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CHAMPION BAY. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 June 1865

CHAMPION BAY. (From our own Correspondent.) It is gratifying to be able to tell you that we have had a very fine rain, which came just in time to crown the lambing with success, and give farmers plenty of work in ploughing and planting. Bain in a measure acts on man like water on hot iron :-the longer the drought th« longer the face in proportion-a cloudy day causes it to remain stationary-but as soon as the showers come, so much wished for and which according to many never would come-^-you meet every farmer with a face as cheerful as if laying the foundation stone of sundry airy castles, such as 30 bushels per acre, &c, and. corresponding prices;-at all events up to this time we could not wish for a better season, and sincerely hope it will continue. Our Quarter Sessions is over j only one case, a man, Heyland, for embezzlement from Messrs. Brown to a large amount, has received 10 years penal servitude, which will have a salutary effect in deterring others from trying on th...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 June 1865

NEW ZEALAND. The position of affairs in New Zealand remains unchanged. There is as yet no sign of the beginning of the end. The Pad Marire superstition continues to in- crease» and much alarm is excited by its spread, to the northern districts where the natives have hitherto remained loyal, and where the settlers are entirely de- fenceless. The Europeans in the Poverty Bay districts have been driven from their homesteads-even Bishop Williams, whom the tribes had expressly deter- mined to defend, had to abandon the scene where he has laboured for nearly thirty years. By whatever means the priests of the Pai Marire acquire their ascendancy-whether by mesmerism, as some think, or by dint of-cunning and impudence combined-it is evident they are making converts by the hundred, and that the seeds of this abominable fanati- cism are being sown broadcast over the country. Its motto is " blood," and its object barely concealed-the destruction of the European settlers. The Wan- ganui campaign...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 June 1865

terapntona. Tothe Editor of thePerth Gazette Sç W. A. Times. SIR,-The time is approaching when every man in this small community should make up his mind as to what side he should take in the momentous political question now before the public. And, Sir, what is the real bearing of the subject under discussion ? It is whether we are satisfied to allow ourselves to be go- verned under the same system of Government that has directed the affairs of the colony for the last 36 years ; or, whether like all other com- munities of British subjects-sprinkled over the globe-of the same age and standing, we should exert ourselves and assert our right to have some small voice in the management of public ques- tions, which so much concern the greater por- tion of the people. I, for one, consider that we ought to demand some change, and I would ask those men who are holding back and re- fusing to join us in our efforts to gain this end, whether they are satisfied that things should continue for ano...

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CAMDEN HARBOR. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 June 1865

CAMDEN HASBOB. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser. {¡to,-As you have addmitted in your columns «of yesterday a letter addressed to me by name oa this subject from that ambiguous and anony- mous character, "An old Resident ¡in the IDmpics," now it seems domesticated in Gee " long, \I have no doubt you will insert the .-ifénuinè and uncolored letter, of which I send £«u:a dopy enclosed, from Mr. Wilson, and "this the more especially as it is this person who lias been so wantonly and ungenerously assailed f»y the Rev. Edward Tanner, when that gentle- man knew he had no power to reply. To Mr. Tanner and the other eight members of committee of the Camden Harbor Pastoral Association, and not to me, is due the failure of that association. They endeavored in October -last to control my plans for its success, and I in consequence ceased to have any connection -wita it onjßth October, 1864. I shall be very ?glad to hear that the saddle is put on the right iiorse by those who have an inte...

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FREE PARLIAMENT. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 June 1865

FREE PARLIAMENT. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette % W,A. Times.. SIR,-In order that the public may not be misled by the Letter of Mr. J. W, Hardey, the Honorable Member of Council, published in the ^ Inquirer newspaper of May 2átii ult., permit ^p me to make a few remarks. Mrr Hardey's arguments against allowing the people' of this colony any voice in the control of, the* «spendi- _, ture of the taxation .they are forced torbay, aw these :- ' * 1st.-That we must have more taxation. 2nd.-That the preàent Governor must con* tinue to control the expenditure. 3id.-That the present Government Officials may îesign and they must have pensions be- cause " the Cuckoo sings at night." With regard to the first of the- observations I remaik, that we have a daily and continuous increase of taxation, because we have a Poll Taxation, which is paid at the Government Custom Houses on every article we eat, drink, and wear, and therefore our taxation- under the present system does increase, and will...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 June 1865

