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Imports per " Henry" from London and the Cape of Good Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 28 April 1841

Imports per ' Henri/,' from London and the Cape of Good Hope. 1 case, R. West ; 61 packages, 3 pumps, 8 iron pipes, 8 iron bolts, C. Pratt ; ? packages, J. Dempster; 1 case, El'is; 1 case, 1 bos, Gov. Hurt; 5 boxes, W. Tanner; 56 packages, 21 casks and cases, and sundries, W. & R. Habgood ; 1 case, J. Lloyd; 21 packages, 2 urapnels, and 12 anchors, T. R. C. Walters; (f packages, T. Brown ; 10 packages, T. Helms ; 57 lihds., 13 packages, 20 puncheons, 31 cases, 30 casks, 16 cltestH, D. Scott ; 44 packages, t® order ; 3 pack ages, Miss Gltndon ; £5 casks, bottled beer, 10 cjr. casks brandy, 6 hhds., A. Curtis ; 1 case, ('apt. Fisher ; 37 cases, to order ; 1 parcel, J. Drummond; 2 puncheons, J. Bateinan; 43 bar rels provisions, 5 firkins, 1 hhd., 13 cases, to or rfer ; 6 packages, R. MclJ. Brown ; 70 packages, J. R. Wollatton ; 9 packages, B. Smith ; 120 boxes, 12 casks, 3 pipes, 10 package,', to order ; 9 packages, Burgh ; whaling implements aiul fear, 240 battens, 110 spars, ...

Publication Title: Inquirer
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THE INQUIRER. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 28 April 1841

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1841. The meeting of the shareholders of the Bank of Western Australia, held on Saturday last, terminated, as will be seen from our report, in favour of transferring the business of the concern to the Bank of Australasia. We were certainly not prepared for this result, for, except in a few instance , the feeling throughout the colony Mas in favour of the continuance of the old Bank ; it seemed to be almost invariably acknowledged that the institution had been of great benefit to the settlers, and that the affairs of the IBank were flourishing and prosperous, and it was natural to suppose that the shareholders would have let well ???lone, nc r consented to relinquish a most profita ble investment, as it appears to us, without rhyme or reason. At no time since we have known this colony bus any question arisen that has cxeited so much inti rest among tlrt public ; the anxiety felt on the late occasion of the land-tax was not more strongly displayed than oi this que...

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[No. 39.] REPORT ON THE STATISTICS OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA IN 1840, WITH OBSERVATIONS BY THE COLONIAL COMMITTEE OF CORRESPONDENCE. (Continued from No. 88.) SAILING DIRECTIONS FOR THE S. W. COASTS OF AUSTRALIA, [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 28 April 1841

fNo.39.] REPORT ON THE STATISTICS OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA IN 1840, WITH OBSERVATIONS BY THE COLONIAL COMMITTEE OF CORRESPONDENCE. (Continued from No. 88.) BAILING DIRECTIONS FOB THE 8. W. COASTS OF AUSTRALIA, BY THE HON. J. S. ROE, SURVEYOR-GENERAL. ' Ships from the Cape of Good Hope, bound to Western I Alan Australia, should run down their longitude near the parallel of J^u 89 deg. S., where the wind blows almost constantly from some western point, and generally not with so much strength as to prevent sail being carried to it. In a higher latitude the navigation is more boisterous and strong, and sudden changes of wind, with squally wet weather, are constantly to be ex pected, especially in the winter season, and after passing the inlands St. Paul and Amsterdam. Ice-islands have also been encountered in the beginning of summer as far north as 46 deg. or 47 deg. S. Island Am- ' Amsterdam and St. Paul are conveniently situated for tterdam. correcting the reckoning by, before approaching...

