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MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 March 1834

MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. Bacon, per lb. 2.?. Mus, ditto, Is. 6d. utter (salt), Is. Bread, 4 lb loaf, Is. 6d .Beef (salt), per lb. 5rf. (fresh) Is. 6d. Mutton, per lb. Is; 6d. Kangaroo, per lb. Is. d. Pork (fresh), per lb. Is 3d. (salt), Se?. Cheese, Sydney, per lb. 2s. dlttoi English, 2s. Coffee, per lb. none Eggs', per doz. 2s 6d Milk'j per quart 8d Fowls, each 3 a 5s Wild-fowl ; pigeon, 9d ; duck, 2s;' teal, Is ; . swan, 6 a 8s Dried fruits, per lb. Hd Raisins, per lb. lid Oil, per gallon 10s Rice, per lb. 6d Wine, Cape, per gallon1 5 s 6d Rum Ditto, 14s. Brandy, Ditto 16«* Gin, Ditto, lös Sugar, per lb. - Tea, per lb. 8s Gd Potatoes, per lb. Ad -Cabbages, each 3d Flour per lb. 6d, by the bag, A^d Wheat, per bushel 13*' Hay, per ton £& Soap, per lb. ) s Starch, per lb. 4s fid. Tobacco, pei Jb. Vinegar, pei gallon 12* Gunpowder, per lb Os Shot, ditto, Ale and porter, per doz. 24s EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, BY CHARLES MACFAULL, AT THE GAZETTE OFFICE, PERTH. Terms of Subsc...

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CASPER HAUSER. (From the "HOBART TOWN COURIER.") [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 March 1834

CASPER HÄUSER. (From Hie " HOBART TOWN COURIER.") We have received by the Wave a copy of Casper ilause^p! a book which was exciting much interest atnome, being an account of an in- dividual kept in a dungeon, separated from all communication with the world, from earlv child- hood till about the age of seventeen, lie was found in Nuremberg in a state. which threw the grea.eat mystery over his previous life. Ilauser was at that time about sixteen or seventeen years old, had never learnt to speak, and soon showed that he had been shut out during his whole life from all communication with the worW. A narrow dark dungeon, in which he was always obliged to -remain in a sitting posture, so that even his bwnes had assumed a peculiar shape, had been all the space allowed to the unhappy being in this wide world ; w ater and coarse bread, all the food he^had ever tasted ; a shirt, all his clothing ; and now and then stripes, inflicted by the unseen hand of his fiendish keeper, when he happened...

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SYRIA—THE JEW AMSLAK AND MR. WOLFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 March 1834

SYRIA-THE JEW AMSLAK AND MR. WOLFF. I had. the good fortune to be on terms of inta macy with a worthy Jew, of the name of Amslak. He was a man of good fortune, and reputed over the city to be possessed of great rabbinical know- ledge. I was in the habit of dining with him al- most daily : he talked much of his friend, Mr. Joseph' Wolff, the Jewish missionary ; the Bibles, he told me, which Mr. W-distributed over the city were collected after his departure, and publicly burnt in the court of the synagogue. " But how comes it," said I, " that Mr. W aserts in his Journal that he left you all but a Christian." " We think it uncivil," replied Amslak, " to contradict people who mean wel]." Ile pointed with pride to the eighteen quarto volumes of the Talmud, and said, "I know every word of them." Amidst other information, I learned from Am slak that the Jews believe the torments of hell not to exceed twelve months' duration. He showed me in the Talmud an ancient legen- dary history of our ...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1834 [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 March 1834

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1834 WE HAVE no later intelligence from England by the Mamboo than that already received by way of Van Diemen's Land. The Captain informs ub that two or three vessels were on the birth for this port, but he can form no opinion of their probable time of sailing. We are fast approach- ing to the winter season ; sincerely do we hope that it will not close in uppn us, before we have arrivals from England/ communicating the result of SIR JAMES STIRLING S efforts on our behalf. Three of the seamen belonging to the Mamboo whaler underwent an examination böfdre G. Leake, Esq., J. P., on Wednesday last, when Captain Skelton preferred a charge against them, for de- serting the ship, upon which they were committed. Six of the seamen, on the arrival of the above vessel in Cockburn Sound, came on shore in one of the whale boats, which they beached near the f wreck of the Emily Taylor, and there left it ta the chance of recovery. Upon this the Ca...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 March 1834

VARIETIES. DEATH OF SPURZHEIM.-The fol- lowing particulars relative to the lamented death of Spurzheim, which we lately stated had taken place at Boston, United States, will be read with interest :-" On the 17th September he com- menced á Course of Lectures on Phrenology at Boston; and soon after, another Course at Havard University, Cambridge, (U S.) These lectures occupied six evenings in the week. He delivered besides, a course of jive lectures before the* medical faculty, xm the Anatomy of the Brain in the day- time. The subject having met with the most fa- vourable reception, he laboured with great earnest- ness to elucidate its principles. His time was much engaged, and the changeable nature of the climate had an unfavourable influence on his con- stitution. Regarding his illness as of less conse- quence than the delivery of his lectures, he ex- erted himself for several days. Cold produced fever, and this imprudence seemed to settle the fever in the system. He was confined to...

