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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 21 December 1866

For Adelaide Direct. rflHE fine fast-sailing barque ST. MAGNUS,^ .-, master, 450 tons __ burthen. * above vessel has superior accom- modation for Cabin and Steerage pas- sengers. She is daily expected to arrive from Adelaide, and will meet with im- mediate despatch, having the principal portion of her cargo already engaged. For freight or passage application is to be made to the undersigned. J. & W. BATEMAN, Agents. Fremantle, 15th Dec, 1866. NOTICE, Passenger and Luggage Conveyances, Between I^erth and Albany, King George's Sound. ME. TTCÏIPPER BEGS to apprise his numerous friends and the public generally, that he in- tends running Conveyances between Perth -and Albany, K. G. Sound ; to leave Perth on the 26th, and Albany on the 5th of each month. The greatest attention will be paid to passengers and the delivery of luggage by the above conveyance. Fare for Passengers-£2 each. Luggage will be charged at the rate of 2|d. per lb. All applications to be made to Mi. S. J. Chipp...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide, November 29, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 21 December 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide, November 29, 1866. -J.T- 1_ The weather during the month has been very fine. Pleasant showers have fallen at in- tervals, and it has been quite cool nights and mornings. The hay harvest is nearly over. The wheat crops look magnificent. The Register has col- lected opinions from all parts of the colony as to the state of the crops, from which it seems practically certain that we shall have from 110,000 to 120,000 tons of breadstuff's for export. The question of shipping wheat to England is being seriously discussed, and if the English market should keep up will be tried. One firm here have received ¿820,000 from England for the purchase of wheat. Several small failures have occurred during the month, but the only insolvency of extra colonial interest is that of Messrs. A. F. Chris- ten & Co., merchants. The accounts from the Far "North of the state of the runs are most discouraging. The set- tlers will have to contend with a third year of drought. A...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 28 December 1866

Sale of Household Furniture, &c, at Perth. IE: 8ÀÏS0Ï, (GOVERNMENT AUCTlONElMt,) Has been favored with instructions from Lieut.-Colonel Bruce, to sell by Auction, at the large sale-room formerly occupied by Mr. M. Dvett, in St. George's Terrace, on THURSDAY, the 3rd January next, commencing at 11 o'clock a.m. precisely DRAWING Room, Dining Room, and Bedroom Furniture. A pianoforte by Stodart. Glass and Oockeryware, including Breakfast Dinner, and Dessert Services. Plated Side Dishes and Dishcovers. Foi k8 and Spoons. Candlesticks with shades A patent Knife-cleaner and Mangle An excellent Double Gun, by Smith of Prince's Street, with wire cartridges, a Dean & Adams' Revolver, in case, with a supply of ammunition. A patent Oorn-bruiser, supposed to be the onlv one of the sort in the Colony. A Chaff-Cutter A Ransome and Sims' Plough, with extra Shares A light Cart and Harness Saddlery, including Ladies' and Gentle- men's Saddles, &c, and sundry other useful arti...

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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, DECEMBER 28, 1866. SUMMARY FOR THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 28 December 1866

$ertfe tëajdte & II. g. Simes. " Be just and fear not j . Let all the ends thou aim'st a+. be thy country'*, Thy God's, and truth's."-Sltakspeare. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28Ïl8G(Î The Legislative Council closed the Session on the 11th instant, and with it the long protracted discussion on the proposed Scab Ordinance, by passing the Bill referred to the stock-owners foi their acceptance, and which was agreed to by the holdcis of two-thirds of the sheep in the colony, the malcontents being chiefly confined to the Eastern Districts. The measure has now passed into law, as well as a Bill reducing the duty upon leaf tobacco from Is. to 3d. per lb., after it has been destroyed in the Customs warehouse for all other purposes than sheep dressing. The Ordinance if properly carried out, is sufficiently stringent for the purpose of eradicating the disease, and rescuing our flocks from the reputation they have heretofore en- joyed of being more scab infected than those of any other of the Aust...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 28 December 1866

