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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 July 1882

PUBLIC NOTICE. ? The Pkoprietors of the Inquirer have made arrangements to post to .their sub-, scribers who reside in towns beyond direct railway communication, a copy of the 'DAILY NEWS' gratis on mail days. This will give the country subscribers the latest news obtainable, and be equal o three issues weekly. Persons not desirous to become subscrib ers to the Daily News will kindly -return- their copy to this office, otherwise their names will be entered as subscribers. ' - : STIRLING BROS.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL WEDNESDAY, JULY 26. THE ADDRESS-IN-REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 July 1882

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, July 26. The Addbess-in-EkpiiT. Mr. E. Haraersley moved that an address in reply to the Speech delivered by His Excellency be presented to him. The hon. crentleman, whose voice was inaudible, spoke m high terms 01 His .Excellency the Governor's policy in regard to the loan for the extension of the Eastern Railway and other works of importance ; he spoke warmly on the necessity for harbor accommodation at Premantle, and thought other works might he sacrificed to this one. He enter tained a doubt whether .£10,000 would be a sufficient sum to effect the necessary work. Mr. McKenzie Grant seconded the motion, and. congratulated the House upon the Speech that had been delivered by His Excellency the Governors- He gave him great credit for the able manner in whi«h he had husbanded the finances of the colony, at the same time he believed that great credit was due to the Council, who had fought for those liberties that were enjoyed by other Government. He sai...

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DEPUTATION TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 July 1882

DEPUTATION TO HIS EXCEL LENGY THE GOVERNOR. - A deputation, introduced by Mr. J. G. .Lee v Steere, M.L.C., and consisting of Messrs. S. Hamersley, R. Hardey, W. G. Johnson. Measrher, Morrison, and J. Thomp son, waited upon His Excellency the Governor at noon, yesterday, with reference to the proposed bridge over the. river at West' Guildi'ord. The Government, many » years ago, was pledged to erect a brjdge across the Swan at West Guildford, but nothing eventua.ted, untilrecently, when it was suggested that a foob-bridge should be erected alongside the railway bridge. The deputation represented to His Excellency that this was undesirable; the residents required a light traffic bridge, and it was hoped, in view of the impetus given to the town by the railway, that the inhabitants of West Guildford should have the advantage of communication, otherwise they would be completely isolated. His Excellency, after ?courteously listening to the remarks of several gentlemen on the subject, in f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 July 1882

THOMPSON, SENDEY & 00., AUCTIONEERS, LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, SHIPPING & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, MOUATT STREET-FREMANTLE, AND HAY STREET— PERTH. P THOMPSON, SENDEY & CO.' vjf. have to arrive per ' Annie Mc Donald,' from; London, and which will be submitted to Auction as soon as landed. \. ? 10 cases Roses Limejnice 5 „ Light Ball Bine 20 „ Sardines, ^ and -£? tins 31 „ Salmon, lib. tins 10 „ , Fresh Herrings, lib. tins ,10^ ,. Castor Oil, \ pts. 20: ,,, Salad Oil, £ and \ pts. 35 „ Bottled Fruits, each 2 doz. 20 „ Jams, lib. tins 25 „ Piokles, each 3 doz. 120 bags London Dressed Rice 30 cases Colman's Starch 100 boxes Candles, each 251b. 3 cases Bell's English Hams 3 ? j, „ ,, Bacon. 10 „ Currants 20 ,, Raisins (Elemes.) The whole of the above lines having been bought on very cheap terms,' 'will positively be sold at a very slight advance on invoice price. For date oi Sale see future announcement. GEO. THOMPSON, SENDEY & CO. Have on Sale ex Recent A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 July 1882

,- ? . . . . . , . ^ PERTH, W.A. Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19,por For £33,'or For £50.' Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, winch ? will be forwarded Post Free on application. * Four-room Cottage Furnished Por £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 For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. d Q to B S r g H 4 H 0 CD ? SMITE &, Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantlepieces, Slonldings, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings. CARPETS PLANNED, LAID & MADE. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN ? _4 ? ' ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ♦ CARVERS 9 f PICTURE FRAMERS. It* *J i ^ 3 H B- D 50 o 0 PICTURES Mounted, JSTKETCHED, AND FRAMED. CARPETS MADE. SMITH & CO., CaMiiet Makers. SMITH & CO. DOOHS, SASHES, ©HO3P FITTINGS, AND MANTLEPIECES, ...

