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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, I see by yesterday's Inquirer, the Editor asserts that I also have recanted from the opinions I held in i865-andthat, political apostacy is there fore equally attributable to me. I need not do more than referto the letterwhlchwas addressed by me to the late Mr. G. Shenton in 1865, and which you republished about three weeks since, to show that the opinions I then held are identi. cal with those I enunciated at the Meeting on the 14th inst. Inever advocated what is termed "Ret sponsible Government," my advocacy has always been limitedto "elective representation" andthere is nothingin the act of Parliament necessarily meaning more than that. If that were at once freely conceded I believe the majority of the people throughout the Colony would be content but the course of action now pursued by the Go. vernor cannot fail to throw many into the ranks of" Responsible Government * as at any rate a very far preferable alternative to the " sham " now offered ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION OF THE RESIGNATION OF THE NOMINEE MEMBERS OF COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION OF THE RESIGNATION OF THE NOMINEE MEMBERS OF COUNCIL. -o---- We observe in the Gazette of Tuesday an official notification of the resignation of the nominee members of Council, J. Hardey, Esq. Edward Hamersly, Esq., and L. Samson, Esq. We have reason to believe that there has been a long correspondence between the Go vernor and Mr. L. Samson on the subject ol the assumed resignation by that Gentleman of his seat at the Council board and that, it has been forwarded by this mail to the Secretary of State for the Colonies. The Hon. Member, we understand emphat ically denies that he ever absolutely tendered his resignation, and asserts that, the only foun dation for assuming that he did so was a pas sing observation, just as the Council was break ing up, when Messrs. Hardy and Hamersly formally tendered theirs that, "He set no value on the honor, and did not care whether he held it or not." We consider that such loose observations cannot be construed into anĀ· in te...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, In reading the reports of the public meeting of Monday the 14th. as published in the Inquirer I find that some paragraphs purporting to be reports of what I said, are incorrect and likely to mislead the public. 1st. "Mr. Philips said," "It doesn't matter &c." That elegant form of expression is the Inquirer's, notmine. What I said was, "I saw it was a packed affair of some townspeople in which I was certain the settlers would not join, but that I should like to hear a discussion." As for saying, " the townspeople are all with the Government," I deny it emphatically. In another paragraph, I am made to speak sarcastically of the Executive Council-a gross error and misconception, of a piece with the confusion of ideas that existed at the meeting which carried Mr. Newman's and Mr. Bickley's resolutions, the one destructive of the other. I would also call the attention of the absentee "sheep-shearers" as Mr. Newman called them, to his (Mr. Newman'...

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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867

oatice to (ctrnt orre tlti [An esteemed correspondent has furnished us with the following for the information of those who may wish to know the origin of the nameof he vessel of which Prince Alfred is Captain.] GALATa~A (& GALAATHa), a sea nymph, daughter of Nereus and Doris. She was passion ately loved by the Cyclop Polyphemus, whom she treated with coolness and disdain ; while Acis, a shepherd of Sicily, enjoyed her un bounded affectioni. The happiness of these two levers was disturbed by the jealousy of the Cyclops. who crushed his rival to pieces with a piece of a broken rock, while he sat in the bosom of Galatia. Galataa was unconsolable for the loss of Acis, and as she could not restore him to life, she changed him into a fountain.-Commu nicated,. A SUBSCRIBER.-nTho deprecating the truck system, we have to thank you for the tea and sugar sent in payment of subscription-both were very good. You need not have apol ogized. AN ADVERTIZER.-A case of Sardines we could hardly...

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QUERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867

QUERIES. -o-- Where the good old times are running to ? That beats me ! What this precious place is coming to ? ' That beats me ! 'What's the cause of this dejection ? What's this row about election ? Who's the first six for selection? That beats me 1 Who will represent Fremantle ? That beats me I Whether Honesty or Cant will ? That beats me I Whether he will be a true man, Bickley, Brockman, Manning, Newman, What's the odds to me or you, man ? That beats me I Why the Governor's always worried ? That beats me ! When some cross grained chaps get flurried ? That beats me 1 Why he doesn't pitch 'em over ? Live a quiet life in clover, Then, the first ship take to Dover. That beats me I Who it is writes for the papers ? That beats me ! Why they're let to cut such capers ? .::. That beats me I Why not let us sleep in quiet ? :: Or if some wzll make a riot, . Why not soon reduce their diet . That beats me I Why we can't jog on quite jolly ? : That beats me ! . Why get cross or melancholy ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867

