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Dork Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 March 1867

Sort ~oIfhe court. (Before W. Cozoan, Es'., R. ?.K.) February 22.-An absconder, E. Clark, probation prisoner, while being marched into York from the Yangedine road party in charge of the prison constable, charged with some breach of discipline, took it into his head to bolt into the bush, and got fairly away. The police were soon on his track, and within a few hours he was arrested by P.iC. Hyde and lodged in the lock up. Sentence 6 months imnprisoment. February 26.-A choice of evils, IV. God frey, t.1. was charged with improper conduct towards a female servant living with the same employer as himself-R. D. Hardey, Esq. He was given his choice between being re turned to the Convict Establishment, or marrying the deceived one. He chose the bonds of matrimony. Joseph Haling, drunk and disorderly. Fined 10s. February 27.-John Box, (expiree) drunk. Fined 7s. 6d. T. Pitchford, and Jonathan Bowran, t.ls. stealing a tumbler value 8d. the property of Mr. S. Craig. It appeared from the evide...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WAGES IN GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 March 1867

WAGES IN GREAT BRITAIN. We observed in an English journalthat MIr. Bass, M3. P. the eminent Brewer at Burton :?i Trent, had instituted enquires, the result of which gave as a total ll millions for the namount of labour wages, though a considerabli b-gher than that of professor Leone Levy whose interesting report we present to our Xeaders,:- "Levi's interesting report upon the earnings of the working classes of Great Britain.. We have there explained the principles upon which the calculation was based, and the Pro fessor's estimate, the number of the "working classes," namely 10,697,000. for England, Ireland, and Scotland. In our present article we give the estimated wages, and the distribu tion of labor over the difrernt departments of industry. The average earnings are thus calculated by Mr. Levi: Ages.. England. Scotland. Ireland. s. d. s.d. s.d. Males, 20 to 60 ... 22 6 20 6 14 4 " under 20 ... 6 6 7 8 6 3 Females, 20 to 60 ... 12 6 10 6 9 9 " under 20 .., 8 6 8 2 7 4 16 2 14 10 ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 March 1867

PRUSSIA. On looking at the map of Germany as it existed a century ago, we remark in its north-west angle a state of limited dimensions, and still more limited popu lation in proportion to its extent, of no importance, without even a seaport, and dependent for its supply of all the luxu ries, and most of the necessaries of life, upon the sufferance of more powerful neighbours. That was the Electorate of Brandenburg. We find her now, after a succession of exhaustive contests, varied by alternate successes and reverses, at one time opposed, single-handed, to the whole strength of Austria, Russia, and often to that of the German Confederacy, always adding to her original territory, at length making an appearance on the M\ap of Europe. Physically equal, and morally superior to her Austrian rival; once only succumbing to a foreign foe; vanquished at Jena, and subjugated to the military tyraliny of :the First Napoleon, she emancipated herself from from his iron yoke, entered his capital, s...

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THE FENIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 March 1867

• THE FENIANS. The Saturday Review remarks that, the bulk of the peasantry throughout two-thirds of the countryare eitherentirely disaffected to the English Government, or so little well affected that they will not raise a hand in its defence; the small farmers, not ill-affected indeed, but so terror-stricken that, were the rebellion in the ascendant for two days, they would be cowed into joining its ranks; the operatives more hostile and more defiant: the class of small tradesmen sullen and dis contented; and the youth of a more educated class so bitter or so desperate as to reckon among the fair prospects of life the opportu nities of advancement which might be afforded by a successful revolution-these are all pregnant elements of insurrection. The preparations known to be going on in Ireland, the language held by the Fenians in America, the importations of arms, and the words and looks of the peasantry in the South, all indicate an intensity of purpose which requires only opportu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 March 1867

