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LIFE'S LOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 10 August 1867

LIFE'S LOT. I know not if the dark or bright Shall be my lot ; If that wvherein my soul delight Be best or not. It may be mine to drag for years Toil's heavy chain ; Si :-Or day and night my meat be tears . On bed of pain. Dear faces may surround my hearth With smiles and glee ; S ...Or.-may dwell alone, and mirth : Be strange to me. : - bark is wafted to the strand SBy breath Divine: And on' the helm there rests a hand :'Other than mine. i.-One who has known in storms to sail I have on board; .- .Above the raging of the gale i I hear my Lord. -He holds me with the billow's might :I shall not fall ; If sharp, 'tis short; if long, 'tis light; S He tempers all. Safe to :the land-safe to the land, The end is this; And then with Him go hand in hand Far into bliss. Dean of Canterbury. ·? i t m ,? I | N " m

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE BRITISH LION. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 10 August 1867

THE BRITISH LION. The British Lion for a long..time -good naturedly consented to associate, as a guarantee of respectability, with a lady called Britannia, who used to sit, with a tea-board and toasting-fork,; on the reverse of our copper coins. At last he left the aforesaid lady, and never afterwards did anything under a shilling; but now as a royal animal, prefers crowns and half crowns. His aristocratic predilections are natural enough, for an illustrious personage always has him in her arms, and often exalts him above her crown" With our jolly tars he was an especial favourite. They fought for. him-swore by him. The main was their home, and they allowed their tails to grow to show their relationship; and when they put their claws, or, as they called them, grappling-irons, upon anything, they: never let go but with their lives; at the same time striking terror into their enemies with the loud roar of their cannon ; for they were never. known. to leave -off without going the whole...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE RECONCILIATION. A STORY OF TWO PROUD HEARTS. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 10 August 1867

THE RECONCILIATION. A STORY oF TWO PROm) HEARTS. C, ~ATER I. A mild May morning, fresh, and pleasant, and bright; the soft air full of the songs of happy birds ; the wild flowers lifting-up their heads in .the sun shine; and the green leaves rustling and waving in the woods, as if they were whis pering secrets to the gentle wind that stirred them. It was a lovely day--a day to be happy in; and yet a saddened look was visible on the sweet face of Faith Egerton, as she left the door of her house, and went slowly down the gravel walk that led to the road gate. Her home-the home of her husband, and children-was a pretty brown stone cottage overhung with vines, and sur rounded by beds of fragrant flowers. Behind the house was a level and beauti ful grove, in whose cool recesses she had often lain as a child, and watched the flickering light and shade come down upon the ground; for the earliest years of Faith, as well as these latter ones, had been spent in this quiet place. Here she had ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JOHN WESLEY'S FIRST "BUST," AND WHAT IT COST. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 10 August 1867

JQHN WESLEY'S FIRST "BUST," AID WHAT IT.COST. Caly, the eminent artist, one day said to Lord Shelburn, " My lord; perhaps you have heard of John Wesley, the founder of the Methodists ?" " 0, yes," etc., " that race of fanatics." "Well, my lord, Mr. Wesley had been urged to have his likeness taken,? but he al ways refused. One day he called on me on business, and I began the old subject. Well, said I, knowing you value money for the means of doing good, if you will grant my re=. quest, I will engage to give you ten guineas for the first ten minutes that you sit, andifor every minute that exceeds that time you shall receive a guinea." " ' What,' said Wesley,do I understand you aright, that'you will givejme'ten guineas for having my likeness taken? Well I agree to it,' ? " He then stripped off his coat, and lay on the sofa, and in 'ten minutes I had the most perfect bust I had ever taken. He then washed his face, and I counted to him ten guineas into his hand. "'Well,' said he, turning...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A WHISPER TO ROMANTIC YOUNG LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 10 August 1867

A WHISPER TOIROMANTIC YOUNG LADIES. ., crust of bread, a pitchcr of water, a L'satched roof, and love,-there's happiness .for you!. Girls ! that's a humbug ! The very thought of it makes me groan. It's:all: moonshine. In fact, men and moonshine in my dictionary are synonymous. Water and a crust ! rather spare diet ! May do for the honey-moon. D?on't make much difference then, whether you eat shavings or shrimps-but when you re turn to substantials, and your wedding dress is put away in a trunk for the bene fit of posterity, if you can get your hus band to smile on anything sort of a " sir loin " or a roast turkey, you are a lucky woman, Don't every married woman know that a man is as savage as a New Zealander when he's hungry ? and when he comes home to an empty cupboard and meets a dozen little piping mouths (necessary ac companiments of "cottages" and "love,") clamorous for supper, " Love will have the' sulks," or my name isn't Fanny. Lovers -have a trick of getting disen-: chante...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 10 August 1867

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. In future our Monthly Sum mary for England will be pub lished as a Supplement, and given gratis to subscribers. Country subscribcrs wishing it forwarded by each outgoing Mail' can dol so by sending the address to this ofice. The quarters subscription is due on. the 2nd August next, and we have to request our subscribers to pay their amounts to our agents as punctually as they can. A liberal discount will be allowed to persons paying in advance. Pay ments can be made in postage Stamps. J= SATURDAY, AUGUST o10, 1867.

