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PERTH POLICE COURT. (Before E. W. Landor, Esq., P.M.) MONDAY, OCT. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 October 1874

PERTH POLICE COURT. {Before E. W. Landor, Esq., P.M.) MONDAY, OCT. 19. ROBERT JONES, tue man that was charged before this Court a le.v days since, with bur- glariously entering the dwellinghouse of Mr. ünttnaü, and subsequently admitted to bail on tua own recognizances to appear when called upon, _ was now charged by Corpl. Archdeacon witti riding on a team, when in a state of in- toxication, to the great danger of his life. Fined 2Us., or 7 days imprisonment. The fine was paid. GKOUOS KEENE was charged by p.c. Morris son with being drunk and incapable on the night ot Saturday last. Mr. Griffiths, furniture dealer, stated the prisoner was employed by him, and, generally speaking, was a sober and weil conducted man, äergc. McLarty reminded Uis Worsnip that tile prisoner in June last was convicted lor a similar offence, aud adjudged to pay a fine of ôs., which, however, had not been paid, altbougb, according to his masters' statement, neewaa a sober, well-conducted man. and earning go...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT ALBANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 October 1874

PUBLIC MEETING AT ALBANY'. A public meeting oí the inhabitants o( the Plantagenet Distiict, and others interested in the tormation of a company, to work the quartz reef lately discovered at Kendenup, was held at the Court House, Albany, on Tuesday, 6th Oct., 1874. About 200 persons were pre- sent. Mr. W. C. Clifton, a.ent to the P. & O. S. N. Co., being voted to the chair, and well received, said : Gentlemen, you are all aware of the object that has, brought us together to-uight. I will therefore proceed to lay before you every detail with regard to the enterprise which we are desirous to set on foot. I am particularly anxious that everybody should clearly under- stand and kuow all that has been done by the promoters and provisional directors of the pro- posed Standard Gold Miuing Company, that the public m.iy have no cause to say hereafter that anything has been done otherwise than in the ino>t open aud straightforward manner. First of all I will read you the prospectus ...

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

11 - '?'*'.: ; Cotaniat Secretary'* Qfflc&¿ ':> '~ ?.*,.'. Perth; M September, 1874.' UNDER the provisions of " The Elementary Education Act, .1871," His Excellency The Governor m Council has-been plea« " " . mentioned pleased to appoint the following gentlemen to be Returning Officers for the various Educational Districts, the under ioned places to be the polling places for such districts, and the following dates, of election in each District :-. - " " EDUCATIONAL DISTRICT OP ALBANY BEVERLEY ... FREMANTLE.. GERALDTON.. GREENOUGH.. IRWIN . KOJONUP ... MURRAY ... NORTHAM ... PERTH... ... SWAN . TOODYAY ... VAÓSE . WELLINGTON YORE . 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. Grouse, Esq. J. G. Murray, Esq. . W. J. Clifton, Esq., . E.'W. Landor, Esq. E. W. Landor, Esq. ., W. J. Clifton, -Esq.?$^?, J. S. Harris, î<sq. ...;'., G. ...

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IN THE COURT OF BANKRUPICY. (Before R. C. Loffie, Esq., the Registrar.) WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1874. IN BE GILLMAN, OF BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 October 1874

IN THE COUKT OF üAJNÜroi/í'J.oJÍ. (Before R. C. LoJ'tie, Esq., the Registrar.) WEDNESDAY, OCTOBKE. 21, lö74. IN BE GILLMAN, OF buNBo-ttv. To-day being appointed for the examination of the insolvent as to the liabilities, disposal, and other matters connected with his estate, Mr. G. W. Leake, on behalf of Mr. H. Albert, of Fremantle, and other creditors, subjected the insolvent to a minute and most searching investigation, for nearly three hours, to which, in many instances, very evasive answers were given. The learned counsel reminded Gillman mat he had been sworn, and was then on his oath, and to be very careful in his replies and statements, or in all probability his attendance at this court would be again required, but in a different position to which he then appeared. The lurther hearing was adjourned until Thurs- day, November 12tu proximo._