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The Daily News. FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 July 1882

FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1882.   The Report of the Acting Commis- sioner of Railways is interesting and useful, and in most respects satis-   factory. The passenger traffic on the Eastern line has exceeded the anti- cipations of the most sanguine, the revenue ' being in' excess of the ex penditure. JYoni what we had heard fears were entertained that the ex penditure would have been far -in excess of the receipts ; we ai-M glad, therefore,, to find that the charges for, the maintenance of permanent way, traffic, locomotives, carriages, and wagons, amounting to £6,477,- have been covered by the receipts, £6*,583, leaving a balance to the credit of the railway income. There is no doubt that next year the traffic will be yet higher, especially the goods' traffic, which, with all deference to the rail way 'department, has, iii our opinion, been greatly neglected. ' The receipts, .£1,201, should have been quadrupled, and we trust immediate steps will be taken to improve ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. SHIPPING REPORT ARRIVED — July 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 July 1882

COMMERCIAL. SHIPPING REPORT ARRIVED— July 26. 'ARIEL,' schooner, 75 tons,' James' Craig,' master, from Singapore, via Champion Bay. Passengers — Mr. T. Bandy and 18 Chinese coolies. July 27, ? OTWAY, s.s., 277 tons, J. Craig, master, from Albany, via Vasse and Bunbury. Passengers— From Albany to Fremantle : The Hon. J. J. Casey, Messrs. Bignell; Wallace, C. H. Compton, and A G. Rosser,' From Albany to Geraldton : — Messrs. W. H. Gale, and G. A. Hodges. From Bun bury to Fremantle : — Mr. T. C- .Carey, and one in the steerage. From Bunbury to Fremantle : one invalid Pensioner. From Bunbury to Geraldton : one Chinese. SAILED— July 25. DOLPHIN, barque, 345 tons, W. Llew ellin, master, for Melbourne. Passengers — ? Mrs. Dobbs, Messrs. Pass and Dobbs. DAWN, schooner, 63 tons, Scott, master, for Cossack. Passengers — W. Cusack, D. McRae, McCarthy, Geo. Jewell, J. Spencer, Kerr, Quinlan, Cousins, T. Must, Thomp son, Pettit, H. Cusack. * IVY, schooner, 59 tons, H. Makaals, master, for Bunbur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 29 July 1882

TO ABRIVB! PER 'MART BLAIR.' 10 tons Duffield's Superfine Flour 20 „ Magarey's do. 10 „ „ Honsehold Flour. RATES LOW. E. KAY C0URTHOPE, Perth. July 25, 1882. . TO HOTELKEEPERS & PRIVATE CONSUMERS. T- ECBNTLT Landed :— JLl 20 cases Teunaut's Stout, qnarfcs 30 cases Flowers' Ale, quarts, 30 cases .Bass' Ale, pints, &c. E, KAY COURTHOPE, Perth. July 25, 1882. ? ON SALE. 5 TONS Bran, 50 bags Barley, 30 bads Oats. *E. KAY COURTHOPE, Perth. July 25, 1882. LIGHT ! LIGHT ! LIGHT ! 'VTOW on hand, a few cases LIGHT 1- OF THE AGE. Price, 24s. per case.— E. K. OOURTHOPE, Hay Street, Perth. Jaiy 25, 1882. FOR SALE. — A Magnificent Oblique Trichord Pianoforte, by Broad wood, in first rate order. Price £90. A New Pianojtokte, by Goddard. Price £45. A splendid 9-stop Chamber Organ, by Alexandra. Price, £40. A capital Pianoforte, by Stodart. Price, £18. Applv to -COURTHOPE & CO. ? * Perth. July 25, 1882. PHCENIX FIRE OFFICE, Lombard Street and Charing Cross, LONDON. Establish...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 29 July 1882

