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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 February 1875

Local and General.                 WE are informed that His Excellency the Governor purposes leaving Perth this   afternoon for Albany, where, being in deli- cate heath, Mrs. Robinson has been staying since the arrival of His Excellency and family in the colony. Mrs. Robinson, we believe, will return to Perth with His Excellency, overland if her health admits of the journey being under- taken. During the past few days His Excel- lency has been paying visits to several of our public institutions, among others the Colonial Hospital and the Pensioners' Barracks. ELECTION PETITION.-It will be in the recol- lection ot our leaders that a petition with a view of unseating the member for York, Mr. J. H. Monger, was presented to the Legislative Council a few months ago, the petitioner being the defeated candidate, Mr. S. S. Parker. The petition-which alleges bribery and corrup...

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THE KEYS FOUND NEAR GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 February 1875

THE KEYS FOUND NEAR GEELONG. At the ordinary meeting of the Royal Society on Monday evening Mr. T. E. Rawlinson read a paper on the alleged discovery of some keys in an old beach formation on the shores of Corio Bay, near to Limeburners' Point, in or about the years 1845 or 1846, Mr. C. J. Lat- robe, formerly lieutenant-governor of the colony A memorandum on the subject from Mr. Lat- robe, and another from Mr. James Harrison, appeared in the Australasian of June 3, 1871, and the matter was discussed by correspon- dents in subsequent issues of this journal. Mr Rawlinson, in introducing the subject, pointed out the very singular character of the narrative, dealing as it did with things diffi- cult to reconcile with existing tacts, and but for the well-known character of Mr. Latrobe as a painstaking, shrewd observer of natural phe- nomena, and that some of the general facts were confirmed by Mr. A. F. Mollison, an old colonist, who visited the locality and examined the ground in person...

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LARGE AND SMALL FARMS. (From the London Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 February 1875

LARGE AND SMALL FARMS. (From tliß London Times.) A more definite notion of the different produce yielded under a system of small and large farms may be gained by compar- ing two adjacent parishes. In a recent letter a Cambridgeshire parish was men* tioned, in which out of 113 farmsall bat 20 were under 103 acres. The parish contains 7,200 acres, and the average of each holding is therefore about 60 acres. The farmers on these 7,200 acres grow a good deal of corn, and send to market a few fat pigs ; but, says a farmer, " they supply for consumption next to no »sheep or bullocks, nor ever did," while an ad- jacent parish, containing 5,700 acres, chiefly held in large farms, sends every' year 5,000 fat sheep to market, and bullocks in proportion. The production of meat, which must be home-bred and fed, is far more valuable to the com- munity than the production of corn, which we can get from abroad. Then, as to cultivation upon large and small holdings, a Suffolk land agent, of great e...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 February 1875

TO COEEESPONDENTS. We cannot insert any correspondence for which we should be unwilling to assume the usual editorial responsibilities, nor any state- ment of facts, without the name and condition of the writer are known to us. We cannot undertake to return rejected communications or to assign any reason for non-insertion.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 February 1875

ê> ï) t p p t n g intelligence. ARRIVALS. Feb 7.-Edith Haviland, 263 tons/J. Roddy, master, from Melbourne. In ballast. "Feb 7.-Georgette, 211 tons, Capt. McKinnon Albany, Vasse, and Bunbury. Passengers Sevd. *F. Hare, Messrs. E. Dempster, W. D. Moore, Miss Moore, Capt. Smith, Sergt Taylor wife and family (4), Messrs. W. H. Knight, Rosser, Kemp, Miss Armstrong, Barque, wife and child, Mr. Annear, Brewerton (prisioner) from Albany. Mr. Owston, Master James, Mr. Stevens and 3 others from Bunbury. Cargo sundry address packages merchandize from Albany. Feb. 8th.-Alert, 19 tons, Kelly, Master, from Bunbury, Cargo-73 bags potatoes, 6 do. onions, 4; bundles I; skins, 27 hides and sundry pkgs. furniture, &c. Feb. 8th.-Bungaree, 89 tons, Sparks, Mas- ter, from Port Walcott. Passengers-G. W. Robinson, Pead, Searle, Owen, Watson, Smith. Cargo-228 hhds. 4 qr.-easks and 51 bags Pearl Shells, 1 hhd. and 1 drum oil. Feb, 8th.-Laughing Wave, Captain Shaw, from Adelaide-just came to ancho...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 February 1875

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Arrived, S.S. Pera, from Melbourne. Passengers for this colony,-Messrs Has- sell, Muir, W. H. Knight, E. Lisle, C. Purchase, A. Eannelson, J. Ternby, C. Gibson, Kemp, Eosser, Miss Armstrong, B. C. Hart, Mr. O'Donohue, and two children. Detective Bourke, prisoner Brewerston and An near-Pera sailed at 1 o'clock to-day for Galle.

