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

T?HE undersigned will receive orders .L for Soaps, &c., manufactured by GOSSAGE BROTHERS, Footscray Soap ery Melbourne. HOUSEHOLD, PRIMRosE, WooL SCOURING, BEST YELLOW, -.:...,: MOTTLED: ALSO, Liqo>Lava D etergens, .~ OR .. -01 Scourhig Fluid. 'This preparation will be found to sup plyla want mich felt by Squatters, Wool growers, Fellmongers, &c., &c., viz that of a cheap and efficacious Detergent of easy application. GOSSAGE BROTHERS obtained prize- medals at the International Exhibi tion of London, 1862, and Dublin, 1865; also, Gold Medal at Paris, 1867. Prize medal and a. special award for special. excellence were given at the Intercolo nial Exhibition, Melbourne. These Soaps &c., can be shipped from the manufactory at very low rates and on LIBERAL TERMS. A stock of Household now on hand, at SOLOMON & NEPHEWS, Agents, Fremantle, W. A. November 27, 1868. The Southern Insurance Com pany, Limited. RZegistered Capital One .lillion. Paid-up C...

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SCRAPS. THE DYING GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 December 1868

SCRAPS. THE DYING GIRL. Oh, weep no more I There's nothing but the struggles now of death; And they, soon as I yield this fleeting. breath, Will all be o'er. Come round my bed Each much-loved form I fain again would see! Beloved, oh I. will you sometimes think of me, The early dead ? My brother, come : No sister wilt thou have with thee to rove At twilight hour, thro' meadow or thro' grove I'm going home. But, oh I prepare Thyself. that when thy dying hour has come, And I have reached my early glorious home, Thoul't meet me there. Mother, come thou : Draw near and lay thy hand upon my heart ; My hour has come, and even we must part, For I am dying now, A HINT FOE THE LAZY.-The sun wouldu't be as bright as he is if it were not for his early rising. THE RIGHT MAN IN THE RIGHT PLACE.---A husband at home in the evening. THE sunshine of a smiling face will gild everything-even cold mutton. `_LEAVES THAT ARE" LEAST BECOMING TO A WARRIoR's BRow.-Leaves of absence. BARGarN.-A ludicrous tran...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 December 1868

SIT is 'not sour intention to attempt a solu tion of the much discussed question of what lthe red rust is, whence it comes, or whither .it may go, and as there is such a variety of opinions upon the ques tion we must leave any one, who has an 'opinion on the subject t'omake the pre vision which he considers best calcu lated to prevent its recurrence. In the ineantime its appearance is not without an. antidote to- its evils, inasmuch as it has roused public attention to the consequences of coming on us, unprepared in every respect for such a visitation. Living or, ather depending altogether upon external assistance, the. Colony, its Government inclusive, have never devoted their attention to the inevitable conse quences of eschewing all self-reliance- or of introducing?as a counterbalance to the fatal concession of convict labor a better class of, immigrants,-by opening out means of facilitating transit, or by taking proper .measures to make- known the capabilities of the Colony with...

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

To the Editor of The Heraid SIR, It appears fromn the -tatcmenlt prepared .by the'Ccmmittce appointed to. xamine and report on the ravages of the Red nRust at this place ' that 3370 acres of land were planted this, year, w?hich gave a yield of 878 bushels of wheat, or a little over,'15 lbs. of-wheat to an' acre of land:(;,; A fair average crop of wheat would .be- 20 bushels, to' an acre, this multiplied by.. 2270" acres the quantity of landd planted, would gri:a . yield of 67,400 bushels. Deduct 878 bishels, supposed present harvest, and a less of 66,522 bushels of wheat is shewn which at 4s. 6d. per bushel, will give an estimated loss this year of £14,967 9s. This. calamity has falhn on 45 farmers, situated within a circle of seven niles, but there are three or four farmers omitted from some error. There can be no qnestion bit all the commu nity. far and near, are involved, more or less; in this general loss ; amongst a number of far mers there are some who are better able to bear ...

