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FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 October 1864

FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) The principal event of the past week has been the departure in the Flying Foam of the 'Pioneer Party for Roebuck Bay on Monday ; previous to starting' the manager and his party sat down to a farewell lunch which had been   provided for them at Mrs. Marmion's by the friends of the company, several of whom were present, and endeavoured to make the explorers' last hour in Fremantle a pleasant and agreeable one; after a few complimentary speeches the party broke up and proceeded on board the vessel, which was soon standing out of the bay with a splendid breeze in her favour. A number of friends were congregated upon the jetty   who gave the party a cheer as they passed, % which waa re-echoed from the ship with the ad additional accompaniment of the report of a small   cannon. The four prisoners who last escaped from North Fremantle enjoyed but a very slight taste of the sweets of liberty, their ramble did no...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 October 1864

BIRTH. ON the 4th Inst., the wife of Mr. E. S. JAMES, of a daughter. MARRIED. AT Newcastle, on the 1st October Inst., by the Rev. C. Harper, ALFRED DURLACHER, ESQ., to DEBORAH, eldest daughter of M. CLARKSON, ESQ. No Cards.

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Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. "Be just and fear not; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."—Shakspeare. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1864. THE WEDDING OF THE JOURNALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 October 1864

PERTH GAZETTE & W.A. TIMES   " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's." - Shakespeare. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1864. THE WEDDING OF THE JOURNALS. THERE is an old saying that marriage is a lottery, but even if it be so the "happy couple" contracting it usually receives the congratulations of mutual friends, and often more substantial marks of good-will : we trust that the alliance which marks the first appearance of the " PERTH GAZETTE AND WEST AUSTRALIAN TIMES." may elict similar marks of approval, and that its future may be distinguished by its gaining the confidence and support of all classes of the community, with whose ma- terial prosperity its own best interests, are bound up. Actuated by no virulent party spirit, or private interests we shall view public matters in one light only as affecting the welfare of all, and com- ment upon them in a tone which while removed from vulgar rancour, shall faithfully re...

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SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1864. [Before His Honor Chief Justice Burt.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 October 1864

SUPREME COURT - CRIMINAL SIDE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1864. [Before His Honor Chief Justice Burt.] Theodore Krakouer and Lewis Myers, were called in discharge of their recognizances ; the former made his appearance, but Myers not be- ing forthcoming, his bail, amounting to £500, was directed to be estreated. The recogni- zances entered into by Adelaide Isaacs, of Fre- mantle, as Myers' surety, £500 additional, were also included in the same order. Krakouer was charged with stealing various orders for the payment of monies, the property of Thomas Phillips, at the Wheal Fortune Mine, on the 6th May last. There were two counts in the indictment. Mr. Landor appeared for the defence. The Advocate General having opened the case, called Thomas Phillips- Is a butcher, and lived at the Wheal Fortune Mine on the 6th May, in a house divided by a rug into two rooms ; the prisoner, Ridley and Parker, lived together in the house; Krakouer kept a small store of   drapery goods, and had...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 October 1864

Notice. FOR Sale the ensuing York Fair, 500 very superior breeding Ewe's,   unless previously disposed of. For further particulars apply to - Mr. J. H. Monger, Jun., York.   September 24,1864. York Agricultural Society.   THE Quarterly Meeting of the York   Agricultural Society, was held on   Saturday, 6th instant, at the Castle Hotel S. E Burges, Esq. in the Chair. Proposed by Mr. S. S. Parker, and seconded by Mr. R. D. Hardey :- " That the York Fair be held on Wednesday, the 26th of October next, when the following   prizes will be offered for competition : HORSES. Best imported horse adapted for       breeding for exportation 5£ 0s 0d Or if standing in York from 1st   Oct. to 1st Dec. 10£ 0s 0d Second best (without last condition) 3£ 0s 0d Best imported cart entire 5£ 0s 0d Or if standing in York from 1st Oct. to 1st Dec. 10£ 0s 0d Second ditto (withou...

