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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 September 1867

FOR SALE. THE Clipper Schooner TWIPINKIVNG STAR, expected from Calcutta about the end of the present month. This smart little craft was launched in Calcutta in April last year, register 599 tons, and is built of teak. Her passenger accommodation is complete, and she is well and thoroughly fitted throughout. She was thoroughly surveyed by the late Harbor Master in May last, and his Report may be seen on application to the undersigned. Her capabilities for the Coasting Trade or for short sea trips are without ex ception. Full particulars maybe had of either MR. B3. VoN Br?A, Fremantle, or of FRANCISCO BROS. Fremantle September 19, 1867. Sale of General Merchandize, ex 'Lady Lyttleton,' ' Emily Smith,' and other vessels. MESSRS LIONEL SAMSON AND SON (GOVERNMENT AUCTIOxEEuS,) WIIL offer for Sale by Auction, at their Rooms, Cliff Street Fremantle, On MONDAY NEXT, SEPT. 23RD, N extensive asssortment of General Merchandize, consisting of-Iron Bedsteads, Basketware, Prime Pork in casks, Lin...

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

BIRTH. LEAF.-At the VASSE HOTEL, BUSSELTOF, On the 13th inst., theejwife ofi Mr. W. Leaf, of a daughter. For the convenience of our country subscribers, we have published our Sup plementa;l Summary, rather early; should, however, any thing occur, previous to the departure of the mail, deserving particu lar notice, an additional supplement will be issued to our town subscribers. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1867.

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 September 1867

ARRIVALS. 19.-FLYING FoAM, 33 tons, Cobb, master, frcm Port Walcott and Champion Bay. Pas sengers--Mr. Booth, R. Seymour, P. Morrisey M. Edwards and 1 native from Port Walcott ; John Davis and wife from Champion Bay. Cargo--50 bags flour and 150 do. bran from Champion Bay. CLEARED OUT. PALESTINE, 427 tons, Captain Carpenter, for Champion Bay. Passengers-Messrs. G. Shen ton, Dr. Scott, Parker, Penberthy, in cabin; Mlrs. McLean and J. Johnson, in steerage. Cargo-40 tons gum, 17 bales wool and 8 pkgs. sundries for London.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 September 1867

For London, via Cham pion Bay. "HE A. 1 clipper barque .L _ PALESTINE, 428 tons register, W.A. CORPENTER, 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 a few Cabin and Steerage passengers. For Freight or Passage apply to C. A. Manning, Fremantle, G. SHENTON, Perth, : Or G. SHENTON & Co., Champion Bay. Fiemantle, August 27, 1867. NOTICE. Monthly Sales by Auction at Geraldton, Champion Bay. THE undersigned beg to give notice to the Public of the Victoria Dis trict that they intend having an Auc tion at their Rooms, Geraldton, Champion Bay, on the second Wednesday in every month. All parties wishing to dispose of Stock, Land, Runs, or articles of any description, willplease give notice at least __one clear week before the sale, so that due publi city may be given. .. SCOTT & GALE, S.Au...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ONLY CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 September 1867

TEE ONLY CHILD. A lady sat musing at her window, Thie evening shades were gathering fast over the lovely landscapes upon which she gazed. A beautiful garden directly be fore hier, and far away she could see the sun sinking, almost hidden in the west. The air was cool and. pleasant, and the stillness refreshing, after a warnim ust ling day. The room in which she sa~t was small, and the furniture mean,: with the exception of two articles, one a fine piano-forte, and the other a beookcase fil led with Fricnch and? English works. The occupant of the room was very young, not more than nineteen years of age, but there was an'expression of care in her d ark-brown eyes that told of early sorrow. Her dress consisted of a plain white mus lin robe, confined at the waist by a black morocco belt; and her dark 'and abun dant hair was parted simply from her forehead, and gathered into a rich kInot behind. In spite of the simplicity of her dress, and her plainly-furnished room, as you looked upon t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE STORY-TELLER. MILDRED GAUNTLETT. CHAPTER IV. FATHER AND CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 September 1867

