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

FOUND by the undersigned a LADY'S GOLD WATCH and CHAIN. May bo had upon giving a description and pay ment of this advertisement. STEPHEN M. STOUT. Perth, Nov. 27. NEW BUTCHERING BUSINESS. rpHE undersigned, having taken oyer 1 the BUTCHERING BUSINESS ?formerly carried on by Mr. A. W. Arm strong, in Hay Street, Perth, is desirous of iuforming the inhabitants of Perth and ,-tthe public in general that he has made arrangements to have a continuous supply o£ the famed NORTHrWEST BEEP, which will at all times be ou sale at the very lowest market rates. JAS. W. WOOD. Perth, November 25, 1882.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 November 1882

THE MAILS. Due at G.P.O.,. Perth: — From England, 4o. : Dec. 9 and Deu. 23. From Eastern colonies, Dec. 2 and Dec. 14. Despatched from G.P.O., Perth: — For England, &c, Dei-. 9 and Dec. 23. For Eastern Colonies, Dec. 1 and Deo. 15.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 November 1882

TERMS FOB ADVERTISING IH THfl DAILY NEWS. For adYertisemoute relating to oerTanta «r tradesmen wanted or wanting engage ments, and leases to lot or for Bale, a charge of two Bhillinga oaly will be made for all _»6tioes not exceeding 4. lines, and 3d. for each ivdditional Una for the first inPertion ; cne-buif rate for each subsequent in ?ertion. Other adrortiaemouta not exceed ing 8 liDeo, 3a. 6d., and 3d. each additional line, one-third rate only for subsequent J insertions. Reduced rates, by special ar- . d xangemeut, for advertisements appearing n f«r three months and upwards. I ? n ? _ — - g PRICE ONE PENNY. J WILL be published in Perth EVERT d AFTERNOON, and forwarded to Babseribers by the earliest convenience. p Copies may bo had from the undermen tfonedagente:- __ p Fordhiun. JPremantle ... ^ Mr. R. Biroh. Guildford ? Master SaiuBb^ry. .- ?Wrawi^aafcla ... — Mr. R. Meares. »orthum -. Mr. G. ThrosseU. »ortham ... ... Mr, J58eph Pyk8. ?J' V' ' — Mr. A'.'Roesoloty t Bunburr *' ?...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES FROM DONGARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 November 1882

NOTES FROM DONGABBA. [From our own Correspondent.] Harvesting has commenced hero hay, barley and wheat come so close after the other that it is a difficult matter to save the crops. In no part of the world does vegetation progress so rapidly as in Western Australia'; and in no part where agricul tural pursuits are followed is labor so scarse ; 7s. or 8s. per day is now demanded for hay-making and helping to reap the fields. It is supposed that one-third of the produce will be wasted in this district for want of hands. The promotion of immigration should be the first and chief duty of our legislators. The South Australians for m-my years devoted the whole of the proceeds of -the land revenue to the increase Of population. Surely if it pays to borrow money for railways it must pay to borrow it to bring labor into a colony where it is so much required. From Eucla to Kimberley the same scarcity of labor pervails. The Rev. T. H. Friel and family, accom panied by Mr. L. C. Burgea, left Do...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 November 1882

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. ; In the Victorian Treasurer's statement of receipts : and expenditure for the year end ing June 30 the net revenue is set down at .£5,592,361, and the total expenditure .£5, 612,604. 1 The total cost of the Jolimont (Melbourne) Railway accident is stated to have been .£45,306- 11s. lid., and of the Windsor ac cident .£8,599 Is. 6d. Since the lost figures were made up Mr. S. Macgregor; wholesale grocer, has obtained a, verdict for .£3,820, and Mr. Frederick Horatio Samson, a clerk to Messrs'. Wilshin and -Hurley, timber merchant?, a verdict i32,59O, for damages arising out of the Windsor accident. , The Melbourne Cup was run on October 31 ? on- Flemington Racecourse. ' Seventy five thousand persons are estimated to have been present. The race was run in a heavy shower, and was won by Assyrian, an Ade laide horse, in 3 rain. 40 sec. sThe returns of the polling in the City of Melbourne to determine whetherthenumber of public houses shall be increased or not show on...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 November 1882

