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IMPROVEMENTS AT PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 December 1834

IMPROVEMENTS AT PERTH. Previously to the meeting of the Legislative Council on Wednesday last, His Excellency gave an audience to the-Inhabitants of the town of j Perth, pursuant to notice, regarding the proposed improvements of the town ; when it was arranged that about one-half of the expence which it would be necessary to incur to form footpaths along the main street should be defrayed by the Government, the remainder to be left to the occupants of allot- ments to complete by their own labor, or at their own cost. The proposal seemed to meet with general approval. It will'be immediately acted upon. .__ Another important improvement in *he town was then discussed, namely, the forming a road along the banks of the River. His Excellency offered to those who have allotments facing the .water, the intervening ground between their allot- ments and high-water- mark, which ground is all either valuable for the clay, or as garden ground, on the condition that they would form a suitable ca...

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THE CONVICT SYSTEM[?] (From the Sydney Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 December 1834

THE CONVICT SYSTEM, (From the Sydney j Herald.) - Such is the. rapid increase of crime m this hopeful country, that proposals, we learn, have been made for the purchase of a vessel, now in harbour, to be employed as a' hulk, j^oxJthe-GÔïi finement of doubly and trebjy eORvîcted felons sent us from ^reat-^ntsim The purchase has probably lHîerç-aifeady effected. Villainy, 'it would appear, % on tjlie increase, and villains multiply at so rapid a rate, and s© disproportionate to their numbers and turpitude, afe the means of securing them, that a second hulk is found necessary to hold them, ti') they can be sent to the Penal Settlements of this reformatory Colony. The honest, industrious, and taxed free inhabitants are likely to become chargeable with their cost as well as with their maintenance, and vvitn the funds for conviction and re-conviction, and the monstrous establishments to which such an inefficient system gives birth. It must now be obvious to the Co- lonists, that if we pla...

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THE COLONIAL BANK. (From the "Hobart Town Courier.") [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 December 1834

THE COLONIAL BANK. (From the " Hobart Town Courier.") The topic of ¡ general con vers' *?» Hobart Town for tjie last.week,. has been, w.~ projected new, bank, news of which was brought us by. the B/irdasfier., .We «are (Unable, to lay- before the reader, the exact particulars of. the arrangement, jiaving. ,as yetfc \ erlial information, only to. rely. on. . It, appears, jiqweyer,)that,an association of gentle- men,of influence and,capital in England, .and un- der the immediate sanction and approval ol'the Home Government, have resolved upon establish- ing a bank on a liberal footing, the head quarters of which will be at Sydney, with branches in Ho- bart Town, Launceston, Swan River, and a*V Newcastle, New South Wales. The amount of^v chartered Colonial Bank capital proposed to start with in Hobart Town is said to be £400.000,.;> which will be lent out on good securities to the settlers on interest or discount of 7£ per cent. It is said also that like 'our present banks a deposit...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 December 1834

.GOVERNMENT NOTICE « Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth* December 24, 1834. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct the public- ation of the general objscts of ,the following two Bills, which are now under the consideration of the Legislative Council, and will be read for the second $ime on Monday next. , , By His Excellency s Command, PMER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. First.-A Bill to regulate the Sale of Spirituous and fermented Liquors. It is proposed that persons selling any Spirituous or fermented Liquors after the last day of this Year in less quantity than Fort) gallons without a License, shall be subjected to a penalty of not less than £10., nor more than £50. That no License under this Act shall authorise the consumption of any of the , aforesaid Liquors on the place of Sale, unless it be a licensed Public House, nor empower any one not being a licensed Publican to sell in less quantities than One gallon, under penalty of not less than £5 , nor more than £20. T...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 January 1835

