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TBE DAUGHTER OF GENERAL GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

TBE DAUGHTER OF GÉNÉRAL GRANT. The American people will hear of Nellie Grant's matrimonial misfortunes with the liveliest sympathy for the disappointed^ and unhappy lady, and yet with the despair lng conviction that the bitter lesson will probably be utterly lost on American girls, who are eager to offer beauty, wealth, and good social position in exchange for the name of an unappreciative and worthless foreigner. American maidens hold them- selves so cheap in comparison with whatever comes from Europe, that it was overlooked that the« daughter of the President of the United States bearing the most distinguished living name in America, married far below her position in taking the name of an obscure nonentity, whose only merit was that of being an Englishman, and, as it turns eut, a very shabby one at that. The marriage took I place at the White House while the bride's I father waa President-an honour which 1 the stolid bridegroom was, perhaps, incapable of appreciating : and the shi...

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MARY FRAMPTON'S JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

MARY FR AMPI ON'S JOURNAL. This is another memoire pour servir, and one, it would appear, of very great iuterest. The recollections of the writer, a Devonshire Squire's daughter, travel back as far as 17S0, and her diary is brought down to 1846. She appears to . have been intimately acquainted with many distinguished men aud women of her time, and much of her chit-chat will help to make history. We should strong ly advise our Mechanics' Institutes and leading libraries to supply themselves with her volumes. As a «ample of their contents we quote the following extract, with notes by a reviewer, which have ap- peared in au Eastern contemporary: "Among the friends of tho Frampton family was the beautiful Mis. Filz-Her- bert, who had the misfortune to fascinate the Prince of Wales. How he married her according to tho rites of the Roman Catholic Church, to which she belonged, and how he afterwards reeled into chapel to be married to the Princess Caroline, no reader of The Four Georges of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

COURTHOPE & GO., AUCTIONEERS, AMD "' Stock and Land Agents, HAÏ STREET, PERTH. (Established 1877.) WEEKLY SALES of Merchandize And pro- duce held on WEDNESDAYS, at the Malt Hay Street, commencing at'NOON. ' " Account-Sales rendered, with bhegreates t romptitude. . Several choice Town, and country proper- ties f or disposal. Agencies of'the Phoenix Fire Office of London, the Mutual Assurance SooiebtL of Victoria, Wolfe's ÀromatiO'Schhapt^ jp' 24th Sept., 1885. ?}? TO FARMERS. /lOURTHOPE & CO. are prepared ^ to receir^copsignments of HAY, CORN, PRTO, BRE ADSTUFFS, WOOL, SKINS, . LIVE STOßE!, GUM, HORSEHAIR, anil other pro duce, and tortore tfae'reaiüé^etraiug. sale. Jß^h-adyiinccd .if.xequu£d.-_" Shipments effected to England, and drafts thereon* negotiated. Dec. 15, 1885._ TO SQUATTE K8 AN1> STOR . KEEPERS. WHÓ^ ONLY. EDWARD KAt COURTHÖPE, .r*- ecrjption ; $T station. .Requisites a^d Station Supplies. - i l |r*Wlà61pàcks j Sardines Corasacks J Twine ; . ¡ . Teas :....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

TOE WESTERN MAIL TS published WeeUy, It öontains all the News of. the Weelt, Form <md Station Beporte, Sporting, Stories,Humour, Ladies* Column, etc. ? AGBt*T8t PEETH . i.. Mr. V. G. Molloy AI.BA.XT ... . ." Mr £ Tunney ABTITOB BIFER... ... Messrs F 4 C Piesse . BferSBii^.-..... . ..... M* H H Sewell i;>_ T J ^ BsiDqziçotfH ... Mr AW Moulton , BUHBUBT ... Mr B Torrest ? CAnrwisa . Mr WL Gibbs CARNARVON ... ... Mr. E. Cleveland - - DONGARBA ... ... Mr 8 F Moore PSEUASTLE " ... ... Mr E A Archdeacon - ^^?tfi^::^.«.,., MrsTFordham ¡ GERALDTON ... * ... Mr ÍW Stroud " GREENOUGH ... .,. Mr Edward Groy GUILDFORD, GlKGIN ) U. T AUmke YATHEROO, VICTORIA/ MRJ AUP*E KIMBERLE! ... MesBrs Youngman, Holmes & Co NEWCASTLE . Mr CS Monger NORTHAM ... ... Mr G L Throssell EOEBOURSE ... Mr Frederick Pearse VASSE .Mr A E Pries WILLIAMS BITES ... MesBrs F & C Piesse YORK .Mr H J Horley LONDON: Gordon & Gotch, St. Bride Street, Ludgate Circus " Bates, Hendy and Co 7...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

