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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 10 October 1882

THOMPSON, SENDEE & C 0 : AUCTIONEERS, .: LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, SHIPPING & QBNERAL COMMISSIOK AGENTS, MOUATT 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 Boon as landed. 10 cases itoseB Limejuice 5 „ Light Ball Blue 20 „ Sardines, j and £ tins 31 „ Salmon, lib. tins . ! 10 „ Fresh Herrings, lib. tins ' 10 „ Castor Oil, j 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 Col man's Starch ' 300 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 la...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE CENSUS RETURNS OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 10 October 1882

THE CENSUS RETURNS OF VICTORIA. The Victorian Census Returns are indeed well advanced. Almost simultaneously   with the news of the destruction of the New South Wales returns by the fire which lately unfortunately occurred at the Crystal Palace, Sydney, we received from Mr. Hayter, the Victorian Government Statist, copies of the second, third, and fourth parts of published results of the late enumeration. These deal, with the birthplaces, occupa- tions, and religions of the inhabitants of Victoria. The return of the birthplaces of the people shows that though the number of inhabitants amounts to only 862,346 per- sons, yet nearly every distinct nation and each of the colonial possessions of the British Empire are represented in the population. It is gratifying to note that young as the colony is, over one-half of the present popu- lation is returned as having been born there, Englishmen coming next with 142, 906 souls. Only 404 natives of our colony are resident in Vict...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 October 1882

mim AUSTRALIAN VOLUflTERS. Staff Office, 27th September, 1882. HIS Excellency Sir William O. F. Robinson, K.C.M.G., has been kindly pleased to present a Prizo to bo fired for by the Voluutoors, on TUESDAY, tho 31st October, proximo^ subject to the following conditions : — 1. That tho Prize be open to all Effective Volunteers. 2. Firing to commence at 10 o'clock, a.m. 3. Range — Perth. 4. Target — Wimbledon. 5. Rifle — Snider, service pattern, short or long. 6. Ammunition — Service. 7. Distances — 400, 500, and 600 yards. 8. N umber of shots — Ten (10). at eaeh distance. 9. Position — Any Military, except lying on the back. 10. Ricochets — Not to count. 11. Ties to be decided by three shota at 600 yards. 12. Artificial rests and trial shots not allowed. 13. The marking not to be questioned. 14. Qualification — An average score of CO points made at any five practices between the 28th September and the 29th October inclusive, at the above distances ; conditions as for competition, but ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 October 1882

. - ... ? ?? ' ??-??-.? - ^f Three-room Cottage Furnished Por £19, or For £33, or Por £50. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished Por £4*6, or Por £63, or ' Por £84. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished For £95, or Por £152, oi For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which: will be forwarded Post Free on application. *\ - . d £ ! H «j -j0 SMITE & Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, Mouldings, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings. CARPETS PLANNED LAID & MADE FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN ? ♦ — : ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, SPRING BEDS, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. « — , — CARVERS) i PICTURE FRAMERS. 03 LJ ? S H 'I ^ S C o . 0 PICTUEES . Mounted, STEETCHED, AND FRAMED. CARPETS MADE. [?] boons,. SASHES, S I-I O JE»~ FITTINGS,. AND CARPETS MADE - i a -£ ^^ 3 - ^ ?I S=3 Hi i=* w. ^ ————...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Daily News. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 October 1882

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1882. We have received the first annual report of the Eastern Railway Mutu al Provident Society. This society has been inaugurated -just twelve months. Its object is to provide medical and sick allowance to its members, and a bonus to the widow after the death of a member. We are glad to see an effort at self-help o£ ao important a nature initiated by our railway employes, and 'we shall watch with interest the rise and pro gress of this society. Railway serv ants^ more than any other class of people, are exposed to danger often unknown to themselves ; an accident may occur at any moment, and it' speaks well for the Railway Depart ment that as yet there has been no casualty worth mentioning. In England, by some strange fatality, railways are seldom opened without some accident occurring, accompanied, in some instances, with loss of life. IVJost railway companies have a benefit society in connection with their serv ants. Such institutions have been of great advan...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 October 1882

WANTED a good COOK. Alao, a HOUSEMAID able to wait at table. Apply to MRS. J. A. HEkBEUT, Freemasons' 'Hotel, Fromahtle.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON. October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 October 1882

CABLE TELEGKAMS. (ASSOCIATED PKKSS TELEGRAMS.) LONDON. October 8. Redif Pasha will not return to Egypt* Arafoi Bey has been cast into prison , and receives the same treatment as a common convict. The Council of Notables threaten to ad vocate severance from Turkey. The Colonial Institute has been granted a charter. Chili refuses to ratify the negociations on the basis of the understanding which led to the termination of the troubles between that country and Peru. Mr. Johnson, the Attorney General for Ireland, has been raised to the Bench ; Mr. Porter succeeds Mr. Johnson j and Mr. Asher succeeds Mr. Porter. Mr. Davitt, at a meeting at Wexford, up braided the Irish for their apathy, and lamented that they had been led from al legiance to their cause by special Whig legislation. Several farms in Australia, submitted to sale in New York, have brought fabulous prices. Midhat Pasha has escaped from custody. Admiral Pothrav is dead. October 10. Arabi Bey has expressed a dread of his guards...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LOCAL TELEGRAMS. GUILDFORD, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 October 1882

