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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVALS. Nov. 16.—BROTHERS, 17 tons, Wenn master, from Bunbury, Passengers — Messrs. Little, Smith, Marshall, and 2 prisoners. Cargo—23 casks butter, 3 bales wool, 1200 feet boards, 105 bags potatoes, 3 casks wine, 1 bale of   leather, and 5 pkgs. sundries. 17 FLYING FOAM, 36 tons, Cobb, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers—Miss E. Dyson, and Charles Hollis. Cargo—14 bales leaf tobacco, (under bond), 36 bags rice, 1 case eggs, 43 bags rice, and 4 pkgs. sundries. 20.—SEA RIPPLE, 187 tons, Captain Pringle, from Mauritius Passenger—Mrs. Pringle. 22.—Barque BRIDGETOWN, from China, with a cargo of tea. DEPARTURES. Nov. 16.—BLACK WATCH, for Ceylon, from Melbourne, put in for water. 17.—GEM, 99 tons, Captain Dawson, for Melbourne. Passengers—Messrs. McRae, Venn, Baynton, Brother Botthian, Miss Masterson, and Mrs. Bibra, in cabin; Alexander Campbell,   D. Patterson, A. O'Brien, B. Kennedy, Mary Kennedy, Margaret Harrington, William and Marth...

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THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON, AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 November 1866

I > THE LIYEEPOOL AND LONDON, AND ?*?» " » ty GLOBE INSUBANGE COMPANY. Subscribed Capital, £1,887,020. Paid-tjp Capital and Accumulated Funds, £1,311,905, Of which «£270,000 are invested in Victoria and New South Wales. Perth Agency, Western Australia. No reference to England required. LOSSES PAID IN MELBOURNE. Directors in Victoria Chairman-The Hon. James Henty, M.L.C. The Hon. Sir J. F. Palmer, Pre- sident of the Legislative Council; The Hon. James M'CuUoch, M.P. ; The Hon. Sir Francis Murphy, Speaker of the Legis- lative Assembly ; The Hon. Ifcobert Turn- bull, M.L.C. Swinton Boult, Esq., Secretary to the Company. W. Mu ray Eoss, Esq., J.P., Secretary, Melbourne FIEE ANNXflTIES.-LIFE. Fire Do.-m £580,000. Life Do. £200,000. Invested Funds £3,050,000. Funds invested in Australia £300,000. FERE DEPARTMENT. This company issues policies on pro- perty and goods, subject to the reduces rates of premium. The fire income in 1861 was £360,130. Class 1.-Detached buildings of brick or st...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 November 1866

C. REICÏÏBERG, WORKING DENTIST AND JEWELLER, Hay-Street, Perth.. (Opposite St. George's Cathedral.) 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 - ARTIF ICIAL GU MS 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. g -, S H. Ashton. A. Francisco. & ' l C. A. Manning, L. Samson. FVERYONEHISOWN PHYSICIAN For a period of thirty years, in every , country and clime (not even excepting1-c China and Tartary,) these Pills have ' established for themselves a lasting renown, such as no medicine ever enjoyed before ; and nowhere, perhaps, have they been more appreciated than by settlers, Diggers, and Emigrants i...

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GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 November 1866

GOSSIP.   Gossip says that His Excellency's reception at Champion Bay was not enthusiastic ; he was received with formal respect as Her Majesty's Representative, but nothing more. Gossip says that there is something wrong in the Insolvent Law, and that this colony at present offers the most tempting opportunity for dishonest tradesmen to get rid of their liabilities, without any fear of being made to suffer for their wrong doings. Gossip says that if the ensuing Overland Mail should bring the appointment of Mr. M. Lefroy to be Acting Comptroller General, it will be so severe a rebuff to His Excellency that he can scarcely retain his position here as Governor with any honor to himself, and that in any case, it will relieve the colonists from the morti- fication of having his son thrust into the office of Acting Colonial Secretary, should Mr. Barlee depart on leave of absence, as Governor Hampton is not likely a second time to draw upon himself a manifestation of the Home...

