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

Mr. D. Gray's tender for the erection of two Villas in Hay Street, for Mr. J.M. Patton, on an improved design, has been accepted.

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

THOMPSON, SENDEE & CO., AUCTIONEERS, LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, SHIPPING & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, MOTJATT STREET-FREMANTLE, AND HAY STREET— PERTH. G THOMPSON, SENDEY & CO. . bavo 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, j and £ tins 81 „ Salmon, lib. tins 10 „ Fresh Herrings, lib. tins 10 „ Castor Oil, £ pts. 20 „ Salad Oil, £ and I pts. 35 „ Bottled Fruits, each 2 doz. 20 „ Jams, lib. tins 25 „ Pickles, each 8 doz. 120 bags London Dressed Rice 30 cases Colman's Starch ]00 boxes Candles, each 251b. 8 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 varie...

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

[?] ? Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19.^01' For £33/or For £50'. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished Por £46, or For £63, cr : Por £84. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished For £95, or Por £152, or For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. 6 0 i h 3 h o Moiildiiigs, Skirtiaigs Afi'cbitraves, Shop Coimtes, asad Shop Fittings. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEI^ ? ^. ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ? » ? PICTURE FRAMERS. U2 \ S H i f ^ Til p V* PICTURES Mounted, STEETCHED, AND TEAMED. CARPETS MADE. [?] DOOKS, SASHES, S II O JE* FITTINGS, AND* MANTLEPIECES, CARPETS MADE. . _ I N DC £^ ffi Q 5 ESS «dT Ein3 -in ^™ fc^=i [?] SMITH & CO., ' Household Furniture, Bedding, Picture Frames, Picture Mouldings, Bedsteads. Cots. MTTTT iv CO Steam Saw Mills, St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 August 1882

[?] Three-room Cottage Furnished For aGlOror For £38* or For c£50.' - Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application^ Four-room Cottage Furnished ? Por £46, or For £63, or . ' For £84. . .,. / Send for; detailed Furniture Catalogue, widen will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Voltage Furnished For £95, or For £152, or For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. 0 O a Q H E ® ? H -j ? H 0 SMITH &? Co. manufacture- Doors, Sashes, Mantlepieces, MiDiildings, Skirtings Architraves, Shop Counters, aud Shop Fittings. FURNITUBEWAREHOU.SEMEN ? : — « ? : ? ' ..'??? :'' ' Mattrasses, Palliasses, ? COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. . ♦ ? PICTURE FRAMERS. o Mi . m M ' Q 0 PICTURES Mounted, STEETCHED, AND TEAMED. .CARPETS MADE. [?] DOOES, SASHES, FITTINGS, AND Ik MANTLEPIECES, CARPETS MADE. o ? g i p ejli ri^ Fi P 'Pi i'1 q - ^-) ! ?''?'! - ? . ' — ! 1 -a »- ;-n ' i Ml - s p ? s ! ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 August 1882

IV O T X O EJ . EASTERN RAILWAY, THE Omnibua ' PIONEER' will rmv daily to meet the arrival and' departure of each train at the' Perth Rail way Station. Within a radius of half a mile on all macadamised roads, the fare will be SIXPENCE. The ' Pioneer' will call for passengers when required. PARCELS will be booked either to Fremantle or Guildford, at Railway rates, afc the Booking Office or on delivery to the driver. The ' Pioneer' will call at each of the principal Hotels in the city, each trip, ft©' Booking Office— Hay Street, Perth. J. SUMMERS, Proprietor. JOHN SUMMERS, Undertaker, and General Funeral, Furnisher. HAY STREET, PERTH. TjTUNERALS conducted in any part of J. the colony, and all details- connected therewith attended to at the shortest notice by telegram or otherwise. Funeral Hearses and Coaches always ready. ON HAND AND FOR SALE : Monumental Head and Tomb Stones, with handsome Iron Railings, supplied and! erected complete. JOHN SUMMERS. Perth, July 26, 1882. JOHN SUMMERS...

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FISH AND MEAT AS FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 August 1882

FISH AND MEAT AS FOOD. There is some danger, 'of the fish question' falling out of memory. This is not to be tolerated after the interest which has been excited, and for some time- main tained, in connection with this important phase of the food problem. Whatever may be the nutritious value of fish as food — and we believe that to be very great — it must be evident that a full and cheap supply of fish would react so as to produce a lowering of the price of butcher's meat. The ' 23uivey ors,' as they liked to be called, are en couraged, and, in truth, enabled to keep up the price of flesh because there is nothiug to compete with it as a staple of the common food of the people. A revival of the old and healthy habit of living largely on fish would place the meat sujrply on an entirely new footing. ' This is manifest on the- face of thu facts ; but what may not bo equally appai-eut, though it is scarcely less note worthy, is the consideration that nervous diseases and weakness increase...

