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The Daily News. SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 March 1883

. SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1888. The straying of cattle and horses in owr' streets, -which has lately become such a nuisance, occupied the serious attention of the City Council last evening. The, Mayor had something to say about it, and nearly every Coun cillor present had a word or. two to say on the subject as. well, the Supervisor had written a loug report uppu the matter for their careful consideration, and the City Surveyor added a remark or two to the general discussion. In deed this carelessness on the part of cattle proprietors has risen to -such Ja pitch that we should riot have been at all surprised if the Council had spent' a much longer portion of ' their time, in discussing the matter than they did, and we very much doubt whether the general public are aware of ? the extent to which this is carried on. His Worship the Mayor asked Cr. Harwood if he was aware that nearly every night there were half a dozen or more horses to be found grazing on the; grass alongside the main road...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 March 1883

TERMS FOB ADVERTISING IN THE DAILY NEWS. , For advertisements relating/ to servants ? -i Wesm6A wanted or wasting engage ^hree months and upwards. PRIofoNffENNY. ^^^rgo^=men tionei agents : ^r j -g, Fordham* *-»«.. - I ;.^SSS:. Guildford ... ??? ?Mr. Bi. Meares. Newcastle. ??? '*Mr Gr. Throssoll. Northam ? — — Mrt jOSeph I?yte. York... ??? *' Mr. A. Bosseloty 'Vasse ??? ?*' jir. B. Forrest. Bunbury ??? ''-Mr J. M. Palmer Albany .- '? Mr. C. P. Beilly. Geroldton ??? ?' ^-r- 'v^ni. Moore. Greenough ??? Mr# j. Smith. Dongarra ??? 'i. T.S.Montague Northampton ??? either & Baston. Gasooyne ?» *J^f '.Messrs. M'Bae & Co. CoBsack & Koe*)Oura Messrs F. & C. Piesse. -WOMOGRAPHS, o»|^°'P^t»rs ing fifty impressions. Appiy »« Offioe. ? MEDICAL. T ^T^KS^* t| . land,^n»ay db i « Howiolt Street, 4 p.m. ? ' ? : — - P VnvemberUth^lSg. VINCENT DIAZ, Coo// and Confectioner, by . rtriet attention to business to modi Pn&° TKt- and Con** Beet alw»,f %hitSot^H^6^ not...

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LICENSING COURT. MONDAY, March 5. Before the Acting Police Magistrate (Mr. Jos. Cowan), and Messrs. S. E. Burges and G. C. Knight, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 March 1883

LICENSING COURT. MONDAY, March 5. Before the Acting Police Magistrate (Mr. Jas. Cowan), and Messrs. S. E. Burges and G. C. Knight, J's.P. George Fishwich applied for a wine and beer license for a house near the old Recrea tion Ground. Mr. Geo. Leake appeared to support the application, but, after, some dis cussion, the Bench dec-ded to refuse to allow the license to issue, on the ground that the house was not required. Edward Cockram applied for a Publican's General License for a house he is building at the Canning. Mr. George Leake, who appeared to support the application, pro dueed a petition signed by every leading settler at the Canning praying' that the license might be allowed, to issue. It was clearly shown that the nearest houses of public accommodation were in Perth and Narrogin, while Sub-Inspector Ro.we stated that the police had no opposition to offer. After a long discussion the certificate was granted, Mr. Burges, however, being of opinion that the house was not requir...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ROB ROY FROM THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 March 1883

ARRIVAL OF THE ROB ROY FROM THE NORTH. . The Pteamship Rob Roy, Capt. England, punctual to time, reached Geraldton from the North-west Coast ports; via Gascoyne and Sharks Bav. on Saturday evening. The following is a list of her passengers, for warded by our special correspondent : — Messrs. J. Cornish, D. Symon, Brown, Sewell, Paterson, and Peavse, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, Mr. Cornish, Mr. Ridley, Mrs. Wrightson and two children, Messrs. Cuin ming, Neavies, Cusins, Petit, Robinson, and James; and three steerage. From Gas coyne: Mr. Timperley, P. Troy, R. Troy, Sewell, Rowan, Crowther, Mclntosh, Gooch, Crawford, Bunbury, and Finnertyj and eleven steerage and forty-one native prisoners. From Sharks Bay : Mr. and Mrs. Hoult and son, Mr. and Mrs. Cross and two children, ;and Mr. Bird; and six steerage. ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 March 1883

