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CIVIL COURT. Refore W. H. Mackie, Esq., Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 5 March 1836

CIVIL CÖtiilT. Reforè W. //. Mackie, Esq., Commissioner. Georgie Green v the Sheriff of the Colony.-To recover the possession, or value, of a mare, plain- tiff's property, and damages for its detention-40/. The mare had been seized by the Sheiiff under process of execution issued upon a judgment lately recovered by Messrs. L. & W. Samson' against a person named Ougden, and as the latter's property. The seizure had taken place a few days 'before this trial. Plaintiff called- Thomas Salkilid-I was in company with Green and Ougden, at Ougden's house, about three weeks ago, or a day -or two more. They called   upon me to witness the sale of a mare by Ougden to Green, the plaintiff. Green gave 1L earnest money, and Ougden then gave the mare into Green's hands, and gave Green a paper ; I do not know what that paper contained. It was agreed, at Green's desire, that Ougden should take care of the mare for a day or two. I have this day seen the mare in the possession of ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Western Australian Journal, The
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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MARCA 5, 1836. "Neither conscience nor tast will suffer me to fight one class or interest against another, for separate benefit, or to take the narrow ground of undeviating panegyric." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 5 March 1836

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. J SATURDAY, MARCA 5,1036. t ' ' lJ-'ooö-- ' '?'.> "'',.''." 4tNèitker conscience nor taste will suffer n%e to ßght one class or. interest against, ai\ütjier\ for pepara}e benefit, onto.take the narrow ground of undeviating panegyric." - Tenders for Wheat-The. teriflêrs for wheat, tor the supply pi the local .government, were opened,-on ^uesday last.' The quantity required was 500' busliel^. Offers were made at from " 7s. tq^s. iOidi,in separate lots of 500 jand, 100 bushels. t It would appear sin- gular tiiat so small, a quantity was not tendered for by one 'person ; but this is , aatisfactprily ^exp'laíhedi by the fact^ that jmost of the farmers are holding back, in. expectation of an advance in price, and Jiave merely brought forward these'small lots to realise a little cash, to enable them >tó-cafry on thek operations. "^We\ have ,, ,no douait has proved ayjnattçrjqfi great , Ç04v,enjeuçevk(tq |iiaçy, .and vwill j he ,a , ¿«mm of savjng^. the...

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ENORMITY OF LAW EXPENSES. (From the Hobart Town Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 5 March 1836

ENORMITY OF LAW EXPENSES. (From the Hobart Town Courier.) Much has been said, and with much justice, on the enormity of law expenses. Until we had seen an interesting work just published, entitled 44 Scenes and Stories of a Clergyman in Debt," we were not aware that they were often greater in England than even in Hobart Town, and that too accord ng to law. It is to be hoped that the legislature will look into and remedy the evil, but; in the meantime the moral to be drawn should not be carelessly passed by, namely, to avoid, by every effort of industry, frugality and temperance, the most horrible slavery of getting into debt. 44 Suppose," says the clergyman, 44 a private in- dividual anxious to discount a bill, which not being mercantile, he could not get cashed through the medium of a city broker He is recommended to a person residing m some city square-who will do it for him ; or he is, as is still oftener the case, leferred to the person's agent, who is allowed is so much by his ...

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The State and Position of Western Australia, by Capt. F C. Irwin, late Commandant of the Troops, and acting Governor of the Colony. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 5 March 1836

The State and Position of Western Australia, by Capt. F C. Irwin, late Commandant of the Troops, and act- itng Governor of the Colony.   [continued.] The fallacies and misrepresentations of writers at home are exposed and re- futed with such truth, conciseness and temper, that we consider we cannot give a fairer specimen of the work than this extract presents.— ' Some allusions may here be expected to the   statements that have been made on the subject of labour. The writer of " England and America," in a passage already quoted, asserts, that, in this colony — " there has never been a class of laborers." The Literary Gazette of November 1831 states, that " to the want of labor, and to that alone, may be traced all the evils that have afflicted this infant settlement." A third writer (that on "South Australia") adds — " they may be traced, not to a want of labour absolutely, for plenty of workmen were taken to the colony by the first emigrant capitalists; bu...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 12 March 1836

