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A QUERY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 October 1882

A QUERY. TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — The Government Gazette dated 17th October lias a notice that should cause Borne little reflection. Under the usual notices from the Comptroller's Office is one 'A ' Conditional Certificate of Freedom has 'been issued to the undermentioned Con 'vict:— Reg. No. 10,2S9, Charles Kemble.' Why has a Conditional Certificate of Free dom been issued to him ? Is it because the affairsat Rottnest are so well administered that his presence there is no longer required, and that a wider field is open to him in Vic toria ? I remember a case some years ago when the ' Black Harry' abscondei-s were tried ; the man Campbell, who gave evidence for the Crown, had a Certificate of Freedom issued to him to save him from being mal treated. Had Kemble anything of the sort to fear ? Yours, &c, QUERY.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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EDUCATIONAL. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 October 1882

EDUCATIONAL. To the Editor. '? SIR,— The cost to the colony under the Act of 1871 for two Inspectors and their travelling expenses will amount to some .£900 per annum — a pretty good slice out of the total grant. Now the value of these Inspector's services — in fact their utility at all— depends on the exertions of the School Board Officers — old fogies who get one pound a month, no travelling expenses, no rations, the very lowest rate of pay ever given in the good old' days of involuntary servitude to the most unskilful ticketof leave man ; can it be expected that people so unr enumerated should feel interested in their duties ? Is it strange that ? they (in the language of Mr. Atkinson) should con fine themselves to the names of the Regis ter, while fully one-half of tho children in the colony never enter a school, nor ever will they do so, whilst the parents can bene fit to the extent of the few shillings the children earn. It is for the future good of the children, it is for the...

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FREE PASSES TO NATIVES ON RAILWAYS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 October 1882

FREE PASSES TO NATIVES ON RAILWAYS. TO THE BDITOR. Sir, — Yon would oblige by informing me whether it is the custom in the! Eastern colonies to allow the aboriginal natives' to pass free on the railways. The subject has ' been ? one of considerable discufesion here of late ;_ and there ia a concensus of opinion that if thin Indulgence is riot permitted it should be. An yet no application' f-5| grant the privilege has been made to the Railway Department ; but if we had anything to go upon to show that a precedent had' been established in any one1 of these colonies atf effort would be immediately made' tx- gain for the natives a privilege the concession of which -would be greatly esteemed by niany of them, who are now obliged to undertake very long journeys on foot. — Yours, in haste/ -HUMANITAS, Northampton, Oct. 16. [Free passes are granted to the aborigi nal natives of South Australia over the whole of the lines of that colony ; the sys tem has been in vogue there for many years, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 October 1882

torn Australian warns!. Staff Office, 27th September, 1882. HIS Excellency Sir William O. F. Rbbiuson, K.O.M.G., has been kindly pleaed to present a Prize to be fired tor by the Volunteers, on TUESDAY, the 31st October, proximo, subject to the following conditions : — 1. That the Prize be open to all Effective Volunteers. 2. Firing to coin mence 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. IS umber of shots — Ten (10) at each distance. 9. Position — Any Military, except lying on the back.. 10. Ricochets — Not to count. 11. Ties to be decided by three shots at tiOO yards. 12. Artificial rests aud trial shots not allowed. 13. The marking not to be questioned. 14. Qualification — An average score of 60 points made at any nve practices between the 28th September and the 29th October inclusive, at the abwve distances ; conditions as for competition, but wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 October 1882

ft ????' ? ??.??- . ?? - '? ? ? ' »..-??? ^ . . 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, 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. 6 0 i 0 I w I H % H 0 00 ? SMITH & Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, Mouldings, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings. CARPETS PLANNED, LAID & MADE. FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN ? » ? - Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ? « ? o.A.£fc'*r:E::E©s* PICTURE FRAMERS. 3 H' § H w . w ? s ^i I 0 GO Q 0 PICTURES Mounted, STEETCHED, AND FRAMED. CARPETS MADE. S1MITH & CO., Cabinet Makers. SMITH & CO. DOORS/ SASHES, as h o x» .v...

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The Daily News. MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 October 1882

MONDAY, 00^0^823718827 The South Australian Parliament Lave just passed a Newspaper Libel Bill. One of the hon. members sought to introduce a clause in the Bill requiring that every writer of an article or letter commenting upon the conduct and proceeding of any person or body of persons should append his name in full at the end of the article. The neglect to comply with this pro vision by the proprietor of a news paper would entail a fine upon him of from five to fifty pounds for a first offence, and a fine of from twenty to one hundred pounds for each subse quent offeree, together with a fine of one farthing for every newspaper sold with the omission of a signature. This clause, upon which there has .been considerable debate, was not ' passed, but the Attorney G-eneral submitted another one which has 'become law: it reads as follows: — ' Whenever in the opinion of any judge of the Supreme Court, or any special magis trate of the province, any leader, letter, advertisement, or othe...

