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IMPORTS per brig Dart, Captain Griffin, from Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 May 1833
IMPORTS per brig Dart, Captain Griffin, from Sydney. 5 cases Candles-200 bareis Maize-Ila Cheeses-77 bags Biscuit-7 casks Beef-30 casks Beer- 14 casks Pork-6 casks Tongues 20 tons Coals--10tons Bran--12casks Beef-! pun- cheon Boots and Shoes-1 case Wearing Apparel -9 casks Beer-4 kegs Tobacco-12 Sheep-15 Pigs-8 tons Bran-1 case Gin-600 bags Flour -1 puncheons Rum. Per Thistle from Launceston, 4 Cases cheese, 2 Ditto Stock-keepers boots, 4 Casks loaf sugar, 20 Kegs nails, 24 Hodgsheads brown stout, 1 Cask whitening, 2 Bales 1 case muslin & prints, 14 Casks ale & stout con. 85 doz. 1 Case shoes, 64 Bags con. 200 bushels wheat, L6 Bags onions, 9 Bales kip leather, 3 Ditto taned kangeroo skins, 8S Pieces sole leather, 2 Bundles cheese. 207 bags con. 593 bushels oats, 1 Bdle saddles, Ditto lead, Ditto iron pots, 3 Cans boiled oil, 45 Boxes soap, 2 Casks gun- powder, 4 Kegs white lead, 4 Ditto black, 1 Case stationery, 24 Cases candles, 15,000 Shin- gles, 1 Case apples, 1 ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 May 1833
TO BE LET CHELTENHAM FARM, on the Canning River TO BE SOLD An eligible ALLOTMENT, at Guildford.-Apply to Fremantle. G. Leake. The MAIL for England &c, &c, will be closed in the couise o£$he week. ^' ( TO MERCHANTS CAPTAINS AND BUILDERS. ON SALE at a reasonable price for Money ty Stores ABOUT 30 Tons of very superior MAHOGANY, in the log, well season- ed. The greater part squared and ready for exportation.-Lying about One Mile from the coast of Cockburn Sound. Apply to T. Watson. Perth, April 17, 1833. STABLING Mr, Richard Lewis, of Fremantle begs to inform the inhabitants of Perth, & the Settlers in general, that he has supe- rior accommodation for Horses, at his Livery-Stables Fremantle, where, he hopes, that good hay, corn, and strict attendance will ensure their partronage. Fremantle, April 26th, 1833* SALE WITHOUT RESERVE. On Friday the 10th day of May, 183 at X2 o'clock Mr. RICHARD LEWIS WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT Mr. LEEDERS LARGE ROOM, PERTH, the f...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 May 1833
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Arrival O* the 27th Ultimo, the Dart, Captain Griffin, from Sydney, left the 15th Mardi; touched at King Geoige's Sound. The Governor Bourke had aimed at Sydney after a passage of 30 days. The Jolly Rambler arrived at King George's Sound on the iSth ultimo. The Adelaide of Hobart Town from the Island of Dessolation had put in there with loss of anchors and cables She had a full cargo of Elephant oil, longues &c. The vessel which was seen off Garden Island at the same time with the. Dart, was the Sir Thomas Monro, from Sydney, bound for Batavia. Capt. Toby went on board. II er object in approaching this Port was, to ascertain whether we had received any later accounts from England respecting the war which was reported to have broken out between the English, French, and Belgians, opposed to the Russians, Prussians, and Dutch. According to the report of the Captain of the Monro, 40 or 50 Dutch vessels had been taken into Portsmouth by the combined fleet. ...
PROCLAMATION By His Honor Frederick Chidley Irwin, Captain in His Majesty's 63d Regiment of Foot, Lieutenant Governor, Commander-in-Chief, and Vice-Admiral of the Colony of Western Australia and its Dependencies [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 May 1833
PROCLAMATION By His Honor Frederick Chidley Irwin, Cap- tain in His Majesty's 63d Regiment of Foot, Lieutenant Governor, Commander-in-Chief, and Vice-Admiral of the Colony of Western Australia and its Dependencies WHEREAS by an Act of the Lieutenant Govern- or, with the Advice of the Legislative Council, passed in the present year of His Majesty's Reign, intituled %t An Act to enforce and regulate the Per- formance of Quarantine in certain cases in Western Australia " It is amongst other things enacted that as often as the Governor or acting Governor of Western Australia, with the Advice of the Ex- ecutive Council, shall by Proclamation notify that any place or places beyond the- seas is or are in- fected with any infectious disease, snd that it is probable such disease may be brought from such place or places to the said Colony, then and im- mediately from and after such notification all Ships or Vessels arriving from or having touched at any such place or places, and all vessels a...
