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TO MINNIE (ON HER 5TH BIRTHDAY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 4 April 1868

. TO MIN TXE (ON Eur 6TH ·Ixw.) Thnere'~s a friend o'er the way, Whbo is ,ishing this day .Petty Mipuie you;oftep?a may ee, Though you little kiow hin • e would fill to the brim L.ife's tp -ll of pl ,.sure for thee - Anibtheis nilfwon thy safcegw'ic1' hQftJoiveo' Should extinguished be never by pain or dis grace, But like a bright sunbeam illumine the place, Where Our Father may please thee to be. S If I had but the power, Not an unhappy hour Pretty Minnie should ever be thine, But thy sorrow should pass S As the dew from the graps Whentlhe morning beams pleasantly shine, Allthjejoy$ upon earth, that have ever .found birth in the true hearted bosom of virtuous worth, Which have flourished in plenty, or blossom'd in denrth, S Should assuredly Minnie be thine. As the flowers that rise I n :'eath the midsummer skies ' In their beauty and fragrance abound, So thy graces should fling - All the brightness of spring In the hearts of thy kindred around. As an angel of light should they pres...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 4 April 1868

Tothe Editor of The Herald. " SIR, I beg to place in your hands a letter from Mr? ; . James Herbert, a brother Odd Fellow, to shew-° you what ourSociety means by its profession of mutual aid and assistance. In a letter to his Son Mr.rJamesjlerbert Jun.,he tells him that" he was abouttodo whatheneverexpectedtodo, topull off his jacket and set to work again" he further kindly desired Captain Miles of the Albert to tell me that I.might u'e his name in obtaining" whatever I required. Iam Sir Yours Truly STHOMAS WARDELL ... .8 Februiar~i , 18. 8.' : R.oebuirne. DBAR. WARDELL, I should have returned to Fremantle by the Albert; but for the great misfortune your boat and crew have come too. I wenttoMr.Sholl.: Hb said that he coild not irinterfere in-the case until-. he had instrictions to do so, he of course had to send outfor the bodies, but they couId bring only ;two:in, I shall bring the other in when I go out for the Shells and Boat and poor Jarman if we can find imi. Of cours?eif th~ b...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 4 April 1868

For Mauritius Direct. I THE fine brig -i 1 '" I ft 1O, 210 tons register, daily expected from 1Mauritius, will return to : at port immediately. For freight or passage, apply ,to SJ. & W. BATEMAN, Agents, Fremantle, 19th March, 1868. 8ae of Brig" Sea Nymph." .E8S S;. LIONEL SAMSON & SON, (GovERNMENT AUCTIONEERS) -.TI? AVE been favoured with instriictions ,-.Ii. :from Walter. Bateman, Esq., (acting for Messrs. Ireland, Fraser & Co. Sf Port Louis, iunder a Bottomry Bond) t.to sell by Auction, at their Rooms, Cliff - treet, Fremantle, on THURSDAY, the 9th, inst. (unless the Bond is redeemed) . the Brig 'Sea Nymiph, 171 Tons Register, ,with all her running gear, Stores, &c., &e. i Sale at 12 o'clock Precisely, wheni the Sterms of.pirpchase will be specified. .'Frýmantle, 3rd April, 1868. hSES. LIONEL SAMSON ON (Government Auctionwes,j 1AVE received instructions from MESSRs. -": -G. SHENTON & Co., to Sell by Auction a:at their Store at Frena...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 4 April 1868

S NOTICE. IMonthly Sales by Auction at Geraldton, Champion Bay. TfHE undersigned beg to give notice S to the Public of the Victoria Dis trict that they intend having an Auc ..ition at their Rooms, Geraldton, Champion Bay, on the second Wednesday in every 5nonth. All parties wishing to dispose of Stock, iLand, Runs, or articles of any description, Lwfil.please give notice at least one clear week before the sale, so that due publi * city may he given. SCOTT & GALE, OT Auctioneers. Geraltdton, Champion Bay, .August 29th, 1867 -NOOTICE. . MR. THOS. BAILEY ) E G S to intimate that his Monthly SSales, will for the fulture take place -;at the Newv York Hotel, on the second -Saturday in each month, at noon pre -cisely. TEins AT Tnts OF SALE. Auctionand General Agency Office, York, 13th Noveimber, 1867. TOR SAL E. -Vdluable Station Property in i.e.-:t CoOiny of Western Australia. AbLEX. CUMBINC & 00. H rAVE recei&ed instructions to offer .L. " ,for private sale ~the f...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 4 April 1868