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THE GHOST. A very Serious Ballad. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 March 1834

THE GHOST. A very Serious Ballad. 41 I'll be your second."-LISTON. In Middle Row some years ago, There lived one Mr. Brown ; And many folks considered him, . The stoutest man in town. But Brown and stout will both wear out One Fridav he died hard, And left a widow d wife to mourn, At twenty pence a yard. Now widow B. in two short months Thought mourning quite a tax ; And wish'd like Mr. Wilberforce, To manumit her blacks. With Mr. Street she soon was Sweet ; The thing thus came about : She asked him in at home, and then At church he asked her out ! Assurance such as this the man In ashes could not stand ; So like a Phoenix he rose up Against the Hand in Hand. One dreary níglít ihe angry spite Appeared before her view ; * It came á little after one, But she was after two ! '.Oh Mrs. B.; oh Afrs: B. ! ' Are these your sorrow's deeds, Already getting up a flame, To burn your widow's weeds ? " Its not so long since I have left For aye the mortal scene ; My Memory-like Rogers's, Should s...

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To the Editor of the "Perth Gazette." PREVENTION OF SMUT IN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 March 1834

To the Editor of the " Perth Gazette." PREVENTION OF SMÜT IN WHEAT. ^SIR¿-Numberless recipes have been given and tried for the cure of this disease. I have used the following very simple one for more than thirty years, with complete success : Put four bushels of clean wheat in a heap, take a sufficient quantity of fresh boiling water in a common bucket, leaving room to fill up with a gallon of good lime, stir it well : when the lime is dissolved, reduce it by adding cold water to bring it below a scalding heat, pour it upon the top of the heap-shovel up round the bottom, and throw it to the top until the mixture ceases to run away from the bottom ; turn it into a fresh heap till it is thoroughly mixed, leave it in this state till the following morning, it is then fit for sowing. It the seed is smutty, pour it gently into cold water, carefully skimming off the smut balls, and the kernels that have the chaff on, stir it well with a scrub-broom-the water should be changed at least th e...

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DISCOVERIES IN AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 March 1834

DISCOVERIES IN AFRICA. Letters have been received from Mr. Lander, dated Fernando Po, May 9. Our leaders have been already informed of the expédition having entered the river Niger. It appears, that the crew had caugln the fever on the coast, and that they carried the infection with them. During the first month, not less than 20 deaths, occurred among the persons composing the expedition ; in the second, five. Of the\om'cers only three re- mained alive, namely, Messrs. Laird and Lauder and Lieutenant Allen. Mr. Briggs, eldest son of Dr. Briggs, is among the dead. As the survivors had become seasoned to the climate, it was hoped that few, if any, additional deaths would occur. Mr. Lander left the steam boats on the 14th of April, about 400 miles up the Niger, opposite the mouth of Lake Tsehad. The object of his voyage to the coast was to procure necessaries, &c. The country on the banks of the Niger was found to be highly fertile, and capable of being made to produce all kind...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 March 1834

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. On Sunday, the 2d inst., the Maraboo, Capt. Skelton, whaler : left London on the 12th Sept., 1833, bound for Mucassar, put into this port to recruit the captain's health. Captain Toby, of the government schooner   Ellen, spoke the Maraboo off the coast, and, at the request of the captain, piloted her into Cockburn Sound. The Ellen went out of the Harbour on the fol- lowing morning to proceed to K. G.'s Sound. Lying in Gage's Roads.-The Monkey.-In Cockburn Sound, the Thistle, Maraboo, and cut ter Fanny. The Thistle will sail to-morrow morning for K. G.'s Sound and Launceston. BIRTH.-On the 3d instant, at Fremantle, Frances, the wife of Mr. D. SCOTT, Acting Harbour Master, of a son.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 March 1834

GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, March 6, 1834. HIS Honor the Lieutenant Gover- nor directs it to be notified for general Information, that the following Bills are wow about to be submitted to the consideration of the Legislative Council, viz. : 1st. A Bill to regulate the Fencing of ¡ Town and Suburban Allotments. ¡ 2nd. A Bill to amend " An Act to pro- ' vide Summary Remedy for Trespasses committed by Cattle and other Live Stock. By His Honor'1} command PETER BliOWN, Colonial Secretary. ._i_±j*_I GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, j March 6, 1834. | OTÍCE is hereby given, that His ¡ Honor tho Lieutenant Governor i i has been pleased to accept of the Resig- nation of the undermentioned Gentle- men, as "Justices of the Peace," viz. Tib unas Feel, Esquire, Murray River. Francis Henry Byrne, Esquire, Ditto. By His Honor's command. PETER IVROWN, Colonial Secretary ~~ C^J¥ÎSSZRIA1~OFFÏCE7~~ PERTH, MAKCII 7, 1834. kEALED TENDERS in Triplicate, " m...

