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IRWIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 January 1869

IRWIN. (From our own Correspondent.) Since my last little has occurred in this un eventful district. Red Rust talk is gradually dying away, but no doubt will still remain a black spot in the lives of the unfortunate far mers, who are turning over in their minds how they are to live til nest season, all hopes of even a small crop having died away, some more industrious than the rest, have started in search of gum and sandalwood, the latter of. which is already dropping in, in small quantities, it is said that there will be a plentiful crop of the former this season. The barley crop has disap pointed us, not turning 'out nearly so well as was expected, where other years it has yielded 30 and 35 bushels per acre, it has only given this season from 15 to 20, so the rust must affect it to a certain extent. We have had a visit from our old friend Mr. S. P. Phillips since my last. I mention this be cause his visits are so few and far between pity that a man with so large a stake in the dis...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 January 1869

T-. the Editor oftihe Herild. SIR, A coisiderabe aioiunt of trash and twaddle has of latet aippeared in- the :columns of your conteilpoibraries s on the subject of the removal of the two co(:pit lics, of the 14th, expressly sent as you'have :.rmril:ed uto protect us against an attack froinm outside. on the part of the Fenian Brotlierhood in America, nud. next against any outoreak froi wsiwithin- the. walls of the esta blishment. From :the first we -have escaped, against which .(by-the' by) the best protection. would ihrve been: a'mnan-of-war. The second has not been even thoulght of by the imprisoned Fenians. Acting under thicadvice of their spiritual direc tors, considering thd national temperament, they have patiently submitted to their punishment. I do not believe that there exists the most re mote feeling even amongst the most refractory of the bond class, that any attempt to take pos session.of the colony could succeed. Foremost to oppose any such movement would be a large majo...

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NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 January 1869

S:NEWCASTLE": .. :. (From-our own Correspond, nt.) An entertainiment, witlra view to, inaigurate the Temperance and Recreation Society,receiitly formed: in Neicastle, took p.lace on Tuesday,. the 29th December No room.in the town being sufficiently large for the proposed meeting, a booth had to be prep?ared near the Mechanics' Instioute.; and there at 5 o'clock in the evening. a company numbering 130, sat dowun at tables amply furnished with tea and, all the :'pleasant. accessaries. usual on these: occasions; such as patties, cakes and..tarts. Tle :.number present would have been much, Iarger. int the :dapy was hot, and 'the country -folk .bocing. busy .'ilthi harvesting did not make their appearance. After partaking of the good things 'of' the' table, so. many of the company as':could be admitted re- paired to the Court House, to listen to music and Readings. The'Chair was occupied by WV. J.-Clifton, Esq., who suffering from hoarseness, could not take a large- share in the. evening...

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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 January 1869

To the Editor of the Harld.i i SIR,-· I was very pleascd to fid froin your last Sumnmaiy (to .the "Commirciai ' portiaou of which, by-thie-byc, -I always look with" great in terest), th:it':your remarks of the previous month; relating to .the Merchants, of thlis Co lony employing Travellers, lihad takeii effcct; for having been "'on the road" in the old. coin-. try, it his been a:matter of surprise to'die. tllilt notwithstiniding the amount of business ,dol'e here by four or. five Coiumnercial Travellers firom the " other side," 'as evidenced by the greatly increased imports from, Melbourne and Adelaide, the Merchants here have not- long since employed some person in a- similar capa city ;and the. fact of somebody starling so soon after the publication of your remarks: show the correctness of your views' upon busine s maLt ters, for .I, of course coneiide . that ,nobody iiould have started in such a vocationi had he.. not 'received something like` support frimi two oi tliree of the ...

