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APPENDIX. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 11 October 1843

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Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 11 October 1843

- ' -- OM SALS, ' ?' ' AT THE STORES OF FREDERICK MAN. GLES &CO., ' PRIME York bams, pint and loif cbsese, currants * ' Bottled fruits, fig», snefaoviet Ptckleaj capers, pajad oil Vinecju-, soup and touilK Snuffi Scented foap, yellow io»p Eau ie colo^it ' : ' Hats, ioacinioahM, rpongt Meriooi , silks Buck frocks and trousers, jackets, shifts, half Boee, waifctcoati : ? ?'?'-' ? : ? / Clock* J chesto drawers, Pembroke tallies, floor-cloth ... . . ? Patent padlocks, guns Decanters,, corks : Washing tubs, files BrootaB and brushw. paint brushes Saucepane, tea 'kettles,' ' spectatles, German silver spoons, forks, nu|Lcracker«, &c. ' Sail needles, and twine '-:' Stone eaWrtg pans;' flampshirft pans, bread pans with covers, baking dishes, Sundeiiaud pans, plates and dishes, soup tureens, &c. ' Stationery, ^ variety of books, &c. Perth, feept. 20, 184!3; Wanted^ A Respectable female Bervant at cook and housemaid in a small family. Apply to M«. R. M^ Browne F...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 11 October 1843

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.       ARRIVED.— On the 9th instant, H.M. cutter Bramble,   Lieut. Yule, commander, from a survey of Torres' Straits. SAILED.— On the 8th Instant, the Water Witch, Talbot   mastcr, for Adelaide. Lying in Gage's Roads.— II. M.S. .Fly, H.M.C. Bramble, and the Napoleon. In Cockburn Sound, the Elizabeth. ---------- Mails arc being made up for England. The Champion is expcted to sail for Bombay about the 15th instant. The Fly will leave for Hobart Town about the end of the month.                  

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF BIRTHS, MARRIAGE, AND DEATHS. General Register Office, Perth, September 30, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 11 October 1843

. §E-50nd AtfNfc'Aj MPqfX OV fclllTHS, M ARRf AGES, Atfp DEATHS. September M, 1848. f '?. - , Sift,-— I hate the.hontftf ta' ft?rwafa for (he ftfformation pi' His Exbelleric^ t|ie Go'Tfii-hbr/the frpcond annual report df Births, 'Marriages, and Deaths Jtt Western AusfruliV purstiam to the provisions'' of 'the General ltegUtratioti !AcC , I feel e^treftiie. sa«6fiibtiofnnin repo'ftmg the signalsacceAi tt'hh-h has attended the' registration lurouguout tne colony curing rus second year, and that ttlaiiy of the difficuliicfi' 6on'ee^iiem 'oil the establishment of'aireiiJfreUn&xV'sygterh', are 6pcedily givhig^plaee to aHfeifwi^t working of the General Registration. J ,''' The deficiency in the registration of Urihs during the first 'year was 'dtidouttedly cbrfsider able, but not greater thatf was to b^kniiefpfited on a first trial, especially ^hen '.ihe1 new system it&S counteracted by novelty and imsapprehen eion ; and it couid fiai'dfy have been1 expefcted- that any seh...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 October 1843

On bt^Ming lease. FOUR ALLOTMENTS in the town of Guildford, forming a square, mid adjoining the m.'\v road i'vom Peril), to be let on building h.-ascs upon most advantageous terms. Apply to Mr. E. W. Landor,- Solicitor, Penh. MRS. LYTTLBTON~~ BEGS to inform her creditors that she has at length succeeded in disposing of her pro perty, and hopes to be aide to pay immediately 10s. in the pound to all just claimants, whilst she means to devote the remainder of her days to continued exertions for the discharge of the remaining portion. Her several creditors are requested to forward forthwith the amount of their claims to Mr. E. W. Lander, Solicitor, Perth, who is empowered to declare d dividend* upon the assets. MR. B. Wood Roberts hereby gives notice, that he is about to leave the colony. NOTICE. I Hereby caution all persons against grazing cattle or sheep upon my grant on the Upper Swan, as all persons found so trespassing after this notice will be prosecuted with the utmost rigour of ...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 October 1843

