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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 February 1868

'to the Edi of The Herado f. , I trhst the following accountof the Pearl Fisheries inay bethought worthy of insertion in your valuable paper. From timne'immemorial fsheries have existed and have proved a souirce of Revenue, first to the ancient Persians,' and next to the Portugese, Dtcih', and British Authorities in succession, emiployiig a population of some seventy thou sand persons and a fleet of from four to five hundred.boats. - But -the beds were fished recklessly, and after declining in value, the Madrass Govern. .ment ordered them to be carefully protected, and under good management the fisheries have been revived-after a cessation of fishing for 14 years. T'he Pearl is a distmct species from the Mother of Pearl Oyster, though the habits of both are similar, both breed on banks, prefer ring rocky ground rising in patches from a sandy bottom, at a depth of from thirty to forty feet. The Pearl-so much valued by the wealthy of all times is of the same sub stance as the lustrous...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SCRAPS. FALLING LEAVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 February 1868

-~ S..... AS S . • " :iFALLING LEAV ES .... They are fal!ing slowly falling, " :': ' Thick-upon' the forest side, Sever d:fr.onthe'noblebranches,... " Where they waved in beauteous pride. ' They are'falling in the valleys, ' : Where the early violets spring, : And the"birds in sunny Spring-ti'me: . i First their dulcet music sing.: ... : They are falling, sadlyr falling, ::-2" :": :.Close beside our eottage door ":: : Pale and faded; like the loved ones :::' SThat have gone for evtermore. '' They are falling, aind the sunbeanms .. :- .: Shine in beauty soft around; : i Yet the faded leaves are falliing' ';! Falling on the mossy grouind:-: '' :!-. i '.:They are faling on the streamilet; :;::l? : Wh' : :ere the silvery wvaters; f1o~w,' :.: i :: :And upon its placid bosom" ":'':'" : .:: :: Onward with the blue wave :' .ro::: T: : hey are fallinig in thechirrehya?:'i.'?d i : . Where our 'kihidred.swveetly'sl8eep;:':;: Where the idle winds of Summer ..:' S:', Softly o'er the'loved ories:...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. MY FIRST AND LAST FLIRTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 February 1868

. doginggy1{icit .suited nw. ~Atliast 1oob - erv.ed.? a advertisement. which? e?e&'-, .to apromise?just'what I was seek.in'g. This was in Camden Town, arthe h'ouse 6f lady, whose husband, as she informed me; Swas- oftenibsent - for. many:'monthS' to "getier-oimbiasines:s. The lady hd .6fie, : ,-.d littr, ~:an4i, as I " fterwards leaiia'e~1 I . s gcceeped. s a 1odger chieflyo 0guatard .- iese,.:two .unprotected ..females. This . ?positio. :in itself -wass highly v'flatteritni, b.ft'~'"?her-e was more in stor:- ':Thr d Bung jady1 ~founcl to be one who ead novels ~so~persistently, thather. existence was::a Lpeiapetua dream 'of. lovers and; romantic .-..attachments. -:To do-' her justice, I 'be 'leiye'that Heleti Fishidr wvarg~herbiis'diffd' eiva more h~ealthfu1linfluences,; might ihav?edevelopedinto a worthy woman: Buti her- mother was titterly in-Inpable of '?comprr!Jehending 'her fine"s· entinents?, .nd liad nqypipathy with her ro a~ntif an1id 'imp.ulsive temperament; consequ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 February 1868

jrTis to be expected that the incoming 'mail will bring us some definite intelli gence as to the intentions of the Home Government. : In all probability we shalllearn who is to' be the future Representative of Queen jVictoria, and in the next place we may receive some intimation as to the futurd policy of the Home Government, and what is.of more conseq~ueince, some indi cation of.the view taken by the Imperial G'overnmeut of what is due to the Colo nists in consequence of the abrupt breach 'fcontractat by the party to whom its ces 'i?tioincan' cause no injury. :.?W.e.shall also learn whether the Head of: the Colonial Government either in his -hidivid~ial capacity, or acting in.concert with his constitutional advisers, has il?ed Ibefore the Imperial Government the i~njury done bythe sudden withdrawal of the Imperial Expenditure. . W .e much-fear that the communication fron the Imperial Cabinet, will merely refer to official changes, and that, as no communications have been made from ...

