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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 May 1866

To Shippers of Stock THE fine new Al barque "CATHÊRÏNE," ^.chartered to convey 2500 sheep »from Guichen Bay (S. A.) to Tien Tain Harbor (N.W.A.,) and under orders to .proceed on to Fremantle from the latter place with all her stock fittings -complete, may be expected to arrive here Jjjtbout the middle of MAY next. ' ' The " CATHERINE" being a spar decked vessel is peculiarly suitable for the conveyance of stock, and will be open to engage for that purpose either to the Northern Settlements, or to a port in India,-or (failing offer of such employ- ment) freight to any other part of the world. Apply to BICKLEY & CO. Fremantle, 13th April, 1866. JOE BOMBAT. THF ROBERT MOEBISON, J. SPINKS, Master, will pro _ceed to the above port on or about the 1st June ; having most of her cargo engaged. This fine ship is an ex- cellent opportunity for shippers of Horses. She has still room unengaged for about She has also excellent accommodation for cabin passengers. Apply to ?* ? O SHENTON, ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 May 1866

p j&ppiiiô fwtelUgjeitt*. í¡ ARRIVALS. May 12.-H. M.'s s.s. Falcon, 751 tons, G. H. Parkin, Esq., commander. Cargo-¿620,000 specie, 1 iron safe, and 8 cases stationery, National Bank; also ¿610,000 specie for Com- missariat. Same day.-Brothers, from Bunbury. 14.-Emma, 116 tons, C. Howard, master, from Port Walcott. Passengers-Messrs. Middleton, Brodie, Cane, Hodgkinson, Bush, Frazer, McKay, Roberts, Hamlin, Smith, Thingood, Murphey, and Pascoe. Same day.-Flying, Foam, from Champion Bay. 17.-Les Trois Amis, 44 tons, Green, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-Messrs. Mann, Messingham, and R. Green. Cargo 50 bags barley, 60 do. flour, 60 do. bran and pollard, 64 sacks wheat, and sundries. Same day.-Speculator, 14 tons, Johnson, master, from Vasse, and Bunbury. Passengers -Mrs. and Miss Bussel, J. Sills, and J. Keenan. Cargo-50 bags potatoes, 8 casks gum, i ton pumpkins, and sundries. Same day.-Swan, 25 tons, O'Grady, master, from Vasse, and Bunbury. Passengers-Rev. Jv Withers...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 May 1866

TREASURY " BILLS. THE Advertisement for Tenders in the Perth Gazette of 11th instant is hereby cancelled. J. W. BOVELL, Deputy Commissary General. For Melbourne. THE schooner DAVIDS JESSIE, MCMICHBN, Master, expected to _ arrive from Singapore in a few days» will sail for the above port as early as possible after arrival. T. & H. CARTER £ Co. Fremantle, May 14, 1866. ? - v . Sale of Allotments in Guildford. ME. T. SUTH WILL sell by Public Auction, by order of the Guildford Town Trust, at the "Stirling Arms," Guildford, on TUES- DAY, the 5th June next, at NOON, THE following allotments in Guildford (unless the rates and all expenses due thereon to the Guildford Town Trust are previously paid), viz.:-^ LOT I. Guildford Allotment No. 3. LOT II. Guildford Allotment No. 6. T.OT III. Guildford Allotment No. 17. LOT IV. Guildford Allotment No. l8. L O T V. Guildford Allotment No. 28. LOT VI, Guildford Allotment No. 93. For particulars and condition of Sale apply to MB. G. F. STONE,...

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THE "EMMA" FROM TIEN TSIN BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 May 1866

THE 'EMMA' FROM TIEN TSIN BAT. The return of the Emma has given us news from Tien Tsin to the 21st ult. Only four sheep died on the voyage up, but the vessel had a narrow escape from being vf recked, having been driven near a reef while lying outside Butcher Inlet, but fortunately escaped without damage. From Mr. Sholl's despatch, which we append, it will be seen that everything at the stations has been progressing favorably, and although but little rain had fallen on the coast line, inland there had been heavy falls. Unfortunately Mr. Sholl had not been successful in finding the mouth of the Fortescue River available for a seaport, the river itself being shallow and no harbour in the neighborhood. The settlers were all in good spirits, and although the Denison Plains Company had been broken up and several of the shareholders have come here in the Emma, we understand it is with the intention of proceeding to Victoria with a view of purchasing stock to return with, Mr. [Cowleds Repor...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 May 1866

BIRTH. THOMSON.-On the 12th inst., the wife of J. G. THOMSON, ESQ., of a,son.

