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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 27 July 1867

BIRTH. EICHBAUM.—At Fremantle, on the 26th of   July, the wife of Assistant Commissary General EICHBAUM, of a son. SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1867.

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 3 August 1867

OFlisrcelantouu + A dentist presented a bill for the tenth time to a rich skinflint. "It strikes me," said the latter, "that this isa pretty round bill."--"Yes," rplied the dentist, "I've sent it round often enough to make it appear so, and I have called now to get it squared." A few nights since, just before retiring to rest, Mrs. Bubble said to her husband, "I shall not take my watch up stairs to-night, dear; so for safety I will hang it against your photo graph likeness over the mantelpiece.' ,-" Ah," said Mr. B., turning to his bosom friend, "you are like most suspicious wives, I see : you want to set a watch over your husband." Mrs. B. pretended to remove it, but she didn't. A jolly fellow had an office next to a doctors. One day an elderly gentleman of the old fogy school blundered into the wrong shop. "Dr. X. in ?"--" Don't'live here,' says P., who was in the full scrabble over some important papers, without looking up.-" Oh II thought this was his office.-'-" Next door."-"Pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 3 August 1867

NOT IC E. C. REICHBE .RG,. .. WORKING DENTIST W ILL visit the. Southlern Districts, leaving for Bunbury on the 31d instant, for the purpose of receiving : and" executing orders, and waiting upon .par. ties who may desire his services. ARTFIICIAL MiINERAL TEETH, with all the latest; improvements, mIade and fitted in gold, or1 vuilcanite-guarz,,nu . teed to wear well, and comfortably. ALSO, ARTIFICIAL GUMS: :) with Teeth in cases where the Gtiistia~sha: been lost. :.-.. Mir. Reichberg calls attentioi to his new mode of fixing Teeth on the suctiori principle, which requires no: springs or: other fastenings. Lettersaddressed to hiii at B3unbury, will receive prompt attentionl.; Terms will be made ttl sui.to i the con+-?: nience of those requiri~i hhis servic~ds,aitd .. may behalf cash, and~ihlf colonialpr-i?cld i

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WAGES AND EARNINGS OF THE WORKING CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 3 August 1867

WAGES. AND: EARNINGS. O?? THE WORKING CLASSES, A statistician whose- labours have for some time past influenced the action of our politicians, Prof. Leone Levi has: brought within a small space a mass of facts relating toe labour and itsr remuneration.. In. his introductory remarks on. the present rates of wages per week ie observes,. '" The general average rates resulting from the extensive inquiry hereafter instituted appears. to be, for adult males, 22s.. Gd. in England and Wales,.20s. 6d..in- Scotland, 14s. 4d. in Ireland ; for boys and. youths, under twenty, Gs. 6d. in England,. 7s; 8d: in Scotland, 6s. 2d. in Ireland ; for adult women: 12s. 6d..in England, 10s. 6d. in Scotland, and 9s. 9d, in Ireland; and for girls, 8s. 6d. in England.,8s, 2d. in.Scotland, and 7s. 4d.. in Ireland. The total average of the United. Kingdom being: 19s. for adult males, 7s. 3d. for boys under twenty, lls. for adult women, and. 7s. lOd. for girls,"' In his remarks on the expen diture; of the worktn...

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EPITAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 3 August 1867

EPITAPH. The following beautiful and touching lines, by Dr. Alexander, Dean of Emley, on the death of the Rev. R. H. of Derry, who died of typhus fever, caught while visiting his poor parishoners, we are sure will be read with pleasure by every lover of true poetry; " Down through ouir crowded lanes and closer air O Friend I how beautiful thy footsteps were. When through the Fever's waves of Fire they [trod, A form was with thee like the Son of God. 'Twas but one step for those victorious feet, From their day'si walk, into the golden street ; And they who saw that walk, so bright, and [brief, Have marked this marble with their Hope and [Grief."

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THE TRAPPER'S CABIN. A LEGEND OF THE PRAIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 3 August 1867

THE TRAPPER'S CABIN. A LEGEND OF THE PRAIRIE. ' Heigh-ho! A light, feathery, but ice cold particle had gently touched the cheek of the speaker, and roused him from the reverie into which the monotony of the scenery had thrown him. He wiped it off, but as he did so, another settled upon his brow, and looking hastily around, he perceived the air filled with circling snow flakes. And even as he gazed, they gathered themselves into fleece-like clouds shrouding the dim sunlight and whiten ing the brownprairie. Here was a dilemma ! and Hugh Lori mer, brave man as he was, quailed at the prospect before him. He was travelling on what is now known as " the military road," between Fort des MIoines and Fort Dodge, but which in those days,. when Iowa was yet the home of the red man, was but little better than the wild trail of the savage. Easy to lose in broad day light, how fearful was the chance of gal loping far away from it in a snow-storm, with night coming rapidly on ; and, once lost on t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 3 August 1867