?fE naudersigned having now com Sp;oleted their new Granary BTailding at Yrk~, are prepared to receive any quantity of grains and request their cus toanera to deliver Wheat, Barley, and ~ats as soon as possible. J . . MONGER, JuN. & Co. Tyrk, ?,th Feb., 1867. C. REICHBERG, WORKITNG DENTIST & JEWELLER, HIayStreet, Perth. OPPOS~STE BT. eEO~GE'S CBATEDAL. Artiicial Minera! Teeth Biugle and in whole sets, made and fitted with gold or platina plates, or with vul canite, and guaranteed to wear well and massticate with quite comfortably. AL8 O, ARTIFICIAL GUMS Wid. Teeth, in cases whenthe guns!Ime been lost. ALSO,, JJEWELLE4EY ef ewtery deser~plion strwit reeisus'stneus i the Ibest .ai I"CR adbt~mas, Amedie eao-s, Wliut .R. 1breethhing, &e,, no pen can des ailb illhe w o ffras ahave bseen per AfErmeB bi ttibis iiwvaluiabe medicine~., ~eipaed Jby Thomas ]Powelralt, I his Lakaratory-, No. ma, N le Th oeekfriaad' aru, liadog, (neaZr the badige, and sodldby all chemaist...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 March 1867

I tJ is naot without a considerable etkrt ttiat~ we can3 omumand ourselves s~ufi tently to omment with calmness upon a paper which appeared in last week's zaRd The contribu~tion referred to was sated from Perth, and sent us by a man cal~ig himself ,MAIRTIN LINVD SAY; and, although it was toa cer'tain extent an anonymous communication, ilt was inserted in the belief that it woulrd :aord some htamless amusement to many of our readers. As a general rule, such missives are very properly unnoticed; b, for tlhe reason just stated, we took This, without due caution, for what it was worlth, lit;le dreaming that, in the guise of a few Sightly verses, a sentiment was couched that stamps with infamy its author. The han?writing of the letter is good, 'though evidently disguised; and we should say, if speaking on oath, that, to fhe? est of our belief, it was traced by a hand ~trained in alawyer's, or some pub ij o?ee. The verses are written by a femal, and f.the characters are as well farmed as ...

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WEST AUSTRALIAN CHURCH OF ENGLAND MAGAZINE FOR MARCH [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 March 1867

WEST AUSTRALIAN CHURCH OF ENGLAND MAGAZINE FOR MARCH It maybe taken as a fact—a startling and a painful one—that the whole of our agricultural laborers are without religious teaching of any kind. Many of them are married, and have families growing up without any knowledge of Christianity or its duties. It is no exaggeration to say that numbers of children may be found in the country district, who know no more of the Bible and its teachings, than the poor colliery boy, who being asked, if he had ever heard of the Saviour, replied :—"No; he never worked in our mine." Developed into men, without moral principles to restrain and control them, what is to prevent their indulging in the promptings of the worst passions of their nature ?—what save   them from falling victims to the first temptation to crime that presents itself ? To the christian and philanthropist, this question is of peculiar interest and impor- tance, as involving the eternal and temp- oral happiness of thei...

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BRIGHAM YOUNGS LAST ADDRESS [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 March 1867

BRIGHAM YOUNGS LAST ADDRESS The last time I was in the city of Lowel   there were 140 more females than males. They live and die in a single state and are forgotten. Have they filled the measure of their creation and accomplished the designs of Heaven in bringing them on earth? No they have not; two thousand God fearing men   should go there, and take to themselves seven   wifes apiece! it is written in the Bible, and in that day seven women shall lay hold of one man, saying we will eat our own bread and wear our own apparel, only let us be called by thy name to take away our reproach. The Government of the United States do not intend that that prophecy should be fulfilled, and the Lord Almighty means that it shall. Do you not think that the Lord will conquer ?   I think he will, and we are helping him, it is the decree of the Almighty that seven women shall take hold of one man take counsel and be advised by him, to spin their own...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 March 1867

MR. T. BAILEY AUCTIONEER, House Estate and     Agent, York.     Rents and debts collected on the most reasonable terms. MR. T. BAILEY takes this oppor- tunity of thanking the public for the patronage he has received, and trusts by   attention to business,punctuality and   accuracy, to merit a continuance. YORK.   MONTHLY SALE MR. THOMAS BAILEY begs to inform the settlers of the York District, that he will hold a Sale by Public Auction on the York Fair Ground on the second Saturday in each month, at   12 o'clock, sharp.   All parties wishing to dispose of stock or any other description of property, are requested to give early notice of the same.   Auction & General Agency Office, York, 27th February, 1867.   FLOUR! FLOUR! FINE Silk dressed Adelaide Flour,   do., second quality, Bran, and Pollard on sale at very reduced pri...

