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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 26 February 1875

®l).e Mtümi %mixtíxm ®imes* SOLUSI NON MÜTAT GENUS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1875. THE report of the directors of the Mel- bourne and Champion Bay Lead .Mining Co., which will be found in another column, will, we have no doubt, be read with much interest by all. It will satisfy the doubtful that the minerals of the ^Northampton district are worth working, that the Company has the will and power to work them, and that the railway, from Champion Bay to the Mines, was a neces- sity if the minerals were to be worked to profit. So long as mining was conducted by those whose only capital was labour, the only possible result was the raising, such ores as could be got at without machinery and then the abandonment of the workings, however promising they might appear. So long as ore had to be carted 30 miles over bad roads, in a coun- try where labour whether of horse or man is only to be obtained at extravagant rates, besides being very limited in quantity mining enterprize wa&paralized,...

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Shipping Intelligence. FREMANTLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 26 February 1875

J^ípptng Infill* fence. FREMANTLE. ARRIVALS. Feb. 23.-Azelia, from Port Walcott, and Shark's Bay. Passengers-Messrs. J. Reilly, P. Dempsey, J. McKay, J. Warburton, J. Brown, G. Roe, G. Embleton, and Mrs. Cooper, j Cargo-180 bags copper ore, 8 hhds. pearl j shells, 2 kegs fat, case cheese, 2 bales wool 88 hbds, 15 bags pearl shelis. Same day.-Georgette, from Champion Bay. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Sewell, Mrs.N Bur- ges, Miss Burges, Mrs. Mills, Miss Mills, Mrs. Pearse and child, Miss Pearse, Mr, Whitfield, Mr. Stroud, Mr. Armstrong, Mr. Stokes, Miss Stokes, Mrs. Barford, Mrs. Williams. Cargo 107 bags flour, 690 bags wheat, 120 do. barley, *25 do. oats, 5 trusses hay, 300 sheep, 7 hides, 4 ton iron. Feb. 24.-Wild Wave, from Bunbury. Pas- sengers-Mrs. Abby, C. Shaw, W. Bailey, Mrs. Bailey, and 4 children, and three others. Cargo-15S bags potatoes, 7 kegs butter, 16 bags onions, 5 pckgs. apples, 14 hides. Same day.-Victoria, from Port Walcott, Ti ssengers--Mr. and Mrs. Crouch, Messrs. J....

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SMITHFIELD CLUB CATTLE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 26 February 1875

SMITHFIELD CLUB CATTLE SHOW. Any deficiency in the number of en- tries does not appear to detract at all from the popularity of the spectacle of highly fed animals and of collections of agricultural machinery provided by the Smithfield Club. On Monday 936 per- sons paid 5s. each for admission, which is an average attendance, though not quite equal to the extraordinary first day in 1873 ; on Tuesday the number of shillings taken was 23,065, against 20, 019 last year; and yesterday, the day principally chosen by excursionists from the country, the number was up to a full average of 38,000, and a long way ahead of the short attendance on the correspond- ing day last year, spoilt by the fog. It is remarkable that half the number of visitors yesterday entered the hall after. 5 o'clock ; but a glance last night at the streams of pedestrians, the throngs of cabs and of crammed and piled-up omni- buses, and the quickly following trains of full tramway cars was sufficient to ex- plain the mi...

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

IMPORTANT NOTICE. Clieap Printing! Cheap Printing!!! RODWELL & MCPHERSON, Printers, Bookbinders, and Paper Rulers, RESPECTFULLY tender their thanks to the public, 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 MCPHERSON, 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. NOTICE is hereby given, that a Eate of 5 per cent, has been declared upon all Rateable Property withi...

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

*\ " * ^ v» ^ v ATLAST The 'G-reat Desideratum oí the District Obtained A Cheap Sto^e ! ! ! CHAS. S. MONGER, Newcastle, has just received, ex CLEOPATRA, ROYAL MAIL STEAMER, and other recent arrivals, a most splendid assort* nient 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. MONGER. Newcastle, October 21 1874. To the Queen and Royal Family ; To H.R.H the Prince of Wales (Special Appointment) 5 And to several Indian Potentates, Foreign Governments, and Railway Companies. Established 1749. ô. W. BENSON, WATCH AND CLOCK, MAKER, GOLDSMITH, SILVERSMITH, AND ARTISTIC METAL WORKER. PRIZE MEDALIST OF 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 E...

