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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 3 March 1865

DINNEFORD'S PURE FLUID MAGNESIA HAS been, during thirty-five years, emphatically sanctioned by the Medical Profession, and universally ac- cepted by the^ public, as THE BEST REMEDY for l ACIDITY OF THE STOMACH, HEARTBURN, HEADACHE, GOUT, AND INDIGESTION, and as a MILD APERIENT for delicate constitutions, more especially for ladies and children. Combined with the ACIDULATED LEMON SYRUP, it forms an agreeable Effervescing Draught, in which its aperient qualities are much increased. During HOT SEASONS, and, above all HOT CLIMATES, the regular use of this simple and elegant remedy has been found highly beneficial. Manufactured by DINNEFORD & Co., 172, New Bond Street, London; And sold by all respectable Chemists throughout the world. N.B.-Ask for Dinneford's Magnesia. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! HOLLOWAYS PILLS AN» OINTMENT. Copy of a letter received from Messrs. GORDON AND GOTCH. Dated Melbourne, July 25,1864. " DEAR SIB,-We have found out that there has been a considerable trade d...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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THE WORST OF ALL THE ISMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 3 March 1865

THE WOBST OF ALL THE ISMS. " Don't talk to me about your political ' isms,' " said a facetious old valetudina- rian, " I tell you there's no ism on earth so bad as Rheumatism." The venerable sufferer was right. St. Lawrence's grid- iron or Quatimozin's pallet of fire, was not more emphatically a bed of torment than the couch of the martyr to rheuma- tism. It is generally considered by the faculty one of the most obstinate as well as one of the most painful of maladies, and-it certainly does resist all ordinary with extraordinary pertinacity. Skill and science, however, in this age of pro- gress, seem to master all opposition ; and even this painful disease, entrenched among, the musclée, and interknit, as it were, with the sinews and tendons of our frames, is compelled to yield to the cura- tives they have provided. We have it on unquestionable au- thority-the testimony of patients them selves-r-that rheumatism, however deeply seated, may be cured by the regular and persistent appli...

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Colonial News. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 3 March 1865

Colonial News. . By the kindness of Captain Pie, of the David ¿t Jessie, we have Melbourne papers to the 4th February. In the Argus of Feb. 1, we observe the barque Jeanie Ostoaldt advertise to sail for Camden Harbor about the 20th, and an othershippingfirm also advertise a first class ves- sel (name not given,) to leave about the same time. The Danneverke was on the berth for this Colony. By the telegraphic intelligence from New South Wales we see that the Martin ministry had resigned, and Mr. Cowper undertaken the task of forming a new administration. Ben Hall and his gang had again marked their depredations by shooting another member of the constabulary. They were engaged in sticking upon the Goulbourn road, when the Judge passed who had just been holding Assizes at that town ; they did 'not molest his honor and his escort of police, but in a few minutes after- wards shot the local constable who, with two others had gone towards .them, and although quickly pursued !by the police ...

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Elected Representation in the Legislative Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 3 March 1865

Elected Representation in the Legis- lative Council. Ameetingof the committee appointed at the Public Meeting held on the 21st inst., was held on Friday last, W. L. Brock- man, Esq., in the chair. . On the motion of Mr. S. E. Burges seconded by Mr. Phillips, Mr. A. Shen- ton was requested to act as Honorary Secretary and Treasurer. - The form of the Petition to the Gover- nor and Legislative Council was taken into consideration, and the following was finally adopted : To H.E., JOHN STEPHEN HAMPTON, ESQ., M.D., Governor nnd Commander-in-Chief in and over the Colony, of Western Australia and its Dependencies; and the Legislative Council of the said colony. * The Petition of the undesigned, being more than one-third of the Householders of the said colony, humbly prayeth. That an Ordinance may be passed for estab- lishing in this colony a Legislative Council according to the provisions recited in the Act of the Imperial Parliament 13 and 14 Viet. cap. 59, and that provision may be, made...

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CHAMPION BAY. February 14, 1865. (From owr own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 3 March 1865

CHAMPION BAY. February 14, 1865. (From owr own Correspondent.) Can you throw any light on" the most impor- tant question of the day-the Land Question. If the Boundary line is to run three miles from the sea, how is it that land cannot be taken up as tillage at two miles from the sea ? if three is too much alter it, but if three is the law abide by it. A man wants land to make a home, he finds a piece that will suit him, and makes an application after measuring and finding it within the prescribed distance, when he may be and, in some cases, is told that it must stand over as it is Class B, when it is not more than two miles from the shore. Let every facility be given to men who wish to settle, and do not throw needless obstacles in their way, as we can't afford to loose good men now-a days. The yield of grain this year is good, and men of industrious and economical habits can do well ; the price, as stated by a correspondent, was an error, it is 5s. 6d. at mill, 6s. at the port for ...

