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had

sealed

the

dead

Stanley's but ; and his in

self-

misrepresented, to lie has been compelled pub defence, lish the whole sickening story. in the without a parallel It is a story will rot we annuls say of civilisation, it is a of hut of story savagery, —

and murder cruelty perpeon the unfortunate by Barttelot had been entrust whose, welfare

demoniacal

that

the

for

"The

the

a stealing sentenced, When half

in

Major

lushes.

been

few

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laid

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on,,

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taken

then

continued

months.

the bound to

for

the

continues or'

50

25

or

one

lashes.

woman,

to

and

event

was

shown."

to

ICO,

or

of

an

carry

punish

to,

been the

a

told.

already less

earth

on

it.

as he was, how and devilish he had a lieutenant who surpass ever, to is ed him in what civilisation pleased Lieutenant Jameson call barbarity. He was an was another Englishman.

enthusiastic extenuation

-

it

and

naturalist,

and by Jameson's at a place called

Being company chiefs,

is

in

said,

"In

said,

cannibal

a

a

hear

we

poor

Farran

.

Asaad follows:

ten

little

affidavit

's

other

desire

to

-year-old continues

girl. as

was

by the

'led

order

of.

.

quest huts self,

Jameson's

to liini servant; presented by and many others Tippu Tib, followed. the native huts the girl, On reaching leu by the man who had who was was

her,

The

scream,

taken and

was

girl

She-

was

tied

ghe then pieces.

VVhen

liop.

by

and

ca/ne ,

.

.

began After

National Library of Australia

that

'thought

is

mind

his

that he died:

which is

vain

a

attempt—

we com-

of -to

A ;

;

this

as

tlio

the

of

return

:

;

the

iu

!

Home

Ruler

of the

eyes

that

England

steps to picion. the part

of

majority

moreover,

298—

the

in

shows

deceased,

lately

being of

room

But

This of

have

taken

it

is

there, seems

true,

different

Ireland the unions for

dpiug

sus on

indignation

i

i

as

and musses, become; ;mpre: cordial the and English At this

masses, particular

full

result' in

of

this

As

for

its

pertinent

the

speaker,

dangers

was

the the

Tlie

to

point as

sinister,

Walsh bishops Irish l'arliameut."

that,

to

referred

reported, :wonld,tre6rilfc

of influence domination and Croke The

priests, .

in

a

to

who

we

;

are ;

,

'

One.

'craft's,;'" dakotas.

Craft,

to

has and

sacrifice

the

save

rapneity

,

the

town,

under the

a ,

to

and

of

the

city,

through largo:

also'

wtis

as/,

miles of a

distant roof

nuns

others

At

Indians:

1

fell

1

!

on

were

nuns.

of

;

enclosure;, >in the; ground! burying Itself of persons The number killed was first estimated/at but 'lateri information 30.0, states that 800 coffins have been taken :out bf the; city and- that still' there were not

.

to enough bury Chinamen lighting

the,

;dead.

his

pipe

:in.r;

,

A

:I

"peace

nearly every pied the care

from/ :

ass ;

The

policy," changed; drove the priests

plani,

u

,

mission, of the

present B&hop of Sioux the Rev. Right Martin who is' president of the

Indian a Missions, years ago, supervised, the .establish of ucnv missions by the priests and He and his assistants have been in-

successful. o

civilise

thei

their

work:

the priests similar to that plan by the early Catholic opriritiori missionaries. They, with begin the whom .they keep in the schools. under, careful;: and moral; religious:' until training,; habits and tbstee atul

uuns

follow

'.Indians,

a

'

;

,

'

civilised/

;

purely

obstacles to the to be removed he holds that the has laboured to

extermination. Many have. been destroyed, as often In renewed.

qrigirial

'S,D:,;

very

,or

>

or

;

between two from the mills. 3ft. long, arid mission; the -'mission-'

Eng

claimed cenquest have re

and

Marty, O.b.B., Bureau of Catholic

all

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Falls,'

jam©nbf£was

of the

from

and

fifty

uuceasing

missions,

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on

levy ment

2ft.

cannon

the stone:

was

them

irameuse the includiug

tlie

which

aud alone

from and

work

were

they An

j/Magistrate'e/V

A portion, fell

a/mAndarin mills,

annihilated.

three

abbut

explosion

fraud,

Church'

but they were 1869, Grant's

a

ashes.

a Taiping, town of the Yangtze.

the

of

in

or

Catholic times

large A an of explosion in the disastrous laid

by force save

life

at

bank

destroyed; the Jesuits,, arid

.of right discovery the Indian lands,as garded the Indians " of civilisation," progress

of of

a

Indians from the and of injustice He says that Norse-.

to

a

been

conquerore. SpaDiards, French, Dutch, and' Americans have all

men»

China-

loss

i

a

history

j

their -

borders

great

more

/far

south time

district

from, and

interpretation

Fra;ucis

of heroic

labour

;

Peechow,

the

on

in

occurred

portion

Arch

;.of

Anhui,

absolutely-

which

in

"

which

enoimcns

the

was

at

ecently

r

resulting

persons in ing

:

:

is

should

bf priest the diocese of N. D., who has Jamestown, been a Catholic Missionary among' the Indians foi was in New many years, lorx a rjhort time He has col ago. lected "many interesting facts about the Catbolic/Injian missions in the /United He says States. that once more the riaissions are extended to all the nearly Indian, this trjbes, in The country., missions were soon established after the of America. discovery to According

cruelty,

'

damage

the

of tfic insured.

siippbrt success

be the;

during

Priest

theii'

hand of fi ightfql in The China.

to'

mo

explosions

in

the

we juncture, say, the authorises. us byprelectiop that will such be: 'the' Lord speech Salisbury's

believing:

case.

her

eo

gunpowder

obtains

)

has

results

in

Explosion

of which was afterwards few/days/

the

day

Government.

portion

a

,

Bey.

record

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by the

occurred

'rind

take of;

representative, every likely If so./' Irelarid

to

required

Honan,

hope

facts to

'abstainers.

;

gunpowder town

and strengthens: import Since we may justly

rescue

char

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in Ireland juryman,; men pack the box with agent knows; withoutspeaklng can be relied to return the .on

its

News

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of

evil

of,

impressive Catholic

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women

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them

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of one progeny hundred thieves and hundred and eighty

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lish,

the signification lessening of the matter ..that by explaining, certain promises given by Mr./FurnCss. for of. Jtho had secured bim' the support' unions. If labour the labour unions, find the of / Home however, support with Rule consistent tlieir own their

Liverpool records

,

i

and

,w0ek

Government which system iu Ireland empanels partial jurors

verdict

at

interests,

it

whom to

may unfortunately the 'Nationalists 'o'famong the end 'they 'still continue Ireland, seek in' the to has; hoC- been affected masses but rather eyes of the English favour

total

are

The

prompt

be above

will

it

virtuous

may ;not speak the Crown can

arisen

in

the

1

,

.

whatever have

divisions

in

i

Chief

the 'old of '.'.Equal laws story in and equal; 'treatment;" 'Whereas one interested a case in England any

elected,

that,

Ac

ultipliad.

Marro

Why

year. forward

.fessors,

a revolting rather piece of hypocrisy. the is not indeed, corruption There, or but affected by treating persuasion, of an unjust exercise by the, arbbrary the' Grown vested -in power lawyers.

Unionist

a

a

m

so by many motives; others to' lake the dead ? Ia oiie denomination' -in:' Scotland "all the -and' in another ministers, most ;ef the and all ithe students ministers, aud pro-

Government

English

they that

ensure

atically

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be writer ,

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in

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could

to

terribly decide: every in the work of

.urged ullow

having attempted' of The friend

iof

the

vitiated,

Such

coming

pre forty

last

to a a corrupt jury; tried' who was recently prisoner rat the Central Criminal Court is alleged to certain to. have tried, 'influence of members the /:j ury by accosting and treating them as they left the court to, drinks. It does them, not appear but whether the attempt was successful, sacred is the purity of trial so by jury i

!

for the other, Hartlepool bye-election is a made ?at: Cambridge' speech by The d'esult1. of 'the, Lord Salisbury. in which a HouVC' Mr. Furnesst election, Mr. Gray a Unionist, Buler defeated by

as

cutting the meat

the

that

is

Professor the well-attested drunkard to two;

active

for

fact

blood,

,

kind

should

the

at

>

terrible,

and two rnurdererp, eight an.d paupers

'

;

humanity

a

cording M ercury,

.

not theme then it will' be how Barttelot could hard to understand to death, and Jameson feast a native flog murder and cannibolism. his eyes on Africa from: such civi Heaven preserve

and

for

England a charge

on:

n

Curse.

the

Jury.

recently has been no

there

Catholic.

a

same

l

provide

London;

said,

in

begu

was

>

House, ,it:is'

years

Anglo-Saxon See nigger."

"

Mansion which, cedent

with

brutality

prosecution

is

the seal of corruption very and instance the case of the Juke's which in Tamily, forty-five years cost the State of New. York a million and a of dollars. quarter Instances of

in

by

is

acter.

a

Byron by the beauty To-day happily,

with

(sin

Lon

charge against blasphemy against an example, though

abd It

It

(

the

descen

only

Lord

religion.

daughter

drunkard's

the

extremes

Trial

holy

his

Catholic. touched

A Hereditary

deter obtain its

nature

of

And

lips.

devout seemed

j

anxiety

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a

-

defal

it.

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It.

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his

happened; doubt in' the i e'at'

attempt—

is

our

still

to

his

on

times

has

that

the formidable and is driven

against

brought

it

as

not; "

is;

the'sanie1

on

going

left,

she dead;

down

fell

and

right

looking

for

looking

stabbed he r in

you

.

cauie twice

natives

when

,

were

af

a

is;

wants

a tree. About to. five natives kuives. sharpening Then a .man and stabbed her with a knife in the The girl did belly. hot but she knew what was

hand

off;

He

'it

"

her.' "

4

the white man. yon do with her

how

toi.see eat

the cannibals. then.— This

told

man

from

bought

to

presented

"The present

an

1

attempt girl

dant at

shall

nation

Nothing

perceives situation,

scientific

of Yerestchagin's picture English tlie'cum soldiers blowing Sepoys frond read Kipling's coarse1 jests non's mouth ;

agency,

Tib and other at the re chiefs, of Mr. to the native Jameson, to be eaten. Mr. Jameson, my Selim and Farhani, Mr. Masondi,

Tippu

emitted

own

hn inanity."' is an extreme one, of ntter which the irresponsible mind regards the mere

gains

"The

Iv(B

;

in

people, but, being like the place, I should to see He was informed that his it done." if he would could be gratified curiosity Learning buy a victim for the purpose. that the cost would only be six hand he cheerfully and complied, kerchiefs, a

and

preyed upon the fever of

This awful story don Echo says it'

is

he because much about

feast,

England

secured

we we

them a moment's given of the cause arid the justice benefits to be obtained by victory! The Tory Prime Minister, besides,' fully,

;

in

myself

was

'

of

has

have

have occurred Two evonis which, upon as of happy may be looked signi the state of Irish in ficance, present affairs. The one is so certainly with the other a may be so" interpreted of probability. o He degree Tlve) high

whoveat

cannibals

ous

of The

i

are

too,

the

that

rights.

;

Riba-Riba, some

on

his

through

girl

Cheering

letters.

own

with Tipu Tib and Jameson expressed

witness

power

are

of

think

one's if it is right opinion and but to change a. false and [danger is opinion and useful." praiseworthy Sir Walter Scott in a materialistic age a Christian he died with ; the Dies

which

conclusions Mr. Parnell's

Some

true;

the divisions consequent the cause in the eyes of The masses. Irish hier

nor

\'

/

Tine 'King bf Prussia remarked to " Count I do not Stolberg like people who change The count religion." re " Nether do I like plied-— them, sire. If Luther had not I should changed, have no occasion to do what I have done I have only returned to the first church." " St. It is, a shame to Augustin says—

Meantime, to

events

our

is

the

;

change

alliance

an

the

probable.

more

injured

mined

in

"to

Bonny

to

aud

the English archy and clergy,

nervous when he grew of the Congo that the authorities look the murder of did not upon

lisation

of his conduct, that he was scientific researches to carry Here is the extent nn unnsal extent." it in one ac to which he carried case, the sworn of Asaad to testimony cording William Farran, corroborated by Mr. wont

feeling and to

evils,

curb

to

Neither

cation have

except

sometimes

it

I

him

to

appeared

public

of two

these

alluded,

forting.

this know he recog bim know

"specimen,"

English

as

Salisbury, Vatican,

the

opposition so

far

both

have

with

with

to

lesser

hierarchy

as

prefer from

odour.

civilisation'

How

fiend

a

left

She

.'times!"

disagreeable Jameson

so

end' thrashing he metdiis

'

for

has:

was

when he Brutal

seven

with the

,

mercy used

,

in

native There

;

the

plead passed," a dozen

day

attempting

deserts,

for

State

to

without

flogged each. In

persons no Barttelot Major stick iron-pointed; goading his victims.

for

daring

"

were

you

roplied,

I head the "Yes, shaken hands I have

found

worms

opportunity recaptured

not

sick

very

.

a

him

at

clergy. which interpretation, nevertheless, is that which have first proposed

especial

asking

Do He

to the objection the ground that

on

flesh

aud

to rest

story,

men

two

Bonny,

levity

glasses,

comrades " life. Not

his

his

Irish

the

Lord

success

appealing choose the

withdraw its with Rome,

.

ot,

nised well no

flesh."

was

his

for

ap

for

hoping

to

not

-failed.

singularly

that

is

It

caused

the

call

was e.,

to

i

then allowed seized the and days, but he was escape; si

to

it

1

his

got

was

'

of

out

He

engaged

oues,

i

and at his expbnce. pleasure also his scientific Jameson carried toisend home the enthusiasm as solfar-. head of a negro, which he had embalmed Mrs. Jameson once to a London firm.

many

for

his

time

the sores,

from

this

.like

this

By

stinking

came

black

of the inci

and

is,

possible. still

savages, in it do

-

to

another interpreta however, admit possible though we barely

tion

A

."

-

waB

series

cannibalism, except ordinarily practice own enemies slain on the bodies of their, sketched The' devil's feast in battle!

ghastly

" the report, had to maich ten thick and chains by hot- sun with' his hours every day in the chain hands tied a heavy together, and wearing an over round his waist, rest was him coat. One,, hour's given

two

the

the

tiiat

by slating

gentleuiau?"

says

at midday.

dent

exhibited

days.

was

soldier

guard-room,"

the entitled Drama in Six Sketches." Bonny adds to the horror

by Jameson

so and bleeding horribly of the remainder was

infliction

postponed

delected 300 had

cut,

it

snowed

having

peons,

There

with his pleased several Euroto

attempts

.

body Vas

well

<

and

piece of meat, him to receive of the number

and

work, !

,

was

the

;

ed to his keeping. A native was

artist

The

with

painted

finished,

mill

powder

see

.

natives:

water

already colours."

would

Government

Lordship's the Vatican, Pope to their aid, had

What

No-Popery,"

we

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i

sketches

man

until,

motives

!

evidence

of his influence

the

j

anuuit-,

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was

On

"

:

regard

silence

his

veracity

Mr.

of the have

o?

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.

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measures,

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to

,

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my

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other;

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great rnncb

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found himself the traditional

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to

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attempted

Barttelot,

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scene.

