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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS.] BRITISH AND FOREIGN. RAILWAY COLLISION. LONDON, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 24 August 1880

T&ESMÏ» HIE MIWS. [ASSOCIATED PJtESS.} BRITISH AND FOREIGN. RAILWAY COLLISION. LONDON, AuguBt20. A collision occured this morning on the Mid» land Railway, owing to the Scotch express over» taking a parliamentary train, bound for Carlisle, in Bleamor tunnel. None of the passengers were killed, but a great number were injured.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 24 August 1880

- PAT E NT AMERICAN «. RUBBER STAMP ¿.-MANUFACTURER*- Á\ Vy sively used for Stamping on paper, linen or any even surface. Rubber Stamp Ink iu various colours, at Is. and 2s. per bottle. May 10th.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 24 August 1880

s Intimations. INGER SOWING MACHINES Price £7 10s. ; 1\ per cent, for cash. PARIS EXHIBITION. The GOLD MEDAL to the SINGER SEWING MACHINE. American Centennial Exhibition Awards: 1st, THEEE KEB ALS and FOUR DIPLOMAS. 2nd, SPECIAL AWAED for General Exhibits. 3rd, SPECIAL " Resolution of Thanks." 4th, SPECIAL AND EXCLUSIVE " Scroll of Honor" from the LADIES' COMMITTEE. AWARD BY THE GENERAL PUB- LIC: In 1876 the Singer Company sold...262,316 machines Exceeding its old rival by...153,319 machines And in 27 years they sold the immense total of 2,000,000 machines The Singer Company returns for 1877 amount to...20,496 machines While their principle rival significantly re- fuses to supply any returns. SINGER'S NEW FAMILY AND MEDI UM MACHINES Are now fitted with an INSTANTANEOUSLY SELF-AD JUSTING TRIPLE-ACTION BALANCE WHEEL, For winding bobbins without running other parts of the machine, WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. SINGER HAND MACHINE. MACHINES WOEKSD BY HAND OB FOOT. Repairs executed. CIECULAES an...

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VESSELS CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 24 August 1880

VESSELS CLEARED. Aug. 16.-LADY DOUGLAS barque, 594 tons, A. Stephens, for Shanghai. 21.-ANNIE LISLE, barque, 34? tons, W. Hayes, for Bunbury. Passenger-Mr. J. Mickle niore. Cargo-50 bags barley, 4 bales chaff, M. C. Davies ; also part of original cargo from Ade- laide.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 24 August 1880

RELIEF FROM COUGH IN TEN MINUTES. HAYMAN'S BALSAM OP HORE HOUND is the most certain and speedy Remedy for ali disorders of the Chest and Lungs. In Asthma and Consumption, Bronchitis, Cougbs, Influenza, Difficulty of Breathing, Spitting of Blood, Hooping Cough, Hoarseness, Loss of Voice, «fee, this Balsam gives instantaneous relief and if pro- perly preserved with scarcely ever fails to effect a rapid cure. It has now been tried for many years, Vas an established reputation, and many thous- and have been benefitted by its use. IT HAS A MOST PLEASANT TASTE. IMPORTANT TESTIMONIALS. " Amports, Firs, Andover, May 29th, 1879.-Sir,-I have for some years had your Balsam ofHorehound for Mrs. B.Web- ster, and intended writing to tell you how much benefit she has derived. She was considered consumptive, but the Balsam has restored her, and she is now quite strong. I have recommended you dozens of custom- ers, and all have been pleased with it.-I am, yours &c, " H. B. WEBSTEE. " Mr. Hay...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, AUGUST 20. The SPEAKER took the chair at 7 p.m. THE AUDIT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 24 August 1880

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FB.IDAT, AUGUST 20. The SPEAKER took the chair at 7 p.m. THE AUDIT BILL. Mr. STEEEE brought up the report of the se- lect committee on the Audit Bill. The report was ordered to be printed, and the House agreed to go into committee on the bill on Wednesday evening (to-morrow). MESSAGES. The SPEAKER announced the receipt of the following Messages from His Excellency the Go- vernor : The Governor lins received the address of your honor- able Council (No. 15), requesting that he will cause the returns asked for by your honorable House to be laid upon the table. On enquiry the Governor finds that the delay which has occurred in furnishing some of the financial returns has been due, not to any disinclination on the part of the Colo- nial Secretary to meet the wishes of the House, but to the fact that the preparation of the numerous returns asked for this session has thrown unusually hca,vy work on the Departments concerned, and that without paying for extra work or em...

