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Shipping Intelligence. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 24 August 1867

IMPORTS. Per Palestine 73 cases and casks sundries, J. & W. Bateman ; 1 case, E. Birch; 1C ase, T. Britnell; 123 cases, bales, and casks. D. Con- nor ; 2 cases, H. Dixon ; 1 case, T. Farrelly ; 45 cases, bales and bundles, H. Grey ; 2 cases, T. Hayward; 9 cases and casks, R. King 245 hhds. drums, cases, boxes and bales. &c., J. H, Mon- ger & Co. ; 340 pkgs. merchandize, Francisco Bros. ; 4 crates, Order ; 150 hhds., L. Samson ; 10 cases, bales and trunks, Order ; 49 cases and -casks, C. A. Manning ; 174 packages, Order; 83 packages, Order ; 82 casks and cases, W. Padbury & Co. ; 38 boxes, L. Samson ; 1 case, G. Throssell ; 21 pkgs. W. L. Brockman ; 83 cases, 100 hhds.; L. Samson ; 9 cases and casks, T. Burges ; 100 tons coal, 1099 pkgs. merchan dize, Commissariat Officer in charge; 7 cases, E. Courthope ; 1 bale, G. Eliot ; 1 case, T Fawcett; 30 hhds., Francisco Bros.; 2 hhds., 3 cases 7 casks, H. E. the Governer ; 22 cases, Officer Convict Establishm...

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THE MOORISH PAGE. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 August 1867

ThejLblast of trumpets and. the' tramp of 'steed~"rosen upo thel chamber where Is~adora ?Yalaso was seated.: She lifted h-e haid from the e. roidery-frame with which she had been.. occupied, and t~urning eagerly towards ::her companion said-"' Go see who: comines, Theresa. Hasten, I pray you." 'The attenidannt went out; and- as the do8r. Al6sed' behind: her Isadora heard an ?.nwvonted tumult in the great halls below. InI a moment the womian re •turned, her face beaming' with' some sucddaen joy that lit up her wrinkledi fea tures: till-.it seemed almnost- as if youth had conme back to them. "W? t is it ." .exclaimed:th:e 'young girl. "S1eak, ,Theresa--is myt fatlier come." ':: : '::: ''i -)::i;: "H , s 'ai.ea.d~- ismo'i? g e fron?- . his horse"?,' .:eplied.i: Theedsa. u nust hasten, my laidy, if you would meet himt below.''" Theilady sprang up"with a cry of joy, and ::flei~ .:like a: freed 'biri down - "t(:he' lboad staii;case and out upon the tei;race which -6orerlooked the principa...

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THE STORY-TELLER. THE MAIDEN'S CHOICE [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 August 1867

THE STORY .- TELL ER. TH-E MAIDEN'S CHOICE.:·' .Happy they, the happiest of their hind, Whom gentler stars unite, anSinU'i oefcte 7Their he~arts, thleir fortunes, and: their beings blend.--TnoMsorx.] SThe lamps of the great ha?ll of Oakdale - Manor House. were lighted, although, .:" had it not been for the thick, hieavy drap pery shading the windows, the:reflected brilliance of the still gloiving west would h: lave iendereid unnecessary .the aid of ar tificial light. Sir Geoffrey Wilmouth, the owner of Oakdale, an estate: inheiited fr~oin a long line ofancestors, was alone in he hail, _pacing up and down in that:hurried'man ner. which betokens mental disturibance. He was but little past the prime of life, and was in many respects a' handsome man, notmwithstanding those hard lines denoting certain unamiable tlraits of cha racter'-hich time had traced round his mouth. Suddenly he stayed his footsteps and stood in the attitude of listening. " He. comes !" he murmured half aloud, as a d...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 August 1867

ainio.?" fulsom'panayri on the. oniie hand, and coarse vitupon'rin on the other, it should be the ai?d 'f the prilio journalist to criticise fairly, fully anh d honestly the actions of men placed. ligh in authority, and entrusted with " powers the properor improper exercise of :,wjich may, and does, to a very large :extent affect the well being of communities ,and of individudils. WVhen individuals '?acept public situations, they accept wth~fl hon ,the amenability to public critiisd.,:: d if that criticism is sometimes .:severe? and Unsparing, they haves no rg? tqocmii plain, for it was one'.of thenconditiois attached to the 'office, and sno.long asy·tat criticishi is&'onfiried "withiritsdlategieivate bounds, it is entitled to :the rapcbt.iad, consideration ofthe public. )itt" to:~iL mand this respect, it nust be1 fre:e' fron the slightest taint.of sispicionofii~ ic or interest, oither- one way or :thes , ter. Criticism is only valuable in so. ~,-that it is honest, that .it ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 August 1867