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 — 8 February 1868

To the Editor of The Hkerald. SIR,-. I have been waiting to see if some one would take notice of the alterations made in the dates of arrival and departure of the English and Colonial Mails. I had hoped that some one, better able to deal with the subject than 'myself, would have written to some of the Local Jour nals respecting it. .I am a little surprised that none of our Merchants or men of business have entered their protest against the change, as they must be aware of the inconvenience that will result.from such a complex table of dates of arrival and departure, as that put forward by the Post Master General. •To understand it, requires considerable study anda clear head, it is almost as puzzling as a Biradshaw, and will have tobe constantly con suited by every person who may have correspon dence in England orthe colonies. The old plan was by'far the best, and most convenient. - A fixed day in each month can be remembered, and in'addition, conduces to order regularity, anddespat...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CHURCH OF ENGLAND MAGAZINE FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 February 1868

OHURCf OF ENGLAND MAGAZINE FOR FEBIRUARY . The 'improvement we noticed in this Magazine some numbers back, has in no way 'declined. Interesting local, church intelligence, :otices of school 'examinia tions, papers and correspondence on topics of interest and impdrtance to the colonymake up the colonial portion of the present number. . We observe by a notice in the Maga zine that; its present circulation is three hundred, which considering the popula tion of the colony, is certainly large,' and shews plainly that the 'entertaining and instructive reading contained in its pages, is appreciated by the heads of families of every denomination.' . Much.of its success no doubt may be attributed to its 'christain 'liberality and freedom from sectarian prejudice, offend ing the consciences of'none, and render ing it acceptable to all. Conducted as it at present is, we anticipate for' it yet greater favor with the.public and a wider circulation. It is thoroughly. deserving of sulport, andis u...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Public Opinion. For the statement and opinions of our Correspondents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. RULES REQUIRED. To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 February 1868

: ublit Opinion. For the statement and opinions of our Corres pondents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. RULES REQUIRED. To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, The public have a Bathing Establishment in Fremantle. But, there are no Rules--conse quently the public is at a loss, how to act fairly without breaking the supposed Law of the Es tablishment. On dit says, you are allowed to take your family, by paying the small sum of 3s for one ticket. Practice proves to the contrary, and as there are no rules for visitors, some members take 8 to 9 at a time gratis. Why not therefore make Rules for families and visitors ? Let one set of Rules be published, one be hung up in the Bathing Rooms, and one kept in the office. Why not charge 3s. a single adult, l0s. a family ticket, and .one visitor's ticket of 3a. to admit one visitor at a time. A few snmple Rules would save a great deal of trouble and expense-and in the end, benefit the Establishment and the public at the same time. Public affai...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
IN THE SUPREME COURT—WESTERN AUSTRALIA. ROBERT HICKS, Appellant, and RICHARD KENNEDY, Respondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 February 1868

IN THE SUPREME COURT-WESTERN AUSTRALIA. RoBeaT HIcKs, Appellant, and RICHARD KEN NoRespondent. . Mr. Howell for the appellant. This was an appeal against the decision of the Perth Police Magistrate, imposing a fine upon Mr. Hicks, the landlord of the Devonshire Arms in Hay Street, for having employed a ticket-of leave holder as a barman during his absence, contrary to the Publican's Ordinance, 20th Vie. No. 1. After hearing Counselfor the Appellant. His Honor said : - This is a case sta?ed for the opinion of the Court, under the provisions of .the Ordinance 33rd Vlct. c. 3.. It appears from the statements before me that the Appellant was summoned" to answer an information which charged him the said Robert Hicks with having employed a person sutering under a sentence fora criminal offence not yet expired, to sell liquors for him the said Robert Hicks in his.public house at Perth, con trary to the Ordinance in that b&half, viz.: toth'V. 1. S. 43." That at the hearing of the sa...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 February 1868

