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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 June 1865

Holloway'e Pük.-Pure blood.-Arthis vital fluid, when in a healthy state, sus- tains and renovates every part of the living system, so, when it becomes im- poverished or impure exerts a precisely contrary effect. It is abundantly mani- fest that any medicine which does not reach *the circulation tîan never exter- minate the disease ; but any preparation capable of exercising a sanitary influence over the blood, must with it be carried to every living fibre of the frame, The lungs, heart, liver, kidneys, and skin, all receive benefits from its more wholesome condi- tion. HoUoway's purifying Pills operate directly, powerfully, and beneficially, upon the whole mass of blood, whether venous or arterial. They strengthen the stomach, excite the liver and kidneys, ex- pel disease and prolong existence. CLEANLINESS! A Stove most brilliantly polished in two minutes for less than one farthing W. Gr. NIXEY'S CELEBRATED REGISTERED BLACK LEAD. A NEW DOMESTIC DISCOVERY! Cannot be wasted, and is a ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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THE ROAD MURDER MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 June 1865

THE ROAD MURDER MYSTERY. A new and unexpected light has been thrown upon the long-concealed mystery of the Road murder. At the Bow-Street Police Court yesterday, Miss Constance Kent sister of the child who was murdered and who was in the first instance charged   with the crime, gave herself up and pre- sented a written statement, which was as follows: - "I, Constance Emilie Kent     alone and unaided, on the night of the 29th of June 1860, murdered at Road Hill-house, Wiltshire, one Francis Saville Kent. Before the deed no one knew of my intention, nor after it of my guilt. No one assisted me in the crime, nor in the evasion of the discovery" It seems she has been for the last year and three quarters in a religious house at Brighton -the St. Mary's Home. A few, days ago she made confession to the Rev. Mr. Wagner, who has charge of the institu- tion, and then, as the rev. gentleman stated in his evidence, proposed to give herself up to a magistr...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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AMERICA. ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN. ATTEMPT ON MR. SEWARD AND DEATH OF HIS SON. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 June 1865

AMERICA.   ASSASSINATION OP PRESIDENT LINCOLN. ATTEMPT ON MR. SEWARD AND DEATH OF HIS SON. " Last evening at 9.30 President Lin- coln, while sitting in a private box at Ford's theatre, with Mrs. Lincoln, Mrs. Harris, and Major Rathburn, was shot by an assassin, who suddenly entered the box and approached behind the President. The assassin then leaped upon the stage, banashing a large knife, and escaped in   the rear of the theatre. A pistol ball   entered the back of President's head,   penetrating nearly through. The wound   is mortal.   "The President has been insensible ever since the infliction of the wound and' "   is now dying.         " About the same hour an assassin, whether the same or not is as yet un- known, entered Mr. Seward's apartments   under pretence of pressing business. He was shown into Mr. Seward's sick cham...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 June 1865

M-v «0H118 S ABI AT.. riíDERS (in duplicate) will be re- ceived at the Commissariat Office, Fremantle, till noon of MONDAY, the Srd of July, 1865, for the supply of the following, viz.:-rr 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 lead 50 Pairs per week from date of acceptance of tender. Payments to be made on the delivery of 250 cairs, or completion of contract at the option of the Tenderer. H..ASHTON, Assistant Commissary General. Commissariat, Fremantle, ") W. A., 9th June, 1865. J 70B CALCUTTA, OR MADRAS. THE clipper ship "RACEHORSE," ?Al, 1077 tons register. Is now ,on her way out, and may be ex i all August. This ship is most admirably adapted to carry horses, as also timber. . As her detention here will not exceed three weeks, it is most desirable shippers of horses, &c., should make an early ap- plicati...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 June 1865

For Sale of 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 & Go. For Adelaide. ; THE Schooner " MARY CUMMING," Captain Fuller, will sail for the above port about the 1st July. For passage apply to T. & H. CATER & CO. O. REICH BERG, WORKING JEWELLER ft GOLDSMITH, PACKENHAM STREET, FRE- MANTLE. EVERY description of work manu- factured or repaired as follows: Kings made and set in Diamonds, Pearls and precious Stones ; Signet Rings, Keep- ers, Wedding and other Rings, 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 branches. Guaranteed to wear well. The highest references as to competent workmanship. The lowest possible price charged. Notice. JFARMANER will feel obliged to . all p...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 June 1865

