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FANCY BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 November 1835

FANCY BALL. F blom a Correspondent at King George's couria, we haye an account, of a fancy Ball given by Mr. Morley to the inhabitants of that place, whose tent was done up for the occasion. The characters aVejj 'described to'us as follows ;-" A lady in" Spanish ¡ hat ai^d feathers." \yeare, to infer, we presume, í that the' * la4y represented a Spanish ' Donna. .4 She looked réma^áhly well/' We are glad to 'learitl "Five young' ladies, as Spanish girls.?' More Spanish{ «-"Tjiree youî^ladies as Swiss girls." 1'his is a most appropriate character, ás the habits of the Svviss peasantry cannot be too often imitated or assume^'by our young lady. settlers. " Three youngnla$es plain? $ve gen**h$ men in plain clothes, one gentleman in full-tog, a Major Gunter' Theodolite,'lawßa>tain of ^bodiy Oyard i Horse, an Arab vblack, tifto > taHor», and |a Turkish chief," made up a motley group,and gave, theJ Wçrihy' projector some excuse for'terming his' pftfty ti fäncy -assemblage. Thus 'far ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Western Australian Journal, The
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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE HAREM OF THE PACHA OF EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 November 1835

ENGL1SÖ EXTRACTS. THE HARElfr OÍ THE PACHA OJ EGYPT. The following is án extract of a letter from an American lady resident at Alexandria, who, during her resort at Cairo, in September last, was favor- ed with the extraordinary privilege of a visit to the Sultan and the Harem of Mahomet Ali : 44 \y« are the only christians who have ever been admitted into the Pacha's tiarem. We were there twice. The first was a mere visit, but the second was io spend a day. I must endeavour to des- cribe ii to you. At the gate we were received by a dozen black eunuchs, who led us to the garden gate, where we found three girls playing upon dif- ferent Arab instruments, while two others were singing and dancing; magnificently dressed in crimson and blue cloth embroidered with gold, the full pantaloon» hanging over the foot, just allow- ing an embroidered slipper to be seen; a jacket upon the chebt, where appeared a chemise of blue' or white gauze ; clusely spangled sleeves of the same, hanging large a...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 November 1835

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. departure On the 1st inst., the Sally Ann, Capt. Howe,, for Augusta and King Georges Sound.-Passengers: Capt. Molloy, Mr. S. G. Henty, and Mr. John Bussell.   Lying in Gage's Roads.-The Currency Lass.

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

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth November 5, 1835. TENDERS in Triplicate will be received at this Office on Wed- nesday next, the 11th Instant, at Twelve .o'clock, from such Person or Persons as may be willing to supply for the use of the Government, Nine small PAD- LOCKS. For further particulars, application to be made to the Resident, Fremantle. By His Excellency's Command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, October 26, 1835. MOTICE 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 tor by Henry Chapman. By His Excellency's command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. ABOUT TO LEAVE THE COLONY.   THE Undersigned intends shortly leaving the Co...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. IMMIGRATION. MINUTES OF EVIDENCE TAKEN BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON IMMIGRATION. (From the "Sydney Herald") [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 November 1835

NEW SOUTH WALES.   IMMIGRATION. MINUTES OF EVIDENCE TAKEN BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON IMMIGRATION. (From the " Sydney Herald ") (CONTINUED.] Ship Duchess of Northumberland, with Female Emigrants, from Ireland. On the arrival of this ship, extensive premises for the reception and accommodation of the Emi- grants until they could - obtain situations, were hired, at an expense of 20l. per. week ; and bed- ding, provisions, cooking utensils, and fuel, were supplied to them by the Government. The follow- ing is the daily ration with which they were sup- plied, viz.: Military Bread ...... 1 1/2lb.   Fresh Beef.......... 1 1/2oz. Vegetables .... 8 oz. Tea....... 1/2 oz. Sugar.... 1 1/2 oz. Salt.... 1/2oz.   Soap..... 1/2oz. A respectable person was appointed to the charge of the premises appropriated to their use, and to carry into effect the arrangements made for their accommodation; a committee of ladies was formed to assist them in obtaining suitable s...