! blindness, Deafness, Etc. PROFESSORS ^E & A. MITCHELL, I 4» (from London) r J''- lists, Aurists, and Specialists. IWK arrived in Perth, after a long ,\ I succossrul professional tour. JBHrofessi.'-s MiTcnELii may be consulted Wmi Jtll diseases of the eye, eai-, throat, nose, Illjc., which are treated by them in accord Biice with the most modern and improved jlS'atenis of practice. ? BaThe Perth practice of Professors B. & A. BBritcholl being1 so large as to fully occupy H|ioir time, they regret to announce that Hticir consulting Rooms at Fremautle will hBc closed ieff the future. The patients are 8a therefore requested to attend at the B^IVATE CONSULTING ROOHS, H Beaconsneld Cottage, Hvellington Street, opposite Stirling Street, ffl Perth. S|| Ho'.W of consultation: — From 9 to 11 HI a.m., and from 4 co 6 p.m. Hta, Busselton, March 11, 1S82. HPkot^essor B. Mitchell, Oculist and Aurist, ? ^orth. ? Dear Sir, — I beg to tender you the H?mcerest thanks of myself and fa...

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The Daily News. SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 29 July 1882

SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1882. Mr. Nathaniel Howelx, a barrister of the Supreme Court, had. the credit of eliciting exceptional evidence at a recent trial of persons charged -with stealing cloth from the police stores at Perth. It will be in the recollection of our readers that two nien, named Hester and Dawes, were tried in January last for the offence referred to, and- that the Counsel for the defence^ put into the witness box a prisoner of the Crown, who admit ted that he had stolen the cloth by a very clever contrivance, having, in fact secured during the absence of the police, the key of a room which led into another room, the bolt of - the door of which he unscrewed ; proof of which was given by his stat ing that he had lost a screw of the bolt, and had stopped the hole with soap, and that he had given the. cloth to a lad named Burkinshaw. William Regan, a witness, swore to his having seen Crogan haud a parcel to George Burkinshaw, and ride away with it, and to his having so informe...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, JULY 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 29 July 1882

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY. July 2S. The Speaker took the Chair at 7 pan. NEW BILLS. Lord Gifford moved the Reading, for the irst time, of the following Bills. For imposing duties on imported 'roods and for exemption of certain goods from duties. To repeal the present law relating to hawkers and pedlars, aud to substitute other provisions in lieu thereof. To regulate the breadth of wheels ou cer tain vehicles and the weights to be carried thereon, and for other purposes. The Attorney Genei-al — To amend certain clerical aud other errors aud omissions ?which occur in various Acts of the Legisla ture of the colony. The second reading of these Bills was fixed for Monday next, 31st July. On the motion of the Attorney General, Mr. J. G. Lee Steere, the lion, member for the Swan, was appointed a member of the Law aud Parliamentary Library Committee. POOR HOUSE DISCIPLINE BILL. Lord Gifford, in moving the second read ing of this Bill, stated that it was with some regret the Government fou...

