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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 December 1868

Wu; ;continue our notice .:of thu 0Souith. -~istralian Real property Act at clause (98), which provides that upon the ap-. plication of any registered proprietor of land:,held under soparate grants or ~ertificates of title, and upon the deliver ing up of such grants or certificates the Registrac General shall issue to such piroprietor a single certificate for the 'whole of such land-(99) provides that in the case of loss of any grant or certi ficate of title, upon proof of such loss, a provisional certificate may be issued by the Registrar General which shall be as available as the original grant or certifi cate (10.0) permits the registration of doaliigs that have taken place with land prior to .t e issue of grant from *the Crown., That is, so soon as a person has ;purichased a piece of land from the Crown, and can produce the Treasurer's receipt for payment, he may, before he obtains the grant or certificate of title of such' land, mortgage, sell, transfer or lease such land and s...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. IDA'S NEW CLOAK. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 December 1868

_..1. $TO1"Y-TJELLW IDA'S NEW CLO K. John Wayne was a merchant doing a prosperous business, end possessed of. considerable property, a greater part of which consisted of land in the bIeatutiful Cumberland Valley, on which he resided during the "-heated term." Wayne belonged to that class of per. sons who are commonly called " purse proud ;" and so eager was he to be honored on account of his wealth, that he shunned rather than courted the society of men of rank, as he was fond of power, and scorned to mingle with those who had an indisputable claim to that de ference of which he himself was desirous. But he evidently desired that his only child and heiress should marry a man of wealth, like himself ; and learning that a. young man of large estates, who had just returned from his travels, and was about to settle near his parental home, Mr. Wayne resolved that Ida should ;have every possible opportunity of " showing off to advantage" before so desirable a 2aeighbor; and he determined ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ARRIVAL OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 December 1868

ARRIVAL OF THE MAILS. The English Mails arrived in Perth on Monday morning at 4 a.m. From their contents we learn that the public feeling in England, npon the questions at issue between the contending parties -had ceased to excite more than ordinary atten tion. Telegrams have been received up to 23rd. November,- from-which we gather that out of 658 members; constituting the -ouse of C6mmons, the Returns of 510 had been ascertained, mainly. composed 'of the Town and Borough constituencies, tho counties with a few exceptions not being over. The result is stated to be 330 Liberhl.rnembers, 189 Conseryative,;:. ap parent majbrity 141 for the Liberal side.. There are still 148, principally county ie turns ooutstanding, and: as the great strength of the Conservative party lies in theo county constituencies, weve may fairly assume. the apparent majority of 141.- will be considerably . reduced-and that the.result will be a mean .between .the maximum, estimate of the: Liberal jourials in the...

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

MR. J. MANNING, IM R , J . ® . 1 L J? ., ' Artist Photographer, begs to acquaint the Pub lic generally, that he. has returned to Perth from a tour in the Victoria distrtct, and will again be prepared to take like nesses on the 1st Januarn,. 1'869. Hours of attendance from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. Mr. Manning much prefers the morn ing for Portrait taking, and especially in taking children. Northam Mechanics' Institute. PBESIDENT--REV. S. BROWN. T iE Committee of the above Institute has the pleasure to announce' that a Public Tea Meeting will be held in the Hall on ..WEDNES DAY, - 6th January next, the proceeds of which to go towards defraying the debt' due on the building. TEA .TO COilI3LENOE AT 6 P.. After :which,. a n, i variety oof views from the . Magic Lanteirn :iill be sheown. A?i rrrcircE Adl?sils. 6 . ; chilldren dei yareo, Is as om one to (By Ordeo) GEO. THROSSSELL, ion. Secr'etary. PN ONNOLLY, Liver ` .:: Pool Arims Guild; ford, is prepared ts purchase from one to one hundried( ...

