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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 November 1867

Extensive Sale of Household Furniture, Plate, &c., at PERTH. MESSRS. LIONEL SAMSON AND SON (GOVERNMENt AtcHZnEEnS,) IlAviE instructions from the Executors .of the late J. H. MoNRan, Ess., to Sell, -byAliction on WEDNESDAY, the 4th December, 1867, at the late residence of tiat gentleman, near the Pensioner Barracks H ANDSOME Drawing Room, Dining Room, and Bedioom- Furniture, comprising-lRosewood, and Mahogany~ Chairs, Tables, Sofas, Sideboard, 2 iland some Chandeliers, Oilcloths,- Pictures, Books, Bedsteads and Bedding, Wash stands, Toilet Services, Dressing - lasses, &~c., &c. Plat and ALSO, Plate and Jewelry. Glasses, and Crockreryw·x, a u:erior Wine, Port, and Sheiry. ALSO, A Neit Carria'e, TPrapi r ness, Saddles, Bridlesi: &c., ALSO, A Brickmaking Machine i . :Circular Saws, and Table, and variouis oflher useful Articles. :OIr 02i view from i a m &on the d of Sale. SAtLETO COMMENCE AT 11 o LOcIr cREcSELT. Fremantle, 20th November, 1867 MESS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 November 1867

Y[T H E clipper barque ' P ITHiR 0 Y, T-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. : !?i-:. SHENTON, Perth.:' Nvember 1st, 1867. ]?RLONDON DIRECT I :HE fast-saling ippr sii E. Elliott, conmmander. Has ,superior •accominodation for passengers; ::Will leave t'he first week in January. .:. frS.eight or passage apply to : '-, ; . G. eC.OARR, S : Or . TFRANCISCO BROS. , :0 To ION?0SIGNEES PER " ,ZEPH .':" A "E-:: rIE notice .that:?all Goods M remaining 'uncl.ed.. at ~iEustomns after the 20thinsta it l beenteredi by us for bond, at Consignee's expoe se,, .. '- -. F: -":. . ..RANCISCO BROS.- .: .:1: .I9th November, 'i87". : ".:::: - FOR ADE"ADE E ,.D.. _. FITHE E BAULY SIJIZITH :-i :-: Davidson, . Commandei. ii W:ill sir the 'abovie po t;', Weater - ermIttY.? , on the 5 De,., niext Apply to,- .: ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 November 1867

DEATH.' WITiERS.-At the Pasonage, Bunbury, on 24th instant, DAVID ALEXANDER, infant .siniof the Rev. Joseph Withers, aged 20 days. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1867" .

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 November 1867

Mb(pphg IEntdiganiee. 27 ARRIVALS. ? o9.v ;:2 .-T~FI nG EOAM., 33~Ctons,.Cobb nmas ~to, from Champnion Bay. Passenger-Mr K. Brown. Cargo-257 bags flour, 73 do. barley, 84 do, bran and pollard, 2 cases eggs. and 1 casd. :[Brings--bid news. the: wreck..:iof the :AVORITE, On the reef at Port Gregory. on her way outin ballast. ] : Same day.-LES TRnOIfs AMIs, 44 tons, J. Green mast~r, fronr CIimpion Bay.-~Pastj nger-Mr. Beachim.. .Cargo-206 bags :*wha.t,; ;1i10T:d6o flour, 20 do. baley, 97 do. bran aid pollard, 22 do. oats and 20 hides. . DEPARTlURES, Nov. 24.CLrAnAci iPcKiLt, Eniglishin ter, for Port Walcot. Passenger--Mrs'Sho11. Cargo-sundries. Nov.27 SIA KNYPr , 173i tons, oCaptain Shaw,fpor Mauritius. Passengers-M Mrs haw, 1es?isr W ,Fisher, W. Wilson,. P: White,.J. Yates,.and J:: Cobllins; Cargo?1756 bags flbur, 13 do potatoes, 15 loads timber, 50,000 shingles, 9 iborsesi;3 bales I?iather, 1 cask lard, 10 kegs butter, and 3 casks tallow SSame da y.-VICToiA, 12 tons; Johnson; mas tar...

