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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 March 1866

THE undersigned herehy gives notice to the tenants on those lands formerly the property of the late Sir James Stirling, comprised in location No. 26 adjoining the townsite of Bun- bury, and No. 41 known as the Ribbon Grant, that all rents falling due from and after the 31st March, 1865, must he paid to him onaccountofthe Messrs. Mangles, the present proprietors. ROBERT KING. Fremantle, W.A., March 8, 1866. NOTICE is hereby given that the Trustees and Executors appointed under the Will of the late Sir James Stirling, have transmitted a power of Attorney to the undersigned to collect and receive all rents and monies due to the Estate of the deceased. And unless persons indebted to the above Estate pay all arrears forthwith proceedings will be commenced to re- cover the amounts. ROBERT KING, Attorney for the Executors. Fremantle, W.A. March 8,1866. TENDERS in duplicate, willbe received by the undersigned, up to Saturday, April 14th, 1866, for the erection of a PULPIT and of a READING D...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 March 1866

To the Editor of the Perth Gazette Sç W. A. Times. SIR,-I have no doubt that not only the friends of the Rev. C. Clay, but the public generally would have been gratified at. a satis- factory refu ation of the charge brought against him by Mr. F. Morrell, one of the Churchwardens of Northam. When a Clergyman loses the esteem of the respected portion of his parishoners it is not only grievous to his friends but hurtful to the feelings of every true Christian. I should have rejoiced in seeing a manly and straight forward denial of the charge, but what idea does the Bev. Gentleman's explanations convey ? certainty, most unsatisfactorily ; to me they appear a mere evasion of facts ; what can be more puerile than " that my servant told me, that somebody else ? had toîd her, that he or she had heard from somebody else," it strongly resembles the old story of the black crow. The Rev. C. Clay's reply however involves a graver charge, which absence of miud, or a very deficient memory can scar...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 March 1866

ENGLAND, TIA BOMBAT. THE Clipper Ship DA YLIGHT, Heney C. Pearge, commander, _will sail for Bombay about the first week ki April. Parties desirous to go to England will find this the quickest and cheapest opportunity ever offered, as they can go by Steamer from Bombay, and reach England in about 7 days. The flailing qualities and passenger's accom- modation of the Daylight are too well known to require any remark. For passage, &c, apply to G. SHENTON, Perth; C. A. MANNING, Fremantle. For the New Zealand Gold Diggii ings. THE fine brig "ANN SANDERSON," expected very shortly from _China, will proceed #on to New Zealand. Intending passengers will please apply at once to have their names registered. BICKLEY & CO. Fremantle, Feb. 15,1866. NOTICE. THE fine fast-sailing schooner yacht CLARENCE PACKET, _having been purchased by the undersigned, will be confined exclusively to the COASTING TRADE, and will ply regularly between Champion Bay. Fremantle, Bunbury, Vasse, and Quin...

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Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. "Be just and fear not; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."—Shakspeare. FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 March 1866

I*rt& e'WÜt # m. %. Bim«. " Be just and fear not j Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, t Thy God's, and truth's."-Slialcspeare. T FrIdAïTmâRCH^O, 1866. t It is now some l8 months since when we first urged upon the consideration of our ¡stock-owners and the government, the necessity of some more effectual provision being made for eradication of the scab disease from the flocks of this colony, pointing out how great the loss must be from its ravages, to the community as well as the individual owner, and the drawback its unchecked existence is to the colony in the eyes of our Eastern neighboi s. Unchecked we say, because it is notorious that the Ordinance in force against Scab is utterly inoperative, and probably has not in a single instance been instrumental in even assisting in the pre- vention of the spread of infection from one flock to another, and simply because its being put in operation depended upon men taking upon themselves the odious office of becoming...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 March 1866

