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

EXECUTION. ln the absence of a Sheriff the warrant was directed to the Magistrates of the district of Perth, the duty therefore devolved upon J. Morgan, Esq., as Government Resident, who immediately pro- ceeded to carry the Sentence into execution. The death warrant was read aloud to the per- sons assembled, by the Resident, who immediately afterwards went inside the Jail, with the Consta- bles and the necessary attendants, to prepare the Prisoner for his fate. Midgegooroo, on seeing that preparations were making to punish him, yelled and struggled most violently to escape. These efforts availed him little, in less than five minutes he was pinioned and blindfolded, and bound to the outer door of the Jail. The Resident there reported to His Honor the Lieutenant Governer (who was on the spot accompanied by the Mem- bers of the Council), that all was prepared,—the warrant being declared final—he turned round and gave the signal to the party of the 63d [which had volunteered] to advance...

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DEPOSITIONS TAKEN BEFORE THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AND EXECUTIVE COUNCIL AT PERTH, 21st MAY, 1833, RELATIVE TO CERTAIN CHARGES OF MURDER, ROBBERY AND ASSAULT FREFERED AGAINST A NATIVE COMMONLY KNOWN BY THE NAME OF MIDGEGOOROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 25 May 1833

DEPOSITIONS TAKEN BEFORE THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AND EXECUTIVE COUNCIL AT PERTH, 21st MAY, 1833, RELATIVE TO CERTAIN CHARGES OF MUR- DER, ROBBERY AND ASSAULT PREFERED [sic] A- GAINST A NATIVE COMMONLY KNOWN BY THE NAME OF MIDGEGOOROO. Ralph Entwistle, a boy of about 12 years of age, being sworn, deposed,—About 2 years ago my father, myself and younger brother (since dead) lived as servants with Mr. A. Butler, on the bank of Melville water—another servant of the name of Smedley lived with us. The Natives had several times stolen potatoes out of my [Master's] Garden.—One night in the summer of 1831— Smedley fired at and killed a native, in the act of entering the garden to steal potatoes ; a short time after the native had been shot, one day while my Master was away, a party of Natives attacked the house. They thrust spears through the wattle wall of the house—my father was ill at the time— he went out, and was instantly speared. I saw the tall Native, called Yagan[,] throw the first ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 25 May 1833

MARRIED. ON Wednesday last the 22nd Instant, at Freman- tle, by the Rev. J. B. Wittenoom, Mr. James Trotter Gregson of Northumbria, Van Diemen's Land, to Miss Maria Bond.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 June 1833

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LYING IN COCKBURN »SOUND-The Thistle, Dart, Eagle, and Government Schooner, Ellen.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 June 1833

TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ' IN FRONT OF St JAMES S CHURCH, PERTH, ON TUESDAY THE l8 INSTANT. Part of the BOOKS belonging to the Western Australian Institution. The Sale to commence at 1 o'clock precisely. All Members to return before that time the Books in their possession, or subject themselves tp a charge of the full value of the books not returned. W.B.ANDREWS, Secretary,

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MARKET PRICES RETAIL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 June 1833

MARKET PRICES RETAIL Butter, (fresh) 3s, (salt) Is. 9d. ; Bread 4 lb. loaf, Is. 4d. ; Candles. Is. 9d. dips.; Cheese, (Svdnev) 2s.'; Coffee, Is.; Eggs, 4s. per dozen ; Salted I5eef, <)d. \ Pork, Is per lb. ; Pork, (fresh) Is. 6d. ; Kangaroo, Is. 4d. ; Mutton, our supply has been vary deficient for the laat three weeks. Bacon, Is. 8.; Milk, Sd. per quart ; Fowls, 3 to 5s. Wild fowl. Pidgeon, 9d. ; Duck, Is. 6d. ; Swamp Hen, Is. 6d., Swan, 6 to Ss. Oil, 10s per gallon ; Rice, 6d. per lb ; Rum, 12s per gal. Brandy, 15sto 1/; Sugar, 6d moist; Tea, as. Potatoes. 2^d per lb ; Onions, 9d ; Flour 3jd per lb. by the bay, 4 jd in small quantities. Fish, 3d per lb; Beef, Ale, 2s per quart ; Porter, Is 6d Soap, 2s. WHOLESALE Flour has been offered during the weeek at 20/. Wheat, 108 per bushel ; Beef, per, barrel, 5/ ; Pok, 11. Cattle, Working Bullocks, 24 to 30/. *each : Cows, 15 to 25/., according to the breed Sheep, 30 to 40s* ; Pigs, 3 to 5/. ; (roasting) 9s. Edited, Printed, and...

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May 28, 1833. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 June 1833

May Î8, 1833. \To the Editor,/ Sir,-The financial concerns of the Colony are now occupying the attention of the Settlers, and I trust-their <x>mbmed wisdom will cpococt some plan for the general welfare of the Settle- ment I was much pleased with the sensible .re marks of Mr. Andrews at the late meeting of the Agricultural Society .at Guildford, and hope' that the Lieutenant Governor will accede to the wishes of every settler in this'colony. If gen4]ejhen. are to support; the. present Bank by thëïFpersonal security, Jt is surely reasonable to expect that the discounting of good Bills should be resumed. By the proposed plan1 the Banker has the security of the first gentlemen in the colony. for the issuer of his Notes, and in returnv for. this accommodation he ought certainly to discount approved bills, which are now locked up in the depositories of the Merchants, and thus rendered utterly useless till the day of payment. If this is not done, the Banker will reap all the...

