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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 9 September 1848

' Ä'. ** ",J ''.'.-Pt * Shipping Intelligence. Saïled,-On dth, inst. H.M. colonial schooner Champion, Lieut. Helpman, for Adelaide, via King George's Sound. Passengers-Mrs. Helpman, 3 children, and 3 servants, Messrs. Vigors and Lo» froy. Steerage-Mr. J. Wood and Mrs. Highfield and family. Cargo-39 packages Or. Cheyne, 1 do Mr. J. Gt. Webb* - r To sail this day,; the barque 'Ëindoo, Burgoyne,-* master, for Lon'donV 'Passongers-^-Mrs. P.-Brdun; Mr. J. Smith ; and Miss Dale. Cargo-313 tons copper ore, Sv A.,Mining^Association, 36 bales wool, 2 cases gum; S.'"Moore áí^CÓ.'; IB bales wool P. Croft ; 22 ditto, W. L. Brockman i. 2 ditto,- J. S. Eoe ; 390 ditto, 16 cases" gum/ 5 bMs. tallow, . 1 case sundries, 1 ditto, natural curiosities^W. & E. Habgood ; 14 bales wool, C. Hinds ; 2 ditto, F. Helpman; 7 dittOj-W. Knight j l8 ditto, 1 case natural curiosities, T." & H. Carter ; 12 bales wool R. H. Bland ; 14 ditto, L., Samson ; 43 dityo, 6 cases gum, Gt. Shenton; 1 case,of ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Government Gazette. TUESDAY, September 5,1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 9 September 1848

  The Government Gazette. TUESDAY, September 5,1848. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Walkinshaw Cowan Esq., to be Protector of Aborigines in the York district, vice Revett Henry Bland, Esq., resigned; This appointment, until the pleasure of Her Majesty be known, to date from the 1st Inst. His Excellency has been also pleased to appoint Mr. Cowan to be a Justice of the Peace of this Territory. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Revett Henry Bland, Esq., to be his Private Secretary. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Revett Henry Bland, Esq., to be Clerk to the Executive and Legislative Councils, vice Walkinshaw Cowan, Esq., appointed to the office of Protector of Natives in the York district); This appointment, until the pleasure of Her Majesty be known, to date from the 1st List. Bonding Stobe. His Excellency the Governor having had under consideration certain applications from the Importers and dealers i...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 9 September 1848

NOTICE. THE Undersigned takes this opportu- nity of returning his sincere thanks to the Public for their liberal support as a Stock-keeper, and hopes by strict attention to business to merit their support, but will not hold himself responsible for any loss." JOHN YOBK. Creaton, Aug. 81,1848. Notice. TWO Heifers joined the herd of the Undersigned about five months since, one red with horns, the other red and white without horns, both marked by a piece cut off the tip of the right ear ; unless the same are claimed they will be sold to pay expences. J. T. COOKE. Northam, Aug. 24,1848. Vineyard Society. IN conformity with a resolution passed at the last meeting of this Society, viz : " That the Hon. Secretary be request- ed to prepare a list of such publications on the Culture of the Vine and Olive, now in the colony, and to report thereon at the next half-yearly meeting." I have to so- licit the favor of communications (by let- ter post free) from such colonists as. pos- sess any works...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 16 September 1848

NOTICE. TWO Heifers joined the herd of the Undersigned about five months since, one red with horns, the other red and white without horns, both marked by a piece cut off the tip of the right ear ; unless the same are claimed they will be sold to pay expences. J. T. COOKE. Northam, Aug. 24,1848. Notice. THE Undersigned takes this opportu- nity of returning his sincere thanks to the Public for their liberal support as a Stock-keeper, and hopes by strict attention to business to merit their support, but will not hold himself responsible for any loss. JOHN YOBK. Creaton, Aug. 31,1848. Vineyard Society. IN conformity with a resolution passed at the last meeting of this Society, viz : " That the Hon. Secretary be request- ed to prepare a list of such publications on the Culture of the Vine and Olive, now in the colony, and to report thereon at the next half-yearly meeting." I have to so- licit the favor of communications (by let- ter post free) from such colonists as pos- sess any works o...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 16 September 1848

