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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 30 August 1843

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Lying in Owen's Anchorage. — H.M. colonial scliooner Champioh, and the M'a&ras*

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THE INQUIRER. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1843. DEBATE ON COLONIZATION IN THE BRITISH HOUSE OF COMMONS, April 6, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 30 August 1843

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1843. DEBATE ON COLONIZATION IN *THE BRITISH HOUSE OF COMMONS, ^pril6, 1843; We gave ifa our last number a copious extract from the Cofonial Vaxeite of April 12ih, con taining toahy acute and sensible strictures bn the arguments used by Lord Stanley, in reply to Mr. jC. Buller, in the above faiemiohed discussion; There remain however several points of view peculiarly accessible , to colonists, which being Jess obvious tb the English writer or debater* have been Unnoticed in the discussions on this most vital question, and which we shall ehdea vonr briefly to poiut out. Thebe is no labour-fond in any of the Australian Colonies. There never has Been a durable labour-fund— unless, iu Uced, the land-sales effected during the mania for every kind of speculation in South Australia during the first four or five years of its exist ence, followed by a similar outrageous fit in Sydney, Port Phillip, and Van Dienien's Land, during the years 1838, 9, 40, can be deemed toll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 30 August 1843

? It is mweli to be regretted that the absence of proper appBrultift lins prevented the publktuiuu of this very iute reiUiifc Bud beautifully executed plain

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the "Inquirer." NOTICES OF UNREPORTED TRIALS. NO. II. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 30 August 1843

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the ' Inquirer.' NOTICES OF UN REPORTED TRIALS. NO. II. Dear Sir, — I understand you have expressed a considerable degree of anxiety and concern at my long silence, and that your alarm for my health and safety has been so great as to make you several times refuse your victuals. For this tenderness on your part I must express tuy grate ful acknowledgments, and trust that the bight of my handwriting will at once restore you to pris tine vigor. But let me tell you, my amiable friend, I should have been penetrated with a much deeper sense of your regard for me, had you taken the trouble to inquire into my circum stances, and not merely bewailed my absence, though with the most affecting expressions of regret. Had you displayed any active benevo lence, you would have found out my lamentable condition, and would then doubtless have exerted yourself iu my behalf; and not merely, like one of the children of Zion, sat dawn and wept. But I must needs tell you ...

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THE LETTERS OF MARO On the Cultivation of the Vine; republished from the Sydney "Australian," at the request of the Council of the Society for Promoting the Cultivation of the Vine. No. 4 [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 30 August 1843

THE LETTERS OF MA HO On the Cultivation of the Vine ; republiihed from the Sydney ' Australian,' at the request of the Council of the Society for Promoting the Cultivation of the Vine. No. 4 VARIETIES OF TUE VINB. 1st DIVISION. Consisting of varieties, which from their hardiness of con stitution uml^lie curly maturity of their fruit, arecom-idcred be the best adapted to the colder districts of the colony, numbered, as marly as possible, in the order iu which they ripen. .No.J.— PitfBA'U Gals, (No. 5Gx1.,i-f the 1st, or Mr. Busby's private collection in the Botanic Garden, but mis named in the catalogue Carbenet Simvignen, which does not exist there). Small pink er greyish grape, which sets in email close clusters ; very early ripe, very 6Ugury mid sweet to .the palate^ bears lutle, but is excellent tor wine, a very hardy plant, but requiring several year* lo attain, sufficient vigour to produce Iruit, requires very little room , never exceeding 4ft. by 2ft. 6iu.,and in the colder di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 30 August 1843

THE AUSTRALASIAN, COLONIAL, & GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE AND ANNUITY COMPANY. CAPITAL £200,000, IN 2,000 SHARES. Directors* Edward Barnard, Esq. ICE. Mangles, Esq. H. Buckle, Esq. | J. B. Montefiore, Esq. John Henry Capper, Esq. J. H. Ravenshaw, Esq. Gideon Colquhouu, Esq. Sir James Stirling. John Edwardes Lyall, Esq. William Walker, Esq. Trustees. Edward Barnard, Esq. John Henry Capper, Esq. Thomas Richardson, Esq. Auditors. Sir F. H. Doyle, Esq. C. Richardson, Esq., Cornhill. Solicitors — MesBrs. Swain, Stevens, Ac Co. Bankers — The Union Bank of London. Physician— R. D. Thomson, M.D. Secretary— Ed ward Ryley , E*q. Colonial Banker— Thii Branches of the Bank of Australasia. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Agent — Samuel Moore, Esq. Medical Adviser— ff. U. Sboll, B»q.,ptv tern.. rilHE following advantages are offered by this _L Association: — The guarantee of an ample subscribed capital. Unusually favourable rates, calculated with re ference to Australasian Investments. Participation in Pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 30 August 1843