Commissariat Office, Perth¿ * Marchi, 1836)'-v -^ TENDERS FOR FRESH MEAT f^fWALËD Tenders 'ir¿ Triplicate ^^ will be received at this Office on Tuesday,, the 29th March, at 12 o^ Clock, (marked "Tenders for Fresh Meat") from such Person or Persons as may be willing to contract for}. the supply of Fresh Meat/or the use of His Majesty s Troops, for Three Months certain, (from the 1st of April to the 3Cj£/* if Jurie next J in such Quantities as may be required from time to time at tfa following ¡Stations, viz. :--?' Perth, Upper Swan, Kelmscott, and Murray River i ; The Price per Pound to be Mated in figures and words at length ; and two sufficient Sureties will .' be required (whose names must, be stated iß^the Tender) jar the due performance dfßJie Contract, Parties tendering; or* their Agents, duly authorised, are requested to attrnd on the day the Tenders are opened Any further particulars will be made known on application at this Office. Dtp. Assist. Commissary General. /*, COMMIS...

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IMPORTS PER EAGLE, FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 12 March 1836

Imports ?m ÈAGL$,]k$5$ )¡$pétkyP [' 160 bushels oats, 3 tons! hay, ,3 cases muskets\ t cases hardware, 1 bale hops, 3 casks chocolate, 1 package drugs, i ¡task pearl ash, 10 casks Fort wine, 2 barrels rum, 1 hhd. brandy, 1 case segara, 5 tierces tobacco, 40 hoad of catilt, 100 tbeep, 30 to»» toola. ¿Ekratumí- lu our, report of'the case Green* v. ;.j-hej,Sheriff\u our last, it wast stated tlut>' thei judgment was given for the defendant-this wa. an oversight : it should have been lor tue plain tiff.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 12 March 1836

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL., ^ On the 6th instant, the Eagjex Captain, Pratt,' wJn^m'Syilney.- Stuck1 and general' cargo.*s . ; ' . On the-7th instant, put . back',, the Elizabeth, . Captain Passmore. . \ t«, X1¡X\^A ^ s w (i > . \ Lying in Gage's. Road8»-4ThV Elizabeth, and Eagle. \, ,, ~ . , ; " '~^K Vfhe iai¿Ze is expected'ttíWilvtb-niori}Ow for'the Vri Mauritius--The Elizabeth tóiíl'satLnnaí few,days. .W .MàilMorHpbart Town and Sydney wili be ojpen . pnt^onday afternopn. ^ ^,,"VijMlJ >

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MARCA 12, 1836. "Neither conscience nor taste will suffer me to fight one-class or interest against another [?]j[?]r separate benefit, or to take the narrow ground of undeviating panegyric." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 12 March 1836

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN: JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MARCA 12,1836., . , .-. "'"""' ooo " Neither conscience nor taste will suffer^ me, to . fight one-class or interest against another > >jtr separate benefit^ or to take the narrow ground of undeviating panegyric" . By ; the ?." Eagle" from. ; Sydney, a mail has been received and we have our files of the ; various New South j Wales journals,. from which . we have made extracts. i.; Weñ'ud little news of importance or, j interest in these journals of a local nature, ! j and ¡no English news later than that we ; are already in possession of-to the en J oi August. . ?. ! .-." "Tile Sidney journals are not--of ii Very recent date, the "'Eagle" having made à" long passage ¡'the latest papers wè have aré up to the 2d oi January. ..This ves-? sel, on her way here, weare intbruied, touched at the Hunger and other ports, on a tj/idiiig voyage, which may account tor the detention. The few sheep which have been land* ed, it. is expected, will comn...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 12 March 1836

