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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 14 May 1880

Shipping. Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company. REDUCTION of PASSAGE RATES to Europe : l8t Class to Southampton, £70 Do. to Brindisi £65 '< 2nd Class to Southampton, £45 Do. to Brindisi £40 \ To Commence 10th February. WILLIAM CLIFTON, , A«ent. ? Albany. 22nd January, 1880. [30.3.80. Trade Addresses. SELLING OF' ! ! SELLING OFF ! ! ! ON ACCOUNT OF SHORTLY LEAVING the DISTRICT. THE whole of my EXTENSIVE STOCK IN-TRADE at COST PRICE. *3" All outstanding accounts must be set- tled by the 30th JUNE, 1880, otherwise "they will be placed in the hands of my solici- tor. W. A. ATKINS. \ Banbury, 15th March, 1880. NOTICE» NOTICE! NOTICE! R. CUMMINS. 'CABINET: MAKE]?, JOINER, AND . GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHER, Cantonment Stheet, Fremantle, BEGS to return thanks to the Public for ,the liberal support accorded to him 'during the time he has been in business, and to inform them that Le has on hand a large quantitity of Furniture which he is offering for Salo at the following V...

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The Nobelist [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 May 1880

%\t goMist. Owing to the great demand made on our space by our law report, we are reluctantly obliged to hold over THE NOVELIST until our next. For the same reason, we are also compelled to again leave out the letteis of Mr. E. R. Parker and Mr. Courthope ? (in type;, and also Mr. Terence McGrath's com- munication, all of which shall appear on Fri- day.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 May 1880

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS- -FREMANTLE. May 15th.-OTWAY, s.S., Lovick, from Champion Bay. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Kowler, Mr. and Mrs. Burges, Mr. Brock- man, Mr. Morrissey, Mr. Woodhouse, Miss Evans, Miss McDonoghuc; and 6 in the steerage. 15th.-SPINAWAY, barque, F. Bate- man, from Adelaide. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. J. Bateman, Miss Bateman, Master Bateman, Mrs. Hughes, and Miss Wilson. 16th.-CLARENCE PACKET, schooner, Miles from Port Walcot. Passengers-Messrs K. Owen, C. Gallop, E. Harper, Jas. Mun- roe, and Mrs.'Murray. DEPARTURES. ' May 14th.-MYRA, schooner, Waldron, for Bunbury. 14th.-CLEOPATRA, schooner, Fother gill, for Melbourne.

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THE West Australian. VIOILANS ET AUDAX. PERTH, TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1880. THE ROAD LOAN AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 May 1880

THE Ubi %vàïii\ka.. VioiLANS ET AUDAX. PERTH, TUESDAY, MAY l8, 1881). IÍ THE ROAD LOAN AGAIN. WE ABE obliged again to touch upon the \ Road Loan expenditure. It has boen brought to our notice that wo have done the Govern- ment injustice in remarking upon the state of the roads, as we did in our last issue, and in connecting the disrepair into which we are informed some of them have fallen, with the fact that these roads had boen taken out of the hands of tho local Boards, and their management entrusted to the SUPKU INTENDEXT, acting under instructions from the Central Committee. We now hear that such is not the case,-that the Go- vernment never undertook the sole re- sponsibility for the maintenance of these roads, and that they cannot therefore be held to blame for their present condition» except in so far as there may have been any lâches in the carrying out of that work which they had actually undertaken to do. We can only say that many letters and communications of one kind or a...

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LAST RIGHT'S TELEGRAMS. LONDON, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 May 1880

JiAST RIGHT'S TKLKGKAMS. . " LONDOJT, May 13. The. first match of the Australian cricketers commenced at Southampton to-day. against thirteen of the Gentlemen of Hampshire. The weather was beautiful and fine, and there was ' a large attendance. The Australians went first to the wickets, and scored 250 runs. Murdock made the top score. After a splendid innings ho'was caught, after putting together 97 runs. Boyle the captain also hatted well, scoring 50, He also was caught. The playing of the Aus- tralians was generally much admired. The home team followed, and, at the close of the day's play; had scored 43 runs with the loss of two wickets. Tlie match nil! be resumed tomor- row. _ Prince Leopold left England yesterday en roule for Canada, where he will make a lengthened tour-Tv His Boyal Highness will afterwards pro- ceed tp.ibe United States. The Government, since its accession to office, have been devotiug considerable attention to the present condition of Ireland, and to the measu...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 May 1880

Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company. REDUCTION of PASSAGE RATES to Europe : 1st Glass to Southampton, £70 Do. to Brindisl £65 2nd Class to Southampton, £45 ' Do, toBrindisi £40 To COMMENCE 10th FEBRUARY. WILLIAM CLIFTON, Agent. Albany. 22ud January, 1880. [30.3.80. Trade Addresses. SELLING OF ! I SELLING OFF ! ! ! ON ACCOUNT OF SHORTLY LEAVING THE DISTRICT. THE whole of my EXTENSIVE STOCK IN-TRADE at COST PRICE. S3" AU outstanding accounts must be set- tled by the 30th JUNE, 1880, otherwise they will be placed in the hands of roy solici- tor, W. A. ATKINS. Bunbury, 15th March, 1880. NOTICE! NOTICE! NOTICE! 1. ©MMÏNS, CABINET; MAKER, JOINER, AND GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHER, CANTONMENT STREET, FREMANTLE, BEGS to return thanks to the Public for the liberal support accorded to him during the time he has been in business, and to inform them that he has on hand a large quantitity of Furniture which ho is offering for Sale at the iollowing VERY LOW PRICES for CASH ONLY : Column Ch...

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[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ALBANY, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 May 1880

[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ¡ ALBANY, May 15._ The Moorburg arrived hero today from Port Augusta (South Australia). Passen- gers-Mr. and Mrs. A. Gillam and child, and Mrs. Bolt and child.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 May 1880

Government Notices. MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. 1880. THE committee appointed by His Excel- lency the Governor to carry out the in- tention of the Legislature with regard to a proper representation of the resources of this colony at the above mentioned Exhibition, appeal to the settlers and public generally to co-operate in tho immediate collection of such products, natural, cultivated, and manu- factured, as may be exhibited with a pros- pect of advantage to Western Australia, and they invite attention to the following list of articles proposed to be sent : ANIMAL PRODUCTS. Animals, Stuffed ; Birds, do. ; Beche-de mer ; -.Fish, Tinned and Salted ; Pearls, and Pearl 'Shells ; Shells of various sorts ; Tor- toise Shell ; Whalebone ; Guano ; Skins of Native Animals of every kind ; Leather of various description and preparation ; Swan's Down ; Soap ; Beeswax ; Wool ; Silk and Silkworms, Cocoons/ Grain, &c. ; Oil. MIKEUAL PBODUCTS. Minerals of every description ; Geologi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 May 1880

I Transfer of Land Act, 1874. TAKE NOTICE that Alfred William Okely of Wanneroo farmer John M'Konkey of the Victoria district farmer and Henrietta, his wife formerly Henrietta Okely John Taylor of the Victoria District miller and Emily Matilda his wife formerly Emily Matilda Okely and John Henry Okely of the Victoria District stockowner have made application to be certificated as the proprietors of an estate in fee simple iu pos- session as tenants in common in the follow- ing parcel of land situate in the City of Perth viz. A portion of Building Lot F Ko. 9. Bounded o» Me SE hy the North West boundary of Town Lot F 8 measuring 660 links;«»» the NE by 150 links of Hay Street ; on the NWhy a part of the South East boundary of Town Lot F 10 measuring 279| links ; thence by a line 108 links run- ning at right angles in an Easterly directiou from the said line of 279£ links ; thence by a line parallel to the South Eastern bound- ary measuring 277 links to St. George's Ter- rece ; and on...

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Occasional Notes. LOCAL ANJD GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 May 1880

Occasional Notes. LOCAL AND GENERAL. By the last English mail intelligence has boen received that the Pensioner Force will shortly be disbanded. Other arrangements will be made by the Imperial authorities in regard to the guard over the Convict Estab- lishment, which has hitherto been furnished by the force. Lieut. Colonel Harvest, we understand, proceeds shortlj' to England, Messrs. Barker & Gull, of Guildford, favor us with the following telegram from their agent in London : " Your wool all sold at an average price of eighteen pence." This, we are informed, included .greasy.' The price is four pence per lb. in advance of that realised for the previous season's shipment from the same firm. The wool was shipped by the Charlotte Padbury. We are requested to state that the enter- tainment advertised by the Silvester Com , pany to be given in St. George's Hall last night, did not take place in consequence of the illness of Mrs. Silvester. The company, however, notify in our adv...

