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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Extract from a Meteorological Journal kept in the office of the Hon. the Surveyor- General, Perth. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 29 December 1841

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Jtxiraetfiotn a Meteorological Jtmnml kept in tite office of the Hon. the Surveyor-General, Perth. »WI i ! I ; 38 10AM 77 i 80.17 I 6 Light Binfine i I I ! I eter. *PM, n- , || j, S\V jKod. ma bn.— One. flC ' 10 A «! » ! 07 ? * 'Ufht tmc*c— fine. : 4 A M ? BO : M / SW :Fmh ae» bmte i i j ™ I *»?? ?4 , 10 f U 71 ; 17 SB Moderate brwtc ! itaMing elondf. I 4 A M 83 j io B Light bnese— fine. ' ! I ? ? ' i &6 : I f H I » f £8^7 £ iUodeMte— fltae. ' : . i ! i ?? M IPM 81 I 83 ( gW jUfiht bree«— flne- ' : II cicud; boricon. , 4 P U 38 01 , SWbyS Mudor»U— fine. t7 10 A It! 78 j M ; tVT iFnssh breete— cldy. 1 '? ? -Hue. i 4 * M i 78 . SO SW Stroug breeie-finc. SS 10 AM j 76 I 16 1 8fV -rethbreere— fine.

Publication Title: Inquirer
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To the Editor of the " Inquirer." [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 29 December 1841

To the Editor of the 'Inquirer.' Sir,— The extract in your last paper from that worthy pemy-tjwnpet of Adelpln Terrace hum bug and Whig imbecility the Colonial Gazette, has doubtlesp, appearing among us at the end of 1841, afforded your readers tnwt delectable amusement. Ludicrous fcs *ow Appear its squeaking notes of adulation to the Whig miuis try, then tremulously ascending the ronndo of dint very useful ladder, from the top of which, after having the cap drawn over its Filly fece bv the recent elections, it has, there is reason to believe, ' without a strnprgle terminated fin existence' so long prolonged by the alliance of Infidelity, Popery, Socinianism, Democracy, and Treason, I feelbound to perform the request of my expir ing friend the year 1841 that 1 would express his sentiments on the subject. He feels the article in question to be a most undeserved attack on the character of his revered parent 1840, and he wishes it to be distinctly un derstood that in exposing to genera...

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THE INQUIRER WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 29 December 1841

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1841 . Teb Inquirer of this week appears without the cuttoipary wlddie sheet, it having been omitted in order to {five our compositorc, and ourselves, leisure for a little recreation at this festive season. Me feel ftRSurcd that our subscribers will take this as a snfficieht ^apology, nor consider the in dulgence unreasonable in the case of those. to WIHilH «.u* uuug iu me wnpv vi « uvijruojr 10 wually unknown. We do not happen to recol lect the particular person who originated ihb say ing that 'all work aad no play make Jack a dull boy/' but we tin* satisfied that he must have been a^fofonsd pMotopher, aithpuflh an indifferent jpsii^^^the rhythm is not precisely such as would wotMit' a: poetical ear accustomed to the just snecespion . of pounds, but the ^bndneps of the poetry is excused J*jthe excellence of the'sehti jiiWk[ nhicb iUn^p vtB good authorUy for whot vre hiive tlone^ We conclude that our readers 1 have no wish to see u-t driven into -dullness by ...

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EXTRACTS FROM THE NEW ZEALAND GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 29 December 1841

EXTRACTS FROM THS SEW ZEALAND* GAZETTE. It gppears that rhe Aboriginal natives of Nexr Zialiihdhn e a cm iuiis custom of forbiding a certain space ot ^M-niry to he passed over, on the death of a cLitf, ov on 'other octagons having re ference to their religion. This interdiction Ji caned a '^aDor, ana tne roiiovrmg particulars are token from the New Zealand 'Gazette, by which it appears that the custom is likely to prove of great inconvenience to the setters — In another part of the paper, a correspondence will be found between several gentlemen and Mr. Murphy, the re presentative of hf Government. Tbo taboo alluded to lies existed several weeks. Iu consequence, the surveys at Wanganui have been suspended for sn equal period. Messrs. Thomas end Carrii^ton were not allowed to pess, I and failing to obtain a vessel to carry them up, have re maii.ed until within a few djvs at Otaki. We hear thttt Mr. Carrinirton lisa been allowed to pass upon giving the natives seventy-five pounds oft«»...

