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AN OVER-ZEALOUS OFFICIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 February 1883
AN OVER-ZEALOUS OFFICIAL. Sir, — I see 'Another Ratepayer' has replied to my note re 'incivility' in your Tuesday's issue. No doubt the eulogiuin he passes upon the Band's performances will be highly appreciated by the ' indivi duals' in question. A little further expla nation is perhaps necessary to describe this unpleasant little contretemps, and should this attempt to do so not prove satisfactory to ; the writer of ' rudeness rebuked,' I, at all events, am quite prepared to throw off my nom-de-plume and, with my friends who feel aggrieved, appeal to ' higher authority' if the treatment the ' individuals' received was not a ' downright insult.' On the evening of the banquet, after the Band had played for about an hour, one of the butlers engaged asked the Band if they would take a little refreshment (thiB person has since alleged that he was authorised by one of the Stewards to do so). Some of the Band asked for lemonade, others for beer. When in the act of returning with the refr...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. SUMMERS' CASE AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 February 1883
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. SUMMERS' CASE AGAIN. ? ^ Sir, — In the last issue of your paper Mr. W. H. Summers, of Guildford, complains that though I applied for and got an Order discharging him from his Bankruptcy that yet he has not received the Order. When the Order was made I informed him that the Registrar of the Court would issue it upon payment of the Court fee of .£1. JOHN HORGAN. Hay Street, Feb. 8.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 February 1883
Crrr of perth gas company, r LIMITED. NOTIOE.rr-The Itegistered Office of this Company has; been removed to the office of Messrs. Crowder and Letchford, Goderich Street,, Perth. ? ? . F. CROWDER, Chairman. Perth, November 6, 1882. P. A- GUGERI, Wine and Spirit Merchant, HAS on Sale the following Wines, Spirits, and Beers, ex Charlotte, Pad bury, Charlotte, and Helena Mena. Also, to arrive ex West Australian, Arafura,. and Mikado, from London — ££ BRANDY g o I RUM | 3 2 GIN H 11 GENEVA | *g ? PORT £§ §| SHERRY -'i |g CLARETS I i§ ALE& § ?g STOUT V In Hhds., Qtr.-casks, Octaves, and' in Bottle. In bond and duty paid. All of the Besc Brands and Lowest Prices. P. A. GTJGERI, St. George's Terrace, Perth. PROSPECTUS O F T H E Perth Gas Company (LIMITED.) Capital : — .£20,000, in 20,000 shares of £1 each. DEPOSIT of one shilling per share on application ; one shilling and six pence on allotment ; and calls of two shil lings and sixpence each to be made as required, and at intervals...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 February 1883
. ..... ? ' -tf ? : ? p' Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £33, or Por £50. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, wnicn will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished Por £46, or Por £63, or Por £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 . Pi W SMITH & Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, DIonliHiigs, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Counters, and Mi«j» Fittings. CARPETS PLANNED, LAID & MADE. FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN , ? ? . ? ? ? ? . ?♦????????? ' ????' Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] :RENCH POLISHERS. CAEVEHSj f PICTURE FRAMERS. ? ?;? K tn -J . .s h ... 0. ...... O. Q PICTUEES Mounted, . STEETCHED, f^ ' AND ifiAMED. CARPETS MADE. [?] DOORS, SASHES, SHOP FITTINGS, AND MANTELPIECES. CARPETS MADE * B UJ ^ SMITH &am...
SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 February 1883
Sttl-P-PING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED— FKBBtTAKY 7. . AKAFURA, barque, 540 tons, Witkins, from London, Nov. 12. . February 8. CLAYMORE, barque, 273 tons, Richards, from Port Adelaide. PUBLIC' SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. ALBANlY. — Arrived: Feb. 7, 6 a.m., R.M.S. Clyde, from Adelaide. Sailed: Feb. 7. 12*30 p.m., R.M.S. Clyde, for Colombo; 4*15 p.m. Macedon, s., for Fremantle. MELBOURNE. — Arrived: Feb. 6 (dur ing night), R.M.S. Siaui, from Albany. GERALDTON.— Sailed : Feb. G, Moon light, cr.y for. Port Irwin; Sarah, cr., for Gaacoyne. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. Thw steamship Macedon left Albany at a ?garter past four o'clock p.m. yesterday. She will probably be heai*d of from Bussel ton this afternoon and reach Fremantlo about nine .o'clock to-morrow morning. The barque Arafura, like the West Australian, has made a very fair passage from London — S(- days from Gravesend. ARRIVAL' OF R.M.S. CLYDE AT -.' :' -! 'ALBANY. The P. & O. Co.'s R.M.S. Clyde, Capt. Ednurad, with mails from the E...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 February 1883
