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CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. DISAPPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 November 1867

-CH:i PS BY A SANDAL WOOD . CUTTER. .:;- DISAPPOINTMENTS. I dont know of anythin' more difficult to put up with than disappointment-its ten times worse than havin' your hand kerchief prigged out of your pocket on a hot;day when you've: ten. miles to walk home along a road where there's no houses, and the prespiration runnin' down your: face,. like streams. down Mount Eliza in the wintere The only thing that 'I know of that's as agravatin' as disap pointment,. is a flea between your shoul ders at a dinner table when you're dinin' at somebody's-house as is a bit above you. Anyone who's fel.t that agreeable sensa tion can fully understand the delight of a disappointment. Some people can bear it without shewin' it in their faces, and they're called filosophers, and some can't, and they're called fools-but my opinion is there aint much difference between 'em,, only the one you gets fun out of, and the other you dont. Ever since I was born I've been used to disappointment, and I've partly...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 November 1867

To the Editor of. T'he lHerald. SIR,-?-. What the de'il's in the wind, has Tityrus been., snubbed by his Augustus, or has Johlnnie fa'en Ssick wi, the dose at last and ta'en a vomit to throw it up ? Dear sake, what can it al mean . First, says the very consistent oracle of Perth " we congratulate the members of our own Dis, "trict on the worthy character of the gentlemen '" who come forward to represent us," but whewl it is important, Mr. Oracle says, to catechise these worthy reqresentatives first and ascertain whether,, if chosen, they will be prepared. to vote in Council for.--" Election by the people in stead of nomination by the Gqvernor." i! then,. hear it oh shade of Henry Gray, let there be no " misunderstanding as to the qualification of " voters. Every male adult may vote, be he "Free Settler or Conditional Pardon Holder " !! Mr. Editor of the vile Radical Ileraldyou liad better shut up, we don't want any of your advo0 cacy now. Free Election and vniversal suffrage for eve...

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

:5":-" .' - . - 7 . : [' --· iIiC;OMMISSARIAT. ;rp-?ENDER. (in duplicate) will be re .::-: -. 'ceived at the Commissariat Office, Fremantle, untilNOON on SATURDAY, the 23rd instant, for the supply of the undermentioned Timber, viz.: - MAHOGA-NY-HEWN. -- - an. in. 8 p- 7ieces, 30 feetiong?i12:x 12 " -16 24 - 12 12 -: ~18 " 22 " 12xi12 12 ~'15 ', 12x12 12 - 13 "- '12 x12 : 12 i 1' " , 2 •x 12 12 8 " 12x1 2 MA HOANY w r. 6 . . ... 0 - : :".i- 2 :pilece. •,42-fe~et lonag-,!? 12 .x 9!.:.: 4 " 30 "62x ::2 9 42 " 15 '"-. 40 " 3 -'''96 5 -5o: ITG) 4'"o " 42+;:(;?:>f "-. .. .,:.a?:!i.: : 36 " f8ee ". 8"" i4 afe~tiuhi6 i-- a. .... 4 ?i.T4 eftec f olliize 5 tn 8 :l~ongt~;. p.6 - : :il16 " 3, " 6oxd:TmB+ob~5 ? 14. 'To' be :. straigi sri 0g0aine, free fromu gut i s4 hii a1 gs, 2, and0 ane edges, an. - notiici:ili -er Sbe deivered att;e S the B:at, ? Je )r :Twentyetwo loads .per. - moiitian - :wthole within (4) four mo~tliaifr - !dkte : of :accepestance of tender. nt i. gAny timber not dmelive...

