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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 4 July 1868

c OM IS S A RIAT. TENDERS (in duplicate) will be re I ceived at the -Onimissariat OfOSice, Fremantle, till NOON of SATURDAY, the 11th Instant, for the supply of the. following Articles, ~is.:-? Anvils Smiths No. 2. Axes Shinglixg- " 24. S p 4. rDouble 8" " 12. g t j -14" " 12 .8" ? ' 12. Single 6"" 12. . "4"- " .1 Cra~ips Carpenters ?" . 16" " 72. Files. Bastard Flat. 12" " 60. Files.14" " ·72. 1imblets 10'- " 60. Giblet Nail " 161. Handles Hamnier Sledge - ". 144. Rakes Iron . .-" 30. 2F" athoms 678. Rope. Europe 2" " 339. 1( "3 " sd9. Tomahawks . No.- 24. Wrenches Screw.: " 3. SHoop Pounds 336. 8a x ," ~ :1008. lat 2 ' x ." " 1120. :-<)..2'fx~:X ". "'' 1120. - :"i - x ". '? 448. Irow i ( " " 1"r20. ll" " 1008. IRound ? 'L 560. '' " 1120. " A' " 1120. k Square ½j " " 560. Loks Cupboard (Assorted) - No. 13. ". ( M:( 3"Pounds 1120. 2}"" 1120. I ~2 ) )2" " 672. ?'. ," ," 560. Nails ? rLarge " 28. -o SmaTll " 28. j~:-Mediumn " 28. I 5?'" ' 1120. , {4k, ' 560. 4 ' 1120. Paint...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 July 1868

PROSPECTUS OF THE West Australian. TelegraphCompany Limited. Capital-£800, in 160 Shares of £5 each. D EPOSIT of. £1 per share on applica .tion; balance by acceptance at 3 and 6 months, on allotment. DIRECTORS: E. NEWMAN, ESQ., T. O. :Guar, EsQ., J. T. REILLY, ESQ.,' A. FRANCISco, ESQ., E. STIRLoNG, ESQ., A. CGUMING; ESQ., BANKERS' : The National:Bank of Australasia. SOLICITORS: MESSRS. STONE & SON. SECRETA.RY (pro tern) : MR. J. E. STIRLING. SThe object of this Company is to estab lish Telegraph Communication between the City of Perth and the Port of Fre mantle. The promoters of this Company need scarcely point out to the Commercial com munity, and the public at large, the ad vantages to be derived from such an undertaking. Judging from the success of similar projects elsewhere, there can be no doubt but that this will prove a re numerative and permanent source of pro fit to the capitalist. It is the intention of the promoters, when the Line is in full operation, to ex tend...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 July 1868

Qurrz recently teveral questions affecting the Harbor and Shipping of this Port have enigaged the attentioii of those con nected with the commerce of the.Colony. There is something most unsatisfactory in the manner in which the whole business of the port is conducted, and it would ap pear that those who are disposed to intro duce a better system are powerless to do so for want of proper legislation on the subject. The Port bears a character amongship owners and ship-masters not at all flat tering, and in no way calculated to in crease our shipping business. In conse quence of several disasters occurring in the early days of the colony among ves sels while riding in the roadstead, the port obtained a notoriety for insecurity and danger, which still attaches to it, and operates in no small degree in creating the scarcity of shipping and high freights so much complained of by our merchants. These casualties arose no douibt princi pally, if not entirely, from a want of suf ficient acqua...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SCRAPS. THE LAND OF DREAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 July 1868

