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FROM CHAMPION BAY TO CAMDEN HARBOUR. THURSDAY, 10TH MARCH, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 30 June 1864

FROM CHAMPION BAY TO CAMDEN HARBOUR. THURSDAY, 10TH MARCH, 1864. 1.-Went on board the schooner New Per- severance at 6 a.m. Two of the settlers of Champion Bay District-two of the most liberal contributors in this neighbourhood to the means of the Expedition-T. Burges, and M. Morrissey, Esquires, came off at the same hour to bid us a last adieu. 2.-A fine breeze favouring us, we set sail at 6.45. a.m. ; in a short time we lost sight of Champion Bay. At noon we were in long. E. 114 deg. 2 min., and lat. S. 28 deg. 15 min. 30 sec. The same fine breeze from the S.S.W. continued in our favour until midnight, giving us an average speed of 6 knots, under easy saU with yards nearly square, and with no heavy sea. The vessel rolled a little, but the motion was not so great as to put more than a few of the members of the expedition hors de combat. FRIDAY, 11TH MARCH. 3.-Throughout thje day the same wind, veering only a few degrees, carried us along at about the same rate, and with the same am...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 7 July 1864

Sale of valuable Property, (If not previously disposed of by private Sale.) MR SAMSON, Government Auctioneer, HAS been favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction, at the FREEMA- SONS' HOTEL, Perth, on WEDNES- DAY, 27th July, 18G4, at 12 o'clock precisely A VALUABLE Block of Land, con- taining 16,526 acres, having a water-frontage on the Blackwood River of l8 miles, the property of the late J. W. Turner, Esq. This property being situated on the banks of the Blackwood river (which is navigable from Port Augusta for several miles above the Estate) is admirably euited for a Station, the Land being very superior, free from poison, well watered, and having a magnificent supply of timber. A plan of the Estate may be seen at the office of the Auctioneer at Fremantle, or at Mr. J. Turner's, Perth. Immediate possession may be taken. A portion of the purchase money may remain on mortgage. ALSO!!! TO LET, a Block of LAND near the mouth of Blackwood River, containing 35 acres, of which about ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 7 July 1864

Shipping Intelligence. july 4-Favourite, 46 tons, Lakey, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-Mr. L. J. Bayly, and seven in Steerage. Cargo-40 bags wheat, 160. do. flour, 30 do. bran, 56 do. barley, and 2 barrels copper. DEPASTURES. June 29-Brotliers, 17 tons, Lewis, master, for Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers-Dr. Eos silofcti, and 2 others. Cargo-50 bags sugar, 12 casks beer, and 94 pkgs. sundries. July 4-Flying Foam, 34 tons, Cooper, master, for Champion Bay. Passengers-J Peat. Cargo -5 hhds. rum, 2 do. gin, 1 box tobacco (under bond), 27 bags potatoes, 100 do. sugar, 205 bundles laths, 50 pieces timber and sundries. Same day-Beaver, 120 tons, J. Burt, master, for Batavia. Passengers-Mrs. Burt, Mr. Glass, a Chinese woman and 2 children, and John Lawrence. Cargo-70 loads timber and 5 cases tobacco. IN HABBOTTB. Strathmore, discharging. Palestine, for Mauritius. Dispatch, for Hong Kong, viil Champion Bay. New Perseverance, for Batavia. Favourite, discharging.

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Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 7 July 1864

Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. (Before His Honor tile Chief Justice.) WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1864. There were thirteen cases for trial, but none of serious importance, with the exception of some natives charged with murder among themselves. The first case was that of John Molloy, and Alexander Menzies, charged with setting fire to the cottage of Jacob Kirton, at Bunbury. The Attorney General prosecuted and Mr. Landor was counsel for the prisoners. Jacob Kirton and his wife, on returning from Chapel at Bunbury on Sunday evening, April 10th, found their bed-curtains and counterpane on fire, and a lighted candle at the bed foot. On going to Chapel they had locked the door and fastened the windows, but on their return found that one of the latter had been opened by means of a chisel and knife; the knife having prised up the button. This was before 8 p.m. The prisoners were seen near the pre- mises after nine o'clock, and footmarks were found in the garden behind the house, which the poli...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 7 July 1864

