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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 July 1875

Notice. A MEETING of the York Jockey Club will be held at the Castle Hotel, on SATURDAY, the 24th instant, at 3 p.m., to arrange matters in connection with the forth-coming races. J. M. CRAIG, Hon. Secretary. Yorki July 7th, 1875. DENTAL NOTICE, MONSIEUR BEARTEAUX, Surgeon dentist, begs to inform his patients and the public, that he will be absent from Perth, on a professional visit to Busselton, and Bunbury, during the month of June, where he may be consul- ted in all cases of dental surgery. Teeth cleaned, stopped, and extracted. Metallurgy. TIN, ANTIMONY, LEAD, IRON, SILVER, AND GOLD, SCIENTIFI- CALLY ASSAYED. BY CHARLES H. HODSON, METALLURGIST, flgTWhose superior quality of Metals obtained the respective Gold Medals awarded at the Exhibitions of London, Vienna, and Melbourne. NABEA TAKBA SMELTING WORKS. Perth. City Council. WHEREAS the Perth City Council are empowered by the 43rd sec- tion of " The Municipal Institutions Act, 1871," to borrow by way of mortgage on the credit of ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 July 1875

( \DVERTISMENT) HOLLOWAY'» PILLS.-The Body's Bulwark,-Nine-tenths of the maladies afflicting adulls depend upon a disordered state of the stomach. Holloway"s Pills correct the fiist symptoms of indigestion by acting heilru ily on the gastnc juice, and wholesomely exciting the hver. They dispel flatulency ia incipient indigestion, and overcome heat, de- tention, and pain attending more advanced or neglected cases. These Pills invigonte, and soon restore the dyspeptic irooi the great and sudden depression ot strength always accom- panying stomachic disorders or Mliary derange- ment. They le^et cheerfulness, vigour, and happiaosa. In rectifying disorders of the digestive apparatus these Pills prove themselves* the promptest preventives ot disease. They raise a bulwark ugainst all appioachmg mala- dies, and pieoeive Ireshness, health, and lite. CONVICT DEPARTMENT. »pENDERS (in duplicate) will be re X ceived .it the Convict Offices, Fre- mantle, till noon of TUESDAY, the 20th instant, fo...

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THE MENTAL EFFECT OF PECUNIARY PRESSURE. (Spectator.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 July 1875

THE MENTAL EFFECT OF PECUNI- ARY PRESSURE. {Spectator.) Pain may be incurable, for it may arise from causes- as for instance, in our ter- rible eise we know, the protrusion of a small spicula of bone into the brain which science can detect but cannot reach and which are beyond all human power. But pecuniary distress can never seem absolutely beyond hope. A mere acident might relieve it, as has oiten happened after the sufferer, unknowing of the for- tune on its way, has taken the fatal plunge ; or a slight increase of earning power, or the opening of a new groove in life, or, and this is strangest of all, the development, constantly seen in women who have lost money, of a new power of doing without wants. Mrs. Gaskell paints that well in " Cranford," and we have seen a heavier fall than even Miss Matty Jenkyns's, a fall from ¿8300 a year to ¿£30, met by a sudden slaughter of all needs that bade defiance to pecuniary misfortune. And yet there can scarcely be a doubt that pecuniary tr...

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VESTRY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 July 1875

VESTRY MEETING. The adjourned meeting of the Vestry of the Parish ot St. George's Cathedral, was held in the Sunday Schoolroom on Wednesday evening last. Present :-The very Rev. the Dean (in the chair,) and Messrs. Joyce, Kenworthy, Dale, Loton Loftie, E. A. Stone, C. H. Clifton, W. Knight, S. Burt, and Jewell. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were   read and confirmed. COMMUNION CLOTH AND CARPET. The DEAN intimated that with reference to the motion made by Mr. Stone at the previous meeting, in regard to authorising the Church-' wardens to purchase a new cloth for the com- munion table, and a carpet for the chancel, he believed the ladies of the choir were prepared to undertake the task of making the articles re- ferred to. (Li the temporary absence of Mr. Jewell, a considerable amount of discussion took place, as to the advisability of any'action being taken I with regard to the plans of the choir stalls, lectern, and platform for the organ submitted withou...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 July 1875

