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

IMPORTANT NOTICE, Cheap Printing! Cheap Printing!!! RODWELL & 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,J 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. ^an« TVJOTICE is hereby given, that a Rate J.1 of 5 per cent, has been declared upon all Rateable Pro...

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LOCAL COURT PERTH. (Before E. W. Landor, Esq, P. M.) THUESDAY, 25th FEBSUARY, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 March 1875

LOCAL COURT PERTH. (Before E. W. Landor, Esq , P. M.) THUESDAY, 25th FEBSUARY, 1875. Seelingson v Stout.-Mr. E. A. Stone for Plaintif, Mr. Howell for Defendant. The plaintiff in this case sought to recover a sum of £D, amount of an order drawn, in anticipation of employmeat, by defendant on Messrs. Stir- ling & Son some three years ago, and which they declined to honor. It was advanced on behalf of the defendant that at a recent settle- ment of accounts between the present litigants thro* this Court the decision then arrived at absolved the defendant from all further liability to that date, in fact that the settlement in- volved in the decision in question acted as a general release of the defendant from all further liability to the plaintiff. To this view of the matter Mr. Stone took objection con- tending that as this item form ed no part of the account in question, it should be dealt with on its own merits. Mr. Howell strongly animad- verted upon the plaintiffs conduct in...

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CLARKSON SEARCH EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 March 1875

CLARKSON SEARCH EXPEDITION. Messrs. Clarkson and Rowland returned from search, and report as follows :-Reached camp on Murchison on 3rd February, stopped one day to rest horses, and on oth started for A .Hooley's Well, travelled up the river about *03 miles and camped; on the 6th reached Hooley's Well at dark, and cleared the well out and managed to get a little water for the horses. On the 7th E. Clarkson, R. Clarkson, and W. Bryan started off in search of water, the rest of tha party remaining at Hooley's Well cleaning it out, and sinking it three feet lower than it had been previously, and could not get sufficient water for one horse; about half-past eleven the Clarkson's returned, bring- ing word that they had found a spring of fresh water about 8 miles west of Hooley's Well bringing with them the stock of a gun, two stirrup irons, half a stirrup leather and part of a bridle, having found these in a natives hut. W. Bryan identified the stock as belonging to a gun he had lent to ...

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 2 March 1875

®b£ WkzUxrt %\x$tïtimx öwntes. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1875. A NOTABLE example of the inability, even uf the most sagacious, to legislate well for those of whom they know any thing only by report, as well as of the .raischief attending legislation for par- ticular purposes and not on general prin- ciples, has been lately afforded by Lords DERBY and CARNARVON at the reception given by them to a lai'ge deputation from many Chambers of Commerce in Eng- land. The results at which those noble Lords arrived would seem more suitable to statesmen, and those not the foremost, of the reign of George 3rd, than of Vic- toria. It appears that a reciprocal treaty of Commerce has been negociating, for some time, between the Dominion of Canada and the United States of North America, by which certain manufactured articles, which, if imported from England would have to pay duty, were as it was pro- posed, when imported from the United States to be admitted free. The deputa- tion desi...

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

ATLAST The G-reat Desideratum oí tlie District Obtained A Cheap Store ! ! ! CHAS. 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. 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) ; 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. PRIZE MEDALIST or 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. W...

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

Sale of Wines and Spirits. G. P. WILKINSON & Co. HAVE been favored with instructions from P. A. GUGERI, Esq., to sell by public auction at his Wine Vaults, St. George's Terrace, Perth, (oposite Messrs. Habgoods Store), on THURS- DAY, the 4th MARCH, at 11 o'clock precisely, ABOUT 200 doz. of very fine assorted Red and White Wines. Several qr.-casks of the same. ALSO, Rum, Brandy, and Geneva, in wood and case. Fine Port Wines, and first class sher- ries. y TERMS AT SALE. VG. F. WILKINSON & Co, WIM. sell by public auction at James' Hotel, Perth, on WEDNESDAY, 3rd < March, 1875, at 12 o'clock sharp, ABOUT 25 tons of Fine Flour, Cham- pagne, Claret, Scented Soap. TERMS AT SALE. Cattle and Horses. Mr. TÏÏ0S. SMITH WILL sell by public 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 comme...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 March 1875

Notice. THE undersigned being about to eloso his business on the 15th March next, 1875, requests that all outstand- ing accounts may be settled by the 1st of April, after which date all debts not arranged, for will be placed in the hands of his Solicitor for recovery. ALED. SMITH. Beverley, Feb. 27 1875. (Inquirer please copy, 4 insertions^