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THE NATIVE'S AGAIN!! [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 June 1833

THE NATIVE'S AGAIN!! Mr. Clarkson during the week, has again experienced a serious loss, by the daring acts of the natives ; a cow which was under the charge of Pearce, the Ferryman at Lylburn opposite to Fre- mantle, was driven into the bush a dis- tance of 9 miles, it is supposed before the natives could kill her, spears having been found about half a mile from the bush Inn, with marks of blood and cow hairs upon them. An active pursuit was in- stantly set on foot, and the few remains of the carcass of the cow were found, as well as the horns of another ; the natives however continued to elude their pursuers. The party came upon their fires, and tracked their footsteps along the beach, where it was evident they occasionally rested with their load, the sand in vari- ous places being smeared with blood. Another cow the property of Mr. Clarksonhad fortunately been removed from Lylburn a few days previously. On Monday last, a party of Natives from the Northward, who have for some shor...

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(FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 June 1833

(FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) In the present state of excitement of the public mind with respect to the movements of the pre- scribed natives, Yagan and Munday, perhaps the following sketch of a scene which has just occurred here may not be uninteresting. A party of native's under the conduct and authority of Weeip have been in the habit for some time of visiting several settlements in this neighbourhood, and having conducted themselves in a peaceable and friendly manner, passing harmlessly among our flocks and herds and cordially greeting our shepherds whether man or boy, armed or unarmed, alone or in com- pany on all occasions, many of us thought it better to endeavour to establish this friendly inter- course even at the expense of a gratuity which is sometimes burdensome — whether wisely or not is yet a moot question among us, and can only be decided by the event. On seeing a party approach the house, accompanied by my shepherd, I went towards them wholly unarmed as usual, supposing th...

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WENTWORTHS, NEW SOUTH WALES [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 June 1833

WENTWORTHS, NEW SOUTH WALES   -Here is also a bank, called "the bank of New   South Wales" which was established in the year   1817 and has proved of the greatest henifit to the colony at large. Previously to that period, a paper currency, issued upon the credit of individ- uals, and those for the most part the least respon- sible persons in the colony, was the principal cir- culating medium. To remedy the evil inseparable from such a state of things as this -"evils which, as-Mr. Commissioner Bigge truly observes, had become the subject of universal complaint, and has defied all the measures of restraint or correc- tion, that had from time to ime been applied to them, several of the inhabitants of the colony, sup- ported by the patronage and influence of the local Government, met together; and after agreeing   upon the great expediency of establishing a Bank drew up some rules and regulations which were submitted to and approved by...

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WEDNESDAY 29th MAY, 1833, BEFORE W. H. MACKIE, ESQ, AND THE REV. J. B. WITTENOOM, JUSTICES OF THE PEACE AT PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 June 1833

WEDNESDAY 29th MAY, 1833, BEFORE W. H. MACKIE, ESQ, AND THE REV. J. B. WITTENOOM, JUSTICES OF THE PEACE AT PERTH. Charles Gee was charged with stealing a quan- tity of soap Dr. Milligan, being sworn,—During my absence from home, on a visit to a friend, the previous evening I received an intimation by my servant that some soap had been stolen from the Kitchen ; as the prisoner Gee was suspected, I went in the direction he was described to have taken, and overtook him in company with his wife. The soap was lying on the ground, rolled up in her apron. I asked Gee how he could have been guilty of robbing me, after employing him so long ; he immediately acknowledged that he had taken the soap from my house, but appeared anxious to excuse his wife, and begged me not to take any notice of what he had done Mr. Francis Milligan confirmed the previous evidence The prisoner being called upon for his defence, said "It is no use to deny the charge, I did steal   the soap—but my wife...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 June 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office Perth, May 3lst, 1833. His Honor the Lieutenant Governor having learnt with regret that frequent unwarranted aggressions have of late been committed, on the aboriginees of this colony, by some evil disposed per- sons of the white community, has been pleased to direct the following Circular, which he has in consequence addressed to the Magistrates, with an extract of a pro- clamation dated in 1829 by His Excel- lency Governor Stirling relative to that race, to be published for general infor- mation. By His Honor's Command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. COPY OF CIRCULAR ADDRESSED TO THE'MAGISTRATES. " From iniormation communicated to the Lieutenant Governor, there being every reason to believe that the natives have of late been wantonly fired upon, and without provocation on their part, al- though declared by a Government Pro- clamation to be subjects of His Majesty, and consequently uuder the protection of the laws ; and as the inevit...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 June 1833

