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THE PETITION FOR ELECTIVE REPRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 17 March 1865

THE PETITION FOR ELECTIVE REPRESENTATION. SOME Correspondence has taken place be- tween the Committee appointed to con- duct the Petition for Elective Represen- tation in the Legislative Council, and the Government. The object of the Com- mittee was to elicit a declaration from the Law Officers of the Crown as to whether, householders belonging to the classes of conditional pardon men and ticket-of leave holders, were to be considered eligible to sign the Petition; to which the Attorney General has given an opin- ion that all free inhabitants and condi- tional pardon holders are eligible, but that ticket-of-leave holders are not. The Committee deeming the Petition to be a matter of very great general im- portance, and in consequence of some government officers expressing doubts on the subject, further requested that His Exellency the Governor would allow all Government Officers, and other persons in government employment, perfect free- dom to sign the Petition, to which the followin...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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Arrival of the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 17 March 1865

Arrival of the Mail. THE English Mail brings us but little intelligence relating to this colony. There is nothing about the Convict Question, except that a private letter reports a ship with 300 men would leave in about six weeks, which we scarcely think probable, as it is unlikely the Home Government would take such a step, when just on the point of submitting the question to Par- liament. Qn dit-it is said the next Blue Book on Transportation, to be sub- mitted to Parliament this year, will make some curious disclosures regarding what has occurred in certain quarters in this colony, and the light "in which it has been viewed by the Secretary of State. Three vessels were loading for this the Tartar^ Palestine, and Bridgetown, the latter being a ship purchased for Mr. Padbury. The Home News in its Wool Market Review, says that stocks have been cleared, and " the new clip will find a ready market, but we do not look for the rates current last year." The rates for copper were still ve...

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Latest Intelligence. HOME NEWS OFFICE, Thursday, Jan. 26, 1865. AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 17 March 1865

< Latest Intelligence. 1 HOME NEWS OFFICE, Thursday, Jan. 26, 1865. AMERICA. The news from America is still unusually barren of military events. We hear much of preparations, and some movements are reported which may prove preliminary to important un- dertakings ; but there are no operations of con- sequence. The armies before .Richmond and Petersburg have for some time ceased to be the most active of the Federal forces, and the only change reported from tnat quarter is the super cession of General Butler by General Ord, an able and well-tried soldiei*. General Sherman is stated in Richmond papers to be concen- trating his army at Hardeeville, in South Caro- lina, to the north of the Savannah River ; he is therefore preparing to advance. The statement that General Lee is about to place himself at the head of an army to oppose him, comes as a mere Washington rumour ; but the estimation in which Sherman's military qualities are held at Richmond makes it far from probable. T...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 17 March 1865

<tar*s$Mî>jeiu*. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette ¡Ç W. A. Times. MB. EDITOB,-The thanks of the working men of Western Australia are due to, and are hereby tendered to W. L. Brockman, S. P. Phillips, M.L.C., and S. Burges, Esquires, who so nobly and disinterestedly came forward at the Perth Public Meeting on the 21st February, and pleaded the cause of the colonists on the subject of free Legislation. I am one of those working men, (an old Colonist) and I ask did the oppositionists at the Meeting act in the same disinterested manner ? let us see, Mr. J. W. Hardey, the present Member of Council, told the Meeting that the Governor possessed the-supreme-right to govern us but has never done so. If he and previous rulers have not then who has ? He tells us that if free legisla- tion had been sought for five years ago he would have gone through fire and water to sup- port it. Then I ask why not now ? is it be- cause, as he states, he has not scratched the Governor's back ?...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 17 March 1865

AMERICA. Full particulars of Sherman's great march have nojw^appeared in the New York papers, and the following is given as a summary of its results :-" His army moved across tibe ¡State, about 300 miles, in 27 days, living on the way on the fat of the land, devastating 42 counties, stripping the country of everything that could be of service to the rebel armies, destroying 200 miles of railroad, burning millions _ of dollars' worthof cotton, capturing 4,000 prisoners, 10,000 negroes, 15,000 horses, and 30 pieces of artillery ; and immediately on arriving on the coast wrested Fort M'Alister from the enemy, and laid siege to the city of Savannah. In the preformance of all this marvellous work General Sherman lost not one gun or waggon, and his entire casualties were only 1,500 men." On the 20th of December Sherman captured Fort Lee and some of the out- works of Savannah. He then demanded the surrender of Savannah, stating that if refused, he would take no prisoners. Hardee refused to...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 17 March 1865

