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

Holloway's Pills.-Protectors ot Health. In the hand-to-hand stiuggle for existence in the present day good health is everything. Holloway's purifying, digestive, and gently laxative Pills are admirably adapted for restor- ing soundness to invalids whose functions are so feebly performed that life itself seems most precarious. The stomach may have its many maladies removed by a judicious use of these Pills, the torpid liver is roused to active secretion, and every other organ subserving digestion is placed at its natural standard and better fitted for its duties. It is impossible to have a doctor at our elbow at all seasons and places, but these Pills will supplant that loss, for they universally act beneficially in every ailment. ----- ^s4\ D5 J.COLLIS BROWNE r- SA ^CHLORODYNE > 1 CHLORODYNE. CHOLERA, DYSENTERY, DIARRHOEA, CRAMP, AGUE, FEVER, RHEUMA- TISM, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, COUGH, &c. All pain, vomiting, and distress ceases in a few minutes after taking a dose of that ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 4 January 1867

MISCELLANEOUS. D, pa It is announced that the Government have resolved on making a new effort to rescue the unfortunate Englishmen who are still held in capitivity by King Theiedore, in Abyssinia. In a few days, it is said Mr. Fiad will leave lor the court of that soveieign, the bearer of a conciliatory and dignified letter from the Queen, urging the release of our countrymen. Colonel Merewether will follow Mr. Fiad, with suitable presents for the Abyssinian monarch, as far as Maseowah, where he will await the result of Mr. Flad's before he proceeds further. 'A "Repentant snd now ex-Fenian" declares, in a letter to the Dublin ' Daily Express', that there are depots of combustible fire in Liverpool and in other parts of England besides the one lately found in that city by the police : The combustible, he writes, found in bottles in Salisbury-street, Liverpool, and called " Liquid fire" (and which ignites almost im- mediately on coming into contact with the open air), was designed, in...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. "Be just and fear not; Let all the ends thou aim'st at bethy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."—Shakspeare. FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 4 January 1867

fertft «¡wile & W. |. gimes. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be'thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Shdkspeare. The commencement of a new year is a period when communities, as well as indi- viduals, should not only pass in review the progress they have made ¡during the previous twelve months, but also take stock and devise such measures as may tend to their future well doing. Although, in common with the sister colonies, West- ern Australia did not pass scathless over the past year, yet we have great reason to be thankful to Divine Providence, that the drawbacks we sustained were not greater-in fact as ruinous and disastrous as those of our neighbors. A short corn crop last season, a thousand o* two sheep lost, and no increase in the quantity of wool for shipment this season, are the only signs we have to mourn for from the effects of the unprecedented drought to which the eolony was subjected ; while, possibly, at the same time we may have to th...

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FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 4 January 1867

FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) You must pardon "your own" for uot sending bia j Budget lust week. i The gay and festive aeasoiijmnst be my excuse; "the sound ' of revelry" having now died away 1 will " cry back," aud con meneo from the date of my last effusion. The first event I have to note is the fact that on the 20th ult. our Volunteer Corps was iuspected by Colonel Bruce, and a sorry show we made of it. When I inform vour readers that the reviewing officer followed the unusual course of leaviug the ground without exproasiugone word of comment, it is needless to say more. " Deeds not wards," was the motto of the gallant Commandant ; without break- ing off, but not without a little falling out, the company marched to the north jetty where the steamer was waiting to convey the corps to Perth fora moonlight visit to their P2rih brethren, fromwhenee they returned at 2 o'clock the following morning, and were landed at the Bridge aud marched into Fremantle. The proceedings th...

