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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 December 1864

3» 3" SOUTH AUSTRALIA. By the kindness of our Fremantle Cor- respondent we have copies of the Register to the 5th instant. The second expedi- tion to Adams Bay, North Australia, sailed on the 29th ult., in the steamer South Australian, via Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane ; it comprised three officers and thirty-eight men, many of the latter belonging to respectable families in the colony ; there were also two or three pri- vate passengers. The following remarks upon this new expedition are culled from articles in the Register : NOETHERN EXPEDITION. If a colony could be established by Go- vernment employés, there would be no doubt as to the success of North Aus- tralia. It appears that many hundreds of young men, belonging chiefly to the middle class of this community, are quite ready to colonise the new country for the remuneration of five shillings per day. For this pay they are willing to bind themselves as'labourers under Mr. Fin- niss, and to do the rough work of tibe settlement...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 December 1864

For London Direct. To Sail about the 10th January, 1865. T H E beautiful Clipper Ship DAYLIGHT,   built by Messrs. James Laing,   of Sutherland, under Lloyd's special survey and classed A 1 for 13 years, 629 tons Register, Henry Charles   Pearce, Commander, (late of the Tartar and Robert Morrison.) This Ship has very superior accommo- dation for Passengers, the Poop being constructed on the Iron Frame principle, by Messrs. Mackie & Brodie, of London, under the immediate superintendence of the managing owner. For freight or passage apply to C. A. MANNING, Fremantle, Or G. SHENTON, Perth. Fremantle, Oct. 31, 1864. FIRST WOOL SHIP FOR LONDON! THE splendid clipper barque ZEPHYR, A1, 12 years, EDMUND EL- LIOTT, commander, for London   direct, having the whole of her cargo en- gaged, and now loading, will have quick dispatch. This highly-classed vessel is expected to make a fast passage. Has good accommodation for passengers. For...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 December 1864

^mxn% %utíüí$mt. AKEIVALS. November 23.-Speculator, 14 tons, Goss, master, from Banbury. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Forrest, and 20 others. 26.-Wild Wave, 28 tons, Cross, master, from Bunbury. Passengers-W. Ammersley, W. Smith, Mrs. Smith, Bev. Meares, and 2 others. Cargo-375 bags potatoes, 30 kegs butter, 6 bales wool, and sundry pkgs. 28.-r-Brig Nile, 164 tons, J. Walker, master, from Melbourne, Adelaide, and King George's Sound. Passengers-Messrs. Walker & Brown. 29.-Favourite, 46 tons, Lakey, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-Mrs. Logging and family, A. Walker, and 7 native prisoners. Cargo-40 bags flour, 81 ditto bran and pollard, 1 pkg. tools, 43 bags barley. 30.-Les Trois Amis, 44 tons, Green, master, from Champion Bay. Passenger-Mr. G. Green. Cargo-30 bags barley, 8 hides, 11 bdles. sheep- skins, 1 bale wool, and sundry pkgs. Same day-Mystery, 16 tons, Hedland, master, from DeGrey Biver and Champion Bay. Pas- sengers-Messrs. B. Withnall, J. McCourt, Jones, and Herd....

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PHYSICAL CHANGES RESULTING FROM AUSTRALIAN COLONISATION. CHANGE IN CLIMATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 December 1864

PHYSICAL CHANGES RESULTING   FROM AUSTRALIAN   COLONISATION.   BY W. LOCKHART MORTON. CHANGE IN CLIMATE. In reference to the singular and well known facts, and pastures which were for some years after the first settlement of the colony admirably fitted for sheep, but which can be no longer occupied with sheep continually liable to diseases of the   feet, the following explanation may be given - trampling of stock has rendered the surface soil less absorbent. Slightly undulating or flat tracts of land thus now retain in pools or clay-pans a large portion of the rain water which desends upon them, whilst great quantities of water, flowing slowly from more rising ground, keep the general surface for many months almost constantly wet. These changes produce diseases amongst sheep, which are attaked by foot-rot, fluke, and worms, to such an extent that it is impossible to keep them. A very large area of this colony is now unfit to mainta...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 December 1864

