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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 25 September 1874

Queen Insurance Company FIRE AN» LIFE. CHIEF OFFICES: LIVERPOOL. HEAD OFFICE IN AUSTRALIA : Queen Insurance Buildings MELBOURNE. Capital-2,000,000 Sterling. Agents in Western Australia, BICKLEY & CO., Fremantle. Tile Southern Insurance Company (Umitefl.) Capital One Million Sterling. Head Ofice-MELBOURNE. Branch Office-LONDON and SYDNEY *jl TARTNE risks on every description 1_VL of insurable interest undertaken, and losses- payable at any of the Offices or Agencies of the Company. BICKLEY & CO., Agents, Fremantle. íí T10R THE BLOOD IS THE JJ LIFE."-See Deuteronomy, chap, xii., verse 23. Clarke's "World Famed Blood Mixture Trade Mark,-" Blood Mixture." THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER AND RESTORER, For cleansing and clearing the blood from ali impurities, cannot be too highly recommended. For Scrofula, Scurvy, Skin Diseases, and Sores of all kinds it is a never-failing and permanent cure. It Cures old Sores. Cures Ulceiated Sores on the Neck. Cures Ulcerated Soie Legs. Cures ...

Publication Title: Western Australian Times, The
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By Electric Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 25 September 1874

By Electric Telegraph. Sir T, Cockburn Campbell elected, without opposition, for Albany, 23rd September. The most important items of European news for this month are that Mr. Cairns, brother of the Lord Chancellor, succeeds Lord Noemanby as Governor of Queens- land. W. W. Cairns, writer in the Civil Service, Ceylon, 1852 ; acting Assistant Government Agent, Galle, 1853; Com- missioner of Court of Requests, Calpen tyre, 1865; acting Postmaster, Ceylon, 1864 to 1866: First Lieut. Governor of Malacca, 1867 ; Lieut. Governor of St. Kitts, 1868 ; Lieut. Governor of Hondu- ras, 1870.-Colonial Office List. We hear, also, that our new Governor is to leave England for Western Austra- lia by the November mail. The principal European powers have established a naval blockade on the N. W. coast of Spain, and, with the exception of Russia, have acknowledged the exist- ing Government at Madrid. Dr. Kenealy has been disbenched from Gray's Inn, on account of the scur rillous character of the English...

Publication Title: Western Australian Times, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 25 September 1874

STOLEN CHEQUES ! THE" undermentioned cheques were stolen from me at Northampton on or about the 15th August last. Payment fof.the same has been stopped, and the public are hereby cautioned against cashing them î C. Crowther, No. 1591, dated 7th Feb- ruary, 1874, on the W.A. Bunk, «£80; T. Burge», No. 84, dated 27th June, favor Jas. Wray, on the W.A. Bank, =£4 83. ; S. Mitchell, No. 171, dated June 30,1874, favor E. Morías, on J. de M. Absolon, £3 Ils. lOd. ; S. Mitchell, No. 184, dated July l8,1874, favor Jas. Wray, on J. de M. Absolon, £10 12s. 7d. JAMES WRAY. GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. T e f>l:>vkii<r notification appears in this week'9 Gazette : JIrs Excellency The Governor in Council has be<n pleased to nominate the following g'titleiuen to form tie "Central Board ol E 'ueatiou " for the colony :-The Hon. Fred. P Barlee, Chairmm ; W. E. Marmion, Esq., George Randell, E>q, Joseph Hardy, Esq., Séptimos Burt, Esq., members. To Co-respondents.-Wantof space co...

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POLITICAL MEETING AT BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 25 September 1874

PQUTICAL MEETING AT BUNBURY.. In accordance with a requisition pre- sented to E. A. Stone, Esq., requesting him to come*forward as a "candidate for the suffrages of the electo» of Welling- ton, a large public meeting was held here in the Mechanics' Institute on Saturday, 13th inst. Amongst those present we noticed were B. Clifton, Thoa. Hayward, Bev. P. Brady, Messrs. Bich, Moore, Dr. Éovegrove, Bev. "Withers, Maguire, Carey, Spencer, and W. B. Mitchell. It was proposed by Mr, John Maguire, and seconded by Mr. W. P. Stevens : That T. C. Carey, Esq., take the chair. The Chairman said-I am sorry that you have proposed me as chairman of this meeting, as I am quite unable, through indisposition, to say as much as I would Vish on behalf of the gentle- man that is coming forward as a candi- date for your suffrages. He is a gentle- man I have much pleasure in bringing forward, as I»have known him for years as Clerk to the Legislative Council, and from his knowledge of matters connected wit...