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BANK MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 28 April 1841

t BANK MEETING. A general meeting of the shareholders of the Bank of Western Australia was held in Pertli on Saturday lust, for the purpose of taking into consideration a proposal to dis solve the present Bank, and transfer its business to the Bank of Australasia : S. Moore, Esq., Chairman of the Board of Directors, in the chair. Ainoug the gentlemen present, we observed Messrs. G. Leake, W. Tanner, E. Hamcr6ley,E. Hinds, W. J. Lawrence, J. S. ftoe, P. Brown, R. Brown, W. II. Sholl, L. & W. Samson, A. Waylen, W. Knight, Helms, Habgood, and others of influence and standing in the colony. The Chairman stated that it devolved upon him to ex plain to the meeting the reason of their having been called together, and proceeded to read several letters, by which it appeared that the Directors of the Bank of Australasia had signified their intention of forming a branch bank at Swan River, and their willingness to treat with the Bank of Western Australia for the transler of their busin...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 28 April 1841

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Arrived. — Onthe22-t iubt., the Diana, from Ade laide and Kii.g George's Sound. The Diana landed 650 sheep at the bound, which wore sold at 3.^. a-hcad- — Cargo, 20 tons of piigar, 3$) hhds. rum, 5tf keg* tobacco, 2 bor6cs, and 1 cow. On the 23d, Hie William, from Sydney, with 956 shcrp, out of 120 1 shipped. These sheep wort.1 brought to order. Same d.iy, the Union, from Timor, with 4G ponies, rice, muize, &c. Lying in Gape's Roads, Owen's Anchorage, and Cock biirn So md.— The Sterling, Helen, Henry, Heroine, William, Diana, Union, attd Venus cnltvr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 28 April 1841

GRAZING FARM I.N YORKSHIRE. TO BE LET ON LEASE, AN excellent grazing farm, well watered, consisting of eighi hun dred acres, marked in the books of the Surveyor-General as location Y 10, Avon district, and situated near Mr, Dodd's. For further particulars appli cation may be made to Mr. D. Scott, Fremantle. Notice. — Any person found depas turing cattle or sheep on the above farm, will be prosecuted. ALSO TO BE LET, On an improving lease, the town al lotment in Guildford, No. 50, with a good brick cottage on it. Apply to Mr. D. Scott, Fremantle. April 15, 1841. ? TO BE SOLD, THAT excellent grant of land on the Canning River, lately in possession of Mr. M. Moulton. This grant is well situated for a market garden, being on ly eight miles from Perth, and fourteen from Fremantle. There is an excellent garden, well stocked with a great vari ety of fruit trees and vines in full bear ing; a dwelling-house, out-houses, stock yard, securely enclosed, with a good shed. There is also, a well o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 28 April 1841

SALES BY AUCTION. SALE AT~PERTH. TO BE SOLD~BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. L. & W. SAMSON, At their Auction Rooms, Perth, o Wednesday, the 5th May, at or o'clock precisely, FINE AMERICAN FLOUR i barrels Prime Irish pork in ditto Westphalia hams Refined sugar Soap in 56-lb. boxes Superior sheeting calico Welsh flannel Fashionable prints Russia duck Gambroon Blue and white spotted prints Union check Ladies' white silk stockings Ladies' rose-wood work boxes Superior cognac brandy and gin ii hogsheads Coffee mills Fryingpans Gridirons White and brown biscuit in barrels Perth, April 9. To close consignments ex 'Shepherd' and ?' Chieftain.' TO BE SOLD~BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. L. & W. SAMSON, At their Auction Rooms, Perth, on Wednesday, 28th April, at 1 o'clock precisely, nnHE following ARTICLES :— JL Collars and hames, painters' and plasterers' brushes, tent bedstead, 1 pier glass, a chiffonier, half-worn-out cloth ing, ladies* shoes, Britania metal tea-pots, tin dishes, sundry arti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 28 April 1841

