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THE LONDON "TIMES" AWAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 February 1875

THE LONDON "TIMES" AWAKE. Some consternation has been caused in the newspaper offices here in consequence of the manner in which the London Times is at least making use of the prac tically boundless resources which are at iis command. Among London news- paper men a common topic of conver- sation used to be the slowness of the Times, With any amount of capital at its command, it seemed to make but little use of it. It had good correspond- ents in every capital, but they were generally slow. It was no uncommon thing for the other daily journals to beat the Times in the publication of news, foreign or domestic ; and the Times would constantly publish with an air of sublime unconcern, intelligence which had ap- peared in jifs contempories days before. Now all this has been changed in a man- ner which begins to make its contem- poraries feel decidedly unconfortaWe^>v When the Times, a few months ago. ob- tained the use of a special wire from Paris for its own use, it was innocently th...

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THE VATICAN DECREES IN THEIR BEARING ON CIVIL ALLEGIANCE. APPENDICES. APPENDIX A. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 February 1875

THE VATICAN DECKEEfc* IN THEIR BEARING ON CIVIL ALLEGIANCE. APPENDICES. APPENDIX A. The numbers Tiere given correspond with those of the Eighteen Propositions given in the text, where it would have been convenient to cite the originals, 1, 2, 3. '' Ex qua ommino falsa socialis ré- gi minis idea haud timent erroneam illaro fovere opinionem. Catholic» Ecclesise. animarumque saluti maxime exitialeru, a rec. mern. Gregorio XIV. prsedecessore Nostro deliramentnm appel latum (eâdem Encycl. ' Mirari'), nimirum, liber tat um con seien tise et cultuum ease pro prium cujuscunque hominis jus, quod lege proclaman, et asseri débet in omni recte con- stitute societate, et jus civibus innesse ad omnimodam libertatuin nulla vel ecclesiasticâ, vel civili auctoritate coarctandam, quo suos conceptúa quoscümque sive voce sive typis, sive alia ratione palam publiceque manifestare ac declarare valeant."-Encyclical Letter. 4. " Atque silcntio pva3terire non possumus eorum audaciam, qui sanam non sustinent...

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY.FEBRUARY 23, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 February 1875

Coe ffitetc.ni SUistoüait ©urces. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAYT^EBRTJAR^ WE print in another column a letter from as we may suppose, ' the Bev.' J. O'EEILT "which will be read with interest, as, if we may say ?o without offence, affording ad- ditional evidence if évidence were wanting that there are open questions, at least in the opinion of some of her members, in the Church to which he belongs, notwith- standing the infallibility claimed by the POPE and after his distinct and' definite declarations respecting them. As a defence of the distinguished member of his Church whose words we quoted, we venture to think the'letter a work of su- pererogation, v;e feel sure that the quota- tion weinadefrom Mr.de LISLE'Sletter will hay.e been understood by our readers in the sense in which we intended and Mr. O'KEILY desires, that.it should be. No one we think ever expressed any doubt as to Mr. de LISLE'S "attachment to the Church of Korne, of which indeed he has given, as is well known, ma...

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THE LIFE OF THE PRINCE CONSORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 February 1875

THE LIFE OF THE PBINCE CONSOBT.* THE memoirs of the life of H.R.H. Prince Albert, of which the first volume edited bv Mr. Martin, at the command of Her Majesty, has recently appeared, must command an interest accorded to *>ut few works of the same character. In the absence of the book itself, we think that we cannot do better than present our readers with a review of it taken from the Spectator. There must have been reason for the opinion, so general at the time of the death of the late Prince Consort, that he had exercised an important influence for good in Great Britain ; that feeling had been gaining in intensity for some years but, as often happens we do not appreciate the value of a thing until we have lost it, the impor- tance of the Princes life to the nation was not fully understood by the majority until after his death ; and although the sump- tuous monument, erected to his memory in Hyde Park presents, perhaps, rather the expression of the estimation in which he was hel...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 February 1875

MARRIAGE. BROWN.-HOWARD.-On February 16th, Maitland Brown, Esq., M.L.C., of Glengarry, to Amy Frances, daughter of Rev. George Routh Howard of Perth. DIED. WADE.-At Perth, on the 6th February, 1S75, SEATON JOHN, the third and beloved son of Thos.Henry, and E. Emily A. Wade; aged, 19 years, deeply regretted by all who knew him. He died trusting in Christ his Saviour.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 February 1875

