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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 8 February 1867

C. REICHBERG, WORKING DENTIST AND JEWELLER, Hay-Street, IPerth. (Opposite St. George's Cathedral.) . ARTIFICIAL MURAL TEETH Single and in whole sets, made and fitted with gold or platina plates, or with vul- canite, and guaranteed to wear well and masticate with quite comfortably. ALS O, ARTIFICIAL GUMS With Teeth, in cases when the gums have been lost. ALS O - JEWELLEBY of every description set with precious stones in the best style of workmanship. Fremantle, 9th March, 1866. C. Beichberg has done several jobs in fine gold Jewelry for us, and given us every satisfaction. We consider him an excellent workman. a 3 S H. ASHTON. A. FRANCISCO. o * IO A MATÍNTWO. TJ SAMSON. LU UlBIlb dillUBlcM OUrtj-lC VU bUCU JJcHjUJUdgO. H. GßAY & CO, AUCTIONEERS AUB GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,, CAMBRIAN HOUSE, AND Manchester House, GREENOUGH FLATS. fl.TiTTO»nn Tuicr "TInirr 'TQfi9

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 8 February 1867

S&Wtttfl Intelltgtnre. ARRIVA L8. S Feh.' 1-Sí Magnus, 289 tons, Walsh master, from Adelaide. Passengers-Mr, Wilson and son. " r ' 1 2.-Vittoria/12 tons. Harford, master, from Lancelin Island. Cargo 4 tons guano. rT - 4.-Lass of Geraldton, 38 tona H.O'Grady, marier.^ from Champion Bay. Passengers Rev. T. C. Laurence, Mrs. Trigg, Mrs. Cooper and 2 children, Miss Brand, Mr. and Mrs. Parker, and Mrs. McKay. I Cargo-66 sack» flour, 106' ditto pollard and bran, 174 ditto wheat, 2 pieces engine crank. 6.-Favorite, 46 tons, Lakey, master, from Champion Bay. - Passengers-Messrs. Dur- lacher,' Crowther, Walker; R. Hicks, and Capt. Harvey. Cargo-254 sacks wheat, 192 do. flour, 70 do. bran, 8 hides and 1 cask fat. 7. - Hannah Nicholson, 251 tons, Captain Borgwart, from Melbourne and bound for Mauritius. Passengers in cabin-Mr. and Mrs. Brockman, Sen., Mr. Brockman, Jun;, Mr. and Mrs. Black, Messrs. Tomlins, Hale, and O' -hea ; steerage-Miss Edmond, Mr. and Mrs. J. Shea, Miss &l...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 8 February 1867

HOLLOWAT'S PILLS.-Successful Results. After ; persons have been suffering for years under the direst diseases these wonderful reme- dies have,often come to their rescue. Cures of ulcers, ; sores, inflammations, abscesses, and scrofulous disfigurements, derived from the use' of Holloway's noble curatives may be cited by thousands, and many volunteered testimonials of their efficacy abound in the home, colonial, and foreign newspapers. A little faith only is wanted to give these medicaments a trial, which will suffice, to prove their salutary powers ana lead to their figure adoption. Holloways Pills overcome disease and restore, strength by purifying and improving the quality: of the blood; - Holloways Ointment heals ulcers and fills up abscesses, by forming firm and healthy granulations. BROUGHT in from the run of the un- dersigned, one bay poney, black pjoints, branded 2H near side under skddle. ÍAÍSO, one light bay poney, Dranded 111'oh near shoulder, near hind foot white. Also, on...

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PRESERVING MEAT. [From the Australasian and S. A. Register.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 8 February 1867

PRESERVING MEAT. [From the Australasian and S. A. Register.'] There are no two regions of equal magnitude more like and more unlike each other than the vast districts which are respectfully watered by the tributaries of the Australian Murray and the South American La Plata. In parts the similarity is so great that the traveller ac- quainted with both might be in doubt in which quarter of the world he might for the nonce happen to be actually placed. Substituting wild oxen and wilder horses for sheep, black visaged Spanish guachos for stock-drivers and shepherds, the lasso for the stockwhip, and savage Indian horsemen for our own aborigines, we should arrive at almost a facsimile. The Buenos Ayrean is a regular centaur. From, an infant he is in the saddle not only as much as our bushman, but so much so that Sir Fran- cis Head says that once placed upon his feet he is almost unable to walk. The land belongs to the squatters, as with us, but the stock, having accumulated now for nearly...

