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Port Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 February 1867

* ~ I.rt *ntcIlig tnrt+ a February 1.-ST. MAGNUS, 289 tons, aWlsh naster,fromAdelaide.. Passengers-Mr. Wilson and son. 2 .--?VICTORIA, 12 tons, IHarford, master, from Lancelin Island:. Cargo-sundries. 4.-LASS OF GERALDTON, 38 tons H. O.Grady, master. from Champion Bay. Passengers Rev. T. C. Laurence, Mrs. Trigg, Mrs. Cooper and childern, Miss Brand, Mr. andMrs. Parker, and Mrs. Mckay. Cargo-sundries. :-6 -FAVORITE, 46 tons, Lakey, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers--Messrs. Dur lacher, Crowther, Walker, R. Hilcks, and Cspt. Harvey. Cargo-sundries. 7.-HANNAH NICHOLSON, 251 tons, Captain Borgwart, from Melbourne and bound for Mauritius. Passengers in cabin-Mr. and Mrs. Brockman, Sen., Mr. Brockman, Jun. ,Mr. tnd Mrs. Black, Messers. Tomlins, Hale, and O'Shea. Mlss M. Shea, Messrs. Ryan and Shea. i DEPARTURES. Feb, 1.-ALBERT, 24 tons, H.O'Grady, master, for Champion Bay. Cargo -sundries. - 2.-CLARENCE PACKET, 61 tons. English, master, for Champion Bay. Passengers-Mr. SHenderson, and...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 February 1867

SLoral nttellig ere We hava to apologize to our readers for some Typographical errors in our last and plead as our only excuse, the hurry and conseqent con fusion of a first issue, in many instan'ces such errors make extraordinary difference in the mean ing intended to be conveyed, and are often the causeof much merriment atthe expence of the Printer, a few instances of which we subjoin : During the Mexican war, one of the news papers hurriedly announced an important item of news from Mexico, that General Pillow and thirty-seven of his men had been lost in a bottle (battle). Some other paper informed the public, not long ago, that a man, in a brown surtout, was yesterday brought before the court on a charge of stealing a small ox (box) from a lady's workbag. The stolen property was found in his waistcoat-pocket. A rat (raft), says another paper, descending the river, came in contact with a steamboat, and so serious was the injury to the boat, that great exertions were necessary to s...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
AN EVENING AT THE OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 February 1867

A~ NINN E1G AT THE OPE1RA. Bo THE COSTERMONGER, I've tasted a'most every pleasure in life, from liver and bacon up to treacle pieand from inner sent pawter up to dog's nose and purl, not for-, gettin, that mixter of the beauties of natur that's piut into the Lord Mare's lovin cup. Theres hardly a theater in London I havent had a ite in (two in some on em). Ive kep rabbits, Ive ad a bhird as won a leg of mutton evry week ata singin match for two months right off, and kept us farmerly when we was hard up through the donkey sickenin for the influenza. Ire ad two prize bull-dawgs and eleven childien. Ive ritn poetry and had my pottygraph taken, and Ive marrid my:eldest dawter to a cheesemonger; till it seems as if the world had nothin more to orfer, and every delite turned to cinders in yer mouth, There.was a furrin feller namedFawst, jest sich another as I am ; he wound up by sell ing hisself to Old Vickedness at larst--I jined the Tories. But there was one thing I didnt know much abou...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ZILLAH: A TALE OF THE GREAT DELUGE. In Four Chapters. CHAPTER 3RD. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 February 1867

