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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

Trade Addresses. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!!! -o Watts ' ' On the Mind," is a work of great importance, but " What's on the Feet" is ofigreater. BOOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS!!! Just Arrived. WINTER BOOTS WINTER BOOTS! WINTER bOOTS! WINTER BOOTS! WINTER BOOTS ! WINTER BOOTS! WINTER BOOTS ! WINTER BOOTS! WINTER BOOTS! WINTER BOOTS ! WINTER BOOTS ! WINTER BOOTS! WINTER BOOTS! WINTER BOOTS ! WINTER BOOTS! WINTER BOOTS! WINTER BOOTS! WINTER BOOTS! OP EVERT DESCRIPTION. OP EVERY DESCRIPTION. OP EVERT DESCRIPTION. OP EVERT DESCRIPTION. OP EVERT DESCRIPTION. OP EVERT DESCRIPTION. TO SUIT ALL CLASSES. TO SUIT ALL CLASSES. TO SUIT ALL CLASSES. TO SUIT ALL CLASSES. TO SUIT ALL CLASSES. TO SUIT ALL CLASSES. The undersigned beg to announce that tbey have just received a LARGE and VABIED ship- ment of Ladies', Gents', and Childrens' Boots, suitable for the Winter Season, combining the qualities of EASE, ELEGANCE, and COMFORT. -¿-o T. & S. beg to state for the information of the public gen...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

Northam Temperance Hall Bushmans Home. A BAZAAR of useful and fancy articles will be held in the Temperance Hall, Northam, on TUESDAY, November 2. Proceeds will be devoted to the payment of the debt upon the building. Contributions will be thankfully received. CAROLINE CLIFTON, Hon. Secretary. Northam, Oct. 4. PUBLIC LIBRARY of VICTORIA. The Trustees invite applications for the post of LIBRARIAN, who must have a knowledge of bibliography, possess the power of organisation and maintaining dis- cipline, as well as be acquainted with ancient literature, and with the chief modern European languages. l'or particulars respecting salary and duties, apply to the Secretary, to whom copks (not original documents) of testimo- nials and references as to qualifications must be sent in before the 1st November 1880. ROBERT CURTIS, Secretary. Public Library, Melbourne, Sept., 1880. Swan River Mechanics Institute. rpHE usual Quarterly Meeting will be -*. held in the Reading Room on MON- DAY, 11th in...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

Ex BE LEMA MENA, Mm^^ ^ JXJST REGE1IVMD, 1ST O 3A7" ; O 1ST 37" I E¡ AT THE STORE OF r;¡¿ ?.!..< ;: ai .l.«:..ÍS: :. :0'.Ttí **5i: lüf HAf BTREET, PERTH. 4 EASGE and well-selected Stock of NEW SEASON'S GOODS, comprising every A. novelWin LADIES' DRESSES, COSTUMES, MILLINERY, DRAPERY, and OTHERGOODS. ; 7> _f This immense Consignment being entirely New, and of the very Latest Fashion, will well repay a visit of inspection. :u... tii-ij: w: ^ INSPECTION INVITED: i Perth, October 4th, 1880. *-. ^

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

VESSELS IN HARBOR. Signal, barque, loading at Rockingham, Carter   & Co., agents. Sarah Ann, barque, loading at Rockingham; Jarrahdale Timber Co., Agents. Armistice barque, loading at Rockingham; Jarrahdale Timber Co., agents. Charlotte Padbury, discharging ; Carter & Co., agents. Helena Mena, discharging ; O. Shenton, agent. Sarah Bunyeat, barque, at Careening Bay. Lilly & Co., agents.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

Valuable Freehold Properties in. and near Perth. FOR SALE BT PRIVATE CONTRACT. THE undersigned is prepared to receive offers for the purchase of any of the following properties by private contract : Perth Building Lot W 5, Beaufort and Stirling Streets. Perth Suburban Lots 41,42,45, and 46, containing about 15 acres, at Claisebrook, with a good cottage and buildings thereon, occupied by John Marriott, all cleared undi fenced. Perth Town Lots 33, 34, 35, 36, and 37, Brown Street, with cottages thereon. Perth Suburban Lot 38, containing nearly four acres, with cottage and buildings there- on, situate on the old Guildford Road. Thirteen - Building Allotments, being parts of Perth Suburban Lots 17, 57, and 58, with capital frontages to Charles Street, Duke Street, Newcastle Street, and Wan- neroo Road. Cottage and swamp garden, well planted with orange and fruit trees, with piggeries and outbuildings, and small paddock, con- taining altogether about 2\ acres ; near, the Perth Tannery, o...

