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THE STORY-TELLER. HOW TO GET A BEAU. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

THE STOR Y-TELLER. HOW TO GET A BEAU. CHAPTER I. George Dashwood's friend had accosted him twice without arresting his attention. It was completely engrossed by a pretty girl, who sat at the window smiling and blushing. "You've intentions in that quarter, I sup : pose ?" said the friend. " Halloa !" exclaimed the person addressed ; "Lthat you, old boy? What were you saying about intentions ? Do you mean matrimonial intentions ?" said Dashwood, taking his friend's arm, and resuming the walk. "No, no ! I can't afford to do a foolish thing. A wife's too ex pensive an article for me." " Too expensive I Why, what can be more expensive than your present mode of life ? Though you've a good income, you're always in difficulties." " Then how could I get on with a wife-per haps with children into the bargain ?" "A great deal better than you do now. As a married map, you'd have some one to care for you-some one to protect you from rogues of both sexes." "Well set me the example first. Before I...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

DIED. I PULFORD.L-On the 18th November last, at his resid? ce Downshir Hill, Hampstead, WILLIAM HqobEk PFLFORD, EsQ., aged 58.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

"York Hotel." TO Let and possession obtained in July next, the above substantial andt newly-erected HOTEL, replete with every convenience, and now doing a first-rate trade. Full particulars can be obtained on ap plication to Mr. J. T. Monger, Newcastle, or Mr. J. H. Monger, York. Port Mill Fremantle. FHE undersigned, having taken the I above Mill on Lease, will be pre pared to receive Wheat in any quantity, and execute any orders for grinding, after the 1st JANUARY, and trusts by strict attention to business, and a desire to study the interests of those whom may favor him with their orders, to obtain a continuance the of patronage, so liberally betowed on his predecessors. This Mill, having all the latest improve ments, can produce an article second to none in the colony. TOM W. OAKLEY, December 2. 1867. Reduction in thle Price of Meat. W. S. & G. PEARSE. HIGH STREET FREMANTLE, eg to thank the public for the liberal Spatronage extended towards them during the many years they...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

Tn:s being the first Anniversary of this Journal, we cannot permit it to pass over without a short notice, and we must beg our readers to pardon what may appear like egotism-the talking of ourselves. We commenced our career as Journal ists under very adverse circumstances With but little capital-no connections -and the certainty of encountering violent opposition from our contempo raries, and no great certainty of a ve?ry warm reception on the part of the public generally. mWe however started withafull determi nationto do ourDuTY--and to supply what was admitted to be a great want, and which there was no other means of sup plying-a Journal that, without party or class leanings-free from all influences and desiring no favors or affection from the governing powers-could faithfully canvass the acts of those in authority, and fairly reflect public opinion. That the faithful discharge of. the duties we undertook has-as it ever w?ill- brought success, is evident from the con dition of.our...

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CONVICTS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

CONVICTS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [From the S. A. Chronicle.] Transportation to Western Australia has now ceased, and the last cargo of British felons has been landed on Australian shores. This is emi nently satisfactory as a matter of fact, and it is a result due, not to the wisdom or consideration of the Imperial Government, but to the deter mined resistance offered by these dependencies of the British Crown to having their adopted country made a cesspool for Imperial pollution. As long as they could, the Ministers of Britain forced upon Australia the refuse of their gaols and hulks, the only member of the group appro ving of it being Western Australia itself, whose poverty compelled it to accept the loathsome office of gaoler-in-chief to the British Crown for the sake of the emoluments of the situation. As, however, Western Australia could not erect a second wall of China round its boundaries, and as the cleverest and most desperate of its felon population continually found means of...

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POVERTY, CRIME, AND MISFORTUNE IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

POVERTY, CarME, AND MISFORTUNE IN ?EW SOUTH WALEs.-A melancholy interest at taches to our statistics of poverty and crime, which represent a total at first sight somewhat startling. In this colony, containing a popula tion of little more than 400,000, and where wealth is distributed with a hand more impar tial than in most countries, we have to support in our charitable, penal, and other establish ments between five and six thousand people, at a cost of not less than 114,0001. per annum. Our four benevolent asylums contain in round numbers 1,000 inmates, and require to support them 15,0001. per annum. In our lunatic asylums are 1,100 persons, who cost the state 24,0001. a year. There are 1,500 children in our orphan schools, for whom an expenditure of 16,0001. per annum is incurred. But we have in our gaols 1,700 prisoners, who cost the country more than all our aged and infirm and more than all our orphans and those bereft of reason, for the sum required is 59,0001. a year. These f...

