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OCCASIONAL NOTES. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 2 November 1880

ÔGEASÏÔÏÏALHOTES. \¡ LOCAL ANJO GENERAL. THE Secretary of the West Australian Agricultural Association informs us that another addition has been made to the-list of extra prizes to be awarded at the forthcoming show, Mr. A. B. Bichardson, of Lowlands, having offered a pre- mium of three guineas (JB3 3s.) for the three best colonial-bred merino rams (Iambs or 2-tooth), got by imported merinos. THE Yerk Baces, held on Thursday last, resulted as follows : Maiden Plate, Mr. W. Strick- land's Keyhole, 1st ; Mr. S. H. Parker's Spot, 2nd. Yorkshire Stakes-Mr. W. G. Leeder'a Kate, 1st ; Mr. \V. Strickland's Spider, 2nd. Telegraph Stakes-Mr. Craig's Comet, 1st ; Mr. Macpherson^ Birdcatcher, 2nd. Ladies Purse -Mr. W Strick- land's Keyhole, 1st ; Mr. W. O. Leeder's Bishop, 2nd. The Hack Race was also won hythe last named horse. THE following prizes were awarded in con- nection with the Agricultural Show held at York on Wednesday last : Horses : Mr. J. T. Monger, im- ported horse . Tarragon ' ;...

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CITY COUNCIL—SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 2 November 1880

O IT Y COUNCIL-SP EC IA £ MEETING. A special meeting of the City Council was held on Friday evening last, to prepare the estimates for the ensning year. Present-The Mayor, and Crs. Smith, Summers, Backshall, Christie, Stone, Jewell, Waldock, Farmer, and Letch. FINANCIAL STAIEMENT-PROPOSED LOAN OF £6000. The MATOR said it afforded him much gratifica- tion to ha able that evening to make the satisfactory announcement that the city was out of debt (hear, hear)-with the exception of the small balance due on account of the drain loan, which would be liquidated by the end of next year. Not only were they out of debt, but they had a balance of JË365 to credit. (Cheers.) The funds of the council had not been in that sound and satisfactory state-they bad had no credit balance-since the year 1869, and he thought the citizens were to be congratulated upon this very encouraging position of affairs. It was but right that he should Bay that out of this sum of £365, which was now to the credit of ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 2 November 1880

Steam from Melbourne and Ade- laide, transhipping to Bob Boy at Albany. MONTH OFNOVEMBEE. mHEs.s. OTWAY will be J. despatched from the above 'ports as under : MELBOURNE-Saturday, Nov. 26th. ADELAIDE-Wednesday, Nov. 24th. JAMES LILLY & CO., Agents. Fremantle, Oct. 29tb, 1880. Wool to london ! Wool to London! W1 rE are prepared to under- take the through tran- sit of wool to London via Adelaide, per steam or first class sailing vessel. Freight and Insurance at lowest rates. JAMES LILLY & CO. Agents s.8 " Bob Eoy and Otway." Fremantle, Sept. 24th, 1880. Mrst Wool Ship for London. TJ IHE composite-built clipper " HELENA MENA," >A 1, 16 years, 673 tons register, _»Edward Marsh, commander, will sail tor London, on SATUEDAY, JANU AEY 1st, 1881. This ship, having been built expressly for this trade, has superior accommodation and every convenience, including a spacious bath-room for first-class passengers. IfeflT Suitable'accommodât ion is provided this voyage for SECOND-...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 2 November 1880

TMM X. "WEST AUSTRALIAN." -0 A First-Class Bi-Weekly Newspaper PUBLISHING DATS : TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. It U the only paver in the colony publiihed offener than once a week. TEEMS OP SUBSCRIPTION : 5s. PEE QITAETEE; 20s. PEE ANNUM. THE quarters terminate on the 31st of March, 30th June, 30th September and 31st December, at which periods ONLY can Sub. scribers decline, by giving notice in writing, and paying the amount due to the end of the quarter then current. Persons desirous of subscribing during the cur- rency of a quarter «ill only be charged from the date «f their commencing, Subscribers who do not give written notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription ; and it is particulary requested that persons forwarding notices for insertion will state the number of times they ebal appear. As an Advertising medium the " WEST AUS- TRALIAN " offers special advantages, not possess- ed by any ether Western Australian newspaper. It circulates largely thro...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 2 November 1880

SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS FREMANTLE. Oct. 30.-A. L. PALMER, brigantine, 480 tons, S. B. Atkinson, from Port Louis, Mauritius. Pas- sengers-Mrs. and Miss Atkinson. 31.-BOB EOT, s.S. 267 tons, B. A. England, from Champion Bay. Passengers Saloon-Miss Fane, Mr. B. J. Wiltshire, Captain Smith, Mrs. Glyde and infant, Miss Snook, and Mr. Pearse's 3 children. Steerage-Mr. and Mrs. Hoghton and child, S. Delmore, F. Duckham, J. Taylor, Thos. Hough, Jas Kelly, John Flynn, C. Chamberlain, G. Davis, O. ClaTk. DEPABTUBES. Nov. 1.-s.s. BOB BOY, 267 tons, E. A. Eng- land, for Albany via "Bunbury and Yasse. Pas- sengers : Baleen-Miss Cumming, Miss O'Connor, Mr. J. Goldschmidt, Mr. J. Lilly, Mr. Craig, and Mr. J. Simpson. Steerage-Mr. E. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Moss, Mr. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Otter and boy, Mrs. Parry and infant, Messrs. G., J.C., and E. G. Sidgworth, Mrs. Brown and infant, and Miss S. A. Sage. [BY ELECTBIC TELEGBAPH.] ' ALBANY, Nov. 1. Arrived, s.3. Otway, from Melbourne, via Ade- laide, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 5 November 1880

To Farmers, Millers and Others. TENDERS will be received, by the under, signed, up to MONDAY, the 15th NOVEMBER, instant, from persons willing to supply From 5 to 20 Tons Colonial Flour. Preference will be giren to the lowest tender for the supply of the finest bread-making flour. Bags of sample flour should accompany the tender: those rejected will be paid for at market price. The flour (if tender accept- ed) to be delivered in quantities of not lest than five tons. C. O. SPEIGHT, Blue House, Perth. November 5th. Eastern Districts Chronicle, copy. PUBLIC NOTICE. WHEREAS my wife Jane Simpson, form- erly Jane Beasley, commonly known as Mrs. C. O. Speight, now living with Mr. C. O. Speight, Blue Store. Murray Street, Perth, has left me without lawful cause, three times with- in the past twelve months, taking with her to the said C. O. Speight money of mine and other property (having previously collected monies due to me, and destroyed my clothing and fur- niture), this is to give noti...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 5 November 1880

OP THE est ^ttsíraliim §re Camptg (§¿nA) CAPITAL. £3,000 IN 600 SHARES OF £5 EACH, Of which 100 Shares are alloted to the Perth Ice Company for the Good Will of same. PAYMENTS-10s. per Share on Application ; £2 per Share on Allotment, and balance by calls of not over £1 at intervals of not less than one month. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS : R. BARNFIELD, Esq., Fremantle. I C. HARPER, Esq., Guildford. J. FERGUSON, Esq., Perth. j W. MUMME, Esq., Perth. (With power to add to their number.) HOSOHABY SECBETABY : JAMES MORRISON, Esq. BANKEBS : THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN BANK. SOIICITOBS : MESSRS. STONE & BURT. OBJECTS OF THE COMPANY : 1.-To buy out the Perth Ice Company, and, in order to give the Public every opportunity of being interested in the undertaking, the original £250 shares are now being subdivided into £5 shares, thereby bringing the cost of a share within the means of all Ice consumers. The pur- chase, which would amount to £2,000, would include the Engine and Machinery, Cart, H...

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AN IMPOSTURE EXPOSED. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 5 November 1880

AN IMPOSTURE EXPOSED. To THE EDITOB OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. SIR,-lu the interests of literature will you kindly give publicity to the fact that the article which appeared in the Inquirer of this day headed, " Reflections on the Ocean," and signed " J. T.," is copied verbatim from Addison's Spectator Essay No. 489. Your obedient servant, J. C. H. JAMES. Nov. 3.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 5 November 1880

«MESPÖNBENEE. No notice cou be taken of anonymous communications Every letter must be accompanied by the name and ad. dress of tlie writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. We iii all cases claim tbe right to abbreviate or correct communicat ons. Unless accompanied by a stamped envelope, we cannot guarantee the return of declined MSS. Correspondents who persist in writing on both sides of toe paper, in violation of our rule, cannot expect their com. munications to be published.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 5 November 1880

(ADVT.)-HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.-Worthy of es- pecial note.-These purifying Pills excel every other medicine for regulating the digestion, acting healthily on the liver and bowels, invigorating the nervous system, and strengthening the body. They cause neither pain nor other inconvenience. At all seasons the circulation is liable to sudden checks. In such cases these Pills restore its balance, and ward off dangerous attacks of diarrhoea, dysentry, or cholera. They are the best correctives of the stomach, when disordered by over repletion or by the presence of indigestible food. They speedily rectify the flatulency, weight, and general uneasi- ness which are experienced in the bowels prior to the accession of more serious ailments, which de- bilitate, if they do not endanger. TO-MORROW. Saturday, November 6, AT 12 O'CLOCK. AT SOUTH JETTY. Ex "DOLPHIN." E. SOLOMON & CO. "WILL sell by Auction as above 100 Bags Prime LANCEFIELD . POTATOES,, 20 Bags Prime ONIONS. TEEMS AT TIME OF SALE. ...

