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Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. "Be just and fear not; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."—Shakspeare. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1866. CLASS B PASTORAL LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 October 1866

fortfe (gamite # S. %'. Simis. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Shaforpeare. PRIDAYrOCTOB^riTiieel CLASS B PASTORAL LEASES. WHEN the Land Regulations were the subject of public discussion in 1858 and 1859, much was said against Pastoral occupation being allowed to stand in the way of land being purchased by the general public for the purpose of culti- vation. It was very properly.urged that one acre in tillage was of more advantage to the progress of the colony than ten used as a sheep run, and this principle was recognised when the Regulations of 1860 were framed. 'We,, at that time urged that such lands as were to be found within such a distance from a sea port or a centre of population, so that there was reason.to believe they might be cultivated with profit, should at all times be open to purchase, but that any other lands should be open for pastoral occupation upon encouraging terms, ep^ecially with respect to f...

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THE SCAB IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 October 1866

THE SCAB IN NEW SOUTH WALES. THE following extracts from the report of the Inspectors in New South Wales con- clusively prove that this disease may he effectually eradicated, a fact which a few of our sheep-owners pretend to believe not possible. " If sheep-owners generally were at a loss in detecting the disease, those of them who were so unfortunate as to have their sheep infected were still more so in cleansing them ; and as will be seen on reference to Report No. 2 (where the details of the dressings are given in each case), many different sorts of medicaments were tried for that purpose, but so frequently without success, that what with the expense of medicines and the cost of applying them, joined with the losses otherwise consequent on the disease remaining on these stations, it would, in many cases, have paid the owners better had the sheep been destroyed by Government, and the old rate of compensation (4s. a sheep) been paid for them. " It unfortunately happened that, some ...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 October 1866

Carrapnimta. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette Sç W.Â. Times. SIB,-In your issue of the 7th instant, a let- ter appeared signed " teabrook," and you some years since published letters signed with the same name. As the writer of them has ex- pressed that he felt some annoyance at the time by being mistaken for somebody else, will you kindly oblige me by allowing me a small BJ ace in your valuable journal, as I do not wish the public to be deceived this time in reference to the name of the writer who signs his letters "Seabrook." And as letters occasionally ap- pear in your journal with the same signature instead of the real name of the writer, and I may add that on two previous occasions. I have been accused and also censured for the absur- dities which the letters contained, I wish all persons to know, whom it may concern, that Mr. E Brockton resides at a place commonly known by the name of Seabrook, but why that gentleman should sign his letters " Seabrook" I am at a loss to imagi...

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Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 October 1866

â&ipptÄfl äittjeUigeure. DEPARTURES. September 28.-Palestine, 427 tons, W. Johnson, master, for Champion Bay. Pas- sengers-Mrs. Brown, Mrs. A. Shenton and daughter, Messrs W. Burges, Laurence and Anderson, in the cabin; J. Jewell, J. Duprey, T. Brown, W. McDonald, and J. Johnson, in steerage. Cargo-Part of original cargo from London ; and 15 wool screws, 7 postsr-and 2 carriages from Fremantle. 29.-Flying Foam, 36 tons, Cobb, master, for Champion Bay Passengers-Mrs. Chipper and family, Mr. J Allpike, and Mr. S Devenish. Cargo--41 cases merchandize, and 1 hhd. brandy (under .bond,), 19 bags sugar, 10 bags potatoes, 10 do. flour, 30 casks bottled beer, 60 pieces timber, 6 deals, 4 hhds. beer, 1 qr -cask wine, 12 cases cider, 84 cases, boxes and bales merchandize, and 1 reaping machine. EXPORTS. Per Palestine, for London via Champion Bay -27 bales wool, 5 tons gum, and 1 case speci- mens.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 October 1866

