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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 November 1874

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We cannot insert any correspondence for which we should be unwilling to assume the usual editorial responsibilities, nor any state- ment ol facts, without the name and condition of the writer are known to us. We cannot undertake to return rejected communications or to assign any reason for non insertion.

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ALBANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 November 1874

ALBANY. The two principal events since the last mail haye been the School Board Election and the successful canvass of the district, made by the energetic Secretary of our Standard Gold Min- ing Company, in quest of applications for shares. I am afraid the schosl board election did not much redouned to our credit. Two of the mem- bers of the Ute school board, one inhabitant, and the court-house officials, were all vi ho interested themselves sufficiently to take the trouble of assisting at the ceremony. The former mem- bers were, with one exception, re-elected, or rather, nominated and declared re elected,-Mrs, Hire, Mr. W. J. Gillam, Mr. W. C. Clifton. Sic T. C Campbell, and, in the place of Mr. H. TL Hall, Mr. W. G. Knight. Mr. Alfred Hassell has, during the last fort- night, been travelling through our country dis- tricts collecting applications for shares, and has been so successful that the company expects to be to able to allot in a few daj-s, as nearly two thirds ot the subse...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 November 1874

CONTROl DEPARTMENT. TENDERS, in duplicate, will be received _at the Control Office, Fremantle, till NOON on Tuesday, the 1st December next, for the supply of CO Tuns ol' Smith's Coal« Tnis Coal to be delivered at the plat- form, South Jetty, Fremantle, free of all charges, and subject to the approval of the Clerk of Works, Convict Depart- ment. Parties tendeiing to state date for completion of contract. JAS. T. SKINNER, Deputy Commissary, in Charge. Control Department W.A., 7 Fremantle, 17th Nov., 1874. j IToi* London via Champion Bay. THE A 1 Clipper Barque, "DAYLIGHT," 629 tons register, Capt. Bush. For freight or passage apply C. CROWTHER, Geraldton. Or, G. SHENTON, Perth or Fremantle. T For Freight or Charter. nHE A-l clipper barque EMPRESS OF CHINA, ? 256 tons register, will have .quick despatch. Apply to R. M. HABGOOD & CO., Perth and Fremantle. FORADELAIDE. rilHE Al brigán tine 1 HAWK, 196 tons register, Charles ? Bellin, commander, will have quick despatch for the ab...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 November 1874

IVa^^^^^l V 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 bpáfc from the different ports. CONNOR & McKAY. August 8,1874. FIRST WOOL SHIP FOR LONDON. THE well-known A 1 clipper barque "FITZROY," _,Capt. Marsh, 573 tons, will sail for Jjondon 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 not be responsible for any debts contracted by his crew without his written authority. Fremantle, September l8,1874. For Champion Ray. - THE A 1 clipper barque "FITZEOY," .Capt. Marsh, 573 tons, will sail _,for 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. ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 November 1874

Shipping intelligence. ARRIVED. Nov. l8.-S.S. Georgette, 211 tons, Capt. McKinnon, from Albany, Vasse, and Bunbury. Passengers from Albany-Sir T. C. Campbell and Mr. B. Randall; from Bunbury-Mrs. Davis and child, Mrs. Mackay and family (3), J. McGuire, J. Kingwood, and two prisoners. Cargo lrom Albany-34 addressed pkgs., (un derbond) ; do. from Bunbury-77 bags potatoes, 5 kegs butter, sundries. Same day.-Cleopatra, 199 tons, CV H. Fothergill, master, from Champion Bay. Pas- sengers-Lieut. McKenzie, Messrs. Crowther and M. Brown, 6. Simpson, Macnamara, and G. Martin. Cargo-51 trusses hay, 200 bags flour, lfc34 bags lead ore (memo or cargo jetti- soned, about 704 bags ore when on reel). SAILED. Nov. l8 -Geffrard, 316 tons, J. W. Munday, master, for Vasse. Passenger -Mrs. Munday. Cargo-30 bags sugar. Same day.-S.S. Georgette, 211 tons, Capt. McKinnon, tor Champion Bay. Passengers Mr. and Mrs. C. Crowther, and servant, Mr. Josephs, in cabin ; J. Turner, J. Farrell, D. Thomas. Mrs. Baker...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 November 1874

