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ARRIVAL OF THE S. ROB ROY. GERALDTON, November 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 November 1882

ARRIVAL OF THE S. ROB ROY. (By Electric Tele jraph.) From our Special Correspondent. Gebaldton, November 24. The s. Rob Roy arrived from Pert Walcott this morning, having beon delayed several hours by strong head winds. Passengers — From Cossack : Messrs. Han cock, Eest, Cresshand, New, McRae, Richardson, Thompson, Abbott, Woolhouse, Mrs. Bancock and spven children, Mrs. McRae and child, Mrs. Richardson ar.d three children ; and seven steerage. From Gascoyne: Mr. Sloan and ten stesrage, There are ten fat ; bullocks ^ on boar;^ consigned to Xfessrs. W. D. .Moore & Co./ Fremanile. .;..-. i ??:: v; ?...-,.??', \ : i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 November 1882

TBBMS FOE ADVERTISING IK THB DAILY NEWS. For advertisements relating to servants -* tradesmen wanted or -wanting engage ments, and leases to let or for Bale, a charge of two shillings only -will be made for all notices not exceeding 4 lines, and 3d. for each additional line for the first inpertion. ; one-half rate for each subsequent in sertion. Other advertisements not exceed ing 8 linea, 3e. 6d., and 3d. each additional line, one-third rate only for subsequent insertions. Reduced rates, by special ar rangement, for advertisements appearing for three months and upwards. TO* ©atlp ^.eto& PRICE ONE PENNY. WILL be published in Perth EVERT AFTERNOON, and forwarded to subscribers by the earliest convenience. Copies may be had from the undermen tioned agent*:- Mr. ,. R FordW Fremantle ... ^ Mr. R. Birch. Guildford ? Master Sainsbury. Newcastle ? Mr. R.Meares. INortham ? Mr. GK Throssell. York ... ??? Mr. Joseph Pyte. 'Vasse' ... ??? Mr. A. Rosseloty Bunbury ... ... Mr. R. Forrest...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON WOOL SALFS. LONDON, November 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 November 1882

LONDON WOOL SALFS. (Associated Press Telegram.) LONDON, November 21. Tbe November Series of Colonial Wool Sales were opened by Messrs. C. Balme & Co., who offered a badly-selected catalogue of 6000 bales. The prices realised wnro n shade under the closing rates of the Septem ber Series.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES FROM BUSSELTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 24 November 1882

NOTES FROM BUS8ELT0N. The effects of the ill-considered amend nent of the Municipal Institutions Act have shown themselves iTi this wise : Only one candidate for councillor offered himself withm the limited time stipulated by the Act, but a second application was received, after the tim* had expired, according to Mr. S. H. Parker's explanation published in the, West Australian. For Chairman there was no application at all. The present Chairman who holds office till the first of next month, will, I . trust, lay the matter before His Excellency the Governor, and I have no doubt that, if it is within the range of His Excellency's authority, he will sus pend or keep iu abeyance this precious amendment till the next Legislative Council can alter or repeal it. Our member (Mr T. C. Carey) is with us on a visit, mainly, I believe, for the purpose of ascertaining the feeling of the public on this very matter, and I sincerely hope that the impressions he may have received will induce him to u...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, November 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 25 November 1882

CABLE TELEGEAMS'; (associated press telegrams.) LONDON, November 23. Sir William Jervois has accepted the Governorship of New Zealand, and Sir William Robinson, of Western Australia, has been appointed Governor of South Australia. Dr. Parry, the Suffragan-Bishop of Dover, who was asked to accept the office of Bishop of Sydney, has written to the Dean of Sydney a letter in which he ex presses his profound regret at not being able to accept tho invitation to fill that im portant office. The American journalist Thurlow Weed, who, some years ago, largely influenced the American elections, is dead. The man named Brookshaw, who was com mitted on tho charge of sending a tlireatcn ing; letter to the Prince of Wales',' has' been tried and found guilty. The evidence showed that the man had been recently in very great straits through poverty, and that, being desirous of emigrating, he had tried this means of forcing the Prince to assist him. The prisoner has been Ben tenced to ten years' penal...

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LITERARY INCONSISTENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 25 November 1882

LITERARY INCONSISTENCY. ? w Sir, — About a fortnight ago a contribu tor to one of your weekly contemporaries gravely suggested that tho native prisoners at Rottnest should be fed upon the poison ous berries of the castor-oil plant, in ordec to get rid of them as quickly as possible, while this week he pours out the vials o£ his hot indignation upon the head of a gentleman who lately narrated in anothec paper some instances of the atrocious man ner the wretched aborigines had been treated in another colony. For the future it would be as well if this individual would remember the old proverb which runs to the effect that certain persons ought to have a good memory ; as, by doing; so, he would avoid making such a ridiculous exhibition of his inconsistency. — Yours, &c.» VERITAS. Perth, Nov. 25. ?