T. WETHERALL (ALIAS DADDY,) mHB Oldest Porter in the colony, with a X Spring trap, will take parcelB from tfee Railway Station at the lowest charge —from 2d. to 3d. Fremantle, February 8, 1883. MEDICAL.— Dr. Charles Arthttr can be consulted daily at Mrs. Edwards', Murray Street, Perth. Squintinjj. Ad '* vantages : I leave no blemish. Expedition aa 4 to 1 against any living expert. Chloroform Dot requisite. Fee, from 25s. to 20 guineas, accordiug to position. FOX SALE. — One Cart Mare, Har nb83, and Dray. Apply, B. EL. UABGOOD, William Street, Pertb. February8, 1883. -\TT A. N T E D A C A R T E R. W Must be strong and sober. EDWD. KAY COURTHOPE, ?''.'? Perth. February 8, 1883. West Australian, copy. OTECE TO MERCHANTS, STORE ^KEEPERS, AND OTHERS. Wanted byanative-born West Australian, ft about 28 years of age, a SITUATION as ' BOOK KEEPER, CLERK, or STORE ASSISTANT. Has always been in con stant' employment and cau produce most excellent references. Is fully up to any ?work required. ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 February 1883
Births, Marriages and Deaths. MARRIAGE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MAYHEW— JEWELL.— On the 31st ultimo, at St. John's Church, Fremantle, West Australia, by the Rev. D. Glyn Watkins, Chaplain, Edward William Alfred Augustine Mayhew, only son of the late Edward Mayhew, M.R.C.S.,E., Chilian Navy, and grandson of the late William Mayhew, M.P. for Colchester, &nbsp; England, to Agnes Maria, sixth daughter of Richard Roach Jewell, Superintendent of Works. 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.
The Daily News. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 February 1883
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1883. &nbsp; "As pants the hart for cooling streams" in the time of drought, so do our youths long to lave their heated dusty limbs in the refreshing waves of the Swan during the hot summer season. But authority bars the way and sternly forbids the enjoyment of any such a healthy and necessary recreation as that of bathing, and by every means in its power endeavours to uphold, and tries strongly to enforce, the strict ob servance of those glad tidings so glorious to the filthy aboriginal, or equally filthy lowest-classed English man—the Gospel of Dirt! &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; But the fearful tidings passed from official mouth to official ear that the doctrines of the Gospel of Dirt were disregarded — that the authorities were set at nought — and that justice was violated by the juvenile portion of our civic population; so it was forthwith &nbsp; determined that the majesty of the law should be vindicated, and that its mighty...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 9 February 1883
——I ? ? -ia*J** j TEEMS FOB ADVERTISING IN THE ? DAILY SEWS. 'For advertisements relating to servants or -tradesmen wanted or panting engage Sents, and leases to let or for sale^a charge ?oitwo shillings only will be made for all Notices not exceeding 4 Unes, and 3d. for S additional line for the first insertion ; fl£h3P rate for each subsequent in sertion. Other advertisements not exoeed £ TUnes, 3s. 6d., and 3d. each, additional iSVone-thiri rate only for subsequent insertions. Reduced rates, by special ar rangement, for advertisements appearing j three months and upwards. C&e Baity ^eto& PRICE ONE PENNY. WILL be published in Perth EVERY AFTERNOON, and forwarded to tioned agents :— M^ j p ji^^nm. Fremanfcle ??? \ Mr. R. Birch. _ M ,- -, Master Sainsbury. Guildford ? Mr. R. Meares. Newcastle ... — M Q Throssoll. Northam ... ?« Mr. jogepa Pyke. ?York ... ??? ^ A Eosseloty Vasse ... — Mr. R. Forrest. Bunbury ? ^ j M Palmer ^ba?7 ? ? . Mr. C. P. Reilly. Geraldton ... -...
PERTH STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 9 February 1883
PERT H-:-. STATION. ?WkkkdA-T Tbains (to Fremantle). — Dep. : ».3O a.m., 11.5 a.m., 2.5 p.m., 4.20 p.m., 7.10 p.m., 11 p.m. To Guildford. — Dep. : 8.20 a.m., 12.50 p.m., 6 p.m. irom Fremantle. — Arr. : 8.9 a.m., 10.54 a.m., 12.39 p.m., 4.9 p.m., 5.49 p.m., 10.49 p.m. From Guildford. — Arr. : 9.19 a.m., 1.54 p.m., 6.59 p.m. Sunday Trains (to Fremantle). — Dep. : 3.50 p.m.j 9.50 p.m. From Fremantle.— Arr. : 2*39 p.m., 9.39 p.m.