To the Editor of the Perth Gazette Se W. A. Tima,. SIR,-Who is Reuter, is a question yon will see chalked and placarded upon every vacant space of wall, in London. This almost univer- sal question is asked in consequence of the general correct telegrams issued by Reuter all over the world. Now in a small way, instead of Reuter, the enquiry here since the receipt of your issue of the 20bh ult., hus been-Who is " our correspondent," not in consequence of his correct telegrams, but on account ot the un- blushing untruths which has been sent either as a hoax, or written to see wether an article without any prétention to truth would be acr cepted by your paper. Who is "our own Correspondent"? not auy of the young men in any of the Mercantile houses here, as they are allj well-known as : being respectable, well behaved, trying to ad- vance in life, and having a regard for truth. Not any ol' our agriculturists, as they almost without an exception turned out to render unto ' Caesar the thin...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 28 December 1866

BIRTH. Phillips-At Perth, on the 11th instant, Mrs. S. P. Phillips, of a daughter. MARRIAGE. Roe.-Stone-On 29th Nov. at St. George's Cathedral, by the Right Reverend the Bishop, assisted by the Venerable Archdeacon Brown, JAMES, eldest son of the Hon Captain Roe, R N., Surveyor-General, to ALICE, second daughter of the Hon George F. Stone, Attorney-General. DEATHS. Broun.—At Perth, on the 7th instant, Mr. McBryde Broun, eldest son of the late Mr. Peter Broun, Colonial Secretary ol the Colony ; aged 40 years. Shenton.—At Perth, on the 13th instant, Mr. WILLIAM YOUNG SHENTON; aged 61.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 28 December 1866

SÔWiitÔ IndUIlijeiue. ARRIVALS. December 25.- -Flying Foam, Cobb, master, from Champion Bay. Mrs. Chipper, aud family, Mrs. Maley, Messrs. Bulges, Twig, and Deven- ish. Cargo-130 sacks wheat, 150 do. flour, 10 do. pollard, 6 do. bailey and sundries. 27,-Seaspray, MileB,master, from Champion Bay & Irwin. Passen» ers-Mr. and Mrs. Imery, W Harrison, It. Tromsters, W. Oldfield, R. Durkett, Cargo-69 bags wheat, 35 do. oats, 77 do. barley, 13 do. pollard, 24 do. bran, 2 casks fat, 3 tops, sandalwood, and sundries. DEPARTURE. December 27--Lass of Geraldton, 38 tons, H. Q'Grady, muster, for Champion Bay. Passen- gers.--Messrs* Brown, Brodie, and Green, War deriAnderson and wile, Warder .Hall, wife t|nd 4 children, Mrs- Earl and 3 children, also D. Douovern and G. Hamilton. Cargo - 517 pieces timber, 10 deal boards, 50 empty kegs, j 6} tons potatoes, 3 hhds. wine, 12.cases Kerso- ; seno oil, 4 caokaibutter, 15 pkgs. sundries, also 2| tierces tobacco (under bond). BAROMETER. ; IUCllCS...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 28 December 1866

Holloway's Ointment and Pills. .JCómpliotttíon of' Distempeis-tJIcerations, -cabscesëe«, swollen glands, and other disorders ""tótóng'from unseen and unsuspected causes, -* nay be cured by the use of this excellent Oint- ment, aided by Holloway's purifying Pills. - Theprinted instructions, in which the remedies -"are' wrapped, are sufficiently explicit for the -guidance of any invalid with moderate intelli ' genoe. Holloway's medicaments can always be used with advantage and without danger. < For more than a quarter of a century they have proved themselves to be a treasure to the poor afflicted with disease. Both the Oint- ment and Pills are especially adapted for military and naval men, colonists and travellers who cannot everywhere obtain medical assist- ance, but may always successfully doctor them- selves with > Holloway's remedies. ' °r EXTRA PASSENGER ÄiGGAGE YAN, PERTH AI FRffifflJ, DAILY. On and after Monday, the 10th Bec. W HARDMAN begs to announce . to the Me...