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CHIPS BY A SANDALWOOD CUTTER. THE UNSUCCESSFUL SETTLER [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 March 1867

CHIPS BY A SANDALWOOD CUTTER. THE UNSUCCESSFUL SETTLER. I've had to bear a great deal in my time: enough to teach any one the virtue of patience; and I fancy I am patient I've lived next door to a family, as was gifted with a taste for music, and was hammerin', or blowin', or scrapin', on some kind ofinstrument from mornin' till night; or, if they wasn't splittin' your head with these noises, they was squealin' airs from the opperys. It was a great happiness when the influenza was about. I've lived in the same house with twin infants that was troubled with wind, as their mother told me, and who kept up an everlastin' soream night and day, besides the "'shling," and conti nually a trapessing over my head. A feller as lived opposite, offered to ,buy one of the babies as a whistle for a loeo motive, but the mother wouldn't sell it,. the' it nearly killed her keeping her up ofnights. I've had myfood cookedby a woman as took snufE, and rye lodged under a railway arch, and been startled o...

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Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 March 1867

@ippiug *nteliUgence . ARRIVALS. fMarch 5-LASS OF GERALDTON, 38 tons, O'Grady, master, from Bunbury. Cargo -sundries. 6.-ARABIAN, 25 tons, John O'Grady, master, fromn Bunbury and Vasse, Cargo-sundri~s. DEPARTURES. Mrch 2.--MYSTERY, 17 tonq, Johastos ,   ma.r 'r, for Chawpion Bay. Passengers Mr Barrz and three Qthers. Cargo-raun.draes. Same day,--FAVORITE, 48 tions, rikey, master for Champion B.ay. Cabin passengers-ME, Allender and 3 others. Cargc,-undries. Same day.-LES TROIS AMIS, 44 tons, Gre o master, for Irwin and Cha:mion Bay. Passe ger-Mr. G. Green. Carge-sundries. Same day.-ALBER T, 9.41 teo O'Grady, Master, for Champion Bay. Ottgo-su~ drie&. 5.-MAUD, 25 ton% T. OzdcVy, ma~ster, or the Irwin River. Ca --sundries. 6.-WILD WAVE, 38 tons ,Pettit, ma?ster, for B3unbury and Vmrs. 1Passengers-Mrs. Glasson and A. Fletcher, Cargo-sunidries. 8-LASS OF GERALDTON, 38 tons, O'Grady, master, for Cha'mpio Bfay. Passenger--iss A. Sainsbary. Cargo--sundri;es. IN HARBOR. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 March 1867

FO:::IOR ADELAIDE DIRECT. TpHE BRIG EI£ZA CORRY, 1. A 1 for 12 years, 216 tons :.ir-cLen, H. R. Marsh, master, will sail Sfor the above port, positively the end of ., ext week. .For passage apply to, CAPTAIN MARSH, Or MESSRS. T. H. CARTER, & Co. Fremantle, March 16, 1866. MR. SAMSON, (GOVERN.MENT AUCTIONEER,) ..HAs REGEIVED INSTRUOTIONS TO SELL S .AT THE. COMMISSARsIAT .MAGAZINES, * FREMANTLE, ON THURSDAY, TE 21St INSTANT, 561 Pewter Plates, (New,) 12 Swords and Scabbards. S Fremantle, 15th March, 1867. ALSO, S . TO FOLLOW THE ABOVE SAE, He will offer at his * STORES, CLIFF STREET, ABOUT 20 BARRELS PRIME PORK, .A FEW HHDS. OF DAWSON'S ALE, 100 CASKS, MORE OR LESS, OF MARZETTI'S ALE, :&o., &"c. . . . ...- . . . .. . S He has also received instructions TO SELL WITHOUT ANY RESERVE · WHATEVER, "Negrohead Tobacco in Half Tierces. SSwiss Gigars in 12 lb. Boxes. Fremantle, 12th March, 1867. WANTED, B Y a Free Man, a situation as Baker . or general Servant. Five year...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 March 1867

