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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 August 1867

7LocaI *nttifgertc. WE understand that there is a probability that we shall 'ere long have a new ruler in the person of Col. Sir Arthur P. Phayre, an officer who has earned a distinguished reputation dur ring a long administration of public affairs in the Arracon, Tenasserim, and Burmese provin ces of India, and from the information we have received, we think there can be very little doubt on the subject. THE flour per Twinkling-Star to Madras soldat £25 per ton. There are 70 tons now going for ward to that place per Norwood. It is probable we may hear something from India by next Mail regarding the establishment of Stud Dep6t in this colony. The Emily Smith just arrived from King George's Sound has brought up about 100 tons of cargo saved from the unfortunate barque Lady Lyttleton. We understand that there are yet about 25 tons of goods to come on here. About 50 tons of the vessel's cargo were jet tisoned and something like a similar quantity sold by auction at Albany in consequenc...

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COMMERCIAL. London, June 26, 1867 [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 August 1867

COMMEtiURAL. (From our own Corrsponldent,) London, June 26, 1867 Since my last letter there are few changes of any importance to mention. Bu siness recovers but slowly from the shock it sustained last year, and speculators seem in cimed to restrict their operations within the closest possible limits. Our second series of wool sales.which com menced on the 16th May, will close on the 29th inst., instead of 6th July as was originally intended. Up to date. 25,593 Bales N. S. Wales & Queensland 57,983 " Victoria 19,149 " South Australia 2,207 " Western Australia 7,311 .. 'Tasmania 24,320 :. New Zealand 27,001 '. Cape 163,564 Bales have been catalogued,and about 17,000 Balesare still to be disposed of, so the recommenda tion of the Committee to admit only such vessels as arrived up. to the 9 ult. has been acted on, as the totalarrivals to 16 ult. were 213,484 Bales. As the sales progressed, and the total quantity to be offered was found to be re stricted, prices improved, and may...

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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 August 1867

Sotire to &orrtponbtnt , Correspondents are requested to forward the commiuniications intended]hor insertion, onor beJore Wednesday morning, except when the subject treats of passing events, in which case they can.be received as late as Thursday morniug. A STALL.-We sympathize with you in your dis appointment at not seeing "Anx:ous." Don't despair ;-though not written at the time it was referred to, it may yet appear. IN&QJEREa.-We cannot infor n you in what way the "exercise of;the visible faculties has the effect of creating obesity. Momentos, is not a synonym of souvenirs.

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LONDON, JUNE 11, [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 August 1867

S LONDON, JUNE 11,i A mission is going to Vienna and to St. Petersburg to invest the Emperor of Austria and the Czar of Russia Twith the Order of the Garter. The Order will be' conferred on the Sultan of Turkey during his stay in London. . Colonel Bowring, the Commissioner of Mysore, declares that there isnothing among the records at the Mysorb Resi dency supporting the view that the treaty with the Rajah was of a personal nature. Splended. f~tes have been given in Paris in honour of the Czar, who left yesterday for Russia. Latest advices from Constantinople state that a reinforcement of eight hundred Turks had been despatched to Crete. At the Merchant Tailors' annual dinner, Mr. Disraeli made a speech vindicating the policy and conservative character of the Reform Bill. At the trial trip of the new Indian transport EupBrates the speed attained was 149 knots per hour. The Belgian Volunteers who are about to visit England will be conveyed from Antwerp to Gravesend in H. M. S. Serapis...

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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 — 17 August 1867

utauiffr @pinion. '. . For the statements and opinions of our Corres pondents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, A writer in your paper of the 3rd instant who signs himself Yorkite has in the first para graph of his courteous and self-denying letter made a most wilful mistatement and a most incorrect assertion. He says my letter was written in mycapacity as Sec., of Y. A. Society and that I was actuated by personal pique against the Honourable member of Grove Farm. Sir, this mistatement may appear a very small matter to this anonymous writer, but many members of that Honourable Society may look, at it in a very different light. His assertion as to my motives are equally incor rect, I assure you, I never had, nor have the sligbtest personal ill-feeling, either against Mr. Hardy or any other member of our present council. I have read over the letterhe alludes to, and see nothing in it that I regret or would wish to retract except a few words atthe...