SCRAPS. S THEI LAND OP DREAMS. T' here's a beautiful land where we wander, - 'n the hush of some star-lit night, When siunuber's seal on the eyes is soft, :A~id the. spirit soars on its winge-aloft, In the nimaze df a strange delight; And our life's deep joy of a fulness seems That we only know in the Land of Dreams. How we meet the joys that have faded been, . . Since tlievanishieddays of yore! . Oh I the beauti ul hopes we cherished Qthen, HKiw:wve clasp thiem back to our hearts:again, As -??e' held them there before I OlQI the tadiarit light that ever beams, Asi w wander on in-the Land-of Dteams I Ah I this fleeting life, that so wears apace, With its? shadowy visions sweet I Oh ! the' gweet, cold hands," and 'each dear Sdead face Of those asileep in the burial place, With worn and wearied feet I How we grdet them all-by the crystal streams, In that beautiful realm-the Land of Dreams ! Oh 1 the fair, fair lives that have faded here, Ere the Ilght of their summer noon ; How we som...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WRECK OF THE CUTTER "ALBATROS" AT THE MOUTH OF THE IRWIN AND LOSS OF 8 LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 July 1868

WRECOK OF TH~E CUOTTER "ALBA TROS" . ATTHE MOUTH OF THE IRWIN AND LOS OF 8 LIVES. The .Troinkling Star whic~harrived from Uhampion Bay yesterday moorning brings t~he melancholy tidings of wreck and loss oPf life at the Irwin during the recent severe weather. - Mr. Hanham the master *of the' Twinkli~q Star gives 'the following graphic narrative of the event i The, Twnkl/i'ng Star, left ,Fremantie on Sunday, the 7th June, the weather threatening and the glass falling rapidly. On the 8th, the weather was very heavy, so put into shelter under Wedge Island, and remained there four days. Left on Friday morning-got within 20 miles of Champion Bay on Sunday the 15th, when the gale renewed, and was obliged to runback to the Irwin, where I~foundthe Sea Bird at anchor, the Master reporting to me that the Emnily had sailed that morning at j past 6. a.m-blowing a heavy gale from the N. N. Wesit, veering round the following day to W. -N. West -with a heavy sea. The Sea 'Bird dur ing the day dragg...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE MAN AND THE TIGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 July 1868

THE MA A AND THE TIGER. Bussapa, a hunter of the." Lingyat caste" with whomi I am well aquainoted, was sent for, by the headman of a village, to destroy a tiger which had carried off a number of cattle, He came, and.having ascertained ti;e brute's usual haunts, fastened a bullock near the edge of a ravine, which he frequeited, and quietly seated himself beside it, protected only by a small bush. Soon after sunset the tiger appeared, killed the bul lock, and was glutting himself with the blood, when Bussapa, thrusting his long matchlock through the bush, fired and wounded him severely The tiger half rose, but being unable to see his assailaut, on account of the enterveniug bush, dropped again upon his prey with a sullesi growl' Bussapa was kneeling within three paces of him completely defeneeless; he. did not even dare to reload, for he well knew thatthe slightest move ment on his part would be the signal for his im mediate destructton ; his bare knees were pressed upon the gravel, b...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALBANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 July 1868

ALBANY. (From our Correapondent.) We have been all startled by the ar rival of the crew of the Northumberland, 1168 tons burden, who arrived here in the ship's boats, towed in by the Harbor Master, ?r. G. T. Butcher. It appears that the ill-fated vessel left Newcastle, laden with coals for the P. & O. Co., on the 2nd of March, experienced heavy weather until the 17th, when the weather changed to fair and variable. On the 17th of May. the vessel encountered heavy gales, anl shipped large quantities of water in lat. 42 40 south, which con tinued until the 19th of June, the lee rail being five feet under water, tearing away her bulwarks, hatches, fore cabin, and water closet; all hands working at the pumps day and night, the ship straining and creaking fearfully. On the 19th June, in lat. 86 21 south, the lower and fore topsails were blown completely out of the bolt ropes, the ship lying with her shearpoles in the sea, eleven feet of water in the hold. On the 20th -sighted land...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE GAME OF HEARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 July 1868

