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

ABOUT TO LEAVE TUB COLONY. 1H0MAS H. #MXTH hereby notifies, that he intends leaving . -the Colony per J* Addingh**ni/* and re- quests thru k11 claims ag&bist him may x be hent to Mr. Hi$kry Vincent, Fre- mantle, ior liquidation ; and all person» indebted to, him are requested to settle their aecouuts without delay^ --------------       NOTICE   ALL Persons indebted to Mr Hugh McDonald, King George's Sound, are requested to pay their Debts to the Undersigned, otherwise legal pro- ceedings will be instituted in the Civil Court tor recovery thereof.   Wm. Nairne Clark, Solicitor,     Perth, July 9.   NO TICK YOUNG COW has been astray fe some time in the neighbour- hood of James Dodd's;, Cleikum Inn, at Guildford, and toe wild todhnv any Îmerson to get near it ; St has, however* at ength been secured, and the Owner may have it, on giving a s&ti&tacèory de^crip*...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Western Australian Journal, The
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FROM THE "GOVERNMENT GAZETTE." Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, July 15, 836. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 July 1836

FROM THE «. GOVERNMENT GAZETTE? Colonial Secretary'» Office,-Perth, July 15, 836. - [TOTXCE is hereby given, that His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the undermen- tioned Magistrates of the Territory to carry into effect the .Provisions of the Act -áf Council 6 \Vm'. IV., No. 2, in- tituled "An Act for the Recovery of j "small Debts in a summary way. in Dis- tricts remote from Perth," in and lor the district of Plantagenet, viz. : Sir Richard Spencer, K.C.B.,C.H. Peter Belches, Esquire. Patrick Taylor, Esquire, By His Excellency's command, Pla rER BROWN, u " Colonial Secretary. ECLIPSE OF THE SUN, VISIBLE AT Swan River-.-An eclipse of the sun will be visible here on the 9th of Nov. next. SOUTH AF2UCAN LITERARY AtfD PHILO- SOPHICAL SOCIETY. Tlie"foi lowing is deserving the -notice of our seieniihc friends, 'and will, we hope, rluîm their attention, iiï order that we inay contribute to the general stock of iuformxiúoii req uired. We .are not aware whether any of ou...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JULY 16, 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 underviating panegyric." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 July 1836

~ ' THlî '""'i. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN o JOURNAL. i . : SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1836 -ooo "Neither consciente nor taste will suffer pie to ßght onecías* or interest a gai fist another, for separate benefit, or to take the narroiù ground of undeviaiing panegyric." y Itr lias been a subject of general surprise, that the members of hisÁlajes ty's Government should evince so imper- fect a knowledge of the capabilities of this Colony, and hitherto au apparent disregard of our position. The des .palcles seat home bv this opportunity (the Addingham) will, .ive have every reason to believe, furnish sufficient dala, upon which an accurate estimate may be formed of the rise and progress of the Colony, as well as it« local advantages* The Colony-we state it without theiëar of com:auction-was never in a more healthy state ¡han at the piesent tim«; and although we have hitherto refrained from recommending any encouragement being given to emigration, from reasons of policy, we can now conscientiously in v...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 July 1836

TO BE SOLD, ! BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ¡ BY MR. L. SAMSON, Government Auctioneer. * (By order of the Mortgagee,) On MONDAY, the 8th of Augustx at the United Service Hotel, Perth, *H$ Perth Building Allotment L 17, the Property of Mrs. -Kay.

