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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 19 May 1865

AMERICA. On February 19, the Federals, under Sher- man, shelled Columbia from the south bank of the* Congaree. During the night they moved up the river, and on the following morning forded the Saluda and Broad Rivers. During the Federal passages of these rivers Beauregard evacuated Columbia. The Federals soon after took possession. Two days previously, when it was decided not to attempt the defence of Columbia, a large quantity of medicinal stores was destroyed. Sherman's centre column had already reached Kingsville, 25 miles north- east of Columbia, the junction of the Charles- ton and Columbia and the Wilmington and Columbia Railroads, and thus cut off communi- cation with Charleston. It was admitted by the Southern papers that the fall of Columbia would necessitate the evacuation of Charleston, which, in fact, had already begun. The evacuation took place on the night of the 17th of February; after destroying two ironclads and spiking the ¿uns in the fortifications. Six thousand b...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette $ W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 19 May 1865

C0rasptrô*tta. To the Editor of the Penh Gazette $W.A¡ Times. SIE,-Doubtless" the idea of a Me- morial to Messrs. Panter, Harding, and Goldwyer, has suggested itself to very many persons, and you will therefore per- haps excuse a brief trespass on your columns on this, subject.n Of course the graves where their bones repose will be railed in, and a tablet erected over them, but beyond this I think some more lasting and useful re- membrance of them is desirable. Might not this be satisfied by the erection, of. a plain but commodious Chapel in the Cemetery, for the perform- ance-of the Burial Service'; instead of the present inconvenient necessity^ ©fehring ing the coffins, from whatever .quitr^wr-of the Town 'they may* issue,; first ^t<É¡^k Cathedral for the former part ûfïne Ceremony? . " -' Such a building would be a more practical monument to our lamented friends than an expenditure on úseles» decoration. I am, Sir¿ . ' . .1 / Your obedient servant. A. SUGGESTION;1

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Journal of an Expedition UNDER THE COMMAND OF MAITLAND BROWN, ESQUIRE, [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 19 May 1865

Journal of an Expedition UNDER THE COMMAND OF MAITLAND BROWN, ESQUIRE,: In search of MESSRS. FRED. K. PANTER, JAMES R. HARDING, and WILLIAM H. GOLDWYER, who started on the 9th November, 1864, upon an exploring trip from Roebuck Bay, on the North- West Coast of Australia, towards Lagrange Bay, with four horses and 14 days' provisions, and had not returned 60 days after leaving the Depot Camp ; which circumstance led to the belief that some serious accident had befallen them. FEBRUARY 16, 1865.-At 10am embarked   with my party, consisting of :     Mr J. Keld, Navigator,           Robert Toovey, Police Constable,     Robert Williams, ditto Dougall, Tommy, and Johnny, natives, on board the Clarence Packet, 60 tons register, J. Oliver, master ; which vessel has been en- gaged by the Government to convey the party to Roebuck Bay, and there to assist in the sear...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W.A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 19 May 1865

To the Editor of the Perth Gatette % W.A. Times, SIR,-I beg to congratulate all settlers be- tween this and the Williams River, on the re- turn of the Beverley road party, the said party consisting on the average of 12 men and on» Warder, having been taken off the public road, to try and mend the ways of a few private indi' viduals ; and on inquiry all are indifferent, with the exception of one or two, as to mending theiss ways; and if properly represented, would be a Jewell in their eyes. It is a pity His Excel- lency the Governor has not more competent men to inspect our roads, men not influenced by an individual. The above-named road-party were taken away on the loth of December, 1864, and returned on the 25th of April, 1865Vin the meantime the public road remained unattended to, ruts amounting to three feet deep, well known to our worthy Resident Magistrate, who no doubt has reported the same to head quarters. Now, Mr. Editor, if this is lawful' and right, the entrance to my pla...

