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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE PERTH FEBRUARY 12th. 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 February 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE PERTH FEBRUARY 12th. 1833. His Honor the Lieutenant Governor has been   pleased to approve of the undermentioned rates being levied at the Fremantle Ferry, and directs them to be published for general information. By His Honors Command PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. FERRY CHARGES At NORTH FREMANTLE, AND PRESTON POINT £ s d For each Person. 0 6 Horse, Mare, Foal, Gelding, Ox, Bullock, Cow, Calf, Ass, or Mule, 1 6 If the number exceed three the property of one person . . ... 1 0 Sheep, or Goats, not exceeding 20 0 2 Ditto, ditto above that number 0 1½ For each Pig,. .... 0 4 Two wheeled Carriages. . . . 2 6   Bushel of Grain of whatever de- scription ........ 0 1 Luggage of all kinds at per 100lbs. 1 0 An additional half Fare to be charged on Sundays. The Ferry hours between the 1st. of October and the 1st. of April, to be from 6 in the morning, un- til 8 in the evening, and from the 1st. of April to the 1st of...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE PERTH FEBRUARY 12th, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 February 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE   COLONIAL SECRETRY'S OFFICE PERTH FEBRUARY 12th, 1833; His Honor the Lieutenant Governor directs the following copy of a circular, which has been receiv- ed from the Right Honorable Lord Viscount Gode- rich, His Majestys principal Secretary, of State for the Colonies, to be published for general information. By His Honors Command   PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. Downing Street August 31st. 1833. To GOVERNOR STIRLING &c, &c. &c. Sir,       I have to desire that the following re- gulations may be promulgated and enforced as stand- ing orders of your Government. First.-Civil of Judicial Officers, or Servants of the Government of Western Australia, who may re- ceive leave to return to Europe upon the plea of ill- health, or of urgent private affairs, are to be allowed. to draw one moiety of their respective salaries, and no more, during the actual period of their absence from th...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE PERTH FEBRUARY 12th. 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 February 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE PERTH FEBRUARY 12th. 1833. His Honor the Lieutenant Governor directs the undermentioned copy of an order which has been passed by the King in Council to be published for general information. Ey His Honor's Command PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. At the Court of St. James's the 27 th. of June 1832. WHEREAS by an act passed in the Sixth year of the reign of His late Majesty King George the Fourth, intituled an act to regulate the trade of the " British possessions abroad" it is amongst other things enacted, that it shall be lawful for the Officers of Customs to go on board any ship, in any port in any British possession in America, and to rum- mage and search all parts of such ship for prohibited and uncustomed goods, and also to go on board any   ship hovering within one league of any of the Coasts thereof, and in either case freely to stay on board such ship so long as she shall remain in such port or within such distance,...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE PERTH FEBRUARY 12th. 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 February 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE PERTH FEBRUARY 12th. 1833. As much misapprehension appears to prevail with respect to the object and effect of the " permission" required to be obtained from the Local Government by persons desirous of leaving the Colony, His Hon- or the Lieutenant Governor considers it expedient to issue the following explanatory notice on the sub- ject. The only objects contemplated in requiring an express permission to leave the Colony, are to pre- vent fraudulent surprises upon Creditors, by in- suring to them reasonable notice of their debtors in- tended departure ; and to furnish Masters of Ves- sels about to sail from the Settlement, with the means of ascertaining those, among applicants for passages, whom they would be safe in receiving, under the Colonial Port regulations. But such per- mission does not in the least alter, or affect the le- gal rights and liabilities of the respective parties,   does not exempt the debtor from any ...

