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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 April 1867

For Singapore. T HE Fine A 1 barque I CA TIHER INE, 414 tons register, J. M. DQBLm , CQmn mander-will leave for the above port about the 25th instant. For Freight or Passage, having ex cellent accommodation, apply to BICKLE IY & Co., Agents. Fremantle, 9th April, 1867. For Adelaide, Direct; -tR IHE Fine Brig L EMIL Y &IUTH, ~V. DAvIDsoN, Commander, just arrived from Adelaide, will Sail orl or. about the 25th.of this month. For Freight or Passage apply t.. MEssias. T. & H. CA RTER & Co. Fremantle, 11th April, 1867. Sale of Sheep, Lambs Horses, Class A Land, &c, MR. 'SAMSON, (GOVERNTIENT AUCTIONEER,) HIs been favored with instructions fro?n Frank Marchant, Esq., to Sell by Auc tion, at the Freemasons? Hotel, Perth, on THUIRSDAY, May 16th, .1867, at 12 o'clock, 20 ;000 Acres Class A Land. .600 four-year-old Ewes, :150 five do. do., 314 Mixed Lambs,... (ALL, MORE OR LE ss ) SSADDLE HORSES; 1 Heavy Draught HI-orse ;1 set Hlarness Cooking Utensils ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 April 1867

h YORK. MONTHLY SALE. p· . THOMAS BAILEY begs to inform the settlers of the York District, that he will hold a Sale by Public Auction on the York Fair Ground on the second Saturday in each month, at 12 o'clock, sharp. All parties wishing to dispose of stock or any other description of property, are requested to give early notice of the samne. Auction & General Agency Office, York, 27th February, 1867. MR. T. BAILEY SUCTIONEER, House and Estate A Agent, York. Rents and debts collected on the most reasonable terms. MR. T. BAILEY takes this oppor tunity of thanking the public for the .patronage he has received, and trusts by attention to business, punctuality and accuracy, to merit a continuance.. BEST QUALITY ON CHEAPEST TERMS. BOOTS & SHOES. W. L E?A C R1 , HIGH STREET, FREMANTLE. - ESPECTFULLY invites Ladies and IA Gentlemen to inspect his stock of Boots and Shoes. The largest and best Sassorted in the Colony. A liberal discount 'to dealers and to families ordering s...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 April 1867

ARRIVALS. April 12.-ST MAGNUs, 289 tons, Walsh, master, from Vasse and Bunbury. Passengers -Misses Leake, (two), Messrs. Carey, Eliot, Gillman, and Francisco. Cargo-sundries. Same day.-CLARERMCE PACKET, 48. tons, English, master, from Bunbury. Passengers -Mr. Dillon 'and Mr. McGOuire. Cargo sundi ies. April 13.-SWAN, 25 tons, Hanham, master, from Vasse and Bunbury. Cargo-sundries, April 15.-LEs TROIS AMis, 44 tons, Green, master, from the Irwin. Cargo--sundries. 16.-STRATHMIORE, 450 tons, Captain Burke;' from London, with general cargo. Passengers' --Rev. Mr.. Traylen in cabin; W. Clarke, C. Savage, F. Holland, and D. Flynn, in steer-: age. T 17.--TWINKLING STAR, R. R. Roberts, master, 60 tons, from Calcutta. .Passengers Mr. aiid Mrs. Bibra. and child. DEPARTURES. April 12.--GORDON, .152 tons, Leonard; mas ter, for .Champion Bay, to load with ore 'for Sydney, Cargo-sundries. April 13.-Si4 SPRAY, 31 tons, Hedland, .raster, for Champion Bay. Cargo-sundries. Same lday.-FAvoRITE, 48 ton...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 April 1867

T'.?iE is perhaps nothing so calculated to excite one's risability and conte npt, as to see a man, with a full share of the failings inseparable from human nature, strutting about in fancied superiority, pointing out and pitying the shor, comings of his neighbors. No community is so small as not to possess a fool of this description. Sometimes he may have just sufficient sense to raise a doubt in his own mind whether he really is so clever as he would have people suppose him to be; in which case, he generally aggra-' vates the evil by his insufferable arrogance and presumption. M[ost people are wise enongh to give such bores the pas; instead of kicking them for their meddlesome propensities, they merely get out of their way, and shun their Society, looking upon them as pests, and public nuisances. - In the same way communities, laying claim to excellencies which do not belong to them, only render themselves ridicu louS:by their assumption of superiority. Their contemptible system of...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 April 1867

