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SCRAPS. SUMMER FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 6 February 1869

SCRAPS. SUMMER FLOWERS. Pretty flowers-summer flowers Blossoms fit for fairy bowers 1 Buttercups and daisies gay, Well ye suit a summer's day. Meadow flowers, of many a hue, When bedecked with morning dew, Fragrant odours float on high, Which ascend to heaven's bright sky. Bright blue-bells, and daises white Blossoms cheering to the sight I Voilets of a charming blue Faithful lovers' chosen hue. Eglantine, and bright wild rose, Which along the roadside grows, Cheering weary trav'llers' eyes, While their perfume upward rise. Whitethorn blossoms, bright and gay (Some there are who call them May- When their pearl-like buds appear, Then we know that summer'g near, WHY are all games of chess of equal dura tion ?- Because it always takes four knighta to play a game. WHY is an evening party like Timbuctoo? Becanse it' ought to begin with a capital T-ea WI?Y is a child who gets stout as he gets taller like a newspaper reporter?- Because he picks up in-formation. WHY does a person who dislik...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. ADOCLPHE DE CREVECŒUR A TALE OF THE CRUSADES CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 6 February 1869

THE STORY-TELLER. ADOLPIIE DE OREVEC(EUR A 'A E. OE THIE ORUSADES - BY ERYOLI. CHAPTER VII, " Farewell conflicting hopes and feirs . 'Where lights, and shades alternate dwell; How bright the unchanging morn appears.! Farewell, inconstant world, farewell !" MRS. BARBAULD. The fall of the Black Horseman cre ated a wild panic amidst the Moslems, His charger flying loose and riderless with dangling rein, gory chest and bloody saddle over the field rapidly communi cated his fate to all his adherents and followers, and from the moment of his capture, the Saracens began to give way, and evidently lose much of that fiery valour which had so greatly distinguished their onset and their charge. But around us the billows of battle raged more fiercely than ever. Super human attempts were made, and most gallantly too; for the rescue of our cap tive, and it required our utmost bravery, our most determined efforts, to repel their furious onslaught and to protect those who lay within our centre, fro...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUPPLEMENT TO THE 'HERALD,' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1869. CONTINUED FROM THE 'HERALD' OF FEBRUARY 6th. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 6 February 1869

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1869. CONTINUED FROM THE ' HERALD' OF FEBRýWARY6th. On Thursday evening there was a pri Vate dinner party at Government House, but we are unable to give any particu lars. On FRIDAY, the Prince rose early, and accompanied byCapt. Saunders and Dr. Jobson of the 14th Regt., went out shooting on the river. HEia Royal Highness managed to "~iihat at a shag, which he knocked over. The river at no time presents any great attractions to a sportsman, and at this time of the year less than any other. A little before noon the Chairman of the City Council, J. G. C. Carr Esq., and the o?l?owing gentlemen : The Hon. J. G. C.Carr, M.L.C., C. C. Councl, A,.. illman Esqr., Sheriff, Archdeacon Brown, The Revd. Martin Griver, The.Revd. Mr. Lowe, The Revd. Mr. Medowcroft. Dri. Feigusson, Dr. Hrsa, E. W. Landor, Esqr., J.P. L. S. Leake. Esqr., J.P. G. W: Leake, Crown' Solicitor. W. Knight, Esqr., P.P. F.*Lochee, Esqr.. J.P. JF F.~Law, Esqr. Mr. .Birch, Mr. A: H. Stone, Mr.. G, Glyde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 6 February 1869

THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. Subscribed Capital, £1,887,020. PAID-UP CAPITAL AND ACCUMULATED FUNDs, £1,311,905, Of which £270,000 are invested in Victoria and Neow South Wales. Perth Agency, Western Australia. No reference to England required. LOSSES PAID IN MELBOURNE. S .Diretors 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 Hon, 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. £200,000. Invested Funds £3,050,000. Funds invested in Australia £300,000: FIRE DEPARTMENT. This company issues policies on property 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 s...

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ARRIVAL OF H. R. H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 6 February 1869

ARRIVAL OF H. RR, H. THE DUKE OF EDIN BURG(H. About this time last year, the colonists of Western Australia were much morti fled. Having made universal public and private expensive arrangements for the reception of H.R.H. tlihe Duke of Edin burgh, we had every right to expect a visit-we were informed by the Imperial Secretary of State for the Coloniesthat he would visit us, and it was only owing to the geographical ignorance of the Ad miralty officials and the stringency of his instructions that he passed us by on his way to the more favored colony of South Australia. The first intimation of this was con veyed to us by the South Australian Press in no very complimentary terms. It is scarcely possible to expiess the va ried feelings caused by this untoward termination to our hopes, but to do the colonists justice they exonerated the Royal Duke from all knowledge of or complicity iin the slight--and, were loud and earnest in their expressions of. abhor ence at the murderous attempt up...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 6 February 1869

