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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 18 May 1867

•'1T ipIng *tdigient e . ARRIVED. May 10.-Sea Bird, 40 tons, M. O'Grady, master, from Irwin River. Cargo-sundries. Same day.-Arabian, 24 tons, John 0' Grady, master, from Irwin River. Cargo sundries May 13.-Kestrel, 170 tons, Captain Davis, from Sydney. with general cargo. Same day.-Mystery, 17 tons, Johnston, mas ter. from Port Gregory and Shark's Bay. Cargo -sundries. 14.-Favorite, 46 tons, Lakey, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-S. Ward, J. Ward, Mrs. Ward and child, MargaretTierney, R. Parsons, H. Thomas' Mr. and Mrs. Ashcroft, Mr. H. Gray andMrs.Parsons. Cargo-sun dries. SAILED. May 11.-Gordon, 151 tons, Captain J, Leonard, for Sydny. Passengers-James Fee, C. Basett, C. Rate, J. Jones, Mrs Jones and chsld, and John Hennessy. 14.--Flyihg Foam, 34 tons, Cobb, master for Champion Bay. Passengers--Mr. K. Brown, H. Dyer and wife, A. Hobbs, wife and two chil dren, Franes Welsby, and Miss. Cowan. Carge sundries. 15--SAN, 25 tons, Hanham, master, for Bunbury and Vass. Passengers--...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 18 May 1867

BLAKISTON.—At Beverley, on May 21, 1866 of diphtheria, SOPIA SARAH, youngest daughter of George John and Emma Blaki- ston. Aged 12 days. At Beverley, on February 13th, 1867, of diphtheria, GEORGE JOHN, youngest Son of George John and Emma Blakiston. Aged 5 years. At Beverley, April 19th, 1867, of diphthe- ria, AGNES MARY, fourth daughter of George John and Emma Blakiston, Aged 7 years. Deeply lamented. DEATHS. The Herald, Saturday May 18, 1867.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 18 May 1867

SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1867. The Memorial prepared by the people of this colony, praying against any altera- tion in the present route of the P. & O. Company's Steamers, is doomed to be useless. The magnificent scheme, pro- jected by the late Melbourne Conference, has fallen to the ground. The Victorian Legislature refuses to confirm the acts of its delegates, except under certain conditions, which are not likely to be complied with. We shall, therefore, in all probality re- lapse once more into our usual state of quiescence.   It is unnecessary to discuss, in this place, the reasons why, the Victorians have declined to ratify the acts of their representatives his i muich, however, it may be said, they do not appear to   consider that, under the proposed arrange- ments, they would receive full value for the £50,000, they are asked to pay, un- less Melbourne were made one of the termini. This is a concession the other Colonies, especially those most deepl...

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SUMMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 May 1867

SUMMER. The bright flush of Summer is on the earth. The trees spread far and wide their grateful shade, now clothed in full maturity of verdure-the gardens teem with luscious fruits, and glow with varied tints of beauteous flowers-here the damask roses bear their "blushing honours" thick upon their stems, and near, the pure lily lifts her lovely head, in modest rivalry. The painted butter flies sport from one floral beauty to another, types of the foplings of the world, whilst the busy bees pass them with their golden spoil, and shame the idlers who thus waste the day. The sound of the sharpening scythe mingles with the joyous voices of the hay makers, as they ply their rustic task beneath the fervid sun, which darts his burning rays unveiledby cloud or vapour. On the river bank, beneath the sheltering covert of the alder boughs, the village urchins have laid their clothes, and, rlashing in the stream, cool their active limbs in pleased security from their master's rod. Further down...

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MONOPOLIES. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 May 1867

* MONOPOLIES. 11. ;I:promised iast week to. shew, firstly?:howiv the general public is made to suffer from the present: mode of conducting surveys;: and secondly, in which.wayv the merchant is in jured. To this promise I now add another; which is, to shew that the underwriters may be called upon to pay losses for which they are not liable. Before doing so, however, I purpose to say a few words respecting the " Duties and Responsibilities of Masters and Owners.". The first duty is to provide a ship, tight and staunch, properly found with the necessary tackle, sails, &c.; for if the merchant suffer loss or damage by reason of any insufficiency of these particulars at.the outset of the voyage, he will bc entitled' to. a recompense. The French ordinance directs "that if the merchant can prove that the vessel, at the time of sail ing, was incapable of performing the voyage. the master shall lose his freight, and pay the mechant his damages and interest." Weitson' says,." that the...