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(

of

the failure seeing Home by which

j

place upon this Lord Salisbury,

,

Cannibal-

English.

to

that

is

.

Stanley's

be inclined

utterance

.

,

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'we

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re

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they

are

able

to

the many evil influences which surround the savages. When the Indians have become practical Catholics and adopt the Ways of the white, they resist

,

.

General

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sever had Iroquois nuns, and later the Order of al Indian maidens joined The Rev. Jerome Hunt, Grey Nuos. to the same who is, attached O.S.K.,

under

same

diocese

as

sions

oh the

Great

Fr.

directs

Craft,

Reservation, for Indian girls

six which have provided the Benedictine Sisterhood.

Indian

several

of the. missionaries, Dakotas, is of Mohawk some

This

problem.

says control

be allowed to could without opposition,

and plans

Indian

would

problem'

will

however,

This, The the

It

conducted ion

state

life

to

but

&9

civilisation is

it

never

be.

as

possible,

as conducted which tends

to to

and and physical corruption of the Indians. ultimate extermination The system provides places for present and makes the continuance politicians, and salaries of their depend positions the

upon

of

perpetnation The state.

the

Indians' of the

success transition of the missions means the ending plans Their of their and salaries. positions tbe missions attitude toward must, While be evident. therefore deceiving themselves the to the public by taking

of

the Catholic as far Church, they oppose the missions of We have an as example possible. conduct of Indian Com this in the The best remedy for missioner Morgan. credit

done

work

be

a

and place of the War

failure,

the

under

care

Its officers able men,

department.

and honour would not their positions the of the perpetuation Their interests and state.

on

transition

be would would

inclination

to

hasten work in

They

civilisation.

the and with missionaries, their have active would co-operation. as One officer would be detailed agent

harmony

on

each

be removed,

as

supposed would necessary It

is

proposed. War department,

and energy

integrity,

which

abuses

not

the but

cannon

are

presence the plan of the

the honesty, of its officers that It in the work. is success of great

be employed from the evident, missions under Catholic that their cnmstances,

would

could

troops

make their be ended by

to

now

the

and the

reserve,

favourable success

civ-

would

the present Government which tends to delay civilisation system, would for one that could be. exchanged it. tend to hasten of Mohawk descent, The missionary whom Fr. by the Dakotas, to be complete

if

-

adopted

He paper, is himself. called succeeded Spotted Tail, sometimes " King of the Sioux," as by the whites the of Dakotas. Tail chief Spotted Craft

in

refers

his

at in killed Rosebud, S.D., July at that He was time taking 1881. steps the Catholic missionaries to have engage of civilising his Indians. in thd work was

He ihoped

Marty prepare intended:

that

and

his

with

priests

people for to prepare

his

the

aid of Bishop he could soon .

citizenship. for

baptism and to learn marriage, the way of the whites, the priests his to teach then aid them people. council he explained his a general Christian

National Library of Australia

He und from and Iu1 plan

the

and

Christianity a

and

name

Indians

were

of his

Several and among them Mary Catherine, of St. Benedict. had has Craft

relations,

Sister Sisters Fr. taken

For

a

like

tribe

and Fr.

porcupine

which

cross,

and

shoulders, is

'

of relations. shoulders

The eagle the

signify Eagle, above

name

feathers of the

than

Dixie

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5,159,889. has

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the

is

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he refused

reason

this

for

the charge. denying if I mistake is not, The conclusion calibre.

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arrived

Parnell.

his

thirteen

men, been

women

of

jury, her from

preciate

demned as

her, her.

of

a

but

man

I

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by

divorced. Had had I been one have certainly

who

would

She is flesh O'Shea. Captain

did

not

ap

have

not

con

false

it

I

It

world-abuses

of Ireland's have been

Instances

of

Great

parties English since Mr. Glad campaign opened in

endowed he

In

.record.

1741

;

journey, and gate,

On

he set

up to a toll-gate his horse over

lifted s

him

down

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occasions the floor hundred weight.

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tone

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as

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in

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the

No.

defence

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him

with

perceivi"'

w,th

the

and them over the TiadolTs burying The consternation of the thus being awakened, may board

of

who Mr.

all

accuses

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? platform Mr. Parnell

of

The

"

England

of

old foremost

grand

old

the his

of

perhaps leader

of

who,

man

ladeu

when,

lifo

and sated

honour

man

with

speaks

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his

from

this

the

is

idolized heroic an

winter

is

now

as

He

<

himself

Parnell

disrespect

the

he power, to life private of refined the enjoy pleasures ease, of oppressed takes up the cause Ireland and makes the world resound the with of her wrongs, and by the force of story his converts .the magic eloquence of England from deadly foes .Libera's with

have

might

into

warm

man

.whom

retired

with

to

sympathizers. Mr. Parnell of vices meanest

the with If Mr. Gladstone Mr.

was

a

Parnell knew him Mr. himself Parnell praises from English

was

his sane

man

can

j

on

until !

his

honoured

faithful

and

from the late

Irish

by

unex

found

they

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Irish

turns

the

is

charges

? No platforms the accusations, with his whole

in

believe

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hypocrisy. and hypocrite, to be so, what when he echoed

bot they are iu keeping character long concealed too people and revealed

him

accused

and

false

them, the the heroes

of his army, welfare years' politicul of basely plotting to sell and their own independence veteraim

dis

brave

qjten accused them their country to

English

Statesmen.

Tho

iu MicIl etl.oit> of whose- sole ob gicjety is ject 0f a|j raudefeat Catholics office in the elections, caused for r.iug commotion and the most widespread discovery anti-Catho

an

bitter

8,ound dropped

of

On

consist

to

seems

vituperation Mr. Parnell

other

broke a would that He took who Saiuts,

his

th»

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free

he

of All and raised

night

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on

other fastened to

:sile.

if.

lifted of of thouthe presence to witness assembled

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feats.

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on

saintly

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must

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anything a weight

political

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he

in pounds, of spectators

'1,836 sands

nature

from

with

fraility.

Mr.

by

a many of whom

in

the

born in with

Home

obtaining

countrymen,

Strength.

endowed 1710, was by muscular powers exceeding

weighed

Thj

against Ireland echoed

world.'

|

of London,

Topham,

as

views

Kavanagh's

eitiz,ens

statesman

disastrous

so

ago.

premeditated treachery. of Cork, the believe foul accusation this levelled a man with whose praises but rang -praises yesterday

you, accusatiou

spider

They

enemies

years extracts

of

Can

this

Thomas

&6

him.

that human

or

scoffing

how

was.

blood

,

a

j

very

the battle could not

and

she well as lie. By. the law of nature She has is not his slave but bis equal. to freedom' as he. I as much right commend and admire the Irish people to forsake Mr. Paruell for refusing because

as

his as

judged

0'8hea,

would

no

treated'

other

regards

adjudged

I

recognize justice.

tbe

the jury

on

the

freed

well

is

I

her, law

appreciated as only the Mrs. slave.

her

of Ireland.

whole

be

should

Gladstone

j

In Pro

1,212,000

only

the

as-

Presbyterian Ireland.

in

Unionists

well-

was

five

or

of

Rule

Tartarus. Mr. Barbell's of unmeasured him. oppose

less

candidates. shown

clearly is the

December Rev.P.F;

he ought at least to be an say that and be at lea«t honest unstained man, with crimes that even the pagans of old deemed of their deserving avenging

at

fight

was

Treated beast of mere her as a friend. treated law law but the true man

National

more

Home

commou

reading

O'Shea and made

husband,

it

on

the aid of been toned down

virtues,

at

an

following

possibility

leader

since

100,000

several door has been

1886. Father Kavanagh, writing The Abbey, Galway, says I do not maintain a that

represent every their number But

tbe

by

have stone's

much exceed 1,000,000 if one of them without every excep make were a Unionist, to the up

rout

have

the trial is, forsaken by her with Mr. friends as a.by her husband Mr. Parnell burden,

after

at,

Mrs.

that

to

four

how Father

the

Rule

it

not

O.S.F.,

showing

of

from the who

Sydney

in

give

on

Examiner letter

a

.

For

I

rate

clear common

Clergyman

Cork

find

we

We

is manifestly of the result is obvious that no that denomination

of

were

leap.

Franciscan'

known

and the last general election, one were of the only able to preserve north from whole of the Protestant the the effects of Nationalist ? invasion and a half Unionists to What a million

himself Mrs. made of

beyond O'Shea,

in now

felt

proud

that.

there

and wilt The

grain,

Kavanagh, ;

the

Ulster

of

a a

In the 20

and a half Unionists claimed by of the framers the there manifesto, should be half of Catholics a million opposed to Home Rule, and in the whole kingdom there are not 20,000. Agaiu if there area million and half Unionists how is it that they so utterly failed in three to make their influence provinces

world's

defend

to

and

Parnell.

million

of free a

least

At does

least

exaggerated

tectants cannot

pretend Ireland,

from

still

grossly estimate

1881

him

I admire

opinion.

be

lean

essentially of the

contemptuous

man,

of

in

A

dull-witted

giveo. the kind

proportion for the

:

and .power

their

likely

at

;

in

small

woi\d

is It woman's education dom. Mr. Parnell

moBt

in

that

mark

a

the

ridiculous

her husband, or' be condemned. with law that would vanish a

outside

intelligent

less feot

opposed

from who form

sumption

my conclusion has judged him, of what the is not guilty I am not world lays to his charge. women are slaves aware that at present man's law has laid down the and that rule that a woman may have no friends case. Parnell That though Parnell Mr.

is

cculd

elections

is

million million Roman

a a

possibly

'and

that

voted

questions, public and considered

read This

and

it

and

than

Florence has nothing,

other

all

carefully

of half

name

Ireland

Presbyterian would be

the

says

They speak,

parallel.

How process of inflation. the bubble without prick of Ireland, ac The population to census of was the 1881, of This was a falliug-off

manifesto

Lady

Brunswick,

also

fellow-scholars

weighing but 15 grains, known to have a weight placed upon him to or amounting 4,769 grains 320 limes his own nearly weight

The Presby exceed 4,900,000. present all did not of Ireland, in terians told, number more than 485,503. At 1881 ten the rate of decrease in the previous number now their may be fairly years at 400,000. Hence it plainly sot down even if the framers of the follows that

'

from

of his

life

beetle,

not

would

it

on

1881,

who is original or Dixie, her quota to the literature contributed In reply case. of the O'Shea-Parnell " asked to A True Liberal who her the case, writ on her ladyship opinion ing

mendacity

their

that of 1871. the decreased at same

252,538

Case.

irrepressible

the

:

can

cording

chief,

on

to we

details.

and were years, St. Brendan, of of Greenland. Eric,

Florence O'Shea

Lady

a

in

As

ever,

by

Bishop

or

for

find

in

rassing

700

introduced

the

his lower jaw. A flea harnessed will draw from 70 to 80 times its own weight while a horse cannot draw more than 6 times his The flea weight. weighs

;

more

the vast majority who ut the compilers of the manifesto, resemblance to knaves bear a closer own have not, fer their than fools, good into Too entered reason, particulars. much candour would have heen embar

symbols more

to

countrymen

are

probably Ireland,

or

exaggeration

distinguished

mocassins

for

be

to Home of intelligence he tllat part of a Roman Catholic like is opposed to Home Rule we should know how of them are thus to many

the fringed and leggings with the Indian embroidered art. The pipe is the chief's pipe, called It is the pipe of peace, or council pipe. said that tbe cross and other Christian to the Dakotas were known cassock

and

say,

Rule." the on

does

as

egg that then

the Pythagoras, by supporting until roof had time to they falling Another man is escape. mentioned, 3001bs by the muscle of who could raise

so-

assuming to busybodies to their them, have appealed in to Great Britain support

Catholics

also the eagle nest the and holding Above is the council the eagle pipe. tbe Indian cross and circle of eternity ; the below is the Dakota shield bearing sun The missionary crucifix and cross. the breast. the on Below hangs

Hovering hovering

.

an

I

odds against long any not pedlars excepted.

Presbyterians, other Protestants

hair the

on

saved

Bow.

Long

Presbyterians,

"

they

front,

the

.

few

a

be easy

forming

with

fringed

Irish

and reckless

the

on

arms

The

represent brethren tbe Union,

some

embroidery

quill

and

.back,

rivals,

backed at Yankee

properly

Indiau

dalmatic,

he."

the long bow," the Ireland of may

loyalists

safely

now his sister, have become

priest's

the

"drawing

called

pictures of the as chief Hovering Eagle, The plumes of the chief are Dakotas. in and around the hat, them is the crown of shell and work. wampum The chief's made of two deer coat is skins,

worse

as

teacher,

sufficiently civilisation.

Dakotas.

deal

great

for

life,

i

years for to instructed prepare the chieftainship Craft in Fr. resigned He gave it to the Sacred Heart, 1888. God the last supreme chief thus making of the

a

public than

with

presented

I

to him was and it was in 1883 Craft this priest, and made chiefthat he was adopted Other missionaries and in a lew came,

the

are

from

retire

Drawing

by the

labour

statesmen

they

civil

6ent

was

priest

among him into the adopted of Hovering Eagle, the chieftainship.

they

gave

competent

are

and

depend their

Indians

the

Marty.

to

Marty

Bishop Dakotas

by

Indian and the best plan to hasten this, would be to do away with civilisation, which has proved the Indian department, to

isation.

a

success

transit present from their old

soon

so actually that state

perpetuate the moral

full

missions,

complete

aid the the Indians

of

he

out its carry the so-called soon be solved.

to

as

the

de system of the Indian is supposed to be so

present

partment.

to

if

had

probably

obstacle

chief

are

what

is

Catholic Church the Indians on its

tbe of

"If

who

he thinks, which, would solve

suggestions, into practice,

put Indian

is

concludes

Craft

are

and priesthood, adopted by the descent. his with paper

one

Fr.

There

men

young for the

educated

being

mis

Sioux

the event who should The Indians

,

opposed to When

were

sions;

by Bishop

in

priest

was

ease with the same could crush an ordinary person Jt is said of Miio of Crete shell. he killed an ox with, his fist, and carried more than 600 feet. He it

i

are

first

chief. tbe new On to accept promised was Tail the council leaving Spotted shot it is said at the by Crow Dog, whose interests of whites instigation

white their neighbours. have enter Not a few of the Indians of ed ieligipus to aid in the work orders Indian mis the missions. The early with

successor,

the

he

between which he cracked and. thumb, close to ihe ear of

I

communities

his

man-of-war

cocoanufc,

his fingers ODeof the sailors,

|

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Indians able to

his

a

humbug,

j

-

years

the

he chose as of his death, be sent

out

carry

the

is

sir,

|

join compete

three

to

the obtain he would and plaus,

j

who

or

He

priests. not live

India

of one who is not a opinion and who loves and justice who and truth, humbug aud despises let shame, if Mr. Parnell has sinned, of otir the greater number politicans

hat

to

!

two

and told them would go East he felt that said

Indians, day he

j

Their rules take the annually. on not place of the law, yet established the reservations. Social and religious with other matters life, relating together to civilisation, are also regulated by has found that these rules. Craft Fr. elected

after

the.

next

officers

by

to

j

.Mary's

governed

are

as

Societies.

j

societies

known

|

(St.

or

|

Joseph's,

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communities

into

I

taken

Sit..

