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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

toraptttettte* To the Editor of the Perth Gazette $ W. A. Times. SIB,-When a public meeting was held at this place some few weeks ago, we were told by the representative of Government that we might reasonably expect something or other being done in the way of roads to the port. Now, although we have not much to send away in consequence of the failure in our crops, yet what little we have is of the more importance, and ought not to be wasted in consequence of the neglect of the Government. Last year a very large quantity of wheat, &c, was destroyed on the beach/ and we have the pro- mise of a warehouse to store our produce in for shipment, but because the surveyor cannot be had from the-Bay to declare the place for a jetty, the site of a warehouse cannot be decided upon, and we shall be in the same position this [ year as last. We have about 1400 acres of land fenced in, a great part of which fencing must if necessary be taken down'again, as it has all been put down at guess,...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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CHAMPION BAY. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

CHAMPION BAT. (From our own Correspondent.) The continued dry season is beginning to tell very seriously on all the crops in this dis- trict. The Flats at the Irwin have suffered the most, and in some instances the seed will not be returned to the sower ; to take the crops of wheat all through the Dongarra Flats they will not from all accounts yield more than will be required for the consumption and seed of the grower the following season. The Greenough Flats have not suffered so much having had more rain than any other part, and up to about three weeks ago nothing could have looked better, them we had two or three days regular hot land wind, which blighted the wheat as though boiling water had been thrown over it, and in the place of the good healthy looking crop of the day before, you saw in every field large patches of a sickly yellowish blue droop- ing down and scarcely fit for hay. The upper Flat has not suffered to the same extent, but all through the district the prospects of...

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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. Summary for the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

iwtfc ênûit $W:%. Sim*. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's/'r-jSAaispeore. Summary for the Mail. There is little to report in Political mat- ters. We have no accounts as to what success has attended the attempt to obtain signatures to the Address in support of Mr. Hardey's Amendment to the Petition for the establishment of Electoral Privi- leges ; but it is generally believed to have so greatly failed that we shall hear no- thing more of it. From the Northern Districts we hear that the rejection of the Petition by the Legislative Council has stirred up many of those who signed it, to prepare a Petition to the House of Com- mons protesting against what took place in our Legislature, which it is proposed to commit to the hands of a Delegate who shall proceed to England and watch its progress through Parliament. Many doubt the necessity of taking all this proposed trouble, as the whole question depends solely upon the const...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

To the Editor of the Perth Gazette Sç W. A. Times. DEAR SIR,-I dare say you may re- collect that after the Perth Races this year, there was a great discussion took place, as to the Stewards being justified in withdrawing added money to a heat race, if there were not three horses belong- ing to different owners entered for it, and some little, ill-feeling shown; conse- quently, feeling certain that I was right in the opinion I expressed, I volunteered to satisfy all parties by writing to the highest authority on such matters. The answer I received in that paper by the last mail, and which I shall feel obliged by your publishing in this week's paper. I remain, yours truly, Attgtjsttjs F. Lee Steere. Hais Thorpe York, Oct. l8,1865.

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THE ABORIGINES. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

THE ABOEIGINES. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette 8ç W. A. Times. SIB/-Becent correspondence- in our local prints has called my attention to the subject of benevolent effort on behalf of the aborigines, and made me disposed to crave space in your journal for a line or two. That we are obligated to do our utmost to civilize and Christianize these degraded speci- mens of humanity, and that there is wide scope amongst them for all our exertion, are points in the case on which there cannot be two opinions. But when the subject assumes a practical shape, and the question is asked what should be done, I, in common with others, teel rather at a loss to form a judgment. We are in want of data. No doubt, Bishop Hale has helped to supply the want, by kindly delivering a few lectures, in which the Native Institution at Poonindie was pointed out as a precedent to go by : and, if these had been brought prominently before the public, nothing more might have been needed. Little pub- licity, howev...