SEED BARLEY. A QUANTITY of clean, bright Cape Barley, ex Helen, on sale at Guild-   ford. Also, prime mess pork, flour, rice, Liverpool salt, refined and moist sugars, fine green tea, sago, prime Cape butter and beef, hops, tobacco, soap ; fine cog- nac brandy, gin, rum, Cape wines, claret, &c, &c, &c. Three or four tons of good oat-   hay. A. WAYLEN. BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER. Local Directors. George Leake, Esq. W. B. Andrews, Esq. Peter Brown, Esq. Wm. Samson, Esq. JOHN LEWIS, Manager. MARSHALL MACDERMOTT, Accountant. THE public are respectfully informed, that the Bank of Western Australia having trans- ferred its General Business to the Branch of the above Bank, about to commence its operations on the 3d May ; — Notice is hereby given, that, for the present, the rate of Discount will be 10 per cent, on Bills not having more than three months to run. Bills at thirty days' sight will be drawn on the Court of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 5 May 1841

EX ' HENRY.' now i^Xniiing, PRIME IRISH PORK in barrels, lard in ditto, York hams, soles, Irish butter in firkins, soap in 56-lb. boxes, Dantzic flour in barrels, case toys ; pine planks in 1,2, 3, 4, and 5 cuts ; Tarragona wine in pipes and quarter casks. ALSO,— Vinegar in hhds., Kent hops, sheet lead, new American flour in barrels, Van Dieinen's Laud flour in bags, seed wheat, and oats. Agett & Stokes, General Commission Agents. : ^Fsale; PORT, sherry, Bronte Madeira, and claret, in bottle — also, about 20 dozen of very superior claret in 3 dozen cases ; gin and ruin in hhds., soap in 28 and 56-lb. boxes, zinc gutters, milk tins, soup bouilli, Wellington boots, hop?, Scotch ploughs, iron harrows, harrow tines, assorted nails in kegs, saltpetre in 12-lb. bags, superior single barrelled guns, pistols, &c, &c. ; beam, scales, and weights. also, — A three-ton boat, well found in all her tackle, to be sold at a low price, and terms of payment liberal. ? JAMKS8TO...

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 5 May 1841

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Extract from a Meteorological Journal kept in the office qftfie Hon. the Surveyor-General, Perth. Date. Time. Therm Bar. Wind. Weather & Reinarki 1841 I April s» 10 A M 70 .30 .16 w 'Light bn. cldy— showery. 4 P M ! 70 .16 ' WSW Ditto, cldy.thrng. ! I during night strong ; ' gale with heavy raiu. 30 10 A M 05 .17 1 WSW Strong brr. squally, I showers. 4 P M 07 .17 WSW Fresh bn. passing elds, showers during the night. 30 10 A M 65 .18 NW Fresh bn. showery. 4PM 67 .10 NW Ditto, cldy. ehowery. I Mod. cldy. light May 1st. 10 A M ; 67 .81 SW showers. i 2 HAM I 74 .10 SW Cloudy, threatening. 4 P M 68 .10 SSW Mod. cloudy, 6ne,— showers. 3 10 A M 66 .20 calm Cloudy, fine. 4PM 68' J» SW Light, tin. tine 4 10 A M 65 .90 calm. Fne. weather.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MAY 1, 1841, [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 5 May 1841

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MAY 1, 1841, The minutes of the last meeting having been read, his Excellency rose, and delivered the fol lowing speech : — Gentlemen of the Legislative Council, — I take this earliest opportunity, at the commencement of a new sessions, to lay before you a statement of the proceedings of government, and of the leading occurrences, during the past year j whereby you may be enabled to form a judgment of the condi tion of the colony at the present time, and of the expectations which may reasonably be indulged in as respects the future. I have been prevented from bringing forward, at an earlier period, this exposition of our affairs, from having been obliged to wait the arrival of several important documents from the out-ports. I have the satisfaction of informing you that the revenue has more than realised the amount calculated upon in framing the estimates last year. I then reckoned upon £8,000. The sum received by the Collector of Revenue between the 1st of April...

