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

.\r/:;r./.j¿.\ *iw©joauu/.!..: «r/./\ The -following .account of ' the, origin,' ¿and[pro- gress of the flocks of Australia, extracted from 4'Stuart's¡Expedition m.Southernn Australia/ will be iqte.re^Üng^to^^st.of pur^^eM^j^uJarljr. the fact that the progenitors ,ot those precious multttuaësi,ïfoïn,'WHiclï<1,A\ik^ah,derrvea 'éVéry year'» so J tfap'ge a) revenue^were> brought fhomi ihh my presented'>fromnvhaf Ht dbes|atJthisjmomenit'i>-44- > " Thço^tafje., ofhour vAu,stßiV>an(JQp)ofli,es (jsays Mr. Stuart) but .more particularly of New South WalesVtíie climate andJsoil' or* which arc' peculiar^ sthtell <o íVs'^iódüction^'is'nne' wool:' There can be no doubt (that .the, gffowthj,,of, tljjs. article has mainly contributed to the prosperity, both of the above in'entioned' colony ana Van Diemen's LanoV At tne close of'the1'last-century,' wool was im- ported »into , England jfrom Spain, and ¡Germany; only, and but,a Jew years previously, fromi Spain a...

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YAGAN'S HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 13 December 1834

YAGAN'S HEAD Mr Pettigrew held his second conversazione for the season at his house in Saville-street, on Wed- nesday evening last. The rooms were crowded, and many objects of exceeding interest were ex- hibited to the scientific visiters. Among others we noticed a head peculiarly preserved, which was said to be that of Yagan, the celebrated chief at Swan River settlement. Some notices of this extraordinary individual have already been submit- ted to our readers, and it will probably be in their recollection that Government had set a price upon his head in consequence of the many atrocities he had committed, and the murders he had induced his tribe to accomplish. He was shot by a boy belonging to the storekeepers department—his head cut off, and gradually dried by means of a fire made of the gum-tree, within the hollow trunk of a tree. His features are well preserved, his skin is a deep jet black and the hair on his chin very crisp—that of his head is soft and lank. A very interesti...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 20 December 1834

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, December l8, '834. "?TBTiS Excellency the Governor lias .»??- toen pleased to direct it io be notmed or wentrai iufoimation, that a Bill ii* be brought before the Legisla- tive Council on We<lne-(Li\ next, the 24th infant, to renew, iueoi p'orate and ame .d ihe pro vision sol the Acts No8,2d W. IV., and No. 2, 4th W IV., tlie former m i* uled "An Act to regulate the i,a!tj oj Spirituous and Fermented Liquor* by Retad" and the latter " An jict to amend the same." , By His Excelle¡h y s Command, PJL, 1ER ¿>IîOWi\, Colonial Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secreta y ? Ojice, Perth, December 9, < .4. TUf^ Excellency the Governor di J3LJSL /eds it to be no1 i tied io» general JmoiiiidUkn, that a IM1 wdi be submit- ted io tho JL« ^«ciative Conih'il on Vreo> ne&dax :j »xt, 'he 24ih institut, havmg for it** object the Regulation oí the Post Office JDepai ment By Ht¡> Excellency s Command, PETE...

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THE LANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 20 December 1834

THE LANDERS. I\ithe House of Commons, Lord Morpeth said that seeing the right han. baronet, the First Lord of the Admiralty, in his plsce, he wished to know whether the information which was contained in *he public prints with reference to the lamentable death of Mr. Riciiard Lander on the coast of Africa was correct, and also whether any parties connect- ed with the slave- trade were implicated in the transaction. He was satisfied his right honorable friend could not employ whatever force he might have on the coast of Africa in a manner more congenial to the feeling of his country than by directing it to the detection and punishment of the parties guilty of the crime, and to the prevention of the iniquitous traffic in which it was alleged j the parties implicated in the affray were engaged. ¡ Sir J. Graham said that a letter had been re- \ ceived from an officer in command of one of his j Majesty's ßhips x>n »the coast of Africa, giving a | lamentable accou t of-the death of Mr....

