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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 19 October 1866

fOJXND trespassing on the Lower Coulstqn Swain Bridge, on the 1st instant, one black horse, aged, about 15 hands high, branded like ¿C on the off shoulder, and something like f on ribs nçar side, with a. piece cut Gut of the ear, on pear. si¡de, a small white strip over the right nostril. If not claimed within the time appointed will be sold according to law to pay expenses. JOSEPH CLEAEY, *l Swan Bridge. ^October 8th, 1866. [9s. 6d. f*\ OT in from off my run on the 18th \X September last, one brown mare, star in forehead, about 5 years old, 13 hands high, no mark or brand visible. If not claimed within the time allowed by Law will be sold to pay expenses. MICHAEL QUINN, JTTN., Glenfield, Williams River. October 1,1866. [7s. 6d. á£S REWARD. S TE A TED from Gingin, about l8 months ago, a chesnut horse, with a white streak down the face, branded EH on near shoulder, aged 3 years. Any person delivering the same to me will re- ceive the above reward. SAMUEL JONES. Gingin, September 29, ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 19 October 1866

MISCELLANEOUS. ». The Atlantic Telegraph does not prove such a lively acquisition to the public as was antici- pated. We thought there would be a daily supply of the essence of American vitality, rich with event and humour ; but the merest drivel comes up from the water. We are not particu- larly pleased with the proceedings of the United States House of Bepresentatives ; but what they propose is seldom finally done ; therefore it is not with any dread^ that we regard the proposal to let Fenians fit out vessels for pirates and the invasion of Ireland without a question of the pourquoi being put to them. This is a little game of dishonesty and bad faith towards all "nations, not to England alone, which would soon come to an end, for it is use- less to say that it is a retaliation for our want of vivacity and alertness in the cases of the Ala- bama and other cruisers which evaded the law. The retaliation is childish, petulant, unbecoming a senate that works from high priciples and at ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 19 October 1866

HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S EXHIBITION. This Exhibition took place on Wednes- day last in the Colonial Boys' ' School, and, to the great surprise and pleasure of all interested was, so far as the articles exhibited were concerned one of the best that has yet been held in the colony. To simply say the vegetables were very fine, * would but poorly describe the exhibit -they were magnificent not only in size but also in quality-l.irge but not coarse, and we can only regret that we had not. a harbor full of ships and our hotels full of visitors, that strangers as well as colo- - niais could have seen what the\ji despised sands and reclaimed swamps ~* of Western Australia are capable <~~ of producing ; for, were we to attempt to give the dimensions of the vegetables coupled with a description of the soil in which they were grown, our extra-colonial..^, readers would at once set us down as ^ romancing. The total number of exhi- " bits was 119, far greater than was anti- cipated, no...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 19 October 1866

Military Hpöpital \at the ¿Pensioner Barracks. TENDERS, in duplicate, will be re- ceived at the Commissariat Office, Per% until NOON on THURSDAY, the 25tK~INSTANT, for the following ser- vices: The CARPENTERS', JOINERS', and IRONMONGERS' Work required in erecting the Military Hospital, the contractor to find all the materials required : tenders to state the price for the WHOLE SERVICE. The BRICKLAYERS' Work: the price per rod to be stated. The work to be commenced when re- quired by the Clerk of the Works. The Contractorto produce two approved sureties to be bound in a penalty of one fourth of the amount of his contract. 'The Clerk of the Works to be applied to for all necessary information and exhi- bition of specifications. J. W. BOVELL, Deputy Commissary General. Commissariat, Perth, 11th Oct., 1866. MS. R. G. IEAEES WILL Sell by Public Auction at the York Fair, opposite the Castle Hotel : ABOUT 100 Horses, between 30 and 40 head of Mixed Cattle, and sundry lots of Sheep.' ALSO, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 19 October 1866

First Wool Ship for London Direct. THE clipper barque PALE STINK Al, 427 tons register, W. _JOHNSON, Commander, having he greater portion of her cargo engaged, will sail from Champion Bay for the .above-named Port on the 24th October,: in' order to be in time for the February Wool Sales. The vessel has superior (accommodation for Passengers, ^-jjjpor Freight or Passage apply to " GEO. SHENTON & Co., Agents, Champion Bay. THE splendid new clipper ship "CORONA," ^A 1,15 years, 1199 tons, shortly _,expected with convicts from Eng "will, on arrival, be open for freight or charter, and offers a desirable opportu- nity to shippers of horses or goods to India wishing for great dispatch. Apply to W. S. CROUDACE, On board the vessel. For London Direct. THE clipper barque ZEPHYR, >A 1, 409 tons, register, E. EL _JLIOTT, Commander. Has good accommodation for passengers. For freight or passage apply to J. G..C. CARR, Perth. FRANCISCO BROS., Fremantle. For Champion Bay. THE clipper ba...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 October 1866