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SHIPPING. FREMANTLE. ARRIVED-October 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 October 1882

SHIPPING. FREMANTLE. ARRIVED — October 21. Otway, steamer, Moon, from Albany, via ' intermediate outports. Passengers — From ' Albany : Mr. and Mrs. Sherlock, Miss . Manning, Messrs. Wright, Keam, Thomas,: H. Wilson, C. Fawcett, Eleegood, and Law rence ; and one steerage. From Vasse : Three steerage. From Bunbury : Mrs. ' . Hay, Mrs. Spencer, Miss Thomson, Mr. F. DeLisle ; and one steerage. October 22. ... .-.-.-..j Mary Smith,' brigantine, 150 tons, W. Sunter, from Mauritius, 21st inst. Cargo — ' 106 tons sugar. Pearse and Owston,agent8. Mary Blair, barque, 328 tons, Boon, from ?- Port Adelaide. T. & H. Carter & Co., agents. THE OUTPORTS. [By Electric Telegraph.] Geraldton. — Arrived, Oct. 22, Argo sch., from Shark's Bay and Gasooyne - Mouth. Sailed, Oct. 22, Minnie, sch., and Will Watch, cutter, from x Port Denison (Irwin.) Vasse. — -Sailed, Oct. 21, Italy, bq., for Port Adelaide (having reshipped cargo dis charged after grounding near jetty.) Port Adelaide. — Armi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 October 1882

WZ5TSRN AUSTRALIAN VOLUNTEERS Staff Office, 37th September, 1882. HIS Excellency Sir William 0. F. Robiason, K.C.M.G., has been kiudly pleased to present a Prize to bo fired for by the Voluuteor3, on TUESDAY, the 31sfc October, proximo, subject to the following conditions : — 1. That the 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. IS umber of shots — Ten (10) at each distance. 9. Position — Any Military, except lying on the back. , 10. Ricochets — Not to count. 11. Ties to be decided by three shots ai 600 yards. 12. Artificial rests and trial shots no1 allowed. IS. The marking not to be questioned. 14. Qualification — An average score ol 50 points made at any five practice: between the 28th September and the 29th October inclusive, at the absve distances; conditions as for competition, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 October 1882

.... . ? ? ? ? ?'' ???? f ? ... -^ Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £33, or For £50. Jflend for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. c ? ? .'.-.7. , Four-room Cottage Furnished Por £46, or For £63, or ':.' For £84. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which ^aWill be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-rqom Cottage Furnished For £95, or _,/ ' i;^ For £152, or -^r - . :,-For £202. lend for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which ? will be forwarded Post Free on application. 6 o » M. I H 0 0} BlowWisigs, Skirtings^ ArcliitraYCS, Sliop CoiEters, and Shop Fittings. X-ZXA-J-IuJl. 8 i I kj I § l/i I 1 J-^l I J I /« I J J~\ 11/ ^jt' ItI /A 1 / frlf FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN — ? — — ♦ ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, SPRlEiS BEDS, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ? 0 ? . f PICTURE FRAMERS. w I 2 CO HH ??a- h i» u- CO ' , . Sd ? 03 Q HCTURES Mounted, STEETCHED, € AND FKAMED. CARPETS MADE. [?] DOORS/ SASHES, ^ ii o jl* .FI.'1'TI^GS, .VNI) MANTELPI...

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KIMBEBLEY LAND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 October 1882

KIMBERLEY LAND REGULA TIONS. The following Despatch appears in the Government Gazette of the 10th instant :— Downing Street, 26th January. 18S2. 4.v' — ve fclie honor to acknowledge the receipt of your Despatch No. 211, of the 25th of November last, enclosing, with other oapers, an Address presented to you by the .Legislative Council, submitting Resolutions recommending certain modifications in the Regulations relating to Pastoral Leases in the Kimberley District. 2. I accept the recommendations of the Council in regard to the extension of the tune whi :h shoull elapse between the date ot the issue of su .h leases and that at which ;hey should be o-ne liable to forfeiture for the non.fuLlir.ea1; of the conditions of stocking m the Regulations; and I am prepared to assent to a modification of the rules in this sense. 3. With regard to the suggestion of the Council that that portion of the Regulations (Revised Print Sec. 76) should be amended, which requires that the proportion of sto...

