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ADVERTISING AS A MORAL DUTY. A NEW VIEW OF THE SUBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

ADvERTISING AS A MORAL DUTY. A NEW VIEW OF TIlE SUBJECT. Some yrears ago it was proposed by an American physician that members Faculty should advertise their remedies and modes of treating diseases in the newspapers.' It was a bold andmanly idea. It was scouted, however, by the profession generally, as i7 fra dig. But is there any degradation in publicity ? Is it not rather the great touchstone 'that vies preten sions and universalises the practical benefits of all valuable inventions and discoveries ? Should not a profession that aims at the mitigation of sufferings and the preservation of life make the means of attaining these grand objects known through the channel of information most accessible to all classes and conditions-the columns of the public press ? If it declines to do so, the natural inference is, either that the desire of secrecy arises from a sordid, monopo lising, egotistic spirit, or from a lack of faith in its own prescriptions. Viewing the subject in this light, ...

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

FREMANTLE PRICE COURRENT. Week ending November, 23rd 1867. Flour and loaves at a high premium. Beer in great demand--worth anything men's consciences for example. Intellect-99½ per cent., discount. Military electioneeringinterference, 199 per cent premium. Tea very little consumed this week. Other articles as usual. A wise moarlist remarks that a man is most likely to become a rake in the hey-day of his youth. A man in this city has got so deep into debt that not one of his creditors has been able to see him ior months.

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

TR.ADE. MIarTrus.-Flour is quoted at 5? S: tbe 100 lbs. Engli's h. SINAPoRaE..-Sandalwoad is.in enqairy at $ 2. 80 -no stocks. HoNG KoNG.-Sandalwood-wanted at; $ 3, 50. Shipping of all sizes is in. great. demand in M]elbourne and freights. have. gone up in consequence. For horses to, India the rates are as high as £1U10,l .per~ head. The Indian Government have notifiedi definitely their determination not to es tablish an army Stud Dep&t in W. A. Return shewing the value of Imports. into the Colony of Western Australia, for the year ending 30th September, 1868. 1868 Goods subject toad valorem duty . 111,144 112,684k Spirits consumed 14,336 14,50?6 . Tobacco, manufactured 5,754 6,554: Tobacco, as sheepwash 781 2,436 Wine, consumed 2,527 2,510 Beer, imported 12,055 12,566 Coffee, " 1,377 364 Tea 9,770 17,450 Sugar, moist and molasses 13,620 22,557 " refined 390 235 FREE GOODS. Animals, living 2,533 2,321 Agricultural Implements 2,546 . 3,685 Bran, Pollard, Bread, Rice, Oatmeal,...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

[We give the substance of some remarks of a Colonial Correspondent upon the safety of lending money, accompanied by a large inter est for it in the Australian Colonies. The risks of depreciation are fully provided for by 'the wide margin between the value of the ad vance and that of security offered; the current interest being 3 per cent., on Mortgage -in England where the margin for depreciation is scarcely one third, at a valuation of thirty years purchase of the fee simple] :-"We want to draw from the mother country two commo dities, of both of which she possesses a redun dance-capital and labor. The other factors of wealth-land and minerals-we enjoy in abundance. To the small farmer, the strug gling artisan, and the under paid labourer we offer a home and a career, a future for their children, and the chance-nay, the certainty, if they are industrious and prudent-ofacquir ing property for themselves. The value of real property in these colonies may be said to have gravitated to ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. HENRY FELTON'S MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

" THE STORY-T'ELLE1R. I HENRY FELTON'S MISTAKE. S.What. a, beautiful Sabbath it was! -Henry Felton threw open the long win dovw that looked from his pleasant par 10r out upon a summer landscape. June was in her glory. God's green mantle dropped over her, sparkling in these soft morning rays with that dew which seems even now redolent of the old patriarchal blessing. No wonder that he wheeled the large easy chair just where every tinge of the light and shade sweeping over the broad meadow land came full in view; where his eye fell restingly on the long, early shadows cast by the little trees his own hands had planted; where 'the roses clinging over the rustic porch opened their buds, and tossed out. in. wanton luxuriance their wealth of per fume ; where birds alighted onblossoming shrubs, coyed with tender eyed violets, and sipped the sweetnessfrom the lips of innumerable flowers. i l:[ He was a weary man, therefore these mute friends had voices, and spoke comfortingly and lovingly t...