MARRIAGE.   JOYCE-LANNANE.-At the Catholic Mis- sion, Victoria Plains, on the 19th instant, by the Rev. B. Martinez, Mr. John Joyce, Mana- ger to A. O'G. Lefroy, Esq., Welbing, to Bridget Lannane, County of Clare, Ireland.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 30 June 1865

$pp$tttg Intelligence. AEEIVALS. June 23.-Tartar, 520 tons, Captain Wilson from London, with general cargo. Date of departure from Falmouth, 25th March 1865. Passengers-2 in steerage. This vessel is laden with general cargo, but about 130 tons have been thrown overboard during the-voy age, to lighten the vessel, and the remainder is reported to be more or less damaged. It is -1 that at onetime there waa as much as 6 i of water in-tbe-regaeTg hold. - ~~ J.-The Sea Bird, (new) from Vasse with iber for Champion Bay. v . - DEPAETUEES. June 24.-Favourite, 46 tons, Lakey, master, ftjr Champion Bay. Pessengers-Messrs. W. Scott, J. Bateman, Waldeck, Bently and wife, and 10 prisoners. Cargo-4 casks wine, 6 oases geneva, 1 qr.-cask gin, and 1 do. brandy (under oond) ; 4 qr.-casks wine, 1 case tobacco, 6 cases gin, 150 casks beer, 92 bags potatoes, 160 boards, 13,555 shingles, 92 boxes soap and candles, and sundries. Same û&y.-Brothers, 17 tons, Lewis, master, for Bunbury and Vasse. Ca...

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DEVILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 July 1865

DEVILS. Mephistopheles explained to Faust that it was no longer the fashion for devils to distinguish themselves by the cloven foot. Fashions changed everywhere else, and there was no reason why devils should be behind the rest of the world. The horned and- hoofed monster of our infancy has in truth almost become obsolete. In earlier times the Prince of Darkness was really a gentleman, with whom it was only not quite orthodox to have dealings. He gradually degenerated into the grotesque performer in popular legends. After he had retired into the background of culti- vated imaginations, the quaint peculiari- ties ascribed to hira in the fancy of the people still gave him a lease of vitality. The devil whose nose was pulled by St. Dunstan's tongs, and at whom Luther threw his inkbottle, survives in obscure holes and corners. To the rising gene- ration he is represented in the exclusively comic point of view by the queer hum gruffins of Ingoldsby Legends. A Mephis- topheles who is intr...

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CHAMPION BAY. From our own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 July 1865

CHAMPION BAY. From our own Correspondent. Whilst the question that appears to be upper- most in every mind at present is reform, pull- ing down the Old Governments, remodelling institutions, and making them more in accord- ance with the requirements of the present day, I am glad to say that parliamentary reform is not an exceptional care, although the others will be considered of a very secondary im- portance. " That all experience goes to prove " that the worth oi a state in the long run is '. the worth of the individuals composing it ;" if this is correct any institution that has for its object the elevation and improvement of o com- munity, assisting young men with books and periodicals, supplying a town with a public building, and holding out every inducement to the rising generation to advance themselves in science or literature, and make them good citizens, is one that claims support from every well-wisher of the country. The young men of this place have at last come to the tr...

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FRANCE AND MEXICO. (News of the World.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 July 1865

FEANCE AND MEXICO. . (News of the World.) The prospects of the Empira in Mexico are darker than its founders are willing to allow. lu the recent debate in the Freuch Legislative chamber, it wa3 ad- mitted on the part of the Government that the protecting troops could not at present be withdrawn ; that the hope ex- pressed in January, 1863, that ten thou- sand French soldiers might be recalled before the close of the year has failed ; and that it is necessary still to keep up a large force there. " To abandon the men who had the intervention and declared for the new Empire," said M. Corta, " leaving them exposed to the animosity of reactionists, would be an act unworthy of France. She could bear the sacrifice of money, but not of her honor. The French flag is engaged, and wherever the flag of France waves it is the duty of the country to support it." This is a grand sentiment, but the French, profiting by the lessons they receive from increasing communications and connections with En...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 July 1865

BIRTH.   ELLIOTT-On the 20th June, at Geraldton,   MRS. CHARLES HENRY ELLIOTT, of a son.    

