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MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 October 1875

MAIL KOTICE. Mails for transmission by Coasting Mail Steamer for Europe, India, Cape of Good Hope, &c. ; the'Australian Colonies, New Zealand, and Tasmania, will close as under : At the General Post Oflice, Perth, on MON- DAY, October 4th, at 11 am. At Geraldton, Champion Bay, on FRIDAY, October 1st, at 4 p.m. At Fremantle, on MONDAY, October 4th, at 2 p.m. At Bunbury, on TUESDAY, October 5th, at 9 a.m. At Busselton, on TUESDAY, October 5th, at 2 p.m. At the General Post Office, Perth :- I Money Orders for transmission by the above conveyances will be issued on the United Kingdom, the Australian Colonies, Now Zea- land, and Tasmania, up to 10 a.m. on SATUR- DAY, the 2nd October. Letters for Registration must be posted one hour before the closing of the Mails. Late Letters, on payment of a fee of 6d., may be posted one hour after the closing of the Mails. Newspapers must be posted one hour before the closing of the Mails, otherwise they will not be forwarded until the next Ma...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 October 1875

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS-FREMANTLE. Sept. 28th.-Surprise, 28 tons, G. Hayman, from Murray. Cargo-102.440 shingles. Sept. 29th.-Charlotte Padbury, 658 tons, Harris, master, from London. Passengers in Cabin-Mr. & Mrs. Lennard, Miss Lennard, Mr. Lennard, J un., Miss Hocking, Mr. Sym- mons, Mr. & Mrs. Brown & child. Steerage Passengers-Messrs. R. Martin, W. Moore, E. Leo, N. S. Leo, 8. Redmond, T. Tanner, E. East, J. Mitchell, J. Davis, W. Irwin, C. Daley, J. Cumming, J. F. Collins. 8ept. 26th.-Lapwing, 8 tons, Tuckey, from Murray. Cargo-29 bags wheat, 3 pkgs. butter, 1 do. pork, 17 pes. timber, quantity hay. DEPARTURES. Sept. 28th.-s.s. Georgette, 211 tons, Shand, for Champion Bay. Cargo--8 bars steel, 10 bags potatoes, 30 cases kerosene, 38 bdls. shingles, 5400 sleepers, 1000 spokes, 232 bdls leather, 9 boxes tea, 30 bags sugar, and sun- dries. Passengers in saloon-Jno. A Liebler, Messrs. Woodman, Palmer, Victor, Steerage. 2 passengers. Sept. 30th.-Annie...

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THE MONTH'S SHIPPING.' DEPARTURES—COASTWISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 October 1875

THE MONTH'S SHIPPING. DEPARTUIíES-COASTWISE. Sept. 6.-s.s. Georgette, 211 tous, R. Shand, for Albany via Bunbury and Vasse.' 8th.-Gem, 52 tons, Wilcocks for Irwin. 11th.-Water Lilly, 28 tons, C. Peterson for pearling grounds. llih-Daiiia, 28 tons, Leidicks, for Bunbury. 13th.-Surprise, 28 tons, G. Hayman, for Murray Uiver. 15th.-Bungaree, 89 tons, Cornford, for Champion Bay. 18th.-Georgette, 211 tons, R. Shand, for Champion Bay. 20th.-Jessie, 17 tons, C. Tuckey, tor pearl- ing ground. 20th-Hope, 22 tons, J. M. Finnerty, for Port Walcott, via Sharks' Bay. 21.-May, 28 tons, J. Makauls,for Bunbury and Vasse. 22.-Lapwing, 8 tons, Tuckey, for Murray River. 22nd.-Clementina, 7 tons, A. Russ, for Irwin. 27th.-Gam, 52 tons, Wilcocks, for Champion Bay. ARRIVALS. Sept 10th.-May, 28 tonB, J. Makauls from Vasse and Bunbnry. 10th.-Lapwing, 8 tons, Tuckey, from Mur- ray River. 13th.-Nautilus, 48 tons, J. Tapper, from Port Walcott, via Champion Bay. 13th1.-Annie Beaton, 85 tons, Littlejohn, Irom P...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 October 1875

B Y ELECTRIC TE LE G BAPH. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. JJJ.J.J.X X. J.O.1 X.» JL^.1 J-J Fremantle,-Wednesday, September 20th, Bania, from Bunbury, sprung a leak, on shore at Rockingham. Thursday, Sept. 30th, For- mosa, from Mauritius, 11 a.m. Bunbury,-Tuesday, Sept. 2Sth, Dania, for Fremantle. Thursday, Sept. 30th, May, from Vasse, 7-30 p.m. Geraldton,-Tuesday, Sept. 2Sth, Bungaree, for Fremantle, 11-30 a.m. Wednesday, {Sept. 29th, Gem, from Fremantle, 11 a.m. Georgette, from Fremantle, 7-40 p.m. Vasse,-Wednesday, Sept. 29th, May, for Bunbury, 12 o'clock.

