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FROM THE "GOVERNMENT GAZETTE." Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, July 27, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 July 1836

FROM THE "GOVERNMENT GAZETTE» Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, . July 27, 1886. . - CONSIDERABLE doubts appear * ing to exist in the minds of the Public as to the intent and meaning \pî the 28th Clause of the recently establish- ed Rules and Regulations of the Civil Court, His Excellency the 'Governor directs the following Copy of a Letter which has been addressed .to certain Memorialists, on the subject thereof, to be published for general information : " Gentlemen,-The Governor hav- ing had your Petition under considera- tion in Executive Council, wherein yoji request his^ attention to the new Rules and Orders* of the Civil Court, which in several parts you conceive to be highly prejudicial to the Public, and calculated to close the door of Justice against the poor man, leaving it only open to the wealthy and independent members of the community ; I am directed by His Ex- cellency to express his regret that the Memorial should have given au interpre- tation to any part of the s...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Western Australian Journal, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 July 1836

PER«ADt)m(jfHÄM? 1 AT THE STORES' OF THE UNDERSIGNED* M'EW Dried Fruit,' of\ the best quality ; Very superior old Cape Wine ; A Jew casks of Sivèet Musca del ; Split Peas, warranted^ió boil in any water ; Extra superfine Tower \ proof Cannister Gunpowder ; A few ¡Víate and Colored Straw and Willow \ Bonnets ; Best London Beaver Black i and White Hats ; Fine *and Coarse\ Calico ; Good assortment of Jlankets; \ Jrom IQs. tos25s. per pair; Large j Cups and ßaucers; Plates and Basins ;,\ A few pinbboitles of Barnes/Lavender j Water i and an assortment of Scented] Oils for the hair, with sundry other J Articles; " " I : JR. CLARENCE. COLONIAL FLOUR to ^be sold at perth, mills for cash or wheat! I Ills. WHiTEjä 3¿d:i per Ib.-Sjd. per biig,; " Household' 3<í^per jb.-2jd. per bag-. Meal...... 2Jd."per lb.-g|d. per bag. Sharps . ¿........ 2d. per ib.-2d. per bag.' iöraa ..... ,;"._,..... -!'IJd. pei»lb.-)Jd per bag. Cash paid, for Wheat or Fiour, &c, at the above FrtceB, g...

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Commissariat Office, Perth July 29, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 July 1836

Cofnmissan'at: Office, Perth. Jwfy 29, 1836. ^ % EALED Tenders mil l¥ received at this Office on1'' Thursday,l the ' Íi%\>f August, at 12 o'clock, from such , IPhr son of Persons" who may ûe tviUiifg^ to supply1 such Quantify of FIliE SfrOOpfbr thé ' use^'ofthe 'Military _~Hospital, as may from time to time be. rpauirea. - " ~ *" ^he Price per Cord io be stated in words at lengiß. j Any information as to Quantity may te obtained by application at this1 Office. JQÍiN I$WÏS.. ' ?-.?": Deputy-Assistant Commissary General.

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LEAP YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 July 1836

LEAP YEAR. The present year is leap year, and it will be an important year to the interests of unmarried-ladies, . " and no leas to unmarried gentlemen-for, what interests the one, is also fated to interest the other. The ladies this year will have the* sole privilege of making love, which the gentlemen may not refuse, under the most severe penalties. To prove this to - be the ca*e, and that is no now thing, nor owes its rise to any of tiie extravagant notions of modern times, we will give an extract from an old volume, printed in the year of Grace, 1606, and entitled ** Courtship, Love, £nd Matrimonie." .. Albeit, it is uow become a parte of the Com- mun Lave, in regard to the socieal relations of ii fe, that as often as every besextile year doth return, the ladyes have the sole privilege, during the time it cOntinueth, of making love unto the mew, which they may do either by wordes or by lookea, a» unto them it Beemeth proper ; and moreover no man will be entitled to the benefit o...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 July 1836

/ .. OÑ~~"S A LE, ." AT THE STORES OF THE ^ - : $fàâs&$m>. i : ' fWF%HHfollowing Articles, imported' '\ j"- iy* recent arrivals.-Approved S$ïllsfo]r Purchase} âljove'£5.;at Three * months"wifl He taken? ' ' " '' irhV Púfk;' Ülosier "and Butch . * pteese/) fi'YorJc\"Hams'; Pickle^ '' faitees, ana4 'fine Champagne I Port] £#?#, m öwarz üoiues ,* jueais, &\j jeeti ' \%ng ; Êrown" t8Atöt, "im dr}aug7it ; ' ^hÂndyï ^Rum ;' Vin ; WBshey ¿j JSphedam^in cases. - ' , : N , "Lionel & Wm. Samson.

