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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. FRIDAY, APRIL 16,1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

%\)c llesieni lusrtraiiair ©tutes. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. EKIDAÎC^ AN error of some importance will be found in the earlier portion of our last issue-"to this day a single letter separ- ates the Greek and Latin Churches " it should of course have been " a single word," though we were not thin king when we wrote of " filioque " but of the substitution of "through" for "and" which was proposed at the Council of Florence and would have satisfied both Churches-bat the Pope, although the forgery of the Acts of the Council of Nicea, on which the Latins based their claim to the retention of " filioque " in the creed,-was so flagrant, that the docu- ment had to be withdrawn without pro- test, would not consent. As a specimen of Infallibility it may be worth noting that while both Churches had signed the Anathemas of the 2nd Council of Con- stantinople, confirmed bj that of Eph esus, against any Church that should pre- sume to add one word or letter to the Creed of JSTieea, and though . Pope...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. FREMANTLE.-April 12th,-Azelia, for Roe- bourne. April 13th,-Nautilus, from Melbourne, midnight.' James and Mary, for Vasse. VASSE,-April 13th,-Dolphin, for Bunbury, at noon. GERALDTON,-April 14th,-Azeiia, from Fre- mantle. BUNBURY,-April 14th,-James and Mary, from.Fremantle, 4-30 p.m. ALBANY,-April 14th,-Ofcigo, foi* Cape, 3 p.m. Tribune, for Bmibury.

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ORGAN FOR ST. GEORGE'S CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

ORGAN FOR ST. GEORGE'S CATHEDRAL. The following is a description of the Organ to be built by Messrs. Hill & Son, of London, for St. Georges' Cathedral, Perth, the tender for which was accepted by Mr. W. T. Loton, and Mr. Clode of Queen's Hill Lodge, Ascott, acting   on behalf of the organ committee : Two manuals, compass CE. to G., 56 notes, Pedal CCC to E., 29 notes. GREAT ORGAN. metal 8 feet metal 8 wood 8 metal 4 wood 4 metal 3 metal 2 metal 56 44 56 pipes 1-Open Diapason 2-Dulciana (grooved) 3-Stopped Diapason.. 4-Principal. 5-Wald Flute. 6-Twelfth . 7-Fifteenth. 8-Mixture 2 ranks ... SWELL ORGAN. 1-Open Diapason grooved metal 8 2-Hohl Flute ... wood 8 3-Principal . metal 4 4r-Fifteenth. metal 2 5-Oboe . metal 8 PEDAL ORGAN. 1-Open Diapason ... wood 16 £-Bourdpn . wood 16 Couplers.-1 Swell to great, 2 great to pedal, Swell to Pedal. Three composition pedals to great organ. The case is of Pitch Pine. The front pipes are diapered and the wood pipes of mahogany...

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MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

MAIL NOTICE. Mails for transmission by Coasting Mail Steamer for Europe, India, Cape of Good Hope, &c. ; the Australian Colonies, New Zealand, and Tasmania, will close as under : At the General Post Office, Perth, on TUES- DAY, April 20th, at 11 a.m. At Geraldton, Champion Bay, on SATUR- DAY, April 17th, at 4 p.m. At Fremantle, on TUESDAY, April 20th, at 2 p.m. At Bunbury, on WEDNESDAY* April 21st, at*9 a.m. At Busselton,on WEDNESDAY, April21st, at 2 p.m. At the General Post Office, Perth : Money Orders for transmission by the above conveyance will be issued on the United King- dom, the Australian Colonies, New Zealand and Tasmania, up to 11 a.m. on Monday, the 19th April. Letters for Registration may be posted one hour before the closing of the mails. Late Letters, on payment of a fee of6d., may be posted one hour alter the closing of the mails. Newspapers must be posted one hour before the closing oí the mails, otherwise they will not be forwarded until the next Mail. Note...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL PERTH. MONDAY, APRIL 5th. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL PERTH. MONDAY, APRIL 5th. Present - The Chairman and Councillors Smith, Jewell, Chipper, Howlett, Backshall, Churchyard, Eliot, and Stone. Several small accounts were presented and passed for pay- ment. The tender of D. A. Gray to execute certain repairs to the Town Jetty for £12 was accepted, the only other tenderer was Wm. Laurence for £13 10s. The chairman informed the council he had received the resignation of Mr. J. T. Reilly, one of the councillors for the Central Ward. It was resolved that a meeting of ratepayers to fill the vacancy caused hy such resignation be held on Friday, 23rd inst. A letter from Mr. W. Look of Guildford, request- ing the council to remove the blue stone carted andJsady for boating was considered and direc- tions given for inviting tenders for boating the same. A letter was also read from Joshua Cole, respecting the acceptance of a tender for clearing several streets and asking to be re- lieved therefrom, Councillor Backshall drew at- ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We cannot insert any correspondence for which we should be unwilling to assume the usual Editorial responsibilities, nor any state- ment of facts, without the name and condition of the writer are known to us. We cannot undertake to return rejected communications or to assign any reason for non-insertion.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

