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VAN DIEMEN S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 April 1836

VAN DIEMENS LAND. ( The late Murder.-The following particulars may be relied on as authentic :-On the1 evening of Monday week last, at about half-past 5 o'clock, Captain Sergeanlson left his farm, Hanlith, on the South Esk, to proceed to Wanstead, the distance between the two places being about twelve miiet, Although he did not reach Wanstead that even- ' ing, his absence created no alarm, as it was con mc!ered probable he might have slept for the night at his farm; nor, as erroneously stated last week, was any search made for him-the body having been accidentally discovered about noon by a shepherd who usually passed the spot where it was lying as he went to collect his flocks. The body, too, when discovered, was perfectly dead and cold ; indeed, from the nature of the wonnd, the deceased could not have survived many minutes. It was a gunshot wound, the piece, loaded with shot, hav- ing evidently been fired within a few inches of the lower part of the breast. The effusion of blood ...

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NEW ZEALAND. TEMPERANCE. From the "Tasmanian." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 April 1836

NEW ZEALAND. TEMPERANCE. From the " Tasmanian." We have much satisfaction in copying the fol- lowing from the Monitor. We have little hopes of seeing a system of Temperance to the extent stated commencing, and in so decisive a manner, even amongst savages. What a disgrace then is the continuance of intemperance amongst civilized men calling themselves Christians ! Extract of a Letter from New Zealand. " On the 21st instant, I was present at a public   meeting at the Wesleyan Chapel at Manjunga (the additional British Resident, Captain McDon- nell in the Chair), convened for the purpose of advocating the cause of Temperance, and the en- actment of laws to prevent the importation and sale of ardent spirits, in Hokianga River, when it was resolved- ( I have not a copy by me, but the following is the substance) : 1.-That on the 21st September, 1835, (the day of meeting,) the importation arid sale of ardent spirits should be abolished. 2.-That the creditable and praiseworthy...

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MAGISTRATE'S COURT. Perth, Monday, April 25, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 April 1836

MAGISTRATE'S COURT.   Perth, Monday, April 25, 1836. Before W. H. Mackie, Esq., Hon. P. Brown, Hon J. S. Roe and John Lewis, Esquires. G. F Stone, Esq., Sheriff of the Colony, com- plained that on Saturday morning last about eight o'clock, Mr. Hall called and requested me to step outside the house, which I did, when Mr. Hall said there was a report about the town to my injury, and wished to know if I had heard of it I said I had not, and requested to know what it was. He an- swered, that when I was putting Mr. Wade out of the Civil Court the night before, I had cried out " kick him out." I immediately replied, that I had said no such thing, and he (Mr Hall) might say so to Mr. Wade. He then handed me the letter now produced. "Fremantle, April 23, 1836. "Sir, — Your conduct in Court this day merits an apology to me, which rests with you to meet in a gentlemanly way. If you assume the appearance of a gentleman, pray act, at any rate, like a man. I want no lawsuit. You may...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 April 1836

TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, BY MR. L. WELCH, AUCTIONEER, On SATURDAY, the 21st May, at Leeder's Hotel, Perth, at 12 o'Clock Noon, in virtue of a Mortgage Deed, and by order of the Mortgagee, ALL that TOWN ALLOTMENT and Commodious HOUSE situate near Mount Eliza, Perth, as marked and numbered L 55 in the Maps and Books of the Survey Office ALSO, 200 Acies of LAND, situate on one of the; Lakes at the back of Perth, belonging to Mr Monger. j The Location Duties on these Pro-! perties have been performed. j The Title Deeds are in the possession! of .Mr. Clafk, Solicitor, Perth, who j will give information regarding the j terms of Sale, &c. Perth, April 27. rt-m-fl-. ? ? ? ! . ,m-m . , ., - ."r ? mr in .i. i . - i i - l TO BE SOLD, BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, j ATI EC E of GROU ND, consisting ! oí 2 Acres, situate in the town- j aite ol' Fremantle, fenced round with a dry Stone Wall Two ALLOTMENTS, Nos. 229 and 230, opposite the Union Hotel, Fre- mantle, fenced round with Posts and Rai...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 May 1836