BY 7 & 8 GEORGE 4 CAP, 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 May 1833
By 7 & 8 GEORGE 4 Cap, 21. section 6. " JNewspapers printed within His Ma- jesty's Colonies and Possessions beyond the " Seas brought into Great Britain and Ireland by " Ships other than Packets," are subject to a Postage of Three-Pence each-" Every snch newspaper to be sent without a cover or with a cover open at the sides," no writing to be there- on other than the superscription or address ; no other paper or thing to be enclosed therein. Section 7. Pamphlets. Magazines, Reviews, or other Periodical Publications, conveyed by Packet Boat to any of His Majesty's Colonies or Plan- tations are subjected to a Postage (in England) of one shilling for any weight not exceeding six ounces, and three-pence for every additional ounce-every fraction of an ounce to be consi ,,- dered as an ounce.-The same restrictions as to the cover, writing thereon, and enclosures there- in, as in the case of newspapers. Sections 4 and ,5. Printed Proceedings of the Imperial Parliament sent to any o...
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 May 1833
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL The arrival of the Dart from Sydney, although of very recent date, has left us again without any files of Papers, owing to the Captains refusing to convey a Mail. The public has so frequently been disap pointed in this respect, arising we pre- sume from the cupidity of individuals, that it is high time, the practice was ex- posed. In ilie instance uf the " Frances Charlotte " our communication with other colonies, as we noticed a few weeks ago, was impeded ; the Eagle arrived a short time subsequently, and the same practice was pursued ; again we have the Dart, and still no letters or papers from our friends ; if the interest of mercantile transactions requires these subterfuges, at the expense of our private relations, we regret the expedient, and pity the narrow minded individuals, who can seek a re- turn-if return it be-from such a source. The trick has been too generally practised, and will inevitably thwart the object of those, whose ingenuity we ...
PROCLAMATION By His Honor Frederick Chidley Irwine Esquire, Captain in His Majesty's 63rd Regiment of foot, Lieutenant Governor, Commander in Chief, and Vice Admiral of the colony of Western Australia and its Dependencies. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 May 1833
PROCLAMATION By His Honor Frederick Chidley Irwine Esquire, Captain in His Majesty's 63rd Regiment of foot, &nbsp; Lieutenant Governor, Commander in Chief and Vice Admiral of the colony of Western Australia and its Dependencies. WHEREAS it appears from information received, that a Murder was committed yesterday between the hours of two and &nbsp; three o'clock, on the road from Fremantle &nbsp; to the Canning two miles beyond Bull's creek, on the Bodies of two white men named Velvick, servants to Mr. Phillips of Maddington Farm on the Canning Ri- ver, and as there is no reason to doubt that the Murder was committed by a party of Natives, headed by a particular Native named "Egan or Yagan" supposed to be the chief perpetrator ; NOW therefore I the Lieutenant Governor, do hereby, in virtue of the power in me vested, pronoun- ce and declare the said " Egan " to be an outlaw deprived of the protection of the British laws, and I do hereby authorize and command all...
DECLARATION OF WAR BY GREAT BRITAIN AGAINST HOLLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 May 1833
DECLARATION OF WAR BY GREAT BRITAIN AGAINST HOLLAND. The following intelligence we have taken from our file of the Launceston Ad- vertiser received by the Thistle up to the 28 March :-the information originated with the Sydney Monitor of March lo - 7riiE~"SuRRr i, female comict transport, sailed from Cork the 15th November, and brought us a series of Atlases to the 4th. We have seen papers a few da) s laier. By them we leam the following particulars. War is declared against the Dutch by an order of the King in Council, dated the 16th November, laying an embargo on all Dutch vessels in all parts of the King s dominions at home and abroad, and also on the high seas in all parts of the world ; but it is ordered that " the utmost care be taken so that no injury or embezzlement be made on board the said vessels." From which it seems the Brit- ish Government do not despair of an adjustment of the quarrel, without effusion of blood. This war is owing to William of Holland refus- ing to giv...