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Greenough Flats. Bootnall, June 10, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 July 1865

Greenough Flats.                   Bootnall, June 10,1865. DEAR SIR.-This is what I calls a hard case :-Not long since me and my young woman made up our minds to get married, as courting came rather expensive these long nights, " as she would not sit in the dark with- out a fire;" well, we get everything ready and off we started to the Bay to get a licence, as I do not see the use of waiting three weeks when you have once made up your mind and got some things into the house. When we got to the Bay and began to make enquiry about the paper, you may fancy how we felt, and specially Mary, when she thought it was to be put off for a month. I found that there was no one in this part of the country that could grant a licence; there is a man in the Bay as would bury you if you like-a sort of proxy they call him for the real thing, but no one to marry you in church for want o...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 July 1865

Holloways PüU and Ointment.-Sto- mach and Sidneys.-Between these two organs there exists a close and intimate relation which is demonstrated by the wasting which occurs in all diseases afflict- ing the kidneys. The disordered stomach is often the first index of renal irregular- ities. Holloway's remedies used at that juncture would cut short many a serious and fatal attack. They act with wonder- ful efficiency on every organ of secre- tion, but especially do they regurlate the stomach, liver, and kidneys, in restoring their healthy functions, and casting out any obstructions or impurities. It is necessary for the Ointment to be well rubbed into the small of the back twice daily, when it is absorbed, and greatly augments the purifying and salutary in- fluence of the Pills. CLEANLINESS! A Stove most brilliantly polished in two minutes for less than one farthing W. Gr. NIXEY'S CELEBRATED REGISTERED BLACK LEAD. A NEW DOMESTIC DISCOVERT! Cannot be wasted, and is a preservative of Furnitu...

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Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. "Be just and fear not; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."—Shakspeare. FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 July 1865

ItTtï] ëtïtftU # ffiim-es. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim5st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Slialcsjpeare. WESTERN AUSTRALIA is certainly a won- derful country, and can challenge any other dependency of the British Crown for the despatch with which its legisla- tion is got through. Last year it found three days sufficient to complete the la- bors of the Legislative Council, an achieve- ment which elicited no little amusement in the sister colonies, but this year sur- passed all its predecessors, in the short time it took to pass into laws about a dozen Bills, to vote away some ¿270,000, and to talk about all colonial matters, which either of the members thought worthy of ventilation in the Legislature. In fact they all evidently were im- pressed with the belief that things are progressing so favorably under the very paternal Government we are blessed with, thatit is needless for them to bring forward any topic for discussion, which might lead to im...

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MISCELLANEOUS. THE DEATH OF MR. COBDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 July 1865

; ; > C MISCELLAITEOUS. THS nBATH OF MB. COBDEN. "It ig our painful duty to announce the death of Mr. Cobden, who expired at half-past 11 on Sunday morninff, April 2, at his town residence, Suffolk-street, Pall-mall. For several years Mr. Cqbden's health has demanded his utmost care', more especially in the winter and spring, owing to the increasing susceptibility of the bronchial tubes to the acute inflammation. He had only ventured to come up to town from Midhurst on the 21st of March for the Canada debate, when he was fatally attacked by bron- chitis. His last hours were soothed by the presence of his friends, Mr. Bright and Mr. Moffat. The scene in the House of Commons on the night of April 3 was painful rather than grati- fying, for the speakers there, except Mr. Bright, were professional eulogisers. It was a "right thing to do" this lauding the dead statesman, and therefore they did it. It was not Lord Palmerston's intention at first to say a word, but he was urged to conse...

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Legislative Council. FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 July 1865

d Ledslatiye Council i FEIDAY, JUNE 30,1865. Mr. SAMSON presented the following Me- morial from Mr. G. Shenton: To HU Excellency JOHN STEPHEN HAMPTON ESQUIRE, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Western Australia, and to the Members of the Legislative Council of the said Colony. The Humble Petition of GEORGE SHENTON, of Perth, in the said Colony That your Petitioner has been many years resident in this Colony, and having a large interest in the future well-being, especially in the Mining interest of the Colony, views with much alarm the cessation of the Convict System, on the following grounds : That although the Colony has had the benefit of the labor of Convicts for several years, generally so far as the Mining interest is involved little or nothing has been done, beyond the erection of the bridge over the Chapman, and that little has been so indifferently executed, as to become all but useless ; and at this time while other parts of the Colony possess excellent roads...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 July 1865