AT LAST The G-reat Desideratum oí tlie District Obtained A Cheap Store!!! CHAS. S. MONGER, Newcastle, ' has just received, ex CLEOPATEA, ROYAL MAIL STEAMER, and other recent arrivals, a most splendid assort- ment of goods adapted to the coming season, and which he is now offering for «ale at prices which do, and will continue to, defy competition. A most liberal discount allowed for cash. All marketable produce taken in pay- ment. C. S. MONGER. Newcastle, October 21 1874. To the Queen and Royal Family ; To H.R.H the Prince of Wales (Special Appointment) ; And to several Indian Potentates, Foreign Governments, and Railway Companies. Established 1749. J. W. JOE N s ON, WATCH AND CLOCK, MAKER, GOLDSMITH, SILVERSMITH, AND ARTISTIC METAL WORKER. PRIZE MEDALIST OP THE LONDON, DUB- LIN AND PARIS EXHIBITIONS. Maker of the Chronograph by which the Derby and all other Races and great Events of the Day are timed. MANUFACTORY AND CITY HOUSE-58 & 60, LUDGATE HILL. WEST END ESTABLISHMENTS...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

^ S. S. " GE^EGETTE" SAILS from Champion Bay every 4th SATUBDAY, under contract with the Government, to convey English and Co- lonial mails to and from Albany. Pas- sengers will please note the postal time- table«, for the departure of the boat from the different ports. CONNOR & MCKAY. August 8,1874. G. F. WILKIN» k Co. FOB SALE, at the o£\ of the afeove A very handsome looser ed PHno. Can be sold a great bargain. Also,-A first-class Sev- .r* Machine by Wheeler & Wilson, cato uew. T;<h all the latest improvemei ' s and a ?? i n4bor of extras. * u /' §k George's Terraee,r terth. THE undersigned have for sale, Flour Claret Wheat Scented Soap Barley Currants Oats Kaisins: G. F. WILKINSON & CO. G F. WILKINSON & CO AUCTIONEERS AND GENERAL, COMMISSION AGENTS, . PEBTH, W.A. Every description of Agency business transacted. Account Sales, with proceeds, rendered immediately after sales. ENLARGEMENT, GIÏÏLS' GOVERNMENT SCHOOL. I^HE Perth District Boa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

EXTENSIVE SALE OF Merchandize I I Messrs. T. FARRELLY,*Co. HAVE instructions, from the Importers, to sell by Auction at their Booms on Wednesday, the 21st inst., a large and varied assortment of goods, con- sisting df: mßUNKS of Ladies and Gents E. S. ± Boots Oxonian Shoes Clay pipes, in 1 gross boxes Pipe stems and pipe lids Shackle knives and leather sheaths Playing Cards ^riSong Books % /^Vcishing Blue f Men's Clothing, &c.¿-&c. Saîe to commence at 11 o'clock, a.m. Terms Cash. TO Joseph Taylor Monger, Esq., York. DEAR SIR,-Having been informed that in consequence of the resigna- tion of our late member, there will be a new election of a member to represent these districts in the Legislative Council. We, the undersigned electors of York and Beverley, beg to request you to come forward as a candidate for our suffrages and we pledge ourselves to support your candidature. We are, dear Sir, York, March 17, 1875. [Here follow the signatures.] o To the Electors of York a...

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THE BRITISH PHARISEE. (Liberal Review): [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

THE BRITISH PHARISEE. (Liberal Review): It should by this time be accepted as an established fact that there are more pious- and morality loving people in England than in any other country in the world, for the God-fèaring souls who live in our midst are constantly as- suring us that this is so. The infidelity and licentiousness of France, the scei^ticism of Ger- many, the rowdyism of the United States of America, and the heathenism of other countries too numerous to mention, are regularly trotted out by many pious monitors in this island, in order that we may execrate them, and join in the paaans of thankfulness that we are. not as other people are. Such, indeed, is the awful condition of some countries as compared with our own that, when imprudent men attempt to reform something that seems to them amiss in our state, they are appalled by hearing the dreadful prophecy that, if they are permitted to have their way, this great and gobd England will become like some one or other of it...

