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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 January 1883

TO THE PUBLIC. AS several persons have. made several, anxious inquiries respecting the strange proceedings taken by the Trustee ; in the matter of my insolvency, I will . state a few facts, in order that the public may see how I have beon treated. Some time ago I instructed a lawyer to lay my case before the Hon. the Attorney General, and aftervvaids I had an inter view with that fcentlemau, who said that he WR3 certain I had done everything thab I could, and had acted as an honest man. To use his own words, he said, ' The ' Trustee has made a cat's-paw of yon, ' and it is your own fault to allow him to « do so.' I then instructed the lawyer I had em ployed to procure my discharge for me, and he said he would do so, but after having received £12 8s. 3d. frotn my family he put me down just as he picked me up, without my discharge. I then wrote to the Court, and received, the fol lowing answer. ' Sir, — In answer to your ' letter of the 15th inst. I am directed by ' His Honor- the Chi...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 January 1883

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. '''~ T~~ DEATH. SINCLAU?..— At Albany, on December S6th, 1882, Jameb B. Sinclair, aged 43 ; ?ldest sonof James Sinclair, of Toodyay, ?ne of the earliest settlei'B, who arrived in the colony on the 2nd July, 1840. The deceased was found dead in his lied, having been. noised by an apoplectic fit, while far away from relations and friends, for whom souon. sympathy is felt. '

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Daily News. TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 January 1883

TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1833. Ow the''twe'ntyisecorid day of last December a. formal agreement was aigued between His Excellency (Sir A. E. Kennedy) the Governorin Couucil of the Colony of Queensland, of the one part, and l-3 Mr. Henry Kitn ber, attorney for the Australian Trans continental Railway Syndicate, Limit ed, of the other part, for the construc tislfc^of _ a line of railway from - Clianeville to Point Parker, on the Gulf of Carpentaria, with branches therefrom to OLoncurry and Hughen den, on the 'land-grant system; the .whole work to be completed within ten. eava and a half, subject to due allow ance and extension of time being made for all cases of vis major. This is the first instance in the history of the Australian Continent of railways being constructed upon such a system of payment — a system, however, which Las been extensively adopted in the United States of North America and in the Dominion of Canada. A short time ago a somewhat eimilar proposal was made to our [Gove...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES FROM YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 January 1883

NOTES FROM YORK. (From our own Correspondent.) We have no,w gathering in our harvest ; it is mostly done, and the yield is various in different localities. About the Dale River and the eouth side of York from 12 to 15 bushels, to the acre is, the average. In the neighborhood of Brookton the yield has been a scant one — something like 4 or 5 bushels only to the acre; but upon the whole the yield is laiger than it was lost year. Flour has come down slightly in price, but there is a tendency to keep it at a high figure. We have had some very hot weather of late, the thermometer reach ing as high as 110 deg. in the shade. We were visited on Thursday afternoon, the 11th 'instant, by a thunderstorm and a heavy downpour of rain, and next day, the 12th, we had a perfect 'willy-willy,' the wind blowing with such tremendous force as to unroof several small buildings, as well as overturn haystacks. A wheelwright, named Johnston, had his workshop, a very good building, .blown down and completel...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ARABI BEY IN CEYLON. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 January 1883

ARABI BEY IN CEYLON. The intelligence of the( intended deport ation of Arabi Bey to Ceylon is comlirmed by advices by the last mail. Referring to the intention of the home authorities, the Colombo Observer of December 13 says : — The news that Ceylon, has beera chosen by Jbhe .Imperial Government as the place of 'exilei'cf ^.rabi and-?Eislc6mpanion-leaders in Rebellion has taken this, coinjmiinifcy':: greatly by surprise. At first 'the announcement was thought to be a good joke ; but a little reflection produced a number of reasons why this 'utmost Indian isle' should be elected as the home of ' the Egyptians disturber of the peace; oc'patript, according as his career may. be estimated, who risked his all and lost when at one time it seemed as if he were in a. fair way to become another Mehemet Ali in the land of the Pharaohs : — Treason does never prosper, what's the reason P That if it prospers, none dare call it treason. The insular position of Ceylon, its absolute freedom from i...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 February 1883

