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|NEWS AND NOTES. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Wednesday 24 August 1904 [Issue No.5,755] page 6||2017-04-26 16:57||and in the afternoon geography. To
Breaches of the Customs Act.-The
|and in the afternoon geography. To-
Breaches of the Customs Act.—The
|NEWS AND NOTES. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Saturday 16 July 1904 [Issue No.5,722] page 6||2017-04-26 16:56||The entries for the Primary Public Ex
amination in connection with the Ade
Cooke, the heon. secretary, at the Obser
|The entries for the Primary Public Ex-
amination in connection with the Ade-
Cooke, the hon. secretary, at the Obser-
|NEWS AND NOTES. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 4 July 1904 [Issue No.5,711] page 4||2017-04-26 16:55||Adelaide University Examination.
Entries for the primary public examina
tion in connection with the Adelaide Uni
Reported Loss of a Lugger.-At the
|Adelaide University Examination.—
Entries for the primary public examina-
tion in connection with the Adelaide Uni-
Reported Loss of a Lugger.—At the
|NEWS AND NOTES. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Wednesday 20 July 1904 [Issue No.5,725] page 6||2017-04-26 16:50||Primary Publio Examinations.-Two
been received in this State for the prim
The examinations will bommence on Aug.
ust 23, and will be held at Pertli. Kal.
goorlie, Coolgnrdie, Albany. Northam,
A Fremantle Arrest.-Yesterday
arrested a .man named George Goodsell,
onr the steamer Pilbarra. at Fremantle,
the property of Reuben Joseph Town
send, second mate of the steamer Dil
the offence at the Fremantlo Police
|Primary Public Examinations.—Two
been received in this State for the prim-
The examinations will commence on Aug-
ust 23, and will be held at Perth, Kal-
goorlie, Coolgardie, Albany. Northam,
A Fremantle Arrest.—Yesterday
arrested a man named George Goodsell,
on the steamer Pilbarra, at Fremantle,
the property of Reuben Joseph Town-
send, second mate of the steamer Dil-
the offence at the Fremantle Police
|NEWS AND NOTES. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 18 July 1904 [Issue No.5,723] page 7||2017-04-26 16:46||f.NEWS AND NOTES.
r Fremantle and the Common Rule
Clause.-A special meeting of ratepayers
To-day is the last day for sending in en
The examination will commence on Tues
|NEWS AND NOTES.
Fremantle and the Common Rule
Clause.—A special meeting of ratepayers
To-day is the last day for sending in en-
The examination will commence on Tues-
|Advertising (Advertising), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Saturday 14 May 1904 [Issue No.9051] page 5||2017-04-26 13:04||il ? s! O ? .si Wl ? si B ? ^s 3
JacRets ! costumes I macintoafies I Blouses !
Ladies ' Stylishly - mado COSTUMES,
Shoulder Capos and Stole Ends, assort
ed colors, galon trimming, 19s Cd, 21s,
29s 6d, 39s 6d
Ladies' Tailor-inado COSTUMES, Coat
lino navy cloths, 84s, 80s.
A Smart Military Nnvy Cloth JACKET,
62s 6d, 63s, 84s.
tucked and shirred, all colors, Is lid,
2s lid, 3s 6d.
Tho Newest Design SKIRT in assorted
color tweeds, 8s lid, 10s 6d, 12s 6d,
length and size, 5s lid, 7s 6d, and 10s
6s lid, 7s 6d, 16s 6d, 21s.
Ladies' Caslimere WRAPPERS, nicely
trimmod with lace, in all colors, 19s 6d,
Ladies' TEA JACKETS (the latest de
signs), prettily trimmod, 21s, 27s 6d,
A very pretty BLOUSE in Fancy Flan
buttons), 2s lid, 3s lid, 4s 6d.
and Block), full siw, 7s lid, 9s lid, 12s
Girls' MACKINTOSHES, 4s lid, 6s lid,
all lengths, 10.1 6d, 15s 6d, 18s 6d.
Our Special Half-guinea SKIRTS, trimmod
A Smart SIURT in Black Caslimere,
trimmed and tucked or shirred, 16s 6d,
|J______s! O______s! M______s! S______s!
Jackets ! Costumes ! Macintoshes ! Blouses !
Ladies' Stylishly - made COSTUMES,
Shoulder Capes and Stole Ends, assort-
ed colors, galon trimming, 19s 6d, 21s,
29s 6d, 39s 6d.
Ladies' Tailor-made COSTUMES, Coat-
fine navy cloths, 84s, 80s.
A Smart Military Navy Cloth JACKET,
52s 6d, 63s, 84s.
tucked and shirred, all colors, 1s 11d,
2s 11d, 3s 6d.