WE have read with the deepest sorrow the harrowing description of the murders that have been perpetrated at Nicol Bay, and.with equal disappointment notice .the absence:, of; all allusion to 'every other subj e t., We give the Resident 'Magistrate full credit for the feeling and. minuteness *with which hei details the' painful catas 'trophe, but we cannot absolve him from blame-for the want of due precautions, and hold him responsible in a great degree for the consequences,-the. death and loss of P. 0. Griffis, who had so long and faithfully discharged his onerous and perilous duties. We do not hesitate to say that taking into account the extent of country over which he had to traverse--the little assis tance he could expebt to receive fromn isolated settlers, and the natural hostility of the native population he was sacrificed to a miserable, petty, paring down par simony, so characteristic of the Hampton policy. We admit that a careful administration of the public revenues is righ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 4 April 1868

ARRIVALS. March 27.-SEA SPRAY, 35 tons, Thompson, master, from the Irwin. Passengers-J. Chivers, T. -Regan and J. Wilson. Cargo-329 sacks wheat. - Same day.--VICTORIA, 12 tons, Fagnor, mas ter, from Bunbury. Passenger-Mr. Forrest. Cargo-8 pieces timber, 29 bags potatoes, 10 cases fruit, and sundries. Same day.-ALBERT, 24 tcns, Miles, master, from Port Walcott. Passengers-Messrs. How lett, McLeod, and McKenzie. Cargo-7½ tons pearl. shells and 6 bales wool. March 30.-ARABIAN, 25 tons,. J. O'Grady. inaster, from Vasse.:. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and J. Turner. Cargo-18 loads timber, Same day, from quarantine grounds, SEA NYMPH, 171 tons, Shaw, master, from Mauritius. Passengers-Mrs. Shaw, and Mr. Fisher. 2nd April.-MAUD,:25 tons, T. O'Grady, mas ter, from Irwin River. Passenger-Mr. F. Waldeck. Cargo-2L4 bags wheat, and 39 do. barley. DEPARTURES. SMarch 28.-WILD WAVE, 28 tons, Cross, mas ter, for Bunbury and Yasse. Passengers--Mrs. Bunbury, Miss Guerin, Miss Pratt, Miss Urqhart, M...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 4 April 1868

ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, FREMANTLE. Subscriptionlist'for the purpose of raising £200 to pay offthe debt of £400 due on the Parsonage, the other £200 having been promised, on the condition of the former being subscribed : . . a. d. BartramW. ... ... 200 0 0 Finnerty Capt. . 5 0 0 MooreW.D ... .. - 0 o Bostock G. J.- 10 0' '' 0 Suttherland R. . 0 Beef. W..;- ., ::;.. I : ,, '~ ~ ~l:..- ; `' .-... Scott E. Mrs. ... . .. 5 0 0 Beresford W... ..-10 0 Daly R. . 0 StoneJ.F . .. ... 3 3 9 Thomas A... 19 -9 Congdon fD. K. .. 1 0 0 Thomas John 4 0.... 4 0. .i 0 0 Oakley Tom ... .. 0 0 Abel Caii ...2. p 0 Lane E. . 0 Newman E. .1..0.:': ? ? .? 0 0 EastonW. ... 10 0 0 Stone W. 10... 0 Jackson W. D. .': 20. S - 0? 0 o Vincent H.1 0 0I.o.??-: ' o Hancock D. ... .-5 0 King R. . ... - e James J. . ... 5 0 Lewis ' s. . .. . 5 0 De~ickeyi~r.i :.i ?'.:.:;::~ ?:: : I'? t:.?i/ -;:::.% .::-:.· .. .... Dick.y.Br4'. 0 o0 ButcherPGOT. ..' 1 1 Bateman W. - .0.', -Dixon- . .. '0 00 Bibra Von F.I .... . ,':,- :-li o...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. THE LIGHTHOUSE GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 April 1868

