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Western Australian Races. Under the Patronage of His Excellency the Governor. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 February 1867

SBctftcrtt fturftailtait Hare*. Under the Patronage of Bis Excellency the Governor. SMWMDS-S. S. Bürget, Etq , A. O'G. Lefroy, Esq., J. B. Bot, Esq., G. C. AUfitld, Etq.,and T.LUtle,j*n.,Esq. FIRST DAY. The MAIDEN PLATE of £50 ; sweepstakes of £3 each ; weights for age ; mile and a dist.; beats. Mr. T. Wilding's Lady Grey . Mr. B. Wilson's g.m. Minnie Gref, 5 yrs., 8 st. 1011*. Messrs. K. Je A. Brown's g.g. Brtdaíbant, S yrs., 8 st. IO lbs. ; Woolhouse, er. jkt. and wh. cap Mr. Ongden's ch.g. Hit or Mite, aged, 8 st. 13 lba.f Osborne, bl. and wh. Mr. J. B. Locke's b.g. Dandy, 6 yrs., 8 st. 10 lbs. j Brown . Mr. W. B. Mitchell's br.g. Captain Jach, aged, 8 at. 13 lbs. M& F. Guerin's br.g. Fly by Ifight, aged, 8 st. 13 lbs. ^The TOWN PLATS of £40 ; a sweepstakea of £3 each ; distance two miles. Queen's Plate weights. Mr. J. Lockyer'« g.h. Erin, aged, 10 st. 116. ; Omrer, I red wh. and bl. j Me-srs. K. &, A. Browu's ch.h. Glengarry, aged, 10 st. ' 4 lbs. ; Osborne, cr. ...

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

For Madras. THE fine fast-sailing Ship THE BRIDE, A 1, 8 years, from 1866, will _leave for the above port with all 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. I C. A. MANNING, Fremantle, J Û» G. SHENTON ^B-riTciC - *. Fremantle, 8th Jan., 1867. ~ FOB ADELAIDE DIRECT. THE fine fast-sailing barque ST. MAGNUS, ^450 tons burthen, JOSEPH SWALSH, Commander, having just arrived from Adelaide, will return to that Port with the greatest possible despatch, as she has the chief portion of her cargo already engaged. For freight or passage apply to J. & W. BATEMAN, Agents. Sale of Stock. Sheep, Horses, Cattle, Hay, Corn, &c. IE. T. BAILEY HAS been favored with instructions from W. W. HOOPS, ESQ., to Sell by Pub- lic Auction, at his residence, Wood- lands, near York, On THURSDAY, 28th of February, 1867, AT 12 O'CLOCK : THE whole ofhis Stock, Produce, Farm- ing I...

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Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. "Be just and fear not; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."—Shakspeare. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 February 1867

pertfe $a¿elte # IS. g. Urn*. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Sltahspeare. FRIDr^FEBRUARY IF,1M7. THE European December and Colonial January Mails arrived in Perth on Sun- day morning las , shortly after eight o'clock, and the passenger vans on Wednesday. The general intelligence from Europe is very uninteresting. Comments upon the departure of the French troops from Rome, and upon the warlike preparations making by all the powers, to be in readi- ness for any possible contingencies which may arise, are the principal theme upon which the newspapers dilate. It daily becomes more evident that mischief is brewing upon the continent in more quarters than one. Russia is upon any- thing but good terms with Austria, and it is not unlikely the question of the " sick man " will ngain soon make a pro- minent appearance. Prussia elate with her recent acquisitions of territory and strength, sighs for a few more annexations to m...

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

HOLLOWAY'8 PILLS.-These excellently puri- fying and restorative Pills have been honored by the patronage of all classes for more than a quarter of a century. In this uncertain climate a few of Holloways Pills taken occasionally at bed time, will prevent or dispel many torment- ing attacts of horseness, sore throat, diptheria, quinsey, and other throat affections generally very rife in winter. This medicine has been favored with a preference beyond ali other medicines in asthraatical and dropsical diseases, when its anti-spasmodic diuretic, and tonic virtues cannot be too highly appreciated. As a digestive Pill, one of Holloway's, taken before dinner, will insure much comfort to the dyspep- tic, gradually restore the stomach's digestive powers, and grant relief to such misery. ? BISHOP'S GBAOTJLAB Effervescent Citrate of Magnesia, INTRODUCED AND PREPARED BY ALFRED BISHOP, ManufacturingChemist 17 & l8, SPECK'S FIELDS, MILE END NEW TOWN, LONDON. This perfectly white and delicat...

