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To the Heditur of the Errald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 November 1868

SITR;- t ied.itar fthe';-rra-;. .t I. X O ..Wot0- QIAdullan- to t"ie rskew 1 I!"'- - :,G'Charge, Ramsai, chalrge, Hcni'Baiy -ltHn . .. They havn't got a leg to stand upon! . :This subllym" ipiece of poetri his kdiom osedd hlexpressly'tor !i usik to be plade on the Horgan, ,by any.; .qo.the- Raitpayers as is able to .do it, h'except thef oible member for Sand-strete. who i koisiderg a~.werry peculiar kind ov ,pusson.and werrii uh. over. prfticler hin is rekwirements. SWot' am i tw (lo 'with him and is orse and karts. or is rekrasiunis ? HRi i like to ware iniihat ove.r iy.ise, who is to. purwent me ? Hif it-wos is at he luite oiler I i Wander how he. found out that i ad just. hesc.tped from aimsays ? there mast be traters in 'te kminlp,'or helse e must be Ia pusson of grate researchi andunkimmu n pene trasllin I boi and wot is e ? -Wi is c not he lected ilto some.i ipersiiu ? wi is e alloud to P iriaste is s;evtens hin:> nthe desert hare, i mene tlhe deserit'f S.-nd':l'aietew:- i ...

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 — 14 November 1868

..;. To the Editor of the Herald. SIR, Allow me to call your attention and that of thepublic of Perth, to a matter of extreme hardship, and"unidue severity on Ticket-of-leave holders inflicted in several instances of late, and for the entire facts of which I can vouch. Men employed cutting wood in the bush for parties living in Perth are obliged to go into towni at:certaiin intervals to get account of their work, and get"" squ.ared up" and as things are managed, it takes from two to three dys to do this. VWhile the men are staying in toi?n on a Pass durfng this timie, they are required for the most of the time tol be hanging on, or waiting ahoutn, and if-they are induced to drink too much dur ing these idle hours and get disorderly on the jiublic streets, they are locked up of course,. ind priunithied in s5ime way ; but tlhe hardship coin-. pliined'of is that men under these circiuistan ces, who neither get intokicated nor 4isturb the peace; are taken down to the lock up, and brough...

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 — 14 November 1868

To the Editor of the Jierald. SIR,-·~-·''..-: : ·-- ·: -~·ini In the Herald of the 12th Septembei last, ybou piubiisheld a plan sketchl.d out by inme. for a" Hairor Do/A at Fremantle, and in ysouir issue:. I:ist. SaturdIiy, I observed a letter: from- Mri. :Walter. Padbury, alluding to the subj'ect a urging the adoption of that, or some similar pro pisal. I have had niuch. conversation o ni thlie sutibjeet with many of our most intelliaent men connected with the commerce of.the colony,- and all agree that something MusT be done withuit niore delay to provide portal conveniences, unl!~i we are determined to sink the colony .into its urn level ofe twenty yeats ago-this is my opinon. t6oo, andit is ai so mly opinion that with a favorab y inclined Englishi moety market, and the approach-. in' advent of a New Governor suppbsed to hlti, progressive tendencies, we cannot do better than go tloroughly into the matter at once.. It matters little whose pl'n is adopted, whether mine m or any oth...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 November 1868

