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INTERCOLONIAL. NEW SOUTH WALES. RAILWAY ACCIDENT. SYDNEY, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 September 1892

XKTEKCOLCmiAX, ' , .NEW SOUTH WALES. , RAILWAY ACCIDENT. ;: ' Sydney, September 2(5. The Northern mail train met with an accident on Saturday last, owing to an error -on the pai*t of a pointsman. The engine was capsized, and the train wrecked. A number of the passengers were severely injured. Delaney, a well known jockey, was very badly shaken, and Cranney, a book-maker, Avho was returning from the Newcastle races, had his leg broken. AFFAIRS AT BROKEN HILL. Sydney, September 26. Affairs at Broken Hill are .touch quieter. Small pities of non unionists continue to .arrive, but the unionists show no signs oi: j'iolding-. A fracas occurred on' Saturday night, when a non-unionist, named Dow, used his revolver, wounding sev eral persons slightly, and 'one man1 severely.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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WEST AUSTRALIA. THE NEW RUSH. PERTH, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 September 1892

WEST AUSTRALIA. THE NEW RUSH. Perth, September 26. Nothing of importance has tran spired, at ths new rush. Southern Cross is almost deserted. The Warden of Southern Cross left for the new rush on Mondav mornincr. He has wired. warning people not to come to the new rush until he reports definitely. Perth, Tliis Day. The rush to Barley's find still continues and over foi-ty persons, and many teams left .North am yesterday for the newrush No further particulars are j-et to hand from the locality of the find. LAND SETTLEMENT SCHEME. ' Perth, September 26. It is. reported on good authority that the Premier has now completed the details of his Land Settlement Scheme, which includes village set tlement proposals. The full details will, it is said, be laid before the country by the Premier in his ad dress to his constituents in Bunbury next month. SOUTH FREMANTLE ELECTION Perth, September 26. The contest for the representation of South Fremantle in the Assembly, rendered vacant by the resig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 September 1892

/ J. K; CAMPBELL, Fiirniture?' Bedding, and Spring -Wire Mattress Manufacturer o - ;. - ; . ,:': HAY' STREET, 'PERTH.- . Why. 'buy 'Spring Wire Mattresses at Betail Prices whea you ;:.??? can iiave thexn delivered to you at YvTiolesale:Pric6s :. ON THE SHORTEST . NOTICE. — — — — Design and Price-List on Application. . (-HI33 Please Note the Addrss — ? ^LkTST' -STREET, - BEST VALUE IN THE CITY. /^l/^/^^5P 3?or Wedding and 'Kqqvqt 2E£ngs. ^''W w^tf&l T-Q-r Electro Plate- fo Endleas Variety. /P^1 '-?n^ /t@\ ^^ i3^ 'Wedding Presents. ' - ^J m? ^ £&Bsk For ?' Watch, and Jewe:lsry Bepairs. ^SoTE THE ADDEESS : ARTHUR' 'C' COOK/. Watchmaker,- Jeweller Sf Optician, . HAY STREET, PERTH. C. J. 1. ° ' ® K stoxe.eee.feb, a2jd dbapeit va'sse. ' ?????? JUST AE.RIVED— A large supply of . '??-.? LADIES' GENTLEMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. TJ T- B O.--S SEX, lie X BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, Arthur Street, Bunlmry. The hest 6i Workmanship. Country Orders Promptly Attended to. None but the b...

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WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 September 1892

WELLINGTON BOAJDS BOARD. The monthly meeting of the Wel lington Roads Board was held on Saturday last. Present : ? Messrs. J. Forster- Johnston, J.P. (President), Beading, Trigwell, JMaguire, Clarke, Clifton and Hose. After the minutes of the previous meeting w-ere read and confirmed, the following accounts were passed for payment: G. Trigwell, clearing tree £ s d ? Preston Road .. . 10 0 John Flynn, clearing tree Ferguson Road; . .1 5. 0 G. ' E. Payne, Repairing Blackwood Road 1 10 0 A. Buawell, Repairing Australind Road 4: 5 0 E. Brition, 3 days' work ... at 6s. a day 0 18 0 J. Sharpe, culvert Harvey . ? Road .. 4 10 0 J. Sharpe, day work, do., 3 0 0 Jas. Muligan, balance of ???? contract, Coast .Road .72 5 0 Wm. Cross, bal.ance . cait ing stone Mintiinup Road : 3 10 6 Geo. Gibson, 6 days' work ? Va«se Road ? ? ? ;,-. 1 16 0 Tv Williama, Repairs ?- ; - Yasee Road . , .'?-. . 2. ,14 0 T. Williams, ? on account, Drains Contract 3 0 0 T. Hutchinson, .3 days' work Brunswick lid. G 18 ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. September 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 September 1892

