ON Wednesday last, a Public Meeting was held at the Court House, Perth, pursuant to advertisement, to take into consideration the prospects of this colony with reference to ...Article : 4,221 words
July 31—George Coucher, charged with being drunk; fined 5s and 2s 6d expenses. H. Yelverton, summoned before the bench, charged with cutting timber upon the properly of ...Article : 187 words
"William Felgate & Co., advertise a first class ship, 500 tons, to sail for Western Australia in May. THE MISSING ARCTIC EXPEDITION.—An ...Article : 823 words
The whole danger of Australia at the present moment resolves itself into the want of labour. The latest accounts from Melbourne represent that an unskilled labourer can ...Article : 625 words
SIR,—I wish to express my feelings through your paper, respecting the treatment I received from two or three gentlemen, at the Court house last Wednesday night. ...Article : 287 words
SIR,—There is a common practice for people to ridicule that which they either do not, or affect not to understand, hence the attempt of your correspondent a lime-burner, ...Article : 488 words
For my part I don't think the old distich holds good as regards "Brown Bess"— "Tis good to be off with the old love Before your are on with the new." ...Article : 1,097 words
July 19—Mcynell Huntly, assaulting John Sudin; case dismissed. 22—Robert Roland, (alias Bob the liar) using obscene and threatening language to the police; ...Article : 140 words
SIR,—Seeing in your paper of July 14th, the following statement, I beg leave to contradict some of it. "The land on the Greenough occupied by Mr. G. Shenton, is now in ...Article : 255 words
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