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POETRY. THE REIGNING VICE. (From "Blackwood's Magazine.") [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 25 June 1836

POETRY. THE REIGNING VICE. . (Prom . *. Blhckwood's Magazine:') - Trace the dark passions ;-view their strength - uncurb'd; The wildest are 1>ut self-content disturb'd ; A statures vary, -they deceive their growth ,From Outraged Pride, or Vanity, or both : Envy and Spite, to Vanity alîïed, Hate and îlevenge, the baneful tares of Pride. That Envy's v*Vd sclf-iove fromthis-is clear Each only envies what has cross'd his sphere *, There if superior wealth or paits be shewn, We feel the silent satire, on our own. * Comparison wakes rivalry. The» clown öighs for your,night-cap. nota monarch'scrowtf* No lordly tete, but neighbour Stubbs » ball, Urges the spendthrift gi ocer to his foil. Voltaire counted or.tis a Buffon's fame, And breathes1 his vapours round a Corneille** ' name Eclipsed by others, how we strain our powers To reach their lut^orpull thenrduWit to ours! Hence Malice opes her keen unwinking eyes, And all her tongues industrious Slande.r plies. Detraction spreads her univer...

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

oO the Editor of " The-Perth Gazette." SIR, As any hints tending to elucidate the fact of the existence of an inland sea at the back of this Settlement, may be interesting to the public ; I was informed some years ago that on the first   voyage of the Arranzau to this Colony, her com- mander was convinced that a large river emptied itself into the ocean to the northward of Shark's Bay. He found the sea, at a particular point, dis- coloured for miles, and a very strong current driv- ing from tlie land with great-rapidity to seaward, carrying along with it piles of drift wood, &c. He attempted to put in ; but the current was too strong, and the wood drifted in such quantities, that he desisted, and proceeded on his voyage. On his arrival at Fremantle, he reported this circum- tance to many individuals, and pointed out the spot in the map where he thought the river dis- embogued itself. In Buccaneer's Archipelago, Captain King found the rise atid fall of the tide t...

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QUARTER SESSIONS; Fremantle, Friday, July 1, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 2 July 1836

QUARTER SESSIONS; Fremantle,- Friday July 1, 1S3& Before a full Emoh of Ma*'strates--W. JÍ.. Mackie, Esq., Chairman, R. Mc B. Brown,, and E. B * Lennard, Esquires and ¿he Rev. J. 3. iVit^ temoin. The grand Jury having been empannelled. the Chairman addressee! them to the following effect :. Gentlemen of ihe Jiny,-The business, of the present £>. saion*. involves important consideration*) tor trié well-being of society Of the caae's whfch vi'Ml bu submitted to'youjhe indictment against Mr. Burgess, a gentle* "an who has racked iu a respecta- ble sphere of hie, i.-» the most irnpettaut The es- tablished laws afford a remedy, and impose an obligation,, to seek reams-» thron»h thai channel : if we »ecline it, we tink into a state of barbarism, such ab-we witness in the aborigines of the country around us. Itisthereforeckaiiy aaolemn'dutyto impure diligently in*obUch cases a» evince a disre- gard of the law. [The Chairman here ?poihfcecTout j the law of the case at some length...

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IMPORTS PER "ADDINGHAM," FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 2 July 1836

IMPORTS PER «< ADDINGHAM," ?ROM LONDON. Fifty packages, Sir James Stirling; twelve bar "rels flour and thirty pork, ^Patrick Taylor; twelve ditto pork, three firkins butter, one box merchandize, as addressed ; nineteen packages, .Gi Leake; 108packages, L. ty W Samson; one barrjel, Sewell ; five ditto, T. H. Smith ; three packages, if. Bull ; three ditto, M. Barker : 140 ditto, Bland ty Trimmer ¡four ditto, Gladmân; fourteen ditto,. Habgood; five ditto, S. Henty; eleven ditto, L Leake ; one hundred Merino . sheep, Bland Sf Trimmer ; seven donkies. PROM THE CAPE OP GOOD HOPE. 177 packages fruits, and 67 ditto sundries, R. Clarence; 101 packages sundries, to order; 47 packages, Walters ; 44 sundries 95 ditío, Capí. Sedgtwiek; 124 ditto, G\ tyL.Leake; 50 slieep.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 2 July 1836