AT LAbT The Grreat Desideratum oí tlie District Obtained 'A -. Leap Store ! ! ! CHAS. S. MONGEE, Newcastle, has just received, ex CLEOPATEA, ÈOYAL MAIL STEAMEE, 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. All marketable produce taken in pay- ment. C. S. MONGEE. Newcastle, October 21 1874. To the Queen and Eoyal Family ; To H.E.H the Prince of Wales (Special ' "* Appointment) ; And to several Indian Potentates, Foreign Governments, and Eailway Companies. « Established 1749. J. W. BENSON, WATCH AND CLOCK, MAKEE, GOLDSMITH, SILVERSMITH, AND AETISTIC METAL WOEKEE. PRIZE 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 ESTABLI...

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PERTH POLICE COURT. (Before E.W. Landor, Esq., P.M) MONDAY, FEB. 13th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 23 February 1875

PERTH POLICE COURT. (Before E.W. Landor, Esq., P.M) MONDAY, FEB. 13th, 1875. Jane Ecclesby, an old offender, was ch arged by p.c. McAtee, with being drunk, in William Street. His Worship observed, only a short time had elapsed, when a similar charge was made against her, and in hopes of a reformation, she was discharged with a caution. Kindness failing to have the desired effect, for this offence she must suffer 7 days imprisonment. Thomas Cooper, from the North-west Coast, was brought up in custody by p.c. Hansiord, charged with being drank and incapable. The police constable stated that he arrested Cooper, more for his protection than anything else, observing that he was surrounded by a mob ot well-known thieves and prostitutes, only waiting the opportunity of transfering his property into their possession. The defendant admitted the charge and was fined 5s. MONDAY, FEB. 15th, 1875. Thomas Newman, in the service of Mr. Sowden, was charged with a breach of ticket-of leave regulatio...

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NEW POLICE COURT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 26 February 1875

NEW POLICE COURT. TO THE EDITOB. Si¡r,^-In your contemporary's issue of the 17th inst., A correspondent under the norn de plume JuÑiUi, after acquitting¡himself of some mendacious effusions by a sweeping condemna- tion of all Public Works executed in this Colony since Governor Hampton's departure., proceeds in the same strain to characterise the New Police Court as " next to useless"-" A miserable little box"-" not more than half the size of the old one." Now let me inform this would be corrector of abuses in Public Expend« ture, as he evidently has not taken that trouble himself, that the superficial area of the New Police Court is more than double that of the old, or present one, and that its accommodating area, instead of being only one half that of the other is nearly 100 square feet in excess of it. So much for the value of his production en- dorsed as its veracity has been by your contem- porary» He next urges this barefaced and mischievous perversion as au instance of the nec...

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TOODYAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 26 February 1875

TOODYAY. "Wine-making is pretty general here at pre- sent. Drought and heat have to a certain extent damaged the crop of grapes, but in the main there is a very fair yield. On Thursday next the annual festival, pro- vided principally for the young people attending the school for sunday teaching kindly conducted by Miss Harper for many years past, will take place in Newcastle, when a large attendance is expected» as this is said to be the last gathering of this kind which will take place under Miss Harper's auspices. Our Chaplain the ¡Reverend |W. H. Pidcock intends, at an early date to commence a Sunday School, in connection with the Church. A building suita- ble for the purpose, is rather a stumbling block ; but this, I think, can be got over, pending the erection of the school room at present contemplated. I understand that several horses are in train- ing for the Northam Kaces, and that the character of that meeting is likely to be main- tained this year. Those who are fond of ra...

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COUNTRY NEWS. GREENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 26 February 1875

COUNTRY NEWS. GREENOUGH. There is very little news of any importance to communicate from this District. Wheat reap- ing is about completed, but I can give no return of the average crop per acre this time, hut will do so as soon as possible, I have not heard what price the farmers are getting for their corn this year. The mills are busy now, and will continue to be so for some time to come. Bush fires aie very prevalent just at present, and tend to make it very close and hot. Our worthy R. M., R. Fairbairn, Esa. seems de- termined to put ajstop to this bush burning if possible, a case was tried here this week, when aman named Shan was fined £5 for setting light to the bush, it is to be hoped that this will be a warning to.others. A ere broke out at a man's named Ventura, a small farmer on the Back Flats, in his absence ; he lost his hay- stack, three pîgs were burnt in the sty, and his stable, cart and harness and dwtiling house were only saved through the exertions of his neighbours...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 26 February 1875

