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OUR CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 13 February 1883

OUR GROWN LANDS. The following interesting article on the disposal of tho Crown lands of this colony, which appears in The SoutJi Australian Chronicle of January 27, may well claim the serious attention of our legislators, and indeed of ^everyone whose wish, ia to promote the interests of Western Australia : — As a field for pastoral speculation Western Australia just now presents Bpecial attrac tiaoa» There is more land open for selection there than in all the rest of the continent. This partly, but not wholly, accounts for tha mania recently displayed on the part of capitalists and speculators for acquiring runs in that favoured region. Other ..in fluences are at work. The regulations oa which the land system is based are very easy. Lessees are favored with very lenient terms. To obtain a run it is only necessary to mark off the area required on the map of the district, and if not previously applied for the lease of the land marked is at once granted. As long as the lessee pays th...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Daily News. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 February 1883

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1883. Hogarth's cartoons of the ' Seven ?Stages of Cruelty' exhibit with sicken ing vividness the brutal inhumanity of the lower classes in England during the Georgian era — a brutality which, thank Heaven ! has since been wonder fully diminished owing to the spread of Religion, the advance of Education, and the increase of Civilization among the laboring classes of Great Britain. Nor has the change been effected without the powerful assistance of the Law. The passing of the well-known ' Martin's Act,' and the formation of the Sooiety for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to see that the Act was' strictly enforced, terrified into humanity those more brutal natures which were not amenable to the softer and more generous influ ences exercised by Religion and her handmaid, Education. So successful has this Society proved to.be in-its labors of love in the Mother Country that branches have been established in various portions of the British Empire, one of the m...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MEMORANDA FOR FEBRUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 February 1883

MEMORANDA FOR FEBRUARY; 16. Sun: Rises, 5*39; sets, 6*49. Moon: First Qr., Feb. 14, 5*39 p.m.;, setB, 12*1 a.'in.': ? -High water, Gages RoadB— mqrning, 2*54 % evening, 3.34. . ,, -. . ! - ??'

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SWEARING-IN OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE ADMINISTRATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 February 1883

THE SWEARING-IN OF BIS - iSXd'^t'I'^N'O'r/TSE ADMINIS /'''*? J'lK '''''' y\ TRATOB. ? , At;. 4:3Q! p.m. yesterday morning the late 'Governor of this 'Colony; Sir William Robinson, embarked on board the P. & O. steamer Nizam, which proceeded on her way to-Port Adelaide tit 5*50 a.m. Accor dingly. His Honor the Chief Justice was sworn-in shortly after noon yesterday, in the Legislative Council Chamber, as Ad ministrator of the Government, when there were present, the members of the Executive ' Council, several members of the Legisla ture, and a number of Government officials ?and prominent citizens. '. '? . As soon as His' Honor had taken the usual oaths, which were administered by the Colonial Secretary (Mr. Hon. M. Fraser, C.M.G.), as senior member of the Execu tive Council, a Vice-regal salute of seven teen guns was fired by the Volunteer Artillery Corps, opposite the Post Office. His.. Excellency,.. after receiving the con gratulations of those present, proceeded to Govern...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 February 1883

THE MAILS. Due at G.P.6., Perth :— From England,. Feb. 16 and Mar. 3. From Eastern colojiiepv Feb. 24. - ; .;..'. Despatched from G.P.O., Perth: — For England, &c, Feb. 17 and March 3. For Eastern Colonies, Feb. 23. ? ' .-'' ; i:'-'

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THE LATEST NEWS FROM THE NORTH-WEST FULL PARTICULARS OF THE LATE ATROCIOUS MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 February 1883

$BE ZATEST NEWS ; FROM . ? THE XOZTB-WV^l PULL pX&TICtfLABS OV TItE bAiB ArSdclO^*. MOKDEfiS. The following? fall particular of&e Utd murder on thfc Fiferoy. Rivet, of 2tfr Anthony Cornish/ have; been most.courtebb ly supplied us by Capt.- O'Grady, of the Amur. On the morning of the I'Sfch of iabfc Decem ber Mr. A. Cornish, accompanied by a native who was carrying an axe, left his camp with a flock of weaners, and was'never again seen alive. His dead body yas found' about six miles from the camp,, lying under' ,a tree. Upon examination the persons: who' discovered the remains were horrified to1 ,find that the unfortunate gentleman had1 evidently been most brutally and foully murdered. . -The victim's head, which had been cleft open behind from top to bottom, had been almost dissevered from the trunk by a fearful blow, which had cut almost through the neck ; the righfrarm had been broken above the elbow ; and th,e poor man had also received a severe spear wound in the...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 February 1883

