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THE CAFFERS. (From the South African Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 July 1835

THE CAFFERS. (From the South African Advertiser.) The movements of the Army in Cafferland will be found very clearly detailed below, in the Notice from Head Quarters. They had crossed the Kei, and are, no doubt, by this time, in the heart of Hintza's territories. We now learn, for the first time officially, that His Excellency has "an account to settle with H.intza." The Colonial Cattle are said to be col- lected in his country, and under his protection. The defeated Chiefs are also said to be with him, endeavouring to harden him into resistance. Various rumours are afloat respecting the movements of the Tribes;' they are, however, merely rumours, and as they have been repeated any time these ten years, it is impossible at this distance to conjecture' what credit is due to them. The plan of the Governors Campaign now begins to shaw itself/ Perhaps no1 Savage country was ever before invaded in à manner so well cal- culated to answer all the purposes of a just war. The security of his...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 July 1835

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. arrival. On Tuesday, the 30th June, the Sir David Ogilby, Captain John Burt, from the Cape of Good Hope. Out forty-six days. Lying in Cockburn Sound.-The Monkey.-« In Gages' Roads, the Sir David Ogilby.

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IMPORTS per "SIR DAVID OGILBY." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 July 1835

IMPORTS per "SIR DAVID OGILBY." Thirteen boxes candles, eleven ditto dried fruits» six casks ditto, five hlids. beer, three pipes, eight half ditto, and eight quarter pipes wine, ten cask* beef, forty barrels flour, three bales woollens, two cases cottons, two bags split peas, one cask cur- rants, two chests tea, two cases blue and starch, twelve boxes raisins, ten bags rice, fifteen bags pearl barley, twelve ditto sugar, three ditto coffee, twenty muids wheat, ninety ditto oats, sixty-two boxes candles, twenty-four quarter casks wine, one cask medicine, one case ditto,, one cask Epsora\ salts, five cases cheese.

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STATEMENT OF THE EXPENDITURE OF THE COLONY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA CHARGEABLE ON THE COLONIAL FUND FOR THE QUARTER ENDING JUNE 30, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 July 1835

STATEMENT OF THE EXPENDITURE OF THE COLONY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA CHARGEABLE ON THE COLONIAL FUND FOR THE QUARTER ENDING JUNE 30, 1835. salaries. Amount Sterling. Colonial Treasurer. lllOO Registrar of Deeds. 25 0 0 ^Collector of Revenue - ?* - , - 50 0 0 Harbour Master at Fremantle - - {-J 25 0 0 Schoolmabters - - - - - - * - 2500 Jailor.- - -VT 25* 0 0 Contables.- «v, 1500 One Superintendent - - - 117 6 One Head Constable - - 5 13 9 Five Constables - 23 0 0 Mounted Police Mounted Police Toi al Salaries ' chargeable to Colonial Fund' » ,£216 jil 3 CONTINGENCIES. Keep of Horses - - - 117 l8 6 Stabling - - - - 8 14 6 Ration Money - - - 47 15 6 Lodging Ditto - - - 7 19 3 Allowance for Stable Dresses i - 0 7 0 Confidential Clerk. 36 12 5 Surveys and Explorations - - - - > - 277 7 5 Roads and Bridges ------ 41 l8 7 Relief to Destitute Poor. £5 73 Institution for the Instruction of Natives - - 37 10 0 Collection of Revenue - - - - - 63 20 Postage of Public Letters. 12 10 0 Allowance to ...

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ABSTRACT OF THE PRODUCE OF THE REVENUE OF THE COLONY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA FOR THE QUARTER ENDING JUNE 30, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 July 1835

ABSTRACT OF THE PRODUCE OF THE' REVJENUE OF>TOE COLONY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA FOR THE QUARTER ENDING JUNE 30. 1835. 1 Amount Sterling. REGULAR REVENUE. By Proceeds of Duty on Spirits imported By Ditto on Retail Publicans' Licenses ,By Ditto " Fees of Public Offices By Ditto " Rent of Ferries and Premises By Ditto " Judicial Fines and Forfeitures Total,Amount of Regular Revenue CASUAL REVENUE. By Proceeds of Sale of Crown Lands and Town , Allotments ------- By Ditto of " old Stores and Buildings By Recovery of Debts due to the Crown Total Amount of Casual Revenue Total Amount received from Collector of 1 , ' ' Revenue during this Quarter JOHN LEWIS, Deputy Assistant Commissary General, 8f Colonial Treasurer. Commissariat Office, Perth, Western Australia, June 30¿/23 1835. 637 7 1, , 9ß 5 .0 . l8 5 0 2 5 0 1 15 0 £755 17 1 25 0 0 107 19 6 109 5 4 £242 , 4, ,10 £998 1 11

