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Quarter Sessions Perth, Wednesday. Oct. [?], 1855. (Before His House W. M. Messrs [?]] [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 10 October 1855

duartH *mm«m, Peru, raiaeass.. On. «, MM. 'aaatBkllaarwr.a. Sualt, Ita,eat»aaa ef MifWlal Tai Cnt cast wUch^btaiaed a hauing » thtt of Um murder of Mr. John Hurford. ' During the whole of the trial, whhh lasted until late on Wednaadty, the Caart wa* crowded; and it an* with regret that w« prrceivad arraral ataslat, som* of them wbh infsnt. in their anas, amoag tht Bjiiltiilt. some of whom aweiatad ia i—ti.Ii ? «m. withsUnding tbt ditgwtiag aetaja of a portion of tbeeridaac*. The prienaan, W. E. llodd and Bridget Uarlpd. w« de fended by Mr. Howell, wboaadithe taoat orarcrrbtdaw. Tie eridesoi, tlthoagh cirrainisVtntiil, was raatrkibly daar, aad «ntirdye«uUisb*dth,PuUofth.pri*oa*n in the opinion of crery one in the Coart. If any douUetisted, U arts, bowmr, rt- moved the next morning, by tb* voluntary confession of the ismtlt prisoner, who ad mitted that she bad foreknowledge that the murder would be rwtimiitton. aad that it hsd been eomnuttad. She alto faapUceted enotherper»on,nsn^Oebo...

Publication Title: Inquirer & Commercial News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The loos of the Tiger. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 10 October 1855

ThalmoftiwTIfK. ▲ coon-tvuttol, wbica bwtod tbna ?-**, UMDblal OS bMTi U» Maj-X/i BBf »-»? l«y-»lU]StbiaBt,lolr/ia« aBrrlrta. oOctn aad cmr of tb* Tlfer Meaa tricato loat oa the 13th rf Mar bat, at Odaaa. TbaktunaadnpcrUtolWAdaliaWy toaffin,th*c»tr»MWt4«UrU.U«n»* to the court, it proceeded to try First Lieal Koyor. ami Mr. Ediagtue, ssaster of th Tiger, fur tho lost of lb» ?hip. Tbo cour buiug previously acuuillod all Um otae officers and ship's company of all blame ii the said Ins, they bewne accessary at wit nessus. r'ramttacviuWsreitarfearedth* Um Tiger » bound Car (Meat, end sail* for her destination la company with mm other vessel*. Qo Ibo day of tbe Mate the weather was very haxy, and toward s^ht a thick fog cam* on. Captain Ginard after giving direction* at to da* saittnaT ol (ka tmbJ, mind to Ui cabim. «i*iD«ef3tn to the mate and oflocj* of the watch to call Ji' J^-lfr «ot Into 8 taibna water, Chub* ttUktnwn. the first male of Ik »ateh, mi «n deck shortly attar 4 o'clock, u ...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF "THE [?] AND COMMERCIAL. NEWS." [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 10 October 1855

t^mtsfnina. amT^ a naval rBb.tr. vat at I**. wadnaW -bt a. o- ml idmt#tmTmbm Mis, avat or ejTArcaaaa. ?/ ear cwraOModcaca. Tn tal fnrn iir 'Tirt fiiama .** - BIB,— Ifttb admiUed tbt tb cratortaf *0 aonl nrtninU k tb inherent dread of Uad'a jottVmaotinafutun itate.it baoniytbaTBrarf eroSty to bam (bat aaiury bar iambolodbj man-.baom.by ary of tba Ua bpaofpar don which tb drril it w ready to *a«««tlor tit* ^BffHirE tff HI*'** *l*if CTTTfirlf (jfliT ?ff-tTI'Mttl'il AtaniBKUrkal member oi acbtr. I dnin to offor, with ddenac* aodhamflitytoay aptritaal toacben. a bw of my own tboagkt. oo tb awftd crime of aenbr; and to pniaoi tbm with our murk, tbt I ao bdiere, wen my tWw of tb aubjeet men gnanl.U would taoi to ttrencUeo tb nrtniau wlocb dciar (him tbmmmhiinnnf that crim*. I **' aanothinKin my Bibbloaa ewanUubnuftbt Godptrdon. amrdar, bat I aa mtieb u inata tb bdirfuat b doa oof . Permit m*. Sir, brirfr tontkroagnlb bw moatttriking portion. of HoTy Writtnring on Uu« aaf ulcaV^ tkrt iT uy ...

