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CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 6 July 1880

CITY COUNCIL. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Oity Council was.held in the Town Hall on Friday evening, the 2nd inst. Present-Crs. Smith (in the chair), Stone, Letch, Vincent, Sholl, Backshall, Waldock, Jewell, and Summers. Accounts Passed. The following accounts ware audited and passed for payment : City Press, printing copies of revised bye-laws, £1 9s. ; Alfred Dearden, carting, £24 18s. ; J. Bowra, attending to Town Hall clock, £2 10a. ; illuminating same on Queen's Birthday,' £1 ; M. Wallia, repairs, £9 11s. ; J. D. Bridges, blacksmith's repair«, £3 4s. 6d. ; Michael Murphy, making footpaths, etc., £20 14s. 8d. ; F. F. Armstrong, commis- sion, £8 1Ö3. ; Willum Smith, lighting Mill street lamps, £2 ; G. Lazenby, salary,. £8 6s. 8d. ; petty cash, 9s. 8d. ; J. Fletcher, stone breaking, £3 3s. ; T. Halliday, supervisor, sal- ary, £10 ; C. McNess, lamps, £2 0s. 9d. ; J. A. Halliday, carpenter's work, £2 6s. ; W. Lau- rence, senr., trunking, £6 ; E. ^"ay Courthope, 20 caaes keros...

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THE NOVELIST. A RUSSIAN KING LEAR. [From the German of Ivan Turgenjev.] (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 6 July 1880

THE NOVELIST. A RUSSIAN KING LEAR. J TFrom the German of Ivan Turgénjer.] * (Continued.) .. And he calls himself a warrior !" Souvenir began again ; " says he fought in the year '12 for the freedom of his coun- try, and showed his bravery. Oh, yes ! We can pull the breeches off half frozen marauders, but when a chip of a girl shows displeasure, and stamps the ground with her foot, our own breeches become the very appropriate receptacle of our heart !" "Souvenir!" I shouted again. Char lov now cast a sidelong glance at him ; he did not seem to have noticed him before ; my exclamation directed his attention to the miserable creature's presence. " Take care what you are about my boy," he murmured hoarsely-" take care you don't get into trouble," Souvenir only laughed himself into fits. "Oh! how you did frighten me, most honored friend ! How terrible you are ! If only you would deign to comb out your hair a little ; if you don't, it will dry up aa it is, and no comb will get through it,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 6 July 1880

Steam to Champion Bay. THE s.a. ROB ROY will be despatched, as above, _,on TUESDAY, July 6th, >t 3 p.m. JAMES LD1LY & CO., Agents. Fremantle, June 29th, 1880. Steam to Albany, via Bunbury and Vasse, with the Second Fortnightly JULY English -" 'fflaili . ' , ».? ..¿~~~~.-~~~.~~~. m HE s.S. ^Jalls asjabové; oh MONDAY, July 12, at 3-30 p.m. - Ü^----^AMES-EHffrY-arCO.-i,--- ?--? >t.t¡}i, ...Agents. Fremantle, June 29; 188Ô; ' Nolictíífeí Jmpprtersi Shippers, and Passengers. '"* 6¿jf Oil ¿(.¡ii vi;:..; ? ? ' ..? . ; j,; '.?>ww-iml^.Li.' '- J, ; iV/li.V,. ?ritjnHE.Rteamaliip.OTWAY will " îfiaKaiW < . ? ! >?è«aine &e trading from A|^KB(|^¿Melb¡purñe via. .Adelaide to 'Air. -^^Bffi?«£i:bany ûx^.pice.^ versai va.hereto-, fcîo^ivFr^lJAtéjaaiPêr. advertisement :' lelîres''M«lfoilrne,"= SATURDAY; July :17th. Leave Adelaide; WEDNESDAY, July 2lsfc ,dit..-i »i .%»? JAMES LILLY* CO.; ^ iV'r« n!iiqfn¡* *:>. Lr-s \:z;-. -.';A«'ents.i .""??"?' .:?.. »^ntáhtfe'...

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OCCASIONAL NOTES. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 6 July 1880

OCCASIONAL NOTES. " LOCAL AND GENERAL. It seems that we have not even yet come to the end of the melancholy disclosures in regard to our financial condition, to which wo have become accustomed of late. Not long ago we stated that the result of a careful investigation which had lately been made, showed that the defieit at the end of last year was-including outstanding liabi- lities-about ¿£56,000. Now we find that there is still more to learn, still more of a gloomy nature winch subsequent investigation has disclosed, and that when His Excellency the Governor makes his speech to the House we shall all of us open our eyes. We should not be in the least surprised to learn that subséquent investigations havo shown that £10,000 or .£15,000 must be added to the deficit, which a short time ago we stated had been fixed at ¿£56,000. Sir William Eobinson will no doubt have an opportunity of making, when he meets the Council, as sensational a finance speech as Sir Harry Ord made before him. Hi...

