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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 12 October 1833
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL, on Friday the 11th inst., the Freak, Capt.-, from Ho- bart Town, and King George's Sound. , The Stirling and Buffalo transport were at King George's Sound when the Freak left. The Brilliant and two or three other vssels from England were ex- pected daily. DEPARTURES. On the 7th inst., the Jane, Capt. Tup- per, for Batavia ; the Ellen, Capt. Toby, tor Port Augusta, with a detachment of the 21st Fusiliers. Capt. Mc'Dermott's cutter, the Cum- berland, is expected to sail in a few days for Hobart Town.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 12 October 1833
GOVERNMENT NOTICE Commissariat Office, Perth, October the 8th, 1833. SEALED TENDERS in Triplicate will be received at this Office on Tues- day the 15th instant, at 12 o'clock, from such Person or persons as may be willing to Supply for the use of the Surveyor General's Department, the following Ar- ticles of Stationery : Double Elephant Drawing Paper, 3 feet 3 by 2 feet 3-One Quire Blotting Paper-Half a Ream Hard Pencils-Four Dozen Camel-hair Brushes-Two Dozen Indian Rubber-Two Bottles Quills-Three Hundred Carmine-Two Cakes or Bottles Red-Ink Powder-Six Papers ;j:in Tacks-Five Hundred The Tender must express the price of each Article in words at full length. JOHN LEWIS, Dep. Asst. Com. Gen. GOVERNMENT NOTICR Commissariat Office, Perth, October 10, 1833. SEALED TENDERS in Triplicate will be received at this Office on Friday the 25th instant, from such Person or persons who may be willing to Supply lor Three months Certain (commencing on the 1st of November, 1833,) Fresh Meat for the ...
MAGISTRATES COURT, Before the Hon. W. H. Mackie, and J. Morgan, Enquires J. P. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 12 October 1833
MAGISTRATES COURT, Before the Hon. W. H. Mackie, and J. Morgan, Enquires J. P. William Holmes was charged with being drunk in a Public House, kept by Mr. Mason, and breaking a tumbler which he refused to pay for whereunto William Holmes replied, that he had &nbsp; been assisting to lay a floor in Hodges's oven, and had taken some drink, which affected him when he got into the air ; -he broke the tumbler by accident. Fined 59. for being drunk and cxpences. Peter Broughton, private 63d, was sentenced to one months' imprisonment with solitary con- finement in the Jail at Perth, for beating and as- saulting his wile without any provication on her part. The only defence he could aduce, was that he never ill treated her when sober, and when drunk he did not know what he did.
MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 12 October 1833
MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. Bacon, per lb. 2s. Hams, ditto, Is. 6d. Butter (salt), J v. Ad' a (fresh),-2« 6. Bread, 41b loaf, Is. 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), Sd Cheese, Sydney, ' per lb. 2s. ditto, English, 2s. Coffee, per lb. Is 6d Eggs, per doz. 2s Gd Milk, per quart Sd Fowls, each 3 a 5s Wild-fowl ; pigeon, 9d ; duck, 2s ; teal, Is ; swan, 6 a 8s Dried fruits, per lb. Is Gd Raisins, per lb. Is Oil, per gallon lös 1 Rice, per lb. 8rf Wine, Cape, per gallon 4 s 6d Rum Ditto, 16s. Brandy, Ditto 14* Gin, Ditto, Sugar, per lb. Is. 4 Tea, per lb. 5 a 7s Potatoes, per lb. 3 a id .-Cabbages, each 3d Flour per lb. 5cZ-by -the bag, S^d Wheat, per bushel 10* Hay, per ton «£8 Soap, per lb Is Gd Starch, per lb. 2s Tobacco, per lb. Vinegar, per gallon 5 a 6s Gunpowder, per lb 4* Shot, ditto, Ale and porter, per dot. 24s Edited, Printed, and Published by CHARLES MACFAULL, at the Gazette Ofíicé, Perth TE...
RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE SWAN RIVER BARTER SOCIETY. RULE 1st. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 12 October 1833
RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE SWAN RIVER BARTER SOCIETY. RULE 1st. Each member agrees to take the Notes of any other member as Cash, provided they are drawn according to one of tne following forms, and regu- larly entered in a Book kept for that purpose, by any one member nominated. FORM OF NOTE TO BE USED BY AGRICULTURISTS. ONE POUND. (No.) ONE POUND. I promise to pay the Bearer on Demand, on the first Friday in March, June, September, or Janu- ary, the some of One Pound Sterling, in Cash, (colonial produce, or stock, at 5 per Cent, below the then market prices. Entered ( ). Signature ( ). FORM FOR MERCHANTS. ONE POUND. (No.) ONE POUND. I promise to pay the Bearer on Demand, on the first Friday in March, June, September, or Janu- ary, the sum of One Pound Sterling, in Cash, (or in stores, at 5 per Cent, below the then market prices). Entered ( ) Signature ( ). 2d. That any person tendering a Note or Notes for Payment to any Agriculturist shall have the right of choice of any propert...
(From the "Sydney Herald.") [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 12 October 1833
(From the " Sydney Herald") Our present interest is to procure con- sumers of Colonial commodities, and such a num ber of useful mechanics as shall supply our own wants, by Colonial manufactures. For this pur- pose, every man disposed or qualified to occupy ground, should be invited to do so, by every in- dulgence that a liberal Government can b«stovv. We follow the opposite extreme in withholding all land from setllerb except by purchase, which it Í3 unreasonable to think they should all be able to effect. They might readily pay five times the | amount of their farm by their industry in a few ] ) ears, as in America, but it is beyond their power to do this in three months, before a plough has thrust into their ground, or a cabin reared in which they may lay their heads. If the Home Govern- ment could be induced to cause an alteration in this respect, it would render the sale-of-laud sys- tem more palatable to the poorer Colonists than it is at present. Our readers are fully aware, ...
CIVIL COURT, Before G. F. Moore, Esq., Civil Commissioner. PERTH, 8, 9, & 10 OF OCTOBER, 1833, [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 12 October 1833
CIVIL COURT, Before G. F. Moore, Esq., Civil Commissioner. PERTH, 8, 9, & 10 OP OCTOBEiï, 1S33, The cases before the Court this sitting, ivolving principally matters of account, occupied the Com- missioner four days. As nothing of public inte- rest occurred, we have not considered it necessary to occupy our space with the dry detail of Dr. and Cr's. accounts, we therefore merely give a sketch of the Proceedings. Lyon v. Steel.-This was an action to recover Damages, which were laid at 500Z., for a slander of title to an Estate on the Swan River. Mr. Clark conducted the case for the plaintiff, whose title being fully established on an agreement designated " the duck and geese agreement," re- ceived compensation in Damages to the amount of SOL Lewiv, by G. Leake, v. Lewis.-This was a complaint that the Defendant is indebted to the Plaintiff his brother, at Hobart Town, in the sum of £1924. Ils. 5d., for goods sold and delivered, and the balance of account. Mr. Clark, for the pl...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 12 October 1833
FOUND. A ONE POUND NOTE. Application to be made at this Office. FOUND, A Coffee Pot, a Saucepan, and drudg- ing box. The owner, by giving a satis- factory description of the property, and paying the expences of this advertise- ment, may recover the articles on appli- cation to CHARLES FARMER, Perth. Tne awful mortality amongst the child- ren of the British soldiers on the Madras side of India, has at length been brought officially under the notice of the authorities, and there is but little doubt, that on examination of the records, it will be found that the lower provinces of Bengal are by no means less prejudicial than the Sister Presi- dency, to the those unfortunate Europeans, who are attempted to be brought up in this country to maturity. England imports into this country a large portion of her army for the defence of her Indian possessions, and the Local Government have continued to hold out strong inducements to European marriages amongst the soldiers, repress- ing at the sam...
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 12 October 1833
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL Onr files of the Van Diemen's Land Journals have not come to hand WE have delayed going to press until the latest moment, in the expectation, that we should receive further intelligence by the Freak ; the following is the only authentic information we can arrive at : Captain Sir Richard SPENCER, K. C. H. R. N., had arrived at King George's Sound in the transport Buffalo, with the appointment oí Government-Resi- dent, and a salary of £100.,-not 1000/. as erroneously stated. Sir James STIRLING, when the Go- vernor Stirling sailed from England in May, was expected to take his departure for this port, via King George's Sound, in July ; he therefore may be expected here about the end of January. In the absence of official documents from home, the Government despatches having been detained at King George's Sound, to be forwarded by another op- portunity, we abstain from making any general remarks upon the intelligence we have received ; to relieve the public...
