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YORK. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 28 September 1875

YORK. {From our own Correspondent.') Yesterday, from 2 o'clock p. m. it was quite a gala day in York. " Everybody" turned out to pay homage to His Excellency -Governor Robinson who was announced, by official report, to arrive at 5 p.m. punctually. For the last few days preparations have been in progress, by way of building an arch, erecting flagstaff's, &c. To mar the proceedings a steady down, tall of rain followed close on two o'clock and continued until alter the Governor arrived. A great many horsemen and others in vehicles wended their way to the top of Cut Hill, a distance of nearly four miles ; to meet the Go- vernor where he arrived about a quarter to five, so that he was punctual to time. On the way from Cut Hill to the town a great many others fell io, making the Governor's entrée of a very imposing character. The Rechabites and Good Templars awaited at the roadside to salute His Excellency as he passed. On arrival at the " Castle Hotel," the Chair- man of the Muni...

Publication Title: Western Australian Times, The
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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 28 September 1875

NOTICE. In wir next issue we will publish a com- plete Summary of the News of the Month, for transmission by the European and Co- lonial Mails. All desirous of obtaining extra copies should notify the same as early as possible.

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VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 28 September 1875

VALEDICTORY. A traveller great at an inn once lay, What he had. for supper I can't well say, But certain it is, he rose in the night With a terrible penchant a letter to write. You know who I mean ; well, he looked for a pen, And eke ink he searched for, this sternest of men; But paper nor pen had the chambermaid left, And even of pencil he too was bereft. He stamped round the room, and he tore at his hair, For grand thoughts were burning his brain inside there, He wanted to write, and he stormed there amain, A mountain in labour, yet laboured in vain ! His old friend had worried him, libelled him sore ; The " Times" had cut at him, and voted him bore; Even James, too, the Host on whom he had reckoned, Had said he was only a Menser the Second. He felt he could write now, crush all opposition; His foes should sing small, and express their contrition ; His musical friend, too, who called him a ninny, Would peccavi ere night cry, he'd bet a guinea. He wanted to flay that same musical c...

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY, SEPTKMBER 28, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 28 September 1875

©lie üílcstern 3utstraUait öumcs. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY, SEPTKMBER 28, 1875. A remarkable case instituted by a layman against a clergyman for refusing to allow bim to partake of the sacrament has occurred of late at home, which affords opportunity for some curious comment. It seems that Jenkins the l;i y man had peculiar ideas of his own anent the personality of Satan, eternal punishment and other dogmas which did not tally exactly with those of his pastor, .who thereupon held him lo be unworthy ol admission to the office in question, as coming under the heading of an evil liver. Jenkin's crime appears to have consisted merely in an objection to certain scriptural expressions personifying the devil, and to certain metaphorical figures in reference to eternal punishment. Sir Robert Phili more in giving judgment in the case has dejided that the Rev. Mr. Cook was justified in his refusal on the grounds stated. The case has excited con- siderable attention, and has been severel...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES, [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 28 September 1875

To the Editor of the W. A. Times, Sir,-Your correspondent from Lockville, in your issue of 10th inst. amongst other matters mentions that the district clergymen residing at Busselton only 5 miles distant, and passing every alternate Sunday through Lockville, has never on any occasion during the past two years held service there. Correspondence from all quarters has for some time past regularly appeared in the local papers strongly protesting against the proposed Church of England Sus- tentation Fund, but nothing that his yet been said against the fund, nothing that has appeared from the pen of any correspondent equals this. If the clergymen in question was dependent on the voluntary system for his salary ; what a different tale there would be to tell. Yet we are asked to assist in perpetuating the evils of a system that will allow a community numbering 150 souls to be so neglected. In the same issue of your paper "Another Churchman" very pertinently asks if the Catholic, the Wesleya...