FOB MELBOURNE DIBECT.. f THE dipper schooner J tlWILD DAYRELL/'; ¿58 tons register^expected from _(Singapore in about three weeks. WOT freight or passage apply to T." & X CARTER & Co. A. FRANCISCO, Agent. .Fremantle, Feb, 15,1865. _j_/_\i) . - .'..- For Adelaide. T] VHEfine brig NIL _ JOHN WALKER, commander, ___ will sail about the 21st March, passage apply to , JOHN M'GIBBON. Fremantle, February 22,1865. Sale of Valuable Household .": Furniture, &&, &&, &&, AT FREMANTLE. IE. SAISOI, (Government Auctioneer), HAS been favoured with instructions from CAPTAIN FINNERTY, to sell by Auction, at his Residence, in Cliff Street, on SATURDAY, ? . ., - l«c APRIL, 1865. At 11 o'clock precisely THE whole of his HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, consisting of Dining and Drawing Room Tables and Ohaks, Easy do., Sideboards, Chiffoniers, " Sofas, Carpets, Hearth Rugs, Window .Hangings,, Candlesticks and Shades, Lamps, Eight-day Clock, Electroplated ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 17 March 1865

NEW ZEALAND. The month has been fruitful in events of grave importance. The leading incidents are the surrender of Wireniu Tamihans, the Maori King-maker, and the blazing out of active hostilities on the western coast. The great native meeting at Hanga tike, at which Thompson had intimated that Governor Grey's peace proposals would be considered, was duly held. It was attended by more than a thousand Maories, and both Thompson and Rewi, the leading Ngatimaniopoto chief, by whom the war was originally fomented, were present. Thompson spoke for peace, while Rewi declared for war to the knife, and the latter is understood to have carried the tribes with him. He is re- ported to have left for the scene of oper- ations at Wanganui, at the head of the fighting men of his own and the dis- possessed Waikato tribes. The next heard of Thompson was that he had com- municated with Brigadier-General Carey, who commands in the Waikato, offering to surrender to any officers who might be deputed to...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 17 March 1865

TENDERS FOR TREASURY BILLS. . rraBNDERST(iii duplicate) will be re J^^éèiVèd'at'the Commissariat office at Perttouätil noon on MONDAY, the 20th inst^t,^ ~ ^Tenderers.are requested to state the aaount of premium per cent which they 'are willing to give. ¿ Preference will be given to the tenders boering'ïhe highest-premium, àn^ m case í: p£equ_aHty¡ of tenders, as to premium and yjtheir amounting together to more than ?^^i§^íTé^^d:'^tl^&'] amount -accepted ?^U^lw^yicled in proportion to the amount of such tenders, if the parties are ^willing t|> tal^e Billi for a less ' amount than that for -^hichlthey haveí tendered. ;. .?. ^ ? .?;i " Tenders íor Bills under ¿8100 will not ie noticed. -,,r --, . --.. ?-.' Iitfprmataoniof the result of .tenders; from ' Fremantle w;ill>be given by; the afternoon mail on the 20th instants J. W. BOVELL, Deputy Commissary General. Commissariat; Perth, W¿ A;; 7 ; 13tkííarch^l865¿ à :'ij.;£ - TENDERS (in duplicate) will be;rei: ceived at the C...