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YORK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 30 November 1867

YORK AGRICULTURAL ? ? OCIETY. The -Anmial Show of Stock :and. the M?eeting"igf the?Yorlk Agricultuiral Society, was: held at. York1 t:i Wednesdaaya the 6th instant ? Thi"Shobi of Stock ~v'as the Jest we h h'eflia8oi~ inanJr 'yrns, espect ally the s0ho of she p which, for nnumber and quality, was far :beyond anytbing of the kind-exhibited before in the colony, and would have done credit:to a. showv in the'old Count;ry all the,prizes were well contested for, .the judges: havihg' taken over-.- tiwo honis ..in ..considering their a;ards. :There:vere.7 pens of Imported Rams, allw:ortlhy of notice; thirteen pens ofiColohial -Lams, most of themn very su perior. Mr. John Taylor's imported and Obldnial Me inos attracted much notice, and!. some ewes: shown 'by Mr.- G. M. Meares, a cross from 'the long wool, wer? remarkablefor'.shape, and length of wool, and it was regretted there was-not a prize they could 'compete for; .the6 rage seemed to.bd for.the.long staple which; in most--. if not ,all...

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THE STORY-TELLER. A WIFE'S SECRET (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 December 1867

THE STORY-TELLER. A WIFE'S SECRET (;.: :-:. Concluded from our last.). : '.My husband came home healthily tired. That night he slept soundly, .and: I could not sleep; so I rose--I o:vould not resist the impulse to continue my work; again it was the daylight :that warned me to my bed. Kenelm told me at .breakfast that he must go into town, and should not get home till evening. He had not incurred this fatigue since his illness, and was not 'fit for it. I did not think of this then ; I d :id not offer to go for him, or beg to go : !with him; I thought joyfully of the long 'day before me. He left home at ten, to .return at seven. I told Ann to say that I was engaged i-fany one should call, and I locked my : self into the empty chamber. I uttered a cry of joy as I began my work-I had such delight in it. I left off to pretend to dine, but I had no appetite, and soon recom nmenced. 'Towards the end of. the- afternoon I 'found I could go; on no longer. My temples burned,, and yet I felt as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 December 1867

Holloway's Ointment and Pills.-Disorders of Ithe throat and chest.-Dangerous and compli cated as are the diseases of the air passages during many parts of the year, all their afflict ions may be removed by these renowned reme dies. The Ointment must be well rubbed upon the sides and front part of the neck twice a day, or oftener in diptheria, sore throat, scarlatina, quinsy, and all maladies assailing this highly sensitive part. In measles, whooping-cough, bronchitis, inflammation of the lungs, and asthma, Holloway's Ointment should be rubbed on the chest, and up and down the back with sufficent briskneiss to ensure its penetration. Holloway's Pills may be reduced to powder, and taken at the same time;they purify the blood, materially contribute to arrest diseased action, and restore health. HIDES ! HIDES !! HIDES!II MESSRS LAMBE & CO., Tanners, Curriers, &c., &c., &c., YORK, B EG to. acquaint their numerous friends and the Public in general, that the...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 December 1867

WE-: published last- week- minutes of the great public meetingof the Victoria district. Second in importance to' none of the other, districts of the colony at the present time, it seems destined eventually to ýbecome the, leading one. Its Physi .cal conditions are so favorable, and its soilPso productive of all that contributes to: the development of material prosperity that, the population who are fortunate enough to possess property within its boundaries, are well entitled to express their sentiments upon every subject not only of local but general importance, and when they are in addition, distinguished for persevering and successful industry their opinions must command attention. Fortunately for them, they live beyond the reach of the sub umbrd shadows, so damaging to independent tlought or action upon questions between the Go verned and the Governing.. We published those minutes invextenso, and did so with the greater satisfaction, inasmuch as several of the speakers on the occ...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 December 1867