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CHAMPION BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 October 1864

CHAMPION BAY. The following Report on the Yanganooka mine for the month of August, has been made by Mr. Lorey, the mining captain in charge of the works : - 'Whim'. -This I have erected, it is in full work and answers satisfactorily. 'Old Shaft'. -This shaft I have cleared up to bottom, water forked, also sunk 2 fathoms ; the last fathom has improved considerably for cop- per ore.   'Seven Fathom Level'. -This level has been driven 10 fathoms from shaft, through as good strata of copper ore ground : this lode will pro- duce 3 tons Copper ore per fathom, average 30 per cent., the width of the lode I have not at present ascertained, but what I have seen is about 10 feet wide, composed of Gossan, Lime, Iron, Priam, and Grey ore ; in 10 fathoms from this shaft, the lode is split in 2 parts, caused by the intersection of a granite reef ; a well has been sunk about 150 fathoms from that point for water for the mine ; on the East part of that lode, in forking the mine I draine...

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THE CIRCASSIAN EXODUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 October 1864

THE CIRCASSIAN EXODTJS. "' The last number of the Quarterly Renew contains an interesting article upon " The Circassian Exodus "-aii appeal for sym- pathy and assistance on behalf of the un- happy people of the Caucasus, whom ac- cording to the reviewer, we ought to have defended against the rapacity of Eussia. " The causes which led to their abandonment by England," we read, " may be summed up in these words-7 absence of policy on the part of the Government, and ignorance and indiffer- ence on the part of the nation." Instead of interposing between the mountaineers and the Eussians, we contented ourselves with putting down what we designated " the Circassian slave trade"-that is to say, the sale of girls to the rich lords of Constantinople: an interference which displeased the Circassians as much as the Turks, siace the young women of the for- mer race look with pleasure to a life on the Bosphorous, where, it is said, they are, " almost without exception, respect- ably married." Th...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 October 1864

Correspondence.   To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. SIR, - Since the publication of my letter in the W. A. Times of the 22nd Sept., several remarks have appeared in the Journals, both for and against the statements made by me, some of which are so opposed to facts, betray so much ignorance, and are so directly contra- dictory to my assertions, that I cannot allow them to pass without comment. I refer more particularly to an article in the Inquirer of the 28th Sept. wherein the author clearly betrays that he knows nothing about the subject of which he writes, and that he has certainly never been in Tasmania ; in fact, he confesses that he has " made enquiries", the person from whom he gleaned his information has misled him, and, and in order that this misleading may not extend to the public, I beg to advance facts that can- not be contradicted. I mentioned in my former letter, that a " Sergeant's guard was employed to watch the prisoners." " We as...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 October 1864

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVALS. October 3. -'Brothers', 17 tons, Lewis, master, from Vasse. Passengers -Messrs. A. P. Bus- sell, Macgregor, and H. Clarkson. Cargo- 468 pieces timber, 10 kegs butter, and 20 bags potatoes. Same day -'Sea Spray', 33 tons, Cobb, master, from the Vasse. Cargo-26 loads timber. DEPARTURES. October 3. -'Flying Foam', 34 tons, Cooper, master, for the North-West Coast, Roebuck Bay. Passengers -Messrs. Panter, Harding, Burges, Mews, Vincent, Goldwyer, Stewart, Bathgate, and Seubert. Cargo-28 sheep, 6 horses, and sundry stores, for the Roebuck Bay Company.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 October 1864

For Sydney direct.   THE Brig Kestrel,       F. Davis, master, will sail for the above port: on or about the 17th October. For freight or passage apply, to T. & H. CARTER '& Co. .     Fremantle, Sept. 19, 1864. FOR ADELAIDE. THE Brig EUROPA,   190 tons register, will sail for the above port about the 10th October. This ves- sel offers a good opportunity for passen- gers, being in charge of J. Lindsay, so well and favorably known as Captain of the Gem. Apply to T. & H. CARTER & Co. Fremantle, Sept. 19, 1864. FOR MADRAS via CHAMPION BAY. The fast sailing first-class ship   MERCHANTMAN, A1,   1018 tons, MR WILLIAM GARDINER, commander, will leave Gage's Roads for Champion Bay en route for Madras, on or about the 12th day of October next (wind and weather permitting). For freight or passage to Champion     Bay, and for freight (not being live stock) or passage to Madras, apply to...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 October 1864

