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

THE DRAMA. (bt a gallery visitor.) I confess it — frankly — I purchased my ticket at the door with fear and trembling^ and took my seat in the gallery filled with,' ' dread and aDDrehension of'Hif» rinh wVifnti r had been informed would take place as soon as the curtain was raised. But, by the way, not being use to writing, I have forgotten to say that I am speaking of the Ticketof Leave Man, which I went to see performed tost Monday night at S. George's Hall. ; Wtll, long before the curtain was raised I was squeezed that tight that ray clean ! shirt was fresh mangled in five minutep, and, to my great discomfort, the back button of my shirt collar went off like a pistol-shot. But the performance — that was grand. When the 'rag ' rose some people around me began to 'cat-call' but, bless you, they stopped in a few moments, and from the time old Moss made his entrance all went as merry as a marriage bell. I didn't admire his (old Jtfoss'sV acting much though— he was a low. crawl ing, c...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Daily News. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 February 1883

C&e ©attp i^teibsf/ ; .ERIDAT,. FEBRUARY 23, 1883. The shamefully neglected state into which the jetties were lately allowed to fall at Premant'le excited no small amount of ill-feeling on the part of those Portonians who were compelled by their business to use them. But though the merchants grumbled both loudly and deeply, arid though their complaints were re-echoed by the Press, yet nothing was done to place those structures in a proper state of repair. At last a formal complaint was made to the Government about the matter, when a reply was returned to the effect that the Government were quite ignorant of the fact that the jetties were in need of repair, as.no re port had been sent in about it by the proper officer — that was to say, in other words, that the complaints which had been publicly made were contemptuously disregarded by one red-tape official simply because some subordinate officer was too lazy or too neglectful to draw his superiors at tention to the matter. Th...

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

£§r THE DAILY NEWS Runners com' plain that certain individuals are in the habit of snatching copies of the Paper from them, and when applied to, refuse to pay for them. Any repetitions of such conduct will be promptly followed up by an appeal to the Police Magistrate. ? .

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TOWN HALL SIGNALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 February 1883

TOWN HALL SIGNALS. Red-and-white pennant — English mail steamer arrived at Albany. Blue pennant — Mail-steamer arrived at Albany from Sydney. Red pennant — English or inter colonial mails in course of delivery G. Jfc\ O. nnO ADVERTISERS. — All notices **- intended for insertion in the DAILY NEWS should, if possible, reach the Office not later than two o'clock p. m: STIRLING BROS., Proprietors.

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DISTRICT POLICE NEWS. FREMANTLE, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 February 1883

DISTRICT POLICE NEWS. Freman-tIi-b, February 21. Ann Graggan and Frank Palmer, charged with being drunk, were both dismissed with a caution. ' ? ? Thomas Harris, one of the crew of the .' barque Amur, was charged by Capt. O'Grady with having absented himself from the vessel on the 19th instant, without leave. Harris was sentenced, to six months' impri sonment, and was ordered to puy the . costs, ' ?* 4s. 6d,. out of ,his wages. -.''.. ?'% ' York, February 17. . . -' ;: ''? John ^Edmunds was tiii'e.i Ss., wi'Ji* tho''': usual alternative of 7 days' imprisonment in default, for clrunkonucss.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS FROM THE NOR'-WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 February 1883

NEWS FROM THE NOB1 -WEST. Our latest advices from Roebourne are up to the 27th ult., per Planet. The police have been very busy lately in endeavouring to put a stop to persons supplying natives witn rormenteci ana spiri tuous liquors, and the result has been that Thomas Crawford has been fined .£10 and costs; Chas. Miller, .£10 and costs; and William Garland, Michael Smith, and a Chinese coolie named Ah Yui (each) £5 and costs for this offence. A man named William Alexander was charged with having stolen three bottles of whiskey from the Governor Weld Hotel, but as the evidence was insufficient the case was dismissed. However, David Newman and Henry Cull ware not so fortunate, as they were found guilty of having stolen a bottle of brandy from the cutter Gertrude, for which offence they each received a sen tence of three months' hard labor. Capt. Hugo Leidicke was summoned for haviug committed a broach of the Harbour Regu lations some time in November last, but he was discharged with...