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THE THREE WONDERS GOLD MINING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 25 November 1882

THE THREE WONDERS GOLD MINING. COMPANY. The following information respecting the treatment of quartz taken from the pro perty of 'The Three Wonders' Mining Company, near Woongong, has been con teously furnished to us for publication by the proprietors : — School of Mines, Ballarat, November 11, 1S82. Report on the Results of Assay and treat ment of seven (7) casks of quartz, ex ' Macedon,' from J. J. Harwood, Esq., Three Wonders Gold and General Mining Company, Fremantle, W.A. Registered Nos. 1111, 1112, 1113,-1114, 1118. — This sample of quartz was care fully sampled and assayed at the School and subjected to crushing and treatment for tho extraction of gold, under the School's cr-.re, : t the Band and Albion Co., Ballarat, which is furnished with one of the most complete crushing and extraction plants in the colouy. Samples of the pyrites saved and tho resulting quartz tailings were taken by one of the School's officers and subjected to assay. The result of the assays and the batt...

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THE FREMANTLE MUNICIPAL AUDIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 25 November 1882

THE FREMANTLE MUNICIPAL AUDIT. Sir, — I notice that an extraordinary letter has been published in your uiorninp contemporary in which the writer ventures to state that, owing1 to the negligence of one of the Auditors, the Municipal accounts for last year remain still unatidited, and that those of this year have as yet nob been touched. Upon reading this wonderful statement I waited for an abler person than myself to reply to it, but to my surprise no answer appeared in the next day's issue of our local daily. As a matter of fact I can state without fear of contradiction* that last year's accounts were duly and properly audited, and that the difficulty alluded to by the veracious (?) correspondent mention ed arose at this lialf-year's audit, -when Mr. Fordbam very properly refused to pnss certain items which lie, ns I think rightly, believed to be illegal. After a prolonged discussion — which, it will be remembered, was partly carried on in the columns of the very paper published the...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 25 November 1882

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' One of thbTwain ' seems notto haveone studied the notice we gave yesterday with sufficient care to thoroughly take in our meaning. At the risk of beine consider ed tedious, we repeat that we have re solved, by every means in our power, to discourage a practice, that has become far too frequent in this colony, of permitting correspondents to vent their feelings of spite and vindictiveness upon others in public print. For this reason the letter of our correspondent has been consigned to the waste-paper basket. The journal which contained the accusation should be called upon to insert an apology. Why ask another paper to do so ? A Ratepayer, who 'lives out of town,' wants to know how it is that the require ments of the 127th sec. of the Munici palities Act, 1876, with respect to pub lishing the accounts showing the financial position of the Perth City Council at the end of October last, have not yet been complied with. He has heurd th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 25 November 1882

TEEMS FOB ADVERTISING* IN THE :% DAILY NEWS. . : For advertiseraente. relating to servants Artadesmeu wa.nted.or -wanting i engage Srfciona. Reduced rates, by special ax Wement, for advertisements appearing for three months and upwards. PRICE ONE PENNY. ^S^^afg^Stder^ tioned agents :— M^ y R 5^^,, iFremantie ??? 5 ' Mr. R. Birch. „ , Master Sainsbury. Gmldford ? Mr K- Meares. Newcastle — '*Mr. G. Throssell. INortham ... — jfc.. Joseph Pyke. 'York ... ??? ??' Mr- A# Kosseloty Vasse ??? ??? jj^ jj,. Forrest. Bunbury ??? '*Mr J M. Palmer Albany — - Mr. C. P. Reilly. Oeraldton ??? ???.. ?_fl;r Wnli Moore. Oreenough — Mr j Smith. ] T-iOtt SALE. A quantity of WASTE | F * AM? Apply at this offioe. ^^TTlbTast size. ?^OHROMOGRAPBS, capable of produc ing fifty impressions. Apply «* thia Office. ' MEDICAL. T W. NIOHOLLSTS'^., 3u8t £rom Eng 4= p.m. ? — ? ElGIBLEOOUNTRY BLOCK FOB SALE,-A 10-acre block of land, P Wember 14th, 1882. . VINCENT DIAZ,, Coo// and Confectioner, iy's-ict attitioa to bus...

