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IMPORTS per "CURRENCY LASS." FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 24 October 1835

IMPORTS vw^èURRÉtifâY LASS.n I PROM SYDNEY*. Eight hhds. rum, 10 puncheons ditto, 6 hhds. brandy, 9 kegs tobacco, 3 cases segars, 25 barrels pork, 2 casks bacon, 4 ditto currants, 10 kegs split peas, 5 casks tongues, 3 keg lard, 125 bags maize, 4"' cases cheese, 1 cask, spirit oil, 1 case leather, 1 bundle ditto, 1 parcel apparel, 1 cask sperm oil, I ditto black ditto, 13-ditto beer, 2 quarter ditto wine, 2 packages boots, 40 casks beef, 81 bags flour, 17 casks ditto, 55, packages tea, 30 kegs peas", 240 cheeses, 59 boxes oil stokes, 15 pieces cottons, lo bags biscuit, 1 bag pepjer, 4 casks oatmeal, 3 ditto raisins, and 20 pigs.

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IMPORTS per "CALEDONIA," FROM BATAVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 24 October 1835

IMPORTS per " CALEDONIA," FROM BATAVIA. <One hundred barrels pork, 243 baskets sugar, 998 bags ditto, 21 ditto coffee, 70J barrels flour, .850 bundles ratans, 2 bales duck (25 pieces),. 9 bags cubebs, 217 coils coir rope, 1 bale twine, 36 colls European rope, 40 baskets sugarcandy, 54 cases gin, 50 boxes segars, 1 ¡50 kegs butter, 40 English hams, 40 Dutch cheeses, 23 casks American tobacco, 2 cases long-cloth, 143 ash oars, 4 bundles fishing lines, 1 case ditto hooks, 2 ditto ready-made clothes, 3 ditto window glasB, 3 bags black pepper, 100 pajir EaBt India shoes, 400bags rice, 4 tubs cocoa mit oil, 1 case Eau de ^Cologne.

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VICTORIA WHEAT. (From the Plymouth Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 24 October 1835

VICTORIA WHEAT. (From the Plymouth Journal)' A small supply ,of this, wheat, sp much extolled hy Humboldt, for its productiveness, and for the short interval required for, its.growth and matura- tion, has been recently received from Sir .Robert Ker Porter, H. B. M., Consul at Caraccasr by, the Secretary of the Royal Devon,and Cornwall Bo-, tanical and Horticultural Society, who has already distributed above ten thousand* grains to various members of the society and others. Some notice of this wheat will be found at the seventh page of. the* Third Annual Report of the Society ;' to those, jiowever, who do not .possess that work, the fol- lowing particulars, extracted from Humboldt's Per- sonal Narrative, vol. i v., pp. 104, 105,106, and 107, may not prove uninteresting: 44The environs of ,La, Victoria,present a very remarkable aspect, with regard to agriculture. The height of the cultivated ground is from 270 to 300 toises (from 1727,51 to 1918,35 English feet), above the level of th...

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S YD NEY. (From the Tasmanian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 24 October 1835

S YD NEY. (From the Tasmanian.). The Sydney Herald has a capital article upon the impolicy of the Land Sales. We have now only room for a short extract, in reference to the 44 gambling " portion of the affair : 44 We leave our readers the task of judging for themselves, respecting the consequences of this mania for land, and whether it arises from excess of capital or facility of discounts. It is to be feared the tide of land jobbing has set in as in America. Many purchasers it is known invest their.'funds in land, in speculating on a rise iii value, and placing confluence in the fact that it has been put up to sale by competent judges with less competent purses. It was stated m this journal some time ago, that this wouid follow, from the spirit of the Government regulations, if not altered without delay." We copy the following from the Hearld : 44 Though there is abundance of disunion among us, we live in an age of unions. At our laet Ses- sions it was announced, that the gentlemen...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 24 October 1835

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24> 1835> -000 By the Currency Lass from Sydney, We have our files of the Sydney Journals, which furnish us with local news up to the 19th of August, and English intelligence to the 23d of April last. The extracts we have inserted in another portion of our columns will develope the position of affairs in England up to that period. Private letters communicate to us the intention of Messrs. Mangles, of London, to despatch annu- ally, on the first of June, a Packet-ship foi this port and King George's Sound. The brig Hero will be the first vessel sent out, and may be fully erpected to arrive here in all next month. The season of her arrival - being about the termination of our sheep-shearing-if judiciously selected, and will afford an accommodation to our wool-growers long deaired, for" the transmission of their wool by a direct opportunity. The wool sent home' from this Colony last year, from one of our best flocks, only realised...

