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THE SIXTH MATCH. AGAINST GEELONG C.C. GEELONG, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 April 1893
THE SIXTH MATCH. AGAINST GEELONG C.C. GrSSLONG, This Day. The West Australian eleven com menced the sixth match of their tour yesterday against Geelong C.C. W.A. went in first and made 293. Orr made 107 ; Bird, 10 ; North, 5 ; Batemen, 16 ~ Randell, 8 ; Back. 40 ; CulliuaiL, 3-, Bishop (jxoi out), 0 ; Sundries, 17. When the stumps were drawn, Geelong had lost four wickets for 81.
MATCH AGAINST MELBOURNE JUNIORS. THE JUNIORS WIN. MELBOURNE, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 April 1893
MATCH AGAINST MELBOURNE JUNIORS. THE JUNIORS WIN. Melbourne, Monday, The W.A. Eleven commenced a match against a team of Combined ?Juniors at Melbourne on Saturday. The West Australians went in first, 'but only made 89, North again being the highest scorer with 35 ; Bateman, 22 ; Duffy, 12 ; Back, 1 ; Orr, Ran dell, and Bishop, duck each ; Ben nett, 1 ; Hussey, 3 ; Moffatt, 1 ; Cullinan 5. not out. The Juniors then went in, and were all disposed of for 147, Elms being the highest scorer with 53. Bishop took 7 wickets for 55 runs. The match will be resumed to-day. Later. In the second innings commenced to«-day, North and Orr made a long stand, bringing up 100. At fonr o'clock 7 wickets were down for 196 ; North, 87 ; Orr, 58 ; Back, 22. Perfect weather1, and a good attendance. Melbourne, Tuesday. . The W.A. Eleven concluded their second innings for 218. Juniors rattled up 153 for 6 wickets, and thus won the match by 4t wickets.
LATEST BETTING. WELLINGTON HANDICAP & LADIES' PURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 April 1893
LATEST BETTING. Wellington Handicap & Ladies' Purse. 8 to 1 the Double. For the Wellington Handicap Miss Boolka is looked upon as the favorite, at ? . Evens against the Field Skylight 2 to 1 Orphan 2 to 1 Tremolando 3 to 1 Lowlander 4 to I Orient 7 to 1 Dagmar 8 to 1 Padlock 10 to 1 Marquis 10 to 1 Ladies' Purse. Lockeville Is regarded with great favor, but as there are such horses as Orphan Lowlander Miss Boolka, and Skylight ? In the race, it is most likely the ojlds will not be given till after the cup is run.
THE ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 April 1893
THE ACCEPTANCES. The following are the acceptances for the Bunbury Races : — st. lb. Maiden Plate. Highlander ? 8 11 Bendigo ? 8 11 Marquis ? 8 11 Padlock ? 8 9 Emulation. ? 8 9 Carbine ? 6 11 Galloway Handicap. Tremolous ... ... 9 3 Bar One ? .'...70 Alarm ? ... 7 0 Wellington Handicap. Lowlander ... ... 9 7 Orphan ? ... 8 10 Tremolando- ... ... 8 8 Dagmar ... ... ... S 6 Miss Boolka ... ... 8 6 Skylight ? 7 10 Orient ? ' ... 7 3 Padlock ? 7 0 Marquis ? \ ... 6 7 Selling' Bace. Hugenot ? 9 0 Rob Roy ... ... ' '... 9 0 Chieftain ? 9 0 Ragman ... ... ... '9 0 Echo ? 9 0 Ladies'. Purse. Lockeville ... ... 9 7 Lowlander ... ... 9 7 Orphan ? 8 10 Dagmar ... ... ... 8 6 Miss Boolka ... ' ... 8 G Skylight ? 7 10 Orient ? 7 3 Padlock ? -. ... 7 3 Emulation ... .;. 7 3 Highlander ? 7 0 Carbine ? 6 12
LOCAL CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 April 1893
LOCAL CRICKET, The cricket match Blackwood v. Brunswick was played to-day on the Plains. The Brunswick team went in first, and only made the small score, of 16, Blackwood followed, and put together 131, to which Mottram con tributed 48, and E. Robinson 26. The 33 runs wickers in their second in nings made a better stand, the last ?vricket falling for a total of 70. .Blackwood thas won by an innings and 45 runs.
