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COMMERCIAL. WOOL SALES—1875, (Contiuued May 6th.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 July 1875

COMMERCIAL. WOOL SALES-1875, (Contiuued May 6th. ) l^jj mark in centre 25 bales, at uls. lOd. ; lo 1 do., at Is. 9^d. ; 19 do., at Is. 9d. ; 1 do., at Is. 5d. ; 3 do., Is. Sd. ; 1 do., at 2s. ; 2 do., at Is. 5^d. ; 14 do., at Is. 9d. ; 3 do., at Is. 4d. ; 2 do., at Is. 5M. Gç 9 bales, at Is. lid. ; 9 do., at Is. lid. ; 2 do., at Is. 7d. ; 2 do., at Is. Id. OH 7 bales, at Is. 2 k1 ; 1 do. at 9M. BDC 11 bales, at Is. lOd. ; 14 do., .it Is. Sd. : 1 do., at Is. 6'd-kl. ; 3 do., at lid. ; 2 do., at Is. 5d. MH 5 bales, at is. 9d. ; S do., at Is. 9d. ; 2 do., at Is. 7Vd. ; 2 do., at Is. OW. JL 11 bales, at Is. S-kl. ; 2 do., at Is. 7d. HO "* M.Cluiie&Co. 12bales>at ls- 10d.; 14 do., at ls.v10d. ; 2 do., at Is. 7kl.'; 2 do., at Is. Id. rio " ~ WL ^ hales, at Is. d\d. ; 3 do., at Is. 6^d. ; 1 do., at Is. Id. J.McD S bales, at Is. lOd. ; 1 do., at Is. 5U. DC 4 bales, at Is. 1 k1. M2 9 bales, at Is. lid. : 14 do., at Is. lOd. ; 2 do., at Is. 6kl. ; 1 do., at Is. J2d. mU 5 bales, at ...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. MAIL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 July 1875

r BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. MAIL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. FREMANTLE 16th July.-Lady Elizabeth, for Geraldton July 19th,-Rosette, from Geraldton and Cossack. Same day-Fire Fly, aud Star, for Sharks Bay. ALBANY 16th-Georgette, for Adelaide 1*40 p.m. Same day-Ovelancl mail, from Perth 1250p.m. July 17th-s.s. Pera, with English mails arrived 11 45 last night. Same day English mail, overland, left for Perth 5 am. Same day-s s. Pera, for Melbourne 2 p.m. GERALDTON 16th-Hampton, from Fremantle, 4 p.m. BUNBURY 17th-Wild Wave, for Vasse. DONGARRA 17th-May, from Fremantle. VASSE 18th-Wild Wave, from Bunbury. July 19th-Dania, for Fremantle 8 a.m. KOJONUP 18th-English mail, passed 9 a.m. WILLIAMS ISth-English _, mail, passed 10*30 p.m.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 July 1875

1 o c ir I n ii ír ê&wtx \x I YiCE-liüGAii :-We understand that His Ex- cellency the Governor, accompanied by his Private Secretary, paid a visit on Friday List to the township of Guildford, m order to make an inspection of the public buildings in the locality CITY COUNCIL :-We have no desire to take upon ourselves to lecture the City Council, but their business operations do certainly seem some- times, a little un-business like. We have no intention, however of raising "points of order," but would suggest that the usual cii'cular notify- ing the day oí meeting forwarded to the Coun- cillors -and we presume, we may add to the press--should contain the ordinary informat'on wiàb. regard to the business on the paper to be transacted. Thiù is not given by any means as an original suggestion, for it is the general plan adopted by municipal bodies, and is a most use- ful, and convenient one. RÉCUSATION GROUND :-Perth, is a pretty township, but a want that is much felt is a resort ...

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DEAWING-ROOM LITERATURE. (John Bull.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 July 1875

DEAWING-EOOM LITERATURE. (John Bull.) v"""7 -*-'»""'./ It lias been said. " Show ine your friends and I will tell you what you are." This test, howover, is uofc unfailing be- cause our friends are not always eli osen by ourselves, but are often made for us by circumstances ; such as near neighbour- hood, old acquaintance, or common interests. A closer test would be, ' ' Show me your books;" show me what you habitually r.ead for your pleasure; not the good book you now and then-take up as a duty, but the literature to wlii h you naturally turn and which you really enjoy. And yet, how many people-ladies especially-would be willing to submit to this test ? Vie say, " ladies especially," not because ladies habitually read worse books than men, but because most still retain grace enough to be rather ashamed of doing so. They like to keep up the semblance of being '. particular," and will even persuade themselves that it is some sort ol superiority to wickedness that makes them like to re...

