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FURTHER PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 December 1882

FURTHER PARTICULARS. Prom a private letter which we have been courteously permitted to peruse we'' glean the following additional particulars : — The lightning -first struck the chimney of Mr. Broad's house, splitting it in two, then en tered the house under the roof, where it splintered and spruug the rafters. It then passed through Mrs. Broad, sen's, room, smashing every article on the washstand, but not harming the old lady in any way, al though she was present, and the current passed close to her. It then entered Miss. J3road's room, where considerable damage was done nlso, after which the lightning passed through the roof of the room where in the deceased was sitting, in tho act. of sewing, having her baby on her lap, and two other children close beside her. The baby -was scorched, but not severely in jured ; the other children wero not touched. Tho lightning Ursb struck the mother in the chest, on the stay bust, aud proceeded up the left side of her head, burning her hair and ...

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

MONDAY, DECEMBER^4nsS2. The appointment of Sir WiliiIAM'. Robinson as Grovehior of Squth Aus-i ytralia, we are glad to learn,, lias been vorv accentable to the necmle'oi: that colony. The Press is overflowing with joyCulness. We have before us the Register and' the Advertiser of ib.3 25th. of November, both of which speak in a most complimentary, inannor of tlieii- new; Groveraor. As these two articles give a very interesting account of ijhe career of our Governor, and Xxve complimentary t*o this .colony /we feel sure they will be read witlv i|fter eat by such of our fellow colonists who do not see the South Australian pa pei's. We have much pleasure, tliere fox-e, in l'epi'oducing the article from the S. A.' Iieyihter. , The Advertiser speaks in much the same strain :— To-days telegrams will servo to dispel the fears entertained lest- Sir Popo Hennossy should be appointed to succeed Sir -William Jo.rvois. Tho statement is madp without reservation that the Governorship of South Aust...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR LOCAL INDUSTRIES. MR. J. E. MITCHELL'S STREAM CONFECTIONERY MANUFACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 December 1882

OUR LOCAL INDUSTRIES. ? Mb. J. E. MiTCHmtiii's Steam Confection ery Manufactory. ' If you waut to tuake money quickly without having any capital to start with,' said a woll-known and : -highly-successful Melbourne merchant to a vounor man who had asked his opinion ns to what he had better do to mnke a fortune, ' the best tiling you cau do is to sell colonial lollies. But, if you have any capital, make thorn.' The soundness of this advice is proved by tho faofc- that- a '1611y 'manufacturer can gene rally depond upon making a clear profit of £25 upon every, ton of sugar he works up, while tlie demand for sweetmeats, enor mous as it is, is rapidly increasing and fair ly promises .to! $dgbm~e practically illimita ble. It is now just about' twenty years .ago' since Mr. Guest started tho first colonial lolly manufactory in Melbourne— an exam ple which was followed ten years afterwards by Mr. Harwood, in Hobart, the capital of Tasmania. The colonial goods soon ousted* the imported article...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES FROM VICTORIA PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 December 1882

NOTES FROM VICTORIA PLAINS. (From our own correspondent.^ ? The weather continues very favorable for the crops. On the 8th and 9th insb., rain fell for 12 consecutive hours. i It is very pleasing to see that many of our young people are entering in the matrimonial state ; we wish them . every happiness. These unions would be largely malfeiplied if our. Collective Wisdom had endorsed Mr. S. H. Parker's views anent giving a hundred acres of land to these young natives; this, with an advance of .£100 to begin with, to cover all expenses, would go further to people the colony than if you expended a million sterling on immigration, , for people from home only make a stepping-stone of this colony. It is to be hoped that no one will get a seat in the Council at the next elecfcions who will not endorse Mr. Parker's views.' ' '- ' !''.'.:'''? ..^'?'ii It is refreshing to learn His. Excellency the Governor is determined to stamp out the obnoxious duty on flour. ''It' is absurd to tax the brea...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHOCKING DEATH FROM LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 December 1882

