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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 November 1882

NOTICE. rEASTERN~~RAILWAY. mHB OmnibuB 'PIONEER' will run J, daily to meet the arrival and departure of each train at the Perth Rail way Station. Within a radiu£ of half a mile on all macadamised rcflt&s, the fare will be SIXPENCE. The 'Pioneer' will call for passengers when required. PARCELS will be booked either to Fremantle or Guildford, at Railway rates, at the Booking Office or on delivery to the driver. The ' Pioneer' will call at each of the principal Hotels in city, each trip. ftgg' Booking Office — Hay Street, Perth. J. SUMMERS, Proprietor. JOHN SUMMERS, Undertaker and General Funeral Furnisher. HAY STREET, PERTH. TjYUNERALS conducted in any part of X? the colony, and all details connected therewith attended to at the shortest notice by telegram or otherwise. Funeral Hearses and Coaches always ready. ON HAND AND FOR SALE : Monumental Head and Tomb Stones, with bandsome Iron Railings, supplied and erected complete. . JOHN SUMMERS. Perth, July 26, 1882. JOHN SUMMERS, ...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BLONDIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 November 1882

BLONDIN. -.'fT A week or two ago a stranger arrived in the city and took rooms at one of our prin cipal hotels ; he was a Mr. 'W. H. Parker, one of the jrentlemen interested in introduc ing Blondin, the famous rope-walker, who is under an engagement to cross the Falls of Niagara, and who intended making an appearance in Perth. Later on came his associate, Mr. W. Woollard, then followed Blondin himself, a muscular, well-made young man, about 21 years of age. On Tuesday evening last he appeared at the Town Hall before a crowded and appreciative audience, among whom we noticed Lord and Lady Gifford and many of the leading residents in the city. A wire j rope one inch in diameter was stretched ' along the. hall reaching from the stage to j the gallery, a height of about 25 feet. Ascending the rope he at once started boldly in marching style, the Rifle Band playing the Grand March from Norma. Loud were the plaudits as be reached the goal, and Blondin was at once proclaimed a favorite. ; ...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FREMANTLE MUNICIPALITY. ANNUAL MEETING OF RATEPAYERS [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 November 1882

FREMANTLJ2 MUNICIPALITY. ? ^ ? ANNUAL MEETING OF RATEPAYERS The General Annual Meeting of the rate- | payers of Fremantle -was held in the reading room of the Literary Institute last Monday ; evening, when there were present — the ' Chaarman (Mr. E. H. Higham, M.L.C.), and Crs. Davies, Doonan, Durlaoher, and Pearse j together with about sixty of the leading ratepayers of the Municipality. i The Chairman opened the meeting by reading tho notice he had issued summoning the ratepayers to attend. He then said : I : will first submit to you the accounts for the present year. I regret to say that they i have not been audited yet, owing to one of , the auditors being absent from town at pre- i sent, but they will be submitted to the audi tors for examination as soon as they like to attend. With your permission I will sim ply announce the various amounts, after the formal business has been disposed of# The Clerk then read the minutes of the last general half-yearly meeting. Mr. Flindell : M...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CABLE TELEGRAMS. CONSTANTINOPLE, November 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 November 1882

CABLE TELEGEAMS. (associated press telegrams.) CONSTANTINOPLE, November 13. An organised attempt has been made to assassinate the Sultan of Turkey. A member of His Majesty's Body Guard has been arrested for conrolicitv in the attempt. The man is an African negro, who some time ago was brought from Soudan, the seat of the present Mahoinmedan rising against the Khedive. Mons. A. Dacces/the French Ambas sador at Brussels, has been appointed Ambassador at Rome. The Italian Government have removed to Paris their Ambassador at London, General Count Monabrea, leaving the am bassadorial post in England at present' unoccupied. George Rose, who, under the nomde plume of 'Arthur Sketchley,' wrote the articles depicting the experiences of Mrs. Brown on Her Tours,' is dead.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 November 1882

