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Shipping Intelligence. FREMANTLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 April 1875

Shipping Intelligence. Fremantle. ARRIVALS. April 22.-Mary, 49 tons, J. Tuckey, master, from Port Walcott. Cargo-6 tons, and 18 hhds. pearl shells. 23.-May, 26 tons, Makauls, master, from Irwin River. Cargo-110 bags wheat, 146 do. barley, and sundries. 24.-Lily of the Lake, 26 tons, C. Morgan, master, from Port Walcott. Cargo-2½ tons, pearl shells, 1 anchor. Same day.-Mary Ann, 104 tons, Long, mas- ter, from Port Walcott. Carge-40 hhds. pearl shells, 246 bags copper ore, 5 casks tallow, 3 bales of skins &c. Same day.-Hampton, 19 tons, C. Tuckey, master, from Port Walcott. Cargo-2 tons pearl shells. Same day.-Eveline Mary, 19 tons, Watson, from Port Walcott. Passengers-Horton Bate- man. Cargo-12 hhds. and 1 bag pearl shells. DEPARTURES. April 22.-Swan, 26 tons, Hedland, master, from Champion Bay. Cargo-890 pkgs. tea, (under bond), a quantity of spokes &c. 23.-Gem, 52 tons, English master, for Champion Bay. Cargo-Sundry pkgs. mer chaid ze ex "Hastings" (under bond), 78...

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Country News. GERALDTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 April 1875

COUNTRY NEWS. GERALDTON. The gentleman sent by the Melbourne & Cham- pion Bay Lead Mining Co., to errect smelting works, has visited the various, properties of the Company, and as a temporary measure has decided, before commencing the erection of permanent works at the Macguire Mine, to put up an experimental furnace at Narra Tarra, which will enable him to see what is actually required to make smelting a success, and when this is accomplished he will at once commence the erection of furnaces on a much larger scale for the use of the public as well as the Company. The works of the Company at the Narra Tarra Mine are progressing very satisfactory, Mr. Ingleton the Mining Manager reporting that in a few weeks he hopes to have at least eighteen months work in breaking out ore. The, Gellireah Copper Mine has not shown much improvement the last week, the Manager Mr. Creeleman is now driving on the course of the lode and will soon prove the existence or otherwise of copper. Wind n...

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Supreme Court—Civil Sittings. (Before his Honor the Chief Justice and a Special jury.) Connor and McKay v. Anderson and others. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 April 1875

Supreme Court-Civil Sittings. (Before his Honor the Chief Justice and a Special jury.) Connor and McKay v. Anderson and others. (Continued from our last) At the conclusion of the Attorney General's addvess, His Honor the Chief Justice proceeded to sum up. He said,-Gentlemen of the jury, you have been occupied for a considerable time in the in- vestigation of this case, but it appears to me there are really but two points for your consider- ation. In the first place, whether or not the master of the Midas, in selling the cargo, acted under necessity ; and, if not, then in the next place, whether the plaintiffs so acquiesced in the sale as to preclude them from recovering in this action. The law, as laid down by the Attorney General in his opening, and as stated by Mr. Stone in his letter submitted in evidence, cannot be disputed. When a ship, by the perils of the sea, is so much damaged as to be incapable of repair so as to prosecute the voyage, except at an expense exceeding the val...

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 April 1875

The Western Australian Times SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1875. When, the other day, we had occasion to notice the condition of one of the most important schools in the colony, we intimated our opinion that the best teachers were those who had been educated as pupil-teachers in the school at Perth, and expressed the hope that every effort would be made to keep up a supply of such teachers equal to the wants of the colony. Of course such teachers, before being appointed to public schools, are ascertained by examination to be mentally and, by the report of the mastser, morally fitted for their work, and we believe that the standard to which they are required to attain is sufficiently high. There are however two subjects to which, more es- pecially we desire to direct the attention, not only of the central and local school boards, but of all concerned, and who is not ? in the education of the children of the colony, and which we have no hesi- tation in asserting, have been...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 April 1875

LOCAL AND GENERAL           Supreme Court.-There will be a sitting of the Supreme Court in chancery to morrow, when the case of Connor & McKay v. King & Son will be heard. WORKING MEN'S ASSOCIATION .-The anniv- ersary of the foundation of this association is to be celebrated to morrow evening by a tea meeting which will probably be the last anni- versary reunion that will be held in the build ing now occupied by the society, the members having found it necessary to erect premises of their own, more suitable to the requirements of such an association -an indication that real Advancement is being made by the institution Roebourne.-There is bad news from Roe bourne. Scurvy has broken out among the Malay divers. Several of whom have succumbed to the disease, the deaths on board some of the boats being very numerous. A man named Smith has been committed to take his trial at     the ...