%flíal »ni* êinirgl. MOONLIGHT MASGH.-An unclouded sky, a full round silvery moon, and a balmy refresh- ing breeae, rendered the moonlight march of the volunteers on Monday evening very enjoy- able. The company met at the Town Hall at half past five o'clock, and, under the command of Lieut. Hillman, marched to the strains of their band from the armoury to the jetty, where the steamer Lady Stirling was in walting with steam up, ready to convey them to Fre- mantle. There was a very stroag muster. Shortly after six o'clock, a start was made, the band strikingup «. The girl I left behind me," which« under the circumstances, could, hardly be deemed appropriate, seeing the number of girls, wives and sweethearts, who were accom- panying our citizen soldiers on the occasion, the small charge of one shilling made by the steamer for the trip to and fro having induced a large number of civilians to avail themselves of thus visiting Fremantle in the cool of the evening. It was nine o'clock befo...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 26 February 1875

TO THE EDITOR. Sir, I thank you for your kindness in afford- ing me space for my former letter, and for the courteous tone in which you comment upon the remarks eontained it it. May 1 ask the favor of insertion for a few words of further explana- tion rendered necessary, as it appears to me, by some observations in your leader ? Nothing could be more remote from my in- tention than that any words of mine should warrant the conclusion that certain questions could be regarded as open ones by a Catholic after the Pope's " distinct and definite declara- tions respecting them." What I wished to say, and what I think, the drift of the last paragraph of my letter clearly conveys, is, that there are many questions of a theological nature, upon which we have no distinct or definite declaration of the Pontiff, and upou which Catholics are free to adopt the views to which the sources of information at their command incline them. It seems to me that it was only through an oversight as regards t...

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ERRATUM. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 26 February 1875

ERRATUM. TO THE EDITOB. Sir, In my letter in the Inquirer of yesterday a printers error occurs, by which I appear to say that the freight of railway iron for Gerald ion was only £i 11s. per ton; it should have been ¿81 16s. By inserting this correction you will much oblige. Your obedt. servant, G. RANDELL. Perth, Feb." 25th 1875.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 26 February 1875

TO CORRESPONDENTS. 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. We should have printed to-day, th* letter signed " Progress" for which we had not room in our last, had not a remarkable confirmation of the opinion expressed by Mr. Taylor, res- pecting the country about the sources of the Murchison, been communicated to us in the interim* We are informed that Mr. J. For- rest has taken up 200,000, acres of land on lease, a fact which needs no comment.

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MELBOURNE AND CHAMPION BAY LEAD MINING COMPANY, (LIMITED). To the Shareholders of the Melbourne and Champion Bay Lead Mining Company, (Limited). [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 26 February 1875

MELBOURNE AND CHAMPION BAY LEAD MINING COMPANY, (LIMITED). To the Shareholders of the Melbourne and Champion Bay Lead Mining Company, {Limited), LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, WE are enabled, on this occasion, to place before you a very complete Financial Statement of your Company's affairs to 31 December, 1874, the Secretary at the Mines and the Local Board at Western Australia having carefully carried out the instructions of the head office, in keeping and rendering proper accounts and reports relating to the business and operation» of the Company here. Accompanying the Balance Sheet will be found the Working Account of the Prince Alfred shaft, Narra Tarra. Also, a Profit ana Loss Account. To these documents we invite your careful attention, and it affords us much pleasure to feel ourselves justified in congratu- lating you on the total results. During the half-year there has been shipped from Champion Bay, by this* company, 421 tons of most excellent ore. There is ready for shipment at th...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 26 February 1875

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. BUNBURY.-Wednesday 24th, Georgette ar- rived at 5 p.m. Thursday 25th, Georgette, leid tor Vasse at 2 a.m. VASSE.-Georgette, arrived 6 a.m., left for Albany 7 a.m. FREMANTLE.- Swan, sailed for Dongarra; Dania sailed for Bunbury.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 26 February 1875

