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FURTHER PARTICULARS. FREMANTLE. March 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

FURTHER. PARTICULARS. [From our- Special Reporter.] Fkemanti.e. March 22. Much excitement was caused here this morning on the arrival of the Harbor Mas ter's boat from Rottnest, when it was re ported that the Macedon had erone on to a reef off the island.1 The steamer left Fre mantle afc 4 pjn, yesterday, having on board the Assistant Colonial Secretary, the Police Magistrate, and the Comptroller General, all of whom were to be landed on Rottnest Island by the steamer, and for ;his purpose the Harbor Master's boat kept in tow. It was dark on nearing the island, and almost irninrediately after the Harbor Master's boat had left the steamer with those gentlemen named she struck the nasty danger known as the Transit Reef, where she remains-. It is conjectured that she must be ' hard on,' and that from her rolling so much she must have a good deal of water in her. Six lighters, viz., the Will Watch, Myth, Two Sons, Evelyn Mary, Amy, and other boats have gone off to assist in landing the ...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

\THERE will be no issue of the DAILY, NF\VS on ? Easter', Monday. Advertisers should therej 'ore take adyantagej of linsjerting their notices' in 'tfafarday' s issue.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE S.S. MACEDON. DEPARTURE OF THE S.S. MACEDON FOR THE NORTH AND HER SUBSEQUENT STRANDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

THE $.£. MACEDON. DEPARTURE OF -THE S. S. MACEDON FOR THE NORTH' AND HER -SUBSEQUENT STRANDING. The steamship Macedon, Capt. John Craig,' with a full cargo including a large quantity of Government stores and fifty horses, besides about fifty passengers, left the South Jetty, Fremantle, for Beagle Bay, via Geraldton, Sharks Bay, and Port Walcott, punctually at four o'clock yester day afternoon. Among her passengers were the Hon. John Forrest, C.M.G., Surveyor General and Commissioner of Crown Lands, who . is proceeding to Beagle Bay for the purpose of directing the initiation of the survey of the Kimberley district, under Mr. Brooking, who contemplates that the work ?will occupy about eight months ; Mr. HI. F. Johnston goes as second in command, and Messrs. Welsh and Turton -will be in charge of separate parties. A large concourse of spectators- ir-fead assembled on the wharf to witness, the departure of the fine ship and her valuable and interesting freight— interesting more especia...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Daily News. THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1883. Among the passengers by the R.M.S.' ITizain, . ^which arrived, at Albany yesterday, are two gentlemen from Queensland who 'will be heartily welcomed by many old friends: in this Colony, We allude to Messrs. Augustus and Frank Gregory, whose father (Lieut. Q-regory, E.N.,) and mother were among the first, to take up.. their abode in Perth. Both these gentlemen, as surveyors . in lithe -employment of the Government, did- good service in their time .for Western Australia, and it would, seem most fitting that during their brief stay among us- we should in some public manner show that we 'still appreciate those' 'tferviceS. ': It will. Ibe ;remembered : that Mr.' Prank ? Gregory headed the first expedition'1 to; examine, .what is .now known.! as; the ' ' North- west district, which .has . added so . much to our wealth and. ??popularity; they were also the first to examine the Victoria, Murchisbn, 'and Gascoyne districts, and to, them is given the credit of havin...

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ARRIVAL OF THE R.M.S. NIZAM. ALBANY, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

ARRIVAL OF THE R.M.S. NIZAM. [Br Elkctric Telegraph'.] ? From our Special Correspondents Albany:, March 21. The R.M.S. Nizam, with homeward mails fronrthe' Eastern'colonies — Sydney dates to Mar. 8, Melbourne Mar. 15, and Adelaide Mar. 17— arrived here at 10*45 o'clock this morning. The following are her passengers for this colony : — Miss Toll, Messrs. Aitken, McKellar, A. ;C. Gregory, F. T. Grego'rv, H. K. Toll, Lonsdale, King, Sandover,!H. B. Lefroy, E. Shenton, E. Wittenoom, Thorne, and Marshall. .. ., .,

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CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