^?y COMMISSARIAT. TENDERS (in duplicate) will be re . oeived at the Commissariat Office, Fremantle, till noon of MONDAY, the 3rd of July, 1865, for the supply oftLe following, viz.: t * Boots, Prisoners' Ancle-Pairs 2000, " Parties tendering are requested to for- ward sample with Tenders, and attach their names to the same. Deliveries to be made into the Commissariat Magazines Fremantle, of at least 50 Pairs per week from date of acceptance of tender. Payments to be made on the delivery of 250 pairs, or completion of contract at the option of the Tenderer. H. ASHTON, Assistant Commissary General. Commissariat, Fremantle, ") W. A" 9th June, 1865. j TENDERS FOB TBEASUBY BILLS. TENDEES (in duplicate) will be re. eeived at the Commissariat Office, Perth, until noon on MONDAY, the 19th instant. Tenderers are requested to state amount of premium per cent, which they are will-, ing to give. Preference will be given to the tenders offering the highest premium, and in case of equality of ten...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 June 1865

Holloways PilU and Ointment for the effectual cure of Dropsy.-The efficacy of these medicines in dropsy is extraordinary. They act with such peculiar effect upon the system, that the fluids arising from this direful disease are imperceptibly carried off, and prevented from any further accumulation. The sufferer regains a buoyancy of spirits, and rejoices in a completely renovated constitution. These admirable Pills have a similarly happy effect on many other diseases, particularly liver complaints and chronic indigestion. They act upon the constitution generally by purifying the blood, regulating the secretions, and giving tone to the stomach and kidneys. They are composed of rare balsams, with- out the admixture of a single grain of any noxious substances. They are as safe as efficacious. BISHOP'S GBANUIiAK EFFERVESCENT CITRATE OF MAGNESIA. INTRODUCED AND PREPARED BT Alfred Bishop, Hanu&ctoring Chemist, 17 & l8, SPECK'S FIELDS, MILE END NEW TOWN, LONDON. This perfec...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 June 1865

VICTORIA. The Border Customs question still re- mains in a somewhat unsettled state. Misled by an imperfect information sup- plied by telegraph, we stated last month that the Victorial Ministerial delegates in Sydney had succeeded in inducing Mr. Cowper's Government to adopt the Victorian tariff. Fuller information afterwards made us aware that the higher tariff of this colony was only to apply to the Riverine provinces of New South Wales, and thus we-should have seen a very curious state of things in that colony-two widely differing tariffs" in operation, the one on the seaboard and the other on the Murray. It has since been questioned in the Sydney Parlia- ment whether such a resolution was legal, and whether, if legal, it was fair to Riverina. How the matter is to be ar- ranged seems still to be only in course of negotiation between the two Govern- ments. Sydney meantime protests strongly in favor of free-trade views; and argues-as The Argus has argued that unanimity of intercolo...

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DENISON PLAINS PASTORAL COMPANY. THE following letter from the agent of the Denison Plains Association has been received by the Hon. the Colonial Secretary, who has forwarded it to us for the purpose of publication.— Denison Plains Pastoral Company (Limited), 69, Bourke St. West, Melbourne, May 25, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 June 1865

DENISON PLAINS PASTORAL COMPANY. The following letter from the agent of the Denison Plains Association has been received c*y the Hon. the Colonial Secretary, who has i^invarded it to us for the purpose of publi <»tion;:-?'?:'- . Denison Plains Pastoral Company (Limited), 69, Bourka St. West, Melbourne, May 25,1865. ¡ " -' Sot,-*-! hAve on the present occasion the Stonor, to acknowledge your despatch of 20th April last, with the enclosed permissions to 1 proceed to the North District of Western Aus- tralia. * - 'I have also to acknowledge with thanks the ¿bHgtag courtesy of His Excellency Governor .Hampton and yourself, in forwarding by special êxpresB to King George's Sound short advices from the Superintendent of this company, who ?^¡rttoH^eeto. te^ve arrived at Fremantle in the A Warrior about 4th current. Those advices, v-dated 5th May reached me on 15th current, and " being of an indeterminate nature as to the -ultimate destination of the Warrior, whether .Boebuck or ...

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Colonial Mails. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 June 1865

Colonial Mails. THE Eastern Colonial Mails were received in Perth, at 5 p.m. on the 10th Instant. We have files from South Australia and Victoria to the 26th ult., and from Sydney to the 22nd. The Sydney Morning Herald, in its mail summary says-" We regret to say that the most important event of the month is the destruction of bushrangers," and pro- ceeds to comment on the sympathy with crime manifested by the rural population, which had until then defeated all efforts for its suppression. The origin of these disorders is attributed to the riots for driving out the Chinese, which it is as- serted received a fatal toleration from persons professing to be leaders in politi- cal life, and were treated in Parliament with criminal indifference. The financial state of the colony appears to be very unsatisfactory, the deficit during the last two years being half-a-million, for which debentures were issued, and fresh taxes are to be imposed, amongst which is a Stamp Duty, and a proposed tax...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 June 1865

