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FREMANTLE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 31 October 1882

FREMA.NTLE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The special meeting of the Fremantle Municipal Conncil, which had been adjourn ed from the previous evening, was held last Friday night, in the .Council Chamber, when there were present — the Chairman (Mi-. E. H. Higham), and Crs. Da vies, Doonan, Harwood, Herbert, Owston, Pearse, and Snook. The Chairman : The sub-committee who were appointed to prepare the estimates for the ensuing year have prepared a draft of the probable receipts and proposed expenditure, which I now lay before you for your approval. Ifc is calculated that the receipts from all sources will amount to .£1237, which it is pmposed shall be expended aB follows : — Misj. llineous e.c penses (including salaries and printing, park, and fire hose, &c), jB' O. In the West Ward, £170 ; North Ward, JB35J; and in the South Ward, £2 57. Cr. Duvies : Do you think, Mr Harwiod, that if we applied to the Roads Bn-t-rd they would pay one-half of the cost towards cutting down Lefroy's Hill ? C...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 31 October 1882

NOTICE. I EASTERSsTjRAILWAY. 1*HE Omnibus ' PIONEER' will ruu daily to meet the arrival - and ? departure of each train at the Porik Rail way 3ution. ;; Within a radius of half a. mile on all macadamised rouds, the fare, will: be SIXPENCE. ? : f Tiie ?* Pioneer' will call for passengers when required. : PARCELS will be booked either to Fremautlo or GiuMford, at Knilwny rates, at the Booking Odice or on delivery to the driver. - . '*? ; The ** Pioneer' will call at each of the , principal Hotels in city, (inch trip. '? Uftgr* Booking Office — Hay .Street, Perth. J. SUMMERS, Proprietor. ' JOHS SUMMERS, Undertaker and General Funeral Furnisher. HAY STREET, PERTH. TjWJNER\LS conducted in any 'part 'of X. the colony, and all details connected , therewith attended to at the .shortest notice by telwgram or otherwise. ' Funeral Hearses and .Coaches always . ready. - ON HAND AND FOR SALE: Monumental Head und Toinh Stones, with handsome Iron Railings, supplied and erected complete. . ' ?; JOH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 November 1882

? -f:.lTfjft'' R' -'*#.( WiovkiM iHen'sf $nsftitutt,h *;, ?:,-: perth. . ?? 4 PEOPLE'S T-OPULAK Y^ONCERTSr ir ?? vj ' ? -??? AND GIFT ENTERTAINMENT. Somet^ung NevT^fHO BOI^ Something Novel. Something Great. COLOSSAL~~ATTR ACTIONS, SATURDAY NEXT, NOVEMBER 4. j: THE SIJRPIirSE PAKTlf .' Melodies and Sketches. .?''? - SHADOWGRAPHS. Scraps of Comedy. LAUGH MAKER S. Comic Songa and Ballads. THE jNteRvous JPamxly.,,. 'FLASHES OF FUN.' 'BRUISED AND CURED.' ?? |2g* Everybody Bhould see v v ' TOk ' THUMB ? 'Xi ''* HV VALENTINE VOX. ;.- ?*;. In celebration of the .5th of November' GRAND PYROTECHNICALDISPLAYi THE FIERRY CURTAIN All FjiRBWOfiKS 1 ! J Fireworks ! ! ! . ? ' „ GIFTS ! GIFTS'!]' GIFTS !!! ' ~ 30 c OSTLY PRES E'NVT.jg $Q ^J will be given kw%$*. *** ^ V '* %; ?^ F' ROE . ^pMISSION — 6d. Few reserved Beats. Is. Doors open at 7.3C|^-comnieme~-at 8 sHarp. Come-early to secure/gqpd seats. r''COME ONE ! dOMEt4Lpn| . . - ; - - - — | FrOjE SALE, price twelve i' - guineas;* A* i splendid HAR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 November 1882

???''. : ' ? ? ? ., . '' „ . . ? ^ Cabinet Makers, French Polishers, and Upholsterers. Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £33, or r For £50. .- usi,. ?:' 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. / ; :,: ? . ;'';';;A;v- Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. « d H ^ SMITH & Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, 9Ionii!i»gs, Skirtings. Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings. CARPETS PLAMED, LAID & MADE. FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN ? ♦ — ? ? . Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FffENGH POLISHERS, — — ^ — *r — CARVERS; . . ' f PICTURE CRAMERS. S H ?B- P1 '? H CQ' ???:?-'?'?'? m - - : :;;Q PICTUEES Mounted, STEETCHEB, AND ^FB...