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REVIEW. W. A. Church of England Magazine FOR DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 December 1868

R.EVIEW. W. A. Cl uri of ng . and gasi? ;-ne FoR-DEOEMBER. .The number for the. present month con' tains nore than- the usual, quantity' of local church intelligence. We have --fre quently pointed out the interest felt' by readers of the Magazine in local news, and we feel quite sure if more attention was paid to collectingitems of intelligence connected with Church Meetings, Sunday" Schools, Day Schools, &c., in the various districts of the colony, the magbazine would be more eagerly read. We have often had occasion to regret the apparent want of interest in the suc cess of the Afagazine by the clergy ids - a body. How few of them ever contribute an article or a letter to its pages. . How is it, that the greater part of the .Iagasine-has to be filled up With extracts,. when so many subjects," peculiarly adap fted for such a periodical,' exist. in:'.the: colony demariding explanation and', dis-. eussion ? Willan improveieeit'evei. take place? We hope so. There can be but few...

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

Tb the Editor of the Herald. SIR,- I canle up to Perth expressly for the-purpose of making a complaint to the Postmaster-Gene: ral,.of, what I conceive to be not only a very gross abuse of. that what has been made a misdemeanoY; if not a felony by a distinct Act of Parliament, and the breach of. which nearly led to the dismissal of Sir James Graham when Secretary of State-proved to have acted upon information, obtained by means of'opening Maz zini,. the Italian patriot's letters by the Post Office authorities et St. Martins Le Grand. Socialy there is no greater offence than read ing letters not. intended for the clandestine in spection of the over curious, indeed I know of no person more unwelcome in every social com munity than one suspected of such a dishonor able practise. -I am a resident in a country township, and. have occasion to write letters, not only on bnsi ness, but have been indiscreet enough to express feelings and' opinions, which I wished only to be known to and shar...

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PUBLIC MEETING IN FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 December 1868

TTPUBLIC :MENUETING IN FR ,EMANT'L E. Oin Monday'las there Was a meeting of the: requmisrinits to the Resident Magistrate, C. Sym mons E.sq. to make arrangements for the recep tion of Sir Benjamin Chilly Campbell Pine on his visit to the Port and Town. of Fremantle. The meeting though not numerously. was most respectablv attended, and might fairly he said to represent, the opinions and feelings of the different sectionis ofour social community: ' Mr. Lionel Samson opened the. :proceedings by. stating why he put himself forward of: th, occasion, and trusted that the meeting N.vould:: give him credit for being actuated by a sense: of piublic duty'alone. He then moved that the worthy Resident should take the Chair, which' was seconded by Mr. E. Newman and c rrie d unanimiously. . :. . Io r. Symmons in a few words stated the, ohbject of the meeting, and alluded to a reimark nmade in our Saturday's issue,- that the nieglect with w.. hich- Fremantle and :its, interests. bad: been treated ...

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THE STORY-TELLER. THE JEALOUS WIFE. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 December 1868

THE SBTORY-T.E LLER .THE .J ALOUS WIFE. . C*APTEI I I. Two beautiful women sat deep in con - -eiation one pleasant winter day. In front of them, from the lobg window, was a veiew of groups , of gaily-attired people, equipages driven by liveried c?achnmen, equestrians of both sexes, an epitome, in fact, of all Paris. This win dow overlooked the Boulevards. The room was tastefully furnished, and on the broad, low couches lay dresses, gorgeous and grotesque, as for a carnival. Masks lay beside these, and ever and anon the two friends would turn towards them with a momentary glance of pleasant ex pectancy. " M. Shuliz's hotel will be crowded to night," said one, called Marie. "Yes, all the best will be there. I think.they've kept their secrets admirably. I've not the least idea of cousin Julia's dress. That is odd, for she is such a talkative little puss.' It will be the event of the season, and there'll be, oh, such tuin! for I expect we shall know some by their voices, unless they dis...

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VICTORIA AGRICULTURAL AND DISTRICT SOCIETY. Greenough, December 11th, 1868. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 December 1868

VICTORIA AGRICULTURAL AND DISTRICT .SOCIETY." Greenough, SDecember Ilth, 1868. T o the Editorof- the:her8ld.: In :compliance ?ith Resolution No. :6 passed at a meeti?g :ofi: thabov'e,:Society. held at the 'Greenouig : on ('6th iAugust last,, I:beg to for n ard· to.you the? reply .of His Excellency the Goveriinor, to .thResolutions passed at;a Special Meetirg, lield at thei Hnimpton Hotel Greenough, on the 17th:i?lt....":. :I have the honor to be. -Your obediienSet rvant, F. W4LDECK, Hon. Secretary, Pro Tem.