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The Reosption of Louis Mapoless by the English People. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 10 October 1855

Th» BawnrtioB of Leoif VugiMB bTtUlariljhPtopi*. W. nan*, that Kajba fa ? II Hall bt* n*andwU**AtMvu*adt*vb*aia*aMwb katmaoliawa ? , ? aaaaaat etrllbr ib faHi fnea »b a^BMawbl ib *»a*M paew af tb ha Mdaraaad b*- Uaa ktony wm bb byaaab ab ha aaa saw to auaanka ito Baaaa Cattaa fltteJB*a Ata ?ay boo*™ aiaitf ead ah*, a a. aaaa of faa^f |4-U *S|4 iHaUtf MaTHd CbbHIBwSbw. VataV sal Ilia, aoa«BlueaaoaiBwiU.Oeb ofWaaicl l ia»wMbaiiirdiiiiwahlbwa1*flbaaia-. p»boe,waoay»n-t«dtbilliBti --*w4*?a*l * at* vba* ibaamrd a* aaaaa aWatd dm* aatalaiilai Cudba baaw acnar.b *n» edi Thteaadto aftbUeae* Maaaa hai,ab,c-aay aaiTltaiii I* thbtraapaW *». pobea. **«ttoeM-*r*M,ba*a*a*ay paper iht Afaneuy i*»K»r) dant a raMaauai »adaonpldTydldtb»liT*lala«f tbatpuaraW clia, hi -ua.iat.ni. lbt,btat»lg»i. tfaCiaa lulofUloaa. fat Hail vain: Bnrwraaef ato probud wbooa- ef ua kaeanr, aad *f ? ita 7mmt mm fck by ib taffi at bb tain from lhdrabra.wn«e.bJaab«to«*Birtt.ia addna u Kapdaa. -Tab aw ead tan I at nblMwaatebd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 10 October 1855

MR. C. SMITH, AUIXEO LOT of abort M stabler Cattle, aad a I*t «T Cloth-* Ml tliMUuMH huim. *«, **? York, Ool. «, IMS. KOTICL rIE aaatetlgaed, hlatitiaTto deatU. tali ?-? in thle Ccaoay al aa early 4akt, ratpteUaUy rvqants all najiitt tajik-lid ia w«iirf H.l.ii»n at York, to a*de their account, by tht and ef April. itUti. TUOUAS POPE. Ob Sale at the Stores «f the udenlsMalt— ?\7E8T «??*?* Caagaa lav ia 414b. V bOBM Coanoa Mack tea, la await bom laperial. (uptwda-, aad brtaa tan, (fnw) Good rtnea atftr Senarier coaster eager CMpmerrJduZtatgtr KnrFllMma Be* Pars* tahb riot Fiee jetty table rice Good swapl riot Split pa* xZSJZZ Barley andosts Floor ia U(i aad ia bamh Bengal builpt u Up Rm caw maari alter bant BoMtiaieedcil Cavandah ubaeeo, ia Urge aaa aasll Uaaiut clean, U COO ham Bean! —4 Ciawm ahtUtT Malay act Ba*nl cany foviar Pan cold drawn cader all China praatriet God* waw aad leaecaade Abeneiky Uecaiu, ia lias Indian tad Chin an loy» tad figtrtt Straw bait Wbiu heap ism Tarred do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 10 October 1855

