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IN THE SUPREME COURT. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. APPLICATION FOR AN ORDER OF COMMITMENT FOR CONTEMPT OF COURT. IN RE HUGH SLOAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 February 1883

IN THE SUPREME COURT. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) FRIDAY, Fkbbuaby 2. Application pok, akt Obdeb op Commit '. . MMNT.B'pB CoNTEaiPT OP COURT. IN BE HUGH SLOAN. . ThiB was an application, made on behalf of the Trustee (Mr; E. K. Courthope) of the bankrupt estate of Mr. William Sloan, for theicommitmentsto prison of Mr. Hugh Sloan, for having refused to pay over to the iTrustee .£172 5s., which sum, it was alleged, was .part of the estate and was in Mr. Sloan's possession. ' - / Mr. S. H. Parker supported the applica tion, and Mr. Geo. Leake showed cause against the motion. ' ? Mr. Parker : This application, for the committal of Mr. Hugh Sloan for contempt, Your Honor, is made in accordance with the provisions of Sec. 85 of the Colonial Bank ruptcy Act, which is the same as Sec. 93 of the English Act, and which provides that any agent holding any property of a bank rupt's estate and refusing to deliver it up to the Trustee thereby commits a contempt of Court and renders hims...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 February 1883

CABLE TELEGKAMS. (associated pbebs telborahb.) LONDON, January 31. In accordance with a wish expressed by Mr. E. M. Young in letters to the London Press the Committee of the Colonial Wool ImriorterB' Association have considered the alterations proposed by him ; and with refe rence to the dates proposed by him as to the holding of wool sales, with a view fco securing an even market throughout the year and the disposal of the old clip before the arrival of the new, they report that while the principle embodied in Mr. Young's suggestion is worthy of adoption it would be premature to fix definitely the dates of the sales in the present state, of communication between the Australian co lonies and England. The arrargements in connection with the establishment of the Royal College of Music are iri such a forward state that the Prince of Wales will preside over the opening ceremony in May next. Fifty exhibitions have been subscribed for. In spite of Cetewayo's strong appeals for lovaltv to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 February 1883

£UST PUBLISHED, ??': \ ';'- i . ' ' *HB v .WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ?? '-'^ALMANAC FOR 1883, ?.Including a history of j .tho*colony of '' 'Western Australia, year to year, from ? the date of the first Settlement, in , ... 1826, to 1883. PRICE Is. 6d. V '??? STIRLING BROS., ' 'l . Publishers. -4 fc^-EARLY APPLICATION FOR COPIES NECESSARY. NEW BUTCHERING BUSINESS. ? ffrmerly ^S^*P^1^ which will at all timea be on sale at the ^loweatmarketratej^ ^ WQ0D Perth, November 25. 1882. WANTED, a situation as clerk or 'store man. Good references. Apply by tetter, W.C.T., PoBt Office, Guildford. _ . ALA1- who oan keep accounts and make himself useful in a store* or otherwise, wishes for a situation in Perth. Good recommendation. Apply Inq™rer office. ; WANTED, a1 situation as a gardener and ''general servant ; understands horaeB. Apply by letter, V? , hviuirer 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 ^ ^RO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 February 1883

[?] JFhree-roofti Cottage Furnished : PpriB19, or ?' ; .?;?=:,.;-.:. ??? ? -??: : fVoriB33, or ? ,.- ??-:? v'f ? .; ? ;. ? - Wot £50. ?? ? .;.??... Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. ' Four-room .Cottage J^urnished . . Wto?£4£-.or ?-.'?'. :?-..' ?- .:? '??.- -???. :?-?;?.? For £63, or ; - ; ^ ' ? ; . '. ./ v:7'' Fdr £84. ; ' ..,.-, .: .. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which 'will be forwarded Post. Free on application. - Five-room Cottage Furnished i For £95, or For £152, or ; ';:;;?_ .; :/\i For £202. . .:. ; . - ??;: Bend for detailed Furniture Catalogue, whicfc will be forwarded Post Free oa application. art ? z i H % W 0 : m SMITH fk Co. manufacture Boors, SaslieS; Mantelpieces, BEonldlngs, Skirtings, Architraves,; SIiop Counters; ami Shop. Fittings. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN Mattrasses, Palliasses, ; SPRING BEOS, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. . ♦ ? CARVERS) TURNERS, PICTURE FRAMERS. d H ,-M ^i S H ???«'? w ' Q 0 PICTURE...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED—FEBRUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 February 1883