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FREMANTLE. [From our own Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

FREMANTLE. [From our own Correspondent.'] The first item of news that I have to report is, that his Excellency paid our town a visit on Thursday last, but as usual stayed but a short time amongst us. In my last I noted, as a great event, that the steamer had ventured to cross the bar, since that time she has been off alongside the ships several times, and had it not been for her ser- vices much delay woold have been caused in loading the shipping. On Friday, the David 8ç Jessie sailed for Ade- laide with the usual quantum of passengers, which means as many as she could carry. How long will it take to depopulate the colony at the present rate of emigration ? Three vessels left the port on Saturday-the Tartar, with horses for Madras, the Catharina, for Shanghai with sandalwood, and the Fitzroy, for Champion Bay to take in wool and copper ore, when she will return to Fremantle and,fill up for England. The Kalahome a barque in ballast from Mel- bourne, anchored in the roads early on Sun...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

J ? g . c. CÂEiE J IMPORTER OF GENERAL MERCHANDIZE, PER Tfl. IEW GOODS JUST ARRIVED EX "ZEPHYR," AID I0W LAIDIIG. DRAPERY, HOSIERY, HABERDASHERY, MILLINERY, HATS, BOMETS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, ETC, ETC. CAMLET and Poplin Dresses (in great variety) Winseys Linsey Woolseys Silks Coburgs Alpacas Checks Plaids Muslins Llamas Prints Paney Dresses Lustres Challis Merinos Mohairs DeLaines French Merinos . Ginghams Sheeting Towelling Calicos Long Cloths Diaper Ticking Damasks Moreens Flannels Blankets Counterpanes Huckabacks Jeans Glazed Linings Damask Napkins Linen Drills Dungaree Mosquito Net Cheese Cloth Blue Serge Fancy Trimmings Bonnet Fronts Hair Nets and Pads Dress Caps Cambric Handkerchiefs Venetian Window Blinds Ladies' Belts Melton Cloth Jackets Fancy Skirtings Lace Curtains Ribbons, Velvets Crinoline Bonnets Mantles (Silk and Cloth) Shawls Crinolines Gloves (great variety) Women's Hosiery Fancy Flannels Braids, Elastics Children's Mantles Artificial Flowers Head Dresses, Wreaths Feath...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

IMMENSE REDUCTION IN COTTON GOODS!!! Esc 'Strathmore," "Midas" and "Stanley" ACHOICE SELECTION of Cotton, Linen, Woollen, and Fancy Groods, 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, and Crimean 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 Alpaca...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

BIRTH. On the 5th Instant, at Sunning Hill, Bever- ley, Mes. C. C. Hunt, of a daughter. DEATH. At the Wanerenooka Mine, Victoria District, on the 7th Inst., Mr. Joseph L. Horrocks, aged 60 years.  

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VICTORIA. STATION IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

VICTORIA. STATION IMPROVEMENTS. We take the following from the Lachlan Reporter of the 15th ult. The country referred to lies between the rivers Lachlan and Bogan, and its trade will undoubtedly come to Melbourne : "The stupendous works of Messrs. Brown and "Walker, on the Melcose run, about forty miles below Condobolin, are being carried on with great energy and at an enormous expense. There are said to be more than 300 men constantly at work in sinking wells and the erection of dams. The extent of country to be sup- plied is very great, extending in one direction about ninety miles. They have succeeded in getting water in one of the wells recently. This well makes 500 gallons of water an hour. From this zinc troughs are being laid a distance of five or six miles, so that the sheep can be supplied along the whole distance. No rain has as yet fallen to fill the dams, but when once filled the supply will be permanent, except in times of long-con- tinued drought. There are several nev...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. STATE OF THE COUNTRY. (From the Sydney Herald's Summary.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

NEW SOUTH WALES. State of the Cotjntbt. (From the Sydney Herald's Summary.) Physically, the country has not been in so bad a state for many years past. The long-con- tinued drought, which except in the immediate vicinity of the coast range, has lasted for the last ten months, has not only reduced the volume of the rivers, as has been previously remarked, far below its usual level, but has left the whole country bare of feed. The rain that usually falls at the autumnal equinox gives a start to the grass, and furnishes a sufficient growth to last the cattle during winter, and un till the warmth of spring disperses the frosts and provides the regular summer feed. This year there were no rains at the autumnal equinox, and consequently feed soon became scarce, and the frosts followed by heavy falls of snow, setting in very early, and with greater severity than for some years past, cut up what little growth the moisture of the air had encour- aged, and checked it for the remainder of the ...