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL: On the 26th ultimo, the Addingham, Captain Sedgewick, from London.-Cabin passengers : Dr. Giustiniani, Mrs Giustiniani, Mr. Spofforth, Miss Kmist. Steerage, Mr. and Mrs. Rogers,   Mrs. Blakey, Mr. Shrudwick, Mr. Waldick, and George Winter.

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 2 July 1836

VARIETIES. Hit at Scotchmen in America.-Two farmers* -servants emigrated from Lanarkshire. They carne to Philadelphia, and both entered into the «service of one of those subbtantial formers within four or h ve miles of town, whose tables are daily loaded with necessaries as we'l a» luxuries, and where thn farmer and his white servant eat at the same table. The one was named* Sandy and the other Jock. One morning, after they had been about eighteeu months in their places as they were dressing. Jock says, " Ah 1 Sandy, 1 had an awful dream last night " ** And what did you dream, mon ?" says Sandy. "Aye, but it was an awful dream," pays Jock. "And wht.t did you dream?" sa\s> Sandy; did y«»u dream you .had broken your leg?" " F¿uv waur tnan that," says Jock. " Ai,d wiuii was't ye dreamed, mou ? your mither wa* dead?'* ''Waar than that yet." "And wlat was it ye dreamed, mon ?" says Sandy; "did yo dream ye was in a bad place?" "It was waur than that yet," says Jock.' "And what was it,m...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 2 July 1836

W FOR1 B ATAVIA, (To sail positively*on the \0ïh Instant.) - ;;' iïiï$:<rAl)pÎ$Ga^ '/ CAPTVSEDG>VÍCK.. fAS roomför Freight ox Passen gers,-Apply> ,to the Captain,, on boánl; or» to the Agents* .'..??' .' .: Lionel & W^íSaMSONv .;..' Perth, July 1. NÖTIGE^: ??'?. ,LL Persons having GOODS by tlie " ABDINGHcäM:" are re ^ueste'd to apply for them without delay, at Fremantle, to prevent warehouse rent. '...'.'- ......?' - . '-. ? ' .' . Jilly l. ' 'R^MUÄÄAM.SA^SON heve $& by gi vea notice, that he intends leaving the -Colony, for a time, by the jiddingham: It is therefore requested, that all .Parties indebted to'the,.Firm; of v ïiîOKEL & William Samson, will liquidate* íhá ssnre forthni h ; aiid that all Claims against thiem may be seat in -for '-settlement wit bout delay. v Perth,, J lily U-> '.' . \\ ? ; TO BE SOLD AT LIODGES's HOTEL,, PERTH, On WEDNESDAY, the 6th July, at ; 12 Vcloek, the following GOODS; (Samples of which* will be shown at ...

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MAGISTRATE'S COURT. Perth, Tuesday, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 2 July 1836

MAGISTRATE'S COURT. Perth, Tuesday, June 28.. Before W. K. Mackie, Hon. P. Brown, and Hon. G. F. Moore, Esquires, and the Rev. J. B. Wittenoom, Justices of the Peace. On the information and complaint of H. Bull, Esq., JP., of the Upper Swan, Mr. Samuel Bur-     gess, of Ellen's Brook, on the Swan River, stood charged with snapping a loaded pistol at the com plainant, with intent to shoot him. Samuel Jones, Esq., Lieut in H.M. Navy, re-     siding in the house of the complainant, deposed-   About six o'clock last Friday evening, while I was sitting at Mr. Bull's, he, along with Mr. S. Burgess and Mr. John Mackie, came in. Mr. Bull asked them, with his usual civility, to sit down, and wished to know the news from York. Mr. Burgess immediately commenced on the sub- ject of the natives, saying he had come over to make a complaint against some of them, and wanted the soldiers to be sent out. There was some conversation for ...