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

SN OTICE. Monthly Sales by Auction at Geraldton, Champion Bay. HE 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, Auctioneers. Geraldton, Champion Bay, SAugust 29th, 1867 Sale by Auction. MESSRS. SCOTT AND GALE WIna Sell by Auction, at their Rooms, Geraldton, on WEDNESDAY, Nov. 13, 1867, by order of A. H. DUBovAY, EsQ. A QUANTITY of Household Furni ture and other Effects, consisting of Tables, Chest Drawers, Book Cases, Wardrobe, Toilet Tables, Washand Stands, Chamber Services, Toilet Glasses, Bedsteads, viattrasses, Lamps, Electro plated Ware, Barometers, Sextants, Pocket Compass, Microscope, Clocks, Concertinas, Guns, Revolver, Side Sad d...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 November 1867

BIRTH. NEWMA`N E-At Fremnantle on thei 3rd inst., the wife of CAPT. NEwMnAN of the barque Midas of t. daughter, 1MAItRIAGES. OAKLEY--CORNISH.--On Thursday, Oct. 31st., at Pinjarrah Church, by the Rev. J. S. Price, Tnos. WM., only son of the late MEI. TVILLIAM EDMUND OAKLEY, tQ M1ARY 4NN, eldest daughter of ANTgaIoN 9oQRIsFT Esq., of Pinjarrah. CORNISH,--KENTON.--On Thursday Oct. 31st., at Pinjarrah Church, by the Rev, J. S. Price, WILLIAn, eldest son Of'ANTONY Con NisH Es , of Pinjarrah, to MATILDA ELIZA. youngest daughter of the late Mu. JAMES KENTON, of Perth. DIED. WOOLCOMBE.-At Fremantle on the 5tn. inst., after a short illness, HENRY JOHN ALFRED WooLconME, the infant son of HENRY and ANNIE SILrIFAsT, aged 6 weeks. * SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1867.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 9 November 1867

~lbtpping *teU~igtnte+ ARRIVALS. Nov. 1.-PrINCE OF WALES, 14tons, Lewis, mas ter, from Champion Bay and Irwin River. Cargo-100 bags flour, and 38 do. pollard and bran. :6;,-WATkR LILY.-27 tons, Lewis master, from Vasse and Banbuij: Cargo--47 bags pota toes, and 98 kegs butter and sundries. SSame day,--SEA SPlAY, 34 tons, HO'Grady, master, from Champion Bay. Cargo-280 bags flour, 69 do. barley, and 40 do. bran. WILrD WAVE, Cross, master, from Bunbury. Passengers Mrs Hale and 2 children, Miss Molloy Miss Guerin, Miss Shearwood, and 7 others. Cargo Sundries. SDEPARTURES. 5th FLYING FoAM,;Cobb master for Champion Bay. Passengers R Johnson, W Forrest, J. Ferguson, TW Moore, J Boyce, and George Bell, Cargo Sundries. Nov, 7.-BRIDGETOWN, 358 tons, Captain Harris, for Champion Bay. Passengers Rev. Mr. Clay, Mrs. Clay, and Mr. H. Clay. Cargo -4½ hhds. tobacco, and sundries-part of origi nal cargo from London. Same day.--JoHN EYsTON, 846 tons, Captain Wynn, for Yokohama, Japan, Passengers Mr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 November 1867

Holloway's Ointment and Pills -Useful knowledge.-The successful treatment of the great mass of disease is not so great a mystery as many may suppose. Purify the blood, cleanse the liver and stomach, and the absor bent system will immediately right itself. Holloway's remedies effect this object most satisfactorily and completely. Both medica ments may be beneficially used by 'the most inexperienced under whose care the very worst of cases will progress favourably and terminate happily by using Holloway's celebrated remedies according to the instructions wrapped round each pot and box. These renowned remedies cure all disorders of the kidneys and bowels, aud will be found superior to all other means for mitigating the sufferings of those unfortu nately afflicted by incurable meladies. WaEnted. S GOOD PLAIN COOK for a family in the country, either man or mar ried woman whose husband could make himself useful, without children. Apply by letter to X Y Z, office of this Journal, stating w...

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THE STORY-TELLER. KATE HALL; OR, LOVE'S TRIALS. CHAPTER III.—The Trenches Before Sebastopol. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 November 1867

STHE STORY-TELLER. KATE HALL; OR, LOVE'S TRIALS. CHAPTER III.--T/Te Frncl8s Bfore S?bas topol. " The skittle balls are flying about to night," remarked a soldier to another as they sat together in the trenches before the renowned fortress of Sebastopol, months before it was abandoned by its defenders. " They are at it rather sharp, but as it has been worse, it might be worse than this." was the reply. " Hollo !" and down the two men went on their faces unhurt. A shell had burst apparently over their heads, but did no damage be yond scattering some earthwork. " Any one come to grief there ?" cried an old sergeant. Coupling a sable personage with a hoarse negative the two men resumed their smoking as if nothing had occurred. Habit had rendered them insensible to the fears, much less the horror of danger 'and death. The night was a clear moon light one, and that induced the Russians to indulge in a nocturnal fire, to which the British did not reply;they rarely did, for they needed repo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 November 1867

