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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, PERTH, 20th APRIL, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 20 April 1833
GOVERNMENT notice. Commissariat Office, Perth, 20th April, 1833. &nbsp; Sealed Tenders in Triplicate will be re- &nbsp; ceived at this Office until Monday, the &nbsp; 29th instant at 12 o'clock, from such person or persons who may be willing to &nbsp; enter into a Contract to perform the fol- &nbsp; lowing Works. &nbsp; To alter the position of Three of the &nbsp; Doors of the Perth Jail. &nbsp; To put up a close Park Paling Seven &nbsp; feet high, the whole length of the Jail &nbsp; and to extent Twenty feet from each side, &nbsp; with a Privy in one corner ; on one side &nbsp; of the park paling to have a strong. Gate Four feet wide, with Padlock and Iron &nbsp; &nbsp; Bar. &nbsp; To provide a good substantial Guard &nbsp; &nbsp; Table and Guard Bed ; and to repair &nbsp; &nbsp; the flooring of the Guard Room. &nbsp; To rep...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 20 April 1833
FOR SALE AT THE STORES OF THE UNDERSIGNED Perth. IRISH PORK, ditto Beef, Hams, Flour Oatmeal, Potatoes, Onions, Rice, Lard, Sugar, Tea, Raisins, Jamaica Rum, Brandy, Prime Gin, Wines, London Porter, Tobacco, Segars, Snuff, Pipes, Cape Skins, Slops, Shoes, Cloth Caps, Felt and other Hats, Combs, xiñ and Earthenware, Starch, Stone Blue, Pearl Barley, Vermicelli, Mustard, Pickles, Ketchup, Soy Salad Oil, Salt, Pepper, and Spices, Stationery, Playing Cards, Shot, Copper, Caps, Corks, &c. &c, &c. ALSO Coffee, Soap, India Mats, Split Peas, Bacon, wholesale and retail. LEROUX, CARTER, & Co Weekly Cargo Boat to Perth. J. LUKIN respectfully informs the Public, that his boat, the Fanny will leave Fremantle every Thursday for Perth, and will return every Saturday morning, wind and weather permitting. -Goods landed at Perth, at 30s. per Ton, carriage at Fremantle included. Under half a ton-charge will be made according to the size of the package. %* Timber, Brick...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Surveyor General's Office Perth, April 18th, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 20 April 1833
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Surveyor General's Office Perth, April 18th, 1833. | His Honor the Lieutenant Governor directs the following Regulations relative to Town and Suburban Allotments with- in the Territory, to be published for general Information. J. S. ROE, Surveyor General. REGULATIONS Relative to Town and Suburban Allotments in Western Australia GENERAL CONDITIONS 1. Persons receiving Land or building Lots within the Settlement, are not at li- berty to transfer the same to any other individual, until, by the fulfilment of the conditions on which such allotments were made, a full title shall have been acquired thereto ; but a Grantee or his Assignees will at all times possess the right of sell- &nbsp; ing or transferring his right of property &nbsp; &nbsp; in a lot, such transference being duly re- &nbsp; &nbsp; gistered. &nbsp; &nbsp; 2. All Grants or Town Lots which &nbsp; shall be vacated by persons quiting the &...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE PROCLAMATION By His Honor Frederick Chidley Irwin Esquire, Captain in His Majesty's 63rd Regiment of Foot, Lieu-Governor Commander in Chief and Vice Admiral of the Colony of Western Australia and its Dependencies. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 20 April 1833
GOVERNMENT NOTICE PROCLAMATION &nbsp; By His Honor Frederick Chidley &nbsp; Irwin Esquire, Captain in His Ma- &nbsp; &nbsp; jesty's 63rd Regiment of Foot, Lieu- &nbsp; Governor Commander in Chief and &nbsp; &nbsp; Vice Admiral of the Colony of West- ern Australia and its Dependencies. &nbsp; &nbsp; WHEREAS by an Act of the Lieu- &nbsp; &nbsp; tenant Governor, with the advice of the &nbsp; Legislative Council passed in the present &nbsp; year of His Majesty's Reign, intituled &nbsp; " An Act for establishing Standard &nbsp; Weights and Measures, and for prevent- &nbsp; ing the use of such as are false and defi- &nbsp; cient." It is amongst other things en- &nbsp; acted, that it shall and may be lawful &nbsp; for the Governor, or Officer administer- &nbsp; ing the Government of the said Colony, &nbsp; for the time being...
TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 20 April 1833
TO CORRESPONDENTS John Butler s letter to us upon the sub- ject of our declining to publish certain documents unless they were properly "authenticated" is written in too mean, and contemptible a spirit, to be deserv ing of our notice. The Documents have been delivered by his order to Mr. Smythers of Fremantle. If Mr. Weavell addresses us upon a public subject, without marking his letter as private, we cannot be an- swerable for the consequences The inaccuracies in the letter, arose from its altogether escaping the notice of the compositor, although corrected in the proof-sheet, which will be apparent to those who understand these matters. If Mr. TV. wishes it, what he calls his private communication, shall be published verbatim, the public will then be able to judge what his sent- ments were.
