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COURT OF REQUESTS. Friday, September 22d. BEFORE E. W. LANDOR, ESQ., COMMISSIONER. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 27 September 1843

COURT OF REQUESTS. Friday, /September 22d. BEFORE E. W. LANDOR, ESQ., COMMISSIONBR. We intend to give a brief notice of the cause L. $ W. Samson « Shenton fy Co., which was heard this day, as it has excited a good deal of attention, and involves a point of some interest to the public. The witnesses examined on both sides were numerous. The facts were these: The plaintiffs as auc tioneers, claimed the sum of £2 8s. 4d. from the defendants, being the difference in amount (to gether with some expenses) between the proceeds on the re-sale of certain goods alleged to have been purchased by tke defendants at auction, and subsequently refused by them; in consequence of which, and in accordance with the conditions of sale, the goods were on a future day re-sold. It appeared from the evidence that a case of topes, containing 100 doz. pieces, waft offered by the auctioneer. A small packet containing 4 doz. pieces was handed round to the company as a sample. This packet was entirely wrapped up...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE LETTERS OF MARO On the Cultivation of the Vine; republished from the Sydney "Australian," at the request of the Council of the [?] for Promoting the Cultivation of the Vine. No. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 27 September 1843

THE LETTERS OF MABO On the Cultivation of the Vint ; republished from the Sydney 'Australian? at the request of the Coundiqf th$ Society for Promoting the Cultivation of the Vine. No??. - UAHAOBKEKT 07 VINETABD AFTER PLANTIRfl. TbronghoBt the summer, after planting, the vineyard will require but little attention. The surface of the ground should i-e chipped over once or twice, or oftener, if requisite, to*keep down the weeds j and. early in the autumn it should be carefully turned over with the spade, or, what is preferable, with* two-pronged instrument, of which, as well as of several other useful tools, 1 shall en deavour to send yon a sketch. In districts not subject to late spring frosts, vines may be pruned as soon as the leavts have all withered, and the v wood has ripened ; but in colder situations this operation should be deferred to as late a period as the ascending sap, and the other labours of tbe vineyard, will permit; for it must be borne in mind that (cseteris parlous)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 27 September 1843

THE AUSTRALASIAN, COLONIAL, & GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE AND . ANNUITY COMPANY. * C A PITAL £200,000, IN 2,000 SHARES. 1 ? 1 Directors. Edwurd Barnard, Esq. C E. MangleB, Esq. . H. Buckle, Epq. J. B. Montefiore, Esq. - John Henry Capper, Esq. J. H. Bavenshaw, Esq. Gideon Colqulioun, Esq. Sir Jamea Stirling. r John JSdnyde* Lyall, Esq. William Walker, Esq. Trustees. Edward Uarnurd, Esq. John Henry Capper, Esq. Thomas Richardbon, Esq. Auditois* Sir F. H. Doyle, Esq. C. Richardson, Esq., Cornliill. Solicitors — Messrs. Swain, Stevens, & Co. - Bankers— The Union Bank of London. Physician— -R. D. Thomson, M.D. Secretary— Edward Ryley, Esq. Colonial Banker— The branches of the Buuk of Australasia. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Agent — Samuel Moore, Esq. Medical Adviser— N. H. Sholl, Esq.,jjro tetn. rilHE following advantages are offered by this J_ Association: — The guarantee of an ample subscribed capital. Unusually favourable rates, calculated with re ference to Australasian Investment...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 27 September 1843

FOR LONDON DIRECT, (To sail the latter end of October, or beginning of November), js&£r HHHE fast-sailing barque ' KTa ^fflQ*gk X poleon,' N. Groves, coin ^ffyfflnP» mander. Has very superior accom ^^^^W'» modation for passengers. Has only room fora few tons of wool, &c., the greater part of her cargo being on board. Early applications for freight or passage arc requested, to D. SCOTT. N,B. — Advances made on wool shipped on board, if required. ? SALES BY AUCTION. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, On the 1st of November next, if not previously by private contract, AN ALLOTMENT of LAND in Welling ton-street, in the town of Perth, with a commodious house built thereon. Application for particulars to be made to Richard W. Nash, Esq., Mangonah j or Messrs. Lawrence & Vigors, Perth. Sept. 9, 1843. ? Sale at York. TO BE SOLD~BY AUCTION, BY MESSES. L. & W. SAMSON, At York fair, on the 6th October, 1843, TWO 2-years old colts, and one 3-years old, both well broke in. Pe...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRIEF CHRONICLE OF THE PRINCIPAL EVENTS WHICH HAVE OCCURRED, CONNECTED WITH THE COLONY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA, SINCE THE FIRST SETTLEMENT WITHIN ITS LIMITS IN THE BY GEORGE FLETCHER MOORE, ESQ. SEPTEMBER 1843. 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 27 September 1843

