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(ADVERTISEMENT.) TREATMENT OF PRISONERS IN THE CONVICT ESTABLISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 16 November 1867

(ADVERTISEMENT.) TREATMENT OF PRISONERS IN THE CONVICT ESTABLISHMENT. bMr. William Tullack, Secretary to the Howard Association has published in the ,iManfcester Coirier the following docu ments which were forwarded by a corres pondent in this colony. Mr. Tullack's correspondent a Warder says: i I am induced to bring the facts of the enclosed memorial under your notice, with a view to drawing some effective attention to its prayer. It was forwarded, on its date, to the authorities to. whom it is' addressed, but received no acknowl edgment, and I can say, from personal observation, that the facts are not stated nearly so badly in the petition as they exist in reality, for the.petitioners would be afraid to have .drawn the attention of colonial authority to any but the .mildest complaint. 'The board of visiting justices are not now admitted to the prison; so that prisoners cannot cotmplain, if they would, and. the reason is, I believe, in accordance with the statement that the governo...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FREMANTLE ELECTION. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

FREMANTLE ELECTION. To the Editor of the Herald. SIR, In the Inquirer of Wednesday the 6th 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', Hall, on ?Mon day the 18th Instant, for the purpose of select ing a Member of the amended Legislative Council. Now Sir, a rumour is going about the Town that two "hole in the corner" meetings of about half-a-dozen gentlemeni 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 tent pound householders. It is alsoirumoured 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, and that all the ...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR,-. What the de'il's in the wind, has Tityrus been snubbed by his Augustus, or has Johnnie fa'en sick wi, the dose at last and ta'en a vomit to throw :it up ? Dear sake, what can it all mean ? First, says the vrery consistent oracle of Perth " we congratulate the members .of our own Disa " trict on the worthy character of the gentlemen " 'who come forward to represent us," but whew ! 'it is iinportanit, 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 Governor." 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 ConditionalPardon Holder" !! Mr. Editor of,the vile Radical Herald you had better shut up, we don't want any of your advol cacy now. Free Election and vniversal suffrage for ever I The...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

SIR,-- :' ? ..~ 1 :?-:' : ' i " .. .... To the Editor of The Hera*ld. SIR, If space :will :allowu , I '!should feel obliged by your pnblishing in your next number the following correspondence, having reference to my seat as a Nominee -Menib er of the Legislative Council. LIONEL SAMSON, Fremantle, 4 November,, 1867 . Extract from Sir E. B. Lytton's IDes patch approving Governor Kennedy's re colhmendation. that Mr. Samson be ap pointed a Member of the . Legislative Council , " The grounds upon which this recommenda ".tion rests have appeared to me to be in all ."respects fair and proper, and having submitted " thatrecommendation to the Queen, I now "transmit to you Her Majesty's Order in Coun "cilfor 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 " Memhber of the said Council, Heir Majesty does " therefor...

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THE PERTH ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

THE PERTH ELECTION. We have received from an esteemed corres pondent an account of the metropolitan Elec tion, and as we anticipated, it ended in the re turn of Mr. J. G. C. Carr by an overwhelm ing majority in excess of the numbers of those polled by the other two 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 nicipal and social institutions, and no man has by his unostentations and genial bearing to each member of the community, with whom he has come in contact, so deservedly obtained the good will of all. We sincerely truist that, he may long live to enjoy thewell 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, hewill prove him self equal to the duties of the position he has attained-that he will eschew" hero worship," that he will bear i...

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FREMANTLE RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

FREMANTLE RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. Beef prime joints 6d. per lb. Inferior 3d. to 5d." Mutton prime.joints 6d ,:' Inferior S: d. " Ham is.1. 9d. Bacon Is. 6d., to ls..9d. " Pork 8d. to 10d. " Fowls 5s. to 6sg. :per pair, .: SButter fresh 2s. per lb. salt s. 8d.:per Ib;-. SPotatoes id ". C.abbage 2d. to 2½... " Peas 8d. per gallon . Oranges 3d. each, E. ggs Is. 4d. to is. 104.d; per doz. Milk . 3d;. per pint.-, . Bread 4d. per 21b. loaf. Firewood 10s. per cord. SHIPPIN is exteremely scarce,: and freights .consequently high. Captains can make their own terms. With a Free Port;, much of the inconvenience and loss resulting from scarcity of shipping might be obviated. The following are the arrivals during the month: Nov. 4.-ZEPHrR, 395 tons, Elliot, master, from London. Passengers-R. Scott, WV. Scott, Hale, Kirkman, S. Mitchell, J. Mitchell Miss Elliot, cabin, 7 miners and woman in steerage. DEPARTURES. Oct. 30.-From Champion Bay, PaLESTINE, tons, Carpenter, master, for London. Cargo-coppe...