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

AMERICA. The mail packet Africa, which arrived at Queenstown from New York on Dec. 16, brought President Johnston's Message to Congress. The President expresses regret that no consi- derable advance has been made towards the ad- justment of the differences between Great Bri- tain and the United States, and attributes this in part to the change of Ministry in England. He refers at great length to the Fenian inva- sion of Canada, and recounts the steps taken by the United States government in reference to it, and to the American under arrest in Canada fur taking patt in it. Under ordinary circum- stances, such an invasion would be ureatly to he condemned as a breach of the neutrality laws, but the fact that habeas corpus is suspended in Ireland, and complaints as to its bad government constant, must, he thinks modifíy the opinion that would otherwise had been expressed. As to Mexico, the French have promised to get out of that country hy next spring, and with their evacuation of Mexic...

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

TERRIBLE COLLIERY EXPLOSIONS. The past month has been one of the most fatal that has been known in the mining dis- tricts of England. On Dec. 10 there was an ex- plosion from fire-damp, at Bolton, causing serious injury to 5 ' or 60 persons. On the afternoon of the 12th occurred the first of three fatal explosions at Barnsley ; and on the 13th, a terrible catastrophe of a like nature took place near Tunstall, in the Hanley district. Thus Lancashire, Yorkshire, and Staifordshire have all been visited, and in the two latter cases the sacrifice of life is estimated at about 400. From various accounts of these catastro- phes we collate the subjoined : THE BARNSLEY EXPLOSION. An explosion, with temblé results, occurred on Dec. 12 in the Oaks Colliery, about a mile and a half from Barnsley, near a small village known as Hoyle Mill. The people living there -almost all of them either colliers or related to colliers-were, shortly after 1 o'clock on that afternoon, started by the sound of an ...

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

Tenders lor Flour. SEALED TENDERS (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- ford, from time to time, in such quanti- ties as may 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, Nine " " 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 inay be offered for each of the three Stations or for the whole, but in the hitter case the Deputy Commissary Gene- ral may have the option of accepting only a portion of the tender, if it should ap- pear expedient. Tenderers are requested to state the price per ton of 2,000 pounds. Two Su...

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

Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. Feb. 14.-Mystery, 17 tons, Johnstone, mas- ter, for Banbury. Mr. Bibra and Mrs. Stan- ton. Cargo-10 tons guano from Shark's Bay. 14.-The Bride, 546 tons, Grigg, master, for Madras. Passengers-Mr. and Mr. Duval, 6 children and servant in cabin ; Mary Smith, and Indian Ayah in steerage. Same day.-Favorite, 48 toas, Lakey, master, for Champion Bay. Passengers-Messrs. Dur- lacher, Crowther, J. Manning, Mr. and Mrs. Davis and family, Miss A. Heal, and Rebecca In- gram. Cargo-hhd. brandy, 2 J-oaskB gin (under bond) ; 150 felloes and cart shafts, 346 pieces timber, 2 bales leather. 141 bags sugar, 51 bags potatoes, 36 cases and packages sundries. Same day.-Wild Wave, 28 tons, Pettit, mas- ter, for Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers-W. Purtell, wife, and family, R. Barry, W. John- ston, and S. Stout. Cargo-2½ tons flour, 10 bags rice, l8 do. sugar, 168 cases and packages Oilmen's Stores &c, 200 empty bags, 1 ¼-cask wine (under bond. Same day.-Swan, 25 t...

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

NEW ZEALAND.     There is now abundant evidence of the death of William Thompson, the celebrated " King Maker." The Press speaks highly of his talents and patriotism. His death is a loss to all parties.

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CLIMATE—ITS INFLUENCE ON VEGETABLE PRODUCTS. [From the Australasian.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 February 1867

CLIMATE-ITS INFLUENCE ON VEGE- TABLE PRODUCTS. rPVnir» fvliA Aitsfrrr7/7<¡ínn 1 This is a subject of some interest to all settlers in new countries, and it is necessary to know the conditions under which certain crops flourish, and vice versa. Thus the effort of the cultivator will have a more favourable issue, provided the climate influences are duly con- sidered. While climatic points ', out the most suitable articles of food, it exercises a singular influence over their qualities and properties. Next to climate, culture and soil modify plants in a great degree. Opium, narcotics, and vari- ous drugs are more powerful in warm climates than in cold regions. All cruciform plants degenerate within the tropics, but acquire in- creased energies in cold countries. Plants carried from a cold climate to a hot one natur- ally degenerate ; those brought from a warm climate improve when transported to one thal is cooler. In general, it is remarked that all cultivated plants give th...

