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

NEW SOUTH WALES. st 1,; There has been a torchligh procession of the ' unemployed. u A long debate has taken place in the As- sembly on the adoption of the report of the Select Committee on the unemployed. The House was counted out on it. The Select Parliamentary Committee on the state of the unemployed in its report recom- mends that importations be checked by im- posing 20 per cent, ad valorem duties. The Redfern Eope Works have been burned down. A fire was discovered in Mr. Neimk's, tobacconist, George-street, and spread rapidly to Senocanis's furniture warehouse; Goulstone's, clothier; Abraham's, hatter ; Mark's, clothier; and Abraham's fancy warehouse. The whole block of buildings at the corner of King and George streets were destroyed. Long's hquor store was also damaged. The loss is about JB20,000, principally insured in English offices. The Australasian's loss will be ¿61,000. A few nights ago the clipper ship John Duthie was discovered to be on fire in the lower hold forwar...

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

Sale by Auction. IE. T.~S1ITI 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 property, situated 6£ miles from Guildford, and 15| from Perth, on the Guildford and Toodyay Road, comprises 40 acres of land cleared, whereof 30 are or have been under culti- vation. The whole is fenced in with 2 rails, and has on it a substantial dwell- ing house of 10 rooms, built of stone and bricks, weatherboarded and shingled; and a large 4-railed stockyard ; a garden fenced off, through which runs a per- manent spring of good water. The house was built for a road-side Inn, and was licensed for one year, and is in the occupation of Mr. Joseph Chester. Immediate possession can be given, and the property can be inspected daily. For terms and conditions of sale apply to the Auctioneer, and MB. LEAKE, Mortgagee's Solici...

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THE DEPARTURE OF LIEUT[?] COLONEL BRUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 January 1867

THE DEPARTURE OF LIEUT- COLONEL BRUCE. YESTERDAY, at noon, a deputation from the residents in Perth, waited on Lieut. Colonel Bruce, to present the Address which we published last week. Among the gentlemen present were His Lord- ship the Bishop of Perth, the Colonial Secretary, His Honor the Chief Justice Burt, Mr. Landor, Police Magistrate, Mr. Carr, Chairman of the City Council, Capt. L. S. Leake, &c, &c. His Lordship the Bishop having read the Address, presented it to the gallant Colonel, and also a roll of the signatures which had been obtained up to that time, also intimating that other rolls were in course of signature at Fremantle, Guild- ford, York, and Toodyay, which would be forwarded by mail. Lieut. Colonel Bruce, who was evidently much affected at the reception of such a testimonial of the esteem in which he is held by the settlers, and read the follow- ing reply : Mz LOBD BISHOP AND GENTLEMEN I FEEZ, myself quite unable adequately to ex- press my sense o...

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

NICKOL BAY BY the Clarence Packet, from Tien Tsin Bay, which she left on the 2nd ult., we have intelligence from that district to the 1st December. The New Perseverance had made two trips to Roebuck Bay, for the purpose of removing the Company's Stock and Establishment to Nickol Bay. On the first trip, owing to some of the hay shipped for the stock getting damaged, and food running short-there in fact being nothiug for them to eat during the last four days they were on board, there were 150 sheep lost out of 660; butthesec ond trip was more fortunate,only 10 dyiug, but still more than it should have been, considering the shortness of the passage, 7 days ; all the stock were very weak on being landed. A third trip would complete the removal, and Roebuck Bay will for the present, be abandoned. The other incidents which have occurred since our last accounts have been the chase, and capture of three of the natives who were concerned in killing Messrs. Ander- son & Grant's sheep,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 January 1867

MARRIAGE. LEEDER-MORRELL.-St. James' Church, Northam, on Thursday, Nov. 22, by the Rev. C. Clay, WILLIAM GEORGE, eldest son of the late WILLIAM HENRY LEEDER, ESQ., to HANNAH EMILY, eldest daughter of FRED MORRELL, ESQ.

