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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JULY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 17 July 1874
LMSLAUTE COUNCIL r f 5SM£RSt>AY,. JIp&Y ft. the Speaker took the chair at noon. NEW MEMBER. Sir T. Cockbxjrn-Campbell, being in- troduced to Mr. Speaker, as the newly elevted member for Albany, took and tabscribed the usual oaths of allegiance, and delivered to the Clerk the declaration required by the Constitution Act. reports. Mr. Steere, the chairman of the select committee appointed to inquire into the «sees* of expenditure over and above the grant for last year, brought up their re port,twhich was to the effect that all the overdrafts arose out of necessary and un- avoidable expenditure. aboriginal native offenders amend- ment BILL. In Committee. ¡Clause 1.-Two Justices of the Peace, not interested in the matter of the .com- plaint, may try summarily aboriginal na- tives for offences at present exclusively triable by a jury or a Kesident Magis- trate. Mr. Dempster pointed out the diffi- culty of finding in a remote and sparsely populated district two justices of the ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 17 July 1874
To the Queen and Royal Family ; To H.R.H the Prince of Wales" (Special Appointment) ; And to several Indian Potentates* Foreign Governments, and Railway Companies. Established 1749. J. W, Benson, WATCH AND CLOCK, MAKER, GOLDSMITH, SILVERSJSIITH, AND ARTISTIC METAL WORKER. Pbize Medalist of the London, Dub- lin, and Paris Exhibitions. m Maker of the Chronograph by whicÊTthe Derby and all other Races and Great Events of the Day are timed. Manufactory and City House-58 & 60, LUDGATE HILL. West End Establishments-25 OLDBOND ST REET, and 99, WEST- BOURNE GROVE, LONDON. MERCHANTS, SHIPPERS, ANT> WHOLESALE BUYERS are specially invited (before sending their orders else- where) to obtain from the Manufactory the ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE of WATCHES, CLOCKS, CHAINS, JEW- ELLERY, and ELECTRO-PLATE, which are sent post free, as not only are the discounts liberal, but a selection can be made from the largest stock in the world. Orders can be sent direct to the Manu- factory (Ludgate Hill)...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JULY 20TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 24 July 1874
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JULY 20TH. The Speaker took tho chair at bíx o'clock. reports. Mr. Bickley brought up the report of the select committee appointed to consider the ques- tion of immigration, and moved that it be read and printed. This was agreed to, and the House agreed to go into committee on it on Thursday. The Attorney General (Mr. Leake) brought up the report of the select committee appointed to consider and report on the pro- visions of a bill to simplify the title to, and the dealing with estates in land, aud moved that the report be read and printed, and considered in a committee of the whole House on the fol- lowing day. The following ia the report : " The Committee appointed by your hono- rable Council to consider and report upon the said Bill, met on the 17th instant, Mr. Burt and Mr. Carey being absent. The committee said they had read the' Bill, and proceeded to its discussion. Mr. Bickley suggested that the measure should be postponed till next session, on t...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. IN THE SUPREME COURT. (Before His Honor H. H. Hocking, Acting Chief Justice). WEDNESDAY, 8 JULY, 1874. McLarty v. Rockingham Jarrah Timber Company (Limited). [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 24 July 1874
LAW INTELLIGENCE. IN THE SUPREME COURT. (Before His Honor H. H. Hooking, Acting Chief Justice). Wednesday, 8 July, 1874. McLarty v. EoctcingJiam Jarrah Timber Company (Limited). This was an action to recover «£45, the price of a flat sold and delivered. Mr. S. H. Parker and Mr. George Parker appeared for the plaintiff; and Mr. E. A. Stone for the defendants. For the defendants it was contended that the flat was not in good serviceable order when delivered, as had been represented on tie treaty for the pur- chase, and evidence was adduced thal she sunk the same night she wasdelm.r¿d. The plaiutiffs adduced evidence of a contrary nature, and it was contended that the defendants had, notwithstanding any defect, accepted the flat. His Honor said that if the defendants had kept the flat an unreasonable time, without giving notice t\> the plaintiff that they did not intend to accept it, they must be held to have accepted it ; and the preponderance of evidence on that point being with t...
Our Letter Box. [This portion of our paper is set apart for free inter change of opinion on topics of public interest, subject to the usual rules of newspaper correspondence. We are not, however, to be regarded as endorsing the views of our correspondents, who [?] statements are made solely on their own responsibility, and are published whether in favor of the general policy of the paper or opposed thereto. Neither do we undertake to de[?]end any proceedings at law which may result from these letters.] MR. COOK IN REPLY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 24 July 1874
eu mux %n. ¡This portion of our paper is set apart for free inter change of opinion on topics of publie interest, subject to the usual rules of newspaper correspondence. We are not, however, to da regarded as endorsing the views of our cor- respondents, who-a statements are made solely on their own responsibility, and are published whether in favoi of the general policy of the paper or opposed thereto. Neither do we undertake to détend any proceedings at law which may result from these letters.] lißTcOOrnS^BPLYr TO THE EDITOR. Dear Sir,-Believing you will agree with me, that the culture of vines and extension of vineyards, is of public inte- rest, and, as a colonial industry, ou^ht to meet with public support, I once more ask for a portion of your columns to re- ply to your Northam Correspondents Nos. 1 and 3. In my first letter I am aware I made use of rather strong language (I intended it to be so.) It has been my custom to call things by their proper names: a shovel I call a shov...
