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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 May 1833

VALUABLE STOCK FOR SALE, AT MADDINGTON FARM, , CANNING RIVER. -oo A well broke draft Grey Gelding, rising 5 yrs. Black Colt, 6 months old. A Black Mare, well broke to the Sad- dle, rising 5 yrs. Bay Gelding, broke to the Saddle and Draft, 4 yrs. off. A Pye-bald Pony, well broke to the Saddle, 6 yrs. old. Gelding Bay Pony, 2 yrs. off A Pye-bald Pony, rising 4 A Cow, very quiet A Young Hereford Bull A Young Ox A Brown Heifer 1 Heifer Calf, 1 Bull, pure Hereford breed Several Goats, heavy in kid Application to be made to J. R. Phil- lips resident on the spot ; or, to J. Mc Dermott, Fremantle. PLANTED TWO sober industrious married MEN to settle at Bull's Creek, Canning River. FIFTY ACRES OF LAND will be given to each of them upon easy location conditions, and A CUTTER RIGGED BOAT of Three Tons Burthen, will be appro- priated for their use and benefit,- at very moderate rent,-for which there is now sufficient regular weekly freight to and from the Creek-to support one man, and a boy. J. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 May 1833

BIRTH. On Saturday the 11th Instant at Perth, the   lady of the Honorable John Septimus Roe, Surveyor General, of a son.

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 11 May 1833

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN   JOURNAL   We have not sufficient space this week to give a detailed account of the steps which have been taken to correct the aggressions of the natives, or to enter into the subject as fully as we proposed, we confine ourselves therefore, to a mere summary of the - occurrences of the week. On Monday morning a volunteer party, authorized by Government, went out in search ofthe natives, but have not   yet returned. We suspect they have failed in their object ; Yagan and three other natives having appeared on Tues- day morning at Mr. Drummond's farm, Midgegooroo and the tribe being in the neighbourhood. They solicited to be ferried over intimating that they would return in a short time, which they ac- cordingly did, bringing with them a bag of palm nuts, and some potatoes, which must have been taken from a garden on the opposite side. They went in the direction of Mr. Hardey's Enclosure, where they were seen by Mr. Drum- ...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office Perth, 17th May, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 18 May 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office Perth, 17th May, 1833. KOTICE is hereby given, that Harry Hooley Cockril has applied at this Offi- ce for permission to leave the Colony. By His Honor's Command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary.

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MARKET PRICES RETAIL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 18 May 1833

MARKET PRICES RETAIL Butter, (fresh) 3s, (salt) Is. 9d. ; Bread 4 lb. loaf, Is. 4d. ; Candles, Is 9d. dips. ; Cheese, (Sydney) 2s. ; Coffee, Is. ; Eggs, 4s. per dozen ; Salted Beef, 9d. j Pork, Is per lb. ; Pork, (fresh) Is. 6d. ; Kangaroo, Is. 4d. ; Mutton, our supply has been very deficient for the last three weeks. Bacon, Is. 8.; Milk, 8d. per quart; Fowls, 3 to 5s. Wild fowl. Pidgeon, 9d. ; Duck, Is. 6d. ; Swamp Hen, Is. Gd., Swan, 6 to 8s. Oil, 10s per gallon ; Rice, 6d. per lb ; Rum, 19s per gal. Brandy, 15stol¿; Sugar, 6d moist; Tea, 5s. Potatoes, 2¿d per lb ; Onions, 9d ; Flour 3 Jd per lb. by the bay, 4jd in small quantities. Fish, 3d" per lb ; Beer, Ale, 2s per quart ; Porter, Is 6d Soap, 2s. WHOLESALE Flour has been offered during the weeek at 201. per ton, and several purchases have been made at that price, a few tons have been sold as low as 19Z Wheat, 10s per bußhel ; Beef, per barrel, 5/ ; Pok, 7Z. Cattle, Working Bullocks, 24 to 30¿ each; Cows, 15 ta 252., according ...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. HIS HONOR F. C. IRWIN, ESQUIRE, LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, &c., &c., PATRON. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 18 May 1833

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. HIS HONOR F. C. IRWIN, ESQUIRE, Lieutenant Governor, &c, &ç., PATRON. -o SPECIAL MEETING. A Special Meeting of the above So- ciety, will take place at Mr. William's Inn, Guildford, on Tuesday next the 21st Instant, to take into consideration a subject of the greatest importance, to the community at large ; when a full Meeting is particularly requested. C. D. Ridley, Secretary. Guildford, May l8, 1833.

