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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 May 1868

For Mauritius Direct. T HE fine brig _A? 210 tons register,.daily expected from Mauritius,: will return to "bat port immediately. For freight or passage, apply to J. &. W. BATEMAN, Agents. Fremantle, 19th ]March, 1868.. For Adelaide. SEA KYMPFir,. will sail for the above port on or about the 16th May: next. For freight or passage; apply to T. & H. CARTER & CO. Fremantle, 16th April, 1868. FOR THE:. IRWIN. T HE new schooner - .. EMIL -ill iun regularly between Fremantle and the Irwin. For. freight-or passage apply to R. HARFORD, Or T. & H. CARTER & CO. T. & H. C. & Co. will. receive goods intended for the Irwin, at any time. The Regular Trader for Bun bury and the Vasse, and vice versa., SHE fast sailing schooner • WA TER LIL Y, having been just fitted up with good noa comodation for passengers, equal to any, and inferior to none, on the coast. Any freight sent to Fremantle will be stored firee of charge. For-freight or.-passae ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 May 1868

* ratb. IIAYSOM.-At his residence, Perth, on the 16th instant, MR. GEORGE2 HIAYrSO in the 46th year of his age; a resident in.this. colony of 26 years. i? U erab., SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1868.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 May 1868

... /jbfipping qrport. M ,a z'¶ ARRIVALS. -May-6.L-LES TROI -AMIs, 44 tons, Green, 'master, .frofii Champion Bay. Passenger-Mr. J. Dow. "Caigo-44 bags oats, 127 do. barley, 192 do. .wheat, and 2 cases hams. 18.-WtLD WAVE, 28 tons,.Cross, master, from Vasse and Bunburyv Passengers-Mr. B. Elmes, Miss Gibbons, Miss McCourt, R. Bell, D. Mar tin,W. Ward, John Mansfield, andEllen (native). Cargo--257.-bags potatoes, 29 trusses hay, 2 pkgs. bacon, 10 -bags flour, 8 do. bran and pol lard, .6sets harrows, and sundries. 19.--EMIL SMITH. 142 tons, Captain David son, from. Adelaide, and K. G. Sound. Passen gers--Messrs. Peter, Kohler, and Solomon, Miss Turner, T. Carson, F. Clinch, Mrs. Solomon and infant. - 21.-SWAN, 25 tons, Vincent, master, from Champioi. Bay. .Passengers-Mr. L. Ferguson, and Mrs. Campbell. Cargo-133 bags wheat, 13 do. oats, 22 do pollard, and 112 do. barley. 21.--SEA BIRD,-40 tons, M. O'Grady, master, from Champion Bay. Passenger-Mr. John Elsegood.: Cargo.-331 bags wheat, 1...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE STORY-TELLER. GLENVARLOCK'S DAUGHTER. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 May 1868

THE STORY-TELLER.. .GLENVARLOCK'S DAUGUTER. CHAPTER I.. " Come, haste thee, sister Marian! for fathdr and the Laird are waitin' ye in the court; and Donald 'has lashed the hoinds, and aiuld Jock has got the hooedie. hawks and the eyas in fine trim for the day's .sport--hliaste thee, sister, 'tis a bonny morn upon the moorl" and young Nor man Gaeme, .. a noble lad of fourteen, dressed in breeks and' blouse-the hun ting suit of the Highlands--called loudly at the foot of the winding staircase which led up to his sister's chamber in thetowers of Castle Clonvarlock. The Lady Marian drew on her hunting gloves and tied her crimson snood over the jaunty cap with its band of plaid and tuft 6f plumes; then descended the stone staircase, crossed the old hall with its brahching deer antlers guarding the door, and passed its threshold into the stone paved courtyard whereher young brothler and old Jock, the falconer, were busy with the birds, and Donald held a noble deeihouhd by the leash,, and ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CALORIFIC VALUE OF FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 May 1868

