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MAGISTRATE'S COURT—PERTH. Before W. H. Mackie, Esq., and the Reverend J. B. W[?]ttenoom. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 22 November 1834

MAGISTRATE'S COURT-PERTH. Before W. II. Mackie, Esq., and the Reverend J. B. fiMtenoom. Francis Williams, (about fourteen year« of age,) one of the boys brought out by His Excel- lency the Governor from the Society for the Sup- pression of Juvenile Vagrancy, was charged by Mr St. A. Warde. storekeeper, of Peith, with stealing a piece of soap. Mr. Warde stated, that the boy was transfeired to him by Mr. Scott, who received him from the Committee. He had been in his service about three weeks, during which time he had missed about 40lbs. of flour, and 36 plates, with several other arteles, which he had never been able to trace. The boy was generally idle. The prisoner confessed that he had taken the soap, and also some cigars, which he had given to a sailor named Marie. Sentenced to one Calendar month's imprison- ment with hard labor, and two dozen lashes. Colin Cooper was brought up under an attach- ment issued against him in consequence of his failing to appear (in obedience to a sub...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 22 November 1834

UNION CLUB. THE COMMITTEE request the attention of Subscribers to the above Institution at the next General Quarterly Meeting, which will take place at the " Mason's Arms," Perth, on Tuesday, the 9th December, for the purpose of amending the former part of Kule No. 5, and to take into considera- tion other matters connected with the Interest of the Club. %* The Chair to be taken at two o'clock. Perth, November 12. v ~~ TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On Wednesday, the 26th inst, AT TEE STORES OF MESSRS L cV W. SAMSON, PERTH, AN assortment of Cape Wines, con sisting of-»-Madeira, Shery, and Hockr in h.ilf pipes and quarter casks. ALSO,-A tew jars of superior Paint Oils, in jars of two gallons each ; English Mottled Soap : Carpenter's Tools ; and a variety of articles of domestic utility, &c ? "*íí., kc. The above Goods wiii be Sold without reserve, finally to close a consignment and approved Bills, at 80 days, will be received in payment. Alfred Waylen. Perth, November 14, 1834...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 22 November 1834

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, November 21, i834v HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Revett Henry Bland, Esquire, to the Office of " Resident of York," until the pleasure of His Majesty's Go- vernment be known. By His Excellency's Command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary s Office, Perth, November 21, lb34. HIS Excellency the Governor has be ¿p. pleased to appoint Revett Henry Bland, Esquire, a Justice of the Peace for this Colony By His Excellency's Command* PETER BROVÍ N, Colonial Secretary. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC A UCTION, £ln addition to the Articles enumerated, belonging t& Mr. Waylen, and ad- vertised in thh aai \y Gazette.) THE following Goods, the property of Captain Bellamy, and Captain H. E. Henderson : Ladies' fine and common Straw Bonnets Stationery in -great variety. Fine Calico Shirts with full lawn fronts. Ginghams of various patterns. ¿L general assortment of useful Iron- mongery...

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MARKET PRICES. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 22 November 1834

MARKET PRICES. RETAIL. Bacon, per Ib., J:J aras, ditto, \ s. ¡Id. ßutteiv (salt), is. Gd. Hread, 4 lb loaf, 2s.2d heeî, (sait>, pur lb.,5if. (fresh), is. Gd. M niton, per ib., is: Srf. Kangaroo* per Ib., i s.d. Pork, (fresh), per lb., l.s. 3d. (aalt), tid. Cheese, Sydney, per lb., 2s. ditto* English, Coffee, per lb., 2.?. Eggs, per doz., 2s. 6d. Milk, per quart, Sd. Fowls, each 3 a Wild-fowl-pigeon, 9d ; duck, 2,ç ; lual, 1« ; swan, 6 a 8s Dried fruits, per lb.y 1M. Raisins, per lb., kid. Oil, per gallon, 10s. Rice, per lb., Wine, Cape, per gallon, 5s. Rum, di Ho, 14.«. Brandy, ditto, 16«, Gin, ditto, 16s. Sugar, per lb,, ltd. Tea, per lb., 8s. 6c?. Potatoes, per ib., 6d» Cabbages, eacn, 'Ad. Flour, per lb,, 6d. Wheat, per hush«1, f fay, pee ton, Soap, por lb., J s. Starch, per Jh , 4*. 6rf. Tobacco, pei Jb., 2s. Vinegar, per gallon, 5a Gunpowdei, per lb'., 6*. Shot Ale and porter, perdoi. 20s. EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, BY CHARLES MACFAULL, At the Gazette Of*'ce, Perth. Ter...