The Newest Design SKIRT in assorted
color tweeds, 8s 11d, 10s 6d, 12s 6d,
length and size, 5s 11d, 7s 6d, and 10s
6s 11d, 7s 6d, 15s 6d, 21s.
Ladies' Cashmere WRAPPERS, nicely
trimmed with lace, in all colors, 19s 6d,
Ladies' TEA JACKETS (the latest de-
signs), prettily trimmed, 21s, 27s 6d,
A very pretty BLOUSE in Fancy Flan-
buttons), 2s 11d, 3s 11d, 4s 6d.
and Black), full size, 7s 11d, 9s 11d, 12s
Girls' MACKINTOSHES, 4s 11d, 6s 11d,
all lengths, 10s 6d, 15s 6d, 18s 6d.
Our Special Half-guinea SKIRTS, trimmed
A Smart SKIRT in Black Cashmere,
trimmed and tucked or shirred, 15s 6d,
|MELBOURNE SHARE QUOTATIONS A QUIET MARKET. MELBOURNE, This Afternoon. (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Monday 19 December 1904 [Issue No.9234] page 5||2017-04-25 23:48||THE FLOWER QUEEN,
.. ? 1 ?
Tho favoriln flower cantata, 'Th'o
Flower Qiicon,' is to bo given in tlio
Victoria Hall, Fromantlo, this evening
by a number of spcciully flno singers.,
Solos will nlfio bo rendered by Miss A.
V. Fuller and 3lr. F. Ferguson. Tha
whole of iho proceeds nro to bo do
voted lo provide Christmas ehcor ' for
tho poor of Fromantlo. ?
|THE FLOWER QUEEN.
The favorite flower cantata, "The
Flower Queen," is to be given in the
Victoria Hall, Fremantle, this evening
by a number of specially flne singers.
Solos will also be rendered by Miss A.
V. Fuller and Mr. F. Ferguson. The
whole of the proceeds are to be de-
voted lo provide Christmas cheer for
the poor of Fremantle.
|AMUSEMENTS. “THE FLOWER QUEEN.” (Article), The Mail (Fremantle, WA : 1904 - 1905), Friday 16 December 1904 [Issue No.297] page 1||2017-04-25 23:41||K
Tbo second prmlncl ion »jf the r.hanniug
floral CQMTItu. "Tne Flower K
QU£PII,'' will be held at the Victoria
Hall, next Monday evening, (lie proceeds
being voted to tlie Benevolent
Society and the destitute poor of Frcmantle
1ur Christmas cheer.
|The second production of the charm-
ing floral cantata, "The Flower
Queen,'' will be held at the Victoria
Hall, next Monday evening, the pro-
ceeds being voted to the Benevolent
Society and the destitute poor of Fre-
mantle for Christmas cheer.
|FREMANTLE BOARD OF HEALTH. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25. (Article), The Mail (Fremantle, WA : 1904 - 1905), Wednesday 26 October 1904 [Issue No.253] page 4||2017-04-25 23:32||certainly gave the Iocal boards, not the
Dr«in at corner of ScoLt-strect and
Man dur «h-road.—Th f -- town ougineer
has been iustructed to provide a gully
tr.ip at tho inlet to the uuàerground
drain, at an estimated cost of £4. 10s.
Suggested Amendments to <l Heulth
Acl, 1898."—The committee have
fully considered Jhe proposed amendments
brought before the board ut Its
Iti01 meeting. In vi-iw, however, of
the provjsinjjs of the Amending Health
Hill, now before Parliament, thoy con-
sider tha'. ample powers ore given the
boird io the directions in question,
and could not, therefore, see the necessity
of putting forward the suggestions.
Drains Emptying i a to -Swan Rirer.
—Jq connection with U complaint
from tht Fremintle Harbor Trust, tho
town ru^inecr iind chief health inspectoi
had been instructed to mako a
M-jnuTac! lire of Fertiliser from
Manorial Products.—Jfr P. Ryan's
olT-r to undertake manufacture of a
fertiliser providing the hoard would
fii-.'Ct ix [liant, esti ' ated to cost £200,
ami pav hiin a salary of £-1 per
week, pins f> per cent commission,
Mas considered. -Tire committee
cnuld not see its way to recornuienQ
(lie initial expenditure, hut bad
asked Mr Jiyan to iruke an offer for
thn purchase of the material, he to
hive the riyht to ii-anufncture and
iliijios" of the fertiliser.
Lot fiHl, at corner of Queen and
Doonaii streets, the property of the
trustees of estate of lato L. A.
tlie hoard pass an order requiring
t ^ui r> i
;ot 4M Par y.8(reet and Dopnan.