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Mining Reports. The Fortune Copper Mining Company, Limited, 30th April, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 May 1866

ÜVEining Reports. The Fortwne Copper Mining Company, Limited, SOth April, 1866. William Frederick Engine Shaft-50 N.E. end. Driving by 4 men, lode 2ft. wide, composed of lime and spar, with a little lead ore, but nothing to value; this end is within 17 fathoms of the large rich run of lead ore working on in the up- per levels near Samson's whim shaft, which run of lead ore ground I expect to meet with in the month of August next, all being well, 50 S.W. end.-Suspended during the past month, the lode being poor. No. 1 stopes bottom 30 S.W.-Working by 4 men, lode 3ft. wide, producing 2 tons lead and 1 ton copper ore per fathom, of good quality. No. 3 stopes bottom 30 S.W.-Working by 2 men, lode 2 ft. wide, producing le ton lead ore per fathom. No. 2 stopes bottom 30 N.E.-Working by 2 men, lode 3 ft. wide, producing li ton lead ore per fathom. Winze S.E. lode.-Sinking by 2 men, on trial, lode l8 inches wide, producing H ton lead ore per fathom ; this ore has cropped out at the 30 fatho...

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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 May 1866

?oxxt8$8\ut\xtL To the Editor of the Perth Gazette 8ç W.A. Times. SIB,-May I trouble you to insert the follow- ing, for the edification of the Editor of the In- quirer, and all others who have an interest in the question ? The sum of money I offered to Dr. Attfield has not been appropriated to the Poor Box (of which circumstance there is very little doubt the Inquirer is fully aware, as the very fact of its saying " we are not aware that it has been so appropriated," is proof that it is very well informed upon the subject) because the money was not ofered to the poor but to " Bushman's" owner, and upon his refusal to accept it, I as a matter of course, pocketed it. If Dr. A. was so charitably inclined and de- sirous that the poor should receive the benefit of the money, why did he not " have put it in the poor box^' himself ? for he might have known that I was not compelled to do as he "told" (to quote the Inquirer's own word) me. The Inquirer further states that the matter should n...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 May 1866

To the Editor of the Perth Gazette 4* W. A. Times. SIB,-The grievances of the sheep-farmers have formed a prominent feature in your and your contemporary's columns lately, and as I have taken the liberty of addressing you on one' or two occasions before, I trust you will allow me space foi a few words on this subject. What necessity there is for, and what advan- tage is to be derived/row, a Scab Act, I will not presume to judge. The sheep-farmer may naturally be supposed to know a little more of the matter than myself, but at the same time I may be allowed to express an opinion, that \ a heavy fine imposed upon any one who wilfuRy neglects his sheep and thereby injures his neighbor ought to and would meet the case. That sheep-farmers, as a rule, will take as much care of their property as anybody else, I cannot doubt, at all events, if they do not, the first loss will deservedly fall upon themselves, and if their negleet then tends to injure their neighbors' it surely ought to be su...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 May 1866

Pensioner Barracks. TENDEES will be received on FEI DAY,25th instant, at NOON, for Six Mahogany Cell Doors, according to description which will be given by the Clerk of the Works. J. W. BOVELL, Deputy Commissary General. Commissariat, Perth, W. A., 1 May 22,1866. $ Sale by 'A-uotiQU. HESKJ.JJM00DiC0., WILL Sell by Auction at their rooms, ' Henry Street, Fremantle, on THURS- DAY, 31ST MAY : A - ' MISCELLANEOUS ASSOET J\. MENT of goods, consisting of, Brandy, Eum, Kerosene; Oil, Bran, Flour,; Cheese, Tea,,-,'. Treacle, Candles, Brads, 2 cases of Ammunition, and a variety of articles too numerous to mention. ALSO, : A quantity of new colonial-made Furniture, comprising-*-Couches, Sofas, Chairs, Tables (dining and fancy) What- not, &c., Ac Sale to commence at 11 o'clock. Terms at Time of Sale. Fremantle, 25th May, 1866. Now landing ex " David and Jessie" SU P E BIO E CONGOU TEAS, in chests, | do., and j do. MANILLA EOPE. WINDOW CHICKS. VEEANDAH CHICKS. CHINA MATTING. W. PADBUEY,...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 May 1866

- METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Meteorological Register from the 21th April to the 23rd May inclusive : Barometer. 29' Ther. in eh. 15 78 68-07 Bain. 2. - . Í.9 9 2¿3<2 o ts g o g"3 to0*. 12 Vi JJ M ° a SI 1-03 Ti -<<2 3*42 Clouds. IS 24 6 The weather throughout the above period has been highly favorable for the country, and the rainfall herein registered is not perhaps above the average fall through- out the colony. There have however been several sharp frosts which have done some damage to the potato crops. The general health bas been good. There were a few cases of dyssentery in the early part of the month, and to- wards the end of the month one or two cases of low fever, which however were confined to one locality and appeared to have resulted Jrom an impure atmosphere generated by eames which were removable. W. H. KNIGHT. Perth, 24th May, I860.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 May 1866