or Chamipion By, The :orget- ot." . iI " Bishep , inander ?. .wiil sad ifor theabov Poiat< ir pr about th9 20th iistaijd Has g exod lept acconimod4tioun for i passenge:s •-o.-Fr freight or pissage apply to0 . J.G.C. GAREPh;L u Or D. ]. P?ANCISO0, Eremantile. Sae by Auction AT FREANTLE. I!ESSR8. LIOii 9Ai1s60 & SON (GOVERNuMEX i'UCTIOXEERS,) WrILL Sell by Anetion, at theii" Store iii Cliff Street, on WE]DNESDAY n.ext, the 18th Insl~~nt : A IR GE variety of .oMerchandize, Scomprsins Iron Bedsteads, Prime $. A. Butter, Cape Raisins, Vinegar. Ccr rants, 8. A. Jams, Tea, Soap, CsavendishTo bacco, Swiss Cigars, Hlams, Bacon, P!an tation Coffee,--Ling Fish, Fre?rh Herrings, Arrowro.ot, Wa'ggoners Whips MoIdera tor Lamps, Nigh~t Lilghts, Tifles, Pairrz;fir Oil, Cloth Caps, Perfumneryi lk. :and Red Currant Jellies, Bottled .i'uifin Bi-t carb Soa, Muscatels, Felt HI .s &c, &c ALSO,- Will be offered, a.quaintity of Mr. P. Webser's well know.b.ij,.ues in ;Btit...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 November 1868

THE 'HER AL4D' -::. IS PUBlS. E - .. - -ERY SATURs)A Y.: mTlE TEDMIS OF SOTRCRIPTION AXE : iThro' the Post 25s. per annum. Pd "advance ( o; . own, 20s. " '« Pan SIGLE NUMBERS 6D. EACH. Fr;, st ' ADVERTISEMENTS. : , irst 8 lines, 3s. 6d., every additional line 3d. - .alf-prioe for each subsequent insertion. Ad ";vertisements for a quarter, or any longer period ' cb special agreement. : , :.. '. ~AGENTS. - TEnTT-MR. F. F. ARMSTRONG. NIWCAST-LE-MR. J. A. WROUTH. " •I'.NoiTiiAM.-MR. THROSSELL. " "'*Birfc'"-Ma. G. R. TEEDE . SBUSSELTON-?Mu. J. W. HUMPHRY. CHAMPION BAY-MB. I. WALKER, SMELBOURNE-MsESSRS. GORDEN & GOTCH, Sob Printing of all descriptions in the best styles For London Direct. ro Sail Positively the first week .... in January next| T TIrpHE A. 1. Barque S; BRIDGETOWN, -. *354 tons, E. Harris Comman dier, has superior accomadation f: fr cabin passengers. . The Bridgetown on Discharging her in ward cargo, will proceed to Champion Bay and back to Fremantle, thence to Bunb...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 November 1868

IT is a conceded principle that action and reactiion are always :equa-that the more vehemietly any-questti: nis disputed, the :more surely the exciteime'?t ill' collapse. We are .not di~iosed 'to doubt, :the' gene ral application. of this rule, andd as the *future existerice :of tins :colony depenids upon the carrying out of two objects, 'eo pledge odrselves to keep them;: constantly :before the public, and not to allow: the interest in them to flag-, until we are cer : tain that thle govering powers will accept the duty:ot' carrying'thein cut effectually the one being the increasQ of the. popu :iation .'by Inmmigration-the other the completion' of material improvements,, iinsuring.cheap transit by land and quick dispatch by sea. The most immediate, the most pressing and the most feasible of the two objects ,is the. increase of the population by means of.af.a..wvell considered system of Imniigra .tionf. ", . . . ' . . e ha~v.iOe -the means of effecting it in hand-or rather .we shoul...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 November 1868

,.: ;.Ai '::- ARRIVALS. N:, ov. 8.o . -FORGET-ME-NOT, scl ononcr, W. H.   Bisshop, imaster, from London, via Cap ? of Good Hope. . - - ' ' : '. ., - .11.-MARY ANN, 104 :tons, tCatpt 'Dempster, from,, Port Walcott. Passen'gers-Messrs. A. Dempster, 'W.S. Dempstcr, C, Broadhurst, .T. Anderson, and T. Mount cabin. Steerage-J. Ahderson.: Cirgo--144 • bales wriol, 48 bags, and 3 boxes pear! shells, and I box pearls. Same dly..-WILD WAVE, 28 tons, Cross, master, from Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers ,-Mrs. Cross, Miss Turner, Mr. Carson, J. Puokersgill, and daughter, P. Lee and daughter, and Mrs. Cookoo. - Cargo-36 casks butter, 257 bags potatoes, 6 bales leather, 144 pieces timber, 7 pkgs. merchandize, &c .. .... ;.. . IMPORTS.: . : . . Per FORGET-ME-NOT, from L0ndon :- 100 cases, FranriSico' rs ; 1 case, E. L. Courthope; 1. c'se; :Miss'Clifton ; 12 cases and I cask Governor Convict Establishment ; 149 plkgs. L. Samson ; 50 tierces, Barker & Gull ; 2 casks, E. bi...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 November 1868