LEGISLATIVE U0UMJ1L The first session of the newly-elected Legislative Council was formally opened on Wednesday by His Excellency the Go- vernor. Only a moderate amount of interest seemed to be taken in the cere- mony, the scene in the Council Chamber not being so brilliant as usual on such occasions, though a considerable number of ladies was present, and the strangers' galleries were well occupied. The Colonial Secretary was deputed to swear in the members, which having been done, the election of Speaker was proceeded with, the unanimous choice of the House falling upon Mr. L. S. Leake who had previously occupied that honorable posi- tion. The members then proceeded in a body to Government House, where Mr. Speaker was presented to His Excellency the Governor, who expressed his satisfac- tion with the nomination. Shortly after three o'clock, the Sergeant at Arms (Mr. Hillas) announced the approach of His Excellency, who, a few moments after- wards entered, accompanied by his suite....

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 November 1874

The West Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS.   WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1874. The speech of His Excellency the Gover- nor, at the opening of the present ses- sion of the Legislative Council, on Wed- nesday, will, we have no doubt, be read, as it was heard with more than usual in- terest, as the last which he will deliver in this colony. It is not often permitted to man to be able to give such an account of his stew- ardship and judging, after the now uni- versal custom, by results; there can, we should think, be only a general ex- pression of thankfulness and satisfaction. It is for others to say that these results, which he summed up, are in a great mea- sure to be attributed to the policy which Governor Weld inaugurated, and, so far as possible, carried out. His words are, however, sufficiently significant : "I cannot, but recall how four years ago, opened Your Honorable Council for the first time, it was my painful duty to point out that the colony was then in a ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 November 1874

DIED. ELSEGOOD.—At Perth, on the 16th No- vember, after a short and painful illness, WILLIAM ELSEGOOD, aged 55 years. He leaves a wife and large family to mourn his loss.

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PERTH POLICE COURT. (Before E. W. Landor, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 20 November 1874

PERTH POLICE COURT. (Before E. W. Landor, Esq., P.M.) James Baker was charged by p.c. Wans- borough with being drunk and committing a nuisance at mid-day, in Hay Street, fined 7s. John Picket, tinsmith, was charged by p.c. Connor with being drunk aud disorderly at the The prisoner, was fined 10s., or 1 month's im- prisonment. Henry Armstrong was charged by p.c. White with being drunk and incapable. Sergt. McLarty stated it was only on the 10th inst. the prisoner appeared on a similar charge, when he was discharged, after being duly cautioned. Sentenced to 21 days' imprison- ment, with hard labor. Michael Mealia, a pensioner, was charged by p.c. Properjohn with being drunk and inca-   pable, and fined 5s., or 7 days' imprisonment. William Boulan, in the employ of Mr. Ran- ford, was brought up on a warrant, charging him, at the instance of Corpl. McCaffrey, with being drunk and incapable, in company with a man named Ross, who had recently been com- mitted to prison for 3 ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 24 November 1874

CONTROL TOARTMljNT. '[VENDERS, in duplicate, will be received X ai the Control Office,- Fremantle, till NOON on Tuesday, the 1st December next, for the supply of GO Tons ©f Smith's Coal« This Coal to be delivered at the plat- form, South Jetty, Fremantle, free of all charges, and subject to the approval of the Clerk of Works, Convict Depart- ment. Parties tendeiing to state date for completion of contract. JAS. T. SKINNER, Deputy Commissary, in Charge. Control Department W.A., ) Fremantle, 17th Nov., 1874. ) Colonial Secretary'8 Office, Perth, 19th November, 1874. rVENDERS (endorsed "Tender for -I Eucla Telegraph Line,") will be received at this Office until noon of WEDNESDAY, the 2nd December, 1874, from persons willing to undertake any one of the undermentioned services in the construction of a line of Telegraph (and five Telegraph Stations thereon) irom Albany, King George's Sound, to Eucla, at the boundary line of the colony of South Australia, viz. : Service I. For the supply o...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 24 November 1874

