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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 April 1883

TEEMS FOR ADVERTISING IN T] : DAILY XEWS. : 1 For advertisements relating to serva ?r tradesmen wanted or wanting enga ,nente, and leases to let or for Bale, a cha ?ftwo shillings only will be made for notices not exceeding 4 lines, and 3d. aach additional line for the first inFerti* one-half rate for each subsequent eertion. Other advertisements not exec ing 8.1ineB, 3s. 6d., and 3d. each additio line, one-third rate only for subseqvi nsertions. Reduced rat«B, by special rangement, for advertisements appear three months and upwards. POR SALE. A quantity of WAS - PAPER. Apply at this office. SEVERAL-PACKING CASI quite new, zinc-lined, FOR SA] cheap. Apply at once, Inquirer Office. TTT ANTED;- two MEN and two BOYS, YV sell the Daily News up to ten.o'cli each night, in Perth. Liberal commiss allowed. Apply at the Office. JUST ARRIVED. MELBOURNE BUTTER, splenc quality. PRIME VICTORIAN OHEES small. HANTON'S PRIZE MEDAL JAM '..'* EDWD. KAY COURT HOPE. February 5, i883. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. Adelaide, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 April 1883

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. Adelaide, April 2. Matthew Burnett leaves for Western Australia, per Otway, leaving here about the middle of this month. - Melbourne, Anril 1. The public revenue shows an increase of .£8,000. With the exception of the land receipts the -£§turns are considered to be very satisfactory. The Paramatta mail steamer has sailed for England, and the s. Shannon has ar rived. Adelaide, April 3. \ Heavy rains have been general through out, South Australia. The Port Darwin line is interrupted. ? Brisbane, April 2. Sir. A. E. Kennedy, the Governor of Queensland, leaves this Colony at the end of the month. The Police Magistrate at Thursday Island has gone to. New Guinea, to take formal possession of that island on behalf of the Queensland Government. - There is an interruption on the Adelaide and Port Darwin line, north of Port Augus ta.. Mr. Matthew Burnett, having fully decided to come round by the s. Otway, which leaves Adelaide on April 18, may be expected to reach Pe...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LOSS OF THE MACEDON THE OFFICIAL ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 April 1883

LOSS OF TEE MACEDON. THE OFFICIAL ENQUIRY. At the Custom House, Fremantle, yester day, the Board of Enquiry appointed to adjudicate upou the cause of the wreck of the steamer Macedon, which occurred off Eottnest Island on the 22nd ultimo, as sembled in the upper room at 10*30 a. in. The Board was composed of the following officorss : Mr. L. W. Clifton, Collector of Customs, President, Mr. J. Cowan, Acting Police Magistrate ? and Commander Coghlan and Lieut. Tooker, R.N., Nautical Assessors. The Acting Attorney General (Hon. G. W. Leake, Q.C.) appeared on behalf of the Governmeut, and Mr. Sep. Burt on behalf of Capfc. Craig, late master of the Macedon. The President, in opening the case, read the following charges which the Board appointed to adjudicate upon the Prelimi nary Enquiry had preferred against Captain John Craig. The charges were as follows : 1st, with deviating from his course ; 2nd, with not having keiDt a sufficient look-out ; 3rd, with not consulting hist chart in orde...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
DEATH OF A CLAIMANT TO THE THRONE OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 April 1883

DEATH OF A CLAIMANT TO THE THRONE OF ENGLAND. There recently died in Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic Asylum an unfortunate man who, in 1837, committed a gross out rage upon the Queen, and, T-roviner to be insane, had been confined in a lunatic asylum ever since, until the day of his ' death. The delusion that possessed him was that he was entitled to the Throne. His nane was John Goode, and he formerly held a captain's commission in the 10th Royal Hussars. He was taken into custody on Her Majesty's birthday, May 24, 1837, for creating a disturbance and forcibly en tering the enclosure of Kensington 'Palace. ? Nothing further transpired after his release until on a Saturday afternoon in the middle of November, the same year, when about three o'clock Her Majesty was passing in her open carriage through Birdcage Walk, St. James', on her way to Buckingham. Palace, a peison in the garb of a gentleman suddenly sprang to the side of her carriage, and, holding up his fist in a threatening manner...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 April 1883

POLICE NOTES. FREMANTLE. — On Saturday last an inquest was held at the Court House by the Resident Magistrate, touching the death of-_ a man named Luke Jeffrey, who was found ' lying dead near Bibra's Lake on the pre vious day. From tne evidence adduced it appeared that the dcueasud had delibera tely shot himself through the mouth, bar ing managed to pull the ti-iggor with his foot by means of a hooked twig. The jury found that death had resulted iYoin a shot wound, inflicted by the deceased while in a state of temporary insanity. YORK. — Ou the 2Sth of March Henry Gibbs received one month's imprisonment for having absented himself from the service of- his master, Mr. Joseph Pyke, , without leave. George Flood was found guilty of having stolen a quantity of sandal wood, the property of Alfred Snow, for which he was sent to gaol for three months. DONGARRA.— On March 22nd Sam and also Young Ealier, two aboriginal natives, . wore charged with having on the 27th of October, 1SS2, unlawf...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 April 1883