LAND AOENCX. Ab ANGO VE Late Alex. Forrest) LICENSED SURVEYORS, LAND AND STOCK AGENTS, PERTH, W. A Sole Agents for Sale of Government ¿'hoto Litho plans. Agents for the Victorian Fire Insurance Company. Capital, £1,000,000. Risks taken at lowest current rates. Fire and Marine Agents for Absentees. ? o Offices ? Howick Street, (opposite Mechanics' Institute,) Perth. June 30th. POE SALE PRIVATELY ON ACCOUNT OF MB. JOHN STEWART IN THE ASHBUR- TON DISTRICT. TALUABLE lease hold property within 40 miles from Port. N 2105 and N 2423 containing an area of 120,000 acres of splendid Salt bush country. This compact little property joins the runs of Forrest. Burt & Co., Messrs. Harper & McEae, and Knight ard Coarthope ruas, Ac, is to be sold a bargain. Apply to FORREST & ANGOVE. FOR SALE jr nHE Seabrook Estate, containing 9000 I acres Freehold Laud (between Wor- tham and York) good agricultural land, all fenced and highly improved. To be sold with or without stock. Terms...

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FOREST CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

FOREST CülpVÄTION. . ? Sir Julius Vogel; says the NeW Zealand correspondent of a Contemporary, hascod sistenü^ . urged .thft iiàpprûaiÎÉa pf. culti- vating' and proser vdng^óur^^ he lett the colony he passed an Act for that purpose, but unfortunately it was repealed directly his , back was turned. The Act which he had' just got tlirpuih the House is very similar in its^provisionsr It provides-that the Gevernor-m-Ooatföil may set apart any forest fonds for Stato forests,, and may appoint ¿me of the re- sponsible Ministers of the. Crown to !be the: " Commissioner of State Torests/' in whom is to vest the control and taauage« ment' thereof; including, as a; matter of course,rthe expenditure of rapneysappro mia^ed£.'''ior¿ lue' purpose 'by^Ptól^ament^ The Commissioner is, further ^spefifi^by "authorised to borrow, from any person willing to lend the same, or from the Treasurer, . and-'the Treasurer may-lend out of any Trust Fund under the control oí the General Government of New Zea lah...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

FOE SALE RY PRIVATE CONTEAtiT. THE FOLLOWING SPLENDID FREEHOLD PRO- PERTIES, Situate between BUNBURY and the VASSE, and known as the RIBBON GRANT. ALSO. THE BLOCK SURROUNDING BUN- BURY, ?Selected for Sir JAMBS STIRLING, the thea /©overuor of West Australia, more than 50 yea's ago, and being Wellington (or Leschen- ault) Location No. 41 and 26. NO 4L This Block extends from about one mile put pf Bunbury to the Ludlow Rirer, and contains about Fifteen Thousand Acres. ' The Capel fíirer runs through it for about i threemiles, the land on both banks of whioh is splendid soil and fine couch flats, the very best feeding and Agricultural laud in the <Moby, This district is specially noted for its suitability for growing Wheat and Boot Crops; and Dairy Farming, and this pro- perty *wus specially selected as the best and . most suitable for those purposes. No. 41 is divided into four Farms. No. 26 into two Subdivisions. NO 41. : Sub. No 1.-Being about 3,000 Acres from 'its Norther...

