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MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 22 February 1834

MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. Bacon, per lb. 2s. Hams, ditto, Is. 6d. Butter (salt), Is. Ad' a (fresh),-2s 6 Bread, 4 lb loaf, Is 2d Beef (salt), per lb. bd. * (fresh) Is. Gd. Mutton, per lb. Is. 6d. Kangaroo, per lb. Is. c1. Pork (fresh), per lb. Is 3d. (salt), Se/. Cheese, Sydney, per lb. 2s. ditto, English, 2s. Coffee, per lb. none Eggs, per doz. 2s 6d Milk, per quart Sd Fowls, each 3 a 5s Wild-fowl,; pigeon, 9d; duck, 2s ; teal, Is ; swan, 6 a 8s Dried fruits, per lb. lOd Raisins, per lb. 10c?, Oil, per gallon 10s Rice, per lb. 6d Wine, Cape, per gall-on 4 s 6à Bum Ditto, 14s. Brandy, Ditto 16« Gin, Ditto, 16s Sugar, per lb. - - , Tea, per lb. none Potatoes, per lb. 3 a \d -Cabbages, each 3d Flour per lb. by the bag, Wheat, per bushel la» Hay, per ton 4Í8 Soap, per lb. I s Starclí, peril». 2s Tobacco, pei Jb. Vinegar, pej gallon 5 a di Gunpowdei, per lb 4* Shot, diM ., - Ale and ¡ ortet, per do«. 24s . EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, BY CHARLES MACFAULL, AT THE GAZETTE OFFICE, PERTH. T...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 22 February 1834

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. On the 20th inst, the cutter Fanny, navigated by Mr. Stephen Henty, left the Tamar on the 29th ult. ; arrived at King George's Sound on the 13th, left on the 17th, and reached this port on the 20th inst. The Freak, of Sydney, was watering at the Sound. Off Cape Out- way spoke the Bolina from London, bound to Sydney. Lying in Gages Roads-The Austra- lian, Thistle. Monkey, and Fanny. In Cockburn Sound, the government schoo- ner Ellen. The Australian will sail to-morrow ; the Ellen for K. G. Sound & Augusta on Wednesday next. A MAIL is open for Van Diemen's Land per Thistle. Imports per Fanny, burthen 36 tons, from Launceston : 18 hhds. rum, 9 baskets and 3 casks tobacco, 20 chests tea, 3 cases sherry, 2 cases prints, 2 casks slops, 1 cask crockery, 5 hhds. porter, 1 bundle tea trays, 3 coils rope, 2 bags hair brooms, 1 bale sundries.

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1834 [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 22 February 1834

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1834 BY the Fanny from Launceston, we have our hies of Van Diemen's Land journals up to the 10th of January. The Tasmanian of that date, contains a sunnu.iry of English intelligence up to the 7th Sept., we must, however, defer giving any extracts until our next. Nothing; has t auspired regarding the subject ivhicu more immediately interest« usât the prirent moment-namely, the departure from Eu^l.iud of Governor SIR JAMES STIRLING The few Kng lish letters received by Way of Van Die men's Luir strengthen the opinion which is generally entertained, that we may daily expect an arrival from England. The state of the public mind as to the Clergy, is represented to be highly ex- cited. One of the acts recently passed had restricted all legal claims to Church property to the last 60 years, and had foreclosed them altogether if not enforced within a period expiring on the lo Au- gust. " Thousaud.s ol suits " had been instituted in consequenc...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 22 February 1834

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND INTELLIGENCE. "A Parliamentary Return has just reached us, which details some extensive and satisfactory   savings in our colonial expenditure. The retrench-   ment we advert to is not altogether immediate, but the certainty that an improved system will be adopted for the future, is sufficient to justify our approbation of the plan. These salutary reduc- tions are fixed upon the following scale : BRITISH. GUINEA-The governor is to lose 3,500l out of 6,258l ; and the office of the King's receiver, 500l; bookkeeper-general, 621l, re-   ceiver of dues, 395/ ; and colonial agent, 600l' to be abolished. CEYLON.-The governor, loses 3,200/ out of 11,700l, immediately-and 1000l more on the retirement of Sir W. Horton. The stud establish- ment, which cost 1,091l, and the government vessels, which were a charge of 2,093l, are to be   got rid of by sale. FERNANDO PO.-This establishment is at an end ; no money will be require...