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.   WILLIAM PROCTOR, the person who for up- wards of eight months has been confined in the Bunbury lock-up, by the authority of Mr. G. Eliot, the Resident Magistrate, upon a warrant granted for his arrest on the ground that he was a debtor about to leave the colony, was brought up to Perth on Saturday last, under a writ of Habeas Corpus obtained by his Counsel, Mr. E. W. Landor. On Tuesday he was taken by the police officer to whom the writ was directed, Corporal Dale, before His Honor the Chief Justice when his Counsel ap- plied for his immediate discharge, upon the ground that he was now, and had been for eight months illegally in custody. The Crown Solicitor Mr. G. W. Leake, opposed the dis- charge, but the prisoner was ordered by the Chief Justice to be set at liberty, inasmuch as he had been wrongfully detained in a place which was not one of the Common Jails of the Colony. There are curious stories afloat as to the treatment received by a debto...

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FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 December 1864

FREMANTLE. (From our mon Correspondent.) The Landwuhrden 14 day3 out from Mel- bourne, in ballast, anchored in Gage's Roads at 12 o'clock p.m., on Friday, she will at once take in a cargo of sandalwood and proceed direct to Hong Kong. The Governor having signified his wish to inspect the Enrolled Pensioners and Volunteers the combined forces under Captains Finnerty and Manning were turned out on Saturday afternoon, and paraded before His Excellency who expressed himself highly pleased with their efficiency. About 6 o'clock a.m. on Monday, the water policeman on duty observed a two-masted boat manned by 2 men crossing the bar, but think- ing that probably it was some fishing party from Perth he did not take particular notice of j it; shortly afterwards information was re- ceived from Perth that two prisoners had es- caped, when the Superintendent of Water Police manned his boat and gave chase ; the boat had atwo hours start and was then steering nearly due north, and running right be...

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BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT. Copy of a letter received from Messrs. GORDON AND GOTCH. Dated Melbourne, July 25, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 December 1864

BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT. Copy of a letter received from Messrs. GORDON AND GOTCH. Dated Melbourne, July 25,1864. " DEAR SIR,-We have found out that there has been a considerable trade doing in COUNTERFEITING TOUR PILLS. That a man (whose name we know) made for a certain person a machine, rolling out one hundred and fifty Pills at once. That labels were printed, and dispatched up the country in great numbers, by one Boulton (we are informed). He failed about three weeks ago, and the machine was offered to a friend of ours for sale, which we suspect is at work somewhere. What can we do for you in this matter ? Something should be done at once. If we were sure you would approve of it, we would set the Detectives at work, and soon ferret the nest out. "Weare, &c, (Signed) GORDON & GOTCH.' IN many places abroad the Govern- ment stamp to these medicines has lately been forged, and affixed to an immense quantity of spurious Ointment and Pills, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 December 1864

>lw& COMMISSARIAT. Annual Supplies. To commence on 1st April, 1866. PERSONS disposed to offer Tenders for Annual Supplies, are referred to the printed notice, dated 1st November last, which may be seen at the Commissariat Offices at Perth, Fremantle and, Guild- ford, and also by application to the Offi- cers in charge of Convicts at out-stations, and they are requested to examine the notice carefully as it is the basis on which the contracts will be made. Negrohead Tobacco is not specified in the notice, but tenders for it are invited from all stations except Perth and Fre- mantle. The Tenders (in duplicate) will be received until noon on THÚES DAY, the 15th instant. NOTE.-Tenderers are requested to write the nature of the Tenders on the envelope; endorse the envelope of the Tender, thua-" Tenders for Fresh Meat at Perth" or *. Tenders for General Sup plies at York" or Banbury, as the case may be. J. W. BOVELL, Deputy Commissary General. Commissariat, Western Australia, \...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 December 1864

