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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 January 1868

IHollowa3y's Ointment and Pills.-Dropsy, Watery enlargements. No matter whether the undue deposit of water be in the body or its members the case is the same, and the means of cure identical. Prevent over-secretion, and stimulatetorpid absorption. This is the only rational and reliable method of successfully treating this terrible complaint. Holloway's Ointment, well rubbed over the seat of the watery enlargement exercises this double cura tive effect with ease, safely and certainty, without weakening, or otherwise injuring the oppressed capillary system, but rather by rous ing the absorbing power. Hence the disease soon diminishes, and health is steadily restored. Holloway's Pills should likewise be taken to rid both solids and fluids of depraved and poisonous products. D R. J. COLLIS BROWNE' S CHLORODYNE. Vice-Chancellor Sir W. Page Wood stated publicly in Court, that Dr. J. CoIus BROwNE was undoubtedly the Inventor of CHLORO DYNE; that the whole story of the defendant Freeman was...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FIRE DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 January 1868

FIRE DEPARTMiENT. SThis company issues policies onproperty and goods, subject to the redUiced rates of premium. The fire income in 1861 was £360,130. Class 1.-Detached buildings of brick or stone, with slate or shingle roof and native wood timbers and floors, 12s. 6d. peir cent. per annum. Class 2-.Same class building used as dwellings and for merchandise and stores in trade, 22s. 6d. per cent. per annum. Other risks according to arrangement. -ti-h61ase--1Pri vatirrdtwe~lln ge-one tor-rwror stories high, detatched buildings, or brick or stone walls, slated roof, mahogany or deal timber and floors 12s. 6d per cent per annum. Contents of any kind, same rate as building. Oth er risks according to arrangements LOCAL COMMITTEE IN PERTH: Bayly Maycock, Esq., A. H. Stone, Esq. LIFE DEPARTMENT. Life Policies are issued with all the advantages of a mutual company, com bined with the stability to be derived from an influential proprietary, a subscribed capital of nearly Two Millions, and accu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PEARL FISHERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 January 1868

THE PEAEL FISHERY. , *. WE have been favored with some interesting-. ' pa-tiiculars "connected withli the jPearl She fisheries on th:f North-West coast. ". . ':'i We now pl~'cethemi before ouir readers s~tis- -: :fied'that; however -imp'efect the sketclh?;?i be. *it will, pending further inforniiation' prdve ac ceptable ;to .:the .public,, who are natura.lly .deeply. interested in.the success of an Industry ;wihich may yet .form one, if;not the principal on e of our Colonial Industries. ; ; ' Some .years ago the .DolplTii brohuglht.do,wn riom Tien Tsiti, a few shells; which at the .time ,tbtracted liatle 6r no attenhtion-forwarded to :Birmingham, celebrated foit its manifaieture of ; ?Pearl Shells' into. Ornamental articles'fdri the toilette. table, anid of pearl handles ford; desert knives and .forks 'such:of them as 'presented' an. . e,ven surface brought a large,. price, whilst the inferior shells, (and most of them were defe.- ttile); coihmanded, a remuneratide- price: for . stu...

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THE NATIVE MISSION OF NEW NORCIA, VICTORIA PLAINS. (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 January 1868

SROJA VIOfRLA: PLAINS. (Co zmunicated.) *'*6.u : S.Thejnative mmission of-New 'Norci Victoria Plains;: o.wes its foundation, chiefly, and its pre- ;sent hopeful statie,:entirely,. tothe zeal,< practi ,cal talent and unflinching ;perseverance of Dr.! Salvado, wtio is now .in Spain,: exerting himself to establish there an insti?ution- destined to 'keep up for the future a supply offiiissioiary . laborers. ; The funds by which land and flocks and: cattle and agriicultural implements 'were purchased,at the outset 'of the missioni, were ini igreat part collected by him. among his coujitry - -uman.:-. He.likewise enrolled. the greater part of the men, who have volunteered to. bid an eter nal farewell to their country and devote their, life to the cause,of the Australian Aborigines,; , It was" not, however, until the year 1857', that'h'e vas"allowed to have the managemient and cointrol df that establishment, which dates from that period-its gradual prosperity, int spite of not a...