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THE JAPAN NEWS. The following accounts of the unexpected outrage on two foreigners in Japan is taken from the Japan Herrld of November 26th:— [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 3 March 1865

THE JAPAN NEWS. The following accounts of the unex- pected outrage on two foreigners in Japan is taken from the Japan Herrld of Novem- ber 26th : The particulars of these last barbarous mur- ders, so far as the circumstantial evidence which has as yet been produced and followed up can enlighten us, may thus be condensed out of the evidence given at the Coroner's Inquest. On the morning of the 21st inst., (Monday), Major George Walter Baldwin and Lieutenant Robert Nicholas Bird, both of the 2nd Battalion of H. B. M's XX Regt. (Wo, who amongst all the respected and beloved of the officers of that Regiment had, by their gentle inoffensive natures and sterling worth gained the foremost ranks in the affectionate regards of all who knew them), left Yokohama on horseback for an excursion to Kamakura and Daiboots. About half-past ten they arrived at Enosima, which place, (after exchanging courtesies with other excursionists they met there) they left about twelve o'clock, with the intention ...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 3 March 1865

Cffrmpitimu*. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette êç W. A. Times'* SIE,-Will you allow me a small space,, in your columns, to speak of the state of the law as regards horses running in the bush, and the heavy charges made upon their owners when by any chance, they happen to be got In by persons, who perhaps may be hunting their own stock, and who thus manage to make their neighbors pay the expenses of their day's work. In the great majority of instances the horses so got in are not wanted by their owners, who would much rather they had been allowed to remain at large. Li two instances lately, X have been victimised-one by Mr. C. Smith, who demanded from me £2 10s. for one horse, and upon my remonstrating very kindly told me that if he had advertised the animal the law would have justified him in raining up the expenses to somewhere about six pounds ; the other instance was that of two mares, got in by o toy neighbor Mr. NE.! Brockman, who charged tod nfadë me pay i£2 forgetting them ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 3 March 1865

C0M1ISSAMAJ!. Drafts pagable- ai.thé'!Bank. T^HEN, Commissariat Drafts are not Y represented without delay for pay ment^âtthé Bank", much inconvenience is caksèdjl and Storekeepers and others wjfô;have any» Drafts intheir possession, are earnestly requested to present them immediately. .««i«S¿¿..4vI.|PR;>:v,v,.. Dépüty^Commissary General, Commissariat, (Western Australia, ) ^^Perg, February 27, 1865. J... *.... : I' í li.[; U ftor AdelaidenT" ?* ? \ ? JOHN . WALKEB, commander, _^_ will ; isailfon' the 21st March, instead'of the 15th as previously " adver- tised. ..-*'*- :'?'- t *A-j-J . ' For passage apply to , . r-, -¡ JOHN M'GIBBON. Fremantle, February 22,1065» ;?1 ,. Sale of Valuable Househ(M Af ?FvR EM A N T Efe IB. J...,. .. (Government Auctioneer); :i HAS been favoured with instructions from .. n "CAPTAIN FINNESTY; tojsêll by Auction, : . at his JRésidènce, in; Cliff Street, on; : "u S Aty^RD A Y, 4 1ST APRIL, 1865. . At 11 o'clock precisely riTHE whole^of-his HO TIS ÈHOli ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 3 March 1865

Shipping Intelligence   ARRIVALS. February 27.-David & Jessie, 141 tons, Captain Pie, from Melbourne. Cargo-50 boxes soap, 1 case cigars, and 1 do. tobacco. Passengers-Mrs. Pie and. family (3). Same day-Ann Saunderson, 250 tons, Captain Dobie, from Vasse, with 220 loads timber. Passengers-Mrs. Dobie, Messrs.-Saunderson, R. Fairbairn and 6 in steerage. Same day-Wild Wave, 28 tons, Cross master, from Bunbury. Passengers-Mrs. Horndon, Mrs. Kelly, P.C. McSindon, and 8 prisoners. Cargo-78 bags potatoes; 1 boat, 3 kegs butter, 24 bags wheat, 8 cases apples,-and sundries.   Same day-Favourite, 46 tons, Lakey, mas-   ter, from Champion Bay. Passengers Mr. and Mrs. Green and child, Mr. and Mrs. Evans and child, Mr. and Mrs. Neil and 2 children, Mr. and Mrs. Tearney and child, Mr. and Mrs. Mc Fadden and 2 children, Mrs. Chapman, and 3 others. Cargo-302 bags wheat, 114 do. barley, 40 do. bran, 36 do. flour, and sundries. 28.-Sea Spray, 33 tons, O'...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 3 March 1865