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

ice. tce. tcb. ce. Ice. Ice. to consumers of ice.' ICE SAFES, made upon the no obI; im proved principles and from the neweBt designs, may bo obtained at the Factory of the undersigned — JOSEPH SOWDEN, Exhibition Houbo, Hay St. Perth, Nov. 23, 1882. ' ir aTWgeri, Wine and Spirit Merchant, f T AS on Sale the following ' Wines, LJL Spirits, and Beers, ex Charlotte, 1'adbury, Charlotte, and Helena Mona. Also, to arrive ex West Australian, Arafura, ;iud Mikado, from London— S£ BRANDY S 31 RUM I g I GIN * || GENEVA | g PORT g en 1 1 SHERRY ' g %t CLARETS % ll ALE& % ?g STOUT P Lu Hhds., Qtr.-casks, Octaves, and in 1 ottle. In bond aud duty paid. All of (.' e Best Brands and Lowest Prices. P. A. GUGERI, St. George's Terrace, Perth. OF THE I «Tth Gas Company (LIM IT ED.) Capital :-r--£20,000, in 20,000 shares of ^fil each. OE POSIT of one shilling per share on application j one shilling and six-.j pence on allotment j and calls of two shil lings and sixpence each, to bo made as requ...

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

[?] Three-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, wbich will be forwarded Post Free on application. d 5 I x H 5| ? in SMITH & Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, Mouldings, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Counters, and SSiop Fittings. CARPETS PLANNED, LAID & MADE. FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN ? ? ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ? « ? PICTURE FRAMERS. w a h ° 2 « K pa K. CO J^1 E A S H ? ? S3 ? 0 0 PICTUKES Mounted, STRETCHED, --J.; AND 1RAMED. CARPETS MADE. an © ill ^ [?] SMITH & CO., Household Furniture, Bedding, Picture Frames, Picture Mouldings, Bedsteads. Cots. SMITH &...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED—FEBRUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 February 1883

SHIPPING. PORT OP FREMANTLE. ARRIVED — Febrttart 23. L'LANET, schooner, J. Neave, from Port Waloott. SAILED — February 23. 0 !? A YMORE, ? three - masted - schooner, Lev/is, for Bunbnry. PUBLIC SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. ALBANY.— Sailed: Feb. 23, Malay, bq., for ifremuntle. MISCELLANEOUS- SHIPPING. Tlie schooner Claymore got under way early this morning for Bunbury, where r/fte will take in a cargo of timber for South Australia. Capt. Lakey's smart little schooner Pla.uet, which has gathered considerable popularity since she has baen placed in the ?—rtwuliir trade between Fremantle and the Xorfch-west, reached her moorings in South Buy shortly after one o'clock this morning. She left Port Walcott on the 28th ultimo, with every prospect of making a good run dcnvn, but on reaching the North-west (Japo strong south-east gales and heavy oruss-setis-were encountered, and lasted till thi- schooner had got a long distance to the southward and made a wide offing.

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

UtTOKR DISTINGUISHED PaTRONAGK. ST. GEORGE'S HALL, ? PERTH , ? TO-NIGHT ! ! TO-NIGHT ! ! FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23. *§r GREAT SUCCESS ! ! ! GREAT SUCCESS ! ! ! OF S^RC HEE'S DRAMATIC COMPANY IK TOM TAYLOR'S GRAND SENSA TIONAL DRAMA ©be Cufeet-of^eabe i$am {^gr TO-NIGHT'? TO-NIGHT! ? SOKNERY AND INCIDENTS: ? ACT I.— BBLLEVUB GARDENS. Seeing Life^-The Street' Singer— The Forged Bank of England Notes-The Arrest ! ACT 3.— A BILL-BROKER'S OFFICE IN — L O N D O N.— Back from Portland— The Safe Bobbery— The Recognition — Cast Adrift ! - . ACT 3— THE 'BRIDGEWATER ARMS.' TOnted Down — The Conspiracy — Hawk shaw (the Detective) to the Rescue ! - — ' - act'tv-scbne i. LONDON BY NIGHT. THE THREAT ! ON THE TRACK ! ? ? SCENE II. ? ajkt oijD city Cisco* j£&cs:earsr-**-i&x-- The Crib Jumped ! The Signal ! The Struggle ! The Detective's Vow ! THE TICKET-OF-LEAYE MAN. ? :-o-: ? ADMISSION : — Reserved Seats, 8s. ; Second Scats, 2s. ; Balcony, Is. Tickets iMii be had, and Seats secured, at Mr...

