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THE STORY-TELLER. ADOLPHE DE CREVECŒUR A TALE OF THE CRUSADES BY ERVOLI. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 February 1869

THIE STORY-TELLER. ADOLPHE DE OREVEC(EUR A TALE OF THE CRUSADES BY ERVOLI. CHAPTER VII. "Love is stronger than death" " Many waters cannot quench love, neither can the floods drown it: if a man would give all the substance of his house for love, it would utterly be contemned." SoLOMON'S SoNo. Unwillingly I turn to Crevec3ur. He had been conveyed to a tent some what remote from ours. Two days after the entombment of Ad6i1 de Aspra mont6 he was brought to our pavilion. Strictly guarded, night and day, by the vigilant Saxons, he made no effort to escape, and hitherto had never spoken a word. A mediciner had been in constant attendance on him, but all his craft, failed to rouse him from a dull, death like stupor into which he had fallen, ever sincethe blow fromthehand ofBrissac. His wounds were severe, but not mortal, and his malady was evidently more mental than physical, more on the mind, than of the body. Accompanied by Redglaive (for neither St. Croix nor Boscari, would go near him)...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FIRE DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 February 1869

FIRE DEPARTMENT. This company issues policies on property and goods, subject to thile 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 arrangement. 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 Maycck, Esq., A. HI. tone, Es: LIFE DEPARITMENT. 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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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ADVICE GRATIS! Holloway's Pills. TO PURIFY THE BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 13 February 1869

ADVICE GRATIS I Holloway's Pills. TO PURIFY THE BLOOD. These Pills have been placed by-the common consent of mankind at the head of all remedies for removing obnoxious poisons from the blood, and cleansing all the tissues of the body. They have saved thousands year after year from falling a sacrifice to the effects of dyspepsia, dysentery, diarrhoea, constipation, liver com piaints, &c., a fact attested by myrmads of witues ses. Excessive weakness and debility, the warn ings of decreasing organic energy and vital decay, are restored and reanimated with a vigour an 4 healthful action in every organ throughout the system, by the restorative and exhilratumg in iluence of this medicine. FEMALE COMPLAINTS, All disorder of the sex, and diseases in erere crisis penilous to the life and hemth of womans youthful or aged, married or single, may by radically and quickly cured without risk or trouble by a few doses of these Pilss, taken ac cording to the printed directions. INDIGESTION ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 February 1869

SUILDFRD HOTEL. W H. POSTEIR begs to inform his , Customers and the Public Generally t~hat from MONDAY NEXT 8rT FEB~lAY, the Guildford Hotel will, be conducted by Mu. M. MEAGHEnR; and W. H, F. takes this opportunity of thank ing his friends for their patronage, and begs to recommend his successor as one who will look to the comforts of those who visit his Hotel. Guildford Hotel, 4th Feb., 1869. 20. E. NOTICE. C. EICHBERG begs to inform , the Public that his connec-. tion with the firm of " O. REICrI?3ERG & Co." as Fish Preservers, &c., will in no way interfere with his profession as Den tist, or trade as a jeweller, and that he is still prepared to execute all orders, &c., as before. 20. F. The Southern Insurance Com pany, Limited. Registered Capital One .Illion. Paid-up Capital : Ninety-two lThousand .Five Hlcundred Pounds. RESERVE FUND: £35,000. READ OFFIGE: LIELBOUPRNE. Directors. Tux Hol. 8. G. HENTY, Chairman. FnsNoIs JoHN BLIGII, FCie-C' Jairman. JAMEs ...

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SCRAPS. SOFT AND LOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 February 1869

SCRAPS. SOFT AND LOW. Soft and low angels keep Watch o'er those who silent sleep; Soft and silent whisperings come " Pilgrim, hasten to thy home." Foft and low roses bloom, Shedding fragrance o'er the tomb; Kiss the violets; pass away; Short-lived beauties of a day. Soft and low willows wave. O'er the little new-made grave; Bending low, thier branches weep Where we laid the flower to sleep. Soft and low, as of old, Angels tune their harps of gold; Angel fingers sweep the strings, Echo of the angels' wings! Soft and low music floats Over Alpine hills sweet notes; Labour ended sins confessed' Weary shepherds, go to rest. Soft and low years go by, Pointing to a home on high; Soft and silent, leave their trace On each tender, youthful face. Soft and low death appears, End of all our griefs and fears; In the valley, lo ! a voice, " I am with thee; saint, rejoice. HOLLOwAy'S OIINTMIENT AiD PILLS.-These admirable medicaments are adapted to the wants of all ages, ranks, sud classes of the c...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 February 1869