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INDIAN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 18 May 1833

INDIAN EXTRACTS.,. A private lette it "dated Agra, 17th Nov., states that, the l£* troop of Horse Artillery had arrived there the day preceding. On the following "¿ay an order from the Gov-General was received by the Commanding Officer to halt until further orders. " It is rumoured " adds our correspond- ent, " that the troops will be detained here for some time, and will probably be employed to make a show before the local Rajahs and the Burmese Ambassador, who are come to meet his lordship. It is not unlikely that it will accom- pany the Governor-General to Gwalior." Another letter from Agra, dated 23d ultimo, states that " there has been a great bustle there ever since Lord William Bentinck's arrival, no- thing but levies, durbars, &c. There are vakeels from the Gwalior. Dholpoor, and Jyepoor courts, besides one from Ava. We had them all at the ball given by Lady Wm. last night. The appear- ance of the Burmese and their ladies was ludi- crous in the extreme ; they are dis...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 18 May 1833

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. IS Mat. Lying in Cockburn Sound.-The Dart, Eagle, Auranzau, Thistle, Monkey, and Ellen, (Government Schooner). The MAIL for England will be closed at the General Post-Oflice, Perth, in the course of a few days.

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 18 May 1833

TU B WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL We have frequently had occasion to allude to the embarrassing situation many of our neighbours have been placed in, from the absence of a medium of accommodation, during the ebbs and doods-the actions and reactions-the uudeviating attendants upon the infant struggles of a new settlement. To shew that this Colony was not singular in its financial difficulties, and that our tem- porary sufferings were attributable to a similar cause to that which affected our sister colonies ; we have from time to time extracted from their several Jour- nals, differing on many points of general policy, but uniting on this subject in one universal sentiment. It is idle to expect that we can continue to the end of time, paying away our hard cash as we have liitherto done ; we must have some ac- commodation, either individuals must assist the growing exigencies of the times, backed by the Government, or a serious pause in our intercourse with other Colonies must ensue. We ...

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Fremantle, 13 May, 1833 To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 18 May 1833

Fremantle, 13 May, 1833 To the Editor. SIR, - As my friends may be led into an errone- ous impression regarding the case which was heard last week in the Civil Court, wherein I was Plaintiff, and Richard Lewis Defendant ; I beg to set matters right by explaining, that the statements set forth in your last paper, as made by my Solicitor, were all proved by competent evidence : whereas the statement made by Richard Lewis in his defence was unsubstantiated by evidence, and is denied by me. As the case is brought before the Court in another shape, I must decline enter- ing further into it at present, and request you will insert this letter in your next number. I am Sir, your obedient Servant, Wm. Nairne Clark. The following scrap from " a million of facts." we give as a further confirm- ation of the remark made by the Com- missioner in allusion to Mr. Butler's sudden recovery and perfect state of sensibility when he returned to the Perth Hotel, - " it might have been occa- sioned by the...

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AMERICA: BREAKING UP THE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 18 May 1833

AMERICA: BREAKING UP THE UNION. The territory of the United States, winding   along the shores of the Atlantic and the Bay of Fundy to the Mouth of Mississipi, embraces in its long arms every description of clime from the frigid zone to the torrid. The citizens are of every possible variety, from the grave and steady Qua- ker of Pennsylvania to the headlong Kentuckian. There are two stron g bonds of union among the several states-their common language and their common freedom : but nearly in all things be- sides, the points of difference between the South- ern and Northern States are so many, and the points of resemblance so lew, that it seem strange, not that they should contemplate a separation, but that they should have so long remained united. The people of the South Carolina have been the first to advocate openly an entire separation of Government, where there is, in the nature of things, an entire separation of interest. The Tariff, that most ignorant and ill judg...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 18 May 1833

