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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 12 March 1856

. -r'. ?'» — — ? : — : — . ? ? ? I : . - ? ; Spite Jnqtti«r ; . ; ? wd §mmmM ?;:: Jjtas Newspaper & General Printing-Office ST. GEOBGE'S TERRACE, PERTH. ' XVKR.Y DESCBIPTIOK OF Lctter-Prcss Printing BXRCCTEX- WITH 5TEA.TNES8 AND DISPATCH, AT SEASONABLE PBICES; The Proprietors being prepared to execute in a workmanlike manner, tows ©Asa®^ & ^flsa©apiyMS8» SHOP-LISTS L BILL-HEADS AUCTION AND POSTING BILLS, SALE CATALOGUES, ITaMts atft -®tuflentm' s €oxte Both in Letter-press and Copper-Plate. In a new and varied assortment o£ Type, and in such a manner aa will ensure giving satisfaction. ? ~' NOTICB. 7 ri -IIE inhabitants of Fremantle are in 1 formed that copies of The Inquirer and Commercial News are always on Sale at Mr. Charles Duffield's Store, High-street, Fremantle; where may also be obtained, Bills of Lading, Custom House Entries, Forms of Government Accounts, &c, &c, &c. ' Inquirer and Commercial News' Office, August 6, 1855. SOTICE. &am...

Publication Title: Inquirer & Commercial News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE To November 19th. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 12 March 1856

EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE To November 19th Br the King George's Sound mail, which reached Perth yesterday evening, we have received English News to the 19th Nov. Oar summary is compiled from the Home News of that date, which oar correspondent ; at the Sound obtained from the steamer j Hellespont, which arrived there on the 27th ^J*ebraary, from Sydney and Port Phillip, I ?bound for Singapore with passengers. In | W tb.3 Shipping list of the Home JVetcs we [ I observe that both the Aerolite and Gwalior ? r were WBM«a-Kng for this-port. { I TELE WAR. ] Although our present news from the Cri- ; mea and the Spit of Kinburn and its neigh* ! bourhood, is not of that exciting character I which ,.our. summer despatches and corres- j ~pondence possessed, it is by no means desti- j tuteof interest, or deficient in variety of in- j aident. We haVe now before us the com- j plete development of the encampments, ! movements, and preparations on both sides, j and are enabled to form a tolerably clear ...

Publication Title: Inquirer & Commercial News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 12 March 1856

TO BE LET, (Witb immediate possession,) TTSHE dwelling house, with garden at JL tached, situate at Mount Eliza, lately in the occupation of Mr. R. Sholl, to whom application must be made for further particulars. ALSO, To be let, that house at the comer of High and Cliff streets, Fremantle; at present oc cupied by Mr. Macnsell, with possession on 1st April. For particulars apply to Mr. R. SHOLL, Perth. Perth, Feb. 25, 1856. For Sale, A HANDSOME London-built PONY CARRIAGE, almost new. For par ticulars apply at the Office of this Journal or at Mr. Welbourne's Hotel at Guildford. New Goods EX ' AVALANCHE.' JH. MONGER respectfully calls the ? attention of the public of the York and adjacent districts, to a very extensive Consignment of Goods, just received by him, ex Avalanche, which he is offering at prices much lower than any hitherto sub mitted to the public in York, and quite on a par with the cheapest establishment in the colony. Cash purchasers will receive a liberal discount ; and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Inquirer & Commercial News. Quid venom atque decent, curo et rogo, et [?] in hoc sun. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 12 March 1856

Quid ventm atqwt decent, emro et rogo, et omntt in hoe mm. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1856. We congratulate His Excellency on the ar rival of cool weather, and the acquisition of the moral force afforded him by Mr John Wall Hardey, who has rushed into print in our contemporary's impression of Friday last, to vindicate himself from a charge of ' Sab bath-breaking,' concocted by the Governor and the Advocate-General, and simply re ported in the ordinary manner in the columns of the Perth Gazette. Mr Hardey's letter is so peculiar in mat ter and composition, that we fear we should expose ourselves to an action for libel if we reprinted it, as it is libellous to publish any thing that can have a tendency to hold a man up to ridicule ; so our readers and Mr Hardey will forgive us if we allude at some length to a matter of which we are heartily tired — namely, Mr Joseph Green, and the solicitude of His Excellency for the welfare of that individual. On Sunday, the 3rd of February, two men, who a...

