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NEW SOUTH WALES. AUSTRALIAN BANKING CO. FRAUDS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

NEW SOUTH 'WALES. AUSTRALIAN BANKING CO. FRAUDS. Sydney, Monday. At the trial of Abigail, Nathan,' and' McNamara, in connection with the Australian Banking Cc-.'s frauds, the jury could not agree on a verdict. The two. former were allowed bail, but bail was refused for McNamaxa. Hurley, Mathey, Martin and Scott were found ' Not Guilty,' and accord ingly, discharged.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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BUNBURY CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

BUNBUEY CRICKET CLUB,, A^ ? — — — — — V The annual meeting the Bunbury Cricket Club wa3 held in the Me chanics' Hall on Friday last, the President, W. H. Timperley, Esq., Resident Magistrate, , in the Chair. There was a good attendance of mem bers. The secretary, Mr. ijruilioyie, react the minutes of the last meeting-, and the balance sheet of tho last seasony which showed a credit balance to the club of .SI' 10a. Tho chairman said this being the . annual meeting of the club the of ficers for the ensuing season will have to be elected to-night. He regretted that last season was not a successful one, and hoped that a little more in terest would be taken tho coming game of cricket, and that our young men, if they desired to 'become good cricketers, would have to attend practice more regularly. Mr. Paisley proposed 'That Mr. Timperley be re-elected president/' seconded by Mr. Sinclair, and carried. Mr. Tiinperley returned thanks, and said, that although he was not a player himself, he ...

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MR. KEAN. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

MS. KEAN Petite, This Day. Mr. Kcane arrived in Perth by last Monday's mail train. He was met at the station by the Hon. Gco. Shcnton and other influential citizens. t He is looking anything but .Avell, which is attributed to the failure of his mission to London.

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TELEGRAMS WEST AUSTRALIA. SPORTING. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

TELEGRAMS. WEST AUSTRALIA.. SPORTING-; Perth, Tuesday. ' Darlotj in another letter to the Daily 'News with 2-cference to the scratching of Somnolence, says that Hoe's Handicaps have ruined the Ger aldton meeting, and that he should confine himself to vegetable growing, and leave handicapping alone.

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1893. De. Lovegrove has been particu larly industrious in his actions with, reference to the site for the railway terminus. He was success ful last Thursday in securing a majority of one (the chairman), in favor of his proposition to recom mend the Government to place the terminus in the mayor's garden. But this small majority did not content the doctor, who had a petition drawn up supporting his views, that the mayor's garden was the most suitable site. To this petition the doctor obtained quite a number of signatures, and it would, no doubt, when brought before the Premier's notice, prove a formidable argument in favor of the site named. But, many of those citizens who favored the lagoon site, which is reported to be the choice of the Government, noticing tho persistent efforts of the doctor, determined that ho would not again steal a. march on them as he apparently did at the meeting on Thursday last by pro posing a resolution on the sub...

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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

TOPICS OF TEE WEEK., Tub work of 'excavating the si to. for tho Sfasonic Hall was commenced last -week. The position is a good one, being oppo site the proposed site of the .Town Hall. The plans for the now building; have ? ar rived, and tenders will soon be issued for its erection. - ?& '? Taking into consideration tho great inter est that was taken in. the election for South Fremantle, and the close contest there was likely to be between^ the candi dates, it is surprising that over one fourth of the electors did not go to the polling booth.. The result Vras — Solomon, ?161 ;.Wray, 15k The defeated candi date, iii -thanking his supporters, said, that when manhood suffrage was achieved they -would hear of him again. jtfn S. Parker, who has been recently ap pointed Colonial Secretary, in a letter to .the West Australian, denies that he should have been recognised as leador of the opposition, and further denies that any such organised body exists ; and, re ferring to the charg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

Government Kailways. ^ £T* OVEENMENT BAILWAYS OP xjf WESTERN AUSTEALIA. Cheap Excursion Bookings. COMMENCING ON Tuesday, October 11th, and Satur day, October 14th, and subsequent Tuesdays and Saturdays until December 3rd. Cheap Return Tickets will be issued to Picton, Showground, Dardanup, and BoyanUp as below : Fare to Pic- Fare to ( Fore to *«» 'So'? ^ **' Ground. dannP- anUp Bunburv l8t 2nd lst 2nd lsfc 2nd I Tickets available on day of issue and I by ordinary trains only. I Tickets are not transferable. ^i. Passengers will be allowed of ordinary luggage, 1st Class, 841bs ; 2nd Class, 56Ibs. The departure of trains will be delay ed or otherwise under, special cir cumstances at the discretion of the Commissioner, who will not be re sponsible for any loss to passengers arising therefrom. Excursion passengers will be subject to Railway By-Laws. By order of Commissioner, JOHN DAVIES, General Traffic Manager. General Traffic Manager's Office, Perth, 6th October, 1892. PERTH-BUNBURY RA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

