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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 17 April 1844

ALL descriptions of goods at present in the colony to be had on the very lowest terms at the wholesale and retail stores of the under signed, both at Perth and Fremantle. F. MANGLES & GO. T7REDERICK CROFT, Wine and Spirit JD Merchant, respectfully acquaints his friends and the public generally, that he intends open ing his new premises in St. George's Terrace, in connection with his present place of business, on the 1st May next, where he will have a stock of various descriptions of Genuine Wine, Spirits, Ale, and Porter, . ? which he intends selling at the lowest possible remunerating profit, and feels assured that pri vate families will find a decided advantage, as he intends supplying small quantities of various kinds at equally low prices. All orders deli vered in town with punctuality aud free of charge. Martell's superior cognac brandy, 18s. per gal. ' good ' ' 16s. ' N.B. The trade supplied on moderate term*. Also, at reduced prices. Flour, pork, tea, sugar, coffee, r...

Publication Title: Inquirer
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THE STATE TRIALS [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 17 April 1844

THE STATE TRIALS [From the ' Standard,' Jan. 6.] [From the Dtrblin Evening Packet.] Our contemporary the Freeman has produced n very violent article in his publication of this morning, alleging that a requisition to the Lord Mayor had been obtained from several of those persons whose names are returned on the special jury panel, and who are members of the repeal Association, calling upon his lordship 'to con vene a meeting of the citizens, to enter their pro tost agniust the approaching state trials us un jiut.' 1 The Freeman audaciously suggests that thfi f law advisers of the Crown were the parties who J caused this requisition to be circulated. That' the law officers ore prepared to object to any member of the Repeal Association being placed on the jury to try their co-conspirators, we should have every reason to hope. It would, indeed, be a mock trial to place upon the jury men who have associated themselves with the travelers in their political objects, and subscribed money for...

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THE STATE TRIALS. Dublin, Jan. 2. IRELAND. TRIAL OF MR. O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 17 April 1844

THE STATE TRIALS. [From the ' Standard' Jan. 4.] Dublin, Jan. 2. IRELAND. [Frnm our Private Correspondent.] THIAL OF MR. o'CONNELL. To-morrow is the day fixed for striking the special jury in the penrJinp; stafe proB^cutions. Th« Evening Post, which contains the following notices, complains of injustice on the part of the High Sheriff for not furmVliiug a copy of ih« jury book to the accused. This paper says the Under Sheriff promised, on Saturday last, that a copy should bo givrn this day, and (hat when applied to this day for it, he ' formally told tiu'tn no copy of the special panel would be given to the traverse?*.' It is likely, under those cir cumstances, some smart things will be said to morrow in the Sheriff's office : — 'QUEEN'S BENCH — CROWN SIPR. ' The Quacn v. Daniel O'Connclland others. u Sir, — Having been yesterday evening served with a copy summons from your office, purport ing to be signed by Walter Bourne, Esq., Clerk of the Crown, and appointing Wednesday, the 3rd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 17 April 1844

for Portland Bay tu fcatmceston, jr^Jt rilHE fast-sailing A 1 schooner iJJqS^ J ' Timbo,' 6 OSES* 123 tone, R. Jennings, commander. ?flgBISSiMM This vessel will sail for the above portB on Sunday next, and, being in ballast, ha* room for a few steerage passengers. For freight or passage auplv to C. RANDALL, At Fr ana title. April 16, 1844. ALL descriptions of goods at present in the colony are to be had on the most reasonable terms both 'a l the wholesale and retail stores of the undersigned. ALSO,— About 80 tons of strong oil butts, just put in perfi-ct repair, lying on the wbnling jelly ar Frwrnantle, purl ex Success, Shepherd, and Ganges. A quantity of the best Wallscml Coal, ex SlupIteriL Ex ' Ganges:' English Mare, covered by Mr. Cole's Suffolk liorsc. Seven pure Saxony Ram*. Two London-built Whale-boats. A Ship'u Gig, suiicd either for a yacht or passage-boat. A light jtrong Dpiinrf Gig (by Hammer & Son), with umbrella hood, 2 sets of harms*, and 2 bet-t gig whips, all...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 17 April 1844

SALES BY AUCTION, SHEEP. TO BE SOLD~BY AUCTION, By ZMEeesrs. F. SKangles &. Co., On Wednesday the 15th May next, WITHOUT RESERVE, A FLOCK of about 232 Sheep, now on the Wilberforce estate, amongst the flock of Mr. Jesse Cheverill, which is the best guarantee **» of their being clean. Application for particulars to be made to Messrs. Lawrence & Vigors, Perth ; or to Mr. Jesse Cheverill, York; or to the Auctioneers. Perth, April 12, 1844. NOTICE. I Hereby give notice to all persons indebted to the late firm of D'Arcy and Condron, that unless all debts due to such late firm be paid to me, the undersigned, as assignee of such debts, before the 10th of May next, legal proceedings will be taken, without further notice or delay, to enforce payment. W. DACRES WILLIAMS. Perth, April 12, 1844. NOTICE. In consequence of the warp of the Horse Ferry Boat al Fremantle breaking this morning, the boat is hauled up, and the requisite repairs will prevent her being launched until the ...