For -AxLelaide. (Calling at King George's Sound.) THE regular Trader \ "EMILY SMITlt?* shortly expected from Adelaide .",""!" wjll ret'urn{ with all dispatch, baring "the^ greater j portion*, of her "out- ward: cargo engaged. ,""''" For Freight, or Passage apply to t . ^ -^T.lfcH. CARTER & 00. Fre&antle30ctober 3rd, 1866. 'Hy Sale of Cattle and Horses. Wi. Oil TI Wiu sell by Auction, in jilr. Haysom's (enclosure, Goderich Street, Perth, on WEDNESDAY, 10th October, inst. A MIXED Herd of about^20 to 25 head of CATTLE, consisting of cows with calves by their side, cows heavy in calf, heifers, steers, and young Stock.. ALSO, .-Ar MOB OF FINE HORSES, fit for .saddle or harness,- and particularly adapted for the Indian Market. , ALSO, \> A well-known saddle: horse, perfectly ; quiet, and suitable either for lady or gentleman. ALSO, The cutter-rigged yacht "CYGNET;* with mast, sails, anchor, all complete. About _ three tons burthen. May be seen afloat in front of the Pie...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 October 1866

NORTHAM HACES. AT a Meeting held at T. Wilding's Hotel, on Tuesday, 18th September, 1866, it was resolved that the above 'Annual Baces should take place on MONDAY, 29th October, 1866, accord- ing to the Eules of the Turf Club ; the decision of the Stewards in all cases being final. . The following gentlemen are requested to act as Stewards-Messrs. A. F. Lee Steere, S. E. Burges, A. Dempster, W. Chidlow, S. P. Phillips, and L. Lukin. Judge-W. Burges, Esq. Clerk of Course-Mr. H. Leeder. 1st Race.-MAIDEN PLATE of ¿£25, with a Sweepstakes added of ¿61 10s., for all colonial-bred horses that have never won public money ; hack- stakes excepted. Weights for age ; Heats ; one mile and a distance. Entrance ¿62. ; 2nd Race.-NOETHAM STAKES of ¿£20, with a Sweepstakes of ¿81 10s. ; two mile Heats. Weights for age. Entrance ¿éílOs. .LADIES PUESE of 20 Sovereigns, presented "by the Ladies of Northam; distance two miles. Entrance «£2. Brd Race.-PONY EACE for a Bridle and Saddle, for ponies under 1...

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COLONIZATION AND ITS DUTIES. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 October 1866

COLONIZATION AND ITS DUTIES. No. n. IT is very-interesting to observe how deeply a feeling of religion and duty entered into the mind of our country, when its attention was first seriously turned to the settlement of " plantations" a Christian people were under- taking ; it was felt, not only a great enterprise, but also (to use Bacon's words) "a blessed work." Sir Humphrey Gilbert, a relation and fellow-courtier of Sir Walter Raleigh, expressed a sentiment that was shared in by many of the best and most thoughtful men of his day, when he pronounced it "a high and excellent matter likely to excite God's heavy judgments if it were intermeddled in with base purposes."* This spirit was embodied very markedly in most or all of the early colonial patents. The " laud- able and pious design of propagating the Chris- tian religion,"t generally occupies a prominent part in the preamble ; and the articles make the most careful and express provision that " the true Word and Service of God be p...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 October 1866

First Wool Ship for London Direct. THE clipper barque PALESTINE, Al, 427 tons register, W. _ JOHNSON, Commander, having ;th*lp,eater portion of her cargo engaged, trill sail from Champion Bay for the above-named Fort on the 24th October, in order to be in time for the February ¡Wool Sales. The vessel has superior r -accommodation for Passengers. '.f~jN$°r Freight or Passage apply to X& GEO. SHENTON & Co., Agents, k, Champion -Bay. , , for Melbourne. THE Schooner . GEM, (.shortly expected from Singapore, _jwill haye quick dispatch on ar- rival, for the above port. . For freight or passage apply to T. & H. CARTER & CO. fremantle, Sept. 14,1866. Sale by Auction at York Fair. ¡IE. E. G. IEAEES HAS been favored with instructions from STEPHEN MONGER, ESQ., of Staunton Springs, to Sell by Public Auction on the1 day of .the York Fair : Ä BOUT 100 Horses, consisting of Brood JLJL Mares, Geldings, and Yearlings. Terms at Time of Sale. Auction and General Agency...

