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SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SIDE. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. ROBERT LEWER v. ARNOTT FRANCISCO AND JAMES TAYLOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 17 November 1882

SUPREME COURT— CIVIL SIDE. _________     TUESDAY, November 14. ROBERT LEWER V. ARNOTT FRANCISCO AND JAMES TAYLOR. His Honor the Chief Justice gave the fol- lowing judgment in the Supreme Court on Tuesday last : — "This is a demurrer to the   Plaintiff's cause of action whereby he seeks to recover the sum of £114 claimed by way of penalties under a certain Act passed in the reign of Charles II. By the 16th Charles II C. 27, it is enacted that if any person or persons, of any degree or quality, do or shall, by any fraud, shift, cousenage circum- vention, deceit or unlawful device or ill practice whatsoever in playing at or with cards, &c, &c, win, obtain or acquire, &c, &c, any sum or sums of money or other valuables, &c, &c, shall ipso facto forfeit and lose treble the sum or value of money or other thing so won, gamed or obtained. By section 3 the penalty to be imposed is to be sued for by action ...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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THE MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 November 1882

T HE M A I L S Due at G.P.O., Perth : — From England, &c. : Nov. 24 and Dec. 8. From Eastern colonies, Nov. 18 and Dec. 2. Despatched from G.P.O.. Perth : — For England, -kc. ; Nov. 25 and Dec. 9. For Eastern Colonies : Dec. 1 and December 15 — overland to Albany.

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THE PORT ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 November 1882

THE PORT ELECTIONS. BY BOHEMIAN. Of conrse, in consequence of the ap proaching eleotions, municipal affairs continue to excite no Btnall amount of interest. Cr. Harwood failed to cive the necessary legal notice on Saturday last of his intention to come forward as a can didate for the Chairmanship, and con sequently Mr. Barry Wood will enjoy a walk over. Various curious reasons have been assigned for Mr. Harwood's apparent forgetfulness, but I know all of them are wide of the mark, as I am in a position to state that the real reason of his declining to contest for the honor with Mr. Wood is that the last discorery at the ' Three Wonders ' claim at Woongong has been of such an extremely promising descrip tion that he is firmly persuaded it will - take all his time and tax his energies to the utmost to develop the reefs without further delay. To do this, and to per form his duties as Chairman of the local Roads Board, will take all his time, and as Mr. Harwood is one who will not under...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 November 1882

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS As there evidently will be some excite menf during tho elections to civic office on Monday, we deem it right to explain to ratepayers the proceedings to be observed at elections. According to the 31st section of the Municipalities' Act, 'on the dny of election the returning officer shall preside at a meeting to be held at one o'clock in the afternoon at the place appointed for the election, and shall declare the purpose for which such meeting is held; and if it appear at such meeting that there is no more than one candidate proposed to fill any one vacancy, the returning officer shall declare such candidate duly elected ; and if it appear that there is more than one can didate proposed to fill any one vacancy, the returning officer shall call for a show of hands separately in favor' of each can didate,- and after such show of hands shall declare the person or persons upon whom the election has fallen, and such person shall be deemed to have been duly elected, unl...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. MUNICIPAL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 November 1882

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. MUNICIPAL MEETINGS. Sir, — When Cr. Sholl excused his absence from ^special meetings, Cr. Burt somewhat surprised, the Council by stating that beyond two creneral meetines of ratepayers within each year, namely, on the second Monday in the months of May and November, and special meetings upon the requisition of any three or more members of their body, no meeting could be a legal one. There is in effect no provision in the Municipalities Institutions Act, 1876, enabling Mayor or Council to call any other meeting. To obviate this oversight provision waB made by the Amendment Act, passed last session, to call special meetings. Section 5, relating to these, runs as follows : — ' The Chairman ' may call a meeting of the Council as often ' as he shall think proper, and if he shall ?' refuse or delay to call any such meeting ' after receiving a requisition for that pur 'pose, signed by at least one-third of the 'councillors, they may call a meeting of ' the Council b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 November 1882

^ — ;';.; NOTICfli:.: rEASTERM~RAaLWAY. rpiaE Omnibus 'PIONEER' will run X daily to meet the arrival and departure of each train at the Perth Hail way Station. . , Within a radios of half a mile on all macadamised roads, the fare will be SIXPENCE. . : ; ? .: ? The' Pioneer' will call for passengers when required. ? ' ??'?'' PARCELS will be booked -either to ITreinautle 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. ' ' ; figr* Booking Office— Hay Street, Perth. ? . J. SUMMERS, Proprietor. JOHN SUMMERS, Under taicer and General Funeral Furnisher. ! rHAY STREET, PERTH. THUNERALS conducted in any part of JQ . the colony, and all details connected , therewith attended to at the, shortest notice by telegram or otherwise. . :; ., -.; .Funeral Hearses and Coaches always ready. - -.. . ? .. ? ...??? ? ?, ?... :???-,. ?.?:n ?? -: i ON HAND AND FOR SALE: '. Monumental Head arid-...