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NICOL BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 January 1868

NICOL BAY. The Clarence Packet which arrived here on the 23rdI?Instant, brings intelligence from the settlement to the 21st of Decem ber last, the date of her departure. In the absence of the Resident's Disp atches, we have collected from several settlers, passengers by the Clarence Packlet-the following particulars. There had been a continuance of dry weather up to the morning of their departure, when the river came down strongly, owing to the rains in the interior, but there had been nothing beyond a slight shower in the town. The health of the settlement is satisfactory. The settlers complain loudly of the neglect of the Government in making a road from the Port to the Town, and the extravagant outlay upon the Government buildings which are said will cost from £3,000 to £4,000. Goods are obliged to be landed at a place com pletely under water at spring tides, and much inconvenience and destruction of property takes place in consequence. A piece of road, about 300 or 400 yards bet...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE STORY-TELLER. ONLY ONE FAULT: [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 January 1868

THE STORY-TELLER. ONLY ONE FAULT: " I CAiN'T !" " But, my dear Flora, you can if you try." "I don't want to !" SCharles Temple did not make an im mediate reply to this. It was his wife's only fault, and he could not be harsh. He had been married two years, and he had found in Flora a true and faithful .companion, a fond and affectionate wife, and a source of much pure joy and bless edness. In her daily life she was mild and gentle, performing her various household duties with quiet and orderly despatch, and presiding with serene dignity in the presence of company. And yet she had this one fault, Her husband sought to lead her into a field of higher intellect, that she might bear him company in some of his richer feasts of reason; but she did not readily follow him. " Flora, to please me, will you not read this essay ? You will find it very beauti ful and very valuable." "I can't !" was her reply, half pou tingly, and half laughingly. "But, my sweet wife-- " "There-now don't You know...

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SUPREME COURT. JANUARY 22ND, 1868. Before His Honor The Chief Justice (in Chambers.) Reg. v. John Vance. Reg.v. Edward Thomson. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 January 1868

SSUPREME COURT. JANUARY 22ND, 1868. Before His Honor The Chief Justice (in Chambers.) [From the Perth Gazette - W. A. Times.] Reg. v. John Vance. Reg. v. Edward Thompson. The two prisoners John Vance and E. Thomp son were broughtup ona writ of Habeas Corpus directed to the Sheriff, the writ having been ap plied for on the grounds of the illegality of their commitment. It appeared from the Sheriff's Return to the writ that they were respectively committed for thiee months' imprisonment wit!L hard labor, by two warrants under the hand and seal of Charles Symmons, Esq., the Police Magistrate, at Fre mantle. John Vance, for "approaching Direc " tion Island, an Island adjacent to Rottnest, " that is to say within half a mile thereof, con " trary to Clause 7 of the Proclamation in the " Government Gazette of October 20, 1855 ;" and Edward Thompson," for landing on an " Island adjacent to Rottnest "contrary to same clause. Mr. Loftie (who appeared for the pris oners) having read the Sherif...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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MARSUPIAL FISH, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 January 1868

MARSUPIAL FISH, NEW ZEALAND. A very curious specimen of animated nature. has been brought over from New Zealand, and is now on exhibition at 85 Bourke-street east. The animal is one of a most paridoxical struc ture, and its characteristics are not inaptly indicated by the name given to it by .its d:s coverer, who called it the" sea kangaroo." It seems that in July last a fishermannamed Han sen was on the beach between Donohoe's a nd Makanui, West Coast, New Zealand, when he saw a queer-looking object, a cross apparently between a sunfish and a wallaby, ,standing on the shore. Regarding the stranger as a curiosity which would make a man's fortune to exiibit in England (where"any monster makes a man"), he made an attack on it with the oar of his boat. He knocked the creature over, and then tookhold of it by the tail-for it had a tail, something like that of a kangaroo, only not so big-when the uumannered brute turned round sharply and caught him by the leg with as nice a set of shark'...