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INTER-COLONIAL. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 October 1875

INTER-COLONIAL. VICTORIA. At the departure of the last mail, Mr. Gra- ham Berry had just succeeded in the formation of a new Administration. The announcement of the names of the members was received with something like derision, and the statement of the Ministerial policy, as enunciated by the various Ministers when before their constituents for re-election, has not secured to them a larger measure of respect or favour. The policy as disclosed by Mr. Berry at Geelong was crude and ill-considered, the main principles being to maintain and extend the system of protec- tive duties, to impose a special tax on the wealthy landowners, and to embroil the two Houses of the Legislature. The case of Judge Dunne, which after long delay has at length been finally settled by his unconditional resignation of his office, is another proof of the power oí public opinion expressed through the press to cause the right course to be pursued, despite great private and political influence' Mr. Dunne was c...

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VESSELS IN PORT [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 October 1875

VESSELS IN PORT Lady Elizabeth, loaded with sandalwood for Shanghai. Cleopatra, partly loaded with copper and lead ores, for Melbourne, and is at Rockingham filling up with Jarrah Timber for Lacepede Bay. Chalgrove, has a quantity of lead ore on board, and will top up with sleepers for Lace- pede Bay. Daylight, still discharging cargo, but has taken on board a quantity of copper ore from     Roebourne; will shortly proceed to Champion Bay with some original cargo, when she will take in wool and then return to this port to complete her cargo tor London. Fitzroy discharging cargo, when finished will proceed to Champion Bay for wool, and on return to Fremantle will fill up for London. Annie Beaton taking in timber for Roe- bourne. Nautilus, waiting for timber from Govern- ment for Port Walcott, Annie Agnes, loaded with general cargo for Bunbury, will sail at once. Charlotte Padbury, arrived on 29th Sept. On 27th August, a splendid little schooner of &n...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 October 1875

I. (Advertisement.) Holloway's Fills. i For Iodigestion, Stomach, and Liver Com- plaints.-Persons suffering from any derange- ments of the liver, stomach, or the organs of digestion, should have recourse to Holloway's Fills, »s there is no medicine known that acts on these particular complaints with such cer- tain success. They strengthen the tone of the stomach, increase the appetite, purify the blood and correct depraved sections. In bowel com- plaints, they remove all morbid humours, and soon restore the patient to sound health ; nerv- ous or sick headaches, and depression of spirits may be speedily removed by these Fills. They are composed of rare balsams, without the ad I mixture of a grain of mercury or any noxious substance, and are as safe as they are efficacious. THE W.A.TIMES Is one of the best advertising médiums in Western Australia. More than 15 0 0 copies are now issued weekly, and are circulated through every district in the colony. Special advantages are offered to a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 October 1875

Protected by Boyal Letters Patent, Dated October 11th, 1869. (OZONIC OXYGEN) Ihe New Curative Agent, and only Re- liable Remedy for Nervous and Liver 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. J4 *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- I Nervous Prostration Lassitude Liver Complaints Shortness of Breath j Palpitation of the Heart Trembling of the hands and limbs j Dizziness Impaired Nutrition noises in the Head and Mental and Physical Deprea Ears sion Loss of Energy and Appetite Consumption (...

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METROPOLITAN RIFLE VOLUNTEERS. 14TH ANNIVERSARY OF PRIZE FIRING PERTH, W. A., 24TH SEPTEMBER, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 October 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 24th ult., 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. The shooting, on the whole was very good, taking into consideration j the state of the weather, as the puffy wind blowing was anything but favorable to the sharp shooters. We append the scores from which it will be seen that private S. Hymus made the highest score, and pulled off the chief prize. Sergeant Dean, ran him close, but an unlucky miss spoiled his chance. No. 1 Squad, 14 men.-Ranges 150,200, 250, 300 yds., 5 shots at each range. 1st Prize, Gilt Clock and Glass Shade, Mr. Crowther; Private S. Hymu...

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COMMERCIAL. G. F. WILKINSON & CO. MONTHLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 October 1875

COMMERCIAL. G. F. WILKINSON & CO. MONTHLT REPORT. We have little or no change to report in the prices of flour and wheat given last month. Both are plentiful and quotations unaltered. Barley is scarce, Oats there are none. Bran and pollard maintain their prices. Flour .£12 10s. to ,£13 per ton. Wheat 5s. 6d. to 6s. per bushel. Bran £7 10s. per ton. Pollard £8 to £9 10s. per ton. Barley 5s. 6d. to 6s. per bushel. Hay sown £8 10s self sown ¿28 per ton. We subjoin the last quotations of Wool, Hides, &c, from our Melbourne correspon- dent : Greasy-Inferior . Ordinary to average Good to superior ... Fleece, washed-Inferior ... Ordinary to average Average to good ... Superior . Scoured-Inferior . Ordinary . Middling to good ... Superior . Sheepskins.-Butchers' fresh Skins from 4s. to 6s. 9d. each ; Dry $kins, irom 3s. to 5s. each ; and Station-dried, from 4£d. to 8d. per pound. Hides.-Ox-hides from 25s. to 33s. each, and Cow-hides 15s. to 23s. each. Calfskins are worth abo...