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ALBANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 December 1868

ALBANY, - (From our owvn Correspondent.) Since my last letter the weather has been fine' the clip of wool in this district has been good. Merchants are now shipping for England, viii Adelaide. The schooner Mary Sherrett has ar rived from her whaling cruise with only a few. barrels of oil. Bay whaling this season has been almost a failure. November 25, the ship King Leah, sailed foir Callao in Ballast. Same day the schooner Mary King, arrived from FIremautle.zand sailed again on the 26th for Adelaide. November 24, arrived the Aincirican barque Vigilant, A. Barker,: master, from Whaling Ground, with eight hundred barrels of sperm oil, sailed again Dec. 7. November 26, the American barque Mferihaid;: J. Horan, Master, arrived fromWhaiing Ground 'with 1,400 barrells of sperm oil, sailed again for' Newbedford Dec. 8, Dec. 14, arrived the. A.S.N.; ss. Roangatira, U, Grainger. master, with mails and cargo, from Adelaide, sailed again at midnight. -At 8 a.m., Dec.. 14, arrived the .M.l., s....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CHRISTMAS QUEEN. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 December 1868

THE CHRISTMAS QUEEN. I am Queen of Smiles and Beauty, Queen supreme.this Christmas night. Loyal subjects f hear your. duty y decreesaire Law and Right. Mine's a crown of Christmas Holly, Mine's a charter-wide yet clear ; .Foe of gloom and melancholy, Friend of Laughter-Song--and Cheet.. Iý. S-have.titles to reward yotu, I can make you Dukes and Earls ; In my court we'll thus regard you, If it please the pretty girls. - Choose your rank I 'f my Lady Smiler I!'I ." Duchess Lovely !', ' Countess Coy i" " Princess Eye-Bright,"-heart beguiler I " Einsign Pleasure 1" " General Joy !" III. Could I govern States and Nations As to-night I govern you, I would double poor men's rations, And give Merit all its due. Wealth should taste a keeener pleasure, Happy genius learn to thrive, Every child should be a treasure, And each honest man should wive. Iv. This I'd do if I were able, And my kingdom not so small, Bounded by a dinner table And the pictures on the wall. Yet, what matters ? Here is gl...

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FREMANTLE BOYS' CATHOLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 December 1868

FREMANTLE. BOYS' C LTHOLIC SCHOOL The Examination.of the boys attending this. School, took phice on Monday, in the presence of the very Rev. M. Griver, Rev.: M. Gibney, Rev. A. Bourke, &c., &c. It is tobe regretted lthe pricnits of tiie child ren were absent. The boys of the Senir C1asses had juslt corm pleted a series of written? papers, coiiiprising ;10 questions in each of their 'studiesenibraeing the following subjects, and whichli were each marked alphabetically :-- . Piaper A.-Christian Docti inc BB.-Christian Politeness, CO? Reading ..and W:.ritiig, D.4 Di tation of ten lines from a new?spaper, E. -Eng lish Granimar, F.I Geogi ip y of Australia, GA English Composition? il, Natural Philosophy, I.--Arithinetic The standird of ncirit to determiiie the value of cuci: boy's se? ?,f papeirs Th" rewa rdIs was F or every.satisfactorY answ.er 10 marks " passable " 5 " " worthless " ' 0 « Among other rules strictly observed by the boys in the conduct of this n i itten e...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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SCRAPS. CONUNDRUMS FOR CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 December 1868

SCRAPS. CONUNDRUMS FOR CHRISTMAS. Why does a cook prove herself to be an ex peditious traveller at Christmas ?-Because in a short space of time she makes herself thoroughly acquainted with the interior of Turkey and the borders of Grease. WHEN may a little boy be charged with glut tony ?-When he has eaten his Twelith-cake. WHY is a Christmas pudding like the Atlan tic Ocean ?-Because is is full of currants. WHY does a sumptuous Christmas dinner re semble universal knowledge ? -- Because it makes itself known by a variety of sauces (sources). WrY doep a beggar, whose garment has been torn by a dog, resemble a juvenile Christmas party ?-Because he has a snapp'd rag on. WHY does holly decorate the walls during the days of Christmas ?--Because those are holly days. , WHAT party is it most -desirable to aSe with ? -Why a Christmas arty, to be sure.