TENDERS in duplicate, will be re- ceived at the Commissariat' Office, Perth, until noon on SATURDAY, the 14th April next, for the supply of Gro- ceries, and other articles of general use, for retail to the Enrolled Pensioners in the Canteen at the Perth Barracks, from the 1st of May till the 31st of December, 1866. .A. list of the articles to be supplied, and the quantities likely to be required each month, may be seen at the Commis- sariat Office, where the conditions to be observed will be exhibited; and all neces- sary information, not given in the con- ditions may be had on application to Col. Bruce. Colonel Bruce will accept the whole, or such portion only of a tender or tenders as may appear most advantageous to the service, but he does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any tender. J.W.BOVELL, Deputy Commissary General. Perth, 22nd March, 1866. /PENDERS will be received on MON X DAY, the 2nd April, until 12 o'clock, at the Commissariat office, Perth, for mundry fittings...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 March 1866

To the Editor of the Perth Gazette of W. A. Times. SIR,-Having read the letter which appeared in your Journal last week signed by the Rev. C. Clay, and knowing that your paper has a wide   circulation, we cannot allow it to pass without a few remarks from us, who are the nearest relations to the late John Giblett. We are sorry to be obliged to contradict the Rev. Gentleman's statement, but we are obliged to do so to tell the truth.   The Rev. C. Clay called upon Mr. Throssell very early on Monday morning, and asked, him to do his duty at the Funeral of Mr. Giblett, proving at once he was perfectly aware of his death, and what painful regret could that gentleman have felt who had made such arrangements previous to leaving Northam ? And we also state that the Sexton was in- formed of our father's death on Sunday evening. These are are facts which we can prove, and we shall feel greatly obliged if you will allow us a small space in your invaluable Journal, tha...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 6 April 1866

H. W. I. GILLMAN, General Storekeeper, PEODUCE MERCHANT, AND WATERFORD STORES, SUNBURY, WESTERN AUSTRALIA. ESTABLISHED IN 1868.

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PIGS AND PIG FARMS. (From the Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 6 April 1866

PIGS AND Pia FARMS. (From the Australasian.) There is no need to say much about the profit of keeping pigs. Every one knows that, as a matter of course, the pig is not only, as with the Irishmen, the " cratur that pays the rent," and is therefore entitled to sleep in the hut, have " lashings " of potato parings, and "clean out the pot," but is all over Western Europe the poor man's best re- source, the creature that turns into fat and flesh what would be otherwise lost, and having thus absoz'bed the refuse is at once convertible into cash. But we very considerably doubt whether many of our agricultural readers in any of the colonies are up to the change that has been going on for the last ten years among the British agriculturists in the way of deal- ing with swine on a very large scale. The change is only about a dozen years ago. Till about 1853 it was an esta- blished rule in farming, that to rear pigs profitably it could only be done on a small seale-that is to say, that so far a...

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NOTES ON THE CHEMISTRY OF HUSBANDRY. No. II. [From the Australasian.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 6 April 1866

NOTES ON THE CHEMISTRY OF HUSBANDRY. No. LT. [From the Australasian.] "We have presented to our readers' imagination a diagram of the earth with its liquid and gaseous mantles rolling in space, and fed from the sun with forces essential to the support of its daily life. We propose now to pay some attention to the question of the foundational struc- ture of the globe itself. It had better be confessed at starting that, notwithstanding the conjectures which have been advanced by geologists, our real knowledge of the foundational architecture and of the internal compo- sition of the mass of our globe is remark- ably limited. We know something of its outer form, and something of the com- position of the crust, but of the great interior mass we know little. With the pendulum we can measure its contour, and even obtain results which concern its density. The barometer enables us to find the height of mountains, and with deep-sea sounding apparatus we can plumb the ocean, and bring up sampl...

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SEED GRAIN. No. II. (Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 6 April 1866

SEED GRAIN. No. H. (Australasian.) In resuming this subject we shall speak of many everyday operations, the carrying out of which has been of course known by hundreds of our readers. We do not presume to offer them instruction, but the innumerable queries which are almost daily poured in upon us, and those of the most simple character, upon sub- jects connected with agriculture, oblige us to be more prolix than our practical readers may relish. It is for the sake of those who have so recently rusticated -that we enter into such trivial details. Like many other professions, farm- ing demands a special aptitude on the part of those who pursue it, and with the aptitude, industry and energy are indis- pensable. The nearer we approximate in our cul- tivation of wheat to the system pursued ?bythemo8t successful growers of this ; grain in the mother country and in America <tiie better, The fact is, we have tob great facilities for carrying on agricultural operations in this colo...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 6 April 1866

