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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 16 August 1843

For South Australia £*£*- rpHE ' Madras' will sat! for jctT^l X the above ptrt in about three ^BtMKm por freight or passage apply to the Commander, on board, or to L.& W.SAMSON, Agents. Aug. 15, 1843. To sail In aU December, for England direct, if freight can be ensured, jBj4Rr» FT1HE fine fast-sailing Ship jflHrak JL 'Trtt6tyfff John Eisdon, j9yQQr Commander, A. 1. Has superior *^^^Bb* accommodation for passengers. For freight or passage apply to Messrs. F. Mangles & Co., Agents far the Ship. ' N.B. — AU wool and oil shipped per Trusty will be covered by policy opened in London. f^APT. KITCHING hereby gives notice, V_- that he will not be answerable for any debts contracted by his crew. SALES BY AUCTION. Just arrived per ' Madras.' TO BE SOLD~BY AUCTION, BY MBSSRri. L. & W. B AMBON, At their rooms, Perth, on Wednesday, the 23rd August, 1843, rpHfi following goods, just arrived per above J_ vessel, viz. : — Fine American flour in barrels, very superior cognac...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. August 10th, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 16 August 1843

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Augtist 10th. 1843. The Act to amend (he present act relating to the Registration of Deeds &c* went through com mittee, and will be read a third time on Thurs day next. [An abstract of this bill as amended, will be found in another part of this day's journal] The Council next went into Committee on the bill for quieting titles, adjourned from last meet ing for the consideration of the clause proposed to be introduced allowing Mortgagees, having a power of sale to become purchasers! T. N. Yule, Esq., observed that he had at the last meeting requested the postponement of this measure in consequence of the suddenness with which it came as well upon the Council as upon the public ; and he was pleased that he had done' eo, for since that time he had found that the pro posed clause had excited considerable alarm out of doors, where the mere mention of it had caused so much dissatisfaction that he knew that many petitions would be sent in against it in case of ...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE LETTERS OF MARO On the Cultivation of the Vine; republished from the Sydney "Australian," at the request of the Council of the Society for Promoting the Cultivation of the Vine. No. 3 [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 16 August 1843

THE LETTERS OF MARO Onth* Cultivation oftht Vine; republisked from th* Sydney 'Australian,' at therequettofthe Council vf the StUAyfor Promoting thb Cultivation oftht Vine. No. 3 ON TH3 CULTURE OP THE, VINE. Ollrier de Serrea make* the ?election of proper sorts of grapef, the the third requisite, in point of importance, la the formation of a (rood vineyard. The following pastm^* is from a modern French author, whom I hare already quoted. ' The varieties which yield the best wines, generally pro duce very little ; besides it is only in certain favoured po sitions thutthey furnish produce which became! celebrated for its quality. Sorts producing wine of a second class usually yield more certainly and more abundantly ; white those of an inferior class produce, probably, still more abundantly, and the profits derived from them are often greater and more certain.' ' Whoever meditates the planting of a vineyard ought first to study well the nature of the soil he proposes to plant. If he j...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the "Inquirer." [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 16 August 1843

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of (he ' Inquirer.' Sir, — If you consider the following account of a visit lately paid to the Native school in Penh, likely to prove interesting or useful to your readers it is much at your service. On Friday last 1 accompanied Mr. Armstrong the Interpreter, to the Institution for aborigines. On entering the school room I perceived about 30 native boys and girls arranged at two separate tables, they were all perfectly cleanly in their per son and neat in their apparel. Immediately after our arrival they all-stood up and sung a hymn in good time and tune, which being concluded, they fell on their knees, and accompanied Mr. Arm strong in a short and fervent prayer, that the Father of mercy would bless and promote the dawning light of civilization now shining over them. It was ajpleaeing sight to see the children of those who, nntutored aud uncivilized roam about the wilds knowing no God, acknowledging tio Creator, supplicating fot^ grace at ihe'Throne of...

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To the Editor of the Inquirer. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 16 August 1843

To the Editor oj the Inquirer. Sir, — Notwithstanding the earnest recom mendation of ' Mentor,' or the junta to which he belongs, that I should 'avoid the tendor. sub- ject' at issue between us I must once more beg your indulgence while I arrest ' his trembling glance' by the the introduction of 'another Townsman.' The attempt which has been made to explode my views 1 shall place before the public in its true colour?, and leave that public tu judge how far the mean scurrility of language adopted ig capable of supplying the place of argument. The true spirit of the junta ' speaks out' in every line of ' Mentor's' Inst effusion ; and, in spite of all that has been said as to their or his desire to promote the welfare of all, it is manifest that that all only signifies a very small portion of the community. The surprise which is affected to have been felt at my appearing in the press rather than at the Quarter Sessions, is only another specimen of the contemptuous feeling which ' Mento...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 16 August 1843