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CHAMPION BAY. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 November 1866

CHAMPION BAY. (From our own Correspondent.) You will rejoice to hear of the arrival of Mr. Hooley, on his return overland from Nicol Bay. He left Roebourne on the 16th October, and journeyed somewhat more inland than on his outward trip, and I am glad to say met with no difficulty whatever as to water. He will again leave for the new settlements in a short time,-with a large number of sheep, I believe about 3,000, partly on his own account and partly on that of others. We consider here that his successful opening of the overland route has added at least 5s. per head to the value of every sheep in this district. Mr. Hooley brought the first overland mail from Roebourne; the letters are dated two days after the departure of the " Clarence Packet ;" the only news they contain is that of the com- mencement of sheep-stealing by the natives, who drove off Mr. Anderson's shepherd by pelt- ing him with stones, and then stole several of his flock ; prompt measures were taken for the apprehen...

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GUILDFORD. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 November 1866

GUILDFORD. ] (From our own Correspondent.) ( My squib of last week roused up some of my friends to give me a bit of their minds, but angry wovds more expressive than ele ant are not the weapons to assail the truth with. I must, however, correct three mistakes which ap- peared in print : I said the new Court House was about 40 by 23 feet, but the two latter figures being reversed read " 32 ;" the word " called " ought to have been ceiled ; and the sentence, "5 months," should have been 6 months. To be accurate the room is 38 by 24. As a trustee of our Town Trust I must com- plain of the way in which the allotments have been mixed up with what is now declared to be another town&ite. In the map called " Guild- ford " supplied from the Survey Office, you will find allotments numbered from 1 to 100, when you cross the river to what is declared to be the townsite of West Guildford, but not mentioned on the map, and there the numbers are con I tinued up to 130; return to the centre...

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AUSTRALIAN GIPSIES. From the Australasian. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 November 1866

AUSTRALIAN GIPSIES. From the Australasian. I The life of a gipsy is, in books at least, a ver poetical one. He is, next to the detectiv policeman, upon whom Mr. Charles Dicken and Miss Brandon place so much store, a ro manee enshrouded mysterious individual, win spends his life in picturesque isolation, by thi side ot running stteams, and banks spotted witl violets and cowslips, representing, in the teetl of our nineteenth century civilisation, the wan dering life of a Bedouin of the desert. In thi eyes of the magisterial authorities he is simpl] a disreputable loafer, who is summarily con signed to gaol for surreptitious nocturnal ab ductions of sheep and fowls ; and terminate! his existence, if not in ¡Her Majesty's prisons in one of the ditches along which it has beei his habitude to prowl. In Australia we have no gipsies, but we hav< something very like them, and something mucl worse. One of our principal difficulties in this iufant state of our society is how to deal...

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SCAB IN SHEEP. [From the Australasian.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 November 1866

SCAB IN SHEEP. ? [From the Australasian.'] ' We have been favoured by the author, Mr. Alexander Bruce, chief inspector of sheep for New South Wales, with a revised edition of his pamphlet upon this destructive little parasite. Mr. Bruce has very clearly entered into the subject, and his useful little book embraces not only the direct cause of the disease in its con- tagious character, but after enlarging upon the symptoms which offer themselves so palpably to the eye of the flock-owner, fully describes, not only the most efficacious cure, but the particular and certain manner in which such cure may be applied. In Victoria, thp owners of sheep have had the benefit of the very excellent treatise on this disease issued by their own inspector, Mr. Edward M. Curr, a treatise which was pub- lished in consequence of a prize of £150 having been offered by the Legislature, and for which Mr. Curr was the successful competitor. After the announcement in the Assembly that the above amount was a...