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of

a

West

The Sons alike

feeling

j

among

tbo religious

which is known both attacked of America,

society,

where

the

caudidates

were

people. as the partieB

Catho

lics.

There

are

188,000

public

houses

in

England.

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station.

London,

Brindisi, terrific

from

owing

weather Australia.

late

Feb.

Oceana in

arriving

18. at

London

Trade,

means

of or

lias

of

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Commerce

into enquire an establishing Customs Uuion.

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best

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met

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probably

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firm.

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ill

represented

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been

goal., in

and the iu

Galway

found

was

health

and

for

Paris

to

was

a

Gaol, Mr.. be suffering removed to the the ordors of Dillon His

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Germany

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seeing sights by her suite. to

attempting in

pounds

float

a

loan

Paris.

is

a

to

bear

to

charters

secure

Customs, has been month's leave of

eight

February £10

are

Sir Henry Parkes cold and the effects was not in the office race

a

20.

February is

from He

suffering

of

overwork.

yesterday.

for

£100 took aside the Nepean river the English sculler colonial. The latter won,

place yesterday between Bubear and Dutch, the former

and

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37s.

boat

1 9.

15s.

on

after for leading the distance. are matched to row again for £50, with the option of in the stake to £100 a side, creasing on or about the 26th inst. and Neil ; Matterson and C. have collapsing

the greater, Dutch and

of

part Couche

Stephenson £100 a side. match has yet

for

articles of the

The to

be

fixed.

The

Grand

of

the Royal recorded its entire of form disapproval of any Australian Federation to im tending the existing peril relations between the Colonies and the British Crown.

Lodge

institution

has

Melbourne, February 20. at Hargreaves, railway porter who was Bright charged yesterday with the embezzlement of money the of the Railway property Commissioner, has been remanded further pending Mr.

charges. A supply

of

tuberculin

been received

by Dr.

e

lymph

Elstor

has'

from

Dr.

of Berlin.

Koch,

Adelaide, 20. February a proclamation was w>nde for a period of two; years, prohibiting, the importation of sheep and sheep skins from Western Australia. J unctions are at quoted 32s. ' at Broken Hill £10 14s. week

Brisbane, February The Wolfgang station started ing with All

non-union

Clermont A'Hearn and

ou

a

trade.

Sydney, Yesterday into

fell

a

a

inan

the

board the drowned. At

J

Inspector kerosene tins

three shot,

percussion

ball

cartridges

caps,

to belonging who seem unionists, determined to oust the non-unionists from the shearing sheds throughout the colony. Sydney, 21. February Two men named Wilsen and Grieve were found at guilty the Central Criminal Court of yesterday one hundred stealing pounds from the of the Prymont Branch and English Scottish when Bank, as disguised detectives.

They

seven

hard

years'

were

sentenced

labour

to

each.

Melbourne, The cent,

Mercantile

declared

a

21. February Bank of Australia dividend of ten

per

annum.

per

gates

for

water steamer

meeting

19. February named McAllen while to trying

Coorong,

will

follow.

Adelaide, In the Governor's Uraidla Show His

INTERCOLONIAL.

I

that

seized filled with

there

yesterdayfrom

Intelligence

states

maritime

make

of

shearers

armed.

were

21. shear,

Tasmania, February 21. Mr. Bird, accompanied by Mr. Robt Henry, of Superintendent Telegraphs leaves Launceston to-morrow for the The other Sydney Convention. dele

demands

in

position that their

of

of

Collector

a delaidf

has

by that

Sons', are

employment

unrestricted

Brokens

Royal

week,

unattended

city,

creditors.

the

have

the operation of the its preventing abuse

of general acceptance federation tickets a lockout will be in evitable and this will be followed by a colossal and unprecedented sti ike in the its

Their at £130,000. are estimaiC liabilities of Messrs..Ray The creditors of London and Melbourne, Richards, .TV'i

arrangements

The

date

is

declare

thereby

poison,

remedy.

done in the latter

pressure for vessels to be entirely controlled them. The situation is so critical if the insists Shipping Federation

Imperial

& Watson Melbourne,

and

and

Orange

gaol,

Galway

arrival

al

Philip

London

the

to

under

the

should

be

it

.

to

is of Mr. announced late Private Lempriere, to the Earl of Kintore, Gov Secretary ernor South of and at one Australia, time Private to Sir W. 0. F. Secretary Robinson, in that colony.

of

the

signed

announced of Earl member of Lord Salis bury's government in 1885. The of Marquis is Londonderry six hundred evicting families at Silkworth. This action will probably cause a strike the entire throughout coalfield of Durham. The labor unions are noliticbrineiner

Aus

written

to

William

Clonmel

in

Beaucbamp,

death

Messrs,

the

Dillon and O'Brien who surrendered to at the police last and who were week,

is Portugal of nine millions The death

'

Chamber

them

in

is

President

Hicks-Berch, of

London

urging

The Everard

a

of his speech on the subject he condemned the system of differential duties the colonies' that slating naval! contributions were extremely insignifi-

Board

Zollverein

haviDg experienced the through passage to

second colonial conference. .Thff Chancellor of the Mr. Exchequer, Goschen, on behalf of the Government, of the disapproved and he idea, in

Michael

the

the

was

was introduced the A motion into House of Commons last Tuesday, by Mr. con Charles Edward Vincent, central servative the member fo" of Sheffield, division in favor holding

in

for

for

and

enormous

At of property

Empress

<

Sir of steamer

Sea

in

been

the

Prince of Wales will visit Highness Ireland the coming summer. during The statement which appeared in the World on that the Wednesday of Germany has an Emperor William in the ear affection is denied. The of Dowager

for

has

an

Pennsylvania,

on

of

the

and

fleet

floods

tributary

nuder prison infirmary, the gaol Mr. surgeons. confined to a cell. It is announced that his

the

Wallaroo

tralia,

FOREIGN.

P. and O. hours thirty-six

from

riot.

new

cruiser

V

The

to

Poisons

Last

Ou O'Brien

two of Mildura, will be Australia, commissioned at Sheerneas on the 28th inst The will be ready on Tauranga H M.S. March 1st. a screw Rapid,

Jntercolomal

anti

Secretary has been

Union,

inciting The the

Jfflteign

Wilson,

the summoned

the a

of

.

the

to

in

of

Ireland. is

'

piracy Mr. men's

otherwise. I I was always

or

Samuelson

to visit Austrnlia Green, propose to funds endeavour obtain towards of tenants relief the evicted

whenever expenses necessary. The Senate of the United States has the bill passed by a large Copyright This to majority. gives protection against

Mr.

is

the House Mr. J. Cox, member for and Mr. Commons East Clare member for Timothy Sullivan, College

Feb. 19.

and foreign authors of their works.

member

sitting

of

Gladstonian oeciion of the Liberal Party has paid £5000 to help the Irish in to Mr. Parnell and parly opposition has promised to assist them with election

British

Mr.

with

last

lodged removed

the

Pennrth and Barry. the Cardiff dock

London,

this

party the

at

has

Charles

Messrs.

The

me, in

Swansea,

to

labour

but

labour,

dined

Carrington

voluntarily Folkestone

abundant.

year, was counsel that the for

make

to

moment,

late

tended Free

pro

uot nature, concerned party

throughout. suit having

line

position the divorce

connec

effect

and others at the employed struck work docks, yesterday. is Considerable sympathy being shown for the strikers and it is by the public feared all the men follow railway will their The strike has already ex lead.

I

of

cause

Board

Sydney,

has been received to the Intelligence that the Chilian have insurgents the Port of the captured Iquique, of the territory of Tarapuca. capital

for

as

the

of damage has Johnston and Pittsburg. the estimated loss pi ice one million pounds.

Cardiff

he of the I took

ignorance

The

result.

well

as

visit

amonnt

boatmen

to

as

troops Teb, unopposed. The coloured labourers'

El

to

20. another

rate

deposits further

19. February works aqueduct yesterday by Governor

Act

bringing

Junctions

has received Australia in

was

River

Pharmacy lymph to

the

A

Ohio

have occupied.

Egyptian

Burns

Gladstonian. In consequeDce River Conemaugh,

on

the

the

possible.

months until cent,

per

the

a

which he claims is superior tuberculosis, inasmuch to Dr. as it does not Koch's, induce fever in the and is any patient innocuous. perfectly

interview heNew York

we

representative

passages

The

core

a

Khedive.

captured by thus making

night. Dilke has been requested to become one of the Liberal candidates for the of Forrest Dean division of at the next Gloucester elections. general

that

states

John

Sir

World

received from Berlin Liebrecht has discovered

Dr.

of the been

troops, to KaRsalla

Gladstone

ear.

statements.

report Parnell

Mr.

ween

to

;

absence.

advisers has

twelve

de

It

opened in the of a large Hopetoun, presence assemblage of the populace. At the ordinary of the meeting -Victorian Branch of the British Medi cal Association, held last Dr. night, Koch s cure for consumption was dis and a resolution cussed, carried that

British

declined. Lurd

the lespecting been published,

News interesting

and.

'

fixed

considered. resolved that the

Watts

granted

invitation with tion

of states that the health tho Emperor of Germany is causing considerable is feared His alarm. It from of the is cancer Majesty suffering

news.

of tonnage the

yesterday

was

were

joining

London, February

a

The

is

held which

Melbourne, The

decline finance to on the point. protests also refuses to give consent Fiance,. to of the surplus the utilization resulting from the conversion of the National debt of Egypt in the way proposed by the

Mr.

half

a

million

French

advance

re

ou last year's accounts surplus million sterling. Parnell will at the Irish Mr. preside men's banquet to be held in London Patrick's St. Day.

of

a

to

Tokar Khedive's

his

intends to cricketer, Essex for the time necessary him to play for that county.

of

Liverpool Federation.

iuterior

listen

a

on

supply of wheat estimated 45,712,000

is

Banks under

held

are

:

visible

an

the

of

against accused

the

months'

of France have the action protest against angry British in authorities establishing reforms in the in The' judiciary Egypt. Khedive and Riaz Pasha, the Minister made of the

Five

Baronet's guilt. also so testified

three

conditions

interest for shall be four notice.

Shipping Government The

occasion previous and was then discovered, compelled abstain from to sign an agreement

Egyptian showing

so as to secure excellence journalism in No effort or every department. will be spared to the expense provide latest and political, commercial, foreign,

Parnell

to

qualify An

in

Mr.

of Parliament the card scau-

let

and questious are being put by Ministers in the House of Com

The

paper. Arrange to ments are made the being procure services of men of the highest capacity

general

to

life.

good

on

type

not

for

Associated

the

unanimously

The

advancing.

is

cent.

per

flour

and

denied the charge, and the phatically when Prince of Wales, who was present the alleged took place, attended cheating the meeting and Btated was there ample

to

a first-class every lespecfc newspaper, produced by the and with machinery, printed

newest

members

2$

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The American

Sir William Gordon respecting his in commission Cumming resigning the Army. At a meeting of the Guards held yesterday, Sir William em Club,

was

in

morning clear

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Radical

determined drop,

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in a for jeopardized great crisis, the. want of an organ giviog independent to the political convictions of expression the lrirh people. is

at

to

Sir William and while cheating

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with

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resolution of sympathy and to take agreed in the pound.

passed the firm

fifteen

their

j

that

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is

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length go to the extreme but effective prosecution, the attacks be taken to refute steps will and made by Bismarck upon the Court the medium of the Government through decided

to issue decided. Irish National the is fixed capital

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meeting

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£60,000,

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files

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his

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country the Northern

representatives

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Junctions

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21, February speech at the'

aie

stated

trip

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Paterson

tho

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slioulcL.be

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by

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730

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then

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was on

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or

karri.

sides

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of and

tho the

carried.

is

so

clear

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whole.

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that binding discussed.

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he

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Council

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rejection

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reject tho

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Council

Appropria of the policy of decisions the

or accept a whole,

of

would the

which that

contemplate

the. it

possess. Treasurer

Colonial be

sent was

moved to

with

together motion

the

agreed

moved Darlot take steps to

the Loan

that the Legislative Bill.

to. that

Government the of prevent sale unlicensed under in houses, tho liquor of clubs. He then name described scenes which at a club at had occurred Mullewa. Mr. the and Keane seconded motion, in to the manner which the club referred Guildford had been established. near and Mr. Quinlan .Mr. Richardson spoke in support of the motion. The General Attorney his expressed of the motion and said he was approval the this had debate, on matter taken glad The matter of the Perth Club had place. been consideration. He under considered this club a monstrosity. was simply Motion to. agreed The Excess and 1889, the Bill, Excess were ordered to he Bill, 1890, passed and sent to the Council. up Legislative The of the select committee on report the Lunatic The Asylum, was considered. are the principal recommenda following It is necessary tions to erect an entirely ancl new The new separate building. structuro is to estimated cost £30,000, which would include furnishing and fitting establishment for two an hundred beds. The committee the statements support made by the Surgeon Superintendent as to the of the condition present unsatisfactory to call atten building. They also venture to the

tion

from

the returning the Legislative

the Loan As

small

remuneration

Superintendent, geon of all proportion out duties. responsible consider

of

and to

the

state

that important

his

Sur it

is

and

The staff, too, they to carry out inadequate their opinion they consider the isolated and do not sufficiently is

In

duties.

building recommend

their

the removal moved that

of

the

this

Asylum.

House having said report into consideration of opinion that are the Government should take such place the institu steps as shall tion on basis, in. a satisfactory accordance He read a with tho letter report. from Mr.

Scott the

taken

that each item be made the' subject loan estimate, and stating separate desired the that the. Legislative Counoil of the Legislative acquiescence Assembly in the suggestion. the The Colonial Treasurer moved

sembly

of the

:

p.m. 19.

Chair

means

growth

8-35'

that in desirable

moved it is

passed

reported.

February

took

Speakei-

was

1889,

Thursday,

of

Committee.

House

The Mr.

second

a

'

Bill,

and Committee adjourned

through

read

was

1890,

through

com reasons

to present purposes the resolution of to consider and Council, whether it be for this may possible House to assent to that resolution without undoubted to initiate right abandoning its The and control public expenditure. effect of if made practical resolution, law, is

Mr.

by a committee, has already appeared

of whose copy report in these columns.) Mr. Richardson and

following suggestion

House

Lower rejected

or

merits

should

to intro Health

'

Act

Scott. the

is not at liberty to amend financial measures" sent

House

Upper

and that from up accepted principle

Tho

Bill

the

General

to

agreeing "The House of As Council: Legislative had under considera has careful sembly tion the of the Legislative suggestion Schedule that of the each item Council, the 'of the Loan Bill be made subject for The Loan Estimate.' a separate Legis is aware that tho lative Council highest constitutional authorities are agreed that in with' or dealing money Bills, general Estimates and Acts, special Appropriation

Council,

Govern

leave Public

Bill

Scab

the

Treasurer,

said

the the

up to

and

committee

Colonial and Mr.

Treasurer

drawn

resolution

local

'

Apportionment

The

The

:

Colonial

should The

matter. the

given

was

a

General,

Attorney The

carried

reasons

up

amendment

Parker's

appointed

was

were

constitution

comprehensive

said the

time.

supported

20 to 12. declared

by

following

details 730

encourage

amend

deHamel

item each separate and thus Assembly, obtain practically

p.m. Premier inten any

the

had a

moved

Mr.

amendment.

