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VISIT OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

--SIT OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. WE remark with great satisfaction the unanimous 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 ak 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 Q(ueen, and has been specially educated, under the superintendance of is late excellent father, the Prince Con ort 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, ...

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 — 24 August 1867

aublit @ pinont For the statements and opinions of our Corres pondents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, Having seen a letter in one of your recent issues signed' A Cheerful Ratepayer,' I looked anxiously for some explanation from the Com mittee of Ratepayers at Perth, but as no such explanation was given, the Rate Payers of Perth have room to suspect that they are un fairly dealt with. But if such be the case at Perth, how much worse are we off at Fre mantle ? Nearly all the Committee with their'President, reside in the principal streets of the town, and it is plain to be seen that, whilst the principal streets are well laid out, kept in first rate repair, and furnished with side walks, in some places flagged, other parts of the town are so sadly neglected, that the inhabitants are over their shoe ties in sand, whenever they stept outside their threshold. Yet the most neglected lot in Fremantle pays as much Town Rates as the most highly prized...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FREMANTLE RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

FREMA.NTLE RETAIL PRICE CURRENT., Fresh Meat 6d. to 7d. per lb.. Ham Is. 9d.. Bacon ls: 6d. to is. 9d.? '" Pork is. Fowls 5s. to 7s. per pair Butter fresh 2s. 2d. per ib. salt ls. 8d. per lb. Potatoes lid. "" Cabbage 2d. to 2-. " Oranges 3d. each - Eggs 2s. 6d. per doz.· Milk . 3d. per pint Bread 4d. per 21b. 1oaf? Firewood 10s. per cord. PRESENTATION:OF A MEMORIAL TO HIS ?*x CELLENCY.--Or Monday last the 19th., a depu-: tation waited upon his Excellency to present for the purpose ofbeing forwarded to the Se cretary of State for the Colonies-a Memorial praying a continuance of Governor Hampton in office. A flattering address was read, to, which' His Excellency replied in suitable terms. The following gentleman composed the deputation : lMr. JohnW. Iardey, M. L. C., Mr. S. A. Barker, Mr. Walter Padbury, Mr. Thomas C. Gull, Mr. George Glyde, Mr. Joseph Ilardey, Drl Waylen, Mr. Charles A. Manning, Mr. George Shenton, Mr. Alexander Francisco, Rev, James M. Innes, Mr. Richard Hardey, M1r...

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

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, I have read attentively the enlightened (?) correspondence which has recently appeared in your columns, having reference to the pro posed employment by the consignees of cargo, of a surveyor appointed by themselves, to in spect and report upon all damaged goods in which they are interested-a right and justifi able proceeding, perfectly practicable, to. all men of common sense experienced in shipping business. As my name was attaehed to the letter so insultingly alluded to by Mr. C. A. Manning in his absurd production of the 7th instant, I would take leave to remind him that a Ship Agent has no more to do with my goods than any other person, provided I pay the freiht. Nor am I compelled to receive the opinion of his Surveyor or act as he pleases to dictate-it is a custom so generally adopted, in all Bri tish ports, for consignees to act in the wav now proposed that I never before heard an objec tion raised. On principles of equity and com mon fairnes...

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COMMERCIAL, TRADE &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

COMM?ERCIAL, TRADE &c. The news by the last European Mails, which were delivered in Perth on the 10th instant, of a still further decline in the price of wool, has not tended to eniliven trade, which remains much in the same conditiqn as last month. We hope how. ever in our next to report an improve ment, This is generally a slack time, the condition of the roads in a measure. preventing trafic. As shearing and har vest time approach no doubt trade will revive. The supply of all kinds of stocks is quite equal to tae demand, and expected arrivals will more than meet any anticipated increase in up coutry orders. & large quantity of Wool packs and corn sacks are to arrive per Fitzroy, which we learn from M[r. L. Samson's price cir cular will be disposed of at last year's rates, vir., Packs 4s. 6d. each, Sacks 16s. per doz., at 3 month's credit. The liour market is very dull, an d best brands are disposecd, of with difficulty at £14 to £14 10s. Stocks continue heavy, and...