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The Daily News. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 October 1882

TUESDAY, UOCTOBEE 24, 1882. Mb. S. H. Pabkeb, in fathering the Married Women's Property Bill, in formed the House that it was his in tention to press the Bill this session, inasmuch as a similar measure would be brought forward in the Imperial Parliament. The Bill has become an Act, but it did not advance to its final stage without deliberation. An article which appeared in the London Times oi the 18th August states that the Bill had been subjected to the scrutiny of three Select Committees a-id amended in the Lords. The Bill will effect great alterations in the character of English households. A married woman will be capable of ca quiring, holding, and disposing, by will or otherwise, real and personal property as her separate estate, just as if she were single. At Common Law everything a married woman ac quh-ed went to her busband. I£ she were injured by a railway accident, and recovered compensation, she might seethe money spent by her husband as he saw fit. She might earn money ...

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CETEWAYO. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 October 1882

CETEWAYO. The ' noble' savage' Cetewayo, assisted by Providence and. Mr. Gladstone's Govern ment, achieved, whilst, in En-land, what Mr Micawber would have described aB ' lue ™™ oi ms youtn and the aspiration of his riper years.' Judging from appear ances, the ' caged lion' got a fair amount ot enjoyment out of his captivity ; indeed he seems to have been living what from a Zulu point of view must have been a life of ecstatic luxury. He was spared the com parative humiliation of the 'plain but comfortable lodgings' in the plebeian Fulham Road, and installed in the more aristocratic region of Kensington proper, where he had a small court, consisting of his Prime Minister and two of his war chiefs, each of whom had his special Zulu valet to maintain his dignity. Cetewayo's four wives were perforce being left behind, which was of course distressing ; but he seemed to console himself for their absence by eating for his breakfast nearly two pounds of beef-steak with a nniinrt «f potatoes...

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A PROMISING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 October 1882

A PROMISING INDUSTRY. Attention has recently been directed to some superior tweed manufactured at Ipswich, frcm the clip of a black flock, the property of Mr. William Allan. TMT t. a Jiraeside, Warwick. Ever since -wool growing first engaged the attention of Australian pastoralists, a few black sheep would annually make their appearance even in the purest flocks. It is difficult to account for this. Generally it has been attributed to a tendency inherent in all domesticated animals to throw back to some remote ancestry. Be that, however, as it may, black lambs, the immediate progeny of purely white parents, continually appear, despite the greatest care in selection and culling. The difficul.y hitherto with flock masters has been our best to turn these waifs to most profitable account. To mix black wool with white, is to impair the value of the latter, and even when packed in separate bales, it is found not to realise prices equal to white wool of the same quality. This appears somew...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A FASHIONABLE WOMAN'S PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 October 1882

A FASHIONABLE WOMAN'S PRAYER. Strengthen my husband, and may his faith and his money hold out to the last. Draw the lamb's wool of unsuspicious twilight over his eyes, that mv flirtations may look to him like victories, and that my bills may strengthen his pride in me. Bless, O Fortune, my crimps, rats, and frizzles, and let thy glory shine on my paint and powder. * Enable the poor to shift for themselves, and save me from missionary- letters Shed the light of thy countenance on my camel s hair shawl, and my lavender silk, my point lace, and my neck-lace of diamonds, and keep the moth out of my sable, I be seejh thee, O Fortune ! When I walk out before the gaze of vul gar men, regulate my wriggle and give me new grace to my gait. When I bow myseif to worship, grant that I may do it with ravishing elegance, and preserve unto the last the lily-white of my flesh and the taper of my fingers. Destroy mine enemies with the gall of jealousy, and eat up with the teeth of envy all those who ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 October 1882

PROSPECTU S OF THB West Australian STEAMSHIP COMPANY, To be Limited and Incorporated under the Companies Act of 1864. CAPITAL: .£50,000 in 50,000 SHARES OF .£1 EACH (With power to Increase). 5s. per Share to be paid on Application; 5s. per Share on Allotment; and balance by Calls of not exceeding 5s. per Share, at intervals of not less than Three Months, com puting from date of Allotment. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS. South Australia. West Avstralia. T. H Syhok, Q.C.M.P. I G. Shentok, MX.C Thomas Geavbb. J.P. Waiter Padbbry. John Whyts, J.P, ? ? I B. C. Wood. Bahekbs (pbo tkm:) : . Bank of I Western South Australia. | Australian Bank. SoblCITOSS (PBO TBM.) : - i Symon, Bakewell, & Symon. Bbokees : Lawrance & Brook. IT is proposed to.form this Company for thepatpdtoox ™rchasmg, chartering, or otherwise* Acardv&ft' an,d running a lme of Steamers' reWriy, to7 eV^ACa*B^ and passenger tLfe- between J^^JL*1'1 the principal Western: Avtsttalian * '** or such of them as may...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 October 1882