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Public Opinion. For the statement and opinions of our Correspondents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. THE "ORGAN'S" LITTLE PECCADILLO. To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 January 1868

SFor the statement and opinions of our Corres poidents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. THE"' RGAN'S " LITTLE PECCADILLO. STo the Editor of The Herald. SIR,-i Johnnie inver fibs-oh no 1-never cribs never-! .He' only makes a rather free use of scissors and paste and other men's ideas with out remembering to acknowledge his sources of information. I was going to say " thats' all-" but its not all, he does it so clumsily that the sense is often marred altogether in his anxiety to palm the matter off as his own. Let any one read the would be Editorial anent the Corn mar kets-there's been scissors and paste but no brains at work there. Poor Johnnie what a shame to show him up ! and oh dear the alliance between the Gazette and the Newgate Calendar i how cutting, and so serio-comical ! N.P. Poor, poor Johnnie ! what a consolation it must be to him that he has" every reason to believe from " the last despatch of the Secretary of State, that " his friend Governor Hampton will remain fo...

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THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. Subscribed Capital, £1,887,020. PAID-UP CAPITAL AN ACCUMULATED FUNDS, £1,311,905, Of which £270,000 are invested in Victoria and New South Wales. Perth Agency, Western Australia. No reference to England required. LOSSES PAID IN MELBOURNE. Directors in Victoria [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 January 1868

THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANOE COTLPANY., Subscribed Capital, £1,887,020. PAID-UP Ch?rIT_., AND AcOUMuLkTED FvaDs, £1,311,905, Of whEich ,£270,000 are invested in Victoria and New South WaTles. Perth Agency, Western Australia. No reference to England required. LOSSES PAID IN MELBOURNE. D1)irectors in Victofia Chairman-The Hlon. James Henty, M. L. C. The Hon. Sir J. F. Palmer, President of the Legislative Council; The Hon. James M'Oulloch, M. P. The Hon, Sir Francis Murphy, Speaker of the Legis lative Assembly; The Hon. Robert Turn bull, M. L. O. Swinton Boult, Esq., Secretary to the Company. W. Murray Ross, Esq. J. P. Secretary, Melbourne. FIRE. ANNUITIES.-LIFE. Fire Premium £580,000. Life do. £200,000. Invested Funds £3,050,000. Funds invested in Australia £300,000.

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To the Editor of The Herald. PESEFUL WILLA, WOODMAN'S PINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 January 1868

To the Editor of The Herald. PESEFUL WILLA, WoomAN's PINT. SIR, Has i informed you in my larst the herrival of the fenians wos the signel for my departcher from this lukles place, but has. ithas offen ap peard before, the flite of jenus was hinterupted by the sudding happeerense of a horrid dun with is dedly Bill for sundriz as per akount renderd it was in wane that I told im Inever ete no sun driz, neither baked, boild, nor konsequentlyi wouldn't pay-sir it was horl of no avale. Iad to pledge my onner as a gentleman as i would not run away till the pint was kleerd hup. and has their is severel other pints of a similar natur in my history as wonts kleerin up, at divers plases, my fate is unwolved in a gloreous huncer tantee, i theirfor submitted to my destiny, se kretly makin miself up to a fereful ite of poetik frensie, and wich made mi nese nok together with hindiglashun. Sir, i rite with a proud kon shusnes of not being properly happreciated and with the hexpectation of bein' lar...

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SCRAPS. WHEN I MEAN TO MARRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 January 1868

SCRAPS. WHEN I MEAN TO MARRY. When do I mean to marry ?-Well- 'Tis idle to dispute with fate ; But if you choose to hear me tell, Pray listen while I fix the date. When daughters baste, with eager feet, A mother's daily toil to share: Can make the puddings which they eat, And mend the stockings which they wear; When maidens look upon a man As in himself what they would marry, And not as army-soldiers scan A sutler or a commissary : When gentle ladies who have got The offer of a lover's hand, Consent to share his " earthly lot," And do not mean his lot of land ; When young mechanics are allowed To find and wed the faroner's girls, Who don't expect to be endowed With rubies, diamonds, and pearls ; : When wives, in short, shall freely give Their hearts and hands to aid'their spouses, And live as they were wont to live, Within their sire's one-story houses; Then, Mladam--if I'm not too old Rejoiced to quit'this lonely life, I'll brush my beaver, cease to scold, And look about me for a w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 January 1868