Ki COMMISSARIAT. TENDERS (in duplicate) will be re- ceived at the Commissariat Office, Fremantle, till NOON of MONDAY, the 10th instant, for the supply of the follow- ing articles, viz. : Blacking-lbs,, 400. « Bricks, Bath-No., 50. Flax, Yellow-lbs,, 10|. Linen, Black-yds., 50. Nails, Brad, Shoe, finch-lbs., 28. Needles, Darning-No., 239. Oil, Neatsfoot-gallons, 5. Oil Sweet-gallons 5. Scoops, Hand, Tin-No., 6. To be delivered into the Commissariat Magazine within three days from date of acceptance of tender, and subject to ap- proval on delivery. H. ASHTON, Assistant Commissary General. Commissariat, Fremantle, W.A., \ July 5,1865. j FOR ADELAIDE. THE well-known fast-sailing brig EUROPA, >190 tons, Captain Lindsay, now _»loading timber at the Vasse, will sail in about three weeks from that port for Adelaide direct. She will have accommodation for a few passengers. Applv to T. &H. CARTER & Co., Agents. Fremantle, July 3, 1865. S-A-LIE OIF rRylEJLIl. IF btOPERTY. E...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 July 1865

For Sale or Charter. THE smart little Schooner Yacht "CLARENCE PACKET," peculiarly suitable to the or Coasting Trade, is open to sale, or engagement on freight or charter. Apply to BICKLEY & Co. For Adelaide. THE Schooner « MARY CUMMING," Captain Fuller, will sail for the above port about the 1st July. For passage apply to T. & H. CARTER & CO. FOR CALCUTTA. OR MADRAS. THE clipper ship "RACEHORSE," \1,1077 tons register. Is now _pon her way out, and maybe ex- pected in all August. This ship is most I admirably adapted to carry horses, as also timber. i As her detention here will not exceed three weeks, it is most desirable shippers of horses, &c., should make an early ap- plication. For freight or passage apply to LIONEL SAMSON, Agent. Fremantle, W. A., 27th June, 1865. C. REICHBERG, WORKING JEWELLER & GOLDSMITH, PACKENHAM STREET, FRE- MANTLE. EVERY description of work manu- factured or repaired as follows: Rings made and set in Diamonds, Pearl...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 July 1865

Shipping Inteligence.   ARRIVALS.   July 1.—Favorite, 46 tons, Lakey master, from Champion Bay. Passengers Two T. Cargo— 119 bags flour, 120 do. bran and pollard, 50 do. barley, 25 bides, and 1 cask tallow. July 3.—Ann Sanderson, 250 tons, Captain Dobie, from Port Augusta, South Australia; in ballast. Passengers—Mrs. Dobie, and Mr. G. Sanderson. 4.—Les Trois Amis, 44 tons, Green, master, from Champion Bay. Passenger—D. Chapman. Cargo—150 bags flour, 20 do. wheat, 150 do. bran and pollard, 58 do. barley, and 5 do. oats. 5.—Sea Ripple, 188 tons, Captain Pringle, from Adelaide. Cargo—33 bales hay, J. & W. Bateman; 6 bales sacks, 10 cases brandy, 8 pkgs. tobacco, 6 qr.-casks rum, 2 cases pre- serves, Bickley & Co. ; 10 qr.-casks and 25 cases brandy, 1 box copper coin, 1 pkge., 1 keg honey, T. & H. Carter & Co. ; 2 bales leather, Mr. Leach; 1 case, Hon. J. S. Roe; 1 jar, The Rev. Mr. Bostock ; 1 pkge., Mrs. Samson ; 1 do., Mr. San...

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FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 July 1865

FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.)   Thursday evening last being the appointed time for the usual quarterly meeting of our Volunteer Company, the members assembled and, I may add that, many amongst them found it rather an unusual meeting, for instead of be- ing called upon to pay, they found the tables turned, and they received from the Treasurer the clothing refund amounting to 15s. ; an agreeable change no doubt. During the even- ing it was unanimously agreed that the Com- pany's Ball fixed for the 13th inst. should come off on the evening of the 12th, owing to the Government Ball taking place on the 14th. The schooner Sea Bird, which vessel left here on the 29th ult. for Champion Bay, was com- pelled to put back into port and reached here on Saturday ; she left again on Monday, and as the wind has been favorable I hope she has ere this arrived at her destination. On Sunday, the 2nd instant, the Ann San- derson arrived in ballast from South Australia; she made r...

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