^^..Ihe property of 1. K Qau.Ian
With regard to two of these tenements,
your committee are of the
opinion that they are not Gt for
human occupation or habitatioh,
and recommend tlvat on the receipt
H2 of the Health Act, 1898, they he
cnndemmil accordingly. With rek'dril
to the rcuiaiuiug six tenements,
it is recommended that the
hoard pass an "order requiring tlie
owner 10 put (he same 111(0 proper
Three tenements situate 011 town
lot Oj.'i, Hill and Donuan streets, the
cise of one of these cottages your
committee is at the opinion that the
same should not agaiu lie let as a
cottage?, it is recommended that the
hoard pa?s an
I11 connection with the last
clause, it waB painted out that
Btiiko out the word repairs.
Tho report was adopted.
Dr J. W.
Ho pi, health-officer reported
iknt there iv«s a marked decline
In ali there were 18 cases. Of
tlieso 12 occurred duriug the first
week, three the second, aud three dur-:
ing the third, aad none during the
fourth. „ .
Of tho 18 cufios 10 were adults, or
below echool nge, or did not attend
school. Iu three, infectioji is known
to have arisen at liome environment.
0/ the other five, tbey Attended various
BchoolB, aad the uonrce -may have "beeu
omiDeoted therewith, althpugh direct
eyidenco cannot be fçot. : Ona death
oocurred, Harold Westop, agéd 2, He
ruoomtnendo'l i,that a 'Îob ii» always
paid for"juooulatiijjf cpntaçts, 'afi H
would curtail the spread of tho infactioa.
Tho report,was adopted,
•-Jns^tptpr'ii Report. •
r iSimpioo rapoytoi^ ^hat HIÛB
biBalhaâ 'bemiBM t ïtb : tbB
Tho engineer and inspector reported
that tho work was originally carried
was ventilated prior to thn seLtiug io
of the winter, abd tho flood water badabated
the nuisance until recently.
suggérions should bB carried out.
Mr ihirrett art.lui, ill reply to the
uiHynr, th«r the money previously j
spent on the work had nnt hoen wnstcd, i
but Hib Work had not lie^ii carried far J
cuoiiih. To prohibit the Company ,
from discharging ammonia into
drain would mitigate thu nuia-ince hut 1
not entirely stop it. Tho cost of Lhe J
nceefisary improvements would be about 1
£2o - [
i ! ! '
a """"' t I
The Ih'emiei- indicated his willingness
to closo Lhe White Gum Valley
sehool if necessary.
Since receipt of the letter it .ippoarpd
that ilmre had been H ces?ati,iu of
diphtheria, and no further acti in was
Tho inspector of benlth recommended
that enamelled plaies be
obtained, forbidding spittin» on footpaths,
at a cost of Xil 10s.
Gi-s Nieholns aud Holmes objected
that hand painted plate* ivoiild ho
sufficient, and the lat'er that it was
The Central Board of IJoalth applied
board hy a large ;majority declined to
iupply, on Lhe ground that it was
useless to employ the officers in pre
paring returns tor.a moribund hoard.
The health officer reported on complaints
made in regard to putters iu
Knssell-streel, and it wns ngreed that
the committee should visit the spnt.
Formal orders were made for the condemnation
of two houses in Doonanstreet
as unfit for human habitation
|certainly gave the local boards, not the
Drain at corner of Scott-street and
Mandurah-road.—The town engineer
has been instructed to provide a gully
trap at the inlet to the underground
drain, at an estimated cost of £4 10s.
Suggested Amendments to " Health
Act, 1898."—The committee have
fully considered the proposed amendments
brought before the board at its
last meeting. In view, however, of
the provisions of the Amending Health
Bill, now before Parliament, they con-
sider that ample powers are given the
board in the directions in question,
and could not, therefore, see the neces-
sity of putting forward the suggestions.
Drains Emptying into Swan River.
—In connection with a complaint
from the Fremantle Harbor Trust, the
town engineer and chief health inspec-
tor had been instructed to make a
Manufacture of Fertiliser from
Manurial Products.—Mr P. Ryan's
offer to undertake manufacture of a
fertiliser providing the board would
erect a plant, estimated to cost £200,
and pay him a salary of £4 per
week, plus 5 per cent commission,
was considered. The committee
could not see its way to recommend
the initial expenditure, but had
asked Mr Ryan to make an offer for
the purchase of the material, he to
have the right to manufacture and
dispose of the fertiliser.
Lot 534, at corner of Queen and
Doonan streets, the property of the
trustees of estate of late L. A.
the board pass an order requiring
Lot 484, Parry-street and Doonan-
street, the property of T.F. Quinlan
—With regard to two of these tene-
ments, your committee are of the
opinion that they are not fit for
human occupation or habitation,
and recommend that on the receipt
92 of the Health Act, 1898, they be
condemned accordingly. With re-
gard to the remaining six tene-
ments, it is recommended that the
board pass an order requiring the
owner to put the same into proper
Three tenements situate on town
lot 953, Hill and Doonan streets, the
case of one of these cottages your
committee is of the opinion that the
same should not again be let as a
cottages, it is recommended that the
board pass an order requiring the
repair, and provide more ventila-
In connection with the last
clause, it was pointed out that
strike out the word repairs.