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 10 August 1867

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, As you have ventilated the subjeet of" stow age surveys," &c. in your paperlI shall feel obliged by your:inserting the following, as some of your readers may not have had an opportunity, of seeing the W, A. Times of this days date, a portion of which forms an admirable commen tary upon the business like manner in which shipping agencies are conducted in Western Australia. LIONEL SAMSON. Fremantle, Aug. 9, 1867. We the undersigned agree to employ, at our joint expense, a-qualified Surveyor, who shall inspect, and report upon all damaged Cargo, bearing our respective marks, on board ships .trading to this Port. The expenses of such Surveys to be proportioned according to the value and number ofpackages which each firm shall have damaged and surveyed. LIONEL SAMSON, Fremantle. - ROBT. KING '" W. D. MOORE T. & H. CARTER & CO. " : -, M. HIGHAM . " FRANCISCO BROS. " J. & W. BATEMAN J. G. C. CARR Perth W. PADBURY & C...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 10 August 1867

WE remark with great 1satisfaction the uianimotis desire evinced both, by the governing and governed of this colony to manifest, in the best manner their limited means will permit, their devoted loyalty to the rule, and attachment to the person of our Royal and beloved Lady the Queen, and with the expression of those feelings. to combine a cordial and hospi table reception to the Sailor Prince her son, who has won the good opinion of all his mother's subjects by his devotion to his professional duties, as well as by the courtesy and modesty of his social bear ing on all occasions where he has made his appearance. -' Prince Alfred, is the second son of our beloved Queen, and has been specially educated, under the superintendance of his late excellent father, the Prince Con sort for the profession which he has made the subject of his choice. Until the marriage of his elder brother the Prince of Wales with the Princess Alexandra of Denmark, and the birth of two children, he was the Hei...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
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 — 10 August 1867

For the statements and opinions of our Corres pondents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, The old Roman poet Virgil pourtrays the peasant Tityrus reclining under a wide-spread ing beech tree chanting the praises of his patron, and in answer to his quondam friend Meliboeus he says " a God has done all this !" When I read that part of the Inquirer of the 31st July, descanting on the transcendently eminent qualities which (according to the truthful Editor) induced "nearly three-fourths " of the inhabitants, entitled from long resi "dence, station, and stake in the colony to "claim most consideration in public affairs," to get up spontaneously and without consult ing the Governor, a Memorial to the Secretary of State praying for a continuance of His Ex cellency's administration, I said "surely this must be friend Tityrus's God !" Looking over the list of signatures to the Memorial (with which the Editor obliges his Subscribers owing probably to the ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
DARING AND CLEVER ESCAPE OF NINE MEN FROM FREMANTLE PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 10 August 1867

DARING AND CLEVER ESCAPE OF NINE MEN FROM FREMANTLE PRISON. WE have read in novels and romances strange accounts of improbable escapes from dungeons and other places of con finement, but fact is ever stronger, than fiction, and the most improbable escape ever invented by novelist falls into the shade when compared with the actual occurrence that took place in this town on the evening of Thursday the 8th inst. The coolness and self-possession of the contriver and carryer-out of the escape is astonishing, while the wrath and con sternation among the officials when they discovered how successfully they had been done, may be better conceived than de scribed. The particulars are as follows : Somewhere about 3 past 5 in the evening, after the prisoners had, come in from the works, and the sentries had left the platforms on the prison walls, a person dressed in the uniform of a Warder passed out of the division in charge of eight men, deliberately unlocks the gates of the inner yard and pa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
REVIEW. Church of England Magazine for AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 10 August 1867

REVIEW. ChIurch of England .Magazine for .?. / "AUGUST. : This month's nmimber is deplorably deficient in original matter and. religious intelligence connected with our own conm munity. The success of such a periodical as this Magazine must depend principally on its contaning information on subjects in which its readers feel some kind of personal interest. The selections are judiciously made we admit, but. still they are not, and cannot be so i iteresting a: :what for want of a more, elegant exsi pression we call 'local intelligence.' It seems utterly impossiblethatnothing" can occur during a whole month through out the colony worth recording in the pages of this periodical. Are there no meetings held, no lectures given, no. I sermons preached,, no schools examined, no ministerial experiences, a - report :of" w.hich would be not only interesting. but instructive ? . If it is so, it is much ..to be., regretted, and in a measure justifies. the': charge sometimes made against the. cler...

