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ONE WRONGED. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 June 1868

O?TE WRONGED. She watch'd tie setting of the sun, SAnd'paler grew as came the night ' Another day of woe was doin- :-. The mdoon shone on her cold and white No warmth was ii the silvery beam, No life or warmth seem'd inher heart-z And earth lay stretch'd, a lonrig,blank dream, Where she had walk'd and done her part. Oh, Faith a~gd !op--oh, Trust and-Truth 1 'How like the golden seaside sands They glide iron out the years.of youth, And lie ihwreecks upon Life's strands I She gave her Faith, and held it strong, And Hope smiled brightly in her face ; : But Trust was strangled dead by'Wrong, : While Truth to Doubt and Fear gave place. A painful Past-aFature blank, A Present full of burning stingsl 'Tis well the deathless soul may rank With thoseupheld on angel winEs, Else comes the question : What is Life, Where all of hope has died at last ? And:why prolong a bitter strife Where naught's to gain, and all is past ? So weak and weary-worn arid ill- Sicken'd and lonely-near to death; And ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 June 1868

Ss~lR~g.... 50CRAPS. "My first is what lies at the door; my second is a kind of a corn; and my third is what nobody can do without, add my- whole is one of the UTnited States. Mat-ri-mony,

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 June 1868

Swan Agricuiltural Society. fPHE ANNUAL 'Ploughing Match in : n_ . nex;ioiexni with the above, will take place oh'i.MONDAY, 22id Inst., , in the flat adjoining the Guildford Bridge, Plougnhs to start ot 10 n..m. An entrance fee of TEN SHILLINGS will be charged upon each. Plough start ing, whether belonging to Members of the Society or not. Luncheon will be, provided:at the '"Livei ool Ar., .Inn,' at B o'clock, at%. '6ds.perhead,? . THOS:GULL~ . Hon.(8eitzetaryi~s. . -.-t: ATING'S COUGR LOZENGO S , I I[TE ?V?ST"INCREASE in the demand for 'i tTieBe Cduo? LOZENGES, and the nume1oun Test.htitixiis conisthntly received, fully justify thli Proprietorin asserting they are the best and safestj?dt offered to the Public for the Cure of Ri~ 'following: complaints :--nA·rSTMA, WINTER CounG, HokiNcsl s, SIIORTNESS OF BREATE, and dther PdjiokiNXny MALADIES: " Sold"iri boxes and tins, of various sises, byT. KEATING, Chemist, 70, St. Pauls's Churchyard, London. Sold retail by all Druggists, &am...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SUMMARY FOR EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 June 1868

SUMMARY FUR EUROPE. The English Mails arrived with unusual punctuality. and were eagerly looked for. They were expected to bring us information on subjects which absorb public attention in the Mother Country, and are viewed with con siderable interest in this remote and all but unknown Colony. * In many respects the principle coitended for in the Parliamentary.debates do not apply to our social condition. All the Christian Churches here accept State aid, and are thankful for it, and far from repudiating such assistance, clamour for more. Even the Roman Catholic Clergy do not object, and so far the Colonial policy works well; nevertheless a deep interest is felt by the thinkingmen of all denominations in the re sult of the bill about to be brought in by MBr. Gladstone, based upon the afficmation of his re solutions, that " the Protestant Episcopal Church of Ireland is to be disestablished, and disendowed, and that all State aid is to be Withdrawn from every religious denomination." U...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
OUR NATIONAL DRINK BILL FOR 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 June 1868

OUR NATIONAL DRINE BILir; FOR :1867. The Rev. Chailes Garret, of Man chester, delivered alecture on the above subject; the Rev, a. Parkes in the chair. The lecturer, in a few preliminary re' marlks, expressed his satisfaction in being able once more to meet his friendsein Hull,.: and more especially to have the oppor tunity of addresseng them on the subject which had been already announced. It. was a subject which ought to engage the attcntion of all classes of soceity. He was glad to be in a position to state that' many emiineft men, in the various reports which were given in the medical journals as to the uses of alcoholic liquoas in a medicinal point of view were to a great extent arriving at the conclusion that it was not a question of much or little, but little or none. He was exceedingly pleased to find that his friend and out own towns man, Dr. Munroc, still continued to stand foremost in the ranks as a medical man to use his influencein favour of the objects of the Permissiv...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SISTERS OF MERCY'S ORPHANAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 June 1868

SISTERS OF MEROY'S ORPHANAGE. On the .11th Inst., there took place at Perth, the ceremony of laying. the foundation-stone of a new Conveut of the Sisters of Mercy. It is well-known that this erection has become neces sary, iunconsequence of the Sisters having re solved to give up their old dwelling in order to accommodate the female orphans of their persna. sion, who were heretofore kept. in the Home. So, indirectly at least, it is the orphluns them selves more than their benefactresses, that will be benefitted by the new edifice. In the gather ing which was brought together on the auspici ous occasion, they. ekhibited a most interesting group, when the procession issued from the Cathedral at 3 o'clock p.m.; to proceed to the. spot selected fur the building. It was a touching sight to behold those no longer destitute children I taking the lead of their school-companions, all dressed in white, with a wreath of flowers round their heads, from which flowei a long white veil, and follow...

