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THREE BURGLAR STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

THREE BURGLAR STORIES. Tbe following narrative, for whic names and dates could be given, : strictly true, and weli deserves to I published. It will somewhat lighte a dark subject. The scene is a distal part of the country, mauy years ag< when a new railway line was bein kid down. The " navigators" em ployed were athletic, hardy men, i whom Mr. Ruskiu says that they ca eat haif a dozen times more than nu other class. Among them there wet several men of rough and even < criminal character. Some seriou robberies was heard of in the neigt l>ourhood of these " navvies." Ther was a lonely farm-house on th country-side, with no other protectio than the stalwart arms of the furmc who inhabited it with his invali daughter. One night, balf-a-doze navvies turned housebreakers, an committed a burglary on this forlor homestead. The farmer was forced t admit to himself that he had no mean of defence agaiust such a gang. " M friends," he said quietly to then there's not ve...

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Sporting. SPORTING GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

SPORTING GOSSIP. (BY VINDEX.) Several of the horse* that will com- pete for the various prizeR on the pro- gramme for the Perin meeting have be- gun their preliminary work. War Cry is being given easy work by Messrs. Ogborne & McArdle. He is at present in big condition and it will require very great care to bring him down to racing trim. He trill have first of all to be brought ÍDTO working order, and then to have the muscle put upon him where he will most want it. This remark will, of courre, apply to any horse in training, but it has greater force, I fancy, when it bears upon a horse taken from stud duties and put into training for racing. Tremando has this week gone into work, and I suppose the same plan will be pur- sued now as was followed iu his prepara- tion for the Queen's Plate. He is a horse that can scarcely be given too much work in order tc get him fit. About Barley Bree there seems still to be *ome uncertainty. It wa» the intention of his owner to send him to t...

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THE AUSTRALASIAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. MR. ERNEST FAVENC ON EXPLORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

THE AUSTRALASIAN GEOGRA- PHICAL SOCIETY. MR. ERNEST FAVENC ON EX- PLORATION. THE Australasian of the 30th alto, says:   —" The last has not been heard of Aus- tralian exploration. Mr. Ernest Favenc, addressing the Australasian Geographic- al Society at Sydney last week, pointed out that west of the overland telegraph track there remains about 750,000 square miles still unexplored. This area is equal to a fourth of our whole island continent. True, Forrest, Giles, and Warburton have dashed across the dis- trict at successive times, and have told a dismal tale of waste and barrenness, but Mr. Favenc remarks that the first im- pressions of explorers often are unfav- ourable. They are in hot haste. They have to dash on. They may be perish- ing of thirst and all may seem dismal to them when they are near to permanent water, which in due course will become a nucleus for settlement. Sturt's experi- ences are to the point. His sufferings in the great central district were inten...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

JOHN M'OLEEM, HAS ON SALE ALE AND STOUT Messrs. William Younger & Co.'s Hhds. and Kilderkins. BRANDY All favourite brands, Dark and Pale, qr. casks and cases. BITTERS Angostura, Hop, Orange. LARET Case, quarts, and pints-yery superior , CHAMPAGNES Case, quarts, and pints, favourite brands ; Champagne Cider. CORDIALS Peppermint, Lemon, Syrup, Cloves Raspberry Vinegar, Lime Juice Cordial, Lime Juice. GENEVA J D K Z 4 gallon eases. GIN-OLD TOM Burnett's, BootL's, and Gordon's, in case. : Gordon's, octaves and quarter casks. RUM Lemon Hart, and Lamb's Imperia octaves and quarter casks. Lamb's Imperial-very superior quart- er casks. Rojal Blend, Lamb's Imperial, and Navy and Liqueur, case. WINES Ginger Wine, case. Port, quarter casks-very superior. Pert, case-Hunt's and various brands. Sherry, quarter casks-Pale Dry. Sherry, case. White Seal, Pale Dry,&e. Claret, Moselle,'Hocks, Sauternes, and Burgundy. WHISKY Dunville's, Crawford's, Glenlusa. Cambus, Ross, &c., o...