TO BE SOLD] * ON THE PREMISES AT FRESH .WATERBAY, * AGREAT variety- of useful Tools, tye. ; Also, a number of Farming Implements, Ploughs,' Hat rows, a Cart and Trapping, a superior Steel. Corn Mill and Sieves, a large Bow Churn a well-bred Horse, 2 years and a half old, is a good saddle horse, and will go in a cart"; u Devonshire bred Bull, two years and a half oki ;l a small Flock of Goats, and aJertPigs ; a small Flat, slv Cart Irons, Gothic Windows, a Turning Lathe and Tools, nearly new» . ' ¡- ' ' TO LET, ^SYDENHAM COTTAGE, and' *^ celebrated Gar dene,'well stocked with a great variety of Fruit-trees and] Vegetables» The Property consists'of \ a " three-roomed Cottage, \cith deiàéhed] Kitchen and Servants H oom, pleasantly1 situated on two Water-side Allotments'* in Perth, commanding an eJe'ten&ive view over Melville Water. y For particulars, 'application to be made to Mr Hillman, or to Mr. James Stokes, Perth ' '

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 May 1836

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. Ontke Ist inst, the "Sally Ann? Capt Howe, from King George's Souhd.-Passejigcr, Mr. Ommanney. '_"____ Mails are open for Van Diemen's Land and j Sydney.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 May 1836

[ADVERTISEMENT.] In addition to the public sale to take place at Leeder's Hotel on the 21st fnst.r the following will be offered :-Half/ an Allotment iu Hay-ptreet,.Perth,Calfooe* by the piece,, ditto Shirts, Canvas by the piece, Straw Bonnets, Handsome Din- ner Service, Shingle Nails, and various other articles., \ The vessel constructed of Colonial timber, th« frame of which was lately sold to Mr. D. Sc^ft by the Government, is now nearly, eojmuleted, and will be launched in the course pf next week^ T)he mpdel. of this vessel has been the admiration of many' j udges of the art of ship building, and this being tft» first vessel launched in the polony,i a natural feel- ing of exultation.wjll tye exhibited. Mr. Scott has incurred a considerable,expense in finishing tlii* vessel--a spirit of, enterprise which «.»-fervently? hope will be rewarded* ' ~ "" ^

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. (From the Cape Advertiser, Jan. 2, 1835.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 May 1836

CAPE OF- GOOD HOPE. {From the Cape Advertiser, Jan. 2, 18350 The history of the year wliich has just expired, as far as'it is Colonial, would seem at first sight to contain little else than a series of calamities. In 1 the last days of the preceding December, the tribes '«f Caffrescommonly called ' Gaika's children,"'wliu aad been on friendly' terms with the British'éver .ince íh y took possession of the Capei suddenly «ntered the Colony in force, and for the space of . about three months traversed'in every direction the whole district of Albany, a considerable portion of the district of Somerset, and penetrated nearly as far as the village of Uitenhage,-¡Sundering, burn- ing, and laying VvaBte the whole country, and com- pelling the scattered inhabitants to seek refuge in the principal towns, after abandoning the whole of their property to the enemy. ' ' On tue 26th of March, his Excellency the Go- vernor, having mustered a sufficient force, took the field in person, carried the wa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 May 1836

FOR LAUNCESTON, Calling at the Vasse, Augusta, King Georges Sound, and Portland Bay, |HE fine íust-sailing A. 1. Schooner «SALLY ANN" .«pill leave this on the 21st May.-For Freight or Passage, early application is necessary to S. G. Henty. Fremantle, May 3. HE Undersigned having arrarged to leave this on the 21 st Instant, requests all Persons indebted to him will settle their respective Accounts without further delay. S. G. Henty. Fremantle, May 3. TO BE SOLD, BYP UBLIC A UC TION, On W> DNi S DAY, the lath instant, at Air. Jones's, Guildlbid, at 12 o' î c1 .i k piei'iseh , " IK vrelf known FLOCK of ^H l£ h P in the charge oí" Mr W. L. > rock man, at York, the proper- ty oi Mr. Ommanney, who is about to leave the (Joionj. ALSO,-^ome GOATS in the charge of Mr Agett, at * i-rk, and oi* Mr. Whtj field, at Guildlord ; as al&o a POA1 Y Particulars relating to the Sheep may be otfiined of W. L. Brockman, Esq., Herne i hil, and oí Wm Samson, Go- vernment Auctioneer. Perth, Ma...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1836. "Neither conscience nor taste will suffer me to fight one class or interest against another, for separate benefit, or to take the narrow ground of undeviating panegyric." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 May 1836

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, May 7, 1836.     "Neither conscience nor taste will suffer me to fight one class or interest against another, for separate benefit, or to take the narrow ground of undeviating panegyric. "   By the " Sallv Ann" from King George's Sound, we have received our file of the ' Cape Advertiser' up to thej   31st Feb. last, left there by the " Abro-   na," on her way to Van Diemen's Land,   from St. John's, New Brunswick. The latest English news is up to the 5th of November ; we have given extracts in another portion of our present number. The price of wool was high and rising. The settlement at King George's Sound is rapidly advancing, having re- ceived within the last year some valuable accessions to the number of settlers who have established themselves there They have now three ship-owners residing at Albany, whose vessels are kept trading between India, Mauritius, and...