Holloway's Pills.-Bilious Affection.-In this country nothing is more common, and few ail« ments more distressing, than the class of diseases dependant on disordered liver. The sensation of nausea, headache, listlessness, and loss of appetite, will at once be recognised as the symptoms of liver affection, which can only be relieved by regulating the action of that organ. Holloway's Fills exercise over the binary secretion, a healthful influence known and appreciated throughout Great Britain %nd her colonies. These Puls cure after everything else fails. Sufferers for years from bilious, ness, sick-headache, and liver complaints have been thoroughly restored hy these Fills to sound health and a good digestion, who previ« " ously had no, enjoyment in hie.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 October 1866

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19,1866. THE Council was occupied for some hours in discussing in Committee the remain- ing Clauses of the Scab Bill, which we append as amended. At the conclusion His Excellency in accordance with his pledge intimated his intention of sub- mitting the Amended Bill for the accept- ance of the sheep-owners, Should it be accepted the reduction of the duty on sheep-tobacco will take effect on the 1st January next. 21. Every owner may examine any travelling sheep which may be driven through, over, or be found upon, any part of the Lands occupied by him ; and if such sheep or any of them, shall upon examination be found to be infected with the said disease, then if the owner of such travelling sheep shall not forthwith destroy all such sheep actually diseased with scab, and drive the remainder back to the run from which they were first diiven along the same track by which they came, in such case the owner of such land may detain and keep in possession...

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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 26, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 October 1866

ïortïr ëKiziU W.%. Bim«, " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-SJufatpeare. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1866. SUCH of our readers as may happen (from its limited circulation) to see the Inquirer of Wednesday last, will find a large por- tion of its Mail Summary, nearly a column of small type, devoted to an inane tissue of falsehoods, respecting what we have at various times written of the Governor's sayings and doings in his position in this colony as the Administrator of its Govern- ment, and as to our motives in writing as we have done. We are first charged with having " slan- dered" the Governor. If slander consists in telling the truth, and setting forth in type notorious facts as to His Excellency's doings, then we are guilty of the charge brought against us ; but we defy His Ex- cellency, or the writer in the Inquirer, to disprove any single accusation we have ever brought against him ; we have spoken of him only in his cap...

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DIALOGUE BETWEEN NORTHAM AND HER SISTER DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 October 1866

DIALOGUE BETWEEN NORTHAM AND HEB SISTER DISTRICT. Dear Sister,-Let us for a few moments rea- son together and Bee if we can find out the cause of your railing against me. I should have thought after being so many years sup- ported by myself and Sister Victoria, that you would have treated us with more respect than indulging in such slander as appeared in last week's "Gazette." "So I should, Sister Northam, had you kept your proper position, but there is something so American, so go ahead about you, there is no keeping pace with you latterly. " Well, Sister, surely you do not think it is the right way to rise, or keep your own position at my expense. If so I think it very probable our Sister Victoria will also ere long throw off the yoke and begin to think and act for her- self. " Quite absurd, Sister, what could she do P she, like yourself, has no Magistrate, no mem- ber of the Council to bring your district into notice, or have any weight with the Govern- ment. " True, Sister, true...

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Mining Reports. Fortune Copper Mining Company, Limited, Champion Bay, W.A., 29th September, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 October 1866

Mining Reports. Fortune Copper Mining Company, Limited, Champion Bay, W.A., 22th September, 1866. SIRi-In forwarding you my monthly report, I beg to call your attention to the following points of operation :-? WILLIAM FREDERICK ENGINE SHAFT.-50 N.E. End.-Driving by 4 men, lode 3 feet wide, composed of spar, lime, with a little lead throughout the same, having a very kind ap- pearance with good ground for exploring. 40 S.W. End.-Driving by 2 men, lode 3 feet wide, producing a little lead ore. We are expecting to communicate, daily to the 3 winze ; the ground at this point has been very spary for working throughout the past month. No. 2 Slopes back 30 N.E.-Working by 2 men, at ¿64 5s. per fathom, lode 3 feet wide, producing 2 tons lead ore per fathom. SAMSON'S WHTM SHAFT.-40 Winze S.W. Sinking by 6 men, at ¿69 10s. per fathom, lode 4 feet wide, producing stones of lead, but nothing to value. We expect to communicate this point of operation to the 50 about the end of November, provided...