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SKIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 17 April 1844

SKIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Arrived. — On the 9ih instant, the cutter Venus, Thomas master, from Bunbury and the Yassc. Three passengers. 8ain« day, II. M. colonial schooner Champion, F. Hclpmaii, R.N., commander, from Bom boy. Hailed. — On the 14th instant, the cutter Water Witch, Leary master, for Bunbury and ihe Vasse. Fourteen passengers. In Hahbouk. — The Timho, Champion, and Venus.

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Dublin, Tuesday, ½ past 4 o' Clock. STRIKING THE JURY. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 17 April 1844

[From the ' Standard,' Jan. 5.] Dublin, Tuesday, £ past 4 o' Clock. [From our Private Com spondent.] STRIKING THE JUKY. A good deal of interest was manifested this day by the publication of the summons for the striking of iho special jury, which was fixed for 12 o'clock to-day, in the office of the Clerk of the Crown. The public press and stranger* were not perm it tod to bo pit-sent. However, go many persons gained admission ex qfficio, that the proceedings speedily transpired. Mr. Brewster, Q C., attended rs counsel for the Crown, and Mr. Kemmis, solicitor. Mr. Whiteside, Q.C , and Mr. Close, counsel for the traversers ; and Messrs. Mahony, Ford, Cantwell, and Garltan, solicitors. An application was made to Mr. Bourne, by Mr. Whiteside, for a copy of the jurors' book and special panel, from which the special jury is to be struck ; and also for an adjournment un til to-morrow, to proceed with that business. The learned gentleman proceeded to observe that Mr. Bourne was in Court whe...

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THE BATTLE OF MAHARAJPOOR. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 17 April 1844

THE BATTLE OF MAHARAjroOR. (from (Jie Friend of India, Jan. \8Ui.J Ix if fnmt'wIiHt siiigulnr that the (iuvprunr General who rMiifr nut it? jcfior* lii»rtjiijllitj to India and peat c lo AMi snonid have been engag- d In two wars, in less than -w« years, which have led to four pitch battles, independently of the buttles fought in the war beqneathed to him in Af ghanistan by his predecessor,— 80 marked is often the dif ference between |iromises and performances. The battle ef Maharnjpore, of which the mail of this mouth will convey the first intelligence to England, has proved one of the most sanguinary in which we have been engaged in India, as it will also be found to be among the I most unexpected. The unsatisfactory state of affairs at Gwalior, where a large dody of refractory troopB had sub verted the arrangements sanctioned by our government, and created a degree of anarchy which threatened the se curity of neighbouring states, induced the Governor Gen eral to assemble a large a...

Publication Title: Inquirer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE INQUIRER. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 17 April 1844

WKDNKSDAV, APRIL 17, 1844. Bv the arrival of the Champion from Bombay, *e have English papers down to the (Jih Jail , and Indian news to the lOih February last. Do mestic politics are represented to be in a state of entire stagnation ; indeed December is proverbial ly a dull mouth, at home, so far as politics are concerned, and the insignificant nature of the events of the last one U in full continuation of thoHHyin-r. O'CoHiiell'fi trial, the rosnlf of which is looked for with go much curiosity amonyr otirsii'lvpssi'eins not to i-Hve excited nny iiiicouuiiou attention, at home, ami instead of finding as we. iiml expected, *Iib Dnglish papers (reining viiili itiumiKh on the 5'jlj-cJ; ii would .'tj'jK.ai ilinf idej luvcdoijjui.dlv abstained from tnaUniz it matter of special cora nicnt. We have the bare facts narrated of the striking of the Jury, and of the fixiug of the trial for the loth Jannury, the particulars where of will be found in another part of this day's journal : but alth...

