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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 August 1880

TRINITY CHURCH, PERTH. THE Rev. JOSEPH ODGERS will (D.V.) preach next Sunday, morning and evening. Evening Subject : Special Sermon to Young Men. Service at 11 a.m., and 7 p.m.

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THE WEST AUSTRALIAN VIGILANS ET AUDAX PERTH, FRIDAY, AUG. 27, 1880. In the Legislative Council on Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 August 1880

WEST AISTSiffll. ViGiLANs ET AUDAX PERTH, FRIDAY, AUG. 27, 1880. In the Legislative Council on Wednesday Mr. SHENTON moved the following resolution: That in the opinion of this Council it is expedient, in the interests of the colony, that the extension of tlie Eastern Bailway to York, via Spencer's Brook, should be proceeded with at once, as such route would be equally beneficial to the Newcastle, Northam, and Beverley Districts. Mr. STEEEE moved as an amendment, that the extension of the railway to York should be proceeded with as soon as possible, and that the route to be adopted should be the one indicated in the report of the Commissioner of Eaiiways (direct from Guildford to York). The amendment was adopted. The Audit Bill was considered in committee. A motion to strike out the first and second clauses providing against the dismissal of the Auditor General without reference to the Legislative Council-was negatived by the easting voice of the Chairman of Committees, the division...

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

VESSELS CLEARED. August 24-CHISELHURST, barque, 352 tons, J. R. Reckett for Cossack, via Champion Bay. Passengers-M. Stone, F. Stone, C. Horley, and J. Meares. Cargo for Champion Bay and Cossack, part of original cargo from London. For Cossack, from Fremantle : 47 shooks, 47 hales hoops, 50 bags flour ; 3 do. rice ; 1 bale canvas ; 2 boxes raisins ; 2 cases, 4 boxes tea, and 24 oars, J. C. Clarkson, 51 hhds and 100 bags flour, Moore, Pead, & Co.

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SHIPPING NEWS ARRIVALS.—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 August 1880

ssssfms KEWS ARRIVALS.-FREMANTLE. August 22-MARY SMITH, schooner, 160 tons, W. Sunter, from Albany. In ballast. 23-STAR, schooner, 70 tons, J. Waldron, from Port Walcott. Passenger-Mr. Robin- son. Cargo-4 qr. casks beef, J. and W. Bate- man ; 1 do, J. Storey ; 1 do, R. Wrightson ; 1 keg do. Mr. Donovan ; 1 qr. cask fat, D. K. Congdon ; 12 bullocks, W. D. Moore. 24-CLARENCE PACKET, schooner, 62 tons, M. O'Grady, from Cossack. In ballast. DEPARTURES. August 25-ANNIE LISLE, barque, 347 tons, W. Hayes, for Bunbury. 25-LADY' DOUGLAS, barque, 594 tons, A. Stephens, for Shanghai. 25-EOBERT MORRISON, barque, 553 tons, D. Davies, for Champion Bay, and Cossack. Passengers-for Cossack, Jas. Reilly, W. Glas kin, and Walter James. Cargo-Part of original eargo from London, for Champion Bay and Cossack. Cargo shipped at Fremantle for Cossack ; 245 bags flour, 15 pkgs. tea, 1 case, 60 hhds, and 8 dingies, J. McEae & Co. ; 60 hdles wire, 30 bags flour, 2 do. sugar, 1 do. rice, 1 case sundrie...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 August 1880

* Transfer of Land Act, 1874». 80 - TAKE NOTICE that Francis Frazer Arm strong of the city of Perth Commission Agent has made application to be registered as the owner of an estate in fee simple in possession in the following parcel of land situate in   Perth aforesaid containing an area of 0a.0r. 33p. or thereabouts being a part of Building Lot L 4. bounded On the N. by a straight line of 75 links parallel to St. George's Terrace and at a dis- tance of 103 feet therefrom On the W. by 203 1/2 ft. of Building Lot L 5 the opposite boundaries being parallel and equal. A roadway 9ft. in width intersects Building Lot L 4 over tho whole of which said roadway the applicant FURTHER CLAIMS to be re- gistered as possessing a right of way, reserving however to the owners and occupiers for the time being of the remaining portion of Building Lot L 4 a right of way over so much of the pot* tion now claimed as is within the limits of the said right of way. The portion claimed is situa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 August 1880

