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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

B. STEIN & CO., Wholesale & fietail BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, & IMPORTERS OF FANCY GOODS, B ABBAGE STREET, PERTH. TEE Largest Stock of School and Prise Books always on hand. B. STEIN & CO, Are the largest Importers of Ordinary and Fancy Stationery, Account Booka and all kinds of Stationery Sundries. B. STEIN & CO.'S Xmas. New Year, Birthday, and other CAEDS are unrivalled both foi beauty of selection and j low prices. B. STEIN & CO.'S Is tiie only select private Lending Library in the colony. B. STEIN & CO. Are the Agents 'for all Colonial and English Papers and Magazines at lowest prices. B. STEIN & CO. Are ready to supply all Mechanics' Institutes, Beading Booms, and Private libraries with every Branch of Literature at London Prices. Tomlinson, Clough & Co.3 ENGINEERS, BOILER & GIE DER MAKERS. ~ PHONIX IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, PERTH. . ? . .HYDRAULIC SCREW AND ^ LEVIER WOOL ÄND HAY PRESSERS, if >; . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

Ï'HE WESTERN MAIL. JS published Weekly. It contains all the News of the Week, Form and Station Beports, Sporting, Stones, Huu3ourr -Ladies' Column, eic. AGENTS ; PEBTH ... ... ". Mr. V» G. Molloy AÍBANÍ ... ..; ... Mr É Tunney ABTHÜB BiyER. Messrs F & C Piesse BEVEELEY . Mr H H Sewell BBIDOETOWH . Mr A W Moulton BONBUBT . Mr B Forrest Captais» . Mr WL Gibbs CifeWi.BVOH ... ... Mr. fi. Cleveland t ÖofctuRBA Mr S F Moore ^kfÍEMA.NTLE . Mr E A Archdeacon t " . Mr J Fordham GEBALDTOX . Mr T ~W Stroud GBEESfOute' ... ... Mr Edward Gray KIHBEBLET ' ... MessrsYoüuginan, Holmes &Co. j Kew^lsxik ! ... ... Mr C S Monger UtoBTHAit . Mr G L Throssell BOEBOUBJÎE . Mr Frederick Pearse VASSE ... * ..; Mr A fi Pries WILLIAMS El VEE ... Mr;F & C Piesse ..' TOBE ..- ... Mr H J Horley XJKDDK : Gordon & Gotcli, St. Bride Street, ' Ludgate Circus ;, ?' Bites, Hehdy aud Co 75, Walbrook^ " B Watson, ISO, Fleet Street, E " _G. Street, 3^, Cornhill '. " T'.Algor,8, Cletùente'...

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THE WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

THE "WELLINGTON ROADS BO ABD. To THE EDITOR. SIB,-It is not often that any of us j find much fault with our Roads Board, the mémbers generally taking consider .able interest ia their work and giving on the whole great satisfaction, but if bvhat ^ I hear is correct, that they wish to have % st road declared from the Northern 6X7 rtremity of Lake Preston, skirting along its western shores, to the southern end, and across to the old Perth road which runs parrellel with, and at a distance of about two miles from its eastern shores, I think they are going somewhat farther than is warranted by public necessity or convenience. Anyone acquainted with the locality knows that the {strip of country this road will run through is only about an average width of half a mile (having the sea on one side and the Lake on tho other) and with t he exception ef a portion at the northern end andlately t aken np on S.O.L., the whole strip to within a mile of the top end of the Lake, is and bas been for a g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

THE AUSTRALASIAN MUTUAL LIVESTOCK INSURANCE SOCIETY LIMITED. .CAPITAL ... £100,000. PRINCIPAL OFFICE: VICTORIA CHAMBERS, 59 QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE. DIRECTORS: -JOHN L. DOW, Esq., M.P., MIDDLE BRIGHTON, (Cliairman.) THOMAS LEARMOUTH, Esq., ABDOCH TOWER, ESSENDON. HON. J. F. LEVIEN, M.P., DBYSDALE. OBJECTS: rilHIS SOCIETY, which is now incorpor J- ated, is established to protect the Owners of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, .and Dogs, against loss by reason of their .death from any cause. ^Agents, Western Australia : Messrs. Forrest & Angove. The Society affords to Stockowners the -opportunity of insuring against loss through the death of their Stock, either from natur- al causes or by accident, and at the same time it offers to Capitalists security for in- vestment ia a class of property which here- tofore has been subject to great risk. Morses* 'Entires or Brood Mares will be ensured to -an extent not exceeding two-thirds of their value, as assessed by the Society's officer ; ...