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THE CLIMATE OF AUSTRALIA. (From The Australasion.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 19 May 1865

THE CLIMATE OF AUSTRALIA. (From The Australasian.) It is no uncommon thing to hear it gravely asserted by old colonists who. have been settled for years either within the precincts of cities and towns or in their immediate, vicinity, that the climate of the settled districts of Australia is much' deteriorated, and less salubrious than at the first settlement of the country, and in" their day ; and that people now- adays are contracting and dying of diseases totally unknown in the earlier era of the colony. But while such may be the fact to a limited extent with re- gard to the people contracting and dying of diseases not indigenous to the colony, it is not the fact that the climate of Aus- tralia has'become deteriorated, except in the cities and towns, and within areas of settlement where trees and oxygen are not cultivated, and where the atmosphere is deteriorated from known causes. The climate in the "bush" is to be found much the same now as ever it was, be- cause oxygen is there...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 19 May 1865

MISCELLANEOUS. It is confidently believed that the general election will take place in July, when, it is said, Parliament will be dissolved. Loid Lyons has been compelled, by broken health, to resign his difficult and laborious post of British Minister at Washington. His successor in that momentous office is Sir Frederick Bruce, late Minister in China. The regulations for the insurance of lives with the Government and the purchase of Government annuities have been issued. In order that inquiries may be made as to the health and real age of the applicant he is to be required to give referees-two respectable householders and his employer. On the insur- ance of a life there may also be a medical ex-. amination. Insurances will be void in case of death by the hands of justice or by suicide. If the Insured shall, after insuring, follow certain hazardous occupations, or go beyond the limits of Europe, or enter upon active service as a soldier, he must pay higher pre- miums, and obtain lea...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 19 May 1865

. r^-V/J XCti. i i_" *.' «j c« , te. Sale er ßbsrtep, * i.». ». THE well-known Al clipper barquetta ' ' ' ^TJON-TSIISY' _ . T. Jarman, commander, is to «ale or charter. She is.too.favor ly known to need comment. Apply to BIÇKLEY&CO. open '"¿i. Few Freight or CKarter. rB fine fast sailing schooner MARY CUMMING, Captain Fuller .is open to en- gagement. Apply to BICKLEY & CO. FOR SINGAPORE. THE " HASTINGS," A1,541 tons, J.* McQueen, com- mander, will sail for the above MMMII .port on or about the 1st of May. This ¡ship having lofty 'tween decks offers á favourable opportunity for shippers of l'or freight or. passage apply to i C. A.-MANNING, Fremantle. April 20¿ 1865. HAS been instructed; to sell by Auction, in the enclosure opposite the Horse & Groom Tavern, Eertb, on THURS- DAY, 25th May â MIXED HERD of about 30 head of Cattle, and a good Saddle Horse. 'i^Alßo mil be offered, if mt ¿old previously by private contract. , About 150 Sheep, in lots to suit pur- ch...

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Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. "Be just and fear not; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."—Shakspeare. FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 19 May 1865

f wtfc ê*&ttt # Wi. %. %mt$. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's. Thy God's, and truth's."-Shakspeare. l^DATrMAY797l8657 THE Mails from Europe and India, and the Eastern Colonies, arrived in Perth on Friday morning last, shortly before 7 o'clock. The intelligence from all quarters is very unimportant. At home, with the exception of the lock-out in the iron-trade and some tattle about a job, in which Lord Brougham's name was most un- justly mixed up, there has been little to excite public attention. Perhaps the most gratifying fact to all loyal hearts, has been à partial resumption by Her Majesty of the duties appertaining to her high station, by presiding at a levee. In Parliament matters appear to be going on very quietly, parties seeming to be satisfied by the prospect of a great coming struggle at the elections for the new parliament. Of news affecting this colony we hear but little. Private letters speak of two batches of convicts be...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 19 May 1865