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS ADELAIDE, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 February 1883

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. Adelaide, February 24. Lady Robinson held a Lrawiug . £oom yesterday, which was largely attended.' The visitors, who remained for some time, were much pleased with their leceJt.on. ; Thomas Johnston, who was cduyii-ted of attempting to murder bis own daughter by shooting her in. the back -with a pistol, has been sentenced to imprisonment for li.'e. s ' Mei^bouknis, February 23. . ; So far as is yet known,'1 the' Victorian elections have, resulted ia the retUin of. thirryVfonr Radiiciils, twenby-five Cohstitu- ' tionolists, -six Ministerialists, and eleven In'dependents.' ? '' J ,;! ' ??.[)- -.ml ad ^.SYDNEY, -Fobruiiiy 23.J ' ?-& jii?ntens.e;.exoitemeiit -exists ; in'-'Sycln*ey f ih-^ consequence qfitbetarrival of *a- vessel -fiom'^ Hong Kong bavingncase of fjilly'-developed- ? ^maJl-ppx^ cwa-sbqard, in addition to which there are seVerni ,susj..euted cases amongst ? bhe Euioi-ean passengers.

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CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 February 1883

[?] (AS'sOCIATKli' PBKSS-«BrxEaBAM8J.V L'O N D6'N;lFebruary 19. In, the.coursc of the further examination , ' of Carey in the ? Dublin 'Police Court' be' stated that the mui'd«c of Mr:. Biirke was'reV '' solved upon by the Assassination' Committee- ; after, the appeaiunce, j^aiticularlyi ofisome' ' violent articles in Freeman's Journal. ? J i Nineteen . pei-sons have, been committed ? '-. forj trial in 'couneetion with: the Phoenix' j Park'murders and. the tittafk.on Mr. Field.,: , Tlie' trials, will nqttake place till April. . .,, Th'e February Cplpniar Wool Sales haye :,- commenced. Baline ' & Co.' Keld a sale to day,' at which there was a full attendance of buyers. Competition was keeu and prices were firm at closing rates of last series. ., so':; :;::t--'i;i ILONDONi February 21. ' AyoungiNihilisbpwhoUiad' been chosen by the Executive1 body of the Nihilist Or ganization! to assassiuate the Czar at his Majesty's approaching coronation, finding himself incapable of perform...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 February 1883

TERMS FOB ADVEKTISING_nJ_THB. 1 For advertisements relating to servants or tradesmen want ©4 or ?wanting engage ments, and leaiseB tb'-lefc or f or sale,' a charge citwo shiUings; only -will ' 'be made for all notices ifct^ek^e'edfe'g ,4'..lines,' and 3d;; for, each additioBalf^linfe'fOr the first inpertibn j', one-halt J-rate!i for ='each' subsequent' in sertion. aOtlief advertisements not exceed ing 8 line8,i3s.'6dV,'aiia 3d.' each additions line one-third rate only for subsequent insertions'. Reducec!,1 rates, by special ar rangement^ for ^aaVertisements , appearing three months' and upwards. Oil El.V 3- ' ? ?' - ' ? ' ? PRICE ONE 'PENNY. - WILl) be published in Perth EVERT AFTERNOON, and forwarded to niihaeribers by the earliest convenience. ' 8USp1es Sa/be had -from the *underme_; tioned agents :- . V- - ^ ^ _, Fordham. Fremantle ... £ Mr. R. Birch. ftniliMord ... ' Master Sainsliury. Ouildtora ? R Meares. ST!£ ? ? MrV Throssell. Northam .... . ... ^ j h pyte. VassV' '. .»? Mr....

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED—FEBRUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 February 1883

SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED — February 23. JlSTARTA, barque, 373 tons, A. B. uhar, from Port Adelaide,' 13th inst: bngerH — Mrs. and Miss Robinson, Rev. leNab, Mrs. Farquhar and child, and I'. MeNab ; and four in the steerage, lipson, Seudey & Co., agents. . ^ - ? I February 24. k.O7i)DON, steamer, John Craig, from jjy, viA Busselton and Bimbury. Pas Ira — Dean Gegg, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, |«d Mra. Rotonjltond three children, ?Brown, Mrs. Armear and two children, Ijohir Forrest, Mrs. Adams, Mr, and ?HanlbSi Misses' Stevens, Sadler, and Ban. (two), Messrs. Ellis, Canning, le, J. C. Fleming', MeRae, Saw, A. ?cli, A. G. Rosaer, J. Summers, Gamp ?-arldt, Fane, Mackdy, 'BCarwood, and B; aad seven steerage:' ' . feLIC SHIPPING TELEGRAMS.,; IjALDTOJSr. -:- Arrived: Feb. ' 23, Bight, cr., from Port Ir win. Sailed: M2o, Argo, sen., for Sharks Bay and H*pon. Feb. 24, Eagle, cr., for- Sharks jjBURY.— Arrived : - Eeb^ 23i !6:4(f ?IVTacedon, s., from Vnssei » Sailed :'.' Feb. 23, ...

