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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 September 1875

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Alb ay y,-3rd September, Mary Herbert, íor Fremantle, 9-30 a.m. Geraldton,-3rd August, Annie Beaton, from Cossack, 5 p.m. 4th September, Georgette, from Fremantle, 7-30 a.m. Hampton, from Fremantle. Georgette, for Fremantle, 5-30 p.m. Fbe^ntle,-6th September, Georgette, from Geraldton, 9 a.m.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 September 1875

Protected by Royal Letten Patent, Dated October 11th, 1869. (OZONIC OXYGEN) The New Curative Agent, and only Re- liable Remedy for Nervous and Liver Complaints. This Phosphatic combination is pro- nounced by the most eminent members of tne Medical Profession to be unequ- alled for its power in replenishing the vitality of the body, by its supplying all the essential constituents of the blood and nerve substance, and for developing all the powers and functions of the system to th<, highest degree. J* iS agreeable to the palate, and inno- cent in its action, while retaining all its extraordinary properties ; and as a speci- fic, surpassing all the known therapeutic agents of the present day for the speedy and permanent cure of Nervou9 Prostration lassitude Liver Complaints Shortness of Breath Palpitation of the Heart Trembling of the hands and limbs Dizziness Impaired Nutrition Boises in the Head and Mental and Physical Depres Eara sion loss of Energy and Appetite Consumpti...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 September 1875

THE W.A.TIMES Is one of the best advertising mediums in Western Australia. More than 1500 copies are now issued weekly, and are circulated through every district in the colony. Special advantages are offered to advertisers, as each advertisement appears bi-weekly, but only one insertion is charged. JOB PRINTING. All kinds of Job Printing, in- cluding Circulars, Bill Reads, Posters, Pamphlets, Programmes &c. &c, executed at the office, with punctuality and care at the lowest current rates. Barque ' Daylight' from London. CONSIGNEES by this vessel are requested to PASS .ENTRIES AT ONCE. _,Any goods impeding the dis- charge of the vessel will be landed and bonded at consignees' risk and expense. If Perth boats are not alongside when Perth cargo comes to hand it will be put into Fremantle lighters at consignees' risk and expense. GEO. SHENTON, Agent. Captain Bush will not be responsible for any debts contracted by his crew without his written consent. Fremantle, August 3...

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TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 September 1875

TEMPERANCE. On the 31st ult., a deputation representing the "City Band of Hope and Temperance League," consisting of Messrs.' Farmer, Wim bridge, and Howlett, presented the following address to His Excellency the Governor. TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. May it Please Your Excellency, We the present Deputation representing the " City Band of Hope and Temperance League," would congratulate Your Excellency upon your appointment to the Government of our Colony, and trust under the guidance of a kind Provi- dence the Colony may make moral and material progress, that health and prosperity may be the portion of yourself and your dear family. This society has been in existence for more than 30 years, its object being. to promote temperance, and has been instrumental in intro- ducing the "Rechabite Order," (a Temperance Benefit Society) also the Order of "Good Tem- plars," which has been, and is, a powerfnl organization against the "drinking customs" of the day. We beg most respectfully on ...

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Correspondence. CHURCH OF ENGLAND SUSTENTATION FUND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 September 1875

orr*8]r0iifcfiu*t CHÜBCH OF ENGLAND SUSTENTATION FUND. To the Editor of the W. A. Times. Sir,-I believe most people regard it as quite immaterial, in a moral point ot view, whether a a writer in a public journal signs or withholds his name, if his communication relates only to measures or principles ; but, on the other hand, that to attack anonymously either individuals or a class of men, is an extremely cowardly and disingenuous act. Your paper of yesterday contained, as a previous issue also did, a letter attacking the clergy of the Church of England in this cowardly manner. Both letters pro- fessed to proceed from Churchmen ; but, surely, neither the Church of England nor any other church has anything in its teaching or princi- ples encouraging this covert, this uuchristian no! unmanly-indulgence of a spirit of de- traction. The writer in your paper of yesterday tells his readers, that no anxiety need be entertained about the maintenance of the clergy if they be deserving men, Dr...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 September 1875

acal ait ir êiniral. Crrv Council.-On Friday evening last the usual monthly meeting of the City Council took place when the ordinary routine business was contracted. The application of Mr. Douglas for permission to sell colonial wine at the Town Hall stalls was further postponed for consideration. The bad state of the streets was again referred to, and Councillor Letch brought up the ques- tion of the Volunteer Drill shed, and tabled a plan which had been sent to him. Councillor Churchyard wanted to know when the com- mittee appointed to revise the new municipal Act intended to bring up their report, and we believe he is not the only one in quest of this information. The Famous Red Herring Case:-A telegram published in another column, states that Mr. Gray has again been brought before the bench in the matter of the Red Herring Case, and has been convicted and fined £100 and all costs. We have been informed that the informa- tion in the present case charged Mr. Gray with removing goo...

