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LOCAL TELEGRAMS. NEWCASTLE, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 7 December 1882

LOCAL TELEGRAMS. (From our Own Correspondent.) Newcastle, December 7. . A sad accident is reported fr.tm York. Mr. Fredl Trew and Mr. Stokes (Manager of the Union Bank there) went out kangaroo hunting1 on the Talbot, on Tuesdav last. Trew was thrown from his horse. Stokes left him for dead and made for York, but got lost. The party not returning to town when they had intended to do so Mr. George Monger went out in search of them, and found. Mr. Sfcoke.3 on the road leading to the Williams. Mr. Stokes states he thinks Trew'a back is broken. Mr. Monger after wards made for York, and, reaching there with all haste, a party was equpped and has now gone out to endeavor to find Twew. This, it iB expected, will be a rather difficult matter, as Stokes does not know exactly where ho left him.

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

iTBBMSFOB'ADVERTIsiNa IN THE' .' .- ;: DAILY NEWS. ''??' 'For advertisements relating to servants ' «r tradearaeh wanted or wanting engage ? jneats, and leases to let or for Bale, a charge , ? of two shillings ouly will be made for all | ?notices not exceeding 4 lines, and 3d. for | each additional line for the fii-Bt lnpertaon ; , 'one-halt rate for each subsequent m ' eortiou. ' Other advertisements not exceed ing H lines, 3b. 6d., and 3d. each additional line, dno-third rato only for Bubaequent insertions. Reduced rates, by special or- | langemeat, for advertisements appearing for three months and upwards. CI)C 29atlp $-tto& PRICE ONE PENNY. WILL be published in Perth EVERT AFMSliNOON, and forwarded to subsiribe.-s by the' earliest convenience. ^Co-es-*/^ehad from the undermen tioned, ageats:- m j F# Fordl?am. Premantle ... ^ Mr. R. Birch. n.i;iHfnrA ... Master Sainsbury. Guildford ? Mr. B. Meares. ? New.-aaje ... . . \'M;Tg-. ThrosBell. ?or?am ? '... Mr. Joseph Pyke. Vas...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE "SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ADVERTISER" AND ITS "WEST AUSTRALIAN" CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 7 December 1882

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE 'SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ADVER TISER' AND ITS 'WEST AUS TRALIAN' CORRESPONDENT. Sin, — Permit me the use of your columnB to protest, in the name of my fellow colonists, against a wicked abuse of the privileges of a newspaper correspondent just: brought to my notice. In a South Australian newspaper (The Advertiser, of the 15th of lust month), appears a long letter of more than a column and a half, headed ' Our West Australian Letter.' It shows up Chief Justice Wrenfoidsley, Mr. Leake (the Police Magistrate), and Lord Gifford. So far as regards the two first-named gentlemen, the writer might be prosecuted for libel, or be kicked, or called a liar, at the taste and fancy of the object of his remarks. The Chief Justice is— the Chief Justice ; and therefore with him this '' letter writer' is safe. Mr. Leake can take care of himself; and, as to Lord Gifford, the more he is kept before the notice of the public. The better the approbation of this | worthy out of the colo...

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LUGGAGE ON RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 7 December 1882

LUGGAGE ON RAILWAYS. Sib,— The unsettled, weather we hare been experiencing lately has been the cause of much sickness, especially among the little ones. After consulting with my better h'tlf we agreed to take a run down to the Port, thinking the trip would be beneficial to my little cherubs. Accordingly wp went to the station, got our second-class return ticket, for which ve paid the fare Is. 6d. each. Of course we were accompanied by that indispensible family luxury — a peram bulator. The regulations state that second class passengers are allowed 5Glbs. of lug gage, and you can imagine my surprise when I w'as told by the station-master that I would have to pay one shilling each way for this precious perambnlutor 1 — this actually mote than my own fare cost. I remonstrated, but in vain, and as my trip was undertaken solely for the benefit of my little ones, I had to 'shell out.' The station-master informed me that ho had received imperative orders from the Com missioner of Railways...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS. Before His Honor the Chief Justice, and Mr. W. T. Loton as an assessor. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 7 December 1882

LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT — CIVIL SITTINGS. ? ???.. -, ? ? + ? ? . . Before His Honor the Chief Justice, and Mr. W. T. Loton as an assessor. TUESDAY, Decembers. J. COBBETT V. 3. H. THOMA8. Mr. S. Butt, instructed by Mr. G. Parker, appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. E. A. Stone (Crown Solicitor) for the defendant. . This was a Detition of ricrht. by which the plaintiff claimed .£399 for work done and materials supplied, and .£200 damages in respect to certain losses. Mr. Burt, in open ing the case, said the Government had in vited tenders in ' the Gazette for certain stone to be delivered under certain condi tion and according to specification. The stone was to be the best procurable at the Canning quarry, and placed on the road between the 6th mile and the Causeway. The plaintiff relied upon the terms of the contract, and his tender was accepted. In April, 18S0, he commenced work at one of the quarries on the Canning Road, pointed out to him by the Inspector of Roads.' There ...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. SAILED —DECEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 7 December 1882

SHIPPING. POST OF FREMANTLB. 1 ???' 8AILED — December 5. OTWAY, steamer, Moon, for Geraldton. PUBLIC SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. VASSE.- Sailed : Dec. 5, Paragon, sch., for Buabury. PORT ADELAIDE.— Sailed : Dec. 4, Auaie Taylor, sch., for Fremantle. - - MBLBOURNE.-SoUed : Dec. 4, Macedon, «., for Port AdeUide. ALBANY. — Sailed : Dec. 1, AgneB, ach., for Bsperance Bay. GEB A LDTON.— Arrived: Dec. 6, 4-10 p.m., Otway, 8., from Fremantle. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The barque Ribston, for the Robe River (west of Port Walcott), with sheep, w 11 sail probably thiB evening, or early to morrow.

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The Daily News. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 7 December 1882

THUBSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1832. Immediately it became known that Sir William Robinson had been   appointed Governor of South Australia the question naturally arose who his successor would be. We have not long been kept in suspense. The telegram received yesterday afternoon informed us that Mr. Frederick Napier Broome, C.M.G., Colonial Secretary of Mauritius, had been nominated to the position. It will be gratifying to our readers to hear that our future Governor is colonial born ; a squatter who has managed his own sheep station; a member of the Fourth Es- tate; one who knows something of architecture, having been Secretary to the committee for the completion of St. Paul's Cathedral ; and also secre- tary to the late Royal Commission on Unseaworthy Ships. He made his mark in connection with the Plimsoll   Inquiry, and this led to his employ- ment in the colonial service. In Feb- ruary, 1875, he was appointed Colonial Secretary of Natal, whither he remain- ed un...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 December 1882

J6@' WITHOUT RESERVE. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12. /'1OURTHOPE & CO. will sell by auction \ t \J at their Mart on TUESDAY', Dec. 12th, 1882:— . \ Swiss Carvings, - , Round MeUl Boxes, j , Boxes of Stationery, | Dinner Mats, , \ , , Screens and' other Funcy'Goods. ' , ALSO,— , Superfine Flour, , Butter, Currants, ' , Shirts, Trowsers, Herrings, -fco., &c. Sale at noun. Terms liberal. Deo. 2, 1882. n-i -I f\f\ TO LEND, On first-class ' JbJL} W) \) Mortgage, at a low rate of interest. - ? Apply to COURT HOPE & CO. Perth, November 21, 1882. PH CENTS FT RE OFFICE, Lomb iitD Street and Chaiung Cuoss, LONDON. ' Established 17S'?. Insurances against Loss by Fire are ejected by the I'hqsnix - omhany upon «very desoription of Property in every part of the World, ou the most favor able Terms. Tbe promptitude and H' erality with which its engagements nre always met. hy this Company are well known, and the importance of its relation with the public may be estimated from the f'nc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 December 1882