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AMERICAN PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 2 July 1836

AMERICAN -PRESIDENT'S'- MESSAGE. New York papetsof the 9th of December con- tain this important Message, winch has been ex- pected with su much curiosity in England, so much anxiety in France. On the question between the Governments of the United States and France, the language of the President is calm, firm, and strong ; but such as certainly leaves a very rca3on ' able hope of peace. The Speech, aftet giving an account of the pro sperity of the country, thus alludes to the dispute with France : " Since the last session of Congress the solidity of our claims upon France, as liquidated by the treaty of 1831, has been acknowledged by both 'branches of her "legislature, and tie money has j been appropriated for their discharge, but the pay-1 ment is, I regret to inform you, still withheld. "The French government haying received all ! the explanation which honor and principle permit- ! ted, and which could in reason be asked, it was hoped it would no longer hesitate to pay the in- stal...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JULY 2, 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 — 2 July 1836

WESTERN- AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1836 "Neither conscience nor taste will sufifef me to   fight one class or interest against another, for separate benefit, or to take the narrow ground of undeviating panegyric.". By the Addingham we have English news up to the 8th of February, »nd from the Cape of Good Hope up to the middle of May. Another vessel from London, (the " Truelove") destined for our port, was ,at the Cape when the " Addingham" left, and may be hourly expected. We have not observed, in7 jibe files of papers we have had an oppor- tunity of perusing, any political news of importance? The Parliament met in the beginning of Feb. The knowledge of the capabilities of this Colony appears to have been more i widely disseminated of late, and ihe con- séquences are favourable. We are mainly indebted to ?apt. Irwin for this position of atfairb ; his little work has done much gopdj and has removed many j prejudices entertained against us. He j . lias bee a m...

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(FROM A PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.) London, January 30, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 2 July 1836

(FROM A PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT,) London, * January 30, 1836. I i AST wrote you by the Giraffe, and by that opportunity I informed you of the establishment of the " London Association for the protection of the interests of the Colony " A deputation from this Association had «in interview with Lord Glenelg, and obtained his Lordship's sanction to mske the following- public, viz. :-" To contradict the report that any member»* of His Majesty's Government had asserted' in the House ol Commons that the Colony was & failure. Loià Glenelg added from himself that His Majesty's Government considered the Colony had succeeded, under all the urcfom stances, fully equal to the expectations m iginally formed of it, and that it was going on in a pro upCiOus manner." This was pubjished in the new» papers. The "Mirror of Paifcament" having " stated that Sir G. Grey had twedihe expiesBion al- luded to, led us to- bring the matter before Lord G., although Sir G. had denied to me six week» be io ...

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ABSTRACT OF THE PRODUCE OF THE REVENUE OF THE COLONY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA FOR THE QUARTER ENDING JUNE 30, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 July 1836

ATTRACT OF THE PRODUCE OF THE REVENUE OF THE COLOMY OF WESTERN 1 " r « .AUSTRALIA FOR THE QUARTER ENDING JONE 30.18J6. " . I :?"':'.-' v HßGüLAR RUVENUB. Amount Sterling. By Proceeds of Dutson Imported Spirits \- '.629 16 li ^^'PyVDUf^/ltéUil'PubJicàn^îJcèniiea'' - - - . - - - < «?» 64 3 4 By Ditto, Fees ofPublic OfficeB x '.-' ? -. - - - - - - 10 2 6 By Ditto, Reiit ¿f Ferries > - - ^ - - , - ;, * -- - 3 15 0 By Ditto, Judicial Fines anàFcrfeiturer - v * * '-' « S3 -%* ' 0 "-'-By Ditto* Warehouse Keht^ - -\ - - - - - 7 - \* '49 0 6 : B_yrepftym -_".-.. I- " ', 38 83 Ry Licenses to practise in the Civil Court . «' - ,» " * '_ - ' 6 13 4 "^???'::.; Totai Amouiílof ïleguïarjle^enue - « ¿ /';'?;"..V" ;.;;;.? '?'?'.?"','?/?.. CASUAL REVENUE. -> 33y Proceedalof Sale of Crown Land» . - \ » By Recovery: of Debtsdue t<> the Cvmvn - ?;l By-Sale»of öld'Stores and Government Building» - - * : Total Amount of Ceßuftl Bevenue '.. - - * « .- .- ' - SI4 j±* 31' ^'/''...

