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NEWS: LONDON, MARCH 11. THE FUNDS; City, This Day, at 12 o'clock [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 August 1833

NEWS: LONDON,*MARCH 11. I THE FUNDS; City, This Day, at 12 o'clock '? No express,, has we understand, arrived from Paris up to the present hour. The monied interest are waiting, with some anxiety, for the arjval of the* regular Estafette, as it is expected the letters will communicate a further improvement, in the French Funds on Saturday. The arrival of the M. Dedel, the new Ambassador from the Hague, is expected hourly, and, it is generally said, will bring more favourable terms to submit to this country and France for the arrangement of the Belgic Question.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 August 1833

LAND TO LET. 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 im\ a river frontage. Apply to Capr. WHITFIELD, G overn ment Resident, Guildford ; or, to W. N. CLARK, Solicitor, Fremantle. July2S, 1833.

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LIVERY STABLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 August 1833

LIVERY STABLES, ?00 R. LEWIS, begs to return his thanks to the Public in general, for the liberal patronage he has received since opening Ina 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 valuableV» animal ; Mr. L. has also made a list of charges, on amost moderate scale, which can be seen by any gentleman on enter- ing the stable, and lie 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, month, or year.

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette, [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 August 1833

To the Editor of the Perth Gazette, Sin,-Since 1 wrote you last I have found out that the Pentandrous flower so accurately described by your Correspondent-belongs to a very curious and beautiful species of Genus Loranthus which grows parasitically on different species of the Gum trees themselves, no wonder it should perplex a young botanist. The leaves somewhat resemble in shape the trees on which they grow ; but they are smooth on both sides, and of a yellow-green colour. This curious plant strongly resembles in the way it attaches itself, and also in appearance, the European Misletoe, which is supposed to have been the sacred plant of the Druids, and the golden bough of Virgil. Most likely it would answer as well as that plant for keeping off evil spirits, and for other purposes to which the Misletoe has been long applied in England about Christmas time. am, &c, An Early SETTLER* Mr. Peel has obligingly favoured us with a number of the Cape Advertise®, from which we have s...

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EAST AND WEST INDIA INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 August 1833

EAST AND WEST I^DIA INTEREST. The West India Committee and the East India Directors have had numerous interviews with the Government in the course of the week on the sub- ject of the measures about ta be adoptad with reference to their respective interests- Great curiosity is naturally felt by all.classes to ascertain the nature of the terms, and the state of the négo- ciations, but nothing..pqsitive is known beyond the simple facts that Government, in their plan for the settlement of the West India question, pro- pose to do the Planters justice by (granting them compensation for the. emancipation of the slaves, but offer a sum so inadequate to the end, that the slave proprietors refuse ¿to accept it ; and that the East India Directors have, been distinctly warned, that, under any circumstances, the CHINA TRADE must be freed from all restrictions, and. left to fair competition. March 11.

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PACIFICATION OF IRELAND. (From the "Observer," March 11,) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 August 1833

PACIFICATION OF IRELAND. (From the " Observer" March 11,) With the exception of the division on the Irish, Bill, which proved even larger and more satisfac- tory than we had ventured to anticipate, the pro- ceedings this week in Parliament, although inte- resting, have produced nothing, decisive or satis factory to the people. The speech of Mr. O' Connell, so long delayed, in order to enhance its importance, was most admirable in support of the Bilfr; for it convinced all unprejudiced men, that even the utmost recklessness of character and principle, united with a thorough indifference to evidence and facts, could advance nothing in the shape of argument against a measure intended for the protection of the loyal and peaceable of the unfortunate inhabitants of Ireland. With sucha majority, however, not a majority collected from Treasury Boroughs, or the nominees of a few banded Aristocrats; but the unbiassed Repre- sentatives of the great body of the People of England, with four hund...

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MAGISTRATES COURT, FREMANTLE, AUGUST 3, 1833. Before G. Leake & J. Morgan, Esquires. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 August 1833

MAGISTRATES COURT, FREMANTLE, AUGUST 3, 1833. Before G.,Leake Sf J. Morgan, Esquires. William Bourne, of Fremantle, carpenter, .waa charged with assaulting George Lloyd, and Joseph Morris '; and likewise committing a most violent assault on H R Bond, a constable, when in the discharge of his dutyjj he endeavoured to take him into custody. ' Bond has been confined to his bed ever since. . The Prisoner was committed to take his trial for the assault on all the parties. A complaint was made by Bowler, the Cook of the Cape Breton, against the master of that vessel, Captain Johnson. It appeared that Bowler was ordered to make some coffee for breakfast, which the Captain complained was not strong enough, immediately went on deck and threw the cup of coffee in complainant's face. He then followed him into the galley, and struck him with the meat fork, which blow broke a bone of his right arm. The Magistrates acquitted Capt. Johnson of any intention of doing so serious an injury ; but as th...

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UNION HOTEL, FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 August 1833

UNION HOTEL, FREMANTLE. WILLIAM DIXON begs to acquaint the Public that he has removed to the above Hotel, and solicits their patronage, hoping by strict attention and superior accommodation, to meet with a share of their support. Beds, and good Stabling.   A Billiard table on the premises. Fremantle, August 2, 1833.

