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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 September 1833

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, ARRIVALS-On Monday the 9th inst.. the Jane, Capt. Tapper, from Hobart Town, with two companies of the 21 st Fusiliers-Capt Daniell, Capt. Beete, -1st Lieutenants, King and Duff, 2nd Lieutenants, Armstrong and Stew- art ; lady of Liet. King, and family ; Dr Davidson, assistant surgeon; 116 pri.vates, 20 women, and 30 children. On Friday ihe 131 li inst., the Helen, Capt. Taylor, from Sydney, touched at Timor. Sailed i rom Sydney on the 23rd June. Lying in Cockburn Sound-The Issa bella, and Jane ; the Government Shoo ner Ellen, Capt. Toby, employed in conveying the troops and baggage to Fremantle-in Gages roads, the Helen.

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IMPORTS PER JANE, [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 September 1833

IMPORTS PER JANE, 88 bags Potatoes, 1 cask Cheese, 1 case ditto, 1 box Shoes, r2 bales Leather, 21 bags Flour, 13 bags Wheat, 2 eases Hardware, 5 hhds. Oil, I case Preserves, SO casks Flour, 6(30 bags Wheat,, for Government. imports per Helen shall appear in our next. As we were going to press we re- ceived our files of the Sydney Journals up to the 23rd of June,-we are under the necessity of postponing our notice of them this week ; our intelligence from England however per Jane is of a more< recent date.

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MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 September 1833

MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. Bacon, per lb. 2.9. Hams, ditto, Is. 6d. Butter (salt), 1«. 4d' a (fresh),2s 6. Bread, 4 lb loaf, Is. 4d. Beef (salt), per lb. 6d. (fresh) Is. 6d. Mutton, per lb. Is. Gd. Kangaroo, per lb. Is. d. Pork (fresh), per lb. Is 6d. (salt), Sa Cheese, Sydney, per lb. 2s. ditto, English, 2s. Coffee, per lb. is Gd Eggs, per doz. 2s Gd Milk, per quart 8d Fowls, each 3 a 5s Wild-fowl ; pigeon, 9¿ ; duck, 2s ; teal, Is ; swan, 6 a 8s Dried fruits, per lb. Is Gd Raisins, per lb. Is Oil, per gallon 10s Rice, per lb. Sd Wine, Cape, per gallon 5 a 6s Rum Ditto, 1 Gs. brandy, Ditto U\s Gin, Ditto, Sugar, per lb. Is. Tea, per lb. 5 a 7s Potatoes, per lb. 3 a Ad ?-Cabbages, each 3d Flour per lb. bd-by -the bag, 3^d Wheat, per bushel 10s Hay, per ton £8 Soap, per lb 1 s 6d Starch, per lb. 2s Tobacco, per lb. Vinegar, per gallon 5 a Gs Gunpowder, per lb 4s Shot, ditto, Ale and porter, per doz. 24s Edited, Printed, and Published by CHARLES MACFAULL, at the Gazette Office, Perth TERM...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 September 1833

ON SALE, AT THE STORES OF THE UNDERSIGNED at the loiüest prices for cash. THAT superior CARGO of FLOUR per brig" DART." BRANDY, Cape Wine in pipes, half ditto, and quarter casks ; Cognac Bran- dy, London double Brown Stout in hhds., and bottle; Strong Scotch Ale, Vinegar, Sheeps Tongues in kegs, Beef, Butter, Sugar, Sago, Chocolate, Gin- ger, Currey powder, China paper, 200 pieces of Nankeen, Gentlemen's Coats, Waistcoats and Trowsers, a great varie- ty of beautiful Prints per " Isabella" &c, &c, &c. WM. LAMB. Fremantle, August 22, 1833. JOHN DAVIS& Co. beg to inform the Public, that they have opened a whole- sale and retail fe tore at Fremantle, and hope that close attention to the wishes of those persons who may favour them with their custom, will give them some part of the public patronage. LIST OF GOODS ON SALE. Flour Cocoa Sago Beef Pork Porter (Sydney) Candles Raisins Writing P apcr j Slates I Butter I Cheese (Sjdney) \ Mustard <. j R...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 September 1833

