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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 7 February 1844

Barque ** i$-anges9' A. 1, ggk£r HP HE !-arque Ganges* Captain angjjj^v Walker, will sail on Saturday %3&&3&&7 the 10th insLani for Balavia. «^^»'* For freight or passage apply to Messrs. Frederick Mangles k Co., Agents for the Ship. Barque ' Sliepherd,' & X. FOR ENGLAND DIRECT. fi^fc rrHt: BARQUE Shepherd, ?hfTrfOilyS JL Narracott master, now loading, BgyJMra» will procwd for England on or -BHB^S» about, the ldih February. All ship pers are oarueslly requested to forward their wool imrnediutHy. lias first- rale accommodation fur passengers. For freight and passage apply to F. MANGLES & CO., Perth or Fremantle. For Leschenault and the Vasse. i$^£ npHE fast-sailing cotter Venus -Q*3^V JL will sail for ihe above ports on ^y@n^ the 10th February. ?BHfa For freight or passage apply to Messrs. Thomas, Fremantle. Barque 'Ganges.' jC#5X' \ LL parties having goods by the jfflW^^ £jL 'above Bhip are requested to %tfE2u@r clear the same immediat...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 7 February 1844

In the matter of John' Gregory, Insolvent. NOTICE is heivhy given, that a meeting of the creditors of the above-named insolvent will be held at Williams' Hotel, Perth, on Mon day the 12th day of Fub'ruary next, at the liour of 10 itt the fore'noen, for the purpose of deter mining (he mod*1, time, and place oi' eal« of the real estate of said insolvent. W.S.ROGERS, Assignee. IVrth, Jnn. 15, 1844. Advantageous Farming Speculation. f'l'K) lie 1-H fur titip or two years from the 1st JL Mov next, iiuarly the whole of the tillage lands of that .?-;ceifcrit farm in the Murray dis trict well known i»v (hr. name of the 'Santialup Farm.' The tillage lautls might be miteu either to one individual, or portions let to several, being sub divided into field*, fenced in a very superior manner with hank- tin d-d itch post a»d-i ail fences. Cattle would he allowed (o run gratis upon the run of tiie proprietor, which should be bona fide the property of the tenant. Houses, offices, im plements, carts, ...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Buller scheme of Colonization. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 7 February 1844

The Buller scheme of Colonization. Our last weeks notice of this scheme left off with that part of Mr. Buller's speech wherein he states that a laud-tax, whether payable in money, or in land; would not be speedy enough for him, us a means of putting the Crown into possession of the wild lands owned by private individuals. And he goes on to give the outline of a plan by which he considers this object might be better ef fected. He says : — M A plan for this object has been suggested, of which I ! will brtctiy state in the outline, for the purpose of its being fully considered both here and in Canada. The govern ment might at once determine to take into its own hands the whole of the wild lands in Canada, compensating the proprietors for the present value of them. For this pur pose a general valuation of all the appropriated wild lands of the province would be the first step uecissary ; a pro cess doubtless requiring some time and expense, but nothing like what the mention of a general...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LESCHENAULT AND THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 7 February 1844

LESCHENAULT AND THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN COMPANY. [Concluded from the ' Sun-Beam.'] It would be vain to try and analyze the   reasons of Mr. JE. G. Wakefield being desirous of overturning so abruptly the plans of the Company as they then stood : he was a director, and had of course given his consent to all their proceedings ; yet that he did so with downright hearty good-will is but too apparent in the suc cess which attended his labours. We leave this point to be settled by more subtile theorists than ourselves. The reasons of Captain Grey did not lie so deep, and are easily explained. He, as we have before stated, was anxious to do something for himself, and to accomplish this, the best method was to get himself listened to and talked about.   His ambition prompted him to be the means of   having a new settlement called after his name, and to be founded upon his representation. He accordingly spared no opportunity of enlarging on the merits of ...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 7 February 1844

Sale of Land by Auction. MESSRS. LKhVEL & WM. SAMSON will offer at Pulilic Sale on Wednesday the 13th March, at their Rooms, Perth, at am o'clock precisely, that well-known Estate called MADDIHGTON PARK. ALSO, — A most desirable Grant of Land in the Toodyay district, near Northaui, consisting of (1200) twelve hundred acres, lilted either for pastoral or agricultural purposes. This grant has the advantage of a line pool of excellent water, and otters an admirable opportunity for any person commencing farming on a moderate scale. Perth, Feb. 5, 1844. TO BEHOLD BY AUCTION, 3y Messrs. £. & W. Samson, To folio to the sale advertised for the XAthinst., FINE Van Diemeu's Land oat?, fine Manil la cigars, corks, gunpowder (F), and coffee. Perth, Feb. 5, 1844. SHERIFF'S OFFICE. Perth, February 5, 1844. IN THli CIVIL COUHT — Davey v. C- F. Clarkson. Steel v. €. F. Clarkson. NOTICE is hereby pi veil, that, on Monday, the 1'ith day of February instant, at the hour of 12 o'clock a...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PERTH TOWN TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 7 February 1844