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF jBU2fBU2ir; ARRIVALS. . September 20. ' . Theresa, schooner, 50 tons, Reid, from Fr.';mantie. September 21. Flinders, is.'*'., Taifc. from Ercmantle. September 22. 'Flinders, s.s., Tait, from Yasse. September 2-1. Theresa, schooner, 50 tons, Reid, from DEPA2TCEE8. September 21. ' - - Tlieresa, schooner, 50 tons, Reid, for Vassc. Flinders, s.s., 150 tons, Tait, for Vasso. September 22. Flinders, s.s., Tait, for FrnmanHe. Passo:i£»ers : Mesdames Gnilfovle, Mill wood, Bentl-ey, Pyke and Parker ; Misses JMcsrs ami -Fackson ; Messrs. Paisfoy, jDr&yraau. William. Heliier, Hicks,. Toy.ce, ?Moozv, Pn^cott, White. 'Simpson. Tlauis forp (2). ElHot. Barret, ilidw.ood, i'yke, Pa-rkerand Holler. S--:-!--m1)er 27. Ttorexa, schooner, 50 tons, Reid, for Fromaiitle. Br TELEns^rn. FifKM.vKTLK, Sept. 20.— Sailed : Flinders, s.s._,for Bunbury. Sept. 23. — Arrived : Flinders,, s.s., from Buubury. Vassk, Sept. 21. — Arrived: Flinders, s.s., from Buubury, Theresa, sc...

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. BUNBURY, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 September 1892

THE BUNBURY HERALD.' ? Buxudrv, Wkdxesiuv, Sept. 28, 1S92. 1st introducing a new journal for public favor we are fully alive to the great' ??responsibility we have undertaken and also to the variety of -elements we shall have to con tend with obviously prevailing in a colony whore the blessing of a Free - onstitution has lately been bestowed, and which has only re cently emerged from the necessari ly despotic system of Grown colony xulo. .£. newspaper must acquire the ? confidence and respect of the majority of the community before it can gain a permanent footing and if conducted on the lines wo have laid down for our guidance and which we shall assuredly fol low, we have full confidence of . general support, that is to say, a thoroughly independent course, without fear or favour, not direct ed, guided, nor influenced by party nor clique ; but dealing fairly with all alike, rendering approval where it is honestly deserved and censure where it may be necessary. And if in the exercise...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 September 1892

BUS IK' -ESS T^TEECTOET. BU1TSUET. - Auctioneers, & Commission, Agents. *T W.. PKOS3ER. Picton Road, J. MOORE, Victoria street, W: 3. MTfCKELL. Victoria Street., A. KN0X-13U0WN, Stephen Street,. . J. H. DIXON, Victoria Street. lirlercha'nts, &c. W. SPENCER & SON, Victoria and Stephen Streets. T. HAYWAKP, Victoria Street. M. KAY & SO:NT, Victoria Slreet. E. M. CLAKPCE, Stirling Street. J- H. KAI'LOlt, Victoria Street. H. WEISS, Slirliisg Street. Flour Killer. It. FOHREST, Eoofflbana Holler Flour Mill. Tanner and Carrier. W.'PiiOSSEB, ? Picton Eoad. '' '.%.' Storekeeper. JOHN T. SLATER, Loudoi: Terrace. ' ...-'-. :Eoteli:eepers. ' E. MAXTED, Prince of Wales Hotel. Stephen Street. J. C. ILCtNGWOttTH, Rose Hotel, Victoria Street. * D. FLOOD, Wei lington Hold, Victoria *'. Street, .. . ? : Contractors. 1L ADAMS. Victoria. Street. C. L. II AST IE. VasseEoiid. HAST1K BROS., Vasse Iioad. G. W. FLOYD, Stirling Street. GEO. LA WHENCE, Prinsqj Street. ALEX. WiUG...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 September 1892

