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

I Jcrtjt «alette * IB. f. «iracs. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Sliakspeare. AN important official communication was received last mail by the Commandant, Lieut.-Col. Bruce, from the Committee of Indian Officers appointed to superintend the remount of the cavalry of the Indian army, which may possibly prove to be the forerunner of a great advantage for this Colony. The letter complains of the very bad quality of the horses sent from Australia to India, rendering it necessary to take some effectual means for ensuring a steady supply of horses of a kind adapted for the services required, and to accomplish this it is proposed to form a depot in one of the colonies. The geo- graphical situation of Western Australia, the short passage to Madras, and the avoidance of the delays and danger of a passage round the Leeuin, point it out as the colony most suitable for the purpose ; the Committee, therefore, request of Col. B...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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York Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 January 1867

  York Agricultural Society.   THE usual Quarterly Meeting of the York Agri- cultural Society was held this day at the Castle Hotel, York, and was well attended, several of the leading settlers being present. W. W. Hoops, Esq. was voted to the Chair, and com- menced business by reading some letters handed him by the Secretary. The following resolu- tions were then proposed and carried. 1st Resolution.-Proposed by Mr. S. E. Burges and seconded by Mr. John Taylor:-"That this Society feel it their duty to impress on the Local Government the great advantage that would accrue to the settlers of this district and to the colony generally, if the sheep and cattle runs were fenced in. But as this cannot be carried out under the present tenure of land, especially in Class A lands, that His Excellency be earnestly solicited to take this subject under his favorable consideration, and if in his power, grant the leaseholders under the Crown such security of tenure agains...

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

For Madras. THE fine fast-sailing Ship THE BRIDE, A 1, 8 years, from 1866, will _leave for the above port with all possible despatch. This offers a first-rate opportunity for shippers of horses. The Bride has superior accomodation for passengers. For freight or passage apply to. C. A. MANNING, Fremantle, Or G. SHENTON, Perth. Premantle, 8th Jan., 1867. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. PBUNINE FARM, situated on the Talbot Brook, about 15 miles from York, and adjoining the residence of Mr. James Fleay ; the farm consists of two 40 ucre Blocks, 60 acres of which are under cultivation, with a good substantial fence, and a mileage of 1800 acres. The Farm and Run are well supplied with water. The buildings consist of a good dwell- ing-house, an eight-stall stable, stock- yards, and all necessary buildings, all complete and in good order. For terms apply to Mr. A. Quarter- maine on the premises, or to R. G. MEARES. Auction & General Agency Office, ) York, 29th Nov., 1866. | For Sale b...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 January 1867

Siftyptofi pteUigme. AT?mVAI\S January 11.-Swan, 25 tona, O'Grady, mas- ter, from Tasse and Bunbury. Passengers Mr. Wellard, Mrs. Spencer and Mrs. Collins. Cargo-10 bales wool, 2i tons potatoes, 16 kegs butter and baggage. 12.-Lass of Geraldton, 38 tons, H. O'Grady,, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-i Messrs. K. Brown, F. T. Von Bibra, J. York, and Miss Osborne, and 4 prisoners, Cargo-41 cases tobacco (under bond) ; 10 bales wool, 285 bags copper ore, 133 do. wheat, 5 do. flour./64 do. bran, 23 do. barley, and sundries. ' j 16.-Sea Nymph, 173 tons, Shaw, master, from Adelaide. Passengers-Mr. W. Fisher DEPARTURES. j January 12.-Zephyr, 409 tons, Captain Elliot for London. Passengers-Cabin, Mrs. Sale/and family (3), Messrs. Condron, Semple, and E. and W. Scott. 7 S ame day.-Fitzroy, 573, tons, Captain'Mil- lard, for London. Passengers-Cabin, ) Lt. Colonel Bruce, Mrs. .Bruce, Miss C. Bruce, Miss E. Bruce, Master U. Bruce, Miss Helen Ferguson, Dr. W. Crawford, Mrs. Gale and fa- mil...