THE STORY-TELLER. THE LIG·HTHOUSE GIlL. " Come in, child. The mist is gather ing, and the scud flying wildly. There will be a heavy storm to night," said old Captain Lockwiood, as he looked at the sky, after securing his single boat, and hastened within to polish the glasses of the hoary light-house that stood upon a ragged spit of land, at once a beacon of safety and of warning. " Yes, father dear! the wild spirits of the storm are abroad to-night, and mar shalling their hosts for battle. Many a brave ship will find an ocean grave, and many a wreck strew the shore, before another dawn," she replied dreamily. "We must do our duty, child, and leave the rest to God. We are ever in his keeping;" and with another look at sky and ocean, clouds and foaming waters, the old man proceeded to his task. From babyhood, Annie Lockwood, or as she was familiarly known, "Annie of the Lighthouse," had been accustomed to the ocean. Though born at a distance, The had, when a mere child, been brought t...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 April 1868

DENTISTRY. C REIOHBERG, having returned . from the Southern Districts, begs to inform the inhabitants of Perth and the Public generally, that he is prepared to take orders for inserting ARTIFICAL TEETH, WITHOUT REMOVING THE STUMPS, at the most moderate prices, from a single tooth to a whole set, with or without fastenings, or by the late invention THE SUCTION PRINCIPLE, specially applicable to cases where all the teeth are gone. In all cases, easy and comfortable mastication will be ensured. The highest references will be given on application. C. REICHBERG, Has on sale, a choice assortment of the best gold Jewelry, consisting of watches, chains, Albert chains, ear-rings brooches, lockets, ladies' dress rings with precious stones, &c., &c., ALSO, A variety of real guaranteed jet arti cles. Place of business- Howick Street, opposite St. George's Cathedral. Emu for Sale!! A HEN BIRD one of last year's brood. Apply to, THOMAS JOHNSON. Busselton, April 1, 1868. Just arriv...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 April 1868

W.E have hitherto carefully abstained from expressing any opinion upon the case lately decided by the acquittal of William Frederick Seymour, charged with the murder of Thomas Davidson at the Vasse. The verdict of the Jury has been much discussed, and opinions passed on it, all but attributing perjury to the Jurors sworn to return a verdict according to the evidence produced. For ourselves we approach the subject with great reluctance, and with quite as much doubt as that felt by the Jury; that a homicide has taken place is quite clear, but how and under what circumstances is by no means so clear. That the de ceased could not have either accidently or intentionally been the cause of his own death is evident from the position of the wound under the shoulder and from the direction which the contents of the gun took being horizontal. It is not pretended that there was any other party near except the accused, he admits this, and accounts for the fact in more ways than one, each contradi...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 April 1868

SUPREME COURT. (Before 14s llZnor the Cr!i sef icc.)i - Fiirn~, AiL. 3I, n. Tomas.. Rayner, oa., ai4 Joi, W.lpok t.l., were charged: with robbery .with violence. Verdict.-Not guilty 0of. violent.e, bit guilty of robbery from the person. Sen tence--5 years' penal servitude-each .: WilJliamn 'Wolfenden, . -local prisoner charged with Prison breaking. •Theprisoner pleaded'' giilty and was sentened: to-3 months!' imprisonment in addition to his.former conviction. Jolhn Thomas charged with stealing a steer ani bull, the property of Daniel King, at Gingin, on.the &is d of. Febr?u?a5~ last; a second count charged him: with killing the 'said .steer .-and bull. Mir. Howell for the prisoner. Joseph Bi'own a farter at. Gingin, deposed- Iknow the prisoner as: a set tler at M?oore River;. i remembe? .his coming to my residence on the 3r elab' - ruary, when there were several otlher. people at my house; John Mai'si and Roger Croughan brought in a biulll-stag, with other cattle, that day t...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 April 1868

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, Occasionally, when the Memorial for a New Council is presented to a man for signature, it is asked Why not leave the Governor to go on as heretofore ? Strange to say, hunting for a bit of waste paper yesterday, I rescued from my rubbish basket a fragment of the Inquirer which furnishes a pertinent reason for not leav ing things as they are,-and as there may yet be some doubters, perhaps you will be good enough to publish for their edification what their own Organ says on the subject. I therefore send you an extract from the fragment in question, so that those who are still wavering may be con vinced and sign. It may be amusing also to lhark back on the consistency of the Editor, but I daresay you have already discoveredscope for similar amusement ad nauseam and therefore do not care to pursue further investigation. Yours &e. BETA. 9th April, 1868. Extract from the Inquirer : It is but right that we look at the benefits we should obtaln in a ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
REVIEW. W. A. Church of England Magazine. FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 April 1868