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 10 August 1867

MR. and Mrs. Case's tour through the East ern Districts has been successful. They have had crowded houses, fine weather and general enthusiasm. Their entertainments: will form the chief topic of conversation among the younger members of settlers' families for some time. INTELLIGENCE having been received of portions of a wreck being found on the coast near Champion Bay, great interest was excited under the impression that it might be connected with' our missing coasters. The description of the articles found however, (in the opinion of men: competent to form ajudgement) is against this. Mr, Barlee on the part of the Government promptly endeavouredito engage a vessel to go in search. Messrs. Bateman however, declined the terms offered by the Government, viz. £3 per day. The Cutter Victoria, Harford, mas ter was subsequently engaged by the Govern ment at 30s. per day. AT the request of some of the friends of the Fremantle Working Men's Association, Mr. Irwin, Scripture Reader, per Norw...

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 10 August 1867

- To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, Will you afford a space in your valuable and impartial Journal for the benefit of your Perth subscribers, to give them an opportunity of an swering some, questions which follow, and at the same time enlighten the Ratepayers as regards the doings of the Perth City Council for the last-three years, especially as regards the trans actions of the memorable year 1864. On the 7th December 1863, Messrs. Carr, Maycock, Padbury, J. Chipper, M. Read. J, Ougden Jun,, and E. Birch were elected as the Perth City Council. Mr. Carr was appointed Chairman, and Mr. Farrelly continued in the duties of Supervisor. The Council assembled at its usual place of meeting on the 1st. January 1864, pre sent Mr. Carr, Chairman, Messrs. Maycock, Chipper, and Ougden. (Mr. Birch was not pre sent at the meeting) and nothing particular was said or done. On the 15th of the same month another meeting took place, on that occasion Messrs. Carr, Maycock, Chipper, and Ougden were again...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 10 August 1867

COMMISSARIAT. Sale of Surplus Stores per Convict Ship "Norwood." MESSRS. LIONEL SAMSON & SON, (GOVERNM?ENT AUCTIONERS,) WILL Sell by Auction at the Commis sariat Magazines at Fremantle, on . MONDAY, 12th August, 1867, at 11 ,o'clock precisely ; .UNDRY SURPLUS STORES, &c., O :: consisting of the usual articles :bf PROVISIONS, BEDDING, &c., &c. SALSO, A quantity of. empty Packinig- Cases, Casks, Kegs; &c., &c. .C. W. EICHBAUM, Assistant Commissary General. Commissariat, Fremantle, W. A. 3rd Aug., 1867. To follow the Commissariat Sale, on Monday, the 12th Inst. : MESSRS. LIONEL SAMSON, & SON; (GOVERNMENT AUCTIONEEls;) WILL Sell for the benifit of all parties concerned. - B.A . E BL AN-KE T S,-:. : EX. IVY. : TERMS CAS . - : Fremantle, 6th August, 1867. .IMPORTANT SALE BY AUCTION AT YORK. MR. THOMAS BAILEY HAs received instructions to Sell by Pub-' lie Auction at the New York Hotel, o'h SATURDAY, 10th August, 1867, (be ing his usua...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 10 August 1867

For Madras Direct. S THE fmne clipper ship A 1, 849 tons register, Mr. Frank Bristow, commander, will sail for the above port on or about the 15th of August next. Has ample and superior accommodation for cabin and steerage passengers. For freight (not being horses the space for which is all. engaged,) or passage Apply to, :. A. MANNING, Agent Fremantle. 'roainantle, July 25, 1867. Sale by Auction. MR. T. BAILEY HAs receivedginstructions from Mr. John Fleay, to Sell by Public Auction, at his residence Gilgarring Beverly, on WEDNESDAY, 20thNovember, 1867. At 12 o'clock precisely. 3 000 SHEEP (more or less), Consisting of EWES and TERMS AT TI-E OF SALE. For Further particulars apply to the Auctioneer. Auction and General Agency office, York, 17 July, 1867. - YORK. MONTHLY SALE. M4R. 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 parti...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 10 August 1867

r8IARRRTED. FAUNTLEROY-SCOTT-On the 1st in stant at Geraldton, by theRev. G. R. Howard, B. A. William Robert, eldest son of Robert Fauntleroy Esq. of Redcliffe near Guildford, to Sophia, third surviving daughter of the late Daniel Scott Esq. of Fremantle. [WE are under the unpleasant necessity this week--to use a parliamentry phrase of ' Swallowing a Leek'-not the Crown Solicitor-arising from our having mis taken the date of the departure of the Enmma. We read the date of her arrival at Port Walcot, as given in MLr. Sholl's despatch, printed in the Inquirer of the 10 ultimo, as the 1st of January, instead of the 31st, which would not have allowed of her sailing from this port on the 22nd January. Our eyesight is bad, the print was small, and the '3' bad provokingly hidden itself under the parenthesis, with the malicious intention of involving us in a wordy quarrel with our respected contemporary. We humble beg the Inquirers pardon, for having mistaken his figures and cry Psccavi. ] ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 10 August 1867

