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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 November 1866

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.-Hereditary Debility. Taints of the constitution allowed to pass un- heeded and unpurified often develop themselves in the offspring, and cause many refractory maladies. The preventive of such sad conse Ïuences exists in ""these thoroughly cleansing 'ills, which may be taken with safety and effi- ciency from the advent of the first symptom to the departure of the last trace of deranged health. The printed instiuctions wrapped around every box are the best and simplest guides for all sufferers in search of a remedy for recent or chronic ailments, and this medicine is admirably adapted by improving the digestion and aiding assimilation for renovating the health of the naturally delicate, and for restor- ing the strength of the prematurely decrepit. To Cover, THE colonial-bred horse PICTON, Was got by W. L. Brockman, Esquire's thorough-bred Suffolk horse Escape. Els dam is a staunch mare, got by Toung Othello ; he stands 16| hands high, black, and rising 4 years old. P...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Toodyay, Northam, and Victoria Plains Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 November 1866

Toodyay, Northam, and Victoria Plains Agricultural Society. THE Annual Meeting of this Society has taken place, and in every respect passed off most satisfactorily. The several attractions during the two days' gaiety brought together an un- usually larye number of people, so much so indeed that this years' gathering may be said to have equalled any that can be recollected in the Toodyay District. Whether the show of Stock, the Annual Meeting oftlie Society""the Dinner, the Races, or the Ball, be taken into consideration, there seems to h?ve been but one prevailing opinion as to the general success of the whole Meeting. On Tuesday morning the 30th October, the Show of Stock was held on the Society's grounds, Newcastle, when the following prizes were awarded : Chitty-Best Colonial Horse for breed- £ s. ing for Indian Market ... 5 0 Morrell-Second do. do. do. 2 0 Chitty-Best Mare for do. do. 2 0 Drummond-Best Imported Cart Entire 5 0 J. M'Pherson-Best Colonial do. ... 3 0 Leeder-Second...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 November 1866

For london Direct. THE clipper barque ZEPHYR, >A 1, 409 tons register, E. EL- LIOTT. Commander. Has good accommodation for passengers. l'or freight or passage apply to ^ J. GK C. CARR, Perth. FRANCISCO BEOS., Fremantle. for Melbourne. THE Schooner GEM, ¡.shortly expected from Singapore, _i will bave quick dispatch on ar- rival, tor the above port. For freight or passage apph to T. & H. CARTER & CO. fremantle, Sept. 14,1866. For adelaide. (Calling at King George's Sound.) THE regular Trader "EMILY S M I TH." shortly expected from Adelaide _will return with all dispatch, having the greater portion of her out- ward cargo engaged. For Freight or Passage apply to T. & H. CARTER & CO. Fremantle, October 3rd, 1866. FOB- LONDON. IHE clipper barque FITZROY, Al 14 years, 573 tons register, J. MAIL LABD, will leave for the above Port about the first week in January. The vessel has superior accommodation for passen- gers. For freight or passage apply to C. A. ...

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

$ert& êa^ite # Ml. i. iinus. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Shakspeare. FHDlxN07ÍMBElR9rÍ866! NICKOL BAY. THE arrival of the Mystery placed the Go- vernment in possession of Mr. Sholl's re- ports of the state of his district, covering also the accounts of two exploring expe- ditions which had been made. The most noticeable of these exploratory trips is that to Exmouth Gulf in search of a suit- able site for a shipping port, in which it was unfortunately unsuccessful, but in other respects it was important, as deter- mining the fact that the Curlew River is identical with the Ashburton, and also for a more complete exploration of that river than had previously been made up to a certain point, at which it is satis- factory to know that when the party were obliged to turn back the country the was rapidly improving, and the probability is that the higher portions of that river drains land much superior to anyth...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 9 November 1866