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FOR EUROPE, INDIA, CHINA, &c. PER BOB ROY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

FOR EUBOPE, INDIA, CHINA, &c. I PEU BOB HOV. Perth, Saturday, Jununxy 16, 8 pin; Perth, Saturday, January 30,8 p ta. Fremantle. Saturday, January 16, 9 p m; Fremantle, Saturday, January 30,9 p m GuUdlord, Saturday, Jauuary 16, 2 p in , Guildford, Uaturday, January 30, 2 pm York; Saturday, January 16, ?-30am; JTork, Saturday, January SW, 6-30 a ia Northam, Friday, Jauuury 15, fi pm; Norüuun, Friday, January 28, 8 » ni New- castle, Friday, Jauuary IB, 8 pin; Newcastle, Friday, January Sit), 8 p ni Cunning, Friday, January 15,1 p tn : Canning, Friday, Jauuury 29, i p m Pinjarra, Friday, January », 6 a m j Piiijunu, .friday, January 29, 6 & tu Bunbury, Uaturday, Jauuary 16, M p in ; Bunbury, 'Saturday, January SW, 10 p m Vasse, Saturday, January lu, 16 p ut ; Vasse, Saturday, Jauuary 30, 10 pm Victoria Plains, Tuesday, January isl, 1 p in ; Victoria Plaina, Tuesday, January SW, lp m Ginghi, Wednesday, January 1», 6 u m ; Ginghi* Wednesday» January 87, 0 ain Dungurra, Mun...

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WEEKLY COMMERCIAL REPORT. PERTH WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. FRIDAY, January 29, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

WEEKLY COMMERCIAL REPORT. PERTH WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. - FRIDAY, January 29, 1886. We hare a quiet week to chronicle. Tra den are very anxious to limit their opera tiona, AB the bad harvests in the JSasteri colonies have infused a spirit of caution intt the operations of the banks. Withal, then is a steady demand for ordinary classes ol merchandise, owing to numerous lines beiuj in short stock. Considering the state of the money-mar ket and the general disinclination ot atore keepers to extend their engagements, wc think that thus far our farmers hare been fortunate in the results of their harvest, not only as regards tho yield but also ns le- garás the readiness with which their output« are purchased. Merchants hare beeu so reluctant to purchase for ti.e last six months that their stocks have in most cases proved inadequate to meet the demand that is gen- erally made upon them just before farmers' lots are placed on the market. Many dur- ing tbe past week have found the dealers,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

CONTESTS. No. 7, Vol. 1. PAGE. ADVERTISEMENTS ... I, 2, 4,6,9,/T7, 24 TEE NOVELIST A Stern Chase, Part I, Chapters IX. 3,4 THE LADIES' COLUMN Food in Season - Kitchen-Re- ceipt*-Fashions - Questions Answers. 5 WIT AND HUMOUR. 5 LlTEB ATÜRE- \ eview : Mary Frampton s Journal.7 The Greville Memoirs: Second Part . ... 8 CORRESPONDENCE Diseases in Cattle .... 8 The Gribble Disturbance. 9 Bowing - Correct Time-TJnfer* mented Wine . 14 GENERAL NEWS Reported Discovery of Leichardt's Semaine-Labour Boycotting... 7 Alleged Shop Bobbery at Northam -The Daughter of General Grant-The Political Situation in Victoria-The German Sun- day . 8 The Land Corporation of West Australia, Limited-The New M.P.'B and Western Australia ll Northam Jottings. 13 Our Boads-Paragrapn (Mr W E Forster) ... ... . 14 Murder and Outrage in Ireland Painful Position of the Queen of Spain . ;. 15 WA Chamber of Commerce ... 16 Daring Attempt to Bob a Bask The Victorian Bevenne-The NewSouth Welsh Revenue ... 18 Bridgetown ...

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Farm and Station. "THE REFORM OR RUIN OF AGRICULTURE IN BRITAIN." [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

«THE REFORM OR RUIN OF AGRICUL1URE IN BRITAIN." -* This is the title of a ioug and able paper read before the Farmers' Alliance, London, by Mr. James Howard, M.P. No maa is more competent to speak regarding English agriculture than is Mr. Howard. We re- gret that, space will not allow us to give more than a running commentary and a few extracts from this sensible paper. Mr. Howard divided hia subject into (1) A review of former periods of depres- sion; (2) Causes of the present depression ; (3) Changes and remidies suggested ; (4) Advantages possessed by the British farmer, and the impediments to his success which may be removed. The first or retrospective portion was in-. teresting as showing how often these periods of depression had occurred previously ; that the remedy in olden times was alwajB in some form or other of protective duty against foreign produce ; and that the in- variable reBult was an increased demand for farms, and consequently an increased rent, and in a very few...