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CHIPS BY A SANDALWOOD CUTTER. OUR NEWSPAPERS Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 May 1867

. CHIPS BY A SANIDALWOOD SCUTTER.. S:' OUR NEWSPAPERS '· ,. Continued. I was stopped writin' my last as I told yo.u by a chap comin' in to be settled up ith. Settlin?. aint onpleasant when youy0ve got the "ready" to settle with but its- a deuce of a job when you aint. There's many a man's heart thumps hard at his ribs when Storekeepers, with a smile; a rejoicin' in. the tortur.e he's gi:vin,' says '" I'm a comin' up next week Mr. Yerypoore for a settlin,' shall I find you at home ? ": .'I'm goin' out to my station" he says. ""if you can put it off." . "A1 right" says Storekeeper,. and YTrypoor goes home with a light heart.. The settlin' day's put off but it'll come at, last. I was talkin' about the newspapers in. my last and I promised to go on the same subject this week. I left off where Bill Brisketl was tellin' me what his mate had. 6old him, a grumblin' at the papers.. W"itWhout takin' any notice of what Bill's mate said, there aint no denyin' the fact that the papers aint up to...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 May 1867

MAc?FAIL.-Youare misinformed.. Itwas not the Editor of the HIerald who was seen coming out of the Colonial Secretary's office with a re. vised copy of the paper in his hand.. ANxious.--We admit that our toman T's are often out, and that we are obliged to use Italics ; but we are happy to inform you that we .have sent for an additional supply of type, which will enableus to suit you to a T. and give you another column or so of matter. SiouTrs -Y ou ask us to give you a reason why the articles-in a contemporary are so spirited. We can only account for it--accord ing to gossip--by his practice of diluting ,lhis ink with brandy.: "Gossip says,' the Editor was seen pouring some of the stimulating liquor into his inkbottle. RusTicus.-You complain that your letter,. in reply to an article which appeared in. our co lumns on the land question, was spoilt by the exclusion of the references in it to The Herald. We should have willingly inserted it without any alteration, as we have no objectio...

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SUMMARY FOR THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 May 1867

iSUMMARY :,; FOR THE MAIL. : : lil• .·i · IN a small community such as that of Western Australia there can be but little that will interest distant readers, .unless such as have been connected personally at some time or another with its local asso ciations. Generally speaking, however, most .of even such persons arrived here within the limits of a generation, left be hind them the most endearing of the ties that connect men with their fellow men, and after sojourning among us for more or less lengthened periods of time have returned in the fond expectation of find ing old friends as true, old ascociations, as fresh and it may be old affections' as strong as when they first sought to woo, and in many instances to win the favors of the most wayward and the most fickle of human idols. Few but those who have been successful, return to their na tive land, and it is for their gratification that we shall contribute a few. remarks on the political social and commercial oc currences, that ha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Mining Report. REPORT, No. 48. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 May 1867

4irtimtg atyport. REPORT, NO. 48. SIR,- I beg to forward you my 48th Monthly Re port of the above named mine, calling youir at tention to.the different points of operation. SNo. 1 SToPE BACK 40, S. W. Working by 2 men, lode 4 feet wide, producing 24 tons lead ore per fathom. No. 2 STOPE BACK 40, S. W. Working by 2 men, lode 6 feet wide, producing 34 tpns:: lead ore per fathom,. No. 2 WINZE BOTTOM, 30 S. W. This point of operation has been communicated to the 40 fathom level during the month, the lode is' from 3 to 4 feet wide, producing on an average 2 tons? , lead ore per fathom. No. 1 STOPE BACK 30, S. W. Working by 2 men, at £3 5s. per fathom, lode 18 feet wide producing 2 tons lead ore per fathom. No. 2 STOPE BACK 30 S. W. Working by 2 men.at £3 6s. per fathom, lode 4 feet wide, pro ducing 2 tons lead, and I ton copper ore per fathom. No. 3 A STOPE BACK 30 S. W. Working by 2 men at £3 6s. per faihom, lode 2 feet wide pro ducing 2 tons lead ore per fathom. No. 2A? STOPE BACK 20 S...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCENES AND SEASONS. SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 May 1867

SCENES AND SEASONS.,: SPRING. It 'is the sweet spring-tide-that - beauteous season when Nature is arrayed in all her vernal charms, and to the - grateful.eye and heart seems. pure and Slovely as, when fresh from the great S.Creator's hand, His glorious voice pro nounced it " good." Every leaf, bud, and opening blossom brings innocent ·sources of delight-the sight is pleased with all the varied hues and forms of .stately trees, and graceful shrubs, and lowly flowrets-a thousand rich perfumes float on the ambient air, telling where sweet violets and pure lilies of the valley Shide, like modest merit, from the view. The tender shoots of the young green corn breaking through the -hard winter clods, give their bright emblem of hope to the sorrow-laden heart; and the "feathered songsters of the grove," as they seek their mates, twitter their praises for the verdant spring, which spreads her leafy covering over their soft and mossy homes. S Beauteous, hopeful season! who would Snot welcome...