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OCCASIONAL NOTES. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 24 August 1880

MÊASÏQMiL NSTES. LOCAL AND GENERAL. BETWEEN the swearing in of members in the Victorian Assembly and the day when the session was opened, the political excitement was completely eclipsed by the horrified interest taken in a frightful tragedy. The Huguenots was being played at the opera, the dress circle was rather full, and amongst its occupants were noticed an attractive foreign looking lady, seated by a very tall, rather handsome, and gentlemanly man, apparently abont 25 years old. During one of the intervals, this young man left the circle and went out into the corridors, and while he wa3 away the lady was joined by another man, also very tall, but somewhat older, evidently a foreigner, who sat down beside her and entered into conversation. SUDDENIT, while they were talking together, there was a rush, then two flashes of fire, aceoni panying two reports, and the man and woman fell bleeding to the ground. The horror was intense, and the excitement of the audience terrible. Women's...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 24 August 1880

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. DEATHS. SCOTT.-On Tuesday, the 3rd August, instant, at her residence, St. George's Terrace, Perth, ANNE ELLEN, the beloved wife of Dr. Scott; aged 38   years. DEMPSTER.-On Friday, the 6th August, inst.,   at the residence of her son-in-law, Dr. Scott, Perth, ANNE ELLEN, the beloved wife of J. McLean Dempster, of Buckland; aged 64 years.  

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THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. VIGILANS ET AUDAX PERTH, TUESDAY, AUG. 24, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 24 August 1880

WEST AfSTftfllLiK. ViGiLAxa ET AUDAX f Î PERTE:, TUESDAY, AVG. 24,1880. « THE attitude, in regard to the District Hoads Act, which the representatives of the Government were compelled to take up on Friday night was most unnecessarily humi- liating. That the occupants of the Trea- sury bench, having voted on the 12th of the month, in favor of a clause involving an important principle, should reverse their action and vote against the same clause on the 20th, may not, perhaps, hy those chiefly concerned, he considered a matter of much consequence. At the same time it might he well to recollect that the dignified posi- tion which the Government should main- tain in the House is seriously compromised by such action, which necessarily places the official members in a most unpleasant predicament, open to attacks-such as those made by the astonished and indignant mem- bers for Fremantle and for the Murray and Williams, and even by their own sup- porters-without any means of defence whatsoev...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 24 August 1880

Steam to Champion Bay. rpHE s.s. BOB ROY sails as 1 above, on TUESDAY, .August 31st, at 3 p.m. JAMES LILLY & CO., Agents. Fremantle, August 25th, 1880. Steam to Albany, via Bunbury and Vasse, with the First Port nightly SEPTEMBER English Mails. _ rpHE 8.8. L ROB ROY, sails as above, on MONDAY, September 6th, at 3-30 p.m. JAMES LILLY & CO., , , Agents. . Fremantle, August 25,1880. Steam from Melbourne and Ade- laide, via Vasse and Bunbury to Fremantle. MONTH OP SEPTEMBER. -^Jk mHEs.s. OTWAY will be ^rffl*J^ X despatched from th3 above QlHHRFPorts as under: ¡MELBOURNE-Saturday, Sept. 11th. ADELAIDE-Wednesday, Sept. 15th. JAMES LILLY & CO, Agents. Fremantle, Sept. 21st, 1880. MELBOURNE EXHIBITION ! ! OCTOBER. Melbourne Cup & usual Spring Mace Meeting. NOVEMBER. Steam to Adelaide & Melbourne. rr HE s s. OTWAY will 1 be despatched as un- der : From FREMANTLE, Wednesday, Septem- ber 29th, at 4-30 p.m. " -BUNBURY and VASSE, Thursday, September 30th. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 24 August 1880