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL THE establishment of a School at Perth, from a consciousness of the whole- some influence of Education on society was hailed with considerable satisfaction, and its progress has been marked by every attention, and pecuniary aid on the part of its Patron and Subscribers. A new School room has been built ; and other necessary arrangements effected ; it therefore now alone remains for the parents of the children in this neighbour- hood to weigh . seriously the importance of giving a suitable education to their rising offspring, and, to assist the sub- scribers in working out the advantages; which must of necessity result from in- sisting upon their children's regular attendance at school-strange to say, either ignorance OF selfishness influence many parents ; and the welfare of the child is sacrificed for the paltry consider ation of trifling services ; however, as the opportunity is afforded of giving instruction to the children of this, and the other to...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 June 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, PERTH, 8th JUNE, 1833. Sealed Tenders in Triplicate will be received at this Office on Friday the 14th June, at 12 o'clock, from such Person or Persons who may be willing to perform the following Work : To alter the Chimney in the Council room. To build a Chimney in the Com- missariat Office, to make a Shutter, and repair the Saddle board so that it be water tight.-For particulars, applica- tion to be made at this Office. JOHN LEWIS, Dep. Asst. Com. Gen. FOR LAUNCESTON, The brig THISTLE, Captain LIDDLE, will positively sail on Wednesday next the 12th Inst.-All Applications for Freight or Passage, to be made to S. G. HENTY. Fremantle, 5th June, 1833. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, IN FRONT OF St JAMES'S CHURCH, PERTH, ON TUESDAY THE l8 INSTANT. Part of the BOOKS belonging to the Western Australian Institution. The Sale to commence at 1 o'clock precisely. All Members to return before that time the Books in their possession, or subject themselves ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 June 1833

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LYING IN COCKBURN SOUND.-The Thistle, Dart, Eagle, and Government Schooner. Ellen.

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THE SOUTHERN CELESTIAL HEMISPHERE, At Sydney and Swan River. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 June 1833

THE SOUTHERN CELESTIAL HEMIS- PHERE, At Sydney and Swan River. Astronomy, whether we study it as a science, or cultivate it as an art, embraces the destinies of the human race, and the mind naturally turns to the celestial phenomena that engage the attention of our countrymen in the remote regions of Au- stralia ; which, in the enjoyment of a salubrious climate, abounding in a productive soil, and pos- sessing the immunity of an insular situation, will probably become a more powerful empire than the American United States. England is nurturing the Australian colonies with unremitting watchfulness, toil, and labour. There never was so kind a mother ; and, whatever, may be the fate of the parent stock, its fame must be immortal. Our colonies will procure for the English language that universality which those of continental Europe can never attain. To the settlers of Australia the summer solstice, is on the 21st day of December, and the meridian altitude of the sun at Fremantle, on Swa...

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THE LEYSON ARMS, BULL'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 June 1833

THE LEYSON ARMS, BULL'S CREEK -oo- W. HIGGINS Respectfully informs the Public, that he has opened the above Inn, where there is "Good Entertainment for Man, and Horse," at   moderate charges.

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CIVIL COURT, PERTH, 4th JUNE, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 June 1833

CIVIL COURT, PERTH, 4th JUNE, 1833. BEFORE G.F. MOORE, ESQUIRE, CIVIL COM-   MISSIONER. The sittings of the Court have hitherto been held in the Church, but owing to the inclemency of the season, against which it is to be lamented, the present structure offers but little protection, the Court was removed to the Registrar Clerk's office. The Commissioner, who we were concerned to notice, was labouring under a severe indisposition, from a cold, taken during his last sittings, apolo- gized for the inconvenience in point of accommo- dation the public would suffer, but trusted in the course of a month or six weeks, (alluding it was presumed to the anticipated dispatches), the evil would be remedied. W. N. Clark v Rd. Lewis. This was an action arising out of the affray at Fremantle a short time since, which was the occasion of a trial for an Assault last court day. Commissioner-Do you mean to found this action upon the Jury not having taken the slander- ous words into conside...

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KING'S ARMS, HENRY-STREET,FREMANTLE [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 June 1833

KING'S ARMS, HENRY-STREET,FREMANTLE -oo- Mr. and Mrs. KEATS beg to ac- quaint the Public that they have taken out a License 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. Edited, Printed, and Published by CHARLES MACFAULL, at the Gazette Office, Perth TERMS of SUBSCRIPTION. IOs. 6d. per Quarter, if paid in advance, or 12s if paid at the end of the Quarter. Single number, One Shilling. TERMS of ADVERTISEMENTS :-For 8 lines, 3s. 6d and 3d. per line above this number.

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 June 1833

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OUR friends on the opposite side of the island feel particular pleasure in recording, their many instances of peculiar success in the curing of Beef' we feel an equal satisfaction, in confirming their report from positive observation and experience. The Beef imported into this Colony, of late, has been principally from Sydney, and in every in- stance which has fallen under our notice, has been of a very superior quality, indeed equal to any Cured Beef we ever tasted. This is an article of export our neighbours are sedulously cultivating, and if we may judge from the specimens we have had, we should pronounce their exertions perfectly successful. We have seen several testimonials that it will " hold out its warranty even in the warmest penal settlements of India," and we in justice to our friends, who are too ready to sup- pose that we look at the dark side of those Colo- nies, give them credit for exporting a valuable and important article of commerce,...

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