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MILDRED GAUNTLETT. CHAP. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 August 1867

MILDRED GAUNTLETT. B i LB7y'isutowr of tAe oldf 3 624omIe. :CIAP: I.. W peeing bitterly, she fell a, the feet'of tihe old cavalier, and clasping his knees, gasped out, " Oh, my father, "do not curse him, do not blight my life and hap piness. For my mother's. sake, now a saint and angel, do not, oh do not smite me and him with this fearful stroke." ." Mildred," and his voice was deep and stern, " this Thurston Brancepath has raised his hand against my King, he hath cast in his lot with the traitor Crom well, he hath accepted a commission un der the so-calledParliament, he hath fore sworn his allegiance, he hath forfeited my favour, and never more shall he look upon thy face; never more shall he, if I know it, greet me or mine, except in the serried ranks of battle, or the assault of arms. God do .so to me and more also, should he cross my path, if I do not smite him down." And Sir Hugh Gauntlett of of Haverbrowe gripped his sword with a fierce and angry gesture, and laid his hand wit...

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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 August 1867

To the Editor of The Herald. : SIR,- Permit an outsider, for his own amusement, to offer a few comments upon Mr. C..A. Man ning's very amusing letter, published in your last issue. Though I am an outsider, I am deeply interested in the subject, and have care fully perused the whole of the correspondence, from Tribune's first to Mr, Manning's last pro duction. If I understand rightly, Tribune showed that_ there was something queer about the Stowage Certificatesgiven under the hand of the late Har bor Master ; and, that this impression is very generally shared in by Consignees is proved by the faeti that the principal importers are willing to incur the expense of employing a Surveyor whose integrity they can confide in, Tribune's attack elicited a rejoinder from the Agent, who asserted that "'all packages showing signs of damage were surveyed previous to being broken out, and a certificate of their being properly stowed (if so) given." 'those parties most deeply interested appear ?ith...

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THE MASQUERADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 August 1867

SE :MASQUEEADE. I iad stopped at the last relay before . entering Berlin expressly for the purpose S of viewing the town by daylight. It was .a useless precaution, for it snowed as I never saw it snow before. The sleet was perfectly blinding, and nothing, I am con vinced, but the din of the postilion's horn saved us from being overrun a hundred times. 'I orderedd th6e, coachainiai' -to stop at `Mynhee:Za moislis a restalurateur to wh ic: w I h nad b reco6n-mren6ded as"a,:'ci. fortableabodefdr bachelois wlierriiner was fuiriished' dl niue, where the nap klrinswere f a respeca lo vhiteness, and the:attendants ready and civil. I' was. S.dceived, -miserably. deuded, but as it is .. ot my object todilate:uponi the number Sless muisances which at this time abounded Sina griat' inn of a great contiiental cap Sital Ipss'it over. 'Myn ier's ossessed one advantage, for which, however inay have felt then, I now feel ..that I ou6ght to have overlooked all its inconveniences. It was situated on ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 August 1867

ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL S. THE English and Colonial Mails arrived on the 10th. There is nothing very sen sensational either at Home or abroad. Ere this, the game of Battledore and Shuttlecock, at which the two leaders of the great Political parties have been so long engaged has been played out. Mr. Disraeli, by his dexterous man agement has succeeded in overcoming the strong instincts, and hereditary preju dices of his bucolic followers, and by his impassive temperament baffled every manoeuvre, calculated to provoke irrita tion, come from what quarter it might, whether an open enemy or an offended friend. Now that the shuttlecock, which has been bandied to and fro for such a length of time has dropped to the ground, men begin to question each other, and ask how will the new bill work ? It is quite clear that political power is taken out of the hands of the middle classes, conferred on them, and limited to them by the Reform Bill of 1832, and transferred for all practical purposes to tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 August 1867

FOR BALE.. SMIXED LOT of SHEEP, consist ing of about 300 GOOD 33REED ING EWES, 150 WETHER TEGS, 100 MIXED LAMBS, and 50 CULLS, the latter-: quite able to bring another lamb or two. The SHEEP can be seen by intending purchasers in their wool, and will be de iverable immediately after shearing. For further particulars apply to the undersigned. The SHEEP are running at Seabrook, anid can be inspected on any appointed day. E. BROOKMAN. Seabrook, August 8, 1867. YORK AGRICULTUnAL SOCIETY. T HE following is the list of Prizes to e competod for- at the next Annual Meeting of the above Society, to beheld on WEDNESDAY, the 23rd of October next: HORSES. £ s. d. 1st prize, the best Imported Horse adapted for breeding for exportation 5 0 0 2nd prize, second best do. do. do. 3 0 0 1st do., best Imported CartEntire 5 0 0 2nd do., second best do.. 3 0 0 1st do., best Colonial Cart Entire 5 0 0 2nd do., second best do. 3 0 0 1st do., best Colonial Entire adapted for breeding for exportation 4 0 0 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 August 1867