CABLE TELEGRAMS. a ? (ASSOCIATED PRESS TKI.XaBA.lIS.) LONDON, March 1. In consequence of the disturbed state of Armenia, and the boldness and activity of the anti-Turkish secret societies, which are supposed to be encouraged in their orraosi tion to Turkish rule by Russian agents, the Porte has directed the reinforcement of the Turkish military force in that province, despite pacific assurances of the Russian Go vernment. It is reported that Mr. Parnell will leave England in April next for a tour through the United States. The clerical and radicals journals in Paris strongly object t-j the conduct of the French Government in acceding to the re quest of the British Government by issuing j an extradition warrant for . the arrest of Byrne, the land leaguer, who is now resident in Paris, on a charge of complicity in the recent outrages. The silver wedding of the Crown Prince and Princess of Prussia was celebrated at Berlin yesterday with great rejoicings. The amusements, and more especi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NEWS FROM THE NORTH. A HURRICANE.-PARTICULARS WANTING. FINE RAINS ON THE UPPER GASCOYNE. SCHOONER FOUNDERED AND TWO LIVES LOST. MURDER OF MRS. PONTIVIVO. THREE CHINESE DROWNED. GERALDTON, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 March 1883

NEWS FROM THE NORTH. A HURRICANE.— PARTICULARS WANTING. FINE RAINS ON THE UPPER' GASCOYNE. SCHOONER FOUNDERED AND TWO LIVES LOST, MURDER OF MRS. PONTIVIVO. THREE * CHINESE DROWNED. £By Electric Telegraph/] From our Special Correspondent. Geraldton, March 5. The s. Rob Roy, which arrived here from the North-west on Saturday evening last, brings two or three items of much public interest. . ' ' A hurricane (willy-willy) occurred on the 9th of last month ; but up to the time of the steamer's departure from Cossack. — Tuesday last — no accounts of loss of life, shipwreck, or other damage of a serious, nature, had been received from any direc tion. Splendid rains have fallfin on the Upper Gascoyne, causing the river to swell to an extent greater than has ever been. known since the first settlement was made in the district. A small cutter foundered between the Gascoyne Mouth (Carnarvon) and the. set tlements farther south in Sharks Bay, whereby the man in charge (John Davies) and a Chinam...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Daily News. MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 March 1883

MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1883. The adoption of surface drainage in any city is a mistake, more especially so in any semi-tropical country. Still it niust be renaerubeved that the com mittal of such a mistake is, perhaps, quite unavoidable in colonial towns. In. Euglaud at one time the same system of open sewerage was univer sally adopted, and it is, comparatively speaking, only within the last few years that a complete system! of sub terranean sewerage has superseded the old plan in most of the towns in the Mother Country. Still the mistake 'becomes the more clearly apparent when it is found to he absolutely necessary for the protection of the public health from epidemic and mal arial disorders to adopt the more ex pensive system of underground drains — the adoption of which will be the more costly in direct proportion to the increase and prosperity of the city or town in which it is introduced. The sooner therefore that the City authori ties recognise the fact that sooner or later they mus...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 March 1883

THE MAILS. Due at G.P.O. Perth: — From England, Mar. 16 and 30. From Eastern Colonies, per R.M.S. Siam, March 10 ; and March 24. Despatched from G.P.O. Perth: — For England, &c, March 17 and 31. For Eastern Colonies, &c, March 9 and 23.

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THE SOUTH-EAST DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 March 1883

THE SO TJTH-EAST DISTRICT. As .considerable attention is now being1 directed to this colony by outside capital ists in search of extensive ? squatting areas money might' be expended with the besb results were an exploring party sent out to examine the belt of country lying between: the Hampton Plains and Eucla, which, would include the Queen Victoria Spring, discovered by Ernest Giles in 1875, and is . situated at a distance of only about 100 miles to the east of the farthest poinb reached by C. C. Hunt in 1864. The dis covery of good pastoral country around Queen Victoria Spring — an area of fresh water of unknown extent — would be a slice of very good fortune for the settlers in the Eastern districts, who have long been in want of more^ available country for then: increasing flocks and herds, while a prac ticable route for travelling stock from the Eucla district to Perth would be of incal culable advantage to the pastoralists there, as it may be said that they have at presenb no ...

