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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 November 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office Perth, November 27, 1833. HIS HONOR the Lieutenant GOVERN- OR directs the following Circular Notice, dated at the Colonial Office, Downing Mreet, on the 1st of March, 1831, to he made Puhlic for the information of Ap- plicants for the purchase of Crown Lands in this Colony. It has heen determined by His Majes- ty's Government that land shall in future be disposed of in Western Australia upon tlie same principles as in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land ; but the encouragement hitherto given to per- sons who might incur the expense of taking out labouring persons to the Colo- ny, will not be entirely withdrawn at present. 1.-A division of the whole territory into counties hundreds, and parishes, is in progress. When that division shall be completed, each parish will comprise an area of about twenty-five square miles. 2.-All the lands in the Colony not hiter\o granted, and not appropriated for the public purposes, will be put up to sal...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 November 1833

MR. ftlcÖÄRD LEWIS BEGS fb return Ms sincere thanks to the Public for the liberal patronage he has received since he commenced his Livery Stabling, and begs to inform' them fhat he has let the same to'M ft Ä. CUR- TIS, during his abseuce from this Colo- ny ; he therefore solicits their favours on his account.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 November 1833

ON SALE AT THE TORES OF THE UNDERSIGNED, per "Brilliant? £. s. d. gUGAR (Mauritius) in" bags, per lb. by the bag - 0 0 4 Rum in P., in bond- 0 7 0 per gallon1 Wine in pipes- 0 3 0 Ditto in half- 0 3 6 Hock in Ditto. 0 4 0 Lime Juice in aums - - - 0 7 0 Butter.... in 100 lbs. - - 0 0 10 per lb. Sj/cnri Candles (English and American) in boxes of 25 lbs. each- 0 3 0 Cape' Moulds-.. - 0 1 0 Dips -. 0 0 10 Cape Beef-. 0 0 3 Dried Fruit3. 0 0 7 !?;iisins. 0 0 6 indian Corn- ------ 0 0 1| Caravances. 0 0 3 Cape Beer. 7 0 0 per hhd. Boots, Shoes, Clothing, and a variety of other Articles. ALSO, American Flour in casks 0 0 3 per lb. Irish Pork per barrel - . 5 0 0 English Soap in 112 lbs - 0 0 9 Currants in 50 lbs - - - - 0 0 8 Brandy, in the piece - - - 0 9 0 per gallon?' Ruin in puncheons - - - - 0 7 0 Window Glass in tables, by the crate.I 0 0 per table Nails, Bar and Rod Iron, at a moderate ad- vance on the Invoice price. li. & W. SAMSON. Fremantle. TO LET, THAT valuable estate c...

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CARGO OF THE SCHOONER "EAGLES," C. PRATT MASTER (CONSIGNED TO A MERCANTILE HOUSE AT SYDNEY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 November 1833

CARGO OFTHK SCHOONER "EAGLES C. PRATT MASTER (CONSIGNED io A MERCANTILE HJUSE AT SYDNEY.) I 1645 bags Sugar, 4 cases Tobacco, 1 box Candles, , 2 ,c;ises Champaign. 1 case Garden Seeds, 1 tiercé Bráñtly, 2 casks ditto, 4 casks VFine, 4 pipes Arrack, 10 cases con. 10 doz. Port Wine, 15 bags Dates, 5 bags Coffee." MARRIED-On the 6tb Ihstf by the Rev. J. B. Wittenoom. Colonial Chaplain, Mr. Michael Clarkson, of Fofifga'h'orpe. Peninsula, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. J. Drummond, Government Botanist, of Cumma. MA it RIED-On the 23d Instant, at St. James's Church, Perth, by the Rev. J. B. Wittenoom, Colonial Chaplain, Edward Gascovsn Collinson, Esquire, to Mary Lucile, daughter of the late James Birkett, Esquire, Lieut, in H M. ¿Sth Re£t. DIED-On the 23d Inst, at Belmont, Mrs. Grace Hancock, the wife ol Mr. John Hancock, at the advanced age of 63 years : her loss will be long felt by her husbandand sons.