Cowspnbme. To the Editor of tlie Perth Gazette Sç W. A. Times. SIB,-An error has crept into your last issue about the horse " Star of the South." Mr. Little never sold or had any interest in that horse, which was disposed of by me to the Messrs. Brown, a§ Agent for the Esecutsrs of the late Mv. C. li. Prinsep. I shall feel obliged by your inserting the above in your next paper. Tours, &c, W. B. Mitchell. Perth, April 3, 1866.

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 6 April 1866

To the Editor of the Perth Gazette ¡Ç W. A. Times. Me. Editob,-However diverse the opinion» and wishes of the Federals and Confederates might be during the continuing of the late fratricidal war in America, on one point at least they were unanimous, that for every great victory a day of thanksgiving should be ap- pointed, when all might thank publicly the God of Battles for their success, and after a period of defeats or reverses a day of humiliation should be appointed when all might implore the favor of Almighty God. Something similar to this has been the prac- tice in our Mother Country (old England), more especially in seasons of drought or siukuess, suchas theCholora; and more recently the same course has been adopted in the Sister Colonies where, I believe, the Governments ap- pointed a day of Prayer that God might put an end to the frightful drought which was dech mating their flocks and herds, and was bringing wide-spread ruin on the most wealrhy and in- fluential inj the la...

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W. A. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 6 April 1866

W. A. RACES. The entries for the several stakes to be run for on Tuesday and Wednesday next, were made on Monday last, and resulted in a larger number for each race thau there has been for several years past, and promise an amount of sport such as we have long been strangers to. Mr. F. Roe's mare Fanny, which was expected to put in a good appearance in the front for more than one stake, unfortunately fell lame last week, and was obliged to be put out of training. The following are the entries : MAIDEN PLATE. Mr. T. Wilding's g. g. Young SiirlUg, 6 yrs., Sst. 131bs., E. Dudley, blue andred.Mr. W. B. Mitchell's ch. m. Killy, aged, 8st. 131bs., J. Hackett, red and green jkt. and red and green cap.Mr. F. B. Guerin's g. g. Malakoff, aged, 8st. 13lbs., Whinny, blue and red.Mr. D. O'Grady's ch. m. Lady Clare, 6 yrs., 8st. 13ibs., Albert.Mr. S. P. Phillips' br. m. AnnieLaurie, aged, 8st. 131bs., Beattie, yellow and pink. TOWN PLATE. Messrs. K. & A. Brown's ch. h. Glengarry, aged, lU...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 6 April 1866

mENDERS in duplicate, will be re X ceived at the Commissariat Office, Perth, until noon on SATURDAY, the 14th April next, for the supply of Gro- ceries, and other articles of general use, for retail to the Enrolled Pensioners in the Canteen at the Perth Barracks, from the 1st of May till the 31st of December, 1866. A list of the articles to be supplied, and the quantities likely to be required each month, may be seen at the Commis- sariat Office, where the conditions to be observed will be exhibited ; and all neces Bary information, not given in the con- ditions may be had on application to Col. Bruce. Colonel Bruce will accept the whole, or such portion only of a tender or tenders as may appear most advantageous to the service, but he does not bind himself to Accept the lowest or any tender. J. W. BOVELL, Deputy Commissary General. Perth, 22nd March, 1866. Fittings at the Pensioner Barracks. THE Tenders received for this Service, in answer to Advertisement of 28th March, are not sa...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 6 April 1866

DEATH         COLE.-At Albany, King George's Sound, on the 19th March, Mr. Henry Laroche Cole, aged 57 years. Mr. Cole was one of the first settlers, having arrived in the colony in the year 1829, in the ship Marquis of Anglesea.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 6 April 1866