BRIEF CHRONICLE OF THE PRINCIPAL EVENTS WHICH HAVE OCCURRED, CONNECTED WITH THE COLONY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA, SINCE THE FIRST SETTLEMENT WITHIN ITS LIMITS IN THE YEAR 1826. BY GEORGE FLETCHER MOORE, ESQ. SEPTEMBBR 1843. 1826.* In the month of December in this year, the first settlement of any part of the territory now included within the limits of this colony was formed by a party consisting of 52 persons un- der command of Major Lockyer, sent from Syd- ney, and placed at King George's Sound as a dependency of New South Wales. 1827. Captain (now Sir James) Stirling, visited and examined Swan River and the neighbouring coast and country, upon whose report the British Government subsequently determined to found the colony of Western Australia.   1829. Captain Fremantle of H.M.S. Challenger, took formal first possession of the territory of Western Australia in the name of His Most Gracious Majesty King George the Fourth by hoisting the British flag near the entrance of Swan...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 4 October 1843

Sale of Sheep. TO BE SOLiTbY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. L. & W. SAMSON, To follow t/ie sale advertised for the \4th of October, ABOUT 300 sheep, now depasturing .in the Toodyay district, consisting of ewes and lambs, and a few wethers. Penh, Oct. 3, 1843. TIIH creditors of the late Robert Ray, Esq., JL are hereby informed, that a final dividend will be paid upon application to A. HILLiVfAN, i , , ? ., , J. STRINGER; \ ^dmmutraton. Perth, Oct. 3, 1843. STRAYED from Penh, and supposed to have gone over the hills, a buy mare, white hind legs, and collar-marked on the breast. A reward of £2 will be given on her delivery at the office of the Inquirer. rnHE Trustees of the Perth Church thank JL fully acknowledge to have received from Miss Schoales, of Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, through the hands of R. W. Nash, Esq., the cum of £'20 towards the erection of the new Church, Perth. Oct. 2, 1843.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 4 October 1843

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Arrived.— On the 30th ultimo, H. M. S. Fly, Captain Blackwood, from a survey of Torres' Straits. On the 23rd ult., at Leschmault, the Armata, Brown master, from England. — Passengers, Messrs. D. and J. Mackenzie, and Mr. Hicks. Messrs. Habgood agents. Lying in Gage's Roads.— H.M.S. Fly, H.M. colonial schooner Champion, and Napoleon (whaler.) In Owen's Anchorage, Water Witch, and Pacific. In Cockburn Sound, the Eliza buth.

Publication Title: Inquirer
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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the " Inquirer." [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 4 October 1843

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the ' Inquirer.' SfR, — I perused with much interest an article in your journal some numbers back, in which it was suggested that barilla obtained from man groves said to grow along the shores of the Leschenfiult estuary, might be sported ad ran - tageously. It being doubtful whether this could be obtained in any quantity sufficient to recom pence the manufacturer, I beg to suggest what appears to me a still morn feasible article for ex portation, of precisely the same nature, and used for the same purposes. I allude to the common potash and pearlasli of commerce. That it is prepared from wood ashes, all persons of com mon information are aware, but comparatively few, perhaps, of the facility and rapidity witli which it may be procured. To this I can alone attribute the fact that no attempts, at least that have come to my know ledge, have yet been made to obtain it in this colony, where its preparation could net fail to be attended with great success...