The report was adopted.
Dr J. W. Hope, health-officer, re-
ported that there was a marked de-
cline in the number of diphtheric
In all there were 18 cases. Of
these 12 occurred during the first
week, three the second, and three dur-
ing the third, and none during the
Of the 18 cases 10 were adults, or
below school age, or did not attend
school. In three, infection is known
to have arisen at home environment.
Of the other five, they attended various
schools, and the source may have been
connected therewith, although direct
evidence cannot be got. One death
occurred, Harold Weston, aged 2. He
recommended that a fee be always
paid for inoculating contacts, as it
would curtail the spread of tho in-
The report was adopted,
Inspector Simpson reported that nine
samples of bread had been sent to the
The engineer and inspector reported
that the work was originally carried
was ventilated prior to the setting-in
of the winter, and the flood water had
abated the nuisance until recently.
suggestions should be carried out.
Mr Barrett added, in reply to the
mayor, that the money previously
spent on the work had not been wasted,
but the work had not been carried far
enough. To prohibit the Gas Company
from discharging ammonia into the
drain would mitigate the nuisance but
not entirely stop it. The cost of the
necessary improvements would be about
It was agreed to expend this amount
The Premier indicated his willing-
ness to close the White Gum Valley
school if necessary.
Since receipt of the letter it appeared
that there had been a cessation of
diphtheria, and no further action was
Tho inspector of health recom-
mended that enamelled plates be
obtained, forbidding spitting on foot-
paths, at a cost of £3 10s.
Crs Nicholas and Holmes objected
that hand painted plates would be
sufficient, and the latter that it was
The Central Board of Health applied
board by a large majority declined to
supply, on the ground that it was
useless to employ the officers in pre-
paring returns tor.a moribund board.
The health officer reported on com-
plaints made in regard to gutters in
Russell-street, and it was agreed that
the committee should visit the spot.
Formal orders were made for the con-
demnation of two houses in Doonan-
street as unfit for human habitation
Pigeons and Water.
|FREMANTLE BOARD OF HEALTH. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25. (Article), The Mail (Fremantle, WA : 1904 - 1905), Wednesday 26 October 1904 [Issue No.253] page 4||2017-04-25 19:03||r.nd Ces Fearn, doues, Loukee, hynn,
Norman, Craig, Nicholas, Pieice,
Busiiiosb out of Mir?ntep.
1' le ncling-BCcretary reported that
i( wou]d ^ for tb(J board tQ n
(;iQ rocommenda(io,, of Uio health
,Ll.(hu, paynjeut for inoculat|
f di btl]eric c0nlQcta wa8 to he
l e n
c a "* , '" ue£ *
It wrr puggested that the board
authorise thu aclsug-eccrotary, town
euginecr and licalth iuspector to meet
thn engineers for the tramway scheme
(Messrg Noyce and Bi*adford), and
discu^s-with tliem the possibilities of
providing a scheme of refuse destrUc
tion in conjunction w-itli the electric
find power icsUllations.
Cr Jones at surac length dwelt upon
the necessity of the board takiug stepB
tn watch [egislation in the Lcgisiative
bciug empowered to prosecute people.
Tho Mayor snid tho Health Bill
ecrtaiuly gave the IocïI boards, not the
ofhcialfi, very cxteunive powers, but
he thought tho boards could be traated
lo t'Xt , i , cise discretion.
Accounts nmountiog to £01 Oa 6d
wore pfifised for piymcut.
TJie committee reported :—
|and Crs Fearn, Jones, Loukes, Lynn,
Norman, Craig, Nicholas, Pierce,
Business out of Minutes.
The acting-secretary reported that
it would be for the board to say, upon
the recommendation of the health
officer, whether payment for inocula-
tion of diphtheric contacts was to be
continued for any further period.
It was suggested that the board
authorise the acting-secretary, town
eugineer and health inspector to meet
the engineers for the tramway scheme
(Messrg Noyce and Bradford), and
discuss with them the possibilities of
providing a scheme of refuse destruc-
tion in conjunction with the electric
light and power installations.
Cr Jones at some length dwelt upon
the necessity of the board taking steps
to watch legislation in the Legisiative
being empowered to prosecute people.
The Mayor said the Health Bill
certainly gave the Iocal boards, not the
officials, very extensive powers, but
he thought the boards could be trusted
to exercise discretion.
Accounts amounting to £91 ?s 8d
wore passed for payment.
The committee reported :—
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