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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 October 1865

QUEENSLAND. The Government have adopted a report re- commending steam communication via Torres Straits, and voted a sum of money for the service.

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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, OCTOBER 13, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 October 1865

Jertfe (guette « m. %. ttime*. " Be just and fear not ; Let all tlie ends thou aim'st at. be thy country's, ^ Thy God's, and truth's."-Shàkspeare. n Ï^ÏSàTrOCTOB^Kl3rÎ865] Oue advertising friends, and the arrival of the Mails, has left us insufficient space to do justice to the defence of Gover- nor Hampton put forth on Wednesday last by " the organ." We hope however next week to have ample room to show that " my predecessor" has been used quite long enough as the horse on which to saddle all expenditure upon Govern- ment Houses.

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THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH CABLE. FAILURE OF THE EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 October 1865

-:-.- bu THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH CABLE. mi --. _ rni J. VI Failure op the Expédition. Ae We regret to announce that the attempt to connect Europe with America by means of the eleetricjwirehas for the timeproved abortive. It may be remembered that we stated in our last that a defeat in the insulation of the cable was discovered on board the Great Eastern on the 24th of July, and that an official telegram on the 25th had been received from Valentia, pro- nouncing the cable to be again all right-" A hitch, has been discovered but it had been recti- fied. The Great Eastern had begun paying out, and the signalling was perfect." This satifactory state of things continued till the 2nd of August, when suddenly a telegram was received announcing that communication had suddenly ceased between the Great Eastern and Valentia. The cause was unknown. The last intelligible signal received from the ship was at 7.50 on the morning of August 2, and it showed that 1200 miles of cable had been paid out ...

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FREMANTLE. [From our own Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 October 1865

FREMANTLE. [From our own Correspondent.'] On Thursday, the 5th instant, an accident occurred to Captain Melvin, of the Tartar, and a boat's crew, which fortunately did not result in any loss of lite. Upon that day it blew very strong and squally from the north-west, which soon occasioned a heavy sea in the bay ; but Captain Melvin nothing daunted, manned the Forlorn Hope, and stood for his vessel ; when about half way in putting her about, she filled with water and capsized ; but fortunately being built of light wood she floated and sup- ported the crew until the police boat came to their rescue. The Favorite left for Champion Bay, on Wed- nesday, but had to run back, she left again on Friday, but was again at her moorings on Saturday. On Friday, the Bridgetown arrived from Singa- pore with a cargo of Indian produce, and upon the same day the schooner David ¿f Jessie re- turned from Woodman's Point, to complète her cargo for South Australia; this vessel is chartered by Messrs. Batem...

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ARRIVAL OF THE OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 October 1865

ARRIVAL OF THE OYEBLAND MAIL. We have of late been so accustomed to the want of punctuality in the arrival of the overland mail that we were almost agreeably surprised to find that for once it found its way to Perth on the day it became due-on Tuesday, at 10£ a.m. The intelligence it brings is not im- portant or very interesting. Our latest dates are by the Telegraph to India, which we take from the Ceylon papers : London, August 31,6*23 a.m. Her Majesty the Queen was present at the uncovering of the Albert Monument at Coburg. . London, September 5, 2.30 p.m. The Emperor Theodoras has released Mr. Consul Cameron from imprisonment. A navigation treaty with Eussiawaa signed on August 16. London, September 7, 5 p.m. The cattle disease is spreading fatally in England. Prance prohibits the im portation of cattle from England, Bel- gium, and Holland. " The Privateer Shenandoah has appeared ia the Pacific, and destroyed many Ameri- can vessels. AMERICA. Mr. President Johnston has been seri...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT.— AUGUST 24, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 October 1865

T..TWT)fYNr XírnOT, P.TCPOP.T - August 24. 1865. 'The sales opened on the 17th of August ; the arrivals in time for this series consisting of Sydney, 35,897 bales j Port Phillip, 15,848 bales ; Van Diemen's Land, 10,477 bales ; New Zea- land, 34,753 bales ; Adelaide, 6,318 bales ; Swan River, 501 bales; Cape, 19,725 bales; total, 123,519 bales. The attendance of buyers, both home and foreign, was an average one, and the prices es- tablished at the first evening's sale may be estimated as equal to the average of last sales ; for stapled wools and fine Sydney prices were a shade higher, but medium and faulty descrip- tions were bid for with less spirit. The unsettled weather has produced great caution in the bids of the dealers, and had it not been that many of the leading manufac- turers were very bare of stock, we do not antici- pate that so favorable a report of prices could be quoted. Up to this evening opening rates are fully supported, and should the weather prove pro- pitious f...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 October 1865

