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PUBLIC MEETING AT PERTH TO CONSIDER THE DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM'S DESPATCH WITH REFERENCE TO A CHANGE IN THE CONSTITUTION OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 October 1867
1PTUIBLIC MEETING AT PERTH TO CONSIDER THE DUKE OF BUCK I?.INGHAM'S DESPATCH WITH "REFERENCE TO A CHANGE IN THE CONSTITUTION OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The Meeting convened by the Sheriff. A. Hillman Esq., in compliance with a requisition signed by the following Gentle -man. W. L. Broclkman, F. Loch6e, T. Fawcett, C. A. Manning, R. King, J. G. C. Carr, E. Newman, A. Francisco, L. S. Leake, and S. A. Barker Esqrs., took place in the Court House on the after noon of Monday the 14th instant. The Meeting was well attended most: of, the persons present however were residents of Perth, a few from Fremantle, and less from the country districts. The Sheriff read the requisition and notice calling the Meeting. 'Mr. Hardey moved that the Sheriff take the :chair.. Mr. IL. Brockman se conded the motion. Mr. Samson opposed and moved 'an .amendment wwhich 'was seconded by. Mi'.- .. Sewell Jun., that' Mr. L. S. Leake should preside. Mr. Samson thought it desirable that on such an occasion the Ge...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 October 1867
Holloways Ointmenl and Pills.-Be readyr How many are suffering from throat and chest. affections, which rapidly run on to danger when maltreated or neglected. On the first appearance of irritation in either part, Hol loways Ointment should be perseve:ingly rub bed twice a day upon the external skin, whence it will pass to the glands, and through them its beneficial influence will be distributed to every neighbouring organ. By this means all infiamation of the lining membrance will be subdued, and the air passages relaxed, both of momentous importance for the patients safety. It is not to much too state that this treatment aided by Holloway's Pill, a mild diet, and re gulated temperature, has restored many to health when death seemed almost inevitable.
Copy of a Despatch from Governor Hampton to the Right Honourable Edward Cardwell, M.P. Government House, Perth, 21st July, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 October 1867
Copy of a Despatch from Governor Hampton. to the Right Honourable Edward Cardwell, M.P. Government House, Perth, 21st July, 1865. SmI,-I have the honor to forward a copy of a Petition, presented on the 29th ultimo to the Governor and Legislative Council of this colony, praying that a partly elective Council may be :established here, in accordance with the provi. sions of the Act of the Imperial Parliament 13 & 14 Viet. c. 59. 2. As soon as 'the Petition was duly received in the Legislative Council, I. took steps to refer it to a committee of four members, with instruc tions to inquire and report whether the same meets the requirements of the said statute, 'and in what respects, if any, it falls short thereof, and as to the class, 'condition, and occupation of the petitioners; 3. As part of the required information has to be obtained fromn the remote districts, I have adjourned the Council to the 27th instant ;'and, if necessary, will continue the adjournment "until the repor...
ARRIVAL OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 October 1867
AR R IV AL OF THE A AI LS. ·--0--- THE incoming mail brings us little that is very novel or very interesting. The last mnail left .the House of Lords using their privileges in making alterations, some of which they knew would not be accepted.: It. was -understood that some amonnt of independence was to be coriceded to the Lords, or .there would be no ,possibility of managing them, and it was in evitable that, some amendments should be per mitted that would render the bill less liberal thani:when it was sent up from the Commons. This sop to the traditional leanings of the Territorial Lords was offered, by giving a per manence to what may be termed the Genteel interest in large constituencies, this has been accomplished by a clause, restricting the power of voting in the unicorn constituences to that in favor of two members instead of three, and the House of Commons has accepted a clause which it had before rejected, giving from forty to fifty votes to this genteel interest rather tha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 October 1867
NOTICE. IN consequence of the sheep-shearing being so much delayed by the un usual inclement weather, it has been con sidered advisable to postpone the Annual Meeting of the Society and the Show of Stock till WEDNESDAY, the 30th instant. SAMUEL E. BURGES, Honorary Secretary, York Agricultural Society. York, October 5, 1867. YORK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. T HE following is the list of Prizes to be competed for at the next Annual Meeting of the above Society, to be held on WEDNESDAY, the 30th of October next: HORSES. £ s. d, 1st prize, the best Imported Horse adapted for breeding for exportation 5 0 0 2nd prize, second best do. do. do. 3 0 0 1st do., best Imported Cart Entire 5 0 0 2nd do., second best do. 3 0 0 (The above horses to stand at least three months in the York District,) 1st do., best Colonial Cart Entire 5 0 0 2nd do., second best do. do, 3 0 0 1st do., best Colonial Entire adapted for breeding for exportation 4 0 0 2nd prize, second best do. do. do. 2 0 0 1st do., best Colon...