For London Direct. .To Sail about the 10th January, 1865. TH E beautiful Clipper Ship DA YLIGHT, built by Messrs. James Laing, ^ of Sutherland, under Lloyd's special survey and classed A 1 for 13 Ïears, 629 tons Register, Henry Charles 'earce, Commander, (late of the Tartar and Robert Morrison.) This Ship has very superior accommo- dation for Passengers, the Poop being constructed on the Iron Frame principle, by Messrs. Mackie & Brodie, of London, under the immediate superintendence of the managing owner. For freight or passage apply to C. A. MANNING, Fremantle, , Or G. SHENTON, Perth. Fremantle, Oct. 31, 1864. wi ' FIRST WOOL SHIP FOR LONDON! THE splendid clipper barque ZEPMYB, ¡Al, 12 years, EDMUND EL _ .LiOTT, commander, for London direct, having the whole of her cargo en- gaged, and now loading, will have quick .dispatch. This highly-classed vessel is «xpected to make a fast passage. Has good accommodation for passengers. For particulars apply to J. G. O: CAER, Perth, Or...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 December 1864

BIRTHS. COOKE-At Newleyine, on the 1st Dec, MRS. HENRY J. COOKE, of a son. LOCHEE-On the 7th instant, at Perth, MRS. F. LOCHEE, of a daughter. DEATHS. WOOD-At Perth, on the 29th of November, after a short but severe illness, ANNE MARY, fourth daughter of the late MR. ISAAC WOOD; aged 17 years and four months. Deeply re- gretted by all who knew her. PARKER-At Perth, on the 1st Instant, GEORGE PARKER, the beloved and lamented husband of M. A. PARKER, after a long and painful illness ; aged 57 years and 11 months. CLIFTON-At Perth, on the 5th instant, aged 4 years, 10 months, and a few days, MARY, second daughter of WILLIAM J. CLIFTON, ESQ., of this city.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 December 1864

J&pprittÔ %Víttü\ítVM. 1 -I AERIVALS. December.-Landwuhrdcn, 317 tons, Captain Helmers, from Melbourne. In ballast. 5.-Sea Spray, 33 tons, Cobb, master, from Shark's Bay. Cargo-20 tons guano. DEPARTURES. December 3.-Favourite, 46 tons, Lakey, master, for Champion Bay. Passengers Mrs. McDermot, and 3 prisoners. Cargo-6 cases gin, 1 qr.-cask ram, and 1 do. brandy (under bond), 3 qr.-casks wine, a quantity of timber, 22 bags potatoes, 8 do. sugar, 22 pkgs. furniture, and 89 pkgs. sundries. 5.-Barquetta Tien Tsin, 254 tons, Captain J. T. Jarman, for Tein Tsin Harbor, N.W. Coast. Passengers-Messrs. W. A. Taylor, W. Knight, Gr. Lockyer, J. Smith, T. Smith, G. Stotter, W. Throgood, L. Lukin, and native Bob. Cargo-900 sheep, 6 horses, 2 cows, and sundry stores and provender. 6.-Chillingham, 452 tons, Captain Dunn, for Singapore. Passengers-Messrs. Wilcox and Partridge. Cargo-370 tons sandalwood, 35 tons flour, 14 horses, 1 dog, and 4£ tons hay and bran. IN HARBOR. Nile, for Roebuck ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 December 1864

Western Australian Races. Under the Patronage of His Excellency the Governor. AT the Annual Meeting of the Western Australian Turf Club, held on 1st April, 1864, it was resolved that the Annual Racing Meeting in connection with the Club should be held on WED- NESDAY and THURSDAY, the 22nd and 23rd February, 1865, according to the Turf Club Rules; the Stewards decision in all cases being final. Stewards-J. B. Roe, Esq., H. L. Cole, Esq" A. F. Lee Steere, Esq., Captain Harward, S. E. Burges, Esq. Clerk of the Course- F. K. Panter, Esq. Judge -W. J. Clifton, Esq. FIRST DAY The MAIDEN PLATE^ of ¿850, with a sweepstakes of ¿83 each, open to all horses which have never won public money on the Western Australian Rice Course. Weights for age. One mile and a distance ; heats. The TOWN PLATE, of .£40, with a sweepstakes of <£3 each. Distance 2 miles ; heats. Weights for age. The PUBLICANS' PURSE, of £-. Distance 2 miles. Weights for age. Sweepstakes ¿82 each. The LADIES' PURSE, of ...

