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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 December 1834

SI NOW LANDING, EX "ADAMS," THE FOLLOWING GOODS, Consigned to W. & R. HABGOOD, UPEKIOli SHERRY, Rum, Cognac Brandy, Prints, Ladies' Stays, Parasols, Wire .Sieves, Flour Ditto, Shot, Linseed Oil, Hair Brooms and Brushes, Superior Looking Glasses, Variety'oí Ironmongery, ,? éomprising Boat Nails, &c. ; liab.erdajshery, &c.,&c, TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,, 1 (' ÍJÍ Iff BY MR. Bk WELCH, On Wednesday, the 10th December, at 12 o'Clock, at Mrs. Hutton's Perth,1 ff&¿ñ KEGS of WHITE PAINT. ^B^ -?- Four ditto Chinese Yellow* I oui üitto Ditto Ditto. Sixteen ditto Brunswick Green. Foui ditto Blue. Four ditto Lead colored. Four ditto Venetian Red. Eight ditto best Black. One Cask Ditto. Twenty gallons Oil. Several pieces of Dark Print. ***To be sold in kegs of 28 lbs. each, J. W. & J. Hardy. 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...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Western Australian Journal, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 December 1834

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. arríval; Off the 30th ultimo,' the Ellen (Government Schooner), Captain Toby, from' the Northward, with the Exploring ' Party under' the direction' of Mr. Derbyshire, of H.M.S. Hyacinth. " DEPARTURE. On the 6th instant, H.M.S. Hyacinth, Captain 'Blackwood,, Rl vi-., J fe; King George's Sound and. Hobart Town.-Passenger : Mr. Taylor. Lying in Gages' Roads--The Adams.-Tn the North »Bay,, the Fanny, and the Isabella. À Mail is open for Va» Diemen'* Land per Adams. . .

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 December 1834

THÄ* WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY^ DECEMBER 6, 1834. Wê hear a proposition has been made by some . .Gentlemen of capital at home, provided-Govern ment will gi ve" encouragement .'to the project, to 1 ' purchase1 à u> considerablev tract » of land-say, i; 1,000,000 ¿cres-witliin this territory*- \That en N v courageraent'may reasonably be given to such an .\* enterprise^ theie canhofc be the-slightest question ; . ^ and that it will'receive.the readyVconcurrence of < our local Government^ we are full£ persuaded. " . Along "the line ot coast between this'and King George's Sound' there are many traéis"1 jJecuIiarly adapted for a speculation, of this'nature, and a body of Settlers, properly directed, would form locations in those districts Jiighly^, beneficial to themselves, aad^. at the same time, would cpntrl* bute essentially to the advancement of the Colony generally,-intermediate posts on the line of road between this and King George's Sound being of the first...

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

MARKET PRICES. RETAIL. { Bacon, per lb., . Hams, ditto, Is. 6d. \ Butter, (salt), Is. 6d. \ Bread, 4 lb loaf, 2s. 2d I Beef, (salt), per lb.,6ef. I (fresh), 1*. 6d. Mutton, per lb., Is: ed. Kangaroo, per ib., \0d. Pork, (fresh), per lb., is. Sd. (salt), Sd. Cheese, Sydney, per lb., 2s. ditto, English, Coffee, per lb., 2s. . ttgg8» Per ^oz» 3s# ' Milk, per quart, Sd. i Fowls, each 3 a Wild-fowl-pigeon, 9d', duck, 2s ; teal, Is i 8wan, 6 a 8s Dried fruits, per lb., I4d. Raisins, per lb., lid. Oil, per gallon, 10s. Rice, per Ib., Wine, Cape, per gallon. 5s. Rum, ditto, 14s. Brandy, ditto, 164, Gin, ditto, 16s. Sugar, per lb., 7d. Tea, per Jb., 8s. 6d. Potatoes, per lb., 6rf. Cabbages, eacn, Sd, Flour, per lb., 6d. Wheat, per bushe', Hay, per ton, £10. Soap, per lb., J s. Starch, per li-, 4s. 6d. Tobacco, pei Jb, 2s. Vinegar, pe; gallon, 5*. Gunpowder, per lb., 6 s. Shot Ale and porter, per doz. 20s. EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, BY CHARLES MACFAULL, At the Gazette Of^ce, Perth. Terms...

