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

00 M MI S S AB I AT.. MB. SAM SOt, : P (OOVXBÑMSNT AUCTIONEEB,) WILL sell by Auction, at tne Commis- sariat Magazines, Fremantle, at 11 o!clock on the 31st instant ONE COOKING APPARATUS, com- plete, as received from England, not having been yet unpacked. This valuable article is capable of cooking for 1,000 men per diem, and is fitted with utensils of every description of the latest and most approved pattern. The above will be on view on the 26th inst., and following days. ALSO,- _ One do., do.,-second-hand-of a simi- lar description, and can be seen in the Commissariat yard at any time before the 30th instant. ALSO, The well-known horse " IMPOSTER," lately used by James Manning, Esq., who is parted with because no longer re- quired; can* be seçn at the Establish- ment stables at any time. Sundry empty packages, «fee, will be offered for sale at the same time. TERMS-CASH. - J. H. SALE, Assistant Commissary, General. Commissariat, ~ Fremantle, W.A., ) 20th October, 1866. J FOB CHAMPI...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 November 1866

WENDERS (in duplicate) will be re X ceived at the'Commissariat Ofijce, Fremantle, till noon on THURSDAY, the 8th instant, for the supply of the fol- lowing Articles, viz : Charcoal-Bushels 150. .Compasses, Carpenters Iron-No. 24. Latches Thumb-No. 36. Locks, Rim, Iron 9-No. 36. do., do., do. 8-No. 36. Matches, common-Boxes 144. Nails, Spike 6-Pounds 2,240. Paint, White-Pounds 560. do., Umber (in oil)-Pounds 112. Rope, Tarred If-Coils 1. Twine, Sewing-Pounds 28. To be delivered into the Commissariat Magazines, Fremantle (excepting the charcoal), within three days from date of acceptance of Tender, and subject to ap- proval on delivery. J. n. SALE, Assistant Commissary General. Commissariat, W.A. ") 2nd November, 1866. J For Port Walcott. THE smart little Brigantine " CLARENCE PACKET" will sail for the above port on^ _ about the 10th Instant. For freight or passage apply to FRANCISCO BROS. i Fremantle. Fremantle, 1st November, 1866. mi i To Close Consignments. J. J. HARWOOD & ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 November 1866

BIRTH ALLNUTT.-At Nelson Grange, on the 15th instant, the wife of J. ALLNUTT, ESQ, of a son DEATH. QUIN.-At Bunbury, on the 25th October, JANE MARY, eldest daughter of Assistant Sur- veyor Quin.

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NICOL BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 November 1866

NICOL BAY, THE arrival of the Clarence Packet puts us in possession of the most important and gratifying intelligence we have yet had from this flourishing settlement the arrival there on the 25th August, of Mr. Hooley with his flock of upwards of 2,000 sheep with which he started from the Murchison on the 25th May last, having lost only eight sheep during the long journey; almost a marvellous achievement when we consider that a portion of the route was entirely un- known; and the remainder had only been seen by explorers, and thepossibility of driv- ing stock over it was an unsolved problem. The distance travelled may be roughly estimated at over six hundred miles, which would be nothing in ordinary country, but in this instance much of it is comprised - within the boundaries of what is usually a dry arid region, which has always been supposted to be utterly impassable during a great portion of the year and, perhaps, at intervals for one or two years together. Let us hope that Mr. ...

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GERALDTON. October 20th, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 November 1866

GEKALDTON. October 20th, 1866. The past week with us will be a red letter in our calendar. Never in any part of the colony has there been such a "complete success in Agricultural Shows, Racing, and dancing, for a first attempt. The Show of Stock took place on the Society's Ground on the 17th, with a very first-rate mob of entire horses ; indeed men that have been at all the fairs in the country, say they never saw so good a show. Mr. Crowther's horse, shown by W. Wal- deck took the first prize, and it would a diffi- cult matter to suggest any improvement in this animal in either form, size, or color. For the second prize there was great competition, and the judges were some time in deciding ; however a horse the property of W. Stokes was declared the second ; a very young horse from the Bowes would have stood a good chance of this prize, but he arrived too late for entering. In cart mares the show was not so good as might have been expected. The prize mare is the property of Joseph ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 November 1866

THE splendid new clip per skip "CORONA^: >A 1,15 years, 1199 tons, shortly. ?expected witli convicts from Eng- land, will, on arrival, bejopen for freight or charter, and offers a désirable opportu- nity to shippers of horses or goods to ./India wishing for great dispatch. V Apply to W. S. CROUDACE, | ;. v j. On board the vessel. For London Direct. THUÍ clipper barque ZEPHYR, >Ail, 409 tons register, E. EL- LIOTT. Commander. Has good accommodation foi* passengers. For freight or passage apply to J. a. C. CARR, Perth. FEANCISCOjBBOS., Fremantle. For Champion Bay. IÜT IHE clipper barque "ZEPHYR" will sail for the above Port within three weeks from this date. For freight or pas- sage apply to J. G. C. CARR, Perth, FRANCISCO BROS., Fremantle. Perth, October 9th, 1866. .For Melbourne. T IHE Schooner GEM, ^shortly expected from Singapore, twill have quick dispatch on ar- rival, for the above port. For freight or passage apply to T. & H. CARTER & CO. fremantle, Sept. ...