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HORSES REMOUNTS. (Official Communication.) GOVERNMENT OF INDIA, MILITARY DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 February 1875

HOBS'ii o KE^CÖNTS. (Official Com/ïilunicaiwn.) GOVEBNMSNT OF INDIA, MILITARY DEPARTMENT. Extract from, the procveäwfjs of the Gov- ernment of India, in the tiüiíary Depart- ment, under date, Fort William, the 9th December 1874. (SUPPLY OF ABSLY E-JMOTTNTS FROM AUSTRALIA. BEAD-Eeport by Staff "Veterinary Surgeon W. Thacker, Remount Agent, dated 10th September 1874, From W. THACKER, Esq., Calcutta Remount Agent, Government of India, to the President, Special Stud Commission, -(Dated Bombay, the loth September 1874) m ./ In accordance with the instructions contained in vour letter No. 3193 of the 21st March, and No. 1708 ©f the 31 st March 1874, from the Military Depart- ment, Government of India, I proceeded at the close of the last purchasing season (31st March) to Australia, for the pur- pose of collecting reliable information as to the present and future prospects of a supply of remouncs being obtainable for the Army in India. 2. To carry out this duty fully, I deemed it necessary...

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LATEST COLONIAL TELEGRAMS VIA ALBANY. ADELAIDE JAN. 2ND. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 February 1875

LATEST COLONIAL TELEGRAMS VIA ALBANY. ADELAIDE JAN. 2ND. The Acting Crown Solicitor has given an opinion that the Ancient Order of Oddfellows cannot amalgamate with the Grand United Order in Victoria and New South Wales without a special Act of Parliament. Monday, to-day, being the 38th anniversary of the foundation of the colony has been observed as a public holiday. TtTESDAT, 16,000 persons travelled on the Glenelg Railway, and 10,000 on the Port Rail- way. The Zephyr won the Glenelg Yacht Race yesterday. SYDNEY. JAN. 9TH. Mr. Burns has been elected for the Hunter, Mr, Forrest for Murrumbuidgee, and Sulton for Gauntlet Castle. Cattle are dying for want of feed in the Macklay district. Advice from the Palmer states that the new rush is very great but the rainy season has stopped the digging. There were 600 men on the ground. A drapers store in Georges Street was burned down last night. SYDNEY, Tuesday. It is rumoured that Sir J. G. Innes, the Attorney General is to succeed Judge Ch...

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 February 1875

®{¡£ WttsUxn %\xstxühn fee*. SOLTJM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1875. WHEN the prophet, from the summit of Mount Carmel, saw a little cloud arise out of the sea, co bigger than a mans and, he anticipated with certainty the coming elemental tempest ; we, in like manner, may now prognosticate an ap- proaching political storm, from a sign proportionately small. The antagonism of Germany and France has set Bussia free from the |shackles imposed on her, by the treaty of Paris after the Crimean War, and the principal consequence of that war, the neutralization of the Black Sea, has been removed, and the Kussian flag again floats dominant over its waters, the fleet which was then des- troyed has been renovated, and our Duke of Edinburgh may, before long, find himself in command not of the English, but the Russian navy in that sea. At present, however, all is quiescent in the East, Bussia is organizing a fleet and army, far larger than can be required for any purposes of self-defi...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 February 1875

NEWS BY THE MAIL. The news from Europe by this mail has more general interest than has been received for some months. In England, Mr. Gladstone has re- signed the leadership of the liberal party, in consequence of his pamphlet on the Eoman question which Dr. Newman has at last replied to. We shall notice this subject fully in our next number. Mr. Bright has denied that he ad- vocated the disestablishment of the Church. . In France, the Legitimists are in a minority in the Chamber, and there seems a probability ef à fusion of the more moderate on either side. In Spain, AHbnzo, Prince of the Asturias, has been proclaimed King, and taken command of the army while Marshall Serrano has fled to France. The possible relationship between the two give a remarkable significance to this fact. Alfonzo's programme is not less remarkable ; he proclaims himself a Legitimist, a Eomanist, and a Liberal. How he will unite these elements remains to be seen. In Italy Garibaldi has taken his seat in the...