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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 25, 1867. Summary for the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 January 1867

JírtJ éajílte # iî. 3. Simes. íc in " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at. bo thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Shakspeare. PKroA^IÑtrARY^57l86Í Summary for the Mail. The Annual Stock and Balance sheet of the Treasury and the Survey Office, reveals a most satisfactory state of affairs in those two departments, and a rate of progress in the trade and settlement of the country, which it is to be hoped will be maintained during the current year. The following is a comparative statement for the two past years : 1866. 1865. Customs 44,641 12 11 38,771 4 2 Harbor Dues 1,186 3 6 1,165 6 3 Land Sales 4,848 l8 4 8,463 16 5 Land Eevenue 14,627 11 2 12,198 12 4 Bents 125 0 0 127 4 0 Transfer Duties 195 12 6 214 19 6 Auction do. 312 15 6 211 3 4 Licenses 2,237 17 0 2,143 l8 10 Postages 3,962 1 5 3.849 l8 8 Fines, &c. 1,363 10 8 1,235 19 8 Fees 507 19 0 372 2 6 Eottnest 467 5 1 898 12 1 Sale Government 340 6 2 144 12 4 Eeimbursements 1,196 7 1 1,140 4 7 Miscellan...

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NEW INDUSTRIES. [From the Australasian.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 January 1867

NEW INDUSTRIES,   ["From the Australasian."] We have already announced the successful results of Dr. Mueller's experiments on the availability of various native barks and grasses as materials for paper-making. Aware as we are of the immense importance of these results, we have considered it our duty to institute further inquiry, and to place before our readers full information as l.o the various plants which are likely to prove of commercial value, whether shipped in bulk, or in the shape of " half-stuff," as we believe the partially prepared pulp is called. The samples of paper made by Dr. Mueller in the recently constructed laboratory attached to the Botanic Gardens, and which have been submitted to us, possess qualities which we unhesitatingly assert would make them at once acceptable to the trade for packing purposes, and some of them merely require bleaching to render them fit for writing or printing. We will now enumerate the plants which yielded the fibrous mater...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 January 1867

-ter COMMISSARIAT. Tenders tor Flour 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 Hour, of the best quality, during the year to commence on the 1st April next ; to be de- livered at Perth, Fremantle, and Guild- ford, front 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 icontractfprice. ' Tenders may be offered foe each of the "three Stations or for the whole, but in the ?latter Híáse ttie Deputy Commissary Gene- ral may have the option of accepting only *â portion of the tender, if it should ap- pear expedient. Tenderers are requested to state the price per ...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 January 1867

Ccrmpttîmta. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette Sç W. A. Times. Sib,-The very low prices likely to prevail during the present year for the Agriculturists' principal staple-wheat, although this is fairly a yeor in which he may be congratu- lated upon having secured a good crop, will greatly reduce the return which a careful and painstaking farmer is entitled to expect from hi9 cultivation, if the land he tills be of fair quality. It is unfortunately but too true that 1 the great majority of farms in this colony are distinguished by no other degree of excellence than the superior amount of carelessness and slovenliness evinced in the tillage applied to them ; the ground just scratched over j ear after year, and year by year a glorious increase in the quantity of wild oats and canary grass to be found smothering what little wheat does manage to struggle into ear. This is what in Western Australia is called farming, and is ex- pected to produce a profit to the farmer, whether ne has to ...