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SMUGGLING AT ALBANY. ALBANY, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 March 1883

SMUGGLING AT ALBANY. QBt Electbic Telegraph. 3 From, our Special Correspondent. Albant, March 5. John Ince, bookseller and stationer, charged with smuggling fifty boxes of cigars from the steamer Glenochil, from Melbourne, has been fined .£20 and the goods have been forfeited.

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MEMORANDA FOR MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 March 1883

MEMORANDA FOR MARCH 5. Stjn : Rises, 5'55 ; sets, 6*29. Moon : Last Qi\, March 2, 1*10 p.m. ; rises, 2*42 a.m. High water, Gages Roads — morning, 2'46; evening, 6*22.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 March 1883

ice. tce. toe. oe. ±oe._ Ice. to o o n b u me~r~s of ice. ICE SAFES, made upon the most im proved principles and from the newest ?designs, may bo obtained at the Factory of the undersigned — JOSEPH SOWDEN, Exhibition House, Hay St. Perth, Not. 23, 1882. P. A- GUGERl' Wine and Spirit Merchant, HAS on Sale the following Wines, Spirits, and Beers, ex Charlotte, PaUbury, Charlotte, and Helena Mena. Also, to arrive ex West Australian, Araf ura, and Mikado; from London — E£ BRANDY S ^ CD I— 3- GIN * || GENEVA § :i «-?«? p gg SHERRY g j»« CLARETS 1 t?d u ALCt ot en rg STOUT P In Hhds., Qtr.-casks, Octaves, a-nd in Hottle. In bond and duty paid. All of Ale Best Brands and Lowest Prices. P. A. GUGERI, St. George's Terrace, Perth. P It OS Tp E C T ifs OF THE ferth ffias 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 lings and sixpence each ' to be made as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 March 1883

y.-. ...,.-,., 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 . -? Eor £84. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished For £95, O7 For £152, or .'?.;?? For £202. . Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, wMeJi will be forwarded Post Free on application. ?v 0 Q i H - H 0 0D SMITH & Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, Mouldings, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings. CAEPETS PLANNED, LAID & MADE. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN — . ? *_ ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ? ? ? « ? PICTURE FRAMERS. m lJ 02 f-f^ ? H- ? . Pi k. o -. r- CO 0 0 V* PICTURES Mounted, ^STKETCHED, AND iKAMED. CARPETS MADE. SMITH & CO., Cafeket Makers. SMITH & CO. tion9 Estimates of €©st Supplied. DOORS? SASHES, FI...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED—MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 March 1883

SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED— Mabch 2. FREDERIC HARTWIG, German bar ?quentine, 333 tons, D. Sparke, from Mau ritius. . March -4. THERESA, schooner, from Bunbury. March 5. ROB ROY, steamer, England, from Port Walcofct Feb. 27, via Gascoyne Mar. 1, and ?Geraldton 3rd instunt. Passengers — From j G eraldton : Messrs. Brown, Osborne, Rowan, and Wood ; and 2 steerage. SAILED— March 3. PLANET, sckooner, for Geraldton. March 4. MACEDON, steamer, Craig, for Albany, ; via ports, Passengers — Hon. J. H. and Mrs. \ Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Fleming, two child- j ren and nurse, Mr. Mansfield, Mr. W. i Britnall, Miss Britnall, Mrs. McLean and two children, Rev. J. W. Mouland, Mr: Fairbairn, Sergt. Back, and Miss Maley; and 14 steerage. PUBLIC SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. GERALDTON.— Arrived: Mar. 3, Belle oP Bunbury, sch., from Freinantle ; 8*20 p.m., Rob Roy, s., from North- wesl -uCoast. Mar. 5, Planet, Bch., from Fremantle.1. Sailed : Mar. 3, Maud, sch., for Port Irwin j 10-4 p.m., Rob Roy, s., for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 March 1883