Important Sale at Fre- mantle ! ! ! MR. SAMSON, (GOVERNMENT AUCTIONEER,) WILL Sell by Auction, at his Stores in Cliff-Street, ON THURSDAY NEXT, THE 15TH NOV., AT li O'CLOCK PRECISELY, A LARGE QUANTITY of Merchan- dize, comprising-Dawson's Beer in   bottles, Allsopp's do., and Marzetti's do., Rum in hhds. and qr.-casks, Booth's Old Tom in qr.-casks, Whiskey, Sherry in qr. casks and cases, Salad and Castor Oils, Vinegar, Marmalade, Jellies, Allspice, Soda (bi-carb), Composite Candles, Es- sences, Colman's No. 1 Starch, Satin Glazed do., Arrowroot, Epsom Salts, Hair Oil, Day and Martin's Blacking ; Colza, Linseed, and Boiled Oils ; Turps, White Lead, Window Glass, Sugar ; Wellington, Blucher, Prince George, and Women's Boots; Fancy Soaps, Perambulators, Children's Cots. ALSO, Corrugated Iron, Envelopes, Letter Books, Corn Sacks, Navy Canvas, Twine, Horse Shoes, Bellows, Hay Forks, Corn Crushers, Lamps, Brads, Files, Dish Covers, Negrohead and Cavendish To- bacco, Cigars, P...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 November 1866

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ITALY. ., ferions disturbances have taken place in ^Reily. Knmeroos hands from the mountains, ft,is said,, had taken np entrenched positions .jn¿ varions" part» oí the city of Palermo, and .OOfljUbnot fee driven out. The government has «¿ted wkfc great energy. Fourteen battalions ^tíoopa were despatched to Palermo, where ^i^tauupgedul ia landing on Sunday, Septem %|¿ftw l^^Wid inwftediately advanced against the insurgents. The latter opposed the troops, and fighting appears to have taken place daily up to September 22, on which day the royal troops had full possession of the city. Official intelligence states that the bands had been dis- persed, and 200 arrests had been made. The insurgents left behind them a considerable quantity of firearms. On the night of the 22nd Palermo was illuminated, ^and the houses were decorated with flags. Neither the bank nor the prisons were broken open during the dis- turbances. TURKEY. THE DISTUBBANCES IN CBETB. An official teleg...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 November 1866

ENGLISH NEWS. Dr. Pusey is about to follow up his cele- brated " Eirenicon " by another volume, which will shortly appear, entitled, "Cannot Rome Give Authoritive Explanations which the Eng- lish Church Can Accept ? " The deaths from cholera in London, during last week amounted to 98 ; but apart from this visitation the health of the metropolis is better than the average. The mortality in Liverpool is deplorable, being at the rate of 53 per 1000. The blue mist, which is said to indicate a cho- leraic atmosphere was observed at Greenwich five days last week. Nothwithstanáing all the vigilance of the authorities it is evident that there are large quantities of arms in Dublin in the hands* of people who have no right to possess them. Every now and then this is proved by the detec- tion of some person whose want of caution leads to his arrest. A few daj s ago an elderly and respectable-looking man named Dillion, was brought before the magistrate at Cape-Street Police-office charged with...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 November 1866

NEW ZEALAND. The new tariff came into operation on the 28th ultimó at all the New Zealand ports. The duties are very heavy. The removal of the General Assembly to Christ-church is determined on. Auckland datos to the 2nd instant say that the Hawke's Bay natives are likely to be troublesome. Waikatos are at present power- less, but it is said that when the military have gone they will attack Napier. Burgess, Kelly, and Levi, the Maungatapu Gap murderers, were executed at Nelson on the 5th, protesting their innocence». The Curacoa and Eclipse have sailed for Eng- land. Commodore McGuire has taken formal command of the Australian squadron.

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 November 1866

VICTORIA. Parliament has been prorogued till 13th No- vember. It is not expected to meet, however, till February. The Intercolonial Exhibition was opened by the Governor on the 23rd with much ceremony. The opening was highly successful. Sir Red- mond Barry resigned the Presidency of the Commission from some difference of opinion with his colleagues as to the time of opening. A deputation from the unemployed waited on the Government and asked for an issue of Treasury notes, to bear interest as loans, to le spent on extra public works. It led to n result. A great flood has taken place in Melbourne. All ¿he low grounds in the city were covered with water, and the traffic on the St. Solda and Sandridge roads was stopped. The farmers are agitating for a protective duty on imported wheat and flour. Bourke, a New South Wales bushranger, had been.committed'for shooting a young man named Hurst, at Cranbourne. He was shot in the leg by Hurst, and then fired and shot the latter dead.

