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FROM THE "GOVERNMENT GAZETTE[?] Survey Office, Western Australia, June 6, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 June 1836

FROMTïlÊ «GOVERNMENT GAZETTE iSutvey Ojjzve; Western Australia, - : June Gi 1836.j; - .- \ T having been found, on recent ex- amination, that the course of the Avon River above or to the southward of that r portion of it which has been hereto- fore f surveyed as iarç as the township of Beverley, "is not in the direction which was' assùnïed on^the occasion of the as- signment of locations in that* quarter ; Notice, is hereby, given to all persons ^possessing assignments of land on the Avon above Beverley, that they will be permitted to exchange and re-select the portions of land to which they are save- j rally entitled, in such other .parts oí the j Avon districts, within the intended j _ counties oi York and Grantham, as they ¡ may desire,-subject to certain necessary j regulations, which will be mudé known \ by. appUcriti'on at lhis-*&ffic&t Notice is dlso given hereqy, that, un- less applications for the aforesaid objects be nude whhln three months lrom the present...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Western Australian Journal, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 June 1836

TO CORRESPONDENTS. tf A poor man's wife" has stated a plain and .apparently straightforward story about her two bushels of wheat ; but. hard a« the case may appear to her that she' should be injured, and not even obtain the satisfaction of publish- ing the íaet, we must decline giving insertion to her letter, as it contains ] matter which might be considered actionable. ? . li i .-«~l_

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REPORT Of the Committee of Correspondence, appointed at a General Meeting of the Inhabitants of the Colony of Western Australia, on the present State of the Settlement up to 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 June 1836

REPORT Of the Committee of Correspondence, appointed at a General Meeting of the Inhabitants of the Colony of Western Australia., on the present   State of the Settlement up to 1835.   Mr. Cook, a respectable market gardener, who has also resided in the Colony from its first year, writes as follows in his profession : " In reply to your letter, wherein, you request that I would give information as to the extent and quality of garden ground under cultivation, in and   near Perth, with an account of the vegetables and   fruits that thrive, their productiveness and quality, &c, &c, I beg to remark, that the extent of   garden ground under cultivation in Perth, the productions of which are offered for sale, is about   eight acres ; tbtôfe gardens in 'the neigîïBourhood   I which occasionally supply -the town amount to j about as many mole. The quality ofJ.he soil of [these gardens ...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 June 1836

VARIETIES. -The ' Greenwich1 Railroad ja to be .pjdon by onie Company, arid thence trs^ání, ana Shoreham, to' ¡brighton. _._,r" r_jjecompanyjortheionnçrcontinu- ation -is'l40,00O^v:.aiÄ;fer tfe.iatt^90Ü,0p07.; Á{ Lune from London to Blackxválí is proposed. A lift« j i io connect Leeds. and. Shuifiejld . with London re-"l qt^ires à capital of ïT25U',0t)u£ VA line to Norwich, ¡ and thence to .York, 19 -J»-' act ; another line to \^r^;:rroniV;Wlwt^ha))cl. by DunmViw¿ to bam- bridge, Lincoln, v Sleaford,'. N&tb'y, àjid York; Anotherprvi10^^10 ümí.fc.y.-V*k, and take a line from JLeeds, by way of Wakefield /Rotherbam,, arid jRhéeterfietà, to! Derby,there, .to joinvÜie flîjdlatid ) Counties JRailway, which is- projected nonti Perljy ¡ by way V of leicester, to Jojn the Londonfandj; 13írmingliañi Ballway at llugby^ ^ith re^r^ io j 'the former of these .norl-her^ pr^ectvwe leárii ? thai, the e^pen^e woul4 kK frpro, York >o Selby, Í45,$)0¿; mm Selbyto^^^dge, 1^95,000^ and from ;C....

