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Poet's Corner. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 3 May 1850
Poet's Corner. The following humorous description of the trials and vexations of a settler in New South Wales, was privately circulated in Sydney a few years since:— All ye on Emigration bent, With, home and England discontent, Come listen to my sad lament, And beware of the bush of Australia. I once possessed five thousand pounds, Thinks I how very grand, it sounds For a man to be farming his own grounds, So I'll go to the bush of Australia. But on the voyage the Ship was lost, In dismal plight I reached the coast, And was very near being made a roast, By the savages of Australia. Illawarra, Mittagong, Parramatta, Wollongong, If you would not become An Ourang Outang, Don't go to the bush of Australia. Escaped from thence, I sighted on A fierce bushranger with his gun, Who borrowed my garments every one, For himself in the bush of Australia. But Sydney town I reached at last, And then I thought all danger past, That I would make my fortune fast, In this promised land of Australia. S...
Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, April 30, 1850. Tenders for Firewood, Fremantle. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 10 May 1850
Colonial Secretary's Office, Berth, April 30,1850. Tenders for Firewood, Fremantle. TENDERS in duplicate will be received at this Office until 12 o'clock on Tuesday, the 21st May next, for the supply of from 30 to 50 Cords of Firewood, for the use of the Gaol Establishment and Public Offices, at Fremantle, to be deli- vered at such places and in such quantities as the Resident Magistrate may from time to time require, and to whom application is to be made for further particulars. By BLh Excellency's command, For the Colonial Secretary, T. N. YULE.
Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, April 20, 1850. Conveyance of York Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 10 May 1850
Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, April 20,1850. Conveyance of York Mail. TENDERS (in duplicate) will be receiv- ed at this Office up to 12 o'cjpk on Tuesday, the 21st May next, for conveying a Mail once a week, between Guildford and York, during the remainder of Etc current year. J$ The carrier is to leave Guildford at 11 o'clock on Friday mornjjfgf, and arrive at York at noon on SatJRay ; and to start thence on return, oyaHTuesday at noon, reaching Guudfpjdgp the same time on Wednesday. W^ PartiesTendering or anauthorised Agent to attend at this Office on the day appointed to open the Tenders, and each Tender is to bear the signatures of two respectable persons who are willing to enter into a Bond with the contractor, for the safe con- veyance of the Mail, and the due perfor- mance of the contract. For further particulars application to be made to this Office or to tho Postmaster General, Perth. By BZis Excellency's command, For the Colonial Secretary. T. N. YULE. Colonial Secre...
The Magistrates and Publican's Licenses. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 10 May 1850
The Magistrates and Publican's Licenses. THE Publican's Licensing Act of this colony, we believe, requires that before a License shall be granted certain conditions are to be complied with, such as suitable premises, &lt;fcc; however, whether this is so or not, it is generally supposed that the ob- ject of granting such licenses is to secure for the public, accommodations in the way of lodging and boarding, and that it is not to be considered as a mere permit for the sale of spirituous liquors only. In other colonies and in England,no magistrate wo uh^ grant a license without being perfectlysa tisfied that the applicant's house possessed such accommodation as would afford lodg- ing room to travellers, and in the South Australian journals we notice frequent in- stances of applications being rejected, be- cause the house either was not completed or was not of a sufficient size. We regret to hear thjfr needful precaution is not at- tended Co by Western Australian magis- trates,...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 10 May 1850
Sawn-Timber. TENDERS will be received until SA- TURDAY, the I8th of May instant, for the supply of about 8,000 Feet of Sawn Timber, of various dimensions, \o be delivered in Perth. j For particulars application to be made to Mr. B. Maycock, Perth, to whom the Tenders are to be forwarded. Advances to be made in the proportion of two thirds of the value on each Lot de- livered, and the full amount in Cash on completion of tjhe contract. Perth, May 8,1850. -4 W. A. Mining Company. "jVTOTICE is hereby given that the Deed -Li of Settlement of the above Company is now in course of preparation, and will be ready for signature on the 6th June next ; and parties neglecting to sign the same (either personally or by an authorized proxy) on or before the 5th August next, will have their shares declared by the Com- mittee of the said Company (acting under legal advice) to be absolutely forfeit. By order of the Committee, CHARLES SHOLL, Son. Secretary. Perth, .May 9,1850. N,B.-Parties will be req...
