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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 2 February 1833

ON SALE AT THE STORES, OF THE UNDERSIGNED. Perth, and Fremantle, Jan. 24th, 1833 Cogniac Brandy Jamaiea Rum, Hollands, Cape Wine, Dunbars Bottled Stout. Ale in hogsheads, Beef, Irish Prime Mess Pork, Candles, Arrack, Hops, Raisins, Dried Fruits, Apples, Pears, Apricots, Peaches. Prime Butter, Snuff in Canisters, Window Glass, Brass Cocks, Spades, Pick Axes, Sickles, Nails, Steel Mills, Men's Strong Shoes Cart and Waggon Wheels, Corks, Cigars, Crockery, Cloves, Nutmegs, Pepper, Shot, Iron and Steel in Bars, London Mustard, Tin Mugs, Pickles, Pitch and Tar, White, Black, and Green Paint, Mauritius Sugar, Fine and Common Black and Green Teas, London Soap, Seeds, Stationery and Account Books, Slops, Jackets, Sadlery, Tobacco. G LEAKE. Edited, Printed, and Published by CHARLES MACFAULL, at the Gazette Office, Perth TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 10s. 6d. per Quarter, if paid in advance, or 12s if paid at the end of the Quarter. Single number, -One Shilling.   TERMS of ADVERTISEMENTS...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Western Australian Journal, The
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August 16th. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 2 February 1833

August I6th. PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT-It having been announced that his Majesty would this day prorogue the parliament in person, the usual preparations were made for his reception. His Majesty's arrival was announced by a salute   of 21 guns. At 10 minutes past 2 o clock the King   entered the house, in an Admiral's uniform, wearing his robes of state and crown, and preceeded by all the great officers of state, with their respective in- signia. The King appeared in excellent health. The Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod (Sir Augustus Clifford) having summoned the attendance of the Commons. The SPEAKER, accompanied by a numerous   body of members, appeared at the bar, and address- ed his Majesty as follows: "May it please your Majesty,-We, your Majes- ty's faithful Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, attend your Majesty at the close of a laborious and most important session. Your Majesty was graciously pleased, at the com- mencement ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Western Australian Journal, The
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IMPORTS, PER CYGNET, FROM LONDON [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 2 February 1833

IMPORTS, PER CYGNET, FROM LONDON For R. Wake-10 bags Nails, 1 hogshead, 4 cases sundries,-63rd .Regiment-2 bales and 1 case,-Lieutenant Gregory 1 box,-Captain Currie 1 case of hats,-J. Watson,-2 chests of sundries.   R Wells,-10,000 bricks, 1 box,-W. Lamb- 6 hhds Ale,-Mrs. Boyd,-1 box, and 1 parcel. Mrs Ridley,-3 trunks, 3 cases, and 1 bale,-G. F Moore-4 boxes, and 2 bales,-E. Lingard, -11 cases and 1 bale, -Mr. Coucher.-1 case, J. Middleton,-1 case,-Captain Stirling-1 box books,-L. and W. Samson,-1 case clothes, Captain Stirling-19 Tierces of brown stout,: 5 do. Ale-J. Parsons' 1 cask,-B. W. Bland,-1 case J. B, Wittenoom 1 box,-Messrs Trimmers-1 box G Cheyne -2 boxes-J. Chipper-1 cask and 1 chest -W. Tanner,-1 case. G. F.-4 boxes, 1 Washing Machine, 1 case. G. Spyers,-1 Churn J. Hardey,-5 cases and 1 bale, 1 hhd. brandy, J. Kingsford passenger,-64 packages sundries. W. Bickley,-2 cases, and 2 casks powder.-2 chests of drawers, 2 dining tables, 2. card ditto, 10 chairs.- W. Tanner 3...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 2 February 1833