~\ S. S. " GEORGETTE ') - SAILS from Champion Bay every 4th SATURDAY, under contract with the Government, to convey English and Co- lonial mails to and from Albany. Pas- sengers will please note the postal time- tables, for the departure of the boat from the different ports. CONNOR & McKAY. August 8,1874. IMPORTANT SALE « ST. PATRICKS' DAY, YORK.. MR. JOSEPITT. MONGER HAS received instructions from Mr. John Lloyd, who is about leaving his present Farm, " near York," to sell by public auction on WEDNESDAY, March 17th, 1875, the whole of his stock, comprising : MACHINERY, Ploughs. Harrows. About 70 tons Hay, old and new. 1 Large stack of Wheat Straw. 1 do. do. Barley do. About 500 bushels Wheat. Do. 300. do. Barley. Do. 25 Horses broken to Saddle and Harness. 1 Entire Horse * Bare-Bones' by ' Khor assan." Cattle, Cart, Harness. Pigs, Trap Harness. Poultry, 2 Riding Saddles. 1 Racing Saddle with Horse Clothing. 1 Spring Trap. The whole of the Household Furniture, and other usef...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 26 February 1875

Cattle and Horses. Mr. TÏÏ0S. SMITH WILL sell by publie auction in" the En- closure opposite the Horse & Groom Tavern, Goderich Street, Perth, on WEDNESDAY, 10th March, 1875, ABOUT TEN HEAD of superior Cows and young stock. Also, about ten well-broken draught Horses. Sale to commence at twelve o'clock. TERMS AT SALE. Perth, February 23, 1875. I f. WILKINSON & Co, WILL sell by public auction at James* Hotel, Perth, on WEDNESDAY, 3rd fe March, 1875, at 12 o'clock sharp, J, A BOUT 25 tons of Fine Flour, Cham A pagne, Claret, Scented Soap. TERMS AT SALE. Perth City Council. NOTICE. TENDERS will be received by the * Perth City Council up to 8 p.m. on ÏRÏDAY, March 5, for the following worifs, viz., to furnish and cart clay for making the undermentioned footpaths, five feet wide and four inches thick when finished, at per rod run : EAST. WARD : 1.-To make clay path from Moore to Lord Street, through Hill and Wittenoom Streets, 2.-To make claypath in Goderich Street, from C...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 26 February 1875

Ti ECOLONIAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSU- RANCE SOCIETY (Limited). For MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE, AN- NUITIES, AND ENDOWMENTS. PRESIDENT : His Honour Sir Redmond Barry. VICE-PRESIDENTS : The Hon. William M. Arnold, New South Wales. The Hon-SSfo M. C. O'connell, M. L. C, Queens- land. The Hon. Arthur Blyth, South Australia. The Hon. Sir J. Milne Wilson, M. L. C, Tas- mania. His Honour Judge Pohlman, Victoria. Principal Office 84 COLLINS STREET-WEST, MELBOURNE. DIRECTORS: The Rev. H. Plow Kane, South Yarra, Chair- man. F. E, Beaver, Merchant, Melbourne. A. T. Clark, M.L.A., Williamstown. H. B. Donaldson, Merchant, Sandridge. James Forbes, Manufacturer, South Yarra. T. Jaques Martin, Melbourne, Managing ^irector. Offices in Brisbane, Adelaide, Hobart Town, Launceston, Sydney. SPECIAL FEATURES. All profits belonging to those assured No business other than Life Assurance, Annuities, and Endowments, can be transacted The Society cannot amalgamate with any other. Policies unconditional and unchallengeabl...

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MESSRS G. F. WILKINSON & Co. MONTHLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 26 February 1875

MESSRS G. F. WILKINSON & Co.» MONTHLY REPORT. Flour, «£13 to ¿Ê13 lös* per ton» with down ward tendency. Pollard «£8 per ton, firm» Bran «£8 do. do. Wheat, 5s. per bushel, supplies large. Barley, 5s. 6d. do. do scarce. Oats, 5s. 6d. do. do do. Hay, good sown, ,£8 per ton, firm, " Self sown «£710s. do, do. Cut hay 20s. extra, firm.v STOCK, Fat Sheep, 4d. per lb.,, fair supply. Fat Cattle, 4d. do. Store sheep from 10s,. to 15s. do. Horses, good cart horses,, in demand, ¿£15 to Hacks, £10 to £15, demand limited. Unbroken horses unsaleable. Wool report from our Melbourne correspon- dent ¿ Greasy-Inferior. Ordinary Good to superior Fleece-Washed, inferior Ordinary Superior Scoured-Inferior Ordinary Good Superior SHEEPSKINS. Prices have been well supported given over last rates. Butchers skins,. Is. 3d. to 3s. each. Full grown 4s. to 7s. ¿ dry skins, ed* to 8d. per lb. HIDES. The market remains stationary, the supply being moderate. Ox-hicles 22s. to 33s. 6d* each ; cow hides#15s....

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