YORK.. MONTHLY SALE. . R. THOMAS BAILEY begs to 1 . inform the settlers of the York District, that he will hold a Sale by Public Auction on the York Fair Ground on the second Saturday in each month, at 12 o'clock, sharp. All parties wishing to dispose of stock or any other description of property, are requested to give early notice of the same. Auction & General Agency Office,; :York, 27th February,.1867. MR. T. BAILEY, A UCTIONEER, House and Estate l- Agent, York. Rents and debts collected on the most reasonable terms. MR. T. BAILEY takes this oppor tunity of thanking the public for the patronage he has received, and trusts by attention to business, punctuality and accuracy, to merit a continuance. J. S. JOHNSTON, Wheelwright and Carpenter, [I EGS to inform the inhabitants of the I)District and colony at large, that he is prepared to execute orders for Waggons, Drays, Carts, Traps, &c., in a first-rate manner, having erected ex tensive premises, including a Smith's:...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 March 1867

TO CORRESPONDENTS. FAIPrraY has"been'received ;-and,"if the writer will Mfavor us with-his 'nahe and address, it wrill be inserted. We take this opportunity to notify to the public, that, whilst our columns are always open, to correspondents, no communication can be inserted unless it be accompanied by a bonafidd signature. THE HERALD starts'on inde pendent principles. Its chief object will be the extension of our commercial relations at home andfabroad. The] development of our natural and industrial :re sources, and the diffusion of as much practical,· instructive, and amusing information as its limits will permit. wr..- rm . Its columns will bed :open to all correspondents on the usual terms land cnitinproxieihesubk ject matter of the correspondence contains nothing offensive to good morals or good taste. It will advocate no system, represent no class or party, but faithfully place before its readers every shadeof public opinion on passing events, and questions of general and loca...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 March 1867

ARRIVALS. March 11.-SwAN, 25 tons, fIanam, master, from the Irwin River. Cargo-sundries. Same day.--FLYTiN FoA.. 36 tons, Cobb miaster, from Champion 'Bay. Passensers Messrs. Brand, Green, and Kirby. Cargo sundries. Same day.-CLARENCE PACKET. 48 tons Eng lish, master from Bunbury. Passengers Mrs. Teede, Mrs. English and child, Miss Hayes and two others.-Cargo sundries. FAVORITE, 48 tons, Lakey master from Champion Bay. Passengers-Mrs. Lawrence, Mrs. Burns,'Miss Gray; also, Messrs. J. Man ning, Cook, Gray, Semple, and Waldeck, Cargo-sundries. 14.--MAUDF,, 26 tons, T.O'Grady, master from the Trvin. Passenger--W. Canney. Cargo sundries. 15th.-SEA SPRAY, Hedland, master, from. Sharks Bay. Cargo--guano. DEPARTURES. 12.-CLARENCE PACKET, 48 tons, English, master, for Champion Bay.-Passengers-M-rs. Phelps and child, Jane Hepburn, Ellen and Margaret Lubin, Cargo-sundries. Same day.-FLYING FOAI, 34 tons, Cobb, mas ter, for Champion Bay. Passengers-John and Mrs. Campbell. Cargo-sundries. 14.--...

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TEA. (London Review.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 March 1867

TEA. . (London Review.) THIs famous beverage, was severely abused for long afterits first appearance in this country. Its ,use is described in 1678 as a "base un worthy Indian custom." In 1746 a physician wrote that as H-ipprocrates spared no pains to root out the Athenian plague, so he had him self used his utmost endeavors "to destroy the raging epidemical madness of importing tea into Europe from China." And a few years earlier the Grub-street journal attacked it with considerable violence, declaring that even "were. it entirely wholesome as balsam or mint, it were yet mischief enough to have a whole population used to sip warm water in an effeminate mincing manner once or twice every day." Under the influence of this abominable liquor the same writer declares that "women become barren; or, if they breed, their blood is made so poor that they have not strength to suckle." Jonas Hanway wrote a treatise against tea in Dr. Johnson's time, 'and that vast consumer took up the cudgels ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 March 1867