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FEMININE TACT. (FROM THE SATURDAY REVIEW.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 February 1867

FEMININE TACT. (FROM THE SATURDAY BEVIÉW.) One can see by experience how entirely a clever man's tact differs often from the tact of a refined woman. A woman's is made up chiefly of keen and sensitive feeling, with which shrewdness and mental gra*p have nothing to do. Some kind of natural instinct enables her to sympathize with the passing sensations of those about her, and in virtue of an internal I j sense, Which is jttst as real à sense for her as her sense of touch or sight, she can throw her- self into the mond and trame of mind of those whom she is near. This capacity a woman ac- quires partly 'from the ordinary training of women, which quickens their sensibility, and partly from the habit of observing and study- ing email mattet», which is a necessity of their sedal and domestic life. They gain by long practice the power of catching looks,, gestures, and shades of expression in the face or in the eye, which less experienced observers never would notice ; and their womanly fee...

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Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. "Be just and fear not; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."—Shakspeare. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1867. Summary for the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 February 1867

Dtfty-Asalte # 88- ?» fîmes. K °ù -«t ^-"B6 just and fear not; Let all the ends thoa aim'st at be thy country'*. Thy God's, and truth's."-iS/iaik*peare. "j; t¿FJ|DAY,fMBRTSAmz^im. . ^SiAáMfófithe Mail. V A-SiriiMABTçf all that has occurred in (jjjtijkJäM Colony'during the past month might ^í^twrítteninifcVery few lines: duringa great portion of the period the heat of the, weather has been too great to be favorable to much agitation, either poli- tical or social. The Governor has left us to find what amusement we can, while he enjoys himself in the se lusion and sea breezes of Rottenest : left thus to our- selves it is astonishing what a quiet and peaceful month we have passed. We have no political movement what- ever to record. The proposed amend- ment of the existing Land Regulations has made no progress at present; the problem which has still to be solved being now to separate the lands which must be kept open for sale for agricultural pur- poses, from those for which the stock- h...

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Mining Reports. Fortune Copper Mining Co.'s Office, Victoria District, 31st Dec, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 February 1867

Mining Reports. Fortune Copper Mining Co.'s Office, Victoria District, 31st Dec, 1866. SIR,-In forwarding you my monthly report of the above-named Mine J beg to call your at- tention to the following points of operation : 40 N.E. end.-Driving by 4 men, lode 4 ft. wide, producing stones of lead ore. No. 1 Stopes back of 40 fathom level.-Working by two men, lode 6 ft. wide, producing 4 tons of lead ore per fathom. No. 2 Winze bottom of 30 S.W.-Sinking by two men, at ¿86 10s. per fathom, lode 2 ft. wide, producing 2 tons lead ore per fathom. 30 N.E. end.-Driving by 4 men, at ¿£6 per fathom, lode 4 ft. wide, composed of lime, spai*, and lead ore, producing of the latter about f of a ton per fathom. This point of operation pre- sents a very kindly appearance, quite indicative of a valuable piece of mineral ground in this district. No. 1 Stope bach 30 S.W.-Working by two men, ao ¿B3 0s. per fathom, lode 3 ft. wide, pro- ducing 3 tons of lead ore per fathom. No. 2 stopes back 30 S.W.-Worki...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 February 1867

Corrcspitbenee. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette .$ W. A. Times. SIR,-In commenting last week upon the poor exhibition at the Horticultural Society's Show, yon appeared to attribute it to apathy on the part ot the kitchen gardeners and others, but, Sir, the truth is that something very dif- ferent from apathy was the cause of many of them not taking anything to the show > they said to themselves,'' what is the use of taking anything there to compete with the Governor, who has any amount of labor without paying for it, and not content with that has also the meanness to take advantage of his position to appropriate to his own use and advantage the manure from the police stables, which he has no more right to than I have, and which I call -well I.Won't say what, but many a poor fellow has been thrust, into the Convict Establish- ment for less. Ï used, in former Governor's time, to tender for that manure, and although not often successful (for I could not compete with Mr. Spencer) ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 February 1867

H. T. OÏÏGDEÏ, SADDLE, HARNESS, AND COLLAR MAKER. HAY STREET, PERTH. C. RE1CHBERG, WORKING DENTIST AND JEWELLER, Hay-Street, Ferth.. (Opposite St. George's Cathedral.) . ARTIFICIAL «URAL 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 0, JEWELLERY of every description set with precious stones in the best style of workmanship.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 February 1867

