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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 December 1882

SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. [By Electric Telegraph.] PORT IR WIN.— Arrived: Nov. 30, ?Slinnie, soh., from Geraldtou. ISRAELITE BAT.— Arrived : Dec. 1, Lillv Hawkins, k.. from Eyre. FREMANl'LE. — Arrived: Dae. 1, Will Wafcsh, cutter, from Denison. BWJ BURY.— Arrived: Dec. 1, Armis tie, 1?£, from Port Adelaide. Sailed : Dec. L, Ivy and Thersa, sjhrs., for Vasse; Meda, for sea. ALBANY.— Sailed : Nov. 30, 12-30 p.m., Otway, s., for Vasse. EYRE.— Sailed : Nov. 30, Lilly Haw kins, k., for Israelite Bay. VASSE.— Arrived : Dec. 1, Ivy and Thersa, sclirs., from Bunbnry.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 December 1882

NOTICE. npHE undersigned, in thanking his I friends and customers for the liberal support extended to him while conducting the butchering business, requests that all outatandiug accounts may be paid to him on or before the 1st day of January next, after which date they w'll be pla--ed iu the hands of a collector, if unpaid. A. \V. ARMSTRONG. Perth, November 29, 1882. RENT FREE. WANTED, a steady man to take care of the property known as the Alta Gar dens. For particulars, apply at this office.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
REMOVAL OF SAND BARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 1 December 1882

REMOVAL OF SAND BARS. Sir, — Plans have of late been suggested for the removal of sand bars and other similar obstructions to navigation, one of the most recent proposals being the use of dynamite. Another and simpler plan is thus described in tho Portland Oregonian, which, if found to be practicable, may play an important part in the future history of the improve ment of the navigation of many of the rivers in Australia — the Murray and the Swan in particular. The plan consists in stirring the deposit with a steamship's propeller, and allowing the current to carry it away while it is floating. The bar (St. Helen's Bar, Columbia River) is formed of compact, clean sand. A trial there is about to be effected, proceeding in this manner : It is proposed to anchor a steamer bow up stream, the stern at the lower edge of the bar and load ed, so that her keel will be on the bottom. Then the process of stirring the sand with the propeller will begin. So soon as 100 feet in width is obtained ...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 December 1882

CITY COUNCIL. The first monthly meeting of the new City Council was held last evening, in the Coun cil Chamber, Presenb— The Mayor (Mr. G. Shentbn) , and Crs. Sholl, Shaw, Osborne, M. Srnibji, B. Smith, Christie, Harwood, Scotb, and Burb. Absent — Crs. Jewell, Summers, and Hardey. ' ? ' The proceedings commenced by the Mayor administering the usual oaths to Cr. Sholl, previously to taking his seat. Cr. Sholl said ho had nob had an oppor tunity of returning bhanks to bhe ratepayers for re-electing him, inasmuch as ciruu in- stances over which he had no control had prevented his attendance at the swearing in of the councillors at noon thab day j but he would do so now and continue to further the interests of the Ward to which he had been elected, and the city in general; he would also adopt tho same straightforward course ho had aimed to follow ever since he had been a member of thab Council. Th» minutes of tho previous meetings were then read and confirmed. THE TREASURER. The Mayor a...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 December 1882

UETTERS TO THE EDITOR. NOTICES TO COERESPONDENTS. Thomas Hope, Guildford Eoad. — Clubs, are not, in this colony, required to obtain a 'license to Bell wine or beer on their premi ses.' We are not prepared to answer your other question. Ask the Magistrate. We may say that the ' removal ' appears to bo a great abuse of the privilege, and should not be allowed, even if ' no law exists for its prevention.' - Ignoramus. — All correspondence connect ed with the Public Service should be ad dressed to the Head of the Department to which it has reference. Letters concerning the Post OHice. should be addressed to the | Postmaster-General. It is quite irregular to leave verbal messages, such as, for in stance, an alteration in your address, at the i?ost Office. . You' should/make your re quest in writing, and, we should suppose, your communication will be acknowledged in a similar manner, as it would bo - else where.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE PERTH GAS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 December 1882

the Perth gas company. A meeting of shareholders in the above Company was held at the United . Service Hotel last night, where a large number of persons interested in the Company's affairs assembled to hear the Directors report as to what has been done since operations first commenced. The report of the Directors explained that Dr. Silvester's gas had been tested and found to be altogether too ex pensive for adoption on a scale sufficient for the requirements of the city. It was conse quently decided by the shareholders to wind up the present Company, and afterwards to consider the desirability of forthwith utiliz ing the mains, &c, in the manufacture of gas from coal, and forming a fresh company. The Chairman (Mr. F. Crowder) pointed out that an offer had been made to the Directors by Messrs. McLean Bros., Rigg & Co., of Melbourne, through their represen tative, Mr. A . G. Rosser, to erect complete coal-gas works in Perth, and to accept* part payment in shares. This...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 December 1882

3TBRMS FOE, ADVERTISING IN THE : DAILY NEWS. For advertisements relating to servant* dr tradesmen wanted or -wanting engage aaenta, and leases to let or for Bale, a charge «£ two shillings only will be made for all notices not exceeding 4 lines, and 3d. for oach additional line for the first inpertion ; one-half rate for each subsequent in section. Other advertisements not exceed jag 8 lines, 3s. 6d., and 3d. each additiona line, one-thiri rate only for subsequeni insertions. Reduced rates, by special ar xungement, for advertisements appearing for three months and upwards. €f)C Bailp $.eto& PRICE ONE PENNY. WILL be published in Perth EVER! AFTERNOON, and forwarded t ?dbseribers by the earliest convenience. CopioB may be had from the undermen *ondd agents :- ^ ^ p ^^ Premantle ... ^ Mr. R. Birch Guildford ? MtiSrer|aiw^ Newcastle ? ^U%\-. ^^fi Worthum ? $V'?-T^£t* -v-nrk . ... Mr. Joseph Pyke ?VaBSP ' ' .» Mr. A. Rosseloty Bunburv '* ? Mr. R. Forrest aSSSSF ... Mr- J- M- Palm...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GOVERNOR'S SUCCESSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 December 1882

THE GOVERNOR'S SUCCESSOR. Sib, — It is very amusing to notice in cer tain of the newspapers of this colony the very absurd notions held by those who ought to know better as to the circumstan ces which control the appointment of colon ial Governors. The Home authorities, it happens, a^t as they think proper in these little matters, and any attempted rejection of an appointment; — as in the case of Mr. Sendall at Natal — is not only childish but positively disloyal. The acquiescence of Lord Kiinberley in the request, of the Nata lians to withdraw Mr. Send all's commission, proceeded, nob from the disco very subse quently made of his unpopularity there, and that. the British Government would encoun ter any difficulty in having their own way, but from reasons of a'purely political na ture, suggested by the then disburbed state of affairs iu Sjuth Africa. Every specula tion as to who the successor of Sir William xtobinson may be is as wide of the mark a'l it is possible for anything in t...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
OUTRAGE BY MISSIONARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 December 1882

OUTMAGE BY MISSIONARIES.. A cablegram was piiblished in our columns a short time back announcing that two African missionaries and thoir wives had been punished for cruel iv towards two na tive gii-lj?. The St. James's Budget of Sep tember ,\- says: — 'Newspapers published on the West Coast of Africa conl ain reports of the hearing of a charge against William.' F. Johu, Phcabe John, ,lohu Williams, and Kezie Williams, of having flogged a girl so cruelly as to cause her death. John and Williams were described as agents and schoolmasters of the Church Missionary So ciety ab Onitsha, on the Nicer. Tim female prisoners were their -wives, and the girls whose ill-treatment led to the accusation were persons whom the -prisoners had ran somed. The oil'iuiuo alleged was committed in 1877, when both girhs ran away- from, their employers, bub wero brought back. Asa punishment they were taken to the prisoner Williams's house, when they were stripped and tied bark to back. Tho a'laga- bions are ...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SUNDAY DELIVERIES AT THE GENERAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 December 1882

SUNDAY DELIVERIES AT TBE GENERAL POST OFFICE. Sie, — I notieo that there is a recurrence of tho coutrover&y concerning the necessity, the justice, the advisablonoss, or whatever else people like to call it, and the contrary, of making deliveries aO the General lJosb Office when the English and intercolonial mails arrive on Sunday. I believe thab a very large majority of those most concerned care not a snap of the linger whether the mails are delivered or not, and that a very large proportion of that majority would, if asked, pronounce most strongly agaiuot the practice — which is decidedly .wrong- in prin ciple, -and, I maintain, absolutely unneces sary. On the average we now receive mails from England every fourteen days, and from the Eastern colonies every ten days. If there should be anyone amongst ..us so impatient that he. cannot wait for his cor respondence and his newspapers tfll sevett o'clock on Monday morning, when the mail happens to reach Perth on Sunday, let him...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 December 1882