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Colonial Secretary's Office, Perths July 6, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 July 1836

Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, July 6, 1836.   HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to nominate Mr. Lionel Samson to the Office of Government Auctioneer during the temporary absence of Mr. William Samson from the Colony. By His Excellency's command, PETER BROWN,   Colonial Secretary

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 July 1836

; ."?'. Commissariat Qjßcej Pehfy] ' ':"[: ; ;;' :- -.'" Ji(lyb\ 183(5. ^;';'4i |ENI)ÉAè':ui Triplicate will be, received at this Office ort -Wed*-' .nesduy* th% 18th Instant, at 12 o'Çlock» from, such Person or Persons as may bo; wiliitig to supply, for the use of His Majesty's Troops, , ' V'>:-;n. (3) ^MeeCwtTEA,' - '. (9) Nine Owl. SUGAR. : i John Lewis, /' , /.'/- ' ,':':':.;f Deputyr AssistantCommissaryi General. ^OR BATAVIA, (To sail positively in a few days») tee ^adbiñgham;^ \ CAPT. SEDGWICK* [AS room jor. Freight or Passen-' gera.- Apply io, the Captain, ou board ; oî% to ihe_ Agents, : * Lionjbl & WM» Samson. Perth, July h -? ; LL,Persoá? having GOODS by 'Äe> ABDi:sGHAM.\ are re-5 quested to apply for ihem ráthourdeiay, atT- Fremantle, io prevent warehouse rent/ - * .-. ; " " 'July l. "."'_ ?- . ' ."*? '.,? . ".?..?/ -.? - ** '\ V ??'".?? -. -. "' "R WILLIAM DAMSON-h¿re^v by gives notice,- thni he intends leaving the Colony, for h time, % the, Addin-ghanû It ...

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STATEMENT OF DlSBURSEMENTS MADE BY THE COLONIAL TREASURER ON ACCOUNT OF THE COLONY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA, CHARGEABLE ON THE COLONIAL FUND, FOR THE QUARTER ENDING JUNE 30, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 July 1836

STATEMENT OF DlPBUKSftMENTS »CADE BY THE COLONIAL .TREASURER ON ACCOUNT OF fH E COLONY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA, CHARGEABLE í ON THE COLONIAL FVtfD, FOR THE QUARTER ENDING ' . - , . JUNE 80,' 1836. - . - ' l ' n salaries; , ? Amount Sterling. Treasurer X _ - - -_ # - - - * ? Li 7 6 iRegistrar of Deed* ' - * -" ",,*". "^ - 25 0 0 ?C^îlecîosr of Revenue - « - -_'"/__. . . 50 0 0 Harbor Muster * ->* « - - - J" ~- . '"_- -- , 41 -13. 4 ^hoflnu^ters-' s. - » - _ « ' - '/ - - 25 (r 0 Jftiîor^ - "- " - "- .,^" " " " 25.00 Cons^bio* - ~ ¡/<- . " j. - ' N ~x .~ - ^ r- ,* r ' *20 0 ;0 {Superintendent --.,-' ^ " *. 15 0 3 , Momiicd Pol ire j ÏÎ tad Constable , - - " / - « \ ..,,-.. " &' 7 9 jj - Constable» ~~^ . ' - , - -'» r *. - "15 4 0 J Ibtai Sa aries chargeable to Colonial Fund - - - £236 1£. 10' Í CONTISOENCr^?;. , .-,>''- -'_;*-? ICecp.of Brrsies ' - - , * ' - --.-".. , 52 19 0 Rations - -. - - . - , ' 7-\ - ,110 19 0 Mounted Police. ( Stabling ~ - . " - "* - -_ - -...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 July 1836