THE 8TORY-TELLER. MILDRED GAUNTLETT.: TBe~y " teklor of The Old .Manor louse." TCHAPER IV. SFATHER AND CHILD: Hush i tread lightly. The ground is neither sacred'or hallowed but it is sanctified by re sigation, rendered, holy by patient endurance, a sublime dependance, on Divine dispensation, and a firm reliance on the Supreme VWill. How alit we are to recognize a gracious providence in our success and good fortune, how prone to blame clance, when trouble comes and dark ness gathers round about. Such, did not the occupants of the chamber, where I .would in imagination take my readers. In that room sat Lady Muriel Bertamonte by the side of a lowly couch, on which lay calm and passive Mildred Gauntlett. The dark portals of the ' Valley of the Shadow ' had been opened for her, she had touched the very threshold. She had gazed into the gloomy depths beyond, be held the black and icy river, but, the loving gentle hand of all sustaining, all upholding, all gracious mercy, had touched her s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 September 1867

Holloway's Pills.--Cure for indigestion--Indi gestion with torpidity of the liver, is the curse r of thousands, who spend each day with accumn. lated sufferings, all of which may be avoidedby taking Holloway's Pills, according totheir ae. companying directions. They strengthen and invigorate every organ subservient to digestion. Their action is purifying, healing and strength. ening. They may be safely taken without in terfering with ordinary pursuits or requiring much restriction in diet. They quickly remove no6ise and giddiness in the head, and dispel low spirits and nervous fears. These balsamic Pills work the cure without debilitating or exhausting the system; on the other hand they conserve and support the vital principle by substituting pure for impure blood. T HE M OST RELIABLE FRIEND! HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT IT'S SEARCHING AND HEALING PRO PERTIES ARE KNOWN AND RECOG NISED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.; The number of.years this invaluable Oint ment has stood the test of public opinion (a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEPENDING UPON OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 September 1867

DEPENDING UPON OTHERS. ' Indeendence !'-it is the word, of all others, that Irish-men, women, and children--least understand ; and the calm ness, or rather indifference, with which they submit to dependence, bitter and miserable as it is, must be a source of deep regret to all who 'leave the land,' or who feel anxious to uphold the dignity of human kind. Let us select a few cases from our Irish village, such as are abun dant in every neighbourhood. Shane Thurlough, 'as dacent aboy, and Shane's wife, as ' clane-skinned a girl,' as any in the world. There is Shane, an active' handsome-looking fellow, leaning over the half-door of his cottage, kicking a hole in the wall with his brogue, and picking up all the large gravel within his reach to pelt the ducks with-those use ful Irish scavengers. Let us speak to him. Good-morrow, Shane!' ' Och! the bright bames of heaven on ye every day! and kindly welcome, my lady; and wont ye step in and rest-it's powerful hot, and a beautiful summer, su...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 September 1867

WE accept the olive branch extended to us by our contemporary, and further, in the spirit which he suggests, we will in troduce no unfriendly and irrelevant mat ter into the discussion of the question at issue between us. With him, to.repeat our own expression as recognized by the writer of the leading article in the Inqui rer, we are determined advocates ~for, the " Popular Element" in the new ]geis lative Council. We have before us the requisitiohniad dressed to the Sheriff of the Colon).f' to call a public meeting for the purpose of devising some means of taking the sense of the colonists as to the particular per sons to be recommended" by Gove?nor Hampton under the limitations 6f the Secretary of State's dispatch. With' all due respect for the Gentlemen who have signed it, we much fear that no piactical result can follow from such a meeting. The question ha.s proceeded too far to ad mit of any material alteration, and' the outside that can be done, looking t the diversity of opi...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 September 1867

S .LER l Ti. (From our own Correspondent.) ' We cannot complain of a dearth of interesting subjects at the present time. Never in the his tory of the Colony was there such an exciting time as the present, and it is devoutly to be wished that the inhabitants of this land of ' Drousy-head' having been stirred up into something approaching a state of wide awake ness will not relapse into their usual condition of somnolency. First we have the anticipated visit of the Royal Prince-Alfred-who according to news paper accounts has an evident penchant for-cold fowl and sherry, rather than receptions, levees, balls and deputations. I mention this that the authorities here may know how to treat him, and not worry the'life out of the lad by boring him with what he heartily detests. Rehearsals take place every day at Government House of the various scenes to be enacted, and speeches to be made, and it is confidently expected that the gentlemen will be perfect in their parts before the Prince's a...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 17, 1867. TENDER ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 September 1867

