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THE TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 18 June 1875

THE TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. We condensó the following description of this route from a sketch furnished by the special correspondent of the Brisbane Courier : The first few days of the outward voyage, commenced on February 3, were not more eventful than the usual trip to the northern ports of Queensland generally is. There was some slight sickness amongst the passengers after leaving Moreton Bay, but it soon dis- appeared when we got fairly inside the Barrier Beef. In fact, so calm and free from uncomfor- table motion was the voyage from .Rockhampton to Cape York that it was compared by some of the lady passengers to sailing on a river or lake. As we soon arrived at the latitude in which the rainy season prevailed, it became evident that we should have to put up with much incon- venience from the wet. The weather was ex tvemely warm, and at night there was no endur- ing the close cabins, the ports being shut on account of the frequent showers. The Somer- set must be admitted to be une...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 18 June 1875

STEAM to Port ADELAIDE . . and BA CK. R * M.S.S. 'GEORGETTE/ ROBERT SHAND, Commander, will be dis patched for above port from Fremantle, on 12th JULY next at 3 o'clock p.m.,'calliQg at Bunbury, Bus- selton, and Albany, returning from Ade- laide on or about the 10th August, in time to meet the Colonial Mails at Albanv, due there on the 18th August. SALOON FARES : fremantle to Port Adelaide ... 12 guineas. do. do. do. & return 20 do. Albany to do. do. 8 do. do. do. do. & return 14 da STEERAGE FARES: Fremantle to Port Adelaide ... 8 guineas. do. do. do. & return 14 do. Albany to do. do. 4£ do. do. do. do. & return 8 do. For freight or passage apply to .¡Messrs. Crowther & Co., Geraldton. Mr. J. McCleery, Fremantle. " D. A. Hay, Bunbury. " A. Rosselotty, Busselton. Messrs. McKail Se Co., Albany. Fremantle, May 25th, 1875. Barque <L\DY ELIZABETH/ from London. CONSIGNEES by this vessel are re quested to PASS ENTEIES at once. Any goods imp...

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FROM SPEECH OF BISHOP OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 June 1875

FEOM SPEECH OF BISHOP OP MELBOURNE. " Training of Clergy.-The increasing demand for clergy in England through the division of parishes, the building of churches, the multiplication of services, the extension of missionary labor among the heathen possessions of Great Britain, the ampler provision also made for the payment both of curates and incumbents, have rendered it more difficult than ever to procure from home a sufficient supply of thoroughly educated clergy and University men. Those of a different stamp are not acceptable in an active minded, intelligent, earnest population like ours. Inferior men are not wanted ; superior men can with difficulty be got from England. We must, therefore, endeavor to educate ministers ourselves. " Theological Students.-In order to encourage serious young men to fit themselves for the ministry various plans have been devised. It is a part of the foundation of St. Peter's Collegiate School, in return for the grant of «£2,500 made by the Society fo...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 June 1875

¿Shipping anteiligen ce. ARRIVALS-FREMANTLE. Juñe 18th.-Laughing Wave, 161 tons Captain Shaw, from Singapore. Passengers Messrs. G. Thompson, D. Wanliss, and 19 Coolies. Cargo-1098 bags rice, and stores for Coolies ; 4 pkgs, T. Shaw ; 1 case G. Thompson. Put Back-Subhanani with a loss of 26 Horses. DEPARTURES. June 19th.-Glaslyn, 372 tons, Captain Kirk- patrick, for Adelaide, via Geograph Bay. In ballast.

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Country News. GERALDTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 June 1875

Cflinttrjr fUfos. GEEALDTON. Before anything else must come the intelli- gence that this district has been favored with much refreshing rain, again has Providence been kind, one week longer and the consequen- ces to the squatters would have been most runious, however, I am thankful to report the danger has been averted by a copious fall of rain with every appearance of more. What with an influx of illustrious visitors, tea meetings, farewell banquets, presentations to the Rev. T. C. Laurence, who leaves this dis- trict for Albany, the establishment of a tent of the order of Bechabites, &c, we are in a sort of delirium and know not where to begin. The Good Templars held a tea meeting to celebrate their anniversary, when about 200 as- sembled to receive the good things provided for their enjoyment, and listen to the arguments n favor of the craft, amongst the invited guests were the Honorable F. P. Barlee, G. Eliot, Esq. K.M., M, Brown, Esq., M.Ti.C, Challes Crowther, M.L.C., ...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SHIPPING AND MAIL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 June 1875

