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CABLE TELEGRAMS. November 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 20 November 1882

CA33LE^TaE^l^iMS. (ASSOCIATED PBESS TEIiEGK.VMS:) November 15. Mr. Gladstone has .given .. an .explanation inthe House of. Commons of the-Ooverntuenb policy. In respect to tho exi^eases of the Army in Egypt, he. stated that the Govern :inent intended 'to follow, ..the .precedent esbal.ilished at the time .succeeding the Battle of -Waterloo, when'the expenses of the allied. , at; my — :the obcu]iiitibn , of ' which' was nmihtairiea for many 'months' on: the French f roatier^-was : charged entirely! on the revenue of France. Followingh/similur plan in a similar case the' Government- was' now concluding a convention with.'- -Egypt with a view to making the '-expenses of the army of ^occupation chargeable upon the Egyptian revenue^as ib was. considered such oxpeuses had no claim to .be -reckoned as, .part of the.outlay.iucurred in the, expedition itself,' which' stood 'on a,, different footing. Sir Stafford. Northcote,, following ^VIr,,.GJad stoue, coutested this view, contending .that ...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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THE MORNING HERALD'S CONSISTENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 20 November 1882

THE M0JiMI..G .s{:.:;i.LLZ-'8 CON3IS^ TluNCY. ' - ? ? ' ? ;, - Sin, — Your (hiUy eoiil(/iii;:oravy mush1 an rely h:i,\ e male a slip o;#thcpen, v.hen, in. his !£!3uo t|i: Liu- 17th i:is;.j in writing agaiust the inr-o.-:lti-'-!i (,!' a. ia:; 011 tho a/ sei.tee pro rii'ietors o' u:iiin'i-ovod Jarjd, ho s; ys : ?' Wo' ' couaiiliir 1 hub v.Ikm n i:.a.n -vjurchnscs tv ' j'icco oi' 1 ;iii!, or .?i.:iivt]-.i3j,-: e'i.e, it :s hi:i, oru '?'it should I'O,. to do ;urj ho iikes v.ith.'' blow d- c'd your u.in.tvii r.v.wy i\.:;.:,u:-U^ tie vie.iv, lie o.cjrjs-st s o;j th:i ^t.i ?,;?.?.:!. v:,th hia a-.Ivo-,' CA ? v oi' a iinii.-.l;-;!;^ A. re Us p:xvcnt pirnpio' lru.11 '' liol.-i,-; i-.:3 they iik.i' v.'k.i ilieli' a./n P If tho pviiii-ij-io in1 Oii-.iiicliilt.-s iii.iluj v.'i-rds 1 liavo '!.j.i;o.l.eil v.e.e \o 'n-..,.d t.-'ioJ, ii \-.-m:;d; i-«.'vol'.:;i'i-i:..e «j ? c »?'.-?. is; :;?;?, v:,l L thin': ho' w)-.ld. !-ei-.'.-!:.:v.:^ [??.. n-.:-:i;.'/ h=v ..-v:ju..ii if hi-. :i? it-'l si).' .i.....

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE, November 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 20 November 1882

INTIluCOLOK I :VL TELEGRAMS. Adei.atdr. November 17. The Soiit'i A ust rali i.n P.; riin mo;i r. have rosolvcO Irt'ln1.:! hq International. .E.hiiii tion to cilciiv.T.to the Jubilee oi' the -colony, in tho wav I '? :.(i. ..-..?' . Tlio c^.?oni reading 'if the Loau liill was negabi.-fd. dy a majority of tun. A miuis-' tei'ial crloia is immin--iiL- -' ? ? ' ' I «. »**. -J-ijpi»BQftitp3?* 3ffo,veiiibor IS. ! .TheVSoutlff Jlust^ih!hl'»P'aVli'a4treat has. ' boon pror- guud unbil Febrnaiij'-Jn'e.'ii-. js'jv^ The Hon. W. J. Clarke hi s r ot:n offered a bn rou ?'::-?, in reurgyition oF t he servit-oa. rendered h,/ him i:s Speo'ral Commissioner at tho Mell.o.irne Exhibition.

