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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 September 1867

To the Editor of The Herald. SIm. - I observe by the Dispatch published in the Inquirer of-to-day that His Grace the Duke of Buckingham " has much satisfaction in conveys "ing the assent of Her Majesty's Government to ". the recommendation made by the Legislative " Council, adopted by Governor Hampton, and " assented tb in the Memorial forwarded by His " Excellency to the Secretary of State, that the "' Legislative Council of this Colony shall com " prize an equal number of -official and non " official members, and that the Governor shall "retain his privilege of giving besides his ori Sgina vote, a casting vote in case of equal diL "vision, also that the appointment of the non "official members be for three years instead of ' for life, they being, however, eligible for rei ",appointment." , ... ....... : A stranger reading -the Dispatch could not fail-to be impressed with the idea that it cone .veyed an assent to a' unanimous request-that in fact we got all we wished' and asked for...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. ANNIE LEE; OR, MAIDEN FIRMNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 September 1867

THE STORY-TELLER. ANINIE LEE; OR, MAIDEN * FIRMNESS. In the neighbourhood of Liverpool there are many pretty villages, quiet un obtrusive places, with a. charming rural aspect nowhere else in the world to be seen but in England. In such charming retreats--the more.charming because they derive some prosperity from their conti guity to.the. great sea-port-there is gen erally to be found a class of persons who to limited agricultural pursuits unite the business of a tradesman. Of this class was Mr. Lee, a worthy, and, to use the familiar phrase, a " well-to-do" man. He hadmarried late in life, and at a some what advanced age had. been left a, widower with an only child, a daughter, and, according. to the .unanimous testi mony of the male portion of the cominu nity amongst whomshie dwelt,. the 'prid· of the village." .. ,. Annie Lee weli: deserved this title, for she was not. only beautiful in person, but amiable in disposition,. and, for a young girl in her station of life, exc'eedingl...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ARRIVAL OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 September 1867

:" ??VAL OF: THE, MAILS. The incoming Mail verifies our anticipa tions as to the 'course the Reform Bill would take. It is now the law of the land. A very. placid controversy brought the House of Com mons to the completion of its arduous task, and settled the question by a Bill, the. contents of which no one knew, and the effects of whieh no oee can form any estimate. By it, every man will have a vote who can desire it or use it properly, and several hnndred thousands will have:a right to use it, who neither desire the right, nor know how to use it. It is a large comprehensive measure, taking members seats away from decayed and corrupted boroughs, and transferring them to populous, and hither to uncorrupted constituencies. It 'is more over simple in its machinery, free from all coun teracting checks, balances, and safeguards-re tracting in one clause, what was conceded in another, so that no one can hereafter say that it was a sham and a delusion. Reformers are now put on their tria...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 September 1867

CO MM ISSARIAT: rENBDERS, in duplicate, will be ore .1. ceived at the Commissariat Office, Fremantle, till noon on THURSDAY, the 19th-inst., for the supply of a; -. DINGY for the Water 'Police Service; to be: built according to specifications which can - be - seen' at. Coimissariat Office, Perth, or .at the' office ..of' the Superintendent of Water Police, Fremantle.' ' Tenderers are requested to write -the. vwords: 1. Tender'for Dingy" on the.enve lohes enclosing their offers. "V. ,W. C. HAWKINS, ? Assistaint. Commissary General.: Commitssariat, Perth W7.A., 10tlih Sept, 1867. SNOTICE. MESSRS. LIONEL SAMSON & SON (GOVERNMENT AUCTIoNEERS) W . f:-Sell by Auction' on the Water " P?Policeasemises.at-Fremantle,.on MON :DAY, ..the 16th instant next, at 11. ::o'clock .precisely : - BOAT, known as Water Police Boat Lm. No..1; is . 33 feet .long,.. 7ft. 4in: beaiim,;2ft.. 10in..deep, and is built.of pune. W C. W. EICHBAUM, Assistant Commissary General. Commissariat, Fremantle, W.A.,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 September 1867

For London, via: Chamin . pion Bay. T~H?E A. 1 clipper barque SPALES TIN0E ,. 428 ..tons register,. . A. CARPENTER, commander, having the greater part of her cargo engaged, is under engagement to leave Champion Bay for London. not .later than the 25th October, so as 'to be in: time' for the February . Wool Sales. "The vessel has superior accommodation for few. Cabin and Steerage passengers. For Freight br Pasage apply to._n . C. A. Manning, Freriantle,% G. SHENTON, Perth, Or-,G:. SHENTON & Co., Champion Bayj Fremantle, August 27, 1867. '': C -:::..For Champion :Bajy.::i i rHF A 1 clipper biarque º "L PALESTIN E. ' 428 tons. rgister, W. A. Carpenter, com miiarder, 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 'HAs received instructions from Mr. John...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 September 1867