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

WEDNESDAY, 13TH JANUAEY S11 o'Clock. SHEEP, RAMS & BULLI EX " THAMES." SALEANDEIR CUMllllG & CO. HAVE received instructions from- -M1lESSRS. C.;CoaIPToN & Co., to sellby Public Auc tion, on WEDNESDAY, the 13th Jan uarynext, at 11 o'clock, at their Premises opposite the Fremasons' Hotel, Perth, a splendid importation of live. stock,.. ex ship " Thanes," expected daily from. Melbourne, consisting of--: PRIZE NegrettiRams, (impirtIed from .' 1 Germany), with Baron Von S&achto;is certificate. 2 Negretti liamq,; rogteny of aoove, ou·. of Ewes selectel firom the celebr ited? flock of K rniodes of Tasinania. 3 Ewesi do,, do, do1. 9 Ramei 2 to ?. , progeny of b- re. 30i Merino : eeg fron: importation of 56 :do.do 2 tooth by Nor.etti -mI m ouit of above Ewes: j 27R im Lambs, progeny .ofabove 50 2itooth iamni boiillet Ra'ne 310 do -do., ivwes: 1 Bull, byan imported silor t'hornei:o . Bull, out of an umported T:ihefoird Coiv bied by nM Damv.san, Esq., `Flemiig t...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Colonial Secretary's Office. Perth, 2nd December, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 December 1868

ELSTEaRN AUSTRALIA. Colonial Secretaray's Office. :-.::i: :::,;:.: .-Perth, 2nd December, 1868. - e h n D8I-hak e su b m itted to H is E x cellen cy th e G o - yernrior yoti leter of the. 17th ult., forwarding copies of resolutions passed at a Special Meet ing of the Victoria Agricultural and- District Society, held tnat day for the consideration of the steps to be taken consequent on the destruc tion of .the major portion of the wheat crops on the Greenough and Irwin by " red rust," and the distress that is likely to arise therefrom. I can assure you that His Excellency is fully alive to the.evil .results that such a calamity must entail on the sertlers in these districts, and on the receipt of detailed, information that has been:called for; will be prepared to take such steps as may appear- to be best calculated to meet the requirements of the case. Till that information has been received His Excellency defers-sending any definite replies to those re souitions calling for special ...

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

. + fi~ne, schooner .. MAR Y . 4 N.r, villS?1 for the abovee port o : or abo ut" the 2uth Instant.' For freight or passage apply to BARKER, & GULL, GnLDroniDn. ,r D. B. F. RlANCISOO,. FREMArTLE. Frensntle, December 4, 1868. FOR SALE:. : HE . choonler 4< "GIFT," just arrived o?-in AdelAide; bluilt in Tasmania if 1866, nd is a very nice little craft. - . Can be examined at any tittme: For further particulars apply to th -,master on board, or -.. :. ST. T& -. CARTER &CO.'; agetnts: ::I remantle, -Dec. 16, 1868 : FOR SALE. SIrHE splendid 4 1 new S .. Iron Screw --Steamer 'tB, SA, to arrive from Glasgow, -Lntli 135 feet, breadth 22 fee;F, depth 9: feet.. Specially built to. carry large .:Cargo on a light draught of water, and steams with a small consiumption of fuel. "Is fitted with two pairs inverted direct ' ne r Engines'; Cylinder. 16 in diamineter, U -' + ?`irbular Boilers, having two furnaces. Cabin fitted with 18 berths, besides Captain and Office...