Geo. Throssell & Co., RUSSELL TERRACE, NORTHAM. HAVE LARGE CONSIGNMENTS OF . NEW GOODS just arrived from Lon- don, per Rolcrt Morrison, including Saddlery, Hard warp. Chaff Cutters, with and without Horse Works, (very <dieap) ; Bedsteads ; Cutlery and Ironmongery ; Paints ; Oils ; Tar and Oilman's Stores ; Horse Rakes; Winnowing, trom .£11 ; Plough and Plough Gear ; Sewing Machines; Iron ; Steel ; Horse Nails ; Arms and Boxes ; Carriage Springs and Axles ; Patent Medi- cines ; Drapery ; Haberdashery ; Boots ; Clothing. Also on band, and to arrive- Consignment of every description of goods suitalle for coun- try districts. Wool Bales ; Corn Sacks ; Sheep Shears. figg0 G. T. & Co. continue to import Steam Engines ; Saw Mills ; and Mill Gear of every description, direct from the cele- brated firm of Marshall, Son & Co., to cus- tomers' orders on the most favorable terms. Liberal advances made to customers upon Wool ol'coming clip. Residents in the cou...

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SELF-DEFENCE; OR, HOW TO KEEP FOREIGN FLOUR OUT OF THE MARKET. To THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 August 1880

SELF-DEFENCE ; Olí, HOW TO KEEP FOREIGN FLOÜE, OUT OF -run MARKET. To mu EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTKALIAST. SIR.'-This subject has occupied my thoughts for a longtime, and at last I think I have dis- covered how it can be done. It might have been done before, but I fell in with a lot of "Job's comforters" who assured nie the bakers would not use colonial flour . whilst they could get South Australian flour. At last I made up . my mind upon a mission to the bakers, to try to convert them to my opiniou. So, away 1 went to three of the principal men, and, to my agreeable surprise, I found they did not need converting. They were converted already. To the first 1 opened the business I had in hand (1 had often spoken to him on the subject before), he at once said, "I have made up my mind to use nothing but colonial flour ;'" and I can truly say he makes bread equal to any broad made from the foreign article. Why should he not ? Our wheat is equal to any wheat in the world. He concluded by sa...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE PROPOSED MURCHISON NATIVE MISSION. To THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 August 1880

eo-»ÄE-SP8NßEN£E. THE PROPOSED MURCHISON NATIVE MISSION. To Tnn EDITOR or Tiru "WEST AUSTR ILI IN. _ SIR,-I sec by the papers that it is the inlen i ion of Bishop Parry to endeavour to establish a Mission on Hie Murchison, having in view the christianizing and civilising of the native:, in that locality. «Good, a* doubtless the intention is. I fear the result will end in disappointment. We can only reason from analog}', and take the experience of similar establishments here and elsewhere. OE the Adelaide institution I know nothing; but I do know they have signally failed in New South Wales and Queensland. In New South Wales the Rev. Mr. Watson established one near Wellington. This was abandoned many years ago ; but abandoned with no good result, -on the contrary it had the very opposite effect. I happened to have some of the sup- posed converts in my employment, and I candidly confess greater scoundrels in the shape oE natives I never saw. Again, in Queensland, tho Rev. Mr. Fuller h...

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OCCASIONAL NOTES. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 August 1880

M&AmXAL M9TES. LOCAL AND GENERAL. WE would particularly call the attention of our readers to a letter from Mr. Hardey, which want of space has unfortunately com- pelled ns to place on our fourth page. This letter contains very valuable hints in regard to the reasons why our colonial made flour does not always find so ready a sale as we might wish. Ou the fourth page will also be found a letter from Mi'. Major, dealing with the propos- ed native mission at the Murchison. WE are glad to find that the Legislature has not forgotten the claims of Mr. Alexander Forrest to some such acknowledgment of hi3 ser- vices to the colony as has always been made in the case of every other explorer. AB was re- marked by members during the debate, no West Australian exploration has been fraught with so much danger and hardship, or marked by difficulties more pluckily surmounted. And more then this, no West Australian exploration has been equally successful,-has even ap- proached Mr. Alexander ...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 23. The SPEAKER took the chair at 7 p.m. PERSONAL EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 August 1880