IMPORTS. Per STRATHMORE from London—113 pkgs., 100 deals, 6 pkgs., Barker & Gull; 48 pkgs., J. & W. Bateman ; 9 pkgs., E. Birch; 1 case, E. R. Brockman; 14 pkgs., H. Dixon; 5 cases. J. Dyer; 6 casks, C. W. Eichbaum ; 23 cases, A. Francisco; 15 cases, F. Glaskin; 19 cases wine, A. Francisco ; 11 pkgs., machinery, T. Hayward; 1 case, M. Hay & Son : 23 pkgs. Mary Higham; 200 chests tea, 25 pkgs., L. S. Leake; 1 pkg., H. Lewis; 1 case, J. Loane ; 157 pkgs., W. T. Loton; 5 pkgs., C. A. Man- ning ; 7 do., B. Maycock; 4 do., J. H. Monger,   Sen., 951. pkgs., J. H. Monger, Jun, & Co. ; 168 pkgs., Order; 43 cases, Order ; 100 casks beer, Order; 217 hhds. and casks beer, Order; 25 pkgs., Order; 542 pkgs., W. Padbury & co. 332 pkgs., Order ; 273 pkgs., H. Saw; 1 case of medicines, Order ; 328 bars and bundles iron, 24 cart arms, 34 pkgs., Scott and Gale; 1 case seeds, J. Shaw ; cask seeds, Sherwood; 4 dms., J. Shipton; 1 case, Miss Taylor; 2...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE THREE INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 April 1867

THE THREE INTERESTS. . From the Soutk Australian Register. At after-dinner meetings a standing toast is "The three great Interests of the Colony." These.interests are the pastoral, the mineral, and the agricultural, and they lie at the basis of the colony's prosperity. There is hardly a convivial or social meeting which can be held where this toast may not be appropriately given and where it. would not be heartily responded to. Of course different persons will have their own views as to the relative importance of each interest. Those who have sheep runs and live .by wool will naturally look upon that as the most important of all. And it will not be denied that pastoral pur suits have contributed in a large degree to the progress and prosperity of South Australia. Others, again, swear by our minerals. From Mr. J. B. Neales down to the lowest mining captain, who,, in spite of all evidence to the contrary, can see . "keen" indications of subterranean treasures everywhere, there is a la...

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IRON WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 April 1867

IRON WORKS. .[From the South Australian Register.] The question of smelting and manufacturing thatiron inthis colony doubtless no nmakes a great diffEvery ence.ow e fiand then peopleat wheno have been connect was underith d~iscussion some time ago Mr. M, M¢acDer mott .he trad a correspondeclare that nothing but a fair starthe Go is required to enable us to make iron as cheaply as it can be imported from England. But thvernment, whosasser especial attentions are always met by fahe denials to the opinionart of practica mers, who ridiule the idea of conisulted in the matter. He said--" The South Austprobability of an extension of railways and aterwbor, being able this provincmpete requirth English an addi founders. "No, no," says Captain Bagot, t~ional quantity of iron, and the possibility of "that time has not yet arrived nohere, has occu-it yet foried many att year, when it will bsomee pr; budent forhaving no practical knowledge, I attached little vahue Australians to engage ions on ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 April 1867

WE have been requested to contradict a state ment that appeared in last Wednesday's In quirer respecting the schooner New Perseve rance. The case is bad enough,, without being misrepresented, and thus adding to the anxiety of those who have friends or relations on board. Insteadof her having been engaged in her last. trip in November, the Captain had not left TienTsin Bay on the ist of December. Con sidering the nature of the cargo to be put o board on this, her last trip, she could n possibly load and return to Tien Tsin before the 1st January. The whole of her freight, consisting of the implements, houses, &c., of the Company, would then have to be boated up the Snake Creek, a distance of some five or six miles from the ship's side; and was expected to occupy some 30 or 40 days. Still, both she and the Emma are sufficiently overdue to cause considerable anxiety; so much so, that it reflects small 'credit upon the Government, that a craft has not before this been dispatched...