BY ELECTRIC TE LE O RAPE. SHIPPING AND MAIL INTELLIGENCE. VASSE, June 19.-Albyn's Isle, for New Zea- land, 10 a.rn. A LBANY, June 19th-s.s. Ceylon, from Galle, with English mails, 2-45 p.m. English mail overland for Perth, 6 p.m. 20th-s.s. Ceylon for the colonies. KOJONUP, June 20th-English mail, for Perth, passed 9-30 p.m. WILLIAMS, June 21st.-English mail passed by, for Perth, at 11-50 a.m.

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 June 1875

ZU iBester» australian Oiraes. SOLUM NON MCTTAT GENUS. TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1875. Mr. BAILEE'S speech, at the dinner given in Lis honour by the settlers in the Vic- toria district, at the Greenough Flats, of vhich we give a report in another column, was just might have been expected from him under the circumstances; retaining his opinion on the great political question, lidw before the colony, he neither de- fended it, nor pressed it, in deference to opinions of the present Government. So lbuch for the play of Hamlet with the part of Hamlet left out ; but before we notice other and less delicate subjects, to which he alluded on that occasion, let us ¿o our friends in the Victoria district the justice to say, that they would never have invited the Colonial Secretary to a dinner at which only 20 sat down. Those who know that district will have mentally supplied the necessary correction and for 20 have read, at least 50. Of that district. Mr. BARLEE appears to hold the same opinion that w...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 June 1875

Local and General. THE WEATHER. -The weather seldom con- ducts itself agreeably to any one at this time of the year, . but its behaviour throughout last week was so very reprehensible that we shall be excused if we speak of its discourtesy. Early in the week it "broke," and in doing so it did it spitefully. It commenced with a north-west gale, changed to west with the gale in full force, and then, still in a gale, gave all the points of the compass impartial and, for a time, unremitting attention. Then it took to raining, with alternations of heavy squalls. "And the rain, it raineth every day." Occa-   sionally for an hour the sun would make an attempt to show out with a benficient look, when thick black clouds would rise from the horizon, and, dispersing themselves, would resolve into the elements of wind and water, so that the sun had no chance whatever. On Thursday afternoon, a terrific thunder-storm broke over the town, lasting for a quarter of an hour, or so. The r...

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ARCTIC EXPEDITION OF 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 June 1875

ARCTIC EXPEDITION OF 1875. It may be interesting to our readers to have the account, which we copied from the London Times, of the two vessels now proceeding on their voyage of dis- covery to the Arctic sea, the " Alert" and " Discovery,,r their crews, equipment, <fec, supplemented by a brief retrospect of what has already been done, and what it is proposed to do, to increase our know- ledge of those ice-bound waters which surround the North Pole. The history of scientific research in the Arctic regions dates from the year 1773, when, at the suggestion of the Royal Society, the British Government des- patched Capt. Phipps, afterwards Lord Mulgrave, via Spitzbergen, with whom sailed as it will be remembered, Horatio Nelson ; but previous to that date, in the endeavour to find the short road to the Indies, indicated as possible by Cabot, Hudson, Baffin, and Davis had explored the seas which now bear their names. Phipps failed in penetrating within the 80 parallel ; and it w...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 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 PELL, MERCHANT AND MANUFACTURER, Globe Works, Birmingham. TVTOW running on the run of the under il signed, one CHESTNUT COLT, age about 3 years, branded 2M near side, under saddle. If not claimed in time allowed by law, will be sold to defray expenses. HOWARD & SHENTON, Mungarra Hall, Tallyerang District. Mungarra, May 26th, 1875. 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. j . VV . JJE N S O N, WATCH AND CLOCK, MAKER, GOLDSMITH, SILVERSMITH, AND ARTISTIC METAL WORKER. PRIZE MEDALIST OF THE LOUDON, DUB- LIN 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 EN...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 June 1875

v^^ S. S. " GEORGETTE SAILÍ3 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. " 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. SE All shippers of cargo must have a -4feipping 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 POETS and AGENTS. CONNOR & McKAY, Fremantle, May 13,1875. Northam Farmers Club, A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of the members will take place in the Mechanics Hall, Jon WEDNESDAY the 7th July next, at 2 p.m., when a full attendance of members and the publ...