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THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON. (From the New Court Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 22 November 1834

THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON. (From the New Court Journal.) There is a charm about this name which makes friends bold to defend and enemies wary of attack,-else how would he by whom it is borne have escaped through a period of excitement, when regarded as the chief prop of an unpopular cause. ? His destruction appeared to be the only act necessary to establish mob preponderance. The Duke is still the same ;-he skulks not in corners, nor goes in b/eways to avoid those who have railed against him. He has either greater boldness than ever statesmen before him pos- sessed, or he has a consciousness of superiority which makes him indifferent to opinions which his education and pursuits have taught him either to des])Í3e or undervalue. It is not effrontery that brings the Duke forward ;-it is not effrontery that malíes him still the avowed head of the party. If he has not bent before the storm of popular disfavor, it was because he had formed his own calculation of its strength and public durat...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 22 November 1834

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1834. MR. NORCOTT, Superintendent of   Mounted Police, returned to Perth, from Guildford, just as we were going to press, and communicates that he has obtained intelligence from the Natives of the Mountain tribe, that "Nunar," the na-   tive he was supposed to have shot at the onset of the affray at Pinjarra, escaped,   by plunging into the river, and that it   was Munna who fell. The two natives   of the Mountain tribe Mr Norcott has   brought down with him, evince the greatest eagerness to join a party in pur- suit of the Murray men; and gave us, at that gentleman's request, a spirited outline of the manner in which the attack would be made, concluding with a pan- tomimic description of the gallant style in which they would head off the women of the vanquished tribe. All the young men of the Swan and Mountain tribes appear to be up in arms to obtain ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 November 1834

CAUTION. WHEREAS JAMES HAN- COCK has absconded and left his Business, this is to give notice that the Undersigned will not be answerable for any Debts, Bargains or Contracts, he may incur a¡H»r this Notice ; and further, any Persons indebted to the Undersign- ed, are requested not to pay the said James Hancock any monies, as he lias jio authority to collect in any debts. John Hancock. George Hancock. Belmont, Nov. 17. DEDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF TIMBER N. B.-Boards not exceeding seven inches in width 12s. per hundred leet, running measure, and all other Scant- ling in proportion. A O TICE. A VIN G caught a strayed PONY on Belmont Faim, whoever will desciibethe marks and prove their right to it, shall ha\e the same, by pa)ingall reasonable expenses, on appl) m¿> to J. Hancock PROPERTIES FOR SALE. -000 IÍIE following valuable Properties w ill be sold on very moderate terms : 1.-A Ginnt of Land on the Avon River, consisting of #,0v)0 Acres of rich pasturage 2- A large Grant of Land ad...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 November 1834

TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, BY MR. R. LEWIS, AT LEEDEll's HOTEL, PERTH, Oil the Sa day of December, 1834, At 12 o'Cluck, HAT very valuable and well known Estate «. SPRÍNG PARK," lately the property of Sir James' Hume, I situated on the left wide of tbe Swan, con 1 tainii)g two thousand six hundred Acres, j or thereabouts ; bounded on the South by the lands of His» Excellency Sir James Stirling, that is, on the South by Black Adder Creek This offers an excellent opportunity for Capitalists. The Estate is let to a respectable Gentleman for a lease of five years (tour ot which are nearly unex pired) for the sum of £ i 00. per annum, payable in produce at a moderate rate. Its proximity to Guildford, which is likely to become one of the most flourishing towns in the Colony-the extent of fine mea- dow lands, 50 tons of hay having been cut off one portion < f it in one year and the number of Acres in cultivation, the delicious springs of water, which are constantly running thr...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. (From the Cape Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 November 1834

