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

PERTH HOTEL. -000 JOHN MONGER having taken the^ old established Hotel, solicits the support of the Public, assuring them they will find comfort and attention, combined with cleanliness, and moderate charges. %* Dinners, Beds, and Stabling JVov 7, 1833.

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PORTUGAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 November 1833

PORTUGAL. Every thing now appears to give sign of a re- turning animation of the Portuguese affairs, which has been so long in a state of torpor. Late letters from Oporto assure us, that the preparations tor an offensive enterprise on the part of the Pedroites were then all but completed, and that the expedi- tionary troops were in a state of full efficiency and great impatience for the wished for orders to move forward. It would seem that the Miguelites aie not wanting in a correspondent spirit, and some serious work may therefore be expected Letters from Lisbon state, that the Government was strain- ing every nerve to fit out an armament to meet Sartorius, and it was expected that two vessels of 74, two frigates and six brigs and steamers would be made available for the purpose. The force was destined for the blockade of the Douro. On the other hand, Sartorius was expected at the mouth of the Tagus with his force, and speculation in the capital seems to be distracted by these cont...

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

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office Perth, November 15, 1833' NOTICE is hereby given, that the un ci ermentioned Individuals have applied at this Office for permission to leave the Colony. Goolory Sadack Jugis Topas Lascars. By His Honor s command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, PERTH. NOVEMBER 15, 1833. SEALED TENDERS in Triplicate will be received at this Office on Friday the 22d instant, at 12 o'clock, from such person or persons who may be willing to Supply, ior the use of the Surveyor's Department, the following Articles : Rope yarn or Junk-Thirty pounds. Spades-One. Axes-One. Small Axes-One. Window Sashes 3 feet by 2 feet 6 inches-Two. Glass and putty for ditto. Claw Hammers-One. * Gimblets-Two large. * Ditto-Two small. Door Hinges-Two. Window Hinges Butt-Four. Door-lock Iron Rim-One. Tethering Rope for a Pony Thirty feet JOHN LEWIS, Dep. Asst. Com. Gen. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, PERTH, NOVEMBER 15, 1833. SEALED TENDERS in Triplicate will be receiv...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 November 1833

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL ANSWERS have been received toletters transmitted to England by the Co nwal ¿is on the 4th February last ; the quick- est return we have had since the esta blishmerit of the Colony. We are surreptitiously deprived of our last file of the Cape Advertiser ; we must therefore îequest our friends in future to direct their Journals to the " Editor of the Perth Gazette and Western Austra- lian Jour nair Although but little appears to be known of the intention of the Home Go- vernment towards this Colony, further than a determined adherence to a system of tile strictest economy, still we are happy to find, by private communications, that a reaction has taken place in the public mind regarding this Settlement, which is likely lo contribute largely to our advancement. We are reluctant to excite too high wrought expectations by giving publicity to many rumours of the number of vessels which it is expected will accompany our anxiously looked for Governor, SIR JAME...

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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. On Tuesday the 12th instant,-the cutter Cumberland, for Launceston. Passengers, Mr. S. G. Henty, and Mr. Downing. LYING IN GAGES ROADS.-The Helen and Brilliant, brigs ; Arranzau and Monkey, schooners. MAIL open for Hobart Town and Syd- ney, by the Brilliant, via King George's Sound.

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BELGIUM AND HOLLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 November 1833

BELGIUM AND HOLLAND. A preliminary treaty was on Tuesday signed hy- the Plenipotentiaries of Great Britain, France, and Holland, which, so far as it goes, will give great satisfaction to the commercial world as well as to the great number of line-and-rule political thinkers, who deem a rupture with Holland uncongenial with the spirit of our national history. The treaty consists of six articles, by the first of which the English and French embargoes will be taken off the respective ports of each nation, and the conse- quent measures in interruption of the navigation by the Dutch nation will be removed.-2, The intercourse between the respective parties assumes the same posture as before the French expedition in November last, and the services of the French and English squadrons will be dispensed with. 3, The Dutch garrison of Antwerp, prisoners of war, will be sent home.-4, The armistice be- tween Holland and Belgium will be continued till the settlement of a permanent separation,-5, ...