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ELECTION INTELLIGENCE. FREMANTLE. MONDAY 18TH INST. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

ELECTION INTELLIGENCE. FREMANTLE. MoNDAY 18TH INST. Precisely at Eleven o'clockthe Resident Ma gistrate, C. Symmons, Esq., took the Chair and briefly announcing to the meeting the ob ject of the present assembly, trusted they 4uld support him in the preservation of or dg and in the election of gentlemen whom they might deem suitable to represent the interests of the community of Fremantle he had heard some rumours about Captain Finnerty having attempted to influence the Pensioners min vo ting, which the Captain-who he saw was pre sent, would no doubt explain. Captain Finnerty amidst great confusion, was understood to deny having used any influ ence-and stated he was quite independent be ing able to pay a pound for every shilling that he owed, and would vote for Mr. Newman there was so much noise that it was scarcely possible to hear what was said. Mr. Bennet Yon Bibra in a few words beg ged to propose Mr, Chas. A. Manning. Mr. J. B. Flindell beggedto second the pro position of Mr. V...

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WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

WAGES. Ploughmen 40s. to 60s. per month with [board & lodging. Teamsters 35 " 45 " " " Shepherds .40 " 60 "' " ," Carpenters 6 " 8 per day Blacksmiths .". " " " House Painters ' ' "' ' " Wheelwrights " " *' ". Shoemakers " " " " Bricklayers " " '" " Married couples £25 to £35 a year with board and lodging. Single female servants?? 14 to £18 a year. . .:

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MURRAY DISTRICT ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

MURRAY DISTRICT ELECTION. From a Correspondent. PINJARAHi.-One of the largest Public Meet ings ever held in Pinjarrah took place on the 19th LInstant. in accordance with the adver tizement of the Resident Magistrate. The large New School Room was crowded to excess with settlers, many of whom came from a distance. The Resident I. D. Murray Esq., opened the Meeting, and on being called upon to take the chair, he begged leave to decline, and it was eventually decided in favor of Mr. J. Logue. The following are the minutes of the Meet ing. Proposed by Mr. A. Birch, and seconded by Mr. Wellard that, this is a fit and proper Meet ing to select a Gentleman to be nominated for a seat in the amended Legislative Council, Carried. Proposed by Mr. M. Pollard, and seconded by Mr. H. Hall, that Captain Fawcett be selected. Proposed by Mr. A. Birch, and seconded by Mr. J. Beachan, that Mr. Eadle be selected. Proposed by Mr. Hayward, and seconded by Mr. N. Paterson that Mr. Steere be selected. Prop...

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TRADE MARKETS &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

T T RADE MARKETS &c: . Business.generally has improved since our last, report. The population of the colony being buIt limited, changes in the condition of trade are not so broadly marked as] in larger, communitibs. Nevertheless, busiiess, iere as else where, follows the laws of supply and demand, and fluctuates as the one or the other maybe in excess. Commercial transactions, home and foreign have never been carried on in this colony, upon sound principles. This has been, in part oweiing to the merchants themselves not being conver sant with the principles and practice of commerce, and partly to the state of the colony, which never.in a very flourish ing condition, has been compelled in its home trade to have recourse to a system of truck and barter, contrary to sound commercial policy and inimical to pro gress. Latterly much jimprovement has taken place in these respects. The ex penditure of Imperial funds on account of convict service has made specie com paratively plenti...

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VASSE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

VABSSE DISTRICT. At a Meeting held at Busselton on Friday 15th November, the following resolutions were passed. 1. That this meeting desires to express an opinion that the concessions made in the Duke of Buckingham's despatch and the steps taken by His Excellency the Governor in consequence thereof are likely to lead to a satisfactory result and are acknowledged therefore with thanks. 2. That the resolutions already passed at a Meeting held in Bunbury on the 2nd of Novem ber be adopted, with the proviso however, that all free residents of the Southern Districts liv ing at a distanee of more than 10 miles from Bunbury shall be allowed to vote by Proxy or by letter to the Chairman of the Bunbury Meeting.

