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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 November 1835

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Lying in Gage's Roads.-The Hero, and Cur rency Lass.

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To the Editor of "The Perth Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 November 1835

To -the Editor of "The Perth Gazette.* .Mr, Editor,-Dr. Paris, in that very learned and interesting publication the Pharmaiolgia, in treating of vegetable bitters, has the following ob- servations : " Bitter Extractive seems to be as essential to the digestion of herbivorous animals as salt is to carnivorous; it acts as a natural stimulant, for it has been shewn, by a variety of experiments, that it passes through the body without suffering any diminution in its quantity or change in its nature. " No cattle will thrive upon grasses which do not contain this vegetable principle ; this fact has been most satisfactorily proved by the late re- searches of Mr. Sinclair, Gardener to the Duke of Bedford, which are recorded in that magnificent work, the HartusGramincusWooburnemié. They shew that if sheep are fed on yellow turnips, which contain little or no bitter principle, they instinctive- ly seek for, and greedily devour, any,provender that may contain it. and that if deprived of it, be...

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To the Editor of "The Perth Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 November 1835

-000 To the Editor oj " The Perth Gazette:;' Sir,-In your report of the late tria' W. N. Clark v. C. Macfaull, it is stated, that " the plain- tiff here handed in his account current with Capt. Clark, in which the latter was debited with the full amount of plaintiff's costs as between attorney and client, and with the expense of printing tin* report alluded to by the witnesses, and credited with the full amount of taxed costs received from the defendant, leaving a balance against Captain Clark of 8/." # , This statement is incorrect ; for in the account current alluded to, which was inspected by your- self, the plaintiff was credited, not only with the taxed costs, but with the amount of the verdict, viz., 21/.,- leaving a balance due to me, on the whole, of 8/. 10s. 4d. . Trusting that you will rectify this mistake, whieh Î orcsume was unintentional. I am, Sir, Your obedient Servant, W.NA1KNE CLARK Fremantle, Nov. 16.

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. (From the "Cape Advertiser," Sept. 26.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 November 1835

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. (From, the, " Cape Advertiser," Sept. 26.) I In the absence of official information respecting the present state of the War on the Frontier, we can only refer our readers to the extract from Ihm Graham's Town Journal of the 17th, to which we may a*dd that the accounts contained in private letters agree in general with the statement there given. Peace, it appears, has been made with Macomo, Tyali, Kluklu. and two other sons of the late Gaika; with Eho, Botma, and the other connec- tions and dependents of the Gaika family. The terms have not transpired but it is understood that, with some exceptions, they were such as His Ex- cellency had previously íesolved to insist upon we mean previous to His proceeding to Fort Will shire, for the purpose of granting to the hostile Chiefs a personal interview; for the attempt to expel them from the country between the Keis- kamma and the Kei, liad apparently been aban- doned some time since. With the assistance of these Chiefs, ...

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To the Editor of "The Perth Gazette." WALTERS V. DOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 November 1835

To Hie Editor of " The Perth Gazette* WALTERS V. DOD. Sir,- As the publication of Mr. Dod's letter, in your last Gazette, has revived the above cause, I consider tint I have a right to a reply. To enter into the full particulars of the caee would occupy too much ol' your columns ; 1 shall therefore con- fine my remarks to the statements made in Mr. Dod's letter, lie savs he arrived in England in June lfc33. Then why did he not ship the good« to me in the Quebec Trader, which left London in the folovving October, and arrived in this Colony some time befJrc the James Pattison ; ami ii Le was. reaBy to sl>ip them in time by iha'James Pat- tison, as he affirms iii his letter to me, and had made an agreement with the owners to thai f-ffect, and they refused afterwards to take them, Mr Dod has, I presume., his right of action against them for breach of contract, as in any other cate. Mr. Dod, finding he was too late io send them by the James Pattison, positively assured me they should ...

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To the Editor of "The Perth Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 November 1835

To "the Editor of " The Perth Gazette." Sir,-In your last number you have favored us with some particulars relative to the Southern Australian Colony, in which I am glad to observe that it seems tlie system of the British Government to select and appoint men of talent to high stations, although they may not be of the Aristocracy. In the next place, allow me to suggest to the holders of large grants of land here, whether it would not be as well jto associate, and offer publicly, thiee times as jiîuch land (on which the fee simple i« equally certain) to individuals who would be in- clined to settle with their establishments on the said locations. The original settlers here are surely enabled to do more than this, alike to their own interest aiid that of the Colony j^cneralfy and thus turn to account what has been deemed an .«rror in the system of colonizing tjiis portion of Australia, and winch is evidently attempted to be corrected in the new Colony. ' I shal| leave this hint, for th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 November 1835