COPY OF MANIFEST PER "FREAK," CAPTAIN SINNOT, FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 19 October 1833
COPY OF MANIFEST Per "FREAK" Captain Sinnot, FROM SYDNEY. 30,000 Shingles ; 313 sacks, 608 bar- rels, 12 half barrels, and 9 quarter bar- rels Flour : 3 casks from the Governor Stirling, taken on board at Kg. George's Sound. We have not received our list of Im- ports per Arranzau and Monkey, their cargoes however consist principally of rice, and a few luxuries. Sugar and tea continue articles of con- siderable demand, at extravagant prices.
MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 19 October 1833
MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. Bacon, per lb. 2s. Hams, ditto, Is. 6d. Butter (bait), Is. 4c?' a (fresh),2« 6. Bread, 4 lb loaf, Is. Beef (sail), per lb. 6d. (fresh) is. Gd. Mutton, jier lb. 1*. Gd. Kangaroo, per lb. 1 s. d. Pork (fresh), per lb. Is 6d. (salt), bd Cheese, Sydney; ' per lb. 2s. ditto, English, 2s. Colfee, per lb. Is Gd Eggs, per doz. 2s Gd Milk, per quart Sd Fowls, each 3 a 5s Wild-fowl; pigeon, 9d; duck, 2s; teal, Is ; swan, 6 a 8s Dried fruits, per lb. Is Gd Raisins, per lb. Is Oil, per gallon 10s i Rice, per lb. 8d [Wine, Cape, per gallon 4 s 6d Rum Ditto, 16s. Urandy, Ditto 14s Gin, Ditto, Sugar, per lb. Is. 4 Tea, per lb. 5 a ?s Potatoes, per lb. 3 á 4&lt;¿ -Cabbages, each 3d Flour per lb. bd-by -the bag, %\d Wheat, per bushel 10át Hay, per ton £8 Soap, per lb Is Gd Starch, per lb. 2s Tobacco, per lb. Vinegar, per gallon 5 a Ga Gunpowder, per lb 4* Shot, ditto,-. !: Ale and porter, per dozi 24s Edited, Printed, and Published by CHARLES MACFAULL, at the Gazette O...
J. HANCOCK & SONS [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 19 October 1833
J. HANCOCK & SONS Beg to return their thanks to their Friends and the Public for the liberal support they have received since their commencement in the Timber trade, and hope, by steady perseverance, and strict attention to their commands, to meet their future favours.-All orders in writ- ing, paid immediate attention to, and speedily executed. Scantling and Boards, not exceeding 7 inches side and edge, 16s. per 100 feet run, at weather side. All other sizes in proportion. N. B.-Three excellent Kangaroo &nbsp; Dogs to be Sold for Cash or bartered for stock or goods, warranted to kill and shew; Also, a fine domesticated Kan- garoo for sale.-Apply at J. Hancock &nbsp; & Sons, Belmont.
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 19 October 1833
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL A vessel arrived in Gages Roads this morning ; the anxiety which universally prevails, beyond precedent, for news from England, induced us to keep our columns open until the latest moment, consistent with the arrangements we have made for forwarding our Journal by Saturday's post, we regret however that we are un- der the necessity of going to press another week without having it in our power to "relieve those around us, from the dream- ing existence, into which they are lulled, by the uncertainty regarding the measures which are to be adopted to forward and extend this Territory. Struggling as we are still compelled to do with all the inconveniences and difficulties attending a confined circu- lating medium, it is by no means a mat- ter of surprise, that the minds of those who have directed their attention to the subject, should at this moment be excited to relieve us from onr immediate exigen- cies, and to give an impetus & security to our fu...
PUBLIC SALE OF STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 19 October 1833
PUBLIC SALE OF STOCK. A Public Sale of Stock, recently imported by Captain Taylor, per the Helen, from Sydney, &nbsp; took place at Perth on Tuesday last, pursuant to &nbsp; advertisement. Notwithstanding the Sale appear- ed to be attended by a fair sprinkling of purchasers, but few sales were effected. One pair of bullocks was sold for £36., and we believe £12. per head was offered for the remainder, but was re- fused. Our market, from the scarcity of money,-it is idle to deny the fact, is at present very circum- scribed, and unless terms of accommodation are offered, it is utterly useless to force sales. How- ever desirable the acquisition of stock may be, and however great the positive advantages are, which present themselves to our view, still the greater part of our agriculturists are forcedly necessity, and not their will, to hold back until the prices are re- duced to such a level as will afford an equable re- turn to the importer, without oppressing the pur- ...