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To the Editor of the Inquirer. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 4 October 1843

To the Editor oj the Inquirer. Sin.— Will anything rouse the merchants and monied people of this place to try the value of [ the Jftrrab or colonial mahogany, even in a small quantity ? Not to send it though, as they have done, to compete with other woods as a furniture article, but to be submitted to trial in docks, pub lic and private wharveB, as a timber which the tea-worm will not touch. Look at the prices obtained in Liverpool for. the Demerara green I heart, as detailed by Mr. Hartley, C.E., in the proceedings of the Institute of Civil Engineers, *' JS'ov. 1842 (vide Mechanics' Magazine for 1842, Nov., p. 505,) — seven shillings per cubic ioot ! ! that is, £14 for load of 40 feet, or £17 10s. for ton of 50 feet. Will that pay freight, Messrs. F. M. & Co. ? will that do for dunnage of wood and dead weight too, gentlemen ? Will you renttire fen tons of it as a present to a dock com pany, in order at a future time to ship thousands oftonsinyour freight-seeking ships? I da...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 4 October 1843

FOB. LONDON DIRECT, (To sail the latter end of October, or beginning of November)r jjd&Br fl^HE fast-sailing barque ' Na« UBLflSE^, JL poleon,' N. Groves, com JhCuS^ mander. Has very superior accom *^^^^*'rmodation for passengers. Has only room for a few tons of wool, &c, the greater pare of her cargo being on board. Early applications for freight or passage are requested, to ':? D. SCOTT. N.B. — Advances made on wool shipped on board, if required. ,? a SALES BY AUCTION, Sale of Sheep, Cattle, and Horses, at York Fair, (Unless previously disposed of by private con tract.) TO BE SOLD~BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. t. & W. SAMSON, On the day of the York Fair, A Number of Wethers, Ewes, Cows, Steers, and Horses. These will be offered at very reduced prices, and approved bills taken at six months' date from purchasers to the amount of £5Q and upwards. Perth, Oct. 2, 1843. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. L. & W. SAMSON, At their rooms, Perth, on Wednesday, the 1...

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Extract from a Meteorological Journal kept in the office of the Hon. the Surveyor-Generals Perth. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 4 October 1843

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Extract from a Meteor oloyiculJ our nal kept in the office of the Hon. the Surveyor-Generals Perth, Vttic 'ilitrnii i)«r. Wind! Weather ft Heuutrk* IH4S Sept. ?J7 10 A H oi 98.18 W Moderate— cloudy. 4 PM 58 15 W Strong bri.—cloody. 9t 10 A M 66 SQ.iQ B\Y Froih bri , cloudy. 4 P 11 u at BW Moderate and fine. 80 10 A 11 6* 88 tiU Nttrly calm— cldy. 4PM ei «S NW Light wind-clear. St 10 AM m SO iW Uod.brt.flnt Oot. 1 IF M e8 87 6W Mod.-fine-cleta. *PM 64 M SW Wght-flne. 3 W AM m ,a Nly Moderate brz, fine. * p M 05 10 NNW Mod. passing clouds 9 I 10 A M 60 QB KW jfiwii bn;.--iquMly

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 4 October 1843

6 sir sax. if, AT THE STORKS OF FREDERICK MAN GLES & CO., PRIME York hams, pine and loaf cheese, currants Bottled fruits, figs, onchovies Pickles, capers, salad oil Vinegar, 6Oup and bouilli Snuffs Scented soap, yellow soap Eau (He cologne Hats, macintoshes, ? ponge Merinos, silks Duck frocks and trousers, jackets, shirts, half hose, wai&tcoats Clocks, chests drawers, Pembroke tables, floor-cloth Patent padlocks, guns Decanters, corks Washing tubs, tiles Brooms and brushes, paint brushes Saucepans, tea kettles, spectacle?, German silver spoons, fork?, nutcrackers, &c Sail needles and twine Stone salting pans, Hampshire pans, bread pans with covers, baking dishes, Sunderland pans, plates and dishes, soup tureens, &c. Stationery, a variety of books, &c. Perth, Sept. 20, 1843. York 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 Meeti...

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THE INQUIRER. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 4 October 1843

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1843. The ©nly arrival since our last has been of H.M.8. Flyf under the command of Captain Blackwood. The Fly brings no news from any port, having been constantly at sea since Nevero ber last, with exception of a short sojourn at Timor on her way down. The arrival of the Fly will carse some little bustle among our usually quiet community. We are given to understand that supplies of ail sorts are wanted, and that stores will be laid in to the amount of £1,200 or £1,500, of which we con clude by far the greater part will be drawn from the Commissariat. In one way, however, the arrival will be to the general benefit of the farmers and producers, in the large increased de mand for fresh provisions. The contract for the supply of fresh meat to the ship while in harbour has been taken at Fremautle at 7^1. per 1b. The Fly's consort, the Bramble cutter, is also expected daily. Both vessels will probably re main here about a month. Our last No. but one contained an arti...