CABLE' TELEGRAMS. 4 YABSOCIATBD PRESS' TBtrEO-RAMS. ) . JiiQNDQF, March. 18. The attempt to murder La-2y Florence Dixie occurred in her own. grounds. 5er stay-busks turned the points of tbe weapons -^knives — used by her assailants. During thejstruggle, in which her hands were cut, sbei swooned.' Her. ladyship was accom panied by a St. Bernard dog, who attached nerj would-be assassins and saved his mis tress's life. I*ady Florence recently de nounced .the Secretary of the Land League for ( not accounting for the funds of the League. ' It is supposed that this prompted the outrage. The police have obtained a clue; to the culprits'. . Marchl9. Byrne, the Secretary of the 'National ILeague, is now in America, and has resign ed office. ? * . J The Lepanto, an /Italian ironclad of the ?first class and the most powerful vessel of war afloat, with armo\ir-plating thirty-six inches thick, and mounting four onehun dred: ton Armstrong giuns, is now ready for launching. There ha3 been a seriou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

CABLE TELEGRAMS. (associated press tecbobams. ) : LONDON. March 18. The attempt to murder Lady Florence Dixie occurred in her own grounds. Her stay-busks turned the points of the weapons — knives— ^used by her assailants. During the struggle, m which her hands were cut, she swooned. Her ladyship was accom- , panied by a St. Bernard dog, who attacked her would-be assassins and saved his mis tress's life. Lady Florence recently : de nounced the Secretary of the Land League for -not accounting for the funds of the Leaguei It is supposed that this prompted the outrage. The police have obtained a cluVfo' the culprits. ' ' ''''? \ Z I ' ! : ? ?.' March l'9. Byrne, the Secretary -of the National League,! is now in America, and has resign edbffibe.' ' : . The.: Lepanto, an Italian ironclad of the first class and the most powerful vessel of war afloat, with armour-plating thirty-six inches'; thick, and mounting; four onehun dred ton Armstrong guns, iB now ready for launching. There has been ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARRIVAL OF THE R.M.S. NIZAM. ALBANY. March 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

ARRIVAL OF THE R.M.S, NIZAM. ! ri . . . - - -? ;rBY;EiiMCTBic Tede-jbaph.]; From bur Special Correspondent. ; AiiBANT. March 21. ? The~R:M*.S.'Nizam,'with homeward mails from»the Eastern colonies— Sydney dates to Mar.i8, Melbourne Mar. .15, and Adelaide Mar. ; 17— arrived here at 10*45 o'clock this morning. - The following are her passengers for this colony :- — Miss .Toll, Messrs. Ajtkeri, McKellar, A. C. Gregory, F. T. Gregor7, H. K. Toll, Lonsdale, King, Sandover, H. B. Lefroy, E. Shenton, E. Wittenoom, Thome, and Marshall. -

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Thr Daily news. THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1883. Among the passengers by the R.M.S. Nizam, which arrived at Albany yesterday,' are two gentlemen from Queensland who will be heartily welcomed by many old friends in this Colony. We allude to Messrs. Augustus and Frank Gregory, whose father (Lieut. Gregory, E.N'.,) and mother, were among the first to take up their abode in Perth. 'Both these gentlemen, as surveyors in the employment of the Government, did good service in their time for Western Australia, and it would seem most fitting that during their brief stay- among us we should in some public manner show that we still appreciate those services. It will be remembered 'that Mr. Frank G-regory headed the first \ expedition to examine what is now known ' as ! the North-west district, which has added so much to, our wealth and' popularity; they wei*e also the first to examine the Victoria, Murchison, and Gascoyne districts, and to them is given the credit of, having dis covered the firsi lead mine iri the Co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED.—MARCH 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