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THE WOOL-TRADE. THE QUALITY AND IMPROVEMENTS IN THE WOOL OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 July 1836

THE WOOL-TRADE. *HE QUALITY, AND IMPROVEMENTS IN THE WOOL Or WESTERN AUSTRALIA. We have, several breed of sheep for growing fine - clothing wools, and also combing ; and with pro - per attention to the crossing thei» in breeding, (at present, I consider, not generally regarded,) would not only give the grower a quality not to be surpassed in any of the Sister Colonies, but at eorne future time be the means of his yearly income being greatly increased. There are many flocks - that may be materially improved by an exchange of rams, some wanting fineness combined with combing qualities, an4 others wanting the comb- ing properties combined with the fineness, thereby giving to Doth a fineness combined^with ".length,'' ^"strength," and "elasticity," being four essential .' poin s the manufacturers at home pay great atten- tion to, when purchasing; and-1 have no hesita- tion in saying, that in a few years, wherr the wool-grower has the article of wool only to look to for profit, by proper ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 July 1836

FOR BATAVIA» . {To .sail positively in a few day*») THE «ADDINGHAW: CAPT. SEDGWICK." AS room for Freight or Passen- gers.- Apply to the Captain, orí, board ; or; to the Agents, ' . Lionel & Wm, Samson. Pertkt July I. ^ NO TICE. LL Persons having GOODS by the " ADDINGHAM" are re- quested to apply for them without delay,' tit Fremantle, to prevent warehouse rent.v ' . July I. / .--_^>_"_, j.,,,.._?> - - -. ; ;- ' . no TICE. . - .R. WILLIAM SAMSON here by gives notice, that he intends eaving the Colony, for a time» by the Addingham. it is therefore requested, that all* Parties indebted to the Firm of Lionel & William Samson, will liquidate the same forthwith ; and that ail Claims against them may be sent in lev settlement without delay. . , Perth, July li * i . ABOUT TO LE APE THEiCOLONY. IfJOMAS'IL SMITH hereby notifies, that he intends leaving the Colony per " Addingham," and re- quests that all claims against him may be sent to Mr. Henry Vincent, Fre- mantle, f...

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SYDNEY & VAN DIEMENT'S LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 July 1836

SYDNEY $ FAN DIEMENTS LAND Among' the other new projects at Sydney, we observe, is what is called, 'an Australian Gas Lignt Company,' which, in our opinion, is far more feasible than One or two of the monopolising concerns ali ead y oh foot at that place. The con- joined efforts of a cojrnpany^ to accomplish a bene- ficial work that individuals could not undertake, are' always praise Wortlry1 and deserving of success* Such would be our Va» Diemcn's Land, college, if- it were once taken inland ; but that seems beyond the powers of government and public both. The Australian, of the 23d of February, says, that the English government hat come to the de" termination of sending out no more female prison- ers to Sydney or Hobart Town. The Editor does net state his authority for'this piece of news, which . he must pardon us for not believing to be correct. The Susan prison ship, which lately arrived at Sydney, bioftght out thirty blacks, transported Iron, .Bermuda and Barbadues, under the s...

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AMERICA. AWFUL CONFLAGRATION IN NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 July 1836

AMERICA Awful conflagration t*n new YORK. - New York, Saturday, December 19, 1836.-*. The history of the United States does not record a heavier calamity upon its citizens, than that of which we now publish the fullest particulars that have been collected. With the exception of. the great fire of Lomtan, in 1666, and the destruction of ancient cities by ruthless conquerors, wedoubt if any conflagration ever occurred which involved the loss of so immense an amount of property as 26,000,000 dollars, which is the^ latest estimate that has been made of the loss sustained by this * city on Wednesday night. On the preced- ing night of this unequalled calamity a fire broke #ut in Water-street, which eventually., destroyed | eight houses and* other property there to the amount of 50,000 dollars. Before these flames were distinguished others were seen to descend in Crystie-street, in the space between Delaney and Rivington streets, by which eleven houses were reduced to ashes, and many poor ...

