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NICOL BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 March 1868

NICOL BAY. The Albert Captain Miles arrived yesterday mormning after a passage of 26 days, she brings 63 tons of pearl shells, and reports 2k more tp arrive by the Clarence Packet. Up to the time of her departure the colony had been refreshed by .partial rains from the 20th of November; the growth of feed was rapid and abundant, and the flocks generally were in good condition. This settlement has now undergone a severe testing, and it is the opinion of such practical men as our old fellow settler Mr. John Withnall that the country is well adapted for the growth of wool, and that the Swan River sheep are best suited to it. From the lie of the country inclining rapidly to the sea coast the water cliannels'are soon driedup, and from the sandy nature of the soil the waterholes are also soon emptied but there is no difficulty in finding water by sinking-Those flocks are in the best condi tion which are most frequently moved from place to place, and consequently small flocks do better in ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SUMMARY FOR THE MAILS. Herald Office, Saturday, March 28, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 March 1868

SUMMIARY FOR THE MAILS* Herald Ofice, Saturday, .karch 28, 1868. The English Mail has not brought any pub lic notification of the course intended to be pur sued towards this Colony, consequent upon what is now an accomplished fact, the cessa tion of transportation, bringing along with it changes which, unassisted by Imperial Coun tenance and aid, must bring us to grief. That we cannot be forgotten altogether is clear from the fact that the Colonial Secretary, the Duke of Buckingham, attended at the great "Ohl\ i" says she, " you think they're too stuck-up, and fancy themselves quite above patronizin' anythin' of.this kind." "I think so," says I, "Its this way Mrs- A. finds that Mrs. B's agoin', and says to Mr. A. when he asks her if she'd like to go and hear the performance. No Mr. A--I should think not, and thlat horrid Mrs. B agoin' indeed! Why wham t rwould people think, and besides Bella and Etty wouldn't listen to such a tl]ing·, and indeed I'm surprisedat your aslkin'." T T'ha...

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CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. AT THE THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 March 1868

CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD' Mi?S - ·-1a.~oi:ekeBer. .hsee o :te, CU(TTERTIT. ' ".-: AT THE THEATRE. '.andahvood~ c;utlt~in'jaut~ wht,'i as' .a fasew i y hear.s ago-eand there aint the sa?je: to bie ml?:e ot ofiti-. When- y'sou'veu ot it youi've'. somi?t:?rbl.e to f-ind any oneU as'll buy it, and ' s ito y ellin' it up- over tlLe hills, iiless yo'repretty ideep into th6&: ribs B a Stoilekee~er, ?: ho sees .no nother way ofi- et::ion. anythil'-si, why you might' eas wll tiyeto sell the stars to a? JewT deiler for di'mo i o-sds. This last wee kor two I've'beecartin a load or so CLown to marketacl i.i an ci some respects I ainte soiry, for things has come under my nd tice in ny tairivels as I never could have kinown hlad I stope'i in c thoe bush. Bein' down last weeik, I sees stuckl ?all over then tp~wn, big bills, withTheatre Comique ' on. Hallo::! says Ike What's that ? and stoppiln t team: I just goes over alnd reals thebill from-top to ottom, Five on 'em,' -says I Well tthinks I...

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

To the Editor of The 'Herald. SIR,-- In your contemporary of -13 Inst., appiars a. report of the proceedings of a Meeting held in the " Mechanic's Hall" on the 16th Inst., the business of that Meeting seems to have been the formation of a "Mechafiic's Institute," and no doubt if this object is carried out properly we shall soon be able to boast one-but I am ramb ling from my original purpose :-what I wish to say relative to the late meeting, is, that many people have for a long time past, been busy talking of the useless expense the public had been to, in erecting to no purpose the fine edifice which adorns, our little town and which was built for a Mechanic's Institute, but now a movement is made, I for one sincerely hope these mur murers will come forward, and aid in carrying - out the views of the spirited few, who have by untireing energy and perseverance brought this important work so prominently before the eyes of our public. Surely now that the first and most difficult'part o...