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ENGLISH AND FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 May 1836

ENGLISH AND FOREIGN NEWS. The British Parliamant was prorogued on the 10th September. His Majesty delivered the fol- lowing most gracious Speech on the occasion. Mr. Daniel O'Connell appears to Have gained great influence-a subject which occupies the 'greatest space in the periodical journals. He has been making a tour through England and Scotland, and has been received with enthusiasm, in all the principal towns. His present, theme is, the House of Lords. A deep impression has been made on the public mind against exclusive privileges of our Constitution, and O'Connell's fierce denuncia- tions, which only a few years ago would scarcely have been listened to, are now echoed back by the voice of millions. "My Lords and Gentlemen, - " I find with great satisfaction that the state of the public business enables me to relieve you from further attendance, and from the pressure of those   duties which you have performed with so much zeal and assidu.ty. " I receive from all For...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 May 1836

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Lying in Gage's Roads.-The "Sally Ann." ---_________--- ' A Mail is open for England via Van Diemen's Land, per the "Sally Aim."..

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 May 1836

FOR LAUNCESTON, Calling at the Fa s fe, A agu ita King George's Sound, and Portland Bay, HE line last-sailing A. 1. Schooner "SALLY ANN" will leave this on the 21st May.-For Freight or Passage, early application is necessary to S. G. Henty. Fremantle, May 3. ;ÍIK Undersigned having arrat ged to leave this on the 21 st instant, requests all Persons indebted to him will «ettie their respective Accounts without further delay. S. G. Henty Fremantle s May 3. K. OMMANNEY hereby gives notice that he purposes leaving the colon) by the hist opportunity. st D B S cJ i TO BE LEl\OR SOLD, IE PREMISES, the pioperty ol' Mw. W 1». Andrews, situate j( in ivi George's Terrace, Peith The House contains several Rooms with three Out houses, on an enclosed Allot- ment ; lhete is likewise a valuable Al- lotment on t* e opposite side, with a I River i out«>¿e. li rented, the Premises j would lu* put lu proper repair, and the!] Rent moderate. Tue terms tor purchase are vei) n asouable, the i ruprietor h...

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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 May 1836

EXTRACTS. The Queen of Madagascar has, by an Edict to which we referred some months ago, suppressed the profession of Christianity among her Subjects, and strictly prohibited, on the head of Religion, any departure from the customs of their ancestors. This Princess, the widow and successor of the celebrated Radama, reigns over nearly Four Mil- lions of people, from whom ßhe has withdrawn, in her folly, the means which were freely offered to them, of raising themselves to a level with the most prosperous« and powerful nations In her Edict she e\pi esses her willingness to receive European Arts, and suth Inventions as tend directly lo augment the wealth and power of ' her kingdom, being ignorant oí the fact, that all the useful arts, both in their birth and application as the supporters of national greatness, ate inse- parably connected with the intellectual and moral condition of the human mind. The Arts of Christian Europe speedily become unfruitful, and perish uit< rl>...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1836. "Neither conscience nor taste will suffer me to fight one class or interest against another, for separate benefit, or to take the narrow ground of undeviating panegyric." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 May 1836

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MAY 14,1836. --000 "Neither conscience nor taste will suffer me to fight one class or interest against another, for separate benefit, or to take Hie narrow ground of undeviating panegyric." In our present number we lay before our readers, the commencement of an in- teresting Journal of an excursion to the northward, by* the Hon. G. F. Moore, Esq This geutleman has discovered, and obtained for us information of a new and extensive pastoral country to the! north, where we were led by previous j conjecture, founded, it is true, on in-1 formation of a vague nature, to expect but j barren wastes. The whole of this journal will be perused with interest. We can- not too highly commend the active en- terprise of this gentleman, and many others of our community, who, regardless of personal inconvenience, fatigue, and even danger, at their own cost, have af- forded us a knowledge of portions of the country, which, under other circum- stances, might ha...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 May 1836