THE GAME OF HEARTS. SYes.. -He's fine-looking enough,, and talen ed enough, but such a flirt ! I ivish some one would surprise and carry off that.guarded heart of his, anrid then laugh at his discomfiture. It would, pay him off nicely, for his trifling." " Suppose you try the experinient, Annie ? You are practised enough in the art of captivation, if report is right! I won'der at your censure of flirts." "What reports! You cannot think me a flirt ?" "Oh, I only referred, in jest, to some thing I heard to the effect that you had jilted Franlk Marvyn; and that it was too bad for you to flirt so." " Oh, dear! I suppose because.rFank Marvyn chose to force his presence upon me, till I got tired of the sight of him, and encouraged Philip Dalande in sheer self-defence, itis something dreadful!'" "But could you-not have given him to understand that his case was hopeless,- at the first ?" "To be sure. Imight have. turned'to the gentleman, aid said : .My. dear M'r. Marvyn, I: have a very kind...

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NOTES FROM THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 July 1868

NOTES FROM THE CITY. On Monday, Colonel Bruce inspected the Vo lunteers. There was a large muster, and our worthy commandant complimented them on their efficiency. An accident happened during the week to a man named Smith, in Mr. Randford's employ. He'was eating some meat, when a? piece of it stuck in his throat and choked him. The appointment of care taker of the-Public Garden has been given to Mr. Barrett. Horses seem to be at a discount in Perth at present. Some were sold by auction on Thurs day morning, at prices varrying from £2 10s. to £5., His Honor the judge heard the case of Martin v. Wilson on Wednesday last. It appears from the evidence that Mr. Wilson sold Mr. Martin of Baylup a four wheel trap for the sum of £67 or thereabouts, and that Mr. Mlartin purchased the said trap under the impression that it was niew. After lhe had used.it, he found out his mistake, and wished to return his purchase. No.written warrantiy was forthcoming, and His Honor, after making ahumorouis c...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. A ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 July 1868

THE STORY-TELLER. A ROMANCE. "'.You seem greatly to admire my. fair coumin; if there is anything in the lan guage of the eyes, I should say. even more than admire, Walter Tracy !" Her voice was cold and hard, so unlike its usual melting music. "Why, Marion, my beautiful Marion, you are not jealous? Where is your trust, your confidence ?" He moved to her, and took both her soft, jewelled hands in his. He shivered as he touched them; they were cold as ice. "You are not well, darling," he con tinued; " we must go in; the evening air is growing chill and damp." A wild, delicious thrill passedherover as his hand rested on hers, her cheek flushed, and for a moment she w as calmed and reassured. Then the fierce light shot up to her eyes again as she said; "Walter, tell me, as you value your peace, do you love me more than any other being that lives ? Have you given me all the love it is possible for you to bestow on woman. Is there another being living whom you could love more than me?" Sh...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 July 1868

To the Editor of 2'he Herald. SIR, - Considerable discussion has lately taken place with respect to ourHarbor being a secure ancho rage for shipping, and as to the delay in landing. cargo and the detention of ships in the Port. As to the first I believe most people are agreed that there are some parts: of Gage'sg Roads where secure anchorage may be dbtained and that vessels, well found, anchoring in those parts may ride out any gale equal to the worst that'has occurred.during the last several years (e. g. the Lady Louisa, which on arrival here found a good anchorage and during the late severe gale did- not stir from it), but that for other vessels the anchorage is not sure in. the winter season; and it is therefore considered that all vessels should during that season go to the winter anchorage at Garden Island, which is known to be perfectly safe, but:unfortu nately the GovernmentPilot doss not appear.to be of the same opinion. The MIasters of ship's coming here are, as a rule, not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 July 1868

Caution. A NY party or parties iemoving any, A of the Timber landed on the Sounti Beach, ex "SEA NYMPH," withou the consent of the undersigned, will be, proceeded against as the law directs.' W?ILLIAM HENEY FISHER, Managing Owner, and Trading Master Brig Sea ZVyjpn/.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 July 1868