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FRANCE. (From the London Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 February 1875

FRANCE. (From the London Times.) Never did France, and Pans in ^ parti- cular, present a more curious object of study than at the present moment. In Paris, social life has awakened for some days past with surprising energy. The streets, which had been dull during the last month, are becoming as brilliant as | they were of yore, and foreigners, name rous and noisy, mingle in the incessant ebb and flow of strollers. If we wished to inquire what lies beneath this sudden outburst of social life, we should find a strange mixed feeling like the intoxica- tion of a nation which seeks to forget the past and iears to think of the future. Franee has no desire to remember; it is only yesterday that her military prestige and pride vanished as if by enchantment; just 20 years, which were as a whirlwind of dissipation, had paved the way for the sudden fall of an edifice which centuries had barely sufficed to raise. Up to this moment France has not understood that while she was plunged in noisy pl...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 February 1875

CONTROL DEPARTMENT. 1 BENDERS (in duplicate) will be re . received at the Control Office, till noon of TUESDAY, the 16th February, 1875, for tbe supply of the following articles : Ç9in. x Jin., long lengths feet, 500 7in. x 2£in., 23 feet long, pieces 20 £! j 7in. x 2jin., 20 " " " 10 W J 7in. x l"in., long lengths, ft. 11,000 f0 j 5in. x 5 in., 17 feet long, pieces 28 j-H j 5in. x 3 in., 23 " " " 30 j 5in. x 2 in., 16 " " " 180 ^3in. x 2 in., long lengths, feet 12 CASKS-Ale hhds., No., 12 Tiie timber to be all sound, and free from gum veins, heart lags, and wane edges. To be the full sizes given, particu- larly those of specified lengths, no shorter can be substituted (to be tendered for at per 100ft. run). To be delivered within three weeks of date of acceptance of tender to the Clerk of Works, Fremantle, and subject to his approval. JAS. T. SKINNER, Control Department. Fremantle, Western Australia, ( 29th January, 1875. \ Perth Benefit Building Invest- ment, and Boan Society, (Pe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 February 1875

fi HE COLONIAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSTJ .l ÄANCE SOCIETY (Limited). For MUTUAL LTFÜ ASSURANCE, AN- NUITIES, AND RNOOWMENTá. PRESIDENT: His Honour Sir Redmond Barry« VICE-PRESIDENTS : The Hon. William M. Arnold, New South Wales. The Hon. Sir M.. Ö. O'connell, M. L. C, Queens. land. The Hou Arthur Blyth, South Australia. The Hen Sir J. Milne Wilson, M. L. C, Tas- mania. His Hon<mr Judge Pohlman, Victoria. Principal Office _ 84 COLLIN* STREET-WEST, MELBOURNE. DIRECTORS : The Rev. H. Plow Kane, South Tarra, Chair- man. F. E. Beaver, Merchant, Melbourne. A. T. Chirk, M.L.A., Williamstown, H. B. Donaldson, Merchant, Sandridge. James Forbes, Manutacturer, South Yarra. T. Jaqtaçs Martin, Melbourne, Managing Director Offices in 'Brisbane, Adelaide, Hobart Town, Launceston^ Sydney. -SPECIAL FEATURES. All profits belonging to those assured No business other than Lile Assurance, Annuities, and Endow men ia, can be transacted The Society cannot amalgamate with any other. Policies uncondition...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIAN TURF CLUB ANNUAL MEETING, FIRST DAY—THURSDAY, FEB. 4th. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 February 1875

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN TURF CLUB ANNUAL MEETING, FiEST DAY-THURSDAY, FEB. 4th. Patron :-His Excellency the Governor ; Stßwards :-Messrs. H. Weld Blundell, G. B. Phillips, W. Padbury, A. O'G. Lefroy, and G. C. Attfield. Judge-Mr. Walter Padbury. Clerk of the Course-Mr. W. Strickland. Starter-Mr. Venn. Hon. Sec.-Mr. S. H. Parker. The cloudless sky, glorious sunshine, and genial but not intolerable summer heat, which marked the above sporting event, are by no means xmàemMe faire le temps of a racing carnival. When we add that the racing spirit seems to have fairly taken hold of the people and that greater preparations than usual had been made to ensure a successful meeting this year, it is no wonder that the programme of events prepared by the W. A. Turf Club should have had the effect of drawing together on Thursday and Friday last a larger concourse of people than usual to" the scene of action. On Wednesday eveuing the hotels of Perth were largely patronised by crowds of sporting folk fr...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 February 1875

IMPORTANT NOTICE. Cheap Printing! Cheap Printing!!! aoDWEiL & MCPHERSON, Printers, Bookbinders, and Paper «Rulers, RESPECTFULLY tender their thanks to the publie, for the steady sup- port they have given them since they first started business, and now beg to state that, having received a quantity of printing material, &c., from England, they are prepared to execute all orders for printing of every description, at greatly reduced prices, in their usual workmanlike style. All orders punctually attended to, and specimens of their work forwarded on application. N.B.-Please note the address-ROD- WELL AND MCPHEESON, Printers, Book- binders, and Paper Rulers, High Street, Fremantle, next the Bank, where you can get cheap Bill Heads, cheap Circulars, cheap Bills of Lading, cheap Cards, cheap Boat Notes, cheap Delivery Notes, &c, &c, <&c. City Council. °V[OTICE is hereby given, that a Rate X\ of 5 per cent, has been declared upon all Rateabl...