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A WASTE OF MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 November 1882

A WASTE OF MONEY. Sib, — I saw a paragraph in the Daily News of the 13th instant, stating that the Municipal Council of Fremantle proposed to improve the approach to the East Freman tle railway platform — which I consider to be a very necessary work. From this I thought that the Council intended to pro perly make this street, until later on in the evening I went to the Ratepayers' meeting, when I heard a question put to one of the candidates, asking him if he were in favor of having the approach improved, to which, to my great surprise, he returned a veiy indefinite reply. Since then I have found that only .£3 has been placed on tbe esti mates to form a. footpath to the platform, which simply means so much money thrown away, as I feel confident that, within three months after it is done, it will be complete ly covered up with drift sand. Living in this locality for the past five years, I have a pretty good knowledgo of the sand drift, and I would venture to suggest that the street s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 November 1882

PLUMP FOE SCOTT! Mayor for Next Year ! ! ! SHAW, Councillor North Ward. -

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CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 November 1882

CITY COUNCIL. A special meeting of the City Council was held at noon to-day, to consider a Requisi tion signed by the principal ratepayers of the cifcv. as to what steps should be taken to welcome His Excellency F. P. Barlee, Esq., C.M.G., so long and so honorably con nected with this colony, and who is now on a visit. The Mator observed that the Eequi sition had only just been left at the office of the City Council, and he had imme diately called the meeting. Considering the very short notice given the Mayor suggested that the same course should be adopted as on previous occasions, when Governor .Ord and Governor Eobinson arrived in the colony — the presentation of an address of welcome, and the toast of his health, drunk in a glass of champagne. The citizens hereafter might give Mr. Bar lee a banquet ; there would be ample oppor tunity of doing so, as he would remain in the colony two or three months. The whole of the Council were of opinion that a fitting welcome should bo given ...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 November 1882

WANTED IMMEDIATELY.— Snt (6) Men to workina:BBicKYAKD.-Two (2) to get clay, two £3^-mouldors, and two Builder, 'Perth. October 19, 1882. OR SALE. A staunch bay HORSE, black pointe, about 15| hands high, quiet, well broken to saddle and harness. Apply, Inquirer office. -jTIOR SALE, ANY SIZE. CHROMOGRAPHS, capable of produc ing fifty impressions. Apply at this Office. FOE SALE. A quantity of WASTE ' PAPER. Apply at this office. T^LIGIBLE COUNTRY BLOCK FOR Jjj SALE,— A 10-acre block of land, clecred and fenced, with a two-roomed stone cottage and out-house, situated about a milo and a quarter from the Avon Bridge, Northam, and oloae to the New castle Road. For further particulars, ap ply to Mr. BRITxSALL, Hay St., Perth. „ November 14th, 1882. VINCENT DIAZ., Cook and Confectioner, FANCY BREAD & BISCUIT BAKER GREENGROCER, &o., WISHES to announce that he has com menced business as above in Mrs. Trigg's store, St. George's Terrace, next ? o he WeBt Australian Bank, and hop...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 November 1882

? f -..?--.:.,??? W^ttiffsd' ysiSSagaBBfffeea pdi,%ra gggw&'m pv}&m tKfljSawp ^Qfezft9^SA%-C&' ? ^^gspr ^kssd? c?/%yi te - rnfiakn prBJatza OBoSEi TJBi^frl BRgfe? -£ ? fifffiPmiB §g Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £33, or '.'. y i: For ^50. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, whicn will be forwarded Post Free on application^ Four-room Cottage Furnished ' ?' ? ?'?' i i' ..'?? ..?.?. . ?? Pqr £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. &: B 1 ft - k 1 ? n « H - HO 05 . ? ? ? ? sir ? Slonidiags, Skirtings^ Architraves,. Step Counters, and i^hop Fittings. FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN ..' '.-?' ? ~ ? *? ? : ? ' ? , : ?'' Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FREN'CH POLISHERS. , : '' ?. ? U ? &amp...

