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IMPORTS PER "ISABELLA," Capt. MAUGHAN, from London [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 August 1833
IMPORTS PER " ISABELLA," Capt. MAUGHAN, from London 3 hhds. Hollands,-7 do. Brandy,-7 hhds. & 11 puncheons Rum,-30 tierces & 9 barrels Pork, -20 cases Cheese,-187 casks Bottled Beer, 2 cases Hats,-2 crates Earthenware,-15 casks Nail*»,-3 bales Slops,-3 cases Sundries,-3 do. Ironmongery,-1 do. Fishing Tackle,-I firkin White Lead,-12 casks Bread,-137 Deals, 6 bales, 23 cases, 14 casks, 2 crate», 3 tierces, & 7 barrels Sundries;-3 pipes Wine,-43 kegs Nails,-40 J barrels Gunpowder,-2 ^ do. For J. W. Turner, 45 Packages,-for W. L. Brockman, 12 ditto,-for Lieut. Bull, 5 Packages, --for J. Walcott, 5 Packages,-for C. Spyers, 1 ditto,-for Smithers, 2 Casks,-for J. Harris, 1 Pump,-for Trimmer, 1'Box,-for J. Purkis, 1 Case,-for L. G. Lukin, 3 Packages,-for Wm. Tanner, 1 Package,-for L. Welch, 1 Box,-for - Bland, 2 do.,-for Captain Mears, 1 Case, for W. Bickley, 2 Casks ; for J. G. Burgess, 9 Packages; for J. P. Williams, 7 Casks; for Dodds, 1 Bale; for W. Waide, 1 Case...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 August 1833
LAND TO LET. -00 ONE hundred Acres of rich Land on the Swan, will be let for such a term of years as may be agreed on, in allotments of from 1 to 10 acres. This valuable Grant immediately ad- joins the town of Guildford, and has a river frontage. Apply to Capf. WHITFIELD, G overn ment Resident, Guildford ; or, to W. N. CLARK, Solicitor, Fremantle. July 23, 1833. JUST ARRIVED Per " ISABELLA " from London & the Cape, and will be ON SALE at soon as landed,at the STORES of Mr. A . WAYLEN, ., at the lowest possi- ble prices for cash. CAPE BUTTER, superior Old Port & Claret, Dried Fruits, (Raisins, Pears, Apples, Peaches, Figs, Apricots, Al- monds and Walnuts) ; Beef, Tongues, Sheep tail fat, Brandy, in half pipes, quarter ditto-half aums ; Fruit Juice\ NOT I C E. I HEREBY give Notice to Mr. William Rolfe Steel, that I purpose commencing an action against him for damages sus- tained, in consequence of an Advertise- ment inserted by him in the Perth Gazette of 6th lust, con...
PORTUGAL. Sunday Times, February 3, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 August 1833
PORTUGAL. Sunday Times, February 3, 1833. With respect to Portugal nothing definite can be announced. It is however believed that soma compromise between Don Pedro, and Don Miguel is on the tapis. Whether this can ever be brought to bear must depend upon the state of the war at Oporto. Should Portugal be freed from its inva- ders, the King as he styles himself, would hardly admit of mediation ; and the Emperor or Duke should he consider all chance of failure at an end, would not suffer his victorious career to be arrest- ed by any propositions in power of the usurper. The old plan of giving his daughter to her Uncle for a wife, could hardly now be agreeable to Don Pedro,-after the description ofthat Royal person- age with which he had favoured the world. From a note addressed by M. BERMUDEZ ZEA to our Government, dated November 7th, it does not appear that there is any foundation for the report, that the Court of Madrid had been brought to look favourably on the cause of DON PEDRO. ...
FERRY CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 August 1833
FERRY CHARGES. 1 6 The Public are respectfully informed, that the Ferry between Fremantle and Perth is now at Preston Point, where the following rate of charges are authorized by the Colonial Government. s. d. For each Person .0 6 For each horse, mare, foal gelding, ox, bullock, cow, calf, ass or mule For each Sheep or Goat, not exceeding 20 0 2 For each do., do., exceeding that number 0 1| For each Pig . . . . . ..04 For every Two Wheeled Carriage ..26 For every Bushel of Grain, of whatever description.0 1 Luggage at per 100 lbs.10 Ferry Flours to be considered from Six o'clock in the morning to Eight o clock in the eveniug, from the 1st October to the 1st April ; and, from Seven o'clock in the morning to Six o'clock in the evening, from the 1st April to the 1st October. The charges to be Double the above if before or after the above Hours, and an additional Half Fare on Sundays. THE PROPRIETOR, of Preston Point Ferry, returns his thanks for the satis- faction which has been so gen...