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Meteorological Register from the 24th Oct., to the 23rd Nov. 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 November 1866

Meteorological Register from the 24th ! Oct., to the 23rd Nov. 1866. 3 BAEOMETEB. Inches. Maximum height . 30*200 Minimum height . 29-850 Mean height . 30 015 Range . '350 thebmometeb (in the shade.) Maximum Temperature at 7 a.m. ... 74-00 " at noon. 85 00 " at 4 30 p.m.... 79 00 Minimum Temperature at 7 a m. ... 60 00 " at noon ... 67 0» w at 4 30 p m ... 67 00 Mean Temperature at 7 a m. 66 50 " at noon . 74-53 " at 4 30 pm. ... 72-38 Mean daily temperature of the month 71-13 Minimum Temperature at night 5200 Approximate mean day and night temp. 64-60 Minimum temp, on the grass at night 39*00 iiygeometer (dry and wet bulb thermometers.) Maximum Temp, of dew-point at 7 a.m. 68-20 '« " at noon 66-80 " " at 4-30 p.m. 66-50 Minimum Temp, of dew-point at 7 a.m. 46-40 " " at noon. 54-30 " " at 4.30 p.m. 52-20 Mean Temperature of dew-point at 7 a.m. 57-10 "" at noon 6104 - " at 4-30 59-95 Mean daily temperature of dew-point 59-36 HTTMIDITT. Maximum degree of humidity during the month (com...

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THE NORTH COAST. [From the Australasian.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 November 1866

THE NORTH COAST. 9 [From the Australasian.'] - , Some time will elapse, it may be safely asserted, before another attempt is made to establish a settlement in the neighbor- hood of Van Diemens Gulf. Four times has the endeavor been made, and upon each occassion the result, reached with, more or less rapidity, has been a com- plete failure. At Melville Island, «t Baffles Bay, at Port Essington, and lastly at Adam Bay, has British enterprise striven to secure an abiding-place for the purposes of commerce and colonisation, but in vain. The first two were quickly abandoned ; the third, appointed and sup- ported by the Imperial Government, was clung to for twelve years, and then reluc- tantly surrendered ; the last was founded little more than two years «go, and the intelligence that its fate is sealed is but a few days old. The coast about this now celebrated gulf will surely come to be known as the hand of unsettled settle- ments. ' The last experiment in the work of North Australian c...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 November 1866

IMFÖJJNDED by the undersigned, and - 'will be sold to pay expenses if not claimed'in the usual time, a bay colt, two - years old, with black points, 14 hands 3 : inches high, branded w upon near shoul !< w der. Also, a bay colt, with black points, ^ abont 13f hands high, rising 2 years, . branded M on near shoulder. >L * SAMUEL E. BUBGOS. ;; Tipperary, York, Nov. 19,1866. [8s. 6d. 9 J. _ _ (-. }^ TMPOOTDED in the Public' Pound, I X Newcastle, on the 14th instant, one I dark brown (or nearly black) gelding, ^ stands over 15 hands high, 3 white legs, %~ (two hind and one off; fore) and white |; bjazeonface, collar marked, and brand g resembling fí on off shoulder. If not fe c)¿ímea wal be sold according to law, to BL-- -C - ^> <& ¿OSEPS B. BIDLEY, BjgL Iiewca8Üe,l5thNof,1866. [8s.t6d. To Cover. THE colonial-bred horse PICTON, Was got by W. L. Brockman, Esquire's thorough-bred Suffolk horse Escape. His dam is a staunch mare, got by Young Othello ; he...

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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 30, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 November 1866

Jertft êajelte * W» 1» dimes. ! " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Slwtkspeare. FRmIî7NOVËMBER3Ô7Î8^6! ! The drought of last year was undoubtedly, not only a cause of great loss of sheep but also of a diminished yield of wool this year from most of the flocks in the colony ; so far as we can ascertain the clip may be considered to average fr^m eight to twelve ounces per fleece less than last year, throughout all the flocks north of the Blackwood Uiver-a most serious loss not only to the flock-owners but also to the colony, and one which should bring about the earnest consideration and adoption of measures by which such may, as much as possible, be prevented should unfortu- nately the colony be again inflicted by a calamity of a like kind. It is true that, unlike other Australian Colonies, during the thirty-seven years of its existence, the past has been but the second year during which a sufficiency of rain has not fal...

