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NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 28 June 1834
¿NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. JíPfe heg to ¡intimate to our Subscri- bers, ¡that tlve Quarterly Subscription j to this ¿fourmi terminates with the pre- sent number. The heavy eopences at- tendant upon this publication will, we trust, be ¿a ¿sufficient apology for our strenuously /urging .the immediate set- \ tlement qj'.aU outstanding accounts. In \ éomë instances, me .skull be under the disagreeable necessity of declining to forward any further numbers, unless the arrears &re paid during the ensuing week.
MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 28 June 1834
MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. Bacon, peril). Is. 3d Hams, ditto, Is. Gd. Butter (salt), Is. 6d Bread, 4 lb loaf, 2s 6d Beef (salt), per lb. Gd. (fresh) Is. 6d. Mutton, per lb. Is: 6d. Kangaroo, per lb. Is. d. Pork (fresh), per lb. Is 3d. (salt), 8d. Cheese, Sydney, per lb. 2s. ditto English, 2s. Coffee, per lb. none Eggs, per doz. 2s Gd Milk, per quart Sd Fowls, each 3 a Wild-fowl ; pigeon, 9d ; duck, 2s ; teal, Is ; swan, G a 8s Dried fruits, per lb. \»\d Raisins, per lb. lle¿ Oil, per gallon 10s Rice, per lb. Gd Wine, Cape, per gallon 5 s Gd Rum Ditto, 14A. Brandy, Ditto 16-« Gin, Ditto, lös Sugar, per lb. - Tea, per lb. 8s Gd Potatoes, per lb. bd -Cabbages, each 3d Flour "per lb. 7c?, by th« bag, Wheat, per bushel Hay, per ton 4¿S Soap, per lb. I s Starch, per lb. 4s Gd» Tobacco, per ib. Vinegar, pet gallon 8# Gunpowdei, per lb 6* Shot Ale and portpr, per doa 24s EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, BY CHARLES MACFAULL, AT THE GAZETTE OF^'CE, PERTH. Terms of Subscription :--IO Gd. per Quarte...
To the Editor of the "Perth Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 28 June 1834
To the Editor of the "Perth Gazette* Si a,- In your last week's paper an advertise- ment appeared, regarding the sale of certain pro- perties under 'an execution, Clark versus Lamb. I have had no aommunication with Mr. Lamb on the subject, but injustice to that gentleman I hope you will insert this letter in your next Gazette, as the public in general, and Mr. Lamb'« correspondents abroad, may be induced to l:eliev« that he had a personal interest in the matter, when he has none whatever. The propertie* seizad under execution of the Civil Court belong to Mr. Wm Thomas Stocker, of Hobart-town* Van Die men's Land, for whom Mr. Lamb is agent. I am, feir, Your most obedient Servant, Wa?. N*i*Njt C^Aivft. Fremantle, Junç 24.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 28 June 1834
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, June 27, 1834. ^.M>IS Honor the Lieutenant Governor has H-H . directed the following Act to be published JH.JBL for general Information. PETER BROWN, Coloiiial Secretary. ANNO QUINT GULIELMI IV. REGIS. No. 1. By His Honor RICHARD DANIELL, Esquire, Captain in His Majesty's 21 st Regiment of Foot; for Royal North British Fusiliers), Lieutenant Governor, Co?nmander-in-Chief, and Vice-Admiral of the Colony of ¿Festem Australia and its Dependencies. An Act to continue until tue thirtieth day of September next; An Act of the Governor with the advice of ibu Legislative Council, in- tituled "An Act lo impose certain Duties on " imported Spirituous Liquors." HEREAS an Act of the Governor with the advice of the Legislative Council was passed in the second yt ar .f His late Majesty George the Fourth intituled *' An Act to impose certain Lidies on imported ?Spirituous Liquors;" and whereas the said Act will expire with the thirtieth day ...