SHIPPING. POET OF FREMANTLE. AT£'RTVED — Febbttary 3. ROB ROY, steamer, A. R. England, from Geraiaton. Passengers— Mrs. King and two children, Mrs. Franklin, Mrs. Kelly, TMTtoh Weaken. Misses Readhead (two), Miss Scrivener, Miss Mayner, Miss Tracey, Messrs. Brown, Clarkson, Carson, Duncan, Evee, Forbes, Hodges, Hicks, Moore, Read head, Shorwood, Trigg, Withers, and Wool house ; and nine steerage. PUBLIC SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. « PORT IRWIN\— Arrived : Feb. 2, Belle of Bunbury, from Fremantle. ISRAELITE BAY.— Arrived: Feb. 3, Annie Taylor, sch., from Eucla. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. A telegram we received yesterday from a business firm in Adelaide states that the RMS. Clyde, which leaves there on the homeward passage to-night, had refused no less than a hundred tons of cargo for this colony, and, as an especial favor of fche agents (Messrs. Elder, Smith, & Co.) a small package had been received on board to oiir address. Since the Macedon brought, on tier last trip, as much cargo fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 February 1883

NO&I0E.— The Registered Offios of IW«* Cfp«ip«M»7 haa been removed to tho ofib©o£ Moaara. Crovrder and Letohford, ?.^??tB* P°^ OROWDER, ? ? . ' Chairman. . Par% JSCoromber 6, 1882. 'TO^T;.- somewhere along the made road ; Jj ' between the Tannery and the Mission ' Church, Stone Road, the bottom part of ' ' a Oirriago Lamp. Any person returning tho- flame to Mr. W. Ranford will be rewarded. February 1, 1883. mHE person who left a watch and chain X at the Freemasons' Hotel can hare the (Mi&io, by deaoribing it and paying the .^^^? on application t^ANcisco February 1, 1883. I| not claimed within one week from daiej fcb-e aame will be sold to pay expennen.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 February 1883

Births. Marriages, and Deaths. DEATH.   McBRIDE.— At Butler's Swamp, on 31st Dec., 1882, John McBride, aged 75, after a short illness ; leaving his wife and   daughter to lament their loss. — R.I.P.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 February 1883

JUST PUBLISHED. 2HK. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ALMANAC FOR 1883, Including a history of the colony of Weatern Australia, year to year, from the date of the first Settlement, in 1826, to 188-3. PRICE ,1s. 6d. STIRLING BROS.,. Publishers. NB— EARLY APPLICATION FOR COPIES NECESSARY. NEW BUTCHERING BUSINESS formerly carried on by Mr. A. W. Arm Sg,in Hay Street, Perth is desirous of informing the inhabitants of Perth and the public in general that he has made which will at all times be on sale at the ™* lowest mark° * iaSs. W. WOOD. Perth, November 25, 1882. . . ? ? ? WANTED, a situation as clerk or store man. Good references. Apply by tetter, W.C.T., Post Office, Guildford. A LAD who can keep accounts and make himself useful Jn a store* or otherwise, wishes for a situation in Perth. Good recommendation. Apply Iiiquirer 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, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 February 1883

[?] r Three-rQopi Cpttdge Furnished \ Por£19, or '' i ' :.-: - For£3a, or : ?:'.,; T-.^; t-- Pbr;^50. 1 Send for detailed Purnitiire Catalogue, which I will bfe forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished , Por £46, or ; For £63, or c .?-?-) For £84. 1 Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which, will be forwarded Post Free on application. Fivp-room Cottage Furnished 'f , v For £95, or '.' ,-,-.?.?.-, .-:? ; ? - Pqr. £152^ or ' ? ,.,,. ic-» ??; ,=?: ?;?'???.??- :- ??;?'? For £202. ' . .?....= Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application;, , jr \ ????? :tf : ' ????' ? «j s ?..,:- ?.??fl.-XV Lj S ? i n ... tQ. :;^a f H L H 0 SMITH &, Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, ' . Monldisigs, Skirting's, ArcMtravcs, Shop Conutcrs, and 8hop Filings. 6ABPETS PLANNED, LAID & MADE. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN f Mattrisses, Palliasses, ' J COUCHES. '?-,... ! ' ' ' '???.-?,.' . . ?-. - ,?,'..' , , . ?= . ? . . ' .' ....