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 — 19 October 1867
For the statements and opinions of our Corres pondents, we do not hold ourselves. responsible. To the Editor of The Herald. " SIR,- In your report of the Quarterly Meeting of Rate-payers of the Fremantle Town Tru?st held on Monday, 7th inst.,, it is stated thait the Chair man read a letter from the Colonial Secretary in forming hini that he, the chairman, was to form'one of the deputation topresent the Fremantle Address to Prince Alfred. 4.This is a mistake. The letter read was one forming part of the correspondence relative: to the Trust since the last quarterly meeting ; and was :to the effect ".that " His Excellency: the. Governor, having "appointed a committee to consist of the mem " "hers of the Executive Coincil to take into ":consideration what arrangements should be "made to receive H.:R. H.. the Duke of Edin ".burgh, had suggested that. :a few gentleman, " unconnected with the Executive Government, " should be associated with those members. and " that he. the Secretary had ...
THE STORY-TELLER. TOO MISERABLE BY HALF. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 October 1867
T-;-HE STORY-TELLER. TOO MISERABLE BY HALF. There was a time when for me all the sunshine seemed pressed out of the visible I-world ; when life looked dark to me, and Hope turned aside and wept. Almost I had began to doubt even the goodness of the Almighty, for sorrow had hung a dark cm tain between me and the light of his countenance. I was sickened of myself, the outward world, and human nature; and my day-dreams only yielded in the intensity of their horrors to those which assailed me at night. I did not know how much I needed the kind and gentle hand of a friend to be laid on my suffering heart ; and yet such was the only remedy which would touch or mitigate my dis order. I was walking one day through the crowded metropolis, careless of the gay throngs that passed me, and thinking how utter and complete was the desola tion of the crowded thoroughfares, when I felt some one touch my shoulder. Me chanically I turned round and met the gaze of an old friend whom IJhad not seen for y...
To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 October 1867
:.To.the Editor of The Herald; SIR,- - I rieed scarcely observe that the?Press' of Eng: land is the 'regenerator of the nation and in its liberal spirit is every day opening its pages to the discussion of subjects of equal importance to both rich'and poor ; and you Mr. Editor if I may be allowed to form an opinion of your weekly issue, you are not unmindful of those matters affecting the interest of this colony, It is therefore .with confidence that.I ask to be •permitted, thro' the columns of your widely circulated paper, to offer some remarks respec-. ting gentlemen occupying situations under go vernmeht, and to question their right as officials to work farms on.their own behalf and for their exclusive ben efit. It is the opinion of many persons that these gentlenieh should devote their spare time before and after office hours to improve the 'condition of the working classes and to advance the inter est of the Colony. To what degree have these considerations influenced their' move...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 October 1867
For Port Walcott N. W. Coast. k, H~]E schooner, CLAREIVNCE S PA CKE; now undergoing a thorough overhaul and repairs, will be ready to take in cargo for the above port on or about the 25th instant. An early application is necessary for Freip?t as the greater part is already en gaged. This. smart little craft is being fitted with extensive cabin accommodation, and should sufficieniit inducement be offered she will remain permanently in the North West trade.' For freight or. passage apply to FRANCISCO BROS._.? Fremantle, October 11, 1867. FOR SALE. -a TfHE Clipper Schooner ' ýý T CWIN2KLIAG STL41R, ( xpected from Calcutta about the end :of the present month. This smart little craft was launched: in Calcutta in April last year, register 59½ 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 applicatio? to t~he undersigne...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 October 1867
