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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 March 1868

b ipping Intelligente. ARRIVALS. March 2.-WILD WAVE, 28 tons, G. Cross, mas. tes, from Vasse and Bunbury. Passengers Mr. J. McGibbon, Mrs. Burkenshaw and family, and 2 others. Cargo-238 bags potatoes, 6 kegs butter, 5 pkgs. apples, &c., 1 hhd. oil, 11 pkgs. gum, 75 pieces tooart, 14 bags barley, 41 do. wheat, and sundries. March 4.-TWINKLING STAR, 56 tons, Lakey, master, from Champion Bay. ;Passengers Mrs. Hobbs, and family, and Messrs. Morrisey, and Ruehton. Cargo-380 sacks wheat, 50 do. barley, 40 do. bran, and 1 trunk. Same day.--EMLY SMITH, 142 tons, David son, master, from the Irwin. C argo-1110 bags wheat. March 5.-SwAN, 25 tons, Vincent, master, from the Irwin. Passengers-J. & W. Pascoe, and J. Smith. Cargo-272 bags wheat. DEPARTURES. March 1.--H.M.S. Brisk, for Sydney. March 2.--HELENA, 16 tons, Johnson, master, for Bupbury and Vasse. Cargo-1 ton coal and sundries. Same day.-SEA BIRD, 40 tons, M. O'Grady, master, for the Irwin. Messrs. Cutting, Smith, and Oke...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 March 1868

Southern Insuirance Coin pa Limited. C , . Pd. up 1ap itao G . .e.. b..6 . ,sQu ee L l i ;, ME..o;.. r.. , -,I: ! -SYNETAY-,22, B -,,sVIDG :MFA ::Agencies: , :CAlcutta-Shand, Fairlie, ,g&Co.:::-:: ,'MiuRrIRusl-Richardson &0JCo:o; :. : : ADELAI ,)E--JosephDariwi?nt .. ' SBnIsBs?.s--Henry Box & So". HOBART TOWN-D. MC'Phers:i 1un: ";LAUNCESTON--W. K. O'Keeff . ··. ,:. -i m1EDi---Dalgety, Rattray, & Co.:': PoRTLAND--S. G. flenty &G :GEELONG-0- . J. Dennys & Oo. WARtNAMBOOL-Kitkl '& Pat0+80n SwA. RIvan-Bickiey& &Co., RhANGO T.A Y Jamlieson. COLOMBO C- Shand Co: i. :l ,: ShiGAPO?Ei- Malaine, FIraseir & C.' BiATA IAgalclamie; W-t?t?i~' & 0o'. GiHRi.lCURiO o'imui Le~wis. AucxwtLn Ciui;~ kshaiik,, ~S~~i~t &i 06.j NEiLSON.-Nathll, Edwards & Co. HoITrriKAl-Rovse, Midie & Co. EcHUna. W' Culloch Co. WAHGUNYAH Rohei Lo'esK< The undae~signed , as Agents' for the above Coimpany...

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NO CHANCE FOR HIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 March 1868

No CHANCE FOR HIM.-A man who had a cause in court, said," thar if he lost in the Court of Common Pleas, he would appeal to the Su preme Court, and from. thence to Heaven." ". And there," replied a gentleman, "you would be sureto loses for you will not be present,.to answer for yourself, and no Attorney is ever ad mitted there."' ? •- 'PIS. - HOLLOWAY'S OiNT3ENT AND .PILs.--Rleu matic and nervous pains.--The chilly mornings and evenings will provoke these tortures in con. stitutions' susceptible of such maladies. Nothing affords so much relief as Holloway's Ointment, well rubbed upon the skin, after repeated warm fomentations. Thousands of testimonials bear witnessto the wonderful comfort obtained from this safe and simple treatment, which all can adopt. Holloway's Ointment, assisted byaju dicious use of.hisPills, are especially serviceable in assuaging the sufferings from cramps and other. muscular pains, whether they be acute, chronic, external, or internal. It .isearnestly recomme...

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Odds and Ends. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 March 1868

@b~B~ ana~v Q~tUbr. MELBOURNE. The annual session of the Assembly of the Church ofEngland was commenced January 29, and the bishop delivered an address. In it he referred to various subjects of church inter ests, and amongst others to the introduction of an organisatiou similiar to the Church Union ofEngland. He strongly objected to the formation of any party in his diocese, and unhesitatingly announced his determination to put down even the beginning ot anything re sembling the ritualistic practices which pre vail in England. This announcement was re ceived with such demonstrations of approval as to show that the bishop would. have the support of the assembly in any proceedings he he might take. During the progress of the sittings, a short discussion arose respecting the tenure of church properties, which it appeared was in an unsatisfactory state. The assembly adopted a scheme submitted by a special com mittee for the constitution of a chapter for the cathedral. It was decided tha...