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To the Editor of "The Perth Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 July 1836

To the Editor of« The Perth Gazette.1' Sir,-I jiave seen the "answer to1 the Poor MjlnV Petition', for the firii time, this day (29ih; July) ; and I understand it is to be published in -your-Newspaper \to-morrow. . I have no time to: niake any comments.---At the request of several respectable individuals, Í wrote the Petition; which : was afterwards read ^and signed l)y (hie Hundred unfi Sixty peopie, who certainly ought' to be the best iudees of their own individual inte-' ieats; ?' '. .; . ;. * ? ? ?" ;v . "/. '}??? ' ;. .. Í shall trouble you next weck with some re marks regarding the new Rules andree« of the Civil Court»; several par^a of. which, I maintain,' are contrary to Ihc spirit and intention of the Law of England ; calculated to debiir the' poor man ironic enforcing his, just rights*, úná favorable only, to certain salaried ojtBcers'of ihfe .Góyerniñent. :*".". ' . 1 haye always found you ready and willing:-to^ open your" coluirms fyr the benefit of the public,; ''aila' ...

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To the Editor of "The Perth Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 July 1836

To Hie Editor of ' Tttè Perth Gazette;" Sir,-\\ith reference to a statement in last week's Paper respecting the cases before the Civil Couit «n the itth July, wherein it'is àssertuî, that oia¡fy*íwo cases were on the list, &c, as" it anight be1 attended with injury to me to appear grtilty of à deliberate ¿falsehood, having, in my capacity asa Practitioner in the baicl Court,' publicly stated to the contrary-previous'to' the publication of your' paper j."! now 1>6g leave to set fonh, that I was I regained \\ifive cases on the day in question, andr that there was more than tha¿ number on the list, lour insertion of this wn! objige ' ' ' j "Y ouf obedient Servant, - '. 'W.ï £RA!ÎAM, . ^Licunsed .Solicitor.

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JOURNAL OF AN EXPEDITION FROM SWAN RIVER OVERLAND TO KING GEORGE'S SOUND, BY J. S. ROE, ESQ., SURVEYOR-GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 July 1836

JOURNAL OF AN EXPEDITION FROM SWAN RIVER OVERLAND TO KING     GEORGE'S SOUND, BY J. S. ROE, ESQ., SURVEYOR-GENERAL   The description of country passed   over between this and Williams was of ani n different character, as the journey was made across., the Darling Range. The foilowimg extract gives a detailed account of the Williams district, where the party arrived on the 23d of October last:—       The advanced portion of our party having al-     most instinctively welcomed this transition to good country with three cheers, the sound quickened   the steps of the remainder, and in a few minutes all met a little lower down, at a delicious, run of   cool water, and, drank success to those who in- tended to establish themselves in this beautiful country. Close to the spot were ten native huts, built in a semicircle, open to the S.E., and three or...

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MEETING OF BARBERS ON SUNDAY TRADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 July 1836

MEETING OF BARBERS ON SUNDAY TRADING. In consequence of the authoritiea of the several metropolitan parishes south of the Thames, having resolved to put the existing laws tor the observance of the Sabbath into effect after the 31st ultimo, a fleeting of tha hair dressers^who-have taken alarm at the announcement, took place on Tuesday evening, at the sign of the Prince William Henry, Bermondsey-street About 60 shaveis had as- sembled an hour and a half after the appointed time. for commencing business, which, however, was still longer delayed, in consequence of the at- tachment they evinced to the pot and the pipe. At length, havjng raised a cloud of mundungus smoke, which rendered them nearly invisible tq each other, they began to think of electing a chairman. After 20 persons had vehemently been called upon to take this post of honor, which they politely de- clined, Mr. Leaks consented to take the chair, having previously fortified himself by copious libations from the quart pots, ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 July 1836