WHttPWS VEGETABLE PllFïfc PILLS HAYE for more than thirty years proved their value : n Diseases oí the HEAD, CHEST, LIVIR, KLDNE1S and DIGESTIVE ORGANS. They are a direct purifyer of the Blood, and in all Skin Complaints one of the BEST MEDI- CINES known. j Sold wholesale and retail in boxes by G. WHELPTON and SON, 3 Crane Court, Fleet Street, Lonlon; and may be had of all Chemists an I Storekeepers in the Colony. WHOLESALE AGENTS: ELLIOTT BROS.» Pitt Ötreet, Svdney. FELTON, GRIMWADE & Co.,Melb'ne. J. THOMPSON'S KJ&TB0B MiP CONTAINS a large ¡percentage of GLYCERINE, in combination with other ingredients of the most Emollient kind. BY the constant use [of this SOAP, the ill effects of extreme ; climates upon the complexion will be ] revented, and a youthful softness and fre dmess inparted. THE PERFUME IS [RICH AND EN DURLNGj. Prices, 4d. and 6d. per tablet, and in Boxes of Three Cakes, Is. and Is. 6d. the Box. i . FACTORY-12, Southampton Row, London. I WHOLESALE AND F...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAIS—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 July 1875

r ^i)ipBtug Intelligence. ARRIVAIS-FUEMANTLE. July 13th,-Gem, 52 tons, Wilcock, master, from Irwin River. Cargo-66 bags flour, 50 bags bran and pollard, 100 bags barley, 252 do. wheat, 2 do. oats, and 3 pkgs sundries. July 14th,-Swan, 25 tons, Baldwin, master, from Bunbury. Cargo-20 tons sandalwood, 7 bags potatoes, 12 kegs butter, and 7 pkgs. . sundries. i SAILED. r July 13th,-May, 28 tons, Makauls, master, for Irwin River. Cargo-27 bags sugar, 43 pkgs. sundries. July 13th-Lady Elizabeth, barque, 658 tons, Edwd. N. Cobbett, for Champion Bay. Passen- gers-Mrs. Laurence nnd daughter. Rev. J. B. Atkins, Messrs. Harvey and Kenny, and eight miners and their families (20). Cargo-Sundry pkgs, merchandize (part ot original cargo iron» London) ; 8 pkgs. spirits (under bond) ; 51 bags potatoes, 100 hhds. beer, 50 bags sugar, and sundries. July 14th-s.s. Georgette, 211 tons, Hobt. Shand, for Port Adelaide, via Bunbury, Vasse, and Albany, with H. M. Mails. Passengers in cabin; Dr.Bellamy, Mis....

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RETROGRESSION OF TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 July 1875

RETROGRESSION OF TEMPERANCE. The following letter on this subject appear- ed in a late issue of the Temperance News : SIR.-In my last I promised to give you what I thought would stop the present retrograde movement of our Order. In putting forth my opinion I do not claim to be infallible, hence acknowledge my plan may be capable   of improvement. I will, however, sketch out a plan which, I think would tend to the ad- vancement of Rechabitism. Let our present district be divided into a number of smaller ones, no sub-district, however, to have less than 500 members. Each of these sub-districts to have a common sick fund, into which the receipts of the Tents, less the amount paid to sick members and a balance of a fixed amount per member, be paid quarter- ly. These sub-districts to be governed by representative from each Tent, who shall have the management of the sick fund, the power to open new Tents in their sub-districts, and form a court of appeal from the quarterly Te...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 July 1875