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A SPANISH BULL FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

A SPANISH BULL FIGHT. BT ONE WHO WASN'T THERE. A stirring thing is a Spanish onion, a still more stirring thing is a Spanish liquorice ; etiok ; but of all things in connection with this favoured land of the sunny South, commend me to the excitement of the Spanish bull- fight. Let me describe the scene, as I, in company with a swarthy (don't know what this meanB, but it's the correct thing to say) | Spanish friend entered the arena, or some j other placo after wiping our feet on the. mat-at-door. Los Chuckeroutos, stationed at the entrance, viewed us with dark scowls, as is their wont, and the Bobbyros (native policemen) smiled at usas though in recog- nition. Evading them, we seated ourselves ou a Banderillo. The performance,began. With a mighty rush, as of a coalscuttle hurled down stairs, a bull tears into the arena. He is immediately confronted by a Toothpicador (N.B. I may have got these names a little wrong, but I don't speak Spanish), who stands calmly waving the last copy of...

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GREAT FIRE AT GERALDTON. [From the Victorian Express.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

GRéAT FIRE AT GERALDTON. -» . . pFrom the Victorian Express."] Once again aaa tbe dread element done direful work in Geraldton. From a feeling of hopeful anticipation, the outcome of Mr. Price-Williams' visit, and the encouraging things he said to us, the town and district have been cast into gloom and sadness by a fire which considerably exceeded in magni- tude the two previous conflagrations in Ge- raldton, devastating as they were. The fire originated in the thoroughfare Isodine; to Messrs. Shenton & Co.'s hay yard at about a quarter-past twelve p.m. on Saturday last. It is supposed to have been caused by a man lighting his pipe whilst passisg through the yard, contrary to the printed rules every- where posted up. The shed being full of hay, chaff, and lumber, assisted by a light easterly wind, the flames swept along with great rapidity, the consequence being that in a few i minutes the yard was one blazing expanse, the flames rising high in the air and threat- ening ever...

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"What will he do with it?" [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

«What Trill he do with it !» The Grand Old Man bas got his Min- istry-what will he do with it P More es- pecially what will he do with it as regards any attempt at a settlement of the Irish question in its latest form-a question that at the present moment overshadows all other political topics. Having re- gained the supreme power over the des- tinies of the Empire, will bo stall hazards proceed to compromise and put in peril the unity of that Empire by giving to the Irish separatists an independent Irish Parliament P But recently in Mid Lothian, he was avowing hts unalter- able fidelity to Imperial unity. He even pleaded for support on the ground of his superiority in this respect to his oppon- ents, urging with all rhetorical emphasis that a weak Liberal parly meant a possi- ble combination between LOED SALÍS BUEY and MB. PARNELL, the establish- ment of Home Hule, and thc jeopardy of the Empire. To avert this danger the Liberals in Parliament must be strong and they must be united....

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The Escaped Prisoners. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

The Escaped Prisoners. On Sunday morning. Mr. William I Belcher, who was awaiting trial as a " gentle burglar," broke out of the Perth gaol by scaling the prison wall. On Monday evening another William-sur natned Thompson,-escapod from a prison party in Fremantle. Thompson, be it remarked, was nuder a life sentence for criminally assaulting a woman at Nor- tham. There are many who do not regard the escapade with feelings free from anxiety, and the second escapee, Thomp- son, being a notoriously desperate char- acter, they have perhaps some grounds for trouble of mind. Whether it was wise to allow him to labour in a prison party beyond the walls of the gaol is open to question, although it is possible that the man's behaviour in prison may have induced the authorities to relax a little of the strict guard kept over bad characters. It is to be hoped that a pro- per enquiry will be made to see who, if any is to blame in the matter. -But it is surprising that escapes are not more freque...

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JOINT STOCK COMPANIES. FROM THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

JOINT STOCK COMPANIES. ' ¡FBOM THE WÜßT ATTSTBAXIAN. THOSE who daily watch the advertising ^columns of the Press must be aware *of the appearance of ajiew object of .attraction for the investing public of Western Australia. Within the past . few months almost an inundation of Joint stock companies has set in. We have had companies for soap and .candle making, for finance accomoda- tion, for confectionery boiling, for implement factories, for working news- papers, for fire insurance, and many -others, and all profess that they have met with unbounded encouragement. Whether the earliest and most san- guine expectations of their promoters . -have been realised or not, it is certain .that all, so far, have met with support, ttj^nd some have been altogether success j&ei ^-Their career has proved beyond .a doubt that there is a considerable surplus of money amongst us ready -for investment, and that want of sup- port for any legitimate and reasonable scheme requiring a moderate su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

