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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 31 August 1849

On Sale at the Stores of the TJnder signedj Fremantle. JEx 'Merope,' 'Waterlilly? and'Henrietta? COGNAC BRANDY in hhds. and qr. Casks, West India Rum, Geneva in hhds. and cases, Booth's Old Tom in hhds. qr.-casks and cases, Currants, Refined Su- gar, Mauritius ditto., Tire Iron, Best Bolt ditto, Hoop Iron and Rivets, Sheet Lead, Window Glass, Cut Decanters, Wine Glasses and Tumblers, Hops, Eine Hour, Crockery of every description, Sets" of China, Watertight Boots, Wellington ditto., Blucher ditto, Navy Blue Prints, Calico, Drill and Jean, Corn Sacks, Tin- ware of all kinds, Nails, Ou and Turpen- tine, Oats, Split Peas, Copper Saucepans, ditto Stewpans and Skillets, Warren and Russel's| Blacking, Enammealed Coppers, Weights, Grindstones, &c, &c. J. W. DAVEY. Fremantle, August 28,1849. "GERALDINE MINE." TENDERS will be received on or before the 1st October next, by the Trus- tees, for raising and carting 100 TONS of ORE, to be delivered at such places as the Trustees m...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 31 August 1849

STANLEY BREWERY. ALE, of a nutritious quality and good body superior to imported»4 per hhd. BROWN STOUT, quality much appre- ciated, £4 per hhd. FINE LIGHT ALE, suitable for In- valids, Nurses, &c, in bottles, at 5s. per .dozen. And small packages, at Is* 6d. per gal- lon, delivered to any part of Perth. mr All packages to be returned. MALT YEAST supplied fresh at the 13rewGry, at 3d. per pint. J. STOKES. York, July 15,1849._ To Shippers of Sandal-wood, &c. ANTHONY CURTIS bega to inform the Public that he will receive, cart, and store Sandal-wood and other Goods, and SHIP the same, at the following rates: In Gage's Eoads . per ton... 9s. " Owen's Anchorage " 11s. " Cockburn Sound... " 15s. Landing, carting, and storing at the same rates. N.B.-Wool carted, stored, and shipped by Curtis & Yelverton, and pressed, if re- quired, on reasonable terms. Sandal-wood or other goods remaining in store over 3 months, will be charged 3d. *$? ton, per week after that time ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 31 August 1849

Shipping Intelligence. SAILED.-On the 2$th inst., the colonial schoo- ner Champion, for the outports and S. Australia» Passengers-Miss Clifton, Miss Grlynn, Mr. and Mrs. Camfield, Mr. Gregory, Messrs. Harper, Lu- kin, and Tomkinson, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sholl and three children. The schooner Hewietta was to sail yesterday for S. Australia.

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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The Government Gazette. TUESDAY, August 28, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 31 August 1849

The Government Gazette. TUESDAY, August 28,1849. Contains the following appointments : 3T. Slade, Esq. to be Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages for the distriet of Toodyay. T' Little, Esq. to be a Magistrate of this Terri tory. Mr. M. Clarkson to be Postmaster at Toodyay. The Gazette also contains proclamations for the ?ale on Wednesday, the 26th September, of the following Town allotments : At Albany, Building Allotments B Nos. 33 and 84.- Upset price £10 each. At Perth, Guildford Town Allotment No. 16. Upset price £3. EEPOEÎ OF MCENSES ISSUED. Depasturing Licenses. Aug. 6 to Dec. 31.-1). Macpherson & Co. 20,000 acres, Melbourne. Aug. 21.-Messrs. Burges, 20,000 acres, Avon. Timber Licenses. Aug. 13-John Fleay, 2 men, 1 month " 16-George Wall, ditto " 24-George Embleton, ditto.

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lecture by Dr. Robinson, on the Telescopic Appearance of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 31 August 1849

Lecture by Dr. Robinson, on the Telescopic Appearance of the Moon. At the meeting of the Belfast National History, and Philosophical, Society, on Wednesday evening which was very large- ly attended-Dr. Stevelly in the chair Dr. Bomney Bobinson, Astronomer Boyal, Armagh, delivered a lecture on " the physical characteristics of the moon's surface, as exhibited by recent telescopic observations. He commenced by advert- ing to the agency of the moon in causing the tides, rendering the sea capable of sustaining animal life, and equalising tem- perature by its surface streams flowing from the hot region-replaced by the cold streams underneath, flowing from the poles. He then explained the value of the moon's movements in determining the longitude ; alluded to the speculations of the ancients respecting the lunar economy, and proceeded to state that there were three points of difference between the moon and the earth. 1st. While the earth revolved round its axis in twenty four hours, thus ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 31 August 1849