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VOTE BY BALLOT, IN THE SURVEY OFFICE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 5 November 1880

VOTE BY BALLOT, IN THE SURVEY OFFICE. To THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. SIR,-I wish to call your attention to a notice in the Government Gazette of Nor. 2nd, having reference to the disposal of waste lands in the Kimberley District, which says : " lu the event " of two or more applications being made for " the same land, the decision will be by ballot, " conducted in, the Survey Department." This is certainly a nice little sentence, irrespective of the balloting business, to which I wish par- ticularly to refer. As a comparative stranger, intending to ap- ply for land in the said district, I consider I may be hardly dealt with by the officers of the Survey Department, should I have the misfor- tune to make application for the same block of land as other applicants, who may be better known to the clerks in the Survey Office, (who -judging, the wording of the notice-are to be the voters). That there is a probability of more than one application being received for the same piece of...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 5 November 1880

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTH. CLIFTON. - At Rosamel, on the 24th of Oct., the wife of J. E. M. Clifton, Esq., of a son.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BRITISH AND FOREIGN. [ASSOCIATED PRESS.] SPECIAL MISSION TO AFGHANISTAN. LONDON, Oct. 30. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 5 November 1880

TEJLEglÄfffig NEWS BRITISH AND FOREIGN. [ASSOCIATED PHESS.] SPECIAL MISSION TO AFGHANISTAN. LONDON, Oct. 30. Mr. Lyall, who was recently despatched to Afghanistan on a special mission, has reached C'andahar. He advocates the retention of that district hy the British, and recommends that the railway should he extended to the capital without delay. THE POPE AND THE IRISH AGI- TATORS. LONDON, Oct. 30. His Holiness the Pope has addressed a com- munication to the Bishops of Galway, "Water- ford, and Lismore, warning them against taking part in the land agitation at present convulsing their respective dioceses. THE SYSTEM OF EENEWING BILLS. LONDON, Oct. 30. A movement is on foot in mercantile circles, to abolish the present system of renewing hills. The movement is chiefly promoted hy business establishments connected with the Manchester trade, and is receiving the support of the lead- ing firms connected with the Australian trade. INCREASE OF IRISH CONSTABULARY. LONDON, Oct. 30. In conse...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 5 November 1880

TBINITY CHURCH, PERTH. THE Rev. JOSEPH ODGERS will (D.V.) preach nest Sunday, morning and evening. Evening Subject : The Befuge of God. Service at 11 a.m., and 7 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, PEBTH. THE Rev. DAVID SHEARER, M.A., will (D.V.) preach next Sunday, morning and evening. Evening Subject : The Gospel, the power of God Service at 11 a.m., and 7-30 p.m.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 5 November 1880

i Intimations. Perth Ice Company (Limited.) -o THE PERTH ICE COMPANY (LIMITED), will commence the delivery of Ice to Cus- tomers, on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd. Scale of PRICES for PERTH and FRE- MANTLE, as under : s.d. Seven 20|Ibs. slabs per week (delivered ) jg Q « "^ daily;-Sunday excepted } " 10 lbs. do. do. do. 7 6 Three 10 lbs. do. (in three deliveries) 4 0 Larger quantities by special arrangement. Non-subscribers, 2id. per lb. Special arrangements will be made with re- sidents in Guildford. {ST Persons wishing to subscribe for the season (from Nov. 2nd, 1880, to 1st April, 1881) will kindly notify in writing to the Manager the amount they will take per week. J.M. FERGUSON, Manager. Perth, Oct. 26. EASTERN RAILWAY. THE Public are hereby particularly request- ed to avoid driving or riding over the railway crossings on the Fremantle and Guild- ford Railway whilst the train is in sight or the alarum whistle is being sounded. JOHN ROBB, Contractor. Fremantle, September 7,1880. s, NOTIC...