StÛHrtiifi ¡tttrilijitt«. ARRIVALS. May 19.-Sea Spray, 33 tons, W. Miles, mas- ter, from Champion Bay. Passengers H. Holt, wife and family. Cargo-10 tons guano. . 21.-Favorite, 46 tons, W. Lakey, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Connolly, and Mr. Bastón and son. Cargo -14 bags bran and pollard, &c, &c. Same day.-New Perseverance, 105 tons, W. Owston, master from Batavia Passenger G. Boney. 20.-David $ Jessie, 141 tons, McMichen, master, from Singapore. Passengers-Messrs. Prinsep, Towson, Hind, Hunt, W. Veal, and G. Veal. DEPARTURES. May 19.-Bridgetown, 314 tons, C. Howard, for Shanghai. 21.-Falcon, 250 tons, J. T. Laws, master, for Singapore. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Horden, J. Pidgeon, and B. Bandy. 23.-Clarence Packet, 62 tons, English, mas- ter, for Champion Bay. Passengers-Mrs. Holmes and family. Messrs. Dore, Green C. Connolly and wife. Cargo-38 bags of pota- toes, 1497 posts, 2046 feet timber, 25 boards 21 cases sundries ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 May 1866

. Holloway» Ointment and Pills.-These direct curatives act on the human body as mighty purifiers and healers, whieh slowly, gradually and safely work a change for the 'Better throughout the whole system. The 'Ointment has almost miraculous powers in cleaning and healing old sores and ulcers, which had defied the highest surgical skill ; but perseverance is necessary to attain this end, as it would be unreasonable to expect that any ?ulcer or skin disease which had been firmly rooted in the body for years could be cured in a few days. It'cannot be too much to ask a trial of these noble remedies in any chronic ulcération or other foul wound; in a short . time tiley will-prove their virtues. In Re Seymour Goldsmith Meares. NOTICE is hereby given that by an Indenture bearing date the 11th day of May 1866 and made between Seymour Goldsmith Meares of Auburn Cottage tear York in the Colony of Western Australia Farmer of the first past George Shenton of Perth in said Colony Merchant and Tho...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 May 1866

/J To Shippers of Stock. THE finç new. Al barque "CA THE BINE," chartered to convey 2500 sheep _oom Guichen Bay (S. A.) ta Tien Tain Harbor (ÑVW.A:,) and,under orders to^rocóed on to fremantle from the latter place with all her stock fittings complete, may be expected to arrive here bout the middle of MAY next. The "CATHERINE^ being a spar iced vessel is peculiarly suitable for the conveyance of stock, and will be open to engage for that purpose either to the Northern Settlements, or to a port in India,-or (failing offer of such employ- ment) freight to* any other part of the world. Apply to BICKLEY & CO. Fremantle, 13th April, 1866. IM BOMBIT. THE " . ? ROBERT MORRISON, J. SPINKS, Master, will pro _ceed to the above port on or the 1st June ; having most of her cargo engaged. This fine ship is an ex- cellent opportunity for snippers of Horses. She has still room unengaged for about--. She has also excellent accommodation for cabin passengers. Apply to G. SHENTON, Perth ; Or ...

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JOURNAL OF EXPLORING TRIP FROM NICOL BAY TO THE ASHBURTON RIVER, BY H. W. VENN, RODERIC McKAY, R. FRASER, AND C. CANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 May 1866

JOURNAL OF EXPLORING TRIP FROM NICOL BAY TO THE ASHBURTON RIVER, BY H. W. YENN, RODERIC McKAY, R. FRASER, AND C. CANE. March 12, 1866.-Having everything pre- pared, we had little difficulty in getting away fiona the Nicol River, Cowarinda, at IO o'clock a.m., without any casualty ; thanking Dr. Bayn- ton for his kind assistance in furthering the ex- pedition. After leaving the camp the packs were some little annoyance during the day ; so that we did not reach "Miari" camp, Maitland, till 6 p.m. . 13.-Left camp, after a little delay, at 815 a.m., bearing over Kanarie Water W. 7 miles, that being a portion of a small water-course coming from S.S. W. After watering the hoi ses and replenishing the canteens left again, bear- ing W. by S., to the point of a range running S. Made the noon halt on a dry water-course a little beyond the range, distance 3 miles. Leav- ing here we made over for Rock Spring Creek, and struck it in 4£ miles W. f S. ; but unfortu- nately found no water and were ...