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PAPER MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 22 February 1834

PAPER MONEY. We recommend the following remark, from the last number of the Monthly Magazine, on paper currency to th« serious perusal cftlm-e «ho would argue that the present distress an,ung people in business in Hobart town is occasioned In the over issues of discounting of ihe bunks, when at the same time it is very likely that .sum.! additional issue from that puttrce, or home more jwaitive dibtribution of the funds in the colonial chest,, w»uld very materially relieve the pressure :~ " Whatever may be advanced upon the ground of ancient usage and settled convenience w ith regard to the royal prerogative or coining gold and silver money, assuredly the same arguments do not apply' to the question of a free and unlimited pa per circulation. In the immense aiid universally diffused and complicated commercial transactions of this great natio\ it is not in the power of ty- ranny and folly to restrain us from the use of paper money, and indeed the extension of the currency is the grav...

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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 22 February 1834

EXTRACTS. AN " ELEGANT."-Lord Mute is an English élégant-a dandy. You know not what he has been. He seems as .if he never could have been a boy : all appearance of nature has departed from him. He is six feet of inanity inveloped in cloth ! You cannot believe God made him- Stultz must h?ive beejn his Frankenstein. He dresseth beautifully-let us allow it-therein nothing is outie1 aljoüt him ; you see not in him the slovenly Magnificence of other nations. His characteristic is neatness. His linen how white! His shirt bottons-how regu arly set in! His colours how well chosen ! His boots are the only things splendid in his whole costume. Lord Mute has certainly an excellent taste ; it appears in his horses, his livery, his cabriolet. He is great in a school of faultless simplicity. There can be no doubt that in equipage and dress, Englishmen excel all other Europeans. But Lord Mute never converses When he is dressed, there is an end of him -Lytton Bulwer s England and the Eng- lish-unpu...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 22 February 1834

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, February 18, 1834   NOTICE is hereby given, that His Honor Lieutenant Governor Daniell   has been pleased to appoint Peter   Pegus, Esquire, to the situation of Assistant Superintendent of Native Tribes. By His Honor's command PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth,   February 20, 1834. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Commissariat Stores will be open for the reception of WHEAT from Agriculturists on any Day after Mon- day next, the 24th Instant, (Holidays   excepted) between the hours of 9 and 4,   agreeably to the proposal made by the   Local Government contained in a Notice from this Office, published in the Ga- zette of the 13th of June, 1833. By His Honor's command.   PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICE.   Colonial Secretary's Office. Perth, &a...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the "Perth Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 22 February 1834

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the "Perth Gazette." SIR.-Observing a statement in your last paper   respecting the conduct of the Natives lately, with the remark (amongst others) that "It would be   well for the Superintendent to take some steps to protect us from their depredations, I feel myself called upon to acquaint you, that in consequence of the reduction made in theEstablishment, which   I have hitherto conducted for the purpose of con- trolling the Natives, I have not a man at my dis- posal tor any of the purposes so necessary for the preservation of the Peace, and protection of pro- perty ; and having been confined by an accident for some time, I can only lament, what it is out of my power by individual exertion to remedy. As the observations in your paper are calculated to convey the idea of neglect of duties, which it has hitherto been my endeavour and anxious wish to perform to the beat of my ability, I trust your will do me the ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 March 1834

i SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. On Tuesday the 25th ult., the Au- stralian, Capt. Goumard, for the Mau- ritius. The government schooner Ellen has been detained, but was"expected to sail for K. G.'s Sound and Augusta this morning. The Thistle will sail on Tuesday for K. G.'s Sound and Launceston. Lying in Gage's Roads.-The This- tle, Monkey, and, Fanny.

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MAGISTRATE'S COURT, PERTH, Before the Hon. W. H. Ma kie, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 March 1834

MAGISTRATE'S COURT, PERTH, Before the Hon. TV. H. Maude, Esq. Henry Terry was summoned by John Mason, his landlord, for having clandes- tinely removed his effects from his lodg- ings to deprive his landlord of the power of distraining, thereby subjecting himself to forfeit double the value of the goods removed. On defendant entering into an agreement, with security, to pay the rent by instalments, the charge was dropped. John Paget, a private in the 21st regt., was. fined 10s. for drunkenness, and assault upon George Smith,-and on refusal to pay, was sentenced to one Calendar month" imprisonment, with hard jabour. A complaint by Mary Mason, of the ' Freemason's Arms/ against three per- sons for refusing to quit her house after the hour for closing, was dismissed, it appearing that she had not taken the proper measure of sending for the con- stable, until long after the proper hour.