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CRICKET MATCH. GUILDFORD v. YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 January 1869

CRICKET..MA.TCI.. ,. -7GUILDFORDv. YORK. - -This match came0offi on" Monday, 28th inst., on a ground.prepared for the purpose, near Mr. Horton'sroadside inn, and ended contrrry to the opinion, of m:any of: the knowing ones," in -f;ivor of tlh Yoik. eleven,:by a score of runs, and iwould odouh:lit have beeni still'more ii their favor had?lie full .team b:een therie, brut from reasons of sonie sorit oi other; only seven of the ele?en ?ipl'yers is ci e to be found wheni tlie time for action came . ne or taio were .through un .expcted circumsta;i ces prevented from attending but there were. othlirs who might hav e found it •convenient to show themselves, and aid in re taining the honor of their Club, bu, t these were (it is generally thought) deterred from the fear that our side miight' possibly; lose;- and conise quently involve theim: in a rather awkward sciape, i.e. : the forking out: a little more of the. precious ore thai they are usually inclined to do ;-this may perhaps beetiking...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MEAT-PRESERVING. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 January 1869

: ; MEAT-RlESERVIlNG:.- .. ;Nbtifinig -new has:: trapspiiedwithin the last. ffduri.wcks with eref ince tio -tisi questioni,so .iipoirtiuitt. alike to this colony 'and -the Mlother Co uitry :: ':'lile elbourne- coimpany,-, satisfied witlituc energy ''of its n maiager, arid -content Witl thuesuccess whi lhasiuvariably attelided its: evyery experiment, goes -smoothly on! ;keep i.ig sets epooyesn fi irk for th supply of large orders alrcady ?ion harid andud others yet .expected.: Still-, it does not appear that we hate-reaclied' the acmei of perfection, for we .obierve i that tw: gentlemen from America 1avc:iapplied for patents " for improvements minpreservin meat and other- animal matters. Thev ar? nainied Cl?harle Edw16 ard .Richardson anid Geortge -'hatclhr 1Waiternan -;lnand. both hail from- the: city b' Bostn. Mr Chales, Mantodmn:of Mantia? Boroondara, etlemn, *alsobelieves thathe lias discovered an origi nal me;thod of accomplishing the desired'f-. andfso appliestfr a patent . for...

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SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 January 1869

SUPREME COURT-CRIMINAL SITTINGS. (BErFOeE HIS Htoli TIIE CTsIEF JUSJICE.) SWeditesday, Jantiry 6, 8609 'Ir: Leake the Crown Solicitor, conductaed the prose cution for the Crown. - - IF' Ifeudson--pleaded guilty to.a charge of Larceny of sundry tools the property of John Sauniders Johnson, of York, on the night of the 3rd November last. P: C. Eaton. deposed-I am a police constable at York,; on the night of the 3rd of November, I was, on duty near Johnson's premises, hearing his dog barking I hid myself near the bridge. I saw the prisoner Povah cross the road into Johnison's yard, I then concealed my self close to the house and remained there about 20 minutes, I saw Povah and another man, to tho.best of my belief it was the prisoner Ralph, come out of John son's yard, I cant swear positively as to italph, Povah had shoes on, the other man had none, I called to them -to stop, Povah did stop but the other maii went on quickly, I saw Povah carrying something which : turned out to be a ba...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 January 1869

The follo-iig :letter has b'een forwardod. t, tus for piublication. by tlhe Secretary of the :Vic~toria" Agriciultural and. District Society . WEISTERN AWSTSrRALI . : Co!elu Secretarys Oic,::: :.-' erth, th :Deembeenr1868 SIL,- In refereice to your tvwoletters of the 1ith and 27tli ultno, t?frwarding reports .of the pro cecdings of Specill :Meetiing of the Victoria Agricu!ltural and District 'Society, respecting the dest ruction of ilioewies t crops'intihe-Greei-: onuli Irwil') istrcts by ' Bed Rust.'' :.I `am in s"tracted by' Iis Excellency '.Tlhe Goi er?'ir to inform you that i the .Governmeht have under nxiouis coiisideratioii,. the,- probable results of the calamity wvhich has befallen those Districts with the :view of devising the most prudent measures :of: ameliorationi; whether )by public works or otherwise, so as to prevent stch of the su?fferers as tiy be reduced to a state of desti tution from being left without the -.neecessaries of life for themselves and their families....

