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BUNBURY. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 December 1865

BUNBTJKY. (From our own Correspondmt.) The usual bustle and excitement occasioned by our annual festivities ia at an end, and our little town ia again subsiding into, ita ordinary state of tranquility. The proceedings of last week were on the whole moat ably conducted, and as the weather was propitious an unusually large concourse of the inhabitants, including many visitors, were présent. The ahow. of stock, etc., waa in some instances fax .superior to that on former occasions; however I will not enter into details aa these may be more cor- rectly obtained by a perusal of the Secretary*! ^ Annual Beport. ^ - .,' The Banar in aid of Bunbury Church Build- ing Fond waa held on Wednesday and Thura day, and met with a very signal success. Mr. Everett kindly lent bis new building for the occasion, which being situated in a central part of the town proved admirably adapted for the purpose ; the total amount realized is J611015s., »«um exceeding the anticipations of the most ?anguine, and w...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 December 1865

VICTORIA. Nothing effective has yet been done to remove the difficulty between the two Houses. The Legislative Assembly passed the Tariff Bill by itself, and sent it up to the. Council. It was rejected there by a majority of 19 to 5. The day after the rejection of the Bill importers got their goods from the Custom-House without paying the duties. To meet the emergency the Government .have issued regulations, according to which they charge fio much a package on goods cleared. The greatest dissatisfaction prevails. Ministers refuse to bring in an Appro- priation Bill, but announce a prorogation, with a view to dissolution and an appeal to the country. The Governor is said to insist on an Appropriation Bill being brought in. It is reported that he received an unpleasant despatch from the Imperial Government by the last mail. Actions have been brought against the Collectors of Customs for not collecting the legal duties. A petition to the Queen for the recall of the Governor, signed by ...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 December 1865

. Carrapitbeiu*. To «fe Editor of the Perth Gazette !ç W. A. Times. SIR,-" Times are hard," so some say, and dread the coming month of Annual Meetings. It is hard to say which is the worst-staying away from the Public Meetings, and then let grumble have its fling, to the annoyance of the office-bearers, or to crowd the Meeting with cantankerous bipeds and almost obstruct the business. Coming bespeaks manliness and energy, and, I think» is much to be preferred to the modest members, who think their presence an intrusion on that August Assembly. Come then, and say for yourselves, whether there shall be an assessment of so much more, or less than last year ; and you may speak your mind as to what you consider necessary to be done the ensuing year : for many heads can, or ought to see more than .a few. I, as one of the few, would rather that the improvements he suggested by a large community. We should, then have many claims before us ; a longer discussion ; and ultimately, more satisfa...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 December 1865

J . Cr. C . C A K K , I M P O R T E R O F GENERAL MERCHANDIZE, PE XV J^ïï IEW GOODS JUST ARRIVED EX "ZEPHYR," AID I0W LAIDIIG. DRAPERY, HOSIERY, HABERDASHERY, MILLINERY, HATS, BONNETS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, ETC, ETC. pAMLET and Poplin \J Dresses (in great variety) Sheeting Fancy Trimmings Artificial Flowers Men's and Boys' Hats (in great Towelling Bonnet Fronts Head Dresses, Wreaths variety) Winseys Calicos Hair Nets and Pads Feathers Moleskin Trousers Linsey Woolseys Long Cloths Dress Caps Parasols, Sunshades Silk Hats Silks Diaper Cambric Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Woollen and Cotton Rugs Coburgs Ticking Yenetian Window Blinds Women's and Girls' Hats Handkerchiefs Alpacas Damasks Ladies' Belts Children's Trimmed do. Belts and Braces Checks Moreens Melton Cloth Jackets Mantle Cloth Carpet Bags Plaids Flannels Fancy Skirtings Mantle Holland Duckend Drül Trousers Muslins Blankets Lace Curtains Neck Ties and CoUars Gent's^Ties and Scarfs Llamas Counterpanes Ribbons, Yelvets Crimean Shirts Pri...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 December 1865

H&WtïïÔ iirtílligjenre. ARRIVALS. December 8.-New Perseverance, 105 tons, W. Owston, master, from Batavia. Passengera -Messrs. Tomlinson and J. Ford. 9.-Speculator, 14 tons, John Brown, master, from. Vasse and Banbury. Cargo-50 bags potatoes and 37 casks batter. Same day.-Wild Wave, 28 tons, G. Cross, master, from Vasse and Bunbury. Passengers -9 prisoners. Cargo-32 bales wool, 1 case cheese, 255 bags potatoes, 19 tegs butter, 73 bogs flour, 5 baleB leather, 66 bago bran and pollard, 10 pkgs. sundries. 11.-Emily Smith, 141 tons, R. Davidson, master, from Adelaide. Passengers-Miss Mary Coz, Mr. J.. Soloman, Miss Laura Davidson, and Miss Julia Davidson, in cabin. ' 13.-The Strathmore, .450 tons, J. Burke, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers Messrs. Bastón, Horkins and D. Scott. Cargo -970 bags copper ore, 446 bags lead ore, 28f tons sandalwood, 10 bales wool, and ' 2 cases original Cargo from London. DEPARTURES. December 8,-Kalahome, 370 tons, G. McMil- lan, master, for the ...

