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VICTORIAN PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868

VICTORIAN PLOUGHING MATCH. The Annual Ploughing Match of the Victoria Agricultural and D)istrict Society took place on Thursdlay the 5th inst., in a field belongings to Mr. Thos. Walsh on the banks of the Greenough River facing the Greenough HIotel. The weather was very favorable, and the ground in first rage order, slight showers having f:alllen during the night previous, and the sunny day drew forth crowds of spectators. Five Ploughs started in class A, and the prizes were awarded as follows : - "First Prize £5 Robt Wilton. * Second do. £2 Win. Criddle. Ten Ploughs started in class B, and the fol lowing are the successful competitors : SFirst Prize £4 J. Connolly Second do., £2 John Jones Third" do., £1 Jas. Connolly Two ploughs only started for class C, and the first prize £4 was awarded to John Browning. In class D, for boys under 16 years. Four teams started, and the followingr prizeswere awarded :- p F Tirst Prize£2 10s. James Bell Second do.,'1 lOs. H. Criddle Third do.,? 1 b...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PUBLIC WORKS [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868

PUBLIC WORKS remainas-at' our last 'mmarujy. A strong feeling is becoming manifestd. In favor of a Brehkwater and Harbor sudi! as we have froni time to time advocated. In to-daSy's issue we give a rough sketch ofthe proposed work with an approximate estimate by a gentleman of long experience; in this colony and fully com petent to give an opinion. - Merchants and coloiiists generally are becomitig fully im pressed with the importance anld necessity of such a work, and those who a Sh6rt time since were averse to the construction of a Harbor by a Breakwater and in favoli of opening the Bar at the mouth of the Swan, are beginning to see the impracticability of the Iltter scheme, andthe enormous advantages in favor of the former. We have so repeatedly, dwvelt upon the benefits that would accure to the colony from such. -works, that we do: ot think it niecessary 8 ri e to recapitulate ~what has been so often advanced in its-favor. There can be no doubt that "the erection of such works wo...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868

S':JABOR. God . la..- G bordrs of all kinds atremuch wanted- -nd fanrmers are experiencing some anxiety as:,to -:'labor aailable forc getting in.the coming har /vest. A good deal of dissatisfzctidn is expressed Sat the Report of 'the Committee of Council on r Inaim1gation. mnie 'immigrdtion rec6nmmended. a .is..ooside di P idredatot io deqeiite Id tie wants of the Colou, atnd icculated to operate -iLsvi .or .lJy rdthr t.?,itri * rti w. an in..ducing eimT grahtr to select thil'sCon? -' :.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868

COMMERCIAL. Trade since out last has been dull. There is nothing of the slightest interestvto report. The Marine Insurance Company has. commenced operations under favorable circumstances. Se veral risks have been accepted: The Telegraph Company we hear are only waiting the arrival of Plant from Melbourne to commence erecting t~e post. and wire, and tho' #wVr doubt terq nnch whether it will be found to pay as a cornm a; mercial speculation, we are acquainted with • 'several practical business men, who feel con ..i-' .incedtbat it w?ill atleais pay. its' working exT .-; penees-will be a' .,git coeiyenience unBd ultimately pay .. .;: ;. . .'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868

The National Bank of Australasia, TflJE. Branches of this Bank, at,.Perth S..-' .and Fremantl, will be GLOSED to 'the-Puilic on Tuesday,~ 'the 15th Scpcember next, for toe 'Half-yearly Balance. ' HENRY OKES,. ' '" Pro Manager. ' Perthli, 8th September, 1868 . THE IMATINE IJNSUIRANC 3GQMPAlY II WESTERN. ATSTETRAk IA. -Ih e :W.OTI©E ..is hereby gleri -that. the 'L1 -Com0pany.. have comnmenced busi-, .seas, and..the Dilrecto4rs girlnt Policime of Insurance, and uindertake Risks on Ships,: Freight and Merchandize, to and frbm all parts of the 'woald. on.liberal terms. SApplications to be maide to the' Direct-: .ors at the Company's QOffices (temporary) on the -premises of Mr. W. D. Moore, Fremhntle, or personally fo iMessrs. E. Newman andW. D..:\oor6, "Fr mantle, and,Mr. George Shenton, Perih. . September 7th, 1868. *ROASTED B ULLOCK!!' Important Notice. S*) R. OHARLES T AYJLOR, tiorse & -Groom Hotel;, ' ePth,'. takes this ,ppdortunity of thankiag his numerous ·'friends,,and the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868