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KITCHEN GARDEN. CROPS FOR SUMMER AND AUTUMN EATING. [OBSERVER.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

KITCHEN CARDEN. CROPS FOR SUMMER AND AUTUMN EATING. [OBSEBVBK.] [The following strictly applies to about three months ago, but it may ba useful for some of our readers to cut out and keep.] Suoh a heading WEB perhaps never before written, and if BO is SB original as it ia trite and true. A good many growers cultivate their vegetables as though, they were only to be looked at when mature, and as they wish to make a good show, they let the produce stay upon the beds too long, and delicacy, crispness, flavour, and quality are all sacrificed for size and looks. The vegetable marrow, tho uauie of which is suggestive of richness-of a soft creamy flavour- is often left on the vine until it is as stringy and tough as an old pumpkin. People have been known to save th« seeds I of the cucumber that had been used for salad in the-expectation of growing some like it, and although this was au extreme case, it is still not uncommon to see cucum« bera of great Bize and a rich dark yellow at the end...

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GOVERNMENT OFFICES V. COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

GOVERNMENT QFiTOES V, GOM ^-r*^*. >~ MEROIAL. , This match as announced came oft: on the Recreation Ground en Tuesday after- noon last between two elevens chosen from among the; members of the Perth Pricket' Oiub, the one representing the .Government officials and clerks and the other the Commercialportion of the club. Play began about "3.30 p.m., when D. Caporn and. H. Tompsou went to the wickets, for the Govt. officers, facing the i .bowling of Gamspn and Lynch. The ^rmer however was badly run out before ^ .»coring and the latter was bowled by .Lynch after scoring S singles. P. L. Hussey now. joined Angove, who had replaced Caporn, and come good play followed, uutil Angove was «owled hy a good hall from Lynch, -having scored 7., S. J. Randell cainenext, tana after a few had been added to the score, Hussey was. taken by Birch, who! bad taken Gamson's place with the ball, j he having scored 25 by good play.; Woodbridge followed Hussey, and sue- j .oeeded in putting together 21 be...

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Sporting. SPROTING GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

SF0KÏIN1* GOSSIP. [BY YIUDEX.] At the meeting of the City Oounc other day a letter was received fron: Fruin, Secretary of the Cricket sociation, asking for permission to i a concrete cricketing pitch on the Re tion Ground. There was not the prov« Storm in a teapot ou this occasion, altfa there are certainly more objections raised against this proposal than the vious one for a lease of turf pitches. City Fathers, with two exceptions, ca bowed their heads in assent when Mayor, without any circumlocution pr< ed that the request of the crickete: granted. To those who had listent the discussion on the cricketing quei a f ew weeks ago, their attitude on thi casion was unexpected. On the prev - occasional! that was asked for was per sion to spend money in improving Recreation Ground. Then, our city ri ^ with only a few exceptions gave ext sion to many forebodings as to invasion the rights of the citizens if the reqi were granted. One or two of them : manded to know what the cric...

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MY PURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

MY PURSE. " Halves ! " cried Damper, SB we both stooped simultaneously to pick up an inviting object lying on the pavement at our feet. Now if Damper had been seedy as to attire and vulgar as to manner, and quite a stranger to me into the bar gain, I think I am sufficiently familiar with the amiable ways of London to have immediately rebuked the tempter with a wary " No you don't ! " But when Damper, my old friend Dautpor, cried, " Halves," I could suspect nothing, so I answered guile« essly- j It was a purse -not a fat purse, but j still a purse of undoubted respectabil- ity-shining and natty and brilliant as to clasp and corners-a purse that had assuredly been taken to the City to receive substantial dividends. It's odd, but I imniBdiately began to feel unaccountably antagonistic to Dam- per, and Damper on his side seemed to eye me with feelings of profound mistrust. " Well, suppose we open it," I said crossly. " Suppose we do, then," said Dam- per quite savagely. We did. There we...