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. DEATHS.   FALLIDAY.— At Westruther, Scotland, on the 31st January, 1883, Elizabeth relict of William Alcoran, and sister of the late Alexander Halliday, of Perth, Western   Australia. WEEKS.— On Friday, March 30, Mary Henrietta, the beloved wife of William Weeks, Perth, after a very short illness   age 26.    

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 April 1883

ON SALE BY |J.||& W. BATSMAN. AXE andj^dze : Handles ^m^iear^Ax^B apd HatchetsJ A dzel^Tqrby^s ? ?? Axle jgnlleys Air%-icki£Gaitfiauized*a.ud Black Ale, Younger's, in pints Ale, Verien's Lager, iu pta. and qts. Bnclcets, GalVauizefr and Wood BovingyBJ^uUin^j Blind Furniture Bruah»^j!BJ^KJCi » Brunswick Black, Bluedtone Bathbrickj5,v Bracking, Blue Laundry BakiiigToJrd^^Beef, Salted Butter, Bo%lj|fFruit Biscuits, asraroted Brandy, H^uessey's, U.Y.P., A.v.c, c^y.p., &j||isquit's Ceiling BeSttfe; Cement Cotton Waste, Corrugated Iron Camp Ovens, Colonial Ovens Clothes PegH, Clothes Lines Cart Arms and Boxes, Cart Whips C'arfc Cover3, Cattle Bells Cutlery, assorted ; Colza Oil, Chalk Clay Pipes, Corn Sacks, Candles Carbonate Soda, Cream of Tartar ^/hlo^bayne Castor Oil, Raw and Refined Currants, Carraway Seed, Cloves ' Candied I'eel, Capers, Currie Powder Coffee, Green and Roa»tosl Chinese Preserve Confectionery, assorted ; Cocoa Cocoa and Milk, Chocolate and Milk Coffee ...

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The Daily News. THURSDAY APRIL 5, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 April 1883

-~~— — ^^ — ^^ — ^,, ? ^^ THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1883. 'Mr. R. A. ShoU^ Chief Clerk: in the General (Post Office, is now ou a visit of inspection of the Post Offices in the Southern distncts. - ' We understand the Rifle Band . intend bringing their performances in the' public gardens to' a close to-morrow evening, should the weatlier prove propitious. Doubt less as this will be the last programme of the season the Gardens wiU be well pat ronised. ' ;. A man, named David Skinner, was found drowned in the Canning River this moraine and brought by the Police to the Dead House, where the body awaits an inquest, which will be held at che Colonial Hospital at' 4 o'clock this afternoon. , The,R.M.S. Parramatta, with homeward mailes i'rom the Eastern Colonies, arrived at Albany afc 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, 'and' left again for Colombo early this morning. The following passengers landed at Albany .—Messrs. F. H. Birch, Schaw, Ward, Moir, W. H. Strickland, and Mills. Lieiiit^ R. A. Sholl, w...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 April 1883

BREAD ! BREAD ! BREAD !. EXCELLENT AND WHOLESOME. A LFRED V E R Y A RD, BAKER, FAMILY GROCEB,. &a HAVING taken -over the ' Oldestab lished Bakery in Barrack Street, he begs to inform the numerous applicants for bread (which ho has -hitherto been unable to supply) and the public generally, of his intention of extending his business. He is now prepared to doliver BREAD of unrivalled quality to any part of Perth. ' A..V. bogs further to stato that the celebrated quality of his brend hits not diminished, and hopes for a share of public patronage. Perth, Feb. 9,1883. ': ' [A CARD.] Washing, f?fiuiig!i(u»', and '{'':.;?- ? ', Ironing. ?? ?; .;-,. ..,,.?? ? Mrs. Conradt,1 . BAZAAR TERRACE, PERTH, TTISTDBRTAKES the washing andi vj banglihg't.;6f ,!eyery. ''-description'! of linen and ironing iiiip tilings Oat ^.the moat ' v reasonable prices.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEMORANDA FOR APRIL 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 April 1883

MEMORANDA FOR APRIL G. ; Sun: ., Rises, ;6 -16; ,\SetSi 5;49. Moon: iNew;;^ponj2Ap^i2,^^Oj^^/ji;rsets 4*36 'pi'in.' High wat'eri Gages' Roads-— morning, 7'10; evening, 7*45. ' ''

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THURSDAY, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 April 1883