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PROSPECTUS FOR THE FORMATION OF A BANKING COMPANY IN PERTH, TO BE CALLED "THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOINT-STOCK BANK." CAPITAL £20,000, IN 8,000 SHARES, AT £10 EACH. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 5 May 1841

PROSPECTUS FOR THE FORMATION OF A BANKING COMPANY IN PERTH, TO BE CALLED 'THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOINT-STOCK BANK.n CAPITAL £20,000, IN 8.000 SHARES, AT £10 EACH. 'TIHE late Western Australian Banking Com* I pany having resolved (by a majority of six votes onfy) to commit an act of unnecessary and gratuitous suicide, and having thereby left open the ground which they occupied so profitably to themselves, and usefully to toe public, it is pro posed to occupy that ground by forming a Bank ing Company upon principles as liberal as prudence and the safety of the Association will admit. That the public welfare requires another Bank, and that there is every reasonable prospect of its success, is apparent to all, except those who may be iuterested in supporting a monopoly, or pre judiced in favour of a mill-course mode of doing business. It is intended, as far as possible, to make this Company an Association of the Public for the good of the Public. With this view, and to enable as many as...

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THE QUEEN REGENT OF SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 5 May 1841

THE QUEEN REGENT OF SPAIN. A Madrid journal contains tlie following account of the marriage of the Queen Regent of Spain with Dou Fernand Munoz ; the Queen Regent has lately abdicated : ? ' Two months after the death of Ferdinand VII. the Queen Regent became acquainted with the garde du corps Munoz, who came to the palace with hie comrade, Nicholas, Franco, who carried on an intrigue with Donna Teresa Val carel, the milliner, aud confidential favourite of jthe queen. Munoz was the son of a shopkeeper at Tarancon, and had narrowly escaped being dismissed from his Regiment iu 1832, on suspicion of being a Carlist. ' Christina did not dare at once to disclose her passion for Munoz, but planned a romantic journey for that purpose. She resolved to take advantage of the week that Munoz wus on duty at the palace, and to visit her country house at Quite Pesares. On the 17th of December, 1888; during a most severe season, she set out at daylight, but was obliged to return, her carriage havin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 5 May 1841

OPEN FOR CHARTER, JEfEZE- T?OR Leschenault, or the Vasse, ^gNNk J the cutter 'VENUS.' JhEQB? For freight or passage, apply to t^H^Kb the Master, JOHN THOMAS. N. B. — Cargo will be landed at Fremantle, during the winter season, f^pm either of the anchorages — Owen's Anchorage, or Cockbum Sound. Fremantle, April 21. ? BANK OF WESTERN, AUS TRALIA. rjlHE business of the Bank of Western _l_ Australia having been transferred to the Bank of Australasia, all persons holding Notes or Checks on the former are requested to present them for payment to Mr. MacDermott, at the latter Bank ; and all persons having Balances in the said Bank, are requested to transfer, or re move them, within three months from the pre sent date. By order of the Board of Directors, M. MacDE&MOTT, Managing Cashier. May 1, 1841. ? BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER. Local Directors. George Leake, Esq. W. B. Andrews, Esq. Peter Brown, Esq. Win. Samson, Esq. John Lewis, Manager. Marshall MacDermott...

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THE INQUIRER. WEDNESDAY, MAY 5,1841. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 5 May 1841

WEDNESDAY, HAY 5, 1841. Our readers will perceive in this day's journal a prospectus of a new Banking Company, to be called the 'Western Australian Joint-Stock Banking Company.' It appear^o be projected more particularly by such of thffiite proprietors of the old Bank of Western Australia as consider that neither their individual interests, nor that of the community at large, have been sufficiently cared for in the transfer of the business to the Bank of Australasia. It will be remembered that at the general meeting held the week before last, several of the proprietors protested strongly against the dissolution of the old Bank ; so far as we can recollect, the argument was altogether in favour of its continuance, and in spite of the small majority by which the final measure was carried, we think it could be very easily shown that the transfer was against the sense of the general body of proprietors. The majority itself was induced by more than one extraordinary circumstance, and if ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 5 May 1841