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 23. The SPEAKER took the chair at 7 p.m. PERSONAL EXPLANATION. Mr. STEERE : Sir-I rise in explanation of an occurrence that took place here on Friday evening, on the occasion of the adjournment of the House« in the absence of the hon. gentlemen -who occupy seats on the Government benches. I understand that the leader oi the Government in the Honse feels himself somewhat aggrieved in consequence of what was said on the occasion, and he stated to me the following day that he thought I ought to have mentioned that, before he left, the lion, gentleman had asked me to move the adjournment of the House. I am free to confess that when I spoke on the subject, I certainly forgot that the bon. gentle- man did so ask me, but the occurrence had entirely escaped my recollection until he reminded me of it on the following day. The fact of the matter was, when the lion, gentleman mentioned the subject to nie in the House, I was considerably interested in the deb...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 August 1880

Steam to Champion Bay. rPHE s.S. ROB ROY sails as J- 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 Fort- nightly SEPTEMBER English Mails. _ THE s.S. ROB ROY, jSails 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. rPHEs.s. OTWAY will be J. despatched from th2 above _-ports as under : '^'MELBOURNE- Saturday, Sept., 11th. , ADELAIDE-Wednesday, Sept. 15th. 1 . , ~ JAMES "LILLY & CO, ! Agents. L Fremantle, Sept. 21st, 1880. MELBOURNE EXHIBITION ! ! OCTOBER. Melbourne Cup <C usual Spring Hace Meeting. , * NOVEMBER. Steam to Adelaide & Melbourne. T HEss. OTWAY will be despatched as un- der : From FREMANTLE, Wednesday, Septem- ber 29th, at 4-30 p.m. " .BUNBURY and VASSE, Thursday, September 30...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 27 August 1880

TSE "WEST AUSTRALIAN." -.-o A First-CIass Bi-Weekly Newspaper PuBiiisnixa DATS : TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. It is the only paner in the colony published offener than once a week. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : 5s. PEU QUARTER ; 20s. PER ANNUM. THE quarters terminate on the 31st of Maret, 30th June, 30th September and 31st December, at which periods ONLY can Sub- scribers decliae, by giving notice in writing, and paying the amount due to the end of the quarter then current. Persons desirous of subscribing during the cur- rency of a quarter will only be charged from the date «f their commencing. SuWseribers who do not give written notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription ; and it is particulary requested that persons forwarding notices for insertion will state the number of times they shal appear. As an Advertising medium the " WEST AUS- TRALIAN " offers special advantages, not possess- ed by any other Western Australian newspaper. It circulates largely thr...

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LOCAL TELEGRAM. ALBANY, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 31 August 1880

LOCAL TELEGRAM. ALBANY, August 29. Arrived last night-the P & 0 Co'a mail steamer Malwa. Passengers-Messrs Krakouer , Yates, and Miss Krakouer. The Italian transport, with exhibits for the Mel- bourne Exhibition has also called in, for coals.

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HANLON, THE SCULLER. LONDON, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 31 August 1880

HANLON, THE SCULLER. LONDON, August 25. Hanlon has not yet left America to meet Trickett, but is expected to arrive in London on September 15, when he will immediately proceed to Putney, and will lose no time in commencing his training.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS.] BRITISH AND FOREIGN. MR. GLADSTONE'S HEALTH. LONDON, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 31 August 1880

TliESMPIÏÊ MEWS. [ASSOCIATED PBESS.~\ BRÍTISÍTANDIPOÍÍEÍGN. MR. GLADSTONE'S HEALTH, LONDON, August 25. Mr. Gladstone, on the recommendation of | his medical advisers, has decided to aband- on his intended visit to Madeira, and sails to-morrow from Gravesend in company with with Mr. Donald Currie, M.P.,f on a cruise, in the Grantley Castle, a vessel belonging to that gentleman. It is entended to make a somewhat extended cruise on the coasts of I Ireland and Scotland.