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Wit and Humour. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

King Theebawhas four queen wives besides a score of assistant sharers in Ms -royal smiles. Is it any wonder that when they all made a demand upon him for winter bonnets and sealskin sacques he found it cheaper to go to war with England P The rage nov in Paris is to bo married at midnight. This is a wise move. It accustoms tb« bride to waiting up until midnight for her husband's return. An Indian editor finds that the Episcopal marriage service allows sixteen wives, four better, four wors«, four richer, four poorer. A philosopher who had married an ignorant girl used to call her " brown sugar," because he said she was sweet but unrefined. "I have here a letter directed to the prettiest woman in the house," announced the chairman of a woman's rights meeting. Four reporters on the front seat were trampled to death in the rush for the speaker's stand; A Scotch preacher, sent to offioiato one Sunday at a country parish, was accommo- dated at night in a very diminutive closet instead of t...

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NOT BY ACCIDENT. A STORY BY E. W. THOMPSON. (FROM THE DETROIT FREE PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

" 2Í0T BY ACCIDENT. j A STOUT BY E. W. THOMPSON. (FROM THE DETROIT FREE PRESS.) Death ia so much the comrade of life that a man of ordinary fortitude does not, after the iii st shock, blench and shudder much to know that he has been louched by an incurable and rapid disease. Which of us has not known some friend, some consump- tive, perhaps, who has accepted the ' announcement of early doom without a sign of horror and gone on, a little more serious perhaps, but quietly and cheerfully to the end P George Beckett, of Bastonvale, when he left the office of Dr. Phil potts, wbo, as examiner for an insur- ance company, had refused a risk on his life, gave scareely a thought to the verdict as it affected him person- ally. His dominant thought was that His wife and children would soon be fi left destitute. The old doctor had indicated that Beckett's heart was seriously affected, a diagnosis that George might have questioned had he understood how deaf and stupid Phil pott s was, and how puz...

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WEST AUSTRALIAN TURF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

WEST AUSTRALIAN TÜEP CLUB PATBOÑ-His Excellency the Governor, Sir Frederick Napier JBroonie, K.Ç.M.G. STEWARDS-Dr.'Waylen, Messrs. John For I rcBt, Alex. Forrest, Thomas Barges, G. F. Eliot, W. E. Marmion, M. Brown. STARTER-E. T. Hooley. CLERK OF THE COURSE-George Parker. JUDGE-J. B. Roe. HANDICAPPER-W. B. Mitchell. The Autumn Race meeting of the above Club will take place on Tuesday, the 13th April, 1886, when the following races will be run : 1.--MAIDEN PLATE, £80. To start at noon. Open to all.horses that have never won an advertised race (backs excepted) on the W. A. Turf Club Course, or on any course beyond the limits of the Colony. Entrance, ¿61 10s ; weights for age. Distance 1| miles. 2. -LADIES' BRACELET, Handicap. To start at 12 30. For a Bracelet valued 20 guiueas. Horses to be nominated by Ladies and ridden by members of the Club only. Minimum weight, 9st. 61bs. Nomination, 10s., acceptances, 10s., and entrance ¿El. Distance 1£ miles. 3. -AUTUMN HANDICAP, ¿840, with a sw...

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Yachting and Boating. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

Yachting and Boating. j The manly out-door amusements of Englishmen are at once their delight, their glory, and part of their national strength. Even when our people are at play, they play like men. Cricket, foot- ball, rowing, walking, running, jumping, boxing, cycling, tennis, shooting, and the rest of their sports-almost all of them have an obvious practical value in benefit to eye and limb aud brain, of in teaching readiness, and self-con- trol. For tlie English especially the water has a particular attraction. Perhaps from the physical conditions of the mother country, its long coast line, its many rivers, perhaps also from the habits inherited from their ancestors. Englishmen have ever been fond of boating ia all its forms and have been successful ia doing it well. It has been said by some one that Provi- dence has given to the French the empire of the land, to the Germans the empire of tlie air, and to England the empire of the sea. At any rate, at the time when the lost ship...