STATE OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 August 1833
STATE OF IRELAND. Ireland is no longer a question from which the people of England can turn with indifference,i or banish from their minds as hopeless as if it was the affair of a foreign state. Our own existence as a nation, our national independence, our civil liber- ties, are ai stake. The peril now staring us in the face, may produce consequences which all the might of Napoleon could not effect. The great danger which threatens ali democratic states is, the dismemberment of the distant provinces of the empire. We have chosen to multiply this danger tenfold by the democratic constitution we have given to England, and the free scope to popular passion which we have established in Ireland. By Catholic Emancipation, we have opened to the leaders of the ¿Popish Heirarchy access to the Legislature. By the Reform Bill, we have placed the Irish Representation at the mercy of a furious and impassioned multitude, skilfully directed by cool and able leaders, who wield their energies of tha...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 August 1833
AMERICA. The dispute between the Carolinians and the Northern States respecting the Tariff is rapidly approaching its climix. Our readers will find elsewhere an abstract of the important docu- ments which have appeared on this subject, from the Government and their opponents. It will be seen that General Jackson, as President, declares it to be the determination of the Government to maintain the integrity of the Union by force, and that the Carolininans are at present fully disposed to abide the issue. We think it probable, how- ever, that they will become much less pugnacious when they learn that the State of Georgia, on whose assistance they calculated, has declared, that although they are hostile to the Tariff, they consider the nullification principle put forth by Carolina, as "neither a* peaceful nor constitutional remedy ; but on the contrary, as tending to civil commotion and disunion;" and they add that if a southern Convention be desirable, it should include the States of V...
A GOOD REASON FOR NOT ATTENDING AS A JUROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 August 1833
A GOOD REASON FOR NOT ATTENDING AS A JUBOR. A Gentleman appeared to excuse the absence j of another Gentleman. The Lord MAYOR : What is the reason the person who is summoned is not in attendance to do his duty ? Apologist : Be- cause he is not able, my Lord. I am here as his representative. The LORD MYOR: But why does he not come himself? Apologist : Because he really can't, my Lord. The fact is, my Lord, he is not living [a laugh]. The LORD MAYOR :, Why did not you say so at once? That objection is 'surely'quite enough. Apologist : The gentleman is not living, my Lord. He is dead. The'RE- CORDER: Xoumay stand down, Sir. He is/ex- cused [a laugh]. Several petty caseB of assault were then disposed of.-Observer - &lt;" f MUTTON, A DEADLY POISON !-A singular rumour has been afloat for the last few days-not concerning the&lt; Na- tives, the usual source of the marvelous -but touching a man and two dogs . which were said to have been poisoned, in these happy days of gener...
LIVERY STABLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 August 1833
LIVERY STABLES. R. LEWIS, begs to return his thanks to the Public in general, for the liberal patronage he has received since opening his Livery Stables, and begs to inform them, that he is now enlarging them very considerably, which will enable him to stable twenty horses at one time, with every comfort that is due to that valuable animal ; Mr. L. has also made a list of charges, on a most moderate scale, which can be seen by any gentleman on enter- ing the stable, and he has also made arrangements to be constantly supplied with the very best hay and corn. Mr. L. pledges himself that every possible attention shall be paid to those horses placed in his charge, and no room for complaint, as to charges &c, shall be possible. Horse kept at livery by the week, «flaonthj or year.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 August 1833
J LANDING FROM THE "ISABELLAr AND- ÓN SALE for cash only, HOLLAND'S GIN, Cognac Brandy, Rum, Dutch Cheeses, Bottled Stout, Superior London Beaver Hats, Flour Sacks and Wool Bagging ; A large as- sortment of Slops, Blankets, Counter- panes, Sheeting and Linen Drapery ; Shingle, batten and other Nails, &c. &c. G. LEAKE. Fremantle Sf Perth July, 26 1833.
CAFFER-CORN. To the Editor of The Perth Gazette, "Probono publico." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 August 1833
CAFFER-CORN. To the Editor of The Perth Gazette, " Pro bono publico." SIR,-Having experienced consider- able advantage from directing my atten- tion to the cultivation of Caffer-corn in this Colony, I feel anxious that the public should be made acquainted with the method of cultivating it. It is a biennial, and tender herbaceous plant, it grows in any situation, but best in swampy land. Sown early in August, broad-cast or in drills, on dry soil, it will bear transplanting until the end of December in moist or swampy ground, and will continue a productive plant un- til the return of winter, the roots lasting two years. This plant is preferable to Indian corn, as it produces a certain crop, on any lands-and may be planted out between or after any crops of corn, potatoes, cabbages, &c, at the distance of 2 feet by 8 inches. It requires less dressing than Indian corn, and one grain has been known to' produce 7,000, aver- aging about one hundred bushels per acre.. I consider it f...
