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ZILLAH: A TALE OF THE GREAT DELUGE. In Five Chapters. CHAPTER 4TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 February 1867

I L LA H: A TALE OF THE GREAT DELUGE. *n1 jfibc 1Tbapters. CHAPTER 4TH. T:.he chant ceased, the voices were silent, btt there came back to the ears of the multitude an echoq, and it seemed to say " Doom. It did say so, and amidst the hush and i-.awe,; the song of Naamiah had caused, Noah easily made an unobstructed way Sto the Ark, and accompanied by Lamech soon stood amidst 1.ps sons and their kindred, who greeted him with profound reverence and chastened affection. " My Father,"' said Shem the eldest born, with mnch humility, "the work of the Lord i~s completed, and food and -forage for them and those whom Jehovah designeth to save are stored in ampleq uantity for their provision. We but await thy commands my father, and throuigh thee the word of the Lord as to anything further thou shalt tell us to do. ' :ather, thou knowest we believe thee, Sbut in this solemn and tremendous hour, leave us no more.! Help us by thy counsel, comfort us.by thy presence." T.. 'Thou hast done well, ....

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 February 1867

.. -EA LTH FOR'iALLd. • . ..,:: ,?:,::y -' , .. , " BY IaHOLLOWAY'S PILLSI Loss of Hea.lth-Loss of 8trength-Lo@ of Appetite. The marvellous effect , of this fine' medicine upon the system is suich as to immediately rally all Uthe vital functions, the appetite is soon restored, a full flow of spirits quickly follows, the body be . comes immensely invigorated with a cer tainty of restored health: fresh air and a little exercise are necessary to bring about a permanent state of things. Holloway's Pills impart tone and energy to the most delicate constitutions, and in a manner as to astonish all who take them. By their extraordinary virtues they have ob. tained the largest scale of any medicines in the world." Head, Heart, Lungs aan Stomach. SLook to the regularity of .the functions of these foundations of vitahlty. Hollo way's Pills restore to order the slightest departure from the proper action, and,. therefore, may be considered as the regu. lators of the mainspring of human life. Ap...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE DOG DOCTOR'S SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 February 1867

THE DOG' DOCTOR'S SECRE~T.--GOOd food, dainties, and want of exercise are the destruc tion of parlour dogs. They become fat with increasming age, and contract various diseases. At last the day comes when a dose of prussic acid must finish the business, or that medical practitonersmust be called in vwho will by a severe regimen restore the dog's health and appetite. An ex-kennel man in our neigh bourhood made a very comfortable income by this peculiar line of practice. He divulged the secret of his system a few days before his dissolution to the estimable clergyman of the parish. "I always tied 'em," said this canine Abernethy, "to a crab tree at the end of my garden for a week, and gave 'em nothing but water. When I fetched 'em from their mis tresses they refused to eat what I should have been glad to get, and when they went back they would eat what I couldn't have touched. I've had some dogs twice or even three times a year, but I always cured 'em at last. One of them was as good a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 February 1867

jT .,,was the misfortune of the original settlers in Western Australia to scatter themselves over a vast extent of territory, ,placing, in many cases, miles of impass able.sqrub between one little settlement and its next neighbpr. Instead of con centrating their labor and .capital iipon one spot, thus combining their resources to render that spot productive and profi .table,' from whence might radiate the .eiterprise which should ultimately 'over-run.anid cultivate the whole, :they formed a 'number of small cpmmunities, lunder circumstances and conditions which will render it impossible to fill up .the intervening gaps for centuries to -come. To this cause, perhaps, more than -o any other,.may beattributed the back ;wardness of the colony and its conse qupent.dependance upon extraneous assis tance. Had the tide .of immigration" ,continued, bringing with it men of cap ital iandl energy, all would have been ,well. 'These, attracted to the various distric~ts, would have infused vitalit...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE HOMELESS CHILDREN OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 February 1867

THE HOMELESS CHILDREN OF LONDON. Whatever may be said of our National and Individual selfishness, every day furnishes happily for suffering humanity, evidence that, occupied as the generality of Englishmen are, in active industries, set bye a well-substantiated statement of human suffering, or human degradation be placed before them, and a proper remedy suggested; at the same time, John Bull will be found with a tear for every man's wants. He has not time to seek out for subjects fbr the display of his sympathies, or the outpourings o? his purse; but he is ever ready to take the word of others, who have leisure as well as inspiration. A well directed move ment in favour of the homeless children of London has met with a ready response, and for it we are indebted to the indefa tigable and philanthropic "Casual:" Seldom has a more gracious, noble, and judicious act been performed than that which has been the means of converting one of her Ma jesty's war-vessels into an establishment fo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Summary of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 February 1867