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, June 30, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 July 1835

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Seci'etarys Office, Perth, June 30, 1835. ¡IS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Andrew Stirling, Esquire, to be his Confidential-Clerk, vice H. Donaldson, Esquire, deceased* By If is Excellency's Command, PETER BROWN, " Colonial Secretary. HE Undersigned has received, per Sir David Ogilby, the following supplies :- t Superior, old Cape Wines, of first quality, (dark an4 light colors,) in half and quarter pipes ; Ditto Sweet Wines ; F\esh Dried Fruits, consisting of App^es> Pears, Figs, Peaches, Apricots, Raisins, Almonds, and Walnuts, all packed in convenient size boxes ; Fine Pearl Sago and Split Peas, in small boxes ; Pearl and Pot Barley, in large stone jars ; Fresh Levant Currants, in ditto ; Fine Red Herrings, in tin cases of 50 ar d 100 each ; Fine Sporting Gunpowder ; Prime York Hams ; Corks, Men's Strong Shoes, Negroheuu Tobacco, American Flour, Salt Reef, Superior White and Brown Biscuit, Oats, Wheat, Starch, Blue.-Also, A ïe...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, July 1, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 July 1835

1 i ^.j'.n' r. C&vTIRNMENT NOTICE. 1 . ' . "Cplpnial Secretary*s Office. Perth, - '?'?? ??.; '?'mi.i'.mí''- i,-''i OTIÇE is hereby given to "all phom it may concern "that it is ,thç, intention of the .Local Government to resume» on the expiration of T.welve Months from,the;date hereof, all Town Allotments that ¿vere assigned previously to the 17th September last, that may then be found in an unimproved state, unless an extension of time for a period of Twelve Months, for the fulfilment of the Regulations, shall . have been previously purchased by the Holder of any such unimproved Lot. The Amount of Purchase-money shall in each case 4>e^ regulated by the Scale specified in the Regulations, dated L?th September, 1835, having reference to the assignment ot Toivïi Allotments ; which shall in all other respects be henceforth considered applicable to assignments made prior, as well as subsequent, tlo their date. By His Excellency's Command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary.

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Head Quarters, between the Gonube & Kye, April thirteenth. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 July 1835

Head Quarters, between the Gonube &.Kye, April thirteenth. The Commander-in-Chief has great pleasure in   being now enabled to congratulate the Troops up- on the result of the indefatigable and well disci- plined exertions with which they have executed the combined and successive operations in Cafferland, from the first to the twelfth inst.,— these have been very successful. The hostile chiefs of the Caffer Tribes, Tyalie,   Macomo, Eno, Bothman, and others,-the unpro- voked perpetrators of so many atiocities in the colo- ny,-were at length compelled to assemble in the rocky woods of the Ports of the Buffalo, with their followers, to the number of at least 7,000 men, and had avowed their intention of defending themselves there to the last. Fiom these fastnesses, however, notwithstand- ing their impervious nature, they were immediate- ly driven, the troops penetrating them everywhere, each column in its ordered course ; and they have scattered and di...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN COLONIAL ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND. ABSTRACTS From "Stewarts Despatch."—Dublin, December 18, 1834. At a Meeting of several Gentlemen, convened to take into consideration the expediency of forming an Association, for the purpose of obtaining an extensive Grant of Land upon the Swan River Settlement and the adjacent territory, [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 July 1835

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN COLONIAL ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND. ABSTRACTS "From " Stewarts Despatch"-Dublin, Decem- ber l8, 1834. At a Meeting of several Gentlemen, convened to ,, take into consideration the expediency of form- ing an Association, for the purpose of obtaining an extensive Grant of Land upon the Swan River Settlement and the adjacent territory, Resolved,-That, from the numerous advan- tages which Western Australia possesses, and in particular the line of country stretching southward from the source of the River Helena, in the Swan River Settlement, within degree 32 and 35 south latitude, and between 116 and 117 east longitude, it appears to this Meeting that an Association for obtaining a grant of land from H. M. Government is most desirable, and would be attended with 'highly beneficial resultR, in the formation of a Settlement for Emigrants, and as a safe and pro- fitable investment for capital. . That the Society be called " The Western Australian Colonial association of ...