VARIETIES. (From Hood's Comic Annual for 1332.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 28 June 1834
VARIETIES. (From Hood's Comic Annual for 1332.) Ou a Wist club is going of, Some of the mem- bers go on so ; two of em are perpetuly quareling like anny thing hut double dummirs. for the one plays like Hoyle, and the other like Vinegar. The young men hav interduced Shorts, but I doant think theyle Last long.- They are al so very sharp at the Pints, and as for drinking, I never se sich Liquorish Chaps in my life. They are al ways laying ods, even at Sper, when theyle Bet about the age of a Roosted foal, wich they cal Chicken hazzard, or about the Wait of a Curran py, wich they cal the Currancy question. They bo smoke a grate mam.y segars, but they cant Put the old mea s pips out, wich it would be a Burning shame if they did. I am sorry to say politicks has Crept in ; Suiw is al for reform, and sum is al for none at al, and the only thing they agre in is, that the Land lord shant bring in no Bil. There is be 8;des JJ rate dis cushins as to the new game laws, sum entertaining douts wen...
To the Editor of the "Perth Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 28 June 1834
To the Editor of the " Perth Gazette." SIR,-It will not be disputed that amongst the earlier class of settlers, forming at the present time by far the larger number of inhabitants of this Colony, I mean those who arrived within the first twelve or eighteen months after its establish- ment, great delusions prevailed regarding the character of the country chosen for their future homes. The proximate causes of this delusion were-the description given of it by the botanist Fraser during his transient visit in the year 1827 ; Similar in its disappointments, and probably also in its ultimate results to that description of Botany J3ay given by the botanists of Capt. Cook's expe- dition anterior to the establishment of that pro- spering Colony, now advancing with astounding strides towards power and influence ; the eagerness displayed by certain great speculators in' England for obtaining large grants of land here ; the inte- resting puffings of ship owners and agents, regard- less of any r...
REVENUE OF NFW SOUTH WALE [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 28 June 1834
REVENUE OF NFW SOUTH WALE THE minute of Governor Bourke to the lative Council at Sydney, explanatory o^ ' tral heads of expenditure and of ways and means ás estimated for the year 1833, has appeared in the Sydney Gazette. It is very explicit. A . change in the mode of disposing of Crown lands had so far reduced the correspondence about them that two clerks were dispensed with-a small re- duction was also effected in the Survey Depart- ment, although it must long be a heavy expense to the Colony^ owing especially to the great and immédiate labour of surveying the Crown lands as the sales were effected. The minute discloses also the important fact to us that the great and munificient sums devoted to the construction and repair of roads and bridges had been defrayed by the British treasury, and although the expense of tools and superintendence of workmen is now di- rected to be borne by the expense of the Colony, the stupendous works in roads lhat had all alcfng before been constructed...
GENERAL ANECDOTES OF THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 28 June 1834
GENERAL ANECDOTES OF THE HORSE. DURING the destructive war, which, for a space of thirty years, desolated all Germany, till it was terminated by the peace of Westphalia, the car- riers, who conducted the inland traffic of the country, used to unite themselves into large com- panies, for their mutual defence, in order that they might travel with greater security against the numerous marauding parties which infested every part of the empire. One of these carriers had a horse which was of an extremely vicious disposi- tion, and greatly addicted to biting and kicking, from which even his master was not always secure, and which often embroiled him with his fellow travellers. They were one evening attacked in a ravine by three hungry wolves, which, after a long contest, they found they should hardly be able to compel to quit them, without allowing them some prey. It was therefore agreed among themselves that they should pay the owner of the vicious horse the price of that animal, and make...
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1834 [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 28 June 1834
THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. &nbsp; SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1834 BY the Jolly Rambler, we have no &nbsp; intelligence of importance either from King George's Sound or Augusta. She has made an unusually long passage (upwards of 14 days) from the latter port — a circumstance by no means sur- prising at this season of the year. A person of the name of Ludlow walked up irom Augusta in 7 days, keeping within sight of the sea coast, and arrived at Fremantle on Monday last. We have not been able to ascertain the particulars &nbsp; of his journey, but, as far as we can learn, he confirms the favourable ac- &nbsp; counts we have received of the country in the neighbourhood of Henty' Plains, the Blackwood, and the Vasse. The only letters he took charge of, we be- lieve, were addressed to the Honorable J. S. Roe, Esq., Surveyor-General, which have been safely delivered. " COLONUS," as we anticipated, is &nbsp; &nbsp; combating the shadows of his ow...