FOR BOMBAY DIRECT. ^ßoßaü about iheßret week in March. THE fine first-class ship. - VORTIGEM.N,, ^906 tons, N. J. Hedstrom,' com _»mander, now loading timber at Geographe Bay. For passage only apply to . ROBERT KING, .. Or to CAPT.^ HEDSTROM. » *r.. "Fremantle, January 24,1865. « FOB MELBOURNE BISECT. THE clipper Schooner " WI£D DAYRELL," ^.158 tons register, expected from __jpSingapore in about three weeks, freight or passage apply to T. & H. CARTER & Co. A. FRANCISCO, Agent. Fremantle, Feb, 15,1865." For Adelaide. T1 IHEfiine brig NILE, JOHN WALKER, commander, _will sail about 15th March. passage apply to " JOHN MftlBBON. Fremantle, February 22,1865. SALE OF LIVE STOCK. Mr. T. SMITH HAS received instructions from Mr. H. Mead, to Sell by Auction, at the enclo- sure opposite the Horse and Groom Hotel, Perth, on WEDNESDAY, 8th March:- A MIXED HERD of CATTLE and HORSES, consisting of about 40   head. The cattle will comprise fat beasts, and milch cows, sui...

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Supreme Court—Civil Sittings. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1865. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 3 March 1865

Supreme Court-Civil Sittings. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1,1865. ("Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] Proctor, v. Eliot and others, for illegal im- prisonment and ill-treatment ; damages laid at £1000. Tried before a common jury. Mr. Landor and Mr. Howell were for the   Plaintiff. The Attorney General and Crown Solicitor, appeared on the part of the Defen- dants. Mr. Landor explained the cause of action by   reading the Declarations. Those set forth that   the Defendants-George Eliot, James Moore, William Dale, and Joseph Bovell, by   maliciously imprisoning and shutting up the Plaintiff in a cell or a common lock-up, not being a jail, and cruelly ill-using him. The.Plaintiff was a person commencing as a farmer in the neighborhood of Bunbury, and had become indebted to one Everett, in the sam of £59. The ground of maliciousness was that the magistrate had by listening to what was told he conceived a prejudice against the Plaintiff; these s...

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Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. "Be just and fear not; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."—Shakspeare. FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 3 March 1865

Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Shakespeare. FRIDAY MARCH 3, 1865. ALTHOUGH at the Public Meeting held last week all present concurred in the opinion that some alteration was neces- sary in the constitution of the Legislature, many feared to adopt the course pro- posed in Mr. Brockman's resolution, upon the supposition that with it the colony is bound to provide for all those services, of which a part of the expense is now pro- vided by the Imperial Government ; we do not think that the speakers in favor of the resolution did much towards re- moving that impression. Since then, however, the Act 13 & 14 Vict. cap. 59, has been more carefully considered, and the result has been a conviction that the injunction to provide " for such part of the expenses of the civil establishments as may have previously been defrayed by parliamentary grants," was intended to apply to the then ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 3 March 1865

DEATH. At his residence, Fremantle, on Mon- day, the 20th February, DANIEL SCOTT, ESQUIRE, aged 65 years, after a painful illness ; deeply lamented by his afflicted wife and family, and equally regretted by a numerous circle of friends. He arrived in Western Australia in 1829, and succeeded Captain Currie, R.N., as Harbor Master, which office he held for up- wards of 20 years. His enterprising charac- ter in the discovery of mineral sections will make him long remembered by those who survive him, and generations to follow. His kindness of heart and charitable liberality to those in distress will also be long remembered.

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ANTHROPOLOGICAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

pr AliTHÄÖPDLOaiCAL SOCIETY. .- ¿¿¿jtiLuMé meeting of the fellows of the ;,_ Al*fchl,<^logieal ßo^^ in Lotion, a ^vrt^^eaOf&ß contents of «orne kiste found in ." ?"^/- and near them. The place where these mounds have been .collected is about seven miles to the north of Wick, extend- ing for some; distance along the coast, and for a mile or two inland. The. inte- rest attached to these shell mounds is that they resemble the "kitchen middens" of Denmark, which consist of heaps of shells and bones, the refuse of the food bjf the men wto are supposed to haye lived in the prehistoric period. Mr. Laing said that considerable confusion had arisen in the. exploration of the kitchen middens from want of care, and that implements of the early stone period had thereby become mingled with those of bronze ; but hie had been careful in his eicavations in Caithness to avoid such confusion., äe... described five of the shell moulds which he had examine^, and the results he said h...