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MEMORANDA FOR FEBRUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 February 1883

MEMORANDA FOR FFBRUARY 6. Sun : Rises, 5*30; sets, 6#57. Moon : Last Qr. ; 'Jan. 31 ; rises, Feb. 7, 5-4 a;m. High water, Gages Roads — morning, 7*17; after noon, 7'44. . - '?'

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED—FEBRUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 February 1883

s aW in G. £OBT OF FREMANTL& ARRIVED— Febbttaey 3. SOB ROT, steamer, England, from ESMOND, barque, 391 tons; T. Bick nell. from Melbourne, 13th ult. WEST AUSTRALIAN, barque, ova tons, Brown, from London; Falmouth, Nov 13. Passengers— Mrs. Clough Misses Glouffh (2), Masters Clough (3), Mrs. HuX Masters Hilda (2), Mr and Mrs. Farcell, ana Masters Farrell (3), Messrs. F. Henrv J. Halligan, Peter Guiman, and M. Lixon and Miss Shears. J. & W. Bateman, agents. ? SAILED— Febrttabt 3. ' MACEDON, steamer, John Craig, for Albany, via Bunbury and Vasse. Passen gers— -Sir William and Lady Robinson, Master Robinson, Mr. E. W. Howard (Pri vate Secretary), and six servants Mr. and Mrs. John Forrest, Messrs. G. W. Leake, Eldridge, R. Rose, A. J. HiUman ; and seven steerage, for Albany. Miss Rose, Mr. Julian Harper, Mr. J-G. Lee-Steere, Mrs. Steere, and family (6), and 2 servants, Rev. H. Brady, Messrs. H. F. Johnston, F. Larkin, W. S. Withers, and ten steerage, for Bun bury. PUBLIC ...

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THE MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 February 1883

T hi E M A I Cs~. Due at G.P.6., Perth ?:— From England, Feb. l7andMar.3. From Eastern colonies, Fob. 10. .Despatched from G.P.O., Perth: — For England, &c, Feb. 17 and March 3. For Eastern Colonies, Feb. 9 and 23.

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DEPARTURE OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 February 1883

DEPARTURE OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. In Saturday's Daily Neivs we briefly an nounced His Excellency Governor Robin son's departure, and published the Citizens' 'Valedictory Address, which was presented at the Town Hall by the Mayor. Continu ing our Report, we now proceed with His Excellency's departure from the PERTH RAILWAY STATION. ' A considerable delay took place in the arrival of the special train from Fremantle j it was nearly four o'clock before it arrived at the Station, the locomotive — one of the latest imported for the Eastern Rail way — making its maiden trip on this auspicious occasion, being gaily and tastefully decorated with bunting, flowers and evergreens. The Metropolitan Rifles, who had preceded the Vice-regal party to the Station, were quick ly marched into the train in the goods-shed j the carriages containing the Vice-regal party accompanied by Heads of Departments, Government officials and many prominent citizens, were then attached, and the heavily freig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 February 1883

TERMS FOB ADVERTISING IN THE . For aavertifiementB-reltvtmg tq.BervanM ,or tradesmen .wanted or wanting engage. f leSSTancL leases lo let or for sale, a charge ;'JSo BbiBings.-oalywillbe made for ^ ? notices. nbt exceeding. 4 lines, and 3d. for ' aaoa additional line for the first insertion j '? one-half rate for each subsequent m sertion. Other advertisements not exceed -Sir 8 lines, 3b. 6d., and 3d. each additional line, one-third rate only for subsequent. insertions. Reduced rates, by special ar. rangement, for advertisements appearing ' .«ithree months and upwards. * ? - , ? ? %\)t ©ail]? &*&** 1 PRICE ONE PENNY. \TTILL be published in Perth. EVERY W AFTERNOON, and forwarded to c,,w^bers bv the earliest convenience. 8UC0^esxna/behad from the undermen tioned agents «— ^ y p. Pordham. JTremantle ... ^ . Mr. B. Birch. n ?lAtnr-A ? ... Master Sainsbury. Guildford ... .... M_ R MeareB. Newcastle ... jLr. -*. Throssoll. Northam .;. ??? Mr. Joseph Pyke. York ... ??? Mr....

