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SIR MOSES MONTEFIORE'S MISSION TO MOROCCO. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 26 May 1864

SIE MOSES MONTEFIORES MISSION TO MOROCCO. The following interesting details of this successful enterprise are extracted from the Gibraltar Chronicle : " We are to-day enabled to lay before our readers the firman or edict from the Sultan to all the Governors of his domi- nions, the fruit of the exertions of Sir Moses to better the conditions of the Jews in Morocco. At the advanced age of this venerable gentleman a land journey at this season of the year over the road- less plains of Morocco has been in itself a work of some toil and pain, and it is a matter of congratulation not only that his labours have been crowned with success hut that his health has not suffered from the fatigues of land travelling. The party, on their journey up to Morocco, left Mogador on the 17th and with their Moorish escort of cavalry and infantry, their 21 camels, 25 baggage mules, and a numerous retinue of attendants, formed a somewhat numerous caravan. On their second day's journey they came in sight of ...

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THE SANITARIUM MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 26 May 1864

THE SANITARIUM MEMORIAL. ON Monday last Messrs. W. L. Brockman, S. P. Phillips, and E. W. Landor at- tended by appointment at Government House, to present this Memorial to the Governor, for transmission to the Secre- tary of State. His Excellency entered into the question with every apparent disposition to do all in his power to for- ward the interests of the Colony. He could not agree, nor was he expected to agree, with the views of the Memorialists, as to the questionable value of Transpor- tation to the Colonists at large; he thought, with many others, that we are not in a condition to do without Trans- portation at present, and therefore we must submit to the evils for the sake of the gain. As regards a Sanitarium, he would gladly aid in procuring us that ad- vantage, and had already taken steps in the right direction. His Excellency, after a prolonged conversation on matters connected with the subject, said he would read a formal reply, which might be communicated to the public...

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RECOLLECTIONS OF THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY, BY A VOLUNTEER. Air—"Mother dear." [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 26 May 1864

EECOLLECTIONS OF THE QUEEN'S BIETHDAT, BY A VOLUNTEER. Air-" Mother dear." If you're waking, call me early, call me early do you hear, The drill begins at half-past ten, and I'm a Volunteer ; And tomorrow"!! be the maddest drill of any yet I know : We're to fire in line with the Pensioners-and of course there'll be a " go." There's many a sharp recruit they say-but none as sharp as I, There's Summers and Hillman, and Evans, Smith, and Bligh; But Lieutenant Boe of all the lot looks most the militaire So Maids who come to Bee us drill, when we march by declare. I remember how the vulgar boys once raised derisive cheers, When peeping o'er the palings at the Metropo- litan Volunteers, And passed remarks upon our dress, asking each other "who Was the man who stole the donkey ?" as our white hats met their view. 'Twos certainly ridiculous to march in those white hats, A peaceful looking "tile," only patronised by flats; But now we've got the rifle dress, so dashing; brave, and gay, Won't ...

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NOTICES OF NEW BOOKS. My Imprisonment: and the First Year of Abolition Rule at Washington. By Mrs. Greenhow. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 26 May 1864

NOTICES OF NEW BOOKS. My Imprisonment : and the First Tear of Abolition Rule at Washington. By Mrs. Greenhow. If there were nothing else to cast disgrace upon the Yankee Government, the imprison- ment of Mrs. Phillips on Ship Island and of Mrs. Greenhow at Washington would alone serve to condemn it in the opinion of unpreju- diced men. That even in Mrs. Greenhow's closest imprisonment she contrived to gather and send useful information to her Mends in Virginia, is no palliation of the cruelty of the minions of Lincoln. From the pen of a man, the following might be thought unkind ; from the pen of a woman it is nothing more than piquant : RECEPTION OF LADIES AT THE WHITE HOUSE. -" Mrs. Lincoln, disregarding, or more proba- bly being ignorant of, the conventional usages which have from time immemorial regulated the etiquette at the Presidential mansion, created much amusement and ridiculous com- ment upon the first public occasion after the assumption of her new dignity in the recepti...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 26 May 1864

