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IMPORTS PER MEROPE CAPTAIN J. POLLOCK, from Hobart Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 April 1833
IMPORTS Per Merope Captain J. Pollock, from Hobart Town. 261 Bags of Wheat. 265 Bags Oats. 00 tons of Potatoes. 306 Bags of flour. 29 Trusses of Hay. 90 Bags of Bran. 6 Puncheons Rum, 4 Cases Haras, h Casks Cyder, 6 Boxes Soap, 8 Chests Tea, 12 Cases Wine, 6 Casks Porter 6 ¡Casks Apples, 1 Bale Blankets, 1 Bale Shirts, 1 Case Haberdashery, 1 Case tin Ware, 1 Case Sadlery, 1 Case Leather, 16 Bags Pees, 200 Bushels Barley, 350 Sheep, 20 Goats, 9 Horses, 3 Bullocks, 7 Cows & calves 12 Kegs Butter, 4 Boxes Candles, 1 Keg of Tobacco, 1 Hhd. of Gin I Hhd Brandy, 105 Gallons Liqneurs II Kegs Gun powder. Per Auranzau-50 barrels Beef, 50 barrels of| Pork, 150 bags of Rice, 20 chests of Tea, &c. &c.
DEATH OF SIR WALTER SCOTT [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 April 1833
DEATH OF SIR WALTER SCOTT; Sir Walter Scott died at Abbotsford, &nbsp; jon Friday, September 21, aged sixty | one years. Thirty one years were devot . ed to the most triumphant but wearing literary labour, and at last his physical strength was exhausted by mental exer- tion. The last days of life were darkness ; and visited as he had been-death was hailed as the only source of relief. In this place, our duty is merely to note the fact of his translation from that sphere where- in his talents were honoured to that wherein his virtues will be rewarded. Atlas. Ile was bom on the 15th August, 17/1, and consequently died in his sixty second year ; he was the eldest son of Walter Scott, Esq., writer to the Signet in Edinburgh ; his mother was the daughter of David Rutherford, Esq., an able and popular practitioner of the same (the legal) profession. She was the au- thoress of some poems, and acquainted with Burns, Blacklock, and Allan Ram- say. It is not unreasonable to suppose th...
(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 April 1833
(Continued.) Under these circumstances, there can be no &nbsp; impropriety in appealing to the British Govern- &nbsp; ment. If the Houses of Parliament will not take &nbsp; any higher view of the subject, perhaps, they will be influenced by financial considerations. Every tribe of the natives that are instructed, will learn to work for their bread ; and will immediately re- quire clothing. The success of the missionary, &nbsp; &nbsp; therefore, will procure employment for the manu- &nbsp; facturers of the Mother Country ; and the farther he makes his way into the interior, the more hej &nbsp; will add to the wealth of the empire. If the abor- &nbsp; iginal inhabitants of Australia were consumers of the manufactures of the Mother Country—and &nbsp; consumers of her manufactures they certainly will become, when they receive a knowledge of christi- &nbsp; anity—she would be independent of the American and o...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 April 1833
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE Arrivrd on the 30th Ultimo, the Merope, Capt Pollock from Hobart Town, out l8 days-Pas sengers Major Nairn, C. Whitmore, Esq, and Master Carew. Sailed, on the 31st Ultimo, the Jolly Rambler, Capt. Brignell for Hobart Town. Put back, &lt;m the 3d Instant-the Jolly Rambler by Btress of weather, and having carried away her bowsprit. Lying in Gages roads.-The Frances Char- lotte,-The Merope,-Monkey, and Jolly Rambler In Cockburn Sound.-The Cygnet, and Ellen "Government Schooner. Arrived on the 4th Instant, the Sandwich Island Schooner Auranzau, Captain and Super cargo R. Jordan, from Singapore. Captain Stephens died on the passage. On Monday night last, we experienced a heavy storm from the N. W., the first of the season. The Frances Charlotte was driven a considerable dis- tance from her moorings, in Gages Roads, but we are happy to say, was brought up, before she got into a possition to receive any injury. We had 48 hours warning of the approach of this s...
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 April 1833
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL The recent arrivals at this port, have brought us a supply for a short period, of every necessary article of consumption, and have reached us at a time, when the scarcity of the greatest part of the invest- ments, will, we anticipate, render the speculations productive of mutual advan- tage. As the winter is now rapidly drawing in upon us ; we regard these imports as a most seasonable supply, and we are relieved from any apprehensions of undergoing the same distressing priva- tions, which were generally experienced but patiently endured during the past year. The potatoes in particular have &nbsp; arrived most opportunely ; and we do hope, the fine condition they are landed in, (which makes them highly valuable to us for seed) will induce the Merchants to dispose of' them at such prices as will ensure a general sale ; —it would be pro- voking to see so valuable an acquisition to the Colony rotting on the beach to gratify the cupidity of individu...
