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EUROPEAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 August 1882

EUROPEAN ITEMS. A National Drunkards' Conference is the ? latest American notion. The . conference was held at Arnolds, in Indiana, and is said to have been attended bv 20.000 drunkards from all parts of the United States. The qualification for membership is unfortunately not stated. Since the closing of Cremorne Gardens there has been only one place in all London, with its four millions of inhabitants, where public dancing in fhe open air has been fc£«ermitted, and that is the little pleasure ground adjoining tho Grecian Theatre in the City Road. The enemies of Terpsichore will learn with satisfaction that even from tha'Awiall space dancers are for the future to be excluded, the Salvation Army having agreed to purchase it for .£23,000. A gentleman, while in England recently, endeavoured to procure a number of hands to work on a farm in New Zealand, and after great persuasion induced a small number to engage to emigrate. But when the time for embarkation arrived the men refused to l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 August 1882

bale: or UNEEDEEMED PLEDGES. COURTHOPE & CO. HAVE received instructions from Mb. C. O. Speight, to sell by Public Auction at their Mart, Hay Street, Perth, on TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1882, THE FOLLOWING UNREDEEMED PLEDGES, VIZ,, Jan. 1882. 21st, — No. 472 English Lover Watch No. 3015, metal chain. 23rd, — No. C63 Patent Lever 'Watch No. 27761. 23rd, — No. 664 Silver Verge 'Watch No. 1317, and Steel Chain. 25th, — No. 670 Silver Verge Watch, broken case and metal chain No. 35191. Feb. 1882. 8th, — No. 674 Geneva Watch Silver, and Silver Chain, No. 12734. Oth, — No. 677 Open Faced Geneva Watch No. 577S7, and Metal Chain. 11th, — No. 679 Open Faced English Lever Watch, No. 9055. 13th,— No. 085 Silver Verge Watch No. f 5224. 13th, — No. 69G Double Case Silver Lever . Watch No. 6532. 14th, — No. 6S9 Open Faced three quarter Plate Geneva Watch No. 43154. Dec. 1881. 15th, — No. 225 Patent Lever 'Watch, jewel led in fifteen holes, double case. No. 35639, and Silver Chain. March 1882. 10...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 17 August 1882

HALF-A-CROW IN THE POUND DISCOUNT! BB'FOEE ALTERATIONS. ? ? W SAILiES TO OL'HS-A.S2. OUT. . ? o ? ; ? Finding his present premises insufficient for his business, is about to commence IMPORTANT ALTERATIONS AND EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS, 'Which, will when completed, afford his Customers double the existing ac commodation. In order to avoid LOSS from damage to stoct during the progress of the work, W. Gr. HE A RMAN has resolved upon offering the Public all goods, — (New Goods ex ship ' Hermann' included) AT A GREAT DISCOUNT, viz., TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE TN THE POUND. ? -o ? _ SSF SPECIAL TEEMS TOE PIANOS, AND THE TEADE. ? o ? KIT S-j®lX«IE3 IKTOH^ir OKI'. W. G. flKARMAN, Hay Street, Pertb, WHOLESALE AND RETABL DRAPER. 1 IPerth, July 11, 1882, Cigar Divan. DAVID 'GUTHRIE, mOBACCONIST, Bookseller, . Sta _|_ tioiier, and Importer of Fancy Goods. A large .and choice assortment of CUT TOBACCO. Agent for 'Vanity Fair Cigarettes. Kg' Next to J. H. Monger's Store, Hay Street, Perth. Perth, Ju...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 17 August 1882

Blindness, Deafness, £tc. ' PROFESSORS B. & A. MITCHELL, (from London.) Oculists, Aurists, and Specialists. HAVE arrived in Perth, after a long and. successful professional tour. Professors Mitchell may be consulted on all diseases of the eye, ear, throat, nose, etc., which are treated by them in accord ance with the most modern and improved systems of practice. The Perth practice of Professors B. & A. Mitchell being so ]arge as to fully occupy their time, they regret to announce that their consulting llooms at Fremantle will be closed i'or the future. The patients are therefore requested to attend at the PRIVATE CONSULTING ROO3IS, Freemasons' Hotel, Perth. Hours of consultation : — From 9 to 11 a.m., and from 4 co 6 p.in. Bussolton, March 11, 1S82. PbopessokB. Mitchell, Oculist and Aurist, Perth. Dear Sir, — I beg to tender you the sincerest thanks of myself and family for your, attentive and effectual treatment of my daughter's eye — the sight of which, though comp...