ZI L LA H.: A TALE OF THE GREAT DELUGE.:: n ffour Obbapttts CHAPTER 3riD A:l:l:bowed theirheads, at the words of T:': :ahl could they do otherisie?e ::It .ws i time bf awive, and fear,: a period of widc-l pieead. teIi'orI, :the hour: of "aliar,:i :the' doment, the cuilimination, of:beliefs' in &ardiy i'ecognized, bii t of doubiout wdrdly . displkyed, thouigh uinacknow ledged. /Aloft, was the' nialignanit sar -o feNarfuli i lali its accom?nnints; _ i ; : r?,ar -way in thlie alley came to ithe ear?not only soliiids' of grief andc sorrow, but ivi'eytossible testimony o0£f the fact, tlift .iintense ad pie:gnant alam??'m, id.:pr tiriied ,1hRhearts of i ll who beheld tli'eholity Niah. They, sat roxund "ihi 'jatriarch with tliat chill quivering dread, creepinig ovi thei, whia:i? eve:: asimpanies / an unknown, uridefied, te-ror, a. coming pos sibility of s•uffering ad pa-inn. and though within their heartsth felt certain no h-rmcouldcomei ; to the m, whilst he was he yet a':.:·?odn:...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A COOL AVENGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 February 1867

ACooL AVE1sGER.-A certain English gen tleman, who was a regular frequenter of the green-room of DruryLane Theatre in the days of Lord Byron's committee, and who always stood quietly on the hearthrug there with her back to the fire, was in his usual place one night when a narrative was related by another gentleman newly returned from the Continent, of a barrier duel that had taken place in Paris. A young Englishman-a mere boy-had been despoiled in a gaming-house in the Palais Royal, had charged a certain gaming count with cheating him, had gone out with the count, had wasted his fire, and had been slain by the count under the frightful circnstances of the count's walking up to him, laying his hand on his heart, saying, "YTou are a brave fellow, have you a mother?" and on his replying in the affirmative, remarking coolly, "I am sorry for her," and blowing his victim's brains out. The gentleman-on the hearthrug paused in taking a pinch of snuff to hear this story, and observed with gre...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CHEAP MONEY FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 February 1867

CHEAP MONEY FOR AUSTRKALIA. 'How Lombard-street and the Bank of England stand in the cash line-whether the monetary heart of the British Em pire is quiet or feverish--is of very much more consequence to us, the Britannic subjects of Queen Victoria, than even the battle of Sadowa, and the consequent tumbledown of Louis Napoleon froin his assumed position of the autocrat of Europe. If money gets scarce in the mother country, it is very much like put tihg a tourniquet upon a main artery; the circulation is stopped. The stoppage is not felt at home so much as abroad; indirectly, it is heavily on the continent of Europe and in Aknerica, but worst in the colonies. Six per cent. accommoda tion or twelve in the home market just represents, for instance, the difference to Australia of getting on or stand ing temporarily still. Just now, things have taken a sudden change, of wlhich Mr. Verdon has availed himself. His having- being what he is and repre senting what he does-been able to realise...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 February 1867

Otratl ntellignent. ON the 9th inst., Mary Laura Liggins, wife of Warder Liggins, was charged by Mr. sub-Inspec tor Snook, with, in November and December last, harbouring a prisoner named Riley, who she stated, was her brother, and at the time a convict illegally at large. Sentenced to pay a fine of £5, or two months' imprisonment.--Fine paid: IT will be a great boon to the trading commu nity, when the two light-houses iat Champion Bay are erected. WE understand that gold dust has: been dis covered near Albany, but in the absence of any specific account, we are not in a condition to pass any opinion thereon. THE reports of sandal-wood sales at .Singapore ndicate a depressed state of the market. THE demand for Manna Gum insures remunera tive prices for the collectors. WE hear that among the strangers arrived in the colony by this months' mail, there are some who are already negotiating for the purchase of. lands in the Southern Districts, and that one block at Australind is likely to...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Summary of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 February 1867