HIDES ! HIDES!! HIDES!!! MESSRS LAMBE & C0., Tanners;, Curriers, &c., &c., &c.' YO0RK, B EG to acquai-tt their numerous friends and the Public in generial, that they have opened the above buisiness at Rowanburn, near York, and that they are purchasers of Hides, Kangaroo Skins, &c., for Cash or Stores, to be delivered at Mr. Edgar's store York. BEST QUALITY ON CHEAPEST TERMS. BOOTS & SHOES. Wo. LEAs o HIGH STREET, FREMIANTLE. R ESPECTFULLY 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 Grindery. Fremantle, 31st Jan., 1867. THE MOST RELIABLE F FRIEND! HOLLOWAY'S " OINTMENT. ITS SEARCHING AND HEATING 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 (and the longer known th...

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Public Opinion. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867

publir @pinion4 For the statements and opinions of our Corres pondents, wre do not hold ourselves responsible. To the Editor of " The Herald. SIR, I was not at all surprized to read in the In quirer that the meeting of the 14th was almost unanimously in favor of the Governor's mea sures, because, true or not true, the" Organ " would not hesitate to say it was so ; but I cer tainly was a little astonished at the audacious assertion that the " vote of thanks" proposed by Mr. E. Newman was " warmly responded to." The Chairman indeed says, it was carried, but admits not unanimously, My impression is that it was not carried, and such is also the impres sion of the Mover of the resolution, as well as of others who were at the meeting. How any men who signed the Householder's Memorial could so stultify themselves as to support such a resolution, when a vote of censure only was earned from them I cannot conceive. However let His Excellency nurse the conceit for as much as it is worth-I can ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, Referring to the Reform Meeting reported in your last issue, allow me to thank some of the Speakers for the" Salutiferous hilarity" whichI enjoyed after reading their speeches. Mr Manning's exposition of his Political creed ; and Capt. ]?awcett's maudamus had, however, better been kept for the hustings. I find also that, in suggesting the different Electoral districts, both Mr. Newman and Mr. Bickley entirely omitted the " Chiltern Hun dreds "it is to be hoped however, that, this im portant constituency will be made available for His Excellency's recommendation to some of the Hon. gentlemen who might get returned. Y. Guildford, 23rd Oct., 1867,

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867

4q~i~c ceIraIe o utB+ THE WAY TO TREAT BoREs.-There are two kinds of bores in this world-the rich and the poor, You can get rid of the latter by lending him five pounds. You can free yourself of the other by attempting to borrow twenty pounds from him. Try it on. " CHARITY BEGINS AT RO;ME."-" Well neigh bour, what's the most Christian news this morn ing ?" said a gentleman to a friend. "i have just bought a sack of flour for a poor woman." -"Just like you! Who is it that you have made so happy by your charity this. time?" " My wife.' .JJunrGo To A CONCLSION.-" Is this good money ?" said a man to a suspicious-looking wight who had made some small purchase of him. "It ought to be good for I made it my self," was the answer. With that he took the man up for coining ; but the man in his defence, proved that he made the money by boot-making. MATTER-OF-?AC~ ANSWER :--When William H. Crawford was Secretary of the Treasury he wrote to the Collector at Mobille, Silas Dins more, to ascertain ...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867

S To the Editor of The Herald, SIR, The question raised by J. . F.., affects the advancement of this Colony, more than at first eight is apparent to the unreflecting mind, but this point of the discussion I will leave to abler hands. My object is simply to add, in confirmation of what has already been stated, a circumstance, which to withhold in the present case would on my part be unpardonable, Last grape season a gentleman of this torn wishing to make wine desired to purchase some carefully gathered grapes, and with an eye to economy he made various enquires as to the prices of different growers. I was amongst those to whom he applied, and finding that neither I nor the other sellers could supply him at the price offered he purchased of Mr. Lefroy at something less per cwt. than we farmers living upon the produce of our land could sell for. If government officers think that this will any longer be quietly submitted to, they never la boured under a falser notion. What would Mr, Lef...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867