">.??:>?;. .-. . , " THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. y ASSETS . ¿812,117,000 L- ANNUAL REVENUE ¿83,132,000 ; SURPLUS OVER ... ¿23,000,000 LOCAL BOABD OF DiBECTOBS : V MAITLAND BROWN, Esq., M.L.C., Chair mau. \ ¿ . V ALEX. FORREST, Esq., F.RG.S. :f A. H. B. CAMPBELL, Esq., 4-:_/?''? (¿F. H. Monger). ; . ' CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICES : I JBDWARD SCOTT, Esq., M.K.C.S.E. ' "1 MANAGER: FRED BENNION. [HE fact that the EQUIT- ABLE for the last 21 years has done a larger new I husiness than any other com- pany IN THE WORLD is proof ] of the advantages offered by the Society, and the public BEFORE ASSURING ELSEWHERE WoUld do well to peruse the papers of the Society. I The fact cannot be contro ; verted that the EQUITABLE ".>. lias in its possession and is lay I ;^ lng Up each year, A LARGER '( , SURPLUS than any other com 1^ pàny IN TH*, WORLP, and p therefore can offer policy hold« V eis Greater Security than any ^ other office. ¿v. ? ?Ci f?" '. ? h The EQUITABLE does not |^ take a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

ÍN MEMOBIAM CAEDS, beautifully gol «p at the " Wast AtTBrBAMAw " 8*a*Ä nrriHa WOBKS. WILLIAMS RACES. THE ANNUAL RACES under the PUB pices of the Williame Race Club will be held at the WILLIAMS on WEDNESDAY, the SEVENTEENTH MARCH, 1886. All Races to be run under the W. A Turf Club Rules. For particulars as to events &c. apply to the Hon. Secretary. J. E. COWCHER, Hon. Secretary, Williams Race Club. WELLINGTON HANDICAP-3 MILES. NOMINATION, TEN SHILLINGS, to be sent to the Secretary not later than the 3rd FEBRUARY, with fall particulars of age, pedigree, height, and performances. GEORGE FORREST, HON. SEC. WELLINGTON HANDICAP HURDLE RACE-li MILES-(HEATS.) "VTOMINATION, TEN SHILLINGS, to JL3I be sent tc the Secretary not later than the 3rd FEBRUARY. Acceptance TEN SHILLINGS on night of general entry. GEORGE FORREST, HON. SEC. 8th January, 1886._ BRIDGETOWN RACES. THE BRIDGETOWN RACES will take place on the last THURSDAx in FEBRUARY. All entries to be made to the Secretary nt writ...

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Shipping. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

ARRIVALS. Feb. 5.-Erro» CLYDE, barque, 741 tone, E. McMillan, master from London 90 days out. Saloon passengers :-Messrs. Fred. D. North, and Fred. Bichmond. Steerage ; Mr. Thos. W. Palmer. Emigrants :-John Kennedy, J. Glover, Henry, Elizabeth, John, Michael, Anne and Mary Burrows, Eliza, Mary, Edward and Hurt Hackett, Joseph Geoghegan, and Edward Smith, Fanny and Frances Smith, Eli and Ada Smith, James, Elizabeth, and Frederick Burne, Elizabeth Skinner. February 6. ALUA, schooner, Bodrick master, from Champion Bay. Feb. 6.-OTWAY, s.s., J. Pincombe, from Port Adelaide. Passengers:-Mr. C. E. Dcely. Mrs. J. Pincombe, Miss Pincombe, Mrs. T. J. Shipley, Mrs. S. B. Shanks, Messrs. F. Hammond, M. Conlan, P. Buchanan, McLean, E. K. Wade, Edward McLean, M. Ties, Johnston, James Norbaing, Nelson, G. Grant, Hufi'a, Stewart, A. E. Watts and B. Hicks. February 6th-FRANKLIN, s.s.. 700 tons, Thomas Creer, from Melbourne, Port and Ade- laide, via Albany, Vasse, and Bunbury. Sa- loon passengers - F...