REVIEW, W. A. Cihurci of England Magazine. FOR ArPRIL. Every effort is being made by the Rev. Editor to improve this little periodical, and render it acceptable to the public, In its new pink colored wrapper it certainly has a more attractive appearance than before, and ,may without dread of unfavorable comparison, be s~afely placed on the drawing room table among .he more,showy pNblicacions from Home. SWe are glad to see a marked improvement n the.nii??me ,of advertisements, because with put theier ~in such a community as this, no pub licati~ can pay. Generally speaking trades rnei.and others among us have not much faith in advertising, but they may be assured that in nine cases out of ten the cost of advertising is a profitable:investment returning avery high rate of iterest. SThis montls' number contains an unusuai amount of interesting local church intelligence, "conspicuous among which stands a notice of the nobleconduct of the inhabitants of Fre mantleih clearing off.a debt of...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 April 1868

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, Feeling that it is time some person should take upon themselves the very unpopular, but at the same time necessary, duty of holding up to the execration of all right minded persons in the Colony, the unjust principles under which the funds of the Town Trust have been and are at present levied, namely £1 for each allotment, the unimproved, and consequently unproductive, being taxed to the same extent as Pubic Houses, Storekeepers Premises, the Residents in Cliff Street, and many others, too numerous to men tion. The consequences of this unjust system must strike the mind of a visitor with disgust. The streets from want of repairs are dangerous to drive or ride through-dilapidation stares you in the face in every street you pass through, yet it appears to be no person's business to redress this daily growing nuisance. The holders of the most valuable property are so jiarrow-minded as not to see that,the improve ment of the town generally would enhance...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CAPITAL AND IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 April 1868

CAPITAL AND IMMIGRATIION. While money is going begging in Londou-at one and a half per cent., and bullion is accumu lating in the cellars of the Banks ot England and France to an unprecedented extent, the rates of interest here range from 7 to 10 per cent., while provisions of all kinds are so dear in the mother country as to necessitate practising economy in thousands of middle-class households, as well as in those of the working men, excellent mutton is being retailed at from 2d. to 4d.:a pound, beef 3d. to 4d., new milk 3d. to 4d. per quart, and all the necessaries of life in proportion; while many of what are held to be its luxuries in England are reckoned among its ordinary and commonly accessible comforts here. I-How are these dis parities between the material condition of the people in the old country and the new to be re moved? We could send you some of our sur plus meal and cereals from this But would it not be a simpler and a more,perma nently beneficial proceeding for you...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FREMANTLE POLICE COURT. MONDAY 6TH APRIL, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 April 1868

FREMANTLE POLICE COURT. MONDAY 6TH APRIL, 1868. (Before C. Symmons. Esq., R. M., and J. Stone, Esq., J. P.) Mr. T. E. Shaw, masterof th Brig Sea N1ymph appeared to a summons issued upon an informa tion laid by the Attorney General (G. F1 Stone, Esq.,) charging the said T. E. Shaw with ma king false representations as to the health of the crew of his vessel on her arrival at this Port from the Mauritius, and falsely answering ques tions put to him by the Health Officer of the Port. Mr. W. H. Fisher, also appeared to a summons granted upon the information of the Attorney General, charged with aiding, counselling, abet ting and procuring the said J. E. Shaw. The Attorney General prosecuted in person. Mr. Howell appeared for the Defendants, and expressed his surprise at the presence of the Attorney General in an inferior Court, and .he objected to J. Stone, Esq., sitting on the Bench. The objection was allowed. The informations were read, and after numer. ous objections raised by the De...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SCRAPS. THE "PERTH INQUIRER," THE "PERTH GAZETTE" AND "PASQUIN." [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 April 1868

