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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 March 1868

( 0iMMI.SSARIAT . •r|?ENDERS (in duplicate) will be re i eived at the Commissariat Office, 'Fremt:oe. till NOON of TUESDAY, thbe 24th Iisetau~t, for the supply of the Sfolwing articles o'ia: Line C ',d Widobw Blind-Yards---144. Nails BatttenEwbank 2jin-pounds--448. Paint Odihre Yellow (dry)--------112. " Umber (in Oil) -. "- 112. 20feet---No.- '6. Oars Ash 8 - --- 1 - 12. 16 - 12. \ 14 Ia - " 8. '::To be delivered into the Commissariat Magazines, within three days from date if acceptance of Tender, aud subject to approval on delivery. E. W. EICHBAUM, S Assistant Commissary General1 Commissariat, Fremantle, W.A., ) 21st March, 1868. ( * THE National Bank of Australasiia ANNUAL _ALANCE. rIHE Branches of this Bank at PERTH Sand FREMANTLE will be closed to.the Public on WVEDNESDAY, the lst APRIL NEXT, for the purposes of the Annual Balance. SDrafts on London and the Colonies will be issued as usual for the outgoing Mail, ?but not later than TUESDAY, the 31st Instant. .. JOHN F. L.AW, SM...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 March 1868

:For Sale. v riHE smart little Schooner - Ji CLARENCE PA CUIET.: ': l This vessel has lately, been .itted with new top-sides of Mahogany, and put in thorough :repair, inder special survey. - For terms apply to . - WILLIAM SPENCER, :Bunbury; Or D. B. FRANCISCO, Fremantle. Fremantle, 3rd March, 1868. 21. 3. - NOTICE. Monthly Sales by Auction at ";Geraldton, Champion Bay. T'HE 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 miofith. :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. S- SCOTT & GALE, . . . Auctioneer.i . -~;-5:tig-?st'29thl,--- 1867 > ?'::" . ' THOS. :BAILEY i B [?: ?:I.-S to intimate that - his -Monthly - Sales, will for the future take place ait"the'New York Hotel, oh the second Saturday in...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 March 1868

W7 have bgen requested privately by friends, and publicly by correspondents to explain how it is that the present -Legis lative Council is unable to raise money for public works. In our issue of the 1st. February we quoted from the Perth Gazette 25th Aug., 1865. During the same, sittings Mr. Hardy proposed a loan to construct cer tain public works under consideration, when GoVernor Hampton complained, " that the Honmorable Anember was quite out of order, for thatit it was not competent under onr form of Gvvernment to borrow money as tax paye6rs are.not 'represented." * The main principle of the British Coi stitution is .t the people cannot be taxed unless represented. The Crown can, in the caseof newly founded colonies raisea. revenuefor carry ing on the .Gdvernment and the payment of the public servants, but the Governor caninot come to the Legislative Council and.say, ":.Lagree with you that it would benefit the Colony to. raise money to con-" struct a breakwater,, or lay down a t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 March 1868

Ab,43ipp (lg *ntelld ttitc. ARRIVALS. March 15.-Came to anchor in Gage's Roads, SEA NYLlPn, Captain Shaw,'-from Mauritius, with sugar. Has been put in qua:Lrantine. 16.-DovLAss,' 330 tons, Captain Hacking, from Melbourrle. Passengers - Cabin - Mr. and Mrs, Airey, Miss Arnot, Mr. Morrison, Mr. Goulstone; and Messrs; Solomnon, (2). Steerage-Mr. and Mrs. Evans, John Cook, Charles Webber, and W. Hokin, Cargo--10 kegs nails, Carter and Co,; 12 barrels coffee, 64 boxes soap, order; 6 cases, J. H. Monger; 53 pieces.timber, WV. D. Moore; 1 case, J. A. Cumming ; 190 boxes soap, 51 pkgs. tobacco, 4 cases cigars, 10 casese champagne, and 5 cases hats, L. Samson; 1 case Rosenberg; 14 cases, 25 drums, I hogshead. 30 hogsheads beer, 9 qr.-casks wine, 1 case cigars, 10 cases oil, 12 do. beef, 1 machine, 2 cases, 3 pkgs. tobacco, 8 bags coffee, 5 cases biscuits, 1 box snuff, I case raisins, 25 cases tobacco, and 5 pkgs. Solomon and Nephews ; 2 casks molasses, BRickley & Co. 18th.--TWINKLING...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 March 1868

