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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 November 1864

Now Landing from the "DlYLIGH T," DRAPERY, MILLINERY, and HA- BERDASHERY. MEN'S, YOUTH'S, LADIES', and GIRLS' HATS, IN VARIETY. MEN'S CHECK SHIRTS, and MOLE and COTTON CORD TROUSERS. GROCERIES. CHEDDER and DUTCH CHEESE. OILMAN'S'STORES. PERFUMERY. SEWING and ROPING TWINE. BIRD SEED; CART BOXES. GUNS, GUNPOWDER, and GUN CAPS. NEGROHEAD TOBACCO. HENRY SAW. Perth & Guildford, Nov. 8,1864. NOTICE BROUGHT in from the run of the undersigned a Black Horse, either an entire or a rig, branded with some- thing like J on near shoulder, star on forehead, 2 years old, 15 hands 2 inches high. If not claimed within the time allowed by law he will be sold to defray expenses. K. A. & M. BROWN. Glengarry, Nov. 10,1864. a£5 REWARD. THE above reward will be given to any person or persons who will give sufficient evidence to convict such person or persons who, on the 24th or 25th of October, did rob and set fire to my shep- herd's hut, leaving him at the time totally destitute of food an...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 November 1864

tSftrtisptea. To toe Editor of the Pmih Gateüe ¡¡W.A. Times. SIR,~In this day's Inquirer ef Commercial News you will no doubt reao^copies of a lengthy correspondence between the Local Government and myself, in référença to a demand'I made to have some masbinery for use of the Fortune Copper Mine, made in the Convict Establish- ment omitby, as 8olomon Cook could not per- form the work. The Jssuiacal heading, of the copy of this cor- respondence is, in part with the rest of the Governor's treatment to me in this matter, and using «ha words in the Colonial Secretary's let- ter of the 7th Nov., altogether unworthy of ypssamne the fbliiwtipn of these lines will not beayposul to vour festtags, if so, give it ia yonr *?*»** an adrar« ta>sv.8jr., Wabadfrnt Mrvanft» ?»-T"m+. tofli rremantUW. Ju. fTpfTi*, 1864, I*

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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RO[?]UCK BAY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 November 1864

BOBBTJX?K BAT ASSOClAttOH. « v V - \ The ProvMonal Directors dt this Company have issued the following Bjtpert to the share- holders: GaKTUOfB«,--The Provisioiial?ommittee of tis» Boebuck Pastoral and Afriomtturai Asso* «nation, Limited, f ladly avail thsmselvee of tmsftfae nrH,opportunity which has offered of ousting tiie shareholders, of furnishing them } with an aooosmt of their proceedings, and of ¡ snrfsndering-ittto their hands the powers which l they nave hitherto exercised. Instrumental as they were in forming the Association, they necessarily had to undertake the management until the requisite legal steps i were taken to enable the shareholders to appoint their own executive officers. In performing these self imposed duties they need scarcely state that they have been influenced sorely by a desire to promote the interests of the Association in which they themselves are shareholders to a considerable amount. They trust that their course of action will meet with the approbati...

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Mining Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 November 1864

tilling ïtttrfU#etttt. In our fourth page will be found a report of the Second Annual Meeting in London, of the 1 Wheal Fortune Company. In addition to the , quantity of ore mentioned in that Report as having been shipped, Mr. Samson, the Colonial , Manager, has shipped the following quantities: i Dispatch, via Hongkong, 150 tons copper ore ; j Kestrel via Adelaide, 108 tons copper; Sea ' Ripple, via Adelaide 71 tons copper ; Ziska, via Hongkong, 120 tons lead ; Zephyr, to London, 190 tons lead ; total-329 tons copper, and 310 tons lead ore. The Daylight is engaged to take , as much as she has room for, GWALLA.. | We understand that the ownership of this , valuable property, changes hands on the 1st I January next, Mr. G. Shenton being the pur 1 chaser, who will then be the proprietor of, , probably, the two richest known mines in the ' colony-the " Yanganooka" and the " Gwalla." ' Mr. Shenton has, we believe, some idea of es ' tablishing smelting works within about two j miles of t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 November 1864

TPoi? i&ïfàpiî M^éèt!; To Sail abolit the 10th January, 1865. TH S beautiful Clipper Ship DAYLIGHT; buUt by Messrs. James Laing; _>,<>^Stt<lierland, tinder Lloyd's; survey and classed .A I for 13* years, .620 tons Register, Henry Charles) Pearce, Commander, (late of the Tartar ttà Robert Morrison.) ? This Ship has very superio^^gommo dation for Passengers, the PooT beiagj¿ constructed on the Iron Frame principle,1 by Messrs. Maclrie & Brodie, of London, under the immediate superintendence of the managing owner. ] For freight or passage apply to C. A. MANNING, Fremantle, .Or G. SHENTON, Perth. i Fremantle, Oct. 31, .1864. , FIBST WOOL SHIP FOR LONDON! mi 1HE splendid clipper barque ZEPHYR, .Al, 12 years, EDMUND EL _pLiOTT, commander,-for London direct, having the whole of her cargo en- gaged, and now loading, witt havejquick ' dispatch. This highly-classed vessel is expected to make a fast passage. Has good accommodation for passengers. For...