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Shipping Intelligence. AERIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

^feiptitö iittdlipiu*. AERIVALS. _ , 13 October 14.-Sea Spray, 33 tons, J. O'Grady, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-Mrs. Campbell, 3 children, Mrs. Hayward, W. Webb, T. Daly, H. Betts, and 3 others. Cargo-270 bags barley, 11 bags flour, 3 bales wool, 15 hides. ' , - ~-_ -z. 16.-Kalahome, 370 tons, G. McMillan, mas- ter, from Melbourne in ballast. Passengers McMillan, 2 children, and servant. Bickley & Co., Agents, l8.-Wild Wave, 28 tons, Cross, master, from Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers-Mrs. Lee Steere, 3 children, Mrs. Forrest, 3 children, ß. Scott, E. Scott, and 5 others. Cargo -90 kegs butter, 322 bags potatoes, 6 bales leather, 3 bales leaf tobacco, under bond, 2 bales bacon, 31 bags bran. DEPARTURES. October 13.-Catharine, 263 tons, F. Jannan, master, for Shanghai. Barker & Gull, Agents. Same day-Tartar, 530 tons, W. Melvin, master, for Madras. C. A. Manning, Agent. Same day-Fitzroy, 573 tons, J. McQueen, master, for Champion Bay, in ballast. Passen- gers-...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

D9 ^.COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE.^] r CHLORODXWE. CHOLERA, DYSENTERY, DIAERBXEA, "CRAMP, AGUE, FEVER," RHEUMA- TISM, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, COUGH, fie £ 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 by Dr. J. Collis Bbownb, M. R. C. S. L. (ex Army Med. Staff), the recipe of which was confided -solely to J. T. Davenport, S3, Great Russell-street, Bloomsbury-square, London, (Ph armaceutical 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- sant effects of opium. - Earl Russell has graciously favonred J. T. Davenport with the following extract of a des Satch from Mr. Webb, H.B.M.'s Consul at [anilla, dated Sept, 17,1864:-"The remedy most efficacious in its ef...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

For London Direct. THE splendid clipper barque FITZROY, A114 years, 573 tons register, Jakes McQueen, commander, will leave Fre- mantle about the middle of December. This vessel has very superior accommo- dation for passengers. * Por 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, _A1,401 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. First Ship for London. THE well-known Clipper TIEN T8IN, J. T. Jarman, Commander, having her dead weight on board, and a considerable portion of her light freight engaged, will nave quick despatch. Wool taken at f D. PEE POUND, GUARANTEED NOT TO BE dumped. This vessel is now taking in cargo, and shippers may almost certa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

For the Mauritius. THE fine A 1 Barque     KALAHOME, 370 tons Eegister, G. McMil lan, Commander, having â considerable portion of her cargo engaged, will have quick despatch. For freight or passage apply to BICKLEY & CO.   Fremantle. 16th October, 1865. N.B>-This vessel can accommodate a few Horses For the Mauritius. H E fine A 1 Clipper Schooner STANLEY, _ 115 tons Register, John Gib- son, Commander, will sail on the 23rd instant, and will return from the Mauri- tius to this Port. For passage, or for return freight, Apply to BICKLEY & CO. " Fremantle, 13th October, 1865. . Important Notice. SALE OF HORSES. MR. ß. G. MEARES, Has been favored with instructions from John Taylob, Esq., of Yangedine, to ' Sell by Public Auction at York, some time in December, of which due notice will be given in' a future advertise- ment : FROM 80 to 10Ö very superior mares, geldings, fillies and colts, got by the celebrated " Flos Collium," " Ho...

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THE "INQUIRER'S" DEFENCE OF THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 20 October 1865

THE "INQUIRER'S" DEFENCE OF THE GOVERNOR. Referring to our comments upon the Gover- nor's practical refusal of the offer of Mr. Hooley to endeavor to find a practicable over- land route for stock from the Murchison to the Ashburton River, our contemporary in the issue of the 11th Inst., ajjfffts that the Governor met the offer fairly enough, and told him that " he could have more help if he wanted it." Whether the Editor of the Inquirer has been designedly wrongly informed upon the matter by his superior officer, we know not, but this we do know upon the authority of Mr. Hooley himself-that his application was for two native, police and an equipment for the whole party. The Col. Secretary's reply itself shows that the request was only eoraplied with as much as the native police were concerned, and so far as further help is concerned, we believe that on a subsequent personal interview with the Colonial Secretary, Mr. Hooley was informed that no further assistance would be given, un- ...