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THE CHILDREN'S PIC-NIC AT PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

THE CHILJDREN'S PIC-NIC AT PERTH. We have been requested to state that the Central Committee at Perth have ap pointed the Rev. Mr. Bostock, Rev. Mr. Johnston, Canon Martelli, and three lay men, the working committee for Freman tie to carry out the arrangements for con ducting the children to Perth. The Steamers, kindly placed at the disposal of the Committee, will be ready on'Thurs day morning, at 4 past 7, when the chil dren of Fremantle without distinction of any kind will be received by those a ppointed to take care of them. Tickets can be obtained for the children on Mondau next, by application to either of the gentlemen forming the committee of management. Tickets will also be issued by the com mittee to those who will have charge of the children,-and no other adults can be received on board the Steamer. It is to be hoped that the day will be made a general holiday to enable the Volunteer Band to accompany the. chil dren, which will add greatly to their en joyment and the effec...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

BIRTHS, RWMANX"--At Fremrnantle on the ard inst., :the wife of CAPT. NEwasN of the barque AIidas sof daughter. W 'lTHERS.-At the Parsonage, Bunbury, T ovenlper 4th, 1867, Mdas. S. A. W'TgsBS of a so, MARRIAGES. OAKLEY-.CORNISH.--On Thursday, Oct. 31st., at Pinjarrah Church, by the Rev. J. 8. SPrice, THos. WM., only son of the late MR. WrLLIAM EDMUND. OAKLEY, to g~MAR 'ANN, eldest daughter of ?ATHONr CoaNiss EsIs., of Pinjarrah. COJtNISHI--KEN'TON .--On Thursday Oct. 31st., at Pinjarrah Church, by the Rev. J. S. Pirice, WIVLaM, eldest son of ANTHONY CoR sxsI Esa., of'Pinjarrah, to MATLDA ELIZA. youngest daughter of the late Mns. JAMES ISENTON, of Perth. DIED. SILLIFANT.-At Fremantle on the 5ta. i1it;, after a short illness, HENRY JoHs ALFRlD WQQsOMnsBE, the infanE son of H-ENR and ANNl SLIFANT, aged 6 weeks. OXLEY.-At Guildford on the 7th inst., after a shore illness,, JoHn OxtLEY, aged 67. The decea-sed was '~for many years in the em ploy of the East India Company's service, and cam...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 19, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 19, 1867. The following gentlemen are appointed to be Inspectors of Scab under the Ordinance 30th Vie., No. 13 :-Mr. John Taylor, Plantagenet district; Mr. J. DeCourcey Lefroy, Sussex and Wellington; Mr. Joseph Logue, jun., Murray, Perth, Fremantle and Swan ; Mr. E. Middleton, York and Toodyay ; and Mr. J. C. Brodie, Victoria district.

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

STRANGE ADVERTISEMENT.--A Mrs. Smith, having lost her husband, thinks that the best plan is to advertise, which she does after this fashion :-" Lost, strayed, or stolen, an indi vidual whom I, in an urgent moment of lone liness, was thoughtless enough to adopt as my husband. He is a good-looking and feeble in dividual, knowing enough, however, to go in when it rains, unless some good-looking girl offers him her umbrella. Answers to the name of' Jim.' Was last seen in company with Julia Harris, walking up the plank road, look ing more like a fool, if pbssible, than ever. Anybody who will catch the poor fellow, and bring him carefully back, so that I can chas tise him for running away, will be asked to stay to tea."-American Paper. The effect of advertising in the newspapers is thus related by an American journal:-" A lady advertised last week for a stray cow, and the cow came home next day, pulled down the cow-pen fence, bellowedtill the milkmaid came, and then kept off her own calf ...

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

Extensive Sale of Household Furniture, Plate, &c., at PERTH. MESSRS. LIONEL SAMSON AND SON (GOVERNMENT AUCTIONEERS,) HAVE instructions from the Executors of the late J. H. MONGER, ESQ., to Sell, by Auction on WEDNESDAY, the 4th December, 1867, at the. late residence of that gentleman, near the Pensioner Barracks TANDSOME Drawing Roo.m, Dining L. Room, and Bedroom Furniture, comprising-Rosewood, and Mahogany Chairs, Tables, Sofas, Sideboard, 2 Hand some Chandeliers, Oilcloths, Pictures, Books, Bedsteads and Bedding, Wash atarids, Toilet Services, Dressing Glasses, &c., &e. ALSO, Plate and Jewelry. Glasses, and Orockeryware, Superior TVWne, Port, and Sherry. ALSO, - A Neat Carriage, Trap, Horse, Har iess, Saddles, Bridles, &c., ALSO, A~ riekmaking Machine. Qircular Saws, and Table, and various uther useful Articles. 4 On view from 7 a.m, on the day of ~Sale. &LE TO COMMKENCE AT 11 O'OLOQKPRECISELY? Terms at Time of Sate. Fremantle, 20th November...