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

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, Your motto, " Give every man thine ear &c., warrants me in asking you for a space in your very excellenit Journal, for commenting on the doings (or Irather) the not doings of the City Council. " Times are hard," so some say, and dread the coming annual meeting of Ratepayers, but it is hard to say which is worse, staying away from the meeting and let the Grumblers grumble to the annoyance of the office bearers without any good result, or to crowd the meeting with bouncers and long talkers, like to outldo in noise those who cannot say much-and tend to obstruct the real business of the Council. Come therefore fellow ratepayers to the December meeting on the 2nd of December next-do not be misled by your Councilman of the West Ward who in his issue Nov. 6th says, " a small additional amount beyond the estimates may arise from assessments and consequently should anyurgrnt works have been omitted which in the opinion of ratepayers should be underta...

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

~utrili pintion. For the statements and opinions of our Corres pondents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, The electors of Fremantle cannot be said to have paid a! compliment to the intelligent part of the community in the choice they have made of the representative for this district, and a better proof of the insufficiency of the qualification test could not have arisen. What has Walter Bateman done for this colony? ought I not rather ask what the colony has done for Mr. Walter Bateman ? It has ena bled him to pass the pecuniary test. But if any one can say that he is in every other par ticular a fit and proper person to advocate the commercial and farming intends of this place I must ask why he has not declared his prin ciples to the public. Has his private or public life been such as to deserve the Honor conferred upon him ? I can bear testimony to a statement I heard him declare which will answer my question most emphatically. A man meeting ...

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

COLONIAL, The intelligence from the molonies is ar uninteresting as the: European, IN VICToRIo the principall subjects oc cupying attention are the contemplated constitutional crisis~ and the visit of Prince Alfred. His Excellency, Sir 3 Manners Sutton has. displayed suspicious partizan tendencies, whieh cannot fail to embarrass him, and jrodue mnmch bitterness of feeling., SOUTE Ats?yRa?.i at the departure of the Mail was enjoying the expectation of the immediate arrival, of the Duke of Edinburgh~-the expetation. is now realised. Bishop Short hadt returned toa the colony and waisiwited, to a public breakfast. NEw SoUTWE WAIMEs. T .he O?verm ett have been defeated on the Landbil. Ber trand's sentence has beencommuted to imprisonment for life--the first. three years in irons. QTUEENSLAND has voted? £1,200 for the-! reception of the Prince.. Fresh, gold fields have been found.

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TO MR. UBIQUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

TO MRI, UBIQUE. Since for me you have enquired, By whateverimotive fired, You must know,that I am still within the towni • Ubique, And as sure as poets live, I shall now presume to give . My pQ nopinion, gratis of yourself Ubique': -' You must be a lazy man ::: Of whatever petty elan You:may 'deem yourself a member or the head,.. Ubiqie, *.: : ..iOr:you would not wish to be • :. . In the back ground, when you.see. . Other men the. Car of Progress pushing o.n, SUbiq.ue If you'd ope your sleepy eyes : . This selection you despise,. You would see to be a movement uthe .hill,. SUbique. But it is such men as you And your vacillating crew That, keep our little colony behindTUbiquie, You will grumble and will growl,. You will whimper and willhowl,. .: 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,. Ubiq.ue, If you are colonial born Then your native soil will scorn, -In-a year or two, such cum...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Herald office, Saturday, November 23rd., 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

Herald office, Saturday, November 23rd., 1867. The time has again come round for our Monthly Summary by the outgoing mail, and we have a duty imposed on us, which   in one instance we would have much pre ferred had it fallen into other hands, but we willnot shrink from what we feel to be obligatory on us as honest Journalists.   Our last contained the case of Joseph Price, a probation prisoner, tried for an aggravated assault on Warder Corpe. Although that extraordinary and sensa tional trial took place on the 5th of Oct., the painful disclosures made by the Pri soner in his defence, which were credited by the Judge and Jury, remain uncontra dicted to this day. We have not seen any denial-heard any palliation of the cruelties to which, the unhappy criminal has been subjected. The impression made at the trial on the public mind has been strengthened rather than weakened by further disclosures, which, singular to say, have reached us through the medium of the...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SUMMARY OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 23 November 1867

