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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 July 1866

BIRTH. GRAHAM.-At Fairfield, near Kojonup, on the 6th June, the wife of W. H. GRAHAM, ESQ., of a daughter. DEATHS. WOODWARD.-At her residence, Cliff-street, Fremantle, on Thursday, 5th July, after a short and painful illness, Miss WOODWABD, deeply mourned by her sorrowing relatives ; aged 44 years. QUIN.-At Perth, on the 26th ult., MRS. QUIN, wife of Assistant Surveyor Quin.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JULY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 July 1866

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [ MONDAY, JULY 9. The only non-official member present was Mr. Phillips. Mr. Phillips gaye notice of his intention to ask the Governor, whether it was his intention to introduce during the present session a Bill to provide for the taking of a Census of the po- pulation, &c. of the colony. Also, whether the Government is prepared to issue any regulations for tiie working oi gold or coal fields within the colony. The Governor stated that some correspon- dence had taken place with Mr. W. Burges, on the subject of a subsidy being offered by the Government to assist the establishment of steamy communication between Fremantle and the out ports, which would be read by the clerk. He much regretted not seeing all the non-official members in their places, as it was necessary the subject should be read and discussed before the final reading of the Appropriation Bill. The following correspondence was them read: Perth, 7th June, 1866. SIB,-I beg leave to represent to...

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YORK. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 July 1866

YORK. (From a Correspondent) On Monday last great excitement was caused in our good town, by the starting of an expe- dition organised entirely by the Colonial Go- vernment, with the exception of a few horses supplied by the settlers. The expedition started from the Court-house, ander the command of Mr. C. C. Hunt, accompanied by Mr. P. Roe, Mr. George Monger, and three natives, with twenty-six horses and a tandem cart. A Luncheon was provided at the Castle Hotel by the liberality of Mr. W. Burges, and success to the exploration was drank. The street in front of the Court-house was filled with gigs, carriages, and a great number of people, who had come in to give a helping hand at the start, by the leading of pack-horses, &c. Many of the old settlers in gigs and on horse- back followed the expedition tor some miles out of town, and a few of the equestrians accom- panied the party to their first halting place, about 12 miles from York, and rendered them all the assistance in ...

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CHAMPION BAY. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 July 1866

CHAMPION BAY. (From our ovin Correspondent.) ' -1 +r News from this quarter is at present very scarce. From the course pursued by our Resi- dent we cannot get up any little disturbance for a change, and a drunken man has almost become a novelty in Champion Bay. Lambing is over and every one satisfied with the number of lambs, which will be a little over the average given in my last. There is an abundance of both feed and water for sheep and cattle, and every prospect of a good clip this season. The Scab Question is the prevailing topic here at present, but am not awaTe that any decided rule has been made ou+ for this district. Doctors sometimes differ, and so do opinions on scab-the sheep shipped per Emma might have been clean once but not lately-I only speak from what I saw, and if the owner is satis- fied there is no Scab Act at present to make his neighbor otherwise. From the Woodban garra Mine there is most favorable reports-the only drawback at present being a deficiency of wat...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT.—MAY 25, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 July 1866

LONDON WOOL EEPOET.-MAY 25,1866. THE second series of sales for this year com- menced on the 10th of May under circumstances which, had our market been less strong, might have been productive of a very heavy fall; the rapid rise in the Bank rate, coupled with large failures among the financial companies, had produced much distrust, and the general im- pression was that wool would sell about 2d. to 3d. decline on the average prices of last sales. The opening sale, however, excited more competi- tion than was anticipated, and prices might be quoted about lad. to 2d. decline on March rates, which were exceptionally high; after the first day or two there were symptoms of a slightly easier market, but the heavy purchases for French account strengthened the market and, notwithstanding the monetary panic and failures in the banking and discount companies, our market has been well maintained, and prices have rather hardened during the last few days. The high rate of money has not yet affect...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 July 1866

THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. Incorporated by' Acts of Parliaments. Capital cßl,OOOsOOO--m 200,000 Shares of áS5 each. THE PERTH BRANCH of the above Bank is now open for the transaction of General Banking business, and is prepared to make temporary advances to Merchants, Farmers, and others -upon approved security. Advances also made against ensuing wool cups, and Bills on London drawn against the same purchased on favorable terms. LOCAL BILLS, payable at any Bank, are received for discount daily. Bills for ordinary trading transactions, Not exceeding 65 days currency at 7 per cent, per annum. « « og « « « 71 » « « « 126 " " " 8,2 " " " « 156 " " " 9| " " Promissory Notes, and past due Bills. "10 " " CURRENT ACCOUNTS opened with Commercial Houses, and private persons ; Remittances for Credit consisting of Cheques or Orders payable at any place in Perth, collected and acknowledged free of charge. INTEREST on overdrawn Current Accounts charged at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 July 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The intelligence of the panic in the London money market sent up the rates of exchange to 2 per cent. premium, and caused a fall of 4 per ton in copper. Parliament met on the 15th instant, and the Governor's speech stated that it had been sum- moned solely on account of the recent proceed- ings in the Supreme Court, namely, Mr. Justice Boothby's. On the 22nd the Chief Secretary (Hon. A. Blyth) tabled a motion in the House of As- sembly for petitioning the Queen to remove Judge Boothby, and it was carried without a di- vision. The address was immediately afterwards brought up, and after three days' debate was adopted also without a division. Six distinct charges have been laid against His Honor. The principal ones are obstruc-   tiveness, refusing to conform his judgements to the decisions of the Supreme Court, and im- pugning the validity of the Local Court of Ap- peals. The Chief Secretary and the Commissioner of Crown Lands are to be sued in the Supre...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 July 1866

mrarvALLED PERFUMERY, Warranted to retain its excellent quality in any climate. BIMMEL'S TOILET VINEGAR, to Su- persede Eau de Cologne. BIMMEL'S LAVENDER WATER, dis- tilled from Mitcham flowers. BIMMEL'S JOCKEY CLUB, Frangi panne, etc., of exquisite fragrance. RIMMEL'S GLYCERINE, Honey, Windsor, and other Toilet Soaps. RIMMEL'S LIME JUICE and Glycerine for Beautifying the Hair. RIMMEL'S LOTION for Whitening and Beautifying the Complexion. RIMMEL'S PERFUME VAPORIZER, Perfume Fountains, etc., etc. Sold by sll Perfumery Vendors in the World. E. RIMMEL, Perfumer to H.R.H. the PRINCESS OF WALES, 96, Strand, and 24, Cornhill, London. D3 J.COLLIS BROWNE'S ,OCHLORODYNE.^ CHLORODYNE. CHOLERA, DYSENTERY, DIARRHOEA, CRAMP, AGUE, FEVER, RHEUMA- TISM, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, COUGH, &c. All pain, vomiting, and distress ceases in a few minutes after taking a dose of that won- derful SEDATIVE ANODYNE and ANTI SPASMODIC remedy CHLORODYNE, disco- vered by Dr. J. COLLIS BROWNE, M. R. C. S. L. (ex...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 July 1866

LATEST TELEGRAMS. WE have received the followieg late tele- grams of European events after the de- parture of the Mail, from Mr. Eaton, Telegraphic Agent at Gralle : London, 30th May. Bank of London and Consolidated Bank stopped payment in consequence of complica- tions in their amalgamation. Federal Diet invited to the Congress. House of Commons referred the representation and re- distribution Bins to the same committee. A motion to instruct committee to devise means to prevent bribery carried against the Government by a majority of ten. aw Prices and the amount of business doing in T the Stock market are improving. The amount of Gold received from America within the last four days is valued at ¿£1,753,000. Commercial confidence is reviving. Ta the race for the Ascot Cup " Attache" was first, and " Historian" second. London, 31st May. The Ascot Gold Cup was run for to-day, won by Gladiateur. London, 1st June. Spanish fleet repulsed in attempting to bcm bardCaUao. Bank discount 10 p...

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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."—Shakespeare. FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1866. News by the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 July 1866

|*rtfc miüiz tf m. %. »nus. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Sliaksrpeare. News by the Mau. This most anxiously looked for Mai arrived in Perth at 3 p.m. on Tuesday twenty-fonr hours "before it was due ac- cording to the new time table. The late telegrams by the. previous mail conveyed such melancholy intelligence as to the state of commercial affairs in London, that all looked forward with fearful anti- cipations as to what the next news might be, and the relief was great indeed to and that disastrous as the financial panic in London had been, the accounts now re- ceived proved the plague to be stayed, and that it had passed over without very mate- rially influencingthe fortunes of this colony as affected by the prices likely to be obtained for the greater portion of its wool pro- duce, which was included in the sales commencing in May, the progress of which so far as they had gone showed a reduc- tion on the high r...

