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THE STORY-TELLER. THE COQUETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 15 February 1868

THE. TORY-TELLER. ::THE COQUETTE, Yet oh! 'twas like the agony W- - .,when soul and body part, To break the last fond chensh'd link -- ,That bound him to my heart, MRS. COnnWALL BARON WILSO. " M rNA ! dearest mamma! Do not cast that reproachful, sorrowful look on your own Aline. Henry Dillon is not the first, and I think will not be the last man, who finds that the lady of his love cannot brook constant sighs and black looks only." So spoke the beautiful Aline Montague, .as she shook off the black curls from a face, the Trojan beauty herself might have vwished her own, and rising, she threw her arms round her mother's neck. Neither could repress the starting tear, and the lovely girl in a moment darted from the room, singing with apparently her usual :lively manner-" II ne faut aimer que pour .rre." Aline was the only, the idolised daugh ,ter of Major and Mrs. Montague. But how shall I describe this bright being :when I first knew her? Hers was a face .a painter would love to dwell ...

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. To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 15 February 1868

pubIir Bpinion., For tlhe statement and opinions of our Corres pondents, we do not hold ourselves responstble. To the Editor of The Herald. -SIR,- In.your issue of Saturday last I observe notice .at length by acorrespondent of the great incon venience to the public of this colony from the alteration in the Steam Mail contract. The Adelaide papers received on the 10th Instant are full of like grievances of the South Australian public also,-but the Post Master General of that province, unlike the official who conducts the postal duties here, seems to think it neces sary to make no end of stir on the subject. Our Post Master General considers it almost too much to even give our public due notice of the change.- "ruly this is Sleepy Hollow 1--Every day shows how absolutely needed a little "Re presentative" grease is to the Government wheels-Well! I hope the Meeting so much talked about to come off the day after the Races won't end in smoke-it's high time for vigorous action. The" Organ"...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 15 February 1868

INTERCOLONIAL. The news from the Colonies is of the usual character. We give an epitome of the most interesting intelligence from each of the coleo nies : ADELAIDE.-- Great dissatisfaction is ex pressed at the reorganization of the Postal Service which will compel the Colony to incur ~the expense of a double line of Colonial Mail Steamers. one to the Sound for the inward Mail, and another to Melbourne with the out ward Mail. The public feeling is not in favor of an increased price. The principal item of local intelligence is still the red rust. Very gloomy accounts are given of the crops and - numerous meetings have been held agitating for assistance from the Government, but it is likely the Government will come to no decision onthe subject till in possession of full infor mation as to the actual yield of the harvest, Capt. Cadell had returned to.Sydneyen route to Adelaide and reports several rivers flowing into the Gulf of.Carpentaria also a land locked. harbor 50 miles square. At ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE MURRAY. To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 15 February 1868

THE MURRAY. To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, The Herald having a goodlycirculation in this district, it has often surprised methatweek after week as the papers appear, nbthingis to be found in them relative to it, whether this arises frem the apathy of its inhabitants or lack of some thing to communicate, 1 must allow the readers to judge, at all events I will redeem my pledge by sending you a resume of what has been going on the last few weeks. This cannot be termed a corn growing district although almost all. the settlers grow a little wheat for their family wants, at the same time there are others, such as Captain Fawcett, Messrs. Sutton, Cooper Brothers, Cornish, Pater son, McLarty, Beacham, and one or two more who have somewhat for sale. The present har vest has not come up to theusual average, never theless the small fry have got sufficient to enable them in a measure to be slightly independent of their more fortunate neighbours. Great complaints are made of their being no sc...

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 — 15 February 1868

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR,- There is not the slightest doubt of Hardman having conferred a great public benefit in start ing a conveyance to and from Perth and Bun bury once a week, and finding from the patron age he has already receieved both in passengers and parcels, whether he will not find in the course of a few months, that instead of a con veyance once a weelk, it will not be to his ad vantage to put two on the road, on every mail day that is, if he iutends keeping the road to him self and providing better horses and keeping better time. Thereis scarcely a single settler but what wishes him every success, at the same time, a re duction in the fares is necessary. One pound to Pinjarrah, and two pounds to Bunbury is ample. The sooner he attends to these little matters the better for himself. WELLWISIHER. 10 February, 1868.