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WISE SAYINGS AND LEGENDS BY GERMAN WRITERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 29 December 1841

WISE SATINGS AND LEGENP8 BY GERMAN WRITEUS. '.The last, best fruit which comes to late perfection, even iu the kindliest soul, is, tenderness toward the hard, forbearance toward the unforbearing, warmth of heart to ward the cold, philanthropy toward the misanthropic' — Jean Paul Friederich Richter, (Siebenkas.) 'The proper and characteristic duty of an instructor 'of . the people is tbe affording a good example. The faith of his (lock rests mainly upon hie own, and is, strictly spcuk ing,jiltle more than a faith in his faith.' — Fichte. 'Tjie most remarkable excellencies of all these poets (English poets) are to be traced to descent and situation ; tiie meanest among them has Shakspeare for his ancestor, ? and the Ocean at his feet.'— Goethe. (Brief we hscl mit getter.) ' It is only necessary to grow old, to become more in dulgent. I see no fault committed that I have not com mitted myself.' — Goethe. ' I would rather dwell in the dim fog of superstition, than in air rarified to not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 29 December 1841

FOR SALE OR CHARTER, jr*g^- rjlHE fast-sailing schooner Perse JBQ^k, JL verance, 3 years old, river-built. jUDEraF For further particulars apply to E. «^^^ra* Bishop, commander, at Fremantle, or to the undersigned. L.& W.SAMSON. ^December 27, 1841. ? 5OR FREIGHT OR CHARTER. xg§TT- fTlHE A. 1. barque ' Kilmaurs,' jnn^L JL James Smith, commander, cop jjflBQ^^ pered and copper-fastened, with su ????^'?perior accommodation for passengers, will be open for freight or charter during the week ; if no offer, will proceed to England via, India. *? Apply to Mr. C. F. Clarkson, or to Captain Smith, on board. FOR LAUNCESTON DIRECT, To sail on Saturday, January 1st, 1843, * «Cy€3£~ FT1HE splendid fast-sailing barque gfljjlk ± LADY EMMA. j9Qran& For freight or passage, apply to ?^^^^?^ Captain Buckland, or to D. Scott, agent. SALES BY AUCTION, SALE AT PERTH. TO BESOLD~BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. F. MANGLES & CO., At Perth, on Wednesday, the 29th December, 1841, without reserve,...

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To the Editor of the " Inquirer." [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 29 December 1841

To the Editor of the ' Inquirer.' Sir, — Your frifnd 'Colonicus' is so con scious o( the ed vantage he possesses as the advo cate for keeping money, over all who venture even to hinr. at paving it away, that he curvets over the course with a degree of wit and plea santry, through assertion, quotation, and illustra tion, which a poor matter-of-fact, common-sense reasoner cannot hope to emulate. Fortunately, we. colonists ore not quite so easily led as the tut citizens of Old Mother Kngiand ; and, yet more fortunately, we are not divided into factions, eoch of which 'has an understanding only for what is palatable to its prejudices. I believe it is not too much savouring of Utopianism to say that we know very well, when we think seriously on j colonial affair?, that our local government is of all parties that least interested in the infliction of a tax, deriving least benefit from its revenue, and least likely to suggest aq increased taxation, if it cen be avoided. In fact the local g...

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CORRESPONDENCE RESPECTING THE "TABOOEB" GROUND. Wellington. July 1.1841. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 29 December 1841

CORRESPONDENCE BESPECT1NG TEE 'TABOOEl/' GROUND. Wellington, July 1,1841. Sir,— We, the nnrlersigned, appeal to you as the rcpre tontative of Government in this district, on behalf of our' selves and others wishing to proceed to Wanganui rvA Taranaki. All communications between these pieces and Port Nicholson is at present entirely stopped, by a ' ta boo' luid on the road by the natives of Otaki. We trust that you, as Chief Majti-trete, wiii not allow this proceed ing on the part cf the tiatives. H. Doiiset, H. Chchton, H. Mayers, William Bakmbtb*. To Michael Murphy, £sii. [Pepiy.] No. 41 — 58. Police Office, Port KichoWn, Jniy 2, 1641. Gentlemen, — I have the honour to acknowledge the rerdpt of your letter of the 1st July, complaining that all coininiinicHtion by land between tins place and Wanganui andTuranuki is ut present stopped, by a ' tuboo' luid on the b'-ni-h hy the nutives of Otuki, and requesting that, es Chief Magistrate, I would not allow thit* proceeding on the piirtof...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 29 December 1841

