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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 November 1868

OTUGDEN At Perth, on the iith Novein ber, Ai , the beloved wife of Ha'uIv TOiIials QOnGDEr';in thetwientieth yeat of ler age Australian papes pie ise copy. CRAIG Died soiddenly on the 18th atFrie mantle, Wx r~r:Ginr oI oi, JOHNildi wVardel Frmnite- Prison, agd years and 3 months.

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 November 1868

ARRIVALS. . '-Noy.. 13.---SWAN, 25 tons, Ferguson; tmaster, rom Bunbutry, :"Cargo---6loads timber, 8 tons ip6tatoes. . SSame dav-MAZEPPA, 2o tons, Ihnt, mast'er; fi'om Bunbury Pa :Ii;ssengers~ E Clarke, and F. JarVis : Mar go -81i2' pieces `tiiber 306 spokes, 20 -ihids: oil, :4 kegs butter, andl whlal~g gear. Same d'ay.:-- CLARENCE PACKET, 50 :tons, 0'Grady lmaister, from :Bunbury. Passengers- Mr.;'. Spencer and another. Cargo- 13- loads. timber; 134 bags i:jpotatoes, i: kegs" butter, 2 bales.leather and sundries. . :--: ?: "': Nov !14.-CARL, 164 tbon, Dow ;master, frod   Melbourne, ;Passenger--Mr. Cleefy; K :: " -No`v ;16 PILOT, 73 tonsi Harris; inaste? from' Meliniei e"PPassengers---Mr! Mrs and Miss Highalid,ind G'IfacK llan.:- :-::: ? ' Samne davy --BRIDGETOWN, 354 tons, C 11 H ris mniasteir, fram Ch'npio Bay.2 Passengeirs Messis Bastbon, IoighGra. and F. urlarcher Carigo 6,,9 lb is pearl shll 1c46S l1bs gum, 180 tbns lead dorie; 43 balcs wool, :31trussies hayIL, and...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. THE WRAITH OF REDBURN CASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 November 1868

ST.H STORY-TELLER. TI-- WE AIThII OF PEDBURN ; CASTEI. 'V -i~ey crepti back to her chIamle 'u.itterly zniierable2 hVhat wrtetlie veo':' johlowedl,7 'wlit Iay. 'iiitroredbten' life *Heand:'deathT !; J" ':/.^ ^ - Thie ouse W as stiil now as it b lately had been gay oRosewouldlhave gonebat her loule n .tiow? .wassliut up th est of the family bcing abioaii,' aid' since shieniut stay, Lieutenanit Varnewast irged to-.re Smain 'toi ep her company. They.h" d -"o dy tte a tetcs in the parlour, and eveiy *day Rose grew to iave a less vivid ihte rest in the ininalid up stairs At lasttliere caine6 :a-day: when RBay 'vas pronouineid outof dani iger, ",.. .. ; T ill tlhen '?ieve ahad kepft out bf hIis ight-to-day he sent for her to come to him. Bending oveir. him;, smitten to ie heart' by thli'e sight of. his wulknessaid pallor, she sobbed: : ;' . ;- . : '. O Cari you ever foogive me, Ray ?.".. "Don 't talk of- that,- darlingc- as tiongi:I could long be. angry with you,;' and then as other tendil...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. THINGS I HEAR AND SEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 November 1868

GORIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. THINGS I HEAR AND SEE. " What's the best thing as I can do" says a young chap to me a few days ago, " to improve my mind ?" "Keep your eyes and ears open," say:s I, "them's the two doors through which .you can get anything into that apartment. Some people never has 'em more than about half open and the consequence is they never get much into their minds others have 'om pretty wide open, butlets in nothin' but rubish and tho' their minds is tolerably full-it aint much better than a second hand furniture dealer's shop, chocked up -with dirt and useless lumber." ( Oh" says the youngster "I was told to read books." "1 Al stuff ' says I--" readin' never did any . body ~riuch .good by itself. I've knob a', a good'inany in my time as spent tiree parts of their lives in readin' and. t}ien'was about the biggest jackasses as e er coiie under my notice. Roadin's all veiy well in its. way, but observation's ten times better. I likes a chap as after he's passed a ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 November 1868