To theEditor of the Herald: SIR, My attention :has been directed to a para graph in the last issue of the Inquirer headed " Gold Search," announcing to the public " Mr. Capal" (I presume " Capewell") " of Fremantle, produces a splendid quartz specimen found be tween Pinjarrah and the Murray containing a peice of Gold of considerable size." This re port will doubtless prove highly interesting to the more credulous of the readers of the In quirer. Men of the world however will I think be 'extremely' sceptical of believing that the specimens in question was ever discovered "be tween Pinjarrah and the Murray,"' or indeed in this Colony at all, and I for.one,.fully concur in the justice of such a conclusion, more especially as from an inspection of.a small peice of the so-called "Pinjarrah and Mutrray Qiuartz." .1 beleive it to be identIcal with a portion of a larger piece exhibited in a house in 'Fremantle; more than two years ago as coming 'from the " Victoria Diggings".) "' No one can...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 6 February 1869

To the Editor of The Herald, SIR, I am from circumstances, over which I had no control much better versed in the law than the Prophets. I have carefully read a letter in your columns signed .IE, and from my own experiences in the colony can endorse the truthfulness of all that the writer lhas advanced, though I certainly cannot lay claim to the same opportunities that the writer had of detailing the strange pursuits of the ministers of religion in this colony. A reply has appeared to this letter in the columns of a contemporary journal of the 22nd January, professing in a light and banteringtone to defend not only the frivolous pursuits of certain minis ters, but to institute comparisons between them and their Divine Master, very disparaging to his ministry while on earth. I have no doubt that in due time .7E will 'f fectively reply to the unsound reasoning of Polybins-for myself I take up the ground based on what knowledge I have acquired of the law of the land upon the quesIion of...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 6 February 1869

To the Editor of the Herald. SIR, Sometimes you favor your readers with ' Echoes from the City," and believing you ever possess an amiable desire for their ed ifica tion, I venture to beg you will be so good as to inform me whether your editorial ears have yet tingled to the sounds proceeding from a Meeting house in the City, produced by the voices raised in the act of adopting the address of the good citizens of Perth to the approaching Duke of Edinburgh which has been cooked, bears the autograph of the cook, for the citizens, and is ready to be dished up when the time for discus sing it arrives. In my ignorance I seem to have discovered a phenomenon in the intellectual world, effect without relationship to cause, a speech without a speaker. If there were no such meeting then pardon my grave offence of coming to you for an ECHO. Perth, .1st February, 1869.

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OUR NATIVES. To the Editor of the Herald, [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 6 February 1869

OUR NATIVES. To the Editor of the Herald, SIR, These people appear to be remembered by the Chrislian community by fits and starts. A foggy word appears at intervals respecting them, emanating generally from some of the ARISTOCRACY of the colony. My reason for writing to you about them, is because certain indolent persons say, that they are such a depraved race of people that no good can be done with them. This is really an untruth uttered simply to avoid any trouble in Christianizing them. To prove that this is so, we have only to look at the short time in which they have learnt all the vices of the most degraded of our Europecn population. How have they learnt the vices ? By mixing with this same depraved class of nominal Christians morning, day, and night. And why is it they have learnt no Christian virtues ? Because the persodi who openly profess these virtues, will niot mix with the native people, for a good, as the :vicious class of the community mix with them for an evil purpo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHIIP'S OPINION ON THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 6 February 1869

CIIIP'S OPINION: ON TlHE PRINCE.. I was just sittin' under a tree on the Perth Road and: quietly smokin' a pipe of Solomon and Neph.e w' cut Ariowmatic, and siipping a cup of Carter &Cos. cannister coffee, and thinki' what's. the next thin' I can send to them " rael boys'" of the .erald, when I hears a-horse comin' along the: road as i1ho', he was ridden by a g~ntlemain whose face aint ever painted white. : I was that startled as I swallered a -:reglar mouthfull of smoke as nearly smothered ime ai:d made me wish them Solomons'd "nave a little more wisdom anid sell tobacco not quite so strong. I jest mananago(to get to the road side as.a pleeemrnn on a grey horse comes tearin"- up. " Hullo". _I sings out " Prince" Galahdea" ' and he was. out of sight. Here's a row thinks I ! O wont there be a hexplosion ! Nobody ready, every thin' in a muddle, just like Swan Ri'ver. It wasn't long. before- I. saw people a gallipin' and runnin' about. in all direc tions, and I been ieadin' abo...