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Observations by M. Boutigny D'Evreaux, on a new theory of the action of Manures and of their employment. By M. de la Giraudieu. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 November 1835

Observations by M. Boutigny D'Evreaux, on a new theory of the action of Manures and of their employment. By M. de la Giravdieu. ; M de la Giraudieu, President of the Agricul- tural Society of Loir-et-Cher, concludes from his own experiments that the weight of the produce of land is in proportion to the weight of manure with which it is enriched; and, that soil, of whatever nature it may be, has only, a mechanical agency in vegetation, and ia no otherwise important than as a support to plants. The first of these conclusions deserves notice, and agriculturists are indebted to M. de la G, for a communication of the curious, important fact of ^ direct ratio between the manure and the produce. To assert, in fact, that the amount of produce is in proportion to the manure, is as much as to say, increase the number of your cattle that you-may increase your manure, and thus double and treble your harvest. Better advice cannot be given, and no one has a better right to give it, than the Pre- ...

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The Fruit Cultivator. A Practical and Accurate Description of all the most esteemed species and Varieties of Fruit, with Directions for Raising, Chosing, and Management of the Proper Stocks, &c. By John Rogers, Nurseryman, formerly of the Royal Gardens. London, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 November 1835

The Früit Cultivator. A Practical and Accurate Description of all the most esteemed species and Varieties Of Fruit, With Direction*- for Raising, Chosi?ig, and Ma//agefne7it of the Proper Stoc&Si -tye. By John Rogers, Nurseryman, formerly of the Royal GardC7is. London, 1834. He who plants a tree erects his own monu- ment-he who introduces a new fruit is a public benefactor; therefore a work on the cultivation of fruit tiees cannot fail to tecuie attention. Mr. Rogera affects to condemn the niceties of ianguagr, and to speak very-plainly. We admiie his piu dence in setting out with such a declaration. We have no objection to plain language, provided it* be intelligible, and demand nothing beyond a simple ^construction, always supposing that concord and government aré not en til ely get at defiance. But Mr: Rogers is so plumply practical, that he gives directions whch he, probably, understands,but he leaves the reader to find out their sense as best he may. He begins his instr...

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

rÂkiEiïEs. , Coquetting Extraordinary - Some little time ago, a pair of young turtles, seemingly anxious to become united in the silken bands,of wedlock, made, their appearance betöre one of the city clergymen in Glasgow, who. finding the requisite | certificates all right, proceeded with the ceremony till he came to the part where the question is put to the bridegroom, if ue 4k is willing to take this woman to be his wife?'* To this necessary query, the man, after considerable hesitation, answered i'.N.Q !'! t i4 IVol' said the Minister, with a look of surprise, **lor what reason?" "jast," said the poor embarrassed simpleton, looking round the door, 44 because I've ta'en a scu7iner (disgust) at her." 4On this, the ceremony, to the evident mortification of the fair one,, was broken off, and the parties retired. A few days after, however, they again presented themselves before his Reverence ; and the fastidious bridegroom having declared that he had got over his objection, the ceremo...

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MORE ACTIONS FOR LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 November 1835

MORE ÀCTIONS FOR LIBEL. Mr. W. N. Clark, who practises as an agent in the Civil Court, has thought proper to serve us with the following summons.- We shall see what a Jury will say to this, and whether the Court entertains an opinion that anagent in the Court should be indulged and encourag- ed to institute proceedings against a party on frivolous grounds : " Civil Court, Western Australia. "" To Charles Macfaull. "You are hereby summoned to appear before the   said Court at Perth, at the hour of ten in the fore- noon on Tuesday, the tenth day of November, to answer the plaint of William Nairne Clark, who complains that you did on the 12th day of September last, falsely and maliciously publish in the Perth Gazette a malicious libel on his character, as a So- licitor in the Civil Court to the following effect : " If any clause can be introduced to put some restraint " upon the slanderous tongues of Agents practising in the court, it would be of much benefit &nbsp...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1835 [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 November 1835

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1835 -----ooo-----     The party which started for the   Southward on the 3d ultimo, returned home yesterday. We have not had time   to arrange a report of this expedition for our present number, but from what we have collected in the course of conversa- tion with several of the gentlemen who comprised the expedition, the appearance of the country in the neighbourhood of the William's River, has given such general satisfaction, that all those enti- tled to take up land have selected their grants in that district. His Excellency Sir James Stirling and his party, which left this on the 19th October, reached the bivouac of the advanced party in four   days, and started on the 30th Oct. for   Doubtful Island Bay direct, instead of first making King George's Sound, as   was contemplated.       &nbsp...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 November 1835

FOR THE VASSE, ÇORT AUGUS ' TA, ANB Ki^GEORGES « Sound. THE Cotter "FANNY" will sail for the above Ports o¿the 30th lust.-For Freight or Passage, ap- ply to Anthony Curtis? Ftemantle.