To Cover. m ilHAT well known Horse "DRtAGON" GL . will stand for the 1st. August :next :. the, Newcastle Hotel. Terms- ti?nty-~five (25) shillings each. Mare; Any. person bringing three or: more IMares, one pound (£1) eaclh. . ": cDRAIGON" was got by that "elebra, l :te?iSuffolk-bred Horse "g'ESCAPE" ini ported by W. L.-rBcknia, l Esq, "out of a Mare got byMt Goo ch's HpERCoULES.ia " DRAGON" is a powerful Horse, free from vice, and warreoant;d staunch ,ein Hs:Driieis.o JOSEPH MONGER 2Newcastle, July 15th, 18b8. TO COVer. (EIR TATTON will stand for the k ~e ~o ?at Gingin, nnd will ieceive *Mark at 5 guineaseach, Gioom's ice in cluded. "SIR TATTON,' was bred by Sir Tatton Sykis e, in 1861f ago?, 0by " fD:ANIEL:O',fROURR:,: E" out of. " SLEIGHT OF HAND, grand clam by ' eOOMU -" herT 'dal by " OISEAUh out of tANNA MARIA" by "'STAM T'ORD.". See English Stud Book vol. 9 page 331. i SURPLICEo will'stand fIo the sea Mares at 4 guineas each, Geaioomsfe included0 but a reduction will be made ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SCRAPS. TO THE LONELY ONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 November 1868

SCRAPS. TO THE LONELY ONE. Yes,-you are-weary, but no care - Wi. I.ll others give to, such as-thiou; -i.-i~; N e'loying'hands will stroke thyi;: balr;-r :-Or smooth the furrows from??thy bro'w.; Thy life is desolate, tis tine, But -who will cheer thy gloom.ly hou's, Or round thly pathway seek to strew .A simple offering of flowers.:: i Art lonely when the twiihght comes, A ?nnd: care pof day is: at an end:, :- - .: .Whel others seek their halppy homes9si: , :{ :::,The evelimig hours in o:y to spend?:.i; ::? : It matters not-thy heart may break, T hy:- ..Thsdolma stray from all that' s good, No: o0ne thy hand will kindly takei.: , ;: : A':. nd lead thee from thy solitude.:- - Thy feet mayirander in the t?a~ck.: ' : .Where all that's evil holds its sw;ay-;i: : But who will pause to call'thel e back, " .':, Or asklthee not to go astray ?:-:i Thy friends ar?joyfuli:-not a :care - c:Perchance, :has fallen on tlheir brow ; Wh.- y should-the1, seek:the grief ito share, .: ht falls upon thy...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 November 1868

WrLA RTJTH)4 Your compinplts are of h most trivial nature and altogether uninteiresting to the public They may be truie anid ifso you hid betterwtrite to o the Coloni Secretary, who no doubt wo uld dect enquiry to be made into the matter . WV CoVERLE The subec is so pecuiliarly. peronal tiht we cannot give publication a.to your letter i i funrther hbellons or; you. accuse the 'indsviddl ofhthe crime of sublioina tion of perjury: SAT'URDAY, NO EMBER 21, 18 8