LOCAL TELEGRAMS. Guildford, October 12. Mr. Stephen Sainsbury died at his resi dence last night. The funeral will take place at half -past ten o'clock to-morrow morning at Guildford.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
OUR OPEN COLUMN. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 October 1882

OUR OPEN COLUMN. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. It must be distinctly understood that toe do no identify ourselves with the sentiments or expressions of our correspondents. *,* Correspondents when sending1 communica tions, are requested in all cases to give their real name and addrepa. in addition to any nom-de-plume they may think fi1; to adopt. The Editor cannot undertake to insert: communications unless this request be complied with.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 October 1882

THOMPSON, SENDEJ & 0 0 AUCTIONEERS, LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, SHIPHNQ & GENERAL COMMISSION AGBNTS, MOTJATT STREET-FREMANTLE, i- AND HAY STREET—PERTH. , G THOMPSON, SENDEY & CO. . have to arrive per c? Annie Me-. Donald,' from London, and -which will be submitted to Auction as soon .as landed. 10 oases 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 „ Pickles, each 3 doz. 120 bags London Dressed Rice 30 cases Colman's Starch 300 boxes Candles, each 251b. 3 cases Bell's English Hams 3 „ „ „ Bacon 10 „ Currants 20 „ Raisins (Elemes.) The -whole of the above lines haviag 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 larg...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
OFFICIAL DELAY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 October 1882

OFFICIAL DELAY. TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — Some weeks ago the Government advertised for tenders for painting the Fre niantle Lighthouse, the tenders returnable on or before the 18th Sentember last. Several parties sent in their estimates of the cost of the work and shortly afterwards it was confidently reported that one of the tenders had been accepted. . , Strange to say, however, the authorities have not up to the present date announced their decision either directly- to any one of the tenderers, or officially by means of the Government Gazette. The masterly inactivity displayed by the authorities in this matter has placed some of the tenderers in an awkward position by preventing them from accepting new work elsewhere in order to be at liberty to carry out the contract in case their tender should be accepted. It is to be hoped that the Government will promptly announce the decision they have arrived at. Yours, &c, ONE INTERESTED.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE NATIVE MURDER CASE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 October 1882

THE NATIVE MURDER CASE. TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — In the Daily News of to-day there is a report of the trial of the native Alick, for the, murder of Polly. This trial has brought to light a most disgraceful state of things. It appears that a publican supplied these natives with no less that nine bottles and a half of rum before the commission of the deed, for the sum of £1 10s. Without a doubt this enormous quantity of rum was the cause of the murder ; and the wonder is that we have not many more such murders. Now, we believe there is a law in the colony prohibiting publicans from selling intoxicants to natives. This murder is clearly traceable to a breach of this law by the publican who supplied them with the drink He is the man who first, broke the law, and so set in motion the machinery ?which deprived a human being of life. Why not let the punishment fall upon the guilty? No man, in his sound senses, can deny that the guilt of this crime lies at the door of the publican. It is true ...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 October 1882

FUNERAL NOTICE. THE remains of the late MR. STEPHEN SAINSBURY will be interred at the   Guildford Cemetery To-morrow (Friday) Morning, at half-past ten o'clock. Friends will kindly accept this intimation. Guildford, October 12, 1882.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
OUR NATIVE INDUSTRIES. Mr. F. MANSON'S JEWELLERY MANUFACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 October 1882

OUB NATIVE INDUSTRIES. Mr. F. Mason's Jewellery Manufac- tory. Probably most of the people who throng   round Mr. Mason's shop-windows in High Street, Fremantle, every Saturday night to feast their eyes upon the costly ornaments exposed to public view, imagine that all those glittering treasures are imported from the old country; but if so, they are greatly mistaken, as a considerable amount of jewellery, especially of pearl ornaments, are manufactured by Mr. Mason at his own establishment in Fremantle. Having a short time ago expressed a wish to go through the workshops and ex- amine the machinery employed, the kind and courteous manager, Mr. Welby, at once acceded to our request. When the day agreed upon arrived we visited the shop, but were again compelled to postpone our contemplated visit as this time we found the vice-regal party from Perth in possession of the shop and of all Mr. Welby's available time. However, not daunted by our previous disappointments, we aga...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 13 October 1882

