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Wheat.—This Year's Experience in South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

Wheat.-This Tear's Experience in South Australia. The Adelaide Observer in a leading article upon the above subject, as gathered from the jmínerous reports received from the farmers, in response to their solicitations, writes : " There is in certain quarters a determination to plough the land and sow early, and sow early ripening varieties ; but there ÍB an ob- jection to the bearded wheat because it fills the reaper quicker than the beardless wheat, and is a little more troublesome to clean ; but this surely can be endured if it is a fair rust-resisting wheat. If this bearded wheat were crossed with the Defiance or Scotch Wonder, a good rust-resisting variety might be secured with less beard. Early sowing is advocated by several of our correspondents, one of whom says the seed which he sowed in March the rust did not hurt, while that which he sowed in a later month was greatly affected. Another correspondent thus writes : -"Well-worked fallow sown with guano, salt, and bonedust, ha...

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Telegraphic News. London, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

LotíDOH, March 26. lu the Commons yesterday Mr. Os- . borne Morgan, Under Secretary for the Colonies, in reply to Mr. Henry Cobb, said that regarding the inten- tions of the Government respecting the conduct of Sir Arthur Gordon in as- persing the character of Mr. Bryce, action .was impossible whilst ßusden's appeal was pending. Lord Harrowby in the Lords gave notice ot a question respecting the . present position of negotiations with France en the subject of the New Hebrides, whether the Government intend to concede the demands of France. The Great Powers, with the excep- tion of Ruseia, have agreed to the pro- posal of the Italian Government that Prince Alexander ©f Bulgaria should be appointed Governor of Eastern JRoumelia for an indefinite period. LONJDOK, March 28. The consideration of the petition for winding up the Commercial Bauk C bas been deferred until June, pend- ing the settlement of the colonial af- fairs of the corporation. Meantime Mr. Pleydell, the London manager, w...

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The Garden. CULTIVATION OF PLANTS FOR SHOW PURPOSES. (contd.) STOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

J CULTIVATION OF PLANTS FOR ) : SHOW PURPOSES, (contd.) , í; BY HORTUS. \ ? STOCKS. Y ' I These like all other hardy annuals, mn '.'.V oe brought to perfection early in sprüi Unless this is done, the higher tempe ature of the early summer soon canses t flowers to fade and perish. To ha » ; .- stocks in full bloom in August, Septei ber and October, tuey must be sown ai , transplanted in monthly relays from MJ ; to August. They must have a rich sc and be grown without check to bril them to perfection. The young plan are best raised in shallow boxes, coverii the seed only slightly and protecting tl seedlings from excessive rain. If ke] too damp in the early stages, seedlinj are apt to perish from what is called tl color rot, which takes place just on ti y surface of the soil. As soon as the plan: ; are large enough to be handled the . . should be planted out in beds in a sunn situation about half a foot apart. Whe ; they commence to show buds, all taos ' plants with long narrow buds sh...

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THE HON. J. G. LEE STEEEE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

THE HON. J. G. LEE STEEEE. To THE BDITOB. SIB,-Some of the newspapers in the colo- ny allude to the fact of Mr. Steere's non-elec- tion as member of Council as a proof of un- fitness for public Bervice and state that this feeling prevails in the various country districts. We have not far to look for the why and wherefore) of suohremarksin certain papers. But say what they may, they cannot damage a man whose political and practical experi- ence of the legislative requirements of this; colony is valued by all respectable settlers, I may say, throughout the oolony. It was only because they were pinched for time, that the settlers of York and Beverley did not ask Mr. Steere to become a candidate for those districts. The time was so short that if Mr. Steere had refused there would have been no time left to requisition Mr. Harper who was the next in view. The York and Beverley Districts had long felt gratiude to Mr, Steere for coming to the front as he did in the matter of railway constru...