CO MMISSARIAT. T ENDERS (in duplicate) will be re - ceived at the Commissariat Office, Fremantle, till NOON of TUESDAY, the 28th Instant, for the supply of .the following Articles viz : t Bottle, hand 1 dozen-No. 1. Baskets Bread Large- " 6. Clothes " " 6. Calico Venetian for blinds-Yds., 50. Chimnies Glass Kerosene- No. 25. Globes Solar Lamp Pedestal--" 3. Matches Lucifer- Boxes, 432. Paint White in Oil- lbs. 28. Steelyards Large- Sets, 3. Trimmings-Tailor's Silk Sewing Black- lbs. 1. Trimmings-Tailor's Wadding Sheets- ' No. 10. Wax-Bees-. lbs. 6. Wicks-Cotton Solar Lamp--No. 1008. To be delivered into the Commissariat Magazines within three days from date of acceptance of Tender, and subject to ap: proval on delivery. E. W. EICHBAUJM, Assistant Com. General. Commissariat Fremantle, W. A.) January 25, 1868. 5 .NOTICE. rPENDERS f(in dupliceate) will be re cL .eived at this [Office, until NOON of WEDNESDAY, 5th February, 1868, for the supply at Bunbury. D:Depot of Fifty five thousand...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 January 1868

S ITH E clipper barque FITZB 0 Y, A 1. 14 years, 573 tons register, Jame Maillard, commmander, will leave for the above port about the first week in January. The vessel has superior accommodation for passengers. For freight or passage applyto, C. A. MANNING, Fremantle. Or G. SHENTON, Perth. November 1st, 1867. FOR SALE. I ?HE Clipper Schooner VL TWINIE INCI S TAR, expected from Calcutta about the end of the present month. This smart little craft was launched in Calcutta in April last year, register 59 tons, and is built ofteak. Her passenger accommodation is complete, and she is well and thoroughly fitted throughout. She was thoroughly surveyed by the late Harbor Master in May last, and his Report may be seen on application to the undersigned. Her capabilities for the Coasting Trade or for short sea trips are without ex ception. Full particulars maybe had of either Mn. B. Vol BIRRa, Fremantle, or of FRANCISCO BROS. Fremantle September 19, 1867. NOTICE. Mon.thly Bales by Auction at G...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 January 1868

Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS. January 17.—SEA BIRD, 40 tons, M. O'Grady, master, from Champion Bay and Irwin River. Passengers—Mr. E. Newman, Miss Hunt, J. J. Smith, T. Waterford, and Mr. and Mrs. Fripp. Cargo—20 bags wheat, 50 do. barley, 360 do. flour, and 30 bags bran. Jan. 18.—SEA SPRAY, 31 tons, H. O'Grady,   master, from Champion Bay. Passengers Messrs. H. Eichbaum, McBaine, Moore, Trigg, Steward, and Mr. and Mrs. Crattick. Cargo— 105 bags wheat, 100 do. flour, 130 do, bran, &c. Jan. 20.—FLYING FOAM, 33 tons, Cobb, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. G. Baston and family (6), Mr. Young, G. Wilson, Miss Maguire, and three others. Cargo —68 bags wheat, 58 do. Barley, 160 do. flour, 50 do. bran, &c. Same day.—ELIZA BLANCHE, 170 tons, Captain Young, from Melbourne, which he left on the 10th instant. Passengers—Messrs. E. Solomon, Leake, Cumming, and Lyons. Cargo—General merchandize, all to Order. 22,—MAUDE, 25 tons, T. O'Grady, master,...

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REPORT OF THE FREMANTLE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, FOR THE YEAR 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 January 1868

REPORT OF THE FREMANTLE MECHAN- ICS' INSTITUTE FOR THE YEAR 1867. Your Committee in presenting this their Annual Report for the past year, have much pleasure in stating, that although the working of the Insti- tute has not been marked by any notable differ- ence from that of previous years, yet it has been steadily progressing, and from the fact of so many of the members regularly availing them- selves of the advantages of the Institute, there is satisfactory evidence that'the means for mental recreation afforded is fully appreciated. At the close of the year 1866, the members of the Institute numbered 47 during the past 12 months we have had an increase of 18 new members whereas your Committee have only to report the loss of 5, three of whom have been removed to Perth, and two left the Colony for England, so that the total number of members at the close of the year, viz., 60, shows an increase of 13. Your Committee have also pleasure in inform- ing you that not only in number of me...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 25 January 1868

