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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 31 July 1874

ffibe (lestent lustralwit ©imes. SÓLITO NON MOTAT GENUS. FEIDAY, JU^Y 31, 1874. In the Legislative Council yesterday The SPEAKER took the chair at noon. The COLONIAL SECRETARY intimated that at the next sitting of the Counsil he would move for leave to introduce a hill to amend the Con- stitution. Mr. .BICKLEY moved-That in the opinion of this honorable Council it is expedient to inquire how lar the arrangements entered into with the owners of the steamer Georgette hi ve proved conducive to the ends'proposed, and also in how tar the contract has been carried out with that efficiency and bona fidts which should be morally binding on the contractors. Tlie COLONIAL ¡SECRETAKY read extracts from correspondence that had passed between the G'veinment and the owneis ot the Georgette îelative to breach of contract committed duuny last trip Iroui Albany, and the motion, was withdrawn. The COLONIAL SHCRFTARY moved, in accor- dance with notice-That the request made in the letter to the Colonia...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, JULY 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 31 July 1874

LEGISUTIVK COUNCIL FRIDAY, JULY 24. \ The SPEAKER took the chair at six o'clock. MEDICAL OFFICER AT THE MURRAY. Mr. HAMERSLEY moved that an humble petition be presented to His Excellency the Governor praying that the sum of Í100 * be placed on the Estimates as salary foti, the medical officer at the Murray, instead " of £50 as at present. The consideration of the motion waa postponed until the Estimates come on for discussion. PERTH CITY COUNCIL BILL. The COLONIAL SECRETARY went into committee on this bill, which empowers the City Council to construct a drain or con- duit from Lake Kingsford to Claisebrook, and, for that purpose, to enter upon any land, to remove soil, or other material, to view, inspect, and repair the drain, and to purchase land by mutual agreement. Clauses 1 and 2 were adopted without discussion. Clause 3-" Where any land is required for the purposes of this Act, the Council are hereby empowered to agree with the owner or ownprs of such land for the v absolute pu...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 31 July 1874

Singapore Direct, rpHB well-known clipper " FORMOSA," A 1, 381 tons register, W. _T. QUAYLE, commander (under engagement to return here from Ja«a),*will sail for Singapore direct early in September, and will have room for a limited quantity of sandalwood and,, live stock j abo for passengers. Apply to ~ BICKLEY & CO., Agents. Tile Southern Insurance Company (Limited.) CAPITAL JONE MILLION STERLING. Head OJice-MELBOURNE. Branch Offices-LONDON and SYDNEY MARINE risks on every description of insurable interest undertaken, and losses payable at any of the Offices or Agencies of the Company. BICKLEY & CO., Agents, Fremantle. Queen Insurance Company FIRE AND LIFE. CHIEF OFFICES : LIVERPOOL. HEAD OFFICE IN AUSTRALIA: Queen Insurance Buildings MELBOURNE. 4 CAPITAL-2,000,000 STERLING. Agents in Western Australia, BICKLEY & CO., Fremantle. THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN REMEDIES, which no one should be without, enjoy great popularity in Victoria. One trial invariably commands pr...

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Latest Foreign Telegrams. London, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 31 July 1874

Latest Foreign Telegrams. London, June 22i The House of Lords has passed the Judtca tare Bill. M. Henri Rochefort has arrived in Ireland,' and has been received with hostility in' bo'h Cork and Dublin. The Agricultural Union has resolved apon adopting A vigorous course of action in order to' defeat the lock-out by the farmers, and has in« vited Mr. Arch to take oat labourers to Canada. In the House of Commons, Mr. Plimsoll» Merchant Shipping Survey Bill was defeated on the second reading by 173 to 170. The Government opposed the measure, stating that the Royal Commissioners' report was signed, and would be distributed sho'tly. The Coin» mission deprecates any extension of official xU'Veys or legislative regulations, but arguée for the preservation of the full responsibility of the shipowners, masters, and crews, by invi« goratin : the Marine department, and impro- ving the system ol investigation into casualties. The commissioners condemn the existing ays« ipm oi marine Insurance, a...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JULY 23RD. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 31 July 1874