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VICTORIAN AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS, FOR 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

.VICTORIAN ApJHCULTTJEAri .. STATISTICS,. FOR Í864 /, The report oí* .the Registrar-General upon, the ^agricultural and live stock star tistics, of thpi colony for the year -1064'is, as usual, clear and comprehensive, em- bracing every particular that is necessary to. ,enable us,to perform a complete judg- ment uponithe farming-interests of Vic toria. We wish that we could add that its contents were as satisfactory as its form. Unhappily, as our readers too well know, the year which has just elapsed Was the most unsuccessful to the agricul- turists of any, perhaps, since Batman first landed at the Tarra. We have neither wish nor space to go into the question", how far, by constantly cropping the same ground, neglecting to drain it, and persisting in growing one instead of a multiplicity of; crops, ?" the fanners brought on themselves their own losses. It is, enough, and too much, to know that the wheat crop, which in 1863 pro- duced 3,008,487 bushels, or an average of l8 3.5th bushe...

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FORECASTS OF WEATHER. (Sydney Morning Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

TORECASTS OF WEATHER. . (Sydney Morning Herald.) ' ^THJBf ¿fbUoyraiiK memorandum, published ? fcit general mfórmati^ K'iEíjzroy^appearèin>the JUfeboai, the jpurnal -of the National Lifeboat Insti- tution:- ,._;?? Many persons haye asked questions about forecasts of weather and their prin ciples. ^me have impugned their racy, and a few ¡haye demurred to their l^vi^iány claim to a really scientific basis. No doubt that as very different views of atmo^heric commotions or changes are taken by able men, such sub- jects may scarcely seem worth their ear- nest attention, because as yet they have not been brought to the verification *of a i^gid mathematical analysis. But to xnetap^ysical inb|çwes, cmd to other'.re? searches or ayocatiohs, indispensably use- ful, one mhj^ and dé- chue their sëuàyon similar grounds, îîeteprology not only abounds in phy- sical facts, exc^ssfr^^ as wéÛ as interesting, but it demands an 'extensive range rpf intellectual and extremely com-; preKeiisiye conside...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

WITTENOOM-MOORE.-At Perth on the 25th ultimo, at St. George's Cathedral, by the   Ven. Archdeacon Brown, CHARLES WITTENOOM ESQUIRE, to ANNIE FLETCHER, youngest Daughter of the late S. Moore, Esq., M. L. C. LOCHEE.-At Perth, on the 6th instant, EMMA CAROLINE, the beloved Daughter of FRANCIS and EMMA LOCHEE, aged 13 years and 6 months. SPENCER.-At Mr. Seabrook's, Brookton, Beverley, on the 20th ultimo, by a fall from his horse, ALBERT, fifth Son of MR. H. SPENCER, aged 15 years ; deeply deplored by all who knew him.

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THE AUSTRALIAN BUSTARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

THE AUSTRALIAN BUSTARD. The great Bustard of the plains, fami- liarly but erroneously termed the " wild turkey," is a congener of the European bustard (Otis tardus), and the only genus and species of the bustard family^ to be met with on the Australian continent, over which it is very generally distri- buted, being invariably found' in the tropical and semi-tropical regions of Northern and Western Australia, as well as in the more temperate climes of the south and east-having, consequently, no particular geographical distribution, it is to be met with in every part of the continent where open plains prevail, and more especially on the great grassy plains and open prairie lands of the interior, which may be pronounced its habitant, having seldom or never been seen-in tim- bered or scrub localities. The Australian bustard is a noble bird, and exceeds in size any of its congeners,, either in Europe or America, standing fully three feet high when erect, and it is not surpassed in majest...

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IN THE DIVORCE COURT. TREGONING v. TREGONING. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

IN THE DIVORCE COURT. TREGONING v. TREGONING. _ MR. LANDOR for the Petitioner Mrs. Tre- goning, who applied for a judicial separation on the ground of cruelty, obtained leave to set down the cause for hearing on a special day, the 14th inst. His Honor the Judge also con- sented to hear the Petition for alimony pen- dente lite this day at .Chambers. A CONSIDERABLE SUM OP SOBEOW. The National Debt incurred by the Fede- ral States up to the present time is calculated to amount to about «£600,000, 000. Almost all that money has been spent in making widows and orphans. How many wives and children would half of it have mude happy ?

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

CHAMBER OP COMMERCE. AT the Adjourned Meeting of the Cham- ber held in Perth on Wednesday last, for considering the Compensation question, it was unanimously resolved further to adjourn the subject, until, the receipt of more definite information as to the in- tentions of the Home Government, than we are at present in possession of. Some conversation afterwards took place upon the means of increasing the exports of the Colony ; Sericulture was strongly recommended, and it was re- solved to call a general meeting of the Chamber, for the "purpose of considering the best means of promoting its culti- vation, at which the public should be invited to attend. The improvement of the means of transport between the copper mines and the Port was spoken of, and a tramway recommended in preference to a macada- mised road, which latter would require to be remade at one end before the other could be finished. It was also considered an object of general importance to colo- nial interests that the ...

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