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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 December 1867

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, I have carefully perused the several letters that have appeared in the columns of your con, temporary-the Inquirer, especially those rela ting to the selections now closed. In one signed 'W. R.' I fancy I recognize the practised pen .of an old friend and contributor. .. I am not surprized to find him praising the Editor for, " his moderate and sensible views of things under the present condition of the Co 16oy," considering that the Shareholders in a certain Establishment, in whose prosperity he has an interest, receive 20 per. cent on their shares, nor .copld I do otherwise than smile at his suggestion" that, it should be the aim of all to. introduce.into the Council, men, who will ad ifiniister the laws with firm and impartial judge ment and discretion-in other words keep things as they are, and preserve the existence of mono polies political and commercial. The business of legislators is to :fraimelaws-the duty of the Executive is to administer t...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 December 1867

Holloway's. Ointmiient and Pills.-Adapted" t all.-These noble) remedies are placed within the reach of all, and only require to be used ac cording to their accompanying directions. They will cure colds, catarrh, influenza, bronchitis, fever, and a host of other coniplaints usually prevailing during our whiter, and with. which, unfortunately, we are- far. too familiar. H.ol loway's medicaments have, a double advantage -they not only moderate violent symptoms by their corrective powers, .but they fortify the system, and prevent.the.recurrence of relapses, which are more dangerous than the original disease. When Holloway's remedies have suc ceeded in arresting any disease," they leave the body unreduced and unweakenied, and in the most favourable; condition for speedily regain ing health and strength. DR. J. COLLIS J3'ROWNE'S CHLORODYNE. Vice-Chancellor Sir W. -Page Wood stated publicly in Court, that Dr. .J. COLLIs BROWNE was undoubtedly the Inventor of CHLORO DYNEI; that the whole st...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TENDERS ACCEPTED. HENRY CAPOPN. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 December 1867

TELNDERS ACCEPTED. HEN' H CAPOPN. 'To build a new beacon at Freshwater 'Bay 'for £8. - BENJAMUI' IASON. - Sundry repairs at Police Station, Canning for E5;. E. MARTIN. To remove fallen timber from and keep-all Bridges and Culverts on the roadfrom Guild 'ford to Newcastle clear from Bush fires during 1868 for £30. GEORGE THROSSELL. .: Similar service, on the road from Northam to .Coates' during the year '1868 for £10.

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 December 1867

* To the Editor- f The. Herald.. 'SIR, Will you intimate to that thick headed man -that prints for the Inquirer that he need not tput any more in his paper about Mr. Barker or Mr. James Drummond or Mr. (B) Brown or Mr. (G) Gray or Mr. (W) White or Mr. (B) Black. appearing in their true colours as canditates for the degraded honor of being selected for the Governors approval, because all the Sheep in the Champion Bay district are already dipped and found free from Scab; and therefore the settlers are determined not to select any odder ~aan than the headitor of the Ilnquirerfor ap _. royal out of the whole colony,. ' l o:u. : EVER GREEN. " , • ' . + . . .. . . . .

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 December 1867

QUERIES.-Is a poplar man an .unbrageous. individual, and can you accost him with his leaf ? Are racing men subject to horse-ification'? Is' love likea bun that is sometimes crossed ? When a man drops a-sleep does.he injure it, and can he pick it up again ?, When a man loses his temper does he ever offer a reward ? When a smile plays about your mouth, what is its Iittle game ?. Is it a policeman's duty to " take up' a bill ? What is the "number" of the thread 'of an argument ? Is the needlework. 'of scolds: across patchwork? Cox. BY AN OLD BACHELOR,-- hat is :the" difference between. a handsome woman of thirty and a pretty girl out of breath through dancing' 'too soon after supper ?-The one is a fully-blown beauty; the otheris a full beauty blown. (The wretch! maybe soon get married, and--well,. that's punishment enough.) A RESPECTABLE olId Irish lady was walking along a country road one day as. quietly as an old lady could walk, when suddenly. her indigi nation was aroused, on behol...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SAVINGS' BANK DEPARTMENT. General Post Office, Perth, 10th December, 1867 [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 December 1867