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THE GERALDINE MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 November 1866

THE GERALDINE MINE. By letters received from Mr. Glass, the manager of this mine, by Mr. Carr, we are glad to learn the mine is again at work, the water having been entirely got rid of on the 16th Oct. since when 40 tons of ore have been raised ; the quantity would have been greater but for some delay from the pumps having got out of order, and a full compliment of miners not being obtainable. Convicts vu Wxstbbn Ausxbaxia.-The Go- vernor's report for 1865 shows that in that year 656 convicts sent from the United Kingdom arrived in Western Australia. The total number received up to the end of that year was 8,716, Deaths and escapes account for above 500 of them; 1,066 had become free by servitude, 4,189 had obtained conditional pardons, and 2,931 were still convicts, 1,847 of them ticket-of-leave holders engaged in pri , .Dr.Chanmng'slsttertoClAj. Borton 1067, p. 44. vate service, and others being chiefly probation prisoners employed on public works (making or repairing road and bri...

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COLONIZATION AND ITS DUTIES. IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 November 1866

COLONIZATION AND ITS DUTIES. 11 IV. ? We wish, before closing this paper, to take a peep at colonial education. It is not a subject into which we need enter closely. Colonial edu- cation has no very special features of its own. The object at which it aims, the difficulties with which it has to deal, the nature of the provision which must be made, and innumerable other kindred questions of the utmost practical im- portance, are much the same here as elsewhere. We find a like agreement in its broader, aspects, a like diversity in points of detail. National education is new even in the old European States, and inherits from antiquity neither good nor evil. The Colomes start even with them in the race. There is the less reason too for dwelling on the subject, as we all acknow- ledge the urgency of the duty. The difficulties which have so often stood in the way of state expenditure for directly religious purposes have not in the same way embarassed the cause of education. Where even scho...

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TOODYAY. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 November 1866

TOODYAY.. (From a Correspondent.) I The first bush fire this year took place on Saturday afternoon at a place known as Little Tipperary, and, I regret to say did not a little damage ; it is supposed to have originated from some person burning the grass round his field to protect it from fire, but however that may be Mr. Dempster's run was burned and the fire ran into the wheat of two cockatoo farmers Perry and Hoddy; the wheat itself was too green to burn, but the silver grass among it formed the fuel and the consequence was that the lower portion of the wheat stalks were scorched and killed and the whole plant is now on the ground. It is to be feared the corn was not sufficiently filled out for it to be turned into flour, but it will no doubt do for pig-feed- ing. Hoddy also lost about 4 tons of hay which he had stacked.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 November 1866

1 ^ COMMISSARIAT.. * Annual Supplies, to com- mence on%lst A.pril, 1867. PERSONS disposed to offer Tenders for Annual Supplies are referred to the printed notice dated 1st inst., containing the conditions of 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 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; the supply to any other distance "beyond thai radius must depend upon a separate agreement. J. W. BOVELL, Deputy Commissary General. Commissariat, Perth, W.A., ) 16th November, 1866. j Sale of Variety of Merchan- dize at Fremantle ! ! To follow Sale of Real Property on 3rd Bec. ME. SÄ1S0I, (GOVEEN...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 November 1866