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THE PHYSICAL STRUCTURE OF OUR CONTINENT. No. III [From the Australasian.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 8 February 1867

THE PHYSICAL STRUCTURE OF OUR CONTINENT. BY THE REV. J. K. TENISON WOODS, F.G.S., F.L.S., &o. No. HL -+ [Prona the Australasian."] Thus far we have seen the history of the two great theories about the interior of Australia-the inland lake and the desert of theory. It is not ray present purpose to describe the various explora- tions by which they were modified, but I must briefly allude to the results. Geographers- were soon made aware that Lake Torrens is only one of an immense series of salt lakes, some of which extend much further than even the extreme imaginaiy limits of the horseshoe. One basin, Lake Eyre, exceeds in length and. breadth two-thirds of the old curved line and another, Lake Gairdner, takes np nearly as much country to the south-west. Again, the interior discloses to tis fine ranges and creeks while, most important of all, a series of thermal springs have been found amid the salt lakes. These form an unfailing supply to a large portion of the interior, both ...

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ROEBUCK BAY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 8 February 1867

BOEBUCK BAY ASSOCIATION. THE Third General Ordinary Meeting of this Association was held on Monday last, at the Freemasons' Hotel. The following Eeport was read : GENTLEMEN, 1.-It cannot fail to be in your recollection that at the extraordinary general meeting of the shareholders of this Association, held in this room on the 25th July last, the following resolutions were adopted - That the Share-list be now open for the dis- posal ot 3(JU shares at par. That tenders be invited in the colony for 2,00i) ewes, to be delivered at per head at Boe- buck Bay. Taat tailing any reasonable offer being made in this colony, the Directors be authorised to advertise in Melbourne and Adelaide for sheep on the same terms. 2nd.-The replies received by your Directors to the first resolution did not in any way justify them in attempting to carry into operation the second resolution ; and a second extraordinary meeting of the shareholders was held on the 25th August, when the following propositions wer...

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THE SCAB ORDINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 8 February 1867

THE SCAB OEDINANCE. OUR readers have doubtless heard and read enough about this rexed subject ; we had hoped we had done with it, and that our pastoral friends had nothing left for it but to wash and be clean, but it seems we recokoned without our host, it is not to be done in a hurry. It appears that the originators and friends of the measure met with greater success than they anti- cipated, or at least they obtained their victory earlier than they had expected, and now are not fully prepared to stand by the consequences. We have not much acquaintance with woolly animals, but we are told the ladies of the family are too far advanced in a delicate situation to allow of their being played tricks with, and their owners naturally desire to put off the evil day. The following has been handed to us as the copy of a letter which is intended to be sent to the Go- vernment upon the subject : "We, the undersigned Flockowners, are de- sirous of bringing under the consideration of His Excellen...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 8 February 1867

For Madras. THE fine fast-sailing Ship THE BRIDE, A 1, 8 years, from 1866, will _ leave for the above port with ail 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 Mauritius Direct. THE fast sailing brig SEA NYMPH, S. E. SHAW, commander, _having all her dead weight .engaged, will sail for the above port in a few days, and should sufficient induce- ment offer, will return direct to this port. For light freight or passage apply to Mr. William Henry Fisher, or FEANCISCO BEOS., Fremantle. Fremantle, 29th January, 1867. This Day. Sale of Household Furni- ture, &c , at Fremantle. IE. SAIS0ÏÏ, (GOVERNMENT AXrCTIONEEB,) ~S.&s been favored with instructions from H. J. B. DUVAL, ESQ., (about leaving the colony,) to Sell by Auction at his residence, Fremantle, On FRIDAY, the 8th Februa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 8 February 1867

COMMISSARIAT. Tenders for Flour. SEALED TENDEES. (in duplicate) :: will be received at the Commissariat Office, Perth, until noon on MONDAY, 18th February next, 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 fórd^fronl time to time, in such quanti- ties! as «nay 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, üfine... " .. " 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. Tenders may be offered for each of the three Stations or for the whole, but in the -latter ease the Deputy Commissary Gene- ral may have the option of accepting only n portion of the tender, if it should ap- pear expedient. Tenderers are requested to state the price ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 8 February 1867