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MAGISTRATES COURT, FREMANTLE, NOV. 9, 1833. Before the Hon. W. H. Mackie, and R. Mc B. Brown, Esquires. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 November 1833

MAGISTRATES COURT, FREMANTLE, NOV. 9, 1833. Before the Hon. W. H. Mackie, and R. Mc B. Brown, Esquires. Mr. Richard Lewis preferred a com- plaint against Mr. Hunt, a constable, for an assault. During the investigation the following particulars were elicited :- Hunt holding a warrant from the Civil Court, seized Mr. Lewis's horses and cart, in the street at Fremantle, which the complainant resisted disputing his authority, the warrant not being either addressed or endorsed to him; and at the same time, stating that they were the property of J. R. Phillips, Esq. [A question to be determined by the Com- missioner of the Civil Court at a special sitting on Wednesday next.] The de- fendant laid hold of the bridle of one of the horses, and, on Mr. Lewis's attempt- ing to gain possession, a scuffle ensued, and they both fell, complainant under- most. The inquiry into this case, from the conflicting statements of the parties, occupied the Magistrates a considerable time ; at length, in cons...

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TITHES. (From the Tipperary Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 November 1833

TITHES. (From the Tipperary Free Press.) On Tuesday last the parishoners of Boura were visited by the agent and drivers of the Rev. Mr. Gleeson, who were attended of course by a large police force. They drove away cows, sheep, and pigs ; and where those were not found, the furni- ture; or the bed of the poor man, was distrained ;   aye, and the very clothes of a servant maid, who lived in a person of the name of Mara's house, were seized, and were being carried off, until the tithe due by Mara was paid. Phil Ryan, the gousling from Nenah, seemed to be the chief and real representative of the Rev. Incumbent. Phil discharged his duty well ; locks, latches, hasps, and hinges, flew open at the first jostle. He charged every person whose stock he seized the small sum of fifteen shillings, for what he called caption fees, and threatened, if he impounded them, he would charge the paltry sum of 1£. 6s. The Rev. Patt Fitzgerald, of somewhere in the country of Limerick, has serve...

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CIVIL COURT, PERTH, NOVEMBER 1[?] 1833 Before G. F. Moore, Esquire, Civil Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 November 1833

CIVIL COURT, PERTH, NOVEMBER 1, 1833 ! Before G. F. Moore, Esquire, Civil Commissioner. MR. CLARK, on behalf of Mr. Robert Ferris, uncle to the heir at law of Mr. John Ferris de-   ceased, prayed the court to appoint another guar- dian, J. Woodford Ferris, the heir, being in Aber- deen, and attempts having been made to dispose of some portion of the property. A rule Nisi, calling upon them to shew cause why the prayer should not be granted. It was stated by Mr. Clark that notice had been given to Mr. Manning, who had married the natu- ral guardian, the widow of the deceased, that this motion would be made — Mr. Manning however did not appear. Mr. Clark begged to move the court on an affidavit which he held in his hand, signed by George Leake, to appoint a special sitting to try the right to certain moveable proper- ty ; and an Estate, which the affidavit had alledged, had been fraudulently disposed of by Mr. Richard Lewis, subsequently to the serving of a notice of acti...

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MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 November 1833

MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. Bacon, per lb. 2s. Hams, ditto, Is. 6d. Butter (salt), Is. 4d' a (fresh),2s 6. Bread, 4 lb loaf, Is. Beef (salt), per lb. bd. (fresh) is. Gd. Mutton, per lb. Is: Gd. Kangaroo, per lb. Is. d. Pork (fresh), per lb. Is 3d. (salt), Sd Cheese, Sydney, per lb. 2s. ditto, English, 2s. Coifee, per lb. Is Gd Eggs, per doz. 2s 6d Milk, per quart Sd Fowls, each 3 a ,5s Wild-fowl ; pigeon, v9d ; duck, 2s; teal, Is swan, 6 a 8s Dried fruits, per lb. Is Raisins; per lb. lOd Oil, per gallon 10s Rice, per lb. 6d ' Wine, Cape, per gallon' 4s6d Rum Ditto, 14s. Brandy, Ditto 16s Gin, Ditto, 16o! Sugar, per lb. - - Tea, per lb. 10s Potatoes, per lb. 3 o 4d .-Cabbages, each Sd Flour per lb. by the bag, 4d Wheat, per bushel IW* Hay, per ton ¿£s Soap, per lb. 17 Starch, per IL. ¿s Tobacco, pe fa. Vinegar, pe i gutten ? n (itf Gunpowder, pet h 4s Shot, dill.. Ale and porter, perdosl' '24s EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, BY CHARLES MACFAULL, AT THE GAZETTE OFFICE, PERTH. Terms of Subs...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 November 1833