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AMERICA. THE FENIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 July 1866

AMERICA. THE FENIANS. ,:~-" 1*._-4. 1_i. The Fenians have at last summoned up courage to venture upon aggressive operations. On the night of the 1st of May a schooner called the Friend left Eastport ostensibly for Portland. The next morning she was seen flying the flag designed to represent the projected Irish Re- public. She was manned by Fenians. The Friend then attacked and captured the British schooner Wentworth. As soon as they had got possession of her, the crew of the Friend trans- ferred themselves to the Wentworth, and sank their own ship. The Federal steamer Winooski was sent in pursuit, and overhauled the Went- worth, but, deceived by her name and appear- ance, allowed her to proceed. For the present all receipts are entirely suspended. The Philadelphia correspondent of the ' Times' writing on May 4, says : " The bottom has been knocked out of the Fenian movement by the decisive measures of General Meade at Eastport. This breaking up of the expedition has in turn broken u...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 July 1866

For Adelaide. rpHE regular trader ± EMILY SMITH, DAVIDSON, Master, will return to the above Port, dight or passage apply to ' . T. & H. CARTER & CO. Fremantle, June 19,1866. For Singapore. Sailing in about 14 days. THE clipper barque JOHN AND MAR?. Has splendid accommodation _for four or five Cabin Passen- gers ; and can take ten horses. Applica- tion for horse stalls should be made with «a little delay as possible. ^ FRANCISCO BEOS., Agents. Fremantle, 18th June, 1866. THE Schooner " Sea Bird" and the live Stock, part of the estate of Mr. Henry Yelverton, comprising working horses, working bullocks, and brood mares, will be Sold by Auction at Fre- mantle, about the middle of July next, by order of the Trustees. G. W. LEAKE, Solicitor, Perth. WANTED to proceed .to the DeGrey River, about the beginning of next month, TWO GOOD SHEPHERDS, to whom liberal wages will be given ; those who can shear will be preferred. None need apply unless they can produce a cha- racter fr...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 July 1866

Tenders for Treasury Bills. FT1ENDERS, in duplicate, will be re £> ceived until NOON on THURS- DAY, the\19th instant, at'the Commis- sariat Office, ^Perth. .Tenderers are requested to state the amount of premium per cent, which they are willing to give. Preference will be given to the tenders offering the highest premium, and in case of equality of tenders as to premium, and their amounting together to more than the sum required, the amount accepted will be divided in proportion to the amount of such tenders if the parties are willing to take Bills for a less amount than that for which they have tendered. Tenders for Bills under ¿8100 will not be noticed. Information of the result of tenders from Fremantle will be given by the after- noon mail on the 19th instant. J. W. BOVELL, Deputy Commissary General. Commissariat, Perth, W.A., 7 July 12th, 1866. j FOR MADRAS. THE splendid ship "BELGRAVIA," Al, 1,895 tons register, T. Jackson, _»commander, will leave for the above port, about ...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 July 1866

CORRESPONDENCE     To the Editor of the Perth Gazette Se W. A. Times. SIB,-I wish to bring before the public, through the medium of your journal, the pre- sent disadvantageous method of discharging vessels at this port, with the hope that the Chamber of Commerce will take the matter into consideration, and propose something to remedy the evils which now exist. The method generally adopted is, for the several consignees of goods (after they have made their entries at the Custom House) to give orders to tne Chief Officer of the vessel to deliver the goods to a named boat-the boat- men have an arrangement among themselves whereby each claims his turn to go alongside the vessel to receive cargo-the effect of this arrangement is this, suppose A. B. to have a large consignment of goods, which are at the top of the cargo, he gives an order for their de- livery to a certain boat, which, for argument sake, I will call the Emma. If that boat comes alongside first, of...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 July 1866

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. July 10.-Wild Wave, 28 tons, Cross, master, from Vasse and Bunbury. Passengers-Mrs. Lockyer, and 2 children, Rev. Innis, Mr. T. Little, and 3 others. Cargo-17 kegs butter, 43 bags potatoes, 4 bales leather, ¼-cask wine, and sundries. 10.-Lass of Geraldton, 37 tons, H. O'Grady, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers Mr. Mrs. and Miss Kennedy, Mr. Rumble, and J. Burton, Cargo-100 bags bran, and 10 do. flour. DEPARTURE. July 11.-Clarence Packet, 60 tons, English, master, for Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers Mrs. Buchanan, and child, Misses Quin (2), Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson. Cargo-2 hhds. spirits, 3 chest tea, and 32 packages merchan- dize (under bond) for Bunbury, 4 hhds. beer, 10 bags sugar, and 34 pkgs. sundries. IN GAGES ROADS.-Belgravia, convict ship, discharging; Agent- C. A. Manning. Lady Louisa, from London, discharging ; Agent-C. A. Manning. AT GARDEN ISLAND.-John & Mary, loading for Singapore with Sandalwood.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 July 1866

