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INFAMOUS PROCEEDING!! [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 19 September 1835

INFAMOUS PROCEEDING !! Subsequently to the late trial we » attended at the Registrar's office, when the cobts in the suit Clark v. Macfaull, were regularly taxed, and paid, lor which we hold a receipt. The Registrar, Mr. A. H. Stone, however, some few days afterwards discovered that he had made an error, by which he was minus one guinea ; to obtain which sum he had re- course to what would appear a most un- precedented proceeding : He altered the bill of costs-a public document record- ed in his office-without giving us the slightest intimation of it ; and for this guinea, we having tendered the amount of damages, an execution was taken out against us, and the bailiffs placed iii possession of our premises. This is a simple statement of the facts ; but there are plots and counterplots connected with this business we shall feel it in- cumbent upon us to bring to light, and which, on the ensuing couit-day, shall be publicly exposed. In the meantime, as it is our own case, and we may s...

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CIVIL COURT. Before W. H. Mackie, Esq., Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 19 September 1835

CIVIL COURT Before W.H. Mackie, Esq., Commissioner.   John Butler v. George Smythe.-To recover ÍIL 28. Çd., a balance of account for board and lodging, money advanced, goods sold, and work and labor. William Butler, the son of the plaintiff, proved that the defendant had acknowledged in March last, that the sum he then owed was sixteen pounds. No defence was made.-Judgment for plaintiff 1U. Same v. same.-To recover 52. on a promissory note. No defence offered.-Judgment for bl. The Court allowed no other costs in this action t)ut fees out of pocket, on the ground that plain- tiff had needlessly severed his claim. Thomas Peel v. W. Crane. - To recover the amount of passage-money advanced for the de- fendant and his family. A. Armstrong, being sworn, deposed as follows : I was Mr. Peel's agent in arranging his contracts in London with his servants : the defendant was one. I came out in the same vessel with the defendant. All above ten years of age were charged at the rate ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 26 September 1835

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. On the 22d inst., the Sally Ann¡ Captain Howe, from Launceston DEPARTURE. On the 21st inst., the Eagle, Captain Pratt, for Hobart Town.-Passengers: Captain Beete, H.M. 21st Regt., Mr. Lamb, Mr. & Mrs. Brignell. Lying in Cockburn Sound -H.M. Ship Zebra, and the Monkey.-In Gages' Roads, the Sally Ann. Mau. open for S) dney per H. M. Ship Zebra.

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 26 September 1835

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1835. Some friends having kindly taken the trouble to inquire into the accuracy of the statement under the head of " in- famous proceedings," published in our last number, reflecting upon the official character of Air. A H. Stone, as Regis- trar of the Civil Court, and indirectly upon that of his brother, Mr. G.F.Stone, Sheriff,-we feel it incumbent upon us to admit, that the result of the inquiry has lett a conviction on our mind, that we were in error in assuming that the Bill of Costs in the,case Clark v. Mac- faull, was altered by the Registrar with any improper motive, or for his own benefit, inasmuch as we understand that a sufficient sum was lodged in his hands to cover all fees. Under these circum- stances we acquit the Registrar of any such intention, or indirection, and must express our regret if the reflections we cast either upon himself or his brother, have in any manner been prejudicial to their characters, or hur...

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NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 26 September 1835

NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. The Quarterly Subscription to this Journal ends with the present num- ber ; we must therefore request that all Accounts up to this date may be settled immediately.

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THE LAW OF LIBEL. PAPER DELIVERED IN TO THE COMMITTEE. Heads of a proposed Law of Libel and Slander. (MR. CHARLES BULLER) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 26 September 1835

THE LAW OF LIBEL. PAPER DELIVERED IN TO THE COMMITTEE. Heads of a proposed Law of Libel and Slander. (mr. charles buller) Article 1. The whole existing law of Libel and Slander is hereby repealed. Art 2. Libel is any one of the offences herein- after specified, committed by means of publication. Art. 3. Any act whereby the contents of any paper or other matter are intentionally or with culpable negligence made known, or put in the way of being made known or circulated among the public, or any indefinite number of persons, is a publication. But no merely mechanical act, or act done in the ordinary course of business, with- out knowledge of the contents of such paper or other matter, such as the printing, selling, or dis- tributing thereof, shall be held a publication; unless, after such paper or other matter shall have been pronounced libellous by a court of justice, and due notice of such sentence, and of the libellous nature of such matter, shall have been served upon the person so...