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PERTH LOCAL COURT. (Before the Magistrate, Mr. Randell, and Mr. Jewell, J.P's.) THURSDAY, JANUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

PERTH LOCAL COURT. {Before the Magistrate, Mr. Randell, and Mr. Jewell, /.P's.) THURSDAY, JANUARY 27. The Court sat at ll o'clock. RUSS V. COTTBILL. | An action to recover JÊ5 4B. lld. for goods supplied. The debt was acknowledged. Judgment for plaintiff, with coBt £1 9s. 6d. 1 Buss v. CLAFFEY. The same plaintiff appeared in this case as that above. The only point in dispute was -the amount of interest charged upon the money owing. Plaintiff said his charge was ( ten per cent, per month. Mr. Leake : That is not enough. Judgment for plaintiff, with costs. BARKER V. BROWN. In this case the plaintiff, Mr. T. Barker, had obtained judgment for the amount of his «laim, and he now sued for the costs, £1 8s. Judgment for plaintiff. EDGAR V. DUNHAM. This was a family dispute. The defen- dant's wife is plaintiff's daughter, and she "became ill, and had to call in the doctor, and she eventually died. The amount claimed was for medical attendance, medical " comforts," and undertaker's costs, am...

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OUR LONDON LETTER. Christmas Day, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

OUR LONDON LETTER. Christmas Day, 1885. The "festive season"-as it is called lias set in with its full accompaniments of fog, wet, gloom, and the street parades of hopeless, helpless mendicancy. Such «Merry Christmases" make one long again for your bright shores. Your com- parative freedom from pompous state, or bitter pauperism-above ail, from that ever iucreasing curse and bête noir of the " lower middle class," as Mr. Gilbert dubs most ef us-the income tax. The papers of coarse toem with the views of meu on the Irish Question, but I will just glance this week at one or two Anglo-Colonial topics. _ It it plainly recognised, both in Eng- land and the Colonies, that a change has taken place in the status of the Agents General, and in the relations that exist between those representatives of the self governing colonies and the Imperial and Colonial Governments. Formerly, all colonial affairs so far as they were re- viewed, er regulated by Bowning Street, were of course dealt with in ...

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A LADY'S LONDON GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

A LADY'S LONDON GOSSIP. -0 There is always a certain degree of sym- pathy attending the illness of royal person- ages. The health of a crowned head has somewhat the same effect on the political atmosphere of his kingdom that the weather has on a barometer. In some instances the disturbance is felt in neighbouring countries, in which oase the situation becomes serious. Happily, the lamented death of Alfonso XII., the young Hing of Spain, will not affect the peace of Europe, and tbe troubles which it .seems likely to cause will be confined to the area of the Peninsula itself-that is, unless unfoseseen complications should arise. It has been an open secret for some time that the King was in ill health, but, unless those immediately round him, no one suspected that danger was imminent. He was a man of poor physique-small and slight. His neck was long and lean, taking away from what of dignity he assumed in his gait. But he had a charm of manner, a gentilesse, which all who approached hi...

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The Weather of Western Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

The Weather of Western Australia, The Meteorological Report of the co* lony for the year 1884, though presented among the Council Papers last session, has only just now keen issued to the pub lie. This is most regrettably late. At thW*ame time meteorological observa- tion do notx suffer from delay to the ?same degree as many other matters, th» records being chiefly valuable for com- parison with preceding years. The re- port is a fall and careful one, and has «videntlylbeen a source [of much pains- taking to the very energetic Reporter, Mr. Malcolm A. C. Fraser. It appears we have now one first class station, Perth, .eleven second class stations, and nine rain guage stations. In addition rain fall returns have been received from six »other quarters. These stations extend all roúnd the colony, from Eucla to King Sound. The ouly rain record from any .distance inland is that of Mr. Darlot's, .of Beringarra. The returns from eight of these stations, as wi il as those of Syd- ney, Melbou...

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A Bar Story. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 30 January 1886

A. Bar Story. When Mr. (now Baron) Huddleston was at. the bar, he was generalty on one side or the other in important horse cases. At Glouces- ter he was invariably retained in cases of equine dispute ; and it was said that he not only knew a great deal about the quadruped in question, but even more about the bipeds, who had to deal with it. He had a hard nut,, however, to crack in a Mr. Frederick Jacobs, who carried on a very lucrative business ai Cheltenham as a horse dealer. Mr. Jacobs was, if not fond of law, not afraid of it ; and. he more than once fought a touch-and-go case out, and got a verdict too, although the. leader of the circuit-Mr. Huddleston him- self-was against him. The latter, therefore, began to look upon Mr. Jacobs as a foeman worthy of his steel; and having once got him as a plaintiff in the witness-box for cross-examination, the learned counsel deliberately prepared, after his examination in chief, to administer a chastisement which should not soon be forgott...

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