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MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 October 1874

Mair mim Mails for transmission- by Coasting Mail Steamer for Europe, India, Gape ot Good Hope ¿be..; the Australian Colonies, New Zealand, and Tasmania, will close as under . At the General Post Offise, Perth, on Wed- nesday, Nov. 4th, at li a.m. ?" At Geraldton, Champion Bay» on Sunday, November 1st, at 2 p.m. At Fremantle, on Wednesday, Nov. 4fa ^ 2 p.m. a.m. At Busselton, on Thursday, Nov. 5tb, at 2 p.m. At the, General Post Office, Perth ..-Money Orders for transmission by the above convey» ance will be issued on the United Kingdom, the Australian Colonies, New Zealand and TasuVania, up to IX a.m. on -Tuesday, to« 3rd November. Letten for Begistration must be posted ona hour before the closing of the Mails, Late Letters, on payment of a fee of 6d., may be posted one hour before the dosing of the i Newspapers, must be posted one hoar before the dosing-of "the Mails, otherwise they wül dot be forwarded'until tWiiézt mau. ?t-ÉSÉB*""É

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 October 1874

NOTICE. TO. C'OßßESrONQENTS. We cannoc insert, hereatter, any correspon- dence tor which we should be unwilling to assume the usual editorial responsibilities, nor any statement ol tacts, without the name and condition ol'the« writer aye known to us. . $ We regret that we cannot insert Mr. Brown s letter. . _ '

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REGISTER of Thermometer at Greenough do[?] the month of september, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 October 1874

"D EQ1STBB of Thermotoste* tXQneucngb» ¿»Mf . the :** ¿ month oí september, JW«.;" «' ' ».. \ Daté. ?\Y-».."::*J'!Ï At 7..S:in. ^óOtt. At 4 'Km. Abstract. Sept, r <> 5 :: I ?.?"? * ,', IO ¿. 11 T .. . « ,, 13 »...-M. ., " », 16, , M >7 " is .. 19 » 20 " 31 " S3 » » .. * " 26 .» 27 . .,. 28 - " 29 ,. 30 "'?»'? ?-fi""' <-?'-..48V 49 cr: . 60 - -.os* 61 .61;.-' .49 ? J» ? * '60 .?'. '-<.* :. 4».... . eo , ?.»??.? .tar 60 . ;««.<.. :' 63 ??. 65 * :49. C1 ?'. 6* . 64 .. .sa', :. w . ."5Sf 69 - .....64 ? 69 65 66 60 65 87 Si 65 «S S 65 6« 65 67 66 67 69 67 66 68 . 60 68. 56 69 65 6» > 6» «S 69 61 60 60 70 «6 68 6» W 64 riflr-«^-* .67 61 -68 63 «4 61 64 65 65 66 «7 66 68 REOISTIB of Bsrometèr st Greenoogn, dntàw fcb» mon* of September, I874.W. . ^ -T? T Pate. : = -AtV 7 a.m. ¿At f;**¡£ Noon. J 4 p jü.-: AUtfwt. ~Ui* Sept. 29*40 30-08 30*2Jl; .30*24 30*20 30-12 80*03 30*02 30*04 30-1-4 30*18 ,i 13 i 30*08 13 30*20 14 80*26 1« 80*30 16 30*...