PERHAP Sbne of .the -greatest d~rawbacks tio our~ocial and?Commercial progress. s. terests 'of'the community at large. A man mhay se tliat, by pursuing a ceitaifY line of actioh, he will obtain a definite result, whichp' tends to increase his prosperity; and, in such a case, he will probably lab?:r toiachieve the object'he deems with ii lsi each. Selfishness alone is sUffi ientto stimulate most men to exertion. But there are also many instances where a pkrticular line of conduct might, if acted upon; be of vast importance to the welfare of tlihlewhole commitity, without promising any great or immediate advan fstage to an individual. And here it is that' the want of a corporate body is most :felt.: Every man is not by nature a phil anthropist, ready to sacrifice his time and imaoney to a?bh vance the interests of his fel lows a~rd i is just pssible that the speies is rarer in Western Australia than in some:0otht -parts of the world. "Let the" ai: se' "arise from whatever circum staic...

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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 — 3 August 1867

For the statements and opinions ofour Corres ponldents, we do not hold ourselves responsible. To the Editor of The Herald. SIR, : Will you kiudly find space in your columns for a few remarks from a Boatman. Your edition of Saturday last gives some par ticulars of a Meeting of " Working Men " in Fremantle respecting a memorial of the sad ca tastrophe of Jlune 23rd. It is undlisputable "Working Men " here are notlostwhen sympathy and energy arerequired as was pirovenatthe meeting; but nothing seems to have been mooted as to the ill-paid and ineffi cient nature of the crews empl6yed. Now no competent Sailor or Boatman will join the Harbor Master's crew, or Pilot, and above all no thoroughly experienced coxswain can be obtained. Why? Simply the.pay is so miserably small ! Second only in importance in the port in that department is the Coxswain of the Harbor Master's Boat-His duties multi farious and highly hazardous and responsible, far more so than the Water Police Coxswain, and yet th...

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PRESERVED MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 3 August 1867

h.PRESERVED MEAT... We: give the following interesting extract from the Australasian. The su~bject is deserving of-the attention of our own community, as in all probability, should th& Northern settlements si~icceed, we sliall be compelled to find a foreign mar ket for our meat : .." There are no two regions of equal magnitude more like and more unlike each other than the vast districts which are re spectively watered by the tributaries of the Australian Mlurray and the South American La Plata.' In parts the simila rity is so great tha;t the traveller ac qcuainted with both might be in doubt in which quarter of the world he might for the nonce happen to be. actually placed. Substituting wild oxen and wilder horses for sheep, black-visaged Spanish guachos for stock-drivers and shepherds, the lasso for the stockwhip, and savage Indian horsemen for our own aborigines, we should arrive at almost afac-simile. The land belongs to the 'squatters, as withus, but the stock having acc...

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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 3 August 1867

Correspondents are requested to forwa'd all communications intended for insertion, on or before Wednesday morning, except when the subject reats of passing events, in which case thley can be eceived as late as Thursday morning. CockAToo BOB :--Enoughl has been, saidupon the subject. AN OLD VETERAN :--We Cannot publish your communication, It would most likely involve us in a law suit. PINJ.AIRRAR VOULUNTEERS :--Oetry with thanks, but it will not march into our columns, the lines are too extended. - A CHEERFUL lRATEP1AYEi :-Perth, shall ap pear in our next. SIEGIs :--WVith thanks. Enough was said in our last issue aboutit. Itwas hardly worth the notice that had been taken of it, at the same time we are much obligedto our friends for their expi~Tssidns of synipathy.

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STATISTICS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 3 August 1867

STATISTICS OF NEW S0 UTH WALES. The Government has published a Sta tistical view of the progress of the colony from the year 1821 ·to 1865 incl.sive. It gives much interesting. information to those who take an .int;eresf? in cblonial advancement. We: give the :followinig extracts. " During that period the podpulation has risen from 28.783 to 411,388. ' The general revenue has increased. from 56, 2311. to 1,938,6561. If however, we take from'the period of the gold discovery to 1865 we get a more striking view of the advancement of this community. It must, however, be remembered. that since that period Victoria and Queensland have been separated from New South Wale~s, and that a large tract of country has been appropriated to South Australiai, in which, however, colonisation is but 1i its infancy. In 1851 the population was 197,168; In 1865 it was 411,388. In 1851 the marriages were 1,915; in 1865 they were 3,578. The schools in 1851 were 423; In 1865 they were 1,059. The number of ch...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 3 August 1867

