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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 27 December 1843

To follow tltc tak on We 7n:.dayt 3/vi .7a??. i HPO be sold, on Wednesday next, at Perth,] by F Mangles & (Jo., without reserve, the celebrated horse Napoleon, and a Bay Gelding, ihfi proper* v of Mr. Wm. Heard.

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 Hon. the Surveyor-General, Perth. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 27 December 1843

MSTEOH4-x.o«iaa.L tasks. Extract from a Meteorological Jour mil kept in the office of tlw Hon. the Surveyor-General, Perth. Dfttc. I Tim'.'.!T)ir. Har. | \\ iud Weather aud Remarks. Dec. 20 10 am 73 l.ij SW Moderate sta brwie— tine. 1-4 I'M, 60 17 S8W Stroiitt bre— squuUy. 21 110 am; (id :h ri Moderate— fine. 4 1-m! U7 84 SW (Moderate sea brewe— fine. 82 It1 am! 72 S7| SE HJiflit— clear, i I'M, 77 SOj SW Modorrte— fine. 23 10 ami 70 35! E .light air— fine. 4 pm 64 aBi i-W Moderate sea breeze— clear. 24 10 aw. 75 20| NB Lipht sea brre/p— clear. 4 I'M, 79 SO- SW .Moderate — clfur. - 25 1 rw 79 J0; bW Moderate breeze— fine. i | SVV (Moderatr land breete— clear. 2fi 10 am.M lfll SW iLie lit —clear.

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LATEST FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 27 December 1843

LATEST FROM ENGLAND. (From the South Australian Register t Nov. Ath) The news from England vid Hubart Town and the Mauritius, is up to Hie 6tli July. On the 24th May last, tier Mnjpsfy completed her twenty-fourth your. The day was celebrated by the usual rejoicings mid the cuBtomary grand dinners given by the Cabinet Ministers and »n-at Officers of State. Her Mujfety and Prince Albert, accompanied by the Prim-ess Royal, arrived to towu on the Otli June, aud on the 12ih, for the first time since their union, visited Drury Uu.p Theutre, in State. The entertainment was for the benefit of Miss Horton. Tde Dublin Mercantile Advertiser nays — ' An official infinifitioH has been received respecting the contemplated visit of the Queen and her illustrious consort to this coun try in the course pf the ensuing summer. Orders for cer tain arrangements connected with the royal visit have been received at the Custta.' And the Dublin Eve,nivg Post says — ' Her Majesty will be in the Iiis-h metropo...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 27 December 1843

NOTICE. Mil. LLOYD, intending to leave the colo ny, requests that all persons indebted to him will pay their accounts to Mr. Lawrence, Perth, or 'legal proceedings will be instituted ; and all persons having claims on the above are requested to send them in for settlement. J. LLOYD. Fromantle, Dec. 14, 1843. MR. DANIEL SCOTT hereby gives notice, that he is about te leave the ouiony for a short time. All persons having claims against him are requested to send them in for liquidation ; and all persons indebted to him are requested to settle their accounts forthwith. Kow ready for delivery, rJ^HE Journal of tbe Western Australian JL Agricultural and Horticultural Society. Contents.— Annual Report 1844— Rules— List of Member* StaUHficj— Mvtcoroiogy— Horliciilluro— G^nus ' Citn'— Abo igines— tiiperiment^, anrt Inventions, communicate. 1 to liw Society —Proceedings of tlie Society to Mareli 1849 — ProceciiiiiKS of the UnuicU Suc»otj— f roeceiiiugs of the Society fov tLe Cultivation of the...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 27 December 1843

FOB, LONDON DIRECT, To sail on the 5th January next, £&£- fjpHE fine fast-sailing BARQUE jflOKk. J- 'Napoleon,' ^yEBB^ Danici Scott, commander. -^^^^K» Has superier accommodations for* passengers, and lias only room for a few tons of* wool, &c , the greater part of her cargo being on - board. Early applications for freight or passage lira requested to Messrs. L. & W. Samson, at Psrth; or to DANIEL SCOTT, Fremantle. N.B. — Advancei made on wool shipped on board if required. Barque 'Shepherd,' A 1. ££3T rpHE fine fast-sailing BARQUE -jfflOJljS A ' Shepherd' is now ready to jUQBfif take in cargo, and if sufficient offer, -^^^^B* will Etiil at once for England direct. AH shippers are requested to make their ebip ments. immediately. The Shepherd has first-rate accommodation for passengers, and has under gone a thorough repair. For freight and passage apply to F. MANGLES &CO., Agents for the Ship. N:B.— Freight of wool, 2d. per Ib. If nol full by 11th Janua...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 27 December 1843