JTIST PUBLISHED. THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ALIVIANAC FOR 1883, Inoluding a history of the 'colony- of Western Australia, year to year, from - the date of the firat Settlement, in 1826, to 1883. PRICE Is. 6d. : , STIRLING BROS., Publishers. «* nb -Nearly application for '^copies necessary. NEW BUTCHERING BUSINESS. fPHE 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 Teryloweatmarketra^ w wood Perth, November 25. 1882. WANTED, a situation as clerk, or store man. Good references; Apply by letter, W.C.T., Post Office, Guildford. ?A- LAD i:' who can keep Accounts and 2x- -make- himself .useful in a store,, or ' otherwise, wishes for a situation in Perth. . vG6od recommendation. .Apply Biqidrer Office. ' .. ''' ?:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 February 1883

. ?.. . ?'.' .????? ? ? ' ? ? ''.'.????'' J ? ? i ? ? ? 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 i'or £46, or Jj.i ;?' ;??:'?? For £63, or -:??' . ''. .:''?? For £84. ? , ? ,;.:,: C'^.t.X ? i ' .--... . ,.' ' ' Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which' , will be forwarded Post Free on application- ?? Five-room Cottage Furnished ! . f For £95, or 1 Por £152, or ;:.;;;;' v ?;??;,: \:T; \ ^For£202. ' ?;.... .. : ..; ! -/ Send! for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. . ? : ? . '-? . / V:'?' /??, ' 6- -?:?'? -.-:- 0 f iH -! jH 0 CD SMITH & Go. manufacture Boors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, / ?? :????. Mouldings, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Counters, anil-Shop Fittings. FURNITUREWAREHGUSEMEN Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ',- ?-...:;., ^'.?-T— — -+? ? -— - . ' ;: '?' ' CARVER...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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SHIPPING. PUBLIC SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 February 1883

SHIPPING. . PCTBLKJ SHIPPING TELEGBAMS. VASSB. — Arrived: Jan. 80, Minora, bg., from. Port Adelaide. r POET ADELAIDE. — Arrived: Jan. 30, Phoenix, . bq., from Bunbury; Elizabeth, bq., from Vasse. Sailed: Jan. 3U, uusun, bq., for Western Australia. , GEEALDTON. — Arrived : Jan. 31, 3-35 p.m., Eob Eoy, s., from Fremahtle. Sailed ? ? Feb. 1, Ivy, sch., for Gaseoyne. BUNBUEY. — Arrived: Jan. 81,. Ann Wheaton and Enterprise, schs., from Min niuup. ... ALBANY. — Arrived .- Feb. 1, 9-15 a;m., E.M.S. Siani, from Colombo. FEEMANTLE.— Sailed : Jan. 31, Belle 6£ Bunbury, scb., for Port Irwinj Sarah, cutter, for Sharks Bay, via Geraldton. . Feb. 1, Theresa, sch., for Bunbury. j Minnie, sch., for Port Irwin. EUCLA.— Sailed : Feb. 1, Annie Taylor, sch., for Israelite Bay. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING.' The Eob Eoy reached Geraldton jetty, from Fremantle, at 3-35 p.m. yesterday — — having made the run in twenty-four houra, leas ten minutes. THE ENGLISH MAIL. The E.M.S. Siam, bringing English mails to De...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 February 1883

? ' -??!? . ?; ',*??, . ' T ? TTIHE poraon irho lef^ awatoh and chain J, .-. 8&. the, Freemasons' Hotel can haro tivos&tnp, by describing it and paying the exgfcmo^s.'on application to .' February 1, 1883. IE not claimed within ono week from ?data, the same will be sold to pay expenses. /H RAPES delivered in any part of hJT Perth at sixteen shillings (16a.) per . hundred weight. . SAMUEL WEEDON. Chifctenap, January 31, 1883.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 February 1883

TERMS FOB ADVERTtsXtfa IN THE DAILY NEWS. . *. TPor advertisements relating to servants er tradesmen wanted or wanting engage ments, and leases to let or for sale, a charge . ?Jtvro drillings only -will be made for all notifcw not exceeding 4 lines, and 3d. tor '? Mush additional line for the first insertion ; one-half rate for each subsequent in eertion. Other advertisements not exceea - Ing8 lines, 3b. Gd., and 3d. each additional line, one-third rate only for subsequent insertions. Reduced rates, by special ar Sngement, for advertisements appearing for three months and upwards. PRICE ONE PENNY. WILL he published in Perth EVERY AFTERNOON, and forwarded to eubBcribers by the earliest convenience. CoSWbehad ^m the undermen tionea agents :- Mr j p Pordliam. iFrenrantle ... \ Mr. R. Birch. siniiAtnrA .. Master Sainsbury. «Juudford ... -. Mr. R. Meares. 5e!l?fiS ''' Mr. G. Throssell. Noriham ... ... Mr. Josepb. Pyke. . ™L ? ... Mr. A. Rosseloty ??'£„_? *' ... Mr. R. Forrest. SSSS^' '' ...