Miscellaneous. AN EMIGRANT.-Tom Cook was eating oysters, and he took one into his mouth that was not quite fresh, but not liking to eject it, he resolved to swallow it. On ta- king another in his shell, a bystander ob- served-"Tom, that's a fine native." "I'm mighty glad, said Tom, " for the last was a settler." There is a story current, that when the present pope was a youth, and in the guardia nobile at Rome, he fell deeply in love with a beautiful English girl. She refused his suit, although he was handsome young, and noble, on account of the differ- ence of religion, and he took the matter so much to heart that he retired to a convent, became an ecclesiastic and eventually pope. A DECENT BBIBE.-I have been inform- ed that the sum of 800,000,000 reals (£80, 000,) has been offered to Cabrera by the Government, to induce him to abandon the cause of the Count de Montemolin, in ad- dition to the recognition of his rank in the army, his titles of nobility, and the Captain Generalship ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Military Affairs. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 31 August 1849

Military Affaira. We understand that it is probable this colony will shortly be deprived of the va- luable military services of the Command- ant, Lieut.-Ool. Irwin, who has had leave of absence (it is said, unsolicited) trans- mitted to him by the home authorities ; if this report be correct, we may conceive it to be a gentle hint that it is considered his supervision of our military affairs, can be dispensed with. It is melancholy to think of the great loss which the nurse- maids and children of Perth are likely to sustain, in being henceforth deprived of the gratification of periodically witnessing the splendid horsemanship of the worthy Commandant, when elad in martial attire, and mounted on his prancing charger, with the plumes of his cocked hat dancing in the wind to the tune played by his trusty sword ringing against the spurs on his heels, he proudly reviews the half-dozen men forming our military guard. "We re- member wrhen we were once accidentally present at the conclusion...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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The Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 31 August 1849

The Colonies. On Tuesday, the 20th February, in the House of Commons, Mr. H. Baillie moved for a select Committee to inquire into the grievances complained of in the Crown co- lonies of Ceylon and British Guiana, and to report to the House whether any mea- sures can be adopted for the better admi- nistration and government of these depen- dencies. The hon. member said he was prepared to prove a general charge of in- efficiency against the Colonial Office. It was no matter how active,energetie, or well disposed the man who administered the affairs of the colonies might be, his efforts were counteracted by the Colonial Office. But it was not a charge of inefficiency alone that he was prepared to make against the Colonial office : he indicted it of ty- ranny and oppression, and he w«s ready to substantiate against it the accusation of I wasteful, extravagant expenditure, and of | general misgovernment. Mr. BailhVs motion appears to have at- tracted unusual attention. On the debate upon...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GLEANINGS FROM LATE ENGLISH JOURNALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 31 August 1849

GLEANINGS FROM LATE ENGLISH JOURNALS. Since our last publication, additional in- telligence, up to the 25th April, received by way of the Mauritius, has been pub- lished ; we give the principal items to- gether with some other extracts : The Schleswig-Holstein war again com- menced on the 3rd April ; the Germans had since obtained an advantage over the Danes. On the 21st of April, the thanks of both houses of Parliament were voted to the Governor General, the Commander-in Chief of India, and to the officers and troops, for the services rendered by them. On the same day the Hon. East India Company, in a special Court, had by the mouth of their chairman, complimented in a similar manner their gallant de- fenders. The second trial by jury of Mr. Duffy has ended in a defeat of the Crown lawyer again. He is out on bail, and will not pro- bably be tried again. The French expedition in aid of the cause of restoration in Italy sailed from Marseilles on the 22nd April. In Tuscany, the good s...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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States of Italy. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 31 August 1849

States of Italy. King Charles Albert has abdicated the throne of Sardinia, consequent on the dis- astrous termination of the battle of Nova- ra, on the 24th March, in favour of his eldest son. An armistice had been con- cluded between the new King and Mar- shal Eadetzky, and the following are re- presented to be the definite bases of the treaty offered by the cabinet of Vienna to Piedmont :-" An offensive and defensive alliance with Austria; a contribution of 100,000,000 of francs, in exchange for which the Duchies of Parma and Piacenza are to be annexed to Piedmont ; an uncon- ditional amnesty in favor of the Lombards and Venetians ; an Italian congress to or- ganize a confederation of all the Italian States, under the patronage of Austria, of which Milan is to be the seat ; the votes of each are to be divided as follows-Lom- bardy and Venice, 10 votes ; Naples, 10 ; Piedmont, 10; Eome, 6; Tuscany, 3; and Modena, 2 ; the re-establishment of the Pope and the Grand Duke of Tuscany; t...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 31 August 1849