[ADVERTISEMENT.] Holloway's Ointment and Pitts.-Sore Throats, Diptheria, and Bronchitis.-These medicaments boldly face the evite they profess to remedy : local relief and general purification progress together-^the diseased portion ia cured, the foul whole is cleansed. Holloway's Ointment, rubbed on the throat and chest, exercises the most beneficial influence over sore throats dip- theria, and cough, whether resulting from catarrh, asthma or bronchitis. This unguent acts miraculously in arresting the extension o'f sores, healing ulcérations, curing skin diseases, and compleüy stopping all destructive inflam- mation, irrespective of its exciting cause, cha- racter, situation, duration, or severity. Hol- loway's Ointment, aided by his Fills, gives most immediate and most marked relief to those irritating itchings and painful swellings of the shim occasioned by mercury or latent syphilitic virus. GTXT "H IS requested to com . VV . JJ« municate with the publisher of this paper. The add...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 7 July 1864

West Australian Times, Published every Thursday morning, and for- warded to every part of the colony, and the British dominions. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, payable in advance : Per quarter . 6s. Ditto, including postage . 6s. Single number. ... ... 6t?. Ditto, to Subscribers only . 4<L 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-ME. T. JEOKS. Yorh-MB. FEED. PABKEB. Northam-MB. P. MOBBELL. Toodyay-MB. J. A. WBOTH. Clumpim Bay-MESSES. SCOTT & GALE. Bunbury-MESSES. GREGG. Busselton-MB. G. J. GUERRIER. Agent in London-MR. FREDERIC ALGAE, 11, Clement's Lane, Lombard-street, London. CHARGES FOB ADVERTISEMENTS : For the first eight line3 ... 3s. 6d. Every additional line .2d. Each succeeding insertion, half-price. Advertisements will be inserted for three months upon special terms, at red...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 7 July 1864

Married. GREGORY-HARRIS-On the 30th March last, at St. Paul's Church, Hammersmith, by the Rev. James Cannell, M. A., HENRY CHURCH- MAN GREGORY, ESQ., of Queensland, to MARY, third daughter of the late Joseph Harris, Esq., J. P., Staff Surgeon, of the Colony of Western Australia. No cards.  

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The legislative Council. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1864. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 7 July 1864

The legislative Council. -; ^í.-. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1864. (Continued from our last.) The GOVERNOR said that the hon. member from Toodyay having requested that the con- sideration of the Branding Act should be de- ferred, the order of the day had been altered. He proposed the " Bul for the appropriation of a certain sum out of the General Revenue of the Colony for the year 1865" be read a second time. [Owing to press of matter, we are obliged to defer, until next week, the report of the dis- cussion on this BUL] When the Council went into Committee on the estimates, they were passed as read, the Colonial Secretary explaining the different items. No discussion took place, except on Eoads and Bridges, when Mr. Phillips com- plained of a part of the road he had noticed on coming from Toodyay. The GOVERNOR said it had been mentioned to him, and he had sent men up. MB. PHILLIPS had also seen the parties on the roads doing anything but their work. They required looking after. He would li...

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Our Chimney Hook. Tales for Country Readers. THE KING'S SOLDIER. Concluded. CHAPTER IV. THE KING'S WHIM. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 7 July 1864

êvtx $&itmu$ IA Tales for Country Headers. THE KING'S SOLDIER. Concluded. CHAPTER IV. THE KING'S WHIM. * THE next morning the young sergeant renewed his search. The city of Pots- dam is not remarkable either for its size or its population. In romances, lovers who are seeking each other do not meet until they have gone half the world round. Fritz was more fortunate ; he saw Clementina in the entresol of a large house. As he bowed to her, she retired without closing the window. Had she seen him?4he feared she had. But the secret instinct of his vanity made him immediately re- ject the idea of her seeking to avoid him. Williamson repeated his kwalks before the house where he had seen Clementina without success-as she did not {again appear. Some days after this, the king rode out on horseback, with some of his generals ; he was not far from the gates of Potsdam, when he saw on the road a woman whose extraordinary height ex- cited his attention. " Who is that giantess ?" asked he...

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West Australian Times. DISCITE JUSTITIAM, MONITI. Hear and be JUST. THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 7 July 1864

tet Qvßtxüim ®h\m. DISCITE JUSTITIAM, MONITI. Hear and be JUST. THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1864. AT the meeting of the Legislative Council on Wednesday, measures were brought forward, voted, and passed with such wondrous rapidity that honourable members from the country, unaccustomed to the whirl of business in a metropolis, lost their breath, and were quite unable to keep their wits going at the minis- terial pace. Whilst the practised orators of the Executive were introducing, expounding, and applauding their handiworks, manu- facturing laws as quickly and steadily as paper is produced from pulp, or sheaves of wheat are threshed out by a machine, the agricultural spirit, like "panting Time," " toiled after them in vain." MB. HAMERSLEY, who had intended to throw a little bomb-shell of his own manufacture into the midst of the debate, was himself thrown off his mental equilibrium by the hurry-skurry of the business, and remained on his seat aghast, quite unable, amid the babble of voices, to...