Assembly might defeated subsequently by

Act.

tram.

special

:

House

18.

February the Chair asked

Colonial

ment Mr.

and a like opinion, members following Mr. and Mr. Randell'

hold

view the Mr. Scott.

weigh, the Legislative

being done spot realizes

ASSEMBLY.

Treasurer consider the

be

reasons.

up

Richardson

this

tion

puttingof bonuses

the

Canning

;

forward

scheme industries.

House

opposed the motion. said it was much to be Barker very that should have any regretted they with the Council. Legislative divergence That with He moved respect to message this No." 5 of the Council, Legislative House with that a conference requests Honourable and that the Hon." J. Body, the Hon. S. and Messrs. Forrest, Burt, Richardson, Loton, deHamel, and Canning, S. H. Parker be managers/' The General it was considered Attorney the duty of the Upper House to suggest a

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the of

tion

Lancashire Company. Mr of £350 in Devenish the held a policy South British Company, which will in part him for the loss sustained. The indemnify of the conduct immense irreproachable of the to the scene crowd drawn conflagra of remark, and tion is too worthy great to the readiness cannot be accorded praise' to with which volunteers' forward sprang a in the work hand laborious of give the

2d.

Richardson

Mr. whether

crowd

to the &

to

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;

Wednesday, Speaker took

The

immense

immense

£1000

£5

LEGISLATIVE

and got to work poured a They, smartly stream of water on the strong burning but without any buildings, appreciable had miich effect the fire too as gained The building headway to- be controlled. of the was the property Congregational and insured in the W. A. was Community, Fire

six

cent.

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hay,

draw

the

Mr.

the encourage

PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY.

sheets

the in

by

this

at from

business Wheat

potatoes, and cheese, 9d.

to

that

of suggestions and a committee

Council

Government

and when the con Hay-street, was it seemed flagration raging most fiercely if all Perth had to view the 'as assembled The two are scene. shops completely and when broke the morning part gutted, walls These of the alone were standing. down in the forenoon of were pulled The Fire Fremantle Brigade Tuesday. with their for and was engine telephoned to

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in

prompt

per

2d.;

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colony

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of

upwards £10

in

once

available

good

the

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are

produce

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half

a

in

that

or

skyward

Mr.

up

this moved

adopt

Legislative appointed

representatives of the rights any the branch of

'

being

Ministry. said will we have it already in abundance that is money investment. awaiting Large-

sums

and

seven

at

of He

to

The

operations couple

the reward gold in this

over

what

small

mooted

that

payable

gathered the spot

or

been

and the

From be

and

inactive,

Assembly

lative

in

collected

!

-

-

into

Bunbury,

Albany, whereas

tongue shaped

of

extent a remedy provide by existence a class, of hotels without the be frequented may into contact with all danger of coming most and dangerous in that is disgusting fallen humanity. it

the

Monday

lane

'

see

to

refuses

was

of

rains

insignificant. Only a water are at work, again It is to be hoped now

of batteries the trouble.

at a few minutes to evening, the it that was discovered shop in eight, Anderson occupied by Messrs. Hay-street, fire. The bell & Barr was on alarm was and the members of the Fire Brigade rung It was were on the spot. soon quickly and found -that the premises were doomed, the of the exertions firemen, despite number of assisted willing by a large to the adjoining the flames spread workers, Devenish, and this shop occupied by Mr. would share the it soon became evident tooj of the tenement. Great fate adjoining fear felt that the shop rented was by Mr. J. Brown, which is separated by a narrowOn

Frethe

Licensed Victuallersa Premier who /waited recently upon the that prostitues madh the request strange their to should be permitted frequent Why are our publicans places of business. bo anxious that women who make a trade should be allowed free access of immorality to their ? Our taverns places of business do not even bear the best of all, now, The addition of the contemplated repute. to the questionable attrac "inducements" offer tions which some of them already near would bring them down to perilously the level of places which decent people do The proviso about not frequent. propriety of conduct is a mere There empty phrase. for good conduct where can be no security are allowed to mingle abandoned women in intimate with men companionship This evil we inflamed by strong drink. will never be suffered to exist. trust Should it do so however we may hope to calling which

seems

giving

m

Legislature.

On

good deal

a

people

that

thought

lie as

jiistified

privileges

this

that ought to know

who

do

can

but,

I'Change

The

Mr. tary, at his residence, The party which dinner the Governor, included His Excellency of. the Upper the members the Ministry, House and the Speaker of the Legislative. Council, proceeded by launch to Crawley. deputation

Mining on

possibly if it were to Geraldton, possible at R-otbiiesb for ashort time during sojourn hundreds of persons would the hob season, take the opportunity of a couple-of hours to visit the island. Let a townsteaming site be declared, and hotel accommodation will soon follow. Rottnest will soon be of or come the "Brighton" "Ramsgate" W. A., and no doubt a couple of steamers will be laid on for the con quickly and visitors. venience of residents

of At a special meeting of the Chamber resolu held on Manufacturers, Tuesday, the were tions protesting against passed Government with of the hurried, action of duty increase to the proposed regard tobacco. leaf on unmanufactured

..

travel

or

the

more

.

some

of the

and

bill,

money not

wore

Mr.

due

be mentioned

may those

a

they

agreed Harper.

the

considered

'operations

amend

Mr.

has. been money brought into the with Colony for the last two months than reached the view of investment here the two This is during preceding years.

i

..

parachutist on Tuesday descending

from

Legislative

in

long

enumerated

to

indication

an

new

Establishment penal come in for some severe criticism at the hand of our con lately the Daily News. In Parlia temporary the the too, upon ment, expenditure island has been commented upon. Why be kept should Rottnest up as a purely Government institution where no person allowed to land without a is special In time we the ? hope to see permit to In fact island thrown visitors. open there is no reason why a townsite should there a,nd thrown not be planned open for selection.. wealthy Many of our too citizens and others would be only residences if it there,' glad to build marine were ground. possible to buy or lease the Visitors to Melbourne well know the benefit of a trip to and why Queenscliff— of not bh'e Rottnest become Queenscliff in Fremanble and Pejrbh, and those towns the Eastern Districts? At a present "ozone" has to a little person seeking

riding

was

admit

to

message

Council. suspended. Standing orders Treasurer contended that ,The Colonial to tlie had no Council power Legislative

course.

The Aboriginal at Rottnest has

.

Sarreen

named

man

a

a

I

the

thrown

and had

:

and

Monday evening

was ,

I

of

Mr.

Padbury

"VV.

Mr.

W.

Traylen

on

the

subject.

seconded

the

resolu

tion. The?

ment

Treasurer Colonial had placed nlj59

said the Govern the estimates.

on

|

On

a

orders

standing

conference.

asked.

are

prices safe, and

pours.

Hoc

the

consideration

"

colony last steadily during Trade is fortnight. generally lively, to boom which except in land, an attempt in the discom resulted recently complete fiture of the promoters. However, inquir ies are numerous aud eligible properties both in the City and country have buyers

of

one

circles

maintained

was

of the fleetvessels to Mr. Streeter pearling belonging of in a heavy gale London, was caught off last Sunday morning and foundered Point Gautheaume. The crew managed to themselves to the save by clinging Mr. broken The Captain, Davis, spar. to was saved by a Malay lad, who swam to keep him where he was endeavouring self afloat by the aid of a box, and brought him to the spar. The whole crewfloated to lancL safely The

development

practical commercial

in

lately

The

of the

and

of

special large numbers

the Licensed representing Association introduced by Mr. T.. F. Quinlan, waited M.L.A., upon the Premier on Tuesday morning to bring to certain under which his notice grievances labored. The Premier said they they but had his strong sympathy, nothing session. could be done during the present in which With the regard to the manner conducted he would confer clubswere with his colleagues.

now

welfare

rates

at

Victuallers'

to I give say that you valueless you valuable for me. Some may make it than this surely, might thing more, of those be expected reasonably custodians are the appointed who

better land

little

ran

discoursed band refreshments light

the indeed are all outside that may be thought should Government

means

Department

trains

a

to

committed

of

fleet

Steamship Company was The public inspection. Railway

excursion

order, Rome. and

Australia

the

thrown

Adelaide for open

j

Janny

of

heads

to

the

the

The

the

addition

the the

Bullara

j

j

Father

also

These project; and it helps, the Colonial

. .

of

visitors.

as

latest

steamer

new

of

suspension

His

by

to

of the

-

3 p.m.

and who

in :

them

Parliament

new

at

success. He hopes to meet with Will appeal to his friends in Europe,

then

the

Yesterday

an in aid enterprise effectively fair to be successful that bids so the state of the hap in bettering Hitherto the Gov less aborigines. to has confined its ernment help of of tracts the mere concession sounds but land. This generous,

;

the

themselves

will

men

Propaganda '

many

of

prorogued to-day the Governor. Excellency

to

first

and present, the .difficulty this respect

"

to

means

of number These suffice for the: there will remain In to money.

session

be

On Monday evening the delegates to re'r West Australia at the Federal present Convention were chosen by Parliament. In the Upper House Mr. J. W. Hackett and Mr. J. A. Wright were and elected, the choice of the Lower House fell, upon the Speaker, Sir James G. Lee Steere, the Troasurer, Mr. J. Forrest, the Com missioner of Crown Lands, Mr, W. E: Mr. W. T. Loton Marmion, and Mr. A. Forrest.

good

-

He the missioners.

staff.

at

wish

first

will

.

it

The

place

.

'.

recruit raise

took

and day at Albany, happy years of wedded life.

|

of Mr.

marriage which

Handley,

.

"

-.

will

Miss

/.

Janny

the

glad to notice

are

and Carner the other

i

.

Father

We

obtained. able to be

unjustly

concessions

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and

ordered

Bayswater

body

suggested

and

adopted, accordingly. (The were

the

Amendment

Bill.

J

of

part

Company.

the

said Colonial Treasurer, replying, of the Government had not attention

The the been

They

matter. to the the Company

drawn

officially with contract

beyond, of the of carrying that 1888, regarding to would be referred etc. The letter mails, and Government, Australian the South to ihe matter. attention called their from received His Excel A message was recommending that on lency the Governor, for 20th a charge February, and after the into imported unmanufactured, tobacco, of at the rate be made the colony should had

2s.

no

lb. House

per The

the

considered

in

message

Committee. in Treasurer moved that The Colonial on unmanu of the lieu payable duty /now should be a charge tobacco, there factured West into Australia on tobacco imported the 20th February a duty as on and after per lb. follows Tobacco, unmanufactured, the to to, 2s. Motion agreed reported A Bill intituled an and adopted. House, on the duty unmanufactur Aet to increase :

ed

then

was tobacco, The following

Loan

time.

first

a

relative message received from the No.

was

Bill

read

to

the

the

in

said

message be pursued, insist to

as

pressing the

one

.

.

The

for

the

of

improvement

.

"

to the insertion of has no objection Audit in the Act, now proposed clause Council." before the Legislative Motion agreed to. the In supply of the Committee report the 1891, on the Estimates. regarding No. 4 of His the messrige Excellency Governor, was a further adopted, granting of £373,703 12s. lid. supply in were recommitted The estimates No. 9. of His order to consider message the Governor, recommending Excellency further of £2620 for the the expenditure House

the

-

1891.

year Fortifications The the

vote to

of the favour

in

incurred Constitution

for

the

pro in he

expenses

of passing His Excellency

Officer

Medical pgggcl,

been

the

during

but Bill, refused by letter, did hot intend Government further in the matter. any

the ceed .

had

it

for

the the

therefore

had

Governor

to

pro

£100.

Dougarra:

House

Light

at

vote

That

Cossack.

making

Postmaster

and

£20

be

Passed/

£160.

it

Telegraphist,

Passed.

£100.

Auditor House then

General

Pension, The

1891, in

Passed

£400.

considered

the

Scab

Act

committee.

Amended, and reported

an

message

through

passed was

received —

Council conveying Bills The following :

National Library of Australia

from their

The

reading

Excess

of

Speaker

for

stating that not

do so facturer and

at such had

the

moved

the

that

he

of the with. Bill

The

second

The

colony

second

time.

at

adjourned

bonus

to Mr. would

the

12-40

p.m.

Front

Chair at 730 p.m. in of Crown Lands, said that several in

'

for

to

award for

the

concurs

by

adopted Conference,

matter

the

The

in

coucurs

"That moved, reso following

the

;

.

valuable

services

vention

of

national

of

the

oh

all

of and

principles That to

colonies

an

at

act, union

Legislative (2.)

tralian

to

capacity,

higher

one

the Con-, Federal the

seven opinion since have de elapsed life of Australia in pop in the and in resources,

wealth,

template#,

of the that

its

have

in ulation, self-governing the justifies

ernment,

of the members in founding

1883 declares

it Council, which years the veloped

which extent times con

these Executive

just the union

to;

contemplated

coloniesGov

the several of" the Aus the fore

by

the remoter Australasian resolution, shall be entitled to admission colonies at such times and on such conditions as may.be here

going

agreed

upon.

Conference

That take

(3.)

should

the

members

such steps the. legislatures

of as

be necessary to induce may colonies of their to appoint, respective during National the to a present year, Delegates Australasian Convention, empowered to con and an sider scheme report upon

adequate

a

Federal

Constitution,

Constitution."

adopted

as

with together any be Constitution, for the possible, of

this

solutions

the

with

Western

motion

and

was

Sholl

and

Mr.

.

.

F. '

Mr. Mr, Richardson, deHamel, Mr. A. M?. Cookworthy, Mr. in favor of Paterson were

because

the

to.

Agreed

,

Bus Treasurer explained Bill in the been included not was survey completed:

not

The

the

colony. be with

by

documents

(5).

a

to represent Australasian members

the

Convention, to such

as soon, of the Parliament -the foregoing

submitted, That

forwarded

That

relating

approval to

message and therein, Council will

five

(4.) the

the

desiring

House

as

re

Legislative their con that the

requesting two appoint the colony Convention,

of this

further

than finished

was

extension

to the

Motion the

v

far

as

of the

mitted

hut

Bunbury,

thither

line

House. second

for

as

soon

House

at

adjourned

5.35.

.1

p.m.

would

reading

it

as

IRISETOWN.

the

Busseltoh,

as

be

sub

carried

on

(From Our

oices.

The

committed, to, agreed reported adopted. The Treasurer moved the Colonial of the standing to allow suspension orders, Motion of the ;third: reading. opposed by Mr. R who F. Sholl urged there must be an absolute of sixteen members majority he did Finding there was such a majority,

of their the at to

who

our

annual took

which

Bill

was

very that

own Correspondent.) and Festival Athletic Sports place on the 9th inst. passed off

The

successfully.' could be desired.

Handicaps but

for

call and Mr. Carried Bill

a

Mr.

Parker the

supported

concurring 'Federal House

motion.

weather The

all

was

entries

The

delegates. Treasurer, Crown tion. elected

and

the

Lands were Mr. Loton

by House

elected and Mr.

without A. Forrest 1155

at'

Feb.

for

the

yards

16

act will

8th. three J.

won

E

Twine

of

Bourke,

3rd.

Next

the

;

were

'

p.m.

E.

Twine

M.

P. 4th, J. Lawler

the

heats.

J, came

following Heats.

are

W.

G. Donegan 3rd, Lawler J. 5th, Bourke Jas. 7th,

2nd, J.

second The

with

Jas.

various

the

com

maiden

The.

