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ARRIVAL OF SIR WILLIAM ROBINSON AT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 March 1883

ARRIVAL OF SIR WILLIAM ROBINSON AT ADELAIDE. The Adelaide papers by this morning's mail contain copious accounts of the recep tion of Sir William and Lady Robinson at Adelaide, which they reached on Snnday morning, February 18. As soon as the Nizam arrived off Glenelg a deputation proceeded' on board to formally tender His Excellency a hearty welcome. On landing at Glenelg at 9 o'clock in the morning, His Excellency was met by the Mayor of that town (Mr. Thomas King, J.P:), who said it was his pleasing duty to welcome His Excellency to the colony as its future Governor, and that he would rather that His Excellency had arrived on the previons day, so that he might have seen what a thoroughly hearty welcome' the people of South Australia wouid have given him on stepping on their shores. The respect of South Australians for the Sabbath was pro verbial, and the fact that that day was Sunday had' kept away a great many people who would otherwise have been present. When the colonists were...

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The Daily News. MONDAY MARCH 12, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 March 1883

TOe ©ailp ^eto£* MONDAY, MARCH 12, 18S3. What ai'e the promoters of the pro posed City of Perth Gas Company about ? Have they quietly succeeded in disposing of the number of shares required ? to float the Company or | have they abandoned the idea in. dis- I gust ?' We fear the former question , must be answered in the negative-4- j ?we sincerely hope that the latter can be answered in the same way. It is not so very long ago we pointed our that the promoters would have to exert themselves, and that the citizens ?would have to awake from their pro found lethargy, if they did not want. to 'be outstripped in the race of progress by1 their more enterprising ; 'brother* colonists residing at Fremantle, .and .our warning seenas to, be likely to. be a 'true 'oneY ' Generally^ 'speaking' the Portonians seem to be determined to ,110 longer allow their town to remain umlluminated at night, -while on the other hand the citizens do not appear tocare one jot about the matter; the Portonians are ...

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THE SHARK HUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 March 1883

THE. SHARK RUNT. As. it has been lately frequently reported ?that-, a number of sharks have been seen cruising about in the river, some gentlemen determined to form a party to go out and capture as many of these ' ocean tigers as they could. Accordingly between, ten and eleven o'clock yesterday morning Messrs. H. Strickland, G. Seubert (of Fremantle), and Mumme, accompanied by another gentleman, who is an amateur in such matters, left Perth in Mr. Murame's yacht, with a dingy towing astern, in search of the dangerous monsters. Owing to the praise worthy forethought of the owner of the boat the commissariat department was most amply stocked with a variety of solid and liquid refreshments. Shortly after cruising about the river a huge shark was seen to fluke; up, but owing to the noise made by ,the pecupants of another boat, which unfor tunately happened to be sailing near at hand at the time, the enemy took the alarm and managed to make a safe retreat, much ?to the disgust of the par...

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POLICE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 March 1883

POLICE NOTES. PERTH. — On Saturday' a wretchedly weak . looking , creature was , charged .with 'having been drunk. ' He at price admitted that4 he had taken a 'drop too much.' The Acting. Police:Magistrate then observed that there was another offence entered in the charge-book against him, and at once fined him twenty- shillings, or one month's imprisonment in default. 1 That notorious garden thief,' John Eaton, was brought up on remand, charged with having stolen some potatoes,' the property of Mr. W. D. Moore. Mr. Moore's gardener gave pretty conclusive evidence regarding the alleged theft, arid Pi C. Hilder, who ably conducted the case 'for the prosecution, swore that he had taken the potatoes out of the prisoner's pockets when he returned home from his work. However, Eaton said he had 'picked them up on the road,' and Mr. Cowan very properly remarked that as the articles had not, and could not, be positively sworn to, the charge could not be sustained, but that he would amend th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 March 1883

TOE: TCB. ~. JCE. -ICE. ? ICE. ....-., J-CE. 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— T^v,w JOSEPH SOWDEN, Exhibition House, Hay St. Perth, Nov; 23, 1882. ? Wine and Spirit Merchant, TTAS on Sale the following Wines, Ncinirita and Beers, ex Charlotte, ftfeu^f^SrSte, and Helena Mena. lr8o, ^arrive ex West Australian, Arafura, and Mikado, from London— gf BRANDY | |1 RUM | % % GIN ^ || GEN EVA | 50 S PORT U»; 1 1 SHERRY ' g II CLARETS § |1 ALE& f £g STOUT ? T ' In Hhds., Qtr.-casks, Octaves, and in J'ottle In bond and duty. paid. All of li e Best Brand s and Lowest Prices. P. A. GUGERI, St. George's Terrace, Perth. OFT HE f«3rth Gas Company (LIMITED.) — _ '?«? ?Capital :— JB20,000, in 20,000 shares of .£1 each. DEPOSIT of one shilling per share on °?%£A* m*r«» of P.JJW be at any time required, the new Shares will (if -S Trad) be divided amon6st the original Shareholder...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 March 1883