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ADDRESS TO THE BISHOP OF PERTH BY THE CLERGY OF THE DIOCESE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 January 1869

ADDRESS I10 THE BISHI?P OF PERTH BY THE CLERG.Y OF THE DIOCESE. Tho following Address was' presonted to His Lordship at the first min eting Of the Clergy after his return : e . Perth, November 12, 1868. We, the undersigned Clergy, ,ninistering .iii your Lordship% diocese, desire to give: an early expression? to the, thankfulress and pleasure with which we iegard:your return. Your coun sel and sympathyw iv have greatly missed, anid the feelings with which your Lordship's family welcdme you back are, if--faintly, not untruly represented by our own. The absence of the Cnief Pastor from his dio cese is a question 'upon which the' ministers, in the Provideiice of God subordinate to him, have a right, we conceive, to express their free, but' respectful opiniodi; And in the exercise of that right,, the clergy of: this diocese respectfully stated to your Lordshipiprior toyour departure for Englahd, theirfull conviction of the wisdom of the step which you were about to take. We did riot then...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 January 1869

wotico to Consignees. of Goods per "S. rathmore." C? ONTSIGNEES of goods per f Strathi2qre are hereby n otified that all packages not . entered at the Custom Eouse within seven days. from this date,-will .be landed :ad bonded' at the. risk adnd e6i pense of said 0onsignees. They arie likewise notified that in case of orders given for delivery .to any- par ticular boat, should such boan-fiot be alongside ready to receive the packages as thoy turn up, they will be delieveied to any other Perth or Freimaidl.boat, ac cording fo their respective destination, that may be alongside at the time, and who may be. willing to receive them.: '- O.,AMANNING. .Fromantle,- th Janary, 1869 .. rig, "N- ILE"' for Adelaide. T O sail- about the 1 st Feb., L- For passage apply to T. & H. CARTER & CO. . Fremantle; Jan.: 7, 1869. For Adelaide, f fTrHE regular trader 1 ",4MILY SMITH" willsai- for the above Port (calling at the Sound if sufficient inducement pffers) about the 24th inet: For f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 January 1869

For London Direct. Jo Sail Positively the first weelp in January next. T HE I . 1. Barque-- . 354 tons, C. J. HarrisComrikiin der, had superior accomadation for cabin passengers. For freight or passage . Apply to W. PADBURY: & Co., .Perth,. Or T. & H. CARTER & Co., Fremantle. For oniidon Direct. II E fast-sailling Clipper "- Barque SEDMii ELLIOTT, Canimander? Has superior accommiodatioin for passen gers, and will poisitively sail th'e.first week in January. For freight or -passage apply to - J.G. c. CARR, Perth. For London. r ?HE well-known fast sailing 1?_ _-. A. 1. Clipp-gr Barque FITZR O Y, 573 tons,; JAIES' -AILLARD, Commander, will leave this"Pdrt for London about the first week in Januaryi iext. This vessel is noted for. her superior ac :omodation for passengers. For freight or passage Apply to C. A. MANNING, Fremantle; Or... G. SHENTON, Perth.. Fremantle, October 20, 1868. Sale of .. Valuable, Freehold Piroperty at the FreemaSons' Hotel, Perth,. MESSRS...

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Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 January 1869