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Mining Report. The Fortune Copper Mining Company, Limited, Fremantle, Western Australia, 30th Sep., 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 27 October 1865

Mining Report. The Fortune Copper Mining Company, Limited, Fremantle, Western Australia, 30th Sep., 1865. 50 N. E. End.-This endis driving by four men, lode from 3 to 4 feet wide, composed of sjjar, lime, lead, and stones of yellow copper ore, with occasional branches of lead dropping into . the same from the S. W. side, it has a very healthy appearance, much more than at the 30 fathom level. 50 N. E. Stope.-Working by two men, lode l8 inches wide, producing 1£ tons yellow copper one per fathom. 50 S. W. Stope.-Working by two men, lode l8 inches wide, producing 1£ tons of yellow copper one per fathom. 40 S. W. End.-Driving by two men, lode l8 inches wide, poor, but subject to occasional bunches of copper ore, the ground for exploring has very much improved. 30 N. E. End.-Driving by four men, at «£10 per fathom, lode two feet wide, composed of spar, and lead, producing about two tons lead ore per fathom; this point continues to open up good lead ore ground. 30 N. E. Stope.-Working by...

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CHAMPION BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 27 October 1865

CHAMPION Mí. MINUTES of a Public Meeting held in the Court-house, Geraldton, October 12, 1865, pur- suant to notice, for the purpose of taking ^into consideration the proprietv of Petitioning the British Government to enforce the adoption of the Act of Parliament which the people have petitioned for, and which the Perth Parliament have rejected. It was proposed by L. Burges, Esq., and seconded by Mr. Smith :-" That the Aoting Resident Magistrate, C. Elliot, Esq., should take the chair." The Chairman read the requisition "'to call the Meeting, signed by nine individuals, resi- dents of various parts of the district, also a letter from T. Burges, Esq., J.P., apologising for his non-attendance, and fully concurring in the objects of the Meeting. J. DUBOULAY, ESQ. stated his disapproval of the manner in which the Perth Legislators had treated the Petition the settlers had pre- sented; and proposed the following Resolu- tion : " That this Meeting protests against the re- jection, in the ...

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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 27 October 1865

To the Editor of the Perth Gazette S¡ W. A. Times. SIB,-The Public are indebted to your .-contemporary's columns for a solution of the Post Office hubbub, and Titus's ex- planation appears, from all I can hear, to be correct. It is gratifying to find the PostO-ifice Department is quite free from blame, and that there is no reason to doubt its integrity. But certainly Titus' letter offers foocT for surprise and conjec- ture., ,So simple a fact as the contents of " » private letter becoming known, with out other data to go on, affords but slight &^kfJ^ '> -V \ X \ ground for jumping at the conclusion that the Post Office Messengers must have opened it. If the Post Office is to be suspected whenever scandal gets abroad respecting officials of a certain standing in the Service, where will suspicion end, and when the Private Secretary person- ally takes the matter up, as a friend, we presume, of the party whose irregular loves have come to light, it is impossible to prevent th...

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York Agricultural Society Meeting. York, Wednesday, 2 p.m., Oct. 25, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 27 October 1865

York Agricultural Society Meeting. York, Wednesday, % p.m., Oct. 25,1865. This morning we had one of the best Shows, both as regards numbers and quality of the Stock, that has been known for many years ; especially in the Horse department, where the young " Khoras sans," "Wanderers," and "Horkstows," were greatly admired. The following is a list of Prizes awarded : HORSES. Best colonial-bred cart stallion-1st prize, Charles Heal ; 2nd do., J. W. Broun. Best cart mare-1st prize, John Taylor ; 2nd do., Charles Heal. Best mares for the Indian Market-1st prize, Thomas Wilding ; 2nd do., S. E. Burges. Best yearling-J. W. Broun. CATTLE. Best bull-1st prize, J. W. Broun. Best cows-1st prize, S. S. Parker ; 2nd do., J. W. Broun. SHEEP. Best imported fine wool rams-1st prize, J. Taylor ; 2nd do., S. E. Burges. Best imported lonu wool rams-1st prize, J. Taylor ; 2nd do., Cr. Meares. Eat wethers-1st prize, S. E. Burges ; 2nd do., S. S. Parker. Milk Ewes-1st prize, J. Lott ; 2nd do., S. E. Burg...

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