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 20 December 1834

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. J Vh* é^Mmi j% ín\ On Wednesday, the 17th instant, the Adams, Captain ~Mills, for King* "GéorgëT*"Söün3'"and" Hobart Town.-^Passenger:» Mr. S.Gr> Hentys '. Lying- in Cockbourn . Sóundi-The Ellen} Go-' vernment Schooner.-In the North Bay, the Isa -bella.

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HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 20 December 1834

HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENT. The following/ observations on the improvident system on the part of the poor of purchasing arti- y cles in small quantities, are well worthy attention. They are extracted from a note to the Poor-law, lately published :- - * ' On inquiry into the modes of life of the laboring classes, £ found some of them, with comparatively high wages, living in wretchedness ; whilst others, with less'wages, live in' respectability and comfort. The,effect of economy is, more strikingly marked on comparing thef condition of persons of other classes, such, for instance, as merchants' or .lawyers' clerks, vvhh salaries of 50/ or 601. a ,year, with the condition of mechanics earning from 30s. to 40s. a week. The one w,ill be comparatively, well lodged, well fed, and respectable in appear- ance, whilst the other lives in a hovel, is badly clothed, and, in appearance^ as'well1 as in-reality, squalid and miserable. Many! inatances occur where a clergyman, or an officer on half-pay, m...

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EXTRACTS FROM A LETTER ON THE SOIL, CLIMATE, AND PRODUCTS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA, ADDRESS[?]D TO THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA (From a Pamphlet just published, at Perth, by the Society.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 20 December 1834

EXTRACTS FROM A LETTER ON THE SOIL, CLIMATE, AND PRODUCTS OP .OUTHERN AFRICA, ADDRESSt-D TO THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OP WESTERN AUSTRALIA (From a Pamphlet just published, at Perth, "by Vue Society.) "Two -hundred years' experience in ¡the soil, climate, and products of Southern Africa, enables' the colonist at the Cape to prosecute his agricul-i tural labors with all the chances of success which; the com»try can afford. . **ltis, therefore, reasonable to conclude, tliat the modes of husbandry, and culture, and the gene-! rally received opinions in regard to seasons and soils,: in that Settlement, .must be grounded on correct notions, and,'consequently, valuable to all those whp, like ourselves, are commencing their career < as settlers, in a climate and country not very dissimilar from that of the Cape. TJnder this per- suasion I deemed it to be my duty, as a member of your Society, to avail myself of the delay of the ship in which I came from England at Table Bay, to mak...

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A DREAM OF HOME. (From "Moore s Swan River.") [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 20 December 1834

A DREAM OF HOME. -OC O (From ^Moores Swan River "J " When gentle slumber seals my eyes. And dreamy thoughts are nee as ahr, Back, back to home my fancy flies, And fondly, fondly lingera there. Methought, that when some years had pass'd, I trod again my native shore*, And forward still my loeks were cast, < Till I had reach'd my home once more. But over an there seem'd a chang Save over inv own mind alone ; And there were many faces strang* Amidst a few I once had known; I miss'd the old sequestered spot, t ' The fav'rite walk, the well know» tree ; . And, somehow, flow¡ers and shrub« were not Where mem-'ry said they ought to> be. ,11 V And fait i if ni unchanged mem'ry sought Famili r looks-- alas-!, in .vain- t Time had been th«re" and time had brought New bee es, new faces, in his train. i Can this, I said, can this be hume- ? That home I've longed, so much to see? In such brief space do changes come, Or i: the change alone in me? VII . Thus o'er my spirit in suspens...

