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VICE-REGAL TOUR. (By our Special Reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 October 1875

VICE-REGAL TOTJE. ! (ÍJy our /Special Reporter.) His Excellency the Governor arived at< Mortham on Friday afternoon, at5 o'clock p.m. and was met bj Messrs. Dempster, C. Clifton; Chidlow, Morrell, and a very large number of mounted settlers. E DerapsterEsqpresetitodan address, to which His Excellency replied in a manner highly pleasing and energetic. His Excellency accompanied by Mrs. Robinson H on. M. Fraser, Mr. O. Buit and tuite, then drove through the town to the Avon Bridge Hotel ; the concourse of horseman was a sight seldom seen in Northam. His Excellency who re- mained in his carriage shortly after left for the residence of W. Chidlow Esq., amid the loud and hearty cheers of the assembled multitude. Triumphal arches had been erected at the two extreme ends of the townsite, and flags and other devices adorned the route of the Vice-Kegal party. Shortly after 7 o'clock HÍ3 Excellency, ac- companied by Hon. M. Fraser E^q., and Mr. O. Burt, arrived at the Avon Bridge H...

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

TO THE EciTOB OF THE W. A, TlMES. Sir,- .. Fair Play" and "Our Man About Town," I presume is one and the same person. No one should object to be corrected when discovered to have made a mistake, and I should certainly never take umbrage to being "reviewed," but I realty cannot allow any one to misrepresent or accuse me of what I have not written and remain quiescent. I never charged Woolama with being a constant visitor of a public house nor does my letter even hint at my ever having seen him drinking ; and I think I may venture to assert that " Fair Play" is no more a searcher of the troth than his coadjutor. I confirm my former statement. I have bat little more to add to what 1 have already said of "Oar Man about Town" who has peculiar notions about gentle- men bankrupts of the times, and " respectable looking men" on their ticket. "Fair Play"i$ not likely to " gall" any one in Fremantle, and it is to be hoped that the people of the district he has, or is about to remove to will b...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 October 1875

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. GERALDTON,-Saturday, Oct. 2nd, Gem, for Dongarra, 5 p.m. BUNBUBT,-Sunday, 3rd, May, for Freman- tle, 7 a.m. GERALDTON,-Sunday, 3rd, Clementina, from Dongarra.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 October 1875

Notice. To Importers <& Consignees REDUCED CHARGES. On and after this date, the undersigned will sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, Colonial pro- duce, Wrecks,nShip Stoies, Cargo, Fitt- ings, and surplus Stocks of every dis cription, on the platform South Jetty, or ! al the A Store and Custom House Fremantle, at a charge of 1|- per cent Commission, on all sales amounting to ¿C25 and upwards ALSO, At Grosvenor Sale Booms. Private Residences, Stores and Warehouses, at Perth, Fremantle, or any other ports of the Colo iy, at a charge of 2^ per cent Commission, on all sales amounting to «£25 and upwards. W. E. MARMION & CO. Merchants and Auctioneers Fremantle. October 4th, 1875. GOT in from my run, a LIGHT BAT HORSE, with adark points, about 15 hands high, about 3 years old, branded something like VF conjoined, on near side, now in ray yard. If not claimed by the time allowed by, law, will be sold to pay expenses. JAMES PASCOE, Oottrane, near "Irwin. Sept. 24th, 1875. [8s...

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THE OWL AND THE MAGPIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 October 1875

THE OWL AND THE MAGPIE. '. The great want oi the age undoubtedly is" " A Government Organ !" cried Mag, inter- rupting the audible reflections ot her iriend the Owl. The Owl smiled, and Mag, loquacious as usual, went on, " But tor my part, I can't see what on earth the Government want an Organ for." " Why ?" asked the Owl, still more amused. .. Why, gracious me," said Mag, I don't suppose there's one ot them knows any move about music than they do about politics, or anything else, for that matter !" " Well," put in the Owl, «. what about all that?" " A great deal, it strikes me," replied his companion sententiously, " a great deal, I think. Besides, 1 suppose they'd have to grind the 01 gan turn-a-bout, and" The Owl here burst into an uncontrollable fit ol laughter, but Maggie, nothing daunted, con- tinued : " Oh ! you may lau^h ; but I know what I'm talking about. £ suppose they'd start with the Premier, and then some fine night we'd have the Hon. Leiroy come grinding away at the d...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 October 1875

Protected by Boyal Letten Patent, Bated October 11th, 1869. (OZONIC OXYGEN) IheNew 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 ¿he 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 Complaints Shortness of Breath Palpitation of the Heart Trembling of the hands and limbs Dizziness Impaired Nutrition noises in the Head and Mee tal and Physical Depres Ears sion Loss of Energy and Appetite Consumption (in its f...