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SHIPPING. SAILED—NOVEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 November 1882

SHIPPING. SAILED — November 17. SAEAH, cutter, Manger, for Sharks Bay. [By Electric Telegraph.] ADELAIDE. — Arrived : Nov. 16, Elisa beth, bq., from Fremantle. GEEALDTON.— Arrived: Nov. 17, Edith, cutter, from Fremantle. Sailed : Nov. 18, Edith, cutter, for Sharks Bay. VASSE. — Arrived: Nov. 18, 1 a.m., Otway, s., from Albany. Sailed : Nov. 18, 2*15 a.m., Otway, s., for Bunbury. BUNBUEY.— Arrived : Nov. 18, 5 a.m., Otway, s., from Vasse. Sailed : Nov. 18, 6 a.m., Obway, s., for Fremantle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 November 1882

ELECTOKS OF THE CITY! ! OOMK TO THE POLL ON 8S* MONDAY AND record your votes for the RE ELECTION of the PRESENT MAYOR. He has Berved you well and faithfully during two years, and deserves the honor of holding office for his full term of throe years. UNVOTE FOR SHENTON. To sb thkiok — MAYOR OF PERTH. THSWOSKINCl MDISQUALiriSD, ASTOUNDING FACT OF THE ONE VOTE ELECTORS. £3' WORKING MEN, TAKE HEED. IT was not SCOTT who disqualified you from taking seats as Municipal Council lors, thereby depriving you of the rights of other English Citizens ! Wo ask you to Odtasider who was ' the Disqualifier' of tftgBa 4X0 Working Electors whose names Illporn the Electoral Roll I Should not the iPwORKING MAN have similar power to §§ the RICH MERCHANT in the Munici 19 pal Council? Then tolerate such injustice ¥ no longer, and as we want a Mayor who will listen to the views, as well as watch the interests of all classes of this com munity, B@' VOTE FOR SCOTT L And down with high-handed Municipal jgroMith...

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The Daily News. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 18 November 1882

^SAJFU^DA^yTnOYEMBER 18, 1882. The question of Protective Duties appears to have come to the footlights again — the ball having been set rolling bv the Colonial Secretary's declara tion at the Newcastle dinner that he was in favor of a duty on flour. Next came the letter from the Newcastle correspondent cf a# contemporaiy, who expressed a hope ' that with increased ' practical experience His Lordship ' would come to the conclusion that ' such, a policy is a mistaken one.' Then came Mr. Padbury's speech at the Guildford dinner, when he de clared himself to be an out-and-out protectionist ; and last, but not least, His Excellency's speech on the. same occasion, when he said that ' in prin ' ciple he was opposed to anything in 'the nature of protective duties. He ' doubted- very much whether a duty ' on flour benefited anybody beyond. ' the speculator. He questioned ' whether it was of any benefit to the ' producer — at all events it was op ' posed to those principles of free ' trade w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 20 November 1882

REOEPTION OF GOVEUNOR BAKLEE. ; . NOTICE. . I hereby convene a MEETING of the CITIZE iS S OF PE PT II in the T«?wn HalUTO-iMORROW/TUE'SDAY, the 21 si iuiitant^ ut 4,-p.iiii,' for, the -.'purpose of PRESENTING an ADDRESS OF WELCOME to' GOVERNOR BAllLEE, C.M.G., .who.. is -xiaw -ou-a- visit to this. Colony. .GEO.SHENTON; ? I I .. M-^yor i if Purth. Town Hall,' November '20, '1832. GIVE YOtTE VOTE TO SCOTT !

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DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARDS PUBLIC EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 20 November 1882

'DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARDS, JL u.n v- PUBLlC^EDUCAtiOif. tC'JI J '-'? Siiij-^TTnde'r the aboVe'licadiug'I'iut^pd, with your ' kiiid. permission, to -s'ay' .a** Tew wordsi:tduchirig' upon- oiir pvtblie' schools, and Tjai'tiunliirlv as resrards Coninitls-irv Education. The 2Sth see. of the. Element ary; Act gives to District 'School Boards the power to require parents of 'children, (righo are'lietween the ages of six and fourteen yews) to' cause such children. 'to. attend s -hool, u.qless they, l-esido at a distance' of more than three miles from a public schoo'. Tho same soctiou empowers them to impose penalties for any broach of their by-laws. Ib must be remembered that it is quite op tional -with any 'District Board to enforce cr suspend tli.ev'f,OGmpul§ory oiaiise/V and were paronts thoroughly educated thoinselves^in t iejdutios they, owe' to th eir .; bilsp'riug- Cthere would bo uo necessity for its . operation in iiny tiisfcricb' wHdteve'r. ? Unfortunate!^, how ever,, .there are pa...

