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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 October 1868

AGICOA! AG IC!' YORK FAIR. PROFESSOR KOHLER, Will give his WONDEIRFUL PERFORMANCES 1 T YIBK, DURING THE FAIR WEEK. ALSO AT DURING THE RACES, AND AT DURING THE FAIR WEEK. FoR PARTICULARS SES BILLS OF THE DAY. .YORK AGRICULTURAL SOCIlT Y: A Ta Meeting held at the Castle L. Hotel, York, on the 25th instaif,; it was proposed that the' Annual Meet ing and shew of Stock take place on WEDNESDAY, the 28th of October' next, when the following prizes will be offered for competition : HORSES. £ s. d. For the best imported Cart Horse, to stand "at least two seasons in the York district. 25 0 0 For the best imported Blood Horse, to stand at least two seasons in the York district. 25 0 0 N.B.-These two prizes are offered in accordance with the following Re-. soluion, passed at. a Meeting held 27th July. 1867 : *" That this Society will give the two following prizes at their Annual Meeting in 1868, to any parties who may import fresh sires .-" 1st. prize-For the best imported Horse adapted for bre...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SCRAPS. WHO'LL LOVE ME WHEN MY HAIR IS GREY? [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 October 1868

SCRAPS. WHO'LL LOVE ME WHEN MY HAIR IS GREY.? Oh, let me smooth this silken shred, And listen what my heart must say, 'Tis only one, this silvery, thread, Of brown curls hurrying to grow grey. Alas! with eyes of wistful ruth, I must recall some coming day, The grace and glory of my youth, Who'll love me when my hair is grey ? Who'll love me when my hair is grey ? Who'll call me" sweet" when I am old ? Will sunny children round me play, With cherub cheek and curls of gold; Oh, may Ithen renew my spring, In maiden grace, in manly form, While to my cold lips come and cling Sweet childish kissess, wild and warm ? May know the while my pulse grows less, In bounteous life 'tis boulding on In younger veins, to love and bIless, And make life fair when I am gone ? Or left the remnant of my race, SShall I behold my sinking sun, And gazing toward the unknown lands, . SThank God my day is almost done ? The while I pray with lifted hands, And count between my failing breath The friends that I ha...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 October 1868

SIARDY-BE R *.-On the 20th inst., at Culham, by the Rev.C. Harper,RoBERT (nephew of the Hon. J. .W. Hardey, Esq., M. L. C., at tached- to the Police Force of this district) to LILY, youngest daughter of E. Beere, Esq. No CARDS. Colonial papers please copy.

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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 October 1868

T. the Editor of the Herald. SIR, In your Journal of the 17th inst. you were kind enough to insert a letter that my evil de mon must have prompted rme to wrihe, Kind enough! do I say? alas 1 had you pitched it ino the waste paper basket, what a world of trouble might have been spared me. First I have been aecusod of a disrespectful allusion to the Resident Magistrate of Freman te, because I said," the law as expounded to me by the fountain-head in this locality is powerless to afford me redress." The truth is I meant a sort of sea-lawhyer who lives round the corner, and fancies hefknows everything. No one can have. a higher respect for Mr. Symmons than yur unhappy cdrresspondent; arid as for ever thinking he was powerless" to afford me redress, Haven knowis Ihbelieve a Magistrate in this Colony .canldo what he likes-hang a fellow first and try himr aft'er wards, if it seemeth good to him. . Butall this is a mere fraction of the worry and trouble that cursed letter has brought upon m...