TERMS yO'a ADVERTISING IN THE DAILY NEWS. ' for advertisements relating to servants or tradesmen wanted or wanting engage SiSTand leases to let or for Bale, a charge urn . i^ree months and upwards. ? ? P/?/g£ ONE PENNY. WILL be published in Perth EVERY AFTERNOON, and forwarded to tioned agents :— ^ _ _, For atom. 3Fremantie — J ' Mr. R. Birch. _, „ ,. , Master Sainsbury. ©nildford ... ??? jir. R. Meares. ^Newcastle ?♦? *'j_r G-. Throssell. iNortham ... ??? jir.'joBepb. Pyko. York ... — ?' Mr. A. Roseeloty Vasee ??? ??? ^r- j^ Forrest. IBunbury ??? ?'«, j M palmer Albany ? Mr. C. P. Reilly. ©eraldton ... ??? ^ yjm. Moore. GreenoHgb. ??? Mr j Smith. X-ongarra ... ??? _, g Montague POR SALE. A quantity of WASTE PAPER. Apply at this office. ?OOR SALEjJIfY SIZE. 'OHROMOGRAPHS, capable of produo ng fifty impressions. Apply at «'B Offioe. ,.-#''/'??;.,;'? ' . MEDICAL. . T w. _ticholl£m'.d., *??**'? 1§J _Srth, daily, fromlO to 12 a.m., and 2 to 4 p.m. ? ? ELIGIBLE COUNTRY BLOCK FOR SALE;— A...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 February 1883

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Me. Archee. — Your letter is unavoidably crowded out of to-day's issue. Portonian. — Christmas Island, which was sighted by the Amur, on her way from .Beagle .Bay, is an isolated islet lying slightly off the direct route of vessels bound from Fremantle to the Straits of Sunda ; it is about 250 miles from the south coast of Java, and, in a bee-line, about 1200 miles from Beagle Bay. T. H. S., Guildford, says:— 'An Evil under the' Sun,' which Ihayooft'en witness ed in this colony, oiv as soriie people when they have read it will perhaps call an evil in the shade, is, that wlit'U shepherds rest their flocks during the hoat of the clay it is often done under the shade- of- trees, and the valuable manure goes to nourish the growth of useless trees. Ifc hn's occurred to mo that the evil might bo got rid of and good arise in its place ii' flockowners were to enclose one or two pieces of laud on con venient parts of their runs, so that their flocks could bo watered ne...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PASTORAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 February 1883

PASTORAL NEWS. We hear that the feed in the Kimberley .district is excellent, at present, and the stock are all. doing .extremely wel}. Settlers express their conviction' that it ,will prove to be a splendid pastoral country':

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MAILS FOR EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 February 1883

MAILS FOR EUROPE. Mails for England, India, China, etc., for transmission to Albany by contract packet Macedon, and thence to Colombo per R.M.S. Indus, will ? be closed at the General Post Office, Perth,, al 8 p.m., Guildford 6 p.m., and at Fremantle at 9 p.m., on Saturday next, February. .17: Money Orders issued up to noon to-morrow (Friday), Feb. 16. ' .. \ ,.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 February 1883

n , \ OF PERTH GAS COMPANY, (J LIMITED. NOTICE.— Th» Registered Office of ihis Company has Veen removed to the u&ceot Messrs. Crowder and Letchford, Gcurich Street, Perth. oRowj?ER- Chairman. P rth, November 6, 1882. P. A- GIJGERI, Wine and Spirit Merchant, I TAS on Sale the following Wines, IX Spirits, and Beers, ex Charlotte, ^dburyf Charlotte, and Helena Mena. Also, to arrive ex West Australian, Arafura, »ud Mikado, from London — ££ BRANDY § 5 1 RUM g Sa gin I 1| GEN EVA | . T'% PORT |JS pi SHERRY 'g 8g CLARETS S ll ALE& ; | ?§ STOUT P lu Hhds., Qtr.-casks, Octaves, aud in I ottle. In bond and duty paid. All of it e Best Brands and Lowest Prices. p. A. GUGERI, St. George's Terrace, Perth. OF THE i erth Gas Company (L1IVI1TED.) Capital :— £20,000, in 20,000 shares of '£X each. I\EPOSIT. of one shilling per share on. XJ application; one shilling, and six-* Snce on allotment ; and calls of two shil lings and sixpence each to be made as. rJ?ured,and,atintervalfi of no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 February 1883