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 20 April 1833
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL To make room for the Government notices on the first page, we have been under the necessity of circumscribing our local intelligence. An affray took place at Fremantle, on Wednesday last, between Mr. Lewis and Mr. Clark, arising out of disputed ac- counts. It appeared at the examination on Thursday, before G. Leake, Esquire, that some hard words mutually exchang- ed, produced from Mr. Lewis a hard blow ; for which assault he was bound over to keep the peace, himself in £40., and two sureties in £20 each. As the affair is likely to come before the Commissioner of the Civil Court, and a Special Jury, we refrain from giving the particulars of the case. The present wholesale prices at Fre- mantle of the articles recently imported, are as follow :— Flour, 3½ d. per lb. by the ton ; Po- tatoes, £25. per ton ; Onions, 9d. per lb. ; Oatmeal, 5d. per lb. ; Starch, 2s. per lb. ; Pork, £7. per barrel ; Rice, 3d. per lb. The retail prices at Perth, are, Flour, öd....
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, PERTH, 20th APRIL, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 April 1833
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Commissariat Office, Perth, 20th April, 1833. Sealed Tenders in Triplicate will be re- ceived at this Office until Monday, the 29tli instant at 12 o'clock, from such person or persons who may be willing to enter into a Contract to perform the fol- lowing Works. To alter the position of Three of the Doors of the Perth Jail. To put up a close Park Paling Seven feet high, the whole length of the Jail and to extent Twenty feet from each side, with a Privy in one corner ; on one side of the park paling to have a strong Gate Four feet wide, with Padlock and iron Ear. To provide a good substantial Guard Table and Guard Bed ; and to repair the flooring of the Guard Room. To repair the Roof of the present Bar- rack, and to Whitewash the inside throughout, and to Plaister, and White- wash the outside, and to build a Fire Place. For further, particulars application to be made either to the Civil Engineer, or, Barrack Master, who will afford every information connected with t...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Surveyor General's Office, Perth, 25th of April 1833, [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 April 1833
I f.iK vgWtWWWme* ~& & Surveyor General's Office, ** Perth, 25th of April 1833, The Lieutenant Governor in Council has granted the following town Allotments PERTH D 3 Mary Ann Hokin, * D 8 Robert Minson H14 Samuel Kingsford, L20J Samuel Kingsford, L69 Samuel Kingsford, V28 Peter O'Neil, W7 5 Frederick A. Downing, V30J Samuel Kingsford, W84 Joseph Hardey, W85 George Johnson, , . ,.:v.' GUILDFORD 157 Elizabeth Pollard, ' 'l FREMANTLE . 50 Charles Cass Junior, 53 Lionel Samson, 83 Elizabeth Spencer, 98 James Solomon, 144 John Spencer, The assignment of the under mentioned building allotment in Fremantle will be delivered on apply- ing to the Civil Commissioner there, and paying him the amount chargeable for the comer stakes* 429 Amy Keats. J. S. KOE. Surveyor General.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, PERTH, 29th APRIL, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 April 1833
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Commissariat Office, Perth, 29th April, 1833. Sealed Tenders in Triplicate will be re- ceived at this Office, on Monday t e 29th instant, at 12 o'clock, from such person or persons as may be willing to Contract to erect a Building near the Flats, 50 feet by J 2. The Walls to be built of Clay, with Timber uprights and Battens ; the Roof to be Thatch. The Chimneys to be built of Brick ; Sta- ble tor Three Horses, with Shed, &c. For particular Plan and Specification regarding the Building, application to be made to the Civil Engineer, who will afford every information connected with the Building. Persons Tendering to state the shortest possible .time in which the Building can be completed. JOHN LEW IS, Dep. Asst. Com. Geo.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 April 1833
£5. REWARD. WHEREAS during the night of the 18th April the Store belonging to Mr. Mc Dermott Freman- tle was broken into, and Flour and Potatoes sto- len ; the above reward will be paid on conviction of the offender or offenders ; and likewise £5. REWARD To any Person who will give such Information as may lead to the conviction of the party or par- ties who broke the window of the Store now occu- pied by Mr. Downing, at Fremantle, and stole a quantity of Flour. April 23d, 1833. FARMER That splendid CART STALLION will Stand until further notice.-Terms : -Four Guineas. H. BULL. We noticed in a previous number the projected road along the water side ex- tending to the point under Mount Eliza, which was in progress under the direction of J. Morgan, Esq. ; we are now happy to find it is nearly completed, but regret to learn, however, that the line of road is not to be extended to the Institution house ; we have not heard any reason assigned for leaving this work incomplete: when we are t...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 April 1833
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. On the 24th Inst Arrived, the Eagle Schooner, Captain Pratt, from Launceston,-Passenger and Super cargo, Mr. Hugh Vallence ; touched at Port Augusta ; coming out of the Port spoke the Cygnet, Captain Rolls. The Thistle had arrived at Launceston about the 12 ultimo. Lying in Gages Roads.-The Monkey, and the Eagle. In Cockburn Sound.-The Ellen Government Schooner, and the Auranzau Two vessels were seen off Garden Is- land during yesterday, the one a barque, the other a brig ; the latter hove in sight this morning, and will most probab- ly be at anchor in the course of the evening.