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MEMORANDA' FOR FEBRUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 February 1883

MEMORANDA' FOR FEBRUARY 25. Sun: Rises, 6'48; nets, 6%39. Moon: Full Moon, Feb. 22, 8'2 a.m. ; rises, 8'21 ?p.m. ; sets, 8*13 a.m. High water, Gages Roads — morning,. 10*24 ; evening;, 10:4X. ,um-

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 February 1883

HpO ADVERTISERS. — All notices -* intended for insertion in the DAILY NEWS should, if possible, reach the Ojftce not later than two o'clock p.m. BTIRLING,BR08.,, Proprietor*. rrtSE DAILY NEWS may ? le had 6f ?* Messrs. Stein t $[ \ Co., ; ; Booksellers, Howick-street, Perth ; at Fremantle, of Mr. Fordham; andatQuildford^of'Mr. B. B. Devenish. ? ...... ? ?

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NORTH- WEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 February 1883

NORTH-WEST NEWS. At the Cossack Police Court S«trauei Tin dal, w,ho is in charge of Messrs. Courthope ' vSc Co.'s store^ was charged with having un- ' lawfully' disposed of hqiiors, and allowing them to be consumed upon the premises, contrary; to -the provisions of 44th Viet.;' No. 9. -The' defendant, who admitted the charge, was fined .£30, together with 5s. 6d.' costs,.and three' hours' imprisonment. ??? The following cases were lately heard afc the Roebourne Police Court :— Ah Oh, a. Chinese coolie, received one month's ? impri- ' 'sonment^ for being a,l6ose, idle, and disor derly person, who. had no visible- means of1 support. ' '.'?''. Three native pearl divers- rejoicing ia the names of ; Cockadana^ Peter Lynch, and Jerry, were charged with having assaulted their master, Antonio Julien, while engaged ? in pearling operations in hisboat, by throw ing him overboard. The same men were also charged with having afterwards ab Bconded with theAboat. The prisoners, how--, ever, were' ...

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THE MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 February 1883

THE M A I L S . Due at O.P.O., Perth .—From England, Mar. 3 and 17. From Eastern C»lonie« per R. M.S. Siam and b. Ofcway, March' 10, and Maruh 24. ? T - ? Despatched from Q.P.O., Perth:- -For England, -fcc, March 3 and 17. F«r Eastern Colonies (per Macedon),' March 3 ; and March 9 and 23.

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CITY POLICE NEWS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1883. (Before the Acting Police Magistrate, Jas. Cowan, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 February 1883

CITY POLICE NEWS. .SATURDAY, Febrttart 23, 1883.'.^ L (Before the Acting Police Magistrate, Jas. Cowan, Esq.;, J.P.J ;, '.j. -J ; ; Mr. Thomas Bailey, the ..Compulsory Officer, summoned no less than fifteen per sons to the Court, to answer the charge ;of : Vm.vincr ne-rlected to send' their' children' to an Elementary Sahool. In one case the mother appeared, -who stated that her hus band was dying, and that she did not know whether she would be back in time to bid him his last- earthly farewell. Under the circumstances of the case the Bench prompt ly dismissed the charge; in order to allow the distressed wif 0 to return to her afflicted husband as soon as possible. ? In r another case the husband assurred the Bemh that, for the future, he would take his boy to' school himself every morning; ; his Wor ship accepted his promise and dismissed the. case. Five other parents were cautioned. ' and discharged j in the other eight cases fines were inflicted ranging from 4s. 6d. up to, in one...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 February 1883

I^T THE DAILY NEWS Runners Com plain that' certain, individuals .are -in the habit of snatching copies of the Paper from them, and when .dppliedj to,'' refuse to pay for them. Any repetitions of such conduct will be promptly followed up by an. appeal to the Police Magistrate, , .. . ,,

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