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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 S.S. MAGEDON. departure'pf the s.s. macedon for the-'nortb: 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 Goraldton, Sharks Bay, and Port ?Walcottj 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. H. F. Johnston goes as second in command, and Messrs. Welsh and Turton will be in charge of separate parties. A large concourse of, . spectators, had assembled on the wharf to witness the departure of the fine ship arid her valuable and interesting freight— interesting more especially as ...

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

Balance ? Sheet. The Honorary Treasurer in account current with the Eastern Railway Mutual Provident Society for the half-year endiug 13th February, 18S2. Dr. £ B. d. 1882. ? Brought forward 43 18 ' 1 Sept. — Contributions . ... 4 12 '-? d. Oct. ,- ? do r ... ... 5 11 9 Nov.' do ... ... 2 18 3 Dec. do ? 3 10 3 1883. Jan ? do. ... ... 5 14 9 — Do. — Donation (Lord Gifford) ... 1 Oj 0 Feb. 13. — Contributions . ... 0 17 6 ? - ^£68 2 1 ,- Gr- £ S. d.1 ': 1882^ . ?.??:?..-:'. - - .-?'? '?£ Sept. — Sick pay ... -?? ... 7 6 8 ! '- Do. . Medical; attendance and medicines ... ... 6 7 0 do. Printing cards ...' 0 10 0 '' Oct.— Sick pay ... ... 1 0 ' 6r ' do. Medical attendance, etc.... 11 14 0' do. Printing Annual Report... 1 15 0 - Nov. — Sick pay . ... ... 2 16-8 do. Medical attendance, etc. 8 0 0 do. Refund (C. Lee) under / ','?-' Rule 25 a ... ... 0-10, 6^ Dec. do: ? (G. Snook) do. ... 0 15 0 ' do. do.- (J.Mortimer) do:... 0 6 0 do. Sick pay ... .;; 0 10 0 1883. ' ... ..:.: v fii. Jan. — ...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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EASTERN RAILWAY MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 22 March 1883

EASTERN RAILWAY MUTUA% PROVIDENT SOCIETY. At a meeting of this Society held at Fre^ mantle last week the third half-yearly report was adopted, as- follows : — ? J'i.ij Your Committee, in presenting this . half yearly Report, with balance-sheet, , take,the. opportunity of expressing their gratificaribri at the continued interest manifested in ;the affairs of the Society by all of its members.' During the past half-year 12- members' have been added to the rail and twenty have resigned, leaving the number on the roll at the end'of the half-year at 40. You will observe that the number of members who have resigned is very large, but your Com mittee need not state here the circumstances' under which the majority of this number felt moved to sever their connection with the Society. Your Committee ' may' adcl, however, that most of those who , resigned have rejoined, and that the unhappy differ ences which once existed' have been removed. . ? . The receipts during the past half-year amounte...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 March 1883

TERMS FOR ADVEBTI&INa IN 'THE - DAILY yEWS. I For advertisements relating to servants ?r tradesmen wanted or wanting engage ments, and leases to let or for sale, a charge eftwo shillings only-will be made for*'1 notices not . exceeding 4 lines, and 3d. for ijach. additional line for the first insertion ; one-half rate for each subsequent in sertion. Other advertisements not exceed ing 8 lines, 3b. 6d.. and 3d. eaoh .additional line, one-third rate only for subsequent nsertions. Reduced-rates; by Bpecial ar rangement/ for advertisements appearing . three months and upwards. 'E10R SALE. A quantity of WASTE JP PAPER. Apply ..at this office.- .. .: ^ quite new, zinc-lmed,. FOR SAIifc, cheap. ; Apply at once, Inquirer Office. TtTANTED, two MEN and two BOYS, to W sdl the Daily News up to ten o'clock each night, in Perth. Mberal commission allowed. Apply at the Office. ? ~~~JUST ARRIVED* -JITELBOURNE BUTTER, splendid PRIME VICTORIAN CHEESE, small. HANTON'S PRIZE MEDAL JAMS. EDWD. K...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 March 1883

THE MAI L S . Due at G.P.O., Perth ;^-From 'England; Mar. 31 a»d April 14. From Eastern Colonies, pec R.MiS. Parramatta, April 7. Despatched from G.P.O., Pert h ':— For England, &c, March 31 and April 14. For Eastern Colonies, &c, April 6.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON. March 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 March 1883