THE < W. A. TIMES ' IS PUBLISHED IN PERTH, ON TUESDA YSand FRIDAYS, TIME FOR THE OUTGOING MAIL. PRICE 3d. Inual subscription in advance «£10 0 ^1 ADVERTISEMENTS are in in both weekly issues, and there ear twice the number of times FOE THE W. A. TIMES. c WALKEK, Geraldton. ALDECK, Greenough. Mr. GrTlNÍfríí¿N, York. Mr. C. S. MONGER, newcastle. ^ Mr. JOHN SMITH, Dongarra. Mr. G. E. TEEDE, BunbuW and South ern Districts. x \ S. S. GEORGETTE \ SAILS from Champion Bay every 4th v 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. S.S. "GEORGETTE." I THE freight on goods landed from this vessel must be paid before delivery, otherwise they will be stored at +he rí«¡k and "vp^nse of Consignees. All shippers of cargo must have a shipping order from the Agents. No cargo will be del...

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Police News. CI[?]Y POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 12th JULY, 1875. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 16 July 1875

Police News   POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 12th JULY, 1875. (Before the Police Magistrate.) RIDING ON FOOTPATH :—Andrew Dyson,   charged by Constable Morrison, with wilfully riding on the footpath at Adelaide Terrace, on Friday last, was dismissed with a caution. MATRIMONIAL TROUBLE :—Thomas Stephen,   appeared to answer the charge of having ill-   treated his wife. A compromise was effected   between the parties, by the defendant agree- ing to live apart, and guaranteeing a weekly   payment of 18s towards the support of his ASSAULT:—Frank Lawrence master of the   Steamer Advance was charged with grossly assaulting the Engineer, William Murray, on Thursday 8th inst. The evidence disclosed that Complainant was the aggressor and that the defendant had only acted in self-defence,   and under great provocation. In view of these facts, his Worship dismissed the case. BREACH OF POLICE ACT:—J. ...

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COLONIAL GOVERNORS. (The Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 July 1875

COLONIAL GOVERNORS. (The Standard.) There are very few officers under the British Crown which demand qualifications so manifold and so various as those ot Governors of colonies -officers which are invested with responsibili- ties, on the due discharge of which depends much of the safety, the dignity, and the great- ness of the Empire. The Governors of those British colonies which are endowed wich representative institutions have, above all, duties of a nature extremely delicate and onerous, of a kind to which there is no parallel elsewhere, and quite novel to the Constitution. The Governor of such a colony is something other than a Pro-Consul or a Prsetor of a Roman Province. He has to represent at a distance Irora the centre, very oiten with few external aids in support of his dignity or au- thority, the whole function of sovereign ty. He has to exercise the prerogatives of the Con- stitutional chief of a State while rendering obedience to the orders of an Imperial depart- ment. He...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 July 1875

(ADVLRTISMLNT) HOLLOW VY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS.-Systematic Ticatment.-Few state- ments aie moie wide ol tiuththan theasseition that 101 the erne oí disease-to e ailing pait alone demands attention, whereas both local and geneial mischief íequxies rediess. The e medicaments boldly lace the evils they profess to KMuedy ; local lehei and geneial punfication piogiess togethei , the diseased poitjon is cmed, the foul whole is cleansed. Hollnvaj 8 Ointment nibbed on the tin oat and chest e\ cicices thermost beneficial influence over soie tin oat*, diphtheria, and cough, Avhether result- ing horn catani), asthma, oi bionohitis. Tins unguent acts muaculously in aiie&ting the extension of suics, healing ulceiations, ciuing &kin diseases, and completely stopping all dcbtiuctive inilaaiuiatioiis. MA CONVICT DEPAR1MENT. r| VENDERS (in duplicate) will be re X ceived at the Convict Offices, Fre- mantle, till noon of TUESDAY, the 2Uth instant, foi the su|>ply oí the following art...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 July 1875

NOTICE. The Proprietors desire to notify to the Subscribers and Public generally; that they have secured the services of a gentleman recommended by the Editor of the " Argus" Melbourne, who will for the j ature under- take the management of the paper. With a vievj to meet the wishes of the majority of the subscribers, it has been decided to issue the paper in its present form, and to carry out other alterations deemed necessary. COR RESPOKDENCE upov all matters of public interest is solicited. All sticli com- munications are to be addressed to the Edi- tor and must be accompanied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily hoivever jo r publication.