VARIETIES. Legal Verbosenksb.- If a man would, accord- ing to law, give another an orange, if stead o|* saxing, "1 give you that orange,'' which on«' would think would be what is called, in legal phraseology, "au absolute conve\ance of all right and title therein." the phrase would run thns-rr"I give \ou all ano singular my estate and interest, right, title and clami, and advantage of and in thal orange, with all its rind, bkin, juice, pulp, [ and pips, and all right and advantages therein I with full power t». bite, cut, suck, and otherwise eat or gue the tame away ; and fully effectually as 1, the t-aid .\ li, am entitled to bite, cut, feuck, or i otherwise eat the same orange, or give the sama away, with or without its rind, juice, pulp and pips, anything heretobefore, or hereafter, or ia other deeds, instrument or instruments, of what nature or kind soever, to the contrary in any wise notwithstanding;' with much more to the sam« effect. Such is the language of lawyers ; and it i...

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SEVERE PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 12 March 1836

SEVERE PRACTICE. If the following account is correct, we have a picture of the contaminating influence of immorali- ty in the Sister Colonies beyond anything we could have imagined. Here is a person of considerable property, as we have been led to understand, con- veyed in irons, at the cart's tail, a distance of 120 miles, under a sentence for catt lo-stealing'; and the Editor of the.. Tasmanian, who defends him, is incarcerated for twelve months, and sub' jected to a heavy penalty. As we have no account o the trial, we have no opportunity of judging' upon what evidence Mr Bryan was co»dieted :-.#, Mr Robert Bryan arrived in Hobart Town. gaol on ¡batuulay last, from Launceston, he had performed this journey on foot-a distance of one hundred and twenty miles. He was handcuffed, and a chain fastened him and six malt fat t >i>, be« ?fide& hi?» <.<wn servant, to a carl's lull- Colonial Times Dec. 8. In Mr. Melville's case, it appears that a Mr. Bnanw...

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SYDNEY. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald: [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 12 March 1836

-M^^^TH-' ~ " -T- - - ? niiM.i..WTrii i ..j iV SYDNEY -QQ To the Editors of the ¡Sydney Herald: GENTLbMbN, -in iwuking lately into the columns of one of lue Calcutta newspapers-the English- man, of the 4<h of April, of the present year-I observed a Report of Hie proceedings of a Mean,g of the liombay Geographical Society, held on ihc 14th of the previous month. , It was with.pecu.iar pleasure that I learnt that this Society had become a Branch of the Royal Geographical Society of London ; since the most valuable results lo G o graphical science cannot be anticipated from the formation of such a society in that interesting pan of the globe But I did not rest contented with the flattering dreams of future discoveries and acientific notices that should appear from time to lime, emanating from the talent, perseverance, and ingenuity of our friends in Hindostán, but my eye wandered towards, that corner of the map of the world, to which I was referring for certain localities me...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 12 March 1836

TO BE SOLD | AT PUBLIC AUCTION, WITHOUT RESERVE, AT THE STORES OF MESSRS. L. AND W. SAMSON, FREMANTLE, BY MR. W. SAMSON, Government Auctioneer^ #n WEDNESDAY, the 2§d Instant, A QUANTITY of miscellaneous Articles, consisting of Saddlery» Ironmongery, Hats, Cinnamon, Ginger, tee, &c.-Positively without reserve, to «lose Consignments. Fremantle, March 9. TO BE SOLD, by public auction, #n THURSDAY, the 17th Instant, at the Uesid»Mice of the Auctioneer, and posi1ivel\ without reserve, for the bein*iii of those concerned, ACA^E containing Paint and White-wash Brushes of all sizes, H.»n ifcrooniN Curry Combs and Horse Brush« h. Seruhui »¡* and Hard Brushes, a qi/uîtny oi Sand and Wrapping Paper. AFjSO,-A few boxes ot Segars, and fe small quantity ot Dry Colours, with «ther i hinge, which may be seen at the lime of sale. Charles Smith, Auctioneer. ->_i*-i ' «m. -"-?-r-y TO BE LET OR tiOLfy THE PINE-APPLE Publl House, situate between Perth and tihiihiiuid. For particulars, apply t...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 12 March 1836