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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ALBANY, Oct. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ALBANY, Oct. 9. The P. & O. steamer Assam, from the Eastern Colonies arrived at 5 p.m. Passengers-Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Dickson, Mrs. Vanzuilecom and two children, Mr. Jas. Percency, and Mr. Jas. Hazael.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

Intimations. THE UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA ESTABWSMD 1837.] IJIJLVHT JEZJXD. [ISCOBFOBATSI) 1880. Paid-up Capital, £1,500,000; Reserve} Funds £816,500 ; together . . ) £2'B16*500 Reserve Liability of Proprietors . 3,000,000 Total Capital and Reserve Funds £5.316,500 WESTERN AUSTRALIA. BRANCHES opened at Perth (with Agency at Guildford), York, Albany, Geraldton, and Fremantle. J. T. HENNY, Manager at Berth. October 1st.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

T>UIÍBJJB,X,JAEEAH TIMBER COM. J5 PANY (Liinitted.) Wanted, a competent ENGINEEK, to erect a savrmiH. Apply to, ' THOS. E. SPENCER. Bunbury, October.5, 8880.*

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FARM AND STATION. WOOL GROWING AND MERINO BREEDING [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

ÏAMI- MB SfkTfflL I WOOL GROWING AND MERINO BREEDING BY MB. J. S. H. SMIDT. In the two preceding lectores I have tried to explain the rational principles which we have to follow^ in attempting to improve the qualities of our domestic animals. My remarks referred chiefly to the principles of inheritance, to in-breeding and «rossing, and I gave a number of instances which showed how far we may utilise the ex- perience of others. The examples I mentioned applied to domestic animals generally speaking, and I shall now proceed in giving yon a short description of the several races of sheep and their comparative merits as wool producing animals. Before going on I have to draw your attention to the fact that sheep and goats belong to separate species, particularly as there exists between them a difference of sufficient importance to entitle a wool-grower to make a strict distinction. Goats throw off their coat regularly every year ; sheep, on the contrary, produce fleeces that continue to ...

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SHIPPING NEWS ARRIVALS FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

SIÏPHNG NEWS ARRIVALS FREMANTLE. Oct. 7.-DANIA, cutter, 25 tons, T. Johnson, from Vasse via Lockeville. Cargo-15 loads timber, E. Higham ; 8 kegs butter, N. Waldeck. 7.-MINNIE, schooner, 38 tons, R. 6. Johns, from Dongarra. Cargo-271 bags wheat, T. W. Oakley ; 100 bags barley, 10 hides, Pearse Bros. ; 2 sacks wheat, E. Troode ; 6 do. P. Webster. DEPARTURES. Oct. 9.-LAUGHING WAVE, brig, 161 tons, J. Godfrey, for Port Louis, Mauritius. Cargo-50 horses, 9J casks tallow, 378' bags flour. Value, with fodder, £986. Passengers J. McPherson, and 1 native.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

o PS SUMMER GOODS!! _ t^t->v. SUMMER GOODS, Ex Charlotte Padbury. JUST RECEIVED AND NOW ON SALE AT || NORFOLK HOUSE, WILUAM STREET. FREMANTLE. O A LARGE Assortment of Summer Goods, especially I^H ."? selected for this Market, and comprising ^ l$g* EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY. . At Prices to suit aU Purchasers. ALSO,-The finest C-l and best selected GROCERIES ever offered in Fremantle. T. & H. CARTER & CO. Fremantle, 8th October, 1880. SUMMER GOODS!!