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, In your paper of 25Sth Jan. I notice that you make mention of somnie Storekeeper in Fremantle whose praiseworthy, intention is to sell his flour at £15 per ton for the next four months. All honor to him I say. Perhaps you would kindly publish his name (if agreeable. to himself) so that he may receive the support and custom, which he so justly merits-publish his name throughout the land, let his name be as familiar as-Household (Bread) Words with every one. By.noticing theoe few lines in your Journal you will oblige A BRICK.

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BETWEEN JOHN GIBSON Plaintiff, and ALLAN HUGHAN, Defendant. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 February 1868

BETWEEN JOHN GrBSON Plaintiff, and AL".A HUGHANi Defendant. This was an appeal against the decision of the ResidentMagistrateFremantle,in a case between the parties respecting the passage of a dog and cost of taking down fittings. Appeal confirmed with costs. IN EQUITY. SPIENCER, V. SPENCER. This was an application on behalf of the plaintiff for an order directing that service on William Dalgetty Moore of copy of the bill and interrogatories should be good service on George Fletcher Moore who has been made a party to the bill. Motion refused.

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 February 1868

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, I. have read with great interest your leader on the subject of a Tramway between York 'and Fremantle, I am quite aware, that within the limits of such an article it was not possible to enter into details, and that you fulfilled your duty in placing before your readers the main features of the proposed plan. It is absurd to draw parallels or comparisons between the formation of such projects in the Mother Country and the Colonies-and any re port such as that from a member of the Civil Engineer's Association in England is, although pleasant to read, utterly valueless in assisting us to form any estimate as to the probable cost of any Tramway in this Colony. Indeed even the estimates for the formation of new lines in the Sister Colonies, approximating as they do more closely to our own requirements, are but of little value. In the first place, we are not in a condition to constructeven a singlelineofRailwaywhich would cost at least from £2,000 to £2,50...

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VINCENT, v. C. SYMMONS and J. F. STONE, ESQRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 February 1868

VmERT, V. C. Snzxozs and J. F. STONE, ESqUS. Mr. E. A. Stone for appellant. This was an appeal a.gainst an order made in Petty Sessions, upon the appellant, for the pay ment of.30s. weekly for the support of his wife, on the ground of desertion. His Honor directed the order to be quashed, and desired to strictly: recon;mend magistrates in all cases to proceed only upon written informa tions. . ROSENBURG v. M. AND D. A. HAT. This wasan action for breach of contract ; damages laid at £57 12s. Mr. Howell appeared for Plaintiff and Mr. E. A. Stone fior Defendants. Judgment for plaintiff for the full amount claitmed, with costs.

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

SALE OF HOUSE AND SHOP ..IN PERTH. MESSRS. LIONEL SAMSON' 4 SON WILL offir for Sale, by order of,'th'e Mortgagee, on WED.NESDAY, the 26th day of'February now next, at the hoar of noon, at,,,the iiiFreemasons' Hotel Perth TI?THE capital: .D.welling-Hoiise and .. Shop ,on. the.weastern. poibrtioidf Perth Building Lot F 17, adjoining Mr. H. Saw's establishment . the .premises having a frontage of 52- links. to Hays street in front, and Murray-street in the rear, as the same was occupied by the late Mrs, Jane Wood.. .Immediafe pos session can he given,; and -the .jreinises can be viewed at any time,on application to Miss Wood. - For terms and conditions , of, Sale, apply to the Auctioneers ,:r to - - , . W. LEAKE, . -.Solictitor, Perth. Perth, 20th Janiuary, 1868. SALBOFl FREEHOLD LAID |q ?' -: ! . r. -: NBAR TUODYAY. MESSRS. LIONEL SAMSON .& SON ?WIrL offer for Sale; by order of thie. M-ortgagee, on WEDNESDAY, thg 26th day of February not next, at the hour of noon, at .the - Fr...