MAYORALTY OF PERTH. Western Australia, Perth, October 21, 1882. \ To George Shenton, Esq., M.L.C., Mayor of Perth. SIR, — 'VVe, the undersigned, Citizens and Ratepayers of Perth, respectfully re quest that you will again allow yourself to be placed in nomination for the office of Mayor of the City of Perth. In doing so wo feel assured from your past experience that you will, to the utmost in your power, further the best interests of the city, and . carry to a successful completion the Loan 'Work which has been inaugurated and commenced during your present term of office. 'We pledge ourselves to support your return. S. H. Parker S. Hyinus ,T. Dyer Anthony Fouchavd Fras. Lochue A. J. Hillinan Vincent King W. Strickland W. Snook John Arnold H. Strickland jun. . John S. Bowra Arnott Francisco ' Jos. Shaw Geo. Vincent Wni. L. '\\r. Harper B. Kelly Jos. Sowden A. W. Armstrong D. Brennan W. Or. Hearman F. J. Liddlolow J. Liddlolow G. Young J. K. Churchyaitf. H. C. Cutting M. McMahon J. C. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 November 1882

3 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, oi For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. d O i 5 1 . H Sj / 7 rJia 7 Slonldings, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN ? » Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ? » PICTURE FRAMERS. CO Q ? 0 PICTURES Mounted, STRETCHED, AND FfiAMED. CARPETS EVIADE. w DOORS,. SASHES, SHOP FITTINGS, AND MANTELPIECES. CARPETS 8VSADE 1 1 0 ^ JHL. V — ? ^-^'^ ''? SMITH & CO., Household Furniture, Bedding, Picture Frames, Picture Mouldings, ; Bedsteads, Cots. SMITH & CO., Steam Saw Mills, Steam Tutning Mills, Steam Chair Fac...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 November 1882

THE MAILS Duo at O.P.O. Perth : — From England, &c. : Nov. 24 and Dec. 8. From Eastern colonies, Nov. 18 and Dec. 2. BesnatcJied from G.P.O. Perth : — For England, &c. ; Nov. 25 and Dee. 9. For Eastern Colonies : Nov. 18 and Dec. 1 — overland to Albany.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. FREMANTLE. SAILED—NOVEMBER 16. EDITH, cutter, for Sharks Bay. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 November 1882

SHIPPING. FREMANTLE. SAILED — November 16. EDITH, cutter, for Sharks Bay. -'Bv Electric Teles-ranh.1 ALBANY.— Arrived : Nov. 14, Thyra, 'og., from Melbourne. Nov. 15, 1*30 a.m., Otway, s.j from Fremantle ; 9*30 p.m., R.M.S. Ancona. from Glenelc : 11 n.m.. Macedon, s., from Fremantle. Sailed : Nov. 16, 4 a.m., R.M.S. Ancona, for Colombo. GERALDTON. — Arrived : Nov. 15, Julia, cutter, from Fremantle. Sailed : Nov. 15, Charlotte Padbury, hq., for Fremantle ; Nov. 16, Julia, cutter, for Sharks Bay ; Will Watch, cutter, Minnie, och., for Port Denison. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The brig Thyra (255) arrived at Albany, is chartered to load with sandalwood for Shanghai. The barque Daydawn (355), at Port Adelaide, and the German ship Pacific (762), at Melbourne, ai-e on the berth for Fre mantle.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 November 1882

BIRTH. SOLOMON.—At Agnes Cottage, Canton-     ment Road, Fremantle, on 13th instant, the wife of E. Solomon, of a son.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Daily News. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 November 1882

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1882. The West Australian, usually so self- laudatory, cannot be said to be so in a portion of its issue of Tuesday, on the subject of the Governor's Des- patch to the Secretary of State re the Kimberley Regulations. His Excel- lency states in his Despatch that he forwarded all that had been said in the Press on the subject of the new Regulations, in order especially that Lord Kimberley might have before him a full statement of the case from the lessees' point of view. Yet the West Australian, in its anxiety to blame its bete noir, says that the Des- patch contains not a word as to the   "grounds upon which the public de-   "sire a full acceptance of the proposed   "modification of the Kimberley stock-   "ing clause contained in the Address   "of the Legislature of September,   " 1881." If the case of the Kimber- ley lessees was not fully put forward by those papers which have advoca...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. DELIVERY OF POSTAL CARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 16 November 1882