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Public Opinion. For the statements and opinions of our Correspondents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. MONOPOLIES To the Editor of "The Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 May 1867

j,^ rubfir @pinion+ Y' ~ or- -the -statements and opinions of our Corres iohndents, we do not hold ourselves responsible, MONOPOLIES ' .:i : . D.-To the Editor of" The Herald." ' -:.-An article headed as above signed "-Tribune," j: iappeared in: your No. 16 of Saturday., last, .,- -the 18th inst, and I should have left it 'unanswered, were it not that it contains matter ,:of an injurious tendency to more than one party, and there are few lawyers in the British Emplire who would not consider it actionable. - I will comment on the article in the order -;na which it is written. : The first paragraph is evidently written to *: ,exhibit the writer's historical knowledge,. and ,. -that he is not ignorant of what every sensible . ,ian knows that all monopolies are wrong, and contrary to the interest of the community at large.:. " ' The second paragraph is on the Western .Australian Bank, which for many years has ,-'kept the cash accounts of the settlers, store --: keepers, &c. and ...

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JOTTINGS BY AN OLD UMBRELLA. JOT 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 May 1867

JOTTING8 BY AN OLD UMBRELLA. 0 S. .JOT 1. It hid been my inteintion !to' shew the reader something more of the innei- life of Laburnum Cottage-how Miss Arabella and her friends passed their .time-how the repu tations of better people than themselves were picked to pieces, bit by. bit, just as a lownish boy plucks off, one by one, the beautiful petals of a flower. But wherefore ? For what purpose should I do this ? , Slander. is slander all the world over. To become acquainted with it, if such be your wish, keep your ears open while going about your daily avocations, and you will hear plenty of it. 'One dear friend after another will drop in, and retail to you the latest scandal, with such colouring, and embellishments of his, or her own, as an inlaginative mind loves to revel in. Some slanders are like breath upon a mirror ; they vanish before the bright sun-light of truth. The only effect which they leave behind tiem is a sentiment of wonder atthe audacity and impudence of those wh...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 May 1867

* To the Editor of The Herald' In reading your admirable critique of our . .Sorie?e Musicale, I regretted to observe one sad omission on your part, it was that no word o: f merit and commendation was given to the '*accomplished lady Mrs. Barlee, who so amiably presided at the Piano; I think I am not singular in wishing she hiad. favoured us with a Solo, even at the expense of taxing her .patience and amiability a little more, her ex " quisite and liquid touch must have made all 9 lovers of music long to hear her again. : Begging to offer my thanks to all who con tributed to make the evening a success " "': " :* I remain, *MUSICAL. <... .. :. -.:. ' . ~ : .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 May 1867

MESSRS. HARWOOD& Co. HAVE received instructions to Sell .by Public Auction at - Their Rodons, Henry Street, Fremantle, on 'TUESDAY, JUNE -'T. 1 687. A QUANTITY OF Unredeemed Pledges. Sept. 9 186 6 -Wachl;-- oct. 19, Pair Pist~ols; .No'v. 2,<C6at;' iDec. 16, Watch; Jan. 2, 1867, Lenses {or Cameras; 24, "Shawl:; .Feb. 12,• Watch 3 Coait; 15, Coat; 16, Shawland- Caqo 23, Trowseirs anxid"est; iarrcl-3, Chain 8, Clock and. Gun; 10, 2 Coats:; 12, Set of Studs and Watch Key2; Apri l:, Shawl :10, Coat, 2.2 Coats, Trows? rasnd 6VestsI 24. 2 Capes; 25 Sh'U 30 Cofat; May 7, Watch; 9, 5 oats ahd,6 ,ests 11 : 3 Coats; and Rimr ; 12 11 Vests, 18, 4 do; 22, Coat, Trrofwsers; a'rid: 6 eVcsts ::30; :.Quadrant June 4, dogs .A;: Spring: Cart; ,)\i atches; Clothing, '. and a large variety of otbheir oods too 'numerous to mentio * Fremantle, Nay 1·th1 1817..' MESSRS. HARWOOD & Co. : W'aL Sell by Auction at their: rooms, SHenry Street Fremaitle, ionI-IES DAY, J .NE 4TrH; 1867 Y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 May 1867

YOR K. MONTHLY SALE. R. THOMAS BAILEY begs to i " 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 Office,) York, 27th February, 1867. M:::R. T. BAILEY AU CTIONEER, House and Estate . . Agent, York. Rents and debts collected on the most reasonable terms. MR. T. BAILEY takes this oppor Stunity: of thanking the public for the Spatronage he has received, and trusts by. attention to business, punctuality and accuracy, to merit a continuance. BEST QUALITY ON CHEAPEST TERMS. BOOTS & SHOES. • W. LECH,! HIGH STREET, FREMANTLE. R ESPECTFULLY invites Ladies and SGentlemen to inspect his stock of Boots and Shoes. The largest and best Sassorted in the Colony. S A liberal discount to dealers and to families order...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 May 1867