For Port Walcott N. W. Coast. 'T rHE schooner, CLARENCE -' PA CKET, 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 Frei~t as the greater part is already en gaged. This smart little craft is being fitted with extensive cabin accommodation, and should suf2icient inducement be offered she will remain permahently in the North West trade. For freight or passage apply to FRANCISCO BROS. Fremantle, October 11, 1867. FOR SALE. THE Clipper Schooner W 2I-tINKLING STAR, cxpected from Calcutta about the end of the present month. This smart little craft was launched in Calcutta in April last year, register 59. tons, and is built ofteak. 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 C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867

i: For London, via Cham- - S' pionBay. S.: - .. T HE A. 1 clipper barque . PALESTINE, 428 tons register, W. A. CBAPENTR, 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, O )GC. SEIENTON & Co., Champion Bay., :Fremantle, August 27, 1867. NOTICE. Monthly Sales by Auction at Geraldton, Champion Bay. FT~HE undersigned beg to give notice L to the Public of the Victoria Dis trict; that they intend having ahn Auc tionĀ· at their Rooms, Geraldton, Champion Bay, on the second Wednesday in. every Smonth. 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, s6 that due publi Scity may be given...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867

WE were prevented in our last, by the crowded state of our columns, from re viewing to the extent we desired, the pro ceedings of the Meeting of the 14th in connection with the contemplated change in the Legislative Council. .Conceiving the subject to be of the greatest possible importance to the Colony, we feel we are justified in giving it the prominence we have. Let the question be well considerd and discussed, andifinally settled, either to coritinue nomineeism or to insist on an elective constitution. Now1 while public attention is particularly drawn to the subject, is the time to come to a decision one way or the other. If the " sham" of election which is now . offered with a view to keep the '"con tumacious" quiet is accepted, it will be' difficult to arouse the settlers to take an interest in the question again. It is the duty of such as feel the urgent necessity that exists for the advancement of the colony that more of the popular element should be introduced into our Gove...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 26 October 1867

A'bippirng *ntdeigene. ARRIVALS. October 21--Barque BRIDGETOWN, 314 tons. Harris, master from London. Passenger-Mr. Catell, Cargo-238 pkgs., 290 bars, 50 bdls. iron, J. & W. Bateman; 5 pkgs, B. B. Ranford; 207 pkgs. &c., H, Saw ; 3 bales. F. P. Barlee ; 18 cases, B. Maycock ; 176 pkgs, M Higham; 94 pkgs,., T. Farrelly ; 1 do., J. Booth ; 3 do., E. A. Stone ; 25 do,, Order ; 200 casks beer, 200 deals, W. Padbury; 1 box J. Nairn ; 2 cases, C. Howlett ; 9 pkgs., 46 tubes, J. Dyer; 1 case, 1 parcel, L.Samson; 1 chain cable, Local Goverment; 47 pkgs., Order; 7 bales, H. Gray; 2 cases, J. Allpike; 1677 pkges., 800 bars, 254 bundles' 38 plates, 50 tons coal, W. Padbury & Co.; 205 pkgs., Scott & Gale; 2 cases, Captain Harris. Same day.-SwAN, 25 tons, Hanham, master, from Champion Bay. Imports per MIDAs(whose arrival was notified last week)from Melborne-300 boxes soap, L. Samson ; 5 cases, Order: 2 casks, Bateman ; 3 pkgs., Barker & Gull ; 8 do., C. Yo...

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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 November 1867

@brbi antb $nB~ The annual commemoration of the Univer sity of Sydney was held on Saturday the 18th May, having been postponed considerably. beyond the usual time of the year in order that the Rev. Dr. Badham, the newly ap pointed professor of classics and logic, might be present. A very cordial reception was ac corded to Dr. Badham, both on that occasion and at a complimentary dinner given in honour of him on monday last. The Chancellor of the University, in the name of the Senate and the Premier of the colony, speaking the senti ments of the public generally, have expressed the high degree of satisfaction that is felt at the addition made to the reputation and power for good of the university by the appointment of so eminent a scholar as Dr. Badham. Hitherto, according to the admission of those who have striven most for the advancement of the university, that institution has, in a very small measure, answered the expectations of its founders; and its present position by no means j...

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GOVERNMENT OFFICES. To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 November 1867

GOVERNMENT OFFICES. S To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, In is not unusual for towns people to object te a public servant or servants being employed apart from that for which they are amply paid by government. This to me is perfectly conL sistent with the principle of living-and letting live-no man can serve two masters properly. This applies with double force in its applica tion to public servants, and innumerable in stances could be adduced to justify this opinion. Mr. Easton has a vast field of operation if he will but turn his attention to the performance of those duties in the Establishment which, are not co upleted.at the expiration of the hour and half's attendance in the evening, and the sooner he is convinced of this the earlier will be the ap. pearance of those good results which have hith erto been looked for in vain. He may perhaps charge the prisoners with contempt for his teaching, and argue that any deviation from the presentcourse, that leaves so much time on his hand...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 November 1867