9 Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19. or For £33, or * For .£50. S^end for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which ?will toe forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished For £46, or For £63, or Foi-£S4. 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. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will toe forwarded Post Free on application. 0 0 1 S H 4 H 0 CD SMITH L Co. manufacture Doors, Sashes, Mantelpieces, JMonldings, Skirtings. Architraves, Shop Cosintcrs, and Shop Sittings. CARPETS PLANNED, LAID & MADE. FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN ? « ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHE§. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ? « ? PICTURE FRAMERS. ^ r . O 0 PICTURES Mounted, STRETCHED, AND FKAMED. CARPETS IVIADE. [?] DOORS, SASHES, PITTINOS, MMftPIBa CARPETS 8V3ADE ft S ^ [?] SMITH & CO., Household Furniture, Bedding, Picture Frames, Picture Mouldings, 9 Bedsteads, Cots. SMITH &a...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. SAILED—DECEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 December 1882

8 hippie a.: PO RT OF FREMANTLE. SAILED— DlSCEMBER 7. ' BIBSTOlN, biu-.ine, Joh a 'Pucker, for Robe River, No^th-west 'Coast. - Cargo — ; Sheep. ??'??? ? ?'?? ' '. ????? ??? ? PTJBLIC SHIPPING* TELEGRAMS. PORT ADETi AIDE.— Arrived: Dec. f, Ma-elon (a.)» from Melbourne. BUNJ3Uar.— Arrive I : Dec. 6, Phoenix, bcj., from Port Adelaide. Saile.i : Dec. 8, Johann 'Carl, bq., for Porb'Adv-hud'?. ? VAS8JE.-Ar.ived: Doj. 7, Elizabeth hq., from Port- Adelaide ; Silver ?' Stream, fiom Po'rfc Pirie, S.A. -ajg&.LBAN-Y. — Arrived: Dec. 8, 5 a.m., JPm.S. Assam. fro:u C -lomWo. Saile 1 : Dec. 8, 10 a.m., K.M.S. Abs un, for Glenelg. GER.ATjDL'Otf.— Sailed: Dec. 7, ...mid night, Otway (s.), for UVemautle. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The sr .Otway, having left Gemldi.on lost night, will be due ub iVemantlo early to morrow morning. Three barques — the Phoenix, Silver Stream, _. and Eiiia^eth— arrived oft' Buubury arid the^ VYips? yc&t^ur'Jay from South Ausb.silia, to ach colony all ot these...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 December 1882

J. S. CHRISTIE, &w tmisam m importer — OF — BOOTS AND SHOES. JUST ARRIVED PER CHARLOTTE, FUOM LONDON, A SPLENDID ASSOllTxMENT OF BOOTS --AN 51 SHOES; UNEQUALLED IN THE COLQNY FOR ' — STYLE, FINISH, AND — 'superior.- QOALiiir. ? AN ENORMOUS ? —STOCK ON HAND To SELECT FROM OF ALL SIZES CONSISTING OF— Gentle men's French Calf,- Kid, and \^ Leather Elastic Side Boots. Gentleman's Patent Leather and Kid Dress Shoes. GrENTLEMEv's Cheap Brown Canvas ..'. . Crickitinij Shoes. .. Gentlemen's- Carpet and Leather Slippers, Ladies' Prunella, Kid, and Levant Elastic Side Boots. Ladies' Fancy Morocco Dress Shoes. Ladies'. Slippers in Carpet, Patent. 9t ,-.?.??? Leather. Ladies' Cashmere, Brown and Colored ; . ' Leather Slippers. - Youths' an. I Boys' JUlas'ij Side and 1 '. Lace Boots. ? , Youths' and B -ys' Chsan Brown Gan ?'? vas Crick it ing Shies. JSm° GIRLS' and INFANTS' BOOTS ani- SHOES, in a VAUIETY OF STYES. . . o .. NOW ON VIEW AT THE cm bjiit a siios wipiiimi, WILLIAM ST., PERTH,...

