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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Lying in Gages' Roads.-The Ellen (Govern- ment Schooner), and the Dart. A MAt(. is open for England, India, and the Ca, e, via Mauritius.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 17 January 1835

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, January 8, 1835. , Notice is hereby given, THAT on Monday, the 19th Instant, at { 12 o'Clock, the undermentioned ALLOT- t M EN i of LAND, situate in the town of! Perth, will be put up to, Public Sale at the Office of the Collector of Revenue, subject to the exist- ing Government Regulations : Perth Town Allotment S No. 7 fseven), ap- plied for by Captain John Picton Beete, Acting Secretar)of th« Union Club. For further particulars respecting the Con- ditions, reference to be made to the Collector of j Revenue ; and respecting the Land, to the Sur veyor General. By His Excellency's Command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perthy January 8, 1835. SQUIRED for the use of the Government in Fremantle,-A ¡strong substantial ¡5UÍLD1NG, offering sufficient Security and Capacity fora BONDING WÀUEHOISU, with sufficient accommodation for O dices. The entire of any Building or Buildings within...

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SPECIAL SESSIONS. Fremantle, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 17 January 1835

SPECIAL SESSIONS. Fremantle, January 12. BEFORE W. H. Mackie, Esquire, chairman, and a full Bench of Magistrates. PLUNDERERS OF THE CUMBERLAND. William Keats, John Thomas, James Thomas, (his son), William Ledgard, Richard Thorne, and William Ward, charged with having stolen divers goods stranded from the wreck of the Cumberland,   were placed at the bar, and all- PLEADED GUILTY. Mr. W.N.Clark addressed the Bench on behalf of William Ledgard, and called Mr. Clarkson, and Mr. John Hardey, to bear testimony to the uni- form good conduct of the prisoner. Both of these gentlemen having been acquainted with Ledgard's   relatives in England, who are highly respectable, appeared much affected whilst giving their evi- dence. The prisoners did not evince the slightest emotion, with the exception of Ward, who trembled and cried bitterly. The following are the informa- tions and confessions of the prisoners, upon which the charge was founded. John Cousins, of Fremantle...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of "The Perth Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 17 January 1835

CORRESPONDENCE. -00 To the Editor of " The Perth Gazette.1 Dear Sir,-'I was much surprised by seeing an article in your last Paper commencing u A Mill complete," and animadverting upon the scarcity of flour in the towns, and the present mode of con- ducting the Mills in Perth. If you will do me the honor of calling at the ** Retrecina," I shall be most happy to afford you evers information in my power on this interesting subject. In the mean time you must allow me to make a few observations on the article in question, as it seems to have been written in great haste, and, as yourself allow without any positive in- formation,-nor do you eeem t® be at all aware of the circumstances of the case. In regard to the Wind mill just imported, you regret that no arrangements have as yet been made to bring it into operation The Mill i* scarcely landed, and not being like a Hall Clock or Roasting Jack, cannot be wound up and set going in so short a space of time as you seem to imagine, nor with ...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 17 January 1835

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. Mr. Reveley, in his letter regarding his Mill at Perth, in answer to some remarks we felt our- selves called upon to offer, touching the conduct of the Proprietors of the Perth Mills, carefully avoids the question in which the public is more particular- ly interested, namely, the right of hawng their wheat ground at these public Mills at a stipulated rate. To this point therefore we shall confine ourselves. We term these mills public mills, in- asmuch as the one has been erected by an advance or loan of money from the public chest, the other having certain advantages, extended to the proprie- tor at the public expence. It may be as well to enumerate a few of these: Mr Kingsford has received several town allotments through the centre of the town, with a portion of a public street, — a right of converting the water of the lakes at the back of Perth to the use of his Mill, with as much ground as may he required to connect the lakes — and,bhy way of encou...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 17 January 1835

To Carpenters, Builders, 8f others. REQUIRED to be built,-A small BKICK HOUSE, at the upper part of the Grant lately in the possession of Mr. Jumes Solomon. For particulars as to dimensions &c, application to be made, <>n Monday next, between the hours of 10 and L o'Clock, at the Store of L. & W. Samson, Perth. WILLIAM WATSON, IN returning his sincere thanks to his numerous Friends and the Public for tbe unremitting patronage he has in- variably received, begs to inform them, that he has now commenced running his Boat, the "CONQUEROR," between Perth and the Head ol'the Swan. She will leave Perth on Wednesday and Saturday in each week, and the Uppe Swan on Tuesday and Friday. . *** Packages and Parcels will be re- ceived at hid Store at Perth, occupied by Mr. Heffron. TO BE LET. THAT very excellent GRANT of LAND, containing upwards oí 4.000 Acres, adjoining the residence of G. F. Moore, Esq., on the Upper Swan, well adapted for the Agriculturist or Stock...

