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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 October 1874

H es I »9 CONTROL DEPARTMENT. TENDERS (in duplicate) will be re- ceived at the Control Office, Fre- mantle, till noon of TUESDAY, the 27th instant, for the supply of the following articles, viz., Blades, Awl, Shoe, Square, No. 72 Buttons, Metal, white, 4-hole, large ... ...No. 720 ¿eather, Kangaroo, brown, skins 12 Acid, Nitric, Pounds 6 Axes, Shingling, No. 6 Charcoal, Bushels 120 Iron, Round, 1£ in., Pounds 560 Vr0.9 do., l|in., " 560 Matches, Lucifer, Boxes 72 Nails, Shingles (Fine) Pounds 560 Spirits of Salts " 6 Shingles, No. 30,000 r7in. x 4in., 25ft. long, Pieces 1 7in. x 4in., 18ft. long, " 1 7in# s 2f in., 20ft. long, " 15 7in. x 2in., 20ft. long, " 4 7in. x lin., in long Ljths., Ft. 20,000 6in. x 6in., 12ft. long, Pieces 6 6in. x 4in., Feet 300 6in. x 3in., 8ft. long, Pieces 30 5in. x 5in., 9ft. long, " 13 5in. x 5in., 7ft. 6in. " " 6 5in. x 5in., Feet 600 5in. x 4in., " 200 5in. x 3in., 8ft. long, Pieces 30 5in. x 3in., 18ft. " 105 5in. x 3in., Feet 1,400 3in. x 2in., in ...

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VESSELS LOADING & DISCHARGING. GAGE'S ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 October 1874

VESSELS LOADING & DISCHARGING. Gage's Roads. 'Formosa,' loading sandalwood and horses for Singapore. W. Bickley & Co agents. 'Fiizioy,' discharging cargo £roin London. R. M. Habgood & Co., agents. ' Empreza,' discharging cargo of sugar from Mauritius. J. & W. Bateman agents. ' Hîiwk,' discharging cargo from Mauritius, and to aail early tor Champion Bay, R. M. Habgood & Co., agents. . Charlotte Padbury,' discharging cargo from London. Padbury, Loton & Co., agents. * Gem,' with cargo lor- Champion Bay, from Melbourne, and to sail during the ensuing week. W. D. Moore, agent. ' Star of Jamaica,' discharging cargo of sugar from Mauritius. J. H. Monger, agent; G. Thompson, port agent. Garden Island. 'Emilienne,' loading with sandalwood for Singapore. G. Thompson, agent.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 October 1874

Chipping intelligence. ARRIVED. Oct. l8-Empress of China, 255 tons, Capt. Smith, from London, with general cargo. Passengers-Mrs. Smith, child, and servant. IMPORTS. Ex Empress of China-50casks, J. McCleery; 302 cases, £. King & Son ; 19 pkgs., order ; 1 cuse, J. Manning; 6 pkgs., J. Taylor; 100 cases, Barker & Gull ; 9 cates, L Samson ; 132 hhds., &c, A. Francisco; 2 cases, Stirling & Son ; 237 pkgs., order ; 100 hhds., G. Glyd« & Sou; 1 case, H. Brockman; 25 casks, R. Kir g & .ion ; 23 ctates, order; 95 hhds., &c, Barker & Gull; 5 cases, L. A. Manning; 1 case, R. Scott; 2 pkgs., R. C. Loftie; 6 pkgs., C. A. j Fane, 1 case, S. E. Burges ; 1 case, H. York ; 3 pkgs.. E. Robinson & Co.; 26 pkgs., G. W. Leake ; 6 cases, ti.. L. Mackenzie ; 2 cases, J. G. Elliott; li pkgs., J. Fleay ; 20 pkgs., H. J. ' Cooke ; 23 hhds., L. Samson j 14 pkgs., W. D. Moore; 219 pigs., 200 deals, R. M. Habgood & Co.; 14 pkgs., J...