For Sale or Charter. THE smart little Schooner Yacht "CLARENCE PACKET^ _ peculiarly suitable to the Northern or Coasting Trade, is open to sale, or engagement on freight or charter. Apply to BICKLEY & Co. C. REICHBERG, WOEBING JEWELLER & GOLDSMITH, PACKENHAM STREET, FRE- MANTLE. EVERY description of work manu- factured or repaired as follows: Bings made and set in Diamonds, Pearls and precious Stones ; Signet Bings, Keep- ers, Wedding and other Bings, made plain, in enamel, or engraved. Brooches, Bracelets; Earrings, Necklaces, Albert Chains and Guards, made in gold or sil- ver in first-class style. Silver.plating and gilding in all its tranches. Guaranteed to wear well. The highest references as to competent workmanship. The lowest possible price charged. N o tice. JFABMANER will feel obliged to . all parties indebted to the late firm of J. FABMAOTB & CO. if they will 'settle their accounts at their earliest con ' venlence. All parties to whom the late firm ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 June 1865

SWWl*& iirtdligenre. AEBIVALS. June 10.-Mary Cumming, 106 tons, B. Fuller, master, from Melbourne. Passengers-Mr. Cooper, Mrs. Cooper and child, and Mr. L. F. Yon Bibra. Same day.-Swan, 25 tons, Hannam, master, from Vasse, with 16 loads timber. June 12.-Albert, 24 tons, H. O'Grady, mas- ter, from Irwin Elver. Passenger-Mr. Thope. Cargo-4 tons sandalwood, 12 hides, 76 bags wheat, 58 do barley, and 4 do. oats. Same d.iy-Cía ence Packet, 61 tons, J. Oliver, master, from Champion Bay. Cargo-22 bags potatoes, 45 do barley, 13, do. bran, 30 do, flour, 12 do. wheat, and 1 case. Same day.-Wild Wave, 38 tons, Cross, mas- ter, from Tasse and Bunbury. Passengers J. Christie, and 6 others. Cargo-25 bags bran, 10 hhds. wine, 216 bags potatoes, 10 kegs but- ter, 43 bags wheat, 106 do. flour, 4 bales leather. IMPOSTS. Per Mary Cumming, from Melbourne-1 case cigars, 1 do. tobacco, Cooper ; 4} tierces of to- bacco, 60 i cheeta tea. Order ; 80 bags sugar, J. H. Monger, & Co. ; 4 i che...

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THE BUSHRANGERS. DEATH OF BEN HALL. Friday, 5th to 12th May. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 June 1865

THE BUSHRANGERS. DEATH OF BEN HALL.   Friday, 5th to 12th May.   Ben Hall, the bushranger, was shot at dawn of day, on Friday, the 5th instant. For some days previous a growing con- viction appeared to be gaining ground that something would shortly happen to capture, destroy, or disperse the gang of which he was the leader. The district swarmed with police and parties of vol- unteers, and the only chance of safety to the freebooters lay in being constantly in motion. The supply of horses began to fail them, and the perpetual vigilance with such a state of things necessitated, together with the toil of long journeys, irregular living, and exposure was be- ginning to wear them out. Having ob- tained a remount from Gumbidgewa, in the shape of Mr. Ernest Bowler's racer Tomboy, Hall made his way to the Billi- bong Creek, and having hobbled out his horses, betook himself to a thick scrub, where he hollowed out a bed amongst the dry leaves and betook himself to &a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 16 June 1865

DEATHS. WALL—At Grassdale, York, on the 30th of April, MATILDA S., the beloved wife of MR. THOMAS BOYS WALL. Aged 71 years. MASSINGHAM—At Grassdale, York, on the 5th of June, MATILDA, the beloved wife of MR. CHARLES MASSINGHAM. Aged 39 years.

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A BENEFICENT DISCOVERY. THE NOBLEST ACHIEVEMENT OF SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 23 June 1865

A BENEFICENT DISCOVERT. THE NOBLEST ACHIEVEMENT OF .SCIENCE. ' ' The iron horse, and its tireless strength, its plauses of vapor and its heart of flame, is a glorious exponent of the creative capacity of the human mind; and the metallic nerves through which intelligence courses over a- con- tinent, prove by every flash of thought which traverses them, that man possesses one attribute essentially grand, the power to annihilate space and time. But vast and important as have been the results of making steam and light- ning the common carrier and messenger of the world, the discovery hy which weak or impure blood can be vertalized or restored to new vigour and purity, byjmeans of internal and external remedies, is of infinite value. The resources of vegetable chemistry as developed and applied by Thomas Holloway has proved equal to this mighty task. His famous remedies impart to the stream of life a disinfecting principle which frees the system from all impure and poisonous elements. Th...