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

BBOUGHT in from ray run, and now in my paddock, ONE BAY HORSE, about 16 hands high, white tuft on withers, branded something like CL on tibs, shod ali round. ALSO, ONE PONY, light brown, about thirteen and a half hands high, white saddle mark on back, no brand visible. If not claimed, will be sold as the law directs. THOMAS PEEL. Peelhurst, July 7th, 1875. [10s. DENTAL NOTICE. MONSIEUR BEURTEAUX, 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, ßgTWhose superior quality of Metals obtained the respective Gold Medals awarded at the Exhibitions of London, Vienna, and Melbourne. NARBA TAKKA SMELTING WORKS. Perth City Council. WHEREAS the Perth City Co...

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RAILWAY COMMUNICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 July 1875

RAILWAY COMMUNICATION. A meeting of a committee for the purpose of initiating steps for the constrxxction of a line of railway to connect Guildford, Perth and Fremantle was held on Saturday afternoon last, at the Freexnason's Hotel, Perth. Among those present wei-e Messrs. Glyde, Hamersley, Bullen, Birch, Cumming, De Bxxrg, Gull, Wanliss, Elliot, Absolon, Wilkinson, Randell, Morrison, McLern, Waylen, Hardey, Bird, and others. Mr. GLYDE, having been elected to the chair, opened the meeting by observing, that he felt pleased to see such a meeting held, as he believed the object to be a good one, and one of first importance to the colony, He had been j a resident in the colony for many years and ! seen the great want of railway commuuication. He believed that if the railway was started it shoxxld begin at the beginning viz., at the end of the pier at Fremantle, coming then to Perth extending on to Guildford, and eventually to more inlaxid districts. Mi". MORRISON said that before movin...

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GERMANY, FRANCE, AND THE PEACE OF EUROPE. (New York Times, May 2.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 July 1875

GERMANY, FRANCE, AND THE PEACE OF EUROPE. (New York Times, May 2.) Formerly it used to be said that when France was discontented, Europe could not rest. Since the war' of 1S70 all this has changed.. The current which deter- mines, the symptoms of political dis- turbances has been displaced. It does not now run through Paris. Paris is too much absorbed in national problems to take much interest iu outward affairs. The causes of anxiety by which Europe has been agitated of late, came from Ger- many. If there are yet some black spots and war-clouds at the horizou, they «ire traced to the banks of the Spree. There sits the oracle whose double-edged words fall like daggers from his lips ; there is the man who has it in his power to turn the scale for war or for peace. When Germany was engaged in a bloody struggle for the establishment of German unity, she had the good will and good wishes of the world. She has them still so far as her interior organization is concerned. She has the right...

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A CHURCH ON FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 July 1875

A CHURCH ON FIRE. The New York journals of May 29 contain details of the burning of the Roman Catholic Church at Holyoke, in Massachusetts, on the feast of Corpus Christi, when a hundred lives were lost and the same number of persons dreadfully injured. The Tribute gives the following details of the catastrophe :-" The congregation numbered about 600 persons, the body of the building being well filled, and the galleries crowded. The statute of the Virgin oil. the right of the «alter was decorated with fioAvers and drapery. At 7-45 p. m. the hangings were set on fire by the flaring of a caudle, caused by a draught from an open window. An attempt to extinguish the flames was made by a youug girl, but her shawl became ignited, and the lire spread to the walls and ceiling, which were lined with tarred paper, and soon tlie entire building was wrapped in flames. The persons in the galleries met the crowd from the body of the building at tlie foot of the staircase, and the passage became c...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE W.A. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 July 1875

To THE EDITOR OF THE W:A. TIMES. Sir,-"Retrogression of Temperance" appears to be an improper heading, and one likely to Í¡ive a false impression to the letter extracted rom the Temperance Neivs published in your last issue. The letter from James Lewis appears to refer to a retrograde movement of the benefit order of Recliabites only, not to Temperance generally. Temperance, and Total Abstinence in particular I believe to be both increased, and increasing. Yours faithfully, C. HENRY ELLIOTT. Guildford, 18th July, 1875. WHAT TO DO WITH OUR DEAD.-NOW that Sir Henry Thompson's cremation scheme, owing to tile want of pecuniary support, and the existence of strong public prejudices, has ended in smoke, and Mr. Seymour Hayden's unpracti- cal basket proposal is not at all likely to receive very serions consideration from any one but himself, we have another in the arena of compo- sition in the person of Mr. Wilson, an architect, who has offered to submit his plan to the City of London for ...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 July 1875