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MESSRS. MOODY AND SANKEY TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 September 1875

MESSRS. MOODY AND SANKEY To the Editor of the W. A. Times. Sir,-In your issue of the 29th June last you drew the attention of your, "readers to a letter upon "American Revivalists" writtenapparently by an eye-witness, who, in alluding to Mr. Moody's preaching, says, " He wishes to do per manent good, ana the question is, does he suc- ceed ?" Now, in answer to this, I wül give but a quotation from a recent London paper, and your leaders can then judge for themselves At an " International Combination'^ for con- sultation on the means of extending the work, the Rev. A. Chapman said that as the .result of Messrs. Moody and Sankey's services in Ship field, his brother had added to his church some 200 converts. The Rev. W. Gill, twenty years a missionary in this South Sea Islands, spoke of the effect of the revival upon mission efforts ;" and Mr. Sankey, after singing an appropriate hymn, said that " many a poor broken heart had been opened by hymns such as the one he had just sung;" and ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 September 1875

THE « W. A- TIMBS ' IS PUBLISHED IN PERTH, ON TUESDA YSand FRIDAYS, IN TIME FOR THE OUTGOING MAIL. PRICE 3d. Annual subscription in advance ¿£10 0 ADVERTISEMENTS. First 8 lines, 3s. 6d., and every addi- tional line 3d. Special arrangements made for standing advertisements. All ADVERTISEMENTS are inserted in both weekly issues, and therefore appear twice the number of times required, without any additional charge. AGENTS. Mr. Isaac Walker, Geraldton. Mr. W. Waldeck, Greenough. Mr. G. Inkpen, York. Mr. C. S. Monger, Newcastle. Mr. John Smith, Dongarra. Mr. G. R. Teede, Bunbury and South- ern Districts. 8. S. " GEORGETTE* SAILS from Champion Bay every 4th _ SATURDAY, under contract with the Government, to convey English and Co- lonial mail-!, to and from Albany. Pas- sengers will ¡.ieasti note the postal lime tables, for the departure oi the boat from the différent ports. CONNON & McKAY. August 8,1874. Notice. I WILL not be responsible for any debts contracted by tbe master or ...

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Country News. FREMANTLE. Port Topics. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 September 1875

Country News FREMANTLE. Port Topics. (From our own Correspondent.) Mr. T. W. Mews Jun., made the best launch this morning I have witnessed in Fremantle. The dog-shores were no sooner released than the vessel glided into the water and is now moored opposite the yard of the builder. Her burden is about 52 tons ; she has been christened the "Myra." The vessel is to be schooner rigged and is destined for the pearl shell fishery. The owners are Messrs J. & VV. Bateman. Another vessel of a smaller tonnage built by Mr. Storey for the same firm will be launched in a few days. Her name is to be the " Jessie" and she is also intended for the same trade as the "Myra"   The Bazaar held Wednesday and Thursday at the School Room of the Sisters of ¡st. Jobej)!., in behalf of the building fund of St. Patuck's Church, has I understand resulted so far as can be ascertained at present, very satisfactory in a monetary point of view. The fair s>ex in charge of the stalls certainl...

