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Farm and Station. CURING PORK. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 9 December 1879

CURING PORK.     From a letter written by a famous pork raiser of America; we extract the followirig condensed information in regard to curing pork; which will do to cut out and paste in the scrapbook.The   principal thing in curing hams, he says,.ia.to get them just, salt enough to keep) and not st> salt as to injure the flavour and canse them to be- come bard. Referring to his own experience, he says':-My plait of cuiihg is as follows : When the Käme are nicely trimmed,' rub each one'with tolerably fine salt andjjack in tighfcat-ks"hold- ing about, HO gallons Make a.sweet pickJe by using one and a half gallons of molasses, or its equivalent in'sugar, and six ounces of powdered saltpetre to 40 gallons of water, wjtit salt enough added to make the pickle float a potato when it is made. Let .it stand until the scum ¿uses and is I skimmed off. Haye the hams in the casks weighed cfown so they will not' rise when covered "with the pickle.' 'They...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 December 1879

Medical. HOLLOWAYS OINTMENT Bronchitis, Diphtheria, Colds, Coughs, and all Derangements of the Throat and Chest. All sufferers from coughs, colds, toona His, asthma, and irregular action of the heart ¦ ara - earnestly recommended, to rub Holloway'* scorch int; Ointment weir over th* throat, brva-st, and back, fri the case may require, twice a day. This Oiiitment ii thu most efficacious remedy for all internal and cxtorual ailment* of the throat. Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Ulcers, Abscesses, Wounds, and Sores of all kinds May bc thoroughly healed by the application of this Ointment to the'parts uifecttd, afi«r they hilve bee:; duly'foiueaiei; with'-wairh water. Under tho action,of this powerful Ointment,, aided.by the Pilli,' all .depraved humours will be quickly removed'from the body; even' (scrofulous ulcers and foul Kore*, however old or inveterate, can thu* - becured. ? In. Gout, Rheumatism, and : Neuralgic Pains Thia Ointment never fails to give rcliof. Its very first application le...

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LAST NIGHT'S TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE, Dec. ll. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 December 1879

LAST NIGHT'S TELEGRAMS. Adelaide, Dec. ll.! Mrs. Renfrey, who has been missing, since April last, has been found in a Lunatic Asy- lum, under the name of Judd.. ( '""' Melbourne, Dec. ll. ' Mr. Munro has given notice of the presenta- tion of an address to the Governor, mtimating. that a satisfactory Reform Bill can be passed, and it is understood that the Government will allow its'being discussed. Sydney, Dec. II.; The trial pf the bushrangers, is expected to finish to-day. '.'-,. , .... '1 i :...;.;_! ; ;, .r;i. ¦ London, Dec, 8. j A g^^t flpodhas taken _place in Cross war dine in Austria; 1000 persons have been ren- dered homeless, . and. the adjoining villages were threatened by the watered ; ^ The Wesleyan Chapel in the City Road, London, was burnt down yesterday. ' ' < The Duke of Portland is dead. _ ' Advices-have been .received from Tirnova stating that the Bulgarian Assembly, which opened in July last, has been dissolved, in consequence of its being found impossib...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. [ASSOCIATED PRESS.] ADELAIDE, Dec. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 December 1879

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. [Associated Press.] Adelaide, Dec. 10. ¦ 'Five"' hundred pounds, were: presented yes- terday^ Mr;' Souttar, the'late manager of the Bank bf Adelaide .. ' ,: ,;r';;7 ' . Mblbotonb, Dec. 10. ;" MJarfr Berry has advised the Governor to grant . an immediate dissolution, and the Governor has acceded ;the advice. As soon as the Stamp ; Duties Bill and the Customs Bill are disposed » pf; ttedissplutiohwiU take place. Stoney. ; ;The Estimates haye been tabled. The total !amount'required .for this year is J£4,984,183 ¦ being £8500 less than last year. ." London, Dec. 8th. \ At a land agitation meeting at Castlereagh, 'in Ireland, an attempt was made tb lynch the reporters deputed by the Government to take down the speeches. -The Albanians-have made an attack upon (Montenegro. -f-it. I .11 J . ? TheViceroy of India has refused to: receive a mission from Burmah.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 December 1879

