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HOUSE OF COMMONS—MONDAY, JULY 13. SUPPLY. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 2 January 1836

HOUSE »lONS-xMÓNDAY, July 13. SUPPLY. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.. The House then went' into a- Committee. The first vote moved was Í7.417Z. to defray the expenses of the settlement of Western Australia. Mr. Hume opposed the vote upon the ground that the original parties engaged in the settlement had undertaken that there should be no demand upon' the public.-^-After a few words from Mr. F. Bar-' ing, Mr. Ewart and Sir George Grey, Mr. Hume proposed that the vote be postponed, as the settle- ment had turned out to bea total failure.-Mr.H. Twiss supported the voté, and said that if the mo- ney were not granted faith'would be broken with the parties.-Mr. Hume condemned this sort of ex- penditure.-Mr. Roebuck said that the expense had only been incurred for the purpose of creating places.-Sir George Grey dei ied that such was the, object of the establishment.-Mr. Roebuck said it was highly important to know how many settlers there were, and perhaps the better way would be lu postpone the v&...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 2 January 1836

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, January,1, 1836     His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct the following   copy of a Proclamation, under the   hand of His Excellency Major General Sir Richard Bourke, K.C.B., Governor of the Territory of New South Wales, to be published for general information. By His Excellency' s Command, PETER BROWN. Colonial Secretary. PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency Major General Sir Richard ¡ Bourke KCB , Commanding His Majesty's   Forces, Captain General and Governor in Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its   Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same,   &c &c &c.     Whereas, it has been represented to me,   that divers of His Majesty's subjects have taken possession of vacant Lands of   the Crown, within the limits of this Colony, &nbsp...

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NOTES FHOM HIS EXCELLENCY SIR JAMES S[?]RLI[?]G'S [?]OURNAL OF AN EXP[?]DITION [?] KING GEORGE'S SOUND. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 2 January 1836

NOTES FROM HIS EXCELLENCY SIR JAMES STIRLING'S JOURNAL OF AN   EXPEDITION TO KING GEORGE'S SOUND. (Continued)   Nov. 2. — Started at 5. 35 on a S.E. course, passing over a continuance of the same beautiful grass land, still perfectly green, and in a fit con- dition to be cut for hay. I have not seen in the Colony any soil or grass of a better description At 6. 10 came upon an inferior ridge, composed of indurated white clay ; on this we continued for ¾ of a mile, until 6. 35, when we began to descend into another good valley, declining in the direction of our course, until 7. 18, when we found it trended to the eastward, and at 7. 41, after having followed it down about 2¼ miles, we left it to our left hand. At 7. 50 we found ourselves on an indifferent ridge, which continued for ¾ of a mile, till we again descended into a very rich vale, of considerable width, at 8. 10 — stopped for few minutes at a large pool of excellent water. At 8. 30 we found ourselve...

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ABSTRACT OF THE PRODUCE OF THE REVENUE OF THE COLONY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA FOR THE QUARTER ENDING DEC. 31, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 January 1836

^ABSTRACT OF THE PRODUCE OF THE REVENUE Of THE' COLONY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA FOR THE QUARTER ENDING DEC. 31, 1835. , , REGULA a REVENU Ii. , By Proceeds of Duty on Spirits imported ííy Di Ho Retail Publican's Licenses By Ditto Fees of Public Offices By Ditto Renfc of Ferries - By Ditto Judicial Fines and Forfeitures Total Amount of Regular Revenue CASUAL REVENUF. By Proceeds of Sale of Crown Lands - By Recovery of Debts due to the Crown By Sale of Government Stores - Total Amount of Casual Revenue Total Amount of Revenue this Quarter Amount Sterling 529 17 0* - 37 l8 4 33 5 0_ 2 10 0V i , 5 o op £608 10 4 * 133 4 7 90 0 ' 8 ' 20 0- 0 .243 5 3 £851 15 7 Commissariat Office, Perth, Western Australia, January 1, 1836. JOHN LEWIS, ... . ' Deputy Assistant Commissary General, fy Colonial Treasurer.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGEENC. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 January 1836