ARRIVALS. January 2.- WIL WAVE, 28 tons, Cross mas ter, from Bunbury and Vasse.'. Passengers Mirs Humphrey,' ,nd 2 childien, Mrs.Burke'andd 2 children, Mrs. Kernan, Mrs. Sampson, Mr. Johnston and 3 prisoners. Cargo-11 bales wool, 330 bags potatoes, 19 kegs and jars of .butter and sundries. 5.--HAN?AH NIcuIOSON, from Melbourne. 6.--ST.RATH?oRE, barque, from London with Immigrants. Passengers-Dr. Thistletpn,- Sur geon Superintendent, Mr. E. Shenton, and Rev. Mr. Riley. Same da'y. -EnuM SMart, brig, from A;ed Iaide;vid King George's Sound. . DEPARTURES.' Ja•n.. 1.-GIFT, 30 tons, O'Grady, "master for Champion Bajy. Cargo-39., boxes, 1 keg, 17 bundles, and 19 casesmnerchandize, (udner bond) 50 bundles leather, 6 wind6ir frames, 15 bars iron,'707 feet mahogany, 90 bags potatoes, 100 bagssugar, 242 'and --chests tea,.3.tons pota toes, 10.:bagas jour, 53 bags potatoes, 39 boxes soap;.? and 60 cases . and packages of nierchan dize. ? SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1869.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 January 1869

W cNT of space, and the pressure of other important lmatters, especially the review, of the Torreii's Act has prevented : us from referring 'to the leading article in the I~quirer ' ,'om mercial NeTws8 of the 23th December. Giving the. Ianquirer credit latterly. for advocating the outlay of public money and that borrowed; as it only can to any extent upon the guarantee of the tax payers thlirough their representatives, we confess that we were not prepared for a sudden -change of opinion. upon the utility, and' sneer at the construction 6f reproductivo:: public works, - italicized to make bflhtliQe more emphatic. The Editor opens the article in ques tion by "?iiging before his readers the circular iued ..by the commiissioner of public workil in Tasmania, stating con cisely the method, and terms. upon which Crown lands' mmy be purchased in that colony, and :the "very" liberal induce- ments" held :out to immigration,-preli-. minary to the appointment of a colonial agent in the mother c...

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FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 January 1869

FAREWELL. Farewell I a long, a last farewell I We must not meet again; For the renewal of the past Would only bring me pain. I love thee dearly, it is true No wrong the thought conveyed ; And when you urged me to.confess The secret I betrayed: But oh, my heart can not forget The bitter, bitter past : E'en now, at thoughts of by-gone days, My tears are falling fast. Perhaps you thought the chain of love Which bound my heart to thee, By neither slight nor cold neglect Could ever broken be. Mistaken thought i 'Twas not thy form Nor seeming gallantry. Which cast around my soul the spell That bound my heart to thee. Ah'! so methought that truthfulness And manly honesty, 'With true nobility of soul, Were all combined in thee. This-this alone, and not thy form, Attractive though it be, Did cast around my soul the spell That bound my heart to thee. 'Sue not for pardon,'tis too late Your pleading's all in vain ; Though the heart you've scorned may love [thee still It cannot trust again.

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THORNTON ARDEN'S MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 January 1869

THORNTON ARDEN'S MISTAKE. " What a splendid girl!" The young man was gazing admiringly on a lovely girl who was floating grace fully through the dizzy mazes of the dance. She was indeed, a beautiful girl; with her soft hazel eyes, that looked like the windows of heaven, and golden hair, on which the soft mellow light from the chandeliers fell with.a peculiar radiance. Her face was wreathed in smiles, which looked like sunbeams nestling amid roses. Of all the gay throng, Lillian Montfort was surely the most beautiful. And Thornton Arden thought so, as he stood there, half hidden by the heavy damask ourtaine which draped the win dow. He had only been acquainted with her two weeks; but those two weeks had been a sufficient length of time for him to fall desperately in love with her. Thorn ton Arden had met with the lovely women of Europe;-the warm-hearted daughters of sunny Italy, the .butterflies of fashion which fluttered amid the gay Parisian circles-but he thought that he had never...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 January 1869