~\ 'K XT U D D A R T '^ffey^k XI PARKER & Line of CARGO & PASSENGER. SERVIC B S. From Melbourne and Adelaide — S, &'. N E M E S I S, MONDAY,- OCTOBER 3. S. S. * W E N D O U R BE, EARLY. For Melbourne and Adelaide, via Local Ports — S. S. N E M E S I S, EAELY. ? S. S. W E N.D. .0 U.R E E, EARLY. For further particulars apply to — ., . ... DALGETY & CO., Ltd., Fremaatlet THQ& HAYWARD, Bunbury. JOSEPH BOVELL, '?' : ' .? Vasse. _'wJV A D E LA IDE (Under Contract with the West Austra lian Government for the Con veyance of Mails) 'Will despatch their SPLENDID STEAMSHIPS from Fremantlc as under — To Bunbury Roads, Yasse Roads, and Quiudalup— -? e.s. Flinders, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, at 4,30 pjn. (No cargo received after 2 p:m.) To Albany, Adelaide, and Melbourne, transhipping at Melbourne or Adelaide for Sydney— s.s. Bvilara, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, at U0. s.s. Albany SATUKDA Y, OCTOBER 1, at 2 p.m. From Melbourne and Adelaide, with transhipments from Sydn...

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BUNBURY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 September 1892

BUNBURY PROGRESS ASSO- '' :., .. ..; ciation. ,/: ;.';/.';'''* .'??'?? - ? ??'.' ? ... «7 ' ? . : .. ? ..;.,; ; . The usual monthly meeting .Qf ..the . Bunbury Progress Assoeiatioji was held in the Mechanics Institute on the- ' 19th inst, Mi-. D. A. Hay in the Chair. The minutes of the last meeting ?'. were read and confirmed. .,. ? A letter was read from Sir John Forrest, announcing his intention of visiting Bunbury to address his cot.-. stituents next inonth. A letter, from the Bridgetown Progress- Association; . was read intimating that, they, had deferred for the present the appoint-';, meat of cTelegs^Ss~t-o meet the: Preston and Bunbury Associations.1. A; letter '.. from the Banburj Municipal:. Council, was read, inviting .the- co operation of the Association in organ?.' ising a reception for the Premier Resolved on the motion of -Mr1.. W. Spencer, J.P., seconded by Mr.-Bal-; doekj that a committee be appointed to arrange a programme wit-H-'a vievr'i to according a suitable'we...

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OUR CITY LETTER. PERTH, Sept. 21. THE NEW GOLD DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 September 1892

[?] ? r^__ ? - (From our Correspondent.) PKlim, Sept.- 21.' THE ftEW GOLD DZSCOViSRT. $Tot only the city, but the whole colony, hns been tingling with, the sensational news of a new gold dis covery. This time the find is located nearer home. The recently discovered Murchison field is a rich one beyond doubt, as witness the quantity of gold now feeing Bent away from Creraldton. But its er6at distance from settlement must hinder its -progress and develop ment. This is amply instanced by the fact that the machinery for one of the mineB at Annean has been over sir mouths en route from Geraldton, and when it is landed on the claim the cost of carriage alone will total over £3000 ! This quite takes the heart out of pioneering. But the new gold-field is situate further south, and is approached through Yilgarn. The discoverer of the new El Dorado is an old hand at prospecting, named Ar thur Bayley, and he was among the few to be first on the Murchison fields. He left Southern Cross about tw...