STRAYED STOCK. STRAYED a. brown mare, about 7 years old, bred by Mr. Henry Walton, St. Alban's, near York, branded near side under saddle HW» (blotched), also believed to bear the brand of Mr. S. Craig, 0 in diamond, on near shoulder, supposed to be now running at Marjekine or on the river Mackay. When last seen had on a small bell with chain and padlock. Also, a black filly, about 2 years old, branded A OD near ribs, small white spot on nose, supposed to be running with the above mare, Any person delivering the above to the. undersigned^ or giving such information as shall enable him to recover them, will be fcbfcraíljur;ewarded, . », - '. : V ^ JAMES EVERETT, foodyïy, aOtU March, 1866V BROUGHT in from the run of the undersigned, the following horses: 1 black mare, with a foal by her side, small star in forehead, branded on the near side under saddle SfJ, about 6 years old, and about 15 hands high. 1 black mare, with a foal by her side, white blaze in the face, white spot on the ne...

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Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. "Be just and fear not; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."—Shakspeare. FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1866. TOODYAY, NORTHAM, AND VICTORIA PLAINS AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 6 April 1866

Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's." - Shakspeare. FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1866. TOODYAY, NORTHAM, AND VICTORIA PLAINS AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. In another column will be found the proceedings at a Meeting of the above Society held at New- castle on Wednesday, the 28th ultimo, for the purpose of considering the best measures to be suggested to the Government for the prevention of Scab in Sheep. All the settlers in the neigh- borhood of Newcastle interested in this very im- portant subject were present, on this oceasion, and the Meeting generally was well attended. Mr. Phillips, of Culham, Mr. J. Steere, of the Blackwood District, and Mr. L. C. Burges, of the Irwin, Victoria District, and Mr. L. S. Leake, of Perth, were present. Mr. Phillips was unanimously called to the Chair, and the business of the Meeting commenced, the an   nounced resolutions being the result. It is with much p...

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SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. [Before His Honor Chief Jnstice Burt.] WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 6 April 1866

SUPREME COUKT-CRIMINAL SIDE. [Before His Honor Chief Jnstice Burt.] Wednesday, Apeil 4. William Targeit, expirée, charged with , arson, in setting fire to certain wheat in a field j at the Vasse, the property of W. F.*Seymour.' James Forrest, police constable at the Vasse. -About 10th March, from information re- ceived I went to Punjerup a place belonging'to Mr. Seymour. On going along I looked about and saw no signs of fire until I got close to the field ; before going into the field I went round it, and saw several places where attempts "had been made to set fire to the standing cora ; on going into the corn I saw several similar signs, and in the stubble I found attempts had also been made to fire the »hooks of cut corn ; six- teen or seventeen shooks had been burned and the standing corn on the side of the hill. The bush fence had been burned, blackboy rushes and grass having been put with it to help it to» burn. I could find no signs of any bush-fire having communicated with th...

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THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 6 April 1866

THE SOUTHERN DISTPUICTS. The following report of a recent trip through the country upon the Blackwood and Warren Eivers, handed to us by the Colonial Secretary, contains much interesting information upon a district until of late so unnaccountably ne- glected, but which evidently possesses capa- bilities which must in time bring it into con- siderable importance for pastoral purposes : Resident Magistrate's Office, Busselton, 26th March, 1866. Sib,-I have the honour to report for His Excellency's information, that in conjunction with Messrs. J. Manning and T. C. Carey, I proceeded to the southward, for the purpose of fixing the site of a bridge over the Warren Uiver, and for the more important intention of finding a passable road from the Blackwood Bridge to the site selected at the Warren River, thus immediately connecting these important districts. On the 27th we arrived at the lower Black- wood Bridge, via the new line And St. John's Brook ; from this locality we followed the cart...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 6 April 1866

To the Editor of the Perth Gazette $ W. A. Times. SIR,-I beg to forward a list of the probable winners at the forthcoming races. Maiden Plate-Malakoff. Town Plate-Glengarry. Publicans' Purse-Scrambler. Ladies' Purse-Madame Rarey. Volunteer Plate-Malakoff. Settlers' Stakes-Madame Rurey. Queen's Plate-Young Sterling. Consolation-Holy Bob. Hack Race-Mon Sequitur. I am, Sir, Your obedient servant. WATER-CRESS. Guildford, April 5,1866.

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