Letters to the editor. DELIVERY OF POSTAL CARDS. Sir, — It has been pointed out to me that the reference made in my letter in the Daily News of Monday last, as to postal cards having possibly been 'mislaid,' is liable to an interpretation which might reflect injuriously upon the official charac- ter of Mr. Sholl. My words conveyed no such meaning. It happens that Mr. Sholl is an opponent of Mr. Patton (on whose be- half I posted the cards) ; otherwise his name would not have appeared in the letter at all. I may state that the irregularity complained of — the non-delivery of postal cards — was referred to by Cr. Sholl, Cr. Christie, and others ; and I am authorised to add that Mr. Jas. Manning, jr., has com- plained that photographs posted by him, and letters posted in time for delivery, have been considerably delayed. STEPHEN M. STOUT. Perth, Nov. 16.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 17 November 1882

WANTED IMMEDIATELY.— Six (6) Mkn to work in a Brickyabd.-Two (2) to get clay, two (2) moulders, and two (2) to bear ofE — Apply to JAMES BRITTAIN, Builder, Perth. October 19, 18*2. OB SALE~ A staunch bay HOUSE, black points, about 15J hands high, quiet, well broken to saddle and harness. Apply, Inquire^' office. ?COR SALE, ANY SIZE. OHROMOGRAPHS, capable of produc ing fifty impressiona. Apply at this Office. FOB. SALE. A quantity of WASTE . PAPER. Apply at this office. T7LIGIBLE COUNTRY BLOCK FOR JJJ SALE, — A 10-aore block of land, cleared and fenced, with a two-roomed stone cottage and out-house, situated about a mile and a quarter from the Avon Bridge, Northam, and close to the New castle Road. For further particulars, ap ply to Mr. BRIT^ALL, Hay St., Perth. November 14th, 1882. ? VINCENT piA:ZP Cook and Confectioner, FANCY BREAD & BISCUIT BAKER GREENGROCER, -fec, WISHES to announce that he has com menced business as above in Mrs. Trigg's store, St. George's Terraoe, next...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 17 November 1882

[?] 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 Tor £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, or For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. n 8 H 4 If) Mouldings, Skirtings^ Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings, FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN ? 0 ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ; ? _ ♦ ? ? ? f PICTURE FRAMERS. 9 ? ? H § ? h^ ? H3 PT1 ? w ? ? k^ 1 ^ CO . ij ? E ^ ?' Q 0 PICTURES , - Mounted, STEETCHED, AND FMMED. ?I. CARPETS MADE. [?] JDGQ&S, SASHES, FITTINGS, AND MANTELPIECES, - CARPETS MADE 1 B N 5 fe SMITH & CO., Household Furniture, Bedding, Picture Frames, Picture Mouldings, I Bedsteads. Cots. SMITH & CO., Steam Saw...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED—NOVEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 17 November 1882

SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED — November 16. THERESA, schooner, Reid, from Bun bury, 7 SAILED— November 16. SURPRISE., cutter, Tuckey, for Man durah. November 17. LILLY BLANCHE, cutter, for Sharks Bay. MARY SMITH, schooner, Rickers, for Beagle Bay. THE OUTPORTS. (By Electric Telegraph.) GERALDTON.— Arrived : Nov. 17, Will Watch and Minnie (put back from sea). ALBANY.— Sailed : Nov. 16, Sarah Ann, bq':, for Fremantle ; 6 p.m., Otway, s., for Fremantle. Nov. 17, 11*40 a.m., Macedon, s., for Port Adelaide. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING-. The barque Sarah Ann, now on her way froni.Albany, in ballast, will be berthed at Rockingham, for the purpose of loading with jarrah, for South Australia.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 17 November 1882

ELECTORS OFIPERTH! . —-o-; - - IF YOU WANT YOTTR STREETS AND FOOTPATHS EXTKJSr-DEID AND ' YOUR CITY BEAUTIFIED )tg$- VOTE FOR S O O T T ! ! ! ^- IF YOU WANT RAIR PLAY In having your names kept upon the ELECTORAL ROLL, And not struok off without reason or notice, g: VOTE FOK_SCOTT. IF YOU WANT YOUR REQUISITIONS CALLING — MUNICIPAL MEETINGS — RESPONDED TO, And not treated with INDIFFERENCE, Y'OTE j?OI\ JSCOTT. BY SPECIAL REQUEST, Jt3gT TO-NIGHT. B L OID I M . THERE are Certain Doubts as to BLONDIN'S )Wi- STANDING UPON HEAD FEAT. This is to notify that this will be perform ed TO-NIGHT. If not performed money returned at the Door. ? A DANCE ? ?WI1L BE GIVEN AFTER THE PERFORMANCE. Prices of Admission. — 3s., 2s., Is. Holders of 3s. and 2s. tickets admitted to the D A N O E BLONDIN'S Grand Family Matinee, ON NOVEMBER 18. Doors open at 2 o'clock, to commence at 3. M1LLION~PR1OES !!! TO bring the admission -within the means of every family every CHILD will be admitted at the rate of SIXPENC...