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 — 20 June 1868

To the]Editor of The Herald. SIR, Havlng been absent from home for a short period, I had not as usual the opportunity of reading your journal of t!he 6th inst,· until my return. On perusing my letter on the subject.of Reform, I was somewhat surprised to;find omit ted the paragraph respecting the Surveyor Ge neral's deparL ment, a department universally ad mitted as requiring more than any other of our colonial offices, a thorough reform, especially as through ~the medium of .your'journal, " immigra? tion and ner.land RLgulation are so much and correctly insisted upon." I want with many more to see new blood infused into every de partment' and until it is done no progress can be made. I am actuated liy no bad feelings or vindictive motives to any of the ruling powers. New blood for the future progress bftheColony must be advocated. S.D.th June, 1868, 15th JUne, 1868,.

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NORTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 June 1868

- NORTHAM. (Prom our own- Correspondent). Ploughing may be said to be over a much greater breadth of land is as under crop this year and niuch better got in, than ever before; the early and continued rains giving them time. Tile Lambing too is favorable so that alto gether ourgood friends the farmers will" be up in their stirrups next.yeir--let us hope so, for the farmer's prosperity 'is the prosperity of the colony. We are to have a new bridge over the Avon at Northam. A convict from one of our road parties escaped last week, visited the. Resident's stable at Newcastle, walked off with a horse and has not since been heard: of. We had a tremendous fall of rain during the past 3 days with heavy gales from the North West. Our roads are very bad everywhere. This Morn ing,'an agreeable change in the weather, a splendid sunshine day. WVednesday, 17th June. Wi are glad to be able to report that steps have been taken to pl event a recurrence of- the dis orderly scenes in the streets of Fre...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. THE FATHER'S SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 June 1868

THE STORY-TELLER. S THE FATHER'S SEORET. .' It ?as towardes 'the middle of a day in early spring. The roads vwere rough and muddy, the trees had hardly shaken off their: wintergarb, while here and there, along by the fences and high ridges, still lay banksof snow. :- -The road of which we write was almost unfit for travel; but yet there were those who were obliged, at. all risks, to force their way over it. W.. here the road bent around the foot o. f a hill, running within a few'feet of the * water's edge, an old man and a youth had stopped in their walk, and seated them selves upon a stone. .- The old man's hair was gray with age, but still the weight of years did not sit '.very heavily upon him, for he was yet Sstrong and robust, though, at the present 'time, he appeared somewhat fatiguedfrom • the effects of travel. The youth could not have seen more than fifteen summers at the farthest. ' s eye 'was bright and piercing,his: brow was bold and open, buthis frame was weak, and his ...

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 — 20 June 1868

Tio the Editor of Tie Herald. SIR, I noticed in one of your late issues a remark in reference to the ChamberofCommerce,to this 'effecb " that useful body, when in existence, of fered from time to time prizes for essays on the cultivation of the vine &c," Sine your journal has drawn attention to this institutin, I may take leave to state that never having been formally dissolved it has not, pro perly speaking, ceased to exist, altho' for lack of support it has not occupied the position which sim ilar bodies do in all other parts of the British do minions-and where their usefulness is ac knowledged, and influence great. I may state, however, that not only did we of fer prizes, but paid to the successful essayists the award of ten guineas each on two separate occasions, also of three guineas each for the best samples of Raisins, Olive oil,&e.,the produce of the Colouy-and it may not be out of place, if in support of these proofs of the usefulness of such an institution ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 June 1868

Ae ADVERTISE1ENT.--We are,..by his Ma jesty's command, to give potice that, .by reason of tile great heats which are growing on, there will be no further touching for the evil till Michaelmas next, and, accordingly all persoiis concerned are to forbear their addresses till that time."' In Chamnber's Journal, in an article "Early Newspaper Advertisements commenced at avery early period. A few at first might have been inserted gratuitously, but the revenue flowing from this source was so obvious a con sideration tnat thepractice soon began of charg ing a fixed sum for each. In the. IMrircurus Librarius (a booksellera' paper) it is stated that,: 'To show that the publishers design the public advantage of trade, they will expect but 6d. for inserting any book nor but 12d. fr any adver tisem, nt relating to the trade, unless it be' ex cessive long. The next intimation as to price is in the Jochye's It'lligeucer, which charged Is. each, and 6d. for renewing. The Observator,.in 1704, charg...