IEW GOODS! UEW GOODS! J""ULSt OjD&JCLGCL. LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S FASHIONABLE- WINTER CLOTHING, BOY'S AND YOUTH'S SUITS, PILOT CLOTH JACKETS AND WATER PEOOF OVEE COATS, LEGGINGS, &c, FELT HATS, AND CLOTH CAPS. Millinery and Trimmings Silk and Cloth Jackets Oriental, Paisley, and Woollen Shawls Winter Dress Stuffs, comprising Plain and Fancy Camlets, Winseys, Shep- herd and Gala Plaids Black and Fancy Silks, Melton Tweeds Fancy Winsey Shirts, Crinolines and Under-clothing Ladies' Scarfs, Elastic Belts and Boas Patent Garibaldi and Polka Jackets Magenta, Fancy, and Lambs Wool Hose Black and Coloured Edge Velvets Colored Black and White Kid Gloves Trimmed Felt Hats Linen Collars Cambric Handkerchiefs Black Lace White Tule Gentlemen's Fancy Bands, Regent, and Tom Thumb Ties. Long Cloth, Florentine, Crimean, and Regatta Shirts Blue Dungaree, American Duck Huckaback, Cotton Prints Sheeting, Towelling, and Russia crash Horrocks' Long Cloth, Grey Calico Witney Blankets, Wool...

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THE PROSPECTS OF EMIGRANTS TO SOUTH AUSTRALIA. We extract the following from the Adelaide Daily Telegraph of June 29:— [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 July 1866

THE PEOSPECTS OF EMIGRANTS TO SOUTH AUSTRALIA. We extract the following from the Adelaide Baily Telegraph of June 29 : " In the Legislative Councilon "Wednesday, the Hon. Mr. Baker, brought under the notice of the Commissioner of Public Works a subject of great importance to the colony, and one that will most ¿kely engage the attention of the Government in the course of the next session. We allude to the present state of the labor market. It cannot be disputed for a moment that there are large numbers of men in the col- ony who find it impossible to get anything in the shape of regular employment, or even of employment at all, and the statements made by the Hon. Mr. Baker, the Hon Mr. Elder, and the Hon. Mr. Angas on this point are not to be controverted. To two causes we may attribute the present depressed condition of the labor market. The unexampled drought in the Far North, which has all but ruined so many, has thrown very many more idle upon our hands ; while through some defec...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 July 1866

To the Editor of the Perth Gazette Sr W. A. Times. SIB,-As the Press is the only vehicle by which public abuses can be brought before the notice of the community, I beg yon will spared space in your journal for the following little^ narrative : " Twelve months since I was robbed by two absconders from a road party, of my gan, rug, food, and other articles to the value of about ¿810. This robbery took place within 6 miles of the Police Station at the 124th mile on the; Albany Eoad. Information of the robbery with a list of the goods stolen, was delivered at the. Station within two hours of its occurrence ; the absconders were captured with my gun, &c. in their possession about three weeks afterwards to the eastward of York," Now, Mr. Editor, the men being taken and convicted, and my property recovered, I was foolish enough to think it would be returned to me or delivered up to my employer apon hù application, but it appears that the Polioe,do not do things in quite so simple'...

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NEWCASTLE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. July 9, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 July 1866

NEWCASTLE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. V\-A Julv 9.1866. "< tïÈA an adjourned General Meeting held at Mongers' Hotel, Newcastle, on the 9th instant, for the purpose of electing officers and further organising the Society, the Eesident Magis- trate in the chair, the following resolutions were unanimously carried : 1st.-" That His Excellency the Governor be respectfully requested to become the Patron of the Institute." f 2nd.-"That the Eev. Charles Harper be vrequested to become the President of the Institute, and Messrs. S. P. Phillips, W. J. Clifton, M. Clarkson, and J. M. Dempster, Vice-Presidents." 3rd.-" That Mr. J. T. Monger be requested to act as Treasurer, and Mr. J. B. Eidley as Honorary Secretary.'* 4th.-«'That Messrs. J. Clarkson. G. Whit- field, J. A. Wroth, T. O'Niel, E. Mcintosh, T. Paisley, D. Mcpherson, C. Chitty, S. Gregg, L. Lukin, C. S. Monger, and D. Connor, be re- quested to act as a General Committee of management with power to appoint any part of their numbe...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 July 1866

THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. Incorporated by] Acts of Parliaments. Capital d31,000,000-in 200,000 Snares of áS5 each. THE PEETH BEANCH of the above Bank is now open for the transaction of General Banking business, and is prepared to make temporary advances to Merchants, Farmers, and others upon approved security. Advances also made against ensuing wool clips, and Bills on London drawn against the same purchased on favorable terms. LOCAL BILLS, payable at any Bank, are received for discount daily. Bills for ordinary trading transactions, Not exceeding 65 days currency at 7 per cent, per annum. « » 05 « « tt 71. « n tt tt 126 " " " 82 " " " " 156 " " " 9| Promissory Notes, and past due Bills. " 10 " " CUEEENT ACCOUNTS opened with Commercial Houses, and private persons ; Eemittances for Credit consisting of Cheques or Orders payable at any place in Perth, collected and acknowledged free of charge. INTEEEST on overdrawn Current Accounts charged at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum...

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