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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, NOVEMBER 2, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 November 1866

Jtftfc êzitiit tf KB. %. üxmi. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at. be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-SMlcspeare. pS5Aí7NavT^E2riÍ66l WE have this week the unusual occur- rence of a super-abundance of colonial intelligence-so much so that we are compelled to defer, the narrative of the Northam gay doings, and the Re- port of the Toodyay Agricultural Society until next week, as well as all comments upon the view the Reports of the seve- ral Societies give, at great length, of the state and progress of the several districts, confining ourselves to publishing the ac- counts furnishedus of what took place at the shows and Meetings at Geraldton and York. We were not aware until too late to make other arrangements, of the large quantity of intelligence with which our friends intended to favor us. THE lengthy comment in the Inquirer of Wednesday last upon the misdoings of this Journal, has no doubt greatly amused its readers. It is, we suppose, intended as a r...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 November 1866

H^OÎAOWAY'S PIXESS-Health to the Weakly. -Whatever impurities have entered the human body, ' whatever derangements of corporeal fonctions have arisen, it is indispensable for the maintenance^ health that all imperfections should beat once rectified. Holloway's Pills present themselves for the performance of this good office, and they are backed for their ability to do their purifying and regulating work thoroughly by the independent testimony of thousands who, in their own persons, have ex- perienced the renovating principle induced by this incomparable medicine. These excellent PUls are always safe and ever efficient in all .tates of tiie system, and are so well put up that they retain their virtues unimpaired by time or climate. Per "^¡mily Smith," "Alexandra," "**^uglas," " Stanley," and " Gem." ÏJEA (various qualities) in § -chests. SODA. MANILLA ROPE. BRANDT in qr.-casks and cases. ' PORT and SHERRY in qr.-casks. NEGtfcOHEAD TOBACCO. BARLEÏ". SUGAR (crystallized) CONFECTIONERY....

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 November 1866

MWttO gntelliqwct. ARRIVALS; October 27.-Swan, 25 tons, O'Grady, master from Champion Bay. Passengers-Messrs. C. Duffield, G. Barnard, C. Smith and wife, C. Gallagher, F. W. Hall, and four others. Cargo 420 bags lead ore. 29.-Flying Foam, 36 tons, Cobb, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-Messrs. Laurence, W. Mitchel, P. Connell, A. Bothe, and one other. Cargo-81 bags flour, 10 bags barley, 82 do. wheat, 6 do. oats, 2 cases eggs, and sun- dries. 30.-Gem, 99 tons, Dawson, master, from Singapore. Passenger-A. Campbell. 31.-Clarence Packet, 48 tons, English, mas- ter, from Port Walcott. Passengers-Messrs. Sholl, M'Rae, Venn, Paterson, Baynton, Coffee and J. Pettit. DEPARTURES. October 27.-Wild Wave, 28 tons, Pettit, master, for Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers -Mr. and Mrs. Green. Cargo-J-cask brandy 2 cases do., 1 case Tobacco, 3 cases and 1 bale merchandise (under bond), 38 bags flour, 17 bags rice, 16 boxes soap and candles, 6 bags coffee, 4 tins sugar, 34 cases and bales sundry merc...

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COLONIZATION AND ITS DUTIES. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 November 1866

COLONIZATION AND ITS DUTIES. in. IN my foregoing papers I considered the inter- nal relations in which the colonist is placed, and which would have equally existed had the ties connecting him with the country whence he came been once and for ever broken off, and all the memories of the past been obliterated. But as close relations continue to exist towards the mother country, there are of course correspond- ing relations. It is to them that I dedicate this paper. In the earlier stages of political life, colonists are, in every sense of the word, fellow subjects with their former countrymen, owing to the same head the same duties of loyalty, allegiance, and patriotism. " Hos fovet, hos servat, curat que Britannia mater." One common power extends her aegis-shield* over their yet infant liberties, lends them a name, a force, and a dig- nity which they could not otherwise command. Unless some estrangementf unhappily takes place, the like mutual good will continue to ex- ist alter the yo...