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 November 1833

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL We are enabled, by the kindness of Capt. Lambert, R. N.,"of n.M. S. Alli- gator, to lay before our readers Europe- an intelligence, derived from the " Gib- raltar Chronicle? of the 22d August The London journals of the 6th of August are represented to be principally occupied With Parliamentary debates. The East India Charter bill had made considerable progress in the house ; and the Slavery abolition and other important Bills were in progress. We have not been able to collect any information affecting our Colonial inte- rests. The following conveys the latest intel- ligence respecting the entrance of the Queen's troops into Portugal. [Tile Regency of Portugal,' it is reported, will be entrusted to the Infanta" Donna Maria de Assumcao, Donna"Izabél Alaria being very sick at Coimbra.] (From " Gibraltar Chronicle" August 2Í.) By the Cadiz Estafette, was yester day received, a Lisbon letter of the 9th iust., said to have been brought as far as Badajos by e...

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MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 November 1833

MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. Bacon, per lb. 2s. Hams, ditto, Is. 6d. Butter (salt), Is. Ad' a (fresh),2s 6. Bread, 4 lb loaf, Is. Beef (salt), per lb. 5d. (fresh) Is. 6d. Mutton, per lb. Is. 6d. Kangaroo, per lb. Is. d. Pork (fresh), per lb. is 3d. (salt), Sd Cheese; Sydney, per lb. 2s. ditto, English, 2s. Coffee, per lb. J s 6d Eggs, per doz. 2s 6d Milk, per quart Sd Fowls, each 3 a 5s Wild-fowl ; pigeon, 9d ; duck, 2s; teal, Is ; swan, 6 a 8s Dried fruits, per lb. Is Raisins, per lb. lOd Oil, per gallon 10s Rice, per lb. 6d Wine, Cape, per gallo«' 4 s 6d Rum Ditto, 14 s. Brandy, Ditto 16« Gin, Ditto, I6d Sugar, per lb. - Tea, per lb. 10s Potatoes, per lb. 3 a 4<i -Cabbages, each 8</ Flour per lb. by the bag, Ad Wheat, per bushel lu* Hay, per ton £b Soap, per lb. I <? Starch, per Hi. Us Tobacco, pe. ft». Vinegar, pei gdUun I, a 6s Gunpowder,, pet Iii 4* Shot, ditto, - Ale and porter, per do*. 24s EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, BY CHARLES MACFAULL, AT THE...

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ON CUTTING WHEAT. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 November 1833

ON CUTTING WHEAT. (From à Correspondent.) Wheat has for some time past, in the North of England, been cut a week or ten days earlier than it was formerly. About 25 years ago, Mr*, fe., a Ve8pectable farmer, havinjg occasion to cut oVer à land of wheat to make a road to a pond a week or more before he intended to commence reaping, ex- pected to find the corVi 'cÜJ so early, Would be amall and shrivelled, but, to his sYtrpritfe, it proved a fine sample. Mr. G. being a man 'of an observ- ing mind, made several experiments, and ascer- tained that the best rime to cut wheat was after the corn had exchanged it's milky.appearance fora 'darker colour, and had attained a consistency a UtÚc finer than that of paste, Vhieh will generally be the case from a week or ten days before the usual time of reaping. His experiments excited the ridicule of the Old behool of Farmers, at first ; but the fine samples of this early cut wheat induced some of them to try the experiment themselves, (tie result ...