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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, NOVEMBER 25, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 November 1864

  PERTH GAZETTE & WA T " 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, NOVEMBER 25,1864. BUNBURY.-The public are likely to hear soon of a case of arbitrary tyranny practised here which is singular even in this colony, where magistrates and policemen, (no doubt from ignorance of the laws) sometimes do the most extraordinary acts. A man named Wil- liam Procter, a small farmer, being indebted to a Storekeeper at Bunbury, the latter sued him te the debt (about ?60) in the District Court, obtained judgment on March 9th, and then, on the plea that the debtor was about to run away, procured a warrant from the Resident Magistrate for his arrest. The man was accor- dingly arrested early on March 11th, whilst in bed in his own house, some 20 miles from Bun- bury and committed to the Lock-up at Bun- burre he has remained ever since! He is said to be confined in one of the cells ; and it is believed h...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 November 1864

&YiWn fftteUifesrt. ABBIVALS. November lB-T-Tw» Tsw, 254 tons. Captain Jarman, from Melbourne DBPAETÜRES. November 17.--Favorite, 46 tons, Lakey, master, for Champion Bay. Cargo-11 cases, 1 qr.-cask gin, 5 qr.-casks and la cases brandy, (ander bond), 6 qr.-casks wine, 6 casks beer, 21,088 shingles, 3176 feet timber, 23 planks, 15 bags potatoes, and 137 pkgs. sundries. 19.-Lee Trais Amis, 44 tons, Oreen, master, !&r Champion Bay. Passengers-Messrs. jGreen, Harford, Rogers, Vincent, Mcintosh, Cargo-7 qr.-casks gin (under bond), 459 pieces timber, 288 bags sugar, 17 casks beef, 8000 shingles, and sundries. Same day.-Arabian, 24 tons. Hannam, master, for Bunbury and Vasse. Cargo-1 qr.-cask gin (under bond), 36 bags flour, 21 castra beer, 8 bags sugar, and sundries. 23.-Daylight, 629 tons, captain Pearce, for Champion Bay with part of original cargo from London. Passengers from Fremantle-Rev. G. Howard and family (6), Messrs. Or. Shenton, W. Shenton, JJ. Shenton, DO. Hill...

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Summary for the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 November 1864

Summary for the Mail. THE intelligence received by the Sep- e ¿ember English Mail, through private sources, that we may expect to hear by the ensuing Mail, of a definite period being named at the conclusion of which Transportation to this colony will finally cease, has not created that sensation which might have been expected ; in fact the system has been tottering so long, has been so vigorously pecked at by our neighbors, and the uncertainty of its con- tinuation, together with a growing feel- ing among the settlers of dissatisfaction as to the amount of protection afforded them-the manner in which the convicts have been employed-and distrust as to their moral effect upon the future of the colony, that a sense of relief will, we believe, be generally felt, when the ques- tion is finally decided. As to the effect of the cessation of Transportation, and the consequent gradual diminution of Imperial expenditure, the recent disco- veries of fresh country, together with the brightening...

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FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 November 1864

FREMANTLE. (From ùur own Correspondent.) * On Friday, the 18th instant, the number of 8i vessels anchored in our Hoads was increased to f0 five, by the arrival of the Tien Tsin from Mel- j D) bourne after a passage of 17 days ; during the voyage up a Chinaman who was acting as 'cook or steward, jumped overboard whilst in a state of mental aberration, brought on by the use, or rather abuse, of opium, that pernicious drug so much in use amongst that nation. Every effort was made to save the unfortunate man but without success; instead of availing him- self of the life buoys thrown near him, he avoided them by swimming away ; a boat was lowered but it was too late to render any assist- ance, the poor fellow having disappeared before they could get near him. On Monday morning our town was thrown into a state of excitement, by the report of a most horrible attempt at murder and suicide, committed by a t.l. named Coghill, carrying on business as a hair-dresser and barber, in High street. ...