Business Advertisements. ? . BUILDBS And ?'PRIWSEP ST., BUS3URT. Henry Pickarp, AU kinds of Furnace WorK, Bakers' Orane. Cooking EftiigcH, Steam Boileru, Sx. TWENTY XEAE3' EXPEDIENCE IN ENGLAND & THE -COLONIES. ~ gsTN.B.— -G anoral Eepairs to Property. . . - - AND ? GAEUTiNa' 'Rusiness. THE UNDERSIGNED' Be^s to thank -.is numerous cuBtornsrs and tlfo general public for their loug-conth-.utod ? support;, and to intimate that he lifts disposed of his bushier to Me§»rs. G-. nAYYfABD & D. SINCLAIR ' ' Whom, lie trusts, v.-iil receive a- contiau- | a»ce of ilia f»vor3 so liberally accorded himself. JAMES SLOAN. G.; HAYWARD~& D. SINCLAIR, GENERAL CASTEES A^D CAEIilESS, Beg respectfully to inform the Public that they havo tahea over the abore business, and trust by DILIGENCE, ATTENTION, AND LIODEP.A1\E CIIAEGES ' To receivo a continuance of that support '?'??.' so liberally accorded their predecessor. : G-. HAYWAim AND D. SINCLAIR, X OOE. HERE. ! T OOS HERS ! TAILOR...

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RECLAMATION WORKS ON THE SWAN. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

RECLAMATION WORKS ON THE SWAN. - Perth, Tuesday. 4/ § A scheme for the projected river side reclamation is now being exhib ited by the G overnment. Over eleven acres are to be reclaimed between Barrack and Pier streets.

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LATEST CABLES. A BYE-ELECTION. LONDON, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

LiiTESI CABLES. ? ^ ? [fsoii ocr,cokrespoxdent.] . A BYE-ELECTIOlv. London, October 16. Colonel Master, tho Conservative candidate has been elected to the seat for Chichcster.

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APPEAL CASE VERDICT. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

APPEAL CASE VERDICT. 1 ' Pcr.TH, Tuesday. The Chief Justice gave his reserved decision on the appeal of Mrs. Tracey against the sale of her land. Judg ment was given for defendants, with costs. Mrs. Tracey gave notice of appeal to the full court.

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THE NEW RUSH. A GOOD OUTLOOK. THE WATER QUESTION Perth, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

THENEWEUSH. ? $ ? ? A GOOD OUTLOOK. THE WATER QUESTION; [Bt Telegraph.] '. . (from our cokresposbext.) '' ' Perth, Tuesday. The reports from' Southern Cross announce tho arrival there of Cassell, who left Baylcy's find 'the day pre vious. Cassell states that two^ nug- gets have been found, weighing eighty and twenty-nine ounces respectively ; also a three pound specimen. The most serious drawback to pros pecting is the scarcity of water. Ji. party of men, to whom the Warden of Southern Cross promised a water right if successful, have been engaged sink-, ing for water, but so far all attempts to obtain water by this means have proved fruitless. Bayley, Park, and about a hundred others have left for the field. Peeth, This Day. The latest Southern Cross reports state that there are 160 people on the new find, and that numbers of men are constantly leaving the Cross. Park saj-s it is dobtful whether water will be obtained in the vicinity, and strongly urges the Government to. take the m...

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BANKRUPTCY PROCEEDINGS CLOSED. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

BANKRUPTCY PROCEEDINGS CLOSED. Perth, Tuesday. Canning and Sinclair's bankruptcy examination has been peremptorily closed by the Chief Justice, on the «ap plicatiou of Mr. Haynes.

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THE PREMIER'S VISIT. A HEARTY WELCOME. SIR JOHN'S SPEECH. THE GOVERNMENT POLICY. IAND SETTLEMENT SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

' - ? ' — — — ~~-- ? ..?-.,.. ? — . TTT17 Pl^PMTPT?5^ xjLlJj JLllijjlfilJjXl p. ¥ JLLjJLJL o ? 3- ? A HEARTY WELCOME. , SIR JOHN'S SPEECH. ' TEE GOVERNMENT POLICY. IAND SETTLEMENT SCHEME..; ' Sir John Forrest, K.CJf.G., Pre infer, and member for Bunbury, arrived this morning at four o'clock. Eren at that early hour, numbers of his friends and supporters were wait ing to receive him, and to 'welcome him to his nauve place. Jtie was driven to the Prince of 'Wales Hotel, ? wKere every preparation had been made for his reception. Long before ilxe breakfast hour, he was besieged by visitors ; and a depu ?irvH-n, which was not on the pro jViimme, requested an interview for !3l2 o'clock, noon. At that hour the. ? ^deputation was introduced by the ?:| Mayor (W. Spencer, Esq., J.P.) and '--| consisted, of Dr. Lovegrove, Messrs. ijBrockman, Stanley, Prosser, and four 7 others, who presented a petition Fjto f the Premier, signed by 10S residents, I principal ly of South. Bunbury , request \ in...