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LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 8 March 1834

LICENSES. Since the publication on the 11th of January, of the names Ibf those parties who had taker, out Retail and Publicans' Licenses, the following have been added : Perth-Henry Trigg, Retail License. " Thomas Carter, Publicans' ditto. Fremantle-John Davis & Co., Retail ditto. " W. H. Smithers, Publicans' ditto. " Mary Ann Bateman, ditto ditto. Applications having been made at the Colonial Office too late in the week to admit of a Notice appearing under the usual head of Government Notices, we are requested to publish the following list of Individuals about to leave the Colony : - Frederick Pittman, per Fanny. William Burn | Edward Chaplain I ,.- 7 ^ i -MI l i per Mamboo. James Mooney r Joseph Francis j Cumbers of cattle, it will be seen by an ad- vertisement, have been driven in from the bush, and placed in Mr. Phillips's stock-yard, since which, we are told, the party have succeeded in driving in another bullock, and are now in pur- suit of a valuable bull, which it is...

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ANNUITIES TO BE PURCHASED BY PAYMENTS TO SAVINGS BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 15 March 1834

ANNUITIES TO BE PURCHASED BY PAY- MENTS TO SAVINGS BANKS. The bill introduced by the Chancellor of the Exchequer i-> to enable the industrious classes to purchase, through the medium of Savings' Banks, or parochial ¡societies, Government annuities, pre- sent or deferred, for life or term of years. The annuity in no case to exceed - 01. per annum, and not to be transferable or assignable, except in case of bankruptcy or insolvencv; and in the event of the purchaser of a deferred annuity mak- ing default in the annual payments, or dying before the annuity commences, the whole of the money he has paid will be returned to him or his executors, &c. The tables are proposed to be calculated, as uming the rate of interest to be 31. 15«. per cent., which ii less than interest now payable to savings banks ; and th; ugh the return of the payments in the events before staled is rather a new feature in the system of granting deferred annuities, yet, as the tables arc calculated, this ...

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THE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 15 March 1834

THE CHURCH. We do not recollect, among the changes of political feelings in this couutry, any progress so rapid, or indeed, it might be said, any transaction so strik- ing, as that which ha > taken place in the national sentiment with regard to the re-adjustment of the temporalities of the Church of England. Twenty years ago a whisper of disapprobation directed against the constitution of the church establish- ment, against the abuse of patronage, the inequali- ties of ecclesiastical income, the multiplication of pluralists and sinecurists, or above all, against the working of the tithe system itself, would have been toleratGd just so far as it was purely specula- tive and barren of all intentional remedy ; but if hinted at with a view to practical amendment, to a real correction of abuses which in the abstract no man was bold enough to defend, or especially to a substitution for tithe of some less obnoxious means of clerical subsistence, the unhappy church reformer was changed w...

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ANOTHER LOSS OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 15 March 1834

ANOTHER LOSS OF SHEEP. A flock of sheep belonging to Mr. Brockman, .n the Upper Swan, wandered into the bush a considerahle distance, on Friday, the 9th inst, but attended by the shepherd, and were imprudent- ly allowed by him to feed in a swamp during the greater part of the day, which it may be rcmem sred was unusually hot and sultry. In the even- ing, when he prepared to return home with his Hock, he found it impracticable to remove then) from the spot, and, feeling alarmed at the symp- toms of disease, (a disease which has been preva- lent in the Colony, and understood to be that which cornea under the denomination of blood ttriking), hurried home to apprize his master of the circumstance, who instantly made preparations for conveying in a cart, back to the fold, such of tlie sheep as were affected : he then had recourse to the remedy, suggested by Mr. Harris, of "blood letting ;" but unhappily he has experienced a loss of twenty-one sheep. We must say the neglect of so simple a...

