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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 29 August 1868

To the Editor of, The .Herald. SIR, Will you kindly favor me with space in your. valuable columns to reply to an epistle signed Thos.'Wilding which appeared in your issue' of 8th inst :--and in which he says I misrepre. sented his premises. I deny it, I again a sert that the Public House and -Store are connected to all intents and purposes under one roof,being no more seperated then is an ordinary sitting from a Bed-room. That the whole building does not stapd on the same grant, is no argu ment, but a mere quibble--a distinction without a differeice,; for I' presume - both grants, if there he two--belong to the same person. Mr. Mears was neither directly or indirectly con nected with my tender for the Bridge. MIr. Wilding asks "what is the difference be tween one man carrying on the two businesses with the contract, or twvo mezi conjointly doing the same thing ?" and answers by saying th~ie two would'want a "douidlle picking" out of it, whkch Iinterpret to mean that the profits woul...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CHAMPION BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 29 August 1868

C iLAMP ION BAY. (Fr.om our own Codrre~onodent.) 4 The crops on the Grcenough Flats 'look as rank and healthy as any can in any part of the world and the same remark applies to those at the Irwin. The overflowing of the Greenough river appears to enrich the adjacent lands. in like manner with the a'nncient Nile, and where Lakes of water emanating from that overflow lately stood on the Lands for a short time it caused a necessity for a second sowing, or where the overflow did not destroy the young corn there it now appears most luxuriant. Of interesting entertainments wewere lately favored with those of Mr. Kohler, which was soon followed by a most exciting Lecture delivered by that zealous hard. working Minister, the Revd. T. H. Lawrence at the Geraldton Hall of the fWorking Men's Society~, Subject " Irdand and the Irish." It was pleasing to hear the remarks madeby the Revd. C. C. Clay at the close of Mr. Law rence's Lecture, and it is sincerely hoped that Mlr. Clay and others at Ge...

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 — 29 August 1868

. T?o the Editor of The Herald. SIR, In the Supplement of your Herald of the 8th inst., you report a staterien made by His Ex cellency the Governor to the Legislatlve Coun cil to the effect that. the Government money expended, in the Chianpion. 'Bay District, during the last six years for work done under public contract in that District was much larger in amount than it was entitled to com paring it with ether districts of the Colony, and His Excellency supported his remarks by point ing out a contract now being executed at Champion Bay Jetty, amounting to £1558. Anybody. and everybody would naturally expect. that such assertions made by a func tionary so high in authority"as the Queen's chief representative here would certainly be correct, but such is not the ease. There is not now. any contract being executed at Champion Bay Jetty at all either of £1558 or any other sum. There never has been any contract executed amounting to that sum or any sum similar to it at all, neither is th...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 29 August 1868

COMPAR.ATIVE statement of Imports and Exports of the colony of Western Australia, for the years ending Septenlber, 1866 ad 1867. ... -. .EXPORETS . ... ..-. -, . _ a. D"•zG"ATIo- QUAnT',. Increne Decrease. Incr e. Decreas. 1866. 1867 16 18 Animals Cows.. es - -5 4 1 35 U ' 28 "7 . Ifor-eu 330 380 50 7,21 8,360 939. .. . hee . " ' "-. 24" 50 26, .18 " ' *1-50 "' ' "32 . " , - . I 44ar4.4c.. .7, .4. . .4t : . , ,.. . ..,- . ods ..· . .. .·:~xoiro. .UNI~~· *;,ral * cea a s a a 11 " 'll o. ... ..tt .4 : .* .4 . .. s s4 Silte d* 511275 lir, tonis . 130& 346 216& ' 2,218 10 " 5,190 " 2,951 10 . Prtiit A... .. . . . . ' 44, 8 ' 8 *' a4 ..... , o ..... ..e6++ • '... " ; :...... .... '- ...-.. 0 " •'.' 1.75. * ,. ".* " a" . a"+. ." '. ... 8 01 . I ... 5 + -. 9 9 +I -.i? , "++.., + , Gums ... ... 3...... . ... 7 * " '-- - i. ":4,0o9 ' 3,635 15 " ' , " Hides .---.... .". " 463 *" 463 a Hoofs andlorns wts... ... ... ... 8 21 13 " " ' .. " 24 " ' : " ' . ..Lead ... .. 4 50 " ; 5....

