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SCRAPS. THE ROMANCE OF A GLOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

SCRAPS. •THE:ROMANCE OFr A GLOVE (By HI. SAVILLu CLARKEz.) :eres on my desk it lies, .HereRas thedaylight dies. One small glove just her size- . SSix and a quarter ; Pearl-ray, a colour neat, .: Deux boutons all complete, a Faint-scented, soft and sweet.;: Could glove be smarter ? Can I the day forget, Years ago, when the pet Gave it me ?-where we met' SStill I remember; Them 'twas the summer-tirns; SNow as I write this rhyme ... Children, love pantomime 'Tis in December.. S'Twas ere my beard was grown ; Foolish I was, I own ?; Yet I loved her alone Oldest of Stories. I haid a silly head; We know what Horace said, "Nec srerne, puer," I read, "Dulces amores." Fanc? myboyish bliss SWhe tshegave me this, S And how the frequent kiss . Crumpled its fingers ; S-Then she was fair. and kind, Now, when I've changed my mind, Still some scent undeflin'd On the glove lingers. SSafe-in my pocket then Kept.I this glove, an d when ':. Scoffed at by other men-.. SGloves will get dirty I could smile...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A STORY ABOUT THE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

A STORY ABOUT THE QUEEN. The writer of this little narrative, which she believes to he strictly true, is the odilysurvivor of the three interlocu tors. ·Sie related it once before, but in a forin quite~ unlikely to meet the eyes of .the many readers of The Quiver, and she thinks it quiite worth telling again. It was somewhere in the summer of 1848 that I was staying with a friend who lived within the precincts of Clare mont Park-that Claremont the name of which is now so familiar to all, but which retains unbroken itsroyal seclusion, fragant with historic memories of the loved and lost. Here I used tb stray at will among the pleasant glades and sylvan paths, ap parently miles from the haunts of man, often among wild brushwood and tangled thickets, with many a sound, of insect and animal' life, but nione of human vicinage, till, perhaps, just as I was beginning to feel almost too lonely, a sudden turn ,ould bring me to nmausoleum, the lake, a root-house, or boat-house, or I heard a w...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER.. . THE BALL. "When I left the Dinner party, as I told you in my last, the partin' words of -my old and partic'lar friend. the Governor was: " You'll come to the Ball wen't you ?" I.wasn't in a good humor at that. moinent, so didn't give a decided ans'er, besides there was such a row made by one or two about the account I gave of the other Ball, that I partly made up my mind not to go, and don't think I should, for I aiint as young as I was, and ladies don't faincy dancin' with fellers as is stiff in the knees,. and I don't know of nothin' so tirin' or hborin' as standin' or sittin', and lookin',at a lobt of gals and women with men a huggin' 'em; a twistin' and turnin' roundi and round' like a lot of small ivirlwinds. Thoem as can'!t dance aint no business at a -ball, they're only in the road. ; Of course nothin' was talked of in' Perth for many days, among' tie women at least but the Ball, and the :younggals belongin' to the house where I wais stay in'...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ABYSSINIA, LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (Compiled from Indian Journals.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

ABYSSINIA, LATEST IN?T?L LIGENCE. i(Compiled from Indian Journaa.) After leaving Anialo, where head qquarters had been established a~t the date of the latest despatches received.'here; SiriRobert Napier and his small band of five: thousaiid men on the 8th of April reached Dalanta at an elevation of t~n thousand feet above the level of the sea. Frotn this point he was able to recon noitre the fdrmidable fortress befoire him, rising plateau over plateau piled one above another, 'named Islamgee and Sela~ssi, guarded by steep scarps, and macees sible except by means of scaling ladders, from Selassi the ascent was comparatively easy-on all other sides the fortress was guarded by unapproach able steep scarps. All arrangenients having been. made, early on the morning of Good Friday the 8th; the troops leaving: their encampment descended into the Beshilto ravine, crossedtheriver at the base of the range of hills facing the fortress, where they halted; Sir Robert Napier waiting anxiously for...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. TEMPTATION CONQUERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