She Jnqoinr and -$ommrrcial $tws ST. GEOBGM TKRRJLCB.PKRTU. mnNmRMW Letter-Press Priitiig at uwnuu rucvi Tket-roprbtonb^ prepared toexeeeai U TAAMI «AK»S A OXROVlASe, SHQM18T8 I MLMKABS AocriM in nans tius 8AL* CATALOGUE*, Xuoiti oiA«ttrtltnitii'i Carls Both uUniyrwa and p^partl***. hiwrni i»b* aamta ill ef Type, ?jtdteMohaawaawrMarmwmvras^viaf fiOCNTBY Bwlirrfltr* ame* Unt* .fas* tot, Inmn Imfifwmnbit Stem tknmglkfmt. At Of mq/trit* art «/ ma ny ftorf sfo—W tit f- ifnihr faw it hlAi-iUHi|ru nfiifin/ ?*** AU. WMfttt ????rfiUlfr I*** *»??»? riM v4sw't. «r air ft flint r. Ha F. Guana. nRnmMwH mmifimn eJ£u!n.l*Hk, AtZmmZ. mm/S^U /Jdmmmmu mnmlmim mmm.^dmwwf, amdmimtr — ?'»?*?» t—**-, «aa m saw «****?»*/.*? Ottumr, m iitimr W- citm u «fa- ?»??!-» »f iiJiiitl *» ZoUMf-fnmU ? KwTlCB. rpUB UdMatt «T Ki»w»»Jli *r* b- 1 formad ihaleofb* of 21* Afww ana* fir-minir' f ? iKnn eaSab at Mr. ChsrUDeffloM. Sura, High-ctrcel, Fremaatbi what Bifibt ta obtained, HUb of Lading, Castom Uoas* Karri**, For...

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RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 17 October 1855

RAILWAYS. By whom shall tney be made and managed ? Such is the title of a pamphlet lately pub lished by Blundell and Co., of Melbourne. It is a reprint of four letters formerly pub lished in the Argus, and addressed to the Honorable the Speaker and Members of the Legislative Council, by Mr Richard Wolley, Secretary to the Melbourne Cham ber of Commerce. As a temperately writ ten and practical review of the important subject treated of, the. pamphlet is well worthy the attention of every one interested in the question of railway communication ; and whether the reader may or may not coin cide with all the views expressed by the writer, he will to all events find them repay attentive consideration. Starting with an outline of the systems -which have been adopted in England, America, France, and Belgium, for the construction and manage ment of railways, and consideration of their several results, Mr. Woolley, conceiving that none of these sy^iems are applicable to the circumstances of t...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 17 October 1855

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. By the Overland Sound Mail, which arrived in Perth on Saturday, we have received advices from South Australia to 14th Sept., forwarded per ' Robert Olive.' By the same opportunity we have received a file of Van Diemen's Land papers, but those from South Australia did not arrive by this opportunity. The news from the Crimea is not of so late a date as we possess, extending not later than 16th June. A vessel named the Punch was advertised to leave for this colony on the 15th Sept., but it was expected she would not sail until the 18th or 19th, or until after the arrival of the .July mail from England. Our correspondent states : — ' This place is all in a bustle, in consequence of the elections ; the Go vernor having, on receiving the despatch relative to the new constitution, dissolved the Council, in order that he might ascertain the feeling of the country. Almost every candidate pledges himself to vote for two houses of parliament, for full con trol of the land fond...

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TO THE EDITOR OF "THE INQUIRER AND COMMERCIAL NEWS." [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 17 October 1855

— ^ — — ? . To the Editor of ' The Inquirer asd Commercial News.' SIR, — I must beg to notice the particulars of the letter ofyonr correspondent ' Cardiphonia,' and I will do so if you please after his own style of numbered paragraphs -. — 1. He speaks kof Cain as having an offer of pardon before but none after^ the commission of his crime. But can he shew that the offer was ever withdrawn while. Cain lived ? Can he shew that the animal ( rouching at the door in readiness for sacrifice might not have been, at any time, acceptably offered up, or that there could be any necessity for his father to become the executioner of Cain, who himself, says, ' Every one that seeth me shall slay me.' 2. The notice of the Cities of Refuge has no connection with the subject of the letter. 3. The holy Scriptures nowhere speak of Jewish criminals as precluded from the possibility of mercy, by God allowing them no time for re pentance. 4. David's crime. ' He did not with his own hands murder' Uriah th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. As a general rule, we wish it to be understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions or expressions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF "THE INQUIRER AND COMMERCIAL NEWS." [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 17 October 1855

? ♦ ? gg£TMs a general rule, we wish it to be understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions or expressions of our correspondents. ? ♦ ? To ths Editoh or ' The Inquirer ajh- Commercial News.' SEK, — I wish to know the opinion of the press and public, with reference to two cases of horse stealing, by which I have been a sufferer. As regard* the first case : — I let on hire, a horse for one day, the party hiring the animal stating that he intended proceeding to Perth. He, how ever, went to Fremantle, and* sold it together with a cart and harness. As soon as I heard of it I went to the .Resident Magistrate, and he imme diately sent two policemen in search of my pro perty. They soon discovered the cart and har ness, and then we proceeded in search of the horse, which had been sold a second time. The horse was found, and eventually delivered to me by order of the Resident Magistrate. With respect to the second case : — A mare was stolen from my run and sold at Perth. The ...

