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A NEW DISPENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 March 1883

A NEW DISPENSATION. The following curious document from, Baboo Kesnub Chunder Sen, who considers himself, ' apostle ' of the New Dispensa tion, appears in several of our Indian con temporaries : — New Year's Day, January 1st, 1883. T Keshub Chunder Sen, a servant of God, called to be an apostle of the Church of the New Dispensation, which is in the holy city of Calcutta, the metropolis ol Aryavarta. To all the great nations in the world and to the chief religious sects in the East and West. To the followers of Moses, of Jesus, of Buddha, of Confucius, of Zoroaaster, of Mahomet, of Nanac and the various branches of the Hindu Church. To the saints and the sages, the bishops, and the elders, the ministers and the mis sionaries, of all these religious bodies. Grace be unto you, and peace everlasting. Whereas sectarian discord and strife, suhisms and enmities prevail in our Father's family, causing much bitterness and unhap piness, impurity and unrighteousness, and even war, carnage, and...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MEMORANDA FOR MARCH 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 March 1883

MEMORANPA FOR MARCH 7. Sun : Rises, 5*56 j sets, 6-28. Moon : Last Qr., March 2, 1*10 p.m.'; .rises, 3'48 a.m. High water, Gages Roads — morning, 6*51 ; evening, 7#20.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PROFESSOR G. STOKES, F.R.S. ON MODERN SCIENTIFIC THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 March 1883

PROFESSOR a. STOKES, F.B.S. ON MODERN SCIENTIFIC THOUGHT. The announcement that Her Majesty the Queen had graciously signified to the Victoria (Philosophical) Institute of London her consent to receive the volumes of its ' Transactions,' gave additional dclat to a crowded meeting of its members, held on the 15th of January at the Hall of the Society of Arts in London. The Institute, founded to investigate all scientific ques tions, including any said to militate against Religious Belief, announced that nearly 1,000 Home, Indian, Colonial, and American members had now joined. Dr. Stokes, F.R.S., Secretary and Fellow of the Royal Society, and Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge University, read the paper of the evening. In it he, as a scientific man, repudiated the idea, sometimes given ex pression to, that the progress of science would disprove the truth of Revelation, adding that the progress of science con stantly showed the reverse to be the case. The Book of Revelation and the ...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. LONDON, March 3. DEAD-LOCK IN THE UNITED STATES LEGISLATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 March 1883

TELEGKAPHIC NEWS. (associated press telegrams.) LONDON, March 3. DEAD-LOCK IN THE UNITED STATES LEGISLATURE. The United States House of Representa tives, during the course of discussing the Bill lately passed by the Senate for effecting certain amendments in the Tariff Act. has denied the right of that Chamber to origin ate legislation of such a character. A KINGDOM FOR SALE. . The German Imperial Government have offered His Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland the succession of the Duchy of Brunswick, together with about .£1,200,000 sterling, if he will for ever renounce all his pretensions to the throne of the Kingdom of Hanover, and allow the titlo to become extinct. THE OBJECT OF MR. PARNELL'S VISIT TO AMERICA. It is publicly and confidently ^stated that the principal object of Mr. ParnelTs visit to the United States, which he intends to make next April, is to inform the Irish Americans who subscribed to the Irish Land League Fund how the money so subscribed has been expended.<...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 March 1883

TERMS FOR ADVERTISING IN THE DAILY .NEWS ? .. For advertisements relating, to servants 'or tradesmen wanted' or -wanting engage 'nents, and leases to let or for sale, a charge 1 ' eftwo shillings only will he made for all notices not exceeding '4 lines, and 3d. tor 1 aach additional line for the first inpertion ; one-half rate for, each subsequent in sertion. ' Other advertisements not exceed ??? inff 8 lineB, 3s. 6d., and 3d. each additional line, one-third rate only for subsequent ? nsertions. Reduced rates; by special ar rangement, for advertisements appearing three months and upwards. Cf;e JBaily #eto$* PRIGE OQEJENNY. WILL be published in Perth EVERY AFTERNOON, and forwarded to miWribers'by the earliest convenience. BUCoP'esxnayybehad from the undermen tioned agents :— ^ y R Fordl?ain. Fremantle ??? \ Mr. R. Birch. _ ..,- A S. B. Devenish. Guildford ? Mr.R-Meares. Newcastle ?-. 'Mr. Q. Throssell. Northam ... - . Mr, Joaeph 3?yke. York ... — ? Mr# A RoBseloty Vasse ... ??? Mr. R...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. THE PROTESTANT PRIMACY OF AUSTRALIA. Sydney. March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 March 1883

