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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 July 1875
STEEDMAN'S SOOTHING FOR (Mdren Cutting Teeth. Caution to Purchasers. The value of this well known Family Medicine has been largely tested in all parts of the world, and by all grades ot society, for upwards of FIFTY YEARS. Its well-earned extensive sale has in- duced SPURIOUS IMITATIONS, some of which in OUTWARD APPEARANCE so closely resemble the original as to have deceived many purchasers. The proprietor therefore feels it due to the public to give a special caution against the use of SUCH IMITATIONS. Purchasers are therefore requested carefully to observe the four following distinctive characteristics, without* which none are genuine : 1st.-In every case the words JOHN STEEDMAN, CHEMIST, WALWORTH, SURREY, are engraved on the Government Stamp affixed to EACH PACKET. 2nd.-Each SINGLE POWDER has directions for the dose, and the words John Steedman, Chemist, Walworth, Surrey, printed thereon. 3rd.-The name Steedman is always spelt with two EE's. 4th.-The manufacture is carried on sol...
MR GLADSTONE ON VATICANISM. (Hour, Feb. 25.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 July 1875
MR GLADSTONE ON VATICANISM. (Hour, Feb. 25.) Mr. Gladstone's reply to his Ultra- montane critics appears, must be con- fessed, under somewhat unfavourable circumstances. The interest of the sub- ject is well-nigh exhausted ; the public have been nearlv satiated with the redundancy of pbamphletizing rhetoric which the famous dissertation on the Vatican Decrees called forth. More than this, the national mind has been long since decisively made up on the case in ail its bearings. There are really not two opinions held outside the Ultra- montane pale. No one, except Arch- bishop Manning and his extreme co- religionists and partisans, denies that the dogmas of 1870, if they are inter- preted literally, are subversive of the first principles of civil loyalty. Few people will deny that Papal Infallibility, as it is KOW enunciated aud enjoined, is a doctrine of modern growth. No Englishman of ordinary intelligence would hesitate to admit that Mr. Glad- stone had scored a signal victory over...
Supreme Court—Civil Sittings. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) WEDNESDAY, JULY 7TH. Meadoweroft v. Wilding. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 July 1875
Supreme Court-Civil Sitting*. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) WEDNESDAY, JULY 7TH. Meadoweroft v. Wilding. This was an action brought by the Rev. David Meadoweroft, minister of the Congrega- tional Church Perth, against Mr. Thomas Wilding, a farmer and miller formerly residing at Kortham. The plaintiff sued for damages on account of the defendant having withdrawn his three daughters from a boarding school kept by Mrs. Meadoweroft, without giving a quarter's notice, in accordance with an agreement. For the defence it was pleaded that the girls had been harshly and cruelly treated and neglected, that they had been employed as nursemaids to the plaintiff's children and called upon to per- form sundry menial offices. In point of fact, the defendant pleaded that he was quite justi- fied in adopting the course which he did, in removing his daughters from the school. Mr. Howell appeared for the plaintiff. The Attorney General, instructed by Mr. S. H. Parker, conducted the defence. Th...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 July 1875
Co-operator's Medal of Menier9s House at the Paris Universal Exhibition of 1855. -o SILVER MEDAL AT THE HAVRE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 1868 Bronze Medal at the Trieste International Exhibi- tion, 1871. Rigoll tfs Paper or Mustard leaves for Sinapism, ADOPTED P.Y THE PARTS HOSPITAL«* THE NATIONAL FRENCH ARMY AND NAVY AND THE ROYAL ENGLIÖH NAVY. Under the name of Mustard Leaves, I have in- troduced a new kind of Sinapism, which has none of the inconveniences inherent to the Mustard poultice, as f onnerly used. Instead of the many disagreeable and expen- sive operations required in the application of a sinapism as prepared by the ordinary method, one single leaf, immersed in water for half a minute and immediately after applied to the skin, will have the same effect as produced by a Mustard poultice, but without the annoyance of any linen being soiled and saving the patient and the people near him from the inconven- ience of the disagreeable smell and acrid vapour arising out from an ...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 July 1875
THE LITTLE STRANGES. THE IMPROYED LITTLE STEAMER HAND LOCK-STITGH (SHUTTLE) THE "MSSEY and Co's New Family Silent Sewing Machine (Shuttle), THE NOISELESS TUDOR, ÉFor Tailoring and Manufacturing (Shuttle,) Wheeler and Wilson's Machines. MERCHANT AND SÍTTTPPTÍ!I?,S SUPPLIED. London Office: C. E. Wilson, 29, Falcon Sqyiare, London, E. C. England. ^g* MESSRS. NUSSEY & PILLING undertake the Purchase for Foreign Buyers of all classes of British Made ENGINES, MACHINERY, HARDWARE, WoOLNEN AND SOFT GOOLS. \ . . Dysentery, Cholera, Fever, Ague, Coughs, Colds, ka. ID:r. J". Oollis IBITO^T^XIO'S (Ex Army Med. Staff.) O O31 Hi O IR O ID ~3T INT IE IS THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE. CAUTION.-Vice-Chancellor Sir W. P. Wood stated that Dr. COLLIS BROWNE was undoubtedly the Inventor of CHLORODYNE: that the story of the defendant Freeman being the Inventor, was deliberately untrue, which he regretted had been sworn to. Eminent Hospital Physicians of London stated that Dr. J. Collis Browne was ...