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THE BANQUET OF BLOOD. AVEGETARIAN LAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 October 1874

THE BANQUET OF BLOOD. AVEOBTABIAN LAT. A cockroach crawled o'er a baker's shelf. Waving his horns, and looking for pelf; The baker upon his broad board below. Was kneading and rolling about the dough. The board received such terrible thumps, As the baker's rolling pin struck the lumps, The shelf was shaken, the cockroach fell Ah where? The baker he could not tell ! Into the oven, deep in the dough. Stern fate would have the cockroach go. Dead and buried, his fate unknown. Perished the cockroach all alone. A napkin lay where a feast was spread. In its midst a bit of dainty bread, A lovely lady, with hands most fair, TJnravelTd the napkin lyiug there. Soups, fish, and birds, of many a kind, A pig with skeivers, its joints to bind ; A rabbit with parsley stuck on his nose. And snipes and wallabys all laid in rows. Huge limbs of pork, beef, mutton, and veal, Were sliced by the flourish of sharp edged steel; The well changed plates were borne round. By valets in coats with gilt lace boun...

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 October 1874

% testent 3lustraliui fees. 80LUM NON MÜTAT OBNUS. TUESDAY, 0*JÍOi31üi¿ 27, 1874. WE reprint a portion -of an article from the Melbourne Argus, to shew that, by the party which that' paper represents, the Upper House is esteemed an essential part of the Legislature, and without it the British model, which, we repeat, is the only model of Responsible Govern- ment, would be imperfect.- To their ex- perience it is obvious though, it may not be to the inexperience of some among us, that Responsible Government, with only one Chamber, would be a delusion and a snare. The true reason why the Second Cham- ber was adopted was " the reason whioh has induced English-speaking men all over the world to adopt it," and we truss that the little colony of Western Austra- lia will do so, " even under every disad- vantage." We would draw attention to another fact resulting from our neighbours colony's experience, viz., that "after the lapse of a few years," the property quali- fication, whether for me...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 October 1874

? CohnialSeérdarvi, Ornee, '.'?.£ '**;''-- >".. >; . .. '? :: - :"_-.:. ?'.-.?..-. ' ": PerOt; ^Sept^mh&r, I874r '.?-,. ' " ':?"' : " '.. '. ?-- : - ".?'?.' .? .?.' :. ?", "* '."? :. ' ??' ''? '? ''?'?"?'? '. .' *V o . !'-. K ' :'- . .?? &.*' UNDER the provisions of " The Elementary Education Act, 1871," His Excellency The, Governor inl Council ~has been pleased to appoint the following gentlemen to be Returning Öüicers -for the various Educational rDistncts, the under inöntiöned places to be the polling places for such districts, and;.the following dates of election in each District z-^; .. ; !? EDUCATIONAL DISTRICT OF 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. ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 October 1874

Shipping Intelligence ARRIVED. Oct. 26—s.s. Georgette, 211 tons, McKinnon, Master from Champion Bay. Passengers ia Cabin—Messrs. N. Josephs, W. Vincent. J. R. Jones, G. Baston, jun., R. Hardey, J. Morrison, P. Gugeri, W. S. Pearse, Mr. Roe, J. McMurray, G. Forsythe, Miss Gray. Steerage—H. Fay,   J. Halliday, T. Bryan, M. Bryan, Mr. Bryan, M. Mannix, A. Smith, L. Peter, T. Games, Mr. R. Houston, Mr. Stewart, Mr. Odgers, J. Farrell, 3 natives, H. Ridges, and T. Sander- son. Cargo— 94 trusses hay, 17 hides, and 1 calfskin, 20 lambs, 13 bags potatoes, 2 casks pork. 1 case, 2 parcels, 2 boxes, and I bdl iron. SAILED. Oct. 23—Arabian, 24 tons, Brotchie, master, for Champion Bay, Cargo—2 pkgs. Same day—Hawk, brigantine, 196 tons, C. Belbin, master, for Champion Bay, Passen-   gers - F. Luke, G. Roe, E. Bossanko, H. Bossanko, J. Mills, W. Mills, J. Stapleton, M.     Whitburn, J. Collins and J. Tapper. Cargo— 1 case, 3 kegs, 3 loads timber ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 October 1874

