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To the Editor, [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 March 1833

To the Editor, ¡Sir, In the report of the case ol' " Anderson v. Hall " in your paper of the 16th. Mrs. Hall's name is several times mentioned in a way that requires some explanation. You will please to recollect that any allusion to that lady at the hearing of the case, was mere assertion, without a shadow of proof on the part of the Plaintiffs agent, and was contradicted in the most unqalified way in the Court, by Mr. Hall who was present. I am requested to state, that Airs. Hall never had the money alluded to in her custody at all, or in any way whatever interfered in the transaction. Mr. Hall being now at the Murray river* I request that you will be so good as to give this insertion in your next number, in justice to the lady whose name lias been so made use of. I am sir, Your most obedient humble Servant. W. T. Graham. Fremantle, March 19, 1833. The general correctness of our report it appears is not questioned. As regards the omission of Mr. Hall's contradiction of the mere as...

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THE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 March 1833

THE MARKET. We have had this week again a supply of Lamb and Mutton, but the prices Is. fid. and is* £d. per lb. are still maintained. Poultry and Eggs are still scarce. Elour retail, 7d. per lb., the same as sold by public auction a few day's ago, at 4jd.. Bread 2s. per 41b. loaf. Soap ; for this article, from the scarcity, almost any price may be ob- tained. Candles 2s. per lb; Colonial Cheese 2s. 6d. Salt Butter Is. 9d. Coifee not to be had. Tea inferior Hyson 4 to 5s. Milk to the great scandal of the farmer, only to be had at Perth occasionally. We have heard it asserted, and we believe it to be a fact, that on some farms, up the Swan it is obsolutely wasted ; we would recommend some of our friends to turn their attention to supplying our wants ; winch we are convinced, would be as pro- fitable to them, as satisfactory to ourselves.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 March 1833

WANTED. A RUNNER, to convey the Mail from Perth to Fremantle, and back again, alternate days.- Apply ;. at the General Post-Office, Perth ; or, at the Post- Office, Fremantle. £% A Boatman regularly plying be- tween the two towns, provided he can ensure punctuality, may make an ar- rangement to his advantage.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 March 1833

GO VERNME NT Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, PERTH March 20th, 1833 TWENTY POUNDS REWARD. WHEREAS it has been represented to the Government, that on the morning of Thursday, the fourteenth day où March instant, three Stacks of Hay on the Farm of Mr. Wm. Shaw, on the upper Swan, were feloniously and maliciously set on ère and destroyed by some evil disposed Person or Persons unknown. His Honor the Lieutenant Governor for the better apprehending and bringing to justice the offenders concerned in this íelony bei ore îneiillcncd, is hereby pleas- ed to promise a Pardon for the said offence, to any one of them (except the Person who actually set fire to the said stacks) who shall discover his accomplice or ac- complices therein, so that he, she, or they may be apprehended and convicted thereof : And as a further encourage- ment a Reward of Twenty Pounds is hereby offered to any Person (except as aforesaid) who shall discover the said offender, or Offenders, so that he, she, or they ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 March 1833

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have only room for the following extracts from Mr. Lyons's reply to Mr. Brockman. " My letter instead of Woodbridge, should have been dated from Woodbridge Earm ,." this simple fact, we are of opinion is all the explanation required. We are puzzled to ktww, wliat epi- taph's, and reflections in a church yard, have to do with the queslion, by declining theinscit.on of\ this we consider we are relieving our readers from an infinite pnplexity. Mr. Cfiarles Boyd s letter confirming Mjl. Lyons statement has been received ; we consiMr it quite j sufficient to notice the fact, without filling our columns with disertations upon the distinction ¡ between Woodbridge and Woodbridge Farm.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 March 1833

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Lying in Gages Roads-The Monkey, and the Jolly Rambler. In Cockburn Sound.-The Cygnet, Captain ' Rolls, and the Government Schooner Ellen, Cápt. Toby.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 March 1833