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PRODUCE OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 June 1868

PRODUCE OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Samples of Olive Oil and of Raisins have been forwarded.to the Society from the Chamber of Commerce, Fremantle, Western Australia, which are sta'ted to be the produce of that colony. The Council have been favoured witlh the following reports as to their quality and commercial value from the gentleman to whom they were referred for examination : May 27, 1858. D IAn Sra---The sample of raisins submitted to me for my opinion is in bad condition, much candied, and would' not keep many weeks longer; its present value is not more than 35s. per cwt., duty paid (10s. being the duty). Apart from its present condition I consider it fine fruit; its flavour is peculiar ; but, inmy opinion,l thepublic would soon get used to like it for cooking purpores. . It would not, however, sell with, or instead of, what we term Muscatels, the fruit Ithat is used for our table. It is not good enough for that, its skin is too thick, and the flavour is not delicate enough for that...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 June 1868

SEUssRs. ·toioEL stsoN ON, (oon'uiMNTR AtoTioWEERS,) -WIL Sell by Auction, at their ROOyM in Cliff Street, on TIhURSDAY next, the 2-5th Insta?.t - SLARGEvariety of GOODs8 now ..landing ex "ELIZA CORRY," Sis published by their Circular. SArLE TOCoMninwE n AT I.i A;.. Suiain'. fr~rm at2 -trMe of sale. 'Potatoes; Branl, Onions, and Suit MRi D. B. FRANCISCO WIt Sell by Public Auctioin on MO1~0 DAY NET, the 22nd instant, at his .. Mart, in Hrgh Street---. A QUANTITY of Potatoes, Irai, . Onions, also-Beef in-Tierces. ShLE TO COMME~CE AT 11 O'CLOCK. T~ems at Time of Sale. * .Fremantile,.17th fune, 1868 . ::::PUBLIC GARDEN. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth,; 6thl?June, 1868. WANTED, a NURSERY GARD EN1ER, to fill the office of Care -taker-of the Public Garden. Applications will be received at ?this Office nntil noon of Tuesday, :the 30th instant. By His Excellencys eommand,. GiEO. PHILLIPS, Pro Colonial Searetary. NOTICE. Desolution ofi Partnership. i O'IQE is hereby given that the part .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 June 1868

IS PUBLISHaI iy..ERY _.SATDU_? P?AY.! STE? TER"S OF ,i .BDf i .. .. . thfe' th e 'o k $5 per aniutud , SINGLE NUMBERS 6D. EhA. S , ADDVERTISEMENTS. , fitat Slhies, as. 6d., /etry 'Mditionat lina 3d. Ratlfoprcef.or each stibsequent insertion. &Ad vertisemnents for a quarter, or any longer period, by special agreement... S... AGENTS. .. E :?REaTiR. F. F. AR < STRONG. YoaK--ER; T. BAILEY. N~EWCA8'sLE-MR J. A. WROTH. " . NoRa?nt.-.Mn. THROSSELL. SBuNUna?Y--Mr. GILLMAN. . BUssLTsON--1a: J. W. HUMPHRY. GuIFoED.--RIn. YFO. SCaaPsiN BAY-MR. I. WALKER, Job Printing~of all desoriptions in the best style. I For Hong-Kong Direct. S.', rHEspleenhdid clipper barque, "400: tns Refa~ter, Captain David S. Marshall, will have imnmediate despatch. Has superior ac comodation for passengera. For freight or passage apply to BICKILEY & CO. 'Or D. B. FRANCISCO. Fremantle, 12th June, 1868. For Melbourne Direct. T HE CLARENC1EC PA C KE T, with im mediate despatch. Foi freight or pa...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 June 1868

Ta?r we-are in a .state of transition is universally a'dmitted, and if we can only profit by the experiences of what has fdllowed from the manner in which similar social conditions have been met in the other Coloniies, we shall become equal by-the lights they afford us, to the emergency, and repudiate the advice of those who warn us. " To bear those ills we have" " Than fly to others that we know not of" in fact,-not allow ourselves to be in fluenced, by the results of what the past has done for us, or by fear of the risks which would be incurrad by the modifica tion of our present colonial policy. - Whathas.done good hitherto can be made to do better hereafter, nor can any one know what would have been our position had we consented earlier to a more liberal policy. The first and most immediate question pressing for our enlightenment and externalaction, is that of free Immigra tion, next that of the settlement of the Land question as connected with it. WVe propose from time to conti...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 June 1868