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 March 1875

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. DONGARRA-Monday 1st, Bungaree« arrived from Fremantle. 3 p.m. WILLIAMS-English mail passed at 8 p.m. BUSSELTON-Tuesday 2nd, Brig Nile, sailed for Adelaide, 6 p.m. yesterday. GERALDTON-Wednesday 3rd, Eosette, sailed for Dongarra, BUNBURY-Same day, Dania, from Fre- mantle. ALBANY.-Same day, Teresa, sailed this morning for New Castle, N. S. Wales, Hercu- les sailed for New Bedford. VASSE-Same day, James and Mary, arrived from Adelaide, 8 a.m. ALBANY,-Thurday 4th, s.s. Nubia, with Colonial Mails, arrived 7 a.m., Georgette, left for Fremantle, 2-30. p.m. VASSE.-Dania. from Bunbury, anchored at midnight. THE P. & O S.S. Nubia, with the mails from the Eastern Colonies, arrived at E ing George's Sound at half-past seven this morning. Passengers for this colony : Miss O'Reilly, Mrs. Hale, Mrs. Hayes and son, Captain Shand, Mrs. Broad- hurst, and Messrs. S. Hymus, Bibpham, and Hemwood. By telegraph from Albany-P. & O. s.s. TSubia sailed for Galle at 7 p....

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COUNTRY NEWS. TOODYAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 March 1875

COUNTRY NEWS. TOODYAY. I am glad to find that our Northam neigh- bours have held a meeting and decided upon inviting His Excellency the Governor, to be present at the races on the 31st instant, and entertaining him at a public banquet to take place afterwards. It was expected that His Excellency would shortly visit the Eastern Districts, and the Northamites have availed themselves of the opportunity of inducing him to come when he could see Northam in its holiday garb. This is as it should be, and I only hope the rest of the Eastern Districts will follow the example there set them, and give His Excellency a hearty reception. As soon as Lent is over, there is a talk of something to freshen us up a little, in the way of races, bazaar, cricket matches «Sec, &c. The very busy time will then be over, and the settlers will be looking out for a little innocent recreation. Carting statistics would be interesting just now, as it is supposed that never at any period since the foundati...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 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 oí 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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PERTH WORKING MEN'S ASSOCIATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 March 1875

PERTH WORKING MEN'S ASSOCIATION. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-1 take the liberty to communicate, that the committee of this association held a meeting on Wednesday evening last to consider what steps should be taken in reference to the correspondence which has recently appeared in the columns of the Inquirer, purporting to re- present what had taken place at one of its monthly meetings, at which Mr. Farmer was propesed as Vice-President. The meeting very wisely disclaimed all relationship with the cor- respondence in question, setting forth in one of a series of resolutions its regret that Mr, Cooper should have thought fit to couple its influence or name with the letter which appeared in his name in the Inquirer of last Wednesday, with a request that he would by another letter to that journal notify as much. It was also resolved to publish an extract of the minutes of the monthly meeting referred to so far as they relate to Mr. Farmer, and the discussion which took place concerning him. Thi...

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Daily Post. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 March 1875

Daily Post The very resignation which we discuss { is one more proof of Mr. Gladstone's ,". elevation above common political arabi- ^ tion, inasmuch as it shows that he is re- \ luctant to give up to party powers which were meant for mankind. When he thinks that he can no longer hold the * rudder of State with dignity and consis- . tency,he quietly resigns it to other hands, and seeks in the congenial society of his books an ample compensation for the trials and the responsibilities of power. The loss is his country's ; we heartly hope that the gain will be his own. It is a great thing for a man when it can be truly said that his conduct in public hie and his retirement from it become him equally. VOLUNTEERS IN GREAT BRITAIN.-An abstract issued from the War Office shows that, according to the Annual re- turns up to the 1st of November last the" maximum establishment of volunteers in Great Britain was 236,685, subdivided thus :-Light horse, 995 ; artillery, 42,026 engineer, 8,410; mo...

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DIOCESAN SYNOD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3rd. [FIRST DAY-EVENING SITTINNS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 March 1875

DIOCESAN SYNOD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3rd. ¿ - c ^ [FIRST DAY-EVENING SITTINNS.] t The SYNOD met, in accordance with notice, at 7 p.m. PRAYERS. Tae PRESIDENT (the Eight Eev. the Bishop, offered prayers. INAUGURAL ADDRESS. The PRESIDENT then delivered the following address : MY DEAR BRETHERN. OP THE CLERGY AND LAJTY, MEMBERS OF THE DlOCESAN SYISOD, We have once more to express our gratitude that we are permitted by al- mighty God to assemble in Synod to take counssl together concerning the advancement, of our blessed Master's kingdom in this our land. Various reasons/I am sorry to say, in- terfere with the attendance of members at this meeting. This day for the meeting of Synod was named last year, after careful consideration as being a time suitable for our purpose ; but what- ever time may be chosen, some members of Synod will always find it difficult to leave their home duties. Let us, how- ever, hope that attendance upon these occasions will always be looked upon as a duty of much imp...