SPECIAL A&NOUXCEHENT. % THE; names of 'all those} to whom a copy of ike present number, or of the previous numbers; of the WEST AUSTBALI AN,JioCs'been"seiit, wilTbe entered on the list pf Subscribers to that Jbumql?.unless we receive a notification' requesting its to discontinue 'sending thepa'perl ;' ^flfasijustralid^Office,) '^Y ..,:..¦??., "j^cristh.^ - ¦ <y - l" ?

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Correspondence. [This portion of our paper is set apart for free interchange of opinion on topics of public interest, subject to the usual rules of newspaper correspondence. We decline, however, to hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents.] THE CONTRACTOR AND HIS BARLEY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTBALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 December 1879

? .[Thisportionofour paper is set apart for free interchange of opinion on topics of public interest,'*ubjectt6 the -usual rules of news- paper correspondence. Wejdecline, however, .io hold ourselves responsible for the opinions ¦ 0f our'correspondents.'] THE CONTRACTOR AND HIS BARLEY. To the Editobofthb West Austbalian.;-l Sib,?In yourissue bf the 2nd inst., your Albany correspondent appears tb haye put himself -father but' bf the way to vindicate the contractor for supplying bad barley at one of the Government mail stations, andi am sorry, to say he has taken a-very bad The truth is simply this: A passenger tra- velling hythe, mail cart was asked- hy -'the* driver, as ho could not leave the horses, to go tb the stable and get a couple of ' feeds,' to bait; half way to the: -next station, and. while the keeper was putting the barley into the nosebags, he saw it was nothing but rub- bish, being more than two thirds Californian marsh-inallow seeds and wild tares. He asked the man if ...

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THE NEW MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 December 1879

THE NEW MAIL SEB?vTCEJ:ZW. The fo|kiwinjg is the fime-tabfe ct^e^farl? nighja^paia service, ^/-Bririd^>aad Sues' which comes intoTOrce^th^e^nC#y^r;>WV wotijprS^mmend our reade^ ^^re^^e; thW table'for i.uture*referenCef aa^lt/canridf :K0!\o: prpy^?o|-^ great senficeJr3i;/:&aiBcer/ the/movements of the.-inail isleaMers^whie Jim.: 16 Jan. l9Ja».l22 :Jh*ui30 Feb. 13 ,Feb.;<27 Mar. 12 Mar, 26 Aprils Aprft23 rlflaji-'d? M*y: 21 June;j4 June 18 July 2 July IP July_30 TAug,a"3 Aug: '27 I Sept. 10 Sept 24 Oct. Feb..; 2 Feb. 16 Mar*;;[l Mar. 15 Mar. 29 Feb. ? j5 Mar; Feb. 19 Mar. 17 Mar 22 Mar; 24 Mar. t4 Mdr". 31 Apr.-tS April 7 Mar. 18 April 14 Apr.19 8 Oct. 22 :Ndv.::!5 NdvvlO Ded. Dec: April lAprjl28 April 12 April 15 May,12 April 26 April29 Majv26 May [i0 May 13 June-9 May 24 May 27 June 23 June 7June 10July.:7 June 21 June" 24 July 21 July 5 July- 8 Aug. 4 July:.19 July 22 Aug.^18 Aug. 2 Aug.. ¦_ 5 Sept. 1 Aug.,16 Aug, 19 Sept. i5 Aug. 30 Sept. 2 Sept. 29 S.ept....