ABOUT TO LEAVE THE COLONY. H. L. COLE intends leaving the Colony by the first opportunity, and requests   that all Claims against him may be sent in on or before the 30th Instant, as they will not be liquidated after that date ; and all Persons indebted to him are requested to settle their res- pective Accounts forthwith, to prevent legal pro- ceedings. Perth, Nov. 20. WILLIAM DEVENISH, junior, is about to leave the Colony, by the Currency Lass. WILLIAM SMITH hereby gives notice, that he is about to leave the Colony, together with his Family, and requests that all Claims may be sent in for liquidation. Fremantle, Nov. 13. NOTICE MR. WILLIAM KEITH, intends leaving the Colony per Hero, and requests that all outstanding Ac- counts may be immediately settled. Fremantle, Nov 14. FOR BATAVIA & ENGLAND, (To sail in twenty-one days.) THE Brig " HERO." Has excel- lent accommoJation for Passen- gers. For Freight or Passage, apply to the Commander, on board ; or, to Messrs...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. JULY 14, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 November 1835

L Ar EST ENGLISH NEWS. JULY 14, 1835. We have had an insight of three English Papers, of the 11th, 13th, and 14th July. It ap- pears there had been a general report of the Ministers being about to be disbanded, on account of a division in the Cabinet, which report had after wards again subsided We, however, do not believe, from the accounts before us, that the Melbourne I Ministry exists at the present moment, unless per- haps some Whig manceuvie has been practised, to protect the time of their existence a little longer. It was not expected that much opposition would be shown on the secqnd reading of the Irish Tithe BihV'but that,the» opposition would be reserved to a future stage ; as the announced intention was to oppose so much of the measure as is founded on Lord John Russell's resolutions, it was anticipated that those appropriation clauses would be carried hy majorities so small, that the Lords would reject them. It was, altogether, difficult to conjecture the probable conduct...

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EXPED[?]TION TO THE HO[?]HAM RIVER; WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE RETURN PARTY BY WAY OF YORK BY MR. A. HILLMAN, OF THE SURVEY DEPARTM[?]NT. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 November 1835

EXPEDTION TO THE HOTHAM RIVER; WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE RETURN PARTY     BY WAY OF YORK BY MR. A. HILLMAN, OF THE SURVEY DEPARTMENT.     On Saturday, 3d October, 1835, our party, con- sisting of eighteen persons, left Mr. Phillips' house, on the Canning River, to proceed to their locations on the William's River. The provisions   and stores were conveyed by two bullock waggons and two horse carts. On the 4th, we left Kelmscott, and took a south and south-east course over the first range of hills; but as the direction of the road led us so near the line of the expedition in January last, I shall con- fine myself to a few general remarks on the pre- sent marked road, the direction of which is nearly S.S.E. ; which course led us over but few high hills, and on soil of gravelly ironstone, principally with little feed for the cattle and horses, until we arrived at the Bannister River, which we found running S.W., and having e...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1835 [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 November 1835

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1835 The journal of an expedition to the Hot hum River, and an account of the return journey by way of York, which Mr. Hillman, of the Survey Department, has obli-gingly favored us with, opens to our view, a portion of this territory hither- to unexplored. The distance from the William's River to the explored country at York, is about fifty miles ; about 2ö miles of the ground passed over in a due N,N.E. line, may fairly be set down as available for purposes of agriculture or grazing. It appears but reasonable to conclude, if so large a portion of the country is good, in a direct line, that, following the various tracts of approved land, either to the right or left, (which the expedition under our notice had nei- ther the means nor intention of accom- plishing,) a vast extent of country must be open to us. t - ' The Geographical Society of London, we observe, are directing their attention, and sending out their emissaries, to th...