NOTIÖE.^t *f « I HEREBY g&e notice, t£at I have apT pointed Mr* W. Dacres Williams to act as my Agent during my absence, and to whom I request all accounts will be paid. H. H. HALL. Perth, Sept. 9,1848. .* - "Perth Town Trust« - I)j|RSyAN!r tettie Aot 4 and 5 Viet., No* là, the "^Quarterly Meeting of the above Trust will be holden at the Court House, Perth; on Monday, the 2nd day" of October, at 2 o'clock precisely. J. PURKIS, Chairman. Fremantle Town Trust. PURSUANT to the Act 4 ando Viet., No. l8, the Quarterly Meeting of the above Trust will be holden at the Court House; Fremantle, on Monday, ihe 2nd day of October, at 12 o'clock precisely. DANIEL SCOTT, Chairman. ^ Colonial Secretary's Office Perth, i " ! September 6,1848. fJTENDERS will be received at this JL Office up to 12 o'clock on Tuesday the 19th of September for performing the following work at Government House : Room/over Dining Room. To-tate down tie entire flooring, ceiling and par- titions, and to relay the s...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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Commissariat Notices. Commissariat Office, Perth, February 23, 1848. Treasury Bills. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 16 September 1848

Commissariat Notices. Commissariat Office, Perfli, February 23,1848. Treasury Bills. ' < SEALED TENDEES in' duplicate will be received at this Office at ,12 o'clock every Wednesday^ witiljwrther notice, from such parties as may be desirous of obtaining Bills of Exchange on the Bight Honorable the Lords Com- missioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, payable in London at thirty days' sight. The Bills will be drawn in sums of (£100 One Hundred Pbuuds Sterling and up- wards. The Tenders must state in figures and words at length the Bate of Exchange of- fered in Specie for the Bills, and also the description of Coin. Eor further particulars application to be made at this Office. H. C. DARLING, Asst.-Oom.' General.

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 16 September 1848

Shipping Intelligence. Sájiáíih-<-Oh*the Í4th insfc!¿ the barque Hindoo; Burgoyne, master, for London. " < ." \ On t the 15th inst., the barque Trusty, Barclay, riuûteiyfbr Lombook'and Singapore; «Passengers -^JièBBre.JH.-.H. Hall, Jowett, E.'King, and one female. Cargo-50 tons Sandal-wood> Th.e:Sindoo got under weigh on Saturday last, and attempted to work out of Owen's Anchorage agamst'kJcontráry1'wind^"but coining slightly in contact with a sandbank'/she returned to her an-. choragaij(plerreo^iyed'no_dam'age, . . -\-t¿

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 16 September 1848

REMOVAL. T TECKS respectfully informs the . iJ Public, tnat he has removed to the premises adjoining Mr. "Welbourne, Guildford, where he wül weigh and store Sandal-wood at 2s. 6d ty ton. Wool weighed, and warehoused at 6d. ty bale ; all other goods at reduced charges. On Sale. Pine white Sugar, at 4d. per fe.r rby the bag ;. superior brown ditto., 3d. ditto; best Java coffee, 5d. ditto ¡ good black tea ,1s. 6d, ditto by the box ; superior ditto', 2s; to 2s. 6. ditto ; Gunpowder^ -Young Hyson, and Imperial, at 2s. 6d. ty ib, in box ; 'Ba tavúvwhite rice, 2d. ty ft, by the bag. Also starch, gloves, Manilla rope, Epsom-Salts; Eottnest salt, pepper, saltpetre, soap, ar rowroot, twine, shovels, grafting-tools, axes moleskin' trousers, manilla hats, prints, stripe and^egatta shirts, waistcoats, check muslin, nets (wide and narrow), tape, cot- tons, thread, needles, pins, gun caps, pen- cils, steel pens, galvanic rings, combs, chalk Bath bricks, lamp oil, and various other articles, at low...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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Cobwebs. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 16 September 1848