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To the Editor of the " Inquirer." [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 4 October 1843

I To the Editor of the ' Inquirer' I Sir, — Permit me, through your columns, to I point out to my fellow colonists in general, and I tka Trusteif of the Roads and Bridg es in parli [ cular, the very great loss sustained I»y us nil | from want of a person who should be ab'e to design and superintend public works, and be re sponsible for them. By ' public' works I mean those for which rve pay out of eur own pockets, in contradistinc tion to the Government works, for the superin tendence of which an officer is already appointed If I am not grossly misinformed, this officer charges and receives a per-cenrage on works not being those paid for by the Government; but there is no responsibility incurred, beyond seeing that the plan proposed is properly executed. Every quarter shows us more fully the necessity of having a properly educated man to plan and lay out roads, bridges, and ail the various works which come under the head of engineering ; and be responsible that the plan submitted is...

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Imports per " Armata" [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 4 October 1843

Imports per "Armata"   30 cases, 10 bales, 6 packages merchandize, 80 barrels oats, 1 crate earthenware, 1 cask glass, 20 hhds. and 32 casks pale ale, 6 casks stout, Messrs. Habgood ; 1 case, R. Anderson ; 1 case, Mrs. Pace; 1 box, J. Smithies ; 2 cases, 2 boxes, W. P. Clifton ; 13 cases hardware, 9 kegs, 1 tierce, 40 qr. pipes wine, 15 bags almonds, 15 do. walnuts, 70 boxes raisins, 20 do. apricots, 10 Jo. peaches, Clifton & Stirling; 3 bales, G. Leake; medicines and surgical instruments, Local Government ; 1 forge, 1 anvil, 1 case books, Rev. J. VVollastonj 3 firkins butter, 2 cases cheese, 1 chest tea, 1 cask sugar, 1 bag * rice, 7 hams, 1 case pipes, 1 case soap, Alfred Bearle ; 1 box, G. S. York ; 1 case, Greensil ; 2 cases, Rev. W. Mitchell ; 20 packages mer chandize, 1 timber whim, 10 bars and 8 bundles iron, F. Humphry; 1 package, 1 thrashing machine, E. Landor ; 2 barrels, 1 tierce, G. & J. Smith ; 40 packages sundries, D. & J. Mac kenzi...

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 11 October 1843

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Uu v riitrni , (in r . '? *? nV3 . \y ratbfar .fc Kcmarii inns. (; i ? 4 ' ! 10 A X! 60 ; 40 SSE LigAf wind'-cloudy I ; ' ' ; 4PM 5!» ? 38 S\V I'rctli bob bre.— fine. ' ! '' ' ' '? :'-' t ' ??,'?? 6 j id A M | ' i6 , . ' 3i ,. ealm Clear. ! * P M ' 03 30.26 ' SW Mod. weather, clear. I ??' ' I ? ? ? ? T ; 10 A JU j _ 62 . j IS , '. W _ Freiih bn. cloudy 1 * V M r. 58 ! ,fS J. S.W 8(ually— rait;. I i 1 l'JU £8 I-'- it i S-'-' Curing ri«6i-t ilrong ; ? ? t i B 10 A M I i(j j Ifi : North!}- Light wind— cloudy ;(PH I tl j 00 j-Nby\V MsdcraU-dd- . !? ? ! I . i» it A to I 57 ! 20.88 SW Equally— showi-ry. ; i | ???? ; ? i ; I ? .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 11 October 1843

SoffcB TO CO RUBS PON IMS NTS. The letter of ' Verar' has already appeared in the Perth Gazette. ' Steel,' in reply to ' flint' sfuill appear next week. Between the two ioe utay, manage to rub out a spark. We are much obliged to *l Tiiart ;' his communication is not forgotlmu ? ' Censor's' critique on the new Mtighzine is not written in the proper spirit. In the present line state of liter ature in tl& colony i it is our duty Mt to offer discou ragement to any literary efforts hotcevet humble »? and although we may think, ipith Censor, that the 'new publication is not of any very high order of facrit, yet it vmy still be useful to 'gome, arid so long at itt con ductors act up to the principles laid down in their pre fatory remarks; it cannot be ' offensive' to any one. Oar own notice of it hns been deferred until we see some thing more of the opinions and intentions of the con , huctots, of which it would be hardly fair tojndgefrom a first No. We agree entirely icith Censor ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 11 October 1843