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MAGISTRATES COURT, PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 November 1833

MAGISTRATES COURT, PERTH. WEDNESDAY-Before the IJ on W. II. Mackie, Esquire, and the Ile v. J. B. Wittenoom. William Hugh Edwards, Boat-huilder, of Perth, complained that Henry Terry had left a job which he had engaged to do at 9s and Gd per loot. Terry denied that there was any agreement to that effect. He was to get on the best way he could with the work,- and to receive 30s per week iri advance, which' he had not drawn Defendant agreed to return to finish the boat, if complainant would nay him 65s on completing it, which he engaged to do William Bai nett was charged with unlawfully possessing ai pair of trowsers, which belonged to William Williams, a privatein the ¿1st Regt. The defendant, in answer to the charge, stated, that he liad purchased the trowsers of a soldier whose name he did not know. The Magistrates fined him ¿J 5. and treble the value of the trowsers (15s), under the last Mili- tary Act : But in consideration of his pleading ig- norance of the Regulation, Capt. Bee...

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THE MAHOGANY TABLE. (From the "Penny Magazine.") [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 November 1833

THE MAHOGANY TABLE. (From the "¡PennyMagazine") MILTON, who was at once the most sublime and the most practical of writers, has said, -« To know That which before us lies in daily life; Is the ptime wisdom." The poet tridré especially had in view that knowledge to which all our knowledge is second- ary-we mean the knowledge of ourselves. But we may flot improperly adopt his forcible ex- pressions as a motto to a series of articles which we shall occasionally publish, which will have for their object to Collect some of the most striking facts belonging to the most common things by which we are surrounded iii our evéry-dày life, particularly those comforts and conveniences which' the humblest man possesses in a state of advanced civilization. The history of a knife, or a button, or á coat, or a watch, or an ëàrthfcn pah, or a candle, or a lump of coal, or a mahogany table, or a Penny Magazine, suggests to our miiids more precise and satisfactory notions of the progress of society, and...

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ACT OF ACCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 November 1833

ACT OF ACCLAMATION. " On the 24th of July, the people o£ Lisbon in a large body, free from all in- fluence, internal or external, without compulsion, the city being forsaken by the troops, being assembled in the hall* of the council of this very noble and loyaF city of Lisbon, with a free and sponta- neous will, and with a unanimity never till now seen, acclaimed and declared the Senhora" Donna Maria II., daughter of the immortal i èdro IV., for whom the people are ready to spill the last drop of their blood, as all loyal Portuguese are ever ready to do for their lawful sovereign/ as their legitimate Queen ; and, in order that this should be made known, the j »resent act was drawn up, which was signed by all present. We have great pleasure in stating, that preparations are now making for bouying off the entrance to Cockburn h'ound. The Hon. J. S. Roe, Surveyor General, has suggested the suitable ar- rangements, which Capt. Lambert, R.N. has forwarded with the most praise- worthy act...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 November 1833

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -000 ARRIVALS. 5 Oit the 26th inst., the Eagle, Capt. rratt, fróni the Mauritius : lett on the 23d oF October. It is reported she has £ut in here in distress.. On the 27th inst,, ff. M. S. Alligator, Capt. Lambert," R. N, from Madras, touched at Singapore ana Báta'vía. DEPARTURE. On the 29th inst, the Arranzau for Madras.--Passenger, Major Nairn. Lying in Gages, Roads.-H. M. S. Alligator, Brilliant, Dart, Monkey, arid sÈHgki

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LOSS OF THE "LADY MUNRO" [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 November 1833

LOSS OF THE "LADY MUNRO" ---------- The Eagle Schooner, of Hobart-town, from Port Louis, Isle of France, bound to Sydney, on the 3d Nov., 1833, in latitude 31 42 south, and longitude E. 77 34 0, spoke the American schooner General Jackson, bound to the Isle of France, with the survivors from the wreck of the Lady Munro Barque, the particulars of which as under were re- ceived from J. M. Cost, Esq., Assistant Surgeon 34th Bengal Infantry, the only passenger saved - " Loss of the Lady Munro Barque, of Madras :-On the 27th June, 1833, the Barque Lady Munro, 250 tons, Capt John Aikin, sailed from Calcutta towards Van Diemen's land, via Madras and the Isle of France, after taking many passengers on board at Madras, and completing her cargo of sugar at Port Louis, she stood for Hobart-town, on the night of the 11th October she went on shore upon the rocks on the Desolate Is- land ol Amsterdam, and, in less than a quarter of an hour, she went to pieces. 21 persons only were saved, viz.-J. ...