Publication Title: Inquirer & Commercial News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Intelligence from the Seat of War. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 12 March 1856

Latest Intelligence from the Seat of Asiatic Turkey. — Defeat of tlie Russians by Omar Pacha. — The following despatches were received at the Foreign office on the 16th instant, by Lord Clarendon, from VU count Stratford de Redcliffe : — ' At noon, Omar Pacha forded the river Ingour on the 6th, at the head of 20,009 men, and defeated the Russians, computed at 10,000, including militia, and partly in trenched. The enemy lost about 400 killed and nrounded, 60 prisoners, and three pieces of cannon. The Turkish loss was upwards of 300. The British officers did honour to their country.' Insanity of General Mouravizff' —The faresse a* 'Orient states that General Moura vieflj overcome by his defeat before Kars, bag been pronounced insane, and, as the conse quence of a council of generals, Prince Be butoff was summoned from Tiflis to assume the command. A correspondent of the Pays, writing from St. Peteasburg on Nov. 4, seriously affirms that the Grand Duke Constantine had form ed a plan fo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Western Australian Tariff. SCHEDULE No 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 12 March 1856

Wtestern Australian 2Fai[i|f. SCHEDULE No 1 TABLE OF DUTIES. Beer, Porter, Cider and Perry, bottled, 3d per gallon So do do do in wood, 3d per gallon. Cigars and snuff, pet lb., 2s 6d Coffee, par cwt., 48 Spirits, cordials, or strong waters, not being perfumed or medicinal spirits, to be used as medicine or perfumery only, for each and every imperial proof gallon, los Sugar, (refined or candy) per cwt, 38 Sugar (moist) and molasses, per cwt, 3s Tea, perlb., 2d Tobacco, (manufactured) is per lb Do. ^^m»»iimnfii-*iii«M^) sd per lb Do. (boiled down, in bond, for use aa sheep wash) Id _perlb Wine, (bottled) per gallon, 3s Do (in wood) per gallon. Is 6d On all goods, wares or merchandize, not otherwise chaegrd wita a specific duty, 6 per cent, aeoerding to i nvoioe value. SCHEDULE No. a goods ram or uor*. Aalmsls (living) BkMtdHKltiiaeatt --' ' ' : ; ' ' Bags and Mote B«E* for wool .?--?? ? Books, (printed) aotttenw aeemmt Botaes-gUiw*adstoae)&»ported-Ml Baea Bunion and oom _ Cor...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 12 March 1856

I JPtiscettattcous. '\~ T-voo Plunderers. — Collision between a | Frenchman and an Irishman. ? On gain l':. big the summit of the opposite slope, on and %i beyond which the summit of the town is si g. tuated, French, nothing but French, were H to be met with, the majority of them drunk H and all laden with every conceivable kind of pr plunder. Chairs, looking-glasses, tables, nL ;,- church ornaments, poultry, kegs of brandy, ?^mattresses, bed-clotbjjs^cggldng utensils, — W ^gci^tteeiggti&TOoveable, in fact, th*$ever BT figured in a catalogue at the city auction ?P mart, was being carried or dragged along by B- our light-fingered allies, whilst only at long m intervals was an Englishman to be seen ft with a single article, and in three instances H I found Frenchmen dispnting their right m~ even to these. More than one lament on E. our failure before the Redan was also utter §| ed, and in one case in which the reproach P was thrown into the teeth of a brawny Irish m_ Grenadier...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CIVIL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 12 March 1856