NOTICE !   THE Store of J. FARMANER and Co. will be closed on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, the 30th, and 31st inst.,   and will be re- opened on Thurs- day, the 1st of June, by Messrs. PADBURY and Go. Perth, May 18,1865. CONSECRATION AT     NORTHAM.               ADDITIONAL accommodation having Been provided for the congregation   worshipping at St. James' Church, Nor- tham, the Lord Bishop of Perth will con- secrate the new building (D.V.) on Sunday morning, May 28. Divine Service to commence at a quarter before eleven o'clock. The Bishop will also preach the sermon on the occasion. A collection will be made towards the expense of erecting and furnishing the new building. CHARLES CLAY, Chaplain. Perth City Council. NOTICE THE Half-Yearly Meeting of Rate- payers will be held in the Hall of the Mechanics' Institute on MONDAY, the 5th Ju...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 May 1865

JTpr Sale pr Charter. THE smart little Schooner Yacht »CLARENCE PACKET;* _ peculiarly suitable to (the Northern or Coasting Trade, is open to pale, or engagement, or freight or charter. V.Ar:h Apply to BICKLEY & Co. Sale by ^uotioii at Fre mantle. To Close Consignments. k É! WILL Sell by Auction at their Rooms, Henry Street, Fremantle, on FRIDAY, 2nd April: CHINA Silk, Japanese Ornaments, and China Toilet sets, Kajeputi oil in bottles. China silk handkerchiefs (Rue, White and Blue) Garden seats and, flower pots," and a large assortment of Jade Stone Ornaments of Chinese manufacture. ALSO: Soap, Rice, Beef, Pork, Bacon and Cheese, Walnuts, preserved vegetables, Raisins, Herrings, Gram, Pollard, Can- dle's, Carbonate of soda, Chicory, Note paper, Paper Bags, Boots, Shoes, Curry Combe, Clocks, Crimean shirts, and ready made clotheing, &c, &c. Newcastle Coal, Coke and Coal Tar. ALSO: Two Carts (one quite new), Brandy, Gin, Whiskey, Geneva, Hollands, and Champagne...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 May 1865

£§mxtt% ItttelUginr*» ARRIVAL. The bridgetown 314 tons, Captain Phillips, from London. Passenger-Mrs, phillips. DEPARTURE. 23.-flashing's, 541 tons, Captain Vincent, for Singapore. Exports-6 ton, lead ore, 19 do. copper ore, 4 hhds. 8 cases manner gum, 3 hhds. liquid red gum, 2 qr.-casks wine, 61 tons flour, 212 tons sandalwood, and 3 horses. <. IMPORTS. Ex Bridgetown-100 cases, R.King;'8 hhds., A. Francisco ; 100 casks, T. & H. Carter & Co. ; 40 hhds. 100 cases, Barker & Gull ; 40 hhds. and 200 casks, Order ; 3 qr.-casks, 6 cases, A. O. G. Lefroy; 100 hhds. 300 barrels, 250 bags, W. Padbury . 1 cask, 1 case, 7 pkgs, 1 case, 1 pkg, 6 bars iron. 3 cases, 3 bundles, A. O. G. Lefroy j 3 cases S. E. Burges; 1 bundle, 11 cases., 3 bales, 3 cases, 8 casks 6 cases, 1 bale, 3 cases, 1 cask, T. Burges; 200 cases L. Samson; 15 cases, 4 casks, 3 oases, Officer Administering Government ; 1 box S, Padbury ; 2Q boxes, 2 barrels, 10 casks, 31 cases, 3 casks, Orde...

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Mining Reports. Gwalla and Yanganooka Mines, April 25, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 May 1865

Müning Reports, Gwalla and Yanganooka Mines, April 25,1865. The work at the Gwalla, Mine for the month has been chiefly in renewing the machinery and preparing for more ex- tended operations, which the materials from Wanerenooka have enabled us to do. The lengthening of the fire-box and boiler of the engine is a very valuable addition to the power, in fact converts it from a 16 horse effective power to a 20, and which with the larger pumps per Fitzroy will put the mine in first-rate working trim. The mining operations proper have been necessarily restricted, but all tend to shew a large deposit of first class ores, which this increased power will enable us to develope. Captain Harvey is now appointed to take charge as Min- ing Captain for this mine. At the Yanganooka Mine the additions to the machinery and pumps, especially the plunger lift and large whim for Shen ton's Shaft, B., will be of matei'ial ad- vantage, and enable us to overcome the increase of water which may be expected...