10 BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON MONDAY, v, the 2d February, At Perth, (by order of the mortgagee,) A DWELLING HOUSE and SHOP, now in the occupation of Mr. Wood, Baker, the property of the late Capt. James Mcdermott. William; Samson, Government Auctioneer] Fremaritle, Dec. 31. e TO CREDITORS. ?00 THE CREDITORS of the late Captain James McDermott, are requested to meet at the House on the South Beach, at Fremantle, on Tuesday, the 6th January, 1835, on business relating to the affairs of the Estate. Fremantle, Dec 31. NOW LANDING, AND FOR SAEL ex "DART," AT THE STORES ORIGINALLY OCCUPIED BY CAPTAIN HENDERSON, / JAMAICA RUM, in puncheons ; Superior Gin, in cases; Bottled Port and Sherry ; East India Alad eira ; Bottled Ale and Porter ;. Claret ; Draft Porter ; Cigars ; Superior Sydney Tongues : Loal Sugar ; Cape Wine, in half pipits ; Furniture Cedar, in plank from 12 to 40 inches vvide ; Graves; Boots and Shoes ; Pewter Measures ; A general assortment of Oilman's Stone, j and a varie...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 January 1835

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1835. --ooö Legislative Council.-We are compelled to postpone our Notice of the Proceedings of the Legislative Council during the week. The whole wiJl appear in our next, with the Repprt of the Meeting which will take place on Monday next, when the Council will assemble for the purpose of taking into consideration the estimates and ex- penditure for the present year, as; well as the ways and means. His Excellency the Governor will lay before the Council, at the same time, the re- ceipts and disbursements of the past year. ' The Meeting will be one of great interest to the Colo- nists at large, and will be open to the publia! 1 R. Mc B Brown, Esq, it is rumour d, Will De appointed Government Resident at Fremantle. . 1 he Report of the Proceedings at the Quarter Sessions held at Fremantle on Thursday labt, we must postpone until our next The Howtham Exploring Party will meet at Kelmscott on Monday next, and will proceed on their exc...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 January 1835

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Lying in Gages' Roads. - The Government Schooner Ellen, and the Dart. A Mail is open for England, India, and the Cape, via Mauritius.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 January 1835

GOVERNMENT NOTICE , Colonial Secretary's Office, Pertly « December 31, 1834. IS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Richard Mc Bride Brown, Esquire, Government Resident of Fremantle vice George Leake, Esquire, resigned. By His Excellency s Command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, January 2, 1835. H]S Excellency the Governor di- rects it to be notified for general Information, that the following Acts! passed the Legislative Council on the ' 31st of December last, viz.: "An Act to regulate the Sale of Spirituous and fermented Liquors by Retail ;** and " An Act to regulate the Postage of .Letters in the Colony of Western Australia. By His Excellency's command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, ' ' Perth, January 2, 1835. ^¡4 EALED TENDERS in Triplicate *^ will be received at this Office on Wednesday, the 7th Instant, at 12 o'- clock, irom such Person or Persons who may be willing to supply, for'...

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MAGISTRATES COURT. Perth, Tuesday, 29th December[?] 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 January 1835

MAGISTRATES COURT.   Perth, Tuesday, 29th December. 1834. Before the Rev. J. B. Wittenoom, J. Lewis, Esq., and R. Mc B. Brown, Esq., Justices Peace.   An information and complaint on oath having been made before two Justices of the Peace at   Perth, by George Leake, Esq., resident at Fre-   mantle, that he apprehended, from the violent and insulting language used towards him by William Lamb, Esq, that he (William Lamb) would do the said complainant some bodily harm, a sum- mons was issued calling upon the said W. Lamb to appear and answer the information of the said complainant. The parties all being present, the following declaration was received as Mr. Leake's statement of the case : For upwards of two years past, Mr. Lamb has     continued an almost uninterrupted series of aggres- sion and insult towards me, as well on occasions when I have been acting as a Magistrate or public officer as in my private ...

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WRECK OF THE CUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 January 1835

WRECK OF THE CUMBERLAND. The Cumberland left this for Port Augusta on the 28th of August last. No tidings of the vessel having been obtained, a general opinion prevailed that she had foundered at sea, confirmed by the circumstance of our having been visited by a severe north wester on the afternoon of the day she sailed. So strong was this impression, that no steps were   taken to examine the coast, and the vessel, with her cargo and souls on board, were given up as a total loss; providentially, however, a discovery has recently been made, which is likely to lead to the restoration of much of the property, as well as the exposure of a most villainous and systematic robbery of the wreck which, it now appears was found about the first week, in October, near   Mangles-Bay; the south end of Garden island. The following is an outline of the circumstances   attending this most important discovery:-- a more detailed account shall appear as-soon as the...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 January 1835