MAIL _OTICE. Mails for transmission by Contract Packet vid King George's Sound will close at the General Post Office, as under : For Europe, India, Cape of Good Hope, &c. on Wednesday the 3rd March, at 4 o'clock p.m. For the Australian Colonies, New Zealand, T'asmania, on Saturday the 6th March, at 6 o'clock p.m. MIoney Orders for transmission by the above conveyance will be issued on the Anstralian Colonies, New Zealand, and Tasmania, up to 11 a.m. on Friday 5th March, and on the United Kingdom, up to 11 a.m. on Monday Ist March. Letters for Registration must be posted one hour before the closing of the Mail. Late Lettesr, on payment of a fee of 6d. mnoy be posted for London &c., up to 5 o'clock p.m., for the Colonies up to 6 30 p.m" A. HELMICH, Postmaster-General, General Post Office, Perth, Feb. 16, 1869.

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ECHOES FROM THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 February 1869

ECHOES FROM( THE CITY. The citizens were much amused at ' Chips's,' happy account of His Royal Highness Prince Alfred's visit to the Swan. His Excellency, the Acting Governor, (so Echo says),in some degree dissents from the general statements nmade by your funny correspondent-and his "family," unhesitatingly assert that Mr. Chips was not a confidential friend of the Prince. The citizens or rather the tradesmen were very indigh:inut at not having an opportunity of seeingthe Prince. It was very inpertinenton 't~heir part, so the aristocrats, say, to expect so much consideration from the Prince's Host Who is or was the entertainer of the Prince many nsk.? The reply is-the Acting Governor of course. 4And lwho is the Acting Govrenor ? Let Echo answer who I ! The citizens ask-and who are the Aristo crats ? Echo answers-the paid servmants of the puklic I Long inay they enjoy their notorn ety I The citizens, as you are aware, were foolish enough to hold a meetirig for the purpose of iq duci...

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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 February 1869

otirce to orrespont entts. A sommunication respecting the award for Wines at. the Horticultural Shew, several letters, and items of Local Intelligence, we are compelled to omit this week. Efwe ~eralb. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1869. Ih our last issue in obedience to the wishes of esteemed subscribers, we felt it our duty to contradict a statement of a contemporary to the effect " that the re ceipts from public works in the colony of Victoria, did not cover more than half the interest payable on the Capital bor rowed to complete them." From the statement made to the Legis lative Assembly of that colony by Mr. McCullogh the financial Minister, we were in a condition to show, that at the time of making up the last public ac counts, the receipts from public works over, expenditure were sufficient to pay 4} per cent. interest on the Capital ex pended. That Capital had been guaranteed by the Victorian Legislature from time to time at 6 per cent.--the difference between 44 received from retur...

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SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 February 1869

SHIPPING The Tartar and Robert Morrison are la!d on for thisl Colony from London. The Jcannie Oswald, Sarah, MarU Ann, Clarence Packet and Erva Joshua are adver tised from Melbourn for Swan River-and from Adolaide. The Freebridge

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REVIEW. W.A. Church of England Magasine FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 February 1869

IEVIEW. IV. A. CAhsurch of England .fagazine rox FEBnRUARY. The number for the present month is con siderably above the average of the last few issues mingeneral interest. The origihal con tributions are far moie numerous than Usual and touch on subjects engaging the present at, tention of the public. The want of a first class Protestant school for young ladies was long felt in the colony. For many years the only schools to wvhich young ladies could be sent with a chance of obtaining a decent education were the Conven tual Schools of the Sisters of Mercy. It can not be denied that these devoted ladies have been of great service to the colonygenerally in this respect, and too mush praise cannot be ac corded them for the honest manner in which they discharged their duties. It is only just to these ladies to say that, we never heard any complaints made of their attempting to influ ence the religious feelings of the children committed to their care. Still it was felt by. protestant pare...

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THE STORY-TELLER, THE HIDDEN LOVES. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 February 1869

T'HE STORY-TELLER, iTHE HIDDEN LOVES. A d CHAPTER I. k day in the heart of summer ! o sky of that glorious hue That dazzles and nmelts like the ocean, In its fathomless, infinite blue. •The topmost leaves of thie nmaple Are stirred by a wondrous song, That swells and dies ; then, rising, Still clearer floats along. Oh i where have I heard that music ? Wlience thlat familiar tone ? The beauty that thrills it trembles SNot in the song alone. The reader paused so long, that I at last said: i' Well, Eugene, go on; it promises to be a pretty thing." " The young man raised his handsome face, and answered, softly: " I cannot go on when your eyes dive into my face as though they would seize the idea before I uttered it." " You read so well, and the poetry is go musical, jis the reason that I uncon. sciously looked at you,"I excplained, feeling a faint color iise to my face. "But I'll close my eyes, if that will res lieve you." " That would make me too unhappy," he said. "It is very difficul...

