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

FOB MELBOUKNE DIRECT. THE clipper schooner " WILD DAYRELL," ^158 tons register, expected from __jSingapore in abont taree weeks. For "freight or passage apply to T. & H. CARTER & Co. A. FRANCISCO, Agent. Fremantle, Feb, 15,1865. For Adelaide. THE fine brig NILE, JOHN WALKER, commander, _will sail about the 21st March. passage apply to JOHN M'GIBBON. Fremantle, February 22,1865. For Sale or Charter. THE well-known A 1 clipper barquetta "TIEN-TSIN," _pj. T. Jarman, commander, is open to sale or charter. She is too favor- ably known to need comment. Apply to BICKLEY & CO. For Freight or Charter. TH E fine fast-sailing A1 Hamburg barque "ALERT," ST^Woigens, commander, is open to en- gagement to any part of the world. Apply to BICKLEY & CO. Sale of Yaluable Household Furniture, &c., &c., &c., AT FREMANTLE. IE. "sSsOI, (Government Auctioneer), HAS been favoured with instructions from CAPTAIN FINNERTY, to sell by Auction, at his Resid...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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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 24, 1865. Summary for the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 March 1865

Jjertft êmiit * S. g. Aimes. ^f " Be just and fear not ; W Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Sliakspeare. . M FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1865. Summary for the Mail. A HISTORY of the events of the past month might be written in a few lines. In political matters, the only movement is that of the attempt now being made to procure a chance in our Con&tution, by the substitution of a two-third elective Chamber of Legeslation for the entirely nominee Council, the members of which have heretofore been the ostensible law- makers and dispensers of the colonial revenues. Ostensible only, as in reality the Governor does as he likes in all things ; the public have no part in the Council, the official members of which, as a matter of course, in consideration for their offi- ces habitually vote recording to-the opinions entertained by the Governor and, forming the majority, any opposition on the part of the independent nominees is invariably useless. Dissat...

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REPLY. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, 4th March, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 March 1865

EEPLT. WESTERN AtJSTBÂIiIA. l * c Colonial Secretary's Office, . Perjbh, 4th March, 1865. * O.CXUAX, "xvix jil gil \JUJ xuirt/. SIE,-I am directed by His Excellency the Governor to acknowledge your letter of the 25th ultimo, stating that you were desired by the Committee appointed at the Public Meet- ing- held at Perth on the 21st ultimo, to, request that information would be required by the Govornment- from them in performing all that is necessary upon the part of the Peti- tioners, uuder the Act of the 'Imperial Parlia meut 13 & 14 Viet, cap 56, in order to obtain for this colony a Legislative Council accord- ing to the ninth Clause in that Act ; and to state that His Excellency has no power to decide on the prayer of the proposed petition without the concurrence of, the Legislative C ouncil, and he is not aware what the views of the Council may be on the subject; conse- quently he regrets that he is thereby pre- cluded from now giving any decision regarding the requiremen...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 March 1865

To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. MR EDITOR.-I beg you would kindly permit the following statement of my position to be inserted in your, valuable paper:-   After a fruitless attempt to obtain re- dress for a nine months' illegal imprison- ment in the Bunbury Lock-up, all my re- sources are completely exhausted, and the position of myself, wife, and three chil- dren, that of poverty. At the time of my imprisonment I had a lease of 200 acres of land, which I had partly, cleared, fenced, and built upon, this now is useless as I have no means to cultivate the part cleared, and thus ensure a living for myself and family. Had I received the " damages" of £150   awarded me against constables Dale and Bovell, there would have been no neces- sity for my appealing to a public generous and willing to assist the unfortunate, but as I have not, and as there is at present but little chance of getting them, I beg, through the medium of your paper,...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 March 1865

Camgpntoiia. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette ¡Ç W. A. Times. SIR,-Oa such questions of general importance to the colony as " Transporta- tion" and " Colonial Legislature," it is only right that every settler's opinion should find means of ventilation, I there- fore venture to trouble you with this let- ter, containing my opinions on those sub- jects, which I beg you will have the goodness to insert in your next issue. With regard to the first subject, ^con- sider that the system has worked well for the convicts themselves. Many have had the chance, and availed themselves of it, to become, what they never could have hoped to have done in England, good useful members of society ; while, at the same time, the colony has benefitted by their labors, as well as by the expendi- ture resulting from their transportation to it. I regret much, therefore, that the Imperial Government has weakly acceded to the clamor raised by the quasi virtuous demagogues of the other Australian Colonies, an...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 24 March 1865