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MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 December 1833

MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. Bacon, per lb. 2s. Hams, ditto, Is. 6d. Butter (salt), Is. Ad' a (fresh),2s 6. Bread, 4 lb loaf, Is. Beef (salt), per lb. bd. (fresh) Is. 6d. Mutton, per lb. Is. Gd. Kangaroo, per lb. Is. d. Pork (fresh), per lb. Is Bd. (salt), Sd Cheese, Sydney, per lb. 2s. ditto, English, 2s. Coffee, per lb. Is 6d Eggs, per doz. 2s 6d Milk, per quart Sd Fowls, each 3 a 5s Wild-fowl ; pigeon, 9d ; duck, 2s; teal, Is ; swan, 6 a 8s Dried fruits, per lb. lOd Raisins, per lb. lOd Oil, per gallon 10s Bice, per lb. 6d Wine, Cape, per gallon1 4 s 6d Bum Ditto, 14s. Brandy, Ditto 16s Gin, Ditto, 16* Sugar, per lb. - Tea, per lb. 10* Potatoes, peril) 3a \d - Cabbages, each ft</ Flour per lb. by the bag, 3%d Wheat, per bushel ltt«¡ Hay, per ton 4J.S Soap, per lb I .; Starch, per H- ?.i Tobacco, po.i h Vinegar, pe» J^UOH r 6s Gunpowdfs*, j »er % 4* Shot, ditto, Ale and cotter, y».< doz? 24s EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, B^ CHARLES MACFAULL, AT THE GAZETTE OFFICE...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 December 1833

FOUND in Perth, by G. Minson.-A small THERMOMETER. It will be restored totheowner on his defraying the expenses of this advertisement. / N0 TICE. WHEREAS, BY A DEED dated this5 day, Mr. RICHARD LEWIS, of Freman- tle, hath conveyed, assigned, and made over to GEORGE LEAKE, cf Fremantle, in Trust of William Lewis, of Hobart Town, Van Diemen's Land, all his real and personal property, goods, and chat- tels, by way of Mortgage, accompanied by a power to sell, as -security for a cer- tain Debt due by the said Richard Lewis to the said William Lewis THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, that the following is a list of the personal property, goods and chatties, so made over, as appears by the Schedule at- tached to the said Deed, viz. Two Draft Mares, and two Horse Colts. 1 Two-horse, English Cart. 1 One-horse, English Cart. 2 Sets*Trace Harness. 8 Sets ditto ditto. G. LEAKE. Fremantle, Nov. 23, 1833. CAUTION! WHEREAS, persons have been found trespassing on the estate of Burswood/ now in the occupation ...

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MAGISTRATES COURT, PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 December 1833

MAGISTRATES COURT, PERTH. MONDAY.-Before the Hon. W. H Mackie, Esq., J. P. A NATURALIST -Owen Sulivan, a private in the 21st regt, was charged by William Fraser, shopman to Mr. Solo- mon, of Perth, with flourishing a mop- stick in his private room, apparently with the intention of killing the flies. Al- though repeatedly admonished to desist, he would not ; and, on the complainant's endeavouring to turn him out, he jumped into one corner of the room where there was some crockery, and broke a large pie-dish. A serjeant was sent for who took the defendant into custody. He ad- mitted he was under the influence of liquor, and was consequently ordered to pay 10s. Mr. Wm. Samson will hold a sale by Public Auction of horned cattle, horses, sheep and pigs, on Monday next, at Bassindean. We believe it is generally understood, that the Notes which have hitherto been in circulation, will be re- ceived in payment for any purchases which may be made. A Special sitting was held by G. F. Moore, Es...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 December 1833