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PUBLIC OPINION. (From our Special Correspondent RIGDUM FUNNIDOS.) SCENE—St. George's Terrace, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 December 1864

PUBLIC OPINION. (From our Special Correspondent RIGDUM FUNNIDOS.) SCENE-St. George's Terrace, 9 a.m. SNEAK-A Government Officer, and firm adhe- rent of the Riding Powers, falls in with his friend Chick-Well, Chick my friend, anything strange this morning? Startling news by the Mail. Narrow escape we had from being squeezed by the Russian Bear-Eh ? CHICK-A. grumbling Radical-Well Sneak I don't think we'd have felt flattered by his caresses, but yet after all if the Russians had really paid us a visit it would have had one good effect, and that would have been of rousing our Government into action. SNEAK-Rousing them into action ! Well Chick, as you know, we've always disagreed in politics, and I must say, I really think too much is expected from the Government. CHICK-warmly-Too much from the Govern- ment ! Why the fact is they're doing positively nothing, and are as passive at the present crisis of affairs as a patient under the influence of chloroform. SNEAK-rather nettled-Now the f...

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The Open Column. CITY COUNCIL MEETING. A RATING FOR THE CITY RATEPAYERS. (By our Special Correspondent RIGDUM FUNNIDOS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 December 1864

% &$m Mwmt. CITY COUNCIL, MEETING. A RATING FOB THE CITY BATEPAYBBS. (ByourSpecialCcmrespondent'Riavxru. Fmmroos.) ON Monday evening last, one of the most boisterous and clamorous meetings that ha» ever been held in this portion of Her Most Gracious Majesty's dominions, took place in the Mechanics' Hall, for the professed purpose of electing Councillors for the ensuing year, and transacting the general business of the City ; but, as the sequel proved, the real object of the Meeting appeared to be that of affording individuals an opportunity of giving each other what might be called a jolly good " badgering," -most of the speakers declaiming with an en- ergy that was truly astonishing, while those who had not the courage to stand on their legs, it is but just to say, did all they possibly could to make confusion worse confounded, by stamp- ing, yelling, whistling, and in fact* making every other imaginable kind of unnatural and unearthly Bounds. To add to the excitement which...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 December 1864

ferespntott. To the Editor of the Perth.Gazette 8¡ W. A. Times. SIR,-As there is neither public expression of opinion, nor any chance of obtaining it under existing circumstances, Mr. Samson's idea of a Public Meeting deserves great consideration ; I believe that if it were called, and the matter were freely and openly canvassed, the Convict question would be very quickly settled, in spite of tine endeavours of the few who are specially interested in retaining it, and in spite of elo quent speeches made at Agricultural Dinners by the mouthpieces of the Government,-and of a certain thing called "Self." Advisable, nay, almost necessary as it is that we should adopt another mode of Government, can there be found men of sufficient capacity to form it and to carry it on with credit. Political economy and state craft are not learned in a day. We have been so long dependant upon England that we have forgotten how to act and to think for ourselves, ana, were the mother country to drop us su...