MR. THOMAS CORRIGAN,; IHIaH STRiET, FREIANTLE, W.A., Auctioneer, House, Estate, and General Commission Agent. SClerk and Collector to the Fremantle Town Trust. A-4gext tothel Inguirer Newspaper. *lents and Out-standing Accounts collected. or Legally recovered. Intercolonial Office for Receipt and Delivery of Goods. ' illE rapidly increasing com .L merce between this Port : and others along the coast, from A lbalny to the Nicol Bay Settle "ments, and the continued uncer - tainty attaching to the regular transmission. of Merchandize, .Parcels, &c., seem to callfor the establishment of some Interme di"iate point of commuinication, where Parcels and Goods of any S.kind may be received at all times :-friom tihe Interior, or from any .i.Port onthe COQast, andforwarded, -by the very fCrst opportunity S,(withoit?it favoring any particular :., conveyance) to their destination. SActing upon this belief, the un ::d.ersigned, has made arrange'- inments with tihe Masters of the various C...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SCRAPS. FLOWERS AND FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 November 1868

SCRAPS. __ FLOWERS AND FRUITS. Bright flowers and fruits, oh ! maiden fair-- The flowers to deck thy shiniig hair; " Nect'rous fruits which the wild bee sips, Ruddy a?d ripe as thy pouting lips : Gather the blossoms from trees so tall, - Thyself the fairest flower of all. There's a blushing rose in dimpled cheek, A violet's hue in eyes so meek, ,An?d the ivaving locks of thy hair entwine As the ioring tendrils of the vine • Twining and clinging, void of guile As the joyous brightness of thy smile Gather the flowers while yet you may, Ere the flowers fade and the fruits decay: While sunshine gleams on thy golden hair, And the world around seems young' aiid fair. Fair as thy youth; as thy heart as true, And fresh as the flowers of varied hue. Wur is a man's coat larger when he pulls it out of a carpet-bag ?-Because he finds it in. crease.s yWrn" is a widower like a house in "a state of dilapidation ?-Because he should be re-paired. " DoN'T want you any longer," said an em ployer to a ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 November 1868

'-iW~s-rsunie onintice fth othAs Stiaan ;ealPropoity Ac iisedi ^out last,,^ .^i^cH^^*f'i:-; , W have given ias our opuiu on. previous ccasion,.,thattit 'in his onay.were as a ruile, sinogularly siM 1e, ilear:andi tiuncomplicated W have s.inc?.ibeen .'assured, howyver, u pon 7.d authoritythiat titles here are i as in tricateoas 1i.lsi hereifinvolvin r th an. e risk f-defectivencssandci e t.ino the isame Snecessity forsexpensive lea cexaiiii io.previous 'to 'any. sale: -transfer- mort Goeiit M fiiitgfi Ihis beagIfthe easelhe aig enit ts nin favo?r?f le.addptionif the: Ac in i, icolony iare uchl stirengh s C iause^g^uand27 of the Act -are ,as impoi rtantmThe th is n fdoestorbe ,paid uponthe first hi ii o aia-d.l tnhe rvilues oi of t A;ct.'he Areo gakvethe schedule iiargeslasifi wla~eek'lr i :ti3 'ecase ofiPlnd brougslnts uui~ll~r~tQpW^ i^n ft^-^ 't~yalai Sation in e, from-^ t i h p paid for suchland sh'ell be demd n ^taken to ibe the value theieoffoi thie purpose of lvying suchicaigesa...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 November 1868

THE MURRAY. To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, I am happy to report that up to the present time the crops are with few exceptions looking well. I was through Mr. Paterson's fields on Saturday, both he and his son William at Green field, have some very fine wheat, standing over six feet, I enclose you a sample lor inspection. It is to be hoped the rust will not attack the grain in this district, which would be a great calamity, considering the heavy losses that were sustained by Messrs. McLarty, Thomas and others by bush fires last season. The potatoe crop is good, Mr. Bedingfield is digging some of the best I have seen. We have but few sheep in the district, at the same time the shearing has turned out well. Captain Fawcett's Mr. Mur ray's, Mr. Pollard's and Mr. Oakley's all shew an increase over last years' clip. Mowing is proceeding vigorously-Messrs. Cooper, Bea cham, Thomas and Paterson have fair crops ; the first named person some very good. There is no information yet received ...