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SHIPPING. FREMANTLE. ARRIVED—OCTOBER [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 November 1882

SHIPPINGS 'r.'FREMANTLE. ? ; A^RRl'v'EI)— October'! . Belle of Buribury/r.sch'ooner, Miller, '.from Bunbury. ,, ,. , t Planet,. -( schooner, ,-t Neave.rtf rom,ri Port \Valcottt. Two passengers. '??'?-? SAILED— November 1. « 5 Spinaway, barque, 825 tons, ij. Bateman, tor Bunbury. . . ? ' * »»,?-„. [BjJ ..Electric Telegraph.] . ; (. 'AiBAN^.^-'AiTived': November' I, 'R.M.'S. 7erona,-from: Galle::Sailed ^.Noy^i fftM.S.c V'erona,,for Coloinbo. ' ~ ' , POBt!A'i)_ii,AibB?-?Arriv-ed': ObtV.ai'.Lily Hawkins, ketch, from Eucla,,.&c. ,Noy, 1^. [ta! v, bq., fL-om Frem'iintle. ' Sailed':^ Nov. L, Macedon, srrf or Albany. ? Port. Denison. — Sailed : Oct. '30, A.rgo, 3oh.i for Freinkntler- rN6'v^2i ^Minnie', sch./l for Qeroldtpn. ;,,.., ,.-,.,-:,' .,„ -,-„£?, rio- 1,-.^. = ?? Busboet'. — -Sailed ? NoVember 2/Tneresa, sch.i.for^Vasse^ii'oirt'-. L-ji'j/xv htm :-'r:.'il / .(tekaIiDTON. : — Arrived i Nov. 1, Will Watch] cutter/froin Port 'D'enis'oni1' 'Sailed!1? Noir. 2, Helena Mena, bc_.,for...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 November 1882

TO ADjg&l%riSERS. A8,lhe'I-XJlft-$rEW8r is 8en7 .it. to -press at half -past - 3 - o*.eloeM advertieemnts sKauldWeach' thie office ?as 606'n after 2 o'clock as possible. ~ ' Noveiiilier 3rd. iaccf X\ SiXE OF CATTLE. ' ' j TAMB8I MORRISON has .received, in-1 V^etructions to dell By auction 'on' 'Mri1 W. Osborne's premises in Murray ..Street, Perth, on 'Friday, the 3rd of ?' November, about' 10 head Mixed Cattle. The ? Auction will commence at one p.m. .- - --???' -;a-K -no :.-,- JOSEPH LOCKYIER; ^ Perth, Oct. 30, 1882. . ' nei^::^ L.ii .:?; BLONDIN ? BLONDIN riBiONDiN!; ,,« . LOOK OUT : FOB i B LQNPJ 1Mf. BLONDIN. ?'''\; ''x ' ' '' UJ''c:}-'.y ::. ' V blojuhk ? ' 'Tne'Prince-of ' -, , ^ ~ ROPE WALKERS,1 J '^ ? Now en route to cross ? '--- HI^G'ARA? FA'LLS, ^AMEniOAf,'?; ^ ?# ^asaengW per'4s.s!.; Maceabni*5-*'* **' OPENS at PERTffaiioutNSvEMBER 13. . ^AWcoinmhnications as 'to country' en-' gagein'eiits to ;be undressed to ftlr. W.^jBT. Parker, Wellington. Hotel, P.erth. v,;-r;...