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GREENOUGH. (From an occasional Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 10 September 1875

GREENOUGH. (From an occasional Correspondent.) Some length of time has elapsed siuce my last, but there has been a dearth of news such as would interest your readers. The crops at the present time look well, and the rains which fell last week were much needed, as feed was beginning to look dry and parched. As I now write it is raining hard, and it will do a great deal of good here. From all appearances at present, the farmers will have very little to grumble about this yaar. Shearing is going on all around, and several teams loaded with wool have passed here on their way from the Irwin to Geraldton. I have not heard yet as to the probable yield this clip. The Scab Inspector has his hands full at present, and two sheeep owners have lately been fined in this district for infringing the 13th sec. of the Scab Ordin- ance, £25 and £12 respectively. A meeting ia called by the Agricultural Society, for Monday 6th Sept., to arrange about the show of stock and produce ; the ¡settlers, as a b...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 10 September 1875

To the Editor of thu W. A. Times. Sir,-I was amused on reading in your eon temporary the Inquirer on Saturday last Gover- nor Weld's despatches to Her Majesty ; one in particular, where His Excellency says, the survey department has much to be done in it yet ; this so far I think is one of the truest despatches ever sent Home by Governor Weld. In years gone by if people bought land, by paying their money, they could get their title deeds, but now they are obliged to wait, I sup- pose until our Commissioner ot Titles arrives, so as to give bim some work to start with. So tar, so good ; but why inconvenience the public P 1 know one poor man here now, who bought and paid tor land months ago, but cannot get his deeds. The same person now wants to sell but cannot, much to his inconvenience. This is only one case of many. Will you inform me what time our govern ment officials go by here. The police of course are ezecusable tor ringing their bell ten minutes before time at night, they no d...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 10 September 1875

To the Editor of the W. A. Times. Sir,-lu your issue of Tuesday 31st ult, in giving an account of the sad accident at Smith's Lake, which unfortunately resulted in the death of the boy Charles Wells, you say that I appear to lave lost my presence of mind, "and instead of making any effort to extricate the child rushed away for assistance." This statement ia not correct ; I' did not lose my " presence of mind." If in the fall the lad had been thrown within the cart, I certainly should have done my best to save bim, but when I saw at a glance that he was firmly held down by the rail of the cart, I knew that no effort of mine could release him ; I did the next best thing ; I ran with all speed to the nearest for assistance. Yours truly, JOHN CORBETT. Perth, Sept. 4th 1875. [The tacts as we reported them were com- municated and we believe we qualified the statement referred to with a preliminary " it is ..aid." Ed. W.A.T.]

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NEWCASTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 10 September 1875

NEWCASTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) The Settler's Ball which took place at Leeder'8 Hotel on Wednesday the 1st Septem- ber was a complete success in every way, nearly eighty persons being present on the occasion. The music, consisting of harmonium, violin, and concertina was good; the refreshments which were of the best and most liberally sup- plied, were excellent ; and dancing, which com - inenced about nine o'clock, was kept up with unflagging spirit, until daylight on Thursday morning. It is, I hear, intended to have another gathering of the same kind shortly. The settlers too were present on this occasion, having been so well pleased with the first entertainment. Great preparations appear to be in progress for the annual tea meeting and concert, to be held in the Newcastle Mechanic's Hall on Wed- nesday evening next, the 15th instant. From the names of the ladies and gentlemen who are to affoid the musical treat, there appears to be every prospect of success. The Newcastle...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 10 September 1875

NOTICE. The Proprietors desire ta notify to the Subscribers and Public generally, that they pave secured the services of a gentleman recommended by the Editor of the, " Argus,n Melbourne, who mil for the future under- take the management of the paper. With a view io meet the wishes of the majority of tfte subscribers, it has been decided to issue Hie paper in its present form, and to carry cut other alterations deemed necessary. CORRESPONDENCE upon all matters of public interest is solicited. All such com munications arc to be addressed to the Edi- tor and must be accompanied by the name and address of tlie writer, not necessarily however for publication.

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PERTH BISHOPRICK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 10 September 1875

PERTH BISHOPRICK. To the Editor of the W. A. Times. Sir,-An important question that must arise in connection with the appointment of a success- or to Bishop Hale, is that of the endowment of the see. Your readers are probably aware that the present income is quite inadequate for tibe maintenance of a Bishop, and for enabling him to meet constant demands on his liberality; and we can hardly txnect again to receive a man qualified a¡t once by private resources, and by piety and energy., I am given to understand that the income of the bishoprick is about JB600 per annum. It should be raised to £1000 ; at least to £800. But how ? The means of members of the church will be fully taxed to provide the proposed Sustentation Fund; and I imagine that not even those who advocate that the support of the clergy be left dependent on their popularity will desire to apply the same measure to their Chief Pastor. I believe that an appeal emanating from the Colonists, and ; ut forward by persons inter...