TIlE CALORIFIC V~ALUE OF FOOD., The materiale.for this calculation have, jten supllicd by a series of most valuable experimnents which Chave recently beeri condtucted?lby Dr. Frankland, who pub lished his results in a lecture delivered at the Royal Institution, June 8, 1866. -He . selected some of the most important articles of food, and burnt, one gramme of. each of them in a vessel surrounded with water. He noted carefully the extent to which the. water became heated; from this it was easy to calculate the -calorific value of the food, and.from this its.work equivalent in. metre-kilogrammes. In the case of nitrogenous foods, such as meat and bread, a certain portion always leaves tlie body without undergoing oxi dation. The calorific value of this residue.. was determined by Franldand and de ducted from that of the food, and we. have therefore, for. the first time, a trust worthy statement of the actual force values of these substances, The follow ing table contains a few of the m...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 May 1868

HOLLOWAY's PILLs.-Impurity of the blood.- 'Many cases contribute topoison the blood: fogs, sudden changes of temperature, and diminished Sout~1ir:iexercise are always alloying the circu lation. Holloway's Pills are proved to be the best known Purifiers and Correctors. They thoroughly cleanse the blood and regulate its course and distribution. For coughs, colds, influenza, bronchitis, oppression of the chest, palpiton, gout, and rheumatism these excellent pills have earned for themselves a world-wide reputation: their virtues are extolled from pole to pole, and their general preservative powers universally acknowledged. HIfolloways Fills may safely be taken by Femnales at any age. They will demonstrate tlhemselves to be the surest antaigonists to all disordered actions, and other irregularities of the system. Ex "RIO." From Mauritius. SQUANTITY of Sugar of various qualities, also 50 Bags Dates. T. & H. CARTER, & CO. Fremante, April 30, 1868. 1i6. 5. Just Arrived, Ex "...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A REVERIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 May 1868

The rain is sobbing without, and the east \wind hiuttering among the tfees. It is alonely, l6rn day, with no sun nor warmth; " I listen to the dull splash and moan of the storm, shut up in my chamber, and as I liste~n, an old memiory awakens. . It comes from the long-ago-from my youth- -when the days were golden, and Time wore silver sandals. It has a breath of the old violets and forget-me-nots that loved the green knolls under the orchard boughs, tlouh it has stolen up from the niche in my heart sacred to the .beautiful halcyon days of my girlhood, through in tervening tiines of suffering, close by graves and dark despair. And this old memory brings tears to my eyes. I seem again to see all that it pictures -the cottage, the.garden, the wide green fields; the long strip of yellow sand, the blue-pulsating ocean- beyond, just as .it all lay under an August sky, one day when I was sixteen-a day when I stood on the shore, with the salt waves lapping my feet, and heard Philip Maine dec...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WEST AUSTRALIAN VOLUNTEERS. PRIZE FIRING ON 1ST JUNE, 1868. FREMANTLE COMPANY. GENERAL MEMORANDUM: [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 May 1868

WEST' AUSTRALIAN VOLUNTEERS. PRIrz FIRING ON 1T J?NE, 1868. FREMANTLE COOMPANY. GaENeRAL 3MEORANDUM:N Several prizes: have beeh offered by the Towns-people ofFrpmantle, and by mem bers of this Compeany for Competition on the Firing Rahge, on' the Aiiniversary of the foundation of the Colony, viz,,' the 1set June next ' *the :egulations, !iictiding the different .Ranges to be fired, :and- the classification of the Prizes &c., .&e., have been decided upon by the Committee: ap pointed fo0i~ hat purpose, and thfie' Com mandingofficer has approveda th same.: 1st. The Firing to be under th~ Iythe Regulations. 2nd. No Volunteer will be allowed to: fire whose subscription to 'his. Company is over 3 months in arrear. 3rd. An Entrance Fee of sixpence (6d.) for each competition is to be paid. 4th. The Regulation Long Enfield will be the only weapon pasei, 5'th. A ,pull of 6 lbs. :,welght will be enforced. for every Rifle used in the competition. 6th. The 1st. and 2nd. Winners o...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. A SMALL DINNER PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 May 1868