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

'fXfANTLD IMMEDIATELY.— Six (G) \ Y Men to work in a Bkickyard.-Two (2) to got - lay, two (2) moulder? jj£nd two (2) to bear off.— Apply to „. .,*&$/? -**? f -v-f^^ JAMES ^BRIO^iEN^^: Oo'io*cr.l9Vl8S2. * -;#.£ £f\-| ?'?- _.. r.:-.^ .. . ,*-:iit,..- ; '??'::. ^''^S.'-^ --. E'OR^I^REL A I&ijinch^ay^ HORSE;* black points, about 154 hands high, -|iur-l, well broken to saddle and. harness. ?:- VL'h't -Inq uirejioifiee,-,— -^-,^-. _--^^-;-- --? --????? - i?i OR gj&L%, Ha^y^Hsize. OHKOMO'GRAPtis, capable of produc ing fifty impressions. Apply at ,. thie ?!!!£i£l 'l..~J±L... IL-. FOR^SALE. 4' a&Jtity of 'vdljsTE PAPEK. ApplyAitS-liisoffice.p--,.-^ ? _i_i: ? ? p-*' t* ? fe- _.. ??? T?IiTGHBLB COUNTRY^BLOtJITPOTr '- Jji SALE,— A 10-aero block of land, tile, red and fenced, with a two-roomed stone cottage- and out-house, situated nboufc a mile and a qutirter from the Avon Bridgo, Northam, and close to tho New castle JUoad. For further particulars, ap ply to Mr. ...

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

7 ? ''?' ? '?? ''?' ????? ': ' '' ' ' ' 3* Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £33, or Por £50. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished Por £46, or Por £63, cr Por £34. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished For £95, or Por £152, ox For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. d Q i ft H .-j a. ?H - CD ? SMITH ^& Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, Bloialfegs, Skirtings. Architraves, Shop Counters, and ^Ii»|» Filings. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN ? « ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] :RENCH POLISHERS. ? » ? J PICTURE FRAMERS. OB ?«»??? U- * r ; o r- CO Q ' PICTUEES Mounted, STEETCHED, AND L FMMED. CARPETS MADE. [?] DOORS, SASHES, 89* 3BC C- Jt» FITTINGS. rampim CARPETS MADE ^W 4— - ' ft g *3 tion, Estimates ®f Cost Supplied. SMITH & CO., Househol...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED—NOVEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 20 November 1882

j ^slSifpoi^i * TO^'T OF*^PItEMA^TLE. A ARRIVEP^-Nov^kber2 i'8; OTWAY, steamer, Moon, xroxn A.JDaI1J 6th iiistanfcj;-* vi& BuSselto'n;'atid:'i'Bunbur/' ISth instant. Passengers^Froca^ Albany : MtssescQiiinn ft'wo)»iMisa'Bilriisidev Mr. and Mrs. Holds worth, Messrs. Cutter, J. H. . MongorrandSadkottr. YErbfai' Thdse : Mr. Gfillinau. ' From Bunbury : Messrs. A.^ Cunimiug,.A.-Guerrieivand Tuineltyj andx twp steerage.^ . r ^ , . , , , ., . , . .- -- t* ' ?lVY,rbtHooner/from-yoraWt6ii.-^- V; v SAILED— sNovembek 19. BE LLE' OB* -BUITBTIRY, schooner, Mil ler, for Bunbuuy.' ,.i ;?',- .j'i -v^.'j 'I o - tTHE - OTTTEOETS: (By Electric Telegraph.) ' '_ GEEALDTON.— Arrived : Nov. 18, Lilly' Blanche and Sarah, cutters; from Prenwu tle. Sailed: Nov. 19, Lilly Blanche, for, ?Sharks Bn.y^. ? ' ' '? ' | VASSB.-r-Sniled : , ..Nov. ,1S, :. :'Ethel, schooner, for Port Adelaide. , MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The's.Otw&y will| leave for Geraldton at 3 p.m. to-morrowi.' - ' ,*.'-.:?? rA, ., ? ...