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MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 15 March 1834

MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. Bacon, por lb. 2s. Hams, ditto, Is. 6d. Btter (salt), Is. Bread, 4 lb loaf, Is. 6d Beef (salt), per lb. ñd. (fresh) is. 6d. Mutton, per lb. Is. 6d. Kangaroo, per lb. Is. d. Pork (fresh), per lb. Is 3d. (salt), 6ÍZ. 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, 9c? ; duck, 2s ; teal, Is ; swan, 6 a 8s Dried fruits, per lb. \Ad Raisins, per lb. lid Oil, per gallon 10s Rice, per lb. 6d Wine, Cape, per gallon 5s6d Rum Ditto, 14s, Brandy, Ditto 16-« Gin, Ditto, 16s Sugar, per lb. - Tea, per lb. 8* 6d Potatoes, per lb. Ad -Cabbages, each 3d Flour per lb. 6d, by the bag, 4jc/ Wheat, pfT bushel 13s Hay, per ton ¿£S Soap, per lb I a Starch, per Jl 4s 6d. Tobacco, pei jb. Vinegar, pet gallon 12s Gunpowde», per Ib Os Shot, ditto, - Ale and j orter, per doz. 24s EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, BY CHARLES MACFAULL, . AT THE GAZETTE OFFICE, PERTH. Terms of Subscription:-10s...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT FOR 1833. EXTRACT FROM THE SPEECH OF SIR. J. HOBHOUSE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMON[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 15 March 1834

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT FOR 1833. EXTRACT FROM THE SPEECH OF SIR. J. HOBHOUSE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMON». Government found, however, that consistent with the exigencies of the public service, they could not propose such reductions as they could wish, apd that in point of fact the number of men effective and non-effective would be more in this year's estimate than in that of 1830. The diffe- rence would be 7,689 rank and file on the foreign service, and 6,695 on the home service, of which a large portion would be required in Ireland, (tiear, hear.) The right lion, baronent then read a statement in order to show how this aug- mented force was distributed, from which it ap- peared that in the Mediterranean there was a diminution of 1335 in the force since 1S30 ; in the Cape of Good Hope there was an increase of 105 men, in New South Wales an increase of 757 men, the Mauritius of 620, (he need not explain the reason) ; in the West Indies an increase, and in Ceylon and Cana...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, March 14, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 15 March 1834

GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, March 14, i 834. THE Lieutenant Governor directs it to be notified, that the Proclama- tion published in this daj's Gazette, re- lative to the disposal of Stray Live Stock, is by no means intended to check enter- prises ol'Private Individuals in the pur- suit of such Stock, when undertaken from lawful motives ; or to deprive them of reasonable compensation for their la- bour, loss of time, and unavoidable ex- penses : But the unauthorised or prema- ture S. ie oí such Stock, when secured, would be incompatible either with a due assertion of the rights of the Crown, or with the rights of absent or distant Owners. It must, therefore, be distinct- ly understood, that no such compensation can be claimed untill an Owner appears; or, it no Owner appears, until the ex- piration of the lull period of a Year and a Pay, allowed by law to the Owner. It is His Honor's intention, as soon as the necessary arrangements can be made, to appoint co...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 15 March 1834

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, March 13, 1834. NOTICE is hereby given, that Mr. George Smithers has applied at   this Office for permission to leave the Colony. By His Honor s command. PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary.   i > ?. ' i GOVERNMENT NOTICE. MOTÍCE is hereby given, that the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the Colony of Western Australia, will he holden at the Court House at Fremantle, on Wednesday the second day oí' April next, at the hour of nine in the forenoon.-Dated this tilth day of March, in the j ear of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty (our. A. H. STONE, Clerk of the Peace. JUST IMPORTED EX "FANNY" AND OTHER ARRIVALS, FROM LAUNCESTON, AND ON SALE AT THE STORES OF E. 8f S. G. HENTY, FREMANTLE, ON MODERATE TERMS N For Cash, TEA in chests Rum in hhds. Brazil and Java tobacco Taylor's Brown Stout Prints Flushing clothes Duck, light canvass, and toweling Jugs of sizes Well assorted slops Velv...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, March 14, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 15 March 1834

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth9 March 14, 1834. IS Honor the Lieutenant Gover- nor has been pledged to direct the publication of the General Heads of the following Bills, now under the con- sideration of the Legislative Council : A Bill to regulate the Fencing of Town and Suburban Allotments. 1. The Proprietor or Tenant of a Suburban or Town Allotment may re- quire in writing the Proprietor of any adjoining grouud, (not being a Crown Reserve,) or the Agent of such Troprie tor, if absent, to erect a moiety of their common Boundary Fence, either of a kind or description set forth in such re- quisition, or of such kind as shall be determined by two Arbitrator, one to be named in writing by each Proprietor. 2. Every such Requisition to be served either personally, or at the last or usual place oí abode of party to whom addressed. If Proprietor of adjoining ! ground be dead, or absent, without any known Heir or Agent in the Colony,, the Requisition* to' be publishe...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 15 March 1834

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. For King Georges Sound and Launceston on. Sunday, the 9th inst., the Thistle, Captain Lid- dle.- Passenger: Mr. Thomas Henty.   Lying in Gages Roads.-The Monkey, and Cutter Fanny. In Cockburn Sound, the Mara- boo. Holiday at the Public Offices-On Monday next the 17th inst., St Patrick's Day.

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