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WOOL. (From Macardy's Commercial Cyclopædia.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 26 September 1835

W O O L. (From Macardy's Commercial Cyclopaedia.) Tun chief difference in wool consists in the length and fineness of its filaments. That which has the finest filaments is reserved for the fine cloths. The most beautiful European wools are those of Spain and Saxony. The breed ol Merino, or fine woolled w panish sheep, has been introduced into this country, and found to retain the excellent qualities of the fleece New South Wales, and probably the whole of Australia, will produce as fine wool as any in Europe. Wool, either in a raw or manufactured state, has always been the principal of the staple articles of ibis country. It was before the time of Edward J II always ex- ported raw, the art of. working it into cloth and dj eing being so imperfectly known, that persons j above the degree of common people could not go I dressed in cloth of English manufacture* It has been customary in this country to divide the wool into two great classes-long and short wools ; and these again into sub...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 26 September 1835

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, September 25, 1835. MOTICE is hereby given, that, at 12 o'clock on Saturday, the 31st day of October, the Collector of Revenue will expose for Sale by Public Auction, in front of this Office, a Subur- ban Allotment (A 2) in the district of York, applied for by Messrs. Bland and Trimmer. For further particulars relative to the Situation and Boundaries, reference to be made to the Surveyor-General, and of the Conditions of Sale, to the Collector of Revenue By His Excellency's Command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. COMMISSARiAT~^FFÏCËÏ Perth, Sejitember 24, 1835. IENDERS in Triplicate will be received at this Office on Tues- day, the 29lh instaut, at 12 o'clock, from such Person or Persons as may be will- ing to supply the following Articles for the use of H. Si.3. n Zebra-:" Ten (10) Bushels Peas. Four hundred (400) lbs. Sugar. Two hundred (200) ibs. Suet. The Articles to be delivered on board H.M.S " Zebra," and will be subjec...

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CIVIL COURT. Before W. H. Mackie, Esq., Commissioner. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 26 September 1835

CIVIL COURT. Before W. H. Mackie, Esq., Commissioner. [continued.] Charles Pratt v. Thomas Peel.-To recover 138l. 8s., the amount due on a dishonored bill of exchange, drawn by defendant, for 82l.,, with re-   exchange and interest. Defence-Want of due diligence on the part of plaintiff in giving notice of dishonor, the protest being dated the 16th June, 1830. Replication that the drawer had no effects in the drawee's hands. No evidence was offered by the plaintiff in support of this replication, except the protest, which merely avered the drawee's answer on pre- sentation-that "the bill would not be paid." The plaintiff then handed in a letter from the defendant, dated in February last, acknowledging the receipt of a letter addressed to him by the plaintiff's agent, which gave notice of the dishonor of the bill. In this letter the defendant expressed, a hope that the holder would not take any proceed- ings to inconvenience him, as he (the defendant) " did not mean to d...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. MELANCHOLY SHIPWRECK. Total loss of the female convict ship "NEVA," in Bass's Straits—Two hundred and twenty-four lives lost. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 26 September 1835

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. MELANCHOLY SHIPWRECK. Total loss of the female convict ship "NEVA," in   Bass's Straits-Two hundred and twenty-four lives lost. It falls to our lot this week to record the most distressing case of shipwreck, and attended with the greatest sacrifice of human life than has been recorded, to our knowledge, for many years past, in any part of the world-the total loss of the barque Neva, bound to Sydney, with female con- victs from Cork : the third convict ship bound to the Australian Colonies which has been lost within two years ; and far exceeding both the first lamentable occurrences in loss of life and des-   truction of property. The first of these wrecks was the female convict ship Amphitrite, off So- lange, in 1833, when 170 lives fell a sacrifice ; the second the unfortunate George the Third, lost at the entrance of D'Entrecasteaux channel on the 12th of April last, with a loss of 134 lives ; whilst .at the third, the present dreadful ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 October 1835