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MOORE'S SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 December 1834

MOORE'S SWAN RIVER. Wb hear, by the Adams- from London, that Mr. Moore's Journals1 and Letters on the subject of this Colony have been published,-but we have not yet been able.,to obtain a copy of the work. The* following extract from a private letter heightens our curiosity to peruse.this publica- tion : " A few week» ago, (the lettter is dated1 in. June,)-' à small volume came out taken from the Journals and Letters of Mr. Moore. How he will like-them being published,' I cannot tell ; but' I think they will do the Colony good. The work gives a -pleasing and familiar account of the pro- ceedings and occupations of an early settler's life ; which to many persons will prove attractive* and induce some to come to your Colony to try the life.- Many little circumstance», which, at the time o£.their-happening, are annoying and difficult io bean with temptr by-those to^whom they occur, seem, when narrated in Mr. Moore s cheerful" and agreeable--method, really to be attractive. Not but tha...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of "The Perth Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 December 1834

CORRESPONDENCE, To the-Editor of '.»' The Perth Gazette.' < Str,t-May I ask* through the medium of your valuable Paper, how, or why, it is, that the- an- swer to the Memorials presented to the Home Government by Governor Stirling, have not lo'ug since bee», made known to the Settlersr. The re* plies (I hear whispered) are of the most vital im- portance to us all ; yet only a u chosen few," resident on the Swan,' have been favored with their contents. If any just cause can be given for their being- withheld, perchance* you may solve, my idea being they, ought to be "Pro Bono" Your giving insertion to the foregoing will oblige AN OLD SETTLER. [The copy of the Despatches from the Home Government, which were given some time back by His Excellency Sir James Stirling, as convey ing a reply to the Memorials entrusted to his charge when he visited England, have, we believer been placed in the hands-, of most of the Settlers ; in- deed all those who have taken the pains to look or...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMMISSION. CHART[?]R OF INCORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 December 1834

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMMISSION. CHA.RTPW OF INCORPORATION. Recites-That certain parts of Australia are fit ¿for colonization.---That certain persons are desir- ous of founding a colony there -That evils have hitherto arisen for want of a uniform system in disposing of the waste lands.--Act authorising the Incorporation of the South Australian Commission, appoints that A.B., CD., and their successors, shall be Commissioners and a Corporation for estab- lishing a Colon)" in South Australia.--Purpose of the Corporation.- Four Qeneral .Meetings of the Commissioners to be held in every year.-:-Special Meetings to be convened by notice.-All powers, &c. of the Commissioners exercise able by the majority present at meetings, not being fewer than five.-Chairman to have casting vote.-,-Minutes of proceedings to be entered in a hook kept as aforesaid, and to be evidence.-f Copies of Minutes to be laid before Colonial Secre +ary.~ Power to appoint new Commissioners --- "umissioners to be a...

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

VARIETIES. Royal Marines.-AU the First Lieutenants prior to IS 15 have been promoted to the rank of Captain and placed on the half-pay, and to be called in as vacancies occur. Captain J. Wilson of the Chatham division, is appointed Assistant Adjutant-General of the Royal Marines, vice Wright, promoted. The Admiralty have been pleased to allow the eight senior Captains of each division, who are present and pay companies, an additional shilling per diem-Captains not receiv- ing the none-effective the same as captains of the Line: the pay of the Captain of the Royal Marines being only 10s. 6d. per diem, whereas the Captain of the Army receives 40/. per annum in addition to that sum, besides Is. 6d. per day '. for paying the company ; therefore the additional *< shilling is given to the Captains of Marines tor J their additional trouble and> risk in paying the \ men. Eight now do that duty instead of four as I formerly. An experiment was tried with a new invented j lifeboa...