PERTH TOWN TRUST. A special meeting of the Trustees of the Town of Perth was held on the 29th ultimo, for the purpose of electing a Chairman of the Trust ; Mr. W. Nairn senr. member of Committee in the chair. The object of the meeting having been explain ed, the business of election was proceeded with, when Mr. Thomas Helms was unanimously re elected to the office. Thanks were voted to Mr. Helms for the effi cient manner in which he had performed the du ties of chuirman during the preceding year, and the meeting separated.

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 14 February 1844

Tor London Direct, Calling at the Cape of Good Hope. jr&£- rilHE fine fast-sailing Baiqie Jira^k JL Shepherd will potilirely suil ^yj^^^ on Saturday the 23rd inst. iffiSffKgfcg For freight or passage apply to F. MANGLES & CO., Agents for the Ship. Notice. IITflreliy pive notice, that by a certain Inden ture (waring date on or about the 12th day of February instant, and made between Richard West Nas!i, of Mangonah, on the Swan River, Esquire, ofthe one part, and Die, the undersigned, B irtholomew Urban Vi gors, of the other part, all the goods, chattel?, and effects of the said Richard 'West Nash in and about his dwelling-house and premises afore said, as well ns 5 horses, the property of thesuid Richard West Nash, now in the charge of E. P. B. Leonard, Esquire, have been mortgaged to me as a security for a debt due from the said R. 'W. Nasli to me. B. URBAN VIGORS. Perth, Feb. 13, 1844. Notice. I Hereby give notice, that I intend applying for a Retail Spirit License ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 14 February 1844

Barque ' Shepherd,' A 1. FOR ENGLAND DIRECT. -r^X- nnHE BARQUE Shepherc ^gym^ JL Narracott master, now load in j jgQyra? will proceed for England on - «^M^K» about the 15th February. All shij pers are earnestly requested to forward the wool immediately. Has first-rate accommodation for passenger! } ? For freight and passage apply to F. MANGLKS&CO., Perth or Fremanth. Barque 'Ganges.' Jj^jt' A LL parties having goods by th jfflM^k ZjL above ship are requested t HJHranpE clear the same immediately, in fail «^^^^K*ure of which they will be landed am stored, and may be had ou payment of expense to the undersigned. F. MANGLES & CO., Agent for the Ship. . Perth, Jan. 20, 1844. SALES BY AUCTION. Sale at Perth. TO BE SOLD~BY AUCTION, By XHteBBTB. 1*. & W. Samson, At tli-.-'ir Rooms, Perth, on Wednesday the 14tl instant, (to follow the sale of sheep advertised ior that day), A BALE containing unbleached CALTCO, waterproof beaver, black merino, lutestring carpeting, fl...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Extract from a Meteorological Journal kept in the office of the Hon. the Surveyor-General, Perth. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 14 February 1844

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Extract from a Meteorologual Journal hept in the office oftltc Hon. the Surveyor- Genera!, Perth. Date. j I IHU Tfnie.Thr. Bur. Wind. Weathor nnd Remarks. I'eb. 7 10 am 77 ] 80 16 E Moderate brz.— clear. 4 j-h] 00 08! K Lijrht fine. 8 10 amj US | «?j SR Light airs— cle ar. 4 pmi (l-ri I 201)9, S\V I'renh sea hi-*.— line. 9 10 am ;«J 1)7 SW Light brz.— rliwr. 4 PM1 ft« I Ot SW Frfsli !)«.— ilne, 10 10 an* 80 04, SW Light fine— rather cloudy. 11 I pm '!- 30 0:-l SW .Moderate— tine. 4 TM; 73 031 SW* Fresh— fine. 12 10 am 77 29.98' calm , Clear. 4 I'M 79 05'. SW Moderate sea breeze— fine. 13 10 am 71 OH SSW I'rosh brr.— tinr, ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ABSTRACT of the PUBLIC EXPENDITURE of the Colony of Western Australia for the Quarter ending 31st December, 1843. FROM THE PARLIAMENTARY GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 14 February 1844

