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His Honour the Lieutenant Governor has thought proper
in the Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal, signed
communications made to those persons to whom they may
BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR.
to direct, that all public communications, which may appear
with any Official Signature, are to be considered as Official
relate.
PETER BROWN, COLONIAL SECRETARY


NEW SERIES



VOL. I.] [No. 10

SATURDAY, MARCH 9th, 1833



GOVERNMENT NOTICE.

Surveyor General's Office, Perth,
8th day of March
, 1833.

His Honor the Lieutenant Governor in Council has granted the following Town Allotments.

PERTH.
A 12. Josephine Birkett.
A 14. Rebecca Morgan.
A 16. John S. Roe.
A 17. Richard Mc. B. Brown.
H 5. Laurence Welch.
W 4. Charles F. Leroux.
W 27. Charles R. B. Norcott.
W 23. Edward Hodgson.
W 24. Edward Powell.
W 28. Thomas Carter.
X 21. William Shelton.
X 25. Henry W. Reveley.
X 26. Amelia Reveley.
FREMANTLE.
23. William & Peter Chidlow.
24. William & Peter Chidlow.
Suburban K. Rebecca W. Morgan.

The Assignment of the under mentioned building Allotments in Fremantle will be delivered on applying to the Civil Commissioner there, and paying him the amount chargeable for the corner boundary stakes.

402. Robert Habgood.
415. Robert Habgood.
410. Louisa Bond.
422. W. N. Clark & C. Spyers,
427. W. N. Clark & C. Spyers.
424. John Hancock.
403. Jacob Toby.
414. Jacob Toby.
412. Joseph Moore,
413. Robert Robinson
449. Alexander Collie & R Sholl
450, Alexander Collie & R Sholl
451. Alexander Collie & R Sholl
Kelmscott
16. Mary Ann Bolger.
17. Mary Ann Bolger.
Guildford
96. William Tanner.
120. Robert M. Lyon.
164. George Shenton.
165. George Shenton.
166. George Shenton.
Albany
S 10. George F. Moore.
S 16. George Cheyne.
S 22. Jacob Toby.
S 30. John P. Lyttleton.
S 31. John P. Lyttleton.
S 32. Sarah Lyttleton.
B 10. George F. Moore.
B 12. Alfred Hillman.
B 14. George Cheyne.
B 20. Jacob Toby,
B 28. Edward J. Lyttleton.
S 39. A. Collie, and R. Sholl,
S 40. A. Collie, and R. Sholl.
92. Sarah J. Lyttleton.
B 5. Suburban. John P. Lyttleton
A. 9. ditto George F. Moore
A II, Suburban Jacob Toby
Augusta
I30. Thomas Salkild
A Suburban. John Harford.

J. S. ROE.
Surveyor General.


NOTICE.

NOTICE is hereby given, that the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the Colony of Western Australia, will be holden at the Court-House at Fremantle, on Monday, the first day of April next, at the hour of nine in the forenoon.

Dated the 8th day of March, 1833,

A. H. Stone,
Clerk of the Peace.

FOR PORT AUGUSTA,
AND MAURITIUS;
Will Sail on the 15th Instant

THE Barque CYGNET, Captain John Rolls.—For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain; or, to

G. Leake
Agent.

Fremantle, March 1st, 1833.

FARMS TO LET.

1st. Cheltenham Farm on the Canning River, consisting of 5,300 acres, belonging to Messrs Clark and Spyers, will be let on an improving lease at a moderate rent. There is a good house on the property, and 14 acres of excellent soil have been cultivated. The straw will be given up to the tenant. This is an excellent station for a store and public House.

2nd. 107 acres on the Fremantle side of the Canning, nearly cleared of wood, extending along the bank of the river for one mile and a half, and consisting of excellent alluvial soil.

These farms will be let together, or separately as may be agreed on.—Apply to W. N. Clark, Solicitor.

Fremantle, March 4th, 1833.


FOR SALE
At the Stores of the undersigned.

Strong Scotch Ale, Pale Ale, and London double brown Stout in wood and bottle, Brandy, Rum, Hollands, Port, Madeira, Sherry, Claret, and other wines. Sugars, of all qualities,—Tobacco, Segars, Vinegar, Pickles, Chocolate, Raisins, Starch, Blue, Gentlemens Boots, Coats, Waistcoats, and Trowsers, Ladies Bonnets and Scarfs. Writing Paper, &c &c. &c. Masts, Topmasts, Yards, Chain Cable and Anchor for a Ship of 500 tons, the hulk of the Ship Rockingham. Also to be let, or sold, a fine boat of 12 tons, and 3 neat Cottages near the Cantonment.

William Lamb

Fremantle January 30th. 1833.


FOUND.

On Ensign Dale's Grant between Mr. Yule's and Mr. Brockman's a Pistol of superior description. Whoever has lost the same, may have it on application, to Samuel Ives, at Mr. Phillips,s, Canning River, by paying all expenses.

March 4th, 1833.


ON SALE
AT THE
STORES, OF THE UNDERSIGNED.
Perth, and Fremantle, Jan. 24th, 1833

Cogniac Brandy
Jamaica Rum,
Hollands,
Cape Wine,
Dunbars Bottled Stout.
Ale in hogsheads,
Beef,
Irish Prime Mess Pork,
Candles, Arrack,
Hops, Raisins,
Dried Fruits,
Apples, Pears,
Apricots, Peaches.
Prime Butter,
Snuff in Canisters,
Window Glass,
Brass Cocks,
Spades, Pick Axes,
Sickles, Nails,
Steel Mills,
Colonial Flour
Wheat
Barley
Oats
Men's Strong Shoes
Cart and Waggon Wheels,
Corks, Cigars,
Crockery, Cloves,
Nutmegs, Pepper,
Shot, Iron and Steel in Bars,
London Mustard,
Tin Mugs, Pickles,
Pitch and Tar,
White, Black and Green Paint,
Mauritius Sugar,
Fine and Common Black and Green Teas,
London Soap,
Seeds, Stationery and Account Books,
Slops, Jackets,
Sadlery, Tobacco.

G Leake


GENERAL POST-OFFICE

The MAIL for England and the Cape of Good Hope via Mauritius, per Cygnet, Captain Rolls, will be closed on Friday next the 15th instant..

Charles Macfaull,

Postmaster


March 1st, 1833.

Before the Rev. J. B. Wittenoom, and J. Morgan

Thomas Powley was charged by J. Light, carpenter with an assault on Wednesday last, and with having damaged a pair of trowsers his property The Defendant denied the charge, but was ultimately after a very patient investigation, ordered to pay their value to the Complainant with only half the expenses, (Light paying the other half,) as it appeared by the evidence that the parties were not sober at the time, and that the whole affair had its origin in a drunken frolic. With this discussion Light did not appear to be at all satisfied, and declared his intention to carry his complaint to the Quarter Sessions During the examination the Magistrates took occasion to remark upon the extraordinary conduct of some persons, who whilst complaining of high prices, and the scarsity of money, readily found a sufficient supply for the purpose of getting drunk, and afterwards came forward in the most shameless manner, to occupy their time with their drunken squabbles, or to the interference of the Magistrates in favour of their unforutenate families, who are in most cases left to starvation, or to provide for themselves.