PEOPLE are beginning to feel a considera ble amount ·f anxiety anid alarm respect ing ~h shfetv of the New Persevrance and the E.mma. Both these vessels. are from eight to ten weeks overdue; and this circumstance, viewed in connection with the fact, that the voyage out and home is generally performed, in two months,. ren ders the surmise, that something has hap pened to one, or both of them,.extremely. probable. The Newr Perseverance was last heard o. on the 30th, of November, 1866. She had discharged her second cargo of Stock, and was about to proceed to Roe buck Bay, on, as was then supposed, her last trip. It.was uncertain how long she might be detained over this -work,' what time it would, require to discharge at Nicol Bay, or whether she might not, after all, have to make a fourth' vo?i?ge. She was well :found and equippe, u.nd provisioned for six months. The .Emnma left here on the 22ndd of January, with sheep and general c:airgo. She had stores on account of Government as wel...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 May 1867

M)(p~ping 5Irtell ipitte. .ARRIVALS. May 18.-NORMAN, 254 tons, Orfeur, master, from Melbourne, in ballast. Passengers-C. Lytton and W. HIardwick. 20.-SEA SPRAY, 31 tons, P. Headland, mas ter, from Champion Bay. Cargo-sundries. *Same day.-SPECULATOR, 14 tons, Lewis, master, from Bunbury. Cargo-sundries; S22.-CLARENCE PACKET, 48 tons, English, master, from Bunbury. Passengers-Miss Trewlan, and Mr. W. Rose, and 2 prisoners. Cargo-sundries. 23.--SWAN, 25 tons, Hanham, master, from Vasse and. Bunbury. lPassengers-Corporal Lucas wife and famnily,and Barrow wife and family. Cargo-sundries. 25.-FLYING FOAM, .Cobb, master, from:   Champion Bay.: ;Cargo ---sundries. SSame day.-LES TROIS AMIS, Green, master, from Irwin River. Cargo-sundries. SAILED. May 18.-SEA BIRD, 40 tons,- M. "O'Grady, a:iaster, for Irwin River and Champion Bay. . rgo-sundries. L·· May 19.-FAVOURITE, 48 Itons, Lakey, mas-. terf0or Champion Bay. Cargo-sundries. ISame day.--WILD WAVE, 21 tons. pettit, master, fo...

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PARLIAMENTARY REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 June 1867

PARLIAMENTARY REFORM. Mr Disraeli has chosen this time to put his speeches on Parliamentary Reform before the world in a compact shape. It would be unjust to say that he does not understand the subject thoroughly, as it would be ridiculous to deny the brilliant manner in which the tory lkader clothes his ample knowledge. Nor do we deny that, since 1848, Mr. Disraeli has been consistent. His mind is as opposed to the idea of popular representationi now as it was twenty years ago. He touches upon Parliamentary Reform, only because he sees that something must be done; and he is naturally anxious that this something shall strengthen, or at least not diminish the strength of, the party which, he leads in the House of Commons. His fear is still that which he expressed in 1859-viz., of" the predominance of a nume rical majority of the population." He loves the ancient lines of the constitution, for on these are built the foundations of the two great aristocratic parties that have long mono...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 June 1867

PHYSIC NO REMEDY.-A? poor man who has been ill, on being asked by a gentleman whether he had taken any remedy, replied," No, I ain't taken any remedy; bu't I've taken lots of physic.' SATISFIED.-There is a story of a Scotch boy, asked whether hewished tobe regenerated, reply ng, "Na, nal"-" What for no, Robin ?"-" Be cause regeneration means'being born again and, then wha can tell I mightna be a girl ?"

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REFORM LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 June 1867

REFORM LITERATURE. Among the host of poets and pamphleteers who are busy with their pens just now, the radical who writes "Rhymed Reason" is perhaps the most dashing and earnest. In the little instalment before us are the addresses of Miessrs. Disraeli and Lowe. ' We extract, a passage from the address of "The Caucasian Mystery :" Of all schemes of ' Progress" that cause such a "rumpus, I've bolted the whole lot;--I've boxed the whole compass. For more than "the five points," in starting, I went, Till Chartism plainly no pay or place meant; Then Russel and Whiggism fixed me, till they Too failed to provide me with office and pay ; Peelism 1 next rather took to, to feel, Alas! 'twas my doom, to get nothing from Peel. Now-nothing-one can't well believe upon that, And the landlords were just then in want of a rat; Their losses of leaders,-I made them my "gains, So they supplied body. I venom and brains. I glory in thinking I made Peel endure As much as I could, for unstarving the poor....

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