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REVIEW. ARCHBISHOP VAUGHAN ON "HIGHER EDUCATION." (From the Argus). [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 June 1875

REVIEW. ARCHBISHOP VAUGHAN ON "HIGHER EDUCATION."* {From the Argus). In the present ferment of the public mind on questions of education, and the interest awakened by any discussion of the relation of the Roman Catholic Church to modern enlightenment and progress, the address de- livered by Archbishop Vaughan to the students and friends of St. John's College, Sydney, is opportune. Moreover, the edu- cational politics of the sister colony of New South Wales are so similar to our own, being only one short stage behind, that these episcopal views on the principles of intellectual and moral training will serve just as well for Victoria. Indeed the pamphlet, with the ex- ception of a few concluding paragraphs, might have been written in Italy or Ireland, so little does it contain that is at all specially apposite to the condition of higher education in Australia. Archbishop Vaughan is at once too able and too polite to descend to the ecclesiastical Billingsgate that is bandied about from...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 June 1875

THE LITTLE STRANGER. THE IMPROYED LITTLE ' STRANGER, HAND LOCK-STITCH (SHUTTLE) THE "MS8EÏ and Co's New Family Silent Sewing Machine (Shuttle), THE NOISELESS TUDOE, For Tailoring and. Manufacturing (Shuttle,) . Wheeler and Wilson's Machines. MERCHANT AND STTTPPTSRS SUPPLIED. London Office: O. E. Wilson, 29, Falcon Square, London, E. O. England. fgg0 MESSES. NUSSEY & PILLING- undertake the Purchase for Foreign Buyers of all classes of British Made ENGINES, MACHINERY, HARDWARE, WOOLNEN AND SOFT GOOLS. ->ê Dysentery, Cholera, Fever, Ague, Coughs, Colds, ka. IDir. J". Oollis Browne's (Ex Array Med. Staff.) OHLOEODT1ME IS THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE. - CAUTION.-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 discoverer ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 June 1875

STEEMAFS SOOTHING POWDERS. FOR Children Cutting Teeth. Caution to Purchasers. The value of this well known Family Medicine has been largely tested in all parts of the world, and by all grades ot society, for upwards of FIFTY YEABS. Its well-earned extensive sale has in- duced SPIJEIOUS IMITATIONS, some of which in OTJTWAED APPEAEANCE so closely resemble the original as to have deceived many purchasers. The proprietor therefore feels it due to the public to give a special caution against the use of SUCH IMITATIONS. Purchasers are therefore requested carefully to observe the four following distinctive characteristics, without which none are genuine :- * 1st.-In every case the words JOHN STEEDMAN, CHEMIST, WALWOETB, SUEEEY, are engraved on the Government Stamp affixed to EACH PACKET. 2nd.-Each SINGLE POWDEE has directions for the dose, and the words John Steedman, Chemist, Walworth, Surrey, printed thereon. 3rd.-The name Steedman is always spelt with two EE's. 4th.-The manufacture is c...

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COMPLIMENTARY FAREWELL DINNER, GIVEN TO THE HON. F. P. BARLEE, BY THE SETTLERS OF THE GREENOUGH AT LUCAS' HOTEL, ON THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE THE 10TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 June 1875

COMPLIMENTARY FAREWELL DINNER, GIVEN TO THE HON. F. P. BARLEE, BY THE SET- TLERS OF THE GREENOUGH AT LUCAS' HOTEL, ON THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE THE 10TH. C. CROWTHER Esq , M.L.C. the mem- ber for the district in the Chair, with the Hon. the Col. Secretary on his rjWht, ¡ and supported by the Acting R. M. Mr. Fairbairn, on his left The Vice-Chairs were occupied by Mr. Maley, supported by the R.M. of Geraldton, and Mr. Wal- deck, supported by Mr. Smythe, Amongst I the gentlemen present were M. Brown9 . Esq., M.L.C., M. Logue, Esq., J. S. Davis, Esq., T. Burges, Esq., C. B. Eliot, Salmon, Wanliss, C. D.Foss, Esq., Mr. Smythe, Mr. T. Clinch, Mr. W. Waldeck, Mr. Levy, Mr. Palmer, Capt. Shand, Dr* Scott, Messrs. J. Majir, H. Harradine, P. C. Eliot, M. Hosken, J. Victor, J. Peri juan, J. Jones, R. Lucas, J. Rosenthal, R. Bell, J. Bell, Timperley, DuBoul&y, D. Desmond, M. Downes, H. Cooke, J. Cousins, E. Smith, J. Kenney. After having done justice to the good things provided, the Chair...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 June 1875