ht'nrnfary? of A3dus. THE .Colonial Press has ever. been open to suggestions for such an adjustment of the tenure of land question, as without com prising the great truth,that the Agricultu ral interest is a nations strength, may yet adhering to this principle, in exceptional cases, afford not only encouragement, but protection to other interests inti mately allied to, and connected with it. Such an interest exists in all the colonies of the Australian continent; in Western Aiustralia Stockholders have acted, we might say, as Pioneers, occupying large tracts of unappropriated lands for depas turing purposes so long, that they almost looked on the permissive right to use them as an inheritance to be transmitted to their children, overlooking the fact, that such lands were held under condi tions,for the benefit of Agricultural immi grants; to a certain extent, this excep tion has been abused. Agricultural speculators have selected the most favored spots, so as to harass and in conveni...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 February 1867

FLotaI_*ntdriI(entc. AnoUT 1 clo'ck a.m. on the 19th instant, 2 prisoners made their escape from the stringent working party, at North Fremantle Bridge. The Police followed on their tracks untilh dark and are now in pursuit. The men being old hands are likely to give some trouble, They are named Kelly and Goodland. Two men also made their escape from Point Resolution, the same day, in the evening, Warder Griffin in charge of the Bar" Party, was aroused by his little dog barking, and, on goings outside to see what caused the alarni, found the men who had made their escape: from the Point, named Burns and Sthbbs,. they were handed over to the Police.

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A WALK IN THE CHURCH YARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 February 1867

A WALK IN THE CHURCH YARD. .We walked within the Church-yard bounds, My little boy and I He laughing, running happy rqunds, I, pacing mournfully. Nay, child it is not well, I said, 'Among the graves to shout, To laugh and play among the dead,, : :i And make this noisy rout.' : A moment to my side he clung, Leaving his merry play, .A moment stilled his joyous tongue Almost as hushed as they. Then quick forgetting the command. . In life's exulting burst Of early glee, let.go my hand, : . Joyous as at the first. And now I did not check him more, .: - For taught by nature's face, I had grown wiser than before, . Even in that mnoment's space. j. Skhe spread no funeral pall above That patch of church-yard ground,, . But the same azure vault of love As hung o'er all around. And white' clouds o'er that spot would pass As freely as elsewhere ; The sunshine on no other grass A richer hue might wear. And formed from out that very mould. In which the dead did lie The daisy with the eye of gold ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. OUR BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 February 1867

CHIPS BY :A .SANDAL WOOD' CUTTER. OUR BOYS. I dent mean thelittle -tiny ones as you see runnin' about the streets in nicker bookers and long stockin's ., munchin' lollys and preventin'g the young women as is out with 'em from havin' a nice long talk to their young men. They're very interestin' to their parents and stoodents of natural history , but plagy annoyin' to school masters, servant gals and fidgetty old men. Once when I was laid up, cut my foot a adzing wood, I was nearly worried to death by three little " darlings," as their mother called 'em. They were in perpetual motion, and -never out of mischief.. At last they pelted me with grape skins through the winder; and whenI threatened to lick the young barbarians, their mother said ;-" They. didn't know you was there or they would n't throwd' 'em." " You 're worse than them" says I, "its your place to teach 'em better,"' and we had a reg'lar turn up which ended in my shiftin's my-quarters, But it aint these kind of boys I'm sp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 February 1867

... i*errllancou . A NEw CHYMrICL ToY.-" Vesuvian. Tea is a very amusing trifle that has followed in the wakeof "Pharaoh Serpents. Two packets of yellow dust and a tin tray with a handle, are sold under this name. Some of thedust is placed in the tray, which is then held over the candle, and, to the astonishment of the beholder, in . an instant the tray becomes full to overflowing with what appears to be excellent green tea. A SYMPATHIZER.--A young minister, in a highly elaborate sermon which he preached, said several times, " The commentators do not agree with me here. Next morning a poor women came to see him, with somnething done up in her apron. She said her husband has heatd his sermon and had thought it was a very fine one, and as he had said the common taters did not agree with him, he had sent some of his best kidneys : DISTINCTION WITHOUT. A DIFFERENCE. Brown says he dosent like too many barristers in Parliament. Jones avers that he objects to a superabun dance of solicitor...