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL THURSDAY; JULY ? -* /," w» The SPEAKER took the chair at noon. ''       FLOATING DOCK AT FREMANTLE.         ? The COLONIAL SECRETARY, in accordance with notice, moved that' the memorial from Messrs. Bateman and others,' respecting the construction of a Floating, Dock ,at Fremantle be ¿considered in a committee of the whole House. The projectors are .prepared to con- struct s dock capable of accomodating a vessel of 1000 tons bnrthen-and, if deemed expe- dient, vessels of larger tonnage such as the mail steamers-conditionally that the Govern- ment guarantee an annual net profit of 8 per cent for fifteen years, and that the necessary material for constructing the same be imported free of customs duty, the work to be completed within ,18 months to the satisfaction of the Government, who, during the period of the, guarantee, shall have the power to regulate'the dock charges. He...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 31 July 1874

-O IMPORTANT SALE BY AUCTION, The Wreck of the -Contest." 0Ä THURSDAY NEXT, AUGUST 4 ' - 6TH, at 12 o'clock, v. ,* Messrs. L. Samson & Son (GOVERNMENT AUCTIONEERS) HAYE^ received instructions to sell by auction, on the Platform at the South Jetty, Fremantle, on Thursday next, August 6th, at 12 o'clock sharp", flMiE wreck of the British barque ^X _ «'CONTEST," Captain Allen, 302 ~tons/*now lying ott the Rockingham vheach, near the R. B. Timber Company's ^Jetty^, together with all hei sails, anchors, chinns/boats,~ gear, furniture, atores, &c.v, &c, &o. Most of the sails, anchors, chains, &c'., will be sold in separate lots?, ano^ the HULL will be put up with all that is left in it at time of sale, including a quantity of COAL. The wiie rigg>ng, masts, and sails are all new, the vessel having been thoroughly refitted in^Qctober Jost, as well as newly copper ed. TERMS AT TIME OF SALE. ' ' Sale to commenee at 12 o'clock precisely. , ?11Y DRAINA...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 August 1874

For Singapore Direct, well-known clipper " FORMOSA," A 1, 381 tons register, W. T. QUAYLE, commander (under engagement to return here from Java), will sail for Singapore direct early in September, and will have room for a limited quantity of sandalwood and live stock ; abo for passengers. Apply to BICKLEY & CO., Agents. IMPOUNDED at Stanton Spring, a black entire horse, branded like ^ on near shoulder, about 14 bandi high, five years old, broken iron hobbles on, near hind foot a little white. If not claimed will be sold on the 22nd August next. E. J. SEWELL, Poundkeeper. Stanton Spring, July 23rd, 1874. [8s. BROUGHT in off my run with my cattle, and now in my yard, one red and white heifer, about 3 years old ; no brand or mark visible. Also one red heifer, small star in forehead, white under belly ; no brand or mark visible ; about 3 years old; supposed to be the progeny of my own cows. Any person showing a better claim to them can have them by paying all expenses. CHAS. MOR...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 August 1874

To the Queen and Royal"gamitó. ¿f£ To H.R.H the* Prince of'V&tâÇ$èffî& Appointment) ^ *.'^ / ,$$ ~^ And'to several Indian' Potentates/ ^ir Foreign Governments, and-" Railwajr Companies. t , » K' T" Established 1749. ' ' - w J. W. BENSON, WATCH AND CLOCK, MAKER, GOLDSMITH, SILVERSMITH, AND. ARTISTIC METAL WORKER. PRIZE MEDALIST OP TB-E LONDON, DUB- LIN, AND PARIS EXHIBITIONS. Maker of the Chronograph by which the Derby and all other Races and Great Events of the Day are timed. MANUFACTORY AND CITY HOUSE-58 & 60, LUDGATE HILL. WEST END ESTABLISHMENTS-25 OLD BOND STREET, AND 99, WEST- BOURNE GROVE, LONDON. MERCHANTS, SHIPPERS, AND WHOLESALE BUYERS are specially invited (before sending their orders else- where) to obtain from the Manufactory the ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE of WATCHES, CLOCKS,CHAINS, JEW- ELLERY, and ELECTRO-PLATE, which are sent post free, as not only are the discounts liberal, but a selection can be made from the largest stock in the world. Orders can...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL THURSDAY, JULY 30. The SPEAKER took the chair at noon. THE GEORGETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 August 1874