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THE CULTIVATION OF FIGS AT SYMRNA. From the Adelaide Observer. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 26 February 1875

THE CULTIVATION OF FIGS AT SYMRNA. From the Adelaide Observer. . It will be remembered that several ironths ago we published a report from Mr. R. W. Cumberbatch, the British Consul at Smyrna, upon the method adopted at that place in drying figs tor market. As the particulars contained in the document were not particularly full the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society applied-through His Excellency Governor Musgrave to the Foreign Office for more detailed information upon the subject. Under cover of a despatch from Earl Carnarvon to Governor Mus- grave a more complete report has now been received. As it is of general inter- est to South Australian fruit growers we publish it below, together with tfye letter from Mr. Cumberbatch which accom- panies it. " H.B.M. Consulate, Smyrna, October 30,1874. "Sir-In reply to your Excellency's despatch, No. 21, dated October 19,1874, I have the honor to transmit herewith a further report respecting the cultivation and on tbe method of dryi...

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PERTH POLICE COURT. (Before E. W. Landor, Esq., P.M.) THURSDAY, FEB. 18th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 26 February 1875

PERTH POLICE COURT. (Before E. W. Landor, Esq., PM ) THUESDAY, FEB. 18th, 1875. James Warren, from York, in the employ of John Roach, was charged by Corporal Connor, with being found on the premises of Messrs. Padbury Loton, & Co., for some unlawful pur- pose. At the suggestion of His Worship, enquiries were instituted as to the character of the prisoner which resulted in his acquital. Thomas Connor, on pass to seek employment was charged by p.c. Hansford with being drunk and incapable. His Worship observed that the indulgence granted to prisoners to seek employment was constantly abused, they only thought of resorting to public houses, aud and getting drunk, and he should therefore sentence the prisoner to 1 months imprisonment with hard labor. Jinks, from York, upon being charged with being drunk and incapable was fined 5s. William Berkenshaw, a ticket-of-leave holder, and Christina Berkenshaw his wife, were again brought up on bail charged with stealing certain monies the...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 March 1875

TI E COLONIAL 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. Sir 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 Tarra, Chair- man. F. E. Beaver, Merchant, Melbourne. A. T. Clark, M.L.A., Williamstown. H. B. Donaldson, Merchant, Sandridge. 'James Forbes, Manufacturer, South Yarra. XJ*T. Jaques Martin, Melbourne, Managing > Director.' 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 unch...

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From the London Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 March 1875

From the London Times, Lord Derby is unfortunate. Once before he negotiated a Treaty with Mr. Reverdy Johnson which was instantly negatived by the Senate because Mr. Johnson was the Plenipotentiary who had agreed to it. In much the same way, if the present draught Treaty ever comes before the Senate it will be rejected -if for no other reason-because Mr. Fish is one of its joint authors. But the questions raised by the Deputation yes- terday are of lasting importance, and it is well that they should be understood in time. We must say, with great reluct- ance, that, in our judgment, neither Lord Derby nor Lord Carnarvon perfectly ap% predated their gravity. The point taken by the Deputation, from the Chambers of Commerce, was that the Dominion must not be allowed to admit goods from the United States free of duty when duties are levied by the Dominion on the same classes of goods imported from the United Kingdom ; and Lord Derby met it by agreeing that the Imperial Govern- ment could...