[?] Three-room Cottage Furnished Por £19, or . ?/ For £33, or Por ^50. Send for detkiiei^ furniture Catalogue, whicl . will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished For £46, or Por £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, wMcb will be forwarded Post Free on application. d Q i 8 8 w I fcH S H ^ H 0 GD ? SMITH & Go. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, Mouldings, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Counters, ant! Shop Fittings. CARPETS PLANNED, LAID & MADE. FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN ? *__ ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, SPRING BEDS, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS;. , ? ? ? C AR.VE1K S j i PICTURE FRAMERS. S H S u .. Q . 0 PICTUEES Mounted} STEETCHED, AND MAMED. CARPETS MADE. [?] DOORS, SASHES, SHOP FITTINGS, AND MfBllHCR CARPETS MADE £=3 LlI 5g Si ga3 VT4 &» Complete House Famishing C...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED-MARCH 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 March 1883

...SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED— March 11. MACEDON, steamer, John Craig, from Albany 9th inst., Bnsselton and Bunbury 10th inst. Passengers — From Albany : Mr. and Mrs. Nesbett and two children, Mrs. Jno. Summers, Mra. H. McLarty and family (3), Mrs. Trimmer and child, Mrs. Bieknell, Mrs. Clarke and child, Mrs. Jalfray and three children, Miss Finlay, Sub-Inspector McLarty; Messrs. H. Lynch, R. Lynch, G. Lynchi W. Lynch, Professor Stathatn, J. S. Farron (the Lynch Family of Bell ringers) ; Messrs. H. R. Rocke, V. Brennan, R. Anderson, H. Gull, F. Anderson, T. S. Lodge. From Vasse : Mr. R. Fairbairn. From Bunbury : Mr. A. Rhodes. And five in the steerage. SAILED— Mabch 10. .FREDERICK HART WIG, German barque, for Geraldton. March. ill. ? . THERESA, schooner, Reid, for Bunbury. I; . PUBLIC SHIPPIKGf TELEGRAMS. BUSSELTON.— Arrived : Mar. 10,- .2-60 ?p.m., Macedon, s., from Albany. Sailed: Mar.- 10, 3'55; p.m,i r Macedon , Js.,^ for Fremantle. ' ' BUNBURY,— Arrived: Mar. 10, 6'30...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 March 1883

r An. Excellent cottage- in t STiattaja Strbkt, five , rooms, .passage, 'copper, anxl wash-house. Apply to ' f j : G. EANDELL, Agent. Perth/ March' 7, 1883. . idn

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 13 March 1883

ICE. TCfi. TOE. ce. Ice. Ice. to consum e us 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, Nor. 23, 1882. P. A. GUGERi; Wine and Spirit Merchant, TTAS on Sale the following Wines, JLJL Spirits, and Beers, ex Charlotte, | Padbury, Charlotte, and Helena Mena. j Also, to arrive ex West Australian, Araf ura, ' and Mikado, from London — I gg BRANDY g| S2 GIN I II GENEVA & * | PORT 1 1 :gg SHERRY 'J £« CLARETS 'S il ALE& g fi STOUT P In Hhds., Qtr.-casks, Octaves, and in liottle. In bond, and duty paid. All of ?the Best Brands and Lowest Prices. P. A. GUGERI, St. George's Terrace, Perth. I ? Plt^SPKCTUS : O P T HE | i erth Gas Company (LIMITED.) J mm i 'Capital : — .£20,000, in 20,000 shares of .£1 , each. ?* DEPOSIT of one shilling per share on I application; one shilling r and; six- I pence on allotment ; and calls of two shil- J l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 13 March 1883

V* - ? ''',_? ~ — — — ?'?.???? . ? ' ' ? * ^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 V For £95, or For £152, oi* ! ? , : ?;? For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. d K [ SMITH & Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, Mouldings, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings. 'CARPETS PLANNED, LAID &-MADE. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN ? » ? ^__ ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS.. — ? r-» ? PICTURE FRAMERS. ? ? m .3' H .8 . ^ .a pp ? g ti-. « H s u ?pa . . . G 0 PICTURES Mounted, STRETCHED, . . if- - AND 1'RAMED. CARPETS MADE. Complete House Furnishing Catalogues, Free on Appliea .DOOESf SASHES, S...