Programme,

by

Handicap

6th, For

round

winners

there

were

were

follows: 13 yds,

as

G. Donegan For the Final Heat, each man many naturally supporters, favourite and: would, Jas. Bourke was first have the I think, confidence fully justified of his two had he not made supporters, starts and been back 2 in false put yards The men to a bad consequence. got away the best G. Donegan of it. start, getting in thiB the tape G. order;: They breasted Donegan 1st, J.Coyne 2nd, Jas. Beurke

Coyne

Jas.

24.

;

busy running

and

The ten.

;

unable

were

times

the

on

was

1st, Throssell

Coyne

opposi

The Speaker took the Chair at 230 p.m. to Mr. The. Colonial Treasurer in reply deHamel, said the P. & O; and Orient steamers paid £30 for entry,; the; Messato £20. The for coaling geries charge was £15. steamers, including pilotage, would be glad to con The Government sider the equalisation of the dues when the matter came before tliern. in The Commissioner of Railways, to Mr. said the present Parker, reply contract with the Great Southern Rail-, would expire of mails way for- tlie carriage ia a few days. arrangement By the new 15th .March an after the express train, at (i in would leave Albany p.m., arriving to catch the down train to Perth. Beverley on' There would also be a thrcugh service be £1600, in The cost would Thursdays. addition to the present rate of £2; 000. Mr. Traylen moved that in the opinion, in the of this House, a complete reform several branches of the Railway Depart ment at is to the Fremantle, necessary of and the economical safety travellers, Mr. of the Eastern Railway. working the Mr. Forrest seconded motion. Keane Throssell, Mr. Mr. Richardson, and Mr. Clarkson spoke in favour of the but were of opinion that it should motion,, be were sure the withdrawn, as they Government would move in the matter to it. now that their attention was drawn The Commissioner assured of Railways the hon. member that he would inquire into the matter, and the House might be if sure that he was able to lay his hand be removed. upon any blot it would Motion withdrawn. Mr. Keane moved that the reply of the to Commissioner' to awards with respect of a payable be paid for the discovery, and that the is not satisfactory goldfield be claims of the present applicants

the

past

first

winners

H.

ballot.

adjourned

half

Twine

of

Commissioner

at

Sheffield

the

to elect the proceeded the Colonial Speaker, the

want

350

Sheffield 32, of those

of account of training.

on

Donegan 2nd,

voices.

third

then

number

the race, 9 entries,

opposed

time and passed. the of announced receipt Council from the Legislative to in the resolution relating Convention passed by the

a

run

menced

Speaker

message

the

the

on

read

The

division.

a

Richardson

were

great

a

to for

yds,

11-j

Bourke

Hi

yds.

found

:

..

j

'

the best interest and the present and ference, of the Australian colonies future prosperty under will be promoted union by an early while the the Crown and, recognising

the

the

R.

Tuesday,

reso

Feder adopted by the Australasian on the 13tli Conference, February That, in the opinion of the Con ("I)

after

Mr.

Colonial had

The

"That

Feder February,

13th

Treasurer

Colonial House

of"

between Station

Australian the

on

'

under

the

South

Assembly.

replying

moved following

the

1890.

1890

moved:

the

opposed

and

The

The

the Railway

in

defi

no

transit

Treasurer

the dis

the

Government

the of

and

Colonial

lutions, ation

that

consider

Flats

House

lutions, ation

Treasurer

motion.

seltoh

the

of of

respect

the

means

Walkaway. The

this

passed. of

by

not

23.

Government

said

Traylen, be glad better providing at

a

read

.-

of a payable but goldfield, covery arrived at. nite decision had been Commissioner of Railways, The

this

was

F.

.

that the be inter

care

February

took

Goldfield offered by

Yilgarn

the

read

was

Bill

R.

;

and.

others; chance.

his not

Commissioner

claims

take

would

a

manu

and

take

Mr. to Traylen, had been made

reply

him

must

Monday, Speaker

The

would

read

was

House

The

that.

as

interviewed

Legislature

The

6s.

his the the

Saturday of £376,substitu

the 3d.

1891,

Bill,

way. of

would

surveys

by

Mr. A. Forrest, The Sholl, the The General, Speaker, Commissioner of Crown and Mr. Lands, Clarkson the Bill. supported Mr. Throssell, supported by Mr. Keane and Mr. Quinlan, that suggested the firm of Messrs. Dixon and Sons be to clear allowed lbs of tobacco at 10,000 Is. which wpuld be equivalent to per lb., them a bonus of £500. giving Mr. Pearse moved that the charge be reduced to Is. 9d. On a division the Bill carried was by 20 to 2. The Bill was amend agreed to without ment and reported. -.The Public Health Act Amendment Bill was taken in committee and amend The was ed. amendment principal the moved by Mr. Traylen, conferring duties of a local board under the principal Act ofCouncils as Councils Municipal and not as health boards. Bill agreed to and reported. General The, Attorney moved the of the Rules and adoption joint Standing Orders relating to Private Bills.

Bill."

Parker

Forrest, the

of introduction for the foregoing

go from

way

£216,684

reading

Mr.

the

cost

a

told

was

The

time and Colonial

Randell. Mr. Scott, Mr. Clarkson,

amount include the

should

Amendment

Act

supported

the

of

sum

Scab

Railway

Supply

the

Mr.

Attorney

time.

third

,

line

amended

was

the

second

a

(unmanufactured) was for Duty impossible the Government to risk £10,000. losing of encouraging manu They were desirous factures in the could not Colony, but they

Legislative members National

Legis

receipt ex Council, amendments

Committee

Colonial Treasurer of the Tobacco Bill. He said it

currence

assent to Bill 1889.

the

lid.

The of

the

,a

the

Appropriation

The 1

in

all

aspirations and Valley,

time.-

;

committee

House.

in

of Mr. Parker, 12s. lid. did

amount.

Council,

to the

the

voted. already Leave was given for Bill Appropriation

for

added to the Greenbushes

A

said

first

level the

Hand at once. agreed to. last resolution passed amount supplies to the

12s.

tion of The

£60,000

colonies.

Passed

Government to of His Excellency,

him

recoup

l.rl

lative the

£2000.

Albany,

Treasurer

Colonial intention a

pose order

at

323

time.

Legislative

of the

information of £376,323

works

new

The

granting

Act.

report adopted,

was

:

whereof is the cost intended,' harbour any loan the out of to be defrayed monies, of the works proposed plans and sections with thereof a state together or copies the nature and extent ment showing be laid before both Houses shall of. thereof for their Parliament approval. this Treasurer moved That The Colonial

the

Audit

fered

to is and properly pre rightly not on the nevertheless pared No. 5, in its message conveyed suggestion Loan Bill before now and will agree to the that the the House, provided following Audit Bill be added to the now clause under consideration it is to undertake Whenever proposed any

Speaker

concurrence

to

second

a

announced

from

down

read

was

message

:

laid

Motion

Bill.

Bill

The

Mr.

9. Council:— Message Council acquaints Speaker, The Legislative that it has this Assembly the Legislative resolution day agreed to the following while not that House this admitting That No. 9 of the Legislative Assembly accurate of the the lawful Legis rights ly declares and in regard to controlling lative Council bills and of with estimates dealing money constitutional on that practice expenditure, tive

of the

The

in

dead

a

satisfy the Avon

and shortest the fields. The

to

put

supported;

was

hot

that

was

capital he

and Mr. Canning would not of the but were oppose motion, opinion of that the the present Health amendment Act would not the con improve existing dition of sanitary matters. Mr. to pro Traylen thought it necessary ceed and asked for a postpone carefully, ment

there

could town

straightest

and, motion, Randell,

Sholl

and

every idea

Scott

revenue

Legisla

F.

'a

route

Mr. by Mr. deHamel, Mr. R. F. Mr. Keane, Mr. Throssell, Sholl, and Mr. Hassell. Ricjiardson The Colonial said he could not Treasurer 'see; any neces exhaustive examination was

They

pro intro

Mr.

Quinlan, R.'

the

with

railway. supported

a

motion. Mr.

the

possible, the

on

Mr. Parker Mr., Mr. Hassell, Mr. Pearse and Mr.

board. the

the

!

3rd.

'.

.

The

j

Race,

Boys'. was

entries,

B.

by

won

which,

for

there; B.

Morrell,

8

were

-Murphy

2nd. 100 yds, was won Championship, by T. E. Buckley 2nd. Lawler, with 16 The 350 yds. Handicap, entries, of the day, proved the best race being run the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd man to in two heats, The

P.

J.

in

run

the

T.

by

J.

The

final.

Bourke

heat

first

was

won

in On

magnificent style by about 20 yards. the passing judges but he Bourke fell down exhausted, quick T. Driscoll 2nd, H. Throssell ly recovered; 3rd. 2nd heat:. Jas. Twine Bourke, 1st, 3rd. T. Final heat.: 2nd, T.' E. Buckley 1st. Jas. Bourke Driscoll 2nd; T. J. Bourke 3rd. Losers'

The

the

Handicap, was

programme,

by

won-

E.

last

the

on

Weston,

T.

2nd.

Coyne

Mr.

The

J.

H.

judges, Monger and Mr. John French, gave every satisfaction, as Geo-. the Mr. and the did Sinclair, starter, Mr. J. M. To Carroll. energetic secretary, the thanks of the commit those gentlemen in due for the manner tee are which they their duties. discharged under The bazaar, the management of our

ypung, The

cess.

sum are

following ladies

to

awarded Bourke,

1

ladies,

whom for

their

crowned

was

realised the names too

much

was

of

praise

with

£30. the

suc

The

ypung

cannot

be

valuable

Misses Bresnahan, Bourke, E. Bowen. The and O'Neil, are following who the the ladies refresh kindly supplied the Mrs. W. ments during Eaton and day Mrs. O'Neil. Mr. Yates kindly supplied The committee the fruit. beg to. tender thanks to all those: sincerest their ladies, to Mrs. and Mrs. O'Neil W. Eaton especially to- whose it .'lot fell to supply all the refreshments services: McManus, E.

:

|

:

.

'if

prevent, conduct

nominated seconded

a

Eastern

goldfields, mo£t suitable

.

such

of

the

selecting

of

sary,

giving

out

view,

the

on

likely spots' the eastern

.

to

intend taking of repetition

the

action

duction

the

conduct the passenger Government

to carry Act, without

f

This

of

principle

to municipalities of the Health

power visions

Act.

Amendment the

of

reading

second

all and

,

What

Public Health introduced

Bill

the

to be other

the

settled

!

traffic.

3.

the

moved

of

I

service

to Government as efficiently, regards the

with

tract

con

de Hamel

coiony equal

Motion

;

,

by

of their

terms

Mr.

the

advantage

little

statesmen

.tfie

Railway for

;

Act

the

thought

meet

between

Bill

amendments in embodied in message No. are 9, given the report of Friday's proceedings.) .The on the Scab report of the Committee amended

_

bound

not

are

the

a

of the Council message Legislative Audit Bill was then the con regarding the amendments and sidered, by that

which this the others upon

upon to meet

at'

be

a to them in was great advantage this He believed this, governing colony. be one step Federation nearer meeting would and that they ought to do all in their power to with the other colonies in this great join national Convention at Sydney. was The resolution adopted. Mr. that it is desirable to Harper moved of the make a careful examination country

time.

first

to

would

colonies,

of.

The

'

'

able

be to printed. construction of to Busseltoh was

the

authorise

from

railway, read a

,,,,,,

He

the

was

|

-

to

Bill

which

it

represented

;

purposes. the out that ques The Speaker pointed form. be put in its present tion could not that said he felt assured Mr. Throssell of. in the wisdom believed the Government and he would therefore his suggestion, the question. withdraw 1. If Mr. asked the Premier:— Quinlan to the letter had been called his attention of the 13th inst., jn the Albany Advertiser s. s. by the by 74 passengers signed and forth last setting trip, Albany oil her made for the lack of utter the provision board dur of those cn and safety comfort Whether the owners ing the ,2, voyage.

read

Report A

occasion be able

terms.

that be

to

without any unnecessary delay. seconded. Mr. A.. Forrest of The Colonial Treasurer said not one the many claimants for the reward had addressed the new Government. They to were deal with the prepared quite matter. He knew there were four appli for cants the £1000. Motion agreed to. The House went into Committee on the Tobacco (Unmanufactured) Duty Bill. a petition to Mr. Symon presented the signatures which were attached of 440 residents of Fremantle protesting against the imposition of the increased duty. said the colony The Colonel Treasurer not to could afford suffer the loss to of £7,510. revenue Even at the: increased duty of 2s. there would be a loss of £3,751. Mr. an in Symon suggested crease of duty of 3d. in three months :

,

2 30

would

House

pleasure House

Convention,

first

House.

of the

sitting

the

to

Bayswater

his the

of

at the colony gentleman

hon.

-

at the

expressed intention

at 6 p.m. adjourned Saturday, February 21. at 11 a.m. The Speaker took the Chair Mr. Traylen brought up the report the Select ou the adulteration Committee

;

-

from

railway

a

he con

of liquors.

at

tlie' Chair p.m Speaker took of asked the Commissioner Mr. Throssell not, desirable to ap if it is Crown Lands local knowledge in possessing point officers districts to give information the various for land, available agricultural respecting

r

that moved the authorise

Treasurer Bill to

a

the

be appointed to represent said The Convention.

and

Bill,

'

The

20.

February

Friday,

of

Busseltoh

!

The

Colonial bring in

struction

,

the Loan 1890, with Amendments.

Bill Bill

.

The

11 p.m

adjourned

Audit

would

addition

Bill. £30,000 to the Loan and Mr Mr. Richardson Pearse, Mr. The resolu the motion. Sholl supported of with the amendment carried, tion was for should." "shall House

Excess

the

it.

the

of

The

the

.

for

Bill

against

spoke

add

.

Loan

to the Randell

to

.

Mr.

reguire-

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present prepared

.

not

.

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were

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meet

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.

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should be removed from the Admiralty Charts.— T. M; Almond, Portmaster. Electoral. The Roads following Board for the election returns current are notified : Roads year Greenough Board Mem Chairman, Thomas Clinch. Arnold Leverbers, Meadowcroft, Lewis Reuben E. Morrell man, Kojonup Roads Board. C.-Climie. Member, Robt. Boat Licenses. Board for appointed the purposes of granting licenses to boats vessels and will meet on the steamers, Perth days at 10 a.m. Jetty, following 2nd March Tuesday, Monday, March 3rd Fremantle, Wednesday, March 4th March 5th. Thursday, Post Ofpice Savings Bank. Interest

have alone.

been

witnessed

And

what

by

"FEBRUARY

THURSDAY,"

12th.

Federal Council. dated January 29th,

Proclamation

By

prorogued

;

.

Mary

;

;

;

now

to

for see

eye

what a this poor

this

young feel her

to her, her white which light touch on hair, been smoothed had always before by a to receive her kisses, to heat hireling, her voice sweet and to recognize the and accent tones of her beloved Raoul.