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL, On the. 4th inst, the erCaledoaia "[ Capt. Symers, from Launceston ; t«mc bed I at Port Philip and Kmg George's Sound, --Passengers ; MrV a'ud -Mrs, Trimmer, Mr, Estimate, and Mr, Grindall. Sailed, on the 6th inst., -the " Cale- donia" for Madras and Calcutta. ?Lying in the Harbour-The f<Ad ¿ingham?' . A mail*is open for England, via Batavia, per " Addingham." Death, at Kmg George's .Sound, accidentally drowned,--Caita in Howe, Master c1 the Ci Saljly -A nu."

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SAXON METHOD OF SOARING AND WASHING SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 July 1836

SAXON METHOD OF SOARING AND WASHING SHEEP, . When the sheep are to be washed, two long coles, supported by stakes driyen into the ground,' and to whjch ths poles are strongly tied with ropes, are placed quite actoss the river, about four-feet apart from each other, so as to admit of not .more than ohe sheep to pass at a time ;?. to the stakes which support the lower pole against the current of the river, are fixed ladders which reach the whole way across; the .ladders are supported on their lower aides by other stakes, to which they are firmly- tied) po as to roamin flat on the surface of the water, boards are placed on the ladders for wen to stand up^n- at Ihe sidí? of the liver where the sheep are*to be thrown hi, a, yard is made with »troug hurdles fifteen feet long, wide at the top, and gradually nan owing till it reaches the poles in tiie river, where H is not wider than the apace be- tween the poles, namely, four 'feet-at this end a wooden platform projecting two or ihiee feet...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 July 1836

VAN DIEMENS LAND. Notwithstanding the advantages derived from the immense outlay of [ capital in support of " prison discipline/' we presume, our neighbouring friends would now readily relinquish them, for the peace and quietude of a free settle- ment. _ They at length are offering tardy justice to our colony,and evidently yearn for the blessings we enjoy. . The extract which we have, given from the ' Hobart Town Courier,' with regard to the conduct, of the establishment for J the «aiivos at Flinders» I¿1 aid, under the ( i charge of Mr. dobinson, gives us every j encouragement to pursue the same con- ciliatory measures ; ' but the work of the missiouary, unaided by pecuniary - re- sources, will, we fear, effect -but little good. Several atrocities have been commit-   ted by the servants of the Port Philip " occupiers" upon the unhappy aborigi- nes. Mr. Wedge, in his communication of these outrages to the Governor of Van Diemen's Land, justly observes, that un- less som...

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INDIA AND WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 July 1836

INDIA AND WESTERN AUSTRALIA. We observed last week we were gratified to find, by intelligence from London up to a late date, that a favourable change had taken place in the public mind regarding the Colony ; and we have now the satisfaction of learning that a warm interest is felt for us in another quarter namely, India, from   whence, before long we may look for valuable aid in the advancement of this new and interesting Country. The following communication, addressed to a Gentleman in this Colony, from a friend ranking high in the civil service of India will explain the views entertained of forming establishments here.   These views are founded sensible and reasonable calculation; we see therefore, no impediment to   early adoption of the measures suggested. "Calcutta April 13,1836.     "The interest I feel in the welfare of the Aus- tralian Colonies, is one of which I have already a considerable state, induces me to...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1836 "Neither conscience nor taste will suffer me to fight one class or interest against another far separate benefit, or to take the narrow ground of undeviating panegyric." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 July 1836

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JULY 9, 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 Caledonia we have intelligence   from Hobart and Launceston to the 1st of April. General attention appears to   be directed to the rapidly advancing set- tlement at Port Philip. The peculiar circumstances under which establish-   ments have been formed in that quarter render that place a subject of great in- terest to our neighbouring colonies. The position of this settlement will be coll- ected from our extracts under the head of " Van Diemen's Land.'"   We have received a very interesting account of Mr. F. Armstrong's recent interview with the natives in the neigh- bourhood of York, but too late for our present number. The same letter also   furnishes us with further information re- &a...

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