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

THE NEW COLONY. We announced last week, that the project of the South Australian Association, for founding a Colony in Australia, had obtained the, sanction of His Majesty's Government. The act for erecting South Australia into a province, with separate laws, and appointing Commissioners for conduct- ing the sale of waste land, and the disposal of the .purchase-money in conveying laborers to the colo- ny, has been brought into Parliament by Mr. Wolryche Whitmore; who deserves high credit foi the constancy with which, in spite of numerous obstacles, he has pursued this great national un- dertaking. A great undertaking we venture to say that it is ; for if it should be conducted as wisely as it has been planned, it must, by the way/1 of example, produce a revolution in our Colonial policy,- provided Mr. Spring Rice shall keep his present office, or have for successors men as in- telligent and capable as himself. This is not said by way of compliment to the Minister. For years past we ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 December 1834

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, November 29,1834. ItÈTOTICE is hereby given, that -*^ His Excellency the Governor has thought fit t'a establish the following additional Regulations and Instructions Jar the guidance of Superintendents of Mountea Police: I.-it being found advisable to dis- continue the Office of Principal Super- intendent of Mounted Police, the Superintendents of Districts will hence- forward communicate with the Governor through the Colonial Secretary. 2.-On the first day of each month the Superintendents will make applica- tion to the Colonial Secretary for a ^Requisition or Order on the Commissa- riat Department for the Amount of Pay and Allowances of their Party, in ad- vance, for the ensuing month. 3.-The Head Constables and Con- stables will not be removed, eocept m cases of great urgency, from one district to another, in the course of any month, so as to secure regularity of "Accounts 4.-Hereaßer Forag& will be found by Government...

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IMPORTS per ADAMS, FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 December 1834

IMFORTS per ADAMS, FROM LONDON. One box ¿lops, .20 barrels pork, 30 boxes soap, 5 kegs bariey, 5 kegs peas, 1 cask hams, ,1 case starch, 4 casks 3alt, 2 pockets hops, r" casïrshot, 6 casks ale, 8 casks- whiskey, 6 casks resin, ! 1 case corks, 1 cask, turpentine, 5 cases medí- ; : cines, 1 case refined sugar, 2 kegs tobaccor 1 box seeds, 1 box coiFee, 5 bags sugar^ 27 cases and casks French brandy, 9 cask3 Jamaica rum, 5 casks Port wine, two boxes coffee, sugar and rice,-:44 cases and 15 baskets Liqueurs. 26 cases wine, 1 bag rice, 12 quarter barre'? gunpowder. Packagls- addressed.-Four packages, G. F. Moore ; 3 barrels, Captain Picking ; 7 packages, (. H. G. Smith ; 1 trunk, Mr. Saikeld; 2 boxes, T. .Walsh; 1 case, Richard Wells; I box, James Walcott ; 3 packages, - Waylen ; I jar, R. 'Tomsori; lease, C. Smith ; I case¿ R. Souper; \ % packages, H. C. Sutherland ; L box, Sir R. Spencer;- I bale, G. Shenton; 1 box, Captain ,. Scott ; I case, H. W. Reveley ; I case, Captain Pace ; I ca...

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SECOND EXPEDITION TO THE NORTHWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 December 1834

SECOND EXPEDITION TO THE NORTHWARD.   Captain Blackwood of H. M.'s. S. Hyacinth, having received instructions to make every effort to obtain intelligence of the ill-fated Mercury on the 10th of November last, despatched a party   under the direction of Mr. Derbishire, mate of the Hyacinth, to explore the coast in the neighbour- hood of Ganthaume Bay. The party embarked on board the Ellen (Government Schooner) on the afternoon of the 10th Nov., but owing to the con- tinued gales, were prevented from leaving the vessel until the 14th, when they stood into a small island to the nortnward of Cape Leschen- ault ; this being inaccessible, from reefs, they run along the coast to the island which Lieut. Preston first made, and brought up for the night.   Mr. Derbishire describes their progress as fol- lows : — "15th. — Run close along the shore; (occasional- ly hauling up, as many of the rocks formed the appearances of wrecks,) finding shelter at sunset in the Bay ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 13 December 1834

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. | DEPARTURE. O.v the 5th instant, the Fanny, for Java Lying in Gages'. Roads.-The: Adams, -and Ellen, Government Schooner.-In the North Bay, the Isabella. The Adams is expected to sail for Launceston early to-morrow morning.

