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ARRIVAL OF THE Overland Mail. EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE TO THE 26TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 August 1865

ARRIVAL OF THE Overland Mail. EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE TO THE 26TH JUNE. THB European June and Colonial July Mails arrived last evening at six o'clock. The Princess of Wales was delivered of a Prince on the 3rd June, had quite recovered when the mail left and the child prospering. Her Majesty's retirement was not so close as had been the case, she having held a Court. The Derby was won in 2 min. 4&\ sec., by Gladiateur, a French horse, the property of Count Lagrange, to the great joy of the Parisians ; The Oaks fell to Regalia belonging to a Mr. Harlock; The Ascot Cup to Mr. Cartwright*s Ely. Dr. # Manning was consecrated Boman Catholic Archbishop of Westminster on the 8th June. The Zephyr sailed for Fremantle on the 22nd June. Parliament was expected to be prorogued the first week in July. The Prince of Wales had given his first vote fr ti» Houfe of Pee».

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 August 1865

COMMIS S AM AT. TENDERS (in duplicate) will be re- ceived at the .Commissariat Ofiice, at Perth, until noon on THURSDAY, tiie 17th instant. . Tenderers are requested to state the amount of premium per cent, which they are willing to give. Preference will be given to the tenders - offering the highest premium, and in case of equality of tenders as to premium, and their amounting together to more than .. the sum required, the amount accepted will be divided in proportion to the amount of such tenders, if the parties are willing to take Bills for a less amount than that for which they have tendered. Tenders for Bills under ¿6100 will not he noticed. 'Information of the result of . tenders from Fremantle, will be given by the afternoon mail on the 17th instant. J. W. BOVELL, Deputy Commissary General. Commissariat, .Perth, W.A., 7 . 9th August, 1865. j MR, S AI S 01, (GOVERNMENT AUCTIONEER.) WILL sell by Auction, at the Commis- sariat Magazines, at Fremantle, on MONDAY, 14th August, at ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 August 1865

For Shanghai. THE fine brig ANN SANDERSON, J. H. Dobie, Commander, will _haye immediate despatch, hav- ing nearly the whole oí her tonnage en- gaged. In addition to a few tons of Freight, she can take a limited number of horses ; and she has good accommoda- tion for a few passengers. Apply early to BICKLEY & CO. Fremantle, July 12,1865. FOR CALCUTTA. OR MADRAS^ THE clipper ship "li ACE HORSE," ii, 1077 tons register. Is now _jon her way out, and maybe ex- pected in ali 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, >,l90 tons, Captain Lindsay, now _iloading timber at the Vasse, will sail in about three weeks from that port for Adelaide direct. She will have Acco...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 August 1865

DSJ.COLLIS BROWNE'S f^CHLORODYNE.^] ians* CHLORODYNE. CHOLERA, DYSENTERY, DIARRHOA, CRAMP, AGUE, FEVER, RHEUMA- TISM, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, COUGH, ¿EC. All pain, vomiting, and distress ceases in a few minutes after taking a dose of that won- derful SEDATIVE ANODYNE and ANTI SPASMODIC remedy CHLORODYNE, disco- vered by Dr. J. Courts 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, Bloonisbury-square, London, (Ph armaceutical 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 producing or leaving any of the unplea- sant effects of opium. Earl RUSSELL has graciously favonred J. T. Davenport with the following extract of a des- patch from Mr. Webb, H.B.M/S Consul at Manilla, dated Sept, 17,1864:-"The remedy most efficacious in its e...

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A NEW OPENING FOR AUSTRALIAN MEAT. (The Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 August 1865

A NEW OPENING FOR AUS- TRALIAN MEAT. (The Australasian.) Nothing gives a livelier idea of the enormous magnitude of London, than the extent of the area from which the giant metropolis draws its food-supplies. To provision a force of 15,000 men overtaxed the utmost energies of the French and English commanders in the Cri- mean war, but the task of feeding exactly one hundred times that number of men, women, and children, is every day satisfactorily and im- perceptibly performed by the concentrated energies of individual enterprise. Under the influence of free intercourse, the supply follows the demand as unerringly as water finds its level, and with as little consciousness among the consumers of the sources of production as a healthy man is conscious of the circulation of his blood. A hundred years ago' London, for all but the then few luxuries of life, depended exclusively on the neighbouring counties. The citizens did not precisely live for half the year on salt meat and herrings, ...