SHIPPING INTELLIGEENC. Departure.-On the 7lh inst, the Tim, Capt. Williams,, fur the River JPUte.-Passenger, Mr. Lukin. Lying in Gages' Roads.-The Giraffe, and Isabella. JVajl, open for England and the Cape via Mauritius, per Isabella-for.Sjdney, per"Giraffe. DIED on the 31st December, 1835, William TtimmeRvinquire, Lieutenant offH M. 17th Regt. H.P., accidentally drowned near Bassendean, when, proceeding on an excursion up the river. The deceased had been laboring .under a severe attack of paralysis for some time. \.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 January 1836

NEW SOUTH WALES. Market Prices -The supply of vegetables was rather short to day-potatoes, 16s. per cwt. ; new ditto, 16s. to 18s. per ditto; cabbages, 2d. to 3d. each ; brocoli, 3d. to 4d. ditto ; turnips and carrots, 3d. per bunch ; leeks, 2d. per ditto ; sha lots, l^d ditto ; peas, 2s. 6d. per peck ; broad beans, Is. 6d. per ditto; French beans,2s. 6d. per ditto ; artichokes, Is. 6d. per doz. ; asparagus, 4d. to 6cl. per bundle ; cucumbers, Is. 6d. to 2s. each ; loquets, 8d. to 9d. per quart ; oranges, 1 s. to 2s. 6d. per doz. ; lemons, Is. to 1&. 6d per ditto ; cherries, 2s. per lb. Poultry was very scarce fowls, 4s. to 5s. per couple ; ducks, 6s. per ,ditto ; geese, 10s. per ditto ; turkeys, only one, and that remained unsold Butter was plentiful-best salt, Is. lOd. to 2s. 6d. per lb. ; fresh ditto, 2s. 6d. to 2s. 9d. per ditto; eggs, 2s. per doz ; hams, Is dd. to 2s. per lb. ; cheese, 7d. to 8d. per ditto. Bat- cher's meat is still very scarce-beef, 4d. to 5d&l...

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STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS MADE BY THE COLONIAL TREASURER, ON ACCOUNT OF THE COLONY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA, CHARGEABLE ON THE COLONIAL FUND, FOR THE QUARTER ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 January 1836

STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS MADE BY THE COLONIAL TREASURER, ON ACCOUNT OF THE COLONY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA, CHARGEABLE ON THE .; : COLONIAL FUND, FOR THE QUARTER ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1835. SALARIES. Treasurer - - - - -.- v ! ?BegisVrar of Deeds - - - -.-;? Col lector, of Revenue - ;-, , ( - . .-j ., - Harbour Master, Fremantle - ,- ' '- ..-.. - Schoolmasters - - . r -,.- - jailor - - - - - - ,,- , - Constables - - - - - ,. <~ ._.'..? . v- / Superintendent , Mounted Policel Head Constable ] Five Constables .... _ . '..,'', i Total Salaries chargeable to Colonial Fund < CONTINGENCIES. (? Keep of Horses ?'- A - -. Rations - r - -i Mounted >Police\ Stabling ,.?.«'- - - - Lodging Money - ' - -x Contingencies - - - - Confidential Clerk - - S -rveys and Explorations ( - - - Roads and Bridges - - - ,* ' >« -Relief to Destitute Poor - - 4. -- Collection of Revenue - - --. ? Conveyance of Post > - - - > Allowance to Juries in Criminal Cases and Jail Ex pences t ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 January 1836

COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. " OfcJj ^.L^'iWfe^c^^^^lSÇOJ , Éj^EALED TENDERS in Triplicate ^ ,wnT be 'received1 at this Offièe va the'llth of January, 1836, from such Person or Persons who may be, willing 1 towpply an IRON PUMP, for the use of^the Soldiers* Barracks.-For, further particulars, apply to the Civil Engi- neer, or at this. Office. , John Lewis, \ ^" Deputy,Assistant Cçtnmissary General. ? COMatóSAÉtóT öMfice. \ .m,U,,I.- Perfh/DecemLrl^^SSb. THE Tenders/or.the^rectioîi, ,of a Commissariat, Stored and ' Guard House at King George's iSbund not hav-~ ing been ^approved of by Xhe Governor ; Notice is hereby given, that fresh Tend- ers will be, receiyed at this pffice until the Uth January,t I8â6^ and'at King George's Sound, by Deputy Assistant (Commissary General Browne, until the day previous to the sailing of the Sally 4nn frcmf that1 place. * To prevent any misconception on the part of Persons tendering» ii is to be clearly . understood, that no Tenders will be received that cont...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 January 1836

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, r'/'x,i ' ' { '' , ! "January 7,~ 1836J ' - , " < SALE OF TOWN ALLOTMENTS. , S^fcN SATURDAY, the 3pth of'January Instant, at 12 JKF o'Clock, the Collector of Revenue will offer the under mentioned ALLOTMENTS for Sale bpPüblic Auction^ in k front ¿f tKe Public Offices, Perth :-r- t ?': ''? ":. - "i ' ;:.v~\* 1 Pe¥th!'¡Lót'NDVÍaÍ:'Se'c. Q. '"'?AppHédfbf^^wà^dr'0ro'od. :" No.ll, " Applied for byEdwardJeffers. ~ " No. 20, Sec. T.. Applied for, by John Connolly, " No 60, Sec.W. Applïedfbr by George Làzénby. \ For further particulars, reference to be made to the Offices of the Surveyor-General, and Collector of Revenue, Perth. i \ ^ By His Excellency s Command, : ; > ~¿ ; VA A AVAV A.VA A. PETER BROWJV> > ^vlv. ... i^;ou _ r, ., r ,..'.,,. ,;..., :.:..???.?""...'?; íColonialSecre^ry\y'j[\í : ' ?' ' ': ' Aj ?:;:?;/""v',9 A A ;'A>;TAgo;V^ /, ' : > ' . {[???[':?' Colonial ?Secretary's Office, Perth, Jan. 8,1836....

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Charge of Judge Burton to the Jury on closing the Supreme Court, Nov. 18, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 January 1836

Charge of Judge Burton to the Jury on closing the Supreme Court, Nov. 18, 1835. The observations of Judge Burton on this occa- sion present a picture of the colony of New South Wales more dark and hideous than we ever im- agined it. The Judge's own mind was seriously impressed with the importance of making these observations, which the Jury might carry with them to their homes, and there give them calm and serious consideration. The returns of all the capital convictions that had taken place during the last three years, he thought, when he stated the number of them, he would be fully justified in the course of observa- tions he was about to make : In 1833, there had been 135 capital convictions, on 69 sentence of death had been passed ; 46 of those capital convictions and 15 of these sentences of death had taken place upon his judicial respon- sibility.     In 1834, one hundred and forty-eight capital   convictions, in eighty-three of which sen...

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SEAMEN ENLISTMENT BILL, [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 January 1836

SEAMEN ENLISTMENT BILL, The Seamen enlistment Bill had passed through the Committee on the 8th July. The Bill provides that alter the service of five years, a seaman shall be entitled to his discharge, and that on being discharged, he shall receive protection from all impressment for two years. It also provides that if on a foreign station the exigencies of the' service should require it, the Commander-in-Chief may cause him to serve six months beyond the five years ; but in that case the seaman should be eh- ' titled to an addition of one-fourth to his pay. This ' is an important reform in the condition of a set of men to whom the 'country is deeply indebted.

