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THE NEW JUSTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 February 1883
THE NEW JUSTICES. Sib, — The people of the Port cannot un derstand why Mr. William Silas Pearse — an energetic, well-to-do, and much-respected colonial-born gentleman — has been over looked m the addition recently made in the ' J.P.' list. As a citizen and a public man he has done good and faithful service to his Queen and country. He occupied for many years the position of Councillor and Chair man of the Fremantle Municipality, besides being an elected member to represent this constituency in the Legislative Council, &c. As a man of business and a citizen his character is without a blemish. If such an one is not suitable to be chosen as a ' J. P.', might I ask what constitutes the qualifica tion ? Many think it is merely an oversight on the part of His Excellency, while othcra say it is owing to his having expressed him self at the last general election in favour of Responsible Government. This, I feel confident, is totally incorrect. Judging from the liberal views His Exce...
The Daily News. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 February 1883
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1883. That ' the mind cannot be properly trained unless the body be duly deve loped ' is an axiom which is now fully recognised in England, Germany, the United States, and. in all tne Austra lian Colonies excepting our own. In Western Australia, comparatively speaking, no provision is made for the 'education' of the body — teachers devote themselves to the cultivation of the mental powers of their pupils, and neglect to pay any attention to the physical development of those committed to their care. ! Perhaps no better illustration of the real meaning of the word ' educa tion ' can be given than when used with reference to physical training. Most teachers, we are afraid, are of opinion that ' education ' means ' stuffing ' or ' cramming ' a lad with a certain amount of information of more or (most probably) less nse tp him hereafter when ; he enters ' the wbrl'd. ,: But they are most woefully, most*radipaily.rmistat4n. If they for ? one monierit'''io6ked av the '...
Addresses to the Governor. THE GOVERNOR'S FAREWELL VISIT TO SUBIACO. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 February 1883
Addresses to the Governor. ^ ? ? THE GOVERNOR'S FA BEWELL VISIT TO SUBIACO. His Excellency the Governor and Lady Robinson paid a farewell visit to the Orphanage at Subiaco on Tuesday last. A number of invitations had been issued by the Certined Manager of the Orphanage (the Very Rev. M. Gibney, V.G.), and°a Bpecial train conveying the party left the' Perth Railway Station at 1*15 p.m. Alight ing at the crossing near the gates of the ' Monastery' the party wended their way through the grounds of the institution ; arches, tastefully formed of evergreens and decorated with the appropriate devices, being met with here and there. On arriving at the Orphanage the children were paraded ; arter which one of the senior boys stepped to the front and read the following Address to His Excellency : — Mat it please Your Excellency, — We, the children of S. Vincent's Orphanage, most humbly pray Your Excellency to allow us to tender you our thanks, and to assure you of our gratitude for the favor w...
CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 February 1883
CABLE^TpEGfRAlS. (associated press telegrams.) LONDON, Februarv2. : On Thursday M. Follieres, representing the head of the French Government, for mally proposed in the Chamber of Deputies a motion in accordance with the terms of the compromise arrived at by the Govern ment and the committee appointed by the Chamber to consider recent political com plications. The debate which ensued was of a most tumultuous description, acrimoni ous personalities being freely indulged in. Members of the Right, including those of the Imperialist party and of the Extreme Left, or the Ultra-Radicals, and Socialists vehemently opposed the motion. The Government maintains that the pro posed compromise is absolutely necessary for the stability of the present Republican form of Government, because it is well known that the Orleans princes have been tampering with the army ? and broken promises to the effect that they would not sit in the Chambers, and that there was no security against a continuance of the...