WE last week placed before our readers the circumstances which led to the unin tentional publication of a copy of verses sent us from Perth. It was an explanation, we felt to be due to the Public; not only as an apology from us, for the insult implied; but, also, as the best means of defence we could offer. It is not our intention to make this subject a theme from week to week ; but, before dismissing it from these pages for ever, we cannot help expressing our sense of gratitude to that Public, for its generous forbearance towards us, while we were staggering under a blow that was meant to crush us. This Journal has met, and sustained, a shook, in the fifth week of its existence, that must have annihilated any paper in which the endeavours to please were less evident; or, where a Public had been less lenient. The amount of sympathy towards us, elicited by this nefarious transaction, has been as gratifying as it was unexpected; and, while it proves to us the appreciation of our humbl...

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RECOLLECTIONS OF THE REFORM DEBATE. THE DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 March 1867

* RECOLLECTIONS OF ..THE: REFORM DEBATE.: TIHE DIVISION. ' BY THE COSTERMONGER... All things was karm in natur and all things was runnin their usual korse-the suin was slowly sinkin in the vest, and Signur Whatkini was rapidly risin to sing the Death of Nelson at the Pig and Pine Appel in the east-the eaters of fride fish was gettin reddy to consoom the midniteile, and Collyflour-alley had jest gone out to take its evenin hym, ven a barrer mite ha bin twigged rapidly virlin round the corner o Pallis-yard in the direkshun o Vestminster 'All. The proud korser as formed the motif power was a thing of light gray, not easy to be forgotten. His hazel I beained with a mild love for beans and the British Constitootion, and there was summat iu the 'orty curl of his tail vich vindicated anything but sugar sticks to them as should try to deliver the fair inheritance of his father's to the claws of an unedikated demokrisy; his ears, bein pinted forward, was naturally seen by the thousands assem...

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Public Opinion. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 March 1867

For the statements and opinions of our Corres Spondents,. we do:not hold ourselves rdsponsibe. (To the Editor of" The Herald'") SIR, The Correspondent of the Inquirer gives the public an account of his Annual Visit to the Greenough Flats. I think his:dear Ma might give him a little more indulgence than a visit once in 12 months, so that he might learn that we are not living in the times of Mono polies. Should his Ma want a yard of calico or a bit of tape to make her pet a ..pinafore she would go to the cheapest store like a sensible woman, why not a Merchant to the cheapest market.for his goods, if there is an opening to import Flour from S. A. or any other place is it not.his bussness to do so, when the differ ence in the price isoften 100 peir cent. ? The annual visitoi had better go to school and learn the benefit of free trade. I am sure he wants it. Is not the Merchant at liberty to do whLat he pleases with his own? As withthe wheat gro.wer, is he not guided by the state of the...

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CHIPS BY A SANDALWOOD CUTTER. GETTIN' INTO DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 March 1867

CHIPS BY A SANDALWOOD "-:' ;.. -? CUTTER. G.::. : ETTIN' INTO DEBT. ·:~-~h~:" .rr · :'- · · o · ," . ·. , :'QGin"- for thirty guineas,! Only :th4y guineas bid for this han'sum, bran new buggy-worth fifty, gentlemen-was 1tuiltfor'the' Governor-General of India, andeonly, rejected because the cush'ons )as?.green instead of blue-and only tufrty guineas offered." Some one nods to:-the man standin' on a tub who's sel?in' the: things, and he bawls out, " Thirty-five - thirty-five guineas-any adv&iice on thirty-five guineas.? Goin' at thirty-five !-rap goes the hammer, and .:stoopin' to his clerk, he says: "Mr. Saupht Head-Thirty-five guineas." The bait took thinks I. That man knws a thing or two, and if ever I've a s~ale: ;Ill employ him. ":What's the terms ?" I asks of a chap standin' by me. " Over twenty, six months," he says. " I' thought so," I replies, " beeu cash he wouldn't a-rose the other five pounds," and I walked off musin' on the subject of givin' Bills, and gettin' in...

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