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Law Intelligence. Supreme Court—Civil Sittings. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] THURSDAY, MAY 13. THE NORTHEBX RAILWAY. In the matter of an Arbitration between James Palmer (the Contractor) and the Governor of Western Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 May 1880

jato |ni4%it«. Supreme Court-Civil Sittings. p {Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] t\ THURSDAY, MAY 13. *' THE NORTHEBX RAILWAY. | ti .ti In the mailer of an Arbitration between Jama j it Palmer (the Contractor) and the Governor of Western Australia. On the Court resuming this morning, - - The Acting Attorney General said, before addressing himself to the law and the merits of the case he trusted he might be permitted to offer some preliminary observations relating to some matters started by the Court on the pre- vious day. In the course of yesterday's pro- ceedings His Honor had made a very pertinent remark, which at the time was to his (the At- torney General's) mind, unanswerable-how it was that the overpayments had been made. But Mr. Thomas was prepared to give a very full explanation on that point. He was, however, precluded from doing so now, for the explana- tion could not be given in the form of an affida- vit which the Court could receive, and would be merely oral and col...

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Telegraphic News. [ASSOCIATED PRESS.] LONDON, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 18 May 1880

Wp#pc jjtefos. f ASSOCIATED PBESS.] LONDON, May 12. The statement of the Daily Newe, of April 7, ?that-ihe- English -Government was firmly-re- solved to insist on the due execution of the Berlin treaty, is ¿ow-fully and authoritatively confirmed. It is announced that'the circular referred to by the Dailifßews Has been sent to the British*7 representatives abroad,"--inviting theSignatory Powers' to'give^their cordial co- operation towards tfcè'attBanment of that object. The circula^lays sta*ss; on the desire of the British tOxmaintein «he concert of the powers. A further clause^ specifies the * jnode by which the solatioir>of.the4 Greco-Montenegrin ques- tion and the -settlement of- the Armenian and other provinces in" Turkey in Asia," can be ar- rived at, through the joint action of the powers. "**".-. -L,*" " ADRLAIDB. May 13. Mr. W.A. Samson, an old colonist of Western Australia, is dead.   ^^^vemment.havê deoided to^placViCS.OOO op^igriÇitiaiates to enable the coR...

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LAST NIGHT'S TELEGRAMS. MELBOURENE, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 21 May 1880

LAST NIGHT'S TELEGRAMS. MELBOUENE, May 20. Mr. Thomas Cooper has been elected Chair- man of Committees. Mr. Williams's motion for an address to the Governor in favor of payment of members was carried by a majority of fifty seven to 33. LONDON, May 17. The match between the Australian Eleven andan Eleven of Derbyshire commenced at Derby today. The Australians were all out for 129 runs, in their first innings, and the Honte team were all disposed of for 45. Owing to the recent dry weather, the ground was very lively, and suited the bowling of the Austra- lians, which was very good. Derbyshire fol- lowed their innings, and at the close of the day 'had scored 22 runs, with the loss of one wicket. A large meeting of Home Aiders was held yesterday, when it was resolved to appoint Mr. Parnell leader of the parry in the House of Cämk^bns, iii succession to Mr. Shaw who re oén^jy^resigned the post. This decision is re- garded1 os a sign that the policy of exasperation iartnfted hy' Mr. Parne...

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Telegraphic News. [ASSOCIATED PRESS.] LONDON, May 15th. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 21 May 1880

m o ,á$. [ASSOCIATED PRESS.] LONDON, May 15th. . There has been a great impetus in the shipping ' trade, in consequence of the enormous number l of emigrants now proceeding to America, from ' Great Britain and Germany. .A strike among thirty thousand operatives 'and others connected with the cotton trade, has takeu place in Blackburn, Lancashire, but there 'is reason to hope that the difference will shortly be arranged. -The occurrence of strikes at Boubaix and 'other parts of France, has given rise to such 'serious disturbances that it was found necessary twemploy the military to restore order. i The match betweeu the Australian eleven and the .Gentlemen of Hampshire, at Southampton, , was resumed yesterday, when the Home team cou,turned their innings. They failed, however, to make a stand against their opponents, and ' were all out for 116. The score leaving fliem in a minority of 134, they had to follow "on their innings, and succeeded on the second oceasion, in scoring 113-total...