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AGRICULTURAL REVIEW OF THE WEEK, ENDING FEB. 24. Australasian, [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 March 1865

AGRICULTURAL REVIEW OP THE WEEK, ENDING FEB. 24. Australasian, The trifling changes in the produce market have been for the better. New wheat and flour from South Australia, are coming forward so slowly, that the few holders in town are trying to establish an advance in price, which^ however, buyers are not inclined to give. Up the country the tendency is rather the other way, our farmers not being in a position to hold back their grain like those in South Australia. Still the quantity of wheat grown this year is not ^ great, enough to allow of an oversupply in any of the district markets, and if prices keep up in town, there can be little further fall in the country. Horse corn is steady,, and the demand for seed oats keeps up the value of prime samples. The general failure of the grass and other fodder of all sorts is improving the de- mand for hay, and a further advance of a few shillings a ton has been obtained this week for the best loads. The quan- tity sent in is not very gre...

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BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT. Copy of a letter received from Messrs. GORDON AND GOTCH. Dated Melbourne, July 25, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 March 1865

BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! HOLLOWAYS PILLS AND OINTMENT. Copy of a letter received from Messrs. GORDON AND GOTCH. Dated Melbourne,'July 25,1864/ " DEAR SIE,-We have found out that there has been a considerable trade doing in COUNTERFEITING YOUR PILLS. That a man (whose name we know) made for a certain person a machine, rolling out one hundred and fifty Pills at once. That labels were printed, and dispatched up the country in great numbers, by one Boulton (we are informed). He failed about three weeks ago, and the machine was offered to a friend of ours for sale, which we suspect is at work somewhere. What can we do for you in this jnatter ? Something should be done at once. If we were sure you would approve of it, we would set the Detectives at work, and soon ferret the nest out. " We are, &c, (Signed) " GORDON & GOTCH.' IN many places abroad the Govern- ment stamp to these medicines has lately been forged, and affixed to an immense quantity of spurious Ointment and Pul...

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THE ROAD TO IMMORTALITY. WHAT WE BELIEVE, AND WHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 March 1865

THE ROAD TO IMMORTALITY. WHAT WE BELIEVE, AND WHY. It was the remark of a distinguished physician of the last century, that the man who should discover a specific for physical pain, as certain in its neutraliz- ing effects as water when applied to fire, would rank, in the estimation of posterity, next to the inspired writer. Professor Holloway, the founder of that simple yet profound system of medical treatment, which has traversed with such wonderful rapidity both the old world and the new, appears to have accomplished this grand desideratum and something more. It is alleged, by those who have tested the properties of his celebrated Pills and Ointment in their own ailments, that they not only alleviate the agony attend- ant upon all internal and external dis- orders, but permanently eradicate them. That these remedies are among the wonder-working agents of au age of wonders, cannot reasonably be questioned. Those who believe that the science of medicine is a close monopoly, and tha...

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FORTUNE COPPER MINING COMPANY (LIMITED.) Fremantle, Western Australia, February 27, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 March 1865

FORTUNE COPPER MINING COMPANY (LIMITED.) Fremantle, Western Australia, February 27 1865. SIB,-I beg to forward you my monthly report of this mine. WILLIAM FBEDKICK ENGINE SHAFT.-The fork at this point is nearly completed 7 feet below the 30 fathom level, and skip road finished to that point, I expect by the end of this week to be in a position to drive N.E. and S.W. on the course of the lode. STOPE 40 FATHOM LEVEL.-Stopes in the bottom of this level S.W. of (W. F. Engine) shaft is working by 4 men, lode 2 feet wide and producing 2| tons copper ore per fathom of good quality. 30 N.E. END.-This point of operation has f>roduced this month from 3 to 4 tons of good .ead ore now working by 4 men, lode ,4 feet wide producing f of a ton of lead ore per fathom ; as we deepen the W. F. engine shaft so in pro- portion it draws the water from this level, at present we have not half the quantity of water at this point we had 3 months since, this speaks well for the N.E. part of this mine ; we...