JUST IMPORTED PER THE "JANE" FROM HOBART TOWN AND FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED, AT FREMANTLE. POTATOES Sydney Cheese Children's Boots & Shoes F. A. DOWNING. September 9, 1833. NOTICE. Any Persons having claims upon, or being indebted to the Officers of His Majesty's 63rd Regt., will be pleased to settle their accounts without delav.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 September 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Surveyor General's Office, Western Australia, the 6th day of September, 1833, The great importance to Land-Owners of a strict compliance with the requisitions of the Act of Council (2, William 4., No. 6,) for the Registra- tion of all Instruments affecting landed property in this Colony ;-the consequent facility afforded, to purchasers of tracing a title ;-and the fraud and litigation which may arise from a neglect of the simple precautions thereby pointed out, have in- duced the Lieutenant Governor to direct that the public attention be called to the following extract from that Act ; as there is reason to fear that its provisions are by no means so generally known as their beneficial tendency would require, from the absence, at the date of its passing, of a Govern- ment Gazette, or any similar means of publicity. L WHEREAS it is expedient to prevent secret and fraudulent conveyances in this Colony, and to provide means whereby the title of real property may be ea...

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MAGISTRATES COURT, PERTH—FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER THE 13, 1833. Before the Hon. W. H. Mackie, and the Rev. J. B. Wittenoom, J. P [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 September 1833

MAGISTRATES COURT, PERTH-FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER THE 13, 1833. Before the Hon. W. H. Mackie, and the Rev. J. B. Wittenoom, J. P Henry Terry was charged with firing a loaded gun across the River, the ball having passed near Mr. J. Wittenoom and Mr. Cook, who happen- ed to be on the water at the tmie. The Magistrates, after giving him a severe j reprcmand and caution not tu repeat the offence, allowed him to be discharged. (We had occasion some time ago, to notice the careless manner in which guns are fired in the streets, and the immediate neighbourhood of the town, and cautioned the public that it might form a case of indictment ; we are sorry therefore to find that some will still persist in practising it wilfully ; the vigilance of our officers, it is to be hoped, will on all occasions be instrumental in bringing the offenders to justice ) Sarah Mayo complained of having received re- peated ill-treatment from her husband, and per- sonal violence. Mr. Jones and Mr. Duterreau, confirmed t...

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HOBART TOWN. (From the "Courier.") [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 September 1833

HOBART TOWN. (From the "? Courier."J It is with much regret, we announce the loss of the government schooner Badger, supposed to be carried off by runaway convicts. The vessel haj _ i been dispatched with provisions for the station of East Bay neck, and has not since been heard of ; several convicts used to the sea-faring life being also missing, the names of whom will be seen in the runaway list. Among them is Darby, former- ly, we believe, a lieutenant in the navy, and who distinguished himself in the battle of Navarino, also Philip, formerly the master of a merchant vessel, and the clergyman named Roberts, recent ly sent out. Every means is using by government to discover and overtake them. But two things are absolutely necessary to put the final stop to such attempts, namely-the one never to employ convicts on any account in any labour afloat, nor in such situations as managing a signal station, and the other to have an armed vessel or two, one in the harbour, and the other cruz...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 September 1833

WESTERN' AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL THE intelligence received during the week has not added to our previous limit- ed knowledge oí the views of the Home Government respecting this Colony ; it may however be inferred from the extend ed protection afforded us by increasing our number of troops, that the rumours of a reaction having taken place in our favour, are not unfounded. Captain Daniell, of the 21st Fusiliers was sworn in this morning, and assumed the reins of Government, vice Captain Irwin. BY the Jane from Hobart Town we have received our files of Van Diemen's Land Journals up to the 9th of August, conveying intelligence from England to the 13th April. We have occupied a considerable por- tion of our limited space with such ex- tracts as we conceived necessary to elu- cidate the state of affairs both in England and the sister colonies, which must plead our excuse for not continuing this week "the '¡Description of Western Australia" commenced in our last. Omj private communications fro...