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Mr. Goergs on School Hours. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

Mr. Goergs on School Hours. For the present system o£ five or six V ¿lours schooling per diem, Mr, G-oerga ? would substitute a seale which varies ac- cording te the ages oí the scholars, and * - Which would be intermitted with short ontervale to be spent in physical exercise. ? On this point he says" I believe Austra- lians would gain much by limiting the' ; »school hours for the young. Five and six \ iwurs are certainly tCo much. For girls 1 . 3>etween the ages from 12 to IS, the time g\ from niue o'clock to one ought to be ¿ufficient. Out of these four hours, twice, j ' dwenty minutes should be deducted for ¿- physical exercise. Children from 6 to 12 should receive at schosl only 2 to 3 hours ^ instruction, iucluding twice or three times . " 10.minuto8 for recreation or exercising. >One lesson should never last longer thau t $hree-qoarters of an hours, and should be *r followed by 15 minutes methodical physi ^î«ç^ training. Such a system would be 'f ^yaJstly superior in its...

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MAILS FROM COLONIES, &c. EXPECTED AT GENERAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

i - MAILS FEOM COLONIES, icc. j I EXPECTED AT flBSEBAI. POST OFFICE. 1 I The English Hails to be despatched on theJ3th I andSTUi March, will be due in London on the 20th j April, and 4th May respectively. 1 LSTTBKB tot Registration will be received np to ¡ one hour before the time of closing the Maila. LATE LETTEES, for Europe, etc, on payment of a fee of sixpence in addition to the postage, and for the Australian Colonies, etc, 2d, way be posted hnlf-an-hour after the time appointed for closing the Mails NEWSPAPERS and Book Packets must be posted 1 one hour before the tune of closing the Mails, otherwise they will uotbe forwarded until the next Moil. 1 HOUE* 0HDEB6 CAN BE OBTAINED AT THE G.P.O. AS UNDER : ! On the Australian Colonies, &c., up to Thursday, March 18fch, afc noon. Ditto, up to Thursday, April 1st, at noon. i On the United Kingdom, India, Ceylon, Siuga pore. Hong Kong, Cape of Good Hope, and Germany, up to Friday, March 12th, ut 2 p in Ditto, up to Friday, Marc...

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Captain Cook. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

Captain Cook. " A newspaper man," relates Mr. Barnum " called on me when I first opened my great museum in New York, and after going over the building with me and admiring my exhibits, he suggested that, if I could but obtain the club with which Captain Cook had been killed by the Sandwich Islanders, it would prove a great attraction. I had at the time several war-clubs in a lumber-room up. stairs. So, seizing the idea, I told him that, curiously enough, I had secured the treasure yesterday, and that I would fetch it for his inspection. Having procured a descriptive label, I came down triumphantly and placed the club in his hand. He turned it over and over ; he almost shed tears, I thought ; but at length he spoke. 'Poor Cook,' he said   ' poor fellow ! I'm glad you have shown me this ; but I expected it. I have been to all the smaller museums in the city, and they all had it, so I felt sure that a gigantic establish- ment like this would not be without one !"

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MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

MASCH. 31 DAYS. SU» Eises Sets. HM H M M 1 St. David. Justices' Lie. Meet. Lawful to fire bush S. of Victoria Mag. Dist. Last day paymt nits, wthont fine 5 40 6 20 Tu 2 Bunb. Qr. Sessions. Civil Sittings Supreme Court 41 19 W 3 Grldtn. Qr Sessions. Wei ling-ton Races 42 17 Th 4 Victoria Plaina Races 43 17 F 5 New Moon 44 16 8 6 44 16 S 7 QuinquagoEima Sunday 45 15 M 8 46 14 Tn 9 Shrove Tuesday, Adj Civil sittings 47 13 W 20 Ash Wed, Wandering Bes 48 12 Th ll 49 ll F 12 50 10 S 18 1st Qr Meon 51 9 S 14 First Sunday in Lent 52 8 M 15 54 6 Tu 16 55 5 W 17 st Patrick. Williams Bos 56 4 Thl8 Albany Turf Club Baoes 57 3 F 19 58 2 S 20 Full Moon 59 1 S 21 Second Sunday in Lent 6 0 0 M 22 Fremantle Local Court 1) * 0 Tn 23 1 5 59 W 24 2 5S Th 25 Annunciation-Lady Day. Perth Local ' Court. Northam Races 3 57 F 26 4 5rt S 27 Last Qr. Moon, 5 55 \ 8 28 Third Sunda? in Lent 6 54 M 29 . 7 53 Tu 30 Guildford Local Court 8 52 I W31 9 SI 1

