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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, August 7, 1855. mENDERS (in duplicate) will be re J_ ceived at this office up to noon on Monday next, the 13th instant, for two pairs of COACH HOUSE DOORS, for Government Domain The specification may be seen, and fur ther intbnnatiou may be obtained on appli cation at the Office of Works. The Government do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. By His Excellency's command, FRED. A. BARLEE, Colonial Secretary.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Victoria Tariff. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

^irtoria Starif . Bate of duly Ale, porter, spruce, and other beer, cider s. d and perry, the gallon ? 0 6 Cigars, the lb ? 3 0 Coffee and chicory, ihe Ib... ? O 1 Spirits, or strong waters of any strength not exceeding the strenght of proof by Sikes's hydrometer, and so in proportion for any greater or less strength than die strength of pro of the gallon... ? Spirits, cordials, liqueurs, or strong waters, sweetened or mixed with any article, so that tbe degree of strength cannot be as certained by Sikes's hydrometer, the gallon... ? 10 O Spiriteperfiimed,thegallon ? 10 0 Sugar, raw and refined, and sugar candy, the cwt__ ? 6 0 Tea, the Ib ? O 6 Tobacco or ennff, thelb ? 2 O Wine, the gallon. ? 2 0 All other goods, wares, and merchandise free

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

Shmimw Snkttwflice. AliElVED. On the 2nd Aogust the Brothers, G. Honham. from Port y asse. Passengers — G. Chapman, Mrs Wiilcock. Cargo — 3 tons potatoes, 10 kegs butter, 14 bags barlev and sundries. On the 3rd' instant, die Zillah, G. Cross, from Buubury. Passengers - J. Gordon, wile, and two cuiiareii, iiev. jit. aiartin, j-uss buvis, j^. u. abj lor, A Waylen, Esq., Air, T. Helms, J. Shcppard, Mr Hawley. Cargo — 1-1 bags flour, i9 bags bran, colonial; and. 88 ct^es port, l-i4 cases sherry, 35 cases brandy, 3 halirierces tobacco, 5 cases drapery, 9 boxes raisins, transhipped ex Champion, Jack, from Ade laide. SAILED. On the 31st July, the Perseverance, J. Fox, for Champion Buy aad Port Gregory. Passengers — S. Brakes, J. Mcary, G. Foster, M. Trevors, J. Pearce,R. Gardner, C. Gardner. Cargo — 63 bags flour, 42 bags sugar 8 bags rice, 44 bag6 bread, 8 casks beei, 3 do pork, 1 case tobacco, 28 cases and sundries. Ou the 2nd instant, the brig Rapid, G. Taylor, for Singapore via Port Gr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

Yesterdays Government Gazette contains the following notices of Land Sales : — At Pertii on the 5th September 1855 :— * Perth Suburban Lot 49. Contents— 4 acres, 2 roods, 12 perches. Upset price £2 per acre. At Vasse, on the 5th September 1855: — Busselton Building Lot No 164. Upset price £7. At Albany on the 5th September, 1855 : — Kojenup Location No. 13. — Comprising 30 acres more or less bounded on the South by a line 10 chains east and 20 chains west from the centre of Wakelup spring, on the East and West by north line of 10 chains each, and on the North by an east line of 30 chains, all boundaries true. Upset price £1 per acre. Kojenup Location No. 14.— Comprising 10 acre8 more or less extending 10 chains Kast and 10 chains South from a spot 2 chains South from NE comer 6* B. Noorish's Location Kb. 2, Wakelup spring, oppo site boundaries parallel and equal and all true, Up set price £1 per acre. It is proclaimed that the provisions of ' At- Ordinance for regulating the Police ...