THURSDAY, April 5. The Court opened at 10 a. m. Regiina v. Taylor. ; Detective Farley, recalled, deposed: I showed the cards to Mr. Andrew the day after Taylor was committed for trial. John Thompson deposed : I am a char coal burner, and sometimes go by the name of ' Bagley.' I recollect the night of the 22nd of December, when I saw Taylor and Hugh Sloan playing at cards at Francisco's. They were playing Nap. I recollect on the following Saturday seeing similar cards at Francisco's. The two Sloans, Francisco, and myself examined them. We observed they were marked by the obliteratipn of the corner dots. - ..-??.' By the defendant : It- was about twelve o'clock when I came to Francisco's. I should say Sloan was winning from the time I went in. I heard Sloan say he missed the ace of diamonds, and 1 heard Sloan say he missed the ace of clubs. The same cards were played with throughout the game.' The cards are now correct in number; I was under the impression that you, were playing with ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 April 1883

LATEST TELEGRAMS. CABLE TELEGRAMS. (associated press telegrams.) LONDON, April 1. The Directors of the Peninsular and Oriental' Company have explained, in reference' to ; the proposed alterations in t.hfiir Continental terminus from Brmdisi to ^Marseilles, : that this new arrangement applies only to those of their steamers engagedinthe China trade, and that their steamers'in the Indian and Australian trade ?will as heretofore call at Brindisi to land mails and passengers. . It is reported among well-informed circles in Paris that the Princes of the Orleans family are disposing of their landed estates ?with a. view to raise as much ready money as possible.- This rumour has given rise to much uneasiness, more especially as the suspicions of disaffection in the Army have been strengthened rather than diminished. General Thibaudin, Minister for War, has suppressed in a prompt and arbitrary manner the grant of money passed for cavalry manoeuvres. It is well-known that the reason for this...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 April 1883

TEEMS FOK ADVERTISING IN THE v'-: DAILY SEWS. For advertisements relating to servants e-r tradesmen wanted or wanting engage i/iente, and leases to let or for sale, a charge ; eitwo shillings only will be made for all ] xiotioes ? not exceeding 4 lineB, and 3d. for j each additional line for the first inrertion ; ! one-half rate for each subsequent in sertion. .Other advertisements not exceed ing 8 line's, 3s. 6d., and 3d. each additional line, one-third rate only for subsequent usertions. Reduced rates, by special ar rangement, for advertisements appearing three months and upwards. FOR SALE. A quantity of WASTE PAPER. Apply at this office. SEVERAL PACKING CASES, quite new, zinc-lined, FOR SAI1.&, cheap. Apply at once, Inquirer Ofiice. WANTED, two MEN and two BOYS, to sell the Daily News up to ten o'clock each night, in Perth. Liberal commission allowed. Apply at the Office. JUST ARRIVED TITELBOURNE BUTTER, splendid 'PRIME VICTORIAN CHEESE, HANTON'S PRIZE* MEDAL JAMS. EDWD. ...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. Melboubne, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 April 1883

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. Melbourne, April 4. The Victorian Parliament has re-opened, the Ministry meeting with strong support from the House. ... ' ' . . ' ? ' ~T , '. ''? Adelaide, April 4. Mr. Towp'eny, one of the .promoters of the late Perth International Exhibition, has written to 'The Register advocating an Exhibition of Australasian products and manufactures, to be held at London, in either the Crystal or Alexandra Palace. He suggests .that each . colony should con tribute to the cost of the undertaking. ? The Orient steamer ' Garonne arrived on Tuesday night and sails to-night for Mel bourne. She experienced a rough voyage. She also reports the frequent blocking and o-radual silting up of the Suez Canal, which is proving a great hindrance to its naviga tion. Another canal is strongly mooted.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE April 5, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 April 1883

TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. 'Ade'i/aide. April 5; 9 a.m. Communication on the overland' tele graph line has been restored, : after an interruption of two days, during which no English news has been receiv.ed. , , . i°i..»/i-.i.niif nf ln.nrl Vina bean, .secured near Port, Augusta for the purpose of ostrich farming. . . m Palmer, who shot the Coolie at Tooram, near Waijrnanibool, the other day, has been committed for trial on the charge of murder. The Governor of Queensland (Sir Arthur Kennedy) was entertained at a bauquet at Too woo in ba — the principal town in the famous Darling Downs district — yesterday. Heavy rains- have fallen throughout the Colonies, and their prospects— both pastoral and agricultural— are very bright and. en ?Wouraging just now. The Adelaide Steamship Company have determined upon despatching another steamer to estern Australia in about eight days. . ? A small steamer, named th« Alexandra, was wrecked off Sydney Heads yesterday. No lives were lost.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SIDE WEDNESDAY, April 4.(Before Mr. Justice Stone.) [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 April 1883