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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, JANUARY 11, 1867. Arrival of the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 January 1867

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,, Arrival of the Mail. YESTERDAY morning, shortly after six o'clock, and 24 hours before it was due, the November European and December Colonial Mails were received, being the first under the new contract with Mr. Hogan. The mail was larger than usual, and we understand there are sixteen passen- gers on their way from Albany, among whom are Mr. Hawkins, the Commis- sariat Officer to relieve Mr. Bovell, and Mr. H. P. Loftie, the lately appointed Deputy Surveyor General. The intelligence from Europe is even less meagre of incident than last month, and the newspapers appear driven to their wits end to make matter sufficient to present to their readers notice. We do not notice the time honored " large gooseberry," or " gigantic turnip," but their place seems to be be taken up by curious accounts of long-lived individuals lately deceased, and...

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BUSH FIRES AND GROWING TIMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 January 1867

( BÇ&P FIÉES AÎTD GROWING 1 TIMBER. The fact that timber grows most thickly on the poorest soil has often been a mat- ter;^'su^rise^ to'^ who have not givjen tne. subject much consideration. Bough stony ridges and. poor sandy lands ne generally covered with large trees and »thick under-growth of bushes; while »or* bush is to ,b© f seen, are, generally coinpoied of an unknown depth of the ncMtt^«H>iU To an experienced bush .mtóifcé Quantity and the description of VV Jß&Jfef Q# SÛZamC'iQiï JW v-p« t GUT ^Sl > the timber is a sure guide to the quality of thç land, and the most lightly timbered is generally the best. As far as it ha« been hitherto tried, it Is shown that the whole of the ground is full of roots or seeds only waiting for an opportunity to spring into lifç ; and that whenever bush fires can be stopped, there will soon be a thick under-growth of young trees. This process may be seen in the neighborhood of any of the towns where the quantity of stock h...

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THE NOVEMBER METEOR SHOWERS. [Times, November 15.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 January 1867

THE NOVEMBER METEOR SHOWERS       [Times, November 15.] : ; In the ni¿ht between Tuesday and yesterday ? ibeV who chÓB« to watch, and were not dis - ; eontagW by1 'the doubts' of astronomers, were ^rewarded1 with a spectical which cannot be 1 'itógfned or forgotten. The sky was unusually il clear.'and, till about an hoar before midnight, it'made no sign, and the eye turned in vain to tiie east, as men look at a fortress that will not ¿ive the challenge. Bat when the" irregular circle of stars that had Ipeèn indicated by former ! observers! had Well' cleared the horizon, and moved some points to the south, first one meteor and then' another shot across the sky in ' various'regions and with various directions, but*plainly from that one quarter. The spec- tator1 had soon counted half a dozen ; then he f^lt sure he had seen thirty; then six or seven in a minute ; then they appeared faster than he could count them. Then there came two or three toget...

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GUILDFORD. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 January 1867

GUILDFORD. (From our own Correspondent.} On Monday, the 7th> the Annual Town Trust' and Mechanics' Institute meetings were held - in the Hall, for the election of officers for 1867, and passing the accounts of 1866. The Town Trust Meeting commenced at 4 p.m., an hour after time, and after the Eeport was read by the Chairman of the Trust, which terminated" their office, Mr. Gull was voted to the chair. Dr. Viveash not being present. The Chairman then rose and expressed himself eloquently on the subject of the improvements made by Dr. Waylen and his Committee during the past year, and called for the election of a Chairman for the year 1867, when, with one exception, the retiring; gentleman was unanimously elected; the re-election of four out of five Committee men spoke well for their labors also. The balance in hand was ¿262, and with the probable cart and dog licenses and fines, an assessment for the present was considered unnecessary un- til some further work not yet contemplated...

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AMERICA. THE NEXT PRESIDENCY. (New York Herald, Oct. 29.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 January 1867

AMERICA. . -. . 1 THE NEXT PBE8IDENCY. j (New York Herald, Oct. 29.) ] _ The really vital political question for all par- ties lies beneath the discussion and turmoil of the hour-it is who is to be the next President. Politicians rage on every topic, and assail one another each after his own particular frenzy ; State canvasses are carried on and fought out apparently on local issues, but underneath all -shaping, directing, and controling all-lies the paramount question of the Presidency. All the astonishing vagaries-and extravagancies into which the-politicians are running-all the unexplained pieces of vindictiveness at this or that public man-have reference' to this topic, and express only their hopes or fears of one or another faction in regard to some candidate. The. Presidency is now the clue that runs through the labyrinthine mazes' of political in tri-; ue¿ though this fact will not be fully developed Tore the next sealion of Congress.' The straggle for the Presidency will be ...