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 April 1867

- i f cIIanetout. THF ATLANTIC CABLE AND COMMERCE.-The Atlantic Cable seemsto be working a complete s evolution in trade between the United States and Europe. Besides the ordinary business messages between England and our Atlantic commercial ports, it is stated that English orders upon the San Francisco market for the purchase of the fine wheat of that region have passed through the cable and by the American Overland Telegraph, direct from London to San Francisco. So promptly were these orders exe cuted that advices of purchases made have been returned to the London merchants who sent the messages in the morning by the evening of the same day.--Times Correspondent. A WOMAN is sometimes much struck with a man before marriage, and very often by him afterwards. "IF you had avoided rum," said a rumseller to a customer, "you could now. ride in. your carriage." ' And if you had never, sold rum," said the bachanal, "you would. have- been my driver." WHAT a suspiciousmonster the man musthav...

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Public Opinion. For the statements and opinions of our Correspondents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. (To the Editor of the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 April 1867

-.For the statements and opinions of our Corres pondents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. (To the Editor of The Herald.) SIR, Some time ago it was resolvedLby Govt. that supplies should be procured by tender, aw d every now and then the Gov. Gazette has a notification that the tender of Mr._So and So has been accepted for such and such a service. Now this sounds very pretty no doubt, but the farce had better be discontinued neverthe less, for it is a farce and a dishonest one too, -As an instance in point I would only refer to the Gov, Gazette of the 23rd. Instant, vide tenders ..accepted, Robert Mansfield and Herbert Dixoii each to supply a fiat ! Now when was it notified that Tenders were required by Gov. for such Boats ? Now again, Gov. notify they require a * large quantity of timber of particular sizes to be delivered in one month, while it is well known that-unless the timber is already in progress of preparation it could not possibly be delivered within the period; and,...

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CHIPS BY A SANDALWOOD CUTTER. OUR QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 April 1867

CHIPS BY A SANDALWOOD.I i CUTTER.... * 6UR QUARTERE SES1SINS I! told.you. in my last that I was called to.Perth by His. Honor, the Judge--who don't the lawyers call. him n" My Lord,'.' as they do in England-it would sound much better, and be more agreeable to the Judge than " Yer Honor," which it the way an Irishman.addresses a Magis trate.- I'm not sure what I called him when I. was had up to give my evidence, but I think I said " My Lord." How somever I noticed that he smiled at me, and by that I'm pretty certain I had said somethin' that pleased him. It's astonishing what a little pleases people, and how easy it is to make 'em happy with themselves, and so good tem pered to others. I've heard some of the men who've been on visitin' terms all their lives with the Magistrates, or as they call 'em the Beaks,' say that it makes some difference in the sentence they gives accordin' as you only call 'em plain. Sir, or dignify 'em with the title of 'Worship.' But this may only be made up...

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SUMMARY FOR THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 April 1867

SUMMARY FOR THE MAIL. SINCE we dispatched our last summary much has occured of more than ordinary interest. First, we have been painfully reminded that "in the midst of life we are in death", by the loss of a citizen, who has been called to his rest at a time when we could ill affbrd to lose him, and in a manner, that cannot fail deeply to affect those, who maty"ot previously have heard of his name; how much more those, who had daily opportunities of witnessing his great industry, careful foresight, his munificent public, and his many private charities; to say nothing of his unpretentious and courteous bearing to all, with whom he had any commu nication. We allude to the melancholy death of the late Mr Shenton. On the morning of the 25th of March he embarked on board the Lass of Geraldton, on a business voyage to Bunbury, in excellent spirits, and in the belief, that he should arrive there that evening. The wind was fair, the sky without a cloud, and the day and ocean both serene. B...