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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 October 1868

S tIotice .to €orrespont nit,. A" LoVER OF JSTIrcE.-The idea that discipline cannot be maintained without the use of the " Cat" is exploded. It is the most brutalising of all punishments, and utterly indefensible. As to it being a lenient kind of punishment, that is mere nonsense. • It is its sevelity alone that re commends it to those who attempt to justify it. The question is one we are not anxious to make a stock subject for our columns. We have never referred.to it except when compelled by a sense of.duty. THE MURPAY, & PETER COUNTERMARCH, must stand over till next week. Euwus complains that the police ar- guilty of hanging about the doors of public houses in York, watching for drunken men. The practice is reprehensible if carried to such an extent as to interfere with thebusiness of the publican,and should be brought under the notice of the"Super intendent' of police. Eurus is wrong in suppo sing that .all a policeman has to do is detect rob bery ; he is to preserve the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 October 1868

oR .. . . 'o the:l Editor of the Herald. .I now forward for pub!ication in'your Joirnal, analysis of the OfiaiI Quarterly Accounts to the 30th September, 1868 compared with those of the same period for 1867-also, a statement for the three first quarters of the presefit year with those of the previous year. It will be observed that the increase of Revenue on the Quarter amount? to £611 12s, 5d., or £3-39 :i.c., The principal increase has been £451 4s. 2d., Land Sales, Postages, £201 19s. 3d., Cominiss :riat, £179 10s. The Customs duties shew a. falli'i off £353 lls. 3d., the revenue per head of the population was '82, com pared with "79 of the.previous year. Ido not observe any sum for interest put down in.the account; as His Excellency stated at the meeting of the Legislative Council that the accumulated balances were at Deposit on Interest with the W'. A. Bank, and as the Bank makes up its accounts every half-year, this I presumne ought to appear. The principle increase in the Expe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 October 1868

IrN the:year 1835 a society 'was. formed 'for. the purposes of forming new colonies, in order to relieve the mother .country from the consequences of over population, and the principle acted upon.wasnotoexclu-. sivel:y confined to the British Islands, but " embrac'ed a systematic immigration from all the over peopled parts of the earth to the under peopled, preserving health to the mother cbuntries by moderate depletion, arid invigorating in fant colonies by the infusion of full grown labor, thereby adding to the sum of human happiness and extending the em pire of civilization all over the world.'" That great and influential meeting was presided. over by Mr. Wm. Wolryche Whitmore, a member of a wealthy family that has ever taken a deep interest in the colonization of our distant dependen cies.. He laid great stress not only upon the advantages of emigration as a means of relieving the mother country from the .evils and burdens of a superabundant population but shewed that it was als...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 October 1868

SIBNOR AssBE-C H AS the honor to announce, his ar rival THIS DAY, By the fzury Zing, and that he will give a series of POPULAR CONCERTS, Consisting of English, Irish, and Amert' ican Ballads, and Harp Solos.I For Particulars see Bills of the day and future advertisements.

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REVIEW W. A. Church of England Magazine FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 October 1868

RBEVIEW 5--~- W. a. kChurch of England Magazine . FOR OTonBE. The nunmber for the current month con tains several short articles of more than usual interest on subjects immediately concerning the social condition of the colony. The pages of this mtagazine afford an oppor tunity of discussing subjects that cannot well be introduced into the columns of a newspaper, and we are often surprised that the opportunity thus offered for the expression of different views and opinions on social, educational and religious questions is not more generally taken advantage of. We are convinced a large amount of good would result from a freer interchange of thought-through the pages of this period ical-on the subjects referred to than at present exists. The more rWe understand the views of tliose who differ from us in opinion, the less we are disposed to judge harshly, or indulge in ill fceling. The bitterest opponent, is generally he who knows least about what he is opposing. We have from time to ti...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[IN THE SUPREME COURT.] 23rd OCTOBER, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 October 1868

[IN THE SUPREME COURT.] 23rd OCTOBERnua, 1869. BEFORE THE REGISTRAR A, H. STONE ESA., Abraham Rosenberg v. George Essex Hampton, L ATE ACTING COMPTROLLER. ' This cause came on before the Registrar this day in pursuance of a Judge's order to take the Evidence of the defendant as he was about to leave the Colony prior to the trial. Mir. Howell appeared for Plantiff. Mr. E. A. Stone for Defendant. Mr. Stone having examined the defendant, Mr, Howell in a searching cross examination which occupied one hour and a - half, elicited some curious answers to his questions ; some questions the defendant being strongly pressed to answer, declined to do so, whilst others he evaded. As it would not, be proper to publish the evidence before the trial, we can only say that it is an Action for false Imprisonment, damages laid at £200. Some conversation took piece between the Coiunsel as to the defendant giving security for damages and costs as hewas leaving the Colony, and we understood it was satisf...