ST. GEORGEJS TERRACE PERTH, TNVITES the Inhabitants of the City and the attention of the Colonists generally, to s immense and varied assortments of. --ana lchwl bedisposedofat the lwest remunraive rices. thing & Drapery Department. :-: ST. h'sanGEO TERRA wEdd PR;-,: - en' Dt-.anD ioth's Cancy a e oe Cotton, Mole, and Bedford Cord .. Tii?.sers; Black Cloth, -White- and Faney TMaricellat ests,;: Black Alpaca COoats, . ricketing Flannel, Fancy Tweeds, Russel Cord, Plain and Printed Mole, Swan SSkit, Crimean and Florentine Shirts, Elastic and LeathIer Belts, ..Hosiery, Silk Neck .: 'tis, Machine Stitched Handkerchiefs, Linen and Paper Collars, Fancy Jackets, :..Pelisses, Baregh Shawls, Dress Caps, Cashmere Hoods, Green, Blue and Brown Gossamer, Infant's Hats, Fancy Dresses, Gloves, .Plain Lustres, Challies, Black . :Glace, Muslins, Cambrics, Hoyle's Prints, Long: Cloth, Sheeting, Shirting;.. White :. and Grey Calicoes; Ladies' Leghorn, Tuscan, and Trimmed Hats,; Ribbons, Fea -....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THEATRE COMIQUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 March 1868

THEATRE COMIQUE. It is not often that we have to notice AMUSE, MENTS in our columns. The colony is singularly free from any, and everything of the kind. One might almost fancy from the absence of Thea tres, Concert Rooms, &c., that we were a cornm munity of.Quakers or Puritans:: We have often heard it remarked, and there isa great dealof truth in the observation, that the great dearth of everything in the shape of amusement has much to do with so many individuals leaving the Col: ony. People must have recreation. Amuse ment is as necessary to man's existence as fire or food, and it is impossible to induce.all classes to be satisfied with the amusements affordedat a Mechanics' Institute ora T'ea Meeting. Some timesince our dixllnes was enlivened and our faces puckered into wrinkles ;ith laughter at the clever.i personations of G e Egerton Mrs.:Geo. Case. Since then we:have been coin pelled to.content ourselves with what we could catch and but for the exertions of the Perth Am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 March 1868

HoLLowAY's PuILLs.-Dismiss your, doubts. Let no one be longer oppressed with the notion that his malady is incurable till these purifying: Pills have had a fair trial. When ordinary pr_-. parations have failed, these Pills have been used: withl the most niarked success. A course of-this; adniirable medicine clears the blood from all impurities and improves its: quality.: The whole system is thus benefitted through the] usual channels, without reduction of strength, shock to the nerves, or any other inconvenience i; in fact, health is renewed by natural means, For curing diseases o± the thiroat, windpipe, and'. chest,'these Pills have pre-eminently established, a world-wide fame, and in complaints of the stamach, liver, and kidneys, they .are equally efficacious. New Building for the Sister? ojf Mercy, Perth. T E N DE R S for the undermentionedi . . Work and Materials (require-d or: the above purpose) will be received .by the undersigned at the Catholic Episcopal Residence until 4 p....

Publication Title: Herald, The
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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 March 1868

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR,- .Observing that in the version given by the Victorian Plains C.ozrespondent of the Perth Garitte in its issue of the 28th ultimo, of the melancholly occurrence which took place a few weeks back or, as he expresses it, the" Water les' Sand plains 20 miles from Dundaragan," the circumstances of the case are somewhat mis s tated, and though perhaps inadvertently, and if not by direct assertioni yet certainly by imnpli cation, calculated to cohvey a wrong impression, I am induced to request that you will afford me a little space in your next for the purpose of torrecting any misconception that may pe:haps have arisen, acid which the general tone of his statement has undoubtedly a teudency to create. Sensational writing may be well enough in its place; but is wholly out of place in the sober columns of a Newspaper ; and it is to be regret ted that persons corresponding with the Press, are not more guarded in the communications they make intended for pub...

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INTERCOLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 March 1868

INTERCOLONIAL. SoUTei AusTanAIA.-The Death of Sir Domi inick Daly,. the Governor of South Australia is the principal feature in the news from this colony. Sir Dominick is the first Governoi Who has died in officein the colony. His death has ca~xsed a feeling of universal sorrow, and the whole population have mourned his l'oss.: He was much beloved by'-the colonists, and the newspapers teem with touching tributes to his memory. He died on the 19th Feb. at 2 p.m. He had not suffered from any organic disease, but-from a complaint knowh among the faculty as anemia-the absence of red blood in the system. - Sir Dominick assumed thie Government of the colony of Sduth Australia in 1!862, and had recently received a dispatch from the Duke of Buckingham, stating that the Home Govern ment had no wish to remove him unles he hini self should desire to be believed. The prejudice entertained against him on his first arrival in the colony on account of his religious belief, had been entirely remove...