[Before His Honor W. H. MacHe, Esq., Commissioner of the CSTil Court] T. $? H. Carter v. Chipper.— Mr Howell for plaintiffs; final judgment for £25 15s. Gorman v. Harry Hughes. — Mr Howell for plaintifl. An action to recover £15 servant's wages. Judgment by default. Bickley v. Okely. — Mr Leake for plaintiff; judg ment by default for £76 1 4s. 9d. DuCane v. Lomas Toovey. — The Advocate Ge neral for plaintiff; defendant did not appear. The plaintiff's case was this: — In December last plaintiff sold Toovey a horse for £30, and being indebted to him- (Toovey) in £12, the balance, £18, was paid to Mr DuCane by Toovey, and receipt for that sum given. Mr DuCane, however, shortly afterwards handed the £18 back to Toovey, with a request that he (Toovey) would pay the amount into the Bank to plaintiff's credit, which defendant promised to do. On the eve of Mr DnCane's departure for England, he found be had not been credited for such an amount, and instructed Mr Leake to demand the amount fr...

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The Sardinian States-Their Historv Government and Lews [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 12 March 1856

The Sardinian States -Their His- tory, Government and Laws. [From a Correspondent of the Leader.] " In Italia non manca materia da introdurvi ogni forma. Qui é virtu grande nelic membra quando la non mancasse ne' capi " — Machiavelli. Given the kingly prerogatives of the time-honored house of Savoy, the democratic traditions and repub- lican institutions of Nice and Genoa, to find a free progressive people, with a liberal representative government, in these revolutionary times. This problem, pregnant with tmportance to Italy and interesting to all who desire her national inde- pendence has been solved by Piedmont. Maurienne, a small province in Savoy, was, eight centuries ago. the nucleus round which a race of princes of pure Italian blood have formed a kingdom that now ex- tends over nearly a fourth of the peninsula, including the Duchies of Savoy and Genoa, the Counties of Piedmont and Nice, together with the Island of Sar- dinia, one of the most valuable possessions in the Medite...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
COLONIAL NEWS. Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 19 March 1856

Victoria. We are indebted to the Postmaster-General for a copy of the Argus of the 16th Feb., from which we give a few items of Mel bourne News. Amongst the projected departures, we ob serve that the Rolla is laid on for this port. The quantity of gold shipped from 'Vic- toria during the year 1855 amounted to £11,856,292. Mr G. Duffy, the former editor of the Nation (Irish) newspaper, had been recei ved in Melbourne with considerable enthu siasm, and was invited to a public dinner, which, however, ended in riot and con fusion. Agriculture is represented to be advan cing most satisfactorily. An unusual quan tity of rain had fallen during the months of January and February, and had caused an abundant supply of food for all kinds of stock. We take the following, illustrative of the commercial affairs of Victoria, from the Argus of the 16th Feb.: — Commerce axd Pkoduce. While we are enabled to confirm the favorable reports we have lately transmitted of the condition and prospects of thi...

Publication Title: Inquirer & Commercial News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE To November 19th. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 19 March 1856

EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE To November 19th In oar Supplement of Wednesday last we published a general summary of English in telligence from the Home A'ews of that date; we now give a more detailed account with reference to the War and general Eu ropean affairs, which, if unimportant, are, so far as the Allies are- concerned, at least satisfactory. FRANCE. The Emperor closed the Great Exhibi tion on the loth inst. The weather was beautiful. The proceedings were brilliant, and all went off with great enthusiasm. The Emperor, the Empress, and the Im perial family arrived shortly after 12 o'clock. The Empress looked exceedingly welL Their Majesties were received by Prince Napoleon, the Imperial Commission, and the Foreign Commissioners; and were con ducted to a throne prepared for them in the centre of the transept, opposite the grand entrance. The prince then read a report relative to the proceedings and results of the Exhibition. The Emperor, who spoke in a firm, distinct voice, made a sh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 19 March 1856

3tczl m\& §6mesih[ Jfnletltjeiu^. Tee ensuing Races are likely to come off with i more than usual eclat. They are to be followed I by a Race Ball ; so that additional amusement and I recreation for the ladies, as well as the gentlemen, will thus be afforded. Mrs Kennedy and the other ladies of the colony have been liberal and active in rendering pecuniary assistance to the Race fund. .. ? A^ At the next meeting of the Perth Town Trust, it will be observed, by reference to our advertising columns, that a most important subject will be brought forward for discussion — namely, a pro position from the Government to take the ma nagement of the footpaths and roads of the town under their own control. We alluded last week to the condition of our ' highways and byeways,' and to be enabled to announce that between that august body the Perth Town Trust, and our very considerate Government, there is some chance of amendment, is indeed, at this particular season of the year, just before...