Marine i-Xoiel, Mtinclurah Ferry. ft^O lie Itt with immediate possession, . the X above wcll-sifiuifed premises, comprising a iiilisfcmtially-huilf messuage, coiriairiing parlour, kilcheii, ami 3 btd-Tooms, larg« jStprie, aivd h table, wHi e.\cclle.it giirden ground, &c. The house commands the ferfy over Peel'ff Inlit on the rottd l.o Airstralhid; ami the ftf-esent is an- excel- lent opportrtwiiy for a pprdon desirous of com-; mrnV-iYAf lAifftWM ag an hold-keeper to* establish* hiuisL'lf wkh advantage- A whale-boat, now used as thfc ferry-boat, will behold to t^e tenant if desired. PhtI ol the first Vear'sfent niay-'be expended in improvements. Apply to Mr: E. W:lan«Jor,-Soiicitor/Pefthr f 1 xnKi'UiiuniUOn M' (\\v Perth' 'NiifiVe'-SchfHJl !«?(» to I m-knowlertgi! to liuvc uccivcfl (rum Mies ScIiohIch, of 'Frrzwilltiirii gqtMivj Dubliii/t1ir-iii|tlillie WrtdtfarK.* \V. Nimlt, -Esq., the mini of £3 to be-uppropriftfd to flic ui-*- of the lVrili Native School. . ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 11 October 1843

ii n m i mi iniiBwiw i inn ?-? q-at'#& lav i'ltirWMikr' ???'?''' '??;;;.??; \.' ? ! A^^«.;; ;, ';;? :v ?;'?;' / , : : MADMICOTON PARK. ? ? - B* MESSRS. i. AW. SAMSON, On Tuesday the £Bth November next, at one o'clock prccisely^unlesis previously disposed of by pnwatetale^ ? . ., .: . on the Cihiiihg KiWr. Thifc proterty com f prfecJs £,$£(- acres of rich land, fequWly adapted feitbei- foy fiiHcultuml or ptu^ralpurpoW. Ota this estele beiWeeh 500 tiod 600 sl-^p tatobeeb depastured for the lakt ten years, and ftw flocks in the colony have thriven so #ell. ' ' The nousfe haB b6en coriSthicted to afford ^veiV commence a* ft family WitiGnce, with undetgroiiltf teliar*. ' It ii bniltof WdnBtod The icond floor commands an extensive Writ of the boundaries of this tetate, tn0 wiping* of the riv^r, with thft Bali^ Bani« -«i the^wtance. !J^;ar^a|j^ Tlhb^tV..j^te9ent, jb^^^^.^l^^^/^plIld.'^t»i|Hey Will dajffj?|^ : ,-JL,, Jfatab^of We^cr*, Ewefr,Cpiw# .8^: rfcdncedfi r^ flfnd approve4Wb ...

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THE INQUIRER. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 11 October 1843

, W R.D1JT KSP^V Y, QCTOBE R 1 1., 1 843 , . We here continue our ia^t Peek's remarks on the difficulties arising from' a: email population, and on the advanta^uM, to all classes alike, oi' regular and extensive immigralwni ~ Jt may not af first havooccuixed to niany of lrttt*M ,11/iiwluitd «^«s^#- -4*' «*? n^tf HAllir n«n«tA i\ l His* 1 1 Ifr 'rif\e\ Expensive to live in a small colony tliati. in a large one; 'yet such :i» certainly the factr espe- cially wlieie that «tnal I . colony as sj)iead oyecs -u! large territory. We shall not of course attempt to adduce all, t»t even ihe majorityvof the wwys in viiich thisevil opeiiates here; bwith ortler^o^x . plain our meaning! tind toilet o'^r: readers ihiuk' ing, we may name a few of thcmV--* .!?..'??- ; In the firet plaee-,ti]e whole --nuiclnnery- of Government woiilH ab'e&iily iaSt^ovei^ five' iij|e8 the population ; afill' thwk'f'ore a -vc4y- large pro-! portion of our. taxes would not require to be increased in total amount,...

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