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MR. HUNT'S EXPLORING EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 November 1864

ME. HUNT'S EXPLOBINQ ! EXPEDITION. Journal of an Expedition organised under the Patronage of H. E. the Governor, by the Agricul- tural Society of the York District, for the purpose of exploring the country to the eastward of that dis- trict, and placed under my command. N.B.-The Camps noted are only those at which the whole party were present. By the united efforts of the York Agricul- tural Society and the Members of the Explora- tion Committee, with the assistance of the Local Government, the organisation and equipment of the party being completed ou the 9th July, 1864, we were enabled to leave York, taking our de- parture from the farm of Mr. S. S. Parker, who had kindly placed his premises at the disposal of the Expedition. The party consisted of: 0. C. Hunt, leader, John Seabrook, John Cowan, Richard Eaton, - Edwards, Police Constable, and na- tives Cowitch and Mendal with their equipment -twenty-three horses, and rations for twenty two weeks. On leaving York, we proceeded, acc...

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FORTUNE COPPER MINING COMPANY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA (LIMITED). [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 November 1864

FORTUNE COPPER MINING COMPANY OF WÊSTERN AUSTRALIA (LIMITED). The second annual general meeting of share holders was held at the offices of the company, - Gracechurch-street, on Wednesday, 21st Sept. 1864. MR. THOMAS GOOCH in the chair.     Mr. R NICHOLAS (the secretary) read the 'notice convening the meeting. The report of the directors stated that 1571. -12s.8d. had been expended in the purchase of ' land, which consists of three town lots at the port of Geraldton, Champion Bay, suitable for the erection of stores; and also two mineral sections (about 170 acres), adjoining the mine,   which, on the recommendation of Capt. Penber- thy, were purchased from the Government, and     from the last advices received, appears likely   to prove a valuable acquisition, as a shaft had   been commenced on one of the sections, and -the lode is described as very promising. The ores sold consist of 458 tons...

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FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 December 1864

FREMANTLE. ] (From our own Correspondent.) I wound up my last with a promise to for- ward you an account of our Volunteer doings on Thursday, and I will now redeem it by in- forming you that 11 o'clock a.m. saw about 50 redcoats assembled under arms at the top of High Street ; "fall in,"-the first order of the day being given, the company were told off into fours and marched to the parade ground, where they were soon after reinforced by the arrival of the enrolled force, commanded by Capt. Finnerty ; after being put through a few minor movsments the combined forces were brought up in a line, and the Volunteers told off as a color division, the ceremony of trooping the colors was then gone through, which being concluded the companies were told off into divi- sions, and put through the usual manouvres of a regular field day ; reformed in line, Captain Finnerty made a short address congratulating them upon the appointment of C, A. Manning, Esq., as commander of the Company ; he then tu...

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DESTITUTION IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 December 1864

DESTITUTION IN MELBOURNE. It is a common expression in England that there are no beggars in Australia. The new southern colonies are regarded as lands of plenty and prosperity, in which any honest, industrious man can obtain* by his labour a comfortable livelihood. Indeed many persons in the old country look upon .Victoria with her rich gold- fields as an El Dorado where the precious metal is to be obtained for the gathering. And yet at this moment we learn from the Melbourne papers that much and grievous destitution exists amongst a large portion of the community. Appeals are made to the benevolent for aid to relieve the necessities of the poor and suffering and only a few days ago a large and influential meeting was held, under the presidency of the Mayor, to consider the best mode of relieving the destitution existing to a great extent within the city and colony generally. At first sight it certainly seems strange that in a new colony like Victoria, with many undeve- loped resour...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 December 1864

COMMIS^AEUT. Annual Supplies. To commence on 1st April, 1866. PERSONS disposed to offer Tenders for Annual Supplies, are referred to the printed notice dated 1st November last, which may be seen at the Commissariat Offices at Perth, Fremantle and, Guild- ford, and also by application to the Offi- cers in charge of Convicts at out-stations, and they are requested to examine the notice carefully as it is the basis on which the contracts will be made. Jtfegrohead Tobacco is not specified in the notice, but tenders for it are invited from all stations except Perth and Fre- mantle. The Tenders (in duplicate) will be received until noon on THURS- DAY, the 15th instant. NOTE.-Tenderers are requested to write the nature of the Tenders on the envelope; endorse the envelope of the Tender, thus-" Tenders for Fresh Meat at Perth" or '. Tenders for General Sup- plies at York," or Bunbury, as the case may be. J. W. BOVELL, Deputy Commissary General. Commissariat, Western Australia, ") Perth, Dece...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 December 1864

BIRTH. AT Perth, on the 24th instant, the wife of MB. EMANUEL J. BARNETT, of a daughter. DEATH. AT York, on the 27th instant, MARY ANN, the beloved wife of Mr. JOSEPH KENWORTHY;   aged 46. Most deeply lamented, by her family.