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GUILDFORD. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 October 1866

GUILDFORD. (From a Correspondent.) On the 19th inst., a frightful accident hap- pened to Miss Hamersley in front of the Liver- pool Arms. The horse on which that elegant horse-woman was mounted, being unable to un- seat her fell back heavily, burying the young lady in a foot of mud ; but for which and the horn of the side-saddle nothing could have saved her alive. Prompt assistance however rescued her from the perilous situation, in .which the horse, unconscious of its heavy weight, prevented self-help in any way. Divest- ing herself of Neptune's garb, to the honor of Mrs. Connolly, she was immediately conveyed home not seriously hurt. We have had stormy weather, and the high winds have done sad work among the vines. Though there is a tremendous crop of grapes in prospect I fear the blight is re-appearing. Among the fruit-trees, the orange is beyond anything in memory for quantity of fruit this year. I see by the Inquirer of last week that a civil war is waging between its Guildford...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 October 1866

THE splendid new clipper ship "CORONA," A 1,15 years, 1199 tons, shortly _expected with convicts from Eng land, will, on "arrival, be open for freight or. charter, and offers a desirable opportu- nity to shippers of horses or goods to 'a wishing for great dispatch. Apply to W. S. CROUDACE, On board the vessel. For London Direct. THE clipper barque ZEPHYR, >A 1, 409 tons register, E. EL _,LIOTT, Commander. Has good accommodation for passengers. For freight or passage apply to J. G. C. CARR, Perth. FRANCISCO BROS., Fremantle. .For Champion Bay. ^ffgmHE clipper barque äääÄ-L "ZEPHYR" will sail for the above Port within three weeks from this date. For freight or pas- sage apply to J. a. C. CARR, Perth, FRANCISCO BROS., Fremantle. Perth, October 9th, 1866. for Melbourne. THE Schooner GEM, ^shortly expected from Singapore, _pwill have quick dispatch on ar- rival, tor the above, port. For freight or passage apply to T. & H. CARTER & CO. fremantle, Sept. 14,1866. For adel...

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Meteorological Register from the 24th Sept., to the 24th Oct. 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 October 1866

Meteorological Register from the 24th Sept., to the 24th Oct. 1866. BAEOMETEE. Inches Maximum height . 30*270 Minimum height . 29-650 Mean height . 30 047 . -620 THERMOMETER (in the shade.) Maximum Temperature at 7 a.m. ... 68*00 " at noon. 80 00 " at43Jp.m.... 7100 Minimum Temperature at 7 a tu. ... 54*00 " at noon ... 60 50 " at 4 30 pm ... 5900 Mean Temperature at 7 a m. 59*33 " at noon . 66*86 at 4 30 pm. ... 63 30 Mean daily temperature of the month 63 16 Minimum Temperature at night 45 50 Approximate mean day and night temp. 61*55 Minimum temp, on the grass at night 36*00 HYGROMETER (dry and wet bulb thermometers.) Maximum Temp, of dew-point at 7 a.m. 60*80 " " at noon 61*00 " " at 4-30 p.m. 64*40 Minimum Temp, of dew-point at 7 a.m. 45*70 " " at noon. 51*60 " " at 4.30 p.m. 53*30 Mean Temperature of dew-point at 7 sum. 53*65 " " at noon 56*47 " " at 4*30 65-82 HUMIDITY. Maximum degree of humidity during themonth (complete saturation being equal to 1*000) . *967 Minimum do. do...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 October 1866

Jsdwntfi ïtttélligm*. ARRIVALS. October 19.-Thomas Brown, 278 tons, Cap- tain G. M Jackson, from Melbourne, in ballast. 23.-Arabian, 24 tons, Lakey, master, from Vasse and Bunbury. Passengers-Warder Murray, wife and family, (3), 6 prisoners. Cargo-154 railway posts, 14 bags, potatoes, 8 kegs butter, I bale leather,-! hhd. meat, 2 cases eggs and 1 pkg. bacon. 24.-Wild Wave, 28 tons. Pettit, master, from Vasse and Bunbury. Cargo-52 bags potatoes, 41 casks and kegs butter, and sun- dries. 25.-Brothers, 17 tons, "Wenn, master, from Bunbury. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert. Cargo-I hhd. beef, 184 bags potatoes, 21 casks butter, 1 bale leather, and sundries. DEPARTURES. October 22.-Flying Foam, 35 tons, Cobb, master, for Champion Bay. Passengers-Rev. Thornhill and family, Captain Penberthy, and Daniel Kirby. Cargo-7,000 feet timber, 15,000 shingles, 2 bags sugar, 2 qr-casks colonial wine, 10 bage coals, 4 chests tea, 10 casks beer, 28 bags flour, 10 bags salt, 10 boxes soap, and sundries....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 October 1866