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The Daily News. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 20 November 1882

MONJDAYfNOVJaMBEE 20, 1882. As we are going to press. a pbavpr con test is taking place Jror.tlfe.civ.io'cliair, and before an hour lias elapsed the race will have been llost ;and won. -The candidates m the fiuld^ are;, favor ites, and both have, clone service in the -Municipality. The present' Mayor has served two years of his full term, and the Counciilox_-W..uo asjrires to don his civiu rubes has also had an insight, .into 'Municipal 'matters.^ ! Whatever our private Views of the respective ?cantlidates.'nifty .boy;, the^f Vshould ' not inlluf-hce^the'Talbphyers' by' anything that, niay.be. advanced' in the columns of the public press. For that reason we have refrained' from any attem.pt to ? influence public opinion mi out aide or the other, but while the battle is waging fast and furious, and . i the 'event 'is' well nigh decided, it , may be .well to review the merits of the aspir ants to the highest civic honor In Mr. Shen ton we have a son of the soil who has large interests...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 20 November 1882

LEXTjEJRJSITP CHE1 EDITOR .NOTICES TO CpKEESPONPE^TS. B ^ V * «h£ * * r m ? — « — i — ? '' ' — - ? Citizen-. — The contingency yon refer ^o is iiprovicfe'd'fof -iri'-th'e *Snp're'mfe ?Couift Act In the event of the' death orlkbsence-from 1 feh*i'colcinv/ of^theii'Chlef''Jti8tice1' the duties of the office deiioirief-iiippnw the ...Attorney General. ? y Under h, similar cir1 j qumstauees, with, regard; to fehe iGoveatnor, '' the administration of affairs; 'vyjulil be assumed- by. .the .Chief, Justice,,, or other - officer for tlie time beiiig.Jiilinf; ^hiatjpost. Thouas Downs,, the. aboi-ig iiialxuati^b who -' -j accompanied .Mr. Alex. 'Foi're'stf onj his ' exploring trip io Port Darwin,. Wish'efe to ?--know-howit is he lias not been lonu itera- ted, either in money or. rland,-'vf6f- his '^Eeryicesj.-ori..- that' occasion.^ 'He --learns that theto.ther members of Mr:' ^Foi-rest's . - party have; been handsomely treated by the Government. 'Thomas' is aware 'that ' T .he has a good cla...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 20 November 1882

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Considerable interest has been' taken during the past week or two in the elec tions to tho various .municipa i !cs . which are fcel.l te-ilny. In the city it has amounted to quite it. state of excitement, :iud party fc'.'ling runs high. ..Tho Candida tes ytcr tue Mayoralty oho 'Mr. 'Q. Sh'cfnton', ivho'seolts ro-oloetion fqi^ his third , yetu; of /oftit-e, a-rcd Cr. Scott, who lfas 15coh requ\si!ior.e 1 to put himself .in uominatiou, r-nd has consumed. For the East Ward Mr. B. Smith, scnio, councillor, seeks re-election, unopposedr and Mr. J. SuramerB-for,yxe Cenjbral. Ward. The 'West Ward'H^s'.Be^co^testeoL' by Cr. Sholl, who seeks rre-eleclionr'and'. Mr. J. Murray Patton, who is'aisb' 'in riomination.x For 2the'«ilf6rtli«Wa'ra,1 'CtT^Went'.secliB are.electioiii.fiid^McssrBr 5. ^'SliaW^and^jWal dock are-Also candidate's^7'1-1 ' t'-i'-^yi}-r^ v _ A^iQUOuo'ujlbciktthis aftern'ooiii th^ ^iurn*^' ing officer, Mr. .S^I Biirt-'!tooki:hiB'plafce iii' the Town Hall, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 20 November 1882

-:? NOTICE. fEASTERN~~RAlLWAY. fPHE Omnibus ' PIONEER' will ran JL daily to meet the arrival and departure of eaoh train at the Perth Rail way Station. Within a radium of half a mile on all macadamised roads, the fare will be SIXPENCE. Tlie ' Pionoer' will call for passengers whnn required. PARCELS will be booked either to Fremuutle or Guildford, at Railway rates, at the Booking Office or oh delivery to the driver. The ' Pioneer' will call at each of the principal Hotels in city, each trip. JS^T Booking Office— Hay Street, Perth J. SUMMERS, Proprietor. JOHN SUMMERS, Under tatter and General Funeral Furnisher. HAY STREET, PERTH. 'TVCJNERALS oouducted in any part of J. 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 haudsome Irou Railings, supplied and erected complete. JOHN SUMMERS. Perth, July 26, 1882. JOHN SUMMERS, Copc...

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