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CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. CHRISTMAS ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 December 1868

CHIIPS?BYA?'SDtL ...S=:?b WOODl CTTTERi - CuI(IS=A:s- ADVICE. 1 ygltle : aders-this heo's` Chris'nas.time as `you ;ki w of:icourse, and,; itait the time _to- belookinglum and 1u 1y Fae a:hi-jolly -'tim of the year is most always soon witl a smile Ion.'em, aiidit'riiiti:it :should bso-and old? Chii.s'-gib ilnlii, grintiig, na ggin. old"'Chips' aint a ggoin to say anythin'as 'l tuirni smilesiilto fio?ns.. lie aint the chap.n otwitistandiin the bad opinion you ihis on him- as :would throw a wet blizioth?nm??Hth and jollity. He likes to see it acd canla take his parit in it with thl£ ,emrit st- yongnster just ihome from bieaki .:I:p. He could play overin' barics, or marblos, or hoops; or buttons, oiitounider. with any boy goin', or could fly a hito, o" plhy forf'its, or snatch at a .snap diagon, ..with ,as much delight as when he wore pinnefores and pettecoats: :You :as generally read 'Chips' puts him down no doubt as about as disagreeable caitankerous old hunks as ever hollered out ' t...

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

' ;- aI` io0 ScreW. Shamev. J'0 (IQSAI t ^ arrivefr om G l Length 13o. fepet, readth 22l fet S3ect:. f 8 ecialy" buailt to .car iraV Cargo.oih a i cght draught i;of Awate; r and: : steanms with a smiall consumption. ofifel. is fitted with two pa.sainertet diidect S. cndensing Engines ;: ylinder- 16 i:' diameter, 20 in stroke witahlarge uprighlit turbular Boilers, hayiig itwo fuirnaces..: S.- Cabin ftted w-ith?:. 18 :beithsri-b.h esides' ..Captain. and Officerst roomds.: Has ialsoi ' steam hoist and. Donke'. Engine, capable pf lifting .4to 5 tons with complete outfit; For terms &ec;, apply to. . : . : ALEX r.[AC FA PLA. N & , ?- {~~. .-_.> A^ ' - 13 Flinder^s 1 ^,an? .. S.Eat Melbourne :s ale of ;Valuable ieeehold .-::::::' Property at the Free~insons' Hotel, Perth. - --/^. IimSRs. LINMaL SMS0N & SO0 (GOVERNiMENT AujCTIONEERS), . HAVE received instrioctions from the - Mortr'a~ree. to sell by "Auction,. on " WEDNESDAY, the 30th of Dcember, • 1868, at the Fre...

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

TI I I ERALD IS PUCBLISRXX EV RY SATURDAY. n ,4h t ý r eus .P. advane SINGLE NUMBERS 6D. EACH. ADVERTISEMENTS. First 8 lines, 3s. 6d., every additional line 3d. Half-price for each subsequent insertion. Ad vertisements for a quarter, or mny longer period by special agreement. AGENTS. PERTH?-MIR. F. F. ARMSTRONG. NEWCASTLE-MR. J. A. WROTH. NORTHAM.-MR. THROSSELL. BUNBRY--MR. G. R. TEEDE. BUSSELTON-MR. J. W. HUMPHRY. CHAMPION BAY-MR. I. WALKER, MELROURNE-MES8RS. GORDEN & GOTCH Job Printing of all descriptions in the best styles i For London Direct. ro Sail Positively the first week in January next. T HE A. 1. Barque BRID GETO WN, 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 H E fast-sailing Clipper Barque Z. EPH YR , S . EDIUND ELLIOTT, Cammander. H as superior accommodation for passen gers, and will pos...

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MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 December 1868

:: MAIL NOTIC^E. i Mails for transmission by Contract Packet via King George's Sound will close at the General Post Office, Perth, as under:--. ' For E-urope, India, Cape of Good Hope, &c., on Wednesday, the 6th January, at 4 o'clock p.m. For the Australian Colonies, New Zealand, and Tasmania, on Saturday, the 9th January, at 6 o'clock p..m. a Money Orders for transmission by the above conveyance will be issued on the Australian Colonios, New Zealand, and Tasmnania, up. to 11 a.m. on Friday, 8th January, and .on the United Kingdom, up to 11 a.m. on Monday, 4th January. . :Letters for Registration must he posted one: hour before the closing of the Mail. Late Letters, on payment of a fee of 6d., may be posted for London, &c., up to 5 o'clock p.m., for the Colonies up to 6"30 p.m. - A. HELMICIH, Postm'aster-General. : General Post Office, Perth, December 21st, 1868. WE take this opportunity of in forming .otr numierous Subscri bers, that owing to the difficulty and cost...

