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To the Editor of the " Inquirer." [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 15 November 1843

To tJie Editor of the ' Inquirer.' Sir, — As I feel convinced you would not wish anything appearing in your paper to be in correct, allow m«j to ofier you, the following r raarks on an article by your reporter, in the Inquirer of the 25ih instant, relative to a meeting of the Bunbury Town Trust held on the 2nd October. In the first place then, your reporter would heve done better had he given the gist of what was said for us well as against the legality and propriety oi*l-o meeting, instead of quoting nearly the whole oi what was said by one person whose opposition arose (if I understood him aright) solely because he was not specially invited to at tend, and he therefore determined to oppose every proposition whether good, had, or indifferent; hut not being able 10 get any body even to se cond him in his propositions, his deadly rancour hi came so far abated, that he seconded one of the resolutions which he a short time before had declared must be considered illegal. Your re porter ...

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. 168.) 1841. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 15 November 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 MOOQg, ESQ. (Continued from No. 168.; 1841. January. — First stone of the new church laid in Perth. Offer on the part of Government to commute location duties on unimproved lands held under circulars B and C by payment of the respective sums of ninepencc and one shilling and sixpence per acre. Upset price of 100-acre allotments on the Preston River advanced from 10 shillings to 15 shillings per acre. February. — The Commissariat treasury-office broken into, and a chest containing money stolen therefrom. The chest, with ite contents, was recovered. Au individual was, tried ibr the rubbery, bul, acquitted. Much discussion as to claims for land under circulars B and 0. First report of the York Branch of the Agri cultural Society. A memorial from proprietors of land in the York district calling for ...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 15 November 1843

Stale by Auction without reserve. TO BE SOLD~BY AUQTION, Sy SSSesBra. IT. Wangles &, Co., On Saturday next, the 18th instant, at the Whaler's Inn, Hjy-strctit, Perch, at one o'clock precisely, npHE following goods:-— Gin, mm, whiskey, sherry, port and Cape wines, Manilla cigars, { 'inger, pepper, lamps, chairs, tables, and a arge quantity of useful goods. $Slf Samples and terms at the time of sale. Perth, Nov. 13, 184S. Ex ' Shepherd.' TO BE SOLD~BY AUCTION, By SZessrsfc F. XKangleB &. Co.* On Wednesday next, the 22nd instant, at one o'clock precisely, PORK in cafks and half casks Sherry, port, claret, champagne, and Madeira wines, in oast and bottlo Corks Nails Oilman's stores Clothing Canvas Vinegar Bottled ale and stout Gin, whiskey, and ruin Flour Stone-warp, crockery Guns, pencils, hooks, and oilcloth. g3gT A quantity of goods without reserve. Perth, Nov. 15 OH SAMS, ~~~ FINE TWANKAY TEA in chests, at 2s. perlb. White Manilla and other sugars in bags Fine Java c...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 22 November 1843

±3$ « Parkfield.' I TO DE SOLD~BY AUCTION, By xneBBrB. 3b. A, W. Samson, At thfiir rooms, Perth, on Saturday, the 26th of November, 1843, at one o'clock precisely, rpH E following goods, just arrived per the X above vessel, which are ail of superior quality, and will be sold at very low prices : — Prime mess pork, fine Cork rose butter, bot tled fruits, jams, jellies, pickles, sauces, mustard, basket salt, preserved salmon, black tea, eau de cologne, cherry brandy, liqueurs, Geneva in cases, JLazerac's cognac brandy in hhds. and qr. casks; bottled port, champagne, and sherry; claret, pale ale, porter, barrels of tar, coal do., black and bright varnish, black and white paint, seaming and roping twine, cordage, copper, iron, a quantity of fancy China articles, &c, &c Also, a short- horned cow. ggT Terms will be made known at the time of sale. * Perth, No». 21, 1843. Ex 'Timbo,' from Laixnceston* FOR^SALE, rpHE ENTIRE CARGO of the TIMBO, JL consisting of — Fine and seco...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 22 November 1843