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. On the 26th ultimo, the Fanny cutter, from King George's Sound and Port Augusta.-Pas- sengers, Captain Molloy, Mr. J. Bussell, and Mr. Chapman * DEPARTURE. On the 2d inst, the Monkey, Captain Pace, for Java. Lying in Cockburn Sound.-H. M. Ship Zebra. Jn Gages' Roads, the Sally A Jin. Mau,, open for Sydney per H, M. Ship Zebra. BIRTH.-On Thursday morning last, the Lady of His Excellency Sir James ¡Siurling, of a daughter.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 October 1835

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, September 28, 1835. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. Hugh Seymour Spencer to the office of Postmaster of Albany, King George's Sound, in the room of Mrs. Sarah Lyttleton, whose resignation has been received. By His Excellency's Command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. ] GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, September 25, 1835. WOTICE is hereby given, that, at 12 o'clock on Saturday, the 31st day of October, the Collector of -Revenue will expose for Sale by Public Auction, in front of this Office, a Subur- ban Allotment (A 2) in the district of York, applied for by Messrs. Bland and Trimmer. For further particulars relative to the Situation and Boundaries, reference to be made to the Surveyor-General, and of ¿the Conditions of Sale, to the Collector .of Revenu« By His Excellency's (Command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Perth, October 1, 1835. IENDERS in Triplic...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1835 [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 October 1835

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN ! JOURNAL. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1&35 By the Fanny from King George's Sound and Port Augusta, we have intel- ligence from those settlements of rather a cheering character. At the Sound, especially, considerable advantage has been derived from the vessels which have been compelled to seek sheltei in that port, where their wants have been bup plied, and the necessary repairs effected. The Hero, a female convict ship, bound to Van Dienien's Land, was driven into the Sound, a short time back, in distress. Fortunately the stock of flour and wther necessaries on hand, enabled the inhabit- ants of the Sound to affoid the requisite assistance. This has, however, proved a heavy draft upon their stores, which will soon be replenished, by the return cf the Fanny, in a few days. The Colonial Government have made arrangements with the master ot the Sally Ann, Captain Howe, for the hire of that vessel for six months. She is to be kept, as we are informed, constantly ...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 October 1835

TO SUBSCRIBERS. All Accounts up to this date must be settledv otherwise wë shall be compelled to discontinue forwarding this Journal. ?

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QUARTER SESSIONS. Fremantle, Thursday, October 1, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 October 1835

QUARTER SESSIONS. fremantle, Thursday, October 1, 1835. Before W. H. Mackie, Esq, Chair- man, and a full bench oí Magistrates. James Painter stood charged with stealing a quantity of wearing apparel from his master, M r. R. Clarence The property was found in his possession, and the constable deposed that the prisoner had acknowledged ' the theft in his pre- sence, and had offered any sum of money to Mr. Clarence not jto notice' the base furl her. The prisoner, in his defence, had nothing to say. Verdict-Guilty. Sen- tence-Two years' imprisonment, with hard labor. Philip Cook, for stealing poultry from his master, E. B. Lennard, Esq. pleaded guilty. Sentence-One year's imprisonment, with hard labor. Michael Quin, of H M 21st Regt., was charged with stealing some maho- gany planks, the property of W. Ward, j at Perth, brickmaker Ward stated that I he had missed plank nearly to the extent ! oí" 200 feet from his brick kiln yard. On j the 13th or 14th of August, he missed ! one in parti...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. DISTRESSING MEASURES OF THE HOME GOVERNMENT WITH REGARD TO THESE COLONIES (From the "Hobart Town Courier.") [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 October 1835

VAN DIEMENS LAND. -oo DISTRESSING MEASURES OF TIJE HOME GOVERNMENT WITH REGARD TO THESE COLONIES (From the " Hobart Town Courier.") The amount of money directed to be taken from the colonial chest at Sydney instead of from the. Commissariat, as formerly, is stated at 25,000¿. a' year. On what proportional dala His Majesty's Right Hon. Secretary of State, or the Lords Com- missioners of the Treasury, have considered that the people of Van Diemen's Land should in like manner be taxed to the amount of 19,0001., does not yet appear. But we beg most respectfully to state, for the information of these high officers of our King, that if the sum were only so many pence, it must be attended with ruin to this com- paratively infant colony. The concerns of New South Wales are best known to its own inhabit- ants. The resources of its extensive territory have now for some time been brought to a profitable and productive state. The fostering expenditure (we do not say it was a penny too large) of...