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RED RUST. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 November 1868

-RE D RUS T . To the Editor of the elerald. SIR,- I read with much attention and interest in your edition of last Saturday, the extract from )the paper read by the Rev. J. Berkeley, on the subject of red rust. The experiments and statements made therein quite confirm my opin ion as to the nature of the disease, and its action on the corn, and thatapreventive remedy can be found for it. As for smut, I have no doubt but that red rust is a species of fungi, allied to smut, and that it originally proceeds from the soil, and is afterwards communicated to the grain, but at first to so small an extent that it is not noticed. The corn sown as seed becomes infected and of course it appears to a greater extent in the crop. In thee early days of the colony, when b the Swan Flats were first broken up and sown with wheat, Smut made its appearance, and one year the wheat crops on the Swan, particularly near Guildford, were quite as much damaged by smut as they are thiscyear at the North by Red Ru...

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 November 1868

To the Editor of the Herald. . SIR, Having observed in your paper of the 1st of August last, that Mr. IHardey had objeeted in Council to Government officials being allowed to trade or engage in farming, I beg to offer a few remarks upon that subject. I do not think that the settlers generally have any objection to officials engaging in farming operations, but all do consider it highly obectionable that police offi cers shouldbeallowedtoroamover thecountry to the neglect of their more obvious duties, select ing and taking up runs, not with the least idea of stocking the same, but to resell at a large profit,. as has bean done in this district by the officer stationed at Quindalup. WIys not the clause in the Land Regulations enforced ? wherein it states " that no transfer of run is sanctioned unless the same has been properly stocked." All runs ought to be stocked some portion of the year, and if satisfactory proof is shown the same has not been done, the License forfeited, and grante...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 November 1868

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, I feel it my duty to let you and the public know whatI think about the lRed Rust in the wheat. In my last I told you I had a little since then I have watched its movements daily -an . have come to the conclusion that we are more frightened than hurt. Out of 160 acres of my wheat the disease does not cover one acre of land, and I believe it will be more than an average crop. The late rains are doing wonders in filling out the heads-the finest headed wheat I have seen for many years. I have some that will yield over 30 bushels to the acre. At the lowest calculation I shall have 2,000 bushels and 20 tons of old flour-so on the whole I think it is not so black as some seem to make out. I have been so busy that I have had no time to see any of my neighbors crops, but I think it will not be so bad as at first sight. You are aware that we have had a very strange season this year - very changeable weather, and it is my opinion that these sudden changes have...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 November 1868

COMMERC1AL. Woo,.-We learn from commercial ad ;ices that thedLondon wool market is certainly no worse than at the date of the laat mail; thei'e has been no further decline in price, and somb are even sanguine enough to anti ipatean ia - n prov ement. PaARL SELLS.-Fremantle i. e. NiptQ Bay, are quoted at £4 lOs. to £7 15 per cwt. SINGAPOIE.-Sandal Wood is low,.. and? no demand prices quoted at 2¼ dols. The Strathmore, which lefi Englajid odi the 2nd October brings 73 emigrants; Rev. M? Kirwin and Mr. E. Shenton are cabia pas scngers. There are also 2 steerage passengeis. A. C. G. Galway is expected to join the Commissariat Staff in this colony. The gentleman who will succeed C Sym mons Esq., as Resident Magistrate of this Town will be Mr. Slade, late Colonial lser tary at Labueui. 0

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THE VALUE OF AN ADDRESS. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 November 1868