,* v, ? ? » ? ? — : — ! ? ??:? BtfRE OF FREMANTLE. ' AteRIVEDr— March. 21 .^ u PLANET-«Bchodner; JMbrgari,' from. JPort Trwin ?'? *« ? ; ' ' ' ?'*?'???*?'? ' -????-- - SAILED-^March 21. MORNING STAB, three-masted-schooner/ 258 tons, J. Innea, for Hongkong. Pas sengers — Mr. and Mrs, Archer, Mr. Lacie, and Mr. Edgar Sendey. T. & H. Carter & Co., agents. MACEDON, s., Craig^, for Beagle Bay, via. intermediate outports. Passengers — Mrs. H. J. Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. McRae and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Thompson and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Eliot Richardson and three children, Mr. Richard Wilson,' Mrs.' Jaffery and 3 children, Miss Newman, Mr. R. Anderson, Mr. T. Anderson, Mr. Alex. Forrest, Capt. Smith, the Surveyor General .(Hon. John Forrest, C.M.G.), Mr. A. Crauford, J. F. Gurner, Mrs. Jos. Har wood and daughter, Mr. W. F. Ridley, Rev. P. HI 'Neale, Messrs. H. R. Neale and W. NealeV;Prof. Statham, Messrs. J. S. Farron, Rl-Gale, Walter James, G. D. Brockman, Jno. Walsh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

itf ? ' ? Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or , ' l For £33, or - 1 ? -Ti ~';:.. ': .l^or\£50. - ?'. .-.:iV in-. , .,.-.. :_? ?: Senct^^r detailed Fu^nitiire Catalogue, which: ir'if||etoird6dPost Free on1 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, or - - ? ? i : For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue; wbich will be forwarded Post Free on application. s * d :;.$??? ?' fir. £ 1 M « H 2 H - SMITH & Co. manufacture Doors,; Sashes, Mantelpieces, ;? ? Blouldiugs, Skirtings^ Areliitrayes, S.Iiop Cowntcrs, and Shop Fittings. CARPETS PLAMED, LAID & MADE. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN ; ... ? * ? ^ Htfattrasses; Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] RR-ENCH POLISHERS;. ? — « ? PICTURE FRAMERS. § hj '?'~B~ ? R CO .. ' 0 - G PICTURES Mounted, STEETCHED, IflAMED. CARPETS MADE. [?] DOORS,. SASHES, SHOP FITTINGS, A...

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MAILS—CLOSING ON SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

M'AILS -CLOSING ON SATURDAY. . Mails for the Eastern Colonies, America (vi4;:Sydney and San Francisco), etc., for transmission overland to Albany, and thence per 'R.M.S. Shannon, will be closed at the General Post Office, Perth, at 11 a.m., at Frem'antle at 9*30 a.m., and at Guildford at 8*30 a.m., on SATURDAY next, March 24. Late letters, on payment of the late fee of 6d., may be posted halfan ;hour, after the time appointed for closing. These', mails will fce due — in Adelaide, April 1 j Melbourne, April 3 ; Hobart, April 4; Sydney, ^ April 6; and Brisbane (about), April 8. '

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THE MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

THE MAILS Due at Q.P.O., Perth-: — From England, Mar. ;8i ' amd April . 14. From Eastern Colonies, per R.M.S; Nizam, March 24. A Despatched from G.P.O., Perth: — For Ifingland, &c., March 31 and April 14. For ;Baste'rii Colonies, &c, March 24 and April 6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

THERE will be no issue of the DAILY NFWS on Easter Monday. . Advertisers should therefore take advantage of inserting tlieir notices 'in Saturday's issue.

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MEMORANDA FOR MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

MEMORANDA FOR MARCH 23. Sun: Rises, 6 '7; sets, 6*7. Moow : Full Moon, Mareh 24, 1*49 a.m. j rises, 6*23 ; sets, 6;7 a.M. . High water, Gages Roads-H morning, 8;50 ; evening, 9*8. ..,..,

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED—March 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