Si gfile at the stored of T. Mangles &- Co., Perth, 'VTORK HAMS; Wilts bacon; pirie and JL chetlder cheese Tea, loaf sugar Pickled anchovy paste Junis, bottled fruits, capers,' and salad oil White wine vinegar Floor-cloth Gentlemen's shirts, do. half hose p( canters Snuffs Clocks Pembroke tables, chests of drawers Knives and forks Saucepans Cross-cut sawB Yellow and scented soaps Eau de cologne Corks Stationery, books (a variety) Stone salting puns Macintoshes Washing tubs, hair brooms, brushes Bilks, merinos, linen sheets trouble barrel guns Hats Matting THRASHING MACHINE. A SUPERIOR Thrashing Machine, with Xi. the last improvements, for sale by F« Mangles & Co. N.B.— If preferred, Btdek will be taken in barter. Perth, July 15, 1843; Wanted, JN a sraaH family in the country, a good female servant, with unexceptionable charac . References will be required. — Apply at Mi'. Cbauncy's, West Guildfbrd* rilHE undersigned will contract tor receiving JL dried sheep, lamb, k...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 6 September 1843

NOTICE. ryiHE undersigned hereby give notice, that in JL future no communications through the Post will be received by them unless prepaid. L.& W.SAMSON. Perth, Sept. 4, 1843. ? To be let, rn WO COTTAGES in Perth, one situate in JL Hay-street, containing six rooms, and the other in Murray-street, containing three rooms. Apply to Mr. Jeffers, Perth. ? BZ.ACK WATTLE BARS. rpENDERS will be received for the supply of _L 20 tons of the above article, in quantities of not less than one ton. To be delivered in Perth by the 14th of Octo ber next. Payment — Cash on delivery, by allowing the usual discount. JAMES STOKES. Sept. 5, 1843. ? On sale, FINE TWANKAY TEA IN CHESTS White Manilla and other sugars in bags Fine Java coffee Preserved ginger Corks Gunpowder, F., in kegs Black and sperm oil Flour, pollard, and brun, in sacks, from the mill at Ellen's Brook. ? M. A. LEAKE. For sale at the stores of D. Scott, Fremantle, at reduced prices, /CHAMPAGNE, port, and sherry, bottled \y Port ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 6 September 1843

To sail In all December, for England direct, if freight can be ensured, jE£§3£* rilHE fine fast-sailing Ship jCQJyK JL ''Trusty,' John Elsilon, -SJwnaup Commander, A. 1. Has superior ^^^^m*» accommodation for passengers. For freight or passage apply to Messrs. F. Mangles & Co., Agents for the Ship. N.B.— AH wool and oil shipped per Trusty trill be covered by policy opened in London. SALES BY AUCTION. York Fair. TO BE SOLD~BY AUCTION, BY MESSRri. L. & W. SAMSON, At York Fair, on the 6th October next, without reserve, ABOUT ninety SHEEP, Bne-woolled me rinos ; Jive yearling colts j a few articles of furuiture, wearing apparel, &c, &c. Further particulars at the time of sale. Sole of Sheep. TO BE SOLDiY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. L. & W. SAMSON, To follow the sale advertised for therlst October, ABOUT 300 Sheep, now depasturing in the Toodyay 4-strict, consisting of ewes and tembfit and aifew wethers. Perth, Aug. 18, 184$. TO BE SOLD BJ AUCTION, BY MESS...

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 6 September 1843

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Extract from a Meteorological Journal kept in the office of the Hon. the Surveyor-Geneml, Perth. Daie ihenn Bar. Wind. Weather & Remarks. 1848 Aug. 3C 10 AM 68 30.88 ENH 'Fresh bra. One. 4 PM 08 17 NNW Mod., fine.— Heavy ihwrs.in the uight. 81 10 A M 55 07 SW Strong breeze, cldy. 4 P M 63 16 SW Do., do. Sept. ' Shwrs. in the night. I 10 A V £8 S3 W Moderate, showery. 4PM 66 S3 SW Do., do. Shwrs. in the uight. 9 lo 1 H (I 81 '? N Light wind, cloudy. Shwrs. in the night. t 10 A M 07 .98 NE Light-fine. 4PM 60 J 33 WSW Moderate, fine, cldy. boruon. 4 10 A M CO 16 WbyN Light, cloudy. 4 P M 68 10 WbyN Light wind, tine. 6 10 A H 68 00 calm i Cloudy, showery.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 6 September 1843

, SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Arrived.— On the 31st ultimo, the Eliza beth, J antes master, from Lombock. Cargo — Rice, paddy, pigs, and ducks* Same day, die Pacific, Harris master, from Lombock. Cargo — Rice, paddy, pigs, and ducks. The Pucific is a trading vessel Bailing under the American Hag, and her present cargo being brought from a foreign port, is not admis sible here. The master has applied to the government for permission to land ana sell his cargo, but each nei mi&fcion has, of course, been refused, as being directly contrary to the Navi gation Laws. On the 4th instant, the 'Cheerful,' Patrick master, from Batavia, with sugar and pepper. Sailed. — On the 2nd instant, the Madras, Kitching master, for Adelaide. Lying in Owen's Anchorage. — H.M. colonial schooner Champion, and the Pacific. In Gage's Roads, the Elisabeth.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 6 September 1843

Errata. — In Mr. Gregory's paper, published Ia6t week, on the qualities of iron ore discovered at Rainworth, in the ' Fir6t Experiment,' show ing the quantity produced, for ' 9 per cent, of wrought iron' read ninety per cent. ; and in the ' Second Experiment' for ' 25 perceut. of iron' read fijty'troo per cent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 6 September 1843

MR. FREDERICK SHERWOOD, hav ing recently n. turned from a survey in the Ijeschciiault district, respectfully informs owners, occupiers, intending purchasers of land, and other?, that he is ready to undertake the selec ti -n and survey of land in any part of the colo n ?? ; also, to furnish architectural and working drawings, with specifications and estimates, for every description --f builder's and artificer's work. Also, to adjust disputed accounts be tween employers and tradesmen. Fremantle, Aug 17, 1843. i^i ATTAIN R.D. BAKER, H.M.51st Regt. \^J hereby gives notice that it is his intention to leave the colony in the course of a short time. Vork Branch of the Western Aus tralian Agricultural Society. AT a meeting of the Committee held at York on Friday the 4th of August, it was re solved, That the Annual Meeting of the Society be postponed till Friday ihe 6ih October next; on which day the usual Cattle Show will take place at York, and the following prizes be awarded, provided the...

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CORRESPONDENCE. "To the Editor of the Inquirer." [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 6 September 1843

CORRESPONDENCE. 11 To the Editor of the Inquirer.' Mr. Editor, — Having so frequently appear ed in your pages in the unwelcome, but, 1 believe, necessary, character of a reprover ; and finding that my bmther colonists have received my ad monitions in the kindly and candid ppitit in which they were intended ; I would now with your aid, beg to lay before them come remedies (or the ex isting disproportion of our import to our^export trade; once more requesting them to remember that ' Mentor's' observations are directed, not pgainst the profits charged on imports by local retailers, (this subject being the province of 'Quivis,' 'Nemo,' 'Aliquis,' and others) but against the consumption of these imports at all. In fact ' Mentor' and common senao would protest almost as strongly against the character of these imports, were they presented to the pub lic by the retailer at prime cost. The evils of the existing system should be viewed clearly under their two heads, most distinct in their who...

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THE LETTERS OF MARO On the Cultivation of the Vine} republished from the Sydney "Australian" at the request of the Council of the Society for Promoting the Cultivation of the Vine. No. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 6 September 1843

THE LETTERS OF MARO On the Cultivation of the Vine; republished from the Sydney 'Australian' at the request of the Council of the Society for Promoting the Cultivation of the Vine. No. 6 DISEASES Or THE TIKE. There is only one disease, properly bo called, to which the Vine is occanfonBlly subject in New South Wales. I have mentioned it in the preceding chapter as being knswn by the name of ' the blight.' It caused several spall vineyards to be abandoned, which in the earlier yeafs of thfe colony were planted by the officers and a few other individuals. There vineyards are eaid to bave pros' pered generally until their third or fourth year, when the malady made its appearance in the form of dark brown spots or blotches upon the young shoots, leave*, and bunches of fiult,and became so destructive, that the cul ture of the vine was discontinued as hnpelesB. I have seen the disease iu Europe, where it was pointed out by a skilful, practical cultivator, an individual who had succeeded in...