NEW BUTCHEBIM ESTABLISHMENT IN PERTH. fpHE undersigned begs leave to inform the inhabitants of Perth that he has commenced At the Premises lately occupied by MB. MARK DYETT, WILLIAM-STREET, PERTH, where he intends Selling Meat at Greatly Reduced Mees!!! The following is his scale of charges : PRIME ROASTING AND BOILING JOINTS .M. per lb. INFERIOR PIECES . from 2d. to éd. per lb. JOHN DEWAR, WILLIAM-STREET, PERTH. March 23, 1864. WÎKtuÎOXÏS ^tßXUt § Mît um g. H. WTITGILTMAN 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 General Branches will be adde...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 26 May 1864

Shipping Intelligence. May 20 - Eliza Blanche, 170 tons, Grime, master, from Melbourne. Cargo-160 boxes, 15 coses, and 6 pockets. Agents--J. H. Monger, jun. & Co. 21-Mystery, 16 tons, Hedland, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-J. Piercy, and H. Maitland. Cargo-100 bags flour, 46 do. wheat, and 56 do. bran and pollard. 23-Favourite, 46 tons, Lakey, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-Messrs. Myers, Krakouer, Conway, Miss Kelly, and Miss Mc Kendry. Cargo-208 bags wheat, 142 do. flour, 5 do. oats, and 76 do. barley. Same day-Kestrel, 170 tons, Davis, master, from Sydney. Passengers-Messrs. Vaughan, C. Paterson, and Mrs. and Miss Abel. Cargo 10 boxes tobacco, 5 cases geneva, 124 pkgs.tea, 8 qr.-casks wine, 432 bags sugar, 406 do. salt, 68 pkgs. sundries, 10 casks and 25 coses oil. DEPABTUEE8. May 21-Albert, 24 tons, Leask, master, for Champion Bay, Port Gregory, and Irwin Eiver. Cargo-16 loaa3 timber, 29 bags potatoes, and 11 pkgs. 23-Wild Wave, 29 tons, Cross, master, for...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 26 May 1864

NOTICE! Sale by Auction. MR B. G. MEAEES WILL also offer for public competition, on the 4th of June, after the sale of Mr. Henry Hardey's property, at York : YORK BUILDING LOT No. 183, fenced, and under cultivation, with a new brick and shingled cottage thereon. Also, 'York Building Lot No. 28, fenced, and under cultivation. Terms at time of Sale. Auction and General Agency Office, ") York, May 17,1864. j NOTICE!!! IT is hereby notified that a Special Gen- eral Meeting of the Ratepayers of the City will be held in the Hall of the Mechanics' Institute, on Monday, the 6th proximo, at 3 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of electing two Members of the City Council, in the room of Messrs. J. G. C. Carr and E. Birch, resigned. W. PADBURY, Chairman. Perth, May 25,1864. ANY STOCK found trespassing on the runs of the undersigned, in the Toodyay and Melbourne districts, will be dealt with according to law. E. MACKINTOSH. Glendearg, May 21,1864. ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY! WANTED, by the Advertise...

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West Australian Times. DISCITE JUSTITIAM, MONITI. Hear and be JUST. THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 26 May 1864

hut %mtï\ximn ©inws. DISCITE JUBTITIAM, MONITI. Sear and be JUST. THUESDAT, MAY 26, 1864. THE Memorial called forth by the DUKE OF NEWCASTLE'S Despatch announcing the withholding of Conditional Pardons from ticket-of-leave men, was placed in the GOVERNOR'S hands on Monday last, for transmission to the SECRETARY OF STATE for the Colonies. Having only been taken round the districts of the Swan, Toodyay, and York, it only bears the signatures of the Agriculturists of those districts. The document does not pretend to express the sentiments of any but those by whom it is signed. Its object is to draw attention to the conse- quences which will, in all probability, sooner or later result from a detention in the Colony of a large body of ticket-of leave men who are not likely to find ade- quate employment among our scanty and non-increasingfreepopulation. Itassumes, from long experience, that our free popu- lation is not likely to be increased with- out some new attraction. We admit that th...