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THE COLONIAL BALANCE OF POWER (From the Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 January 1867

THE COLONIAL BALANCE OF POWER (From the Australasian.) Visitors from the neighbouring colonies have been so complaisant as to declare that Melbourne is a hundred years ahead of any of the other Australian capitals. There was a statement to that effect in the last issue of the leading jour- nal of Sydney. Melbourne residents, on the other hand, when viewing in the Exhibition the products of other settlements, are constrained to admit that they had no idea that so much pro- gress had been made by their neighbours. Thus a lesson of mutual respect has been given and taken. The inhabitants of the alder colo' nies had heretofore looked upon the assumption of us Victorians as mere vulgar bounce and up- start impertinence. Now they know that there is a solid basis for our pretensions-that our resources are truly vast, and that we make a worthy use of them. On our part, we had fall- en into the habit of looking upon our neighbours as so many poor relations who ought to be thankful for a shar...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 January 1867

Holloway's Ointment and Pills.-Wrongs and their Remedies.-When the safe treatment of disease, by these purifying preparations, is so simple, and the good results so fully known, it seems almost unnecessary to ask the ailing to give them a trial. The Ointment is infallible in curing skin diseases, healing ulcers, arresting inflammations, reducing enlargement, and re- moving almost all external maladies. In all affections of the joints, gouty, rheumatic, and scrofulous attacks, by which the health of many is daily drained away, Holloway's Ointment and Puls will afford indescribable relief and will gradually, if they be used as recommended in the accompanying directions, bring about a thorough and lasting cure. These medica- ments are suitable for both sexes, and for every age and condition. JOHN DALZ1ELL, Plumber, IPainier, Grlazier, and Paper-hanger, BEGS to announce his removal from Gooderich Street to Pier Street, and to return his sincere thanks to the public generally for the pat...

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ANGOEA GOATS AND MOHAIR. [From the Australasian.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 January 1867

ANGOEA GOATS AND MOHAIR. [From the Australasian.'] Somewhere towards the end of the central room in the Intercolonial Exhibition the visitor will notice a prettily-arranged case containing half-a-dozen nice-looking creatures, half-goat and half-deer, with soft mild eyes, and very beautiful fleeces, as far as can be seen, only that the fleeces have evidently been recently shorn. These are two or three of the pure angora goats, with an equal number of crosses; andas they have been, unlike the llamas and alpacas, a decided success for the Acclimatisation Society, and are likely to be yet greatly more so, we shall now say something about them-especially as this very prosperous experiment does not seem to have hitherto arrested the attention of the public. In Australia to make anyone take a real interest in a thing, it is necessary in the first place to show a tangible profit. When the profit has been once established, the next point is to find how it can be realised. We will begin, ther...

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SCAB INSECTS, THEIR VITALITY, AND MODE OF PROPAGATION. (FROM THE WELLINGTON INDEPENDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 January 1867

'^nw0mmw'm By à, W. Täomsm», M.R.C.S.E. :\<Ü ! (rBOÎC THB WELLIflGTOIT INDEPENDENT^ . > > Bating the outbreak of scab in sheep in fcew '? South Wale*, during the years 1863 4 and 1865, ï^was engaged in some interesting^ experiments ëfl the' ¿hove subject, the question which I .wi«ned< to solve being-How long the scab insect would live if removed from sheep and placed in unfavorable circumstances P I therefore procured, on the 27th of April 1863, nome live acari, and placed them in a glass cell (such as is used by microscopists for mounting objects) five eighths of an inch in diameter, and one line deep. In this cell I placed Aré insects, together with some small fragments from the wool, but none of the wool and placed a glass ovgr them and a weight. I kept them in a room in which there was no fire, and where the sun did not shine. The cell was opened for examination every Recond or third day, which had the effect of giving the insects fresh air- the seaso...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 January 1867

For Madras. THE fine fast-sailing Ship THE BRIBE, A 1, 8 years, from 1866, will leave for the above port with all possible despatch. This offers a first-rate opportunity for shippers of horses. The Bride has superior accomodation for passengers. For freight or passage apply to. C. A. MANNING, Fremantle, - Or G. SHENTON, Perth. Fremantle, 8th Jan., 1867. FOR ADELAIDE DIRECT. THE fine fast-sailing barque ST. MAGNUS, -, master, 450 tons burthen. The above vessel has superior accom- modation for Cabin and Steerage passen- gers. She is daily expected to arrive from Adelaide, and will meet with imme- diate despatch, having the principal por- tion of her cargo engaged. For freight or passage application is to be made to the undersigned. J. & W. BATEMAN, Agents. Fremantle, 15th Dec, 1866. Foi* Freight or Charter. THE Fine Brig " Sea Nymph;* 173 tons Register, fit to carry a dry and perishable cargo to any part of the world. Apply to William Henry Fisher, or to Captain Shaw, on board...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 January 1867