JARRAH V. KARRI. (To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 April 1893
JARRAH V. KARRI. ' ' (?To the Editor of The Bimownj Herald.) Sir,— Will you kindly permit me a space in your columns to reply to a, very misleading article which ap-; peare'd in the Pall Mall Gazette of February 18th, 'having reference toj the two hardwoods of Western Aus-' trali a — j arrah and karri ? . ; . The writer of the article must as suredly be largely interested in advo cating karri as superior to jarrah,; and probably has secured some con cessions of karri foiest from the West Australian Government, and by writing such articles as appeared m the Gazette hopes to obtain large or ders for that timber in foreign mar kets. If we wish to secure the per manency of our timber exports, it is our duty to see that the timber that will sustain the reputation for dura bility should be more generally known and false reports contradicted. Every person who has the interest of the timber trade at heart must condemn such reports from going abroad. I do not mean to disparage the karri or a...
CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Bunbury Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 April 1893
CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Buribnry Herald.) Sir, — As the immortal Lord Dun dreary used to say, ''There are some things no fellow can understand.' I was thinking this when. I walked through Vietoria-st. a week or two ago and noticed (sometimes slipping down) deep holes in the foot-path. Unlike Dundreary however, the mat ter was explained to me when -yester- day I saw a number of ducklings swimming in one of these miniature lagoons near your office. No doubt, I argued, the Municipal Council leave these holes until the wet weather so, that for at least six mouths of the yeai-, these dear little web footed bipeds we all so much admire in connection with green peas may: enjoy their .bath . Money is scarce just now, and is wanted in many quarter's.;' let me give vent to a bril liant idea — never mind about the con struction of a swimming bath in the estuary enclose one of the ponds in Victoria-st. — say the one outside the Rose Hotel—and we shall all be able to bathe in fresh...
TWO MORE CASES. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 April 1893
TWO MORE CASES. : (by electric telegraph.) [From oub Own Correspondent.] Perth, This Day. . Small-pox still continues. Yester day two more cases were reported, making in all seven sufferers, in the. vicinity of the hospital. Two meetings of the Perth Health Board were held yesterday, when it was decided to remove the patients as soon as possible to Subiaco, in-: stead of Mount Eliza,. and have anew fever ward erected, Temporary en campment will be made for the pre sent patients. :.? Last night Dr. Scott resigned his position as health officer, Dr. O'Con nor being elected in his stead.
Small Pox in Perth. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 April 1893
Small- Pox in Perth. The small-pox scare has created great excitement in Perth and Fre mantle, which has been further ac celerated by the discovery of another case of small-pox outside the hos pital, in a house situated afc the corner of Wellington and Mackie streets, the sufferer being a young .woman named Bogue, who is sup posed to. have contracted the disease .through washing clothes. This caused great alarm throughout the city, and as reported £by the Daily . News we learn the following particulars :— The girl — Bogue — developed .the symptoms of the disease in the Co lonial Hospital yesterday (Thursday last), and was at onee placed in the small building at the rear of the hos pital where . the other patients are lying. How she contracted the di sease is hard to say. The state ment made that she had. washed some infected clothes is denied, and it is now said the girl caught the in fection when visiting a relative in the hospital some time ago. The Health Committee ai'e actively ...
THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 April 1893
THE BUfSSBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1893. It may 'be doubted whether any subject treated in the columns of the press of the colony is calculated to do more injury to a principal industry of this disti'icfc than |tho reference to the battle of our tim bers so exhaustively thrashed out years ago, and again revived under the heading- of Jarrah v. Karri, in an extract from the Pall Mall Gazette of 18th. February last. From a perusal of that ex tract it will be seen that it emanates from the advocates and purveyors of- the Karri timber. To the un prejudiced and disinterested reader the question will naturally occur : Why, if -Karri timber is all that is claimed for it, the necessity arises to build its reputation ;;iipon a- de traction of the Qualities of Jarrah ? To those most intimately acquaint ed with the histoiy and pi-operties of the two woods, it will be ob served that the arguments pro and con are still based npon the legal maxim that ' when you have a bad case, abuse the ...