For London, via Chanm pion Bay. T?HE A. 1 clipper barque PA LES TI NE, 428 tons register, W. 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 a few Cabin and Steerage passengers. For Freight or Passage apply to 0. A. Manning, Fremantle, " G: SHENTON, Perth, Or G. SHENTON & Co., Champion Bay. Fremantle, 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, will please give notice at least one clear week before the sale, so that due publi city may be given. SCOTT & GALE, Auct...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 October 1867
THE arrival of the English Mail, and the .protracted account of the Meeting on Monday, a faithful report of which will be found in our.columns, prevent us from reviewing the proceedings of that meet ing as we could wish. We agree with our contemporary that it was numierously and respectably at tended, but as we anticipated, few of the country settlers were present. The meet ing was principally composed of residents of Perth and its neighbourhood. The Chair after some preliminary spar ring was taken by the Sheriff. Mr. Luke Leake in the course of the discussion laid on the table the whole of the despatches between' Governor Hamp ton and Mr. Cardwell the then Secretary of State, on the subject of the petition'pre sented to the Legislative Council, signed by 1150 Householders praying for an in creased Legislative Council. The first despatch on the subject is dated the 21st July 1865, and is confined to forwarding a copy of the Petition, and informing the Secretary of State :that, he ha...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 19 October 1867
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. October 12.—FITZROY, 573 tons, Captain J. Milliard, from London. Date of departure 10th July, 1867.—Cargo from London.—15 hhds., T. Ashford ; 149 pkgs., Barker and Gull ; 7 pkgs., Bishop of Perth ; 9 pkgs., T. Britnall ; 1 case, Rev. J. Brown; 20 pkgs., R, N. Bullen ; 2 pkgs,, J. G. C. Carr ; 120 casks beer, T. & H. Carter & Co. ; 15 pkgs,, D. Connor ; 5 pkgs., H. Dixon ; 1 cask, A. Durlacher ; 75 pgks., T. Fawcett; 20 cases brandy and 2 cases, Francisco Bros. ; 7 pkgs., T. Hayward; 2 cases, Rev. Johnston ; 30 pkgs., R. King, 6 ditto, C. A. Man- ning ; 659 pkgs., J. H. Monger & Co., 57 ditto, J.H.Monger, sen. ; 845 ditto, Order ;27 pkgs. merchandize, 30 casks spirits, 450 ditto beer, 131 pkgs, sundries, L. Samson ; 30 hhds. beer, H. Saw ; 2 cases, H. Seeligson ; 1 case, Emma Shep- pard ; 2 ditto, G. Shenton ; 124 ditto, G. Adams 150 ditto, Barker & Gull ; 2 ditto, T.F. Beding- feld ; 1 case, Bishop of Perth ; 16 pkgs.,...
THE STORY-TELLER. THE GOLD LOCKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867
THE STORY-TELLER. . THE GOLD LOCKET. '-It was a little low room. and scant of furniture, where Jessie sat, and yet there was an- air. of comfort about it. The white curtains at the windows were as pure as the wintry drifts without, and the soft cushion in the large easy-chair in the corner looked inviting. A small round table was drawn up near the fire, and be side it sat Jessie. Her foot was on the rocker of a neat. willow cradle, in which reposed an infant. One had only to look into the face of the sleeper to know.that mother and child was before them. The same kind of soft curls shaded.the face of each, and the high broad forehead was similar : but there Iwas an air of melan choly on the countenance of the youthful mother that the child had not, and there was a look of unrest about her that in fancy can never wear ; and let us thank the Creator that it is so, for if it were otherwise few like he of whom we write would ever come to maturity. Jessie sat rocking to and fro, and by h...