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DEATH OF SIR H. TAYLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

DEATH OF SIR H. TAYLOR, 1 -« SIE Henry Taylor, K.C.M.G-., D.C.L. dramatist and. essayist, whose death is, announced iu our telegrams today was a sou of George Taylor, Esq., of Witton Hall, Wittou-le-Wear, co. Durham, hy his marriage with Miss Eleanor Ashworth, and was boru at Middlebaw, co. Durham,iu 1800. He eutered the Colonial Office as assistant juuior clerk iu January 1824, and was promoted to be senior clerk a year later. He was made D.C.L. honoris causa at Oxford ; and in 1873 was created a Knight Commander of the Order of S.S. Michael and George iu recognition 1 of his long public services at the Colonial Office. He has written the following dramas : " Isaac Coiuuenus," " Philip Vau Artevelde," "Edwin the Fair," "A Sicilian Summer," and "St. Clement's Eve," published respectively in 1827, 1834, 1842, 1850, 1862. "The States- man," a book containing views and max- ims respecting the transaction o£ public business, whick had been suggested to tho author, as he himself declares...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

JOHN M'CIIEBT, HAS ON SALE ALE AND STOUT Messrs. William Younger & Co/s Hlids. and Kilderkins. BEANDY All favourite brands, Dark and-Pale, qr. casks and cases. BITTERS- i Angostura, Hop, Orange. CLARET Case, quarts, and pints-very superior CHAMPAGNES- ; Case, quarts, and pints, favourite i brands ; Champagne Cider. I CORDIALS- j Peppermint, Lemon, Syrup, Cloves Raspberry Vinegar, Lime Juice Cordial, Lime Juice. GENEVA J D K Z 4 gallon eases. GIN-OLD TOM Burnett's, BoofcL's, and Gordon's, in case. Gordon's, octaves and quarter casks. SUM Lemon Hart, and Lamb's Imperial octaves and quarter casks. j Lamb's Imperial-very superior quart- , er casks. i Royal Blend, Lamb's Imperial, and ' Navy and Liqueur, case. WINES Ginger Wine, case. Port, quarter casks-very superior. ! Pert, case-Hunt's and various brands, j Sherry, quarter casks-Pale Dry. Sherry, case. White Seal, Pale Dry,&c. , Claret. Moselle.'.Hocks, Sauternes, and Burgundy. WHISKY Dunville's, Crawford's, Glenlusa. ...

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Our Novel. A STERN CHASE. A STOEY IN THREE PARTS. "A stern chase is a long chase" THE SECOND PART. CHAPTEE VIII. AN INTRUDING FOOTSTEP. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

_8Mfi A SUM CHASE. -» A STOEY IN THREE PARTS. BY MBS. CASHEL-HOEY. " A stern chase is a long chase " THE SECOND PAET. CHAPTEE Yin. AN INTRUDING FOOTSTEP. An air of mild and modest revelry was abroad in Little (/houghton. The occasion was a fête in honour of the marriage of one of the daughters of a many-acred squire in the neighbour- hood, and the festivities 'were of a1 comprehensive kind, including dinner in the barn for all the old people of the parish, and tea on the lawn for all the school-children. The wedding, which had taken place the day before, had caused a great stir; for Miss Lucy Middleton, the bride, was well» known to all the humbler dwellers in the place as the best young lady any- where, and "real friendly wi' poor folk," and the bridegroom was the eldest son of the chief magnate of the district, the Earl of Croome, a person- age whose title and wealth inspired reverence which he but rarely subject- ed to the test of personal observation. The heir was to bring his b...

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[?] A WOMAN DIE WILL SHE LIVE AGAIN? AN AGNOSTIC LOVEE'S STRANGE STUDY IN PYSCHOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

IF A WOMAN DIE WILL SHE LIVE AGAIN?   AN AGNOSTIC LOVER'S STRANGE STUDY IN PYSCHOLOGY. Late one night in June two men, a medical student and a young lawyer, sat discussing more things than Hor- atio dreamed of his philosophy. "Can you think," said Graham, the   young lawyer, " that there is absolute- ly no existance of any vital principle apart from the physical functions that stop with death. I will never believe that there is not something behind that—the something that looks out of the eyes—that intangible, incom- prehensible something; that 'I' or that 'you' which only uses human   eyes or voice to express itself." " All that has been discovered to be nothing but a combination more or less complicated of brain cells," re- turned Fielding, the student. " If you had gone into that sort of thing as I have, you would see that it is all re- ducible to matter. A few more steps and there will be no question of spirit even for such idealists as you...

