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CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, OCTOBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 October 1882

CABLE TELEGRAMS. (associated press telegrams.) . LONDON, October 25. In the House of dnimons, Mr. Gladstone has announced that ib is the intention of the Government to bring before the House of Commons their motions ' for the nrojosed reforms in Parliamentary- procedure, but while pressing for an early considera tion of the m itter they would modify their scheme leaving the question with reference to the application of the clGturc t- the decision of the House. Referring to the soltlement of Egyptian affair.*, Itir. Glad stone said that the] Government had had the matter under earnest consideration hut would be un ible for a few weeks to define thair scheme, wjth sufficient clearness to warrant its decision in Parliament. Char-es Soutur, who was committed for trial for the the't of the body of Karl Craw ford, at Dunecht House, has been sent-.n;ed to fi ve years' imprisonment. '1 he Boers have colleuted in numbers and are now marching against the neighboring native rhief Mapoch, whom ...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BENEFIT TO MR. F. WHEELER [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 October 1882

-. irinir-i~inirmrr.mil. ;. ~'TER. BENEFIT TO MU. F. WMEb*. ? -^ On Thursday evening last *-af well - known favorite, Mr. P. Whee ler, took his Benefit in the Oddfellows' Hall, Fremantle. The performance opened with.' n. drawing-room entertainment, in which.' Miss O'Grady sang, ' Kiss me and I'll go to sleep' in her usual effective manner, and. wos loudly applauded, while repeated bursts of laughter from fie audience proved how mu :h they enj -.yod the racy epig ams and witty comicalities of Messrs. B. and F. Whether and A. Silvester. Aftc- a short interval the champion Skater (Mr. A. Wy bu;d) gave au astonishingly clever exhibi tion of his marvellous powers, meanwhile sinking the coini.j skating song ' Rinking Kosj.' Miss Easton then sang, '-R^in Adair,' in ii way whL.-h so delighted the audien 'e that they would not be satisSed until the i'air young oantatriye consented to sing again. Tho ludicrous farce entitled, ' Irish Jus' ice,' br night the second part- of the eutertainmont t...

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COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TO MRS. WHEELER. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 October 1882

COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TO MRS. WHEELER. m We congratulate the fair benJjidarei upon the success of the benefit; tendered'to her last night at St. George's Hall. The house was well packed, the reserved chairs and gallery being especially well filled. The band of the M.R.V. jjlayed at the entrance to the hall and attracted a, large number of persons ; Mr. Wheeler h-is evi dently a favorable opinion of the power of martial music to attract and to elevate the spirits, and no doubt had an eye to busi ness when engaging the band. Shortly after eight o'clock the curtain rose, and tastefully seated, as in a drawing-room, were the Minstrola; Mr. F. Wheeler -acted as Tambo, Mr. A. Silvester as bones, and Mrs. Wheeler a.nd Miss O'Grady were seated. After an opening chorus bv f.he Company, Miss O'Grady satig a very charm ing and pretty song, ' Kiss me ana l'n ho to Sleep ;' her tone nnd manner were particularly pleasing and her enunciation remarkably clear. The audience ful'ly ap preciated the s...

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

TOSTEU AUSTRALIAN VOLUNTEERS.1 * Stn'ff Office, 27th September, 1882. C^ HIS Excellency Sir William C. F. V- Robinson, K.C.M.G., has been 1 kindly plea ed to present a Prize to be fired for by the Volunteers, on TUESDAY, the 31st, October, proximo, subject to the following conditions : — 1. That the Prize bo open to all Effective Volunteers. 2. Firing to commence at 10 o'clock, a.m. :;. Range — Perth. 3 ±. Target — Wimbledon. - C-. Rifle— Snider, service pattern, Bborfc or long. C. Ammunition — Service. — 7. Distances— 400, 500, and 600 yards. -_- 3. Number of shots— Ton (10) at each I distance. ' -*- 9. Position*— Any Military, except lying on the back. 10. Ricochets — Not to count. ll.« Ties to be decided by three shots at 6 1)0 yards. 12. Artificial rests and trial shots not allowed. VS. The marking not to be questioned. 14. Qualification — An average score of 00 points made at any nve practices between the 28th September ami the 29ih ? Outobor inclusive, at the abwve distances; ...

