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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 October 1868

wid.b est s" .:n4..$m?]ei-:?im-h ?.:'.ta [e:,-? .... _n. "Nor Toi the Ti?rstraliaa;,:itn'? of the Herald.d .cr'e l: -In some rectilt neibiigers 6f the "Illiirated Liodon News nr'er'pors if the, -- ya. l:stitn tiorn Lctd. r ta:res, - ai, a g -t Jothers o reJ:olsn: Speakiisn o dofarviois onr?icstos&c;, Sir John s',, e"O 2he1 oither hin d irt~.~ntret:eiy : ibsent " from some races the 4usts emieri iseek quite " unw le to u-'derltand: ' ceh sitirple arkawingl A ennens -iauson to uthe n ?uapos -AL of , th dead Sir Johuon obsefrves"tlick,. ric sof meny "Btshmren, AuestraliniOtoliks, e and popthes, " dio not bury their rdeg li'd~,it liveth i to the w hild beasts,". iand furithei- n I e rsta te ' In "Northeni ustralia an ?ang:i ido .cariries ifhis "head sith hir in a ? argte ~d~i:iy beig interred ain d shal'ow grtio e at a In anotfhertiure, atlliidin c tot i thcaoes con structed lv savhge :races, Sir Jon reinisks" " that tiose who doubt relither stone aixes cin "sever reallihaver li...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
COLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 October 1868

COLONIAL. The news from the Colonies is quite iunin tereeting with the exception of the intelligence it brings of the dreadful earthquakes in South America, and the disastrous. war in New Zealand of which brief but graphic accounts, are given below. Report speaks favorably of the Cropsin South Australia and a bountiful harvest is anticipa ted. Red rust has not appeared to any extent. The Gold fields still attract attention and several new diggins have been discovered and " rushed." The Colony of Victoria has escaped from the nuisance of the Darling Grant and the ap propriation Bill for 1867-8 has been passed. £5,000 arrears of pay due to Sir Charles Darling has been paid, and Parliament has been prorogued. - EARTHQUAKES IN CENTRAL AMERICA. The Equatorial region of South America has been visited by a series of violent ]arth quakes. The direction of the shocks was evidently from North to South and principally along the Eastern shore. Great cities and towns have altogether disappeared,...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. "LAST INTERVIEW WITH MR. H." [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 October 1868

lbHIPS BY ? SANDIMAWOOD lAST INTERVIEW WITE MR. H." SI as sittin'.: ofe day, aboit a fortnight ago; a seratchiin'- oit somethia' from one of. them cop books as Itold you about, to sendto the paper, when just as I was 'beginnin'-to give it up, notbein' in the humor for .writin', upcomes young Thrifty to my hut, and hands me a letter, sayin '; " the . postman, left this with father." "'Thank you my boy" says I, and after talkin' to him a little while, he goes away anid I opens the letter. I aint much given to softness but, when I read this letter through, blow'd if I. wasn't ready to cry. I puts it on the table, and bringin' mny fist down pretty heavy a makin' my few bits of crockery shake,l says I, " Steven aint half as bad as his enemies makes out, and them two old cockatrices at Fremantle as is nlwavy a watchin' him to catch himn trippin' blessed if I don't hammer 'em if they writes one more word .again hhin." . I ,,as a goini' on -further, whe n JI just" catches a P S. at the end ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 October 1868

COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS.. Lo?moN. WooL.-We are very sorry to have to give a very miserable report of the a dles; with a comparatively low cotton market. prices have given way at least Id. to 2d. per lb., and the re duced quotations are with difficulty maintained ; in fact, faulty and inferior wools are very hard to dispose of, cbming as they do into competition with the large supply of Cape Wools, in which latter the depression is very marked. It is now patent that the shipment of low class Wools in the grease will pay nobody, and, with the improvements in mechanical appliances for sheep washing, we anticipate, year by year, seeing much less fleece Wool shipped in the grease. PEARL SHELTLs.=-Tahiti sorts . £l 128.- to £1 16s. per cwt.. Fremantle £4 10s, to £7 15s. per ewt. SINtGAPoRE-.-Sandal Wood, Swan. River 2"50 to 2"75 per picul-in less request than last month. Flour, Arrivals of West A?ustralian selling at 8_ to 9 per bag of 200 lbs. MA?uRxTus.-Whieat, arrivals from Australia ha...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
To the Heditur of the Errald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 October 1868