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

For Mauritius Direct.: rpHE fine brig dd L TH RIO, 210 tons register, daily expected from Mauritiusa, will return to that port imnmediately. For freight or passage, apply to J. & W. BATEMAN, Agents. Fremantle, 19th March, 1868. MIESSRS. LIONEL SAMSON & SON (Government Auctioneers,) T?AVE received instructions from MESSIIS. G. SHEXrTON'&.CO., to Sell'by (Auction . at their Store at .Fremantle, O'NTHURSDAY, THE 9TH APRIL NEXT, W .. Fithout Reserve - .A : LARGE quantity of Bran, Pollard, ',,C. and Barley. Sale to commence'at 11 o'clock. THE National Bank of Australasia ANNUAL BELANCE'. mPHE Branches of this Bank at PERTH 1 and FREMANTLE will be closed to'the PTublic on WEDNESDAY, the 1st APRIL NEXT, for the purposes of the Annual Balance. Drafts on London and the Colonies will be issued as usual for the outgoing Mail, but not later than TUESDAY, the 31st Instant. .. .- ; JOHN F. LAW, :- :. -- Manager. Perth, 18th March, 1868. OTIGE is hereby given that the •L pa...

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

NOTICE. ,.outhly Sales by Auction at Geraldton, Champion Bay. TJHE undersigned beg to give notice to the Public of the Victoria Dis h-ict that they intend having an Auc tion at theirRooms, Geraldton, Champion Bay, on the second Wednesday in every month. All parties wishing to dispose of Stock, Land, Runs, or articles of any des tion willplease give notice at least on a week before the sale, so that due i city may be given. SCOTT & GALE, Auction Geraldton, Champion Bay, Atugust 29th, 1867 NOTICE. . MR. THOS. BAILEY Bf E G S to intimate that his Monthly Sales, will for th~e future take place at the New York Hotel, on the second Saturday in each month, at noon pre hisely. TERs rAT TmI or SaLE. Auction and General Agency Office, York, 13th November, 1867. FO R SALE. Valitiable Station Prdperty in the Colony of Western Australia. RAlE. CU11lIIN & CO. H AV'E received instructions to offer Sfori private sale the following valu abie STATION PROPERTIES : S1sTs-That magnificen...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 March 1868

-. , jjtij~titB nttteItttB?.ttt, ARRIVALS. March 20.-INDUsTRY, 12 tons, Tuckey, from Murray. Passengers-Mrs. Tuckey, Mrs. Rirch, Mrs. J. Tuckey. Cargo-142 bags wheat and sundries. Same day.-MAuD, 25 tons, T. O'Grady, from the Irwin. Cargo-255 bags wheat. 23.-WID WXVE, 28 tons, Cross, from Vasse and Bunbury. Passengers-Messrs. T. Travis. 'R;F. Pries, P.C. Pierl, and 8 prisoners. Cargo -6'bags rye, 5 do. gum, 1 far eggs, 123 bags wheat, 62 do. barley, 305 do. potatoes, 7 do. onions, 5 casks and 12 boxes apples, and sun dries. 28.--SEA SPRAY, from the Irwin. Same day-ALBERT, from Nichol Bay. DEPARTURES. March 20.-ARABIAN, 25 tons,~J. O'Grady, for Bunbury and Vassc. Passengers-i warder and a native. Cargo-58 pkgs. merchandize. 21.--MAnn, 25 tons, T. O'Grady, for Irwin River. Cargo-8 loads timber, and 4 packages sundries. Same day-VICTORIA, 12 tons, Tapper, for Bunbury. Cargo-5 cases gin, 4 ditto brandy, 2 ditto wine, 11il casks bee~, and 2 cans sheep wash. Same day-TwINKLING STAn, 5~ to...

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

To the Editor of The Herald.   SIR, There was a long article in last Saturday's Herald on the subject of State Education, its cost, and its results- and the general impression left on the mind after perusal of it would be that there is a want of material success attend- ing the system. I have just got before me the " Church of England Magazine" for the current month, and find therein a " Return of Government Schopls in operation in 1867," which appears to.me   somewhat elucidatory of such want of success ; that is to say, that as therefrom it is apparent there is no system. in the remuneration of the teachers, so also it is equally probable there is but little system in the teaching-the following extracts from the Return in question are cer tainly very anomalous-in fact quite irrecon- cilable after making every allowance for pecu- liarity of circumstance : Fremantle Boys' School ... 90 ... £205   " Girls' " ... 50 ... 200 Perth Boys' " ... 193 ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 March 1868