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STATE OF THE MARKET AT PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 February 1833

STATE OF THE MARKET AT PERTH. Every seasonable Vegetable, is still abundan - and at reasonable prices. Wheat is selling by re tail at 15s. per bushel of 60 lbs, and flour by the bag at 6d. ½. per lb, bread the 4 lb 1s. 10d. and 2s. We have again a supply of Mutton from York, which is extremely fine at the usual price 1s. 6d. for the forequarter. and 2s. 8d. for the hindquarter. Cape Ale 1s. per quart, Candles 2s. per lb, Butter salt 1s. 9d. fresh 2s. 6d. Eggs have been very scarce of late, and seldom exposed for sale Syd-   ney Bacon 1s. 9d. to 2s. Milk 6d. per pint, Oil very scarce, Spirits-Rum 9s. to 12s. Brandy 15s.       Soap extremely scarce, and sold as high as 2s.   per lb, Common Tea 3 to 5s. per lb, Cape Wine 5s. per gallon. A stack of hay supposed to contain about twelve tons was sold a few days ago at 5l per ton, to be   cleared away by the purchaser ; this is considered a low price, and it was ...

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THE LOSS OF THE AVON. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 February 1833

THE LOSS OF THE AVON. We have learnt with considerable regret that Mr. Reveley's boat "the Avon" was driven on the   rocks near Carnac on Monday last, and dashed to pieces ; the Masts, Sails, and rigging have been saved but the boat is a perfect wreck. We have not been able to ascertain the occasion of this accident, but there is every reason to suppose it was owing to some mismanagement, as Armstrong, who had the charge of the boat was not in her at the time. The frequent occurrence of accidents, on the River and in the road- stead; and the number of lives which have been lost, either by insobriety or carelessness, have not proved a warning to many ; the same wilful negligence and recklessness still prevails. The sudden gusts of wind which we are subject to, require the greatest care and attention in the management of a boat; we hope this caution will therefore not be thrown away upon our new-comers. It is not true that DOUGLAS,   the man who was sailing the boat is dr...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 February 1833

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. We noticed in our first number the con- struction of a Water Mill at Perth, by Mr Reveley, which it was expected would be in operation in the course of the ensu- ing week ; the usual impediments how- ever which attend a first attempt, rendered this impracticable, and gave rise to a hasty conclusion and malicious rumour, that his efforts to accomplish this important object for the Colony, had proved abortive. An inspecting Committee visited the Mill on Tuesday last, and we have great satisfac- tion in stating, expressed themselves, pleased with its construction and power. The attempt to establish a Mill at Perth, has from its importance excited considerable curiosity, and has been at- tended with great exertion and persever- ance on the part of the enterprizing pro- jector, it is no trifling commendation that with the exception of the bar iron required for parts or the Machinery, the whole of the materials are of Colonial production ; and the Stones wh...

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A NATIVE WOMAN SHOT AT YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 16 February 1833

A NATIVE WOMAN SHOT AT YORK. A report has reached us this morning that a Na- tive was shot at York, on monday last. On enquiry   we find, that Messrs. Trimmer and Bland's shepherd went out as usual with his flock, when he heard the voices of a number of Natives in the bush, a woman (an uncommon occurrence) as we understand came forward, and appeared to encourage the others to follow, and attack the shepherd, who on her ap- proaching him, cried out "warra," 'warra," (be gone) which she repeated, with threatening gestures, the man considering his flock, as well as his life in danger, fired, and it is supposed seriously wounded her, as she staggered back towards the party. As Mr Bland and several of the establishment are at present absent from home, we fear some attempt will be made to revenge this aggression ; we trust how- ever the strength they have on the spot will be suf- ficient to repel any attack, for their own safety, we believe they have no apprehensions, but the...

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Fremantle, February 21st, 1833 BEFORE G. LEAK[?], ESQ., CIVIL COMMISSIONER. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 February 1833

Fremantle, February 2fst, 1833' I Before G. L&asf, Esq.» Civil Commissioner. J On Wednesday lait Mr. Charles Smith brough* a complaint against jolift Stribland and Joseph Oliphant, fjr refusing to finish a- Billiard table, which tliey had contracted to make tor him, be findipg all the material» ; they stated that the legs ought to be furnished to them ready turned. Mr. .Smith contended that according to the terms ox the contract, he kid only to furnish them with the wood for the Ir^s, and if they chose to have them turn- ed they ought to pay for them,, the Magistrates were of the same opinion« it was at last settled that they should return to their work«-Mr. Smith consenting to pay tor the turning of the legs.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Commissariat Office, Perth, February 24th, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 February 1833