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 — 29 August 1868

To the Editori of: Th Aerld SIR,. ': ;', ': , ..:.:/"?"?? ?. My object in furnishing for your Journal the .various statements on :the public accounts was two-fold. First, tobring.themi? :before-the set-: tiers in asi simple a form as possible. Secondly, to show their true state to the comnmercial world, ..pecially thoseiparte.of it with. Which the co lIny has dealings, so that at one glance the progress thiat.has been made within the:la~t few years miight be ap?arent aid whidh I thought would tend greatly to assist in~giving a status to the colony in-.pther parts with .which there might be hereafter commercial relations ; and the more such statements are disseminated the greater will be the gain to the colony. I have read therefore 'cScrutator's" letter in your Jour nal of the 15th instalit, with no small degree of pleasure; but before replying to it, I must again publicly and most emphatically declare that I have ,been actuated by no personal bad motive to wards any one single offi...

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 — 29 August 1868

, Tothe Editor of the-Heahld.-< A letter signed Y appeared in your Issueof Saturday-last;.:..... - .. The'information Conveyed by.the writer, tho' statistically correct admits of extenuating ex planation, in affording which I shall avoid as much as possible the spirit exhibited by the writer of'that letter. He commences by professing doubts as to the policy of disendowing the Irish Church, but con eludes in a bitter sectarian spirit by denouncing it as a monstrousi anomaly, which ought at once to be swept away. For the present condition of the Irish Church Establishment; the State is responsible. From time to time living after living has been united by. Acts of Council, .thus creating parishes of great extent, the Protestant population of which havegradually been conCentrated in that one where the Parish Church Rectory and School are situated. At the urgent- representation of the late Primate,. these unions were dissolved into their original distinct parishes, and conse q...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 29 August 1868

YEO'PLE'S MONTI LY SALES. MR:n. TOIMAS COBRRIAN WiLL hold his usual Montlly Sale at his • fart, High Street;. Freinantle, on .TUESDAY, September 1st, 1868, and :.will sell by Public Auction . VARIETY of- Household Furni ture, ChAirs, Tables, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothing, Boots, Calico, Linsey, Watches, Forfar, Harness, Towel ling, Cord' and Mole- Trousers,; Tinware; Jewelry, Hats, Ladies' Jackets, Clocks, Sancepans, Kettles, Galvanized Buckets aitd Tubs, 18 Bags Navy Biscuit, Coats, Vt~st, Trousers, ALSO,- A 1?fl toned Piano in good repair.. * ALSO,---• KE: orse, Harness, and Cart, &e. S.i? l to commence at 11 o'clodk. ' TEI. :Rs--CASR. ~) All in SMALL LOTS, to suit THE.PEOPLE. " :AuctionMart;, High Street, ) SiFremitantle, Aug .28, 1868. J MESSRS. T. FARRELLY & Co, WaL~-offer for Sale, on WEDNESDAY, 'Sth'proximo, at Mr. C. Taylor's yards, Horse and Groom:iTHotel- -A; M LElI herd of.about 30 head of - CATTLE, consistinig of Milch Cows with calves by their side, C...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 29 August 1868

IS PUBLIS3D , ...THE TEDS 0o.8.s.BSRIPTIONAX.RE : 'I hro' the Ppst 258. per annum.- 1 .Town, 2. a , Pd.in SINGLE NUMIEE GD. .EAfA. - A-DVERTISEMENTS.," . . 1irst 8 lines, 3s. 6d., every additional line 3d. lHalf-price for each subsequent insertion. Ad-! Svertisements for a quarter, or any longer period, special agreement. AGENTS. PERTH-MR. F. F. ARMSTRONG. NEWCASTLE--MR. J. A. WROTIH. NORTHAM.-M-R. THROSSELL. BUNBURY-MR. GILLMAN. BUSSELTON-MER. J. W. HIUMPHRY. CHAMPION BAY--MM. I. WALKER, ob. Printing of aUl descriptions in the best styles I First Wool Ship for London via Champion Bay. S HE fine clipper built barque I PALES TINE, A 1, 427 tons register, still Scommanded by Captain COARPEN TER, will elave this port for Champion Bay on or about the 5h day of Septem next. She will c1omplete her loading at Champion Bay, from -whence she will have quick dispatch for London. This vessel made a quick pasi8ge to London last year, and arrived in time for the February Wool Sales; and there is...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 29 August 1868

J otust to Corretspo nbytt. Our.notice of the Repqrt of the Perth Work ing Man's Association and "Chips" "Letter from in Huit," srhst stand over to next 'eek. ECbe iieralb. SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1868.