OUn contemporary of Wednesday'ian niounces the receipt of a dispatch' by:H=is Excellency from the Secretary of State for the colonies; we give a transcript: of it to our readers. ` It will be recolleted that in our last issue we anticipated some thing of the sort, and used, we admitf;ithe term enlighten, but at the:time we. wrote wve had some misgivings as to whether the light to be afforded would clear :-up. the mystery in which the all-absorbing question of colonial representation. has been shrouded. The. dark question is still'far from cleared :of its obscurity,; andi the settlers''will do well' to follow tht Erd-' vice of one of their number given ih F6tr pages of this day, and let' her 4Ala'.ty's Government know that the assent is i.as sent to our wishes. ' 'We denounce the pretended boon·i as'a sham and a delusion--worthless-.- ovse than worthless-an injury and an ,iiiult ! The whole proceeding from beginning to end is shamefully discreditable tio 'the Government of this colon...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 September 1867

iPARKER-MITCICHELL-On th'e' :-th inst.,in St. George's Cathedral, by the alFher of the. Bride, assisted]by.the Ven. ArchdiSicon Brown-FR.EDERICK, eldest ,son of STEPHEN SrANLEY PARKER, ESQ. to CHARLOTTE, yoippg est daughter of the REv. VILLIAMI MITCEL. " Want of space compels us to suppress Church Magazine Review, Mining . epor s,.. C igp. Omnium, Shipping News and olher. inter.esting local. matter. *SATUREDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,; 18G67 :

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A PROVIDENTIAL MAN! [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 September 1867

A PROVIDENTIAL MAN I There is no aspiration so glorious as the de; sire to do good. Howard, bending over the couch of sickness and smoothing the pillow of death, was greater than Napoleon at Austerlitz. And Thomas Holloway, whose inestimable me dicines are subduing diseases of every type, in every part of the habitable globe, is more wor thy of respect and honor than any warrior that ever drew the sword. When Kossuth visited the United States he was designated by one of the clergy as the " providential man." Surely Professor Holloway, who has travelled over most parts of the world, better deserves that title. His general establishment in London has been the fontal source of health to millions of the afflicted. His agencies, established in every city and town in the universe, are the PEOPLE's DISPENrSARIRES. What is true of the popularity of his medicines in London, is true throughout the world; for wherever civilization has penei trated, by land or sea, they are known and appreciate...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE COSTERMONGER IN PARIS WAITERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 September 1867

Tl'E COSTERMONGER IN PAMIS - WAITE R S . The aksidental mention.of waiters in my my last naterally brought up before my mind the subjeck of waiters jenerally, and ever since that I have bin musin. and arskin memory to repeople the chambers of the braves with the forms of all the waiters I have ever known. I have allus took great interest in aiters. The .site of a feller kreatur in white boxin gluvs with elastiks gone at the wrist lying in wait behind yure chair to take away your plate before you're dun with it, gives rise to curus ideas on our boastid civillization, and makes one arsk menny puzzlin kwes tins of the futur, which no feller kan arnser. Brockey was the fust waiter I ever knowed, but then Iknowed him with his gluvs off, and a hen he was disguised in that way he seemed to have a sole like other men. But the fust waiter as ever laid in wait for me was a feller at the Lord Mayor's feast. H?e was kalled James, but his maiden name was Tim merthy, and he waited on me so well t...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 September 1867

THE ROAD TO HEALTH AND LONG LIFE SECURED BY HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD. In selecting the most appropriate medicine for a particular ailment, there may be some difficulty eunless one can be found to purify, regulate, and improve the quality of the blood. These Pills possess and exert these three quali fications in an extraordinary degree. They enable the stomach to digest any ordinary food, increase the secretory powers of the liver, cleanse and purify the blood, expel all morbid matter, and throw into the circulations the purest elements for sustaining and repairing the frame. WEAKNESS AND DEBILITY. How many persons suffer from debility without knowing the causes why:they are feeble! In most cases the stomach is the aggressor. Holloway's Pills have long been fdmed for regulating a disordered stomach, and restoring it's healthy digestive tone; they are therefore confidently recommended as a neverxfailing remedy in all cases where the constitution, from any cause, has b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 September 1867