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Date Therm 4 jjar. Wind. Weather & Remarks 1848 Oct. U 10 AM 63 80.01 SSE Light wind -clear 4 PM 55 04 SW Freth «ea brz.— fine 12 10 A M 54 / 14 calm Squally— rain. 4 P M 57 10 SW Mod. weather, clear. 13 10 A M 00 22 W Fresh brz. elbudy 4PM 63 25 SW Clear. 14 .10 A M 60 33 SW During night strong gale. 15 10 A M 55 SO Nor till y Light wind— cloudy 4 r M ci) 38 Nby W M«derate-cld: . 10 10 A 11 G3 34 SW Squally-showery. 4PM 64 30 W Light wind cloudy. 17 10 AM 00 18 NNW f Fresh bw.oloudy.

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 October 1843

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Ariiived. — On the 17th inst., the John Pirie, from the Mauritius* Passenger, Mr. J. Bridges. Ctirgo, flour, sugar, rice, rum, &c. Lying in Gage's Roads.— H. M.S. Fly, the Napoleon, Armatu, and H.M. colonial schooner Champion. * In Owen's Anchorage. — H. M. schooner Bramble, and the Pacific. In Cockburn Sound. — The Elizabeth. The Champion is ordered to be ready by the 20th inst.

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 October 1843

We have to apologize to our subscribers for printing upon paper of so much worse quality than usual. All the excuse that we can make in the matter is, that there is no better to be had 'for love or money.'

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE INQUIRER. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 October 1843

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1843. We proceed this week to redeem our pledge by some observations upon the importance of the subject of immigration to our higher classes ; a task the more easy since the interests of all classes are in reality so inseparably blended, that much, if not ail, of what we have already said is applicable to them also. It is moreover to be presumed that, from enlarged education and greater haliils of abstract reasoning, they may be better prepared to admit the force of argument* and to see the necessity of encountering presen inconvenience or privation to avert more distant ruin. The higher classes may), perhaps, with few exceptions, be considered as consisting of the landed proprietary, professional men, officials, merchants, and a' few whose incomes proceed from mortgages, &c. Immigration — extensive, sustained immigra tion of capitalists and labourers — is bo obviously the interest of all who have land to sell, to let, or to till, that it seems almost ...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
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. (Continued from No. 165.) 1837. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 October 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. (Continued from No. 165.) 1837. January. — Colonial Act passed modifying and adopting the English law relative to the publica- tion of newspapers, &c.   First bank established in the colony : capital £10,000. Question agitated as to the propriety of export- ing agricultural produce to the Mauritius. February. — Northern Fishery Company esta-   blished. Several depredations committed by the natives at York and on the Canning River. Price of £5 and £2 respectively fixed for allotments in the several towns in the colony, according to their situation. Discussion of a project for forming a causeway across the flats. March. — Fremantle Whaling Company estab- lished.   Road opened to King George's Sound. Tender to supply the troops with fresh ...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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fTo the Editor of the " Inquirer." [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 October 1843

To the Editor of the ' Inquirer' Sin, — As my old opponent ' Flint' hap taken to exhibiting himself in your pages, I trust you will allow me a fair field and no favour to meet iiim there, as I do everywhere else; since it is known that, though I get sonic hard knocks, I have, ever since ihe world begun, 'taken (he shine out of him.' lie Jias commenced an at tack upon my respected employers the General Road Trust; and although f confess they make more use of Messrs. Wood, CJay, and Stone, than of myself, yet they generally give me the places of highest trust; 1 feel it therefore my duty to take their part. Flint is very zealous for the appointment of an engineer and surveyor to the Trust. Whether he himself seeks the office, I know not; but if they knew him as well as I do, they would be cautious how they employed a person eo hard to manage. Did it ever occur to Flint to inquire whether we had not at one time an Engineer ? and whe ther our most, ill- planned, ill-placed, and expen si...