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. THE PROTESTANT PRIMACY OF AUSTRALIA. Stdney, March S. The Conference which has been held at Sydney with reference to the appointment of a successor j'to the late Dr. Barker has not been attended with any result, in conse quence of the irreconcilable difference exist ing between the opposing parties.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 March 1883

CYCLING NOTES. By Hub. Well, Mr. Editor, Fin afraid, with our little scope for action, these notes will be rather flat to most of your readers ; but as there may be some one who takes an in terest in the game of ' Whirling' I am to the front again. ' ' I have to chronicle a plucky (ou account of the dreadfully bad road) trip to Guild ford on Saturday week by one of the M.B. C.'s, who did the journey, including several stoppages on account of the heat, under lh. 30m. Didn't the ' Little Villagers' turn out to see the man on wheels ! — that't all. Since then another M.B.C. has made a smart trip to Fremantle and back, taking but lh. 15m. to go and lh. to return, which, considering all things, was a very good spin. Last Wednesday three members of the F.B.C. paid us a visit. We were to have met them at Crawley ; but, owing to the late start, only managed to make the Lion Brewery. Seeing us dismount it was very suggestive of a thirsty day to the Fremantle Blues' as they rode up. After a l...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Daily News. TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 6 March 1883

~ TU^ES^Ay7^JaRc1b[ 6,^18837 ' The R.M.S. Parramatta, the last out ward English mail packet, left Albany for Glenelg on Wednesday morning, after a detention of about fourteen hours, which was necessary in order to take in sufficient coal for her to proceed to Melbourne, the nearest port where a further supply could be obtained. At present the steamers bound for Australia replenish their bunkers for the last time at Aden, and as it is found impracticable, even with a class of vessels much larger than those used in the days when Albany was a regular coaling port for the Company's fleet, to steam right through to Melbourne — a distance of about 7,000 miles — with-, out taking in an additional supply of coal, a question has arisen with the Company's Directors in Leadenhall street, the solution .of which may have a very considerable effect upon the future of King G-eorge's Sound. It is just this : Shall we establish a coal ing station at Colombo — now our only port of call in Ceylon — or...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
GOVERNOR BROOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 March 1883

&amp;OirE$ltO&amp; BB00MS. : Our Mauritius files to hand by Fridav'* mail— latest dates, via Adelaide unf« tfee 23rd ult.-contain lengthy r'^ J? YiS!$^J^^^f^ % honoTofth^ ^^s ««»c11.ul, wmtu we shall publish aa spaco permits. ^«uiiou us His- Excellency appears to have taken a, deep interest in a treat to the poor at Christ mas, and' itt proposing the toast of ''Tho Poor of Port Louis' he is reported to have said :— It itf with the greatest pleasure thafc I have nssooiated myself with my brother Freemasons iir organising this interesting fete, and, speakin/z in the names and f™£ the hearts of all Masons here present I can assure our guests: that we are rejoiced to welcome them tothis table, spread in this venerated room, whicfc has for so- many years been the sanctuary of Freemasonry m Mauritius. If the Patrons and iffiS of our Masonic craft whose pictureslS these walls could be conscious of the scene before them, I feel sure they would look down with approbation and satisfac...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 March 1883