BIRTH. WITHERS.-At the Parsonage, Bunbury, November 4th, 1867, MRs. S. A. WITHERS of a son. MARRIAGES. OAKLEY--CORNISH.--On Thursday, Oct. 31st., at Pinjarrah Church, by the Rev. J. S. Price, THos. WM., only son of the late MR. W?,LIA1 EDnMUND OAKLEY, to MARY ANN, eldest daughter of ANTHONY CORNISH ESQ., of Pinjarrah. CORNISH.--KENTON.--On Thuirsday Oct. 31st., at Pinjarrah Church, by the Rev. J. S. Price, WILLIAM, eldest son of ANTHONY CoR NISH EsQ, of .Pinjarrah, to MATILDA~ ELIZA. youngest daughter of the late MR. JAMEs KENTON, Of Perth. DIED. SILLIFANT.-At Fremantle on the 5tn. inst., after a short illness, HENRY JOHN ALFRED WVOOLCOMBE,. the infant son of HENRY and ANNIE SILLIFANT, aged 6 weeks. OXLEY.--At Guildford on the 7th inst., after a short illness, JOHN OxLEY, aged 67. The deceased was 'for many years in the em ploy of the East India Company's service, and came to this Colony with Sir James Stirling. His loss is deeply regrettedby a large circle of riends. Press of adver...

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Geraldton, Western Australia, October 29th, 1867. To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 November 1867

.. eraldton, Western Australia, I. , October 29th, 1867. " f i'.-. Tjlie' Editor of The Herald.. :E haYe thsday received your printed letter of the 22n' October inst, intimatin gthat you and certain other individuals have at a Public Meet ing held at Perth on the 14th instant ; passed resolutions detailed in the Public Journals. of the present month. With regard to the Public Meeting* to which you allude,; myself .and most men of this Dis .rict consider that you have treated the country 'settlers, and especially the settlers of this popu lous and principal district of the colony, with a great degree of contempt, inasmuch that you and most of those that convened that Meeting, took good care that .the. men of this district should receive no notice of that Meetiug held about 250. miles from. hence, until two days prior to our holding it, and. like all. such im. portant measuires whenever necessary for the public voice to be expressed at the Meeting, you took good care it should de stif...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 November 1867

THE first act of the Selecto -Elective Farce was played out at Perth on-Mdonday last, and the second is to follow on Mon day next at Fremantle. Dull as the whole proceedingproved at the former place "the gettings up" at Fremantle promises a far. more lively de velopment of this comico ierio drama.. All joking apart, we must request the patient attention of our readers to the fact that, the performance of.it was at the special comniand of His Excellency. We would also remind our readers that, there is an Imperial Act regulating the machinery for carrying out such perfor mances; entitled the 13th and 14th of Vic. by which, it is enacted thatthe performers must be qualified, as holders of freehold property to the value oSf£100, or House holders and Leaseholders paying £10 a year rental. And next that, Governor Hampton, the chief manager, has repeatedly represented to the official, who: is specially appointed to watch over such proceedings, that, the actors qualifications did not fit th...

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FREMANTLE ELECTION. To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 November 1867

FREMANTLE ELECTION. To the Editor of The Herald. ::.: SIR, "There is anotlher rumour going about the: Town that the Tory Cliiqie, Newman King. & Co., will attempt at the meetihig on Mon day next to carry their resolution restricting: the franchise to £10 householders, I therefore hope that the inhabitants generally will be at the meeting.,when it opens and by an overwhelming majority defeat their inten tions. The meeting of the Ratepayers of the Town on Tuesday last was the most numerous and influential inmeeting that has been held in the Town for many years past. Working men rejoice with me that the owners of property generally do not wish to exclude you from voting-as the Tory party do-the meeting resolved unanimously that all free residents are qualified to vote at the election and fur thermore -to guard against the machinations of .Newman King & Co., they resolved to for ward the resolutions to .the Governor, who there is no doubt will take proper steps at the me...