REPORTED AFFRAY WITH THE NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 April 1833
REPORTED AFFRAY WITH THE NATIVES. On Tuesday last it was generally re- ported that an affray had taken place the &nbsp; day previously between the soldiers and &nbsp; the natives, near the flats, and it was &nbsp; confidently stated at Fremantle, that &nbsp; several of them were shot ; on enquiry, &nbsp; however, we find the statement to be in- correct, and the following are the simple facts : On Saturday last, Yagan taking ad- vantage of Mr. Watson's absence from home, he entered the house, and offered such violence as occasioned Mrs. Watsons hurrying in great agitation to the house of a neighbour for protection ; finding his intention defeated, he endeavoured to re- move her suspicions by calling her back and exclaiming " White Woman, very good !- good bye !"- but when he found his efforts unavailing, he made off in a different direction. The report of this occurrence reaching the ears of Capt. Ellis, the Superintend- ent of the native tribe...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 13 April 1833
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE Departures. On Tuesday, the 9th Instant-The Jolly Rambler, Captain Brignell, for Hobart Town. On Wednesday, the 10th Instant-The Frances Charlotte, Captain Smith, for Singapore. On Saturday, the 13th Instant-The Cygnet, Captain Rolls for Port Augusta and the Mauritius. Lying in Gages Roads.-The Merope, and the Monkey The Merope is expected to sail to-morrow for the Mauritius via the Straits of Balli. In Cockburn Sound.-The Government Schoo- ner Ellen, Captain Toby. .
IMPORTS per the Schooner [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 13 April 1833
IMPORTS per the Schooner Auranzau, Captain Jordan, from Owyhee one of the Sandwich Islands. & Singapore 40 barrels salt beef, 29 pork, 47 bags containing 501 piculs sugar, 39 do. 50 piculs rice, 29 10 caddy boxes green tea, 66 ditto black do., 35 bags con- taining 33J piculs of coffee, 20 tubs su- gar candy, 9 cases containing 30 doz. bottles brandy, 1 case ditto 40 boxes of 240 Bengal segars, I cases ditto 400 pieces yellow nankines, 1 ditto 80 ditto, 1 ditto ditto 28 patent boat cloaks, 413 travelling bags, 9 cases ditto 39 doz. bottles beer, i case ditto 60 boxes chin surah segars, 800 manilla hats, 36 ditto 300 floor mats, 36 ditto large size, 4 bags coffee containing 3 piculs and 17 lbs., l8 cases piculs sago, 25 piculs and l8 lbs., 15 bags rice containing 21 piculs, 9 dittto black pepper, do. 5 piculs and 14 lbs., 4 jars tine Manilla biscuit.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 13 April 1833
NOTICE. Fremantle, April 6th-Arrived the Sandwich Island Schooner, Auranzau, Capt. R. Jordon from Singapore consign- ed to Mr. Win. Lamb with the following cargo, viz : Beef, pork, sugar, rice, green and black teas, in large chests, and caddy boxes, coffee, sugar candy, old brandy in cases, segars, nankins, patent boat cloaks, ma- nila hats, black pepper, sago, manilla biscuit, coloured floor mats, &c small cordage, &c. &c. &c. FOR SALE ' AT THE STORES OF THE UNDERSIGNED Perth. IRISH PORK, ditto Beef, Hams, Flour Oatmeal, Potatoes, Onions, Rice, Lard, Sugar, Tea, Raisins, Jamaica Rum, Brandy, Prime Gin, Wines, London Porter, Tobacco, Segars, Snuff, Pipes, Cape Skins, Slops, Shoes, Cloth Caps, Felt and other Hats, Combs, Tin and Earthenware, Starch, Stone Blue, Pearl Barley, Vermicelli, Mustard, Pickles, Ketchup, Soy Salad Oil, Salt, Pepper, and Spices, Stationery, Playing Cards, Shot, Copper, Caps, Corks, &c. &c, &c. LEROUX, CA...
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 13 April 1833
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL The establishment of a Court of Civil Judicature in this Colony, was hailed with general satisfaction, but has tended to the diffusion of a spirit of litiga ti on amongst us, which it is painful to see ' growing with our growth.* The list, last court day, comprised 22 unimportant cases, and occupied the time, of our highly esteemed Commissioner of the Court, for two days. In so small a com- munity, it is a lasting reflection upon us ; and we do hope to see ' every man his own lawyer,' before long every man his own friend, if he is not disposed to regard the strict injunction laid down for his conduct towards his neighbour. The consideration of this subject leads us to reflect upon the want of unanimity and friendly feeling which ought to actuate us in our transactions with those, who ar- rive here, and who embark their capital in the same adventure with ourselves ; why not practice the disposition shewn in other colonies, to aid and assist the new come...