SCRAPS. THE " PERTH INQUIRER,"'! THIE · "PERTTIH GAZETTE "' AND " PASQUIN." Great amusement has been created.in Ade laide by the squabble between the Perth Gazette and the lnquirer on the subject of the latter Journal's piracy of an article from the Ade laide Observer some tihe:since on the Grain Marikets. Pasquin--an Adelaide Jdurnal of l?rge circulation-has the following notice offt, arindt tlihe g;eat addition of the fun the illus tiiouil Pasquin himself bhinderiingly aplies a compliment of the Perth Gaaeite te the Editor of the Obs,6el:ve or hitself. whiie' in reality the P G. intended it to apply to a fuirtive attempt of the P.I. to;injure the Herald. We give the extract at full lingth as it confirms. very strongly the; view we have always taken of the extraordinary English to be. found in the columns of the P.I.: "The Perth (W. A.) Gazette is very indig nant with thle Perth iiquirr for stealing an " article" froni the Adelaide Ob'server,. and thereby causing serious illness in...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THURSDAY, 9TH APRIL, 1868. (ADJOURNED HEARING.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 April 1868

THURSDAY, 9TH APrIL, 1868. (ADJOURNED HEARING.) (Before E. W. Landor. Esq., R. M., and C. Symmons, Esq., R. M.) The Attorney General conducted the prosecu tion. and Mr. N. Howell appeared for the defen dants. The case excited a good deal of interest and the Court was crowded duriifg the hearing. The Court suggested that to save time the two cases should be heard together. Mr. Howell on the part of the defendants consented to this arrangement. The Attorney General opened the case by ex plaining the nature of the evidence he should produce, and the Local Act under which the in formations were laid. W. H. Dickey, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, sworn, saith :-I remember the ar rival of the Sea Nymph. I went to the vessel with the Harbor Master. She arrived on the evening of the 14th March. On the following morning when I visited her, I hailed her as quarantine officer. I saw Captain Shaw on board-Mr. Fisher was standing near him. I asked Capt. Shaw as to the state of Mauritius...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 April 1868

COMMISSARIAT. F IfENDERS, in duplicate, will be re L.' eeived at the Commissariat Office, Fremantle, till soon of MONDAY, the 20ath instant, for the supply of the follow ing articles, vz. (SsnwoE or CoNviCr PRIsoN, FuI?ATI;a) Baskets-Bread, 3-bushel, No. 6 - Clothes " 6 Bedsteads-Lriton, single (stump) " 24 B? /o:Blstei-Slips " 12 eg- OCases-Hospital Pillow " 24 'g Rugs-single " 133 ]lls--Hand ,, 6 S:Brshes-sweeping, long-handle" 50 Calico-White, Twilled, Yards 250 Chimneys-Lamp, Kerosene, No. 100 Fustian, Yards 50 Globes-Lamp, Solar, No. 6 Hooks and Eyes-small, " 864 Mats-Door, " 24 Mops, " 30 Oil ) 7ft.x3ft.--1 piece .. I Cloth 4ft. 6in.x2ft. 6in.-1 piece Ps. 2 Ovens-Camp, No. 6 Paint-Black (in oil), Pounds 56 Scales-Counter, Sets 6 Fcissors-Tailors', small, Pairs 24 ,eilyards.(to weigh 300 lbs.), sets 3 Stro=-Razor, No. 4 Thermooeters, " 3 Trimmin~.gg-tailors',WaddingSheets 1?,0 ebb eg-BB-opt, Pieces 4 Wax-Bees' Pounds 6 Weights, Brass, ~.qm 8oz. to 4oz., sets 6 (SERVICE O WA~u I...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 April 1868

For Mauritius Direct. T?--IHE fine brig " " 7 ? 210 tons register, daily expected ! from Mauritius, will retiur to thit port immediately. For freight or passage, apply to J. & W. BATEMAK, Agents. Firemantle, 9!th March, 1868. NOTICE.: Bale by Auction, on Tuesday, *; 1 'i4th April, 1868. " MR, D. B. FRANCISC0O S the honour to announce that he will Sell by Public Auction, on the above date, at the premises of Miessrs. Bicdklev &: Co., in High Street, Fremantle, the whole of tleir surplus stock of general "merchandize,. in consequence of that firm retiring from store keeping busi - ness in Fremattle. . HE gtock consists of Clothing, Dra . pery, Ironmongery, Stationery, T?bacco, Kerosene, Rope, Jams, Butter, Fancy Goods and almost every article us~ially to be fouitndin a GCenetral' Store. BALE TO GONuMENCE AT 11 o'cLOcK HKARP. STerms for all amniounts under £1i5 eashc, i~'d ipiWarads approved Bils a:t 3 on~ths. '-N. B.-.-At the samhe timie will be soild4a capital ships L...

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