SUMMARY OF THE MAILS. By the English Mail we learn that, Her Majesty continues her sojourn at her Highland Home-that the Emperor and Empress of the French were coquetting with Nereids and fritons at Biarritz, and generally, that, all the lesser European notabilities mere recouping their strength and energies at some of the favorite watering places of world-wide celebrity. Only. one of our great Parliamentary leaders has delivered his usual after session utterances-whatever falls from the lips of such a man as Mr. W. E. Forster, the member for Bradford, is deserving attention. He congratulates his constituents on their attainment of the present extended Elective Franchise--on the rise of a strong Germany-Lord Stanley on his firm and prudent policy,--his colleagnes on the "leap they have taken in the dark" in opposition to their personal con victions and political traditions-and jtstified Parliament for refusing to meddle with the disposal of capital, shrewdly observing "that most of ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 November 1867

SHolloway's Ointment and Pills.--Dangerous chest .complaints.--The enumeration of these -diseases is scarcely necessary as unfortunately most Englishmen know them to their cost. Whooping cough, croup, common colds, influ enza. bronchitis, asthma, pluerisy, inflammation of the.. lungs, and even consumption in its :earlier: stages, are best treated-by rubbing Holloway's Ointment upon the chest, and upon the back betwen the shoulders. It penetrates internally, checks.the cold shiverings, -relieves the overgorged lungs, gradually, removes the oppression from the. chest, and restores the obstructed respiration hitherto so distressirigly disagreeable and highly dangerous. In treat. ing this class of diseases, Holloway's Pills.should always be:taken while using his Ointment, they purify the blood, promote pespiration and alay dangerous irritations. HIDES! HIDES !! IIIHDES!I MESStSS LAMBB &; 0., Tanners, Curriers, &c., &c.,i &e. Y ORK, : . B EG to acquai -t t...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 November 1867

ITanbhker column will be founid tile Repo rt pheft York Agricultural Society re ' atthe :meeting on the 6th *nstant, ?anda?niibler Report has never been pub lished iii the colony. It is full of infor mation of the deepest interest to every settler, and might be read with advanntage by5 every man in the colony. -In some remarks published in this Journal a short time back on agricultural Societies, a suggestion was made recom mending that at the meetings, the settlers should -read papers on any subjects to which they had paid particular attention, whether the cultivation of cereals or grasses, the breeding and managemen~t of sheep, cattle,: or horses, or the prepara tion.:of wool for the market. It is almost impossible to estimate the advantages re sultirrg from such a plan,. they are so ex tensive and so varied. Itaffords an easy and agreeable mode of diffiusing among the rural population intelligence for their Sguidance, and'being based on experience could be depended on, and would ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
REVIEW W. Australian Church of England Magazine for November. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 November 1867

W Australian Chz k of Eglahui'faga' l zin~j~ar~2e~iP fo vemb7 -A.,er 1lre.andgratifyifg imprQvement, ioti??c??able i?ithis useful little peridical, :aad it fmai cirtainly .ov clainiithe siipport ofthose; i?o ?have hitherto madethe excuse for not sub sriling to it, that it contained nothing interest il.- connected with this colony. :.: :i;That there was some truth in the objection cannot ,be denied,.but an effort has evidently been made to remove it, arid it is to be hoped that an increased circulation will be the result. h-.:There are great difriiiltis connected with 4 periodical of this kid; Wihere the revenue derived fidm iit is so small, as to render the Editor pdepeindet upo?n gray t cob ti??intbutions to fill his pagesi and where other: important duities, that cannot be qput.aside, so. press upon the conductor as to. give him no time to make good-the short comings of others. i . Tihe Rev., W. Mivtchell, who him If s~. ees scarcely satisfied with fhit fancifhl interpretation of ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE PIC-NIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 November 1867

THE PIG-NIO. The children's pic-iic was, we areha ipy to isay a g~reat success--a vast deal bof tact an good. management is required .to carry out successfully gatherings .of this kind, and much credit is due to the oom mittee at Fremantle for their excellent arrangements by which confusion and disorder were prevented. At an early hort-soon- aftser da-light -mighit be seen in the streets of this town,. children in holiday dress, with happy faces, hastening to call for, some Scompanion who wads to share the day's pleasure, so kindlygand liberally provided by their generous friends at P~erth. The children had been directed to muster in front of their respective schools at 7 p.m. and as the hour drew .near, groups of smiling girls and laughing boys ihurried on to the rendezvouz. The clergymen of the several denomin ations: were. ready. to receive them: and mar~shll them .in order, assisted by the good humored teachers who had some thing to do-to restrain their volatile litrtle charges ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PUBLIC MEETING AT CHAMPION BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 November 1867