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The Daily News. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 October 1882

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2S, 1S82. A. very special distinction has been conferred upon tlie ladies of Perth — the privilege of voting at Municipal Elections. We do not know who is to be credited for making such a con cession — whether the Mayor himself, the popular Councillor who is seeking to don the civic robe, or the whole body of the Conscript Fathers ; it is, however, a fact that, out of about 800 names on the Electoral Ri-ll for the Municipality of Perth, over 10U belong to the fairer sex — single, married, and widowed. At a time wu'u we hear so much of women's rights ; when leg islation points to the conferring upon them of special privileges, at the uni versities, in our schools of medicine, at the Bar itself, we must all admit that it is yielding a great power to the ladies by conferring upon them license to vote. It is uti innovation, but we nevertheless approve of it if it can be maintained, foi' it cannot be denied that somecounftils are composed of ' old women ' of the masculi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 October 1882

5 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 For £84. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished For £95, or For £152, o* For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, wWoh will be forwarded Post Free on application. 6 O i ft § w 1 H 4 H 0 W SMITH & Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, HouMiags, Skirtings Architraves, Shop Counters, and Miop Fittings. CARPETS PLANNED, LAID & MADE. FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN — ; — « — ; ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. « ? CARVERS} I PICTURE FRAMERS. § i-3 « K 8 C CO 0 PICTURES Mounted, ^STRETCHED, AND FRAMED. CARPETS MADE. SMITH & CO., Cabinet Makers. SMITH & CO. BOOKS, SASHES, FITTINGS. AND MANTELPIECE! CARPETS MADE '? i i ^ HI 5 P g - s ?^Xc C=7=S _«** ...

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SHIPPING. FREMANTLE. SAILED—OCTOBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 October 1882

SHIPPING. FREMANTLE. SAILED— Octobxs 30. OTWAY, eteamer. Moon, for Albany, vi& intermediate outporta. THE OUTPORTS. (By Electric Telegraph.) Bdnbdbt. — Arrived : Oct. 30, Zebra, cutter, Theresa, schooner, from Fremantle. Port Adelaide. — Arrived: Oct. 23, R. M.S. Verona, from Melbourne. Sailed: Oct. 29, E.M.S. Verona, for Albany. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The Otway left Fremantle for Albany at five o'clock this morning with the fol lowing passengers : — Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Hill and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler, Messrs. F. Wheeler, Wyburd, Fane, Apperley, Anderson, Roberts, Walcott and Wearne. No steerage passengers. The steamship Masedon loft Melbourne, for Albany on Friday last. She is an nounced to leave Port Adelaide on Wed nesday. On Sunday morning, owing to the strong north-west wind and heavy sea, the barque Kebroyd, and schooner Mary Smith were placed in a very awkward, if not even dan gerous, position. Both these vessels were berthed on the. north side of the new...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 October 1882

Qfflorltfnff i&etfs? Snsftftutf, PERTH. T-B6PLK'8 T)OPULAR /CONCERTS, AND Presentation Performances. Greatest I'rogramiiic , OF THE SA.TVR DAT NEXT, Nov. 4. N~EE~W MELODIES and SKETCHES, COMIC SONGS and BALLADS. GIFTS! GIFTS! J GIFTS !1! OP\ VALUABLE PRESENTS V | Will be diatribu ted away to the audience ^ F* R El E - ADMISSION —61. Few reserved seats, la. Doors open at 7.30, commence .at 8 sharp. Come early to secure good seats. NEW J500DS. JUST U-iP CKED, STEVEXS' fringed aad plain Xmas. and Now Year Cards, Relief S_'rapB, new designs, (7O0O sheets just to hand.) Albums, Workhoxes, Desks, fe Music Folios, Toy Teasets, A few good Cricket Bats, &c, -fcc. White-and-Gold China Bi eakfast Services, Blue figured China Breakfast Services, White-and-Gold China Cups and Saucers, -tc, -fcc, &e. INSPECTION INVITED. H. G. MENKENS, Hay Street (Opposite Mr. Summers'). , Perth Oat. 27, 1882. ? FOR PRIVATE SALE. ALL that Valuable Property, now in pos session of Mr. J. Sain...

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The Daily News. MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 October 1882

^'oNDAYr^OT6BEiT30ri882r The understanding is ever the dupe of the heart. Our feelings are in general sure to get the better of o.ur reason. Hence the miscarriage of justice is frequently due to the sym pathies of a jury, and verdicts are frequently given against the weight of evidence. So evident is this that in some cases the spirit of venality appears to have loosened the bonds of society, and juries by their conduct predispose one to a suspicion of their being liable to he suborned. While the Judge answers to the question of law, it is tbe duty of a jury to weigh matters of fact, and to return verdicts according to their consciences, but it is a matter for very serious reflection whether this is always done. Notab ly, both in civil, and criminal cases, which were recently heard in the Supreme Court of this colony, the juries came to decisions contrary to public feeling or the weight cf. evi dence, and we cannot help thinking that in each case sympathy and pre judice displayedjth...