H fifi -- >----»:? .: ~ *?-?.« - *''' f^-""i - . <r?'?-»' ..." ^»i» fPEXn>Q0^(iil'dnpliÍBatQ)-. will. be. re* X j eeivéd^at the iGonftpl XP«e, Fre inantle¿ tpnopn of:TÜESP^ the27t5 instant, fer^thWSupply orShji following articles, via.» Blades, Awl, Sh$e, Square, ïïp. , 72 Buttons, Metal, v white, ...4-hole, largo^ .,. . ..,#o. 720 Leather; Kangaroo, brown, skins . 12 Acid, Nitric, Pounds . 6. Axes, Shingling, No. 6. Charcoal, Bushels 120 Iron-Bound, 1¿ in., Pounds 560 Do., ~. ,do., liiiw «.-,;. ßoO Matches, Lucifer,: . Boxes 72 Nails; Shingles (Fine) Pounds 560 Spirifcs'okSalts " - 6 Shingles, - : ?;,> No,.30,000 tfftn. x-4ioif-25ft. long, Pieces . >. 1 7in; x4in., 18ft. long, "; 1 7in; x «Jin;, 20ft; Jong,- * 15 7in. x2in., 20ft. long, ?' . 4 7in. x Hn,, in long l¿ths" Ft. 20,000 6in. x 6in., 12ft. long, Pieces . 6 6in. x4in., " Feet 300 6in. x 3in., 8ft.- long, Pieces 30 5in. x 5in., 9ftv long* ?-? -«? -, 13 5in. x 5in., 7ft. 6in. «< " 6 iiÜ4iu.:...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 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 the boat from the different ports. - - CONDOR & MCKAY. August 8,1874. FIRST WOOL, SHIP FOR 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 no1, be responsible for any debts contracted by his crew without his written authority. Fremantle, September l8, 1874. For Champion Ray« FT1HE A 1 clipper barque 1 "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, Agent. Fremantle, September l8,1874. For LiOiif...

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THE PAST SESSION OF THE IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. (From the Spectator.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 October 1874

THE PAST SESSION OF THE IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. (From the Spectator.) The main result of the session bau been to dissipate the belief that the Tories will enjoy a very long tenure of power. It Deemed, when the Quote's Speech was read, aft if the stars in their conrees i'ï'.yri:»:?"' y- *ft~¿C- -»¿v-f- ..'.>/£..«. X-f. fought for tile Conservatives, as if every element of success had been placed in their hand*?, as if the country were on the eve of one of those long, steady, and rather high-handed administrations by which her historv since 1688 has occasion* ally been marked. The reaction, was very strong, the new Cabinet very compact and solid, the promises of the Queen's Speech very satisfactory to au electorate anxious, as it seemed, for strong govern- ment, and steady bat slow advance. A Ministry of administrators, headed by a great master of political strategy, with the disposal of an enormous surplus, and enjoying an appreciative tolerance even from Liberal opinion, could not, ...

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THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT TO CHAMPION BAY. (By our Special Reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 October 1874

THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT TO CHAMPION BAY. (By our Special Beporter.) It seemed just as likely, on the eve of the day fixed for inaugurating the series of démonstrations which the inhabitants of the Victoria district were anxious and ready to make on'tile occasion of Gover- nor Weld's farewell visit, that the weather would be dark and dismal, as that it would be cheery and bright. Soon after sunset on Wednesday evening the sky became overcast with heavy masses of Bortentious-looking clouds, and when at two o'clock on Thursday morning the Georgette, with its numerous freight of visitors from Perth, Fremantle, and other parts of the colony, anchored in the Bay, there was every appearance -\o( the day proving a rainy one. The re . vflection that external nature does not sympathise with human hopes, joys, and sorrows, is well known to the moralists, being indeed as old as it is sad, and as trite as it is true. But somehow, if the sun had not shone as it did shine on Thursday, the 22nd inst.-...