First Wool Ship for London via Champion Bay. 7 E?1E fine clipper bujilt barque A 1, 427 tons register, still commanded by CtptainknPER'n - TER, Will leave this port for Champlon Bay on or about the 5,h day of .Seipteiu' next. She will complete her lo'ading..:at Champion Bay, from lwhence 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 Sales, and there is every propability of her doing the same this year. Hassuperior accommodation for pas sengere. For freight or passage apply to . C. A. MANNING, Fremanfle, Or G. SiENTON, Perth. gi Intending passengers are re quested to secure their berths early.? Fremantle, August 10, 1868. For Champion Bay. T HE fine clipper built barque PALES'INB, A, 427 tons register, W. A. CABRPxEER, Comma Lder, will leave this port for Champion Bay on or about the 5th of September next. For freight or passage apply to C. A. MAN-NING, Fremantle. Or .G. SHENTON, Perth. Frema...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868

Wi- have over and over agai4 urged up on all interested in the success of 1,nny Leadings, Lectures, &c., the recess~ty of introducing as an essential e~eme~i of success -music, vocal and istyumedtal. '" Musio hath charms," and not*ing i so powerful in drawing together nuie concourse of people as the sound? of nm sic.. It operates alike upon all- the i~ niorant aind.the ,wise----those who ;unde stand its principles, and those to o no are alike attracted by it, and owi an submit to its influence. 3 The. power of its attraction was ~never better illustrated, than on Thursday even,-. ing last, at the entertainmeyt given at the .OddFlellows' Hall, underthe auspices of the. W. A Temperance and R.efeation Society. Never was tlh'ere a greater suc cess in the Colony, and the success was unquestionably attributable to the fact that.it wi? known there 'would be music. :Hitherts tlie great difficulty that has stood in the way of intrbducing music into these amusements, intended princi p...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868

.Mjypaings Etport. ARRIVALS. September 4.-MAUD, 26 tons, T. Q'Grady, ,mpster, from Vasse. Cargo-21 loads timber. SSame day.--TwINKLNG STAR, 59 tons, Ban iam, nmaster, from Champion Bay. Cargo--113 bags four 200 do. wheat, 53' do. bran, 57 do. barley? ~nd 50. do. oats. 7."" ATER LILY, 28 tons,'Lewis master, from Blinbory andVasse. Passengqrs--R.: Kay, J. Sinith, T. Welsh, W. Lee, and 10 others; 'Cargo -21 loads timber, sundry bales leatheri 3 tons pQtatoes, and sundries. DEPARTURES. Sptepib4 S:-CiaAnai6 15 tons, Watson;, as ter, for Irwin River. Cargo 63 packages mer chandize, and 400o pieccia timber. 8.-TwrVI?uIw STAR, 59 tons, Hanham, mas ter, for Chanmpion Bay. : Cargo-a quantity bf timber, 100,000 laths, 50 cases kerosene, and sun dries, 9.-M1 AUD, 26 tolS¶ T. O'Grady, master, for Champion Bay: Carg6-,5 Wihnowing machines, 250 sacks. 10 E-chests tea, 3 tons sugar, 3 bales leather, 1 hay press, 14 pIkgs. sunries, add 3o cases brandy. (under bonid)' CLEARED OUT. 10.-P.aiLE~iSTINE, ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROEBOURNE ANNUAL RACES AND ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 12 September 1868