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MEMORANDA FOR FEBRUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 February 1883

MEMOEANDA FOE FFBEUAEY 2. Sun : Eises, 5*27; sets 7*1* Moon : Last Qr., Jan. 31 ; rises, Feb. 3, 1'5. a.m. High water, GageB Roads— morning, 2-40 ; after noon, 3*13.

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BANQUET TO THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 February 1883

BANQUET TO THE GOVERNOR. Yesterday evening the Mayor and City Council gave a grand banquet in this Town Hall in honor, of His Excellency the Go vernor, Sir William C. F. Eobinaon, previous to nis departure ironi tne colony. 1 The Hall was very tastefully, ornamented with a profusion of gay flags, and with a large number of ferns, pot-plants, etc. Four tables were provided, one in front, of the platform for the more distinguished guests, two other long ones running down each side of tho Hall, and a fourth at the lower end, just in front of the gallery, thus affording accommodation for about a hun dred and fifty persons. The tables were bountifully supplied with an abundance of good things, while liquid refreshments of every kind were supplied with the greatest profusion — in fact the catering reflected the utmost, credit upon Mrs. Lucas, to! whom this important part of the preparations was entrusted. Shortly' after seven o'clock the tables were thronged by the visitors, who quickly o...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 February 1883

T HE M A I LS. ? Due at G.P.O., Perth : — From England,, ? jPeb.- 3' and 17. From Eastern colonies; Peb 10. ;- ? . : : ?'/?. ' .' ;.v ' ' - r - Despatched from Q.P.O., Perth:— J?ot England, &c, Feb. 3 and 17.. F©r Eastern Colonies, Feb: 9 and 23. : '' .' ;

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Daily News. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 February 1883

THUESDAY, FEBEUAEY 'l',' 1883. The citizens' . Farewell Address to His' Excellency the Governor will be presented by , the Mayor, .in the , Town;, Hall,t on Saturday afternoon,, punctually; .at , . three o'clock. . ... ,;?-. ..«? ? To-morrows-being the Feast ?of ttie Puri fication of the Virgin Mary— the usual services will, take place in the Cathedrals.' The services at S. George's Cathedral on Sunday next will constitute the '- usual Harvest Thanksgiving. ??? - '- b In a notice we made recently o£ the Post ? Office Time-Table for 1883 it'is stated that the post-office at Minnin'up had been' abol- ished. The Acting Postmaster-General (Mr. E. A. Sholl) has called ournttention to the, fact that although Minninup no longer appears in the list of the post-towns of the colony the inhabitants of that neighbour hood have not been deprived of the privi-; ^eges of 1 postal accommodation; the Capel, iu the same neighbourhood,- where there are a much larger number of residents located, being ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON. January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 February 1883

CABLE TELEGRAMS.; (associated press telegrams.) LONDON. January 29.1 The followers of the False Prophet of the Soudan have completely infested the dis tricts of Darfour, Bara, and Obied. He has immense numbers following him. The relief of the infested districts will; it i is thought, be attended with great difficulty.

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INTERCOLONIAL. ADELAIDE, Jan. 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 February 1883

INTEBCOLONIAL. Adelaide, Jan. 31. The Englishmen (Hon. Ivo Bligh's team) won 'the match with the Australians at Sydney, iwhich was completed yesterday, by sixty-nine runs. Two more of the ingots of ' gold7 stolen fr -m the steamship Tararua have been found in the box of the deceased man Hinton. . They were secreted in the lid of the box, which was very nicely balanced,, to avoid notice.' ' ? . . , The following appointments of ministers for ^ next ; year have been made ibyi the Wesleyan Conference : — Western Australia ?District': Perth, the Eevs. T. C. ' Laurance andJ: W. 'Mouland; Fremantle; Eev. iV. Eoberts ; .Guildford . (a home missionary, to be supplied) ; York, tho Rev. W. Lowe (Chairman of -District) and another from England; Geraldton, Eev. ? — , Ballas; Albany; Eev. F; Bird. ' ' ' fi