Cabinet Makers, French Polishers, and Upholsterers Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £33, or For .£50. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will tie 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, whielfr will 'be forwarded Post Free on application. 0 p i 3 H -| SMITH & Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, Manldings, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings. CARPETS PLANNED, LAID & MADE. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN ? » Mattrasses, Palliasses, SPRINS BEOS, COUCHES. [?] :RENCH POLISHERS. . ? » ? CAR.VESHSJ | U n fw £ ii u r t DICTURE FRAMERS. § H i K 1 k CO o p PICTURES Mounted, STEETCHED, v!:. and iMMED. CARPETS MADE. ? © ( 9 s ? S I s I ' Wig ID I SMITH & CO., Cabinet Makers. SMITH &am...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED—FEBRUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 February 1883

SHIPPING, PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED— February 14. JANET, three-masted-schooner, 211 tons, . Geo. P. Henf rey, from Sourabaya, 4th ult. ' HONOR, Austrian barque, 577 tons, R. 'Mareglia; .from Port Adelaide ' Dec. '8, via Beagle Bay Jan. 9. AMUR, barqiio, Henry O'Gradjy from Beagle Bay- 9th ult. ?'- i » ' ' -J' Febrtjabt 16. ? A.LBERT, ? : schooner, 44 .tons,, ; Ar. ;, L. r.ljjdgar^fiom Melbourne, 30th ult. cM 1 '&?':? ' SAILED ? i'lCBUTJART 13. MACEDON, s., John Craig, for Gerald bori. » Passengers — Miss Ker,- Messrs. H. W. Higman, Geo. Eaaton, C. F. Cooper, E. E. Brown, Millett, D. Murphy, J. Drinan, 'C.Whitfield, W. Polmer, Dexburghi and nineteen steerage. ' . February 15. MARIE, German barque, 464 tons, H. Ipland, for Shanghai Thompson, Sendey & Co., agents. . . _ BOB ROY, steamer, England, for Port Walcott, via Geraldton, Sharks Bay, and Carnarvon (Gascoyne Mouth.) Passengers: Mrs. Beatty, Mr. and Mrs. Woolhouse, Miss Woolhouse, Messrs. Edwards, Jeffery, Cornish...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 February 1883

ST. GEORG JE'S HALL, PERTH; COMMENCING MONDAY, FEBKUAKY 19. n., . ,_ . ? ? ?- - ? ? . ? .,?.. ,\ J± IR O H E R ' S DRAMATIC COMPANY IK TOM TAYLOR'S GRAND SENSA ' '?' ; TIONAL DBAMA Cbe Cicfeet--of-3leal)e iftam i . . _ ? ? ;-0-: ' .? ? OCBNEBT AND INCIDENTS: ? ACT 1.-BELLETTJB GAEDBNS. Seeing Life-^The Street Singer-f-The , Forged Bank of England Notes-The Arrest ! ACT 2.— A BILL-BROKER'S OFFICE IN —LONDON:— ' Back from Portland— The Safe Robbery— The Recognition— Cast Adrift ! ACT 3— THE ' BRIDGEWATER ARMS.' Hunted Down— The Conspiracy -r Hawk ???'? shaw (the Detective), to the Rescue! ACT IV.-SCBNB I. ; LONDON BY NIGHT. ' THE THREAT ! ON THE TRACK! ? SCENE II. ? A.H\ O3L.X- CITY ' The Crib Jumped ! The Signal ! The Struggle! The Detective's Vow ! ^HE TICKET-OF-LEAVE MAN. ' ? : — :-o-: ? ? ADMISSION : — Reserved Seats, 3s. ; , Second Seats, 2s. ; Balcony, Is. Tickets can be had, and Seats secured, at Mr. W. 'SNOOK'S, St. George's Terrace, Perth. Doors open 7-30;.. Commence at 8 sha...