GENERAL ROAD TRUST. rpIHE Annual General Meeting of the Trustees I . will be holden at tbe Court-house in Perth, on Wednesday, the 3rd day of January, 1844, fur ihe election of a Chairman and Directors for the ensuing year, and ftp the general business of the Trust. By order of the Chairman. E. PICKING, Clerk to the Trustees. Per*, Nov. 7, 1843. MR. HENRY SMITH, of Austraiind, hereby gives notice, that he intends to leave the colony in a short time. EDWARD LETTS, of Aurtralind, gives notice, that he intends to leave the colony by the first convenient ouj-ortu-'iity. Austraiind, Dec. 7. I^HARLES DUFFIELD hereby gives no \y tice, that he intends to leave the colony by the ^earliest opportunity. ?/T1H0MAS JECKS herebr givss notice, that JL he intends to afiply for a retail spirit license at the General Licensing Meeting to be held at Guildford on Saturday the 30th inst. FROM THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. PROCLAMATION By His Excellency John Hutt, Esyuire, Governor and Commander-in- Chief of t...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 27 December 1843

SHIPPING XKTE&XiIC&EKCK. Sailed. — On the 20ih instant, the Timbo. Jennings matter, for Launcesfon, calling at King Goo»ge's Sound. ExporiB — 169 bales wool. Passengers, Messrs. J. Gilbert and ' Symers, Mis. Turnbull, Mrs. Stewart, Miss] Lawson, and T. Herbert. In Harbour. — The Napoleon, SJiepherd, Water Witch (schooner), Venus, and Water Witch (cutter.) ?

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE INQUIRER WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 27 December 1843

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1843. The past week having been *? Christmas vctk,' we trustour readers will excuse the omis sion of our middle sheet, and the absence of our usual leading matter. In the Southern Australian of September 19th we observe an interesting1 report by Captain IVome, Surveyor General in South Australia, of the country to the Eastward of Flinders' range, published by the local government for general in formation. These explorations of Captain Fronie have made manifest the fact that the extent of good land in the province of South Australia is much more inconsiderable than has been sup posed, and, taken in conjunction with the obser vations made by Mr. Eyre, are conclusive of the desperate character of the country to the North and East of the parallel of the head of Spencer's Q ulf. Captain Frome thus writes : — ' The most northern point at which 1 found water last year, was near the top of a deep ravine of the Black Bock Hills, in lat. 32 deg. 45 ra. 25 sec, where I ...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 3 January 1844

Preparing for publication in London, MO! 01 US of the Colony of Western Aus tralia during k residence of fourteen years in vuiioiii? parts thereof; INCLUDIxVG Sketches of Men, Manners, and Society — Government — Public Institutions — Education and Morals — Politics and Literature — The Aborigine?, (luir Protectors and Police — The disiiic ts of York, Lesrheiiimlf, the Vasse, and Kir»«; George's Sound — Agriculture — Sh«ep- prazing — Trade — Exports — Rise, Progress, and Decline of tho Western Australian Company, vidi the causes thereof, &c, &.c, &c. Dy Wm. Rairne Clark, j The author will feel gratified by any commu nications on iIil- above sul'jrcts, addressed to him «t Lcpchrnauh ; or any authentic informa tion which has not liitlit'i-to appeared in pi tut. Wow ready for delivery, ri^HE Journal of the Western Australian JL Agricultural and Horlicultiiral Society. Coktewts. — Annual Report 18-1-?— Rules— List of Members Statistics — Meteorology— Horticulture—...

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 Hon. the Surveyor General, Perth. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 3 January 1844

n5STEO&OXiOGXC.&X. TABLE. Extract from a Meteorological Journal kept in the office of the Hon. the Surveyor-General, Perth. Date? | i 1843 Time. Thr. Bar. Wind. Weather and Remarks. »t«. 27 !0 am 77 30 24 SW Moderate— fine. 4 pm, 75 lifi 6W Fresh— tine. 96 ' I am, 79 85 SW Moderate— fine. 4 p.m1 7U IS SW Moderate — clear. 9ti II am' :o I 15 6\V Light— clear. 4 pm! 70 H» SW iFresh sea t»reeze— flne. 50 noon ! 76 1 IS 8 Light- cloudy— fine. 4 rM' ~'i I 15 SW Fresh— Imzy. 51 t pm' 73 ] «- 8W fresh sea brz. 1844 4 pm| 71 l 24 SW Ditto. ditto. Jan. 1st. noun - 81 | 24 S Light sea breeze. ! I 2 ,1 J AM 61 2H SW iFinc light air.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANNEXED COMPARATIVE TABLE OF STATISTICS FOR THE SEVERAL DISTRICTS FOR THE YEARS 1842 & 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 3 January 1844