CHIPS BY A. SANDAL WOQD SA SMALL DINNER PARITY. Idontknow anythii' better than a dinner; agooddinnerofcoursein my wayI aintbleen used to many good ones durin' my life and it ain't long ago since I used to think that nothin' could beat kangaroo, pork, damoper, and te? .Bat them. .o tastes is leavin' inme; and since i'v, ben taken some notice on by the upper cruist; of this Colony, IEm ge'ttin' to like better things-though the first time as I eat a piiee of what they calls a blank manger, I spit it out, and says to the feller as give it ue, "if you has a funcy for eatin' the cold starch as is left over from the gettin' up of the family linen lairi't-sodon't give rue no more," and they all bursts out lar fin. But P've got wiser since then, and like a good many more in the Country don't like bye gones rakin' up and throw ?u' in my tejth. "I don't mind:it so much among them as was no better themselves, 9hen they domeeto tue Colony as Daud am Donothin' says, but it riles me, a bit to ear ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
RANGES AND PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 May 1868

RANGES AND PRIZES. The following is a List of the different Ranges to be fired,' and the Pizea to be awarded : 1st. Competition-For all Volunteers being Members of the West Australiah Force. Distance - 200, 400, and 600 yards. Seven (7) shots each distance. 1st. Prize.-A Patent Keyless Silver WTateh, (presented by the Towns-people of Fremantle), and to be engraved with the name of the winner. 2nd. Prize.-A Set of Four Decanters .elaboratbly cut and engraved, (presented by the Townse poople of Fremantle). 3rd. Prize.-An elegant Cruet Stand, (presented by Messrs. Carter &'Co.,. Fremantle). 4th. Prize.-A cluster of Vases, (presented by .Lieut. Clifton) F.R.V. L (The time allowed for breaking off will be determined on the ground). 2nd. Competition--For Members of the Fre mantle Company only. Distances.-200, 250, and 300 yards ::Seven (7) Shots each distance. 1st. Prize.-A single barrelled Gun complete (presented by Corporal Mar nmion) F.R.TV. ;2nd. Prize.-A fanciful bachelor's C...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
REVIEW. W. A. Church of England Magazine. FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 May 1868

RE V I IW. IV. A. ,Cnurch of Engand ainasie. FFOR MAY. Our notice of the Magaizine for this month has been delayed, iirst by our copy having by some mistake:in the Post-of fice been sent to .auother paift of the Co lony, and next by. an unusual press of other matter. The number under notice deserves special coimnendation. It is one of the best, if not the iest niinbert.at has been published, and coritains 'a large amount of useful and plehsant reading. The portion that has hitherto been printed in Engiand is now printed in the Colony, and though the former no doubt had its ad vantages, yet we approve very much of the course adoptedthis month, of getting up .the whole of it in the Colony. It leaves more room for interesting local intelligence, and gives the publica-. tion a greater claimto support. The tales that appeared from time to time in the English portion were very Wiell in .their way,.but scarcely" adapted for readers of the Magazine in this Colony, who are a very different c...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. KOHLER'S ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 May 1868

MR, K(OHLER'S ENTERTAINMtFENT. On Wednesday and Friday- evenings Mr. Kohler, the celebrated German Wizard,. ap Speared before'numerous West Australian au Sdienceist the Odd Fellows' Hall, Fremantle, SThe spectators, both during the perfor Smances and at their close expressed in the most I unequivocal manner their appreciation "ofthe' Stalent displayed by this, one of the very best masters ofsliglitof-hand and diablerie we have ever seen. M aany of his tricks were new tois, and were admiii;ably executed, to thediscomfitureofothe~r non-professiorinal tricksters, who 'were weak Senough to imagine, that-they could.at least dis concert this most self-possessed Manipulator of-cards, eggs, ribbons, rabbits and pigeons, not a few of which were present as spectators, and.who were fully persuaded that the Herr had formed an unholy compact with a person age, whose nnie we must declIne giving, other wise we might lose some of our fastidious subscribers. SIt is impossible for us to describe the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 May 1868