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THE PEARLING INDUSTRY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 November 1882

THE PEARLING INDUSTRY TO THE EDITOB. Sir, — A. good deal has been saicl . in the Daily News lately about the claims^' 6r; Mr. - Seubert as the first to start the' 'pearl-shell industry. Mr. Seubert, as a pioneer, ' un-.: doubtedly has claims; but others must npfc° be forgotten. Poor Tags and others, 'amor-g them Mr. Broadhurst, inf a^ boat 'belongings to the Denison Plains Squatting ' Company, were really the first, having two natives with them — Magpoleand Cnthall — to bring in shell. Tags was the first to go East ward j Mr. Seubert was the first to senct' shells in any quantity from Condon.. This was soon. after Tag? left the North-west( in the ill-fated 'Emma,' for the' Swoh.'to'gefc a larger boat for extended operations. Where/ was McKay ? — Yours truly, -'....; WILLOW-PATTERN.

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ROTTNEST PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 November 1882

ROTTNUST PRISON. . ,- r ...... -„ r ? ? A short time ago we poihted out /that if ^; the : peripatJefu! GascOyu^e magistrate 'con- ' tintied(to send down silch numbers of native' ' Drisonefs tlie Government would-be com pelled to pr ivide them a new prison, as'jthe '' present one at Rottnest-was already over crowded. '.' .No - sooner 1 did this /-.paragraph, appear in - our columns r than- .with f,the- deUcate c jurtosy so peculiar to th'ati journal, }' it was 'at. once flatly J 'cPntnVdift't'ed 'by one ' of our contemporaries, who stated there 3 was plenEy:of rooui' in' the Rottnest ,estab lishmont for more prisoners, arid' that, in fact, the prison was rather under peoplod than over-crowded, as we had stated it to be. This flat contradiction, attracted the notice, of a geutleman whois.intiimateJy acquainted with the state of affairs afc Rottnest. and who has kindly \fgrwajrded to '*♦ us -the .following . report for, publication. Our correspondent'- writes:— '-' In xeading over a pa...

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MAILS CLOSING TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 November 1882

JMAf LS; CLOSING . TO-MORROW, i For the Eastern colonies, etc. — overland to Albany^TrrAt the General PpstOfficeiill a.mA/iiPrem^iitleVD^O a.-ni-. ; Guildfordy8.30 a.m.,. Friday. Novemlier 3.- . ., ? For Geraldton; Shark's 'Bay, Gascoyne/ PortWalcott, etc.,:.^At,.the General Post Office, at 8 a.m., .Friday,, November ,3. .

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 November 1882

TO CORRESP^OISEDENTS,' hsCHUECHMAirlre-THe AiohbTsn&p-of Can'ter bur-y and Primate pf England — the Most i Rev^^AW-h'iBald'-Tdit; 'D^i-;^-i8 Hx'' ' hiBJi£isr: lyear-^vHewfls appoijited to. the Archiepis co^al See 01 Canterbury, in 1863, as succes sor to the'Mte'Dr^Lbriglgy'P Ur. T«iit;'warf bpjn in, Edinburgh ^jhejwas, educated under Archdeacon l/Villiams, at the High School, and at the Academy of that city, and, abdtit' the year 1S.30, was elected ,an- Exhibitioner to^Balliot College; Oxford.'' '' ? ;''t;il ''' Me. Leach's letter shall appear to-inorr' row- - - ? „

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 November 1882

- ? ' EASTERN RAILWAY   THE Omnibus ' PIONEER' will run 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 xnaoadnrninod roads, the 'fare will be SIXPENCE. The ' Pioneer' will call for passengers -when required. PARCELS will be booked either to Preraautle or Guildford, at Railway rates, at the Booking Office or ou delivery to the driver. »The' Pioneer' will call at each of the principal Hotels in city, each trip. 'USS' Booking Office— Hay Street, Perth. J. SUMMERS, Proprietor. JOHN SUMMERS, Undertaker and General Funeral Furnisher. HAY STREET, PERTH. TTIUNERALS conducted in any part of J; the colony, and all details connected therewith attended to at the shortest notice by telegram or otherwise... ,-.,???' .Funeral, Hearaea and Coaches .always ready. ON HAND AND FOR SALE : Monumental Head and Tomb Stones, with handBocne Iron Railings, supplied and erected complete. .. . . JOHN SUMMERS. Perth, July 2...