SHOCKING DEATH FROM ?;;?.', LIGHTNING. , ;. Our correspondent writes to us from Victoria Plains as follows, respecting the thunderstorm mentioned in Saturday's issue : — A heavv thunder-storm occurred on Victoria Plains on Friday afternoon, the 1st instant, attended with distressing conse quences. The wife of Mr. Richard Broad, of, Round Hill, near Berkshire Valley, was sitting in their verandah nursing her baby, when she was struck by the electric fluid. One of her ears was cut clean off, oue eye lost, and all the hair on one side of her head singed off. ' The poor- creaturo is said never to have spoken after the occurrence, and died in a few hours. * The baby, al though injured, is likaly to recover. The house is completely shattered, two or three of the rafters in splinters, are lying aboat the rDoins. There .'s deep spmpathy felt for Mr. Broad in his sad bereavement, and for the poor young family left motherless.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 December 1882

TEEMS FOE ADVERTISING IN THE ?; - !; PAILT^ NEWS.' '' \ ' ??,,For .advertisements relating to servants -y .tradesinen ..wanted or wanting engage merits, and leases to let or for sale, u. charge ' --£ two. shilling^: only will be made -for all notices, not, exceeding 4 lines, and 3d. for each additional line for the ? first in'Pertddri ; one-half; rate, for each subsequent in sertion; Other advertisements not exceed ing 3 lines; 3s. 6d.» and 3d. each additional line, one-third rate only for subsequent insertions.. Eoduced rates, by special ar rangement, for advertisements appearing for three mouths and upwards. %\yt Jiatlp $.eto& PRICE ONE PENNY. WILL be published in Perth EVERY AFTERNOON, and forwarded to subsaribers by the earliest convenience. CopieB may be had from the undermen txone agen .— ^ ^ ^ Fordham. Fremantle ... ^ ]y[r# ja. Birch. Guildford. ? Master Sainsbury. Newcastle , ... -^A^^fi' Northam ... ... Mr. -*. Throssell. York ... ??? Mr- J°sePn Pyte. Vosse ' ??? Mr...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE GOVERENOR'S SALARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 December 1882

LET TE RS TO THE E D ITb R. THE GOVERNOR'S SALARY. Sib, — Tbnr correspondent ' A Colonist,' whope letter appears in last Saturdays Daily News has not, to my mind, made his figures at all clear. He savs that we oucrht to give our Governor .£4000 a year, and that if we opened our pockets to the tune of another .£1500, in addition to what we already pay him, that would do it. I admit the amount is small, but £2500 a year, with the addition of something like £250 for forage allowances, is I think, quite as much as we can afford at present. But I don't see, sir, why the Imperial Go vernment should not contribute, and very largely contribute, to the Governor's salary, as was . the case in the other Australian Colonies before they were granted- a free Constitution, and especially in the instan ces of colonies to which convicts were de ported '' from the mother-country. — Van Dieman's Land and New South Wales. I should like to be informed whether or not the Home Treasury contributes to the ...

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QUARTERLY LICENSING MEETING. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 December 1882

QUARTERLY LICENSING MEETING. THIS DAT. Present— Messrs. G.W. Leake, P.M., S. E. Burgee, S. S. Parker, and Colonel Angelo, J.'sP. The usual applications for the renewal of annual licenses under the Wines, Beer, and Spirit Sales Act were made this day before a full Bench.^ In every instance renewals were granted,' and no complaints were made by the police or any of the ratepayers. MrVLeake, addressing Senior-Sergt Rowe,. said that he had seen reference made by the Ifoquirer, he believed it was that newspaper, relative ? to the granting of a license to Mr. McMahon, in which it was broadly asserted that the police had been ' squared' by the landlord ; in other wox'ds, that the :police, for the sake'of a bribe, hnd brought no complaint against the landlord in question, and had so influenced the Bench to grant a license to a disreputable , house. - ,,.,-'??? Senior-S^fgeant Rowe corrected His Worship, by saying that the strictures upon the police and .the publican' had appeared in the Wes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 December 1882