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THE APPEEHENDED WAK IN EUROPE. (New York Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

THE APPEEHENDED WAK IN * EUROPE. Oew York Times.) In European diplomacy it is very fre- quently the improbably that happens. OKI the eve of the outbreak of the Franco German war one of the most confident observers of the political barometer said that the prospects for a long-continued peace were never brighter than at that moment. At the present time, when all prognostications bode approaching war, it would, therefore, be rash to conclude that the influences working against such a contingency are not stronger than those which seem to be propelling the leading Continental powers rapidly toward it. While that reflection may deter people from making confident predictions about a series of highly complicated political questions, it cannot deter them from tak- ing account of the natural result m of the pressent oppressive scale of European ar- maments. The London Times which is probably able to get at the opinions enter- tained by the British Foreign Office on this subject, took, yesterd...

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Supreme Court-CIVIL Sittings. (Before his Honor the Chief Justice and a Special jury.) WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14TH. Connor and McKay v. Anderson and others. (Continued in our next.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

Supreme Court-CÍYÍI Sitting». (Before his Honor the Chief Justice and a Special jury.) WEDÍÍESDAY, APRIL 14ffH. Connor and McKay v. Anderson and others. (Continued in our next. ) This was an action in trover for a cargo of timber, in which the plaintiffs sought to recover £5.500 damages, by reason of the loss sustained through the acts of the defendants. The de- fendants pleaded "not guilty," that the timber was not the timber of the defendants ; and that what they did was done by leave of the plaintiffs ; whereupon issue was joined. The Attorney General and Mr. E. A. Stone (instructed by Mr. Leake, Q-C, ) appeared for the plaintiffs : Mr. Burt, with whom Mr. S. H. Parker for the defendants. From the opening of the Attorney General it appeared that the plaintiffs-Messrs. Connor and McKay, the now well-known proprietors of the Georgette-were in 1871, engaged in carrying out extensive public works for the Canterbury Government, and requiring a quantity of jarrah for the undertaking th...

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Government Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

êcfoernment émette* Notice is hereby given, that whereas under and pursuant to the provisions of an Act passed " in the thirty-seventh year of the reign of her present Majesty, intituled " An Act to further .regulate the importation of Cattle, Sheep, and Pigs," His Excellency The Governor in Execu- tive Council was pleased to make an order that for.a period of two years the importation of cattle, sheep, and pigs into Western Australia from all places beyond the Ausi$alasian Colo- nies was prohibited, and that such period should be taken to commence from the date of the publication of a notice to the above effect in- the London " Times" ; and whereas such notice was jmblished in the said "Times" newspaper on the thirtieth day of September, in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and seventy-three ; and whereas it has appeared to the Governor in Executive Council expedient on sanitary grounds to make an order 'prohibit- ing the importation of the said ai.im.als from any pla...

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(Continued from April 6th.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

(Continued from April 6th.) THE first recorded exploration to the Eastward of Perth, by land, is that of Ensign Dale of the 63rd Regt., but it ap- pears that he had accompanied Capt. Irwin in the previous April and on that occasion had left a depot of provisions which he afterwards found*uninjured. It would be well to know if any record of Capt. Irwin's explorations has been pre -served. Mi\ Dale started for a journey of three wetks to explore the country to the East of the Darling Range on the 31st July, 1830, accompanied by Mr. Brockman, a stock-keeper, and a soldier, they had one pack horse, his path does not appear on the map but it should seem that after passing a waterfall on the Irwin River, he traced upwards the course of the Helena (?) at sunrise, Aug. 4th, the thermometer stood at 33 deg., thev found the track of emus and discovered a stream, probably an affluent of the Galla, flowing to the north. Aug. 7th, from the sum na it of a hill an extensive prospect was ' obtained...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

HOLLOW AY'S PILLS Late 244 Strand. 533, Oxford Street, WiC. SIR,-I take leave to inform you that Messrs. Myres & Solomon of Syd- ney, advise me under date 31st J«ly, 1874, that some cases of pills, labelled "Holloway's Pills, New York," have been sold in ' their ' city by Auction to Hawkers and others. They have also sent me a Box of the pills which are spurious imitations of mine. My medi- cines are neither made nor sold in any part of the United States. In the Melbourne Argus of June 26, 1874; is a letter signed "Percy L. Hardnage," (a copy of which I enclose) in which he calls himself my authorised travelling agent. This is false, as I neither know the man nor have I had correspondence with him. It therefore may be that he is travelling for the purpose of disposing of the spurious make of medicines to which Messrs. Myres & Solomon have been pleased to call my attention. I am, Sir, Yours faithfully, THOMAS HOLLOWAY. London, Sept. 26,1874. TO^THE EDITOR OP THE " ARG...