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INTER-COLONIAL. RAILWAY LABOURERS' STRIKE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, NOV. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 5 November 1880

INTER-COLONIAL. BALLWAY LABOUREES' STBIKE IN I SOUTH AUSTRALIA. 1 ADELAIDE, NOV. 2. | Seven hundred labourers employed on the Nairne Railway have struck work. The men were receiving 7s. 6d. a day for nine hours labour, but they are dissatisfied with that wage, and want the same amount of pay for eight hours' work. A FATAL AFFRAY. ADELAIDE, Nov. 2. Two of the navvies who have struck work on the Nairne Railway hada quarrel this morning aboutjreligion. One of them, a man named Walsh stabbed the other disputant (Bell), with a knife, and the latter soon died from the effects of the injury which he received. MELBOURNE CUP. MEIBOUBSE, Nor. 3. A handicap sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each, with 500 added. The second horse to receive 200 sovs., and the third 100, out of the stake. Two miles. (109 subs.) Mr. W. A. Long's b.c. Grand Flaneur, 4yrs., (6st. lOlbs.) ... r. 1 Mr. W. Branch's b.c. Progress, 4 yrs., (5st. 71bs.) . . 2 Mr. F. R. L. Rossi's b.h. Lord Burghley, 6 yrs., (7st. albs.) . 3 It is ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 5 November 1880

Intimations. THE UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA ESTABLISHED 1837.] ~T iT"J\/T \ ' T"1 r~» iT *) [IJÎCORPOBATED 1880. Paid-up Capital, ¿£1,500,000 ; Besene) Pnnds ¿816,500; together ? . \ £2,316,500 Keserve Liability of Proprietors 3,000,000 Total Capital and Reserve Funds ¿£5,316,500 WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Jilt ANCHIS S opened at Perfil (with Agency at Guildford), Yorli, Albany, Geraldton, and Fremantle. J. T. DENNY, Manager at Perth. October 1st. SEASONABLE MERCHANDIZE -«NOW ON VIEW«»* AT THE ESTABLISHMENTS OP PADBUBY, LOTON, & CO., Perth and Guildford. OUR Men's Clothing, Furnishing, Fancy Drapery, Hosiery, Haber- dashery, and Boot and Shoe Departments will be found well supplied with an IMMENSE ASSORTMENT of NEW and USEFUL ARTICLES, including MANY NOVELTIES. We have a large and well-selected | Stock of Groceries, Confectionery, Oil- men's Stores, Cutlery, Ironmongery, and General Hardware, Glass, China, and ! Earthenware. WINES, SPIRITS, BEER, and COR \ DIALS of well-known reliable ...

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THE CESSION OF DULCIGNO. CONSTASTINOPLE, NOV. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 5 November 1880

THE CESSION OP DÜICIGÍÍO. COXSTASTISOPLE, JNOV. 2. Dervish Pasha left, a few days ago, with reinforcements, numbering 3000 men, forDul cigno, but the vessels in which they embarked were not able to proceed beyond Corfu, owing to the tempestuous weather. Biza Pasha con- tinues in his endeavours to induce the Albanians to yield to the demand of the Porte. With a view to enforce compliance, the troops under Biza Pasha have occupied, in force, the town of Haskem, in order to be better able to control the march of his events._

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 5 November 1880

intimations. Western Australian Agricultu- ral Association. PATHOS- : HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. PliKSIDKXT : E. T. HOOLEY, ESQ. THE FIFTH EXHIBITION of this Association will be held at the Swan Agricultural Society's Show Grounds, Guildford, on AVEDNESDAY, November 10th, 18S0. Doors open to the public at 12 noon ; admission, Is. each. On FRIDAY, November 12th, 1880, the Annual General Meeting will take place at 3 p.m., in the Town Hall, Perth, to which tie public arc invited. SCHEDULE OF PRIZES FOR 1880. SHEEP. Imported-Best Merino Earn . Bett Long Wool Barn Colonial-Best Long Wool Barn. Second best . Best 10 Long Wool Ewes ... Second best . Beat 10 Long Wool Lambs ... Second best . Best Merino Barn . Second best ... Best pen of 10 Merino Ewes... Second best . Best pen of 10 Merin» Lambs Second best . Best 10 Fat Wethers. Second'beat . * Best Fine Wool Fleece Best Long Wool Fleece CATTLE. Imported-Best Bull ... ' . Colonial-Best Bull . Second best . Best Dairy Cow in Milk Second ...

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[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ALBANY, NOV. 4. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 5 November 1880

[BY ELECTBIC TELEGBAPH.] ALBANY, NOV. 4. Arrived, at 12-15 to-day, from the Eastern co- lonies, the Boyal Mail steamer, Hydaspes. Passen- gers for this colony-Messrs. Clifton, Ince, Neill, Buzzard, and Newell.

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