Publication Title: Inquirer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 October 1843

To Passengers and Shippers of Wool and OIL FOB, I.OSTBON 3HR.BCT, Touching at the Cape of Quod Hope. Wfiu^i ** l^e ^ne ^ast'9a'''ng barque -'^^^*--290 tons register, Robert Brown, Commander. To passengers this vessel offers superior ac commodation, both in the cabin and steerage, and will positively sail, if possible, at the time stated. To shippers it offura a favourable opportunity, for wool sent by this vessel will arrive in Brig* land at the early wool sales. Tor freight or passage apply to the Captain on board, or to \V. & It. HABGOOD, Agents. NOTICE. CAPTAIN BROWN, of the barque Armata, will not be answerable for any debts incur red by his crew. SALES BY AUCTION. Sale at Perth. MADDINGTON PARK. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By MESSRS. L & W. SAMSON, On Tuesday the 28th November next, at one o'clock precisely,— unless previously disposed of by private sale, — ALL that valuable and splendid estate called MADDINGTON PARK, on the Canning River. This property com prises 3,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 18 October 1843

. Marine Hotel, Maadurah Ferry* TO be let with immediate possession, the above well-situated premises, comprising a substantially-built messuage, containing parlour, kitchen, and 3 bod-rooms, large store, and stable, with excellent garden ground, &c The house commands the ferry over Peel's Inlet on the road to Australind ; and the present is an excel lent opportunity; for a person desirous of com mencing business as an hotel-keeper to establish himself with advantage. A whale-boat, now used ai the ferry-boat, will be sold to tke tenant if desired. Part of the first year's rent may be expended in improvements. Apply to Mr. E. W. Lamlor, Solicitor, Perth, TO SAWYERS AND OTHERS. To be let, With immediate possession, rilHE well-known Road-side House at Maho JL gany Creek, situate on the York road, nine miles from Guildford. The house is snrrounded by very superior timber, and will be let on moderate terms. Apply to Messrs. Habgood, Perth. rilHE creditors of the late Robert Ray, ...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
POST-OFFICE REGULATION—INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 25 October 1843

POST-OFFICE REGULATION — INDIA. By an order of the Post-master General at home, dated 3rd April laet, all letters intended for these colonies, China, &c, that are transmitted overland, by way of India, will be detained at Bombay, nuJess addressed to some correspondent resident in India who will pay upon them the additional postage required before they can be forwarded to their destination. This regulation at present affects us not in the slightest degree, but if our intercourse with India should become more frequent it would be found a very serious evil. Few private individuals have correspond ents in ludia whom they could trouble with the office of receiving and paying the postage upon letters, to be forwarded thence to- other parts of the world. Why should not the extra Postage be charged in London, and the amount remitted periodically, to the Indian authorities ? We leave, however, this ordinance to be com batted by those who are more affected by it than our own community...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
EXTRACT FROM A LETTER OF MR. P. CUNNINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 25 October 1843

EXTRACT PROM A LETTER OF MR. P. CUNNING HAM. '? With regard to kiln-drying wheat and ftour, I remember timing the war particularly remark ing the contrast tliere was between the nun kiln diied English Hour and the American, which was thus served. The one was full of weevil to the very centre of I he cask, iu the ether not one single insect was to be found. But in Australia kiln drying would be almost' superfluous. The Mal tese fishermen (in a similar latitude) cook tluir small fish dinners in the summer months upon the sun heated beech stones ; a good sun expos ure of the threshed wheat would, one might therefore expect, prove an equal [(reservation as kiln-drying. Flat roofed barns in Australia would be useful for their drying the wheat upon. Limestone being abundant on the Western coast this sort of roof might readily be. made. In Malta they form their roofs of lime, by mixing two parts of slaked with one part oi unslaked powdered lime, using a small portion of this mass only at a...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
DEATH OF H. R. H. THE DUKE OF SUSSEX. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 25 October 1843