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BIOGRAPHY OF GENERAL SKOBELOFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 August 1882

BIOGRAPHY OF GENERAL SKOBELOFF. The Hero o£ Plevna, as our readers are aware, died early this month. The following sketch of his brilliant career will be read with interest : — Skobeloff, Michael, a Russian General, born in the district of Raizan, near Moscow, in 1843, and educated in the Military Aca demy at St Petersburg, where he graduated in 1868 as officer of the staff. Without entering the Guard, he went to Turkestan in 1868, where he commanded a company of Cossacks. He remained there till 1871, when he went to the Caucasus, and was attached to the staff of the Grand Duke Michael. In March, 1877, he was recalled and appointed on the staff of the Grand Duke Michael of. Kischeneff. For a short time he was chief of staff to his father, who commanded an independent division of cavalry. This being broken up he served as a volunteer at the crossing of the Danube, which he swam on horseback, and led a bayonet charge against the Turkish position. Before Kradener's attack on Plevna on ...

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THE ASSASSINATION SOCIETY OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 August 1882

THE ASSASSINATION SOCIETY OF IRELANU. An Irish exchange devotes eight colums to 'what it describes as an extraordinary statement purporting -to be the history of the tragedy by one of the assassins. It -was received from London, bearing the London postmark ' Slay 17,' and bore in the usual way the Holy head and Kingston packet sfcainp. It is a recital for which our con temporory can find no parallel. A leading article points out what is considered several marks of authenticity. The document is certainly a very remarkable one. After a lengthy introduction, the origin and history of the Irish Assassination Society is given. ' The society,' it says, ' has its president and branches all over Ireland, and a few in England, Scotland, and 'Wales. On Lord Cavendish's appointment, a meeting was convoked and the policy of Mr. Gladstone denounced. The murder of Lord Cavendish was then arranged, and it was decided not to take Mr. Burke's life unless he helped Lord Cavendish to resist.' ' The pr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW FINANCIAL SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 August 1882

THE NEW FINANCIAL SECRE TARY OF THE TREASURY. Mr. Leonard Henry Courtney, who has been appointed the successor of the late Lord Frederick Cavendish in. the office of Financial Secretarv of the Treasury, is the eldest son of the late Mr. John S. Courtney, of Alvertion House, Penzance, Cornwall, by his marriage with Miss Sarah Mortimer, and was born in 1832. He was educated at St. John's College, Cambridge, of which he became a Fellow. He took his Bachelor's degree, being second Wrangler and bracke ted first Smith's Palzeman, in 1S55. Mr. Courtney was called to the Bar at Lincoln's inn in Trinity term, 1S58. From 1S72 to 1S75 he was Professor of Political Economy at University College, London, and. from 1.87a till 1875 held the post of Examiner in Constitutional History in that University. He has represented the borough of Liskeard in Parliament since 1S76. He was appoint ed Under-Secretary for the Home Depart ment in 1880, and Under-Secretary for the Colonies in 1881.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 August 1882

THOMPSON, SENDEY & 00,, AUCTIONEERS, LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, SHIPPING^ GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, MOTJATT STREET-FREMANTLE, AND HAT 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, J and ?§? tins 81 „ Salmon, lib. tins 10 „ Fresh Herrings, lib. tins 10 „ Castor Oil, £ pts. 20 „ Salad Oil, i and | pts. 35 „ Bottled Fruits, each 2 doz. 20 „ Jams, lib. tins 25 „ Pickles, each 3 doz. 120 bags London Dressed Rice 30 cases Column's Stai'ch 300 boxes Caudles, 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 of Sale see future announcement. GEO. THOMPSON, SENDEY & CO. Have on Sale ex Recent Arrivals, A large and varied as...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE LAST DAYS OF GUITEAU. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 August 1882

THE LAST DAYS OF QUITE AU. Washington, June 1st. — The condemned assassin realises that every succeeding day hastens him nearer that timo when the sen tence of the law will be executed. The cheerful demeanor and hopeful expressions which have characterised him throughout have vanished. The familiar accent and bravado are gone, and in their stead the ashen hue of terror has appeared. Reading and -writing — once the favorite occupations of the assassin — are not now resorted to. His earnest ponderings are only relieved when occasionally he paces the stone floor of his cell, unmindful of the death watch, ? whose eyes are over upon him, wringing his hands, and talking in the most incoherent manner. A few nights since he repaired to his cot about ten o'clock, and in less than half-an-hour woke in the most startled manner, looking wildly around, and ex claimed, 'I see horribles phantoms before me ! What shall I do ! My poor brain reels. Oh, why did I assassinate him ?' It took some time t...