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York. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 July 1864

York. THE Governor has not yet stated his deter- mination as to the Bridge at Mr. Fleay3 s ; the question stands one for further consideration. His Excellency acceded to the wishes of the York Agricultural Society, expressed at meeting held in April last, and directions have been given with regard to cutting the timber. [Our correspondent not having stated to what the above alludes, we insert it solely because he says it will be "interesting to those to whom it refers."]

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 July 1864

[ADVERTISEMENT.] A Lady supposed to be on the point of death cured by Holloway's Ointment and Ptgfe.-Mrs. Doson, of Grundy Hill, Horwick, certifies, on »sz? February 2nd, 1863, that she was'literally covered with sores from head to foot, and that her case was so dangerous and malignant that her dearest friends dared scarcely touch her for fear she should die whilst under their hands. After every likely means of giving relief had been tried in vain, a believer in the efficacy of Holloway's remedies proposed the use of them, but was ridiculed for her pains. At length, however, these medicines were used, and to the surprise of herself and relatives, a decided amendment appeared, and perfect recovery en- sued. FOB SALE AVERT Superior New Suffolk COEN PRILL. Stock or Farm Produce will be taken in exchange. Apply to W. L. BROCKMAN. Herne Hill, April 17,1864. BILLS OF LADING- on sale at the Office of this Journal. ALL CUBES MADE EAST. Holloway's Ointment. Bad Legs, Ulcerous Sores, Bad Brea...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 July 1864

NOTICE. ALL parties indebted to the Estate of the late E. Willis, of the Greenough Flats, Stonemason, deceased, are re- quested to settle the same without delay ; and all parties claiming under this Estate are to make such claims on or before the 31st day of August next, or they will not be attended to. HENRY GRAY, Administrator for the Estate. Greenough Flats, July 8,1864. Cotton Seed. THE undersigned has for sale a quan- tity of acclimatized Cotton Seed, the growth of the present year on the Greenough Flats, consisting of Sea Island, New Orleans,, and Egyptian. Parties requiring it should make early application. HENRY GRAY, Greenough Flats. NOTICE. ALL Stock found trespassing upon Egoline, the property of the under- signed, will be dealt with according to Law. JOHN SEWELL, SEN. Egoline, July 12,1864. ITor Sale. FOUR or five pure MERINO RAMS, imported direct from England, per Lord Raglan, December, 1860, and care- fully selected from Mr. Sturgeon's pure Merino flocks. These Rams ar...

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Mail Notice. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 July 1864

Mail Notice. General Post Office, Perth, July 13, 1864. MAILS for transmission hy Contract Packet via King George's Sound, to Europe, India, Aus- tralian Colonies, &c, will close at the General Post Office, Perth, on Tuesday, the 26th insfc., at 10 a.m. Money Orders for transmission by the above conveyance will be issued up to 11 a.m. on Saturday, the 23rd instant. ' A. HELMICH, Postmaster-General.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 July 1864

Shipping Intelligence. July 6-Arabian, 24 tons, Hannam, master, from Vasse. Cargo-489 pieces and l8 loads timber. 12-Flying Foam, 34 tons, Cooper, master, from Champion Bay. Cargo-30 bags flour and sundries. DEPARTURES. July 7-Albert, 24 tons, Leask, master, for King George's Sound. Passengers-10 pri- soners, 2 warders, and families. Cargo-30 bags flour and Government stores. 0-Arabian, 24 tons, Hanham, master, for the Vasse. Passengera-Mr. and Mrs. Bell. Cargo-1 qr.-cask and 6 cases brandy, 1 case tobacco (under bond), 45 bags sugar, 10 ^-chests tea, 30 boxes soap, and sundries. Same day-Wild Wave, 28 tons, Cross. master, for Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers Mary Moriarty and Ann Greaves. Cargo-1 qr.-cask brandy, 10 cases do., 7 do. gin, 2 qr. casks port wine (under bond), and 82 pkgs. sundries. Same day-Dispatch, 254 tons, Captain McArthur, for Hong Kong, via, Champion Bay. Passengers for Champion Bay-The Lord Bishop and Mr. L. Bayly. Cargo-100 tons sandalwood. IN HARBOUR. Stmthnwre....