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SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. [Before His Honor Chief Justice Burt.] WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 October 1866

SUPREME COURT-CRIMINAL SIDE. [Before His Honor Chief Justice Burt.] WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1866.   In consequence of the indisposition of the At-   torney-General the Crown Solicitor conducted ¿Jje.-aMesrfer the,prosecution during the day. William Johnson, charged with stealing a mare, the properiy of Thomas Fletcher, on the Blackwood.       Thomas Flétcher-Is a shepherd in Mr.   6fe^*sA employ1^ at the Blackwood; knows prisoner who-asked him to lend prisoner his «asre?fbr the pnrpose of'going to Bunbury to fpftor,fdtd so'on condition that he &h^"^«x£days. Prisoner'did not »jxiare, or the saddle ; the next time he 'mam wa» in (be paddock of a person named Pickersgill and in*whose, possession the saddle was also. Peter Collins-Lives in Bunbury; prisoner was at my house in August, and offered to sell me a mare ; then offered me the mare in ex- change for a horse I had and £3 ; be said the mare was his...

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GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 October 1866

GOSSIP. Gossip says that Governor Hampton's ideas as to the best method of making convicts sensible of the enormity of their crimes and misdemeanors, affords a curious problem for the consideration of philan- thropists-whether flogging or starving a man until nature will bear no more, has the greatest effect in inducing him to become a better behaved individual after he has recovered his usual state of health and   strength. GOSSIP says hat the favorable result which has attended the introduction of sheep from South Australia into the southern districts, when it becomes known in the other colonies, will induce many stock-owners there to follow the example of Messrs. Marchant and others, and that the whole of that country will soon be oc- cupied. GOSSIP says that His Excellency's tours of inspection are somewhat costly for one individual, and that the Hotel-keepers in% the eastern districts must be unusually exorbitant in their charges, to make the cost of maintaining on...

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COMPLETION OF THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 12 October 1866

COMPLETION OF THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH. The Atlantic telegraph cable has been suc- cessfully laid, and the most sanguine hopes have been more than realised. The cable has been landed in Newfoundland without a flaw and without the occurrence of a single check. The communication between Ireland and the United States is rapid and complete. The receipt of the following message, for- warded by Mr. Gooch at Newfoundland to Mr. Glass at Valentia, established the faet of the perfectness of the telegraphic communication which existed early on Saturday morning, July 28: Our shore end has just been laid, and a most perfect cable, under God's blessing, completes telegraphic communication between England and the Continent of America. I cannot find words to express iny deep sense of the untiring zeal and the earnest and cheerful manner in which every one on board, from the highest to the lowest, has performed the anxious and arduous duties they, in their several depart- ments, have had to perform. ...

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THE CONCLUSION OF PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 12 October 1866

THE CONCLUSION OF PEA.CE. The treaty of peace between Austria and Prussia was signed on the evening of August 24, and sent to Vienna for ratification. After the ratifications have been exchanged, the evacu- ation of the Austrian territory occupied by the Prussian army will commence immediately. Three weeks is the term fixed for the complete evacuation of Bohemia. The treaty is said to contain 14 articles, together with supplementary protocols referring to the transport of troops, the exchange of prisoners to be effected at Oder ling, aud the question of Federal property. One of the stipulations of the treaty is that Lombardo-Venetia shall be handed over to Italy with no more onerous condition than the responsibility for the State debi:s. But it is by no means clear that all difficulties are thus removed. It is said that the Italian representative in the negotiations with Austria is authorised to demand the restitution of national relics and objects of art which Aus- tria has carried...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. London, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 12 October 1866

LATEST TELEOBAMS. London, August 28. I Advices from America state that the difficul- ties between the United State and the Emperor Maximilian of Mexico are increasing. London, August 30. Advices received in London to-day state that the Canadian authorities have demanded that a reinforcement of troops shall be sent out by the Home Government Two regiments of infantry, and probably some regiments of cavalry, will consequently proceed to Quebec. The Bank of England has this day reduced its discount from 7 to 6 per cent. London, August 31.' The ratifications of the Treaty of Peace con- cluded between Austria and Prussia were ex- changed by the representatives of those Powers yesterday. The negotiations for peace between the Go- vernments of Italy and Austria have been con- cluded at Vienna. Advices from New Tork state that "a procla- mation has been issued by President Johnson restoring Texas to the Union. Mi*. Johnson has made a speech reiterating his determination to maintain the poli...