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THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. VIGILANS ET AUDAX PERTH, TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1880. HISTORY OF THE ROAD LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 6 July 1880

TSE F ViaiLAXs et Audax 16 PERTH, TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1SS0. HISTORY OP THE ROAD LOAN. The country is disposed to he quite suffici- ently hard upon the Government in regard to the hitherto mismanagement of the Road Loan expenditure : it is not in the least necessary to aggravate ill-feeling by mak- ing accusations that are untrue. In a re- cent so-called ' History of the Road Loan ' several statements appear which are devoid of «foundation, and which it would be injus- tice on our part to overlook. The writer commences with characteristic sneers at our late Governor, and goes on to say that Sir Harry Ord, as soon as he had ob- tained the sanction o£ Council and Colonial Office to the Road Loan, ignored tho condi- lli tiona on which he obtained it from the o* Legislature-thereby committing a gross breach of faith towards the representatives of the people ; humiliated the Roads Boards, by preventing them from doing anything to the main roads without seeking instructions from the Supebiste...

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INTER-COLONIAL. FURTHER PATICULARS RELATING TO THE CAPTUBE OF THE KELLY GANG OF OUTLAWS. [We ara indebted to a correspondent at Albany, for the following telegram (received through Reuter's agency), affording farther particulars of the capture of the Kolly bushrangers.] [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 6 July 1880

INTER-COLONIAL. FURTHER PARTICULARS RELAT- ING TO THE CAPTURE OF THE KELLY GANG OF OUTLAWS. [We are indebted to a correspondent at Albany, for the following telegram (received through Reuter's agency), affording farther particulars of the capture el the Kelly bushrangers.] On Saturday night, June 28, Byrne (one of the gang) decoyed a selector named Sher- rit, from his hut, and shot him dead, out of revenge for having given information to the police as to their movements. Four armed policemen were in the hut at the time. These the gang ordered to surrender, but they refused, remaining prisoners for twelve hours. Meanwhile the gang endeav- oured to return to their haunts. Arriving at Glenrowan, midway, and fearing pur- suit, they summoned the station-master and the plate-layers to tear up the line, which they were compelled to do. They were in possession of the township all day on Sun- ay, and imprisoned forty people in the hotel which they occupied. At 3 o'clock on Monday morning, po...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 6 July 1880

The West Australian               A First-Class Bi weekly Newspaper             Published days Tuesdays and Fridays       J/ jw./Jifc,j&lfy ¿)tíoÜr í«if ÍA<í colony {published QTJABTEB;^; PE» ANNUM,:               THE .quarter*» terminote on the 31st of Mareil, 30th June; 30thj September and Sltfcö^rabjBnj^whjch.pwpda ONÍ.Y can Sub? »cribéis decline, by ; giviug ho^içeja'writing, and Sying the amount* due ' to ttie'énd of'the'quarter' en'cúi-rent.                     Persons désirons of'subscribing daring the ¿ni Tt^yotA!yiatix¡t''yñ\l:au\y' b...

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FARM AND STATION. INTERNATIONAL WOOL SHOW. REPORT OF SPECIAL COMMITTEE APPOINTED BY THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ON THE EXHIBITS. [From the Town and Country Journal.] (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 9 July 1880

INTERNATIONAL WOOL SHOW.. IÎEroirr of Special Committee ArroixTED hy the Aghicultcral Society of.New Sourn Wales, ox the Exhibits. [From the Toicn and Cotintry Journal.] [Continued.) The origin of the South Australian flocksis some- what obscure, and we have been unable to obtain a history of the early introductions of sheep into that colony, and of subsequent importations. The issue of this report was delayed considerably in making these inquiries, and it is to be regretted that the information could not be obtained, as it would have been highly interesting to find by what proceas of breeding this ¡marked type of heavy fleece has been obtained. With th« exception of .Queensland, it may be said that all the colonies show a distinctive type in.the character of the merino wools they exhibit. .Origin- ally, with the exception of the Tasmanian, the sheep were more or leas the progeny of tho old Camdon flocks. The latter have not only been improved upon by continued importations from Sax...

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" THE NOVELISTS." [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 9 July 1880

" THE NOVELISTS Owing to a pressure of advertisements, received at a late hour, The Novelist is unavoidably crowded out.