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 24 April 1844

MBTSOB,OX-OCXCaXf TA.BZ.S. Extract from a Meteorological Journal kept in. the office qf t lie Hon. tlte Surveyor-General, Perth. 1644 Tiin«.,'l'Ur. Bar. W iml. Weather and Romarkc. April 17 10 am 5P SOfiO culm Fine : 4 VM 63 47 SW f iohIi br*,— 18 10 am i« , 40, h,\E Mud. brz.— elrnr 4 i-M d7 41; E Nearly ctthn— ciear. 10 !|0 am 05 . aft NK Moderate hrx.- cmur 4 FU 73 3ii SIV ; Liplil Jiirs— luiu 29 lfl mi 70 , aa ralm ; Cloudy ?4 1 I va 7U *9 NNI2 Moderate— fina ?ii 10 am -!7 48 Nil , Light wiini— line 4 j»m 73 .SU N K Frt-iih brz. clear 'iS {10 *a 07 3X SW iiudcralt— clouy

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 24 April 1844

SHXPFXHCfr INTES.g.X&SKCS. In IIarbouu. — The Timbo, Champion, and Venus. Tim Timbo will Bail fur llio Mauritius positively on Snturriay next. The mail will leave Perth o:i Friday morning.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 24 April 1844

NOTICE. I Hereby give notice to alt persons indebted to the late firm of D'Arcy and Condron, that unless all debts due to such late firm be paid to »n-?, the undersigned, as assignee of such debts, before the 10th of May next, legal proceedings ?will be taken, without further notice or delay, to enforce payment. W. DACRES WILLIAMS. Perth, April 12, 1844. ? FOR SALE, fix teen Shares in the Wetter* Australian Bunk.— App'y to £. MANGLES &CO, Goods ex Cecilia, Vixen, Tlmbo, fee. On Sale at Fremantte, by the Package, at low prices* FLOUR, sugar, rice, pepper, sago, arrow root, ginger, tea Superior brandy, and low-priced do., in liogsheatli Sherry and Cape winea In qr. cackt Porter and ale in hhds. Saltpetre in bagB Cavendish tobacco Rennet* in kegs, cheese vats and cloths, innato Preserved meats and eonps in tint Spanish chocolate and cocoa Assorted jams, pickles, and cancel, petrl barley Stockmen's boots, sole and upper leather, bats, shirts Crates of earthenware and glass, pipe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 24 April 1844

Utilize fibers are respectfully inform fd, thut the Quarterly Subscription to this Juurnul ends with the present Jfo. 1 ? 1

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(From the Morning Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 24 April 1844

(From Hie Morning Herald.) France prosperous and tranquil is a sight over which England rejoices. Whatever jealousy of France we may occasionally express us the suspicion of ambitious projects fit across oar vision, England nevertheless looks on the material improvement and progressive development of France with uuminglcd pleasure. The greatness of France id as necessary for Europe as our own ; and as all nutional greatness not based on the welfare of the bulk of the po pulation 16 unsubstantial, the tranquillity and repose of JJurope are deeply interested in tbe flourishing condition of France. It is then with great satisfaction all clutwes of Englishmen will read the speech of his Majesty Louis Phi lippe on opening the French Chambers j for it authorita tively confirms tbe statements of the growing prosperity of France, which are so universally promulgated. And for what ami to whom is France indebted for this prosperity ? To peace — to a Monarch determined to se cure it that bless...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 24 April 1844

For Portland Say & I.aunceston, jrwC^f ni^Hibl fast-sailing A 1 schooner jg^, 1 « Timbo,' ugKHS^r 123 tons, R. Jennings, commander. ?8HBHK* This vessel will sail for the above ports on Sunday next, and, being in ballast, has room for a few steerage passengers. Foi freight or passage apply to C.RANDALL, At Fremantle. April 16, 1844. SALES BY AUCTION, SHEEP. TO BESOLD~'BY AUCTION, By Messrs. r. Mangles 6, Co.* On Wednesday the 15th May next, WITHOUT RESERVE, A FLOCK of about 232 Sheep, now on the Wilberforce estate, amongst the flock of Mr. Jesse Cheverill, which is the best guarantee of their being clean. Application for particulars to be made to Messrs. Lawrence & Vigor*, Perth ; or to Mr. JesBe Cheverill, York; or to the Auctioneers. Perth, April 12, 1844. Commissariat TTotice. Commissariat Office, Perth, April 17, 1844. SEALED tenders in triplicate will be received at this Office on Tuesday, the 80th April, at 12 o'clock, from such person or persons as may be willi...

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THE INQUIRER. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 24 April 1844

WKDNKSDAY, AP1UL2I, 18-U. ?' t«od, motliCT, 1 v.-U|, youM i,.t „„. an,| )in- B(Mld ulono then It Hin 1i, Imv.. «,1}- Ko,,d, let ii cine' vt itft-lf, and not kefp iliugiuij it, tliiieiiiK ii inn. uuu mj.' 1 St't'tt was the -;\daiij}iiion fif jIh- {(bi'o«.-)|.|/ica! i '?Tun; Luujjikin/' iind &ulL b iJn.- insi i ijiiiun j emlilaz ncd on the slandard of our Legislative Coi ncil ; the members of which, having perhaps b en informed by the member for Otiumcuin di^nitate, that one Antoninus was a great philoso pher, and that as Greece had seven wise men, so each had his own wipe saying, have fallen into th l slight error of mistaking Antoriiue for Anto ninus, and of having adopted Autonius Lumpkin as their example, and the above ?? modern sen tence' of his as liu-ir guide. We are in some respects sorry that we feel ourpelveb compelled to write in censure of. the Council ; but in these times, when the public has resolved to have a scape-goat, it is necessary to our safety that we sho...