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FREMANTLE. From our own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 May 1865

FREMANTLE. From our own Correspondent. Oar fleet of colonial vessels received an ad- dition to its number by the arrival of the Bridgetownfrom England, on Monday morning; this fine barque has been purchased by our enterprising colonist Mr. W. Padbury, and I understand her first trip from this port will be to Singapore ; the day after her arrival several of her crsw were brought before the Eesident Magistrate charged with refusing to work, and were sentenced to a few weeks in the Convict Establishment. On Wednesday the Hastings left for Singa- pore. By this vessel Garogin, the winner of the Maiden Plate at Perth, in February last, leaves the colony, and I hope he will gain additional laurels upon the Indian Turf. I hear that the Fremantle Volunteers intend having a ball next month; the 18th was talked of, as being the anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, but that day falling on Sunday, the ball will probably take place about the 2Qth ; what are the Metropolitans thinking about ? Th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 May 1865

Itor Me or Charter. TipQS well-known A 1 clipper l?arquetta "TiENvrsnsr/' B_pJ. T. Jarman, commander, is oienfôTgale or charter. She is too favor »ply kno^m lo need comment. Apply to BICKLEY & CO. tor Freiglit or Charter. THE fine fast sailing schooner MARY CUMMING, Captain Fuller is open to en igagement. Apply to BICKLEY & CO. FOR SINGAPORE, THE " HASTINGS," A1,541 tons, J. McQueen, com- mander, will sail for the above J¡port on or about the 1st of May. ip having lofty 'tween decks offers a favourable opportunity for shippers of horses. For freight or passage apply to O. SHENTON & Co., Perth. C. A. MANNING^ Fremantle. April 20,1865. C. REICHBERG, WORKING JEWELLER & GOLDSMITH, PACKENHAM STREET, FRE- MANTLE. EVERY description of work manu- factured or repaired as follows: Rings made and set in Diamonds, Pearls and precious Stones ; Signet Rings, Keep- ers, Wedding and other Rings, made plain, in enamel, or engraved. Brooches, Bracelets, Earrings, Neckl...

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Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. "Be just and fear not; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."—Shakspeare. FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1865. Summary for the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 May 1865

)ní\ êrztiU # IL %. Bim«. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thoo, aini'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Sluikspeare. Summary for the Mail. THE political events of the month are, as usual, but of little moment. A programme, however, has been published by the Go- vernment of the legislative measures which are in contemplation, for the ensuing ses- sion of that august body-the Legislative Council, which, is appointed to take place on the 22nd of next month. The Council last year passed an Ordinance au- thorising, under certain restrictions, dis- tillation of the produce of the vine, in order to encourage its cultivation ; we now learn however, that Her Majesty has been advised not to sanction it, but upon what grounds it has not yet been thought ne- cessary to enlighten the jyublic ; we may suppose it is considered that it would be an infringement of the dignity of the Le- gislature, had the dispatch from the Secre- tary of State been given to the public be- for...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 May 1865

Holloway'» Ointment and Pills.-Fistu- las, Piles, Excoritions, andstrictures are speedily relieved and ultimately removed by applying this Ointment after fomenta- tion with, warm water. Persons, suffer- ing from these scourges of the. human frame, should arrest their progress at once, for it is both insidous and rapid. Fistulas, if long allowed to be unchecked, not only weaken the nervous, system but destroy life. The sooner these inestimable remedies are. used the more certain is success ; yet none despair, hopeless cases have often yielded, and the sufferer has been saved a painful dçath. In ex- coriations, a few applications of this healing. Ointment effect a cure, while the Pills, conjointly used, are especially bene- ficial in relaxing and removing strictures, whatever their situation or duration. üftporjtpt Amoip^ement. EXTENSION OijF BUSI- NESS PREMISES. OPpííING OF A 1ST&-W Store AT GERALDTON, CHAMPION BAY SEAPORT. BE. GEAY ôc Co. HAVE the honor to announce to their ...