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POLICE COURT—FREMANTLE. Wednesday 26th JULY. (Before J. G. Slade, Esq., R.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 29 July 1882

PO TjICF, GO URT— FREMANTLE. Wednesday 26th July. (Before J. O. Slade, Esq., R.M.) An unfortunate loolrmg om woman, namea. ?Maiia Brown, pleaded guilty tohavingbeen drunk on the previous day. As she was on the prohibited list, the bench sentenced her to 21 days. . . , ,, ? ? Two unfortunate gins, *wy ^u.^^^ and Rosa Smith, confessed that they amused themselves by fighting in High Street, at half past ten o'clock the night before. The Magistrate inquired if they had used any bad language, and upon being answered in the negative he ordered them to be imprisoned for 14 days each, adding that if they had been guilty of using bad anguftge, he would have sentenced them too la month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 29 July 1882

THOMPSON, SENDEY & 00., AUCTIONEERS, LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, SHIPPING & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, MOTJATT STREET-FREMANTLE, AND HAY STREET— PERTH. G THOMPSON, SENDEY & CO. . have to arrive per ' Annie. Mc Donald,' from London, and which will be submitted to Auction as soon as landed. 10 cases Roses Limejuice 5 „ Light Ball Blue 20 „ Sardines, £? and £ tins 31 „ Salmon, lib. tins 10 „ Fresh Herrings, lib. tins 10 „ Castor Oil, £ pts. 20 „ Salad Oil, £ and \ pfcs. 35 „ Bottled Fruits, each 2 doz. 20 „ Jams, lib. tins 25 „ Pickles, each 3 doz. 120 bags London Dressed Rice 30 cases Column's Starch 100 boxes Candles, each 251b. 3 cases Bell's English Hams 3 „ „ „ Bacon 10 „ Currants 20 „ Raisins (Elemes.) The whole of the above lines having been bought on very cheap terms, will positively be sold at a very slight advance on invoice price. For date of Sale see future announcement. GEO. THOMPSON, SENDEY & CO. Have on Sale ex Recent Arrivals, A large and var...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 29 July 1882

[?] Three-room Cottage Furnished For £195'or For £33, or For £50 : Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room' Cottage Furnished Por £4*6, 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 For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. *T ? d : D .i -j -fi £ 1 H ,-J Elensliliags, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Conutcrs, aad Shop Fittings. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN ? : — -♦ ? ; — . Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ? » PICTURE FRAMERS. S H i 'T1 .6. H « H 50 0 0 PICTURES Mounted, STEETCHED, AND FEAMED. V'! ? CARPETS MADE. [?] DOORS, SASHES, FITTINGS, AND IMTLEPIECES, CARPETS MADE. o OS ? B *? t S FT!. D g-5! ? HI H (CZjCI^ [?] Household Furniture, Bedding, Picture Frames, Picture Mouldings, Bedsteads. - Cots. SMITH &amp...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 29 July 1882

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. DEATH. GRESSWELL.—At his residence, Ade-     laide Terrace, Perth, on the 27th instant, John Gresswell, goldsmith and jeweller, in his 84th year ; much regretted by his sorrowing wife and daughter, and his numerous relatives and friends.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 31 July 1882

? Without Reserve ! Without Reserve ! COURT HO PB & -CO. have received instructions to - offer for sale at their Mart, Hay Street, Perth, on THURSDAY, the 3rd August, 1382 — A number of unredeemed Pledges, ' Ocarinas, Rack Combs, Fine Tooth do., Ltooking Glasses, Purses, Glassware, Brace and Bits, &c, &c. Also will be offered, if time permits, — Cheriton Oranges, Onions, &c. Nearly all Lots Without Reserve. Perth, 31st July, 1882. TO HOTELKEEPERS & PRIVATE CONSUMERS. 'O ECENTLY Landed :— JLi, 20 cases Tennaut's Stout, quarts 30 cases Flowers' Ale, quarts, 30 cases iisxaa' Ale, pints, »co. ? E, KAY COURTHOPE, Perth. July 25, 1882. ON SALE. £T TON'S Emu, 50 bags Barley, 30 *J bau? Oats. *E. KAY COURTHOPE, Perth. . July 25, 1882. LIGHT ! LIGHT ! LIGHT ! . NOW on band, a few cases LIGPIT OF THE AGE. Price, 24s. per ease.— E. K. COURTHOPE, Hay Street. Perth July 25, 1SS2. J7\0R SALE. — A Magnificent Oblique JL/ Trichord Pianoforte, by Broad - wood,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 31 July 1882