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QUARTER SESSIONS. FREMANTLE, JANUARY 1, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 January 1836

QUARTER SESSIONS.           FREMANTLE, JANUARY 1, 1836. Before W. H. Mackie Esq., Chairmari} Äe». J. B. Wittenoom, H. R. Bland, and U. Mc B. Brown, Esquires, Justices of the Peace. Wm. Fraser was charged with an assault and battery or. Philip Fernaudez. The prisoner, in his defence, declared the charge to be utterly false, and produced John Thompson and Martha Crisp to prove that he was sitting in Ougden's public house on the night, and at the time the assault was com- mitted. " Verdict-Not guilty. John Woods, charged with coining rupees. Verdict-Guilty. Recommended to mercy, on the ground that the offence had not been carried on to any extent by the prisoner, and was so easy of de- tection as practised by him. Sentence-7 years' transportation, Simon Johnson was charged with obtaining goods under false pretences. William Rogers, storekeeper, to, Mr. Leake, at Perth, deposed that the prisoner called at the shop on the 4...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of "The Perth Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 January 1836

CORRESPONDENCE. " To the Editor of ." The Perth Gazette." " Sir,-I beg to call your attention to the state of the new ferry at Fremantle. The boat is managed by three little boys and is generally kept on the Perth side of the Swan; so that when     travellers arrive at the'Ferry from Fremantle the boys must cross the water to fetch her, and the rope is generally so much entangled with sea weed, which accumulates in vast quantities in that   part of the river, that I have known gentlemen detained a full hour before the horses could be ferr- íed to the Perth side of the Swan. Trusting that this evil will be corrected by the proper authorities. I am Sir,   Your obedient Servant,   A TRAVELLER. 'All persons desirous of engaging the services of the children of the Emigration Society, lately arrived by the Giraffe, are requested to apply to the Colonial Chaplain, 'Rev. J. B Wittenoom,   Perth ; or to the Governm...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1836 1835. SKETCH OF OCCURRENCES DURING THE YEAR. (Continued from No. 155) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 January 1836

THE             WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY ,JANUARY 9, 1836 1835           SKETCH OF OCCURRENCES DURING THE YEAR.     (Continued from No. 155.) JULY—Notice given that it is the intention of the Local Government to resume, on the expiration of twelve months, all town allotments assigned previously to the 17th Sep 1834, that my then be found in an unimproved state, unless an exten- tion of time for the fulfilment of the regulations shall have been previously purchased by the holder of any such unimproved lot. Notice given by T. Peel, Esq., to his indentured servants, threatening proceedings in the Civil Court; for the purpose of enforcing payment of the promissory notes due for their passage. The York road improved... AU- GUST.—A Book Society established at Perth. Flour 30l. per ton. Captain Daniell, of H.M. ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 January 1836

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Lying in Gages Roads.-The Giraffe, and Isabella.               The Mail for England and the Cape via the Mauritius per Isabella, will be closed on Tuesday morning next;-for Sydney per Giraffe, on Wed- nesday next.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 January 1836

Proposed by Mr Yule, and seconded by Mr. G. Leake,       6,—Resolved,—That the thanks of the Meeting be given to the Sheriff. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE GENERAL POST OFFICE PERTH.   All letters addressed to the following persons, now remaining in the General Post-Office, Perth, if not claimed within ten days, will be opened and returned to those parties who may appear to have written them.                         C. MACFAULL, Principal Postmaster.       A. Agett, Mrs | L. Lee, Charles.           Atkinson, J. | Lee, John.         Armstrong, Mr. | Lennard, E. P. B. | M. Brown, James | Murray, R.   &nb...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 January 1836