THE FRACAS IN GODERICH STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 9 February 1883
TBE FRACAS IN GODElilCH STREET. Yesterday afternoon, between four and five o'clock, an unusual scene occurred in the City. Several men proceeded to a cottage to oust, the tenant. When they arrived there they found that the tenant was absent and that the cottage was locked up. Forth with they effected an entrance by forcing the lock from the door, when they put two men in possession. Just then .the tenant, accompanied by his father, madeliis appear ance, wh^n he demanded by what right they had entered his dwelling. ' Some high words ensued, after which one person rushed at the tenant and grappled with him. , A severe Btruggle ensuedj but, the- tenant catching his heel against a board, fell. In a moment b.0 waa un again, and closing witjh hisonnpn enfc threw him to the ground with great Tiolence. An6ther persoii meanwhile rush ed at the other party, and being the younger man had the beat of the contest. The. fight ;hen raged furiously for some time, but ul timately the tenant arid his...
The Daily News. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 9 February 1883
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1883. The case of Barn v. Grave, which was tried yesterday in the City Police Court, was in itrelf of the most insig nificant character aud utterly devoid of all interest to the public whatsoever, but it acquii'ed an adventitious degree of importance owiug to the extraor dinary behaviour indulged in by the ? Justices who adjudicated upon the case. These gentlemen were His Worship the Mayor aud Lieut.-Oolonel Angelo. The Sherjff also occupied a seat on the Bench, but as he entered the ponrt late, after the case had been half 'hqard', He,, fortunately for himself, did,vnjofc.takeaany part in the matter at *$S. !$'*&Meq[cirt of course, very, properly occupied the seat of honor and acted as Cbairrnati of the Bench,- and there fore., became the mouthpiece ot the ;Bench, throagh whom their ultimate unanimous opinion should have been announced after having ascertained the opinion of Mb colleague upon the caso. 'Gentlemen of the jury, have you agreed upon yonr ve...
SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED—FEBRUARY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 9 February 1883
SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED — February 9. MACEDON, steamer, Craig, from Al bany, via Busselton and Bunbury. Psssen :gers— PUBLIC SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. VASSE.— Arrived : Feb. 8, 6-30 p.m., Macedon, s., from Albany. Sailed : Fob. -8, 8-20 p.m., Macedon, s., for Bunbury. Feb. 9, Theresa, sch., for Bunbury. BTJNBURY.— Arrived: Feb. 8, (mid night), Macedon, s., from Vasse. Feb. 9, 1-30 a.m., Macedon, s., for Fremantle. PORT IRWIN.— Sailed : Feb. 7, Minnie and Belle of Bunbury, schrs., for Freman ,tle. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The steamship Macedon reached the wharf at Fremantle at a quarter past twelve this afternoon, after a tolerably good passage from Albany of forty-four hours, including stoppages of two hours and one and a half hour, respectively, at Busselton and Bunbury. The Mauedon is announced for despatch to Geraldton next Tuesday afternoon, at three o'clock.
IN THE SUPREME COURT. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) FRIDAY, February 9. CONTEMPT OF COURT. In re HUGH SLOAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 9 February 1883
IN 'THIS SUPREME CO URT. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) FRIDAY, February 9. CONTEMPT OF COURT. In re Hugh Sloan. This case was continued from last Friday, when an order was asked fcr the commital to gaol of Mr. Hugh Sloan, for contempt, inasmuch as he had not obeyed an Order of the Court. Messrs. S. H. Parker and Geo. Parker appeared to obtain the Order, and Messrs. Geo. Leake and F. M. Stone showed cause. Mr. S. H. Parker having shortly opened the case, and all the witnesses excepting the Trustee and the petitioning creditor having been ordered out of Court, Hugh Sloan was called, and deposed : On the 2nd December I received £750 from you (Mr. Parker), on behalf of Mr. Ferguson, I recollect receiving a letter from Messrs. Parker & Parker claiming .£172 5s. from me, bufc.I.don't remember- the date. I don't know- whether that was the correct balance, as I never troubled myself to make it up; the letter is in Mr. Burt's office; I never replied to your letter, but I beli...
ADDRESSES TO THE GOVERNOR. VALEDICTORY ADDRESS FROM BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 9 February 1883
ADDRESSES TO THE GOVERNOR. VAIJEDTX3TOBT ADDRESS PitOM BU1TBTTBY. The following Address was presented to His Excellency Sir William Robinson on his departure from Bunbury on the 4th instant. There were a large number of residents gathered to witness the ceremony the presentation being mode by Mr. H. W. Venn, J.P. (Member for the district), who was accompanied by Mr. T. C. Carey (Member for the Vasse),. Mr. David A. Day (Chair man of the Bunbury Municipal Council), Mr. W. Pearce Clifton ^Resident Maeis trate), Mr. W. Spencer (Chairman of the Wellington Roads Board, and other of the principal inhabitants :— . To His Excellency Sir William Cleaver Francis Robinson} K.G.M.G., Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over Ihe Colony of Western Australia, S(c, fyc., fyc. Mat it please Youb Excei»i»ency, — We, the inhabitants of the district of Wellington and the town of Bunbury, beg leave to tender to your Excellency an ex pression of our sincere regret that the time has arrived for your de...