Publication Title: Inquirer & Commercial News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 19 March 1856

PRUSSIA. A correspondent of die Cologne Gazette, writing from Berlin, alludes to die rumours of peace current in die diplomatic circles of the Prussian Capital, but considers them wholly unfounded, not merely be cause Russia has resorted to a fresh levy of conscript*, bnt because every communication from diat empire discountenances die belief diat Russia will make any concession to die demands of die Western Powers.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 19 March 1856

TURKEY. Constantinople letters to the 29th nit. brought by tbe Enphrate, state diat troops in considerable Bom bers were almost every day arriving from France,. not less than 6,000 having been brought from Ton Ion within die preceding week. The division Chas selonp-Laubat was being thus rapidly completed, and was proceeding direct to die Crimes. ^-*J iiiiniiii^-bHvv *.a.\M*M*. \/uucwmi ? '*|'*T mhmw* Wfci-j», the first inst, we learn diat Admiral Lyons bad ar rived at Constantinople, and Admiral Bruat was expected witii all his sailing vessels, which had em barked 8,000 men of die Guard xmperiale, who are relieved from active service as well as die gen darmerie of die guards. ~ A letter from Varna, of die 29th ult, «aye: — ' The Polish Legion, which is in coarse of form- , ation, will probably be employed in die Crimea. The young Prince Czartorisky, who is actively en gaged in its organization, has been reading for some time at Bourgas, where the staff of die legion is quartered. He...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 19 March 1856

AUSTRIA. A recent letter from Vienna, in the Dres den Gnzette, states that *our army is to undergo a further reduction. It is asserted on good authority that the 3rd and 4th corps d'armee, which are now on a war footing in Gallicia, will be reduced by 20,000. If, on the one hand, this measure is connected with our financial questions, it is, on the other hand, of great political importance The Wanderer of Vienna- says: — ' We learn from good authority that the Austrian government is having a line of battle ship of 120 guns built in America, and that three others will be afterwards built on her lines in the building yards of Pola.' The Journal de Frankfort states that it is consi dered at Vienna that military events have taken a turn which mast soon place in a stronger light than ever the ncceseity for the Germanic Confederation, to act with energy as a collective power in the East ern question. The Boersen-zeitung save tbat the Austrian troops occupying the Principalities are to tak...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 19 March 1856

BUSSIA. An Imperial ukase baB just been pablish: ed, ordering the extension to the whole em pire of the orders issued relative to tile enrolment of the poor nobility. These or ders, when issued, took effect in 13 govern ments only. This new ukase will, therefore, tend to increase the number of officers very consiaeraoiy. un rae u* ine auiea Jteecff passed Odessa in three divisions. The large ; ships took the direction of Constantinople, but the steamers and gunboats were evidfeni^ ly making the best of their way to Sebasto poL On the same day 'a Greek '-brigantine laden -with salt managed to escape Hie fleets - and ran into the port of Odessa. Tbe Jniia lide Itusse, of Nov. 9, announces- that tiw Emperor Alexander has removed Prince Menschikoff from the post of chief of head auarters and of the Imperial convoys, and has appointed GaKral Count Alderberg XL.. in his place. ^j^^K Menschikoff Is to be attached to hisi^^Kty'6 person. We have recehreV^kbHowing despatch, dated the 8th inst...