A B&TRA CT of the PUBLIC EXPENDITURE of the Colony of Western Awstralin for the Quarttrcnd ing 3 1st December, 1843. FKOAt TUB I'ARLIAMKKTAllY GUAM. £ *. rf. Salaries. The Governor ? 104 3 G Colonial Secretary's Office ? I64I5 0 Survey department ? 280 9 0 Commissioner of Ci'tilCoutt ? 1i 10 3 Advocate-General ? 72 16 3 Colonial Chaplain ? 6u 1 3 (J Acting Colonial Surgeon ? 3!) 4 0 Resident Magistrate, Fi email tie ? 24 5 6 Do. Albany ? 25 0 0 Do. VaMtc ? 24 5 0 Do. York ? 24 5 6 Do. Toody»y ? 24 5 6 Do. Murray... T ? 12 2 8 Clerk of the Peace ? 24 5 6 Sheriff ? 24 5 6 ComniiiiMiiint ? 24 13 3 Protectors of Natives ? 99 0 9 £1,211 7 7 Contingencies. Lodging allowance Colonial Chaplain ? 12 10 0 Printing und stationery ? 27 1 7 6 i Maintenance ol Colonial vi ssel ? 91 (j 17 5 Forage allowance to PioUclois ? 29 18 0 Survey contingencies ? 158 13 6 ) ? £2,3-i7 4 0 Recapitulation. Payments by Treasurer, Perth ? 3,332 4 0 D--. Do. Albany ? 25 0 0 Total on Parliamentary Grant ? £...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE INQUIRER. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 14 February 1844

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1844. We purpose here following up our last week's remarks on the positions of debtor and creditor, and the duties of each. It would almost appear, from the language of certain parties, that they imagined the relation between debtor and creditor necessarily to reflect discredit upon one or other. That this is some times the cast is unquestionable ; as, where the debtor has incurred the debt without a reasonable prospect of discharging it; or where he has been living beyond the style suitable to his station, even where he had a reasonable prospect of being able to pay fur his folly ; or where he has endea voured by scheming speculation in trade, or any other line of idleness unproductive of benefit to the community, by which he 6onght to be sup ported ; or where, when he has become aware of his difficulties, he has not retrenched his unpro ductive expenses to mere necessaries and decen cies ; or where he has contented himself with mere retrenchment, without ex...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Inquirer. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 14 February 1844

To the Editor of the Inquirer. j Sir, — May I ask, your purpose in occupying 1 your columns with exposing the swindling pro- I jects of Messrs. Butler & Co. You cannot 1 write for the colonies ; for in them there exists I but one opinion, namely, that the faith of Great ' I Britain is like the chastity of a harlot, and her I performance of contracts dependent on her pow- I er to violate them. I presume you write for the 1 home public ; that body who, while as indivi- 1 duals they are nobly ready to respond to the cry 1 of oppression, yet permit their name and power I to be used for even infamous scheme of treachery I and tyranny and cowardly swindling which may I suit the designs or please the fancies of a gang I of political charlatans. But if this be the case, ? sir, you may, as «e say in Scotland, ** spare I yoar breath to cool your porridge,' for they will m not read. As a rule, sir, you may rest assured I that John Bull will listen but he will seldom I read even were th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 14 February 1844

The following notices were published in the Govern mcut Gazette a fortnight since. Want of space has compelled us to postpone their insertion until now : — Colonial Secrttary's Office, Perth, January 22, 1844. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. E. Buck to be Hurbonr Master ot Frenvantle during the absence on leave of Mr. D. Scott. By His Excellency's command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. Colonial Secretarp's Office, Perth, January 23, 1644. HIS Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, that the Bight Honourable the Secretary of State has been pleased to approve of the undermentioned appointments : — E. W. Landor, Esq , to be Commissioner of the Court of Requests. Alfred Scarle, Esq., to be rti Assistant Surveyor. E. C. Sduper, Esq., to be Clerk of the Councils during the indisposition of VV. Cowan, Esq. H. Samson, Esq., to be draftsman in the Survey Depart ment. By His Excellency's commnnd, PfiTEK BROWN, Colonial Secretary. Colonial Secretary's ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RETURN of the REVENUE of the Colony of Western Australia for the Quarter reading 31st December, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 14 February 1844

RETURN of the REVENUE of the Colony of We*e cm Australia for the Quaiter if/Ling 'i\st Dtcember, 1613. £ s. d. Duty on imported spirits ? 903 6 9 I)--. on wines ? 101 5 3 Do. on tobacco. ? 76 19 4 Do. on L'oods sold by auction ? 68 8 9 Do. on transfer of landed property ? 12 5 0 Do. on imported goods ? 2^2 9 0 Licennes to sell hy auction ? 10 0 0 Do. to keep dog6 ? £10 0 Do. to keep boats for hi re ? 5 0 0 Warehouse rent on spirits iu bond ? 33 15 3 Fees of Public Offices ? 64 10 9 Post office department ? 60 0 9 Judicial fines ami forfeitures ? 14 6 0 Inpayment (iflnHiiB ? 66 15 1 Repayments on account of Colonial Hospital 9 7 3 Repayments on account of prisoners und i in ruin ran I e ? 24 10 6 Suit, &r., from Rottncst esiiiblishinent .... 829 pale --t Crown lumie ? &;2 10 t) Lease of do ? 10 0 Total amount ? £ l .609 1 1 5