AUCTIONS. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. /^tOURTHOPE -fe CO. hare been favored V with instructions from Mias Barlee (jrho is leaving the colony) to sell by public auction, at her residenoe in Murray Street on WEDNESDAY, December 6, pros. — -THE whole of her HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, comprising— Cheffionier, with' mirror doors and back ; What-nots, Dining and Occasional Tables, Work Table, Sofa, Bedstead, Walnut, Loo, aud Card Tables, Rosewood Book Shelves, Arm and Frame Chairs, Chimney Orua inenta, Fender and Fire Irons, Brussels and Turkey Carpets, Curtains and Blinds, Vases, Brackets, Stationery Cabinet, Oak. Chest, Library Knee Table ;' also Table Glass, China, Tea Service, Kitchen Furniture aud . Utensilsj Tea Uru ; filso Bod-room Furuituro, Bedsteads, Bedding, Chests of Drawers. OKI-fashioned Bureau, with Plate Glass doors ; Wushstiinds, Commode, &c., &c. Catalogues will be issued. Goods on view day previous to, aud morning of sale. Refreshments provided. SALE AT NOON....

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 December 1882

\j€JblJlLlX} U JYJLC&lLt?! ib; £1 dills JLL JTUlldllGl o, diilUL U JIlllJIS ufsJl 61 S. Three-room Cottage Furnished Eor £19, or For £33, or . For £50. »*- Sfend for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which, will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished For £46, or For £63, or Eor £84. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished For £95, or For £152, ox For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. ? 6 0 i fi a ^ ill u« OB SMITH ^ Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes? Mantelpieces, Mouldings, Skirtings^ Architraves, SIiop Counters, and Shop Fittings. vJxjl. JLt _L Hi A.KJ X jLJX_L1-1 li -LJJL/^ J_JjlA- J_ jlJ %jL JjJ_ jLjLi/JJii FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN ? « ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, SPRING BEDS, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ? ? ? ? ♦ CiLR,VJSKSi» Til R EH F D Q unn endj PICTURE FRAMERS. ?8 ^ 1 W pa a . o ' PICTURES Mounted, STRETCHED, A.N...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 December 1882

T H E MAILS. Due at G.P.O., Perth :— From England, to. 5 Dec.- ,9 and Dec 23. From Eastern, ?©loniesV Dec. 2 and Dec. 16. Detpatchcd from Q.P.O., Perth j— JFor England, &c, Deo. 9 .and Dec. 23. For Hastorn Colonies, Doc. 15 and 29.

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED—DECEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 December 1882

SHIPPING. POET (XF FREMANTLB.il ARRIVED — December 1. OlfALGROVE, bq., Bolt, from Geraldton. ?'? ?-'-'. ? December 2. OTWAY, steamer, Moon, from Albany 30th ult., via Vasse and Bunbuiy. ' ('By Electric Telegraph.] TmSSTr. r.TON. — Arrived: Dec. 1, 55 p.m.,'; Otway, b., from Albany. Sailed : Deo. i, 615 p.m., Otway s., for Bunbury. ? BTTNBtTKY.— Arrived : Deo. 1, 9'10 p.m., Otway, s., from Vasse. Sailed : Dec. 1, 11 Pv.,m., Otway, ,s., for Fremantle. '. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. . iMeaars.'. ' James Lilly & Co. notify that the 'sailing of the s.s. Hob Roy, -for Port Walcott, etc., has been extended to nine o'clock to-morrow (Sunday) morning. The steamship Otway, with mails from the Eastern colonies per R.M.S. Peshawur, did' not reach Fremantle till ten minutes pasb nine this morning. Her present run from the Sound is probably tho longest she hagever'tnada — 44- hours — and this notwith standing very favourable weather and no extraordinary delays ,at intermediate ports. The wors...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Daily News. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 December 1882

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1882. A.CORRESPONDENT draws attention to our issue, of yesterday to the fact that twenty years ago the income derived   from the general revenue of the city amounted to no less a sum than £1,607, but that the estimated in come for next, year is only £2,020. It is very evident, therefore, that there is an immediate necessity for a valuation of city property, and that   the sooner the Council set about this very necessary work the better. Pro- perty has increased much in value, the. number of houses having nearly doubled itself in a few years ; yet the estimated revenue is exceedingly small in proportion to the rapid pro- gress the city has made. W'e think that year by year the City Surveyor should furnish the Couucil with an epitome of the growth, of the city, not merely in the expansion, but of every fresh achievement in improved archi- tecture, by the architect and builder.   Of late years we have had several important al...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
EXTRAVAGANCE, OR ECONOMY? [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 December 1882