FOti SALE, OR TO LET, Those eotensive and commodious Pre- mises at Fremantle, STEEL'S HOTEL. THE Purchaser or Lessee may take pos session on the 1st of January next. For particulars, apply to Mr W. R. STEEL on the premises. Nov. 12, 1833. FOR SALE, THAT well-furnished and comfortable HOUSE opposite the Messrs. Samson's, Frenvwntlo, belonging to Mr. Boyd, Guildford, will be sold by Private bar- gain. An approved bill at a long date will be taken in payment of the price. Apply to the PROPRIETOR ; or, tor W. IN. CLABK, Solicitor, Fremantle. Kooem her 13, ¡833 TO LET, A small genteel COTTAGE, situate at" the foot of Mount Eliza, and close to1 Perth water, with either four or seven Town Allotments adjoining, in high1 cultivation-For particulars, apply to Jf. MORGAN, Perth4 On Sale \T THE STORES OF THE UNDERSIGNED, SUPERIOR Cape Wine 4s pergal or Is per bottle ' Ditto Brown Stout 2i.s per doz", or'2s per bottle Ditto Draught 5s per gallon, or' Is 6rfper quart' JnmaicaRum 12s per gallon, o...

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EAST INDIA QUESTION [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 November 1833

EAST INDIA QUESTION I - vu - The following aro th» resolutions on this» ques- tion moved bj Mr Charles Grant. 'J hey were; g by mistake, omitted in our last number,' under the head of " Summary News." "1st. That it is expedient that all Ms Majesty's su jects should be at libe ty to repair to the ports of the empire of China, and to trade m tea and all other productions of the said empire, subject U* such, regulations as Parliament shall enact for the protection of the commercial and political interest of this country. 44 d. Tha't it is expedient that, in case the East India Company shall transfer to the Crown, on behalf of the Indian territory, all assets and| claims of every description belonging to the said I-Company, the Crown', on behalf of the Indian p territory, shall take on itself all the o ligations of I .the said Company, of" whatever description, and that the said Company shall receive from th [revenues of the said territory such à sum, and i paid in such a manner and und...

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(From the "Cape Advertiser.") [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 November 1833

(From the " Cape Advertiser") We copy the following notice of a dinner given to Sir JAMES STIRLING,' the Governor of the Swan River Settle- ment, from the Times of June 7 : His Excellency has been knighted, prior to leaving England to resume his govern- ment. The relatives and friends of the set- tlers on the Swan River testified their respect to the first Governor of this rising colony, Captain Sir James Stirling, by inviting him to dine with them at the Albion Tavern, Aldersgate-street, and by presenting him with a splendid silver cup, in testimony of their gratitude and respect for the services he had conferred on the colony. The inscription on the   cup, which was a very splendid and tasteful piece of plate, weighing nearly 100 ounces and capable of containing up- wards of a gallon of fluid, will best ex- press the sentiments of esteem and gra- titude with which the donors regard the services of the gallant knight. " To Captain Sir James Stirling, first Go- vernor o...

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WARNING TO EMIGRANTS. (From the "Cape Advertiser.") [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 November 1833

I WARNING TO EMIGRANTS. | I (From the " Cape Advertiser.") We have received Canada papers to the 10th ult. They contain the following, relative to the forlorn condition of the Chelsea pensioners : " QUEBEC, March 6.-The Emigration Society of Quebec has made a report on the subject of the military pensioners who have commuted their pen- sions for a sum of money, and have come out to Canada. The subject, besides the natural feeling which the misfortunes of these people has excited, is of importance as connected with the question of the emigration of persons who have not been sup- ported by their own minds at home. " Several thousands of these pensioners, includ- ing their families, have come out during the last two years. They must ha*, e brought with them, or received here since their arrival, probably, about one hundred thousand pounds ; and we be- lieve that few will assert that they are not now generally in a worse condition than they could possibly have been at home. " The extent...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 November 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary s Office Perth, November l8, 1833. HIS HONOR Lieutenant Governor DANIELL directs it to be notified to the Public, that His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies has been pleased to appoint Sir RICHARD SPENCE«, R. N, K. C. H., to the office t)f Government Resident of King Georges Sound. By His Honor 6- command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, November 20, 1833. NOTICE is hereby given, that the un- dermentioned Individuals have applied at this Office for permission to leave the Colony, viz. Robert Jordan, of Fremantle, Mer- chant, and Richard Lewis, ditto, ditto. By His Honor's command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICE Survey Office, Western Australia, November 21, 1833. HIS Honor the Lieutenant Governor has granted the following Town Allot- ments,* namely PERTH. A14 - John Picton Beete Y 5-Charles Wm Gillingham Y6-Thomas Wra Mews, junior Y2o -Henry Spencer...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 November 1833