Cobweb«. Among the different^Jdemoriala^and Addresses ? prlsehtedjjtoÜEis Excellency^ '*' ' l>*', iris» ^.í" ¿ 1 "^ V v*- J* sujge his argivarç.'we haye been surprised: that' no remonstrance has been made against the trading of Government officers. How it is that the traders of the colony have not yet risen, as one man, against the injustice of this trafile, we cannot con- ceive ; -is'it tliat tKeys intended to. make no¡, appeal on the subject, but will trust to" His Excellency to look into and forbid the practice without solicitation ? Truly as we believe Captain Fitzgerald will exercibe^justice inall-his, acts of ad- ministration, yet ye think it scarcely wise to leave him toffiñcL out "for himself, those points on which it is necessary a reform should take"" place i it were at least-well that such cobwebs as more immediately encumber the interests of the settlers, should be pointed out in so conspicuous a manner that they may be immediately swept'away.» ? Let .our readers cast...

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Mining Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 16 September 1848

Mining Meeting; A-:,MeeJtínjgo Pf tjbls jUompany.» neld i,pn I Thur8,dayjÍa?tíyatí<tte -ïpremason's Hotel, I was" attended by ábout-'fífty shareholders. G.Leake, l_§q^>JtHeO'Ghairman of the: Ç#mmitj^,,r;vbem Qhair, jaidltjiejmeptingwas j Cjon-Yened; ¡in^pursu iancjs of;a requisition signed -by ¡sever.al of;] j tfce ^ßharehplder.Sj, {whp; !wJould,vstatß<\ the object for which they ;had pípppsec\|it..(.)fc;i MinVjJcclcsi; one of the requisitionists,; said the object;pf the meetingwas"fbrHthe: purpose pf consulting as to the expediency of re-commencing operations on the Com- pany's 'grant. He-considered that they had sufficiently encouraging prospects to continue the works ; they had the opinions of practical men-Messrs.Forbes and Tho- mas, in its favor, who both concurred that metal was to be found in the locality. It appeared to him, that they had not commenced in the;proper;placea; they Had sunk two'shafts, "air the spots where veins appeared on the surface,...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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The Editor of this Journal invites the free expression of the opinions of his Correspondents, but can not be held responsible for them. The name and address of the writer must accompany each communication. To the Editor of the "Independent Journal." "Occulta vitia inguirere." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 16 September 1848

The Editor of this Journal invites the free expres- sion of the opinions of his Correspondents, but can not be held responsible for them. The name and address of the writer must accompany each com' munication. To Hie Editor of the "Independent Journal.1" " Occulta vitia inguirere." Sir,-The determination expressed in your last number, to break no more lances with the Editor of the Inquirer, is'a reso- lution which I am certain will be regret- ted by the majority of the public, who are ever well pleased in witnessing the discom- fiture of impertinent charlatans, and would have been particularly so by a true expo- sition of that so-called " gentleman " and political-quack-the present Editor of the once-rèspected Inquirer. As you decline having anything more to do with him, perhaps you will oblige me by giving insertion to the following observations on the concluding sentence of his this day's article, which runs thus : " What a gentleman may or may not con- descend to do, is a matter ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Government Gazette. TUESDAY, September 12, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 16 September 1848