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A ROAR FROM A FORGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 February 1867

A ROAR FROM A FORGE. If there's any one mortal thing as a man's got well to be proud on, it's his strength that's what I says.; and I'm as full o' bounce about mine as a man can be. I ain't got no head not to speak of-leastwise, I mean not a learned head, for though they talks about read ing made easy, it was never easy for me ; and as for writing-well, I can chalk a bit, and keep a score up behind the door in the smithy, while as to booking, why Davy does, all that he's my tother head. I often think as I must have a bit o' the bull-John Bull-in my breed, for you never saw such a short, black curly, block as I've got-thick as it's long; while as for arms, and chest, and loins, I'11 stand against any man in any forge in the country-same hammers, same weight, double or single, and tire him, or my name ain't Solomon Brown, there, now, I told you a man ought to be proud of his strength, and I am, precious. But then, as I said before, I ain't got no thinking head to signify; and I am sur...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 February 1867

SALE OP S'TOCK. Sheep, Horses, ' Cattle, Hay, Corn, &c. ._MR. T. BAILEY .. as been favored with instructions from W W. HOOPS, ESQ., to Sell by Pub 1i3 Auction, at his residence, Wood, Slands, near York. On TURSfDAY,.28thlof February, 1867, ' AT 12 od'cLocK. T~HE whole of his Stock, Produce, SFarming Implements, Household Flurniture, Kitchen Utensils, &c., &c. STOOK. A?bout 850 Sheep, 550 of which are -Ewes; 30 or more WTedders, and the re ~" mainder Lambs. -. A few fine good working Horses; some Sfrnd Brood Mares; a few splendid Colts nJd Fillies by those first-class horses "' Khorassan" and Young "'Horkstow." A ':Afew fine Cows and Young Heifers, 12 Store Pigs, several fine Sows, and about 20 young Pigs. FARMING IMPLEME.NTS,.&.: '&. Spring Cart and Plated Mounted Har 'ness, Waggon, Iray, Light iTip Cart, several sets of Cart Leading and Plough SHarness,.two of Howard's double Wheel Ploughs, pair of Harrows, Roller, two Chaff Cutters, and Winn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 February 1867

FREEIASON'S HOTEL, F REMANTLE. Tj E undersigned having received ex .L BPIJDIE," a MACHINE complete, for the Manufacture of IERATED WATERS, and having also engaged a competent person to work the same, is now. prepared. to supply Hotel Eeepers, and private families with SODA WATER, LEMONA.DE, GINGER BEER, &c., at "re'ason.able prices. A guarantee required that all bottles : be returned. The undersigned also requests any p-eirsons having OLATIS on him to send in their Accounts for payment on or before >.the' 21st March next, and all persons INDEBTED to him are requested to pay the amount due on or before the pre viously-mentiolned date, or the said debts will be immediately placed in the hands of a solicitor for recovery. JAMES HERBERT, S.?. Feb. 23rd, 1867. J. . JOHNSTON, ::Wheelwright and Carpenterss, YORK, ": EGS to inform the inhabitants of the BL District and colony at large, that :he is prepared to execute ordeis for W.aggois, Drays, Carts, Traps, &c., in a fir...

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WESTERN AUSTRALIAN WORKING MEN'S ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 February 1867

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN WORKING MEN'S ASSOCIATION. Cliff Street, Fremantle, Jan. 25th, 1867.   1.-Your Committee have the pleasure of   presenting you with their fifth yearly report. 2.-The first event of importance during the past year was the receipt of a letter from the Honorable the Colonial Secretary, intimating that His Excellency the Governor had been pleased to grant a donation of £50 to the Association. Your Committee, upon the return of the~Treasurer, the Reverend Joseph Johnston, from a pastoral tour, forwarded by him their sincere acknowledgments of this continned proof of the interest His Excellency takes in the progress of the Association, and also of his satisfaction that his liberal donations on previous occasions have been properly applied. 3.-By the Lady Louisa which arrived here in July last, your Committee received an ap propriate donation to the Library and Reading Room, in the shape of a box of books and news papers from Mrs. Basnett, of Bu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WESTERN AUSTRALIAN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 February 1867

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN RACES. The Epsom Meeting of the Colony came off on Wednesday ane Thursday, and as much in terest was felt in the events as at the great National Meeting itself, all sorts and conditions of vehicles, coming through clouds of dist, and under a tropical heat, with numerous parties of our boys and gals, in all sorts of costumes, upon all sorts of animals, mixed with all sorts of pedestrians, from all directions, found them selves in due timeupon the colonial race course; eating, but chiefly drinking, with a shy at Aunt Sally, constituted the principal amusement of the merry grotips of young and old, assembled to enjoy themselves on the occasion. MAIDEN PLATE. A sweep of 3 sovs., with 50 sovs. added; weight for age, 1 mile and a distance ; heats. Mr. Ougden's ch. g. HIT-or-Miss, aged (King), 8st 131bs.... ... ... 2 0 1 1 Messrs. K. & A. Brown's g.g. BREDAL BANE, 5 years, (Woolhouse), 8st 101bs. 0 1 2 2 Mr J. B. Leeke's b. g. DANDY, 5 yrs., (Hackett), 8st. 101bs...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FREMANTLE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 February 1867