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 February 1883

TEEMS FOB ADVERTISING IN THE DAILY XEWS. ' For advertisements relating to servants Or tradesmen wanted or wanting engage ments, and leases to lot or for sale, a charge ? 'oltwo shillings only will be made for all notices not exceeding 4 lines, and 3d. for aach additional line for the first inpertion ; ? one-half rate ' for each subsequent in sertion. Other advertisements not exceed ing 8 lineB, 3b. 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. '. CJje JBaiip -fttto*. PRICE ONE PENNY. WILL be published in Perth EVERY AFTERNOON, and forwarded to mibscribers by the earliest convenience. eoptesmaybehad from the undermen tioned agents :— ^ ^ p Pordl?ain- Fremantle ??? . ^ Mr. R. Bireh. ftniMford . — Master Sainsbury. Ghiudiora ? Mr. R. Meares. SoSm '' ... Mr. G. Throssell. Tort ?'.::?'??.« Mr. Joseph Pyke. ?tr la*'' - Mr. A. Rosseloty J»X^ - ... Mr. R. For...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STREET OBSTRUCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 February 1883

STEEET OBSTEUCTIONS. Sir, — With a view to giving a little addi tional force to the very reasonable and proper representations made by ' a coires- ' pondent recently in your paper ? let me sav that the condition of the crossing between ' , the new Public Offices and the;,Weld Club corner is a positive disgrace to the City , ? Council authorities. Hereabouts there ib a. very large amount of traffic, both by day and by night, and consequently this small ' piece of roadway— exactly tne widbb. of Barrack-street — should be well lookedafter. ' I would suggest that the spaces between : the kerbing and the edge of the carriage way be substantially pitched with bluestone. As it is, the original pitching — which was placed there years ago, simply to support ? ? ?. ; the cap-formation of the: road— is highly, dangerous. At the same time, in order to mako this piece of road complete, a couple-, of notes would be1 well spent in -the erection of. raised qver-waySrJto cover the gutter on either s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. STANDARD OF EDUCATION IN THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 February 1883

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. STANDAED OP EDUCATION IN THE COLONY. Sir, — I have read with much interest th£ articles which have been lately appearing in your leading columns upon the impor tant subject of national education, and waa much struck by your vigorous denuncia tion of our present system on the ground of the miserably low standard thereby at^ ' tained. I must own that I was at first inclined to disagree from your opinion upon this point, but — to my shame be it said — I, for the first time since my children have been attending the Government School, gave up an evening to examine them in their work, '$ in order to ascertain what progress they* had made. Sir! I was really almost stupi- . fied at the miserable result, and felt con vinced that a change is urgently need. But astonished as I was at this rnysur- . prise was still greater when, this morning, ?? in looking over this day's issue ofyout-'- Fremantle daily contemporary, I therein . read a copy of an address, to the. Governor...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 February 1883

TO DHLLtiKS ANU OTllUUS. TO LET ON LEASE OR OTHERWISE. THE PORT MILL, 'OSSEX STREET, FREMANTLE, for JCj many year* iu the occupation oi Mr. T. W. Oakley, consisting of t.:ree pairs of stores and full complement, of machinery,. including Boilers, die, all in good work ing order. Lar^e Warenonsoa nnii every accommodation for carrying on tho business of Milling. Apply to JAMES MANNING, Attorney for the Estate of tiie lato A. Cornish... January 25, 1883. BERTH ROADS BOARD. Mr.Thos. Bailey will attend at the City Council OflSce, Perth, to issue Cart Licenses for,, the Forth Roads . Board* between tfieliours of 9 aud ]2^froni Tues day, January 9,; until tho 30th . (Sundays excepted.) :R;W. HARDEY, - ' ?.????v.v. .;..-..-:,:-i'.iA. :'??- /! ' ?? - ?;?-?? Chairman; ?? t .v&ezihi Jvn7'& '£ ?? ??- - ?'?.?*'??' 't;r.J^.:..x ..?? i^-y.-tfo«';^. './?? ? - ?„? IlK: :-'. -V' (':c' 5 .??.;/.- ui .. . ?. .'^y^ic ?!????? /^RAPES;. delivered in any part of \J Perth afc sixteen shilliug...

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