Perth Town Trust. I^HE opérations of the above Trust ha - ving been much impeded of late by the non-payment of the Bates chargeable Upon the allotments in Perth,-I hereby give notice that unless the amounts so due be paid to the Collector, J. P. Watts, ap- pointed for that purpose, within,fourteen (14) days of the present date, that proceed- ings for the recovery of the'same will be instituted against defaulters, under the provisions of the Act of Council 10th Vic. No. 10. H. L. COLE, Chairman. Perth, July 26, 1849. The Australasian, Colonial, and» General Life Assurance and Annuity Company. 1, Leadenhall Street, London. CAPITAI, £200,000, IN 2,000 SHAKES. Directors. E. Barnard, Esq. F.R.S. J. Bloxham Elin, Esq. Robert Brooks, Esq. Charles E,Mangles,Esq. Henry Buckle, Esq. Bichará Onslow, Esq. John H. Capper, Esq. William Walker, Esq. Trustees . E. Barnand, J. H. Capper, & II. Thomson, Esqra> Auditors. James Easton and C. Richardson, Esqrs. Sankers.-The Union Bank of Lond...

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THE INDEPENDENT JOURNAL. "Vox populi, vox Dei." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 7 September 1849

THE INDEPENDENT JOURNAL. "Voxpojpuli, vox Dei" PRlí^7sEPTEÍÍBER^7ri8(l9. WE learn, that after the ensuing shearing season several flockowners intend to leave their present stations, and resort to the country round Champion Bay. This is a movement which we have for some time anticipated as being likely to taire place, and we can have little doubt that it will be the commencement of an extensive emi- gration northward. A correspondent of our contemporary, signing himself "A Townsman," suggests that the new country should be laid out in 80 acre sections, or on the Wakefield sys- tem with some little modification. We cannot see any reason why this plan should be resorted to ; we consider it will be far preferable to allow settlers to purchase what quantities they may require, accord- ing to the system now in use in this por- tion of the colony ; always supposing that no remission certificates be received in payment. "A Townsman" says that South Australia has prospered on the Wakefield s...

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Continental Influence of the Jews, [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 7 September 1849

Continental Influence of the Jews, If the position of Christian nations is peculiar, that of the Jews is altogether un- precedented. They are now fairly within the stream of European history. They are exerting almost the same influence now on politics and literature which they have done for centuries on commerce. They are everywhere to be seen on the fore- ground, taking the plaee which their great natural abilities and energy of character are sure to procure for them in such an age as the present. Jewish money and Jewish talent have been at work in all the late revolutions. Nay, out of the mouth of a Jew came the word wnich set Europe in a blaze. AB is well known, Cremieux was the means of preventing the procla- mation of the young Duke of Orleans in the streets of Paris immediately on the abdication of his grandfather. Ile coun- selled, that this should take place with the consent, and through the medium, of the Chambers. He then hurried off through byeways, and communicated the i...

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DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 7 September 1849

DIARY. MEMOEASTDA TO JSBXT PUBLICATION. SEPTEMBEB SUN rises, sets. 7 FEIDAY 6 13 5 47 8 SATUEDAY 6 12 5 48 9 SUNDAY, 14iÄ af. Trin. 6 11 5 49 10 MONDÂT; , 6 10 5 50 11 TUESDAY . . ' 6 9 5 51 12 WEDNESDAY 6 9 5 52 13 THUBSDAY 6 8 5 53 MOON, last qr., 10th, 37m. past 2 morn.

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 7 September 1849

Perth Town Trust. THE operations of the above Trust ha- ving been much impeded of late by the non-payment of the Rates chargeable upon the allotments in Perth,-I hereby give notice that unless the amounts so due be paid to the Collector, J. P. Watts, ap- pointed for that purpose, within fourteen (14) days of the present date, that proceed- ings for the recovery of the same will be instituted against defaulters, under the provisions of the Act of Council 10th Vic. No. 10. H. L. COLE, Chairman. Perth, July 26,1849. CARTING TIMBER. PARTIES willing to contract for the Cartage of Timber from Mahogany Creek, or there-abouts, to the Steam Miil at Guildford, are requested to send their tenders, stating the price per load of fifty feet, (if by letter post-paid,) to Mr. G. Shenton, Perth. CUTTING TIMBER. PARTIES willing to contract for the Cutting of Timber on the York Road, are requested to send in their tenders to Mr. G. Shenton. The price to be stated at per load of 50 feet,-and the timber...

