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

Jwtfe erlitt * 5®. S. ©inus. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Sluikspeare. FMDIXNOVËMBER 16, ism. THE European September Mail brought us but little intelligence relating to this colony. The Governor said that he had not a* word of any public interest, but a private letter dated September 25, con- tains the following passage which, per- haps, may be somewhat interesting to him : ."I am afraid the Governor will be very much disappointed when he receives the news that the Secretary of State cannot confirm his recommendation that his Son should be Comptroller General. I am not sure, but I believe, Maxwell Lefroy has been appointed Acting, until the ex- piration of Capt. Newland's leave, which I expect will continue till they find another place for him." Of other political intelligence either public or private there is none. The Bride with emigrants, wai at Gravesend, and was to sail on the 27th. The Corona, convict ship,...

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

THE PEACE. It is now officially stated that the process of annexing Venetia to Italy will be according to the established practice, a vote of the people. Austria is said to have no part in this stipu- lation. She is to hand over the province to a French commissioner, and then the latter will arrange with the Venetian authorities for the registration of the popular vote. The King of Prussia has extinguished the indépendance of Hanover. The other day he received a deputation of Hanoverians, praying him not to annex the kingdom to Prussia, but to be contented with makiug it part of the North German Confederation. The King replied at considerable length. He was very suave, but very resolute, and gave the deputa- tion clearly to understand that Hanover was gone as a separate kingdom. One of the deputation told him that this resolution would cause much dissontentin Hanover, but the king was not to be moved.-The King of Hanover, it is said has saved nearly seven millions ster- ling. The de...

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THE WEST AUSTRALIAN COURT. (From the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 November 1866

THE WEST AUSTRALIAN COURT. (From the Argus.) The colony of West Australia, which though established as far back as 1829, is yet the most thinly populated of any of the Australian settlements, has notwithstanding its few (20,000) inhabitants, furnished a very credit- able court, not abounding in evidences of pros- perous-industries, but somewhat rich in re- sources of wealth which might be turned to enormous profit. The commissioners here are Messrs. J. B. Were and R. H. Bland, who have published a special catalogue of the exhibits in the court, prefaced by a series of valuable remarks upon the colony and its pro- ductions. Chief among the latter are the woods, of which West Australia may be justly proud, for they" comprise some of the most valu- able in the world. The specimens furnished are splendid and come mainly from the Central Committee at Perth, and Messrs. B. Mason and H. Saw, of the same city. The principal timber trees are of the eucalyptus or mrytle family, and the most u...

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GREAT SHIP RACE FROM CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 November 1866

GREAT SHIP RACE FROM CHINA. The arrival on Sept. 6 in the Downs, off Deal, of three of the nine clipper ships engaged in a great ocean race from China created much in- terest in the City. Nine ships were engaged in the contest. They were as follows, together with the times of their respective departures from Fro-chow-Foo :-Ada 686 tons, sailed June 5 ; Ariel, 863 tons, May 30 ; Black Prince, 750, June 3; Chinaman, 688, June 5; Fiery Cross, 689, May 29 ; Flying Spur, 731, June 5 ; Sérica, 708, May 30 ; Taeping, 767, May 30 ; and Taitsing, 815, May 31. The ships were laden with the first cargo of teas of the season ; an additional freight of 10s. per ton is allowed the owner by the consignee of the cargo to the first ship arriving in dock, hence the competition for the prize. It appears from ' Lloyd's List ' that the Sérica, Ariel, and Tae ping passed Foo-chow-Foo bar for London all on one day-the 30th of May. The Fiery Cross sailed from the same place on the pre- vious day, the 29th,...

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

HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS.-All aÄicted with bad legs, sores, ulcers, and skin diseases, who, from want of means or other reasons, cannot avail themselves of surgical treatment may be relieved from their complaints bj' using Holloway's purifying, soothing, and healing remedies. In every outward ailment this wonderful Ointment brings about the most beneficial results, by checking inflammations, cleansing ulcérations, and restoring soundness. Internal pains, rheumatic and gouty tortures, enlarged joints, scrofulous swellings, and con- tracted sinews may beovercoine by diligently rubbing this cooling unguent into the skin. In all maladies of unusual severity or excessive duration the Pills should be taken, to root out the last seeds of the disorder and so hasten the desired cure. D3 J.COLLIS BROWNE'S cJCHLORODYNE.3^ CHLORODYNE. CHOLERA, DYSENTERY, DIARRHOA, CRAMP, AGUE, FEVER, RHEUMA- TISM, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, COUGH, &c. All pain, vomiting, and distress ceases in a' few min...

