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SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SIDE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) The Court opened at 10 o'clock. VON BIBRA v. THOMAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 November 1882

SUPREME COURT— CIVIL SIDE WEDNESDAY, October 22. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) The Court opened at 10 o'clock. VON BlBRA. V. THOMAB. Hia Honor the Chief Justice gave judg ment in this case. After reviewing it on several points he said he had been asked to enter a nonsuit on the grounds that (1) the the verdict was against the weight of evi dence ; (2) That there was contributory negligence on the part of the boy, who was driving at the rate of six or seven miles an hour; (3) That there being but a scintilla of evidence against the Crown, and a strong feeling against it, the case should not have been allowed to go to a jury. His Honor, after giving his grounds on each point raised, said he was unable to comply with the terms of the rule, which must be discharged, carry ing costs against the Government. Scott v. McGowan. His Honor, on the application of Mr. Horgan, gave an order to the effect that this action be dismissed unless the order made for a statement of claim be compl...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 November 1882

CABLE TELEGRAMS. (ABBOOIATID PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LONDON, November 18. The representatives of the colonial sec tion of the British Medical Association are arranging to forward medical exhibits to the Australian Exhibition . The floating of the Natal Loan of .£700, 000 has been disappointing — only a trifle over, a third of the amount having been subscribed. The Standard says that the Hon.' W. J. Clarke, of Victoria, has been created a baro net, and that Colonel Scratchley, R.E., has retired, with the honorary rank of major general. The Queen has conferred th9 dignity of K.C.M.G. upon Alderman McArthur and the Hon. T. Mcll wraith (Premier of Queens land), and that of Companion of the same Order upon Mr. C. A. W. Mitchell, Commis sioner of Crown Lands and Agent-General for Immigration for Fiji.

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PUBLIC PARKS FOR PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 November 1882

PUBLIC PARKS FOR PERTH. Sib, — To a stranger visiting Perth nothing is more striking — save the primi tive architectural ideas cf its inhabitants and the follv of delayinc: in adoptiner a Building Act — than the absence of Public Reserves for recreation purposes. The only piece of ground available for promenading seems to be the bare flat at the river-sido, and an out-of-the-way paddock yclept the Cricket Ground, where, in consequence of the myriads of mosquitoes, a viBit to that locality, at' any time, is far from agreeable. I have heard of another block, of some four or five acres, known as Third Swamp, lying near the top of Beaufort Street and Wil liam Streets, which it is intended to convert into a botanic garden some day ; and I am told thero is some talk of the intention on the part of the Government to clear and fence a large area on the western slope of Mount Eliza, but after all, even if lawns and walks were formed in these places to morrow, they are both too far distant to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PORT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 November 1882

PORT NOTES. BY BOHEMIAN. The municipal elections have been held ; the battle has been fought, but victory has not crowned the efforts made by the Rate payers' Defence Association to rouse thp Council into activity by the introduction of new blood. On the contrary, the Associa tion has been defeated all along their lines, and, so far as they are concerned, most lamentable, lame, and impotent has been the result of the struggle. Experientia docet, and no doubt the As sociation will learn wisdom from the last battle, and next year will bring their men early into the field, instead of putting them forward at the last moment. Meanwhile they ought to strain every nerve to get the names of all the ratepayers upon the Elec toral Roll, and then, if the public be but truo to themselves, they will have their own way at the next election. There is no doubt the position of Chair man is far from being a pleasant one — he iB ' a target for all jibes, a centre for all sneers' — and we cannot allow ...

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

TO CAPITALISTS OR PUBLIC COMPANIES. 4. VALUABLE! TIMBER STATION, AT ,'TBM CANNING, IN THE COLONY OF WESTERN AUSIKALIA, FOB SALE. r mENDERS will be received by ' tho JL undersigned, up to the 12th day of DECEMBEH next, for the purchase o£ one of the best Jarrah Timber Stations in Western Australia, with all its Machinery, Tools, suitable Workmen's Cottages,, Buildings, Horse and Bullock Teame, Timber Whims, Tramway Trucks, Boats,, and Working Plant of every description. The country is ironstone country, in tho Darling Range, and tho Station consists of 100,000 (one hundred thousand) acres of the best timber country in the colonyj on which it is estimated that several million loads, of 50 cubic feet, of jarrah may bo cut, thus affording work for the present mill, and others which may be erected if desired for many years beyond the dura tion of the lease. The timber is of average long lengths and sizes, and the quality is surpassed, by none other in the colony. There is about 9 (nine) ...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 November 1882

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. F.A.C. — We must decline to publish your letter. Its insertion would only serve to bring the officer ' named into public con tempt. The case is certainly a hard one, and the conduct towards you most irritating. The best course for you to adopt, we think, would be to bring his conduct under the notice of the Governor. Stated hypothetic ally, our answers would be to condemn the course pursued by the returning-officer in almost every particular.