at. EL. MONÖBR, . PERTH and YORK. ßÄSon hand, just arrived, . « Ex FITZROY, A large assortment of Agricultural * Implements, consisting of Thrashing Machines (Ransomes') S-horse-power Haymakers, (Howard's) Self-acting PIofseRakes " lever Horse Rakes " . Reaping and Mooring Machines "Winnowing Machines (Ean soraes') j do. Garrett's ChafFcutters, Eicbuiond and Chandlers ; do. Eansomes'. ALSO. Howards' Ploughs and Fittings. -Spades, Shovels Axes, Hatchets, <fcc., <5cc. In the WHOLESALE DEPART- MENT: Oilmens Stores in large variety, Hardware of every descrip- tion, in assorted packages. Draperies, Calicoes, Hab- erdashery, 2Iosiery, Clothing, Mole, <Sc Tweed Trousers, Vests, Coats, all in as- sorted cases, suitable for the COUNTRY TRADE ; all of which will be sold at very low advances on original invoices, to which the attention of country buyers is particularly invited. IN THE RETAIL DEPARTMENT. Fine assortments of latest fashions, Dress Groods, Costume...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 24 November 1874

S. S. "GEORGETTE" SAILS from Champion Bay every 4th MUNDAY, 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. CONNOR & McKAT. August 8,1874. FIRST WOOL SHIP FOR LOKOOK. THE well-known A 1 clipper barque "FITZROY," _,Capt. Marsh, 573 tons, will sail for 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 not be responsible for any debts contracted by his crew without his written authority. Fremantle, September l8, 1874. For Champion Bay. IlHE A 1 clipper barque "FITZROY," Capt. Marsh, 573 tons, will sail _ffor 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 London Oirec...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, NOV. 19TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 24 November 1874

LEGISLATIVE COUMJÍL. THURSDAY, NOV. 19m. The Speaker took the chair at noon. NEW MEMBER. Mr. Bickley took the oath of allegi- ance and his seat. recruiting bilí,. The Colonial Srcretary moved the second reading of a bill to control recruit- ing in Western Australia for the service Foreign States. The motion for the second reading was agreed to. CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES. The Colonial Secretary said the next step, was to move the committal of the bill, but as the House bad not yet elected a chairman of committees it be- came necessary that it should now do so. There was at present a very considerable difficulty in finding amongst the mem- bers of the Council-not because there were not many hon. members well quali- fied for the post, there were many who were exceedingly well qualified-one who would accept the office. This difficulty was created, as he understood, by the fact that there was a constitutional ques- tion of veiy grave importance to come under the consideration of the Council...

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 24 November 1874

ffifee lästern iustraUait Firnes. SOLUS! MON MUTAT GENU8. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1874. In the Legislativo Council on'Friday The Spbakbb took the chair at seven o'clock. Mr. Burt obtained leave to introduce a bill for the incorporation of the Standing Com. mittee of the Diocesan Synod of Perth as trustees of the branch of the Church of Eng- land in Western Australia. A letter irorn Mr. Joubert, Secretary of the Agricultural Society of New South Wales, re lative to this eolony taking a part in the World's Exhibition at Philadelphia, in 1876, was under consideration, the Couneil being of opinion that the colony was not in a position to do so, with credit to itself. The Colonial Secretary moved that, with a view to encourage the development of the mineral wealth of the colony, the Council was cfopinion that it was desirable a bonus of .£5000 should be offered by the Government to the person who shall first erect smelting works in the Victoria District, which shall be open to the public, ...

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Mr. Forrest's Expedition. (Cnocluded). THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 24 November 1874

Mr. Forrest's Expedition. (Concluded). THE banquet. A banquet was given to Mr. Forrest and his party in the Town Hall in the evening. The room was handsomely decorated, a special fea-   ture being a life-size oil painting of Mr. J. M. Stuart, which was placed over the Chairman. The guests and other gentlemen, the greater number of whom were connected with explor- ing, were seated at a table at the western end of the room. All the available space was oc- cupied, and there was therefore an exceedingly large attendance. The gallery was filled with ladies, and music was discoursed by a band. The chair was occupied by the Hon. Arthur Blyth, M.P. (Chief Secretary). He was sup-   ported on the right by Mr. John Forrest, Sir Henry Ayers, the Hon. Thomas Elder, M.L.C., Messrs. Alexander Forrest, Henry Gosse, J. Chambers F. Thring, W. P. Auld, F.G. Water- house, Neath Nash, J. W. Billiatt, Stephen King, and Tommy Pierre (one of the aborigi- nals attached to the Forre...