ROEBOURNE ANNUAL RACFS AND ATLE'TI'C SPOR'TS. *(rom ousr C'o, res.pondent. ') Stewards :-Messrs. J. Whitnall, F. Mount, A. McRae. : Judge .-Mr. D. Patterson.   Starter :-Mr. K. Grant. . .. Secretary :--.Mr. S. Lazenby. T.hese sports were h?Ild at Roebourne on June 3oth, .st and 2nd July, and were attended with great success. Owing to the late rains.the course was in fine order, and the .compecti.tien for the races was far superior to that p. last year, and there was a good attez dance, most of the surroundling Sta tions sending in reprcsentatives both of men and horses. T'he extempore grahd stiand con thined a good sprinkling of the fair sex. The • usual concomitant of a: race meeting was also on "the course in the person of' Aunt Sally,' who seemed to commandm a fair shal~e of public atten tion. The weather being cool for this part of the globe, a fine three days sport was enjoyed. The first race was the MSAIDEN PLATE of 10 sovs. for all horses not having won Piublic M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 September 1868

In the Supreme Cou:t In Insolvency In the matter of Duncan .MacPherson an Insolvent. N O T I CE is hereby given that his Honor the Chief.Justice, has been pleased to appoint a public sitting of the Court, to be held at the Court House Perth, on WEDNESDAY, the 14th day of October next, at the hour of ten in the forenoon, for the purpose of considering the question of granting to the Insolvent his Certificate and order of discharge. Dated the 2nd day of Sept., 1868. S. H. PARKER, Solicitor for the Insolvent. 19. S. NOTICE. T HE undersigned is prepared to., take in horses or cattle for depasturage on the most reasonable terms, on that well-known run known as Pollards's Peninsula, on the Banks of the Murray River, and formerly in the occupation of Mr. Joseph Cooper. H. & J. CIARKSON. Pinjarrah, April 30, 1868. O ITI(CE PUBLIC METTING *ill be held I at Mn. T. WILDING'S Hotel, Northam, on SATURDAY, hie 26th SEPTEMBER, Instant, at noon, for the purpose of making, arrangements for t...

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DESERTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 September 1868

DESERTED. The river flowed past, with the fight on its breast, And theiweeds went eddying by, And the riund, red sun sank down in the West When m?nlove's loving lips to my cheek were tinder the evening sky. Now weeping alone by the river I stray, For my love he has left me many a day, Left me, to droop and die ! As the river flowed then, the river flows still, In ripple, and foam, and spray, On by the church, and round by the hill, And under the sluice of the old brown mill, And out to the fadiing day. But I.love it no more, for delight grows cold When the song is sung, and the tale is told, And the heart is giv'n away! Oh, river, run far ! Oh, river, run fast I Oh, weeds float out to the sea I For the sun has gone down on my beautiful past. And the hopes that like bread on the waters I [cast, Have drifted away like thee ! So the dream it is fled, and the day it is done, And my lips still murmur the name of one Who will never come back to me I A BLACK TIE.-A nigger wife. ARMY LITERA...

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PICTURE OF NORTH CAROLINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 September 1868

PICTURE OF NORTH CAROLINA. A traveller at the South, writing from a town in Central North Carolina, says: I travelled for two days through a country originally settled by the Scotch, and I presume, from the names on the tombstones in the cemetry, that their descendants are still most numerous in the vicinity. Of the two hundred tomb stones in this cemetry, I should say that one hundred and fifty bore the name and recorded the virtues of a man, woman or child named " Alexander," while three fourths of the other fifty were inscribed with the names "Campbell," "WCallace," and other Scotian patronymics. The Scotch are called a thrifty people ; but I see few indications of thrift here. The best houses arie dingy, two-story, frame buildings, without plaster and without paint, lighted by minute windows and ventilated by an abundance of broken panes. Hardly a country house has: any show of shrubbery or flowers about it. There is little stock, but some ood horses, which here are more numerou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 September 1868