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EXTRACT FROM OUR MMS. POEMS. "O ! magna vis veritatis," Cicero. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 March 1868

EXTRACT FROM OUR MMS. POEMS. " 0! magna vis veritatis," Cicerc. But evils do exist much worse than those, The poison-sand-and cattle stealing foes, A weak and inefficient Government A " Sleepy Hollow," sort of thing--and bent On doing just as little as it can Of good-much like an idle convict man. Enjoy its otium cum di'gnitafe, Its mollis inertia cum uravitate, Keep up the price of land, drive off population, Except the class-which is. a degradation, And which alone is fit for, and can save This active Colony from being the Slave Of any but its righteois masters : Its Grog Shops, Centsper cent, its piouspastors.* These evils might have been (andquickly)rooted out, Had any known that which they were about ; 'This kind of knowledge few indeed possest, And soon in consequence-became distrest, The only cure for which they idly said, (And for which grace theyhave full dearly paid,) Was to petition home for convictism, f Now this, like the disease called pusyism Is not the thing that we ...

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THE STORY-TELLER. THE LOVERS TRAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 March 1868

THE S'TORY-TELLER. THE LOVERS TRAP. A few miles from shore, at' the mouth of the Bay of Bidport, on the .western coast of Devonshire, is situated a sinall rocky island, ; the resort of innumeraible wild fonl1, which in the holes and crevices of the higher crags, make their nesfs, and congregate in large numbers. On the eastern extremity of this island,, where it looks directly on the town of Bidport, the rock rises 'from the water like a perpen dicular wall, without a .crevice or projec tion by the aid of which even a monkey could ascend to the cliff or top of the pre cipice. Some four feet above low-water mark, however, the ascent expands into a perfectly flat table of granite, and about ten:yards long and six deep. So spa cious and convenient was this stone plat form' regarded by the sportsmen, who occasionally went out to shoot the sea mews, gulls, and gannets, which made' the rock their home, that, watching their. opportunity, the fowlers were in the habit of landing as soon as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 March 1868

Sheep for Cash. THE undersigned wishes fo purchase 200 good] sound ?ontg waoolid Ewes, .to lamb this year, having.beenput to long wooled rams. Cash.p ayment. Apply~ to, WI. AM LOGUE. Harvey River. Piujerrah, 12th March, 18.8,

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 March 1868

THAT the colony is in no humor to be'b entertained by the recriminations of c6i tendingEditors-thatthey willnot be con tent to go on with a mere existence, and that they are determined to shake offtheir present torpor, certain that. the changes proposed in the present moribund Go vernment, will if it brings no advantage inflict no injury, are evidences of a heal thier tone of public feeling. Our contemporary in his leader of this week, evidently not the production of its. acknowledged editor,. ignores what has hitherto been: a dmitted by him-thata changi would be beneficial, and thlien pro ceeds to draw from assumed premises conclusions without the slightest founda tion, favoring the position he wishes to establish, that no change whatever is re quired, that if the colonists are rash enough to ask for it they must pay heavily for the concession. Without encumbering°the question at: issue with lengthened extracts from ob solete acts andordinances, we shall confine our remarks to the ...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 March 1868

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, At.the present time when everything connec ted with the profitable utilizing of sheep must be of interest, the following extract may not' be unacceptable to many of your readers. Should wool fall much lower than present prices, the keeping of sheep. for wool growing would not pay, and sheep owners, would have.to turn them to.account in some other manner. As in all pro bability our runs would not put sufficient fat upon our sheep to make it profitable to boil them down for tallow, it might suit us better to convert them into preserved meat for which there is a good market in Europe : "Mr. R. Caldwell, stated at ameeting recently held that he ~iad organised at his own expense a meat preserving establishment, and that the result of his experience with seven or eight tons of meat enabled him to say that, by a pro cess already known 1,000 sheep per week could be boiled down and the meat preserved, leaving a balance of profit at the end of a year of 25,52...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE TUESDAY, 10th MARCH, 1868. Colonial Secretary's Ofice, Perth, 4th March, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 March 1868

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. TUESDAY, 10th MARCH, 1868. S Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, 4th March, 1868. It having been reported to His Excellency The Governor that persons employed in the col lection of manna gum are in the habit of cutting down the trees to enable them to collect the gum more easily, it is hereby notified for general inrormation, that from and after this date any person guilty of such practice will be prosecuted under the provisions of the Malicious Injuries. Act of 24 & 25 Victoria cap. 97, adopted by. Local Ordinance 21 Vict. No. 5. By His Excellency's command, FRED. P. BARLEE, ! •* Colonial Secretary.