Two Men drowned. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 August 1833
Two Men drowned. Mr. Partridge has obliged us,with the following particulars respecting the two men who were drowned in Melville Wa- ter on Tuesday week last, the 23rd instant : On that day, Mr. Partridge sent his boat, in charge of John Smith and James Elliot, to Bull's Creek; and, on the following day, received intelligence that she was seen to go down, about a quar- ter of a mile from the Creek, in a heavy squall. He immediately went in search of the bodies but although every exertion was used they have not yet been found. When he reached the Creek, he was told, that a party put off directly the accident occurred, and that they found the boat, with the mast about three feet above water, and when she was taken on shore, they found one of the oars fastened to the sheet, so that in all pro- bability they could not let go the sheet in time to save themselves. Their shoes and almost every thing, which was in the boat, have been recovered. This is another added to the repeated instance...
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 August 1833
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL THE boons to be extended to this Colony, by the Home Government, are still the subjects of considerable specu- lation ; in the absence of direct or of- ficial information from Governor Stirling, in order to relieve the general anxiety for intelligence, we have been compelled to resort to private communications, which our friends have obligingly favour- ed us with-from sources however of I undisputed authority.-The first is dated the 24th January, 18335 and is to the following tenor : " The Government appears readily disposed to adopt the recommendations of Captain Stirling, to the extent of their power, and he appears confident, that in the course of a few weeks, a greater interest will be excited towards the Colony than has ever yet existed. An association of Quakers is now in communication with Captain S., desirous of taking land at King George's Sound. Two additional companies of troops will soon be out ; and to the Civil Govern- ment, to the extent...
To the Editor of The Perth Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 3 August 1833
To the Editor of The Perth Gazette. MR. EDITOR,-Whilst reading the following observations I was forcibly struck with the senti- ments therein contained, and I sincerely wish they might continually vibrate in the ears of every member of our community. Should you think them worth a place in your Journal, perhaps they &nbsp; may not prove altogether unseasonable Yours, truly, A SUBSCRIBER. Extracted from a letter, dated Somerset, South- ern Africa. May 23, 1828. " Much interest excited, at this present juncture, amongst all classes around us, white and black, by the appearance, for the first time in this part of Southern Africa, of a venerable English Judge, in his official capacity. He arrived in Somerset last evening, and opened his Court this morning. Our English system of trial by jury is now intro- duced throughout the colony. This new mode of administering justice being designed to effect many great and beneficial changes, and having already produced results of a most imp...
MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 August 1833
MARKET TRICES, RETAIL. Bacon, per lb. 2s. Hams, ditto, Is. 6d. Butter (salt), Is. 4d' a (fresh),-2s 6. Bread, 4 lb loaf, Is. 4cZ. Beef (salt), per lb. Gd. (fresh) Is. 6d. Mutton, per lb. Is: ed. Kangaroo, per lb. Is. d. Pork (fresh), per lb. Is Gd. (salt), Sd. Cheese, Sydney, per lb. 2s. ditto, English, 2s. Coffee, per lb. is Gd Eggs, per doz. 4s Milk, per quart Sd Fowls, each 3 a 5s Wild-fowl ; pigeon, 9cZ ; duck, 2s ; teal, Is ; swan, 6 a 8s Dried fruits, per lb. Is Gd Raisius, per-lb. Is Oil, per gallon 10s Rice, per lb. Sd Wine, Cape, per gallon 5 a Gs Rum Ditto, 1 os. Brandy, Ditto 14s Gin, Ditto, Sugar, per lb. Is. Tea, per lb. 5 a 7s Vegetables. Potatoes, per lb. 3 a id '-Cabbages, each 3d Flour per lb. Gd-by -the bag, 3^d Wheat, per bushel 10s Hay, per ton ¿£8 Soap, per lb. Is Gd Starch, per lb. 2s Tobacco, per lb. Vinegar, per gallon 5 a Gs Gunpowder, per lb 4s Shot, ditto,-* Ale and porter, per doz. 24s Edited, Printed, and Published by CHARLES, MACFAULL, at the Gazette Of...