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SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1865. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 7 July 1865

SUPREME COURT-CRIMINAL SIDE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1865. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] The cases tried this day were of very little general interest Alexander Ramage, expirée, charged with arson at Guildford. From the evidence it appeared that J on the night of the 21st April, the thatched roof of a house occupied by two brothers, named Gahan, at Guildford, was found by them on fire, but they succeeded in putting it out. On the following morning they found some clothing left on the fence overnight had been taken away. The Police were sent for and some tracks found, which were followed and led to the prisoner, lying on the ground, and also to the missing clothing. A verdict of not Guilty was returned, but the prisoner was subsequently indicted for stealing the clothing, found guilty and sentenced to 2 years' imprisonment with hard labor. William Green, c.p. was indicted for burglary at the house of George Holland, on the Guildford road. The evidence on the part of the prosecutio...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 14 July 1865

For Shanghai. THE fine brig ANN SANDERSON, J. H. Dobie, Commander, will\ _____ have immediate despatch, hav-' ing nearly the whole of her tonnage en- gaged. In addition to, a few tpns^of Freight, she can take a limited, number of horses ; aila she has good accommoda- tion for.a ïew^passengérs. \ Apply early to /-,.; w ¿j BICKLEY & CO. * v Fremantle^ July 12,1865. Sale by Auction at Ere mantlel!! EX "MARY CUMMINGS," £c. IR. SAISOI,' (Government Auctioneer), WILL Sell by Auction at his Rooms in Cliff Street, on MONDAY, the 17th '' Jilly, 1865, at II o'clock precisely :- . A LARGE quantity of goods just re- ceived per Mary Cummings, consist- ing of Superior Negrohead Tobacco, Congou Tea, Rice, Rum in hhds., Whis- key in j-Casks, Champagne Cyder, White Lead, Turpentine, Boiled and Linseed Oüs, Colza do., and a variety of other goods, the whole of which -mil be sold without reference to Invoice. ALSO, If time permits, will be offered a large consignment of goods now landing from ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 14 July 1865

JSppittÔ litteUipna. AEEIVALS. July. 7.-Sea Spray, 33 tons, John O'Grady, master. Cargo-78 bags flour, 306 do. bran, 38 do. wheat, and 3 pkgs. KING GEOEGE'S SOUND SHIPPING. ABBIVAIiS. July 2.-A.S.N. Co/s s.S. City of Adelaide 1000 tons. B. Paddle, commander, from Ade- laide, with mails and passengers for tranship- ment to the Northam. July 3.-P. & O. Co/s KM. s.s. Northam, 1800 tons, N. Skottowe, commander, from Sydney and Melbourne, with mails and passengers for England. July 7.-P. & O. Co.'s E.M. s.s. Jeddo ;i500, tons, A. Farquhar, commander, from Galle with mails and passengers from England. VESSEL IN HARBOR. RockligM, discharging coals for F. & Co. DEPARTURES. June 26.-Blackwall, ship, 1180 tons, Creary, master, for Callao, in ballast. July 4.-P. & Co.s' E.M. s.S. Northam, 1800 tons, N. Skottowe, commander, for Galle, with mails and passengers for England. July 7.-A.S.N. Co.s* s.s. City of Adelaide, 1000 tons. B. Paddle, commander, for Adelaide w...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 14 July 1865

SOUTH AUSTBATiTA. The most important item of intelligence is that the Treasurer in his financial state- ment, gave a glowing account of the pros- perity of the colony, and proposed the following fiscal changes :-Free distilla- tion from 1st Jan. 1866, a revision of the licensing system, and the removal of ad valorem duties, which in effect gives al- most entire free trade. At a Government land sale, 8973 acres of a squatting run realised ¿821,600. The Government balance in the banks amounts to «£250,000. A new Banking Company had been formed, with a capital of ¿6250,000 in 50,000 shares, for which there were ap- plications for 110,430. The exports of bread stuffs to the end of May was 15,249 tons, being less than the quantity sent away up to the same time in the previous year. FLOUR MARKET.-Prices nominal at from ¿ei810s. to ¿619 10s. Wheat 8s. 3d. in town, 8s. 6d. at the Port. The state of the runs in the far north, appears to be that they have gone from bad to worse. We take the f...

