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Country News. GERALDTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 June 1875

?>0Bittrf f^fos. GERALDTON. The great outcry here is rain, when shall we have rain ? flockowners feeling the want almost more than the agriculturists, several of the sheepownera are now busy lambing down with no new faed and in many instances very little old feed for the lambs, whilst some are obliged to cart water for the use of ewes and lambs, hence in the face of these difficulties and at present no appearance of rain a general average of lambs cannot be looked for. In some few instances where land is already sown and the grain just springing, unless rain should oome in a few days the land \v ill require to be resown as the heat and drought will kill the present growth. Commencing as the season did some months since with nice showers and cool weather in the prospect of a surely and unusually good season, our spirits rose accordingly, now when we are getting hot dry summer weather, the reaction is doubly felt, however as we have done before we must again. Hope for the best, pre...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 June 1875

TO (JORRESPONDTurcTS We cannot insert any correspondence for which we should be unwilling to assume the usual Editorial responsibilities, nor any state- ment of facts, without the name and condition of the writer are known to us. We cannot undertake to return rejected communications or to assign any reason for on-insertion. Mr. Browne should know that we cannot Í>rint any letter in which such terms as "vicious ibel," &c., are used. If the letter in question contained a "vicious libel," Mr. Browne knows the writer and has his remedy at law. We regret much our inability to find space for " The Bridge of Sighs" in our issue of to-day it shall appear in our next.

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LATEST NEWS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE W.A. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 June 1875

LATEST NEWS. TO THE EDITOR OP THE W.A. TIMES. SIR,-Surely the all-accomplished conductor of your lively contemporary the Inquirer and Commercial News must have had a pleasant dream, and let us hope refreshing sleep on the eve of the publication of that journal's latest issue. To day under the heading " The mails," I find in the Inquirer and Commercial News that the English mail reached the General Post Office last night. «. O the times and O the manners of this most versatile of newspaper editors." Suo sibi gladio hunc jugulo. Yours &c., CITIZEN. Perth, Weduesday, May 26th.

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 June 1875

®be Western llustralmir Umcs. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1875. A recent French writer, M. de Valbesen, eoBipares the British Empire in India, to the prophetic image with its head of gold and its feet of clay, but in this case the clay is porcelain, and of antient and Curious manufacture. Since the great, mutiny nothing has so touched to the quick the susceptibility of the people of India as the arraignement of the Guicwar of Baroda for an attempt on the life of Colonel Phayre the British Resident at hfs court, by poison. Out of the mass of details elicited at the trial, cumbrous as it was, the main facts, few in number, may be easily apprehended ; they are in- deed comprised under four personalities, a tributary prince, an unscrupulous mini- ster, a favourite sultana, aud an all' powerful representative of the real mas- ters of the country. The Guicwar, like most eastern póten- teles, rules, to put it mildly, for himself rather than for his people ; if indeed he may be ...

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OFFICES OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR VICTORIA FOR THE PHILADELPHIA EXHIBITION OF 1876. TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 June 1875

OFFICES OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR VICTORIA FOR THE PHILADELPHIA EXHIBITION OF 1876. To THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES Sir,-I have the honor to forward cojries of Circulars which have been addressed to all the Colonists of Western Australia, -whose names the Commissioners have been able to obtain, as those of persons likely to exhibit at the forth- coming exhibitions in Melbourne and Philadel- phia. The Commissioners have been engaged in corresj:>ondenee with your Government, which regrets that owing to want of funds, it can take no part officially in the Exhibition. But so unwilling are the Commissioners, that Western Australia should be unrepresented upon the present occasion, that they have determined upon communicating direct with the inhabitants of your Colony. The Commissioners rely upon your kind assistance in furthering these objects which they feel are as much in the interest of Western Australia as of Victoria and the other Colonies of this Continent. I have the honor to h...

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NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 June 1875

NEWCASTLE. The man, Allen, who was last week so seri- ously injured on the Toodyay Valley Road, is going on very favorably. At first it was thought that he would lose his left arm, but a favorable turn took place, and he will now, to all appearance, have the limb restored to him. A few days ago a child of a man named Frayer, living near Dundarogan on the Victoria Plains, was found dead in the bush, after hav- ing been missed for about a fortnight. I under- stand that the child was of weak intellect, and liad previously strayed away from home, of this however, I am not positive at present. The young daughter of a man named Jecks, living at the Toodyay old Townsite, was seri- ously injured a fortnight ago by her clothes catching fire. She was much burnt, and after ten days suffering died from the effects of the injury sustained. The first Assembly Ball, advertised to take place in Newcastle on the 1st June, has been postponed to the 1st July. A Quarterly Licensing Meeting will be held...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES, [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 June 1875

otxttvawbentt To THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES, ^PSir,-I will now advert to the question ot ' state ail alluded to by the Bishop of Perth, at the meeting referred to by me. His Lordship then stated, " that within the next few years those parts of the Colony which now enjoy the ministrations of religion, will undoubtedly bp left without them," and " that a short time ago, we had reason to apprehend that we were fast running on towards the time when we would be "left to our own devices to provide ministrations of religion, in the various dis- tricts in the Colony." What nis Lordship was alluding to in the latter .sentence I cannot conceive, unless he was referring to tho fact of several leading churchmen at the last elec- tion of members of Council, voting for the return of a member opposed ta the principle of state aid. With regard to the withdrawal of state aid within the next few years. I do not fear that such a thing is likely to take place, provided recipients of that aid are ali...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 June 1875

