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CRICKET. (From our Perth Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 6 April 1866

CRICKET (From our Perth Corespondent.) The Return Match between the Perth and Fremantle Clubs was played at Fremantle on Easter Monday, which was observed as a gene- ral holiday in both towns : we were glad to see that so many availed themselves of the oppor- tunity of visiting Fremantle, where the cricket ground presented a gay and animated scene. The steamer with a full cargo of passengers left Perth at 8 a.m. and arrived in Fremantle soon after 10, while the road between the two towns was enlivened by carriages and eques- trians during the whole day. Perth having won the toss put their opponents in at about half-past 10 to the bowling of Messrs. A. & DeC. Hillman, who succeeded in disposing of Fre- mantle for a small score. The analysis given below speaks ior itself as to their success. ¡ Perth next went to the wickets, but also scored ' low : they however succeeded in heading their opponents by 13. Both sides dispersed for lunch, and then Fremantle resumed the willow, bu...

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

ENGLAND, TIA BOMBAT. THE Clipper Ship DAYLIGHT, Henry C. Pearce, commander, _will sail for Bombay about the first week in 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 sailing 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 Diggings. 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. For Adelaide. THE brig EMILY SMITH >will sail for the above port early _,next month. freight or passage apply to T.&H. CARTER & CO. Fremantle. March 27,1866. Sale by Auction at Fremantle, Of Handsome and Valuable HOUSEHOLD F...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 6 April 1866

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. April 3. - Swan, 24 tons, J. Tapper, master, from Vasse. Passengers - Mrs. Brown and child, Messrs. Lyons, McGuire, and Collis, and 5 prisoners. 6352 feet timber, 184 bags pota- toes, 6 ditto, onions, 2 bales leather. 3,-Les Trois Amis, 44 tons, J. Green, mas- ter, from Champion Bay. Passengers-W. Trigg, Mrs. Dow and child. Cargo-30 tons guano, 62 bags wheat, 53 do. barley, 1/2 ton bran, 10 bags flour, Same day.-Lass of Gei aldton, 37 tons, J. O'Grady, master, from Sharks Bay. Cargo 16 tons guano. DEPARTURES. March 31.-Clarence Packet, 62 tons, E. Abbott, master, for Irwin and Champion Bay. Passenger-Mr. Cooper. Cargo-1516. posts, 267 pieces timber, 6 chests tea, l8 ^-chests do., 16 doz. plough-shares, 12 hay-knives 16 cases sundries. Same day.-Sea ..Spray, 33 tons, W. Miles, master, for Champion Bay. Cargo-1560 posts and rails. April 3.-Arabian, 24 tons, C. Hanham, master, for Bunbury and Vasse. Passenger Mrs. Randell. Cargo-ç-cask wine, i-cask gin,...

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Toodyay, Northam, and Victoria Plains' Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 6 April 1866

Toodyay, Northam, and Victoria Plains' Agricultural Society. At a Public Meeting of this Society held at the Newcastle Hotel on Wednesday, 28th March, 1866, the Hon. S. P. Phillips, Esq. intheChair" the following resolutions were proposed. Mr. Phillips in opening the Meeting said that he was happy in seeing so many of his brother settlers present, and as some of the re- solutions which would be brought before the Meeting, involved questions of vital importance to the interests not only of sheep-farmers but to the colonists at large, (he referred to those winch treated on the adoption of a Scab Act suited to the requirements of the colony, and the taking off the present duty on sheep to- bacco) he hoped that members interested in these most important questions, would express their opinions to the meeting. It gave bim great pleasure on the present occasion to meet with so many of his old friends-the sheep farmers; and he believed their unanimous opinion would possess great weight with...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 April 1866

CURES FOR DISTANT FRIENDS. ^ HOLLOWAYS OINTMENT, -«, The curative properties of this wonder- ful Ointment are so universal that the Settler should know that, by using it, any wound, any ulcer, any sore, any erup- tion, aches or pains, can, by this mighty " Heal all," be quickly removed ; so that in the Australian Colonies (as elsewhere) it is frequently said that " Here is a cure for all !" Glandular Swellings, Bronchitis, Mumps, Quinsey, SOP© Throats, and Diptheria. In any of the above diseases, immediate and permanent relief is obtained by ef- fectually rubbing this detergent Oint- ment, twice a day upon the neck, chest, and back. It acts upon the very main- springs of life ; for through the glands pass all new matter required for the body's reparation and all old particles detrimental to its preservation. The Ointment, used conjointly with Hoi loway's Pills, will act so searchingly and certainly as to effect cures in the most hopeless cases. Rheumatism, Lumbago, Contracted and St...