Carrapnîmu*. To the Editor of the Terth Gazette <$. W. A. Times. SIR,-To a stranger visiting Perth, and un- acquainted with our ¡system of Government, it must have been a matter of surprise to note the very slight interest excited by the serious charges brought against the Governor in your issues of the 22nd September and the 6th lust. ; aud he would either be inclined to congratulate us upon our Rulers which made us think it superfluous to entertain such charges, or, more probably, he would laugh at our apathy in sub- mitting to such mis-government without re- monstrance both loud and indignant. It is due to the public that such charges should be investigated ; and that, if found to be true, the abuses complained of should be remedied : it is equally due to the Governor that, if false, they should be disproved. In the first case an accusation is made by the Private Secretary to" the Postmaster-General against the subordinates oí his Departmentofhighly culpable malpractic...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 October 1865

ARRIVALS. October 7.-Bridgetown, 314 tons, J. Phillips, master, from Singapore. Passengers-Mrs. Phillips, Miss Nairn, and 3 others. 9.-Sea Bird, 41 tons, J. Cooper, master, from the Vasse. Cargo-18,362 ft. timber, 38 bales hay, 11 kegs batter, and 2 casks sundries. DEPARTURE. October 11.-Les Trois Amis, 44 tons, J. Green, master,»jfor Champion Bay. Passengers -C. Mcintosh and two others. Cargo 2000 ft. timber, 169 pieces timber, 95 chairs, 10 cases cider, 19 cases &c, sundries, 4 jjhhds. leaf to- bacco and 1 ¿-casks rum under bond. CLEARED OUT. 'October 12.-David ¿Ç Jessie, 141 tons, W» pie, master, for Adelade. Passengers-Mrs« pie, and 3 children, Dr. Watson, Mr. and Mrs Dobie, and Mrs. Elliott in the cabin; E. Davenport, P. Reynold, T. Donovan, J. Sullivan wife and child, J. McKey wife and 3 children, T. Ryan, O. Caldwell, G. Nailas, T. McFadgen, L. ^Farrell and wife, in the steerage; Mr. Butchers, 2 W. P. Constables. Cargo-25 loads timber, 100 tuart felloes, 34 cart shalt...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 October 1865

IMMENSE KËDUCTION IN COTTON GOODS!!! Ex "Strathmore," "Midas" and" Stanley" ACHOICE SELECTION of Cotton, Linen, Woollen, and Fancy Q-oocls, purchased expressly for this mart, and suitable for the approaching Season, comprising : HORROCKS' Long Cloth White and Grey Calico Bleached and Brown Towels Glass Cloth, Table Linen Union Check, Derrys, Ginghams Scotch Twill Shirting Gentlemen's White, Regatta,andCrimt an Shirts West End Collars Gambroons, Fancy Tweeds and Doeskins Cricketing, Scarlet, and Welch Flannel Merino and Blue Serge Shirts Ladies' and Gentlemen's White, Coloured, and Black Kid and Lisle Gloves Crinolines, Skirts, Insertion, and Ladies' Under Clothing Children's Silk and Satin Hats Silk, Braid, and Chenille Hair Nets Trimmed Velvet Head Dresses Lace Streamers. Scarfs, and Fancy Ties Flowers, Feathers, and Plumes White and Coloured Stays, Child's Bands Cotton, Linen, and Cambric Handker- chiefs Ditto Collars and Cuffs Parasols Elastic and Leather Belts and Braces Alpacas...