To the Editor of the Perth Gazette $ W. A. Times. SIR,-In your paper of the 10th inst., you have a long article recommending the culture of the silk-worm to the at- tention of the settlers, as likely to be pro- ductive of much benefit. I won't quarrel with your statistics on the subject, as they are not far out, but will merely quote them to show the fallacy of your deduc- tions. 1 You say that 400,000 worms are ne- cessary to the production of 1121bs. of silk, and to feed this number of insects you admit that 20 acres of pollard mul- berries are requisite, and you add that Is. per oz. may be obtained, for the silk in Perth. Well now I find that the average price of silk* in Calcutta has for some time ranged at $12 fussilly seer, which is as nearly as possible Is. per oz., and lOOlbs. of silk would therefore produce ¿860, (Silk it should be borne in mind is sold not in cwts. of 1121bs. of 16 oz. each, but in lOOlbs. Troy of 12oz. each), as the re- sult of the labors of 400,000 worms...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 March 1865

BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT. Copy of a letter received from Messrs. GORDON AND GOTCH. Dated Melbourne, July 25,1864. " DEAR SIR,-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 matter ? 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, «fee, (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 Pills, an...

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REMARKS ON THE SEASONS IN QUEENSLAND. (Brisbane Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 March 1865

*'5B5EMAEKS ON THE SEASONS ^''j: ÍN QUEENSLAND. (Brisbane Courier.) ?if-' Among the various difficulties which attend the cultivation of the soil in new countries, is obvious the most important ,of all is the ignorance which necessarily "will exist, until dissipated by the ex .perience of years, as to the characteristics of the various seasons of the year, and to the time when the various changes take place. The great advance elsewhere .made in the science of agriculture and (the knowledge of the nature and habits '"of the various plants cultivated-their various constituent parts, as shown by chemical analysis, and applied to their 'Cultivation by the cultivator to supply those which they most require, and in which his soil he knows to be deficient ÎS rendered completely valueless until ¿bis great difficulty is removed. The pro- blem as to whether agriculture of any de- scription is adapted to the climate cannot be finally solved until sufficient time has elapsed for observations to...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 March 1865

TJECJE GREAT REMEDY OFTHEAGÏ?, HOLLOWAI'S 0ÜJTMMT, The effect of the Ointment on the System. * To the very core and centre of all dis- eases which affect the human body, this remarkable * preparation penetrates. It disappears under the friction of the hand as salt disappears when rubbed, upon meat. The unguent performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, and without pain. Simple eruptions, open sores, hard tumours, scrofulous developments of all kinds, abscesses, cancers, old wounds, and, in fact, every species of inflammation or suppuration, whether in the skin, the flesh, the glands, or. among the muscles,, can be arrested in its destructive course and permanently cured without danger, by rubbing in this inestimable Ointment. Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Sores, and Ulcers. In many Hospitals in Europe this cele- brated remedy is now used for the cure of old wounds, sores, and ulcers ; ig Spain and Portugal, and in many parts of Italy, the first Physicians regularly prescribe its use. It ...

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PHOSPHATIC MANURES. (From the Australasian, February, 3.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 March 1865

PHOSPHATIC MANURES. (From the Australasian, February, 3.) BEFORE entering on particulars as to the other manures containing phosphates largely, or the non-nitrogenous manures as they are sometimes called, it will be as well to point out the peculiarities of the phospho-guanose, and see how they differ, both in composition and in effects, from the Peruvian guano, which derives its value from the large proportion of nitrogenous substances it contains. Taking this first, it should contain about about fifty per cent of azotised or nitro- genous animal matter and salts of am- monia, (which, by decomposition, are capable of yielding from ten to fifteen per cent, of pure ammonia,) twenty-five per cent, of phosphates of lime and Mag- nesia, and^twenty-five per cent, of water and alkaline salts with a small propor- tion of soluble phosphates, and of course a little sand, Analyses of the guanoes in which* the phosphates predominate very widely, that from Bird Island being said to contain as m...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 March 1865

Corrscspa,ití>nttc. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette $ W. A. Times. SIB,-In forwarding the accompanying copy of Correspondence, which we beg you Will have the kindness to publish, we greatly regret to be obliged to feel it our duty to recommend Masters of Vessels frequenting this port, to de- cline to pay outward pilotage dues, until as-; sured that they shall absolutely receive the services of an outward pilot ; and, whilst the Government regards its duty as Conservator of the port in the neglectful light it now does, we. would recommend Masters of Vessels to ' pro- test energetically against the present taxation olVTonage Dues also. We are, Sir, Your most'obedient Servant, ;. BICKLEY & Co., Agents to Lloyd's. Fremantle, March 28, lbG5. 'SIR,-Annexed we beg to hand you. copy of a report made to us by Mr. Pilot Jackson,.relative to the grounding of the Brigantine David- &\ Jebsie upon the " Transit rocks." We believe this must have occurred through some misap- p...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 March 1865