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EAST INDIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 November 1866

EAST INDIES. We have most disastrous intelligence from the Bengal Presidency-the famine has been followed by pestilence, cholera is striking down its victims by wholesale ; we should scarcely however have said " followed by famine "-for the latter al- though diminished, still prevailed to a great extent. We regret to notice the death of the Bishop of Calcutta, who was drowned at Kooshtea, having slipped off a plank in landing from a steamer, and was swept away by the current. We take the following from the Cal- cutta Englishman of September 26 : "AUSTRALIAN MAHOGANY - I he "Maulmain Ad Tertiser" take» rather a gloomv prospect of the timber trade of that port. At prese t the traite is quite flat, an i ana it is mentioned that splerd d Muhog ny can be ob- tained Irom Western Australia at three pounds thirteen shillings and six pence per ton. This famous wood is said to be virtually indestructible, both y white ant and nea worms, and is being introduced into India as railway sleepers. ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 November 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The weather during the month has been delightful-cool, with almost daily showers. The crops are looking most promising, and it is now practically certain that we shall have an abundant harvest. The clip of wool promises to be satisfactory; The commercial crisis has in a great degree passed over ; but money is still very scarce. Mr. Reynolds brought forward a motion of no confidence in the Government which was negatived without a division. The Bill for the amendment of the Consti- tution Act has been rejected by the Assembly. There wa3 a Call of the house on the second reading. The Government introduced to both Houses of Parliament resolutions for the abandonment of the Northern Territory, and for the repayment to purchasers of the money paid by them for land. These resolutions were carried in the Council, but negatived in the Assembly. The general feeling is in favour of prosecuting the survey, and the Government has advertised for tenders for the survey of 300,000 ...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 November 1866

Cormpntona. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette Sç W. A. TimetfL. SIB,-I only became aware for the first timlK on 17th current by the receipt from a friend here (an old West Australian) of a eopy of your issue of 8th June, 1866, of a letter which you published in it, and which you there state to have been copied from the Melbourne Argus, signed/ "Thomas Baynton, Jun.," and dated " Nickol River, Nickol Bay, North-west Australia, 20ttt^ February." I have tried in every way to get a** copy of the Argus containing the said letter but have been unable to do so. As the letter is clearly libellous however, I have taken steps by this mail through my Solicitor in Melbourne, to obtain reparation from the owners of thai: paper and, when I can reach him, of the writer of it. Its being written and published at the time it was shows deep design if possible to injure me, both on the part of the writer and the owners of the Argus, because they were in the actual knowledge of my somewhat prolonged ab...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 November 1866

QUEENSLAND. Several large fires have taken place in Bris- bane. The destruction of property has been very large. The heaviest portion of the losses falls on English Insurance Companies. A fire was discovered at the rear of the Parliament Buildings, supposed to be the work of an in- cendiary. The Government and the Insurance Offices have each offered a reward of .£500 for the discovery of the pe petrator of the crime. Telegraphic communication between Bowen and Condamine has been established.

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THE DEATH OF MR. W. W. BROWNE. (From The Lahore Chronicle, June 23rd, 1866.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 November 1866

THE DEATH OF MR. W. W. BROWNE. (From The Lahore Chronicle, Jane 23rd, 1866.) MOST of our readers will have read the extract in a recent issue of the Englishman headed "The death of Mr. W. W. Browne." The ex- tract is taken from an Australian paper and was probably discovered merely by accident. A sadder story it has seldom been our lot to read, and we do not envy the feelings of the man who could read it without emotion. Mr. W. W. Browne, the wretched outcast who dragged his blighted name and ruined prospects to Aus- tralia, who died miserably by his own hand far from wife and children, without a friend to hear his parting words, without a hand to close his dying eyes, was none other than Mr. Walter Brett, the late Editor of the Englishman, and a man ot considerable note in the Calcutta So- ciety of his time. The story is only half told as yet. The curtain, so far as it has been lifted, shows us nothing but the miserable death-bed of the poor suicide, and we are left to conjecture t...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 November 1866