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PERTH POLICE COURT. (Before E. W. Landor, Esq., P.M.) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16,1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 October 1874

PERTH POLICE (JOUHF. (Before E. W. Landor, Esq., P.M.) Fuidax, October 16,1874. Hbkbt Ashton, in the employ of William Kitt, of York, was charged by p.c. Carroll with being drunk and incapable of taking charge of his master's team, which was proceeding irom Perth to York. His Worship observed it was getting of too frequent occurrence that upon teamsters' arrival in Perth they got drunk, neglected then: employers' interest, and left horses and valuable property to the mercy ot anyone, thereby holding out inducements for robberies being committed. Sergeant McLarty stated that in this instance Mr. Ritt had com- plained to him of the prisoner's iucompetency and that he was compelled to engage another man to proceed to York with his team. Fined 20s. The prisoner, being unable to pay the fine, was committed to.prison tor 7 days, with hard labor. John Molloy,- a pensioner, residing in Goderich Street, appeared in answer to a sum- mons charging him with using abusivo and in- sulting languag...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 October 1874

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We cannot insert, hereatter, any correspon- dence for which we should be unwilling to assume the usual editorial responsibilities, nor. any statement ol facts, without tire name and condition of the" writer are known to us. ^

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BY Electric Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 October 1874

Bjr Electric Telegraph. Arrived 7 o'clock last night, s.s. Golconda, with Colonial mails. Passen- gers for Western Australia-Miss Hig- gins, Jas. Hocking, J. Pascoe, 3. Rodda, J. Dennis, Jos. Dennis, T. Burges, DeBoulay, and Geo. Simpson, Latest Colonial News via Albany, K. -G. Bound. Lohdon, Sept. l8. Mr. Berkley's appointment as Gover nor for Western Australia is contra- dicted. . Adelaide, Sept. 28. The Rev. Dr. Buchanan, Congrega- tionalism Minister, arrived by the mail steamer, to settle the Northern Coreas, Mr. Prisk, the President of the Miners' Union, has returned»from West Austra- lia, but withholds all information until he has reported to the Union. He speaks highly of the copper and lead mines. The Estimates have been passed, and the Appropriation Bill will be introduced on Thursday. The Moonta Mines has declared a divi- dend often shillings a share. The House has voted £250 to Mr. Ernest Giles, the explorer. London, Sept. 30. Sir Ja-nes Fergusson, Bart., Governor New Zea...

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BUNBURY ELECTION. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 October 1874

BUNBURY ELECTION. i.uaí3LATIVE COUNCIL. The electors of the Wellington district have had, on this occasion, a cLoioo of candidates. Mr, Steer« can no loader sa; that " Air. James Maguire is the only elector in the district that he does not represent," no less iban 72 others ^differing trora Mr. Steere's vie ira ; und had Air. "Stone personally canvassed tile district, or had he been, assisted by four magistrales laid.ig proxies on his behalf, nay, even had Le pub in an ap- pearance at the hustings on election day, different results might have been attained, Mr. Steere was proposed by Mr. William Spencer, as a fit and proper person to represent the Wellington district, which with the coiony at large ought to be ever thankful to Mr. steere tor having saved thera troui-your repoit^r ejuld not catch exactly what;-Mr. Spencer went on to lead lioio a paper, a general tirade of abuse directed agaiust Mr. Stone's supporters, and altogether loreign to the subject, but meeting the hearty appr...

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THE RETURN OF WELLINGTON. From the Inquirer & Commercial News. By Quiz. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 October 1874

THE RETURN OF WELLINGTON. From the Inquirer Sf Commercial Netos. , By Quiz. Yesterday morning our gay town of Bun- bury was ail astir; people i rom all parts of the colony might be seen rushing hither and thither, with fld^s flying and drums beating, ad eager to take part in a contest which, though last in point of time of those held, ii» this colony, was regard ad as firs! in point of interest, magnitude, aud importance. Yester- day a telegram was received ¡rum Albany, " All fun to yourselves ; the enemy is not com- ing." This whs at titvsr, regarded as a hoax, but was afterwards continued b, the ioilo.wng remarkable telegram, " He is not coining down, but coming forward." The enemy's officers could hardi}' believe this, more particularly as they had only had d< »patches some days pre- viously, anuounciut; that such was the fact. Naturally they were at their wits' end to know how to act. Information, however, was tiveu by spies, that a geuthin-.ui near the mill had recei...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 October 1874