S. 8. " GEORGETTE If SAILS from Champion Bay every 4th SATURDAY, undercontractwith the Government, to convey English and Co- lonial mails to and from Albany. Pas- sengers will please note the postal time- tables, for the departure of the boat from the different ports. CONNOR & McKAY. August 8,1874. S. S. a GEORGETTE." THE freight on goods landed from this vessel must be paid before delivery, otherwise they will be stored at the risk and expense of Consignees. \AU shippers of cargo must have a chipping order from the Agents. No cargo will be delivered without a receipt, even if freights are prepaid. All claims must be sent in before the vessel leaves port, or they will not be re- cognised. The above applies to ALL PORTS and AGENTS. CONNOR & McKAY, Owners. Fremantle, May 23,1875. STEAM TO ADELAIDE. Via Bunbury Busselton and Albany. The S.S. GEORGETTE. ROBERT SHAND, Commander, will leave for Adelaide, calling at above ports on MONDAY 12th July next, at 3 o'clock p.m. Re...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 June 1875

HOLLOWAYS PILLS Late 244 Strand. 533, Oxford Street, W.C. SIR,-I take leave to inform you that Messrs. Myres & Solomon of Syd- ney, advise rae under date 31st July, 1874, that some cases of pills, labelled "Holloways Pills, New York," have been sold in ' their ' city by Auction to Hawkers and others. They have also sent me a Box of the pills which are spurious imitations of mine. My medi- cines are neither made nor sold in any part of the United States. In the Melbourne Argus of June 26, Î874; is a letter signed "Percy L. Hardnage," (a copy of which I enclose) in which he calls himself my authorised travelling agent. This is false, as I neither know the man nor have I had correspondence with him. It therefore may be that he is travelling for the purpose of disposing of the spurious make of, medicines to which Messrs. Myres & Solomon have been pleased to call my attention. I am, Sir, Yours faithfully, THOMAS HOLLOWAY. London, Sept. 26,1874. TO THE EDITOR OP THE " ARGU...

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INTERCOLONIAL. (From the Argus). VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 June 1875

INTERCOLONIAL     (From the Argus). VICTORIA. Parliament has been summoned to meet for the despatch of business on Tuesday, the 25th inst. N< thing is known as to what will fee the position of parties when the Speaker takes the chair, but it is rumoured that the ultra-protec- tionists, who are in Opposition, will combine with the freetraders, and fight under Sir James McCulloch, if such a combination should prove to be the only possible one to afford a proba- bility of displacing the present Ministry, of course a great deal will depend on the finanical statement of the Treasurer. Some indications have recently been given that the fiscal alter- ations to be proposed will be in the direction o! free trade, but whether these alterations will constitute a old and material advance in the right direction, or whether they will be such a mere trifling with the matter as marked the last changes introduced by Mr, Service, and which were almost universally ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 June 1875

THE LITTLE STRANGER. - THE IMPROYED LITTLE STRANGER HAND LOCK-STITCH (SHÜTTLB THE^MSSDYaiidCo's NewFamily Silent Sewing Machine (Shuttle), THE NOISELESS TUDOR, For Tailoring: and. Manufacturing (Shuttle,) "Wheeler and "Wilson's Machines. MERCHANT AND RWTPPWRS SUPPLIED. London Office : "C.-.-È. Wilson, 29, Falcon Square, London, B. C. England. _MESSES. NUSSEY <fc PILLING undertake the Purchase for Foreign Buyers of all classes of British Made ENGINES, MACHINERY, HARDWARE, WoOLNEN AND SOFT GoOLS. "-'" Dysentery, Cholera* Fever, Ague, Goughs, Colds, &c. Pi*. J". Oollis Biro"v^^xioTs (Ex Army Med. Staff.) OHLORODlflNrB IS THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE. CAOTION.-Vice-Chancellor Sir W. P. Wood stated that Dr. COLLIS BROWNE was undoubtedly the Inventor of CHLORODYNE: that the story of the. defendant Freeman being the Inventor, was deliberately untrue, which he regretted had been sworn to. Eminent Hospital Physicians of London stated that Dr. J. Collis Browne was the disc...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 June 1875

