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THE SULTAN'S VISIT TO THE WEST. THE TURKISH PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 November 1867

STHE SULTAN'S VISIT' TO THE,' * ? * '-' *W EST. : . :: ': THE 'TUnxISH PRESS. - According as we learn from a telegraph letter received at the Foreign .Office here, the Asylum of the Universe and of the Caliphat, .after passing through the cities of France, condescended to arrive at the town called (Dover) situated on the shores of England, and there: the heir-apparent of England, the "Prinss Digal" and .the cousin,0 of the Queen of England the Duke Kambridge, and. the Khidivi Misr (the Viceroy), who were awaiting the honour of this Imperial visit, performed the duties of reception, and the numerous crowd which had gathered together acquitted themselves of the duties of welcoming in: an acceptable manner. On the 13th of June, reckoning after the manner of the Franks, that is yesterday, his Majesty the Padishah, accompanied by his royal suite, who are distinguished by praiseworthy qualities, deigned to have a meeting withthe worthyKralicha(Queen) of England in the Palace called Vindso...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MOTHER'S GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 November 1867

MOTHER'S GRAVE. The trembling dewdropsfall : ::' . . Upon the shutting flowers, like souls atrest, The stars shine gloriously, and. all.,1: . Save me are blest. ..r MIother, I love thy grave ! The voilet, with its blossoms blue and mild i Waves o'er thy head. When will it wave Above thy child ? 'Tis a sweet flower, yet must Its bright leaves to the morning tempest bo?i. Dear mother, 'tis thine emblem--dust- ::;; ': Is on thy brow. . And Icould love to die- '::i: : :; To leave untasted life's dar~i, lbitterstreiams, By thee, as erst in childhood, lie,: And share thy dreams. ' And Imust linger here. , To stain the plumage of my siiless years,: And mourn-the hopes of childhood dear With bitter tears.. Ay, I must linger here, ' . A lonely branch upona withered tred, Whse last 'frail leaf unti rely sear-.:. i-:":,. Went down with thee.... .; ,. i :.':::' Oft from life's withered bower, : In' still communion wiit th thpas?tI turn - A?d muse on thee, the only dower :::'::-.:: In memory's:u...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 November 1867

Notice.: TT has been considered advisable by the C. Comnmittee to further postpone the Dinner Meeting and Show of Stock: till WEDNESDAY, the 6th proximo.: SAMUEL.' E. BUIRGES, Hdon Secretary, York SAg.: ricultural Society. .York, Oct. 19,1867. NO TICE. N: consequence of the sheep-shearing I 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 instaht. :: ': SAMUIEL E. BURGES, Honorary Secretary,. , i ..: York Agricultural Sciety: ."Yorkl;October 5, 1867. YORK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. T HE . following is the list of Prizesi to be competed for at the next Annual Meeting of the above Society, to: beheld on WEDNESDAY, the 30th of October next ;................ . .d... . HORSES. • s. d. 1st prize, the best Imported Horse " . adapted :for breeding for exportation 50 O 0 2nd prize, second best do. do. do. 3 0 1st. do., best .lmported Cart Elitire 5 0 0 2nid .do...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 November 1867

A CURE for aterrible disorder of the mouth, commonly called " ScANDAL."-- Take'of "good nature,one ounce; of a herb called by the Indains, " mind'your own business," oneounce; mix this with a little " charity for others," and two or three sprigs of"keep your tounge between your teeth," simmer them togetlier in a vessel called " circumpection," for a short time, and it will be fit for use--Application :--the symptoms are, a violent, itching in the tongue and roof of the mouth, which invariably takes place when you. are in company with a species of animals called' "-gossips ;-when you feel a fit of the disordei' coming on, take a tea-spoonful of the nmixture; hold it in your. mouth, which you will keep closely shut till'you get home, and. you Will find a complete cure. Should you apprehend a re lapse, keep a small bottle.full about you, and on. the slightest symptoms repeat the dose. : An.American paper speaks of a man "who died without the aid of a physican,,' and adds that such inst...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAMPION BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 November 1867