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Arrival the 27 Ultimo. The Cygnet, Captain John Rolls from London ; left Portsmouth the 19th Sept., Cabin Passengers, - Mr. and Mrs. Harris, and six children ; - Messrs Barnard Clarkson, Lenox Bussell, two Miss Bussell's, Mrs. Luke Leake, Miss Kingham, Mr. Shenton, Mr. Robert Souper. Steerage-Messrs. John Hardey, Charles Clark- son, Edward Sears, Mr. and Mrs. Kingsford, and daughter, Messrs. George Coldstock, Edward Hodgson, H. C. Harris, George Gladman, Wil- liam Walker, Edward Powel, George Lagenby, E. Mc Noe, and two children. Servants to Mr Harris, Meloy, Swine, Ann Hunt, Servants to Mr. Bussell, Phobe Bower, Emma Mould. Vessels lying in Gages Roads. -The Cornwal- lis-The Thistle-The Jolly Rambler, and Cygnet.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 2 February 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, PERTH, JANUARY 31st. 1833. Notice is hereby given that the under- mentioned individuals have applied at this Office for permission to leave the Colony by the Brig " Cornwallis", viz. George Thomas Darby, William Henry Hills, Samuel Howden, Peter O'Neil, John Chipper, - Per Thistle By His Honor's Command PETER BROWN Colonial Secretary.   GOVERNMENT NOTICE COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE PERTH FEBRUARY 1st. 1833. His Honor the Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to direct to be notified, that a bill is about to be submitted to the consideration of the Legislative Council, " for regulating the weights and measures of the Colony." By his Honor's Command PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary.                     GOVERNMENT NOTICE.   COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE PERTH FEBRUARY 1st. 1833.   His Hono...

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No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 2 February 1833

No. 2. The travelling sheep of Spain, are called Trash- umantes, and the stationary flocks, Estantes. The fleece of the former is much finer than the latter, arising as was for many years supposed, from the driving, and the peculiar treatment to which they are subject. It has however been pretty well as- certained lately, that the superior fineness of the wool, is not caused by the driving &c, but from their having, originally been taken exclusively, from the better piles, or Cavana's, such as the Paular, and the Negrete, and their being, in consequence, a better wooled sheep, than the Estantes How- ever this may be, I do not pretend to decide, but one fact by it is established, that the driving im- mense flocks of sheep, over vast tracts of alternate poor and rich herbage, does not deteriorate the value of the fleece To me, this circumstance, in this country, ap- pears to be one of very considerable importance because as I observed in my last communication, if, a great prop...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 February 1833

ON SALE AT THE STORES, OF THE UNDERSIGNED. Perth, and Fremantle, Jan. 24th, 1833 Cogniac Brandy Jamaica Rum, Hollands, Cape Wine, Dunbars Bottled Stout. Ale in hogsheads, Beef, Irish Prime Mess Pork, Candles, Arrack, Hops, Raisins, Dried Fruits, Apples, Pears, Apricots, Peaches. Prime Butter, Snuff in Canisters, Window Glass, Brass Cocks, Spades, Pick Axes, Sickles, Nails, Steel Mills, Colonial Flour Wheat Barley Oats Men's Strong Shoes Cart and Waggon Wheels, Corks, Cigars, Crockery, Cloves, Nutmegs, Pepper, Shot, Iron and Steel in Bars, London Mustard, Tin Mugs, Pickles, Pitch and Tar, White, Black, and Green Paint, Mauritius Sugar, Fine and Common Black and Green Teas, London Soap, Seeds, Stationery and Account Books, Slops, Jackets, Sadlery, Tobacco. G LEAKE

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 February 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE PERTH, JANUARY, 7th. 1833. NOTICE is hereby given, that Mr. Henry Smythe has applied at this Office for permission to leave the Colony, by the " Thistle." By His Honor's Command   PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. SURVEYOR GENERAL'S OFFICE, PERTH, FEBRUARY 6th, 1833. The Lieutenant Governor in Council has granted the following Town Allot- ments. PERTH. A 10. Alexander Collie.-H 6 John Bernard-L36. Charles Browne. -V 30. William Birch.-W 25. George Hancock.-W26. James Hancock.-W 76. William Beacham. -W 77. Richard Rowland.-   W 78. John Dewar.-X 2. James Lockyer-X 17. Peter Ambrose. A 18. Perth School.-A 19. Perth   School.-A 20. Perth School. A21. Perth School-A22. Perth     School. FREMANTLE. 82. Henry Edward Henderson-156. Francis Heghin.-402. Robert Hab-   good,-410. Louisa Bond.-422. W. N. Clarke and C. Spyers-427. W. N. Clarke and C. Spyers.-415. Rob...