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CIVIL COURT. Perth, Tuesday, November 10th, 1835. Before W. H. Mackie, Esquire, Commissioner. LIBEL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 November 1835

CIVIL COURT. Perth, Tuesday, November 10th, 1835.   Before W. H. Mackie, Esquire, Commissioner. LIBEL CASE. W. N Clark v. C. Macfaull, Editor and Printer of the "Perth Gazette." The full particulars of the evidence in this case appeared in our last ; but owing to the press of other matter, we were prevented from giving the   Commissioner's charge to the Jury. It was to the following effect :—The Commissioner stated to   the Jury the nature and legal definition of libel— that the libellous tendency of the publication, on which the present action was founded, was, as the Act contended, that by imputing to the plaintiff a misappropriation of a client's money, it thereby tended to impress the public with a belief that he was not worthy of trust in his professional capacity. In answer to this charge, the defendant had plead- ed that the matters insinuated or asserted in the publication in question, were true—a defence which the law admitted in civil...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 28 November 1835

COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Perth, November 26, 1835. TENDERS in Triplicate will be received at this Office on Wed- nesday, the 3d of December, from such Person or Persons as may be willing io supply, for the use of His Majesty's Troops, Four Hundred Weight (4 Cwt) oï TALLOW CANDLES. Samples will be required. For further particulars, application to be made at this Office. JOHN LEWIS, Dep. Assist. Commissary General. ABOUT TO LEAVE THE COLONY. MR. JA MRS BROCKMAN hereby gives notice, that he is about to leave the Colony. November 27. L. COLE intends leaving the Colony £ by the ftr^t opportunity, and requests that all Claims against him may be sent in on or before the 30lh Instant, as they will not be liquidated after that date; and all Persons indebted to him are requested to settle their res- pective Accounts forthwith, to prevent legal pro «eedinjrg, Per¿/¿, Nov. "20. XA VESSEL FROM LONDON FOR THIS PORT ANNUALLY. T being the intention of Messrs. F. & C. E. M angles, the Owners of ...

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MIGISTRATE'S COURT—PERTH, 27 INST. Before W. H. Mackie, Esq., and the Hon. P. Brown, Esq., Justices of the Peace. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 28 November 1835

MIGÏSTÏIATE'S COURT-Perth, 27 Inst. Before W. H. Mackie, Esq., and the Hon. P. Brown, Esq., Justices of the Peace. Forged Rupees.-John Wood was charged with having feloniously forged and counterfeited certain foreign silver coins called rupees. Mr. Rogers, storekeeper to Mr. George Leake, deposed-On Wednesday afternoon last a rupee,* the same I now point out, was tendered to me in payment for some goods. I noticed immediately that it was a bad one, and told Willison, who brought it, that I should keep it. Shortly after he left, John Wood came to me and asked me to re- turn the rupee to him, saying that he had taken it from Mr Bull, at the head of the Swan. Joseph Lockyer, shop-boy to Mr. ¡Samson, re- members John Wood tendering a rupee in payment for some goods ; thought at the time the rupee was a bad one, and noticed it to Wood, who said that he had taken it from Mr. Curtis, at Fieman tie, and that he thought it was one of some new rupees which had just come eut. Took the rupee, a...

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POPULAR LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 28 November 1835

POPULAR LIBRARY. A friend has kindly placed in our hands, a »umber of the Cape Advertiser, of 26th August last, which contains a highly interesting account of |he first annual meeting of the friends of the f* Popular Library," held in the Commercial Hall, «jîape Town. The report offers a brief statement of the proceedings during the year, " as a step likely to make the principles by which they are guided generally known ; and in the hope that the signal 'success they have met with, may encourage stivers in similar tituatiom, to establish Popular Libraries on the same plan/' ' Their Resign (the report continues) is to make reading cheap, because the great body of the people in this,, as in. every other country, have little money to spare, after the demands of animal life and social custom are satisfied. They therefore made 4s. 4d. per annum, the J arges t sum which any per- son is required to pay for the use of the books in their collection, and in order to make the payment as easy a...

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CIVIL COURT. Perth, Tuesday, November 24, 1835. Before W. H. MACKIE, Esq., Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 28 November 1835

CIVIL COURT. Iferth, Tuesday, November 24, 1835. Before W. H. Mackie, Esq., Commissioner. Mathew Dixon v. Joseph Harris.-To recover the amount due on a Bill of Exchange for 29 li 2s. 4d., dated the 28th Augu&t, 1832, drawn by Thomas Norrie upon, and accepted by, the defendant, payable four months after date to the order of the drawer and by him endorsed to plain- tiff. The acceptance was admitted. The defendant pleaded that the bill was an ac- commodation bill; that" he (the defend mt) had purchased goods to an amount exceeding a thousand pounds from Mr. Nome, for which a considerable credit was to haye been given, and the payment of which was to have been secured by mortgage-that the plaintiff (whom defendant had never seen, had no connection with, and had never been indebted to) procured Mr. Norrie to request Lhe defendant ö acceptance, for the express purpose of afterwards endorsing the bill over to plaintiff, as a temporary accommodation to the latter-that the defendant ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 28 November 1835

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. | Departure.- On the 26th inst., the Currency Lass, Captain Kind, for Sydney.- Passengers : Mr. A. J. Nicholas, Michael Studsor. John Fine- gan, Charles Green, John Morrell, Andrew Adrian, George Smith. Wm. Devenish, William Smith; wife, and 5 children ; - Burke, and one child; William March, John Cornelius, man of color. Lying in Gage's Roads. - The Hero. Mail open for England via Batavia.