WE must apoligise to our subscribers for the delay in the publication of the "Herald," which has been caused by the boisterous weather preventing the dis charge of the "Clarence Packet," on board of which was our supply of paper. Notice. rfIHE Place of Business, of the mdaer L. signed will be.closed ia-u; SATUR DAY 26th Instant. Re-open after Sundown. SOLOMON & NEPHEWS.: Notice. TOUND on my run a BRINDLE COW, aged, branded L on off Rump, with young calf by her side, also, a BRINDLE HEIFER, the progeny of the above mentioned 'Cow, 2 years old, no brand visible. If not claimed within the time allowed by Law will be sold to pay expenses. N. S. PATERSON.: Dandalup, Sept. 1st, 1868. ] R. KORLER begs to inform the 1eL. public of Perth thatt he intendie shortly to give .his Farewell Representa- . tion at MLrLIoN PxIcEs, due notice: o .'of which willbe given, and will visit - York, Newcastle and Northam dnring the Fair::' '-: weeks. PEOPLE'S NIG HT. MILLION_ PRICES!! ODD FELLOWS' HA...

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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 September 1868

SCRAPS. What are the best shoes for wet weather. Pumps. The latest way to pop the question is to ask a lady if you shall see her to church. What is the slight difference between a warrior and an infant ?-The one is in and the other under arms. A tailor who, in skating, fell through the ice, declared that he would never again leave his hot goose for a cold! duck. It is related that a Jersey man, gathering mushrooms, wasj told that they were poisonous, "cThank you," he replied, "Iam not going to eat them myself ; I sell them at the hotel." TABLES THAT ARE ALWAYS BEING TURNED OVER.-Time-tables. "Waiter." "Yeseir." "Bottle of Stout." " Stout, sir ; yessir." "And waiter." " Yes sir." "Let me have a :Sandwich with it." "Sandwich, sir ; "yessir." " And waiter." "Yessir," "Meet me in the willow glen, with the chill off." " Willow glen with chill of ;. yessir. Coming directly, sir,"

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THE STORY-TELLER. THE MASTER OF WINTERSLOW. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 September 1868

THE STORY-TELLER. 'THE MASTER OF WINTERSLOW. S.(C.onCouded.) Iw-rote to Hugh how things were going on at Winterslow, but. before he ::.'coikld come, Zoe packed up her new wardrobe, drew her allowance then Thue, and departed. She had endured the re '* traint as long as she possibly could." "Did she leave Rose?" asked Cecile. "'Oh, certainly, my dear. Is it not -singular that anyone should be so desti ttite of even instinctive affection ?" "c Where is she now ?" 'I don't know. None of us know. Onic we heard of her at Baden-Baden. She may be there still. And now, my dear Miss. Ramsay, you will understand why Hugh Gordon isolates himself, and shuts his door upon society." - " -Did he never. think of divorce?" asked Cecile. " Yes. But that would be to bring the whole shameful story before the world. He shrinks from that. I think he would rather bear the burden as it is than do that. Now I have these things finished, and there is nothing to do but dust her room-in there. You see every thi...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
REVIEW. W. A. Church of England Magazine for September. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 September 1868

REVIEW. a. A.- Church of Egland ffaagatne for S September. The number for this month contains nothing of particular interest. . We learn from it, that the Ecclesiastical grant for '1868, (£180) has been distributed as fol lows. Swan Church £25; Fremantle Parsonage Fund £25; Geraldton Church Building Fund £80; Greenough Flat's Church Building Fund '£50. The libe rality of the settlers, aided by these sums and occasionally special grants from the Government has erected throughout the colony a great number of decent conveni ent places of worship, which as a a rule are-as well attended as can be expected -considering the scattered condition of the population. -In connection with the building of Churches, and the payment of 'Clergy men's salaries, it has of6en.occitrred to us -how many of thebodd class on ticket, at tend places of "-'orship: ? So far as our own observation extends the number is extremely small. scarcely . worth mentioning, certainly not so many as to induce us to hesitat...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 September 1868