âfewtîtô litiíUigencc. AT?T?TVAr.K January 19.-Sea Ripple, 187 tons, Pringle, master, from Adelaide. Passengers-Messrs. Thwaites, (2). 21.-Flying Foam, 36 tons, Cobb, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-Messrs. Cousins, Alpike, Green, and Harvey. Cargo-74 sacks flour, 170 do. wheat, 1 do. barley, 132 do bran and pollard, 15 do. oats, and 3 cases sundries. Same day.-Sea Spray, 33 tons, Miles, master, from the Irwin River. Cargo-423 sacks wheat, 3» do. barley. Same day.-Brothers, 17 tons, Adams, master, from Bunbury. Passengers-Three prisoners. Cargo-about 2 loads of timber. Jan. 23.-Favorite, 48 tons, Lakey, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-Messrs Davis, and W. Criddle. Cargo-325 sacks wheat, 70 do, flour, 29 do. barley, 4 do. oats, 80 do. bran, case whips and 1 trunk. 24 - Wild Wave, 28 tons, Petit, master from Vasse and Bunbury. Passengers-Mr Gillman, Masters Ramsay and Leake, from Bunbury, Mr. Lee, Mrs. Nairn, Miss Conner, and R. Bunny. Cargo 374 sacks potatoes, 100 bags on...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 January 1867

BIRTHS. GULL.-At Guildford, on the morning of the New Tear, Mes. Gull, of a son. JAMES.-At Perth, on the 10th inat., the wife of Mb. E. S. James, of a daughter. DRUMMOND.-At Hawthornden, Toodyay, on the 18th inat., Mes. Drummond, of a daughter. HAMERSLEY.-At Guildford, on the 23rd inst., Mes. S. R. Hamersley, of a son. MARRIAGES. MITCHELL.-CHURCHYARD.-At St. Matthew's Church, Guildford, by the Rev. H. B. Grimaldi, on the 10th January instant Joseph Mitchell, of Guildford, to Harriet Eliza Churchyard, of Perth. LEEDER.-MORRELL.-At St. James' Church, Northam, on Thursday, Nov. 22nd, by the Rev. C. Clay, William George, eldest son of the late William Heney Leeder Esq., to Hannah Emily, eldest daughter of Fred. Morrell, Esq. DEATHS. MEARES.-At York, on the 17th instant, Richard Gamble Boyce Meares, second son of the late R. G. Meares, formerly Captain iu the 2nd Life Guards ; aged 47 years. LITTLE.-At Dardanup, on the 24th Nov., 1866, aged 69 years and 6 months, Eliza, the beloved wife ...

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WEATHER PREDICTIONS. [From the Australasian.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 January 1867

WEATHER PREDICTIONS.   [From the Australasian.   Is Id is Is Colonial almanacs are usually commendably free from catchpenny predictions of the changes of weather that " may be expected on or about this or that time"-an omission that speaks well for the intelligence of the people, for if there were a demand for such rubbish, it would no doubt be abundantly supplied, We doubt if "Francis Moore, physician," were himself to   be resuscitated, he would find a colonial audience. Credulity has not altogether ceased, but it has become somewhat nice about tbe pabulum pre- sented for its swallow. A weather-prophet with a European reputation, such as Saxby, is listened to with, if not a full belief, a desire that his system should become of value as a guide in a matter that affects the pockets of many and the comfort of all. But local prophets are sadly at a discount. The only original weather article that we have met with in colonial almanacs is that giv...