ïîËGISLATITE COUNCIL THUßSDAY, JULY 30. The SPEAKER took the chair at noon. THE GEORGETTE. Mr. BICKLEY in accordance with notice, moved.-That in the opinion of this honor able Council it is expedient to inquire how far the arrangement entered into with the owners of the steamer Georgette Save proved conducive to the ends proposed, and also in how far the contract has been carried out with that effic- iency and bona fides which should be morally binding on the contractors. The COLONIAL SECRETARY read extracts from correspondence that had passed between the Government and the owners of the Georgette relative to breach of contract committed during last trip lrom Albany ; and the action taken by the Executive in the matter being deemed satisfactorily, the motion was withdrawn. CABLE TELEGRAPHY. The COLONIAL SECRETARY moved, in accor- dance with notice-That the request made in the letter to the Colonial Secretary, dated 9th June, 1874, from Messrs. Siemens, Brothers, for an exclusive rig...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 August 1874

BROUGHT in from the poison, and now in my paddock,-One EED COW, with, a notch on the near ear and slit on off ; branded something like J on near ribs and B on near rump ; and some other letter J before the B, which is in- distinct. ALSO,-One WHITE COW, with red about the fore quarters ; no brand visible. I If not claimed within the time allowed by law, will be sold to pay expenses. S. W. VIVEASH, Swan, July 13, 1874. [9s. 6d. FOUND on the Moore River, and now in my paddock, one strawberry cow, about five years old ; she has a slit in one ear, but no brand visible. If not claimed within the time allowed, she will be sold. H. BROCKMAN. Cheriton, Gingin, July 3, 1874 [7s. Notice to Trespassers, ON and after this date all stock found trespassing on the Maddington, Cheemers, Burvey, and Bannister Runs will be dealt wtth as the law directs. JOSEPH HARRIS, Canning. July 23,1874. BROUGHT in with my mare, and now in my yard, a dark-bay mare, aged," black points, collar-marked ; branded on th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 August 1874

For Singapore Direct, well-known clipper " FOKMOSA," 381 tons register, W. _ QUAYLE, commander (under engagement to return liere from Java), will sail for Singapore direct early in September, and will have room for a limited quantity of sandalwood and live stock ; also for passengers. Apply to BICKLEY & CO., Agents.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 August 1874

S.S. GEORGETTE .-This steamer, having returned from Adelaide, will recommence running up and down the coast of this colony from present date. Her arrival at, and departure from, tbe ports of Champion Bay, Fremantle, Bunbury, Busselton, and Albany, will be in accordance with arrival and departure of English and Colo- nial mail steamers. Ko cargo whatever will for the future be put on board, or de- livered from-the s.s. Georgette, without an order from the agents to the purser. SCALE OF SALOON AND STEERAGE RATES. < « < O fi 3 ta I PQ o S » 09 09 m -4 < PQ CHAMPION BAY £ïïïï.|g» d. 0 6 £ s. 3 0 2 0 d. 0 0 £ s. 4 10 3 0 d. j je s. 0 5 0 0 S 3 10 d. 0 0 £ s. d. 7 10 0 5 10 0 i> s. d, DONGABBA SALOON f - STPERAGE I - 3 0 2 0 0 0 4 10 3 0 0 0 5 0 3 10 0 0 7 10 0 5 10 0 0 10 6 0 7 6 FREMANTLE SALOON í 3 0 STEEBAGIÎ (2 0 0 0 - 1 10 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 5 0 0 5 5 0 3 15 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 BUNBURY SALOON S 4 10 STEERAGE j 3 0 0 0 1 10 1 0 0 0 - 0 6 0 4 0 0 4 5 0 3 0 0 4...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 August 1874