'. P' OLIO E ' N OT &amp;8\ PERTH. — Thomas Jones was brought up on _remand yesterday,, charged with- having stolen various articles from Mr. A. D. Letch's store to the value ' of over .£3. w« * h a ™ previously commented, upon the' boldness and effrontery with which this robbery was committed. The prisoner, who had' not a word to say in his defence, was sentenced to six months' imprisonment with , hiarcl labour.. A number of citizens we're sumiiionecl for having allowed their cattle- to strav- about. the streets, and they were all mulcted in small penalties; the Acting Police- Magis- trate -warning them, however, that thenext time they appeared before him he would punish them much more severely, by the imposition of heavier fines. FREMANTLE.— Richard ' Waddle ad mitted having so far forgotten himself as to get drunk in the town oh the previous day. The Bench took a merciful view of his case, and dismissed him with a ? caution to sin- no more. William Clarke, however, was, for a...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 March 1883

TERMS FOR ADVERTISING IN THE DAILY SEWS. For advertisements relating to servants or' tradesmen waited' or' -wanting engage ments, and leases to let or.for sale, a charge ^ftwo ^billings only will be made for all , ? notices 'not exceeding 4 lines, and 8d. for , SSi additional Une for the first »-f «£'-£- : - ? three months and ? PRICE ONEJENNY. tionei agents :— r Mr . J. F. Pordham. * Fremantte — -. Mr. R.Bireh. ,. , S. B. Devemsh. Ouilafora ..?? ??? ^r. B,. Meares. UewcaBtle ??? ''«,, q! ThroBsell. Northam- ... ??? - jfo..' josepli Fyke. Tork ... ? ?« '????? jir. A. Rosseloty Vasse .-;? ?' Hr. R. Forrest. Bunbury ?« 'Vr S. M. Palmer Albany ... — 'jjk c- p. Reilly. Oeraldton. — ??? Mr Wm- Moore. Oreenongn ??? Mr. J. Smith. ? Dongarra_ ? iir. T. S. Montague Y-WR SALE. A quantity of WASTE JB^ PAPErT Apply at this office. -^OHROM0GBAP.HS,oapabUofpr.oduo^ irig^ty impressiona. Apply at tins Offioe. . '. : MEDICAL. m 4 p.m. ? ? ? _— , ELIGIBLE COUNTRY BLOCK FOR SALE,— A 10-acre block of l...

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THE MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 March 1883

. T,H El M A^l LS . Duet at* G.P'.O.,' Perth-. — From Eriglandj Mar. 16 aEd 30. From Eastern Colonies, ?jper R.M.S. Siam, March 10 ; andMarch'i24. ' Despatched from G.P.O., Perth: — For England, &amp;c.y March 17 and 31. For Eastern Colonies, &amp;c, March 12 and 23.

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CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 March 1883

CABLE TELEGRAMS. (ASSOCIATED PBES8 TKLEOBAKB. ) London, March 5. Senator Edwards has been elected Presi dent of the United Statep Senate. . Considerable discontent has been caused amongst the English residents in India hv a measure which the Governor-General in Council has approved, and which has the effect of subjecting English-born subjects to the jurisdiction of Criminal Courts pre sided over by native judges and magistrates. A deputation, representing the Royal Colonial Institute, waited on Mr. Mundella, M.P., the Vice-President of the Council of Committee on Education, and urged the ad visableness of providing in Board Schools a code for the direct teaching of the geogra phy, history, and natural resources of the Colonies of the British Empire. If this were done the Institute would offer prizes for the best essays on colonial subjects. Mr. Mundella stated that the new code be ing prepared by the department included the special subjects enumerated by the depu tation. '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEMORANDA FOR MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 March 1883

MEMORANPA FOR MARCH 9. Sun: Rises, 5*57 j sets,: 6-25;. Moon: New Moon/ 'March -9,: O'lo'- p.m. '; ' ' sets, 6 -6 p.m. High water, Gages' Roads— morning,: ?8-32; eveningi 8-54 ? ?? ? ;*? -.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 March 1883

MAIL NOTICES. The P. &amp; O. Steainer (the Australia) having left Colombo for King George's Sound later than contract time, mails for the Australian colonies', &amp;c, will -be ' made up at the General Post Office on Monday next, the 12th instant, at 10 a.m., instead of on ^riday, the 9th inst., as previously notified. Money-orders can be obtained at the G. P. O. up to 11 a.m. on Saturday, 10th instant. Mails for Beagle Bay and intermediate ports, for transmission per s. Macedon, will be made up at the General Post Office on Wednesday, March 21st, at 1 p.m., instead of °.n. April 1st, per Otway, as previously notified. ? '.'.?-.;?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Daily News. THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 March 1883

