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TRIAL OF THE PHOENIX PARK MURDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 20 February 1883

TRIAL OF THE PHCENIX PARK MURDERERS. An Associated Press Telegram from Lon don, dated February 11, gives the following account of the trial of the Phoenix Park murderers : — Thirteen persons were charged at the Dublin Police court, fco.rln.-ir wif.Vi „„,._ ticipating in the assassination of LordFreder iek Cavendish and Mr. Burke, in the Phoenix Park, in May last. The Court was densely crowded and the greatest interest was manifested in the proceedings. Kavan asrh, the carman who has turned informer, deposed that he drove the prisoners Brady, Kelly, Patrick Delaney, and another inan, whom he did.notknow and was not amongst those arrested, into the Phoenix Park. Sub sequently James Carey, a Dublin councillor, and a nuinbfir of other men arrived in a car driven by a man named Fitzharns, who has been arrested. After they met they had a short conference, and, in accordance with the arrangements arrived at, Carey went forward a little and watched for the approach of Lord Cavendish and Mr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 February 1883

TERMS FOR ADVERTISING IN THE VA1LY NEWS. 1 For advertisements relating to servants or tradesmen wanted or -wanting engage nents, and leases to let.or for sale, a charge cltwo shiUings only will be made for all notioes not exceeding 4 lines, and 3d. tor eaoh additional line for the first inpertion ; one-half rate for' each subsequent in sertion. Other advertisements not exceed ine 8 lines, 3s. 6d., and 3d. each additiona line, one-third rate only for subsequent insertions. Reduced rates, by speoial ar rangement, for advertisements appearing three months and. upwards. PRICE ONE PENNY. WILL be published 'in Perth EVERY AFTERNOON, and forwarded to subscribers by the earliest convenience. Copies liia/ be had from the undermen tioned agents :— ^ ^ ^ p- ^aham. Fremantle ??? ^ Mr/R. Birch. «-niMford — Master Sainsbury. Guildtorcl ... Mr. R. Meares. Newcastle ... .??? Q Throssoll. Northam ... ..... ^, h jo^. Z°1*- '? ? . Mr. A. Rosseloty Vasse ,.. ??? Mr. R. Forrest. fS!^ ? Mr. J. M. Palmer ...

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NOTES FROM VICTORIA PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 February 1883

NOTES FROM VICTORIA PLAINS. ['From our own Correspondent.! On Monday, the 5th instant, a very inter esting re-union took place at New Norcia, the good Rector, Father Domindius, treadirg in the footsteps of Dr. Salvado, giving: the public the use of the cricket ground for a day's amusement. The principal item on the programme was a cricket match between an eleven of the local orange and green Club and an Eleven from Newcastle, at whose head was, for the first time here, the worthy Resident Magistrate (Mr. O. Burt), who is a 'brick' at the game. They had also a fresh player in the person of Master M. Connor, who has lately returned from school in old Ireland, where he grew so tall as to be able to look over a six-foot wall, though he has seen only seventeen summers. He, too, plays well. It was the most exciting game that has ever taken place bore, and it lasted from 9 a.m. to very late in the even ing, when the scorers announced that the Orange and Green had won the game by 40 runs. T...

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ARRIVAL OF R.M.S. INDUS AT ALBANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 February 1883

ARRIVAL OF R.M.S. INDUS AT ALBANY. The P. & O. Company's steamship Indus, Commander S. D. Shallard, conveying homeward mails— Sydney dates to Feb. 8, Melbourne Feb. 15, and Adelaide Feb. 17 — arrived at Albany at half-past twelve p.m. yesterday, having on board the following passengers for this colony : — Mrs. Murtha, Mr. and Mrs. Rotton, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Messrs. Darl6t, Canning, Jeffrey, Fane, rSllis, McRae, Flavell, Campbell, Helmich, and Vickers. Having embarked passengers (among whom were the Rev. Wm. Traylen, Mrs. Traylen, and family) and mails the Indus resumed her voyage ? to Colombo at 1 a. in. to-day. The mails taken by the Indus will be due in London on the 27th of March. . ? : ? *-

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CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 February 1883