: To the Editor of Th e Herald. S IR, -. Although I have been for some weeks silent on the.subject of "' Mlonopolies," I have not.for thilat:.eisbn been the less attentive to what was paSsingaround me. I have but waited until eventsl? which I foresaw must happen sooner or later, could he:cited in support of statements put forward in my former papers. upon this subjcct. IFodr example ;-I stated in. my second paper flitt if a ship could be proved to have bein unsieaworthy at the commencement of her voyage, :losses, arising from damage dore to cargo ~,while in such ship. must fall upon the owners. The Tartar, and Lady Louisa are kniowni t' have been unseaworthy v.hen they left this; pbrt, and we have a still later instance before us in the case of the Strathmore. She damaged goods on her outward voyage to a considerable extent, yet, she was laid on for China, and cargo was put on board without the question of herfitness or unfitnessfor tlhe intended voyage ever being asked by the easy ...

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MR. AND MRS. GEORGE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 3 August 1867

MR. AND MRS. GEORGE CASE. This talented lady and gentleman havegiven two of their clever entertainments, in the Odd Fellow's Hall, which on each oc casion was crowded to the .doors. Both Mr. Case and Mrs. Case (Miss Grace Egerton) are accomplished performers.. Mr. Case as a musician, and Mrs. Case as an actress, a danseuse and a singer. They have made themselves a world wide reputation, and the notice they may receive from the Press of this little colony willin no way affect their reception in another country. It willhowever, be grateful to them to know that, their talents even here can be un derstood and appreciated, and though their trip here may not be so successful in a pecuniary way as many others they have made, yet we question whether they ever received a warmer reception; than bn Monday evening last at Fre mantle. Nothing equal to these entertainments has ever been given in the colony, and in all probability many years. will elapse before we shall have anything presented . t...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 3 August 1867

S To the Editor of The'lleralld. SIR, There appears in one of your contemporaries of last week a letter emanating froni the pen of the chivalrous Secretary ot the York 'Agricuil tural Society, the drift and purportof whicli is somewhat obscure unless it be taken merely as the result of some personal pique between the writer and an honorable Member of the Legis lative Council. But while the end of that indignant outburst is somewhat vague, it brings to light a fact which, I am sure, must puzzle many of yodir readers : it is Mr. Burgess's emuphatic statement that he knows, and that his antagonist is eqdally aware of the fact that, the miserable pittance of £200 per annum which "clergymen get,:is not sufficient to support them and cnable:.them to pay their debts and appear respectable.'!". Those of your readers who, like myself, have no means of ascertaining the pecuniary difficul culties of the gentlemen wliom- Mr.i Birgess takes under his shield, and vh6 :hitherto were under the impr...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 3 August 1867

SLoraI * nterIitgcit n IN view of the probability of H.R.IH. the Duke ofEdinbnrgh visiting this colony, steps are being taken to provide for his reception. A committee has been formed consisting of the members of the Executive Council with Chief Justice Burt, as chairman, and the I-Ion. F. P. Barlee as secretaty, to make the necessary ar rangements. The following gentlemen will also share in the duties of the Committe: The Chairman of Perth City Council, the chairman of the Town Trusts of Fremantle and Guildford, L. Leake, Esq., F. LocheB Esq., W. L. Brockman Esq. These names are aguar antee that the arrangements will be in every respect satisfactory; On Monday evening lost' George Hayes, a pensioner, per NIorwood, died suddenly while on guard. * On Sinday last Water Police Constable J. FEorsyth was stabbed in the neck by a man namedMc Kenzie a prisoner from Bunbury under arrest for assaulting Warder Hill. We are requested to correct an error that has appeared in jboth our 'contempo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 3 August 1867

COMMISSARIAT. Sale of Surplus Stores per Convict Ship "Norwood." MESSRS. LIONEL SAMSON & SON, .(GOVERN?ENT AOUCTIOxERS,) W. LL e.ll by1 .iiction atthe Coimmis sari?;? :nlMagaztinie' at Fireniantle,:- on SMONDAY, 12th August, 1867,. at 11 o0clock-precisely :-- . -::. . QUNDRYI, SITRPLUSISTORES, :&c., .k?.?oisting of teliensualri?1~s dof PROVISIONSB-EDDING. ;&., R&o.L" -, ALS-O~ 77 Casks, Kegs;&c.;&. -"c : . . - C. W. EICHIBAJM, . :Assistant .Commissiry Gileral ACommissariat, Fremantle, W.T A. ) 3rdiAug.; 1867.5 IHPORTANT SALE BY AUCTION j::::: : .:.. "·~ : . .'- : . ' - : i·, . . ·. ... :'. AT YORK. - MR4 THOMAS BAILEY His received instructions to Seli by P.ub-: Sli:Auction at the New York Hotel on * SATURDAY, 10th Aigust, 1867,; (b S"ing his usual Monthly :Sales) t 10 o'lock precisely, the followif.g artildes; L ADIES'- Head Dresses, Ladie Hat: L-A ;(trimmed and untrimmed), Child ren's Hats . (trimmed anid tuntimmed),( Laies'- Belts;: ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 3 August 1867

