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REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
REPORT. Couincil Chamber, Perth, 21st July, 1868. 'The C-mmittee havinl met. this'day, 'pnrsu ,ant to the appo6int.ent of the Legislative Coun ,cil, proceed to consider the important subject of Immigration. Between the Ist June, 1850, and the 9th Janu ,ary, 1868, 9,680 convicts were transported to WVestern Austra'ia. Within the samne period the male and female 'Immigrants, including the wives and children of -the pensioner 'guards, and computing two chil dren as equal to one adult, have amounted to 6,122 i thus lonavin 3.,558 free Immigrants, to .which this colony see;ns entitled, under the .provisions of the arrangements adverted to in the Secretary of State's Despatch, No. 13, of the 25th January, 1858, and its enclosure, and under which arrangement the colony consented to receive convicts. . The time has now arrived, owing to the ces sation of Transportatnion, when it anr.ars de sirable that the introduction of free Immigrants .should be brought to a systematic arrange ment. Ther...
REPORT OF BARQUE "PALESTINE." WM. ADDISON CARPENTER, COMMANDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
REPORT 9F BA qUE'. f -PALESTINE.'* Ws. ADDISON CAXRPERTER, COMMANDER. Le ?t k Gi esend April 25th. Downs on the 26th. S. W.m winds down Channel. ,Off P1y ?iridith May 2nd. Crossed thie Equator'Jfine 2nd. IRounded the Cape of Good Hope July .6th. Boarded by. Pilot off Rotthest. Wednesdayi, 6th ~August; . :,. , SCabin Passengers-Capt· Wilkinson, (R. A), Mrs. Wilkiison, niurse and two children, Miss Rogers, Julius Du Boullay, Esq., De Lacy, Esq., Cecil RogE.r, Surgeon Superintendent of Go vernment Emigrants. SSteerage Emigrants--45 single wvomen,: t6 rfarried couples and 5 children, 4sinigle men.: SnIrs sroIEN . : In Lat, 47 N., 8 W.jBaldrat., Londonn to New :Zealand. . . : .. ... , i .In Lat. 18 N., 21 W., Aquatic,.London to .Cal cuitta, 19 days out.. . SIn lat: 5.N, .24.W., Corwalls, L"ondon to .IniLai." i.,46 ..W., Conneath, Sheilds to Rombay, 39 days pit.s .-:. : - In Lat. 27 S., 35 W., Barqie shewing 2nd Pnd. 9281, ;:fiffim.. Buep?Ayies to Havre--de Grace, 10 dd6ys:oht. 5 o 'u J ?...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
LEGISLATIVE C OUNIL. (Concluded.) Mf, HAaRDY said that this country was in fested by a y?gabond population, and that in order to bring them to industrious habits it was necessary to cultivate the vine. Thou sands upon thousands could be employed in vineyards when all other industries failed. He had heard a great deal about immigration; but the main thing was to keep emmigrants here when we got thenm. Many of them especially those from Ireland, imagined they were coming to South Australia, and when they found out their mistake, wrote to their friends in Victoria and elsewhere for assistanc.e to leave this co lony and join them. The hon. gentleman was of opinion that some nmeasure should be devised to compel them to remain here, His EXCELLENC begged the Hon. gentlemen to be seated. He was doing more harm than good. It was preposterous to expect that this Colony could be converted into a Penal Settle ment for free immigrants-the result to which Mr. Hardy's suggestion tended. He reminde...
MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
Mails for transmission by Contract Packet via King George's Sound will close at the General Pdost Office, Perth, as uinder :,: ': - I ror Eiurope, India, Capetio Good Hope, :&., on Saturday, the 15th!August, at 6 o'clock p.m. For .the Australian .Colonies, Newy Zealand, and Tasmaniia, oh Fiday; the 21st .Auigust, at lOooclock a.m. :Monejr Orders for trdnsiimission by the above conveyance Will be issued on the;Australian Co lonies,- New Zealand, ang Tasmania, up f to, 1l a.m, on Thursday 20tli, andaon, the Unied, i~ ng dom, up to 1ii a.m. on Thursday 13th. , 'L::etters foY Registratidi6i minust' b:b ~poSted due hcur before the closing of the Mathmi ri • ; l ,:.. . Late Letters,:on piayment of a fee of 6d.,: may: be posted up to 12-30 p.m. A.HELMICH, T'oatmaster-General. General Post Office, Perth, Augusti5th, 16881. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
^otfr to €otrp£?}onitt~i~nft CAPTAIN SLASH.-The verses were not published because we thought the subject too serious to laugh at. THOMAS ScoTT.-The lines are hardly up to the mark for publication. "CHIPS" " Evenin' at a Hotel" in our next. He must excuse us. putting him aside .but the Council takes precedence, BjARNEY O'KEEFE must be well aware that his last letter was not suitable for our columns. A Supplement containing the cnctinuation of the Legislative Council, and other inktel ligence will be published on Mobnday evening. AChe AAeTralk, . '/. ;" SATURDAY,:AU(.UyT 18, 18,68;.. .