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. THE three runaway Convicts, of whom the notorious Gray was one, who made their escape from the North Fremantle party on the 17th of last month, and were captured about one hundred miles to the eastward of York as already reported, were brought into Perth on Monday last, under strong Police escort. The capture of these men reflects the greatest credit on our Police Force, the Native assistants tracking throughout a distance of nearly two hundred and fifty miles with extraordinary accuracy. Both European and Native Consta- bles in this instance are full entitled to, and we trust they will receive, adequate rewards. -+ ON Monday last, a Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce was held at their Room in the Town of Fremantle, when the subject of re- questing the Local Government to take the working of the Tramway to the South Jetty into their hand was under discussion, in conse- quence of the Chamber having been unable to procure tenders from any persons willing to under...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 October 1864

COMMISSARIAT Sale of Surplus Stores, per Convict Ship " Mer- chantman." MR. SAMSON, (GOVERNMENT AUCTIONEER), WILL Sell by Auction at the Commis- sariat Magazines, at Fremantle, on MONDAY, the 10th of October, at 12 o'clock precisely : SUNDRY SURPLUS STORES, &c., consisting of the usual articles of PROVISIONS, BEDDING, &c, &c. H. ASHTON, Assistant Commissary General. Commissariat, Fremantle, W. A., } September 21, 1864. } TENDERS (in duplicate) will be re- ceived at the Commissariat Office, Fremantle, till noon of MONDAY, the 10th instant for the supply of the follow- ing articles, viz : Canvas or Duck, light, 2 feet width Yards, 900, (or a sufficient quantity of any other width equal to the above.) Pots, iron oval, 6 or 8 gallons-No., 12 Line, Road or Hambro-Fathoms, 360 To be delivered into the Commissariat Magazines within three days from date of acceptance of Tender, and subject to approval on delivery. Samples of Canvas or Duck and Line to accompany Tende...

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To the Editor of the "Perth Gazette & W. A. Times." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 October 1864

To the Editor of the "Perth Gazette & W. A. Times." SIR,-The recommitment of Redpath to the Convict Establishment has excited a great amount of bitter feeling in the mind of many against the Rev. Mr. Bostock, to whom is at- tributed the sole cause of his confinement. All must agree that the Rev. gentleman could not overlook the insolent message, sent direct to him ; and that he followed the most correct course in reporting the case to the Resi- dent Magistrate, who transmitted the facts to His Excellency the Governor. Perhaps it is not generally known by Red path's friends and sympathisers that he has been lately carrying on a system of petty swindling, his old game on a small scale, for which he has been several times before the Police Court. There can be no doubt but that His Excellency was cognizant of these facts when he consigned Redpath to prison, and that this knowledge added additional weight to his sentence. Redpath occupied the post of secretary to the " Working Ma...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 14 October 1864

BIRTH. AT Fremantle, on the 13th instant, the wife of G. C. ATTFIELD, ESQ., of a daughter. DIED. AT Perth, on the 13th inst., JOHN ARTHUR, second son and fifth child of GEORGE WALPOLE LEAKE, of Perth, Crown Solicitor for the Colony. At Perth, on the morning of the 13th inst., PHILLIP SAFFRY, eldest son of Mr. S. S. EVANS; aged 3 years and four months.  

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 14 October 1864

To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times SIR, - We, the Committee of the Working Man's Association, Fremantle, beg to request   your insertion of the following remarks in reply to the fourth paragraph of the letter of your correspondent " B " in your last issue. The   other items not interfering with the affairs of the Association, do not call for any remarks from us, and we may state here that we shall decline any further discussion on the subject. We are, Sir, Your most obedient servants, WILLIAM BROWN,   Chairman.   (On behalf of tho Committee.) 1st. - We deny the assertion that a vote of thanks was passed to Mr. Redpath since his commitment. At a Special General Meeting, held on the 20th September, 1864, a vote of thanks was unanimously passed to him for his services as Secretary to the Association, and on the next day September 21st, he was sent back to the Establishment, for what reason, it was not the provinc...