AUCTIONS. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. /'1OURTHOPE -fe CO. hare been favored \J with instructions from Miss Barloo (srho is leaving tho colony) to Ball by public auction, at hor residence in Murray Street on WEDNESDAY, December 6, prose. — 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 Curd Tables, Rosewood Book Shelves, Arm and Frame Chairs, Chimney Orua zuents, Fender and Fire IronB, Brussels and Turkey Carpots, Curtains and Blinds, Vases, Brackets, Stationery Cabinot, Oak Chest, Library Knee Table ; also Table Glass, China, Tea Service, Kitchen Furniture and Utensils, Tea Urn ; also Bod-room Furniture, Bedsteads, Beddiug, Chests of Drawers. Old-fashioned Bureau, with Plate Glass doors ; Wushstands, Commode, &c, &c. Catalogues will be issued. Goods on view day previous to and morning of sale. Refreshments provided. SALE AT NOON. TERMS -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 December 1882

? ? ' ? ? ???^?vfcSia*. Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or ~ For £33, or For £50. Siend for detailed Furniture Catalogue, whicn will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished For £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. - lend, for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free, on application. o rn h H S H Sj M 0 SMITE &, Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes; Mantelpieces, Mouldings, Skirtings, Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings. OATJPETS PTjATVNET) LATB & MADE \Jm3lAAiJL AliA-KJ A. JLJ-lj— Li li ti 8 *, Ui. Ill/ V*^ ?.-'-'' I '? A FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN ? -♦ ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS — —? — . G.A.XS.'VIESXSSy PICTURE FRAMERS. 0Q ? ?'fed ?? ??-? ? - S ^ Q 0 PICTURES Mounted, -gTEETCHED, AND FRAMED. CARPETS MADE. SMITH & CO., Cabinet M...

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GOVERNOR BARLEE'S VISIT TO GERALDTON. GERALDTON, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 December 1882

GOVERNOR : BARLEE'S YISIT TO , ...,.- GERALDTON. (By Electric Telegraph.) From' our Special Correspondent. Gebaldtoh, December 4. ,On his. arrival here, to-day, just before nodn, by the s. Rob Roy, H.E. Governor. Barlee, C.M.G.; was pieBented 'with' an' 'ad-' dress of welcome, read bv the' Chairman' 'of the Town Council (Mr. E. Shentoh)- in the Masonic Hall ; to which HiB Excellency ap propriately responded. He will .'be enter tained at a- public dinner on Thursday even ing. The town is gay with punting, and the occasion of His Excellency's, visit. is being made a most auspicious one.. .... , ...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 December 1882

THE MAILS. 9n» ot Q:p.O:,~ Perth':— From England, &«.j Dec. 9 and Dec. 28. From Eastern ottonies, Dec. 2 and Dec. . 10. rjtoapatched from Q.P.O., Perth: — For Mngl^nd, .fee, Dec. 9 and Dec. 23. F6r Sftsktrn ColonieB, Dec. 15 and 29. '

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GOVERNOR ROBINSON'S PROMOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 December 1882

GOVJJJBNOH, RO'SlNSON'8 PRO i v MOTIONS The following is the notice in the South Australian Advertiser', of No vember 25 — referred to in our leading columns vesterdav— of His Excellfiiifiv Sir William Robinson's promotion .. to this Governorship, of fiiouth Austra lia:-— ? v V ' ' It will be seen 'by a telegram, -which we publish elsewhere, that Sir W. C. F. Robinson, K.C.M.G., the present Governor of Western Australia, has been appointed to succeed Sir W. F. D. Jervois in the governorship of this colony. The appoint ment is ono that will give satisfaction, for there is every reason to believe that Sir Wm. Robinson will prove himselt a success ful as well as an able administrator. A goutleman of varied attuiumcuts and ex tensive experience, he is deservedly held in high esteem by the people of Western Ansti-alia, which, as our readers are aware, is a. Crown colony, and consequently the duties ol! Her Majesty's representative are more onerous than whore Responsible Go vernment exist...