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ROTTNEST ISLAND PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 November 1882

ROTTNEST ISLAND PRISON. We have had an opportunity of inter viewing an intelligent aboriginal native who has juBt been released from Rottnest Island Prison, and from we gather the fol lowing particulars. The replies to the questions we put to him are given almost verbatim et literatim, and we may add that we have never before met so intelligent an aboriginal, his English, being far more correct than that of Borne of his enlightened white brethren. In reply to our questions he mode the following statement : — My name is ? ? ; I belong to Perth and Guildford, and was brought up on Mr. Fauntleroy's farm. I am about thirty years of age, and have been married about five yearB. I have just been discharged from Rottnest Island Prison, where I have beon detained fifteen months. There are now about 1 20 natives on the island ; most of them are from the Murchison and North West coast. They are healthy enough when they arrive, but graduallyjfall away, in consequence of the work. What kind of w...

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WANTED—AN ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 November 1882

WANTED— AN ANSWER. Sib, — Some months ago a quantity of jewellery was to have been raffled at York. I purchased a ticket, when I was informed that the result would be announced in the public press. Since then, however, I have not heard a word more about the matter. I therefore now write to enquire if the raffle has come off, and if such be the case why was not the result advertised as promised P I can hardly think that in this matter there has been FAIR PLAY. We know nothing of the lottery referred to. Our correspondent surely knows of whom he purchased a ticket. — CEr-.]

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 November 1882

WANTED IHMJBDIATELY.— Six (6) Mm to work in a Bkickyabd.-Two 8) to got clay, two (2) moulders, and two (2) to bear off!— Apply to V ' JAMBS BBITTAIN, Builder, Perth. October 10, 1882. FOeTsALH. A staunch buy HOS8B, black points, about 15^ bands high, ^uiet, well broken to saddle and harness. Apply, Inquirer office. TjlOR SALE, ANY SIZE. OHROMOGRAPHS, capable bf produo ing fifty impressions. Apply at this Offlee. FOB SALE. A quantity of WASTE PAPHR. Apply at this offioe. THILIGIBLE COUNTRY BLOCK FOR . r\i SALE, — A 10-acre block bf land, ciesred and fenced, with a two-roomed stone oottage and out-house, situated about a milo and a quarter from the Aron Bridge, Northam, and close to the New castle Road. For further particulars, ap ply to Mr. BRITxMALL, Hay St., Perth. November 14th, 1882. VINCENT DIAZ, Cook and Confectioner, FANCY BREAD & BISCUIT BAKER GREEN3ROCER, -fec, WISHES to announce that he has com menced business as above in Mrs. Trigg'3 store, St. George's Terraoe, ne...

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

? : ?? ? - ? . . ... ' ' . '' . , ' ..- 5 Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £33, or , Por £50. Sjend for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished Por £46, or For £63, or For £84, ,. i:_ ,. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished For £95, or For £152, or For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, whioh will be forwarded Post Free on application. ? ...m\ 6 0 i ?S 1 H - SMITH 8s, Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, Mouldings, Skirtings. Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings. CARPETS PLANNED, LAID & MADE. FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN ♦ ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, SPRING BEDS, COUCHES. ? .-'; ??.: . .-i L .'???? i FRENCH POLISHERS. ? ? . ♦ i I u ills Cndi PICTURE FRAMERS. OQ § H a ? ffi 59 ? ' W . &???: A n H OQ ' o 0 PICTURES Mounted, STEETCHED, * AND FEAMED. CARPETS MADE. o Jal JLJL i m ^^ QS^IB#»| C4tl...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 November 1882

THE MAILS. Due at G.P.O., Perth : — From England, &c. : Nov. 25 and Dec. 8. , From Eastern, colonies, Nov. 18 and Dec. 2. Despatched from Q.P.O., Perth : — For . England, &c, Nov. 25. For Eastern Colonies, Dec. 1.