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THE MURRAY, To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 March 1868

THE MURRAY, To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, When I saw your correspondent's signature, " A lover of Truth,', in your paper of the 29th ultimo, I thought he had detected me in some egregions blunder or falsehood ; but on reading his letter, I found myself happily deceived as he endorsed all I had written : instead therefore of signing himself what he did. it would have been more appropriate had lie affixed to his letter " Wounded Vanity," as the whole pith of his grievance when his leiter is read attentively is, that his name; or his friends did not appear amongst those I named as corn growers in this district, forgetting, that his or their names might have been implied in the expression one or two others. I did not confine myself to the names I mentioned as the only corn growers on the Murray, on the contrary, I mentioned, or as my letter implied, besides those named--others, and if your correspondent alludes to one of the seven named, as Mr. Cornish who had only four acres, perha...

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CLEARANCES AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE, FREMANTLE, DURING THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 March 1868

CLEARA?NCES AT THE CUSTOM H-OUSE, PREMANTLE, DURING THE. MONTH OF FEBrUARIY, 1868. Spirits,1,817 gallz ::::. .....: 1,090 4 0 Wine, 1.482 gallonis .. .: 148 4 0 Tobacco, manufactured, 5940 lbs ; 519' 15 0 Ditto, for sheepwash 291.1 . 36.9 3. Cigars. 100 lbs. ... ...... . .'..2 10 0 Beer, Perry, and Cyder, 11,110- gails8,g ::185 3 4.' Coffee, 19 cwt, ... ..... ..?... .. 8 0 Tea 8495 lbs, ..... ...... '. 70 15 10 Sugar, moist, 201 Cwt. ..:.. . ... 1:. 6 Ditto. refined and Cand.?l ?4... 2 16: 0 Advalorern Goods, :value £14 ,94 1::: 046 1 "'10 Free Goods, value 'E£243 s15s:,i ''- :: . ..: Sandal wood, expoits, 122. tons 30 1303 9. Guano ... .................... 1 6 Total amountof duty . £ 1

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THE "INCARNATION OF TOADYISM" (An Epigram.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 March 1868

THE "INCARNATION OF TOADYISM" (An Epigram.) England produced one famous toadyist. Called by Carlyle its incarnation.* We fear to number ours, for the long list Would show much deeper degradation. Boswellian stimulus caused one doctor there, To pierce too oft, with sharp envenom'd stings, How many of the reptiles have we here ? To make our doctor do such shabby things. Or is it ? that he uses these mean tools, To do the dirty work-tlie cunning elf, As pedants used the birch in the old schools, But sways and governs allthe work himself. JUSTITIA, (AN OLD COLONIST.) *Carlyle in his famous article on Bos well's book-calls that gentleman" the incarna tion of toadyism."

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Public Opinion. For the statement and opinions of our Correspondents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 March 1868

For the statement and opinions of.our Corres pondents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. To the Editor of The Herald. SIR,- . Every writer is liable to error, and in a place like this.where few writers -can have means of reference error is frequently excusable, but for persistent error and misrepresentation not even ignorance is an excuse. I am led to this remark by reading. the Editorial in the Inquirer of to-day. , .The writer of the leading articles in some few recent issues has been endeavauring to persuade -the Public mind that nothing but injury c'n accrue to the Colonyfrom any attempt to intro ducethe constitutiohal element into our Govern ment provided for by the Imperial statute, Vie. 5 & 6. cap. 76--twisting and turning with an audacious puerility but too plainly revealingthe mendacious servility of the author. In the earlier stages of the Reform agitation we were assured that none but a few reckless characters-men of no note or influence what ever-desired any ...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 March 1868

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, Will you allow me through your columns to draw attention to the condition of the Esplanade or Parade ground. I consider the state it is, and has been in for some time past, anything but creditable to the town. The Esplanade cost a considerable amount of money and labor to form, and surely it is worth keeping in order. At the time the Duke of Edinburgh was expected, something was done to improve its appearance, but since then it has been totally neglected and reminds one'by its untidy littered. look of avillage common-the re sort of geese; and children It is, or would be if in proper order, a pleasant spot to walk in, and on Thursday evenings when the Band performs every one not prevented by business or sickness finds his way down to en. joy the cool invigorating breeze, listen to the music, and feel the tread of the turf under his feet. More interest should I think be taken in the place, it should be properly enclosed by palings some trees planted a...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 March 1868