Government Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 July 1875
êtfttrmKfltt émette. ' PROCLAMATION.-By His Excellency William Cleaver Francis Robinson, Esquire, Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint JMichael and Saint George, Governor and Coin in uuder-in-Chief in and over the territory of Western Australia and its Dependencies, &c, &c, &c,-Whereas the Legislative Council now stands prorogued until Saturday, the twenty fourth day of July instant, and whereas it is expedient further to prorogue the same ; Now therefore I, the said Governor, in exercise of the powers iu me vested, do by this ray Procla- im ation further prorogue the said Legislative Council from Saturday, the twenty-fourth day of J uiy, until Tuesday, the twenty-fourth day of August, now next ensuing. His Excellency The Governor has been pleased provisionally to appoint George B. Phillips, Esquire, to be* rt The Registrar," under the provisions of " The Land Titles Act, 1874." LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.-His Excellency The Governor directs it to be n...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 July 1875
WANTED AGENTS to sell Birming- ham and English Goods of all kinds. Wholesale Book Illustrated with 200 engravings, post free on application JOHM PELL, MERCHANT AND MANUFACTURER, Globe Works, Birmingham. Notice. I HAVE this day admitted ALFRED FREDERICK DURLACHER to a share in my business. After this date the business will be conducted under the stvle of W. D. MOORE & Co. W. D. MOORE. Fremantle, 30th June, 1875. To the Queen and Royal Family ; To H.R.H the Prince of Wales (Special Appointment) ; And to several Indian Potentates, Foreign Governments, and Railway Companies. Established 1749. J. W* .BENSON, WATCH AND CLOCK, MAKER, GOLDSMITH, SILVERSMITH, AND ARTISTIC METAL WORKER. PRIZE MEDALIST OP THE LONDON, DUB- LIN AND PAEIS EXHIBITIONS. Maker of the Chronograph by which the Derby and al] other Races and great Events of the Day are timed. MANUFACTORY AND CITY HOUSE-58 & 60, LUDGATE HILL. «?«??MM» WEST END ESTABLISHMENTS-25 OLD BOND STREET, AND 99 WEST- BOURNE GROVE, ...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 July 1875
^Ijipntug anteiligen ce. ARRIVALS-FREMANTLE. July 6th.-May, 28 tons, MaKauls, master, from Irwin Uiver. Cargo-190 bags wheat, 70 do. barley. DEPARTURES. July 7th.-Hampton, 20 tons, Brochie, master for Sharks Bay. On pearliug cruise. Same day.--Start, 5 tons, Maxworthy, master, for Sharks Bay. On pearling cruise. Same day.-Firefly, 7 tons, Asendorf, master, for Sharks Bay. On pearling cruise. -+
CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 July 1875
CITY COUNCIL. An adjourned meeting of the City Council was held in the Town Hall on Monday evening, the Chairman presiding. Present—Crs. Chipper, Smith, Summers, Mews, Backshell, Jewell, Letch, Churchyard, and Dyson, AN APPLICATION. The CHAIRMAN reminded the Council of Mr. Platt's application for an advance of money on account of his contract for constructing the drain to Claisebrook. An accumulation of water had necessitated a stoppage of the work for the present. Cr. JEWELL said that unless the Council chose to depart from the terms of the contract no ad- vance could be made. He himself, as the autho- rised supervisor of the work on behalf of the corporation had authorised the stoppage of the work, as he considered it unsafe to carry it on during the rainy season. The contractor, how- ever, might be allowed to proceed with such portion of the contract as the weather and the accumulation of water would admit of, and an advance being made to him on such work. The CHAIRMAN expressed ...
CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 13 July 1875
CITY COUNCIL. An adjourned meeting of the Council was held on Friday evening, Mr. Shenton, the Chairman presided. There were present-Crs. Smith, Jewell, Letch, Churchyard, Chipper, Stone, and Backshell. SANITARY. The CHAIRMAN called attention to a leading t article which appeared in the W. A. Times, * relating to Dr. Shaws's annual medical report, and complained that the report had not been published in extenso. The extracts printed in the Times and the comments of the editor would lead extra-colonial readers to imagine that the sanitary condition of Perth was on a par with the most unhealthy parts of Africa-say the Gold Coast. If the editor did not deem it necessary or expedient to publish the whole of Dr. Shaw's report, he ought to have modified his remarks thereon, and pointed out that a large proportion of the death rate here is due to the mortality among invalid prisoners, originally sent out here by the Mother country as convicts, and whose constitutions had been more or less ...
MEADOWCROFT v. WILDING, To THE EDITOR OF THE W.A. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 13 July 1875
MEADOWCROFT v. WILDING, To THE EDITOR or THE W.A. TIMES. Sir,-The Plaintiff having been non-suited, my wife and I had not the opportunity of deny- ing the assertion made by Mrs. Meadowcroft relative to the state of our daughters' heads when they went to her school. I trust there- fore you will allow me to say that both my wife and I were prepared to swear, not only that our daughters heads were perfectly clean, but further that up to that time the vermin which Mrs. Meadowcroft says, abound so largely in Perth, had never been seen in our house. THOMAS WILDING,
Correspondence. To THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 13 July 1875
ÜBXVttifa ni tritt. To THE EDITOR OP THE W. A. TIMES Sir,-You would greatly oblige me by answering the following question, viz.-Is it lawful for a Returning Officer to order an elector from the place of nomination, for the simple reason of asking permission to ask a candidate a fair question. My reason for asking is because the above occurrence took place in the York Conrt House on the 23rd June, the York election day, an elector (Mr. Whitely) wished to ask one of the candidates, Mr. Monger, whether would he be in favor of au equal grant to both denominations, when he was suddenly interrupted by the Returning Officer, who afterwards ordered him out of Court. A great deal of dissatisfaction seemed to prevail, they considered their right as electors was interfered with. For the informa- tion of all I feel it my duty to ask the present question. I remain, Sir, Yours truly, AN OBSERVER. York, 6th July, 1875. [The day of nomination is not the proper time for asking questions of candidate...
FOREST CULTURE. (Adelaide Observer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 13 July 1875
FOREST CULTURE. (Adelaide Observer.) With the reassembling of Parliament Mr. Krichauff has resumed his valuable labours in the cause of forest preservation and exten- sion. Having learned by experience the utter futility of looking to the Survey Oliice, bur- dened as it is with manifold other duties and responsibilities, to take energetically in hand the work which he has so much at heart, he has at the earliest possible opportunity sub- mitted to the Assembly a Bill supplying machinery for giving practical effect to his views. What he proposes is that a Board, consisting of five members to be appointed by the Governor, shall undertake the entire management of forest matters. With this view they are to hold in trust all property dedicated or given up for forest reserve purposes ; they are to have full power to direct the expen- diture of the moneys granted for their use out of the public revenue or realized by the sale of plants, trees, and timber; they are to have authority to proc...