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

j ..OR PORT WALCOTT W mnimediate Despatch ;?..;?- :..I7H E iReghilar. ,trade:,r . : x·-- O·AlRENOC RL :: C -::,? will 1saifor: the above, .port . pn 6r about the 7th of FEBRU- AiRY next. . - A.:::llcargo to be in Fremanftle not later. thanthe 6th.... :i::.. .;.-:: on .: .:F6r freight?.or passageapply'to i - - iFRANC.O.-Bi:.'ISQ0BROS.-& i - Fremantle, 23rd Januar, I868 t ~o-: - For Biataia. ..,, . ~t r~ . r; .-?. I~ ' Ip;CBlE A 01ipper Brig, T Th1LZ4 YJANCH.E,' S:! .-, will sail for the ,:aboTe--l.or?t on •; .:i" or. aboit ther lOth:isCtant;:, i? : Has; excellent accomodationifor iassen gers. .., jh gi L : Apply-foez 0:L oW. OUSTEN, a wa -: Master. .- F-iEremnhtle 81stBJanuary,4868 :: i:-: :• = !. --, .., . .. . . . .. ,- , . : ,= . .,.. • NO TICE Mo:itthily Sales by Auction :at Geraldton, Champion Bay. ~JVHIT undersigned beg Iogizvejnotic9tic S.to the Public of the Yieptari Dnais strict; that ,y theitentn haqg 4an Ac tion at heir hooin, Gralato4 Oi; amp n :Bay, on the econd ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 February 1868

~'ippi ng Utteit entr. ARRIVALS. 'Caiie to aiichor in "Gage's Roads on Tues day last; H. .M.. S. BRISK, Captain C. W. :Hope, from Sydney, (16 days out) 1087 tons, -cruising. .. . Feb. 5.--SEA BIRD, 40 tons, M. O'Grady, -master; -from the" Irwin River: Cargo 407 sacks flour, 90 do. bran and pollard. bame day.-WiD WavE, 28 tons, Cross, master, from Vasse and .Bunbury.. .Passen .gers-Missdearihig, Miss Earnsha., Mrs. Bais ley and--child, Jossph: Boswell and one other. Cargo-18 kegs.ofbutter, I case cheese, 3 bales learsthler 9 bags barley, 7 hales wool, 24 bags o'nibns, 1!2 bags potatoes and sundries. Feb. 6.--FLYING FOAM, 33 tons. Cobb mas ter, from Champion Bay. Passengers-Mr. 'Sottj Mr. Glass, Mrs. King, J. Callaghan wife and child. Cargo-245 sacksof barley 94 sacks 'wheat, an4d sundries. , DEPARTURES." .?i . 'e~br.uary 1.--TARTBAR;, 530 tons, Pearce, m~ster, , fori Madras. Passengers Miessrs. sough, Finn, Moore, Fowler, Johnstone, Cor poral and Mrs. Fowler and 2 children, for Ma dr...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 8 February 1868

.... . DIED. EI(HhBAlUM.-At Fremantle; W. A., on the t i.Feruary, 1868;?.at 8 a.ni., of dysentiery, UM1ANNEY ATINS N, infant" son of ASSISTANT ,COMMiISsARY. G?ENERAL EIcH?·UMs'; aged. six :-iorith' ahd six days