0rr*sp0ttJ>f!tf*, To THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. Sir,-Your contemporary the Herald in its issue of 10th inst., once more "raves" in "tall talk" on the subject of duty on flour. It com- mences by covering and wasting about the length of a column with perfectly unnecessary explanations, that the abstract theory of free trade has nothing at all to do with the question of duty, or no duty, on flour in this colony. It is true that some of the opponents to a duty have quoted Adam Smith and Dr. Fawcett, but many others have shewn long ago, that such quotations are quite irrelevent to the question we have to discuss and consider as a matter of colonial interest. In my last letter to you, I .stated the principal reasons for an opposition to the proposed duty on Hour, but the article in the Herald induces me to make some additions, for the purpose of calling attention to the apparent wilful incorrectness of its statements. 1st. We do not send money out of the Colony for flour. As near a...

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Country News. VASSE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 July 1875

Cflttittrg fUfos. VASSE. (From our own Correspondent.) The inhabitants of Busselton were disap- pointed on Wednesday morning when they heard that the Steamer had been and gone again during the night. A large number of the in- habitants would have been glad to say farewell to Mr. Barlee, but as it was, only a very few had the chance of doing so. Amongst these were Mr. J. S. Harris, Bird, H. W. and Mrs. Brown, Mr. Cookworthy, Mr. Simpson, Mr. Eldridge and Mr. Thos. Dixon. Mr. Barlee landed at 3 a.m. and remained at the Vasse Hotel about an hour. The address was presented and a reply received in due form. it appears that no report of our political meet- ing has been sent to any of the newspapers, and I will give you a few jottings of our Honorable Member's view's and sentiments therefore. Harbor Works.-Kead MT. Wardell's report with great interest and would hear what others had to say, and act accordingly. Duty on Flour.-Would be guided by his con- stituents but when pressed for a defi...

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ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. (From our own Correspondent.) ALBANY, THURSDAY, 1-25 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 July 1875

ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. (From our own Correspondent.) ALBANY, THUBSDAY, 1-25 p.m.' The presentation ol the address from the settlers of the district to the Hon. F. P. Barlee, was most numerously attended by the most influential residents of Albany. Great regret is expressed that the services oí so useful a public man should te lost to the colony. The Colonial Mail is now forty-eight hours behind time, and has not yet been sighted. No cause can be assigned as the weather has latterly been very fine.

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COMMERCIAL. THE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 July 1875

COMMERCIAL. THE WOOL SALES. In the Home News, Messrs. Jacomb, Son, and Co , report:-The second series of pu WIG sales of colonial wool has progressed with firm ness, and there is nothing now to indicate any proba biltiy of present prices not being sup- ported tor some time to come. It is arranged that these sales shall close on the 17th inst., and that the ensuing series shall commence on August 17. Of the 233,000 bales which have passed the hammer but a very small proportion has been withdrawn or bought in; about one halt the quantity has been taken for foreign account, France especially giving important support to prices. There have been, as must always be the case in a long series ol sales, several fluctuations in values during the more than five weeks these auctions have now been in progress ; prices iinproved trom the opening on almost all des- criptions as quoted in previous reports, (he most marked improvement during the course of the sales being on ¿jood coarse and half-bred...

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MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 July 1875

MAIL NOTICE. Mails for transmission by the P. & 0. Com- pany's packet from King George's Sound will close at the General Post Ginee Perth, as follows : For the Australian Colonies, Aug. Uth, at 12 p.m. For England, India, &c, Aug. 11th, at 12 p.m.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 July 1875

BIRTH. CONNOR.-On the 8th inst., at Yeldham House, Fremantle, the wife of Thomas Connor of a daughter.