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THE NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 September 1833

THE NATIVES. During the past week, Yellowgonga's tribe, with the remnant of Yagan's, have been in and about Perth, and have con- ducted themselves very peaceably, butstill persist in their importunities for money and very good (bread). A singular circumstance occurred yes- terday-the men and women in Perth evinced considerable alarm on the ar- rival of a messenger from Weeip's tribe, challenging them to go out and give some reparation for the death of the one! or two men we noticed they had speared soon after Yagan's death, when they were intimidated from revenging them- selves upon our white people. They sought our assistance, but finding we would not interfere, notwithstanding we offered to protect them in the town, they said they were bound to meet them, and consequently went out. The meeting, we were glad to find, terminated amica- bly ; they assembled in the town in the course of the evening to join in a corro- bora, bringing witli them Weeip and two or three others of his trib...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 14 September 1833

ENGLISH NEWS. Captain Stirling, the Governor of Swan River, has arrived in London, and has had   a long interview with Lord Goderich. It will be recollected, that the object of Captain Stirling's visit, is to obtain the assistance of convict labour for the Swan River Settlement-in short, to ren- der it a penal settlement. Whether he succeed or not, we have yet to learn. Captain Sir Richard Spencer, K. C. H., R. N., is to be sent to King George's Sound, in Western Australia, as governor, with a salary of 10007. per annum, in addition to his half-pay. The Buffalo store ship, and Jackdaw schooner, have been put out of dock. The former will sail for New Zealand early next month. Capt. Sir Richard Spencer and family go out passen- gers in the Buffalo The Sublime is now in dock, and is expected to be commissioned shortly. United Service Gazette, March 30. H. M. S. Success, lately at this port, has been ordered to be sheathed with lead as an experiment. The following di vison ...

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FREMANTLE PONY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 September 1833

FREMANTLE PONY RACES, TWO Subscription Purses will be run for on Wednesday the 2nd day of, October, on the Downs near Fremantle by Ponies of all ages, carrying feather weight. Persons desirous of entering their Ponies, will please to apply to Mr. C. Smith, Fremantle, on or before 12 o'- clock on Monday the 23rd instant, when subscriptions will also be received.

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IMPORTS PER "HELEN," FROM SYDNEY AND TIMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 September 1833

IMPORTS PER « HELEN," FROM SYDNEY AND TIMOR. 134 bags con. 10 tons Flour, 500 ditto, con. 2,000 bushels Bran ; 10 tons Hay, 11 half barrels Powder, 30 head of -Cattle. STORES.-1 ton Rice in 83 bags, 1 ditto Bread in 20 ditto, 2 bags Flour, 8 tierces Beef, Half chest Tea, 2 casks Peas, 7 and a half lbs. Tobacco, 2 bags Sugar, 1 hhd. Rum. In the list of Imports per Jane, in- serted last week, the following were omitted : 2 hhds. Geneva, 2 tons Flour, 1 case Cottons (British), 1 do. Leather (Colo- nial) , 1 bundle ditto ditto.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 September 1833

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LYING IN COCKBURN SOUND..-The Isabella, Jane, Helen, and Government Schooner Ellen.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 September 1833

JOHN D A V I S & CO. beg to inform the Public, that they have opened a whole- sale and retail Store at Fremantle, and hope that close attention to the wishes of those persons who may favour them with their custom, will give them some part of the public patronage. LIST OF GOODS ON SALE. Tea Kettles Wine and Rum Brandy Gin, Segars Pickles Iron Wedges Ditto Bolts assorted Carpenters Tools Sperm Oil Slop Clothing Epsom Salts Blistered Steel Chalk Si 1 k Hand kerchieis Kitts & Cranks Pad Locks Account books Flour Cocoa Sago Beef Pork Porter (Sydney) Candles Raisins Writing Paper ! ShnVs Butter Cheese (Sydney) Mustard Rope Starch Blacking Salt Cod-fish Iron Boilers ON SALE, AT THE STORES OF THE UNDERSIGNED at the lowest prices for cash. THAT superior CARGO of FLOUR Vev hvig « DART." BRANDY, Cape xvine in pipes, half ditto, and quarter casks ; Cognac Bran- dy, London double Brown Stout in hlids., and bottle ; Strong Scotch Ale, Vinegar, Sheeps Tongues in kegs, Beef, Butter,...

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GENERAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 September 1833

, GENERAL REMARKS. The surface of the country traversed in the ex- pedition above detailed, would admit of the follow- ing descriptive divisions, viz- Open downs des- titute of timber, and thickly covered with low brush-Open forest land characterised by its growth of timber with little underwood below Swampy forest land, which was only twiee met with, producing timber trees growing close toge- ther, and thickly matted with an undergrowth of shrubs,-and open grassy pasture thinly wooded. The greater part of the district between Mount Bakewell and the terminating point of our excur- sion eastward, consisted of the second description. The open downs or wolds bore the next proportion. The greatest quantity of grass was observed in the open forest and grassy pasture country.-Our limited time and expeditious mode of traveling did not admit of our paying much attention to the collection of minerals ; traces of limestone were however observed on several occasions.-We met with no birds or an...