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AMERICA. THE ASSASINATION PLOTS.—TRIAL OF THE CONSPIRATORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 August 1865

AMERICA. THE ASSASSINATI0N PLOTS.-TRIAL OF THE CONSPIRATORS. The New York papers have been almost ex- clusively occupied with reports of the trials of the persons alleged to be implicated in the Booth assassination conspiracy. The court for the trial of the persons en- gaged in the above conspiracy on the 13th May so far altered its rules as to admit members of the press. A correspondent of the "New York Daily Times," after describing the court and personal appearance of the various prisoners says : The last and most prominent of the accused is Mrs. Surratt, who sits apart from the other prisoners, at the west end of the reporters' table, and near her counsel. This woman is dressed in full mourning ; she wears her bonnet and veil during the sessions of the commission. Her age is probably 50. This unfortunate woman, like the other prisoners, is in irons. A bar of about 10 inches in length passes from one ankle to the other, and is there attached to an iron band that encircles each le...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 August 1865

$om*$otâtn(t. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette Sç W. A. Times. SIB,-Is there any foundation for the recent en dit to the effect that Governor Hampton pur- poses to nominate to the office of Police Magis- trate, a certain legal gentleman, who has gained »-if not a world-wide-at least, à Colonial re- putation for his easy Essays on a Broomstick ? I am quite sure such an appointment would be Hailed, with satisfaction by the colonists generally, as any one who has paid the slightest attention to the comical and somewhat eccen- tric manner of " his Worship" on thejBeneh, as well as to his extravagant decisions, must ad- mit that a change is not only desirable, but is beyond all doubt absolutely necessary. But, apart from his " fantastic tricks," only in Western Australia, would the office of Crown Solicitor, Editor of a Newspaper, and Police Magistrate, be vested in one and the same per- son ? And while people may be induced to ad- mire the genius of a man capable of performing the dut...

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GREENOUGH FLATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 August 1865

GREENOUGH FLATS. Minutes of a Meeting of the Farmers and Settlers resident on the Greenough Flats, held on the 25th July, in the Greenough School-room, L. C. Burges, Esq., in the chair. This meeting, which was very numerously attended, was convened for the   purpose of taking into consideration the present very dangerous and almost   impassable state of the road leading through the Greenough Flats to Champion Bay, and the steps necessary to be taken for its speedy and effectual repair. Also for the erection of a Parsonage House, and the fencing of the Parsonage Grounds and Cemetery. It was proposed by Mr. J. S. Maley and seconded by Mr. G. King :- " That a Memorial be at once prepared and forwarded to His Excellency the Governor, informing him of the almost impassable state of the road leading through the Greenough Flats to Champion Bay, and respectfully requesting His Excellency to grant the aid of such an amount of convict labor as will be necessary for t...

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Eastern Colonies. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 August 1865

Eastern Colonies. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. We have had some fine rains during the month. On Sunday, the 9th, about three inches fell within 24 hours, and since then we have had abundant showers. The rains were very much needed for the crops. Advices from the Far North show that the rain had been rather partial. It is hoped, however, that the showers which have fallen later on in the month may have been more generally distri- buted. The settlers have been in a most deplorable condition from the drought, thousands of j sheep and lambs having been sacrificed. Flour, silk-dressed, per ton of 2,000 lbs., at the Port, JB16 10s. tof £2Q 10s. Wheat, per bushel of 60 lbs., at the Port, 8s. lOd. to 9s. VICTORIA. A discovery of tin has been made within 40 miles of Melbourne. The Leichardt Expedition has started. The party is under the superintendence of Mr. Mcintyre and Dr. Murray. They take 11 camels, 40 horses, and two years' provisions. Further supplies from Queensland wül be sent on to "Flinders R...

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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, APRIL 11, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 August 1865

fjertjjf gamite * IL f. Kimen. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Sliakspeare. FRIDAï7AÛGUSTlirÎ865^ HOWEVER rich any country may be in natural productions, there cannot be the slightest doubt that it is its agriculture which mainly affects its continued pros- perity, and therefore that every means by which it can fairly be fostered are mat- ters of interest to its community. Unfor- tunately for many years the principal portion of the corn-growing land occu- pied in this colony, was separated by so great a distance from a market, and con- nected with it by such execrable roads, that the transport of its produce cost an amount equal to, and often exceeding, one-fourth of its value, and the conse- quence was that although every occupier of land grew a certain quantity of wheat, the total amount brought to market was not sufficient to feed the population, and a large importation became necessary, draining the country of i...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 11 August 1865