INDIA. We have received some numbers of the Bombay Courier from the 12th to the 22d December. The following are extracts : Sir Charles Metcalfe.-We hear, on autho- rity on which we can rely, that it is the intention of Sir Charles Metcalfe to retire from office and return to England as soon as the authentic intima- tion of the appointment of his successor is received, and not to await his arrival in the country. Haukura. It is stated in the Calcutta papers that Sir Charles Metcalfe has determined upon leaving the country as sopn as Lord Auckland's appointment is officially known in Bengal. , The cause of this sudden and, we believe, most unexpected resolution, is not known; but as it was not apparently adopted when Lord Heytesbur ry was to all appearance to succeed Sir Charles, it may be attributed ¡n some measure to the circum- stances connected with the suprrcession of that nobleman. The correspondence we recently pub- lished perhaps affords a clue to it The principle laid down by...

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A NEW RIVER DISCOVERED, BY THE HON. G. F. MOORE, ESQ., ON A RECENT EXCURSION TO THE NORTHWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 May 1836

A NEW RIVER DISCOVERED, BY THE HON. G. F. MOORE, ESQ., ON A RECENT EXCURSION TO THE NORTHWARD. As no river of any magnitude flows from the north into the Swan throughout all its course, it appeared fair to presume that some drain for the waters of that district would be found at no great distance. Under this impression, I determined to make an excursion in a northerly direction, and to use the limited time of ten days, which was a my command, in seeking for amusement and in- terest from whatever should fall in the way, whe- ther it was of human, of animal, of vegetable, or of mineral nature. Disappointed in the companion- ship of two other gentlemen, I was obliged to commence my excursion with no other companion than one Mounted Police man, with a led horse. I had not even had an opportunity of securing the services of a native ; but we were scarcely mount- ed, when " Weenat" made his appearance. Little persuasion, and still less preparation, did he re- quire to accompany us. A word...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 May 1836

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Arrival.-The tf Fanny," Curtis, from King George's Sound. Lying in Gage's Roads.-The "Sally Ann," and " Fanny." The " Sally Ann" will sail for Laun- ceston, via K.G.S., on Tuesday morning. MARRIED, at Albany, on the 28th of April Arthur Trimmer, Esq., of York, to Mary Anne Spencer, daughter of Captain Sir Richard Spencer, C.B.K.C.H.

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A COUNTRY BALL ON THE ALMACK'S PLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 May 1836

A COUNTRY BALL ON THE ALMACK'S PLAN. By Haynes Bayly. Uh ! joy to her who first began A Country Ball on the Almaek's plan ! H ogs nor ton's Queen she walks eiect, The Ball exclusive and select ; Four Ladies Patronesses sit From morn to night arranging it ; And when you hear the names of all, You'll guess the merits of the ball. Plebeian persons they reject Hogsnorton balls are so select ! The Squire's own lady, Mistress Pearl, Her sister, (quite a stylish girl,) And then the wife of Mr. Flaw, (Churchwarden and a man of law,) And Mistress Pitt's, the Doctor's bride, Related on the other side To Mr. Briggs, (who was, you know, Lord Mayor of London long ago !) By these, all upstart claims are checked, Hogsnorton balls are so select I They've quite excluded Mr. Squills, Who makes the antibilious pills ; Not 'cause he makes 'em, but they say He sells 'em in a retail way ; But Mr. Squills declares his wife, Has seen a deal of stylish life, And votes Hogsnorton people low, So if she could,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 May 1836

1|R. NORCOTT hereby notifies, **-" that he is about to leave the Co- lony, for a short time. TMTR. ALEXANDER ANDER -*-*-?- SON gives notice, that he in- tends to leave the Colony, for a short time, by the " Sally Ann," ibr Van Die men's Land. SHERIFFS OFFICE. Perth, May 20, 1.836. In the Civil Court GRAHAM v. HOLMES. NOTICE is hereby given, that on\ Wednesday, the 25th May inst, at j the hour qfi2 o'clock, the Sheriff willi cause to be sold by Auction, at Leed ers Hotel, Perth, the folloivhig Pro- perty (unless this execution be pre- viously satisfied) : LL the Right, Title, and ínteres^ of the Defendant, Holmes, to 100 Acres of Land, with a House thereon, at Bull's Creek, on the Canning River. Geo. Fred. Stone, Sheriff. FIVE GUINEAS REWARD. WHEREAS some evil-disposed Perron or Persons did, on the night of the loth and 16th of May, break into my Premises, and feloniously steal therefrom three small spotted PIGS ; the above REWARD will be given to any Person, on conviction of the Off...

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