C00ilMISS ARIAT. TENDERS (in duplioate) will be re L -ceived at the Commissariat Office, Fremantle,. till NOON.of THURSDAY, the 23r-t Instant, for thd supply of the following Articles, v -i SMAHOGANY ThIMBER. Sin. 1xfin. -I 1 feet lengths, Fieces 38 8in. xl in. Feet run 585 7i~. a !l-Tii 4ft. 6in. lengths Pieces 528 7in. x lin. Feet ruu 27,200 Oin. x 4in. [n 16 feet lengths Pieces 80 6in. x 2in. In 14 " , " 242 6in. x 2in. "' 7 " " " 186 5in. I 5i. " 8 " " " 43 in. z 4in. Feet. ran 726 bin.x 3in. In 16 feetlengtbs Pieces 150 5i. x 3inm. " 12 "' Oin. " Pieces 58 3jn. x 3in. " 10 "6in. " " 44 5in.-x 3i. . Feet run -2,400 Sin. x 2ir. In 18." 'lengths Pieces 300 5in. x:2in. " 17 "6in. " ~: 70 bin. x.2in. " 16 "' ; " '1 "00 in. x 2m. " .14 " . ; " 300 5in. x21n. " 8" " I 186 4in.x2in. " 16 " ":-. - 100 3in. x 2in. " 14 " . -60 .Shingles -... - Nd.. 15ooo The Timber to be the growth of Irou stone Country, to be sound, free from shakes, gum veins, and wave edges, and cut die square, to be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 July 1868

TIR-t HERALD' IS PUBLISH?ED EYERY SATURDA . Th~ost 25s. perF annuw. 1Pd dyan~pe 2O8. '". S 'SINGLE'N M!BERRii6I. EkC " ADYERTIhEMENTS.. " F?irats8.lines; 3s. 6d., every additional line d. HalW-prlce for each subisequent insertibli; Ad2 vertlsemrnts for a quarter; or: any iQnger'~eriod, by, special-agreement. " AGENTS. PERTHM---R.. : F. AR- STRONG. YORK-M1R. T. BAILFY. SNzwCASTLE-MR. J. A. WRQTH., NoRT~IAM--i-M. THROSSELL.; BUNBijRY-MR. GILLMAT ??L.- :.- ' BUSSELTON--MR. J. W;. HUMIPHRY!: -.. GUILFOnrl.-MR. YFO. CHAMPION BAY-M?nR. I. WALKERi, Job Printing of all desoriptions in the best style. S For Hong-Kong Direct. .-A 1 rHEsplendid clipper barque, ALB BER1 TI'TO.R, 400 tons. egister, Captain Diavid 8. Marshall, will have immediate despatch. Has superior ac comodation for passengers. For freight or passage apply to BICiLEY & CO. Or D.B. FRANCISCO. Fremantle, 12th June, 1868. For M1elbourne Direct.. rTHE Fine Barque R KING OSCAR, daily expectedfrom Singapore, will sail for:t...

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MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 July 1868

M.AIL NOTIC.E. Mails for transmission by Contract Packet via- King..George's Sound will close at the General Post Office, Perth, as under : For Europe, India, Cape of Good Hope, &c., on Saturday the 18 July, at 6 o'clock p.m. For the Australian Colonies, New. Zealand, and Tasmania, on Friday the 24th July, at 10 o'clock a.m. lMoney Orders for transmissioi~ by.the above convevance will be issued on ihe Ainitralian' Colonies, iNew Zealand, and Tasmania, up to 11 a.m. on Thursday, 23rd Juljy, and on the United Kingdom, up to 11 a.m. on Thursday, 16th July. Letters for Registration must be posted one hour before the closing of the Mail. LateLetters,'on payment of a fee of 6d.,. may be posted up to 12-30 p.m. A. HELMICH, :: Postmaster-General. General Post Office, 1 Perth, July 7th, 1868. " TRDe Utl1ralb. SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1868.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 July 1868