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GERALDTON. FROM A CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 25 September 1874

GERALDTON. FROM A CORRESPONDE XT. M Tbis district has been the scene of a fatal accident, which occurred last week ta one ot Mr. Brown's men, named Thompson, who carne into Geraldton, on some business or other last Saturday. On the evening o£ the same day be was taken to the police station and locked up for diunkenness. Shortly after being secured he became so violent that the police deemed it prudent to put handcuffs on him, which was done. Some little time after, when he became, quiet, the handcuffs were taken off. On Mon- day morning he was fined and set at liberty, Nothing appears to bave been noticed, or any- thing particular heard about him until the Tuesday night, when an express was sent by Mr. Brown lor the doctor to go jto Glengarry, to see one of his tuen, who had just arrived at , v. Glencarry by the team, badly injured. TI» j Sj doctor went at once, and had the man sent into Geraldton Hospital, where, lingering for a day or two, he died,- evidently from the effects ot f...

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ANNIVERSARY RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 25 September 1874

ANNIVEKSAür RLVl,ü Marou. There are probably few thing3 which conduce so much to the conservation of that essential principle so necessary ia all Volunteer organi- sations-a mutual interest and a common stake -as the annual meeting which has for its ob- ject the reward ot such as take most interest in, and acquire most command over, the re- sources of tue ride. On such occasions officer and private meet upon an equality, military distinction being altogether ignored in the generous impulse which leads every ardent member of the loree to assemble annually upon that mutual 'vantage ground, where to the " best man " alone is awarded^ the palm of superiority. This being the case, it is rather surprising to ascertain the apathetic manner in which the metropolitan public view the annual assemblage of our citizen soldiers at their anniversary rifle matches,-considering the praiseworthy energy displayed by the volunteers themselves. On Friday last, ex- cluding the juvenile element, which mu...

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MR. PADBURY AT GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 25 September 1874

MR. PADBURY AT GUILDFORD. J Mr. Padbury addressed the electors of the Swan at Guildford on Tuesday afternoon. The meeting, which was well attended, was pre- sided over by Mr. Morrison, the chairman of the Municipal Council, who, having briefly ex- plained the object of their assembling invited Mr. Padbury to address the electors present. Mr. Padbury, who was received with cheers, said-Brother electors of the Swan, before I proceed to give you my views on the constitu- tional question which is now absorbing the attention of the country, I would wish to give you some little account of our stewardship at the last session of the Council. First and fore- most, then, we voted the sum of ¿610,000 for immigration, and I think there will be no ob- jection to that. (Hear, hear). We next voted J215.000 towards the construction of a telegraph *? line to Eucla. I was opposed to that ¿615,000 being at once voted for the purpose in view, not that I ara opposed to telegraph extension in the directi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 25 September 1874

Freehold Land.             THE undersigned are instructed by the proprieter to offer for sale, by Pri- vate Contrast-           ALL those large tracts, of rich arable and pasture Lands known as Sir James Stirling's Estates, comprising, Leschenault: location 12, of 2000 acres, and Leschenault Location 50 A, of 10,800 acres, together forming Harvey Farm. Garden Island. Part of Swan River Location 16, known as Wood bridge Farm, situate at Guildford. Part of same Location, known as Boyds Farm   Part of same Location, known as Helena Farm-.' Part of same Location, known as Vineyard Farm. ALSO, Albany Building Lot E 1. For further particulars and conditions of sale, apply to Messrs. Stone & Son, Solicitors, Perth ; or to ROBERT KING & SON, Agents for the Proprietor. Fremantle, Sept. 8, 1874. SWAN ELECTION. To Walter Pad...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 25 September 1874

Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, 8tk September, 1874. UNDER the provisions of " The Elementary Education Act, 1871," His Excellency The Governor in Council has been pleased to appoint the following gentlemen to be Returning Officers for the various Educational Districts, the under- mentioned places to be the polling places for such districts, and the following dates of election in each District : EDUCATIONAL DISTRICT OF returning officer. polling place. i DATE OF ELECTION, 1874. Albany Beverley ... Fremantle.. Geraldton.. Greenough . Irwin. Kojonup ... Murray ... 'Northa« ... Perth. Swan . TOODYAY ... Vasse. Wellington York . North : Eoebourne G. E. C Tïare, Esq. ... W. Cowan, Esq. J. G; Slade, Esq. Geo. Eliot, Esq. Eobt. Fairbairn, Esq. ... Eobt. Fairbairn, Esq. ... A. E. Grouse, Esq. J. G. Murray, Esq. W. J. Clifton, Esq. E. W. Landor, Esq. E. W. Landor, Esq. W. J. Clifton, Esq. J. S. Harris, Esq. G. DeC. Lefroy, Esq. ... W. Cowan, Esq. E. J. Sholl, Esq. Magistrate's Court Hous...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 October 1874

BIRTH. HETHERINGTON.-September 3rd, at Pembroke House, William Street, Melbourne, the wife of HENRY HETHERINGTON, of a son. DEATH. HETHERINGTON.-September 7th, at Pembroke House, William Street, Melbourne, CATHERINE, the wife of Henry Hetherington, of Edgeware, London, W., and second daughter of A. Francisco, of Fremantle, Western Aus- tralia.