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

IN . conscauenco, -t)frBLO^D,IN'STACCflJ praSriytfrijl nosbponemon£- of P^rforin iiucirla3fc-(liViday3 ntghb, a* ?-?-.? FARE WELL PERFORMANCE : ? ,:!nvjLL !BE GIVEN:- ON :.'. T when a-iGRA^D.PROGRAMME will bo , presented'to tbe public; comprising-A-LL bis CELEBRATED FEATS. - * i j ?. - ? ? - ? - # r «' ?„ , i , ( ? „? IT -- . „? ./_ A Adujissiou-T^3s^,.2s., anclls, .v~;v-- !-T Poors' open at' '7.30.' Commence^ .at 8. The il.K.V: Baud will ,'Lje in attendance. Under. the .distinguished-,: ptfrpnage.iof His 'Excellency, S$iT;W4JLliam,C. i\ Ilobinson, K.G(M.G.',raiid Suite. ? . i- C1 T. G e'o R G E ' S H A L L , M. ,.?.-?} ,i;i|-|Jl-,] ...T^ H. MOmjtxX'ind TUESDAY, '?**'' i?ov.'27tU nud 28bh. ;;' - '?''Si f sH^* G ^V^.lXto'U^HB Y , Characteristic Vocalist and Diuicer, .-;?? LA'FILr,E'!d«-iVlA;DAMi3 ANGOT. will .appeal- in i.tlio following- Dutch .Cliur ..'.'.'..;- .-,*; ? viacters:— : iv ?' -f ?' Sho.niiie vas. a nice young vianV ,'- The..\Va,lci'-.cr6S3 . Gii'L' ? '??' ?? ' ? ' 'The B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 21 November 1882

WANTED IMMEDIATELY.— Sec (6) Men to work in a Bbickyard.-Two (2) to get clay, two (2) nibulderB, and two (2) to bear O&— Apply to JAMES BRITTAIN, . Builder, Perth. October 19, 1832. OK SALE. A staunch bay HORSE, black points, about 154 hands high, quiet,' well broken to saddle and harness. Applyj Inquirer office. T1OR SALE, ANY SIZE. 0HR0MOGRAPHS, capable of produc ing fifty impressions. Apply at this Offioe. i FOR SALE. A quantity of WASTE PAPER. .Apply at this office. ELIGIBLE COUNTRY BLOCK FOR SALE,— A 10-acre block of lund, clesred and fenced, with a two-roomed atone oottage and out-bouse, situated about a mile and a quarter from the Avon Bridgo, Northam, and close to the New castle Road. For further particulars, ap ply to Mr. BRIT.* ALL, Hay St., Perth. November 14th, 1882. . VINCENT PIAZL, Cook and Confectioner, FANCY BREAD «fc BISCUIT BAKER GREENGROCER, -fea, WISHES to announce that he has com menced business as above in Mrs. Trigg's store, St. George's Terrace, next ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 21 November 1882

J 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, ov For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. -«* ? . d O n n 8 KM In 3 h 3 W ? / 7 ?& 7 BIoibS jli Jigs, Skirtings. Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings. FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN . ? » Mattrasses, Palliasses, 111111131 DBalJrVl COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ? ? ? PICTURE FRAMERS. i W ft) k. ... tj r, en , 1 b OQ .-. o PICTURES Mounted, STRETCHED, AND FRAMED. CARPETS MADE. -r DOORS, SASHES, SHOP FITTINGS, AND MTOPiro, CARPETS SV1ADE I B ^ I— c^ ?a w ^ y - g SMITH & CO., Household Furniture, Bedding, Picture Frames, Picture Mouldings, a Bedsteads, Cots. : SMI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 21 November 1882

Under ^the distinguished patronage of His EKCeliericy, Bit -William C. F. Robinson; - K.C.M.G., and Suite: ST. G E-O RG B ' S HAIL, P E B T H . MONDAY and TUESDAY, ??/: Nov.* 27th nnd 28th. The - Tronbadonrs,' M I 8 S E . WILLOU.GH BY , Chnracteriatic Vooaliai nnd Diincer, TiA FILLB do MADAME AN3OT. (The Quarrel Scene.) ftli&s S3* WJJLiLoiislribT'. will appear in the following Dutch Char acters :— ?' Shonnie vas a nice young man.' 'The Water-cress Girl.' 'The Bologna Sausage Boy.' A GRAND SPANISH DANCE ? AND ? ? ? ? SAILOR'S HORNPIPE. MISS E~ WI iTlToUGHB Y will be Supported ? by nrtistes of acknowledged ? u ? ? talent nnd celebrity. Admission: 3s., 2s , and Is.. Box-plan and tickets at Mr. Snook's establishment, St. George's Terrace. FOR SALE, price twelve guineas. A , . splendid HARP PIANO, nearly new. Juab the thing tor instructing children. Apply at this office. . WANTED immediately, several , «JAK- PENTERS and JOINEKS. Apply to k DAVID GRAY. WANTED nn intelligent YOUTH ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 21 November 1882

rEASTERM~RAILWAY, mHE Omnibus 'PIONEER' will run 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. The ' Pioneer' will calL for passengers when required. PARCELS will be booked either to Fremautle or Guildford, at Railway rates, at the Booking Odice or oa delivery to the driver. The ' Pioneer' will call at eaoh 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. TjTCTNERALS conducted in any part of Jj the colony, and all details connected therewith attended to at the shortest notice by telegram or otherwise. Funeral Heursos and Coaches always ready. ON HAND AND FOR SALE : Monumental Head and Tomb Stones, with handsome Iron Huttings, supplied and erected complete. JOHN SUMMERS. Perth, July 26, 1882. JOHN SUMMERS, Cor eh. and Carriage...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 21 November 1882

