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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 July 1867

NO TICE. H E owners of the brig 1_ " " EXA NYM"PH will not hold themselves responsible fibr .any debts contracted on said ship .or crew, -without the authority of the under 'signed. wM. HENRY FISHER. June 4th, 1867. YORK. iM..: MONTHLY SALE. F/R. THOMAS BAILEY begs to .L inform the. settlers of the York District, that he will hold a Sale by Public Auction on the York Fair Ground on the second Saturday in each month, at 12 o'clock, sharp. SAll parties wishing to dispose of stock or any other description of property, are requested to give early notice of. the samine. Auction & General AgencyOffice, :Yorlk, 27th February, 1867. !MR. T. BAILEY A~ U OTIONEEIR, House and Estate 1 Agent, York. Rents and debts collected on the most reasonable terms. I. MR. T. BAILEY takes this oppor t?unity of thanking the public for the patronage he has received, and trusts by attention to business, punctuality agd acciracy, to merit a continuance. TO BE D I SPO SIED OF. A FIRST CLASS HARMONIMUTM '...

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 July 1867

TO OUR SUBSORIBERS. It is purposed to publish at the end of THIS and each succeeding month, in time for the outgoing Mails, an extended Supplement of 12 columns, containing in ad dition to the usual Summary, all the most interesting articles that have appeared during the month. The Supplement will be furnished to subscribers THIS month on re mission of four penny postage stamps. After this quarter, which ex pires on the 1st August, the Supple ment will be furnished gratis to subscribers who pay quarterly in advance. Subscribers residing at a dis tance, can have the Supplement forwarded to any address they wish, by enclosing it with the necessary stamps to, this offce. STUR Y, JULr 20, alb7. SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1867.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 July 1867

WHILE the public mind is still painfully occupied with the late intelligence-re specting the two missing vessels-intelli gence which leaves little hope of their safety-we venture to bring forward the subject of Coast Surveys. The necessity that the hidden reefs and shoals, abound ing along the North West Coast, should be surveyed and accurately laid down upon charts, has been rudely pressed upon our notice, and it will not receive the less attention because there is every reason to fear that many homes have been made desolate from neglect of the service. No one would rejoice more than ourselves to learn that the missing ves sels had arrived safely in Port, but we protest against the heartlessness of those who, under the shallow artifice of sparing the feelings of sorrowing friends, hold out delusive hopes of their safety, merely to screen the culpable neglect of Government. Our respected contempo rary, the Inquirer, affects to contemn cer tainm views expressed upon this subject last...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 20 July 1867

.; bQiyp~ng *uter~i~gnce. ARRIVALS. July 13, NORWOOD 788 tons, Bristow Mas ter, from London, with 253 convicts, 4 Warders and 2 wives, 30 pensioner guard and 18 wives, 30 childern, Surgeon Superintendent, Dr. Saunders, Religious Instructor, Mr. Irwin. Same day,-STANLEY, I16 tons, Gibson, Mas ter,from Singapore. Cargo, 303 bags sugar order, 1 case prints, W. Padbury. 52 packages rope, 18 bags coffee, 228 bags sugar, 8 tubs of sugar candy, 1 packet of fans, Executors of late G. Shenton. 20 bags rice, 30 do, 10 boxes sago, 320 bags sugar, 5 bags of black pepper, 10 do white, 20 bags coffee, 40 packages rope, 200 boxes tea, J. G. C. Carr. 15 bags sugar, 6 do rice 4 half chests tea D. K. Congdon. 5 half chests tea, 31 bags sugar, 5 do rice J. Wellard. 350 boxes sago, Carter & Co:. 1 box China preserves, 1 do sago, 1 do sundries, 1 packet chessman, R. King. 16 bags rice, 1 salt petre, 4 coffee 1 white pepper, J. Lidelow, & Co:. 75 bags sugar, 10 do rice, 2 black pepper, 1 ...

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THE BAGMAN'S STORY. (An original Tale.) [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 July 1867

THE BAGMAN'S STORPY. (An original Tale.) A reminiscence of bygone perils stirred the Bagman's breast, and lighted up his peaceful countenance with an enthusiastic S glow; when the Mexican question was broiught on the 'tapis', one winter's night, in the 'Old-Crown Inn at Man chester. The occasion was propitious for : . a yarn; the nights were long, the liquor was good, and the Commercial gents seated round the fire, were disposed to listen ivith becoming reverence to the travelled wisdom that dropped from their comrade's lips; when, laying down his pipe he thus began : Some years ago I was induced by the representations of a friend to .invest the greater portion of my savings in a venture of.fancy goods, and to ship them and myself on board the 'Flowery land,' bound from London to Omoa-I was told that these goods would command a rapid sale in Mexico, and that my profits would be something like three hundred per cent. In thbse days I was young and foolish, and had yet to learn that th...