EUROPEAN NEWS. (From the Cape Advertiser.J The Civil Wars in Portugal and Spain havH teiminaied in favor of the rightful Sovereigns, and Í it is to he hoped in favor of liberty and good Go- vernment. The two "infants" Miguel and I Carlos, have retired, the former on a handsome pension of about fifteen or sixteen thousand j a-year. The changea in the Ministry are the most strik- ing events in England. The cause of the change i was a difference of opinion respecting the final f appropriation of the irish tithes.*- It seems io be | lite opinion of 'he Cahinet, and the Majority in the House of.Cumuions, that after the irish | Church has been fuliy provided for. the surplus, if J any, should be at the full disposal of Parliament. J The leiiring £'i «Tubers took a different view, consi I dering this property as inviolable Church pro- perty. The hill itself is postponed until next I sessions. ' I By the Bland, from Liverpool, we have some English Papers of as recent a date as August !0th, ...

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INSULT OFFERED TO EARL GREY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 November 1834

INSULT OFFERED TO EARL GREY. Our political hostility to the late Premier is wtóll known from our unceasing endeavours to ex- pose his mischievous measures and nepotism al propensities, but l.ovv that he is driven from office by one of'the foulest and most treacherous pieces of Jesuitical manoeuvring that ever disgraced a set of conspirators, we declaie that we look upon him as the most ill-used man that ever held the helm I of Government. And not only ill-used by being tricked and jockeyed out of his place, but ill-used as having been insulted by his late colleagues since his rejection from office by them. We say insulted I for it will scarcely be credited, although ii is a fact, that the Brougham faction have had the audacity to offer to their late leader the subor- dinate office of Lord Privy Seal, and this, too, without consulting the wishes or inclinations of the Earl of Carlisle, the present holder of that office. This is the way Brougham served Sir William Horne. The true mean...

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NEW COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 November 1834

NEW COLONY. In the "Times" of July 1, we have an account of the meeting of the "South Australian Associa- tion," for explaining the principles, objects, .plan, and prospects of a new Colony, proposed in South Australia, at which a number of most respectable individuals, chiefly Members of Parliament, de- livered their opinions on this very curious subject. In the new Colony the whole of the land is tobe declared at once to be the property of the state. It is to be set up in lots at a minimum price*, and sold to the highest bidder ; and the whole of the money is to be employed in importing laborers, male and female, in equal proportions. Col. Torrens explained " the mode in which it was proposed to make this appointment in order to secure the prosperity of this great new Province. (Cheers, and a laugh.) In the first place, the whole of the land in the Colony was to be public land. IN o individual was to obtain a single acre by gift. There was to be no patronage, no job ; all were to ...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. Tuesday, 29th July, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 November 1834

HOUSE OF COMMONS. -Tuesday, 29th July, 1834. The Speaker took the Chair at twenty minutes past twelve. NEW MEMbERS. Sir J. C. Hobhouse, the new member for Not- tingham ; and General Sir B. Jiarnes, the new member for Sudbury, took the oaths and their seats. HOWELL'» DIVORCi: BILL. On the motion of Mr. Tooke, the house resolv- ed itself into a committee of the whole house, uport Howells divorce bill. Aftei a short discussion, the preamble was put and carried, and the bill went through committee. The chairman then brought up the report, and th« bill was ordered to be read a third time this day week. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COLONIZATION, Mr. Spring Rice moved the order of the day for the house resolving itself into a committee of the whole house on the South Australian coloniza- tion bill. Mr. A Baring contended that the bill waa found- ed «pon the most mistaken views that were adopt- ed by any set of experimentalist«, and that it would ue the mostjudicioui course to postpone its 'further con...