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IMPORTS PER BRIG "HERO," FROM LONDON.[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 November 1835

IMPORTS PER BRIG "HERO" FROM LONDON.     180 casks, 108 cases, 2,pair bellows, 7 anvils 4 vices, 2 matted packages, B & T; 75 cases, 287   casks, 50 pipe packs, 1 bale, 8 boxes, 19 crates; 1 box, A. Stirling; 1 case, Sir R. Spencer; 1 cask, Messrs. Clarkson; 1 case, R Souper; 2 boxes and 1 parcel, G. F. Moore; 1 cask, Capt.   Pegus; 1 box and 3 cases, Sir James Stirling;     1 case, Mr. Lyttleton; 1 case, A. Collie; 3 boxes     and 1 barrel, C. & S. W Lee; 1 case, Mrs Hyde;   1 case, W Ledgard; 1 chest, Mrs Pegus; 4 cases,       Mrs. Helms; 1 trunk and I case, Captain Pegus;     1 case. Mrs E. Birch; I case, D. Dring; 2 cases,     C. & P, Lee; 1 cask and 1 box, D. & J. Murray;     1 case, - Oxley; 1 case, C. Smith; 1 bask...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 November 1835

SHIPPING IÑtELtíGEÑCEJ ARRIVAL. "V 1 On the I i tlí inst., the %t Hero/' Capt. Campbell, from London. Gèhçral cargo. -Passengers : Lient. S.'Jomte* R. N., Mr. D. S. Murray/ Miv arfd Mrs. Skin- ner, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, and child, ! Mr; "and M re Glashaírí, Miss Grills, and Thomas Clarke. u " Lying in Gagè*s Roads.-The Helro, and Currency Lass. Mails open for England and India ?via Batavia-and for Sydney.

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To the Editor of "The Perth Gazette." WALTERS V. DOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 November 1835

-ooo To the Editor oj " The Perth Gazette." WALTERS V. DOD. i.Mdijjj.tu r . u\j\j. Sir,-As publicity.has been given, .through the medium of your Journal, to the non-performance of a contract (on my part) entered into between Mr. R. C. Walters, of Perth, and myself, and as at the same time the cause thereof is not stated, believing that you wish to act fairly towards every person, whether present or absent from the Colony, I hope you will du me the justice to insert the following in your widely circulated Journal, in explanation : On my arrival in England, in June, 1833, so anxious was I to perform my agreement, that I was actually in treaty to charter a smáUvessel to take out the guod«. 1 had contracted to send out Messieurs Walters & Steel ; but finding that inconsequence of there being two vessels already fixed for the Colony, I had no chance of loading a third, 1 was induced to give up ill idea of a charter, and agreed to send the goods by the James Pattison, which vessel...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1835 [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 November 1835

. THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, NÖVEÄ1BEUV14,J 1835 000 By the "Hero" from London/ we' have English intelligence, via the Cape of Good Hope, up to the 4th July. The " Hero" left England ón'th¿4lth;June, and was detained some tiifle alf the Cape,, to undergo necessary repairs. n The "Giraffe" was to follow * tl>ej " Hero" in the course of a few weeks ;^rr} as she is reported to be * fast^sailer,' we may daily look for her arrival. Our information derived from private . cortimumcátions1, relative to the "prevaty in¿ opinion at horne'' respecting" 'tjii& Colony, is more cheering/ and leads us to anticipate a secession oí the-virulent ana c%1umious attacks i\ hhih have Leen made upon us by interested parties, or. those1 ignorant of our real position^-and an accession to'oiir ímmbers oif respecta .bléUtíd influential emigrants. ' "In'Captain Iii win, of H. M? 63rd Regt.,-we learn, we have had a streng | advocate, and, we feel persuaded, a faith- ful friend: His exp...

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To the Editor of "The Perth Gazette." EXPEDITION TO THE SOUTHWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 November 1835

To the Editor of " The Perth Gazette." ,f .-¡-vu-- . '. , %, . , ? V EXPEDITION TO. THE SOUTHWARD. d - SiRr-*rObserving you. mention the-loss of the, cattle ¡during our late expedition tothe William's River, and having been a;considerable sufferer, and carefully .examined the. carcases, I beg to state my opinion, with the view of giving information, ' and preventing ¡a similar doss,on subsequent, expedi- tions. The disease.appears to haye-been gradually, .coming on, though unobserved àby. any pf {he part wowing to the^idry» and! hard food the. cattle .had. inucrossing; the . ridge* i.of ,thephills j ¿tvihich ifood. feeing void of the bitter nutriment that good food, has, ;it, became ia hard; mass* in the second stQmach,¡iwhichi stomachiibeingi much distended, ¡pressed,on.the hillary .ducts, and JtheyebypreyeWdjI a proper secretion of bile into the first stomacn, to f I enable the. gastric juice to change the food. The , I animals continued to eat without ruminating, and the /first, ...