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 November 1868

-:'.:.? .-:i!'TR :'thfe Editoro:,,f The "Herald.-::'? ??( SIR,- oads ae univers owed to be oni-of. naiun pronioter s of ciiationf and posperit~ mid as theiconnc6tionof f one :partof the colony. iwith motihermiust ted to promote the good of hlie commiui;u'ity, bimust come to the conclusion tlihat:oc ofthe iecent acts of Government in bbitigblj tesil m~llamibitount paid to wards ivolk g theMLanduigrah l3err'y, cannot by any means be considerl edipublic benefit. The road-froii Fiir tleoi~'le t)Bunbulryis not a bye road, but has been: openifo? ?anumber of years,..'and the stop pg?: of tleimeians.of communication from one sideof t::tlie?r?to theolither, is causing great! inconvenience to the settlers around, as well as' to the public: It seemis rather hard to the peoplei m i\.~duftl h, that their only means of ceuvoeande s oild be thus abruptly terminated iea 'the smein timentlhe Government are bling brsd'.ss wiitihin three miles of -them cross-i thleSerpe~nrtii;e, for the.use of the set...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 November 1868

:I our'issiueof 'the 3l1st oft Oct'6 R diew attention to the Rieal Prope Aty cdt of South Aubtialif poiritiin out its ad& vantaoes andr ecomuiiending its adoption ini this colony :' Th inmdefeaSibilty of the title together with the simpliity and cheapness of aill transactions connected with real.property wheh brought under the provisions of the Act, appear to us to answer fully all the trivial objections made against the mea sure. -Perhaps the best argumenit thait can be used inu support of the Act is, thadt after a trial.of some years in South Aiis-: tralia, it is more popular now t.han-when first introduced, and. that most: ,Of .the other::.colonies, after watching . very;j closely its'worling in the. colony -which gave it birti, have adopted it, and finlit answers thie most sanguine expectations. It would be a mistake to fancy, as some probably do; that the Act would enable every man to; become his own lawyer. Nothing. could, be farther from the truth; lawyers are equally...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NICOL BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 November 1868

^We ave not been favoredwith .;.communication fron : Ni 6B:ay adii ,-etheref,.e sbut flw erunr-s to make ui - clsethb sidaAl~nsptitclisis ve cptirycp tin. thatf indicatos the advacicmaontiof tli setitemento adubpeiade alltnt it p du.ces by lnd a istea butboi on-.serv inaiked silncebon w?han hi ws te sieubj t of10 so mayominsom'ahns o ?hi par t of flihe setlrsi the wantt of tso e hblar oay and sifficient jpolice ipirta'tii Snoi is threi iesglihitest allustioto ithe staticeof thJa clain hplacen ita roa ae o ea hnot dispose to ebee ove di stanut colony, coinlit tt har e arg ca one, whose 'inteedenk ould scuicly ^be'e-peitedtofi ct iii feo Et i onate' butwe do' expect tt einte ifition s alifld Dbe afloided ifmeansLa b.eenplIced at his dlispoalby the Co mial to rvn diigi. tiS what:ip ose and to whit eenthlie ias alied thcni. We havehea'd ti at'Mi rlaiipfotn assuied geitlemen initerested in thepro. ress ofiNicotlBay Se tle nent, ,tat amplo modsiweretplacedatthe Reside' di Spos ithe 'alt d...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CRICKET MATCH. PERTH V. FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 November 1868

CPERI..CK MATCL . On Monid:vlast, tlt Cricket Seioope by fthe PeIrt eleviini ing' their aplper ,ance 'in iiremnantle, at 9 30 T fe arrived ini one ; of Mr e s a ins, flags flying,and .confide?t: of reversng th state of the Poll,ias ::it- 1?e?t as ef-tit he" clusioni of tie 'last s'asonl h e'T' Freimanle e e;ev8i1:did: •not assembIle tiilUafteisoni tiie, tani d thd'i. e 'i niriaed the abs~en of oldc.st~bhlshet-, ers ?i~~rked .... blSh... e.... ....... rs The result?poiiiig tlat :th~" cli?nges .....r get disadvantge o-ne good Ibatteiaendaielder, (P MonahanT) onarrivin with Inls 'bet onhis shoulderl found his plqnce :ppplie? ii ?ii .-:?:;ii i Fremnatle wenivkt :in iist anLd s8~,:~ oiedbt 6~4 the principal scdres beiig m ade:b? i?esis Mai mieon, 17, and St'ip'eton 16. T g and biowling of the Peith Eleven( epcilly th'it of Mr, Guieritz wasexcellent throuhobut. .The. Pertli eleven how went in aundcored 101 Thlie pjrin'cipil scorers being Ashton:~'6 Taylor 21 ,:; Guerit'z scored eleven, an...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. THE WRAITH OF REDBURN CASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 November 1868