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Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 December 1868

ARRIVALS. Dec .21 LAUGHING WAVE, 161tois T Shaw, master;' from Mauritus. Saitie day.-LES TROIS AMIS, 44. tons, J .Green master, from Champion Bay, and.:Irwin -River. Passengers-F..Morgan.- Cargo 117 bags barley, and.5 do. oats. Same day.---~MYSTERY, 16 tons,: IIeadland )master, from: Champion and Shark' s Bay's. Passengers-Miss E. Von Bibra: Cargo--: pkgs, Wool, mdnd 18 tons guano. "."bame.day.-ARGO, 34 tons, W. On ens, from Bunbury, and sailed same day for Champion Bay Passengers for Fremantlb - Mr:. C. Clifton;' :and Miss French. Cargo- fr -Frek mantle-79 bags potatoes, 11 hales wo6ol; : kegs butter, and 2 cases. Cargo' for Champpion Bay-10 tons potatoes, 18 kegs bliutter, and a quantity of timber. . 22:- Brig NILE, 164 tons, Walker master, from Melbourne. Passengers--Mr. J : Vi ker;. Jnr. L. C. Barker, Esq., Jas: .Morrissin, W'A Vincent, M. Pl-iumer. Saine day..-MAZEPPA, Hnti maister, fi om Bunbury . 'Cargo-sundries. )23.--FORGET-ME-NOT, Schooner, 1l10 tons; Bishop;: master fron ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 January 1869

B:UNBURY RACES TFURSDAY,; 25Tr FBRUAKYI 1869. STEWARDS.: " George Eliot, Esq. -J.. Gi orno-n as. R. Gale, E 'sq. T. H. Lo - egro,eEs. :. Thos. Littl, Jiun.,E e :E-: Judge, Starter, arnd Clerk of the Course to be rapointed. TREansUvaf MID Sec riuy---W B. .11itchell. . - MAIDEN PLXTE ".._ Of 25 Sovs., added to a Swieepstakes of £2 each. For all horses that;have never won an advertised Race : one :mile and a distance, heats, weights-for age.:: SELLING STAKES. Of-- Sovs. added to a sweepstakes of £l each. Distance one mile and a half; heats, Winner to be sold for :£15 and I any surplus to- go to the race -fund. Queen's Plate, weights.. WELLINGTON CUP. Of--Sovereigns -added to .a:i sweeps stakes of £2 each. Distance, two. miles, one event. Queen's Plate, weights. - CONSOLATION RACE. Of-Sovereigns for beaten.. horses in the above races--added - to a. sweeps -stakes of £1 each. Distance, one mile aid a half ; one .event. Weight for ages. HACK AND PONY RACES. Of--Soverei ns eac?---Po:st ent...

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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 January 1869

To the Editor of the Herald. SIR, Having at nimy: Concerts stiated that:I would give my services on one evening for the-benefit of the Qirphaiiage; I would like. very Inic&h to know what: evening" is t6 bet apirt for the Concert, and: i hope that th'ilbeal talent of Fre mistle will 'asist me on the. obeasioa. Sincerely hoping that there:- will ble ibump iung house I remain respectfully; IRAFIAELE- ABECCO. Harwoods' Hotel, Fremantle, ' 28th December-,8,8. . = P.S.-Please to insert th's in your next-issue, I Wish it to be undestood that it is for thi benefit of the Protestants ind Catholics jointly:?' - WE have only space to sinounce thit the Crick et Match between the Perth and: Freirantle Elevens, ended in the Perth winning .by,70 runs.

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SIGNS OF THE TIMES. To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 January 1869

SIGNS OF THE "TIMES. To the Editor of TheI I-rald: SIR, .I must apologise for this leter, ?being aware it isahardly suitable for.the- cohmt bof;a newo paper, bt nade t e rev 4is :cr'eux tauces ?; which we are placed on this side of the globe, i ask you to insert it, as I-know of no other way to give publicity to a matter, which is worthy .the attebtion of our commnunity: Preachers and Preaching are sigus of'the,. times among us. Caitholics and" Protestant: eaichi in their' odm way profess "to foilow the. Ssteps of our Blessed Lord, yet how: lamentably wide is thh: guilf between' Him-- the Model Prea.cher, :and- those among as,.it will be my ob-. ject to slie . "ur Divine lMasterwho l'et is an eaimple; to follow liis ste'ps -ihere was BHe "ound ii i his rainist atioris ? * 'n Wais'itone week in ria -richfy'ctshioned PiL- pit ? ; . Was itonce a week on.- the steps of some grand and richlvy carpeted Altar : . . The Sacred Writings tell us our blessed. Lord was more than a Sbunday .Prea...