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CHIPS BY A SANDALWOOD CUTTER. ADVICE GRATIS [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 July 1867

CHIPS BY A SANDALWOOD CUTTER. ADVICE GRATIS "What's the thing people gives away with the greatest pleasure to themselves and the greatest pain to others?" asks Bob Blunder of me one day, "Dont know" says I unless its a lickin;' "No," he says, "its advice. "I'm prutty near ravin' a listenin' to my old gaffer advisin' me about one thing and another, but most 'specially about takin' a drop too much, a thing as I don't see much harm in, as I said to him. Why look here master "say I," its much of a muchness with me and MVr. Highhead, we both spends, me in what makes me feel com fortable like, and independent as, the jolly Governor, and he in what dont do him no good, a pack of finery for Mrs. Highhead and them precious darters of his, as is about as proud as peacocks, and more useless. Lord you should see 'em. Sundays going to church 'nough, on their backs to start a drapers shop with. First time I noticed 'em, I was walkin' along Saint George's Terrace in Perth, the sun was a shinin', a...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 July 1867

.. .. . I .__ . .... lisrIe anut ou : What wind does a hungry sailor lik best One that blows foul, and then chops, and then. comes in little puffs. When a Bank fails, what would you .call a sovereign remedy ?--To pay twenty shillings in the pound. The man who carried out his moral: resolution did not bring them back again. "Mr. S- , is your customer B---a man to be trusted ?"-" I know of no. one more so. He is to be trusted for ever-he never pays." SA. sick glutton sent for the doctor.. "I: have lost my appetite," said he, in great alarm "It's not of the slightest consequence," said : the doctor; "you'll be sure to die if you re cover it. Ma said a little girl who had just commen - ced her lessons in geography, whereabouts : shall I find the state of Matrimony ?-Oh! replied the mother, you will find' that to be one of the United States. Which is the longest'letter.in the alphabet ? O, because there is no end to it. Jews, says a proverb, ruin ,themselves at their Passover; Moors, at ...

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IN LOVE OR NOT IN LOVE? THAT IS THE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 July 1867

IN LOVE OR NOT IN LOVE ? THAT IS THE QUESTION. :. " The amount of it is," said handiome Harry Harvey.to his friend Tom iRaw lins, at the end of a long and confidentil conversation, "the amount of it is, I'm in a confounded scrape. I've gone a lit tle too far perhaps, in my attention; the girl's over head and ears in love with me, and I don't see how I'm to get out of it with honor. I. don't like the idea of broken hearts; and that sort of thing but what is a fellow to do? I've no more thought of marrying than I have of tuimning preacher.. Come give. uis your advice, old fellow." Tom eyed his friend: with:: :a merry twinkle in his eyes; a sagacious and mis-: chievous smile played round the -corner of his mouth as.he replied,'" Nothing easier in life, Harry; than. to get o:lt of the scrape,' as you call it, if you. want 'to do SO." . " How--how ?" asked Harvey eagerly. "You say she's handsome, witty, ami able, and accomplished," said Tom, ' Yes," returned Harvey, " Well then," said To...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 July 1867

To the Editor of Tke Herald. SIR, There is an old saw, bequeathed to us by our forefathers, about the wisdom of "giving a sweep the wall," and, under ordinary circum stances, this concrete illustration of a great truth is doubtless worthy of every attention. Snobs have existed ever since the world began, nor was it long before somebody noted, as a peculiarity belonging to every variety of the specieL, that a snob in a rage invariably be comes abusive. It was observed too that his hardened hide is proof against the shafts of polished irony ;]that he is ignorant of the laws and usages of honorable warfare, and disposed to entrench himself in Billingsgate. Hence when the object of his wrath happens to be a gntleman, the latter must either drop his cour teous bearing, and stoop to his foe's ignoble weapons,-or give him the wall. The unanimous decision of the European world has branded the British snob 'pur ct simple' -that most respectable of vestrymen and ratepayers, who in another mon...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 July 1867

WE suppose the hints thrown out in these columns a few weeks since, show ing the practicability of constructing a breakwater for the protection of ships in harbor, and pointing out the means whereby so desirable a work might be accomplished, will be suffered to fall to the ground unheeded. Though all men can see its necessity, and many are able to declaim in eloquent terms in its favor, there seems not to be a single individual, sufficently patriotic, to start a Memorial or other public demonstration, so as to bring it under the notice of Government. A coasting vessel is blown ashore, and the fault is laid to her taokle. A ship or two drag their anchors until they are brought up by grounding upon a sand bank,, and then it is the rottenness of the bottom that is com plained of.: lMerchants, and underwriters are thus saddled with no end of expense, and, when paying the cost, they execrate the harbor, and all that belongs to it. They forget that they came to the harbor, and that it did...