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

GONTROL DEPARTMENT. ?'7FENDERS, in duplicate, wiffbereceived A -at the Control Office, Fremantle, 111 NOON on Tuesday, the 1st December -jnixt.ibr ¿he supply of* HO Tons of Smith's Coal« This Coal to be delivered at the plat- form, South Jetty, Fremantle, free of all charges, and subject to the approval of the Clerk of Works, Convict Depart- ment. Parties tendering to state date for completion of contract. JAS. T. SKINNER, ,w - "-- Deputy Commissary, in Charge. - Control Department W.A., ) * ' Fremantle, 17th Nov., 1874. j For London via Champion Bay. THE A 1 Clipper Barque, "DAYLIGHT," 629 tons register, Capt. Bush. For freight or passage apply C. CROWTHER, Geraldton. Or, G, SHENTON, Perth or Fremantle. For Freight or Charter. n^HE A 1 clipper barque 1 EMPRESS OF CHINA, ¡.256 ton s register, will have .quick despatch. Apply to R. M. HABGOOD & CO., Perth and Fremantle. FORADELA1DK. fjlHE Al brigantine 1 HAWK, 196 tons register, Charles _IBellin, commander, will have quick de...

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

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We cannon insert any correspondence for which we should be unwilling to assume the usual editorial responsibilities, nor any state- ment ol tacts, without the name and condition ot the writer are known to ns. We cannot undertake to return rejected communications or to assign any reason tor non insertion. We are obliged to defer all country news until next Tuesday, for want of space.

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

hipping intelligence ARRIVED. Nov. 25;-Laughing Wave, l61 tons, Capt. Shaw,- from Foochow. Passenger-Mrs. Shaw. Nov. 26.-s.S. Georgette, 211 tons, Capt. McEinnon, for Champion .Bay. Passengers - Constable Murphy, and 5 children, and 1 native. Cargo-sundries. IMPORTS. Per Laughing Wave, from Foochow-1150 pkgs. tea, G."Shenton ; 1750 pkgs. tea. Pad- bury, Loton & Co. ; l»i40 pkgs. teu, W. ¡J. & G. Pearse; 350 pkgs. tea, G. Glyde; 350 pkgs. tea, Barker & Gull ; 198 pkgs. tea, H. Gray ; 254 pkgs. tea, W. D. Moore ; 500 pkgs., W. £. Marmion; and sundry pkgs. merchandize, J. & W, Bateman.

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 27 November 1874

% »stern gusttaUan Oimes. 80LUM KON MOT AT GENU8. FRIDAYTNOVEMBEX27rÍ874. The consideration of the Estimates in the Council did not^pass without more than the usual amount of useless palaver. One - member raises objection to that which, on the consideration of the Esti- mates last year, hefhad himself proposed should be done i Another that, if pay- ment is to bo made for additional work imposed on an official, the amount should be deducted from his present salary. It is a thankless [affair to point out such contradictions andijriunderings, which, as they proceed only from a few, must be expected so long as elections are mat- ters of local, family, and personal, and not of general interest. We, therefore, willingly pass it over, especially as out purpose is to direct the attention of our readers to some of the more important items of expense and the way they were dealt with. And first, we may express our regret that so small a sum as 500 guineas should have been proposed as an honora...

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

HPk 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 pleasevopte the postal time- tables, for the departure of the boat from the different ports. CONNOR & McKAY. August 8,1874. FIRST WOOI« 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 not be responsible for any debts contracted by his crew without his written authority. Fremantle, September l8,1874. For Champion Ray« 1HE A 1 clipper barque "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 London Dire...

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