To the Heditur of the Errald. SIR, 'Hif u ar a man of rite feeliu i korl uppon yeu to hexplane wi Chips hand i wos pushedcout of your kollims larst weke, Chips and i and our meuchel frend Wospy av agrede not to stand it heniny longer. Harfter doin hour best to hele wate the tone of the appy kommeunity hin wich wme dwell, we are pushed out, ar we, hindede we aint: We a.nt a-goin to be pushed out.as those hinnocent frolicksuni lams as ujedl to liornament the stretes with their piech- resk hattitudes, gambling at the korners of Joseph Sons ouse, and at A. 1. Lloyds have been treted. No, Sir, hit will not dew, u have. succeeded in pushing the Guvnor out horlso, with you?r sekret hinflu ensos at home, i mene pushed him out ov tem per, or else wi did e tare hup larst weeks errald, and sai in an hunerthly woice, " Hessex, our ours is.kum,'.' and wi did thare fases assume a gashly hew ? " Sir it wos U as is dun this. hand u no it, and hif u dont iu m-Ust lern it I Sir u av much to lern hif ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 October 1868

FOR ORHAMPIO[ r BAY. / [HE clippcsr barque S " FIT R Y, " ., A 1 14 varsi'. 53 to;sRi register, ~.J. MA.LAtn, comnnaiideri, :will ic for bs.aoe ab prirt abodt the first w"eek in November.:.: T|he vossel: wil re iiaan there about a eek and theu retiir 3'or freight or pasae a -nly to " AC.MANNING Fremnant le For Chamipion Ba. *THE ZdP HTYHE B n ander, will sail about, the 1st N1ovem ber. For freight or passaire, ":-Apply to J. G. :O. CA.RR, Perth;-: :" D. B: FRANCISCO, Fremantle. HE following complimentary letter was addressed to Captain HarriB of :the Bru:o geteion, by tl?he Passengers who weit Home with him from the Colony last vo age. T::? .? ows, 2t Ap sl 18 8.:-:: To CiTrrA~i HeATrs, Of the lRque Brideown so:ngers ire d o r tonlrouk oforthe uni formil:-indness and atfention received at yo:i; hainds during the passage -from .,isteri Australia. ii-Your daily study to add to our comfort, :alid to -find amusement to relive the ..monootony of so long a voyage has not : s::csaped our n...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 October 1868

For London Direct. 4ro Sail Positively the first week in January next. H? E A. 1. Barque B1 BIIDGETO Yi, 354 tons, E. Harris Comman 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 freigh~t or passage Apply to W. PADBURY & Co., Perth, Or T. & H. CARTER & Co., Fremantle. For London Direct. -.. p HE fast-sailing Clipper 1. l Barque ZEPITYB, S~ EiDxna ELLIoTT, Cammander. Has superior accommodation for passen gers, and will positively sail the first week in January. For freight or passage apply to ,o J· "·c.-ce?,R J. G. C. CARR, :. Perth. For London. r -HE well-known fast :sailing I A. 1. Clipper Barque I'ITZR O Y, 573 tons, 3J.rIES MAILLARD, Commiander, will leave this Port for London about the first week in January next. This vessel is noted for her superior accomodation for passengers. F...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 October 1868