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of "The Per[?]h Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 June 1836

CORRESPONDENCE.   To the Editor of " The Perth Gazette." SIR, — Since I sent you an account of our efforts to find a nearer road to Northam, one of my sons, with a party of natives, has crossed to the Good-   mich, from the hills behind Mr. Brockman's farm, by a nearer and better line of road, inasmuch as the ascent to the hills is easter; and they crossed I the Wabiera hugher up, where it is easier to cross   it with carts. Mr. Scott, of Guildford, and Crag-     gie, who may be considered good judges of what   will make a good road for carts, have returned     from the Goodmich by the same route, and speak   favorably of it. They report the distances to be, from the Goodmich to the Wabiera, four miles ; from Wabiera to Goolgoil, three miles (Goolgoil is supposed to be the head of Colonel Latour's   brook;) from Goolgoil to Guildford, seven miles.. 'They ...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 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 — 11 June 1836

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 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." The existence of a lake, or ocean, to the eastward, at some considerable dis-   tance, undefined, was alluded to by the   Hon. G. F. Moore, Esq., in his recent   sketch of an excursion to the northward ; and the possibility of our meeting with such a sea, was confirmed by Mr. Drum- mond, in a letter published subsequent- ly, conveying intelligence derived by the sons of that gentleman from the natives.   It was known by them as the Moleyean,   (the same name applied to it by Mr. Moore,) which, interpreted, means the ocean, as we collect from the following communication, sent lo the Governor by Mr. F. Armstrong, interpreter to the natives, an inquiry having been instituted   at Hi...

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CIVIL COURT. Tuesday, June 7, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 June 1836

CIVIL COURT. Tuesday, June 7, 1836. Wm. Lamb v Temple Graham.-To recover 13l. 8s 2d. for goods sold, being the balance of an account for 14l. 8s. 2d., the plaintiff deductîng 1l, admitted to be due to defendant for chimney ornaments. Plaintiff called Mr Rolfe Steel-From two to two years and a   half ago I was walking with the plaintiff at Fre- mantle, when we met the defendant, of whom I demanded the payment of a debt of a few shillings due to me for spirits. He said that mine was a paltry debt to trouble him for ; that he had owed the plaintiff money for a long time,-for which the plaintiff had never troubled him. The plaintiff said, "Yes! Mr. Graham, you owe me about 13l I believe. The defendant said to me, 'There, you see, you have troubled me for a paltry debt, while Mr Lamb has never asked me for the money which I owe him: The defendant pleaded a set off for insertion of advertisements on plaintiff's ac- count in a newspaper of which defendant was pro- prietor, and...

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CIVIL COURT. PERTH, SATURDAY, JUNE 11. Before W. H. Mackie, Esq[?] Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 18 June 1836

CÍVíL COURT. PKRT.II, SATURDAY,'JUNE li. Before IV. Ii. Mackie'Esq¿ Commissioner ¡ Adji'Xirutïl ca^e. Charles Smith v. Eliza Stwwi acting in the place and ¡stead ol' her husband, w*ia. ¡Shaw. ! Miss Shaw i i recollect Mr. Smith coming up , tü roy mother's hiuac ftith tlic fron>e my brother , had | ni chased fr«m him, on the name .day. Mr, irmi'a said he wished to have the bailey at the market {»rice. My mother said she knew nothing ' of the market price :" aire would not let the barley go tmdbr 8s». Mr. Smith hummed and hawed a good deal, and went away, without saying-\vhe¿ tuer he would, or would not, take the barley at tbat ¡»rice My mother said she would not be ant^Verabie for any transaction» of my* brother's, by ''which barley wah to be sold at less than 8u. My 1 moiher »aid if he did, pot like-to take'the barley 1 at Ps., liff might take the horse back. . Mr. S. said that he had brought the boree up to shew it to my nioiher, to know if she approved ot it. I heard my j anoth...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. NONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 18 June 1836

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   NONE. Errata. - At the close of Mr. Trigg's letter to the Corresponding Committee,   which appeared in our last publication, for "should the tide of emigration return   in our favour, with married emigrants," read "monied emigrants."   We have been requested to notice, that Mr. Joseph Harris, junior, and not Mr James Harris, has been appointed a magistrate.    