S. S. "GEORGETTE" SAILS from Champion Bay every 4th MONDAY, under contract with the Government;-to -convey english and Co-' lonial mails to and from Albany. Pas- sengers will please note the ,postal time- tables, for the departure of tlie boat from the different ports. CONNOR & McKAY. August 8,1874. FIRST WOOL SHIP FOB. LONDON. THE well-known A 1 clipper barque "FITZROY," .Capt. Marsh, 573 tons, will sail tor London on or about the 1st Janu- ary next. Splendid accommodation for passen- gers. ,For freight or passage, apply to GEO. SHENTON, Agent. Capt. Marsh, will not be responsible for any debts contracted by his crew without his written authority. -Fremantle, September l8, 1874. For ClianrcpioBi Ray« nnHE A 1 clipper barque ± "FITZROY," Capt. Marsh, 573 tons, will sail _¡for Champion Bay on or about the 1st November next, and return to Fremantle a few days after arrival at Champion Bay. For freight or passage, apply to GEO. SHENTON, Agent. Fremantle, September l8, 1874. For...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 October 1874

Colonial Secretary's Office, . Perth, 8th September, 1874. * UNDER the provisions of "The Elementary Education Act, 1871," His Excellency The Governor in Coutu-il has been ^ pleased to appoint the following gentlemen to be Returning Officers for the various Educational Districts, the under- mentioned places to be the polling places for such districts, aud the following dates of election in oach District : EDUCATIONAL DISTRICT OP Albany Beverley ... Fremantle.. Geraldton.. Greenough . Irwin . Kojonup ... Murray ... Northam ... Perth . Swan . Toodyay ... Vasse . Wellington York . North : Roebourne returning officer. G. E. C Hare, Esq. W. Cowan, Esq. ... J. G. Slade, Esq.... Geo. Eliot, Esq. ... Robt. Fairbairn, Esq. Robt. Fairbairn, Esq. A. E. Gi ouse, Esq. J. G. Murray, Esq. W. J. Clifton, Esq. E. W. Landor, Esq. E. W. Landor, Esq. W. J. Clifton, Esq. J. S. Harris, Esq. ... G. DeO. Lefroy, Esq. W. Cowan, Esq. ... R. J. Sholl, Esq. ... POLLING place. Magistrate's Court House, Albany. ...

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 October 1874

The Western Australian Times SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1874. The approaching commencement of the first public railway in this colony sug- gests to us to give our readers a brief description of the course of the line and the country through which it passes. To those to whom that district is known the following extract, from the Engineer's Report, will give sufficient information ; for those who do not, we subjoin a few explanatory remarks: " The total length of the line that I recommend to be adopted is 33 miles 66 chains. The general route runs in a .Northerly direction, commencing on Go- vernment land at a point situate about 60 links East ol' the Water Police boat- house at Geraldton : then proceeding through a Crown Reserve until opposite the Wesleyan Chapel : thence along the centre of the Esplanade Road to the one mile peg, where it passes into and runs through Crown land between the road and the bay, until it crosses the North- ampton Road at the two-mile peg....