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THE STORY-TELLER. THE LOVER'S TRAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 March 1868

THE STORY-TELLER. ~: IHE LVER'$s TRAP.· · ;:.? e'ai~c ng fool! cried, he !"'-idiot iitter islf-reproach, as he rose and ,itri edto steady himself on the now hidden :ledge;,'" to leave my boat unsecured, and Strust: myself on this treacherous rock! The tide is fast making, and the high aivitei line is yonider, far above my head. Oh, to perish thus! No boat in sight, .'no help, nb hope, and night fast closing i?h--this is horrible !'" he groaned aloud, as~t the next wave nearly dragged him from his insecure footing.. "There must? be some means of escape by the cliff; it :is my only chance; but oh, how slight !" .he muttered, as he darted his eye up the perpendicular surface of the towering 'rock. ·WVith his face to the sheer wall he moired inch by inch across the ledge, gr6ping with desparing fingers to find a crevice-the merest crack-in which it would be possible to insert a nailor effect a hold, but all in vain; a lizard could scarce have scaled so smooth and perpen dicilar a precip...

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SWEDENBORG'S RELIGIOUS MADNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 March 1868

SWEDEN?BORGi'S RELIGIOUS. MADNESS.. In.1858 a.small volum-e was. offered for sale to the Royail Libraryat Stockholm.. It, pro ved to be a, diary lkept by Swedenborg.between, 1743 and 1744, and the extracts cited by Mr. White show that he passed through, well known stages of religious madness. A. sense of desolation was experienced, though in a mild form; but soon, he says, "all was heavenly, clear at the time, but. inexplicable now, In one word, I was in heaven, and heard speech, that no tongue can utter, nor. the glory and, innermost delight whichl followedthim seppeh." He next believed that Jesus Christ appeared to him in person. .and in the whole of his subsequent life he believedh himself to be!a divinely chosen inst~ument fotr M conveying -religious truth' to minan:" As ,a curious instance-of his mode o*o interpreting his visions, wOe.find this entry:: " l Di0 Morsu8 appeared to be courting: a handsome girl, and she allowed him t~o do with heY what he liked. LIjoked-with her be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 March 1868

HoLirOwAYs OUINTIMENT AND I' ILLS.? '-RPIDrk able recovery.-Mothers aind nurses should .read the testimonials to the dtiicacy .of Holowaiy's remedies: in --i subduing scarlatina, diptheria, lironchitis, and those inflammntory complaints which are now cominitting such havoc both amingst children and adults. A wife writes : "I had only:rubbed your Ointment on the thrbat two days, in a -case of bronchitis, when my hus band improved in a most remarkable manner, and in less than a week was quite well." Such testimon`y should be known to persons liable to throat .affections, and all. families genierally. The worst ulcers, sores, and wounds become clean, and soon grow up, under- the application: of Holloway's Ointment,-whichi always prevents the spread of inflammation-and unhealty action. E~ F. DUFFIELD, SABInET Ia AlERA01, ::Market Street; Fremantle. ; EGS to inform the inhabitants of iL: .:Fremantle and the country at large, t:hat h(e has commenced business for him self, and hopes by str...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
YORK MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 March 1868

YORK MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. On Friday evening last, the 6th inst.; a Meet ing was held in the "Hall of the Institute," W. Cowan, Esq., R. M., in the chair. The worthy Gentleman opened the proceed ings by reading a requisition numerously signed by the inhiabitants of York, requesting him to call a Meeting in order to make an effort to wards the formation of a "Mechanic's Insti tute." He expressed himself deeply interested in the matter, and urged upon all the great imn portance of the work just about to be taken in hand, and concluded by suggesting that the business of the eveiing be at once commenced, upon which the following proposals were made and unanimously carried : lst.-W. W. Hoops, Esq., proposed, and Mr. R. Gallop, Jun., seconded :-" That a "Mechanic's Institute" be at once formed and carried out according to the rules adopted by the "Perth Mechanic's Institute" in 1864." The Chairman then read the rules alluded to remarking that in his opinion the Institute could not possibl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FREMANTLE RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 March 1868

FJREMANTLE RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. Beef prime o'joints 5d. per b. inferior 3d. to 4d. " Mutton prlniejoints 5f " Inferior 4d. " Ham ls. 9d. " Bacon ls. 6d. to Is. 9d. " : Pork 8d. to 10d. " Fowls .5s. to 6s. per pair j3utter fresh noiie • salt 1s. 8d, per lb. Potatoes' -i.d, " heac?es oS4 per dog. Eggs is. 6d. to 2s. per doz. Bread. per pint Bread 4i10. pe21b. !odf Firewiood - 10s. p0er cord,

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THE PROGRESS OF A GREAT FACT. ALL OPPOSITION VANQUISHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 March 1868