FROM THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, December, 23, 1841. IT is hereby notified, that F. Helpman, Esq., R.N., having returned to the Colony, will resume the command of the Government schoo- ner Champion on the 1st January next. By His xccllency's command, PTER BROWN, Colonial Secretary.             Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, December 20, 1841. REQUIRED for the use of the Colonial schooner Champion — A barrel of Stockholm tar. A keg of black paint. Tenders for supplying the same will be re- ceived at this office until the 2nd day of January. By His Excellency's command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, December 21, 1841. FT^HE following Order of Her Majesty in JL Council is published for general informa tion. By His Excellency's command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. At the Court of Buckingham Palace, February 5, 1841. Present — The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 5 January 1842

BALtiATPERTJS. ?to be sc^^Wmi^^: BYMESSl^f/fJANGLES#tK-., *-V ^i At Perth, on Wedtfesday, the 12th of Jtenoary/ 1843, £ V--.v. :;' ;: *;? f'\ /\ \- fM-:; EUM, brandy/cad gib, iiri cases ami casks $ port wine in quarter casks and hhds., stone Baiting pai)6? prime Irish pork, butter, lace-up boots, double barrel guns, of best quality, flour, ©ate, matting, very superior old-port and sherry, lead pencils in cases, cheese and butter, trousers, tea, fancy table covers, vinegar, biscuit batjtens, corks, &c, and a variety of oilier articles, with out reserve- ? ? . . - NOTICE. ~~ WILLIAM: JONES hereby gives notice that he is about to leave the colony by the first opportunity, .and requests that all claims on him be sent in for payment, and all monies due to him be paid without delay. fferne HiUj Dec. 29, 1841.

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THE INQUIRER. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5,1842. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 5 January 1842

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1848. ..The opening of a new year affords us good opportunity of remarking on the present state and future prospects of the colony, which we shall do in a series of articles, of-.whieh the present is the first. It is also our intention, next week, to: present a chronological summary of the principal events of the past year, observing as to the way in which the several changes have worked, with reference to the good or otherwise already pro \iuwU| vi ita.cij' m* we jjivuuccu i/uiu luciu, lur si is chiefly by a proper recollection of the past, that 'experience is gained fV future proceedings. It is not to be denied that there exists at this moment a stagnation' in all descriptions of busi ness, whether agricultural or commercial, but this stagnation is nothing more than what constantly occurs at intervals in every country, find we also must expect to take our share in it. Such a state of affairs has jts origin in a variety of causes, some of which, as regards thi...

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Extract from a Meteorological Journal kept in the office of the Hon.the Surveyor—General, Perth. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 5 January 1842

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. JBxtract from a Meteorological Journal kept in the qffice of the Hon. the Surveyor-General^ Perth. i-aie. Time, 'i'iiwm. Bar. Wind. Weather fcRemark*. 1841 Dec, W %0.AM W 30.26 SSE Light airs — (hie — clear. 4PM 78 84 - *W Fresh breeze— fine. £0 10 A M 83 so ® Light airs. fine, clear 4 A If « 16 SW Fresh «ea breeze fine. 81 10-PM 69 07 N IJghtaIn,*ultry, 1849. (AM 69 08 6W Stroug breeze-line. January lit. 10 AM 78 ' 18 8W Moderate, flne, clear t 10* M 78 18 BE Light breeze— flne. S*M 78 16 SW Moderate fine, ddy. horizon 8 - 10 A M 77 80 SSW Mod. brz. fine, [clear 4 P M 78 SD SSW Fresh sea brx. fine 4 10 AM 66 .89 SSE Ug ht breeze.jsultry ? . . I I . / ? ?