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Western Australian Tariff. SCHEDULE NO 1. TABLE OF DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

Western JursiraUmt ©arif. SCHEDULE No L TABU* OF DUTIES. Beer, Porter, Cider and Perry, bottled, 3d per gallon Do do do do in wood, 2d per gallon] Cigars and snuff, per lb., 2s Cd Coree, por cwt-, 4S Spirits, cordials, or strong waters, not being perfiuned or nieiiirinaS spirits, to be used as medicine or punuinery only, for each and every imperial proof gallon, 10s . Sugar, -rolin«i or candy) per cwt, 3s Sujtt (moist) and molasses, per cwt, 2s Tea, per lb., 2d Tobacco, iuianufactured) Is per lb Do. (unmanufactured) 6d per lb Do. (boiled down, ia boud, it-r use as sheepwash) Id pi? lb *Vine, (bottled) pr; gallon, 2s Do (hi wood; p».r gallon. Is 6d On ali goods, wares or merchandize, nototherwise charged with a specific duty, 6 per ceat, according to envoici value.

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VAN DIEMENS LAND. LAUNCESTON, THURSDAY, JUNE 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

VAN DIEMENS LAND. Ladkcestoit, Thursday, Juke 14. Flour, £45 per toa ; seconds, £40 ; wheat, 19s; bran, 3s. 3d.; English barley, 9s., very dull; Cape ditto, 8s.; potatoes, worth £2*7 per ton; oats, 9s. 6d.; per bushel — very little on sale; hay, trussed, £6 to £6 10s.; pressed'hay, £9 to £9 10s.; 4lb-loaf, Is. 9i; colonial potted butter, 2s. per lb.r wholesale; and 2s. 6d. to 2s. 8(L retail; fresh, 3s. to 3s. 3d. retail; eggs, 5s. per dozen; fowls, 5s. to 7s. per pair; ducks, 6s. to 6s. 6d.; geese. 12s. to 16s.; turkeys, 20s. per pair; beef, 6d. to 8d.; mutton, 6d. to 7d.; pork, lOd. to Is. per- lb. Port Arthur coal, 80s. to 9o s.; Newcastle, 65s. to 70s. per ton. Firewood, uncut, 12s. to 20s. per lead: cut up, 25s. Joists, qnartering, and bat tens, 18s. per 100 feet; inch- flooring boards, 25s. per 100 feet: if taken wtth joists, &c, for building, 18s. per ditto; half-inch ditto, 20s. ditto; posts and rails, £.2 5s. to £2 1 5s. per 100 Hobast Tows, June 16, Wheat, 19s. to £...

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South Australian Tariff. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

^tfirfft Jmsiraftm Mm% . An imported goods, with the following exception 8, are ad mitted at a duty of 5 per cent, ad valorem : — Beer, Porter, Ale, Cider, and Perry .. 4d per gallon Bricks, Jblre and Bath ? ssperi.ooa Coffee ? ?? .. 6s per cwt. Corn, Meal, and Honr, viz : Wheat, Barley, Oats, Maize and MiUet, Peas, Beans, and Pnise'.. 6d per quarter Halt ? 3s per quarter flour, Meal, Bran, and Pollard .. '2d per loo lbs. Fruit (dried), of all sorts ? 46 per cwt. Hops ? 2dperlb. ton— BarandKod ? - .. Wapertoa Sheet and Hoop ? us per ton Pig -- -- -- — ?? 2s6dperton FitchandTar ? - lsperbarrel Provisions and Preserved Meats .. 3s per cwt Bcsiii ? 6d\ierbarrel Spirits «? Strong Waters of all eorta .. 9s per gallon Sngar— BeJined and Candy .. .. 4s per cwt. Muscovado ? 2s per cwt Molasses ? Is per cut. Tea .. .. .. — ?? -- 2dpcrlb. TobacTO-Manafactured ? is per ft. T^nTTH'?*'''''1'^ ?? -? ?? 6d peril). Cigars and CLeroots .. .. .. 2sedper. Ib Snuff ? lsperlb. Sulphured and tarred, for ...

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SCHEDULE NO. 2 GOODS FREE OF DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

SCHEDULE NO. 2 GOODS FB££ OF DUTY. Animals (living) liratd and biscuit Hues and packs Bales tor wool Boohs, Oprfnted) not being account Bottles (glass and stone) imported full Bran Bullion and cj»n Bacgaee (personal) of immigrants Coais,'coke, and other fuel Corn and other groin Floor and meal Iu:plenvenfs vxl^ machinery (agricultural Meats, (salted and cured, and preserved) except bacon and Machinery for mills (including mSl stones) Maps and' charts Oatmeal Pomps, and other apparatus for raising water Pictures, prints, and statuary Plants, seeds, ann bulbs Provisions or stores, (military or naval) required for Her Majesty's service Pulse Bice Staves and hoops for casks Specimens of natural history Uniform and appointments, (naval, military, and civil) imported by officers stationed in this colony, for their own use Goods specially exempted by the Governor,, with the ad rice ol the Executive Council.

