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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 19 January 1875

lui Mkm %wtxüim fees. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY^^ The death of Mr. E. Birch has left one seat in our Legislative Council for Perth vacant and, in view, as we suppose, of the importance of the issue before the representatives of the people, at the next meeting of Council, the writ for the election of a new member has been issued, as appears fiom an advertisement in our columns to-day, as from another we find that Mr. E. A. Stone, offers himself for election. We cannot suppose that he will be permitted to walk over the course, but think it probable that some one may be put forward to represent those opinions, in respect of Responsible Go- vernment, which Mr. Birch, as well as his colleague Mr. Leake, supported. There is not perhaps time to obtain a fair and full declaration of the opinions of the majority of the electors of Perth on the present occasion, and yet it is most earnestly to be desired, and we therefore commend to the electors the duty which is before them of going to ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 19 January 1875

IMPORTANT NOTICE. Cheap Printing! Cheap Printing ! ! ! rodwell & mcpherson, Printers, Bookbinders, and Paper Rulers, RESPECTFULLY tender their thanks to the public, for the steady sup port they have given them since they first started business, and now beg to state that, having received a quantity of printing material, &c, from England, they are prepared to execute all orders for printing of every description, at greatly reduced prices, in their usual workmanlike style. All orders punctually attended to, and % specimens of their work forwarded on application. N.B.-Please note the address-Rod- well and McPherson, Printers, Book- binders, and Paper Rulers, High Street, Fremantle, next the Bank,-Where you can get get cheap Bill Heads, cheap Circulars, cheap Bills of Lading, cheap Cards, cheap Boat Notes, cheap Delivery Notes, &c, &c, &Q. SEALED TENDERS will be received at this Office until noon on Monday, the 8th February next, for the supply, in...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 19 January 1875

City Council. [.VfOTICE is hereby given, that a Eate IN of 5 per cent, has been declared [upon all Eateable Property within the Municipality of Perth for the year 1875, [and that the 1st instalment will be due Ion the 31st of January, 1875, and will be in course of collection after that date ; and the 2nd instalment after the 31 st July next. The Eate Book will be open for inspection in the City Council Chamber at the Town Hall daily (Sundays ex cepted,) but any objection having refer- ence to the rating of property must be made in writing to the Chairman on or before the 31st January next, after which date no appeal will be noticed. G. SANDELL, Chairman. Perth, Dec. 11,1874. Pertlt City Council, Bush Licenses, 1875. HAVING leased the DUES arising from the unoccupied Crown Lands under the jurisdiction of the City Coun- cil for the year 1875, including Perth Proper and South Perth, I hereby notify that any person or persons discovered thereon CUTTING FIEEWOOD, SAWING TIMBEE, QUARRYIN...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 19 January 1875

Wednesday, 20th Jonuary, 1875. li o'clock. Harness, Saddles, Paperhangings, Whiting, Bath Brick, Butter, Rice, Sulphuric Acid, Mustard, Chalk, Pamice Stone, Glue, Four, Barley, &c, &c. Alexander Cumming & Co. Have received instructions to sell by Public Auction, on Wednesday next, the 20th inst, at the Auction Mart at 11 o'clock, A QUANTITY of merchandise to close consignments, which must be sold before the departure of the out-going mail. Terms liberal at time of sale.

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PERTH POLICE COURT. (Before E. W. Landor, Esq., P.M., and George Glyde, Esq., J.P.) THE POLICE AND THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 January 1875

PERTH POLICE COURT. (Before E. W. Landor, Esq., P.M., and George Glyde, Esq., J.P.) . " . THE POLICE AND THE PUBLIC. Mr. Scollard, a well-known storekeeper, car- rying on business in Barrack Street, was charged at the above Court on Wednesday, with disorderly conduct on the occasion of the pubiic reception of His Excellency Governor Robinson, Mr. Howell appeared on behalf of the ac- cused. Police Constable McAtee, who laid the infor- mation, said in reply to interrogation frooi the Bench : I was on duty in Howick Street, out- side the Town Hall, on the day of the recep- tion to Governor Robinson, being engaged in keeping the crowd back and a clear passage for the procession. Mr. Scollard came up and made an attempt to force the passage and to cross over to the Town Hall. My orders were to allow no one to pass through, and I told Mr. Scollard this. He replied, "I'm d-d if I don't cross, in spite of you ; all the police are pushing me back like a common man," and he persisted in attem...

