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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 26 January 1883

JLETT^^^vJQ THE EDJTtmi ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. A Cohkhspondknt aaaurcB usi of the apparent distaste house-flies exhibit for the' castor-oil plant. A few twigs hung up here and there, he says, is quite sufficient to clear any number of these peste from the house in a very short space of time. This, if found to be correct, will be welcomed as very good news indeed to housewives in this colony, whose patience is sorely tried by the ' fly nuisance' at this season of the year. We have also heard that the castor oil tree is inimical to many forms of insect life, including the grasshopper, ',- which, it is said, dies directly it comes within its in fluence. , : A Gardiner, Canning, wishes 'to obtain some information respecting the training of tomato vines. One the simplest methods is to drive in stakes at an angle of 45 deg., and nail or lash to these light poles of any kind; in the absence of poles use. .wire. The whole object is to so place the vineB that they can be reached on all s...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 26 January 1883

NOTICE. '? ?'????? ' MS. H. Q. DAVIS has been appointed' Collector and Canvasser for, the Inqoirkb arid DaiIiY News newspapers. A in Perth and Fremantle. ? .. ;; ' ' ' V MR. S. B. DEVENISH has been ap pointed Collector .at Guildford. , ? , .. ,v ? ; STIRLING 'BROS. ' '' Pevth, Jan. 26,. 1883. . . ;. .'_ ... ,...(

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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THE GOVERNOR'S DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 26 January 1883

V : ? ? ??? .1 - ?? . ? V,- -j ? ? vTHEl GOVERNORS '..DEPARTURE.. Tne following orders connected with the departure of His Excellency the Governor have been issued to commanders of Volun teer Corps by the Inspecting Field Officer: — Guards of Honor ; to His Excellency the Governor will be furnished by the Volun teer.Troops, as follows :— The Metropolitan Rifles will furnish a; Guard of Honor (of 1 Captain, 2 Subalterns, and a'100Rankand Fileand Band), at the Town Hall,' on Wed nesday, the 31st instant, at 6 '45 p.m. Again at the Town Hall on Saturday, the 3rd proximo, at 2*45 p.m.; and; immediately after receiving His Excellency at the Town Hall the Guard of Honor will proceed to the Railway Station, and embark in the car riages that will be tpld off for them by the Transport Officer, and proceed to Fremantle. On. arrival at Fremantle the Metropolitan, Guard of Honor will disembark' as rapidly as possible, and be formed up on either side of the road afc 10 paces interval, commencing...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Daily News. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 26 January 1883

? } ?? . i . - . ! .... : FRIDAY /JANUARY: 26,,' 1883; The case of Charles CoTe^ who was condemned to death at the last Grim iual Sessions for the murder of a woman named Christina Burkenshaw, ?t| one of the most curious on record. The man was, as it is well known, tried before a jury, Vmt owing to the Crowu having omitted ; to produce collateral evidence to prove that ., one of the wit nesses, who might have been supposed to have hud some motive, for commit ting the deed, was far away from the spot where the murder was committed, tbev were unable to agree, and the prisoner whs pat back for . .re-trial. Under' the cirbumstauces we should not have been surprised, if the first jurv had returned a verdict of ' not guilty.' There'was then; a doiibfc, a' very grave doubt indeed, as to Cole's guilt, and in ..both .law and justice he ?was clearly; entitled to the \ benefit of that doubt, aud beyond all;question he wfcald hav.a been acquitted had not soRie of the jury been firmly persuaded1...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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THE PRESBYTERIAN DRAFT MEASURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 26 January 1883

THE, PRESBYTERIAN DRAFT . ; MEASURE. Sib, — It is extremely kind of ' Church man' to ,put himself to, the inconvenience of studying the proposed draft measure for incorporating the Trustees of the Presbv terian Church- oft Perth, and. suggesting, through your journal, the necessary amend ments. To the Presbyterian Church ib is not a little flattering to, learn, on the authority of 'Churchman,' 'that the pro posed measure is so perfect 'as to contain ? only 'just three imperfectiona.'1' ' And I am of opinion that, had0' Churchman' read it through a second tihie,;; even -these -three : imperfections would have disappeared. Let us see. Imperfection first i 'Absence of power to appoint .successors, or to suspend or dismiss officers. ' Would '?Churchman' ',-?., read again, in paragraph first;,. these words : ^rThe present, minister and-elders^ .-?.-?.?».-«—' anil 'their successors in bfllce ..'...'. to have continuance aud succession for ever'? It is the Congregation,, not .the office-be...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED—January 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 26 January 1883

SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE.io ARRIVE!*— JANtTABY 25. ARGO, schooner, from; Sharks Bay, yi& Geraldton. '. ' . . .',;;'.'?'. public shipping; telegrams. ALBANY. — Sailed: Jan 25, 6 p.m., Macedon, s., for Fremantle. i , PORT ADELAIDE.— rArrived : Jan. 26, Day Dawn and Armistice, bqes., from Fre mantle. Sailed: Jan. 25, Claymore, ;bqe, for Fremantle. NEWCASTLE, N.S.W.— Sailed: Jan. 36, Malay, bqe., for Fremantle. .; MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The steamship Macedon left Albany, direct for Fremantle, at six o'clock last night, and may be expected to arrive early to-morrow forenoon. The Rob Roy, having to call at Vasse and Bunbury, will probably not arrive till the evening.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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W. H. SUMMERS' CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 26 January 1883

?W. Hi SUMMERS' CASE. Sib, — I read a 'letter in your issue of yesterday signed 'W. H. Summers,' in which the vwriter.has .made a mistake re specting my action : in; hia case, as. I succeed ed in obtaining for him from the Supreme Court an .order discharging him from his bankruptcy..— Your : obedient servant, JOHN HORGAN. Hay St., Jan. 24. , .

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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THE MILITARY ENTERTAINMENT AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 26 January 1883

THE MILITARYENTERTAINMEiitT AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE. , At the military dinner , given by His.Ex-. cellency Sir William Robinson last Wednes day evening, Colonel Angelo, in replying to the toast of ' Success to the Nolunteer Movement,' which was proposed by His Excellency the Governor, referred at length to the support and attention Sir William Robinson had given the Volunteer movement ever since His Excellency had been com mander of the forces of the colony. The gallant Colonel hoped that the movement would have as calm and able a supporter in Mr. Broome as he felt sure it had in Sir William Robinson. Everything had been done that could be done by His Excellency to popularise the Volunteer organization in this colony, and from experience he could say that had the same attention been given by the Governors of some of the other Aus tralian colonies to their various corps as had been bestowed by His Excellency upon volunteering in this colony, much dissatis faction, as well as the expendit...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 26 January 1883

JUST PCJBIilSHKD. THE : WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ALMANAC FOR 1883, Including a history of the colony of 'Western Australia, year to year, from the date of tho first Settlement, in 1826, to 1883. PRICE Is. 6d. STIRLING BROS./: Published N.B.— EARLY APPLICATION FOR COPIES NECESSARY. g- ; WANTED, a situation aa clerk or store-1' man; Good references. Apply by getter, W.C.T., Post Office, Guildford. A LAD who can keep accounts and make himself useful in a store, or otherwise, wishes for a situation in Perth. Good recommendation. Apply Inquirer office. WANTED, a situation, as a gardener and, general servant ; understands horses/' Apply by letter, W, Inquirer Office. WANTED, a smart lad, must.be able to read and write, to. deliver 'the Daily N«vea to subscribers at Fremantle. Good wages. Apply to J. F. FORDHAM;' ?' Agent., V. KENT FREE. WANTED, a steady man to take care of the property known aa the Alta: -.Gar-, dens. Fer particulars, apply 'at this office:' rpENDERS are invited for 300 CORDS X...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 26 January 1883

pabinet Makers, jrreiicli 3r©Iigli®re? and Upholsterers.-. JFhree-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £33, or . For £50. ? : ; !,;r-,,; ?/ , «, end for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished For £46, or For £63; or t , i: ' ;.k, . ? .; ; ' For £84. Send for /detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. ? Five-room Cottage Furnished ?. ?-.'' r For £95, or . ;c' ? For £152, or : For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, wiicb will be forwarded Post. IJree on application. K t I'' h 3 m SMITH & Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, Mouldings, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings. CARPETS PLANNED, LAID & MADE. FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN 1 ? ? ? ? * '? ' h - * ? , Mattrasses, Palliasses, SPRING BEDS, COUCHES. ? -.-...'. ';;..(: :? ? FRENCH POLISHERS. i'i'c, bun a -i ; ji: '/,' ?;,', ! ? . ?:r/.-M ??''??:?'? ? ---' -^ '??'?- ? ' ;' :0^iRVE...