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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, DECEMBER 15, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 December 1865

ijcrtj êntftU * ». g1. 8imw. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Shakspeare. ÍíJUE>ATrDEC^ The intelligence from the neighboring colonies relating to the effects of the con- tinued drought is most distressing, but after reading of the destruction which has overtaken their stock, it is pleasing to find that the gloomy anticipations which had prevailed as to the almost total failure of the crops had not been entirely fulfilled, and that like our own cornfields our neighbors, corn had improved during the month of November beyond expec- tation. It is a somewhat singular proof of the general conformity which prevails over the meteorology of the southern portion of Australia, that on the same days in November, the 5th and 6th, on which we had a welcome fall of rain, the like was experienced both in Victoria and New South Wales, and, probably, al- though we do not find it noticed, in some parts of S. Australia, to which per...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 December 1865

For London Direct. THE splendid clipper barque " FITZROY, A Î 14 years, 573 tons register, James McQukbx, 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 * v O.A. MANNING, Fremantle. »4, AÄ~WES®&&; *4M3G.tPerih^~* ' Fremantle, 26th Sept., 1865. For London Direct. HE fast sailing clipper barque ZEPHYR, __^__ 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. a. C. CAER, Perth. A. FRANCISCO, Fremantle. Perth, September 28,1865. First 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 f D. PEB POUND, GUARANTEED NOT TO BE DUMPED. For freight or passage apply to BICKLEY &am...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 15 December 1865

TENDERS FOR TREASURY BILLS. TENDERS (in duplicate) will be re- ceived at the Commissariat Office, at Perth, until, noon on TUESDAY, the 19th 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 accepted witl be divided iii proportion to the amount of such tenders, if the parties are willing to take Bills for a less amount x than that'for which they have tendered. Tenders for Bills under «£100 will not he noticed. Information of the result of tenders from Fremantle, will be given by the afternoon mail on the 19th Instant. J. W. BOVELL, Deputy Commissary General. Commissariat, Perth, W. A., ) 12th December, 1865. J IMPORTANT SALE Of various Goods at Fremantle, now land- ing ex "Emily Smith," from Adelaide, .South Australia!!! IB,. SAM S01, (Gov...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. HOME NEWS OFFICE, THURSDAY, October 26, 1865. AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 December 1865

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. HOME NEWS OFFICE, THURSDAY, October 26,1865. AMEEICA. A delegation from South Carolina had an interview with President Johnson. Governor M'Grath presented a memorial on behalf of Mr. Davis. Mr. Johnson replied that pardons must be proceeded with gradually, and au effort made to execute the law. If treason had been committed, it ought to be determined by the highest tribunal, even if clemency should come afterwards. There was neither malice nor pre- judice in carrying out that duty, and no dis- position existed for persecution or thirst for blood. Expressions of mutual confidence passed between the President and the dele- gation. FRANCE. M. Drouyn de Lhuys has issued a diplomatic circular defining the objects and operations of the Sanitary Congress to meet at Constanti- nople. The conference is not to interfere in the internal administration of any country, and the measures it may advocate can only be put into practice in each country by the consent and au- thori...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 December 1865

STRAYED STOCK. BROUGHT in from my run and now on keep in my stockyard, one bay en- tire horse, black points, about 14 hands high, no mark or brand visible. If not claimed within the time allowed by law will be sold to pay expenses. MICHAEL QUINN, JUN. Glenfield, Williams River, Dec. 6. [7s. IMPOUNDED in my stockyard for con- tinued trespass, a bay horse1; about 15 hands high, rising four years old, branded QE on off side. If not claimed, will be sold as the law directs. AUGUSTUS F. LEE STEERE. Haisthorpe, near York, Dec. 1. [7s. £10 BEWABD w ILL be given to any person who will give such information as shall lead to to the conviction of-the party, or parties, who killed, or in any manner ap- propriated to their own use, during the month of February last, A DARK RED COW, tops off both ears, notch behind I the right ear, branded something like 2 near side rump. Also in the month of July last, a small RED STEER, fork out of the right ear, notch behind the left one, horns broken and lyin...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 December 1865

IMMENSE REDUCTION IN COTTON GOODS!!! Ex "Strathmore," "Midas" and" Stanley 9 99 A CHOICE SELECTION of Cotton, Linen, "Woollen, and Fancy Goods, 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, Berrys, 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 Alp...

