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CLERK TO THE COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 August 1834

CLERK TO THE COUNCILS. The Business of the Colonial Secretary in this Department will be limited to the Construction of the Minutes of the Executive Council at each Meeting, and the presentation of two Copies of such Minutes at the Meeting next following; one Copy of which, together with the accompanying Documents, will be kept by him in the Book of Minutes: the other Copy will be delivered to the Governor for Transmission to England. These are in all cases to be written by himself and care- fully preserved, according to the Terms of his Oath. In the Legislative Council the duty of Clerk will be to keep the Journals, to write for such Papers as may be demanded, and to see that the Orders and Regulations of the Council be carried into effect.

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HARBOUR MASTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 August 1834

HARBOUR MASTERS. The Harbour Masters at the several Ports to which they may be appointed are to take * the earliest opportunity of boarding all Vessels ap poraching or coming into the Anchorage, taking precaution to ascertain before hand that no illness or contagious disorder exists on board the vessel. After a proper Inspection of the Ship's Papers, he is to deliver to the Master a Copy of the Act of the Colonial Legislature for regulating the con- duct and proceedings of Masters and Crews of Merchant Vessels arriving in the Ports of the Colony, and for the Receipt of which he is to take the Master's acknowledgement. He is to keep a Port Book into which he is to enter the Names, Tonnage, and Owner's Address, and the Master's name of every Ship which may arrive, the Port from which she last cleared out, the Port to which she is bound, the number of her Crew and Passengers, and [a Copy of the Manifest of her Cargo imported and of the Arti- cles which she may export from the Colony on...

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COLONIAL REGISTRAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 August 1834

COLONIAL REGISTRAR. The Business of the Registrar s Office, and that of the Secretary's, are to be kept entirely separate. The Registry will be open on one day in each Week from Noon till Three. The Registrar will neither write or receive Letters ; it will be his duty to receive, register and arrange under their respective heads, Papers of the following description : Public Papers periodically deposited by the following Departments : Surveyor-General. ^ Committee for Auditing Accounts. Colonial Treasurer. Collector and Sub-Collectors cf Revenue. Copies of Grants and Assignments from the Crown. V On the days appointed for the Transaction of Business in this Department the Registrar will re- ceive and attend to all Applicants in person, who may be desirous with proper authority, to have any Re-assignments, Transfers, or Mortga- ges endorsed on the Titles existing in the Office to any Real Property, and these Endorsements are to be in hand writing of the Registrar, and in no other ; an...

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SUPERINTENDENTS OF MOUNTED POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 August 1834

SUPERINTENDENTS OF MOUNTED POLICE. The Corps of Mounted Police is in its nature entirely of a Civil character ; it is to be composed of Individuals selected and regularly authorised to keep the Peace. In each particular District there will be station- ed a Superintendent and a Detachment of the Corps. The Principal Superintendent will reside at Perth, and to him the Superintendents of Districts are to report for the Governor's Information. This body of Men will be provided wiih Horses, Accountrements and Arms at the Public Expense, and they will receive Wages, Provisions and Al- lowances, according to the following Scale.     ********* One of the principal objects contemplated in the Establishment of this Corps, is the maintenance of a friendly Intercourse with the Aboriginal Tribea of the Country ; for this purpose the Superintend- ent of every District is to make himself acquainted as speedily as possible with the Names, Numbers, Movements, Habits, and us...

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FORM OF HARBOUR MASTER[?]S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 August 1834

FORM OF HARBOUR MASTERS REPORT. Name of Ship or Vessel. 1 Rig and Tonnage | Master's Name. 1 Owner's Address. . f Number of Ship's Compfny. j Number of Passengers. | Port last from. Destination. Length ofvoy age from last port ? General description of Cargo. Intelligence, if any.

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(Answer to the preceding Address.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 August 1834

(Answer to the preceding Address.) Gentlemen, I should be wholly insensible if I weref not in the highest degree gratified by the cordial reception with which you have been pleased to greet my return, and I request you will present to the Inhabitants of Guildford, York, and the Upper and Middle Swan, my sincere acknowledge- ments for your welcom e After an absence, protracted by adverse circum- stances, to the long period of two years, I have the satisfaction of finding myself once more amongst the Agricultuial Settlers of this Colony ; and without entering into a minute detail of those arrangements which have been accomplished in some degree by my voyage to England, I availmy self of the present occasion to refer to some of their leading features connected more particularly with the important interests which you represent. That portion of Public Expenditure which it is the present intention of His Majesty's Government to provide for out of the Parliamentary funds, has been placed u...