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(From the Cape Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 November 1834

(From tlie Cape Advertiser.) We have been favored by Captain Hughes, the commander of the Cervantes, arrived in Table Bay from Liverpool, with the fallowing particulars re- specting a vessel which he fell in nilli at sea The ! details are painfully interesting, as'lhcie is reason j to apprehend that the captain and crew of the Mariner nad received violent treatment from a band of pirates: The Cervantes, on lier voyage from Liverpool to this Port, on the 7th of August, in N. L. 8. 40.; VV. L. 24. VI. fell in with a vessel dis- masted and water-logged, with " Mariner, Liver- pool,' on her stern. The weather being nearly calm, Captain Hughes dispatched his mate on board, who reported the vessel to be about 250 tons, with a half-poop, to be laden with palm oil an«» elephant's teeth ; that the masts had been cut away: a.l the hatches off; and part of the decks ait away. There was no vestige of rigging, ex- cept on the bowsprit and jiijboom, which were standing. The vessel was quite full ...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 November 1834

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER S9, 1834. By the " Adams"' horn London, we have English ¡ s News, via the- Cape of Good Hope, up to the Oth ¡ of August,- and have received our file ol' the Cape Advertiser up to the 15th October. The extracts j we have made will furnish onr Readers with some idea of the position of affairs in England and South Airica up to a very recent date. Ihe opinion entertained at home of this Colony J seems to requLe strengthening, by strong and ac- { ,. . . . . ¡i curate representations or owr positivo positiou Judging horn the queries we have received, our! friends appear most surprLingly ignorant of our j adv ;u.cement as a Colony, and progressive improve- | ment ; >l would be wise, therefore, to form, with- j out delay, a Corresponding Committee, as leeom- j mended by a Gentleman, whose letter has been j kindly sent to us for perus-al. A small vessel, chartered by Messrs. Henty, was nearly ready to sail when the Aàams left ; and two ve...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARR[?]VAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 November 1834

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ÁRR.VAL. On the 27th instant, the Adams, Captain Mills,   from London : general cargo-Passengers: Mrs. 'Hall, Mr. Brockman, and four Steerage Passen- gers. Lying in Owen's Anchorage.-H M.'s S. Hya- cinth- In Gages' Roads, the Adams.- In the North Bay, the Cutter Fanny, and Isabella. Owing to some inadvertency, we have not re- ceived a copy of the Manifest per Adams in lime for publication this week : it shall appear in our next. A Mail for England, via idobart Town, per I J. M.S. Hy j fin th, wiii be closed in a few days. Also, a ¿Jail fur Van Diemen's Land and Syd- ney.

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PANORAMA OF THE POLAR REGIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 November 1834

PANORAMA OP THE POLAR REGIONS. , Op all the various scenes that the pencil of Mr. Burford has so vividly brought before the eve of the "stay-at-home traveller,'' this of Capt. Ross' sojourn at the North Pole is the most striking. 44 Strange and new is all that meets the wonder- ing gaze " The victor stands, as it were, in the midst of a desert of snow, *. in the thrilling region of the thick-ribbed ice." But lonely and des»date as is the scene, it is rendered not only curious but beautiful, by the singular natural phenomena which characterise it. It is noon on a day in j January; the sun is below the horizon, above which it never rises ; its place being indicated by a lurid crimson glare in that quat ter of the heavens ; the stars are shining with intense bi lilian ey through a cloudless sky ; and the aurora boreailas, appearing like a luminous band or broad streak opposite the sun, emits a pale and mellow light, varied by dazzling coruscations of prismatic colours, that shoot (or s...