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MAGISTRATE'S COURT. Before W. H. Mackie, Esq., J. P., and the Rev. J. B. Wittenoom, J. B. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 24 October 1835

MAGISTRATE'S COURT. Before W. H. Mackie, Esq., J. P., and ike Rev. J. B. Wittenoom, J. B. George Hodges stood charged with selling loaves of bread deficient in weight. George E. Cameron, Examiner of Weights and* Measures, being sworn, deposed-I went to the shop of George Hodges this day (Wednesday) by order of two Magistrates, and, in exercise of my office as Examiner of Weights and Measures, in- spected his weights, and compared them with the Standard Weights in my possession. I found all his weights perfect, except a seven-pound weight, which wanted the ring at the top, and which was deficient by half an ounce. I also found a six pound weight deficient by one ounce.- I weighed forty-five loaves of Hodges's bread, and found them deficient, in the whole, by four pounds four- teen ounces and half an ounce. l; weighed four loaves at a time, and found a deficiency in one case of eleven ounces and a half,,in four loaves,« called by Hodges two-pound loaves. Tlïave now in the presence of ...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. HOUSE OF COMMONS, Monday, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 24 October 1835

I LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. \ HOUSE OF COMMONS, Monday, April 13. Thb Speaker having returned, and some mat- I ters of private business having been disposed of, I] Sir Robert Peel rose and said-" I have received an intimation from his Majesty, that arrangements for the formation of a new government are in pro- gress, but they have not been finally completed. Under these circumstances, I cannot doubt that the same circumstances which induced the house on a former day to consent to a short adjournment will still influence them, and that from considera- tions of convenience to the public service, they will now agree to a similar motion. (Hear, hear.) I therefore move that the house at its rising do ad- journ to Thursday next." Thursday, April 16.-Sir Robert Peel said he had had the honor of receiving an intimation from his Majesty similar to that wnich he had received on Monday, in consequence of which he moved the adjournment of the house to-day. (Hear.) He now begged leave to make a simil...

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CIVIL COURT. Perth, Tuesday, October 13, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 24 October 1835

CIVIL COURT. Perth, Tuesday, October 13, 1834. Before W. H. Mackie, Esq, Commissioner. Christmas v. R. Lewis.-The plaintiff put in a balanced account, dated October, 1833, signed by defendant, admitting a balance then due to plain- tiff of 25l. 5s. Id., being the amount sued for in this action. The defendant pleaded a receipt by plaintiff, dated Nov., 1834, for all wages due to that date " except a bill of the defendant's for 30l. then over due," and contended that the plaintiff ought to be nonsuited, on account of his now suing for only 25l. 5s. Id. Judgment for plaintiff, for 25l. 5s. Id. R. Lewis v. Christmas.-To recover 21l. 8s, being 108 weeks' rent, at 4s. per week, of certain premises at Fremantle. Defence-An agreement that defendant should occupy the premises in question rent free, in con- sideration of taking care of certain other property of plaintiff's. No proof was offered by plaintiff of any payment of rent during the above period of 108 weeks, or of any demand for rent...

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SHEEP. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 31 October 1835

SHEEP. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. Gentlemen,-The third Annual Report of the Agricultural Society at Swan River appears in your paper of the 18th instant1, and I have learned from it, with much gratification, that a movement of eight flocks of sheep from the vicinity of Perth to the interior, has been attended with the bene- ficial effect« which I anticipated in my letter, some twelve months ago, to the president ofthat Socie- ty ;-while the «tate of the ünremovéd flocks, at the date of the Report alluded to, but too. plainly proves the un fitness of the pasturage near Perth ' for sheep, and how useless is the application of medicine when opposed to the sweeping effects of disease,' particularly in «beep. , The good effect which the movement at Swan River has had (on the flocks there, will, I trust, stimulate our flock-owners in this Colony toa like movement,, whenever the health of their SoEobs and Merinos requires it; and as it occasionally happens that sheep die off rapi...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 31 October 1835

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE.-On the, 28ih inst, H. M. S. « Zebra," Copt. W Crea, for K. G.'s Sound. (We were in error last week in stating that the ." Sally Ann " had sailed for Port Augusta ; she will luke her departure for tliat port and King George's Sound early to-morrow morning.) Lying in Gages Roads.-The Currency Lass, and Sally Ann. ** A Pauper's" explanation of the manner in which the Twenty Guineas received from us, m an action Clark v. Macfaul, have been ap- propriated byMr.W.Ñ. Clark, instead of to the public benefit, as it was declared they should be, is not couched in such language as we consider admissible. If a Pauper thinks proper to re- vise his letter, we will willingly give it insertion. ,** Mary Stickler," on the same subject, is too dull and enigmatical to afford our Readers any amusement.