CABLE TELEGRAMS. (associated press telbgbams. ) LONDON. March 20. Rear-Admiral Wilson, formerly of the Australian station, has been appointed second in command to Vice-Admiral Sir W. McDowell, of the Channel sauadron. Rear Admiral Wilson will hoist his flag on the ' Aginconrt,' the flagship of his predeces sor, Rear-Admiral Sullivan. Her Majesty the Queen, whilst descend ing the stairs of Windsor Castle yesterday, slipped and fell. The Court * physicians state that her injuries are not serious. The Hon. Charles Parker Butt, the Liberal member for. Southampton, has been appointed successor to Sir Robert Joseph Pbillimore, Judge of the. Probate and Divorce Court. The Lord Mayor of London has opened a Mansion House fund for the relief of the agricultural inhabitants of the islands on the WesL Coast of Scotland, many of whom are in very distressed circumstances. ' Owing to the dimensions attained by the traffic through the Suez Canal, and the long delays necessitated by the inadequate w...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MEMORANDA FOR MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 March 1883

MEMORANDA FOR MARCH 25. ? , Sun: Rises, 6*8 ;?? sets, 6*4. Moox : Full' Moon, Moreh 24, 1*49 a.m. ; risfis, 6*57 .; sets, 6*59 a.m. High -water, Gages Roads morning, 9*25 ; evening, 9-41.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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THE DISASTER TO THE S.S. MACEDON. LATEST PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 March 1883

THE DISASTER TO THE S.S. 1UCED0N. ? * ? . LATEST PARTICULARS. [From our Special Correspondent.! ? Yesterday the salvors succeeded in land ing ninety tons of cargo, as well as the remainder of all the passengers' luggage. Mr. Butcher, the Rottnest Pilot, put a large quantity of cargo on shore on the Island. Last night the sea rose, causing a great swell, which broke clean over the doomad vessel. It is expected that at any moment a final sweep will cause the remains of the hull to disappear for ever. The captain, officers, and crew, have abandoned the ship, the funnel- and spars Of which, however, are still to be seen. The weather promises to become much rougher, and, as the vessel cannot hold together much longer, the first .heavy swell from the north-west will, in all probability, break her up completely.! Captain Craig, accompanied by his brother officers, reached Fremantle dur ing the course of the night. During the course of to-day the salvors continued to work actively, but thei...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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THE VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 March 1883

THE VOLUNTEERS. Instructions by the Inspecting Field ' Officer for the field operations on Easter Tuesday, 27th March, 1883 : — Fob the Attack :. , . ., .,...., 2 guns (Armstrong) Perth Artillery, 23 Companies Metropolitan Rifles, 1 Company Fremantle Rifles, will leave Perth by train at 2-15 p.m. On nearing Guildford it will be perceived that the enemy have blocked l the line and are prepared to dispute the passage of the 'Swan' at the Railway ? bridge across that river. The train (which will be supposed to be ' armoured') will pull up some short distance from the bridge, 7 and the guns will be prepared to open fire' from the trucks if ordered. No. 1 Company ' Metropolitan Rifles will get out and extend on either side of the Railway, thus, viz : No. 1 section tothe right, No. 3 to the left. No. 2 to the right support, No. 4*to the left support. On nearing the bridge the support will close and charge o\er and carry it. The ' Defence' party posted there will ? clear off to the left of...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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The Daily News. SATURDAY MARCH 24, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 March 1883

Win Baflp $teto£f. SATURDAY, MARCH 24,. 1883. The continued sandy and dusty con dition of the streets of the City should letuV the Civic . Fathers to consider I -whether better materials for the re pair and construction of our roads and pathways are available. The use of the siltage from the river, applied in the way it now is, is very undesirable for more reasons than one, while the sandstone rapidly crumbles into dxist, and is either blown away or carried to I the river in the gutters. We have more than once recommended the use of wooden blocks'for paving the streets, and' have no hesitation in doing so again. They have been used with success both in Sydney— and Mel bourne; and what reason is there for supposing that they would prove any thing but a success in Perth ? George street, in Sydney, one of the chief thoroughfares of that large city— which is blocked throughout, costs , less by nearly a fourth to keep in re pair now than it did under the old system of paving. Wooden bloc...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 March 1883

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. Adelaide, March 18. The' Victorian Ministry have been re elected unopposed. A large deputation has interviewed the South Australian Commissioner of Lands, and asked for an amendment in the laws relating to pastoral settlement, especially giving fixity of tenure to lessees. They urged that strong1 restrictions should be placed upon the holding of pastoral lands without occupying, them. The. Minister promised to introduce a bill next session on the baBis or that introduced last session, with amendments to meet the objections now raised. ??'???-, ... ? March ,24. An exploring party has juat left Adelaide to examine the south-eastern part (Eucla) of Western Australia, for the purposes of pastoral settlement.