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York Agricultural Society's Show of Stock and Meeting. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 November 1866

York Agricultural Society's Show of Stock and Meeting. (From our own Correspondent.) THE York carnival, as you call it has come and gone, but I cannot say much as to the success with which it was at- tended, private animosities having had much to do in marring the pleasantness of the meeting. The show of stock, was in all respects inferior to those of former years, the only animals worth looking at were a few entire horses and some rams; of the former Mr. S. E. Burges' Khorassan was the only blood horse shown, and he was deservedly admired, as were also three or four of his stock. The first prize for cart entires was awarded to Mr. F. Parker's Wanderer, but many preferred Mr. Heal's horse, which gained the prize last year. In the sheep pens the absence of any from Mr. Lott's flocks, gave other breeders a good chance ; considering the season perhaps we ought to be satisfied with those exhibited. Mr. Burges' rams were very good, and I hear £6 each were refused for them. The mares exhi...

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Victoria Agricultural and District Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 November 1866

Victoria Agricultural and District Society. In making their Report for the past year, your Committee would, in the first place, con- gratulate you on the establishment of the Society on a permanent footing, and trust that there will not be henceforth any signs of a flag- ging interest in a Society which, properly sup- ported, is calculated to be of great benefit to the interests of the district at large. Your Committee would remark that in the Victoria District both the Agricultural and Pastoral interests can be advocated without clashing; there is plenty of scope for both, without interfering one with the other, and the Society can thus work in unity for general and particular interests. In taking a general review of the District for the past year, we have to express our thank- fulness to Providence for a favorable season for stock and crops ; the population is rapidly in- creasing, and the supply of labor at times not equal to the demand, and could a number of really useful labore...

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BEVERLEY. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 November 1866

BEVERLEY. (From our own Correspondent.) We, of our "special grace and mere motion, condescend to inform you that we have deigned to read the rugry squibs passing between the valiant Editors. Long may they continue ! To take one side or the other would be invi- dious, when the colony at large is benefitted by the paper conflict. To say that taking the weakest side was the more magnanimous, would be to praise you, Mr. Editor ; but as we are going to tell you something about taking the strongest side, we will not so demean ourselves. Governor M'Arthur and all the acts of his government were belauded for a length of time in a Hobart Town Journal :-One day, the Governor asked his Secretary if he thought he could find out who their friend was, that so strongly supported them (at least with his pen) in all their acts, right or wrong, just or unjust. The Secretary did so. Not long after, on the door of a respectable house, in a first-rate street, might be seen on a large brass plate Mr. M--...

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CHAMPION BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 November 1866

CHAMPION BAY. WE have intelligence from Geraldton to the 5th Inst. The Palestine sailed for London on the 1st, with 766 bales wool, and 240 tons of ore ; Archdeacon Thornhill and family as cabin passengers, and Bellar in the steerage. The Barley harvest on the Flats had been finished, and reaping commenced ; the weather being cool and cloudy, and a smart rain fell on the 29th ult. Unfortunately there was a con-"1 siderable degree of sickness prevalent, all pro- bably arising from different phases of influenza. The natives were frequently falling victims to a disease in the chest. Reports from the Wheal Fortune Mine denote an increase of produce, notwithstanding a reduction in the number of men employed.

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ON THE NATURE AND PROPERTIES OF WOOL. (COMMUNICATED TO THE WESTERN POST N. S. W.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 November 1866

ON THE NATURE AND PROPERTIES OF WOOL. (COMMUNICATED TO THE WESTEEN POST N. S. W.) The gvowth of wool is generally completed in one year, at the ^expiration of which it spon- taneously falls and decays. In this respect the covering of the sheep bears a close resemblance to the hair of other animals, although it differs widely in the following particulars. Wool is considerably finer than hair, and grows more uniformly, each filament springing at equal distances, and separating at nearly the same period from the skin. There is also a difference in the diameter of the same fibre, according to the health of the animal, or the temperature of the weather at the time at which that portion of the fibre was protruding through the skin. The extremity of the fibre is always thicker than any other pait, because it grew directly after shearing, when a covering for a denuded skin was required, and the want of length of wool was made up by the largeness of the fibre. The portion that grows during t...