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A LADY'S LONDON GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

A LÄDT'S LONDON GOSSIP. ? ? -:-?- - Coming oat of a brilliant pantomine scene at half-past five, the other evening, we en- countered bands of roughlöoking men, and found the streets in an uneasy condition j but if the police authorities have learnt the lesson of " Beady, aye ready " from the events of last week, no one-scarcely the sufferers themselves-need regret the outrages that oc- curred. We are now on our guard against the result of demonstations,-a growing evil, -and, but for this timely warning, some night the East end, in all its unreasoning rage and squalor, withits elements of latent bruta- lity, would have rushed on the more favoured Western districts, and a sack would have been the result. The ono resistless weapon in the hands of the oppressed is " agitation." It enforces attention to wrong, and stirs the powers to redress. Already the relief fund of tho Mansion House nears ¿30,000, which money will go to thoBe whose hands never yet did an honest stroke. The deoent poo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

%? *HE AUSTRALASIAN MUTUAL LIVE STOCK INSURANCE SOCIETY LIMITED. CAPITAL . . . £100,000. PRINCIPAL OFFICE: VICTORIA CHAMBERS, 59 QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE. DIRECTORS: JOHN L. DOW, Esq., M.P., MIDDLE BEIGHTOK, {Chairman.) THOMAS LEARMOUTH, Esq., ARDOCH TOWER, ESSENDON. HON. J. F. LEVIEN, M.P., DRYSDALE. OBJECTS: fllHIS SOCIETY, which is now incorpor. JL ated, is established to protect the Owners of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, and Dogs, against loss by reason of their death from any cause. Agents, Western, Australia : Messrs. Forrest & Angove. The Society affords to Stockowners the opportunity of iusuring against loss through : the death of their Stock, cither from natur ? .al causes or by accident, and at the same £ time it offers to Capitalists security for in ' vestment ia a class of property which here- tofore has been subject to great risk. Morses, ' V Entires or Brood Mares will be ensured to mn extent not exceeding two-thirds of their value, as assessed by the Society's*...

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FASHIONS AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

FASHIONS AHEAD. The Queen, for February in some notes on the coming fashions, states that there are one or two colours which are now, though they may not appear so at the first glance, but compare them with any that have preceded them, and the difference is at once apparent. For example, Eucalyptus-a light and tender sea-green; it is soft and becoming to the skin ; and Tyrol, a beige with a tone of terra-cotta in it. The tan shades are lighter, especially when applied to gloves. This is rather bad news for those who are economically inclined, for they soil more quickly than the brown tint of tan. The fashionable shade is rather a combination of tan and fawn. Tho first new bonnets will be almost all black ones, but as the season advances there will be three tones of brownish beige, all with a decide gold tinge, and these will super cede the greys of last year. The coarse make of straw is to find more favour than any other, but the variety is great. Bonnets will have either no strings...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

MORRISON & CROSSLAND! LATE JAMES MORRISON, (ESTABLISHED, 1870.) «Land, Stock, and Station Agents, Li- censed Surveyors and Auctioneers. W.A. Land Exchange, B'rrock-street, Perth. THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1886 112TH FORTNIGHTLY SAXE. Wfibhall sell at the Guildford Sale Yards on the abcve date common -oing at 2.15 p.m. after arrival of mid-day train in lots to suit purchasers - Fat Cattle (H. Brockman) .and other stock. MORRISON & CROSSLAND, _Stock and Station agents._ DARLINGTON VINEYARDT THE above well-known Property, belonging to A. R. WAYLEN Esq., M D., consists of 150 ACRES OF FREEHOLD LAND, being amongst the first selections made along the EASTERN DISTRICTS RAILWAY LINE, «nd specially selected for vine growing by the owner. The improvements consist of :24 ACRES PLANTED WITH. CHOICE VINES, .3-roomed Cottage, Stable, and 30-acre paddock jfenced with sheep-proof fence, of which 4 acres .are cleared. The vineyard has been thoroughly cleared, «nd is feneed with WIRE NETTING...