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

COMMISSARIAT. Tenders for Treasury Bills. TENDERS, in duplicate, will be re- ceived at the Commissariat Office, Perth/until NOON on THURSDAY, the 32nd instant. Tenderers to state the amount of pre- mium per cent, which they are willing to give. ' Preference will be given to the Tenders offering the highest premium, and in case of equality as to premium and their amounting together to more than the som required, the amount accepted will be divided in proportion to the amount of such tenders, if the parties are willing to take Bills for a less amount than that for which they have tendered. Tenders for Bills under ¿6100 will not be noticed. Information of the result of Tenders from Fremantle will be given by the after- noon mail on the 22nd instant. J. W. BOVELL, Deputy Commissary General. Commissariat, WA. ) Perth, Nov. 15,1866. j "Work, at Gruildfbrd for Car- penters and Painters. TENDEES (in duplicate) will be re " ceived at the Commissariat Office, Perth, until NOON on THURSDAY, th...

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

Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS November 9.-Emily Smith, 142 tons, W. Davidson, master, from Adelaide. Passengers -Miss Nesbet, William Hines, James and Jane Weedon. Same day.-Wild Wave, 28 tons, Petitt mas- ter, from Bunbury and Vasse. Mr. Mrs. and Miss Cook, Mr. S. Porter, wife, and family Cargo-«1 kegs butter, 98 bags potatoes, 33 hhds. oil, 6 bales whalebone, 1 bale of bacon, 2 do. wool, 2 do. leather ¼-cask wine, and sundry parcels and luggage. 13.-Sea Bird, 41 tons, Lewer, master, from Vasse with 30 loads of timber for Champion Bay, sailed same day for that port. Pas- sengers landed at Fremantle, Mr. M'Gibbon, and 2 others. 15.-Albert, 24 tons, M. O'Grady, master, from Champion Bay. Cargo-201 bags flour, 35 do. oats. Same day.-Black Watch, 93 tons, Captain Stuart bound to Colombo, put in for water, having on board 50 tons coals, 50 bags flour, 71 tins paint, 9 cases hats, 30 «sheep, 15 bales hay, 655 bags boncdust. In cabin 2 passengers (names not given) will sail to-morrow mor...

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GUILDFORD. (From our own Correspondent.) Nov. 15, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 23 November 1866

GUILDFORD. (From our own Correspondent.) Nov. 15*1866. Unaccustomed as we have been of Igte yean to such a splendid Bdason/the present weekly rams appear strange. In July such warm Weather as we had then* little foreboded what was to follow; and at the period when the wet season formerly ended, this year it has rained ? regularly every thted days, and for the last few - weeks Saturday brings rain or a doll day-and thiflvis'the middle ofjNovember ! > Y "On the 7th Instant Mr. Lawrence gave us his lecture on moral "Dominoes." Many good things were said,'but we are more ready to acknowledge than, to break off, convenient though,pot praiseworthy habits. There was a "good attendance, but, except when amuse- ment in the "shape of "Mrs. Piddiooddy" is offered, our people seldom interrupt the Lecturer with repeated applause. We prefer silence.   ) Things can be said for, as well as against our Second attempted Volunteer Movement, and as " our " pet has taken one side I have ...

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YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 23 November 1866

YORK. ne 50 WE haye been requested to publish the follow- ing Address to Dr. McCoy (who leaves the colony by the next overland mail) and his Reply: York, 24th November, 1866. DXAB SIB,-We, the undersigned, inhabitants and settlers of York and Beverley, cannot allow you to lee ve York without some expression of esteem and approval of your conduct as a medi- cal man, a magistrate, and a gentleman, during your residence amongst us for a period of over six years. As a medical man you hold the highest place in our estimation ; many of us feel that it has often been owing to your skill and unremitting attention, under the mercy of Divine Provi- dence, that our lives have been spared to us in several dangerous illnesses. The remem- brance of your services will be ever fresh on our memories, and we deeply feel the loss we shall sustain from your absence. No other medical practitioner however skilful can, "until the lapse of time," expect the same amount of con- fidence .we have ever placed ...

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Mining Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 23 November 1866

MÜning Reports. MB. Samson, the Colonial Manager of the Wheal Fortune Mine, sends us the following : Fortune Copper Mining Company, Limited, Champion Bay, W.A., 31st October, 1866. SIB,-I beg to submit for your consideration my Monthly Beport, with the following obser- vations on the different points of operations throughout this mine : WILLIAM FREDERICK ENGINE SHAFT.-50 N.E. end.-Driving by 4 men, lode 3 feet wide, composed. <of lead, spar, lime, and blende, situated in' a gneiss rock. I expected to have reached the large run of lead ore in this end now working on in the 12, 20, and 30 fathom levels before this, and the only reason I can ac- count for not reaching the same is, that either the run of lead ore has reversed its line of inclination from S.W. as in the upper levels, to N.E. or that, the lode has split at or about 5 fathoms under the 30 level, and the productive part now standing in the foot-wall ; if the latter, we shall prove it in six (6) weeks or there- ab...

