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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 7 April 1864

Shipping Intelligence. ABBIVAL8. April 2-Les Trois Amis, 44 tona, J. Green, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers Dr. Elliott, Mrs. J. Moore, Mr. E. Bidley, and 4 others. Cargo-12 bags barley, 242 do. wheat, 100 do flour. 4-Flying Foam, 84 tons, Cooper, master, from Champion Bay. Passenger-J. Leary, Cargo-70 skins, 74 bags oats, 82 do. flour, 25 do. bran, 98 do. barley, 181 do. wheat. Same day-Albert, 24 tona. Leask, master, from Irwin Eiver. Passengers-W. Williams, K. Missingham. Cargo-25 bags oats, 11 do. barley, 184 do. wheat. DEPARTURES. March 30-Speculator, 14 tons, Pettit, master, for Bunbury. Passengers-Mrs. Wenn & child. Cargo-21 bags sugar, 6 casks ale and 4 pkgs. 81-Wild Wave, 28 tona, Cross, master, for Bunbury. Passengers-Ittrs. Boiler and family, and 3 prisoners. Cargo-52 pkgs. sundries. April 1-Arabian, 24 tons, Hannam, master, for Vasse. Passengers-Mr. H. Yelverton and son, D. Sloan, and J. Bell. Cargo-20 hhds. ale, 29 deals, qr. cask wine, 8 tons flour, 1 cas...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 7 April 1864

NOTICE. Alteration in Time for the Winter Months. THE Steamers Lady Stirling and Friends are intended to leave Perth and Fremantle as under- mentioned, altered occasionally as cir- cumstances may require : From Perth: MONDAY-8h. 80m., a.m. TUESDAY-8h 30m a.m.-10h a.m.-3h 80m p.m. WEDNESDAY-8h. 30m., a.m.-2h. 30m. p.m. THURSDAY-8h 80m a.m. ; 10h a.m.; 8h 30m p.m. FRIDAY-8h. 30m., a.m.-2h. 30m., p.m. SATURDAY-Sh. 30m. a.m. From Fremantle: MONDAY-3h. 15m., p.m. TUESDAY-12h. 16m., p.m.-3h. 15m., p.m. WEDNESDAY-8h., a.m. ... ... ) 3h. p.m. At Sessions, 7h. 45m., a.m. ) 4h. 30m., p.m. THURSDAY-12h. 15m., p.m.-8h. 15m., p.m. FRIDAY-8h., a.m.-3h., p.m.-4h. 30m., p.m. 'SATURDAY-3h. 15m., p.m. G. RANDELL & Co. Perth, April 6, 1864. Caution!! » TTTHEREAS a letter addressed to W. VV L. Brockman, Esq., Herne Hill, containing a Cheque on the W. A. Bank for .£41 8s., drawn by Wm. Brockman, in favour of W. L. Brockman, was posted a fortnight ago, in Perth, and has not yet reached its destin...

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Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 7 April 1864

Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. -? , (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1864. Three natives, Mulkarby, Willaka, and Jeemangga, were indicted for the murder of John Lewis, late shepherd to Mr. J. S. Davis, of Champion Bay district. These natives come from the interior, and belong to a tribe who practise the rite of circumcision. The Chief Justice directed pleas of Not Guilty to be entered for each. A native interpreter attended from the North, and was himself interpreted by Mr. Arm- strong. The Attorney-General stated that about the 17th February, Henry Bunn, hut-keeper, heard the report of a pistol near the hut. Saw natives approaching ; after wresting a weapon from a woman he returned to the hut. Got a gun. Went out again ; met Lewis wounded in the side. He called for water : gave him some ; Lewis fell down ; Dunn brought him. into the hut ; he asked' for a little tobacco-water ; gave it him, and it made him sick. Two of the natives came to doctor Lewis, wh...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 7 April 1864

Death.   HILLMAN—At Perth, on the 30th ultimo, ALFRED SHENTON, infant son of MR. A. J. HILLMAN; aged 7 months.    

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 April 1864

Shipping Intelligence. April 7-Mystery, Hedland, master, from Shark's Bay. Cargo-18 tons guano. 9-The brigantine Star of Eve, 125 tons, Captain J. Morris, from Sydney, New South Wales. Cargo-150 tons coal, 76 tierces beef, 80 barrels biscuit, and 60 cases sauterne. Agents-Bickley & Co. 11-Arabian, 24 tons, Hannam, master, from Vasse. Cargo-21 loads timber, í ton potatoes, ? 1 pkg. tobacco and 3 bags onions. ''' _ , DEPASTURES. t ?. April 7-Albert, 24 tons, Leask, master, for Champion Bay and Irwin Biver. Passengers -Messrs. Harford, Messingham, Wilson, and 3 natives. Cargo-2 qr.-casks brandy, (under bond), 79 casks beer, 10 bags flour, 5 qr.-casks wine, 35 bags sugar, and SSpkgs. sundries. ' 9~Flying Foam, 34 tons, Cooper, master, for Champion Bay. Passengers - Dr. Elliott, Messrs. Pearce, Belshaw, Mulkin, King, Mo Donald, Dunn, Davey, DonnUly, and Sainsbury. Cargo-10 cases gin (under bond), 30,000 shingles, 13,821 feet timber, 516 bags sugar, and 47 pkgs. sundries. IN HABBO...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 April 1864