rpENDERS aTe invited for six thousand JL bushels of Lime, to he delivered ai the New Public Offices. A proper measure will bo on the ground. Tho lime must lie subject to the approval of the Superinten dent of Public Worro. Fur particulars, apply to JAMES BRITTAIN, Builder, Beaufort Street. Perth, October 23, 1882. T- BOUGHT in off Mr. W. L. Gibbs' _L- run, one bay ENTIRE COLT ; about thirteen hands high ; 110 mark 01 brand visible ; supposed to lie one bough 1 by me from Mr. John. White. Anyone Bhowiug a better claim .than I can him him by paying all expenses. JAMES DELLAB. Canning, November U th, 1882. [931. TEMPERANCE HOTEL/ ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, PERTH. JOSEPH LOCKYER, PROPRIETOR, HAVING taken over the above Hotel (lately in the occupation of Mr. J. .C* ? Foster), which he intends to keep oa a - Board and Lodging House, as heretofore^ hopes to receive a fair share of public . sup-. , port. Dinner hour, &c, as uanaj. ? Good Stabling. . ' ' . Oct. 2, 1882. . b, 13Rotestant o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Daily News. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 27 November 1882

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1882. The cultivation of the voice in our State schools is sadly neglected. It is a great defect in our system of education, especially in girls' schools. We believe the Government Girls School in Perth to be remarkably well conducted, but singing is not taught. The teacher, Mrs. Veale, is alive to this defect, and with praiseworthy commendation she has made an effort to have the children attending her school taught music. We understand that she has applied to the Central Board of Education for permission to devote part of the time devoted to   teaching to the cultivation of the voice, and that the Board, although it will not interfere in any arrangements the teacher may choose to make, de- cline to grant any bonus or salary to- wards paying a qualified teacher. We do not see that the Board could do otherwise, seeing that singing is not comprised in the curriculum of Gov- ernment school teaching. It is, how- ever, gratifying to hear that Mrs. Veale ...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 November 1882

PI 1 f\f\ TQ LHKD, On first-olwa *£ Xl-ll/U Mortgage, at a low rate of ^ Mi tOCOS t- Apply to COURTHOPB & CO., Perth, November 21, 1882. J ( ADVANCES ON WOOL, PEARL . 8HELLB, &c. J\ TTOWARD KAY COURXHOPE, Ai Ej PERTH and COSSACK, At is prepared to make LIBERAL CASH Ai ADVANCES, to SquatterB aud Pearlers, Al FREE OF INTEREST, -xu Wool, Pearl Shells, -fec, placed in his Bi hands for sale in the Colonies or London. »- November 13, 1882. Bt Bi ? . fit Perth, September 15, 1882. || WE beg to inform our friends that ^ we intend holding periodical fi) unctions of Merchandize at Mb. H. Attweli/s. Salb Room, High Street, q^ Fremantle, where we trust to be q( favored with their aupport. __ q( Any goods iutended for Auction qj should be Bent not later thau 9 ^ o'clock on the morning of sale. All q lots will be at owner's risk, and must ^ . be removed (if not sold) before sun- q net. Accouut Sales will in all casea' c (where practicable) be rendered with ^ returns on the day aft...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 November 1882

w & mm Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or ; V For £33, or ?* For .£50. -; :.?- ^nd , for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. ';!?? Four-room Cottage Furnished For £46, or , . .' For £63, cr \ .,m.; ..;:-.i! iEor £84. Senxljfbr 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, w2iich ' will be forwarded Post Free on application. S - - 1 1 -jj 1 ... S....-Hi?:- H .- 7 7 bo ' - 1 oh S dings, Skirtings Architraves,- Shop' Connters, and ^iiop Fittings. '??'_??????? i ' 7 * , .''''.;? ,' ?' ? .FURNITURE-WAREHOUSEMEN .' ; ? ? — ? — ? ? ? ;' ' ;',,'. 5 Mattresses, Palliasses, COUCHES. -,. .: ?'..??? ?'?..'.'? ? ? \ ? . . '? .' ' ' * FRENCH POLISHERS,. 'i:';''-; .;?_ . — — — « — —— ' ' C?-AuE2.'V JE3 3E® S 9 I PICTURE FRAMERS. ,. ,:; :;.0D ???-# ' H ? r :h v ' '$??? -L - i» u- :.v; hj, . [ . '^ 0 PICTURE...