ADDEESSES TO ME. BARLEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 13 July 1875
ADDEESSES TO ME. BAELEE. The address prepared and adopted by the City Council, on behalf of the citizens of Perth, for presentation to the Colonial Secretary on his departure, on leave, for England was presented to him in the Town Hall on Saturday afternoon. The address was very beautifully engrossed by Mr. Dean. Mr. SHENTON, the Chairman of the City Council, in presenting it, spoke in very flattering terms of the services rendered to the colony by Mr. Barlee during a residence of twenty years. The address was as follows : To Hon. F. P. BARLEE ESQ., Colonial Secretary, Western Australia. SIR -We the Council and Burgesses of the City of Perth, in general meeting assembled, congratulate you, on your approaching relax- ation from the duties of* your office. Work of nearly twenty years duration has brought you frequently in close communication publicly and privately with most of us, ano few public men leave their fellow citizens, more heartily appreciated than yourself. This address is ...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 13 July 1875
â?l)tpptng anteiligen ce. ARRIVALS-FREMANTLE. 10th July,-Gem, from Champion Bay, (not entered). Same day,-s.s. Georgette, coming in from Vasse. DEPARTURES. 10th July,-Wild Wave, 28 tons, Cross, master, for Bunbury, and Vasse. Passengers J. Green, Kennington, and 3 others. Cargo 32 pkgs. merchandize, 2 qr-casks, and 10 cases brandy, and 1 qr-cask wine, (under bond), 30 bags flour, 65 do. sugar, 11 pkgs. tea, 4 cases spirits, 50 cases kerosene, 40 boxes soap, and sundries.
The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY. JULY 13,1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 13 July 1875
Wyt Mz%Xmx %uixiïmx Unm. SOLUM NON MÜTAT GENUS. TUESKAYTÎULY^TÏ^. CLEANLINESS, as the proverb says, is next to Godliness, and if that be true we might cap it with another "The nearer the church the farther from God." Lord CARNARVON hastens to suggest reforms in the sanitary or unsanitary condition of the city of Perth, after reading Mr. Shaw's report ; what would he not have suggested as necessary in the sanitary condition of the citizens, or their chil- dren had he read, and given equal credit to the evidence tendered in our supreme court in the recent case of MEADOWCROFT v. WILDING. That evidence so far as it affects the witnesses themselves, we of course accept on their own report, but we must altogether demur to its correct- ness with respect to their fellow citizens generally ; if vermin are matters of course in a private school, we presume they are not admitted into or permitted in the public schools. It should seem however, that neither godliness nor politeness have any neces...
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 13 July 1875
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. FREMANTLE, 8th July-Hampton for Gerald- ton and Sharks' Bay. July 10th-s.S. Georgette, from Bunbury 3-30 p.m. BUSSELTON, 9th.-Georgette, for Bunbury, 6-15 p.m. GERALDTON, 11th.-Rosette, from Cossack. THE Hon. F. P. Barlee, with Mrs. Barlee, left Perth yesterday morning, in the steamer Lady Stirling, escorted by a large party of friends ard well wishers, for F emantle whence after receiving the address there awaiting him, he embarked in the Georgette, via Bunbury and Vasse-where similar addresses are to be pre. sented to him-ior Albany, en route to England,
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 13 July 1875
S. S. "GEORGETTE" SAILS from Champion Bay every 4th SATURDAY, under contract with the Government, to convey English and Co- lonial mails to and from Albany. Pas- sengers will please note the postal time- tables, for the departure of the boat from the different ports. CONNOR & McKAY, August 8,1874. E. STEAM to Port ADELAIDE and BACK. M.S.S. 'GEORGETTE,' ROBERT SHAND Commander, will be dis« __ patched for above port from Fremantle, on 12th JULY next at 3 o'clock p.m., calling at Bunbury, Bus- selton, and Albany, returning from Ade- laide on or about the 10th August, in time to meet the Colonial Mails at Albany, due there on the 18th August. SALOON FARES: Fremantle to Port Adelaide ... 12 guineas, do. do. do. & return 20 do. Albany to do. do. . 8 do. " do. dól do. & return 14 do. STEERAGE FARES: Fremantle to Port Adelaide ... 8 guineas. do. do. do. & return 14 do. Albany to do. do. 4£ do. do. do. do. & return 8 do. For freight or passage apply to...