F. WALDECK, TAILOR AND DRAPER, PERTH, BEGS most respectfully to inform his numerous friends and the pub lic, that he has just received per Sterling an excellent assortment of superfine wool-dyed black blue cloths, seconds and thirds, black and dark drab cassi mere, light drab double nulled cloth, fine black Petersham, black silk velvet, an assortment of fancy silk and gilt buttons, which he is determined to dis pose of at a very reduced price. N. B. — An assortment of plaids, summer cloths, waistcoat pieces, white moleskin, and white Russia duck, gene rally on hand. g^p3 Any order will be punctually attended to. ? NOTICE. MR. G. B. HODGES begs to give notice, that he and family intend leaving the colony by the first conve nient opportunity. ? TO BE SOLD, THE dwelling-house, with detached kitchen, centrally situated in Hay street, occupied by Mr. Barker, boot maker. There is a well of capital water close to the dwelling-Louse, and the garden is well manured ; this property is well fe...

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YORK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 12 May 1841

YORK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A quarterly meeting of this society was held at Monger's Hotel, York, on Friday last;— R. H. Bland, Esq., in the choir. The minutes oi'the lost meeting having been read, Messrs. H. Davis, J. L. Bailey, and Jowett, were elected members. Messrs. W. Uabgood. T. Brown, and B. Robins were pro posed as members and having been' duly seconded will be ballotted for at the next meeting. The Secretary theu read a letter from Dr. Harris, Secre tary to the Western Australian Agricultural Society, ex pressing the desire of the members to cooperate with the York Agricultural Society in forwarding the objects which both societies had in view. The Secretary then read a letter addressed to him by Mr. W. Barges, in which that gentleman declined to act for the Society in London, on the grounds that the society was not formad on a basis likely to do general benefit, and that he feared it would create disunion in the district. The writ er also stated that he had heard of expres...

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THE INQUIRER. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12,1841. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 12 May 1841

WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1841. We are sorry to see that there appears some difficulty in the way of procuring servants from India. Thus much we do gather from the notice that has been published in the Government Ga zette, but what the precise difficulty is we can by no means collect, for the document quoted is anmowliflt nheniitva It. kpaitis I lint nnr lnnnl ov» vernment is precluded, at all events, from inter fering in the matter, and thus far the arrangements that nave been made by the settlers must of necessity fall to the ground. We are still in clined to think, however, that the object is yet to be attained, for the act referred to by the Indian government can never have been intended to ap ply to persons hired with an honest intention, and for honest purposes. The object of the act was no doubt to prevent the recurrence of abuses of a nature similar to those that have occurred at the Mauritius, where very many natives of India, who had contracted for different services, are stated ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 12 May 1841

MR, C. SMITH, of the Half-way house, gives notice, that he has a useful saddle horse that will be let out for hire. PROSPECTUS FOR THL FORMATION OF A BANKING COMPANY IN PERTH, TO BE CALLED 'THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOINT-SfOCK BANK:' CAPITAL, £'20 .000, IN 3,000 SHARES, AT £10 EACH. fTHlHE late Western Australian Banking Com JL pany having resolved (by a majority of t-ix votes only) to commit an act of unnecessary and gratuitous suicide, and having thereby left open ? the ground which they occupied so profitably to themselves, and usefully to the public, it is pro posed to occupy that ground by forming a Bank ing Company upon principles as liberal as prudence and the safety of the Association will admit. That the public welfare requires another Bunk, and that there is every reasonable prospect of its success, is apparent to all, except those who may be interested in supporting a monopoly, or pre judiced in favour of a mill-course mode of doing1 business. It is incmied, as for as possi...

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GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE RETURN OF TOWN AND SUBURBAN ALLOTMENTS TO DECEMBER 31, 1840. Town and Suburban Allotments. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 12 May 1841

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