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The Daily News. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 November 1882

'^rOESDJLTrNOVEMBEE 23, 188J. Wk should like to s^e aa improved organisation of our fire brigade. The fire engine itself is in an efficient state, ready ut any moment when required for use, but no practice, tnai ?we know of, takes place among the firemen. Happily - very few fires occur, but should such a misfortune happen our Volunteers should be F prepared for action, and that action demands systematic drill. An occasional trial in various parts of the city should take place, in order that persons should be prepared in case of accident. It is right to inquire what arrangements could be made for & supply of water in the event of a fire breaking out. We very much fear that it would be . limited, and that the engine, therefore, would be almost useless. This is a question that should engage the attention of the incoming Council, who should ask themselves if there is any necessity for an improved water supply, and if go, they should take means to procure it. At present there is ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 November 1882

! FUND by tho undersigned a LA.DY'8 GOLD WATCH and CHAIN. May be had upon giving a description and pay ment of this advertisement. STEPHEN M. BTOTJT. Perth, Nov. 27. NEW BUTCHERING BUSINESS. THE undersigned, having taken over tho BUTCHERING BUSINESS formerly carried ou by Mr. A. W. Arm strong, in Hiiy Street, Perth, is desirous of informing tho inhabitants of Perth and the public in general that he Iiub made arranuetnents to have a continuous supply of the famed NORTH-WEST BEEF, which will at all timeB be on sale at the Tory lowest market rates^ ^ wqqd Perth, November 25, 1882. THE MAILS. Dtu at G.P.O., Perth :?— From England, *o. : Dec. 9 and Dec. 23. From Eastern colonies, Dec. 2 and Dec. 14. Despatched from, Q.P.O., P'rthj— For England, &c, Dec. 9 and Dec. 23. For Hastern Colonies, Dec. 1 and Dec. lo.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR PARIS LETTER. PARIS, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 November 1882

OUR PA MS LETTER. From our own Correspondent. Paris, October 7. Grandmother BSbats is the only - journal that keeps harping on the rights of France in Egypt. This is the consequence of having formerly sent one of its writers to enjoy a Cook's excursion on the Nile, and during that swallow-flight he made himself up in all the learning of the Egyptians. He fails to explain how France can eat her cake and have' it : ? never alludes to the sailiug away of the French navy from Alexandria — the better to support, Admiral Seymour's bombardment perhaps ; forgets that it was England alone that stood by the Khedive, and so preserved all his rights against William -Tell- Garibaldi Arabi who had the sympathies of the French, and dis counted as their first fiddle, with de.Lesseps for chef d' orchcstrc, in the event of Telel Kebir rivalling the lines of Torres Vedias. Tunis, where England Las rights that France cannot gainsay, is not a case in point, for the French cabinet after solemnly assuring...

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OVERLAND FROM BEAGLE BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 November 1882

OVERLAND FROM BEAGLE BAT. We dip the following notes from a ' report on the country around Beagle Bay aud a journey overland to Perth furnish- : ed bv Mosrs. Collins and Forrester to the Adelaide Observer : — Mr. Col- ? Una arrived at Beagle Buy on May j 13, by the Laughing Wave. Stoos | can be easily landed at this port. Tho ' tides raise and fall uearly 20 feet, and the vessels can ruti in until the falling tide leaves them high and dry on tho mudflats, when the stock being lowered over the side can be driven inland at once to a spring iibout a quarter of a mile away. The now celebrated Fitzroy River ia about 100 miles from this poiut. Heavy rain fell soon after they arrived, and flooded tho country for ten miles inland, so that on starting on Juno 2 tho ground for many miles wa3 either swamps or bogs. About ten miles out Buugaduek Springs were passed. Those were splendid springs of fresh water, some of them standing several feet above the surface, surrounded by wattle, gums, and ...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 November 1882

TEMPERANCE HOTEL, ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, PERTH. JOSEPH LOCKYER, PROPRIETOR, RAVING taken over the above Hotel (lately in the occupation of Air. J. C. Foster), which he intends to keep as a Board and Lodging House, as heretofore, hopes to receive a fair stiare of public sup port. Dinner hour, &c, as usnal. Good Stabling. Oct. 2. 1882. ? ?JiN DE US are invited for six thousand JL bushels of Lime, to be delivered at the New Public Offices. A proper measure will be on the ground. The lime must be subject to the approval of tho Superinten dent of Public \VorKs. For particulars, apply to JAMES BRITTAIN, Builder, Beaufort Street. Perth, October 23,1882. ? R O T JB * T A N T ORPHANAGES AND GIRLS' HOME. A BAZAAR will be held in aid of the Protestant Orphanages and Girls' Home, in tho Town Hall, ou WEDNESDAY aud THURSDAY, 13th and 14th December. Doors opeu at 2.30 o'clock. MARY E. MOORE, Hon. Secretary. Perth, November G, 3882. BROUGHT in'uff Mr. \V.~ LTGibbV run, ono bay EHT1UE COLT; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 28 November 1882