CITY DRAINAGE. TENDERS are invited by the City Council,.up to- .7 o'clock p.m., on FRIDAY; the 14th of-August proximo, for the undermentioned materials and labor, reottired for the construction of a BARREL' DRAIN in Wellington and other streets : 1st. For the supply (at such places as may be directed) of 210,000 sound, hard, BURNT BRICKS. 2nd. For the supply of 1000 Bushels of best LIME. 3rd. For the excavators' and masons' labor required in the construction -of the drain. Tenders for the latter service may be either a lump sum or at the yard run. Plans, specifications, and full parti- culars can be obtained from the Super- visor, at the Town Hall, daily, from 3 to 4 o'clock, p.m. - The Council will require sureties, and do not biud themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. G. RANDELL, Chairman City Council. Perth, July 15; 1«74. Perth. City Council. NOTICE. TENDERS will.be received by the Perth City Council at the Town Hall on Friday, August 7th,*'up to 7 p.m., for the GRUBBIN...

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RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 August 1874

RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT. I PUBLIC, MEETING IN THE TOWN HALL. In accordance with a requisition signed by a numbul'bi citizens, a public meeting, convened by Mr. Deputy Sheriff Knight, was held in the Town Hall on Wednes- day, at noon, to consider the propriety of memorialising the Legislative Council to postpone the consideration <>f the Consti- tution Bill, in o»-der that the public might have an opportunity of expressing tbeir opinion on the provisions of the measure. The chair, on the motion of Mr. Katvlell which was seconded by Mr. S. S. Parker, of York, was occupied by the,Deputy Sheriff. There were about 100 persons present. The CHAIRMAN having expressed a hope that the proceedings would be characterised by that order, decorum, j and propriety of feeling which the grave . importance of the subject under consider- ation demanded, invited those who were desirous of addressing the meeting to ascend the platform, and a number of gentlemen responded to the invitation. M...

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THE MAN WITH TWO WIVES. (Pall Mall Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 August 1874

THE MAN WITH TWO WIVES. {Pall Mall Gazette.) A. DRAMA ot essentially domestic in- terest, in which the comedy element is not wanting, and which has been more than once on the point of turning to tragedy, is now in course of performance at the little town of San Bernadino, in California. News had already reached England of a difficulty in which an Eng- lishman named OADES was placed through finding himself unexpectedly the husband of two .vives ; and time, by which so many difficulties are solved, seems on this one to have had quite a contrary effect. Legal proceedings of the most varied kind have been taken against the offender, moral and religious arguments have been addressed to him, he has been threatened with capital punishment at the hands of the outraged community ; but all in vain. He remains the bus band of a lady who became his wife eight years ago in New Zealand, when he lost sight of her in a fire, kindled by the Maoris, which destroyed his house and apparently all it con...

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Dissolution of the Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 August 1874

Dissolution of the Council. The following is the text of the speech delivered by His Excellency the Governor in dissolving the Legislative Council on Thursday : Mr. Speaker and Honorable Gentle- men,-I have come down to your honor- able House to close a session which will for ever be memorable in the history of this colony ; for in this session you have without a division affimed "thatalthough the representatives of the people have confidence in the integrity and ability of the present Government, they consider the time has arrived when a change to that form of Government known as Re- sponsible Government might be in tro duced with benefit to the country, and that this honorable Bou;e should hum- bly pray that His Excel'ency the Go- vernor will be pleased to introduce a bill for that purpose, and recommend Her Majesty to approve the same." From the moment when I recommended that Representative Government be conceded to the people of this colony, I have ever held that the question of...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL WEDNESDAY, AUGUST, 5TH The SPEAKER took the chair at six p.m. THE CONSTITUTION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 August 1874