SSTATISTICS FOR 1867. The following Returns have been com piled by the Government for the year 1867 :- POPULATION. Males 13,934. Females 7,779. Total 21,713. Births' 754-; deaths, 363 ;.marriages, .168. . EDUCATION. Number of Government Schools 42. Number of scholars in attendance 1,384. COLONIAL FUNDS. Revenue £90,430 16s. 3t. Expenditure £89, 501 14s. lOd. IMPERIAL EXPENDITURE. On convict & military account £114,209 2s. 2d. LAND AND .CULTIVATION. Land granted and sold acres 13,936. Land under lease-Pastoral acres 11,727,301. Land u.der Tillag1slaesej aerei ,242. Total 11,79G, 2.43. Free runs, North District--acres 5,905,000. NUMBER OF LIVE STOCK. Horesa 17,297. Horned cattle 45, 962." Shaep 637,597. Goata 4,564. Pigs 14,823. * EXTENT OF LAND UNDER CROP. . S' Wheat 25,821 acres. Barley 4207. Oats 1,628. Rye 990.- Potatoes 422. ,Maize 82. Vineyard 674. Kitchen garden 620. Hay and green crop II,075. Total number of acres under .crop 46, 519. .. . . _. · , • - . m m ? s ml : P...

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ECHOES FROM THE CITY. (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 May 1868

ECHOES FROM THE CITi. (Communicated.) The Metropolis has been unusually lively this week. In addition to the attraction of the "Birthday Ball" the forthcoming Regatta has tended in a mild degree to arouse the Inhabi tants of" Sleepy Hollow." In these degene rate days--when sporting Reporters might sleep all the year round except on the two days of the W. A. Race Meeting-it is indeed a treat to hear that about ~70 (including entrancen money) has been collected to contri bute to the amusementof the Publie on Mon day next-that the Regetta will certainly prove a success appears at present a foregone con clusion. Twenty-seven entries have been made and the entry for two runs is still left open. The Hon. Sec. deserves the thanks of the Public ; may he win the only race which he has entered for. And now comes a most hstounding piece of news ! Not content with the amusements and dissipation before mentioned, the Bachelors intend to.give a Ball on Wednesday the 3rd June. Is it the adverit of...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CLEARANCES AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE, FREMANTLE, DURING THE MONTH OF APRIL. 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 May 1868

CLEARANCES AT THE CUS-, TOM HOUSE, FREMANTLE, DURING THE MONTH I OF APRIL. 1868. S a, d Spirits, 1926 galls. ........ ...... 1155 12 0. Wine, 26 galls. ....... ... ... .2' 12 0 Tobacco, manufactured, 4140 lbs. 362 5 0 Tobacco. for Sheepwash, 550 ... 6 17 6 Cigars, 362 lbs. .. ...4.... "45 5 0 Beer, Perry and Cyder, 1500 galls. 25 0 0 Coffee, . .............. Tea800 lbs. ...... ... .......... 6 13 4 Sugar, moist, 1465k cwts ...... 219 16 6 Sugar, refined, and Candy . ... Advaloremr Goods ...... ........ 6 9 2 Sandalwood, exports, 275 tans _... 88817 . 6 Total ............ 1899 8 0

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 May 1868

. To the Editor ofh The Hera.ld SIR,---I S:.Allow me a'little space in your journal for thd following :- - 'Fo irhat purpose are Imperial Convictstranw. ported hither ? Is it to afford them an oppor tunity to recover themselves, (they are told so at embarkation), or is it to keep up a staff of resi dent officials ? I maintain that it is the former, and that re moved as they are from Home to where little peospect of .obtaining booty exists, it. is very likely an honest endeavor will be" mide at last more so than if they returned to.their old places andhaunts, Either benefits tile Colony-offi cials spending Imperial Pay, and Convicts earn ing their own livlihoods. One is fluctuating, limited, and too often carried out of the Colony, the other is the acknowledged source of all co lonial progress. It is nnt storekeepers and offi cials, nor officials and storekeepers, of whom tihe q4uestion is asked ; but of those who have the in terests of the Colony at heart, Sir, I have also' understo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 May 1868

