.had his; break- fast— such as it was' — as 'usual, that he was dead 'at 8 a';m., and was ' under ground before nine, o'clock the same day? Also, if the: officials so mismanaged their farm-yard as to allow their, pigs to roam about, and if they were guilty of neglect in permitting the1 said pigs to root up the poor native's grave ? -If you cannot answe...

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A STRANGER'S IMPRESSIONS OF OUR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 January 1883

A STRANGER'S IMPRESSIONS     OF OUR FARMERS.     A gentleman from the ' other side,'' who ; has recently paid a visit to the corngrow ing districts of Western Australia, writes to one of the Melbourne papers as follows : —   ' Returning to Geraldton, I took a run out through the eastern pastoral districts, re turning by way of the well-known Green ough and Irwin Flats, which for the most part consist of a rich alluvial loam, and are the perfection of true farming country. The   Greenough Flats begin a few miles south east of Geraldton, and run southerly for about eighteen miles, by a width of from five to seven miles. Better land and worse'   farming I never saw, and I trust I never shall; Although the country has been         alienated from the Crown and under crop for from twenty to thirty years, will it be believed that at least a third of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 9 January 1883

TEEMS FOB ADVERTISING 1ST THE ' DAILY X.Bty&. f For advertisements, relating to servante ?r tradesmen wanted or -wanting1 ongage xaente, and leases to let or for sale* a charge i ?of two shillings only will be made for all notices not exceeding 4 lines, ? and 3d. for each, additional lino for the first insertion ; ; ©no.-half rate for each subsequent 'in- sertion. ; Other advertisements ' not exceed ing 8 lineB, 3s. Gd., and 3d. each additional line, one-third rate only for subsequent insertions. Reduced rates, by special ar rangement, for advertisements ? appearing for three months and upwards. ? Cfce ©ail]? #tto*r PRICE ONE PENNY. WILL be published in Perth EVERY AFTERNOON, and forwarded to Bubscribers by the earliest convenience. CopieB may be had from the undermen Honed agents:- ^ ^ ^^ Fremantle ... £ Mr. R. Birch. Guildford ? Master Sainsbury. Newcastle ... ... Mr.R.Meares. INortham ? Mr. G. Throssell. York . ... — Mr* Joseph. Pyto. 'Vasse' . ??? Mr. ?A- Eosseloty Bunbn...

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OUR PARIS LETTER. PARIS, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 9 January 1883

OUR PARIS LETTER. Paris, November 4. The ? anarchists, socialists, revolutionists, and other unenviable classifications, have been a. shade more calm these few days. Less dynamite has, been employed to convert the rich to sell all their goods and distribute them among the idle and the brainless. The threatening letters and the incendiary proclamations, however, display no falling off ; a good deal of these may be set down as jokes, unpleasant, but not at all serious. In the case of dynamite, the matter is different. Blowing up a restaurant, as at Lyons, or blowing down crosses and churches, as at ? Monteaules-mines, are concrete results. However, taking all in all, matters are not so bad as they seem. Evidently there is something— wrong, not rotten, in the state of Denmark. Some springs of the governmental machine have become weak, requiring lightening up or replacing-. When these kind of antics took place under empire or royalty, the repub licans were suspected, if not accused, of ...

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PERTH STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 9 January 1883

PEETH STATION. = ? 'Wkkday Tbains (to Fremantle). -r-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 Ouildford. — Dep. : 8.20 a.m., 12.50 p.m., 6 p.m. , From Fremantle. — Arr.: 8.9 a.m., 10.54 aim., 12.39, p.m., 4.9 p.m., 5.49 p.m., 10.49 p.m. From Ghiildford. — Arr. : 9.19 a.m., 1.54 p.m., 6.59 p.m. Sunday Trains (to 'Fremantle). — Dep. : 3.50 p.m., 9.50 p.m. From Fremantle. — Arr. : 2.39'P.m., 9.39 p.m.

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