4a~fU;LctIaanto u~s SOMETHING LIKE A KISS :-"YOU seem anih mated by this fine scene, my dear Annie," said a lover. "No," said she, "I shall never be Annie-mated until I am your wife, dearest." He gave her such a kiss, that Jemima vowed she thought somebody had hit against the door with a life preserver, it made such a noise. A TouaGH TURKEY :-Sambo bought a patri archal turkey. '" I took him home," says he, "my wife bile him tree hours and den him crow I My wife den pop him into de pot wid six pound o'taters, and he kick em all out;-he mus a bin as old as dat Kefoolesum. POOR WEAK OMAN :--Miss Susan Nipper, who lives in a snug tenement alone, was quite flustrated the other morning by an early call from a bachelor neighbour. "What do you come here after ?" said she. "I came for a match," says he, in the meekest manner possible. "Why don't you make a match ?" says she, "I know what you're come for," cried the apparently exasperated virgin, as she backed him into a corner, "you're come...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 September 1867

A friend who has the brains ald will to defend you cleverly, deserves your es teem-and something better-·a reward, but the thick-headed muddle-pate, who, fancying .he is defending you is only ex posing your weakness. and vulnerability, is ten times worse than an enemy,A and should be got rid of as soon as possible. As we read over the wonderfulliterary production in the Inuirer of Wednesday last, we could not help observing, "Othel lo's occupation's gone" ! Surely the Go vernor and the Government, will select some more able defender than the person who put together the strange jumble of nonsense and bad grammar, which it is fancied our clear headed, practical settlers will accept as a vindication of the trick by which they were cheated out of a right especially dear to Englishmen-that of selecting their representatives. The patron of the Inguirer must be of a most forgiving disposition, if he still continues to recognize it, as his friend and supporter. We should not be surprised to...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
REVIEW. W. A. Church of England Magazine. FOR SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 September 1867

REVIEW. W. A. CUurch of England hMagazine. ' FoR SEPTEMBER. We regret still to have to notice the lack of original articles and local Colonial Church In telligoence. The apathy and indifference of this Colony to all that interests and concerns them is amazing. In no other part of the world do we believe the same do-nothing disposition exists. It is the same in everything-politics --religion--morals-social questions, and com mercial-all alike, no effort at improvement and no patience with those who advocate it. Deeply is it to be deplored, and persistently should those who strive to arouse tbs people to press forward and keep pace with the onward march of events, continue their work. Conspicuous in this month's number, are some beautiful verses by E-; who by the way we learn from a note of the Editor's is a lady which lessened the disappointment we felt on opening the ilumber before us. This lady who has been contributing to the Magazine for several months past, evidently possesses p...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PRESENTATION OF AN ADDRESS BY THE INHABITANTS OF FREMANTLE TO HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCE ALFRED ON HIS ARRIVAL AT THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 September 1867

PRESENTATION OF AN ADDRESS BY THE INHABITANTS OF FREIMAN_ TLE TO HIS ROYAIHIGHEBS PRINCE ALFRED ON HIS AR RIVAL AT THIS PORT. On the, evening of Monday the 16th., a meeting of the inhabitants of Fremantle was held at the EmeraldIsle H-otel, for the purpose offraining an address to be presented to TI. R. H. the Duke of Edinburgh. The meeting was convened by L. Samson Esq., M. L. C., who issued 60 circulars to the principal householders of the town, and had the meeting proclaimed by the town crver. The meeting was called in this exceptional manner from a feeling that it would have been embarrasing to the Police Miagistrate to have requested him in the usualway to call a public meeting on this particular subject. Mr. Samson as the promoter of the meeting explainedin a short and pithy speech the object of their assembling. We have not space to give the speech verbatim, but the following is a summary of it. It appeared to him that Perth desired to monopolise, the honor and credit of welc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
To Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 September 1867

To Editor of The ili~ruld SIRz,- : hen I wrote my letter f the i hstant on the subject of the Despatch from the Duke of Buckingham relative to the increase.in the num ber of nominee members of Council I enter1 tained no idea that the Memorial of the Housex holders praying for an Elective representation had been " BURKED ". Are you sure of your premises ? and if so, how has it come about ? I should have thought that the Honorable Mem ber (Mr. Samson) who took charge of the Me morial and protested against Mr. Hardy's amendment would have felt it his duty to have guarded against such disgraceful trickery. Mr. Samson owes it to himself, as well as to the set, tlers who signed the Memorial, to demand an ac. count of such political dishonesty, and as I don't think heis a man to sit tamely under the indignity passed upon him I conclude we shall hear more of the matter yet. I ask the Eleven hundred Householders who signed the Memorial of 1865 if theyare content with such treatment; if they ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 17, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 September 1867