THESTORY-TELLER. TEIPTATION CONQUERED. Back and forth upon the beach I walked restlessly, listening-with an almost savage pleasure to the wild beating of the -waves upon the shore. Lifting- my eyes tolook far out upon the waters, I saw huge waves rolling in with their great white crests of foam; and all my wild nature, already roused with hate and jealously, was inflamed to a degree that was like insanity. Mlad peals of laughter burst from my lips and mingled with the fierce surge of the angry ocean, as the billows broke with fury upon the sands at my feet. In this hour, my whole being seemed bound by congenial ties to the grand white waste of waters, and I bared my brow to the swift whirl of winds, with a feeling of akin to joy, for my soul struggled within me, and lashed Sthe frail casket inclosing it, even as the Winds and waves were struggling together under the leaden clouds from which burst louds peals of thunder, while long lines Sof flame ran along the dusky masses, or parte...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

J. ?. HERUL ih. -IN returning thanks to the Ladies and public in.general,. for the kind sup-. port that has been extended to him,. begs. to announce that he has just received ex THastings a variety of chemicals, by which he is now enabled to dye the most brilliant and permanent colore, vuiz..:- - 1Magenta, Purple, Mauve, Canary, Yellow, Violet, Cesrise, Scarlet, Oriange, Blue, Pink, Green Crimson, Brown and Black, on Silks, Satins, Velvet. Ribbous,. Feathers; Parasols, faded Felt and Straw Hats, Merinb Dresses, Damask and M b., reen Curtains cleaned and dyed. Chintz Bed and Window -iFurniture, Sofa and Chair Covers, cleaned dyed a~nd: glazed. Carpets, Blankets and Counter-. paiies cleaned. Family Mourining, dye~i in 48 hours. Gentlemen's wearing appa rel re-dyed and cleaned. J. F. H. is now enabled to guaratee that all orders entrusted td-his carei wilL be executed in a style second to tie hoduse i?n thie tradie, and at; prices;whih~ ' dinmot. fail to meet with general approbation. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ECHOES FROM THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

ECHOES FROM THIE CITY. Professor Kohler has contributed much to the amusement of the citizens during the week. On Monday evening, although there was a de ficiency of.other'music, (it wasnot the Professors fault, as-he was the victim ofa gross *impossi tion) the Organ was present and as in duty bound, sounded the notes of praise, such as it was. On Tuesday, the attendance was very small, owing no doubt to the weather which was stormy. On Wednesday, the Mechanics' Hall was filled, and those who were present were likewise filled with pleasure at witnessing, the Professor's ability. - The streets of the Metropolis now remind one at former days. A genuine red-coat will always be an ornament in any part of the world. The Fremantle correspondent men tions " uproar and drunkenness," in his letter to the Organ ; if such was the case in Freman tle, it most certainly, has not been so in-Perth. At presexit the nien -of the Detachment -have conducted themselves in a most orderly man ner. Colonel...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Geraldton, Champion Bay. 23rd May, 1886 [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

Geraldton, Champion Bay. 23rd'Mav, 1886 DEAR SIn,- ' - .. In answer to your query respecting the Meet ing held at the:Victoria Hotel, Geraldton on the 26th.of March, all I can say is I consider the re port drawnup by yourself was a very good and faithful one, and expressed the, genera! meaning of those who spoke an the occasion, ,I remain, Yours truly, D. H. SCOTT. To Henry Grey Egsq., Geraldton. Looking over the remarks Mr. M. Brown has published concerning his public statements I ind he reports that it the Greenough Meeting 22 individuals attehded it, and he states that when his amendment was put to the vote it was carried by an "immense majority." How anima ting it must be, to this incorrect judge of the truth of the report I forwarded to your paper to be able toprove to the public his Love for truth by shewin g them how he obtained an" immense majority " out of the small number of 23, per sons. Perhaps he will explain where the " im mense majority "came from out of the small num...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. TUESDAY, JUNE, 9, 1868. TENDERS ACCEPTED. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, 9th June, 1868. M. HAY & SON, [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