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GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 19 March 1856

GREECE. Jjetters from Atiiens mention diat fbe new Ame rican Minister is leaving nodting nndoneto prove to die Greek population that his government is on die mostfriendly terms with die Emperor of Russia. With reference to my letter a few davs ago, -m die visit of the King and Queen to die Rosaan^chorch, and that in die Momtevr . conpborafmg it, Jihej again state diat dieir Majesties were recerosd brthtf whole personnel c£ die Hotpot legation in liill uni form, and by die clergy in dteirrobei,*nd*hat]gaBtts were chanted on die occasion. Tfae letteniaonot - speak of a Te Deumia psrficukfr, or ofdw consecra tion of die church. Thu,Iiowever,is(iotif«^%octi ' importance. What is important is i& jjliai£tffr of a manifestation in&votttrfBnffiM, *|pf^^isit under such tucorjistanm 4m^cb^ent^^3bQn, and die enec^Mw^ ^^^g^ffi£ not jgure so innocent im intMMJaa&m fa^^^M. ? dent ^.¥emaDi,M'Mi^mm^^^Smm':: excelknt terms ^i^^aWif^^p: States. HepaMaviBtt^b^Sto^^Kj Uuar ii nl...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 19 March 1856

ASEIVED. On the 7th hist' the schooner Sara&om Cham pion Bay. Cargo — 65 bales wool and 13| tons copper ore from the Wanererooka Mine. On the 9th inst., the cutter Preston from the Abrolhos with a cargo of Guano. KING GEORGE'S SOUND. ARRIVED. Feb. 6th, the brig Lochinvar, Brown, master, from Adelaide, with general cargo. Sailed for Swan Ri ver on the 10th inst. 12th — The cutter Henry and Mary, H. Coss, mas ter, from Middle Island, with seal 6kins, oil, and salt. 22nd— The brig Sailor's Friend, from Colombo, with a cargo of coffee, for Port Phillip; put in here for water, and sailed on the 27th inst. 27th— The steamer Hellespont, 434 tons, R. L. Keys, master, from Port Phillip and Sydney, and bound- for Singapore, with 15 passengers; 'put in here for coals and passengers, and sailed on the 29th inst March 1st — The schooner Daphne, Fowler, mas ter, from Swan River. Same day — The schooner Sytvie, Gordon, master, from Java, with general cargo, for Adelaide; put in here for wa...

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Sinclair's Water-Engine. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 19 March 1856

Sinclair'! Water-Engine, eke. (AwaUa&afiaMaJ Kor tha Uw thraa a-Mtha*lha OtMwmn hu baas priotad bj w»|ar-pow»r, br Mini oT ? bjrdnoUo aojio*, Innottd bj Mr. Jama* Sioelair, rmlnaar. Soriiof. lloat bjdnulio engioa hm b«ta foood praeti callj inefficient froa tbair eeaaplax »ad ia tricau -»— v— ifm and A «u Iha (allon of ona of tlieta that aoggntad to Mr. Sinclair tba idaa of a walar-eogina ai ooca aifflpla and effloiant, and aaeh ha baa ihanwhlr ?noaaaded is |-rodacuig. E»|ip» of h» conlruotioo bare for torn time pan bwa out by our oontamponria* iha SttrliMg Journal and Dumdm Advtrtiur vilh ooev plat* tucetat. TSwaa angtoaa an cooaUar ?bljr amaller tbtn that oonitratnari for oar uc,Min both of tbaat Caw— » i»rn hifa praaaora of walar mm U ctnlnl tbu la aoat parta of EdiBbargb. Eraaaan, bew arar, appain bats lor topanoM aaeoatoav «d to connect iha wocd-aojW wUhioaM of gntt bcuu and (tbaab, hoflan, aai foraaeaa. It wat(bioot man than aixaart, occapiat oa ths groa«4 % apast of ao...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 19 March 1856

NOTICE. The Inquirer and Commercial News is published every Wednesday, and forwarded by each mail to prerp part of the Province. It is also sent to v'i'.toria, Van Diemen's Land, New South Wales New Zealand, Singapore, China, British India Mauritius, the Cnpe of Good Hope, Great Britain &c« &c, by every possible opportunitv. Terms op Subscription — The subscription to The Inquirer and Commercial News is 5s. per quarter, or jEI per annum. Single numbers 6d each. Persons desirous of subscribing during the cur rency of a quarter, will only be charged from the date of their commencing. The quarters terminate on the 31st of March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December, at ?which period oklt can Subscribers decline, by giving notice in writing, and paying the amount due to the end of the quarter then current. Subscribers who do not give written notice to thft contrary, are considered as wishing to continue heir subscriptions. t Mr. F. Glaskin has been appointed Col ...

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