The Government Gazette. TUESDAY, May 7, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 10 May 1850
The Government Gazette. TUESDAY, May 1,1850. Much inconvenience having been felt by the Public, from the absence of unofficial Legal Prac- titioners from the colony, His Excellency has been pleased to sanction the applications of Mr. A Stone, Registrar Clerk of the Civil Court, and Mr. G. P. Stone, the Sheriff, to be allowed to afford Legal adrice and assistance in all cases out of Court. WEEKLY BEPORT OP LICENSES ISSUED. Depasturing Licenses. Joseph Logue 6.000 acres Swan. Joha Thompson 6,000 " Bindoon. Spirit Licenses. Samuel Duffield, "BridgeInn" Canning. Dog Licenses. m. Guildford. R. BettsJV A. Minchin H. Brierly** J. Rennison J. Higon W. HadtUl S. Hale : J. M'Gorman (2) J. M'Dermott (2) J. Leedom G. Shaw (2 J. Welbourne jbury. R. W. Clifton ^W. Walker W. Crompton (2) \\0 Too«_ John Delamere f Q8M£&& **° (4) W.Rosm ' (2) GTSWppard J. & Or. Gooch (4) Dake (aboriginalnative). York. J.Tfenworthy j G. Roberts J. Druit R. Cooke Publieation is given to the fol...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 10 May 1850
Local Intelligence. The tender of Mr. L. Leake for the supply of 6¡ tons of 20 per cent. Flour, at the rate of £17 per ton, was accepted by the Local Government on* Tuesday. The tender of Mr. Curtis to convey stores to* Champion Bay in the cutter Black Stoan, for the sum of £29, was accepted by the Commissariat. A correspondent at Tork informs us that the late rains have enabled several farmers to com- mence ploughing, but generally speaking *he land is not yet fit for the purpose. IMMENSE QtasrcES.-Mr. Grpgory,the gardener, of Barndon's Hill, has a young Quince tree which has this year produced fruit for the first time, some of which aro probably the largest ever grown in; this colony or perhaps in any part of the world ; beveral of thom, which we have seen, weigh l£lb ' each, and the generality about one pound each ; from personal experience, having had some pre- sented to us as specimens of extraordinary growth, we can testify as to the excellence of their flavour - when cooked. ...
COMMISSARIAT NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 10 May 1850
COMMISSARIAT NOTICES. PARTIBS requiring BILLS OF EX- CHANGE on the Lords Commis- sioners of Her Majesty's Treasury for £50 Sterling and upwards, can be supplied with them, on making application to this Office in writing, every Wednesday, at .noon. The amount required in Bills, the rate- of Exchange proposed^ and the description of Coin to be tendered for the Bills, must be expressed in such application, which must be in duplicate. H. C. DARLING. A8st.'Com.-Generalf Commissariat Oßcet ¡Berth. Nov. 6,1849.
GOVERNMENT TENDERS. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth. May 2, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 10 May 1850
GOVERNMENT TENDERS. Colonial Secretary's Offwe> Perth. May 2,1850. TENDERS (indîip1icate)twïllberecQWùà at this office, up to 12 o'clock on Tues- day, the 21st inst., for the supply of such quantity of Tool Handles of Sorts, as may be required for the service of the Gaols, for the current Year, the price per dozen to be stated in the Tender for each kind, viz : Axe Pick Mali Hoe Hammer. By His Excellency's command, For the Colonial Secretary, T. N. YULE,
Bunbury. From our own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 10 May 1850
Bunbury. From our own Correspondent. Thursdag, May 2,1850.-I am unable as yet to &nbsp; give you any further particulars connected with the native Duncan in confinement here on a charge of murder. He is in safe custody, and awaiting an &nbsp; examination before the Magistrates. &nbsp; The boy Pickering is also still a prisoner here. I trust the authorities at head-quarters appreciate the safe mode of detention in Bunbury, and that, when once handed over again, they will provide for him better than they did before. A small craft has been for several months past in active preparation by Mr. Adams, of this place, and will be fit for sea in about six weeks or two months. A gentleman recently arrived from King George's &nbsp; Sound brings no news of interest. The natives of Albany are frequently insufferable nuisances. They &nbsp; erect their huts in the very town, importune the inhabitants with begging in the streets, and fre- quently disturb the ...