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PIG AND PIG FARMS. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 April 1866

PIG AND PIG FARMS. No.n. As we have said, the intent and pur- pose of pig breeding, as of all breeding, is solely profit. To insure the greatest amount of profit, the breeder will have to consider the character and position in life of the population in his locality, the expense of transit, the cost of food, and whether to breed for fattening or for sale as stores. We are only now considering the latter. As a rule/ store pigs do not give any profit on purchased food of the usual kind, such as offal, bran, <fcc. Wherever these are to be had cheap, it is best to breed only for fattening. No kind fattens so fast as the Chinese, but, as we said in the last number, none makes so little firm flesh, and, as a store, it must be put quite out of the field. The object is to get a kind that can pick up their own food with little help, and two or three of these can be safely recommended. Almost every country in the United Kingdom claims some distinctive breed, and these, in course of ...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 April 1866

-?- at To the Editor of the Perth Gazette % W. A. Times, th SLB,-Will you allow me space to make a few remarks on a subject much under discussion -" Scab and its belongings." Mr. Sewell's letter in your issue of February 9th, is valuable as a record of the benefit de- rived by Curr's method. I have also tried it and found it all that could be desired. As- suming that tobacco and sulphur, and those only will cure scab; and that a compulsory enactment is required with paid Inspectors to see the law enforced j we certainly have a plain and straightforward matter to deal with. First of all we want sheep-tobacco and sulphur as cheap as we can get them, and Inspectors mode- rately paid and well selected. It appears that the Governor objects to the proposed remission or removal of duty off sheep tobacco, on the grounds that there would be a loss to the revenue ; but it seems to me that if an ad valorem duty of say 7 per cent, were levied on it and sulphur, that the large quan- tity sure to...

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NOTES ON THE CHEMISTRY OF HUSBANDRY. No. II. [From the Australasian.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 April 1866

NOTES ON THE CHEMISTRY OF HUSBANDRY. No. n. [From the Australasian.'] The finding these unoxidized com- bustible minerals at depths in the veins is, in itself, no more a proof that they are derived from a magazine at yet greated depths, than it would be in the cases of anthracite or fossil resins, which are both found deep in the earth, but which are both attributable to a vegetable origin on its surface. There is, however, a fact of another class which bears strongly on this ques- tion. When Reich, Freyberg, weighed the earth, by the method known as the Cavendish experiment, and in which the torsion balance is used, he found the specific gravity of the mass to be 5.44 to distilled water as unity. Francis Baily obtained 'as the result of upwards of 2,000 similar experiments, a specific gravity of 5.67. Let us compare these results with the specific gravities of granites and a few other rocks. We have for porphyritic granite, 2.65 ; for porphyry 2.68 ; basalt, 2.86; modern lava, 2.52...

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KING LEOPOLD. [From the Australasian.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 April 1866

BING LEOPOLD. [From the Australasian.'] How fast death works ! Only a month ago we had to chronicle and comment on the decease of Palmerston-the most successful, though far from being the greatest, of the latter school of European statesmen. By this mail we receive the news of the not unexpected decease of a man who was uncommonly like Palmer- ston ; the only essential difference being that the one wore a coronet and the other a crown. Europe just now is plastered with stray kings, and King Leopold would have been years and years ago among the number, if he had not been extraordinarily gifted with brains, saga- city, and wisdom, which raised bim not only to consolidate his Belgian dynasty, but from being an almost obscure German adventurer, to knit his fortunes and his lineage with the leading dynasties of Europe. We made a blunder in calling him an almost obscure German adventurer. He was not so. German princes are often reputed German beggars. But a man who has a million sterling ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 April 1866

JDO^MISSA^ÁT^ TENDERS in duplicate, will be re, ^cèived 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 Buch portion only of a tender or tenders as may appear most advantageous to the service, but he does net bind himself to accept the lowest or any tender. i V J.WBÖVEEL, Deputy Commissary General. Perth, 22nd March, 1866. SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. To be sold by Public Auction, on WED- NESDAY, the 18th instant, at 10 o'clock a.m., at ...