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 October 1874

Local and General The Georgette will probably have arrived during tue night, and will sail for Champion Bay at 10 o'clock this morning. ViCE-BEGAL.-His Excellency the Governor reached Dongarra ou Sunday, purposing to be at Glengarry on Monday, aud at Geraldton on Tuesday. The new quartz-cra»hing machine at Fre- mantle was tried tor the first time on Saturday, with perfect success. Good News.-We have received from the South highly satisfactory intelligence. The demand tor Jarrah is so great that the Timber Company have determined to lengthen their rail*ay, and have purchased à steam tug of 60 tons. Gold has beeu found in the quartz at [BlackwoodBridge. \ Horticultural Show.--Another of the an- nual spring exhibitions held under the auspices of the Horticultural Society takes place to-' morrow, and the general opinion expressed is that the affair, notwithstanding the "lateness " of the season as regards flowers, will prove á success. Certainly a glance at the programme of the prizes o...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 October 1874

NOTICE TO COJSRÉStfONDlSNTS. We cannot insert, hereafter, any correspon- dence lor which we should be unwilling to assume the usual editorial responsibilities, nor any. stateuiem of facts, without the name and. 1 condition of the writer are known to us; '

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PROFESSOR TYNDALL ON MATERIALISM. (From the London Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 October 1874

PROFESSOR TYNDALL Ouï MATERIALISM. (From the London Times.) It is probably part of the great change in the manners of this country that such an address as that of the President of the British Association will now give but little offence, and encounter little con- tradiction, even in the most religions circles. When the Association began, half a century ago, it was aware that it would have to brave as unreasoning an opposition as that which fertilized science with the blood of its martyrs at the great revival. Confident in tbeir cause, the champions of physical truth took small heed of their tongue, and presented scientific truths in constant collision with scriptural authority. In these days sci- ence is as decent and orderly as a regula- tion sermon, or as public worship itself. But it is also something-iudeed, not a little-that science every year shows a better measure of its own range, its own height and depth, and length and breadth. It is true the army which has marched up to t...

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 October 1874

% Hesta Strato Firnes. 80LUM NON MUTAT GENUS. FßlDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1874. THE Spring Show of our Horticultural Society has passed off with much success. We think'it .vill be admitted that, on the whole, it was superior to its predeces- sors. The prizes fell, with few exceptions, to those to whom they might naturally have been expected to fall, although, of course, the judges, having exercised their critical powers in the morning, were sub- jected to uuiversal criticism in the after» noon. The fable of the old man and his ass is somewhat musty, but we think that, for the future, much difficulty might be prevented on the part of the> judges, and much dissatisfaction removed from the exhibitors, if the conditions of exhibition were more clearly defined and more determinately maintained. We pass from this hint for the future, to the more satisfactory retrospect of the past, and to the recording of some of the more notable features of Wednesday'» Exhibition, and we think, as not of leas...

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ALBANY. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 October 1874

ALBANY. (From a Correspondent.) By this mail you will receive a report of the proceedings at a meeting convened for the pur- pose of acquainting the public with the steps which have been taken to form a company to work the Kendenup Gold Reef. The under- taking is at last fairly started, with every pros- pect of success. It has excited an immense amount of interest amongst us, and has tho- roughly raised as out ot our usual state of easy- going contentment. It will be in the recollec- tion of your readers that an effort was made last year to float a company for the same purpose. We were offered the reef .by the owner, on certain terms, but the information obtained with regard to it was not sufficient to give con- fidence in the result of the undertaking ; our own inexperience also in the management of such affairs was against us ; and although we determined to make an effort, the result was foreseen almost from the first. Now, however, we may, almost with absolute confidence, look fo...

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THE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 October 1874

THE HORTICULTURAL SOClEfï". The usual October Show, in connection with this Society, was held in the Town Hall last ?Wednesday, and was decidedly the best the Society has ever had, and may be pronounced an unqualified success. There was a very large and fashionable attendance during the after- noon, aud 1 think no oue went away dissatisfied with the way in which the afternoon had been spent. The exhibits in the floral department were much more numerous, and better than on any former occasion, and some of them, particu- larly the roses, would, I am sure, bear .com- parison with any grown in any part of the world. -Mr. Wylde and Mr. Burt were the chief exhibitors in this class, and both were highly commended by the judges for the quality of their roses. In petunias Messrs. Thompson and Howard were the prize-takers, and the j double OOM exhibited by the former wert much ' admired.. Some, particularly fine fancy pelar- goniums were shown by Mr. Webster, and had he confined himself to th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 October 1874