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KING G ORGE'S SOUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 28 December 1866

. KINGS GEORGE'S SOUND. Mr. T. Sherratt is making great exertions to test the re- cent discovery of copper indications, and it is believed here the result will be most favorable. Messrs. Belches. Taylor, and Dempster are preparing for another exploring expedition ; quite a mob of horses left the town on Saturday, which are to form a portion of their equipment. The remains of W. G. C. Hall, son of the late Captain   Hall, who arrived here in Dec. 1864, from Blyth, in Nor- thumberland, were removed on Wednesday last from the Porongerup Hills, and were interred in the Albany Cemetery, by the Rev. Mr. M'Sorley. This poor boy was lost in the bush while going from Kellett's to Dunn's farm, and was not found for 13 days, notwithstanding the search   made by the Police and his step-father Mr. Holmes, when his remains were found about a mile from Dunn's. The removal on Wednesday was accomplished by , Mr. Holmes, accompanied by Mr. Green, the undertaker. Albany, Dec....

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MR. HOOLEY'S OVERLAND ROUTE TO NICOL BAY AND RETURN ROUTE. (Concluded from a previous No.) JOURNAL of an overland journey from Perth to Port Walcott on the North-west Coast of Australia, performed by T. Hooley, Esq., with a view to finding a practicable route for driving stock to the North District of Western Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 28 December 1866

MR. HOOLEY'S OVERLAND ROUTE TO NICOL BAY AND RETURN ROUTE. (Concludedfrom a previous No.) * JOURNAL of an overland journey from Perth to Port Walcott on the North-west Coast of Aus- tralia, performed by T. Hooley, Esq., with a view to finding a practicable route for driving stock to the North district of Western Australia. 2Uh June.-Started on a course N. 20°. E. 8 miles through open forest of acacia thinly grassed. Camped 'on a small water course tributary to the Murchison. After camping I walked to, and ascended' a pile of stones vising abruptly out of tho centre of the plain, about 50 feet high. To the north the country appeared level, intercepted by a few low ranges, to the east hilly with plains intervening, while to the S.E. an extensive plain reached to the Mur- chison. Returned to camp having named the peak McLeod's pyramid, the flat around the pyramid was covered with loose quartz stones, Mount Nairn bearing south 66°. west, the pyramid bearing from camp north 33°. east, di...

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GUILDFORD. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 28 December 1866

ttTTTTiDFOBD. (From our own Correspondent.) On the 21st the event of the week, aye of the yearl among our future men, came oft with éclat to our young school- master ; among the visitors from Perth/ Fremantle, and the Swan,- were the JJord Bishop and Mrs. Hale. Precisely at eleven, the Bishop commenced to examine the first class in reading and spelling, in -which they passed fairly, in dictation they acquitted themselves pretty well, and their replies] in arithmetic and gram- mar were creditable ; their geography, and writing were good, but in map tracing ?we were all agreeably surprised, and the boys were applauded. My attention was so rivetted on the examination of the first class that I am unable to give an account of the two others examined by Drs. Viveash and Waylen. The first prize was awarded to James Jones. No doubt the school has suffered from the change of Masters this year, and as it did pass creditably we may expect a first-rate examination under the present, next Christ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 28 December 1866

^ For london Direct. THE clipper barque ZEPHYR, VA 1, 409 tons register, E. El _jiiiOTT, Commander. Has good accommodation for passengers, l'or freight or passage apply to J. G. C. CAER, Perth. FRANCISCO BROS., Fremantle. FOR LONDON. " THE clipper barque FITZBO Y, Al 14 years, 573 tons register, J. Mail liABD, 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. SEENTON & Co. For Adelaide Direct. THE clipper barque SEA RIPPLE, ^Pringle, master, will sai1 for the _,above Port with all despatch, having the principal portion of her cargo engaged. For freight or passage apply to J. &W. BATEMAN. for Sydney. THE brig KESTREL, ¡.F. Davis, Master, will sail on or _,about the 25th inst. For freight or passage apply to T.&H. CARTER & CO. Fremantle, Dec. 3, 1866. n FOR ADELAIDE DIRECT. 1VHE fine clipper barque « springbok;* t,H. Harrison, master...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 4 January 1867