'^oVER^MËNl°Nbf-î"èE;. - -r j received irisfo at 12 o'clock, from such person or persons as njajf be willing-taxent:a place suitable for a tetópSA^Military ÇK)s pital, fór,-,the'U$é5s©f )the Detachment 63,dJ '. KegimentVs^ioèteii^here,, tor the spa¿?e~ >of six Äoiith^froiw^^hm'lsfrrMarch next. ; John, Lewis, ¡Dep. Asst. ¿Commissary General.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office Perth 22nd. February 1833 [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 February 1833

?.;;:tí'OVERAENT^NOTÍ(EE. Colonial Secretary s Office Perth 22nd. i obruary 183¿ #. Nptice.is he^eby^giyen íhat ..Jülr Anthon y Curtí0 ihas&pplied átfthisNOffice for permission to leave th Colony. By His Honor's Command, PETER BROWN Colonial Secretary.

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BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. Perth, February 23rd, 1833. BEFORE JOHN MORGAN, ESQUIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 February 1833

BENCH Or MAGISTRATES. Perth, February 23rd, 1833. I Before John Morgan, Esquire. I Abbass, a Lascar was charged with having been drank and riotous, on Thurs- day night last. After being severely reprimanded he was convicted, and ordered to pay costs. Peter Oniei waa also charged with l -' being found lying in the highway, in al state of intoxication, on Friday evening. -Convicted and ordered to pay costa. Jenkins the Soldier who was speared at Clar- ence is recovering

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PUBLIC AUCTION. (from our Fremantle Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 February 1833

Public Auction I (fion our Fremantle Corretpondeni.) j A public Sale without reserve wa» an- nounced to take place on the 20. Inst: the Auctioneer and purchasers- accordingly assembled; bat it was soon evident, as the sale proceeded, from the repeated declar- ation of the Auctioneer of the lowest price of each article ( which ia many instances was so high as to deter the by-stauders from oftering a bidding,) that the Auction was not a» it was advertized, a sale without reserve The repetition of this practice, is calculated to throw general discredit upon sales of tins nature; and oc- casion» so much unnecessary trouble and expense to Settler^ up the country, that it cannot be a mat tej of sur pri^e to find public sales so indifferently attended. The prices at which ao.ne of the articles were disposed of were as foiiow: Wheat from, LOs Ga to Us 6d per bushel. Orari 3s. to 3s 4d do Bulterin ke<j3 '3 id. per ih- Duck and Fustian frowaeri 6s rid tf> 7s 6a: Iron 12L per tou...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Commissariat Office, Perth, 24. February 1833 [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 February 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE Commissariat Office, Perth, 24. February 1833 Sealed Tenders in triplicate will be re- ceived at this Office, 0n the 7. March at     12 o'clock, from such person or persons as may be willing to supply the following articles of Stationery; viz     For the use of Fremantle Jail,   1, One Box of Wafers. 100, One hundred Quills. 2, Two papers black ink powders. For the Registrar of the Civil Court's office   6 Six bundles of China paper. For the Colonial Secretary's Office. 2 Two reams foolscap paper.   One half ream of blotting paper. The price of each article to be stated in words at length.   JOHN LEWIS Dep, Asst, Commissary General.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Commissariat Office, Perth, February 24th, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 February 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Commissariat Office, Perth, February 24th, 1833.       Sealed Tenders in Triplicate will be received at this Office on the 17th, day   March next, at 12 o'clock, from such person or persons as may be willing to enter into contract for the performance of the following works, viz :- No. 1. To block up the Channels be- tween "the Islands begining from the first, from the Canal, with a duble stake and a wattled Fence tilled in with clay, of the lollowing dimensions. The dike shall be three feet high above low     water-mark, and three feet wide. The stakes shall not be less than six inches through, and shall not be more than three feet apart.   The stakes shall be driven as far as two men with beetles can drive them. The wattle shall be closed and well rammed. The space between the two Fences shall be filled in with clay well rammed. Logs or trunks of trees shall be laid down on...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 February 1833