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CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. HOW OLD WAGGLETONGUE WAS GOT TO SIGN THE MEMORIAL FOR THE GOVERNOR TO REMAIN HERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. HOW OLD WAGGLETONGUE WAS 'GOT TO SIGN THEI MEMORIAL FOR THE GOVERNOR TO IREMAIN HERE. Now I aint myself got a word to say agin the Governor. He never did me no harm, and I don't know as he ever did me much good; but then it can't be ex pected that he can take notice of every body, especially of a chap as is up in the bush and aint much of a chance of 'scrat tin' great folk. There aint much chance I often says for any, of us poor settlers ever gettin' anythin' out of Governors we're too far off. Them people in Perth and Fremantle has the opportunity, and my eye, don't they know how to improve it." Nothin' ask nothin' get' they says, and so they're continually pesterin' the Governor for somethin' either in the papers or by deppetation. But as I just said, I aint nothin to say agin Mr. Hamp ton myself, the' as I told you a good time ago he very near smothered me with dust a tearin by in that kind of a thing he has like a hearse with the top off. Well he's...

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MONTHLY SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

MONTHLY SUMM[ARY. We submit our summary in a new form to dbi subscribe's;,.by which they will re peive the news of ther month in a more complete manner, leaving the .colimns of the paper open for fresh news and mat ters. - We shall confine ourselves to a. brief :' review of the several rsibjects treated of - in our columfis during* the last month. At this mon~ant, the all absorbing sub ject, and. one on which every Colonial rtakes an interest, is-the visit of the Sailor Prince. That he will hbe well received is certain, loyal as are.the subjects of our beloved Queen in, the Motheir Country, the feeling intensifies in proportion to the distance of her Colonial subjects from the object of their attachment; if to this we add the claims of the youthful sailor upon our sympathies and good will, we think that we can assure him a cordial, if not a very imposing reception. We could wish the arrangements as to --: -the manner of preparing for the reception were more in accord with these feel...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

-Extensive and Final Sale of Damaged Wheat, "EX SALVIA," Forthe Benefit of all Parties concernei MESSRS. LIONEL BAMSON AND SON HAvE received instructions to Sell by Auction, at the LARGE CUSTOM HOUSE STORE, adjoining the Cornm missariat Bu3;ldings, Fremantle, on TUESDAY, the 27th August THE whole of the Damaged Wheat ex "Salvia." Sale to commence at 11 o'clock. TERMas CASH. Fremantle; 22nd Aug., 1867. Sale by Auction. MR. JOHN WELLARD WItr. Sell by Public Auction at his resi dence, Henry Street, Fremantle, on THURSDAY, 22th August,' 1867 : HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, con sisting of-Tables, Sofas, Cloo?s, Glass-ware, &c., &c. Kitchen Utensils, &c., £c. Sale to commenee at 11 o'cloc? : . : Terms at Time of-Sale. " F Fremantle, 22nd August, 1867. Sale by Auction for the bene fit of all parties concerned. SMR. C. A. MANNING . WIIa. Sell by Auction at his Store, next the Custonm House, on TUESDAY, t~he 27th inst., at? 11 o'c!ock, the following ex hIy. U· ILLAGED Quarter ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

For Madras Direct, SHE fine clipper ship ^ T. NOR IO OD 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. F. iroma J 25 1867. Sale by Auction. MR. T. BAILEY HAs received instructions from Mr. John Fleay, to Sell by Public Auction, at his residence Gilgarring Beverly, on WEDNESDAY, 20thNovember, 1867. At 12 o'clock precisely. 3 00 SHEEP (more or less), ,13 V Consisting of [EWES and LA MBS. ' TERMS AT TIME OF SALE. For Further particulars apply to- the Auctioneer. Auctionrand General Agency office, - York, 17 July, 1867. J TYOR K. . ONTHLY SALE. W/IJ7. THOMAS BAILEY begs to -.1L 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 mo...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