CHAMPION BAY. The principal item of intelligence I have to communicate is the Annual Show of the Vic torian Agricultural Society which came off on the Society's Grounds on the 16th. inst. Every thing shewn was perfectly satisfactory to the judges. There was not perhaps such a show of sheep as might have been.. desired owing to scab being present in the flocks of many gen tlemain who intended shewing. The horses and cattle were in first rate order and a credit to the district. The following are the suc cessful competitors :- £.sa. d. HORSES. Best colonial bred cart horse, 5 0 Mr. William Waldeck ( ,. 0 Second do., Mr. William Waldeck ... 2 10. 0 Best entire suited for breeding hack . and horses adapted for foeignmar, ket. Messrs. K. & A. Brown...... 5 0 0 Best cart mare, Mr. William Waldeck i 0.o o CATTLE. Best bull, Messrs.Foss and Pane ... 5 0 0 Second do., Mr. F. Waldeck ...... 2 10 0 Best cow, Messrs. Foss and Fane ... 5 0 0 Second do., Mr" John Mills ... .. :2 10 0 SHEEP...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TO MR. UBIQUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 November 1867

TO MR, UJBIQBE. -0 Since for me you have enquired, By whatever motive fired, You must know that I am still within the town Ubique, And as sure as poets live, I shall now presume to give My own opinion, gratis of yourself Ubique. You must be a lazy man Of whatever petty clan You may deem yourself a member or the head, Ubique, Or you would not wish to be SIn the back ground, when you see Other men the Car of Progress pushing on, Ubique If you'd ope your sleepy eyes : This selection you despise, You would see to be a movement up the hill Ubique. But it is such men as you And your vacillating crew That, keep our little colony behind, Ubique, You will grumble and will growl, You will whimper and will howl, But, no one ever knew you do a thing, Ubique, That would to the good resound Of the Commonwealth around, Or,help a weary trav'ller on the road, Ubique. If you are colonial born Then your native soil will scorn In a year or two, such cumb'rers of the ground, Ubique, If you are from Brit...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 November 1867

.a tie to Corrcspounllnt0+ C-vis.-You are wrong-The negociation with the Perth Police Magistrate to accept the Magistracy of Fremantle on the resignation of the gentleman who at present holds the office with a view to provide for a relative- -was not successfuland the unprovided for, has yet to seek; a nest. It does resemble the "packing penny,"'' an Irish institution for providing for needy relatives. QUER.--draws our attention to a'paragraph in the Inquirer of Wednesday last referring to a letter:by Mr W. M. Parker which the Editor says ''is full of interest -and contains many valuable, suggestions, "and= enquires if the Edit.r ailudes to the following extract from 1i2 Parkers letter-" You must know that the ?ernment of Victoria is not such an affair. as:: we. have. It is a Representative Govern ment and being formed by the people, they will naturally.glory in the advancement of their country." VEERITAS.-We don't think the public are much interested in the discussion of who ran th...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. PUBLIC MEN AT A PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 November 1867

CUIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. PUBLIC MEN AT A PUBLIC MEETING. Ijust want to say a few words before I begin the main subject. They're to you Mr. Editor, and I'll tell you what it is. It ain't no use, not a morsel, my waistin' time and sittin' up late at night and usin' no end of paper to send you somethin' to put in the columns of your journal if you don't put it in. What's the use puttin' in them notices to correspondents, by way of excuse. I don't belieye 'em and that's plain-they're only a pretence or what you says of the election given us by the Governor a " sham." The fact is-and I. may as well tell you as I have it on my mind-I think you're frightened, for I've been told that somebody-no names mind -threatened to put somebody, connected with your paper, somewhere, where he wouldn't have tue opportnnity of ventila tin' his opinions, on men and things quiteso freely-and that you've made up your mind for the'future to draw it mil der. Well you can do as you like, but I'm not goin...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 November 1867

To the Editor of The Herald.. SIR,-. I perused with some amusement the letters of " Fordham " and " A Gardener " in your two last issues, and least any person should think that theirs are the opinions of the public I would wish to say a few words on the subject. There can be no rule without an exception, and the rule which prohibits Government offi cials from carrying on agricultural pursuits in ~n~glaund (where every available acre of ground is eagerly sought after) would be.very prejudi .cialto a young Colony where so muchk-land is yet unreclaimed. First take the caie of Mr. Lefroy and you will find that thro'his means a great quantity of land is under enltivation which would otherwise be in a state of.bush, whilst about a dozen men are employed by him who would otherwise be "Saunterers about Town." But his plan of compelling men to buy his wine outof their pay is highly reprehensible.. Secondly, let us see how Mr. Easton is working up his salary in the Colony; . This man has two ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. KATE HALL; OR, LOVE'S TRIALS. CHAPTER I.—Sunshine. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 November 1867