TELEGRAPHY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 24 July 1874
TELEGRAPHY. to the editor. Sir,-It may perhaps interest your readers to kuow of the following feat of telegraphy. At 35 minutes past 7 on the morning of the twenty-first instant the Past-office received for me a telegram dated the 16th ihstant. This telegram must have been posted in London later than the tenth of July, for that is the day on which the Australian mails would would leave London via Brindisi ; and \ the message expressly says, * Mail gone,' and the date is in words-"July six- teenth." The telegram, though on a private matter, is of vast importance to the colony generally, and leads me to expect a great development of our tim- ber trade. Tours, G. W. LEAKE. July 22,1874.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22ND. The SPEAKER took the chair at six o'clock. BUSSELTON JETTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 24 July 1874
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22ND. The Spxakbb took the chair at six o'clock. ' BÜ88BLTON JETTY. In committee, "Mr. Stebbb (on behalf of Mr. Carey, in the chair) moved that an humble address be pre- sented to His Excellency the Governor, praying that he will be pleased to place on the Esti- mates the sum of £1000 for the extension of the jetty at Busselton. The committee agreed to consider the motion when the Estimates came on for discussion. BONUS. Mr. Logue, in accordance with notice, moved, that, with a view to encourage the development of the mineral wealth of the colony it is desi- rable to offer a bonus of £5000 to the first per- son who will erect smelting works, (on a site to be reserved by the Government, contiguous to the line of railway between Geraldton and Northampton) and who shall smelt at such works, within three years from date, 1000 tons of metal in one year. The necessity for afford- ing some encouragement that would tend to the erection of such works as h...
QUINDALUP. FROM A CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 24 July 1874
QUINDALUP. FROM A CORRESPONDENT. It is not often we have anything to say for ourselves, and what is more, we don't care about appearing in print until our great object of placing our timber sta- tion on an equality with the newly-estab- lished ones, as regards exports, has been accomplished, and until those writers who attempt to ignore Mr. Telverton's claim to the pioneership of the colony's timber trade have been made to acknow- ledge the fact. We have been put to some serious in- convenience, which appears to have been brought about by a strange misunder- standing. For some years past we have received our Perth mail twice a week, and had sufficient time to answer our letters the same day, but an alteration has now been made, which must deprive us of the chance of an immediate reply on one of the two days. The reason for this alteration is said to be that the mail-carrier's safety is endangered by travelling at night-time, over the Capel Bridge, from Busselton to Bunbury, once a w...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, JULY 17TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 24 July 1874
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL FRIDAY, JULY 17th. The Speaker took the chair at six o'clock. PETITION. The Colonial Secretary presented a memorial addressed to His Excellency the Governor from the landed proprie- tors, graziers, stockowners, and farmers of the Melbourne district, praying that His Excellency would be pleased to ap- point a Resident Magistrate for the dis- trict of Melbourne, or make other ar- rangements for the administration of justice; and moved that the same be read. This was agreed to, and the memorial was ordered to be considered in commit- tee when the Estimates were under con- sideration. MESSAGE. The Sergeant-at-Arms announced a messenger from His Excellency the Go- vernor, and the messenger having en- tered handed a message to Mr. Speaker notifying that the Governor had been pleased, in the name and on behalf of the Queen, to assent to the following Acts : An Act to confirm the Expenditure for the services of the year 1870, beyond the grant for that year. An Act to ame...
THE ESTIMATES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 24 July 1874
THE ESTIMATES. TO THE EDITOS. Sir,-In view of the early dissolution of the present form of Government now in existence in this colony, I would sug- gest for the consideration of hon. mem- bers whether it is reasonable, or even consistent, to confirm the proposen in- crease in the salaries of various public officials-already well paid-for ihe en- suing year., I have no doubt that under any circumstances, even if Responsible Government should not be inaugurated during 1875, any surplus revenue would be very acceptable for contingencies that are looming in the distance. The Esti- mates are about to be gone into in the Council, when an opportunity will be given to our representatives to exercise their wisdom in this matter. -Yours truly, Perth, July 23rd.