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1875. OUR LETTER HOME. POLITICAL &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 October 1875

fflfee ilcstcnt Sttstntüair finies. solum non biütat genus. FRID^ToCTOBER^Two. POLITICAL &c. The month has come and gone, and as far as political matters go, we have not an iota to chronicle, except the bare fact that the Legis- lative Council has been further prorogued to the 30th iust. Still we must be content to wait and watch. Despite the political stagnation, we have not been without a theme for public discussion and public excitement. That old sore, the Northern railway has been a bone of Contention that has visited us like an angel of mercy, to atone for our political monotony. The Northern railway, never had very bright prospects, even in its happiest era. It has been jji-iucipally distin- guished for being badly designed, and having cost an extensive sum of money. Well, when the contractor had got pretty well into his work a suspicion ran about that all was not well, and the government, imbued with the same idea, got a competent engineering surveyor, one Mr. Lovell,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 1 October 1875

THE « W. A.. TIMBS ' IS PUBLISHED IN PERTH, * ON TUESDA YSand FRIDATS, IN TIME FOR THE OUTGOING MAIL. iPZEeioE 3a.. Annual subscription in advance ¿£10 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 Walkeb, Geraldton. Mr. W. Waldeck, Greenough. Mr. G. Inkpen, York. Mr. C. S. Mongeb, Newcastle. Mr. John Smith, Dongaira. Mr. G. R. Teede, Bunbury and South- ern Districts. S. S. "GEORGETTE" SAILS from Champion Bay every 4th SATURDAY, un der con tract with the Government, to convey English and Co- lonial mails to and from Albany. Pas- sengers will please note the postal time- tables, for the departure of the boat from the different ports. CONNOR & McKAY. August 8,1874. First Wool Ship for London. T1 1HE Al clipper barque DAYLIGHT, ¡.629 tons...

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Local Court, Perth. THURSDAY 30th SEPT. 1875. (Before E. W. Landor, Esq. J.P. The Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 October 1875

Local Court, Perth. THURSDAY 30th SEPT. 1875. (Before E. W. Landor, Esq. J.P. The Magistrate.) There had been l8 cases entered for hearing, the following only were called, the remainder having been either withdrawn or settled out of court. Thns. Wilson, v. R. Barmse. Claim ¿Bl Is. 7d. The plaintiff, who is a baker m the employ of Mr. W. Osborne Perth, had supplied the defen- dant with bread for which he was held directly liable to his master to the extent mentioned which be now sought to recover. The claim was reduced by 2s. 6<L the defendant admitting the accuracy of the balance for which, with costs 13s. 6<L, judgment was recorded for plaintiff,'His Worship intimating to defendant that if the sum to be hereafter agreed upon to be paid weekly was neglected in any instance, «Meatian would ensue. I Wm. Osborne, v. Wm. Davis. Claim JEl 15s 8d. for meat sold and delivered. A note .was read from the defendant admitting the claim, pro- mising to pay the'expenses a w...

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VASSE, (From our own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 October 1875

VASSE, (From our own Correspondent). On Tuesday last the god father of the town of Busselton, Mr. John (jarret Bussell departed this hie, after a short and apparently painless illness. That he was very much respected, I need not say, and the sorrow for the loas of a good man, and the griei of a most amiable family, is simply universal. Sickness, and very severe sickness too, is rife in the Southern districts and it is to be re- gretted, that the two medical officers, appointed by government, should have made up their mind to refuse to consult with a much older and more experienced medical man, Mr. J. Sampson of Bunbury, whose principal fault seems to be that he has saved several lives, which the younger ones, just emerged from Medical Studentship, had given up. While writing on the subject of health I feel almost in duty bound to take notice of the following circum- stances. Dr. Sampson prescribed a medicine, consisting of Sulphate ot Quinine, Sulphate of Zinc and Morphine for a Mrs...