CHIPS BY A, SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. .PRrIVATE CORRESPONDENCE. -; IT don't get many letters as you may suppose-onereason is I don't owemuch- people as is, in debt are always gettin' letters and are well known to the men that has care of the post offices. Iv'e of'en seen a postmaster when givin' a letter to a person as drove up for it in a gig, grin like a dog when you tickles him, as much as to say-- 'old chap, I don't envy you the pleasure you'll get out of that--there's a long account and a short letter-not short and sweet-that'll im prove your temper for the rest of the day, and make youveryindulgent to your wife poor thing, she wants a new mantle, and one of them pancakes to fit on the top of her head, and she gave you a kiss when you went away this mornin' to sweeten you, and soften you and induce you to get it for her-and wont she get it-oh yes-only it'll won't be quite so pleasing what she will get-and he slams the shutters and begins chucklin. It aint bad fun standin' at a post o...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1867. Government House, Perth, 27th August, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 August 1867

..." .. GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. S TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1867. S. . Government House, Perth, 27th August, 1867. SHIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR proposes, upon the arrival of H.M.S. Galatea, to seek the commands of His Royal Highness, the Duke of Edinburgh as to whether he will Sbe pleased to honor with his presence a Ball to be given at Government House. Should His Royal Highness graciously ac cept this invitation, The Governor and Mrs. Hampton hope to have the pleasure of receiv ing all those Ladies and Gentlemen who were invited to the Ball last given on the anniver sary of Her Majesty's Birth-day, together with those who, from their residence in the distant districts of Albany and Champion Bay it would have been a mere matter of form to ask on that occasion. Seperate invitations will be issued, but, as no definite information has been received respect ing His Royal Highness' movements, the date for the Ball can only be made known after the Galatea shall have arrived. Notices as to the even...

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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 — 31 August 1867

* tpubit p iniam For the statements and opinions of our Correse pondents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, In your last issue, Mr. S. E. Burges charges me with two distinct misdeeds: of wilfully mistating in my former letter that he wrote a certain epistle in his capacity as Secretary to Y, A. S., and, of incorrectly asserting that he was actuated by a personal pique in his philip pic against-the Legislative Council in general, and its honorable " member for Grove farm" in particular. From the shrewd manner in which Mr. Burges guessed at the writer of the- letter, I should have thought him perspicacious enough to per ceive that, by periphrasing him as the S. Y. A. S. the writer meant to imply that Mr. B. went rather out of his way in so violently taking up a cause in which he can do no good, while there are so many other cauises demanding his atten tion and more deserving the exercise of his fluent pen and of his genius for administration. I co...

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TENDERS ACCEPTED, H. J. CUTTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 August 1867

* TENDERS ACCEPTED, H.J. CUTTING. To make 16 skylights for roof of Banquet Room, Government House, for £20 ; also, To layfloor ofthe Banquet Room for £64 .. B. IMASON, To dsiiply Scaffold Poles at 6s. each; bat tens at 1ls. per 100 feet run, double measure.

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 August 1867

i Compliments are the coin that people pay a iman to his face;sarcasms are what they pay him out with behindhis back. Young men who would prosper in love should woo gently. It is not fashionable for 'young ladies to take ardent spirits. 'tAre you mate of the ship ?" asked an eini graht of the cook, who was an Irishman. "No, sir ;TI'm the man that cooks the mate." Ai old gentleman being asked what he wished for dciner, replied," An appetite, good company. something to eat, and a clean- napkin." The botanists tell us that there is no such thing in nature as a black flower. We suppose they never heard of the "coal black Rose." A gentleman regretting the loss of his first, Ii the presence of his second wife, was told that no one had more reason to wish his former spouse alive than she had. A grave-digger, not a hundred miles from Dunblane, complaining of want of employment, remarked that " he had not buried a livn' soul for the last three weeks, except a sma' scart o' a bairn." A woman ...

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Comptroller General's Office. Perth, 27th August, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 August 1867

Comptroller General's Office. Perth, 27th August, 1867. Enquiry from England having been made respecting 4935 Benjamin Inkston who re ceived a Certificate of Freedom on the 9th September, 1863, this man if still in the Co lony is requested to furnish his address to this Office. CHARGES AGAINST THE SURGEON SUPERIFTEN DENT OF THE " PALESTINE? :-The recrimin ating charges brought by Mr. and Mrs. May hew against Dr. Young of the Palestine, for constant and habitual drunkenness have been withdrawn, in consequence of their being unable to obtain evidence to support them. It is any thing but creditable to the parties that this in vestigation should have been called for. Evi dently there were faults on both sides, and the characters of each have suffered from the un seemly exposure their mutual vindictiveness brought about. RECOVERY OF A STOLEN WATCH :--Luke Jef fries.T. L., discharged on the 24th, was charged with having sold a Silver Watch to a man named Wilson in April last. Wilson took ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. "GALATEA." [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 August 1867