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THE AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 March 1883

TEE AUTUMN MEETING. CBt-'a Tout.) . Although but three events appear upon the card for Monday's racing,, and though the entries are exceptionally few, yet, weathsr permitting, a good daVs sport may be anticipated, as the racing .is almost cer tain to be excellent, and the varions events are sure to be closely contested. Unfortunate ly Hero lately staked himself, but as Mr. Jackson was called in time, the animal has, under his skilful treatment, quite recovered from the effects* of the accident. Rocket is In good form and should run well in spite of his having to carry five pounds extra ; the bth'er horse3, too, are in good condition, and i ] ?' '....-? i -.'? ??- - -? l 'hare been both well and carefully trained. I suppose that I must hazard n.n. opinion, upon the result, and,' after having carefully considered the merits of the various, com petitors for turf honors, give thfl following straight TIPS. Thb Kakrakatta Plat*. Hero. Khedive. ; Busselton (late Dandy Jim). The Handicap. :...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 March 1883

ON SALE ] J. & w. imo1 AXE and Adze HandleB American Axes and Hatcl Adzes, Torby'B; Axle Pullejs Air Bricks, Galvanized and Bla Ale,, Younger'e, in pints Ale, Verien's Lager, in pta. ar BucketR, Galvauized and Wood Boring Machines, Blind Furniti Brushware, Block Tin Brunswick Black, Bluedtone Bathbricks, Blacking, Blue Ls Baking Powder ; Beef, Salted Butter, Bottled Fruit Biscuits, assorted Brandy, Hennessey's, U.V.P., c s.Y.i'., & Bisquit's ' '0: Ceiling Boards, Cement -j j' Cotton Waste, Corrugated IroD Camp Ovens, Colonial .Ovens j- Clothes Pegu, Clothes Lines Carb Arms and Boxes, Cart \ Cart Covers, Cattle Bells Cutlery, assorted ; Colza Oil, Cha Clay Pipes, Corn Sacks, Candli Carbonate Soda, Cream of Tartai fJhlorodyne Castor Oil, Raw and Refined Currants, Carrawray Seed, CloveE Candied Peel;- Capers, Currie Po Coffee, Green and Roasted Chinese Preserves Confectionery, assorted ; Cocoa Cocoa and Milk, Chocolate and Coffee and Milk, Chocolate, Chec Claret, Vergni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 March 1883

?'* ''?'...? ? ' & . ? '' '' ? *'? '* '?' ? ? ... — i iimnwifi-iM:.' '': Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £33, or y . . For ,£50. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which 'will be forwarded Ppst. Free on application. , . Four-room Cottage Furnished For £46, or For £63, or 1 ' ..'/. ; , For £84. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which . will be forwarded Post i Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished For £95, or For £152,oi' s? ?? ; For £202. ,. ' Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Q F-i * rH ^j H 0 GO ? SMITH & Co. manufacture Poors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, Mouldings, Skirtings^ Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings. CAEPETS PLANNED, LAID & MADE FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN ? « ? ; ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS, - — CARVBRSr' T U R N E US, PICTURE FRAMERS. IK 0 PICTURES Mounted, STRETCHED, . AND MAMED. CARPETS MADE. [?] DOORS, SASHES, ^ H O 3P FITTING...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED-MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 March 1883

SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED— Mabch 22. IVY, schooner, Fuller, from Geraldton. SARAH, cutter, Manger, from Sharks Bay, via Geraldton. J s : MAUD, cutter, from Irwin. EDEN, barque, 312 tons, W. Nairn, from Melbourne. March 24, ROB ROY, steamer, England, from Albany, via Busseltoh and Bunbury. Pas segers— From Albany: Sisters Kelly, Byrne, Galvinj Conlan, Misses Stewart, De Carne,.Reade, and Deane; Messrs. Shenton, Wittenoom, F. T. and A. C. Gregory, San dover, Lefroy, Aitkan, McKellar, Atkinson, Marshall, and Miles ; and six steerage. From Vasse : Mrs. E. von Bibra and daugh ter and Mr. Gillman. From Bunbury : Mrs. Hardey and child, Mrs. Payne, Miss McCourt, Mrs. Farmer, -Mrs. Gale, Miss Everett, Miss Trott, Messrs. Farmer, Cor? nish, Dr. Sampson, Rev. J. W.' Mouland; and six steerage. PUBLIC SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. VASSE.— Arrived : Mar. 23, 5-45 p.m., Rob Roy, s., from Albany. Sailed: Mar. 23, p'30 p.m., Rob Roy, s., for Bunbury. BUNBURY.— Arrived : Mar. 23, 9:45 p.m., Rob Koy;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 March 1883