'.CONTROL DEPARTMENT/' TENDERS (in duplicate) will be re - ceived at the- Control Office, Fre- mantle, till noon of TUESDAY, the 27th instant, for the supply' of the following articles, viz., Blades, Awl, Shoe, Square, No. 72 Buttons, Metal, white, 4-hole, large ... ...No. 720 Leather, Kangaroo, brown, skins 12 Acid, Nitric, Pounds 6 Axes, Shingling, No. 6 .Charcoal, _, . Bushels 120 Iron, Round, 1£ in., Pounds 560 Do., do., 1| in., " 560 ,Matches, Lucifer,, Boxes 72 Nails, Shingles (Fine) Pounds 560 Spirits of Salts " 6 Shingles, No. 30,000 ^Tin. x-4in., 25ft. long, Pieces I 7in. x 4in., 18ft. long, " 1 7in. x 2|in., 20ft. long, « . 15 7in. x 2in., 20ft. long, " 4 7in. x lin., in long l¿ths., Ft. 20,000 6in. x 6in., 12ft. long, Pieces 6 6in. x 4in., Feet 300 6in. x 3in., 8ft. long, Pieces 30 5in. x 5in., 9ft. long, " 13 5in. x 5in., 7ft. 6in. " " 6 5in. x 5in., Feet 600 Ä" "j 5in. x 4in., " 200 < * 5in. x 3in., 8ft. long, Pieces 30 5in. x 3in., 18ft, " 105 5in. x 3in., F...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 October 1874

B. S. "GEORGETTE" SAILS from Champion Bay every 4th /"MONDAT, under contract with the Government, to convey English and Co- lonial mails to and from Albany. Pas- sengers will please note the. postal time- j tables, for the departure of the boat from , the different ports. ? CONNOR Â McKAT. '--"-August-8/1874. FIRST WOOL SHIP FOR XONOON. THE well-known A 1 clipper barque "FITZROY," _iCapt. Marsh, 573 tons, will sail tor London on or about the 1st Janu- ary next. . Splendid accommodation for passen- gers. For freight or passage, apply to GEO. SHENTON, Agent. Capt. Marsh will not be responsible for any debts contracted by his crew without his written authority. Fremantle, September l8,1874. For Champion Ray« rilHE A 1 clipper barque "FITZROY," ;Capt. Marsh, 573 tons, will sail _jfor Champion Bay on or about the 1st November next, and return to Fremantle a few days after arrival at Champion Bay. For freight or passage, apply to GEO. SHENTON, AgeDt. Fremantle, September l8,1874. For Lion...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 October 1874

pipping gnteUtgttict. AERIVED. Oct. 29-Georgette, s.S., 211 tons, Gordon McKinnon, from Albany, via Vasse and Bun- bury, with H.M, mails. , Passengers from Al? bauy-Mr. and Mrs. G. Shenton and child; Miss-Shenton, Miss Russell, Messrs. DeC. Hillman, Oldham, Irwin, Harvest, Howard, Simpson, F. DaBoulay, T. Burges, §. Rodda, Higgin?, Dennis, Pascoe, Downs, Miss Hig ging. From Bunbury-Capt. Wilkinson, Mrs. Gillman and family, and Mr. Stevens. John McOleery, agent. Cargo-13 pkgs. sundries, order ; 39 pkgs., Connor & McKay ; 3 pkgs., R. King & Son ; 14 pkgs., J. H. -Monger; 7 pkgs., W. J. Steward ; 8 pkgs., W. Snook ; 8 pkgs., J. M. Patton ; 3 cases, V. Birch ; 4 cases, G. Throssell ; 2 cases, D. K. Congdoo; 2 cases, Dempster Bros.; 9 pkgs., Harden, York; 24 pkgs., W. Edwards; 13 pkgs., 0. S. Monger ; 13 cases, H. Gray & Co. Oct. 22-May, 26 tons, Makauls, master, from Irwin River.- Cargo-122 bags barley, and sundry hides. SAILED. October 17-Rosette, 68 tons, J. Vi...

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