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VICTORIA AGRICULTURAL AND DISTRICT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 September 1868
VICTORIA AGRICULTURAL AND DiSTRICT SOCIETY. Report ofa Quarterly Meeting held at the "Hampton Hotel," Greenough Flats, on Wednesday, 5th day of August 1868. MEMBERS. PRESENT. Kenneth Brown, B. Clarkson, M. Brown. J. Perejuan, F. Waldeck, . R. Bell, C. V. Foss, J. Wilton; Sergt. Walsh, . D. Desmond, . Wm. Waldeck, T.-J. Wilton,'jun, Jno. Stokes, R. Petit,' . Jn'o. Eakins Jas. Rumble, Titus Russ,. Thos. Duncan, C. H. Elliott; A. Durlacher, A. Brown, Win. Stokes, W. Forrest, jun.. Thos.. Burges, S. P. Reynolds, , Jas. Smith,." .- - Jno.Rhodes Wm. Osborne, !M. Hoskehn, . Jos. Walton, C. Pearson, ' Geo. Baston', F. Pearson, D. H. Scott, Proposed by K. Brown,. Seconded by A4 Durlacher., ? ? *? That Mr F. Waldeck take the Chair. Carried. The Report of the minutes of the last general meeting was then read by the Honorary Secre tary and passed. The Committee authorized to draw up Rules and Regulations for the working of the Society brought them forward, and with some altera tions they were p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 September 1868
C 0. SA Tenders fbr Bills. ENDERS (in duplicate) will be re . ceived at the Comnmishtiat Offiue Perth until noon on. WEDNESDAY NEXT, 9th instant for BiUls at 30 cays' 4ight on the Lords Connmmissioners of Her z ajesty's :'reasury. TENDERS.'WILL A1SO BE RECEIVED AT THIE' SAME TIME AND PLACE FOR BILLS AT 10 DAYS' SIGHT ON THE COMMISSARIAT OFFICERS IN CHARGE OF THE. IMPERIAL TREAUlRY CHESTS AT MELBOURNE, SYD NEY, AND ADELAIDE, RESPECTIVELY. STenderers are requested to state the amount of premium per cent. which they are willing to give. Preference will be given to the tender= ers offering.the highest premium, and in case of equality of tenders as to premium, and their amounting together to more than the sum required, the amount ac cepted will be divided in proportion to the amount of such teidiers; if the parties are ,willing to take Bills for a less amount" than that for which they have tendered. Tenders for Bills under £100 will not be noticed. Tenderers are requested to write the wo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 September 1868
THE 'HERALD' IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. THE TERMS OF SfUBSOCRIPTION ARE :- Thro' the Post 25s. per annum. Pd.inadvance Town, 20s. .inadvance SINGLE NUMIBERS 6D. EACH. ADVERTISEMENTS. First 8 lines,.3s. 6d., every additional line 3d. 1alf-price for each subsequent insertion. Ad vertisements for a quarter, or any longer period, special igreement. AGENTS. PERTH-M . F. F. ARMSTRONG. NEWCASTLE-MR. J. A. WROTH. NORTHAM.--MR. THROSSELL. BUNBURY-MR. GILLMAN. BUSSELTON-M?. J. W. HUMDPHRY CHAMPIoN.BAT-MR. I. WALKER, Job Printing of all descriptions in the best styles First Wool Ship for London via Champion Bay. THE fine clipper built barque _ PALE STINE, A 1, 427 tons register, still commanded by CaptainCAnPrEN TE1R, will leave this port for Champion Bay on or about the 5th day of Septem next. She will complete her loading at Champion Bay, from whence she will have quick dispatch for London. This vessel made a quick passage to London last year, and arrived in time for the February Wool Sale...
MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 September 1868
MAIL TICUE. -0 +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 12th September, at 6 o'clock p.m. For the Australian Colonies, New Zealand, and Tasmaniapon Friday the 18th September, at 10 o'clock a.m. *• . Money Orders for transmission by 'the above conveyance will., be issued on the Australian Colonies, New Zealand, and Tasmania, up to 11 a.m. on Thursday, 17th September, and on the United Kingdom, up to 11 a.m, on Thursday, 10th September, Letters for! Registration must be .posted..one hour before the closing of the Mail. ' ' Late Letters, on payment of a fee of 6d.;, ina be posted up to 12-30 p.m. A. HELMICH, . . . - . Postmaster-General. S.: General Post Office, . Perth, September 3rd 1868. J . . . . --. ,. . . . .,., ..,• _, - . . .. .
Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 September 1868
Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. Aug, 31:—MARY ANN, schooner, 33 ton's, Chapman, master, from Port Walcott. Passen- gers—Messrs. Hicks, Dyson, Wilkinson, and James Herbert, Cargo—35 bales wool and a quantity of pearl and coral shells. Sep. 4.—TWINKLING STAR, 59 tons, Hanham, master, from Champion Bay. Cargo—113 bags flour, 200 bags wheat, 53 do. bran, 57 do. barley, 50 do oats. Same day—MAUDE, 26 tons, T. O'Grady, master, from Vasse. Cargo—21 loads timber. DEPATURES: August 30.—MAUD, cutter, 26 tons, T. O'Grady master, for the Vasse. In ballast. 31.—WILD WAVE, schooner, 28 tons, Cross, &nbsp; master, for Vasse and Bunbury. Passengers— 3 prisoners. Cargo—2 hhds. rum, 1 hhd. and 1 ¼-cask brandy, 1 ¼-cask and 12 cases gin, 1 half-tierce tobacco, and 6 cases merchandize (under bond) ; 9 b hds. beer, 45 bags flour, 20 bags barley, 25 do. oats, 35 bags sugar, and 134 pkgs. sundries. Sep. 1.—MAZEPPA, 20 tons Tajour, master, &nbsp; for Bunbury and Vasse. Cargo—38 bags sugar, 4 bag...
ALBANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 September 1868
ALBANY. (From our own Correspondent.). The weather for the last two days has been fine, but to-day we have a strong N.W. wind with rain. We have had a bad whaling season in the Sound this year. The schoonei Emma Sehrral returned yesterday in oil, saw plenty of whales but could not get near them. July 31.-schoonerActive, from Cape Yorke L. Godfrey, master. put in this Port' short of provisions, sailed again August 1st for Sydney. August 2.-American ship Eliza Adams, C. Hamlin, master, came into Port for supplies from a whaling cruise. Sailed again August 9th for Sydney, Angust 22.-At 3 a.m. the steamer Rangat ari, W. Grainger, master, arrived from Ade aid e with mails and cargo. At 4"30 a.m., the R. M. Steamer Bombay, arrived from Sydney and Melbourne, G. N. Hector, master. Sailed again for Galle at 5 p.m. WE understand that Mr. W. Leech, of this town is introducing into the Colony by the Fitzroy a very choice description of domestic fowl-the " Prize Spangled Hamburg." The plumage of...
To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868
To the Editor1 f:TheHjelald. SIR, - If some one of Britain's gifted sons who guide the helm of State, about-whose infant lips, we. will presume, a swarm of bees had settled,whils: his mother, like Plato's, dreamed that.aher male child "was the son of Apollo, could find leisure to visit this'Colony; and make himiself thoroughly familiar with its.history, statistics, and geogra phical conformation, at what conclusion withre-~ ferenceto its prospects, would .that hereditary legisiato'r id all propability irrirve ? As a sort of pirepatory remark we shduld doubtless be re minded that Englishmen have an inborn tena dency to girumble-that the privilegQ of grumb ling was one of the clauses:in the Charter.which Britannia held in hand, when .that lady arose; some centuries ago;with considerable allegonical confusion, out of the azure .main -and moreover that they are exceedingly prbne to; fasten the blame of ill-success on some,.totally innocent cause. Thus West Australians frequently indulge...