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OUR NATIVE INDUSTRIES. CHAMBERLAIN'S SHIPBUILDING YARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 October 1882

OUR NATIVE INDUSTRIES. ChA.MBERIiA.IK'8 SHIPBTJTfcDTNG YAM). True it is that small beginuing3 frequent ly result in great endings, or, in other words, often apparently trilling private en terprises ultimately develop into important native industries. A .hundred and seventy years ago Glasgow, as far as regards ship building/was fciie Framahtle of G-*oiit 'Bri- tain — now it is the chief shio-building town in the United Kingdom. With the adran -tagea we possess in the shape of our almost illimitable forests, producing several kinds of wood peculiarly fitted for ship-building, ; wo may venture to predict that within the next century aad a half this industry will assume gigantic proportions at Fremantle. No doubt the establishment of similar com panies will aid in producing this result ; and when Sir John Conde's proposed system of harbour improvement is carried into effect, and Fremantle is connected,- as it some day must be, with Jarrahdale by rail, shipbuild ers at our Port will poss...

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FREMANTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25th. (Before the Police Magistrate) [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 October 1882

FREMANTLE P0LIGE COURT. Wednesday, October 25th. (Before the Police Magistrate) John Etjbk, charged with being drunk in town on the previous afternoon, was sent in for twenty-one dav s. Charles Sharp, the driver of the inail carb to the Railway Station, pleaded guilty to having been drunk and incapable at tho Railway Station ab live o'clock ou Tuesday afternoon, while in cha.-ge oF Her Majesby's Mails. His mother/ who was present, stated that the defendant, was an excellent son, his only failing was drink — a weakness to which ho hal lately given way through- domestic troubles. For the sake of his children she h'-r.ref| j-.hat he might be put upon the pro hibited list. , , ? ? .-']?.. The Banch lii ed he defendant twenty shillings, or fou.te :n days' imprisonment in default of jay mint, and ordered his name to be placed upon the prohibited list. Hammjsit, a Malay, had nothing to urge in his defence when the police accused him of having been drunk und disorderly in the streets on the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 October 1882

JVOTICd]. EAST£RN~~RA1LWAY. niHE Omnibus ' PIONEER' will run X dttily to meet the arrival and departure of eaoh train at the Purfch Rail way otntion. Wahin a radiua of half a mile on nil jnncudn'niBod roads, the fare will bo SIXPENCE. Tne ' Pioneer' will call for passengers ?whf*n re(|iiirod. PARCELS will be booked either to Frerwautltf or Omldford, at Kuilway rates, at tlio Booking Office or ou delivery to the ?driver. Tne ' Pioneer' will call at each of the £i£ncipal Hotels in city, ouch trip. HSgT Booking Office — Hay Street, Perth. J. SUMMERS, Proprietor. JOHN SUMMERS, Undertaker and General Funeral Furnisher. HAY STREET, PERTH. T^UNERALS oonducted hi any part of Jj the colony, and all details connected therewith attended to at the shortest notice by tel«gratn or otherwise. Funeral Hearses and Coaches always xe&dy. ON HAND AND FOR SALE : TMonu mental Head and Tomb Stones, with handsome Iron Railings, supplied and erected complete. JOHN SUMMERS. Perth, July 26, 1882. JOHN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 October 1882

mm Australia voluheeu. Staff Office, 27th Boptcmbor. 1882. ' HIS Excellency Sir William C. F. Robinson, K.O.M.G., has been kindly pleaded to preaent a Prize to bo fired for by tho Volunteers, on TUESDAY, the 31st October, proximo, subject to tho following conditions : — 1. That the Prize be open to all Effective Volunteers. 2. Firing to commence at 10 o'clock, a.m. 3. Range — Perlh. ? 4. Target— Wimbledon. 5. Rifle — Snider, service pattern, short or long. 6. Ammunition — Service. 7. Distances— 400, 500, and 600 yards. 8. JS 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 600 yards. 12. Artificial reata and trial Bhota not allowed. 13. The marking not to be questioned. 14. Qualification — An average, score of 60 points made at nny nve practices between the 28th September and the 29th Oatober inclusive, at the nlwvu distances ; conditions as for competition, but ...

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

W23T&K AUSTRALIA Y01UHTE2E5. Staff Office, 37th September, 1882. HIS Excellency Sir William C. F. Robinaou, K.C.M.O., haa been kindly pieced to present a Prize to ba fired for by theVuluuteera, on TUESDAY, the 31at October, proximo, subject to the following conditioua : — 1. That tho Prize be opon 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 — Servioe. 7. Distances— 400, 500. and COO yards. 8. Number o£ shuts — Ten (10) at each distance. 9. Position — Any Military, except lying on the back. 10. Ricoohets — Not to count. 11. Ties to be decided by three shots at 600 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 bve practices between the 28th September ami the 29th October inclusive, at the at-»ve distances ; conditions as fur com peti...