3KSTBOBOX.OaiCA.Xi TABUL JBxtr act from a Meteorological Journal kept in the office of the Hon. the Surveyor-General, Perth. Date. Time. Thr. Bar. Wind. Weather and Remark*. Vm. 16 10 am 6p 3i.«04 w Moderate— cloudy— One. 4$ ra CV- 01 NW Moderate breeie— fine. BW Showers In the night 10 10 am 64 $0'M Strong breeie— showery. 4 pm 60 Co SW Kreih breete— cloudy— fln». )7 10 ah 68 86 NW Strong breete-squaUy. * pm 60 04 NW Strong squally breeie— rain. 18 10 am so 0- BVT Str.br^flne,tqlly.ulght^hower»- 10 1 pm 00 40-20 SWb.S Fresh breenyr-chowerc 90 10 am 01 SB gE r.lght— fine. - 4 fu 04 80 6W Moderate leabreexe- fine. 91 10 ak 07 80 BE Light air— cloudlcw iky.

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 22 November 1843

SHIPPING INT£X.UGENC£. Arrived. — On the 21st inst, the Timbo, fean, Lnnnceston and. Portland Bay. Cargo ;- Flour, 6eed wheat, wines and spirits, glass and earthenware, &c, &c. Same day, the Parhfield, from Sydney and Launceston, bound to Ceylon. Cargo : Wines, spirits, Irish pork and butter, ale and porter, India goods, &c, &c. '

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE CORN QUESTION. To the Editor of the Inquirer. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 22 November 1843

THE CORN QUESTION. To the Editor of the Inquirer. The Inquirer of the 8th instant, which con tained the very excellent letter by ' Unit,' on the Bubject of the important question of a pro tective duty on imported corn, contained also your announcement that in your journal of the following week a reply would be given to his observations. Remote and obscure as is this email section of the British empire, it is singular that no question of political importance, be it Chartist or Conser ? vative, Whig or Tory, free-trade or restrictive, is discussed at home, but has its advocates an d opponents here. Thus the question which forms the subject of ' Unit's' letter, when debated in the Legislative Council in the session of 1842, was the percussion-cap for the explosion of ail sorts of combustibles, from the tight-laced advo cate of restrictive principles of some of the debators, to the ** free-trade in its widest form1* of His Excellency. We do not stop to reflect how much the question here...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 22 November 1843

We have to apologize to our readers for print ing upon paper of so much morse quality than usual, AH the excuse that rot can make in the matter is, that there is no better to be had 'for love or money. V

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE INQUIUSE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 22 November 1843

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1843. By the arrival of the Parhfield and Timbo, we have news from the Eastern Colonies, the particulars of which we shall give in our next. Both these vessels bring goods for sale of various kinds, which we conclude some persons will be inconsiderate enough to purchase, not withstanding the critical position of the colony, which demands of every true settler the steady rejection of all imports. We believe that both the Banks have come to the determination of re fusing all accommodation to the purchasers of goods from these vessels—- atid a most righteous determination it ie. Our last week's remarks npon ' Units' letter on the Corn Question, have called up another champion for the protective duty with an odd similarity of name. Our first correspondent was ' Unit,' we now have ' Uniter,' who, alleging that our reply to ' Unit' was no reply at all, and considerately undertaking to expose our fallacies, and, he even fears, our sophistries, magnanimous ly avows h...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 22 November 1843

To bo let; for a terra of years, AFARWC of eighty acres of arable land, just enclosed with a substantial two-rail fence, of which about thirty acres are already cleared and cultivated, with two neat cottages and a kitchen, a barn, new dairy, stock-yard, stable, pigsliee, and paled garden, well stocked with fruit-trees. A herd of forty or fifty cattle on payment, and a right of run for one hundred cattle on the remainder of the estate, situate about four miles from York, and at present oc cupied by the proprietor. N.B. — The tenant will receive a liberal allowance for clearing the remainder of the enclosure. ALSO,— Two grants, containing fbur thousand acres of good land, of which about twmty are cleared and cultivated, with a few hundred ewes, if re quired, for an assured increase. ALSO,— A flock of sheep, in excellent condition, for 8n assured increase. To the tenant of these two grants a liberal al lowance will be made for improvements For further particulars apply to T. Mellersh, ...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the " Inquirer." [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 22 November 1843