~TIE STORY~-TE~LLER. 1TfHE WRAITH OF PEDBURN :-?:?hibli-: i:ad aero·s :h'ecn Sto?;y·::.f:\::- ho. ;;:: ,il~. :'i:?o :;1·i~7id, a- '5,,a.:?.}:e: :?= :: ?o lrr.?f]:. §'JASTLE ; to iethe night it blew .p chl-ly :iand dakh~ but the village t people, passin :?to and fnoi, along the narrow balcony hich rian acioss die secona stoiy of the old house-the ghostly dpanpery float ing in the wind, and the whita sorriuoul face half ievealed by the fl fulikght- of :emoohen hadi ng deep in clouds Amerd-ii onext nightai serene and the nextild tTheye began to say in the village that the wiaithF ::of -eduboin Castle was walkrti,'- again, and they whispered that it always boded :esosow to the h outse of dors.edbu - n -... AiBut-on day, just os they n l r on. glo y ;·:-eve.;of- stm, ting upon some-.excinsions.:.: :ieather hacused pahessed lf, and summer smilgged down ~ againa serene oe and beauti Therel: e?yf re bagretsing and 'picnic parties, riges rid walks, and .all manner of pleasant :exing in hes f...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CHAMPION BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 November 1868

wheati&oniithe-ltsi ilbumore'cspilyar ns" :rr';: whered itoissaiilo-st entiic ly desitroej d But taking godfl'ad *Bad thiroughout the adis trict ^teie will bacoiut one;thirdof.thelerops; s?.uve ? Ih.t. la .isn onethu'g: d ofi : thle a:nticipated; quan.tity ,ie-fore'thIe Rid Rt appeired Th ;districtigenierally ias 'averyglooniy appeianee. ]Mr. Manning is doing gieatthings m th photo graphic wa ?y -His portraits and pictuicsare excellent:, and gLve":the greatest satisfaction to the aiitiueon the thit ithl;2si fnor anid'5tons "brn 'and6Uard,hid te ifloTur sire took invltfiemintleThe Palestine cargoof il, oiegum.and! pearlshel o ^passengers.Lj:!

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
DRESSINGS FOR CEREALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 November 1868

)RESSINGS FO CEREAS TheiDiseisesin dWha Commision, amo ofher methods of carryijig outitheir -furictionsiii: obtained reportsfrom scientific :gentlemen oni" several matteri~ relating to tiiesubject of theinr enquiry. One of these rrports had reforecee to.the applicabilit? i:f:: ie: and sulphur, andI:::{ lime and u lphuric acid as a dressing for cereals " . . . . '"Gasiver, March 2, 186 As r eqesdI beg to offer . the fol. 1owin~r remarksupon the application of 'iul-' ' phuric.acid aid luirias a dressing for cereals.:':, "1 Stllfic?hu ri?a cid added to lime wouild only form sulphate ot lime, or gypsum. "' 2. Gypsum. is found abundantly, and is? when hurnt, the-ivwell known plaster of paris:. It can bieblip?hld to land in powder, either ; raw or burnt:- If burnt it is apt to set haird,. when moistened, :andi shobuld' therefore "be iargely miied sitl~'ii;df:slaakd liii- shell dust, sand, or dry erthebr o ashes- and sowni broaddast;or it:nayri belsowna . by itself :-in -j? weather- As 'it...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
IRWIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 November 1868

