J. W. Peryman, Mount Magnet. Codd Bottle.


Peryman Mount Magnet Antique Codd Bottle

Municipal Election at Mount Magnet - The West Australian 24th July 1896.
Mount Magnet, July 23.
Great interest was centred in the municipal election yesterday. Mr. Attwood withdrew for the mayoral contest at the last minute in favour of Mr. Peryman. The result of the voting was - For Mr. Witherow, 55; and for Mr. Peryman, 45. The polling for councillors resulted in the return of Messrs. Hogan, 37; Day, 36; McAlinden, 33; Lee, 31; Pember, 27; and Hill, 26. Mr. Gee, the Registrar, acted as returning officer.

Mt. Magnet - The West Australian 4th February 1898
Mt. Magnet, February 3.
Before Mr. Jos Bryant, J.P., to-day, and a jury of three, an enquiry was held into the circumstances of the fire, which occurred on the morning of December 31st., at the Mt. Magnet Hotel, owned by Mr. J. W. Peryman and occupied by Messrs. Pierce and Goble. Several witnesses were called, and the jury, after a five hours' sitting, found that two fires sprang up on the premises entirely distinct, and that there was no evidence as to how either of the fires originated.

Kalgoorlie Western Argus 30th November 1899
Mrs. J. Peryman, of Mount Magnet, died yesterday morning from pneumonia. The funeral, which was held in the afternoon, was very largely attended. The deceased was the mother of Mrs Ware, Mayoress of Adelaide.

The West Australian 21st February 1923
PERYMAN - On February 13, 1923, at his residence, Mount Magnet, J. H. W. Peryman, beloved father of Jack Peryman and stepfather of Miss Bucknall and Mrs. Hayter, Mount Magnet, and Mrs. C. G. Smith, of Faincrow, Cue; aged 85 years.