N.VE.R NME NT GAZETTE TUESDAY, SEPTEIMBER, 17, .1867. TENDER ACCEPTED. -o-- THOS. W. MEWS, JUN., To build a Boat for the Harbor Master's De partment, for £129. S. S ublit Opinion. For the statements and opinions of our Corres p;onients, we do not hold ourselves responsible.

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 September 1867

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, Recently in your columns I observed a letter signed "Oxonian," complaining of-the treat. meat of the natives by certain settlers. Would you permit me through the medium of your paper to bring to the notice of the proper authoi rities another oversight or neglect. At Mans durah, Pinjarrah, and the Harvey, their are a great many natives who have not received this season their annual supply of blankets, and had it not been for the kindness of the ladies' of the district inu supplying them with skirts they would have been without covering at all. Surely their must be neglect somewhere in having permitted these poor creatures to pass all this dreadful winter without receiving their usual supply of clothing, which ought to have been issued the early part of the season, and not now when the summer is setting in. I am sure this only requires to be publicly known to have the matter set right. QUIP. 23rd September, 1867,

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 September 1867

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, Once more I propose to put in an appearance in the columns of your now widely circulated Journal. I am aware that I am not equal to express my opinions in the clear, forcible and classical language of your contemporary, but what I have to say I will say in the usual idiomatic English of the day, as I still consider Lindly Murray an authority in Syntax and Brave Old Sam in Etymology. Our last Eng lish mail has brought us an account of the final settlement of the Reform question, I say final, because the Tory Cabinet have con ceded the utmost extension of the Franchise ever deinanded-Household suffrage. We learn that this desirable termination to a pro tracted and tiresome discussion on the bill and its details was due not, to the selfish, plastic strategy of MIr. Disraeli, or the overwhelming eloquence of Mr. Gladstone, but to the influ ence of the hale old member for Oxfordshire, Mlr. HIenly, the Squire of Squires. Opposed to touching the Church-to ...

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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 September 1867

OBbts aad @nb#., On the death of the prince consort the queen had Buckingham Palace dismantled, and so it remains to this day, all except the private rooms. The queen will not drive through the royal gateway of the palace, nor has she since her husband died. She will not ride through the royal entrance to the house of lords, but goes in through the peers' entrance. She will not wear the royal robes, and when she opens Parliament in person the robes are thrown over the back of the throne, which is a gilded chair surmounted with a gilt crown, and she sits on them. She comes to London when duty calls, seldom passes a night in her capital, and has passed less than a dozen in four years. She remains in quiet at Windsor or Osborne She has no company but what her official position imposes on her. The State apartments at Windsor are all dismantled and are unused the massive plate is not used-a plain silver service is put on the table-a small, quiet pony and a low-wheeled carriage the queen ...

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To the Editor of The Herald [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 September 1867

To the Editor of The Herald SIR: . I observe the Inquirer of last Wednesday asserts that the Householders Memorial of 1865 was forwarded to the Home Government, and that Mr. Samson's p~otest against Mr. Hardy's motion also went, Well! as the Editor wishes the public to believe that his assertion is a semi official declaration, perhaps he may be able also in his semi official capacity to furnish us with a copy of His Excellency's Dispatch, or it may be Dispatches, which accompanied the documents in question, for the Public do not believe the Home Government would have so wholly igno. red the Memorial, as His Grace the Duke of Buckingham's Dispatchdoes, had there not ap, peared strongreason for a conclusion that the Co. lonists really cared nothing for what they MemoL rialized about. If the Governor has dealt honestly by us in the affair, he can have no objection to hand to his friend the Editor the documents for publication; and until the public know the whole truth, a very large por...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. "INVITED TO TEA." [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 September 1867

CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. "INVITED TO TEA." I aint many friends so don't often get invited out to tea-still it does so happen at times that some one says, "Will you take a cup of tea with us this evening ?" in which case I generally begins turnin' over in my mind what could have induced 'em to ask me. P'r'aps they intends, by and by askin' a favor, and is smoothin the way by tea and bread and butter, or they wants to wind out of me somethin' about aneighbo'rs character, or dearer still, to them, they wants to indulge in a bit of scandal themselves, and they know I'm a patient listener. There may be a good deal of what ain't quite right said over the beer pot or the wine glass, but I'm pretty certain, so far as my limited experience goes, that there's a great deal more mischief and wickedness indulged in over a cup of tea-of course that is by those who, consider good liquor and wickedness as one and the same thing, and confound tea and cold water with virtue. Generally speakin' ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 September 1867

To Editor of The Herald. SIR, In your Journal of the 13th July there ap pears under the head of "News from South Australia,'' the following :-Sheep are dying about Ararat with lung disease, "Fluke and Scab." If this be true what will become of un fortunate Western Australia. As a last resource our Legislators and agitators have provided us with a second bank, and a " Scab Act." these were to make us go ahead, that is if we know how to use them which is still considered doubt ful-and perhaps enable us to overtake our neighbors. The bank is I suppose doingits share well and profitably, the other thing would have been at work, only the Champion Bay people, fast men though they be, were not ready and so it was suspended. But what must be done ? The York people hav'nt many sheep, and their opinion does -act stand for much but I will venture to say what I think. The Champion Bay men must go over once more to His Excellency, tell him they are very sorry, but it has been discovered that the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 September 1867

: I OOMMIS SB ARIA T~. TENDERS (in duplicate) will be re -L "ceived at the Commissariat Office, Fremantle, till NOON of MONDAY the 7th October, 1867, for the supply of the following ARTICLES, viz:-- - Rugs---ammock . No.-~200 Lanterns-Dark-Bulls' Eye No.-6 Leath.r-Kip .. Pounds-400 . -Kangaroo.. ': -24 Matehes--Lucifer .. Boxes-43j2 Needles-Sail Sewing-Small No.-100 Paluis-Sailmakers. . . No.-6 Pans-Frying-Large No.-12 Steelyards (to weigh froni 208 to 3101b) No.-3 Cotton-White Assorted Reels No.-144 Thread Linen-White, Patent, Pounds--6 Flax . . Pounds-6 Webbing-Boot .. Pieces-2 Wax-Bees' • Pounds-5 Paint-Green (IN OrI) -.Pounds--112 To be delivered into the Commissariat Magazines, within three days from the date of acceptance of Tender. and subject to approval on delivery. C. W. EICHBAUM, Assistant Commissary General.. Commissariat, Fremantle, W. A., 28th September, 1867 ) FOR SALE. FfHE Clipper Bchooner .LrVINKLING STAR, expected from Calcutta about the end of the present month. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 September 1867

For London, via Cham Spion Bay. - F'JTHEA. 1 clipper barque - .L P LES TINE, 428 tons register, W.A. CBArPENTER, 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 a few Cabin and Steerage passengers. For Freight or Passage apply to C. A. Manning, Fremantle, O G. SHENTON, Perth, Or G. SHENTON & Co., Champion Bay. SFremantle, August 27, 1867. *NOTICE. Monthly Sales by Auction at 4: Geraldton, Champion Bay. ?HE undersigned beg to give notice to the Public of the Victoria Dis trict that they intend having an Auc tion at their Rooms, Geraldton, Champion Bay, on the second Wednesday in every month. All parties wishing to dispose of S·tock, Land, Runs, or articles of any description, will please give notice at least one clear week before the sale, so that due publi city may be given. SCOTT & ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 September 1867

DEATH. RICI.-On 13thinstant, Aged 53 years, deeply lamented by her bereaved husband and family, FANNY, the beloved wife of Mr. George Rich, of Borup, formerly of Ottery St. Mary, Deyen. S Ebt 9tralb., SATURDAY, SEPTEM£BE 28, 1867.

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