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Ladies Column. WOMAN'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 December 1879

WOMAATS WORK. In the present day.thever^ name of* wdman'B work' /suggestsp-most erroneously we' would say-^the1 idea: of some 'stedng^minded female, who ii putting herself outside the domestic cir- cle altogether, and trying tb distinguish herself at the expense of her more retiring sisters. We allow that unfortunately it may be so, but cerf tainly not necessarily. We maintain "further that every woman is bound to work,'' and if it come not immediately to hahd,; to find it for herself.: Why should £he be less.loved.at home | because'she seeks; something beyondBerimme diate home duties??supposing always.she have I the time to spared' * j-: - :; ¦¦'<¦'¦ "'-'' ??"-¦ j j Many women have more to dd. in the daily routine of home duties than they can easily ac ! complish.. / Is .this a reason, why those.lessibur dened should .fold! their hands and permit the energies -given ~ them/by their Maker?and for which they are boundtqaccouiit-^lie,dormant? I A man has sd many Channels fo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 December 1879

WESTON'S WIZARD OIL.?Have you inflammatory sore throat, or lameness from any cause whatever? jff to, use Weston's Wizard Oil internally and externally. Many persons suffer with sick headache, and ner- vous headache, usually induced by costive* ness, indigestion, &c. Weston's Magic Pills act specifically on the Bloop, Liver, and Kidneys, and produce a regularity of the Bowels, so essential to health and comfort. TITHE GREAT AMERICAN REMEDY. WESTON'S WIZARD OIL; A Medicine to be taken 'internally, and used externally: for all NERVOUS DISEA- SES, arid INFLAMMATORY ACHES and PAINS. Thia valuable medicine is com- posed of the choicest Aromatic Herb*, Healing Gums, Balsams, and Vegetable Oil* ; and waa first introduced from Amer- ica, to the Australian Public in 1864 and the wonderful arid mysterious '¦¦ influence it exhibited in stopping the.mdet excrucia- ting PAINS, ACHES, and INFIRMITIES, in a few: days after ito use is well known. Its miraculous power in rising the Bed-rid- d...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 December 1879

Auctions. ¦?WOOL 1! ,TWOOLU WOOL!! ViOEBri 8;/I0 . JAMES MGBKISON will offer for sale T byv Public Auction at the .Guildford Ex :chaage,/ra FRIDAY, Dec. 19th; * at noon pre ¦d*{«li*iyiir.-'J--i-.i;,r.- r-:.' ::¦¦:¦¦ ¦;'.;.-¦.,¦-:.? ij-- .Bides of Greasy Wool, Flour, Iron Tank, v : Colonial J Vinegar, Harness, Horaf^owere, ?".' Cruets* Raisins, (Garden Hill), and other lots. Ji Apportion of. the wool is already to hand and f/. any one wishing to sell their.clip will find this a /loBOWPppprtonity. . I shall also offer one or two first class Build <; ;.ing!iiOts, in Guildford, upon the same day. ? '' TIME OF SALE, 12 O'CLOCK. ??¦;; -;-; JAMES MORRISON, j .. " "^Deee'riiber 1st. .... _'¦¦ ^^extenSivericlearance sale :^THIS WEEK. !.« ";.;iV.S^ s>ci--'.i Hay Street, Perth, ^ ^r //^j, ):; 8thDecember, 1879. madam;: : // In consequence of the depressed state of the. wholesale trade of the colony, and ; being under the necessity pf immediately closing the accounts of the extens...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 December 1879

ART VNION OF LONDON. SUBSCRIBERS are informed that the list for next year- will -close on the- 15th. January next, 1880. - Every subscriber of one guinea: will:receive, besides a chance at the annual distribution in April, a print en- titled "Dr.. Johnson awaiting an Audience of Lord Chesterfield," which can be seen at our offices. - HABGOOD, ABSOLON; & CO. ; . Agents. Perth, Dec. Hth. CHINESE IMMIGRANTS ¦"¦'- 00 Coloni&l Secretary's Office, Perth, 1st Denember,1879. THE Legislature having sanctioned tho introduction bf a further nuriiber of Chinese Immigrants into tho Colony at tho public expense, the .Government is prepared to; receive applications frdmpersoris who may be desirous of employing such Immigrants ; application to be made in writing on the fpllpvririg form, eppies of which inay be obt^^ the Offices of the Colonial Secretary and the various /ResidentMagistrates. ;.;,*?/ '¦ ¦'¦ \. .,-: <¦': i-.j -:. ;-v . :"¦" ¦. - -'-. " ": ? :; *¦¦ By His Exc...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARREVALS—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 December 1879