For Madras Direct. _ THE fine clipper ship 'o*. O 0 D 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 S-Apply to, 0. A.,MANNING, = ' : " remantle. : : Fromantle,July 25, 1867. Sale by Auction. MR. T. BAILEY HAs received instructions from Mr. John S Fleay, to Sell by Public Auction, at his residence Gilgarring Beverly, on S WEDNESDAY, 20thNovember, 1867. At 12 o'clock precisely. "3 0a 0 SHEEP (more or less), . ?M.3S. Consisting of EWES and TERMS AT ThIE OF SALE. For Further parzticulai's apply to the Auctioneer. - Auctiontand General Agency office, York, 17 July, 1867. 5 I YOR K. :; MONTHLY SALE.:- : . THOIMAS BAILEY begs to inform the settlers of the York ::;Distiiot, that he- will hold a Sale:by Public Auction on the York Fair Ground o n the second Saturday in eac...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 August 1867

.THE people of Fremantle have taken tlhe alarm from some .cause or other, lest they should be debarred an opportunity of expressing those sentiments of loyalty and satisfaction which most of us willfeel on the occasion of the expected ?isit of ·the sailor Prince.: We do not knowi what may have given rise to it, but there is.abroad an impres sion that ~the Committee of management, or whatever they call themselves, intend to take things into their own:hands, and t~hat; everything will. be so arranged as to appear as if it emanated from the people of the Metropolis. Without going so far as to share every opinion we have heard expressed upon this subject, we think, nevertheless, tlhat it is very likely there may be a great deal of truth in what has been said. We do not, of course, suppose that His Royal Highuness will be induced to land at mid night, and allow himself to be smug gled over the "Bar," in the Water Police Boat, to Perth. Neither do we believe there is the slightest truth i...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 17 August 1867

Blippitng 3Intclimittce+ ARRIVED. August 12.-Ship PALESTINE, 427 tons, W. C. Carpenter, master, from London. Passengers Mr. and Mrs, Mayhew, Messrs. Walker; and Fane in the cabin ; and 52 government steerage emigrants. Same day,--EmILr SmITr, D.avidson, master from Adelaide viA King George's Sound. Passen gers-J iMIortimer and Son. and J. Davidson. 13.-LITTLE EASTERN, 12 tons, Goss, master, from Vasse. Cargo--Quantity timbgft aid sundries. CLEARED OUT. August 12.-FFAvor ITE, 48 tons, Lakey, mas ter for Champion Bay, and Port Gregory.. Passengers-Mrs. Chapman, Mr. anld MMi's.: Bira Mr. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Dalton tand 4 child ren, and 4 prisoners. Cargo-Quantity timber. SAILED. The SRATHIMORE and FAVORITE, on the 14th inistant. Mlanifests of the PALESTINE andEEMILY SMITH shall be given next week. . S eTRDY, GUST 17,r1867 SATURDAY, AUGUST ·17, ~1867.

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR,- Although I have been for some weeks silent on the subject of " Monopolies," I have not for that reason been the less attentive to what was passing around me.. I have but waited until events, which I foresaw must happen sooner or. later, could he cited in_ support. of statemente. put forward in my former papers upon this - subject. For example ;-I stated in my second paper that, if a ship could be proved to have been unseaworthy at the commencement of her voyage, losses, arising from damage dore to cargo while in such ship, must fall upon the owners.. The Tartar, and Lady Louisa are known to have been unseaworthy when they left this port, and we have a still later instance. before us inthe case of the Strathmore. She damaged goods on her outward voyage to, a. considerable extent, yet, she was laid on for . China, and cargo was put on board without the question of herfitness or unfitness for the intended voyage ever being asked by the easy going, goo...