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AMERICA. THE ASSASSINATION OF THE PRESIDENT, THE ATTEMPTED MURDER OF THE SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 14 July 1865

.AMERICA. THE ASSASSINATION OF THE PRESIDENT, THE ATTEMPTED MUBDEE OF THE SECEETART. The attacks both at the theatre and at Secretary Seward's house took place at about the same hour (10 o'clock), thus showing a preconcerted plan to assassi- nate these gentlemen. The funeral of Mr. Lincoln followed close upon his death. It was a great national act of mourning. The body lay in state first in Washington, under the dome ot the Capitol, where it was visited by thousands. It was then removed in a solemn state procession through Phila- delphia, and New York, and Albany, and all the chief towns of the Union to its final resting place in Springfield, Illinois, lying in state in each town, and thus lite- rally attended to the grave by the whole people. There never was conceived a more touching tribute to the memory of a popular chief magistrate. THE FLIGHT AND DEATH OF THE ASSASSIN. The energy displayed by the authorities in the pursuit' of the murderer was speedily rewarded by success. With...

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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 14, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 14 July 1865

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." - Shakespeare. FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1865 THE European, Indian, and Colonial Mails arrived in Perth at noon on Tues- day last. The principal news from England re- lating to this Colony, is that contained in the Secretary of State's despatch, which we give, announcing in as curt a manner as is possible, six convict ships are to be sent during the years 1865, 66, 67, after which Transportation from England will cease. In effect giving us little more in- formation than we possessed before, and leaving the question as to the Establish- ment here after that period, we suppose, to be decided as circumstances may arise. The first of the six ships-the Racehorse, had sailed with 280 convicts and guard of 50 Pensioners, with their wives and families. The Daylight anchored at Gravesend on the 3rd May. The Strathmore, Zephyr, and Daylight, were all on ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 14 July 1865

For Sale or Charter. THE smart little Schooner Yacht «CLARENCE PACKET," _peculiarly suitable to the lern or Coasting Trade, is open to «ale, 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. FOE CALCUTTA. OR MADRAS. THE clipper ship "UACEHORSE," ' J, 1077 tons register. Is now _pon her way out, and maybe ex- pected in 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- plication. ' For freight or passage apply to LIONEL SAMSON, Agent. Fremantle, W. A., 27th June, 1865. FOB ADELAIDE. THE well-known fast-sailing brig EUROPA, v190 tons, Captain Lindsay, now _»loading timber at the Vasse, will sail in about three weeks from that port for Adelaide ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 14 July 1865

DEATH. HALE-At the residence of her husband, Wanerenooka, on the 21st of June, the beloved wife of MR. J. B. HALE, after a severe illness ; aged 44 years. Her loss will be severely felt in the neighborhood of Wanerenooka, having conducted the Juvenile School upwards of four years.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 14 July 1865

, 08 J.COLLIS BROWNE'S M Lv^CHLOR0DYNE.>l CHLORODYNE. CHOLERA, DYSENTERY, DIARRHOA, CBAMP, AGUE, FEVER, RHEUMA- TISM, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, COUGH, áo. All pain, vomiting, and distress ceases in a few minutes after taking a dose ofthat won- derful SEDATIVE ANODYNE and ANTI SPASMODIC remedy CHLORODYNE, disco- vered by Dr. J. COLLIS BROWNE, M. R. C. S. L. (ex Army Med. Staff), the recipe of which was confided solely to J. T. DAVENPORT, 33, Great Russell-street, Bloomsbury-square, London, (Pharmaceutical Chemist). The medical testi- mony of civil, hospital, military, and naval practitioners pronounces it invaluable. It re- lieves pain of any kind, soothes the restlessness of fever, and imparts the most refreshing sleep without prodncing or leaving any of the unplea- sant effects of opium. Earl RUSSELL has graciously favoured J. T. Davenport with the following extract of a des datch from Mr. Webb, H.B.M/s Consul at Manilla, dated Sept, 17,1864:-"The remedy most efficacious in its effec...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 14 July 1865

MISCELLANEOUS. THE ROAD-HILI. MXTEDEE.-Another chap- ter has been added to the Road-hill tragedy, the proceedings in relation to which Bow-street Police office appeared among the " Latest In- telligence" in our last. Miss Constance Kent was brought a few years ago before the magis- trates at Townbridtse, and an extraordinary scene took place. Miss Green and the Eeverend Mr. Wagner, ot Brighton, were called. The former, at the commencement of her examina- tion, hoped the bench would not press her to divulge private matter which had been con- fided to her in the capacity of a mother acting confidently to a daughter, and the Reverend Mr. Wagner, when called, positively refused to make known what had been confided to him in confession. The questions of the magistrates, however, elicted these facts :-Miss Kent three weeks ago confessed to Mr. Wagner, that she had murdered her brother. Miss Green hav- ing heard of her guilt sent for her, and pointed out to her the sin of which she had bee...