THE STORY-TELLER. VICTORY AND DEFEAT. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
THE STORY-TELLER. YIOTORY AND DEFEAT. CHAPTER II. But now a better life began; I felt my agony decrease By slow degrees, then wholly cease, -Ending in perfect love and peace. Time rolled on, and fashionable cir cles were discussing .Lou. Hamilton's goodfortune in securing such a Croesus as St. Clare. Mr. Leicester, with whom I had been pursuing my law-studies, had been' prostrated with a dangerous dis ease; and as his only son had gone abroad for his own health, I devoted myself to him with an assiduity which astonished the young men of my acquaintance. Occasionally as I went forth into the streets, I heard gossip with regard to the isplendour with which St. Clare was fit *ting up his town residence, and the new villa he had purchased; and twice saw them examining plate at a jeweller's. As I sat by the bed.through the long watches of the night, .I tried to picture Lou. as Mr. St. :Claie's bride and the mistress of his princely home,, and not wrestle with the :fate that rose, stern a...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
THE In Gui~irr f Wledinesday last, in a more thanh odiniraiily ill-writtei:: article, indulges in a most wanton and unwar rantable, attack upon the non-official members of the Legislative Council, whom it accuses in the most offensive laiguage of neglecting their duity. We gather pretty clearly from the article, that the Editor's bile is disturbed at the .silence with which the petition for certain public woirks was received by the Council; in the getting up of this petition, which contained a great deal of abyuxdity, the Editor and 15roprietor of the Inuirer had takeni an unusual interest...-so the anger of the Editor is accountied for. We have often .had occasion to notice the eaktraordinary style of 'the "ileaders"' of the Organ, and the complete absence of everything in the way of sequence in what it puts forth; but we never iecollect 'seeing anything so amusingly stupid as the poetical opening of the aNticlen :qestion, in which we are informedlthat'the " say ings and doings of ...
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Government House, Perth, 20 March 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Governmenl House. Perth, 20 March 1867. SMr Lon?,-I regret that I am compelled to call your attention to the noncompliance with applications made for female Immigrants re *quired in this colony. 2.. In my despatch No. 153 of the 5th Sep tember 1865 I endeavoured to place the matter on a clear footing, taking the "Palestine," which arrived in July of that year, as a starting -point. Applications have been made to the Colonial Office for parties of single women to the extent of two hundred, but only ninety two -have been received since the "Palestine," ar rived, and instead of fifty being sent in a party, -the nmnbers have been only thirty-six, twenty. eight and twenty-eight respectively. 3. There is,and has for some time beena great demand for female servants, and I would -request that a party of fifty may be sent at ~once. 4. I have hitherto asked for the supplies of -females to this Penal Colony on the ground alone of servants being required, but it is my duty to...
ARRIVAL OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
The last Month's M~af atpd., Telegrams brought us the intelligence. tha~t, Paria menthaid adj'jorned for t..he.: T.Yhitsuwntide· Holiday's, and vith athreat on,,the p.art of the oppqsition through their .leaer; ; that on its reassembling, if any opposition was offered to carrying out thp bill or bills to: bB bated on the .esolutions for the disendowment of the Irish Churchl, he .would stop the. ipplies Yi)h'ein ,hiymet; though AZr D?siaeli 3lided tMrisolutions to bie. afmiiiea, lidide laied bi; determhiniatioi to oppose: any aempt to caiLry ou the priniple in volved, and defied.the opposition Leader eithei to' stop the supplies 6oi to piropose a vote. of want df confidence,. the means usnally, pr6vided tb eject a Minister with out the command of a. majoriity' in the Lower Honse. of Parliament. The resolutions were carried.up to the House of Lords, where they were read a first time wivithoiit opposition, but the proposal for going into Committee was rejected by 194 to 92. Earl ;Grey,...