CABLE TELEGRAMS. (associated press telegrams.) LONDON, February 17. In the House of Commons last night a vote was taken on Sir Wilfred Lawson s amendment on the address in reply to the Queen's speech, taking: exception to the manner in which, the Government conducted affairs in Egypt. The amendment was negatived. Another motion was made censuring the Government for not so con ducting its foreign policy as to avoid a war in Egypt. This also was defeated by a majority of thirty. '''The floods'' caused by the rising of the river Ohio at Cincinatti and the adjacent country have assumed most alarming pro portions. A vast number of houses have heen swept away and undermined, and 60,000 persons are homeless. The Nihilists have assembled in large numbers at Geneva, and are exceedingly active in endeavouring to work out tho pro gramme of destruction recently determined upon at the congress in that town. In Paris and London also considerable num bers are in communication with Switzerland, and...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 February 1883

THE MA ILS. Due at G. P.O., Perth: — From England, Max. 3 and 17. From Eastern colonies, f Despatched from G.P.O., Perth .— For England, &c, March 3 and 17. For Eastern Colonies, Feb. 23, and (per Majcu&on) March 3.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITO NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 February 1883

LETTERS TO THE EDITO NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' One of the Party,' Fremantle, writ ing yesterday, says : — A special train was chartered to proceed from Fremantle to Perth on Monday evening last, to convey a number ot persons to be present at the performance of the ' Ticket-of-Leave Man.' The scribbler in the Morning Herald appears to have taken umbrage at this, and charged the party with ' having more money than brains.' He was waited upon this morn ing, and informed he had no right, ' because he was deficient of both the requisites of life,' to judge other people from his own standard. One of the party present em braced him so affectionately that he became insensible, and the shock to his nervous system has been so great that he is likely to be incapacitated for several days ; but it is riot at all likely that he will institute legal proceedings. Sympathy. — The remains of the late Lord Frederick Cavendish were interred in the cemetery of Chatsworth, a village in the Peak of Der...

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MAILS CLOSING TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 February 1883

MAILS CLOSING TO-MORROW. Mails for the Eastern Colonies, America (via Sydney and San Francisco), etc., for transmission overland to Albany, and thence ?per R.M.S. Parramatta, will be closed at the General Post. Omee, lJerth, at 11 a.m., at Fremantle at 9'30 a.m., and at Guildford -a± 8'30 a.m., on Friday (to-morrow), February 23. Late letters, on payment of .the late fee of 6d., may be posted halfan 'liQur after iffie time appointed for closing. ? Thene mails will lie due — in Adelaide, March 4 ; Melbourne, March 6 ; Hobart, Mn.toli 7 ; Sydney, March 9 ; and Brisbane {about), March 12. ?

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THE PHOENIX PARK MURDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 February 1883

THE PH(ENIX PARK MURDERS, The Associated Press telegrams of yester day (London date the 18th instant) brought very satisfactory intelligence concerning the progress of the trial of the men who par ticipated in the murder of Lord Cavendish and Mr. Burke in Phoenix Park, Dublin. James Carey, the city councillor, has turned informer, and has already laid bare a large number of facts connected with this mys terious case of assassination, and the excite ment in Dublin in consequence is intense. Carey states on oath that with one exception all the prisoners now on remand for trial actually took a prominent part in the assassination of Lord Cavendish and Mr Burke. He stated also that a wholesale condemnation was passed by the secret society with which he was connected on Mr. Forster, the late Chief Secretary for Ire hind, Earl Cowper, the late Lord Lieuten ant, and Mr. Burke, besides several other officials whose names wero mentioned. The society formally condemned all these officials to d...

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MEMORANDA FOR FEBRUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 February 1883

MEMORANDA FOR FEBRUARY 23. Sttw : Risea, 5*46; seta, 6-41. Moon: Full Moon, Feb. 22,,8'2 a.m. ; rises, ,7'IS p.m.; sets, 6*27 a.m. High water, Gages Roads — morning, 9*20 ; evening, 9'37.

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRA Melbourne, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 February 1883

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRA Melbourne, February 21. Last night Mr. Berry attempted to ad dress a meeting at Chilwell (a borough of 'Geelong),'and.was pelted with paper bags filled; :with .-flour, and was obliged to beat a retreat* In the, same town, three years ago, ai crowd' 'from ' the same district insisted on taking the horses out of Mr. Berry's vehicle, and drawing it themselves to the hotel. The cricket match between Sydney and the Hon. Ivo Blights team resulted in tho first innings in England making 263 against Sydney's 262. In the second innings Eng land made 197.