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ANNIVERSARY TEA MEETING. "FREMANTLE"LODGE, NO. 4. AND "EXCELSIOR" LODGE I.O..G.T. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 October 1875

ANNIVERSARY TEA MEETING. "FREMANTLE"LODGE, NO. 4. AND "EXCELSIOR" IJ LODGE I.O..G.T. 3 On Thursday evening last the Fremantle Lodges celebrated their second anniversary by a tea meeting and Musical Soiree, in the Boys' school room, in that Town. The room, which had been tastefully decorated by the members, was crowded to excess ; and the numerous and plentifully supplied tables were occupied by crowds of brothers and sisters, besides a goodly number who were not privileged to don the regalia. The three City Lodges, " Light of the West," " Unity and Concord," and " Temple of Honour," were also respectably represented. The Rev. Bro. Johnson having been unani- mously delegated to the chair, and grace being sung, an attack was made upon the good things provided, which satisfactorily proved that Good Templarism has anything but a bad effect upon the appetite. This part of the evening's programme having been satisfactorily disposed of, the Rev. Chair- man gave an interesting review of the...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 October 1875

THE . W. A.. TIMES . IS PUBLISHED US PERTH, ON T UESDATSand FRIDAYS, IN TIME FOR THE OUTGOING MAIL. IPIROOIE] 3d. 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 WALKER, Geraldton. Mr. W. 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. 8. "GEORGETTE* SAILS from Champion Bay every 4th SATURDAY, under contract with the Govern meut, to convey English and Co- lonial mails to and from Albany. Pas- sengers will please note the postal time- tables, ior the departure of the boat from the different ports. CONNOR & McKAY. August 8,1874. ' First Wool SBiip for London. THE Al clipper barque DAYLIGHT, ¡.629 tons re...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 October 1875

MARRIAGE. BROWNE-LETCH.-At the Congrega- tional Chapel, Fremantle, by the Rev. J. Johnston, Mr. THOS. H. J. BROWNE, Civil Engineer and Architect, to MARY ANN GLASS- BROOK LETCH, eldest daughter of Mr. George Abner Letch, Perth.

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

COSSACK. From our own Correspondent. Improvements are gradually and surely tak- ing place here, for I find the stonework of a new jetty has been completed, and the contractor (Mr. Clarkson) is only waiting for the arrival of the timber (which is expected by every vessel) to complete it. The timber for a Police Station and Lockup, has been placed on its site awaiting the arrival of its contractor to erect it. Information has been received but not yet authenticated of the murder of Mr. John Shea by some natives whom he had employed as divers on the " Yuile." Police constable Glover is still missing, and it is strongly suspected that he has been murdered by some natives on the DeGrey. On the 13th inst., Mr. J. J. Harwood was slightly wounded on the left fore arm by a Malay diver on board the " Twilight," but I am happy to say that he is now doing very well, and goes to Roebourne to-day to appear against him. There is a strong muster of Pearling crafts this season, upwards of 60 being e...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 October 1875

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS-FREMANTLE.     Oct. " 1st.-Formosa, schooner, 381 tons, Quayle, from Mauritius. In ballast. . Oct. 1st.-Bungaree, 89 tons, Cornford, from Champion Bay. Cargo-25 hhds. whale oil, 2 boats and whaling gear, 202 bags flour, 20 do. bran, 76 do. bran, and pollard,, 3 hhds. pork, 28 trusses hay, 22 tons lead ore. 12 whalers, 2 natives. Oct. 1st.-Rosette, 68 tons, J. Vincent, from port Walcott. Cargo-557 bags copper ore, 107 bales wool, 2 casks fat, 2 bullock hides.- Passengers-Mrs. A. Richardson, Miss Wellard, J. A. Cooper, Alfd. Howlett, Alax, McRae, D. Larey, A. Young, E. Locks, E. [ Livingston, J. Mills, R. Wellard, J. Harper, } J. Humphrey, J. Kerley. I ~ DEPARTURES. Oct. 2nd.-Nautilus, 48 tons, Jno. Tapper, j s< for port Walcott. Cargo-18 loads timber, 162 ¡ c¡ bdles. shingles, 6 pkgs. school furniture, 5 ai boats, 28 bags rice. I J\