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SIR T. C. CAMPBELL AT ALBANY. [We are unable, for want of space, to print the whole of [?]ir T. C. Campbell's speech at Albany, but we subjoin the more important portions of it.] [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 October 1874

SIR T. C. CAMPBELL AT ALBANY. [We are unable, for want of space, to print the whole of ~ir T. C. Campbell's speech at Albany, but we subjoin the more important portious of it.] .And now, gentlemen, I will pass to that subject which of course at this time chiefly occupies our minds -I mean the proposed change of our Constitution-the adoption of Re- sponsible Government. Before taking my seat as your representative, I ought of course TO have met you, to have dis- cussed with you this and other matters, and tj have clearly ascertained your wishes, but you know that was impos- sible. The late member for Albany re- signed so immediately before I left that I had no time to do so. I only received your requisition as I was on my way to the steamer to leave for Perth, and was unable to do more than merely answer it before starting. Shortly after my ar- rival in Perth I received the news of my election by telegram, but no communica- tion was made to me with regard to the wishes of the elector...

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By Electric Telegraph. FREMANTLE ELECTION. RESULT OF POLL: [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 October 1874

By Electric Telegraph. FBEMANTLE ELECTION. BESÜLT OP POLL: PEARSE ... 175 MARMION ... ... 146 MANNING ... ... 117 GERALDTON ELECTION. (¡eraldton, let October, 12*48 p.m. Martin Hosken proposed, M. Downes seconded, Mait- land Brown member for Geraldton. No opposition. UKKENOUGH ELECTION. Greenough, 1st October, 12*48 p.m P. W. Pearson proposed, T. Walsh seconded, Charles Crowther for Greenough. No opposition. To avoid the necessity for constantly publishing Supplements, and for the greater convenience of our subscri- bers, we propose, from this date, to publish our paper on Tuesdays and Fridays.

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 October 1874

TO THE EDtlOB. SIB,-The arrival ot the steam mail, and some pressing matters in connection therewith, prevented my noticing the supplement to yesterday's Inquirer till just now, but I trust you will be able to spare me space in to-morrow's Times for a few words in reference to Mr. Lee Steere's speech at Bridgetown. Whether my statement of what occurred in connection with the introduction and progress of the Constitution Bill, or Mr. Lee Steere's, is correct, I leave it to the ex-members of the Council to judge. I know they will accept mine, and in fact Mr. Lee Steere's own action "has endorsed its correctness ; but if more were wanting there are the speeches of Messrs. Crowther and Logue at Geraldton to refer to. The fact was Mr. Lee Steere found he could not obtain any support,-the House had no confidence in him as a leader, and preferred the tact and ability of the Colonial Secretary to carry out the measure. This was where the shoe pinched. Mr. Lee Steere is justly es- teemed as ...

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 October 1874

%\z ©estait australian ©inte*. SOLUBI NON MUTAT GENUS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1874. AT a meeting lately held at ïoric, »mer Mr. S. S. PARKER had addressed the electors, the following conversation is re- ported to have taken place : Mr. CAHILL : Have you, since altering your opinion, given the electors notice of it? Mr. PARKER : Yes, in the newspapers ; but as one is a very strong Government organ, I suppose ray letter was not pub- lished, but no doubt my letter will ap- pear in the Inquirer. Now as no one, unless indeed it might be Mr. PARKER, would accuse the Herald of being a stiong Government organ, we must necessarily conclude that what he said was intended for the Western A-iis tralian Times. It seems a pity that a man should not think before he speaks, more especially when what he says is discreditable to others; but Mr. PARKER, having done so, leaves us no alternative but, in self defence, to place the simple truth before the public. We received a note from Mr. PARKER, requesting...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 October 1874