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THE CHURCH AND THE LAITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 April 1875

THE CHURCH AND THE LAITY. We have to thank the Roman 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 gentle- man has had the temerity to avow that he coutinues to hold the opinions in which he was born and educated. He inherited, and he further derived from his religious teachers and directors, cer- tain views of the Papal authority suffici- ently strong to bind him to the Church of Rome, and certain views of sacred per- sonages such as he believed had always been held in that Church. He was a member of the Church of Rome 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 does 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 a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 April 1875

AT LAST The Great Desideratum oí the District Obtained A Cheap Store ! ! ! CHAS. S. MONGER, Newcastle, has just received, ex CLEOPATRA, 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 sale 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. BENSON, WATCH AND CLOCK, MAKER, GOLDSMITH, SILVERSMITH, AND ARTISTIC METAL WORKER. Prize Medalist of 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-25 O...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 April 1875

S. S. "GEORGETTE' SAILS from Champion Bay every 4th SATURDAY, under contract with the Government, to convey English and Co- lonial mails to and from Albany. Pas- sengers will please note the postal time- tables, for the departure of the boat from the different ports. CONNOR & McKAT. August 8,1874. G. P. WILKINSON & Co. FOR SALE, at the office of the above A very handsome Rosewood Piano. Can be sold a great bargain. Also,-A first-class Sewing Machine by Wheeler & Wilson, quite new. With all the latest improvements and a number of extras. St. George's Terrace, Perth. THE undersigned have for sale, Flour Claret Wheat Scented Soap Barley Currants Oats Raisins. G. P. WILKINSON & CO. G. F. WILKINSON & CO AUCTIONEERS AND GENERAL, COMMISSION AGENTS, PERTH, W.A. Every description of Agency business transacted. Account Sales, with proceeds, rendered immediately after sales. ENLARGEMENT, GIRLS' GOVERNMENT SCHOOL. THE Perth District Board of Educa &am...

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CITY COUNCIL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 April 1875

CITY COUNCIL ELECTION. The election of a city councillor to fill the vacancy caused hy the resignation of Mr. J. T. Reilly, as one of the representatives of the cen- tral ward, took place on Friday last. Seldom if ever was more interest manifested than on the present occasion, especially when it is borne in mind that there was but one vacancy to be filled up. Mr. A. D. Letch, Mr. H. Buch, Mr. Glyde junior, and Mr. J. Chipper were spoken of as candidates, but the two latter retired from the contest before the day of the election, both having withdrawn in favor of Mr. Birch. Some dissatisfaction was felt and expressed by a number of persons who claimed to be entitled to vote, with regard to the interpretation of the clause in the Municipalities Act which defines the qualification of those who shall be allowed to exercise the rights and privileges of a voter at these elections. In the election of a member to serve in the Legislative Council any £10 householder after six months occupanc...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 April 1875

CONTROL DEPARTMENT. Messrs. Lionel Samson & Son (Government Auctioneers) Have received instructions to sell by Public Auction at the Control Maga- zines at Perth, on FRIDAY the 30th instant at 11 a.m. A large quantity of Surplus Stores, no longer required for the Public Ser-   vice, consisting of OFFICE FURNITURE, Tables, Presses, Clocks, Pigeon holes, Oil tank, Scales and Weights, &c. &c,.   TRANSPORT,   (A splendid Grey Cart Mare, Spring   and Heavy Carts, Harness, Saddle and Bridle, Chaff-cutter, Corn-crusher. ALSO Sundry condemned Barrack Bedding and empty packages &c. AND At Fremantle, on 4th May at 11 a.m. A quantity of Surplus Office Furniture &c. Consisting of Tables, Desks, Pigeon boles, Saddle and Bridle, condemned Barrack Bedding, empty packages &c, ALSO A large number of condemned Tools &c. from the Public Works Department. JAS. T. SKINNER, Deputy Commissary in Cha...