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POETRY. THE PRINTERS LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 July 1836

POETRY. THE PRINTER'S LOVE ___________ We love to see the blooming rose, In all its beauty dress'd ; We love to hear our friends disclose. The emotions of their breast.   We love to see a ship arrive, Well laden to our shore We love to see our neighbours thrive- And love to bless the poor.             We love to see domestic life   With uninterrupted joys - We love to see a youthful wife Not pleased with trifling toys.   We love all these-yet far above All that we ever said,   We love-what every Printer loves ----- To have Subscriptions paid. EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, BV   CHARLES MACFAULL, At the Gazette Office, Perth. Terms of Subscription :-IOp* 6d. per Quarter, if paid in advance ; or, I2s.if paid at the end of the Quarter, ' Single number One shilling. Terms of Advertisements: For Eight lines 3s.6d   and 3d. per line a...

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WHALING AND FISHING AT SWAN RIVER. To the Corresponding Committee, Perth. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 July 1836

WHALING AND FISHING AT SWAN RIVER. To the Corresponding Committee, Perth. Gentlement, - For the information of the. Cor- responding Committee in London. I beg to lay a few observations before you on the capabilities of the Fisheries at Swan River. There are great varieties, of fish on this coast, but I shall confine myself to those that I think will make an article of export. - First, whaling ; second, hooking ; third trawling; fourth, seine fishing First Í will call your attention to the bay whal-     ing There is a piece of water directly outside the mouth of Swan River, and within Rottenest, Car-     nac, and Garden Islands consisting of not less   than I5u square miles, with from three to twelve   fathoms water; in this water Í have seeu every j eason (whitdi is in the months of July, August, h and Septc uibrr) from len to forty wha!es If I ! j have Bee*» so many, it is likely that pensons whose basine...

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FROM THE "GOVERNMENT GAZETTE." Commissariat Office, Perth, July 22, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 July 1836

FROM THE "GOVERNMENT GAZETTE." Commissariat Office, Perth, July 22, 1836. TENDERS in Triplicate will be received at this Office on Thurs-   day the 4th of August, at 12 o'clock,   from such Person or Persons as may be willing to supply Nine Cwt. SUGAR, for the use of His Majesty's Troops. Samples will be required, and the Sugar be subject to the approval of a Board of Survey. JOHN LEWIS, Deputy Assistant Commissary General.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 July 1836

TO BE SOLD, BY PUBLIC AUCTION, BY MR. L. SAMSON, Government Auctioneer» (By order of the Mortgagee,) On MONDAY, the 8th of August, at the United Service Hotel, Perth, f te *HE Perth Building Allotment 'Ä Xj 179 the Property o j Mrs. Kay.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 July 1836

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. «.-oo HE Members of the Agricultural So6iety will hold their Quarterly Meeting, at the Çleikum Inn, on Friday, the 5th of August T.N.Yule, Honorary Secretary.

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 July 1836

HOUSE OF COMMONS, At a few minutes before two o'clock, the Speaker, attended by the Serjeant at Arms, enter- ed the .house; and immediately aiterwaids, the Usher of the Black Rod summoned the House, by his Majesty'* command, to the House of Peer». On the Speaker's return, the House adjourned till four o'clock, at which hour the Speaker resumed - the chair, and Mr. O'Loughlin*, the AUorrcy Ge- neral for Ireland, Mr. Serjeant Wouife, and four other new members, took' the oaths and their seat». Mr. Baring, on the part of Lord John Russell,, .gave notice that on the 9lh of Feb. he should ask leave to bring in a bill for the Commutation oí Tithes in england and Wales. Mr. O'Loughlin gave notice, that on the 16th of Fe> roary he should move for leave to bring in a bill for the regulation of Municipal Coiporatiunsin England and Wales. Mr. Hume gave ncticer that on'the 8th instant, he should move for leave to biing in a bul to re- gulate the expenses attending the election o'f Mem- bers ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 July 1836

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Lying in Cockburn Sound.-TAe "Adding luam:* ' - '

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ENGLISH NEWS. OPENING OF THE SESSION. February 6, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 July 1836