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GOVERNORSHIP OF TASMANIA. London, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

GOVERNORSHIP OF TAS ? MANIA. London, October 16. There are thirty-five - applications for the position of Governor of Tas mania, including Sir Frederick Broome. It is said that a military officer of high rank is likely to be appointed in order to satisfy the colonists. Sir West Ridgway has declined the appointment.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

Too Late for Classification. BUNBUEY-BOYANUP BAIL WAY/ ??..- NOTICE. ? ? ?= \.\ ANNIVERSARY PROCLAMATION - DAY, FRIDAY, OCT. 21sT:, 1802. ON the above day a Special Excursion '? Train will leave Bunbury for1 Boyanup at 10 a.m., returning at 4 p.m. ; I FARES. — Single for double journey 3 Children (under 15 years of age)* half* price. JOHN DATIES, Oeneral Traffic Manage?,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

'? ' v Business Advertisements. To Builders and Contractors. JAEVIS AND CASTLE, BUIBUEY, BEICK & TILE MANUFACTURERS , Are now open to receive orders for OHS HUHSBEB THOUSAND TO OHE BKXEAIOSr Ornamental Well Bricks, &c, &c, &c, &c. -' '?'/ JAKYIS AND CASTLE9 . '??V:' \ ' B U N B U R Y. . Bunbury Agent — Mr. D. Sinclair. THE PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL, ; Stephen Street, B U -N B U R Y. :'; ????. .?; EDWARD MAXTED ' Begs to state that his Stock of ; \. ' .WIRES, SPIRITS, ALSS AHD Cie-AKS' liave been most_ carefully selected and are of the finest possible character Billiards &Bagate 13. e. Steamers met at any hour to suit the convenience of Visitors on timely notice being given. Good Stabling Accommodation. -TRAP AND SADDLE HORSES ALWAYS JN .' _ READENESS. . . ? ??.WHEN YOU YISIT ^BTOBUBT, TRY THE (The nearest SZotel to the J'etfcy.) ? ? FOR apQD ?'& lEASOIABIiE ACCOMMODATIOI. D. Flood, Proprietor, ^ W. .'E. / C A T L E T T, . . ???? ? ...

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TEE PALL MALL GAZETTE. CHANGE OF PROPRIETORSHIP. LONDON, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

TEE PALL MALL GAZETTE. CHAKGE OF PROPRIETORSHIP. London, October 16.' The Pall Mall Gazette has changed Proprietorship. A. T. Cooke. the Editor, and his staff, have . resigned^. Mr. ELinloch-Cook has been appointed Editor of tho paper, which' it is pro posed to conduct in the LiberalCon servative interest. It is believed that A. T. Cooke and Gould, the artist, will establish a paper on the late lines of the Gazette.

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

PUBLIC MEETING. ' .- A public meeting was held in tho Mechanics' Institute, on Saturday evening last, to consider wluvfc steps, if any, should be taken to place the wants of the town bof oro tho Premier on his visit. - x . The Mayor opened the meeting by reading the requisition, which was signed by about 2% ratepayers, and then invited the flignatorie s to explain their views. Some discussion ensued as to whether ? the meeting was a public meeting or ratepayers meeting. The Mayor ruled that it was' a ratepayers meeting, and by request, read the minutes of the special meetings held by the Municipal Council in conjunction with the heads of the other public bodies; to arrange a j)rogramme for the visit of the Premier. Mr. Hay, member of the banquet committee, intimated that satisfac tory terms to ensure a good bill of fare had been arranged 'with. Mr. Flood, and that the banquet would be held, at the Wellington Hotel, on Wednesday evening', the 19th- inst., at 7.30, the price of ticket...

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AFFAIRS IN IRELAND. MORE EVICTION RIOTS. LONDON, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892

AFFAIRS IE' IRELAND. MORE EVICTION RIOTS. London,' October 16. - The Hon.: 'Mr. John Morlcy, Chief Secretary for Ireland, has appeinted a Royal Commission to enquire into the system of evictions. Since the advent of the Gladstone Government, tenants have been- em boldened' to refuse the. payment of rents. In consequence, there have been several evictions and consider able rioting. ? The tenants have ap l evled to 'the Government. The Conservative Press considers the Commission a dishonest pander ing to dishonest men, who are declin ing to pay their just debts because tho administration is complaisant/1

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