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WILLIAM RIVER. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 January 1867

WILLIAM UIVER. (From a Correspondent.) The population of the WiÖiam River District having lately much increased, the Chaplain of Pinjarrah has for some time contemplated hold- ing religious ? er rices there, in order to give the inhabitants an opportunity of joining in Public "Worship. Sunday, the 6th instant, a goodly congregation assembled in the principal room of a large stone building which is being erected by Captain Fawcett, J. P., at ' Saddleback,' for a steam corn-mill. The apartment was suitably furnished with benches, &c, and the singing of a portion of the congregation contributed much to the beauty and completeness of the service. This was the first public Religious Service held in this part of the district. Our good Bishop has frequently celebrated Public Wor- ship at another part of the William River, some 30 or 40 miles from Mr. Fawcett's station and farm, but owing to the distance these services have been unattended by those residing in the latter neighborhoo...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 January 1867

(Eamspnimtte. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette Sr W. Á. Times. JLV VUC .Ulli I SIB,-I beg to call your attention to a gross misstatement in the letter of your correspondent -" One of the late Committee of the S. D. Agricultural Society" -respecting the. well being of the Busselton Mechanics' Institute. He says the Institute has ceased to be, and that there is no likelihood of the building being erected; the first statement could ha&Uy be more erroneous, the funds being in a flourish- ing condition, (thanks to our very energetic Secretary), more periodicals than ever arriving monthly, our members still increasing, and thanks to the liberality of His Excellency, a large Bupply of books is shortly expected from England, the money for the same having been. sent home some mails since: as regards tit* building I may state that it will soon be com- menced, and from ita design will I think add considerably to the look of the town, its position, in the main Btreet being considered....

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STATISTICS OF THE CATTLE PLAGUE. [Scotsman, November 12.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 January 1867

STATISTICS OF THE CATTLE PLAGUE. [Scotsman, November 12.] Only two cases of rinderpest, it was an- nounced in the latest report irom the Cattle Plague Department, occurred in England dur- ing the week ended on November 3 ; and the official return which states this states also that its compilers entertain the very reasonable hope that it will be the last of its kind. In a few sentences we may, in taking farewell of these unwelcome reports, sum up for England and Wales, as some months ago was done for Scotland, the statistics of the visitation. The disease first appeared-in the London dairies, where it raged with extreme virulence-in the week ended June 24,1865, when thirty cases were reported ; its ravages reached their culmi- nating point in the week ended 17th February last, when 15,706 attacks, of which about 7,500 were from Scotland and 13,200 from England and Wales, were reported ; and since Scotland became " clean " in July, the weekly number of attacks in the southern kingdom ...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 January 1867

-To the Editor of the Pètik Gúzétte^W,. Á^yimésí i . ÍDKAB MB. EnrrOBí-^If it isc worin rwhile.tó publish thesprbgranimd of the intended per formances"of the3andcinrthe P^bHc Gardens, it is worth while to dß it~i&Vá proper jh&Àér ; if we are not a very-learned set of peopfetaken generally, we ißeonöt pÜBlisn~tóZth£W0rld^o< ^unBpiónoufllvas was 4one-.by. the. Programme! of the Perth Band, on Wednesday, in your con- temporary -. look at the second and fourth lines -axe they the result of ignorance or careless- ness, and if so, of whose ? ROSA MATILDA. :Perth» Jan. 17,1867.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 January 1867

Holloway's Pills.-Premonition.-The opinion ground that disease is a diminution of vitality, and there is little doubt that the powers of life are principally depressed by impurities in the system. This depravity can be corrected by taking a course, or an occasional dose, of Hollo way's famous purifying Pills, which expel all morbid matter from the circulation, and tho- roughly cleanse and invigorate the glands, viscera, and brain. Through this wholesome influence, Holloway's medicine casts out the seeds of all fevers which, in sultry weather, prove so formidable to health, and in a vast majority of cases destroy life itself. Fore- warned should be forearmed-a position easily attained by taking these excellent Pills when lassitude, headache, or dejection distresses us. GOT in from my run, one bay filly, about 14 hands, near fore foot white, star in forehead, branded RI on near side, about 3 years old. Also, one gelding, small star in forehead, two hind feet white, branded DW near sho...