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PERTH MARKET PRICES: [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 February 1833

PERTH MARKET PRICES: The supply of Vegetables from the gardens, in and near Perth, is very plentiful. Potatoes 6d. Onions 9d. wholesale, and 12d. retail per lb. many of these will weigh nearly a pound each 1s. worth of Cabbages, Knole cole or Carrots, &c. will supply a family of four persons. Melons, Pumpkins, Cape Gooseberries, &c, have been brought to market in abundance within this last week. Water Melons from 1s.. to 2. according to the size Musk-Melons 1s. 6d. to 2s. Pumpkins 9d. to 1s. Fresh Meat is still scarce 1s. 6d. per lb. Kan-   garoo 16d. Our last supply of Lamb was from York: Fresh Butter, Colonial 3s: Cheese do. 2d. 6d     Fremantle is supplied from its own gardens and the farms on the Canning. In Mr. Lamb's garden at Fremantle we are informed are some of the   finest rock, musk, and water melons the Colony has produced. Tha garden is not more than 50     yards from the sea b...

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 February 1833

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS. As complete files of the public Journals at home, are seldom to be met with here, in order to furnish a connected chain of the Parliamentary proceedings of 1832, we avail ourselves of the following In- dex, which is extracted from the Sun- day Times of the 19 of August. INDEX TO THE SESSION OF 1832 DECEMBER 1831.-Both houses met on Tues-       day, the 6th, for despatch of business. In the Commons, on the 12th, the English reform bill   was introduced, by Lord J. Russell, for the third time. The second time reading occupied two nights, and the house divided at one o'clock on Sunday Morning. Ayes, 324 -Noes, 162 Majority, 162-being just two to one in favour of the bill. Adjourned for the Christmas holidays. JANUARY, 1832.-Both houses re-assembled on Tuesday, the 17th. In the Lords, no business o interest the first week. In the Commons, the po- pulation returns, prepared by Lieut Durmmond, deprecated as inaccurate by the anti-reformers. Grant of...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 February 1833

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Departure on the 5th Inst. The Cornwallis, Captain Henderson, for the Cape of Good Hope: Passengers, Mr. Dawson, Mr. Wm. Samson, and Mr. P. H. Dod. VESSELS LYING IN GAGES ROADS.-The Cygnet, -The Thistle, and Jolly Rambler. Expected to sail in a few days -The Thistle for Hobart Town, and the Jolly Rambler for Sydney. We direct the attention of our Corres-   pondents, to the interesting inquiry sug- gested by the following letter, and shall feel a satisfaction in being the medium of communicating any information, properly authenticated, which may advance the ob- jects of the " lover of Natural History" Dear Sir, Being a lover of Natural History, and know- ing that your residence in the wide and little explor- ed regions of Australia, enables you to do good ser- vice in the cause of science ; I beg to trouble you with a few hints. The point to which I would di- rect your attention is one which naturalists have hitherto been anable to decide, and from...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 February 1833

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. The advanced state of this Colony, mainly attributable to individual exertion, far beyond the expectations of the set- tlers, who have recently arrived here, has been the general theme of panegyric, it is sincerely to be lamented therefore, that our circumscribed resources, prevent our affording to the new settler the facilities of communication with the interior, by means of roads, bridges, &c, which he hears at home, are allowed to other Colo- nies, and naturally concludes extend to this The roads we have at present, pass through a very circumscribed tract of country, namely, from Fremantle to Guildford, and again from Fremantle to   the Canning, each a distance of about 20   miles ; as the country on this side of the Darling range, is principally occupied, the attention of the new comer, will of necessity be directed to the locations-in the neigh- bourhood of York, where abundance of excellent land awaits him, and ...

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CIVIL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 9 February 1833

CIVIL COURT. Before G. F. Moore Esq. Civil Commissioner . Keats v. Thomas Peel-Mr. Peel not being pre- sent to defend this case either in person or by deputy, further than sending his servant with various do- cuments, some discusssion took place, as to whether the case should be proceeded in, no accredited Agent appearing. The Commissioner on Mr Clark (who acted for the Plaintiff) representing, that to avoid further expense, he wished the case gone into, and would not make any objection, was of opinion it could not form a dangerous precedent, the case was consequently opened by Mr. Clark. This was an action to recover £12. 10. the amount of the Plaintiffs promissory notes, and a bill for board and lodging. Commissioner. - I dont know whether this ac- count is admitted. Mr. Clark.- There is a counter claim set up of £21. 8. 10. but I am instructed to dispute this, and merely to allow the sum of £1. 8. 6. Commissioner. - I perceive we shall not be able to enter into the case satisfact...