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WEST AUSTRALIAN TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

WEST AUSTRALIAN TURFÄH». j . -----'. ' 'i fi I PATRON-His Excellency the Governor, Frederick Napier Broome, K.O.M.G. STEWARDS-Dr» Waylen, Messrs. John ] rest, Alex. Forrest, Thomas Burges, F. Eliot, W. E. Marmion, M. Bro STARTER-E.-T. Hooley. CLERK OP : COURSE-George Parker. JUDGE-J. Roe. HANDICAPPER-W. B. Mitchell. The Autumn Race meeting of the ah Club" will take place on Tuesday, the 1; April, 1886, when the following races i be run : 1. -MAIDEN PLATE, £30. To Btart noou. Open to all horses that have ne1 wop an advertised race (backs excepted) tbeW. A. Turf Club Course, or .-.on a «ourse beyond the limits of the Colo] Entrance, ¿SI 10s; weights for age. Distal 1J miles. 2. -LADIES' BRACELET, Handicap. 1 «tart at 12 30. For a Bracelet valued guineas. Horses to be nominated by Ladi and ridden , by members of the Club on] Minimum weight, 9st.~61bs. Nominatic 10s., acceptances, 10s., and entrance A Distance H miles. - 3. -AUTUMN HANDICAP, ¿£40, with «weep of J¡2 each added. To start ...

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Shipping. ARRIVALS—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

AREIVALS-FREMANTLE. March 27th, s.s. FRANKLIN, 700 tons, Tbos, E. Creer. Left Melbourne 16thMaroh, Port Adelaide 20th March, via Albany 24th and 25th March, Vasse and Bunbury 26th March. Passengers-Saloon:-From Mel- bourne : Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Darlot, Miss Manning, Mrs. E. Lawes, Mosers. H. T. Dar- lot, W. Anketell, R. E. BuBh, L. Hirsohn, L. H. Birch, E. J. Taylor, J. H. Palmer, A. B. Bennett, and 7 in steerage ; From Port Ade- laide : Mr. and Mrs. Von Bibra, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cooner, Mr. and Mrs. Jes, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Toplis, Mrs. Morrell, Miss Lilly, Miss Dyer, Miss Elphinstone, Miss Cottrell, Messrs. C. A. Wylie, G. Richardson, J. F. Schramm, C. H. Hammond, T. Topham, A. McDonald. C. S. Forbes. C. Barr, W. Ray, A. Fisher, and 40 in steerage ; From Albany : Mrs. Payne, Mrs. Norman, Master Mitchell ; From Vasse : Mrs. Banditz, J. Mahony, F. Carter, and 4 in steerage ; From Bunbury : Mrs. Waldron and 2 children, Mrs. E. H. Lawrence, Mrs. Blinco and son, Miss Bull, Mr. E. M. Clarke,...

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CONTENTS. No. 16, Vol. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

>.] ' - ---?? -?- -? ;V:: ?;' CONTENTS. No. 16, Toi. 1. .« STHE NOVELIST "< AStern Chase: By Mrs, lasbel Hoey. Part II, Chap. VIH. ... S¡ NBNBBAL NEWS " Perth' Police Court-Death of Arch bishop Trenoh-Death of Sir H. Taylor-Newcastle Notes Emigrants for Western Australia Fremantle Local Court. Mauritius News - Notes from Northam-New Zealand Emigra- tion and Immigration B,eturns ... - The new Geraldton E.M.-The Í . Irish " Incorruptibles " - Perth Police Court - The Crawford Divorce Case-Immigration to Western Australia - Drowning Accident in the Swan . 1 Thoroughbreds for Western AUB. tralia . 1 Notes from Eticup. 1 ' The Supreme Court Criminal Sit- tings-The Bible in Schools ... 1 ¿Perth Literary Sooiejy - Marian Willis Dramatic Company-De '*?. parture of the s.s. Albany-Perth Fire Brigade-Tho Resignation of the Attorney-General. 2 TBS LADIES' PAGE (By " Housewife ") . The Kitchen-Housework-Receipts -Fashions Ahead-Work Table -Scraps: The Shape of a Tea ' J . pot-A Se...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

Births, Deaths, and Marriages are in-   serted at a uniform charge of 2s. 6d. ; three insertions 5s. MARRIAGE. BROWNING-CUMMING.-On the 29th inst at Hawthorn, Victoria, JAMES BROWN- ING Esq., Uranaway, New South Wales, to MARY, only surviving daughter of ALEXANDER CUMMING, Esq. Perth.  