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ANSWER TO CHARADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 January 1869

AXeVEW TO CIERADE. • Minnie, John, and Charles--Your solutions of Ihe Enigmatical Christmas Dinrer, is not cor rect. The following by a Lady Contributor is the best we have received yet. Will some of our young readers try to make oit the rest of the article. Soups-Vermicel!i, hMull iga tawony , Fish--Cod and Oyster Sauce. Fried Siles. Entremets -Apple tart, Bliiinidange; -Jelly, Trifle, Mince Pie. A plum pudding.-;, . Sweet bread, Chops, anidToimatoc Sauce. Roast turkey and sausages Vegitables-Brussel Pprou.t, potitoes an'd cauliflower; . ; ': Wines' Te Champagnts,-Sparkling Hock, Ma.r After Pinner-Madeira, Porttr,;Burgnluy .

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THE MURRAY. To the Editor of The Herald. SIR,— [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 January 1869

: . THE MEIRAY. To the Editor of The Herald, SIR, ' - :-H rvesting has been going on most vigorous!-y the last ten days; and, at present, .1 hear no conm p!aiats about, the. yield I therefore sincerely trust so far as this district is concerned, it will ba: iiaverage one. The crops, at the Williams' I am'led to believe are remarkably good and free froem Rust. SWe wei'e visited. last 'Tnesday- with a heavy fall of rain, whichcleared the. atmosphere ; the heat for iome days. preirioisly having been vrry great. -The Road Committee have met once or twice, but as all the biisiness in conducted with closed doors, I am not able to report what is on the tapis, let vis hope it 'will be something good. We have obtained'a most needful chang3 in our church-one of the ladles. of the district haring undertaken to preside at thie harmonium, no doubt in a short time both singing and mu sic will work -harmonionsly together-let .s hope so. Captain Fawcett. Ao you will have observed bytlhe Government-...

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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 January 1869

Ti the Edlitor of the Heral!. SIR 'Inthik it h'bec~nies a duty of every pers o to give hii s opi nion as. well as iwhat' information he cah.respecting the rust in the wheat crops. I beg to give.you an account how -the rust at tacked ruy wheat although it has' not done any constderable damage. About six weeks ago, we had some very hot days which suddenly changed to an overcast atmosphere, terminating in 'a' slight. shower of rain, after which a few plants of wheat were noticed by a friend, in my wheat crops supposed to be attacked with rust, I went through the field and observed it in a patch of about two yards square,.I found only the straw affected and let it stand, and I believe the wheat will come to perfection as it is a strong crop atid-was sown early. Latterly I have observed another patch of rust on a later sowing of wheat in the, same field which I believe is utterly. destroyed, as it appears the same as a blightedl crop-My opinion *is that early sdw ing will be a great prev...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 January 1869

HOLLowArY's PILLs.-Desirable possession. Without heplth no amount of wealth, no means of pleasure, are of the slightest value. It is inconceivable how small a disturbance of the animal functions begets wretchedness, and how readily it may be rectified by a few doses .of this purifying and regulating medicine. These world-renouned Pills have proved the. best friend to mankind in every grade, in every land, and under almost every circumstance. Holloway's Pills purify the blood, rectify diges tion, stimulate the liver and kidneys, and regu late the bowels. When fevers, influenza, and other ailments are epidemic, these Pills should be taken?by everyone, to keep the blood and system free fromn the seeds of the prevailing pestilence. NOTICE. .ENRY. T. OUGHDEN, Saddler, Hay Street, has great pleasure in thanking the public, especially the citi zens of Perth, for their kind support to him since commencing business, and trusts that he may continue to merit their patronage. .H. T. O. requests...

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