THE PROGRESS OF A GREAT FACT. ALL OPPOSITION ":ANQUISHED. Plunge a stone into the middle of a lake, and from the point where it falls ripples will spread in ever-widening rings, until they reach at last every portion of its margin.. So it is with a great discovery or invention ; wherever it may be ushered to the light, its fame -is certain in the-end to fill the world. <-.This has been strik ingly illusfrated in.the progress of Professor Iolloway's invaluable remedies. Twenty years ago they were first announced in London; now they are the standard medicines of 'both hem ispheres. Such' is the resistless, far-circling sweep of a grand utilitarian discovery, when applied to the highest philanthropic purposes, and aided by the motive power of the Press. What ,are the greatest military achievements compared with those of Thomas Holloway ? If it be true that the man who:causes two blades of grass to grow .where but- one previously grew ; what shall be said of him who cures ten...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. THE LOVER'S TRAP. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 March 1868

THE STORY-TELLERj. THE LOVER'S TRA'P. C(HAPTER II. O-.On leaving Walt~er Tuson Sir Philip Tracy took the way to his tefipcr?r'iy lod~ghgs at the iinn, and there,'nnde r tih potency of a few glasses of his own Maderia, the host recounted to his guest the whole history of (the late preven~ive officer and his family, at 'least as fa;r as he knew their history himself, the re ?sult of all being that while liviig the captai?had borne the reputation of an hon6urable and upright gentleman, and that his widow and daughter hadi always deserved the respect anrid admira tion of everybody in the town, honest Wat Tuson, the watch-dog, as he was called, being regarded as the humble compauiibn and frie.hd of the famiily. The visit paid by the baronet to the widow's cottage on .the following day was found so mutually agreeable, that it was protracted till a somewhat late hour; and when at length Sir Philip took his leav it was only to accept an invitation for the next evening and.the next, the rese...

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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 March 1868

Otitrt to $trrepnfiienttb . LIErS TO I\TNxIE On her 5th Birthday shallappear in our next: H. GRAY's COMMUNIC?TIOxS tOO 1~te for this week : SieSATURDAY, MAR28, 1868. "?sATURCDAY, MA.RCH.'28; 1868.

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THE SAICRETS O' DOUBLE MANIN' BY BARNEY O' KEEFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 March 1868

THE SAICRETS 0' DOUBL MANIN' BY BARNEY O ' KEEFE. , M'ISTHER HERALD, Whin I wrote to you last, I was only it?s a' 1sthranger'in the Say Port, an' av coorse was'nt: able to pick the rael-manin' out o' :tiiigs- iii gineral, biut happenin' to fall in wid Mr. 0" Finn, an' bein that he's a grate scholar intirely for his father kep an illegant Hedge school in Ireland's Eye an' himself bein' a wondherful fillosafer an' lamed in the sivin sciences, from Multiplication to the Rule o' three, he insinsed me into the saicrets o' the counthry 'till I'm beginnin' to blieve it's not so bad as I thought it was a:fther all. Well, one evenin' we wor down at the South Jetty an' seein' I was .low, in sperrits an' thinkid' o'-soniethin' beyant the common, he sez to me, " Barney" sez he-are "you contimplatim' th' invisible beauties o' the shippin'." BedadI am my Jewel, an' the best manes o' gettin' back again to ould Ireland. sez I. " In throth thin Barney that same is a sthrong wakeness wid more than ye...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 March 1868

THE York Agricultural Society metonWed nesday, for the purpose of organizing an exploration partyto follow up the country traversed by the late lamented Mlr. Hunt. In his second expedition he had exten ded a previous exploration in a direction East by South nearly 240 miles, to a point, from which if conditions favor, the newly discovered district of Eucla can be reached, and its capability for carrying sheep tested by men of experiencs, them selves flock owners, anxious to take up a nsw country, capable of supporting the increase over and above what their own runs will carry. W. e know from alarge flock owner who accompanied the last exploring ex pedition, that considerable blocks of coun try through which he passed were well calculated to carry sheep, and as it is now beyond a doubt that the interior so trav ersed has been visitedby periodicalrains, a sufficient supply of feed and water will easily be found. No doubt the first exploring party found the country dried up, but that w...

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THE MURRAY, To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 March 1868

* .'THE MURRAY, - ITo the Editor of The Herald. SIR, " IDuringthe last fortnight this district has been visited ~with a succession of most alarming bush fires, which I regret to say, have been attended in some instances with considerable destruction of ,operty, Messrs. Thomas and McLarty,asfar as I am at present able to learn being the prin. cipal sufferers--the former has lost the whole of theoutbuildings, farming implements, hay, corn, harness, pigs, goats, &c., the total loss of which as estimated by competent authority will amount to three hundred pounds. Mr. McLarty although not sustaining. so. heavy a loss,is still a heavy sufferer in wheat, pigs, &c.4 and having a large family will feel it severely, ie will have many pympathizers all over the colony, his house being so well known as the resort of travellers to and from the southern districts, Hardman as you are doubtless aware has ceased rnnning his weekly trap to and from the southward just as the public were...

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