IMPORTS Per Eagle, Capt. C. Pratt from Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 April 1833
IMPORTS Per Eagle, Capt. C. Pratt from Launceston. 25 tons flour, 1800 bushels wheat, 500 bushels oats, 3 puncheons rum, 10 tons potatoes, 6 bullocks, 50 sheep, 2 tons hay, 2 cases merchandize, 1 case sadlery,
THE NATIVES AGAIN! [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 April 1833
The Natives again ! It is sincerely to be lamented that we should again be called upon to notice an outrage of an aggravated nature, commit- ted by the natives. Some stock, the pro- perty of Messrs. Clarkson, Hardey and Johnson, owing to the neglect on the part of the person who had them under *his charge, escaped into the bush ; and up to this time, although every diligence has been used, the proprietors have only been able to And the remains of one cow, which had been speared by the natives ; in fact Mr. Clarkson's party surprized them in the act of cooking and eating it, and they conscious of their aggression made a precipitate retreat. Not the slightest doubt is entertained as to the identity of the cow. She was expected to calve in the course of a iew days, and amongst the entrails, which was left at some distance norn th * spot where the natives were cooking the carcass, the embryo calf \ . s four' ; in addition to this the hide exactly corresponded with that of the cow whicl ...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, April 27th, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 April 1833
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office. Perth, April 27th, 1833.' The Lieutenant Governor directs the following List of Holidays to be observed in all the Public Offices, and Courts of Judicature, to be published for general information.— All Sundays' Jany. 1, New-Years' Day 30, Martyrdom Charles I March 1, St. Davids' Day ' 17, St. Patricks' Day April 23, St. George s Day May 29, Restoration Charles II June 2, Foundation of the Colony 18, Battle of Waterloo 25, Kings' Accession July 25, St James' Day August 13, Queens' Birth Day 21, King's ditto Sep. 8, Coronation 29, Michaelmas Day Oct 18, St. Luke 28, St. Simon and St. Jude Nov. 5, Gun-powder Treason 30, St. Andrews' Day Dec. 25, Christmas Day 26, 27, Shrove Tuesday Ash Wednesday Good Friday Easter Monday and Tuesday Holy Thursday Whit Monday And that the Hours of Attendance at the Public Offices on all other Days will in future be from 10 am. to 3 pm., excepting on Saturdays (not being otherwise a Holiday) when the Offic...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. (concluded) Surveyor General's Office Perth, April 18th, 1833. REGULATIONS RELATIVE TO TOWN AND SUBURBAN ALLOTMENTS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA CONDITIONS RELATIVE TO PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 April 1833
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. (concluded) Surveyor GeneraVs Office Perth, April 18*//, 1833. REGULATIONS Relative to Town and Suburban Allotments in Western Australia CONDITIONS RELATIVE TO PERTH. Article 1. Each lot on Saint George's Terrace and Adelaide'Terrace, a» well as all special lots are subject to the conditions of building and com- pleting a house of £200. value at least, within two years of the date of permission to occupy ; such value to be decided by two Justices of the Peace for the District. 2. The houses on the Bazaar and other streets, the same not being Special Lots, are to be of the value at least ,£100., subject to the same condi- tions as in article 1 relative to building and valu- ation. 3. Special Lots are subject to the condition of erecting upon each, a building of the value of at least -S2U0., within two years from the date of the license occupation ; such building to have a façade according to one of the Plans in the Surveyor General's Office, or according to such ot...
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 27 April 1833
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL We have long considered it a grievous hardship, that we should be subjected to any monopoly, more especially of so material an article of food, as flour. Un- happily it has been practised here to a considerable extent, and as we intimated a iew weeks ago, at the identical pe- riod flour was selling at 2£ d. per lb., in quantities of l8 or 20 tons, it was sold at Perth at 5d. per lb. by the bag.-In order to correct this system-in public opinion, at all events-we have taken son io pains to estimate our present sup- ply, which we can confidently state at o months consumption, leaving the wheat of colonial growth, and that imported into .the Colony out of the question.-The im- porter looks for his reasonable profit which he receives according to circum- stances-the Merchant who is, or ought to be one of us, is justly entitled to his lair remuneration, but when he looks for the speedy return of his money, he must consider the inability to pay the just debt ...
PERTH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 May 1833
PERTH SCHOOL. -00 A General Meeting of the Subscribers to the Perth School is fixed to be held at the Church on Monday the 13th of May, at 12 o'clock, for the purpose of electing a Schoolmaster. This Situation having become vacant, Notice is hereby given, that Individuals desirous of filling the same, are requested to send their Application to the Secretary before the above named day of meeting. *The Salary at present given is 50 Guineas per annum, with the privilege of taking private Schoolars. William Knight, Secretary & Treasurer*