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FREMANTLE TOWN TRUST. To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 18 April 1868
FREMANTLE TOWN TRUST.. To the Editor of The Herald. ' SIR, Allow me a .small space in your paper to make.a few remarks on the proposed plan to alter the present mode of assessing the Owners of Town Allotments to one assimilating it to the Highway rate in England, namely a rate assessed according to the annual value of each Lot. Now Sir in the first place if the initiators of the movement had referred to the Act of Council under which the Town Tru,:t.acts, they would have seen that the Trustees of the Town have not now the powers to' levy such a rate as is proposed-the rate may be made, but, to be of any practical use, there must be powers to enfore it, and such powers can only be given by. an Act of Council. The Act of Council under which the Trust acts only gives such powers if the assessment is made in a certain manner, and would not enable the Chairman or Collector to adopt legal measures for enforcing the rate if made according to the proposed new plan;- therefore if the Meeting...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 18 April 1868
E. F. DUFFIELD, Market Street, Fremantle. B EGS8 to inform the inhabitants of Fremantle and the country at large, that he has commenced biisiness for him self, and hopes by strict attention to busi ness to merit a share of their kind patronage. N. B. All orders punctually attended to, and executed in a workmanlike manner, on the most moderate terms. Fremantle, 7th February, 1868. Emu bfor Sale!! A HEN BERD one of last year's "brood. Apply to, • oMiAs Jo RNSON. Busselton, April 1, 1868. BEST QUALITY ON C EAPEST TERMS. BOOTS & SHOES. ~A. LEAC 8, BICH H IIEJ _T, IE? MAMIILE. R E8PECTF1ULLY invites Ladies and Genthmen to inspect his stock of Boots and Shoes. The largest and best assorted in the Colony. A literal discount to dealers and to families ordering six pair at once. The '' ade suppllid with Leather and Grindery. HOL.LOw?A'S PrLs.-Liver and stomach Com plaints.-On change of weather, excessive exer tion, or mental trouble, a disttessing pain often arises in the side, shoul...
MEETING OF MERCHANTS AND BOAT-OWNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 18 April 1868
MEETING OF MERCHANTS AND BOAT-OWNERS. A numerous Meeting of the Merchants and Boat-owners was held at Marliion's Hotel, on Thursday the 16th, to make arrangements ...for trucking goods landed on:the Jettatrenailtl?e to the platformni, or some "Receptacle" here after to be constructed. Messrs. Nenwman, Samson, W. D.: Mfoore, D. H. Scott; J. & W. Bateman;, A. Manning, R. King, B. Von Bibra, attended, assisted byMessrs Harford-R. Hunt-J. Tapper and a numerous body of Boatmen. Mr. E. Newman was unanimously voted to the chair ; - Messrs, Bateman hijring suggested a return to carting, as the least expensive mode of conveyance of goods, wrere replied to by Mr. R. King who observed, that the Jetty could not bear the trafic,: and by Mr. L. Samson, who re marked that what was done could not be now a'ltered, 'that iihie Governor expected an answer to his offer, and and he Mr. Samson begged that something might now be done. The. Chairman rose and stated "that the Governor had laid: down...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 18 April 1868
VICTORIA. The Governor has received despatches from the Secretary of State, advising him not lto send up the Darling Grant in the Appropria. tion Bill. The Governor having expressed his iintention of acting upon this advice, the Minstry resigned. Mr. C. B. Fisher is disposing of his racing Stud at Marebyrnong by lottery. There are 2000 tickets of £10 each, They have all been taken up.
REFORM ! REFORM ! ! REFORM ! ! ! To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 18 April 1868
"REFORM-! REFORM I REFORM ! ! I . To the Editor of 7he Herald. SIR,- -- . , .. Every right-thiinking man in Western Aus itralia. who i oir is not in the pay of the present Government, or a toady seeking its patronage. will fully agree in the remarks of Mr. "Wallace Bickley, published in the Herald of the 29th -February ult. - With respect to the two resolutions which Mr. Bickley prepared for the consideration of the Reform Public Meeting. held at the Freemasons' Hotel on .the 21ast February, ult., this is quite certain--that they mnost fully embody the views and coi~equently contain the principles of every sober-minded reformer ; they are so clear, and so well define the political sentiments of almost every colonist, that I trust you will permit. me torecopy them, asfollows ; 1. .'. That it is the opinion of this Meeting, ( the Government as at present constituted has "' neither the confidence of the settlers nor is at .:.all adapted to the pregression of the colony. "lit .is theref...
INTERCOLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 18 April 1868
INTERCOLONIAL. The attempt to Assassinate His Ro ylHigh ness the Duke of. Ediibnrgh,, is the. great 'feature in the intelligence froin the other Colonies.' We have, in ? extrs rupp!ement, ~givea an epitome of the circumsatilees con. nected with this atrocious cirime. ? tie follow. ing are most interesting items-of general news
PUBLIC MEETING AT CHAMPION BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 18 April 1868
FPIWc MEETING AT cOHAJmPION BA Y. esiipu fmcn: eI of a Piblic requisition nume rously signed by.a proper number of town, and co.ntry settlers, the. district Resident Magis frt',..,..Durlacher, Esq., convened a Public - metigin the large room at the YVictoria HItel, Geraldtdn, on Thursday, March 26th, at 11 a.m. Asihat'jla.e about that time he read the pro posal for the Meeting to a numerous gathering of settlers, after which Mr. H. Gray proposed, and several individuals seconded, that Mr. P.ur lacdier'ihould take:the chair. :,,The:.esident Magistrate expressed his wish to. decEiei~edoing ao, not out of any ill-feeling to the Iublic or disrespect to those present, but bpcause Iei:was of .opinion that free expression uncon olled? by Government inflenpe should be al Tlhwd to pubtic opinion at all properly ponduc ted~ieetings. . He Was of opinion that his pre sein te 4th'ichair shoiud not ihfluenceone side or ' ieptli'er, butihe preferred keeping himself fiee to' sct aiid conisidered he...
To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 18 April 1868
To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, The Ratepayers of Fremantle assemble? on Wednesday last for the determination of Town assessment and the general transaction of busi ness. Mr. Newman as Chairman explained his in tention of affixing assessment according to the valuation of property. Mr. L. Samson supported the suggestion and said, " That the present rate of indiscrim inate taxation was opposed to that justice which ought to be done to the humbler class of Ratepayers and altho' he himself would be a loser by the change, still, as it was only fair he would support it." The resolution being seconded by other gentlemen, the proposi tion was about to be put, when the Meeting was astoriished at the assertion of Mr. Mar mion, who statedhis reluctance to pay an in creased rate upon his property on account of the Colony being in a declining state, which would be apt to continue for 10 years. Mr. Daly denied that the Colony was.in a declining state, as he found those persons who kept sober an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 18 April 1868
.- .---?L ·-?- .___w . C:OMMI SSARIAT. S.EN.DERS,; in duplicate, will be re Sceived at the: Cdommissariat Offce; Fremantle, till noon of WEDNESDAY, he2th2 instant, for the supply of the foil lowhing articles, viz; (SERVICE OF CONVICT PRISON, ·FREn RTnI) Baskets-Bread, 3-bushel, No. 6 .. . Clothes . ,6 Bedsteads-Iron, single (stump) " 24 -Bed-' Bolster--Slips .12 ,.D0(I- • . . ...· ··i."-··.13 n. Cases-Hosital Pillow ". 24 (Rugs---sing e "- 183 Bells-Raid - -- -" - 6 1rl'hesisveeping, long-handle"'' * ''50 Calico-Whitge, Twilled, Yards 250 Chimneys-Lamp, Kerosene,. No. 100 u'ustian, Yards 50 'Globes--Lamp, Solar, '"No. * 6 'Hooks and'Eyes--small, " 864 Mats?-Door, ". :24 QA s"30 'Oil ') 7ft.x3ft.-1 pieec ' .Cloth j 4ft; 6in.x2ft. 6in.-1 piece } Ps. 2 -Ovens-Camp, :. :- No. 6 .IPaint--Black (in oil), -: :Pounds 56 Scales-Counter, .'Sets: - 6 Sdissors-Tailors', small,-.. Pairs 24 Steelyaids. (to weigh3QQ 1bi.), sets 3 Strops--Razor, .- .. . No. 4 Thermiometers, - ' ' " 3 'rinmmings-tai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 18 April 1868
For uaritius Direct. ilJReEA ': r^$Se brig ^^210 tofn register, daily expected; d from Mauritius, will return .to that portjimmediately. For'freight or passage, apply-to -3.^ W. BATEMAN, Agents. Frematle,1 19th- March, 1868. 'Mont-hly Sl es by Auction at Geraldton, Ohampion Bay. Y'1T~EE.,E.idersiged beg to ,give .notice .L. to the Public of the Victoria Dis trict that -they intend having .an Auc tion at their Rooms, Geraldton, Champion 3Bay, on the second Wednesday in every imonth. SA:lparties wishing to dispose of Stoc, Ljand,:Runs, or articles of any description, will p-ease give notice at least one clear .weelk before the sale, so that due publi .ity, may be given. SCOTT & GALE, Auctionieerm. Geraldton, Champion Bay, August 29th, 1867 A.R. "WHOS. ,BAILEY 1). G -8 .p ton mteimethat his gMonthly LI Slae sw, jqr. e fturertake place ..t it he w ^k .optpl, ,.pn the second ;tmrday,;ip qh ,.non 14, at noon iPre .A3tiou . a nd ,eneral .gency Office, X".rk, 13th November, 1867. J ...
MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 18 April 1868
MAIL_ OTICE. Mails for transmission by Contract Packet vi King George's Sound will close at the General Post Office, Perth, as under: For Europe, India, Cape of Gdod, Hope &c., on Monday the 27th.April, at 10 a.m. :,:For the Australian Colonies, New Zealand, and Tsiaisia, on Saturday the 2nd May, at lO~m. M: Money Orders for transiission by theabdove coniveyance will be issued; on the Australian Colonies, New Zealand, and Tasmania, up to 11 a.m. on the 30th April, and on the United Kingdon, up to ll1 a.m. on the 24th April. Letters for Registration must be posted. one hour before the closing of the Mail Late Letters on payment of a fee of 6d., may be posted up to 12-30 p.m. A. IHELMICH, Postmaster-General . . General Post Office, 1 Perth, April 14, 1868. ' Sjotire to forrespontents + '.. ..· CmrPs, A.B.,Omega and other communications imust stand over till next week. WE must decline to publish letters that have previously appeared in the other local papers. S A RtRe raPIl b ....
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 18 April 1868
.t'ibipphig jreTitefllgecnr. ARRIVALS. April 11.--CLARENCE PACKET, 48 tons, Eng* lish, master, from Port Walcott ; 38 days out. Passerigers-Mr. Field and family (2), Miss Chapman, and Mr. McLeod. Cargo-57 bales wool and 37 bags pearl-shells. Same day.-Rito,; from Mauritius, with sugsr. In quaratine ground. 13.-FLYING FoAM, 34 tons, Cobb, master, frbm Champion Bay. Passengers-Mr. St6kes, J. Griffin; Mrs. Stanton, and 7 prisoners. Cargo -313 bags wheat, 46 do. barley, 30 do. flour, and 46 pkgs. sundries. Saine day -SEA SPRAY, 35 tons, Thomson, maste,ffriom Irwin. Passengers-Messrs. Hunt and Diockings. Cargo-332 bags wheat and 4do grain. 'DEPARTURES. April 11.--TWINKLING STAR, 59 tons, Han ham, master, for Champion Bay. Cargo-13 cases gin. 4 qr.-casks wine, and 3 cases merchan dise (under bond) ; 67 bags sugar, 24 casksbeer 6 qr.-casks wine, ½ ton sugair, a quantity of tim ber, 1 spring cart, and sundries. Same day.-DoUGLAs, 330 tons; Capt. Hack ing, for Shanghai. CLEARED OUT. 16.--SEA...
THE STORY-TELLER. THE LIGHTHOUSE GIRL. CHAPTER II. HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 18 April 1868
THE STORY-TELLER, THE LIGHTHOUSE GIRL CHAPTER II. &nbsp; HAMILTON. &nbsp; &nbsp; "Will he live, father dear ? oh, tell me ! will he live ?" were the first words ! that burst from the lips of the girl, as her boat touched the shore, and her parent lifted the youth in his arms, and carried him indoors. JJKK "' Please God, he will,":'was the refly " All things are possible with him. But we must use human means. Prepare a. bed; and that qiyickly, child." : "There is none. but mine, was li trembling, confused reply. Y" Yes : yours it must be: fo~ :the vre sent," he continued, without notieixg, ?i his exertlon~ to restore life, "ti6i'?ffbrt that thie speech had caused her. In' a'little, but dairintily thoigh inex pensively furnished, scipulo~i$ lf ei in roomi, Ferdinand Hamilti~ t first' o.?eied his'.eyes from insensibility. Aiothqr short hour spent in :the chilling Wcateri hnd all efforts to restbre: him would have been ini vaini. Perchance too, had he fallen into...
THE STORY-TELLER. THE LIGHTHOUSE GIRL. CHAPTER III. KATE ARLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 April 1868
THE ST01QY-TELLER. . ?...: .. : . . , . 'IH LIGH1ROUS EglRL KATF ALDI~GTOV.:. , y:,'FrvE years pass quickly-almos~t like a di:..eam vhen we took back to them. ..h. e o.o1 lighthouse-reepeer had iopg ibeen ,ad:; the stlructure itself bien rie serted, .a.l jallen into ,decay:; his fir ,daughter goIe noQe kne. whither. F-qr a ttle time .after the depar.tre of her lover, .she heard frorp him regularly. !Then his letters were le~s frequent, -aqd .::less feryvet. At length ;t~hey 'ceased en .tiirely. jt was the old story of ,.man's t-riust and man's forgetfulness. . ,More than fulfilling the promise ,of his -youth, . ,erdinand Hamilton had groFn into a splendil man, so far as outward •beauty :waT , qtceined. The y9uth ,of :niheteen had bjlpssomted into the man ,of. :fousra-atd-twenty, as well in mipd as in ,body. .i?·Sithout a peer among those of his age;, he stood at the bar. Careful, religious .mothers looked coldly upon .himn on ~,ccouut of his sneers ,t all they : in sidered holy; but...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 April 1868
Notice. * A GENERAL MEETING of the Fre~: mantle Yolun~teers will be held at Mfr. Malrmion's Hotel, on THIURSDAY next; the 3s1tinst., at 8 p.m., when im. i portant lusines8 'connected with thwi ? C ?mpIy will be diseussed. L. WORSLEY CLIFTON, S- Lieut. Commainder." F. R.V.O. .Eremat~te,: April 24, 18688 - . - WANTED TA SITUATON in a Farnmer's faamily: A1 as tutor by a respectable young man who has had considerable expenence. For particulars addreas. A. B. oraolf Office Fremantle.
LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 April 1868
LABOR. The maiket is very bare.of all kinds of labor. It is almost impossible to obtain a servant of any discription. We understand Messrs Solomon and Nephews, who have recent'y opened business in this town, intend introducing a few good tradesinen from the other colonies. They are much needed, as the dissolute habits of the tradesmed. in the town, are a source of great an noyance to those who are compelled to. employ them.
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 April 1868
MABRKETS. FLOUr.-The market seems veryunsettled and prices vary. The news by the last mail has caused an advance of £2 per ton, and holders are still unwilling to make large sales anticipating a still greater advance. Colonial may be quoted at £16 to 17 a ton. WHEAT.--Large stocks in the hands of .the millers, but few~farmers have any; those who have are asking 6s. per bushelandnot willing to sell. SBARL?.Y--may be quotedat. 4i to:4s. 6d;. pe. bushels, BEER.-Stdoeks of Buik and Bottle are low, and the, Lady Louisa is anxiously looked for. CoRN Sicxs.--In, great demand-none:in .the market. several mills are idle in consequence. CAnDrEs,.--Etreemely scarce.
GREAT PUBLIC MEETING AT PERTH TO EXPRESS THE INDIGNATION OF THE COLONISTS AT THE RECENT ATTEMPT UPON THE LIFE OF H.R.H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 April 1868
GREAT PUBLIC MEETING AT PERTH TO EXPRESS 'THE INDIGNATION OF THE COLONIST.?AT. THE RECENT AT TEMPT UPON THE LIFE OF H.R.H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. Shortly before 1 o'clo'ck the Court Housebegan to fill. The Sheriff attired in his official costume attended by the city.i dignitaries entered and took their seats. A guard of honor was drawn up to receiveHisExcellency, accompaniedby the band o. the M. R. V. C. Precisely at, I o'clock the band struck up the National Anthem, an nouncing the approach of the Governor, who entered in procession with the heads of depart ments. The gallery was crowded with ladies who evidenced warm interest in the proceedings. Every shade of political feeling and religious thought was fully represented. The Sheriff opened the proceedings, by read ing the requisition addressed to him, and after a few brief remarks proposed that His Excel lency should take the Chair, which was carried unanimously. .His Excellency who was evi dently affected, stated.that he appeare...
CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. NEW COMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 April 1868
CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOQD CUTTER. NEW COMERS. The other day when I'opens thle Hera'd out drops a piece of paper withi' Solomon & Nephews " on it in bigletters, and then a precious long list of what they have for sale, and how cheap they'll sell it. Sup plement, says I, them Hcerald people'sfond of printin'. supplementsi and if they'd only print 'em on paper as people could read, why it'd be well enough, but the. paper tley do print 'em on's' that thin that when yo~u're readin' itif you sneezes ratherhard you makes a hole in it. "Them'sublimates' of thatnasty paper as is always rnnin' dow·r.the Governor, and praisin' the Catholics--as, worships the Pope," says Mrs. Tweedlum, "is a down right disgrace to the Colony--reg'lar transpareut,'whiichis more than can be said for the actions or writin' of them as prints the paper, whichis that dubersome as you cant tell what they means, whether they're a praisin' you or makin' fun of you.; I never do .take the paper, and never would as is...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 April 1868
THE crowded condition of our columns last week, obliged usto omit all reference to the very interesting Meeting, held at Champion Bay on the 26th ultimo. The subjects discussed are far too im portant to be allowed to pass without some notice, and though rather late, we would wish to make an observation or two on some of the questions considered at the Meeting. Four resolutions were brought forward, one for urging on the Government: the necessity of-doing something to stop the drifting of the sand, which threatens to destroy the port and town; the next re commendingthe construction ofa macada mized road from Champion Bay to the Greenough Flats-another setting forth the want of increased Jetty accommoda tion, and the. last proposing the forma tion of a Railway from 'the Champion Bay Jetty, to the town of Northampton and on to the Geraldine mines. With reference to the first, but a few words are necessary. The nuisance and danger of the drifting sand is .fully ad mitted, and the Govern...