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' Boundary Rideb' writes to say that ' Iguana oil if good for the growth of hair. I may inform yoii'that on a station where I was employed in Queensland the shearers 'aud boundary riders used it occasionally, about twice a week, for the cure of scurf, which was prevalent in our district, and it had also the effect of makiug the hair thick and glossy. The way they wake the oil is to take the fat from th« iguana, aud render it down in an earthenware jar, and perfume it with oil of lemon.' Our correspondent might have added that the iguana is a terror among the snakes and othor verniiu, and, on this account as well, its preservation should be encouraged. The ordiuaty ' bob-tail' kind of full growth have been known to engage in conflict with very large and venomous snakes in this colony and ulti mately conquer their opponents, while the small fry fall au easy prey. At certain seasons the iguana is regarded elsewhere as far more serviceab...

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Original Poetry. THE EXILE OF AUSTRAL LAND. I AMOR PATRICAE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 21 November 1882

^THEiExiLE of Austral land. i. AMOE PATBIOiE. Scenes of rny boyhood's freo and careless houri.» ? Ii ind of the loaoly tracks, the dAvk-pfroen ? tree ; Bright t-o tliy glorious skies, fair blow thy flowers ; Still even as of yore, thou'rfc dear to me, Far I have wandered far o'ei' sea nnd, land, . But yet if ere again the exile roam ; ' ' His weary feefc shall seek once more thy strand, He'll hail thee as his latest earthly, home. Fair blow thy flowers, all wild and sweet J nnd fair, With lavish beauty over hill and dale ; 0 sweet and balmy is tho scented air, That's softly wafted on thy morning galo. And pearly gems, pure as the orient light, [wave j Scarce hidden, gleam from 'neath thy western Exhaustiess still the golden store lies bright, All fast within thy soil like magic cave. Away to yonder life-inspiring clime, ' The Briton's home, and x'ride o' tho southern sops : From these wild scenes of strife and hate and crime, Away, away with tho favouring western breeze. On thy smoo...

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A PHENOMENON EXPLAINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 21 November 1882

A PHENOMENON EXPLAINED. Sib, — Your morning oonK mporary of 17th inst., in reporting a canoe accident thai, occur red on the river on the previous Sunday, says : — ' It certainly seems strange 'that the majority ot boat accidents on ' the Swau River have taken place on ' Sunday, and the fact ought certainly tend 'to discourage others from desecrating thnt ' day by such trips.' Now, it is not my wish, to defend those who are in the hitbit of desecrating t ho Sal'bath — far from it — but I cannob help remarking that what your contemporary seems to regard us a pheno menon, admits of a very simple explanation. The reason why the majority of these acuidents occur on Sunday is simply because there, are more pleasurerseekt:rs on the river on that day than upon any. other. The writer of the paragraph -referred to bus perhaps never hoard a good story that is told oF the Archbishop of Dublin ; on one occasion, when .entertaining several learned .pundits, peers and generals at a dinner party, ...

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OUR MUNICIPAL AUDITORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 21 November 1882

OTJR MUNICIPAL AUDITORS. ^ ? Sib, — Just as I anticipated, the general annual meeting of the Fremantle . ratepay ers has been held, and without the Audi tors haviner eone throujrh this yeai;'s ac counts. Further, last year's accounts have not as yet been passed by the Auditors. The fact that the annual audit should be now two years in arrear is t ertainly far from being creditable to either the Auditors or to the Council. I understand that last year's audit has' not been, completed in con sequence of one of the- Auditors having firmly refused to pass some' items of expen diture made by the Council which he, forti fied by legal opinion which he has obtained, considers to be utt erly illegal j still, that is no excuse why this year's audit should not have been performed. If an Auditor finds that his private business interferes with the due performance of his public duties the least he could do would be- to resign his position upon finding that he could not perform his duties satisfact...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 21 November 1882