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REPORT OF THE CHURCH COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 31 October 1835

REPORT OF THE CHTJRCH COMMIS- SIONERS. The first Report of the. Commissioners of English Reform was presented to the two Houses of Parliament on Thursday night. It relates solely to the Territory* Revenue, and Patronage of the Bishoprics. 1st. Territory. It is proposed to erect two new Bishoprics ; one of Manchester, to be taken out of the diocese of Chester ; another, of Ripon, to be taken out of the archdiocese of York. But there will be no addition to the number of Bishops ; for it is proposed to unite the see of Bangor with St. Asaph, and Bristol with Llandaff; transferring some of the outlying parts of the Bee of Bristol in Wilts and Dorset to the Bishopric of Salisbury, There are some minor arrangements, and tranters, from one see to anothur, but these are the prin- cipal. 2d. Revenue. The Commissioners iumish a table of the income of the various sees, on an average of three years ending 31st December, 1831 ; with an intimation, however, that where the fines ©n the renewal of ...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1835 [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 31 October 1835

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1835 -ona-' The reports we have this week from persons who have carefully examined the neighbourhood of the Murray , River, with a view to forming establishments in that quarter, are highly flattering. Thomas Peel, Esq., is said to have some splendid and extensive tracts of land on his portion of the river, and beyond this extend some valuable grants, whjch the fortunate holders, it is to be hoped, will soon bring under partial cultivation. The natural capabilities of the country offer every inducement to the Agriculturist, as from one to five hundred acres may be turned up with a plough, as we are told, without any impediment ; at the same time we should suppose some trifling expense must be incurred ior clearing. The wild cattle in the neighbourhood are abundant, attracted there by the richnesá of the pasturage. The arrival of the " Hero " from London, is most anxiously looked for, so long a period having elapsed since we have ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 31 October 1835

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Stcretarys Office, Perth, October 26, 1835 WOTICE is hereby given, that on Tuesday, the tenth day of No- vember next, at 12 o'Clock Noon, the Collector of Revenue will offer for Sale, in front of the Public Offices, the under- mentioned Allotment, situate in the town of Perth, on the terms of the exist- ing Regulations : Perth Town Allotment Q No. 16. Applied for by Henry Chapman. By His Excellency's command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. FOR SYDNEY DIRECT, {To sail in the course of a few days,) THE "CURRENCY LASS,1' Capt. Kind, now lying in Gages' Roads.-For Freight or Passage Apply, to . James Walford, Fremantle. FOR SALE, ¡OUR Town Allotments at Guild. ibril, consisting of 3i Agi es each, completely fenced and cultivated, toge-¡ ther with Buildings erected on the Premises, are offered for Sale by Private Contract. The location duties have been per- formed. ALSO,-Several portions of excellent Grazing Laud on the Island of Rotlenest, in lol*» of 50 or...

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LORD JOHN RUSSELL. (From the "Morning Herald" of April 20.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 31 October 1835

LORD JOHN RUSSELL. (From the "Morning Herald" of April 20J His Lordship, in again accepting office, has forwarded the following address to his late con- stituents : " To the Electors of the Southern Division of the County of Devon. " GENTLEMEN^-The acceptance of an office under the Crown renders it necessary that I should again appeal to the judgment of the independent and public spirited body by whom I have already been three times elected. " Since the last of those elections, a period short in time, but important in events and fruitful in consequences, has elapsed. *. Placed, however undeservedly, at the head of the (largest and most powerful Opposition which evexvimited against the Crown, I have endeavouied to render the influence which that proud posi ion gave me conducive to the interests of the country. .. The altitude assumed by the late Ministers, and their professions in favor of Reform, to which roany, indeed the greater-part of them, had always been! hostile, offered, a t...

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AUSTRALIAN CONTINENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 31 October 1835

AUSTRALIAN CONTINENT. We extract the following from the Tasmanian. Of its correctness we know nothing : " His Excellency Governor Bourke has received an announcement from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, of the intention of the British Go- vernment to declare the whole of the Continent of New Holland part and parcel of the British Em- pire, and that it is further intended to nominate a Lieutenant Governor subordinate to the Governor of New South Wales, with an appropriate civil and military establishment, to reside at Port Lincoln. A settlement is also to be formed, either at Cape York, or some other eligible position at the south- ern extremity of the Continent. Communication is to be opened by land, with the least possible delay, between all the points of the great Austra- lian Continent. " It is, however, distinctly understood, that the policy of the Sydney Government, encouraging the spread of population, allowing all persons who may choose to march forward into the inte...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. IMMIGRATION. MINUTES OF EVIDENCE TAKEN BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON IMMIGRATION. MAY 18, 1835. (From the "Sydney Herald.") [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 31 October 1835