:

Governor of 1891, the the Council. Federal the SecDespatches. A despatch from of State for the retary Colonies, transmit from the of a note received ting a copy Mexican to the referring Charge d'Effaires, citation of the heirs of the late James of Lower California, Randell, intestate, in to who are to be Australia supposed from the 18th claim months within eight the Secretary October last. A despatchfrom a of State for the Colonies, copy enclosing of an order to the Queen in Council issued under The Jurisdiction Act, Foreign in Brunei Order 1890" The entitled 1890." Council, of the Central Appointments. Members Hon. G. Chairman Board of Education Hon. W. E. M.L.C. Members Shenton, G. Randell, M.L.A.. W. Marmion, M.L.A., MacT. Loton, Wilson William M.L.A., Assistant as an pherson to act temporarily The of Sheep, under Scab Act, Inspector 1885." W. A. Volunteer Force. 2nd J. Lieut. A. E. Humble, Fremantle Rifles, resigned.

Tasmania

keen

almost too joy, blighted heart, happy creature

-

God's

dream,

a

GAZETTE.

;

that this last perceives almost dangerous for her She tucks her in up settles her lace nightcap with at

happiness grandmother. her bed, tender

near

is

smile

sweet

a

open

Margaret brought

sweet

Her

lips.

once

more

her

to

round her half face reminding

playing

'

home

of the many

young

and her

years

and bitterly she wept that night by her girl

Long

then

over

ago. the

bedside, to her grief returned made her short prepara

stifling

and

room

tions for When

child

little

home. opened her eyes next found her grandmother

returning

Mary

she morning, over her. watching She quickly brushed the hair from off her and temples put up her rosy

cavesses face and kissing her once to that of her pale visitor for a will " 6$ per cent per annum more she says "Good till Have I then been so tokiss. night lazy ?" be charged on advances made after 22nd morrow !" in her most tender accents. said she. who had made L, up my Bank January from Post Office Savings To-morrow No it is not mind to watch for a dream. your awaking, Funds on the security of freehold property Yes these to-morrow ineffable dearest Reserves. The re grandmamma. My mother, joys. following public And the poor between should have warned me it serves are notified Williams No. 1769, mother, divided Margaret this new love and her faithful was late. 160 acres. Bounded on the North and so poignantWest East 40 chains by lines for Mary's unhappy parents, Mme. de 'Vieux fixed a extending at troubled regrets and South 40 from a spot situate 20 chains last look on her grand falls a child. asleep heavy sleep that North and 20 chains West from Bejalling " rests her over-strained nerves. little I am one, My darling sorry Soak, which lies about 260 chains North, Then retires to her own I have to cause Mme. Mary room, you pain, 103 degrees from Location 73 at East, the new room so unlike she wished to without the one Kermadec Carbakine the opposite boundaries go away beiDg has left for the at Plesvien. the furni a and she showed me so Writs issued and equal, and bearings true. No. All 'Educational. parallel leave-taking the Black of members to serve on Bounded ture is covered with silk her election how painful the adieux would 1770, 500 acres. by lines start hangings, plainly District of wood and Boards the Northern shore of DumbleNorthampton bed has lace curtains be that I gave ing from front to spare my consent, hanging to a pot Education. Lake and extending North yung brass is under and her. a flowered rods, carpet you Board Election. Roads Wellington, about 25 chains North from the Northher feet and \ aluable are of distress ornaments A cry E. M. Clarke. escaped Mury's member, 211 West corner of Williams Location 1884. about the the breast and she burst Designs Trade Marks distributed room on into She and Act, tears. thence East 50 chains, South about 90 J. Stafford Handsworth, tables and was accustomed however Ascough, agent, mantleshelf. She cast a not to yield to the shore and chains, of the said lake, a trade shire, England, applies to register to the look around to herself and the sad sigh that delighted point her, and then long, along it Westwards starting mark in respect to various articles. said Location 211. is reached her ear reminded of the lamp which her that she excluding Stopping by the soft light Bankruptcy 1871. Bank The Act, and stock. veiled places for travellers shaded was re Mr. J. her grandmother. In by a handsome affecting Morrissey, sheep globe, By ruptcy Bankruptcy.— In the Supreme Court A. she perceives beside an heroic effort farmer, Nannakine, Irwin; she soon Upper Margaret standing altogether of West Australia. ar by trustee. Liquidation Liquid the Meadowcroft, appointed bed. overcame and once more her sorrow, a instituted or ation: In M. R. Meagher, late farmer, rangement composition by re " Let me smile lit while near features. stay yet a little up the old lady's of creditors, James of Perth 1st Roach, innkeeper. meeting Albany, general in a whisper. a However now Creditors to debts you" said she almost painful Mr. R. S. Haynes offices, inst., required prove feeling Perth, 28th " I wish hair Mourambefore of Particulars to plait once on As long as 11 a.m. In re G. Walton, farmer, 26th your more, February. weighed poor Mary. 17th Creditors to prove on or before to be sent to John of was with her she was bine; Moir, Albany, able to girl." Margaret my darling In mercantile instant. re J. V. Ulrich, trustee. John of Gardner, Perth, He voice is so restrained and feel gentle, enjoy her new surroundings 1st general clerk, Fremantle meeting of storekeeper, a adjudicated bankrupt on But without bitterness. herself at home. Mary's Mr. A. G. Farrelly's Fre loving creditors offices, 26th of will for a dis 1889, July, apply heart knows there is a grief Now a fit of homesickness 11 a.m. In J. hidden darkened 27th instant, re mantle, A on the 3rd of March, 1891. charge to there all more it Creditors the because around her. Even R&ach, innkeeper, -Albany her to declared heavy everything dividend is intended be in the on or before 20th instant. will not prove unbosom itself. of knew nothing those matter of Cornelius grandmother Joseph Chambers, of of sadness takes she had loved. a on A feeling All her old Perth, baker, surround adjudicated bankrupt possession FEB. 19th. PERTH, THURSDAY, of her the 30th of May, 1890. In the matter of the and she tastes and the past seemed entirely cut ings, painfully John James of bankruptcy petition against for there was no one dregs which lie at the bottom off, to speak to every with of Perth, it is order Proclamation. In accordance Grant, hotelkeeper, and which about render the these things. cup of happiness " 21 of the Imperial Statute The ed that the said John James Grant be, seo. almost of life that we great joys realized cannot sud disappointing. Mary Council of Australia and he is Federal 1885," Act, hereby adjudged bankrupt. commenced to unfasten our in life with to of the creditors Margaret denly change sphere that assented in the first The first meeting Act, general every the beautiful black hair she had so ar.d that even when be is we shall m .of the said John James Grant to be impunity, proclaimed any instance, on her little have The Australian held at the office of the Court, on the 2nd often curled attained most ardent affected girl's neck, our thereby. wishes, colony of the fore and as of old.she Orders in Lunacy Act 1891, passed in the of March, 1891, at 11 o'clock wise and we look back with on gives Mary by-gone regret Council Court has ordered the fourth session of the Federal of noon. The tender advice. heart times The young that will come no girl's days, happy held at Hobart, has the force and Australia, bankrupt to attend for examination, is moved, her tears flow like a. more. gently of Western Aus to of his affairs as of law in the colony produce a statement summer rain while she who has formed To be Continued. tralia. required by the statute. her soul recommends her not to forget Ernest "Appointments. Rigby to act, her lessons. with his present office of in conjunction AND rnul IN GLOOM to the "Remain a as clerk JnteiicflUniat Jjomjpr. always gaoler, postmaster, magis good christian, clerk to the Local Court and In in as sorrow we trates,' Mary. happiness SUNSHINE. A Sydney bailiff bis and clerk to the Gov is writing General Sessions, need You will pro God's help. always Resident at fessional reminiscences. ernment Wyndham, East and They will soon have new relations new friends. the absence in Kimberley, during temporary will appear print. Names, etc., be Continued. You must not liumblo forget your W. A. Laker, oh leave of W. G. Jervois. iu full. given at friends Plesvien, my you of Internal Revenue CHAPTER XXVII. darling, .Perth to be a vendor have been dearly We The coming muu at the English beloved there. Bal under the 21st sec. of " The stamps, this But in all is a South of Ireland barrister Nicol have Stamp Act, 1882." James Robinmagnificent drawing called kept the secret of your birth and F. He of Bell's Bris later on, at the luxurious for C. Gill. Treasury room, fear of paining You have lecently held his own son, Buildings, you. and Fred solicitor, she said to herself Queensland, that been our Sir Charles Russell. bane, evening repast always child. Write against spoilt Elliott of No. 4 St. James' erick Grant, us. It will to not cost much Mary would no longer live in the same Cardinal Newman's successor at the you William-street, Melbourne, Buildings, old and your is Fr. sphere of life and that she would prob trouble, Mary poor Birmingham Oratory Commissioners to ad liyder, Victoria, solicitor, never in the will be made so father descendant again be contented of a well- known Evangelical to ably declarations etc., happy on re minister affidavits, at little Plesvien. not Can you' and grandson of the Low Church the Court of West cottage ceiving your letters. family, be used in Supreme him to take Mme. de Vieux was quite exhausted at the also door ern Australia, acknowledg imagine standing Bishcp Ryder. deeds executed after such a fatiguing and ments of for the postman, by married day of emotions. O'Shea is a Clare watching wiping Captain landlord, women. noticed his it. tearful eve reading while vour and se. ved some in the Mary for years 8th the "Thornliebank." " op Burning said will she, letter. Do not weep, my darling "Mother," you not little Hussars. His father made money as a of the Court: "We are of Finding Let me to rest ? conduct you to we console ourselves shall and invested it go know in Clare girl, solicitor, laud what that there is no evidence opinion attend to you and be a real and room, ing that you are beloved. when bargains were in the your to show how the fire on happy Euever going originated to But if some Estates Court. board the British daughter you." day you should be in cumbered barque Thornliebank de Vieux Mme. drew the child to sorrow it the night of the 6th instant. 2nd. In the Philippine ; Islands luring might happen so my darl there are flames broke we are of wards After the her and embraced her tenderly for there are clouds in the brightest out, 510 Spanish Dominican ing, priests. They that the master, mates, and crew her with a an it is not in vain opinion that have and 22 showing gesture aged sky, do not forget 69 parishes and missions, all that was to did possible extinguish who had just woman the door on as a little minister to 550,000 souls. The Spanish opened you slept my knee child, we exonerate them " " them, and therefore said she, this is Raoul's and my heart will ever be open to you. have Evelina," Jesuits to charge of 157,826 Chris all blame with the from regard I will tell the others And not can if wish daughter. re tians. In tho you you 1S87-88 vest year Therefore, by the powers. casualty. they until all are accom to our the formalities turn little the provisions of the 51st know 2600 adult pagans. ed in us under cottage ; you baptised but you knew No. we that it is yours, The Vic., 6, Sec. 2, my secret which Rev. Newmau agree that this plished, always yours." hall the joined shall cease and determine. L. Worson case deserved to be told account of had by this forgotten you her first Unionist and has beeu elected Mary u party, Collector of Customs R. ley Clifton, ; devotion to me." on be your and now member of tho Nonconformist impressions arriving Unionist Justice of the Peace." JTairbairn, inThe old servant murmured a few think of the approaching because gan to Association, he t,o objected to Mariners Notice (No. 38 of 1890) distinct and Mary ran to her words, separation. Parnell's divorce. Newman and of Ports Harbours, himself .Department and kissed her warmly. she exclaimed hus "Mamma," in the not over 29th December 1890. Inner Brisbane, figured creditably in. a " " for taking care of my midst of her tears, Thank to Torres Strait. Sandbank in you case as route bad. stay yet a while I just I am Channel. The German Govern mother. will Pollard going to usurp your plead so well with father that he The Bon .Marche, in Paris, possesses 25th Oct. function for to night You will soon ment have given notice (dated at least. come to rejoin the You kitchen you probably largest iu the that the Commander of the Ger allow me must the of see 1890), pleasure loves It waiting grandmother you and would world. food for all provides the vessel man steam Erlangcn has reported on like to stay. I cannot my grand-mother." bear the of the house, 4000 in you employes number. struck on a sandbank with 15 feet having The old woman on the fresh idea that I am to in two The smallest kettle leaning lose you holds 75 quarts, over in the Fairway of the of water it, lying mounted the stairgirl 375 quarts. with young slowly days." Pollard Channel, Sunday Islet bear largest There are 40 fry case. comforted of the Cockher as was her each of which is Margaret pans, of ing ing W. f S., and the largest capable Islands N.N.W. A W. burn Mary turns round now and again to wont to do when she was a Approxilittle at a girl. cooking 3Q0 ontlets or of time, Lat. 11 52min. S. at mate smile who position aegs; ; follows them 220 lbs. Margaret and of potatoes. They said their together, When prayers frying E. Note. a room Long. 143 degs. 2l£min. and for whom has been pre after a there are omelettes for Mary fell ohat asleep long breakfast, 7800 of the Should the above given position that of the near which she shed many tears. are used. coffee pared young girl. during The eggs machine, it would be directly,, sandbank be correct, Mme. de Vieux's room bears An hour afterwards re makes 750 quarts of coffee daily. testimony Margaret in the track" recommended These, by Captain remem of a long turned noiselessly and knelt beside the are 60 cooks worship of beloved and 100 Blackwood the line, therefore, fcitchq& showing boy a brances. what What bed. southward reef ihe track of £pckburn tears, agonies Mary was in a calm, sound aleep, employed. —

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twenty-

and

priests,,

over

It

native Chinese quarter is Catholics. Every day the Church increase a large to. the number receiving The converts in China. Catholic of its

"drink

the 1890

for

.

colony 8s. 2d.

bill"

or

man, head, for every woman, This is 7d. the colony. in the former per head less than year. The Great Yon Molke, at 90, rises at 5 o'clock, makes own his cnp of coffee and busies himself over a spirit, lamp,

and

with

m

and

garden

takes

bowl

a

of

farm soup,

biscuit

a

stormy

ret?

pa

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r.

cobblers tolerate'

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"

the voters

clergymen town

prim-looking

be seen the "avowed

to

to

the

secure

in —

divided

Dr.

237;

Justin

Mr.

;

ly

'

of

Parnell's O'Brien's of the

in

proceeding tenens

loeiim

shares

,

Mr. Mr.

ousting that the

The

the the other

:

but

in which to convey which were and full of bright and when the Bishop had done you life, found that he had set you thinking, and

language

eloquent bis

some

you

trifle

free

was

There

Smith's

God and

of

things

new

Dr.

yourself. and a

was

style

Dr.

aggressive;

stiff

Higgins

and fervid. is

a

Paris

in

rumour

(writes Chronicle ) to honour her the sending

of the rosolved

the correspondent that the Pope has Madame Camot by Golden Rose blessed

honour is usually Catholic and it reserved sovereigns, is needless to add that the gift of Leo be looked would XIII., as upon for

It

unprecedented. there would mere

be

but

European

the

wife

of

Republic

of

Canon the

Cork in

meeting said

there

Cathedral, was

on some

known to the Irish but which was party, net yet made public, that was a greater than anything reason that had yet come to light why Mr. Parnell should be the of the deposed from leadership thing

in

It

party.

more

the Divorce

propaganda upon himself

would, than

Court, continued

he said, horrify the proceedings and if the Parnell he would take

Jo make the

subscribed

has lately for the

erection Sacred Heart

of in

his

mem

moment

is

a

man powerful the adventurous led him over and over of the Arctic perils

engaged

in

of

new

up

a

Norway

is

that

spirit to

again

face

and

seas,

for

fashionable that role.