THE CASE OF W. H. SUMMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 February 1883
THE CASE OF W. H. SUMMERS t ? ? a— ? Sir, — Ha/ving seen a few words in The Daily News from Mr. Horgan, with respect ?to ray case, I still adhere to what is stated in The Daily- News of the 23rd and 29th ult., at the same time not for one moment do I doubt what Mr. Horgan says, as I was informed he had moved on my behalf as stated, and His Honor had granted my discharge ; and I was further informed it had been sent to my lawyer. Whether it was sent to Mr. Horgan or Mr. Lovegrove (who received the amount stated in- this matter) I am at a loss to say. All I can say is that I never- have had that discharge, although His Honor granted the same to Mr. Lovegrove. I therefore have to ask where is the discharge ? The strangest part of the proceedings in this matter is that the Court first of all promised to hear my case and then ran away from that pro mise, after I had prepared my greivanees to the lawyer before- His Honor. My prayer is that His Honor will mercifully condescend to hear both...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 February 1883
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR, TO CORRESPONDENTS. Doubt.— The Stamp Act does not require receipts to be given in acknowledgment of money paid; What it does require is that when a receipt is issued it should bear a stamp, and that the stamp should be can celled by the person receiving the money with his initials and the true date. Receipts for sums below JZ2 need not be stamped ; all receipts for £2, and upwards to any amount, carry a penny stamp. The penalty for negligence is ten pounds. The-. penalty for issuing unstamped bills is the same, and such bills, are, in law, unavailable — that is, they are not recoverable.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 February 1883
JUST PUBLISHED, SHB WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ALMANAC FOB 1883, ' Induding 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— EARLY APPLICATION FOR COPIES NECESSARY. NEW BUTCHERING BUSINESS TleUnB^^lSSg « 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 which will at all times bo, on sale at the very lowest marketra^ w- WOOD Perth, November 25, 1882. WANTED, a situation as clerk or store man. Good references. Apply by ietter, W.C.T., Post Office, Guildford. A LAD who can keep accounts and; A make himself ; uaeful in , a store, or otherwise, wishes for a situation in Perth. Good recommendation.. Apply Inquirer office. TTT ANTED, a situation as a gardener and VY general servant ; understands horses. Apply by letter, W, Lrquirer Office. TITANTEP, a smart lad, must ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 February 1883
f Cabinet Makers, French Polishers, and Upholsterers. Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or i For £33, or For £50. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished For £46, or For £63, or ; ' For £84. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished For £95, or For £152, or For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. 0 0 i el w I fc-l m QQ ? SMITH & Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpiece v llonldings, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings. FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN ♦ Mattrasses, Palliasses, SPRING BEDS, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. » ? ♦ ? CARVEHSj TURNERS, PICTURE FRAMERS. « i— j I ^ OQ t 1 w n w Q 0 PICTURES Mounted, STBETCHED, AND iKAMED. CARPETS \ IVIADE. to ^ \ ' ? @- f\ _ § LJ yj gg E 1 W 2 ^ [?] SMITH & CO., Household Furniture, Bedding, Picture Fr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 February 1883
SALE OF /VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD - ; FURNITURE. f^iOURTHOPE & CO. are favoured with V^ instructions from J'. G. Lee Steere, Esq., to sell 'by public auction at his 'resi- i denee St. George's Terrace, Perth, on FRIDAY NEXT, 9th FEBRUARY, 1883. Magnificent Telescope Dining Room TABLE (with extra flaps) to seat 14. : 16 handsome horsehair CHAIRS 7 cane and 4 mahogany do. 4 elegant Lamps Chiffionier Knives, forks, and Kitchen utensils Double iron Bedsteads, Child's cot, Mat-i tresses, Feather bed, 'Wash stand, Towel horses, Chest Drawers, Looking Glass Large Outside Boiler Buckets, ^^e.^^^ ; Feb. 5, 1883. THURSDAY NEXT, 8th FEBRUARY, AT 12 O'CLOCK. FIFTH LARGE CLEARING OUT SALE AT MESSRS. HABGOOD AND CO.'S, PERTH. IN RETAIL SHOP. E SOLOMON & CO. have received inj . structions to sell as above a variety of Merchandize consisting of— Teas of all . sorts, Rope- Clothing, Silk, Satin, Sarsmet, Oilmen Stores, Lamps, Cordials, Soap, Nails, Liverpool Salt, and a large assorts . men...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 February 1883
TEEMS FOR ADVERTISING IN THE DAILY PEWS. ? For advertisements relating: to servants or 'tradesmen wanted or -wanting engage ments, and leases to let or for Bale, a charge dtwo shillings only will be made for all notices not exceeding 4 lines, and 3d. for iaaob. additional line for the first inpertion ; 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 special ar rangement, for advertisements appearing three months and upwards. ? PRICE ONE PENNY. WILL be published in Perth EVERY AFTERNOON, and forwarded to subscribers by the earliest convenience. Copies tna/be had from the undermen tioned agents :- ^ ^ p Eordl?am- Fremantle ??? ^ Mr. R. Birch. r*nllHfnr-l ... Master Sainsbury. Gulldtord ? Mr. R. Meares. Newcastle ??? ?',«? ^ mi. ^^i Snbury- ? v'^S a: ???: ? mk Gascoyne ... Messrt. Crowther & Baston. and at the office of The Inquirer ...