COMMISSARIAT. rpENDEES (in duplicate) will be re X ceived at the- Commissariat Office, Fremantle, till noon of THURSDAY, the, 28th instant, for the supply of the following article, viz. : Powder, Blasting-lbs. 3,000. . C.W. EICHBAUM, Assistant Commissary General. Commissariat, Fremantle, W.A., ) 22nd February, 1867. ) Manna Gam! Manna Gnm!! THE highest price given for MANNA GUM. Cash payment. J. G. C. CARR, ; PERTH. P,VZ£ PLOUGHS, Y> ANSOMES' & SIMS' NEWCASTLE ü PRIZE PLOUGHS. J. G. C. CARR, FERTH. RINTING MACHINES.-In conse quence of the following machines having to be removed, to make room.for other more powerful ones, the proprietors of the AGE offer them at the low prices attached to secure prompt sale. Each is guaranteed, and can be shown in work iug order : ' FOUR-FEEDER, complete, printing a sheet 36 x 42, at 6000 per hour, ¿8150. TWO-FEEDER, complete, printing a sheet 36 x 50 in., at 3000 per hour, .6200. AGE Office, Melbourne. Tenders for Firewood, and Bricks. TE...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 February 1867

Holloway*s Pills and Ointment.-Dangerous Diarrhoea.-The causes of this weakening dis- ease being so various, and the nature of its at- tacks so changeable, fully account for tlie enor- mous number of its victims Under Holloway's treatment the source of this complaint may lie in obscurity and the successful issue be still the same whether the stomach, liver, large or small intestines be the seat of malady, for his Pills, judiciously taken, and his Ointment, briskly rubbed on the abdominal walls, restrain the excited vessels and regulate each erring function, let it spring whence it may. Both medicaments address themselves directly to re- produce the exact balance between sensibility and irritability, between morbid and healthy secretion, between natural and excessive ex- cretion. STRAYED to the run of the under- signed about the 1st of January la&t, and now in my keep, a dark brown entire horse, about four years old, and about sixteen hands high, white star in forehead, lame ...

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THE BOMBAY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 February 1867

THE BOMBAY HORSE MARKET. The following is an extract from a letter written by the Deputy Quarter- master General at Bombay : "In the first place, in the Bombay presi- dency Australian horses are disliked ; they come to us as wild animals not to be depended on, which will smash your carriage, or treat you to buckjumping at all and most incon- venient times; and accustomed as we-are to a domestic animal, which the Arab really is, we cannot understand the dangerous creatures you send us. I will tell you what the state of the market now (September I866) is with regard to Arab horses, upon which we entirely depended until the last three or four years, and in favour of which, when they are procurable, the Austra- lian cannot compete, even at much lower rates. Bagdad, on the Euphrates, is. the capital where the Turks who deal in and procure Arabs for the Bombay market dwell. It is the head- quarters of the district, and being under the rule of Constantinople, the Governor of this province ...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIAN RACES. STEWARDS—S. E. Burges, Esq., A. O'G Lefroy, Esq., J. B. Roe, Esq., G. C. Attfield Esq., and T. Little, Jun., Esq. JUDGE—T. Burges, Esq. STARTER—S.P. Phillips, Esq. CLERK OF THE COURSE—J. G. Thomson, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 February 1867

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN RACES. STEWARDS-S. E. Burges, Esq., A. O'G Lefroy, Esq., J. B. Roe, Esq., G. C. Attfield Esq., and T. Little, Jun., Esq. JUDGE-T. Burges, Esq. STARTER-s. P. Phillips, Esq. CLERK OP THE COURSE-J. G. Thomson, Esq. OUR Annual Races commenced on Wednesday the 20th inst., aud although the day was exces- sively hot, sportsmen from the north, from the south, and from the east, good citizens and country folks with their wives and families in every variety of vehicle from a carriage to a bullock dray, young gallants and fair eques- trians, nothing daunted, found their way over a dusty road to the Race-course determined to enjoy the sport, and good sport it was too, in fact the best meeting we have had here yet; some of the finishes were very fine, being closely contested and won by barely a head. The Maiden Plate and Volunteer Plate produced four heats each, which taxes the lasting powers of the horses very much. We heard of no serious accidents occurring on the road or on...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 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 M'LEAN DEMPSTER, ESQ., of Buckland, Northam.

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