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YORK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

YORK AGRICULTUIRAL SOCIETY. THE Quarterly Meeting of the York Agricultu ral Society was held at the Castle Hotel, York, on the 18th instant, Mr. J. H. Monger in the Chair. The minutes of the last Annual Meet ing were read and confirmed. Mr. Seabrook remarked, that he thought there was some mistake about the prizes, as he was one of the Judges and he did not think Mr. Stephen Mon ger's imported ram got a prize. The Hon. Secretargyreplied he got the list of prizes for sheep frobm MIr. J. T. Cooke, and as far as he was concerned there was no mistake, as Mr. Cooke took great trouble and went round the various pens with him twice, and pointed out the sheep that had obtained prizes. bome of the judges had told him that there was some mistake about the prizes for horses, but he took no notice of it, as he got the list in writing from Mr. Brockman. The accounts for the past year were audited by Mr. Monger and Mr. Badcock, and passed. It was proposen by Mr. R. D. Hardey, and seconded by Mr. ...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, I regret much that after so long an interval, my name should appear in your pIaper in con nection with the so-called York Election. The writer of the article in your paper of the 18th instant, glories in the privilege he enjoys under the sacred shield of your Editorial taciturnity in casting stones and mire on any man who pre sumes without his permission to meddle in pub lic affairs, and thinks I had great presumption in spoiling the nice little arrangement of himself and friends for the return of Mr. Edward Ham ersly, as our Representative, But, Sir, before I go further, allow meto return my best thanks to Mr. Hamersley, for the very kind and gentle manly manner he acted towards meon that occa sion. It may be a weakness on my part, but I must say I have a partiality for transacting busi ness with gentlemen, while to such men as your correspondent, their greatest pride is, that they can (Italian like) give them a stab in the dark. I will now, Sir, f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

O1 SALE. IEVES and S0REENS from Adelaide, Sfor Winnowing Machines, £4 per sett of five. NETS-any length Is. 6d. to 2s. per yard, ready for use. STRONG Mullet Nets, corked and heavy leaded one fathomdeep through out, 2s. 6d. per yaxd, oR wrTH PuRSE 30s.. extra. Spcim )ns-Preserved Birds one pound per dozen. F. F. ARMSTRONG. Perth January 29, 1868. To Let. THE House and Premises at Bingala on the old and within half a mile of the new Gingin Road, late in the oc cupation of Mr. John Gockman, and commonly known as the Forest Inn, with the Farm attached, consisting of one hun dred and sixty acres divided into several inclosures securely fenced and the right of run over two thousand acres of Squat ting land adjoining. For particulars apply to. W. L. BROCKMAN, Herne Hill, Junuary 24th, 1868.

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SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

SUTOEM1E COURT-2-R[MIINAL SIDE y-THU1asb4Y, ,JANUARY,2, 1867 -zJosejikiff? Si'nith,r.' charged writ.s tbealing t~wo ?bottles of ru.am;: .he , property. -of, Charles' Birdeatifaylup.rr no a E: T: :he ?risoner ;handed l.nda,:complaint gainst'Ir. Howell-for having negibcted his;.case, aftier having; rece?i?d a-;fee sof: .His Honor saidithat the matte .i u.d beisHnuioe r dit ed. theur toi ti ._..ie Honor directedt the jjijiit:i i-ethizi a veichct 6f not guilty accused sdiscarged . - Coirelius Neiwman clarged wvith- steab i.i a coat t he proprty, of Luke, Kenny, at York a secan counit charged receiv ing . T 'hie pr!isonexi a?u iin lefendled. , Befoie the urgy was sworn His Ilonori 'dew thfe A tqriey, ,Genegal's attention kd 8lie depositions, from winch it appeared to. hibm there,e wasnot:. suffitcienc eyidenc to pla bef-re t:h. -Tha ~ttbrny qoura ecincuixed,: and entr.'~d an.olle ju 194 4,ch gy withs stealing siz; 'iottles ofi pgrt, of he .c~ago of the Araban y~ii ja,S'tilp~Ur~ Ii~a,·~~:...

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PRICES OF BRITISH CORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

PRICES OF BRITISH CORN.-The statistica abstract for the United Kingdom, says the Times in each of the last fifteen years, shows the average Gazette prices of British wheat, barley, and oats per imperial quarter in each month and year. From this return it is found that during the above period the price of wheat per quarter ranged, for the year, from 43s. 2d. to 74s. 8d., the minimum being in 1864 and the maximum in 1855, the mean annual price per quarter last year being 49s? 1ld. Barley reached its minimum price in 1852 and its maximum in 1857, the former being 28s. 6d. and the latter 42s. Id. per quarter, the price attained the last year being 37s. 5d. The minimum as to price of oats occurred in 1852, and was 19s. Id.; the max was 27s. ld. in 1854, and 24s. 7d. per quarter was the mean price last year. The sales of British wheat, in various market towns in England and Wales between 1852 and 1864 inclusive were smallest in 1862 and largest in 1859, amounting to 3,588,085 qrs. in the ...