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Report of the Committee of the Legislative Council appointed to inquire into and report upon the expediency of introducing the Sic[?]a Rupee, and the Dollar of the United States, into the legal circulation of Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 October 1835

Report of the. Committee of the Legislative Coun- cil appointed to inquire into and report upon the expediency of introducing the Sid a Rupee, and the Dollar of the United State, into the legal circulation of Van Diemen's Land. The Committee of the Legislative Council " appointed to inquire into and report upon the ex- pediency ©f introducing the Sicca rup^e, and the dollar of the United States, into the legal circula- tion of Van Diemen's Land, have examined several of the merchants, bankers, tradesmen and other inhabitants, upon the subject, and after fully weighing the several arguments which have been used both for and against the measure, have «greed on the following report : The advocates for the measure maintain I. That it will tend to remedy Ihe inconveni- ence arising out of the deficiency in the circulating medium of the colony. II. That it will have the effect of inducing gentlemen retiring from India to settle in Van Diemen's Land, and to bring their capital with them, I...

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TWO ENGLISH LADS Conducted to the Settlement at King George's Sound by the Natives of the White Cockatoo, Murray, and Will Tribes. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 October 1835

TWO ENGLISH LADS Conducted to the Settlement at King George's Sound by the Natives of the White Cockatoo,   Murray, and Will Tribes. The following interesting narrative has reached us by the recent arrival from King George's Sound. The circumstances connected with the singular adventures of these two lads, are not so fully detailed as we could have desired ; the source, however, from whence our information is obtained, leaves no doubt of the accuracy of the statement, as given by Manning, one of the sufferers. On the 9th of August last, two English lads, named James Newell and James Manning, reached King George's Sound from the main land opposite to Middle Island, after experiencing the most bitter privations for nearly seven weeks on the main, and about two years on the islands in Spencer's Gulph. The account given of their perilous adventures runs thus : They sailed from Sydney in the month of Au- gust, 1833, in the Defiance shooner, of about 25 tons burthen, lading w...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, October 8th, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 October 1835

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary s Office, Perth, October 8tâ, 1835. TENDERS in Triplicate will be received at this Office at 12 o'clock at Noon, on Monday week, the 19th Instant, from such Person or Persons as may be willing to contract for the supply of a Truck, for the use of the Fre- mantle Jail. By His JfJiVcellenci/¿ Command, PET&R BROWN, Colonial Seeretaty. TENDERS in Triplicate will be received by the Undersigned, at the Office of Captain Scott, until Thursday, the loth Instant, from such Person or Persons as may iefti inclined to contract for the building of, a small HOUSE, at Guildford, situated on Allotment 47. Length to be 20 feet long, by 14 broad, and 7 feet in height. Parties tendering are requested to state the length of time the Build in"* will take until finished. WILLIAM KEITH.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 October 1835

(ADVER TI SE ME NT.) TO THE EDITOR OF THE PERTH GAZETTE. IR,-A slanderous report having been current during, the past week relative to my character, I think it neces- sary to make a few remarks upon it, lest silonce should be considered a proof of guilt. At» I have had no private quanei w'vb. any man, and hope I never shall, it may appear strange to home, dui any per- sons should invent and propagate such scandal« us falsehood*, texpecting me, not only now, but at other times. I can only think of one reason for such malicious cotí duct, which a few quotations from the holy Scriptures the only standard of truth-will serve to illustrate : " Marvel not, my brethren,,if the world hate you."-I John, 3, 13 " Yea, anti all that will live godly in Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution."-li Timothy, 3, 12. .' Wherein they think it strange that ye run not with them to the same excess of riot, .speaking evil of you."-J Peter, 4, 4, tye Mr. Trigg and myselJP have endeavoured to trace this pollu...

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