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GOVERNMENT RESIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 August 1834

GOVERNMENT RESIDENTS. The limits of the District comprised within any. Residency will be defined in the Letter containing the Resident's Appointment, who is to consider himself in that Office as charged with the Superin- tendence of the general interests and welfare of the portion of the Colony confined to his care, and in all matters relating to the advancement of which, he is to correspond with the Governor through the Colonial Secretary. In Districts distant from the Seat of Government the Resident will be considered, in the Governor's absence, as the principal Civil Officer, possessing the Power, in cases of emergency, of calling upon any other Persons employed on the Civil Estab- lishment for their co-operation and aisistance, and corresponding Instructions will be given to the other Civil officers stationed in his district to pay attention to his wishes whenever they may be called upon ; but as the several Departments of the * Public Service will receive specific Instructions ...

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GUILDFORD, MIDDLE AND UPPERSWAN ADDRESS. To His Excellency Sir James Stirling, Governor, Commander-in-Chief, &c. of Western Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 August 1834

GUILDFORD , MIDDLE AND UPPER, SWAN ADDRESS. To His Excellency Sir James Stirling, Gover- nor, Commander-in-Chief, tye. of Western Australia. The Inhabitants of Guildford, York, and the Middle and Upper Swan, beg leave, through the medium of a Deputation, to present your Excel- lency with their most respectful and sincere con- gratulations on your return to resume the Govern- ment of this Colony. Well aware how totally inefficient this mode of address is to represent the universal feelings of satisfaction and joy which pervade ali ranks of the People on this happy occasion, they hail your Excellency's return as the dawn of a new Fra m this interesting Settlement, founded and establish- ed by your own personal enterprise and intrepidity ; most earnestly hoping that every wish which your Excellency could have entertained for their mutual interests has been realized. They cannot let this opportunity pass without offering their most sincere and heartfelt congratu- lations to Lady Stirlin...

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PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency Captain SIR JAMES STIRLING, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Western Australia, and Vice-Admiral of the same. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 August 1834

PROCLAMATION. | By His Excellency Captain S in James Stirling, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Western Australia, and Vice-Ad- miral of the same. WHEREAS by an Act of the Governor with the advice of the Legislative Council, intituled, " An Act to impose certain Duties on Im- ported Spirituous Liquors" it is enact- ed, that the Collector of Colonial Revenue for this Colony shall be appoint- ed by the Proclamation of the Governor for the time being :-Now, there- fore, by virtue and in exercise of the said recited Power, I, the Governor, do nominate and appoint Henry C. Sutherland, of Perth, in the said Colony, Esquire, to be Collector of the Colonial Revenue of this Colony. GOD SA.VE THE KING! ! Given under my hand and seal at Perth this Twenty-ninth day of August, One thousand Eight hundred and Thirty-four. JAMES STIRLING, Governor. By ÜisExcellenc\/s Command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary.

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COLLECTORS OF COLONIAL REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 August 1834

COLLECTORS OF COLONIAL REVENUE. Thejîxisting sources of Revenue in the Colony are 1st,-AU Re-payments to the Local Govern- ment of Sums due on the 3lst March, 1832, or which may become due at subsequent dates by private Individuals on account of Stores or Money advanced. 2d,-The Income arising from all Duties im posed on the Importation of Spirits or other Commodities into the Colony. 3d,-The Amount of all Fees payable on the Transaction of any Business at th« Public Offices. 4th,-The Amount of all Payments on account of Licenses Sec. for retailing Spirituous Liquors. 5th,-The Amount of all Fines and Penalties imposable - in the Courts and Police Offices for Petty Offences, and the Re-payment by Masters tor the subsistence of indentured Servants detained in Prison at their suit. 6th,-The Proceeds of all Sales of Crown Lands and Town Allotments. Under each of these Heads the Collector of Revenue is to keep separate Accounts. The Collector and Sub-Collectors are to keep regular Cash B...

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SURVEY DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 August 1834

SURVEY DEPARTMENT. The Surveyor-General, under the new Arrange- ment, will be charged with the Duty of superin- tending the Extention of the Survey of the Colony, and, except in relation to this particular object, he will not be required to carry on any Corres- pondence ; and as* it has been thoaght advisable by His Majesty's Government to effect the Survey by Private Individuals willing and competent to undertake it Y j Contract, the regular Establish- ment of the Survey Office has been limited to a Surveyor-General, a Draftsman, and a Clerk, at a small Salary. This Department will therefore be relieved for the future from all Transactions with regard to the Assignment of Land, except in affixing 'to tfcß Plans a Record of all Assignments. In accordance with existing Regulations, na Land will be granted or disposed of by the Crown either in Towns or in the Territory at large, ex- cept on the principle of Sale ; nor will any Land be considered open for Purchase in any District or To...