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BRITISH AND FOREIGN. [ASSOCIATED PRESS.) THE PORTE AND THE EASTERN DIFFICULTY. LONDON, Oct. 7. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

TEIEgftOÄ NEW BRITISH AND FOREIGN. [ASSOCIATED PBESS.) THE POETE AlfDTHE EASTEEX DIEFICULTT. LOSDOX, Oct. 7. The indignation which has been excited by the proposals of the Porte for the set- tlement of the Eastern difficulty continues unabated, and the Continental Press unites with that of England in commenting severe- ly upon the audacity of the Turkish Gov- ernment in proposing to the Great Powers the conditions telegraphed on the 5th inst. (namely, the immediate cession of Dulciguo to the Montenegrins providing the settle- ment of the Greco-Armenian questions in dispute is postponed for two or three months.) Prance especially has expressed great resentment against Turkey, and the leading French journals urge that prompt and combined action be taken to enforce the decisions of the Berlin Conference in their integrity. . BLOCKADE OF TURKISH PORTS SUGGESTED. LoKKob, Oct. 8. Up to the present time no definite course of action has been decided upon by the British Government in referen...

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OUR FREMANTLE CORRESPONDENT REPLIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

OUR FREMANTLE CORRESPONDENT REPLIES. : To THE EDITOB OF THE WIST AOSTEALIAK. I SIB,-I notice that Dr. Elliott, a gentleman very much respected here for his successful treat- ment of all the ills that flesh is heir to, has taken exception to my remarks which appeared ina recent issue of your report in reference to the road over which the Eastern Railway passes at a point near what is termed the Half-way House. Instead of writing as I did, perhaps I should have said that an effort had been made, by diverging the road at an obtuse angle, to cause the parallels intersecting it at an oblique angle, near DaveVa public house, to intersect it at right angles, ín I stead. But the abrupt turn which the obtuse angled-triangle gave to the road, rendered the passing over the parallel lines at right angles most dangerous to equestrians and vehicles. When I first perused Dr. Elliott's letter, I thought, 'Why, this gentleman has a cause of action against me for spoiling the prospects of a good busi...

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MISCELLANEOUS GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

MISCELLANEOUS GOSSIP. By means of on improved telephone the Ade- laide post office chimes have been clearly heard at Port Augusta, a distance of 240 miles. The quickest trip by rail from Sydney to Melbourne was made on the occasion of Sir Hercules Robinson's visit last month. It took 22| hours. A Hobart Town paper says : " Tasmania has not a monopoly of model legislators-there is a Crowther in the Western Australian Parlia- ment." There's a story current in Melbourne to the effect that Joe Thompson has laid Branch 100 to 1 in hundreds that Ned Kelly will not be hanged. The salary which Mr. John Morley, editor of the Fortnightly Sevieto, gets for editing the Pall Mall Gazette, is £2,000 a year. Mr. Thomas Spurgeon, son of the famous London preacher, is again in Sydney, and may probably make his home in Australia. In Memphis, Tennesee, boys under twenty cannot drink liquors or play billiards without showing a written permit from their parents to the saloon-keepers. How would that do f...

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Supreme Court-Criminal Sittings. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice and Common Juries.) THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7. The Court re-assembled at 10 a.m. STEANLING SANDALWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

Supreme Court-Criminal Sittings. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice and\ Common Juries.) THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7. The Court re-assembled at 10 a.m. . STEALIX» SA¡SD*IWOOD. Î.Î_ JOHN DOKAN, on bail, answered to his recog- nizances and pleaded not guilty to an indictment charging him with the larceny of sandalwood, the property of Mr. Michael Smith. Mr. Howelliappearéd for the prisoner. The Attorney General, in opening the case for the Crown, said it was a very simple one. For some time past, the prisoner had been en- gaged in cutting sandalwood for the prosecutor, -whether as his servant or contractor was utterly immaterial to the present issue. There were some other persons also employed m cut- ting wood in the same vicinity, and as there was some suspicion entertained that the wood was getting mixed, the prosecutor told the prisoner to buy the other party's wood for the prosecu- tor, which he did. The prisoner, however, subsequently sold this wood to another person. Hence the present ...