THE W. A. ALMANACK, IN order to make uur Directory for next year as complete as practicable we . would feel obliged if persons whoso names have previously been omitted would for ward particulars to this office during the present month. As we purpose including a history of the e.ilouy from 1826 up to 1882, in next year's work, it would ma- ; terially facilitate its, compilation were our ' agents to forward the revised Directories of the various districts with the least possible delay. ' . STIRLING BROS. ' Inquirer ' Office, Perth. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING IN THE DAILY NEWS. For advertisements relating to servants or tradesmen wanted or wanting engage ments, and leases to let or for sale, a charge of two shillings only will be made - for all notices not exceeding 4 lines, and 8d. for each additional line for tho first inPertion ; one-half rate for each subsequent in sertion. Other advertisements not exceed ing 8 lines, 3s. 6d., and 3d. each additional ' line, one-third rate only for subs...

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MR. BARLEE'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 21 November 1882

MR. BARLEE'S VISIT. Sib, — It is well known that Governor Robinson's present term of office in this colony will soon expire, and that as soon as that occurs the Imperial authorities will re move him to a far more distinguished and lucrative position. Though I am convinced t lat Sir William's departure will be hailed with regret by every member of the com munity, yet it is not to be expected that he would consent to employ his undoubtedly brilliant talents in administering the affairs of our, comparatively speaking, insignificant colony for another term when the Home Government wishes to engage his valuable services in a more important sphere. I feel assured that I am but expressing the un animous wishes of the inhabitants of the colony when I express a hope that Mr. Barlee will be appointed to succeed Sir William Robinson. He is beyond all ques tion the man for the place, and we should therefore welcome his present visit as an earnest of a prolonged official stay amongst us. — Yours...

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The Daily News. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 21 November 1882

tBht .30a ilp .#£&£♦ TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1882. We have lately frequently mentioned the great iuconveniunoe occasioned to the inhabitants of JYeumntle by the want of some properlv-regulated stand ard instrument to mark the correct time. The Police Magistrate has more than once, when dealing with tickefc-of-leave men charged with be ing out after hours, declared that the 'real tinio' must be determined by the small clock placed in the Police Station. However, it can hardly be expected that the public will run there to ascertain the true time, nor is it likely tbat the Portonians will ever consent to regulate their chron ometers by a miserable little time piece which has to be propped up with paper to induce it to go at all. The clocks at the Post Ofliue and Railway Station are supposed to keep Pn-th time, but then they are seldom found to agree, while to make mattei's worse, Captain Coghlan only a short time ago declared that the Town Hall clock was ten minutes out from the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 November 1882

.;?? : ?/.?? ?;. ??-,-??.?? ? s ???????;'??? notion. ' EASTERN~RA1LWAY. fpHB Omnibus 'PIONEER' will ran X daily *-- meet *-no arrival and departure of each train at tho Perth Rail ^?Wfty Stntion. Within a radi\jg of half a mile - on all Snaoadatnisod rotta's, the fora will be SIXPENCE. The ' Pioneer' will call for passengers When required. PARCELS will be booked either to i Tremantle or Guildford, at Railway rates, ?t the Booking Office or oh delivery to the driver. The ' Pioneer' will call at each of the principal Hotels in city, each trip. ?..!«? Booking Office — Hay Street, Perth. . J. SUMMERS, Proprietor. JOHN SUMMERS, Itfndertaicer and General Funeral Furnisher. . , HAT STREET, PERTH. { TJTUNER ALS conducted in any part of ,' JD the colony, and all details connected therewith attended to at the shortest Botioe by telegram or otherwise. Funeral Hearses and Coaches always . ON HAND AND FOR SALE: - Itonumental Head and Tomb Stones, with handsome Iron Railings, supplied and ?rooted...

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The Daily News. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 November 1882

THUBSDAT, NOVEMBER 23, 1882. Accident has thrown in our way an aboriginal native just released from. Eottnest Prison. His statement annears elsewhere. We should not have attempted to make it public but that it corroborates in every waj the report which we recently published upon the question. The narrator is an intelligent native, who has been brought up on the farm oi one o£ our early settlers; he is thoroughly civilised and ' domesticated, and to our view more to be relied upon than many persons of a different colored skin. His story is given almost verbatim et literatim, and so graphi callj ? is it narrated than one would almost think he was an educated man. His statement is corroborated by another native. In response to a contemporary who doubted the truth of our assertions, yet suggested that & commission should be appointed to inquire into the allegations made, we reiterated that we were well informed, and we added that our information came from no official source. It ...

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