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, I have carefully read over your article on Im migration. Having had some opportunities of personal observation during a residence in the other Colonies, I was fully impressed of the value of increased population. Combined with proper facilities of transit, such increase uniformly leads to individual and collective prosperity. Agricultural settlements, increasedpopulation and a good system of internal communications form the true basis of Colonial prosperity. In the Southern Colonies the great obstruc tion to material improvements is caused by large landholders possessing tracts of country. In one instance that came immediately 'under my knowledge, one proprietor and his family oc. cupied a block of 100,000 acres of fine land, grew wool on it, employed but few hands, 'and paid but £120 rent for it. In his neighborhood, 30,000 acres of land had been taken up by free selectors, who had paid £8,000 deposit, and £1,125 per annum, interest at 5 per cent.,...

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ELECTION MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 December 1867

ELECTION MEIETINGS. The selectors of Northam met on the 28th ult., to return the name of a gentleman for the approval of His Excellency. The Chair was taken by the Resident. Messrs Phillips and Hamersly were the only gentle man put forward. The former was proposed by E. R. Brockman Esq., and seconded by Mr. John Lockyer, Mr.E. Hamersly was pro*. posed by Mr. Throssel, and seconded by Mr. Meares, (Mr. James Drummond having with drawn.) At the close, the state of the poll was declared to be : Hamersly ............ 16 Phillips ... ... ... ... 15 BUNBURY AND VASSE. On the 28th nult., the selection.for the South ern "Districts, 'took place. The candidates were Mr. D,Edle. J. G. Le Steere, Esq.,.and: Captain Fawcett. Each candidate having briefly addressed the meeting, the Ballotting was proceeded withe. proxies,.and letters were excluded, and the. state of the Poll as declared, was : Steere. ................ 182 SEedle ....... ... .... : ... 97 Fawcett... ...., ...... 29'· At the Vasse s...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 December 1867

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, Henry Brown the Secretary of the Sharks Bay association, who addressed the Editor of the Inquirer on the 23rd October, last while suffering under mental derangement, enclosed the letter to the Editor in the wrong envelope, instead of sending it as he intended to Captain Peter Hedland the chairman of the Mystery, only he didn'-then again Sir, he gave a false account of the Meeting on Board the Mystery, and like the Editor wh9 reported falsely on the M. P. Phillips ; he forgot to state that, before he addressed the Meeting, he played a tune on the "Harp of athousand strings, Sperrets of just men made perfect," and he forgot to report the speech of John Briar from Mount Scratch, who thus addressed the Meeting, 'Mr. Chairman Hed land, I was the first man who lived in the town of Geraldton, and owned the Old Jail that was built of Poles and had no roof. I built a good cottage on the Land of the Jail lot, and was one of those who was blessed with constant...

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Public Opinion. For the statements and opinions of our Correspondents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. EARLY CLOSING MOVEMENT. To the Merchants and Storekeepers of Fremantle, W. A. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 December 1867

3Stiblic @~pitt1oU For the statements and opinions of our Corres pondents, -We do not hold ourselves responsible. EARLY CLOSING MOVEMENT, To the Merchants and Storekeepers of. Fremantle, W. A. GENTLEMEN, We the undersigned employd's in your ser.' vice, beg leave to draw your attention to the late hour at which Stores in this Town are closed. We respectfully submit that, the actual re quirements of business here, do not necesitate the keeping open after 6 o'clock, p.m., and we the more readily suggest this, from a conviction that a dispositi6n to close at an earlier hour than that at present adopted, already exists amongst you, provided it can be agreed too gene rally. Addressing as we do, the principal members of a Commercial Community,it would be super fluous--not to say presumptuous-to comment , upon the fact, that you would get the same amount of work done in the shortened day as you obtain under present cireumstances,-the, . system of early closing having been proved to be so co...