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The Duke of Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

The Dake of Newcastle. There is not a business of any importance which does not require an exact method, vigilant observa tion, prompt execution, and a thorough oversight, as well as an entire control, over all the agents and instruments employed. Whoever undertakes to manaire a farm, to sail a ship, to conduct a school, or even to keep a shop, without these qualifications, soon and deservedly brings his work to an unprofit able and inglorious end. Our readers may easily supply for themselves the sort of mishaps which will be certain to occur, soon or late, and bring every thing tp a standstill. The farmer may be a gentle man, the captain a good fellow, the schoolmaster a good scholar, and the shopkeeper an honest man, but if they have not all die qualities we have mentioned, and something more, the farm stock will soon be sold, the ship wrecked,- the school deserted, and the shop closed. But, of ai: affaire, that which from the nature of the case moStrequires the largest share of t...

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GUANO. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

GUANO. A Cobeesposdent has forwarded the fol lowing letter, addressed to the Secretary of the York Agricultural Society, treating upon the above valuable manure. Our cor respondent states that his object in pnb ishing the letter is to benefit his fellowco lonists, and that 'if any person in Hie co lony is assisted, enlightened, or encouraged, his end will have been attained.' We have great pleasure in giving it insertion. To the Secretary of the York Agricultural Society Ok Gujuto — us uses as» fsorssxus, &fe. _ SIR,— Having seen your advertisement bl one dL\. tiie Perth papers, cslliiigon all who may ^tBB^goano. to favor you with the practical .results aridii|rfbere from, I venture to address yon, from ali&tre to* - strengthen tbe bands of the Society, Bmf6 give such bints as snail be beneficial to those wit) desire-, to profit from so valuable a manure, bat l*'y not' know how to do so *njfa as much gain tod «s j&da risk or loss of time ann expense as possib...

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Colonial Intelligence. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

M£kwzl %nie\ftmci. fVICTORlA. From Yletorla the intelligence is to the 22nd of June./ There had been some slight disturbance aft Maryborough between the Irish diggers *ud the miners generally ; tx)th parties were wider anus, and considerable excitement prewilefL .Kv- lives hqd been lost, but it w^flptpecbed Jthat blood would be shed befo*d^^noter.-co Id befr^persei: One of the :^^^Hfi|^^|^1^^E^| of the 69vernai^:^tp^^|aiems^^^^:|| banas for mutuM prof^cfirm. Ai 3&&£uU everything was going j(Hj quxdtiy, but comV plaints are as rife as eveewftb respect to tiie condition of the thoroughfares. *I3ie Obi-' nese are there in considerable numbers, Jna- -. ny of them have managed to obtain, wives, and are settling down, as colonists. They* have two places of worship at Bailaaxat. The total receipts of the Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway, for one week, is quo-: ted at £576 6s. Sd. Of public amusements in Melbourne, there seems to be im lack, «nd the concerts and theatres a...

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Local and Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

Jtatt and imncsti^ gniMgwc^ On Saturday week the large pilot boat left Fre mantle for Bottnest, and has not since been heard of. Mr. Back left on die same day in the wfaaleboat, and eatej arrived at his destination. He did not, bow ever, bear of the departure of tbe large boat until j file following Thursday. We have hjsard that some of Harwood'fi whaling party, «3ule jarowig,i*ai!tj They were both TOnditianal-pardqn men, and had made arrangements to leave the colony by one of the vessels now in harbour. The boat was always considered unsafe and representations to that effect had been made to the authorities, but we suppose tbe state of the Revenue did not admit of tbe purchase of another. ? ♦ ? We hear that the senior Assistant Superintendent Mount-Eliza Depot, has been notified that hence forth he will not be permitted forage allowance. It is also stated that the service of one of the clerks in die Colonial Secretary's office will be dispensed with. There is every prospectjof furt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