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 15 February 1868

. HOLLOWAY'S PILLs.-Take warning.-The fearful number of deaths in the metropolis, and elsewhere from Dysentery and Diarrhcea, should put all on their guard. The first symptoms must be combated, or collaspe may come on. Holloway's Ointment should be well and fre quently rubbed over the belly, which should afterwards be encased in flannel. Holloway's Pills should be taken at the same time, to pre vent the irregular distribution of blood, which oppresses the lining of the bowels in these dis eases. All may rely on these remedies. The Ointment penetrates to the seat of the malady, whereit assertsits coolingandsoothing influence: while the Pills arrest the disorder, and speedily bring about a cure. DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE. Vice-Chancellor Sir W. Page Wood :stated publicly in Court, that Dr. J. CoLtuIS BROWNE was undoubtedly the Inventor of CHLORO DYNE; that the whole story of the defendant Freeman was deliberately untrue, and he re gretted to say it had been sworn to.-See .the ...

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 — 15 February 1868

To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, I observe with great satisfaction that you are not to be deterred from the exercise of your le gitimate duties. To the schoolmaster at the Establishment I have personally no objection, I believe him to be quite competent to the discharge of his presumed duties-and in no wise responsible for the alter ation that has taken place, by which he has been partly converted into a clerk. I am given to understand that the department to which he has been attached as Clerk, is by no means in want of such assistance and that if re quired there are several probation prisoners quite equal to the work. In Governor Kennedy's time the school opened at seven o'clock in the morning, and was con tinfied during the day until four o'clock, .after which hour the schoolmaster had the remainder of the day for his own occupations. I am quite satisfied the Imperial Government are not aware that the liberal salary allowed for the payment of a schoolmaster is used for other purp...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
INTELLIGENCE BY THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 15 February 1868

INTELLIG-ENCE BY THE MAILS. The European Mailshave arrived, of the Colonial onlythat from Adelaide has been received. With the exception of continued Fenian Outrages, and agreat Fire which consumed the Old Opera House there is but little that is interesting in their contents. Up to this day there has been no clear definition of what Fenianism means, what are its principles-its aims ? with oiit unity of purpose, congruity ofreligious feeling, or 'homogeneity of races, ifts leaders seem bent only on destruction of life and property. The accounts from Ireland are full of ~ieetings and processions, the last of wthich was to erect a memorial of martyr dom to the murderers of Brett, the Man chester policemian, where Mr. J. Martin, Editoi of the .Aation delivered a seditious harangue, for. which he has fallen into the hands of the Attorney General. We quite agree with a Reformer, an ardent advocate of Justice to Ireland, " The experience.of 37 years has taught me, it is not justice or prot...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. THE COQUETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 22 February 1868

'H SSTORPY-TELLER. .l t`9 pe Lpa I eantto do"as."I pro Wn}sea.. b.pos4tively when :tliat ' a'om phlised lwhipy ,, with his dear; beautiful, ..rses-ar..iyed; my good intentions yielded totlheir praicin.' attractions; and"' -sheo d.edd colouriig violently, "Henry's pre sumption-. acid hauteur are insuff rable - andI wvil let hinm know that no man shall think Iihimself secureof me. - But, dearest padre, Iam weary of confession, -and--- ' But, seeing the: angry frown -deepen- on her father's face, and :her mother's eyes filled with tears,: she hastily continued--: ,B13ut do smile again on, your own Aline, and I will behave better in future, and ,be .qobedient, .hid, say pretty thiligs' to this; Hottenatot lover; if` he will but be :more humble." With1ior own peculiar smile she looked -up,, and expected" t be forgiven, biut she -felt she did notientirely succeed in.dispell ing thedispleiasiure fioi. heir father's brow or the teai front] he mother's eye; and sli?e 1ft the 6rom, displeased...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 22 February 1868

JAMES GRAHAM begs to acquaint. the Fremantle public, that he hasa some excellent well broke in Saddle Horses for hire, and, will attend to. any application by post or to himself per sonally at the Bridge Point Farm. James Graham having taken ,.the Bridge Point Farm, Fremantle, with an enclosed. Paddock of 100 acres is pre pared to receive Horses, and to guaran tee that they are properly watered. He is also prepared to supply lime per bushel, and stones at the most moderate prices per yard, and to deliver the same per agreement. Bridge Point Farm Fremantle, ) February 21, 1868. j