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MELBOURNE VINEGOWERS' ASSOCIATION. (From the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 March 1875

MELBOURNE VINEGOWERS' ASSO- CIATION. (From tlie Argus.) The last quarterly meeting of the Mel- bourne Vinegrowers* Association (post- poned on account of the Christinas holidays,) was held at Collins-street, on Thursday evening 21st inst. The ex- treme heat of the weather prevented the attendance of several who intended to have been present. The minutes of the last quarterly meeting having been read and confirmed, and also of a special meeting relative to the office of hon. secretary and treasurer, Mr. Maplestone said that though he re- quested to be relieved at . the annual meeting before the last, and at the last, annual meeting had actually resigned, yet as the difficulty of finding a successor still existed, he would hold office till the next annual meeting in July, which wouldgive ample time for the members to consider the subject, and make arrange- ments for the future. It was decided to defer the sampling of the European wines with those grown by the members till the next qua...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 March 1875

3= IMPOUNDED on the 17th inst, one DARK BROWN GELDING, 15 hands 3 inches high, blazejdown the face, two hind feet white, branded CM on the off shoulder, saddle and collar marked, has on a bell tied with a rope. ALSO, ONE BAY GELDING, black points, 15 hands high, branded on the near shoulder something like JO or JG ; botli horses shod around. If not claimed will be sold. J. PYKE, Poundkeeper. York Feb. 18th. [Ila. TO ¡Sawyers and Hewers. WANTED TEN PAIRS OF SAW ÏERS and SIX PAIRS of HEWERS. Apply to, GEORGE SIMPSON. Lockville. 19th February, 1875.

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PRINCE BISMARCK ON THE ORIGIN OF THE WAR. OF 1870. Journal des Debats. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 March 1875

PRINCE BISMARCK ON THE ORIGIN OF THE WAR. OF 1870. Journal des Débats. Recent discussions in tho Parliament at Berlin are highly interesting (writes M. John Lemoine) to the whole of Europe, and broach questions affecting the whole world. For this reason we turn once more to the declarations which have been made by the great director of German policy.It is known that M. de Bismarck has, as a sign of a final rupture with the Papacy, suppressed in the Esti- mates the salary of the Prussian envoy to Rome. He does not affect to deny the sovereignty and supremacy of the Pope over the Catholic Church,but he regards it as useless to send a political represent to a merely spiritual power. In adopting this course the German Chancellor does not declare war. He merely places Ger- many in the same position as England, which, at the time of the Reformation, ceased to recognise the Pope. England, however, subsequently felt that in the interests of her own internal government and of her Catholic su...

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GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 March 1875

GERMANY. The Magdeburg Gazette publishes statis- tics showing that, although the German Navy consists at present of only 23 vessels with 16 gunboats and six torpedo boats, the Mercantile Marine ranks next to those of England, America, and France. It consists of 219 steamers of 165,178 tons, and 263 sailing ships of 143,810 tons. The former have increased since 1867 by nearly 50 and the latter by more than 20 per cent. It has nearly reached the strength of France, which has 316 steamers of 240,273 tons and 4,951 sailing vessels of 906,705 tons, its tonnage having thus already exceeded that of the French Marine. England and its Colonies have 4,343 steamers of 1,641,000 tons and 32,461 sailing ships of 5,573,000 tons, while America has 3,625 steamers of 1,048,205 tons and 17,049 sailing ships of 2,146,585 tons. Next to Germany comes Russia with 185 steam- ers of 36,000 tons and 3,089 sailing ves- sels of 771,292 tons. Australia has 97 steamers of 52,005 tons and 2,692 sailing vessels o...

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COUNTRY NEWS. VICTORIA, 24th Feb. 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 March 1875

COUNTRY NEWS. ?X VICTORIA, 24th Feb. 1875. The return of two of the volunteers of the Clarkson search party, Edward Clarkson and J. Rowland, clears away ali doubts about the two unfortunate young men w hose remains were found north of Hool ey's Well. Rowland states that they found the remains ot Henry about nine miles north of Hooley Well and William's about 17 miles, both evidently return- ing south with one horse, the two pack horses not found. The inference is that they liad bean considerably f farther nortli and in returning had to abandon the pack horses, being knocked up. Aiter leaving the pack horses they had but one mare, and rode in turns William then, was evidently knocked up, for want oí water, and Henry came in with the mare to procure water at Hooley's Well, After leaving William the mare knocked up and Henry tied her up to a tree and walked into Hooley'a Well, procured water and was returning to the relief of his brother when he was overtaken by the natives, and eviden...