tor p«ia* *- Calto Micm. v- jWk. W ita.*ta. th*«o. fti TanTWr- «a»l*sillteakahip MM**- rABKL&IDE,' 1000 loo* burthen, Captain W. H. Loos ou, matter. FgrFwiibtorPuMgoappJy *° aA.MANmNG,Frem*ntb, or G. SHEKTOH Fettk. 0-Cbargebr etaetatepaaaagewillbe wrr modems. x£«maalb.July8a.l8«. ? ^ar TJAUTDDB mafias at ? fittiaw 33a IT from Frwawle. *ad -?'?? pared* a 'package* to ifwir ?ddnas oa baud the .rfrahace*, or Teasels *- touow her. may ban tint ***ae deared, landed, and forwarded, on antia* to the uader aigned particular*, Via) wador**d order and cheque tor dntie* and wMpi. inrlnflint a Flw»antle.JnlyaU18tS. ?HHrV--v- i*ftr«-»*M and 'obtain qgHEdearaut»Cf*tt«ir «# with all possible de«r«tdvo»*rwaw.**»BUy incur theiiabiiityofiha«aa*ebstag - aded and bonded at their txpn* and iuc . Co*. ?ignee* an farther rannrstrd to pva, «pa- rate ordan to aaeVT^tBnaaa- employed, and not include in on* order tbe name* of ?even! Lightermen, a* thaas latter order. will not be coontarsigftrd -hj the...

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Domestic Facts from the Census. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

; ? w ? Domestic Facts from the Census. As regards the present conjugal condition of the people, says M. Dickens in his Household Words, we may state, there were in eighteen hundred and fifty one, in Great Britain, three million three hundred and ninety-one thousand two hundred and se venty-one husbands, and three million four hundred and sixty-one Ihousand five hun dred and twenty-four wives . By this state ment it would seem that every gude wife has not a gude man, the number of wives considerably exceeding the husbands. Or, lest it should be thought that any of the three million and a half husbands entertain Mahommedan notions and have more than one wife, it must be remembered that some thousands of husbands of England were ser ving their country abroad in eighteen hun dred and fifty-one; many were engaged in commerce in far distant lands; some were ♦'to Aleppo gone, master o' the Tiger,' leav ing their wives to munch chestnuts at home; while a few, shall we whisper it, may have ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

The Late John Harford, ALL persons having claims on, or in debted to, the Estate of the deceased, are requested to forward and pay the 'same respectively to the Executrix. * BRIDGET HUTJFORD. Fishleigh, Vasse, August 4, 1855. Grafted Frnit Trees, Vines, &c. FOR SALE. J^ QUANTITY of Grafted Fruit Trees, consisting of apple, pear, peach, &c ALSO— Some strong Vines, from Mr. Busby's collection in New South Wales, Apply to Mr. Mews, Lakes, near Perth, or to the office of this journal. JOHJV BOWRA, CHRONOMETER, WATCH. ASD CLOCKMAREB, BEGS respectfully to inform the in habitants of the colony generally, that he undertakes every description of Electro-Plating and Gilding, in combi nation -with all other kinds of work per formed by Liin. All descriptions of Watches, Clocks, Musical Boxes, Barrel Organs, &c, &c., done on the shortest iiotice.and in the best manner. N.B. — Country ordere punctually at tended to. WANTED — One or two apprentices to the Shipwright...

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SECOND DAY. MARCH 6. LIEUTENANT-GENERAL SIR DE LACY EVANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

SECOND DAY, Mabch 6. MECTENANT-OEifEttAI, Sin DE LACT EYAKS. The first question of the chairman referred to the preparations made for the accommodation of the sick. The witness stated tbat very little preparation appeared to have been made; be believed the war commenced under the impression that there would be no wounds at alL In reply to other questions on the same point from Mr. Layard, the gallant general stated that the English army had the ambulance carts in Bulgaria, and they were not without their - utility; but they were too heavy. He could not say exactly when he first saw them in the Crimea. Up to the date of his departure they had not used French means of conveyance for their sick and wounded. The French mode of conveying the wounded, by mules alone, did well enough in a rough, hilly country; bnt in serious cases he should imagine that mode was not a good one. Witness also repeated his evidence as to regiments landing at Eupatoria without their knapsacks, and explained th...