* 'Fi~i p ping 3Erportt S ARRIVALS. July 5.-W-?ATER LILY, 28 tons, Lewis, mas-· ter. from. Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers Warder and. 5 others. Cargo--198 bags pota toes 4 bales leather, 9 kegs butter, &c. 10.-TWxIKLMNO STAn?, Hanham, master, from Champion Bay. Cargo-sundries. DEPARTURES. 7.-CLARENCE PACKET, 48 tons, H. O'Grady, master for Melbourne. Passengers-S. Jones, T.'Mills, J. Crawford,r Sarah Davis and 3 child re?? Ellen Harris and 3 children.' Cargo--4 hhds. and 24 cases pearl shells, 36 hhds. gum, 130 bags flour, 3 cases spceimens of Natural History, and sundries. . Same day.-WiLo WAvE, 28 tons, Cross, mas ter, -for Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers-R. Delaport, B. Elmes, W. Kohler, Lewis Peters, J. Lews, J. Cunningham, Miss brown and 2 others. Cargo--7 cases tobacco, 1 qr-cask gin, and,5 cases merchandize (under bond) 223 bags sugar, 19 cases kerosene, 2 j-coils rope, 74 chests and * chests tea, 44 bags barley, 19 do. rice, I2 casks beer and sundries,

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THE FUTURE SUPPLY OF CORN FROM RUSSIA [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 July 1868

THEI FUTURE SUPPLry or CORN-FROM RUSSIA -Russia has beenri poor civiliser hitherto; but a gfeat change is at hand, and it comes from the onlyquarter whence salutary reforms in Russia are possible. It is to a,Ger.manthat this great empire is about to owe her finalliberation from barbarisin. Bairon Ungern Sternberg has at last solved the. great difficulty created by the want of handsin a country of such vast extent, and maintaining so large an army with so scanty a population. Although harassed ~iy the ungenerous envy and detraction which attend like shadows upon merit, the baron has at last organized a comprehensive system of military labor, which has created railroads for Russia. At first he began with mere convicts and men:under punishment; but his sagacity and management were so admirable, he soon. acquired so perfect a command over his work men by a judicious system of rewards and punishmentsthat his opponents were forced. to admit the success of his experiments. "The baron's wor...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 July 1868

NEW- ZEALAND. The Fenians, Larking and Manning,?have been fined £20. and adjudged a month's imprisonment. - The other pris6ners have been fined only. Mr. Ireland. of Mlelbourne, who defended themi, has received a, handsome testimonial in New Zea land.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 July 1868

SOUTH AUSTRALTA. The attention of the community hasbeein fixed upon several cases of peculiar interestinthe law courts of the colony. First a prosecution for libel against Mr. F. Allen the Editor of a publi cation called the Satirist which undertakes to expose the vices and wickedness existing in a colony claiming to be singularly pure and free from immoralities. The Satirist gave publi"'ity to a charge of a most scandalous and filthy na ture against a Mr. Cherry and others for which the Editor was prosecuted. After a long trial the jury found him guilty, and the Court sen tenced him to a fine of £100 and 12 months' im prisonment. The Satirzst still continues to be published, and the prosecution of its editor seems only to have increased its circulation, and made its conductors still more reckless and careless in their attacks upon the character of individu als. The Satirist seems to have gonebeyond all reasonable bounds in the merciless and savage manner in which.it has stabbed at ...

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INTERCOLONIAL. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 11 July 1868

INTERCOLONIAL. VICTORIA. The Mails from the Eastern Colonies were delivered in Fremantle:on the evening of Sa turday the 4th instant. The news is excess ively tame, and beyocid the wretched constitu tional squabble in Victoria, there is absolutely little or nothing worth recording, The unfortunate Darling Grant still stands in the way of opening the doors of the Treasury, and is productive of much inconvenience and loss not only to individuals, but to the commu nity at large. Finance and Legislation are at a standstill in consequence of the unseemly obstinacy with which the M'Culloch party adhere to their determination to carry the measure in a way which isobnoxious to the Legis lative Council, and most decidedly unconsti tutional. The Council object to this special grant being included in the Appropriation Bill, and we think correctly, as it is opposed to the custom oftheEnglishiHouse ofCommon. The section ofthe Assembly led by Mr. M'Culloch and Mr. Higinbotton, declare it shall be...

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