SHIPPEN* INTELLIGENCE. ARREv-ALSr-FREMANTLE. Dec. 8?s.s. KORROY, Craig, from Albany and the intermediate ports. Passengers?Mrs. | Richards, rMrs.; Watte,, Mrs. Attenbury, Mrs.. Kilpatrick, Rev. T. Hooley, Messrs.; G. Watts, RI RV JewellV'T. ?Warburton, McKeady, W. Connell, S. Phillips, H: .Crock, C. Dockenborff, pTrW.Bircham, and.H. T. Johnston:, also 6 in: the steerage. ' 4'"' . ' '"¦".' '¦,' '.. Dec: 9.?PLANET, schr. M. O'Grady.irom Port Walcott, via. Shark's Bay Passengers?. Mr. land.Mrs.- Vincent; and .child, MrV arid Mij&-,1) Fisher, Miss Fleay, 'E. Clark, /rhos.¦'.Briggs,-» H.-W. ShqU, L.; Tompkms, J. McKenhai: Wy Pusey, and onenative: -- .. :;.,.? -.,,-.., .,.....: ; DEPARTURES. ,- ^y-^^i . : -j Dec; 9.~MYRASchr.' Waldron,.fbrfc&iii pion Bay. ?? 'h "\" Dec. IO.?S.S.ROB ? ROY; Craigv for- <3hami!( pion Bay Passengers^-Mrs.-Atteiibtiry;Mrs Hi; -T-. -Johnston, -Mr. Keadyr Miss Nicolay, {Miss' ? Jewell, Mrs. Stout and child, Messrs. Morrisey^ ' seruvand...

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Country Letters. NORTHAM, Dec. 6. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 December 1879

?omtx% Idette*. NORTHAM, Dec. 6. Reaping has commenced, and, I am glad to say, crops'of all kinds are turning out excellently ?both as regards quantity and quality. No" prices have been fixed yet, but-judging /by appearances of .'crops, they will be reasonable. Although we have the much talked pf duly on flour,' no rise- in price has taken .place,; thus, bearing out "what I stated while/1 the matter was under discussion. The duly will haye the/ wholesome effect of checking: speculative/'con-' signmentand preventing our limited market being overstocked and thus shutting out the; home grown article. * Now our own merchants will haye more, confidence in buying from home growers; formerly the trade was too risky for them te touch, so that iii this instance at least we; seem-.to be justified in "doing evil that gdodmiglitcome."?: " ' ""' 'J ~ "' \ The weather continues unusually cool for the lime of year*!" and we look forward1 toa merry and enjoyable Christmas. j' Our first election of ...

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METMOPOLITAN RIFLE VOLUNTEERS. ANNIVERSARY FIRING. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 December 1879

METMOPOLITAtf RIFLE rVOLWi, ;...:.-:.' :.':;;- TEEtis. ; ;.; ';?.-¦¦'.;.; ANNIVBBSAJBT FTBINOi . An. interesting. rifle. competition, irt com- memoration of the eighteenth -- anniversary of. the Metropolitan Rifle Volunteers, took place on Mount Eliza, on Tuesday last, the 9th inst. There are .probably Jew'.things which conduce so much to the conservation of that, essential: principle"^^sohe^ssary mall volunteer organis- ations?a mutual,interest and a common stake ?as these annual meetings., which / have for their object the' reward bf 6uch as take most interest in, and acquire most command over, the rifle. On such occasions officer and private: meeton an,equality?military distinction being altogether... ignored,in the generous ¦ impulse which leads bur volunteers to assemble annu- allyon tliat 'vantage ground where the ' best mah' alone'is" awarded the palmbf superiority. ?Although^ 'owing to the changes of atmos- phere ;and light, the weather on Tuesday was not very favorable to s...