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The Daily News. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 February 1883

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1883. The final departure, last Saturday, of His Excellency the Governor from Perth was marked by a demonstration on the part of the public of the esteem and affectionate regard in which they hold him-1 — a demonstration never be fore accorded to any Pro-consul of this province ; but unfortunately the occa sion was also marked by an amount o£ mismanagement and confusion perhaps never before equalled by rail way officials. ft was well known and fully antici pated by the railway authorities that an unusually large number of citizens would, in. all probability, proceed to Fremantle in order to see the last of the most popular Governor that has ever administered the Government of , this colony, and with praiseworthy 'care they very properly intimated some days ago through the Press the alterations which would be made that day in the arrival and departure of the trains. But unfortunately in the first place the provision made for an ticipated - increase of the passenge...

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FROM NORTHAM MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. To His Excellency Sir William Cleaver Francis Robinson, Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Governor and [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 February 1883

FROM NORTHAM MUNICIPAL COUN CIL. V ? ?ExcellencV Sir William Cleaver Francis Robinson, Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Mxchael and Saint George, Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over the Territory of Western Australia and its Dependencies, Sfc, Sfc, &'c. Mat it Please Your Excellency ? At a .meeting- of the Norfcham Municipal Conncil I was deputed in the name of the ratepayers to convey to Your Excellency bhe expression of the sincere respect and esteem we entertain for yourself personally, as well as in your capacity of Her Majesty's Representative. -J'.; f While we deeply regret Your Excellency's departure from pur shores at the present important crisis in the history of the Colony we still recognise with satisfaction the fact that your official labors, so successfully per formed here, have been suitably acknow leged by Her Majesty's Government, as is sufficiently testified by Your Excellency having been called to rule over a more important ...

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 February 1883

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. . The Hon. Ivo Bligh's team beat the Brisbane Eighteen by one innings and 154 runs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 February 1883

TERMS FOR ADVERTISING IN THE DAILY NEWS. ' For advertisements relating to servants Or tradesmen wanted or wanting engage ments, and leases to let or for sale, a charge cltwo shillings only will be made for all notices not exceeding 4 lines, and 3d. for each additional line for the first insertion j one-half rate for each subsequent in sertion. Other advertisements not exceed ing 8 lines, 3s. 6d., and 3d. each additional line, one-third rate only for subsequent insertions. Reduced rates, by speciolt ^ rangement, for advertiseme-1 ?«)^ariUK three months and upwardBt «* ~* PRICE ONE PENNY. WILL be published in Perth. EVERY AFTERNOON, and forwarded to subscribers by the earliest convenience. CopieWybehad from the undermen tioned agents :- ^ ^ R Pordham. Tremantle ??? .^ Mr. R. Birch. -a,,;idfr-rA ... Master Sainsbury. tsmuaiora. ... ??? _, _ » « ... - .,.;££«; i°* ? ... Mr. A. Rosseloty «? ???-??? £^sS Hampton''- Mr. T. S. Montague oSKne ... Mess*. Crowther & Baston. S23X Roebou...

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[REPLY.] Government House. Perth, 27th January, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 February 1883

[[Reply.] Government House. Perth, 27th January. 18Si. ? Sir, — I feel grateful to the Council'-u-s and Ratepayers of Northain for the jAddrrss which you have forwarded to me in t.ho'r behalf on the occasion of my departure frbin. '.I! a ftr\ I /\^ it The heavy and constant work which ... have have had to attend to at Head Quar ters has precluded me from seeing as usuck of your district as I wished, but your inter ests have nevertheless been watched by my Government, and it is very gratifying t.i me to be assured that iny desire to consti-il-uta to your advancement has been recoguiied and appreciated. With the completion of the Railway to York viil Spencer's Brook, a new era of j ??;?- s perity will commence for the Eastern * Dis tricts, and though I regret that I shall nob be here to witness the completion of tliat important work, you may be assured limb I shall watch the future of your district with great interest and rejoice in its development and success.- ? Lady Robinson joins ...

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INCIVILITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 February 1883

INCIVILITY. ? ?— ? - Sir,-— I think it is high time attention was drawn to the incivility that is generally met with by persons who are employed by the City Council from some of the Cit.v Council employes. At the banquet last Wednesday evening a number of individuals — who were engaged to assist, and whose presence at . : it . did, no doubt; . add to ith e . success of the gathering— were subjected to : a downrigh^ppreonal: insult* by. a ^certain ?Council employe. 'The individuals in question did not — though they are to be remunerated for their services — appear there as so many menials, and the nature of their service on the occasion necessitated their having some little refreshment; but just imagine their disgust when they were informed by the aforesaid employe, before a room-full of respectable citizens, to ' clear out; I'm going to put out the lights' was repeated on two or three subsequent occasions with considerable emphasis, until at last the individuals in question did ' cl...

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