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THE MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 13 March 1883

1? HE MAI LS . Due o-. G.P.O., Perth: — From England, Mar. 16 aad 30. Prom Eastern Colonies, per B.M.S. Nizam, March 24i' . i ; ' r Despatched, from G.P.O.,. Perth: — For England, &c., March. .17 iand 31. , For Eastern Colonies, &c, March ,23. 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 on April 1st, per Otway, as' previously notified. ? ? ..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 13 March 1883

WAtf ;TEP— £ -Fowwancfor titofcJdon. Brewery. Apply jto' D. W.JHARWOOD. TO L E T . An EXCELLENT COTTAGE in STiaLinfoTSTRKKT, five rooms, passage, copper. And ;wash-house. , Apply to ? ? ?ert' ' '? ^G. BANDELL, Agent. Perth, March 7, 1883. idn

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 13 March 1883

TERMS FOR ADVERTISING IN THE '1 DAILY SEWS. J For advertisements relating to servants or tradesmen wanted or wanting engage ments, and leases to let or for sale, a charge 'of two shillings only will be made for all , notices not exceeding 4 lines, and 3d. tor , aach. additional line for the first inpertion ; ? one-half rate - for each subsequent in sertion. Other advertisements not exceed- I t ing 8 lines, 3s. 6d., and 3d. each, additional a line, one-third rate only for subsequent nsertions. Reduced rates, by special ar- T rangeme'nt, for advertisements appearing j. three months and upwards. |. -^ ? ?— ? i PRICE ONE PENNY. i TXriLL be published^ Perth' EVERY W AFTERNOON, and forwarded to subscribers by the earliest convenience. Copies maybe had from the undermen tioned agents :— ^ j F# Fordl?ain. Fremantle ??? \ Mr. R. Birch. _ ..,„ , S. B. Devenish. Guildford ? Mr.R.Meares. , Newcastle ? & Throssoll. ( Northam ? Mr. Joseph Tyke, t ?°* ? ...' Mr. A. Rosseloty- E ^as!f ?' Mr...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. POSTAL MISMANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 13 March 1883

letters' to the' editor. POSTAL MISMANAGEMENT. ^ SiB.-^P^ax^lpwmefepaceinjyouE widely circujated newspaper to bring the, following instance of gross! postal mismanagement before the notice of both the authorities and of the public. I have been staying here on a visit frpm; Adelaide, and was confidently expect ing the arrival of some ' highly-important ?letters by the! last-intercolonial. mail; Well, ?by the first delivery which was made this morningj I,' duly received my usual bundle of newspapers, but—to my amazement — not a' single letter. Mdre than two hours afterwards- my budget of important letters was delivered to me, after the mail had closed, 'consequently I was; unable to reply to them. Comment on such a case is use less. -—Yours, &o. ? ? A TRAVELLER. ' Perth,, 12th March, »1883.;i i

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CITY POLICE NOTES. MONDAY. MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 13 March 1883

GITY POLICE lxNQTE8 . MONDAY. March 12. ,! PERTH.— Tommy Dower, a well-known nativje, pleaded guilty Tto having been drunk arid disorderly in- town. As it appeared he had work to ero to his WorshiD discharged mm with a caution to go back to his mas ter without delay, which Tommy gleefully promised to do at once. Mary Miller, an old-looking! woman, was fined 10s., or 14 days1! imprisonment in default, for the same offence. . *Johii 2?urns was discharged with a caution, as it was the first time he had been ; charged with drunkenness. John Rogers had another chance given him, on his promising to go back to his work. John Whitfield, for being drunk and incapable, was fined 5s., with the usual alternative of 7 days' incarceration. Michael Burton was charged with being drunk on the previous Sunday, and also with having been out after hours. He bore a bad character, his parchment record having been quite filled with the; notes of his various offences. For each offencehe was fined 10s. or 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 13 March 1883