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THE MELBOURNE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 21 May 1880

THE MELBOURNE EXHIBITION. IN OUR correspondence columns will be found a letter from the the Hon. MALCOLM FRASER, chairman of the Melbourne Exhibition Com- mittee, in which ho makes an appeal to the West Australian public, to aid the commis- sion in effecting the object of its appoint- ment. Sir WILLIAM ROHINSON, as has been already made known, being anxious-late in the day though it is-to put in an appear- ance at Melbourne, re-consulted the com mission which Sir HARRY ORD had called together for advice, and appointed two or three of its members to form, under the pre- sidency of the SFRVEXOR GENHRAL, an act- ing Board for the purpose of collecting and arranging exhibits. A contemporary states that ' activity in the collection of suitable exhibits is showing itself in all parts pf the colony.' This, unfortunately, is not the case. The greatest apathy is, on the eontra ary, exhibited throughout the colony, and it is in view of this apathy that the SURVEYOR GENERAL makes his appeal. I...

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THE EUCLA TELEGRAPH LINE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 21 May 1880

THE EUCLA TELEGBAPH LINE. To' THE EDITOR OF THE WEST. AUSTRALIAN, y* SIR,-The following extract from the 8oulh j ] Australian Register of 28th ult., ought not' to pass unchallenged : " Eucla is seven miles , .' within the boundary of West Australia. . <. .:. , " There is a town reserve of 20,000 acres, and ** the town at present consists of the joint teîe " graph office of the two colonies, their respeo " live lines meeting here. It is instructive to " stand in front of the office and look at them " (the lines)-that of South Australia being "about perfection, probably involving a mini " mum of delays from interruption with small " est maintenance, while that of Western Aus " tralia is about the reverse. I do not know " anything of telegraphy, and but little of tele " graph lines; but a special knowledge is not " needed to see that it will bo a troublesome *' job to keep tho Western Australian line in " order." AUDI ALTEBAM PABTEM. - 10th May, 1880. '" L

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The Novelist. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 21 May 1880

A We are again compelled Ato hold over THE .. NOTELIST, also our "Ladies' Letter from London," and other contributions, in order to make room for matters of more immediate local interest. We trust to be able, in our next, to pull np all arrears.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 21 May 1880

TRINITY CHURCH PERTH. THE Ker. JOSEPH ODGERS will (D.Y.) preach next Sunday, morning and evening. Evening Subject : Eternal Day. Service at 11 a.m., and 7 p.m.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 21 May 1880

.«.'- NOTICE. THE Legal business hitherto carried on by myself, will he for the future carried on by me in partnership with my son, Mr. George Leake, under the style of LEAKE & SON. G. W. LEAKE. Perth, 17th May, 1880. I^MEJ LIME!! LIME!!! o ' CHARLES BALL begs to notify that he J "has rented from Mr. Joseph Perry a portion of >the well-known " LIME-KILNS" property.'-1 These lime-kilns are of 30 years' 'stitedîngyahaj are well known to consist of theiiobst superior lime in the colony. C. B hjasH^htV Hoars' experience at lime-burning, ^aiiä^tWoTM^ghly.copversjint, with the entire -i&ess. Lime supplied at 2s. *6cl. per bag, in Perth, jhiiipiiig, .merchants, and traders supplied ahuimiig, merchants, aim traders supplied witlnföhe in'hogheads, barrels, sacks," tins, or j^trs ready for shipment. j j Alypiderstáddressed to JOSEPH PERRY JÄuriay Street, Perth will bejpunctually and ifâUÇf tilly atteuded to. r , Pjsth, May 19th, 1880. cr . .TÏ^ANTED a gentleman to board w i...

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THE West Australian. VIGILANS ET AUDAX. PERTH, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1880. THE NORTHERN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 21 May 1880

THE tü %xxúxah\\\. VIOILANS ET AUDAX. PERTH, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1880. THE NORTHERN RAILWAY. WE can liare no other feeling than one of sincere regret that the case recently argued before the Supreme Court should ercr hare been carried to that tribunal in the form which it assumed. Of real mismanage- ment, wo fear there has been enough of late years, in regard to many important matters, to do this colony very considerable harm. Real mismanagement there no doubt has also been in regard to the Northern Railway. But the result of this application to the Supreme Court has been simply to bring discredit upon the country-for when discredit is brought upon the Gorcrnmont |t is brought upon ourselves-a discredit far greater even than the unfortunate cir- cumstances of this railway imbroglio war- rant. And, lowering, as it has done, our pres- tige and the reputation of our public servants, it cannot iraproro our prospects when next we seek in the money mar- kets of the world that financial assist...

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