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 18 June 1836

R,G JiLOYD/interidíñg to leave ?- tile Colony by thefirst opportunity, rä|ues£s? thrall 3Ôèbts due to bim may Ije sent m for liquidation ; and ali Per- ' èojbs indebted to'the same are rëquest V'ejâ-'' toiV settle' thek- ^counts ; witlioiit CONVENIENT Cottage Resi. dence, pleasantly situated ça Mount Si iza. Rent moderate. - . v: Apply to' Mr. Ralph Clarence, í'ortií. . .- .:? .j ;r^_._^-:-,.,.; -?,; ; -?? :.?;;-~ s MEETING of the Committee of ;. JiU'^uüe JBrfbigrAtioa will be held j jiitKe Public Offices; Perth,-on Wed-j ùeèdayy the 22d J une, at. 1*2 o clock. ¡ ;?:-;'? -/.-?<".? ', ' '.'.*. J. B. AYlTTENtfOM, ' T\ .... * :':* . ,, ' ' .-.Secretary.' J

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 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 — 18 June 1836

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JUNE l8, 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." His Excellency the Governor, accom- panied by D.A.C.G. Lewis, Lieut. Bun- bury, H.M. 21st Regt., Mr. Phillips, and Mr. A. Stirling, will proceed to the William's district to-morrow. His Ex- cellency's object, as we learn, in making this journey, at present, the season being   unfavorable for such an excursion, is, to examine , personally, the position which has been taken by the first settlers in that quarter, and to fix the town-site, which, it would appear, as originally de- termined upon, is not eligibly situated. A large party started to form an es- tablishment in the district we have allud- ed to about four weeks, back, consisting of the Govt. resident (Mr. Phillips,) Lieut. Bunbury, H.M. 21st Regt; with a detachment to protec...

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RECENT TOUR TO THE EASTWARD AND NORTHWARD OF NORTHAM. To the Editor of "The Perth Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 18 June 1836

RECENT TOUR TO THE EASTWARD AND NORTHWARD OF NORTHAM. To the Editor of " The Perth Gazette". SIR, — Mr. Brown and Mr. Leake having pro-' jected an expedition, for the purpose of examining the district of country which lies adjacent to the Swan River, on its course through the Darling Range, I gladly availed myself of the opportunity of joining their party, with a twofold object in view. One was to combine with their intentions, the examination of the valley falling into the Swan at a place called Toodyay, ten or twelve miles below Northam, a branch of which I had crossed with Mr. Dale in the year 1831, where we saw marks of cattle at that time, andin the   neighbourhood of which valley the natives had lately been seme cows. The other object was to push as far as practicable to the eastward, in order to acquire some additional information as to the existence and locality of that great inland lake or sea,which upon a former occasion I have ventured   &amp...

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REPORT Of the Committee of Correspondence, appointed at a General Meeting of the Inhabitants of the Colony of Western Australia, on the present State of the Settlement up to 1835. STATE OF CRIME IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 18 June 1836

REPORT   Of the Committee of Correspondence, appointed at a General Meetingof the Inhabitants of the Colony of Western Australia, on the present State of the Settlement up to 1835.   STATE OF CRIME IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA. (Continued.)     Few subjects deserve more serious consideration   than the moral condition of a population, although   in the greater number of statistical accounts of the British Colonies, this most important topic is gene-.   rally, either altogether omitted, or very slightly touched upon. The following synopsis of the state   of crime and system of criminal jurisprudence, has been concocted for the Committee by the kindness of W. H. Mackie, Esq., Chairman of the Commit- tee, and may probably indicate the state of morals in this community, in a more satisfactory manner,   than any commentary on the subject.     List A. — Nu...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 25 June 1836

m: j'" ""i ? i i. .??i»j.i. ?'? ?? " /'Mfl'-R.G. LLOYD, intending to leave J&M. the Colony by the first opportunity, requests that all Debts due to him may .be sent ka for liquidation'; and all Per- sons indebted to the -same are ' request- ed to settle , their accounts ivilbout delay. Ä TO LET, CONVENIENT Cottage jResi. dence, pleasantly situated on Mount Eliza, Rent moderate. > Apply ,to Mr. Ralph Clarence, Perth. FtlOM THE " GOVERNMENT GAZETTE " QUARTER SESSIONS. OTICE is hereby given, that tjie next General Quarter Sessions I of the Pence for the Colony of 'Wes! ern j Australia, will be holden at the Court j House, at Fremantle, on ,Fnclay the'first \ -day pf July next, at the hour of Nine in f -the Forenoon,-Dated the 9th day of j June, iu the year of our Lord 1836. J , A li. Stonj^ j » ' -Clerk of the Peace. \