GRAND ENCOUNTER AT PRESTON POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 13 April 1833
Grand Encounter at Preston Point. Mr. Weavell has kindly furnished us with the following particulars, of this reported landing (a refinement upon our general rumours) of 200 natives, and &nbsp; spearing Mrs. Weavell and himself, the &nbsp; former in six places, (nothing like being accurate,) and killing the latter on the spot. But to the facts, ' About 80 na- tives were crossed this morning (Friday) at my ferry ; they went to the point to fish, and prepare their repast ; their fire spread to a considerable extent, which in addition to a rumour conveyed to Fre- mantle that Mrs. W. and myself had been speared, brought nearly every male inha- bitant of Fremantle to my house, some with guns without locks, some with guns without ammunition, others with ammu- nition without guns, some with pistols, others with bludgeons; a fine scene ! ! never was such a corps paraided in Western Australia ; however, as so great an interest, was expressed, and such a disposition shown to r...
(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 13 April 1833
(Continued.) Ngooljar, a friend ; a bosom friend. See Ngoolya Gaen, an acquaintance ; one of the same tribe. Nulboo, a girdle-made of the fur of the opossum Dyrgee, a band round the head, also made of the fur of the opossum Bidang, feathers, stuck in the hair ornamentally Booka, a mantle ; a kangaroo skin thrown over the shoulders Wardogoodye, a woman's mantle fastened under the chin. See wardo. See also goodye Goodoo, that in which the child is carried Wardo-goodyenee, a diminitive evidently from the preceeding word ; a child's mantle Willong, a covering for either a house or a person ; a shelter of any sort Boorno, a pin of wood, by which the mantle is fastened under the chin. See Boorno Woonda, a string of platted hair, fastening woman's mantle. See Wonda-ngoon Moolyatut, an ornament for the nose ; a bone, or feather, passed through between the nostrils. See moolya Wilgee, a red pigment with which they adorn themselves Gidye, a spear Mun-gor, a barb; gidye—mun-gor, a barbed spear...
CIVIL COURT, PERTH, BEFORE G. F. MOORE, Esq., Civil Commissioner [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 13 April 1833
CIVIL COURT, PERTH, Before G. F. Moore, Esq.,. Civil Commissioner Anderson v. Hall. This case which was ad- judged to be left to the decision of two arbitrators, Messrs Lamb & Scott of Fremantle, was again brought forward in consequence, of Mr. Lamb's declining to act. After a long discussion it was arranged that Mr. Scott should supply the place of Mr. Lamb. Hall v. Leake. This case was ordered to stand over for discussion upon the points of law until next court day. > Keats v. Smith. Mr. Clark opened the case. Various transactions had passed between the Plain- tiff and the Defendant, and on the 28th December a balance was struck, the Defendant engaging to rectify any errors which might be discovered. It had subsequently been found out that sums had been received, for which the Plaintiff had not had credit. Johnson who was present at the settlement, deposed to this effect, which was further corrobated by the testimony of J. Thomas, Mr. Butler who appeared for the Defenda...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 13 April 1833
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office &nbsp; Perth, Feb. 5th, 1833 His Honor the Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant Permission to William Temple Graham, Esquire, to act as 'Notary Public' in this Colony. &nbsp; &nbsp; By His Honor's Command Peter Brown, Colonial Secretary &nbsp; GOVERNMENT NOTICE. &nbsp; &nbsp; Colonial Secretary s Office Perth, March 20th, 1833. His Honor the Lieutenant Governor directs the following List of the Magis- trates of this Colony, to be published for general Information. The Honorable W. H. Mackie, Esquire, Chairman of the Court of Quarter Sessions &nbsp; George Leake, Esquire | Edward Barrett Lennard, Esquire John Morgan, Esquire John Bussell, Esquire Henry Bull, Esquire The Rev. J. B. Wittenoom Thomas Peel, Esquire William Nairn, Esquire William Tanner, Esquire William Lockie Brockman, Esquire T. T Ellis, Esquire J. Molloy, Esquire &nbsp; Alexander Collie, Esquire Franc...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, PERTH, 29th APRIL, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 20 April 1833
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Commissariat Office, Perth, 29th April, 1833. Sealed Tenders in Triplicate will be re- &nbsp; ceived at this Office, on Monday the &nbsp; 29th instant, at 12 o'clock, from such person or persons as may be willing to &nbsp; Contract to erect a Building near the &nbsp; Flats, 50 feet by 12. The Walls to be &nbsp; built of Clay, with Timber uprights &nbsp; and Battens ; the Roof to be Thatch. &nbsp; The Chimneys to be built of Brick ; Sta- &nbsp; ble for Three Horses, with Shed, &c.- &nbsp; For particular Plan and Specification &nbsp; regarding the Building, application to be &nbsp; made to the Civil Engineer, who will &nbsp; afford every information connected with &nbsp; the Building. Persons Tendering to state &nbsp; the shortest possible time in which the &nbsp; Building can be completed. &nbsp; JOHN LEWIS, Dep. Asst. Com. Geu Omi...