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR;- ; I feel it a duty to send you a few lines to assure you that the principles you so ably advo cate are approved of by the majority of the settlers in the Eastern districts, and as far as I can learn, I may say, throughout the colony. Everybody admits the necessity of a Tram way, or Railway into the Eastern districts, and unless something of the kind is at once con structed, ruinmust overtake us. We cannot grow wheat and other produce at anything like a profit :under present circumstances. The cost of sending any produce from- these districts to market renders it utterly impossible to carry on farming operations except on the most limited scale..- I am compelled this year to confine my self to growing just sufficient corn for my own use, because if I had a surplus I should have to dispose of if at a loss, and no man can be ex pected to carry on such a business as that. I have had to discharge several of my hands, old servants, who have given me ever...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 March 1868

gla1y of Ullaged Casks of Spirits &; Beer, -MESSRS. LIONEL SAMSON & SON, tWILL Sell as under by Auction at their Store, fCliff Street, Fremantle, on TUESDAY, 17th MARCH. 1868. .A&11 QOLOCK. ABOUT 15 Gallons RUM, and 10 of I BRANPYi by oider .Qf Official Assignte.. AL SO! ! A fey 1U aged iris. 3eern and emnpt' j~hds. Frxatentle; March 12, 1868. IMPORTANT SALE AT YORK. MR. T. BAILEY -as received instructions from JAMES ..BAi~aT!AM, Esq., and other Gentlemen, to sell by Public Auction, at the New Yoik IHotel, on SATURDAY, the 21sT day of MARCHi , 1468,.at 1lo'clock FROM 20 to :30 Pigs; some good Barrows agd Stores. From 15 to .29 HIQroses, all quiet; about. .5 geldings. From j1 to 20 beadQf4Cattle, Cows: in Calf and with Calf, anlmone young.Bull. 3 Ploughs; 7 or .8 fine (Goats; several *Sets fine Harness, brass mounted. -. About 5 tons ofHALy, good. A splendid Spider and a neaw Set of 'Harness, silyer mounted. ALSO,--: A great variety of wearig - apparel 1too nu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 March 1868

For Sale. S k- rpiHE s.nart little Schooner . 1_• c .LARENCE-PA0 CE2. I This- vessel has lately been i'tted. with new top-sides of Ma.iogaUy, and put in thorough repair, utider speclal survey. For terms apply to WILLIAM SPENCER, Bunbury; Or D. B. FRANOISO3, Fremantle. Fremantle, 3rd March, 1868. 21. 3. _ i r -i • . NOTICE. in' thly Sales by Auction at Geraldton, Champion Bay. T tHE undersigned beg to give notice . : to the Public of the Victoria Dis trict that they intend having an Auc tion at their Rooms, Geraldton, .Champion Bay, on the second Wednesday in every month. All parties wishing to dispose of Stock, Land, Runs, or articles of any description, will-please give notice at least one clear week before the sale, so that due publi city may be given. SCOTT & GALE, Auctioneers. Geraldton, Champion Bay, August 29th, 1867 NOTICE. : MR. THOS. BAILEY - . E G S to intimate that his Monthly. . BSales, will for the future take place at the New York Hotel, on the second Saturday ...

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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 March 1868

I .otice to torrespouttets. YORKITE.--We must apoligize for nbt'noticing your communication before. We put it by for consideration and it slipped our memory. We think enough has been said upon the subject and that no public good wouldresult from its publica tion. We will return it if you wish. FORDHAM.--Your communication refers only to a private grievance, and as such is inadmissable. Had the person illegallymade the appointment, or had the.person appointed been notoriously unfit for the situation it would have been differ ent. WE will make enquiries respecting the Jetty at the Irwin. MR. MIACKINTOSH.--ToO late for this week. CAnRY.-Declined with thanks. bSATURDAY, MARCH Ib4,.18. ':, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 168.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 March 1868

c5~bjfi3tltg_*untcITi~eirre. ARRIVALS. Mirch 6.-FLYING FoX, 36 tons, Cobb, from Champion Bay. Paissengcers-Mirs.- Kelly and family, Mr. Hall(,ivife and family. iCargo-326 bags wheat, 68 do. pollard, ibran, 'id sundries. Same day.--SwAN, 25 tons, Vincent; from the Irwin River. Passengers-nMr. HI. Pascoe and J. Sni'ith. Cargo-272 bags wheat. 9.-SEA SPRAY. 34, tons, H. O'Grady, from the Irwin River. Passenger-Mr. J. Waldeck. Cargo-350 sacks wheat. Same day.-MAUDE, 25 tons, T. 0'Grady, from' the Irwin. Cargo-252 sa(cks wheat. Same day.-MYSTERYm, 17 tons, Iedland, from Bunbury. Passengers-J. Ergcourt, wife and child, Mrs. May and 2 children, Messrs. Mor rissey,Kennedy, and F. L. Von Bibra. Cargo 42 barre s oil, 8¼ tons potatoes, 5 cwt. - onions, 2,000ft. timber, 24 bushels apples, 9 pair bar rows, and sundries. Same day.-FAITrr, 9 tons, Johnson, from Bun bury. Cargo-53 bags potatoes and sundries. 11I-HELENA, 15 tons, Johnston, master, from Bunbury and Vasse. Cargo-B5 loads timber, 30 bit...

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