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 23 November 1882

SHIPPING. POBT OF FREMANTLE. ABBIVED— November 21. '' ACTCEA; barque, 300 tons, G.' Al' Walker, from Natal. . ? SAILED — November 21. ? * OTWAT, steamer, H. Moon, for Gerald ton. Passengers — Miss Lochee, Mrs. Bens burg, Miss Fraser, Miss McNeil, Mrs.Pearse, Rev. T. Bird, Messrs. Guerner and Cutter. November 22. ? WILLIE, cutter, for Geraldton. ' . [By Electric Telegraph.] ^ GERALDTON.— Arrived : Nov. 22, 3-35 p.m., Ofcway, s., from Fremantle. VASSE.— Arrived : Nov. 20, Ousuri, bq., from Melbourne. Sailed : Nov. 20, Bengal, bq., for Cape Town ; Minora, brig, for Port Adelaide. PORT ADELAIDE.— Arrived: Nov. 2%, Macedon, s., from Fremantle. Sailed : Nov. 21, Elizabeth, bq., for Fremantle. Nov. 23, Dry Dawn and Orange Grove, bqes., for Fremantle. ? ? ? MELBOURNE. — Arrived: Nov. 21.-^ B.M.S. Pcshawur, from Sydney. $| AREIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. The B. M. S. Bosetta, bringing the late fortnightly October English mail, arrived at King George's Sound at 11.30 o'clock this morning. The on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 November 1882

O1 1 d f\ T0 ^ENI-- On fi«t-clas8 i/l,lUU Mortgage, at a low late of interest. Apply to COURTHOPE & CO., Perth, November 21, 1882. ADVANCES ON WOOL, PEARIj SHELLS, &c. .'ODWARD KAY COURTHOPE, Jjj PERTH and COSSACK, is prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, to Squatters aud Pearlers, FREE OF INTEREST, ' on Wool, Pearl Shells, -fec, placed in his hands for sale in the Colonies or London. November 13, 1882. Perth, September 15, 1882. WE beg to inform our friends that we intend holding periodical auctions of Merchandize at Mr. H. Attwelt/s Sale Room, High. Street, Fremantle, where we trnst to be favored with their support. Any goods intended for Auction should be sent not later . than 9 o'clock on the morning of sale. All lota will be at owner's risk, and must be removed (if not sold) before. sun Bet. Account Sales will in all cases (where practicable) be rendered with returns on the day after the sale. .COURTHOPE & CO-, Auctioneers PHOBJNIX FIRE OFFICE, Lombard...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 November 1882

[?] Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £38, or For ,£50. tSfond 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, or For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. 0 f r^ 3 h -- H 0 SMITH & Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, Monldings, Skirtings, Architraves, SIiop Counters, and Shop Fittings. CARPETS PLANNED, LAID & MADE. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN ? »? Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ? « ? O-flLlR. VIES Eft S3 9 PICTURE FRAMERS. 1 h4 H i I r GO Q 0 . PICTUEES Mounted, STEETGHED, ^ AND FRAMED, CARPETS MADE. I B % Urn PsB H S s! ^ ?? bed ftwi^ ? i El B3 SMITH & CO., Cabinet Makers. SMITH &.CO. DOORS, SASHES, ®HOP FITTINGS, AND MANTEL...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 November 1882

LETTERS TO THz EDITOR. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. The correspondents who have forwarded us letters commenting upon the conduct of members of a certain Municipal Council during the late elections are informed that their letters are not admissible. We decline to allow our journal to be made the means of gratifying personal spite or private enmity, or correspondents to refute statements of a personal nature made in another journal. If our cor respondents be convinced that their statements are correct they had better bring the behaviour of the two persons alluded to under the notice of the Government. Ratepayer, Fremantle, laments, the course matters have taken with respect to the nomination of certain well-known resi dents for the vacant seat in the Municpal Council for the South Ward. He adds, ' Of the three gentlemen in question, one, I think, was badly advised in allowing himself to be nominated, as it is clear that he has been, by those who wish to pre vent the election of a repres...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 November 1882

