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Commissariat Notices. Commissariat Office, Perth, Fehruary 23, 1848. Treasury Bills. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 28 October 1848

Commissariat Notices. Commissariat Office, Perth, Fehruary 23,1848. Treasury Bilis. SEALED TENDEES in duplicate will be received at this Office at 12 o'clock every Wednesday, wail farther notice, from such parties as may be desirous of obtaining Bills of Exchange on the Eight Honorable the Lords Com- missioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, payable in London at thirty days' sight. The Bills will be drawn in sums of (£100 One Hundred Pouuds Sterling and up- wards. The Tenders must state in figures and words at length the Eate of Exchange of- fered in Specie for the Bills, and also the description of Coin. For further particulars application to be made at this Office. H. C. DAELING, Asst.-Com.- General.

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Exploration. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 28 October 1848

Exploration. The following despatch was received by the Local Government on Tuesday, last from the Surveyor General : Cape Rich, October 2,1848. Sir, — I avail myself of an opportunity, via King George's Sound to report to His Excellency the Governor my arrival here yesterday with the party which His Excel- lency has been pleased to place under my guidance, and my intention to proceed to morrow North Eastward on the further prosecution of the service entrusted to me. The Expedition having started from York on the 14th ultimo, ascended the   Avon River, and took its final departure on the 17th from Nalyaring, the upper sheep station in that district, following the compass direction of E. by S½. S. as intermediate between tracts of country previously traversed. The rough plan of our route which I have the honor to en- close will show that in 15 miles we passed gradually from good grassy country about Nalyaring to scrubby sand plains and Eucalyptus thickets. At 34 miles we...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
General Summary. (From the English Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 28 October 1848

General Summary. (From the English Mail.) We are extremely happy to commence our report of the state of affairs during the past fort- night with the assurance that England has been perfectly tranquil, and that there are undoubted evidences in the commercial' world of returning prosperity. The weather has been tolerably fine, the harvest is promising, and money is extremely easy. The latter circumstance is owing to the enormous sums .which refuge« foreigners, and En- glishmen too prudent to speculate, have lately vested in thejiritifih. Funds, carrying Consols at one time up to"88|. - But' if England is .quiet and prosperous, far otherwise is it with Ireland. The Government has at length deemed it advisable to take strong measures for the repression of the rebellious spirit prevailing there. Several counties were proclaim- ed last week by Lord Clarendon, numerous arrests have taken place, and on Saturday last Lord John Russell moved for leave to bring in a bill to autho- rise the app...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 28 October 1848

For Bunbury and the Vasse. THE fine colonial built cutter TYPO, 20 tons burthen, W. Allen, master, will run regularly between Fremantle, Bunbury and the Vasse, once a month (or oftener, should sufficient freight offer).-For freight or passage apply to Mr. A. Myers, Perth Hotel; to the Master, on board; or to S. Moore & Co. Agents, Fremantle. In order to ensure dispatch, and prevent disappointment to shippers, goods will at all times be received and warehoused by the Agents free of charge. PASSAGE BOAT Daily to Fremantle, with good ac- commodation. "TTTILLIAM INKPEN returns his sin T V cere thanks for past favors, and trusts that he shall continue to obtain the patronage of his fellow colonists. Perth, Sept. 7,1848. For Sale. TWENTY FIVE Acres of Land, held from the Crown in Fee Simple, situ- ated within half a mile of the Bush Inn, Toodyay district. The great Hoad from York to Toodyay runs through the property, which has also the advantage of a frontage on a fine pool of wat...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 4 November 1848

For Sale. A CLEAN mixed Flock of dry SHEEP, of 1200, about 500 of which are 6 toothed, in the finest condition. Fifty head of Cattle, consisting of Cows with calves, Steers, Heifers, and 8 Bullocks in prime order. One half-bred Pony, one 3-year old Filly, one pair 5-year old staunch Bullocks One new Dray (by Wall), one old Cart, Plough, and Harrows A valuable lot of Household Furniture About 300 volumes of standard Works, Pictures by eminent artists Cooking and Dairy utensils Various Agricultural Implements and Carpenters' Tools The above will be sold on reasonable terms. (UP9 Purchasers above £5, approved Bills at 3 months ; above £10, at 6 months. Apply (if by letter, post-paid) to MB. MELLEBSH, Woodlands, York. Oct. 16,1848. NOTICE. A BAY Mare, shod betöre, was caught upon the wheat of the undersigned ; the owner can have her on paying the ex- penses of her keep, damage, and this ad- vertisement, by applying to CHARLES SMITH, Beverley. N.B.-H not claimed within three weeks will b...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 4 November 1848