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MARKET PRICES. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 20 December 1834

MARKET PRICES. RETAIL.: Bacon, per lb.,, Hams, ditto, Is. $d. Butter, (»ait), Is. 6d. , Bread, 4 lb loaf, 2s. 2d Beef, (salt), per lb.,6rf. (fresh), is. 6d. Mutton, per lb., is. ed. Kangaroo, per lb.,, lOd. Pork, (fresh), per ib., 1*. ' Sd. (salt), brf.^ . : Cheese, Sydney, per lb., j ditto, English, Cooee,, per lb., 2* Eggs, per doz., 3.t Muk, per «mart, tid. " Fowls, eacU 3 a Wild-fowl- pigeon, 9d ; | duck, 2#; teal. If ; . swan, 6 a 8* Dried fruits, per lb., 1 id Raisins, per lb., lid. Oil, per gallon, [U«. Rice, per 1b., Wine. Cape, per gallon, 4«. 6d Bum, dittor 14*. , Brandy, dittp« Í6J, . Gin, ditto, 16*. . , Sugar, per lb., 8d. Tea, per lb., 10*.. y, Potatoes, per íb., 3£7. Cabbages, eacn, 3d» ,h lour, per lb.» 6<L Wheat}, per bushel,l 5# Hay, per ton, £10. Soap* per lb., Starch, per 1} »4«. 6d. Tobacco, pet ¡b, 2*. Vinegar, pet gallon, 5*. Gunpowdei, per Ib., ö«. Shot Ale and porter, per dot« EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, BY CHAfetES MACFAULL» At the Gazette Of...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 20 December 1834

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL.     SATURDAY DECEMBER 20, 1834. -000 - Since the publication of our last Gazette, it has been determined by the Gentlemen who had it in contemplation to make an excursion to the Southward, for the purpose of exploring the country, to start on the 2d of January next, — and we are glad to find that the Hon. J. S Roe, Esq., Surveyor-General, has been able to make such a- rangements as will admit of his accompanying and directing the party. The plan laid down by His Excellency the Governor to visit the out-ports in January, on which occasion the presence of the Surveyor General is required, we stated last week was likely to prevent that Gentleman from joining the party ; the difficulty, however, has been over- come, by a voluntary proposition on his part to conduct an expedition overland to King George's Sound, where it is expected they will arrive about the same time that the Governor will reach it in the " Ellen." From what we ...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 December 1834

THE ' * T WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1834. -ooo By the Dart from Sydney, we have our files of the Sydney Journals up to the 6 th of October, and from Van Diemen's Land up to the 25th of July. We have made some few extracts from each, which will be found in our present number, and purpose continuing to make such selections as will illustrate the position of affairs in the Sister Colonies. < As regards the general state of opinion respect- ing this Colony, we are happy to find, in despite of the malicious falsehoods which have been fabricated to our prejudice, we continue to retain the favorable consideration of our neighbours «. Judging from the frequent allusions which are made to our free institutions, and enviable distinction a» ' a free Colony, we should not be in the least sur- prised to find, in the course of a twelvemonth, that we have obtained a considerable accession to pur numbers and capital, from the opposite side of the Island. Mr. Sher...

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A BUSH LEVEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 December 1834

I A BUSH LEVEE. Ïn the removal of the establishment to King George's Sound, the vessel touched at Swan River, I of which young colony Dr. Wilson, whose active habits and arduous spirit of inquiry did not allow him' to lose the smallest opportunity of acquiring useful'information, gives a very lively and unbias I sed account. The following graphic description of j a levee in the bilah, held bv the Governor Captain j How Sir James Stirling, struck us as being ex- tremely chai acteristic ©f the young colony . "The news having spread that the Governor \va§ in the camp, he was surrounded by many in 1 'dividual* ; and as I had never before seen a levee held in the open air, I retired a little and lay down to observe the ceremony í thought I could observe in the Governor's ccunter.ar.ee some anrryawp that he had been thus caught, bul j jeihg so, he assumed an air of determination to j Oc as civil and condescending as possible. Many passengers had arrived by the Atwick, who, it ap- pears, w...