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

THE 'HERALD' : Ir PUBLISfED :EVERY SATURDAY. T?~ T~EMS OF SUBS0RIPTION ARE : Thro' the Post eSs. per annum. Pd.inadvance SINGLE NUTIBERS 6D. EACR. ADVERTISEMENTS. First 8 lines, 3s. 6d., every additional line ad. ialf-price for each subsequent insertion. Ad v-ertisements for a quarter, or any longer period b special agreement. AGENTS. PEnTH--MR. F. , ARMSTRONG. NEWCASTLE-MR. J. A. WROTH. NORTHAM.-MR. THROSSELL. BuNnuUr-Mn. G. R. TEEDE. BUSSELTON-MR. J. W. HUMPIIRY. CHAMPION BAT-MR. I. WALKER, MELBOURNE-MESSRS. GORDEN & GOTCH I Job Printing of all descriptions in the best styles I For London Direct. to Sail Positively the first week in January next. T HE A. 1. Barque B1RID GETO FWN, 354 tons, C. J. HarrisComman der, has superior accomadation for cabin passengers. For freight or passage Apply to W. PADBURY & Co., Perth, Or T. & H. CARTER & Co., Fremantle. For London Direct. T HE fast-salling Clipper Barque ZEPHYR, SDMUrD E?LTOTT, Cammander. Has superior...

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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 December 1868

oatitc toa dorr porneints. VAasE COREESQNDENT,; we received, your com munication, bat it was far too personal for us to publish. . MRM~ Yoti .e caonnot insert youi~ intemperate letter. WE take°thlis opportunity- of in forming. ur nmunerous.- Subscri bers, that owing to the difficulty and cdst of collecting country subscriptions, that from the 2nd of February next, we must insist upon prepayment--from all coun try. subscribers. The Herald will not: be forwarded to any person after that date who has not .p-;?i least a quarter in ad vance:. ,ýP:ostage Stainps, or Or ders .,'5n Storekeepers in Perth, or 'Fremantle, will be taken in paymenTUR EE 9, 88.t. SATURDAY,. DECEMBER 19, 1868.

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Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 December 1868

tARRIVALS Dec 11 WATER LILY, 28 tons, J. 0Grady, 'master, from Champion Bay. Passengers P· Murphy, O. Free, J. tRichards, G. :Worth, C. Searle, and J. Ward. Cargo-18 tons lead ore, 150 sacks bran, 100 boxes candles, and 4 cases sundries. 12 -BRIDGETOWN, 354 tons, C: Harris; master,   from* Bunbury '"Passengers-Mrs. Congdon and 3 children,, Miss Evans, Mrs..Chapman, and Messrs..Ashford, Delaney, Evans, Reich berg, Hollowell, Walcott, and J. Mason. Cargo -2,520 bags lead ore. and 20 bhds. gum from Champion Bay, 2 pieces timber, 358 bales wool. 5 bags potatoes;-8 hhds. and 1--cask gum, from Bunbury. 16?-GIFT, 20 tone, J. Walsh, master, from Adelaide, Cargo-9 pkgs. J. T. Reilly ;-1 case B. Mason '1 6'pkgs. order; 61 cases and 200 bags flour, T.'& H. Carter & Co.; 9 cases L. Samson ; 5 cases B: Solomon ; 61 chests tea, J. Drummond,; 1 trunk; G. Throssel; 1 trunk, D. K. Congdon ;-and .1 case J, T. Monger. SSame day..-TWINKLING STAR, 60 tons, Han ham mastei, fr...

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FIRE DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 December 1868

FIRE DEPARTMENT. This company issues policies on proy erty and goods, subject to the reduced rates of premium. The fire income in 1861 was £360,130 Class 1.-Detached buildings of brick or stone, ,with slate or shingle roof and native wood timbers and floors, 12s. 6d. per cent. per annum. Class 2-.Same class building used as dwellings and for merchandise and stores in trade, 22s. 6d. per cent. per annum. Other risks according to a rangelment. Class 1.-Private dwellings one or more stories high, detatched buildings, or brick or stone walls, slated roof, mahogany or deal timber and floors 12s. 6d per cent per annum. Contents of any kind, same: rate as building.. Other risks according to arrangements LOCAL COMMITTEE IN PERTH: Bayly Maycock, Esq., A. H. tone, Es: LIFE DEPARTMENT. Life Policies are issued with all the advantages of a mutual company, com bined with the stability to be derived from an influential proprietary, a subscribed capital of nearly Two Millions, and accu mulated fun...