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LONDON WOOL EEPOET. OCTOBER 23, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 December 1865

LONDON WOOL EEPOET. OCTOBER 23,1865. SINCE the close of last sales there had been a fair inquiry in our market for all descriptions, particularly Port Phillip combing, ranging from 2s. 2d. to 2s. 5d. There is scarcely any of this description, and the few parcels remain- ing are held for November sales, which are ex- pected to commence about the third week of that month. Inquiries became less so soon as the highest rate was established by the Bank, via., 7 per cent., all parties, excepting those who have been compelled to buy for actual requirements, preferring to consume present stocks rather than increase them. Holders are -very firm and stocks moderate, hence there is every probability of prices being fully maintained for this year.

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Mining Reports. The Fortune Copper Mining Company, Limited, Fremantle, Western Australia, 30th Nov., 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 December 1865

Mining Reports. The Fortune Copper Mining Company, Limited, Fremantle, Western Australia, 30th Nov., 1865. SIE,-I beg to forward you my monthly re- port of this Mine : 50 N.E. end.-Driving by two men, lode large, and unproductive, but good easy ground for exploring. 50 S.W. end.-Driving by two men, lode l8 inches wide, producing a little copper ore. 5>> NE. stopes.-Working by two men, lode l8 inches wide, producing l£ ton copper ore per fathom. 50 S.W. stopes.-Working by four men, lode two feet wide, producing 1£ ton copper ore per fathom. No. 1 stopes bottom 30 S.W.-Working by four men, lode 3 feet wide, composed of lead, spar, and copper, producing for the former 2£ tons, and for the latter £ of a ton per fathom. No. 1 stopes back 30 S.W.-Working by two men, lode 2 feet wide, producing 2 tons lead ore per fathom. 30 N.E. end.-Driving by four men, at ¿610 per fathom, lode 3£ feet wide, producing 2 i tons lead ore per fathom. 12 fatlwm level S.W. of Whim Shaft.-Driving by two ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE OVERLAND MAIL. European Intelligence to October 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 December 1865

ARRIVAL OS* THF OYERIAO MAIL. European Intelligence to October 26. It is now so customary for the Eng- lish Mail to be behind time, that no dis appointment is felt as day after day it fails to put in an appearance. A few months since when the South Australians remonstrated upon the arrangements of the Postmaster General for the new con- tract, we were somewhat surprised to learn from his lordship that the service had been performed so well that the gra- tuities earned by the P. & O. Company were many and the penalties exacted but few. We fancy that Lord Stanley will not be able to report so favorably of the serviceduring 1865, the mailhavingduring the whole year been from threeways up wardsbehmdtimejeachmonth. Thismonth the delay has been seven days, the mail arriving on the 16th instead of the 9th. The Telegraphic intelligence is onty to the 6th October, and contains nothing interesting, if we except the arrival of the Shenandoah at Liverpool on the 5th.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 December 1865

J. . CARR J IMPORTER OF GENEËAL PERÉH MERGHANDIZE. IE¥ GOODS JUST AEEipD EC " ZBPHYE," ABD HOW LAMIHG. DRAPERY, HOSIERY, HABERDASHERY, MILLINERY, HATS, BONNETS, CLOTHING, : BOOTS, ETC, ETC. pAMLET and Poplin \J Dresses (in great variety) Sheeting Fancy Trimmings Artificial Flowers Men's and Boys' Hats (in great Towelling Bonnet Fronts Head Dresses, Wreaths variety) Winseys Calicos . Hair Nets and Pads Feathers Moleskin Trousers Liiisey Woolseys Long Cloths Dress Caps Parasols, Sunshades Silk Hats Silks Diaper Cambric Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Woollen and Cotton Rugs Coburgs Ticking Venetian Window Blinds Women's and Girls' Hats Handkerchiefs Alpacas Damasks Ladies' Belts Children's Trimmed do. Belts and Braces Checks Moreens Melton Cloth Jackets Mantle Cloth Carpet Bags Plaids Flannels Fancy Skirtings Mantle Holland Duck£and Drill Trousers Muslins Blankets Lace Curtains Neck Ties and CoUars Gent's Ties and Scarfs Llamas Counterpanes Ribbons, Velvets ~ Crimean Shirts Printed Baizes Pri...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 December 1865