111.11 .1 ii ?-mmnmmm£*m/B< ENGLISH EXTRACTS. The importance of Australia to the United Kingdom is yearly becoming more manifest. Fa- vored as that rapidly rising Colony is by climate, and by its position m the Archipelago of the great Eastern sea, it produces already dil the necessaries of life, and also many of its luxuries. Not very far removed from the continent of India, and from China, and almost in the midst of numberless rich and populous islands, its commerce is rapidly on the increase, and in a few years, under a pater- nal government, it must exceed anything which can at present be contemplated, fpr its sources are almost boundless. From the neighbouring fisheries also, it possesses all the means, not only of rear- ing seamen ol' the best description, < but also of providing them'with abundance of productive labor , of the most interesting nature. In fact, it is the most valuable Colony in its prospects which ever belonged to any commercial empire; a...

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ATTEMPT TO DEFRAUD THE REVENUE. MAGISTRATES COURT. FREMANTLE, MARCH 11, Before W H. Mackie, Esq. and R Mc. B. Brown, Esq. Justices of the Peace. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 12 March 1836

ATTEMPT TO DEFRAUD THE REVENUE. MAGISTRATES COURT. Fremantle, March II, Before W H. Mackie, Esq.'. and R Mc. B Brown, Esq. Justices of the Peace. Mr. Charles Pratt, Master of tue Eagle, was «karged with having wilfully exhii ited a false jpaper or document, relating to the cargo and clearance of the said vessel, now lying in the port of Fremantle. Capt D. Scott, Harbour Master, sworn - The schooner Eagle, whereof Charles Pratt is master,   arrived in this port on Sunday last, the 5th inst., from Sydney and Port Hunter. He being called upon pursuant. to the Act of Council for Regulat- ing Pilotag e and Shipping in the Harbours of this     Colony, for his manifest of his cargo, and his clearance, irom his last port, d'liveru.1 the mani   . -fest and clearance now produced. 1 he clearance ¡ is Biííue- bv the Port Officer at Sjdney, hut the jtnanif st i* made out by Mr. Pratt himself, and ¡iigned by himself only, 'f he manifests and cl...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 19 March 1836

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. On the 12 th inst., the Eagle j Captain Pratt, for the Mauritius. * - J Lying in Gage's Roads.-The Elizabeth.

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LAMBERT CHANNEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 19 March 1836

LAMBERT CHANNEL -Attention haying again been'directed te this passage, as affording a ready entrance to the "various anchorages, & owing to the Elizabeth hav- ing made it on her return to this port, without any difficulty, we think it advisable to re-publish the .directions laid down by our Surveyor-General, Hon. J. S. Roe, Esq. :.- " u Lambert Channel, through which H.M.S. Alligator got to sea from Owen's Anchorage on the 19th December, is a valuable outlet to sea or to Cockburn Sound, from Owen's Anchorage or jGage's Roads, without passing round Rottenest Island, which, during strong northerly winds that would distress a vessel in either of these situations, may be considered almost impracticable.» In the absence of means at the present time for "buoying this channel, it may be found by keeping the Bummit of 'Buckland Downs a very little open to the south of the Mewstone, in the direction of N.EfE. and SW.fVV. (magnetic.) This mark will carry a ship through in not less tha...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1836 "Neither conscience nor taste will suffer me to fight one class or interest against another, for separate benefit, or to take the narrow ground of undeviating panegyric." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 19 March 1836