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THE Best Australian. VIGILANS ET AUDAX. PERTH, FRIDAY, DEC. 12,1879. LESSONS FROM PAST EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 December 1879

THE..: K.io Vigilans et Audax. PEmrSrEBIDAT, DEC. 12,1879. i LESSONS feom PAST EXPERIENCE.! We .iBEVEiiT; again,-.-today to :the subject wMchw.e-hastily treated on.:Tuesday last.' Wc had not space on Tuesday to enter into; details,, or_tp make.any_but?the?most general': suggestions-,our .object -was simply to call attention tb an important question, in the! hope that Hhe public; might be induced tp take" some little interest in what, lias noti hithertb,'. we,, lear, attracted lunch seribiis; consideration, --.-r:.'''.' i^ ;:.-.!-;T.;..;...;;-^;,- _-.! But the subject, having bonier .before the; Legislature pf ..the .'.colony,, a decision ha$j£u| j been taken favourable to ;the invitation,;©!;, theT Melbourne Exhibition ..Cpmmissibners, j and money having been, vpteidiorcarrying:j: -out this decision to an issue as-successful a's the unfortunately limited means at our com-! maud will permit?it becomes,-;in our opinion, I the-bounden; duty pf the Government,:with: ;jwbbm rests ^the re...

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A COMPLAINT FROM GERALDTON. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTBALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 December 1879

A COMPLAINT FROM GERALDTON. To the EbrroB of the West Austbalian. Sib,?The: people of this' district can very fairly ask the question?" What are .the bene- fits derived from, the services of the coastal steamer, so far as this part of the colony is con- cerned ?*.*. : As a inail carrier it is most uncer- tain ; as a freight carrier it has proved a posi- tive loss to: the exporters, iii-consequence of having driven the coasters out of the trade and not having tiirie or. inclination to do the work ¦ which the coasters performed. As a passenger packet the Bob Roy is most uncertain and in- convenient, as the date of departure is seldom known rintil after her arrival, when only a few hours'notice is givem It may; possibly be thought that these are indefinite complaints which could be made by any one about 'any line of steamers which the compiatomttrodiiot approve of; and that they cannot be substantiated by facts. Let us take one instance out pf many. On Friday, 28th Noveiriber,' the Rob...

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Occasional Notes. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 December 1879

¦<w LOCAL AND GEJVEMALi The '"Adelaide; Observer*'has received from a correspondent a copy of the GdV/crnia Farmer pt September 18, containing very complimentary references to Baron Mueller's writings on the eucalyptus of i Australia and to the many vain able services rendered by the^Baron to the caiifee of Australian-exploration and- Australian lit erature, In California the subject bf eucalyptus planting has for years excited great public "inter- est, .and it)is not surprising to find'in; the local .Press so well-deserved a tribute; tof a man who has", done more, than any one else to make the rworld acquainted.with the. virtues of this highly useful Australian tree:.' ? . -_/ '¦' V-.'..'.. Telegraphic advices, have been received to the" -effect-' thatjthe'directbrs ;bf the Union Bank of Australia intend to take advantage of the Act recently passed by the Imperial Legislature, and register the.bank nuder the Companies) Acts 1862 to 1879, increasing the amount of the shar...