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SCALE OF JETTY CHARGES AT FREMANTLE, commencing August 1, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 August 1833

SCALE OF J^TTY CHARGES AT FREMANTLE, commencing August i, 1833. s. Tun Butts eacli.2 Pipes or Puncheons.ditto.1 Hogsheads .ditto.0 Quarter Pipes or Barrels .... ditto.0 Cases containing 3 dozen. .. . ditto.0. Kegs or Boxes under ditto . . ditto.0 Cases con. above 3 dozen. ... ditto. - ". .... 1 Bags or Sacks.ditto.0 4 Lead & Iron per ton.4 0 Fremantle, August 1, 1833.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 August 1833

JUST ARRIVED Per " ISABELLA " from London & the Cape, and will be ON SALE as 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 The bodies of the two men who were drowned last Tuesday fort-night, were found, the1 one on Saturday, and the other on Sunday morning last. LANDING FROM THE "ISABELLA," AND ON 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 Sç Perth,July, 26IS33. A report has been in circulation that Mr. Trigg's flat, and Puckrin's boat were ...

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CIVIL COURT, TUESDAY, THE 6th AUGUST, 1833. Before G. F, Moore, Esquire, Civil Commissioner [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 August 1833

CIVIL COURT, TUESDAY, THE 6th AUGUST, 1833. Before G. F, Moore, Esquire, Civil Commissioner Dent v. Lyon This was an action on a Bill which the defendant alledged was paid in 1831, but the bill had not been taken back. The in- vestigation of this case occupied a considerable portion of the time of the Court last court day, and was postponed, to allow the defendant time to produce further evidence. Some documents were handed in which threw a fresh light upon the subject, and the Commis- sioner placing them in the hands of the Plaintiff s agent, requested him to consider, after reading them, whether it would not be prudent to with- draw the case ; which was accordingly done, and the Bill given up. The Commissioner avoided expressing an opinion upon the transaction, but it was evident he did not regard it in the most favourable light. Lyon v. Steel The Plaintiff complained that in consequence of a certain Notice inserted in the Perth Gazette, relative to certain lands, he had sustained...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 August 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office Perth, llthAugust, 1833. NOTICE is hereby given, that William Fussell has applied at this Office foi Permission to leave the Colony. By His Honor s command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AT LEEÜERS HOTEL, On Tuesday next, the 13th Instant, the Property ol' W H. Edwaids, under an Execution. A HOUSE and ALLOTMENT L 25, at Perth. An ALLOTMENT partially improved, at Perth, L 27 ; and 500 acres oí Land at the mouth of the Canning. L. WELCH, Bailiff of the Civil Court. NOTICE. THE PARTNERSHIP lately existing be- tween the Undersigned, is hereby dis- solved by mutual consent ; all monies are requested to be paid to G. F. Stone. Esq., at Perth, who is duly authorized to receive the same. MARY MORGAN, J. Mc KITTRICK. May 10, 1833. PER ISABELLA. NOW LANDING, and ON SALE for Cash, at the STORES of MESSRS. HABGOOD, at Fremantle. COGNAC Brandy, Rum, E. I. Ma- deira, Bottled Stout, Vinegar, Beef & Pork ; Fish Sauces ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 August 1833

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LYING IN COCKBURN SOUND.-The Cornwallis, Isabella, Cape Breton, and Government Schooner Ellen. The Cornwallis is expected to sail early on Monday Morning. A MAIL for England per Cape Bre- ton, via the Mauritius and the Cape, will be closed on Tuesday next. We were visited with a heavy North Wester during the week, but of short continuance. Holiday at the Public Offices--Tues- day the 13th inst, the Queen's Birth Day.

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette, [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 August 1833

To the Editor of the Perth Gazette, SIR,-The following is Captain Hall's account of the tiibe of the Mississaguas : "Till within the last three or faur years, those 'Indians were known in that part of Canada as the most profligate, drunken ; and, it was supposed, irreclaimable of savages. Such indeed was their state of wretchedness, that the total and speedy extinction of the whole tribe seemed inevitable. All this was attributed to other causes than pover- ty ; for the annual distribution of goods to the tribe, either as a bounty from the crown, or as a consideration for lands which they had ceded, was most ample ; whilst their neighbourhood to popu- lous settlements insured them a ready market for their game or fish, if they had been industriously disposed. They owned also a fine tract of land reserved for their exclusive use. But it seems they were lost in a state of continual intoxication, brought on by drinking the vilest kind of spirits, obtained by bartering the clothes, and ...