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CHAMPION BAY. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 23 November 1866

CHAMPION BAY. (From our own Correspondent.) A short account of our Ball in connection with the agricultural and racing interest was pro- mised, but neglected ; all that can be said of it is that it was a most complete success. The arrangements forthe comfort and convenience of the visitors were all that could be desired, and reflect the greatest credit upon the Stewards, whose names alone were a guarantee for all be- ing done that could be done. The Court House, kindly lent by the Besident Magistrate for the purpose, was handsomely and tastefully deco- rated; the refreshments would have been a credit to any assembly in any country town in the old country, where such grand things are expected. In music we were equally fortunate, the piano being played by the ladies present, each endeavoring to add to the harmony and success of the undertaking. There were about 80 persons present, and the only regret uttered up to this time, has been from some of the ab- sentees who did not think such...

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Correspondence. GREENOUGH RELIEF FUND. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 23 November 1866

Carmpnimta. GEEENOUGH BELIEF FUND. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette 8¡ W. A. Times. SIE,-A short report of the proceedings of the Committee of the above Fund would have been furnished long ago, for the information of those who subscribed so generously for the relief of the sufferers by the disastrous fire on the Flat3 during the harvest time of 1863 and '64, but for the lamented death of one, the illness and absence from the District of other members of tiie Committee, have hitherto prevented the publication. It has been advanced by some as an excuse for not contributing anything towards the Fund, that the great loss might have been over- come without such assistance being rendered ; but happily for the sufferers this class of people who are ever ready with their sympathy but not so with relief, form only a very small por- tion of our community, and those who looked upon the hundreds of acres of burned wheat, with miles of fencing utterly destroyed, can as- sure the kind donors to...

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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 23, 1866. Summary for the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 23 November 1866

fartfe êaptt* # M. â. Kims. " Be just and fear not j Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Shdkspeare. PR^DTY7N^VEMBER237I8&6] Summary for the Mail. THE most important events of the month have been the Annual Meetings and Stock Shows of the Northern and Eastern Agri- cultural Societies. To take them in the order of their occurrence, we first refer to that held at Geraldton, Champion Bay, which also was, apparently, the most suc- cessful, as well as regards the quality of the stock exhibited, the Eeport on the state of the district, and the enthusiasm with which the proceedings were con- ducted. The Show was particularly good in entire horses, bulls, and sheep, the animals in each class being such as would do credit to the breeders in any country. The sheep, in particular, are spoken of in terms of more than admiration, and sur- prised even dwellers in the district. Wethers weighing from 85 to 901bs. each, and lambs vieing with their mothe...

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PINJARRAH. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 23 November 1866

PINJARRAH. (From a Correspondent.) Thursday, November 15, was appointed here for the annual inspection and parade of the troop of Mounted Volunteers belonging to this district. As usual on similar occasions this took place on the lawn before the residence of Captain Fawcett, the hospitable leader of the corps. The gallant Commandant accompanied by his amiable wife and son had arrived at Pinjarrah Park a day or two previously and the Esprit de corps of the Volunteers was laud- ably awakened and sustained, that each should present a soldierly appearance in the eyes of one so well qualified to judge as Colonel Bruce. The muster of troopers was very fair, al- though some few were unexpectedly absent, doubtlessly kept away by hay-making or some other equally necessary pursuit ; and when the men deployed in line before the Colonel and the guests invited for the occasion, the really well mounted riders in bright scarlet uniforms with glittering swords and helmets, formed a picture of eques...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 23 November 1866

¥Ä ;¿Sottöatfs P»K».-The Grand Secret* With tfcOariaMe temperature of this country ill« liealth will creep in unless the blood from time '<0, time be purified and noxious matters be ex« ¿eUedirom the body. In this the public may ne its own physician, Holloway's Pills may be 'purchased' at a trifling cost ; instructions for ¿taking them will be furnished with the Pills, and a little attention, with few restrictions, will .enable persons to keep themselves in health un- der very trying circumstances. These Pills act ae alteratives, tonics and aperients. Holloway's medicino should be ready for instant adminis rtration when the slightest symptom gives warn- ing of approaching indisposition. -?^-^------.--^----^ ;To Capitalists, Stock-owners, :, and Agriculturists. ^flltE undersigned has received instruc . X tions from the Trustees of the W"estem Australian Company, to offer for sale, the whole or any part of their'extensive Landed Possessions in the district of' Wellington, c...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 23 November 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A Select Committee of the Assembly have reported in favour of a tramway from Port Wakefield to Hoyle's Plains. The Government intend carrying an iron road northward from some point on the present Kapunda line. The Moonta Mining Company has declared another dividend, payable on November 1. Cobb & Co., the great Victorian coaching firm, have obtained a small number of contracts for the conveyance of the mails in this colony. The Co-operative Society have opened a store, which has been well patronised. Mr. B. H. Babbage is Commissioner for South Australia at the Melbourne Exhibition. A Select Committee to enquire into the management of the Adelaide Hospital has been appointed. Captain Burdge, of the barque Bosphorus, has been drowned at Walaroo whüe attempting to get on board his vessel. The immigration at Port Adelaide to Oc- tober 29, has been 5,911 ; emigration, 2,976. The cereal exports to October 20 (outports included) amount to ¿6576,238 17s. The Customs ...