GOVE RNMENT GAZETTE. STUESDAY, JUNjE, 9, 1868. STENDERS ACCEPTED. --0 " Colonial Secretiary's Qflece, P:erth; 9th June, 1868. M. HAY & SoN, To supply Materials for making additions to Bunbury Gaol, for £]0. - - - J. FOURACRE, - . To clear from fallen Trees the Rhad between the Harvey Bridge and Leschendult Estuary, for £12. ALSO, To keep clear the same Road for the remain der of the year,.for £5. ' By His Excellency's command FRED. P. BARLEE; Colonial Sg~eietg

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

To the Editor of 'The Herald. SIR, Observing in your issue of the 16th' inst., a letter signed Maitland Brown commenting on my letter, which appeared in your. chlumns of the 4th. I hope you vill permit this to appear ir explanation : I asserfed in my former letter that Mr. Malt land Brown inhis official capacity influenced a Meeting of the Agricultural and District Society at the Greenough Flats to the prejudice of the settlers of the district, and theinhabitants of the only occupiedsea-port town of the Champion Bay Distrlct in particular. After having read the copy of the resolution Mr. MLIaley proposed at that Meeting for the improvement of the Public road from Geraldton to the Greenough Flats on which it is said some 7,000 tons per aunum are carted, and also Mr. Aif. Brown's amendment to set aside that resolu t.ion for the mere probability of finding that which he knew or ought to have known before he influenced the meeting to pass his amendment did not exist, viz . a Port of shi...

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GERALDTON. CHAMPION BAY. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

S"v GERALDTON. •- CHAMPION BAY. (F. rom a Correspondent.) : The' Anniversary of the Colony, 1st June, has been a:very pleasanot day with us--the principal featureibeing a Cricket Match. At an early hour in the morning were seen equestrians flocking to the Victoria Hotel, which by a single glance were recognised as antagonists for the day, t;.e Bootnall eleveh. At 8 o'clock ·. m. Flags were hoisted in different parts'of the town, as also on all the ships-inharbor, and soon after 10 o'clock the Bootnall and Victorian elevens proc~.eded to the Cricket Ground and' immediately commenced their work, the toss be ing won by the Bootnall, they put the Victorians to the Wicket and the undermentionedscore will show the result of `the play which was remark ably good on both sides, dlthough the scoring was not high, but considering the nature of our ground, it was creditable. Every player seemed to enter into the spirit of the game with good will, in fact the present game has been one of the mos...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

ARRflTAL F THE ENGLISH MAIL. SIJMMAtRY OF NEWS. An epitome of the principal events whicih h!-e odcurred in the civiiized world since our Summary of the preceding Mail, will be found in our Telegrams from India, in addition we are enabled to place before our readers a full and interesting account of the Capture of Magdala by our Gallant Abyssinian Expedi tion. -The domestic intelligence is a continuance of the debate upon-the all absorbing question ofdisestablishing the Irish Church. A question requiring the gravest and most thoughtful consideration has been made a party one, and on the issue of the vote whether it is to stand or fall, depends tile ejection of the present premier, and the return to power, patronage and Pensiotis of the liberal party under the leadership of Mr. Gladstone. During the course of a very long and pro tracted debate no new light has been thrown on the question. T''he ad misericordianm appeal of Lord Stanley for the postponement of its consideration to the P...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, I. wish to call public attention to a serief of mistatements and misrepresentations which ap peared in the Perth Gazette of-Friday last. Ap pearing, as they do. in the leading columnsi of a public journal5 whether the result of gross ig norance, or artful design, they are.calkulated, if uncontradicted, to prejudice a very useful and much:needed measure. SThe" Perth Gazette," in its own iniiitable manner, is commentingon themovementrecent!ly set on foot for the purpose of forming a safe harbor at Fremantle, and a line of tranimroad towards the interior, and as the movement in question appears to promise. neither emolument to thepaper, norhonor to its talented editor, that luminous and ably conducted Journal seems de termined to crush it at the very outset. I am not prepared to call in question the fig-. ures put down by your contemporary, nor is it necessary for my purpose that I should do so ; and any comment upon the first paragraph of his article ...