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SHUT THE "SHOPS" EARLY. To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 6 February 1869

SHUT THE " SHOPS" EAIRLY. To the Editor of The Herald. SITR, There is positive cruelty practised in the shops of Fremantle, by the owners, to those persons who serve behind the counters. * If you pass through the streets at 10 o'clock at night you will find the stores open. If you pass through the streets at a little after six in the morning they are also open. I will not complain of any shop, being open early, but every just person, should complain of any shop being open after 6 o'clock at night. Day laborers whose occupations are condu cive to health, from their breathing much fresh air while working on roads, these people never work after 6 o'clock in the evening. If there fore it is unjust (and it would be) to keep day laborers at work after these hours I have named; how much more unjust it must be, for an employer to detain any boy, man or woman behind a counter to breathe in;pure air for 17 or 18 hours a day all the year round. There is no calling more calculated to cause loss...

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CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. GOLD DIGGIN'. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 6 February 1869

CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD.. CUTTiR. GOLD IDLGGI.W;. " Aint you heard the news sld feller.?'' says firmer Lazysides to.. me, jist as I was in the. middle of writiin, somethin" about them Amatoor Actors as.I went to see in Fremantle, and about some of the persons as I saw, therie;' a-giglin? and shakin' their sides laughin', as had more: cause to be sobbin' and si'in':; and some as looked as miserable as body snatchers, as had no cause but to be:as cheerful as crickets. But aint that just it.? There goes Tom Lushwell as is over .head and ears in debt, and nearly starves his wife and family, and yet when you meets him in the street, blow'd. if he aint always larfin', and gives you a poke in the ribs and says "how are you ?"'whiie there's Georgy Glum as has a billot under Go ver'ment, nothin' to .do, .and . ;£100 a year, and allow· . himself meat every Sunday,..and a puddin'. every month, ksjust as the 'e:h'vasalwa3y eCxpectin? I :dont mean to say as.I'm as good. a judge of theatre work as...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 6 February 1869

To the Editor of the Herald. SIR, Would you oblige by giving insertion to my denial to a statement made by one of the Perth papers in reference to the state of the schooner 'Mary Ann," now it states positively that her gear was known to be bad, and in fair play I am also allowed to give a fair, statement of how she did leave. In the first place she had-a new second chain purchased, fit to hold any brig in the Port, and an anchor nearly new to go with it-she had all her running gear in new rope, to her sails I replaced every bit of bad canvass be fore I left Tien Tsin and came to Champion Bay, under very heavy weather, in eight days, with only the sewing gone a little in the main sail, in addition she had canvass, (some of the best I have seen), from Samson & Son, and rope from Mr. G. Shenton, as a sea stock should it be required so the old story will apply again. One story is very good until another is told. . I am, Sir, Yours most obediently, D. CHAPMAN.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 6 February 1869

THE 'HERALD' IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TIE TERMS OF SUBSORIPTION ARE - Thwo' the Post 25s. per annum: Pd.inadvjnce -- SINGLE NUMBERS 6D. EACH. ADVERTISEMENTS. fiirst 8 lines, 3s. 6d., every additional line 3d. hialf-price for each subsequent insertion. Ad vertisements for a quarter, or any longer period b special agreement. AGENTS. PERTH-MR. F. F. ARMSTRONG. NEWCASTLE-MR. J. A. WROTH. NORTHAM,-MlR. THROSSELL. BUNBUIRY-MR. G. R. TEEDE. BUSSELTON-M. J. W. HUMPIIHRY. CHAMPION BAY-M-lR. I. WALKER, MELnOURNE-MESSRS. GORDEN & GOTCH Job Printing of all descriptions in the best styles For Adelaide, T HE regular trader "EMILY SMfITH" will sail for the above Port (calling at the Sound if sufficient inducement offers) about the 24th inst. For freight or pas sage apply to T. & H. CARTER & CO.. Fremantle, Jan. 9, 1869. :Notice to Squatters, Farmers, and the Public. ALEXANBER I]UIIlNG & ,, STOCK, STATION, AND PRODUCE ABENTS, AND BENERAL C01 MISSION lERCIINTS, U ...

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Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 6 February 1869

&i4Uting f Cport ARRIVALS. Jan. 29.- RosE, 94 tons, J; M. Ferguson. master, from Bunbury" Passengers- Mrs. McCourt, Miss Gillman, Miss Spencer, Miss Rose, fand Laurence Fay. Cargo-70 tons sandalwood, 41 loads timber, 11 bags wool, and 137 bags potatoes. Feb. 1.--KESTREL, 170 tons, Capt. Long muir,.from the Mauritius.. Passenger-Master Longmiuir. Same day.--WATEU LILY, 28 tons, Adams master, from-- Bunbury. Passenger- Mrs; Ihayes and 3 children and two-others. Cargo 5 tons and 56 bags potatoes, 3 bales leather, 4 tons and 31 bags onions, 10 loads tiunbcr,.and 1 keg butter, Same day.- Zana., 20 tons Clark, Master from the Vasse in ballast. Feb. 2.-LAUGHING WAVE, 161, tons, Shaw, master, from Va-g e. Passengers-Mrs. Leat and child; I Wa'Ters F. Bateman- J. Jlhon son, and S. Stofie. Crgo-131 loads timber. 713.-LES TROIs A3iIS, 54 tons. Green, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-Mrs. Rid.. ler, and Messers. Hamersly, H Gray, J. Carson, H. Stokes, and E. Burke. Cargo 14 bags pol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 6 February 1869