EXTRAVAGANCE, OR ECONOMY? Sir, — I notice a paragraph in this day's issue of the West Australian in which it   authoritatively states that the man John Col- lins, who has just been committed to take his trial for the alleged murder of John King, will be tried, not at Albany, but at Perth. Now, there are no less than twenty seven witnesses whom the Crown will have to subpoena, each of whose expenses will amount to £25 at least. This alone will run up to £675, and the other necessary incidental expenses will bring the amount ap to very nearly £1,000. Why, I ask, should the colony be put to such an enor- mous expense, when it could be easily avoid- ed by the Chief Justice proceeding to Al- bany and trying the prisoner there ? As to the nonsense which has been pub- lished about the man not being able to have a. fair trial at Albany — that is all rubbish. Pretty full reports of the evidence adduced against Collins have already appeared in the public Press, so that people her...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 December 1882

A U C T 1 ON S . SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. /'COURTHOPE -fc CO. hare been favored \J with instructions from Misa Barloe (-rho ia leaviug the colony) to Bell by public auction, at her residence in Murray Street on WEDNESDAY, December 6, prox. — THE whole of hor HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, comprising— Cheffionier, with mirror doors and bank ; What-nots, Dining and Occasional Tables, Work Table, Sofa, Bedstead, Walnut, Loo, and Card Tables, Rosewood Book Shelves, Arm and Frame Chairs, Chimney Orna . iiients, Fonder and Fire Irons, Brussels and Turkey Carpets, Curtains and Blinds, Vases, Brackets, Stationery Cabinet, Oak Chest, Library Knee Table ; also Table Glass, China, Tea Service, Kitchen Furniture aud Utensils, Tea Uru ; also Bed-room Furniture, Bedsteads, ' Bedding, Chests of Drawers. Old-fashioned Bureau, with Plate Glas3 doors ; Washstands, Commode, &c, &c. Catalogues will be issued. Goods on view day previous to and morning of sale. Refreshments provided. SALE AT NO...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 December 1882

3? Three-room Cottage Furnished Por £19, or For £33, or For .£50. -^Gfend for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which, will, be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished For £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, oi For £202. Send- for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. d: 0 I Q 3 -j ? * L_l * W \ L-J M l1 n H -j SMITH & Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, Monldiitgs, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Coiiiitci'S, and SIiop 9'ittings. FURNlTUREWAREHOUSEMEN ? « ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] :RENCH POLISHERS. ? » i PICTURE FRAMERS. (!) i h ??.l'; W I ^ o 0 PICTUEES Mounted, STEETCHED, AND Beamed. CARPETS MADE. w DOORS, SASHES, SHOP FITTINGS, AND MANTELPIECES, CARPETS IVBADE 1 | P^« imm r--Z3 ri isj ^ [?] SMITH & CO., Household Furniture, Bedding, Picture Frames, Pictu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 December 1882

T H E- IVTA I L S . ? Due at G.P.O^ Perth : — Prom , England, &e. : Dec. 9 and .Dec. 23. Prom Eastern oolonies, Dec. 2 and Dec. 1G. . ?? -., I . « ; ' Desjpdtclied from G.P.O., Perth : — For England, &c, Dec. 9, and Dec. , ,23. K For Maatem' Colonies, Dec. 15 and 29.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED—DECEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 December 1882

SHIPRING. ? A ' i ? i ,x\ POET OP FBEMANTLH. : ?'*? ARRIVED — Decembers. OTWAY, steamer, H. Moon, from Al bany, via V&sse and Bunbur'. Passengers — ^From Albany : Mr. and Mrs. T. Mason, Rev. P. Chmelick. Mrs. Johnston and child, Mrs. Butcber, Miss Gresham, Mr. Robinson. From Vasse : Mr. A. Cum ming. \ Prom Bunbury : Mrs. Millsome, Mr. B. Newman ; and one steerage. December 3. BELLE OP BUNBURY, sch., from Bunr bury. ,?..-? -* ORANGE GROVE, barque, 884 tons, Trevett, f rom Adelaide. . ??? -????'. SAILEDe—Decbmber?.' f BOB ROY, steamy England, for Port Walcott, via Geraldton and Sharks Bay.. Passengers — His Excellency Governor Bar lee, Mr, Keam, Miss Hay ward, Messrs. G. Woodley, Sparrell, Stewart; H. 'WV Parker, Blondin, Denny, W. Samson, P. Gale, Thonias, Cuthbert, Hackett, Woolhouse, J. Pinnerty, P. C. Broadhurst, D. Stewart, P.- Craig, Hi Smith, and T. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. P. McRae and child, Mr. R. P. Sholl.-'Mrsl Stock, 'Mrs. . Scott, Kev. E. P. , Parker; and seven steera...

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