THE VALUE OF AN ADDRESS. To the Editor of the Herald.' SIR, I see pne of your correspondents calls in ques tion the address to Governor Hampton, presen ted by Mr. E. Newman, Chairman of the Fre mantle Town Trust-and there can be no doubt that it was most certainly not an Address of the Inhabitants of that Town generally, neither, notwithstanding the vaunting of the Inguirer, on the subject of the Addresses presented to Go vernor Hampton, did the deputation include any of the principal inhabitanits apart from3 those connectcd officially with the Government. It was in fact simply an affair gotup by the Chair man to show his gratitude for the overpowering honor (?) conferred upon him by His Excel lency. Just of equal value was the Canning Address to whieh Mr. B. Mason managed to obtain 17 names-of these, 5 are names of persons who are neither residents, nor have property in the district, or are in any shape that I am aware of connected with it, and 4 are the names of per sons who are e...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ARRIVAL OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 November 1868

reports generally from the Corn exporting countries confirm that to be the condition of their respective harvests, the prices of grain are hkely to remain stationary for the ensuing year. The political world was in a state of move ment, rather than excitement, only diversified by political platforms, principarmy from the Teaders of the conservative party. The Rupert of Debate has reappeared in print, as usual definanysend in thia instance with tome reason, replying to Sir John Shuttle worths remarks, that his excision of ten Bishoprics from the Irimh Church Establish ment was identical wi t Mr..Gladstone's reso lutions ofdisesdowment," fstr from it-cnot at all like it. I made it a condition that every Thillingofit should go to Ecclesiastical uses. Far different is the ad captandum address pf his former Lieutenant, and present succesw sor, standing upon the argument, that the assault upon the Irish Church'--is but a pre linminary step to an ouslaught on the English Church--that Confi...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TENDERS ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 November 1868

STENDERS ACCEPTED. Perth, 26 Nov., 1861. Perth. Nbv., 1868. J. FARMANER & Co. His EXCELLENCT Go To supply 10 Hcgskin VERNOR HAMPTON, saddles (new) at £5 To supply 4 Hogskin 16s. each. saddles (second-haud) By H. E. command at £8 8s. FRED. P. BARLEE By His Excellency's Colonial Secretary Special order. ------- ? Truly I congratulate (?) the promoters of the addresses on the exalted nature of the subject of their landation I Let us hope that the addresses which it may be the lot of our coming Ruler to receive will bear a more sterling impress of truth and manliness. Sycophancy cannot fail to be unpleasing to an ingenuous mind, it is de- j grading as well to the person to whom it is of fered as to the person by whom it is offered. BETA. Fremantle, 8Ith 'ov, 1868.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 November 1868

-, OF OVER ~1000 Packages *OF MR B. FRANCI SCO HAs ieceiived instiuctions fiom the Con :.N 3.":- E E· . ignee . to offer by Public Auction, at his LooTmB. oin WEDNESDAY, 2nd Decemnber, the above ettensive slup ment of goods, consisisting -f - yOUNGER'S Scotch Alm inlihds. JLDred Appiles. Ame.ican Axes and Axe Handles. Biscuit in t,.ns Butter. Brandy mn wood and bottle. Brooms. :::."iie;7·, w ::.:n~ sc.!?: Ihle;).-??:?"i'{} ? ?:! -Y-.i - ,:lj;: /.~c3iihiie~i+"?a?+:ds-:.i; ::Y. h :-'?IF':: A - Buckets Olaret iu case. Candles. h..4+?no ·YY::Z·::; .:.;,io?).~~ :. ::j?;l:(: ;3/ Confectionery. Curiants. Corn sacks, Champ'agne (very superior ) Fie-arms (Guns and Rifles. Flour. Gunpowder. Geneva. --Keroseiie Oil. Table Lamps (large assortment ) Chimneys, Kerosene. Nails Old Tom. Reaping Hooks. ai dines. ?' ?;+es+6?~::gOanii;?:j? Jf t2-i;:? ine2 ??!,.,-· ..Sugars·..·&, Mauritius. . Si kles.: . -!" - . 5• Sipades. Shovels. Scythes. Tobacco. Tubs. Whiskey rugS>, : '-::.R 1:..-!::-Y·...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 November 1868