MURDER OF THOMAS AND JOHN VEL VICK BY A PARTY OF NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 May 1833
Murder of Thomas and John Vel vick by a Party of Natives. On Wednesday last, an inquiry was instituted by the Magistrates of Freman- tle touching the Murder of the two Vel vicks, when the following facts were elicited : Mr. Phillips having ordered a quantity of provisions for the supply of his farm, to be sent up to Bulls' Creek from Fremantle by Captain Mc Dermott's boat, proceed- ed to the Creek, a distance of about 5 miles from the farm, on Tuesday morning with three carts, and four of his men, two of whom were the unfortunate Velvicks'. On their arrival at the Creek, about 30 Natives came up, and appeared to be friendly ; Migegaroo was extremely in- quisitive, and asked repeatedly how many men were with the first cart, which by this time had been loaded and dispatched on the road ; being told there were two they instantly made off in the direction of the cart. The other carts being loaded also proceeded on the road, and when about 4 miles from the Creek the men thought they hear...
A NATIVE SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 4 May 1833
A NATIVE SHOT. About 2 o'clock on the night of Mon- day last, Chidlow, a person who resided near the Stores of the late Mr. G. F. Johnson, at Fremantle, which are at present occupied by Mr. Downing, heard an unusual noise, and got up to ascertain the occasion of it, when he perceived two or three Natives in the act of breaking into the Stores ; he aroused some of his neighbours and each being armed, they surprized the natives in the fact, Chidlow fired, and Domjum fell ; the guns of the persons who accompanied Chidlow were discharged at the other natives, as they fled ; and there is every reason to believe took effect, but did not prove fatal. Dom- jun was conveyed to the Jail, where he received medical attendance ; the ball lodged in his head, and although the &nbsp; brains were exuding from the cavity, he &nbsp; lingeredftor three days before he expired. &nbsp; &nbsp; These Stores had been robbed a few &nbsp; nights previously of a quantity ...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE PERTH, 10th MAY, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 May 1833
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Commissariat Office Perth, 10th May, 1833. Sealed Tenders in Triplicate will be received at this Office, on Friday tl\e 17th instant, at 12 o'clock, from such Person or Persons as may be willing to undertake the following Work, and sup- ply the undermentioned Articles for the use of the Surveyor General's Depart ment, viz : To Plank and Complete for service the Frame of a Portable Boat. To make a Drawing Table, 3 feet by 6 inches, with Folding Legs. Twelve Station Poles, 7 feet long, and 2', inches in diameter. Four good Oars, and a Boat-hook. Particulars relative to the above Work may be obtained by application at the Surveyor General's Office. Four Small Axes One Hand Saw One Frying Pan 30 yards Calico of any colour 12 papers Black Ink-powder 6 papers Red Ink-powder 500 Goose Quills 2 boxes Wafers 1 ream Post Paper 2 quires Blotting Paper John Lewis, Dep. Asst. Com. Gen.
PROCLAMATION (continued) ORDERS Referrence to the above Proclamation. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 May 1833
PROCLAMATION (continued) ORDERS Referrence to the above Proclamation. 19. Do you know whether any person employed in loading your vessel, or in bringing any arti- cles into it, or having any communication on board thereof, was taken ill during such employ- ment or communication ? If so, of what disease ? 20. Do you kuow whether your cargo has been long warehoused before its being taken on board ? If you do, say how long ? X. The Answers to the aforesaid Questions shall be taken down in writing, and the Master, Commander, or other person having charge of such vessel, shall make oath to the truth thereof before the Superintendent of Quarantine» and shall deliver to such Superintendent of Quarantine his Log Book, Manifest, and all the Ships' Papers, the same having been first immersed in vinegar mid fumigated ; and such Commander, Master, or other person in charge of such vessel shall make oath to the truth of the Contents of such Log Book to the best of his recollection and belief ; o...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, May 10th, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 May 1833
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary s Office,. Perth, May 10th, 1833. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Hours of Attendance at the Public Offi- ces Published in the Gazette of the 17th. Ultimo, had no Reference to, that of the Registrar Clerk, the Hours of Attend- ance at which Office: were Published in, the Gazette of the 23d March, by that Officer. By His Honor s Command, FEim, Brown, . Colonial Secretary. Á
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, PERTH, 10th MAY, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 May 1833
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Commissariat Office, Perth,, 10th May, 1833. Sealed Tenders in Triplicate will be received at this Office on Friday the 17th instant, at 12 o'clock, from such Per- son or Persons who may be willing to enter into a Contract for Twelve Months Certain for the Burial of Paupers and. other destitute Persons. The Tender to state the lowest Price including all charges. John Lewis, Dep. Asst. Com. Gen.