iS ARRIVALS Oct 24.-"XE'MA KING, 73 .tons,. E?Trevett, master, from Adelaide.- Passengers--Mrs. Tre vett and Mri and Mrs. Abecco. : ?-. 2'7-ALiMBRT 24 tons, . Miles,: master,S fromn Champion Bay. .Passengers-Messrs. Hall G. Smith, II H-Parkcer.: and E, : Farker. Cargo-12 bags flo :42do. a ey, 9 do. oats, 146 do la 1andpollard . Same day.-BNGAREEi, 89 tons, Cobb, as ter, 'from Chaimpion Bay :Pssengers-.. Cmapt, Wilkinson, Mr.Diubila'y, 'Mr :Burges, Mr-Du iie M.i-Birown f Cargo-o 50bags flou, 30o do. wheat, 45 bales liay,'39 do. bran and pollard. Same day,-V--WATR LILY, 28 tons, J.-O'Grady imaster, from the TIrwini :Cargo-205 bags 'flour,: 22 do.'bran and pollard, 4 hides, and sundries. -, : .' .DEPARTURES ... -24.-?-KEasTrFB,. 'A.. Longmuir,. master, for Mauritiis, via Ch.ampion Bay. Original cargo from Batavia for Chimpion Bay-656 bags sui gar, 128 do. rice, 2 trunks, 2 sack barrows,-50. ploughs, l bushel 'measure, 21 chests and 5 ; chests-tea and. unidrics.- - Sam- 'day:I-L Es Tmoi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 October 1868

l-iiRua the late sitting of the Legislative Council,.a motion was made by W. L. Brockman, Esq., member for the Swan, recommending the adoption in this colony, of the South Australian Real Property Act, more generally known as Torrens' Act. The subject was pretty well discus sed by the members of Council, and as there appeared a strong feeling in favor of the motion, a Committee was appointed to report on the working of the Act in the other colonies, and the desirability, or otherwise, of introducing it into this colony. Some time must elapse before the Committee can prepare their report, as a good deal of information will have to be collected. In the meantime it seems desirable that the subject should be kept before the public-that the question of introducing it should' be fully and fairly discussed, 'and that: the advantages the Act offers, in all transactioq 9onnected with :real property, over every ether system, should be clearly pointed but. With this view we purpose giving, as ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PERTH LOCAL COURT. 29TH OCTOBER, 1868, [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 October 1868

PERTH LOCAL COURT   29TH OCTOBER, 1868, BEFORE E. W. LANDOR, ESQ. Elsegood, v. Cutting.—Mr. E. A. Stone for   Plaintiff, Mr. Howell for Defendant.   An action to recover £19 10s. balance of wages due. Defendani agreed with Plainitiff,   that the Plaintiff should go to the Irwin with others as a Carpenter to erect a store for Mr. Shenton for 5s. 6d. a day, to be paid if either at work or idle for want of materials. Plain- tiff stated that he was idle for a long time, no timber comning up but it was shewn that Plaintiff and the other Carpenters had worked for a Mr Pettit in building a house and drew money for this contract, and the Plaiintiff only got Judgment for £7 14s 6d.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 October 1868

Marriage.   ANDERSON—EDWARDS—On the 27th   inst. at Gingin; by the Rev. G. Sadler, MR. J. ANDERSON to MRS. EMMA EDWARDS.   :Z, Peter : Countermarch, Alfred Carson, WY. .Padbury, and other communications must stand over tillnext week. TWalter Scott: the verses declined with thanks, they are not up to our: inark: J. Forbes : it is not worth while to re vive a case settled in 1867. SATURDAY, OCTOBER3lst, 1868. .. .

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THE STORY-TELLER. JOSEPHINE ARLEIGH'S LOVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 November 1868

TH13RE~n BAlLItORY-T.~bs~LL;:. Josephine Adleigh pushed bnckj t great black braids froin heiifbiilehd, -,aid wvith her face bet~?~en heri:. haidi,: sait thinking. Her dark .eyecs :]o. ked steadily at the catrpt," Quite as ats'dily Leopold Weiss iookei at? her.. Of his gaze she was quite unconscious. The clock ticked, the blinds rattled, the embers dropped in the grate. Moment upon moment passed, andi Josephine did not wake fron her reverie. WVuiuss gazed alternately from her to the fire. Ile was far fairer and quieter than she, had a troubled lookr. What these reveries of Josephine were tendino to, he thought he kanew. Perhaps they were good for her :. more likely not. ; She looked up, suddnduly. "ELeo ?" : '' - .,' . : - . . . . , - , '-Well ?" . I 'am going to be an artist?"' ";:Yes," rising and walking across the floor, "I am going to work profes soioally. My taste for drawing hayricks and dabbling in water-colors shall come to some end, shall bring r me something. I want an obje...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 November 1868