THCTBSDAT NEXT, 8th MARCH, AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON. 6th large Clearing-out sale at Messrs. ' Habgood and Co.'s, Perth. . IN RETAIL SHOP. E SOLOMON & CO. have received in . structions to sell as above a variety of Merchandise, consisting of Teas of all sorts, Rope, Clothing, Silk, Satin, Sarsnet, Oilmen Stores, Lamps, Cordials, Soap, Naile, Liverpool Salt, and a. large assort ment of General Storekeeping Goods. &c., &c, &c. Terms Liberal — at time of Sale. f^\ TJILDFORD MUNICIPALITY. NOTICE.— MR. ISAAC BLOOMER JECKS has been appointed Collector of Bates and Licenses, Inspector of Weights sad Measures, and Inspector of Nuisances for the above from this date. Mr. Jeoks will attend at the Mechanics' Hall, Guildford, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every MONDAY during the month of March for the purpose of iBeuing licenses for Carts, Carriages, and Dogs, &c._ Persons are requested to apply for their licenses. « W. G. JOHNSON, Chairman. Guildford, Feb. 26, 1883. P...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 March 1883

Births. Marriages, and Deaths. DEATH.   DAVIS.— At Guildford, on Thursday, March 1st, Eleanor, the beloved wife of J. O. Davis, aged 64; one of the earliest settlers in Western Australia, having ar- rived in the colony in the year 1829, in   the ship Lotus.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 March 1883

ice. tcje. toe. oe. Ice. Ice. to consumers op ice. ICE SAFES, made upon the moBt im proved principles and from the neweBt designB, may be obtained at the Factory of the undersigned — JOSEPH SOWDEN, Exhibition House, Hay St. - Perth, Nov. 23, 1882. P. A- GUGERI, Wine and Spirit Merchant, HAS on Sale the following Wines, Spirits, and Beers, ex Charlotte, Padbury, Charlotte, and Helena Mena. Also, to arrive ex West Australian, Araf ura, and Mikado, from London — gg BRANDY g ||- RUM i g ja GIN |§ GENEVA | *g PORT p g g SHERRY ' g jjjg CLARETS S ?§?3 ALE& ' ?§ £§ STOUT P lu Hhds., Qtr.-casks, Octaves, and in Bottle. In bond and duty paid. All of the Best Brands and Lowest Prices: P. A. GUGERI, St. George's Terrace, Perth. PROSPECTUS O F T H E Perth 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 lings and sixpence, each to be made aB : requir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 March 1883

[?] Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or .. ? . For £33, or For .£50. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will toe 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, 6v .?'.????? For £202. ?,? Send for detailed Furniture. Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. 0 0 tn K 1 OB. SMITH & Co. ??manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, Mouldings, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Conntcrs, anil 8Eiop Fittings. CARPETS PLAMEDTLAID . &. MADE, ? ® ° s ?.a. K s - ? ? 8 h^ « ? H G 0 FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN ? — ♦ ? _ Wlattrasses, Palliasses, SPRING BEOS9 COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ? + ? v i PICTURE FRAMERS. PICTUBES Mounted, STEETCHED, AND ' ifiAMED. CARPETS MADE. ? @- I B S s 1 gig [?] DOORS, SASHES, SHOP FITTINGS, AND umpiEiis, CARPETS MADE -^ - ' s - K *| § 4 @ A...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 March 1883

THE MAILS. Due at Q.P.O. Perth:— 'From England, Mar. 16 and 30. From Eastern Colonies, per R.M^S. Siom, March 10 j and March 24. Despatched from G.P.O. Perth:— For England, &c, March 17 and 31. For Eastern Colonies,' &c, March 9 and 23.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 March 1883

THUBSDAY NEXT,. 8th MARCH, AT ''?'' ' 12 O'CLOCK, NOON. 6th;large Clearing-out sale at Messrs. . A Habgood and Co.'s, Perth. IN BETAIL SHOP. - .'TTjl SOLOMON & CO. have received in -Jtli. ' structions to sell as above a variety ' 'of' Merchandise, consisting of Teas of all sorts, Rope, Clothing, Silk, Satin, Sarsnet, Oilmen Stores, Lamps, Cordials, Soap, Nails, Liverpool Salt, and a large assort ment of General Storekeeping Goods'. &c, &c, &c. Terms Liberal — at time of Sale. : SALE OF VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD 1 FURNITURE. /^OURTHOPE & CO. have been favored \j with instructions from E. W. Haynes, Esq., to sell by auction at the house re cently occupied by Lord Gifford, St. George's Terrace, Perth, on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1883, the whole of the Valuable Household Fur niture now therein, consisting of — Pictures, Sideboards, Dinner Waggon, Dining Boom Table, Fender, Fire Irons, Curtains, Poles and Rings, Venetian Blinds, Barometer, Oil Cloth, Sofa, Ea...

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