rig . NI EX' for Adelaide, rJ' saiat abot the 1st Feb., L~ For passage apply to T.-& H..CARTER & CO. Fremantle, Jan. 7, 1869. The Qelebrated Darcdanup Wines. SIESSRS, T. FAIIELLY & CO., IHAvE been instructed to offer for Sale by P ublic Auction, On WEDINESDAY, 10th February next, At the Waterside Stores of Mn. G. SfrENTOx, Perth, QEVEN Hogsheads of really superior k iWines, the produce of-tlie DAR DANITP VINEYARID. They comprise Three hogsheads of Frontigna c Three do. of Muscatel, and One .do. of Burgundy. The Auctioneer can conifidently recom mend these wines t) the atte?tion of con -noissours, as being of fine quality, and superior to any colonial wines yet offered .for public competition. Perth Jan. 28, 1869. Freehold for Sale, AT PICTON NIBR BUNhURY. C OMPRISING 10 Acres of Land, on the Banks of the Preston River, near the Ford Bridge, eight acres of which are good wheat laud, and a quarter of an acre planted with vines and fruit trees; together wvith a ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 6 February 1869

FRANCISCO. - On the 5th inst., ALEX: GEORGE CHARLES, infant son of MR. A. FRAN- CISCO Junr., of Fremantle, aged 1 year and 13 days. MANNING.-at Fremantle on the 1st Inst., CHARLES ALEXANDER ?MANNING EsQ., Consular Agent for France ; aged 62. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1869.

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THE HERALD, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 13, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 February 1869

THE I ERALD, SATURDAY...................................... E BRUAR Y 1 3 , 1 8 6 9. prosnerity of this neglected and abused coilonv, 1n0( that II. 1,. Highness would report favorably to his Illustrious Mother of the reception 1h3 had met with, on his rt:urn to his ntnive. shores. He regretted the siscumstanoc of their b.uiag no Governor, as of course Goverrunent House was not in as fit a state to receive and entertain him as it would have becn hnd Governor been residing in it. but he hoped that what was short would be made up by a hearty and cordial wel eome. His IRoyal Highness brieay returned thanks, expressivo of the great satisfac tion he felt at his visit, and the cordial manner in which the toast had been re ceived, and his delight at finding the colony so uchl more advanced than he had any reason to expect. Mr. Samson in a very humorous speeeh, which caused considerable mer riment gave the Health of the Act ing Governor Colonel Bruce, espe cially regrotting the absense of Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 February 1869

Notice to Squatters, Farmers, and the Public. ALEXAWNDER UIllNG & 0CO,, STOCK, STATION, AND PRODUCE AgENTS, AND UENERAL COlIlllSSION BIERCHI NTS, UNDERTAKE the sale of Landed Properties, Stations, Stock, Wool, Farmers' Produce, and Merchandize of every description, either privately or by Public Auction. They purpose holding a MIONTHLY PUBLIC SALE to take place the SEICOND WEDNESDAY in every month. Parties wishing to dispose of Cattle, Furniture, Merehandize, or property of any description, are requested to give early notice of their intention, -in order that due publicity may be given. They are also prepared to make liberal CASH ADVANCES on Wool, Hides, Gum, Timber, and other produce, for sale in London, India, China, and the neighbouring Colonies. Auction Notice. BD.RANCISCO Bwill hold . o a Public Sale on the 2nd. of every month, excepting wheTn that date falls upon a Sunday, when the Sale will take place either on Satmrday or Monday, due notice of which will be given. gDA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 February 1869

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.- Nothing better.- These invaluable Pills exert a greater and more beneficial influence over nervous disorders than any other medicine. Their mode of action is thoroughly consonant with reason-they conm pletely purify the blood, relieve both hea.d and stomach of all faulty functions, and expel all oppressive accumulations from the bowels. With the blood purified, and all poisons purged from the system regularity must prevail throughout the body. Aches and pains must cease; health ful energy must supplant weariness, and the shaky nerves must regain thier wholesome tone. A course of these Pills eradicates low spirits, nervous excitability, hysterics,neuralgic'twitclhes and other derangements dep n'ett on nervous maladies, which every considerate person may thus cert-Linly and safely remove. THE LVERPOOL AND LONTDON A?ND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. Subscribed Capital, £1,887,020. Pa.&I-P CAPITAL AND ACCUMULATED FuNDs, £1,311,905, Of teick £270,000 are invested in ...

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