ORIGINAL POETRY. " GALATEA." Bring to our shores,. thou gallant ship, The Prince of royal b!ood, :.. We long to see, the crimsoa "'whip:: . : Come streaming o'er the flood: .We longto hail the Sailor !ad,:-; SBrave scion of his race, . :.: 'Twill make our 'loyal heeirt :oquite gladi S To see his handsome fade:: : ''.:: - .We'll hail him as his Mother's son:I: That Mother, chaste and wise; The Noble Matron, who hath won, A hundred victories. Not victories, o'er power and pride.. But triumphs over wrong, Queen, Comforter by sorrow's side, . Consoler, true and strong. :::: We'll hail him as his Father's child,. :: : S The Man ofregal soul, S He whose bright fame, all undefil'd :. Is writ, on History's scroll. We'll hailhim as a budding branch Of grand old England's tree, A gallant sailor, true and staunch, ' Defender of the Free. We'll hail him too, as Neptune's son, And trust that Nelson's fame M. iay yet behis, but notbewon By destiny, the same. Again we'llhail him as the first S Of ...

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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 August 1867

otitce to Eorrspona?th tt.+ SYMrIPATHY. We regret that your touching comr munication was too late for insertion this week but you may rely on its appearing in our next' =?=am - , mm ,rl

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 August 1867

COMM ISSARIAT. TENIDERS (in duplicate) will be re ceived at the Commissariat Office, Fremantle, till NOON of ifolNDAY, the 2nd Sept., 1867, for tihe supply of the fol lowing ARTICLES, viz : Rope-Europe-Tarred, 1-in., Coils--4 Axes-Shingling, .. .. No.-30 Chains-Surveying,. 100 linksx 66 feet, No.-4 Compasses-Iron . . P?pirs-6 Cramps-Carpenters,' 6ft. .No.-3 Dogs-Flooring. . . -No.-6 Ditto-Sawyers' ... No.-36 Levels-Spirit, 12in. to 8iun. No.-6 Tomahawks .. .. No.-20 Bolts-Barrel, 4in. .. .: No.-18 Cord-Window, green .Yards-204 Latches-Thumb, large . No.-72 Ditto, ditto, medium .. No.-72 Leatbher--Kip .. . .Hides-3 Lind-ash . . . Gross-2 Matches Common .. .. Boxes-72 IPaint--XVhlite . :. Pounds-2,240 Screws(lin., gross--12; 1 in., gross--12) - (+ross-24 Beddin-g .·g-s. g Hanrnhok- No.-125 Chimney~ limp--ieiosene No.-50 Lanterns- -Dark- Bull's-Eye ... No.--2 .To bo deli-veredinto the :Co._mmissarliat Magazines. within thfee-:day&'from the date of acceptance of Tefider, and sub...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 August 1867

For Champion Bay. r]'HF A 1 clipper barque JL PAL B S TINE. 428 tons register, W. A. Carpenter, com mander, will leave for the above port on or about the, first of September. Parties wishing to visit the Victoria district will find this an eligible opportunity. For freight or passage apply to C. A. MANNING, Fremanle, Or, G. SHENTON, Perth. Sale by Auction. MR. T. BAILEY .Hlas received instructions from Mr. John Fleay, to Sell by Public Auction, at his residence Gilgarring Beverly, on WEDNESDAY, 20thNovemnber, 186'. At 12 o'clock precisely. S3,0B8000 SHEEP (more or less), S Consisting of EWES and TERMs AT TIME OF S~IE. For Further particulars apply to the Auctioneer. SAuction and General Agency office,? York, 17 July, 1867. . YORK. :MONTHLY SALE.-: MR/i . 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 parties wishing to dispose of stoc...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 August 1867

DIED. SAMPSON.-On Sunday, Aug. 25th, suddenly, on her way from Evening service, Maria Walne, the beloved wife of Dr. John Sampson of BtifiL bury, aged 47 years, deepljy lanien?ted by- a nu.; merous circle. - .. -. --SATURDAY, A &T 31 1867.-. :.::