ittLATÍvCcMcíL WifisEsDAY, AT/erarißTH' - Tlie SpEAKEá.toolc the cljair at six p.m. 1 ÏÎHrf CONSTlTUTiON* Ititi. ' v The" COLONJCAL SECRETARY,' in movrng. tïié J) second reading of the bill to provide a Con- stitution for Western Australia, and to granÉ a Civil List "to Her Majesty, said he did not: then intend to make any remarks, as Tie under- stood, foai" an amendment was'about to be pro »jsed, to which, ot cou rae, he would be at liberty ' to address himself. v lîtr.'èTÈéia said fhév bon. gentleman was qaxie correct ft» presuming that an amendment) would be moved that evening, but before pro-' - ceding to' deal with that amendment', he would first confine himself to a review of the state- ment, made by the hon. gentleman on the occasion of introducing the bill in explaining its piinciples and main provisions. There was in that' bill, he might say, one vital principle, ''adit that'.was willi reference to the form of Upper ?ham'ber proposed to be established under the new Constitu...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 August 1874

íC TjlOE THE BLOOD IS THE , Jj LIFE."-See Deuteronomy, chap, xii., verse 23. Clarke's World Famed Blood Mixture Trade Hark,-" Blood Mixture." THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER AND RESTORER, For cleansing and clearing the blood from all impurities, cannot be too highly recommended. For Scrofula, Scurvy, Skin Diseases, and Sores of all kinds it is a never-failing and permanent cure. It Cures old Sores. Cures Ulcerated Sores on the Neck. Cures Ulcerated Sore Legs. Cures Blackheads, or Pimples on the Pace. Cures Scurvy Sores. Cave-, Cancerous Ulcers. Cures Blood and Skin Diseases. Cures Glandular Swellings. Clears the Blood from all impure Matter, From whatever causes arising. As this mixture is pleasant to the taste, and warranted free from anything injuri ou s to the most delicate constitution of either sex, the Proprietor solicits sufferers to give it a trial to test its value. Thousands of Testimonials from all parts. Sold in Bottles 2s. 3d each, and in Cases, containing six times the quanti...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 3. The SPEAKER took the chair at six o'clock. THE CONSTITUTION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 August 1874

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 3. The SPEAKEB took the chair at six o'clock. THE CONSTITUTION BILL. The COLONIAL ¡SECBETABY, in moving for leave to introduce a bill to establish a Cons ti tution for Western Australia, and to grant a Civil List to Her Majesty, said-I am quite aware that it has not been usual in this House, in moving tor leave to bung in a bill, to make any lengthy statement ; but I think it is ex- ceedingly desirable, for many reasons, that in submitting the motion I have to make to-night, I should enter al considerable length upon a review ot the measure which I now ask leave to introduce. It is the usual custom in the House ot Commons', when a Minister introduces any very important measure to enter upon a statement ot the reasons that iuduced the Go- vernment to do so, and to dilate upon various matters connected therewith ; and though, as I have already said, such a custom has not hitherto obtained here, I think it exceedingly desirable that in this instance ...

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A Supplement Extraordinary, containing a fall report of the debate on the Constitution Bill in the Legislative Council, on Wednesday night, will be published to-morrow (Saturday). The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 7 August 1874

A Supplement Extraordinary, containing a fall report of the debate on the Constitution Bill in the Legislative Council, on Wednesday night, will be published to-morrow {Saturday). ^?" ' ' ? - - ?"«?-.?. - ??...! ? I. ? . Giie ©estent australian Simes. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1874. In the Legislative Council on Wednes- day The SPEAKER took the chair at six o'clock. Mr. STEEBE presented a petition ad- dressed to the Council, signed by 142 of the inhabitants of the colony, praying the postponement of the second reading of the Constitution Bill, and moved that the same be read. This was agreed to. On the order of the day for the second reading of the Constitution Bill, Mr. STEEBE moved, as an amendment. -That in consideration of the absence of three elected members, and the ad- vanced period of the Session, and in order to give time for the expression of public opinion relative to the provisions of the bill, the consideration of the second reading thereof be postponed f...

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