ivoTJtOjti:. easternTjrailway. mHE Omnibus 'PIONEER' will run JL daily to meet tho arrival and departure of each train at the Perth Rail way Station. Within a radius of half a mile on all macadamised roads, the faro will be SIXPENCE. Tbe ' Pioneer' will call for passengers when required. PARCELS will ba booked either to Frernautle or Guildford, at Railway rates, at the Booking Office or on delivery to the driver. The ' Pioneer' will call at eaoh of the principal Hotels in city, each trip. fiST' Booking Office — Hay Street, Perth. J. SUMMERS, Proprietor. JOHN SUMMERS, Undertaker and General Funeral Furnisher. HAY STREET, PERTH. T71UNERALS conducted in any part of JD the colony, and all details connected therewith attended to at tho 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, Coec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 26 October 1882

? ? ? ' 'Vl ? ' ' '' ' 31 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, 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, oi For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. ? d 0 » ?0 i H 3 H A m m ? SMITH & Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, Mouldings, Skirtings. Architraves, Sltop Counters, and Shop Fittings. CARPETS PLANNED, LAID & MADE. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN ? » ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. : ? — « ? . — ?? y PICTURE FRAMERS. i W ?0 ? v» PICTURES Mounted, # STRETCHED, AND FfiAMED. CARPETS MADE. ^ ? i 0 E W ^ s — N Ej a ^ SH 1 I ID I olYll llioS UU., Dabinet Makers, o iml la® fulJ. SMITH & CO., household Furniture, B...

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The Daily News. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 26 October 1882

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1882. Thk Morning Herald, in. its issue of the ? 'i3rd instant, states that the Government have not yet adopted a practice for which there was a great necessity m regard to tne financial accounts, and that it was a repetition o£ the faulty way of managing the finances of the colony which once before had led to such disastrous results. Jt pointed out \ that in submitting the Estimates for 1882 to the House the. Govern- ment had omitted to show that there was a first charge against the revenue in. respect to a debit balauce for 1881, ^mounting to ^12,50-J, aud that the -(S-overnment, neglecting to take this charge into consideration, had esti mated a probable surplus balance of £9 303 15s. 3d. The West Australian attempts to correct this statement by galling into as gross a blunder. We think the Government very properly omitted to put forward any such statement ; if it had done so it w.mld have been fallacious and misleading. U the writer of the article, 'A corre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 26 October 1882

ST. GEORGE'S HAIL, PBIDAY EVENING/OCTOBER 27. Complimentary Benefit to Oa . which occasion several-well known Amateurs will appear. FIRST TIME in PERTH OF THE itfALE and FEMALE MINSTRELS. Also the Ludicrous Sketch entitled THE IRISH JUSTICE. Wew Acts, Sketches, Songs, Duets, Trios, and Choruses. The whole to conclude with the Laughable Comedietta Admission, 3s. ; 2s. ; and Is. Doors open at hilf-pas seven 7 ; Per formance at 8 o'clock. Tickets can be had at Mr. Snook's Store. BLONDIN ! BLONDIN ! BLONDIN ! LOOK OUT FOR j BL ON DIN . ~ tfhe Prince of ROPE WALKERS, Now en route to cross Niagara Falls, America. Passenger per s.s. Macedon. OPENS at PERTH about NOVEMBER 0. All communications to be addressed to Mr. W. H. Parker, Wellington Hotel, Perth. FOR SALE. A staunch bay HORSE, . black points, about 15£ hands, high, quiet, well broken to saddle and harness. Apply, Inquirer office. STATION PROPERTY. B Fastobai. Leases, With or Without ™ Stock. JOHN MoCLEEliY has inquiries from Victori...

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CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, OCTOBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 26 October 1882

CABLE TELEGRAMS. ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LONDON, October 22. A Fenian Society of an extreme Ameri can type has been discovered in the City of Leicester. The French Senate and Chamber of De puties will meet on November 9. Suspicion has been aroused with regard to the state of the fund of the Land League, the treasurer of which reported at the Na tional League meeting that .£245,000 had been received and .£213,000 disbursed — leaving .£32,000 to be transferred to ? the New League. It is now alleged that the accounts omit the sum of .£98,000, and that no explanation is given as to how this money has been expended. Z. Cetewayo baa resumed the Government of his people in Zululand, and has created each of the kinglets ameng whom his territory was divided an Induna, or Chief under his authority. Notwithstanding the representations that have been made to the French authorities in the Pacific they havenot withdrawn f.om the Island of Baiatea, which they occupied several mouths ago, and i...

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