In the reports of the House of Com- mons on the subject of Pauperism, the relief of the parishes has been the sole ground of the various schemes of Emigration proposed by Mr. Wilmot Horton, Lord Howick, Mr Tennant, Mr Gouger &c Mr Malthus declares " that where 100 able bodied men and their families are supported out of the rates at £25 per annum, each family consist- ing of man, wife, and three children, if such a parish charged its rates, for 10 years, with an an- nuity of ten pounds on which a sum might be raised for their Emigration, the immediate effect would be the reduction of the rates of that parish from £25, to £10 per family". This is the first principle, the first element in the reasoning ; and all the super- structure, reared by the friends of Emigration in England, for the relief of the overburdened land- holders, rather than for the comfort of the poor or the benefit of the colonists, is built upon it. For while one person says before the Committee of the house...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 March 1833

\ ABARGAIN. TïîE well known superior well fitted PcWBoat «IMOGENE," 2 months old,\attd about 2 tons burthen ; built of the lest materials, copper fastened, and under\the present owners immediate Iuspec^on. With mainsail, foresail, and jib ; hei blocks have all brass sheaves, mast-sprèet, bow-spreet, and with stand- ing, and gunning geer, anchor, cable, oars, &c.-^Price £60.-Apply to Thomas Gilbert, at Mrs. Hokhvs, Perth TVANT^A^ITUATION. A YOUNG MAN of steady industri- " ous habits, has had a liberal education, wishes to engage himself to any person i requiring a store Kteeper, or iii any capa- city, in which his services may be ren- dered available. Apply at tiie Gazette Office. TO^CXPTTALfSTS:: WANTS A SITUATION, AS BAILIFF. A Man who perfectly understands the most improved modes? p/ agriculture, breeding, rearing, and feeding of all kinds of stock.-For par- ticulars, apply lo the Editor of this pa- per. ON SALE AT THE STORES OF THE UNDERSIGNED. Perth, and Fremantle, Jan. ...

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BEFORE G. LEAKE, ESQ., Civil Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 March 1833

Before G. Leake, Esq., Civil Commissioner. On Saturday last Mr. J. Wade was brought before the sitting Magistrate, G. Leake, Esq., for insulting Mr. S. G. Henty, on the south beach, Fremantle, on Thursday evening, and calling him a paltroon, and a coward, with an intent to excite him to a breach of the peace. Captain McDer-   mott came forward to prove that the expressions made use of, had this tendency; which statement   the Court fully concurred in, and bound Mr. Wade over to keep the peace for twelve months, himself in £100., and two sufficient sureties £50 each, or to be committed to prison, until such sureties were given. In the course of the evening the sureties were produced, and Mr. Wade discharged. The Civil Commissioner remarked, that one fatal instance of duelling having occurred, which was still strong on our memories, had deter- mined him to prosecute the most rigorous measures, to suppress this evil; and Mr. Wade having been   bro...

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IMPORTS PER 'FRANCES CHARLO[?]TE' from Hobart Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 March 1833

k IMPORTS PER ' FRANCES CHARLO J TE' from Hobart Town. 6 Puncheons Rum,-40 casks salt Meat,-12 casks Oatmeal,- I case Slops,-50 tons Flour, 20 Hams,-1 bale Bacon,-2 tons Sugar,-2 cases Mustard,-29 head Cattle,-200 Sheep,-10 tons Hay,-12cwt. Bran and Pollard.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 March 1833

y SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE Arrived the 23rd March, the Frances Charlotte, Captain Smith, from Hobart Town, left on the 22nd February,-Passengers Mr. Downing, and Mr. Gregson.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 March 1833

TO CAPITALISTS. WANTS A SITUATION, AS BAILIFF. A Man who perfectly understands the most improved modes of agriculture, . breeding, rearing, and feeding of all kinds of stock.-For par- ticulars, apply to the Editor of this pa- per. Edited, Printed, and Published by CHARLES MACFAULL, at the Gazette Office, Perth Terms of Subscription. 10s. 6d. per Quarter, if paid in advance, or 12s* if paid at the end of the Quarter. Single number, One Shilling. Terms of Advertisements :-For 8 lines, 3s. 6d and 3d. per line above this number.