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NEWCASTLE RACES. (From another Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 November 1866

NEWCASTLE RACES. (From another Corretpondent.) Our second annual Races at Newcastle, on the 31st untimo, has proved a decided success ; and from the very large numher of persons assem- bled on the occasion-the largest in fact ever yet congregated together in this district, races, as an amusement, are evidently highly appre- ciated, and likely to become popular amongst us, nearly £10 having been taken at the gate by way of admittance fees alone for horses, and vehicles coming on the course. The running was excellent, and satisfaction general, and our new race-course, in the opinion of some professedly knowing in such matteis, though perhaps somewhat small, will, when completed, be able to compare favorably with most in the colony, while from the spirited and very liberal minnel* in which the efforts of the Race Committee have been responded to in the matter of subscriptions they are enabled to de- clare, after a full discharge of all present liabi- lities, a considerable balance stil...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 November 1866

JspWttg Intelligente. AEKIVALS. November 5.-Mystery, 16 tons, Hedland, master, from Port Walcott. Passengers-J. Flaherty and P. Ferrara. Car o-5 tons pearl shells, 2 bags do. l8 bales wool. 6th.-Douglas 330 tons, Captain Hummel, from Melbourne. Same day.-Stanley, 115 tons, Captain Gibson, from Melbourne. r1*" 8.-Lass of Geraldton, 3S*-tons, H. O'Grady, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-C. Duffield, Miss E. Jose, Mrs. Bullen, and W. Johnson. Cargo ¿16 bags flour, 78 do barley, 4 pkgs. fat, and 1 case. 8.-Alexandrian, i96 tons, Captain Tschern ing, from Adelaide. Passenger-E Back. DEPASTURES. November 5.-Zephyr, 409 tons, Elliot mas- ter, for Champion Bay. Passengers-Mrs. Gale, and 3 children and servant, Mr. Strick- land and 2 daughters, Mrs. Liddelow and child, in the cabin; one pensioner, wife and five children, in steerage. Cargo-Original from London, 60 deals, 10,000 bricks, 64 bars iron, 336 packages merchandise ; 30 pieces timber, 3,000 feet battens, 30,000 shingles, 22 bag...

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SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SIDE. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7, 1866. Hanham v. T. & H. Carter & Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 November 1866

SUPREME COURT-CIVIL SIDE. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7,1866. Bonham v. T. & H. Carter & Co. This was an action brought by C. Hanham, of Fremantle, Master Mariner, to recover the sum of 105 pounds for work done and labor performed at the request of the Defendants, and arose out of the stranding of the vessel Emma, belonging to Mr. Walter Padbury, in or about the month of August last. Mr. Howell appeared for the Plaintiff and Mr. Leake for the Defendants, and the cause was tried, by consent, by nine jurymen, 12 having been challenged by the re- spective parties which exhausted the panel, and the Plaintiff's Attorney in consequence, pray- ing a tales. From Counsel's opening, it ap- peared that the Plaintiff agreed, in pursuance of a notice by the defendants' calling for tenders, to get the Emma afloat, which, he accomplished on the morning of the first of September during a gale, but the gale increasing, one cable parted and the ship returned to her former position, having been af...

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COLONIZATION AND ITS DUTIES. III. (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 November 1866

COLONIZATION AND ITS DUTIES. in. (Concluded from our last.) This is not the place to descant at length upon the blessings of an Established Church j whatever we say shall be brief.- Yet in many ways its benefits are just those which are most atted for the circumstances of a eolony ; and, if only certain conditions could be fulfilled, it would be at once a priceless possession, and a most bounden obligation. It would secure to Christianity a recognised dignity in the State, a visible respect j it would identify it with the public welfare, it would give it a place and a voice in the national councils, and a just influ- ence in the measures of government. It would provide an apparatus by which the means of religion would be brought toallalike, makingthe poorest as independent as the richest, of all uncertain^ efforts or irregular zeal, and furnish- ing them with a Church as a portion of their civil rights. It would ensure an educated and intelligent body of clergy, with a guaranteed { ...

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NORTHAM. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 November 1866

NORTHAM. (From our own Correspondait.) " Tour own" has nothing of much importance to communicate this week. Our Annual Races is among the things of the past, the official ac- count of which win no doubt reach you through the Secretary. I believe all passed off well, but the running was by no means so good a3 it has been in other years-Mr. Lockyer's " Erin go Bragh, winning everything he ran for ; I hear he did the same at York, and will no doubt repeat the operation,-much to Mr. Lockyer's satis- faction-at Newcastle. By-the-way, talking of racing reminds me of "Anti-Humbug's com- plaint of having received in payment for last year's winning, orders on "Tom, Dick, and Harry;" which said orders remain-unpaid. This certainly was too bad, and I deeply sympathise with " A.-H." I know what it is to be taken in in such matters, (I hope you do not Mr. Editor,) and I strongly advise Tom, Dick, and Harry to "stump up" forthwith for the credit of the district. Seriously speaking, although not a...

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