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 10 May 1850
Miscellaneous. The following letter, addressed by Tho- mas Carlyle to J. C. Êtomons, and pubb'sh-. ed in a. work entitled Tactics for the Tima, a* reaards the Condition and Treatment of the danyerout Claise*, contains a bold sug-v gestion at regards paupers and pauperising We would like to know,how our parochial boards relish the proposal to mane slaves of their paupers. Mr. Carlyle says A penuasien if rapidly spreading that pauperism absolutely must be dealt with in some more con- clusive way before long, and the goneral outlook is towards waste lands' mid colonies for that object. Coneurringheartily onthoso two propositions, both the general and the particular, my own sad convic- tion is, that before either paupers can be " dealt with," or waste lands and colonies got to turn out other than infatuations and futilities for them, Go- vernment must do the most original thing propo- sed to it iu these time«-admit that paupers are really slaves, men fallen into disfranchisenient, who c...
The Thirteenth Year of S. Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 10 May 1850
The Thirteenth Year of S. Australia. IT waB yesterday, thirteen years since tlie writer of those lines, in his capacity of Clerk of tho Coun- cil, rend to about two hu ntl rod person», then nearly the entire population, standing around or in the shudo of a gum-troo on tho plain of Glenelg, stilt to ho seen there-a large crooked arch, remarkable for its appenraiu-j-his Majesty's proclamation es- tablishing South Australia tluï only Free british Prorince o,f 3îew jlolinnd. A dozen or so of ma-' rines of II.M.S. Ji-vff'alo di-churged several mus- kets in honour ol'!lio occasion ; a table manufac- tured out of boards supported on barrels-salt beef, salt pork, and an nidifièrent ham, a lew bot- tles of porter or ale, mt«! horrcsco tvferens, about the sanio .piont ¡ty ol' port r.nd sherry from the crypts of tho BvJJ'alo, completed toe official ban- quet which graced the advent of Briiioh rule to the shores rö1 South Australia. Yesterday, thirteen years, there were two hundred Europeans, t...
To the Editor of the "Independent Journal." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 10 May 1850
To the Editor of Vie " Independent JonrnaV Sir,-La Flour's lamentation ¡over the"1 fate of his ass was never-so' intense as has long been my grief for the miserable.state of my road ; I say my road because the public, in honor of my services, were pleased to name it after me. The fact of the road being acknowledged and proclaimed by go- vernment, ia indeed pleasing; and no doubt I shall eventually have the pleasure of see- ing it a splendid road, praised and acknow- ledged as such by its old opponents, and by all who may travel upon it. The opposition it long met with does not at all surprise me ; since looking into human nature,"I lind, and more especially among the civilized race, that the spirit of opposition and self-jmerest engenders the most bitter rancour that can be found to disturb the peace^of mankind. Opposition confronted our early struggles, while Inte- rest stood armed to the teeth, and Self, like all good cryers, rung his bell when he was paid for it. Interest, deprec...
Life Assurance. (From the Weekly Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 10 May 1850
Life Assurance. (From the Weekly Chronicle.) .Suppose you wore one of a crowd of 10, 000 persons, exposed t.i the random shots of an archer discharging 150 shuts per year - and each arrow destroying the life of a man. As you heard, moro than twice a minute, the twang of the sounding string, and the whirr of the fatal shaft-as you saw victim after victim smitten down sometimes on the extreme verge of the multitude-sometimes close by your own side-would not the preear.jusnesäof your life be very urgently impressed upon your If you havc'-n'wile and children dependent oii'Votir existence for their daily bread, would not tin» chance of their being sud- denly reduced to beggary by tin1 stroke ol' the next, arrow present itself with startling vividness to your minti. Yet such is. mu tot'm mutandis, your ac- tual case. Call the archer Death-his ar- rows, disease and casualty-the crowd, hu- manity, the hour, a year-and let the age considered (winch we have taken at ran- dom) he f>l2. and ...
