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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 September 1867
debipping *nteliffence ARRIVALS. September 23.-SEA BIRD, 40 tons, O' Grady, master, from Champion Bay and Irwin :River. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Gust. Cargo-i sun_ dries. Same day,-JoHN EYsTON, 346 tons, Captain J. Wynn, from Melbourne. In ballast. Passemn gers.-Mr. and Mrs. Stark, in cabin; R. Troni son, in steerage. . ' DEPARTURES. , -.. September 25.-SEA RIPPLE, 188 tons, Pringle, master, for Singapore. Passengers-Mrs Pringle and child,. Messrs. Harvey, Nish," and Diagree. Cargo-sundries, . Same day.-AABIAN, 25 tons, Goss, imaster, for Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers-J, Wil son, Mrs. Gordon and family, (Miss McKernan, Mrs. Lewis and family, Mrs. Comer Cargo sundries. Same day.-MARY ANN, 33 tons, Chapman, master, for Champion, Bay and Port Walcott. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Rainer. Cargo sundries . Same day.-SwAN, 25 tons, Hanham, master, for Champion Bay. Cargo-sundries. Same day.-SEA SPRAY, 34 tons, H. O'Grady, master, for Champion Bay. Cargo-sundries.
FIRE DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 October 1867
FIRE DEPARTMENT. This company issues policies onproperty and goods, subject to the reduced rates of premium.. The fire income in 1861 was £360,130. Class 1.-Detached buildings of brick or stone, with slate or shingle roof and native wood timbers and floots, 12s. 6d. per cent. per annum. Class 2-.Same class building used as dwellings and for merchandise and stores in trade, 22s. 6d. per cent. per annum. Other risks according to arrangement. Class 1.-P?rivate dwellings one or more stories high, detatched buildings, or brick or stone walls, slated roof, mahogany or deal timber andjfloors 12s. 6d .per cent per annum. Contents of any kind, same rate as building. Other risks according to arrangements LOOAL COMMITTEE IN PERTH: Bayly M]aycock, Esq., A. HII. Stone, Esq. LIFE DEPARTMENT. Life Policies are issued with all the advantages of a mutual company, com bined with the stability to be derived from an influential proprietary, a subscribed capital of nearly Two Millions, and accu mulated ...
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. Subscribed Capital, £1,887,020. PAID-UP CAPITAL AND ACCUMULATED FUNDS, £1,311,905, Of which £270,000 are invested in Victoria and New South Wales. Perth Agency, Western Australia. No reference to England required. LOSSES PAID IN MELBOURNE. Directors in Victoria— [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 October 1867
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY, Subscribed Capital, £1,887,020. PAID-UP CPITAL AND ACcuULA.TED FUNDs, £1,311,905, - Of which £270,000 are invested in Victoria and New South Wales. Perth Agency, Western Australia. No reference to England required. LOSSES PAID IN MELBOURNE. . Directors in Victoria- Chairman-The Hon.. James Henty; M. L. C. The Hon. Sir J. F. Palmer, President of the Legislative Council; The Hon. James M'Culloch, M. P. The Hon, Sir Francis Murphy, Speaker of the Legis lative Assembly; The Hon. Robert Turn bull, M.- L. C. Swinton Boult, Esq., Secretary to the Company. W. Murray Ross, Esq. J.P. Secretary, Melbourne. FIRE. ANNUITIES.-LIFE .4 Fire Premium £580,000. . Life do. £200,000. Invested Funds £3,050,000. ' Funds invested in Australia £300,000..
THE STORY-TELLER. MILDRED GAUNTLETT. CHAPTER V. HISTORICAL AND RETROSPECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 October 1867
¶ 'HE STORY-TELLER. Si:. MILDRED GAUNTLETT.: S-:'l . .i. or of The Od .ifno rHouse" CHAPTER V. IIISTORICAL AiND -RE TROSPP.ECTIVE ; ... .It was the early openming of the imonth of .-Junie, ih:the year of Grace, 1645;:-. There are days and years in the history of the: world destined to be memorable, more memorable than others; every day, if we did but realize it more. or behold all the operations wvhich take " place beneath its rising and its setting sun, is memorable but there are peculiar epochs, paiticular periods which stamp upon the page of history, and the archives of the world strange events, . stern realities and marvellous remembrances stand ing out felicitously, or sorrowfully, grandly or disastrously from the past flowing on or the onward stream of the resistless river of Time. Such was just the period of which I write, a period ever to be recollected by all thought ful men, whether they be poet or historian, polemic or politician, .aristocrat or democrat, peer, prelate, S...