For London Direct. ^^ FT1HE clipper barque glfo 1 ZEPHYR, |BH|&LA 1, 409 tons register, E. 3BHK»LI0TT> Commander. Has j accommodation for passengers. . l'Or freight or passage apply to ^J J. G. C. CARR, Perth. *C FRANCISCO BEOS., Frema: -For .A-deláide. (Calling at King George's Soun >^tó rpHE regular Trader JM 1 "EMILY SMIT1 iflB|§& just arrived from Adel Sp¡g|jfS¡y» will return with all dispa having the greater portion of her < ward cargo engaged. For Freight or Passage apply to T. & H. CARTER & C( Fremantle, October 3rd, 1866. For Sydney, or tne 1ST. V Coast, as inducement may offer, Ajh mHE Brig MÈBk 1 «KESTREL,]' ffPBfpk- daily expected from Maurit T. & H. CARTER & C Fremantle, Nov. 15,1866. FOR LONDON. ^AjEir nn^E clipper barque MÊ& 1 FITZROY, Al 14 years, 573 tons register, J. Ma labd, will bave for the above Port ab the first week in January. The ves has superior accommodation for pass* gers. For freigh...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 November 1866

S&OTtttÔ intelligente. ARRIVALS. " IÍ November 23.-Bridgetown, 314 tons, Harris, I master, from China. Passenger-Mr. H. Manges. 26.-Kestrel, 170 tons, F. Davis, master, from Mauritius. Same day.-Zephyr. 409 tons, Elliot, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Davis, and five children, Mrs. and Miss Shenton, Mr. Strickland and two daughters, Mrs. Liddelow, and daughter, and Bridget Blair. Cargo-20,703 bags lead ore, (193 tons) ; 7 tons lumps lead ore. Same day.-Sea Spray, 33 tons, W. Miles, master, from Champion Bay. Cargo-30 sacks oats, 104 do. barley, 25 pieces timber, 3 casks, potatoes, 12 do. oats. Same day.-Maude, 25 tons, T. O'Grady, master, from Champion Bay. Cargo-90 bags lead ore. Same day.-Swan, 35 tons, J. O'Grady, mas- ter, from Champion Bay. Cargo-3 casks and 6 bags salt and sundries. DEPARTURES. November 23.-Brothers, 17 tons, J. Wenn, master, for Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers W. Wellard, Mrs. Johnson and family, and John Grant. Cargo-1 case tobacco,...

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PROGRESS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [From the S. A. Register, Sep. 26.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 December 1866

PROGRESS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. I [From the S. A. Register, Sep. 26.] The annual report of Mr. J. Boothby, Government statist, has just been laid before Parliament. It shows that during 1865 there was a larger addition to the population than in any year since 1855, amounting to 9,264 persons, giving a rate of increase during the year of six and a quarter per cent., as compared with five per cent, during 1864, and three and three-quarters in 1863. The total inhabitants of the province, esti- mated from the returns of births and deaths and of immigration and emigra- tion by sea, numbered, on 31st December last, 156,605 persons-80,686 males, and 75,919 females. The excess of immi- gration over emigration by sea was greater during 1865 than in either of the previous ten years. The total addition to the population from this source amounted to 4,766 persons, of whom 2,642 were males and 2,117 females. The number of immigrants introduced at the public expense, or partly so, was 4,625, of whom...

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York Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 December 1866

York Agricultural Society. A Special Meeting of the York Agricultural Society was held at the Castle Hotel, York, on Wednesday, the 28th instant, Mr. John Sewell, 1 Jun. in the Chair. The Honorary Secretary handed the Chair *> man a letter from the Colonial Secretary, en ¿ closing a copy of the proposed Scab Act, on Í which he had called this Meeting. i1 The Chairman, having read the letter, re : marked that they were all aware from the ad ? vertisement what they were met to discuss. i--- He would read over the whole Act and then V parties would be prepared with their resolu §£ tions of assent or dissent. L Mr. S. S. Parker wished to be informed S "whether non-members would be allowed to p /speak on the nubject under discussion. The É .Chairman said he considered it was a question p __which concerned the public generally, and every £[~~ one present might express their opinion and |[ vote on any proposition brought before the fc meeting. The Honorary Secretary quite con %f corred ...

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