Practical Christianity. (From the Spectator.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 10 May 1850
Practical Christianity. (From the Spectator.) DOCTRINE floats unou the uncertain wa- ters of language, and cannot but share \n. in its fluctuations as, the stream grows ' broader and more open to the winds of thought ; but there aro things more stod« t fast than doctrine. The spectator of the - world's lifo, through the last two genera- tions, cannot fail to derive consolation and ' support under every ^ioubt from observing the remarkable train of phenomona in the matter of ecclesiastical affairs. \Vo tire . not now considering any theological doc- trines, their nature and merits,-which is indeed a function that we uniformly dis- claim ; but we arc simply reviewing the relation of suely. matters to the external world, intellectual and material. We ob- serve that while controversy has not at all relaxed in its activity, it has lost much of its malignancy, on ill sides ; as if men, through all their dissensions, moro firmly united in tho faith that with the develop- ment of human facu...
The Harbour. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 10 May 1850
The Harbour. THE probable supply of convict labour for employment upon the public works of the colony, has naturally raised the question as to what is the most important and desira- ble work to which the labor shall be first applied. It appears to be universally con- sidered that no object is of so much rela- tive importance to the general interests of the colony, as the formation of a safe har- bour or roadstead. As to how this requi- site is to be best effected, different opinions are entertained: some desire to see an at- tempt made 1o open the river, either by a passage through the bar at its embouchure, or by cutting a ship-canal from Rocky Bay to the sea; others again deride this project, maintaining the greater feasibility and use- fulness of increasing the security of Gage's Roads, by forming fixed and floating break- waters to counteract the effects of those winds to which it is exposed. In considering these "projects we must examine the objections urged against each. To th...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 10 May 1850
HOESES F 0 B SA L E. ME. SAMSON will offer for Sale, by Public Auction, at Perth (at Mr. II. L. Cole's Enclosure), On WEDNESDAY, 15th May, 1850, at ELEVEN o'Clock precisely. Severa! BROOD MARES, COLTS, and FILLIES. Erom two to three years old. f^ TEEMS at time of SALE. Perth, April 20,1850. A bona fide REDUCTION of 25 PER CENT.! THE undersigned, being under the ne- cessity of retiring from business, begs to offer the remainder of his STOCK-IN-1 TEADE at the above considerable reduc- tion. The following GOODS will be found worthy of inspection, and the prices are well adapted to the pressure of the times : Diaper, Crimson Moreen, Haberdashery, Blankets, Slops, Calico, Drill, Towelling, Black Silk Velvet, Silk Dresses, Shawls, Cheese Cloth, Needles, Pins, Fish Hooks, English and Paris Black and White Hats, Navy and Youth's Caps, Men's, Women's and Children's Boots and Shoes ; Saddles, Bridles, Spurs, Gig and Hunting Whips, Corks, Scythes, Sickles, Pruning Knives, Drawing ditto, Americ...
America. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 17 May 1850
America. Sostile proceedings in Central America. TJie Isle of Tigre taken possession of by the British Government. Intelligence which has just reached us through New York, Í3 of no ordinary mo- ment. According to the American papers Mr. Chatfield, the British Charge d'Affairs to Guatemala, had on the 16th October last, arrived with an armed force in the gulf of Fonscca, on the Pacific coast of Central America, and taken possession of the Island of Tigre "in the name of the British ^ueen." The states of Honduras and San Salvador have each of them been guilty of outrageous acts, in which much valuable property of British subjects has been unlawfully confiscated, for the pro- motion of state objects, or wantonly de- stroyed to compel subservience to the views' of their successive governments. The state of Honduras recently, on some assu- med non-compliance with regulations whiuh it was not within its jurisdiction to enforce, ordered the seizure and destruction of some mahogany works of...