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY HIS HONOR F.C.IRWIN, ESQUIRE, Lieutenant Governor, &c, &c, PATRON. -oo THE next Quarterly Meeting will take place at Mr. William's, Guildford, on Friday the 7th June, at 11 for 12 o' clock ; when a full meeting is particular- ly desired, an<i Members are requested to pay the sum resolved on at the last meeting, to defray the Current Expenses of the Society. C. Ridley, Secretary. Guildford, 16 May, 1833. SALE WITHOUT RESERVE, TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On the 18th Day of June next, 1833, «¿12 o'clock, Under a Mortgage Bond. ,K Weather-Boarded and Stone Noged HOUSE tnd ALLOTMENT, No. 50, situate on the South .ide of the Swamp at Fremantle, the property of Mr Charles Smith. R. LEWIS, Auctioneer. VALUABLE STOCK FOR SALE, AT MADDINGTON FARM, CANNING RIVER. -oo A well broke draft Grey Gelding, rising 5 yrs. Black Colt, 6 months old. I A Black Mare, well broke to the Sad- dle, rising 5 yrs. Bay Gelding, broke to the Sadd...

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CIVIL COURT, PERTH, 7 MAY, 1833 BEFORE G. F. MOORE, ESQ., Civil Commissioner (continued) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 18 May 1833

CIVIL COURT Perth, 7 May, 1833 Before G. F. Moore, Esq., Civil Commissioner (continued) Pingelley v. Thomas Peel,—for unlawfully de- taining books, tools, &c. by which the Plaintiff had sustained damage to the amount of 100£. The articles had been detained for 2 years. Captain Byrne—The Plaintiff was bound to the Defendant by an indenture, at the daily wages of 3s., but for the purpose of assisting him, he was taken into the Stores, and abused the confidence which had been reposed in him. The Defendant holds the property as a lien for a debt owing by the Plaintiff. On Captain Byrne's alluding to the circumstances under which Pingelley left the De- fendants employ, the Commissioner remarked, that the case had been decided by a competent tribunal, it was idle therefore, to spend any more time about it. His opinion was that under the peculiar circumstances, the Master could not have such a lien upon the property, as to withhold the goods until he was paid ; and certainly not on...

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THE NATIVES AGAIN! PURSUIT OF THE NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 18 May 1833

THE NATIVES AGAIN ! PURSUIT OF THE NATIVES. From a want of space last week we were under the necessity of giving a hasty glance at the steps pursued to redress the aggressions and murders, which we reported a short time ago, perpetrated by the natives ; we now renew the theme, although a painful one, and from the constant repetition, we fear tedious to our readers ; each succeeding paper containing an Article, headed " The Na- tives," and " The Natives again." We however feel ourselves called upon to notice the subject, and each successive occurrence as fully as our space will admit of, in order to correct the ex- travagant rumours which are daily propagated, and to shew at the termination of the week how far the idle inventions of individuals are founded on reality. On Saturday last, Lieutenant Carew and a party of the 63d, accompanied by Captain Ellis, Super- intendent of the Natives, went out in the direction of Monger's Lake, about 5 miles from Perth, where they bivouacked durin...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 25 May 1833

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. On the 13th inst.-Sailed, the Mon- key, and Auranzau for Java. Lying in Cockburn Sound.-The Dart, Eagle, Thistle, and Ellen (Go- vernment Schooner.)

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KING'S ARMS, HENRY-STREET, FREMANTLE [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 25 May 1833

KING'S ARMS, HENRY-STREET, FREMANTLE -cm Mr. and Mrs. KEATS beg to ac- quaint the Public that they have taken out a Lácense for their House, adjoining Steel's Hotel, where every attention will be given to the comfort of their Cus- tomers. %* Dinners can be provided for a few, and clean beds. Fremantle, May 24, 1833. THE WAR IN PORTUGAL.-The nature of the present contest in Portugal is totally misunder- stood by the British public in three fundamental particulars. In the first place, it is always as- sumed by the revolutionary press that Don Miguel is an usurper, and that the title of Donna Maria, as the daughter of the elder brother, is indisputa-" ble. But this the Portuguese lawyers proceeding on the constitution of their country, and the precedents of their liistory, deny. They assert that, by the law of Portugal, when a Portuguese King accepts a foreign crown, his right to the throne of Portugal ceases by the very fact of that acceptance ; that the father of Donna Maria, had acc...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 25 May 1833