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DETAILS OF THE MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCESS DAGMAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 January 1867

DETAILS OF THE MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCESS DAGMAR. From the Times of Wednesday:-"Suddenly the hum is hushed. A master of ceremonies, baton in hand, has entered to announce the ap- proach of the marriage procession. While the same message is being given to the town by the guns outside, the equerries and fouriers de la cour enters the chapel. The masters of cere- monies, the chamberlains, and the various chargés of the court follow in due succession. And now the Emperor and Empress come in sight, preceded by Count Schuvaloff, the Grand Maréchal. His Majesty is in the uniform of a General, and leads his Royal spouse to the Métropolite, standing in the centre of the church to receive them. As the aged dignitary slowly and gently waves his cross to and fro, the Emperor stoops to kiss the sign of salva- tion, and to cross himself on forehead and chest with holy water. The Empress repeats the sacred rite, and places herself beside her august husband. The Crown Prince Czarewitch is the next to...

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THE WAR IN PARAGUAY. [From the News of the World.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 January 1867

THE WAR IN PARAGUAY. rProm the News of the World.1 The news from the seat of war by the mail just arrived is not at all favorable to the allies. The defeat of Curupaity is strongly commented on in South America, and nothing has been done since the defeat of the 22nd September to retrieve their bad fortune, and no reinforce- ments-have as yet been sent up the river ; and it is supposed they will never be sent, because the resources of the allied forces are exhausted, their credit shaken, and their ablest com- mander has lost the confidence of his men and people. The Brazilians are more than blamed for their very doubtful behaviour at Curupaity, and General Flores, the great guerilla chief of Montevideo, was so disgusted with his friends that he left the camp with a few men saved. The papers of Buenos Ayres are full of details of the affair of Curupaity, and have to lament the loss of some of their bravest officer?, amongst them young Paz, son of the acting President of the Confederat...

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GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 January 1867

d te GERMANY. The Prussian government have determined that, whether the ex-King of Hanover absolve the officers formerly belonging to the Hanover- ian army from their oath of allegiance or not, these officers shall be permitted to enter the military service of Prussia if desirous of doing so. It is, however, semi-officially declared that the Prussian government will at all times respect the conscientious and religious scruples of the inhabitants of all the newly-acquired States. The Saxon Chambers were opened on Novem- ber 15 by the king. His majesty, in the speech from the throne, declared his firm resolution to remain faithful to the North German Confedera- tion, under the leadership of Prussia, and to all the obligations which he had entered into. AUSTRIA. Baron von Beust has been appointed Minister for Foreign Affairs ; Count Mensdorff, whom he has replaced, will return to the military service. The Paris 'Opinion National/ commenting upon the nomination, says : Baron Beust repre...

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Northam Mechanics' Institute. THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE NORTHAM MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Thursday, 3rd January, 1866. To the President, Vice President, and Members of the Northam Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 January 1867

jîortham Mechanics' Institute. THIRD "ANNUAL REPORT OF THE NOBTHAM 'MECHANICS* INSTITUTK. Thursday, 3rd January, 1866. 3V the President, Vice President, and Members of the Northam Mechanics' Institute. YOUR, Committee in presenting you witt the third Annual Report of the Society, beg to congratulate you upon the success that has attended their efforts daring the past year. At our last annual gathering the number of members on the books was 49, since then 10 new members have joined, against 13 resigned or left the district, leaving 46 members on the books of the Society ; and this number, though 3 less than last year, they cannot but consider satisfactory when the population of the district is taken into account. Tour Committee are still under an arrange- ment with the Perth Institute for a supply of Books until June next, unto which time they bave had to pay in advance £5 for 1 year's rent. Before that time your Committee hope that the books sent for through Mr. Farmaner will hare a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 January 1867

COMMISSARIAT. Tenders for Flour. SEALED TENDERS (ia duplicate) ^,will be received at the Commissariat Office, Perth, until' noon on MONDAY, 18th February Jiext, 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 j 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. genders 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...

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