T O - M O R,R O W . i CATALOGUE OF 1 ! . i r SALE OF VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD Ji . ; # ,: r FURNITURE, V , ;.; .; \ v.: ?? i At ihe- ioose' recently occupied - by Lord : | Gifford*S(t.',. George's Terrace, Perth. ^ ; ? . .-. ?--?[ .-??- ? BS§H TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY, '.) ~7~amBCH^i4;:i883. . ... SALE-1 . -AT' JSTddN-^EJStBlg - LIBERAL ?_? .;.? .?' — ; ? ;-o-; '^' '?-'?'? ????''-? ?-??'' GO U R T H O P'E & CO., : A TT C T ION E/E'B 8. \ ... : , DRAWING:. ROOM... . . ;; :. Lot— 1— Picture, Lake Windermere 2 — Do. Rydal .3 — Do. Keswick Lake i ' '4— Do.' Dog - ??.;?.? ?'?'.' -???..- 5— Do. English Girl ? V . 6— Do.. Irish Girl . ; /: : 7 — Do. Madonna and Child ? . 8 — 3 Cane-bottomed chairs : ? ? 9—4 -?'.'? do. do. do. 10—1 Card table . , , 11— 1 Clock. 12 — 1 Whatnot ? 13; — 1 Music; stand . '???.-???? 14 — 1 Mahogany table .???'?-?? ? 15— 1 Work table 16-fl Whatnot 17—1 Venetian blind 18—1 do. do. 19^-rl Pair net curtains, poles and rings 20—1 do.. do; do. 21—1 Fender . 22—1 Set fir...

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MEMORANDA FOR MARCH 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 13 March 1883

MEMOBANPA FOR MARCH 14. SuK: Rises, 6'0; sets, 6-18. ???? iMEobwi. 2fevr Moon, March 9, 0-15 p.m. ; sets, 9.56 p.m. High water, Gages Roads — evening, i2-ii. .'.-^ . ? ?- .'???'? ;???' - ??''?? ^ In our issue of the 1st of March the follow-, ing paragraph appeared under the heading, ' Police News' :—' George Spencer Comp- ton, the person who occupies the position of Clerk of the Court, was fined 10s., together with four shillings and sixpence costs, for having indulged in abusive language within the hearing of the public.' We need hardly say that there was no truth whatever, in this statement. Mr. Compton was not charged with nor fined for using abusive language ; but Mr. Compton charged a man named John Schroder with this offence, and Schroder was mulcted in the sum of 10s. and costs.. As we explained in our issue of the 2nd of March, this unfortunate mistake occurred through the carelessness of a compositor, who unluckily ' dropped ' a line of his copy. We very much regret the ann...

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The Daily News.TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 13 March 1883

TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1883. Many persons regarded with con siderable suspicion the statements we have lately published with refer ence to a large number of enormous sharks having been recently seen in   the Swan. Of course the public were fully aware that sharks are not unfrequently to be met with in     the river, but never before has it been reported that they were so numerous in number and so large in size. How ever, through the successful exertions of Messrs. H. Strickland, Seubert, and Mumme, the public have had such evidence afforded them of the fact we had so frequently mentioned that even those who had been previously the most incredulous have now seen reason to change their opinion. One peculiarity of behaviour these monsters indulge in is that they frequent the shallow reaches of the river, thus suggesting that they must be extremely hungry and are resolute ly seeking for food to fill their greedy maws in the most persistently deter mine...

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ARRIVAL OF THE R.M.S. AUSTRALIA. Albany, March 14 [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 March 1883

ARRIVAL OE THE R.M.S. AUSTRALIA. [By Elegtbio Telegraph.] From our Special Correspondent. AiiBANT, March 14. The R.M.S. Australia, bringing English mails — dates via Brindisi to Feb. 9 — arrived here at 6*15 this evening. The foU lowing are the passengers for this colony : Sisters Kelly, Byrne, Galone, and Cowlan, Miss Stewart, Miss DeCarae, Miss Read, Miss Dean, and the Rev. Mr. Neale.

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RECHABITE DISTRICT ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 March 1883

RECHABITE DISTRICT ANNIVERSARY. Yesterday afternoon the seventh anni versary of the formation of the Western Australian ? District of .Independent Order of-Reehabites; SiTL, was' celebrated with the usual ceremony.- Tbere was a very fair gathering of the members of the Order, about, eighty being in attendance, compris ing, besides delegates, a large number of the Fremantle ' Good Endeavour' tent and delegates from the 'Rose of York' tent. The Fremantle contingent arrived shortly after 4 o'clock and proceeded to the Hall of the Perth Working Men's Institute, in Wellington-street, where, after some formal preliminary business was disposed of, the Sons of Rechab were placed in processional order, wearing their regalia and headed by a. Band, and marched off through the principal streets of the city to various en livening strains, attracting considerable attention as they passed along. In the procession the juvenile members of the Perth ?' Sons of Hope' took the lead — ' smiling youth' o...

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