ANNEXED COMPARATIVE TABLE OF STATISTICS FOB THE SEVERAL DISTRICTS FOR THE YEARS 1842 k 1843. £? «§§32 '*?; ** 2 o at o ? 'r«8 ?* a c icwecosii5'-s I £? I* | * = « ««--« - «~ |siSi ? u O « ? I ? ? * ** ;*~S — — & t» ao os '~ j- c; 5 £ tt *? '- ?- — *-- C»C- s ** I ? S 1 'l- C — — CO 31 © '- « u A « *» ~ ** v 'S £ TcT,_rtvrt-, k ti n n cd ffi e i- c o i cs ao - CO ec « e «*? 9» c nmsin Sro O i^ i- ao 5 ci 55 ~~j 5' ti r- GO ** CO «£- CO ~« \ ** 01 ? 1 ? 7~|1T'!8 S g S8 5 fj » C i VJ m c? t «o »?» cs o* n *» *- — i- s- ao © £ n as jo '55 o ~~ i- S « » c* o »-? © £ w n -M » « ' ' 8 g S § 8 3 § s ! 2; to 1-5 rm '3 W *?' «, . io fc» ?'US _? Cm __ 2 1 ~wnr^is^~sf!T¥i Is i '^ssSss _ |sg 'Si § 2 K '- ? 8 —. 'g w ?'S~£ * E S U CD *-* fm | ai ? CB r: rr ©i w — — -' %^* 9 . [2 S S ?* w « 2? O Jjj ? _ ? (!? as j- * ?S~CC 00 ffl '^t 00 00 -N O 'O _? S iO »C _? S ^ C» OJ -?- -N — -^ & ~~ '' ? | ^ g I l*:i':|1imi':l^.l': M ' '. ' ' I '. ' I '. ~ ? ! ! t£ T ? ? ?? *» £.??? ''eS.I.S.0...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Inquirer. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 3 January 1844

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor ofilte Inquirer. Mr. Inquirer,— I much regret that Mr. Rid ley appears to have abandoned as hopeless, the attempt to create an export of timber. Every person accustomed to drive that sulky and per verse animal the public, is aware that it never can be induced to go the right way by one effort but that ere it will follow even its own interest it must be goaded and lashed at intervals, for on an average two years on each subject, ere it really sets about anything. I have much pleasure in calling attention te the following extract Tram. M ' Ellis' laws and regulations of the Customs.'* ^ « New South Wales,— I ' W ith reference to a report of the Board of I Customs on the subject of Beef-wood im.port.Mi I from S«an River, the Lords ot the Treasury am I of opinion that the term ** N«w South Wales' I in the table of duties should be taken in a com- I prehensive sense and be deemed to include Swan I Kiver and other places settled in Terra Australia I without r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 3 January 1844

NOTICE. MR. LLOYD, intending to leave the colo ny, requests that all persons indebted to him will pay their accounts to Mr. Lawrence, Perth, or legal proceedings will be instituted ; and ail persons having claims on the above aid requested to send them in for settlement. J. LLOYD. Fremantle, Dec. 14, 1843. MR. DANIEL SCOTT hereby gives notice, that he is about to leuve the colony for a short time. J All persons having claims against him are I requested to send them in for liquidation ; and i all persons indebted to him are requested to settle their accounts forthwith. MR. HENRY SMITH, of Australind, hereby gives notice, that he intends to leave the colony in a short lime. EDWARD LETTS, of Australind, gives notice, that he intends to leave the colony by the first convenient opportunity. Australind, Dec. 7. /CHARLES DUFFIELD hereby gives no* \J tice, that he intends lo leave the colony by the earliest opportunity. Edited, printed and published, by the proprietor, Fran cis Lochee, at t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A LETTER TO HER MAJESTY 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 — 3 January 1844

i. .X.CTTF.T* TO HER MAJESTY'S PRINCIPAL. SECRE TARY OF STATE FOR THE COLONIES, Upon the subject of Colonization, and especially upon (ks errors of the modern system of disposal of CROWN LANDS. [Continued from, Ko. 177] Ttio broad principle to be borne in mind bv iho Mother country, whether she regard justice a-id gmerosity lo those fearless and in general ??.ifteririir spirits who are laying f|1(; foundations of her future power, or whether she merely look to h^r own interest, nay, even hex more pecuniary economy, by wl«ii:h to achieve the greatest nnioiint 'of relief from tlio \onsl expenditure, must lit? t«- preserve indict (he finances of her a deen t-m-rs ; that fund which when brought wholly and judkwnd-j to bear upon the capabilities of the the wild rmss, it to become a perpetually increas ing wea-n* of providing for the poor whom she may send out, but which if locked vp in the early pur chase of land, c-pr.cmlly if burdened with the maintenance of as yet xmhfs mouths, may be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 3 January 1844