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RITUALISM. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 January 1875

EITUALISM. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-My name would add nothing to th© * importance of what I write, and I venture to think is not called for by the tenor of your " Notice to Correspondents." If I am wrong, surely your notice should state that ts no cor- respondence will be admitted without the name and address of the correspondent," I daresay you, as well as myself, find the advant- age of writing incog. I suppose you will refuse admission to this letter, but nevertheless I shall trouble you with a few words. Possibly those who have kept themselves out of the vortex of ritualism, and who view its work only through the sense of the English press-who have never worked with or in it, either as laymen or clerics-are hardly the best judges of its character or effect. I do not wish to indulge ia a Tv, quoque, or I might remind you " that assertions may be easily made which may not be so easily proved," as when you assert that " Anglicanism has been a bye-road to Bomanism." The Tracts for the Ti...

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HOW A DEMOCRACY CAN EDUCATE ITSELF. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 January 1875

HOW A DEMOCRACY CAN EDU- CATE ITSELF. The Canton of Zurich is affiieted with an impossible Constitution,-impossible, that is to say, according to all approved theories of political and economic science. It has so little respect for the sanctities of representative government, that no law passed by its Assembly can take effect until confirmed by the# people at large. It has gone so far in the practice of what the French would call a " sub- versive" political economy, that for nearly forty years it has substituted for all other imposts a progressive income and property-tax. It seems to stand tims, as it were, transfixed upon those " rocks ahead" of which our native Cas- sandra has lately been prophesying to us. Strange to say, it has not yet gone to pieces on its rocks, but on the contrary, seems to fare very well upon them. Al- though much of its soil is not under culture, and its arable land supplies but a very small portion of its consumption in cereals, its population is proportio...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 January 1875

WANTED, TWO or THEEE good men as Garde ners. Apply to FEANK JOÖNSTON. Barndon Hill, 21 Jan., 1875. THE M.K.Y. Band will perform the follow- ing programme of music in the public" garden this evening, at 8 p.m. 1-March ... Opera Lurline ... Bryan 2-Quadrille...Les Pompier de France Biviere 3-Selection...Opera Lucia de Lammermoor Donizetti 4-Polka ...Kitty (new); composed by Bryan 5-Waltzes ... Ada . Vincent 6-Song ... The Queen . Broal 7-Galop ... Eailroad . Jullien God Save the Queen. THOMAS BEYAN, Bandmaster.

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 January 1875

e Hartem ättstoüau Firnes. SOLTTM NON MUTAT GENUS. FEIDAY, JANÜABY 22, 1875. THE political contest, now going on in this city, has assumed an importance which we did not anticipate at its com- mencement, from the introduction of a new element. The electors have now to consider not only whether they will vote for or against the immediate adoption of Responsible Government, but what they desire to do for the future support of religious instruction and public worship in this colony. Mr. RANDELL appears as the advocate of the discontinuance of of all state aid for these purposes, and the acloption, pure, and simple, of the voluntary system. For ourselves we do not hesitate to say that, in a country with a population so small and so scattered as that of this colony, such a course would be suicidal. Even under the exist- ing conditions which are unusually favourable, many outlying districts are sadly deficient in these respects, some altogether without either. In the centres of population...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 January 1875

|3> 1) í p n í u s intelligence. AßKIVALS. FREMANTLE. Jan. l8.-Georgette, s.s., 211 tong, Gordon McKinnon. from Champion Bay, Passengers -Mrs. Gale, Masters Gale (2), E. Horton and »vife, Mrs. Keadhead and family (3), Mrs. Blight, T. Buckingham, and a native. Cargo -£ tierce tobacco (under bond,), 64 bags barley, 47 do, wheat 27 trusses hay, 8 wheels, and 1 :)kg. Same day.-May, 28 tons, Mafcauls, from Irwin River. Passenger-Mr, E. Gibbs. Cargo -198 bags wheat, 2Ü bags barley, 1 bale oats, and 3 hides. Jan. 20.-Gem, 52 tons, English, master, from Vasse and Bunbury. Passengers-J. G. Lee Steere, J. Thompson, T. Spencer. Cargo -26 loads timber, 4 tons potatoes, 8 kegs butter, 25 hides. SAILED. Jan. l8.-Nile, brig, 164 tons J. A. Walker, for Adelaide, via Vasse. Passengers-in cabin ; Mrs. Walker ; and 5 in the steerage. Cargo for Vasse-24 bags barley. Jan. 20.-May, 27 tons, H. Makaub, mas- ter, for Irwin Eiver. Cargo-2 qr.-casks jnmdy, 3 cases gin, 500 posts, 50 planks, and sundries. ...