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PERTH AMATEUR THEATRICALS [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 October 1868

PanaT AMATEUR THEATRICALS :-On Tuesday evening last the Perth Amateur Dramatic Corps, gave a representation in the Hall of the Me chanics' Institute. .Considering the fine evening, the dearth of all amusement at the City, and known experience of the Company, we were great ly surprised at the miserable attendance. The House was all but empty, and certainly, will scarcely act as an encouragement to the com panyto take the trouble of getting up another performance in a hurry. On Wednesday even ing there was a slight improvement, and His Excellency occupied a place in the raised Seats. Still the attendance was anything but good, and pecuniarily the representation we should say was a failure. When we noticed a previous perfor mance, we pointed out the desirability of improv ing the proscenium, which at .present is a fright ful inartistic daub-or. series of daubings-re presenting heads from some of the characters in Shakespear's plays. We think the Institute might very well afford to put ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 October 1868

For London, PpilE Well-krown fast "sailing A. 1. Olipper Barque FPITZR 0 Y, 573 tons, J41as MaxLLAMW, Commaanderi will leave 1his Port for 'London about the :irst week .in January next. This vessel is. noted for her superio. , cCimodation for passengers, SFor freight or passage SApply to , C. A. MA~NING, F~emantle, i Or G. SHENTON, Perth, Fremantle, October 20, 1808s. For London Direct. ."~. H E fat-salling Clipper , Barque . ZEPHYRt r '-, EDMUND ELLIOTT, Cammander. Sias superior accopnmmodation for passen e ers, and will positivelygsail the first week an January: For feight or passage apply J. G. G~. CARR, Perth, or Champion Bay. 1F E Z.EPifYEJ , .1 Di]mueD EIOTT, Comrn :uiander, will sail about the: 1st' Novem ber. o-F--Zor freight orpa..??". _____ -pply to-.; Gr. C. CAJiR, Perhi D. B, FIRiA'OISCO; Fremnantle. F'OIe CHAIR- AMyflp0I BAY. -. r FHE ipper barque ,: FITi F R 0 Y," .A 1 14 years, 573 tons register, ,,: L M~i An nD, cpmmander, will leave for the above port about the firs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 October 1868

THE ' HERALD'-; 18 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY?: THE TERMS. OF STUSORIPTIOJ ARE : Thro' the Post 25s. per annum. . Town, 20s.. Pd.advane SINGLE NUMBERS GD. EACH. ADVERTISEMENTS. First 8 lines, 3s. 6d., every additional line. d. Half-price for each subsequent insertion. Ai vertisements for a quarter, or any longer period. l.y special agreement. AGENTS. PERTH-MR. F. F. ARMSTRONG. NEWCASTLE-MR. J. A. WROTH. NoRT?rM-.--MR. THROSSELL. BUNBURY-M,- G-. R. TEEDE. BUSSELTON-MR. J. W. HUMPHRY." CnAMPION BAY--MR. I. WALKER, MELBOURNE-MESSRS. GORDEN & GOTCH Job Printing of all descriptions in the best style" For London Direct. To Sail Positively the first week in January neift. T HE A. 1. Barque: BLID.GETOWV ..: 354 tons, E. Harris .:0Cmman der, has superior accomadation for cabin passengers. The Bridgetown on Discharging her in ward cargo, will proceed to Champion Bay and back to Fremantle, -thence.. to Bunbury. -All wool intended :for :her must be well. pressed. For freight. or passage A...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 October 1868