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

. ? ? . . - . _ ~ _ JP - ... 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, wWoh will be forwarded Post Free on application. 6 o » B § MR H - H 0 m SMITH &, Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, 7 7 da / Mouldings, Skirtings. Architraves, Shop Conssters, and Shop Fittings. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN ? » . ; Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. . ? ? »,. I PICTURE FRAMERS. .a. PP b r ? 02 ? o PICTURES Mounted, I STEETCHED, %. - AND FRAMED. CARPETS MADE. i I H 1 H' S ^ ,, « H - fe ?'f I flEa ' ^ Complete ffl©n§® Fiiralsliiig €tfnl®gii€^, Free on Applica SMITH & CO., Household Furniture, Bedding, Pi...

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The Daily News. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 31 October 1882

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1882. Complaints have frequently been made against the practice of allowing cows to stray about the town. Not only do they roam about ' the streets, they intrude wherever they find an open gate, destroy flower beds, and keep one awake with the discordant sound of their cacophonous bells, ten times more dissonant than the melody of a cats' concert. Several parsons lately have been fined for allowing their cows to trespass about the streets; we deem it right to inform owners of cattle that the new Cattle Trespass, Fencing, and Impounding Act came into operation on the 1st of this month, and. that its provisions are far more stringent than the by-laws of the Municipality, which are now rendered void by the opera tion of the i e-v Act. Under the by-liws of the City Council any cattle and horses found trespassing on a public street or thoroughfare in a town or city, or in an enclosed public cemetery, were subject to a flue of one shilling per head. In many cases owne...

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

tfHorfting iHm's institute, PERTH. T-HOPLK*8 T-OPULAR /CONCERTS, AND Presentation P e rf or tnaneea. . Greatest Programme OF THE SATURDAY NEXT, Nov. 4. N~ifw HELODIES »n-l SKETCHES, OOMLO SONGS and BALLADS. GIFTS ! GIFTS! ! GIFTS ! 1 ! O£i VALUABLE PRESENTS /jf) Will be distributed away to the audience [ ADMISSION —61. Few reserved seats, ? Is. Doors open lit 7.^0, commence at 8 liharp. Come early to secure good seats. NEW ^OODS. JUST UNPACKED. STEVEN'S' fringed aud plain Xmas. and Kelt Year Cards, Beliet Scraps, new designs, (7000 sheetB juafc to hand.) Albums, Workhoxes, Desks, Music Folios, Toy Teasets, , A. few good Cricket Bats, -fcc, Sec. White-and-G -ld China B t eakf ast Services, Blue figured China Breakfast Services, White-and-Gold China Cups and Saucers. &c, &ci, &c. INSPECTION INVITED. H. G. MENKENS, Hay Street (Opposite Mr. Summers'). Forth Pot. 27, 1882. ? FOR PRIVATE SALE. A LL that Valuable Property, now in poB jf\. session of Mr. J. Sainsbury...

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GABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, October 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 31 October 1882

GABLE TELEG1UMS. ^ ? (ASSOCIATED PBK8S TELEGRAMS.) LONDON, October 26. Great dismay prevails at Constantinople and Cairo, in consequence of the Commission appointed to try Arabi Bey having recovered certain important papers which have passed between him and some of Lhe leading per sonages in the two capitals. Most damaging disclosures have been made by the discovery, aid many of the highest officials are com promised. The Porte are anxious to conclude a close alliance, and the diplomatic communications arrived at have met with great success. The Prophet whose followers defied the army of the Egyptian troops several weeks ago is giving rise to some uneasiness, as the rise of a powerful party opposed to the Khedive greatly complicates the settlement of affairs in Southern Egypt. The report of the massacre of a hundred Egyptian soldiers having' taken place is denied. President Grcvy and many of the lead ing officials of the .French Government hive received letters warning them that a s...

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 31 October 1882

INTERCOLONIAL. x'jiij^GEAMS. Adelaide, October 30. The steam-collier ' CoDne^ra,' from Bulli to Sydney, foundered off Botany Heads on Saturday. Thirteen lives were lost.

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NEWS FROM ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 31 October 1882

NEWS FROM ABROAD. Paul Boyton, the switnmei, is about to start on a five years' tour round the world, in which he will be aicompanied, at least as fur as Australia, by Hanlan, the champion oarsmai. Captain Boyton expects to swim down the Murray Rivet, in Australia ; go thencato China, and swim down the Hoang Ho, and afterwards pass down the Volga, in, Russia. A Gundagai toper says that Mr Eli John son, the temperance advc-ate, is the great est- benefactor he ever had. Heretofore the indulgence of his favorite pastime of getting 'tight' cost him a considerable sum of money; but since he has read Mr. Johnson's recipes for mxkiqg imitations of wines, spirits, and beer, he ca-i get drunk1 three times a day on a few pence. Canadian wl isky recently got the better of Sla-le, the spiritualist, and he gave a humorous seance, in . which he unwittingly exposed a good many of hia own tricks,, slate-writing and olhe:\ Some young men, it is said, plied him with this object in view. The New York ...

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