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MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 November 1834

MARKET PRICES, »I««" i ? - RETAIL. Bacon, per Ib., flams, ditto, 1». 6d. Butter, (salt), Is. 6d. Bread, 4 lb loaf, 2s. 2d Beef, (salt), per lb.,5i/. (fresh), is. tid. Mutton, per lb., Is; 6d. Kangaroo, per lb., Is.d. Pork, (fresh), per lb., I«. 3i/% (salt), Sd. Cheese, Sydney, per lb., 2s. ditto, English, Cofl'ee, per lb., 2s. Eggs, per doz., 2.s. 6d. Milk, per quart, tid. Fowls, each 3 a Wild-fowl-pigeon, 9d; duck, :2s; teal, is swcin, 6 a Ss Dried fruits, per lb., ltd. Raisins, per lb., ] id. Oil, per gallon, 10s. Hice, per Ib., Wine, Cape, per gal lu», 5 s, Rum, ditto, 14s. Brandy, ditto, ffi», Gin, ditto, I (is. Sugar, per lb., Id. Tea, per lb., 8«. 6d. Potatoes, per lb.*, Hit. Cabbages, earn, Hti* Flour, per lb., éd. Wheat, per bush«',-. Hay, per tun, Soap, per lb., I s. Starch, per lb., 4s. tid. Tobacco, peí fb, 2s. Vinegar, pen gallen, 5». Gunpowdei, pet lb., 6s* Shot Ale and porter, perdu/. 20s. EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, BY . CHARLES MACFAULL, At the Gazette Of^ce, Per...

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SHEEP. (From the Cape Advertiser) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 November 1834

SHEEP. (From the Cape Advertiser) Thc Sheep of this Colony have hitherto been reared chiefly for food. 15 ut as, with little or no care, they increase much faster than the human race, and as their flesh, being impatient of salt, is unfit fur exportation, this article of produce, though most agreeable to the consumer,, has long since ceased to hold out any great prospects of wealth to the ptoducer Genuine Cape Sheep, with their thin, wiry hair, may be purchased in any numbers from the distant farmers for Is 6d to 2s. a head. The males afford no annual pio duce, and are therefore not worth their food, or the expense of superintendence, their value being the same at the beginning as at the end of the year. The females yield nothing but Iambs. The total number of these Sheep in the Colony may be taken at two millions, and using round numbers we may take their value at the same number of Rixdollars, or £150,000. The manufacture of woollen cloth from the Wool of pure Cape Sheep is unknown...

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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 December 1834

SPAIN. We leam from Spain, that after many delays, the Queen Regent, alarmed by the popular ex- pression of popular discontent, has issued a decree convoking the Cortes, which body is to meet on the 24th July. Another decree, of an equally popular character, has also been ] ublishôd, ex- tending all former amnesties to those who had hitherto been exempted from their operation ; so that the long expatriated and patriotic Mina, and other noble Spaniards who have suffered so much at the hands of an ungrateful country, are at length at liberty to return to the land of their nativity. Madrid Gazettes to the 29th May have reached us. They announce the abandonment of the whole country north of the Tagus by the Miguelites and Carlista.

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PORTUGAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 December 1834

PORTUGAL. Don Miguel has surrendered, as indeed was only to be expected, after the late examples of imbecile mismanagement which his partizans ex- hibited The particulars of what led to this event we may s m up in brief, by saying that he was defeated with considerable loss at the heights of Asseceira, on the loth ult. and on the next day he evacuated at Santarem. From that time his course was a succession of disasters. He crossed the Tagus with a force hourly diminishing, and in a state of disorganization, intending to proceed toward« iii vas; huton getting to Evora, which is out of his direct route, he found himself pressed between the armies of Saldanha and Terceira, and his troops began to mutiny. Under these circum- stances be was obliged to propose an armestice, which proposition was foi warded by Marshal Sal- danha to Lishon, and there peremptorily refused The marshal was reproved for suspending his march for a moment, and Don Miguel was finally compelled to surrender at disc...

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