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(From "The Hobart Town Courier.") [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 September 1833

(From "The Hobart Town Courier")   Since our last the William has arrived with   passengers from Liverpool. The circumstances un- der which these people have been induced to emi- grate are so extremely disgraceful to all parties concerned, but the deluded individuals themselves, that in the hope of in some measure preventing the continuance of so gross and so cruel a deception, we feel ourselves bound to expose it, and as far as we can to put down the disgraceful system that now prevails at home to such ruinous an extent. Of all the means which designing men have yet devised for enriching themselves at the expense of their fellow creatures, and which the penalty of the law does not reach, none, we conceive can be more reprehensible than this, which not content with stripping the victim of his last shilling, most inhumanly sacrifices the individual himself. We have known, in the time of the late wars, various high coloured inducements held forth to recruit t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 September 1833

PROCLAMATION By His Honor Richard Daniell, Esq., Captain in His Majesty s 2\st Regt, of Foot (or Royal North Brit ish Fu oilier s), Lieutenant Govern- or, Commander-in-Chief, and Vice Admiral of the Colony of Western / Australia and its Dependencies WHEREAS the Government of this Colony having devolved upon me, as senior member oí the Executive Council, in virtue oí'authority contained in His Majesty's Commission to His Excellency Governor Stirling, and having taken and subscribed the necessary Oaths accord ingl}'-Í DO HEREBY GIVE NOTICE of the banie to all Officers Civil and Mili- tary, and I do require all Persons and Inhabitants whatsoever from the Date of these Presents to obey all Orders and Commands that may from time to time be issued by me. GOD SAVE THE KING ! ! Given ander my hand and seal at Perth, this sixteenth day of September, One thousand Fight hundred and thirty-three. RICHARD DANIELL. By His Honor s command, PETER BROWN, v ' Colonial Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Co...

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PENALTY ON PURCHASING SOLDIERS NECESSARIES, STORES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 September 1833

PENALTY ON PURCHASING SOLDIERS NECESSARIES, STORES, Sfc. 64 AND be it further enacted, that any Per- son who shall unlawfully have in his or her pos- session or keeping or who shall knowingly detain, buy, exchange or receive, from any Soldier or Deserter, or any other person on any pretence whatsoever, or shall solicit or intice any Soldier knowing him to be such, to sell any Arms, Am- munition, Clothes, Military, or Furniture, or any Provision», <>r any Sheets or other articles used in barracks, provided under barrack regula- tions , or Regimental necessaries, or any articles of Foradge provided for any horses belonging to H. M. Service ; or shall change the colour of any Clothes as aforesaid ; shall forfeit for every such oflence the sum of Ten Pounds, together with trible the value of all or any of the seveiai ai tides of which such offender shall so become possessed ; if any credible person shall prove on oatli before a Justice of the Peace, a reasonable cause to s...

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DESCRIPTION OF THE TERRITORY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA, FROM DOCUMENTS IN THE OFFICE OF THE HON. J. S. ROE, ESQUIRE, SURVEYOR-GENERAL. Further Discoveries to the Eastward of the Darling Range, by LIEUTENANT DALE, of the 63rd Regitment. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 21 September 1833

DESCRIPTION OF THE TERRITORY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA, FROM DOCUMENTS IN THE OFFICE OF THE HON. J. S. ROE, ESQUIRE,. SURVEYOR-GENERAL.   Further Discoveries to the Eastward to the Dar- ling Range, by LIEUTENANT DALE, of the 63rd Regitment. Having accompanied the Lieutenant Governor on an expedition into the interior as far as Mount Bakewell, I took a temporary leave of His Excel- lency, who was bound homewards, intending to penetrate as far to the eastward as circumstances would permit, and thence after proceeding to the southward for one day to prevent our crossing the same tract of country, as well as to intersect any river which might exist in that quarter, to return to Darling range in a westerly course.-Passing on the 28th of October, with my party consisting of six volunteers, with five horses to convey our   baggage, along the western base of the Dyott hills, over a rich and picturesque country, we ar- rived at the River which washes their base, which we...

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