WE have perused with some attention the leading article in the Inquirer of this week, which as usual is confused and inconse- quent. Hitherto that clearest of all clear jour- nals has advocated the continuance of a Nominee form of Government, modified by the sham of an elective suffrage, under a form unknown to the British Constitu- tion, in a few words, a recommendation or selection of a few non-official members to be approved of by the Head of the Executive, the extent of whose powers is limited to the approbation and registra- tion of such ordinances as he should place before them. Neither by law or courtesy is any power vested in or permitted to them to originate any measure, and in no way to raise any capital by loan to be laid out in public works and reproductive labor. On the fourth of December last, the Inquirer in one of its best written articles, evidently from the pen of an old friend, informed its readers that the only chance they had of obtaining any assisance, (and tha...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

-;.Busi . ej neraly:isin thepsam. con ditiona at.ouii last Siuimiay. marDuih ienbn?hjif thlre' l1siboeae o 0ma- ke :l.mp royrient. " o decord;:thiere<certainly. asbeen n dclie to note..-: . li s intelliOgence,- ofia geatfailure in i bi liheat ciorp of So.uthli Astralia, oiw] ; .in kooprevalence-pof relid isti. andcl a .on-eent ;adva:ei -i ~itce price of Tie'et.of this inf?na-tioil"are:-was as l 'nig?thlie b.ee. aiitcipa ei, a~ oprres, ip.Qndi ?se aof :t~p?ic of wtheagtaii tio r t1efo frner.goi'g up.to5s.iand5. 6d l~ si v bihelndithie. laf1ittei fr&in13 t ' '" r opei-'4n . i.The' sinalli advanice . ?i: te ppe ofrflDi is .odo.ahb attributable togthelag stopks now. on iand, and as sooi aa?stey are somehiatreiuced a f? a SiAdyanc.i -ay; co nfidently "TS if ckoied i'pn,gsp ecially; as it is' now '.;rit;t taii?hat 6ur- own harVest willnot,. ?eWt suom an abundant yield as waseautiipas . nted i .n..e of . ..t ..e cou iit etiictso .. a.t n t Al , It a -~e0 ,9,ug o nty., e ...

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Herald Office, Saturday, Feb. 1, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

.Llerald UOice, -?'ah" -u'da? ," . ""b. : 1 868 -intVcie more resume our monthly sumi ,:nry,; past events-.-small as is our com munuitydand smnall a are our interests oninle h with those oŽ our neighbours, 4'stiil bccipy an extent of territiy that ;'h ??' '=? h .?:: ."-':"?-?'?"? ":;'" : : .. . " e ; ? " : : " " " etitles us t IM hclai the afteiition of the Motei oiiUti'y, and in her. own interest Itp require, from h er aji the aid and assis :-l e sn-e has been . accustomed to :extenid i,'he± ? u?:ung and i4sing dependencies: m;ilis -i;a ~ackaolwedged fact,. and ad :vlitte~i .:bj9oIonists from lthe otheidi-: visions o- th Australian Continet, that "T! tejn Australia . j ossesses immense tiacts of l1ad.fail more p'roluctvSe--seas aore prolific,, indications of.mineral iea-ith quite" as-promising,. and forests,' equal im :alue <and exteiit:to those of, ftheiSister Coloriies, and- that all that d.-t teis acapitalists from forming settlemgnts,:: ad? tablishing theinselvesis t...

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TRUE NOBILITY!—A MOMENTOUS QUESTION! [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

TRUE NOBILITY !-A MIOMENTOUS QUESTION ! All work, even cotton-spinning, is noble. Work is alone noble. "Be that here said and asserted once more," so Carlyle says. But we must remember that there are degrees in nobi lity. The highest nobility is the nobility of beneficence. An honest man, says the poet, is the noblest work of God. We have no hesi tation in extending the apothegm. The no blest work of God is the man who is not only honest, but who does the greatest good. The greatest of all temporal blessings is Health. And as the mental condition is controlled by the physical, the effects of Health can hardly be regarded as terminating with a mere tem poral benefit, Then who is the greatest of all human benefactors? He, obviously, who enables us to restore Health that has been de teriorated, and to preserve Healththat is good. The secret of restoring and'preserving Health has been the greatest aim of the modern phil anthropist, as it was the philosopher's stone of the ancient alchem...

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