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1835 [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 28 November 1835

THE WESTERN, AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1835 -000 I Mechanics rfmoved prom the Colony,-An intimation has lately been given, by public notice, to all Mechanics desirous of leas ing the Colony offering a passage to Sydney by the Currency Lass for the sum of 25/. per head, to be paid by weekly instalment», Several of our operatives have em- baí ked on theae terms," as will be seen by our Shipping list ; whether for their own benefit, must remain a matter of some speculation-of this we are satisfied it is not muck, to our loss. A close observation of the conduct of the parties during their sojourn with us, enables us to form a tolerably correct opinion of the probability of their rendering their services productive to themselves in their new career, and advantageous > to the community into which they are about to be introduced; but as it» not our province to dive into individual character we part with them heartily desiring that they may not abuse the opinion which ha...

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SUMMARY OF ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 28 November 1835

SUMMARY OF ENGLISH NEtFS. Royal Geooraphical Society, Regent-st. The annual m-eting of this flourishing1 and inte- resting Society was held on Tuesday, R. I. Mur- chison, Esq., F.R.S , Vice-President, in the chair. The Report, read by Captain Maconochie, repre- sented the affairs as in a prosperous condition. His Majesty's annual premium of fifty guineas for the last session, the Council had presented to Lieut. Alexander J3 urnes, for his valuable contribution b to the Society of the report of his travels up the Indus, and across Mount Caucasus, in addition to which he had been elected an Honorary Felow of the Social y without the payment of the wsual fees. Amongst the other subjects of gratification, the Report alluded to the two original expeditions which had been undertaken the last year under the patronage and with the assistance of the Society. The sum of 250/., set apart for this purpose by the Society, as by the Report of the preceding year, they had deemed it desirable to au...

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SPANISH AUXILIARY FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 28 November 1835

SPANISH AUXILIARY FORCE. The First Division of the Spanish auxiliary force left the Island of Dogs in the Royal Tar steamer on Thursday. They consisted of 500 men, under the command of Colonel Chichester, late of the o'Oth regt., and the following officers:-Maj. Kir- by, late 15th Madras Infantry ; Brevet Máj Tracey ; Capts. Mackenzie, Shaw, Harley, Talbot, Cadogan, Kenyon, and Steward; Lieuts. Wallace,' Noble, Montgomery, Scarman, Knight, Chetham, Wil- kinson, Ducie. Nearly all the non-commission- ed officers and many of the privates have served in the British army. Their appearance will not be a disgrace to their country; and we should imagine, from the spirit and enthusiasm which animated the whole body, that their arrival near the scene of operations must have a very beneficial effect upon the Queen's cause, both moral and physically, par- ticularly after the recent affair at Bilboa, when the gallant conduct of a few Englishmen animated the sinking garrison, and saved the town. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 5 December 1835

EX «DAVID OGILBY? Dip and Mould Candles ; Superior Old Cape Madeira, in quarter casks.; Purified Epson* Salts, in feoltlss; Ditto, in gross ; Fine Bermuda Arrowroot ; Soap, in boxes of 401bs each ; Tooth Powders, in boxes; A very powerful Beam and Scales, complete ; A hand- some Mahogany Box Scales ; Dutch Sealing Wax, Verdigris ; Dalby's Carminatives ; A Lithographic Press, or Letter Copying Machine. EX «SEERNE? Cape Wine, in half and quarter casks ; Wheat; Dip Candles ; Raisins; Wal- nuts ; French Brandy, in cases of three dozen each ; Schiedam Gin, in ditto of two ditto ditto ; French Claret, in ditto of one ditto ditto; Ditto Ditto, in ditto of three ditto ditto, (superior); Cham- pagne, in ditto of three ditto ditto ; Ditto, in ditto of 2, 3, and 4-ditto ditto pints ; Mocha Coffee ; Mauritius Sugar ; Liverpool Soap, in boxes 1121bs. each ; London Ditto, ditto 56ibs. ditto; India Prime Mess Pork, in tierces ; One bale Beaverteens ; One ditto Ladies* Stays ; One ditto Muslint>...

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