The Government Gazette. .TUESDAYSeptember12,1848. Considerable inconvenience having been experienced, owing to the practice of de- livering Letters previous to the payment of the postage thereon; notice is hereby given for general information that in fu- ture, no 'letters will be given up, except on the postage due upon them being imme- diately paid. His Excellency the Governor directs it to be nqtified for general information that the Tender of George Bell, for alteration and additional work to the Pilot boat of Fremantle has been accepted. The following Address has been pre- sented to His Excellency :- ' To MU Eäcellencyßj&TAXN Chames FrrzöBBAia/ Governor and Commander-in Chief of the Colo ^ny of ¿Western Australia, fyc, S¡c. ¡May¿t please your ¡Excellency,-Ou the part ot the Roman Catholic Clergy and. community of this town'and'the adjoining districts, I hare the honor* of 'prèsentta&thWAddresSctoiyour Excellency, ex pressiveof devoted fidelity to our beloved Sove...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 16 September 1848

For Bunbury and the Vasse. THE fine colonial built cutter TYPO, 20 tons burthen, A. Myers, master, will run regularly between Fremantle, Bunbury and the Vasse, once a month (or oftener, should sufficient freight offer).-For freight or passage apply to Mr. J. Nairn, Perth Hotel; to the Master, on board; or to S. Moore & Co. Agents, Fremantle. In order to ensure dispatch, and prevent disappointment to shippers, goods will at all times be received and warehoused by the Agents free of charge. PASSAGE BOAT Daily to Fremantle, with good ac- commodation. WILLIAM INKPEN returns his sin- cere thanks for past favors, and trusts that he shall continue to obtain the patronage of his fellow colonists. Perth, Sept. 7,1848. For Sale. TWENTY FIVE Acres of Land, held from the Crown in Fee Simple, situ- ated within half a mile of the Bush Inn, Toodyay district. The great Road from York to Toodyay runs through the property, which has also the advantage of a frontage on a fine pool of water on ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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The Government Gazette. TUESDAY, September 19, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 23 September 1848

The Government Gazette. TUESDAY, September 19,1848. His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified for general information that the Tender of C. & H. Powis to supply the Public Offices and Jail at Fremantle with Firewood, has been accepted. Weekly Report of Licenses issued. Depasturing Licenses. May 30, W. Fowler, additional 10,000 acres, Melbourne district. August 21, W. Burges 25,000 acres Avon district. August 21, W. Burges, 9,000 acres Avon district. K. Q. Sound. July 15, G. Cheyne, 4,000 acres, Kent district. Sandal-wood Licenses. September 1, J. Simpson, 2 men 1 month. September 1, E. Middleton, 2 men, 1 month. September 12, E. Ellis, 2 men, 1 month. Timber Licenses. September 1, W. Chidlow, 2 men 1 month September 14, G. Embleton, 2 men, 1 month. Bunbury. September 5, E. Fisher, 2 men, 1 month. Publican's License. September 13, S. Caporn, " Waterman's Retreat," Point Walter. (Free.) NOTICE is hereby given that the next General Quarter Sessions of our Lady the Q...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 23 September 1848

[ADVERTISEMENT.] To the Editor of the "'Independent Journal." Sir,-We take the present opportunity of observing, by means of your Journal, that as two of the tradesmen who attended the last (so called) Tradesmen's Ball held at the Freemason's Hotel, Perth, we shall never again attend a like assembly, unless it is conducted on different principles/ Free tickets were issued, and' we were assured the company would be respectable, instead of which such a mixture never was seen in the colony. Women destitute of all shame, openly exhibited their wanton- ness j to the disgust of others who were obliged to witness the scene, and no check given to such conduct. If this is the free and easy system of " Tradesmen's Balls," for the first time about to "be exhibited in this colony, the sooner it is put a stop to, the better will it be for the morals of the people. The tickets, of admiásion were called free, and certainly they were freely given to all and sundry, but we had to pay for everything....