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 9 July 1880

TO CORRESPONDENTS. No notice can be" taken oE anonymous communications. Every letter must be accompanied by the name and ad- dress of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. We in all cases claim the right to abbreviate or correct communications. Unless accompanied by a stamped envelope, we cannot guarantee the return of declined MSS. * " Correspondents who persist in writing on both sides of the l>aper, in violation of our rule, cannot expect their com- munications to be published. *

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THE ROADS BOAKDS AND THE GOVERNMENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 9 July 1880

THE EOADS BOAKDS AND THE GOVERNMENT. To the Editor of the West Australian. Dear Sir,-I should feel obliged if you would be good enough to publish in your paper the accompanj'ing letter, which has been addressed to me by direction of His Excellency tho Go- vernor, and which, in my opinion, renders more explicit the conditions under which the Hoads Boards arc invited to cooperate with the Cen- tral Board. His Excellency having decided that the Loan money for roads must be expended under the supervision and control of the Central Board, and that no money shall be issued except in compliance with these conditions, it would, I think, under these circumstances, be an advan- tage to the Hoads Boards to re-consider the determination at which many of them have arrived, to hold aloof from affording any assist- ance to the Central Board. And I am free to confers that, as a member of the Central Board, it would afford me much pleasure to feel that I was working in unison with the wishes of the ...

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HOW TO MAKE US GO AHEAD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 9 July 1880

HOW TO MAKE US GO AHEAD. To the Editor of the West Australian. Sir,-It has been observed in one of your I contemporaries that there are only two policies open for us as a colony to adopt, in order to j extricate ourselves from the disgraceful and unbusinesslike muddle into which our finances have drifted of late years. One is the adoption ] of a timid, parsimonious, and hesitating policy, with no future to look forward to-but j the extinction of our present liabilities and their contingencies ; the other, a plucky, specu- lative course, founded on honest grounds, and guided with determination and discretion. With , those two courses only open, which should wo adopt ? I go for the latter ; and I would have very little anxiety as to the result, provided due '? care and caution were exercised. We are over | 50 years old, and have done little as a country, but muddle away the time, and, as we get hard up, borrow a little, and then again a little more, -generally to pay our debts, instea...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 9 July 1880

Trade Addresses. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!!! -? 0 Wafts " On the Mind," is a work of great importance, but " What's on the Feet" is of greater. BOOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS! Just Arrived. BOOTS!!! WINTER BOOTS ! WINTER BOOTS ! WINTER BOOTS! WINTER BOOTS ! WINTER BOOTS ! WINTER BOOTS ! WINTER BOOTS ! WINTER BOOTS ! WINTER BOOTS! WINTER BOOTS ! WINTER BOOTS ! WINTER BOOTS! WINTER BOOTS ! WINTER BOOTS ! WINTER BOOTS! WINTER BOOTS ! WINTER BOOTS ! WINTER BOOTS! OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. OP EVERY DESCRIPTION. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. OF EVERY" DESCRIPTION. TO SUIT ALL CLASSES. TO SUIT ALL CLASSES. TO SUIT ALL CLASSES. TO SUIT ALL CLASSES. TO SUIT ALL CLASSES. TO SUIT ALL CLASSES. The undersigned beg to announce that they have just received a large and vabied ship- ment of Ladies1, Gents', and Childrens' Boots, suitable for the Winter Season, combining the qualities of Ease, Elegance, and Comfort. .-o T. & S. beg to state for the information of the p...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS.—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 9 July 1880

SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS.-FREMANTLE. July 5.-s.S. ROB BOY, Craig, from Albany. Passengers - Mr. Ail kin, Mr. Campbell, Mr. Broadhurst, Mr. Mackenzie, Miss Seabrook, Mr. Staines, Mrs. Moloney and children (3), Mr. W. Forrest ; also 6 in the steerage. 6.-SWAN, cutter, Makaals, from Bunbury. 7.- ROBERT MORRISON, barque, Davies, from London, witb cargo and a few nominated immi- grants. DEPARTURES. July 6.-s.S. ROB ROY, Craig, for Champion Bay. Passengers-Miss Eves, Miss Silcox, Miss Commerford, Mr. and Mrs. Souster, Miss Cowan, Mr. Campbell, Mr. Aitkin, Master Commerford; also 4 in the steerage. 7.-BELLE OF BUNBURY, Stewart, for Bun- bury.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 9 July 1880