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. | Colonial Secretary's Office,t Perth, \ ' January 8, 1835, ' v {' EQUTRKD for the use of the &>verTimëht in fremantle,-A strong substantial JßUILiMNG, offering suificiept Security and Capacity for a ^ONDINi/WAUiUlOLSE, with sufficient accommodation for O ince» The entire or any Building or Buiidir-gs Within an en- closure will require to be in I mied ; and s-ucii additional laslenings asytuay be deomod nece%arv on the part of the Collector, or S ib-Codecor <>f Revenue, must be furnished ami put up, by or at the ex pence of the Owner, i'íie Building musí te situated comenieutlv for landing omi tupping Goods. The Term of Lca^e wiii bettor iwn years certain, and au extension of Uu> years lu; her. it required by lue Govern.eui. Tender* will bo iecer»ed a' this 'Office till the 5th of February, at winch date they will bo opened. By ííis Excellency's commande PETER BROWN, J Colonial Secretary. GOVERNMENT \TOTICE. Colonial Secretary's O f...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, January 5th, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 January 1835

OOVERWMEMT NOTICE*. ni i j »j.: ,!.. m > » -<?- . . /1 ' ' t j .' < 'Olli, Colonial. Secretary's Office, Perth, Januaryi otk, 1835. .#*. riS| Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct that the foJl<Mng Returns of the " Receipts and Ex*'- v ¡J, penditure" of the Civil and "MilitaryServices in Western Australia for', the .'.Year ending December § Ist, 1834* ahould be published for general Information. ' ' vv "' \- 'By[His Excellency'scommand, PETER BRO^N, v ':?. Colonial Secretary. i.'^- r *;??'* y GENERAL STATEMENT OF THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE OF THE CIVIL AND MILITARY SERVICES IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA FOR THE YEAR 1834. n Dr. Military* Pay - - - - - - - Military Allowances - - - - Military Contingencies » - - Building Barracks and Commis- sariat Store ------ Commissariat Pay and Allowances ?Military Expenditure exclusive of Rations - - - - - - - Special Disbursements* - - - - Salaries & Contingencies chargeable ori Parliamentary Gr...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 January 1835

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Lying in Gages' Roads.-The Ellen (Govern liient Schooner), and the Dart A-Mail is open for England, India, and the ..ape, via Mauritius.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Perth, December 29, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 January 1835

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Perth, I December && 1834. The Governor havings taken the chair, The Colonial Secretary, presented a Petition r - \ i I "from several wholesale and retail dealers, praying that the clause of the present Act, intituled " An Act torregulate the Sale, of Spirituous and ferment i ed Liquors by Retail}" which enabiedHhe retailed to sell by the bottle, might not be altered. . j The orders of the day.being read, the Governor ? moved" the second reading'of tin1 *. .Bill.to regulate . the Sale of Spirituous Liquor» by detail " ¡1 The Colonial Secretaiy proposed, that the last c/ause of the third section, namely, ^ that any peit-on may seil or dispose ©f any beer ur othet matt liquor^, and of any ginger beer or spruce beer, to persons standing at hi* or her counter, for the purpose of being consumed upon the spot,' tdiould be "'omitted* as likely ttf haye an injurious' Tendency. ' ' Í The Advfcate General seconded the ameud m.'n\, and observed, "that "the ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 January 1835

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Mr. Reveley's letter in reply to our remarks regarding the Mills at Perth, shall apjpear in our next Mr. Armstrong's Advertisement does not appear, for the reason assigned him by our Compositor

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 January 1835

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1835. The Ellen (Government Schooner), with His JExcellency the Governor and suit, will sail for Augusta and King George's Sound on 'Tuesday next. The importance of the several Documents which we are enabled this week to lay before our Readers, relieves us tr.mi the necessity of offering any apulogy for devoting so much space to these topics. The Annual Agricultural Report is a simple ttatement of facts, and may he received as a ivalK rue and faithful account of the position the Colo- ny at present maintains A more detailed account of the Revenue for the last Quarter has been transmitted us for pub- lication ; we are. however, unavoidably compel- led to postpone the insertion of it until, our next. Thc trial cf 'he prisoners committed for steal- ing various aiticies from the wreck of the Cum- berland, will take pi."ce on Monday next. A full report will appear in our next number. The Expedition to the Southward started on Monday l...