To the Editor of the Hereld. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868
To the Editor of the Hereld. In your paper of the en6t July, 1867, y? u b rouglt editorially, before the $5iblic, a phin, which I suggested forareindeerg Fremartle some what more akin to a commercial Port than it is at present, and I promised you at the time that I would furnisheyou with a detail of my pliiq in exteizsuo.. I ame sorry that I havewhad no suffpcientheiase to redeem my promise hitherto, nor, I feair. must add, in fact, but little inclination to devoth as much time to the matter as would bye necesk4 sary to work out the minute calculations of er plan which under present rule could have~bqt. a very faint chance indeed of. being carried intb' .effect. I owe you, however, some amenide f my neglect, and I therefore sed you a sketcihelfl my. plan, together c with ao ew brief. ret pi thereon in elucidation, whouh you may perhaps think worth publishing. . w a n I call tn e sugrgested work E Harbor tDocin. it partakes of both without being strictly eilhe I propose to form this ...
THE LAMINT O' TH' BLACK SWAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868
THIIE LAMiNT ?iTH' BLACK SWAN. (niB BJNiNEY OKEBEFE.) . Och Ifare you well owid Docthor dear, tha la'e . OchI! Wirrasthru ; 'Tis'you that laves no aiquel here, - ""' eOch !Wirrasthru , SuAn' whii gyer fa:beyant the say, SWeil'~iver forget the'dirty:day "Yoi lost the Swan an' .th' exthra pay, 'i:" ... .' '.:"' ;.. Och ! Wirrasthriue. 'Tis you improved our fishin' t~irade ':" .i· : .',:;'Y? :.?.. ..".:. - OCh.! W irrasthi'u In that green isle where crawfishplayed, .::. S- Oeh! Wirrasthru, Weknow you always loved to rest.. SThree months a vear-ip sweet Rottnest ; Bunt Lobsther sauce y~ou 'iloved the be~t, Ochl I Wirrasthiru. 'Tis you that always shut yer hand, ' Och I Wirrasthru?;: Agina thim fools from Paddy's land,. .. Och I Wirraistlru. SBedad you kihewi-tie raisonwhy Yo:-'yiiatBied 'em?n?wid a wary.eye.; SAn"said; "No Irish nieed: apply,'? ." fa... CI, j.-.:.. Qchl Wirrasthru. I 'T~i ist.ygrsplf knew how, the best, ..: , ?? . Och ! Wirrasthru,. To: rapea.' sow a Thircasury Chest, S...
YOBK. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868
-YOI3K. (.", : .. " ' , B : . . (Fro"" ' " "" m ::ou own Corres-pondent.)' f "", A '.e?.nmg'. of the settlers of the Ybrk and ".Beverly disfretsi'coiiivened for the purpose of . appointiinig at cdiiiitte e to take.into consider !' ation the employinent and superintendence: qf ";, labour, and-thie:expenditure of public money on the roads and: blridges of the district, in accor S dance with the notice in tieGovbernment..Gzettde - of th'e IS-t Ad.~g~t last, was held this day'at the ;r Conrt: House :York; the .following gentlemen . . -being,prcsent.:--.,: ssr4 ...Ph?lips, M..L. C., S. S.E. Jurges, J: P.,i,. .: Lee. Steere, J. P.; J. W.. Psarke! , S. S. Psarker, J. W. Bioun,;.Joh, Fleay, W. E.dwards, M. Smith, and Thomas &lt;"Gregson. . The Resident MTagistrate having.been called to Sthe ch'air, stated the object of the meeting, when Tr: rs ark er prio~p4 W tiht be ·gfjing gentlemen be appointed on the Committee.-W. Cowan, Esq., R.M., Chairman, Messrs. A. F. Lee Steere, S. E. Bur...