Death. SEMPLE.-At Perth, on the 8th April, 1864, CHARLES WILMAM, infant son of Mr. C. Semple ; aged 2 years and five months.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 April 1864

GOOD NEWS FOR ALL. On Sale at the Establishment of the Undersigned : NEW GOODS, ex Late Arrivals, SELECTED EXPRESSLY EOR THIS MARKET, comprising: Paraffin and Kerosene Lamps, in every variety Chimney Shades, Lamp Cottons Paraffin and Kerosene Oil Shag Tobacco, Cut Cavendish and Vir- ginia ditto Imitation and Seal Meerschaum and Clay Pipes Vesuvian Pipe-lights, &c., Tobacco, Snuff and Pipe Boxes Dark's Cricket-balls, Shoe-traps, Ten- nis, India Rubber, and Foot Balls Perry Davis's Pain-Killer Magic Lanterns Kaleidoscopes, Telescopes Puzzles Walking Sticks Sets of Gardening Tools Guns and Pistols Tivoli Boards Catapultas Glass and China Marbles Paney Dolls And a variety of Fancy Toys, &c. IN THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT Will be found the ALEXANDRE HARMONIUMS, varying from 1 to 14 Stops; PIANOFORTES ; Flutes, Violins, Double-Bass, Banjos, Tambourines, Harmoniflute, Accordéons, English and German Concertinas ; Violin Strings ; Music Paper ; Pianoforte Music; Music arranged for B...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 April 1864

Unreserved Sale at Fremantle ! t MIL SAMSON, Government Auctioneer, Wihi Sell by Auction, at his Stores, in Cliff-Street, on MONDAY, 18th April, 1864,. at 11 o'clock precisely TTTB Balance of various Consignments in hand ex Hastings, Toronto, &c. ; consisting of Crates of assorted Earthenware, Oat- meal, Split Peas, Patras Currants, Figs, Pickles, Coco, Castor Oil, Jams, (as- sorted.) Port and Sherry in cases, Champagne, Moselle and Hock in cases, Port and Rousillian in qr.-casks, Brandy in hhds and qr.-casks, B. P. Rum in hhds, finest .Campbleton Wiskey in cases, Gent's Bal- moral, Boots, Ladies' and Children's Boots, White Lead ; Black, Red, Green, and Blue Paints, in 281b kegs ; Windsor Glass of sizes; ALSO, Stationery, consisting of Envelopes, Blue and Cream-laid Letter Paner, Foolscap, Blotting Paper, and a variety of other articles too numerous to par- ticularize. Terms at time of Sale. - Fremantle, W. A., April 11,1864. Western Australian Cattle Association. AT an adj...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 April 1864

<3síl<5¿' unioxïf Stotts, §ttnlwg. H. WTITGTLTMAN HAS added the WINE, BEER, and SPIRIT DEPARTMENT to the General Business of his Stores ; and can strictly insure to consumers that all such will be retailed by Gallon or Package as imported-perfectly free from all trade-mixture. THE GENERAL STOCK Has been enlarged, and new additions will shortly be made ; while no effort will be withheld to merit continuance of the very extensive patronage this store receives. N.B.-COLONIAL WINES in quantities of one pint and upwards. Butchering in its G-eneral Branches will be added to the Business during the ensuing Month. Bunbury, April 9, 1864.

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STATE OF THE NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 April 1864

STATE OF THE NAVY. The official annual return of the num- ber, name, tonnage, station, and every particular regarding the steam and sail- ing ships composing the British navy, together with the horse-power and arma- ment of each, published under the au- thority of the Lords Commissioners of the Admirahty, has been issued. The total strength of the effective ships of the navy on the 1st of January was 975 of all classes, not including a number doing duty in the various harbours both at home and abroad, the whole of which will be speedily converted into block ships for the defence of the coast, together with a numerous fleet of iron and wooden mortar boasts laid up at Chatham. Of this number there are 72 vessels ranking as line-of-battle ships, each mounting from 74 guns to 121 guns; 42 vessels of from 60 guns to 74 guns each, 94 steamers and other ships, carrying an armament of from 22 to 46 guns each, and the majority of which are of a size and tonnage, equivalent to line-of-battle ...