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THE ROYAL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 February 1869

THE ROYAL VISIT. They say of poets, they are born, not made, No long experience in the rhyming trade Will.make a laureat; that uuilcss the Nine, Or one at least of those old maids divine Attend your birth, you'll never rank a " bard." Now this arrangement Sir, is rather hard Upon a land like ours, where I ween The" poets born " are few and far between," And this I trow must be the sold excuse We have to urge, that no one on the-Muse Dd call to welcome our young " Sailor Prince." 'm not a poet " to the manneryborn," but since No other of the ' irritable tribe' Attempts the Royal Visit to describe, For very shame, I will myself aspire To tune the West Australian maiden lyre, And you, the Editor, will surely see A niche in ' poet's corner " kept for hme. Tell me then first, 0 1 thou inspired Muse Why did the Fates ordain that bmungling B-- Should have the honor ?-took it on himself ? To entertain in State (?) a Royal Guelph ? Who made him Nestor to our noble guest? - Why 0 Iye optimist...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 February 1869

ARRIVAL OF THE IMAILS. The incoming Mails bring us much that is interesting though little that is really important, in fact little more than the details of what was done, after the resignation of tile late, and the reinstal ment of Mr. Gladstone as future Pr6mier of England. The Ministry assumes a decided form, and the Cabinet is to consist of fifteen members, more for the purpse 'f taking into its composition the representatives of the different sections of the great liberal party than for the purposes of conveni ence. We shall not go through the long list of the subordinate appointments, but take, or rather give a slight sketch of the leading members and of their probable influence upon the course that the policy of the new Government will take. The Premier, Mr. Gladstone, has reite rated his pledges to do away with all that indicates the religious predominance of the minority as represented in Ireland by the Protestant Church Establishment, al though lie qualifies his former bold...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 February 1869

COMIi,IISSARIAT. TENDERS (in duplicate) will be re c eived at the Comiissariat 010co, Fremantle, till-? OON of SATURDAY, the 20th inst., for the supply of the fol lowing articles, viz.: Boilers Copper 30 Galls. No. 6 ( Barrel 4in. " 24 Bdlts Flat 4 '" f 24 S 3 "f 12 Borax Pounds 8 Charcoal Bushels 200 Dubbing Pounds 224 Iron Pig " 11200 Nails Bd.Floor OChl. Pts. in. " 560 .Lathe Mahogany No. 10000 Matches Boxes 72 -Black Pounds 112 SDriers Patent in Oil " 56 Paint Ochre YellowinOil " 112 SUmber in Oil '" 112 VenetianRed--dry " 112 Pullies Sash 1lin. Axle No. 72 Bcrews Plathead 2 " " 1728 Wire Iron Nos. 10to 16 -Pounds 112 Compasses Carpenters No. 34 Files Half-round 14in. " 36 " " '12in. " 36 GimbletsNail Assorted " 76 Handles Hammer Sledge " 200 Irons Caulking Smallsizo Sets 3 Jacks Lifting No. 1 Knives Drawing " 10 Rakes Iron Strong ":. 38 Spikes Marline ." . 12 Tomaha.wks lUnhelved ". 12 WVrenches Screw " 12 To be delivered into the Commissaia~t Magazines, within three days from ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 February 1869

T HE 'HERALD' 1S PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. THE TERMS OF SUSC0R;IPTION ARE : Thro' the Post 25s. per annum P.in dvnc, Town, Pd. in advance, Town, • J BINGLE NUMIBERS 6D. EACH. ADVERTISEMENTS. First 8 lines, 3s. 6d., every additional line 3d. Half-price for each subsequent insertion. Ad vertisements for a quarter, or any longer period by special agreement. AGENTS. PanTH--MIR. F. F. ARMSTRONG. NzEWCASTLZE--MR. J. A. WROTH. - NoaTaAa,--Mr. TIIROSSELL. BanU?Y---MR. G. R.TEEDE. - BUSSELTON--MR. J. W. HUMBPHRY. CHAMPIoN BAY--Man. I. WALKER, MELBOURNE--MESSss. GORDEN & GOTCH Job Printing of all desoriptions in the best styles Notice to Squatters, Farmers, and the Public. ALEXNDER CUlillING & CO,, STOCK, STATION, AND PRODUCE ADENTS, AND SENERAL CODIISSION i0 Rit \NTS, NDERTAKE the sale of Landed Properties, Stations, Stock, W.ool, Farmers' Produce, and Merchandize of every description, either privately or by Public Auction. They purpose holding a MONTHLY PUBLIC SALE to take p...