Oflll^DREN'öOOlSrOERT. rpHE SERVICE OF SONG, illlustra X tive of the PRODIC2ÀL SON, will be repeated in Wesley Church, Perth, on Thursday, the 8th October, 1874. To commenae at i7,30. Admission-bilver on entering the door. The proceeds to be devoted to the Wesley Church Orgau Fund, -* . " " ~ GOVEBNOB WELD'S WOOL KST0BNS.-The Tasmanians are already interesting themselves about their newly,appointed Governor. The Hobart Town Mercury says ;-" We have it on what we consider good authority that 'Mr. Weld received for his crop of wool from, his New Zealand stations, last year, the handsome sum of £18,000. We do not mention this in ex- tenuation of the stinginess ot Parliament, 'but as a sufficient guarantee »f Mr. Weld's inde- pendence." "

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PERTH ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 October 1874

PERTH ELECTION. The nomination and eitctiou ut candidates to serve in the next Council as representatives of the metropolitan district took place on Wed- nesday last. There were four aspiring postu- lants for senatorial honors, namely Mr. L, S. Leake, Mr. E. Birch, Mr. S. H. Parker, and Mr. Tudor Hora. The- iriends and supporters of each party commenced the work of the election, with a conviction that the struggle would be one of the most arduous and fierce upon record in the electioneering annals of Perth. As a rule very little exciteuieut is mani- fested at our city elections ; on the present oc- casion, however, the city did show some signs ol the effervescence of party and political ieeling. In the afternoon, business, except in the neigu borhoodof the public houses, was entirely sus- pended, and the numerous flags flying gave an air of festivity to the town. The immediate vici- nity of the Town Hall was thronged with people, and Hay Street presented an unwoi.t-'dsceae of animat...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 October 1874

COMMERCIAL. Cook and Co. report from Calcutta, dated 19feh August, sales ol' 50 horses ex Cingalese, at an average ot rupees 376 each, at prices varying from rupees 950 to rupees 220, and 15 picked horses by same vessel at prices varying Irom rupees 250 to rupees 450, giving an average of rupees 750 j also sale of horses ex Ben Nevis, at an average ot' rupees 360. They state that there is now a clear market and good, well-selected horses, will fetch satis- factory prices, and they recommend that only good horses be sent in future. The Melbourne reports are that 430 horses left that port for Calcut;a in August, per Udston and J. N. Fleming, and that the Rialto was engaged to take 150 horses to Madras, and would proceed on to Calcutta if not saleable. The Annie Beaton and Sea Ripple had arrived at Singapore : the former vessel lost 6 of her horses ; those per Sea Ripple were in good order. Sandalwood logs by the vessel in question sold at 3$ dois, and roots at 5. dois. 70 cents per pi...

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POLITICAL MEETING AT YORK. From a Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 October 1874

POLITICAL MEETING AT TOEK. From-a Correspondent. Mr. S. S. Parker addressed a very large num- ber of the electors of this district, on Tuesday, last. On the proposition of Mr. W. Edwards, Mr. S. E. Burges took the chair, who in open ing the proceedings said :-Gentlemen, Mr. Parker has kindly come forward to give you an opportunity cf hearing his views on some very important questions, and I hope you will give that attention and decorum which are the prac- tice of English men in considering important questions. Mr. PARKER rose, and said :-Gentlemen, I am much gratified at the large number of per- sons present to hear what I have to say as a candidate for your suffrages, on matters likely to come forward at the next meeting of the Council. I will not begin with the question ol Responsible Government, but purpose to speak of other matters first. I might say, that Î am strictly a farmer, and have been for the last thirty years, combined with the occupation of a miller, so that my intere...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 October 1874

WEtíTERNT AUSTRALIA. " The Publie Works Loan Act; 1873," No. 10, " An Act for raising the sum of one Hundred Thousand Pounds by Loan f" for the construction of certain Public WorJcs." .Western Australian '" Government Debentures. (1.) The National Bank of Australasia, Melbourne, are authorised to receive Tenders for Fifty Thousand Pounds' worth of Debentures, being the second moiety of the sum of One Hundred Thousand Pounds to be issued in con- formity with the above recited Act, bearing interest at the rate of five per cent, per annum. (2.) The principal to be payable on 1st January, 1902, at the Treasury, Perth, . in Western Australia, or at such plaee outside the limits of that Colony as the Governor may name at the option of the holder of the Debentnre, in terms of clause five of the Act. (3.) The interest to be represented by coupons, payable on the first day of January and the first day of July in each year, at the Treasury, Perth, in Western Australia, orjat the National Bank...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 October 1874

NOTICE TO COJELEESPONDENTS. We cannot insert, hereafter, any correspon- dence lor which we should be unwilling to assume the usual editorial responsibilities, nor any statement, oí facts, without the name and condition ot the writer are known to us. EEPOBT of Mr. Monger's speech at York, correspondence from York, and " Quill Driver" shall appear in our next issue.

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