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Journal of an Expedition UNDER THE COMMAND OF MAITLAND BROWN, ESQUIRE, In search of MESSRS. FRED. K. PANTER, JAMES R. HARDING, and WILLIAM H. GOLDWYER, who started on the 9th November, 1864, upon an exploring trip from Roebuck Bay, on the North-West Coast of Australia, towards Lagrange Bay, with four horses and 14 days' provisions, and had not returned 60 days after leaving the Depôt Camp; which circumstance led to the belief that some serious accident had befallen them. (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 May 1865

Journal of an Expedition UNDER THE COMMAND OF MAITLAND BROWN, ESQUIRE, In search of MESSES. FRED. K. PANTER, J^MES K. HARDING-, and WILLIAM H. CJOLDWTEB, who started on the 9th November, 1864, upon an exploring trip from Roebuck Bay, on the North- west Coast of Australia, towards Lagrange Bay, with four horses and 14 days' provisions, ana had not returned 60 days after leaving- the- Depot Camp ; which circumstance led to the belief that some serious accident had befallen them. (Concluded from our last.) These were the only natives caught and questioned, and being anxious to keep the rest of the natives in darkness as to the object» of our visit, and of catching and questioning these,, we took them into camp, where they were   introduced by Dutchmanchun and my other natives to eat fat pork and to sing songs until dark, when, much against then,* will, we chained and padlocked one pair to a Cajeputi-tree, another pair to a plough, and one by himself to an   an...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. To the Memory of Messrs. Panter, Harding, and Goldwyer, who fell by the hand of the natives at Roebuck Bay, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 May 1865

ORIGINAL POETBY. To the Memory of Messrs. Panter, Harding, and Goldwyer, who fell by the hand of the natives at Roebuck Bay, 1864. The moon looked down from her throne of light, On a vast Australian plain : And the beautiful stars their vigils kept, O'er the bones of our noble slain. They fell by the hand of a treacherous band, While wearied and worn they lie;     And their last deep sleep.was 'mid revelry deep, Of the cannibals' hue and cry. Like demons from hell in the darkness they seem, As their death spears glistened on high ; For onward they press to their blood-tbirsty work, Till the earth has drunk in the dye. And there lay their steeds, all panting and gong, The life-blood from each, fast gushing away ; Companions in toil, companions in sorrow, Companions alas ! in final decay. Peace to their ashes, for aye let them slumber, Embalmed in our hearts their memories lay ; And oft we shall tell, to our sons and our daughters, How Panter, Harding and Gol...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 26 May 1865

BIRTH. On the 23rd ult., at Hawthorndean, Toodyay,   MRS. DRUMMOND, of a daughter.

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THE OPOTIKI MURDER. (FROM THE DAILY SOUTHERN CROSS, MARCH 21.) DAIRY OF CAPTAIN LEVY FROM AUCKLAND TO OPOTIKI. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 2 June 1865

THE OPOTIEI MURDER. (FEOM THE DAILY SOUTHEKN CEOSS, MAECH 21.), DAIBY OF CAPTAIN LEVY FEOM AUCKLAND TO OPOTIKI. Sunday, February 26.-Left Auckland at 4 p.m., with the Revs. Messrs. Grace and Volkner as passengers to Opotki. Wednesday, March 1.-At about half past ten sailed up the river, expecting to find everything quiet as usual. Surprised to see such a number of natives as- sembled on the bank. My brother (Sami uel) who had charge of the store, when he saw the two reverend gentlemen on board was quite aghast at their coming at the very worst time, for the natives had only the previous day registered' an oath to kill every minister or soldier ti ey came across, immediately called us to put on the hatches and take the rev. gentle- men below, as the natives were all anxi- ous to gat at them, and some having ropes in their hands ready to bind them. Mr. Samuel Levy and Tiwai, the native, interpreter, came on board and told us of the intentions and doings of the natives. They likewise t...

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