THE "WEST AUSTRALIAN." A First-Class Bi-Weekly Newspaper PITBMSHIXO DAYS : TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. It is the only paper in Hie colony published offener than once a week. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION : 5s. PEB QUARTER; 20s. PER ANNUM. THE quarters terminate on the 31st of Mareil, 30th June, 30th September and Slst December, at which periods ONLY eau Sub- scribe» decline, by giving notice in writing, and paying the amount due to the end of the quarter then «urrent. Persons desirous of subscribing during the cur- rency of a quarter will ouly be charged from the date «f their commencing. Subscribers who do not give written notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription ; and it is particulary requested that persous forwarding notices for insertion will state the number of times they abai appear. As an Advertising medium the "WEST AUS- TRALIAN " offers special advantages, not possess- ed by any other Western Australian newspaper. It circulates largely throughout ...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS.—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 24 August 1880

SIIfHNS MEWS. ARRIVALS.-FREMANTLE. August 21.-SUBPRISE, cutter, 28 tons, C. Tuckey, from the Murray. Passengers-W. Doyle, Miss Wearne and^2 children. Cargo, 9 casks fish ; 4 do. fruit ; 2 pkgs. tinware ; W. D. Moore & Co. ; 2 casks fruit ; 1 do. tinware ; 1 do. sundries ; S sacks bacon ; 3 casks and 1 bag pork ; 7 kegs and 1 tin butter, Carter & Co. ; 68,000 shingles, Wallis ; 6 pkgs. furniture, Lazenby ; 2000 ft. jarrah, J. Jar- vis ; 4 bags potatoes and 1 hide, Order ; 1 keg but- ter, Mr. Hagan ; 1 case tinware, J. & W. Bate- man ; 1 jar, R. Barnfield. August 21.-s.S. ROB BOY, 267 tons, R. A. England, from Champion Bay. Passengers-saloon : Messrs. J. A. Liebler, J. DeCourcey Hillman, W. D. Adkinson, W. Lacy, Mrs. Pollett, and Mr. W. Thomas Steerage-C. Collins, Mrs. McMullen, E. Brewer, Mrs. Edwards, and 3 children, and 5 native prisoners. 22.-BRITISHEB, brig, 364 tons, G. Bayley, from Natal, in ballast. DEPARTURES. August 20.-KATE, schooner, 28tons, H. O'Co...

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COUNTRY LETTERS. (From our Correspondents.) GERALDTON, Aug. 11. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 24 August 1880

eWTOY MTEfig. | (From our Correspondents.) GERALDTON, Aug. 11. Since my last, the weather has been all that could bet desired for our farmers, and there is now every prospect of the country yielding ample food for both man and beast. In fact, ear' far as the present appearance of the crops is con* cerned, our Greenough neighbors attest that they look almost as promising as they did this month last year. A still further supply of rain is all that is needful, and this, judging from the appearance of the weather, we an quite likely to have. Shearing operations aro being earned on with activity, and two loads of wool from Messrs. E. & F. Wittenoom'« Tina station have already reached the warehouse ol Messrs. Crowther and Co. I believe a good clip is everywhere expected. It ia therefore pro* hable that a greater number of hales will be shipped from here than in any former years. Great disappointment was occasioned by til« non-arrival of the Sob Boy last week, and the public have b...

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THE CHALGROVE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 24 August 1880

THE CHALGROVE. The European Mail says the "Chalgrove" (Bolt), from London, for Swan River, with a general cargo and passengers, was towed into Plymouth on July 8 by the steamer " Commerce," of Guernsey, with loss of foreyard, forestay, and staysails, covering board, bulwarks, stanchions, &c., on port bow stove, and with decks started generally fore and aft, having been in collision, at 1 o'clock the same morning, off the Start, with a barque, name un known." Mr. Broadhurst is the only saloon pas senger by the "Chalgrove." Messrs. Habgood, Absolon & Co. inform us that, her repairs having been completed, the vessel left Plymouth for Fre mantle on the 18th July.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS.] BRITISH AND FOREIGN. THE STATE OF IRELAND. LONDON, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 August 1880