«STANLEY» BREWERY, Bazaar Terrace, Mount Eliza.. nnHE Proprietor having- partially con JL verted his Distillery to the purposes of a Brewery, by forming a temporary cel- lar, is enabled to offer to the public (whom he respectfully invites to call at the Brew- ery and taste) an excellent article of PALE ALE At £4i ^ Hogshead. Quarter and small casks, suitable for private families, at Is. 6d. ^ gallon, now ready for delivery. Also, BOTTLED ALE, At 5s. and 7s. ^ dozen, will le ready for delivery at an early period. The Proprietor contemplates a conside- rable reduction in the above prices, if the consumption continues to increase. He also intends excavating and building an extensive arched cellar, with a view of brewing and storing a sufficient stock of Ale, thereby improving the quality, and delivering the same, either for home con- sumption or exportation, fit for immediate use. figf Barley or Malt of good quality purchased. Two BRICKMAKERS will be treated with on liberal terms, for ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commissariat Notices. Commissariat Office, Perth, February 23, 1848. Treasury Bills. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 4 November 1848

Commissariat Notices. Commissariat Office, Perth, February 23,1848. Treasury Bills. SEALED TENDERS in duplicate will be received at this Office at 12 o'clock every Wednesday, until further notice, from such parties as may be desirous of obtaining Bills of Exchange on the Right Honorable the Lords Com- missioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, payable in London at thirty days' sight. The Bills will be drawn in sums of (£100 One Hundred Pouuds Sterling and up- wards. The Tenders must state in figures and words at length the Rate of Exchange of- fered in Specie for the Bills, and also the description of Coin. For further particulars application to be made at this Office. H. C. DARLING, Aast.- Com.' General.

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New Land Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 4 November 1848

New Land Regulations, A lengthy document on the subject of the Regulations for the occupation of the "Waste Lands in New South "Wales, re- cently put in force by virtue of an Order in Council, together with copies of Lord Grey's^despatches on the subject, as order- ed to be printed by the House of Com- mons, has oeen received by the Local Go- vernment, who are, we believe, to transmit an opinion to the Home Government, as to whether the same regulations are suit- able for this colony. As this important subject will, in all probability, be brought before the Legislative Council during the ensuing session, and as it is desirable to obtain, as far as possible, the opinions of the colonists generally, on a subject so vi- tally concerning the prosperity of the co lony, it has been thought advisable to give the document every possible publicity, and we, therefore, this week give insertion to a portion of it. (No. 68.) No. 1. Copy of a Despatch from Earl GREY to Sir 0. A. FITZBOT. Dosroing...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 4 November 1848

Shipping Intelligence. SAILED.-On the 1st inst. the cutter Typo for the outports. Passengers-Four Coolies for Mr Little. The Thomas Lord awaits a fair wind when she will sail for Singapore ; she takes 43 tons Sandal Wood.

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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Latest Intelligence. [From the "English Mall," July 24.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 4 November 1848

Latest Intelligence. [From tlte "English Mall," July 2A.J The stringent measures adopted by Ge- neral Cavaignac to keep the Parisians in order have had the effect of preserving the tranquillity of the metropolis of France. We have no new émeutes to report. Dis- coveries have been made of conspiracies to commit violence and disturb the existing order of things, but their organisation does not appear to have been sufficiently com- plete to justify a belief that had the inten- ded insurrection reached a head it would have been very formidable. General Ca- vaignac has been obliged to change once more several of his ministers. As M. Bethmont's health was not improving, that minister would not remain in the cabinet. Some persons add that he did not agree with his colleagues on the question of the new bills which have been presented against the newspapers. M. Marie, the late member of the Provisional Govern- ment, and of the Executive Committee, has been named minister of justice in place ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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THE INDEPENDENT JOURNAL. "Vox populi, vox Dei." SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 4 November 1848

THE INDEPENDENT JOURNAL. " Vox ¡populi, vox Dei." SATV^ÁYT^OVmLBmTé, 1848. "WE have been kindly favored with the following communication, respecting the stock shipped to the Mauritius by the Dis- patch. We believe it will be read with no little interest, as affording some insight into the causes of the failures which have at times happened in the shipment of stock to foreign ports, and more particularly in the instance referred to. The extraordi- nary circumstance of a Judge tossing with the Auctioneer, not only gives us an idea of the state of morals at the Mauritius, but also serves to show how recklessly pro- perty is thrown away, which is consigned there for sale, and how careful shippers must be in the selection of their agents. Sir,-You requested me to communicate to you such information respecting the speculation of cattle, &c, to the Mauritius, by the Dispatch, Capt. Elsdon, that might be useful or interesting to the colony ; I do so with the hope that the error whic...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Last Insurrection in Paris. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 4 November 1848

