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

Northam, 30th June, 1866. SIB.-We, the undersigned, beg that you will call a Public Meeting at Northam, to discuss the advisability of re- questing the Government to declare a road from the main Une to the Stations north of Northam. Sour obedient servants, (Signed) W. CHIDLOW, JOSEPH LOCKYER, J, DELMAGE, THOMAS WILDING, R. BOURKE. Wf J. Clifton, Esq., * Resident Magistrate, Newcastle. In pursuance of the above Requisition a Public Meeting will be held at Wil- ding's Hotel, Northam, at NOON on THURSDAY, the 2nd August next. WILLIAM J. CLIFTON. Newcastle, 7th July, 1866. NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS. HAVING- lately been much harrassed by persons' stock trespassing upon my lands, I hereby give notice that from and after this date Owners of Cattle, Sheep, and Pigs, so found upon my runs, will be dealt with as the law provides. WILLIAM G. LEEPER. Warranine, July 6,1866, »I IMC IM! ZEH.7 S UNEIVALLED PERFUMERY, Warranted to retain its excellent quality in any climate. RIMMEL'S TOILET VINEGAR, to...

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THE NATIONAL MUSEUM AT, MELBOURNE. [From the Australasian.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 July 1866

THE NATIONAL MUSEUM AT, MELBOURNE. [From the Australasian^ In fire minutes after entering you aTe thread- ing dense South American forests with the megatherium; flying over dank and stagnant oolitic lakes with the pterodactyl ; looking awe- struck at a huge iguanodon ; wondering at the enormous bulk of the ichthyosaurus ; angling on the shores of some palaeozoic Hudson's Bay, for shoals of Hugh Miller's fishes, the pterich thys, the coccosteu3, and the holoptichius, among which, by a sort of geological anachronism, crawl myriads of trilobites, whilst a big pleisio saurus rears his swan-like neck and robs you of your prey just as you hook and are about to land a bone-headed cephalaspis. Incontinently you are in the midst of an African jungle, and are confronted with a gorilla ; flying from such an apparition you are suddenly in the moon, look- ing wondering over the sides of a lunar crater. Turning for relief towards the walls, you stiaightway believe yourself haunted with a nightmar...

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SHEEP-WASH. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 July 1866

SHEEP-WASH. APPENDED we give an extract from an article in "All the Tear Eound," de- scribing a new manufacture at Liverpool, which we think well worth the attention of flock-owners. The introduction of the Tobacco Juice described would place the Scab Question, so far as regards the duty on tobacco, in quite a different point of view, in fact that portion of it may be set aside altogether, as of course the juice would not be subject to more than the ad valorem duty, and the sheep-owner would have no excuse, on the score of expense, for having a dirty flock-half-a-crown for the essence of forty-two ounces of tobacco places it within the means of all who may have use for it. THE RICHMOND CAVENDISH TOBACCO COMPANY, LIVEEPOOL. " A department of this manufactory though it deals with tobacco, has an end in view quite apart from smoking, chewing, or snuffing. This is the department which possesses an interest for the farmer. It produces tobacco juice for sheep and cattle wash. In America, ...

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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 20, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 July 1866

Itftl eKtfiU # It. &. (Bim«. | " Be just and fear not j Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Sliakspeare. !íElÍDAr71ruLTlo71Í66r IJT the Legislative Council on Friday last His Excellency the Governor favored us with his views as to. the state of matters with respect to the Petition for a partially Elected Council, the adoption of an amendment, and Mr. Samson's Protest, as also the delay which has taken place in the receipt of the decision of the Home Government. The question according, to His Excellency, is not now between the people as petitioners and the Council, but between himself and the Secretary of State as regards the Amendment. Of course this view of the question is founded upon the supposition that the Attorney General's opinion as to the meaning of the word« " It shall be lawful " in the Imperial Act, are simply permissory, and that the Council had the power to deal with the Petition as it thought fit. Whe- ther that opinion w...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, JUNE 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 July 1866

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRISÂT, JUNE 13. All the members were present. The GOVERNOR informed the Council he had received no dispatch from the Secretary of State on the subject of the proposed altération in the constitution of the Council, but as the session would not terminate until after the arrival of the next mail, he continued to hope he wocld be able to communicate to them the decision of the Home Government before they separated. Mr. SAMSON drew His Excellency's attention to the state of the platform at the Fremantle Ferry, and also spoke of some obstruction on the Fremantle Boad. The GOVERNOR said he would direct attention to what the hon. member referred to. Mr. HARDEY presented a Memorial from sheep-owners on the subject of the proposed Scab Ordinance. The Memorial was read, as was also a letter to the Colonial Secretary on the same subject. The order of the day was then read. REGULATIONS FOS GOLD AND COAL FIELDS. Mr. PHILLIPS, with reference to his notice of question as to wh...