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MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 March 1834

MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. Bacon, per lb. 2s. Hams, ditto, Is. Gd. Butter (salt), Is. ¿d' a (fresh),2s 6. Bread, 4 lb loaf, Is. 2d Beef (salt), per lb. bd. (fresh) Is. Gd. Mutton, per lb. Is: Gd. Kangaroo, per lb. Is. d. Pork (fresh), per lb. Is 3d. (salt), Sd. Cheese, Sydney, per lb. 2s. ditto, English, 2s. Coffee, per lb. none Eggs, per doz. 2s Gd Milk, per quart Sd Fowls, each 3 a 5s Wild-fowl; pigeon, 9d; duck, 2s; teal, Is swan, 6 a 8s Dried fruits, per lb. lOd Raisins, per lb. 10<¿ Oil, per gallon 10s Rice, per lb. Gd Wine, Cape, per gallie 4 s Gd Rum Ditto, 14s. Brandy, Ditto 16*« Gin, Ditto, 16s Sugar, per lb. - ¡ Tea, per lb. none Potatoes, per lb. 3 a 4<f .-Cabbages, each 3c/ Flour per lb. by the bag, Wheat, per bushel 13<¡ Hay, per ton £S Soap, per lb. J s Starch, per lb. 2s Tobacco, per Jb. Vinegar, per gallon il a 6* Gunpowder, per lb ^4 s Shot, ditto,-? Ale and porter, per doz. 24s EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, BY CHARLES MACFAULL, AT THE...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. (From the "TASMANIAN," Jan. 10, 1834.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 March 1834

EUROPEAN NEWS. (From the "TASMANIAN," Jan. 10, 1834.) j Now Ministers have obtained at least three ¡ months' breathing time, they will have quite j enough to occupy them.-First, at home, the dis- ; tress which prevails in every part of the United i Kingdom is unspeakable ! It is quite apparent, j that it would have been utterly impossible for the Govern mer t to have gone on another year, with- out giving way, but for the RETURN TO PA PUK MONEY? To that miserable measure, by which Ministers have now tied themselves, hand and foot, to the Chair of the Br.nk-a measure which all admit is only chiving off the evil day for a very short time-the next step being, of necessity, the " adjustment of the debt" by converting it in- to terminable annuities, of course as long as the temper of the times will permit. That the winter, and the exacerbation of the general distress there- by produced, may hasten this " adjustment," and others which are at hand, is obvious ; that it will do so, depends ...

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PORTUGAL. (From the "GLOBE," September 6.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 March 1834

PORTUGAL. (From the " GLOBE," September 6.) " Advices have been received from Lisbon to the 31st August, and from Oporto to the 2d Au- gust. It appears that on the 26th Don Pedro and his suite embarked on board the William IV. at Oporto, and after a pleasant passage along the coast, reached Lisbon on Sunday, the 28th, in the forenoon. When the steamer arrived opposite Fort St. Julian, she displayed the Constitutional tíag at each mast-head, and fired a royal salute. Fort St. Julian and the other forts immediately fired a salute, and His Britannic Majesty's schoo- ner Pike% which was beating out of the Tagus with a mail for England, fired a salute, and the sailors manning the yards gavesthree hearty cheers. On approaching Belem, the steamer was surrounded by hundreds of boats of all sizes, decorated with blue and white flags from stem to stern, and crowd- ed with passengers shouting " Viva Don Pedro " and " Viva Donna Maria !" The appearance of the British ships of war was truly gran...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 March 1834

SYDNEY NEWS. The rains came too late for most of tho wheat crops, in the southern and western parts of the district, and in many places the crops will be an entire failure. Jn the eastern and northern parts of the district, and especially in the neighbourhood of Bong Bong, the crops are better, and in some places truly abundant ; in these parts, the late heavy thunder showers have much lodged the thickest and heaviest crops, but as they were fast approaching maturity, it is hoped th-3 consequences will not be very important. Upon the whole, it seems certain that the produce of the whole dis- trict will be insufficient for its consumption. The rains have been almost too much for the white and more tender kinds, the stems of which are weak, and lie close to the ground ; much has become rotten underneath, and the return will he less than was expected some time since. Grey peas standing up better, are extremely luxuriant,, and bid fair to yield a most abundant crop.

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 March 1834

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEfVS. We have on frequent occasions striven to en- courage the exertions of our agricultural friends to the rearihg of horses, in the hope that a fa- vourable market would be afforded us in india. We were led indeed to do so in a great measure by the arguments and prospects held out in the same respect by Ccipt. Stirling, the present Go- vernor of Swan River, to the new settlers of that colony. From the tenor of the following letter, with a copy of which we have been kindly favour- ed, we fear it would be vain and unprofitable to entertain any hope of gain in the disposal of this article of our produce in the Indian maiket, what- ever the colony of New South Wales with its herds of wild mountain horses may do. The letter is issued from the military department, and is dated at Fort St. George, August 9, 1833. To the Secretary to Government at New South Wales. Sir,-The right honorable the Governor in council having been given to understand that horses fit for cavalr...

