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AFFGHANISTAN. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 11 January 1843

AFFGHANISTAN. We extract from the Singapore Free Press of Nov. 10th the following particulars relative to the -war in Afghanistan, by which it appears that so far from the British troops having been withdrawn from that country, according to the rumour by our last advices, they have advanced in every direction, and have met with signal suc cess, retaking Ghuznee, and Cabu), and aveng ing past disasters by repeated victories in (he field. This news was not known in England at the time of the sailing of the Lady Grey. FALL OF CABUL AND GHVZNEE. Through the kind attention of two of our subscribers we fcnve been favoured with the busty perusal of eojm* of the Beiipui Ilurkaru Extraordinary of the 11th instant, brought by the Captatflof the Dido and which he carries to tsiii gupore. It consists of extracts from severul letters giving accounts of the full of Ghuznec atid Cubul, and we have barely time to abstract the eubstauce of them for our local readers, FALL OF CABUL. On thfi 13th Sept...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 11 January 1843

FOR LONDON, Catting at the Cape of Good Hope. jtJ&t r I'^HE brig Hovghton-le-skerne will wTOQJrIi I positively sail for the above ports jflQSffi^ on or about the first of January next. ^?^^^K» A.H parties who may have engaged freight by her are requested to apply to the agents for an order to receive their goods on board, and to forward the same alongside without delay. W. & B. HABGOOD, Agents. SHIP 'TRUSTY.' j£^E£- npH E above ship is now taking in wjKrTjk JL freight for the Mauritius and fJPHraE London. She has first rate accom ?MM^Kii* modation for passengers, and will be despatched in a tew days. — For freight or pass* age immediate application must be made to F. MANGLES & CO., Agents. ?Sfit li/f ESSRS; MANGLES & CO. ^o£j&i J.yJL beg to inform shippers of wool uQgra? that, having a Policy of Insurance l'-*^^--**opeii in London, ail wool shipped per Trusty can be included in the same by giving the necessary particulars to the agents of the ...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 11 January 1843

FOB sale, 30 head horned cattle, principally cowe and heifers, with a superior Devon bull. ALSO,— A first-rate winnowing machine, made to order} with extra riddles. - ? A strong double-purchase crane, complete, suitable for a wharf or warehouse. * Apply to A.M. MOULTON. Guildford,Jan. 9,2843. * [ TT^OR salr, or to be let on lease, 70 acres of I JO land advantageously situated ot Guildford, 20 acres being within the towns ite. One-half the purchase-money may remain on mortgage, if required. — Apply to Messrs. Lawrence & Vigors, Perth. AT a general meeting of the members of the Western Australian Club on the 30lh ult., it was resolved — That the Club be dissolved from this day. AH accounts duo from the Club are requested to be sentin to the late Secretary, Charles Lawson, Esq. TWO-HORSE FLOUR-MILL. ON the Dandalup Farm may be viewed and purchased, an excellent two-horcemili, with power complete, metal gearing, and French burr stones. It is in perfect working order, and can be ...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
(From the Eastern Star, October 9.) [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 11 January 1843

(From the Eastern Star, October 9.) Our last week's issue announced the victory pained by General Pollock utthe JuiiduUuck Pass on the SUi ultimo, and the forcing1 of thut formidable barrier in spite of all opposition atxl the formidable position ucenpied by the enemy ; and further mentioned the receipt oi intelligence from General Notf, of that officer having defcutod Sliuin soodeen on the Southern side of Sliuziiie. and hating sub sequently aJvuticed upon and obtained possession of that Fortress. Since then, the despatches detailing these events have been published to the Army by the Governor General, with a very handsome and merited encomium upon the two leaders and the officers and men engaged. General Pollock's despatch a»Ms little or nothing to the detuifn we had ulready made known, but General Nott although his communication is brevity itself, contuius some additional facts and in a more positive shape titan those we were be fore in possession of. It »pu«tr» that on the 28th ...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE INQUIRER WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 11 January 1843