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THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DIRECTORS OF THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. To His Excellency SIR JAMES S[?]IRLING, Governor, &c., &c. Patron of the Agricultural Society of Western Australia[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 January 1835

THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DIRECTORS OP THE AGRI CULTURAL SOCIETY. To His Excellency Sir James Siiuiíing, Governor, I tye., fyc:¿ Patron of the Agricultural Society óf\ Western Australia : -- > Sir,- In laying before y ur Excellency our third Agricultural Report fur the Colony,, we can- not but re.naik, that though the total amount of live Stock in ¡he Colony may »ppear small, and though a great many tanners have as yet been .hie to procure but a very limited supply,--^ yet when we reflect, that only the fifth year of our existence as a lommumiy has passed, and look at the same period of any other Colony on record, it will he.found that we ataed very far before them in this respect, as well as in, the extent of Land in cultivation. And when we look at the.state of importance to which othw Colonies have arrived, (Sydney, for instance, almost even within oin own knowledge and experience), we think we have reason to congratúlate ourselves. From our own observations, we can state tha...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 January 1835

IN the ADMINISTRATION of Theophilus T. Ellis late of Mount Elza, in the Colony of West-   ern Australia, Esquire, deceased, To the next of kin of the said Theophilus Ellis, and to all Christian People : - You, and each of you, are hereby cited to appear at the Office of the Civil Court, at Perth, at noon, on the twentieth day of January instant, and then and there take upon you, or one of you, the Administration of the Goods and Chattels, Rights, Credits and Effects, of the said Theophilus T. Ellis, deceased, represented to have died intestate, or for ever renounce the same. By the Court, A. H, Stone, Registrar Clerk. On the application of William Locke Brockman, Esquire, a Creditor of the said Theophilus T. Ellis, de- ceased. GOODS ON SALE AT THE STORES OF THE UNDERSIGNED. CAPE MADEIRA; Sweet Mus- catel; Brand), Rum and Gin; Vinegar; Irish Beef and Pork; Cheese and Bid fin* ; Bacon, Hands and Hams ; NegrohfMl Tobacco; Tobacco Pipes; Mould ami Dip Candles ; Dried Fruits...

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RECAPITULATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 17 January 1835

«A RECAPITULATION. Total chargeable''to Parliamentary Fund 4 Total chargeable to Colonial Fund - £. s. d. £. .,. d. 1,645 17 llf 1,483 9 8¿ Totai Civil Expenditure for Quarter ending Jiecember 31, 1834 - £3,129 7 8J JOHN LEWIS, Deputy Assistant Commissary Gen., and _ Colonial Treasurer. Commissariat Office, Perth, Western Australia, Dec. 31, 1834.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, January 12, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 17 January 1835

«OVERNMfiNT NOTIC Colonia/ Secretary's Office, Perth, January X2, 1835. MIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct that the following Returns of the " Revenue " and " Civil Expenditure" of the Colony of Western Australia for the Quarter ending December 31st 1&34, should be published for general information. By His Koccellency*s Command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. 25 16 8 23 2 6 2 10 0 0 15 0 682 0 10 ABSTRACT OF THE PRODUCE OF THE REVENUE OF THE COLONY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA FOR THE QUAR TER ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1834. REGULAR RKVENUE. £. S. d. £. 8. d. By Proceeds of Duty on ¡Spirits imported - - - 629 16 8 Ditto Di ti o on Retail and Pub* lican's®Lie«înses - Ditto of Fves of Public Offices Ditto t of Rent of Ferries and Pre- mises - Ditto of Judicial Fines and Forfeitures - * - Total of Regular Revenue - »AVENUE FROM CROWN I ROPERTY. . .By Proceeds of Sale-, of Crown Lands and Town Allotments - 15 Dilfo of Sate& of old Store-», Build- ings and similar...

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