A PARAPHRASE, [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 24 July 1874
A PARAPHRASE, (Vide "Herald," 4th July, Leading Article) communicated by the Secretary of a Meeting of Stars of the First Magni- tude held, in the Southern Cross. ? [It having been resolved that the Herald should not be allowed to lose its present position without an effort to save it from utter destruction, it has been considered advisable to offer the follow ing amended version of the article in question to the star-enlightened public of West Australia.] The Editor of the " Herald " is particu- larly fond of rural gatherings/ where Mr. Barlee may be a guest, as they furnish him with an opportunity of indulging his love for vituperation and abusing him and the QovèrnmenÇ of, which .he is the representative and exponent. At these social merry-makings Mr. Barlee is the privileged guest, and therefore naturally secure from interruption or opposition in his defence of the Government. The " Herald," however, feels the necessity of counteracting such a security, and con- siders it a duty...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 24 July 1874
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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. FRIDAY, JU[?]Y 24, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 24 July 1874
8$* Hâtent f ttàtralim ©unes. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. xjLÎ i'iU-DAÏ, JßuY 24, 1874. In the Legislative Conncil yesterday-. The ¿PfiAKhß took the chair at noon. ' Mr. C'AftEYnotiäeijf that at the next sitting of the CuuuC Ï lie would move for leave to brin» in a bill to amend the Hoads Board Act. ( Mr, HAMSB8J¿EYjiutnuated that next day he would move that an humble address be pre- sented to fiis Excellency the Governor praying j. that the'suni'of "j£100 be placpd on tho Esti îuaatea aa^the jsnlai'y of the Resident Medical 'Officer ot Itíe^nrray district, in lieu of ¿250. Mr. Makmton ttrou^ht up the report of the qplect com mitt ee on " The Wines, Beer, and Spirit Sale Amendment Act," and the House agreed to go into' committee thereupon on Fri- day (this evening).r- «' ' -- Mri, Padbcby moved that the petition for a brüh/er ov,er the Swan, at West Guildford, be taten into consideiation. > A' short conversation ensued resulting in the House agreeing to further cousider the motion whe...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 24 July 1874
CITY 1>UA IN AGE. - mENDERS are invited by ¿he City X Council, up to 7 o'clock p.m., on , - FRIDAY, the 14th of August proximo, for the undermentioned materials and fijabd»'!'e(iuir^ for tfcMonstra$äpn 0* í% BARREL mÀAIN A" Wellington ai"' ojtlfeg street«^ M ' ? _ , maf^Bl dn^OT^of?w,00^oun( BURNT BRICKS. 2nd. For the supply of 1000 Bushels of best LIME. 3rd. For the excavators' and masons' labor required in the construction of the drain. Tenders for the latter service may be either a lump sum or at the yard run. Plans, specifications, and full parti ^uhtt^tia^bV^ ; yipôr,~at7fh"e Town Hall, daily, from 3 to "4" oVMoclr, pim. ^^he-Co*Hicit^iî^éq^ do not_,bind ¡themselves, rto 'accept,, the loweevor any^tendejC r'-'t! ' ' &lt;? .'*-' 7, ' ? G. RANDELL, r^}"-..".'". ;" Chairman City Council. i¿~ PeT=tn, July ré, 1874. -"""" '*"' Perth City CourîdÛ.^^ THE following By-Law,-is "published^ for tliè^infoTfnation-of- Butchers 'and others ; and notice is hereby given that steps w...
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 31 July 1874
INrEU'JOLONlAL NEWS. The Georgette, with the English and Colonial mails, arrived in Gage's Roads, about Sjo'ciock on Saturday morning. We append our usual summary ot inteicolonial news : VICTQBIA. The political history of the] month is '.un- usually devoid of interest. The Constitution Amendment Bill, for ¡dealing'Vith the Upper House is still before the Assembly. After eight nights' debate, the second reading was carried, amidst cheers, by torty -eight to twenty-eigut votes, a larger division than has belora been recorded in the Legislature, there being only one member ubsent in a House comprising, with ttie ¡Speaker, seventy-eight members. The House, has since gone into comaiietee on the bill, aud had made progress as far as the lourth clause,when, untortunately the Chiet Secretary was attacked with pleurisy aud obliged to absent himself from Parlia- ment, and up to the present time, though recoveung, he has been unable to resume his official duties. But tor this cause a decision ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 31 July 1874
** "HOB THE BLOOD IS THE JL LIFE."-See Deuteronomy, chap, xii., verse 23. Clarke's World Famed Blood Mixture Trade Mark,-«' Blood Mixture." THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER AND RESTORER, For cleansing and clearing the blood from all impurities, cannot be too highly recommended. For Scrofula, Scurry, Skin Diseases, and Sores of all kinds it is a never-failing and permanent cure. It Cares cid Sores. Cares Ulcerated Sores on the Neck. Cares Ulcerated Sore Legs. Cores Blackheads, or Pimples on the Face. Cures Scurvy Sores. ^ Carea Cancerous Ulcers. Cures Blood and Skin Diseases. Cores Glandular Swellings. Clears the Blood from all impure Matter, From whatever canses arising. As this mixture is pleasant totbetaste, and warranted free from anything injuri ou» to the most delicate constitution of either sex, the Proprietor solicits sufferers to give it a trial to test its value. Thousands of Testimonials from all parts. Sold iu Bottles 2s. 3d each, and in Oases, containing six times the quantity, ...