Wanted* IK a small family in the country, a good female servant, with unexceptionable charac ter. References will be required. — Apply at Mr. Chauncy's, West Guildford, WOOL. rilHE undersigned are continuing to tnakead X vances upon wool of this year'B clip, or purchasing the same under warranty. To be delivered at Perth. F. Mangles & Co. Robbery— £20 Reward. WHEREAS between the hours of 3 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, the 30th instant, and 8 o'clock on Monday morning, the 31st inst., a keg of tobacco, the property of Mr. M. Moul ton, of Guildford, was stolen and carried away from my whale-boat Bridegroom ; I hereby give notice, that the above reward will be paid to any person or persons who will give such informa tion before any Justiee or Justices of the Peace that may lead to the apprehension and convic tion of the offender or offenders. HENRY GRAY. Perth, July 31, 1843. TO FLOCK-MASTERS. ANY flock-master wishing to try the experi ment of a cross from Merinos by pure South...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 16 August 1843

8i«pi*«f(j intelligence, AnttivEij. — On Sunday last the Madras, T. Kitcliing, niaMeij from London-^Ieft Plymouth Bint April lust. Paeeengeft — Mr. and Mrs.. Lionel Samson, MrB. Levl and two daughters^ Mr. end Mre; Slater, Miss. Cowles, Mr. and Aliss. Dane, Mr. and Mrd. Roberts and six sonn, Mr* Shipstbr and sort. Mr. and Mrs. El vans, Messrs. Clifton* Angas, and Hill, and G. Leake ; besides li intermediate passengers. The Mad i-as will proceed to South Australia, and some toi the above passengers are bound to that place. Imports per if Madras.'' 400 barrels flour principally to Li & W. Sam son, part to order; 200 packages and cases L. fe W. Samson; various packages to order, con taining machinery, carls, wheel?, earthenware, ironware, &c, &c, and many in ore contents not (stated ; 100 bags of oats to order; 2 thrashing machines ditto ; a quantity of beer, wine, and spirits ditto; 2 car rot eels currants, 56 casks bot tled beer; 5B tons coals, Captain Kitchin...

Publication Title: Inquirer
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THE INQUIRER. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 16 August 1843

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST IG, 1843. The motion brought before the Legislative Council by Mr. Tanner to provide a substitute for our late labout-fund, has proved abortive ; yet we trust that the Council will not be deterred with this one failure* but will renew the subject with a determination never to lose sight of it until some tangible scheme can be devised likely to accom plish, the end proposed. We think that the course adopted by the lion* member was hardly the saf est, although it might be the boldest. The Coun cil was scared at the very idea of increased tax ation, and as the motion admitted of no middle course it was rejected altogether, and the whole matter looks as if it were quietly shelfed for the session* In our opinion it would have been far better had the hon. member simply moved an ad dress from, the Council to Her Majesty's govern ment ; even if such address did nothing more thaneall the attention of the ministers to the Btat&fto which the labour fund has been reduc...

Publication Title: Inquirer
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 23 August 1843

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Sailed. — On the 19th inst., the cutter Venus, l'homas master, for Batavia. On the 20th, the catter Water Witch, Bomes toaster, for Leschenault, King George's Sound, and Adelaidci Lying in Owen's Ancherage. — H.M. colonial schooner Champion, and the Madras. The Madras is expected to sail about Sunday next. A Mail will be made up for England via 6ottth Australia*

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. August 17, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 23 August 1843

v LEGTStATTVECOtTNCIL. August 17, 1643. His Excellency moved the third reading of the bill for quieting titles. On the motion that the bill do puss, the Hon. the Colonial Secretary moved, as an amendment, that it be read that day six months. The amendment was supported by the Hon. . the Surveyor- General, and T* N. Yule, Esq. ; their objection to the bill being (hat part of it which enacted that no purchase by a ' mortgagee, before the passing of the Act, should be impeached on the sole ground that such mort gagee was a trustee for his mortgagor j the hon. members contending that such a provision was contrary to the spirit of the rest of the Act, the object of which was to cure defects in titles aris ing from the use of informal modes of transfer, ?uiu nut tv iciicvts h |Hircna*er irom any disability under which, according to the rules of equity in England, he might labour. The supporters of the amendment were however in a minority, and the bill patted. His Excellency stated that he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 23 August 1843