, -«- i To the Eíitor of the Perth Gazette Sç W. A. Times. \ Sir,-I send you an extract from The Aus- tralasian if the 27th November, which may be interesting to the settlers and buyers of wheat. The Australasian of 27th Nov., page 103S, says : " In the market for breadstuff, though a rise is prevented by the continued arrivals of foreign wheat anl flour at Sydney, we note greater firmness, aid a very free demand for best Ade- laide townbrands at ¿£13, country brands being quoted at ál2 to ¿g 1210s., Chilian wheat 4s. 6d., and Adelaile wheat 5s. 3d." And in page 1039 of same date is the following, headed Adelaide : " One mercantile firm here received by the last English mai a remittance of ¿£20,000 for the purchase of1 flour for shipment to Liverpool; other firms have received remittances for the purchase of wheat for the same port." If you woald insert this in your paper which has such a wide circulation amongst the country settlers, yoi will much oblige 1 Your obedient servant, I ...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 4 January 1867

e i -* d To the Editor of the Perth Gazette $ W. A. Times. Sir,-I was not a little surprised to find that no report had been made to you of our pro- ceedings at the last Agricultural Show. I can- not account for it in any other way than that the Secretary as well as nearly all the rest of the members, have become thoroughly weary of the everlasting interference of what your contemporary's correspondent very justly calls the influence of official dignity. As one of the members of the Committee, I cannot deny that those present, four out of five, gave their con- sent to the published Report ; but it was not done with a good will, and only on condition that one or two clauses should be added to it, a resolution that was passed unanimously. But even those additions were left out without any reference to the members of the Commit- tee, and I am quite satisfied in saying there- fore that the published Report was not sanc- tioned by that body, nor approved of by the members of the Society....

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Mining Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 4 January 1867

Mining Report SIR,-In forwarding you last month's report of the Manager of the Mine, I wish to name the fol- lowing shipments of ores from this Mine, which have been made, viz. :-Per Fitzroy, 230 tons of lead ore; Bridgetown, 2U0 do. ; Palestine, 150 do., and Kesirel 90 tons copper ore, via Sydney, for transhipment home, and in addition to that quantity I am glad to say there will be full 200 tons for next opportunity. .Lionel Samson, Local Manager. E. J. Cole, Esq., secretary, 2 New Broad Street, London. Fortune Copper Mining Company, Limited, Ciiampion Bay, W.A., 30th November, 1866. William Frederick Engine Shaft.-50 N.E. end.-Lode 2£ feet wide, producing stones of lead ore. I have suspended driving this end for a few weeks. No. 2 Stopes bottom 30 S.W.-Working by 2 men, lode 3 feet wide, producing 1 ton lead, and £ ton copper ore per fathom. Samson's Whim Shaft.-Foot wall No. 1 Winze bottom 30 S.W.-S toping by 6 men, lode 6.feet wide, producing 4 tons lead ore per fathom. No. 2 W...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 4 January 1867

To thé Editor-of the Perth Gazette % W. A. Times. Sie,-I daresay it will be in your recollection that in the beginning of this year you made some lot unfavorable remarks on a proposal emanating from me to the Government of Wes- tern Australia, for carrying Electric Communi- cation through your colony to Europe via the Durch Island of Java. 1 think it may be interesting to yourself and your readers to learn the sequel of my efforts ; and if you think fit you canlgive publicity to the following detail and doci ments : Londci, 20th October, 1866. No. 1. 7 Boyal Terrace, Fitzroy, 1 Melbourne, 23rd Nov., 1865. Sib,-I beg through you to address your Go- vernment op a subject which, forming part of my plans for the settlement of Camden Harbor, has by the varied disasters attending that locality been naturally transferred, at all events for the time, to Nickol Bay on such other point as Mr. Sholl may select for the formation of a town- site on the North West Coast. I allude to the accomplis...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 4 January 1867