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LOSS OF THE "AMPHITRITE." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 March 1834

LOSS OF THE " AMPHITRITE." By a passenger who arrived in a steam-vessel from Calais, we learn the following particulars of the most melancholy occurrence which took place during the tremendous storm on Saturday, the 31st October, within a half a mile of the Port of Boulogne : Early in the afternoon of that day, our inform ant thinks between two and three o'clock, a vessel, said to be the Amphitrite, Hunter, commander, bound to Botany Bay, with 125 female convicts on board, and several children, grounded about half a mile to the right of Boulogne, and within a short distance of the shore. Assistance was promptly tendered, but was refused by the captain in the most positive manner. It is said, that he even carried a pistol in each hand, threatening to shoot any person who should attempt to come on board. His obstinacy is supposed to have proceed   ed from the hope that the ship would be got off on the return of the tide ; and he is represented to have been further stimula...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1834 [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 March 1834

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1834 IN our last number we stated, that we had received Van Diemen's land journals up to the 10th of January, the Courier has since reached us, dated the 17th, with English news to the 25th of Sept. In Portugal Miguel had made his last effort in an attack by Bourmont on Lisbon, from which he was repulsed with much loss. Donna Maria, the ac- knowledged Queen, had embarked from ! England. The meeting of the absolute j Powers, Russia, Austra, and Prussia, at Topliz, was augured by some to por- tend war on the liberal Governments ol' France and England, but Prussia was known to be decid ed iy opposed to a rupture. Under the head of shipping intelli- gence we perceive that, in Mr. Hardy's ! list, at the Jerusalem CoiFee-house, of ships trading to British Colonies, the James Pattison and the Quebec Trader, are still reported as lying on for this port. " The Bolina, bound for Sydney, the vessel we noticed in our last week's shipping report as ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 1 March 1834

TEN POUNDS REWARD. WHEREAS the GARDENS ad- joining the water-side at Perth have been repeatedly plundered of Ve- getables and Fruit, in some instances apparently with a malicious intent:— Notice is hereby given, that the above reward of TEN POUNDS, will be paid to any person or persons who may give such information as may lead to the con- viction of any one of the Offenders. Apply to W. LEEDER, Perth. JAMES OUGDEN, SMITH AND FARRIER, BEGS leave to return his sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public in general for the liberal patronage he has received since his commencement in tho above Business, and trusts, by striet attention, to merit a continuance of their support. N. B.-J. O. has now an excellent HORSE on hire, remarkably well adapted for either the saddle or draft. ON SALE AT THE STORES OF THE UNDERSIGNED, FLOATING Lights, Bath bricks, Tobacco, Drill trowsers, Un- bleached calico, Striped ginghams, Combs, Check shirts, Copper scales and weights, Velvet caps, Tin cullenders,...

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MAGISTRATE'S COURT, PERTH, [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 March 1834

MAGISTRATE'S COURT, PERTH, BEFORE the Hon. W. H. MACKIE, and J. Mor- gan, Esquires, J. s P. . Thomas Davis, blacksmith, living under Mt. Eliza, was fined on Wednesday last one pound, for assaulting his wife, Catherine Davis. It ap- pearing in the course of the evidence that Cathe- rine was drunk, the Magistrates fined her 5s. Jeremiah Butterworth preferred a charge against George Embleton, for removing a log of wood from the bush at the back of Perth. After a long investigation, it was decided that the tree" in dis- pute was not the property of Jeremiah Butter- worth, and that the expenses should be divided between the parlies. It will be perceived by reference to an advertise- ment in this clay's Journal, that a liberal reward is offered for the detection of the miscreants who have committed repeated depredations in the gar- dens adjoining the water side, which we sincerely trust will lead to the discovery of the delinquents. If any person should be fortunate enough to bring them w...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 March 1834

To the Editor of the Perth Gazette. Sin,-Having observed in a recent Van Die men's Land paper an account of a reef said to have been discovered by the barque Merope about nine miles from Bald Head, at the entrance to King George's Sound,-and considering it of the first importance to navigators that the correct j position of the same should be known, I doubt j not your readiness to appropriate a small space in j your va uable columns for such a desirable pur- j puse, and ha\e therefore forwarded you the ac-j r-wmpanying description of this danger, which has ! 1 >ng been known under the name of Maude's Reef, and wa-* surveyed by me nearly two years : ago while on board H. M. Ship 'Sulphur.'-- [ Maude's Reef bears from the extremity of Bald ' Head S. VV. b. S. by compass, distant seven miles; from the summit of the largest Eclipse Island Ë. S. K., distant tour and a quarter miles ; from , the summit of Peak Head S. J E., distant five j miles ; and from Vancouver's Breakers S.S.W.^W....

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