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THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION AT BATH. THE INAUGURAL ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 December 1864

THB BEITISH ASSOCIATION AT BATH. THS OTAUOUBAI. ADDBBfiS. "Themore we study and comprehend the ^ographical changes of the glacial jperiod, and the migrations of anímala and plants to which it gave rise, the higher xmt conceptions are raised of the dura- tion of time, which, though vast when measured by the 'succession of events comprised in it, was brief, if estimated by the ordinary rules of geographical classi- fication. The glacial period was, in fact, a mere episode in one of the great epochs of the earth's history ; for the inhabitants of the lands and seas, before and after the grand development of snow and ice, were nearly the same. As yet we have no satisfactory proof that man existed in Europe or elsewhere during the period of extreme cold ; but our investigations on this head are still in their infancy. In an early portion of the post-glacial period it has been ascertained that man flou ~ rished in Europe; and in tracing the signs of his existence, from the historical ages...

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BUNBURY. 3rd December, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 December 1864

BUNBURY 3rd December, 1864. At the time I am writing our week's festivities are drawing to a close, and the little town is fast subsiding into its usual placid state. A truly successful meeting of the Agri- culturists of our district, has brought about the most gratifying gathering of the kind that has taken place since the establishment of our Association, and everything passed off to the entire satisfaction of its well-wishers and supporters. It may not be out of place here to observe, that the complete success which has attended this pleasant meeting of the settlers I may say of the Wellington District, is mainly to be attributed to the admirable arrangements ^>f the Committee t>f Management, whose chair -man and honorary secretary have done their utmost to promote the interests of the Associa- tion. On the morning of Wednesday the 30th ult., the committee met at an early hour to con- sider their Annual Report which we give below ; at noon the Show of Stock, Agricultural Pr...

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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, DECEMBER 9, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 December 1864

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, DECEMBER 1864 WE consider it high time the public was made acquainted with the intentions of the Govern- ment, respecting the conduct of affairs in the new settlements upon the north-west coast, which may now be fairly considered not as pro- blematical movements, but as existing facts ; at any rate we know of British subjects from this portion of the colony having located themselves at three separate places-the Harding River, the De Grey River, and Roebuck Bay, and that they will quickly be followed by many others ; and we have positive information through the master of the " Landwuhrden." from Melbourne, of the departure ot three ships from thence the "Calliance," and the " Helvetia," both he believed for Camden Harbor, and a Colonial barque, name unknown to him, for some other part of our coast : the same ship als...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 December 1864

MISCELLANEOUS. Lord Wodehouse has definitely ac , cepted the Lord Lieutenancy of Ireland in .succession to the Earl of Carlisle. This step on the part of the noble lord "willinvolve probably one or two other .changes, as the Under-Secretary for .Foreign Affairs, and ambassador to Russia from 1856 to 1859, while not many months since he again proceeded to the north of Europe, to adjust, if possible, the Schleswig-Holstein complications. Lord Stanley has delivered a lengthy and interesting address to his consti- tuents at Lynn. He dwelt on the pros- perity of the country, and the quiet which reigned in it. With respect to the Dano-German debate in the House of Commons, he avowed that his object for entering into it, and the objects of others, was to procure a declaration in favour of non-intervention, and in that they suc- ceeded. He referred to America, and to various foreign topics, and then reverting to home affairs, declared that, in his opinion, a large measure of reform was 'imp...

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TERRIFIC GUNPOWDER EXPLOSION AT ERITH. (Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 December 1864

TERRIFIC GUNPOWDER EX- PLOSION AT ERITH. (Home News.) Early on Saturday morning, October 1, two gunpowder magazines, situated on the southern bank of the Thames, be- tween Woolwich and Erith, exploded with terriffic violence, killing and wounding several persons, and carrying consterna- tion and alarm among the inhabitants for miles round. Although the scene of the catastrophe is distant about 15 miles from Charing-cross, the shock was felt more or less throughout the whole metro- polis, and even at places 40 and 50 miles from the spot-as far as Newmarket and Cambridge on the one hand, and Wind- sor and Guildford on the other. The explosion occurred in a gunpowder depot belonging to Messrs. John Hall, and Sons, and almost simultaneously in a magazine of smaller size used by the Low Wood Gunpowder Company, formerly known as the firm of Messrs. Daye and Barker, both of them located in the Plumstead marshes on the margin of the Thames, two miles west of Erith, and about an equal distan...

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