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

For London Direct. THE clipper barque ZEPHYR, ¡A 1, 409 tons register, E. El _jLiOTT, Commander. Has good accommodation for passengers. For freight or passage apply to J. G. C. CAEE, Perth. FRANCISCO BROS., Fremantle. FOR LONDON". THE clipper baique. FITZROY, Al 14 years, 573 tons register, J. Mail IiAed, will leave for the above Port about the first week in January. The vessel has superior accommodation for passen- gers. For freight or passage applv to C. A. MANNING-, Or G. SHENTON & Co. For Adelaide Direct. THE clipper barque SEA RIPPLE, ^Pringle, master, will sail for the ______^above Port with all despatch, having the principal portion of her cargo engaged. For freight or passage apply to J. &W. BATEMAN. Sale by Auction. IE. TAHITI Is instructed by the Mortgagee (under a power of sale) to sell by Auction, at the Freemasons' Hotel, Perth, on "WEDNESDAY, the 16th day of January, 1867, at noon precisely SWAN*LOCATION No. 327, contain ing 40 acres. This most eligible...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 4 January 1867

BIRTH. GULL.-At Guildford, on the morning of the New Year, MRS. GULL, of a son.                   DEATH.   LITTLE.-At Dardanup, on the 24th Novem- ber, 1866, aged 69 years and 6 months, Eliza, the beloved wife of Thomas Little, Esq., J.P.

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SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. [Before His Honor Chief Justice Burt.] WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 4 January 1867

SUPREME COURT-CRIMINAL SIDE. [Before His Honor Chief Justice Burt.] Wednesday, Jan. 2, 1867. Samuel Bayles, charged with breaking into a warehouse of Her Majesty the Queen and stealing a quantity of tools and other articles, the property of Her Majesty. David Adamson-Was a Warder at Fre- mantle Bridge about 16th December last in charge of convicts, and had charge of the tool shed. On Sunday evening the 16th, there were m the shed picks, knives, wedges, pri- soners drawers and shirts. I had lett every- thing safe on the previous evening, doors locked, and shutters fastened. About 6% on Sunday evening I went into the shed, the outer door was locked, but I saw that the shutter in the inner shed was unbuttoned and was slightly open, on trying to open the door of the dinner or tool shed I found I could not as there was something prevented it, I then saw a wedge against it which I removed and then saw two others on the ground, and all the other tools were in confusion, I saw some tracks o...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT. NOVEMBER 24, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 January 1867

LONDON WOOL REPORT NOVEMBER 24,1866. The fourth- and closing series of sales for this year commenced on the 15th November, the arrivals announced in time for sale compris- ing :-Sydney, 6936 bales ; Port Phillip, 4931 bales; Tasmania, 1026; New Zealand, 4054 bales ; Adelaide, 2502 bales ; Cape, 43,968 bales -63,430 bales ; held over, about 7000 bales ; total, 70,430 bales. The opening sale was well attended by the home trade, and biddings made with consider- able animation for all descriptions at fully the closing prices of last sales. For Sydney fleece prices were a shade higher, but Cape about a Id. lower. Contrary to the expectation of many, comb- ing wools have not excited the animated coin petion and higher prices anticipated, the de- pressed state of trade at Bradford causing buyers thence to operate with extreme caution. Prices have been irregular since the first two days, and buyers bid cautiously. Ex- porters are doing but little, and the dealers seen indispoaed to increase...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 January 1867

NEW ZEALAND. The Maori King has signified his submission, and has invited Governor Grey to visit him.

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MELBOURNE TWENTY-EIGHT YEARS SINCE. [From the Australasian.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 January 1867

MELBOURNE TWENTY-EIGHT YEARS SINCE. [From the Australasian.^ After looking over a collection of curi- ous and interesting chronicles of Victorian history, the writer finds himself induced to pause and expatiate on a very remark- able point in the retrospect. It was in the year 1838 that the first newspaper printed in the colony made its appear- ance. For some months previously a manuscript sheet of weekly information had been issued to the Melbourne public, its intelligence flowing directly from the industrious fore-finger of the redoutable John Pascoe Fawkner. But, on the 27th of October, 1838, Messrs. Arden and mt to nd res íes el tat nd ÍX ch of jle icy >re li ni- ke lo. he 3ir ief ad is, ild is, ct, of rs ad .re J' *e. he fo- in re. Id ag a is iot it. ho ild l8, Vii on he ice is ire ve. of li îir i a its or of ist as )W et it or tis Li- ra d. a at 'St ne of T 3h s re nt ra id til al so at as ?e ig ig tis er m '1 t *P re so 11 Ld st s. Y m Strode produced the first number of t...