To the Editor of the Perth Gazette 8¡ W. A. Times. SIE,-I noticed the remark you made in your last number with reference to what passed in the Insolvent Court on Wednesday last, the 7th' inst., between His Honor the Chief Justice and myself, as a creditor of Bobert Hicks, an In- solvent. In order to put yourself and the public in possession of facts, 1 must tell you I addressed the following letter to His Honor on the 23rd ult.-to which he replied through the Regis- trar, on the 29th. I leel well assured, from the style of his reply, that my letter annoyed, but why it should have done so I am quite at i loss to imagine ; you will, I am certain, allow the wording of my letter was in most respectful, terms, it only pointed out a severe grievance, and a request lor an alteration of day of sit t.ng of the Insolvent Court. This was the front of my offence ! ! ! On the Wednesday alluded to, after being de- tained in the Court until 2 p.m., while a jury case was being tried, I was allowed ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 November 1866

NEW SOUTH WALES. Heavy rains have prevailed in several places throughout the colony during the month. The second reading of the new Education Bill has been carried by a large majority. It has been much discussed in Committee, and vigorously opposed by the Roman Catholics.

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 November 1866

NEW ZEALAND. THE scene at the execution of the Maun gatapu murderers is thus described in the Nelson " Examiner " : The proccession then moved towards the scaffold, Burgess and Levy ascended the rather lofty flight of steps with considerable composure of manner, whilst Kelly required assistance to enable him to mount the scaffold, evidently lingering in the rear of his companions in crime as long as it was possible to do so. And here ensued a scene of the most painful nature, one which almost baffles description, but which, nevertheless, it is hardly possible to regard otherwise than as a consistent and appropriate finale to this most extraordinary tragedy. Immediately on reaching the flooring of the scaffold, Burgess placed himself under the cen- tre rope, which he kissed, saying that he greeted it as a prelude to Heaven, then knelt, and, as far as we could hear, or were able to learn, these were the last words that he uttered audibly upon earth. Levy knelt at the side of Burgess w...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 November 1866

To the Editor of the Perth Gazette $ W. A. Times. DOAB MB. EDITOB,-Can you inform the pub- lic, when the Hampton Bridge at North Fre- mantle is likely to be declared open, as most in the town appear to wish to make a holiday of the occasion, and in some way, show to our good architect that we really are, (after all that has been said,) glad of such a Bridge, one that must have cost him much anxious thought, and deep study. I really think there is not a person in the colony who would not be pleased to congratu- late that gentleman, on its successful comple- tion; even the most timid and dissatisfied ac- knowledge it has already stood three of the strongest gale3 that have blown for these twenty years. An elaborate iron bridge would certainly have been more ornamental ; but one, for such a span, would have cost from 30 to 40 thousand pounds ; this would have required a toll to be levied on man and beast, and all kinds of ve- hicles, which would have pressed very heavily upon the poor ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 November 1866

For london Direct. THE clipper barque ZEPHYR, >A1, 409 tons, register, E. EL _JIIOTT, Commander. Has good jmmodation for passengers. C^-For freight or passage apply to J. G. O. CARR, Perth. FRANCISCO BEOS., Fremantle. Por Melbourne. ' \ JÉA ' TEE Schooner ^?k ± GEM, ' ^flBp^shortly expected from Singapore, -^BHW^II haye quick dispatch on ar- rival, for the above port. For freight or passage apply to T. & H. CARTEE & CO. Fremantle, Sept. 14,1866. For adelaide. (Calling at King George's Sound.) THE regular Trader "EMILY SMITHS just arrived from Adelaide _will return with all dispatch, having the greater portion of her out- ward cargo engaged. For Freight or Passage apply to T. & H. CARTER & CO. .Fremantle, October 3rd, 1866. FOB LONDON. THE clipper barque FITZROY, Al 14 years, 573 tons register, J. MAIL IIABD, will leave for the above Port about the first week in January. The vessel has superior accommodation for passen- gers. For freight or passage ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 November 1866

C. ßEICHBERG, WORKING DENTIST AND JEWELLER, Hay-Street, Perth. (Opposite St. George's Cathedral.) ARTIFICIAL MINERAL TEETH Single and in whole sets, made and fitted with gold or platina plates, or with vul- canite, and guaranteed to wear well and masticate with quite comfortably. ALS O, ARTIFICIAL GUMS With Teeth, in cases when the gums have been lost. ALS O - JEWELLERY of every description set with precious stones in the best style of workmanship. Fremantle, 9th March, 1866. C. Reichberg has done several jobs in fine gold Jewelry for us, and given us every satisfaction. We consider him an excellent workman. « -, S H. ASHTON. A. FRANCISCO. ° ' } C. A. MANNING, L. SAMSON.

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