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AN ENIGMATICAL CHRISTMAS DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 December 1868

AN ENIGMATICAL CHRISTMAS DINNER. Sours. The best part of vermin without brains. A Scotch Island-a human organ-joyfuli without its tail, and a black adjective . Fisa, A deity pronounced by a Welchman, with crustaceous impudence. The lower part of a man's boote, fried. - ENTREMIETS. A tart of the ruin of manhknd. A 1Mountain in Switzerland, and. a disease among dogs. What a railway traveller is often shaken to. A next-to-nothing. Several specimens of an advanced stage of chopping. Mould of Chinese corn, with " now" in Latin. A £10,000 pudding. Several marthas of a shell-fish. Ti ifles from north of the Tweed. The staf'of lfe, with sugar. Several cuts with an axe flavored with part of a man, begining and ending with part of a foot. A funny aspic. A country of Europe roasted, and impudence with a good many years. VEGETABLES.--Tufts from Belguim, Irish fruit, and a near approach to afractured colic. WINEs.-At dinner : Delusive misery, an ex cited portion of horse, and a town in Sicily. A...

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UNDER THE HOLLY BOUGH. I [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 December 1868

UNDER THE HOLLY BOUGH. Ye who havescorn'd each other, Or injured.friend or brother, Slitn this fast-fading year ; IYe who, by word or deed, .IHave'made a kind heart bleed, Come gather here. Let sinn'd against and sinning Forget their strife's beginning, And join in friendship now; Re links no longer broken ; Be sweet forgiveness spoken Under the Holly Bough. I I. Ye who have loved each other, - Sister and friend and brother, In.this fast-fading year ; Mother and sire and child, * Young man and maiden mild, Come gather.here; A nd let your hearts grow fonder, As Memory shall ponder ' Each past unbroken vow; Old loves and younger wooing . ? Are sweet in the renewing, Under'the Holly Bough. II I. S Ye 'iho have nourish'd sadness, Estranged from hope and gladIness, In this fast-fading year; Ye with o'erburden'd mind, Made aliens from your.kind, Coine gather here. Let not the useless sorrow Pursue you night and morrow: .If e'er you hoped, hope now ; .Take heart,-uncloud your faces, And jo...

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LOSSES PAID IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 December 1868

LOSSES PAID I~ MELBOURIIZ. Directors in Victoria- •Chairman-The Hon. James Henty, M. L. C. The Hon. Sir J. F. Palmer, President of the Legislative Council; The Hon. James M'Culloch, M. P. The Heon, Sir Francis Murphy, Speaker of the Legis lative Assembly; The Hon. Robert Turn bull, M. L. C. Swinton Boult, Esq., Secretary to the Company. W. Murray Ross, Esq. J. P. Secretary, Melbourne. FIRE. ANNUITIES.-LIFE. Fire Premium £580,000. Life do. £200,00. Invested Funds £3,050,000. Funds invested in Australia £300,000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 December 1868

The Southern Insurance Com pany, Limited. Reqistered Capital One . illion. Paid-up Capital : Ninety-two Thousand Five Hicndred Pounds. RESERVE FUND: £35,000. READ. OFFICE : MELBOUERNE. Directors. THE HoN: S. G. HERTY, Chairman. FRANCIS JoHN BLIGH, Vice- Chairman. 'JAMEs M LORIMER, J. H. BLACKWOOD, H. SELWIN SMITH, PHIPPS TURNBULL, JAS. i. ]3UREE, W. K. THoMsoi., JAMes WHITE. DAVID MoFFAT-SE?RETARY. S Branch Offices, LONDON BOARD OF DIRECTORS OFFICES: No. 1 ROYAL EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, E. C. THOMAS HARBOTTLE, JAMES. RAE, WIL LIPA A. OGG, ToM RAY. SYDNEY BOARD OF DIRECTORS. OFFICES: No: 22 BRIDGE STREET. GEORGE KING, R. G. MASSIE, J. S. MIT CH?LL, J. S. "TILLIS. Agencies:: MAirnIr?r?s-Richardson & Co. Ca?eutta-Shand, Fairlie, & Co. I uAnDRAs.-C. Shand & Co. RANGOON.-A. Y. Jamieson. COLOMBO.-C. Shand & Co. SINGAPORE.-Maclaine, Fraser & Co. BATAVIA.-Maclaine, Watson & Co. DuNEDIN-Dalgety, Rattray, & Co. CHRISTCHURCH.--John Lewis. AUcx...

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