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEEARTURE.-r-On the 24th instant, the Addinjrham ibv Batavia and Eng land. . -'^

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Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, July 28, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 July 1836

Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, July 28, 1836.   HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct the re- publication of an Extract contained in a Notice dated 31st Ma ch, 1832, and the     publication of an Extract from a Des- patch, recently received from His Majes- ty's Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies, indicative of the views enter- tained by His Majesty's Government in respect to the nature of the protection to be afforded to the Colonisrs by the Military ; and also of those entertained in regard to the Natives. By His Excellency's command,   PETER BROWN,     Colonial Secretary.   NO. 1, EXTRACT FROM A DESPATCH PUBLISHED MARCH 31, 1S32. " It becomes my duty to inform you, that it is impossible to furnish a suffi- cient number of Troops to guard every parf of the Colony, and that ths Settlers must only look to the Government for repelling any serious or combined atta...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1836 "Neither conscience nor laste 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 — 30 July 1836

IHK WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JULY 30, 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."       Considerable anxiety prevails for the arrival of the True Love, now several weeks overdue. The Addingham left her at the Cape of Good Hope about     eleven weeks ago, and several rumours   have been abroad of her having been   seen off this coast, but we have not been   able to trace them to any satisfactory source. We cannot too strongly con- demn the idle practice of raising reports of this nature ; the feelings of individuals are wantonly trifled with, to gratify a momentary laugh at the quiz, regardless of' the consequences. This species of       joke should not be indulged in, and we hope will...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 August 1836

LAND TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION. T O B E~S OLD, BY PUBLIC AUCTION, BY MR. L. SAMSON, Acting Government Auctioneer. Ou THURSDAY, the first day of Sep tember next, at Hodges'» Hotel, Perth, at 12 o'clock, GRANT of LAND ¿ii the right bank of the Swan, adjoining Al- bion Town, containing 1,000 Acres. Theie are about fifteen Acres under tillage (wheat, the second j ear in culti- vation), which, with the Meadow, pay about 100 bushels of Wheat annual Rent. Payment of Purchase will be taken part in Cash, Stock and Stores. Application to be made to Mr.Whit- field, Guildford ; or, Mr. Lionel Samson, Perth. Guildford, A ugust 6. TO BE SOLD. BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AT HODGES'S HOTEL, On THURSDAY next, the 11th Inst, (to close Consignments,) the follow . . ing GOODS : AIS1NS, Cape Wine, Bermuda, Arrow Root, Soap, Verdigris, Pill Boxes, Dalbv's Carminative, One set Beam Scales, One box Ditto, Six bags Walnuts ; Case Brandy, 3 dozen each ; Schedam Gin, 2 dozen each ; French Claret ; Three cases Champagne, i...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 August 1836

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. On the 31st ultimo, the schooner " True Love" Captain Coulton, from London. General cargo. -Six weeks and four days from the Cape. Lying in Cockburn Hound-The " True Love." Mails open for King George's Sound and Syd- ney.

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IMPORTS PER "TRUE LOVE," FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 August 1836

IMPORTS PER "TRUE LOVE," FROM LONDON. One cask white lead, 2 ditto linseed oil, 3 cases talad oil, 2 mats rope, 13 boxes candles, 2 bales sacks, 3 crates earthenware, 1 case apparel, 13 boxes glass, 1 parcel pamphlets, 1 barrel pork, 1 ditto biscuit, 1 ditto rice, 1 box, addressed to G. F. Moore, Esq. ; 1 barrel tar, 1 box, Partridge ; 4 hhds. and 14 puncheons rum, 1 keg gunpowder, 3 casks, 2 hhds. wine, 1 box boots, JR. Phillips, Esq. ; 4 cases, 10 hhds. brandy, 3 ditto geneva, 15 casks nails, 3 chests yellow soap, 1 case saws, 1 case stationer^, 3 casks hhot ; Government, ii cases, 4 boxes glass, | barrel pork, Mr. Smith ; 4 barrels and 2 puncheons rum, L. Lloyd ; 20 barrels pork, 1 bale, 4 boxes, 1 cask, 1 bundle, 10J barrels herrings; 1 case and 1 bale, Mr.May cock ; 1 box, &ir Richard Spew et ; 23 packages «undries. FROM THE GAPE OF GOOD HOPE. Thirty boxes candles, 1 cask suei, 3 casks beef, 3 ditto pork, 2 ditto tongues, 2 bales, 1 puncheon, 7 hhds., I half aum brandy,...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 August 1836