s. [ASSOCIATED PRESS.] BOSTÏSÏT^ THE STATE OF IRELAND. LONDON, August 23. I The Bight Hon. W. E. Forster, Chief See* retary for Irelaud, has returned from his vint to Dublin, where he had several interviews with the Lord Lieutenant with reference to the dil* turbed condition of the country. Al Cabinet meeting is to be held atan early date, to enable, the Chief Secretary to lay his views before hil colleagues. LONDON, August 23. Numerous land meetings were held in various part of Ireland yesterday. They all passed off more peacefully than was anticipated. Although many speeches of an inflammatory chámete* \vere delivered, there was an entire absence of any disturbance. At none of the meetings were any prominent members of the Home Roi« party present. TUEKEY SHOWS A DESIRE TO YIELD. LONDON, August 23. The Porte continues to show a desire to yield to the decisions of the Great Powers with refer« ence to the surrender of Dulcigne, as provided by the Berlin Conference, Additional troops ...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 August 1880

VESSELS IN HARBOR. Chiseluurst, barque ; W. D. Moore & Co., Agents. Eliza Blanche, schooner, to load at Sharks Bay for Singapore ; Pearse and Owston Agents. Mary Smith, schooner, to load at Cossack; Pearse & Owston, Agents. Britisher, brig ; J. &. "W. Bateman, Agents. James Wilson, barque, loading at Buckingham ; T. & H. Carter & Co., Agents. Sarah Burnyeat, barque, at Carconing Bay ; J. Lilly & Co., Agents.

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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGEAPH.) ALBANY, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 August 1880

(BY ELECTBIC TELEGEAPH.) ALBANY, August 25. Arrived from Melbourne via Adelaide, s.s. Otway, at five p.m. Passengers-Mrs. Odgers, Mrs. Sam- son, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Jones, Miss Murphy, Messrs. Norman, Green, and Orr.

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In the Legislative Council yesterday,— [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 August 1880

In the Legislative Council yesterday, The Estimates were considered in committee, and the Survey Department was under discussion for five hours, but none of the items- was altered. The House adjourned at 5*30 until this evening. " TODD" figured prominently on Monday night, and the uninitiated who has never heard of a Todd, except TODD, C.M.G., of the Overland Telegraph Line, were curious in their inquiries as to what that gentleman could possibly know of the powers of Parli- ament to interfere in details of administra- tion. The COLONIAL SECRETARY'S Todd, it appears, thinks it highly inadvisable that Parliament should do so, and no doubt every one will agree with him, that it is. His opinion is supported by very high au- thority, and is certainly in accordance with common sense. It would of course be subversive of all discipline in the public service were subor- dinate officers encouraged to look to the Legislature for redress of their grievances, real or supposed, and to consider C...

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TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 August 1880

TO OUR READERS. In order to enable us to over-take arrears in our parliamentary report, and to find room for other interesting matter crowded out to- day, we purpose issuing a full-size Supplement with our next issue. Meantime we are com- pelled to hold over the following, among other, communications : the letters of Mr. A. R. Richardson, Rev. H. Laurence, " I.O.G.T.," and our Victoria Plains and Geraldton corres- pondents. Also our report of the ceremony of laying the foundation stone of the Perth Work- ing Men's Association.

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FREMANTLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 August 1880

FREMANTLE NOTES. In the report recently published of the month- ly meeting of the Fremantle "municipality, the Colonial Surgeon is made to state in his report oE the health of this colony that "the death rate at Fremantle is three deaths to two births." It should read tico deaths to three births. We are great in our ovations at marriage cere- monies. The other day, High street again hung out her banners on her outer walls ; this time in honour oE Mr. F. A. Durlacher and Miss Edwards (daughter of Mr. "W. Edwards, York) who were united in the bonds of matrimony at St. John's Church by the Rev. D. Glynn Wat- kins on the 18th instant. An arch of flowers and evergreens was erected in front of the church entrance. The members of the church choir and the organist attended in compliment 1 to the bride who had taken a leading part in the i choir for some years. Some suitable music was sung in honor of the event, and a large number of spectators were present on the occasion. The Melbourne Exh...

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