THE STORY-TELLER. KATE HALL; OR, LOVEIS TRIALS. CHAPTER I.-Sunshine. Opposite Liverpool, on the Cheshire side of the river, are clusters of marine resi dences, stretching fromnthe great docks at Birkenhead to the lighthouse and bat tery at the entrance of the Mersey. Some of them, with the contiguoushamlets, are almost towns. Among them may be enu merated New Brighton, a watering-place ofno insignificant celebrity, for in the summer season it is crowded by hundreds of the wealthy;even metropolitans do not disdain to make it theiir home for a month or two; but its principal inhabi ta;nts are Liverpool merchants and trades men, and a few quietpeople from other partsof the country, who makes it there abiding-place, partly from its seclusion and salubrity, and partly from those rea sons of convenience and retirement.which influence the conduct of so many. SImagine, then, a commodious residence with a frontage of the noble estuary of the Mersey. Before it is a lawn stretching. downto the...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 2 November 1867

:: To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, :Having had the pleasure of perusing more than one of your publications, I am convinced you take an equal interest in both State and Church affairs of this Colony ; and as a straw will often show which way the wind blows, so trifles, light as air will occasionally guide us in our opinion on very important subjects ; an ob servation which induces me to request that you will kindly afford space for the following re. marks, For the last six years I have resided en tireiy inthe Bush, during which I have seen a Church of England clergyman but twice, on neither of which occasions have I had the bene fit of their professional duties in preaching, praying or advising. On the seeond of these occasions, which oc curred but a short time ago, I was at a large squatting station when a high dignitary of the Church of England arrived on his way overland, and as it was.a populous station,itwas naturally expected that the Reverend gentleman, being well aware, tha...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 November 1867

HIDES ! HIDES !! HIDES!!! MESSRS LAMBE & Co., Tanners, Curriers, &cd, &c., &c.' Y OR K, B EG to acquai it their numerous friends and the Public in general, that they have opened the above business at Rowanburn, hear York, and that they are purchasers of Hides, Kangaruoo Skins, &c., for Cash or Stores, to be delivered at Mr. Edgar's store York. BEST QUALITY ON _ CHEAPEST TERMS. BOOTS & SHOES. W . LEAC H, HIGH STREET, FRE. [ANTLE. 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 p'air at once. The Trade supplied with Leather and Grindery. Fremantle, 31st Jan., 1867. THE MO ST RELIABLE FRIEND! HOLLOWAY'S OINTMaIENT. IT'S SEARCHING AND HEALING PRO PERTIES ARE KNOWN AND RECOG NISED THROUGHOUT TIHE WORLD. The number of years this invaluable Oint ment has stood the test f public opinion (and the longer k...

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THE STORY-TELLER KATE HALL; OR, LOVE'S TRIALS. CHAPTER II.—The Storm cloud. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 November 1867

THE STORY'-TELLER KATE HALL ; OR, LOVE'S TR·IALS. CIEAPT?R II.-Thce Storm choud. James Hartley was the son of a gentle man who had amassed a good deal of money by what is called speculation. He dealt in anything that promised profit, but his chief realisation were on railway and mining shares. He was a director of several joint stock companies, held a seat at the board of an apparently flourishing bank, and was said to have been the first promoter of a grand system of sub-ma rifle railway. It is certain that he ster nuously advocated a scheme of purchasing vast tracts of land in Turkey, and settling upon them some thousands of the pea santry of Ireland, in order to divert emi gration from the United States of Ame rica. Altogether he waasconsidered a very energetic and substantial man,, and as he kept much company, and gave excellent dinners, he was popular both on and off Change. He wished his only son to be merchant, and only waited the eomple tion of his mercantile novitiate to pu...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 November 1867

.WVE resume our Hebdomnedal d auties, and shall .endeavour to place before, our readers in as condensed a form as is con sistent with clearness, the present position of the all absorbing question of selectQ election. . )As we premised, the anomaly of such a scheme is working out its natural results, and is " developing" anything "but a healthy political progress." The writer of the article, from which we extract the above quotation, is evi dently not only an admirer of Carlyle but.an-. imitator of his style, nottthat we should ever suspect him c.apable of pro ducing 'such a,work, full as it is of imper fections, as the history of the Great Fre derick of Prussia. H!-e has evidently swallowed the voca .bulary of that eccentric writer in addition t?oi Johnson's dictionary, and used them without much regard to their proper -ar rangement or meaning. :;I. ~a shall now, having made these pre limninary observations, attempt to analyse the proceedings that have taken place sice our last issu...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 November 1867

To the Editor of The Herald. 8 m,-, If space will allow, I should feel obliged by your pnblishing in your next number the following correspondence, having reference to my seat as a;N?ornminee Memb er of the Legislative Council. LIONETL SAMSON, Fremantle, 4 November, 1867. Extract from Sir E. 13. Lytton's Des patchapproving Governor Kennedy's re commendation that Mr. Samson be ap pointed a Member of the Legislative Council. "The grounds upon which this recommenda "tiofirrests have appeared to me to be in all '"fespects fair and proper, and having submitted ".that recommendation to the Queen, I now "transmit to you Her Majesty's Order in Coun " cil for the appointment of Mr. " Samson." "Extracts from Her Majesty's Order in " Council above referred to. "And whereas the said Marshal Waller " Clifton has tendered, and Her Majesty has "accepted his resignation of his place as a " Member of the said Council, Her Majesty does "therefore with the advice of H-ler Privy Coun " cil in pursuance...