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 14 February 1844

Advantageous Farming Speculation. ri^O be let for one or two years from the 1st I May next, nearly the whole of the tillage lands of that excellent farm in the Murray dis trict well known by the name of the 'Dandalup Farm.' The tillage lands might be rented either to one ndividuai, or portions let to several, being sub divided into fields, fenced in a very superior manner with bank-and-ditch postand-rail fences. Cattle would be allowed to run gratis upon the run of the proprietor, which should be bona, fide the property of the tenant. Houses, offices, im plements, carts, waggons, horses, bullocks, and tools of every description, might be rented to the incoming tenant or tenants. Terms — A portion of the produce. None but persons of high character, which must be proved by letters of recommendation from persons of respectability, need apply to the proprietor. F. C. SINGLETON. Dandalup, Jan. 1, 1844. Lands to be let or sold. THE Pine Apple house and garden, and 800 acres of land, withi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 14 February 1844

Birth. AT Wilberforce, Avon, on the 5th instant,   the Lady of ALFRED HILLMAN, ESQ., of a daughter.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 14 February 1844

SHSFFXSTG INTELLIGENCE. Sailed. — On the 8th instant, the Florida t Cunningham master, American whaler. On the 11th, the Ganges, Walker master, for Batnvia. — Passenger, the Rev. Dr. Brady.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 21 February 1844

MESSRS. G. SHENTON & CO. beg to inform their friends and the public gene rally, that the partnership carried on bv them is now dissolved ; and they request that all claims against them may be sent in without delay, and that all parties indebted to them who failed to arrange their accounts on tho 14th instant, as requested in a previous notice, will at once liqui date their accounts, or they will at once be handed over to an agent. Perth, Feb. 19,1844. GSHENTON, Chemist and Druggist, begs « to inform the inhabitants of Western Aus tralia, that be will dispose of the Stock in Trade of the late firm at reduced prices. No credit will be given unless a previous agreement is entered into, but parties paying cash will have a decided advantage. A list o? the goods will appear in a future advertisement. Perth, Feb. 19, 1844. Fremantle Whaling Company. rpENDKRS will be received on Saturday next, the 24th instant, for piling the front and weather side of the Company's Jetty, and repair...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 21 February 1844

For London Direct, Calling at fM Cape of Good Hope* Ju&n&r njlHE fine fast-Bailing Barque yfflym X Shepherd will positively sail JhQQB^ on Saturday the 24rd inst. '^^^^??i For freight or passage apply to F. MANGLES & CO., Agents for tlw Ship. SALES BY AUCTION. Sale of Land by Auction. MESSRS. LIONEL & WM. SAMSON will offer at Public Sale on Wednesday the 13th March, at their Rooms, Perth, at one o'clock precisely, that well-known Estate called MADDXNGTON PARK. ALSO, — A most desirable Grant of Land in the Toodyay district, near Northam, consisting of (1200) twelve hundred acres, fitted either for pastoral or agricultural purposes. This grant has the advantage of a fine pool of excellent water, and offers an admirable opportunity for any person commencing farming on a moderate scale. Perth, Feb. 5, 1844. EX 'VELOCITY.' TO BE SOLd'1Ty AUCTION, By Messrs. Xi. & W. Samson* At their Rooms, Perth, on Wednesday, the 21st iast., at One o'clocl precise...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
METEORLOGICAL TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 21 February 1844

MSTBOBOLOaXCAX. TABX.B. Extract from a Meteorological Journal kept in the office of the Hon. the Surveyor-Gtneral, Perth. 1844 Tiroe-Thr. Bar. Wind. Wnthw and Rmnrki. Feb. 14.10 a* ey 90*07 SE lagjit fine. 4 ph 71 08 SW Moderate b».— ctar, 10 10 am' 60 00 SW Frcsh-flnt. * fh 86 0' BSW ireehbr*.— cloud r. If 10 Ait 85 10 .Sly Light air*— clew. 4 ru. 6ft 10 6SW Frtth bri.— ftn«. 17 10 Aiti 70 17 E6K Light bri.— clett. 4 pk '5 07 SSW Fresh— fine, cloudy to South. 11 :10 ah' 70 00 M Frenh— tl udy— rain. I 4 pm 61 OB SB Mod.— constant rain. 10 10 Ail fid 07 S^B Moderate— cloudy. 4 pk 89 07 SB I itfht bri. cloudy 90 10 am 72 'M)\ SE j Preih bw— gloomy

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