MARRIAGE.   HAMERSLEY—DEMPSTER.—On Feb. 4, at St. Matthew's Church, Guildford, by the Rev. H. B. Grimaldi—EDWARD, eldest son of EDWARD HAMERSLEY, ESQ., of Pyrton, J. P., and B.A. of Trinity College, Cambridge, to JANE, second daughter of JAMES McLEAN DEMPSTER, ESQ., of Buckland, Northam.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 February 1867

C. REICHBERG, WORKING DENTIST AMO JEWELLER, Hay-Street, Perth.. (Opposite St. George's Cathedral.) Single and in whole sets, made and fitted with gold or platina plates, or with vul- canite, and guaranteed to wear well and masticate with quite comfortably. ALS O, ARTIFICIAL GUMS With Teeth, in cases when the gums have been lost. ALSO, JEWELLEEY of every description set with precious stones in the best style of workmanship.

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 February 1867

QUEENSLAND. The Government have agreed to offer a re- ward of £3,000 for the discovery of a payable gold-field. The to&al yield of cotton in Queensland for the year 1866 is estimated at 30-0 bales, against COO bales in the previous year Bonerle, the discoverer of Mount Wyatt Cop- per Mine, has brought to Bowen some very fine specimens of pure gold. A Committee has guaranteed him £L;¿;0 if 2,000 ounces of gold are passed through the Customs in 12 months. Good specimens of silver, copper, and lead ores have been received, and a rush to the new dig- gings has taken place.

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NEWCASTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 February 1867

NEWCASTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) The unusually lung continuance of hot weather this seasou is beginning to make itself felt as a source of much inconvenience in the Eastern Districts, iu the great scarcity of fresh- water it has already occasioned. In Newcastle, particularly, the vtfrj* limited supply ol that necessary, is rapidly becoming less, aftd is very insufficient for the wants of its inhabitants indeed the absence of a permanent supply can- not but be regarded as a serious drawback to the advancement of our little town, and is becoming a matter of well-gro>inded complaint, and the subject is therefore worthy of earnest consideration, whether some means cannot be adopted by which to remedy the evil, and sup- ply the deficiency. Several projects have, 1 believe, been proposed and considered, but all of them found more or less unsatisfactory ; a measure is now in contemplation, which finds most favor, and which has been, or is about to be, submitted to His Excellency...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide, January 28, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 February 1867

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide, January 28, 1867. The han est is now gathered in, and the yield is very abundant. Merchants are shipping wheat to England in considerable quantities. Several vessels have been chartered for this purpose, and some of them will have immediate dispatch. We have had some extremely h«t days during the month. The thermometer rose on the (2th to 113 ° in the shade, and loo ° in the sun. Some very serious bush fires have taken place, which huve destroyed a large amount of pro-' perty. Parliament was prorogued on the 11th by the Governor. The principal Bills to which his assent was given were for a loop-line from the Dry Creek to Port Adelaide, for a railway from Roseworthy to Forresters, and a tramway from Hoyle's Plains to Port Wakefield, and for rais- ing a loan for the improvement of Port Adelaide. The Bill for increasing the Governor's salary to <£5,0ü'.) a year has been reserved for her Majesty's pleasure. The Hon. J. Baker has intimated his inten-...

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THE HORTICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 February 1867

THE HOßTICULTTJÄAL SHOW. IT is with great regret we find ourselves unable to speak of the Show on Wed- nesday last as a success ; meagre in the quantity of articles exhibited, there was a corresponding falling off in the number of visitors. Looking at the fruit show a stranger would naturally conclude that its growth is limited, and that only a few favored individuals produce it of a quality fit for exhibition ; who would suppose that in and around Perth there are some 600 acres cultivated as gardens for the growth of fruit and vegetables, when we find that not more than two or three persons will trouble themselves to com- pete for the really fair prizes offered for grapes and other fruit. We feel that the comparative failure of the show is a disgrace to the colony-another evidence of the apathy which uuiversally prevails prevails with regard to any means of- fered of publicly exhibiting proofs of what our soil and climate can do, and of the difficulty which has always existed in mo...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT. DECEMBER 24, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 February 1867