The Last Insurrection in Paris. OUB limited space last week, prevented our giving any details of the insurrection in Paris on June 23, and following days, but we have this week endeavoured to make up the deficiency. "We have com- piled the following from the English Mail of July 7: Another insurrection, lasting nearly an entire week, has almost deluged Paris with blood, blocked up its streets with barri- cades, and spread anarchy and dismay throughout the provinces. The more im- mediate cause of this fearful event was, no doubt, to be found in the approaching dis- solution of the national workshops, a de- bate in the Assembly on the 20th ultimo, having foreshadowed the end of that gi- gantic humbug. The following is a detail of the first day's insurrection : "In the B-ucs des Matthurins, St. Jacques, and des Poirées, the barricades erected by the insurgents were demolished by cannon. A captain of the 7th light infantry was killed, and the company imder his command suffered greatly. ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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The Editor of this Journal invites the free expression of the opinions of his Correspondents, but cannot be held responsible for them. The name and address of the writer must accornpany each communication. To the Editor of the "Independent Journal." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 4 November 1848

The Editor of this Journal invites the free exprès sion of the opinions of his Correspondents, but can- not be held responsible for them. The name and address of the writer tnttst accornpany each com- munication. To the Editor of the "Independent Journal" Sir,-An article headed "York Justice," having appeared in your paper of the 2lBt instant, in which allusion is made to a case between Mr. Mellersh and his shepherd, heard lately at the York Petty Sessions, and, although I have a great objection to notice such articles, still as so many unjust and unfounded aspersions on the York bench of Magistrates have lately been made by interested parties, and as I was the ma- gistrate who took the complaints both of Mr. Mellersh and his shepherd, I cannot allow such gross misstatements, to use the mildest term, go forth to the public with- out contradiction. Whoever your inform- ant has been, he has grossly misled you, and I will undertake to satisfy you and the public, from the sworn informat...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 4 November 1848

Notice to Shippers of Wool, Oil» 6c c. I Daily expected from England) 1HE FINE Al. BAEQTTE "GEORGE," 256 tons register, W. Punchará, Master, ?will sail for London direct, with all dispatch. Application for freight or passage to be made to Mr. Fred. Croft ; or to Messrs. W. & E. Habgood. g^T "Wool, Oil, &c, «fee, for shipment ty George, will be received and warehoused at the late stores of Messrs. Fred. Mangles & Co., at Fremantle, free of expense by FEEDEEICK CEOFT. Perth, Oct. 27,1848. For Bunbury and the Vasse. THE fine colonial built cutter TYPO, 20 tons burthen, W. Allen, master, will run regularly between Fremantle, Bunbury and the Vasse, once a month (or oftener, should sufficient freight offer).-For freight or passage apply to Mr. A. Myers, Perth Hotel; to the Master, on board; or to S. Moore & Co. Agents, Fremantle.   In order to ensure dispatch, and prevent disappointment to shippers, goods will at all times be received and wareh...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Land Regulations. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 11 November 1848

Land Regulations. [CONTINUED.] But while I for these reasons consider it to be ?necessary that those who occupy wild lands for pasturage should not bo permitted to acquire a permanent property in their runs until they can afford to purchase them at the price now esta- blished by law, I am by no means insensible to the force of the arguments which have been urged against the existing practice of allowing the occu- pation of these runs to be secured only for a single year at a time, by which the holders are discou- raged from attempting improvements of which they have no assurance of reaping the benefit. I admit that both the interest of the public and of the individual occupiers of wild lands would be promoted by permitting Buch lands, when not wanted for settlement, to be held for longer pe- riods than has hitherto been the practice, and by ? securing to the occupiers, at the end of their tenancy, tho value of any improvements they may have effected. In this manner, I believe, vario...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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The Government Gazette. TUESDAY, November 7,1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 11 November 1848

The Government Gazette. TUESDAY, November 7,1848. Whereas by the first section of au Oi' dinance to provide for the establishment of proper places for the burial of the dead, passed the I2th day of August, 1847, it is enacted that it shall be lawful for his Ex- cellency the Governor in Executive Coun- cil from time to time, to appoint by Pro- clamation such place or places in each dis- trict as shall be deemed expedient to be reserved for the burial of the dead ; Now. therefore I the Governor with the advice of the Executive Council, do by this my Proclamation appoint the undermentioned place as a reserve specially set apart for the burial of the dead, of the Eoman Ca- tholic community. Perth bullama lats T 41 & 42. "Whereas the undermentioned Ordinan- ces passed by the Governor of Western Australia with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof were pass- ed in the lOfch year of Her Majesty's reign, namely : 10th Viet., No. 13-An Ordinance to pro- vide furth...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 11 November 1848