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THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 November 1867

* THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. The followin despatch re~iched the Governior on ?W?edfiesday morning last, and carried sorrow and vexation into the Viceregal hbusehold :-- : : Albany; 3id Nov.,- 1867. SIR,-1 have the honor to state that I learn from the Steamer, just come into harbour fiom Adelaide, that H. RTt. H. the Dulke of Edinburgh arrivec in-that city on the 29th ultimo. I have &c.. A, T. COCKBURN.CAMPBELL., The Hen, Colonial Secretary. ' General disappointment. is felt at the .lihght cas~ t upon the colony by this piece of wilful neglect, but even the most dis appointed must be amused at the melan choly whine emitted by our contemporary of Wednesday. We really pity him in his griefat having been cheated out of his only chance of: having.' sori?e dignity conferred upon him-and thougliht of writing a letter of condolence. HBow cruel of some one to inform him thast the 'Australian Squadron was positively ordered to.Fremantle'. Will no one con sole him?-O0h! the pathos!-" Our f...

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FREMANTLE ELECTION. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 November 1867

FREMANTLE ELJEUw' N ' '`•To the Editor of the Heraldi: -':: SIR, Ii . the Inquirer? of W?Xednesdaythe: te6th Instant, appears an advertisement signed by the Resident Magistrate calling a Public Meet ing. of. the Free Residents of the Fremantle Districts in the Odd Fellows' HaIl, on Mon day the 18th Instant, for the purpose of select ing a Member' of the amended Legislative Council.' Now Sir, a rumour is'gbing about the Town, that two "hole in the corner" meetings of about half-a-dozen gentlemen, each wishing to be returned as a member, have been lately held in our Town at the first of which it was resolved by each half-dozen gentlemen, to send a requisition to the Resident Magistrate to call the above Meeting, and they also it is ru moured, passed a resolution restricting the rights of voting to ten pound householders. ''It is also rumoured that one of such gentlemen at the second meeting wished to rescind the reso lution adopted at the first meeting restricting the right of voting,...

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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 November 1867

Aotice to Correspptents. SENEX ,YORK.--If yOU desire to assist in bene fitting the natives, we will furnish you with all the information you may require. RusTIces.-We don't think the Mr. Bucking ham alluded too by Chips-is in any way re lated to Mr. Buckingham lately :settled in Fremantle, so that it will be useless to apply to him for any information as to the despatches, but if you should want a tender steak you can give him a call. MRR. G(ray's letter we regret to say was too late for publication.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 November 1867

.HTdlloway's Pills.-Paralysis apoplexy. These formidable diseases always attend.the end of the year: for the rost part they come on gradually and may be prevented by proper precautions. Holloway's Pills are the best and safest preservatives against all head complaints, and are the speediest correctors of all irregular ' circulation.. Trhey should be taken without delay when tingling in the limbs, drowsiness or giddiness come; they will regulate the action of the heart and nerves, and prevent the loss of sensibility or motion both in the body and its members. Holivay's. Pills restrain any overflow of the blood to the head even in the fullest habits; they guard against all impair ment of the mental faculties and guarantee a green old age.

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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 — 9 November 1867

For the statements and opintons of our Corres pondents, we.do not hold ourselves responsible: To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, In your last issue you gave insertion, ta an anonymous letter signed " Observer," most .ur. charitably written, with the intention of casting an undeserved slurupon an amiable and zealaus Clergyman. "Observer" says, he was at a " large squatting station when a high dignitary " of the Church of England " arrived there, "?and that it was naturally expected he would " have afforded the benefit of his professional "abilities in the orthodox manner," and that he "caused "much surprise and regret -by not "doing so." As I accompanied the Clergyman referred to on his journey, it would not become me to stand by.silent, and see one maligned who could not well descend to defend himself against a detractor who is ashamed of writing openly. I cannot. guess at the "Squatting station" alluded to, buitI know that the first night after leaving Champion Bay we stayed at Glen...

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