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REJECTED ADDRESSES. Pall Mall Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 April 1867

a I3EJEOTED ADDRESSES;.; Pall "Ad l ''Gazette. One evening some little time ago some :friendsand mnyself.occupied a boxin' one of th-e ;: incipal.theatres, and saw in .the :stalls ahn old; acquaintance whom we had .notmet for. many years. We. -failed- to attract' his notice, - and missed chim in izthe crdwdon our 'departure?-.While, ?t ying to devise means to discover our blost: fried Ipioposed halfi jo half m er est talt weshould employ the famous ' ony column2', in theThne This idlea was receivewithapplause and I accoidingly .drew ,up the; bfollowing :adveitisement which, I thought, ,would be certain to catch- the: 'eyey of th- people .who" were in: the stallstof the theatre ion that paticular :evuerning, .our. fi, iend amongst `the If fthe ..Gentlemani-.. who:' was. in the: stallsat the. Theatre on :,heneven ing the. thinstwill wriite .toj the jl lowing address 'he ill hea rfron th Box IGwent nextday to an office andre cuestin' -that the adyvertisemrenteibrought shouild e h nilte...

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COMMERCIAL, &c. Fremantle, April 27, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 April 1867

COMMERCIAL, &c. ;Fremantle, April 27, 1867. Ti?is :flictations in Trade which, in larger communities, are acce l rated by news of a war, a frown from a crowned head, the crash' of a Banik; or even by the collapse of a "bubble company,"' are rarely felt here. Unfavorable Account Sales of Wool,. Sandalwood, or any other item in our limited exports, may some times cause a person to talk rather grave, and inwardly resolve. to. restrict his expenditure :within. a closer.margin. But, where trade is cariied don upon so small a scale, and in so plodding a manner as ours, leaving no room for the scope of- a speculative spirit, one day is pg?tty much like another; and trade only expaiinds or becomes depressed according as it mhay be influenced by the greater or less requirements of the seasons. If we cannot boast of weighty operations, or point to a swelling list of exports, like our more enter prising neighbors, we are less liable to be called upon to witness the ruin. and desolation...

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THE BURGLARY AT FAUSTEL EVERSLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 April 1867

:THE BURGLARY AT FAUSTELL EVERSLEIGH:. (From London Society.) :_: Well, Biggs, what is the matter : You l:ook important this morning.': , ;: SBiggs swelled in majestic silence, de posited the muffin-dish on the tablei with as near an approach to emphasis as he: dared, and was in the act of retreating, when the young lady standing at one, of the open windows looked up.fi0om her newspaper to say- SAunt Dora, these burglaries are be coming quite alarming; they are travel ling in our direction, I think, too; there was one at Woodthrope only three nights .ago-close to us, you know---': The templation to cap this piece of news quite overcame Mr. Biggs', wounded dig nity, and he opened his lips and spoke. ' And one, Miss Lucy, at Willow Lodge' last night, for the postman brought the news this morning with the letters.' :: 'Dear, dear I' said Mrs Selwvyn.' :"I hope poor Miss Jenkins and Miss Ara minta came to no harm.' " The family, ma'am, was not molested,' answered Biggs with solemnity, '...

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Mining Reports. The Fortune Copper Mining Company, (Limited) Victoria District, Western Australia, 30th March, 1867. REPORT No. 47. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 April 1867

The Fortune Copp~erMining Company (Limited) Victoria District, Western. Australia, .30th March, 1867: DREORT, No. 47. SIR,-. I leg to forward you my monthly report .of the above Mine. No. 1 STOrES BACK, 40 S. W.-Working by 2 men, lode 5 feet wide, producing 2z tons lead ore per fathom. No. 2 STOPES BACK, 40 S. W.-Working by 2 men, lode 5 feet wide, producing 3 tons lead ore per fathom. No. 2 W1NzE BOTTOM 30 S. W.-Sinking by 2 men at £7 per fathom, lode 5 feet ,wide, .pro ducing I1 tons lead ore per fathom. I-expect to communicate this point of operation with the 40 rise in a few days. No. I STOPES BACK 30 S. W.-Working by 2 men at £3 5s. per fathom, lode 3 feet wide, pro ducing 3 tons lead ore per fathom. No. 2 STorEs BACK 30, S. W.-Working by 2 men, at £3 5s. per fathom, lode 3 feet. wide, protucing;3 tons lead ore per fathom. No. 3 A STOPE BACI 30, S. W.-Working by 2 men, at £3 6s. rer fathom, lode 2 feet wide, producing 2" tons lead ore per fathom. No. 3 B STOPES BACIC 30, S. W.-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 April 1867