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ACCIDENTAL DEATH. Inquiry into the cause of the death of George Eyre, of Perth, fisherman. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 November 1835

ACCIDENTAL DEATH. Inquiry into the cause of the death of George Eyre, of Perth, fisherman. Before W. H. Mackie Esq, the Hon. P. Brown, Esq, the Rev. J. B. Wittenoom, J Lewis, J. R. Phillips, and H. R. Bland, Enquires, Justices of the Peace. William Leeder, of Perth, publican, being called, deposed—The night before last (5th Nov.) the deceased (George Eyre) and Rewell were at   my tavern. Eyre had two glasses of grog at the bar, and asked me for a third, which I refused, because his wife had often requested my wife not to let him have grog on credit. He went into the parlour, where Rewell was sitting. I was in and out at different times, but did not attend to what was going on. All who were there appeared to be "chaffing" with one another in a good-humoured   way. I saw no symptoms of a quarrel. I saw him and Rewell come out of the parlour together, at the bar, and heard Rewell ask Eyre to take a glass of grog in a friendly manner. Eyre said something to the...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 November 1835

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, ' November 10, 1835 TiyOTICE is hereby given, for general information, of the inten- tion of the Local Government to discon- tinue the Ferry Stations of Preston Point and North Fremantle on Monday next, the 16th Instant, and to open on that date the new Ferry Station at the Can^ tonment, near Fremantle. By His Excellency's Command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. ABOUT TO LEAVE THE COLONY. THE Undersigned intends shortly leaving Hie Colony, and requests that all Claims » against him may be sent in to Mu. Mor- rell, senior, Perth, willan seven days JOHN MORRELL, Junior. Fremantle, Nov. 4. J AMES HANCOCK hereby gives notice, vlial lie is about to leave the Colony. Peninsula Farm, Nov. 3. j \RLES GREEN hereby'givesnotice, that h«' ¡- about to leave the Colony by the Cur- rency Lass. Perth, Nov. 7. , THE Undersigned are about to leave the Colony by the first opportunity. GEORGE "SMITH. - 1SUR&E. Perth, Nov 5. ifL NDREW ADRO...

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CIVIL COURT. Tuesday, November 10, 1835. ' CASE OF LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 November 1835

CÍVÍL COURT. Tuesday, November 10; T835. ' CASE OF LIBEL. Before W. H. Mackie, Esquire, Commissioner^ W. Nairne Clark v. Charles Macfaull-To recover damages, laid at £500., for a libeTpubiish* ed in the Perth Gazette, of which defendant it proprietor, reflecting on plaintiff's character as a practitioner of the Law and Agent in this C«urt. The publication being admitted, and the alleged libel having been read, The plaintiff called .lames Stokes-1 delivered to the defendant a copy of tlie letter, now produced, written and ad <liesi>ed by tlie plaintiff to the defendant (requiring the defendant to deliver up a letter, the publication of which constituted partly the ground of this action ; and also requiring the defendant to insert an apology for the said publication in some future number of the Gazette.) The defendant refused to give up the letter or the name of the writer, and said there was no answer to the plaintiff 's letter. Mr. George Stone, Sheriff- The plaintiff ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 November 1835

ON SALE, BY THE UNDERSIGNED, PRIME Irish Pork and Beef; Tea, in chests and half ditto ; Ci.stor Oil and Curry Powder, in bottles ; Fish Sauces, Superior Cognac Brandy, - Rum and Gin, American superfine Flour and Rice, Paint and other Brushes, of all descriptions, Slops and Prints, Candles Soapj Starch and Blue, Gentlemen's and Ladies' Shoes, Gloves, Leghorn Flats, Ribbon/ and Handkerchiefs, with a num- ber of other Goods. John Mason. 1 E S T A T E Of the late Joseph Moore, boatman. A' LL CLAIMANTS on this Estate are requested to send in their Accounts for adjustment, and those that stand indebted are solicited to make early arrangements for liquidating the same with the Undersigned. John Lewis, Sole Trustee Sf Executor.

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