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Correspondence. To THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 July 1875

C o r x t s $ o n î> £ n c i\ To THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. Sir,-Now that the vestry are taking measu- res to render somewhat more comely the Cathe- dral Church of the Anglican Communion in this colony, I shall be glad if you will allow me to suggest through your columns, that some plan be adopted to exclude dogs from the sacred building. A notice in the club soon succeeded in their exclusion from that building. Pro- bably one signed by the Dean and Church- wardens would do the same for the cathedral. If those officials however, are too " dogged," let the vestry take the matter up-but surely the good sense, if not the right feeling, of they " ''espectable'' dogs-for I observe that there are highly connected-should lead them stop at home and watch while their, so called, betters go to church and pray. lam, Tours truly, . A SENSITIVE DOG. Perth, W. A., July 19th, 1875.

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY. JULY 20, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 July 1875

Oc $kstent üEUistvniinn Cimes. &OLÜH ÎÎON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY. JULY 20, 1875. UINITIÍ, the discovery ol'Australia a black swan was a " rare avis in terris," nay, if we understand the poet rightly, some- thing more, it was to him a term of nega- tion, indicating not what is, but what is not, a letter x ia ornithology, an unknown quantity, that is an unknown bird. A correspondent however, suggests to us that, not unfrequently Australian, like other swans, turn cut, according to the old proverb, to be unly geese ; we cannot altogether agree with him, but there is a substratum of truth under his sarcasm. The numerous projects put forward from time to time for harbours, railroads, and steam communication &c, without suffi- cient consideration, and too often by those who know little or nothing about the subjects, may be well termed Australian geese. It would be of little importance if failure was the only result of these abor- tive attempts, but failure, in such cases, ha...

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Police News. CITY POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 16th JULY, 1875. (Before the Police Ma[?]istrate) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 July 1875

Douce |t r í» s. CITY POLICE COURT, FKIDAT, 16th JULY, 1875. (T.pfm'p flip Pnlirn li'Tnriialvnfp \ \jjiijure um .L uncu juuyiwuwi.). i RESISTING THE POLICE :-Jos. Goodall, Jobb- ing carpenter and general servant in the employ of Mr. A. D. Letch, was charged I with being drunk and disorderly last even- ' ing in his employer's shop, which oeca- j sioned his being given in charge to p.c. Earle, whom he violently assaulted, The accused's head and face however bore ample evidence that he had the worst of the conflict, as the constable had to use his staff on the occasion. He was sent to prison for three months. BREACH OV T,L. REGULATIONS :-Thomas Storey, tinsmith, neglecting to report his dis- charge trorn Mr. Sowden was fined 40s. and a pass for 14 days ordered, at the termination of which His Worship will consider whether Storey is worthy of a ticket on his own account. BREACH OE THE MUNICIPAL REGULATIONS : George Chipper, carter, in the employ of Messrs. Habgood, was charged with leav...

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Country News. YORK. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 July 1875

vjannUrg SUtos, YORK. (From our own Correspondent.") The Election is now a thing oí the past. Mr. Parker has been defeated by considerable odds and that's all. There is one tiling to be said, Mr. Parker had considerable influence in the district at work for him, and there is no doubt they did their best ; but all they could do was in vain. The weather is delightful ; in some places we hear of good lambing in others not so good. The Oddfellows intend opening a Lodge in our Town in the course of a week or two-the necessaries having arrived by the " Chalgrove." I have not the least doubt that Odd fellowship will spread and flourish in the Eastern dis- tricts.