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CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, August l [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 17 August 1882

CABLE TELEGBAMS. (ASSOCIATED PEESS TEI.EGBA3IS.- LONDON, August 1 The insurgents at Ismailia are roportuj be largely reinforced, and orders have U issued by Arabi Bey for establislj encampments at several poiuts along- I Canal. j A police constable has been murderecj Parsonstown, King's County, Ireland. II supposed the murder is in revenge for sJ recent evictions. i The New Land League is beginninc extend its influences under the active aus]l of Mr. Parnell. A grand Conference | recently held at Manchester, at which I hundred branches were represented. I statement was made that the League | gaining strength in England. 1 The weather throughout England I tinues favourable, and the prospects of I coming harvest have never been brigl since the year 1872. | August 3§ The Marquis De Ray, who has ?gag some notoriety in consequence of his fj attempts to colonize some of the islani the Pacific, has been arrested in Francl a fraud in connection with his colouizJ scheme. | The persecutions in...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 17 August 1882

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL TUESDAY, AtJQtrsT 15. The Speaker took the chair at 7 o'clock. Lord Gilford brought up the report of the select committee on immigration which was read and ordered to be printed. Mr. Carey drew the attention of the House to the returns recently laid upon the table relative to the expenditure of the balance of the roads loan, and the expenses already in curred by the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent of roads for Supervision, and to that an humble address be presented to His Excellency the Governor on the subject of the Supervision of the balance .of the roads loan. The hon. member drew attention to the heavy cost of Supervision put on the Eoads Loan. A return placed upon the table showed that .£2355 had. been paid for superintendence to the 30th June last, on an expenditure of .£35,000. He found that the salaries amounted to -£7G2 7s. 6d., the Superintendent's salary being 20s. per diem, 15s. personal expenses, and 10s. norse hire, making in all 45s. pe...

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SUPREME COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16. FRANCISCO v. LAWRENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 17 August 1882

SUPJREME COURT. A ? WEDNESDAY, August 16. Francisco v. Lawrbnoij. His Honor the Chief Justice gave judg ment in this case as follows : — This case comes before me by way of appeal from a conviction obtained under the 44 Viet. No. 9, s. 40. The appellant was convicted for having suffered an unlaw ful game to be played on his premises. The English Act, from which this section was evidently taken, is extended to the offence of gaming, but the local Statute applies only to the playing of unlawful games. There is no definition clause, and therefore I am to see what games are un lawful. In Ben v. Harlston, 3 L.R.S.B., 454, the appellant was convicted by the Magistrate upon an information laid by the respondent of an officer under 35 and 36 Viet. c. 94, s. 17, which provides that if any licensed person ' suffers any gaming or iin lawf ul game to be carried on in his premises' he. shall be liable to a penalty. The game played was known by the name of ' puff and dart,' and Chief Justice Cock...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 17 August 1882

T^' O T t C E ' ALL GOODS left on our promises for sale must tfe REMOVED on or before THURSDAY, the 31st AUGUST. Any property remaining unapplied for on that date will be SOLD for the payment of storage charges. XJOURTHOPE & CO., Auctioneers, Perth. 7th August, 1882. TO ARRIVE ! ^ PER ' MARY BLAIR.' 10 tons Duffield's Superfine Flour 20 „ Magarey's do. 10 „ „ Household Flour. RATES LOW. E. KAY COURTHOPE, Perth. July 25, 1882. FOR SALE. — A Magnificent Oblique Trichord Pianoforte, by Broad wood, in first rate order. Price £90. A New Pianoforte, by Goddard. Price £45. A splendid 9-stop Chamber Organ, by Alexandre. Price, £40. A capital Pianoforte, by Stodarfc. Price, £18. Apply to— COURTHOPE & CO. Perth. July 25, 1882. 'PHCENIX FIRE OFFICE, m Lomba.rd Street and Charing Cross, LONDON. Established 1782. Insursnces against Loss by Fire are effected by the Phcenix Company upon every description of Property in every part of the World, on the most favor able Terms. The prom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 17 August 1882