LANDED ESTATE Agricultural Implements, Whale Boat, Household Furniture, &c., for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION without reserve Mr. Richard Lewis has the honour to announce that he will sell at his Store, Cliff-Street Fremantle. On Saturday, the 2nd of March next, at 1 o'clock, the following valuable Estates, &c. &c.   That large Estate called " Cheltenham" on the right bank, of the Canning     River consisting of 5,300 acres of land, having a frontage on the river of one mile, and a half. There, is a substantial House on this Estate, and 14 acres of superior soil have been grubbed up by the hoe, 10 acres of which were under crop last season, and the straw will be given up to the purchaser; 20 more acres have been cleared of wood, and very little expense will prepare them for the plough. The Estate is situated within 5 miles of Perth by land, and '13 from Fremantle, and as one angle of it touches the   Swan opposite...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 February 1833

ESTA TE of the late Char les Sjmmons deceased in administration NOTICE is hereby given that a second dividend often Shillings in the pound will . be paid by the above Estate,, on the 6th day of March next,, at the Office of tüe Registrar of the Civil Court at Perth, be- tween the hours of 10 and 12 in the tore noon. Dated the 23. February 1833. A. H. Stone. Registrar Civil Court, &. Administrator in Ordinary. -" TTMB er. Wanted, a quantity of Scantling, and Boards, of ali sizes, delivered at the Jetty Perth.-Tenders specifying the description, and price per 10ü feet,, to be forwarded to CHARLES F. LEROUX, Architect, & Surveyor. Perth, February 2isf, 183». ~^~NEfFCÖ'LLTRiUJT THE instantaneous relief experienced by the use of the NEW COLLYRÍÜM OR EYE WATER-having: created *. demand^- the public ara informed it may be procured at Mr. Walters' general Store, Perth, where persons may be' referred to those who have been cured by ¿ts use, FIVE POUNDS REWARD LOST IN THE BUSH...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, February 12th, 1833 [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 February 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, February 12th, 1833     His Honor the Lieutenant Governor directs the following copy of Treasury Minute to be published for general Information. By His Honor's Command PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. Copy of Treasury Minute, dated 24th January, 1832 23823. Read a report of the Commissioners of Customs, dated the 9th ultimo, on a letter from Lord Howick, transmitting by desire of Viscount Goderich the Copy of a Dispatch addressed to the Secretary of State by the Governor of Antigua, relative to the manner in which the substitutes of Officers of the Customs in the Colonies when pro- ceeding on leave of Absence are at present appoint- ed, and suggesting that the substitute should re- ceive a Commission from the Governor, empower- ing him to execute the duties of the Office to which he may be temporarily appointed, and further that he should be required to take the usual oaths of Office. The Commissioners ...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 February 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. His Honor the Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to direct the publication of the general objects of the following Bill, now under the consideration of the Legis- lative Council. By His Honor's Command. PETER BROWN Colonial Secretary. A BILL FOR THE REGULATION OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. As there is reason to believe that deficient Weights and Measures have been frequently and fraudulently used, throughout the Colony of Western Australia; it is proposed   That the Lieutenant Governor, with the advice of Council, may order by Proclamation, that Standard Sets of Weights and Measures shall be deposited in certain places, under charge of cer- tain Persons. That Keepers of Standard Weights &c to pro- duce the same to all Persons demanding inspec- tion thereof at seasonable hours, and to receive a Fee of pence for every Weight or Measure compared. That the Governor should appoint proper per- sons to be examiners of Weights and Measures: that the exam...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 23 February 1833

SHPPING INTELLIGENCE. 15th instant,-put back the Ellen. Government Schooner, owing to contrary winds. She anchored under Carnac Island, where His Honor the Lieu- tenant Governor landed and bivouacked, On Sun- day morning the 17th inst. at day break, she again   got under weigh, with a favourable breeze. 18th Inst - sailed the Thistle, Captain Liddle, for Launceston ;- passengers Mr. John Henty, Mr. Camfield, Mr. Wright, Mr. Smythe, and John Chipper.

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