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

Cfli'rapttïmta. To the Editor of the Berth Gazette $ W. A. Times. SIR,-Inspectors and their salaries-duty oji leaf tobacco-the Scab Act and the like-are the prevailing topics of conversation and argu- ment, this July ; as a change in our Govern- ment was last July, and from the unsatisfac- tory manner in which the promoters have brought the question before the Government, it will most likely be laid on the table, and then quietly shelved like its predecessor. This is a question declared by some to be of the greatest importance to the Sheep Farmer; a measure that will increase both quantity and quality of their returns, as also reduce the ex- penses attending them very considerably, as compared with the present system ; and be the precursor of advantages, as numerous as the evils complained of at present, immediately a Scab Act becomes law. Yet, strange to say, we, who are to be in receipt of these supposed benefits, and have been agitating for an Act, or what is tantamount to it, st...

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

For Adelaide. THE regular trader EMILY SMITH, DAVIDSON, Master, will return to the above Port, height or passage apply to T.&H. CARTER & CO. : Fremantle, June 19,1866. ~~ FOR MADRAS^ THE splendid ship "BELGRAVIA," Al, ^.895 tons register^ T. Jackson, ?commander, will leave for the )ve port, about the end of the present month. She has lofty'tween decks, and first-rate accommodation, and offers a most eligible opportunity for conveyance of horses. Apply to C. A. MANNING, Fremantle, Or G. SHENTON & Co., Perth. Fremantle, July 11,1866. Eor Shanghai. THE splendid Clipper-built Barque LADY LOUISA, Al 14 years, 553 tons, JOHN _MACKELLAB, Commander, will shortly sail for the above port. Has superior accomodation for Cabin and Steerage Passengers. For Freight or Passage apply to C. A. MANNING-, Fremantle, Or to G. SHENTON, Perth. Fremantle, July 9,1866. WANTED to proceed to the DeGrey River, about the beginning of next month, TWO GOOD SHEPHERDS, to whom liberal wages ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 July 1866

J^iptitô ïtttrflijpeiwe. ARRIVALS. July 16.-Emily Smiih, 141 tons, W. David- son, master, from Adelaide. Same day.-Swan, 25 tons, J. O'Grady, master, from Vasse and Bunbury. Cargo-25 trusses hay, 7 kegs butter, 40 sacks bran, 39 do. potatoes, and sundries. 19 -Mystery, 17 tons, Hedland, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-W. Button and W.Bradford.' Cargo-50 sacks bran, 4 cases sundries. DEPARTURES. July 14.-Wild Wave, 28 tons, G. Cross, master, for Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers Mrs. Reilly, 2 children, and 14 prisoners. Cargo-1 hhd. brandy, 1 hhd. rum (under bond), 1 qr.-cask wine, 7 sacks flour, 6 bags sugar, and 36 packages and cases, consisting of soap, oilmen's stores, iron, shot, &c, &c. _ Same day.-Lass of Geraldton, 37 tons, H. O'Grady, master, for Champion Bay. Cargo 2 qr.-casks wine, 3 bales and 1 cask (under bond), 4 loads timber. 41 bags potatoes, wool press, pair of bellows, and 34 cases and bales merchandize, &c. Same day.-Speculator, 14 tons, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 July 1866

DEATHS. WITTENOOM.-At Perth on the loth inst., MB. CHARLES WITTENOOM ; aged 42 years. PURSER.-At Bindoon, on the 9th instant, MB. JOSEPH PURSER, aged 48 years His loss is alike lamented by his family and friends. CHIDLOW.-At Springfield, Northam, on Thursday, 12th July, after a short and painful illness, MARY, the beloved wife of W. CHIDLOW, ESQ., deeply regretted by her sorrowing rela- tives and a wide circle of friends ; aged 48 years. COWAN.-At York, on the 28th Jane, WAL KINSHAW, son of Mr. Cowan; aged 4 years and 10 months.

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THE CABBAGE APHIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 July 1866

THE CABBAGE APHIS. It has been known for some months that this pest can be destroyed by several means, such as soap suds, powdered lime, oil, &c, directly applied to the insect under the leaf, but all are useless except to amateur gardeners, the time, expense, and labor to apply them on a large scale precluding their use to the market gardener. An extract we append on the use of COAL TAR, gives the hope that in it may be found the means of getting rid of the insect upon a large scale and with comparatively little expense or trouble, at any rate it is worth a trial. Apparently no direct application to the infected plants is necessary, as it is the scent of the mixed tar and sand which is stated to be so efficacious. We should be glad to hear the result of any trial that may be made of the plan.-ED. "P. G. & W.A.T." COAL TAB AND PHENIC ACID.-At a late meeting of the Sociétè Impériale et Centrale d'Agriculture. M. Chevreul com- municated a highly interesting paper by M....