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THE TREASURER AND HIS ASSISTANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 August 1834

THE TREASURER AND HIS ASSISTANT. j The Treasurer will be furnished with a Copy of the Instructions issued by the Lords Commission- ers of His Majesty's Treasury to the Governor of Western Australia, and the Officers under his command, in respect of the Custody and Manage I ment of the Colonial Funds and Expenditure in that Settlement. To these* Instructions he is to pay strict attention, and to take them as the rule of his conduct in all Transactions relating to the Civil Expenditure. The Stores remaining in charge of the Commis j sarial appertaining to ¡the Civil Service, will be S disposed of at an early period, and the Proceeds j will be carried to the Colonial Fund : subsequent to the latter Arrangement, it will be advisable, as [ far as it is possible, to refrain from any future Purchase or Charge of Stores for the Civil Ser- vice,-and whenever it may be necessary to send to England for Stationery or Medicines, to pur- chase Instruments or Office Furniture for the use of any Ci...

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GENERAL REGULATIONS IN REGARD TO THE CIVIL ESTABLISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 August 1834

.GENERAL REGULATIONS IN REGARD j TO THE CIVIL ESTABLISHMENT. HE Anniversaries of the following Dayç will be observed as Holidays in all the Public Offices in the Colony : Christmas Day. Good Friday. Wh'dmomlay. King's Birth Day. Queens Birth Day. Battle of Waterloo. Battle of Trafalgar. Foundation of the Colony-1st Jvne. Holidays falling on a Sunday will be held on the Monday jolloiüing. On all other Days, except the aforementioned, the usual Hours of Business at the Public Offices will be from 9 till 4 ; and the Officers of the Es- tablishment are requested to observe that their Absence from the Duties of the Offices to which they belong during the Days and Hours of Busi- ness, without regular Permission from the Go- vernor, will subject them to his displeasure. It is also to be understood that their usual Places of Residence are to be those which aie stated in the List of the Civil Establishment. To prevent mis-apprehension, all Communica- tions are to be made in Writing to the He...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, August 26, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 August 1834

»#"¥Eft,NMffiWT MOTICE Colonial Secretary s Office, Perth, August 26, 1834. i BE accompanying List of the Civil Establishment of Western Australia, together with a Set of Instructions for the Regulation and Management of Public Business in the Civil Departments under Government, is hereby directed to be made Public for general Information ;~ and notice is hereby given to all whom the aforesaid instructions may concern, that they are to be most strictly observed and followed in all cases to which they may refer. By His Excellency's Command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. . CIVIL ESTABLISHMENT OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Office. Governor Comr^sder-in-Chief Vice-/^ . lirai Confidential Clerk Executive Council Legislative Council Colonial Secretary. Coloriai Registiar Clerk oí Councils First Clerk to Secretaiy Second Ditto Messenger to Councils Sun ey or-General Draftsman Cltnk. Colonial Chaplain Qurates at Fremantle King George's Sound Schoolmasters at Perth i rcmantle King George's Sound ...

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COLONIAL SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 August 1834

COLONIAL SECRETARY. The main object contemplated in the Establish- ment of the Colonial Secretary's Office is to con- duct the Correspondence of the Governor with the several Departments of the Public Service ; and also with the Colonists, collectively or individual- ly. The Rules to be adopted for this purpose are, in the first place, that every Letter received and   issued shall be accurately registered, and that, by the daily Inspection of this Register, the Corres- pondence may be prevented from falling into arrear. Thirdly,- By a regular and systematic presenta- tion to the Governor of all Letters received by the Colonial Secretary, the Governor's decision may be obtained and the proper Answer returned with- out delay; but the Secretary having neither Au- thority nor Responsibility in such matters, is not to address any Letters on Service in his own name or in that of the Governor, without the sanction of the latter. Henceforward the Office of the Co- lonial Secret...