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A SERMON ON NEWSPAPERS. [From the News of the World.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 January 1867

A SEIMON ON NEWSPAPERS. j I -w <o j (From the News of the WorldJ] The following is an extract from a sermon 'preached at Manchester last Sunday, October 14, by the Rev. Brooke Herford. The text was taken from St. Paul's first epistle to Timothy, iv. 13 : "Grive attendance to reading." Mr. Herford said :-I spoke toyou last Sunday evening on the general subject of self culture. ( To-night I am going to speak of sometlling still more important-of a kind of leading which I hold to be not mere occupation for leisure, but an integral and essential part of the constant work of life. I think that if from any cause the kinds of reading to which I could give attendance were limited to two, the\ two, which I should choose would be a newspaper and the Bible. Let us have the widest, largest culture possible, alike for man and woman ; but if I were confined to two kinds, the news- paper andlthe Bible would have my vote, and for this reason, that they seem to me together to cover the wi...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 January 1867

VICTOEIA. Lord Carnarvon declines to open Sir C. Darling's case. A deputation of farmers have waited on the Chief Secretary to ask for a protective duty on wheat. Mr. MeCullock declines to give any information of the intentions of the Govern- ment. The Intercolonial Eifle Matches have been held in Melbourne. Eepresentatives were pre- sent from New South Wales and South Aus- tralia. The matches excited great interest, and the Governor showed generous hospitality to the visitors. The principal Banks have agreed to reduee the rates of discount to 7, 8, and 9 per cent, for 65, 95, and 195 days respectively. The rate of interest on fixed deposits has been increased to 4, 5, and 6 per cent.' at 30, 60, and 90 days' notice. Fifteen thousand acres of pastoral land-a portion of 200,000 advertised in large blocks lor squatting-have been offered at auction, but none was sold. Tt is rumoured that Messrs. Francis, McGregor, Vale, Bindon, and Miller will retire from the Cabinet. Mr. Beaney, the s...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide, December 29, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 January 1867

SOUTH AUSTRALIA, Adelaide, December 29,1866. The Sea Nymph, Emily Smith, Sea Ripple- and St. Magnus, are all advertised as about to sail for West Australia. Pleasant harvest weather has"1 been enjoyed during the month, and a considerable quantity of wheat has been reaped. The yield so far is turning out well. Business matters are looking a little brighter, although the stoppage of the old-established house of "William Younghusband, Jun, & Co. has been felt very much. The liabilities are .£65,000, and the assets ¿817,000. There have been partial rains in the North ; but many of the runs are in a deplorable condi- tion. The Chamber of Commerce have me- morialized the Parliament for the appointment of a Commission to enquire into the state of the runs, and resolutions in favour of the peti- tions have been carried in both branches of the Legislature. It is proposed to appoint three members of the Assembly and two of the Council. Meanwhile some of the rents will not be enforced....

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 January 1867

TASMANIA The Parliament has voted .£39,000 in deben- ture bills to enable the Government to be carried on. It then adjourned till the 15th January. >

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WESTERN AUSTRALIAN BANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 January 1867

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN BANK. The Half-Yearly General Meeting of the proprietors of this Bank was held in Perth, pursuant to advertisement, on the 9th instant. Or. Shenton Esq., being called to the chair, opened the business of the Meet- ing, and proceeded to read the following Report. Report of the Directors of the W. A. Bank for the Half-Year ending 31si December, 1866. THE recurrence of the period for meeting the shareholders affords the Directors the opportu- nity of congratulating the proprietary on the ?continued prosperity of the Bank. Notwithstanding the competition to which the Bank has been subjected, there has been no apparent diminution in the business. In- deed, the entries, in respect both of payments and receipts, have been more numerous than , in any previous Half-Year, while the statement of Revenue and Expenditure, placed before the Shareholders, will show that the profits of the Half-Tear hist past, contrast very favorably with thsse For the period ending Dec 1865. As ...