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(From the Sydney Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 24 January 1835

(From the Sydney Herald.) The spirit of Reform has visited the infant Co- lony of Swan River, and the Emigrant Colonists ut that Settlement fuel some reluctance to pay duties which are not accounted for by the publica- tion of a yearly balance-sheet for the public ledger. Tlie/ have been so entirely occupied in growing food for their establishments, that politics were neglected. The Governor received, and paid away, the public contributions, without any control The simplicity of the governed acquiesced in the pro- priety of the Governor's measures, and harmony prevailed; but some jobs smelling rank of favori- tism, and profusion having been detected, the spirit of enquiry was awakened, and a few bold men. with an independence characteristic of John Bull, demanded an explanation. Their attempts to rectify the existing abuses were termed " imper tient fi-a word which no " chip of the redoubta- ble block" will stomach-and a Public Meeting was the consequence. The Agricultural Society t...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 24 January 1835

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Lying in Gages' Roads -The Ellen (Govern- ment Schooner.) In Cockburn Sound, the Dart.

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QUARTER SESSIONS. Fremantle, January 1, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 24 January 1835

QUARTER SESSIONS. Fremantle, January 1, 1835. Before W. H. Mackie, Esq, Chairman, and a full Bench of Magistrates. Michael Farrell, under sentence in the Gaol at Fremantle, was charged with stealing a pistol from the premises of Mr. Richard Lewis. Pleaded guilty. Sentence, 7 years' transportation. George Pollock, a boatman, was charged with stealing two pair of shoes, the property of Mr. Cleland. Verdict-guilty. Sentence-3 Calen- dar months' imprisonment with hard labor. - Adron, a stone-mason, was placed at the bar, under a charge of Perjury. It appealed, that some time back, proceedings were instituted in the Civil Court by a person of the name of Cole, lo recover from Mr. Trigg the value oí certain stone quarried for building the Commissariat Store, which actiou was met by Mr. Trigg, and resisted, on the ground that the contract had been broken, by Cole's not supplying him with stone as fast as required. To subvert Mr. Triggs ground ol' de- fence, the prisoner Adron, who was work...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 24 January 1835

GOODS ON SALE AT THE STORES OF THE UNDERSIGNED. CAPE MADEIRA ; Sweet Mus- catel ; Brandy, Rum and Gin ; Vinegar ; Irish Beef and Pork ; Cheese and Butter; Bacon, Hands and Hams ; Negrohead Tobacco ; Tobacco Pipes ; Mould and Dip Candles ; Dried Fruits in great variety ; Carraway Seeds ; Walnuts and Almonds ; Caravancers ; Rice and Sugar ; Green and Black Tea ; Sago ; Potatoes and Onions ; English Soap ; Starch and Blue ; Pepper and other Spices ; Pickles and Fish Sauce ; Hops ; Segars ; Shot ; Gun Flints ; Glue ; Men's Shoes (various sorts) ; Nailed Boots ; Wellington and Blucher Ditto ; Ladies' Shoes in kid, prunella, Denmark satin, and black and white satin ; Children's Shoes of ali descrip- tions ; Printed Calicoes ; White and colored Ditto ; Merinos ; Green Gauze for musquits, curtains, &c, &c, ; Grecian and Bobbin Nets ; Laces of all descriptions ; Clothes' Brushes ; Cap, Bonnet and Shoe Ribbons ; Wafers, Penknives, Copy and Spelling Books; Women's Black and Whi...