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1843. We last week stated our intention to refer to that, to us, very important document, the ' act for regulating the sale of waste lands in the Australian Colonies,' a copy of which we men tioned to have received, although the government is not yet in possession of one; we now proceed to perform our promise by laying before the pub lic an abstract of its provisions, with 6uch re marks thereon as appear to us to be called for. The act is to extend— in addition to what we are accustomed to call the existing Australian colo nies — to New Zealand, and to any new colony which may hereafter be established within the present limits of any of those colonies, unless, as to bueh new colonies, the Queen shall, on their formation, postpone, either for a limited period, or indefinitely, the time , at which it shall take effect in such. The act becomes law in each colony. from the day on which a copy thereof shall be received by the governor, of which he is to make procla...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 January 1843

SALE AT FUEMaKTLE. TO BE SOLD~BY AUCTION, BY MR. EDWARD KEY, At Fremantle, on Saturday, 21st January, 1843, RA IS INS, tea, coffee, rice, su^ar, potatoes, ; beef, pork, salt, shinjrle**, snutf, earthen ware, clothing, rope, logwood, alum, blue stone, foppera*', IQ-ttet deals, aud a quantity 2- inch and 1-inch mahogany boards. EX 'LADY GRAY:1 THE following goods will be sold on the most reasonable terms : — Boots and shoes, white and regatta shirts, bon iifts, ribbons, flowers, veils, stays, blond and edging, white cotton stockings, socks, cotton, tape, pins uud nmiltf, children's paiasols, boys' belts, silk and habit gloves, black and satin litrndkerchicfs, cravat!?, velvet and glazed caps, 'grass hats, carpet bugs, oilcloth, black silk, white collars, calico, gentlemen's white hate, Orlean cloth, straps, table and toilet covers, brown hol lotitl, looking glasses, Accordions, loaf cheese, York hams, colonial butler, line and brown sugar, tea, sperm candles, oil, &c. ALSO,— W...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 January 1843

EXPORTS. fI.ai/0jif0?i~k-sherne.--3l/O bales & 3. bags wool, 10 casks spcim & 108caeks black oil, 11 |»uudles v,h.a-bo»jf, } bale kangaroo skins, 13' cases natural curiosities^

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 January 1843

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Sailed.-— On the 12th inst., H. M. colonial ff'hooner Champion, F. Helpman, R. N., com mander, for Bunbiuy and Albany.— Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Roe, Mr. and Mrs. Bland, Mrs. Ucljimai)', Messrs. W. H. Mackie, R. W. Naeh, G. F» Stone, and W. Cowan, and James M'Kail. ' . On the 15th, the JIavghton-fe'Skerne, Proud master, for London, via the Cape of Good Hope. — Passengers, Lady Spencer and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Purkig, Messrs. . Creery, H. L. Cole, and W.' Hi Stnithen. In Harbdur. — The Psyche, Lady Gray, and Trusts/.

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
EXTRACTS FROM THE LATE ENGLISH PAPERS [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 January 1843

EITBACTS FriOM THE LATE EXCLISH PAPERS. claim one more liberal hereafter. The^ons t» 6o/y»-«/ (?fl^«^ 4«^ftrt 17. peopie.—

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LARGE FLOCKS OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 January 1843

LAIUJE FLOCKS OF 8HEJ$P. The ruinous consequences attendant on the practice of running together in one flock 800ji 11,000, or in some inttanceB 1^500 sheep, Are no% -perh8jte; tfcneraHy known to our shfep-fafmeiu: Jfiis injudicious practipe has gradually^ crept «r amongst us, and is likely to become generally pre ivalent^ unless the consequences are cTeaHy pointed out ; Vrfth that view we subjoin, without further comment* several extracts taken from the evi-j dence p'f toe of the largest sheep proprietors or New South Wales, in an investigation of the subject before a. committee of the Legislatire^' Council oMhat colony in July 1841. We will 'commence with en extract from tFjte evidence given by Mr. Terence Aubrey Murraj'^f who, in reply to the question whether, from tlie''? difficulty, of procuring shepherds, he did notH keep his flocks in larger numbers than he would otherwit.6 wi*h to do^says-^- '^ ? , , 11 Yt8 j my brcp^iup flocks coiwipt oUrom 800 to 000, end all the jttli.WB o...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
VINEYARD SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 January 1843