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SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. [Before His Honor Chief Justice Burt.] FRIDAY, APRIL 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 April 1866

SUPREME COURT-CRIMINAL SIDE. [Before His Honor Chief Justice Burt.] FRIDAY, APRIL 6. His Honor having taken his seat, directed the Sheriff to call into court the Jury locked up the previous evening, not having been able to arrive at a verdict in the case af Egup, charged with the murder of Mr. E. Clarkson. The Jury having announced they had not arrived at a verdict were then discharged, and a fresh jury having been impannelled a a fresh trial took place, and the whole of the evidence was gone over again. This time the Jury did not take many minutes to arrive at a conclusion that the prisoner was guilty, and His Honor passed sentence of DEATH in the usual manner. James Ritchie and Edward Fitzgerald, charged with stealing on the 20th March, a horse, the property of George Dixon, at Fre- mantle, pleaded Not Guilty. They were defended by Mr. Howell. John Fee deposed-I am a police constable, and remember being on duty with constable Healey at Fremantle. A little after 10 I saw the two pr...

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THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON, AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 April 1866

n THE'LIVERPOOL AND LONDON, AND e GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. Subscribed Capital, ¿81,887,020. PAID-UP CAPITAL AND ACCUMULATED FUNDS, £1,311,905, Of which £270,000 are invested in Victoria and New South Wales. Perth Agency, Western Australia. No reference to England required. LOSSES PAID IN MELBOUBNE. Directors in Victoria Chairman-The Hon. James Henty, M.L.C. The Hon. Sir J. F. Palmer, Pre- sident of the Legislative Council; The Hon. James M'Culloch, M.P. ; The Hon. Sir Francis Murphy, Speaker of the Legis- lative Assembly ; The Hon. Eobert Turn- bull, M.L.C. Swinton Boult, Esq., Secretary to the Company. W. Murray Eoss, Esq., J.P., Secretary, Melbourne. FIRE.-ANNUITIES.-LIFE. Fire Premium £580,000. Life Do. £200,000. Invested Funds £3,050,000. Funds invested in Australia £300,000. ci:u FIEE DEPAETMENT. This company issues policies on pro- perty and goods, subject^ to the reduces rates of premium. The fire income in 1861 was £360,130. Class 1.-Detached buildings of brick or stone, wit...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 April 1866

STRAYED STOCK. 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 $Q, about 6 years old, and about 15 hands high. 1 black mare, with a foal by her side, white blaze in the face, white spot on the near hind foot, branded on the near side under saddle, something like JQ ; about 15 hands high. I bay filly, with black points, white star in forehead, branded on the off side under saddle Q$, about 2 years old, and about 14 hands high; 1 bay filly, with a white star in the forehead, a little white on the near hind foot, about 3 years old, and about 15 hands high ; no brand or mark visible. If the above horses are not claimed by the time allowed by law they will be sold to defray expenses. DUNCAN MCPHERSON. Byeen, Toodyay, March, 1866. [15s, 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),...

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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 13, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 April 1866

$txtl ë*ititt * H. -fr-Kims. st hi se " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Sliakspeare.. FBIDAY, APBIL 13, 1866. A FEW weeks since we made some remarks upon what we helieved to he an important necessity-a provision for seed corn for the class of small farmers in the eastern and northern districts, who hy the entire or partial failure of their crops last season, have not the means, and in many instances, not the opportunity, of obtaining it hy themselves. By the re- port of the meeting of the Toodyay Agri- cultural Society," on the 28th ult., we observe that an attempt was made there to obtain some action on the part of the Society on the subject, and failed, as we hear, On account of the disinclination of the occupiers of sheep runs to do anything which should hold out any encourage- ment to those who, by their taking up land on tillage leases, have done some- what to endanger their being held for pastoral purposes only,...

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SEED GRAIN. No. III. (From the Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 April 1866

SEED GEAIN. No. III. - ? (From the Australasian.) We stated in our last that wheat was the most difficult grain to grow, and required more constant attention and care from beginning to end, from the steeping the seed corn to the winnowing for market, than any other. The oat is just the reverse, for give it a soil in good heart, and the tillage is not nearly of so much consequence compared with that which its sister cereals require. Give the oat a good start, and nearly any soil will produce it to a profitable extent, if common fair play he given. The oat must he an indigenous plant of some cold country, for in the British islands it thrives much better in Scotland than in England, and we find in Victoria that upon such high altitudes as those of Kyneton, Upper Loddon, Learmonth, &c, they are more productive than in the warmer districts. Of all corn crops it is that which is most easily produced ; it is therefore a most popular corn, with those especially who do not pride the...