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MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 24 January 1835

MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. Bacon, per Ib., Hams, ditto, Is. Sd. Butter, (salt), Is. Gd. Bread, 4ibloaf, 2s. 2d Beef, (salt), per ib.,(yd. (fresh), Is. Qd. Mutton, per lb., Is: ed. Kangaroo, per lb., 10c?. Fork, (fresh), per ib., is. 3d. (salt), Sd. Cheese, Sydney, per lb., ditto, English, Coffee, per lb., 2s. Eggs, per doz., 3s. Milk, per quart, 8c?. Fowls, each 3 a Wild-fowl-pigeon, 9d; duck, 2s ; teal, Is ; swan, 6 a 8s Dried fruits, per lb., 14d. Raisins, per lb., lid. Oil, per gallon, 10s. Bice, per lb., Wine, Cape, per gallon, 4s. 6d Ruin, ditto, 14s Brandy, ditto, 16« Gin, ditto, 16"s. Sugar, per lb., 7c?. Tea, per lb., 8s. 6d. Potatoes, per lb , 6d. Cababges, eacb, 3d» Flour, per lb., 6d. Wheat, per bushel, 15s. Hay, per ton, £10. Soap per lb., Is. Starch, per 11»., 4s. 6c?. Tobacco, per lb.,* 2s. Vinegar, pei gallon, 5s. Guupowdei, per lb., 6s. Shot Ale and porter, per doe. 15s. EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, BY CHARLES MACFAULL, At the Gazette Of^'ce, Perth. Terms of Subscript...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 24 January 1835

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1835. His Excellency the Governor has been seriously indisposed for the last fortnight, which has delayed the de- parture of the Government Schooner " Ellen " for King George's Sound. We are happy to find that His Excellency is so far recovered, as to admit of a time being fixed for the sailing of the " Ellen," —we believe early on Tuesday morning. The Governor and suite, it is expected, will embark on Monday evening. Flour in the market still continues at 6d. per lb., and has maintained that price for the last four months, notwith- standing our recent harvest, and the corrective system adopted by the Go- vernment. How this price has been kept up, it may be interesting to know. In September last the market was reduced io the lowest ebb-so low, that it was considered advisable to issue a Government Notice, calling upon the public to exercise the strictest economy ; and those who had been provident or fortunate enough to lay up a s...

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WRECK OF THE "EDWARD LOM[?]E." (From the "SYDNEY HERALD.") [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 24 January 1835

WRECK OF THE " EDWARD LOMBE.'' (From the "Sydney Herald.") We are under the painful necessity of recording a melancholy event, the first of the kind that has occurred in the Harbour of Port Jackson,—the total wreck of the ship Edward Lombe, which happened on the night of Monday last, (August 25th,) during a heavy gale from the South-east. Since the catastrophe of the Ann Jamison, we know of no circumstance that has caused so much excitement, both on account of the loss of twelve of our fellow men, (some of whom are respectably connected in New South Wales,) and also for the destruction of property. The following particulars may be depended upon for their authenticity, hav- ing received the account from the mouths of those who knew too truly the whole of the melancholy tale,—the persons saved from the wreck, On Saturday, the 17th August, the Edward   Lombe, Captain Stroyan, of 370 tons, sailed from Hobart Town to Sydney, having on board a quantity of Spirits, Ale, Salt, ...

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MAGISTRATE'S COURT, PERTH, Tuesday, January 20, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 24 January 1835

MAGISTRATE'S CODRT, PERTH, Tuesday, January 20, 1835. Before W. H. Mackie, Esq., and the Rev. J. B. Wittenoom, Justices of the Peace. Thomas Martin, stood charged with breaking and entering the dwelling house of Mr. Bayley M ay cock, at Perth, and stealing certain silver monies. Bayley Maycock, of Perth, builder, deposed, | that he left his house on Sunday evening last about 6 o'clock, and was absent until about half «past 9, When he returned he found the back window open. The doors and windows were all fastened when he left home. He missed a black japanned tin cash box, containing several five-shilling pieces, seveial shillings and sixpences, and about a shilling's worth of halfpence. He also missed a watch, which, when he left the house, was lying on the table The cash- box, with the watch in it, was returned in the morning, by Williams, Mr. Trigg's bullock driver, and he said he had picked it up in the yard near the house. The prisoner had been frequently seen at Pattison's publi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 24 January 1835

PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency JAMES STIRLING, Knight, Captain in the Royal Navy, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Western Australia and its Dependencies, and Vice- Admiral of the same. WHEREAS His Majesty has been graciously pleased, by Letters Patent, under the Great Seal of the High Court of Admiralty of England, bearing date the twenty-lourth day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty-one, to constitute Courts of Vice Admiralty in this Colony :—NOW, THERFORE, I, the GOVERNOR, in furtherance of the objects of the said Letters Patent, and in pur- suance of the power thereby in me vested for that purpose, do hereby notify that I have deputed WILLIAM HENRY MACKIE, of Perth, in this said Colony, Esquire, to be (during my pleasure only) my Deputy in the Criminal and Civil Jurisdiction of my Office of Vice- Admiral of this Colony and its Depen- dencies, and the Maritime parts of the same and thereto adjoining, according to the Powers...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 31 January 1835

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. On Tuesday, the 27th instant, the Government Schooner Ellen, Captain Toby, for Port Augusta and King George's "ound, conveying His Excel- lency Sir James Stirling, accompanied by W. H. Mackie, Esq., Commissioner; Honorable J. S. Roe, Esq., Surveyor General ; Rev. J. B. Witte- noom, Colonial Chaplain ; und DA.C.G. Lewis, on a tour of inspection to the out-ports. Lying in Gages' Roads.-The Dart. The Mail per Dart mil be closed on Tuesday.

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 31 January 1835

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ' JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1S35. J His ExcELLf xcy the Governor, and I suite, embarked uu hoard the Govern j nient schooner «" j^iiou " on Tuesday ! morning, when the vessel immediately ? got under weigh ; but the wind not being (favorable, she anchored in Cockburn j Sound, and went out at day-break the j following morning. I The gentlemen who volunteered to explore the country to the ¡southward, in the neighbourhood of the Hotham, in I company with * party with an out-fit | from tlie Government, under the direc- tion of Mr. Hillman, returned to Perth on Monday last,-and a more satisfactory result could not have been anticipated or desired. But one opinion is entertained of the character of the country, and the description given of it is flattering in the extreme, and, emulating from gentle- men of practical experience, well ac- quainted with other portions of the Colony which have hitherto been consi- dered our most favored districts, we can bnt place i...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 31 January 1835

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE next Quarterly Meeting of this Society, will be held at the Cleikum Inn, West Guildford, on Fri- day, the 7th February, Ht 11 for 12 o* Clock, on which day the Secretary for the enduing half year will be elected. At this Meeting the names of all Members who shall not have paid the I Subscription due in June last, will be struck off the Kst of Members. W. Tanner, Honorary Secretary.

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To the Editor of "The Perth Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 31 January 1835

-oo To the Editor of " The Perth Gazette." Sir,-Having noticed a paragraph jn your last week's Paper,' that "1 had teen" in''treaty with the Government for a,charter to Sydney to' brin^ back Flour and] Wheat, but'that" owing to my terms being too high', the negotiation was at an end,"-I beg that, in justiceto'lh'e,'you will con- tradict thi» statement in your next, the vessel only | having been offered, but no terms mentioned. I am, Sir, " ' Your obedient 'Servant; ? H: T. SHELDON. Brig Dart, Gages' Roads, j January 29.

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To the Editor of the "Perth Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 31 January 1835

To the Editor of the " Perth Gazette." Sir,-J have seen many publications detailing the different modes of making wine in use in various countries ; but the simple process adopted in the wine districts of the Italian Appennines, where 1 have resided for more than twenty years, I have never aeen described in print. If you should think the following information of sufficient interest, I shall feel gratified by your inserting it. Your obliged Servant, ENRICO ARETINO. Dec. 18th. The choice of the Grapes.-Some peculiar grapes are fitted by nature for making good wine, but there are others of which some possess merely a fine rich flavour but are deficient either in sac- charine matter or in quantity of juice, the former diminishing the body or quantity of alcohol, and the latter rendering the manufacture less profitable. Fortunately, however, there are other grapes either exceedingly sweet, or having abundance of juice, without flavour-examples, the Atteatico grape has high flavour and ex...

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