mmU AUSTRALIAN VOLUNTEERS. E Staff Ojjice, 27th September, 1S82. A TTIS Excellency Sir William 0. F. A JlL Robinson, K.C.M.G., has been a kindly pleased to present a Prize to be a fired for by the Volunteers, on TUESDAY, a the 31st October, proximo, subject to the E following conditions : — 1 1. That the Prize bo open to all Effective i Volunteers. f 2. Firing to commence at 10 o'clock, a.m. £ 3. Range — Perth. ~ I 4. Target — Wimbledon. I 5. Rifle — Snider, service pattern, short I or long. I 6. Ammunition — Service. I 7. Distances— 400, 500, and 600 yards. I 8. Number of shots— Ten (10) at eaeh distance. C 9. Position — Any Military, except lying ( on the back. ( 10. Ricochets — Not to count. ( 11. Ties to be decided by three shots at ( 600 yards. ( 12. Artificial rests and trial shots not - ^'allowed. ( 13. The marking not to be questioned. ( 14. Qualification — An average score of ( 60 points made at any five practices ( between the 28th September and the 29th C October inclusiv...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 13 October 1882

Jr ' ? 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 Por £46, or For £63, cr . tfor £84. Send 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 0 » 6 B £ « KB r * H .3 9 . 7 ' ' ' Ha ? 7 Hlonldings, Skirtings. Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings. FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN ? « ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ? — _ ? ,» ? ?OARVKMSj I PICTURE FRAMERS. ?3 h Q 0 PICTURES Mounted, STEETCHED, AND FMMED. CARPETS MADE. [?] bogus; SASHES, SHOP FITTINGS, AND MANTELPIECES, CARPETS MADE 2 s I gas j»y ^s K 1 [?] SMITH & CO., Household Furniture, Bedding, Picture Frames, Picture Mouldings, Bedsteads, Cots. SMITH & CO., Steam Saw Mi/...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 13 October 1882

FOB FREIGHT OE CHARTER. A*a rpHE Barque ' SPINAWAY,' *53$j£l§&t£ -*- **25 tona, shortly expeoted from Adelaide, is open for employment. J. & W. BATEMAN, Agents. Fremantle, September 8, 1882.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NEW BLOOD STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 13 October 1882

NEW BLOOD B?0GK. ? » The s.s. Macedon, on her last voya^Lf*om the Eastern colonies, brought rou. ** a nnmber of well-bred horses, as also seve. ,* pens of choice prize rams and ewea, whiei/ will form valuable additions to the stud stock of the colony. We are indebted to Mr. C. E. Dempster) for a perusal of the pedigrees and performances of the two stallions, a mare, and a gelding included in this shipment ; which were selected and purchased by him during his recent visit to Victoria: — 'Young Fireworks,' a brown horse, 8 years, by Fireworks, dam Young Fair Ellen (sister to Freestone, winner of the Ascot Vale Stakes), by Touchstone, (imp.) out of Old Fair Ellen, by Rory O'More out of Camarine, by Forester (son of Little John) — Fireworks by Kelpie (imp.), out of Gaslight (imp.), by Sir Her cules, winner of nine hurdles at all weights. ' My Lord,' 4 years, 15.2 hands ; bay, with black points ; sire, Pierrel; dam, Minnie Warren ; winner of the Connamarra Stakes in 1882 ; for performanc...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 13 October 1882

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. We have received a copy of the pro ceedings of the third General Conference of the Presbyterian Churches of Austral asia, recently held in Syeney. Mention is made therein of the Presbyterian Church recently established in this colony ; a short review of its contents may be of interest to some of our readers. The work contains several articles upon the position and pros pects of the Presbyterian Churches in the various Colonies, and the following is one by the Rev. D. Shearer, M.A., in reference to that Church in Western Australia : — 'West Australia was settled in 1829. Among the early settlers was a godly number of Presbyterians from Scotland and the North of Ireland ; yet the colony has celebrated its jubilee before the Pres byterian Church sent a minister thither. The result was that the families of the early Presbyterian settlers became alienat ed from our Church, some of them being brought up in other churches, while many had no church connection whatev...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
DESTRUCTION OF THE GARDEN PALACE, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 13 October 1882

DESTRUCTION OF THE GARDEN PALACE, S Yl/NEY. An Adelaide contemporary furnishes the following particulars of the late fire which destroyed the beautiful Garden Palace at Sydney, and through which manv works of art and other property of almost priceless value were demolished : — At 5-40, while the night watchman at the Garden Palace was exchanging a few words with the day watchman previously to going home, he observed fire and smoke near- the Queen's statue under the dome. The fire quickly crept up the pillars, and the dome fell in, ten minutes after the flames broke out. The fire then spread to the northern wing, and the concert hall, organ,, and chairs were all burnt within fifteen minutes. All the fire-brigades were on the spot very soon after the outbreak of the fire, also 300 men of-war's men, a large posse of the police, and a detachment of artillery.. Good order was kept. The plugs outside the building were useless on account of the heat from the flames. The art gallery in the ...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
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