CHINA. The political and domestic news of the past fortnight are not altogether without interest. A glance at the events of the year 1864 may serve to bring us conve- niently up to the present situation of affairs. About the beginning of last year we recorded the very critical state of affairs in the neighbourhood of Shanghae, where Major (now Lieut.-Colonel) Gordon held a perilous position beyond the world re- nowned thirty-mile radius, and seemed in danger of being surrounded and cut off by detachments, under rowdies, from the city of Soochow, which he was then besieging ; but, owing to General Brown's moral support, a reaction took place, the rowdies despaired and surrendered to Gordon's clemency. The events which followed were all of a nature more or less exciting ;-the gradual environment < of Soochow ; the escape of the Chung Wang (now dead) ; the assassination, by his brethren, of the Mo Wang ; the treachery of Li Futae ; the secession of Gordon from that mandarin'...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 March 1865

I M PO RTA NT NOTICE, T BE IE I? IR, OERIBTQR Oü'THE H AVINO- found it necessary (in consequence of increased consumption) to remove; his BUSINESS to larger and more commodious premises, begs to inform his customers and the colonists generally, that he has removed to those SPACIOUS Premises at . the Corner of* William Street and St. Gî-eorge's Terrace, formerly occupied by MB. E. BARNETT, and he trusts by that facility, aided by the help of machinery for the various branches of his business to be enabled at all times to meet the increasing requirements of his customers. S.:T. ÜVI. takes this opportunity of tendering his grateful acknowledge- ments to the citizens of Perth and the Colonists generally, for the liberal and com- mendatory support he has experienced since his commencement (1852), and he still cherishes the idea from past experience, combined with integrity and assiduity to business, ever to enjoy those privileges conferred on him. Dessert, Wine, and Navy Biscuits in ever...

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FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 March 1865

FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) It is my painful duty to record a fatal boat accident, which occurred on Thursday last, the 23rd Instant. The boat which belonged to the Wild Dayrell, lying some considerable distance beyond the usual riding ground for ships, left the South Jetty, having a crew of four men, towards the close of the afternoon; a fresh breeze blowing at the time. When well out in the offing a gust of wind caught her, and she in some way filled with water, and from what I can understand went straight down. She had heavy iron ballast in at the time. Three of the unfortunate men were drowned, before any as- sistance from either of the ships in the roads could reach them ; the fourth swam to the Nile and was taken on board in an exhausted state. No traces of either of the three lost bodies, or of the boat have yet been discovered. Our harbor has presented a more animated appearance this week than it has for some time past. On Saturday the Alert from Melbourne, and ...

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THE PETROLEUM WELLS OF WESTERN PENNSYLYANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 March 1865

THE PETROLEUM WELLS OP WESTERN PENNSYLTANLA. A correspondent of the Boston Traveller, who has recently explored the oil region in the Western Pennsylvania, writes an interesting account of the wells and the active business which the petroleum dis- coveries have created. We quote a few passages : WONDERFUL GROWTH OF THE OIL EMPORIUM. " A ride of twenty-eight miles by rail southerly from Corry, Pa., through a rough but richly timbered country, brings you to the celebrated Oil Creek and Titus ville, emporium of petroleum. Four years ago this place was but a little village of some twenty dwelling-houses. It lies mainly on a broad plateau upon the northeastern or left bank of the river ; and has, it may be, something like 6000 inhabitants, of whom 980 are taxpayers. The soil is yellowish loam and clay, and the streets are execrable. As many as one thousand teams, carrying each about six barrels of petroleum, have been seen to cross the bridge and pass through them in a single day, and as...

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CHINESE JOTTINGS. Writing, from Nanking, the special correspondent of the San Francisco Evening Bulletin says:— THE GREAT REBELLION AND ITS CAUSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 March 1865

CHINESE JOTTINGS. Writing, from Nanking, the special corres- pondent of the San Francisco Evening ¿Bulletin says : ¿THE GREAT REBELLION AND ITS CAUSES. J "Amid the ruined columns of the tombs of the Ming Dynasty, under the shadows of the Holy Tortoise, in the old capital of of this Celestial Empire, surrounded by the blood and carnage of the Imperial " braves" lusty with the " loot" of Nank- ing, it seems a fit place and time to ask what has this Taiping rebellion effected in China ? Has it done anything ? Is it put down by the capture of the great stronghold of the insurgents ? Seriously and soberly speaking, this treason-if treason it may be called which has deluged this unfortunate land with blood for the last. thirty years, originated in the southern part of China among a courageous few, who preserving the memories of the old glory of the Empire, before the Mantchu Tartars usurped the "thone, looked with horror upon the cruel and humiliating edicts of their new rulers". These Ta...