" SAVINGS' BANK DEPARTMENT. Geineral Post Office, . SPerth, 10th December, 1867 Depositors in the Post Office Savings' Bank -are requested to forward their Books to the Cifice. f the Postmaster General, by the end of the year, in order that the entries in the said Books may. be compared with the entries in the Books of the Postmaster General. and that the Interest due to the Depositors may be inserted in their Books. -- ---... m

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SUMMARY OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 December 1867

OF THE MAILS. We resume our usual monthly duties in giving as briefly as the nature of the news will admit, a rdsum~'ef European domestic and colonial Politics. Parlia ment will, it is stated, be summoned for the 19th November, " for the despatch of business." The reason for this unusual course is not the necessity for obtaining a vote in supply for the Abyssinian Expedi tion,. but one authorizing an increase in the number of men borne on the British establishment. The moment the expedi tion leaves India, its members come on the British strength, an increase forbidden by the Act, and by a constitutional prece dent --whichthe Ministry, although sure of a subsequent Act of Indemnity, have decided not to violate. - The session will only last a few days, and at ;that .time of the year very few members,; are out of. England. The accounts from the Abyssiniah ex pedition report. that, :the w.hole of the force, had landed at Musssovah after a most favorable voyage in excellent con dition, a...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE STORY-TELLER. MR. CEDAS GOER. (Concluded from our last.) CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 December 1867

THE STORY-TELLER. ~ :,: :, ."MRE. CEDAS GOER. :':.i"(;'C::.: ' I ; Concluded from our last. ' HAPTER iv. ' "'What a dreadful week we've had, MF. "'.:.:i OI.,rer,, we've been moped to death at home. :.: I .. -il'e been longing so to know how you pass your time?'' : ' . -.. "i ve not been very well," replied Seedy. :.. O^ h, dear, dear, and to think that we didn't S knowit. Angelica, my dear, only fancy Mr. Goer has been ill a'whole week, and never sent : to.tell usof it; we were wondering why you didn't call, weren't we, Angelica ?" . . ' What was the matter. I hope not fever ?" kindly inquired Angelica. ' " Oh, no, a little cold only," said. Seedy. " I'm much better now." .. ;" Oh, Mr. Goer !" said the female fhead of : ithe house of Chumps, "why didn't you ;send ,for some rosemary tea, you know.. I always Skeep it-there's nothing like it for a cold. Is there, Mrs. Bowers ?" . "I think peppermint is better, ma!am; it's . more consoling." " Vinegar and sugar hot is .the. best. thing,...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Public Opinion. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 December 1867

".For the statements and opinions of our Corres ,pidents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. To the Editor of TheHerald . SIR, You are at liberty' to publish , he t eficlbsed letter- addressed to me by the Honi.: the;Colonial Secretary.. - S.:P. PHILLIPS;

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TICKINGS FROM THE CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 December 1867

TICKINGS FROM THE CLOCK. We understand that Governor Hampton has it in contemplation to fill up the vacancy caused by the non appoiritment of a selected member by the Northern Settlers. Monstrous to say he has fixed on Mr. J. Hardey as the substitute --the rejected of his own district--the most un popular settler in the colony-the contriver of the dirty trick by which the people have been defrauded of their just rights. It was suggested by two gentlemen who were graciously received on their selection that His Excellency should give the Northern Set tlers another opportunity of selecting a Gen tleman.for his approval, or that declining to do so, there were Gentleman there favorable to his. views who would accept the honor, to all which he returned a deaf ear. It has subse quently Leaked out that, His Excellency will not'recommend the selected for Fremantle, and would if he could, put in his place a Gentle man from Perth. We do say that the Governor, now on the eve of his departure, s...

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 December 1867

Josn BILLING's Ess. 'oN SWINE.--Hogs gene rally quadriped. The extreme length ov their antiquity haz never been fully discovered; they existed a long time before the flood :and hey existed a long time since. Thare iz a great deal ov internal revenew in a hog; there ain't much more waste in them than there is in an oyster. Even thare tails can be worked. up into whissels. Hogs are good, quiet boarders ;. they always eat what is set before them, .and don't ask any foolish questions. They never hev any diseaze but the meazles, and they never hev that but once; once seems to satisfy them. Some are full in the face, like a town clock,. and some are as long and lean as a cow.catcher, with a steel pinted noze on them. They are a short-lived animal, and generally die as soon as they git fatt. The hogg can be larnt a great many cunning things, such as histing the front gates off from the hinges, tipping over the swill- barrels, and finding a hole in the fence tew get into a corn field; but t...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Colonial Secretary's office Perth, 16th December, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 December 1867