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SWAN RIVER MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Report of the Committee for the Year ending 31st December, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 January 1867

SWAN BITER MECHANICS1 INSTITUTE. Report of the Committee for the Tear ending 31st December, 1866. . IK presenting you the 16th Annual Beport of the Swan Biver Mechanics' Institute, your Committee have much pleasure in stating, that, although nothing of more than ordinary interest has occurred during the past twelve months to call for special comment, its prosperity is not less certain, and the usual amount of progress has been made. 2.-The Library-The number of Books issued during the year, amounting to about 5,500, ex- clusive of those lent to the Country Institutes, will show that the interest in the Library has not diminished. In October a selection of works (to the value of £50) was received from England, and proved a welcome accession. The average daily attendance throughout the year has been about 50. Your Committee would press upon the mem- bers the necessity of a greater punctuality in returning books. Much dissatisfaction has been expressed this year at the continued absenc...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 January 1867

COMMISSAHUT^ Tenders for Floxir. SEALED TENDERS (in duplicate) will be received at the Commissariat Office., Perth, until noon on MONDAY, 18th February next, for the supply of 20 Per Cent Flour, of the best quality, during the year to commence on the 1st April next ; to be de- livered at Perth, Fremantle, and Guild- ford, from time to time, in such quanti- ties as may be required, and to be war- ranted to keep good for six months after delivery. The quantity at present required per month is about Sixteen tons per month at Fremantle, Nine " " Perth, Five " " Guildford, which does not include such quantities as may be required for the Pensioners, if their Officers should desire supplies at contract price. Tenders may be offered for each of the three Stations or for the whole, but in the latter case the Deputy Commissary Gene- ral may have the option of accepting only a portion of the tender, if it should ap- pear expedient. Tenderers are requested to state the price per ton of 2,000 p...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 January 1867

SÈippittg ïitteUigeitcV ARRIVAL. January 7.-Wüd Wave, 28 tons, Pettit, master, from Vasse and Bunbury. Passengers -Rev. J. Withers, J. White, W. Spencer, J. O'Bryan, and six prisoners. Cargo-22 bales wool, 21 kegs and jars butter, 170 bags pota- toes, 4 bales of leather, and sundries. DEPARTURE. December 8.-Corona, 1199 tons, W. S. Crow dace, for Madras. Passenger-S. Hogg. Cargo-50 sheep, I horse, 7 dogs, and 1 cow and calf. IK HAEBOE. Bridgetown, Bride, Emma, Favorite, Zephyr, Kestrel, and Fitzroy.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 January 1867

Holloway's Ointment and Pills. - Judicious Management.-Though it is impossible, in this climate of changing temperature, to prevent ill health altogether, yet its form and frequency may be much mitigated by the early adoption of remedial measures. When hoarseness, cough, thick breathing, and the attending slight fever indicate irritation of the throat or chest, Hollo way's Ointment should be rubbed upon these parts without delay, and his Pills taken in ap- propriate doses, to promote its curative action. No catarrhs or sore throats can resist these re- medies. Printed directions envelope every package of Holloway's medicaments, which are suited to all ages and conditions and to every ordinary disease to which humanity is liable. Solis of Australia Benefit. Society. THE Members of the above Society are respectfully informed that THURS- DAY, the 17th inst., being the Quarterly Meeting of the Sons of Australia, all Members in arrears are requested to pay the same at 9 o'clock p.m., or ...

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COUNT BISMARK. [From the London Economist.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 January 1867

COUNT BISMARK. ¿ -*- B fFromthe London Economist.'] ¿v (_J. ivy iii viib üuuuuu xji'i/nvioroi'.j Two articles in the For'nightly Review recount most of the political facts which are known concerning the man who has, for the moment, probably more influence than any minister or crowned head in Europe over the European future. We will avail ourselves of them to give our readers some notion of the new force which has thus raised Prussia to a Power of the first magnitude, and which seems, likely, not, indeed, to make her what he pleases-for the character of a great people is not malleable to any man's hand, however powerful-but to make almost everything of her which may be consistent with the national character, and with his own somewhat coarse conceptions of national policy. The most important feature about Count Bismark's character, which connects him with the other great inventive statesmen of the day, with Cavour, and with Napoleon III, is the curious combination of something that on...

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