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CIVIL COURT—PERTH. Tuesday, December the 9th, 1834. Before W. H. Mackie, Esquire, Commissioner. Walters v. Samson, Agent for Dod. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 13 December 1834

CIVIL COURT-PERTH. Tuesday, December the 9th, 1834. Before W. H. Mackie, Esquire, Commissioner. Walters v. Samson, Agent for Dod. Mr. Clark, fur the plaintiff, stated, that Mr. Dod, previous to his departure from this Colony in March, 1833, entered into an agreement to send plaintiff an investment of goods from England within fourteen months from the date of the con- tract. The Quebec Trader was the first vessel that sailed from England after Mr. Dod's arrival there, but no goods were sent by that vessel, nor by the James Pattison, in terms of the contract ; and the Adams, which sailed from England in June last, brought no advices whatever from Mr Dod. The plaintiff had, for a year past, kept a sum of £600.-money lodged in order to pay for the investment. He had lest the interest of the mo- ney, and many opportunities of trading to advan- tage. Damages were laid at £500. Mr Samson contended that the plaintiff was only entitled to the interest of £600. for a few months, and stated th...

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WINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 13 December 1834

WÏ NE. The following acpount of the methods (observed in gathering, and pressing the grape,indifferent countries, is extracted from " Ridding's History of AVines':"- ' ' ' The fruitin somecountries is cut off the plants with a kwife. In France the scissors are used; by which the stems of the brand es are rapidly severed. In ruder countries the hand only is ap- plied ; a mode injurious to the grape as wçll as to the vine The most approved plan is to make three separate gatherings of the fruit. The first includes all the finest a»id ripest branches. The green rotten grapes, or such as have been eaten inlp by the insects, are cleared from the bunches, which are then carefully cairied home The second gathering implies naturally a second pressing. The grapes are1 not quite as ripe as for the first. The gathered bunches are deposited as lightly as possi hie, to prevent the grapes from being bruised All drjf or spoiled grapes are cast aside, where proper due is-used, or fine and delicate w...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 13 December 1834

GOVERNMENT NOTICE., Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth) December IO, 1834. * " HIS Excellency the Governor lias been pleased to appoint the un- dermentioned Gentlemen Justices of the Peace tor this Colony, viz : P. Belches, Esquire. ' Alexander Cheyne, Esquire. By His Excellency's Command, PETER BROWN, Colonial ¡Secretary. i GOVERNMENT NOTICE. j Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, * I September 5, 1834.. Notice is hereby given nV^clAT, at Eleven o'Clock on Tuesday, the m<"' i6th day of December next, the Sub-Col« "^^ îector of Revenue of Albany, King George's Sound, will put up to Auction, at that place, the undermentioned portion of Land,.viz : (560) Five Huudied and Sixty Acres of Land equate and being at the mouth ot King's Kiver, Oyster Harbour, in the District of Plantagenet, and, markeri and numbered 50 in the Maps and Book»-of the Surveyor Gen irais OíBce-Applied for by Thomas Woore To^be b -unded on the? East by a due North and Southi line, measuring about (49J) F...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 13 December 1834

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1834. With a view to try the experiment of civilizing the Natives in the neighbour- hood of Perth,—the plan will of course be extended to other districts when its beneficial effects have been made ap- parent,—His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr F Armstrong Interpreter, with a limited salary, at present, but it will be subject to further improvement in proportion to the increased utility of the institution. Mr Armstrong brings to the task a con- siderable knowledge of the native language, obtained through several years of diligent inquiry, and frequent associa- tion with the natives in their primitive haunts; we are gratified, therefore, to find so judicious a selection made, and are disposed to augur favorably of this further attempt at conciliation, under the direction of one who has hitherto volun- tarily devoted his time to the acquirement of the native language, and has zealously sought an intimate acq...