SOME little time since, the question of an alteration in the existing Land Regula tions excited a good deal of attention. .A. Memorial was got up and sent about the country for signatures, with the usual success - everybody signed it - but wthether, after careful consideration, and upon conviction that an alteration was necessary, or merely because they were asked; is uncertain; our experience would lead us to a belief in the last. Numerous letters appeared in the public journals expressing different opinions on the subject, and it was understood that, Hirs Excellency tho' at first opposed to any alteration, had been convinced of the ne cessity of a change, and was prepared to listen to suggestions and recommended a revision. This may be the case or it may not; it does not however in any way affect the principles of the question. The Land question, admittedly a most difficult and puzzling subject for Colonial States men-is of the greatest importance to future generations, as well as...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

MtAR RIED. , FAUNTLEROY-SCOTT-On the Ist 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 tlhe late a. niel Scott Esq. of Fremantle.

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SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

SUMbMARY OF NEWS. WE understand that there is a probabiity: that we shall 'ere long have a new ruiler in the person of Col. Sir Arthur P. Phayre, an offices who has earned a distinguished reputation dur ring a long administration of public affairs in thle 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. It is probable we may hear something froni India by next Mail regarding the establishment of Stud Dep6t in this colony. ON Thursday the 8th instant a man named John Gardiner, in the employ of John Alder, dis covered the remains of a human body half-but ried in the sanid near Careening Bay Garden Is land. On removing the body above high water mark, Gardiner found attached to it a pair of elastic sided boots and a pair of tweed trousers. By these articles it was recognised as that of the late respected Harbor Master, Capt. Hard ing, who was drowned with four of his crew on the 23rd o...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

An Irishman having been obliged to live with his. master some time in Scotland, when h:e came back, some of his companions asked how he liked Scotland. 'I will tell you now,' said he, ' I was sick all the while I was there; and if I had lived there till this time, TI had been dead a year ago' MASTER uND MANr.--If a gentleman breaks a horse's heart, he only "a bowld rider ;' while a poor servant is "a careless blackguard" for only taking the sweat out of him. If a gentle man dhrinks till he can't see a hole in a ladder, he's only "fresh ;" but "dhrunk" is the word for a poor man. And if a gentleman kicks up a row he's a "fine spirited fellow," while a poor man is a " disorderly vagabone" for the same, and the justices axes the one to dinner, and sends the t'other to jail. Oh, faix, the law is a dainty lady-she takes people by the hand who can afford to wear gloves; but people with brown fists must keep their distance. How DOES TIHE POT BOIL.-A certain noble, man a courtier, in the be...

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THE SONG OF THE PERI. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

S THE SONG OF THE PERI. L : : Oh I lhasten, love to my wild rose bow'r,?:: Where countless sweets exhale; :IZovebreathes in every opening flow'r i - S;And lulls the fanning gale, : O'er landand sea S Iroam'd for thee, : O'er billow. stream and fountain . Then hither, hither come to me, : And rest thee by the fountain, . ,..: .Tis my birth-day morn, and the Pen world - In breathless bliss lies bound ; My airy elves have their pinions furl'd And.quiet reigns around. . ,.: O . 'er land and sea I roam'd for thee,. Ocer billow stream. un~ mountainr . Then hither hither come to me, And rest' tlieeby the fountain. -.. Oh I come to the soft delights that vie: . With earth and all its treasure,-': :.. STo our fairy feast, oh ! draw anigh . And quaff the draught of pleasure. " O'er land and sea I roam'd for thee. -': O'er billow, stream, and mountain . . ::: Then, hither, hither, haste to me, And rest thee by the fountain. ~~ · '~• ·

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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

ttbu lit @'pinfon. 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 Yorhite has in the first para graph of his courteous and self-denying letter made a most wilful mistatemunt and a most incorrect assertion. He says my letter was written in my capacity 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 tod my motives are equally incor rect, I assure you, I never had, nor have the slightest personal ill-feeling, either against Mr. Hardy or any other member of our present council. I have read over the letter he alludes to, and see nothing in it that I regret or would wish to retract except a few words at the ...

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

DUKE OF EDINBURGH. THE'people of Fremantle hae taken the 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 will feel Son the occasion cf the expected visit of the sailor Prince. We do not know what may have given rise to it, but there is abroad an impres tio• i that the Committee of management, or whateveir they call themselves, intend to take things into their own hands, and that 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, that 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 * Highness will be induced to land at mid flight, and allow himself to be smug-. --gled over the "Bar," in the Water Police Boat, to Perth. Neither do we believe there is t...