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

For Adelaide. THE "EMILYSMITH," W.\ Davidson, master, will sail vfor the above port, about the 3rd _jof August. -For freight or pas- sage apply to. T. & H. CARTER & CO. Fremantle, July l8,1866. N. B.-Captain Davidson intends to placé his vessel regularly in the trade, . calling at the Sound when sufficient in- ducement offers, and for the convenience of those dealing with Melbourne, will get ihe goods by steamer to Adelaide, charging only the rate of freight from Melbourne to Fremantle. Damaged Goods ex "Lady Louisa." MR. T7SMITH WILL sell by Auction, at his Rooms, Hay Street, Perth, (for the benefit of all parties concerned), on WEDNESDAY, 26th instant : Â QUANTITY of Damaged Goods, ex " Lady Louisa," consisting of Cali- coes, Candles, Flannels, Fuse, Salt, &c, &c. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock. Further particulars by placard. J. GK O. OAEB, IMPOETEE, IP IE IR,T H . KEW GOODS JUST OPENED. AN extensive assortment of DRAPERY, HOSIERY, & HABERD...

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BARON LIEBIG ON TILLAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 27 July 1866

BARON LIEBIG ON TILLAGE. Heavy land may be very quickly got clean and in condition by the plough, the Croskill clod-clusher, and heavy, deep harrows, with teeth a foot to eighteen inches long. Of course, this must be done in dry weather, after very deep ploughing and snbsoiling, the surface having been scarified immediately on the re- moval of* the corn crop. Liebig points out to us how necessary it is to separate each granule so far as practicable. Many of the Baron's remarks and discoveries in connection with tillage are so original and so valuable, that I wish I had time to quote them all ; but failing that, I recommend a careful study of his works, particularly "The Natural Laws of Hus- bandry," "Letters on Modern Agriculture," aud "Principles of Agricultural Chemistry;" we should then know why salt, nitrate of soda, and superphosphate aro useful in some cases, and valueless in others. Permit me to road the following quotations froni Liebig's fifty principles of agricultural che...

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Meteorological Register from the 24th June to the 23rd July, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 27 July 1866

Meteorological Register from the 24th June to the 23rd July, 1866. / BAROMETEE. Inches^, Maximum height . 30*480 J Minimum height . 29*660 Mean height . 30*121 Eange . «820 THEKMOMETEE (in the ¿hade.) Maximum Temperature at 7 a.m. ... 62*00 " at noon. 6900 " - at 43) p.m.... 66 00 Minimum Temperature at 7 a m. ... 44*00 " at noon ... 6500 '* at4«30pm ... 53 00 ^ Mean Temperature at 7 a m. . 5316 " at noon . 62*26 ** at 4.30 pm. ... 59 53 Maximum Temperature of the month 69 00 Minimum " " 43 00 Mean daily temperature of the month 58 32 Approximate mean day and night temp. 54*86 Maximum temp, on the grass at night 54*00, Minimum " " 32*00 Mean " « 43*40 HYGEOMETEB (dry and wet bulb thermometers.) Maximum Temp, of dew-point at 7 a.m. 60*f)o " " at noon 60*20 ~ " " " at 4-30p.m. 69*20 Minimum Temp, of dew-point at 7 a.m. 40*70' " " at noon. 46*70 " at 4.30 p.m. 43-30 Mean Temperature of dew-point at 7 a.m. 50*20 " " at noon 54*12 " at 4*30 64-00: Maximum degree of humidity during the mo...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 27 July 1866

ÏBW GOODS! SEW GOODS! J"\xst 0;p©iLa.©ca~ LADÍES' AND GENTLEMEN'S FASHIONABLE WLNTEE CLOTHING, BOY'S AND YOUTH'S SUITS, PILOT CLOTH JACKETS AND WATEE 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, Eegent, and Tom Thumb Ties. Long Cloth, Florentine, Crimean, and Eegatta Shirts Blue Dungaree, American Duck Huckaback, Cotton Prints Sheeting, Towelling, and Eussia crash Horrocks' Long Cloth, Grey Calico Witney Blankets, Wool Gaiters ...

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REPRESENTATIVE INSTITUTIONS FOR COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 27 July 1866

REPRESENTATIVE INSTITUTIONS FOR COLONIES. With reference to Governor Hampton's remarks as to the possibility of late events having caused the Secretary of State to hesitate, as to, whether representative institutions are adapted to colonies having a population derived from British parentage^jrceJaeg Jbq call his attention to the following portion Of a leading article in the Times of the 20th May last, refer ing to the occurrences in Victoria : " It was the pride and boast of the Boman colonies that each was a copy or miniature of the Imperial Republic-tangiiam Popula Romani effigies parvo simulacrague. The resemblance, indeed, was almost perfect in respect of external forms; the Senate, the Consuls, and other august features of the Roman Constitution, had their counterparts in every petty town which claimed the privileges of a colony, and the veteran on the banks of the Orontes or the Danube was theoretically entitled to the same municipal franchises and civil rights as he would hav...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 27 July 1866