SHIPPING. POET OF FREMANTLE. [By Electric Telesrraph.1 GERALDTON. — Arrived : Nov. 24, Nellie, cutter, from Fremantle j 5*40 . a.m., Bob Roy, a., from Port Walcott and Sharks Bay. Sailed : Nov. 24, 4 a.m., Otway, s.. for Fremantle; ll'lO a.m., Rob Roy, s., for Fremantle. ALBANY.— Sailed : Nov. 23, 4-15 p.m., R.M.S. Rosetta, for Glenelg. BUNBURY.— -Sailed : Nov. 23, Spin away, bq., for Fremantle. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. Mails for Gascoyne and sharks Bay, for transmission per schooner Argo, will be closed at the General Post Office this after noon. A charter has been secured for the barque Actcoa, through the agents, Messrs. Thomp son, Sendey, & Co., to load with sandalwood at Geraldton for Singapore. The increased activity in the shipping trade of the colony, just now is remarkable. At each of the outports one or more vessels * are lying, disch r^ing or taking in cargo. Within the Port of Fremantle, yesterday, exclusive of coasters and steamers, there vcre thirteen vessels in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 November 1882

? _ ? TO CAPITALISTS OR PUBLIC COMPANIES. VALUABLE TIMBER STATION, AT THB CANNING,, IN THE COLONY OP WESTERN AX7STKALIA, FOE SALE. mENDERS will be received by the JL ; undersigned, up to the 12fch day of DECEMBER, next, for the purchase of one of the best Jarrah Timber Stations in Western Australia, with all its Machinery, Tools, suitable Workmen's Cottages, Buildings, Horse and Bullock Teams, Timber Whims, Tramway Trucks, Boats and Working Plant of every description. The country is ironstone country, in the Darling Range, and the Station consists of 100,000 (one hundred thousand) acres of the best timber country in the colony, on which it is estimated that several million loads, of 50 cubic feet, of jarrah may be cut,1 thus affording work for the present mill- and others which may be erected if desirod for many years beyond the dura tion of the lease. The timber is of average long lengths and sizes, and the quality is surpassed0 by none other in the colony. There is about 9 (nine) ...

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The Daily News. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 November 1882

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1882. (JfeAVB and serious misuuderstandings a^-ear to exist between the Municipal ities and the ratepayers. It has gene rally been considered that the Muni cipalities: Act is cumbersome, unin telligible, and beyond the requirements of the colony, and persons taking a superficial view of the Act are apt to say that a great deal more could have been comprised, in less than the 130 sections which adorn its pages. A careful study of the Act, however, s^ws that every clause is necessary, and that when understood it is very workable. Unfortunately it has not been understood, and this has given rise to a great deal of misunderstand ing and unpleasantness. This has more especially been so in consequence of the various interpretations given by respective Chairmen of Municipali ties, some of which have been faulty, while others have been correct. The main question at issue has been the manner in which the electoral list is made up every year, and in this rate payers gener...

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VICTORIAN REVIEW.—October. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 November 1882

VICTORIAN REVIEW.—Octoher. With some decrease in quantity we think this issue of the Review shows some im provement in quality. It opens, however, with a biographical sketch of Henry Fox, first Lord Holland, and father of the great statesman, which we commend to anyone who wishes to see a portrait of an evil man drawn without a redeeming feature. We hope there is no need to warn Australians against the growth of such corruption as is here exemplified. ' '.It was scourged with terrible satire, of which some good specimens are given in this article. ' The Constitution of- Second or Upper ChamJie-s ' contains the suggestion that a class should be formed of men who have already distinguished themselves from whom alone the-TTppeir Chambers in colonial Legis latures should be chosen, instead of depend ing on popular election and a money qualifiV «-r^eh,ave two o1bfcruse scientific articles' Low Polar Barometers,' and ' How our Rocks Grew Golden'— the latter, atlany .] rate, not without it...

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CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, Nov. 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 November 1882

CABLE : TELEGRAMS. (associated pbess telegbams.) LONDON, Nov. 21. Bear Admiral Hoskins, formerly in com mand of the Australian Squadron, has been created a K.C.B. The debate unon the T-rocedurft 'Rill in continuing, and the opposition on the part of :the Conservatives is decreasing, 'ihe prorogation of the present special Sessio a is expected to take place at an early date. One of the Lough Mask murderers has turned approver. The London Standard state3 that the report as to the creation of the Hon. W. J. Clarke, of Victoria, a baronet of the United Kingdom, is correct. Owing to the desertion of his troops to the; Soudan Prophet, Baker Pasha's expeditionary force is dwindling away. The Committee of the American branch of the Land League which were appointed, to report on the alleged misappropriation of the funds reports that none of the money has been properly applied, but that it has been spent in contesting the elections in Ireland, and in bonuses to newspapers. It is reported that...

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