For Adelaide, Direct. TlHE Fine Brig E CMILY SMITTH, SDAVIDSON, Commander, just arrived, from Adelaide, will Sail on or about the .25th of this month. For Freight or Passage apply to 1MESSRs. T. & H. CARTER & Co. Fremantle, 11th April, 1867. Sale of Sheep, Lambs, Horses, Class A Land, &c. MR. SAMSON, (GOVERNMENT AUCTIONEER,) HAs been favored with instructions from Frank Marchant, Esq., to Sell-by Auc tion, at the Freemasons' Hotel, Perth, .on THURSTDAY, May 16th, 1867, at ;12 o'clook, 20 ;000 Acres Class A- Land. 600 four-year-old Ewes, 150 five/ do. do., 12 Rams: bred Lincoln, 314 Mixed Lambs, (ALL, MORE OR LESS.) 2 SADDLE HORSES; 1 Heavy Draught Horse ; 1 set Harness Cooking Utensils ; and all necessary tools for carrying on the business of a Sheep Station. The Land is situated on the Collie River, joining to Mr. D. Stricklandcs Eastern Boundary. The Sheep are on this land; and the lambs are now running on the Denmark River. - Terms, and further particulars...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 April 1867

YORK. MONTHLY SALE. MIR. THOMAS BAILEY begs to inform the settlers of the York District, that he will hold a Sale by Public Auction on the York Fair Ground on the second Saturday in each month, at 12 o'clock, sharp. All parties wishing to dispose of stock or any other description of property, are requested to give early notice of the same. Auction & General Agency Officee, ) York, 27th February, .1867. 5 :MR:. T. BAILEY • UCTIONEER, House and Estate - Agent, York. Rents and debts collected on the most reasonable terms. MR. T. BAILEY takes this oppor tunity of thanking the public for the patronage he has received, and trusts by attention to business, punctuality and accuracy, to merit a continuance. BEST QUALITY ON CHEAPEST TERMS. BOOTS & SHOEST W. LEA C H, HIGH STREET, FREMANTLEI R ESPECTFULLY 'invites Ladies and Gentlemen to inspect his stock of Boots and Shoes. The largest and best assorted in the Colony. A liberal discount to. dealers and t? families ordering six ...

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SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 April 1867

SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1867. WE have before us one of the most valu able and interesting documents we have seenfor some time past. It is a copy of a Memorial to Her Majesty, Queen Vic toria, agreed to by the Inter-colonial Con ference on the subject of Postal Commu nication with Great Britain. It is in teresting as being an evidence of the en terprising character -of the people who inhabit the Six colonies represented at the Conference; while it is valuable be cause it gives, in a condensed form, the leading Statistics connected with the trade of those colonies, Western Aus tralia, who often complains, sometimes with good reason, at the slights put upon her, was not represented at this impor tant Conference. , Whether she was too indolent to travel so far, or, whether she did not go because the object of the Con ference was deemed to be beneath her notice, we are not informed. But let her motive have been whatever it may, it :is highly gratifying to learn that the gentle men, represent...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 April 1867

&bipping Interifftnce ARRIVALS. April 20-FLYING FOAM, 34 tons, Cobb, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers Messrs. K. Brown, R. Hicks, W. Wilson, HI Sheppard, and A. Campbell.- Cargo-sundri es. Same day-SPECULATOR, 14 tons, Lewis, master, from Bunbury. Passengers-T. Jones and T. James. Cargo-sundries. SAILED, : April 20-ST. MAGNUS, 289 tons, Captain Walsh, for Adelaide. Passengers-cabin, Messrs. C. Von Bibra, Fred. Peel, Laurance, Eliot, Carey, H. S. Rosser, and Mr. Wilson and son; steerage, James and Sarah Cook, and familly. (4), John McKay and son, Margaret Corboy, John Shields and son, John Coleman and wife, J. Flaherty, R. Green, wife and 2 children, James Regan, wife and family, R. Ives, wife and family' (2), Jane and Susannah Davey, Mrs. Ferris and son, Sarah Dooran and family (4), Elizabeth Green. ; --e n- aI -- -

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