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THE NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 August 1833

THE NATIVES. The Natives, principally women, have been in and about Perth for the past fort- night, but not in any considerable num- bers. Their object in visiting us, they say is, to renew the friendly understand- ing which existed previously to the affair at Fremantle, and which was followed up by bloodshed and murder. If they are permitted to enter the town, they ought, we are of opinion, never to be allowed to be out of the sight of some authorized persons, who should have the power of controlling the conduct of indi- viduals towards them, at the same time, that they protect the public from any aggression on the part of the natives. We must say their carrying firebrands through the street appears extremely dangerous, but if they do come into the town, it would be the heighth of cruelty to debar them this comfort ; which, in severe weather is as essential to them, as additional clothing to us : it however calls for some precautionary measures. As an instance of their timidity at ...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 August 1833

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL THE general uncertainty which pre- vails with respect to the views of the Home Government towards this Colony, has checked our operations for a time, and rendered our Editorial duties, as the Chroniclers of events, a perfect sinecure. In the course of a few days, we may fully expect to be relieved by an arrival from England, from this unsatisfactory, and dreaming existence. The communications of our corres- pondent " Philaleth," upon the subject of the Aborigines of this Country, are particularly deserving of attention, and at this period, during an intermission of hostilities, the question cannot be too generally canvased, or too deeply con- sidered ; we can now regard it calmly and dispassionately ; and we do most sincerely trust that the sentiments and opinions of " Philaleth," will be univer- sally inculcated. The recent possessors of our acquired territory, have an indis- putable right to our consideration ; we term them British subjects, and cond...

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THE COMIC ANNUAL, FOR 1833; [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 10 August 1833

THE COMIC ANNUAL, FOR 1833 BY THOMAS HOOD, ESQ., Charles Tilt, Fleet-street Many things announce Christmas; the prize ox—the holly and ivy—the misletoe—the twenty pound turkey—the basket from the country, with a hare & a brace of pheasants—the pantomimes at the theatres, with divers et ceteras ; but no feature of the festive time is more welcome to us than Hood's Comic Annual. This volume for the next year is as good, if not better, than any of its pre- decessors, and contains, like them, many odd stories in verse and prose, illustrated with the pleasant designs—all, or nearly all, both writing and designing, the fruit of the fertile brain of the prolific Hood. Before we proceed to make ex- tracts, we shall briefly describe a few of the plates, taking those that strike us as the wittiest, and fittest for description. "An objection to crossing   the line" is not a delicate fresh water sailor, but a short dumpy laundress, on tiptoe, endeavouring to hang a shirt to...

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RELIGIOUS CAMP, MEETING IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 17 August 1833

RELIGIOUS CAMP, MEETING IN AME RICA. The line of tents is pitched ; and the religious city grows up in a few hours under the trees, be- side the stream. Lamps are hung in lines among the branches ; and the effects of their glare upon the surrounding forests is as of magic. The scenery of the most brilliant theatre in the world is a painting only for children compared with it Mean time the multitudes, with the highest excite- ment of social feeling, added to the general en- thusiasm of expectation, pass from tent to tent, and interchange apostolic greetings and embraces, and talk of the coming solemnities. Their coffee and Jtea are prepared, and their supper is finished. By this time the moon, for they take thought to appoint the meeting at the proper time of the moon, begins to show its disk above the dark summits of the mountains ; and a few stars are seen glimmering through the intervals of the branches. The whole constitutes a temple worthy of the grandeur of God. An oldjnan, in ...

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MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 17 August 1833

MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. Bacon, per lb. 2s. Hams, ditto, Is. 6d. Butter (salt), Is. 4d' a (fresh),2i 6. Bread, 4 lb loaf, Is. Ad. Beef (salt), per lb. 6d. (fresh) Is. 6d. Mutton, per lb. Is. 6d. Kangaroo, per lb. Is. d. Pork (fresh), per lb. Is 6d. (salt), &d. Cheese, Sydney, per lb. 2s. ditto, English, 2s. Coffee, per lb. Is 6d Eggs, per doz. 4s Milk, per quart 8c? Fowls, each 3 a 5s Wild-fowl ; pigeon, 9c? ; duck, 2s; teal, Is ; swan, 6 a 8s Dried fruits, per lb. Is 6d Raisins, per lb. Is Oil, per gallon 10s Rice, per lb. 8c? Wine, Cape, per gallon 5 a 6s Rum Ditto, 16s. Brandy, Ditto 14s Gin, Ditto, Sugar, per lb. Is. Tea, per üb. 5 a 7s Vegetables. Potatoes, per lb. 3 a 4c? -Cabbages, each 3c? Flour per lb. bd-by -the bag, 3^c? Wheat, per bushel 10s Hay, per ton £S Soap, per lb. Is 6d Starch, per lb. 2s Tobacco, per lb. Vinegar, per gallon 5 a 6* Gunpowder, per lb 4« Shot, ditto, Ale and porter, per doz. 24s Edited, Printed, and Published by CHARLES MACFAULL, at the Gazett...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 17 August 1833

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LYING IN COCKBURN SOUND.-The Cornwallis, Isabella, Cape Breton, and Government Schooner Ellen. A MAIL for England per Cape Bre- ton, will be open until Tuesday after- noon. The prevalence of a westerly gale lias prevented the Cornwallis from going to sea ; the same cause has retarded the unloading of the Isabella. Holiday at the Public Offices-On Wednesday next, the 2lst inst., Kings Birth day.

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