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The Daily News. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 November 1882

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1882. The picture drawn by a correspondent of the state of the natives at Rottnest island is humiliating. We delayed publishing it in the belief that it was somewhat exaggerated, as reports of natives appear always to have been, bat we are assured that the statements made therein are true to the letter. We do not propose entering into details as to the conduct and treatment of the natives, but we think the Govern- ment could utilize their labor more profitably. The Fremantle Prison is nearly empty. It is capable of receiv- ing a large number of men; why should it not be converted into a ward for native prisoners ? Th employment of 'these men-'cbuld be' inad'e' available for-Btonerbreakirigraiid-s road-tnaliing. They ..would ^perhaps0Hrequire tmore supervision irTour towns .than when employed1 WtrOE_ottEes'tpBuS''lSte' ? extra cost fora^ardefcsiwouldabecsm'ad&up by the reproauctivene8Sj^-f_jbb,eir work. Their habits, perhaps, rend errit .neces- sary that...

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

v. f||| R tmetkins iHm'sf Jnstitutt, PERTH.- ' 'PEOPLE'S 'pOPULAE /~1ONCERTS, ? ?' ' ? ? . AND A. - ' GIFT ENTEET NMENT. ? o ? 1 - Something New. , . . . , - Something Novel. ; -;.:; -„- ? '' ' ? '-? Something Great. COLOSSAL ATTRACTIONS, SATURDAY NEXT, NOVEMBER 4. TH&; SURPRISE PARTY, Melodies and Sketches. .,-?' '', % SHADOWGRAPHS. Scraps of Comedy. LAUGHMAKERS. Comic Songs and Ballads. THE J^ERVOUS jpAMILY. J^ERVOUS JPaMILY. 'FLASHES OF FUN.' 'BRUISED AND CURED.' ? - ? ? K33 Everybody should see TOM THUMB. VALENTINE VOX. In celebration of the 5th of November GRAND PYROTECHNIC A L DISPLAY, VAl FSERRY CURTAIN!!! Fireworks !!! Fireworks !!! ' GIFTS ! GIFTS ! ! GIFTS ! ! ! gQ C OS TLT P RES EN T s g'Q . will be given away ' R R E;-''E - ADMISSION — GcL Few reserved seats, Is. Doors open at 7.30, commence at 8 sharp. Come early to secure good seats. COME ONE ! COME ALL ! ! FO R SALE, price twelve guineas. :A splendid HARP PIANO, nearly new. Just the thing for instructing . chi...

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

Cabinet Makers, French Polishers, and Uphdlstirers. Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £33, or V-\ ?,??.-. 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. ? n — r. ? — ? ' — — ? Five-room Cottage jFurnished ?jit.!!' For £95, or ?. : ??;;;;;..;:';„ ?'' Fo* £&f\ ''' '?.'''? i T' r ?''?'?'?? Send for 'detailed Furniture Catalogue1, which will be forwarded Post-Free' on application. 6 P a § ! E ! M 0 SMITH & Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, lonldiugs, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings. ? FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN ? ^ ? .Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLKS HEM. TURNERS, PICTURE FRAMERS. CO ;-r::.':'.b- ' 0 PICTURES Mounted, STRETCHED, AND pAMED. CARPETS MADE. SMITH & CO., .Cabinet Makers. SMITH & 00....

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SHIPPING. FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 November 1882

SHIPPING. FREMANTLE. (By Electric Telegraph.) GERALDTON.— Arrived : Nov. 2, Nor thern Monarch, ship, from Sydney ; Minnie, sch., from Port Denison (Irwin.) VASSE. — Arrived: Nov. 2, Theresa, sch., from Buubmy. ALBANY.— Sailed: Nov. 2, midnight, Otway, s., for Fremantle. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The s. Rob Roy was despatched to Port Walcott, via Geraldton and Sharks Bay, at 10.50 this morning. The fine ship, Southern Monarch, which arrived at Gerald Ion, yesterday, from Syd ney, is under charter to carry horses to India for Mr. Maitland Brown. The s. Otway, with the homeward mails for the R.M.S. 'Verona, arrived at Albany early on 'Wednesday morning. Returning, with mails aud passengers from Melbourne and Adelaide, brought by the Verona, the Otvay -will be due at Fremantle on Satur day evening. I The schooner Planet arrived at Freman k-tle, from Cossack, yesterday. Copt. Neave reports that he left Cossack on the 12th ult., and that during -the greater part of his I passage he met with...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 November 1882