EMIGRATION. CAPITALISTS of £300. and upwards, Agriculturists, Artisans, Mechanics, and others, who may be disposed to emigrate, and who have the means of paying the cost of their passage, are invited to an attentive perusal of the following Report of the Committee of Management of the Social Emigrants, and to unite with them in establishing an extensive Settlement in the District of KING GEORGE'S SOUND, WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 19 October 1833
EMIGRATION. CAPITALISTS of L300. and up- wards, Agriculturists, Artisans, Me- chanics, and others, who may be dis- posed to emigrate, and who have the &nbsp; means of paying the cost of their passage, are invited to an attentive perusal of the following Report of the Committee of Management of the So~ cial Emigrants, and to unite with them in establishing an extensive Settle- ment in the District of KING GEORGE'S SOUND, WESTERN AUSTRALIA. The district of King George's Sound (which has been aptly described as the Italy of Australia, from, the equable temperature of its climate) is situate near the south western extremity of Australia; it possesses local and other advantages, which mark it out as one of the most desirable portions of the habitable Globe for Colonization, and is likely to become, in a short period, a flourishing Commer- cial and Agricultural country ; but its chief riches will consist in its flocks and its herds, for which there is abundance of pasture. Public ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 19 October 1833
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, &nbsp; Perth, October 16, 1833. NOTICE is hereby given, that Major Nairn has applied at this Office for Permission to leave the Colony. By His Honor's command, &nbsp; Peter Brown, Colonial Secretary Survey Department, Perth, Oct. 16, 1833. THE Perth Building allotment A14 has been re- signed to the Crown, and will be re-granted to another Applicant should no claim to it be pre- sented at this Office on or before the 11th proximo. J. S. ROE, Surveyor- General. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Commissariat Office, Perth October the 10th, 1833 SEALED TENDERS in Triplicate will be received on Friday the 25th inst, at noon, from such Person or persons who may be willing to Supply for the use of His Majesty's Troops THREE Puncheons of good Jamaica Rum. The party or parties tendering must state in words at full length the price per Imperial Gallon. John Lewis, Dep. Asst. Com. Gen. &nbsp; GOVERNMENT NOTICE. &nbsp; Commissaria...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 19 October 1833
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. The barque Freak, Captain Sinnot, is from Sydney, and not Hobart Town, she left that port on the 17th August, and King Georges Sound &nbsp; on the 30th September. &nbsp; ARRIVALS. On the 15th instant, the Arranzau, Captain Jordan, from Java : out 29 days. &nbsp; On the 16th instant, the Monkey, Capt. Pace, from Java. This vessel had a narrow escape, the Captain mistaking some lights on Garden Island for a light on Arthur's Head. They anchored off the Stragglers, and were brought over to Gages Roads on the following morning. On the 18th instant, the Government schooner Ellen, Captain Toby, from Port Augusta, with a detachment of the 63rd Regt., relieved by the 21st Fusiliers. The cutter Cumberland, after being at sea for 4 days, endeavouring to make Augusta, put back on Monday last. Lying in Gages Roads.-The Government schooner Ellen, Monkey, Arranzau, and the barque Freak. In Cockburn Sound, the brig Helen.
GENERAL POST OFFICE, Perth, October 19, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 19 October 1833
GENERAL POST OFFICE, Perth, October 19, 1833. List of Dead and unclaimed letters lying at the Post Office : (The Public are requested to take Notice that, at the expiration of One month from this date, any of the letters enumerated in the following list re- maining unclaimed, will be opened and returned. C. Macfaull, Principal Post-Master.) A. Ashbourne Mrs Atkinson John Anderson Francis B. Bryan Henry Beal Thomas Berryman John Butler William Bolton Philip Butler Thomas Baudinet W. C. Budden Robert Blashill Francis Burns John Burns Isaac Cook Mary C. Clinton H. Collins George Canning John Collier Samuel Cox Joseph Crear James Cumming Henry D. Dillon J. C. Davidson Alex. Dunford John Dance Captain Dunnage Mr. E. Entwistle Anyon Ellis James Edwards James Edwards William G. Grisold Thomas Gerrard William Gouldstrow George Grigg Richard Gatherer Mrs. Griffin Edward Gilbert A. H. Gilby John Goodyer Mrs. Grant George Gregory James H. Holbeach T. Haldane Thomas Hook Henry Holloway Edward H...