MARRIAGES. BURGES—FINNERTY.—On the 2rd inst., at St. John's Church Fremantle, by she Rev. J. G. Bostok, LOCKIER CLERE BURGES, JUN., Esq., only son of the late John Burges, Esq., M. D. of Fethard, Tipperary County, Ireland, to ANN ELIZA, eldest daughter of Captain Finnerty, Staff Officer of Pensioners, Fremantle. HAMERSLEY—DEMPSTER.—On the 25th Feb. last at St. Matthew's Church, Guildford, by the Rev. B. Grimaldi, HUGH HAMERSLEY, ESQ., third son of E. Hamersley, Esq., of Pryton Swan, to MARIAN McLEAN, third daughter of J. M. Dempster, Esq., of Buckland, Northam. DIED. WRIGHT.—At Sandy Creek, Maldon, Victoria.   after a few hours illness, and deeply regretted by all who knew her, ELLA KATE, aged 32 years, the beloved wife of James J. Wright, Esq., for- merly Government Schoolmaster at Fremantle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 4 April 1868

HoLLowAY'S PILLs.-Determination of blood to the head, and. diseases of the heart.-The public is constantly shocked by the increased number of sudden deaths. These catastrophes originate from some irregularity of cinaulation, which generates disturbance in the head. Hol loway's Pills are widely used and everywhere esteemed for purifying this fluid, and regulating the flow of the blood. They prevent palpitation, oppresion at the chest, and determination of blood to the head; and they effectually remove congestibn of the lungs, liver, kidneys, and brain, by proportionally distributing the blood to each organ. Holloway's Pills should be taken with out delay when feelings of faintness, giddiness, drowsiness, or other serious derangements warn us of some disturbance of the digestion, circula tion, or respiration, as each is of vital impor tance. E.F. DUFFIELD, SCABINET lAKER AC., Mairket Street, Fremantle. ?EGS to inform the inhabitants of Fremantle and the country at large, that he has c...

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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 4 April 1868

SUPR: EME COUBT.,: .i: 'Before - Honor the .Chief Justice.( W:.ednesday 1st April, .1868. :: John Ciuen, charged with obtaining at :-B iniiury, sundry articles from James Old -haia- , under false pretences. SGuilty-9 calender months. P :atrick Masniny, charged with stealing .:.?oney in a dwelling house at Bunbury. • --- A verdict of Not Guilty was returned. John Marsh, charged with steling a -:dilt the property of R. D. Hardy. at Yori.k; - Verdict-Not Guilty. ' William Jefrfies charged with stealing a _-quantity of bedding, &c, the :property of -Henry Chartres. Guilty-8 months' imprisonment. . .:- :ichael Bryant, charged with stealing .i watch from the person of Robert Wil :on;, at Perth. G.ility-5 years penal servitude. W'. illiamin Lundy charged with embez :ling money the property of Hookam ':Khan at Perth. - Guilty-Twelve calender months' irn prisonmeint. "Thomas iRobertts charged with stealing a watch entrusted, to him for repairs, p: leaded guilty.-3 years penal servitu...

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THE STORY-TELLER. WOMAN'S CONSTANCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 4 April 1868

THIE STORYi-TE LLER. WOMAN'S CONSTANCY. A. very proud man was Sir Hugh Fair field: proud of his illustrious pedigree, his wealth, and his daughter Alice. It may be quiestioned whether he was proud of her so much for her intrinsic excel lence as because she worthily represented his family, and maintained the lofty dig nity of the Fairfields by her beauty, talents, and accomplishments. Still, he was unquestionably fond of her. Petu lant and choleric to all others, he was gentle and indulgent to her. His inge nuity was ever on the alert to procure for her some new pleasure ; his perception, rendered acute by affection, anticipated her wishes. Alice, in turn, was ten derly attached to him; ignored his faults; humoured his peculiarities, and performed to.him all the delicate feminine ministra tions so precious in the eyes of love. So long as no other love interfered with the harmonious play of natural affection, all went well; but complications arose. M-r. Henry Newton, a young gentleman...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 4 April 1868