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MONTHLY REPORT OF THE GWALLA MINE TO MAY[?] 30, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 23 June 1865

I HqHTHLY BxFOBT O J« THE GWALLA Mnnc Ta Mat 30, 1865. .The north-east .shaft on the Gwalla le I have stoped, owing to there not be- any lode in the shaft, and not having i to examine it, very little mining has [donedaring the month; when the ne was all readv to work the pumps /were in the Mu» would not lift-any, T, io I was obliged- to get things ready to put the Wanerenooka pumps down in the downright shaft to the l8 fathom level, and those pumps are only a make-shift until others are erected. Then finding I had to put down 12 fathoms more of Wanerenooka pumps in the old underlay shaft to reach to the 30 fathoms, I could only drop 8 fathoms at a time, with a great deal of trouble to get them down, and in doing this I was obliged to erect fresh gear, as the oW fittings would not stand the work. The' water has been out at the l8 fathoms foi some time, but not having the other machinery ready I could not go any farther] I thought to get the water out to ihe 30 fathoms against the end...

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Mining Reports. Yangancoka Mine, May 25th, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 23 June 1865

Mining Reports. I Tangancolca Mine,.May 25th, 1865. Sib,-I beg to forward you the monthly Reportoí this mine :-k 20 FATHOM LEVEL N.E. OF ENGINE shaft.-This level is.driving by 3 men who have driven 7 fathoms this month, 5 fathoms of which have produced 1% tons of black andyellow copper ore per fathom, of about 30 per cent. The hanging part of the lode is as productive as that gone through, having seen the same by cutting a plat of 16 feet wide. I shall commence sinking engine shaft on Tuesday next, which I hope to have completed to the 33 fathom level in two' months. The S.W. end produces a large quantity of (mundic, about 10 tons per fathom. Shenton's Shaft A.-The stopes in ^heback of this level are working by 6 wey, lode 4£ feet wide, producing 2 tionsX copper ore per fathom, averaging 40 per Cent. Shenton's Shaft B.-This shaft, is sinking by 6 men, 2 landers and 2 whim drivers ; ground sunk 4 fathoms dur g the month ; the last fathom, has pro iuced good stones of copper and lead ...

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PERTH CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 23 June 1865

PEETH CITY COUNCIL. .We take the following from our con- temporary of Wednesday last : At a special meeting of the City Council, on Friday evening last, it was resolved to sell all allotments belonging to absentees, in arrears for rates, &c. There was great dissappointment expressed by all the members present at the refusal of the Government to pass an Ordinance to tax all vehicles within the City. After some discussion on the matter, the following resolution was Besolved-That the Chairman write to the Hon. the Colonial Secretary, for the information of His Excellency the Governor, expressing the disappointment of the Perth City Council at the very partial- and inadequate manner in which it is proposed to amend the Cart and Carrier's Act/and praying that His Excellency may still be pleased to introduce to the Legis- lativo Council such amendments as will effect- ually legalize a tra on all .vehicles in use within the city, whether kept for pleasure or profit, as it is only j...

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FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 23 June 1865

FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) On Thursday evening last, the 15th inst., there was a great stir in our town owing to a report that the whole of the chain gang work- ing upon the North Fremantle bridge had made their escape; it eventually turned out that only three probation men had absconded, amongst whom was the notorious Wildman. The whole three were speedily captured by constables Stack and Armstrong stationed at North Fremantle. The Mary Cumming, which vessel I reported in my last as having arrived from Melbourne on the 10th instant, has been chartered by our townsmen Messrs. Bateman, to proceed to Adelaide with a cargo of timber. At last our regular winter weather has set in, but wild boreas has not yet favored us with a regular nor westerly buster, but suffi- ciently strong to prevent our northern coasters from venturing out of port. The Favorite, Tien Tsin, Sea Spray, and Clarence Packet have all been " lying-to" for several days awaiting a fair wind. On Tuesday eve...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 23 June 1865

ferapttfmta. Tothe Editor of thePerth Gazette S¡ W. A. Times. SIR,-Mr. Broun has sent you a report of the movements of a certain party of road men, intending to shew that to be at work near his house is right, but to be any where else must of course be wrong. Divested of all figurative language the case appears thus : a party of men has been at work a long time, it must be several years, upon the 13 miles of road between York and Mr. Broun» homestead, while until the advent of our pre- sent Governor, almost nothing has been doo« upon any other part of the road southward from York, except by the labor of the settlers, until until you reach the road leading from Perth to the Sound. At Mr. Broun's house the York road divider,, one line leading up the Dale, the other along the Avon ; the traffic upon the two lines is about equal, but if you take into consideration the quantity of wool and wood, I think the Avon lines will have the advantage. His Excellency after proper investigation, de...

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