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Mr. W. N¿ Clark's Letter, on the subject of the Rules and Orders of the Civil Court, will be inserted next week, if some of the paragraphs which seem to us to convey personal reflections, are expunged.

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 August 1836

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE On Wednesday last the Bill for Appointing. Commissioners for Apprenticing Juvenile Emi   grants sent to the Gape by the Childrens Friends*   Society in London, was read a second time in the Legislative Council, and its several provisions   unanimously agreed to, with some slight but Use- ful alterations. The species of Emigration to which this Bill refers, is of a very unpretending and modest cha- racter. It does not venture to embrace in its magnanimous conception, overgrown Empires laboring to extrude superfluous millions ; or deso- late Continents craving for whole nations of ad-   venturers. It simply undertakes to transpose from the streets of London, and other large towns, or populous districts, certain Children who are in want of Protectors and Bread, to the households and farms of certain individuals who are in want of Labourers,at the Cape of Good Hope. The gentlemen who about four years ago under- took t...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 August 1836

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. 'South Australia.-The Order in- Council for erecting the teiritory of South Australia into a Briton province, Iras been settled by the Law Officps ofthe Crown, and has been forwarded to Brighton for His Majesty's sanction. The new c '.' fry will be gazetted, forthwith. This is a salis-1 factory i ¿filiation of the assertions recently hazard- ed by ionic of our coniemppi aries, that the inte- rests of the new colony have been neglected at "the Colonial Office. Lord Glenelg las laboured as- siduously and successfully in effecting arrange- ments under which British settlers may occupy South Australia without invading the rights ol the Aborigines. The moral force of the country will jgo with Lord Glenelg in the performance of this good work, and he-can well afford lo-disvegaTd the passing reusures which have originated in (hernia conception of his motive. Soi'th Australia.-This new colony having been formerly gazetted, great activity exists among the Commihsior.ers and...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 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 — 6 August 1836

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1836. -000 M Neither conscience nor taste will suffer me to ßght one class or interest ( against another, for separate benefit, or to take the narrow ground of undeviating 'panegyric." By the " True Love " we have our file of the 'Cape Advertiser* up to the end of May, and English intelligence to the beginning of March. We have given such extracts i rom the 'Advertiser* as we Coll aider of interest; those which, relate to the new Southern Colony, under the he ad of English extracts, must be re- ceived with some degree ot doubt-they appear in such a 'questionable shape/ Private letters lead us to conclude, that the next vessel we ¿hay expect from England will be .the 'Adams/ several parties having taken their passage in her. We may look for her arrival about the end of October. We are under the necessity of post- poning our report of the meeting of the members of the Agricultural Society which took place yesterday. The meet- ing was...

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AFFAIRS OF THE FRONTIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 August 1836

AFFAIRS OF THE FRONTIER, ^M Our accounts from the New Province this week do not detail any occurrence of importance. The Weslcyan Missionaries have resumed their .former stations, and at present every thing wears a favor- able aspect. The young chief Keeh and his mother Norn sa are represented as expressing the utmost satisfaction at the arrival of the Rev. J. Ayliff, re- marking that they now fell secure, and could re- , pose in confidence- Keel), it is said, has little power,-the authority maintained by his late father being now divided amongst the different chilis, amongst whom Bookoo is the principal^ At Clarkebury, in the Tambookie country, everything belonging to the mission station was found in pre- cisely the same state as when abandoned early in 1835. Not an article had been stolen or even displaced. This is highly creditable to the Tam- bookie people. The enclosed field belonging to the - mission, station had been carefully cultivated by the people on the place, and on the...

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