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 29 August 1868

AbTippiug &cport. AItVALS. Aug.l 22.-LEs ;TaRIs Amis, 44 tons, Green, master, from Champion.l3ay. Passengers--Mrs. C. ·Von Bibra. :;Miiss Oliver, .Mr. Green, F. Thomipson, and 8 prisoners. Cargo-.50 bagsr wheat, 145 do. flour, 98 do. barley; 140 do. bran, and 34 pkgs. sundries.. ..... Sanue day.-SwAR, 25 tons, Purguson, master, from Irwin River. Cargo-228 bags flour, 62 do. Bran, and Pollard, 20 do. crushedfwheat. '"DEPARTURES.· Aug. 22 FREEBRIDGE, 99 tone, Captain Smidt for Adelaide, vii King George's Sound. Pass sengers for Albany-Dr. Rog~rs, Miss Rogers, and servant,.Ellen Smith,.Mary Jones, Kitchener (warder) and M. Kanec; for Adelaide-Mrs. Kyll and infant, Mrs. Hamilton, and Samuel Farmer. I 25.-TwIR~Yha:STAR, for Champion Bay. 28.-Fir?Ly :FoA6i: , 3?4 tons,-j Cobb, master,. for Irwin River: rnd Champion Bay... Passen-, gers-J. Walton, ~A.M'Oullook,:Mrs. .v'Carthy, and 'famoilyndd JFIot-a irik day gn e (under bond), I -cask brandy, l do. gin, 14 cses brandy, 20??ase~'wi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A PRETTY PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 September 1868

A PRETTY PICTURE.-An artist taking the portrait of a lady, perceived that when he was working at her youtl she was trying to render it smaller by contracting her lips. "'Do not trouble yourself sq much, madam," exclaimed the painter. '" If you please, I will draw your face without any mouth at all."

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. THE MASTER OF WINTERSLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 September 1868

THE STORY-TELLER, THE MAASTER OF WINTERSLOW. Thus Cecile was adotpted into the family Pt Winterslow ; and so as the months past, it grew to. be her home, and -its people dearer than any she had ever known, By degrees, she ceased to think it strange that she might not speak ,to Katherine of her mother, and forgot to notice Hugh Gordon's strange manner towards little Rose-now petting her childish beauty, and turning her away, as if the sight of her was hateful to him. Cecile scarcely remembered that there was a family secret unknown to he\r-z. she was so happy in this loving home, she sunned herself so gladly in its genial brightness. But Hugh Gordon never forgot. it never-forgot the phantom that stood be tiveen him and the dear, sweet joy of Jove-never forgot that as long as. it pleased Heaven, he must be a lonely man; covering up his vacant, longing heart, as best he might, and putting down with a strong hand the rebellious desire that too often beset him. And not forgetting this, h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 September 1868

THE YELDHIIAM PHOTOGRAPHIC GALL E RY , Cantonment Road,i FREMANTLE. DAYS for operating (unless by private arrangement) will be TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS, hours from 10 to 4. All enquiries and letters to be ad dressed to Miss Manning Park Cottage, Cantonment Road, Fremantle. Fremantle, August 7th, 1868. Passenger & Parcel CONVEYANCE, Between Fremantle and Perth, And Vice Versa ONCE A DAY. Mi- R. H. ALBERT, having added to his vehicles and Horses the stock in trade of Mr. Hardman late Mail Con tractor between "Perth and Fremantle, begs to inform the public generally, that he will run A Covered 4 Wheel Conveyance, BETWEEN FREMANTLE & PERTH, ONCE A DAY, leaving Fremantle. at 9 'a.m.,' and Perth at 3 p.m. N.B.-Saddle Horses, Spring: Carts, Traps, and Carriages for" private parties always on Hire. Individuals and families conveyed to any part of the Colony, on the most reasonable terms. Fremantle, August 7,'1868 21 A. To Cover. I . TATTON will stand for the 7' sea...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SCRAPS. TO BE CONTENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 September 1868

SCRA'iPS TO BE CONTENT. Speak not of youth as of a time Too wholly fair to last, ' Nor:yet implore forgetfulness Of all the buried'past. ` The good and ill of ev ry day ; . IAre written on one page, SAid often gleams of youth retur ' In sober'd guise of age. 'Tis someting, in this world of ours, Although our blood be cold, To sympathise with those whofeel' As we have felt of old. 'Tis something, when the aged bear' The burden of the day, To aid and comfort in their need. And cheer them on their way. .: So, thread by thread, the ties are 'twined That link our hearts and hands, And each succeeding phase of life . Is gathered in new hands : New.cares, new wants, new blessings spring, To every age its own ; It is but wholly ill with him Whose heart is wholly stone. At a largdfire in Boston the firemen succeeded in reaching a trunk belonging to a domestic, named Kitty Quadd. " It's not the value of me clothing, sir," said Kitty, very much delighted that her trunk bad'been found, " but it...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 September 1868