THURSDAY, MARCH 8, ,1833. '^^ ^ave ascertained that applications for space at the Calcutta International' Exhibition .must be sent, in not later than the . 1st of August -next. In the case ot this Colony, where the Legisla ture is not likely to be in session many ?jsveeks before that date, and therefore the necessary vote camiot be sooner ayaalable,;-the titn.e is certainly short; but:iniview of the' great importance of our- allowing nothing' to stand in the wa'y;.6f ',ovir ; being' ;' well represented at thje 'coWing great Show in India we may hope that the Government will, ^si3% as .lies v in their power, place matters in train .in. the meantime, and be prepared tosubmit their, programme1 immediately after the assembling' of the Council. ?On' previous' 'occasions when-rr^-estiBrti-'^uBtraliSTfOT^r'de'd e^hiMts.^o ,the »great -ExHibitioriEr at' Sidney and.i Melbourne, /.a'nd'^lsi?- jn Pi*f rf,«sK'fe tf a!d-;iri { diif; prese'n^Uolonial S ScSgtaiy ^ifibWwilling^id1 enth'usi a,stic s...

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PULPIT PORTRAITS. NO. I. THE REV J.W. MAITLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 March 1883

PULPIT PORTRAITS. [by an eclectic] ? ?? -( KO. . I. ' , . ;. ; ? -, : i The : Rev. -3.r W. .'MVmtt.a wr. m.; . . . Wesleyanisin in Fremantle has suffered many vicissitudes. Many years ago the friends of the connection met 'and' entered upon arrangements to erect a ? -nWo nf public , worship. After many delays and with much difficulty the present ' structure was raised in Cantonment-street, but further difficulties subsequently arose, and after a. prolonged, struggle the idea of establishing: a branch of the Wesleyan denomination in Fremantle was for a time abandoned, and the building was closed. Afterwards it was. rented by the late Mr. Trotter for scholastic purposes, but after a tenancy of about twelve; months he received notice- to quit the premises. A new, and, as. it appears, a successful effort was to ' be made' to supply the Wesleyans at Fremantle with the services of a minister; nhd ? owing 'chiefly to the munificent help afforded by thepreserit Mayor (Mr. George Shenton)the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 March 1883

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. Guii,r-roBD. — You have our most pro found sympathy in your deep distress, but we cannot publish your letter with reference to the alleered lack of roromptitude and Hkill ? displayed by the medical man upon the oc casion, as it is simply libellous. Perhaps when your excited feelingsjhave cooled down a little you will be the first to thank us for not having involved you in expensive and harassing legal proceedings.

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INTERCOLONIAL. MELBOURNE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 March 1883

INTERCOLONIAL. MEIiBOlTENK. Mawh V. The Australian Cup: was run at Mei. bourne yesterday. ,-. ^Navigator was first ? Wallaroo second; and Guesswork third. . Mr. Service's amendment on th&amp; address of a vote no-confidence in the Government was carried without division. Sydney, March 7. ,, An immense public meeting has been held at Sydney, at which a resolution was passed protesting against Mr. Redmond's mission. ? -. ' ; :

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ARRIVAL OF THE R.M.S SIAM AT ALBANY. ALBANY, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 March 1883

ARRIVAL OF THE R.M.S. SIAM AT ALBANY. : : £Bt Elbctbio. Tblegbaph.] From our Special Correspondent. : ? ; - : ' Albany. March *7. ,;.TheR.M.S Siam, Commander E. Ash down, with homeward mails, from Sydney Feb. 23, Melbourne March 1, and Glenelg March 3, arrived in Princess Roval Harbor at 5 '30 o'clock this evening, bringing the following passengers for this colony : — Mrs. Bricknell, Messrs. Gull, Brennan, Anderson (two), Irvine, McKenzie, and Walsh, Mrs. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Nesbitt, the , Lynch Family of Bellringers (four), Professor Strathane, Messrs. Farras, Eiearne, and Roche.

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