THE 'HERALD' I1 PUBLISHE D -VERY SATURDAY. THE TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION AR? : Ehro' the Piost 268. per annum. Pd inadyace. £own, Sos. - INaGLE NUMInERs 6D. EACH. ADVERTISEMIENTS. First 3 lines, 3s. 6d., every additional line 3d. Hialf-price for each subsequent insertion. Ad e'ertisements for a quarter, or any longer period b special agreement. AGENTS. PEt:RTI-MR. F. F. ARMSTRONG... : NTWCASTLE-MIR. J. A. WvROTHII. : - NOP-THAl.--IR. THROSSELL. • OmranRY--Ma. G. R. TEEDE. SBUsSELTON--MR. J. W. HUPITFRY. CaHMuPION BAnY-MR. I. TWALKER, aELBOUR.NE-MESSRS. GORDEN & GOTCH iob Printing of all descriptions in the best styles For London Direct. ' ro Sail Positively the first week in January next. l E A. 1. Barque 1 BRIDGETOjy.iP 354 tons, O. J. HarrisOoinman ? der, has superior accomadation for cabin passengers. . . - ; ior freight or passage . .. . : Apply to W. PADBURY & Co., Perth, . Oir T. & H. CARTE.R & Co., Fremantle. For ndon i ± (I^pHHE fast-sallinig Clip...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 November 1868

TARVEX1JOSE At tihe Congr.egatioial. Chapel Fr:erianitle, .by the Rev J ;Johsto~in on the 23; iitsnt, n,,Jo :. elldes i t :.son of. C?it. JOHn Hliu~v L:.tO:ELIZABEHTS J O'a Ise d .daugthe of'I- zL·L?1~r: .oss it6rek'eper F:rel a nte -;· -·i-28 i' 188. ¢7:.:·-.. '',.:,j-; "+.: ',?. : · ,' ?." ? . . " . .. ..

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Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 November 1868

:-NOv.20-LES TROIS AMIS, 44 tqns, J.:Green; master fronm Champion Bay. :: - :.23. ARGO, 33 tons,. Turner, masti tfrom Nicol Bay S~im'~ie daay MAZEPPA, rA,20tos Hnt mst frm]unbury, Saeday SWAN, 25 tos J Frguison ms terriom i?n~'l;Re . River .se??f~er senger; McGlide.; (jargo-67 bags barley; 1. . baI l -'s corn" sacks, and 4Pk1gs4 A26 CLARENCE PACKET, 48 tons, H0 Grady,   master,;firom hmp?agRn Bay vo:ag.10 bag 'f;our, I ba ea Ire i cnd 1 tos biallste 7 r DLPAXRTUR~ES. ov 20 BRIDGETOWN, 354 tons C 'Harris, maistcr,.for Bunibur3 as MAY, 24' ongine master foi B bury and Vss :24. ] FLYING FOAM, 33 to,~is, J. Nash,; master,   for Chamionu B' Gad go 412 pkgs meir chan dize, (nebod), anid 9,7 12 fiee timbherE

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 December 1868

Swan River Wines. THESE Wines are Manufactured by' MR. PHILIP WEBSTER, VINE COTTAGE, FREMANTLE,.. and are guaranteed perfectly SOUND and FREE from any deleterious slb-: stances, they are now celebrated for their goodness of quality, and can be had at the. following PROE . PRICES. W. Australian Port 10s. 12s. '( Gal. W. Australian Tokay 10s. " " W. Australian Sherry, 9s. 10s; 12s. ":: W. Australian Burgundy lOs. ' f 5 p.o. for Cash allowed on 5 dos. at one timde. 10 cc " 10", ' Samples of Wine in Wood of; various Vintages and Shades of Colour; forwar ded with pleasure to buyers. N.B. A quantity of one doz. cases of Assorted Wines are prepared ready for Shipmrenes to England by the first Wool Ship; any person desirous --of forwarding a case to their Friends can do so byj an early applicatgio. : S -. . , • - .. , ; :: . ·-. , ;. • To Cover. THAT well known Horse"!'DRAGON' iIwill stand for the 1st. August hext at- the Newcastle Hotel. Terms-, titenty-flve (25) shillings each Mare;: Any:...

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