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FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 14 October 1864

FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) On Thursday, the 6th instant, the Favorite sailed for Champion Bay; and I hope, should any assistance beyond that of the Albert be re- quired to aid the Zephyr, the Captain, will have an opportunity of engaging the services of that vessel. In the Inquirer of yesterday, it is stated by their " Champion Bay Correspondent/' that the Zephyr " was upon the sand and a heavy sea lashing the sides of the unlucky ship," leading their readers to suppose that there was no hope of saving the vessel. I have seen a copy of a statement both from the Captain and also the Agents at Champion Bay, in which they state that the weather is fine and that they hope to get the vessel off. On Friday, the Kestrel sailed for the Vasse, where she will take in a cargo of timber, and return to this port for passengers, after which, she will proceed to Sydney. This vessel offers another opportunity for the continuous stream of immigrants leaving the colony ; the Sea Ripple ...

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CHAMPION BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 14 October 1864

CHAMPION BAY. By the Favorite, which arrived yesterday from Champion Bay, we hear that intelligence had been received on the 9th inst. from Port Gregory, that the Zephyr had been considerably lightened, was not making any water, and was expected to be got afloat on the 10th. The Police had returned from their hunt after the native murderers of Mr. Cook's Shep- herd, on the Upper Irwin, with the fellows in custody ; they had followed them 200 miles to the eastward, where they found a fine country somewhat similar to the Greenough Flats, but   well watered aud covered with scarlet Clian- ' thus as at Nicol Bay.

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KING GEORGE'S SOUND SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 14 October 1864

KING GEORGE'S SOUND SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. September 25-The ship 'Australia', Captain Noble. Cargo-Coals for the P. & O. Company. October 1-The brig 'Ziska', Captain, Morris. General cargo from Sydney. October 2-The A.S.N.C. s.s. Rangatira, Captain Paddle, from Adelaide, with Mails for transhipment per Northam. ' Same Day-The P. & O. Co's s.s. Northam, Captain Skottowe, from Melbourne and Sydney with Mails for England. October 7-The P. & O. Co.'s s.s. Madras, Captain Burns, with Mails from England. DEPARTURES. Sept. 9-The brig Europa, for Swan River. Oct. 3-The brig Ziska, for Swan River.' Same Day-The P. & O. Co.'s s.s. Northam, for Point de Galle.     7-The A.S.N.C. s.s. Rangatira, for Adelaide. 17 passengers, and English Mails transhipped from the Madras. Same Day-The P. & O. Co's s.s. Madras for Melbourne.

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A GLORIOUS AMBITION! [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 14 October 1864

A GLORIOUS AMBITION! Said the Scythian ambassadors to Alexander, " If your person were as vast as your ambition the world would not contain you." We have now in our midst a conqueror whose ambition is as boundless as Alexander's. The old world was too narrow a sphere for its exercise, and he has sought the new. We refer to Professor   Holloway, whose desire to benefit mankind, uusated by the countless cures his medicines have accomplished, is now actively engaged in revolutionizing the treatment of disease in this country. Conquest and subjugation are its objects-the conquest of the various maladies that afilict the human race. The trophies of his skill are to be found in every region of the earth, for his remedies are omnipotent, and wherever they have penetrated, disease has given way to their hygeian influence. Probably there are not half a dozen newspapers in existence that have not borne voluntary testi- mony to the wonder-working effiency of Hollo- way's Pills and...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 14 October 1864

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The South Australian Register, writing on the subject of exploration, says :-" The great exploration, in which South Australia during the last twenty years has taken so prominent a part, is now about to be carried on with fresh energy. Mr. Stuart's discoveries are to be ex- tended within the colony by Major Warburton, and beyond the colony by Mr. A. Ball. Major Warburton's expediton, which is being fitted out by the Government in accordance with re- solutions passed by both Houses of Parliament, is, in the first place intended for the examina- tion of the country beyond Mount Margaret. It is proposed to proceed to the N.E. of that point, in order to ascertain whether there is any truth in the report as to the existence of a large river flowing into Lake Eyre: and when that part of the colony has been ex- amined it is intended to explore to the west- ward, with the view of connecting the Interior   of 'No Man's Land' and the adjacent country &nbs...

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