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FIRST DAY, March 5. MR. G. DUNDAS. M.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

FIRST DAY, March 5. ME. G. DCIfDAS. M.P. This gentleman was the first witness examined. He said he visited Balaclava last autumn, but not in any official capacity. He was there from the 15th to the 29th of December, During that time he visited all parts of the camp- he found the 'avalry in a wretched condition, the men were in rags and the horses looked half-starved. He judged they were insufficiently supplied with food, from the fact that many of them had their manes and tails eaten off. There was plenty of hay and bran on the beach, which had probably floated in from the wrecks caused by the storm of the 15th of November: there were about 15 or 20 tons on the shore. Ho did not sec any depots at Balaclava for forage or fueL There was plenty of iiiel floating about, the remains of the vessels wrecked, which might have been used for that purpose. The artillery horses were much better oif than the other horses, probably on account of being nearer to Balaklava. They bad sheds, which th...

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The Revolution in China. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

The- Revolution in China. Giins.i sec:ns too ir.y lliica.1 aiid unreal a placo to bo of much importance in the act ing world. A few carved concentric balls, fans, chessmen, and painted screens, with mediaeval figures writhing about ia a state of general dislocation, rico and tea, a popu lar diet of slugs and puppies, artificial land scapes, coloured l?.n terns, pigtails, manda rins, josses, crumpled feet, and the willow pattern — these are the Chinese elements in the. minds of most people, with no morede iiniteness of arrangement, or no more prac tical bearing, than these. And what a strange world that Chinese empire is! What a disjointed, nnnattual state of things ob tains there! From their women's feet to their mode of government — froia tlieir do mestic art to their religion — nothing is in proportion, and nothing is of free growth. At this present moment there is no nation under the sun where there is less knowledge of nature, and less-practice of freedom, than in China. There i...

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PRINCE MENSCHIKOFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

PRINCE MENSCHIKOFF. Under date of March 15, the Emperor addres sed the following letter to Prince Menschikoff. — ' Prince Alexander Sergejewisch, — Dnring the whole period of your long administration of the Marine, you have, by your indefatigable exertions, ?arned the acknowledgment and the gratitude of our Lord and Emperor, now resting in God, and I veil know how highly he valued you. Whilst I r now, in compliance with your own wish, relieve you from your arduous duties, I gratefully call to . mind how often my never-to-be-forgotton [father rejoiced at the sight of his fleet, and hoV thankful he was to you as his coadjutor in its well-doing. Whilst I express to you my sincere acknowledg ments for your unremitting exertions to alleviate the labours of our Lord and Emperor, now resting in God, and to cause his orders to be duly execu ted, I hope from my heart that the repose which is now indispensable to you may restore your health, and that you will, with your knowledge and experien...

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RECONSTRUCTION OF POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 8 August 1855

RECONSTRUCTION, OF POLAND; The only efficient bamfcr~g|&hiaF BgssiaiS^aMjk croachments is the reconstruction of Poland, .and'^' a regeneration of those provinces wjdeh are How wriming nnder the yoke of Francis Joseph. Stall we are told that Poland is dead, that we find Poland in Siberia, and France, in England ami in the United States, in fact, everywhere but in Po land- Such an argument should indeed be good, we hear it repeated ever since the day whenKosc iusko, on the batae-fleldofMacieJQwTOe,erclaiined ' Finis Poloniae.' Napoleon beliewd it hefore he came to Warsaw, on his way to the bloody ice fields of Russia, and then, too late, peweived his mistake: he was already bound, by his Austrisn alliance, toleave the best basis of operations dis organized and helpless. The lesson, he learned was not altogether tost, for the statesmen of the Congress of Vienna, and even the Castlereaghfi* and Metteraichs, and Tafleyrands admittedtbet Poland possessed Btffl such vitality as to ...

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