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(Neue Freie Presse—Vienna, Dec. 20.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 February 1875

{Neue Freie Presse-Vienna, Dec. 20.) The sentence, which condemns Count Arnim to three months imprisonment is not unexpected. All the eloquence of his three counsel failed to convince the Court that confidential despatches from a minister to the representative of his country are private letters and therefore the property of the latter. This mistake on Arnim's part was alone legally punish- able, and the Court which inflicted exactly one tenth part of the punishment asked for by the Public Prosecutor show ed its appreciation of this fact. It openly assumed that Arnim proceeded in good faith, and thought he was right in con- ? sidering the papers in question as his own private property. Hard as the sen- tence may hit Count Arnim as a man, it is not nearly so crushing for him as the political effect of the trial. When we consider Count Arnim's conduct at Paris, how plainly he displayed his anti-Re- publican views, and how he directed all his activity to thwarting Bismark's policy, then...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 February 1875

AT LAST The Q-reat Desideratum oí the District Obtained A Cheap Store ! ! ! G HAS. S. MONGER, Newcastle, has just received, ex CLEOPATRA, ROYAL MAIL STEAMER, and other recent arrivals, a most splendid assort- ment of goods adapted to the coming season, and which he is now offering for sale at prices which do, and will continue to, defy competition. A most liberal discount allowed for cash. AU marketable produce taken in pay ment. C. S. MONGER. Newcastle, October 21 1874. To the Queen and Royal Family ; To H.R.H the Prince of Wales (Special Appointment) ; And to several Indian Potentates, Foreign Governments, and Railway Companies. Established 1749. J. W. BENSON, WATCH AND CLOCK, MAKER, GOLDSMITH, SILVERSMITH, AND ARTISTIC METAL WORKER. PBIZE MEDALIST OP THE LONDON, DUB- LIN AND PARIS EXHIBITIONS. Maker of the Chronograph by which the Derby and all other Races and great Events of the Day are timed. MANUFACTORY AND CITY HOUSE-58 & 60, LUDGATE HILL. WEST END ESTABLISHMENTS-25 O...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 9 February 1875

S. S. GEORGETTE' SAILS from Champion Ba« every 4th SATURDAY, undercontractwith the Government, to convey English and Co- lonial mails to and. from Albany. Pas eengers will please note the postal time- tables, for the departure of the boat from the different ports. CONNOR & McKAY. August 8,1874. h2nd ANNOUNCEMENT!! CHAS. S. MONGER, WOULD avail himself of this an- nouncement, to return his sincere thanks for the extensive, patronage he has received during the 13 years he has been in business, and to assure all that it will be, as it always has been, his study to merit that support which has been so generously bestowed. yx The character of all the articles sold at his establishment are too well known to necessitate any remarks-the fact of his store being publicly recognized as the CHEAPEST and'BEST is the highest praise a discerning public can award. Daily expecting a fresh consignment of goods of the choicest description, . C. S. M., is determined to offer his present stock at...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 12 February 1875

WANTED. A COOK and General female servaut, also a steady and experienced ufarse Girl. Wages liberal. Apply to, MKS. GEORGE PHILLIPS, St. George's Terrace, Perth.

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THE VATICAN DECREES IN THEIR BEARING ON CIVIL ALLEGIANCE. I. THE OCCASION AND SCOPE OF THIS TRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 12 February 1875

THE VATICAN DECßEE S IN THEIR BEARING ON CIVIL ALLEGIANCE. I. THE OCCASION AND SCOPE OP .THIS TRACT. IN the prosecution of a purpose not polemical but pacific, I have been led to employ words which belong, more or less, to the region of religious controversy ; and which, though they were themselves lew, seem to require, from the various feelings they have aroused, that I should carefully define, elucidate, and defend them. The task is not of a kind agree- able to me ; but I proceed to perform it. Among the causes, which have tended to disturb and perplex the public mind in the consideration of our own religious difficulties, one has been a certain alarm at the aggressive activity and imagined growth of the Eoman Church in this country. Ali are aware of our suscepti- bility on tnis side ; and it was not, I think, improper for one who desires to remove everything that can interfere with a calm and judicial temper, and who believes the alarm to be groundless, to state, pointedly though...

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