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VOLUNTEERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 December 1882

VOL UNTEERING. I The following is the article alluded to in our leaJder.'of Thursday in respect to the de fences in' Tasmania : — ' The vote of ,£17,350 for the1 'defences ? in the colonv— which is almost entirely intended for batteries and armaments at Hobart — was : passed on Tuesday evening by the Council,' but we are surprised that some hon. members did not take this opportunity of making some enquiry as to the real intentions of the Government with respect to the defence force, without which ^batteries and arma ments are of little, use. ,, The existing Vol uateer force has for a long , time past been in anything but a satisfactory state, but this is not to be wondered at when we re gard its anomalous, constitution, and — so far as the northern portion is concerned — the difficulties and discouragements- it' has had , to -contend with; while the southern force seems to be badly oificered, . and to bo in an everlasting condition of bick'ering and disorganisation. This session, ho...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 December 1882

Errata. — In the letter signed 'Another Colonist/' in yesterday's issue, some of the asnounba quobed at the close have become slightly mixed by the printer. In the thirty-sixth line, instead of .£200, read .£2000; in the thirty-eighth line, instead of ' JB400 a year,' read .£4000 a year. rpENDERS nre 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 tho approval of the Superinten dent of Public Works. For particulars, apply to JAMES BRITTAIN', Builder, Beaufort Street. Perth,. October 23, 1882. PROTESTANT ORPHANAGES AND GIRLS' HOME. A BAZAAR will bo hold in aid of the Protestant Orphanages and Girls' Home, in the Town Hall, on WEDNESDAY aud THURSDAY, 13th and 14th December. Doors open at 2.30 o'clock. MARY E. MOORE, ''''. Hon. Socretary. Perth, November 6, 38S2. SHEEP TO RENT. Wanted to rent , 500 MIXED SHEEP, as soon as possible For particulars, apply to T. & W. BRANSON...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 December 1882

_ hi i iiiiii ii I 'I' '' 'm' .. Dill-*- ff_*W& Vot advertisements relating ' to servanta -* SdeBmen wanted or wanting engage notices not exceeding 4 lines, and 3d. for 25? additional line for the first inPertion ; ^a-hatf rate for eacli aubsequent in- , JerttoT Other advertisements not exceed- : _£? lines, 3b. 6d., and 3d. each additional ££», one-third mte only for subsequent insertions. Reduced rateB, by special ar ^gen^nt, for advertisements appearing for three months and upwards. PRICE OttEJENNY. W^S^-at^IeX tioned agents : ^ j F.Fordbam. Fremantle ... \ ' Mr. R. Birch. „ , Mastar Sainsbury. Guildford ... ??? ^ ]_r. R. Meaxes. Newcastle ??? 'jlr G-. Throssell. Northam ... — Mr.' Joseph Pyke. Tork ... ??? — Iri A# Rosseloty Vasse .... ?'? j^r- e,. Forrest, Bunbury ??? t '']_r J. M. Palmer Albany ??? ??? jjr# c. P. Beilly Geraldton ??? ??? y^v -^m. Moore Greenough — Mr. J. Smith Dongarra ??? 'Mr T S.Montague -w-m? ^A.LB A- quantity of WAST] r°p/pBiS Apply at this office. ...