IMPORTS. Per ZErafRa, from London.--2 hhds, wine, C. W. Eichbaum ; 1 case proprietor Herald news" paper ; 7 cases, hhds. and chests, S. E. Barges ; 1 F-cask and 5 cases, Bishop of Perth 2 cases, Mrs. Taylor ; 3 cases, T. Hayward; 2 cases W. L. Brockman; 150 casks beer, Order; 2 cages, R. C. Loftie; 7 trunks, Scott & Gale ; 100 casks ,beer, Carter & Co. ; 67 boxes and cases, C. Sears ; 4 cases, I iron pendulum bob,; 3 iron weights, J. G. C. Carr; 2 bales, D..McPhersdn 3.cases, Mrs. Waldeck ;" 23 chests, 200 sacks galt 20. hhds. beer, 18 cases and crates, Order ;! 52 bales, capes, casks, bundles, &c. general mer chandize,' alsO 180 bars and bundles iron: 18 pairs eatt arms and boxes, and 36 cart boxes, J. G. C. Carr ; 52 i-chests tea, 70 cases and boxes, Order ; 571 cases, bales, sacks, and casks, mner chalidize, Carter & Co. ; 1 case, G. Leake; 3 cases, I cask, G. Hardey; 3 cases, E. Grouse ; 6 cases, Superintendent, Perth ; 8 cases, F. Pearse: 40 boil...

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Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 October 1868

S-?. . . : . ARRIVALS. j:O6t.; ,:16. frTRar, 19 tons, Hed!and, mnas ito;.fiom Shark's Bay. Passenger-Mr. Bibra., "Cargo-i 16 tons guano, 18 casks fish, and 4? 9.r --ZEPHtvR, 395 tons, Capt. Elliott, `fromi Li?obdof. Passengers in cabin-- Messrs. Scott, Iirfkpepi Kinkg, and C. Eichban .............. -amie day.-KESTREL,. 170 tons, Capt. Long m frcom Batavia, with a "cargo of sugar, DEPARTURES. 16. Tw?N?LiNG STAR, 59 tons, Hanham, mas terfor C?hampion Bay. Cargo-8 loads tim eifl40 000 sHingles. 'l17??:LAar cE PACKET 48 tons, IL O'Grady, master,'for Champion Bay. Passengers-Mrs. Forrest, 'and Mrs. Fowler. Cargo-20 loads :timber, 211.pieces timber, 8,000 shingles, and "1 case boots.. . ...... CLEARED OUT. 16..-MYSTnit,.19 tons, Hedland, master, fQr Bi buiry, ' ith'-bout 15 tons guano, and 8 casks

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SCRAPS. ON RECEIVING FROM ENGLAND A BUNCH OF DRIED WILD FLOWERS. (W. A. Magazine, October.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 October 1868

SSCRAPS.__ ON RECEIVING FROM? ENGLAND ABUNCH OF DRIED WILD FLOWERS.:?:?:: *(W. A. Magazine, October.;) Pale Ghosts I of fragrant things that grew among The woods and vallies of my native land, Phantoms of flowers I played with long ago:- Here are the scented violets I sought In their cool nooks of verdure, and the bells::: That fringed the mountain crag with lovelhesti blue; Here are the flushing clusters of the.May,: i The dainty primrose on its slender stem ;-. And the forget.me-not--all faint and:pale :.,. As those dim memories of home that haunt:-. The exile's wistful heart 4n banishment. I look around arnd see7 A thousand gayer tints ; the wilderness - Is bright with gorgeous rainbow colouring ;*:- . Of flowers that haveno dear familiar names I see them closing erethe dews of night Have touched -their waxen leaflets: close they i::. fold Their tender blossoms through the dairkeied Shours, ?nd will not:open, though the fractious windsi,: Should-vrestle with their roots and strai...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. A MILITARY FLUKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 October 1868