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PERTH POLICE COURT. (Before E.W.Landor, Esq., P.M.) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23,1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 October 1874

PERTH POLICE COURT. (Before E.W.Landor Esq., P.M.) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23,1874. JOHN Peacy a journeyman baker, was brought up charged with committing an inde-     cent assault on a little child only six years of age. William Gilbertson, a pensioner, was the only-witness called to give evidence, which was considered by the bench quite sufficient to commit the prisoner to 18 month's imprison-   ment with hard labor, intimating at the same time, it was not the first time he had been convicted for a similar offence.   THOMAS WILLIAMS, brought up on a warrant, charged with feloniously selling a horse the property of his master, Mr. Arthur Bayley, re- siding near Beverley, was remanded and ordered to be sent to York for further exami-   nation. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1874. JAMES LITHGOW, a sawyer, was brought up on a warrant obtained by Mr. David A. Gray of this city, builder and contractor, for breach of contract; and with unlaw...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 30 October 1874

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Tuesday's Gazette contains the following notifications : Proclamation.-His Excellency the Gover- nor announces and proclaims that a session of the Legislative Council sh.ill commence and be holden, for the despatch ol business, ou "Wed- nesday, the 18th November next, at half-past two o'clock in the afternoon. New Elrcted Member.-By a return to the writ issued for the election of a member to serve in the Legislative Council for the electoral district of the North, it appears that Maitland Brown, Esq., was duly elected member tor the said district. Official and Nominee Members.-His Ex- cellency the Governor has provisionally, and until Her Majesty's pleasure shall be known, appointed the following gentlemen to be mein bera of the Legislative Council :-The Hon. F. P. Barlee, Colonial Secretary ; Hon. G. W. Leake, Attorney General; Hon. M. Fraser, Surveyor General and Commissioner of Crown Lands; Wallace Bickley, Esq.; Septimus Burt, Esq. ; George Glyde, Esq. ; and ...

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MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 30 October 1874

MAIL NOTICE. Mails for transmission by Coasting Mail Steamer for Europe, India, Cape of Good Hope &c.,; the Australian Colonies, New Zealand, and Tasmania, will close as under . At the General Post Office, Perth, on Wed- nesday, Nov. 4th, at 11 a.m. At Geraldton, Champion Bay, on Sunday, November 1st, at 2 p.m. At Fremantle, on Wednesday, Nov. 4th ,at, 2 p.m. a.m. ' At Busselton, on Thursday, Nov. 5th, at 2 p.m. At the General Post Office, Perth :-Money Orders for transmission by the above convey- ance will be issued on the United Kingdom, the Australian Colonies, New Zealand and Tasmania, up to li a.m. on Tuesday, the 3rd November. Letters for Registration must be poßted one hour before the closing of the Mails. Late Letters, on payment of a fee of 6d., may be posted one hour before the closing of the Mails. Newspapers must be posted one hour before the closing of the Mails, otherwise they will not be forwarded until the next mail.

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 30 October 1874

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We cannot insert, hereafter, any correspon- dence for which we should be unwilling to | assume the usual editorial responsibilities, nor any statement of facts, without the name and condition of the writer are known to* us. We regret that we cannot insert Mr. Brown's letter.

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. FRIDAY OCTOBER 30, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 30 October 1874

§6e (üestent ^ustalia» Mwts. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. FRID^ToCTOBER^O^Síé. We think we may safely say that there have been few public gatherings more worthy of notice, in the history of this colony, than that of which we give a full report in our columns to-day, viz., the farewell dinner given to His Excellency the Governor on his transference from this to the Government, we think not more important, nor more honourable, but better known and of higher official rank, of Tasmania. We hold thaï true honour and the importance of any office is to be estimated by what may be done, and what has been successfully achieved, and we think that, by this rule, Governor Weld's tenure of office in Western Aus- tralia will, when recorded in history, bear comparison with whatever may come after. In truth, such an opportu- nity is not likely to occur again, as the resume of the progress made by the colony, during the past five years, given by the Chairman, Mr. M. Brown, at Geraldton, sufficiently prove...

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