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GOVERNOR'S OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 30 August 1834

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE. All Persons who may be desirous of a personal Interview with the Governor on Business, are re- quested to attend him at his Office between the hours of 7 and 8 in the Morning, after which he will not receive any one, except on cases of em- ergency, or upon written Applicalion and Leave granted. All Persons coining to the Governor on Business are roquested to give their Names to the Orderly in Wailing, Two of whom will attend at the Office from Half-past Six till Four ; the Clerk is to be present at all Interviews which the Governor may grant to Individuals on Business, and he is to keep notes of the nature of the Ap- plication and the Answer returned. The Management of all external Correspond- ence will be carried on in the Office of the Con- fidential Clerk, and also such part of the internal Correspondence as may relate to matters of a personal nature. Every Document coming into, or issuing out of, the Confidential Clerk's Office is to be accurately registered ;...

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HORSES FOR THE PRESIDENCIES OF INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 September 1834

HORSES FOR THE PRESIDENCIES OF INDIA. WE purposed offering some remarks in our pre- sent number upon this important subject, connected with our recent importations, the press of other matter has, however, compelled us to postpone them for the present. The following Extract from Buckingham's Travels, explanatory of the trade between Bussorah and Bombay, Madras and Calcutta, which we intended to couple with our remarks, will, in the mean time, prove interesting. The rupee is valued a£ Is. 9d. " Horses form the most important return next to the precious metals. These are brought into Bussorah from all the surrounding country ; but those of Nejed are generally preferred. There is a standing order of the Porte prohibiting the exportation of horses from any part of the Turkish dominions, on the old principle of con- fining what a nation is likely to want within itself. The consequence of such a regulation, w hi le it was adhered to, was, that no one bred horses but for his own use, or jus...

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SPENCER'S GULF & PORT LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 September 1834

SPENCER'S GULF & PORT LINCOLN. THE following Extract from a letter addressed to Mr. W. Trimmer, a resident in this Colony, by a friend in England, evinces the sentiments which are entertained respecting Spencer's Gulf and Port Lincoln. The letter is written by a Gentleman who has our interest at heart, and is penned in sincerity ; but we must be allowed to observe that we are decidedly opposed to pursuing the exam- ple which has been set before us-namely, of en- deavouring to raise ourselves J: y the depression Of our neighbours. We have every confidence in the soupce from whence the opinions conveyed in this communication are derived,-but we give publicity to it more with a view to extend the information which we have long required with regard to this portion of our island, than to turn the tide of emigration, should it have commenced to set in, in that direction. "London, 15th January, 1834. " There is an endeavour to form a Company to get a grant of land on the Southern c...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1834. THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL CHAMBERS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 September 1834

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1834. THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL CHAM- BERS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. As SOON as the Members of the Council were assembled on Monday, the 25th ultimo-it being the first day of the meeting of the Legislative Council since the arrival of Governor Sir James Stirling-His Excellency proposed that Strangers should heneeforth be admitted and be allowed to be present during the discussions of the Council. The proposal was readily and most cordially ac- quiesced in, and the doors were accordingly thrown open. The smallness of the room will render it necessary to limit the numbers admitted : We believe it is determined to confine it to twenty persons, and tickets will be issued by the Clerk to the Council, to that extent, on the morning of the day the Council is called to assemble, of which due notice will be given. The names of the New Members to be selected from the body of the Settlers have not yet trans- pired ; they will be choosen, we should...

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IMPORTS per "JAMES PATTISON." [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 September 1834

IMPORTS per "JAMES PATTISON." Nineteen pieces iron, 1 barrel stone-ware, 1 cask Port, 3 bundles sheet iron, 1 case oil, 1 hhd. paint (in kegs), 1 copper (containing sundries), 6 cases British cottons, 2 cases wear- ing apparel, 1 case ditto, i case pickles and pre- serves, for S. & J. Henty ; 1 bale and one case for the Commissary ; 1 case, Mr. Carter ; 4hhds. ßpirits, 1 barrel gunpowder, 318 boards, Messrs. Habgood ; 1 case apparel, Mr. Brockman ; 6 tierces and 7 hhds. Vinegar, Bland & Trimmer ; 1 box apparel, Charles Brown; 1 ditto, Mr. Whitfield ; 1 case, 1 puncheon, 2 casks, W. L. Brockman; 3 casks, 1 trunk, H. G. Smith; 1 box apparel, J. Lewis, Esq. ; 1 box merchandise, M. Mc Dermott; 2 cases, Mr. Roe; 7 casks wine, W. Bickley; 1 case apparel, G. Leake, Esq. ; 1 box window glass, James Davey ; 3 cases and 1 cask, the Governor ; 8 cases and 1 cask, Mr. Samson ; 2 cases guns, 1 case directed to Mr. Roe ; 1 box, E. Roberts ; 1 sack, M. Mc Dermott; I paper parcel, G...

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