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GUILDFORD. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 12 October 1866

GUILDFORD. (From a Correspondent.) Among the few subjects for discussion whichr now agitate our little community is one of some interest-that of the Volunteer movement. It appears from the Inquirer's correspondent that a paper is being signed already by the Guild» foi dites, and I hope it may accomplish the ob- ject in view. I would keep in view, in this second attempt the drawbacks felt in the first. \ A paper may show sufficient in number tir entitle us to an officer, but a certain number must attend drill regularly, or how are we to go through the movements necessary previous to our joining the united Corps of Perth and Fremantle, to be reviewed. The manual exer- cise is all very well for the body, but field move ment8 require a good number to form them. I shall be glad to see it revive, and will join again on being assured of a good attendance. I should be sorry to see less than 20 attend drill, and to obtain that number between 30 and 40 should enlist; for rarely will more than...

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The News by the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 12 October 1866

The News by the Mail. THE arrival of the mail shortly after nine o'clock on Tuesday morning took all by surprise, as it was not due at the Sound until the previous day. The intelligence it conveyed is so far satisfactory, that we have the assurance of peace on the con- tinent being likely to be maintained for the present. The alarming " suggestion" of the Emperon Napoleon that the French " frontier should be rectified by a cession of territory," which was the latest news we had by the previous steamer, coupled with the known extensive French preparations for war, was calculated to lead to the belief that a desperate struggle was likely to arise with Prussia for con- tinental supremacy. However, we now learn that the firm refusal of Bismarck to entertain the suggestion, was quickly followed by its withdrawal and an inti- mation that it had only been made in compliance with the feeling of the Emperor's subjects. Austria gets off easily with the loss of Venetia which, however humiliati...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 12 October 1866

THE SOUTHERN INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. Incorporatedxinderth.e "Companies' Statute, 1864r." CAPITAL: ONE MILLION. PAID-UP CAPITAL: NINETY THOUSAND POUNDS. Ifytctorä : The Hon. S. G. HENTY, Chairman. FRANCIS JOHN BLIGH, Vice-Chairman. J. JET. BLACKWOOD JAMES LORIMER H. SELWYN SMITH WILLIAM BOYD W. KERR THOMPSON PHIBBS TURNBULL JAMES WHITE 3utftor* : I ROBERT GUDEMANN. decretar» : DA VID MOFEA T. Head Office : 31 Queen Street, Melbourne. BRANCH OFFICES: LONDON BOARD OF DIRECTORS. OFFICES : No. 2 MOORGATE STREET, E.C. THOMAS HARBOTTLE JAMES MCEWAN WILLIAM A. OGG. JAMES RAE TOM RAY HEtfRY WHITE. SYDNEY BOARD OF DIRECTORS. OFFICES : No. 22 Bridge Street. GEORGE KING I GEORGE PARBURY R. G. MASSIE JOHN TODD. AGENCIES : CALCUTTA MAURITIUS ADELAIDE BRISBANE SWAN RIVER HOBART TOWN LAUNCESTON DUNEDIN GEELONG PORTLAND WARRNAMBOOL MESSES. SHAND, FAIRLIE & Co. " RICHARDSON & Go. " JOSEPH DARWENT. HENRY BOX & SON. " BICKLEY & Co. " BOYS & HALL. W. K. O'KEEF...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 12 October 1866