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The Irwin Races, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 25 January 1867

The Irwin Haces, 1866. (From our own Correspondent.) The Maiden Plats of £10, with at sweep- stakes added of Jil 10s., entrance ¿61. One mue nea g*. weights for age. Mr. M. H. Eeardon'a g.g. Shamrock, 5 yrs., 10 st. 10 lbs. ; red and black ; (owner) 12 1 Mr. C. A. Fane's b.g.North Siar,aged, list.; sky blue ; (Kirby) 012 Mr. C. D. V. Fosa* eg. Ftitbattleaxe, aged, 11 st. ; blue and white ; (J. Brockman) 2 3 0 Mr. W. Mr. Greene's b.g. Quarda/nan, 4 yrs., 10 st. 4 lbs. ; red wh. & bl. ; (Wattacull) 3 0 0 iBt. Heat FittbattUaxe jumped off with the lead, which he maintained till near the distance, when Shamrock made his effort and won a well contested race by half a length, North Star bolted. 2nd heat North Star took the lead and won easily. 3rd heat Shamrock and North Star took the lead till within a few yards of the post, when Shamrock came up with a rush ard won by>a short head. Time 2 min. 3 sec. The Irwin Cup Race of £15, entrance £2. One mile and a half. Queens Plate we...

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A SIDEBOARD VALUED AT £1300. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 1 February 1867

A SIDEBOARD VALUED AT £1300. There was on view, yesterday, in the work- shop of Mr. Peter M'Lean, cabinet-maker, Chapel-street, Hotham, a sideboard of an elabo- rate description, which has been in course of completion foi the last six years, and which is valued at £1300. As it will find a place in the International Exhibition during the pre- sent week, visitors thereto will have an op- portunity of examining and admiring this com- plete and costly piece of colonial workmanship. It was originally intended for the International Exhibition, held in London, 1862; but from certain caases the work was delayed and the opportunity lost. The wood of which the side- board is constructed was taken from a log selected fiom the timber yard of Mr. Smith, Collingwood. It was thought to be cedar, but in working it, from the nature of the wood, its hardness, and other qualities, it is thought to be West Australian mahogany. The side- board is nine feet high, of the same width, and about three feet i...

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THE RIGHT MAN COME AT LAST! OR THE PROGRESS OF MEDICINE, [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 1 February 1867

THE RIGHT MAN COME AT LAST! THE PROGRESS OF MEDICINE, It was with no ordinary pride and satisfaction that we lately had the honour of an intro- duction to one of the most eminent men of the age, Professor Thomas Holloway, a gentle- man who had done more for the advancement of medical science than any other that can be named, not excluding such renowned "«avant" as Abebcbombie, Rush, Clabk, os Majen©«, The Professor has recently travelled in the United States, having visited this country for the purpose of establishing a depot for the sale of his medicines in New york. It is true that our public has long been familiar with his great reputation* but partly owing to the heavy duty imposed upon imported medicines, and Sartly to the unwillingness of physicians and raggists to advance fib« interest« of a prof«»» v^ G. .ibn^ bWlh4r, w-tiose superior kndwîedgôjand «kill thMatettea"toc£s%~tfiëirown pretensions into the[0hrô£ the sale (although great) in America, of his wonderful remedies has...

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GUILDFORD. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 1 February 1867

GUILDFORD. (From our own Correspondent.) Since my last scarce anything has occurred here worthy of notice ; au is going on peace- ably and quiet. Last evening the New Court House was opened by Doctors Viveash and Waylen, who invited 150 friends to congratu- late them on their escape from the old cell so long honored by them. Since 1 last noticed the progress on public works, a well has been sunk on the school property, thirty feet, five of which is water; when first sunk it was brackish, but is now very fair, and fit for use. As this is in a line with the projected Town Trust well, it is some encouragement to proceed with what might have been considered a speculation. I see something has been done to the old bridge, apparently with a view to delay its fast approaching end which certainly hides its ugliness; but whether the remedy may not accelerate its downfall time alone will tell. Ten-ace Street is undergoing a thorough form- ation, a work that will last some months and therefore ...

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