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TOODYAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 January 1875

TOODYAY. A sufficient quantity of corn is now in to enable something like a judgment to be formed of this season's yield. In the main it may be considered a fair average, although the wheat does not make as good a return as was expected, from ap- pearances. A few showers two or three weeks before cutting would have made all the difference. Of horse-corn I will not say much at present. The return of crops collected annually by the Govern- ment are not yet got in ; it being the in- tention to defer them until some time next month, when more reliable infor- mation can be obtained than at the end of December. At present the price of wheat is low, not more than four shil- lings being, I understand, given. This is far from encouraging to the grower, and I do not see the prospect of any con- siderable rise with the large quantity of flour in our mills, and the reports of abundant crops in the other colonies. On Saturday last, the 16th instant, a preliminary meeting was held in New- castle ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 January 1875

TO COEEESPONDENTS. We cannot insert any correspondence for which we should be unwilling to assume the usual editorial responsibilities, nor any state- ment of facts, without the name and condition of the writer are known to us. We cannot undertake to return rejected communications or to assign any reason for non-insertion.

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MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 January 1875

MAIL NOTICE. Mails for transmission by Coasting Mail Steamer for Europe, India, Cape of Good Hope &c. ; the Australian Colonies, New Zealand, and Tasmania will close as under : At Geraldton, Champion Bay, on Saturday, January 23rd, at 5 p.m. At the General Post Office, Perth, on Tues- day, January 26th, at 11 a.m. At Fremantle, on Tuesday, Jan. 26th, at 2 p.m. ? At Bunbury, on Wednesday, Jan. 27th, at 9 a.m. At Busselton, on Wednesday, Jan. 27th, at 2 p.m. At the General Post Office, Perth :-Money Orders for transmission " by the above convey- ance will be issued on the United Kingdoms, the Australian Colonies, New Zealand and Tasmania, up to 11 a.m. on Monday, the 25th January. Letters for Kegistration must be posted one hour before the closing of the Mails, Late Letters, on payment of a fee of Cd., may be posted one hour before the closing of the Mails. We print the accompanying letter from a correspondent signing Audi alteram pdrt&m because on reconsideration, we ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 January 1875

To the Electors of Perth. GENTLEMEN,-For the information of such of my supporters as are members of the Church of England, I beg to state that there is no foundation for a statement put forth by Mr. E. A. Stone, that I should seek to withdraw the graut-in-aid for religion, With my late friend « Mr. E. Birch, I consider the arrangement already, arrived at in the Legislative Council a fair and equitable one, and I should * certainly not lend myself to any scheme for its disturbance. The statement referred to will be under- stood, I think, as a mere trick to gain votes, and will result in more harm to Mr. Stone than myself, inasmuch as it tends to exhibit the weakness of his cause, for the question of religious aid is not before the couutry, nor likely to be. It is not my intention to issue or allow any placards of this character, being desirous to leave the issue between us to your honest, unbiassed judgment. I certainly should be sorry to force myself upon your notice, and should you...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 January 1875

City Council. NOTICE is hereby given, that a Rate of 5 per cent, has been declared [upon all Rateable Property within the Municipality of Perth ior the year 1875, and that the 1st instalment will be due on ihe 31st of January, 1875, and will be in course of collection after that date ; and the 2nd instalment alter the 31 st July next. The Rate Book will be open for inspection in the City Council Chamber at the Town Hall daily (Sundays ex cepted,) but any objection having* reler ence to the rating of property must be aiaüe in writing to the Chairman jn or before the 31st January next, after which date no appeal will be noticed. G. RANDELL, Chairman. Perth, Dec. 11,1874. ~ Perth City Council, Bush Licenses, 1875. HAVING leased the DUES arising from the unoccupied Crown Lands under the jurisdiction of the City Coun- cil for the year 1^75, including Perth Proper and ¡South Perth, I hereby notify that any person or persons discovered thereon CUTTING FIREWOOD, SAWING TIMBER, QUARRYING STO...