Southern Insurance Ccm pany, Limited. apital 1,000,oo'lk id-uy Copit4,l; £9t,,;1OO O. Hedoffce 1,QenStreet, Melbonone. SEOR`ETARY-xJinAvt MoFnAr Branch Offices: LONBON.-No. 1' RornL ExcHAGae Bunaiz"s, E. C. DMXEy-22, BIDCestreet Agencies: - c:A: eitita?ada, Fairlie, & Co.~ ?1aiR¶:?jrus-Rdlhardson & Co.. .;: .ADEL.r; l -JOS-Idph Darwe u.i:L .. SBilsBAmis.-Hefly Box & Son; lBoDAET ITowi'h-D. M'Pherson, Jun. ' - -LATNCES3s o?-'W. K. O'Keeffe.? - ! : :~UD,~-Dgei., Iltra.y,?? &A CO P1oVTrLAt-r-S. G. B]ety & Co. GEExLQG-0C. J. husnys & Co. WA r'. kaMcji0oo-Aitlhin & Patersontj . r\.c.i?Vle-Bic?eIy :? o Co. MIA?As.-. Sh anad. & Co. iRAKot.i.-A. Y. Jamieson. Co: tonao.- Shand & Co. :-i:' .-A.roFo.d Macrasne, FrasAer & Co. r .Bivia. " Malayine, Watson & Co.ai O CflustTnJIn CRn.-John Lewis. A.uuArikDn.--Crulshank, ortina-t & Coii. NELEOK.-1-.8aihl, Edalwds & Co. sHOx i...A.-Ec?g e, MudiC ei...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 4 April 1868

S JTo the Editor of he Herald;' Any man who has attended the Agriculturil Meetings of 'the Colony must have noticed the one sided selfishnesethat generally prevails. i If a public R]oad or the improvement of it has been advocated by any number of men, non members of the Society a hole in the corner se cret Meeting of the' Society .has been gen erally called,.whereat perhaps, some 3 or 4 or balf dozen members attend, discuss the matter more or less, pass a resolution and then puit it forward to the Government with a great degree of pomposity; and under the name and under the wing and influience of-the Agricultural Society claim the right injuriously of fore stalling,falsi fying, and presumedly signifying, .and substi tuting their half dozen ideas, however much bheclouded in lieu of perhaps some three or four thousand settlers who reside in the districtland who are designedly kept ini total ignorance of their Meeting. Such a Meeting as is above referred to, has within the last few day...

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NICOL BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 4 April 1868

NICOL BAY. .In-our last is sue wegave in substance the 'nij'stt forth at great, length in the Resident's -ita."tche-to the Colonial Seciretary dated the :l'8thofFebrusry.: ..; a--I. our columns also- will -be foaund several .iqteesting letters, especially two, one from 'a seltlerh1 nd the other froiti Mf. H Davis.. WeV shall therefore coitent 6irselves'\vith a Sum nary-S uppleentirig what'is 6mitted in:thei" crriespdnd;ence, arid :request dirn readers to ieopt.it hi:lieu" of the,. Volumribus details; of ie.1 d;i~p~tches publishti~d by the Government "Ojjk-gn r·? ? ::,:·.. . .... ... ,, . ....- . . ,I*.t appcars that P. C. Griffis accompanied by -a ative named peter proceeded to the Maitt land to.execute several warrants,. or as it is e.pressed "to look after some nftives who.had stolen flour and stores.'" fbm the' evidenee it aa.?~ears that the nativ es'were in great indmbeirs, iind iupon the irriest of Coolyerberiin deter "nined'to spear Griffis and the Nati~ie Police ,nin n.:? , -...

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JOURNAL OF AN EXPLORING TRIP IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF THE ASHBURTON RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 4 April 1868

JOURNAL OF AN EXPLORING TRIP IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD 0F1? THE ASHBURTON RIVER THURsDAY, MARCH 28TB, 1867--CIamp No. 10. Started at 5 minutes to 7 a. .., course S. . Travelled from 2 to 3 miles and came out on the Baring Downs so much praised by Mr. Gregory. We are all greatly disappointed at the appear ance of this place as we expected to find it much improved since Mr. A. McRae travelled over it. Travelled for five hours and camped by the River at the mouth of the creek, along which Mr. Gregory returned after he had explored the country in the vicinity of Mount Augustus, and which Mr. Hooley called the Lockier River. There is plenty of water in the River, also a large permanent pool in the Lockier hear where we are encamped, but the country is quite des t?itute of vegetation. Resumed at 4 30 p. m. Mr. Seymour and I went to Revolver Hill, and got a splendid round of bearings. The White Hill E. S. E., Flat Topped Hill, S. E. by E., Mount W.all, N.N.W. We caught up the rest of the party b...