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The Daily News. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 February 1883

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1833. '\r— ? _%c_^-V.-''»\. -x - »_.? -i ? ._,-_, ,'_,??_ Mokk than once we have- directed the attention of our citizens to the extreme desirability and even absolute neces sity of providing some* sort of accom modation for bathers in Perth. In doing so, however, ; we do not' for a moment wish to be' understood as advocating a large expenditure upon an expensive bathing- house; on the contrary, our contention has always been that all that is necessary can be done at a very trifling cost indeed. The erection of a suitable and commo dious bathing-house, provided with every convenience in the shape of comfortable dressing-rooms, shower and douche baths, and having the bathing area enclosed by a substantial fence, to exclude annoying marine creatures, will no doubt be built, most likely at Fremantle, in course of time ; but the erection of such an establish ment mnst be left to private enterprise and to legitimate speculation, as it cannot be expected that the Cit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 February 1883

ok. Iob. Ice. to consumers of ice. ICE SAFES, made upon the most im proved principles and from the newest designs, may be obtained at the Factory of the undersigned — JOSEPH SOWDEN, Exhibition House, Hay St. Perth, Nov. 23, 1882. l».~A. GUGERf, Wine and Spirit Merchant, |TAS on Sale the following Wines, LJL Spirits, and Beers, ex Charlotte, Pad bury, Charlotte, and Helena Mena. Also, to arrive ex West Australian, Arafura, mul Mikado, from London — ££ BRANDY g ^ S RUM 1 g3' GIN ^ || GENEVAg 50 | PORT | $ 1 1 SHERRY 'to ft CLARETS S 1 1 ALE & | r§ STOUT P lu Hhds., Qtr.-casks, Octaves, and in Uottlo. In bond and duty paid. All of the. Beat Brands and Lowest Prices. P. A- GUGERI, St. George's Terrace, Perth. OF THE I ath 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 ling' and sixpence each to be made as r'emured, and at interval* of not l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 February 1883

[?] lliree-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £33, or For .=£50. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be 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, which 'will be forwarded Post Free on application. o - Q » LJ W I* r s H 0 OB BIouIsIiEigs, Skirtings^ Areliitrayes- Sbop Connters, and 8hop Fittings. FURNITUREWA&EHOUSEMEN ? «. ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. % FRENCH POLISHERS-. ? ' ? — — « ? PICTURE FRAMERS. W lJ o '. fed ~ fcd . ? S H e °- en 0 PICTURES Mounted, STRETCHED, AND Jb'JRAMED. ^ CARPETS IViADE. €\ ^ 8 ^ I few Z - §3^1 % ? 2 I J? 1 B ? ! L^ ql ^3 iff '? i iN S ^ H S [?] SMITH & CO., Household Furniture, Bedding, Picture Frames, Picture Mouldings, Bedsteads. Cots. SMITH & CO., Steam Saw Mill...

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SHIPPING. POBT OF FREMANTLE. SAILED—FEBRUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 February 1883

SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. SAILED — February 20. COUNTESS OF ERROL, bngantme, for Guam. PUBLIC SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. ALBANY. — Arrived: Feb. 20, 5*15 p.m., B Macedon, s., from Fremantle. Feo. 21, I L2-30 p.m., R.M.S. Indus, from Sydney. H Sailed .- Feb. 22, 1 a.m., R.M.S. Indus, for I Colombo ; 10.50 a.m., Macedon, s., for Fre B mantle. - t GERALDTON. — Sailed : Moonlight, cr., Hfot Port Irwin. ' ? -....,- - ; 9 PORT IRWIN. — Sailed: Feb. 21, ? Minnie, sc1i., for Fremantle. 9 BUNBURY.— Sailed : Feb. 22, Theresa/ B sch., for Vasse. | MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. I The steamship Macedon left Albany at B 10*50 o'clock this morning. She may B therefore be expected to get up. to Fre B mantle sometime on Saturday. B The R.M.S. Nizam, which left Albany on fl the 14th instant with, the last outward fl English mails, made a splendid run from B that port to Melbourne (including all fl stoppages) of 122 hours.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 February 1883