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THE NEW COLONY TO THE SOUTHWARD IN ANTICIPATION. (From the "Australian.") [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 December 1834

THE NEW COLONY TO THE SOpTHWARD 'IN ANTICIPATION. y£> »* " <x(From the "Australian^) r If the project then thrives we shall at once, ha.ye another market topen for our cattle, sheep and, horses, and for numerous articles which can be supplied j^ence cheaper" than from' England,-we shal) have a resting-place, a half-way, house, on the, voyage to Swan River,-a new port for our coasters, the nursery of seamen,-a new field for * m^ can* ile Speculation,-a new society for English- men to visit,-a nation rising near us with liberal institutions, to' whose prosperity we may point, when, vye claim a participation in the same. But if the Colony fails, it can hardly prove less advantageous to us. For^ a time we sha)) have fed them, and a great portion of the capital em- barked ia, their establishment, will find its way to our Eastern c^ast. But what is of more ip^por tance, ,we shall have hosts of younga able-bodied, moral, and industrious laborers flocking, for em- ploy mej*fc-...

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DEATH OF DOCTOR WARDELL. (From the "Sydney Herald.") [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 December 1834

DEATH OF DOCTOR WAKPELL. (From the " Sydney gerald") The death of Dr. Wardell, by the hands pf an assassin, has caused a great sensation in the public mind. After a long residence in the Colony, and after an active life of professional exertion, he has been destroyed, when about to return to the Mother Country with an independent fortune. The circumstances attending his death, occasion   much anxiety to his friends, and the whole Emi- grant Community, who are individually not safe in person or property, if they attempt to oust Bandits, or if they make the slightest attempt to enforce obedience by the arm of the Law. In no Country is life so insecure as in this-the Convict Servants being, in numerous instances, the first to destroy it. Let us look back and witness the scenes ,of atrocious murders that have been perpetrated under such circumstances. We see the murder of Mr. Clements ; of Mr. McIntyre, by his Convict {Servant; of Captain Payne; of Mr. Campbell, at his own ...

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OVERLAND EXPEDITION FROM SYDNEY TO SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 December 1834

OVERLAND EXPEDITION FROM SYDNEY TO SWAN RIVERA A scheme, having for its object the conveyance overland from Sydney to this Colony of Sheep Horses and Cattle, on a very extensive scale, has been set on foot in the neighbouring Colonies, by Captain Bannister and Mr. Clint, both late resi- dents in this Colony,-and our Government, we are informed, have been solicited to extend their aid and countenance to the entei prise. No pe- cuniary assistance is required- but in consideration -of the magnitude of the undertaking, and the capital risked in the endeavour to accomplish this desirable object, a recompense is sought in a grant in fee simple of a certain (we believe moderate) number of acres of land, in proportion to the capital embarked, and the several persons-engaged ¡n the expedition. The capital is rated at £10,000.» and the persons comprising the Expedition, it is estimated, will amount to about twenty-four. < How far the local Government have the power or are disposed ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 December 1834

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. FROM|Sydneyv on the 20 iîr instant, hà\£ng sailed nom thence on the 6t\\ October, the brig Dart, Captain Griffin : touched at King George's Sound on the 7th Dec, and left on the 10th. General cargo-Passengers, cabin, Mr. Henry Terry Sheldon, Mt. James Walford, Mr. W. Knight. Steerage : James Thomson. DEPARTURE. On the 24th instant, the Cutter Isabella, navigated by Mr. Dring, lor Port Augusta. Sealing. 1A Mail is open for England, India, and the Cape, via the Mauritius.