SHEEP WANTED A BOUT 700 or 80Ö ^OUNG EWES, Q_ 2, 4, "and 6 tooth. "* Delivered either before or after shearing. Address A. R. RICHARDSON, Lowlands, Serpentine, July 7th. For Sale-W. A." Bank Shares. WENDERS will be received by the under. 1 signed up to MONDAY, the 2nd Au.' gust next, for purchase of 20 shares in thö West Australian Bank. THOMAS BURGES. Perth, 7th July, 1880. Western Australian Bank.. NOTICE is hereby given that the Half. j early General Meeting of the pro- prietor, of this establishment will be held attlio Bank premises, Perth, on WEDNES- DAY, the 14th day of July next, at noon precisely, for the purpose of receiving the Diiectois' repoit and declaiing a Dividend /or the half-year ; also for the electio'n of two Directois, in the room of that number going out in rotation ; and for the transaction of general business in connection with the affairs of the Corporation. PRAS. LOCHEE, Manager, June 16th, 1880, .

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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ALBANY, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 9 July 1880

(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) Albany, July 7. Arrived,-P. & O. Co.'s mail steamer Hydaspe» from Galle at 1 a.m. Passenger for this colony Mr. Reilly. Sailed for the Eastern Colonies at 5

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MAIL INDICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 9 July 1880

MAIL INDICATIONS. A white and red flag hoisted at the Town Hall indicates the arrival at Albany of the mail steamer from Europe. A Wtw fendint hoisted at the Town Hall notifies the arrival at Albany of the mails from the East irn Colonies. A square red flag hoisted at the Town Hall indi- cates the arrival of extra-colonial mails at the General Post Office.

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"JUSTICE" REPLIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 9 July 1880

"JUSTICE" REPLIES. To the Editoh of the West Australian. Sir,-I notice in your issue of the 20th June, a communication headed "Northam Table Talk," first charging the police with neglect of duty, then comparing one of our respectable licensed public houses to a 'low drinking den.' Which tavern it is your correspondent refers to, I am at a loss to say-probably it is the one close to the police station-where the process of "lambing down" (as the writer of ' Table Talk ' calls it) was beiug carried on. What the disgusting sights and sounds that he complains of are, I cannot imagine, for I- - who do not live many hundred yards distant from either public house-have not seen nor heard of anything for many months past that would call for the interference of the police, or give the licensed houses a disreputable name. The police are always ready when wanted, and often when not wanted ; they do their duty well, and perhaps too well for the writer of ' Northam Table Talk.' Is it because the o...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 9 July 1880

Steam to Albany, via Bunbury and Vasse, with the Second Fortnightly JULY English Kails. ;_ UIE s.a. - ROB ROY, .«aila as above, on MONDAY, July 12, at 3-30 p.m. JAMES LILLY & CO., Agenta. Fremantle, Jane 29,1880. Notice to Importers, Shippers, ,r-~ and passengers. mHE steamship OTWAY will X resume the trading from ^Melbourne via Adelaide to Al- bany and vice versa, as hereto- fore. Freights as per advertisement: Leave Melbourne, SATURDAY, July 17th. Leave Adelaide, WEDNESDAY, July 21st. JAMES LILLY & CO., Agents. Fremantle, July 29,1880. HEIGHT »ATES PEE OTWAY and BOB EOT: Melbourne to Albany ... <? Do. to Vasse, Bunbury Fremantle. Do. to Champion Bay Adelaide to Albany Do.-te--Vasse, Bunbury, Fremantle ... Do. to Champion Bay. 40s. , JAMES LILLY & CO., Agents. Fremantle, June 29,1380. Ordinary Goods. Per ton, 35s. and ... 40s. ... 40b. ... 30s. and) 35s, ?*&A MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 1880. IN order that the general official cata...

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REVIEW. REPORT ON THE FOREST RESOURCES OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA, BY BARON FERD, VON MUELLER, K.C.M.G., M.D., F.L.S., F.R.S., GOVERNMENT BOTANIST OF THE COLONT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 9 July 1880

REVIEW. Report on the Forest Resources of Western Australia, by Baron Feed, von Mueller, K.C.M.G., M.D., F.L.S., F.R.S., Government Botanist of the colont of Victoria. We have already given a passing notice of this work in the columns of the West Austra- lia)!, but we should do injustice to our es- timate of its great importance to this colony, if something further werenotdone with aview toin troduee it inore particularly to our fellow colonists, and thus give expression to our gratitude to the able botanist who has devoted so much time and care to the illustration, and prospective main- tenance of our forest resources. We therefore propose to give an outline of the contents of the work, and to offer some-remarks which, we trust, may induce those who have not already made themselves acquainted with it to loose no time iu doing so. The report is divided into four parts : (I).-The spontaneous forest resources of Western Australia. (2).-Chemical and mi- croscopical examination of Eucal...

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