FREMANTLE MECHANICS'   INSTITUTE. At a special General Meeting of the Fremantle Mechanics' Institute, held January 31st, 1867, the following Mem- bers were elected Officers of the Institu- tion, for the following year : President, Mr. D. K CONGDON. Vice President, G. B. HUMBLE.   Treasurer, W. S. PEARSE.   G. PEARSE.   A LEE.   G DAVIS.   J A LEACH             S A. LUCAS, E. HIGHAM. J McGIBBON.   J. H. MASTERS. G RAWLSTON.   Auditors. Mr. A. E. PETRIE. P. GIBBONS.   Jan. 31st, 1867. THE HERALD starts on inde- pendent principles. Its chief object will be the extension of commercial relations at home     and' abroad. The .development .of our natural and industrial re souirces, .and the diffasion of as much practical, instructive, and amusing information as its limits ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PHOTOGRAPHY AND CRIME [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 March 1867

SPHOTOGRAPHY AND CRIME--W here the system is adopted, the portrait of every criminal is taken as soon as he arrives at the gaol, and prints from this negative are circu lated, attached to a printed form, in which a description is given, including details of age, height, complexion, hair, eyes nose, whiskers, and specific marks, and also the account which the prisoner gives of birth' last residence, education trade, religion, &c. The circular, containing the portrait and these particulars, is forwarded by the governor to the governor ofa neighbouring gaol, stating that the prisoner above described isin custodyfortrial ;"' and a request is added that, if he.is recognised as having been in custody before, particulars may be forwarded, and also that the circular may be forwarded to the next gaol marked in the route annexed. Thus the document passes through a prescribed route, receiving as it travels the testimony of various governors, intimating that the prisoner is" not known,"...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ZILLAH: A TALE OF THE GREAT DELUGE. In Five Chapters. CHAPTER 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 March 1867

Z ILLA H:. A 'TALE OF THE GREAT DELUGE. 3n ,fibe @4iapters, CHAPTER 5TrH. Alas:! it was even so! Lamech' and Zillah with -their little ones had set out to "flee to the refuge set before them." Zillahi's proud ad idolatrous yet gentle heart, had at last given way to her hus band's prayer, .a~d he discovered too late for his peace .and happiness, that in Zillah he could have found a willing listener years agone, had he but told her, all his soul; it was past now. He saw the sun go down, he-beheld the portents of, and in the sky; arnd worse than all, he saw her .whom .he loved so fondly, fall prostrate on the earth, from exertion, and lay as if she were dead. Folding round the insensible form of his adored, a robe of skins, he committed his boy, to a faithful servitor, who adhered to him, and with a melancholy and aching heart he retraced his steps; bearing in his arms his now more than ever beloved Zillah to his mountain home. He laid her down in their nuptial chamber, and amidst the ...

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ILFRACOMBE. OPENING OF AN ODD FELLOWS' LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 March 1867

ILFRACOMBE. OPENING OF AN O)DD FELLOWS' LODGIE. The "Loyal Combined Lodge" of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows7 M.U., was formally opened on Wednesday, in a room adjoining Crockwell's 'London fInn.' A number of the brethren from Barnstaple attended the Lodge; and, after the business of initiation had been concluded, the newly-made members and their Barnstaple brethren, numbering about 50, formed in grand procession and perambulated the town, wearing their beautiful silk sashes, and carrying the splendid and costly silver regalia of the Order, preceded by a band engaged for the occasion. Nothwithstanding the unfavourable state of the weather, the procession had a very imposing effect and attracted considerable attention as it passed through the principal thorough fares. The following is the order of the ~PROCESSION. Outside Tiler with drawn sword., Inside Tiler, with drawn sword - - Brothers in twos . Brother, with hour-glass Permanent Secretary, with cross pens : - Brother, with...

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Origional Poems. ROMANCE AND REALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 March 1867

ROMANCE AND REALITY. FrederickR-Years long ago dear Isabel ' We stood beside the rill, Telling soft tales of early love, By yonder ancient mill. ' Ah ! then was life's reality, A visonary dream, .: And altho' twenty years have passti i So long it does not seem. S: Then were we sighing Isabel, . S - Through yonder silent grove, Adid how youlooked andblushe4~ddear, W::hen I told you my first love. When I asked you to be mine dear, And pressed you to.my side, It doesnot seem so long dear, Since first you were my bride, 'O happy day when first I saw Those sparkling winning eyes, I took you dearest Isabel, - I won you for my prize. Isabel-Yes, Frederick dear, 'tis long ago Our love we did confess, And though near twenty years have [gone, We neither love the less. - . But as.old Time wears on dear, And silv'ry hairs are seen, Our children grow around us, There's Alice near eighteen. O 1 by-the-bye, I wonder what Young Maurice had to say I saw them walking yonder, Arm in arm the other day....

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