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The Nobelist. MISS ROVEL. (From the French.) [continued.] [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 December 1879

i>$4 ^igdifot MISJS JROVEZ. (Fro: «SsJ «.«&. CC^Ualijil^ There^wer^maM ^^n^seji^lEad^ - Hovel's letter^mervweiwmany inMernund^ and many in her life, and to tell the truth parentheses, were ;her.particular delight. You open, them,- you shut them, and you .., ^^ock.un Jp5our^Hrj^-©Mfe«rttprpieet-just asr "^f"iiotliing"Eaa happened. Lady Rovelwas .Bur&jM^rfhe ,w*s-a9t subject £o=attacks .utOgiddineWaf Owll-sMW^he^bpi of the Bernina she might possibly find her * idcal,'_ ,.: rand' start'ofE ¦with4^ia%Ffor~St. ^Peters* burgh or %Jponstanitinpple. j Miss Ferra^ quite^iushed with pleasure. " ' Sr^'^d.-^16 lefter* Ttfeverrh^\sjae, more ,rTOoTdughly'beKeyed in Eer helovcdr Provi- dence. Meer was, a stranger, to her;. an hour ''Sh'e'^issett "Mgg'-on, both cheeks and gave _^ her the letter Jp read: ' Meg read it through, ~ turned pale^ and, pickingjup her hat, rusted > offlri4bid" her motlier. "' She loved her mo , thep and admired TierV^nd her,, fear; ;of .her 'fal''%as ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 December 1879

Shipping. STEAM PROM MEL- BOURNE AND ADEi LAIDE TO ALBANY, thrace to VASSE, BUN- BURY, FREMANTLE, & CHAMPION BAY, Uader Government Contract. : S.S. OTWAY: - Leaves Melbourne, Monday, Dee. 8th. Leaves Adelaide, Friday, Dec. 12th. Arrives Albany, Thursday, Dec. 18th. Leaves Albany, Sunday, Dec. 21st, or before if possible. Sfc S. ROB ROY, (to meet OTWAY.) -?L»ves Geraldton; Friday, Dec. 12th. :i;T;Leayes'Fremantle, Tuesday^ Dec. 16th. i'! i Arrives Albany, Thursday, Dec. 18th. Leaves Albany, Sunday, Dec. 21st, or be- fore if possible. .Cargo and passengers to and, from the Colonies at through rates. Also,?Through freight rates to London. ,Aokncibs :?Fremantle, James Lilly and Co.; Perth, Randell, Knight Jt Co.; Gerald ion,. Crowther and Co. ; Bunbury, R. For VestjIVasso, A. Rosselloty; Albany, J. Mc Kail&Co.; Adelaide, J. Webster &Co.; Melbourne, Anderson & Marshall. NOTICE TO IMPORTERS. STEAMSHIP 'OTWAY/ >-*' from Adelaide and .Melbourne:? Leaves Me...

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DEPUTATIONS. WHARFAGE ACCOMMODATION AT FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 12 December 1879

Deputations. Wharfage Accommodation at Fremantle. A deputation, consisting of Mr. .Geo.' Shenton, Mr. W. E.-Marmion, Mr. B. C. Wood, Mr. E. H. Higbam, and Mr. Habgood, representing the merchants of Fremantle and Perth, waited upon His Excellency the Governor on Monday last to present a memorial urging the necessity for in / ^rtaaed'Vi-harfage accommodation at Fremantle; v arid also for some, .additions being made td. the " A'':store,\mabonded-warehouse,' The depu ¦ tatipn pointy put that to ejx "'' isted! for mdrearcdr accommodatiQa.tor/wharfage'. ;' arid/bonding, purposes at' Fremantle, had been ' felt for sd'me timej'bnt since the recent revision -; ¦ of the tariff; uiider/wbich sd many articles which, ,< were previously on the free list .had been aub-'; ¦ol' jected to duties,:.the:necessityrif6reiUarging1 tho --: bonded ;warehoase at ^Fremantle had- become j*;-wore pressing; than ever..: :'::¦¦:; h -.i^ -J -";? i :-.;.. ;9>a; Excellency (-replied;: that-"the Collect...

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