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Correspondence. SUSTENTATION FUND FOR CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES, [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 10 September 1875

éoxxtsyonhcntz. SUSTENTATION FUND FOR CHURCH OF ENGLAND. To the Editor of the W. A. Times, Sir, Your foot note to a letter from " Another Churchman," calls for a few more words on the subject. You wisely recommend, and so do I, that a reference to our friend "Barker" of the '* Mutual Provident" is a desirable and praise- worthy thing for men or churches, but Mr. Editor, pray inform us in this remote corner of \ the colony on the following viz : Has the Catholic Church a Sustentation Fund. Has the Wesley an do. do. do. Has the Congregational do. do. If not, why not ? The reasons why, in my opinion are, that the clergymen of those churches have more zeal, more heart in their work, and consequently are more respected and loved. They do not require such a fund. We do not hear of any clergymen of those churches taking a trip to the old coun- try on the plea of ill-health, receiving salaries during their absence, but on their arrival in England are quite well enough to go towork. Yours &a...

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To the Editor of the W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 10 September 1875

To the Editor of the W. A. Times. Sir,-I beg to call your attention to some writing in the Herald about Governor Weld's report in the supplement of, I believe, Aug. 7th. Read our land regulations, and then the Uerala's version. The class of agriculturists which he assumes have been so harshly treated never had any ex- istence. ' The present S.O.L. Holders in the Eastern districts are S.wood men, more than anything else ; some of them do not even grow their own horse food. The statement respecting the former clause is grossly false. The free selection system is not suited to our colony ; the squatter will be materially injured, and agri- culture as a respectable industry will not take the place of sheep. Men are tempted to take a piece of land with- out regard to ultimate results, muddle on for a few years, and finding no profit, give it up. If they could as the Herald says all have a run, it would be no better, because the quantity awarded to each, could not be more than sufficient ...

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GUILDFORD COURT. Tuesday, 7th September, 1875. (Before E. W. Lanyor, Esq., S. W. Viveash, Dr. Elliott, and R. De Burgh, Esgrs., J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 10 September 1875

GUILDFORD COURT. Tuesday, 7th September, 1875. (Before E. W. Lanyor, Esq., S. W. Viveash, Dr. Elliott, and B. De Burgh, Esgrs., J.P.'s.) Mr. William Rock, farmer and land owner of Gingin, was summoned at the instance of Mr. John Dewar, also a farmer and land owner, with having, on 23rd August last,-" P"Ued down several pannels of fencing, and driven cattle across his land at Gingin. Mr. Howell appeared for defendant. The facts were almost undisputed, and they were as follows. Mr. Rock is the owner of a stock of land in fee-simple which he uses as a paddock, some distance from his homestead; to get to this paddock with his cattle, he would have to take a wide circuit round private land, and to avoid this, application was made to the Com- missioner of Crown Lands to lay out a short line of road through Mr. Dewar's fee-simple land. Acting under the orders of the Com- missioner, Mr. Quinn, Government Surveyor, laid out a line of land 30 chains long through Dewar's land. Mr. Rock used th...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 10 September 1875

NOTICE. AU persons desirous of becoming sub- scribers or otlierwise, will oblige by notifying the same.

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SHIPPING AND MAIL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 10 September 1875

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH {3HIPPINQ AND MAIL INTELLIGENCE., Fremantle,-Tuesday, September 7th, Gem, fpr Dongarra, 3 p.m. Albany,- Wednesday, September 8th, Emily Smith, for Adelaide. Runnymede, from Hobart Town. Canton, from Whaling Grounds. Thusday, 9th, September, Georgette, from Fre- mantle, 9 a.m. Adriatic, from Liverpool. Bunbury,-Wednesday, September 8th, Annie Agnes, for Busselton. Busselton,-Wednesday, September, 8th, May, for Bunbury. Geraldton,-Wednesday, September 8th, Hampton, for Shark« Bay, 2 p.m. Thursday, September 9th, Annie Beaton, for Fremantle, 7 a. in. Nautilus, from Cossack, 9 a.m. Williams,-Wednesday, September 8th, Overland Mail arrived 6 p.m., left for Albany, 7 p.m. Kojonup,-Thursday, September, 9th, Oyer land Mail, (outward), passed for Albany, 10-25 a.m

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