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ODE ON THE DEATH OF GARIBALDI. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 August 1882

ODE ON THE DEATH OF GARIBALDI. The following Ode, on the death of Gene ral Garibaldi, appears in one of our ex changes : — Oh, comrades, wreathe a garland . Of never fading flowers, 'To place upon the tombvof him Who shattered tyrants' powers. A patriot has fallen, A kingly man has died, A builder of a nation Has passed life's eventide ; For the dark black night, of death Has shi'ouded from our view 'The man who rock-like stood 'To his country ever true. His battle strife's now over, The warrior is at rest, But his life work still remains, And his memory aye is blest;' Free Italy's his monument And deathless his renown ; Deliverer of his country, He wears the patriot's crown. ?Oh, give to us the heart-beats That throbbed so brave and true Beneath that red shirt, oftimes marked By the blood of those he slew. So we will trample under All freedom's foes accurst, Midst all the deathless loves of earth Place love to country first. C.H.P. June 12, 1882.

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A CURIOUS EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 August 1882

A CURIOUS EDITOR. It is not often that you hear of an editor with any curiosity. Most of them accept car jhquakes. tornadoes, murders, fires, and floods as evervdav occurrences, and even a nitro-glycerine explosion next door would not disturb. one of the species very much. A French editor, however., hod a curisoity to know how a person feels when drowning. Ho therefore put up a job on himself. Hi? arranged to come within a hair's breadth of drowning, but was to bo pulled up in the nick of time, rolled on a barrel!, hauled over the sand, thumped on the stomach, and otherwise resuscitated. All wont well dur ing the first act. He leaped into the water, refused to struggle, and he gradually sank from sight. At the proper moment he -was hauled up by a rope, and act second com menced. This was an occasion where an editor was too smart. They rolled him according to programme, and seven or eight men tired themselves with rubbing him, and hanging him up head downwards, but he was a dead man....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 August 1882

TO ARRIVE! PER 'MART BLAIR.' 10 tons Duffield's Superfine Flour 20 „ Magarey's do. 10 „ „ Honsehold Flour. RATES LOW. E. KAY COUKTHOPE, Perth. -July -25, 1882. TO HOTELKEEPERS & PRIVATE CONSUMERS. T- ECENTLY Landed :— XV 20 cases Teunaut's Stout, quarts 30 cases Flowers' Ale, quarts, 80 cases ? .Bass' Ale, piuts, hu. E, KAY COURTHOPE, Perth. July 25, 18S2. ON SALE. pf T'ONS Bran, 50 bags Barley, 30 £) bags Oats. E. KAY COURTHOPE, Perth. July 25, 1882. LIGHT ! LIGHT ! LIGHT ! NOW on hand, a few cases LIGHT OF THJi! AGE. Price, 24S. per case.— E. K. COURTHOPE, . Hay Street, Perth. July 25, 18S2. 1710R SALE. — A Magnificent Oblique J Trichord Pianoforte, by Broad wood, in first rate order. Price £90. A New Pianofoute, by Goddard. Price £45. A splendid 9-stop Chamber Organ, ?by Aloxandre. Price, £40. A capital Pianoforte, by Stodart. . -Price, £18. Apply to- COURTHOPE & CO. Perth. July 25, 18S2. PHCENIX EIRE OFFICE, LosijJABD Street and Chaking Cuoss, LONDON. Established...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 August 1882

Blindness, Deafness, £tc. PROFESSORS B. & A. MITCHELL, (from London ) Oculists, Aurists, and Specialists. HAVE arrived in Perth, after a long and successful professional tour. Professors Mitchell may be consulted on all diseases of the eye, ear, throat, nose, etc., which are treated by them in accord ance with the most modern and 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 Rooms at F.remantle will be closed for the future. The patients are therefore requested to attend at the PRIVATE CONSULTING ROOMS, BeaconsfLeld Cottage, Wellington Street, opposite Stirling Street, Perth. Hours of consultation: — From 9 to 11 a.m., and from 4 co 6 p.m. TBSTIMOISriALS. Btisselton, March 11, 1SS2. Professor B . Mitchell, Oculist and Aurist, Perth. Dear Sir, — I beg to tender yon the sincerest thanks of myself and family for your attentive and effectual treat...