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL THE Arranzau will sail on Tuesday next. The Brilliant and Dart in the course of a few days ; the former for Launceston, the latter for Sydney. WE have no European News by the Dart from the Mauritius of a later date than that we have already published, re- ceived by the Brilliant Her cargo con- sists entirely of Sugar-an article which is in great demand ; indeed, before the arrival of the Brilliant, our stock was reduced to a very small quantity of loaf sugar for the whole supply of the Colony, and that was sold at 2*. per lb.-We are sorry to hear that notwithstanding our wants are so great, the Super-cargo has determined not to break bulk unless a certain quantity is purchased ; he of course is the best judge of his own busi- ness, and the detention it may occasion him ; we believe he is not exorbitant in his price, taking the circumstance of the state of the market iuto consideration ; but these occurrences show the position we are placed in, and call...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 November 1833

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -ooo- ARRIVAL. On the 21st inst., the Dart, Captain Griffin, from the Mauritius, 6 Passen- gers.-Cargo, 1777 bags Sugar. DEPARTURE. On the 18th inst., the Helen, Captain Taylor, for Timor.   Lying in Gages Roads.-The Bril- liant, Dart, Arranzau, and Monkey.  

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CIVIL COURT.—SPECIAL SITTINGS. WEDNESDAY THE 20 NOV., 1833. Before G F. Moore, Esquire Civil Commissioner[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 November 1833

CIVIL COURT.-SPECIAL SITTINGS. WEDNESDAY THE 20 NOV., 1833 oo Before G F. Moore, Esquire Civil Commissioner. As soon as the Commissioner had taken his seat, Mr Leake rose and requested to be permitted, be- fore the business of the court was entered into, to make u few observations upon an affidavit which had been filed by Mr. John Butler, on the part of Mr. Lewis a portion of which had appeared in the Gazette, and reflected in an unwarrantable manner upon his (Mr. Leake's) conduct. Com. - i certainly think you have a right to be heard.   Mr Leake - Then, Sir, in my own exculpation and to prove that I have done nothing but what I was fully authorised to do, I must beg to read a letter I received from Mr. W Lervis, of Hobart Town, dated August 7. The paragraph to which I would particularly direct attention is this, " I leave the whole in your hands,-and if my brother promises fairly, I should not wish you to resort to forced sales; but if he should not meet the matter hon...

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BANK OF ENGLAND. Terms on which the Charter is renewed[?] Downing-street, May 2, 18[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 November 1833

BANK OF ENGLAND. i Terras on which the Charter is renwà 1 Downing-street, May 2, l&Vtí | Gentlemen.-After duly considering th« coi. versations which I have had with you, the sub- stance of which I have reported to my colleagues, His Majesty's Gove nment have directed me to make the following proposals, to you, tor the pur- pose of renewing the Bank charter-: 1. We propose to renew the charter for 51 years, subject, however, to this condition-that if, at the end of 10 years, the then existing Govern- ment should so think fit, they may give a twelve- months' notice to the Bank that the charter shall expire at the end of 11 years. 2. That no banking company, consisting of more than 6 partners, shall issue notes, payable on demand, within the metrópoli«, or within 65 miles from the metropolis Banking companies, however, consisting of any number of partners, established at a greater distance from the metro- polis than 65 miles, shall have the right to draw bills on London, withou...

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COLONY OF LIBERIA. (From the "Aberdeen Journal." Jan. 30) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 November 1833

COLONY OF LIBERIA. (From the "Aberdeen Journal." Jain. 30 ) In our paper of the 16th instant, we noticed the visit of Elliott Cresson, Esq., of Philadelphia, to this country, for the purpose of communieating a ¡ detail of facts as to the success of the American Colonization Society, in establishing a little Christian State of free Blacks on the coast of Af- rica. Of Mr. Cresson's Lectures in Edinburgh, we have already spoken, (see Journal 16 Jon;) and perhaps we cannot do better than recall to the notice of our readers, the brief notice we then gave of the state and prospects of this interesting settlement. 44 fhis colony was established in 1822, on the remote and barbarous shores of Africa, where the climate, adverse to the constitution of Europeans, who were the directors ol' the enterprise, and the inveterate hostility of the barbarous natives, pre- sented dangers of no ordinary nature ; yet the first settlers, not amounting to 100 men, have succeed- ed, under the conduct of able...

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