~imnmarpzr8 of Ao2bY, Dreadful cblliery explosions have taken place in England; in one instance, the Oaks colliery, near Barnsley, 400 lives were lost, and in another at Handley, there were no less than 137 killed ahd 13 wounded. SFrom Victoria we receive. ac counts of.an abundant .harveit, and importations of Chilian and Californian cereals. Several vessels are. loading with wheat for England. The Home Govern ment will make no objection to the grant for £20,000 to Sir C. Darling, if placed on the Estimates. An enormous ironclad is in course of construction, the side plates of which are 8 inches thick, the turret plates 10, and the deck 3; it will alsoi have:a ram, and powerful machinery. His Excellency, on opening the Parlia ment congratulated them not only on their native prosperity, but on the success of the Verdon Mission to England. Although there was an apparent decline on the amount of Revenue for the year, 'that was owing to the embarrassments arising out the quarrel between...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CHURCH CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 February 1867

OHURCH, CONFERENCE. The West Australian Church of Eng land Magazine for February, contains more than the usual quantity of instruc tive, and interesting reading. The lead ing subject for the present month is, the proceedings of the Clerical and Lay Con ference, held at the Bishop's House, Perth, on the 24th ult., to consider, prin cipally, certain questions put by the Bishop of London to the Bishop of Perth, touching the position of the Church of England among 'themselves. The judgements recently given biy the highest legal authorities on the impor tant questions, raised by the actions of the Metropolitan of Cape Town, and Dr. Colenso, have disturbed, .and rudely shaken, the bond between the Mother Church in Engtgandc nd her daughters in the colonies: an'tit is desirable, for the furtherance of religion and the preven tion of schism, that the position of the Colonial Church, the powers and jurisdic tion of Colonial Bishop's should be clearly and precisely fixed by Legislative enact ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 February 1867

VICTORIA. 'The black cricketers, overmatched in ?Mel b iirne, have regained their laurels in the pri'nices. In Sydieyg they will no doubt raise-a sensation, even more lively than was created theri: and should they reach Eng land in good health an~,. ''-formZ'-as -there is no reason to doubt they will, by the fair weather route at a proper time of the year, they will assuredly be the 'lions of the season.. In the meantime, it is to be hoped that settlers who are favourably placed for bringing the abori gines under their influence will take a hint from the services of M?r: Officer and iMr. Wills, in creating in the aboriginal mind an interest in :civilized pursuits. The blacks need not all be:nade cricketers, and perhaps some settlers may even improve upon the idea. A great deal will be gained if the remaining years of the aboriginal race be made a little more en joyable than they were otherwise likely to be. It is an immutable law of Providence, that aslight dispels darkness, so civi...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Miscellaneous. MEMS. OF A MOTHER-IN-LAW. (Found jotted on the fly-leaves of a pocket book.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 February 1867

MEMS. OF A MOTHER-IN-LAW. (Found iotted on thefly-leaves ofa pocket book.) Mew. As soon as the young couple are com fortably settled, to write to invite myself to come and spend a week with them. MIem. To take my easy-chair and poodle, and spring mattress with me, and all the other household comforts I am used to. Mem. To sell the rest of my furniture, and give my landlord notice that I shall not require to be his tenant any longer. Mem. To take an edrly opportunity of con vincing Edward that, with an experienced person in the house, it is quite as cheap to provide for three mouths as for two. Mem. To give Jemima some instruction in the art of household bookkeeping, and show her how to put down a new bonnet now aud then under the unfathomable head of " Sundries" Mem. To maintain nry character for being quite an invalid because one is thereby certain of receiving such attention. Mem. To be ordered by my doctor to take hot suppers, and to get him to prescribe a glass of port wine negu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MELBOURNE. INTERCOLONIAL WOOL EXHIBITION. Jan. 19th. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 February 1867