Shipping Intelligence ARRIVAL. August 7.-Lass of Geraldton, (new), Hay- ward, master, from Champion Bay. Passen- gers-S. Barnard, W. C. Garrard, and four others. Cargo-11 bags wheat, 91 do. bran, 163 do. flour, and 67 do. barley. DEPARTURES. August 4.-Les Trois Amis, 44 tons, Green, master, for Champion Bay. Passengers Mr. G. Green, and W. Gilbert. Cargo-2 casks, 5 cases, 4 bales tobacco (under bond), 37 bags potatoes, 2 casks wine, 45 coils wire, a quantity of timber, and 98 pkgs. sundries. 5.-Sea Spray, 33 tons, O'Grady master, for Champion Bay. Cargo-1 hhd. and 2 qr.-caskb brandy (under bond), 23¼ loads timber, 2,120 bundles shingles, and sundries. "The Racehorse arrived this morning, having on board 278 convicts, and a guard of 50 Pen- sioners, 31 women, 78 children, 5 warders, 4 wives of ditto, and 4 children; A. Watson, Esq., M.D., R.N., Surgeon Superintendent, and Mr. Irwin, Religious Instructor. The ' Racehorse' left Portland on the 26th of May; had a long passage to the Lin...

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VICTORIAN AGRICULTURE. (From the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 August 1865

VICTORIAN AGRICULTURE. (From the Argus.) The farmers have been able to get in their wheat under favorable circumstances as regards the condition of the land, but the want of rain in the first instance, and latterly the coldness of the nights and of the weather generally, have kept the young plants back very much, and at present there is a prospect of the season being a late one. So much frost, and even snow, in the higher tracts of country have not been experienced for years, so that no sooner did the rains give the grass and young wheat a start, than these were checked by the cold. However, this may not continue long; and when the warmth does come here, the growth is exceedingly rapid, and backward crops quickly recover their lost ground, so it is en- tirely too soon to say whether the delay in get- ting the seed in, and the present backwardness of the crops, will be followed by a very late harvest or not. As a mild winter is often fol- lowed by a cold spring, so the present rather...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 August 1865

MISCELLANEOUS. The 'Times' says it is calculated that the necessary business of the country may now be finished in less than four weeks, and the 10th of July will probably be the day when the session will be brought to an end. The Conservatives, says a contemporary writer of political gossip, mean to make a des- perate effort to gain a majority in the next Par- liament. Every city, borough, and county, wherever Conservatism has the ghost of a chance, is to be contested. The time is come, they feel, when they must win the prize of office or give up all hope of it for years to come, and no labour nor money will be spared to gain their object. But it is confidently asserted by the Government election agents that the next Parliament will be very much like this, and if any change take place it will be in favour of the Government. It is not improbable, how- ever, that Conservatism will gain somewhat. The Conservative agents are more active than those of the Government, and more experience...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 August 1865

BIRTH. FAWCETT-On the 14th instant, at Pinjarrah Park, the wife of Theodore Fawcett,   Esq., of a son. ooo DEATH. OUGDEN.-At Perth, on the 17th Inst., after a long illness, Mr. Ougden; aged 60 years. The funeral will take place at 4 p.m. to-day.

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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, AUGUST 18, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 August 1865

)írtjj[ émette * IL g. ©imes. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Sluihspcare. lîRlDAYTAU^aUSrlirÎ865T An invitation has been received from the Victoiian Government, which we hope will be most heartily accepted and re- sponded to by this colony. It is to join with the other Australian Colonies in a general Exhibition of Industries and Art, proposed to be held at Melbourne early next year. The following is the circular on the subject : Chief Secretary's Office. Melbourne, 5th July, 1865. Sir,-I have the honor to inform you that, in compliance with an address from the Legis- lative Assembly, a sum of two thousand pounds has been placed upon this year's Estimates for the purpose of defraying the preliminary ex- penses of an Exhibition of General Industries and Art, which it is proposed shaU be held in Melbourne in the early part of 1866. This, it is hoped, will lead to a series of Ex- hibitions of a like nature being held ...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette $ W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 August 1865

CoTOspnîmta. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette $ W. A. Times. SIE,-As an old subscriber I venture to solicit space in your Journal for a few remarks on the much agitated question of a reformed Legislature. We hear on all sides very conflicting opinions as to the necessity for a change in the repre- sentation, and there appears more acrimony thrown into the discussion than is consistent with its dignity or the important interests at issue. Bacon says-"it is not good to try ex- periments in States unless the utility be "evident;" and hereon the whole question hangs; but to arrive at a really sound and practical solution of the problem, it is indis- pensable that a calm and dispassionate view be taken of our deficiencies and the prospective advantage to be derived by the proposed change. A priori ; it will be said by many that Western Australia is a poor Colony. Our late Governor called it " a two-penny ha'penny Colony," yet despite that opinion from such an authority, I believe there...