GOVERNMENT- NOTICE. .-'luiil0 i>fiii ¡iiiU iTTTTTTTTT^i .j; í>'/J>M ?<>ííií'i- {'*"'. f>lJî "lu ilo:.-:;:-.i'û 'TtTt-TTO ,hi>[ Vin»;-:'; jjit'ê W|fcN.,,giAî,lîRDAY/, 'ihe. ^thi^of ^^.; Jânuar^ Instant, iatul£¡ j© Clock, i the v Cdiêct^oiï íofiResyenué/ wäill offeahttoe! ¿Plerth Lot Moi- l^iiSeö.Q.. i ¡A^liedífor ^b^Ed^tÛ'^Wuoè^ if tí:fí)í::.'ij;:.í ¿m'?.-:-.:. s^í;|;jíí¿ >IN>oï itj ' r"ti^^vri^^^<jdr^n ^?^EdiOa^dkfe^rsi^^-'J' -lío a;^; : * ¡[w sVit>-iNoii60,:SeG^2vii^^^i . : - i i * ¿y- George ÂtaUmby. s i i ; < J i i >-; ; .. . [>. i ,íi v jîifcWîfuïthepi particulars; rgfecéhce ; ; to -lie made tö;U'he Oüdée/oíHlie'Surveyori ^Gëilëïal;; and <; Colleètdr^ .of j ^Revenue, *:;Pé;ith;^---Mt 'i'> ?.?--»I.- :!.;;;. ?<; í.¡'¿..-- : -t , . Í > jBy/ £#$ Eocellency's Command, füoit : : i i Colonial Secretary.. . ¡. "- ;rf "-' .'..'.: _i_ ' % . ? .. f ..-? i , i .,.?-."'. . "^ ¡ J..friiti»f-.i" 'i ii...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1836[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 January 1836

, THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1836 -oon-- ' »«- The resolutions proposed and unanimously carried at the Public Meeting, which took place yesterday, in Perth, will be found under the fyead of our advertising columns. We were pleased to find that the object of the Meeting-the forma- tion of a Committee to correspond with the Com- mittee established by some of our friends in Lon- don, with à view to advance the intereste-pf this Colony-was so respectably and numerously at- ' tended The vote of thanks to Captain Irwin, proposed by Mr. Leake, was prefaced "by a Just eulogium on the character of that Gentleman, and was received with cheers. u Those," he observed» " who had the gpod fortune to enjoy his more im mediate acquaintance, could appreciate- him as a friend, ^and the Colony aft large had received such ample testimony of his friendly disposition, as en- title him to a distinct vote of thanks." The'members of the Comrhittee* met subsequent-, ly to the gener...

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ACTION FOR SLANDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 January 1836

ACTION FOR SLANDER. , Flaherty v. King-This was an action for defamation, instituted by the plaintiff, Mary Ann Flaherty, formerly in the service of the defendant, Lieutenant King, of H.M. 21st Regt.-Damages, iîl 00. Mr. W. N. Clark, before opening the case, re- quested that all witnesses might be ordered to withdraw. He then proceeded tb state, that the sole dependence of his client was the maintenance of a good character. Before she entered the de- fendant's service she had been in that of the Colonial Secretary, Mr* Waylen, and Mr. Lau- rence-situation^ of respectability ; and from the testimony of'Chese gentlemen, it would be found that her conduct was without reproach. The de- fendant had taxed the plaintiff with stealing, upon which she immediately gave notice that she would quit his service. The missing articles were after- wards found, and the defendant then endeavoured to persuade the plaintiff to stop ; she, however, positively declined. It is presumed ^ that this re- fusa...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. DISEASE IN SHEEP. To the Editors of the Sydney Herland. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 January 1836

'NÉtifi SOUTH WALES. blSEASE IN SHEEP. Tq the, Editors of the Sydney Herald. Gentlemen.-You are doubtless aware that many sheep-owners are still suffering to a" consi- derable extent-the pi evading disease carrying off numbers of their best^ and youngest sheepv and I regret to add, that in most cases all attempts to stay the ravages of this fatal distemper have been unavailing From my own observations, J* fear that few proprietors can reasonably consider their flocks safe from an attack, and I have thus deemed it a duty to my brother graziers, through the medium of your Journal, to offer them a brief statement of the fortunate cure effected in my flqcks at Cavan on the Murrumbidgee. The symptoms of the disease in its various stages, and the different modes of cure attempted, have been so ably described in tfye public Journals, that I shall not attempt a repetition, but will here merely notice that from peisonal observation, and from infoimation I have b en able to gather, I am un- a...

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