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GENERAL ORDERS. Camp, Poorts of the Buffalo, tenth April. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 July 1835

GENERAL ORDERS. Camp, Poorts of the puff alo, tenth April. The Commander in-Chief was much gratified by the well directed movements and very gallant con- duct of the troops who composed the patrol under Colonel Smith, in the Buffalo mountain on the 7th inst. Being detachments of the 72d Highlanders, Cape Mounted Rifles, Corps of Guides, First Pro- visional Battaliun, Swellendam Burghers. In this brilliant affair, the Captains Murray, of the 72d, Crause, Bailie, Gilfillan, and Cowderoy, of the First Provisional Battalion, were dis- tinguished : and Colonel Smith acknowledges the assistance from Lieut. Balfour, his acting Aide de Camp, and from Field Commandant Liude, of the Swellendam Burghers. But the intrepid and determined perseverance of Captain Murray, of the 72d, (who, although severely wounded, continued his exertions to the end of the day,) and of his Company of the 72d, were of the highest order, and deserve the especial nraise of the Commander-in-Chief. H. G. SMITH, Col. Ch...

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NOTICE. Head Quarterr, Camp between the Gonube and the Kye, April 13th, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 July 1835

NOTICE. Head Quarten; Camp between the Gonube and the Kye, April \§th, 1835. On the 28th of March, the Commander-in'-Chief having completed his arrangements for the 1st and 2d lines of the Frontier defence, and inspected the former of these iines, (as far as it embraced the country of the Bothas H ni and Waay Paats range, and of the Great Fish and Keiskamnia rivers, from the sea to Fort V\ illshiie,) arrived in the central camp of the ti oops assembled for the invasion of CafTerland, which had been placed for that purpose as follows : Officers Commanding Divisions. 1st. Col Pcddie, K H.-The 1st Division (with the Head Quarterb) opposite the Fort Will shiie Drift, Ford of the Keiskamma. 2d Col. Somerset, K H.-The 2d near Mount Somerset, opposite the line of Drift Ford 4d. Major Cox-The 3d at Fort Beaufort, opposite the Block Drift Ford of the Chumie. ? 4th. Commandant Van Wyk -The 4th on the Klipplaat River, near the Moravian Missionary station 4 Shiloh.' , Of these the 2d and 4th di...

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Head Quarters, Camp in Cafferland. Return of the Killed and Wounded in the Invading Army, from the 30th March to the thirteenth April, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 July 1835

Head Quarters, Camp in Cafferland. Return of the Killed and Wounded in the Invad ,ñg Army, Jrom the 3Qth March to the thirteenth April, 1835. 3 Killed,-* one Serjeant, First Provisional Hottentot Battalion, * one Private, Cape Mounted Rifles, one do., 2d Provisional Hottentot Bat- talion. Eleven Wounded,-one Field Commandant, slightly ; one Captain, 72d, severely ; 4 Privates, do., one severely, 3 slightly ; one Burgher Force, 3d division, severely ; 2 Privates, 2d Provisional Hottentot Battalion, one severely, one blightly ; one of the Corps of Guides, dangerously ; one Camp Follower, severely. The wounded are doing well, with the excep- tion of the man of the Guides, and one of the 2d Provisional Hottentot Battalion. , The troops have been uncommonly healthy since entering Cafíerland. JOHN MURRAY, M.D., Principal Medical Officer. To His Excellency the Commander-in-chief. (

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 July 1835

MARRIED. At Perth, on Saturday, the 4th inst., by the Rev. J.B. Wittenoom, Colonial Chaplain, AL-   FRED HAWES STONE, Esq., to SARAH MARIA, eldest daughter of THOMAS HELMS, Esq., of London.

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 July 1835

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1835. By the Sir David Ogilby we have intelligence from England up to the 28th of February, and from the Cape of Good Hope, to the 14th May. Answers have been received to letters forwarded to England in September last. The Skerne may be daily expected from the Cape of Good Hope, with a general cargo, consigned to Messrs. Leake. Amongst our English News we have the King's Speech at the opening of the New Parliament, the insertion of which we are compelled to postpone until our next. According to calculations, made apparently with great care, by the conductors of the Spectator, the details of which are also given at full length in their columns, the strength of parties in the New Parliament may be thus stated : Anti-Ministerialists, 370 ; Ministerialists, 237 ; Doubtful, 51. Upon tile question who should be Speaker, the Ministers were left in a majority of 10 Mr. Ambercrombe, one of the members for Edinburgh, was nominated in oppositio...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 July 1835

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, July 11, 1835. MOTICE is hereby given, that at 12 o'clock on Friday, the 31st of the present month, the Collector of Revenue will expose for Sale by Public Auction, in front of this Office, a Subur- ban Allotment in the district of York, applied for by Messrs. Bland and Trim- mer, the same comprising ten acres of land, situate and being immediately ad joining to the Government Farm, at present in the occupation of said appli- cants. Also, that the Sub-Collector will, on the same day and date, expose for Sale, in the manner aforesaid, at Albany, the four undermentioned Blocks of Land, which have been applied for by Mr. T. L. Syraers : No. 1. Situate and being on the left bank of the Kalgan, to the youth ward, and adjoining the lands of Mr. G. Boyd, and to contain 640 acres. No. 2. Situate and being on the left bank of the Kalgan, about a mile to the north-west of the above-mentioned lands of Mr. C. ßoyd,to contain, also, 640 acre...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 July 1835