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Police News. PERTH POLIOE COURT. (Before E. W, Landor Esq., P.M., and P. A. Gugeri, Esq., J.P.) Wednesday, 14th April, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 April 1875

POLICE NEWS PERTH POLICE COURT. (Before E. W, Landor Esq., P.M., and P. A, Gugeri, Esq., J.P.) Wednesday, 14th April, 1875. Peter Donnelly in the employ of Mr. D. Gray,   was charged with supplying spirituous liquor to a prisoner yesterday, at the Perth prison, where he is at work as a brick layer. The charge having been satisfactorily proved by assistant warder McGouvern, His Worship remarked that had the accused been a free man he would be amenable, under a similar charge, to a pen- alty of £50, and as there were considerable alterations and works now going on at the Perth prison he would certainly, as far at possi- ble, prevent those employed on them from supplying the prisoners with liquor, and ac- cordingly sentenced the accused to 3 months imprisonment, adding that the next person so charged, would be sentenced to 12 months. Bridget Armstrong, on remand, for an aggra- vated assault on Mary Roe, was placed in the dock. Mr. Howell watched the case on her behalf. Fre...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 30 April 1875

HAS been on my run for the last 5 or 6 months, one bay HORSE, 4 years old, about 14| hands high, branded A4 on off side, white star on forehead, with No 3 bell on. If not claimed will be sold. WILLIAM FORREST, jun. Dwalganup, Blackwood. April 20, 1875._[7s. 6d. fLauri Pines ! Kauri Pines ! ! Ex AMUR. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY PHILIP WEBSTER, South Jetty Fremantle, On TUESDAY next 4th May 1875. 12,000 feet of Superior Deck   Planking in the fol-   lowing sizes : 11 x 3-6 x 2-5| x .3-5£ x2£. ALSO A large quantity of Mouldings assorted in the following sizes:-ljin;, If in , 2in., 3in TERMS AT TIME OF SALE. Sale at 12 o'clock sharp.

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CRICKET MATCH. YORK v, NORTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 30 April 1875

CRICKET MATCH. York v, Northam. The Return Match between the York (senior) and Northam clubs was played on the ground of the former at York, on Tuesday, the 20th instant. It will, perhaps, be remembered that the same clubs tested the question of superiority on the Northam cricket arena a week or two ago, when the York team achieved a somewhat easy victory with four wickets to spare. Any hopes that the Northam team might have cherished of reversing the decisive victory, secured by their opponents in the. previous match, were, as the result of the return match on Tuesday last conclusively proved, futile and doomed to failure and disappointment. Soon after daylight on the eventful morning, pregnant with the fate of defeat or victory, the Northam eleven; some on horseback and others in traps, started for the scene of action, where the controverted point in question and at issue was, for the second time this season, to be tested and determined. Confidence beamed, more or less, on their c...

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Country News. ALBANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 30 April 1875

Cfltttttrg fufo** ALBANY. The work in connection with the Standard Gold Mining Company, is still being carried on most satisfactorily. The shaft has been sunk to a depth of 41 feet to this date (17 April). The manager reports that, owing to the solid rock in the shaft through which the sinking has to be effected, the work does not progress so fast as he would wish, but considering these difficulties it is to be hoped that ere long the shareholders will have the pleasure of hearing the result of the first crushing which it is to be hoped will be satisfactory; Every credit is due to the several persons interested in the above company who have come forward to try and bring this the Pioneer Gold Company of West- ern Australia to a successful issue, and as most of the shares have been taken up in Albany, it is to be hoped, should this prove successful that it will be the means of starting other companies in other parts of the colony. It is also highly satisfactory to be able to state tha...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES, [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 30 April 1875

4D0rr*íB0ttb*Tif*« TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES, Dear Sir.-Permit ine to contradict a statement that appeared in your last issue under the heading " Police News, infringement of the jetty regulations," to the effect that several merchants in Perth had been summoned at the instance of the City Council, under clauses 2 an>d 4 (sic) of the Act 19 Vic No. 15. 'The persons alluded -to were not summoned at the instance of the Council nor did the Council moye at all in the matter. jSTours faithfuly, E. A. STONE. Councillor East Ward. Jn reference to the foregoing, the reporter ob- serves, that at the hearing of the case. Mr. S. J. Chipper stated to the court, that the Chair- man of the City Council had, when leaving town, empowered him to discharge the ordinary duties of the office, during his absence; that ia futher ance of that duty, and to remedy the loudly complained of irregularities at the William Street Jetty, he had enlisted the co-operation of the police, who carried out th...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 30 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 oí 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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Government Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 30 April 1875