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APRIL. 30 DAYS. SUN [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

A P B IL. 30 DAYB. SUN Bises Sets. Tb 1 AllFooUDay 6 ll 5 49 F 2 12 48 S3 13 47 S 4 Fourth Sunday in Lent New Moon 48 12 M 5 14 46 Tu 6 Murray Loeol Court IS 45 W 7 Supreme CWorim.)-Wil- liams Local Ct-Roe- bourne Qr Sessions 16 44 Th 8 Northam, York, and Bus- selton Local CourtB 17 43 F 9 18 42 S 10 1st Qr Meon-Last day Applications Electoral Lists 19 41 S ll Fifth Sunday in Lent 19 41 M 12 20 40 Tu 18 WAT Club Braces-Bun- bury. Geraldton, and Newcastle Local Cour ts 21 39 W 14 Albany Local Court 22 38 Th 15 23 37 F 16 Northampton Local Court 24 36 S 17 25 35 S 18 Palm Sunday 26 34 M 19 27 23 Tu20 28 321 W 21 Beverley Races 29 31 ! Th 22 30 30 i F 23 Goo» FBIDAT-st George 31 29 S 24 Easter Eve 32 23 S 25 EASTER DAT-st Mark 6 54 M 26 LastQr. Moon-Fremantle Local Court-York Ros 34 27 Tu 27 Guildford Local Court Civil Sittings Supreme Court-York RaceB 31 26 W 28 Greenough and Kojonup Local Court 35 24 Th 29 Perth Local Court 35 84 F 30 37 23

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WEEKLY COMMERCIAL REPORT. PERTH WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. 2nd April, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

WEEKLY COMMERCIAL REPORT. PERTH WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. 2nd April, 1886. No special feature bas marked oar com- mercial transactions during: the past week, except the persistency with which large parcels of merchandize are offered at public auction "without reserve." Wholesale honses find this course of operations work seriously against their interests, and prices of moat imported goods are at present in a state of derangement. The few large lines of goods that are quitted change hands at rates very close to cost ; consequently importers ¡ are holding their hands sooner than indent for parcels that muy have to be placed with« j out profit. We have grounds fer stating that the present stocks of many articles of everyday consumption are not equal to the j probable demands upon them during the next few months. This assertion (in the absence of any statistics from the Cnstoms' depart- ment) can only be of tho nature of a surmise, but weare informed that the reluctance dur* ing the las...

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A LONDON LETTER. FROM AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT. LONDON, 17 Feb., 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

? . JL LQNÏÏÔN " .-. JTBOH AN OCCASIONAL COEBESPONDENT. LONDON, 17 Feb., 1886. The most wonderful news of moder times is thc extraordinary voyage of th smack Columbine. This smack left Shetland port, having on board one pas »enger, an elderly woman, a captain, am two seamen. The captain was washe overboard, and the sailors left the smacl and went in search of the captain in th only small boat they had. Finding it impos siblo to seo any signs of the captain, the; were about to return to the smack whei to their surprise they found tha it was beyond their reach and wa sailing seawards. The passenger was ii bad health, and was going thee for med ïcal adrice to one ot the other islands The sailors ou reaching the laud reportée their dreadful story, aud steamers wer« despatched to capture the wandering CoUimbitie. A fearful storm came on and it was believod the Columbine bat gone down. After eight days tossing about, the smack was observed approach ing the Norway coast, and immediately i ...

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MAY OWEN'S HUSBAND. FROM STORIES IN BLACK AND WHITE [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 3 April 1886

. MAY OWEN'S HUSBAND. ¿FB.02I STOEIES Iff BLACK AND "WHITE BY O. E. BIMS. I " What do they say to day ? Tel me, I can bear it." A young woman of seven or eigh and twenty, still pretty, thougl trouble had left its mark upon hei .features, looks up from the pillow ot which her weary head rests, and asks the question eagerly of the motherly .old soul, her landlady, who has just -returued from a visit to a Londot .^hospital. ' For a moment May Owen's land- lady hesitates. The poor young creature has not yet recovered the shock of the terrible night when a stranger came to hei 'with the news that her husband had been terribly injured by an accident al ?tbe work where he was employed and »had been taken to the hospital. But May Owen read the answer in u ~the woman's face. "He is worse," she said. "Tell -me ; do they say there is any hope 'i " The old lady shook her head sor- rowfully. " They say, my dear, that he won't dive through the night." The landlady had expected a flood ?of tears, ...

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