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Government House Perth. 5th September, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
WESTERN AUSTRALIA.' S " Government Bouse Perth. 5th Septemnber, 1865. . Siii With reference to my'foi~ner. applica-: ions 'for the despatch to this coloiy of'parties of single women, to be selectedin England by the: Emirgration Commissioners irrespective of the:persons nominated here for passages, Ihave the honor to report that there is again a demand ;for female servants. 2. As the number hitherto sent in any one "vessel has seldom been equal to that asked for, and doubt exists as to whether each shipment, however small, is supposed to represent a com pliance with the requisitions as they are to be ,taken collectively, I would, to remove misun derstanding, request that you will be so good sas to issue instructions that the despatch of the f?ill number of fifty applied for on the 3rd April last may be considered to commence after the -departure of the " Palestine." 3. I would further suggest that another 'party of 50O single women accustomed to do nestic service may be sent to the C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
Sale of Brar:, Pollard, Four, &EC. ,RS. I10NEL SArSON Z SON ,:: . tp: noti.fy that their Sale will take ::.place, as previusly adye tised.by ii~ cular. , O b TLTESD,?Y. the81 11 ba:.. a? , 11 J o'clock precisely. .: They. will also offer at the same tuime Th: Cases Pale Fre.i?ih Bralidy.j •IT~n o T 8. 2-? sZ l ..7 , crm~n at ~Ch? of d a!e; -: - Frenantle, Auagust 7, 186, . " EATTLE! CATTLE! CATTLE! MR. D. B, FRANCISCO . WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ATr the Yard adjoining the Freemason's Hotel, Fremaptle : O4 HEAD OF CATTLE, &onsisting of Fine AFilch Cow; H8eifers, and Steers. S?Sale 'td commence at 12 o'cld6ck, Tamia AE TIiE OF SAil-S. i Fremantle, August. 7, 1868. Important Sale of . Land AT NORTHAM. MR. THOMAS CORRIIBAN H AS been instructed to offer for ]Private Sale .1.500 Acres of Good Land, (0 pfa which are fit for Plough ing and partl?, fIiced in), beau tifully situated on the.. .. Bfanks:. of the Av.on,;i .having thereon'a well- built 5.. -:'-bomed Cbttage; :a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
THE CHERALD' IS PUBLISURD EVERY SATURDAY. TKE TE I OF 8UBSCUIPTIO1 ARE : -Thro' the Poet 25s. per annum. Pd.iniadyace Towbfn, 20s." BISNGLE NUMIBERS 6D. EACH. ADVERTISEMENTS. FIr6t S lines, 3s. 6d., every additional line 3d. Malf-price for each subsequent insertion. Ad vertisements for a quarter, or any longer period, by special agreement. AGENTS. PERTH-ME. F. F. ARMSTRONG. YOaR--MI. T. BAILEY. NEWCASTLE--M. J. A. WROTI. INoETHAM,--MU. THROSSELL. BuNBxmny-Mn. GILLMAN. BUSSELTON-MR. J. W. HUMPFRY. GurLFonD.-Mn. YFO. COannrProN BAY-MR. L WALKER, Job Printing of all desoriptions in the best styles For Melbourne direct. Tt UHE fine barque KIANG 0 SCAR, Gibbon, Commander, will sail f9r the ~bove Port on or about ihe 20th August. For freight or passage apply to J. T. REILLY, PERTH, Or D.B. FRANCISCO, FREMKANTLE. Fremantle, 23rd July, 1868. Ship entered at Customs this day, Con signees are requested to clear their goods as early as possible, and no Private Or ders will be recognized. For P...
Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
A u ARRIVALS. : August 1.--FLY1G FOAM; 34 tons, Cobb mas ter, for Champion Bay. Passengers-Miss Jack son. Cargo-5 ¼-casks brandy (under bond) :124 pieces timber, 1000 feet tiniber, 'lreaping machine, 597 palings, 12 bags potatoes, 10. erates:kerosene, 1 dozen chairs, 79 coils .wire, 4 hhds. beer, and sundries... 5.-PALESTINE, (barque) 427 tons, W. A. Car penter, commander, with .general 'dargo, from Londoii. Cabin Passengers - Miss Rogers, Captain & Mrs. Wilkinson and' family, (2) Mary Penny. Mr. J. DuBoully & Mr. A. G. Lacey ; Stecrage-67 Governmerit Immigrants. This ves~el brings 318 pkgs.: comprising the Steam Dredge for the Swan. 5.--WATER LILY,-28 tonsq; Lewis master, from BIunbury. Passengers-rMiss Snook. Mr. ,and Mrs. Hill, J. Back; W. Pollard, M. Bowler, and 5 prisoners. Cargo-207 pieces timbei, 232 bags potatoes, 5 keags butter, hay and sundries. DEPARTURES. August. 3.-WILD WAVyE, 28 tons, cross, mas. ter, for Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs..Veal,...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
'AWCETT On the 'lsf inst,, ,at .Pinjarr+ah1i Park, the ;wife of CArp .' i. WGECTET J.. 1 ,S of a' daughter. ' "', ; ., ; ur adi DRUMMQND-On. ;th 3rdd inst. at IHw- '.thorni Toodyay Ms. ''D Xi;b.t of a daughter, ' . . . . . • - • OAKLEY --n the 3rd nst., at remantle,. the wife of MR. T. V0.'OA. V :?of a daiughter..