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The Daily News. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4 1882 [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 5 December 1882

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4 1882 We notice that the Ceylon Observer reproduces, a leading, ai-ticle which appeared in the Inquirer of October 4, in reference to the resources of the Kimberley District. , In. that, article. thfe 'einjiloymeiit* of' .Cingalese' labor' was suggested as specially useful in the 'culture of coffee and cinchona; but our contemporary submits that : it_ will be to tlie. densely-populated por tions of continential India that we must, look for- labor, suitable to our inter-tropical regions, and that we shall speedily follow in the wake of Fiji; South Australia, and Queensr land, in seeking to iuiake arrangements with- the Iudian Government for systematic Coolie immigration. The difficulty, they consider, will not be with the Indian Government, but wili arise from the pvejudice, and, in many cases, the honest - convictions- of the Australian settlers themselves. So long as pastoral pursuits alone are in question there will be no occasion for a mixture of the l'aces — -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 7 December 1882

? r ? fSSST WITHOUT. RESERVEr ' TUESDAY, DECE5MBBR 12. /'1OURTHOPE & CO. will Bell by auction [j at their Mart on TUESDAY, Dec. 12th, 1882 :— Swiss Carvings, Bound Metal Boxes, Boxes of Stationery, - ?? - Dinner Mats, Screens and other Fancy Goods. ALSO,— Superfine Flour, .. Butter, ? ' . ? ?? Currants, Shirts, Trowaers, Herrings, -feo.-, &o. Sale at noun. Terms liberal. Deo. 2, 1882. O1 1 A A TO LEND, On fimt-cliwa jblj l\j\) Mortgage, at a loir late of wtereafc. ^^ ^ COURTHOPB & CO. Perth, November 21, 1882. PHCBNIX FIRE OFFICE, Lombard Street and Charing Cuoss, LONDON. Established 1782. I»aur»ncea against Loss by Fire are effected by the PiKENlX 1. OMPANY upon ?Very description of Property in every parfc of the World, ou the mosb favor able Terms. _ The promptitude and li1 erality with whioh its engagements are always met by this Compauy ate well known, and fcho importance of its relation with the publio may be estimated from the fact that since its establ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 7 December 1882

[?] Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or £or£33^or . . . . For £60. iTStend for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which! will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished For £46, or For £63, cr For £34. 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. 3end for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application; ' * 1 ft &l-i d 0 i ? A- 8 5 ? SMITH & Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, mouldings, Skiriiisgs. Arclsitraves, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings. CARPETS PLANNED, LAID & MADE. ^* ? ;. ? . ? . ? ' ? : ? ? ? 1 ? FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN ? ? : — » — . ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ? + -, S PICTURE FRAMERS. .???a h i» [- ?i ^ B 'P.. CO o 0 PICTURES mounted, STRETCHED, ^ AND FRAMED. CARPETS MADE. 'i i 9 ^1 ill ^ [?] DOOHS9 SASHES, S'H:o'l» FIITING-S, MANTELPIECES. CARPETS ...

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CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 7 December 1882

CABLE TKLKGIUMS. (associated press telegrams.) LONDON, December 4. THE NEW GOVERNOR OP WESTERN ? . 'AUSTRALIA. Mr. F. Napiar Br. oiue, C.M.G., who has acted as L'eut.-Govern -r of Maurilius for somo time, du.i iff the absence, on leave, of Sir George Kowen, is to be appointed Governor of Western Australia. f According to the Colonial 0jfi.ee List, Mr. Broome received his first appointment iu 1873-4, when ho acted j-s secretary to the Royal couiinission on merchant shipping ; he was the colonial sejretnry of Natal 'in 1875 ; and was appointed colonial secretary of Mauritius iu Nov., 1S77. — E».] LONDON, December 3. The Earl of Kirnberley, Seerota.-y of State for the Colonies, has summarily dis missed two of the lending oifijials of Gibral tar, viz., Lieutenant-fteneral Baynes, Colo nial Secretary, and Captain Blair, Chief Inspe;tor of Police, for baviug improperly surrendered two men to the Spanis-i G -vet\i- raent. A demand w.is made for their surrender by the Spanish Government and...

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