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MAILS CLOSING TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 December 1882

MAILS CLOSING TO-MORROW. Mails for the United Kingdom, Europe, India, etc., for despatch to Albany per steamship Otw.-iy, and t'lence per K.M.S. Kaisar-i-H.iud, will be closed — . At the General Post OJiot;, at S p.m. At .EYemanfcle, at fl a.m. At Unildfo-d, nfc 0 a.m. On SATURDAY, December 9.

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The Daily News. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 December 1882

'^FJRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1832f Wb read in a recent exchange that the editm* of a society paper hi Now Zealand- bad been so frequently horse whipped and thrashed that he had thrown up the sponge a-id sought some other avocation. We do not wonder at it. Anything tending to wound the feelings ot* another, even if truthful, should not be held up to public gaze. Journalism has nothing to do with private character. It would be disagreeable, for instance, to see it promulgated that ?' Mr. So and-S;- had had an estrangement with his wife owing to his continually spending his time at. the Club, losing Ms moderate earnings at the card table, and returning between one. and two o'clock every morning to a neg lected wife aud. a home rendered desolate by his gambling, propensi ties.' 'Journalism* njay'criticise pub lic character. In doing so it should be truthful, it should not say the thing thaj js jipt ; and^any journalist seeking By misrepresentation to in jure/the public as well as the private ...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS. Before His Honor the Chief Justice, and Mr. W. T. Loton as an assersor. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7. CORBETT v. J. H. THOMAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 December 1882

LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT— CIVIL SITTINGS. ? ? _ ? « ? Before His Honor the Chief Justice, and Mr. W. T. Lolon as an assersor. THUKSDAY, DECEMBER 7. CORBETT V. J. H. TH0MA.S. The Court resumed at 11 o'clock. Mr. Higman, called, said he was Superin tendent of Roads ; had the supervision of the contract with Co.-bett to get stone fr.nn the Canning quarry j that locility wns named owing to the quality of the st me. If equal in quality to that stone it might! have been got from any other place. Piior I to the contract being entered into the ' plaintiff spoke about this stone, but witness \ did not guarantee to get stone from this place. Would swear he never said the Government would protect Corbett ngainst any claim made by the settlers. He com menced his contract, an I was paid on account of work d -ne and passed. The work was not done cxpeditiously ; there was great delay. He had only completed 13 chains of ro id in over four months. On the. whole 16 yards of iro'nstonw and 6 ya...

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THREATENING TO MURDER THE PRINCE OF WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 December 1882

THREATENING TO MURDER. ? THE PRINCE OF WALES. On a recent Saturday, ut. Bow Police-' , court, Win. lirooKslmw, u^ed thirty-four, ' of no home, described as u trnvaller, ' was', charged on u warrant, before Sir'Jumes. Iii^hiiui (who attended especially to Iiuar ' the caso), with feloniously and muliuioiisly. * sending ti letter, woll knowing tbecoiiients' thereof, threatening to iiiu.rder the Prince' «.f Wales. — Mr. .-Meplienson and Mr. Thomas, from the Treasury, prosecuted.' — ! Tho letter road as follows : — ' (Joluuel',! Teusd.ilo. Sir, — Tu be brief, I am a young1 man brought, tip in si^ht of Buck ugliaui JValaoo, willing mid auxious to work, and cannot yet it to do. The best thing that I cull do iimltir these circumstances is to. go iibrii-iii to ono of tho °«ilonius. Toll your Royal master, tho Prince of WaleP, that 1 require £10 to start mo thure. If I succeed, it will bo repaid. 1 want it this week. Semi ir, to me ut Win. Iirookshaw, Liiiuiiio'.s Hotel, Urent Chapel-street, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 8 December 1882

TERMS FOB ADVERTISING IN THE DAILY NEWS, For advertisements relating to servants «r tradesmen wanted or wanting engage munte, and leases to let or for sale, a charge , of two Bbilliuga only will be made for all notioea not exceeding 4 lines, and 3d. for each additional line tor the first insertion ; . one-half rate for each subsequent in- . sertion. Other advertisements not exceed ing 8 lines, 3b. 6d., and 3d. each additional i line, ono-thir-i rate only for subsequent j insertions. Reduced rates, by special ar- | rangemeat, for advertisements appearing for three months and upwards. C&e Baity $icto& 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 agents :- ^ ^ p ^^ Premantle ... £ Mr. R. Birch. . Gaildford ? Maater Sainsbury. Newcastle ? Mr. » peaces. Northum ... ... Sir. G. Throasell. York . . ??? Mr. Joseph Fyke. Vasse'' ??? Mr. A. liosstfloty Bunbury '...