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SALES OF SWAN RIVER WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 August 1865

SALES OF SWAN RIVER WOOL. The sales have progressed with remarkable uniformity throughout the whole series, which considering the unprecedented quantity offered, is a satisfactory proof of the healthiness of our market. No doubt the quantity announced, 168,000 bales, drew together a large number of buyers from all parts, particularly from the continent, whose operations from the first were of so important a character as to give the tone to the market for the whole series. The home trade bought with diffidence, manufacturers and dealers expecting that as the sale3 pro- gressed prices must give way from the exces- sive quantity offered j but the extensive opera- tions of continental buyers continuing from night to night ereated more confidence, which, combined with the gradually declining rates of money and the beautiful weather for the grow- ing crops, gave confidence to the home trade, and as the sales reached the close, the disposi- tion to stock became more manifest ; and we have ...

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CHAMPION BAY. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 August 1865

CHAMPION BAY. (From our own Correspondent) The attempt to please every one was again made by Mr. Bosser last week, who gave a very amusing and interesting lecture on behalf of the Mechanics' Institute, and as far as it is possible it was a most complete success. The man and the donkey could not please all, no matter whether he walked, rode, or carried ; to some people's minds the lecturer dwelt too much upon the grave and the future, but for all that if we are to judge the merits of the case from the effects, no one could wish for a more attentive audience or enthusiastic ap- plause ; and there is this advantage if any one should wish to improve upon it they will always have the opportunity. There were about 140 people present, who I hope may feel an interest in the well-being of our Mechanics' Institute. Kain is now the only thing almost wished or hoped for by the flock owners, and it is more than probable that many will be obliged to shear in the grease. The flats up to this date ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 August 1865

For Calcutta or Madras, THE CLIPPER SHIP ' . (Al) RACEHORSE, 1077 tons register. _^_ This splendid ship is prepared to take Horses and Timber to either of the above-named places. She is rçell .adapted for the conveyance of Horses, and ás she will not leave this Colony un- til after the. arrival of the next English " Mail, Shippers will not only have ample time to make their arrangements, but %ill have the very best chance of good sale, as the proper season for such specu- lations wiU be on or about the Racehorses - arrival in India ! ! ! ALSO, For Sale, a few Tanks, about 400 gal- lons each. For freight or passage, apply to the Captain, on board, or LIONEL SAMSON, * Agent. Fremantle, Western Australia, 7 - 14th August, 1865. j FOB BOMBAY DIRECT. THE fine first-class Ship BEATRICE, 625 tons register, James _Thomas, Commander, char- tered to load Timber for Bombay or Kur rachee, will have quick dispatch, her cargo being ready for shipment. For passage only, apply to ROBERT KING, Agent...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 18 August 1865

FOB ADELAIDE. THE well-known fast-sailing brig EUROPA, i.190 tons, Captain Lindsay, now jloading timber at the Vasse, in about three weeks from that port for Adelaide direct. She will have accommodation for a few passengers. Apply to T. & H. CARTER & Co., Agents. Fremantle, July 3,1865. For tlie North-west Coast. THE BRIG KESTREL, shortly expected from the Mau ______ ritius, will be open for engage- ment to take stock, either at a lump sum, or at so much per head, landed alive. The Kestrel, on her former trip, landed her stock in excellent condition. Apply to T. & H. CARTEE & Co. Fremantle, July 15,1865. Sale of Allotments in Perth. MR. T. SUTH, Will 'sell by Auction, by order of the Perth City Council, at the Fremasons' Hotel, Perth, on "JEEDNESDAY, 23rd August instant, at twelve o'clock TH E following Allotments in Perth, (unless the Rates and all-expenses due thereon to the Perth City Council, are previously paid.) LOT I. Allotment S 28, situate in...

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