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 22 February 1868

HoLLowAY'S PILLS.---Weakness.and falling away-How nmany persons sutffer from debility, without knowing the cause ? In most cases the stomach is the aggressor. Holloway's Pills. have. long been 'jstly famed for regulating a rebel liounsstomach, and restoring its healthly digestiive tone., In. multitudes: of cases of wasting, with?l outassignable reason, where the .patient was dailygrowing weaker and worse, a course of these exceilent Pills has checked .the disorder, renewed the appetite, confirmed the digestion, stimulated the liver and'kidneys, and saved the sufferer. The Pills are mild, yet effective in' .action. It is truly marvellous to watch- how the; sallowness disappears, thIe..eyes brighten, the spirits revive, and the strengh returns before the correcting and purifying poweis of Hollo-[ way's balsamic Pills. tiHOLESALE importer of Drugs, SPhotographic. Chemicals, &c., &c. High Street Fremantle, -.in returng his sincere thanks to:, his, numerous patrons. and t...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE AMATEUR THEATRICALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 22 February 1868

THE AMATEUR THEATRICALS, The Perth; Amateur performers are entitled to the thanks of the inhabitants of Perth and the public at large for -the pains they take, and the trouble they put themselves to to relieve the monotony of colonial existance, and afford 'the community an innocent and harmless amusement. The performances on Wednesday and Thursday, thqugh conducted under great disadvantages, were successful be yond precedent., The difficnlties attending the getting up Theatricals in this Colony are known only to those who have attempted it, and it adds much to the credit of the present company that it has continued to exist the length of time it has. The migratory habits of all classes of our population render the keep,:. , ing together a Corps almost 'impossibi ?e :.": even where good management, forbearane, a ". . tact do keep it alive the constantchanges. are & , considerable drawback to the efficiency of the - Corps, and add materially to the labor and anxiety of manage...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. OUR MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 22 February 1868

CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. OUR MAGISTRATES. I aint written much lately to you nor no one else, and I dare say them as reads your paper-and they're pretty near everybody that can read-aint been a breakin' their hearts aboutit, but rather a clappin' their hands and rejoicin' that one fool in the world has learnt to keep his folly to hisself, which is about as wise a thing as a man can possibly do. But lord bless you, now a days when every body from a Chimley sweep to a Bishop is edicated, there aint no such thing as keepin' silence ; everybody's got' some thin' new to say, and he wont be done out of the sayin' of it. Here's a Bishop tryin' to prove to the christians of this enlightened age that the Bible's only a Riddle Book, and though they've tried ha~2 to make him keep quiet, and hav had him up and tried him, he's a talkin' and writin' away faster than ever. Then there's a woman, as ought to be takin' care of little children, darn in' stockin's, sewin' buttons on her hus band's...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 22 February 1868

GUILDFORD. . .... ,(From our Correspondent.) Sur'.qilet Town has been once more enlivened by aCricket Match which tookplace on the 14th tnatant,.between the Married and Single mem ,b la of our Olub. S o" rClu.e hliaving won the Toss, took the WitA - o oi 1 b'eloc k, and after scoring 34 fhi T-little more than an hour resigned the Bat trheir opponents, who felt determinedto inn6atinhe -hbChampions,. but who had in about the same length of time to asuccomb to the good bowling of Messrs Chester and. Allpike with a lead of 12.runs. .The Single again took the Bat andiit was evident to all spectators they were re solved to make a struggle for Victory. They played. this innings much better than the first, the Biatting of Mr. Allpike was really excellent carrying his Bat through the innings and scoring 48' runs. When the last stump had fallen it was .found their opponentshad 100 runs to beat them. ,:The mrarried again went in but evidently feeling :they?? had no chance of winning, and playe...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 22 February 1868

SECOND DAY. We have been obliged to postpone the second days races, the account of our correspondent having arrived too late for press. Bushman won the Ladie`Purse, Erin the settlers,- Annie Lawrie the Queens Plate. Red Deer the Conso-, lation Stakes, and Mr. Lockyer By-ever-so-far the Hack-Race.

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 — 22 February 1868

To the Editor of The Herald. MISTEER HERALD, - I hope: you will be af ther excusin' me for making bowld on yer attin shin an' finding fau't wid a wake point in yer paper, but, for the matther o' that, be Saint Pathrick I'm afther thinkin' its meself that's got plenty o' rayson to find fau't wid that same, ., mane thim bits o' Blarney'you ginerally put ia about Emigration and the-big fortunes wait ing on ivery spalpeen that's got sinse enough to cum out to this paradise o' the world ; an' be =the same token, wasn't it one o' thim bits o' Blarney in yer paper that invagled me into botheration; an' knocked the sivin' sinses out o' me wid spakin'about big wages an' chape mate, but, as it may sarve others to 'larn how the comather was shoved over me, I'll jist give you a taste o' my thravels an' shew you the way I was kilt. Well one mornin' I happened to cum into Coolbawn-Lord be wid it-an' dhropped into Pether Doolan's Shibbeen house for a thriflin' sinsation o' the'craythur.. What's th...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 22 February 1868