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, June 19, 1S35. FERRIES HE Dues arising and to be col- lected at the undermentioned Ferries, over the Swan River, viz., at Guildford, Point Belches, Preston Point, and North Fremantle, will be let by Public Auction, for a period of Two Years, by the Collector of Revenue, in front of this Office, on the first of August next, at One o'Clock. Possession of the said Ferries to be given to approved Purchasers of the Leases thereof on the 20th of the same month. For further particulars, application to be made at this Office. By His Excellency*s Command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Survey Office, Wertem Australia, JttlyS, 1835. IS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to confirm the assignment of the following Building Allotments of Land, in completion of former arrangements : PERTH. M2-William Gibbs. FREMANTLE. The assignments of the undermention- ed will be delivered by the Government Resident, on that Offic...

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IMPORTS per "SIR JOHN RAE REID," FROM HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 July 1835

IMPORTS per «SIR JOHN RAE REID," FROM HOBART TOWN. Three pipes geneva, 1 ditto ditto, 20 baskets tobacco, 10 cases geneva, 6 ditto, 3 hhds. rum, 2 ditto ditto, 3 kegs tobacco, 10 cases segars, 2 hhds. rum, 1 case slops, 1 ditto hardware, 1 ditto leghorn flats, 1 ditto leather, 6 kegs herrings, 6 ditto tripe, 1 box starch, 20 ditto soap, 1 tin paint, 3 kegs ditto, 4 boxes glass, 2 casks salt, 1 case sugar, 1 ditto shirts, 1 ditto sundries, 3 boxes candles, 2 bags nails, 10 casks bottled beer, 2 ditto beef, 5 ditto pork, 10 half chests tea, 5 boxes ditto, 5 carboys oil, 1 box books, 7 sacks flour, 2 ditto wheat, 40 boxes soap, 2 ditto segars, 1 box elder wine, 1 ditto preserves, 5 cases eegars, 1 package tea, 1 box preserves, 7Q tons fovemment goods, 1 bale trees, 9 heifers» and 1 ull.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 July 1835

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. On the 6th inst., the cutter Fanny, from King George's Sound. On the 9th inst., the Sir John Rae Reid, Captain Wooden, from Hobart Town. Passengers : cabin, Capt.Armstrong, ELM. 21stFusiliers, and Lieut. Mortimer ; Capt, Toby, Mr. L. Lukin, and M r. J. Dewar, super-cargo. Steerage : R. Welch, E. Paton, and two men of color ; eight rank and file, one woman, and one child

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. IMPORTATIONS OF SHEEP. (From the "S. African Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 July 1835

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. -00 IMPORTATIONS OF SHEEP. (Froni the " S. African Advertiser." We are sorry to observe that the price] of Merinos imported from Germany and New South Wales, has of late declined so much, as to render farther importations a doubtful speculation. The prices obtained by Mr. Robb last year were per- haps too encouraging; but though he was w*ïll paid, his profits were in a great measure the result of his good fortune in having lost none of his in- vestment during the voyage. Other importers have not been so successful, and when the IoùS by deaths at sea is deducted from the Cape price of. the remainder, there has, we fear, in some recent cases, been nothing to compensate for risk and trouble. The agitated state of the Colony has, we hope, been the sole cause of this fall below a remunerat- ing price, for there probably is not to be found one Farmer in ten who is not now satisfied that the hopes of his children to rise in the world, and to rival the inhabitants of othe...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 July 1835

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1835. --000 By the Sir John Rae Reid we have intelligence from Hobart Town up to the 8th May, derived from the files of the Courier and Tasmanian Private com- munications of interest to this Colony have been received, evincing a strong re- action in favor oï our Settlement. A vessel, with stock, chartered by a gentle- man who has purchased, for £400., the grant formerly belonging to Air. War- dell, on the Murray laver, may be shortly expeeted. Letters from Calcutta up to the end of March announce the formation of an ex- tensive agency establishment connected with this port. The Resource was the first vessel to be dispatched ; she will convey to this Colony an Agent empow- ered to transact the business of the establishment here. We may reason- ably look for her arrival in the course of a tew weeks By the recent arrivals from King George's Sound we have no tidings of Captain Scott's cutter Fanny ; she left this for Augusta, some time ...

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