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REACTION IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 January 1875

EEACTION IN THE UNITED STATES. The wave of Conservative reaction has reached America, and bat for the pecu- liar structure of the Constitution, would have overwhelmed the Government of President Grant as completely as the election of 1874 overwhelmed Mr. Glad- stone's Ministry. The " Fall elections," as they are termed, have ended, and have revealed the utter discontent of the ma- jority in almost all sections of the Union with the Eepublican party, its agents, and their policy. In the South, the De- mocrats have carried a majority in every State except South Carolina, where the Negroes have an immovable preponde- rance, and in many instances have re- turned no Republicans at all,-Kentucky, for esample, Texas, Georgia, and Tennessee returning 34 Democrats to 1 of the ruling party. In New York State, the Governor and all. the leading officials are Democrats, and 22 out of 33 Con- gressmen j in New "Xork City, Tammany Hall lias recovered its ascendancy and a majority of 40,000; and in...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 January 1875

Local and General   LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.-The ^adjourned session of the Legislative Council will be opened to-day (Friday). Hon. members will assemble in the Council Chamber at six o'clock in the afternoon. As the views held by Her Majesty's Government on the constitutional question at ! issue, will be laid before the Council, much in- ¡ terest is attached to the sitting, and there is likely to be an unusually large number of spec- tators. Those who are desirous of obtaining admission into the Council Chamber will do well to make it a point to attend early. A POLICEMAN SHOT DEAD.-News reached Perth a few days ago that a polic-constable named Armstrong, recently stationed in this town, and well-known as a quiet, inoffensive young man, had been shot dead by a native between the Williams and Kojonup, on the Albany Road. It appears that the constable was in pursuit of the native, for whose appre- hension a warrant had been issued, on a charge of murdering another aborigine. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 January 1875

¿Sfitppiii ». ». "GEOHOETTß" SAILS from Champion Bay every 4th MONDAY, under contract with the Government, to convey English and Co- lonial mails to and from Albany. Pas- sengers will please note the postal time- tables, for the departure of the boat from the different ports. CONNOR & MCKAY. August 8,1874. For Port Walcott. rPHE schooner 1 MARY ANN, having been thoroughly re _(paired, has been chartered to sail on or about the 15th January. For freight or passage, apply to CHARLES GALLOP, Bannister Street, Fremantle. Fremantle, 4th January, 1875. Auctions. Important ¡S«jle a^t Wood- bridge, Guildford. G. F. WILKINSON & Co. HAVE been favored with instructions to sell by auction at Woodbridge Farm, Guildford, on THURSDAY, the 28th January, 1875, at 11 o'clock a.in., pre eisely, the following very valuable Plant, Stock, &c, &c, &c, viz. : HOUSEHOLD Furniture, Kitchen and Dairv Utensils, &c. £orses,~(Cart and Saddle.) Milch Cows, and othev...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 January 1875

BOARD OF SURVEY, FREMANTLE, W. A. UNDER THE OFFICAL SANCTION OF H, E, THE GOVERNOR AND THE EXPRESS RECOGNITION OF LLOYDS, The Merchant-Shipping and Un- derwriters' Association, THE SOUTHERN INSURANCE COMPANY (LIMITED), AND THE Australian Alliance Assurance Company of Melbourne. OFFICE : CLIFF STREET, FREMANTLE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth Sth September, 1874. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased officially to recognise the following Board, which has been formed in the interests of the Insurers, for the purpose of surveying vessels and goods (afloat and ashore) and certifying to all facts in connection with damages, stow- age, dunnage, accidents, repairs, and seaworthiness^ : THE AGENT TO LLOYD'S, Chairman and Surveyor. MR. M. SAMSON, Surveyor and Valua- tor. MR. W. OWSTON, Master Mariner, Shipwright, and Marine Surveyor. MR. JOHN THOMAS, Master Mariner, and Marine Surveyor. FEED. P. BAELEE. Colonial Secretary. »i » LLOYDS, E.G., October 28th, 1874 To MESSRS. BICKLEY &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 22 January 1875

JL ^»X 1 4 _X 'J1 .N»'ll\ ill. Cheap Pfi<uiii$! Clieap Piint ililli! RODWELL & MCPHERSON,   Printers, Bookbinders, and Paper Rulers, RESPECTFULLY tender their thanks to the public, for the steady sup- port they have given them since they first started business, and now beg to state that, having received a quantity of printing material, &c, from England, they are prepared to execute all orders for printing of every description, at greatly reduced prices, in their usual workmanlike style. Ali orders punctually attended to, and specimens of their work forwarded on application. .N.B.- Please note the address-ROD- WELL AND MCPHERSON, Printers, Book binders, and Paper Uulers, High Street. Fremantle, next the Bank, where yoi* can get cheap Bill Heads, chea; Circulars, cheap Bills of Lnf"iig. «-ho, j Cards, cheap Boat Note*, jheap Delivery Notes, <fcc, «fee, &e SEALED TENDERS will be received at his Office until noon on Monuay. the ...

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