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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, DECEMBER 2, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 December 1864

J<ri& emplit # m. % 8ira*s. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-SJiakspeare. FKJJDA^TÏÎEC^MBER^86Ï MR. HUNT'S Journal has doubtless been read with much interest by stockowners in the Eastern districts, and many a con- troversy has probably arisen as to whether the country he describes as existing at his easternmost point, will prove to become of use to them. We scarcely think, how- ever, the Journal gives a fair idea as to the extent of the good country actually seen, which we gather from the explorer to have been thirty miles from north to south, and fifty from east to west. Mr. Hunt tells us that he had left the salt lake region behind when, east of the base of Mount Monger he first came upon the change of country ; it was then inter- sected by broken ranges of low hills which gradually disappeared, and when he had advanced some twenty-eight miles into it, there was nothing to intercept his vision f...

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QUEENSLAND AS IT IS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 December 1864

1 - 1 QUEENSLAND AS IT IS. The following description of Queens- land is extracted from a Iettter, written by Mr. J. Mackenzie Shaw, Acting Re- gistrar of the Supreme Court, Bris- bane :-? Much of the low-lying alluvial land along the banks of the rivers and creeks (as the branches of the rivers are here called) is wonderfully fertile ; in many parts it is densely overgrown with the rank, luxuriant, semi-tropical vegetation called here " scrub," where mighty trees tower high above the thick undergrowth of flowering and other shrubs ; climbing vines of many kinds, their stems often entwined like the strands of a rope, reaching from the ground to the lower branches of the nearest tree, round which they twine, commingling its foliage with their own, their wild luxuriant growth effectually excluding the sun's rays from reaching the ground beneath. Numbers of birds of brilliant plumage and strange cry are heard and, seen ; while clinging tothe stems and branches of the trees, the beautifu...

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RETURN OF THE "FLYING FOAM," FROM ROEBUCK BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 December 1864

BETURN OP THE "PLYING FOAM," PROM ROEBUCK BAY. The return of the Flying Foam from Roebuck Bay, has given us the very pleas- ing information of the safe arrival there of Messrs Panter, Harding, and Burges, and the remainder of the Assciation's per liminary party and the stock, after a quick trip of nine days from Fremantle. We have been favoured by the Secretary to the Association with Mr. Harding's Journal of events to the 19th October, from which we make the follow- ing extracts : OCTOBER 13.-Anchored at 12.30 a.m. in 7 fms. water, 10 miles from Cape Villaret ; at 5.50 beat up to the anchorage which we reached at 11.55 a.m. Cape Yillaret bearing S.W. in 4 fm ; landed at 2 p.m. with Mr. Panter, Mr. Burges, and three men, with tents and well-sinking tools ; found very little water in Martin's depot well, but on - sinking a fresh one alongside came to water at 9 feet from the surface. While sinking the well five unarmed natives paid us a visit. Mr. Burges returned to the vessel at nig...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 December 1864

Holloway's Pills and Ointment.-Diarr- hoea, Bowel complaints.-Whenever the stomach fails faithfully to perform its functions, indigestion is sure to be pro- duced, the issue of which is ever uncer- tain. The indigested food, after pass- ing through the sluggish stomach, irri- tates the bowels, and sets up diarrhoea, by which it is carried off, and the body is relieved for a time. Perhaps this is the least objectionable product of dis- ordered stomachs, though gradually it will pull down the strongest. To check the first symptoms nothing previously prescribed equals Holloway's Digestive Pills, aided by his Ointment, rubbed over the stomach and right side. Their action over stomach liver and bowels, is immediate, beneficial and lasting, restor- ing order and ease, and removing at one and the same time both the cause and the results of the diseases. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN TARIFF. TABLE OF DUTIES. Beer, Porter, Cider, and Perry, bottled and in wood, 4d. per gallon. Cigars and Snuff, 2s 6d p...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 December 1864

ter^mta*. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette êç W. A. Times. SIR,-As there is a great deal being written and said upon subjects which I conceive to be of the most vital impor- tance to the Colony, and as every one's opinion may count for something, I beg to trouble you with a few remarks upon one or two topics, which are being ar- gued publicly without, I am sorry to say, that politeness and good feeling which, should attend discussions of a grave na- ture. I regret very much to find that your contemporary the Inquirer answers Mr. Samson's letter in a spirit which no one can admire ; he twists and perverts the true meaning of that Gentleman's words, for the purpose solely, I must presume,, of making the writer appea r ridiculous, and he charges him with putting forth ideas and recommending a variety of plans which would disgrace the under- standing of a schoolboy. This style of meeting opinions is very undignified, and, at the same time unwise, and answers no other purpose than that...

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