TO CORRESPONDENTS. 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 foi non-insertion. We are obliged to defer correspondense from Newcastle and York &c, until Friday for want of space.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 June 1875

STEAM to Port ADELAIDE and BACK. B. M.S.S. 'GEORGETTE,' ROBERT SHAND, Commander, will be dis patched for above port from Fremantle, on 12th JULY next at 3 o'clock p.m., calling at Bunbury, Bus- selton, and Albany, returning from Ade- laide on or about the 10th August, in time to meet the Colonial Mails at Albany, due there on the 18th August. SALOON FARES: Fremantle to Port Adelaide .... 12 guineas. do. do. do. & return 20 do. Albany to do. do. 8 do. do. do. do. & return 14 do. STEERAGE FARES: Eîsàïiantle to Port Adelaide ... 8 guineas. do. do. do. & return 14 do. Albanyto do. do. 4£ do. do. do. do. & return 8 do. For freight or passage apply to .Messrs. Crowther & Co., Geraldton. Mr. J. McCleery, Fremantle. " D. A. Hay, Bunbury. " A. Rosselotty, Busselton. Messrs. McKail & Co., Albany. Fremantle, May 25th, 1875. Sale of Household Furniture. G. F. WILKINSON & Co. HAVE been favored with instructions from the Hon. F. P. BARLEE (w...

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Police News. PERTH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY 16TH JUNE, 1875. (Before E. W. Landor, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 June 1875

Police News.   PERTH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY 16TH JUNE, 1875. (Before E. W. Landor, Esq., P.M') Thos. Hamlet, charged by p.c. Connor, with loitering about the town, and not proceeding to work with Mr. D. Gray, in virtue of his en- gagement, was sent to prison for two months. Aaron Sharpe, and Christopher Calvert, were charged with absconding from the Guildford District last April, intending to get to Adelaide, but having committed a few depredations at the Williams and Albany, the police very soon put a stop to their progress at the latter place, where they were awarded eighteen months each for the robbery in that District, and after- wards returned to the Williams where they received a similar sentence. His Worship now ordered them an additional term of three months each for absconding, cumulative on the sentences already named-making altogether, for their excursion, three years and three months each. -- Dunlop, baker, charged by p.c. Dono- van, with being drunk, and m...

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THE WAR CLOUD IN EUROPE. (New York Herald, April 13.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 25 June 1875

THE WAE CLOUD IN EUROPE. ] - < (New York Herald. April 13.) Although a case for war cannot be seen on j the European horizon, there are, no doubt, many inimical signs that an overburdened * brain might torture into threatening spectres. I j Perhaps the conferonce of the Emperor of Austria and the King of Italy is more political than has been given out; and now we learn, alac, that the programme by which the Emperor William was to have gone to Italy has been changed, and that visit is given up. Are the kindly relations of Austria and Italy brought about by the pressure of common apprehension ? They would not dare just yet to make the tine cause of their kindliness known if this be it : but it is pretty clear that the aggressive ten- dencies of the northern Power have some relation to this effect. Prussian remon- strances, it is well known, were made at Borne on the subject of the Pope, and it was suggested to Italy that the law of the Papal guarantees was too liberal towar...

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REVIEW. ARCHBISHOP VAUGHAN ON "HIGHER EDUCATION." (From the Argus). [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 25 June 1875

REVIEW. ARCHBISHOP VAUGHAN ON "HIGHER EDUCATION."* (From the Argus). Of the happy results of Papal inspection of the various European universities in the golden age before the Reformation, a fact to which our author gleefully testifies, we cannot but remain profoundly sceptical while we have a Lecky on our shelves, and know that it was the revolt of the human mind from the fetters imposed by the Papacy to which we owe the liberty and the culture of these modern days, which, looked at through the Archbishop's spectacles, are so shockingly pagan. Taking the following passages in connexion with the well-known fact that the educational standard is invariably lower in Catholic than in Protest- ant countries, we get a charming view of the erroneous impression which this treatise will produce upon the minds of the faithful whose history is cooked for them at St. John's College. .« What she" (the Papacy) "did in ,the past, 8 he repeats this very hour in which we live. It is not merely the s...

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