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REPORT OF THE BOARD UPON THE BAR AT THE MOUTH OF THE SWAN ESTUARY. Perth, Western Australia, 8th November, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 23 November 1866

REPORT OF THE BOARD UPON THE BAR AT THE MOUTH OF THE SWAN ESTUARY. Perth, Western Australia, 8th November, 1866. SIE,-Pursuant to instructions from His Ex- cellency the Governor, the former Board on tibe Navigation of the Swan River assembled yesterday at Fremautle, for the purpose of examining its bar, and the upward channels from it, previous to the recommencement of operations for their further improvement. In the absence of the Harbor Master as a witness in a civil trial in Perth, the Coard was assisted in its labours by Mr. Butcher, the pilot of Fremantle, in the Harbor Master's boat. The new channel, 60 feet wide, near Rous' Head, blasted during last summer, was found to have a depth of 4 to 5 feet water in it at low tide, and a strong tide ebbed through it until met by the flood, which then commenced running inwards with equal velocity. The Board was informed that the set of the tide, both inwards and outwards, through this narrow channel, was thus generally strong and consta...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 23 November 1866

To the'Editor of the Perth Gazette Sf W. A. Times. SIR,-In your issue ot this day yon publish a letter from Mr. William Harvey, late Agent of the Denison Plains Pastoral Association, in reply to a letter of mine published in the Mel- bourne Argus and copied in your issue of June 8th, 1866, which I am, happily, enabled to reply to before leaving for Melbourne. First with regard to my letter published in the Argus and which excites Mr. (.Harvey's virtuous indigna- tion, I beg to state that it is substantially true, and was} written by me for the express purpose ot warning,the public against joining anew Company to be called the Nicol Bay Company, which Mr. Harvey proposed to build up on the ruins of the Denison Plains Association, with< one thousand shares at one hundred pounds per share. . Knowing the Denison Plains Company to be Insolvent I was determined to have nothing whatever to do with this new Company. I considered it an imposition on the public to endeavor to induc...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 23 November 1866

CO M MI S S AR LAX, Annual ßupplies, to cctao. mence on lst'r^A-pril^^LSe^. PERSONS disposed to offer Tenders for .Annual Supplies are referred to the printed.notice dated 1st inst., containing the cbnditions~'óf contracts, which may be seen at the Commissariat Offices at Perth, Fremantle, and Guildford, and also by application to the officers in charge of convicts at the out-stations; and they are requested to examine the notice carefully, as tenders will not be received on any other.terms. -, The í Tenders will be received until Noon on THURSDAY, the 13th Decem- ber next. NOTE.-Tenderers are reminded that the Contracts for Country Districts are for a radius of 25 miles from the Contractor's store; thel,supply to any other distance beyond that radius must depend upon a separate agreement. J. W. BOVELL, Deputy Commissary General Commissariat, Perth,-W.A., > 16th November, 1866. j FOT freight or Charter. THE-splendid A1 ship CLUTHA, 1060 tons register, Captain _Campbell, expected ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 23 November 1866

vt Tor 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 r J. G. C. CAER, Perth. FRANCISCO BROS., Fremantle. For -Adelaide. (Calling at King George's Sound.) THE regular Trader "EMILY SMITH." just arrived from Adelaide _will return with all dispatch, laving the greater portion of her out- ward cargo engaged. For Freight or Passage apply to T. & H. CARTER & CO. Fremantle, October 3rd, 1866. FOT Sydney, or the N". W. Coast, as inducement may offer, THE Brig "KESTREL," daily expected from Mauritius. Apply to T. «fe H. CARTER & CO. Fremantle, Nov. 15,1866. FOR LONDON. THE clipper barque FITZROY, Jil 14 years, 573 tons register, J. MAIL XA.BD, 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. MANNING, Or G. SHENTON & Co. " FOR SINGAPORE. \...

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