To be Let. THE Farm of " WOODLANDS," con- taining 4,200 acres, 100 of same en- closed in a ring fence, 60 being cleared and in cultivation, with suitable buildings on, the premises, and a vineyard of about 3 acres, enclosed with a substantial 5-railed fence, being stocked with 3000 vines of the choicest sorts, and 200 worked fruit trees, nearly all in full bearing. Rent taken principally in improvements ? and keep of cattle, and possession given about the 1st of next January. ^ Fifty head of Cattle and a flock of Sheep will be let with the Farm if required. For particulars apply (if by letter, post paid) to Mr. Mellersh', York ; or to Mr. Lawrence, Solicitor, Perth. Oct. 16, 1848. NOTICE. STRAYED into the herd of the under- signed, one bay entire colt about two years old, with star on the forehead, white nose, and a small patch of white on the near fore foot. If not claimed within the time allowed by the Act, it will be sold to pay expences of keep, «fee. JOHN FLEAY. Oct. 24, 1848. ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE INDEPENDENT JOURNAL. "Vox populi, vox Dei." SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 11 November 1848

THE INDEPENDENT JOURNAL. «« Vox populi, vox Dei." SATURDAÏ^NOVEMBERTI, 1848. THE Champion arrived on Tuesday last, with his Lordship the Bishop of the Dio- cese and the Venerable Archdeacon Hale. The files of newspapers from the neigh- boring colonies by this arrival, are the largest we have ever received, numbering upwards of 180 packages ; the dates are Adelaide, Oct. 10 ; Sydney, Sept. 24, and Hobart Town, Sept. 16; but from the latter we have also received papers up to Oct. 10 by the Waterlilly, but they con- tain no news of any great importance. In Sydney great commercial depression exists, arising from the depreciation in the value of wool in the home market, and many failures have ensued ; large arrivals of immigrants having however taken place, it was hoped that a consequent fall in the rates of wages, would enable the wool growers yet to obtain a remunerating price. In Van Diemen's Land, the future ar- rangements of the convict establishment still occupies a great share of ...

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To the Rt. Rev. the Lord Bisliop of Adelaide. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 11 November 1848

To the Et. Rev. the Lord Bisliop of Adelaide. My Lord,-Your actual position as a Bishop, your influence, and what you may do, are keenly scrutinized by the members of the Church and community generally. I, like the rest of my fellow Churchmen believe your power of doing good is great ; I and they hope that the power will not be suffered to remain inactive: Your Lordship's first step-that with- out which all others must be futile-is the inculcating of right views regarding the relative position of our Church, its rights and privileges to our Ministers and lead- ing chuvclimen. When this is once taken, your path will be clear ; and much real good may be effected. There are many alterations which the moderate part of the church community have desired, and which it now anticipates from your position and influence. Omitting many, I will mention one or two respecting which there is little difference of opinions among just and peaceable churchmen} but the opposite spirit of which has cause...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And Independent Journal Of Politics And News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News — 11 November 1848

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED.-Ou Tuesday, the 7th inst., the Col. sehr. Champion, IA. F. Helpman master, from S. Australia and the Out-ports. Passengers-The Rt. Rev. Dr. Short, Archdeacon Hale, Mr. Wol- laston, Mr. Belches, and Mrs. Helpman and three children. On Friday, 10th inst., the schooner Bandicoot, Bowden master, from Batavia. Same day, the brigantine Waterlilly, G-watkin master, from Hobart Town. Same day, an American whaler. SAILED.-On the 8th inst. the sehr. Thomas Lord, for Singapore. Cargo-6 tons pig lead, 30 cwt. copper ingots, 1 case hams, and 43 tons San- dal "Wood. IK HARBOUR.-Brigantines Empreés and Wa- terlilly, schrs. Champion and Bandicoot, and an American whaler. The Bandicoot will sail on Wednesday next for Adelaide and Hobart Town. IMPORTS. Per Bandicoot, from Batavia.-766 bags sugar, 127 bags coffee, 476 bags rice, 30 boxes tea, 24.0 bundles rattans, 1 box cloves, 4 bags katjangzana, 6 boxes glass, 450 cocoa nuts, 1 boFtlc Turkey rhubarb, and 2 cases plant...

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