About lectures

delivered

which

Ireland forcible

which should warmth

of

are

to'

appear

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public.

in

dui

d»)

these

li

one

AVERAGES

understood

or

he

have

some even

the

past

acts

of

uniformly

of of

growth

the

freezing

abnor

an

of the

exigencies had made

good

the

oats,

garding say

season

to

un

The

yields.

"

The

on report goes of oats is not

yield

to en

the average 198 bush couraging, being els the worst per acre, record of this ever been made crop that has this South

were

March. a

cut

Some

of

the of

follows 12

vania,

in

less

states

25;

in

swarmed

or

11101,6

as

by

j

Indiana,

174; 275.'

the

of

the

frosts

in

made

an

enfeebled,

by the the West,

killed

actually

Plant-lice

had

oats

and insects of plants that were

prey not though

io

winter down

Rust

easy

i.l

by

The

dopartment.

the

they

been

effect

settles report the practically amount of the year's The aver crop. of wheat is made age yield 111 bushels of course, This, per acre." is a very poor yield fo.' the United States. Re

predecessors. continue always have done no party

The

present

their

will

have

season

warm

scathed,

the

foolishly faintest

report

States.

endure

and

the

Atlantic

frost.

and

States.

acre of oats in per principal are production, New York, 17-8 ; Pennsyl Ohio, 1815; Michigan, 16 3; Illinois, 18; Mis

yields

Nebraska,

21-3

Califor

;

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v.

Heleu of Orleans, ihe of the Com te d e Paris,

eu'

by His nothing

is

Holiness. very

Catholic Princess the pilgrimage, in

at

Rome

to

pilgrimage

a

Victorian Says a Various paper: calculations have been published giv estimates of the wheat ing surplus for available after shipment pro for our own viding requirements for food and for next season's seeding. The diff-

second

lately

and

In

this

was

fact, for

extraordinary

but

;

her

motive

the

case,

is

of noble

a

of Catholic constancy. who is a person cf remarkable Helen, and charming of mind beauty qualities and heart, the Paris had, if; we believe

heir

tive

affection. to

those

then

But the

act

nud

hole,

meaning

a un

in

years ago he on the of wrongs the most amongst

that

the

glad

to

imperial The intense

'

the religious of settlement

common

friends,

too an

Crown. Princess 8 be at

heard

with

this

the de took termination togo to Rome and protest to the her inviolable attachment l'ope-of she and broke off alp the friendly j that hi d thought innocen(;, intercourse, rise to the rumour. given painful grief.

tons.

disease out

known

once

among

About

Company.

hinted only for

'

<

ed.

question arose, leaves no loop well always

of course, discreetly be Princess would, barter her faith

young

surplus Ibis

not we

close

very is

a

very will

large

wide,

have up

to

figure'

pink has eye in New South deuths have occurred. Wales, and several In all some 500 horses have been attack broken

a

about. for

exportable

A

two

and bruited

happy together, of marriage began to be

talk

the estimates are evident that

Everything

make

hearts

young

seems

into. money at current the prices foots exportable surplus two up over millions This will serve to put sterling. " a on their good many farmers legs,' to use a familiar expression.

Dul

his -reciporcated seemed calculated

in

and it

280,000 Turned

made a deep impression on the e of Clarence, the presump of the English and Crown,

Gatilois,

young

erence

an

example

his plaLfonn oratory, Irishmen much. saying him faults for the forgive mauy of his advocacy of their cause p,

Against

went in received

is

ker

upon Ministers

daughter

'

matter

Public

ffroiK

attir

twenty

all

approval present

Princess

tlie

was was

of

i

starting.

Englishmen

supposed,

as intended, to bestow

Throne

the superintending Polar expedition

Charles Bradlaugh Ireland when it.

ques salary.

moderate and which show

a

and

to

his

irri

was winter, dis unusually astrous. And the yet well-rooted which from plants, favourable condit ions of soil and situation were able

nia,

and is the mother, of 17 still 12 of whom are living 139 grandchildren, and 42 She has Mrs. O'Keefe is great-grandchildren. a native of Mitchellstown County Cork, late

political

of the

merely

to hand from, the of Department, Agri

latest

the

souri,

1841,

of

of

as he Would piotest by what political been performed.

:

The

the

to

An old still and lady, vigorous resides has who at Newton, hearty, (says the Albury Banner) contributed share to the of the her full population Mrs. John O'Kesffe was born colony. in New iu 1818, arrived South Wales

friend

and

us

mally

Cardinal's

him of Minister

matter

hiis

is

common

GRAIN

unfavourable. after succulent

appreciated Cardinal Lavigerie known that in publicly

be

it

with

plainly motives the rest

For let

question. order Catholics would of these offices,

j&tatitiri,

during

calling

a pastor of the Church. In a letter to the editor of the Bulletin addressed des M issions he clearly d'Afrique poiots out that in the accepting Republican form of Government for lie never

capital city; the celebrated rising 58, but is Ho physically.

retains

which

he

the

in

the

contains some items of interest here iu Australia. The report is 13th October, dated. Washington, 1890. This is what is said about wheat:—". The leturns of condition of wheat to

as

slim large Church of

very another

Nordenskjold, Norwegian explorer,

fitting

of

of

religious to pre-

culture

hit

Government of

The United

ex

Church,

idea

disapproval

The

Venezuela

a

Baron

was

Parliamentary

public

Republic

neighbouring

the

-

is

stigma.

AMERICAN

em

probably

prin further

of its of

offices

gratuitous

jFarm,

to accept Catholics the present advising the prin regime he in no way abandons which have always guided him ciples

basilica of the national Sacred of erected Republic by the on Mount Pichiiicha, 15,000ft. above the sea, is rapidly approaching The of the completion. president

of

tating

whose

Marquis,

for respect the extraordinary the Republican in meddling by depriving

has

a

-

bodies earnest

to impossible deny Roman Catholics or

in

improbable

is

disability

to

editions,

Monarchy

his

them.

The

still

royalist

Cardinal's

Lord rule

it

Catho

that Roman things selected to be holders this makes tha maintenance only

ancient

for

the verdict is favour of the former.

the

to

that

is

be'

to

He has considerable

preference but good

tions

ed

children,

O'Mahony, Cork,

that

part.

any

it

of

Mr.

that venture

reprints,

reply Instruction was character sensible

Heart, Ecuador

the

a

old

certain

upon

inquisitive us with

pelting only three

to

so

remove

and of the

principle

to applicability the two exalted

If

is

the

throughout

to

Nonconformist

and removal

the If

pro

the holding of Ireland, and Lord

"

in

mark its conduct

eloquent three in the House. to any equal They were O'Connor Sexton, Power, and the late A. M. Sullivan.

in

significant.

eveniog,

which

that

probable-

ceremonial, Rose to the

Rev.

a

Addressing

Monday

is

no

of the of a

giving President

would be most The Very Administrator

the

they

present

Mid-Lent

last

This

Sunday.

.Irish

i

with but

upon

could party fluently language. Singularly were the three most the of part)', probably

men

'

or

ceeded

jibes recently Messrs.

those

of

vail its'

is

Roman

been loyal extension

toleration,

by

a

from

past of the

disabilities.

Liberal

slow

toleration.

measure

by which

of Viceroy The

ance

library,

miscellaneous does not

to

A

practically the previous also an -Irish

always

The

whole sympathised

was

from

votes

the

of genuine

prevented

are

supporters of ciple

it.

himself

attachment

of

who

was

some are

ideas',

told

a

1881 who

enough

after

says, correspondent comments ou disparaging ' Primate's sermon Impressiveness did not possess. sermon On the Dr. Higgins selected hand, simple some

General,

discovered figures of the Irish bers the Irish speak

Land League funds. to the Melbourne corres According who recently daily pondent of a Sydncj' heard and the Anglican Bishop Higgins in the Primate preaching Melbourne, Bishop is a far better preacher than Dr. Smith.

Irishmen

knows'

of the

Chancellor. have in the

conspicuous.

lie

The object the disability offices

other who haB

thousand

growth

Dis-

Noncon

many

desert of hW

to

illustrative

the

is

lics

are

one

a

get

manner.

regards in authois, modernized

.

fellows

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out

of

the

In

whole

and

no

never

long

Cecil,

master

man.

i

York,

as

:

Governor

important

purchased

were

;

j

with

Robert

or

the craze for modern first I like a tall is Mr. copy," Gladstone's made with all the reply, of the true to genuine epirit connoisseur, an on the subject. And far as inquiry

Lord Bendigo, British Premier,

host Lansdowne downwards India." .Lord Dufferip,

red

not

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Burrnah,

an

by cable

Religious

causing

is

members is

cess

you or

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Bill

ranks,

received

we

Gladstone's

formist

for

infidel

him in any

or

translations, extent

CrossBpeaking of Sir Charles the successful administrator of " Charles is one Sir says

critic,

corild

phatically

flouts

thwaite,

is

the

at

a

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:

statement

Mr.

abilities

which /al section preponderates', he think that " theology may be 20 one-fourth." There are about editions of Homer, and from 30 40 to

were

though

The

though

iuhabited'

of

7,840,872. younger days,

Herald

Morning

says

that

say

,

f'ei

was

number

fought. to dare

congressman, the of society powers him if he were against

All

Gladstone

Japanese

19,825,684

that

Governor,

exceedingly,

He and sneers." that while observed drily Dillon and O'Brien escaped by watar, Mr. Parnell a fire perferred escape. unfriend The St. Stephens Review au

understood,

trans

and

The

'

his

and

McCarthy,

whom to Davitt, they were holder. It by the original in connection to remember,

recent

he tried digging the present Salisbury, then known as Lord " termed by Disraeli

Mr.

2. Mr. it is Lulor, j-'aruell, not does retuin legal of those his in possession standing and Mr. shares the Egan's name, it be observed will are, largest portion, held it is now Michael said, by Mr,

property

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speechmakiog would vote for

very.minwte

France has Orders

of

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important

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property

on

Sydney

editorial

At the present Mr. time Gladstone estimates hid? to from contain library to books 25,000 22,000 arranged by himself into divisions arid sections 'in a

return,

In

Mr.

;

hundred

one

editions,

females.

j

10

Kenny,

10;

Harrington, 2 Mr. R.

Ireland" 229

"United Mr. Parnell,

France

were

supers" the senior of

shillings

at

of the the population on the 31st of last January country which was of 20,245,336 40,072,020

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seven

iu

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Labouchere,

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official

the

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been

the

of

some

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politics,

and can under

statesmanship,

be turned put up as he knows. infidels in office, but made his infidelity

Orders.

expulsion all

shillings

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opposed

that

eighty re-sold

at £2,964. available

letters

Grundy.

noticed

at

the

been

not

his

colleague. The shares

Egao,

the

churches"

supporting said to be theatrical

thus

for

alter

were

They were employed member,

Sir If

return

Bradlaugh's the

seat.

will

ten

of

a

that

said

is

IngeVsoll in New

has

in

career

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suppose elected as alderman?

the

that few

;

Gallebodde

valued All

walks bed.

after

will Dilke contest the should retained, get of Northampton the interference of Mrs.

Charles he so,

in

election

per

£28,000,000.

states

estate

a

party

that

or

office,

pound. an from Singapore, cablegram at the Raub battery, nounces a crushing from the of stone Pahang, of 940 tons Australian Raub Mine, Syndicate's which 760ozs. of smelted yielded gold,

i

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of wine, for his second breakfast, which lie to his attends correspon till 1. From dence and other business down. 1 to 2 lie lies At 2 he dines and works till friends sparingly, again whom talks with he in, and at 10 he 8 o'clock tea, has iiiadluugli passed away

There is no put up the

for

would

and

glass

till

end

or

hold an Government

Americans the last during days million have bought one pounds sterling worth of Rupee Paper in London. tea from A of parcel Ceylon Lane Mincing per pound and

after

drop

never

,

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10,

till or

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Germany

army, France

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per

child

her and

the £4

for

£4,867,390,

is

seconds

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spends

on

year

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States

about three one go from to the othei;

only

England

in Japan also. progressing of New Local Option League Wales held its annual has just submitted and the report

South

takes

to message Atlantic cable

is

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legislation,

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have

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his that

fact

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eight hundred million

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Ingersoll," realizes keenly

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China

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friends,

200

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about

more

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.

increase

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and

India

tour in on his Africa,. July Australia. Doctor Koch is going and the United Egypt

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on like that people are skating th&iice. Eh ?— nm tradesman ! Pa an honest I suppose Oh, why, when It gives way, off to bod. skate now

There,

who

you

hospital, metropolitan at his a smile many

"

fleeter, she opened as wife, to the fluttered bill

as

good-

give

came

seriously there isn't A story ;

endure

on my eye glass to tbe other. sleep with he said, as the postman banded " an !" No," said epistle

Ah,"

hit

afterwards

soon

on

you'll

How

Yes

what

For

"

one,

waiter

The

respite."

know "

take.

the

in

fielder

'

look

to

try daughter, of life— perhaps "And so Jimpson

said'

sake,"

ness

to

to

:

Father:

bnt, sid9

you yesterday. "I ju8t it?" him and went

"

to

wanted

going

Why,

is.

and Sores of all Diseases, kinds, effects marvellous. Thousands of testi are Sold in bottles, monials. 2s. 9d. and lis each and Patent Medicine by Chemists Sole Vendors

.

""

born

was

:

:

were

they

all

arising. Blood

by

interrupted

Life."

the

!

he that

try

should think he is the best

Good

county eleven, " 0 George,. Willie Twice He Wept. his hand little got caught in .the folding doors and crushed his horribly. fingers

is

.he

mother,

WORLD-FAMED BLOOD is warranted to cleanse the blood whatever from cause impurities For Skin and Scrofula, Scurvy,

MIXTURE from

Blood

the

,

the

were

.

GtNzzam -Daughter a/ nobleman." marry

aud

outside, who waiter,

:

Christmas-trees." " I I believe

"

I

Mary :

his

j

Fob CLARKE'S

be-

began

:

"

to

'

.

:

"

Ethel,

replied afford

at the

to

hopeful

my

j

.

Snooks

few

were

so

see

fulness.

.

There

young attached

Youg

;

dear, do you friend of

Jack

that

seems

good catch

a

:

:

that

who

yours

i

of the

think

really

?"

me

out prescription Prudent mother

the

Why,

:

I throw Skeptic of the window.

?

j

?

rain.

j

!

:

the said

just doesn't he

I

Dr. Pilsbnry

my neck. do you mean

catch

was

to

all

No.

:

Mr. Skeptic, ? Mr. prescription had would have

Well,

:

my If I

the

it

world dares

Pillsbury follow

you

skeptic broken

:

the She

the earth ? can't be. dear. Ethel off

Dr. did j

Pills. Hollo way's Indigestion. How much has been bestowed, thought what voluminous treatises have been and universal and distress written upon this with certainty and which is ing disease, without fear of relapse by safety dispelled and a course of this purifying, soothing tonic medicine It acts on the directly and bowels then indirectliver stomach, on the ly, though no less effectively, vessels, and in brain, nerves, glands, order the such throughout troducing dwells beentire system and harmony tween each and its functions. organ Dyspepsia need no longer be the bugbear are of the public, since Hollo way's Pills to subdue the most competent fully cases of impaired chronic and distressing and to restore the miserable digestion, to health, and cheer sufferer strength,

all

keep

it

the

never

Why

on

game

that,

papa, my

no,

"

home, ordering aud doing they

about,

high

me

of

w.ife

replied,

in

thing who

husband, mouth at

:

too

tbe

is

:

Papa

an recently " A collection for the benefit

:

her

your

sleeve-button your I shall be obliged.'

eye,

"

A

the

that

mind

much,

so

sir.

to

turn

I don't

:

tooth take

just right

of my

above Ethel

doctor.

down," replied country clergyman nounced from the pulpit will bo made at the poor lie

the

on

"

;

Yes,

:

you Albert

I usually

patient.

the

kindly Patient

will

;

talk

in "

a

squares go a thousand,

:

do

you

fcmivorley of a volunteer captain company. a review at her husband attended which was the officer. Mrs. commanding Sniverley laughed all the time, and when of she was asked what was the cause

the

to

go "

did

ivKat Ilaid;dowh

John,

:?