MELBOURNE. INTEROOLONIAL WOOL EXHIBITION. Jan. 19th. This very important and interesting exhibition blosed yesterday, after being visited by Sir H. J. Manners, who ex pressed himself much pleased with the exhibits, which in number and value exceeded those of any former exhi bition. After His Excellency had inspected them there was a fpublic sale of wool, the attendance at which was very large, both the producers and purchasers of wool evidently taking a great interest in the results of the sale. As an index to the real value of the exhibits, we adduce the fact that the biddings were not only brisk, but in most cases the judge's valuations were ex ceeded; that the emulation called forth by these exhibitions has evidently done much good is quite certain, when we compare the prices realized at these last, with former sales, especially in the first three classes, the inferior qualities selling at Id. per lb., in excess of any former. sale. Samples of New South Wales wool from Messrs. Pe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE BISHOP OF LONDON'S CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 February 1867

THE BISHOP . OF LONDON'S CHARGE. It is with' profound sorrow that we have to record the contiinued' indisposition of the Bishop of London, better known as Dr. Tait, Dean of Carlisle ; at no time, much less at the present, could a greater calamity befal the Church of England than the translation of this most excellent prelate and God loving Christian to the company of those, who having faithfully discharged all their dnties in both capacities, are assembled round the head of the Catholic Church, in the fruition of that happi ness. reserved only for those who having faithfully preached the truth, hare evidenced their sincerity in its. belief, by a continued life of well doing. His great humility, his steady adherence to the leading principles of the " Great Insurrection of the human understand ing, against spiritual usurpations and superstiti ous practices," united to a desire to uphold the distinctive characteristics of the Anglican branch of the reformed Churches, combined, moreover...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LONDON & SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 February 1867

LONDON & SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY. At our Auction held this day the attendance was good, and biddings brisk, considering the character of the lately received European advices which were unfavourable to the expectations of pro ducers; the intelligeioce will not affect this market to the extent that might have deen anticipated, and so far as we can judge there is every reason to believe that settlers will be prepared to make concessions which will have the effect of promoting active operations.. M[uch of the Improvements in the quality of the cleaned Wools is to be attributed to the system of spout washing with warm Water. The introduiction of many species of native birds from the Mother count~ry inlto the neighbouring colonies has pjroved a domplete natural success; and nmost agreeable as well as acceptable cure for a natural evil, not only most injurious io the interests, but disgusting to the senses, odf'the Agricultural settler. Everywhere the fruits of the earth, 'just as...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 February 1867

NTIEVRJOOLONIAL NIEIWS, SYDNPEY, The Government have issued a reward of £5000 for the capture of Olarke and his gang, the murderers of Carroll and his party, consisting of three others besides himself; so deliberate and whole sale a slanghter Qf constables. has never occurred in the history of the colony, The four men who have lost their lives in the public service were engaged as secret police, for the special purpose of bretking up the gang, and were totally unconnected with Flynn's party, who had failed in effecting their capture, Carroll was formerly in the Police force, and latterly senior warder of Darling hurst jail, and played a part in obtaining information as to the gold stolen from Barwon; he was a man of great physical strength, undaunted courage, and with an intelligence far above his situation; having special reasons for thinking that he could get on the track of the outlaw, he offered to go in pursuit of him and his gang, and his offer was accepted; he chose for his a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 February 1867

FOR MADRAS. T?? TE fine fast-sailing Ship THE BB ID E, 1, 8 years, from 1866, will leave for the above. port with all possible des ,atch. ShTis offers a first-rate opportunity for hippers of horses.! . The Bride bIas superior accommodation for passengers. For freight or passage appiy to SC. A. MANNING, Fremantle, Or G. SHENTON, Perth. 'Fremantle, 30th January, 1867.'.- il: FOR ADELAIDE DIRECT. R E fine fast sailing barque. ST. MAGNUS, 450 tons burthen, JOSEPH WALSH, Com mander, having just ariived from Ade laide, will return to that Port with the greatest possible despatch, as she has-the chief portion of her cargo already en gaged!: For freight or passage apply !o-: .'": J. & W. BATEMAN.-: : Agents. . Frenantle, 1st January, 1857. eaIl;t['" :' ,^'SALE OF STOCK. :; Sheep, Horses, Cattle, Hay,,,: MRi. T. BAILEY ' Has been favored with instructions. from W,-W. HOOPS, ESQ., to Sell by Pub -:lic Auction, at his residence,: Wood-1 Slands, near York. On TfWRSDAY, 28thlof February,...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 February 1867