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CITY MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 25 November 1882

CITY MUNICIPAL ELECTION. Sin, — As a ratepayer, and as one who likes to see justice done, I am pleased to learn, through the columns of your journal, that Dr. Scott intends nrotesfciner asroinsfc the election of last Monday, and should your report prove correct I venture to say that the step will receive the approbation of a large proportion of the citizens, while it would be but right to the candidates them selves to have a fresh election. Great dis satisfaction exists as the arrangements for voting. It is of no use blaming the Return ing Officer. I think the right horse ought to be saddled with this, and that is undoubt edly the Mayr r and Councillors who are to blame. I have always had an idea that voting by ballot was some sort of secret pro cess of giving votes, but Monday's election dispelled all iny previous notions on the subject, as I then saw persons receiving papers for others, filling them, up, and put ting them in the box, the papers consequent ly never reachingjthe han...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 25 November 1882

TO CAPITALISTS OR PUBLIC COMPANIES. VALUABLE TIMBER STATION, AT THB CANNING, IN THB COLONY OP WESTERN AUSTRALIA, FOR SALE. LENDERS will be received by the JL undersigned, up to the 12fch day of DECEMBER next, for the purchase of one of the best Jurrah Timber Stations in Western Australia, with all its Machinery, Tools, suitable Workmen's Cottages, Buildings, Horse aud 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 cubio feet, of jarrah.may bo cut, 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 tho quality is surpassed by none other in the colony. There is about 9 (nine) miles of Wood...

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ROTTNEST PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 25 November 1882

ROTTNEST PRISON. Sir, — I am prepared to say that the remarks of ' Telephone,' with reference to the Rottnest scandal and the native dif ficulty, which appear in this day's issue of the Herald, are worthy only or the individu al — and who is well, very well known' here — from whom they emanate. The report of his alleged personal inspection is simply unworthy of credence, as it is contradicted in every particular by no less than five persons, besides myself, who have had better and more frequent opportunities of examining into the way the native prisoners on the island are treated, while his assertion that on Sundays the prisoners ' often reach home' (the italics are miue) ' so surfeited that they are incapacitated from work on the Monday' is utterly untrue. There is no doubt that the public will not.be satisfied until tho Government appoints a commis sion, composed of independent gentleine ton, report upon the whole matter. ? Grave charges of mismanagement have been publicly made up...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 25 November 1882

J?1 1flfl T0 LEND, Oa firat-olass ? 3uJLfL\J\J Mortgage, at a low rate of interest. Apply to COURTHOPE & CO., Perth, November 21, 1882. ADVANCES ON WOOL, PEARL SHELLS, &c. T7DWARD KAY COURTHOPE, 111 PERTH and COSSACK, is prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, to Squatters aud Pearlers, FREE OP INTEREST, ou Wool, Pearl Shells, -fcc., 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 Mk. H. AttweTjL's Sale Room, High Street, Fremantle, where we trust 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 snu set. Account Sales will in all cases (where practicable) be rendered with returns on the day after the sale. COURTHOPE & CO., Auctioneers PHOENIX FIRE OFFICE, Lombard St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 25 November 1882

t0' Three-room Cottage Furnished Por £19, or For £33, or 'Fox £50. ^S^end for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which, ?will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished Por £46, or Por £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, oi* For £202. Bend for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. 0 - O ??'?? 5 \ B I H - 5JTV/TTTTT i?/ f!n wcmiTPa^nY^ Tinni*^ ffaciT^ftc* Ty/T^vitfrlTViArGCi Slonldings, Skirtings^ Arclaitravcs, Slaop Counters, and Shop FittinBgs. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN ? ♦__ — Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS; ? ©_ — . ? PICTURE FRAMERS. € H CO 11 ?S ? ? C - 0 0 PICTURES Mounted, STEETCHED, ' FJRAMED. CARPETS IV1ADE. rt .8 ^ i' DOORS, SASHES, (SHOP FITTINGS, ' AND MANTELPIECES. CARPETS EV^ADE ^ - p| g S ^ |=§ ° knj o SMITH & CO., Household Furniture, Bedding, Picture Frames, P...