LONDON WOOL REPORT DECEMBER 24, 1866. The last series of sales for the year closed on December 10; the quantity catalogued coin prised;-Sydney, 9396 bales; Port Phillip, 12, 829 bales; Yan Diemen's Land, 1854 bales; Adelaide, 2507 bales; Swan River, 10 bales; New Zealand, 6727 bales; Cape, 43.949 bales; total 77,272. The above number of bales were in excess of arrivals 15,000 bales, an evidence of the large quantity of held over and second hand wools, the submitting of which caused prices to have a drooping tendency, and the best quotations of the early sales were not maintained. It seemed the wish of the dealers to be quit of old stock before the new arrived, hence many parcels were sent from the North for realisa- tion. Manufacturera throughout bid freely and bought heavily. Prices on the average may be quoted at about August rates, except Cape, whbh from the large quantity experienced a reduction of about ljd. Prices of stapled wools from all parts did not equal expectations, the...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 February 1867

CorrcspttbciiJte. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette Sç W. A. Times. SIR,-The following is a list of the probable "Winners at the forthcoming W. A. Races : MAIDEN PLATE. Mr. K. Brown's Bredalbane Mr. R. Wilson's Minnie Grey.., TOWN PLATE. Dr. Attfield's Bushman Mr. G. Phillips' Berkshire PUBLICAN'S PUBSE. Mr. F. Roe's -annie Laurie V Mr. Q. Phillips' Charity . VOLUNTEER PLATE. Mr. K. Brown's Glengarry Mr. J. Lockyers Guardsman.. LADIES' PUBSE. Dr. Attfield's Bushman ... .. Mr. Phillips' Misery. SETTLERS* STAKES. Mr. F. Roe's Merry Legs... Mr. T. Wilding's Lady Grey .. QUEEN'S PLATE. Mr. J. Ougden's Hit or Miss .., Mr. Q. Phillips* Berkshire > Mr. F. Roe's Annie Laurie ) I am, Sir, Tour obedient servant, SCRUTATOR. Perth. 14th Feb., 1867.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 February 1867

NEW SOU T H WALES The revenue of the colony for the year 1866 amounted to £2.<'38,079 3s. 7d.-au increase of £263,904 14s. Id. on 1S65. The expenditure during the year was £2,1« 0,920 9s. 4d. The Customs receipts for the year amounted to £766,000 being the largest ever collected In the colony. Major Brooks, of the Royal Engineers, has arrived from Auckland on a tour of inspection of colonial fortifications. After leaving here Le goes to Melbourne. Clarke the bushranger's gang have foully murdered a party of four secret police in the bush, near Jinden. The murdered men wera under the command of Mr. Carroll, an active ollicer. They were dispatched ou secret service to thebushrangurs, cu'inlry. On receiving in- formation Unit the bushrangers were in a certain locality they s tur ted for the place named, whevvs they were all subs J ¿uanüy fouu I dead. It id supposed they were led into ambush by friends <>i the murdercis. A reward of £5, Oj is ottered by the Gove...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 February 1867

To the editor of the Perth Gazette % W. A. Times. SIR,-The true cause of the school formerly held at Newcastle not being a success, was not owing to the incompetency of the master, as your correspondent .* A Parent" wishes to im- ply, but altogether caused by the situation not being a central one ; and if the school was re- moved from its present position a like result must follow, as more than half the children who now attend would be unable to do so owing to the distance ; and as there has been an In- fant School lately established at Newcastle un- der the ab'e management of Mrs. Farmer, I consider our educational wants aro well sup- plied.' The building used for .a Government School is given gratis by the owner, therefore there is nothing to pay but the master's salary. A TOODYAY VALLEY MAN. February 13,1867. At the annual meeting of the Royal Agricul- tural Society held on Dec 12, the labor question took the lead of all other topics. The chairra an, Mr. H. Thompson, agreed with ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 February 1867

VICTORIA. Parliament was opened on the 17th by the Governor, in the presence of a large number of ?pee tat ora. His Excellency congratulated the country on the abundance of the harvest, the general prosperity of tho country, and the success of Mr. Verdon'B mission to England. Various measures were promised. In the reply to the address a section in the Assembly wished to introduce the question of λay ment of members. After a loug and fruit ess debate the address was carried. A Conference between representatives of Victoria and New South Wales has been held on tiie Border Duties question, which has resulted in Victoria agreeing to pay New South Wales £60,0 Oper anuum in quarterly instalments, and all goods will be allowed to cross the Border Duty free. The new arrange- ment will come into operation in February. It is understood that Ministers will place £29,000 oa the Supplementary Estimates for Sir Charles Dai-ling, the English Government it is said not interposing any obstacles to ...

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