HOLLOWAY'S PriLL.-Desirable Possession. Without health no amount of wealth, no means of pleasure, are of the slightest value. It is in conceivable how small a disturbance of the ani mal. functions begets wretchedness, and how readily it may be rectified by a few doses of hi.» lyvin ( lnd repulating medicine, These friend to mankind in every grade, in every land, and under almost every circumstance. Hollo way's Pills purify the blood, rectify digvstion, stimulate the liver and kidneys, and regulate the bowels. When fevers, inluenza, and other ailments are epidemic, these Pills should be taken by everyone, to keepthe blood and system free from the seeds of prevailing pestilence. P~? CQNNOLLY, Liver 0 * pool Arms Guild ford, is prepared to purchase from one to one hundred tons of marketable Sandal wood at six pounds (£6) per ton cash on delivery in Guildford. Guildford, Dec..24, 1868. Northam Mechanics' Institute. PBESIDENT-REY. S. BROWN. THE Committee of the above Institute L has the ...

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RECIPROCAL TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 January 1869

RECIPROCAL TERMS. "*To GRocERs.-Required, immediately, in a lady's school, north of London, a pupil, on reci prdcal'terms.-G. S., etc."- Times. How sweet to rear the tender thought, And mould the plastic mind ; And when the grocer's child you've taught, To take it out in kind. How nice to teach the youthful feet, To slide and glide and hop ; And thus the dance's motions sweet, For bottled capers swop, Dead languages for tongues well-cured, . Full well exchanged might be; And tea by French would be insured, For Cham-baud real Bo-hea. Eor Euclid's Ele-ments so dry, You'll figs as pay regard; For dates yoi'll teach her history, And Grecian lore for lard,

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 January 1869

nas far -as the postmaster is concerned- thecontentsof all letters, and the reception, and transmission of them shall only be known to those from whom they are recei veod, or for whom they are intended. It is a. common practice to make the rost office a rendezvous for the curious and the idle, to discuss the probable con tenta'of the letters, not unfrequently to inake shrewd guesses at their contents, and when possessed of what they 'believe their .to be, or sometimes they do not believe, to ventilate their version of the contents throughout the whole neighbor hood. The office should be closed to all such persons as have no special business to transact with the postmaster, and then Solely on what is connected with his dhUties as postmaster. It should espe cially be closed against the visits of icvials. However desirable that the ends of justice should not be defeated, it lhas 'been decided, as in. the case of Mazzini and Sir James Graham and the post office authorities in England, t...

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CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 January 1869

CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD S :+, CUTTER. S. . .. ..ECHOES . . I've been' hidia'i*mryself lately--hot froin the police, nor yet- from creditors- but from people a precious more tor meitin' and annoyin' than either-but from the worst enemies a man has-his FRIENIDS-A feller calls himself your friend as a excuse for sayin' things to you that he dare n't do any other way "Lot me speak to you as a Friend," says some thick headed coarse brutal beast of a feller, and he takes you by the button of your coat, and splutters out some piece of insolence as only for that word "Friend" you'd a sent back into his mouth with your fist. Friend !-blow'd if my bristles don't get up, and I clinches my fist the mo ment I hears any usin' the word to me In nine cases out of ten, when a man comes the "Friend" to you, you mnay put it down as ;he intends abusin' you or borrowin' from you or. robbin' you. There's no class of persons you want to be more watchful of tbha friends " Could you lend me five pounds ?" sa...

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REVIEW. W. A. Church of England Magazins FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 January 1869

IV. A. Churc{ of England .Iagazine FOR -JA?uARY. This month's number does not contain much of particular 1oc0l interest. The only two subjects that'appear to require any notice, are the School Examinations and the first of a.prnmised series of articles. on "The Responsibilit3 of Christian Govern ments in Relation to the- Religious In •struction of the People." Indeed these are the only original matter the magazine contains. The subject of Goverpment Education is one we think that deserves much more attention from the public than it at pre sent receives. The cost to the colonial Revenue for National Schools is very large-and yet in the expenditure of no other item of publiemoney is there mani fested more indifference. .iNew schools are opened, masters' sala ries augmented, and no enquiry is ever -riade as to the needofthe oneor the effii ency of the other. We are not saying the money is at preseut misaplpropriated or carelessly spent. "W e believe the present Board, are conscientious...

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