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Greenough Flats. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 July 1864

Greenough Flats. (From our own Correspondent.) NEARLY all the month of June was favourable to the corn-growers for ploughing and sowing. The dry weather of the previous month created so much unfavourable excitement that many of the farmers sowed on the previous year's stubble, harrowing in the seed without ploughing. The want of early rains causes the crops, in point of growth, to be about 2 months later than this time last year. The works at the Greenough Bridge by the convict road party proceed satisfactory, so far as durability is concerned, but the reverse in regard to its speedy termination, owing to the few men engaged thereon. The roads are as bad as they can possibly be, many parts, for a considerable length, being a sheet of water, affording pleasure to flocks of ducks until the sportsman closes it by their destruction. A man named Palmer was found on Mrs. Connolly's farm, in a hut, severely wounded by a gun-shot wound in the belly, which he said had been inflicted on 1st J...

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West Australian Times. DISCITE JUSTITIAM, MONITI. Hear and be JUST. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 July 1864

Uü %n$tx\üxm ®inws. DISCITE JUSTITIAM, MONITI. Hear and be JUST. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1864. THE labours of the Legislative Council for 1864 were brought to a happy conclusion on Monday last, after a sitting of nearly four days. The first was occupied with the GOVERNOR'S opening speech, and mutual felicitations; after which the party adjourned to Government House, where the first day's sitting was con- cluded in the happiest manner. A week's rest having been accorded to the members, the Council did not meet again until the following Wednesday, when MB. HARDEY opened the business of the day with a complimentary speech to the GOVERNOR, with which we have no fault to find, nor, indeed, had any of the honourable members. ME. SAMSON followed suit, and His EXCELLENCY expressed his acknowledgements ; after which courteous in- terchanges of amenities the Assembly set to work in earnest, and passed a baker's dozen of Bills through their second reading. As we have not been able to discover any t...

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The Legislative Council. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 July 1864

The Ledslatiye Council The following is the discussion (which wo were obliged to omit last week) on the "Bill for the appropriation of a certain sum out of the general Revenue of the Colony for the year 1865": The COLONIAL SECRETARY, in seconding the motion, said he could only support Bus Excel- lency's remarks in the Address. The financial prospects of the Colony were mending. There Lad been an improvement in the Revenue ; the returns for this year being better than those of the last, and there was every prospect of an increase. Much had been said about depression in commercial affairs, and a want of means in the employment of labour. Noone, looking at the statistics of the Colony-which bore out his statement that there had been an increase in Revenue, in the number of acres under cul- tivation, in cattle, stock, and tonnage,-could say there was any cause for the fears that had been expressed. The Colony was in a healthy, sound condition. The Revenue for 1863 ex- ceeded that receiv...

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Champion Bay. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 July 1864

Champion Bay. THE Bride had delivered a quantity of foreign timber in large baulks for the use of the Fortune Mine. Strange that, with a largo ticket-of-leave population, and any quantity of the finest timber in all directions, we cannot compete in price with merchants, who first import timber to 'London from America or the Baltic and then ship it to Western Australia ! The Victoria Agricultural Society having been for some months past in a languishing state, it was determined that efforts should bo made to place it on a more permanent footing and to increase its usefulness as a public Society. A Meeting was therefore called for the 31st May, which was holden in the Mechanics' Hall, Geraldton; the following members being pre- sent : Messrs. J. H. DuBoulay, C. Von Bibra, D. H. Scott, J. S. Davis, S. Sewell, W. M. Parker, R. Bell, J. Smith, John Wilton, L. C. Burges,:W. Gale, and C. H. Elliot. The follow- ing Visitors were also present: L. J. Bayly, Esq., and Messrs. H. Gray, J. S. Ma...

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Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian Times — 14 July 1864

Supreme Court CRIMINAL SITTINGS.   (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.)   3 THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1864. Thomas Newman and Richard Perkins, charged with breaking into the house of James Ward, at Black Pool, York, and stealing therefrom two sacks of wheat, a cart chain, some pots and pans, and a spade, on 16th April last. Mr. Landor was counsel for Newman. James Ward proved that he left his house at the latter end of March carefully locked, and the shutters fastened. On returning about 18th April found it broken open and things taken out of it. The articles now produced were inside the house when he left it. The spade has his initials on it. Swears to the chain by a particular link. Cross-examined by Mr. Landor-The spade was not in the house when he locked up. Can swear to the tea-pots and pans ; no particular mark on them. On returning to the house about 18th April found it broken open and the things gone. Mr. Arthur Hicks-Purchased all the articles in the hous...

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