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MY UNCLE'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

MY UNOLE'S STORY. -.It I was the twilight of a warm summers evening, and the windows fronting the Boulevard des Italiens were thrown wide open. Opposite tome, composed in the cosiest of fauteuils, sat my uncle, a vener able elder rejoicing in ' un ventre pare . isseux, d~daigneur, gourmand,' and just then serene and dined. A fair St. Cecilia lingered at the piano, her hands wander ing dreamily over the keys, when, sud denly as if moved by some uncontroll able impulse, she dashed into 'L'Anda louse : ' " Aivey-vouz vu & Barcelone Une Aandalous au sein bruni, Pile comme un beau soir d'automne ; ,C'est ma maitresse, ma lionne, La Marquesa d' Amigui." ' Few who have heard that famous song could ever forget the weird passionate melody that moved us both too deeply for words. For some time after the last -notes had died away, the silence was un *broken on either side. Then my uncle shifted uneasily in his chair, heaved a deep sigh, and said, . "Did I ever tell you Charlie how I ca...

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MILDRED GAUNTLETT. CHAPTER 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

MILDRED GAULNTLETT. By the Author of" The Old ~fanor House." OHAIPTER 2nd. " Who goes there ?" The hoarse challenge of the sentry-swept along the night wind and echoed through the arches of the wood-in a little glade of which lay an outpost of the army of the Parliament. At the cry of their comrade-they sprang to their alms, ready for action, for in those days every man slept with his sword upon his thigh-and his musquetoon prepared for instant service. Once more-the challengce-" Who goes there ?" for distinctly out of the further dark ness came the heavy rapid trampling of a body of horse pushed to their utmost speed-the jingle of spurs-and, the rattling clash of sword scabbards. " Friends," shouted a voice from forth the gloom. "Advance friends and give the counter sign," replied the vidette and in the same m6 ment there came back the words, "Jegur Sahudutha." Advance "heap of witnesses" cried the sen tinel-and then followed by his troop sorely thinned Thurston Brancepeth galloped...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

ORIGINAL POETRY. S SoNG. 1~) the ad?hor of "The Old Manor House." :I Take the harp, and l'et me hear thee S Dark eyed Maid ! ISoftly, sweetly singing near me, Dark eyed Maid I o: -i, whilst grief my soul encumbers,? : " Wake it from its silent slumbers, Soothe me with its magic numbers. -.? Dark eyed Maid I -et me see thy fairy fingers, : SDark eyed Iaid !i - Sweep the strings where music lingers S Dark eyed Maid ! Still oh I still, the strain repeating : :: So enchanting, yet so fleeting Sing and ease my bosom's beating: SDark eyed Maid ! ; "' All's well." :Oh ! those notes were full of power:;::: Dark eyed Maid ! In a fairer, brighter hour Dark eyed Maid I ::?:: W. When the smiles of Pleasure won me, And the eyes of Love were on me, Sing then, now, those blessings shun me.? Dark eyed Maid !i

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TWO SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

TWO SPEECHES. BY THE COSTERMONGER. When he Disraeli' s konsented to take lodgers into his Reform Bill I could stand it no longer. I had bore with the loss of the duallin vote; I had put up with the gifts of one year'sresidence instead of two, hopin against hope, trustin that some one would send almerciful earthqake, and that at the larst decisif moment all the temples of Wiggery, their siders and abetters, would be swallowed up like Lisbon at the Kollyseum, with no one to play the polker over their grave. I relide on Ben, I relide on his infarnal stratergy. " Wait a minnit," sez I, when my son larfed, and my pardner sniggered at me--" wait a mianit, Betsy, my. jewel; there is sich things as masked batteries in war, and in the histry of fishin, the sacrifice of the sprat has frekently resultid in the kapter of the herrin." Thus I fensed with 'em, and thus I crowed; until one mornin my son sent a kopy of a Radekal noospaper up to my bed-side with his "affeckshionit luv," in which I la...

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