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MR. COWLE'S REPORT. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Port Walcott, 2nd April, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 May 1866

MR. COWLE'S REPORT. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Port Walcott, 2nd April, 1866. SIÄ,-I beg to hand you for transmission to the Honorable the Surveyor General, the fol- lowing Report (with tracing) of my exploration from Roebuck Bay to Port Walcott. Prior to my leaving Roebuck Bay I found it necessary (on account of the reduced number of horses) to leave laborer James Patterson be- hind, he being the heaviest man, and ' the horses not being quite so strong as I wished. Accompanied by Messrs. McRae, Vincent, p.c., Toovey and Williams with a native as instant, I started on Wednesday, the 10th January, from the station of the Roebuck Bay Company, near Cape Villaret at noon, keeping a south-westerly 'course along country that was moderately grassed and well shaded, pas- sing to the westward of Barn and Church hills continued our course till we arrived at a very small inlet north of Cape Gourdon, into which a small ravine extended ; following this ravine for a short distance we came to a beauti- fu...

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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, MAY 25. 1866. Summary for the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 May 1866

tltfttf ê^eit* * W. %. %\m%. " 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, MAY 25, 186&' Summary for the Mail.             BY the blessing of the Almighty the whole of the settled districts of the colony have been favored during the past month with an abundance of rain, setting at rest all fears as to feed for stock, and of the sowing for the ensuing harvest being got through in good time. At Champion Bay the last important operation has been, we hear, already completed, and a greatly increased breadth of land got under crop than on any previous year. Those unfor- tunates who, through the failure of last year were without seed, were liberally furnished by the exertions of some of their brother settlers, an example we hope to see followed elsewhere. In this more southern part of the colony, the plough is merrily at work, lambi...

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VICTORIA PLAINS. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 May 1866

VICTORIA PLAINS. (From our own Correspondent.) A shepherd, attached to the New Norcia es- tablishment, was within an ace of receiving his quietus a week or so ago, from the carelessness of his hut-keeper, who gave him some tea in a pannican which had previously contained a pe- culiar sort of oil, which is used in the place of tobacco-water for the cure of scab, and which had not been scoured out ; no sooner had the shepherd taken a hearty draught of the tea than he was seized with violent pains and vomittings and lay at death's door for a week or ten days after ; however, he is now all right. Now that the Scab Act furore is dying away or settled, could not those gentlemen who have time and inclination (or being " called to the chair," and for proposing resolutions that are " carried unanimously" (which in nine cases out " of ten is the Alpha and Omega of the generality of the meetings held in W.A.), make themselves useful by getting up a fresh movement in the shape of agitating for ...

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THE FENIAN MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 1 June 1866

'THE PENTAN &OVEMÈNT. | Ii " ? A communication, dated March 2, states : The news of the "suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act in Ireland has caused intense sen- sation in Fenian circles, and meetings have been called throughout the country to deter ' mine their course of action. Upon receipt of intelligence, O'Mahony immediately issued a circular from the military department urging the people to be prepared for immediate action and look out for secret orders. The Roberts, faction have also held a meeting. A large Fenian demonstration will take place at Jones's Wood, New York, on Sunday, Maren; 4, to express sympathy with the prisoners in Ireland, and denounce the suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act. Another meeting will be held at the Cooper Institute, New York on 9th March. It is rumoured that on March 17 (St. Patrick's Day) an attack will be made on some importantj?oints in Canada and New Bruns- wick, and that for this purpose Fenians are now collecting quietly in localitie...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 1 June 1866

To the Editor of the Perth Gazette ¡¡ W. A. Times. SIR,-In your issue of the 11th inst. there appeals a letter signed " Northam," in which my name is mentioned, and knowing without a doubt the letter to be written by Mr. Thomas Wilding, the hotel-keeper, I should have let it pass without comment, had he not so falsely accused the Surveyor; it was well known at the Meeting Mr. Hunt took no part whatever. In fact, Wilding's letter is a false statement from the beginning to the end, and his actions are no better than his words, for during my ab- sence about a fortnight since, Mr. Wilduig, with four of his friends, examined my premises, to ascertain where they weuld like a road to pass through my fields for their own benefit. I take this opportunity to suggest to the heads of the departments in- Perth, the neces- sity of a careful examination of the names at- tached to either protest or address from Nor- tham, to ascertain whether they are genuine signatures, for as long as falsehood an...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 1 June 1866

BIRTH. BLAKISTON.-At Beverley, on Wednesday, the 9th instant, the wife of MR. GEORGE JOHN BLAKISTON, of a daughter. MARRIAGE. LLOYD-SINCLAIR.-On the 24th ult., at Newcastle, by the Rev. Charles Harper, JOSEPH MORRIS, youngest son of the late JAMES LLOYD, ESQ., of Fremantle, to CATHERINE, second daughter of JAMES SINCLAIR, ESQ., of   Dumbarton, near Toodyay. No Cards. DEATHS. PATERSON.-At Creaton Hall, Pinjarrah, on Monday, the 21st May, beloved by many, and esteemed by all who knew him, JAMES, the eldest son of N. PATERSON, ESQ.; aged 21 years. GROWSE.-At Newcastle, on the 30th ult., AUGUSTUS SYDNEY GROWSE ; Aged one year and three months.

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