VINEYARD SOCIETY. The second half-yearly general meeting of the above Society was held at Hodges' Hotel on Wednesday, the 11th just. ; the Hon. P. Brown in the chair. The Secretary reported that since the fast meeting, he had written to Mr. Lionel Samson, who is at present in London, requesting that gentleman, previous to his return to the colony, to procure a number of plants, cuttings, and teede of the true Zante Currant of Commerce, so that no mode might be left untried of establishing that valuable vine in this colony. He had also requested Mr. Samson to procure such recent publications on the subject of the vine as might contain useful information. The Secretary re minded the meeting, that one of the most important objects of the Society was to receive reports from its members com municating the result of tbeir experience and observations during the preceding season, in order that useful informa tion relating to the vine might be disseminated for the public benefit. One report ...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 January 1843

*The pupils are 26 in number; 14 boys, and U girls : most of whom, as house-servants, are in the daily employ of the inhabitants of Perth. The girls are divided into two classes, as are also the boys, according to their respec tive ages, which vary from 5 to 16. At the late annual examination in the presence of the Governor and numerous visitors, the pupils exhibited most gratifying proofs of their progress in the rudiments of edu cation. The elder boys and girls read alternately verses trom the New Testament with much fluency, and gave very intelligent answers to questions catechetically put re lative to the subject they had been reading. Tiiey spelt with general correctness words of 2, 3, and eveu 4 sylla bles, and enumerated with rapidity from one to one huu dred. Very creditable specimens of the boys' writing on Mates were then exhibited, as also of the needle-work of the girle,by whom not only their own frocks, but the tunics of the boys, had been made. They evinced equal profi...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 January 1843

£$&: QHIP 'TRUSTY,' John Elsdor ^fljryjk ^ Commander. — Parties wishing u JUDfifif ship wethers to the Mauritius ar- t^^^^K* respectfully informed, that the abov- ship will be ready to receive them on or aboul the 10th January next, and all shippers are re quested to give immediate instructions as to the number intended to be shipped, that all necessary arrangements may be made. Proposed Allowance. — The arrangements are as follow : — 3 lbs. good oat-hay per day is ? 2£d. 1 pint bran ? %d. 2 quarts of water ? |d. 3|d. Provision will be made for 38 days, and all sur plus provender will be sold for the benefit of the shippers. Price per L*ad 14s. F. Mangles & Co,, Agents. SHIP ' TRUSTY,' JOHN ELSDON, COMMANDER. ^cv§^|- nnHE public is respectfully in ^OTPf^k A formed the above ship will sail JftiKgBfr on the 19th or 20th instant, and is '???^wfcnow ready to take in wool, potatoes, And other merchandize. Wethers intended to be shipped must be at Fremantle on the 18th ins...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE COLONIAL POST-OFFICE SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 January 1843

laTe ,1 h^V lm|?VeTent8' a»d ^ Colonies »a\e not been neglected, so /ar as (he rates of ss^^ssrt'' but in '*'* « ™™£ -competency; and bad ZfiSZ? Up£ Si-; .*« a cornet that newspapca S ownt« !'t0 8 !'°6m Pro«n«cuously, to reach -acw.riwe; has done good service by exnnsiZ «ne sweeping cause of irregularities -^ P 8 me ir«tn of UiiB nsswi-tini. . ««j ? . ''?'''') «* wart, ' TIlP PnDf.nR!.. J ? . . . aias. ?mil igg§P§B= the Jh'iiiS ?K1Li'ltef!' *** *fc*«f. «d fmmmm »« bo no d.«U uwor tl,e ,,,«rder of ' S ImT- J d» OolJah Khan commauder of his armv. The Barukz!e Sirdars ben- much dieted will, the Ll,,a J thufSmS ing the son of Amee,, Oollah K!,on to i.» co 'fidenee tolk Stftf- f'p; Bl.Ml -he Barakz-ve Sirflar8 and the m' with their forct-. a so went fn,ti. -?-.. «:._ ? .r.r''» present at the ^w U.e^ny'^ Eu^T, J gS? at the place atoresa.d, and at night returned to the Balk Hissar, leaving Prince Futtch Jung at Seea Suns ? Ind th! same n?ht the kin^ent letters for tl«m™ SiSbtoS royal blood...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE INQUIRER. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1843 [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 January 1843