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NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 December 1834

NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. We respectfully notify to our Sub- scribers, that the Quarterly and Annual Subscription to this Journal terminates with the present Number. The expences attending its production place the Editor in the disagreeable position of earnestly soliciting an early liquidation of all outstanding Accounts,

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IMPORTS per "DART," FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 December 1834

IMPORTS per "DART," FROM SYDNEY. ' Two cases hats, 200 bags maize, 48 boxes candles, 6 casks tongues, 10 boxes starch, 1 cask eggs, 1 case cheese, 11 barrels flour, 40 casks beef, 3 tons bacon, 50 kegs white-lead, 4 cases pipes, 4 kegs shot, 3'chain cables, 56 wool packs; 1 cask oatmeal, 1 case twine, 3 tons rope, 4 cases pickles, 20 boxes soap, 1 case steel mills, 40 casks pork, -2 chests tea, 4 half chests ditto, 34 quarter ditto ditto, 1 cask whiting, 1 ditto chalk, 2 casks blacking, I ditto blue, .14 cases glassy 1 ditto shot, 1 ditto brushes, 1 ditto mustard, 4 cases oil, 1 ditto paints,. 1 ditto stationery*, 1 bale ditto, 1 ditto lamp cotton, 1 case palin leaf hats, 40 casks beef, a mill (complete), 4 bales slops, 1 cask iron-work, 100 cases gin, 8 cask» vinegar, 40 ditto bottled porter, 6 puncheons rum, 2 casks sugar, 20 ditto bottled ale, 22 casks' wine, 30 casks ditto, 149 cedar boards, 13. package» drugs, 15 casks beef, 12 kegs tobacco, 1 case and 30 boxes cigars, 1 case s...

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MARKET PRIC[?]S, RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 December 1834

MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. Bacon, per ib., Hams, ditto, Is. Sd. Butter, (salt), Is. 6d. Bread, 4 lb loaf, 2s. 2d Beef, (salt), per lb.,6d (fresh), is. Qd. Mutton, per lb., Is: 6rf. Kangaroo, per lb., IOûJ. Pork, (fresh), per lb., is ' M. (salt), Sd. Cheese, Sydney, per lb'., ditto, English, Coffee, per lb., 2s. Eggs, per doz-, 3.?. Milk, per quart, Sd. Fowls, each 3 a Wild-fowl-pigeon,; 9d; duck, 2s; teal, Is ; £«£an, 6 a 8s Dried nuits, per lb., 14d. Raisins, per lb., 1 Id. Oil, per gallon, 10s. »*. Rice, per lb., Wine, Cape, per gallon, 4s. 6d Rum, ditto, 14s. Brandy, ditto, \6<i, Gin, ditto, 16s. . Sugar, per lhy Sd. Tea, per lb., 10s. Potatoes, per lb., «, Cabbages, each, 3d. Flour, per lb., 6d. Wheat, per bushel,15s Hay, per ton,£10. Soap, per lb., 1 s. Starch, per li»., 4s. 6d. Tobacco, per Jb , 2s. Vinegar, pei gallon, 5>«. Gunpowder, per lb., 6a Shot Ale and porter, per do». ,15s. , ,, !; i EDITED,.;Pp.JNT,ED, A.ND PUBLISHED, BY, CHARLES MACFAULL, At the Gazette Of...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, Held at the Council Chambers, at Perth, On the 2th December, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 December 1834

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, Held at the Council Chambers, at Perth, On the 2Uh.December, 1834. The orders of the day being reajf, His Excellency the Governor presented a. Petition, eminating from the Publicans of Fre- mantle principally, (the name of Jnly one publican at Perth being attached to it), faying a reduction / n the sum payable for a Public House License. His Excellency then moved,- that an Act, in- tituled " An Act to regulate the Sale of Spirituous' and fermented''Liquors' by "Retail," be read for the first time-i-Bill to be read a second time on Monday next. ! Moved,' that the Draft of a Bill to regulate the Postage of Letters in the Colony, behead a first time. Bill to be read a second time< onMonday next. JHis Excellency directed the Clerk of the Coun ^ fr^oiake a Minute, that on an early day His Excelí^ncy's intention to lay before the íncii, a statement of the Revenue of the Colo Jwith the Estimàîê^ of the Expenditure pro led for the ensuing V£àrî^a^tatement of ...

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