People's Monthl$y ales, B a.' HOAS CO ISAN WILL Sell by Auction on WEDNESDAY, June 3rd, 1868. WITHOUT RESERVE, AT HIS AUCTION MART, High-S treet, Frznmantle, 4 GREAT :variety of elegant and 1. useful articles, including Drapery, L.Ldiea' and Gents': Clothing, Gold Watches, Silk Barege Shawls, Damask Table Cloths, Household Furniture, Pictures, Cheese, Cigars, . Currants, Whips, -Sweets, Black Cbth, Pipes, dlocks, Matches, Weights, Tea, Ginger, sugar, Glassware, Coats, Prints, Gent's Drawers, Fancy Dress Pieces, Ladies' Tweeds,. Rum, Brandy, Butter, Jams, &c;, &c., &c. • ALSO, 1 York Dray, and 1 Two Horse Cart, aud'a superior Timber Whim, quite new. TERMS CAsH. i.uction Mart, High Street. ) Fremantle, May 6, 1868. ( Coasting Steamer. HE'Meeting respecting the purchase T of a COASTING 'STEAMER having been adjourned to Wednesday, 3rd June, at the Freemason's Hotel, at 3 p.m., all persons taking an interest in such an importantproject are particularlyrequ?sted to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 May 1868

For Adelaide. T ZEA lMP H, willsailfor the above port on or about ..the 16th May next. For frsight or passage apply to - .T. & H. CARTER & CO. Fromantle, 16th April, 1868. FOR THE IRWIN. THE new schooner run regularly between Fremantle and the Irwin. For freight or passage apply to H. BARFORD, : Or T. & . CARTER,& .O. T'. ; H 0. & co. will receive geods intendedifr the Irwin, at any time. "1 The Regla r: Trader for Bun bury arid the Vasse, and vice versa. TfHE fast sailing schooner T WA ER I; LILY, having been just fitted up with good ac conmodation for passengers, equal to any, and inferior to none, on the coast.. Any freight sent to Fremantle will be stored free of charge. For freight or passage apply to SJOHN LEWIS, Cliff Stieeut Fremantle. May 5, 1868. 1... .IRPORTANT NOTICE. $hortly after the arrival of the " Lady Louisa" I[. D.i B. RIANISCO Writ Sit, by.'tblie Auctionr, it his Mart £1Ei? t_, .-- ,. - A L o .dsigninent f" 8fASON . - ~A·B·...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 May 1868

" THE willingness of. journalists to be un fair to each other is frequently the sub j5ct of surprise and contempt - to the out side world, and yet the public is substan tially ign6rant of the extent to which this unfairiness is sometimes carried. Now andithen the people are treated to out bursts of recrimiiiative vituperation in the columns. of certain newspapers, which then seem for a space to be conducted by individuals who blend the foolishness of youth with the dogmatism of age 'in a manner at once pitiable and ridiculous; 'and on these occasions thie people laugh and sneer and ask each other what pos 'sible dependenee cani be piacedL in;thie statesmanship or general sagacity of men who show themselves so deficient in that 'firsttattribute of successfnl leadership--- self-command. Weakness of this sort is open to the popular judgment, for they who run can read and condemn it. But there are other meannesses practised by journalists toward each other which usu ally fail to reach t...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 May 1868

:;i-Abippinga tP~ort. AkRIVALS. May 22.-CLARENCE PACKET, 48 tons, English, master, from Champion Bay. Passenger Charles W~ebber. Cargo-l10 bags wheat, 30 do. oats 110 do. flour, 81 do. bran and pollard. Same day.--FLY uo FoAM, 33 tons, Cobb, mas ter, from Champion Bay. ,Passenger-). Com oran. Cargo-247 bags wheat, 62 tags wheat, 7 do. pollard. 23.--ARABIAN, 26 tons, J. O'Grady, master, Passengers-Miss Rleddaway, J. McGibbon, and .? others. Cargo-306 bags potatoes, 12 trusses hay, k-ton oil, and sundries: . DEPARTURES. May. 23-ELIZA :BLANCHE, !70 tons. Captain Owsten, for Hong Kong. Passengers-Dr: Alexandra and A. V. Marchant. Cargo-91l tons flour, and 961-tons sandalwood. 26.-ARGO, 33 tons, J. Turner, master, for Port Walcott. Passenger-J. Turnbull.; Cargo -L5 bags flo~r and 3 pkgs. sundries Same day. -FLTING FoAM, 33, tons, Cobb, master, for Cliampion B-ay. Passengers-M-rs. Trigg, Mrs. Strickland and child. Cargo--30 bags potatoes, 40 bundles shingles, and a quan tity of timber. Sa...

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