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Supreme Court—Criminal Sittings. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice, and a Jury of twelve.) WEDNESDAY, JULY 21ST, 1874. MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 July 1875

Supreme Court-Criminal Sittings (Before His Honor the Chief Justice, and a Jury of twelve.) WEDNESDAY, JULY 21ST, 1874. MURDER. Matthew Whalligan, was charged with having on the 12th March, 1875, feloniously and wil- fully murdered one Antonio Águila, at Champ- ion Bay. Prisoner pleaded ' ' not guilty. " The Attorney General prosecuted on behalf of the Crown, and Mr. Howell appeared for the defence. The Attorney General in opening the case went minutely over the various details. It ap- peared that on the 12th March, the deceased who was living in a hut with the prisoner, went out with his sheep and dog, being seen by the native women. These women went to the hut where the prisoner was ; and he sent them out with his dog hunting for bandicoots. This was alxrat sunrise, and they remained away about us. hours. When they returned, the sheep and Antonio's (the deceased) dog was there, but he was not there himself. The track of the deceased had been traced by a native named Jack back to a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 July 1875

(ADVEKTISMENT) HOLLOW \Y'S PILLS AND OINTMENT,-Dise iseb oí the Chest.- I he daily increase ot deaths Irom these causes is posi- tively appalling During the last tew weeks, from the hot days and cold nights, many aged and delicate persons have died ot bronchitis, inflammation of the lungs, and other chest complaints, perfectly lemediable at their outset Let no one afflicted in the chest hesitate toi a moment to use Holloway's poteut lemedies. Propeily used, they will mitigate each symptom, and avert those disastrous consequence^ greviousl> noted by the Registrar Geneial. Rub the Ointment thoroughly over the chest at least tine« times a day, and take the Pills exactly accoidmg to the printed mstiuction alhxed to each box and pot. Immediate i elie! and permanent cure will result. FIREWOOD! FIRE WOOD!! BEST DRY »¿NKLS1A. Delivered in any part of the town, at 12s. per cord, by ARMSTRONG & McGLEW. Perth, 17th July, 1875. STRAYED from the 125 mile Albany road, one BLACK HORSE, ...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 July 1875

NOTICE. The Proprietors desire to notify to tlie Subscribers and Public generally, that they have secured the services of a gentleman recommended by the editor of the " Argus" Melbourne, wlio will for tlie future under' take the management of the paper. With a view to meet the wishes of tlie majority of Hie subscribers, it lias been decided to issue Hie paper in its present form, and to carry out otlier alterations deemed necessary. CORRESPONDENCE upor all matters of public interest is solicited. All such com- munications are to be addressed to tlie Edi- tor and must be accompanied by tlie name and address of the writer, not necessarily however for publication.

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LIST OF SELECTED EMIGRANTS PER "DAYLIGHT." [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 July 1875

LIST OF SELECTED EMIGRANTS PER "DAYLIGHT." Giles, George, age 22, single, farm labourer ; Shandy Francis, age 25, do. ; barrie Allan, age 25, do. ; Narrie Thomas, age 20, do. ; Morgan Henry, age 32, do. ; Prickett Geo. Edward, age l8, do. ; Cox Benjamin, age 19, do. ; Weeks Walter, age 27, married, do. ; "Weeks Elizabeth, age 24, do. ; Weeks Margaret, age 4 ; Morgan John, age 24, married, do. ; Morgan Angelina, age 26, married, do. ; Honxwell John, age 39, married, do. ; Honxwell Elizabeth, age 40, do. ; Honxwell Mary, age 22 ; Honxwell Joseph, age 14 ; Honxwell Francis, age 7 ; Honxwell Isa- bella, age 3 ; Honxwell John, age 9 months ; Cunnold Albert, age 32, married, farm laborer ; Cunnold Martha, age 28 married ; Cunnold Martha Amelia, age 3 ; Cunnold Oliver Albert, age 2 ; Cunnold Arthur Locke, age -7 mouths ; Fitzgibbon James, age 39, married, farm laborer ; Fitzgibbon Mary, age 37, married ; Fitzgibbon Julia, age 16 ; Fitzgibbon Mary, age 15 ; Fitz bibbon John, age 13 ; Fitzgi...

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 July 1875

©Jse ikstant australian Units. 80LUM NON MUTAT GENUS. FRTDAYTJULÏ^STÎHTO. THB renewal oí war between Germany and Fiance, has been prevented, as we now learn, by the prompt and united action of Russia and Great Britain. It is useless speculating on the possible ulterior purposes which the tonner may entertain ; with the latter of course there - can be none, and her influence was, probably, not the less prevailing on . that account, It appears that early in ; the month of May the representatives of Germany at Paris, Loudon, St. Peters- burg, Vienna, and Rome, officially com- plained of France '* pushing her arma- ments with a- view te an early resumption of war" and represented that "it wa* owing to the long-suffering of Germany, that war had not yet broken out." The Czar was then about to pass through Berlin on his way to the waters of Ems, and it. is asserted that he thought the situation so serious, that he telegraphed ior delay to the German Capital. Mean- while Count SCHOVALOFF, ...

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