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Our Chimney Hook. Tales for Country Readers. CLOUDS AND SUNSHINE. AUTHOR OF "NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND." (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 26 May 1864

te Cïjimitfg IA Tales for Country Headers. -« CLOUDS AND SUNSHINE. BY CHARLES EEADE, AUTHOB OP " NEVE» TOO LATE TO MEND. (Continued.) IT will be remembered that when Patrick lay dying or dead, as sup- posed, this Hickman had a good impulse, and told Bachael he would never desert her : in this he was perfectly sincere at the moment. People utterly destitute of principle abound ..in impulses. They nave good impulses, which come to nothing or next to nothing ; and bad im- pulses, which they put in pratice. Mr. Hickman had time to think over his good impulse, and, accordingly, he thought better of it, and found that Rose Mayfield was too great a prize to resign. He therefore kept out of the way more than a week, (a suspicious circumstance, which Mrs. Mayfield did not fail to couple with old Patrick's words), and his pity for Bachael evaporated in all that time. 'What the worse is she for me now? Hang her, I offered her money, and what not ; but I suppose nothing will serve her turn but ...

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Our Back Parlour. No. XXIX. [Present—MR. MYTH, MR. WOBBLES, SPROUTS, and MISS CRUMP.] [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 26 May 1864

eux $arti farta. No. xxrx. (Present-ME. MYTH, MB. WOBBLES, SPROUTS, arad MISS CBUMP.] MB. MYTH-My dear Miss Crump ! I am delighted to see you ! I scarcely ventured to anticipate this great pleasure after your exertions last night at Govern- ment House. Miss CBUMP, (majestically)-I assure you, Sir, I féel no degree of fatigue. La- dies accustomed to fashionable hours are not likely to be prejudicially affected by the very agreeable réunion of last evening. MB. MYTH, (aside)-Charming crea- ture ! (aloud) 0, of course not. Still I feared that on a delicate constitution the exertion of dancing, in a crowded room Miss CRUMP-O dear no! I could dance for ever without the least fatigue, but I did not suffer much from that cause, for the fact is, I do not choose to dance with everybody. MB. MYTH-Quite right, madam ; quite right. But what a sense of disappoint- ment you must have diffused throughout that joyous assembly ! The rejected ones wandering disconsolately on the out-skirts of the rev...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 26 May 1864

West Australian Times, Published every Thursday morning, and for- warded to every part of the colony, and the British dominions. TEEMS OP SUBSCBITTION, 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. York-ME. FEED. PABKEB. Northam-MB. P. MOBEELL. Toodyay-MB. J. A. WBOTH. Champion Bay-MESSES. SCOTI & GALE. Bunbury-MESSES. GEEGG. Busselton-MB. G. J. GUEBBIEB. Agent in London-MB. PBEDEBIO ALSAB, 11, Clement's Lane, Lombard-street, London. CHARGES FOB ADVERTISEMENTS : For the first eight lines ... 3s. Gd!. Every additional Une .2d. Each succeeding insertion, half-price. Advertisements will be inserted for three .months upon special terms, at reduced prices. It i...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 2 June 1864

NEW BUTCHERING ESTABLISHMENT IN PERTH. THE undersigned begs leave to inform the inhabitants of Perth that he has commenced At the Premises lately occupied by ME. MARK DTETT, WLLLIAM-STEEET, PEETH, where he intends Selling Meat at Greatly Reduced Prices!!! The following is his scale of charges : PEIME EOASTLNG AND BOILING JOINTS .Sd. per lb. INFEEIOE PIECES . from 2d. to éd. per lb. JOHN DEWAR, WILLIAM-STREET, PERTH. March 23, 1864. 0)5*3* nttxîex)i ^tsxtB> §ttttlwg. H. WTT^ÎLL¥AN HAS added the WINE, BEEE, 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 w...