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THE MURRAY. To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 4 April 1868

'IiI .T?o. the Editor of The era. .: SIRm,-. : ,.. Far be it from me as your o ndt to imitate the. scurrilo'us product6in sighed"' Anti fustian " which appeared in the paper of your contemporary of ?Wednesday'25th instant ';' sufi ficient, it is for my purpose to Itri?d thait::havr good. authority- for all I have ritten,- and if there hasbeen any inaccuraces, the responsilbil ity rests with myself and no one else, I neither asknor cburt assista'eI.' I shaill-;therefre e leave you Sir, and yodr :readers to judge on which side the truth rests and shall consequently :take: An tifustiau's.letter seriatim., The Stockyard iat Stalke Hill nit·urally en gages his first attention.--I have written...so much on former occasions on this siubject that'I will not weary your readers by going over the ground again-but Ibeg younote the crafty.and ingenious way in which the writer remarks, "I be lieve it isonlyone, perhapstwo, vidivialsintlis ' immnediae n~dig?hborhood thatso delply lamjit "the selfi...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 4 April 1868

To the Editor of -2 - "urald. -I beg to enclose a copy of my journal ofian.e~~ploring .iip up the Ashburton River about this time last year in com p~any with four more settlers, It ::is quite needless to give you uan ec count of our Trip whilst we were travel ling over the oun.try between Roeburne and the Ashbi~ton River, as that part of t-he country has been explored by several meople-andjournals of their travels have *b.een lid before the publio in the Pert Gazsetde and the Inquirer. After leaving Attak Pool on the 11:h ?u?. n a iver wu propeeded Up that river for four days, over about 80 miles of .country.--wbhich was all, taken up, :chiefiy -ilongig to ~the four setlers thaEt werte out with me at the time. This bxgs us to a plac well know- rto every person in the colony, Mr. -are gry's " Gorge," the place where that tenle~an first struck the Asihburrton ,=iv er. . Our DCamp No 10 is eltuated i the Bied of the Fliar, under a very high B·ank,-on the left bank of the river clo~e to...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 4 April 1868

To the Editor of The HeraldM. SIR, As you:have always taken an interest in ,ur North District and taken some pains to lay be fore the. public at large how shamefully we are treated:by the .Government of Western,Austra lia,.-I will now give you my ideas on the sub ject. II-.the first place,' liok at the number of people that gave up good situations-sold valu able properties in Victoria-and went to Cam den HRarb6r, expecting to make rapid fortunes from the flourishing reports emanating from that prince f H~iminbugs-Dr. Martin--and wiich re ports were puiblished by permission of His Ex cellency Governor Hampton. . Loc~k at the loss of life and the frightfuil loss of stock and property that to6k place there. Ano"ther wise istep taken by His Excellency was :the sending -t' Camden Harbor. a Qovern-. ment party under a man with such a large amouunt of good sense andi practical. knowledge as Mr. Sholl was known to possess, and pass over Nicol Bay District which had been previously ex plored...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 4 April 1868

To the.Editor of The Herald: SIR, On the 18th March, went home about 11 o'clock a.m. and found that my- bouse had been robbed, and the place completely turned over, ITponexamination I discovered that property was stolen'to the amount:of £15. consisting of a *atch and :?vieariig apparel &c., The thieves '.ere evidently in search of money but fortu nately. I had:none at that.theiie in the: house.. I immediately'sent myson to give information to tbhe Police, SergeantRegan and a native came to my house, they afterwards arrested 3' men on suspicion, one of whom'got onemonths imprison ment, for stealing figs out of' the garden, the Qther 2: were.. discharged. .I find that other obb~eries have been conimitted since the; one at my haoe, which have appeared in public print, butmie has bleen excluded, I want to know to reason of this:? why my affair hould have no notice taken of it. J. BUTCHART.

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