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Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 February 1869

. Tjippifng teport. ARRIVALS. Feb. 12.-Ship RACER, 742 tons, J. Beaton, master, from Melbourne. Passengers-Mr. Gouild. 13.-Brigantine Music, 444 tons, J. Klein, mas ter, from Melbourne. Passenger-J. Henty. 15.-CONSTANCE, 351 tons, J. Gibbon. master, from Adelaide, Passenger-G. Feast. 16. FLYING FOAst 33 Nashmaster, from Cham pion Bay. Passengers-Mr, K. Brown and family Miss Brown and servant, Mrs Spencer, and 2 children, J. Willams, J. Summers, J. Lee, J. Clegg, J. Corson, J. Cooper, J. Green, Constable Spencer. Cargo--lO10 bags barley and 2 carriages. Same day.-SwAN, 25 tons, Peterson, master, from Champion Bay and Irwin. Passengers-Mr Crowther, Mr. Willams, Mr. HIopman and 4 others. Cargo-143 sacks barley, 20 ditto oats. 10 do. flour, and sundries. 18,--MAZEPPA, 20tons, Hunt, master, from Vasse and Bunbury. Cargo-216 bags potatoes 20 do. onions, 11 pkgs. leather, 12 trusses hay, and quantity timber. Same day.-VIcTonIA, 15 tons, J. Tapper, master, from the Murray. Passengers-Mrs. I...

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CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. A CHAT WITH THE PRINCE, AND NOTES ON THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 February 1869

CGIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. A CHAT WITH THE PRINCE, nDm NOTES ON THE BALL. I told you last week, as how the Prince said to me "come off to lunch-you can come -in the close I lent you and we'll have a chat " I aint easy flahttered, but I did feel a little bit proud at this, and where's the man as wouldn't a been ?- Why I've been told this veiy last week that a per son was a boastin about havin' a lock of Alfred's hair-i--and on makin' particler enquiry of a female friend of mine as was assistin' at Gover'ment house-ana tellin' her What'I'd heard-she says "WVell if people wont go for to do anythin' out of tryin' to make themselves look grect rind grand, a boastin' and tellin' stories thatits'a mercy the earth dent open and awaller 'em up. Why that person if I didn't see her with these here eyes-as don't. need spectacles to see the meanness of t~hem as thinks themselves above them as was once their betters, but has come. down through the way of Providence ~hich as we are told in the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 February 1869

Marriage. YORK—McHARD—On the 17th inst., at the Cathedral, Perth, by the Venble. Archdeacon Brown, MR. JOHN YORK of Gingin to HARRIETT MARIA, second daughter of the late Mr. Thomas McHard of Perth.

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CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. SIGHTS AND SOUNDS DURIN' THE PRINCE'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 February 1869

CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. SIGHTS AND SOUNDS DURIN' THE PIINCE'S VISIT. Well its all over-the Prince has been and gone, or as my dear old friend Steb bin' has it in his paper of Wednesday in b'utiful poetry-such as Lord Bryon couldn't write. " The sun of that moment has set SHe came, he is gone-we met." "Look at that now "-as a partic'ler friend of mine, fond. of dogs and sticks, used to say, and who I've been told ik exactly like thile Prince in the face only a little bit taller, and a little more swag gerin.' "Look at that now" aint that poetry worth quoting ? and aint it a credit to the paper as printed it ? " Stebbin" says I -the day I saw him goin' off to the Gala tea, " them articles in your paper beats the London Times holler-it can't touch 'om--they're that clever written that no body can understand 'em-and the man as wriles 'em ought to be taken care of by the Gover'ment-in the Lunatic Asy lum. " None of your spiteful jokes" says he -" and don't Stebbinme, that's a name...

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B— FOR EVER ! ! ! S— TO THE RESCUE ! ! ! (L—of thut Ilk, "(loquitur.) Tune.—.'For a' that and a' that." [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 February 1869

B- rxo EVER! ! ! S- TO THERESCUE I ! (L- of thut Ilk, "(loquitur.) Tune.-'- For a' that and a' that." It is no use.to be with 13-, So harsh anCiLros~, and a' that, lie may be not.a bonnie Scot, The man's aman for a':that. For a' that and a' that, Pinjarrah's Corps, and a' that, And a' th' abuse of Pasquin's Muse. The man's a man for a' that. It grieves me, Sir, and what is worse It makes me swear and a' that, To hear his name and spotless fame Lampooned by '" Chips,"and a' that. For a' that and a' that, His bigot mind and a' that, One must excuse his narrow views, A man's a man for a'. that. I dinna see why be sould be A butt, and mark, and a' that For Pasquin's pen, but this I ken A man's a man for a' that. For a' that and a' that, And Waylen's vines, and a' that, A shabby act, but yet--in fact A man's a man for a' that. Ye maun ha' heard, tho' quite absurd How brawhe danced and a' that, A glorious sight ! B- on the" light Fantastic toe," and a' that, For a' that and a' that, He's ...

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