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PETTY SESSIONS, FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 February 1833

PETTY SESSIONS, FREMANTLE. BEFORE G. LEAKE, Esq., Civil Commissioner George Balquoison, a man of colour, was com- mitted for stealing a quantity of carpenters tools, from a chest belonging to the late Mr Gaze, who was speared some short time ago, by the Natives at Kelmscott. John Currie, a Portugese, was committed for an assault on Mary Ann Withnell, a child about 7 years of age, with intent to commit a rape. Stephn Hawker, committed for stealing some spars belonging to J. Bobin, from the south beach. And on the 15th inst. the same party was charge with stealing a cask of Beef, belonging to Mr. Leake, from a boat in charge of Mr Owen.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 February 1833

NOTICE. ALL Persons having any claims on or indebted to me, are requested to send in and settle their accounts immediately, as I am agoing to leave the Colony by the Jolly Rambler. J. Duffield. Fremantle, February 14th, 1833.   FIVE POUNDS REWARD LOST IN THE BUSH.   Strayed from Coolsto r Swan,   about the 15th. January, ay Mare, with Black Points, Top Tail and Mane, about 13 hands high, rising 4 years old, A reward of Five Pounds willbe given on delivery of the said Mare, to LIEUTEN- ANT ERSKINE, 63rd. Regt.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 February 1833

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. On the 14th Sailed the Ellen, Government Schooner, Captain Tobie, for Augusta and King Georges Sound, with His Honor Lieutenant Go- vernor Irwin, Ensign Dale Colonial Aid de Camp, G, F Moore Esq. and the two Natives brought up by Mr. Henty in the Thistle. Vessels lying in Gages Roads.-The Cygnet, -The Thistle, and Jolly Rambler.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE PERTH FEBRUARY 11th. 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 February 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE PERTH FEBRURY 11th 1833 Notice is, hereby given, that Mr. J. Duffield, has   applied at this office for permission for himself and family to leave the Colony, by the " Jolly Rambler." By His Honors Command PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE, COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE PERTH, FEBRUARY 12th. 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 February 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE, COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE PERTH, FEBRUARY 12th. 1833. His Honor the Lieutenant Governor directs it to be notified that His Majesty's principal Secretary of State for the Colonies, has been pleased to confirm, Alexander Collie Esquire, in his appointment of "Co- lonial Surgeon." By His Honors Command PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 February 1833

TABLE of Fees to be charged by the Undersigned Fremantle, February, 1838   Preparing authority to act and filing same 3s. 4d. Taking instructions, 3s. Draft case per sheet, 1s. Fair copy for use per sheet, 6d. Instructions for summons, 3s. 4d, Proceeding same from Perth, 3s. 4d. Instructing Bailiff, 3s. 4d. Attending Case in Civil Court, 6s. 8d. For every 15 minutes after the first half hour, 3s. 4d. Consultations in Fremantle not exceeding an hour, 6s. 8d. Every after hour signing any notice or other pro- ceeding, 3s. 4d. Conveyancing. Taking instructions, 3s. 4d. Every half hour after the first, 5s. Draft copy of deed not exceeding 1 sheet, 5s. Fair copy for use, 3s. 4d. Every sheet after, 2s. Engrossing and perfecting same at Office. £1. 1s.   For every extra sheet 3s. 4d. Draft Memorial for Register per line, 3d. Engrossing same for Registry ditto. 6d. Witnessing same, 3s. 4d. Attending at Perth to register same, 6s. 8d. Searching records at Perth, 6s. ...

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS, For 1832. (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 February 1833

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS, For 1832. (Continued) JUNE.-The order of the day for the third read- ing of the English reform bill, moved by Earl Grey, on Monday, the 4th, caused a division after four hours debate.-For the third reading, 106-Against it 22-Majority, 84; read a third time and passed. The bill was returned to the Commons with the Lord's amendments, which were agreed to, and the royal assent was given, by commission, on the 7th. of June. Addresses agreed to by both houses rela- tive to the attack on the person of his Majesty at Ascot races. Mr. Sadler called upon the house to recognise the principle of poor laws for Ireland, which was negatived. JULY.-Lord Roden moves for an address to his Majesty upon the disturbed state of Ireland, and suggesting the adoption of measures for the main- tenance of the Protestant church in that country ; negatived, on division, by a majority of 41. Bill for the establishment of a metropolitan cemetery company, read a third time and passed. R...

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