MAILNOTICE. Mails for transmission by ContracetPak via King George's Sound will elosL at thei Ge-. ' neral-Post Office, Perth, as under:-i--?:: ,.i For Europe, India, Cape of Good Ipe, :on Wednesday, the 11lthi: 0NoVCmiio:?' t iO' o'clock a.nm. For the AustralianC1oloiies; ?'ew Zeailad:??-t and Tasmania, on Saturda5,;tlie 14th Noveno-.t her, at 6 o'clock p.m. =-:2: Money Orders for transmissiof by :the abo'e.- ;: conveyance will be issued. on the utai Colonies, New Zealanid;anid '?Taslian?t, uPto. 11 a.m. on Friday, 13th NoeTnieullr andon the United Kingdom,;up to 11 aio; n MoI day, 9th November. Lettei s for Registration fius-be stedoe, hlcur before the closing of the alil? ,:. , - Late Letters, on payment of a :fee.of61 miay be posted up to 12-30?p? .: A. HTELMICIT,- ~-~ 1'ostmasts Geeral General Post Office, - ) Perth, October 28, 1861 . (

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 November 1868

Notice. IHE undersigned has claimed at M1r. SG. Sewell's Sand Springs, and has now in his possession at Geraldton, a light Iron Grey Filly with black points, white star on forehead, about 2 years old, no distinct brand visible. If any person' can prove a better claim than the undersigned they can have her by paying all expenses. The above mentioned Filly has been ad vertised by Mr, G, Sewell, but was des cribed as a brown colored Filly with black points. ROBERT READHEAD, Geraldton, Champion Bay, . 13 Oot., I , 86., 31. To Cover. THAT well known Horse "DRAGON" will stand for the lat. August next at - the' .Newcastle Hotel. Terms twenty-five (25) shillings each Mare; Any person bringing three or more Mares, one pound'(£1) each. " DRAGON" was got by that celebra ted Suffolk-bred Horse "ESCAPE" im ported by W. L. Brockman, Esq. out of a Mare got by Mr. Gooch's "HERCULES." " DRAGON" is a powerful Horse, free from vice, and warranted staunch in Harness. JOSEPH MONGER. Newcastle, July 15th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SCRAPS. GOOD WISHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 November 1868

SCRAPS. GOOD WISHES. We met, and we are parting. This calm eve A gentle memory in my heart will claim; And, as I claim rememberance, I will leave For thee a record of my place and name. May all the blessings that I ask for thee, In this drear world of weariness and strife, Come brightening to thee from the heavens and [be Blossoms and sunbeams in thy path of life. May all the thousand discords that e'er jar, On human souls, by mortal cares oppressed, Come to thee but as echoes from afar, Turning to melody in thy young breast. For thee may health, and joy. and hope, and [love Gush in each fount and nestle inl the gale . And all thy hours, sweet child of beauty, Prove Bright as the fandtes of a fairy tale. For thee may springs in every desert flow, All gentle spirits wait upon thy words, And every tree, that o'er thy path bends low, Have its bright flower, its fruits, ahd sing [ing bircs, A FRIaND in South Africa writes to us that he.is now spending a month with a farmer who owns a th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 November 1868

IN a formier issue -we sketched out tlie priimitive policy of the Association, that in the year 1834 founded the colony of South Australia on the principle of com bining land, labor, and capital, and which policy with certain subsequent modifica tions has been in force up to the present time. It would appear from the report of recent proceedings in the New Legisla ,tive Assembly of that colony that such modifications have not proved beneficial, and that the colonial constituencies have elected a large majority of members pledged to return to the original Gibbon Wakefield policy as the soundest and safest, and best calculated to arrest the eflux of the agricultural population. The colony has been long suffering from laud jobbery and has pronounced in favor of pirdtection to.small agricultu rists and purchasers--the bond fide settlers -the bone and sinew of the colony-es :tablishig "the: principle that settlement isof-equal if not greater importance than 'sale, ;.that the.investment o...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE PEOPLE'S REPRESENTATION FOR EVER! GOD SAVE THE QUEEN. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 November 1868