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MR.WARNER'S INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 5 January 1842

mr.-va«ner's invention. ? [From the United Service Gazette* Jvjie 79.] A great deal of ridicule has been atrcrnj.rt.ed to be thrown on the instrument of war recently in troduced to the public through the medium. of the Times newspaper ; but ridicule is not the test of (.rath, and canuot impair the fprce of reasoning which is supported by positive c|j^^(COntro vcrti- bie facts. It appears that towai^s the close of 1830 Mr. Samuel Alfred Warner, who was bred to the sea, and is practically familiar with sea manship in. all its department's, discovered an en gine, by .weans of wliich the largest and most powerful ship ever constructed might be destroy ed in a few moments. His late Majesty Wilfia'm IV., who took a lively interest in nautical sci encei appears to have been so strongly impressed with the importance of Mr. Warner's invention, lliat he directed the late Admiral Sir Richard Keats to examine k and to report tohim iiponit. During two years, that gallant officer witnessed repeat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 5 January 1842

^ftayHlW - X' verance, 3 years !,oid,.ny-ef-t)uiU.; JmSBmB ITpr ' further , particulars' &pply to ;I$. | ^^^p^^'Bishop, commander/ .at Fietaanfl6,; or to the undersigned. r ' ! ' ; L. & W. SAMSON. ! December 27, 1841. *.r ' - ; ^ WESTERN AUSTRALIAN BANK; riiHE Half-yearly Meeting of the Proprietors X of this Bank will be l^eld, pureuant to the' Deed of Settlement, at -the Bank', on Wednesday, the 5th day of January next, at 12 o'clock in the forenoon. On this day the Bank will be 'closed for all business, except for bills falling due, and' the day following' w'Ml be a discount ^ay, instead of^ednesdayv ' : ??'? ; v ' '-' V* '?? ''??'*. By 6rd£rW the Board ofBifiebtprSi ? ?- # RICHARD WELJ.S,; ? Cashier. December 12,1841. ? ? '; ~ ' ? i WESTERN AUSTMALIAN S^EAM BOAT COMPANY. rtlHE share lists of the above company' being JL now nearly filled up, the shareholders are requested to come forward and sign the new lists now lying at the Club-house, or in the Ugnds of any of ...

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THE THREATENED IMPORT DUTIES.LETTER III. To the Editor of the "Inquirer." [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 5 January 1842

THE THREATENED IMPORT DUTIES. IETTEB III. To the Editor of the ' Inquirer.' Sir, — I am certainly the most unhappy of essayists in having fallen under the displeasure of your last week's correspondent, by my homely re marks upon the injudicious and ridiculous pro posal to subject this colony to a duty upon ail imports* I should have thought more highly of the author of that laborious production, had his can dour at all equalled his dutiful indignation j but when he endeavours to represent me as denounc ing all taxation, I fear he will be considered by the public to be no less disingenuous than feeble. The world, in general is probably as much in debted to him as I am, for the information that the people of every state must submit to be taxed to a certain ex text. 1 do not gainsay this whole some proposition ; but I repeat that when an adult male population of 1,000 persons (at the utmost) is already taxed to the tune of £11,000 per annum, the Legislature should pause before it levie...

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IN THE CIVIL COURT, Exparte Mr.Hugh Ross. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 5 January 1842

IN THE CIVIL COURT, - Exparte Mr. Hvgh Ross. A question of very considerable importance was decided on Thursday Ia6t, in tlie case of Mr. H. Ross, late Crown1 Solicitor in Van Diomcn's Land, who had been arrested in this colony on a warrant signed by his Excellency the Governor on the faith of another warrant signed by a magistrate in Van Diemcn's Land, for an alleged embezzle* ment of public monies in that country. In order to make the case clear, it may be a6 well here to recall the particu lar circumstances of it. The attention of the people in Swan River had been for some time drawn to Mr. Ross from statements that had appeared in the Van Diemen's Land papers, when suddenly he appeared amongst us. eiome time afterwards a warrant for his apprehension, signed by a Magistrate in that territory, arrived in a letter addressed to the government Resident of Fremantlr, but which letter had no signature. It wns forwarded bf the resident to the local government who had some commu nication...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 5 January 1842