j&PïTJOTÔ %1tUlltytntt. ABRIVAL. December 15.-Lady Alicia, 182 tons, D. Fluckart, master, from Melbourne. Passenger -cabin: Miss Wickliffe. DEPARTURES. December 16.-Wild Wave, 22 tons, Cross, master, for Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers Mrs. Forrest and 3 children, Mrs. Payne, Mrs. McGuire, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, and Miss Spen- cer. Cargo-¿-cask gin, ¿-cask rum, ¿-cask brandy, all (under bond), 14 bags sugar, 2 do. salt, 14 ^-chests tea, 3 bags dates, ¿-cask wine, 1 case wine, 5 bundles shovels, 2 bales hops, 5 casks bottled beer, 5 hhds. beer, 1 box tobacco, 74 cases, bags, and pckgs., merchandise andfur niture, &c, &c. 19.- Les Trois Amis, 44 tons, Green mas- ter for Bunbury & Vasse. Passengers.-J. & L. Green, and two Miss Green's. Cargq¿¿- ton sugar, and 10 cases sundries. ' '. ' 21.-The Clarence Packet, 62 tons, J. Oliver, master, for Champoin Bay. Passengers-Mr. Bastón, Messrs. Hoskins, Osbourne, Durlacher, and Mary Moore, and 3 in the steerage...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 December 1865

For Adelaide. THE EMILY SMITH will sail j for the above port about the 28th instant. "'. ?,. ! For freight or passage apply T. A H. CARTER & CO. December 15,1865. Important and Unreserved Sale by by Auction, at the Stores of MR. D. POLLOCK, Fremantle, on TUES- DAY, January the 16th, 1860. MESSRS J. J. HARWOOD & CO. HAYS been favored with instructions to sell by Public Auction, at the store of MB. D. POLLOCK, Fremantle : THE whole of the large and well as- sorted STOCK of GENERAL MERCHANDIZE, consisting of Men's Clothing, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Belts, Braces, Ties, Collars, Stock Hand- kerchiefs, &c, &c, &c. Ladies' Scarfs and Shawls, Cloaks, Petticoats, Llamas, Plaids-, Coburgs, Mo- hairs, Hollands, Calicoes, Huckaback, Flannel, White and Colored Stockings, j Millinery of every description. j A quantity of Grlass ware, Cut Decanters Kerosene Lamps and Wicks Cutlery of all kinds Combs and Playing Cards , Looking-Olasses, Umbrellas, Clocks, Station...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 December 1865

BIRTH. CLIFTON.—At Albany, K. G. Sound, on the 8th December, the wife of WILLIAM C. CLIFTON, ESQ., Peninsular and Oriental Company's Agent, of a Son.

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 December 1865

AMERICA. The national and provisional state authorities continue to co-operate har- moniously in the work of reconstruction, which progresses in a most satisfactory manner, and there are strong indications that the States recently in rebellion will all be prepared to resume their full re- lations with the Federal government dur- ing the approaching congressional session. The Georgian Convention has met and repealed the Secession Ordinance. Reso- lutions have been introduced into the Alabama Convention repealing the Seces- sion Ordinance; repudiating the State Debt contracted during the war; acknowledging the abolition of slavery by the Federals, and prohibiting its restora- tion ; ratifying all legistative enactments and judical decrees under the Confede- rate rule; not incompatible with the Fede- ral constitution, but postponing until a future session of the Convention (which might be called whenever deemed ex- pedient by its President) any revision of the State constitution. In Mi...

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THE FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 22 December 1865

THE FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS. Contrary to the expressed wishes of the late Premier, his remains will not be buried at Horn- sey, but at Wastminster Abbey, to-morrow, October 27, by the express desire of her Majesty, who will be represented on the occasion. The funeral is to be a public one, and the remains of the veteran statesman will be laid beside those of Canning and Pitt. The body has been removed from Brocket-hall to Cambridge-house, Piccadilly, where it was received by the only nephew and by the private secretary of his late lordship, the Rev. Henry Sulivan, and the Hon. Evelyn Ashley. It was carried into the dining room, where, covered with a pall and a [plume of feathers at the head, it now remains. It is arranged that the procession shall leave Cam- bridge-house at 12 o'clock to-morrow, and ar- rive at the Abbey in an hour. The chief mourn- ers, among whom will be Viscount Bury, repre- senting her Majesty, his Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge, Earl Russell, and the members...

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