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1843 The past week has not been productive oFany event calling for particular comment. The re ports of the two Protected of Aborigines have been published in the Government Gazette and will be found in this days journal. They are. in- teresting as recording the habits of this singular people, and as marking the success which lias attended the \ery laudable efforts which have been made lor the spread of civilization among them. Certainly in no one of the Australian colonies has the same care been bestowed on the Aborigines as in this, and as a consequence in none have they remained so peaceable and well inclined. We know of no point in our colonial polity to which we may refer with greater pride, than to the zeal and attention which have of late years characterised the management of the natives rendering them useful servants and allies of the white settlers instead of the turbulent and mis chievous people they hav« been found elsewhere. Among our shipping intel...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 January 1843

I^OR sale, 30 head horned cattle, principally ' cows and heifers, with a superior Devon bull. ALSO,— A first-rate winnowing machine, made to order, with extra riddles. A strong double-purchase crane, complete, suitable for a wharf or warehouse. Apply to A.M. MOULTON. Guildford,Jan. 9, 1843. FOR sale, or to be let on lease, 70 acres of land advantageously situated at Guildford, 20 acres being within the townsite. One-half the purchase-money may remain on mortgage, if required. — Apply to Messrs. Lawrence & Vigors, Perth. ON sale at the office of the Kuthven Press, St. George's Terrace, Perth, printed forms of Government Accounts, Custom-house Forms for the entry of goods subject to ad valorem, duty, Bills of Lading, Deeds of Bargain and Sale of Real Property, &c, &c. Valuable Investment for Capital. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, A MOST valuable plot of building ground situated in a central part of the town of Perth, and being contiguous to the Perth Town Tru...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
REPORTS OF THE PROTECTORS OF ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 January 1843

REPORTS OF THE PROTECTORS OF ABORIGINES. His Excellency the Governor has been pleas- ed to direct the following Reports, received from the Protectors of Natives, to be published for general information. January 4th, 1843. Sir, — I have the honour to submit to you my report of proceedings connected with the natives during the past year. I am happy in having the satisfaction of in- forming his Excellency, on a retrospect of the occurrences of the past year, that during that pe- riod no outrage has been attempted upon the per- son of any settler throughout my district, which extends from the settlements to the north of the Toodyay to Cape Riche on the south coast, a distance of 350 miles. Along the greater part of this extensive line, there is frequent commu- nication, and I have not heard of any but the most friendly intercourse having existed between travellers and the natives inhabiting or frequent ing the neighbourhood of the road. The best proof of this, is the fact of the Postman...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 25 January 1843

TO BE LET, Foi su h a term as mat) be agreed un, A TWO-STORY HOUSE, containing on the lower floor a passage and one room, and on the upper floor two rooms, situate in Adelaide Terrace, Perth. There is a well of p;ood water on the premises. — For further parti culars apply to W. Foster, United Service Tavern, Perth. m CARTING done on moderate terms by JOHN STATSTON, Wellington- street, Perth. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN BANK. rjlHE dividend on the shares in this Bank for JL the half year ending 22nd December last, being at the rale of 22 per cent, per annum on the amount paid up, on application here, will be in course of payment on and alter Tuesday next. liif order of the Board of Directors, R. WELLS, Cashier. Perth, Jan. 7, 1843.

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 25 January 1843

Subscribers are respectfully informed, that tie quarter's subscription to this journal ends with the present number.

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 25 January 1843

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Extract from a Meteorological Journal *«?;?' in the office of the Hon. the Surveyor-daw ol Perth. l)a-e i Therm uar. Wind. WtailierAc Remarks. IH43 ' I Jan. ' | ' IB ; 10 A M ; Si9 30.07 Ely Light airs, clear. i i ! 4 P M | 00 05 | SW Strong sea b«. dear 19 ' 10 AM I 79 18 ! SSW Moderate, cldy. fine. 4 P M I 82 ie i SSW Ditto ditto. 20 j 10 AM ! 75 S4 SSE Mod. b«. fine, clear. I ♦ P M 76 28 SE 'Mod. fine. 81 j 10 A M ' 76 27 j Ely Fresh loud brz. fine 1 | ' 23 I 4 1» M 78 io ' WSW Light tea brz. fine. i I ! 23 10 AM | ga 2B#{-4 njow JFrcsh brz. ctcar. i 4 PM I 79 30.00 SW Strong brz. cloudy 84 10 A M 76 J8 SW Fresh sea brz. fine. ! I I 1 I )

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