DEATH OF H. R. H. THE DUKE OF SUSSEX. It is with extreme regret that we have to record the demise of H. R. H. the Duke of Sussex, which took place on the 21st April, at Kensington Palace, after a protracted illness. At 8 o clock a. M. his medical attendants found the royal patient in a state which precluded all hope of recovery, and they stated it as their be lief that it was now only a question of time as to when death would ensue. His Royal High ness, who was still sensible, shortly afterwards expressed a wish that his servants, by whom he was greatly respected and beloved, should be called up to take their leave of him, and direc tions were given that all the domestics should attend the bed-side of their dying master. They accordingly repaired to the painful scene — for it was now but too evident that the minutes of the Duke's life were numbered. When the servants entered the room he made an effort to speak, but the effort failed him— he could not articulate— 'and in a few second...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 25 October 1843

POE BATAVIA, (To tail in a few daifsy) jC$£~ TPIIE fine fasuwiiiing BARQUE fe?W^ ' Armata,' jjjjffiPpMPgl Robert Brown, 290 tons register. **£******»? Has superior accommodation for passengers. For fi -eight or passage apply to W. k R. HABGOOD, m Agents. ' Oof. 25, 1843. ? ' ? _^ THE BREWER'S ARJNES. FT111 E 'Undersigned hops to notify to the public, JL that tm has opened a house, on the new Guiidibrd Road, under the above sign, and can offer (rood accommodation to travellers. JH3ST Good stock-yards arid stabling on the premises. ? _RICH A RD BARNTON. ass,, w. d. wizTliaivis, Late of Auxtmlind, BEGS (o inform his friends and the public in general, that he has taken (he premises belonging to Mr6. Lyttleton in St. George's Ter race, Perth, lately occupied by Mr. Clarkson, as a Board and Lodging House. In the Ad 'minki ration of George Atkin SOI19 deceased. TO HE SOLD~BY AUCTION, On (he premise? of the deceased, at Perth, on Monday the 6th November, at 12 o'clock at noon, ALL the furni...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 25 October 1843

To Passengers and Shippers of Wool and Oil. FOR X.ONBOXT DIRECT, Touching at the Cape of &ood Mope. Ag§3t' \7[7'IkL sail early in' December, ?wwDKljl^ V T the fine fast-sailing barque ? ISBSBL ' Armata«' I ^^^^Kbqqq Jong register, Robert Brown, ' Commander. To passengers this vessel offers superior ac commodation, both in the cabin and steerage, and will positively sail, if possible, at the time stated. To shippers it offers a favourable opportunity, for wool sent by this vessel will arrive in Eng land at the early wool sales. For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board, or to W.&R.HABGOOD, Agents. For I»eschenault and the Vasse. jgdgt- rpHE cutter 'Venus' will sail %JBOl«i JL for the above ports on Wednes jHBQSF day the 1st Nov. *^^^^~ * For freight or passage apply to Messrs. Thomas, Fremantle. To sail, Marly in November next, for England direct, vid Cape of Good Rope, if sufficient ? freight offer, j^SnSr fTlHE c!iPPer schooner 'Sliza- .JMHk X beth- Yhis ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 25 October 1843

We have to apologize to ovr readers for print ing upoti paper of so vnwh norse qualify than usual. All the excuse that ire can inahc in the matter is, that there is no better to bejiad 'for love or money.' Subscribers are respectfully informed^ that the quarterly subscription 4o this journal ends with the present No.

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE INQUIRER. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1843. EDUCATION FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 25 October 1843

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1843. EDUCATION FOIl WESTERN AUSTRALIA. If we would be consistent in our advocacy of the interests of the colony, we must do more than aim wc/dy to promote llie inurciwc ol its wealth. We must sec that in its moral condi tion it fall nor in the wake of the parent country, and be left far behind in the general progress of improvement. It is true that the influx of new settlers, who bring with them 'the increased knowledge of the old country, and the latest treasures dug from the mi»e of science, wih\ always serve to keep up the tone of advanced civilization among the principal colonists ; but something more must be done for the improve ment of the mass of the people. In our native country, the progress of improvement in the arts and sciences is insured by the grand in centives of competition and success; by the necessity of attaining the highest pitch of excel lence iu every work, under the.penalty (in case of failure), of poverty and ruin; and by the momentum ...

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