^ TERMS FOR ADVERTISING IN *«B DAILY NEWS. , . V;' For advertisements , relating to servants or tradcB.nen, wanted or. wanting; engage ments, and leases to let or for sale, a charge ' ©f two shillings only will be mode for all notices not exjeeJiug 4 lines, and 3d. lor each additional lino for the first insertion j ; . ' one-hali! rato for each subsequent sn- . I ' sertiou. Other advertisements not exceed- I ? ing 3 liDes, 3s. 6d., aud 3d. each additional I line, one-thiri rate only for subsetiuent J i' insertions. Reduced rates, by special ar- de : langemout, for advertisements appearing ? vrs for three niouths and upwards. . . ? ? mi — ? ? ? : ~ : . si ? .?-??? w' PRICE ONE PENNY. ^ ? ..,.-. j: . ? ?? . at WILL bo published in: Perth 'EVERY dr AFTERNOON, and forwarded to subscribers by the earliest convenience. pi Copies may be had from the undermen tioned a-euts :- (MrJpJordl)am. . JTreinantle ??? ^ Mr. 11. Birch. Guildford — Master Sainsbury. ? :|223£ '?... ???MS1^s: Sfim ? Mr/ ...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 November 1882

T H E MAILS. ? Dim at O.P.O., Perth : — From England, Act Dec. 9 ad Dec. 23. From Eastern colonies, De :. 2 and Dec. 14. Despatched f.om O.P.O., Perth: — For Jlngland, &c., I ec. 9 and Dec. , 23. For Hmatecn Colonier, Dec. 1 and Dec. 16.

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FOOD FOR LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 November 1882

FOOD FOR LAMBS. Sib, — It gave me great satisfaction to read a paragraph in this morning's Inquirer to the effect that Mr. G. C. Knight had imported from Victoria some - Irish-class sheep, which he' intends shall- form the nucleus of a stud farm, from which, here after, drafts may be taken for the purpose of renovating the flocks of the colony. Mr. Knight deserves . the thanks of the com munity. Granted that in time to come the farm must prove a very valuable property, it must not be forgotten that there will be a very considerable outlay, with no return whatever, for a long period ; that there will be certain losses, and that risk will ever be present. The greatest concern must always be for the welfare of the lambs, other con ditions, for the i roper feeding and housing of the mothers' beiu^ attended to as a matter of course. Hardy, well-developed ewes*, it is found on stud farms in many of the southern parts of Germany; are capable of rearing easily two lambs a year, the young on...

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MAILS CLOSING TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 November 1882

MAILS CLOSING TO-MORROW. Mails for the Eat tern Colonies, etc., for conveyance to Albai y overland, and thence per R.M.S. Assam, vill be closed — At the General Tost Office, at 11 a.m. A't Fremanf- e, at 9*30 a.m: At 'iv-!-1. ord, at 8-30 a.m. On I RID AY, December 1.

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THE PLANET MARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 November 1882

THE PLANET MARS. Sib, — I read with much interest a para graph which appeared in your columns having reference to recent discoveries of new nTipnoniPTih. in t}if» nlnnfif. Mars bv Sirrnor Scbiaparelli. I find that some ideas about the inhabitants of Mars have been thrown out by another astronomer of eminence, M. Flamtnanon. He and Signor Suhiaparelli account for the striking variability of the geographical configuration of the planet by supposed inundations and desiccations due to water transformations much more im portant than those on our globe. The physico-astronomers have lately been tak ing great liberties with Mars. It is not long since the announcement was made of the discovery of something like great canal enginee ing works — to which you have made ref e. euce — aud there may be some connection between them and the inunda tions. The relations between these and the habitableness of the planet is of course a matter for conjecture. As inundations that can be seen at so great a ...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Daily News. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 30 November 1882

'^THURSDAYi'NOVEaiBER' 30, 1882. ' Volunteering lias died out in the Australian Colonies. Payment at least for daylight drills must now take olace. and urecede ouly by a few years at most the enrolment of militia or regular ' troops.' So have said the military advisers of all the colonies of the Australian group with the solitary exception of our o.vn Inspecting Field Officer, who has, it seems, always held to the 'theory that ' a liberally sup ported volunteer movement is the truest economy.' However matters i may go in the long run there is in the | present aspect of colonial military ir'atters much reason to consider that O ifiion. ' N'ot one of the colonial {j'overn merits has yet practically tested that course of action ; on the contrary, notwithstanding the reoog nised fact that in whatever British colony volunteering has been started tb.3 '.-all 'upon the self-sacrifice and patriotism of the colonists themselves hai been readily and generously responded to, the benefits arisi...

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