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MEMORANDA FOE JANUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 26 January 1883

MEMORANDA FOR JANUARY £7. San : Rises, 622 ; sets, 7'4. Moon : Full Moon, 23rd ; rises 9;1G, ; sets, 8-36; , High water, Gages Roads— morning 1O'54- ; af ter noon, 11-10. .-.. ? ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 26 January 1883

EASTfcRrN Ri^WAY., ON Saturday, the 3rd proximo, the fol lowing alterationa for that day will be made in the running of- the Trains on tha E&atarn Railway : — ; In lieu of the 3-30 p.m. train from Fremantle, a train will leave at 2-50 p.m., arriving at Perth at 3-20 p.m.; leaving g Perth again at 3-30 p.m., and arriving at ™ Fromantlo at 4 p.m. For the convenience of Passengers wishing to eeo Hi3 Excellency's departure by steamer, a Special Train will leave Fremantlo at 6-30 p.m. for Perth, return ing immediately after the departure of the 7.10 train for Fromantle. The 3-30 p.m. train from Fremantle and the 4*20 p.m. train from Perth will not run on that day. These trains will not atop at the Platforms. JAS. H. THOMAS, Commissioner of Railways. Department Public Works, ;l ; j . Railway Branch, Perth, V: 23rd January, 1883. J , iii I . jj0TICE- .''' '?'' ' rriHE 3-30 SPECIAL TRAIN to:cbrivey I His Excellency the Governor and the a Government Officials to' Fremantle on Saturda...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 January 1883

JUST PUBLISHED; THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ALMANAC FOR 1883, Including a history of tho colony of Western Australia, year to year, from tha date of the first Settlement, in 1826, to 1883. PRICE Is. Oil. STIRLING BROS.,; Publishers. N.B.— EARLY APPLICATION FOR COPIES NECESSARY. , ^ WANTED, a situation aa clerk or store tnan. Good references. Apply by tetter, W.C.T., Post Office, Guildford. A LAD who can keep accounts and make himself useful in a store, or otherwise, wishes for a situation in Perth. Good recommendation. Apply Inquirer office. ' '^ WANTED, a 'situation as a gardener and general servant ; understands horses. Apply by letter,' W, Inquirer Office. WANTED, a smart lad, must be able to read and write; to deliver the Daily News to subscribers at Fremantle. Good wages. Apply to ,-- J. F. FORDHAM, T Agent.' RENT FREE. WANTED, a steady uiau to take care of the property known as the Alta Gar dens. Fer particulars, apply at this office. r ipENDERS are iuvited for 300 CORDS JL of FIRE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 January 1883

[?] k Three^roofft, Cottage Furnished . v'1,;1':;.'';.,;;- Fp¥£l9, or For £33, or .,,,,,,.L.,.:';;l ?':;.,; ' Eor -£50. ? ,. ,,? ,. , - Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which wiU be forwarded Post Free on application. '!''. ? ? ? ? ? f Four-room Cottage Furnished ?. , '- For £46, or For £63, or - - ... ,- , ,,., . ,-r,: ' For £84. ? . . . ? ? ? ? i ? i .i ? , - ' u ? i-.'i i ? -; ?? ? ?? ? ? ' ?' Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. , Five-room Cottage Furnished, , , For £95, or - - For £152, ox ' :. For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which wiU be forwarded Post Free on application. ? ..IT o .. - 'ft ite H b ??????? ? ^MITH & Co. manufacture Boors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, „ Mouldings, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Conoters, and Shop Fittings. liilf-n; '!l: ?..'???? . . .' , , , ? ' ? ? ? ' ? ' ? ', ? ??????? ' ? ???? ? ?' _ ? __. _ ., .... . . 1. .. ,,,. ? ,. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN ?.-..??, ..--,,-!. im.^ -;...

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MEMORANDA FOR JANUARY 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 January 1883

-MEMORANDA FOR JANUARY 28. Sun : Rises, 5*23 ; sets, 7'4. Moon : Full -Moon;1 23rd.: rises' d-47; 'sets' 'S;28'. 'High water, Gages Roads — morning -11*26 ; ;af ter noon, 11*43^' c ' 5 ' Vrf-. \ ?-'. :? ? - \ '? .-

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED—JANUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 January 1883