InDVIDnIAu, enterprise is, cQmparatively, of .no great value in the estimation, of comhinunities, no matter where they exist.' Men of worth, of energy, and industry, "whose very functions reflect the develop ment and well-being of a country, who carry along with them the tide of Fortune, over the languishings of their neighbours, are rated below their real worth, even by those whose labours they render productive, The majority of men's pursuits regard, exclusiyely, their. individual interests, unconlnected withb sources of supply, consequent on. pre exerted labour. Yet, it remains to. be acknowledged that, in the ruling efforts of the 'enterprising few, we must recog nise the head and front of the whole fabric of general welfare, They do more than contribute, in different ways, to strengthen and increase the material inteirests of ll--to make agriculture grow, and cominerce expandl In Australia the energy is rough, uncouth, it may be unreasonable ; but from the whole, emanates a rap...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 February 1867

THOMAS DAWES, :Board & Lodging House Keeper, OPPOSITE THE KIN&'S HEAD HOTEL, B OARID and Lodging on the most JL reasonable terms. A good TABLE and clean BEDS. FOrage and-Stabling for horses. THE HER.ALD starts on inde Pendent pinciples.. :Its: chief objee: will be the extensiidn ::of our commercial relations at home and abroad. The development of our natural and industrial re sources, and the diffusion of as mitch practical, instructive, and'_ aniusing information as 'its limits will permit. :Its colhmswill be open to all correspiohdents 'on thle usual terms and conditions; provided the sub ject matter of the correspondence contain nothing offensive to good morals or good taste.: . It will advocate no system, represent no class or party, but faithfully place before its readers every shade of ptiblic opinion on passing events,and questions of general and local interest and iumportance, ATURA FerallR7 ~SATURDAYS PEBRUARY li, 18.67. ,:

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHIPS BY A SANDALWOOD CUTTER. THE OLD SETTLER. (SUCCESSFUL). [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 February 1867

CHIPS BY A SANDALWOOD , CUTTER. THE OLD SETTLER. (SUCCESSFUL). If there's a man on earth I've more respect for than another, it's the old settler. If he hadn't had more brains in his head, more work in his hands, and a stronger moral nature than those among whom he lived, he never could or would have raised himself as he has done. People coming to the colony in these plea- sant times havn't the thinnest shaving of an idea of what those who came in its early days had to put up with. It was enough to dishearten and drive to despair such men as the Duke of Wellington, or Napoleon Bonaparte, let alone men who had, all their lives, been used to quiet English farm life, or following some calling requiring no great powers of endurance, either of mind or body. It's astonishing the pluck these men showed in battling for years, against dangers, hardships, and privations. Some of you who growl at the present hard times, and bestow all kinds of unnameable curses upon poor Swan River, and fancy ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EARL RUSSEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 February 1867

EARL RUSSEL. Just at this moment whenin all proba bilitytthe great political parties, face to face; on one all engrossing subject, are engaged a l'ourtrance, or in mortal c6mbat; a sketch of one who for more than half a century has played a conspicuous part, the type of the old oligarchical whig may not be inopportune.' History is best learned from the Biographies of the leaders of their times. The Biography of Talleyrand is the History of France, as the Biography of Pitt is the History of England, for the periods during which they respectively played their parts in the political history of the two countries, though a personage far inferior to them, there is much that is interesting and in structive in the sketch of the pigmy statesman, the magnus Apollo of a party effete if not alreadv extinct: The fortunes which attend worn-out statesmen are various. Schoolboy reminiscences suggest a cabbage garden or a school-master's desk as the retreat of those who have swayed empires. Emperors...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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