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The English Mail [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 April 1864

The English Mau Arrived m Perth yesterday, at llh. bum. a.m. We give the following extracts from the Summary of the Home News: In the last Summary contained in this jour- nal, it was mentioned that the Austrian and Prussian troops had commenced their march across Holstein, but that there was still a chance of peace. All that is changed. The representations of England and of France had no effect, the German Powers hurried onwards, and were soon in conflict with the Danes. The hitter covered themselves with honours by their gallant resistance to the enormous force that was brought to bear on them, and several times beat back the invaders with slaughter. But it was the story of Al Hassan and the Fire wor- shippers " Vain was valour, vain the flower Of Denmark in that fiery hour Against the German's whelming power." After a bold struggle the Danish leader saw that he must sacrifice his army or retreat. He fell back (to the natural though unjust indig- nation of the people of Copenhagen,...

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Our Chimney Hook. Tales for Country Headers. MOZART: FIRST AND LAST. [Concluded.] [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 April 1864

<®viv $&«mtfg poí0jt. Tales for Country Headers. -«I MOZART : EIRST AND LAST. _ [Concluded.'] TUST as the feast was being ended, and J while the hearts of the family danced within them with a livelier joy than they had felt for many a day, the clock of a neighbouring convent struck two, and little Wolfgang, as if recalled to himself by the sound, left his seat, and ap- proached the piano. "The stranger," said he, as if speaking to himself, ' looked astonished when Fredrika told him that I could compose ; but where he in this house now, I should let him hear Buch a sonata." As he spake, the child ran his tiny little fingers along the touches, which he could hardly reach, with an ease and precision which it was astonishing to look upon ; then, as if the sound re- called some bright glorious vision, beyond mortal ken, his little eyes closed, his face became lighted with a most seraphic expression, and, abandoning himself to the instrument, he produced sounds so soft,...

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CAPTURE OF GRAHAM. (From an Albany Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 April 1864

CAPTURE OF GRAHAM. (From an Albany Correspondent). Yesterday, the Slat March, Sergeant Finlay, assisted by O'Keefe, brought in the Convict Graham, who was at large under arms, and charged with having fired at and wounded Mr. Quartermaine ; he had boasted at different stations his resolve that no policeman should take bim alive; the police who started after him from Eogenup followed his tracks fifty miles, and then abandoned the pursuit. Sergeant Finlay left here on Sunday, the 20th, as soon as his escape was reported, and got on his tracks at Martinup; from that station he followed him to the Fitzgerald Biver, where he succeeded in capturing him, after a journey of 200 miles. ,-It will be remembered that Sergeant Finley obtained his well-merited promotion in the police force, for his determined conduct in following and capturing some men who had been systematically robbing the Cattle Stations on the Blackwood: that he was several weeks in the bush exposed to the winter rains, and fr...

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Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 April 1864

Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. (Before Mia Honor the Chief Justice.) THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1864 THE native Willaka, found guilty of the manslaughter of John Lewis, a shepherd, was sentenced to 12 years penal servitude. Henry Beard and John Shufflebottom were in- dicted together for stealing, on the 11th January last, a number of sheep, the property of Mr. John Wyborn Parker, of York. Beard was defended by Mr. Howell, and Shufflebottom by Mr. Landor. The Attorney-General, in addressing the Jury, said that Beard was a well-known inn- keeper at York, and the other prisoner was Mr. J. W. Parker's shepherd. The whole case de- pended upon circumstantial evidence, but the evidence when taken together would, he thought, be sufficient to satisfy the Jury that Beard had colleagued with the other prisoner to steal a number' of sheep in his charge. Having stated the case with his usual careful- ness, the learned gentleman called Mr. John W. Parker, who proved that on 28th November last 501 of h...

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The Open Column. TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 April 1864

®&* ®$trc Coinmn. To THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. SIB,-I notice in last Friday's Perth Gazette my name coupled with Messrs. Manning and King, as having withdrawn from the other gentlemen who formed the Deputation to the Governor upon the Sanitarium question : I beg you will give a contradiction to this ; I should be sorry to have acted so inconsistently, after having so thoroughly entertained that subject for some years past. I am, Sir, Tour obedient servant, LIONEL SAMSON. Fremantle, W. A., April 12,1864. THE following is the form of Memorial for a Sanitarium now adopted. It points at the fact that in the recent determina- tion come to by the Home Government on the subject of transportation, this Co- lony has not been in the slightest degree considered. Deference has been paid to other Colonies, but when we are alluded to, " Justice" is at once invoked and dis- regarded. We are compelled to keep the most desperate convicts for the full term of their sentences, and the onl...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 April 1864