Australind, August 1, 1843. I Hereby give notice, that rural sections . of 100 acres each in this settlement being now appropriated to the -whole of the 500 land Orders disposed of by the Western Australian Company according to the orders of. choice marked thereon, the owners of the same can be put into imme diate possession of their respective allotments upon application to me. M. WALLER CLIFTON, Chief Commissioner of the W. Australian Company in Australia. For sale, A Full-sized WOOL-SCREW, complete.— Apply to Mr. Loake. For sole, FROM 1 to 2 hundred fat sheep, consisting of 4 and 6-toothed wether tegs, and ewes barren, or having lost their lambs early in thi season* Apply to Mr. M. Clarkson, Berth, or Messrs Burgh, Goonderding. ggT Wanted, a really good emu dog. OAT-BAY. A Few tons of excellent quality on sale.— Apply to JAMES STOKES. Aug. 15, 1843. WOOI.. THE undersigned are continuing to make ad vances upon wool of this year's clip, oi purchasing tUe same under warranty. To b- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 23 August 1843

TO M SOLD feY AtTCTlOK, At Guildford Fair, BV MESSRS. t. & W. SAMSON* EIGHT or ten head of Cows with calves at their sitics, and a well lied Bull from the herd of Mesam Hamersley and Phillips, Tood Pertli- 2£nd Aagttst, 1843* _, , . Wanted* ATvler fcr the Western Australian Free musons' Lodgei Application to be made to John Schoaleb Junr., Esq., Secretary. Grown and Thistle Livery Stables, FREMANTLE. A Francisco, proprietor of the above, « begs to inform his numerous patrons end the public general ly* that, in addition to his former accommodation for horses, he has nqw erected aaolher spacious and airy Four-stall Stable. , *' ggjT Saddle horses to let on hire; also a light Spring cart. Aug. 21, 1843-

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 23 August 1843

For South Australia. . j&&£- rilHE ' Madras' will sail for iTflHiffth ^e a^ove P®rt '* about three ^KtKKKm For freight or passage apply to the Commander, on board, or to L.& W.SAMSON, Agents. Aug. 15, 1843. To sail In all December, for England direct, if freight can be ensured, j&&t~ rilHE fine fast-sailing Ship ijfljgjl^ JL 'Trusty,' John Elsdon, jULjSaffi|F Commander, A. 1. Has superior ^BtK^mm accommodation for passengers. For freight or passage apply to Messrs. F. Mangles & Co., Agents for tlie Ship. ? N.B. — AH wool and oil shipped per Trusty will be covered by policy opened in London. CAPT. KITCHING hereby gives notice, that he will not be answerable for any debts contracted by his crew. SALES BY AUCTION. Just arrived per ' Madras.' TO BE SOLD~BY AUCTION, BTMBSSRd. L. & W. SAMSON, At their rooms, Perth, on Wednesday, the 23rd fTlHE following goods, just arrived per above J_ vessel, viz. :-— Fine American flour in barrels,...

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 23 August 1843

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Mxtrhetfrom a Meteorological Journal kef-( in the qffioe of the Hon. the Surveyor-General. Perth. Date llienn Ugr. Wind* Weather fc Remarks 1648 Aug. 18 10 AM ,,48 M.M emi Mod-cloudy-llne. [4 PM ee «- da Fine |y 10 A M n 47 jc ught breete, clear * P M 88 S3 N Light breeife, flu*. U to A 31 6? It n Cltfj.-mach rate , 4 P M (7 10 culm Light— fine. \b ID AM 45 47 E Light— fine— dear. ' 4 P M » 47 SB Cloudy-fin* W 10 AM M 44 HE Light wind, cloudy. 4 PM (ft ttt 86W Cloudy— threatening SI 10 A It 61 17 HE Light wind- shower* 4 P M 80 tc 6W Mod. cldy. (bowery ftlOAM 81 47 W ' Light breece, fine

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THE INQUIRER. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 23 August 1843

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 33, 1643. We are well pleased to find that the all-im* Jrortant subject of devising some means to supply the place of our nearly defunct labour-fund, has been renewed in the Legislative Council. It tvill be seen by our report of the last meeting, that the Governor signified his intention of ap plying to the Secretary of State for permission to raise a loan for the promotion of emigration, provided the Council concurred with him in the (expediency of making such an application. The Council did concur, and a committee has been oppointed to collect particulars concerning the amount of labour annually required, and to re port generally on the subject, so as to serve as a ^uide to the home government in its consi deration of the question. At a time when the established price of Crown lands does not admit of the colony deriving from that source adequate funds for immigration! it is surely necessary to look about us for some other; and certainly we ran see no means by whi...