PERTH^W.A. . 9 9 ^ V Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £33, or For £50. . . Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, whicli will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished Por £46, or Por £63, or Eor £84. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished^ For £95, or Por £152, or For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. d O i w j H § h 3 M 0 XS1 ? 7.7' DQ ? / . Eloalnliags, Skirtings, Architraves, Stop Counters, and Shop Fittinags. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN _ ? 0 ? ; ? _ Wiattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. — ; ? $ ? PICTURE FRAMERS. . . p-uHffli'i 3 C 02 *H W LJ H I OS « PICTURES Mounted, STEETCHED, AND FHAMED. CARPETS MADE. [?] DOORS, SASHES, SHOP FITTINGS, AND MANTELPIECES, ' CARPETS^ MADE. o ~ u ? ) ?V K I ! n ^^ £—3 am -£ r^ [?] Household Furniture, Bedding, Picture Frames, Picture Mouldings, Bedsteads. Cots...

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The Daily News. THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 17 August 1882

THURSDAY, AUGUST' 17, 1882. The action of the City Council yester- day in meeting the claim of Mr. ELSEGOOD, will be endorsed by the majority of the ratepayers. It is very much to be regretted that the matter ever went into a law court at all, for Mr. ELSEGOOD has been put to great expense, which might have been saved him without in any way com- promising the City Surveyor. The Council in paying Mr. ELSEGOOD his claim of £183 1s. without demur, have done well. As regards the statement of Mr. VICTOR in explana- tion of his conduct, which the rate- payers will be willing to accept, we think that if it could have been made previously to the action at law that much unnecessary trouble and expense would have been saved. There are two sides to every question, and opinion will always be divided. In passing a vote ot confidence in Mr. VICTOR, to which two members of the Council only dissented, that gen- tleman is relieved from the censure that has been passed upon him, at the same time it i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 August 1882

HALF-A-OROWN IN THE POUND DISCOUNT I BEFORE ALTERATIONS. ? o- ? ? $& S3-A.21.E3 TO OE^^^/E^ OTXT. ? o— ? W. G-. HEARMAN, I-I^Y ST3E5,*i;E!rX', PERTH. ? ? 0 ? ? Finding liis present premises insufficient for his business, is about to commence IMPORTANT ALTERATIONS AND EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS, Which will when completed, afford his Customers double the existing ac commodation. In order to avoid LOSS from damage to stock during the progress of the work, W. G. HE A EM AN has resolved upon offering the Public all goods, — (New Goods ex ship ' Hermann' included) AT A G-REAT DISCOUNT, viz., TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE IN THE POUND. 8^ SPECIAL TERMS FOR PIANOS, AND THE TRADE, ? o ? W. ft. -I1E&R9IAN, Hay Street, Pcrtli, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRAPER. Perth, July 11, 1882. Cigar Divan. DAYID 'GUTHEIE, mOBACCONIST, Bookseller, Sfca JL tiouer, and Importer o£ Fancy Goods. A large and choice assortment of CUT TOBACCO. Agent for Vanity Fair Cigarettes. g§T Next to J. H. Monger's Store...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 August 1882