"EVOTJETD trespassing on the Lower ' JD VppuïàtpiïaOwan. Bridge, on the 1st in#£a¡nt, P*ae black horse, aged, about 15 hañd«?hhjh, branded like . QG on the off shoulder, and something like f on ribs neat "side, with a piece cut cut of the ear, " on near side, a small white strip over the right nostril. If not claimed within the time appointed will be sold according to law to pay expenses. JOSEPH CLEARY, * . Swan Bridge. October 8th, 1866. [9s. 6d. rjôT m from off my run on the 18th \3T September latfv one brown mare, star, in forehead, about 5 years old, 13 hands high, no mark or brand visible. If4 not claimed within the time allowed by Law will be sold'to pay expenses. MICHAEL QUINN, JTTN., Glenfield, Williams River. October 1,1866. [7s. 6d. <£ 2 RE WA RD. STRAYED from Gingin, about l8 months ago, à chesnut horse, with a w^ite streak down the face, branded RH on near shoulder, aged 3 years. Any person delivering the same to me will re- ceive the above reward. SAMUEL JONE...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 October 1866

MARRIAGE. HASTINGS-WELLS.-On the 9th August last, at St, George's Church, Camden-hill, Ken- sington, by the Rev. Giffard Wells, Uncle of the Bride, assisted by the. Rev. R. Allen, HUGH HASTINGS, ESQ., M.D., to DIANA GIFFARD WELLS, fifth daughter of the late RICHARD WELLS, Esq., Perth, Western Australia, and niece of JONAH SMITH WELLS, ESQ., Holland park, Notting-hill, London.

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BEVERLEY. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 October 1866

BEVERLEY. (From our own Correspondent.) We, (King Jamie's "We" always sounds well) having been honored with a flying visit the man of many Buttons, deem we stand a considerable heel higher in our own estimation, if not in that of the public, who know little about ns for want of a refresher now and again in your plucky journal. We have a great deal of time to think, as our worthy Bishop re- marked, but'we cannot keep our thoughts al- ways smouldering. We ask you Mr. Editor to give them vent. We have been thinking whe- ther it occurred to His Excellency on visiting our two really useful and substantial Bridges, that he should lay out another pound in coal tar, or other conservative mixture, to preserve them from the effects of our long summer heat. We have been thinking what the Jurymen think who tried Wylie ; whether the colored bottles in Mr. Birch's shop window reminds them of any- thing or not. We have two Bridges and two Churches, but only one School and one Clergyman. Where York...

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Summary for the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 October 1866

Summary for the Mail. WE had a pleasant surprise this month in the arrival of the European August Mail on the 9th, three days before due. The mail service has now for some months past been performed with regu- larity, quite a contrast with what had been previously the case, when we had become accustomed to a delay of from three to ten days. The Legislative Council has had two sittings during the month, for the con- sideration of the Report of the Com- mittee appointed to consider the sug- gestions of the stock-owners on the Bill introduced on that much vexed question -the suppression of the Scab disease in sheep. The Committee's Eeport included a new Bill drawn up so as to meet as far as possible the views of the majority of the flock masters, a matter of no little difficulty when it is considered that most of the papers sent in comprised views totally opposing each other, and that to many of those opposite ideas the names of the same individuals were appended. This Bill of the Comm...

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SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. [Before His Honor Chief Justice Burt.] MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 October 1866

SUPREME COURT-CRIMINAL SIDE. [Before His Honor Chief Justice Burt.] MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1866. Robert Morrison, a convict, charged with a fe- lonious assault on Edmund Greene, with intent &c. There were two counts in the indictment. On being asked to plead the prisoner entered into a long rambling statement, to the effect that he was a persecuted soldier, who had been originally transported for using threatening language to his sergeant. His Honor directed a plea of Not Guilty to be entered. On calling the Jury Mr. L. S. Leake, whose name was called, inquired of His Honor whether as a Magistrate he could be called upon to serve on Petty Juries. His Honor said that according to the last Ordinance on the subject all persons whose names appeared on the Special Jury List were liable to serve on Petty Juries ; that he would at another time look into the subject ; but his opinion was that Mr. Leake should be exempt. The Jury was then sworn, and Mr. Leake named foreman. The Attorney...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 October 1866

torapittoiu*. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette % W. A. Times. DEAR.SIR,-As a settler in the Williams River district for upwards of seven years, I think it will be allowed that I ought to have some interest in its progress. To you, as the medium of communication on all matters re- lating to the progress of the colony, I beg to offer a few observations. Why is it that the Williams district is at the same time the most neglected and unprotected district in the colony ? neglected, inasmuch as we have no Clergyman, Doctori, or even a Post office ; and unprotected, as we cannot find a Magistrate or even a Police Constable to pro- tect us within a circuit of twenty-five miles. Why is this ; is it because the settlers have been so lukewarm that they would not trouble themselves to bring these matters under the consideration of the Government, or is it that the Government will not listen to any such re- presentations ? Why are we debarred from what every Briton considers his right-that is ...

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