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ARRIVAL OF THE OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 April 1866

ARRIVAL g OP THE m OVERLAND MAU. i as THE mails arrived in Perth yesterday afternoon a few minutes after 3 o'clock. We give as full a summary of the news as the time would allow. The Palestine arrived at Gravesend on the 8th February. No vessel had sailed from England for Fremantle. The Wool report states that all old stock of combing wool had been bought with eagerness at full prices, and several large parcels of newly arrived at extreme rates. The March Sales were expected to have one of the largest attendance of buyers ever known. It is reported that a gentleman has ar- rived by the mail deputed to open a branch here of one of the Eastern Colo- nial Banks. The barque Falcon sailed from Port- land on the 23rd March for this colony; SOUTH AUSTRALIA. In consequence of Captain Hart, the Chief Secretary (who leaves by this mail for England)» having resigned his office, the Ministry ia broken np. The Governor has entrusted Mr. Boucat, the Attorney-General, with the work of forming a ne...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 April 1866

ENGLISH NEWS. Parliament has met-the new Parliament, with about a quarter of its number new men. This should be mentioned, because it is the cus- tom with Parliamentary veterans to affect a fear lest the novi homines should pi ove intrac- table, and unobservant of House of Commons' discipline and etiquette. Assuredly nothing of the kind has as yet occurred ; on the contrary, the new House has worked admirably, and un- der- a special test The Government decided, on the night of Friday week, that the Habeas '? Corpus Act should be suspended in Ireland. By 4 o'clock the very next day, the suspension bill had been read a first, second, and third time, and passed by the Commons. A Cattle Bill, also, has been got through with an enor- mous quantity of talk, but with very great celerity. ïhe Queen opened the Houses, in person, the onetime that her Majesty has done so for five years. The people received the Sovereign with much kindness, but without the noisy cheering to which we used to be ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 April 1866

ia iiii - ENGLAND, TIA BOMBAT. THE Clipper Ship DA YLIGKT, HENEY C. PEARCE, commander, _will sail for Bombay about the first week in April, Parties desirous to go to England will find this the quickest and cheapest opportunity ever offered, -&s they can go by Steamer from Bombay, ^ánd reach England in about 7 days. The sailing 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 tlie New Zealand Gold Diggings. THE fine brig "ANN SANDJEBSON," 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. For Adelaide. mHE brig 1 EMILY SMITH i will sail for the above port early _,next month. For freight or passage applv to T. & H. CARTER & CO. Fremantle. March 27, 1866. Sale by Auction at Fremantle, Of H...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 April 1866

DEATHS. PEARSE.—At Fremantle, on the 9th April 1866, MR. WILLIAM PEARSE, aged 58 years ;   deeply regretted by a numerous family and a large circle of friends. MR. PEARSE was one of the earliest settlers here, having arrived in the Egyptian, in the month of February, 1830. CLIFTON—At Australind, on Wednesday, the 4th instant, GEORGE ELIOT CLIFTON aged 1 year and 10 months.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 April 1866

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. 6.—Sea Bird, 40 tons, R. Lewer, master, from Vasse and Bunbury. Passengers—Mrs. McIntyre, Mrs. Ives and 2 children, Mrs. Bourke, and 2 others. Cargo—192 pieces tim- ber, 1000ft timber, 3 pigs, 20 bags potatoes, and 210 pieces timber. 9.—Bridgetown, 314 tons, J. Phillips, master, from Madras. Passengers — Mrs. Phillips, Messrs. C. Von Bibra, E. S. James and son, C. Dutton, and J. Smith. DEPARTURES. April 10.—Albert, 24 tons, W. E. Owen, mas- ter, for the Irwin River. Passengers—R. Harford. Cargo—50 pieces timber, 394 posts, 1120 ft. timber, 10,000 shingles, 15 bags flour, 30 boxes and bags sundries, 2 dos, plough shares. 11.—Swan, 23 tons, J. O'Grady, master, for Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Lee Steere, 3 children and 2 servants, Coporal Ryan and 1 prisoner. Cargo—5 cases merchandise under bond, 2 hhds. beer, 14 bags sugar, 7o pkgs., 6 stoves, 25 wool bags, and a quantity of luggage, furniture, &c., &c. IMPORTS. &...

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