Blindness, Deafness, Etc. PROFESSORS B. & A. MITCHELL, (from London ) Oculists, Aurists, aud Specialists. ^ TTA.YE arrived in Perth, after a long JlL and successful professional tour. Professors Mitchell may be consulted on all diseases of the eye, ear, throat, nose, etc., which, are treated by them in accord ance -with the most modern aud improved systems of practice. The Perth, practice of Professors B. & A. Mitchell being so large as to fully occupy their time, they regret to announce that their consulting Booms at Fremantlo will be closed for the future. The patients are therefore requested to attend at the PBIVATB CONSULTING ROOMS, Freemasons' Hotel, I Perth. Hours of consultation: — Prom 9 to 11 a.m., and from 4- to 6 p.m. TESTIMONIALS. Busselton, March 11, 1SS2. PkofessorB. Mitchell, Oculist and Aurist, Perth. Dear Sir,— I beg to tender you the sincerest thanks of myself and family for your attentive and effectual treatment of ray daughter's eye — the sight of...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Continued. TUESDAY, AUGUST 15. MESSAGE NO. 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 August 1882

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Continued. TUESDAY, AUGUST 15. MESSAGE .NO. 3. The Colonial Secretary observed in refer ence' to the proposal of the Jarrahdalc Timber Company, that it had been of great assistance to the colony in finding labor for a number ot persons ; hon. members would be aware that the company had a line of railway running from Eockingham to Jarrah dale, a distance of 23 miles, on steel rails, and within 12 miles of the main road to j Albany. They held a concession to cut | timber over 250,000 acres of land. They now come forward with a proposal to extend their line of railway to the Albany road, and it was for the House to consider whether the project would be one of general utility to the colony by opening up a way. of traffic for passengers and goods. If it would be of good service it would be for the House to consider what concession should be offered. One point to be considered would bo the means of transport for passengers and goods, from Rockinghani to Freniantle, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 August 1882

THOMPSON, SENDEY & 00,. AUCTIONEERS1, LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, SHIPPING & GENEHAJL COMMISSION] AGENTS, MOUATT STREET-FREMANTLE, AND HAY STREET— PERTH. f^ THOMPSON, SENI-EY & CO. \Jf. have to arrive per ' Annie Mc Donald,' from. London, and which will be submitted to Auction as soon as landed. 10 cases Roses Limejuice 5 „ Light Ball Blue ' 20 „ Sardines, f| and £ tins 31 „ Salmon, lib. tins 10 „ Fresh Henrings, lib. tins 10 „ ' Castor Oil, £ pts. 20 „ Salad Oil, £ and | pts. 35 „ Bottled Fruits, each 2 doz. 20 „ Jams, lib. [tins 25 ,f Pickles, each 3;doz. 120 baga London Dressed Rice 30 cases Colman's Stareh 300 boxes Candles, each 251b. 3 cases- Bell's, English Hams 3 ,, „ „ Bacon 10 „ Currants 20 „ Baisins (Elemes.) The whol© of the above lines having: been bought on very cheap terms, will positively b© sold at a very slight advance on invoice price. For date oi Sale see fature announcement. ©EO. THOMPSON, SENDEY & CO. Have on Sale ex Recent Arrivals,...

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OUR OPEN COLUMN. A SUGGESTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 August 1882

OUK OPEN COLUMN. A SUGGESTION. ? ?♦ ? TO THE EDITOR. Sib, — If rumour is worth listening to, I believe that the building now used as Bishop's Girls' College is about to he added to. Therefore I would succrest that the arms of our Late Bishop Hale be engraved in some conspicuous part of the structure when finished. When we consider that it is to Bishop Hale we are indebted for the building for educational purposes, no one will, I think, deny that such a memento would be appropriate. Perhaps many, like myself, would be glad to see that one so dear to their recollection had not been forgotten by those who now reap the benefit of his liberality. — Very truly yours, ONE OF THE OLD SCHOOL. Perth, August 16, 1882.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 August 1882