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PERTH SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 March 1865

PERTH SMALL DEBTS COURT. A case was decided on Saturday last in the Small Debts Court at Perth which has been much talked about. It was an action brought by a Pensioner named Delany against J. Sallenger, for damages on account of injuries1 received on the last day of Perth Races, when the defendant rode against and knocked down the Plaintiff, who was walking on the aide oi the Pevtliroad. The following ia the case: '- MchaeLjDéíany^-I left the Race Course with J[ohn Turner* after the^Qaeen's Pgjfjjft-hadrjteen run for* at about'1 i müesx>ff, near^tKe^>lpôt, we were walking /quiet%oîifthé'îeft side ^)i the road, Turner baa.my right, -I about ajyard off the road in the bush; I heard horsetf coming ; the road was clear, I looked round, and kept more to the left to let the horsesfjtess j-I-fooked round again and saw them about 100 yards off, galloping. I looked round a third~time, when Sallenger dashed his horse against me and knocked me down, he then said " get out of the way.". ...

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REPORT. Pilot Station, March 15, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 March 1865

BEPOBT. Pilot Station; March 15, 1865. SIR,-At 7.50. P.M. on the" 14th the'Brigan- tine " David tj' Jessie struck and grounded on the Transit rocks. - At 9.15 got the vessel off; remained by her until 10.20. p.m. and found' she made no water ; I then left, when the. Captain : pro- ceeded on his voyage, '' The Vessel .was running about 6 knots when she struck.-Sea'smooth,-Wind S.S.W. . Your obedient Servant, W. D. JACKSON, Pdot. Wallace Bickley, Esq. Agent to Lloyd's &c., ¿c., iuc. Fremantle. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, March 23,1865. GEN-TI/EMEX,-I have the honor to inibrm you that your 'etter of the 20th inst., transmitting a copy of a report from Pilot Jackson relative to the striking of the Brig gantme David Sç Jessie on the Transit Rocks, has, by direction of His Excellency the Governor been referred to the Harbor Master, a copy of whose remarks on the occurrence I do myself the honor to enclose ; and His Excel- lency is not of opinion that any other steps than ^...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 March 1865

WS Por Sale or Charter. THE well-known A 1 clipper barquetta "TIEN-TSIN," _T. T. Jarman, commander, is open to sale or charter. She is too favor - ably .known to need comment. * Apply to BICKLEYS CO. POP Freight or Charter. THE fine fast-sailing Al Hamburg barque S. "Wbegens, commander, is open to en- gagement to any part of the world. Apply to BICKLEY & CO. Sale of Valuable Household Furniture, &«., &c, &c., At FREMANTLE. Iß. 8AKS0Ï, . (Government Auctioneer), HAS been favoured with instructions from , CAPTAIN FINNERTY, to sell by Auction, ' at his Residence, in Cliff Street, on SATURDAY, 1ST APRIL, 1865. At 11 o'clock precisely THE whole of his HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, consisting of Dining and Drawing Room Tables and Chairs, Easy do., Sideboards, Chiffoniers, Sofas, Carpets, Hearth Rugs, Window Hangings,, Candlesticks and Shadçs, Lamps, Eight-day Clock, Electroplated Dinner and Tea Services, Dessert Knives and Forks, &c., &c, &c....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 31 March 1865

' SALE OF HAY AND FITTINGS MR. J. J. EAETOJ HAS received instructions^oi^^e Direc- tors of the Eoebuc^^^ vï'astoralï and Agricultural Association. ï (Limited) j ' to AU>xyMotioÁ, near the^Sôuth Jetty, f^^tle;'öÄB^Tpa>lT NEXT, 1st Awdl; at^hàlkgast ten a.m. : A \Q"UAN1)ITT of Fittings, and UÊg? Hay (from 16. to 20 tons) landed from Ship Hastings. Perth/March 30,1865. . t POT* " TiïtTzWïr "* HOYLES' ANDFANCY PRINTS, BINGHAMS,: ? c ?r :~ ^ pi ^ S*REY;d&LICO A^iJS±E3^tte, WHITE ^HIETnçi CALICO¿ * ; HORROCKS' LONG CIIÖTHY" WELCH FLANNEL, , , WINJET AïfD ^NICKERBÖCKERj FANGT TWEElfe-ÄD DOESKIN/ BLACK DOESKIN, AND SUPER-'. FINE BLACK CLOTH, FRENCH TWILL*AND: COBITRaS,* ^COLORED -. COTTÓNi HINDÍEER^ CHIEFS, LINEN CLOTJTTING DIAPERS, > ( LONG WOOL SHAWLS,, r,'r,-/ - LAME& CAMLET DRESSES AND SKIRTS ^ - ' -i ' *?-.--» »-' >; s BLANKETS, r GENTLEMEN'S FELT HATS AND CLOTH CAPS;* M MEN'S- CILÍSKIN SO^JTÏÏi WESTERS, -- MET'S OILSKIN COATS;r -\fcjeDIES' WINTER BOOTS: ! ;...

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