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MAILS CLOSING TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 17 November 1882

MAILS CLOSING TO-MORROW. Mails for the Eastern colonies, etc., for transmission to Albany, etc., will be closed At the General Post Office, at 11 a.m. . At Fremantle, at 9.30 a.m. At Guildford, at 8.30 a.m. On Sattjrdat, November 18.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 17 November 1882

NOTIOI5. EASTErKPrAILWAY, TPHE Omnibus 'PIONEER' will run X daily to meet the arrival and departure of each train, at the Perth Kail way Station. Within a radios of half a mile on all macadamised rotKIs, tho faro will be SIXPENCE. The '? Pioneer' will call for passengers when required. PARCELS will bo booked either to Fremantle or Guildford, at Railway rates, at the Booking Office or oa delivery to the driver. The ' Pioneer' will call at eaoh of the principal Hotels in city, each trip. jjgg- Booking Office— Hay Street, Perth. J. SUMMERS, Proprietor. JOHN SUMMERS, Undertaker and General Funeral Furnisher. HAY STREET, PERTH. 'OUNERALS conducted in any part of JC the colony, and all details connected therewith attended to at the shortest notice by telegram or otherwise. Funeral Hearses and Coaches always xeady. 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, Coach ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Daily News. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 17 November 1882

i;BjBA^rNOVEMBER 17, 1882. The Messageries Maritimes de France ?will despatch their new line of steam ers from Marseilles -to Australia' to wards the end of this month. Their steamers will call at Mauritius, en route, and Albany will be their first and .last port of call inwards and outwards in Australia. Hitherto this servicehas been maintained between Marseilles and Mauritius, and vice versa ; the passage either way, by monthly trip, occupying about 26 days. The general population of Mauritius exceeds 100, 000, and the Indian population 236, 000, making a total of about 350,000 to be provided for. 'We notice by our files from Mauritius that reference is made by our contemporaries in that island to the opening there will be for a trade in meat. There is little or no live stock kept on the island, and the inhabitants depend upon the island of Madagascar, 500 miles distant, for their supplies. Even these are not regular. When a shipment arrives a notice is inserted in the papers and ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 17 November 1882

plication of existing laws to acquired colon ies the rule which prevails is very clearly stated in Mr. Burges' commentaries of colonial and foreign laws. He says, ' Such ' colonies carry with them only so much 'of the English law as is applicable to 'their own situation and the condition ' of the infant colony, such for instance 'as the general rules by inheritance 'and of protection from personal in juries.' Observe the exceptions; which* are clearly defined : ' The artificial refinements ' and distinctions incident to the prosperity ' of a great commercial people, the laws of ' police and revenue, such especially as are *? enforced by penalties, the mode of main 'tenance for the established clergy, the ' jurisdiction of spiritual courts, and a mul 'titude of other provisions which are 'neither necessary nor convenient for them, 'and therefore are not in force. What 'shall be admitted and what rejected, at ' what times and under what restrictions, 'must in ease of dispute be decide...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BIBRA v. THOMAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 17 November 1882

, BIBRA V. THOMAS. His Honor delivered the following direction in this case : — An applica tion has been made in Chambers for an order to review the taxation made by the Master, of the plaintiff's costs, on the ground that the master had im properly disallowed the several items which have reference to the introductory stages of the action by reason of the fact that, on the first trial of the issues raised, the jury could not agree, and were discharged by the Court, without a verdict. ' The question raised is one of construc tion, and practically I am asked to say what costs are properly incident to the proceedings. The plaintiff having obtained a verdict on the second trial, Order 51, Rule 1 applies. By that rule, and subjecb to the provisions of the Act, '? the costs o£ 'and incident to all proceedings in the 'court snail be in the discretion of the ' court,' and then follows a provision that 'when any action or issue is tried, by a 'jury the costs shall follow the 'event, ' unless...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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