dïfrrjrinj) giiieUigtna. ARRIVALS. October G.-Zephyr, 409 tons, E. Elliott, master, from London. Passengers-Cabin, Mrs. Ascroft and son, Mr. Richard Hardey, and Mr. G. Hardstaff. Steerage-W. Oldfield, H. Fullward, W. Staley, and W. Wilson. 9-Swan, 25 tons, O'Grady, master, from Banbury and Vasse. Passengers-3 prisoners and E. Tonkin. Cargo-27 pkgs. butter, and 10 bags potatoes. 11.-Flying Foam: 36 tons, Cobb master, from Champion "Bay. Passengers-Mrs. C. V. Bibra, Messrs. G Green, Steele, Maley, Anderson, Cut- ting, Bufton, Baley, Smith ; Mary Walters and child and 3 prisoners. Cargo 3^ tierces tobacco 136 bags flour, 4 do. pollard, 31 do. barley, 14 pkgs sundries IN HABBOtTR. Zephyr, discharging; Agents for the port Francisco Brothers ; Emma, Favroite, Swan, Wild Wave, Flying Foam, Sea Bird, Speculator and Maud. IMPORTS. Per Zephyr from London-150 hhds. beer, R. King; I case, G. Young; 1 case, C. Harper; 2 iron pots, 1 cab, G. Leake ; 2 casks, Bishop of Perth ; 2 bundles and 1 bag,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 12 October 1866

* WiÉ^^fÜoifi'yfrat^^ offre. . i nantie, in, $& Colony ofVfâdern Aux tralia, Ghromer, farmer, ana Butcher. JA iol r . DIVIDEND. rpHE [Trustees of the Deed of Trust of tji the,24th October, 1865, made be- tween the'said John Wellard of the first |föft> Edward Newman and Alexander Francisco of Fremantle, Merchants, on behalf of themselves and other the Credit- ors of the said John Wellard of the second part, and the several Creditors whose 'Barnes and seals were and might be from time to time thereafter thereunto sub- scribed and affixed respectively, being joint and separate Creditors of the said John Wellard of the third part, will be pi epared to pay such of the Creditors as have «executed the Deed 10s. in the pound tin1 the1 amount of their respective debts at the1 office of Mr. Edward Newman at Fre- mantle, aforesaid, on or after the 10th day of October Instant. All securities held* by such Creditors must "be produced. G. W. LEAKE, Solicitor to the Trustees. Perth, 2nd...

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Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. "Be just and fear not; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."—Shakspeare. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 12 October 1866

ïlertft diarite « K. %. Simes. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-SUaTcspeare. MDAi7^ÖTOBEßlir~1866! THE failure of the law on Friday last to mete to the convicts Duffy and Scholes due punishment for shooting at Mr. Pas- coe, is a serious matter for public con- sideration. When they were brought np for the offence, the Attorney General, addressing his honor the Chief Justice said that he feared he must enter a " noli prosequi," and His Honor said that if the Attorney General was not prepared -with any further evi- dence as to with what the gun was loaded, he did not see that he could do otherwise. The prisoners were therefore discharged from the accusation. We suppose the indictment was framed under the fourth Clause of the Ordinance 17th Viet. No 7, which reads thus : "That if any convict illegally at large, (or if any convict kept to labor in the service of Go- vernment, in or at any place appointed by the said Gover...

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THE CHOLERA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 12 October 1866

THE CHOLERA. For some weeks past the cholera has been prevalent in London and several other parts of .England. The total number of deaths in the whole of the metropolis for the week ending July 28 was 2600, an excess of 1213 over the estimated number. This excess, says the report of the registrar-general, was caused entirely by cholera and diarrhoea. There were 904 deaths by cholera and 34.9 by diarrhoea. The progress of the disease was rapid. In the preceding five weeks the numbeis had been respectively of cholera, 6,11, 32, 316, and 904 ; of diarrhoea, 67, 1U2, 150, 221, and 349. Most of the diarrhoea cases were among children under 5 years of age. Of the deaths from cholera for tlie week ending July 28, 179 were children under five years of age; 160 boys and girls under 20 years ; 455 men and women in the prime of life ; and 110 people over 60 years of age. By far the greater part of these deaths occurred in a limited district of East London, supplied with water by the East Londo...

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