"West Australian Times, Published every Thursday morning, and for- warded to every part of the colony, and the British dominions. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, payable in advance : Per quarter . 6s. Ditto, including postage . 6s. Single number . 6d. Ditto, to Subscribers only . 4d. Parties intending to become subscribers are requested immediately to forward their names, with a quarter's subscription, either to the Publisher or an Agent. Agents for the West Australian Times Fremantle-MB. D. K. CONGDON. Guildford-MB. T. JECKS. Torfe--MB. FEED. PARKES. Northam-MB. F. MORRELL. Toodyay-MB. J. Á. WROTH. Champion Bay-MESSES. SCOTT & GALE. Bunbury-MESSRS. GREGG. Busselton-MR. Q. J. GUERRIER. Agent in London-MR. FREDERIC ALGAR, 11, Clement's Lane, Lombard-street, London. CHARGES FOB ADVERTISEMENTS . For the first eight lines ... 8s. Gd. Every additional line . 2d. Each succeeding insertion, half-price. Advertisements will be inserted for three months upon special terms, at reduced prices. I...

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The Colonial Mail [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 April 1864

The Colonial Mail Reached Perth on Monday. The Maories are by no means subdued in New Zealand. From the price of flour at Sydney, Melbourne, and New Zealand it would have paid our Colonists to freight a vessel with that commodity and take it to a still rising market. At the end of February and the beginning of March great floods prevailed in Queensland aud New South Wales. We give extracts from the papers below : VICTORIA. Considerable parcels of wheat have changed hands at 8s. 9d. per bushel. The flour market ÍB again looking up. Quo- tations are made at £24 per ton. Nine shillings and sixpence has been ob- tained for wheat, but little is, however, offering for immediate delivery. NEW SOUTH WALES. Flour is quoted at £23. Gardiner has arrived, and has attracted admiring crowds to the ship. The Governor has called a meeting to con- sider the best means of preventing the prevail- ing distress. The Government have £30,000 in hand for assisted emigration. QUEENSLAND. The Lytton district...

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A COLONIAL CHRISTMAS ODE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 April 1864

A COLONIAL CHRISTMAS ODE. BY A SATURNINE "NEW CHUM."   Oh, let England boast of her snow and frost. That make to her Christmas dear; But in summer time of this sunny clime We welcome old Christmas here. [Beef," They may find relief from their " Old Roast And their plum puddings hot and warm, In drinking old ale till the night grows pale At the fear of the coming storm. But the mutton cheap, from our scabby sheep, Is the grub that most pleaseth me ; And pneumonia meat is a greater treat Than the beef of the old "countree."   And while " swipes" I quaff, in my sleeve I laugh At the drink of the Saxon hind, And Kaludah wine has a taste divine, Like that of a lemon rind. When the north winds bite, they gather at night And laugh loud at the blazing fire. But give me the heat, in the shady street, At ninety degrees entire ; [nose, When the fine dust blows in your mouth and -And you dine off coldest cheer, And of grub each bit is filled with the grit, Whioh can sc...

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West Australian Times. DISCITE JUSTITIAM, MONITI. Hear and be JUST. THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 April 1864

WittV Justralift» §imt%. DisoiTE JUSTTIZAK, MONITI. Hear and be JUST. THUBSDAT, APBIL 14, 1864. -THE original Memorial in favour of a Sanitarium professed to be no more than a draft. It was put forward expressly to elicit public criticism, and was stated ^to be only " suggested," " subject to cor "rection." We are not wedded to any particular form, but we should like to see one adopted which is likely to attain the end proposed. The Duke of Newcastle's * Despatch was published immediately on its receipt, for the purpose of receiving comment-to ascertain the feeling of the public. ¡But when the public begin to stir ianthe mattter, and are trying to come to some definite expression of opinion, an official clamour is raised by parties who are certainly not the most likely to look at the question with the most disinterested eyes ; and all discus i don is endeavoured to be " bonnetted," on the ground that only harm can arise from it, and we had better accept the situation in silence. ' N...

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THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 21 April 1864

THE CIVIL WAH IN AMERICA. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. NEW TOEK, FEB. 6, 3 P.M.-The Nashville Union saysthat the Federal army has crossed the Tennessee River, near Larkinsville, and sur- mises that its object may be to attack Borne, Georgia. NEW YOBK, FEB. 10.-The Richmond Examiner states that a German has been arrested in Eich mond as the ringleader of a plot for the release of the prisoners in that city, and the assassina- tion of President Davis. The same paper states that the Federals lost 1,500 men during the Confederates' attack on the Federal outposts at Newbern. ' General Meade's armymade a reconnaissance in force on Saturday last to the south side of the Eapidan. Lee was found in full force in the Federal front. After heavy skirmishing, in which the Federals are reported to have lost from 200 to 300 men, they returned to their old quarters. Four thousand Confederates made a demonstration against Cumberland Gap on the 29th ult., but, after heavy skirmishing, were «driven back. Mobil...

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