COBRESFOWDENCB. To the Editor of the ' Inquirer.' Sir, — Am I premature in proposing the speedy establishment at Guildford of a monthly market for agricultural produce, and stock of all kinds; for I am unable to conceive any reasonable doubt of the general utility of 6uch an institution, Which is not based on a consideration of our scanty, scattered population, and the absolutely small amount of exchange which therefore has to be effected among us ? The advantages of such an institution ait* so numerous and undenia ble, that they would not appear to require enume ration, if it wore not the case, that the very idea of such a thing appears never, or, at all events, «ot of late years, to have been suggestcd.to, or by any one in the colony. That it has a greater tendency than any other institution could have, to render any quantity of agricultural produce al ways convertible into money at its real market value for the time being ; to protect both the producer and consumer from the petty...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 22 November 1843

Married, At Perth, on the 8th instant, by the Rev. J. B. Wittenoom, Thomas Forester Bed- ingfeld, Esq., of Australind, to Elizabeth,   only daughter of William Boys, Esq., of Deal, in Kent.

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 22 November 1843

FOR LONDON BIRPCT, (To sail the latter end of October, or the begin ning of November,) ? jc&£: rpHE fine fast-sailing BARQUE ^ffigjj§|v L 'Napoleon,' ftyDQwr N. Groves, commander. -^^^^Kw Has superior accommodations for pa«senger«, find has only room for a few tons of wool, &e , the greater part of her cargo being on board. Early applications for freight or passage are requested to DANIEL SCOTT, Fremantle. N.B.— Advances made on wool shipped on board if required. To sail, In all December, for England direct, if freight can be ensured, -ey»- rpHE fine fast-sailing SHIP jfflQjf^ X ' Shepherd,' jUESaEgr Narracott, commander, A 1. Has -^^^^fc» superior accommodation for passen gers. F. M ANGLES & CO., Agents for the Ship. N.B.— All wool and oil shipped per Shepherd trill bo covered by policy opened in London. To sail, On or about Saturday next, Nov. 25, jagSr rpHE cutter Water Witch, jKKSjgk JL for Leschenault, the Vasse, and, imEMhB* should reasonable inducement...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE LETTERS OF MARO On the Cultivation of the Vine; republished from the Sydney "Australian," at the request of the Council of the Society for Promoting the Cultivation of the Vine. (N. 9, continued.) Fermentation in general.—Vinous Fermentation.—Yest. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 22 November 1843

THE LETTERS OF MARO On the Cultivation of the Vine; republished from the Sydney ?? Australian,' at xhe request of the Council of th§ Society for Promoting the Cultivation oftht Vijie. (JV. 0, continued.) Fermentation in general. — Vinous Fermentation. — Yest. ' The yest of beer kept for tome days in a close vessel, and at the temperature of 70 to 90 degree*, unrirrgoes the petrefactive fermentation. If the contact of ox yfjen be allowed, that gas b converted Into carbonic acid, while probably a little water is also formed. Hence the yest nffonto carbon, and perhaps a little hydrogen, to the oxygen. The grofmds of the latter supposition -are, that the volume of carbonic acid is somewhat Ie6g than that of the original oxygen. When the yeet is pressed, so as to separate the chief quantity of water, and exposed to a fcentle heat, it dries into a hard granuler substance, which retains all the original properties for a great length of time. It pnuy be preserved much longer by dipping twig...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A LETTER TO HER MAJESTY'S PRINCIPAL SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE COLONIES, Upon the subject of Colonization, and especially upon the errors of the modern system of disposal of CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 22 November 1843