G 0 V EJNMENT GAZETTE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 17, 1867. The attention of Flock Owners is called to the thirtieth section of the " Scabin Sheep Ordinance of 1866 " a compliance with which is imperative. " Every Owner of Sheep depastured and kept in the Colony shall make to the Clerk to the Resident Magistrate for the District in which the said sheep are depastured, a Return on the First day of November, One Thousand Eight hundred and Sixtylseven and one the First day of October in eact succeeding year, or within fourteen days thereafter in each year, of all sheep so kept and depastured, and any owner who shall fail to make such return at the time so.appointed, shall incur for every such offence a .enaltjy noteixceeding Ten Pounds."

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. MARY MY SISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 September 1867

THE STORY-TELLER. MARY MY SISTER. ::In a far corner of Lempster churchyard is: a tomb, covered by abroad slab of grey marble, on which is deeply cut these Swords-" M.AKny M SISTER." Not a word more to tell who was the occupant of the silent house beneath-not a clue to the knowledge of the person who devised the simple but strange inscription. I had often wondered as I looked wistfully at the words which seemed to me so full of tender devotion of memory to a sister, but whether coming from a brother's or a sis ter's heart was a matter in which conjec ture was perfectly vain. A single sweet briar shed its dewy roses over the tomb, and seemed to image the life of the fair tenant within. Perhaps she, too held as frail and sweet an existence as the sweet briar's wild rose. But' as well might I dream of the life of Cecilia ?Metella by looking at her tomb ! "Thus much alone weknow--she died!" Thus, much, indeed would have been all that I should have known of " Mary' hbd I not one day encou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TENDERS ACCEPTED. J. J. HARWOOD, [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 September 1867

TENDERS ACCEPTED. J. J. HAnwoon, Sio.erect? skeleton Arches and Flag Poles in Fremantle for £45. E. ANDREWS, To supply prepared Posts and Rails at Mount Barker Plains, at £3 9s. 6d. per hundred. oTHonAs WILDING, To erect a Bridge and four Culverts, and make eleven chain of Road on the Northam line of road between Warriloo Bridge and Baker's Hill, for £76. B. MAson, To supply Decorations for Street Arches in Perth, for £20, G. BARKnR, To perform the same service at Fremantle, for £38. Enquiry from England having been made re specting the undermentioned Convicts ;-if these men are still in the Colony they are requested to furnish their addresses to this office. 6340 Wm. Johnson alias Eckersley, who re ceived a Conditional Pardon on the 8th November, 1864. 4259 William Davis, who received a Condi tional Pardon on the 12th December 1861. t 4027 Griffith Boyer, who received a Condi ional Pardon on the 18th Mfay, 1867.

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NOVEL CAUSES FOR DIVORCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 September 1867

NOVEL CAUSES FOR DIVORCE.-A distressed complainant in St. Louis reports that the first chill her affections received was on the wed ding tour, when she caught cold and, was not allowed to have a fire at the hotel on account of the expense. H-er next shock was from a tough beefsteak seasoned with lard.-'The deadly stab was the husband's refusal to far nish her with a feather bed. A killing blow was his unkindness to her sisters ; but the"un kindest cut" was his reticence at the dinner table ; he did not help her to mutton chops, failed to pass the potatoes, negleeted to furnish her plate with vegetables, and left her to help herself. These insufferable indignities preyed upon her health and wrecked her peace ofmind, and she now appeals to the courts for redress. 'he Cosnmopolitan. BoSTON has an undertaker who advertises his shop by a sham corpse in the window. A CLERGYMAN gave a toast that was not very gallant, at a late fireman's celebration: " Our fire-engines-may they be like old ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Public Opinion. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 September 1867

TFor the statements and opinions of our Corres pondents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, When an accident has happened there are usually two sorts of comentators, one the " who'd have thought it." class-the other of the *' I said so " order. Before an accident happens, and often when it so happens that no accident happens after all, there's a third sort of comr mentator, one who either fancies, or has cause for thinking an accident may happen. I am of this last sort, and I would therefore hint to His Excellency to look after the safety of his pet Bridge, or with the rush of people likely to accompnay England's (expected) Son some de plorable accident may occur. There has been a good deal of tinkering to the Bridge already not limned out in the original de sign, and it might perhapsbe just as well to add afew more shores while about the matter, and then test its stability by driving a heavy mob of cattle backwards and forwards over it pretty br...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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