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An American's Notions of England. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 7 September 1849

An American's Notions of England. Balph Waldo Emerson lectured before the Boston Mercantile Library Associa- tion, December 27th, "On England," giv- ing the results of his observations during his recent visit. He appears to have de- rived strongly favorable impressions of the English character : He spoke of the steady balance of the qualities of their nature as their grand characteristic, and the secret of their suc- cess. Everything in England betokens life. The land and climate are favorable to the production and preservation of good men. He referred to the elements of that power which the English now hold, and have held for centuries. After look- ing at her manufactories, scattered all over the land, her commerce, her agricul- ture, her arts, and witnessing the stupen- dous results which have been wrought out, one is convinced, that if he would see the best development of common sense, (the standard sense,) he must go to England to witness it. The land, in every part so like a ga...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 7 September 1849

To the holders of Stoclç running in the York» Northam, and Toodyay, Districts. MR. GEORGE SKINNER, Cattle Salesman and General Commission Agent, begs to state that he intends visit- ing the above districts during the present month of September, and will be prepared to execute any orders he may be entrusted with, for letting out, drawing off shares, or selling of Stock, on reasonable terms. Perth, Sept. 6,1849. BAZAAR For the Benefit of the Perth Colonial Schools, AND Under the Patronage of The Governor and Mrs. MitzGeralda THE 'Committee of Ladies for the Perth Girls and Infants Schools, beg to notify that a BAZAAR, for the sale of various articles of utility and ornament, will be held on Tuesday, the second day of October next, at the New School House, Perth, under the above patronage, and to be superintended by Mrs. FitzGerald, and the other Ladies of the Committee. The money to arise from such sale to be ap- plied in aid of the Funds of the Perth Co- lonial Schools. The Committee...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 7 September 1849

ing Intelligence. »T« ARRIVED.-- On the 2nd inst., the cutter ¡Typo, from Bunbury and the Vasse. Jp HAEBOB.-J-The schooners Empress and^He» rîêUa and the cutter Typo. VESSELS EXPECTED.-The brig Arpenteur and 1 brigautine Emma Skerratt from 'Singapore in be- ginning of October ; Champion from S. Australia. - , i, The, schooner Senrieffa smiled on the 31st ult., for S. Australia, but returned again on the 4th instant; yre understand she had not taken in suf- fi eienfc ballast tb keep her in trim. ' ' ''

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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The Plunder of Moultan. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 7 September 1849

The Plunder of Moultan. The annexed graphic description of the general appearance of Mooltan, after it passed into our hands, from the corres- pondence of the Delhi Gazette, affords, perhaps, the best idea that could be given: " The day before yesterday, (Jan. 24,) Major Wheeler commenced his researches for the reputed wealth contained within the walls. He was accompanied on the occasion by an old bed-ridden Mistree of Sawun Mull's time. Thus was a clue obtained to the whereabouts of those vast subterranean storehouses of which we have heard. The principal of these were point- ed out in the open ground within the cita- del, as also among the ruins of the explo- sion. Some of these contain a large amount of silks, others ghee and grain stored up in the lifetime of the late dewan's father. There is also a great collection of opium, indigo, &c, worth a large sum of money. Two or three lacs of rupees were blown up with the vast chaos of valuables ; when the rubbish shall have be...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. (From the Home News, April 25.) Great Britain. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 7 September 1849

EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. (From the Home News, April 25.) Great Britain. > . The weather had much-,added, to. the horrors of the past fortnight: "we Have had a second winter in all its attributes-: deep snow and killing frost. "These are attributed to the influence of opposing electric " currents ; .and4,'her majesty the moon has been fairly deposed, like other potentates ; she no longer rules the wea- ther, which has quite ruined the holiday time, and thrown a gloom over all." The thermometer fell some degrees below the freezing point-to 28. The commercial letter of the Home Netos dated April 24, contains the following pas- sages : " The Easter holidays consumed a few days a» customary ; and the continued blockade of several important ports in Europe, has so reduced the demand for exportation, that our colonial and other markets have been very dull, and prices have had a downward tendency. " The manufacturing districts are feeling the ill effects of the blockade. From Manchester th...

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