P UBL IC M EE TIN .. : AT CHAMPIIdlT BAY. - PFrom a Correspondent~ :?~::::: At a Public; meeting held 14 November, 1867 at the .Hampton Hotel-.Greenough Flats , pursuant to requisition signed by .several settlers and attended iby about 60 of the prin cipal inhabitants of the Victoria and Greenough district "To ascertain the views of the. publie. respecting the course taken by the Home. Go vernment with regard to tie People's Petition. of 1865 for an Elective Council and the next advisable:steps tobe taken in the matter" ':the following resolutions were proposed after the Chairman, Mr. J. S. Davies, and Mr. L. C. Burges had explained the: business of the Meeting. Proposed bjr Mr. Kenneth Brown and seconded by Mr. L. C. Burges. That this Meeting 'considers that,, the Colo nists have not been fairly dealt with--by no notice having been taken in the Secretary of State's' despatch of their Petition and Mr.. Samson's protest against its rejection by the: Legislative Council, and' the Meet...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
notice to Correspoundence. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 November 1867

8otie tarLo trevrrcspon re. THr communications respecting the early clo sing movement shall appear next week. JusTIrA.--receive;d but too late for this week. HENRY WVHITE, Veritas, Precaution, Chips, Om nium, and a review of the Champion Bay Meet ing are also shut out.

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. A WIFE'S SECRET [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 November 1867

THE STORY-TELLER. '::A WIFE'S SECRET * Yoi asked me once if I had ever had a secret from my husband. i Answering"Yes," I promised some day 'to tell you all about it iI will do so now. When we were first married, and for a Iime afterwards, we were poor; neither. of us were used to poverty. I was the youngest, and had been .the pet, of a large family; I was inexperienced in every way, and somewhat spoiled by in dulgence. Kenelm, my husband, was several years older than. his iittle wife; he was good, grave, and wise; there was .something in his character that made peo; ple afraid of him; when he courted me, my sisters held him in awe; yet strangely enough,. I, coward as I was in most. re spects? felt nothing of this awe till after wards, but treated him with girlish aidacity and tyranny. I knew 'nm y power. I must not allow my ~self to t:ell your of dur happiness during: the s :frst months after our: marraige ; ?hat has nothing to do with .this story; for then I ,had .not the ghost bf ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Public Opinion. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 November 1867

public @pihtion+. ."For thie' statements anid opinions of our Correk,. pondents, we do not hold ourselves reslponsible. ,.To the Editor of. The Hlerald. Somie days since I was walking along. thd beach in front of the Custom House, When my attention wvas attracted towards a small dingy containing two men who were coming from one of the Cargo boats to the shore. The weather was rdugh and the dingy small, and beingunable to stand the sea which was then running, it was consequently swamped, but the men still clupg to the dingy,, and one person seeing their danger 'divested himself of his coat and boots and swam towards them in order to render what assistance. he could, whilst some boatmen ran to and launched the next boat, but having no oars con, venient, substituted a broken plank instead, arid rescued the 'men from their perilous condition M"r. Brown, Coxwairi of the Water Police then came along the beach and -went back again. Now Sir, I am of opinion that in rough wea ther a boat sho...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE CEDARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 November 1867

THE CEDARES. (From the C. E. M. for November.) They. stand secure upon the mouintain side> Where, close behinid, the crest of Lebanon Towers bleak and bald above ' 'thousanid hills. How solitary is thy mountain throne, Dark remnant of tall woods that spread afar, By mount and moraine in the days gone by.. They were tlhe glory of :aroyal race, - Fallen like thy kindred from their majesty And vanished from the place where they hare been. There: are' soft sounds upon the liushel mid-dik, The tender cooing of a hidden dolve, That keeps his watch beside hsisbroogin iie; The crush of crisp leaves to the wild : goa ta tread * The hum of laden bees that heap their stores, Within the hollows of the creviced rock The chime of rivulets that flowr uniseen : The ~oice of wild bird'in' theirntative grove;,' Stirring the air with sudden flights of song. The evcrlasting hills are here : the se. Washes their strong fouindatiens: time and change, Have wrought their will elsewhere and pasied these ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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