WANTED! A PRINCE! [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 October 1867
- VWANTED I A PRINCE I! Oh have you heard the doleful news ! the tidings so bewilderin' Which agitate the frenzied minds of women men and childrin', 'Tis of the Royal Sailor Prince in the Galatea Frigate, Sir, Who had to pay a· visit here, but alas for us, he didn't Sir I Oh dear Oh ! When South Australia hears of this, she will begin to crow! By day and night, Yfor weeks, therc's been :- -- "'. -i btremendous preparation, To welcome him but now we're seized with S- direful consternation! Dark rumors fill the pregnant air I One hears : them as they blow by, That all our trouble is for naught, He's given us the go-by! Oh dear Oh ! When Merrie England hears ofthis, there'llbe a dreadful go ! Great Public Meetings have been held, the Mighty Men assembled, Some quite agreed With what was said, audsome we know dissembled. Wise men'their heads together laid toperpetrate Se o r ' addresses Sir, But who are we to read 'em too ? is chief of our. distresses Sir. Oh dear Oh ! &c. Great...
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 October 1867
ift Ianoueeu Holloway's Ointment and Pills.-Colds influenza.-Until within a very few years these, complaints were treated with blood-letting, blistering, and emetics. Now a more rational method of cure has been adopted; Holloway's Ointment and Pills purify, heal, and strengthen. They neither weaken the body, nor disconcert the nervous system. Depletion, doubtless arrested these diseases, but at the same time it took away nature's means of restoration. H-olloway's remedies, on the contrary, while working the cure, are laying the foundation for perfect recovery, not only of the afflicted, but every other organ. Hlolloway's preparations are also the best preservatives against the whole list of winter ailments; they throw ouir impurities, and preserve the vital principle from disease or lead it back to health.
THE SHOE-BLACK'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 October 1867
THE SHlOE-BLACK'S STORY Thankee, sir; a penny more, if you please-it's tupence, sir. I does my bu siness well, sir, and charges proportionate Wot's my name ? Well, it's 'soaped my recollection, sir ; I hears it so seldom. They calls me Rip mostly. I's a boy; sir, as is earned my own livin' ever sense I was knee high to a ha'pence. I despises tumblers; I do, sir-they's a lazy set, l de pendin' upon their capers,, who wants to see a feller making a cart-wheel of hisself ? All very well-for them what wishes to loaf, but I come of a sensible stock I expect-intend to make a fortin' settle- down and marry, sir. Got herin myeye, too. None o' them gadding good for. nothings, she ain't, what goes in ale houses; and ain't ashamed o' theirselves, but a reg'lar steady one. Wha~t's my ago? Well, I'm little, but I'am 0old; twelve's my age, sir, .far as I car learn. H]avn't got no father an' mother,: sir; can't never recollect them. Havn't a doubt but I was borne of illustrious parents, sir, and s...
THE FREMANTLE ADDRESS TO PRINCE ALFRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 October 1867
THE FREMANTLE ADDRESS TO PRINCE ALFRED. Founded or unfounded, a rumor had been circulated that it was intended to decline to allow the address to be presen ted, in consequence of the informal man ner in which the original meeting had been called that prepared and passed the address. To avoid such anuntoward occur rence it was determined by those who take a lively in~terest in the matter to re quest the Resident Magistrate to call a Public .Meeting in the usual way, and accordingly on Monday a formal request wasforwardedto 0. SymmonsEsq. request ing him to convene a public meeting for [ the purpose of considering an address to H. R. H. In compliance with the request, his worship called a meeting for Tuesday the Ist, of which notice was given by pla cards. The following is a brief summary oe what took place. The Resident Magistrate read thie re quest to call a meeting and the notice, and stated that it was thought to be ex pedient to call this meeting as there was some question about ...
THE NATIVES. To the Editor of The Herald [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 October 1867
THE NATIVES, To the Editor of The Herald SIR, Your correspondent" Oxonian " in your issue of the 7th inst., exhorts you to use your power ful pen in behalf of the poor natives, and you forthwith proceed to make some rather strong remarks. Allow me, my dear Sir, to ask, Is the matter to end here ? Again and again this subject is brought for ward, again and again strong words are spoken, and again and again the subject is dropped, I would observe that on a subjectso dificult, we are all, no doubt apt to find a soothing salve for our consciences and a ready relief to our feel ings, in saying or assenting to a few earnest words, while we overlook the fact that words are not deeds. You My dear Sir, and the Editor of the Perth Gazette have recently brought this subject be fore the public once again. Let me then invite you and him, THIS TIIIE to try to get it one step in advance, and tothis end I would remind you both, that many months (almost two years) ago one of the wealthiest Settlers ...
BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 October 1867
. :~~ BU BU RY. It is with extreme regret I have to announce the total destruction by fire, on SUinday, at half-past .3 a.m., of Leschenault Mill, near Bimbury, the property of Mr. W. Forrest. At.present the origin of the calamity remains ..i?hknown ; Mr. Forrest had been over the * premises late on Saturday evening when every thing appeared all safe. Only one man slept on the Mill premises. On the nightofthe acci dent the wind raged with considerable violence, and under its influence the whole of the build ings and machinery were reduced to ashes twi'thin an hour from first discovery of the fire. A- road party of prisoners and about 30 other people were at work on the ruin as early as the heat would enable them to approach. About 4,000 bushels of wheat belonging to pri vate individuals was in the Mill, ot which it is questionable if the salvage will be at all useful for flour. \fr. Forrest's 20 years unwearied skill anid enterprize had rendered this Mill certainly not 'Secondto any...
VALUE OF A PLEDGE. To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 October 1867
VALUE OF A PLEDGE. To the Editor of The Ierald. SIR, Perhaps the following extracts from the Jour nals of the day may enlighten the public as to the value of a Gubernatorial Pledge-Perth Gazette-August 25, 1865 :-The Governor said " that with regard to the nomination of mem, hers if it was left in his hands, he would wil ingly consult the wishes of the Colonists, and would pledge himself to do so if the persons re commended had nothing objectionable against them, but after all he mustbe guided by circum stances, and comply with the decision of the Secretary of State."IHerald-July6, 1867: Mr. Samson in his remarks upon a Petition from the publicans of Fremantle observed, "When Governor Kennedy demanded an in crease of the Licence fee, the Council were in duced to consent, the Governor giving a pledge that at the end of three years the duties should be remitted, but when the time came, Governor Kennedy refused to remit them." The Governor said" he should consider him self in a measure...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1867. TENDERS ACCEPTED. B. MASON, [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 October 1867
GOVERNMENT GAZE TTE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1867. TENDERS ACCEPTED. -0 B. M?ason, To supply Timber for Port Walcott, at various prices. G. RANDELM, To boat Stone at 6d. per yard. NOTICE. The Annual General Licensing Meeting will be held at the Court House Fremantle, on Wednesday, the 16th day of October, 1867, at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of granting. Licenses for 1868. All applications for Licenses to be sent in to the Resident Magistrates' Office before the 7th day of October, 1867. CHAS. SYMMONS, Resident Magistrate. Fremantle Court House, 24th September 1867.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 October 1867
THnsURDA, OcronEit 3, 1867. Jo'h KoKe?zie, convict, was placed in tlhe dock charged with wounding with in tenit to murder George Forsyth, a Water Policeman, at Fremantle. The Attorney-General put in a report from a board of M[edical Officers, who were of opinidn lthat the accused is of un sound mind. : . The case was postponed and the Jury discharged. JosepI .Przice, convict charged with wounding with intent to ,murder, Wil liam Corp, in?the Convict Prison at Fre mantle. The prisoner was undefended. William Corp, is arn Assistant Warder in the Fremantle Prison. Prisoner was in the prison under witness's charge, in separate confinement. At half-past 8 o'clock on the 7th July the irons on the prisoner and three other men were in spected, and they were taken into the yard for exercise and returned to their cell about half-past nine. I went to his cell about 12 o'clock to give him his din ner. , Upon my unlocking the door prisoner stepped out with a pewter pint pot in his hand, with whi...
Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 October 1867
* otire to vorrspontbt nts A YORK FRIEND.--YOU desire to know how it is that so many typographical errors appear in the Herald. Well if you will come down and remain up with us all Friday night correcting proofs, you will be able to judge for yourself; generally speaking too, the manuscripts 'are so beautifully written that our compositors cannot read them, and guess at random at the writers orthography and etymology. THE ]MAN OF SIN -:We have received a very able letter commentingon the correspondence of the Rev. W. Mitchell on this subject in the "Western Australian.Church of England Mag azine." We are quite sure our correspondent will agree with us that a newspaper is not the most fitting place in which to discuss so impor. tant and serious a matter-it wTould be profan. ing it. W. C :-We have not been officially informed whether it is intended to place " the triumphal arch" now erecting near Mrs. Higham's, as a a permanent structure over the principal arch of the Fremantle Bridge...
SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 October 1867
SUPREME COURT-CRIMIN?AL SIDE. [Before His Honor Chief JnsticeBurt.] WEDNESDAY, OcTOBER 2, 1867. Jolm Symmonds, free, charged with having stolen from the dwelling-house of James Piggott, two money orders of the value of £5 and £3 O10s.; belonging to John Williams, a second count charged receiving. The prisoner was undefended. The jury found the prisoner guilty of larceny. Penal servitude for three years. There was another information for horse-stealing against the prisoner which was not proceeded with. George Lamb, charged with housebreak ing at Bunbury, and stealing a large quantity of goods; a second count charged receivming. The prisoner was undefended. A verdict of guilty upon the second count was returned. Sentence-Three years penal servitude. Louisa Lunzd, charged with conceal ment of Birth. The jury found the prisoner guilty, and His Honor passed a sentence of four months imprisonment, to date froin the day of the birth, thus giving the girl twenty-two days imprisonment from t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 October 1867
HIDES ! HIDES!!HIDES!!! MIESSRS LAMBE & CO., Tanners, Curriers, &c., &c., &c.' Y ORK, . BEG to acquaint their numerbous friends and the Public in general, that they have opened the above business at Riowanburn, near York, and that [they are purchasers of Hides, Kangaroo Skins, &c., for Cash or Stores, to be delivered a;t Mr. Edgar's store York. BEST QUALITY ON CHEAPEST TERMS. M BOOTS & SHOES. W. LEAC H, HIGH STREET, FIRElRANTLE. R ESPECTFIULLY invites Ladies and Gentlemen to inspect his stock of Boots and Shoes. The largest and best assorted in the Colony. -A liberal discount to dealers and to families ordering six pair. at once. The Trade supplied with Leather and G;rindery. F~remantle, 31st Jan., 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 ,unless one can be found to purify, re...
Public Opinion. For the statements and opinions of our Correspondents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. To Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 October 1867
SuI iW( (pinmon÷ For the statements and opinions of our Corres pondents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. To Editor of The Herald. SIR, Your contemporary, the Inquirer, having in his issue of Wednesday last, filled up a column of his paper on the subject of Education, he concludes without making known what it is he would recommend by way of amendment os what it is he is driving at. He asserts that Education is at a very low standard amongst the humbler classes in Western Australia. This fact is too palpably' evident to admit of contradiction, especially to any person who will take the trouble of examining. the scholars deprived of Books or Papers or the presence of their Masters, and thus throw them entirely upon their own capabilities to answer newly invented questions in those rules which they have passed. Tho the School Master can do very much yet the formaticn of their man. ners and morals is greately dependant upon the :parents themselves, and tho' the School Masters are c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 October 1867
M I M WIS S ARIAT :(RENDERS (in duplicate) will be re L l ceived at the Commissariat. Office, Fremantle, till NOON of MONDAY the 7th October, 1867, for the supply .of:the following ARTICOLES, viz :- : Rugs-H-ammock . No. -200 Lanterns-Dark-Bulls' Eye No.-6 Leatker--K~ip :.. 'Pounds-400o " -Kangaroo .. - '" -'--:24 Matches--Lucifer .. :Boxes--482 Need]les-Sail Sewing-Small No.--100 Palms-Sailmakers 9- : No.-6 Pans-~Frying-Large No.-12 Steelyards (to weigh from 208 to, 1016) No.-3 i Cot;ton-White Assorted Reels No.-144 Thread Linen-Whirte, Patent, Pouiids--6 ) Flax .:.. Pounds-6 •Webbing--Boot: .. Pieces-2 Wax--Bees' I . :Pounds-5 Paint--Green (IN Om) Pounds-112 To be delivered into the Commissariat 'Mjagazines, within three days from the date of acceptance of Tender, and subject to approval on delivery. C. W. EICHBAUJM, . Assistant Commissary General. Commissariat, Fremantle, W. A., 28tkSeptember, 1867 5 FOR SALE. [I-TEHE Clipper Schooner . .TW . IINKLING STAR,:: xpected from Calcutt...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 October 1867
As the time approaches for the meeting of the colonists on the 14th, great anxiety is naturally felt by the general public for such information as may serve to guide them in forming some opinion on the all absorbing question proposed for considle ration. We believe that the Act so often alluded to,the 13 and 14 Vict. is but little known, and even when known is but im perfectly understood, we give an extract from it, and shall proceed to comment u1pon its provisions. "And be it enacted, that upon the Presenta "tion of a petition signed by no less than one "third in number of the householders withili "the Colony of WVESTERN AUSTRALIA, praying "that a Legislative Council according to the " Provisions of this Act be established within "such Colony, and. that Provision be made "for charging upon the Revenues of such "Colony, all such part of the expences of the "Civil Establishment thereof as may have "been previously defrayed by Parliamentary "Grants, it shall be lawful for the persons ...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 5 October 1867
Asbippingl IntTiyerllent. !-- ARRIVAL. Oct. 1-WArEr LILY, ~28 tons, Lewis, mas ter, from Vasse and Bunbury. Passengers Miss Earnshaw, Mrs. Heppingstone, Mlr. Brown, E. Brown and 5 prisoners from the Vasse, J. Jones, J. Green and family and W. Pickergill. Cargo--I17 bags potatoes, 17 casks and ¼ ton of butter, 1 bale leather, 7 trusses hay, and sundries. R OTOera , . SATURDAY, OCTOBER.5, 1867.