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

For Londaoan. THE H clipper barque •ITZR 0 Y, 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. SFOR ADELAIDE. a tai HE fine barque 1- J ?fIS A 8, . aptain W. Newman, will sal about the 26th Instant. Apply to, BICKLEY & Co. Agents. Fremantle, November 15, 1867. FOR ADELAIDE, !CALLING AT KING GEORGE'S SOUND. THE E,2lZY 1ITH, daily expected from ;Adelaide return with all dispatch. SFor freight or passage apply to . rmT. & H. CARTER & Co. ?remantle, Nov. 14, 1867. S: For Champion Bay. ? TIkHE Clipper Ship . ITZ R o Y, A 1 14 years' register, JaMErs MAITARD, Commander, will leave for the above port on or about the 10th instant. Parties wishing to visit the Victoria Districts will findthis an eligible opportur nity, as the vessel wi...

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

Ik the prosecution of an arduous duty nothing is so gratifying and encouraging as the spontaneous expression of approba tion from surrounding spectators. The position of the journalist is at all times and in all places one of difficulty and trial. In a small community, such as this, the dificulties are much increased, or rather perhaps, concentrated, and in proportion is enhanced the value of any testimonial of approval. When this little vessel, the Herald, weas launched apon the treacherous sea of pub lic opinion, it had to encounter many dangers, and more than once, solowering was the sky, so threatening the storm that the hearts of those in command al most failed with fear; but duty kept them to' their posts, and a view of brighter skies and smoother water soon to be reached, promises reward for the struggles the dangers and the buffettings. We are afraid almost to venture to ex press the pleasure and gratification we experienced at the receipt, on the morn ing of the Fremantle e...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

&Ihipping Inteligence. ARRIVAL. Nov. 20.-EMILY SE?tn, 142 tons, Captain Davidson, from Adelaide, and K. G. Sound. Passengers-Mrs. Davidson and family (4)and Miss Levies. Cargo-89 pkgs. Order; 5 tons : iron, 3 do. pollard, 20 cases of jam, 2 casks sherry, 3 barrels pork, 10 cases fish, 3 coils wire, I box, 35 hams, 15 cwt. rope, 70 deals, 120 bags barley, 75 cases brandy, Order; 1 box coin, National Bank; 2 cases hats, T. & H. Carter & Co.,; 4 cases, G. Barrow; 63 pkgs. W. Bickley & Co. ; 27 cases sulphur, 6¼-tierces and 20 barrels tobacco, G. Shenton ;3 pcgs. Order ; 3 do. T. & H. Carter & Co.,; 10. bags -flour, 4 pkgs. Miss Cookworthy ; 2 cases, W. Edwards ; 4 pkgs. J Dewar ; 8 do. Order; 7 do. J. A. Wroth ; 4 do. W. Bateman; 3'do. C. S. Monger; 7 do.G. Throssell; 5 do. J. H. Monger ; 12 do. W. Bull; 6 do., Order ; 5 do. D. K- Congdon; 2 cases J. T. Woods; 3 do., D. K. Congdon; 12 do., T. & HIL Carter & Co., ; 9 do., J...

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

Holloway's Pills.--Health, vigour.-These Pills are invaluable in stomachic derangements and bilious affections; they exercise in the strictest sense both alterative and tonic pro perties. Amongst all the medicines we possess, Holloway's Pills stand first ; universal experi ence warrants this assertion. They willremove many disorders which have defied every other treatment. These Pills are the best anta nists to all inflammatory action, they thoroughly purify the blood and regulate its natural distri. bution through the body: hence they prevent congestions of the liver, the lungs, and the brain, Over many maladies their effects are almost specific. Holloway's Pills root out every vestige of disease, without worrying the system, While eradicating the complaint, they comfort and strengthen the nerves and increase the vigour of the constitution. B3unbury, 2nd November, 1867. S IR,-We request that you will convene S. a Public Meeting of the Inhabitants of the Southern Districts, to be he...

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