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COUNTRY NEWS. FREMANTLE. PORT TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 28 September 1875

COUNTRY NEWS. FREMANTLE. Port Topics. The Church of Englaud Sustentation Fand may or may not be favourably progressing here There appears to be an opinion prevalent amongst those who /ought to know something oí the state of affairs that it is far better for the success ol the question that everything so far as the church is concerned, should be enveloped in, or kept under a cloud. I am of opinion that the progress of the work, which affects every good churchman ought to be made evident to all who love their church. I have no doubt that a great deal ofthat pooh,-nooning of the scheme would cease if those who are entrusted with the carrying out of the project would only let others feel there is something to be done, and that the services of all the members of the church are required ; that the efforts of those ia the free sittings will be as acceptable as the services which can be afforded by the members occupying the highest places. The national feeling of which every Englishman is p...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES, [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 28 September 1875

To the Editor of the W. A. Times, Sir,-Many wise and witty persons have called in the aid of your familiar demons pro i and con a certain Fund (common to all churches under various names) by which the pastorates of needy districts are to be assisted by those more favoured. If such, a fund is unnecessary or unscriptural, it is the first time I have heard it ; nay, I could imagine having, read sacred in- junctions to 'bear one anothers burdens,' and have heard of one Paul ' carrying the hat round' for a primitive Sustentation Fund. This same Paul worked for his living, to avoid cavil- ling . yet to certain prejudiced parishioners he writes, " I robbed other churches, taking wages of them to do you service." Setting aside graver arguments, as out of place in a public print,-imagine a bishop or bishop's agent of " these degenerate days" ap- plying to a modern Primrose thus : " i would gloMy induce you tn accept such and such a charge ; but in plain truth I can promise you nothing. If th...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 28 September 1875

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS-FREMANTLE. Sept. 22nd.-s.s. Georgette, 211 tons, Shand, from Champion Bay. Cargo-58 trusses bay, 3(> bags barley, 15 hides, 1 cask pork, and sundries. Passengers in Cabin-Mr. and Mrs. Shenton, (2) children, (2) servants, H. Moll, B. Woodman, Mrs. White; Steerage, 4 pr s r ers. Sept. 24.-Fitzroy, barque, 573 tons, Edward Marsh, master, from London. DEPARTURE. Sept. 21.-Gem, 50 tons, Wilcocks, master, for Champion Bay. Cargo-3 bales leather, 500 palings, 22 half chests and 20 boxes tea, 20 cases kerosene, 93 bags sugar, 7 qr. casks, and 4 cases ? wine, 12 cases and 2 qr.-csks. brandy, 1 qr.-csk. gin, 1 qr.-cask rum, 622 pine boards, 6 pieces white gum, 10 cases champagne, 10 cases gin, 10 cases brandy, 10 cases lime juice. IMPORTS. Per Fitzroy, from London. Cargo-124 pkgs. Barker & Gull ; 1 do., Lord Bishop, Perth ; 2 do., Archdeacon Brown ; 13 do., D. K. Cong don ; 13 do., Dempster Bros. ; 6 do., J. H. Gre- gory ; 1 do., T. Hayward ; 143 do....

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REPORT OP S.S. GEORGETTE, FROM FREMANTLE TO CHAMPION BAY AND BACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 28 September 1875

REPORT OP S.S. GEORGETTE, FROM FREMANTLE TO CHAMPION BAY AND BACK. Left Fremantle on Saturday the 18th, at 8 30 p.m. arrived at Champion Bay, on Monday at 2 a.m. experienc?d strong westerly winds, attended with-rain squall all Saturday night, and with southerly winds, and rain on Sunday. Lett Champion Bay on Tuesday, the 21st, at 4-30 p.m., arrived at Fretnautle on Wednesday, the 22nd, at 6 p.m.; experienced fine weather throughout.

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 28 September 1875

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH, SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Vasse,-Saturday, Sept. 25th, Dania from Bunbury at noon. Albany,-Monday, Sept. 27th, Eunnymede, from Whaling Grounds. Note,-The Georgette will sail this day at 2 p.m. for Champion Bay.