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(From the Morning Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 24 April 1844

(From the Morning Herald.) An American President, like the leading tragedian Bt Alley's, ought to be chosen chiefly for the strength of his lungr, inasmuch us the chief magistrate of the United States is expected to deliver an annual Message, which, in spite of the national antipathy to taxation, mu8t tax Bt the »ame time hi* own mind and the patience of his auditors. Talking largely is a habit to which the Americans are much nd'Jii't'il, and we cannot be surprised that they, who seldom think of keeping their words, should be prodigal in the use of them. Mr. President Tyler has delivered nn oration which com mences with a pathetic allusion to ' the first settlement of his forefathers :' but not a word is 6aid throughout the Mcesa&e of any settlement being come to by his contem poraries — a point on which the creditors of America would be glad of u tittle enlightenment. We are unwilling to go through the whole of the Message, aud examine it phrase by phrase, but there are one...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. DEATH OF THE EX-KING OF HOLLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 24 April 1844

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. DEATH OF THE EX-KING OF HOLLAND. An extraordinary courier arrived from Berlin at the Hague, with news of the death of His Ma- jesty King William Frederick, Count of Nassau. An extraordinary Supplement of the Staats Courant says — ' At half past 12 o'clock, Co- lonel Spengler arrived from Berlin with the melancholy intelligence that the Almighty had been pleased to take to Himself his Majesty King William Frederick, Count of Nassau, on the 12th December, at half-past 8 o'clock in the morn ing. ' Nothng had given reason to expect so speedy an end of the life of the venerable Prince. He had been engaged in business that very morn- ing, and was found by his aide-de-camp sitting in his own chair, struck by a fit of apoplexy, and apparently dead. All the attempts which were immediately made to recover His Majesty proved fruitless.'' The deceased Prince was born in the year 1772, and was therefore at the lime at his death in the 71st year of his age. At an early per...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 24 April 1844

jfo dose Consignments! !! Messrs. Xi. & W. Samson ?^TTTTLL offer ar public auction, ar their T ? rooms, Pr:ith, -;ii Wednesday, the 1st ;May, at one o'clock precisely, ibe following .articles, at very reduced prices ?: — American flour in barrels, ladies' bonnets, .childien's dresses, &c. ; Tweed Chesterfields; ladies', gentlemen's, and children's boots and (ihoi's, of superior London make, in trunks; .fc.up.Tior hogdtin ladies' and gentlemen's saddles ; jjig, tandem, and pony banners ; Iiii?li rose Cork and Adelaide butter in small packages, bottled ale and porter, books, k,c, &c, &,c. IVnll- A'ril g3' J?5i: ? NOTICE. ''jVTOTIOE is hereby given, that by a certain 1* ludeuture of Assignment, bearing date the (6ih day of April instant, and m«de between Thomas HeMrr, of the Carmine River, on the one part, and W. K. Oakley, ot Pinjtirra, on the other pari, the euid Thomas Hester, lor I he coti Hderatimie (herein ttifiutioneil, did assign Jo W. J3. Oakley...

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THE GREAT CHESS MATCH AT PAR . [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 24 April 1844

THE GREAT CHESS MATCH AT PARIS   The following are the moves of the Slat and conclndtoff game of this interesting contest. M. Saint Amant had (he move, and played the white. The time occupied by this game was in all nearly 14 hours. The match stood thus at its termination :— Eleven games to Mr. Staunton, six to M. Saint Amant, and four draws.       M. St. A. ? Mr. S. ?? ? '?* ?''? 1. QPtwo QPtwo 2. Q B p two K P one 8. K P one ? QBP two 4. QKttoB3d KKttoBSd 5. K Kt to B 3d K B to K 3d 6. K B to Q Sd Q Kt P one 7. Castles Castles 8. QKtPone QBtoQKtSd 9. QBP takes P K P takes P 10. QtoQB2d QKttoQB3.i 11. Q Ft Pone Q R P one 12. K R to Q eq QBP takei P 13. P takes P K R P one 14. QKt Pone K B to Q 34 15. K R to Ksq Q Kt Pone 16. K R P one Q R to Q B tq 17. Q to QKt 3d QtoQB2d 18. Q B to Q 2d Q to Q. Kt 3d 10. Q B to K 3d Q Kt to K 3d 20. Q R to Q B sq K Kt to K R 4th 21. Qtohersq K Kt to K B 3rd 22. K Kt to K R 4th Q R to Q B 2d 23. Q...

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