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THE LATE YORK ELECTION. To THE EDITOR W. A. TIMES, [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 July 1875

THE LATE YORK ELECTION. To THE EDIÏOB W. A. TIMES, SIR,-The qnesfion of your correspondent, "Observer," of York, which appeared, and was answered editorially, in j'our issue of the 13th inst., is a very important one indeed; and, if there was not anything further, or more inde- corous in Mr. Whiteley's conduct as an elector. than simply asking permission to put a ques tion to one of the candidates, the imp «rtauce ol your correspondent's question, as well as the irregularity, and reprehensible conduct of of the Returning Officer is, at once, apparent. The importance of the question is seenin the fact, that, on more grounds than one the action, irregular on the part of the Returning Officer, might vitiate the election ; and, more particu- larly on one point, would it have this effect; for, if there were no other more justifiable grounds and reasons for ordering Mr. Whitely, who was and is an elector of the York and Beverley districts, out of the Court House, be- yond his merely askin...

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THE LATE DECISION OF THE SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 July 1875

THE LATE DECISION OF THE SUPREME COURT. In connection with an important decision lately given in the Supreme Court Perth, and of which we gave a summary in our last issue, a copy of the decision of the Magistrates and the opinion and order of the court has been sent to : »U the Magistrates of the colony. It appears > that at a Petty Sessions held at Geraldton, before Messrs. George Eliot, R. Fairbairn, C. D J V. Fosa, J. Ps. on the 18th day of May, 1875, .ne William Elliot was charged by a certain *^> information for that he was drunk in William Taylor's dwelling-house on the night of Sunday, the 9th May, instant. At the hearing of the said Information it was admitted by the said William Elliott that he was drunk in William Taylor's house on the night of the 9th May, instant. It was thereupon contended on the part of the Defendant, that although he, Wil- liam Elliott, admitted to having been drunk in the house of William Taylor on the night in question, he being drunk in a pri...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 July 1875

^hipping intelligence. ARRIVALS-FKEM ANTLB . July 16th.-Mary Ann, 104 tons, C. Morgan, Master, from Adelaide Cargo-1 case, Mr. Joint, 200 bags flour, J. Scollard ; 200 bags barley, Order ; 202 bags barley, Order ; 25 boxes ra;sins, Padbury Loton & Co ; 25 bags biscuit, Order ; 6 cases, Mrs. Gale ; 1 case, J. M Patton ; 2 pkgs D. Congdon ; 1 case, C. Smith ; 40 boxes fruit, 3 bags Almonds, 14 trusses hay, Pearse and Owston ; 242 bags flour, 65 boxes soap, 1 whim, and 2 pkgs, Mr. Simpson. DEPARTURES. July 16th.-Gem, 50 tons, Wilcock, master for Port Irwin. Passenger-Mrs. F. Pearse Cargo-265 posts, 101 bars iron and sundries.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 July 1875

j TUE * W. Al TIMES ' IS PUBLISHED IN PERTH, li on TVESDAYSand FRIDAYS, TIME FOR TJaE OUTGOING MAIL. Annual subscriptffcn in advance £1 0 0 All ADVERTISEMENTS are in- serted in both wejfcly issues, and there- fore appear twice I the number of times required. ! -;, ? - AGENTS FOR THE W. A. TIMES. f Mr. ISAAC WALKER, Geraldton. Mr. W. WALDECK, Greenough. Mr. G. INKPENJ York. Mr. C. S. MONGER, Newcastle." Mr. JOHN SMIT^, Dongarra. Mr. G.'R. TEEDE, Bunbury and South- ern Districts. s. s. SAILS from Champion Bay every 4<th SATURDAY, under con tract with the. Governmeut, to convejr English and Co- lonial mails to and from Albany. Pas Bengers will please ¡note the postal time- tables, for the departure of the boat from the different ports, ti COÍ NOR & McKAY. August 8,1874 nw the re THE freight on goods landed from this vessel must , be paid before delivery, otherwise theyíwill be stored at the risk andexpeuseof ponsigiieesv Ali shippers of cargo must have a shipping ord...

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