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NICOL BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

.-,ie.:'~Jrlaen&;L het.. whJcl6 a rived here i1,on theZi Il t n 'i li'en;cei fromnite.s?tie ; attl .ent .Q 2 te?Isof Decemi last, t1eate fietpait In th absencei)tli enJjs tl we havI lee 'ir several, settlers, passengers }y the ilarence Packtet --the following paiticulars Thlere; had been .a icontinuance. fr- y-pi w?eath -up ., u. to,- the morningi 'of t-i? epa e?' , wh~i the ;ver came .doa srgly owi ng. to the rain'in :tlie.terior r, but there had been inothi g. beyp nd a;.light shower .in the own: ..er health .of te .settlement ls sat isfto.' The settlers. ,complain lodlyof te neglect o the Goyernmient SiT.makuing axoac 'rpn thE ort to the ,To v,,and the extravagant ;utla. ;uppn:. t Gb.ernpi ent'buildings wich, ariesaid; ill costfron ,g3,Q to .Eo4,0p0. GRpods .awre e.o 1ie, bt-tb, ladd ,tp a.placc - etely under water at spring tides, aPnd muchinconvenience and .:destraction iof property takes pilace:;in consequenicei.,e A :piec of. orad, -about, 3p0o: ,0, 0P, ards ,between-...

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HUBERT. (A Fragment.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

HUBERT. (A Fragment.) "A noble nature marred I" So said the wise Of Hubert, and looked grave and very sad. The mean and foolish clapped their hands for glee, And gloated o'er his fallen majesty, As though' the fault which brought him nearer them, Up lifted them to what he else had been; Forgetful that what stain on him looked dark Would pass unnoticed on their Ethiop souls. For Hubertfloved the wine.cup. To his eyes Its red light glittered like a beacon false Lit upon Cornish hills in days gone by, To lure the noble vessel to the death That foained among the reefs. Though very oft God's Wittiesi in hissoul spake urgently, " Touch, taste not, handle not, but pass away !" He rushed upon the emblem of his fate, And drank the draught that filled his veins with fire. Oft spoke the wise tq Hubert, andlaid bare. The wound inflicted on his inmost soul, By smooth Intoxication's glittering lance : And Hubert looked, and sighed, and wished its cure, But found it still unhealed, and, in despair...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

COMMISSARIAT. Sale of Surplus Stores per Con vict Ship" Hougoumont" MESSRS. LIONEL SAMSON & SON (GOYVRNME~T AUCTIONEERS) Wn rsell by Auction, at the Commis sariat Magazines at Fremantle, on TUESDAY, 4th February, 1868, at? 11 o'clock precisely. UNDRY Surplus Stores, consisting of the usual Articles of Provisions &c. ALSO, A quantity of Empty Cases, Casks, Crates $&. E. W. EICHBAUM, Assistant Com. General. Commissariat Fremantle, W. A. February 1st, 1868. For Batavia. THE A 1 Clipper Brig, ELIZA BLA.NCHE, will sail for the above port on or about the 10th instant, Has excelle~t accomodation for passen gEers, gers Apply to W. OUSTEN, Master. Fremantle, 31st January, 1868. SALE OF HOUSE ANDB SHOP IN PERTH. MESSRS. LIONEL SAMSON & SON WILL offer for Sale, by order of the Mortgagee, on WEDNESDAY, the 26th day of February now next, at the hour of: noon, at the Freemasons' Hotel Perth THE capital Dwelling-House and Shop on the western portion of Perth Buildin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

For Madras Direct. ITP HE Ship PA?R~A , I. 529 Tons Register, W. Pearce, Commander, will sail for the above Port on or about he 1st February next. For freight or passage apply to, C. A. MANNING, Fremantle, Or G. SHENTON, Perth, Fremantle, January 16th, 1868. FOR PORT WALCOTT. With Imn~mediate Despatch, T HE Regular trader CZLARENCE PA OKET, will sail for the above port on or about the 7th of FEBRU ARY next. All cargo to be in Fremantle not later than the 6th. For freight or passage apply to FRANCISCO BROS. Fremantle, 23rd January, 1868. FOR SALE. S]['HE Clipper Schooner ] f JTWINKLING STAR, 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. Hfer passenger accommodation is complete, and she is well and thoroughly fitted throughout. She was thoroughly surveyed by the late Harbor M]aster in May ]ast, and his Report may be seen on applicatio!n to the undersigned. Her cap...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