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OUR PUBLIC MORALITY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

OUR PUBLIC MORALITY. To rat Ennos or THE WEST Avsmmuaif. SIR,-The statement and the statistics which you gave ia your last issue bearing upon the state of our public morality as compared with that of our neighbours, will no doubt have astonished and annoyed very many. I must confess that she very natural and desirable love of country wbieh meat of tt^'possess, niasse the publication of sac« facts tobe particularly disagreeable, and wen it ant that they ara perfectly well known outride and have frequently been commented upon by the press in oar nfqtqponring colonies when the yearly statistics are pat forward, I should have questioned whether to rake the subject np would serve any really use- ful purpose. It has, however, always seemed to me very strange that, although correct information is is accessible to us as to others, we West Austra- liana should be'the only people utterly ignorant of the truth ia regard to ourselves, and firmly per sanded that we are the- moat moral people on ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

OÄ& ESÍ m © EME No Aotio* can be taken of anonymous communications ?Every letter mast be accompanied b» the sane and ad. drewot the writer, not necessarily for publication, but M a ai«tjsu«its# of good faith. We to aU easts «Ians the right to abbreviate er correct Valsas aooompaniad by a stamped envelope, we cannot guárante« the return of declined atSS. Cerreapondenta who persist in writing- on both sides of ta« paper, ' in violation of our rule, cannot etpect their com. mualoatioas to be published.

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A CONTRADICTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

A CONTRADICTION. To THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. Sir,-Will you allow me through the columns of your valuable journal to correct a statement which appeared in. your contemporary the In- quirer of the 29th ult, announcing that "a cricket match is arranged to come off between the New Norcia team and eighteen of the North Victoria Plains Club." No such challenge has passed between the clubs mentioned» and there- fore the intention of each to win is a myth. But in the event of such a match taking place, the North Victoria Plains Club would do their best, despite their exhausted condition in the shearing sheds.' Yours truly ALFRED J. CLINCH, Captain of the North'Victoria Plains Cricket Club. Berkshire Valley, 8th October, 1880.

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THE PUBLIC RECERATION GROUND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

THE PÜBUC KECEEATION GROUND. - To vam? Euro* or THE Wa» AÜSTBAUIX. 8m,-*-lJam as satirión-atony one to se* tit« new recreate ground utilisedae>eneaaa poesihie» bat should bo sorry to see eome of ti» .?ggeetion« late- ly pat forward in the West ÀMstrdUamvf "A Chip off the Old Block" adopted, which if carried into effect would tend to take away from the citi- zens the small piece of ground they at present pos- sess, and place it iu the hands of a favored few. Had we the large grants of land they have in some of the other colonies, we might adopt a plan which has been found to work very well of issuing to clubs "permits" to playón certain portions of ground, such permits to remain in force during the season and to be revocable at the will of the connel'* In Adelaide, for instance, several clubs have such permits ; but there the corporation possesses some two hundred acres of park lands, ana such conces- sions do not in any way interfere-with the recrea- tion of others. But here H ki...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 October 1880

For Sale or to Let. For Sale, by Private Contract, A FIRST CLASS-HOMESTEAD, situ Ü.' ated at Nunyle,. Toodyay, being " AVON LOCATION, NOB. 900, 901," con« taining 200 acres in fee simple, and 100 acres special occupation lease, No. 1402 ; together with a good substantial 7-room Cottage thereon, Hay Shed, Ac. Also a permanent well of water, and kitchen gar« den. The whole of the above land is fenced with a good substantial fence. About 140 acres are cleared and under cultiva- tion, with hay and wheal crops. If pur chased at once, the crops will be sold with it. Terms and all particulars can be had on application to Mr. JOHN NOBLE, on the premises ; or to Mr. C. S. MONGER, Newcastle. Agency Office, Newcastle, 18th August. FOB SALE. ABOUT 147,000 acres of well-watered salt bush, and open grassy country, situated on the Sandford and Joallie Rivers, in the Murchison and Talleyring district, about 200 miles from Champion Bay. Sev- eral wells on this run, capable of watering from 2,000 to ...

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