TITHE P?OPLE'S: REPESENTA TIQN,;: SFOR' '-.::EVE#Rf : GOD; SAVE THI UE - .? To the Editor of the erald SIR,- . Friends and fellow-colonist,- The ti'i lias arrived when every man who has not sdignied' the Petition should do so, because 6.eerymian' signature is necessary whwis a hliusehollder, and pays rent, so is to give additional influence to its support.. Sign the Petition,; because the Governors of Western Australia are placed in a position' too: closely approximated to the people; anid re formers are desirous to see them placed like the Queen of England in a more exalted-poui tion; placed above the necessity for the use of scurrilous language, dogged abuse, .or under mining vilification, which has been so -inuclih used against them. Sign the Petition, because the:. people's. elected representatives, and not the Governor.. should be accountable to the people fortheir acts and doings in Parliament; and the- busi. ness of every Governor should be to carry out the popular wishes of ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
VICTORIA AGRICULTURAL AND DISTRICT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 November 1868

VICTORIA AGRICULTUR4L 4d1 DIS TR(ICT SOCIETY :(Fronm our own: Correspionden"': ? Proceedings at a General Meeting of the Vic toria Agricultural and District Society -held a·t the Victoria Hotel, Geraldton, on Wednesday, the 7th of October, 1868. The following members were present : Messrs. C. Crowthler,M. Brown, Ths:. Burges, J. S. Maley, Jos. Warrener, F. WaLdeck, Johni Wilton, D. Desmond, Thos. Duincan, J. Pere juan, T. Criddle, James Smith, Robt. Connolly, Win, Waldeck, J. Rhodes, Jno. Wilton, jun. Proposed by Mr. M. Brown. Second by Mr. J. S. Maley. That Mr. Thos. Burges do take the Chair.. Carried. The minutes of the last meeting incluhiding the rules of the Society were then read,-.ond passed the Correspondence forwarded by The Honor ary Secretary to His Excellency the Governor, and the replies therto were then read,- anddis: cussed at some length. Proposed by Mr. M. Brown. Seconded by Mr. F. Waldeck. 1 i-That the thanks of this Society be con veyed to His Excellency the Gover...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 November 1868

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, ., Having observed in your Journal of the 26th hult., your very interesting remarks on Agricul tural Societies, and in which you have touched on a subject in which I am in particular interes ted, i.e., mechanical invention, I beg leave to offer a few remarks, which, if you deem worthy of space. may not be wholly uninteresting to some of your readers. As an inventor in Mechanics' in Western Australia, I have as yet to learn that I am not sui' generis! and as you have suggested that some encouragement should be held out in that line, I feel in duty bound to tender my grateful acknowledgement of your reasonable notice of the subject. Hitherto I have met with but a very light sprinkling of encouragement, but I have been most liberally bespattered with reproach, and detraction! But now I would ask how it happens that no records, or copies of the Journals, of the Swan District Agricultural Society, which was pub lished in 1841-2 are now to be heard of ?-n...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 November 1868

To the Editor of The Herald, SIR,_ _ . .. , '"I.have read with much interest Mir. W:allace Bickley's letter: and estinmate for a Breakwtor and Harbor at Fremantle. I am no engneer?'; and therefore do not profess to be any judge'of such matters, but if the objccts he states can be a?ttained even at a cost of £100,000 to the Co lony it will be some of the best laid out money? (in my opinion) ever expended in it. : The shipping- interest is the first ; next,in tbernal communication. Without the former we cannot get our produce to Foreign Markets, and without the latter to our own local markets, and while our neighbors in Melbourne, are pushing railways to their vineyards and sheep stations on the Upper Murray, and in Adelaide to their "Mines and Barn Doors, we in many instances .are compelled to get our produce to Market as best we can, over our bush tracks. Here I am within 90 miles of Perth, and during the whole of this winter I have had over 8 tons of produce izi the shape of butter...

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