NEw SOUTH WALES.   IMMIGRATION. MINUTES OF EVIDENCE TAKEN BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON IMMIGRATION. MAY l8, 1835. {From the " Sydney Herald.")     Committee appointed to enquire into and report the extent to which immigration from the United Kingdom to this Colony has been carried since the appropriation of the Revenues arising from Crown Lands to that object ; and the best means of pro- moting the introduction of persons of both sexes, of good moral character, and industrious habits. The Chief Justice ; Lieut Col. Snodgrass ; the Auditor-General ; Mr. Jones ; Mr. Blaxland. June 16, 1835. Committee on Immigration.- His Honor the Chief Justice, as Chairman, reported progress, and laid upon the table the evidence taken before the same. To be printed. Report upon the progress of the Committee upon Immigration from the United Kingdom to this Colony* Your Committee beg leave to report to your Excellency and Honorable Council, that they have enquired into...

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BADGES AND HERALDIC DISTINCTIONS OF BRITISH REGIMENTS. "To the Editors of the United Service Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 31 October 1835

BADGES AND HERALDIC DISTINCTIONS OF BRITISH REGIMENTS. " To the Editors of the United Service Gazette." -i. !.:__. ** This story shall the good man teach his son i - shall n er go by, From this day to the ending of the world, But we in it shall be remembered : We few, we happy few, we band of brothers." K. Henry V. Gentlemen,-Would that such sentiments as these could, at the present day, pervade the minds of our British Military Chieftains, and then our record books and our general orders would be. memorials cf past achievements, and tend tothiow much light on portions of military history. A history of the Queen's (2d Foot) would give a correcf account of the Siege of Tangier-ofKirke's early Hie, and of a large portion of military events of James the Second. Lieut.-General Sir John Oswald, in a most masterly speech on presenting colors to his regiment, surprised the whole of his military readers who take an interest in such matters, by stating that he remembered the time when the 35...

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MAGISTRATE'S COURT. Before W. H. Mackie, Esquire, J. P., and J. Lewis, Esq., J. P. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 31 October 1835

MAGISTRATE'S COURT. Before W. H. Mackie, Equire, J. P., and J. Lewis, Esq., J. P. Capt. W. T. Graham, on the information and complaint of John Mason, publican, at Perth, stood charged with removing all his effects from a house rented from complainant, in order to prevent said complainant from distraining the same for rent. William Hokin, a laborer, of Perth, being   sworn, deposed as follows : — On a Sunday morn- ing, three or four weeks ago, Mr. Graham asked me to go and fetch some things from a house which I understood to belong to Mason. Mr. Graham accompanied me to the house, and un- locked the door, and instructed me what things to take. I took two chairs and a bucket, two bundles of books and clothes, a large box and writing desk, and four spears. My brother, and a native called Mulligo, assisted me to carry some of the things on the hand-barrow, — namely, the dcbk and box, — and the rest of the things on our shoulders. He locked the door, and told me to take the ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 November 1835

N0 TICE. ALL Persons or Cattle trespassing on the Allotment next h hove Mr Andrews's, will he prosecuted as the law directs. P. Wicks. ABOUT TO LEAVE THE COLONY. c H ARLES GREEN hereby gives notice, that he is about to leave the Colony by the Cur- rency Lass. Perth, Nov. 7. TO BE LET, A NEAT and commodious RESI- DENCE situate on the Water bide, Perth. The House consists of four Rooms, ».. ith Offices. _ , The -whole of the Allotment, consist- ing of upwards of an Acre of rich .r 5 h* l-< Garden Ground, i¡» under cultivation, î*nd well stocked with Vines and Fruit-trees, in full hearing. u '' » For iurlher particulars, apply to Mr Sutherland. TO MECHANICS. -ooo A FEW good, steady WORK- MEN, of different Trades, that arc» anxious to leave this Colony, may hear of a favorable opportunity, on liberal terms, and certain employment given them for two years For particulars, apply to James Stokes, Wool-Stapler, &c, General Commission Agent. 20, St. George's Terrace*. Pert...

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QUIT-RENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 November 1835

QUIT-RENTS. Nova Scotia.-The Governor, in opening thti Session of the Legislature, regretted the necessity he was under of enforcing the collection of Quit rent*, so long uncolleclèd. Ha said :-uI have the satisfaction, however, to acquaint you that I uni "feïrlï authorised to abstain irotn levying the Quit-rents, should the Assembly make, in lieu of them, a permanent grant to the crown of two thousand .pounds sterling per annum. Should youi gentlemed: deem it desirable sb to commute them« it would be the means of freeing the landholders from ¿the payment of a rent nearly triple the amount, the collection of which might prove irk- some and inconvenient to them. But «houki you not deem that expedient, 1 have no choice left but to comply with my instructions, and order their immediate collections."

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