A LETTER TO UER MAJESTIES PRINCIPAL SECRE TARY OF STATE FOR THE COLON IRS, Upon the subject of Colonization, and especially upon the errors of tfue modern system of disposal of CROWN LANDS. Sin, — The official situation which you fill ie perhaps the most important which can be occu pied by man ; one by far too vast in its duties to be safely entrusted to any individual; and there fore one, the obligations and functions of which have never been properly discharged. It is not my intention, however, in the ob servations I am about to make, to dwell upon a truth to which experience, with the resistless march of the formation and expression of opinion, is rapidly compelling a reluctant assent from the arrogant self-importance of that small portion of the empire, the British Islands. Far less is it my desire to pander to the depravedly natural passion for self government, which is the cha racteristic of the present political mind ; or to advocate any system which (should increase the demo...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 29 November 1843

To sail, On Saturday t 2nd December next, for Port Leschenault y s&Mr T^HE 'Venus,' Thomas mas tiUKj£ffisf£ For freight or passage opplv to ^gMffftw- j, THOMAS & CO.', Fremantle. ^ For Sale, FT1II E fine entire horse-'Champlon,' rising I 3 yf-ars old, by Mr. Brockman's Punch,out of Old Phil. Champion was the wirmnr of the prize for tlio best entire horse for agricultural purposes at the last annual show of the York Agricultural Society. For terms apply at the office of this journal, or to Mr. J. F. Smith, Yungedin.

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 29 November 1843

For London direct, (To sail in three weeks from this date,) jr*§3£- HHHE fine fast-sailing-, newly-lmilt g£Q*lk, _L brig ?* Annie,' Charles Put *flfrlBr* ter commander, A 1 at Lloyds. ^SBt^Stm This vessel will take wool at 2d. perlb. fairly packed, or 2£d. per lb. if indifFerent ly put iip; and sails direct for the above port. She has also capital accommodation for four passengers. For freight or passage apply to -the Captain on Loard, or to L.& W.SAMSON, Agents. Perth, Nov. 24, 1843. ? FOR LONDON DIRECT, (To sail the latter end of October, or the begin ning of November,) «&- ri M1E tiue fast-sail ing BARQUE nffiJOim -*- 'Napoleon,' j9Qh0£ N. Groves, commander. JHKHw Jlaa superior accommodations for passengers, and hag only room for a few tons of wool, &c , the greater part of her cargo being on board. Early applications for height or passage are requested to DANIEL SCOTT, Fremanile* N.B. — Advances made on wool shipped on board if required. To sail, In all D...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Extract from a Meteorological Journal kept in the office of the Hun. the Surveyor-General, Perth. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 29 November 1843

SKET&OBOXtOeza&Xi TjSBIiE. Extract from a Mcteorohghal Journal kept in the office of' the Hon. the Surveyor- General, Perth. ? Date. Time. Tltr. Bar. Wind J Weatlier end Renutrks. Kov. 2* 10 am! 70 SOJ W Unlit air— fine— clear. 4 VK 71 1»! BW Krish sea breeze— fine. S» 10 am! 73 83 SB Light airs— clear, 4 ru ?; 18) SW Moderate sea breeze- fine. 31 IC am, 76 S2j E Moderate— clear. ♦ pm 01 Stl SB Very little wind— clear. 25 10 AM: 63 '21 E Moderate-clear. 4 pmi 97 Si' calm s?wUry — clear. M I Fm; 02 181 NE Light— flue— clear. 4 PM 85 17) SW Light sea breeze— line. S? 10 am 86 1SJ NNK Moderate— clear. 4 I'M1 -S8 Or): SW Light b«.— clear. 58 10 am 70 30181 SSW Fresh breete— flno. ?

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 29 November 1843

SHIPPING XNTSXi&XGEN&B. Arrived. — On the 23rd inst., the Annie, Potter master, from Latmceston. On the 25th, the cutter Venus % Thomas mas ter, from Lescheuault. Thr«;e passengers. In Hahbour. — The Shepherd, Napoleon, Armatat Ann-ct 2%imbot Parkjield, Water Witch, and Venus.

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 29 November 1843

We have to apologize to our readers for print ing upon paper of so much worse quality than usual. Ail the excuse that we can make in the matter is,' that there is no better to be had 'for . Ivve or money.'

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
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