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MR. GLADSTONE'S RESIGNATION. (Spectator). [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 March 1875

MR. GLADSTONE'S RESIGNATION. (Spectator). A' great blow has lallen this week upon the Liberal party. Mr. Gladstone, in a letter to Earl Granville, dated the 11th inst., has announced his final decision to retire from the leadership of the Liberal party. He has reviewed since last March " a number of considerations, both public and private, of which a por- tion, and these not by any means insig nificant, were »ot'in existence" then, and says, " at the age of sixty-five, and after forty-two years of a labourious public life, I am entitled to retire on the present opportunity. This retirement is dictated to me by my personal views as to the best method of spending the closing years of cuy life." He will cordially support any arrangements for the " treat- ment of general business, and for the advantage or convenience of the Liberal party," but he is for a short time en- gaged "on a special matter which occupies him closely." Earl Granville expresses in reply the profound regret of his c...

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Correspondence. THE "WATER CURE" SYSTEM FOR FEVERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 March 1875

0rr*s90vbttt¿*. THE «WATER CURE" SYSTEM FOR FEVERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE W. A. TIMES. Sir,-The letter of the Rev. John Stephens to the London Times, copied into your journal of this day, is not only very interesting, but (I hope) likely, if the process there described is followed out here, to be exceedingly useful, at all events to those living beyond reach of medical assistance, if not to the public generally. I myself have had some experience of the " water cure" system as so effectually practised by the late Dr. Priessnitz of Freiwaldau (Silesia). He, (who I believe) was the originator of the " water cure" for use in cases of fever is unfortunately dead), but I am glad to see the system lives, as it appears Mr. Stephens had experience of it, so lately as last year-and no doubt Dr. Steiger, referred to by him, is a disciple of Dr. Priessnitz. Irecollect it being said at Freiwaldau {whero I was for six months) that Pries- snitz was scarcely ever known to lose a fever patient, when ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 March 1875

-v 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. PATRICKS9 DAY, TORIL. MR. J0SEPH~T. 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 17&, 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 — 5 March 1875

Perth City Council. NOTICE ripENPERS will be received by the JL Perth City Council up to 8 p.m. on FRIDAY, March 5, for the following works, 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 Cemetery Road to Plain-St. CENTRAL WARD: 3.-To make cláypath in Parry Street, from Stirling to Lord Street. 4.^To make claypath in Hutt Street, fromWraneis to Ellen Street. 5.-"$o make claypath in Lamb Street, from Hutt Street to Beaufort Street, and Beaufort Street continued eight chains. WEST WARD: 6.-To make claypath in Palmerston Street, (North side Russell Square), from Hardinge to Newcastle Street. 7.-To make claypath in Lake Street, from Roe Street to Ellen Street. 8....To make claypath in Dyer Street, from Marquis to Charles Street. For Nos. 6, 7, and 8, in th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 March 1875

Til E COLONIAL MUTUAL LIFE ÄSSÜ * BANGE SOCIETY (Limited). For MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE, AN NUITIES.AND ENDOWMENTS. PRESIDENT: Hie Honour Sir Redmond Barry« VrCE-PRESIDENTS: The Hon. William M. Arnold, N^w South Wales. The Bon. 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 Ker. H. Plow Kane, South Yarra, Chair- man. T. E. .Beaver, Merchant, Melbourne. A, T. Clark, M.L.A., Williamstown. H. B. Donaldson, Merchant, Sandridge. w ; james Forbes, Manufacturer, South Yarra. ?T. Jaques Martin, Melbourne, Managing t 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 unchal...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 March 1875

IMPORTANT NOTICE. C heap Printing ! Cheap Printing!!! EODWELL & MCPHERSON; Printers, Bookbinders, and Paper Rulers, RESPECTFULLY tender their thanks to the publie, for the steady sup4 poTt they have given them sinee 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 MCPHBBSON, 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, <fcc, &c. IMPOUNDED on the 17th inst, one DARK BROWN GELDING, 15 hands 3 inches high, blaze down the face,...

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The Western Australian Times. SOLUM NON MUTAT GENUS. FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Australian Times — 5 March 1875

®b* ©estent australian Sames, SOLUSI NON MtJTAT GENUS. FRIDAY, MARCH 5, IS75. WE wait.> telegraphic communication for news of interest from England. The effect of Mr. GLADSTONE'S resignation, on the Liberal Party, is not vet known. The papers are filled with accounts of losses by sea and land. La Plata, Cos patrick, and Lender, at Shipton near Oxford and near Wigan' in Lancas shire, in former 40 and in latter one person was killed and many seriously injured. La Plata 60 Cospatrick 460Lean- der 24. Why the papers should give detailed accounts of the condition of the sufferers we do not know, unless sensa- tional accounts pay as we suppose they do from their too frequent manufacture. In the U.S. of .North America especially this manufacture is extensively carried on. Some time since we had a monster farm. After that an escape of wild beasts 'from a menagerie. Now we have the Marriage of the King of Spades with the Queen of Diamonds i.e., of Malia daughter of De Souza OABRAL,the Gre...

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