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A CORRECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 31 August 1880

A CORRECTION. To THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. DEAR SIR,-Yon have made my letter pu'blished in your issue of the 6th Augmst look rather absurd by the typographical errols which have «rept in. In my letter to you I stated " It is now a.n estab- lished fact that 50,0(10 acres of land fenced will carry 15,000 sheep (not 1,500 as you put it), whereas it would not support more than 10,000 shepherded. " If you look at my letter you will find the printers have'substituted 1,500 for 15,000, and 1,000 for 10,000-which simply makes my state- ment ridiculous. Kindly draw attention promin- ently to the error in your next and oblige. Further on, speaking of squatters I wrote " or circulate more money than they do" you have put in "or circulate more money than they can '"-which may convey a very false opinion regarding them. Yours very truly, E. rL WI1ÍTENOOM. Bowes, August 19.

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"I.O.G.T." IN REPLY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 31 August 1880

" I.O.G.T." IN REPLY. To THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. SIR,-Will you kindly allow me a short space to make a few remarks on what appears in your Toodyay correspondence, dated 10th inst. It is there stated, " There is one thing however has given ill-natured people an opportunity of making themselves disagreeable, and that is the anniversary falls on the same day of the month as that on which the Good Templars hold their fortnightly dance, etc-" In the first place I would ask, have the members of the Mechanics' Institute always held their anni- versary on the exact date it falls due, as it would be made to appear they had done-but which is not the case ; and then it is quite clear from your correspondent's admission, that they (the members of the Institute) knew quite well the nights on which the dances alluded to, were held. Then why not they have fixed their meeting one night earlier, or one later ? This wonld have prevented any ill-nature on either side. The members of the Mec...

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MR. MAJOR AND THE "QUEENSLANDER." TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 31 August 1880

MB. MAJOR AND THE " QUEENS LANDER." To THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. SIR,-In your issue of the 6th inst., you attach to my letter a foot-note, stating, "that I " had characterised the Queenslander a New " gate Calendar." In this you are quite mis- taken. The Queenslander is, in my opinion, one of the very best of colonial papers. What I did say was that the Queenslander had published a colonial edition of the Newgate Calendar. The Queenslander itself suggested that title for the alleged atrocities : I did not. Yours truly, THOMAS MAJOR. Glengarry, 18th August.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 31 August 1880

Strayed Stock. HAVE been running with my cattle since calves-1 red STEERE ; 1 grizzle HEIFER ; 1 brindle HEIFER ; white flanks, white star in forehead, and short tail all. About 16 months old. .Supposed to be the progeny of my herd. Any one show- ing a better claim within the time allowed, can have the same by paying expenses. THOMAS GIBLETT, Blackwood. Wilgarrup River, August 16. [8s. 6d. BROUGHT in with my horse off my run, one bay MARE, four years old, about 15 hands high, black points, branded on near ribs something like T. If not claimed 24 in the time allowed by law will be sold to pay expenses. ALSO,-an iron grey en- tire HORSE, on 29th May last, rising five years old, no brand or mark visible, sup« posed to be the progeny of one of my own mares. Any person showing a better claim can have him by paying all expenses. JOS. SPENCER. Balgarrup, July 28,1880. [10s. 6d. BROUGHT in off the run of the under- signed, one chesnut MARE, branded on near side thus HF (conjoined) ; near hi...

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FREMANTLE, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 31 August 1880

FREMANTLE,, August 30. On Tuesday (this day) Mr. Robb (represented by Mr. Barnfield), the railway contractor, will make a trial trip with the first locomotive engine to be used on the Eastern Railway, from the old Recrea- tion Ground, over the railway bridge to North Fre- mantle Depot. I understand His Excellency Gov. ernor Robinson and suite with the members of the Legislative Council have been invited to be present on the occasion. The engine, I am informed, will proceed on ita trip about noon, and, on ¿he return of the guests they i will adjourn to Cesar's Hotel, where a lunch wal be provided for them by the contractor. There will, no doubt, be a large con- course of people to witness the ceremony, and as ithe place will be visited by a multitude of children (twelve o'clock being the time schools turn out for dinner), it is hoped every precaution will be taken to prévent accidents. 1 The "Garrick Amateur Dramatic Company" gave a performance at the Oddfellow's Hall last week, the ...

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