- )Wppitg tport. i ... ........... ARRIVALS. June i2.---L xaT ? CTzORo, 384 tons, Capt., Marshall, from Melbourype and Tasmania. Pas sengers-Dr. Jobson, Captain Saunders and family (2), 5 men, 23 women, and 41 children, belonigg to the 14th Regiment. S13.--WAN, Schooner, 25 tons, Vincent mas ter, froiii Bunbury. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs, Reddaway and family (), and 2 prisoneirs. Cargd--18 bags potatoes, and a quantity of timber,. 1'.- ? ATER LIrLY, 28 tons, Liewis master, froin Vasse. Passengers-Miss Cregg, G. Back, and Mrs,"Coppin. Cargo-130 bags potatoes 72 piece's timber, 1 hhd. fish. 1 hale wool, 20 .trussep hay, and sundries. S16.-WILD WAvE, 28 tons, -Cross, master, from Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers-Miss Dixon and 5 others. Cargo--1 bags wheat, 174-do. potatoes, 15 trussesahay, 3 pkgs. leather and sundries. Same day.--SEA N?rPPr, 173 tons, Captain Hill, from Vasse, Passengers--Miss Guerrier, Miss Sainsbury, Mrs. Fisher, Mr. Fisher, Mr. Pries, cabin; 10 in steerage. Cargo-timbine...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 June 1868

NOTICE. THE undersigned is prepared to take in horses or cattle for depasturage on the most reasonable terms, on- that well-known run known as Pellards's Peninsula, on the Banks of the Murray River, and formerly in the occupation of Mr: Joseph Cooper. H. & J. CLARKSON. Pinjarrah, April 30, 1868. Horse & Groom Hotel, Perth. MR. CHARLES TAYLOR, BEGS respectfully to announce that he has taken the above WELL IwNowN OLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL, and trusts by care and attention, to merit a share of public patronage. The conveniences and aceomodation of the Hotel are too well known to need special mention. The best wines and spirits always on hand. Excellent Stabling; and a caeful Ostler always in attendance, May 29, 1868, "[ADvnT amsEr. ] l R. CHARLES H. COMPTON, being i;Lio about to enter -on arrangements for the despatch, 'during the next six .months, of several ships from the port of Fremantle to. Calcutta, begs to inform. Shippers of Horses either to that Port or Madras, tha...

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FALLING LEAVES, [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 June 1868

FAIINuG LEAVES, They.are falling, slowly falling, Thick upon the forest side, Sever'd from the noble branches, Where they waved in beateous pride. They are falling in the valleys, Where the early violets spring, And the birds in sunny Spring-time. First their dulcet music sing. They are falling, sadly falling,. Close beside'our cottage door ; Pale'and faded, like the loved ones That have gone for evermore. They are falling, and the sunbeams Shine in beauty-soft around .; Yet the faded-leaves are falling, Falling on-the mossy ground. They.are falling on ithe streamlet, Where the silvery waters flow, And upon its placid bosom Onward with the blue waves go. They are falling in the churchyard, Where our kindred sweetly sleep ; Where the idle winds of Summer Softly o'er the loved ones sweep. They are falling, ever falling, When the Autumn breezes sigh, When the stars in beauty glisten Bright upon the midnight sky. They are-falling, when the tempest Moans like ocean's hollow roar, When th...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 June 1868

SCRAPS. LITTLE PRESENTS.--"I will give youmyhead." said Montesquieu, " if every word of the story I have related is not true."-" I accept your offer," said the president, " presents" of small value strengthen the bonds of friendship, and should never be refused." Cnoirn~o.--The nearer young men approach manhood, the less liberty they allow their necks. On " entering the world," a dandy submits to almost as much choking as felonsdo when going out of it. Queer that there should be such a close connection between gentility and strangu lation. TRIED AND ACQUITTED.-A person, looking over the catalogue of professional gentlemen of the bar, with his pencil wrote against the name of one who was of the bustling order, "Has been accused of possessing talents." Another seeing it, immediately wrote under, "Has:been triedand acquitted." EarP Ass.--The force of emphasis in giving meaning to a sentence is well illustrated by a brief colloquy we overheard between two per sons the other day. 'f Do y...

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THE HORSE AND THE LION. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 June 1868

THE HORSE AND THE LION. I was carelessly carrying my rifle upon my shoulder, as I :pushed my way through the opposing thorns, when a sudden roar, just before me, at once brought the rifle upon full cock, and I saw a magnificent lion standing in the middle of the glade about ten yards from me; he had been lying on the ground and had started to his feet upon hearing, me approach through:the jungle. For an instant he stood in. an :attitue of ,attention, as we were hardly visible; but at thie same moment I took a quick lbut sure shot with the little Fletcher. He gave a convulsive boiund, and rolled over backwards:; be fore he could recover himself I fired, the left hand barrel. It was a glorious sight. I had advanced a few steps into the glade,. and Hassan :had quickly handed me a spare rifle, while Taher: Noor stood by me sword in hand. The lion in the greatest fury, with his shaggy mane brisstled in the air, roared with death like growls, as open-,mouthed he endea vored to charge upon...

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