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TEMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 28 September 1875

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the W. A. Times. Sir,-I notice in your issue of August 27th, a letter from your Correspondent at Champion Bay in which among a number of miscellaneous paragraphs he informs the public of how ad- mirably one Mr. John Harvey had feigned illness for the avowed purpose of trapping a sly grog seller. The thanks of the community are due to this ingenious young gentleman, for having rendered so disinterested a service in favor of the established law of the land. Your correspondent possibly on account of the pressure of the pressure of other important I subjects has not done full justice to the said Mr. Harvey Jun., who is entitled to the honor of being designated a Sunday school teacher, as well as being a partner in a business usually styled "a public house business" ! Such honors may be regarded superfluous by a correspondent who has pleasure in hinting at what is only truly awful. Evidently your correspondent thinks for himself and proceeds to write thus...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 28 September 1875

Barque '* FITZROY" from London. CONSIGNEES are requested to pass Entries at once, and to present Bills of Lading _,at the office of the undersigned, pay freights and obtain orders for delivery of their goods. No goods will be deliv- ered without such order. All cargo not cleared will be landed in bond at Con signées risk and exyense, and the ship will not be liable for any damage to such cargo after being landed. If Perth boats are not alongside when Perth cargo comes to hand the goods will be put into Fre- mantle boats at consignees risk and ex- pense. G. SHENTON, Port Agent, Captain Marsh, will not be responsible for any debts contracted by his crew with- out bis written consent. Fremantle, Sept. 25th, 1875. FOR LONDON. THE A 1 Clipper Barque " FITZROY," 573 tons, Capt. Marsh, will sail ---- f°r landon on or about the 1st day ol January next. Has splendid ac coin modation for passengers. For freight or passage Apply to, G. SHENTON, or J. H. MONGER. Fremantle, Sept. 25th, 1875. Not...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 28 September 1875

Protected by Royal Letter» Patent, Dated October 11th, 1869. (OZONIC OXYGEN) f he New Curative Agent, and only Re- liable Remedy for Nervous and laver Complaints. This Phosphatic combination is pro- nounced by the most eminent members of tne Medical Profession to be unequ- alled for its power in replenishing the vitality of the body, by its supplying all the essential constituents of the blood and nerve substance, and for developing all the powers and functions of the system to the highest degree. J* *s agreeable to the palate, and inno- cent in. its action, while retaining all its extraordinary properties ; and as a speci- fic, surpassing all the known therapeutic agents of the present day for the speedy and permanent cure of Nervous Prostration Lassitude Liver Complaint« Shortness of Breath Palpitation of the Heart Trembling of the hands and limbs Dizziness Impaired Nutrition >oises in the Head and Mental and Physical Depres Ears sion Loss of Energy and Appetite Consumption (in...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 28 September 1875

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Held Over.-We must apologise for holding over Correspondence, Country News &c, till our next issue, owing to a press of advertise- ments. Notice to Correspondents.-We think it advisable not to publish "Credenda's" letter. There are some cases where individuals outrage all the ordinary forms of justice and honour, and then we believe in hitting hard. But as our journal is designed to represent every class and creed, anything like religious controversy would be out of place, in our columns. It is perfectly possible to advocate the wants and claims of any one religion, without stepping out of the way to have a hit at another. Such a course can only be carried on in a special sectarian organ, which we are not. Correction.-In our last issue we inadver- tently stated that the late concert took place in St. George's Cathedral instead of St. George's Sunday Schoolroom. Vice-regal Tour:-On Wednesday after- noon last, His Excellency the Governor, and Mrs, Robinson, ...

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METROPOLITAN RIFLE VOLUNTEERS. 14th ANNIVERSARY OF PRIZE FIRING, PERTH, W. A., 24TH SEPTEMBER, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 28 September 1875

METROPOLITAN RIFLE VOLUNTEERS. 14th Anniversary of Prize Firing, Perth, W. A., 24th September, 1875. The annual competition for prizes among the M. R. Volunteers, took place at the butts on Mount Eliza on last Friday, which day through the courtesy of the leading business men of the town was observed as a holiday. The weather, on the occasion proved inauspicious, both . for those on pleasure bent, as well as for the marks- men. In consequence the attendance was not so numerous as usual. On the ground Mr. John Chipper had a booth, and dispensed refresh- ment to those desirous of making amends for the unpleasant weather, and the volunteer band under the leadership of Mr. Bryan, discoursed some eidivening music. Mr. Louis Peter sup- plied a substantial luncheon to the corps on the ground. The shooting, on the whole was very gooil, taking into consideration the state of the weather, as the puffy wind blowing was any but favorable to the sharp shooters. We append the scores from which it...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 28 September 1875