S6ipítt0 ïtttelUgettf*. ARRIVALS. July 25.-Speculator, 14 tons, Johnson, mas- ter, from the Vasse. Passengers-Richard and Joseph Johnson. Cargo-2 bales leather. Same day.-Clarence Packet, 62 tons, English, master, from Vasse and Bunbury. Passengers -Mrs. Lewis, Thomas and Francis Spencer. Cargo-28 sacks flour, 46 trusses hay, 100 bags potatoes, 26 do. bran, 11 sacks wheat, 6 do. barley and sundries. 26.-Favorite, 48 tons, Lakey, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-Messrs. Prole, H. Burges, J. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, and 5 children, Mrs. Holmes, and 2 children, and 2 others. Cargo-75 sacks flour, 7 do. oats, li do. barley, 12 do. bran and sundries. DEPARTURES. July 28.-Swan, 25 tons, O'grady, master, for Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers-H. King and 2 children, 19 Prisoners, 1 Warder. Cargo-26 sacks flour, 33 bags sugar, 12 -3 chests tea, 19 packages government stores, 54 cases and bags, &c, consisting, Oilman's Stores, wool bales, iron, nails, horse collars, «Sec, «Sec. I...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 27 July 1866

DEATH. MCPHERSON.-At Byeen, Toodyay, on Wed- nesday, 11th July, after a short and painful ill- ness, ÍENEAS, eldest son of MR. DUNCAN MC- PHERSON; deeply regretted by his sorrowing relatives and a large circle of friends. Aged 20 years and 9 months.

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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 27, 1866. Summary for the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 27 July 1866

!*ri& ê^tli* # ©lines; " Be just and fear not j Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Slutkspeare. Summary for the Mail. WHEN our last Mail left we were in a state of painful expectation as to what would be the result of the financial panic in London, reported by the late tele- grams, fearful of its effect upon the Wool Sales, as upon the pricea to be realised for our staple article of export, greatly depended the welfare of alarge pro- portion of the settlers. The intelligence, therefore, of so slight a fall having taken place upon the February rates was a great relief, and we now look forward with con- fidence as to what intelligence the incom- ing mail may bring as affecting our own interests, and with curiosity as to what hasx happened upon the continent of Europe, which, if the telegrams are to be relied upon, is probably now agitated by the commencement of a great war. Of colonial matters but little has oc- curred during the month w...

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THE DEMAND FOR HORSES AT HOME AND ABROAD. (From the Mark Lane Express, March 19.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 27 July 1866

THE DEMAND FOR HORSES AT HOME AND ABROAD. (From the Mark Lane Express, March 19.) Here as well as on the Continent, there is a steady demand for horses of all descriptions. Whether for saddle or vehicular traffic, they are in continuous request Even in Paris there are 7500 employed in the omnibus traffic, besides the cabs ; and in London, with our much larger population, the number employed for private and public conveyances is propor- tionately larger. But it is in our colonies, with their abun- dant pasturage, that horse-breeding is calcula- ted to be most remunerative/even though they may not raise the class of animals calculated to realise the high prices obtained here. The Cape Colony and Natal, and the Australian settlements especially, have given lately more attention to this subject, the demand for horses in India being large, and increasing. Horses are among those items of commerce for which a lucrative foreign market is always calling on colonial enterprise j and for produ...

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The Fortune Copper Mining Company, Limited, 30th June, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 27 July 1866

The Fortune Copper Mining Company, Limited, 30th Jmie, 1866. SI"R..-In forwarding you íny.MonthlyJReport. of this Minc I beg to call your attention to the following point of operations : WILLIAM FBEDBICK ENGINE SHAFT.-50 N.E. end.-Driving by 4 men, lode 4 feet wide, pro- ducing good stones of lead ore, but nothing to value. No. 1 Stopes bottom 30 S.W.-Working by 4 men, lode 2 feet wide, producing on an average 2 tons of lead and $ of a ton of copper ore per fathom. No. 2 Stopes back 30 N.E.-Working by 2 men, lode 2 feet wide, producing 1£ ton of lead ore per fathom. I am expecting this point of operation will shortly improve. SAMSON'S WHIM SHAFT.-Winze bottom 30 S.W.-Sinking by 6 men, lode 4 feet wide, pro- ducing 4 tons lead ore per fathom, ground spary for breaking. No. 1 Stopes back SO S.W.-Working by 2 men, at ¿63 10s. per fathom, lode 2 feet wide, pro- ducing 2£ tons lead ore per fathom. No. 2 Stopes back 30 S.W.-Working by 2 men, lode 4 feet wide, producing 4 tons lead ore per...

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