Under the distinguished patronage, and in the presence of His Excellency the Go- ^ vernor and Mrs. Robinson. ^T" Town Hall, Perth. TO WIG MT, JUNE 1st. MR, GEOUGÍTCOTTEEELL, In the FIRST PORTION of bia new and original Entertainment, entitled ' QTXIIZi/ OR; Faces <fe Fancies. V O O A L I S T . Miss Isabella Carandini. (MRS. GEORGE COTTERELL.) A D MI S S IO IST-Front Seats, 3s. ; Second Seats, 2s. ; Back Seats, Is. Tickets may be had of Mrs. Sncok. Doors open at 7-30, to commence at 8 o'clock. Carriages may be ordered at 10 o'clock. - . . ~t: An Actor unsurpassable in his powers -those who go are delighted-the news- papers are unanimous in praising him, Australasian, March 20th, 1875. Mrs. Cotterell has a fine Soprano voice of wonderful clearness and beauty, and of very considerable range - S. A. Adver- tiser, Ma-ch 30th, 1875. Public Meeting at Newcastle. THE RESIDENT MAGISTRATE, NEWCASTLE. SIR,-V^e, the undersigned, request you to call a Public Meeting to consider the qu...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 June 1875

M o cn i an ¡> ê tritt x1. " THE LADY ELIZABETH."-It will be seen from our shipping column that the ship. Lady Elisabeth, Captain Cobbet from London arrived at Fremantle on Thursday last, after a very fair passage. The vessel arrived in port in ex- cellent condition, and brings 127 statute adults, the whole of whom were landed on the following day, the majority arriving in Perth by steamer in the afternoon. They appear to be of an ex- cellent class, and will no doubt meet with ready employment. They are hpalthy, likely looking inenandworaen j and as difieren fcfrom the S weep- ings previously introduced as light from dark- ness ; and well worth the trouble our emigration agent took to get them. The Lady Elizabeth passed through the Downes, at noon, on the 10th March, and soon afterwards encountered a very heavy gale, during which the sea ran so high that tLe pilot was unable to leave the ship in the Channel, no opportunity occured to send him back until the Italian barque Francis...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 June 1875

WANTED AGENTS to sell Birming* ham and English Goods of all kinds. Wholesale Book Illustrated with 200 engravings, post free on application to,, JOHN FELt, - MERCHANT AND MANUFACTURER, Globe Works, Birmingham. HAS been on iny run for the last 5. or 6 months, one bay HORSE, 4 years old, about 14} hands high, branded A4 ©n off side, white star on forehead, with No 3 bell on. If not claimed will be sold. WILLIAM^FORREST, JTTN. " Dwalganup,Blackwood. t April 20,1875. [7s. 6d. To the Queen and Royal Family ; To H.R.H the Prince of Wales (Special Appointment); And to several Indian Potentates, Foreign Governments, and Railway Companies. Established 1749. W# BENSON, WATCH AND CLOCK, MAZER, GOLDSMITH, SILVERSMITH, AND ÁRÜÉTSTIC METAL WORKER. > PRIZE MEDALIST OF THE LONDON, DTTB mr. AND PARIS EXHIBITIONS. Maker of the Chronograph by which the Derby and all other Races and great Events of the Day are timed. MANUFACTORY AND CITY HOUSE-58 & 60, LUDGATE HILL. WEST END ESTABLISHMENTS-2...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 June 1875

HAS been instructed to seil by Auction at his Sale Rooms, Busselton, on FRIDAY, the 18th June, 1875, at 11 o'clock : A LARGE and weil assorted selection ¿X of Goods, consisting of Flannels, Handkerchiefs, Belting. Trimmings, Hose Men's Clothing of every description, Wincey, Linsey, Gamhroon,Llama, Serge, Plaid, Mohair, Velvets, Jewellery, a Watch, Fancy Articles, &o. Lots will be made to suit purchasers. TERMS LIBERAL. Application for a Colonial Wine License. To the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace acting in and for the district of Perth in the Colony of Western Australia. I, WILLIAM PUSEY market gardener, and vine grower, married, now resid-   ing at South Perth do hereby give notice, pursuant to " The Wines, Beer, and Spirit Sale Act, 1872," that it is my in tention to apply at the next Licensing Meeting to be holden for this district, for the license in the said Act called a Colonial Wine License, for the sale of Colonial Wine in the house or premises whi...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 June 1875