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

CORRESPONDENCE. To THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. Sir,-I see the newspaper contains a good deal of shadow of the " Georgette's" negligence, but the substance of the matter is that there is no bridge at the Willgarrup. Some short time ago the police had to ford with the Vasse English Mail to the Sound through the Willgarrup River at Balbarrup. At the same place a fortnight ago, John Hutton was likely to have been drowned by his horse falling backwards. On the ninth of this month the police had to carry the Vasse and Bunbury English Mail, and at this very spot the horse got bogged on his first starting into the river. Three good strokes would have landed him through the first stream, but the horse was young, and the current coming down sharp, took him down the stream nearly to the ruins of Mr. Giblett's old bridge, and with difficulty he landed all right, fording along till he came to the other stream. Just about the time his horse ought to have struck out swimming he got caught in a ...

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PERTH LOCAL COURT. FARRELLY V. BROWN F. TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 8 October 1875

PERTH LOCAL COURT. FARRELLY V. BROWN F. Tr» TVtv "RrnTOR OP THE W. A. TlMES. Sir,-Be so good as to allow me to raise the question whether the Perth Local Court is established to enable creditors to recover re- sisted or questioned claims, or to obtain settle- ment, of undisputed accounts for which payment could have been, obtained on application. On the 19th June last, 1 purchased goods value of 20s. of Mr. Farrelly for which he wa« to have rendered me an account as I supposed in the following month July. But I never re- ceived any such account and being very busy at Fremantle the matter escaped my recollec- tion, and the first intimation I had of an ap- plication for payment was early in September, when I happened to be one day in Perth, by the service of a Local Court summons for the amount not then of more than two weeks standing. I did then, and do now, protest against the use of the court under such circum- stances. It certainly never can be intended that it shall be used by cr...

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ROMAN CATHOLICS AND PRIVATE JUDGMENT. [?] [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 8 October 1875

ROMAN CATHOLICS AND PRIVATE JUDGMENT. i XËT A Tillan TO THE ISDITOR OF THE W.Ä. XIMBS. Sir,-Under the above4 heading appeared » letter in your issue of the 17th inst., signed J> T. Reilly who evidently seems out of aorte on account of Mr. W. H. Knight's assertion, which :"/ iMr. »Reilly calls "calumniating his Bomaa-.^ Catholic fellow colonista" What on earth did Mr. Knight say in his letter of the 14th inst, ? ThiB : '. That the Church of Rome denies to the laity the right of private judgment." ¡¿Mr., Reilly wants to know who told that to Mr. Knight, and who is his authority? Fiddle- sticks, Mr. Reilly 1 you know Mr. Knight is as right in making the asssertion in question, as you are in denying it. C is a Roman Catholic, and has received aid many a time from B, who is a Protestant, and Good Templar to boot ; well, B calls on C with a subscription list to raise funds to build a Good Templar's Hall. C tells him, "I cannot give you any thing or aid you in any way towards that purpo...

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OCCASIONAL JOTTINGS FROM VICTORIA DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 8 October 1875

OCCASIONAL JOTTINGS FROM VICTORIA DISTRICT. Summer weather has taken the placa of one ot the mildest winters on record ; not a single gale of wind, and only rain enough to keep the fci'd in good growing: condition ; water in some few of the gullies, but in none of the rivers; and what little surface water there is, will very soon be dried up with the present hot weather. The crops are looking splendid, indeed we have never had better ; but many if the heavy land crops would be all the better for a shower. Tbe return of our old and tried friend, Mr. L. C. Burges, was celebrated last week by a complimentary dinner given to him by the j settlers of Greenough and Dongarra, at the Hampton Hotel, when the chair was taken by Mr. Crowther, the member for the district, and the vice-chair by Mr. M. Brown the member I for Geraldton. After the usual toasts were disposed of, the chairman in a short appropri- ate speech gave the health of the Governor, which was most cordially received. On giving...