ACTS OF COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 5 July 1834
ACTS OF COUNCIL. ALL the ACTS, passed in the Legislative Council up to the present date, aré now printed and ready for delivery at the Government Printing Office, Perth-viz : No. lf 2 Win. 4.-An Act for Establishing a Court of Civil Judicature. No. 2, 2 Wm. 4.-An Act to provide a Sum- mary Remedy for Trespasses committed by Catt!« and other Live Stock. No. 3, 2 Wm. 4. - An Act for regulating the Constitution of Juries aud the Office of Sheriff. Ne. 4, 2 Win. 4.-An Act to extend the Jurisdiction, and regulate the Proceedings of th« Court of Quarter Sessions. No. 5, 2 Wm. 4.--An Act to secure the Pay- ment of Debts due to the Crown. No. 6, 2 Wm. 4.-An Act to provide for the registration of Deeds, Wills, Judgments and Con- veyances affecting Real Property. No. 7, 2 Wm. 4.--An Act to facilitate and simplify the transfer of Real Property. No. 8, 2 Wm. 4.-An Act to regulate the Sale of Spirituous and Fermented* Liquors by Retail No. 9, 2W~m. 4.-An Act for the Regulation of Pilotage and Sh...
MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 5 July 1834
MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. Bacon, per lb. Is. 3d [Jam-, ditto, Is. 6rf. li utter (salt), Is. 6d Bread, 4 lb loaf, 2s 6d Beef (salt), per lb. 6d. (fresh) Is. 6d. Mutton, per lb. Is: 6d. Kangaroo, per lb. Is. d. Pork (fresh), per lb. Is 3d. (salt), Sd. Cheese, Sydney, per lb. 2s. ditto English, 2s. Coffee, per lb. none Eggs, per doz. 2s 6d Milk, per quart Sd Fowls, each 3 a Wild-fowl ; pigeon, 9d ; duck, 2s; teal, Is ; swan, 6 a 8s Dried fruits, per lb. I Ad Raisins, per lb. lid Oil, per gallon 10s Rice, per lb. 6d Wine, Cape, per gallo« 5 s öd Rum Ditto, 14s. Brandy, Ditto Ki* Gin, Ditto, 16s Sugar, per lb. - Tea, per lb. 8s 6d Potatoes, per lb. id -Cabbages, each iW Flour per lb. Id, by the bag, Wheat, per bushel Hay, per ton 4£& Soap, per lb. I s . Starch, per lb. 4s &lt;5¿. Tobacco, pet Jb. Vinegar, peí gallon 8* Gunpowdei, per lb 6* Shot Ale and porter, per doa 24* . EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, B¥ CHARLES MACFAULL, AT THE GAZETTE OF**CE, PERTH. Terms of Subscripti...
FREMANTLE QUARTER SESSIONS. Tuesday, Jnly 1st, 1834. BEFORE the Hon. W. H. Mackie, Esq., Chairman, the Rev. J. B. Wittenoom, G. Leake, and R. Mc Bride Brown, Esquires, J. s P. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 5 July 1834
FREMANTLE QUARTER SESSIONS. Tuesday, Jnly 1st, 1834. BEFORE the Hon. W. H. Mackie, Esq., Chair- man, the Rev. J. ii. Wittenoom, G. Leake, and R. Mc Bride Brown, Esquirea, J. s P. Ambrose, stood charged with stealing three rat-tail files fr«m Mr. Solomon's shop at Perth. It was, fully proved by the evidence of Fraser, the shopman, and Charles Bourne, a person who was in the shop at the time, that Ambrose took the files off the counter. The prisoner did not deny having taking the files, but stated in his de- fence, that he had a running account at Mr. So- lomon's, and took them in a joke, considering that when it was found out he had them, they would be charged to him. J. R. Lacy and George Smith were called by the prisoner to prove that he was in liquor that evening ; and Lacy deposed to his frequently re- peating such practical jokes, when under the, ex- citement of liquor. Lawrence Welch, who had been in the habit of seeing Ambrose at Mr. Solo- mon's shop, and1 was present on the e...
SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 5 July 1834
SYDNEY NEWS. WE learn that 6,000 barrels of flour, may be shortly expected to arrive from the United States . of America, and cargoes of wheat from other quarters may also be Loked for. The price to j which this article has risen, viz., 10s per bushel, will induce our Southern neighbours to scrape a few thousand bushels together for our use, altho* | it is known that their own supply is scanty. Our [ settlers must be wise in time however, and bear i in mind that without foreign importation or great j economy there will not be sufficient wheat in the Colony to last till the 1st October. -Australian, April 28. A PERIOD of 25 weeks has elapsed since the date of our last intelligence from Europe, and it is much to be feared that the cause will prove to be a long-continuance of south-westerly gales in the channel, dining the months of November and De- cember last. Should this be the case, we must expect to hear til« usual calamitous account of »hipwrecks on the coast» of Great Britain an...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 5 July 1834
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE -uu ARRIVAL. ON the 28th ultimo, the Eagle, Captain Pratt., from Sydney : left the 25th of May.-Passengers, Mrs. Pratt, Miss Pratt, Mr. C. E". Tratt, Messrs. Smails, Dixon, Bollard, and Temple. Spoke the Dryad from London off Cape Howe. Lying in (Jockhurn Sound.-Th&lt;i Monkey,-In Gages' Roads, the Eagle, and J,olly Rambler.
IMPORTS PER "EAGLE." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 5 July 1834
IMPORTS PER "EAGLE." Eight tons flour, 1 hhd. claret, 1 ton cheese, 13 cows, 1 horse, I ton biscuit, 30 boxes raisins, 9 cases wine, 5 cases Port wine, 3 bags rice, 100 bushels barley. ERRATA.-In Colonus's letter, published in our Hast, in the 19th line, for "interesting'' read "in- terested ;'' 20th line, for " in ' read " on ;v 36th Aine, forv* position'* read " picture ;" 43d line, for ** flashily read 4" fearles>ly ; ' and in the closing ^ntence if the paragraph last but one, for "the 4epr.essiuu or detriment of many, the ruin of ali," iread "the. depression ur detriment of all, the ruin lufitnauy." ' At the request of " Colonus," we give insertion tto the ßxregoing errata; much as we may regret .,the oeowrrene« JO the hurry of going to press, we .cannot conceive, neither wili the public judge ithem ." vulgar or absurd." i he mistake in the jlatter pasa^tc^ph is evidently a transposition by the .Compositor We are glad to find " Colonus ' .scrupulous ujon these points.
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 5 July 1834
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. WHEAT was up yesterday to 12s. a bushel. The bakers who have difficulty in procnring flour meet- ing the boats of small settlers as they come up from Pittwater and the other settlements down the river, anxiously give almost any price, in order to procure a quantity to enable them not to disap- point their regular customers. - Hobart Town Courier. LAUNCESTON MARKET PRICES. - Wheat has .omewhat increased in price during the week, 8s., 9s., and IO., having been paid for it; however, the last quotation can not be considered the aver- age price, it having heen sold at thal price only in particular ca^es, and in small quantities ; flour from 19*. to 25s. per lOOlbs. ; barley, from 5s. to 5s.. 6&lt;1. per bushel ; oats, 3s 6d. LO 4S. per bushel; hay, 7Z. to 8¿. per ton; bread, (Brick «rton and fibbs) 8d. per 4lb. loaf; other bakers, 9d. and lOd. per 41b. loaf; butchers' meat, 4d. to 6d. per lb. ; pork, 8d. ; fresh butler, 2s. to 2s. Sd. per lb. ; candles, 9d...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, July 3, 1834. DEEDS OF GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 5 July 1834
GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth-, July 3, 1834.' DEEDS OF GRANT. N OTiCE is hereby given, that the Title Deeds of the undermen- tioned Grants ot hand passed the Legis- lative Council on the 28th Ultimo, and have been forwarded to this Office for delivery, viz: LOCATIONS. Ko. 27. John Morgan. 2,000 Acres of Land on the Cft;'>ii:ig River. « 28. iïcrrv Bull. 200 Acres of Land en the CanrL-fc River * 29. Sir I-ichard Spencer. 687 Acres adjoin- ing the Town-site of Albany, District oj Plantaganet. 41 SO. Sir Richard Spencer. 719 Acres, also adjoining the Town-site of Albany. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. Ko. 29. William Drake, described as A 9. Perth INo. 30. Alexander Collie, described as A 10 Perth PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary.