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GOLD DIGGING IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

GOLD DlIGGIING IN QUEENSLAKND. ". hiElve seen a little of bush. life out oere, having beein.to the Crocodile didg gi;gs:anid also to several gold-bearing red~s. Yesterday a party of horsemern started off to a :cef, and I will endeavour to describe the nuture of this gold conn try,i and the difference between a quartz reef and an alluvial d~gging. The weather was exquisite, and tihe rout lay through an unbroken expanse of t ree country with no scrub or low bushes, and. often the undulations re s~embledEnglish park scenery. At t.hc distance of eight miles from the town we came upon some bush huts. The rioad through tho bushi is, strictly speaking, a tract. Some one had dis covered* the diggings and "squatted" there. :Othcrs arrive, .having ."blazed" -their way :along the trees-tliat is to say, thej3 cut out a large piece of lark to mark the road.', At thete huts l;ved the n on who were working the reef. Nothing could pos sibly look more unpromising ·for gold, it' being a flat, hard, f...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TENDER ACCEPTED Colonial Secretary's Office. Perth, 28th April, 1868. B. MASON, [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

TENDER ACCEPTED. -0 .Colonial Secretary's Office, SPerth, 28th April, 1868. S B. I.so-, To.supply 1500 feet run of Mahogany Tim er, 9 x 2, at per load £3 15s. S .By RHis.Excellency"s command, S.FREED. P. BARLEE, Colonial Secretary.

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOM SPRING AND THE PRINCE REGENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

TOMRi SRG AND lTE PRINOE REGENT. - Itis r~a thaitprohabl e thatthe statement of Georoe Iy.:driving TomSpringtoafight. is aity?hn: . The Tefirst fight which brought piipng into any prominent notice in the. prize rinig was the battle which came off: oni. Micledham Dbwrns on April 1, 1818, : ith :Pailte, Spring was tnen looked ? au i novice:--thi odds being 7 to 4 upon PainTtti - t- Sprinfg defeatedhiz. :Siriig s next essa, .wa th,-Qarter, on. May 1, !81.9, on Orawley Downs,. in w- h: he::avsaagainthevictor. In a description of the figoit and its attendant circum staies,.it is stated " the amateurs pre seait w~ireof-the highest distinction, many nxobleen itandfbreigners of rank being oi i thie grounit' .' No inention is made of ioj;ity?; and it is scarcely possible, vicious as the age. was at that period, that ·the, Prince Regent would even be present ti : ??o1 fighit, much iess drive down one of the r: combatants. His memory has sufficient : to answei for, without this additional blot...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1868. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, 28th April, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

Comptroller General's- Office, Perth, 28th 4fpril, 1868. Inquiry from England having ben made res pecting 5272 Henry Dunn, who eceived a Condi tional Pardon 28th September, 1865. 4412 John Parker, who received a Conditional Pardon 4th August, 18'4. 6075 George Eva-ns who received a Condi tional Pardon 24th'December, 1867. 7327 Joseph .ishmore, who received a Coli ditional Pardop 2nd June, 1866. If these 'mc are still in the Colony they are requested Jo furnish their addresses to this Office. HENRY WAKEFORD, Comptroller GeaenV--" WE understand that on SIi last the Vener able Archdeacon Bro?arpreached asermon advo cating the claims othe Protestant orphan child ren under the&~,isting law, driven to the dreas ful alternftive of seeking shelter. within the walls of'ihe polluted building, mis-called the Home. In pressing for the assisstance of the. we.~lthy members of the protestant churches,.es pecially those of the Church of Eng!andhe paid a just and graceful trihute of the incr...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
AMERICAN RAILWAY TRAVELLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

AMERICAN RAILWAY TRA?EL-?= LING. The laying ofa tlird raiI on the Canada" Great .Western ,Railway- has jnst com. pleted a rout0 of uniform gauge betwe6n: Chicago:and New ,York and Boston. The? ilauguralf t:ain had soue luxurious novel ties.of travel. Amonng them ~as a hotel~ cai- with a ]itlo,: kitclhen. At each seat tablels cni at once be put up, and on the piasengier touching a bell cord a servanit piormptly respoPdsn witha bill-of foare fron. which the -trdllorsel:ctsf su$ch cdibles asbest .it. hifl ad is ..pr1eent.ly" enj oy ing all: ?ihe coiufoi ts of an admirably; cooked aid ser..ed meal,; whilel ,gqoinjt at the riate c:i fo?: 14y aiiles an hour.,?-, T. palho sleepiig cais, the Mayflower' and the iOityoof-Detroit,- 'also went through: without. chInge. Eal:h contains six sofas audnitwentvysix seats. - The finest of Wu1?-i. ton carpeting covers the floor the: wood-i work is all black walnut, carved hand inlaid with gilt i windows and ceillng ar ornamented in the Mooriis~ style, ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DARDANUP THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

DA'RDANUP.- .X .. (From our own Correspondent) .:. r:. 'THE:TURF . . . On Easter Monday the little village of:.Dar danup was a scene of that favourite national passtime of the Colonies, Horses Racing.,- The weather on which so much depends, was most propitious, and the few showers, which, we .had previous to the-race day-tended to;lay; '.'tl dust and make the roads pleasant travelling The racing was not attended by any very mi-, ftresting results, and partook mote of 'Holiday fun than of reafl business. The attendance was large, a great number of the elite of Bunbury,, and the neighbouring districts being ipreseint. There were no accidents, not even a fiht. aid: everything passed off pleasently, and' in gooid time. . J: The day's entertainment was wound up, with a village dance. - On the following day a Cricket Match was phiyed between eleven 'whites," 'and .elee Blacks; the whites winning by one run, :witi,. four wickets to go down. The Bl.icks iplayed'a good and safe game ; so lon...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PAYMENTS FOR WHEAT AND FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

MPAYMENTS ORVIILTE AN]) I : The staistis;es for /the 5ir as ?s': thft e" valu, of wheat aiid ~oui impoited into te Ijnited -Kn'n'&'£96 jduallY' ,be omiing complete. In ~the nine mo?tbi n;d Septem br~ii t.ib 30th t wlehis y ,£ ,opiaid of -1866 'rriesddi 6 a137;96'": l6in the co.es p?ndin;5fi;pin0 oft 18whe orlwheati 365 -as dobtti i-re4 ith £2,6o0,528 to the correspondua" 'date of 1986 anid £1, 560O208:to0 the cor~respond ino ~date :of 1865) Duriig~he Wvhohk oif 1866 Lhe phiy 'nintsi made-for; Wheat Were '£12,983, 090, amixdifoejfdidr £3 796 911 lk. 186o, foi wieat-£9,775;616, and foi flour £2,622,838; in 1864, foir he't £10, 674, 654, and.for flo?t m 2,' 832, 200 ;in 1863, for wheat £12;015,006, and for flour £3, 522,981 ; in 1862, for wheat £238,203,800, and for flour £5,387,084; in -1861, for wheat £19,051,464, and for flour £4,945, 635 i a'1860b for wheat? £16,5541083, and for flour £4,320,5&8 ; in 18159, for wheat £8,713,532, and for flour £2,392,925; in 1858, fo...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

To the Editor of Th'eHerald.: . SIR, Talking over the affairs of the Colony vwith a friend a few evenings since in'regard to itspre-r srian d future prospects, bur conversation natur ajy turned to trade in general, and we could not. but help regretting that no statistical returns, be:-ond the mere meagre ones furnished by the, Custom House authorities, were obtainable. Even in the small compass to which the trade of the colony is at present confined, a statistical return, with articles enumerated, and thedeclared value of the various exports and imports to and from each place, would be of inestimable. service, it would be a guide to the mercantile community, both here and abroad, and if published quarterly point out the progress or otherwise of tradein general. Much surprise has often'been. expressed 1,t the large amount of .coin sent by .the Banks from this colony during the past year to. the neighbouring colonies and elsewhere-such is easily accounted for, it.not being the Banks b...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE LATE DISMISSAL OF VOLUNTEER OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

THE :"LATE :DISTi[SSATJ I OF' YOL; UNiTEE1R OFFOIICES. The fqirteen offiace tisthe48th 'Middle-i sex- Hils ' ;hoiivino :alleged d1icompeo tency onithe drart of: Lieute?ant: Colonleli Ci uickshanl.l is coinmnding officer, ;ei. Iefitly sefit . a memojiiall tdo -the Lorl: Lieutenantd i skin'for 'an: iiiquin, ariid eirle disnlscd~th~ek Setheeoet'iy ot State Nfora?i , :ilarvel iiae eceived the followiilg replyi to a seoQgnd' memorial addressed Sto -Si .'Jhnt 1akiigon 4soliciting ghimmt irescind such order,.to'granlt a?abilinquiliy, o to (pei nlitdthembito iesic'n,'ifnstendi of iiflicting)upi t 'them:r the' lextveme andft uii r e uiinishinentiofdismhissailt' Oftice; Febrtiay y12,888'-9'Sir,--Inf' directed by Secretaiy-SiiS Jli`hinPaking-' 'ton',,,to~ acknowledge.- the receiptg oa mneonal signed by'yglyself and' thi teenb genitlemenp icendy.holding cemmis, aLonse in the 48lMiddlesex dIifle .Yol unte~~-o r ps a"nd i tam t.o infomai you that the oictayt-r ! of Stago -Ere- rts-4hat ho cannotI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

C OMMI SSARIAT. r ilNDERS, in duplicate, will be re Scoried at this- Ofie until NOON on'ON1DAY next, thle 4th Mlay, for thle supply of the undermentioned articles : Bed Cases ., . N. 1 20. Bolster do. .. . .. 50. Basins-Aoetal Galvanized. .. 60. Hair Brooims:.. .. .. 150., Hand Sorubbois - .. . . 50. Water Cans, Zino : . 60. Ladles, Soup,: Metal . . 12. Mops .. 200. Frying -Pans ' .. 12. Pote, rouirnd ron, 2, 4, & 6 gal. 20. Coir, .. . lbs. 6,000. Boards, Bed, ., No, 60. Trestles for do., pairs .. pairs 75. The articles to b. delivei-ed into the Commissariat Magazine, Perth, by 20th May next. Samples to accompany the Tenders. Specifications of the B3ord arid Trestles may be seen at the Clerk of Works' Office, Perth: V. .W. 0. HAWKINS, Assist. Com. Gom. in charge. Commissalaria, Porthi, rW.A., 28th April, 1868. For Adelaide: - (Calling at K. G. Sound.) r E Schooier JL PFE-BRID GE, Captain Smnidt, will sail for the Sabove ports, about the 14th of For freight or passage apply t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

For MauritiusDirect. STIrHEfine-brig ?j 210 tonis registor, daily expected from Mfauritius, will return to .that port immediately. For freight or passage, apply to J. & W. BATEMAKN, Agents. Fromantle, 19th Marech, 1868. For Adelaide. T'. THE Brig •L SEA NPY?P , will sail for the above port on or about the 16th May next. For fireight or passage apply to T. & H. CARTER & CO. Fremantle, 16th April, 1868. People's Monthly Sales. MR. THOMAS CORRIGAN WmIL sell by Auction, at the Qddfellows' Hall, Fremantle, on . SATURDAY, MAY 2nd, 1868 A LARGE quantity of Miscellaneous Articles, comprising Household Furniture, Pictures, Music, Crockery ware, Watches, Drapery, M~illinery, :Ladies Boots, Parasols, Men's arid Chil drens Clothing, Crimean Shirts, Clocks, Stationerv, Bells,. Holloware, Lamps,. Shoemaker's and Cooper's Tools, Brushes, Soap, Soda, Oilskin Coats, Fry's Choco late, Cigars, M]en's Boots, Wellingtons, Lace-ups, . Bluchers, and Elastic Sides, Huckaback, &a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

Tin very favorable reception -the Herald hlas met with 'from the public since 'it com;nenced its career, shewn-by alarge and constantly increasing circulation, has induced the proprietors, .at great ex pense, to make arrangements for the per manent enlargement of the paper. For the future, the Herald will be of the size' of the present number, and the. p'roprie tors hope they will thus be enabled to give their readers a larger and more varied quantity of readable matter thei~ is contained in any other journal pub: lished in the colony. No expense will be spar d to obtain. the latest, fullest, and most accurate information from all parts of the colony, and every effort will bemade to give re liable rieports of the Shipping, Law and Police Courts, and P.ublic Meetings.: 'The proprietors would beg again, to state, what was put forth in their first prospecchis, that the .erald is thoroighly' independent in is principles; and repre sents no class or. party but wilIcontinue, as it has, th...

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Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

MS~ipping Report. ARRIVALS. April 24.-TwINKL'?G STAR, 59 tons, Hanham master, from Champion Bay. Passengers--Mrs. Ridly and child, and Chas. Jeans. Cargo-230 sack flour, 60 do. wheat, 184 do barley, 40 do. bran, 11 hides and sundries. April 27.-LIDERTY, 54 tons, Moir, master, from Melbourne. Passengers--Mr. and Mrs. Hooley and child. Same day.--MAUDiE, 26tons. T. O'Grady,master, from the Irwin. Cargo-112 sacks wheat, 136 do barley, 8 ditto gum. Same. day.-SEA BIRD, 40 tons, ML O'Grady, .from Champion Bay. Passenger-Mr. K. Brown. Cargo.-220 sacks wheat, 67 do barley, 114 ditto 'bran, and 50 ditto oats. • April 28.-FREEBRIDGE, 91 tons, Smidt, mas ter, from Adelaide and King George's Sound, Passengers from Adelaide--frs. French. Mris. Edwards, Mr. Hind; from King Georges' Sound. Mr. MeKenzie. Same day.-ELIZABLANCHE, 170 tons, Owston master, from Batavia. May 1-SEA SPnAT'.--30 tons, Johnson, mas ter, ifrom the Irwi~n River. Passengers-J. Green, R..Cousins, M. Flanagain. Cargo--341 bags ...

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ENGLAND IN THE RACE OF INDUSTRIAL COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

ENGLAND : Il THE RAGE OF IN S:USTARI?Ij: COMPETITIONE SAt the auniversaiy of thellondT oAss6-~ ciation -f.-Fifremei.Egengineers--held .on. Satulday evening,' r. IReed, the chief? constiucbti ofthie nay adverted to the giesat battleotetw-ieen shps and? "tih'i -said hIe was not afri aT.evdiiaiiotnitiie pre senbe of t~ae GhaUrniilahn:-to'kclaiee his Ile-: lief ththtI?th? iime hiaacldinot oyet arii~ived wheni the ship mitust strike its flai to tlie gunk TjIhe ChairumaLAt (M Joseph Whit worith) andcli-ih iselhad mt before' oii the griound atSh'oebuiynesis, aniwhea tPlid Whitworilh haid prokhided that gnui whichK wouidbeith 'khihiest'efoijt of his Igehiuas", lihb ablievedi thatt iwe co?l? ?till buiild-? ?ship which would be' able :toi cafry thieV guai, and gould plate the sides?with aimoui whichivoilt b& able to idisi it. Hie h'eld tha at Mthis miomneit wel couild prodiuce- a shlipiwhich 2neirithr Fi ench? Aieicaniy,- noir - veii E.hlihi ?, 6ileiy, with all its power of penetBrati...

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GUICHEN BAY BOILING-DOWN ESTABLISHMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

-i GUICHEN BAY BOILING-DOWN s - ; ..ESTABLISHMENT i This establishment being now in full.opera ;tion, adescription of the premises, mode of .operation, and.some of the results may. be interesting to your readers. The premises are coinveniently. situated 'about three miles from Robe andi midway, between the two. mainup ..country i roads. The spot is fine open country; feceefrom dust, and covered .with thick grass, whlidc even now is green. 'lThie biildings consist "of a tallow-shed'60 feet-lonig, by 30 -'feet wide, which contains the machir inerry, -:viz.r, three Van Heinert's patent :boilers: 9 feet high,' by-6 feet in diameter,;set; ,onr a.stack lbrick. furnace, arid capable of hold-: :iiig frogin250 to 1300 carcases each ...Parallel! 'vith',thet:tallowshed,-dis the , slaughtering:qone, aida.passae .rfeet ide divides.them.... The slaughteri~g shBed 'i 60 fee loiig,, by 25 feet .wide Oen. railings .divide 'tlen f inito fi e co mparitmnts; eachof hich has a idoor open mi'- to tlie' s...

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Peseful Willa, Woodman's Pint. To the Hediter of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

Peseful'Willa. Woodninais Pint: To tlihe Hediterof The Herald'' : - :SIR, Wunse more i ave Returned to the'kuntree of 'my.adopshun. ?i--sojjcrnhin :Hadelaid.is dun: me a wurld of good, and my krediturs is hoff mi track, konsequenty:i rites. hin a' more chereful strane, hand i as a more opeful vue of things in general espesherly as the soldiers is -cumnmin', when.they_ cumi serpqse the Hofficers will give grate.,parties, and av mueethu--,cn l..and otheti'ise. i liadminre ineetin's, espesherly.con-. wi~ ial, i was at sium meetinl's the other day wielic :wisnoti conwivial: nor yet. seerius " in fact:its diffikelt fop a r?pusson like miself, to kpmlprend ein at orl. Mifriend Waspy, (WV. spy isp inot.a bad feller only e ioill pole fun ait pebple), sez he th me; Cavy mi boy_-let is g to tthe hindignashun meetini? Wot inWididgnashun-Meetind sz?i -:leve me, ?.am apussonl as dont like: hindignsliun, it al~lwez.puts me in mind of hangry kreditrturs,and i dontlike it , Sez c, yuve knu to Hadel...

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SAICRETS O' DOUBLE MANIN' (CONTINUED) BY BARNEY O'KEEFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

SAIRETS O'DOUBLE M\DAN "' .(CONTINUED) BY BARINEY O'KEEFE. MISTHER HERALD, I towld you before that:Mr: O'Finn promised to let me know sumthin' more about the saicrets o' dobble nmanin', an' how to get at the'Big Wages, but, faith its. himself is nearly out wid me intirely for puttin' it in the paper, for, sez he to me," Barney," sez he, are you'takin' lave o' yer sivin sinses, to be afther writin' like that? bedtd if I knew you wor goin' to tell ould Cur ramore about it, back luck to the manin,' aither double or single you'd get out o' me at all at all :an' as for themystheri..o' the Big- Wages, Iwont tell you a word.sez Ihe, .fo once a. thing i gets intoa paper there's no tellin' lhee it runs to or whbo cums acrass it, an' it wouldn't do at all for the half starved tax payers o' the ould? i world to be afther larnin' the m anin' o'sichjaw.i brakers as, "Incidentals," Sundhries," "Abori gines,;' " Explorations," an' thiim sort o'-things. "" Arfah avic machree whats the nianin' o' th...

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JOURNAL OF AN EXPLORING TRIP IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF THE ASHBURTON RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

JOU~RNAL OF NEPOIN R] 1 W• fisnrc., APRIL 10 1867 It had beendi-. ra?etdthat hI- Smtili tr ld inY dYrel iVru to-day, atd1 tlit~t Messrs. Seymour and'GrGnt f9ol low up the McKeziite? cik l6r four and fiv?. days, and then .if ipossible'they will coome in to the towsi~teby tliheU UppI r"l'id ?' te 'dc~u?r-ra tions are running very short wie obyilto o ?3.':: !ti " days supplies with us---and thiat 'at i? uu~i' ls~ than a 1 lb. of floir per ddeem per 1ni .in no meat except wheatever game-we cn- stioo~t"Of our return trip thcireis tnot mchi' tobe sauid furth'er thlafi--thatw ies'?v is mo tii, '(? A;sh biirtoniCouintry is convinced us- -tilit is inot worth taking up.ns tlids tese.isns aice soii unc~i~rtiei n6 'raiks haviig fs:lleni fo'rithrce or ?0ior 'earis. We Str?rlk the HRaiidy River ' miles to tlie iestL ward of Miouit Wall, aind folloied it diiiwn -'o?he distsYace ibut finding no water we",ccc obhigehl. to leave it aniid striike for' the Ahlibii:ton whiikih we struck i mile to the so...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

To the Eitor of Te; erald SIR ;. ? - , . . - , - . I'm an old settler and hope you'll oblige .ie by putting in the following- :??,. . Good mornlng N?oodle, whein' ~ as you dbown to Fremailtle last:?8.. " -I only go occasionally :to see Aunt Rushin, but she often -sends 'up; ?the 'Herald paper." -r --, ' S.ell, .says ,- '.s there m'lch news in it? " Somnetimes," :sys "she " I'lli tell you last Satlurdajs ppr had a fine o in it from. old friend Sandal 0oo'd Cifuter. "And ihiat thi:devil as all that about ?" " He was ttdkizng fier lawed ablout the £Iereld pap erand "pieces of ullird iripedrdbping froni: it whlien lie obpened: thc. pinr t -irea:d it.: Ie said: there was lo,1g .lipshp f' papcr witli adavertise-' ment fofNfe:w ei iiers from ine other ..place Solom1oni? & Nep?lens; and his oppnpio.n .as tlis, •Noold; itey) swoiilin 'tiie underi siel our:old, CoInoals E t?' ikerIepe~s But atit Rshin £ent us ailetter the o'therhlay, "and said-- shle'd sein some ~of thiaeNew Conrers, ...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 May 1868

:To the Editorb of The Heraldd... " SIR, Encouraged by reading your lLuriane anidien sible remarks in the second articleof your :isue of. the 11th instant, I wish throigh the iIedium of your paper, to draw the attention of'my brother settlers to a question, than which there can be none of more ihnportance to its at the present time, a question the settlement of which will involve the weal Or woe of oursocial sys tem for ages to come. Some years back it:eii gaged the attention bf all our leading men, but lately through theinfluen'ce of a hot house, ino~ rality has been hooted off the stage. : :-; First, let us endeavour t: realize a pliin equit able view 6f the case, the Imperial Goiernment' asked us to receive their crimnals, we replied, we are' willing to receive, men of good charactert;· few years elapsed, and the 'mniore considerate and unimpassionate men amongst us, began 'to :see the responsibility of our position, and the danger which threatened the morality of our social sys ...

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