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THE INQUIRER. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 6 September 1843

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1843. Our attention has been drawn to a No. of Chambers* Edinburgh Journal for March 4th, 1843, which purports to contain ' information for the people' with respect to the colony of Western Australia. The Messrs. Chambers have hitherto been peculiarly unfortunate in their choice of authorities, and, in their efforts to in struct th*e readers of their highly popular journal, have gathered information from most doubtful sources, a circumstance which has already been commented upon in this journal. In the present instance they have met with their usual bad luck, having taken for their guide a book lately published in London under the following title : — ' New Holland : its colonization, productions, and resources, by Thomas Bartlett ;' the which book, judging from the few extracts we have seen, as well as from our own knowledge of the author's qualifications, we much fear is admir ably calculated to mislead the public, and lo draw the Messrs. Chambers into fresh...

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ON THE BOTANY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. LETTER XX. To the Editor of the "Inquirer." [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 6 September 1843

ON THE BOTANY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA, LETTER XX.. To the Editor of the " Inquirer." SIR, — Of the natural order Polygaleæ, we have several species of Comesperma that are beautiful ; Baron Hugel describes five — the C. Stricta, found at King George's Sound ; the C. Simplex, found at Fremantle ; the C. Conferta, of Labillardiere, which, Dr. Lindley remarks,is   a beautiful herbaceous plant or under-shrub, clothed with narrow rigid leaves, and loaded with erect racemes of violet flowers, succeeded by the curious spatthule, emarginate fruit of the genus. Comesperma Flava, of Decandolle, is common here in swamps ; but the most remarka- ble plant of the genus is the one called the Swan River broom, which, from the use made of it, I have named Comesperma Scoparia. This plant, which is well known to most of the settlers, forms an excellent ready-made broom, the root forming the handle ; the only habitat on which I have seen it is on a sand-hill on Mr. Burgh's grant (formerly Mr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 13 September 1843

Sale of Goods remaining t nc'cared of the Auc tion of the Qth instant, ml to be sold under the conditions of that day's $ale. ' TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. L. & \V. SAMSON, At their Auction Rooms, Perth, on Thursday the 14th itist., atone o'clock precisely, A QUANTITY of TAPES. Also,— A variety of other goods, particulars of which will be given at the time of Bale. Perth, Sept. 12, 1843. On sale by John Wicksteed, At his Store, Union Hotel, Fremuntle, 'VTELLOW and MOTTLED SOAP, very X. superior white and brown Windsor soap Thorn's Yarmouth bloater paste Thorn's 'Taily-ho' sauce Boots and shoes Ladies' cap?, white and coloured Paper hangings and borders White lead, paints, and brushes Putty and whiting A plough, with extra shares, &c. A superior box churn Mavor's and Universal spelling books Watts' 1st and 2nd Catechisms. Perth Town Trust. HPENDERS will be received at my house on X Wednesday, 13th insL, for 1,200 feet of tuwn mahogany, 7x2£, fit for curbs, to be...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 13 September 1843

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Lying in Owen's Anchorage. — H.M. colonial schooner Champion, Pacific, and Cheerful. In Gage's Roads, the Elizabeth.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 13 September 1843

THE AUSTRALASIAN, COLONIAL, & GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE AND ANNUITY COMPANY. CAPITAL £200,01)0, IN 2,000 SHARES. Directors. K- 1 ward Unnianl, Esq. C E. Mangles, Esq. 11. Buckle, Esq. J. B. Montifiore, Esq. John Ilf-nry Cupper, Esq. J, II. Ravensbaw, K»q. QUU-on ColtjulKMtii, Ksq. (Sir James Stirling. John Edwarde* Lvall, Esq. William Walker, Esq. Trustees. Edward Barnard, Esq. John Henry Capper, Esq. Thomas Richardson, E*q. Auditots. Sir F. H.Doyle, E*q. ♦ C. Richardson, Esq., Cornhill. Solicitors— Mesprp. Swain, Stevens, & Co. Bankers — The Union Bank of London. Physictnn — R. D. Thomson, (ID. Secretary — Eihvard Hyl«v, Kmj. Colonial Banker — The BiuucIksoI the Jiuiik oi'Australasia. \V ESTERN A USTR A LI A. Agent — traniml Moore, lisq. Medical Adviser — *V. H. Shull, Esq.,p?'o ttm. FT^HE following advantages are offered by this J Association : — Tlie guarantee of an ample subscribed capital. Unusually favourable rates, calculated with re ference to Australasian Inves...

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