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FOR EUROPE, INDIA, CHINA, &c. PER ROB ROY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

FOB EUROPE, INDIA. CHINA, tc. I PEU HOB EUT. I íV-rtu, JSMiirüay, üeuruary is, » pm; reren, Saturday, Februury 27, 8 p ul Fremantle. Saturday, February 33,9 p m ¡ Fremantle, Saturday, February 27, 9 p m Guildford, Saturday, February 13, !pn, Guildford, Saturday, February 27, 2 »m York; Saturday, February 13,0-30 a m ; ïorfc, Saturday, February 57,6-30 a m Nortbam.Friday, February 12, : 8pm; Northam, Friday, February 26,8 p in New* castle, Friday, February 12, 8 p in ; Newcastle, Friday, February 26, 8 p in Cminiiig-, Friday, February 12,1 p ui ; Ca'miug, Friday,Febtunry 2ti, 1 p in Pinjarra, Friduy.Februavy 12,6 a in ; Pinjarra, Friday, February 26, C a in Bunbury, Saturday, February 13, 16 p m : Bunbury, tiaturdiij', February 27, 10 p la Vague, Saturday, February lit, 10 yin ; Vosee, Saturday, February 27, lu pin Victoria PluiiiB, Tuesday ,Februury9, 1 p ui ; Victoria Plains, Tneeduy, February 23,1 p m Gingin, Weduesdny, February 10,6 a ni ; Gingin,WedDesduy,F«bruur>- 21, 6 a rn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN EXHIBITION. His Excellency the Governor has kindly consented to open the Exhibition in the Town Hall on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, -AT POUR P.M. f |"MOKETS of Admission to tte OFBNINO JL CEREMONY 2S. each, to be obtained at Sands & MeDougall's, or at the door. HOURS OF ADMISSION : OPENING DAT .". 4 to 6 p.m. " EVENING . 7 to 10 p.m. SOBSEQU KNT DAYS ... ... 2 to 5 p.m. . 7 to JO p m ADMISSION hs., CHILDREN 6d. Australian Exhibition, PER I Hy 1886* PATRON : His EXCEMENCT Sra F. N. BBOOME, K.O.M.G. COMMITTEE OF GUARANTORS : CHAIRMAN : W. TRATLEN, ESQ. TBEASUßEE : C. H. EASON, ESQ. MB S H PAEXER, M.t.O. Ma. M. BBOWX, ÏÏ.L.C. " G. RANDELL, II.L.C. " 6. LEAKE »* E. KEANE " J. KEANE «. B. F. SBQLI. " J. GEA VE «. F. BIED « w. SAHDOVEB *' G. THEOSSELL " E. E. WILKIKSON C. H. KABOB " A. M. WEBSTEE J. S. CHRISTIE " £. K.COUETHOPB H. G. MENKENS " W. LAWEEKCE, JE " F. C. MOKGEE «' F. Ii. VON E. G. LACET « W. SIMPSON Mr. JAME« ÏEAESE. AT a meeting held in the Town Hall on...

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RENOVATING OLD FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

RENOVATING OLD FRUIT TREES. -*-- ? That old trees ia a barren, unhealthy con» - dition may be greatly rejuvenated in appear ance and made fruitful again I have bad repeated proofs, and as it takes a long time to get young ones to a size and strength sufficient to bear a crop.it is often worth while to take in hand the old ones and work at them in order to bring about their renovat- ing. This may be done in a variety of Ways, among which one of the best is to thin out and severely cut back the branches, so as to induce the formation Of young wood, as on this the blossom buds foran * I remember « case of espalier apples that wera so crowded with spurs as to look like a hedgo ; and, as they had not borne for years, the owner was about having them destroyed, I recom- mended him to convert them into standards, which was done by cutting off all the branches but the two upper ones, and these were shortened .back aud left to forte, as it were, the {rame of the tree. The spurs were: then thi...

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ETICUP NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

El'ICUP NOTES. ÜO"E Efcicup correspondent, ander date February 2nd, writes:-"I regret haring to record the death of two very old set» tiers of this neighbourhood, whew they were well respected by all who knew them. One is Mr. Edward Treasure, landlord of the " Semblance of Old Eng« and Hotel," Kojonup, who died at his residence on Wednesday, the 7th of January, at a good old age. He leaves a large family and circle of friends to mourn his los«. The other is Mr. Rich- ard Norrish, who died at his brother's residence, Albany, yesterday morning, from the effects of a chill he caught at a bush fire. He, also, leaves « wife and a - large family to mourn his loss. He was ... brother in law to the late Mr. Ed.word ; Treasure.-A. mau named Butcher was .1 lately loBt ia the bush fer four days with- out a»y food. It appears he had been driukiog rather freely for some time past at Gillam's " Round Swamp Hotel," and about a fortnight ago he went home to his hut at Footanup. On Monday night week...