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COUNTRY NEWS. FREMANTLE PORT TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 8 October 1875

COUNTRY NEWS. FREMANTLE PORT TOPICS. The Rosette brings a report of a supposed murder of a white man by the natives at the North West Coast. It appears that John Shea part owner of the Rose, engaged pearling put his natives ashore, and the following day not being able to find them concluded they had runaway. Under this impression he hired two horses and taking a native with him set out in search of his native divers." Up to the time of the Rosette leaving Port Walcott, though Shea had been absent fourteen days, and had only taken one day's provisions with him, ne tidings had been received of his whereabouts, but the horses be and his native had gone away upon, returned without their riders, one with and the other without a saddle ; from this circumstance coupled with the fact of the small amount of provisions, Shea and his man had taken with them it is supposed the white man must have fallen a victim to the vengeance of the natives, who are reported to have threatened to taken his l...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OV THE W. A. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 8 October 1875

CORRESPONDENCE. To THE EDITOR OV THE W. A. TIMES. Sir,-I again take the liberty to ask fora little space in your journal for the purpose (as Artemus Ward has it) of remarking a few re- marks. Writers and talkers are most sensibly silent on the subject of duty on flour. Some corres- pondent of Dongarra seems to have had a dream however, containing or representing a tableau of a couple of thousand farmers leaving the Colony of West Australia with proud heads and stern countenances, while about 26,000 other settlers follow with bent heads and wringing their hands etc., etc. There is much ado about the proposed " Sus- tentation Fund,'' on which I think, after due consideration, I will remark a few remarks. (A. W. again.) Who writes against the Sustentation Fund ? Are they Church of England men or do they belong to other denominations? H the latter, let them remain silent altogether ; the subject is no concern of theirs ; if the former, let them provide for the much to be hoped for disen...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 8 October 1875

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS-FREMANTLE. Oct. 3.-s.a. Georgette, 212 tons, Robert Shand, from Champion Ray. Cargo-45 bags barley, 35 do. flour, 29 trusses hay, 32 lambs, and sundries. Passengers-Saloon Capt. Mit- chell, Mr. J. Sewell, Mr. E. Sewell, Mr. A. Rosser, Police constable Patten, Police con- stable Lawrence, Mrs. Byford, Miss Burton, Miss Anderson, Revd. D. 6, Watkins, Mrs. Watkins, (2) children, and servant, Mrs. Bridgeman, Mrs. E, Collins, Mr. R. Fairbairn, MÍSB Bastón, M. E. Clarkson, 11 steerage, passengers. Oct. 5.-Tasman, 79 tons, Ketch schooner, Greenland, master, W. A. Pasqualin super cargo, from Browse Island, loaded with guano, bound i or Adelaide. Oct. 5.-May, 26 tons, Makauls, master, from Bunbury. Cargo-1570 spokes, 31 bdles. shingles, 96 pieces timber, 6 kegs butter, 1 cask pork, 1 cask wine, 25 bags gum, 6 hides, 41 bags potatoes, 10 boxes jam, 10 bales skins. Passengers-J, Buchannan, 5 prisoners. " DEPARTURES. Oct. 4.-s.S. Georgette, 212 tons, Robert Shand...

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 8 October 1875

Sj}* iíístem iusíraüan ©imes. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, IK75. WE are very glad that an apparently sincere letter published in the open column of our last issue from an alleged immigrant has brought forth a quick reply irom Mr. DALE, the Immigration Agent, more especially as be is in a position to speak with authority on every feature of such a case. It seems from this reply that, whatever truth may exist in the si atements of this " decoyed youth," he has no right whatever to call himself a bona fide immigrant, and from other little circumstances we should be inclined to examine carefully any thing contained in his letter. In fact experience teaches us that nearly all immigrants freshly arrived, more especially if they have not travelled before, become home sick and melancholy, and look upon every- thing with a hopeless eye. We have heard a still more lugubrious tale than that of DIXON from various others; but while we acknowledge that new arrivals must expect to mee...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 8 October 1875

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. BUNBURY.-Oct. 5th Georgette from Fre- mantle 7-40 a.m. Same day-Georgette, sailed for Vasse 10-30 a.m. Same day-Annie Agnes, arrived from Fremantle, 9 a.m. BUSSELTON.-Oct 5th Georgotte, from Bun- bury, 1 p.m. Same day-Georgette, sailed for Albany 3 p.m. ALBANY-Oct. 6th, Georgette from Fre- mantle, 10*39 p.m. GERALDTON.-Oct. 7th, Clementina sailed for Dongarra, 7 a.m.

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