A PROPOSED HARBOR DOCK FOR FREMANTLE, W. A. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868
A, . .. PR.OPOSED-HARBOR DOOEKFOR FREMANTLE, W. A . ::. : R?EFE.1ENCE'S..l. .iah .Hose, n 3.Railway, 4. Additional Quays and:Jetty-ifneeded hereafter, 5.'Jetty 600,ft??.openpflef, 6. 7.:Rai .,f io,'outh Jetty to EieriviJt '8. Com'misari 8tie,.: ent Platfora for' l Gdods; 10.; Addition to.presentJetty,, 11. Jetty at present in use, 12. 13.- Oen Piie?ij etty, ,1,00 ft. entire leni.th 14'i Eitranide' t side nt;c ; talobrF;, O'ide, 15: 'Paitindof Breakwater, 1,l:00ft in.length, .:'.Portioi~ado., lis00 ft.' -Scale ' Ofi:Aeto-te iinch. -.':
To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868
To the Editor of The Herald; . SIR, I wish to contradict a statement inyour issue of the 22nd of Xugust, Z. intimates there, that a cliheequewa's left by a mistake:at the Camp, and. instead of being returned to the Mail Carrier on his'return journey, got by some mysterious pro cess isnto the hands of the prisoner. I beg:to 'state thlat the letter: was returned to the Mail Carrier,: and was obtained from" him munder a false .pretext by the prisoner without my knowledge, I having forwarded the letter to Mr. henry Offer its lawful owner. Your most obedient RICHARD HENDERSO)N, A. W. Officer in charge. 1pinjaraB ri 4 Hasyey Road, Sept, 7th, 1868. a
SUMMARY FOR THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868
SUMMARY FOR THE MAILS. It is once more our duty to place before our readeris both at home and abroad a resume of the events both social, commercial and political which have occurred sinae the departure of the last monthly mail. We have been relieveld ?mn the state of suspense, so long hangigimybver us as to the termination of Governor Harnipton's adminis tration, in the announcement that Sir B. Pine, a tried Colonial Administrator has been ap pointed as.. hIis suceessor-we presume, as we have complied with the condition precedent, by ifici~easing the colonial contribution to his .alary,""A Governor of Higher Administra tive talents." Until we are satisfied from ex perien~e to the contrary weaccept the appoint mnent asone in accordance With.the condition attached on the part of the Imperial Govern ment. As long as the salary was so miserable, we had no reaauon to expect that any trained offi cial would accept the appointment, and we therefore will confine ourselves to one .obser vati...
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868
*I ... ·i" ! -..' .: ": *: ?SHiP.PING;. :..· ... "*."" .-.-Th.- The followinig vessels .(exclusive of coasters) i ave' lift the pbr? during the month :- .,.. A' .A .n* 1.9." .-IKIrOscan, for -Melbourne, with: gurnmpsarl shells hnd wheat. S" 22.--FRERBRIDGE, for Adelaide, with flour. - - Sept. 2.-SY?,p?HIDE, for. Singapore,' with h. orses, flour, and sandalwood. 7.-L DY LOUISA,- for Hong Kong. with San dal wood. Fr. ; reight is muich wanted as usual, and there Ss no appearance of' the want being supplied--or S atall events' not until somethiign is done in: : : :"the'rway of Hlairbor improvements.. A vessel is i'n. n : uch wanted to bring, the Wool from Nicol Bay, :: "'also"one for Mauritius .with timber, flour,. &c. Fr.- ?·eight is, also ~.anted.forr tnmber to the.Colo n. -nies, and horses. to .India., Stocks of 'sandal w, . .wood are reduced iower tiia,n they have beeri foi niany months, ubut with .the approaching diry .weatlher will sooncculniulate, andabsgrbitiearly al..al...
AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868
. :MU SE1M~ .NTS We have hd nthii g refessiou'd 1ith the ex ception of .the: Wigzbd Kohler who is travel ling in the rural districts astonilhing the folk by -his dexterous- and. wonderful tnreks of legerdemain.. :·*~X are advisld :tf the arrival from the eatern colonies ot Seignor Abecco- harpist and balladist. The success of pro fessional ' artistes who have:iromu time to visited y s is becoming known,' and will no doubt secure us a tolei ably regular supply of amusement. Fremantle'has been enlivened by the really capital entertaihmeiitr 'iven by ihe Temper ance ?oijety, whichg have drawn larger audienceE than aiiyhiig ever yetp~ut out.