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AN EXTRACT FROM A MSS. POEM. "Poema quod composueram, incidi," Cicero. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 December 1867

,AN EXTRACT FROM A MSS. POEM. " .Poema quod composueram, incidi," Cicero And these abominations, do prevent : A free and constitutional, Government I STo get thli, let your minds be always bent, 'Tis the " palladium," of your content! Arid yet beware I there's danger in the will I :. Untemper'd by experience, and skill ! Without these qualities, I hardly see,. That matters, will be much improved; and we Have but a scanty population I And few, if any-fit for legislation.! Some middle course, will be perhaps more safe At present-prevent the wrangling that dis poses Gentlemen, to "pull" each others' "noses," Which may be call'd a democratic waif, A something very low, that none will claim I And is a blot, upon their rising fame I " We are no politicians,, but advise The votes of "Offis "and "Nons" to. equalise, And when it happens, that there is a tie, The casting vote, be given to. the Colony 1 !As in MUCH GREATER COUNCILS, the weaker' party, ... Is favor'd, sometimes by the oligarchy...

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To The Editor of The Herald [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 December 1867

To The Editor of The Herald SIR,- As an employ6 of one of the principal MVierchants in Fremantle allow nie to thank you fdr your notice of an address from those employed in stores, to their employers,soliciting the adoption of an earlier hour for closing ; and at the same time to request you to insert the following. The address referred to, couched in-I think the most respectful terms, has with one excep tion, met with a generous consideration on the part of the employers, in fact, even amongst the smaller dealers, and I do not wish to make the comparision invidious-it has been received with a really business-like spirit, a spirit which proves that if the business people of this Coleny-Fremantlej at any rate--are addressed with becoming courtesy, they are in nowise behind their more fortunate brethren in the Mother Country in granting any reasonable request ; still to this rule there has been one exception, and whilst this exception exists? employes quite agree that it would be unfa...

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CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. AT THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 December 1867

CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD . - C OUTTER. - 'AT THE BALL. '-i I told you I was goin' to the Ball--Mr. Hampton, with thatpoliteness and conde s'encion for which he is so beloved, havin' invited me some time ago, for the pur pose of showin' me along with some other curiosites'to Mr. Alfred Victoria, alias the Duke of Edinburgh, who was expected here to inspect the Chain Gang, give the Governor what's vulgarly called a handle to his name, and shake hands with alot of gals who'd be proud of it for the remainder of their lives. One of 'em said to me just *about the time he was thought to be com ing into Fremantle. "If that dear little feller Alf (rather desrespecful thinks I) shakes ]hands with me I'll keep a glove on as long as I live, and only take it offto kiss it on the annerversary of his comin', I will I declare the love of a dear-' and she pulls out a picture of him and gives it a smack of a kiss as I thought some one clapped their hands-it was that loud You aint a bit romantic thinks ...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 December 1867

To the Editor of The Herald. ,SIR, - .,Your niotided in your-issue of Saturday last, tbia a movement was set onf foot for the purpose :of inducing the leading merchants and store keepiers of Fremantle to shorten the hours of business by closing their respective establish. menrts at six o'clock in the evening (Saturdays excepted). A memorial has been signed by the assistants of the different houses of business, and presented to their employers for signature, but it is much to be regretted that a movement so reasonable andtjust has met with ill success by the .refusal of one of the storekeepers to grant the request of the Petitioners. :The present late hour system adopted in Fremiantle by the Merchants and Storekeepers is u?inecessary in the extreme, being fraught with so much inconvenience and danger to the health of those employed that, they have long Sfelt a desire to relieve themselves of the griev, ance. To effect this object they have in the most respectful terms, drawn the atte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 December 1867