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SPECIAL MEETING TO WELCOME TEE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 September 1892

SPECIAL MEETING. TO WEL COME THE PREMIER'. '?- ?-? On Monday evening, the 27th inst'., a special meeting of the Municipal Council was held to which represent atives of the .Wellington Roads Board, the Agricultural Society . and the Progress Association had been invit ed and attended for the purpose of arranging a programme with the view of according Sir John Forrest, the Pr.mier and member for Bunbu iry, a fitting reception on the occasion of his visit to the town on. the 18th nst. . , . , Pr- sent : the Mayor, W. Spencer Esq.. J.P., in the chair, and W. H. Tiinperley, Esq., R.M., Councillors Baldock, Cummins, Banting, jr., Clarke, J. F. Johnston, Esq., J.P., T. MaywarrijEfiq., J.P., and.Messrs Hay, Maguire, Wisbey, Marshall and Teede. ? ? - —? .'-..' The Mayor in opening the proceed ings expressed, the pleasure it gave him to see so representati ve a body of gentlemen evidencing 'an interest in according their. member a suitable' reception, and he felt assured tney would all recogn...

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TELEGRAMS. CHOLERA IN EUROPE. STILL SPREADING. LONDON, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 September 1892

[?] CHOLERA m EUROPE. STILL SPREADING. Londox, September 26. Contrary to expectation, the Cholera epidemic is still spreading in Eui-ope, causing immense terror ; but it is hoped that the approaching cold weather will have the effect of check ing its further ravages. In Hamburg the deaths number 1000 per week, and great destitution exists in the city, which is in a deplor able state. Charitable relief is being extended in all directions. LABOUR TROUBLES IN THE WEST INDIES. London, September 24. Extensive laboiar riots have broken out among the negTO population of the island of St. Thomas, West Indies. The military sent to quell the riots were overpowered by the mob, and a Reign of Terror ensued. Numbers of the residents of the island sought re fuge in ships in the harbor nntil the riots wei'e quelled by the arrival of reinforcements of the military. THE FRENCH REPUBLIC. '. CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS. Paris, September 26. The Centenary- of the French Re public is new being held, and the ...

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TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 September 1892

To the Editor -. Sir, — In the Soirfhurn Times of Sa turday last a letter appeared headed 'Hon. H. W.Yenn and his conati tuents' and signed 'Elector.' Novy I, as an elector for Wellington, would like to know who was .the author and for what purpose it was written. Whether the hon. gentleman addressr es constituents or not I don't believe that any sane person would presume to oppose him at next election, taking into consideration the fact that he did ail he could for us when the ques tion of a coal concession was under consideration by the .Government. 'How is that for high . ? ' ?;' Wellington Elector. Bunbury, 27th September, ,1892.

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NOTES FROM TEE TIN FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 September 1892

: NOTES FROM TEE TIN FIELDS. A. ? ? ! — ~ — ▼ . -? , . (From a Correspondent.) , This part of the colony hails with - a hearty welcome the new venture, and wishes The Bunbuey Herald . every success. Very little in the way of interesting news can be gathered ahout the tin i fields at present. There are & tew new finds made recently at tho Greenbusb.es,- the south end of tho tinfields. All about thia part of the field looks well ; there are a good number of claims at work, and lotw of - b of tin ore is being got ready for dis, patch. About three weeks ago we had some splendid rain, which made the gullies run, and in many places made the ground very boggy. Since then, we have had about a i week's fine weather till last Saturday, when we had another little blow and * - nice drop of rain, so at the present time the tin fields have their wants pretty well supplied, what with the - rain blessing, the new butcher blessing, the new finds blessirg, and — I ought not by any means to fo...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 September 1892

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. Sir, — ' A word to the wise is suffi cient,' and the follow ing extract from the Lancet will be the best advertise ment for our colonial jams. The Lancet gives the following summary of the results' of a chemical examina tion of 35 samples of preserves of dif ferent kinds : That the Raspberry Jam analysed contained a very con siderrble quantity of copper ; that the ?samples of Gooseberry Jam examined all contained copper ; that copper, sometimes in large quantities, was detected in twelve of the fourteen samples of Orange Marmalade ana lysed ; thfit three of the samples of Marmalade were adulterated with large quantity of vegetable matter, turnip and apple ; that the nine sam ples of Greengage Jam were all more or less impregnated with copper, it being present in large quantities in five of the samples; that the green gages contained in three different boxes owed their deep green colour to the pr ,-senoe of copper ; that the limes and 'greengages in a g...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 September 1892