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Amateur Theatricals. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 17 October 1855

The evening fixed for the first of the dramatic representations was singularly unpropitious consi dering the season of the year ; the lain continuing to pour in torrents with very little cessation throughout the bitter part of the day and evening. To this circumstance, perhaps, the excessively thin house on the first night may be partly attributed. The performances went off very flatly — not, we believe, because the pieces were inferior to those previously selected, or that the actors were less up to the mark, but because the audienca were more fastidious than usual. It would seem that some of those present must have expected to witness the first-rate acting of professional artists, rather than the crude and humble attempts of mere ama teurs. We need scarcely state that any one who visited the Mechanics* Institute on Wednesday under the impression that they would see even second or third rate acting must necessarily have retired disappointed and disgusted. Be this as it may, the per...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. MERCANTILE REPORT. Thursday evening, June 28, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 17 October 1855

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. MERCANTILE REPORT. Thursday evening, June 28, 1855. There is no change to report in genera ltrade since last week, and the arrival of later dates from Eng land by the Sea Park have failed to enliven our market for European imports. Indeed it is com plained of on all hands that the demand for all cur rent commodities never was duller in any former year, and the inactivity is more especially felt in the sale of all articles of luxury. Another considerable accession to our population has been made this week by the arrival of the emi grant ships Taymouth Castle, Sea Park, and Velo city — ihe number on board approaching to 1,000 souls. Beyond these three vessels, the week has passed without any other extracolonial arrivals. Later intelligence from tbe neighbouring colonies was brought by the Bosphorus on Sunday, and the Havilah on Monday last, after a few days' suspension of our usual regularity of communication. Many artieles appear to be simultaneously scarce in the ot...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Executions. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 17 October 1855

The Executions- 9 Tsb condemned criminals underwent the kat Ifl penalty oftiie law on Monday morning at thenew ? gaol, Perth. The woman suftered first, and. alone II Ihe two men were hung together. The woman W fully confessed her crime, corroborating ihe evi- I dence adduced at the trial. Dodd attempted to ll implicate Dixon, stating that he was ihe actual 1 murderer white he (Dodd) was merely cognizant 1 of the fact ; that Dixon came to him whilehe was I lying under the haystack, and said he was going I to bU ihe old man, and that afterwards he ȣ 1 tamed saying that he had murdered Hurford. j But if this is the fact, why did both he and the 1 other prisoner, in theirattempt to criminate Dixon 1 at Bunbury, persist in affirming that Dixon had , 1 potsoned Hurford. If he knew that Dixon was hi the real murderer, he would naturally give ihe /I correct history of the fact,andnot.afkfMoiis his- * 1 torv If Dixon had murdered Hurford by stran- 1 gtdatwn, as Dodd affirmed on Sunday night...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE MINES SHARE LIST, MONEY AND GOLD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 17 October 1855

ADELAIDE MINES SHAKE LIST, MONEY AND GOLD MARKET. Share Market.— Bui ras, £140: Princess' Eoyals £25 ; Royals, 10s to 12s. Money Market — Money on Freehold, 10 to 12? per cent. ; da on Burra scrip, 12J per cent ; do. discounts, leasehold, small loans, and other security, 20 per cent Gold Market— Gold, Victoria, £3 17s 6d Echunga £3 15s 6d.