The following is an exact copy of a document found in the cell of a prisoner who has just been discharged from the Bath City Prison after three months' imprisonment for felony. Let us hope that a gentleman with such a turn for humor will not again be found a denizen of the "depart ment marked 26 on the plan," or of any other lodging in the quiet retreat which Mr. Pike keeps in such excellent order :--"To be Let, Ready Furnished, a very snug apartment in the City Bath Hotel, Twerton. The above Hotel is replete with every convenience, and is situated on the rise of a lovely hill on the left of the Lower Bristol-road, within 10 minutes of the Station, from which a Royal Bus will convey you. The Hotel has a beautiful view of Lans down, Beacon Hill, Beechen Cliff, with the whole of the city of Bath like a Panorama. The rustic village and Mills of Twerton is within 10 min utes' walk, and the healthful and soul-inspiring Combe Down. The Manager of the Hotel, or Governor, keeps it that resp...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BARNEY O'KEEFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 22 February 1868

.BARNEY O'KEEFiE. In sweet Tipperary the broth of a Boy I'was, I bate all the min, an' the woman's sole joy I was, Till times got so hard that quite out av employ I was, No brogues to his throtthers had Misher O'Keefe. Thin I wint to the Priest an' my case began stating now, The praties are black an' I want to be acting now, " Arrah jewel " says he " Cant you go Immigra ting now," An' out to Swan River came Barney O'Keefe. At Fremantle town when I first got to land asthore, I thought I'd be smothered wid big hapes o' sand asthore, But a" cockatoo farmer took me be the hand asthore, And promised big fortunes to Misther O'Keefe. Says he, " be the month I will give you a pound bedad, Wid mate boord andlodging~the best to be found bedad, In all.the whole counthry for fifty miles round bedad," Sureinmmadeupintirely says Barney O'Keefe. But whin I arrived at my destination sure, I'll niver forget the bewilderin' sinsation sure, That riz to my head at the big preparation sure, That was mad...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
REFORM MEETING PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 22 February 1868

REFORM MEETING PERTH. A very large and influential meeting of the principal settlers in the Colony took place yesterday at the Fremasons' Hotel, Perth, to consider the propriety of taking immediate steps to ensure Representative Government to this Colony. Shortly after 12 o'clock the large room of the Hotelbeganto fill and Mr. J. G. Lee Steere was unanimously voted to the Chair. The Chairman opened the proceedings by wishing that some one more adapted to the office had been chosen on this occa sion, the only recommendation that he felt he possessed was this, that he yielded to none in his desire to obtain the object for which this highly respectable and in fluential meeting'had been convened to day. It was not required here to discuss any of the arguments in favor of Rep're sentative Government, they were uni versally acknowledged and it was also uni versally felt that the time had come when they should be put into practice. He was happy to state that severalgentleman had come prepa...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WESTERN AUSTRALIAN RACES—1868. Under the Patronage of His Excellency the Governor. STEWARDS—G. C. Attfield, Esq., A. O'Grady Lefroy, Esq., K. Brown, Esq., and A. F. Lee Steere, Esq. CLERK OF THE COURSE.—J. G. Thomson, Esq. FIRST DAY. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 19, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 22 February 1868

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN RACES-1868. Under the Patronage of His Excellency the Governor. STEWARDS-G. C. Attfield, Esq., A. O'Grady Lefroy, Esq., K. Brown, Esq., and A. F. Lee Steere, Esq. CLERK'OF THE COURSE.-J. G. Thomson, Esq. FIRST DAY. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 19, 1868. If the frequenters of the Darby have reason to complain of the drenching tor rents, so characteristic of the English climate, we could afford as much of our Colonial fires, in the Heaven above, and the woods beneath, as after drying them up would produce a pleasant medium. Notwithstanding the excessive tempe rature on Wednesday, every vehicle'was in requisition, and visitors of all classes, and from all parts contrived to find both ways and means of getting on the ground; and when there of supplying themselves with whatever they, according to the lights afforded them, considered either refrigerative or restorative, from Brandy Baff, Shandy Gaff, Whitbreads double XX, toplain Jump .Jp, everyoneliquored to his fancy. And as yet w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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