WESTERN .AUSTRALIA.;' Colni- l ? retary's Iofice - ii Perth 16th.December, 1867.. : iam directed :by His: Excellency the Go v?ernor, toiinform you that, he has received a .Despat qh ,;from Her Majesty's Secretary of State .for the .colonies, acknowledging your Protest as- to the number of Chaplains of t e Church of England in this colony, for which rovision has been made in the Colonial Esti .matesfor;1868. : ' I have the honor to be S.i a ,_ Your obedient servant: ., :: F.P. BARLEE, The"iH oi able S. P. Phillips Esq., M. L. C

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 December 1867

FOR CALCUTTA DIRECT. rT H E fine A;1 barque ALBERT VICTOR, (hourly expected from Melbourne,) has splendid lofty 'tween decks for Horses, and superior accommodation;ifor', passen .ers. Persons desirous of engaging should make. applications at once, as the Sesssl will only ptay a few days in this port. BICKLEY & Co., Agents. - einat?. e, -December 19, 1867." t jimjportant Sale by Auction S At Geraldton,. Champion Bay, on Wednesday, January 22, 1868. MESSRS. SCOTT AND GALE HAIVE rceived instructions from MEssRs. 0G. SHENTON & Co. to sell by Public Auction, at their Stores, Geraldton,, Without any Reserve whatever-? Tf?HFE Balance of their extensive Stock ..L in-Trade, of which full particulars will be given in Hand Bills throughout the District. tSale to commence at 11 o'clock, punctually S TERMs AT TIME OF SALE. G-eraldton, Cihampion Bay, ) SDecember 7, 1867. . J i' Important Sale by Auction at York. 1VI.. THOMAS BAILEY His --received instructions from MR. :- JsE?? KEN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 December 1867

T H E clipper barq'ue .: FITZ RO Y, A A1..14 years; 573 tons register, Jamdes Maillard, : commmander, will leave for the ?above. port about the first week in .January.. The vessel has superior ac -commodation for passengers. S:,For freight. or- passage apply to, C. A. MANNING; Fremantle. S-.:G. :SHENTON, Perth. November 1st, 1867. -FOR LONDON DIRECT. - HE fast-sailing clipper ship ZEPHYR, : - ott,, commander. Has 'superior accommodation for passengers. Will : leave the first week in January. :::- r freight or passage apply to -:, . Or .FRANCISCO BROS.:.. S For hburton, Tien Tsin, and DeGrey. THE cutter 0 18 tons i'egister, will sale f"r the. above' po i'tson or obout the 20th of. the present, month h .-r freight, apply to . J. T. REILLY. e':rth, 10th Dec., 1867. NOTICE. Monthly Sales by Auction at "Geraidton, Champion Bai. . 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, ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 December 1867

THAT our present form of Government is defective, inoperative, and odious to the Colonists is admitted on all sides. That it should not continue in that form is the opinion of the great inajority of the tax payers. That all forms of Government have their defects and inconveniences is unde niable. That a due supervision over the expen diture of the public revenue, in such a mainer as shall obtain for the tax payers the greatest amount of security for life and property, is but-a reasonable conces sion by those, to whom the disposition of 'that 'expenditure is entrusted. Having laid down and assumed as graniited these few preliminary postulates, we shall, in obedience to the expressed wishes of many of our. subscribers, pro ceed to describe the forms of Government 'most analogous to our own-their rise progress and present condition-placing before our readers, in what respects they are defective, in order that in framing a constitution for ourselves, we may avoid the mistakes arising fr...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 December 1867