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FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 14 July 1865

FREMANTLE. (From owr own Correspondent.) On Sunday evening last, a murderous attack was made upon Warder Hollis, by a prisoner named Bushel, who stabbed him in the side with a large dough-knife, a most fearful weapon, being about double the size of an ordinary carv- ing-knife j the blade entered the unfortunate man's side about five inches, and it is surprising that the wound did not cause instant death. Hollis has proved one of the most efficient offi- cers in the service, and has had to do mostly with the 'refractory' class, whom he manages to keep in very good order. Upon enquiry, I find that up to last night, his wound was doing well, but it is too early yet to pronounce him out of danger. " Here is another case for pub- lic sympathy-with poor Hollis-Oh no ! but on behalf of the unfortunate prisoner. The Negro Troupe connected with our Ama- teur Dramatic Company made a very respectable appearance before densely crowded houses on Monday and Tuesday evenings; their perfor- mances ...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIAN BANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 14 July 1865

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN BANK. The Half-Yearly ' General Meeting of the Proprietors of this Establishment was held in Perth, on the 12th instant. Mr. Chas. Wittenoom, having been called to the Chair, opened the business of the Meeting, and read the following report : The Directors have great pleasure in meet- ing the Shareholders, and in reporting to them the continued prosperity of the Establishment committed to their management. Twenty-four years have now elapsed since the Bank first commenced its operations, and it is highly gratifying to those who have watched its progress during this long period, to know that the business of the Bank has been safely conducted, and that, year by year, its resources have been steadily increasing. The result of the past half-year has been, in like manner, favourable, and presents no change of any importance ; the profits of the period, although differing somewhat in detail, being very similar in aggregate amount, to those of the half year immediately pr...

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ITEMS FROM CALCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 21 July 1865

ITEMS FROM CALCUTTA. DREADFUL EARTHQUAKE IN CABOOL.-The Delhi Gazette's correspondent in Cabool, writ- ing on the 5th instant, says :-The following letter was received to-day from Sirdar Fyz Mohamed, from Ukhcha in Toorkistan : " A severe shock of earthquake has been felt here ; almost the whole city of Ukeha has been destroyed by it. The shock was felt all over Balkh, but not so severe as in Ukhcha. In Shiburghan, about two thousand men were buried under their houses, while in Tukbta Bool, and the Muzar Shurreef, the shook was felt very slightly, and, consequently the damage was not much." PLAGUE IN GUZERAT.-We understand that a disease resembling the "Pali Plague" of 1836, has recently broken out in the Northern dis- tricts of Guzaret, and in the Provinces of Pha lanpoor and Rahdunpoor. It is stated that the affection is characterised by the occurrence öi large tumours and abscesses, bearing in this respect some resemblance to the true plague of Alexandria, Cairo, Aleppo, and Dama...

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A GLASS OF MADEIRA. (FROM ALL THE YEAR ROUND.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 21 July 1865

A GLASS OF MADEIRA (FBOM ALL THE TEAB BOUND.) A few years ago the visitor to Madeira found the undulating hills and volcanic peaks, on which the sugar-cane flourishes rankly, still covered with vineyards. Forty different species of grapes produced wine. But in the autumn of 1852 the vine disease suddenly broke out, and still rages unchecked. With the return ot spring arrives the deadly malady, whose sole cause is a small fungus, the oïdium Tuckeri, which settles on the leaves iu the form of a line white powder. The leaves dry up, and are unable to perform their function ot inhaling carbon and exhaling oxygen. The respiration and nourishment of the whole plant are checked, it grows sickly, and ceases to bear fruit, aud if not uprooted, gradually pines to death. The vine disease has not only entailed ruin on many respectable English merchants, but has also exerted a widely-extended influence over the social relaxations of the island. When the first crop failed, twelve years ago, it wa...

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Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. "Be just and fear n[?]; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."—Shakspeare. FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1865. Summary for the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 21 July 1865

frttfe ênuïz * m. &.-"tóm*s. " Be just and fear ni f ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at. be tf y country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-81utkspeare. rF^DAY71^LY2iri865v Summary for the Mail POLITICAL.-The Legislative Council after an exhaustive session of two days, or about nine hours, concluded the law making business of the year provided by the Governor, and as the hon. members found no public topic worth discussion in their august assembly, we must conclude they found all public affairs to be pro- gressing so satisfactorily, that there was no need for their troubling themselves about them. The disallowance by the Secretary of State of the Distillation Bill, was the subject of a notice of motion for papers by Mr. Samson, but when the time came for making it, the Governor induced him to withdraw it on the plea that cor- respondence on the subject was not com- pleted, and thus very comfortably got rid of an ugly subject, which however it would not have been possible in a Legisla...