For 3keschefcau.lt. .^^-- rpHE barque 'S&epherd' will ^ra?^V proceed to Lcsehcwault on WeU ^g£|E|sSP* nesday next, the 3rd January, to ^Bfffiiyirfe* return immediately. For freight or nassa^r «p;»ly to F. MANGLES &CO.^ Agents fur the Ship. 'For ILeschenault and the Vasse. *'€SCT rPHEcniter Venus will ssiil for -groTCk L t.lio almve ports on tht? 7ih of ? ^Rnllw&aF January next. — For i've iglit or pass ?55HH5*-» ajje apply to Messrs. Thutnas. FOB. LONDON DIRECT, To sail on the 5th January next, j-t&g- rnHE tine fust-sailing BARQUE jMCT^k t 'Napoleon,' TjMjSsfffF Daniel Scott, commander. ?«S3BSH6» Una superior accommodations for passengers, and has only room for a«few tons of wool,&c , the greater part of her cargo being on board. Early applications for freight or passage are requested to Messrs. L. & W. Saiuson, at Perth : or to DANIEL SCOTT, Fretnantle. N.B. — Advances made on wool shipped on board if' required. ? Barque 'Sbepberd,' A...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE INQUIRER WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 3 January 1844

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1844. We call the particular attention of our readers to the Report of the Directors of the Agricultu- ral Society published in this day's journal. We had intended giving our own views upon the general condition of the colony, and most pro- ably shall still do so in an early number: but the Directors' report goes so fully into the sub- ject, with such a just exhibition of cause and effect, that it may well supersede our own re- marks for the present. Neither shall we attempt any critical analysis of this very able document; for, while it expresses   very perfectly our own sentiments, the intent of   the argument is so plain as to require no expla-   nation. We must, however, draw attention to   the statements in the report concerning the   erroneous impressions that exist as to the value   of property; and especially to the distinction, so   ably drawn, between the profit...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 3 January 1844

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SAILED.— On the 30th ultimo, the cutter   Water Witch, Watson master, to the Abrolhos, for the purpose of fishing and sealing. IN HARBOUR.— The Napoleon, Shepherd,   Water Witch (schooner), and Venus,

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 10 January 1844

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Messrs. T. ZffiangrXes dt OoM On Wednesday the 17th January, at Perth, at 1 o'clock precisely, rjHHE following GOODS :— | Prime mess pork in barrels and half do., ale in bottle and cask, porter in bottle, black and green tea, paints, 1 and 2 cut deals, rice, flour, powder and shot. Also without reserve, to close consignments, «uet, corks, currants, sash tools, brushes, &c, and a variety of other goods. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Messrs. F. Mangles and Co., On Thursday the 18th instant, at their ware houses, Fremantle, at one o'clock precisely, /''I ROCKERY of useful descriptions, vinegar, \y ale in bottle, ash oars, tin-ware, deals, brushes, sheet lead, oilman's stores, wines and spirits, paints, and a variety of goods to close consignments: To be let, In the immediate neighbourhood of the Dale, FIVE thousand acres of excellent grazing land, with a 6m all cottage and substantial stock-yard thereon. This grant has a large pool of water on the Avon, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 10 January 1844

FOR LONDON DIRECT, To sail on the 5th January next, ??--? £&%; rPHE fine fast-8ailinff BARQUE ^ySBwfe^ ^- 'Napoleon,' ''-^jBHMJy» Daniel Scott, commander. i&BBBm if as superior accommodations for passengers, and has only room for a few tons of Avool, &c , the greater part of her cargo being on board. Early applications for freight or passage nre requested to Messrs. L. & W. Samson, at Perth : or to DANIEL SCOTT, Fremantle. N.B. — Advances made on wool shipped on board if required. Barque ' Shepherd,' A 1. jcgfc rpHE tine fast-sailing BARQUE ^HejMKJV JL u Shepherd' is now ready to jjywn^ take in cargo, and if sufficient offer, ?i^H^Kw wi|j 8ail at once for England direct. All shippers are requested to make their ship ments immediately. The Shepherd has first-rate accommodation for passengers, and has under gone a thorough repair. For freight and passage apply to F. MANGLES & CO., Agents for the Ship. N.B.— Freight of wool, 2d. per 1b. If not fu...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 10 January 1844

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Sailed. — On the 5th instant, the schooner Water Witch, Talbert master, for Adelaide. In Harbour. — The Napoleon, Shepherd, and Venus.

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