M)Jippirng ftteltlgtrne+ ARRIVALS. Decemnbert 14.-BRIDGETOWN, 358 tons, Harris, master, -from Bunbury. Passengers--Mrs; Morgan, Mrs. Everett, Miss Smith, Mrs. 'Gil man four children and servant; and three bthers. Cargo-125 tons lead- ore, 272 bales wool, 1 ton potatoes, 4 pieces machinery and sundries. Dec. 19.-VICTORIA, 12 tons, Johnson, master, from Irwin River Cargo-50 sacks flour, 7 do., bran, 57 sacks wheat. Same .day.--FLYING FOAM, 33 tons, Cobb mas ter from Champion Bay. 'Cargo-30 tons lead ore from Port Gregory, 2 bales wool, 38 bags barley, .37 do. oats, 4 cases sundries; 15 hides. Same day.-SEA BIRD, 40 tons, M. O'Grady, masters from Champion Bay and Irwin River. Passengers-Mr. Jose, arid sonfs, Mrs. Sainsbury, John Goran, J. Clarke, J. McGuinness, Thos. Coin and family. Cargo from Champion Bay, 120 bags liarley, 50 do., bran, 6 do. oats; Irvin 255 do. flour. DEPARTURES. December 13.--MIDAS, 229 tons, ,Newman, master, for Adelaide. Passengers in cabin Mrs.. Newman arid two...

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CLEARANCES AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE, FREMANTLE, DURING THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER, 1867 [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 December 1867

SLEA.R ANCESAT T HE CUSTOM: KOUSE, FREM &NTLE, DURING THE MONTH. OF NOVEMBER, 1867 £' s. .d= Spirits, 1,828 gallons .., .... 1,906. 16 0' Wine, 846.gallons ....... .... . ?84 12 0 Tobacco, manufactured, 5,342 lbs;. 467. 8: 6 Ditto, for sheepwash, 7,914 lbs.. -98: 18 6 Beer, Perry, and Cider, 38,640 galls. 644 0 0 Coffee,7 cwt. . .... .... .. . 1 8 .8 Tea, 4,369 lbs. ..... .. . 36. 8 2 Sugar, moist, 253E, cwt.' ...... 38. 0. 6 Ad valorem.goods, value £18, 973, at 7 per cent .... , .... .. ...13288 2:. 4 Free goods, value £957: - Sand . wood, exports, 305 tons ...:=- 43:15. 0 Total amount of duty . .3,839. 9"' O- 0 I Sandalwood cut on pnvate lndx'is':ýr ti from export duty. .

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AN EXTRACT FROM A MSS. POEM. "Poema quod composueram, incidi," Cicero. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 December 1867

AN EXTRACT 01tOM A [SS. U.EiVM. " Poema quod composueram, incidi," Cicero.x And these abominations, do prevent SA free and constitutional, Government ' To.get this, let your minds be always bent, 'Tis the " palladium," of your content ! And yet'beware I!there's danger in the' will !' '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.! 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 dnne will claim ! And is a blot, upon their rising. fame I We are no politicians, but advise. The votes of " Offis" and "Nons' to equalise, Aqnd when it happens, that ther_ "is a tie?: The casting vote, be given to thc Colony !::-. As in MUCH GREATER .COUNCILS, the -wea . . party, Is favor'd, sometimes by the...

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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 — 28 December 1867

itblict pitmon+ For the statements and opinions of our' Corres pondents, we do not hold ourselves -responsible To the Editor of The Hlerald. SItR, A letter appears in the columns of the In quirer of the 4th instant, signed " A Resident of Champion Bay." The writer makes it his bu siness to criticise the objects of the Meeting held at the Greenough Flats which is evidently so extremely unpalateable io him that he trembles lest his official career should shortly be termi nated. Mr. " Resident" attacks the business of the Meeting, and intimaates that because one part of its business was answered 250 miles away by a Blue Book in the hands of Mr Luke Leake, that therefore the first resolution was " sheer non sense. " Tae answer to this sheer nonsensical " Resident" is this that when the Meeting was first called, no publicity in the District had been given to Mr. Luke Leake's Blue Book or any of its belongings and therefore all the sheer non sense is found in the brain of this Resident an...

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CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. AT THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 28 December 1867

.CHIPS .BY A SANDAL WOOD :' CU . " TER. AT THE 1BALL. I told you I was goin' to the Ball-Mr. Hampton, with that politeiiessg aid conde s'enicion for which he is so beloved, havin' invitedi 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 Chains Gang, give the Governor what's vulgarly called a handle *to his namne, 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 jtst. 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 comnin', 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...

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