THE . W. A.'. TIMBS ' IS PUBLISHED IN PERTH, ON TUESDA YSand FRIDAYS, IN TIME FOE THE OUTGOING MAIL. IPieiOIE] 3cl. Annual subscription in advance ¿61 0 0 ADVERTISEMENTS. First 8 lines, 3s. 6d., and every addi- tional line 3d. Special arrangements made for standing advertisements. All ADVERTISEMENTS are inserted in both weekly issues, and therefore appear twice the number of times required, without any additional charge. AGENTS. Mr. Isaac Walker, Geraldton. Mr. W7 Waldeck, Greenough. Mr. G. Inkpen, York. Mr. C. S. Monger, Newcastle. Mr. John Smith, Dongarra. Mr. G. R. Teede, Bunbury and South- ern Districts. 8. S. "GEORGETTE" SAILS from Champion Bay every 4th SATURDAY, under contract with the Government, to convey English and Co- lonial mails to and from Albany. Pas- sengers will pieuse note the postal time- tables, for the departure of the boat from the different ports. CONNOR & McKAY. August 8,1874. Fir»l Wool Ship lor Loaidoit. rpHE Al clipper barque 1 DAYLIGHT, >&...

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COUNTRY NEWS. NORTHAM. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 October 1875

COUNTRY NEWS. NORTHAM. (Vrnm. a. CinrvpsmntiH/mf \ The crops up here are looking remakably well at present, though in one or two instances that much dreaded foe of the agriculturist, the red rust, has made its appeaiance. The late rains have caused a considerable rise in the river and part of the salt river bridge was slightly damaged but not to any extent. Our worthy fellow townsman Mr. Chidlow having purchased the steam-mill late the property of the steam-mill company is having it put in thorough repair and intends next season to grind at a greatly reduced price which will prove a great boon to our farmers a want which has been greatly felt in this district formerly, namely of land sales here is now obviated as the lands are now sold at the court-house at Northam. We hear on good authority that the Resident Magistrate intends shortly to settle amongst us altogether on his retiring from the public service. V The advantage of having a magistrate so near the town would be a great boo...

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FOREIGN DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 October 1875

WïRKîiïW nUPAIOTTTRKR j? v^ivmivjrM usât: aui u ivjuo. Sept. 20th.-Yarra, 461 ton», Orfeur, for Singapore. . Aeeivals. Sept. 24th.-Fitzroy, 573 tons, E. Marsh from London.

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[?]MANTLE—PORT TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 October 1875

FREMANTLE-PORT TOPICS           Three vessels have been launched during the month two of which after being rigged took their departure for the pearling grounds, 'namely, the "Jessie" owned by Messrs. J. and W. Bateman, and the " Hope" by Mr. W. D. Moore and Mr. J. M. Finnerty. There are five more vessels on the stocks rapidly pro- gressing. The Bazaar held at the School-room of the Sisters of St. Joseph in behalf of the building fund of St- Patrick's Church resulted very satisfactory. Ladies in charge of the stalls were Mrs. Samson, Miss Samson, Miss Smith, Mrs. F. W. Scott, Miss Reilly, Misses Lefroy, Mrs Herbert senr., Mrs. Hagan, and Mrs. Moloney. A very handsome pear shaped pendant has been manufactured by Mr. F. Mason, Jeweller, containing a pearl weighing 100 grains ; it has been sold to Mr. John A. Liebler for one hundred guineas, and forwarded by him to France for exhibition and sale. Isabella Fleming charged w...

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CORRESPONDENCE. "VERACITAS" REVIEWED. TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 October 1875

CORRESPONDENCE. " VERACITAS" REVIEWED. To the Editor of the W. A. Times. Sir,-In your issue of the 21st instant, a person signing himself " Veracitas" states that your "Man about town" misinformed you in the subject of "Woolams." The facts of the case are that Woolams is occasionally a Steve- dore, cannot always obtain employment as such on account of the scarcity of our shipping, and having a wife and family to support he cannot remain idle, until he could get a ship to stowe. It is therefore imperative on him to work at anything he can get and he has been sawyer, sailor, carpenter, &c, ; as well as stevedore. Of course he takes the job will pay him best, but would do anything rather than be idle. The engagement was not a "snide affair," which his work at the saw pit can prove, and " veracitas" could not have been in the court house when " hold your jaw" was spoken, in a rather loud voice by the lynx eyed sergeant ; or if he was in the court house, he certainly forfeits all...

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