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Shipping Intelligence. FREMANTLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 March 1875

¿è>ï)ípping Intelligence FREMANTLE. ABEIVALS. Feb. 27-May, 27 tons, MaKanls, Master, from Irwin Uiver. Cargo-234 bags wheat, 1 box eggs, and 1 trunk. Same "day-Kate, from Port Walcott, (not reported at Custom House.) DEPARTURES. Feb. 24-Swan, 27 tons Geo. Headland, roaster for Dongarra. Cargo-127 telegraph poles. Feb. 25-Dania 25 tons, Thos. Johnson master for Bunbury and Vasse. Cargo-1 case cigars, 2 qr-tres, and 1 box tobacco, 1 qr-cask and 14 cases brandy, 14 oases gin and 8 do. tinder bond, 1 cask, 2 cases, 6 tres, and 2 hhds bottled ale, 2 casks porter, 1 <?ase claret, 1 ton and 12 bags flour, -£ ton salt, 1 box tea, 1 do currants, 21 bags barley 72 packages sundries. Same day-Rosette, 68 tons, J. Vincent, roaster for Champion Bay, Cargo-50 pine planks, 2 cases powder, 274 bags sugar, 394 pieces scantling, 6 pairs cart shafts, 3 bales leather, 1 hhd tobacco 57 sundry packages. Feb. 27-Bungaree, 89 ton3, Cornford master, for Irwin River. Cargo- timber.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 March 1875

W 0 c a I a « îr <S e n Z ra I ? AEREST.-It will be in the recollection of our readera that a few weeks ago a police con- stable named Armstrong wag shot dead by a native for whose arrest he held a warrant. The native after committing the fatal deed escaped into the bush, and although various rumours have subsequently been current of the capture of the runaway, his actual airest did not take place until Thursday last. On that day two police constables who had been en- gaged in tracking him up succeeded in over- taking him. He had a double-barrelled gun still in his possession, and he fired on both the constables when they came up to him. Luckily he missed them, and he was at once arresled and conveyed to Albany and locked up. The manner in which he possessed himself of the gun with which he shot Armstrong and fhod at the two other constables was in this wise. Another civilised native called Black Harry, who waa in the service of Mr. Thompson at Kojonup as a shepherd, was ...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 March 1875

BY ELECTRIC! TELEGRAPH. ALBANY-Saturday, Feb. 27.-Georgette, arrived 10-15 last night. GERALDTON-Sunday, Feb. 28.-Rosette, from Fremantle 10 a.m. ALBANY-Sunday, Feb. 28,-s.a. Ceylon, left for Colonies at 4 p.m. English Mail lett for Perth at 2 a.m. Emily Smith, arrived yes- terday from Adelaide. Water Witoh, arrived from whaling grounds.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 March 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.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 March 1875

k 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. ME. JOSEPH T. MONGEB HAS received instructions from Mr. John Lloyd, who is about leaving his present Farm, " near York," to sell by public * action 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 Wheafc. 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 Eiding Saddles. 1 Racing Saddle with Horse Clothing. 1 Spring Trap. The whole of the Household Furniture, and other useful artic...

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PLEASURES OF OFFICIAL LIFE IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 March 1875

PLEASURES OF OFFICIAL LIFE IN FRANCE. It must be said that in no part of the world has a man greater merit in leaving office than in France ; in no country is the position of Minister thought more agreeeable in every way than in France. Between a simple Deputy and a Minister there is an immense distance. Not only do the Ministers enjoy a salary which dis- appears with the Portfolio, but they are surrounded by obsequious satellites, whose praises are loud enough to prevent criticism from being heard. Their residences are princely, State furniture adorns their drawing-rooms, thronged with subordinates, supplicants, and flat- terers. Livery servants, superbly proud in their demeanour, watch over the threshold of the sanctuaries; splendid orderlies, mounted on vigorous steeds, convey the Minister's most trifling com- mand from one end of the capital to the other. The journals, even those which criticize his conduct in the first column, generally inform the expectant world in the second ...

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