DWELLING 'HOUSES AND SHOPS f V TO LET. . A PPLICATIONS will be received up XJL to the 1st of December, 1882 (for a term of two years,) to rent the Dwelling House at present occupied by Mr. Juo Elsegood ; also, two now ? shops adjoining, aud cottage. The Dwelling House contains 7 rooms, with detached kitchen, aud stable, &c., -&c. Posse ision on the 1st January, 1883. JNO. ELSEGOOD. Perth, October 31, 1882. ~ HOUSES AND LAND FOR SALE. /~\NE 12-roomed HOUSE, with verandah \_7 and balconies back and front, bath-' room, &c., &c.j. approaching completion ; possession within two moushs. Two semi-detached VILLAS, each con taining eight rooms and cellars, now in .- course of erection. ; : The Northern half of Perth Town Lot H42. The Northern half of Perth Town Lot H 41.. ????? The Southern half of Perth. Town Lot H 41, with substantially built 4- roomed Cottage. ; * The Southern half of- Perth Town Lot j|42. Perth Town Lot V 92. Perth Town Iiob\V93. , ?, Part...

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

1ST Q T I' C 232 .?? FROM this date, all ac counts due to me tor .tfiiEiG-uT, Cartage, Eire wood, &c, will be collected, Direct from my office MONTH LY. My Clerk's receipt will be a; sufficient discharge for the same. ^ .' . W., LAWRENCE, Jun;^ l Perthi November 1, 1882.

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The Daily News. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 November 1882

M%t Batty #eto$J l FRL0A^YTNO^llBEE3ri882! We publish elsewhere Mr. McMahon's letter complaining o£; an annoyance he is constantly being subjected to on the part of persons who on ' moral grounds' sought to prevent his ob taining a transfer of his license to a new and more commodious hotel than the one he previously occupied, and which has been closed. We should hot have commented upon this letter, but we have in remembrance a slan derous and calumnious imputation made by the West Australian a few weeks ago, reflecting discredit upon the owner of the new hotel, Mr. MeMahon, impugning the morale of the police, comparing them to the Melbourne wrong- doers, and suggest ing that certain ' irregularities' await discovery which would explain what has greatly astonished the public— namely, that Mr. MeMahon. had received a transfer of his license. The writer of the paragraph in the West Australian says, 'When we are in ' formed that no. complaints have 'ever been made by the police res 'pec...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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FREMANTLE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 November 1882

JPEEMANTLE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. An ordinary general monthly meeting of the Freumtitle Municipal Council was held last Wednesday evening, in the Council Chamber, when there were present — the Chairman (Mr. E. H. Higham), together wi h Crs. Da vies, Doonan, Durlacher, Ows ton, and Snook. The minutes of the last general aud special meetings were duly con tinued. ? ' ? Supervisor's Report. The Supernsor laid upon the table his usual monthly labor account, containing details of the expenditure in each Ward, and the works which had either been com pleted or were then in progress. The re port was received. . Accounts. The following accounts were ' ordered' to* be paid: — The clerk (postages), £1 11s. 5d.; R. N. Waldeck, pens, Is. 6d. ; Supervisor (salary), £7 10s. j M. Higham & Son, £-d 10s. 7d.j D. K. Congdon, 8s.; Haley, (stone), ? J315 17s; ; C,.S)iarp, ; £& 15s.'j! .monthly la borers' account, .£23 17s. 6d. ;. fr.v Wright, jf 8 17s. 8d. The unanimous opinion' of the Counc...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 3 November 1882

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. ♦»* Correspondents, wlion sending communica tions, are requested in all casos to give their re il name and address, in addition to any nom-de-pliime thev may think iit to adopt. The Editor osmnot undertako to insert communications unless tins request be complied with.

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