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Public Opinion. For the statements and opinions of our Correspondents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 July 1867

$ublit @pinion. For the statements and opinions of our Corres pondents, we do not hold ourselves responsib le. To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, Idleness, or having nothing particular to do, is a great inducement, nay rather a strong temp tation to a man, or woman, to be mischievous. I am blessed, or cursed, according to the pecu liar idiosyncracies of different individuals by having very little to-do, and am often a little puzzled how to get through the day. One wearies of watching the bubbles that rise, float and burst on the stream of life, and so to help to kill time, I have lately become a mem ber of one of those schools for the dissemination of discontent among working men, yelept Me chanics' Institutes, and for the gratification of a taste I have for laughing at the follies of mankind as exhibited in the various productions of the Press, Iscan the columns of our three local Jour:nals; the Wednesday Sycophant, the Friday Blusterer and the Saturday Reviler. I am amused with the...

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SUMMARY. SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 July 1867

SUMMARY. SOCIAL. This.month has been rendered memor able in the history of the colony, by a series of melancholy catastrophes that have thrown a gloom over the colony deeper than was ever before experienced. Immediately after the dispatch of our last Summary, occurred the fatal accident to the Iarbor Master's boat by which five lives were lost, including the Harbor Master, Captain James Harding. On Sunday, the 23rd of June, it was blowing a heavy gale from the North West, and the /y and tStratmore, anchored in Gages' Roads dragged their anchors. The latter vessel having signalled that she was "bumping abaft," the Harbor Master put off to her, the sea running very high and agaleofwindblowing. Havingboarded the ship, he was rerentering his boat, when she swamped, capsized and al hands perished, except one man who clung to the boat, and was washed ashore. When the boat swamped it was darlk, and the mas ter of the Strathfmore unable to lower his own boats in such a sea, threw spars and ...

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OPENING OF THE NEW ODD FELLOWS' HALL FREMANTLE [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 July 1867

OPENING OF THE NEW ODD FEL LOWS' HALL FIREMANTLE On Tuesday the 25th inst, the members of this society met at Mr. Marmions' Hotel, which was gaily decorated with flags, and forming in procession marched to the New and spacious Hall lately erected by them. The streets were crowded with pleased spectators, and the town wore quite a holiday ap pearance. Mr. DeLeech's splendid new Omnibus the DILIGENCE, bringing with it several of the Perth brethren created quite a sensation, and was much admired. The day which at first looked very unpromising cleared up, and the brethren walked in procession to the Hall in the following order. BAND. Br. Wrightson, O. G. Br. Tapper, I. G., (with drawn swords.) BANNER. Brothers of the White Degree, in twos. Br. McIntosh, P. G. (bearing Corn.) SBrothers of the Blue Degree, in twos. Br. G. D. Ralston. P. G., (bearing Flowers.) Brothers of the Scarlet Degree, in twos. Br. A. McGregor, P. G., (bearing Water.) Brothers of the Gold degree, in twos. Warden, Br....

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 July 1867

ZLoaI *ntdeiUgentet MR. and Mrs. Geo. Case, whose abilities are~the theme of general admiration wherever they appear, gave one of their unique entertainments yesterday evening at the Odd Fellow's Hall in this town, and certainly nothing more perfect in its way could possibly be desired. The personations of Mrs. Case were given with the fidelity, grace, ease and finish of an accomplished artiste, but without anything that could he designated, ' stagey.' Mr. Case's performances on the concertina and violin were a great treat to people with musical tastes, and the hearty applause he received was a good proof that it was understood and appreciated? No one who can go should neglect doing so. We wish Mr. and Mrs. Case every success in their visit' among us for they thoroughly deserve it. 0-o- OnUR quiet town was thrown into consideruble alarm about midnight of Saturday last by the ringing of the bell at the Establishment and sound of the bugle. A number of persons rushed into the streets ...

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H. M. CREW MEMORIAL FUND. Fremantle. July 23rd 1867. To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 July 1867

H. M. CREW MEMORIAL FUND. Fremantle. July 23rd 1867. To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, I have observed with pleasure an attempt to erect some memorial to the late Harbour Mas ters' Crew. Having, with others, subscribed to this object I, with them, beg to express an opinion as to the way in which the Fund should be expended and with all deference, submit that a Head Stone of each deceased is not the proper way. I find that two of the latecrewwere Roman Catholics, one a member of the Church of England, andthe fourth, a Dissenter. This will evidently entail the expense of cutting three inscriptions (this last process being a shamefully dear one in this colony) whereas, a neat obelisk erected near the South Jetty, say in the small reserve be tween the Custom House and Commissariat would only require one inscription, and would be put up at one third of the cost required for the three head stones. If the bodies were inter red in one spot, the project for erecting a me morial over the whol...