:;liS HIP PING. I'POET OF; FEEMANTLE. .'ARRIVED— Janitabt 27. COUNTESS of ERROL, schooner, 218 tons, from Port Natal. ROB ROY, steamer, England, from. .Al bany, vid Vasse and Bunburv. MACEDON, steamer, Craig, from Mel bourne and Port Adelaide, vi& Albany. Passengers — Mr. and Mrs. R. Henderson, Mrrand Mrs. Jas. Osborne, Mr. and Mrs. W. , Boiler, Mrs. Jos. Frayne, Master Humble, Messrs. C. H. Bennett, H. Z. Sherlock, E; E. Brown, N. W. Cooke, H. Duxbury, from Melbourne : and Adelaide; Messrs. J. Wellard and R. Rnso- from Al bany; and nine in the steerage from, the colonies. John Ross, purser. James Lilly & Co., agents. ? ? PUBLIC SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. PORT ADELAIDE;— Arrived : Jan. 26, Loyehjert,;bcLe.,: from; Hamelin. Jari; 2?, Silver Stream, bqe., from Vasse. ;? ? MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING^ . The, ^choonerj Mornings Star (258) and ihe barque Diamond (391) have been char tered at Melbourne to. load with sandalwood it Fremantle for China. ~ ) '

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 January 1883

T h IT mX1;l s . Due at G:P:0:; Perth -.—IFrom.' England, Feb. 3 and 17. From Eastorn colonies, Feb. 10. ? , Despatched from* G.P.O., Perth :-— For England, &c, Feb. 3 and 17. For Eastern Colonies, Feb. 9 and 23. ?«

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 January 1883

TEEMS FOB ADVERTISING IN THB DAILY NEWS. ' For advertisements relating' to servants or tradesmen, -wanted or -wanting, engage ments, and leases to let or for Bale, a charge of two -shillings only will be; made : for all notices -'abt exceeding 4 lines, and 3d. for* Mush, additional lino for the first insertion ; one-half' ! rate for each subsequent -in-' sertion.' Other advertisemeata -not exceed-; ing 8 lines; 3s. 6d., 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. ? : ? Wtyt patty &eta& ?'-? ;,: PR/CE ONE PENNY. ': WILL be published in Perth EVERY. AFTERNOON, and forwarded, to subscribers by the earliest convenience. . SeBSa/behad from the undermen tioned agenta :- ^ ^ ^ Pordham. Fremantle ..... ^ Mr. E. Birch. Guildford ... .- M^i^S' VnrV i- '?? ?-' -;;-'?' — Mr. Joseph PyLe. Vasse '''''??'? '. »??'??- ..? ' Mr- A. Rosaelotr ?R^Sfurv ???...

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The Daily News. SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1883. CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 January 1883

SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1883. CAJBLE TELEGMMS, (ASSOCIATED PBESS TELEGRAMS.) LONDON. January 25. The situation in Paris remains unchang ed j nor have steps yet been taken.to form another Administration. M-. Grovy '^Tlte'coin mends the Ministers who resigiied j'eater day not to wit'idraw froin office at the present functure, bub to act in uuisou with ; the other membdrs of the .Cabinet, with a j view to avert the impending crisis. j A lad, while bathing near William ?stree'e jetty this morning, was stung in the leg by ' a stingray. ' ' I The. hearing of the charge of perjury, ! which lias been ]aid against James Taylor, : has been jjostponed fora mouth. \ An old woman, named Hunter, the -wife ; of a. pensiouei', died in the Perth Poor \ House last night. She was 76 years of age. '?; 'VVe have been requested to state that the j, music arranged for to-morrow's services at i ; Sfc. George's Cathedral is for the most part ? I the composition by Sir William Robinson. : The evening service w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 January 1883

SALE AT GOVERNMENT HOUSF. jHOURTHOPE '& ( :- ). ,,r,. favoured With \_J instructions frmn His Kxcullency the Governor to snll l-y pi iliiiu auction at the Government Houston WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31; 18S3, Wiues and Liqueurs, Books and Perioiliculs, Milch Cows, Pigs, Poultry, &a, &c. Details. )iere;iftor. January 23, lS8o. Sale of Kensington Lots. FRIDAY, FEBHTJAUY 2, AT 8 P.M. Kensington is feu.-uil. clcMrcvl, cultivated, and planted with oniauioutul trees. , Kensington is nearer G-ovoriMiicnt House and Offices than, is a iavye portion of the City of Perth. Kensington will he withi;i 10 cL-iuus of ' the Claisebrook Road Kail way Platform. Kensington is airy and healthily situat o-1 . Hundreds of people; live farther out th n Kensington. : Good water obtainable at Ktcnstngto-\ .All lots are ready for immediate use at Kensington. No grubbing or clearing necessary at Kensington. Splendid view and bracing climate at Kensington. . .-. ' There are 75 Building. Lots u...

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