# J) t p p t u g I n 11111 g f u f r. ARRIVALS. FREMANTLE. May 28. Georgette, from Albany. Passen- gers-from Albany in cabin-Rev. J. Wright, Messrs. Wilson, T. Douglas, M. A. Wilks, Miss E. Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Cotteril!, Mt. George Crowther, Mr. and Mrs. W. French, Mr. Randell and child, and Mr. Henderson. In steerage-J. Flanagan, and a prisoner. From Busselton, in cabin-Miss and Mr. Guerrier, Mr. and Mrs. Shaw. From Busselton, in steer- age-G. Whiting, Thomas Simpson, H. Walker, John Sheen, John Ross, W. Tilford, W. McMullen, and Guy Maple. From Bunbury in cabin-Miss Elliot, and Mr. Osborne. From Bunbury in steerage-II. Lipschitz, and G. Wilson. Same day.-Lady Elizabeth, Captain Cobbett, from London, with MO emigrants. May 29th-Swan, 26 tons, Baldwin, master, from Bunbury. Cargo-21 tons sandalwood, & sundry pkgs. DEPARTURES. May 27th - Rosette, 68 tons, J. Vincent, master, for Sharks Bay via Champion Bay. Passengers-Mr. & Mrs Knight, Mr. & Mrs. Glover, Mrs...

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EXPLORATION IN THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 June 1875

EXPLORATION IN THE NORTH. The following information concerning the exploration of Mr. Ernest Giles is given in the South Australian Register of April 21:   It will be remembered that when Mr. Giles left Adelaide, early in December, it was announced that the objects of his ex- pedition were to examine a block of country lying apout 100 miles from the coast line of the Great Australian Bight, with a view of ascertaining its pastoral capabilities, and subsequently to achieve, if possible, his long-cherished purpose of crossing the continent to the settled dis- tricts of Western Australia. The journey which tho explorer now reports has re- ference to the first part of this pro- gramme, which although the least imposing, has not been carried through without great personal risk and suffering. On several occasions last year, when obliged to turn back baffled in his at- temps to penetrate westward from Fort Mueller by the arid desert which stretch- ed interminably before him. M...

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Perth Local Court. THURSDAY, 27th MAY, 1875. (Before E. W. Landor, Esq., J.P. The Magistrate). [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 4 June 1875

Fértil Local Court. THURSDAY, 27th" MAY, 1875. (Before E. W. Landor, Esq., J.P. The Magistrate). Chas, Speight, v. G. F. Wilkinson, $ Co. Mr. Howell for Plaintiff. This was an action to recover a sum of £6 Is. 6d. purported value of a quantity of butter, which had been entrusted to defendants as auctioneers, to dispose of "to the best advantage. From the evidence ad- duced by the plaintiff it would appear that he purchased a cask of butter from Ingleton & Co. on the 11th March, with the assurance that it was a first class article. The weight was stated on the cask at 108 lbs net-the tare being stated at 22 lbs. The invoice from the Messrs. Ingleton corresponded with those figures, and a charge of Is. 4d. per lb. for the butter, accordingly paid immediately on receipt of the article. Shortly after the plaintiff discovers that the butter some few pounds thereof which he had disposed having been returned-was, as an asticle of food, quite valueless, being only, as the Bench.adde...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES, [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 4 June 1875

To THE EDITOR OF THJC W. A. TIMBS, Sir,-Will you allow me to make a few re- marks in your valuable journal apon the lead- ing article in the Inquirer of Wednesday last. The editor appears to he opposed to a duty upon breadstuff» but cannot tell exactly why, First be states the colony cannot be ripe for such restrictions, may I ask why. Are not our flourishing sister colonies protected and why not W. Australia, in iact she requires protec- tion more than her sisters having to labour under so many disadvantages in the shape of transit, it is well known flour is brought from Adelaide to Fremantle at from 10s. to 20s. per ton and it costs the farmers in tho Eastern dis- tricts JB2 10S. per ton to deliver their flour in Perth, this is one reason, why the Agricultura- lists should ask for protection, Secondly the duty would relieve the farmers inasmuch as they would be able to sell their corn which they cannot do at present, and why, because the Market is stocked with mported flour at a v...

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THE COTTERELLS AT THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 4 June 1875

THE COTTERELLS AT THE TOWN HALL. A very numerous, if not appreciative, au- dience assembled in the Town Hall on Tuesday evening, when Mr. and Mrs. Cotterell com- menced a brief season of drawing-room entertain- ments. The reception which thoy met with from the intelligent section of the assemblage, was very flattering, and certainly most gratify- ing to them. On the other hand the conduct of the larrikins was simply disgraceful. Among the audience were His Excellency the Governor and Mrs. Robinson. Mrs. Cotterell, {nee Miss Isabella Ca andini), possesses a soprano voice of great power and compass. By her rendering of the first song entrusted to her-Nan ê Ver-she produced a strong feeling in her favour, amongst the intel- ligent portion of the audience. Equally success- ful was her singing of Arthur Sullivan's charm- ing song, "Once again"- Perhaps Mrs. Cot trell's greatest success, however, was in the ever-welcome and popular song Esmeralda, which was so well rendered that she was i...

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