Blindness, Deafness, Etc. FROFESSORS B. & A. HITCI1ELL, (from London ) Oculists, Aurists, and Specialists. TT1YE arrived in Perth, after a, long ASjL aud successi'ul professional' tour, professors Mitchell may be consulted ou all diseases of the eye, ear, throat, nose, etc., which are treated by them in accord ance -with the most modern aud improved systems of practice. The Perth practice of Professors B. & A. Mitchell being so large as to fully occupy their time, they regret to announce that their consulting Kooms at Fremantle will bo closed for the future. The patients are therefore requested to attend at the .PESIVATS CONSULTING ROO3IS, Beaconsiield Cottage, Wellington Street, opposite Stirling Street, Perth. ^ Hours of consultation : — From 0 to 11 a.m., and from 4 to 6 p.m. TESTXSJLOJXXJLlmSm Bussolton, March 11, 1SS2. Peofessor B. Mitchell, Oculist and Aurist, Perth. Dear Sir, — I beg to tender you the siucerest thanks of myself and family for your attentive an...

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CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 31 July 1882

CABLE TELEGRAMS. (ASSOCIATED PBESS TETjEGBAMS.) LONDON, July 25. Frightful scenes have been enacted at Tantah town, half way between Alexand ria, aud Cairo. The Alexandrian mob are advancing into the interior, destroying everything that comes in their way. The mob reached town yeste /day,, aud immediately commenc ed an indiscriminate massacre of Europeans and others. About thirteen hundred were butchered in cold blood, aud the bodies of the victims were fearfully mutilated ; some were literally cut to pieces, while others were dismembered and mauy disembowel led. The mob brought a quantity of petroleum aud set the whole town a blaze, and at. the scene the women played a prominent part in the atrocities and acted with extraordinary fury and cruelty. About one hundred Europeans who were attacked succeeded in ropelliug the assailants, and wore ultimately saved by the intervention of Sheiks and other leading men of the town. Steps have been taken by the British troops at Alexandria to p...

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The Daily News. MONDAY, JULY 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 31 July 1882

MONDAY, ^TULY 31.' Objection has been taken to the appointment of an Inspector of Volunteers. An elector at the recent meeting of the honorable members for Perth disapproved the appointment, and our hypercritical bi-weekly con temporary, as usual, sparing of praise, and always disposed to view in a bad light any action of the Governor, has twitted him with not having read the Votes and Proceedings of the Legisla tive Council during the regime of his predecessor. The Editor of that journal, being himself a member of the Legislature, and, as such, having seen the correspondence that had taken place between His Excellency and Mr. Steere, showed bad taste in seeking to throw a shadow of doubt on the assurance of His Excellency to the members of. the Council that he had not the least idea that the ques tion of appointment of an Inspector of Volunteers had been brought before the House. It is very possible that during the consideration of the Es timates the necessity for this a})point rno...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, July 28. THE ADDRESS-IN-REPLY. [Continued from Saturday.] [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 31 July 1882

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL FRIDAY, July 28. The Address-in-beply. ['Continued from Saturdav.l Mr. S. H. Parker referring to the action of the House in promoting the interests of the colony, said more would have done but for the obstructiveness of the Government, and the railway to i. ork would have been completed two years ago instead of half-way, and in all probability it would have been constructed at a cheaper rate. Referring to the steam service he thought Bunbury and the Vasse had had great cause for complaint when it was found that iu fine weather a call of only half an hour was made, and goods on board for Bunbury were deliberately carried on to Fremantle and re-shipped. While agreeing with the lion, member for the Swan in respect to immigration, he would go further ; it should go hand in hand with public works and on a large scale. He thought it an unfortunate remark of the Governor as to the limit of our borrowing powers. His Excellency had anticipated a surplus of twelve thousand...

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