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HIS SIXTH MEDAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

HIS SIXTH MEDAL He bad been thrown out as a violette, and for hours he had peered into the darkness around-bim to watch for the slightest sign of danger-listened like one who realised that tbe wily Arab of the desert steals upon his prey with all the silent cunning of the American Indian. As the stats of night began to pale before tbe advance of dawn he felt like one reprieved. While he watched the enemy had, for once, seemed to sleep. Daylight would bring a continuation of the march, and every hour wonld witness a skir- mish ; but even a battle does not un- nerve a man like standing vidette on a lone and dangerous post. "What ! Haß he become blind? Daylight now covers the desert, and the vidette is looking towards the camp of the night. There is no camp. At midnight he left 800 of his com- rades. This morning there is no sign of life. He looks to the right, but there is no vidette. He looks to the left-no living thing meetB his eyes. He stands and peers and stares and blinks. Is be...

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Telegraphic News. LONDON, March ll. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

LONDON, March ll. The exact average of the tendere for the city of Melbourne loan of ,£150,000 opened yesterday was .£104. Mr. Thomas Shaw, manager of the Phoenix foundry, Ballarat, was enter- tained at a banquet last night prior to his departure for Melbourne, per Carthage. The French Government are still anxious to annex the New Hébrides. In reply to a communication from Lord Granville they have promised that if allowed to annex they will exclude récidivistes from their Bettie« ments. A serious railway accident has oc- curred at Mentone, in which twenty persons were killed, amongst them be- ing several English travellers. j Sir William White represents Eng« land at the conference of Ambassa- dors of the Powers to be held at Con- : S Btantinople on the 13th inst, for the discussion of the Roumelian question. LONDON, March 12. ' Mr. Bosisto, the Victorian ConroiB sioner to the Indian and Colonial Ex- hibition,'accompanied by the Agents General ,of the Australian colonies will interv...

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Shipping. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

ARRIVALS. j Mareil 18th.-ALBANY, S.S., Anthony, mas» j ter from Melbourne, Adelaide via Albany, Vasse and Bunbury.. Saloon passengers From Melbourne:'-Messrs. J. Warburton, J. A. Bosser, Miss Wilton, Mr and Mrs. Mur- ray, Messrs. Brewer, Bolair, E. A. Williams, A. E. Clarke and 22 in steerage. From Ade- laide:-Messrs. F. Nioholls, S. Cowan, A. Manning, Mr. and Mrs. Wright, Messrs. H, Wilson and C. Saint, Miss Nor- grove, Messrs. J>. McCulham, J. B. Steel, and J. Keogh , Miss Keogh, Mr. and Mrs. Glennese, Miss M. Willie, Mr. and Mrs. Jack- son. Messrs. Dalmaine, J. P. O'Niel, Lay- cock, W. England, P. Healy, Cunningham, Brown, and J. Worford, Bev. Mr. Groser and family, Mr. and Mrs. Grove, Mr. C. Brookhill and 58 in steerage. From Al- bany ;-Messrs, Browden, H. S. Clarke and J. S. Butcher. From Vasse :-Mr. Barnes. From Bunbury :-Miss Murphy, Mr. J. Kerr, Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. O'Connell, and 7 in steerage. DEPASTURES. March 15,-AJÍMA, sehr., Owen, master, for Quindalup. March 16, - ...

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CONTENTS. No. 14, Vol. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