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VICTORIA. (Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 October 1865

VICTORIA. (Argus.) Shortly before the departure of the last mail, the Treasurer hinted that if the Legislative Couucil should continue to refuse to pass the Appropriation-cwm Tariff Bill, a means would be found for carrying on the business of the country, and overcoming tlie dead-lock at which affairs had arrived. He has found that means in the complaisance of the London Chartered Bank. He applied to the whole of the six banks in which the pub- lic accounts ai'e kept-four of which are local and two Ecglish-for a cash credit, in the name of the Government, which might be operated on for the payment of the public servants, and the fulfilment of the other pecuniary engagements of the Government, without the usual warrants required by the Audit Act being issued, the Appropriation Bill not having been passed. It was intimated in Mr. Ver don's circular letter that the arrangement would have the sanction of the Governor in Council ; but of the six banks applied to, the London Chartered Ban...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 October 1865

MISCELLANEOUS. íí Al.--J-:n "J":_fiU^IKti, T.,1^. «4..4.A «-lia« xujLOVEiíiíjajx üi\j u o. Alexandria advices of the 15th July state that the ' Isthme de Suez/ the special organ of the Suez Canal Company, announces that the con- tinuous navigable way from the Mediterranean to the Red Sea would be opened on that day. There is a plague of locusts in Palestine which seems to be causing at least as much consternation as the cholera. The Bishop of Jerusalem, in a letter dated July 3, says : " The whole of Palestine is suffering under one of the severe judgments of God, the locusts; since my last letter (June 13) they have been multiplying, and the reports coming from the districts are heartrending. My daughter writes from Nazareth that for several days the houses were so full of them that they filled all their rooms, and all openings to the cisterns must be shut. They have devoured all the vegetables, and not only the fruit and leaves of the trees, but also the bark of all the tender bra...

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CAMDEN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 October 1865

CAMDEN HARBOR. By way of Melbourne we have intelligence from Camden Harbor to the 5th August, on which day the Wild Dayrell sailed from there for Melbourne, where she arrived on the 16th ult. Mr. Sholl's latest letter to the Colonial Secretary states that of the Association people all but 26 men, women, and children had taken passage for Melbourne, but by the report of Cap- tain Darke, it appears he only left from 15 to 20 behind, and that solely because he had not room for them. Mr. Sholl's dispatches cover Mr. Cowle's report of his exploration south of the Glenelg to- wards Bed Cone Hill, when he was beaten back by the rugged and impassable country he got into. The endeavor to regain possession of the stolen boat, had brought the government party into collision with the natives ; the following is Mr. Sholl's account : "Onthe 25th ult. one of these searching parties in charge of p.c. Gee, had landed at the head of a mangrove creek, when they came upon a party of natives, who advanc...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 October 1865

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. m 4-V The .weather during the month has been on the whole very favorable for the crops. A large quantity of rain has fallen in the agricul- tural districts. The Far North has been visited with some slight showers, but not enough to be of very great service. The crops, though more backward than usual, are looking well. There has been another Ministerial crisis, Mr. Dutton, Commissioner of Public Works, has been appointed Agent-General in England ; and Mr. Reynolds, Treasurer, has resigned in consequence of being enabled to persuade the Cabinet to adopt his finanical policy. Mr. Arthur Blyth has succeeded Mr. Reynolds, and Mr. P. Santo, Mr. Dutton. There are serious doubts as to the stability of the Ministry as at present constituted. Mr. Dutton goes home by the present mail. A melancholy accident has taken place at Brighton. The Electric, from Plymouth, having upwards of 400 emigrant» on board, was caught in an equinoctial storm and driven into dangerous proximity to...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 October 1865

COMMISSAEIAT. Tenders for Treasury Bills. TENDERS (in duplicate) will be re- ceived at the Commissariat office at Perth, until noon on Tuesday, the 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 ac- cepted 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 =£100 uñll not be noticed. Information of the result of tenders from Fremantle will be given by the afternoon mail of the 17th instant. J. W. BOVELL, Deputy Commissary General. Commissariat, Perth, W. A., 11th October, 1865. } THE Ship "VIMIERA," ¡,941 tons register, Green, com _»mander, is expected to arrive at Fremantle, about the middle of Decembe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 October 1865