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MR. AND MRS. GEORGE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

MR. AND: MRS. GEORGE CASE. This talented lady and gentleman havegiven two of their clever entertainments, in the Odd Fellow's Hall, which on each oc casion, was crowded to the doors. Both Mr. Case and Mrs. Case (Miss Grace Egerton), are accomplished performers. Mr.. Case as a musician, and Mrs. Case as an actress, a danseuse and a singer. They have made themselves a world wide reputation, and the notice they may receive fromthe Press of this little colony will.in no, way affect their reception in another country.. It willhowever, be grateful to them to.know. that, their talents even here can be un derstoodand appreciated, and though their trip here may not be so, successful in a pecuniary way as many others they have made, yet we question whether they ever received a warmer reception than on. Monday evening last at Fre mantle. Nothing equalto these entertainments has ever been: given in the colony, and in all probability many years will elapse before we shall have anything presented...

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THE ESTIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

THe ESTIMATES. ,.. In resuming our analysis of the Colonial B udget we find ourselves considerably embar rassed from the chronic custom o~lumping to S: . gether large amounts of expenditure. No doubt the consideration and drawing up of this document has occupied the careful at tention of his Excellency, and he has honestly endeavoured to put forward a bonL fide statement of how these large sums have Sbeen expended and it may be for all we out siders know satisfactory to the Executive Council. The public have long since lost all faith in the ompetence of that imbecile body as well as i. its disposition to interfere with the head tf'the Executive in the views he may take cas to how the public revenues are to be appro priated. : - Blame does not solely attach to the Execu tive Council; ever since the formation of the : Colony, grave complaints of the appropriation of the public revenues have been made against sucesive.,.Governors, and in no instance have ":' ie noii?, ee members presse...

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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 — 24 August 1867

For the statements and opinions of our Corres pondents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. To the Editor of The Herald. 81Ra, 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 sa;id "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 ...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1867. In order to afford all persons an opportunity to testify their loyalty and to join in the de monstration to be made in honor of His High. ness The Duke of Edinburgh, should he visit the Colony, the following programme of proceedings, arranged by the Committee appointed to co operate with His Excellency The Governer in receiving and entertaining His Royal Highness, and which has His Excellency's approval, is published for general information : So soon as the arrival of H; M. S. GaIatea is known in Perth, His Excellency The Gover ner will go on board, and welcome His Royal Highness, and offer him the hospitality of Go vernment House, during his stay in this Colony. His Excellency proposes that the Chairman and the Secretary of the Committee should ac company him, and should ascertain whether The Duke will be pleased, on his landing at Fremantle, to accept an address from the in habitants of the Colony. A Triumphal Arch will be erected on t...

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DARING AND CLEVER ESCAPE OF NINE MEN FROM FREMANTLE PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

DAR?ING AND CLEVER ESCAPE OF NINE MEN FROM FREMANDTLE 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 koccurrence that took place in this town &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 ½ 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 rperson dressed in the uniform of a Warder passed out of the division in charge of eight men, deliberately unlocks the gates of the inner ...

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Mining Reports. REPORT No. 51. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

huimng qports. REPORT No. 51. SIR,-. I beg to forward you my Monthly Report of Mine, .calling yonr attention to the following points of operation No. 1 Stope back 40 S. W.-Working by 2 men ; lode 5 feet wide, composed of spar and Lead, producing for the latter 24 tons per fat hom. No 2 stope back, 40 S. W. Working by 2 men, lode 8 feet wide, producing 3- tons Lead Ore per fathom. . No. 3 Stope back 40 S. W. Working by 2 men at £4 per fathom, lode 2 feet wide, pro ducing 24 tons Lead Ore per fathom. No. 1 Stope. back 30 S. W. Working by 2 men £3 per fathom lode 2 feet wide, producing 2 tons Lead Ore per fathom. No. 2 Stopes back, 30 S. W. Working by 2 men, at £3 per fathom ; lode 4 feet wide, pro ducing 1 ton Lead Ore, 2 tons Copper Ore per fathom. No. 3 Stopes back, 30 S. W. Working by 2 men, at £3 2s 6d, per fathom; lode 24 tons Lead Ore per fathom. No. 2 A. Stopes back, 20 S. W. Working by 2 men, at £2 10s per fathom; lode 2 -feet wide, producing 3 tons Lead Ore per fat hom. No. 2...

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