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GWALLA MINE. June 27, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 21 July 1865

GWALLA HINE. June 27,1865. The downright Engine Shaft is still being worked with a driving lift of l8 fathoms, but the plungers are not yet erected, as I am not sufficiently prepared for them. The B underlay Shaft on the course of the lode is planked down to 30 fathoms, and the engine employed two days in drawing a con- siderable quantity of stuff from the bottom, and the same amount of time was occupied in draw- ing the stuff which had filled the 23 fathom level, employing seven men underground and on the surface. The 30 fathom N.E. drive has been worked by two men, but being without ore, I withdrew them from it, and put them to sink at the bot- tom of the l8 fathom level, where ore is to be had. The 30 fathom S.W. drive, occupying six men is at present poor but the lode is large and I expect shortly to win the ore coming down from the 23 fathom level, which produced H ton per fathom. The D shaft has been this month repaired and timbered, and cleared of a great quantity of stuff to...

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YANGANOOKA MINE. June 24, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 21 July 1865

YANGANOOKA MINK. June 24, 1865. 20-Fathom Level.-^-TMa level, N.E. of Engine Shaft, I have suspended in consequence of not being able to raise the stuff while the shaftinen are sinking below. Engine Shaft.-This shaft is sinking by 6 men and two windlass men; the ground sunk this month has been 5 fathoms, producing 5 tons copper ore per fathom, at about 25 to 30 per cent. ; this shaft is improving as we go down, and has every appearance of making a large deposit of ore in the under levels. Shenton's Whim Shaft B.-This shaft is sink- ing by 6 men, 2 landers, and 2 whim drivers ; ground sunk tins month 3£ fathoms ; the cha- racter of the lode is much the same as last re- ported, making about 20 thirty-five gallon bar- rels of water per hour. Shenton''* Shaft A.-This shaft is sinking by 6 men ; ground sunk this month 4 fathoms, lode 4£ feet wide, producing at present 3 tons copper ore per fathom, of about 40 per cent., and has every appearance of improvement. I have cleaned this month-8...

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FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 21 July 1865

I FREMANTLE: (From our own Correspondent.) . The Favorite, which vessel left on Sunday morning returned again to port the same even- ing, two of her crew having met with an acci- dent. They were' oat upon one of the yards when a rope gave way and precipitated them on to the vessel's deck ; one poor fellow broke his leg, but the second escaped without any injury. The Favorite proceeded on her voyage the following day. On Monday the barque Palestine anchored in the Boads, 88 days oat from England. She is .freighted with immi- grants and general cargo. Wednesday, 19th.-The cutter Albert sailed this evening for Boebuck Bay direct; calling I believe at Tien Tsin Bay upon her return trip; during the afternoon the immigrants per Pales- tine were landed, and nearly all of them pro- ceeded direct to Perth per steamer, where I ex- pect they will prove a welcome addition to the labor market. There was so much dancing in my head last Thursday morning when I wrote my budget, that Mr. F. Eoe and ...

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VICTORIA PLAINS. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 21 July 1865

VICTOBIA PLAINS. ,(From our own Correspondent;) The lambing season is now over, and so far I can hear, flockowners are not dissatisfied . tine drop, though had there been a little » rain, the average of lambs would have . better both in regard to quality and quan ity. On the 19th nit. the manager of the principal > form on the Plains was married, at the ia Catholic Mission, to a young lady to ¡r%e had been paying his addresses for a »b^of years ; the affair passed off with great t, a large number of ladies and gentlemen Fcolo^-witnessing the ceremony ; immediately (ter the knot, which ' Punch1 terms the ' Tom Tool's/ being tied the happy bridegroom in- dicated with joy (?) started for his residence rhere he intends passing the honeymoon ina itinual round of visits, to the sheep-stations : i young and lovely bride having remained be " a night to regain her composure, did not eh her home tül the next-day, having been iven up in a coach and four-bullocks. X mentioned in one of my co...

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Mining Reports. The Fortune Copper Mining Company, Limited. Fr[?]mantle, Western Australia, 29th June, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 21 July 1865

Miming Reports. i JbrtMM ChggMr Mining Company, Limited. FrmùmOe, Wettern Australia, ... 29th June, 1865. I Cía,--I beg to forward you my monthly of this mine viz. : NJS. «ML-Driving by 6 men, lode not . down y et, consequently I cannot speak i character of the same at present; we are * besidethe lode, having much easier r [fO S.W. «ad.--Driving by 6 men ; lode at this ' 'tt divided into two branches, one of i Jala-inches wide, producing i ton copper , the other producing only stones r ore; this end baa layed open a >vber ore ground about 3 fathoms 'that'distance about 1 ton i ; this end will shortly im lisA/good lode slaking on, at or ' , $om the 40 mthom leveL by 4 .men, lode l8 jiaeing. U ton copper ore per '" 1>focowmunioate-ttis to the 60 L fing days, when we shall be food piece of copper ore ¿¿J by 8-men, dod» 8 copper ore per 80 N.B. and.-Driving by 4 men, lode 6 feet wide, producing 4 tons lead ore per fathom, from70 to 75 percent, when dressed;this point of operation ...

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