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 25 June 1836

. ,NQ TICE. ' : . Gazette Office, Perth. HE «1 Government Gazette" No l8 contains the commencement of the Huies and Orders of the Civil Court ; these will be published weekly until the ; whole is completed, and may be had on application to this Office.

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REPORT. Of the Committee of Correspondence, appointed at a General Meeting of the Inhabitants of the Colony of Western Australia, on the present State of the Settlement up to 1835. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 25 June 1836

REPORT Of the Committee of Correspondence, appointed al a General Meeting of the Inhabitants of the Colony of Western Australia, on the present   State of the Settlement up to 1835,   (Continued.). The following is from the pen of J Har-   ris, Esq, Colonial Surgeon: -     In compliance with your desire, I give you. such     information as my experience in the Colony has enabled me to collect on tbe following subjecta:-               1. - On the Climate, Seasons, scale of Ther- mometer, quantity of Rain, &c. - .2.-Diseases,   endemic or imported, influence of the Climate on     the health of Men and Animals, and the general   state of health of the Inhabitants. 3. - Diseases Incidental to Cattle       &...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 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 — 25 June 1836

THE     WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 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"     We have kept our columns open up   to the latest hour, in the hope that we should be in possession of intelligence from the vessel reported to be in sight this morning. Information has however reached us from Fremantle up to four o'clock this afternoon, from which we learn, that the vessel (a barque) was en- deavouring to work her way into Cock- burn Sound, but, finding it impossible to reach the anchorage, the wind being con- trary, had put to sea for the night, with the Harbour Master (Captain Scott) on board.     As some time has elapsed since we last received communications from our friends abroad, there is ample room for speculation, as to the quarter from &...

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To the Editor of the "Perth Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 25 June 1836

To the Editor of the "Perth Gazette." SIR,—Much scepticism appears still to prevail as to the existence of a large body of water at no   great distance in the interior, as I have before ventured to assert. As this is a subject of much importance to the Colony, I am desirous of men- tioning all the progressive steps of information by which I have advanced to such a conclusion, in order that others may not only have the means of judging of the reasonableness of the conjecture, that such a thing dues exist, but also may be able to form some idea of its situation, distance, extent, and direction. It is known to all, who converse   with the natives here, that their knowledge   of the localities of the country beyond the bounds of their own immediate district is extremely limited and imperfect. A visit to some friend in a neigh- bouring tribe comprises, in general, the extent of their travels; the occasions are rare and urgent when they transgress th...

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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 25 June 1836

EXTRACTS. ^Mo'âes bf Living among Hie &kinese.i-?tThe modes of living among the .Chinese are, of course very'different, according to the rank and wealth oj -ihe people; but-the extremes of luxury andmisery Are no where more ludicrously contrasted. ' Those « *vho «an afford to purchase rare and ¿expensive delicacies grudge no cost for them* as is proved by the price paid for edible birds1 nests, (glutinous - compositions, formed by a kind of swallow, in vast clusters, found tit--caves in the Nicobar and other' -' islands), 5,000 dollars being« sometimes, given for a picul, weighing 1,S32 pounds. In the streets, multitudes of meit areemployijdinfreparing^lteae (or «ale, with a pair of tweezers, plucking from themeyery K^»Qr^re,of.feather,, or ex^ançous -matter j ,anà,,;at Jhe Bamç'time, carefully"preserv- ing the.^rm.of the nests, by pushing, tJîrouglTthçm very .sleuáer jsjips ot bamboo. SjiarkV^ns ¿re "highly prized,* and, when vwell dried, tjiey fè/ch a jkjghpppce^" The becj...

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