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SATURDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 March 1833

Saturday Evening.   We have stopped the Press, to com- municate the arrival this morning of the Merope, from Hobart Town ; (out 18 days), which rather singularly corro- borates our previous remarks. We have not received an exact statement of the cargo, but it is principally comprised of the following :— 260 bags Wheat,—50 tons Potatoes,—20 Goats,   250 Sheep,—25 tons Flour.—9 Horses,—3 Bullocks,—7 Cows and Calves. From our files of Launceston and Hobart Town Papers up to the 8th instant, we preceive that the Eagle, the Georgiana, and the John Dunscombe, may be expected here in the course of a short time ; the Georgiana to touch here on* her way to Batavia,—sailed on the 5th instant. We have not observed any local in- telligence, of immediate importance ; the following is a summary of the Eng- lish news :— No further fighting subsequent to the   29th September had taken place be- tween the forces of Pedro and Miguel up to the 7th October, when t...

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A GLANCE AT THE MANNERS, AND LANGUAGE OF THE ABORIGINAL INHABITANTS OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA; WITH A SHORT VOCABULARY.—23d MARCH, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 March 1833

A glance at the manners, and language of the Aboriginal Inhabitants   of Western Australia;     with a short Vocabulary: - 23d March, 1833 By R. M. LYON. The Aboriginal Inhabitants of this Country, are a harmless, liberal, kind hearted race ; remarkably simple in all their manners. They not only abstain-   ed from all acts of hostility, when we took posses- sion ; but showed us every kindness in their power. Though we were invaders of their country, and they had therefore a right to treat us as ene- mies, when any of us lost ourselves in the bush, and were thus completely in their power ; these noble minded people shared with us their scanty and precarious meal ; suffered us to rest for the night in their camp ; and, in the morning directed us on our way to head quarters, or to some other part of the settlement. Such was the treatment we received from a people who, cradled in storms the moment they come into being, and protected by...

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SPECIAL SITTINGS. BEFORE G. F. MOORE EDQUIRE[?] CIVIL COURT, PERTH, 29TH MARCH, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 March 1833

SPECIAL SITTINGS. Before G. F' Moore Esquire.   Civil Court, Perth, 29th March, 1833. Harris v. Rolls. - This was an action brought by the Plaintiff, passenger in the Cygnet, to recover the value of a barrel of gun-powder, and 12 sheets missing ; sein's and twine damaged ; and sundry   plants injured by negligence, and a filtering ma- chine broken in lowering it from the side of the vessel. John Davidson, chief mate - remember stat- ing in reply to a question from Mr. Harris, that I thought Mr. Joseph Harris had taken the pow- der, I concluded so, as he had been enquiring for it ; I afterwards said it might be on board but not   to my knowledge : I did not take any gun-powder   on board. Mr. Harris here stated, that the Bills of lading were signed at Gravesend, and the barrel of gun- powder included, and delivered to him by the Ships Broker, Mr. Hall, Junr.   Examination resumed. - Heard sheets enquired for - the nets were stowed down the fore-hatchway. Mr....

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 March 1833

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL We regret the hasty departure of the Frances Charlotte from Hobart Town, (without a Mail,) more particularly as we are deprived of the satisfaction of laying before our readers the most recent intelli- gence, which through the punctuality and kindness of our eastern co-temporaries we have hitherto accomplished. A general opinion prevails, and we think with some degree of plausibility, that a vessel had either sailed, or was upon the point of sail- ing for this port, when the Charlotte left; this however is a trading mystery, the so- lution of which, now the suspicion exists, would prove beneficial rather than injuri- ous. We have been too frequently ex- posed to these manouvers to be perfectly ignorant of the practice ; and when we hear that a complete file of Hobart Town papers is on board, which we are kindly promised neot week, we must allow we are compelled to have a leaning towards the prevailing opinion. It is reported that Major Nairn had gone i...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 March 1833

\ GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office Perth, March 29th, 1833, NOTICE is hereby given, that Thomas Gilbert of Perth, has applied at this Office for Permission to leave the Colony. By His Honor's Command Peter Brown, Colonial Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICE TENDERS FOR FRESH-MEAT. Commissariat Office, Perth, 29th March 1833 Sealed Tenders in Triplicate will be received at this Office on Wednesday, the 10th April from such Person or Per- sons as may be willing to supply His Majesty's Troops with Fresh-Meat, for one, two, or three Months ; the Con- tract to commence from the 16th April. The price per lb. to be stated in words at length. Any further information will be made known on application at this Office. John Lewis, Dep. Asst. Commissary General JUST IMPORTED by the 'FRANCES CHARLOTTE; And for Sale by the Undersigned,. at Fremantle. Flour in bags and barrels, Potatoes, Onions, Seed Wheat, ditto Barley, ditto Grass. Twelve Working Bullocks ; Nine Heifers in Calf-pure Devon ...

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QUARTER SESSION, Fremantle, 1st April, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 April 1833

QUARTER SESSION, Fremantle, 1st April, 1833. Before the Honorable W. H Mackir, Esq , Judge Advocate, and a hill bench of Magistrates. The learned Chairman opened the business of the Sessions with a short, but appropriate address to the grand Jury. William Lewington, was charged with firing a pistol at Robert Maydwell with an intent tu do him some bodily injury. The fact of his having fired the pistol was fully established. In his defence he endeavoured to palliate the offence, by shewiug that Maydwell the father of his wife, had held out inducements to her to leave him, which she had done, a month after the marriage. G. Leake, Esq. Mr. Rrichard Lewis, and others gave the prisoner an excellent character. The Jury retired for a short time and returned a verdict-not guilty. Pare alias Cowrie, was charged with attempting an indecent assault upon a female 7 years of age. -verdict not guilty. Benjamin Hinks, was charged with breaking   into the Harbour-Masters Office. &am...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 April 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office Perth, April 6th, 1833 Notice is hereby given that the under- mentioned Individuals have applied at this office for permission to leave the colony, . ria. . Edward Sears. John Swetnam, John Cook. By His Honor's command, Peter Brown Colonial Secretary NOTICE. Fremantle, April 6th-Arrived the Sandwich Island Schooner, Auranzau, Capt. R. Jordon from Singapore consign- ed to Mr. Wm. Lamb with the following cargo, viz : Best) pork, sugar, rice, green and black teas, in large chests, and catty boxes, coffee, sugar candy, old brandy in cases, segars, nankins, patent boat cloaks, ma nila hats, black pepper, sago, manilla biscuit, coloured floor mats, &c small cordage, &c. &c. &c. FORSALE AT THE STORES OF THE UNDERSIGNED Perth IRISH PORK, ditto Beef, Hams, Flour Oatmeal, Potatoes, Onions, Rice, Lard,. Sugar, Tea, Raisins, Jamaica Rum, ! Brandy, Prime Gin, Wines, London] Porter, Tobacco, Segars, Snuff, Pipes^j Cape...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 April 1833

We made some remarks a few weeks ago upon the subject, of our improvements and the scarcity of money owing to the absence of a proper circulating medium ; I we also intimated that our eastern friends j were suffering under the same difficulty, I which the following extract from the JHpbart Town Courier of the loth Feb. fully confirms. "It is a fact probably not very generally known to the reader, that many, indeed most of the Unit- ed States of America have incurred debts with London contractors for large loans advanced on them. Thus in Oct. last, the state of Louisiana contracted a new loan (one of a similar amount having alreadly been contracted) with the great house of Baring and & Co. for 7 millions of dollars. The contract was taken in New Orleans at 106 per cent, for a 5 per cent, stock with a fixed period of redemption. We would wish particularly to draw this fact before the notice of our readers, in hopes that some measures of the kind would be adopted either through...

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