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COUNTRY NEWS. NEWCASTLE. (From a Correspoudent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 October 1875

COUNTRY NEWS. NEWCASTLE. {From a Correspondent.) The Newcastle Boy's School is still without a teacher, 1 understand there are some candidates in the field, and it is to be hoped that one of them will be selected before long. I notice that preparations are being made for reception of the Governor and Mrs. Robinson on Saturday next. A party will go outside the town and escort him into Newcastle that after- noon, and on Monday a public luncheon or early dinner, is to be given to His Excellency and that evening a ball. The Governor, I believe, re- mains in Newcastle, until Tuesday morning. A special General Meeting of the Agricultural Society is called for Saturday next, the 2nd. September, at Leeder's Hotel at 3 p.m., when the question of " ball or no ball' in' connection with the Agricultural Society is to be discussed. I am very much afraid that these agreeable re- unions have received their death blow, and all, as far as I can understand, from want of a liule tast and management. T...

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LOCKEVILLE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 October 1875

LOCKEVILLÜ (From our oten Correspondent.) What's become of the farm and dairy produce of this district ? is the universal cry of the un- happy housewives , at this Station. Butter, Cheese and even Beef ara very scarce, so scarce, indeed, that they may be put down as luxuries. Potatoes only occasionally to be met with and then of very inferior quality and trifling quantity. No hay or corn. Nothing plentiful but hardware goods, drapery, sardines and blacking. It would be an act of positive philanthropy if some enterprising individual would send us a bullock or two ; as to mutton, we have forgotten the very appearance of it. The number of farms in this district would naturally lead one to suppose that there would be an abundant supply, especially when a certain clique are clamouring for a duty on imported flour. Goodness knows ! we should starve were it not for the flour and provisions imported by the Timber Company and others. According to current market prices the produce of the farm...

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 October 1875

$!>* ükstot fustraliaii Firnes. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENU8. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, IS75. THERE are to be found those who refuse to recognize the power of popular feeling and public opinion. They laugh at the notion and look upon it merely as the crea- tion of a distempered fancy, or of cowar- dice. This is especially the case with some public men, who would pit their intellect and power against all outward pressure. We have had bul little experi- ence as yet of the Czars of public opinion in Western Australia, but we imagine that the colony has had in its day, if not now, those who would arrogate to them- selves that authority " which never can, and never ought to be the lot of mau." But every now and then, in the political world, we find noted examples of the pressure of public opinion, coming like a great wave against individual preju- dices, and sweepiug before it, the auto cracy of the most powerful coalitions and cabinets. No better example could ha adduced than that of the late Pli...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 October 1875

To THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. ' Sir,-I hope you will have compassion on a poor immigrant, and publish the deception that is used to decoy a youth from his native land. 1 left England full of hope that I might better my condition by coming to a land where they said there was wealth for honest labour, instead of which I find there is not enough work for those that -were here before me ; at least, I speak for myself. I cannot get employment. I have been in the colony 11 months, and during that time I have earned the large sum of ¿610, and now, Sir, do you think it possible for a person to get wealthy on that ? I have had to walk many a hundred miles from this city to earn that sum, and I have again returned to this city penniless, and without a friend to go to, to obtain a meal's food. Having always been able to obtain an honest living In England, I feel it very hard now not being able to. obtain the common necessaries of life, without having recourse to begging which I am too prou...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 October 1875

LOCAL AND GENERAL. QUARTERLY SESSIONS :-The usual quarterly sessions will commence to-morrow, when the j i case of Gillman and McGibbon will be heard ¡ among others. We think that the fortunate ' jury may make up their minds for a good long sitting on the case we have mentioned. MURDER AT THE NORTH WEST :-Information has been received that Mr. John Shea, has been murdered by some natives whom he had em- ployed as divers on the "Yuile. Police con- stable Glover is still missing, and he is sup- posed to have been murdered by natives on the DeGrey. Mr. J. J. Harwood has also been wounded by a Malay diver on board the " Twi- light," but nothing serious resulted. MINSTRELS OF THE WEST :-The Minstrels of the West, are about shortly to give a grand concert consisting of sacred and secular selec- tions in the town Hall, for the purpose of rais- ing funds for defraying the debt stül remaining on their pianoforte. We believe that the per- formers will include almost all the available talent, ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 October 1875

To THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMBS. .Sir,-Will you kindly permit me space in your columns to explain a most grievious omisa->! ion on the part of the reception committees at the banquet given in honor of His Excellency the Governor at the Castle Hotel on Tuesday last, an error which has been productive of vexatious feelings among a numerous section of our community, and interpreted in a sense ' highly derogatory to myself and all concerned. I refer to the toast "The Bishop and the Clergy." As Chairman on that occasion I had simply prepared myself with the usual emana- tions, and up to the last moment I was unaware of the existence of any programme among my fellow Committee men, who, as appeared in the . sequel, had rested the matter entirely in me. Had I noticed it in time I certainly would have explained away the unfortunate cir- cumstance, but it was some time subsequent when it occurred tome that some unpleasantness might arise from this inadvertency, literally ex- cluding, as i...

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