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DIVORCE DAY IN AN AMERICAN COURT. "ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE," [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

DIVORCE DA Y IN AN AMERICAN COURT. ?»> " BT. JAMES'S GAZETTE," " We have done quite a land-office trade in divorce cases to-day," said a judge of the Circuit Court of St. Louis, Misssouri, a short time ago, as he left the bench after disposing of 15 or 20 divorce suits which stood on his " default docket " at tho opening of the court that morning. Nor was the judge's " default docket," an unusually heavy one. It fre- quently happens that as many as 100 or 200 divorce Bults are entered during a single term of the St. Louis Circuit Court. Some- times the number is even greater than that. A few of the suits are withdrawn before the day fixed for hearing, and nearly nine-tenths of the total number of suits entered are not answered by the defendants. As a rule, it is only when there is a petition for alimony or a claim on the part of the wife for dower rights thats defence is made to a divot ce petition. The suits are " docketed " with ordinary civil actions, and are called in their t...

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CONTENTS. No. 9, Vol. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

I, .; CONTESTS. y No. 9, Yoi. 1. j r THE NOVELIST . ; ? A Stem Cbase, Part I, ChapB. XI. XII. S ' ^THE LADIEB COLUMN (By "House- wife") ' Kitchen - Receipts - Fashions I Caps-Fashions at Lady Car rington's Reception-Work Table -Decorations for tho Dinner ' Table-Questions-answers ... . GENERAL NEWS Tho Australasian Geographical Society - W. A. Exhibition ; Settlement of the Railway Dis- pute-Rev, C. Strong's Church... Coburg Tragedy - A Boat Off Tristan d' Acunha . . Our Carnarvon Letter-Geraldton as the Brindisi of WeBtern Aus- tralia-The Passage of the River Clyde - Fremantle Yacht Club ' Shark's Bay Notes-Eticup Notes -The Corruption of American Politicians-Ships for the Colony 1 Infected .Sheep . 1 Farewell to Colonel Angelo-The Cambridge Gulf Gold Fields Lieutenant Greely - Colonial ' Training Colleges-The Imperial Mail«-New Steam Bicycle ... 1 Mrs. Barne's Concert-C. E. Y. M. Society-The Perth Presbyterian Church-The Now Ocean Mail . Service - Western Australian Chamber of Com...

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ENSILAGE AND CONDENSED MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

ENSILAGE AND CONDENSED MILK. -0 We have received the following from Mr. Haddon, of ¿liddlewich :-" We observe considerable agitation among farmers on the subject of silage, and learn that quite a number are making preparations to experi- ment with it next season. Two or three farmers at Aylesbury have been delivering milk to the company frooj silage-fed cows the present season, and it has been found that such milk is not suitable for condensing purposes. We are advised on this point that it is not a question admitting of two opinions; that the evidence that silage milk cannot be used for condensing is conclusive. Both in our interests and in the interest of farmers who may contem- plate the use of silage, we find it advisable to announce at an early date that our future contracts for the supply of milk will con- tain a clause declining to receive milk from silage-fed cows. Experiments with silage was begun ia America several years 6Ínce ; but we dre informed th it agitation there re...

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Temperance Work in Germany. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 13 February 1886

Temperance Work in Germany. The Pall Mall Qazette calla attention to t gratifying development of temperance work in Germany.-" During the three yean fol- lowing the revival of temperance work in Germany there has been a great deal of talk- ing, arguing, and preparing for work, but oi actual work very little has been done. Now at last it seems as if the time for organised action had come, and one large town after the other has, in the course of the last month or so, seen the opening of coffee-houses on the same principle as those in our own country. The largest of these 'public-houses of the j future,' as a German writer bas called them, has recently bean opened at Hamburg, and the success has been such that, notwithstand- ing the great expenses which naturally attend the beginning of such an undertaking, there has been a small profit even at the end of the first month. Thu is more encouraging as the articles of food are sold at prioes ruinously low. Thus, a large cup of coffee, with...

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