ITor London Direct. THE splendid clipper barque FITZROY* A114 years, 573 tons register, James McQueen, commander, will leave Fre- mantle about the middle of December. This vessel has very superior accommo- dation for passengers. For freight or passage apply to C. A. MANNING, Fremantle. Or G. SHENTON, & CO., Perth. Fremantle, 26th Sept., 1865. For London Direct. THE fast sailing clipper! barque ZEPHYR, ^mmmma,^ A 1, 401 tons, E. Elliott, com- mander, having nearly the whole of her freight engaged, will have quick dis- patch. Has good accommodation for pas- sengers. For freight or passage Apply to J. G. C. CARR, Perth. A. FRANCISCO, Fremantle. Perth, September 28,1865. ^Pirst Ship for London. THE well-known Clipper TIEN TSIN, J. T. Jarman, Commander, having her dead weight on board, and a*considerable portion of her light freight engaged, will have quick despatch. Wool taken at §D. PEE POUND, GUARANTEED NOT TO BE dumped. This vessel is now taking in cargo, and shippers may alm...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 13 October 1865

OBJ.COLLIS BROWNE'Si jÇHLORODYNE.>: CHLORODYNE. CHOLERA, DYSENTERY, DIAKRHOA, CRAMP, AGUE, FEVER, RHEUMA- TISM. CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, COUGH, àio. ~ 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 hy Dr. J. Collis 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, Bloomsbury-square, London, (Pharmaceutical 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 Bant 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 effe...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

NEW ZEALAND. As an earnest of their intentions, Ministers have despatched off 800 of the local troops to occupy Opotiki and the adjacent country on the East Coast, where the Kev. Mr. Volkner, and more recently M. Falloon and the crew of the Kate, were brutally murdered by the Pai Marire or Hauhau fanatics, as they are now called. News from this expedition is daily expected. In the meantime, a small colonial force, stationed at Warapu and commanded by Captain Fraser, has already severly punished the fanatics; and the friendly natives, under the chief Morgan, are reported to have defeated them in a pitched battle, in which the Hauhaus are said to have lost 300 men. Details, however, are not to hand; and in native rumours, facts are more than slightly enlarged. The spread of the Hauhau fanaticism is the great difficulty of the situation. Mr. Fitzgerald frankly admits that he does not understand the movement, nor can he find any man who does. How to Build a Cheap House in a New Country....

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ADMIRAL ROUS'S DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

ADMIRAL ROUS'S DECISION. Entering three horses the property of the same person for a plate does not give a legal claim to the added money, because only one horse out of the three can start; erg..-, "no race." The entrance money must be returned. Alter the,terms : " Three horses belonging to different owners must be entered, or no' race." H. I. Rous.

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TO THE EDITOR OF BELL'S LIFE IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

TO THE EDITOB OF BELL S LIFE IN LONDON". Sie : If you will send me an answer to the enclosed question in one of your papera I shall feel much obliged, as at our late race meeting there was a great difference of opinion expressed concerning it. The question is this : We have a race called the Town Plate, run in two mile heats, with 40 sovs. added, 3 sovs. sweepstakes and 2 sovs. entrance, for which three horses must be entered or the added money will not be given. I amfullyawarethatnomancawrîireinore than one horse for a heat race, of which he is the owner, either wholly or in part ; but does a man entering three horses of his own for a heat race justify him in calling for the added money, or have the stewards the power of declaring the race void in case of their being no other en- trances but the man's, as this year it was a known thing that one of our best horses was going to run for this race ; consequently no other horse was entered againsthim andhisowner considered himself very ...

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Mining Reports. Gwalla Mine, September 29th, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

Mailling Reports. Gwalla Mine, September 29th, 1865. D..Shafi.-This shaft we have sunk 1 fathom this month, and it is producing 1 ton of copper ore per fathom, and still looking well at the bottom of shaft. N.E. drive from D. shaft ; in the drive we have gone 1 fathom during the month, and the appearance is about the same as reported last month. N. W. Lode, Shaft 33.-At the 12 fathom level S.W. of shaft, we have driven four fathoms during the last month, but the present end of this drive is not looking so well as it has been for the past few months, and in consequence of men stoping in the back of the 12 fathom level I have suspended the working of this end, and have put the men to drive N.E. in the 12 fathom level. There is in this end from 3 to 4 inches of copper ore in width up and down the drive j stopes in the back of the 10 fathom level S.W. of shaft are producing 15 cwt. of «opper ore per fathom. The quantity of copper ore cleaned and sent to the Bay this month is 6 tons, the...

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