EASTERN RAILWAY. FREMANTLE STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 February 1883
EASTERN RAILWAY. FREMANTLE STATION. Wbexdat Trains.— Dep. ?? 7.30 a.m., 10.15 a.m., noon, 3.30 p.m., 5.10 p.m., 10 p.m. Arr. : 10.9 a.m., 11.44 a.m., 2.44 p.m., 4.59 p.m., 7.49 p.m., 11.30 p.m SuHDAT Trains.— Dep.: 2 p.m., 9 p.m. Arr. : 3*29 p.m., 10*29 p.m.
CITY POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, February 8. (Before the Mayor (Mr. Shenton), and Lieut.-Colonel Angelo and J. B. Roe, J,'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 February 1883
CITY POLIPU COURT. THURSDAY, February 8. (Before the Mayor (Mr.^,Shenton), and Lieut.-Colonel Angelo and J. B. Roe, J,'sP(.) JMV* James Grave, a member of tho well known firm of Messrs. Smith & Co., ap peared to answer to a summons charging him with having last Tuesday unlawfully , assaulted one of his apprentices, named . GarretyBurn. ? . The complainant conducted his own case, while Mr. S. H. Parker appeared on behalf of the defendant. Garrety Burn, sworn, deposed: Last Tuesday evening I was crossing the yard of Messrs. Smith & Co. with an empty paint pot, having used the contents on my work, when I met Mr. Grave, who said ' Give that pot to Mr. Dalziel.' I did so, when he added, ' Go back to your bench now.' I replied, ' I won't, I am not going to be messed about any more.' I said this because he had previously told me to tell my father to. come down to him that . fresh indentures might be made out to bind me to the paint ing trade. ? He then said, ' Where's your ...
PERTH STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 February 1883
PERTH STATION. Wbbkdat Tjbains (to Fremantle). — 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 Gwildford. — Dep.: 8.20 a.m., 12.50 p.m., 6 p.m. Irom Fremantle. — Arr.: 8.9 a.m., 10.54a.m., 12.39 p.m., 4.9 p.m., 5.49 p.m., 10.49 p.m. From Guildford.— ArrU 9.19 a.m., 1.54 p.m., 6.59 p.m. Sunday' Tbains (to Fremantle). — Dep. : t.50 p.m., 9.50 p.m. From Fremantle.— Arr.: 2.39 p.m., 9.39 p.m.
MEMORANDA FOR FEBRUARY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 February 1883
MEMORANDA FOR FEBRUARY 9. , Sitn: Rises, 5-33; sets, 6*55. Moon: New Moon, Feb. 8, 1-4-1 a.m. High water, (.-frayes , Roads— morning, 9*07; afternoon, 9*58./, ' ..,''i' W:, ??'?:
CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 February 1883
CABLE TELEGRAMS. (associated press telegtsams.) LONDON, February 5. The prospectus of a new AngloAustra lian Steam 'Navigation Company has been published. The capital is fixed at .£600, 000, and it is proposed to obtain eight or ten largo vesBeJs which shall be able to make the through passage from England to Australia in from forty-two to forty-six days. The announcement that the formal coro nation of the Czar -will take place in May has provoked fresh demonstrations by the Nihilist societies in Russia, -which have issued a proclamation warning the Czar, that the policy of intimidation will be re Bumod unless the demands of their execu tive body are complied with before the date of the ceremony. Mr. Gladstone's health has been com pletely restored by his visit to Cannes, and he has returned to England for a few days. Fears are entertained by a large section of the Malagasy people that the French fleet now on the coast of Africa will bom bard Tamatave, the principal sea-port of Mada...