ENGLISH NEWS. OPENING OF THE SESSION. February 6, 1836. Thursday being the day appointed for the oppniug of Parliament by his Majesty in person, ^notwithstanding the unfavorable st«ue of the wea- ther, the line oí road i brough which the royal procession passed was considerably crowded by in- dividuals oí all ages and ranks in society. Shortly after twelve o'clock, the principal approaches to the H0U803 of Lords and Commons were crowded by persons who had obtained tickets of admission. At one o'clock' a regiment of Horse Guards was stationed in Parliament-street for the purpose of preserving the line of procession. A great number of the police were also in attendance. His Majesty left the palace in state shortly be- fore two o'clock, and was received at the entrance of the House' of Lord* with the customary ob- servances. The body of the house as well as the gallery was crowded. His Majesty Laving taken his seat on the throne, the Usher of the Black Rod was commanded to summon the H...

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CIVIL COURT. Perth, Monday, July 18, 1836. Before W. H. Mackie, Esq., Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 July 1836

CIVIL COURT. Perth, Monday, July 18, 1836.       Before W. H. Mackie, Esq., Commissioner. Walters v. Sedgwick.—This was an action to recover the amount of 54 gallons wine lost by leakage, on the passage from the Cape of Good Hope to this port, in the ship Addingham, whereof the defendant was master ; also for sundry walnuts, almonds, and sausages, not delivered. Damages, £20. The latter articles were admitted by the defend-   ant ; but Mr. Clark, as his agent, contended that as it was expressed in the body of the bill of lading that he was not to be held liable for leakage, this action must fall to the ground. This objection was overruled by the Commissioner, who held that such a proviso did not extend to leakage occasiond by negligence or unskilfulness.   Mr. Graham then opened the case, and called his first witness. J. Armstrong—I recollect, in the capacity of boatman, receiving a pipe of wine on board the Addingham,...

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Commissariat Office, Perth, July 21, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 July 1836

Commissariat Office, Perth, July 21, 1836.     TO BE SOLD, on Friday, the 29th instant, at the Commissariat Stores, Perth, by William Samson,       Esq., Government Auctioneer, the fol- lowing Articles, viz. :- A quantity of damaged Flour, Ditto of Bran ; Three Rifles and one Carbine (broken), Bayonets, Truck Wheels, Pickaxes, Pieces of Iron Windlass,   Harpoons, Night-Caps, Drinking Cups, Knives, Forks, Spoons, &c.,-the pro- perty of Government. JOHN LEWIS, Deputy Assistant Commissary General.

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MISSIONS TO THE ABORIGINES. (From the Sydney Colonist.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 July 1836

MISSIONS TO THE ABORIGINES (From the Sydney Colonist.) We had brought down the history of missions to the Aborigines in our last number, to the issuing of the splendid grants of ten thousand acres of land each, to the London Missionary, and the Church Missionary Society, for the es- tablishment and support of missions to the Aborigines, to be undertaken under the auspices of their Societies, in the year 1835. The Rev. L. E. Threlkeld, one of the London Society's Missionaries in   the South Sea Islands, had arrived in the colony from Tahiti, along with Messrs. Tyerman and Bennet, a deputation from the Society at home, on the 19th August, 1834. Mr. T's wife, we believe, had died at the islands, and he had accom- panied the deputation to the colony with a view to return to England ; conceiving, however, that he was a fit person to un- dertake the management of the mission to the Aborigines, which they had deter- mined to establish, in expectation of the approval of the Soc...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JULY 23, 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 — 23 July 1836

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY,. JULY 23, 1836 —000— "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 panegyrie".   The following is an extract of a letter from one of the Directors of the Bank of Australasia to, a Correspondent in this Colony, dated London, December 17, 1835 :—   " The recent advices from your Colo- ny, which have appeared in the news- papers, give a very flattering account of your progress. That one thing needful to your certain and rapid improvement— capital—will gradually be supplied to you, and with it labour. Whenever the means of accumulating wealth are ready and producible, the aid will surely follow. There is a great disposition on the part of the Directors of the Australasia Bank to settle a Branch at Swan River, and, in fact, the only thing which has deterred them from doing so, is the ap- prehension that the ret...

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