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FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 March 1865

FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) Fremantle is very dull, nothing stirring. Even the usually lively and joyous Government swells seem low-spirited and dejected. Fellows who a few years since met you with a poke in the ribs, and a jolly " good day," now pass with their heads drooped, and as if filled with the truth of King Solomon's utterance " vanity of vanities, all is vanity." Going np High-street one almost wonders where the people have got to, and instinctively surmises that ' if Lord Macaulay's New Zealander, who is some day to sketch the ruins of St. Paul's, from London bridge, finds his time hang heavily on his hands, he has only to seek Fremantle. You may meet the " Conservator of the Public morals" and the " Superintendent of the waiters on Provi- dence," and perchance if in company with a facetious companion, he will endeavour to raise a smile by an assertion that " Here come the long, and the short of it," but even these lead- ing men walk along as though they had ...

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Mining Intelligence. Wanerenooka, Feb. 25, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 March 1865

Bninè^lntell^^ Wannerenooka, Feb. 25,1865. Sir,-^Referring to the subjoined Min- ing Captain's report of the operations of the Gwalla and'Yanganooka* Mines, I have merely to add, that there is every reason to expect when the ground is suf- ficiently opened a large quantity of valu- able ore will be raised. In the former (the Gwalla) the yield in the top workings is remarkable, every foot of ground yield- ing something, which fact is very en- couraging when we are able to reach our 30 fathom level, which we hope to do the ensuing month. In the Yanganooka, the lode in the engine shaft gives strong indications of large deposits, and as the ground is open and free for working we may, when the water abates, raise a con- siderable quantity of ore. J. L. HORROCKS. Gk Shenton, Esq. Gwalla, February 25,1865. "We have continued to work out the upper levels, and between A and B shaft have been raising good blue and green carbonates, grey, and some little oxide of copper. We have driven 10 fath...

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AUSTRALIAN GARDENING. Australasian. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 March 1865

AUSTRALIAN GARDENING. Australasian. Horticulture as considered in relation to the Development of our Resources. The capabilities of the various Aus- tralasian colonies for the successful pro- secution of horticultural pursuits are illimitable. * Commencing with the tropical climate of Northern Australia, it is here that we may expect to find the stronghold of Pomona, though not of Ceres. The tropical parts of Queens- land is the natural home of the pineapple, banana, cocoa-nut, breadfruit, guava, mangosteen, cherimoyer, and the coffee tree. The coffee tree produces abun- dantly in the Brisbane Botanic Gardens. In the Valuable " Report on the Brisbane Botanic Garden," by the indefatigable and talented curator, Mr. Walter Hill, and which appeared in The Yoeman of August 13, p. 725, we find, that from one coffee plant eight pounds weight of berries were gathered last season. " The coffee plantation formed two years ago from seeds taken from isolated trees in the garden, is thriving adm...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 March 1865

âpTOinfi. |ttfcIU#eitöe. ARRIVALS. March 14.-The Danish brig Dannevirke, 187 I tonSiCaptsin Mogenson, from Melbourne. In j Ballast. Barker & Gull, Agents. Same day-Les Trois Amis, 44 tons, Green, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers Messrs. Green, E" Bidley, C. Howlett, a*d H. Gray. Cargo-113 bags wheat, 19 do. flour, 75 do. barley, 60 do. bran, And 141 do. wheat. 16.-Sea Spray, 33 tons/ O'Grady, master, from Champion Bay and Irwin Elver. Cargo -Mñ bags flour, 320 do. wheat, 61 do. barley, and 49 do. bran and pollard. 17.-Brothers, 17 tons, Lewis, master, from Banbury. Cargo-93 bags potatoes, 4 casks apples. > , l8.-Favorite, 46 tons, Lakey, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-Mrs. N. W. Cooke, Miss Waldeck, Mr. and Mrs. Coffer and family (3), Messrs. F. Waldeck, C Duffield, B. Marten son/ J. Davis, G. Arrowsmith, B. Ford and Bev. McCabe. Cargo 243 bags wheat, 50 do,, flour, 130 do. bran and pollard, 10 do. barley, 7 do. oat«, and sundries. 20.-Albert, 24 tons, O'Grady...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 March 1865

THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON, AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. Subsa-ibed Capital, £1,887,020. PAID-UP CAPITAL AND ACCUMULATED FUNDS, ¿61,311,905, Of which ¿6270,000 are invested in Victoria and New South Wales. Perth Agency, Western Australia. No reference to England .required. LOSSES PAID IN MELBOURNE. Directors in Victoria Chairman-The Hon. James Henty, M.L.C. The Hon. Sir J. F. Palmer, Pre- sident of the Legislative Council ; The Hon. James M'Culloch, M.P. ; The Hon. Sir Francis Murphy, Speaker of the Legis- lative Assembly ; The Hon. Robert Turn- bull; M.L.C. Swinton Boult, Esq., Secretary to the Company. W. Murray Eoss, Esq., J.P., Eesident Secretary, Melboxu'iie. FIEE.-ANNUITIES.-LIFE. Fire Premium ¿6580,000. Lue Do. ¿6200,000. Invested Funds ¿83,050,000. Funds invested in Australia ¿6300,000. FIEE DEPARTMENT. Tliis company issues policies on pro- perty and goods, subject to the reduces rates of premium. The fire income in 1861 was ¿6360,130. Class 1.-Detached buildings of brick or s...

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CURIOSITIES OF VEGETABLE LIFE. (Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 March 1865

CURIOSITIES OF VEGETABLE LIFE. . «" " (Australasian.) The peculiar provisions of nature for the preservation of the vitality of Seeds, and the safety of plants, are both curious and interesting. If we would take the trouble to investigate the evidences con- tinually occurring-the evidences, more- over, of design, and of wise adaptation of means to an end-there are on record most extraordinary instances of the vege- tation of seeds which have lain dormant in the ground for ages. Vegetation of some kind has been known to spring from * the sou brought to the surface from many hundred feet deep. We have in cultiva- tion in the field and garden wheat and peas (Egyptian mummy), the .seeds of - jrçhich.weïe Jbund a-few years.since in "one,of the pyramids of Egypt, and sup- posed to have been placed there three thousand years ago. ", .Tn, America is seen the, not uncommon occurrence, after a pine forest has been cut, down, of the. spontaneous production of ^forest trees , of a ^totally diff...

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CALCUTTA. THE LATE CYCLONE IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 March 1865

CALCUTTA. THE LATE CYCLONE IN INDIA. ' A Report upon this destructive Hurri- cane has been issued by the Government of Bengal, from which we make the fol- lowing extracts : The destruction caused by the gale was two-fold. There was first the violence of the wind, to which is to be attributed the wide-spread destruction of houses and and of trees ; and secondly, there was a storm wave which the gale brought up from the Bay of Bengal and drove in front of it up the River Hooghly, and over the country on either side it for a distance of several miles. It is needless to say that this wave, rising, as it did, in some places to a height of 30 feet, sweep- ing over the strongest embankments, flooding the crops with salt water, and carrying away entire villages, was very much more disastrous in its effects than the mere violence of the wind. The injury caused by the gale in the Town and suburbs of Callcutta was prin- cipally done in the northern part of the Town, where the native huts were ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 March 1865

Important Sale of Merchan , dize at Fremaiitler EX: "ETJBOPA." KE. .SÏÏS0I, (5 (GOVERNMENT AUCTIONEER), HAS been favored with instructions from the^lHrectors of the Western Austra- lian Bank, to Sell by Auction at his . Store in Cliff-street, on THURSDAY, 30th MARCH, 1865, at 11 o'clock precisely : THE-undermentioned consignment of goods just landed ex Europa, consist ing'of Congou, young Hyson, and Gun- powder Teas, Barrett's Crown, and black bird tobacco, unmanufactured ditto, Ma- nilla' cigars, Sperm, and Stearine candles, Pbntefract cakes, refined juice, starch, salad oils, (pints and half pints) Came- ron's jred-cabbage, and vinegar in cases, Worcester, and assorted sauces, Wother spoon's txrafectionery, cocoa, W. I. arrow- root, almonds, wrapping paper, coffee mills, bedsteads, carriage rugs, black cloth coats, silk parasols, plated ware, heavy coats, belts, requisites, lanterns, mustards, parlor beïls, journals, note paper, &c., &c, &c. Terms at Time o...

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