ST. GEORGE'S HALL, ? PERTH, ? FRIDAY & SATU R DAY, FEBRUARY 23 and 24. 'LAST TWO NIGHTS!!! B LAST TWO NIGHTS!!! ^ OF J^TIO HE EB'S DRAMATIC COMPANY to TOM TAYLOR'S GRAND SENSA W~ TIONAL DRAMA VST TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! I-0-! ? BOENEBY AND INCIDENTS:—— ACT l.-BBLLBVTJE GARDENS. Seeing Life— The Street Singer— The Forged Bank of England NoteB-The Arrest ! ACT 8.— A BILL-BROKER'S OFFICE IN — L O N D O N.— ' Back from Portland— The Safe Robbery— The Recognition— Cast Adrift ! ACT 3-^HE 'BRIDGEWATER ARMS.' Hunted Down— The Conspiracy — Hawk shaw (the Detective) to the Rescue ! [ A.CT IV.-SOKNEI I. LONDON BY NIGHT. THE THREAT ! ON THE TRACK ! ? SCENE II. ? A.KT OLD CITY CSES'CJ JESOJEafSTAIfcl* The Crib Jumped ! The Signal ! The Struggle ! The Detective's Vow ! THE TICKET-OF-LEAVE MAIST. ADMISSION : — Reserved Seats, 3s. ; Second Seats, 2s. j Balcony, Is. Tickets can be had, and Seats secured, at Mr. W. SNOOK'S, St. George's Terrace, Perth. . Doors open 7*30 j Commence at 8 sharp. 1 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 February 1883

TERMS FOB ADVERTISING IN THE '-? ' daily xEyvs: ' ? For advertisements relating to servants or tradesmen -wanted or wanting engage ments, and leases to let or for sale, a charge iftwo shillings only will be made for all notices not exceeding 4, lines, and 3d. tor aach additional line for the first inpertum ; one-half rate for each subsequent in sertion. Other advertisements not exceed 5g8Unes,3s. 6d., and 3d. «acb addition We, one-thiri rate only for subsequent insertions. Reduced rates, by speoial ar rangement, for advertisements appearing ? three months and upwards. %\)t Baity &$**. PRICE ONE PENNY. TTT ILL be published in Perth EVERY W AFTERNOON, and forwarded to tioned agents :— ^ y ^ pordl?am. Fremantle ... ] Mr. R. Birch. a iiAfnrA ..' Master Sainsbury. Guildford ? Meares. ^ham ? Mr. Joseph Fyke. ^°Fk — '' Mr. A. Rosseloty y0*!? - '' Mr. R. Forrest. *'?hwV ? Mr. J. M. Palmer Albany ... .' ^ M C p ReJUy. Geraldton ... , - JJr ,Wm. Moore. GreehoHgh ... * ^ j gmith- gc* ?...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 February 1883

THE MAILS. Jht'j at G.P.O., Perth : — From England, Mar. 3 and 17. From Eastern Colonies, Fob. 84. ? ? i - despatched from G.P.O., Perth: — For England, &c, March 3 and 17. For Eastern Colonies (per Macedon), March 3 ; Mj.rch 9 and 23.

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CITY POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 22. (Before Mr. James Cowan, Acting P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 February 1883

CITY POLICE . CO URT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22. (Before Mr. James Cowan, Actinq P.M.) James Rogers, charged with having been drunk and disorderly in towu, pleaded very hard to be leu off ' this time.' He had been convicted frequently before, but Mr. Cowan said that if he promised to go out of town at once he would fiue him only 10s., caution ing him at the same time not to come before him agaiu. Cornelius Barrett was called three times, but failed to put in nn awnearance. Ifc appeared that on the 10th February last a summons was issued a»ainst this aian for having committed a very gross and aggra vated assault upon a little child of only three years of age. No sooner did Barrett hear that the summons had been issued than he absconded from the town. However, the police discovered that ho had made his way to Wandering, whore ho was served with the summons on tho 12th instant, and though the police had allowed him ten days to make his way back, ho had not done so.' His employer had sent a...

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MEMORANDA FOR FEBRUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 February 1883

MEMORANDA FOR FEBRUARY 24. Stm :.. Rises, 6*47; seta, 6*40/ Mbon:; Full Moon, Feb. 22, .8 '2 a.m.; rises/' 7'49 ..p.m. ; aets, 7*20 a.m. High water^ Gages $£**&» — morning, 9*53 ; evening, 10*9..

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