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MISCELLANEOUS. HOW TO TURN THE WILD HERDS OF AUSTRALIA TO ACCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 23 August 1843

MISCELLANEOUS. HOW TO TURN THE WILD -HBRD9 OF AUSTRALIA TO ACCOUNT. [By Mr. P. .Cunningham^ E.N.'] Wild cattlo and liorses nre bcoon.ing great pests in the New South Wales interior; a% when a tnme animal joins the herd, it. gets as wild, and difficult to catch as the others. A Bathurst set tler states, in a published letter, that Jumsdf and others had been for three days galloping; after wild horses, to drive them imp the h,pme stock yard, without success. , Governor Macquarie destroyed the wild cattle, fi ret propagated at, the Cowpastures, 40 miles' from Sydney, by hunt ing them into Etock-yards of immense size wit i wide-spreading entrances. The, introduction -f the lasso and bolos of South America into -Am - traiia, would be a cheap and easy way, of anni hilating the Colonial' wild herds. The lasso is a long, flexible, raw hide rope, of a thumb's thickness, with an iron ring at one end to make a noose by, and the other end firmly at tached to the saddle-front. The: horseman, on ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the "Inquirer." [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 23 August 1843

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the "Inquirer."   SIR,—In your paper of the second inst., some   remarks are appended to my letter, respecting a government officer being allowed to accept a contract from government for the erection of cer- tain buildings at Bunbury. With many of these   remarks I coincide but still cannot but view the fact as one most dangerous, inasmuch as it may prove a precedent in future cases and be produc- tive of serious injury to the public. I am well aware that government advertised for tenders for the erection of these very build- ings, (a plan of which is now before me) and that the tenders sent in were considered by the au- thorities as exhorbitant : this was in the month of October last, since that time, (a period of ten months) nothing further has been heard of the subject, nor was it until very lately that the pub- lic were made acquainted with the circumstance of such buildings being about to be erected. It is ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 30 August 1843

¥6 BE SOLD BY ACCHOfc BY M liSSRS. L. & W. SAMSON, bn Wednesday, September 6, 1843, at one o' clock precisely, the following goods, viz. : — ? 'fr' ADIES' lace and blond scarf?; shawls, and JLJ veils; blond and eilk handkerchiefs, sewing £ilk, black and whi(e threads, edgings, quillings, trimmings, black a^d white tBres, laces, pmp; buttons, geni lemon's scarfs, sun.rnor coats, supe rior letter paper, figs, and numerous^ other articles. Perth, Aug. 29, 1843; NEW CHURCH, PE^tTH. \ MEETING of the subscribers to the New ;l\. Church, Perth, will be held at the Court house on Wednesday next, the &Oth ihst., at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, for (lie purpose of elect ing three local Trustees, as required by the Act of Council in that cape made and provided: J.B. WITTENOOM, Chairman of the Trustees of Church Property. Perth, Aug. 24, 1843. ' N. B. None but those who have paid up their Subscriptions will be entitled to vole.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 30 August 1843

To sail In all December, for England direct, if freight can be ensured, 25j^3£* fTlHE fine fast-sailing Ship ^QfiHk, X 'Trusty,' John Elsdon, jj^0HE|r- Commander, A.I. Has superior *^^^^K» accommodation for passengers; For freight or passage apply to Messrs, F. Mangles & Co.; Agents fur the Ship: N.B. — All wool and oil shipped per Trusty will be covered by policy opened, in London. SALE8 BY AUCTION, Just arrived per ' Madras*'* TO BE SOLdIbY AUCTION* BY MESSRS*. L. & W. SAMSON, At their rooms, Perth, on Wednesday; the 23rd August, 1843, FTYHE following goods, just arrived per above JL vessel, viz, : — Fine American flour in barrels, very superior cognac brandy in qr. casks, preserved salmon* Bass' pale ale and Elliot's brown stout in draught, Barclay's brown stout in bottle, pic kles, capers, olive?, sauces, salad oil, bottled fruit, mustard, raspberry vinegar, anchovies, Yarmouth bloaters in jars, York hums, loaf cheese, sperm candles, Hawes' yellow soap, &...

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 30 August 1843

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Extract from a Meteorological Journal heyl in the office of the Hon. the Surveyor-Getwal Perth. Date Tiienii Uar. Wind . I V\ cailier &. keiukiL* 1843 Aug. . S3 10 AM 60 ad-88 NE Light breete, defer 4 p W 00 24 ke Light breere, fine. £4 10 K M 61 14 K Fine * P M 68 00 N -Cloudy-threatening SB 10 A to bi SP.91 NUbyN Mod.— much rain 4PM 65 to WSW Strohgwind,riiuwer« ift 10 A M 62 30.38 SSW Light breeie, fine * V & 6i 41 SSW Ditto. aittb. Utt 10 A M 4i 66 NE Light-fine. -#M 8-. 6& S6W Mod. sea bfi. fine. M 10 AM 64 ei calm Fine; 4 PM 67 Cl SW iMod. sea brt. fine: SO 10 A V 66 66 RE 'Fresh bre. fine.

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