êoUxnmmt êajette. His Excellency The Governor has been pie used, provisionally, to appoint Octavious Burt, Esquire, to be his Private Secretary, and Clerk of the Executive Council, vice Fred. 0. Henry, Esquire, resigned. His Excellency The Governor has been ple- ased to appoint Charles V, Foss, Esquire, to be Inspector of Sheep in the Victoria District, from the 30th instant, vice James C. Brodie, Esquire, resigned. Tenders (endorsed " Tender for Shingling.") will be received at the Colonial Secretary's of5ce until noon of Monday, the 3rd May, 1875, from persons willing to perform certain shingl- ing and other work at the Poor House, Perth. Specifications can be seen, and all particulai-3 known, upon application at the Public Works* Office, Perth. Tenders (endorsed "Tender for Post and Telegraph Offices,") will be received at the Colonial Secretary's office until noon of Wed esday, the 26th May. 1875, from persons will- ing to undertake the erectiou of Post and Tele- graph Offices a...

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LATEST COLONIAL AND ENGLISH NEWS. London, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 30 April 1875

LATEST COLONIAL AND ENGLISH NEWS. London, March 30. The Spanish Government has refused to allow the Due De Montpensier,, to re- turn to Spain. London, March 27. The Prince of Wales is slightly indis- posed. London, April 3rd. The Wheat Market is quiet Wool is unchanged, and there is little business doing.. Copper is without notice- able alteration. The Revenue for the year amounts to 74i millions and a half sterling. The Pope has exhorted the Prussian Bishops to continue their resistance and vote against Prince Bismark. Belgium complains of the offensive language of the Clerical Press. April 6th. The Prince of Wales has. returned from Mentone. Madrid, April 6th. Reactionary Educational Decrees hav-. ing been promulgated by King Alfonso in Spain, the Professors of Colleges are protesting. London, April 7th The Australian Direct Steamship Com- pany has collapsed. Sydney, April 3rd. . Mr. Wisdom again opposes Mr.. AMeu for the Speakership.. Dr. Black of Newcastle was found dead in bed ...

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Shipping Intelligence. FREMANTLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 30 April 1875

Shipping £:i t e IU g e u e e. Fremantle. ARRIVALS. April 28.-Kate Tatham, 274 tons, H. Muckersey, from Algoa Bay ; in ballast. SAILED. April 26,-Nautilus, 48 tons, J. Tapper, jr., for Champion Bay. Cargo-23 pkgs. merchan- dise, 1 hhd.ruic, 1£ tierce tobacco (under bond), 41 bags potatoes, I0£ loads timber and sundries. April 27-H.M. Gun-boat Reynard for Syd- ney. Same day.-Dolphin, 24 tons, Baldwin maeter for Bunbury. Cargo- 26 bags salt, 26 boxes tea, 15 bags flour, 35 do wheat. 16 do. sugar, 24 cases kerosene and sundries. April 28.-James and Mary, (steamboat^) 26 tons, Gardiner, lor Vasse. Cargo-10 bags sugar, and 8 plrgs sundries. Same day-May, 26 tons, Makauls master f >r Irwin Bi^er. Passenger T. Wilson. Cargo -a quantity of timber, and sundries».

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SANITARY IMPROVEMENT. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 30 April 1875

SANITARY IMPROVEMENT.. KI. Revenons a' nos sewages. Before enter» ing on the question of the practicability of en forcin g iu Western Australia the general use of Mr. Moule's dry earth system^ or a modification of it ; I shall glance #t some of the many methods now in use in various places. In Paris, Brussels and other eonfcir.ental towns immense pits; are formed, they are lined with cement to* render them impervious and ventilated by shafts rising some feet above the roofs of the houses. The contents are removed three or four times during the course of the year by airtight carts from which the air is exausted previous to\ filling, so that the sewage is forced into them through a hose by atmospheric pressure. At Leeds and at Nottingham, boxes, lined with earth to prevent the contents adhering to the box ; are used and removed several times a week. At Rochdale, tubs made from disused casks and sprinkled with fine ash and common salt are employed, and, as they are sup- plied with tigh...

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