'J^' O T ICE' ALL GOODS left an our premises for sale must be REMOVED' on or before THURSDAY, the 31st AUGUST. Any property remaining unapplied for on that date will be SOLD for the payment of storage charges. COURTHOPE & CO., Auctioneers, Perth. 7th August, 1882. TO ARRIVE ! PER ' MARY BLAIR.' 10 tons Duffield's Superfine Flour 20 „ Magarey's do. 10 „ „ Household Flour, RATES LOW. E. KAY COFRTHOPE, Perth. Jnly25, 1882. FOR SALE.-— A Magnificent Oblique Trichord Pianoforte, by Broad wood, in first rate order. Price1 £90. A New PiA3fOFORXE,. by God&ard. Price £45. A splendid 9-sfcop Chamber Ojsgan, by Alexandra. Price, £M). A capital Pianoforte,, by Stodart. Price, £18. Apply to— COTJRTBOPE & CO. Perth. July 25, 1882. T-HCENIX FIRE. OTFIOI, JL Lombard Street, and Gharing: Cboss, LONDON'.. Established' 1782. Insurances against Loss by Fire are effected by the Phcehix- Company uponi every description of Property in every part of the World, on the mosfe favor abl...

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ACCIDENT ON GUILDFORD ROAD. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 August 1882

ACCIDENT ON GUILDFORD ROAD. TO THE EDITOR Sin, — I wish to bring to the notice of the public a piece of gross neglect on the T-art of the Municipal Council in placing a load of gravel in a heap in the centre of the traffic on. the Guildford road, which resulted in my horse being thrown down and myself thrown oat oi the cart, with two lads, who were also in the cart. Fortunately I escap ed with my right ear being severely cut and my wrist being ricked, but it might have easily ended fataly. — I remain, &c, F. TV. HOLLAND. Guildford, Atr^ust 17, 1S8-2.

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FREMANTLE RACES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 August 1882

FREMANTLE RACES, rO THE EDITOR. Sir, — In an old file of The' Inquirer (dated the 30th May, 1851), I notice' an an nouncement stating ' That the Eremamtle Races would be held on June 2, &c' What are the Sporting element at the Port at the present day thinking about,, that they cannot see their way to re-establish a yearly meeting, in these most successful (financially speaking) times of this long struggling colony. — Yours truly, SPORTSMAN.. Perth, August 16, 1882.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 August 1882

9 f-~ 9 V * j Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £33, or For £50. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, widen will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished Por £46,or ? : - For £63, cr For £84, Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which ! will 'be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished For £95, or Por £152, or For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. e 0 O i 6 § 3. ! ?tr' a h q ? Blowltlisigs, Skirtiaigs, Architraves, SIi»js Counters, and Shop fittiwgs. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN ? ? ? — ♦ ? : ? ?? ? Wlattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ? — -. ? ♦— ? C2 J&. 3ES.'V 3E5 2S S 9 f PICTURE FRAMERS. .QDt a-, hj o ' ^ s M B H 02 ' Q 0 PICTURES Mounted, STEETCHED, AND FRAMED. CARPETS MADE. \ DOOES, SASHES, SHOP FITTINGS/ AND * wmtim CARPETS MADE. o « @- OS ? 0 B S fa «y ^ [?] SMITH & CO., Household Furniture, Bedding, Picture Frames, Picture...

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GUITEAU'S EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 August 1882

GUITEATJ'S EXECUTION News by the Mail from Europe informs us that Guiteau preserved his consistency to the last. On the day before his stangulation he made a will directing that if any person should desire to honour his remains they ai'e at liberty to do so 'by erecting a monument whereon shall be inscribed the words, 'Here lies the body of Charles Guiteau, patriot and Christian. His soul is in glory.' The written production, which he styled his ' Dying Prayer on the Gallows,' was one of the most blasphemous emanations of the kind it is possible to conceive. Hardly less revolting was the composition which he was allowed to chant after the rope had been adjusted round his neck. He had evidently made up his mind not to go to the gallows with a hungry stomach. We read that ' he breakfasted heartily at 6.30 on steak, eggs, and potatoes, and told the cook to bring dinner promptly by 11 o'clock,' and 'at 11.30 he demanded dinner, which was brought in. He ate with relish lib. of boiled ste...

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