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THE BINIFIT O' TH' ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

THE BINIFIT O' TH' ACT. : (BY BA?REY O'KEEF.) MISTHER HERALD, Its now sich a long time since you heard from me thatI suppose you'll be afther thinkin' I wint fishin' for perils, was dhrowned in sum Bog av a Road, or thransported for Colonial thraison But, Iniver could see the since o' timptin' th' appetites o' th' Blacks, or divin' amung the Bastes o' th' say for the good of thrade ; an' it stands to raison that, although its natural to bate wid a sprat to ketch a sam ion, its mighty confusin' to be throwin' out yerself whin yer fishin' for Oysthtrs. ButI'm gettin' out o' what I was goin' to.say about the Bimnfit o' th' Act" Theresa grate many binifits o' th' Act, from Biateman an' the Big Bread, up to th' Emmni grants HIome an' ttieLittle Loaf, an' from Store keepin' an' a hundherd per cint, down to credit, an' a piriny in the pound ;but I mane the Mas ther an' Sarvint's Act, an' betune you an' me, itsa mighty nate Binifit it is to sum people an' no mistake, but I must tell: you ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

Ex "RIO." From Mauritius. A QUANTITY of Sugar of various .. qualities, also 50 Bags Dates. T. & H. CARTER, & CO. Fremante, April 30, 1868., 16. 5. Just Arrived, Ex "ElizaBlanche," and now on sale at the Stores of ~the undersigned, Perth and - Guildford :. S UGAR, RICE, COFFEE, PEPPER, 0?'OA NUTS. 3. T. REILLY. erth aid'.Guildford, 1st May, 1868. ,NOTICE. HE undersigned is prepared to take Sin horses or cattle for depasturage on the most reasonable terms,.on that well-known run known as Pllards's Peninsula, on the Banks of t?he Murray River, and formerly in the occupation of Mr. Joseph Cooper: "R & J. OLARKSON. Pinjarrah, Ayiril 30, 1868. Southern Insurance omn : pany, Limited;. /: Cap. ',, 1,00s0 " .id y . .: . .ORE. -. -DA o. . ., - -: Branich;'Offi.es" " LONDON.-N6." 1 IRtoiL Ex ah Ge.i SYID1EY---22, BRIDG.B Street. Agencies : C.lcutta--Shand, ; aiklie,;.&. O:6W; b Mjvad;i- -1Richardaon & 6 a AnDEL&DE-Joseph Dawvent.. BRIs.AN. --.Hen...

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THE MURRAY. To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

...... : THE -MURRAY. To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, .Thiere has been little stirring in this district the last fortnight--there have been fine genial. raiins, which has put the farmer in glowing spirits :' the season proinising to be all that can be desired, both for man and beast. The police with a couple of Datives have been out the last ten days seeking to discover some traces o:f the body of the missing man Stanton, it is to behoped they will nimeet with success forttinately, this is in general a quiet going dis, trict, were it otherwise, we should be rather awkwardly plaeed being without a policeman for'so long a time. I have heard of no mishap beyond a petty robbery by it is presumed some native womeni and another of those veryfool ish cases of a servant leaving his employer-a very bad case ; the man being a ploughman, and starting off in the middle of the night, having the previous evening drain two pounds off his master. "w pnsfh Mr. Surveyor. Carey an d his staff have b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

For Hong-Kong Direct. TRE splendid clipper barque, JL ALBERT VICTOR, 400 tons Register, Captain SSp David S. Marshall, will have mmuodxliate despatch. Has superior ao comodation for passengers. For freight or passage apply to SBICKLEY & CO. Or D.B. FEANCISOO. Premantle, 12th June, 186". For Melbourne Direct. HE CLA REN CE - CK~ET, withim mediate despatch. For freight or passage apply -to - D. B. FRANCOISOO, Fremantle, 12th June, 1868. For Melbourne Direct. TilE Fine Barque SKING 0SCA R, daily expected from Singapore, will sail for tho above port. For freigrht or passage apply to D. B. FRANCISCO, Fremantle. Or J. T. REILLY, Perth. Fremantle, 12th, June 1868. Friendly Union Benefit Society Fremantle PATRONS. LIETr. CROKE R. N. * W; BArTEfrA ESQ. J. BATEMANI EsQ. O IAIR MAN. L TEUT. CROKE R. N. THE obje t of the Society is the relief Sof Sickmen, Widows, and Orphans. A Meeting of the above Soriety till take place at the W. M. Asssociation, on THURSDAY, the 18th, at8 p. m. when ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