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 31 August 1867

'bi3pping *utelligentei ARRIVALS. August 26.--FAVORITE, 48 tonS, Lake;, nasi ter, from Champion Bay. Passengors-.Mr. and Mrs. Fauntleroy, Miss Scott, J. Murphy and W1 Taylor. Cargo-240 sacks wheat, 45 casks oil, 30 bags bran, and sundries. - -.' ' 27, SEA RIPPLE, 187 tons, Pringle, master, from the Mauritius: 'Passengersi, Cabin,. Mr. and Mrs.,Richard Lewis.: S.towawavys,· ~P~'1a Kelly and- Sydney. Thomas Baldwin, Cargo, 9380 Bags Sugar, 35 Bags dates, 360 planks. Same day. MYSTERY,.17 tons, Hedland, mas ter, fromNicol Bay. Passengers, Mr: Me. Kay, Mr. Woodhouse and 4 children, W. Stewart, Magnes Larenzo, John Tuckey, and a native. Cargo. 4 tons Pearl shells, W. Padbury, 3 !tons do. John Tuckey. DEPARTURES. August 23. WILD WAVE, 28 tons, Pettit, master, for Bunbury and Yasse. Passengers, One warder and 18 prisoners. Cargo, 3 cases brandy; .and 21 pkgs merchandize (under bond) 30 bags sugar,273 chests tea, .104 pkgs, and cases sundries. Aug. 28, Ivy. 318 tons, T. 0. Bromley, "mas. te...

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A WELCOME TO PRINCE ALFRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 September 1867

Aj WELCOME TO PRINCE ALFRED. Up ?' Working Men ! Three hearty: cheers for England's iRoyal. Son, Whose father was a -Working man in 'Eighteen 'fifty one. Whose geniuls first :design'd.: the House for Working Men to show How mmuch ,to them,- the ;:rich arid :great of ev'ry nation owe. Whothug of noble blood himslf was fore :. most in the van Of every noble enterprise, to aid the Working Man. Who i:ith ancestral name could boast Royal quart'rings on his shield Yet peacefully his laurels. gained on Virtue's battle field. Midst hoststs oearnest working men across the distant sea, More earnest or' morei chivalric, more patient none, than he Who ere he left.his earthly. seat to grace a throne on high, Taught . us like ?Englishmen to live, like Englishmen to die. A- pause, brave boys I A deep drawn sigh, for Albert, wise and good, A better.man ne' er, Windsor trod, nor shone at Holyrood May He;, who called him to his rest, ere age his eye could dim, Htis.iantle cast :onall;his. race, and m...

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THE MOORISH PAGE. (Continued from our last.) CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 September 1867

THE ...MOORISH: PAGE.' (.Continued from oacr last:t. CHAPTER III. I- The grand old -Valasco palace was one :blaze of light, for its proud lord -held .a revel, and his lavish magnificence was: worthy of a king. It was already late when a page, wearing a badge of the house of Alvarez, entered the portals and ascended the great staircase. that led .to the state apartments, whence.the sounds of 'music and gaiety rang cheerily .oit." " Whither so fast;' young- miaster ?" said an attendant, stationed near' the en trance, catching him lightly by the aarim :.'" what do you seek here ?' The boy wirenched his arm fioon the .man's grasp with a movenment of haughty pride. " A little -inare .civility .:ould serve you as well,'! he said; laying. 'his hand'on the hilt of a dagger that gleamed amid the folds of his tunic. "I seek the Count Alvarez-let me pass." The man drew back at' these wor'ds, while his companions broke out in" re -strained merriment at his disconfiture.. ' You carry it off prou...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 September 1867

"You have no ducks here 1" saita iYanke'e who was on a-visit to the fens of Lincolnshire during the shooting season. "I was on the Chesapeake once in duck season. The boys got tired of shooting with their double barrels, and we got a cannon from the town, loaded her with a bag of BB shot, hauled her. to the riiver, levelled her, and fired. I.:tell you ducks was thar ! We gathered three thousand,. and the crippled got away. But that was.not all,-for the bag the shot was in fell, over the head-of a grey- _ head when it came out of the cannon, and caught him before he got clear." A lemonless Irishman was observed one even ing slicing a potato into his hot whiskey toddy. " Why, what are you: about ?" Charly. in quired.-" It's punch I'm makin,' tdear !" quietly replied Pat.-" 'But what are. you slicing that in for ?"-" To give it a flavour !-" What I a potatoe flavour ?"-" Sure, and isn't' a flavour a flavour, whether it's lemon or pitaty. ?" Henry Hunt, the famous demagogue, :having bee...

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PARIS IN AN EXHIBITION WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 September 1867

PARIS IN. AN EXHIBITION WEEK. It is very full. That, we think, is, the first impression a visitor to Paris now receives, and it remains with him during his stay. The brilliant city is more brilliant than ever, gayer, livelier, lazier, and more tempting, with brighter and more varied crowds, more amusements, and more eccentric things to eat, but it is very full. The Exposition has begun to draw at last, to draw the provinces as well as foreigners, and the number of strangers from all the countries in the world must be something extraordinary. It seems at first sight odd that any concourse of visitors should produce an appreciable effeet in a city like Paris, with two and a half millions of people within its walls, but it must be remem bered that the Paris which strangers live in the Paris of 'hotels-is much more limited. At any rate, the fact remains that Paris is full, that it is not only possible, but easy to get run over, that the noise in the ýunbitumenized streets is worse than ...

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