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THE CRICKET SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 August 1882

THE GRICKET SCANDAL. The cricket scandal is now a matter of notoriety, through the recent publication of several letters in the London news papers. The Times declares that the cricketers or England demand that a public repudiation, in the most explicit terms, shall be subscribed to by all members of the team. The first letter upon the subject was one from Lord Harris, dated 23rd May, in which he expressed his willingness to stake his own honor on Ulyett's good faith. He concluded by demanding a public refutation, in the form of an affida vit, signed by every member of Shaw's team, declaring that no member had enter tained any proposal not to do his best in any match during1 the Australian tour. James Lillywhite followed with a letter, positively denying that anything detremin tal to the honor of the team took place in Australia. He declared that the whole team always apj-eared to strain every nerve for victory. The Times of the 29th May, published a letter from Mr. B. Wake, pointing...

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The Daily News. TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 August 1882

UPbt Batty #-cius. TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1S82. Juvenile depravity is not a great crime in this colony, yet we have been compelled to establish, a reformatory. It is gratifying to find that on the ?whole the report of the Superintend ent is riot unsatisfactory. Duriug the twelve months ending May 17, 1882, eight juvenile prisoners were ad mitted, at the reformatory, vai'ying from eight to seventeen years of age, and with sentences of from one to six months' imprisonment. Two of the juveniles during the twelve months have been reconvicted, one having been at liberty for two months only. Three of the boys are reported as being very lasy, and giving mtich trouble, and the remainder, since their liberation, have been well con ducted and industrious. One boy who had been sentenced to four months' imprisonment for stealing carpenter's tools, has since his liberation been employed on a coasting vessel; an other, sentenced to a month's impris onment for stealing cakes, was put to the trade of a...

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DOGS AS DRUNKARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 August 1882

DOGS AS DRUNKARDS. The fact that even dogs are inclined to ed to intemperance is unknown to those who hold them in high estimation, but such is the fact, especially bull and spitz dogs. Mr. Sam Wyman, who keeps the saloon on Ninth and Market, in Louisville, owns a large bull-dog who is, confirmed drunkard. He has become so addicted to drinking that he resorts to all sorts of means to get beer, and sometimes shows great cunning in getting a drink of his favorite beverage. The fact has become generally known, and recently several gentlemen determined to watch him. Every morning Mr. Wyman sets his emptied beer-kegs out on the sidewalk for the col- lector, and leaves the bung out, there being always more or less beer in the bottom of each keg. As soon as the kegs were set down and the proprietor gone inside the saloon, dog approached from his post of ob- servation, and after smelling the kegs with the air of a connoisseur, selected the one which he seemed to think contained the most bee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 August 1882

HALF-A-CROWN IN THE POUND DISCOUNT I — , — : ? o ? .... ; «3P &&3LmEZ TO O3VESAE5. OUT. ? — o ? W. G-. HSlAJEt^/LJ^JN 9 HAY @rT£S,JtCE2rX'9 PERTH. ? o ? 3?iu-3ing his present premises insufficient for liis business, is about to commence IMPORTANT ALTERATIONS AND EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS, 'Winch -will when completed, afford his Customers double the existing ac commodation. In order to avoid LOSS from damage to stock during the jprwgress of the work, W. G. HE A RM AN has resolved upon offering the Public all goods, — fSTew Goods ex ship - Hermann' included) ATA GREAT DISCOUNT, viz^ TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE IN THE POUND. ? o ? fiT SPECIAL TEEMS FOR PIANOS, AND THE TEADE. ? O ? W. 6. HEARMAN, Hay Street, Perth,' WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DRAPER. Perth, July 11, 1882, Cigar Divan. DAVID 'GUTHRIE, ^TOBACCONIST, Bookseller, Sta JL tioner, aud Importer of Fancy ?Ct-o3.s. A 3arge and choice assortment of CUT TOBACCO. Agent for Vanity Fair Cigarettes. SHUT Next to J. H. Monger's St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 August 1882

Blindness, Deafness, Etc. PROFESSORS B. & A. MITCHELL, (from London.) Oculists, Aurists, and Specialists. TTAVE arrived in Perth, after a long JQ. and successful professional tour. 'Professors Mitchell may be consulted on all diseases o£ the eye, ear, throat, nose, etc., which are treated by them in accord ance with the most modern and improved systems of practice. The Perth practice of Professors B. & A. Mitchell being so large as to fully occixpy their time, they regret to announce that their consulting Rooms at Fromantle will be closed for the future. The patients are . therefore requested to attend at the PRIVATE CONSULTING ROO3IS, Beaconsfield Cottage, Wellington Street, opposite Stirling Street, Perth. 9 Hours of consultation : — From 9 to 11 a.m., and from 4 to 6 p.m. TEST! RE© WT iLDLS. Busselton, March 11, 18S2. Pbofessor B. Mitchell, Oculist and Aurist, Perth. ? Dear Sir, — I beg to tender you the sincerest thanks of myself and family for your attentive and...

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