SHIPPING. — : — ♦ ? PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED— March 21. ' PTjANET^ schooner, Morgan, from -Port [r*i^'ll:'ffl:u::t-^; T-'-V -.''?? ?-?'., ^ ??'? SAILED— March 21. \ MORNING STAR, three-maated-schooner,' 1158 tons, J. Innes, for Hongkong. Pai pengers — Mr. and Mrs. Archer, Mr. Lacie, and Mr. Edgar Sendey. T. & H. Carter, ft Co., agents. , , ... MACEDON, s., Craig, for Beagle Bay, lvi& intermediate outports. Passengers — 'Mrs. H. J. Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. McRiie and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Thompson and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Eliot Richardson and three children, Mr. Richard Wilson, Mrs. Jaffery and 3 children, Miss Newman, Mr. R. Anderson, Mr. T. Anderson, Mr. Alex. Forrest, Capt. Smith, the Surveyor General (Hon. -John Forrest, C.M.G.), Mr. A. Crauford, J. F. Gurrier, Mrs. Jos. liar wood and daughter, Mr. W. F. Ridley, Rev. Pi H. Neale, Messrs. H. R. Neale and W. Neale, Prof. Statham, Messrs. J. S. Farron, R. Gale, Walter James, G. D. Brockman, Jno. Walsh, J. Ha...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

fSOMtoANDER COOHLAN desires that \l/ claims agSiiB£;*the Marine Survey Department inaj^e -ent to him not later than the 24th instant. ? £V TC^-WTBD.— A. GENERAL SERVANT. YjLf i Good wagea. Apply to ' ' * -''?'. (MRS. SAW,iNarrogin. March 17, 1883.- - ^prr ANTED— A Foreman for the Lion TT Browery. Apply to , ?'. v; iX W; HARWOOD. 'EASTER Hi O L I D A Y S ... t' yvi. g. hIarman WILL close hie: business on EASTER MONDAY, and resume at' seven o'clock' as usual on TUESDAY morning, for the benefit of Mb country customers. _ Perth, March 21. ? ; , ..?:'' ?jh~~A S TERN RAILWAY. Ja ???? ' ' ' — 7T-: ,'''.. 5 ; ? Public Works and Railways' Deparment, ,-.'?'?? Pei-tb, 21st; March, 1833. ; TENDERS (endorsed 'Tender for' Re- freshment Room, Perth Railway Station/') will be reqeived at this Office until noon of Wednesday, the 4th April, 1883,- from per sona willing to rent the Refreshment Room, Perth Railway Station, for One Year from the 7th of April, 1883, ' for the supply of ordinary Refreshme...

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MAILS CLOSING ON SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

MAILS CLOSING OMj. SATURDAY. Mails for the Eastern Colonies, America (▼iA Sydney and San Francisco), etc., for transmission overland to Albany, and thence per R.M.S. Shannon, will be closed at the General Post Office, Perth, at 11 a.m., 'at Fremantle at 9'30 a.m., and at Guildford at 8-30 a.m., on SATURDAY next, March 24. Late letters, on payment of ! the late £ee_pf 6d., may be posted, halfan hoiir after the time appointed for closing. ;TheBe mails will le due — in Adelaide, ! April 1; Melbourne, April 3; Hobart, April 4; Sydney, April 5; and Brisbane (about), April 8.;

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

TH,E MAILS. Due at G.P.O., Perth: — From England, Mar. . 31 and April 14. From Eastern Colonies, per R.M.S. Nizam, March 24. Despatched from Q.P.O., Perth: — For England, &c., March 31 and April 14. For Eastern Colonies, &c, March 24 and April 6.

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FURTHER PARTICULARS. FREMANTLE, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

FURTHER PARTICULARS. EFrom our Special Reporter. 3 Frbmantle, March 22. Much excitement; was caused here this morning on the arrival of the Harbor Mas ter's boat from Rottnest, when it was re ported that the'Macedon had gone on to a reef off the island. The steamer left Fre mantle at 4 p.m. yesterday,' having on board the Assistant Colonial Secretary, the Police Magislrate, and the Comptroller General, all of whom were to be landed on Rottnest Island by the steamer, and for this purpose the Harbor Master's boat kept in tow. It was dark on nearing the island, and almost immediately after the Harbor Master's boat had left the steamer with . those gentlemen named she struck the nasty danger known as the Transit Reef, where she remains. It is conjectured that she must be 'hard on,' and that from her rolling so much she must have a good'deal of water in ;her. Six lighters, viz., the Will Watch, Myth, Two Sons, Evelyn Mary, Amy,' and t other, boats have gone 'r off to assist in landing th...

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