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The Open Column. TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 2 June 1864

%\z êpn Cffluiiut. To THE EDITOB OF THE W. A. TIMES. ?i.v isa xiviiun ui ian* ii. n.. X1JUJ!>H. SIB,-I beg to call your attention to a case of extreme injustice. A few days ago a free man was found by the police of this town insensible, and bleeding from the head, (how this happened is a mystery) ; however, the police, in the cor- rect performance of their duty, conveyed him to the lock-up, and sent for medical aid. The case assumed a more serious aspect than expected, and the sufferer needed hospital aid ; but this could not be carried out, as the Assistant Colonial Surgeon dare not send a patient to the Hospital, Perth, without first obtaining the sanction of the Colonial Surgeon. So during that delay the poor fellow expired. Let me ask you if this is correct? Is it humane ? Is it charitable ? I hope you will comment upon this : perhaps, by bringing it before the notice of the public, similar occurrences may be prevented. Your obedient servant, HUMANITAS. Fremantle, June 1,1864...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 2 June 1864

ANY STOCK found trespassing on the runs of the undersigned, in the Toodyay and Melbourne districts, will be dealt with according to law. E. MACKINTOSH. Glendearg, May 21,1864. ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY! WANTED, by the Advertiser, a situa- tion in any capacity, as his pockets are in a thorough state of Insolvency, occasioned by the Local Government re- fusing a Gallon License in April, 1862, without any reasonable ground the Ad- vertiser is aware of; he having held similar licenses previous. No person who prefers Earl Gray's mire for the sake of augmenting their pockets, in preference to free labour, need apply. JAMES SIMPSON. Bonnavesta Cottage, Barrack-street, ") Perth, May 24,1864. . j BILLS OF LADING ,N Sale at the Office of this Jour- nal. 0 HARMONIUMS FOR, SALB. ONE in poHshed Oak case, with Eight Stops ; viz. : Flute, Voix Celeste (a beautiful Stop), Tremolo, Cor Anglais, Jeu Doux, Expression, and Two Forte Stops. Two rows of Vibrators. One in polished Rosewood, with Three St...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 2 June 1864

West Australian Times, )?ublisb.ecl every Thursday morning, and for- warded to every part of the colony, and the British dominions. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, ¡payable in advance : Per quarter . 5s. Ditto, including postage . 6s. Single number. ... 6d. Ditto, to Subscribers only . 4¡d. Parties intending to become subscribers aro 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. JEOKS. York--MB. PBED. PABKBB. Northam-MB. F. MOBBELL. Toodyay-MB. J. A. WBOTH. Champion Bay-MESSES. SCOTT & GALE. Bunbury-MESSES. GREGG. Busselton-ME. G. J. GUERRIER. Agent in London-MR. FREDERIC ALGAE, 11, Clement's Lane, Lombard-street, London. CHABGES FOB ADVEBTISEMENTS : For the first eight lines ... 3s, Gd. Every additional line.2d. Each succeeding insertion, half-price. Advertisements will be inserted for three months upon special terms, at reduced price...

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Our Chimney Hook. Tales for Country Readers. CLOUDS AND SUNSHINE. AUTHOR OF "NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND." (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 2 June 1864

6ttf 4l$to£ ftorfe. Tales for Country Readers. CLOUDS AND SUNSHINE. BY CHARLES EEADE, AUTHOR OP " NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND." (Continued.) EOBEET HATHOEN had found in Hickman's insinuations a natural solution of all that had puzzled him in Eachael. She was the deserted mistress of a man whom she still loved-acting on this he apologised to his father, placed his future fate with heart-sick indifference in that father's hands, and despaired of the female sex, and resigned all hope of heart-happiness in this world. But all this time Eachael had been out of sight. She stood now before him in person, and the sight of her, beautiful, retiring, submissive, sorrowful, smote his heart and bewildered his mind. Looking at her, he could not see the possibility of this creature having ever been Hickman's mistress. He accused himself of having been two hasty; he would have given worlds to recall the words that had made his father so happy, and was even on the point of leaving the kitchen to do so ; ...