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MARKET PRICES[?] RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 13 December 1834

MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. '' 'Z Bacon, per Ib., Hams, ditto, Is. 6d. Butter, (salt), Is. 6d. Bread,' 4 lb loaf, 2s. 2d Beef, (salt), per lb.,6c/. (fresh), Is. 6d. Mutton, per lb., Is:1 M. Kanfjarjoo, per lb., lOrf. Pork', (fresh), per lb., Is. 3d. (salt), Sd. Cheese, Sydney, per lb., 2s1.' ' ditto, .English,--- ' Coffee', per lb., 2s." Eggs, per tlpz., 3s. Milk, per quart, 8d. Fowls,- each 3 a Wild-fowl--1-pigeon. 9d ; 1 ' duck, 2s; teal, Is1; ¡swan, 6 a 8s Dried'früits, per lb.,1 l'4#i. j Rajsius,, per lb,,..lid.,, Oil, per gallpn, 10s. , t u i'i -'i j : i "?. » I ii¡: . ).lh-\ í Rice, per lb.| Wine, Cape, per,g^llon, 5s. ' ' Rum, ditto, 14s. Brandy, dittó| \6*¿'' Gin, ditto, 16s. Sugar, per lb., Id. Tea, per lb., 8s. öd. > Potatoes, per lb., 6di Cabbages, eacn, 3d. (I Flour, per lb., 6d. ' * Wheat, per bushel; Hay, per ton, ai loi1 Soap, per lb , I s. s/ Starch, pèrH}^4&Jîd. Tobacco, jaei Jb¿ 2s. ' Vinegar, pei gallon, 5*. » ,T> Gunpowdet, ' per %.,' 6s.* ' Shot Ale and...

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FALSE AND MALICIOUS STATEMENTS RELATIVE TO THIS COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 13 December 1834

FALSE AND MALICIOUS STATEMENTS RELATIVE TO THIS COLONY. From , the moment we heard of the projected scheme to establish an independent Settlement on the South Coast of Australia, we determined to avoid making any allusions to it which might be construed into a feeling of jealousy, and from this line of conduct we shall not now depart ; but in our own defence we may justly bring forward, for the amusement of our Country Readers, the liberal statements of those who are interested in influenc- ing the public mind at home against us, and which have found vent in a pamphlet entitled "An outline of the Plan of a proposed Colony to be founded on the South Coast of Australia." We shall not step out of our way to contradict these false and malicious libels, but rest satisfied that their palpable absurdity will carry with them their own refutation The writer of these calumnies is supposed to be R. Gouger, the Honorary Secretary to the South Australian Society. Nothing can show the animus of t...

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HOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 13 December 1834

flIT! ¡HO.CJKí .'/ni ?lííOr. 'a Dn.JHiÍNiS¿tikoü; tn'e vér^ learned author'of afcill;° ingeniousitrektiséJon. Wines; is just retín ned >frdni > -9 # ¿P^iiiP f Germany, j upderfalfein , for, tl>e especial;,u! purpose, of witnessing the progress of the recent Vintage inJ the1 vaiiouá districts on the Hhine.r Dr.° «Henderson reports that1 the wmè'groweW1 have31>tl been, fro?* successful in producing anjenliiefy jieyr quality of wine, from the hpck grape, resembling, , and, in fact, equal to the finest champajgne of r ' R'heims \ Which, although in its infancy, ' is in' ' great.demahd. Little of it has as yet reached thisi ,s country ; but it is expected that it will suit the,} taste of champaigne drinkers and become popular when it is known. ' '" The 48 Saxony Sheep imported by the Agri- cultural Stock Society, weie sold by public auction hr-t week on the rai ade, Cape luvvn, 'for thesumof'Rds Í9,469j, Jor £710 3s 4djd One of the ewes was sick, and sold for Rd«.. 52, brr £3...

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