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Mining Reports. Victoria District 29th June, 1867. REPORT No. 40. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 July 1867

flining Reportv . Victoria District 29th June, 1867. REPORT No. 40. SIR, In forwarding you my 50th Monthly Report I beg to call your attention to the foilowing productive points of operation. No 1 STOPES BACK 40 S. W. Working by 2 men, lode at this point in a very unsettled condition, being 6 teet, composed of Quartz, Carbonate of Lime and Lead, producing of the latter 2½ tons per fathom. No. 2 STOPEs BACK 40 S. W. Working by 2 men, lode quite characteristic of above men tioned stope, 5 feet wide, producing 3 tons lead ore per fathom. No. 3 STOPES BACK 40 S. W. Working by 2 men, at £3 15s. per fathom, lode 2 feet wide, producing 2± tons lead ore per fathom. No 4 STOPES BACK 40 S. W. Working by 2 men, at £3 15s. per fathom, lode 2 feet wide, producing l tons lead ore per fathom. This point of operation will shortly improve. No,. 1 STOPEs BACK.30 S. W. Working by 2 men, at £3 per fathom, lode 3 feet wide, producing 2± tons lead ore per fathom. No 2 STOPES BACK 30 S. W. Working by 2 me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 July 1867

i:.I For Madras Direct. T1a HE fine clipper ship __ NO]?WOOD A , 849 tons register, Mr. Frank Bristow, ·commander, will sail for the above port on or about the 15th of August next. Has ample and superior accommodation for cabin and steerage passengers. For freight (not being horses the space for which is all engaged,) or passage Apply to, C. A. MANNING, Agent Fremantle. Fromantle, July 25, 1867. NOTICE. THE BOY'S SCHOOL, respecting which circulars havebeen distribu ted by post, among the inhabitants of Fremantle, is now open, and pupils can be entered daily between the hours of 10 and 4. " H, M. CRE W. IN MEMORIAM. I N pursuance of a resolution passed at a Public Meetingheld in Fremantle, July 17, 1867, Rev. Joseph Johnston, Chairman, that Head stones with a sui table inscription upon each should be erected at the graves of the late Harbour Master's Crew, and that subscriptions should be generally invited for that purpose, the Public are hereby respect fully informed that Donations,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 July 1867

NO TICE. .x.? u _J. JE ;, J_ , 7'HE owners of the brig .N " SEA PYMHP will not hold themselves responsible for any debts contracted on said ship orcrew,, without the authority of the under signed. WM. HENRY FISHER. June 4th, 1867. Sale by (Auction. MR. T. BAILEY HUs received instauctions from Mr. John lFleay, to Sell by Public Auction, at his residence' Gilgarring Beverly, on WEDNESDAY, 20thNovember, 1867. S.At 12 o'clock precisely. 90hO3 0 SHEEP (more or less), SUU Consisting, of EWES and LAMBS. TERMS AT TI?E OF SALE. For Further particulars apply to .the Auctioneer. Auction and General Agency office, ': York, 17 July, 1867. YOR K. IMONTHLY SALE. : . THOMAS BAILEY begs; to inform the settlers of the. York District, that he will hold a Sale by Public Auction on the York Fair Giootd on the second Saturday in each month, at 12 o'clock, sharp- . ~Al parties wishing to dispose of stock or any other description of piroperty, are requested to give early notice df ' ltie same. - Sia;mion ,...

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 July 1867

TO OUR SUB8cRIBERS. In future our lMonlhly Sum mary for England will be pub lished as a Supplement, and given gratis to subscribers. Country subscribers wishing it forwarded by each outgoing Mail can do so by sending the address to this offce . The quarters subscription is due on the 2nd August next, and ice have to request our subscribers to pay their amounts to our agents as punctually as they can. A liberal discount will be allowed to persons paying in advance. Pay ments can be made in postage Stamps.

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Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 July 1867

DEPARTURES July 25.-FLYING FOAM, for Port Walcott; SEA NnMPH, forEBatavia; Coasters-Swan, SEA BIRD and; FAVORITE for Champion Bay. IN HARBOR Cockburn Sound-STRATHMORE, loading ;IvY loadings; Agent-C. A. Manning. STANLEY, from Singapore, discharging; Agents-J. & W. Bateman. Gages' Roads-NoRwoon (convict ship), dis charging Government Stores; Agent--C. A. Manning, SALvIA, from Adelaide, discharging ; Agent-T. & H, Carter & Co. Coasters-WILD WAVE, loading for Bunbury and Vasse; SEA SPRAY, loading for Champion Bay ; MAuvE, CLARENCE IPACKIET, LES TROIS IAMIs, SPECU LAOTR and ALAERT,

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