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West Australian Times. DISCITE JUSTITIAM, MONITI. Hear and be JUST. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 2 June 1864

MLtzt %mtxüim ®inw«. DlSOITE JUSTITIAM, MONITI. Sear and be JUST. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1864. IT is rather unfortunate for this Colony, as it stands before the outer world, that the two parties who profess to be con- tending for its interest, though differing entirely as to the means, should both agree in representing it to be in a weakly and almost helpless condition. One party asserts that the Colony, without the Transportation system, would collapse and become effete; the other party con- tends that, without some extraneous aid, which would have the effect of improving the condition of employers, and increasing the power of employment, the Transpor- tation system, on its present basis, must come to an end, because the ticket-of leave men, unable to obtain conditional pardons and leave the Colony, will only stock the depots, and glut the labour market as completely as the sandalwood market is already glutted. In this state of things one would imagine that labour is so cheap that the e...

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Our Back Parlour. No. XXV. [Present—MR. MYTH, MR. WOBBLES, and MISS CRUMP.] [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 2 June 1864

eu ¡gaffe tyiixUnx. No. XXV. [Present-MR. MYTH, MR. WOBBLES, and Miss CRUMP.] Miss CRUMP, (greatly agitated) -To think that I should live in such an Age ! Gracious Heavens ! what has become of public morality and feminine delicacy?' And you, Mr. Myth, and your Directors, Censors of the Times, as you call your- selves ! Fine Censors, indeed, to take no notice of such doings. ME. MYTH-Why, my dear Madam, what is the matter ? Pray calm yourself, or your delicate nervous system These frequent attacks of hysteria, Wob- bles, are very trying to our gentle friend. Miss CRUMP-The matter, indeed! Do you pretend not to know that the town is full of "widows with large families ?" who keep continually arriving in carts and on horseback, their brazen faces flushed with haste and anxiety? Don't you know that the Government Offices have been in a state of siege for the last two days ? The terrified bachelor clerks hiding themselves in the under- ground cellars, but vainly striving to escape the re...

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NOTICES OF NEW BOOKS. A Winter in Upper and Lower Egypt. By G. A. Hoskins. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 2 June 1864

NOTICES OP NEW BOOKS. A Winter in Upper and Lower Egypt. By G. A. Hoshins. Mr. Hoskins travelled from Marseilles to Alexandria in seven days, calling at Malta by the way. He expatiates upon the difficulties for which tourists must prepare themselves before commencing operations on the land of their selection. He says a hurried word as to the confu- sion that prevails on landing the luggage, and hints an emphatic admonition as to the furtive propensities of the descendants of Ishmael, who crowd the jetty and get up sham fights for your portmanteau, whilst a confederate plays the simple "picker up of unconsidered trifles." Travellers in Egypt should land with their luggage, and go directly to the custom-house ; and, it is gravely added, "a small bribe will save its being ex- amined." The author recommends that several passengers should land together, well armed with sticks to beat off the flocks of Arabs that swoop down upon them the moment their feet touch the ground, and, like the p...

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BRITISH & FOREIGN Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 2 June 1864

3BRITISH & FOREIOST Grleanings. Eus s IA. - Sixty thousand Eussian troops are stationed on the Bessarabian frontier. The Deutclie Petersburger Zeitung, in a semi-official leading article, categori- cally denies the statement that Galicia has been declared in a state of siege in consequence of an understanding having been come to between Austria and Eussia. The Journal de St. Petersbovrg refutes the rumour of a revival of the "Holy Al- liance " having either the character of a league of sovereigns to destroy the liber- ties of peoples, or of a coalition of Europe against one great power. [Neither of these journals is believed.-ED. of The Observer.'] DANTTBIAN PRINCIPALITIES.-Prince Couza adheres to his former declarations upon the secularisation of convent pro- perty. The Eussian Consul in Bucharest has addressed a note to Prince Couza, in which he protests against the stay of nu- merous Poles in the Danubian Princi- palities. He also accuses the Minister Cogalnitcheano of ac...

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