LAW INTELLIGENCE, SUPREME COURT.— CRIMINAL SIDE. ,, . ? ♦ ? WEDNESDAY, April 4. (Before Mr. Justice Stone.) The Court was opened at four minutes past teno' clock: A. ATTEMPT TO COMMIT SUICIDE. . . . ^Kdward i'cttit pleaded guilty to. having attempted to.. take -his own. Me at. the Emerald Isle Hotel, in Fremantle. In answer to His Honor the prisoner said he had no friends, and that he. had been in prison nearly two. months. Sergt.. McTjarty' gave him a good character, and His Honor sentenced him to one month's imprisonment ; without hard labor. '.' .'--:: 0,1 ?? LARCENY.. . ,. . .- ! The Acting Attorney General stated. that j he would- enter. a ? nolle proseijui in the case j of Andrew Gardner, who was charged with | having stolen a shirt and some studs in ; Perth, in consequence of the absence of the . prosecutor. The prisoner was therefore discharged. ; ?..-?: ;.-i-:-; MURDER. -. . j-,; ' ? : :??;. ? In the case of Isaac Susetti, the Acting. 1 Attorney. General said;he would ask f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 April 1883

CsbbiiiBu jML£u£6rS| If r6ncli If oIisii©rSj mid ..upJiolsij6rGrs. 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. 3©nd for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished For £95, or For £152, oi For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. 6 W I : H - i in SMITH &, Go. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, Mouldings, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop fittings, CARPETS PLAMED, LAID & MADE. FURNITUREWABEHOUSEMEN ? : ? ♦ ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, ; SPUING BEDS, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS;. ? ? ♦ ? TURNERS, PICTURE FRAMERS. I ft' S ???. :.-... B.. f- 3 £ -? i ??«- w GQ Q: 0:. PICTURES Mounted, - STRETCHED, AND FRAMED. CARPETS MADE. [?] DOORS, SASHES, FITTINGS, AND mantelpiece...

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THE MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 April 1883

THE MAILS. per K..M.S. Parramatta, April 7 Despatched from G.P.O., Pbrth-.—Fov England &c. April 14 and April 28. For Eastern Colonies, &c, April 7. . ?

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE.SAILED —APRIL 9 [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 April 1883

SHIPPING. , POBT OF FREMANTLE. 'THERESA, schooner Jor Bu'nbuty. Me1wr£AL^ .P™V» tons, Foster/for S°^.... Pa!leil?ers -i Messrs. JOZ vr,f? .Vayne' w- fasten, T. Pearce R CaJ?vnap'J^lmOTe' J- Sutherland!' H.' M*- p- .-McKearer, J. Hamilton, J. Mfc, J*s. Lilty & Co., agents. /.. M^T'4fcSi MoNeece- ^ Po]I+4A^?'ii)n^ue'S28 -»ns,' Holinan, for and'ffm?! X?e-- ,Passengers-MrS. Holman ana family (Blx.) ja8. LiUy & c6- a&ent^ PUBLIC SHIPPING TELEGRAMS RM«B4 ^Y— ^mved: AprU 4, 4 p.m., MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. Ro^nfrST W: S- & G. Pearse's barque shin m£?i on^oev of the wrecked steam -Mv John feU \(M£ Frayn«)- «ie purser SXn R°ss,)' the carpenter, boatswain, MelboSn! Kf A6' cyv™y- proceeded to Melbourne by the e. Lonsdale yesterday

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 April 1883

ON SALE BY J. & W. BATEHAN. AXE and Adze HnndleB American Axes and Hatchets) /Adzes, Torby's ; Axle Pulleys .1-Vir Bricks, Galvanized and Black ?/'A'le, Younger's, in pints , Ale, Verien's Lager, in pts. and ,qts. .Buckets, Galvauized aud Wood -Boring Machines, Blind Furniture f Bruahware, Block Tin )' Brunswick Blackj Bluedtone -, Bath bricks, Blacking, Blue Laundry -Baking Powder; Beef, Salted 'Butter, Bottled Fruit ; ?Biscuits, assorted ? ' Brandy, Hennessey's, U.V.P., A.v.c., c s.y.p., & Bisquit's Ceiling Boards, Cemeut Cotton Waste* Corrugated Iron Camp Ovens, Colonial OvenB -Clothes Pegs, Clothes Lines €art Arms and Boxes, Carfc Whips ?Cart Covers, Cattle Bells - Cutlery, assorted ; Colza Oil, Chalk ? Clay Pipes, Corn Packs, Candles Carbonate Soda, Cream of Tartar fJhloi'odvne Castor 01, Raw and Hefiued Currants, Carraway Seed, Cloves Candied I'eel, Capers, Currie Powder 'Coffee, Green and Honf-k---& Chinese Preserver Confectionery, assorted ; Cocoa Coc...

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