WANTED, an ^ENGINE DRIVER. ' Constant emp^yHaent to* a steady man. -'i' ~.v: -. : . .- Vi-~ ''-: PEARSE PROS. Freniatitte, Mar: 24, 1883. WANTED, ;i FOREMAN for Wheel ?wrightinjj Department ; good, -wages to a competent man. Apply by letter. SMITH & CO. Perth, Mar.. 24, 1883. ' ' » -.-. . TfTANTED.—A GENERAL SERVANT^ Tflk Good wages. Apply to ^ . MRS. SAW, Narrogin.. March 17, 1883. WANPEDt-A Foreman for the Lion Brevrery. Apply to , ^ D. W. HARWOOD. W~ ? : ? l ? ? .', . - EASTER HOLIDAYS. W. G. HEARMAN WILL close his business' on EASTER MONDAY, and resume ' at seven o'clock as usual on TUESDAY morning, for the benefit of his country customers. Perth, March 21. TV' O, T I C E . . ' ^ jSPpStixe undersigned, Merchants and aSrekeepera of the City of Perth, intend closing our placeB of business on MONDAY i and TUESDAY, 26th and 27th March; 1883, for the Easter Holidays : — Geo. Shenton Pro J. H. Monger (F. C. Monger) V-r . R. H. Habgood & Co. ? L ' W. Snook r A. D. Letch...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 March 1883

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTH. CLIFTON.— At Perth, on the 23rd   March, Mrs. R. Cecil Clifton, of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 March 1883

.'.'XSBMB FOE ADVERTISING IN THE ; DAILY NEWS: For advertisements relating to servants . »v tradesmen wanted or wanting engage ments, and leaseB to let or for sale, a charge . «f two shillings only will be made for all notices not exceeding 4 lines, and 3d. for aaeh additional Kne for the first insertion ; one-half rate for eacli subsequent in ? sertion. Other advertisements not exceed . ing 8 lines, 3s. 6d., and 3d. each, additional line, one-third rate only for subsequent ? nsertions. Reduced rates, by special ar .. rangement, for advertisoments appearing three months and upwards. T^OR SALE. A quantity of WASTE Jt? PAPER. Apply at this office. SEVERAL PACKING CASES, quite new, zinc-lined, FOR SALE, cheap. Apply at once, Inquirer Office. TT7ANTED, two MEN and two BOYS, to W sell the Daily News up to ten o'clock each night, in Perth. Liberal commission ? allowed. ? Apply at the Office. JUST ARRIVED. MELBOURNE BUTTER, splendid quality. PRIME VICTORIAN CHEESE, small. HANTON'S PRIZE ME...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 March 1883

THE MAILS. Due at Q.P.O., Perth .—From England, Mar. 31 asd April 14. Froin Eastern Colonies, per R.M.S. Parramatta, April 7. Despatched from O.P.O., Perth: — For England, &c, March 31 and April 14. For Eastern Colonies, &c, April 6.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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AUTUMN MEETING OF THE W. A. TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 March 1883

AUTUMN MEETING OF THE W. A. TURF CLUB. The autumn meeting of the W. A. Turf Club took place on the Perth course yester day. Although the weather was all that could be desired the attendance of specta tors was meagre m the extreme. Thus, with the fact of the entries being so few, it need not ' be added the entire proceedings were extremely tame and lacking in interest. The following is a list of the day's events : — The Karrakatta Plate, .£25 ; distance, 1-Jr mile ; weights for age ; entrance, £,\ 5s. Mr. G. Parker's b.h. Hero, 3 years, 8st. 12lbs. (rose and pink)... ... 1 Mr. W. G. Leeder's blk.h. Rich mond, aged, 9st. 21bs. (black and white) ... ... ... ... 2 Time — 2min. 55sec. Selling Race, ,£25 ; distance, once round the course and 120 yards ; heats. Winner to be sold immediately- after the race. Mr. W. G. Leeder's ch.g. Squatter, ' 4 yrs. (.£40), 8st. 31bs. ... ... 1 1 Mr. A. W. Armstrong's b.g. Bussel ton, aged (.£30), 8st.3lbs. ... ... 2 2 Mr. T. E. Spencer's b.g. Soudava, ag...

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