To the Editor of. The H1erald.': SIR, Your valuable paper is always foremost to denounce oppression and injustice-no matter how highly placed the oppressor--nio matter how lowly the oppressed. Bearing this in mind, I, the writer, once a T. L., now conditionally free, crave a place in your columns for my story of wrong. First of all. I am a Jew-" A good Jew," people call me when they wantnmoney or credit. " A sanguinary Jew," when the inevitable day of payment comes, and I ask for my own. Like .the rest of the children of Israel I buy and sell wherever there is a chance of turning a penny, and was thus honestly pursuing my vocation on the eventful morning of the 2nd Marci, 1867, when Corporol Kennedy presented himself at my abode, and requested my company at the Lock-up. This proceeding was officially termed-Captur ing an Absconder. -I suppose the exploit was considered both difficult and dangerous. All I know is, a reward of one pound wes adjudged to the gallant corporal, and His Ex...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 September 1868

NEWCASTLE. (From our own correspondent.) We have again been visited with heavy rains, with intervals of beautiful fine weather, the crops look most promising, and everything be speaks a bountiful harvest. Professor Kohler again contributed to our amusement on Monday evening last, his per formance was well attended, he left (en route) the following morning and I hope a similar- suc cess will attend him elsewhere. Our Annual Races have been postponed until Wednesday 4th Nov. In consequence of the York Races having been fixed for the 29th Oct. It is to be hoped that in future arrangements will be made between the two clubs, to prevent such an occurence again. I have to acknowledge' the courteous manner in which the Manager of the Toodyay Store Company, corrects a mistake of mine. It is but justice to myself however to state, that I derived my information from several persons who had promised to become shareholders, and who stated that they had not taken up their shares for. the reasons...

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ADDRESS TO HIS EXCELLENCY J. S. HAMPTON. To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 September 1868

ADDRESS TO HIS EXCELLENCYU J.;S. HAMPTON. - To the iEditor of The Herald. SIR, Hearing that an address was in course of pre paration to be presented to His Excellency on the eve of his departure, I: felt confident that such a proceeding was'suggested by the official members of the Legislative Counsel, and as the onerous duties of that body. keep them always busy, hard at. work. I beg to give them an outline of a very appropriate address (subject of course to their"approval) ifid theyiineed not say I wrote it. MAY IT PLEASE YOUR EXCELLENCY. We the whole of Western Australia beg to approch your Excellency with feelins of un faned regret that we cannot retane your s headed services any longer. To stile ourselves your most obedient humble servants would be superfluous as we have given your Excelency ampel proofs of our obedence and tractabillytee ; altho' our doing so often exposid us to the sarcastick remarks of evil minded Filantropists especially when as in duty bound we supported yo...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 September 1868

To the Editor of The Herald,. SIR, In the Herald of the 5th inst., there appeared a'letter'from the Rev. Canon Martilli, in reply to some-remarks contained in an article in the September number of the W. A, Church of Eng land Magazine. .Your Rev. correspondent had not himself, he says, seen the article in question, but had gathered from the Herald of the prece ding week, that the Roman Catholics were charged with obtaining deceptively, contribu tions to their Orphanage : it might have been added, to the loss and detriment of the Protes tant Orphanage, as that was the only reason for noticing the matter in thepages of the Magazine. Canon Martelli, denying the trutlih-and justice of the charge writes indignantly, and demands that it shall be substantiated. Absence from home prevented my replying last week, but I trust you will afford me room to do so in the Herald of the' 19th. Before the Protestants had talked of an Or phanage. the Roman Catholics formed the bene volent design of tak...

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