EVERY SAIURn iTi I~ERMPBB8 OF BUSB3OflTIl~ A.b83 ' Thn~! t~ie yst 25s. per anninm, _ . _; Tri~wn,. 'POs. '·· c~ .Ju'aq~ AI7tGLE NUMDEuiq Gx. EAC0. ADYETITPSE ggg'g First 8 lines, 3s. Gd., every additional line 3d. Walf-price for each suixeequent insertioni. A4 vextisements for a qiuarter, or any longer period, by apeciai agreement. AGENTS. PEaTR-MR. F. F. ARMSTRONG. YoRa-MR. T. BAILEY. NEWCA8TLE-aMT J. A. WROTH. * NORTHAM.--4a THROSSELL. BuratraY-Mtn GILLMAN: BUSSELTON--1R. J. W. HUMPHRY. GrrLroan.-MIa. YFO. * . CitiLzoN BAT-Ma., LWALKER, 3ob Printibg of all deseriptions in thpe tst style. I - For Adelaide. rpHE Brig r 'SE~d FYMPrd , will sail for the: above port on or about the 16tlh May next. For freight or passage apply to T. & H. CARTER & CO. •remantle, 16th April, 1868. FOR THE IRWIN. " - ,WHE new schooner ril:un regularly between Fremantle anid hie Irw8in. For freight or passage :apply to R. HARFORD, Or T. & H. CARTER & CQ. . Afl, C. & C...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

IT is with sorrow and shabie that we re deem our pledge, and proceed to review the 1tdin;r pticle of the a'th Gazette in its issuie of the th Inst. With sorroWr--d friding the Editor of that once popular Jo.raal falsifying the :early traditions of its founders ; without any premonitory indioationa puddenly changing sides, and in language ~ronger than has ever been used by his old OQo"O nent, denouncing all projects for the progress, improvement, and development of our colonial industries and resources. .We read it with shame-because we do not bAlieve that such a change is the result.of honest convictions. We have frequently been warned of late that the Editor of that Journal has frequently been seen under the shadow. of (Government House, wistfully gazing on the Surveyor and Poet Master General's offices, and that latterly, especially since the an nouncement of Col. Sayer's moribund condition, and of the probability that the Government of the colony would be re committed to the hand...

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Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 June 1868

s ibpphir Erport. ARRIVALS. 8--LE?s TnoIs AmIs, schooner, 44 tons, J. Green,master, from Champion Bay. Passen ger-Mr. J. Adam. Cargo--35 bags flour, 130 do. wheat, 85 do. barley, 176 do. bran, &c., and 2 pair wheels. Same day.-ELizA ConnRRY, brig, 216 tons, G. F. Giaham, master, from Adelaide. Passengers Rev. Usher, wife and three children, Annie Clarke, and W. Owen. 12.--ALBERT VICTOR, barque, 400 tons, Capt. D. S. Marshall, from Tasmania. With wives and baggage of the 2 companies of 14th, stationed here. DEPARTURES. June 5.-EarrLY SMITH, brig, 142 tons, Capt. Davidpon, on a whaling cruise. In ballast. 6.-TWINKLING STAR, schooner, 59 tons, Han ham, master, for Champion Bay and Port Gre gory. Passengers-I15 whalers.. Cargo--1 ton potatoes, lA-ton of sugar, a quantity of timber, andil stores for the 'whalers. June 8.-I. M. S. S. VIRAGO, 6 guns, Com .mander Bingham, for Sydney. - I?IMPORTS. Per ELIZA CORRy, from Adelaide-Z20 kegs. butter, 450'bags potatoes, L. Sainson; I1 pkg ...

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