T HEE clipper barque FI?TER? 0 7, A 1. 14 years, 573 tons register, James Maillard, ,commmander, will leave for the above port about the first week in January. The vessel has superior ac commodation for passengers. For freight or passage apply to, C. A. MANNING, Fremantle. Or G. SHENTON, Perth. - November Ist, 1867. ... FOR ADELAIDE. T HE fine fast sai.ing-barque .MIDAS,. e. wman Commander, will leave for the above port on or about 20th Niv., She has excellent accommodatiuo for passengers, Intending Passengers.apply early to BICKLEY & Co. Agents. Fremantle, October 25, 1867. For Sale, Freight, or: Charter.. . . : THE rANY .K 1.73 tons, just arrived from Batavia, and now landing her cargo in good condition. ..: W H. FISHER. .For Port Louis Mauritius. .. ,,TIHE fine Brig Sea Nymph, .I will sail immediately for the above port, whence she will return direct hither. SWILLIAM H. FISHER, SEmerald Isle Hotel TItending passengers are requested to eCOplete their arrangements without d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 November 1867

N U OTICE. Monthly Sales by Auction at Geraldton, Champion Bay. T~HE undersigned beg to give notice . to the Public of the Victoria Dis trict ?hat they intend having. an Auc tion at their Rooms, Geraldton, Champion Bay, on the second Wedinesday in every month. :Akll parties wishing to: dispose of Stock, Land, Runs; or articles.of any descriptiori, will please give notice at least one cleari week'before the salriJd, so that due publi, city may be:given.: . ... SCOTT & GALE, Auctioneers? Geraldton, Champion Bay, August 29th, 186 SYork Fair!!! : : : SMR. ,THOMABAILEY H-s received instrnctious to offer for Sale . by.Auction at the ' . "New York Hotel," Ox. WEDNESDAY, 6TE NOV., 1867, S ,At :12 o'clock precisely, A LOT of very superior Rams, from the flocksof S. :E. Burges and E.' lR. Brockman, Esquires. :.: : ALSO,-- : Abaut 500. Sheep, Horses, Cattle, Har ness, Drays, Ploughs, .&c., &c., &c. SImmediately:after the above Sale -of Stock, &c., the Au...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 November 1867

IT has been well observed that the Public Press is the best national system of Edu cation,,:and that the great majority of Englishmen owe most of what knowledge they possess to its agency, especially to that department of it known as "Journa lism," and those who as leaders of it devote their abilities and industry to the advan cement of social progress, constitute a body of national teachers valuable in the extreme. On the contrary if they employ the power at their command, in advocat ing antisocial measures, they render themselves liable to the gravest censure for the abuse of their privileges and power. We do not hesitate to say that in the course pursued by the Editor of the Inqui rer he has perverted this power to further the arbitrary views of a Patron, who had, from the day he landed determined in his inner mind to suppress the expression of popular feeling. That this wasthe inten tion of Governor Hampton, is evident from one of his earliest dispatches in 1864 on the Distillat...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 November 1867

d'Tippitn *nteflignnre + ARRIVALS. October 25.-FAVORITE, 46 tons, Lakey, master, from Champion Bay.. Passengers Miss Clarkson, Miss J. Thomas, Miss S. Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Barrow, Mr. C. Von Bibra, and Mis$ McMann. Cargo-65 bags barley, 458 do flour, 40 do. bran, and 25 hides. 29.-ARABIAN, 25 tons, O'Grady, master, from Vasse. Passengers-Mrs. Ore and child, Mrs. Prentice, J. Smith, and 3 prisoners. Cargo --i50 pieces timber, 170 bags potatoes, 4 do. wheat, and 8 pkgs. sundries. 31.-FLYING FOAM, 33 tons, Cobb, master, f:om Champion Bay. PassengersE- Miss Scrivner, M. Johnson, and J. Duffy. Cargo 265 bags flour, 16 do. bran, and 13 pkgs. DEPARTURES. October 26--ALBERT, 15 tons, Miles, mas ter, for Port Walcott and DeGrey. Passen ger,-W. Freeman. Cargo-40 bags flour, 7 do. sugar,.1 ton potatoes, and sundries. Same day.-WILD WAvE, 28 tons, Cross, master, for Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers Mr.andMr. Lewis, Mrs. IIeppingstone, E. Jones, E. Francisco, Mr. W. P. Clifton, and 6 prisoners. Carg...

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