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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THE INDEPENDENT JOURNAL. "Vox populi, vox Dei." SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 23 September 1848

THE INDEPENDENT JOURNAL* " Vosb pojpuli, vox Dei." SAÏÏÏi^Y^^EraEMBERV2Îl!848r His EXCELLENCY in pursuance of his determination to see and judge for him- self, on Monday last examined the obsta- cles which impede the navigation of the river, between the causeway aud the ter- mination of the Plats towards Perth. Although the river at the time of His Excellency's examination was unusually high, he yet saw sufficient of what was re- quired to be done for immediate usefulness, as to give directions on the following day, that labor should forthwith be employed in cutting through a sandbank below the causeway, and also to construct an em- bankment to connect the several inlands and to join the entrance of the present canal. "We have authority to state, that His Excellency has declared that if colonists will raise a subscription to the amount of £50, towards an effectual clearing of all obstacles to boat navigation of the river above Perth, he will guarantee that this most beneficial work ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 23 September 1848

Shipping Intelligence. ÀitnivED.-On the 22nd instant, the brig Mag- gie, 196 tons. VESSELS EXPECTED : The brigantine Empress, from Singapore, the end of October. Bandicoot-, schooner, from Batavia, middle of No- vember. "Envma Slierralt, brigantine, from China, uncertain Arpenteur, brig> from the Mauritius, the beginning of December. Chainpion, schooner, from Adelaide, beginning of November. To CoBEESroNBENTS.-We beg to request that all communications addressed to us may be pre- paid or the amount of postage will be charged to the writer. The tax upon us is becoming so se- rious that we are compelled to adopt this resolu- tion in all cases.

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 23 September 1848

Local Intelligence'. The brig Maggie, which was in our port a few months since and left for Hougkong, arrived yesterday, but from the state of the weather no communication had been had with her when our intelligence left Fremantle, we are therefore unable to give the last port she is from, whether Singa- pore or Hong-kong ; if from the latter, it is improbable that she brings any later European intelligence than we have before received. It was yesterday currently reported in Perth, that the Fremantle Pilot-boat had been swamped, we are happy to state, however, that this is not confirmed by any accounts from Fremantle up to yesterday afternoon. The small schooner Albion was unfortu- nately driven on shore at Fremantle, dur- ing the severe gale on Thursday last, but, %<s believe, without sustaining much damage. The success of the Fremantle whaling party still continues. On Saturday laBt, a humpback estimated at two tuns was taken, and on Tuesday a fine right whale expected ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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Mr. Parker's Letter to the Colonial Secretary. Concluded from our last. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 23 September 1848

Mr. Parker's Letter to the Colonial Secretary* Concluded from our lasi. Repeated calls for Convicts have been made from different quarters, and the question has often been agitated in al- most all the agricultural and pastoral dis tricts, purelv because they could see no prospects of getting labour in any other way ; they plainly foresaw the ruin that must inevitably result upon the agricultu- ralist from the depressed state of labour, and many reluctantly bent their inclina» tions to the convict cause, and would rather willingly lend a hand to their introduction, than remain in the depressed state in which we have long existed. In the earlier days of colonization in New South "Wales, the government sup* ported the entire body of labour; men were sent from place to place in gangs, and dispersed through the colony. By this means forests were levelled to the groundj and the most rugged hills and densely wooded places were brought under cultivation ; roads were cut, bridges built, and ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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Influence of Climate. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 23 September 1848

Influence of Climate. The European is not made for the southern climates of Asia. Carrying with him, in his first adventure, his original energy of mind and frame, he is astonished to see the land tenanted by human beings who are content with mere existence. The bold climber of the hills,-the darmg mariner,-the intelligent and delighted inquirer into all the wonders of the earth and ocean, sees himself surrounded by men lying on sofas, living only to eat, and careless of the whole brilliant profusion which tissues the ground, or fills the forest, or variegates the shore. But the second generation inevitably feels the influence, and the son of the sinewy and susceptible European become the languid, self-satisfied, and voluptuous Oriental» In fact, the two races are totally different. The Asiatic has some noble qualities» The Creator not altogether effaced his image in any region of human habitancy» He has fancy, keenness of conception, despe- rate but unwilling bravery, scientific fa...

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