To the Editer of the Perth Gazette Sç W. A. Times. SIR,-The Government. Gazette contains the ßegulations framed under the new Ordi- nance reducing the duty upon leaf toboceo after it shall have been destroyed for human purposes. According to the first paragraph of these Regulations it is stated that the tobacco is to be rendered unfit for human consumption by the admixture of Oil of Turpentine, Oil of Tar, Kerosene, c>r some other substance to be ap- proved by tie Collector of Customs. The fifth paragraph states that it is at present proposed to mix " not less than one gallon ol' Oil of Tar, or other substance, with one hundred pounds of tobacco." Now, Sir it must be obvious to any person having the slightest chemical knowledge, that the mixture of any of the substances named, will utterly defeat the purpose of the Ordinance, and for very simple rearons-because the}7 are so inflammable iu their nature that no merchant or storekeeper in his senses would venture to admit any compou...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 4 January 1867

CflrrMjrim&ítttt. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette Se W. A. limes. Dear Sie,-I see by a Melbourne paper that the olive-oil from Western Australia is con- sidered more an article of apportunity than of industry; an opinion calculated to divest this article of the interest it would naturally excite. No doubt this idea arose from the fact that no information accompanied it, and therefore the manufacturer has no one to blame but himself. As there is a considerable difficulty in develop- ing any of our natural resources, from the easy- going life our people are accustomed to lead, shunning all enterprise likely to involve a little energy, this item has been slow in claiming public attention ; and though for years it has been increasing, even nowit amounts to a mere nothing placed by other productions. I am pretty certain that the olive trees now in bear- ing are sufficient to supply the colony with salad oil superior to any imported ; but the dif- ficulty in plucking the berrie...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 4 January 1867

Important Sale at Fremantle of Bum, Bottled Beer, Colza Oil, ' &c, &c., &c. , *? , IE. SAMSON, (Government Auctioneer.) Has received instructions to sell (to close consignments) and which will take place at his Eooms, Fremantle, on THUBSDAY, the 10th January, 1867, » at eleven o'clock a.m. : /¡TO (Forty-two) Hhds. of Superior 414ä Bum, 29 O.P. ** 1C0 Tierces Bottled Beer. 6 qr.-casks, each, of Port and Sherry. - 60 drums Colza Oil. 160 bags (each 1001b.) Fine Chilian Flour. ALSO, A great variety of other Merchandize, if time allows. N.B.-The above goods are to be sold in consequence of the retirement of a Firm in London, whose several Consign- ments are ordered to be closed. The Eum will be put up at the reserved price of 2s. 9d. per gallon, and any reasonable advance will be closed with. It is in Bond, and all charges will be paid to the falling of the hammer. gUi" Terms at Sale. Fremantle, Dec. 31, 1866. Sale of Groods and Effects at the Oustom House, Frema...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 4 January 1867

ifeipûttô Intelligence. ARRIVALS. 29.-Kestrel, 170 tons, Davis, master from Champion Bay. Passengers-E. Laurie, S. Laurie, P. Maloney, and W. Clark. Cargo 520 bundles rattans, l8 bags pepper, 9° boxes sago, 54 chests tea, 660 bags sugar, 5 bags coffee, 2 hhds. wine, original cargo from Mauri- tius; also 9' tons copper ore, 11 bags barley, 17 do. wheat from Champion Bay. January 1.-Albert, 24 tons, M. O'Grady, master, from Port Gregory. Cargo-280 bags lead ore. 2.-Bride, 546 tons, Captain H. T. Grigg, from London with general cargo. Passengers -Mrs. R. King and 2 daughters, A. C. G. Eichbaum, wife and family (5) in cabin, and 68 steerage passengers. Date of departure ¿9th September, 95 days out. 3.-Sea Spray, 33 tons, Miles, master, for Irwin River Cargo-35 pkgs. sundries. Same day.-Flying Foam, 34 tons, Cobb, master, for Champion Bay, Passengers Captain Lorey, Messrs. Walker, Herbert, Rhodes, and DeLainey and wife. Cargo-3 hhds. rum, 3 qr.-casks and 10 cases brandy, 1 i-cask and 21 ...

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