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EASTERN RAILWAY. FREMANTLE STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 9 December 1882

EASTERN' RAILWAY; JEE.MA.NTL.B STATION'. Weekday Thains.— Dep. : 7.30 a.m., 10.15 a.m., noon, 3.30, p.m.,. 5.10;p.nv., 10.10, p.m. Arr. : JL0.9 a.m.j 11.44: aini'., 2.44 p.m., 4.50 p.m., 7.49 p.m., 11.40 p.m. Sdndat Trains. — Dep. : 2 p.m., 9 p.m. Are. : 3*29 p.m., 10-29 p.m.

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THE LATE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 9 December 1882

THE LATE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTEEBUMY. The following notice of the late Arch bishop of Canterbux-y and Primate of all England — whose death was announced by telegram a few days ago— is from. Men of the Time : — The Most Reverend Archibald Campbell Tait, ? D.D., the Archbishop of Canterbury and Primate of all England, is the youngest son of the late Craufurd Tait, Esq., W.S., of Harvieston, co. Clackmannan, his mother being a daughter of the late Sir Islay Campbell, Barb., of Succoth, sometime Lord President of the Court of Session. He was born in Edinburgh, Dec. 22, 1811 j! was educated at tho High School and at tlio Academy at Edinburgh, under Archdeacon Williams ; went in 1827 to tho University of Glasgow, where ho attended tho lectures of the late Sir Daniel K. Sand ford arid Mr. Buchanan ; was elected in 1830 an Exhibitioner on Snell's foundation, to Balliol College,' Oxford, of which ho became successively Scholar, Fellow, and Tutor, -and graduated B.A. in first-class honours;* He ...

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PERTH STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 9 December 1882

PERTH STATION. Weikdat Trains (to Fremantle). — Dep. : 9.30 a.m., 11.5 a.m., 2.5 p.m., 4.20 pirn., 7.10 p.m., 11 p.m. To Guildford. — Dep: : 8.20 a.m., 12.50 p.m., 6 p.m. JProm Fremantle.* — Arr. i S.9 a.m., 10.54 a.m., 12.39 p.m., 4.9 p.m., 5.49 p.m., 10.49p.m. From Guildford. — Arr. : 9.19 a.m., 1.54 p.in;, 6.59 p.m. ? - Sunday Trains (to Fremantlc). — Dep. : 2.50 p.m., 9.50 p.m. , From Framanblc. — Arr. : 2.39 p.m., 9.39 p.m.

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GABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 9 December 1882

GABLE TELEGRAMS. (ASSOCIATED PBESS ^TELEGRAMS.) ; LONDON, December 5. ' The Commission recently appointed to consider the American Tariff have sent in their report. It recommends a reduction in the wool duties, especially 'those upon. blankets ; the report also advises a reduction iu the general tariff, averaging twenty-five per cent. The proceedings in., .the Police Court against Mr. Timothy Healey .have been fur ther adjourned for ten days, during which ho will be at liberty to find- sureties for his good behaviour. ? ', '? ,The Daily News, in art; article, published this morning, refers tovthe signal defeats inflicted on the Victorian- and New South Wales cricketers .by the team cap tained by the Hon. Ivo Bligh, and rejoices that the pride of the .colonial cricketers, which had been raised to ' such a pitch by their siiccesses over the teams of English men, has at length been humbled. Negotiations have been in. progress be tween the British and, French Governments with reference ...

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