ARRIVALS. August 5,-Favorite, 48 tons, Lakey, bmster, from Champion Bay and Port Gregory.. Pas sengers-Miss Shennan, W. Smith and. two, sons, Mr. and Mrs. Healey and child, and Mrs. Chapman. Cargo-sundries. ' Same day,- Swan called in from Champion Bay with a cargo of wheat for Bunbury, and cleared out on the same day for that port. 7.--. Sea Bird, 50 tons, M. O'Grady, master, from Champion Bay and Bunbury. Passengers ---Mr. and Mrs. Hicks and family from Cham pion Bay; and 5 prisoners from Bunbury. Cargo sundries. DEPARTURE. August 3.-Arabian, 25 tons, J. O'Grady, master, for Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers Messrs. Smith and Richberg. Cargo sundries. . Same day.- Sea Spray 34 tons, H. O'Grady, master, for Champion Bay. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Von Bibra, Dr. Elliot, and J. Patman. Cargo sundries. 7.- Victoria-12 tons, Harford, masterpon a searching .expedition along the coast.-to. the northward of Fremantle. Chartered by' the Local Government, with 4 pkgs. provisions. CLEARED OUT. Aug...

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Notice to Correspondents. Correspondents are requested to forward the communications intended for insertion, on or before Wednesday morning, except when the subject treats of passing events, in which case they can be received as late as Thursday morning. HOLE IN THE WALL: [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 10 August 1867

R.otirt to Coarreponl3mtltti. Correspondents are requested to forward the communications intended for insertion, on or before Wednesday morning, except when the subject treats of passing events, in which case they can be received as late as Thursday morniug. HOLE IN THE WALL :-We have received a communication from Moondyne Joe, but as it contains unpleasant personalties, we objected to publish it. You had better write to the Super- intendent of Police if you wish to know the real cause why he and Graham have not been   captured. We decline to say "whether we think the authorities are waiting for some set- tler to arrest them." It certainly is cheaper, and safer, (quoad the police) than sending the police after them, but hardly so sure. TIMID :-Make your mind easy, for though we asserted that Mr. and Mrs. Case's perform ances, "brought down the house," the! Odd Fellow's Hall is still standing. If you attend the performance to be given on Tuesday next you will witness for...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 August 1867

91f~tiaantoug. .FIT FOR THE LAw.-An old lady walked into. a lawyer's office lately, when the following conversation took place: Lady.-Squire, I called to see if you'd like. to take this boy and make a lawyer of him. Lawyer.-The boy appears veryyoung; howi,: old is he ? Lady.-Seven years, sir. Lawyer.--He is too young-deideidly too: young. Have you no older boys? Lady.-Oh yes, I have several; but ve have concluded to make farmers of the others. I told my good man I thought that this little feller would make a first-rate lawyer, and so. I called to see if you would take him. Lawyer.-No ma'am, he is too young yet to commence the study of the law. But why do you think this boy so much better calculated for a lawyer than the other sons ? Lady.-Why, you see, sir, he is just seve years old to-day: when he was only five, he' lie like all nature; when he got to be six, he was sassy and impudent as any creature could be; and now he'll steal everything he can lay his hands on. A CAREFUL BROTHE...

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BELLE OE THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 August 1867

BELLE OE THE BALL. By Miles O'Reilly. Oh, Lady of Kinsa Dear girlof nimy-heart, With your teeth of cut pearl Wherethe crimson lips part ; : . And a breast o'er whose white hills With beauty aglow, The blue veihlets wander ;.Like streams through the snow How proud is her glance, Y::-:: et how kindly to all, 'As they halt in the dance . For my Belle of the Ball! My Lady of Kinsa! How royal her grace, . -:.!:· .Yet how bright and how gentle n :i - And winsom her face:: And her eyes large and blue, Are as soft as a fawn's, And her smile is as genial As midsummer davns ; And her wealth of brown hair- ::/ See its hues rise and fall, ; ' .Golden, chestnut, and'fair- , In my Belle of the Ball. My lady of Kinsa I S In silverand green, By the sceptre of beauty:.::. A:: . - true Irish Queen; : As~she raises her train, - - For the dancers are fleet See how small in their white . i;;. . Satin buskins her feet ;, " Oh I to be but caressed By the white arms that:fall: To the partner now blessed .....

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