Mrs.

at first. Always begin at bottom and work Flippant up. all if to want right you youth : That's climb a ladder but what if you want ; to dig a well. Do you know, Papa to little Ethel tbat dear, the one star you see bright

"

Hall:

Policeman then north,

New

at

the

do

Lord

and

fly

defy to

left,

moans

:

of

disagreeable

mighty

a

Waiter

York

your steak,

to,

fellow

man

pleasant

but

listen

New like

other

some

to take the conceit the remains would

were

you

-If

It

man

:

those Yules' to govern while ? John in you college yon are Oh, I laid them down, too, father.

"Bu't why do you say I don't " for you any more?" Oh ! He to you. I know I'm nothing more Only the other day that puppy died, and you Would bad it stuffed. yon do as much for me ?" to Oldboy Young man, don't try

do.

to

" :

Old

with

bridges

across."

care

,

that

five

you out

There are a great many things that go of but woman is not one without saying, them. of men can Even the laziest usually work

Go

working

sever.

some

their

boy

Blight

till

Fair."

Dentist, hurt ?"

:

see

?"

waited

burned

rrhey

of

meaning

:

when they telescoped track. comet each, other on the same rich she marrieB When a pretty girl " has reached the sweet buy and buy." be I must He: It is late, getting She better late It is than going.

Trains

"

the

is

they got Visitor Foreign (landing " I wish to York, 1893)

flighty.

»

booked

clothes

the phrase, behind them they

being

What

:

'

china shop. Talk about women Look at bank cashiers.

in

bull

Teacher

.

,

A

customer—

dangeroas

u s

it

i

-0

u-fc

.

A

a

J3

li

;

n

pleasure. aud was

list,

but

fortnight, was

a

T ate anything like a ton of lead.

wife

load on the food

said to me day my Frederick the way used ta suffer you do, she always fouud relief by taking Mother Curative Seigel's Syrup. Why don't you try it some I gave V After persuasion up doctor a bottle of and got and ing Seigel's' beguu. my and

mother

The

first

stuck

to few

'

;

'

few

doses

Mother

made

me

feel

I

better.

Curative Syrup, and in a weeks 1 got strong and went back to ailed I have never my work. since' anything audLfor I have ip.v recovery to thank Ged god Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup." Green has beeu in Mr, the Shortpostman lands district for fifteen and bears an years, If character. theve had been a excellent; window his his physician in stomach, and friends observed the have same might trouble, that in the case of occasionally appeared St. Martin, Seigel's

.

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MARMION&

E.

Practical Watchmaker

pioneer

i

NESBIT,

GO.

saddle

j

and,

harness

barrack

works,

i

street. '

perth!

and

COLONIAL

Jeweller,

WAREHOUSE. I

and

th

cheapest and of EVERY Jewellery in the Nesbit's colony. description Levers English (capped and jewelled) stand riding and rough work, guaran teed for two The Best Watch years. Nesbit's Walthams without exception. Watches

the CHEAPEST in Watches These and other

Rheumatism,

Gout,

„ „

Earrings

Alberts

Sciatica, Swellings, Fistulas, and

Piles,

DISEASE, The

has

it

King's

Evil,

Abscesses

every been

kind

of

never

Ointment

and

Necklets

New

And

Oxford sold

are

throughout tions for J

(late London

fail.

Oxford

633,

Vendors

all

of

St.)

Medicin<

Pots

should

and

Boxes.

look

WEST

I

Label

AUSTRALIAN

BOOT

brown&allen T. &

(Late

HAY for

hey

are

to-the

thanks to

prepared

of COLONIAL sible notice.

BOOTS,

the

on

3

classel

shortest

pos and

a Also, kept in stock, large of assortment Ladies', Gentlemen's Children's BOOTS and SHOES— from

varied and the

'

best

Leather hand.

and

English Grindery

Good

Continental

and and

hides

skins

kangaroo

V.

on

all

of

parts

:

the

to

that

i

by post

all

G. H.

firs

Brushes Harness Oils

Skins,

or

and

;care first

;

has

his

gold & Wood.

Rum,

«

for

the

(Near

!

Wholesale

i

.

Glen,'

Cossack.

.

qts).

NOW

I

I

qts).

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«

I',

-r

/

MORNING. |

and

pts.

Australian"'

qts.

From

10 to 12,- for Ladies and Children Admission 6d. ; Skates Free!

only.

Wihesl recom

trial

j

Oct.

24,

47 "

I

!

AFTERNOON.

P. A. GUGERI, Wine Merchant Perth,

Mi

i

|

I

A

OPEN. i

i

and

iNK

J

jpEKTH J)ALACE

and

(pts.

I

Howick-street,

and

West

tee"

&

17 1889.

October;

Latour

per

hotel;)' North

the

watson

Roebourne

-

Perth,

1

por

;

etc.

Gin;

doz.

MITili,

;

La Rose

ALSO,— West

Street,

railway

Agent

!

':J

from

label

BASS' Own bottling. Do. GUINNESS'S Stout,

from 12s. mended.

s

Barrack

i

received

Margeaux. St. Estephe (pts. Ale and Porter.

Jeweller,

Address

,

friends

ready

now

silver

the

Note

'tfobbet

messrs.;

CLARETS— Chateau Do. Do.

York.

Lott,

o""

:

BRANDY,

at least V. E.

and

'

a

Whips

otherwise will be promptness; obtained prize at the, late w.a. Agricultural Show held at Society's for the Guildford, best collection of both and Saddlery Harness. with

:

Turnbull

W. Andrew, Roebourne. W. Stroud, Geraldton. F. Kelly, Dongarra.

Clippers,

arid

Saddles

'

he has just

and

London

T.

to

announce

J.

Mr.

Scrapers, etc. orders sent

executed r.s.

i

GREAT

the famous

Perth. Agents

to

All

lbs.)

quantities.

WHISKEY— and

NESBIT,

E.

taken

Sponges,

Combs, Blacking,

GUGEHI

customers

from

save

will

Watchmaker

Practica

in

exchange Goods despatched Colony.

and

sold. to guarantee every article PAYMENT. TIME IMMEDIATE POSSESSION.

I

large

IN

A.

BEGS

|

houses,

Uppers always

maker

b

Saddles

Saddles, Jockey and all requisites for Hostelry, including

or

i

besides from

select

generallj thai

beg to announce 'manufacture all

favours,

past

public

in

Stores,

P.

1

.

PERTH,

Girls'

Chamois

spurs.

quartei

i

from by buying having a large stock to and a watchpractical

cent.,

per Nesbit,

Stable

and

Boys'

VARIETY.

Spectacles.

customers

20

cases,

boxes (120

small,

DRAPERY

Clocks, Jewellery, &c., sold Watches, with PAYMENT IMMEDTIME at ex to householders IATE possession low As no ceedingly prices. heavy and commission is paid for convassing

Britnall).

bTREET,

returning

rN

W.

Gent's Rings, do. Ladies' Breast Pins

&c.

collecting,

in

Oilmen's

on )

in

octaves.

Tobacco

Alberts Leon tines

sale

FACTOR'S

-class

i

01 I

and Spirits

and

Necklets

Cruets,

is nol the address they are spurioua

If

Loudon,

HSU; Qthr?.

to the

,

direc

;

Wines asks

Studs Jet Brooches & Earrings „ Keepers Alberts „ Wedding Rings Electro Clocks Plated Cups

;

stock, a and 'varied large of Gig,, Cart, and Cairiage and Gents'. Saddles

Riding

Bridles, a.nd Pack Pilches, Horse Clothing, ,

Studs

Civilized World with the in almost every language.

use

Purchasers

fgy

the

to

Manufactured

St.

by

in

Ladies'

Harness,

Flour.

Sugars,

i

Earrings

at

only 78,

known

are

Pills

i.

SKII1

'

&c.

Watches

Brooches

Leon tines Gent's Rings, do. Ladies' Breast Pins

,,

Glandular

sets

' '

Sadd

assortment

Bracelets B. & E.

Saddlery

Harness.

and

'

Complaints.

For

setsB.&E. Brooches

u

anc

(muzzle

kindsop

'

Pleu

or

Silver Silver

"

smith

Manupactuberopall

Always Teas,

'

'

Pulmonary,

Snidei

Revolvers,

robert

1

1

Gold

.

i

'

Iron,

Ammunition—

Harness,

lery,

Broome, K.C.M.G.

>

i

'

Fencing

Corrugated

lbading)

Frederick

'

i.l

Walthams

Gold

7

repaired

Watches

Watches Silver Bracelets

g

breech

,

i

bales

Netting,

pieces,

to

.

,

Cure

it

Hoopinj

Bronchitis,

Piimps, Fowling

Rifles','

I

Governor,

.

;

ristic

effectually into meat,

salt

neck and chest, as Relaxed Throats, Quinsies, Cough, and all Asthmatic,

Douglas

tools.

iV.-

j

Sir

-

remedy.

the

on

Watches

rubbei

Wire Cornsacks, W(ires, Galyanized

alsc

the

'

is

If

Anvils,

ment

His Excellency

\

.

infallible

an

I,

»undry

'

-

Bad

LEGS BAD Breasts, Old Wounds, and Sores Dicers, of

cure

or

Stocks

of Station requirements, other goods, Carpenters' Portable Wool Forges,

,

every

full

the

of

Jewellery years' guarantee. made, to order description Watches or cleaned repaired. Nesbit's Levers Nesbit's Ladies' Gent's Gold

hand

on

g'appoint-;

special.

'

Healing Propertie the World. throughout

always

Agents,

;

For

it

and

Searching are known

Station

v;

'

by

1

Its

HAVE

the Colony. with a two

are -

and

Stock

first-class

Importers

Merchants,

. .

.

selected of stock,

1

HAS

best

T

;

Hotel.)

.

General the

ci

Railway

(Near

FREMANTLE,

PERTH.

STREET,

HAY

Adelaide,

Street,

'

Rundle

of

(Late

'

V. E.

j

I

2.30

prom

1890.

to

5.

Admission,

Skates 6d.

I

6d.

:

j

Influenza,

COMPOUND SEED, Aniseed,

OF LIN ESSENCE Senega, Squill, Tolu,

KAY'S &c.,with

COMPOUND, for

demulcent

a

Coughs,

KAY'S Colds,

is

KAY'S gia,

specific

Face-ache,

Contains

Neural Quinine,

GERALDTON

and

Comfort

Every

&c

HOTEL

is

SATURDAY Prize

Gala

DM

PILLS,

for

Convenience

By

Professor

MORNING.

for

Children.

and

Travellers

MUSIC.

\\

Visitors,

of Burroughe's

one

and

Watts"

far-famed

Roberto.

for

Broken

Manufactory

I

Vainlei,

Billiard

Ar

; |

I

!

rfkates

on

from

Sale

Whichis

and

lighted,

brilliantly

of the

and Beers

Spirits

is

favourite

the

resort

BestiBrands

of lovers

of

always

obtainable,

tlie

on

game. hanft.

FRANK

ALLUM,

:

Attendance

i<p®f

jaggaflg'Q&girAg

(I

,VD

O

U Kit

SMEDDLES,

LEATHER SOWICK

IS It

K

|

Importer, PERTH.

,

(opposite

!

george's

HAY

Funeral

STREET,

PERTH.

conducted

FUNERALS of the Colony, connected the shortest

therewith; notice

FAS

Furnisher,

|

General

in

and attended

by

all

f J.

alwaysof colony

English,

cathedral.)

i

BOOTS, any

extensive and varied and Colonial

most

the

hand,

on

stock

Gorman,

French,

AND

SHOES

in

the

I

Manufactured

SLIPPERS.

a

Made

at

PROMPT

TO

ATTENTION

COUNTRY

ORDERS.

Sold

simply

with

in

and

Coaohes

paokets

J AMES al

PRICE

LIST

ON

APPLICATION.

National Library of Australia

by

ORDERS

SENT

BY

BOOK

POST.

I

fggr

Address,— to Poor Next

the

i

tfte

"Criterion

Hotel."

milk. labelled

&

thus:—

CO.

Record,"

england.

Gibney,

Ihomas j

Pruitedand M.

Observe

Grocers,

EPP8

london, —

SMALL

or

HOMCBOPATHIO CHEMISTS,

I

ways ready. and liana Sale, Monumental Head and Tomb Stones, wi\ h handsome Iron Railings, supplied anW erected complete. W. T WJMBRIDGE.

water

boiling

j

Hearses

;

-

J

or

otherwise.

Funeral

0 G OA.

.

details to

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e?USn

I

part

telegram

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;

thorough of the knowledge natural lawft't the of dl«estion and nutri and h6Jn a careful Feratirns by tion, application of the flue orowr. ties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided? lireakfaat tables with a delicately-flavoured keveraire which save may us many heavy doctor's bills It fs by the j udicious use of such articles of diet a that constitution be may built gradually up until atrone every to disease. tendency re,SI5 HundredB of subtle maladies are floating around us ready tolte taok wherever there is a weak point. We may esoaM shaft many a fatal by keeping ourselves well fortified with blood and pure a properly nourished frame ame «'!_ See article In the Civil Service Gatetti

cj

&

!

|

AND

comforting.

I

DEALER,

STREET,

'

breakfast.

!

and

Manufacturer

IKK,

BP PS

.

|

WimbridgE, JE IS T A

«&iBf

grateful—

i

.

T.

Civility.

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GEORGE Boot

and

:

Good

I

!':gl

';v.

I

Moderate.

Charges

» k

Manager.

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l5s.

I

Wines,

W.

,

..

......

Cement

,

Is.

"

Everywhere!. England.

%J

Skates

'

ticles. Sold COAGULINE.

Stockport,

contains

And

an

;

with

replete

I

LIN agreeableCATHARTICUM aperient.

6d.

Admission,

;

Iron,

a

&c.

EVERY

I

The

PILLS,

!

'

and Horses

for in

...

'.v;;

" I

Proprietor.

serviceable

equally

.

'

Coughs

Cattle; TIC

,

.

and

for

v;

evening.

.

8 to 10.

jFrom

I

Complaints.

COMPOUND,

DeLUCEY,

R.

THOMAS

expec Chest

and

Colds,

!

I

Clilororlvne.

EAY'S torant,

HOTEL.

GERALDTON

Consumption,

&c.

andiw

.hcii I

.

Asthma,

COLDS,

s

COUGHS,

;

P

I

Bronchitis

.

t710r'

published at the

Howick

Bryan.

for ojftct

the Might

of street,

the

«

Rev<

w.a.

Perth,

'

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