The WESTERN AUSTRALIAN   , JOURNAL. . SATURDAY, MARCA 19,1836 -,?-QOO-1 "Neither conscience nor taste will suffer me to   fight one class or interest against another, for separate benefit, or to take the narrow ground of undeviating panegyric" We are under the disagreeable neces- sity of apologizing to our Subscribers generally, for the "paper oiv which this number is printed. By the next arrivals, either from tKe Cape' of .Good Hope or the sister colonies, we are in expectation of receiving a*supply of suitable paper,' and we. can1 only regret that the delay which .has occurred, has placed us in this unavoidable difficulty. * . The ruling passion for gain, has . opened to us a new source of accommo-v dation, in the shape of three-months' bills, which although no grejit induce , ment to lay in a large stock or articles of daily" consumption, (an approved bill ' being .considered all over the world near- ly as good as cash), still there are many .who regard ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 19 March 1836

SYDNEY. Monthly Sale of Crown Lands for Dec. The usual monthly sale of Crown lands took place on Wednesday. JBefore the sale commenced, Mr. M'Pher8o«,we believe for the first time, read a list of those lands which had not been measured, a and consequently could not be sold, This is a good' plan, inasmuch asHhose persons^ who have applied for land which will not be soldf'áre thereby pre- vented from the necessity of loitering about the market the whole day. The large portions of land in the interior were generally sold at the upset price. Mr. George Townshend puichased two thousand five hundred acred on the Allyn River, in the' district of the Upper Paterson, at five shillings per acre; Mr.'R. Campbell purchased eleven hundred acres at Mo- longlo; Mr. J. B. Montefiore, eleven hundred acres at Lake Bathurst ; Mr. Lawson, two thou- sand acres in the Valley of Cöolahburragundy ; Mr. G..Hall, two thousand acres at Gungal ; and Mr. Robert §cott, two thousand one hundred acres at the Talbr...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE CHARGES AGAINST GOVERNOR DARLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 19 March 1836

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE CHARGES AGAIJSTST GOVERNOR^ DARLING. At length there is a prospect of Governor Dar Img's proceedings in New South Wales being, brought into judgment by tlie proper tribunal. The House of Commons has ordered an inquiry into* the truth of the charges which for so many years have been hanging oves, his head. v General Dar- ling's fiiends did their utmost to the very last, to« hinderjhe inquisition into his conduct; and minis- ters, N most unwisely, aided them* in the attempt. We regretted to see the ministers in such company ; but seeing Uiem . there, we rejoice heartily that they were beaten. Litóle, however, will have been gained by the appointment of the Committee, if the inquiry is not prosecuted with skill, with vigour, and with la- borious perseverance. Ttfo common exertions wili ?be made io keep the real facts from the knowledge of the Committee. The obstinacy with which General Darling has hitherto resisted everylattempt at investigation, justifies the sus...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 19 March 1836

S STQÇK-KEEPi?R, a steady Man, - who understands the' management jof. Cattle,, and a Dairy. Attention to the¿e paitiçiilars is all the ^service that will be required of him. ? Apply to Mrí \Yay-leNv :. : , ypoiiit TValîeVy Mardi LO. ^ .R.W.N.eLARít begs to in- timate to his Friends and the Public/ thai; with a view to facilitate ; thevdispatch of busiiiess, he has removed from Iceman lié to those Premises, in Perth: Belonging to the Messrs. Samson, lately the properiy of Mr. J. Ougden; ànàV.his Office, in tjie front House,.is open on eyèry' lawfulday lróm 10 till 4 WCIock, for the ''transaction of Business connected with tliat- of a Solicitor in the Civil Court,/Notary Public, and Con- veyancer. ..'-' " ... ?.''.'. ¿Perth, March 19. .j .' , v ?"?;,[. y-\ AT "PUBLIC AUCTION^ :;??? ; WITHOUT ÍÍE3ERVE, ' ;AT THE STORES OF M-EßSRS.'L. AND WV , ?'.. : "/ ' SAMSON, FREMANTLE,' . r "'. ; BY ;MB. W. SAMSON, - " V ?".." -' . ". CiGvexn'tmmlAuctioneer^ ' On 'WEQNE&DAY, tue 2M Instant,...

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