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. The Blaokwqnd coach met with an. accident on Saturday, through the breaking of the axle, and consequent ly the marls did not arrive in Bunbury until Sunday about 1 o'clock. The usual ' Sntni'clay night 'Social' in .connection with the Woman's Christian Temperance Union was held in the Mechanic's Institute hist Saturday and passed oil vevy success fully. ? These Concerts arc Lucor-I'ig quite an institution here, a good dis play , of talent is always available and crowded houses vociferously ex pres their approbation. .; The Postmaster-Goner;:.! has cat-led to Colombo, asking that all mails for Australia be fumigated there, and a similar message has been sent to Al bany to fumigate all mails now on the way from. Colombo. Thepo precau tions have been taken on account of the cholera j which is at present raging with great violence in Europe. The' annual average amount of mail matter per head from this colonj- is much larger than that of any other country. Great B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 September 1892

NOTICE TO SQUATTERS,                           BREEDERS & SETTLERS   THE FIVE CELEBRATED                       ENTIRES             Lately imported by Mr. Ross to   Western Australia   are now the   SOLE PROPERTY OF   MR. J. MUSSON       Sydney Coffee Palace Hotel,   AND WILL STAND AT PERTH, and travel through all the Farming Districts in the Colony. The following are the Pedigrees :   the Pure Bred Clydesdale Stallion. LORD HOPETOUN, By Laird o' Strowan. Bml by llo...

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CORRESPONDENCE. PROCLAMATION DAY AND THE CHILDREN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

. ..,- CORRESPONDENCE. : - . .-? ? ?-?? ?? -- -* ? ?'??? . .: PRO^L AMATION DAY ' AND. ..'./ ;^HE: CHILDREN. _-.-..-.:.- : '--:-f£o THE EDITOR. ' ,' v . . biR,-— I notice; that nothing has as yet been done with a view to celebrat ing Proclamation Day, the 21st prox. This is, no doubt, due to the many other events to take place on'or about that date, including the. Agricultural Show on the' 17th, and sports in Bun bury on the 18th. For those- who take an interest in these matters: — and I venture to think there are few in this community, except the children, who do not — there is sufficient to oc cupy all the time and attention that people can spare at this time of- the year. But I do think that Proclama tion Day should not be allowed to pass on this occasion without being celebrated in at least some way. It is, or. will be, one of the most import ant and proudest days in the history of this great -colony ; and if there is one day that should -be looked forward to by West Australians...

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TELEGRAMS. A BYE ELECTION. RETURN OF THE GLADSTONIAN LIBERAL CANDIDATE. London. Sept. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

TELEGRAMS. ,A BYE ELECTION. RETURN OFTHE G-LADSTONIAN ????? LIBERAL CANDIDATE. London. Sept. 30. The election for the Luton Division of Bedfordshire has resulted in the. return of Mr. Whi thread, the Gladstoniari-Liberal candidate, by a majority of 242, over Mr. Duke, the: Conservative candidate. The vacancy was caused through the late member, Mr. Cyril Flower, being raised to the peerage; The election makes np change in the strength of the parties, as the former member was also a Grladstpnian-Liberal.

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NOTES ABOUT TOWN. (BY THE ORPHAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

NOTES ABOUT TOWN. - ? ^ ? . (By Thk Orphan.) Simpkins (that is my brotherin law, who generally accompanies me i on my travels to keep me ont of iuis ~ehief'jh raid — I- -went up. to the Me chanics' Institute the other evening to listen to the deliberations of the Bunbury Progress Association. To our surprise we found that the Asso ciation, instead of being in a moribunJ state as the prophets some time aga predicted it was or would shortly be, was in an, extremely healthy au-l vigorous condition, both as regard i numbers and influence. We notice I two full-blown Jay Pays taking part in the proceedings, and other two of their judicial brethren were unavoid ably absent. The discussions on the tariff and the nationalisation of our coal mines snoAved that there was no lack of brains amongst the -members. The general tone of debate, whilst spirited to a degit-e, was. in no way dogmatic, and the utmost good feeling; J was maintained^ Such an Associa tion tends to promote a healthy seiir ti...

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