TH TQOY-TFLLER.. A RlTJlTARY F'LUK1E. #'This isthe third time," he nsid, as ' i~the: ts i slowly left -the .Prague station, I' that"I have been made.a beggar by wi"ar. I haye began life three times, and h:.ad just succeeded in mlaking enough to .educate my children and keep myself.and ".y wife in our old age, when I found myself robbed of it all, and poor as I was a:.t eighteen. You know the sugar-mills, ::::on the road between KIiiuiggratz and :::Nechanitz? Perhaps you've seen a lot of *: .:Vackened ruins where they once -were? -:::0w could one expect that the war :istiquld come that way ? When we henrd •: of the fighting at Traubenan and Gits *.chin, my wife would have me leave the ,l1ace; but I was unwilling to lose what :might be my last chance in life. I sent -: her and the childrcn'into K6niggratz, and ::I remained at the mills-remained until - s'aw the fields grow black with Prus e"x"iaus, until the first shell came crashing t.hrough one of the windows, stuck to the - or, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 October 1868

strayed Stock. Notice. F1- OUND on my run, and now in my -_2 Paddock, one Stout Bay Gelding, about 14 hands high, saddlad marked, and 2 white stripes along the near side a little below the Back-Bone and parrelled thereto, Branded something like this ,Y on near side, under saddle, Blotched Brand. ALSO, One Chesnut Mare, white blase down face, branded with the late Col. Molloys Brand very much saddle galled, no other Brand or mark visible, has on a good leather head stall. W. J. ROBERTS, Jrr., Trencreek Farm, Oct. 12, 1868. [12s. B ROUGUT in from the run of the undersighned at the Moore River, and now in his paddock, the undermen tioned stock; One black and white bullock, white flank and belly, branded something :like TE as TK on near rump. One red bullock, white tail, niotch right ear, spot left, no brand visible. One strawberry two-year-old rsteei, branded JD on offrumup,piece off :i'igh ear.. One red and white twvo-year-u ld- steer, branded cross B on off jump p.,piee off both ears...

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FREMANTLE LOCAL COURT. 26TH OCTOBER, 1868, [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 October 1868

FREIMANWLE LOCAL COURT. 26TH OCTOBER, 1868, BEFORE C. SYMMONS, EsQ. - -0 - Rontree, v. .Barrett.-This was an acti6h. against the Defendant an Ensign in H. M: i14th Regt., to recover £3 10s., the price' of a saddle: gold by Plaintiff to him on 7th Sep: tember last. It appeared from the evidence that the Defendant and Capt. Morgan went to the Plaintiff's in the latter end of August, and wanted a Saddle made, they asked if he had one, was shown a Hog Skin and a bargain was ultimately made that Plaintiff shoild make a Saddle for £3 10s. Capt. Morganand Defen dant swore that the Plaintiff was to make the Saddle ouit of the Hog Akin, this Defendant denied firmly. as the price of such a saddle would be £6 6s. Plaintiff furnished aSaddle .for £3 10s., being one of a case Plaintiff had purchased of Mr. King, but plaintiff put a quantity of new and better material in it and said the Saddle was well worth £4 4s. Plain tiff hearing Defendant was' dissatisfied with the Saddle, offered to take it...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 October 1868

ARRIVAL OF THE MAILS. The English Mails bring us no news of any domestic importance; the harvest although deficient in quantity is splendid in quality, the price of wheat still rules high. The ave rage exports for the month shew an improve ment over the corresponding month of 1867. With the exception of the dreadful railwaygcol lisison and conflagration, on the London and Holyhead Railway, there is no other sensa tional subject to dwell upon, the details of this touching catastrophe are harassing to describe, we give an extract from a London Journal: " Near Abergele and close to a place called Landlulas it was going up an incline at the rate of thirty miles an hour, when the driver saw a number of goods trucks, which had be come detached from a previous train coming down the incline, and a collision being inevit . able he jumped off. The stoker who stood at his post was killed. The four first carriages in the train and a post-office van were thrown forward on to the engine by the co...

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