. S.ottC t 0oi rtý Onrbttiit5 Musicus .--We are unable to inform you for certainty, uhdetiier His Excellency intends pre senting to the New Town Hall-as a parting gift,uhis very superior piano-which we. believe did oost as you say £150. It certainly would be an"appropriate gift, as indicting the hhrmony bthat.;has:existed between His Excellency and the Municipality in beautifying the town. Rumour sass, h,'wever, that one of the.packagel s with the :Sirin' Dredge is being prepared for its convey ance to England. SMR.G. F. TEEDE has been appointed AGENT for; this journaiat Bunbur.: -

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 — 5 September 1868

To the EditLor. ofThe HeIrald. DEAR SIR, .. :In this little Settlement of' ours,' far re moived as iwe are from the: ,Sister Colonies;" theinecessary wants.in cases f:extreniie emer gency are miserably . unattended :to ..by Goverineiit. I inay st'ite a? being a settler on the N. W. Coast in the towvinhij ?of -ýoebirce; that the aid of a'Medical Practitioner is most 'acutely felt by us., hke Settlcmerit is but-young~ and the Settlers; si ferw that the death of one through the want of Medical aid must necessarily throw a damp on, the others, and force into, their minds beyond excuse the warnt, aye, and the extreme want of a doctor, and that, one who thoroughly understands his art. Cases of death where the patients have had but a short period of illness, (and in fact I may: term it sudden death,) are : frequent down here, whereas perhaps in those few fleeting minutes the eye of a Doctor, both skilful and practical, could have detected and :if required have. instantaneously applied a re...

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 — 5 September 1868

To the Editor of The Hei'ald: SIR,- From your review of the TV. A. Church of England Magazine for August, I have learned thiat in this periodical; it is laid to the charge of the canvassers for the Orphanage of the Sisters of 1Mercy, that deception was practised. I do not read the Magazine, but assumed your statement to be correct. I was one of the canvassers for Fremantle in company with the Rev. M. Gibney, who is now travelling in the northern districts, on the same errand ofmercy, for which he is so well qualified. In the two days, that I went round with him, we visited the greater portion of the more respectable in habitants of this town. We used to introduce the object of our call by announcing, that we were. pleading the cause of our orphans, hitherto brought up in the Home. Government would support them, by contri buting for each orphan the same amount, which was paid to. the above institution. It was now the part of the Catholic com munity, to provide the children, -with a h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 September 1868

T?E last mail has relieved us of alldoubts as to the removal of Mr. Hampton from the Government of this Colony, and fully nfirmed te rumored aointmentof It is but fair to assume that the Im perial Government in making this ap pointment will observe the conditions which they imposed on themselves, "that in consideration of an increase of £700 per annum, chargeable on the Colo nial Revenue, in addition to the existing charge of £800, (Governor's Salary,) they would supply the Colonists -with Gover nor of "Higher Administrative talents' than had been hitherto forwarded to us. -Untilwe have had a trial of the New Governor's. qualifications, we shall re serve all remarks upon the appointment, but we do not therefore shut ourselves out from placing our.wants and wishes in such a position that they may be immedi ately apparent to him on his arrival. .We do not anticipate that an ex perienced official will commit himself at once to any decided policy, he may have received specific instructi...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
YORK LIST. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 September 1868

YORK LIST. (Continued.) " Charles Edwards 0 10 .0 Thos. Edwards 0 5 o " Gordon 0 5 0 Mr. Kersley 1 0 0 " J. Fleay 1 0 0 "' Bald 0 7 0 " Moore 0 5 0 " Bon 0:5 0 " Edmund 'Cahill. 3 0 0 " Hill o 5 050 " :Miss Waters 5 0 0.0 Mr. McCarthy 010 0" - " G.Liy 0 10ill " A. Lilly 0 2 6 " Brown. 0 2' 6 " Chapman. . 0 2 6 Mr. & Mrs..Murtagh 1 0 0 " Delap 0 2 6 ....

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 September 1868

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. The incoming English Mail has brought us the details of what we have previously com? mnunicated in the telegrams which are usually a fortnight in advance of the ordinary intelli gence by the public postal conveniences. We have before us the lengthened debate in the [louse of Lords on the Irish Church Sus pensory bill, after a most exhaustive debate, in which all that had been advanced for and against it in the House of Commons was pro duced, as is usual, the question was argued calmly, and ably, and on high and broad prin ciples. With the Lords it was not a party, or a per sonal question, a struggle between two able and ambitious men for political power. The best objections to it were that it merely affirmed a policy, without providing the means of carry ing it out, and that great inconvenience, and confusion would arise from suspending the rights of the crown, to fill up ecclesiastical va cancies, until Parliament had settled, first the question as to t...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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