For Madras Direct. T "HE ne cipper shipD JL .NORWOO0D A 1, 89 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. ~1ANNING, Agent S.Fremantle. SFromantle, July 25, 1867. SSale by Auction. MR. T. BAILEY HAs received~instructions from Mr. John S Fleay, to Sell by Public Auction, at his - residence Gilgarring Beverly, on WEDNESDAY, 20thNovember, 1867. At 12 o'clock precisely. 3 000 SHEEP (more or less),. SConsisting of EWES and TERMs AT TmiE OB SBLE. For Further particulars apply to the Auctioneer. Auctionnand General Agency ffice, ) S York, 17 July, 1867. " YORK. MONTHLY SALE. RI . THOMAS BAILEY begs to Sinform 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, ...

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 3 August 1867

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. In frture our Monthly Sum mnary for ,England will be pub lished as a Supplement, and given gratis to subscribers. Count?y S'ubscribcrs wishing it forwarded by each outgoing. Mail can do so by sending the address to this-ofice. I, The quarters subscription is due o' ithe 2nd' Aiugust .ne-it, and we ha&,vt rdrquest our subscr~ibers 'to pay 'theeir anmounts :to our agents as: punctually as thieiy :c~ai'. ' I liberal discount will be ..allozoed to persons paying in adidan ce. Pay mnents can b'e hinale 'in postage Stamps. " . .. . ., . .: SATURDA,-- AU: GUS':, .'T" 3, 1867 % ''"

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 3 August 1867

ARRIVALS. ti. L2'ti; Little Eastern, 12 tons,"Gbss mdesn,' ofoB'l3ibuiry? and Va?se,' iriballast':. Passengers H,. elerton, lMis s8ainsbury.W; S,??? Lee.i 29th :Arabian, 25 fon , J0GaOfGrady Insister frofm Vasse and Bunbury. Passengei::s .? Johnson, Wife and 2 children, JBarr.ttw?'fe and 1child Miss fiammer, E Fletcher , Simitl, S Stout and 2 ipensioneis CargoS34 bags corn, 20' bags barley, 2 casks wine, ?06 bigs potatoes,:39 bags :b'an, 25 kegs ,butter, :. i . IDEPARTURESi S"30t~h iJuly :Wild Wave '8 tdis1l E Petit nmaster for Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers .J. Mci:Gibbo?,i 'FFi x anld son, Mr. and. Miss ICampbell, :1MrsIHill, W, Ruse, J, Sinclair, Mrs, Sinclair and 2 children, J, Johnston, and native, Cargo sundries, August 1.-Albert, 24 tons, W. Miles, master,   for Champion Bay. Passengers, Mr. Walker, John McGuiness. Cargo, 3 packages, 6bars iron, 12 posts, 1 setpigeon holes, 12 rails, 1 cupboard, 2 cans oil, 2 do. turpentine, 1 keg nails, 1 box, 2 parcels, Govt ; q...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 10 August 1867

THE WILTSHIRE DIALECT.-The following dialogue actually took plate a short time since, between a visiting examiner and a pupil in a school hear salisbury-" Now, then, the first boy ot the grammar-class." First boy i "Here Ibe, zir," Examiner: "Well my good boy, can you tell me what vowels are ?" First boy : "Vowls, zir ? Eees. of course I can." Ex aminer: "Tellme, then what are vowels..' First boy: "Vowls, zir! Why ,vowls be chickens !" WHICH IS WHICH ?-An Irish ostler was sent to the stable to bring out a traveller's horse,; but notknowing which of the two strange horses in the stalls belonged to the traveller, and wishing to avoid the appearance of igno rance in his business, he saddled both animals, and brought them to the door. The traveller pointed out his own horse, saying" That's my nag." " Certainly, yer honor, I know that very well," said Pat, "but I didn't know which was the other gentleman's." HORTICULTURAL HINTS FOR EVERYBODY AND ALwAYs.-Cultivate acquaintance, ifdesirabl...

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