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PUBLIC MEETING FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 November 1867

SPUBLIO MEif'LNU : FREMANTLE.. A Special General Merting of the Rate payers of Fremantle was held in the Odd Fellows'. Hall on Tuesday the 12 instant, to ascertaiin.the best means of obtaining the opinion of the inhabitants of the town as to the individual they would: select to. His Excellency fdr nomination to a Seat in the Council. The Meeting was nume rously attended, .and we are informed was, the most influential that has been held for years past. The Chairman--0. A.'Mannihg Esq., opeied t'he meeting by reading the requisition and notice con venening the Meeting, and proceeded to explain the object for which they had assembled. He stated that a few gentlemen, members of the Perth Centr.al Committee had taken uponthemselves-unauthorised in any way to represent the inhabitants of Fremantle and to pass resolutions dis quallifying a great number of persons from exercising the privilege extended them by his Excellency of having a voice in the election of a gentleman to repre sent Fre...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 November 1867

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, Cramped as I know you are for space, I am loth to intrude on it, but the forthcoming elec tions and proposed candidates induce me to do so. There are already four candidates in the field for Fremantle, King, Manning, Newman and Snooks;, whilst our late respected member L. Samson assserts that, he has not. yet resigned his seat and as I aminformed intends to go in with. out any election. I would be most happy to-see an intelligent reasoner of unprejudiced opinions and one Who has some stake, however small, in the Colony selected to advocate the the interests of Western Australia in general, and Fremantle in particular, and would wish ts scrutinize the Candidates with vigirous impartiality ;' as it is not our want but our multiplicity of intelligent energeticbusiness men which constitutes the difficulty of selection at Eremantle. I would therefore wish to know what is Mr. King. Is he a merchant doing business on his own account ? Is he a registerei pa...

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THE PERTH ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 November 1867

'. ITHIE PERTH ELECTIOv.. We have received from an esteemed.corres pondeniit an account of the metrbpolitan Elec tion, and as we anticipated, it ended in the re turn of Mr. . JG. C. Carr by arn overwhelm ing-majority in excess of the numbers of those polled by the other tvo candidates combined. No man has achieved in- this Colony a greater success as a merchant-no man has discharged his duties more faithfully as a member of mu nici.pal and social.institutions, and no manhas by his unostentations and genial bearing to each member of the community, with whom he. has comne in contact, so deservedly obtained the good will of all. * IWe sincerely trust that, he may long live t~enjoy the well merited distinction conferred on him by his fellow citizens of every class, creed, and shade of political feeling. Having paid this just tribute to his worth, we-have only .to hope that, he will prove him self equal to the duities of the position he has attaiued-that he will eschew " hero worship," t...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 November 1867

'To the Editor of T:he Herald. SIR One. :.would .suppose that when Governor Hampton makes his appointments of Govern ment Post Officec keepers hlie would follow out a similar plan as is followed in England and elsewhere, and would appoint such men for the duty as are mostly .at home and in at tendance to protect the interests of those who commit important and valuable letters to their care,but it is not so at the Greenough Flats, and because the Post Office-keeper there shall not be fouind at home, and -because the valuable let ters of. correspondents shaUll have as little pro tection as possible. in this exceptional Convict colony, the Post Office keeper alluded to, has just been.made District Baihff which duty ex tends over a district 100 miles square. It is rumoured, whether truthfully or not that the same youth is about to be made Government Parson in lieu of the one lately resigned, and if the office of Sexton and a few othlier sinecires are added, they wil doubtless have as a ...