* Bale of Timber. MESSRS. LIONEL SAMSON & SON (GOVERNMENT AUCTIONEERS) WILL.Sell-by Auction, upon Mrs. Lewis's grant-?oiff Street, Fremantle on lMON-; DAY,.the 16th Instant. A BOUT 20,000ft. of Mahogany Timber of the following demensions, viz - 7ft.~ in. 7 :i . -.. ..... 1: 2 - ,.. . S .. . 2 353 ThiT Tiimber till be Lotted .:to suit eimnJ4 purchasers.: : 'TERMS. CASH Sale to commence at 11 o clok.. Fremantle, December 8 :186?:1 Important Sale by Auction at York. 1MR. THOMAS BAILEY ils " received instructions from Mn. JOSEPH KENWORTHY, (who is about to leave the district,) to offer for sale by Puiblic Au.tion, at. his residencein York, on-Friday, 27th December, 1867, and 'follovwing day a&t 11 a.m., the follow ing articles :-- S OFAS, Chairs,; Tables, ChestDrawers, .'Vardriobe,: Pictures, Barometer, Laut4, . ?ndlest;icks, Chimney Orna ments,i Oidck, Washing Stands, complete s ebff' Chini; Crockery and Glassware, Lboking Glasses, Bedsteads, night com mode, a large ass...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 December 1867

F T HE clipper barque .J FITElR 0 Y, A 1. 14 years, 573 tons register, James Maillard, commmander, will leave for S the above port about the first week in January. The vessel has superior ac commodation for passengers. For freight or passage apply to,. SC. A. MANNING, Fremantle... i:Or G., SHENTON, Perth. . .'November 1st, 1867. .?FOR LONDON DIRECT.I fi:: .-f HE fast-sailing clipper ship. ZEPHKYR,' E. Elliott, commander. Has superior accommodation for passengers. Will leave the first week in January. For freight or passage apply to J. G.C. CARR, Or FRANOCISCO BROS..: • .· S TO CONSIGNEES PER "ZEPHYR." ?TAKE notice that all Goods .th JL remaining -uncleared iat . theCustoms after the 20th instant, will .be entered by us for bond, atConsignee's " expense. FRANCISCO BROS. f 19th November, 1867. -- MESSRS. LIONEL SAMSON & SON ' Government Auctioneers,) HAVE Treceived instructions to Sell, at the residence of Mls. TnoxAis BROWN, Guilford, in December next-- S IA QUANTITY of hands...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 December 1867

iJlppint *ntrfieactr. ARRIVALS Nov 29-MAUDE, 25 tons, T. O'Grady, mas ter, from Champion Bay. Cargo-200 sacks flour, 100 do. bran. Same day.-ARABIAN, 25 tons. J. O'Grady, master, from Bunbury. Cargo-22 sacks pota toes. Dec. 2.-WILD WAVE, 28 tons, G. Cross, master, from Vasse and Bunbury. Passengers -Mvrs, Steere and family, M1r. and Mrs. Boball and family, and C. Stallard. .Cargo-54 casks butter, 237-bags ..potatoes, 10 sacks wheat, 25 trusses hay, timber, and sundries. Dec. 5.-WATER LILLY, 28 tons, Lewis, master, from Vasse. Cargo-11 bales wool, 62 bags potatoes, 18: loads timber, 2 kegs butter DEPARTURES. Nov. 29.-FLYING FOAM, 39 tons, J. Cobb, master, for Champion Bay. Cargo-20 cases gin and 6 cases merchandize (under bond); 50 bundles ironihoops, 18 coils rope, 3 ploughs, 106 kegs nails, 3 bales sacks, 50 bags sugar 10 boxes-candles, 12 sacks potatoes, 27,000 shin gles, and a quantity of timber and sundries. Dec. 5.-ARABIAN, 25 tons, O'Grady, master, for Bunbury and Vasse. Passe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 December 1867

DIED. WEETMAN.-Drowned at the Lower Black wood Bridge on 26th October last, MR. CHRISTOPHER WEETMAN, deeply lamented by all.

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