Government Resident's Office, Roebourne, June 6, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
Government Resident's Office, Roebourne, June 6, 1868. SIR,-I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of 6th May, No. 47 | 1270, Sand to state that His Excellency the Governor has been misinformed with respect to the ap plication of all the labor at my disposal upon the public building in Roebourne intended for the residence of the Government Resident. The Carpenter and Mason sent down for the purpose were so employed when in Government service, but the former died in February and the latter was discharged in March. I have supplied labor for police and survey purposes, for boating and carting Government goods, for cutting hay for Government horses, carting and stacking the same, for building a hay yard, large shed for Government horses and carts, erecting a storehouse for Government goods, making a temporary wooden lock-up for prisoners, making a hay yard and stockyard, making and fixing framework for tents, repair ing-tents, executing blacksmiths' work for Go vernm...
DESPATCHES LAID BEFORE THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. NICHOL BAY. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, 6th May, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
DESPATCHES LAID BEFORE THE .LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. NICROL BAY. Colonial Secretarq's Office, Perth, 6th Mail, 1868. SIR,-I am directed by His Excellency the Governor to inform you that repeated corn plaints have reached him that all the labor at Port Walcott paid by Public Funds has been employed in the building of your house, and other matters purely for your personal com fort, and although His Excellency has no means of knowing whether such statements are well or ill-founded, he desires me to state, in gene ral terms, that the Government labor must not be unduly appropriatad for purposes in which ' you are personally interested, but must be fairly used for the public benefit. I have, &., FRED. P. BARLEE. The Government Resident, Roebourne.
To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
To the Editor of The Herald. SIm, Unless my memory has began to fail me, I think I remember that in every small town, and 'even in Some villages in England, a fair or mar ket for live stock, agricultural implements, &e., is held once a month; in the metropolis of WV.A. no such chance is afforded to the Farmer of li mited means to dispose of his produce. This is very hard, as too many in this Colony have reason to. know.. Mr. C. Taylor has resolved in future to hold salesi of stock on his premises op posite the "Horse & Groom" once a month. This is a step in the right direction, and I hope he may obtain the patronage which such a bene' ficial speculation merits. I atm Sir, Your's faithifully, COCKATOO FARMER. "Perth, 28th July, 1868.
To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
To the Editor of The Herald. Mr. Edior, | gIn your supplement of last Saturday, occurs this paragraph in your report of the proceedings of the Legislative Council;. . " Mr. Hardey. I give notice that on next at eleven o'clock in the forenoon or as soon as this Honorable Conncil can here me, I shall move that the sum placed on theEstimates for Ecalesiastical purposes be equally divided anirongst Ministers of all denominations or that the sum raised by any Congregation for. the support of a Minister shall be supplemiepted by a like sum from the public chest,?- .. -: • :I i Asithe,Minister of the !Congregational Chiirch at?Fremantle,; I enter my: protest, against afiy increase being made in the Ecelesiastical G'rant--and:d I do so in .the belief that the memberis of iiy church will fully coincide with me in the reasons I give that we as a body do not, accept State aid. - 1. Because we believe that pure and undefiled religion will be always maintained by the zeal and liberality of its v...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 3rd AUGUST, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 August 1868
LESISLATIVB COUNCIkL MONDAY, 3rd AUGUST,.186.8 . The Council met at IoloCLck~ ag;il the: members present.. .. - THE COLONIAL SEORETAJRY. gpreSented a memorial from-. the- Congregiationlists priotestinhg against: the motioii. foi the 'di i;sihon of th ,elesiasticial fuaiid, ain : eg ged that it- be received. ; . . :T, TaE~TORNwEY GENERAL 'seconcded the motion i s: EiXCELLENC i THE GOVEnfOR1 R obser .ed that: the pro0per. time to discusss" the petition would ,be when ..the Estimates were undei consideration. Ti iCoLo0iIAL SECRETARY placed on the tablel a i?durn :of Ijanyruptcies; i On the motion of -Mr. Batemtnan, secon ded'by Mr: Steere, a notice ofl motion witlhreference td Port Regulattiors, &c., was ?ed; , i . Bateman , observing that hon. members were as are of tlie necessity of considering the various important ques aions-therein involved, butmore especia?lly ',iith reference to the selection of skilful men to be placed in chiarge of coasting craft. .tTitii"GojTERan obsa...