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Shipping Intelligence. FREMANTLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

Shipping Intelligence.               FREMANTLE. ARRIVALS. April 10.-Bungaree, 89 tons, Cornford, from E un bury. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Clifton, and Messrs. Hutton, Hands, Atkins, J>avis, Sweetman, and Bateman, jun. ^ Cargo 7v) tons sandalwood, 4 casks wine, 2 kegs butter and 4 pkgs. t April 12.*-Georgette,s.s., 211.tons, R. Shand-, from Champion Bay Passengers-saloon : Mrs Jos.'Warretier, Messrs. Habgood, Pearse, Old, ham, and Rowland ; and Messrs. T. Grant, R. Warburton, G. Carney, J. Holden, and J. Ham- mond, in the steerage. Cargo-79 pkgs. machinery (under bond), 30 bags barley, 61 bags bran and pollard, 21 bags wheat, 20 trus- ses hay, 1 keg butter, and sundries. April 13. -Nautilus, 48 tons, J. Tapper junr. from Melbourne. Passenger-Wm. Brooker. Cargo-10 pkgs T. & H. Carter & Co., 5 bags, P. Webster ; 40 casks, J. H. Monger ; 30 pkgs, G. Shenton; 8 pkgs, W. D. M...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

THE LITTLE STRANGER. THE IMPROYED LITTLE STEAMER ^ HAND LOCK-STITCH (SHUTTLE) THE "MSSEY and Co's New Family Silent Sewing Machine (Shuttle), THE NOISELESS TUDOK, For Tailoring and Manufacturing (Shuttle,) "Wheeler and "Wilson's Machines. MERCHANT AND SHIPPERS SUPPLIED. London Office; C. E. Wilson, 29, Falcon Square, London, E. C. England. f§° MESSRS. NUSSEY & PILLING undertake the Purchase for F«reign Buyers of all classes of British Made ENGINES, MACHINERY, HARDWARE, WOOÍNBSÍ AND SOFT GOOLS. >r. Dysentery, Cholera, Fever, Ague, Coughs, Colds, ka. IDxv J". Oollis Bro"wne7s (Ex Army Med. Staff.) CHLOBODiriNrE IS THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE. CAUTION.-Vice-Chancellor Sir W. P. Wood stated that Dr. COLLIS BROWNE was undoubtedly the Inventor of CHLORODYNE: that the story of the defendant Freeman being the Inventor, was deliberately untrue, which he regretted had been sworn to. Eminent Hospital Physicians of London stated that Dr. J. Collis Browne was the discoverer of Chlor...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

DIED. GARDNER.-At Perth, on the 14th of April, MILDRED JOY, aged 6 years, the daughter of the Rev. John L. Gardner.-R.I.P. (Inquirer please copy.)

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(From the London Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

(From the London Times.) We have to thank the Eoman Catholic Bishop of Salford, and perhaps we ought to add Mr. Henry Petre, for a spectacle full of warning, and for that purpose sufficiently repulsive, we should think, to any real Englishman. The latter gentleman has had the temerity to avow that he continues to hold the opinions in which he was born and educated. He inherited, and he further derived from his religious teachers and directors, certain views of the Papal authority sufficiently strong to bind him to the Church of Rome, and certain views ol' sacred personages such as he believed had always been held io that Church He was a member of the Church of Eome as he found it, or rather as it found him. We must infer that he has been surprised, appalled, and staggered at the late novel and sudden developments. He docs not know what to say to a dogma which we would wish to name as little as possible in these columns, and which we honestly believe could be denoted by, an algebraic...

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Supreme Court—Criminal Sittings. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice), MONDAY, APRIL 12th, The Court assembled at ten a.m. NATIVE MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 April 1875

Supreme Cois ri.-Cri minai Sitfin&s. (Before His Honor the (9hief Justice), MONDAY, APRIL 12th, The Court assembled at ten a.m. NATIVE MURDER. ff Wallaby " " Ben," " Bellinga," and " Waldi gerry," four aboriginal natives, were jointly in- dicted for the wiliul murdei of a native police assistant named Tommy Howell, on the 10th July last. A formal plea of not guilty was recorded The prisoners were undefended. The murder appears to have been committed in pursuance ot a tribal custom rather than from any other assignable cause. The scene of the tragedy was the neighborhood of Messrs. Howard and Shenton's sheepstation at Chitham, about 100 miles to the east of Geraldton. The murdered native belonged to another tribe, and the pri- soners resenting the appearance of a stranger, amongst them speared him to death. Wallaby and Waldigerry were the actual perpetrators of the deed, the other two prisoners being acces- sary to the fact. The body was concealed in a cave, but subsequently ...

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