So.r. .'Croi. our.oI w C:orresponidnt ., thac.ire is :ieo?litl seio?dieq'i -iaghere , that thr srcicey l; 'yth:ing well iihgitne g ab teal hesorinktteopic th e farmer, tle traded ustn 'tetiiheapwr, the hpublicanol f aeikrstiffec feigd~iot~.~:;tuirriale~sthoity that ther ':~i;ii~ liiloe tha-n66 2,00gs of0.: gra .?f?.' pe'n in this district, ahidaseasoui.areJ aware t:I:'t lame;n~~'iile to se pe;our.:spnendid o b 0kit i c:` -liihh"?aippear'. jUst :ready .for,. thle:: sickle;, abiut:. oisful ugran of cowe ii 'in :th uhetdS: icnteatio: i harley crope hs eonsciped, bcit.s 3dii' s "o inducemenit to grow these grains, oe?qatt.e, tfarmers have very little in this yejrA-it is ~ai:mystery to.most of us how we.are toelike tillhnext season, unless the Governmenti atd iiacudredtoarelieye us of. the Reits,i andt bfoide' eed fo: tiiose farmers whr aine ina~i? aii.: Aioan-iiamied Saunders got his lett obrbi I tir. tmwo sin.e; by his hdrse .:tlkinddohin gpii't~ic pbst'p: eSomic fostr ainr tle iicile ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 November 1868

1 0lipmgh is nopoeh~ w'y pr ellborne· to F.emant~le, whe,: se hi? s expco ed shoi:-:1 to aliie: She ,will be dispatched for. the: above iport \i'ithdut delay, she "ha~ i ?cciimimodation.P*for 60 Horses, aind as 1G?lithrrest of hicr freigh~ t is engagedsh?l.willhav? " quick dispotch, .carly applicaution; is tliref oee niecessary. This spleidid ship acknowledged to boe p ne of the finest ce-r see;n i: these .p irt:, Df 'ers aiavofiableopportiunity to passe gers proeediuig t- In dia, as friomri hei twell-kiailin gailinii ?aulitiegs, she is ,cer. a i of mtn akin a- quickp assage: ,:.:.i:.. ' or.Freight c. Pa~isa~ge appl-y to;d::.. - :ALEXANDER OUMMING& Co. Perth, November 20, 1868. o T[ S IV E S A L OF QVER 1,000 Packages OF First-Class lierchandize. !!:: MR. .l) B FPA.NCISCO HA. iegeived instructions fron"m .( the CQ:I. signiee, to ofher by Public Auction, at his Looms on WEDNESDAY, 2nd Decembe , the above extensive ship ment of goods, cousisisting Y OUN(TER b Scotch Aiivle hhd...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 21 November 1868

THE 'HE R?A L)D' IS PUBLISIED EVERY SATURDAY. THE TERIIS OF SUBWCRIPTION ARE:- orhro' the Post 26s. per annums. Pd.inadvance :- t.l:wn , 20s. " ,," J d,?,,c - INCGLE NUITBERS 6D. EACH. ADVERTISEMENTS. .. F:- ,.irst8 lines, Ss. 6d., every additional line 3d. i:alf-price for each asubsequent insertion. Ad er:-.':-tisements for a quarter, or any longer period b.:::' special agreement. AGOENTS. :' .::: PERT-MR. F. P. ARMSTRONG. N TwcAsTL--ME. J. A. WEUTH. NoRTrA,r,--fMR. THROSSELL. BITBURY-- MnR. G. R. TEEDE. BUSSELTON--MR. J. W. HUMPHRY. CHAMrPION BAY--M?IR. I. WALKER, 4EELBoUnNE--MErSSnS. GORDEN & GOTCH •: °ob Printing of all descriptions in the best style' For London IDirect. 'o Sail Positively:the first week in January next. THE A. 1. Barque * I BRIDGETO WN " 354 tons, C. S. HarrisComman cder, has superior accomadation for cabin passengers. The Brid2getozwn on Discharging her in ward cargo, will proceed to Champion Bay and back to Fremantle, thenice to Bunbury. All wool inte...

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