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY HIS HONOR F.C. IRWIN, ESQUIRE, LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, &c, &C, PATRON. -oo THE next Quarterly Meeting will take place at Mr. WILLIAM'S, Guildford, on Friday the 7th June, at 11 for 12 o' clock ; when a full meeting is particular- ly desired, and Members -are requested to pay the sum resolved on at the lasi meeting, to defray the Current Expenses of the Society. C. RIDLEY, Secretary. Guildford, 16 May, 1833. SALE WITHOUT RESERVE TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On the 18th Day of June next, 1S33, al 12 o'clock, Under a Mortgage Bond. A Weather-Boarded and Stone Nogged HOUSE and ALLOTMENT, No. 50, situate on the South side of the Swamp at Fremantle, the property o Mr Charles Smith. R. LEWIS, AUCTIONEER. NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given, that Mr. J, T. GREGSON is about to leave the Colony in the " Thistle," and requests that all claims may be sent in to the Office of F. Downing, Esq., without delay. Perth, l8 May, 1833. FOR SALE AT THE ST...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 25 May 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary s Office Perth, 23d May, 1833. His Honor the Lieutenant GOVERNOR has been pleased to Approve of the undermentioned Rates being levied at the Ferry at Point Belches, and directs them to be published for General Inform tion. a FERRY CHARGES £. s. d. For each Person.0 0. 6. Horse, Mare, Foal, Ox, Cow, Calf, Ass or Mule .0. 1. 6; If the number exceeds three, the property of one person .0. 1. 0. Sheep or Goats not exceeding 20 0. 0. 2. Ditto above that number.0. 0. 2J. For each Pig.0. 0. 4. Two Wheeled Carriages.0. 2. 6. Bushel of Grain of whatever des- cription .0. 0. 1. Luggage of all kinds at per 100 lbs 0. 1. 0. An additional half fee to be charged on Sundays. The Ferry Hours between the 1st of October and the 1st of April to be from o' in the morning until 8 in the evening, and from the 1st of April to the 1st of October from 7 in the morning until 6 in the evening. Ferry Rates to be double the above if before or after these hours. By His Honor's...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 25 May 1833

TRI WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL THE inconvenience and anxiety which is occasioned by a continuance of the practice, of Captains* refusing either to bring us Mails-, or to convey them away, calls for an exposure of the characters, who thus wantonly trifle with our feel- ings, to gratify their splenetic humour, or to advance their trading speculations. Pratt, the Master of the Eagle, is one of those characters,-influenced we pre- sume by a Mr. Solomon of Fremantle, who ha* declared he will do all in his power to prevent the Captains from taking Mails ; to shew how much weight these worthies have, Captain Griffin of the Dart-and Captain Liddle of the Thistle have communicated to us their intention of conveying them-laudibly ambitious, no doubt, to be distinguished from those, who pride themselves upon their designing practice». We would caution Mn Pratt not to vaunt too loudly his intention to convey private letters, for although, we may not have the power ot compelling Masters of vesse...

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SPECIAL MEETING of the MEMBERS of the AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, at Guildford, on Tuesday the 21st Instant, T. N. Yule, Esquire, in the Chair. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 25 May 1833

SPECIAL MEETING of the MEMBERS of the AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, at Guildford, on Tuesday the 2lst Instant, T. N. Yule, Esquire, in the Chair. The Chairman stated that the principal objects in calling this Meeting were, to facilitate the money transactions of the Colony, and to deter- mine upon a suitable address to be presented to His Honor the Lieutenant Governor ; Mr. An- drews, however, would explain the business to the meeting more fully. W. B. Andrews, Esq.-I have been desired to - assist on this occasion, under an impression that I have occasionly been called upon to take into consideration the subject of financial operations, and lent my advice in cases of emergency. We were all led to understand, that the ar- rangement which was in existance on the departure of Governor Stirling, would not be w»t a^ide until we heard from home, and in rendering UTI accom- modation of the nature alluded to, it is highly necessary, that a proper notice shouid be given of its discontinuance ; if it...

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