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MAILS FOR EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 February 1883

MAILS FOR EUROPE. Mails for England, India, China, etc., for transmission to Albany by contract packet Macedon, and- thence to Colombo per ' R.M.S. ? Indusj ? will be closed at the General Post , Office, Perth, . ? at 8 p; in. , if»uildfordJ 6;pVm.;l'tand at Fremantle at 9 p.m., !on Saturday (to-morrow^, February 17. ????-- ?J.--V..:v ?:?'.,....-. ?_..-?*?- ,., -?

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STRANGE NEWS FROM ROTTNEST. Attempted Escape of Two Native Prisoners. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 February 1883

STRANGE NEWS FROM ? R0TTNE8T. Attempted Escape of Two Native Prisoners. :S. Valentine's Day -was celebrated in rather a strange fashion at Rottnest this year — indeed the excitement which prevail ed on the island last Wednesday will long be remembered' in, as the Herald styles it, the 'Natives' Paradise.'' It seems that Charles Hamilton, who last year was sentenced to penal servitude for life for shooting at Mr. Henry Gray, of Geraldton, was sent to Rottnest to paint a boatfor Miss Jackson. Two natives Capt. Jackson employs at tho station — though one of them, named Alex., a lifer, is one of the worst men on the island — carefully watched where the key 'was kept. At half post five o'clock they unlocked the boat house, seized the freshly-painted dingy, and, having placed provisions and sails on board, they carried the boat for about two miles across the island, until they arrived at the South-East coast. There they launched her, and sculled across to Dyer's Island. Meanwhile the alar...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 February 1883

THE MAILS. Due at O.P.O., Perth :— From England, Feb. 16 and Mar. 3. From Eastern colonies, Feb. 24. Despatched from Q.P.O., Perth .—For England, &c, Feb. 17 and March 3. For Eastern ? Colonies, Feb. 23, and (per Macedon) Mareh 3.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 February 1883

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. Congregationalism. — As the result of the references available to us at the moment we are enabled to state that the Rev. F. Miller was the first Congregational minister to permanently settle over a church in these colonies, and the Memorial Church, Hobart, was the first formed ; but, speaking strictly of the Australian colonies, Pitt-street Church, Sydney, was undoubtedly the- first to be established. This church was formed early in the year 1833 ; but there was a congregation of Independents meeting in a private house in Sydney several years earlier — perhaps as far back as 1829, and missionaries from Tahiti and other of the South Sea Islands occasionally ministered in the colony at a period still many years earlier — we were going to say thirty or forty years, at any rato soon after the first settle ment of New South Wales. We believe that in April next it is proposed to celebrate the introduction of Congregationalism into Australi...

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MEMORANDA FOR FEBRUARY 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 February 1883

MEMORANDA FOR FEBRUARY 17. Sun: Risea, 5*40; sets, 6*48. Moon: First Qr., Feb. 14, 5*39 p.m. j sets, 12-54 a.m. High water, Gages Roads — morning, 4'13 ; evening, 4*53.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 February 1883

TEEMS FOB ADVERTISING IN THE DAILY XEWS. J Tor advertisements relating to servants er tradesmen v/a.nted or -wanting engage SaS&ud leases to let or for sale, a charge &W Bhfflings only will De made for aU ighree months and upwards. P/?/C£ ONEJENNY. tioned agents :— M^ j ^ Fordbam. Fremantie ... ? ' Mr. R. Birch. - ' ;. , Master Sainsbury. GtaUaxora ? jjr- j^ Meares. Newcastle ??? ''-Mx GK Throssell. Nortiiam ? Mr.' Joseph Fyke. Xortc .... ?«? ? ^[r. A. KoBseloty Vas^e; ???? ... ??? Mr. B. Forrest. Bunjmry; ? ?„ j M Palmer £**&. ? ^^ c. P. ReiUy. Cterajdton ? Mr. Wm. Moore. Greenougu ??? Mr j Smith. F(5B SALE. A quantity cj WASTE ?' PAPER. Apply at this office. CHROMOGRAPHS, capable of produo ng ;fifty impressions. Apply at «'B Offioe. ? MEDICAL. J^.NICHOLIiSTMJX, ^«* from Eng Perth, daily, fromie to 12 a.m., and 2 to 4 p.mi ? * ? ^ ? _ ? ^ ? 1 ? ? EMGIBLB COUNTRY BLOCK FOR % SALE,— A 10-aore block of land, cleared and fenced, with a two-roomed otone cottage a...

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