ORDER IN COUNCIL AT THE COURT AT ST. JAMES'S, the 6th day of NOVEMBER, 1832, Present, THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY, in Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 May 1833
ORDER IN COUNCIL At the Court at St. James's, the 6th day of November, 1832, Pre- sent, The King's Most Excellent Majesty, in Council. " It is this day ordered by His Majesty, by and with the advice of his Privy Council, that no ships or vessels belong- ing to any of His Majesty's subjects be permitted to enter and clear out for any of the ports within the dominions of the King of the Netherlands until further orders. " And His Majesty is further pleased to order that a general embargo or stop be made of all ships and vessels what- soever, belonging to the subjects of the King of the Netherlands, now within, or which shall hereafter come into, any of the ports, harbours, or roads within any part of His Majesty's dominions, together with all persons and effects on board such ships or vessels, and that the com- manders of His Majesty's ships of war do detain and bring into port, all mer- chant ships and vessels bearing the flag of the Netherlands ; but that the utmost care be taken fo...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 May 1833
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; In consequence of the approach of a heavy North Wester on Wednesday night last the 8th instant, the Thistle, and Monkey in the course of the morn- ing ran over to Cockburn Sound. Lying in Cockburn Sound on the 11th instant.-The Dart, Eagle, Auranzu, Ellen (Government Schooner). Thistle, and Monkey A MAIL for England will be closed at the General Post-Office, Perth, on Wednesday next the 15th Inst.
CIVIL COURT, PEETH, 7 MAY, 1833 BEFORE G. F. MOORE, ESQ., Civil Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 May 1833
CIVIL COURT, Peeth, 7 May, 1833 Iîefore G. F. Moore, Esq., Civil Commissioner. W. N. Clark v. R. Lewis.-The Plaintiff sought reparation in Damages, which were laid at 500/. for an assault and battery, and for the uttering by the Defendant, of certain slanderous words to his (the Plaintiffs) damage and injury.-The Jury being sworn, Mr. W. T. Graham rose to address them; for a considerable period (he stated) the Plaintiff had been employed by the Defendant, in the capacity of an Agent, and during that time various transactions had passed between them, amongst the rest there was a bill transaction for 24/., which bill the Plaintiff negociated or pledged to Dixon of Fremantle for 12Z., one pound to be given for the accommodation for a month. When the bill became due proceedings were instituted against the Defendant for the whole amount ofthe bill, and judgment was given for 13/. On Mr. Clark's (the Plaintiffs) return home, he examined his books and found that the Defendant was due to hi...
ENGLISH, AND FOREIGN NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 May 1833
English, and Foreign News The following are Extracts from the Launceston Advertiser ofthe 28 March, 1833, which is the latest intelligence received in the Colony. We now give the Order in Council which our space last week would not admit of. We had written so far, when we received papers by the Andromeda male transport to the I2th Nov. ihclusive. She left the coast of England the 17th of that month. England would be very dull hut for three causes, but which are not very interesting to us, nor yet very exciting at home ; viz, the Belgium and Hol- land quarrel, the Pedro and Miguel quarrel, and electioneering. With respect to the first, the question is, whether the French will attack the Dutch who garrison the citadel of Antwerp, and whether the garrison will bombard the city and destroy it ; if not, whether they can hold out against the French; whether the united French and Belgians will be attacked by the Dutch ; and in such event, which will gain the day. Or whe- ther William of Ho...