ON SALE AT THE JETTY STORE, PLATES, Dishes, Cups, Saucers, and a variety of other Crockery. Tin-ware, consisting of Tin Cups, Candlesticks, Culenders, Lantherns, and Water Cans. Saucepans of various sizes ; Tin Plates;   Japanned Sugar Boxes ; Fancy Bis- cuit ; Knives and Forks ; Pocket knives ; Scissors ; Tin and Table Spoons ; Coffee Pots, Steel Pens, Brushes, Combs, and Hair Pins. Gunpowder, Shot Belts, and Powder Horns Paints. Blacking. Prints, Wearing Apparel, Shirts, Trow- sers, Handkerchiefs, Stocks, and Shoes. Soap, Pickles, Tea, Sugar, Coffee, Figs, Plums, Currents, &c. Flour, Fancy Biscuit Rusks, tops and bottoms ALSO,-A variety of other Articles. JAMES MC DERMOTT. Perth, Dec. 6, 1833.

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THE EMANCIPATION OF THE JEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 December 1833

THE EMANCIPATION OF THE JEWS. The reception of Mr. GRANT's motion on this question appears to be conclusive. There is no doubt that a bill will be carried through the House of Commons for extending to the Jews in these countries all the rights of citizenship. How the bill may fare in the Lords, it is not meet to con- jecture. Yet, although very little opposition has been offered to the measure, it is evident that its sup porters have, merely acquiesced in its propriety, without caring to take any farther trouble to en- sure its success. It seems to have been supported rather for the sake of consistency, in reference to the course of policy to which ministers are pledged,   than from any marked sense of the injustice under which the Jews have suffered. The great principle of civil and religious liberty having been fully esta- blished in the case of the Roman Catholics, its advocates rest satisfied with their triumph, and   treat the application of the princi...

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SATURDAY NIGHT SWAGES [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 December 1833

SATURDAY NIGHTS WAGES The system frequently pursued in manufacturing towns in payment of the wages of mechanics, is not, perhaps, calculated to give to these all the advantages which they should derive from their hard earnings. It is the custom in many factories to pay the wages of the week at the neighbouring public-house on the Saturday evening, after the labours of the day are over. This duty, in a large establishment, is a Work which necessarily occupies some time : and the most sober and well-disposed, those most anxious to take their earnings' home to their fami- lies, cannot obtain their money in time for pro- curing the Sundays' meal before the usual hour of rest. After a hard days' labour, spent in domes- tic cares, and in rendering the dwelling in a fit state for the coming day, the weary housewife would gladly seek repose. Under this arrange- ment, However, she is obliged to encroach on the period which she should be devoted to sleep, in   order to make her r...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 December 1833

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. On the 7th instant, the Government shooner Ellen, Capt. Toby, from King George's Sound.-Passengers Lieut. Mc Leod, and a detachment of the 63rd, and two Natives, from King George's Sound; Capt. Molloy, and Mr. A. Bussel from Augusta. DEPARTURES. On the 1st inst, the Eagle, Captain Pratt, for Sydney. On the 2d hist., the Dart, Captain Griffin, for Sydney. Lying in Owen's Anchorage.-H. M. S. Alligator.-In Gages Roads, the Brilliant and Monkey. The Brilliant for King George's Sound and Launceston, has been upon the point of sailing lor the past week ; there is every reason to expect she will go to sea early to-morrow morning. MAIL for England and Hobart Town, by the Alligator, will be closed on Thurs day next. BIRTH- On the 3d Inst., at Fremantle, Mrs Clark of a son.

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 7 December 1833

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN       JOURNAL As we were upon the point of going to press, we received the intelligence of the arrival of the Government schooner Ellen from King George's Sound, and   Augusta. It appears that the detention of the despatches was but an idle rumour We have not been able to collect any further news of importance, than the generally gratifying information, that both settlements are rapidly advancing,   and the agricultural productions of the season are most luxuriant. The settlers at both places are on the most amicable terms with the natives,   the women appearing in the towns with- out their accustomed protectors. The intelligence we have received from Madras, by the Alligator, is of the most distressing nature, hundreds dying daily of starvation, notwithstanding the immense quantities of supplies which are issued by order of the government. It is said that upwards of 75,000 souls are &am...

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