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868
. WHEAT T. e l.tible of' ast' yer'ssropp, witi ;fewtfriling 'exeptionisi'ay besafd to be opnP'of. ":*tlie liands of growers, and so out of the market. - We have no quotations. .. F: ' .'' B : StOdks in:- haandinPerth and Freman aI* : are-small, but there :are.":large quantities in be :?/ie eonifirry to come in..--Ther .is no alteration. " h'il p*l'ee to reportii huntli;ere is a tendency to .de, Sd:in.1e :l','xpbrts ara cxpected to be made ly the S;Sunmgaree.and Kestrel ,liiw daily expected froma *.h-'.:4he other, coonies.: . .. . . ., BARLEY : Stdcks .jquite sufficient to require n ,' *. nents--demand .ery small,; ·nay be quoted at . 4e *8.;to 4s; 3d.. ... : r" ATS :-Scarcely ay demand ats.; .-. n" A :-Stocks are large liice £6 lOs.'per'- ton :. of 2000 lbs,-bag extra...- Small: quantitis.iare : fre~ienitljr sold at 'tlhe hariner at varying prices. ' Therb has beend no .opportunity. lately. for .ex port. "'-"DRAPznRY : As usual at this time of year, trade is very dull, and ;no activ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868
T-ONIC BITTERS, CHI-AMPION QUININE WINE. The most pleasant and invigorating tonic known. As a -beverage it is delicious and wholesome ; it is unecualleai as a stimulant, and dj.es not induce any unpleasant re-action. It ri?ay be .advantagcously taken by persons suffering from indigestion, neuralgia, or the relaxing, influences of oal.jate. This q.uinice wine may be drunk alone, or as a bit~ter wi,th'other liquors. LEV.Y BROTHERS, Merchants, Melbourne. To be had of MIa. JAMJ S HERBERT 'Freina sons' Hotel,' .Fremantle. 8. A. Is TiHE SUPRE ME COURT, Samson iv. Earnshaw. THE Sheriff will cause to be sold on SATURDAY, the 12th. day of Septem ber neit, by Ma; Ar ntmv R.OSSELLOTTY, at the Court House, Busselton, at the hour of NOON, (unless this Execution be previously satisfied), the follow ing most valuable properties in two Lots, and of which fuller particular will be given in a future advertisement. LOT 1.-The Equity of Redemption of the Defendant in 12 acres of Land, portion of Sussex...
EREMANTLE UNION BENEFIT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868
* E3RiNTLE. (T3\*. B15'%1 1PI Sociury.'-T.The. :,.-rst .meetifig of this society 'iter' i?s legal1for" it:.; .~:o iio;ii ld idat thd rotn 'lately occupied by jie Mech:a.d nic; Instifute at 8 o'c!ock on Mond.y" e.'viinn iitig ed several iilembners paid their fli'at o ""uth's sitiscription, but in consequence of the " inc"mecy. of the weather there was not as lairgeas an attendancce as anticipatod ;. the meet ' irig was therefore adjourned.to next Monday ?at the same. place and time. The table of en I.. ranee fees h.:ve been considerably reduced! ...since.the meeting held at the Oddfellows' Hall ; .::: it now ttands thus :-Iroim 17 years of age,:but . iot exceding ,5, Es.; firmn 23 to .35, 7s 6d. ; : '..from .5 to-45, ItOs.; and the mdlthly subscrip tion to :the funeral and sicknes, fund varies'for th..e first month frorni Is. 5d. to 2s: d. ad.'; tther months from lid. to Is. ld.; and inadditioti- Is. . a i?b~th to thd indid~ntai E.pense Fund, the b : inefitderived being 10s; a week i...