BIRTHS, BROWN.-On the 26th ult., the wife of ARCHDEACON BROWN, Of a daughter. FRANCISCO.-At Fremantle, on the 24th ult., the wife of MR. ALEXANDER FRANCISCO, Jun., of a son. COnPs.-Shall appear next week. SAtTR tEralbR, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1, 1868.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

Bipping~ Inteig~entt. ARRIVAL. Jan. 26.-Ship HASTINGs, 541 tons, Capt .E. N. Cobbett, from London, 16th Oct.; Downs, 2nd Noy; with a general cargo. Passengers, cabin-Mrs. Hare and family (4), Rev. Mr. Simpson, Miss S. Finnerty, Mr. and Mrs, Dyer and son. Miss M. Morris, Messrs. W. Burges and Tregoning; steerage, John Maher, Nicholas Cassey, Wmin. Elliott, J. Sambrook, A. Eagle, E. C. Sherman, Harriet Fowler, and Miss M'Grath. Cargo. 9 pkgs. Barker & Gull; 57 do. J. & W. Bateman; 12 do. E. Birch ; 24 do. E. Birch ; 11 do. T. Britnell; 2 cases, Mrs. M. B. Brown ; 15 cases glass, R. N, Bullen; 50 hhds. beer, J. G. C. Carr; 100 casks do. T. & H. Carter and Co.; 2 pkgs, W. L. Clifton; 3 do. H. Dixon; 210 do. J. Dyer; 2 do. T. Farrelley ;73 do. G. Glyde; 3 pkgs. J. Green; 49 pkgs. iron, W. Green ; 21 do. H. Gray ; 16 do. T. Hayward; 1 case, T. F, Herold; 100 do. Mary Higham; 2 do. Sister M. A. Kelly; 2 do. R. King; 6 do. L. S. Leake; 1 do. M. Lefroy; 27 do. C. A, M...

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Perth, 28th January, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 1 February 1868

P erth, 28th January, 1868. Sir.--I am in receipt of your letter of the 27th instant, and in reply beg to furnish you with a description of the wells and watering places on the overland route between the Ger aldine Mine and Nickol Bay. There is but little difficulty in procuring water for the first forty miles up the Murchison, even in dry seasons. After entering the Great Bend there is a pool of water ½ a mile S.E. of the track at the river crossing. The next per manent water will be in No. 1 well, distant about 20 miles; but if the season is not too dry, water may be found between those places. The well is in the opaline rock forming the river-bed, in a sharp bend ¼ of a mile north of the road, the tracks of several horses and one cart lead down to the well. The next water- is in some rocks on a. tributaryv to the Murchison, coming from the direction of Mount Aubrey; the road leads close byr'the water, and by following it to the eastward of Mount Aubrey, water can be procured in s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 February 1868

HOLLOwAY' PsLLs.-The female's, fr~iend. So soon as ?'he .human functions .are diso??rded they should be rectified it is a hopeless delusion to .leave?the maladiyto: its own course. Hollo-. way's Pills l always accomplish, this ~.?d with ease, safety, and despatch. A. few. appropriate doses at the proper period will prevent many a sriouls illness.. They arrest all morbid -influen-. ces, and preyent disease from extending and afficting more :distant organs. .. Their. primary action is upon the blood, stomach, liver kidneys, andbowls. Their. secohdary action strengthens the nervous centres. No drugs can be. at.. once so harmless yet so antagonistic to disorders affecting the other sex. The most perfect re-. liance may be placed upon their purifying, ,e gulating, and renovating virtues. . ;. . .· , - . - - . ..,.?' . ' : . TR. J. :C.OL:LIS.': B R:O W N:E' S JLC " H hL O::RhOD Y NE:: Vice-Chancellor Sir W. Page Wood 'stated publicly in Court, thit Dr..J;. C6LIss BRowNE was. undoubtedly t...

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Odds and Ends. SELF-MADE MEN IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 February 1868

Obbs anB anb0. SELF-MADE MEN IN AUSTRALIA. The present Ministry of New South Wales contains several self-made men. The Hon. James Martin, Attorney-General, was born of humble parents in Ireland. Taken by them while a mnere child to Sydney, he was ulti mately apprentjced to a solicitor, from which position-he bravely fought his way to his pre sent well-deserved distinction. In one of his Parliamentary speeches he said:--" From his outset in life till that time he had to achieve everything for himself, and from the humblest beginning he had fought his way almost to the highest point to which in this colony it was possible to attain. At every step he had been met with oppositition and had been compelled to make good his ground, and whatever he had achieved he owed not to the favour:or affection of any man. He had never cringed or fawned, or played the sycophant, and if his conduct was open to condemnation, it certainly was in a contrary direction." The Hon. Henry Parkes, Colonial Secre...

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