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ELECTION INTELLIGENCE. MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 November 1867

ELECTIONITEIlGENCE. i 3M·URRAY. A 'public" meeting, J. G. uriay .Esq., Resident Magistrate in the Chair, was held at the Pinjarrah Court House on the 5th to con sider the D)uke of Bnckingham's despatch hav ing reference to a change in our Legislative Council. Mr. 'Cornish suggested that Capt. Fawcett, would be a most fitting person to re present the district. A shew of hands being taken on the question; the meeting was unan imous in favor of this gentleman. Captain Fawcett who attended the meeting, in reply to a deputation inviting him said, the best'inter estsof the Colony should be his study and aim should he be returned to the Council, and he would. advocate Reformation where it was needed. It was further resolved that the vo ting shoiuld be by ballot. SW&N. A preliminary Electoral Meeting was held at Guildford last week-the principal feature in which was the withdrawal of W.. L. Brockman Esq;, in consequence of the meeting refusing to entertain a proposition to adjourn u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 November 1867

Sale of Geniiral .Merchandize. MESSRS. LIONEL SAMSON & SON. (GOVERNMENT AUCTIONEERS.) W?L, offer at Public Aution, on THURS DAY, the 21st Instant, a variety of articles to close consignments, many of which will go without any reserve whatever !! ALSO ! The contents of a case ex "FITZROY." fCONSISTING of I Child's Iron Crib S ij Bedstead, 1 Cricket Bat, 2 Cricket Balls,.Ladies' Boots and Shoes, 26 Pieces of Music, 1 Palmerston Electro Plated Bottle-.Holder, 4 selected Red Loaf Chiebse, and 1 Box Paraffin Candles. ALSO!! A. cask of superior Vasse Butter, weighing about 3601b3. ..:ALSO!!! . ,WITHOUT RESERVE. Groats and Barley, Allsop's Bottled Ale in cases, Cocoa, Patent Starch, Black and Red Currant Jelly, &c., &c. Terma at Ti?ne of Sale. AcTIoN TO COMMENCE AT.11. O'OLOCK. Fremantle, November 15, 1867. For ondon. -T HE clipper barque : .1k FITR 0 Y, . A 1l 14 years, 573 tons register, James Maillard, :commmander, will leave for the above port about the first we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 November 1867

NOTICE. 4 Monthly Sales by Auction at Geraldton, Champion Bay. T HE undersigned beg to give notice J 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. BCOTT & GALE, Auctioneers. Geraldton, Champion Bay, ,: .,-;: .:August 29th, 1867 -" Sale by Auection. MESSRS. SCOTT AND GALE WrrIa Sell by Anction, at their Rooms, SG)eraldton, on WEDNESDAY, Nov. 13, 1867, by order of A. H. DUBBoUaY, EsQ. A QUANTITY of Household Furni ture and other Effects, consisting ofTables, Chest Drawers, Book Cases, Wardrobe, Toilet Tables;- --Washand Stands, Chamber Services, Toilet Glasses, S Bedsteads, Mattrasses, Lamps, Electro plated Ware, Barometers, Sexetants, Pocket Compass, Microscope, Clocks, Concertinas,...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 November 1867

b4ippintg nterignatc. ARRIVALS. Nov. 11I-ZEPHYR, 395 tons, Captain Elliott, from London Passengers, Cabin-Mesars. R. Scott, W. Scott, H ale, Kirkman, S. Mitchell, J. Miichell, Miss Elliott; steerage-7 Miners and one woman.. 13.-FAVORITE, 46 tons, Lakey, master, from Champoin Bay. Passengers-Mr.' G. Leake, Miss J. Thomas, Miss J. Gray, and William Wilson. Cargo-441. bags flour, 60 do. bran and pollard, and 20 do. oats. and 12 pkgs. DEPARTURE. 11.-LES TROIs AMaIS, 44 tons, Green, master, for Irwin and Champion Bay.-Passengers-G. Green, .W Heneretta and F. Palmer. Cargo 1 pkg. tobacco under bond, 22,500 laths, 12,600 shingles, 117 pieces timber, 3 winnowing ma chines, 17 hhds, wine, 3 hhds. and 20 casks beer, IMPORTS. Per ZEPHYR-32 pkgs., T. Hooley : 3 do., T. Burges ; 3 do ; R.P- Scott ; 51 do., T. Ashfcrd; 3 do,, G. Shenton ; 92 chests tea, 50 hhds. and 200 casks beer, 100 bags salt, 214 pkgs., Order ; 90 pkgs., J. H Monger 4 do., J. H, Monger & Co.; 1 case, R. F. Sallivan ; ...

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