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Northam and Toodoan. Meeting of the Toodyay, Northam, and Victoria Plains Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 17 October 1855

Storftam mi ^ooiftm. A Correspondent has transmitted the fol lowing for publication r At a Meeting of the Committee of tho above Society, held at Herbert's hotel on the 1st Oct^ the following resolutions were passed: — Proposed by Mr Clarkson, seconded by Mr Waters: — J 'ThRtMr Herbert be applied to, to know hem many sheep pens he will be prepared to harefer the use of Society at the General Meeting ' Mr Herbert being applied to, bis reply was perfectly satisfactory; abundance oT Proposed by Mr Whitfield, seconded by Mr Sinclair and was carried unanimous ly:— 'That the undermentioned genflemen be written to, to act as judges for awarding the prize at the an^ mud show of stock, &C., on tihe moSdng rf wS nesday, the 31st October instant, viz, MeW J W Proposed by Mr Whitfield, seconded by Mr Davidson: — 'That the judges of the Society meet at 10 o dock on the 31st Oct^ to award prizes in the fol lowing rotation, viz^ horses, cattle, sheep, &c. Proposed by Mr Davidson, s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 17 October 1855

VICTORIA. The gold market is quiet, the price remaining at £3 17b. per ounce, buyers.

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Local and Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 17 October 1855

Jfocat and ianwstui Jntettijgcutt. A private letter received from Albany states that gold has been discovered in that neighbour hood. We have not heard the precise locality where it has been found, whether the specimens are small or large, nor whether there are indications of an abundant supply of the precious metaL Subscriptions have been raised in Albany for the purpose of defraying the cost of prospecting for gold in the locality where the recently disco vered specimens were obtained. His Excellency the Governor wQl depart on Ms tour of the Eastern Districts on Tuesday next. We are glad to find that his Excellency has determined not to interfere with, the Harbour Master's and Pilot Establishments ; at all events, he will not so interfere as to destroy their ef ficiency. We do not now hear that there is any chance of the latter establishment being re moved from Bottnest, that project, if ever se riouslyentertained, being abandoned. Three prisoners escaped from the convict establis...

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GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. Thursday, June 27, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 17 October 1855

GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. Thursday, June 27. 1855. Dight s Mills. — Fine flour, £48 per ton ; seconds, £45 do ; Gallego, £50 ; bran, 4s. per bushel ; wheat bought at 18s. to 19s. 6d. W. Degraves and Co.'s Mills.— Fine flour, £48 per ton ; seconds, £46 ; Haxall or Gallego, £50; bran, 4s. per bushel ; wheat bought at 18s. to 19s.

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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 17 October 1855

ETTROTM^NT^mEK^E. Fbom late files, we extract the following European intelligence : — Extensive operations are being made in the little island of Heligoland, for the recep tion and accommodation of the volunteers into the British Foreign Legion. The amount of the force to be there collected is estimated at from 5,C00 to 10.000 men. In the south of Germany, recruiting for the English army is going on sub rosa, and more successfully than was at first expected, under the auspices of a ci-devant Schleswig Holstein officer. It appears that the Government allows £975 per hundred head of recuits delivered safe and sound at Heligoland, including keep and travelling expenses. The bounty paid by the individuals to the contractors is sta ted to be £6 each. Upwards of one hundred navvies hav% been engaged in Sunderland to proceed to the Crimea. Terms, 30s per week with ra tions. In the House of Commons on . the 17th May, Lord John Eussell moved for leave to bring in a Bill to enable Her Majesty...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 17 October 1855

1 COMMISSARIAT. m mENDERS, in duplicate, endorsed 'Ten- lp A der for repairing Boat,' will be re Wt; caved at this office until noon on Saturday, Ip: the 20th instant, from persons willing to K .?-. undertake the undermentioned repairs and R alterations required to be effected in a whale m boat belonging to the Water Police, viz — m To be removed and replaced by new W ones: — ? W- Gunwalls (in one piece) W Bow-chocks I Hugh-board I Sailing thwart I Knees, fore and aft Jack chocks j Thwart fillings ; Butts refastened Gratings, fore and aft. r Boat to be raised six inches, and given 'f more shear. False keel to be lengthened, ^ and the boat fitted with a Rudder as well as a Steer Oar. j Commissariat, Fremaatle, \ Sept. 28, 1855. J Important Sale at York. - MR. SKINNER Will. sell by Anction at Doncon's Hotel York, on the 24th instant : — A LOT of Horses, consisting of Cart Geldings, Brood Mares and Fillies, and one Entire Arabian Horse of great power and Symmetry ; Several Pens of Shee...

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