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 15 February 1868

For Champion Bay. T HE fine fast-sailing clipper ship HASTINGS will sail for Champion Bay on or about the 23rd instant. For i o i or passage apply to C: A. MANNING, Freman·tle; G. SHENTON, Perth; Or E. N. COBBETT, Commander, The- Hasting, after shipping ore at *Champion Bay;. will return immediately o Freniantle. Frem~intle, Feb. 8, 1868. FOR ADELAIDE. _ fiHE fine fast sailing brig, .L £fl.U.Y 5)ITH, Dai on, Commander, will sail for the above port, on SATURDAY, 22nd Inst. Apply to T. & H. CARTER, & Co., AIGENTS. Fremantle, Feb, 14, 1868. MESSRS. LIONEL SAMSON & SON (GOVERNMEIT AurcIowERs,) WaIs offer for Sale by Auction at Mr. Haysom's Hotel, Perth, on FRIDAY, the 21st FEsBRUARY NEXT, at 11 o'clock :- A SMALL lot of Rams imported from SVictoria, by A. Hughan,. Esq., from the celebrated flocks of Thomas Shaw, Esq., and the Messrs. Cumming. Further comment is unnecessary as the Rams will show their own quality. The importer refuses all offers to allow any of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 15 February 1868

SALE OF HOUSBE AND SHOP IN PERTH. MESSRS. LIONEL SAMSON & SON WIiL offer for Sale, by order of the Mo ' rtgagee, on WEDNESDAY, the '.26th day of February now next, at the hour of noon, at the Freemasons' SHotel Perth HE capital Dwelling-House and Shop on the western portion of Perth Building Lot F 17, adjoining Mr. H. Saw's establishment; the premises -having a frontage of 529 links to Hay street in front, and Murray-street in the rear, as the same was occupied by the late Mrs. Jane Wood. Immediate pos -session can be giveni, and the premises 'can be viewed at any time on application to Miss Wood. For terms and conditions of Sale, apply to the Auctioneers, or to G. W. LEAKE,' Solictitor, Perth. Perth, 20th January, 1868. SALE OF FEEHOLD LAND NEAR TOODYAY. 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 A FREEHOLD ESTATE containing -4,074 ac...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 15 February 1868

IT is very satisfactory to us to hear. from all quarters that the principle of carrying out public works by means of borrowed capital is universally accepted as sound and judicious-that the opinions we have ever expressed that .such capital, could under a Representative form of Govern ment be easily borrowed on favorable.: terms, especially by a colony, free from : debt, with a recognized existing .surplus Revenue of receipts over expenditure, and natural resources requiring only the ap plication of capital to develop them with advantage to the publicinterests, affordinig by their reprodiuctive operation additional .security to the Capitalist is also approved of. We gladly hail the conversion to our opinions of many, who ridiculed, not only the possibility of our being able to bor row from want of credit, but the speci'al application of at as utterly useless. We do hope' that we shall "yet tale our place amongst those colonies, who having excellent outlets for the employ ment of new...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 15 February 1868

Sfpping nteligettnre, ARRIVALS. Feb. 7.-SwAN, 33 tons, Tapper, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-Miss M. Green, Miss McGlade, Messrs. Ridley, and McArthur. Cargo-190 sacks wheat, 10 do. flour, 54 do. barley, 12 bales sacks, 1 do. leather and sun dries. Same day,--SEA SPRAY, 31 tons, O'Grady, master from Champion Bay. Passengers Mr. and Mrs. Thornton, and Mr. Bibra Cargo -167 sacks wheat, 190 do. barley, hhd. ale Feb. 10.-TWINKLING STAR, 56 tons, Hill, master, from Calcutta and Hobart Town. Cargo -120 bags oats, 54 bags gum, 492 coils rope, 12 bundles cord. Feb. 12.-WATER LILY, 28 tons, Lewis, mas ter, from Vasse and Bunbury. Cargo-12 loads timber, 20 tons potatoes, 6 bags onions. February 12.-KING OSCAR, 248 tons Gibbon master, from Adelaide. Cargo-22 cases, 3 bales, 2 trunks, 6 rolls, J. T. Reilly; 6 pkgs., Barker and Gull; 5 cases,D. Congdon; 3 cases, T. & H. Carter; 3 cases, M. Higham; 7 casks gin, Bateman & Co.; 8 cases, B. Mason; 37 bars iron, 5 bundles ditt...

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