EXTRAORDINARY IMPOSTURE EXPLODED! AN IMPORTANT QUESTION SETTLED! [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867
EXTRAORDINARY IMPOSTURE EXPLODED I AN IMPORTANT QUESTION SETTLED! Innumerable efforts have been made by ma thematicians to square the circle. It is now ad mitted by rational men that no such thing is possible. A question of the same sort nearly, is often propounded which, for the moment, may puzzle a man of slow wit, but which is eventually seen to be incapable of solution likewise. It is this ? What would be the con sequence of an irresistible body coming in con tact with an immoveable one ? Very little con sideration is required to enable one to discern that this is a contradiction in terms. The closest approximation to a categorical answer that we ever heard of has been given by an eminent pathologist, Professor HoLLowAY, who has proved beyond all question that his extra ordinary Pills and Ointment are irresistible in their effects on diseases which, under every other treatment were absolutely immoveable. This is no empty boast. It is true. We court disproof. His medicines, we sa...
OLD FOLKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867
OLD FOLKS. AH, don't be sorrowful darling And don't be sorrowful, pray: Taking the year together, my dear, Their isn't more night than day. 'Tis rainy weather' my darling, Time's waves they heavily run; But taking the year together, my dear, There isn't more cloud than sun. We are old'folks now, my darling, Our heads are growing grey; And taking the year, together my dear You will always find the May. We have had our May, my darling, And our roses long ago; And the time of year is coming, my dear For the silent night and snow. And God is God, my darling, Of night as well as day, And we feel and know that we can go Whenever he leads the way. Ay, God of the night, my darling Of the night of death so grim; The gate that leads out of life, good wife, Is the gate that leads to Him
Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867
Obts aub eats The following incident is not without its lessonto a large class who think that "fine feathers make fine birds:" A servant girl went to a house in the city to purchase a cloak. The clerk who waited upon her, after displaying one or two pat terns, rudely refused to show her any more and she left the store. The facts came to the knowledge of her employer, who communicated them to the proprietor of the establishment. Thisled to an interview between the parties, and the offending clerk was pointed out by the girl and instantly dismissed by his em ployer " I want you, and all in my employ, to under stand," said the dry goods millionaire. " that ', servant girl who comes into my store to pur chase goods is of as much importance to me as the richest lady in the city. The people aremy customers, and it is to their support that I owe my business success." TiE CHURCH AND T WoiING CLASSES. The John Bull on this subject says there can be little question that therec--is-a-dep-quicn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867
Holloway's Ointment and Pills,--Indisputable Remedies.--In the use of these medicaments there need be no hesitation or doubt of their cool ing, healing, and purifying properties. Holloway's prepara-tions must always do good both should find aplace in every household. The Ointment stands unrivalled forthe facilityit displays in relieving, healing, and thoroughly curing the most inveterate sores, ulcers, and in cases of bad Plegs they act as a charm, as thousands will testify who tried them, and would have lost their limbs by amputation but for this wonderful medicine, The Pills by purifying, stimulating, and regulating every organ, greatly assist the remedial virtues of this excellent Ointment, they cannot possibly do any harm, but will always do good when the printed directions are followed.
DEATH OF COLONEL MOLLOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867
DEATH OF COLONEL MOLLOY. We have the painful duty of recording, in his 87th year, the decease of a gallant soldier an esteemed gentleman, and an amiable mem bor of our Colonial community-Colonel John Molloy of the Rifle Brigade, for thirty seven years a resident of this Colony, and one, if not the only survivor of our Waterloo Heroes. Some years ago on his return to his native land, he attended the Levee of the Duke of Wellington, who at once recognized him, and shaking him warmly with both hands earnestly inquired where he had been for so many years? There, in the presence of the assembled war riors, whose names and deeds are imperishably recorded in the annals of our National History The great Captain expressed the satisfaction he felt, at renewing in the saloons of Apsley House the friendship formed in the Camp and Field. During his short residence in England Colo nel Molloy was welcomed and fited by officers of all ranks. How honestly he fulfilled his duties as a Magis trate-How...