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The Daily News. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 25 November 1882

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER^ 25Ti8mT' It is with imieli pleasure that we an nounce the promotion of His Excel lency Sir William Robinson to the G-overnoi'ship of South Australia. We feel confident that every well-thinking member of the community will hail with satisfaction His Excellency's appointment to a first-class Governor ship, the salary of which is £5,000 a-year. Despite the prejudice a sec tion of the Press has evinced towards Sib William, founded upon personal dislike, it will now be seen that His Excellency h s received thatconsid eration from his Sovereign which he is so well entitled to, and that his services have been fully recognized. We may call back to niemoiy the in sult that was given to his name by the West Australian and its minions as to an alleged deficit, and although we dp not know what may have prompted His Excellency to throw up his ap pointment as Governor of the Straits Settlements, we do know that during his second Administration he has met with unparalelled succ...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED—NOVEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 25 November 1882

SHIP PING. POET OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED— November 24. SPINAWAY, barque, F. Bateman, from Bunbury. Passengers — Mrs. Bateman and child. PBv Electric TfileoTn,YVh_l * POET AD EL AIDE.— Sailed: Nov. 23, Macedori, s., for Melbourne. BUNBURY.— Arrived: Nov. 24,, Zebra, cutter, from Premantle ; Belle of Bunbury, sen., from Fremantle. EUCLA. — Arrived: Not. 2-t, Lillio Haw kins, from Porb Adelaide. GERALDTON.— Sailed: Nov. 23, Sarah, cutter, for Sharks Bay. PREMANTLE.— Sailed : Nov. 25, Ivy, schooner, for Bunbury. MAILS CLOSING THIS DAY. Mails for England, India, &c, for des p&ioh to Albany per contract Bteamer Otway, and thence per R-.M.S. Pesbawur, ?will be closed as under : — . Afc the General Post Office, at 8 p.m. Afc Fremantle, at 9 p.m. At Guildford, at 6 p.m. MAILS DUE. Mails from England, India. ,&c, overland from. Albany, will be due at the General Post Office this (Saturday) evening.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 November 1882

M -IAf\ TO JLBSTD, On first-claw 3J\.yl\j\J Mortgage, at a low rate of interest. Apply to COURTHOPB & CO., ~Pocth, November 21,, 1882. ADVANCES ON WOOL, PEARL SHELLS, &c. T1DWARD KAY COURTHOPE, Jh PERTH and COSSACK, is prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, to Squatters aud Pearlers, FREE OF INTEREST, -m Wool, Pearl Shells, (be, placed in bis .handB 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 unctions of Merchandize at Mk. H. ArrtVKLr/s Salb Room, High Street, Fremautle, where we trust to be favored with their support. Any goods iuteu«led for Auction uhould be sent not later than 9 o'clock on the morning of sale. All lots will be at owner's rink, uud must boTemoved (if not sold) before sun set. Account Sales will in all easen (where practicable) bo reudered with .returns on. the day after the sale. CODRTHOPE & CO., A action eers PHGKNIX FIRE OFFICE, Lombard...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 November 1882

' Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £33, or - Tor £50. I SQend for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which, will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished Por £46, or For £63, or For £84. Jend for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished For £95, or For £152, or For £202. Bend for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. 0 O to £ 1 S I SMITE & Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, Monldisgs, Skirtings Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN ? » Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] RENCH POLISHERS. .- ? -?— ? ? -ICTURE FRAMERS! W 1 ffi ?5° ^ I ^ » H 8 v OQ o 0 V* PICTURES Mounted, STRETCHED, JLND FfiAMED. CARPETS MADE. ' -_ O r ^ ♦'A ^ - ' — S [?] SMITH & CO., Household Furniture, Bedding, Picture Frames, Picture Mouldings, ^ BedsteadSj Cots. SMITH & CO., Steam Saw Mills, Steam Turning Mil...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED—November 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 November 1882

SHIPPING. PORT OF PREMANTLE. ' ARRIVED— November 25. OTWAY, steamer, Moon, from Gerald ton. Passengers — .Mis3 Snook, -Miss Wool *hse, Rev. H. Friel and Mrs. Friel, servant, d two children, Mrs. Spencer, Messrs. E. Gooch, G. Woodley, W. Woolhouse, T. Major, H. D00I6I, W. Mills, W. H. Gale, J. M. Ferguson, Cutter,, G. Boston, J. Atkins; and seven' in the steerage. ROB ROY, steamer, A. R. England, from Port Walcott, via Sharks Buy and Gerald ton. Passengers — from Cossack : Mr.' and Mrs. J. F. Hanoo.'k and 7 children, Mr. and Mrs. Richardson and 3 children, Mr. and Mrs. McRae and child, Messrs. S. J. Best, C. Orosshand, J. New, Thomson, C. Hodgson, J. Abbott ; and five in the steerage. From Gascoyne : Mr. , W. Sloan and seven in the steerage, and two steerage, from £fl)araldton. November 26. CHARLOTTE, barque, 378 tons, C. Ren dell, frjm London, August 25. : W. 1-. Moore & Co., agents. SAILED— November 25. ? . . JANET, three-masted schooner, 211 tons, Henfry, for Mauritius. Pa...

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