* ? " ? CONTENTS. No. 14, Vol. 1. THE NOVELIST A Stern Chase : By Mrs, Ccstcl Hoey. Part H, Chap. "VI. ... 3 THE GARDEN The Cultivation of Plants for Show Purposes (continued), by HortuB - A Victorian Garden - Bose Growing for Beginners-Onion Growing . THE Limas' PAGE {By " Housewife ") The-Xitchen-Receipts - Fashions -The Work Table-Irish Lace -What to do when the Dress catches Fire-Milk as a Stimulant -Rainy-day Bonnets-Position of Bed... . . THE STORY TELLER Not by Accident ... Harry's Inheritance....7,8, SPORTING Sporting Gossip: By "Vindex" Fremantle v. Perth CC-The Match between the Eunice and the Maori-Albany Turf Club Fremantle CC v. M.CC ... 1 The Nor* West Jockey Club ... 1 TELEGRAPHIC NEWS ... . 1 THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE ... 1 GENERAL NEWS Bishop's Girls' Scholarships Hèinke'e Diving Apparatus ... 1 . Fatal Explosion at the Ballarat Ice Works. 1 The Derby Jetty . ... 1 The Hordern Scheme-Fremantle Police Court - The King of Bavaria-Perth Police Court The Land Revenue-India...

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Gascoyne Racing Club. MONDAY & TUESDAY, 1st and 2nd November. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

Gascoyne Racing Club.! MONDAT & TUESDAY, 1st and 2nd November. j PRESIDENT-M. Brown, Esq,, M.L.C. VICE PRESIDENTS-J. S. Davis, Esq., A. Bus sel!, Esq., aud C. D. V. Foss, Esq. STEW- ARDS-Messrs. A. Campbell, W. Lefroy, C. Gale, W. Howard, G. H. Eotton, and L. Davis. HON. SECRETARY and TREASURER -W. Howard, Esq.

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FATAL EXPLOSION AT THE BALLARAT ICE WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

FATAL EXPLOSION AT THE BAL LARAT ICE WORKS. --. The following account of this accident, recently reported tn us by telegram, is taken £n m the Australasian Sketcher : Tha works were formerly owned by Mr». Max Richter, imw of Sandhurst, who re- cently sold to Mr. Jenkins. The ice-inak iug machine was one of Messrs. Yass and Liftman's, and known as the direct-heat- ing, the refrigeration being by ineane-t ^ of aminonical gas generated from con- WÊ centrated solution of ammonia. Mr. ^T Jenkins entered into possessiou of the ' factory during the previous week, and " with his two employés received instruc tions os to the working of the apparatus, commencing the manufacturing of ice ont. , Sunday evening. Operations weut on successfully until next morning at 4 o'clock, when the sleeping inhabitants of the city and town wore aroused by a tre- mendous report and concussion in the air which led nearly every person to believe that an earthquake had occurred. The factory was completely wrecked...

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SUPREME COURT—DIVORCE. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Stone.) WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17. TAAFE v. TAAFE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

SUPREME COURT-DIVORCE. ? . ißejore Hie Honor Mr. Justice Stone.) WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17. TAAFE V. TAAFE. This was a petition by the wife for a ju- dicial separation from the respondent, her husband, upon the ground of cruelty. Mr. Haynes appeared for the petitioner, and the Attorney General, instructed by Mr. Burn- side, for the respondent, formerly a pension- er on the Enrolled Force. Mr. Haynes said the parties were married at Dublin, 28 years ago, and they resided to- gether in Tarions parts of England, before coming out here. During the whole of that ; time the respondent shoved himself to be a ; man of most violent temper, and he frequent- ly ill-used bia wife. Since their arrival in the colony, twenty years ago, he had continu- ed his ill-treatmaut The petitioner in or der to supplement their income started tu small greengrocer's shop at Fremantle, from the earnings of which she had of late years maintained herself and family, the respon- dent spending all his pension upon himsel...

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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 20 March 1886

THE R.M.S. Bengal reached Albany at 2 a.m. on Wednesday morning. Her passen- gers for this colony were Mr. and Mrs. Menkens. WE regret to hear that Mr. W. Cowan, the Resident Magistrate at York, ia ser- iously ill, and that grave anxiety is felt as to the result. A MABEiAGE was celebrated on Wednes I day afternoon, at St. George's Cathedral, I between Mr. Edward Sholl, barrister and I solicitor, aud Miss Cosgrove, of Sydney. THE Bishop Girls' College Scholarship has been awarded to Miss bara Alderson. The Scholarship is of che value of £45 per annum, and is tenable for two years. THE West Australian Shipping Associa- tion have received a telegram to the effect that the Altair left London, bound for Fremantle, on the 3rd of the present month. i MB. J. G. Slade, R.M., who has been suf I fering from low fever is reported to be slowly recovering but is not expected to be able to attend to his duties for several days. PBIVATE advices from Colombo state that Sir Luke Leake, when he reache...

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