tfHE itJSTBA^ABIAN, COLONIAL, S? GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE AND ANNUITY COMPANY. CAPITAL £200,000, IN 2,000 SHADES. Directors. Edward Barnard, Esq. C. E. Mangles, Ecq. H. Buckle, E«q. J. B. Hontvhornf Esq. John Henry Capper, Esq. J. H. Uavenilmw, £sq. Gide»a Colqafaouu, Etq. SirJaoJe* Stirliup. John Edwardcs Lyall, Esq. Willium Walker, Esq. Trustees. Ejdbm^d Barnard,. Esq. John Hf»ry Capper, Esq. T^ipniBf JtichardBon, Esq. ?%?? ' 4uditor£.v ? JUrJT. H.Doyle, Esq. . . Q. BJe^wasoD, £«)^ CowiWU. ? £aHfidf^fyffyalon Bunk, of Londou. P}iysie&firrR. I). Thomson, M-D. ,- SferetQ ry-^Edward Ryley, Esq. TT1HE following advantages ore offcired, by this X Association :?— , :. . * The £uarantee of an ample subscribed capital. ferenoo tefAflfitraiariiaiciIn^tniea^., j -if ..; -,', , -'Participation in Profits at? therendiof every 6*fc Jst&H-defl by .^cqn&ng 'i, mm ',A^cciiau\j^ t-'0i#\ opticfrtab retention^ of ^one-thil-d of intifliiuns j licerttee to proceed tiltiout extra ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 12 January 1842

TO BE LET, UNFURNISHED, ON an improvifijSJ leased that much-admired cottage ' The Bower,' at Guildfovd, with about 27 acres of land — chiefly meadow. The house consists of seven rooms, one of which is 24 by 15 ft. ; together with kitchen, out-offices, and oh excellent garden, well stocked with the finest fruit-trees, in full 'bearing. — Apply to Captain Meares, on the premises. ~* TO BE SOLD, (In fee simple,) About half a mile from Perth, AN excellent piece of garden ground situated on the borders of Lake Thompson, with a sub Btantial five foot fence, dwelling house, piggeries, &c. The land is partly in cultivation and slock' d with Vines, Apple, Peach, Fig, and other trees, many of which are in full bearing. Immediate possession may be had. For further particulars apply at the Office of this Jouma'. YOUNG FARMER. qH^ ri^HIS fine young Stal 4rafiL JL lion is three years old. JlflljaMgfib. Hi*3 s-re tnat well-known Av/^P^§ra%k t*10l'0ug'1 bred Yorkshire ©4* fZL-I?!V» stallion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 12 January 1842

SALES BY AUCTION, ^BALE AT PERTS. Ex -f Perseverance ,' from Sydney. TO BE SOLDBY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. L. & W. SAMSON, At their Auction- Rooms, Perth, on Wednesday next, the 12th January, at ONE o'clock pre 4t cisely, THE following articles : — Pork Hams Sugar Earthenware Iron pots Oatmeal Soap Superior wine in bottle Cider Choice ale in draught, &c, &c, &c. 83T Terms as usual. Perth, January 5, 1842. ? SALE AT YORK. TO BE SOLD¥Y AUCTION, BY MESSRS. L.& W. SAMSON, At the Waliingford Arms, York, on Wednes nesday, the 26th January, at TWO o'clock precisely f fTlHE following pggperty, by order of J. JL Manson, Esq. :— A chesnut mare and filly foal A bay mare and foal A bay mare 109 fine bred ewes 66 ewe lambs, and A quantity of wethers. Further particulars will be given at the time of sale. Terms — For purchases to the amount of £5 and upwards, approved bills at three months will be taken. f Perth, January 7, 1842. ? SALE AT PERTH. TO BE SOLDHBY A...

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Extract from a Meteorological Journal kept in the office of the Hon. the Surveyor—General, Perth. [Newspaper Article] — Inquirer — 12 January 1842

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Extract from a Meteorological Journal kept in the office ? of the Hon. the Surveyor-General, Perth. iiute. Time, iianu. Bar. Wind. Weather & Remurls. 1842 J.ID. fi 10 A K 01 80.24 S Light breerc, 'sultry. 4 P M 05 12 SSW Do., do. 6 10 Ail 88 06 S Light eire— sultry— cloudy. 4 AM 68 05 SSW Du. do. do. 7 10 PM 88 IS S Light breeze— cldy. — showers. 4AM 81 IS 6E Moderate breeze— heavy clouds. 8 10 AM 84 28 E Do., passing clouds. 5 P SI 66 17 E Nearly calm— cldy. — Eultry. S 10 A M 84 21 NE Moderate.flne— cldy. horizon. 4 P M 80 10 SE Do. do. do. 10 10 A M 65 ~ 18 S Light airs— clear. 4 P M 00 13 SE | Very light airs— anc. 11 10 A M 60 18 NR 'Light breeze— fine.

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