LOCAL CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
LOCAL GBIGEET. The three games played by the Blackwood Rovers against the teams of Brunswick, Vasse, and Bunbury, in the order named, on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday last, on the plains, resulted in a decided victory for the Rovers. In the first match against the Brunswick Club, Mottram Trn1 4: n Q r? nTTQui: -n-\ «i rl « in a n i rvn o^f score (4S), Robinson contributing 26. In the match against Vasse the Rovers were successful by 24 runs. Their match against the Bunbnry Club, which hitherto held premier place, was expected to be a very close contest,. and the Rovers success was surprising. The following are the scores ; . ROVERS V. BRUNSWICK. - . , Brunswick. — 1st Innings. Gardiner, b Blechynden, ... ... 1 , L. Crampton, run out, ? 4 Hynde, b Blechynden, ? 0 Meredith, run out, ? ... 2 G. Spencer, c Mottram b Morgan 2 ;; Offer, b Blechynden... ... ... 3 Galvin, run out ? ... 0 Mackay b Morgan ... ... ... 0 T. Crampton (not out) ? 1 ? Partridge, c Williams b Morgan 1 Fowler, b Mo...
ROVERS V. VASSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
ROVERS V. VASSE. - Blackwood. — 1st Innings. \ ? II. Eobinson, b Everingham, ... .3 , E. Eobinson. b McDaniell, ..'. -1 Morgan, b Everingham ? 0 Steere, b McDaniell,... ;.. ... 0 Walter, b North ... ... .;. . 8 Mottram, b North; ... ... ... 11 Williams, b North ... ... ...19' Bovell, c and b MeDaniell ... 5 ..? Gardiner, run out, ?.. ... : ..r 10 Eamsay, run out, ... .... ... -5 . Blechynden (not out) ... ... :3 ? Sundries,... ... ... ?'???;.;' 13 .:?' . : ?.??'? Total . 78 Bowling Analysis : Ereringham, 132 balls, 22 runs, 2 wkts, 10 mdns ; Mc- Daniell. 66 balls. 22 runs, 3 wkts, 3 mdns; North, 60 balls, 21 runs, 3 wkts, 2 mdns. 2nd. Innings. Mottram, b McDaniell, ... ,.. 1 Eobinson. b North, ? ... 2 Morgan, b Everingham ... ... ,3 Eobiuson, lbw, ? 6 Walter, b North, ... ... ...' 0 Williams, b Everingham,... ... 0 Eamsay (not out) ... ...... 6 Steere, b Everingham, ... .;. -0 Gardiner, lbw, ? 0 Bovell. c McDaniell, b North... 7 Blechynden, b North, ... ... 7.. Sundries ... .',. ......
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
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The Perth Races. W.A.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. PERTH, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
'i Tlie, Iferffi'- Bace'B. ?'.. w.a.t.q. autumn; meetincl ? '''?.: ..;- : Perth, 6 p.m. The- Autumn' meeting of the W.A. Turf Club held to-day Avas a great ..?', success. The weather was beautiful. . Following are the results : . . . Hurdle Ha.ce. — Two miles. Hero (list 31b), ? 1 Secretly (9st 61b)... ' ... 2 Oberon*(10st61b) ? 3 Grand Stand;1 Stakes. — One mile. Skylight (7st*21b) ... 1 Durable (8sl 91b) ? 2 Gronda(7st,81b) i ? 3 Breeders' Stakes. — 5fur. European (9st) ... ... - 1 - Carbine (7st) ... ? ... 2 -- Brighton (Sst) ?' ? 3 Autujin Handicap. — 7fur.' Miss Boolka (7st 121b) ... 1 Ina (7st 61b) ? 2 Melba (7st 61b) ? 3 Won by a length. Time lm. 34secs. Metropolitan Handicap. — If miles. Durable (Sst 71b) ? 1 Skylight (7st) ... -' ... 2 ' . , Scarpia (9st'41b) ... , ... 3 , This was a grand race, Durable only winning by a head. Time, 2m. 47s
Municipal Council. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
Municipal Council SPECIAL MEETING. A special meeting of the Municipal -; Council called by the Mayor (W. Spencor, Esq.) was held 'in the Me chanics' Institute on Monday evening last. - -_: ' ?.:'.. ' ?' ' ;? ? '; ' Present — The Mayor, and Crs. Banting, Gibbs, Floyd, Masted and Moore. Dr. Lovegrove (medical of ficer); -was also present. The Mayor said: You may think it rather abrupt of me calling this meet ing, but as you all 'know there is an epidemic raging in Perth, and it is our duty to do all wo can to protect ourselves. We are at present free from contagious diseases, but we may not be able to prevent the epidemic com ing here ; yet, it is in our power to mitigate the effects of the disease if it comes amongst us. As far as I know there is no quarantine station in Bunbury. Perhaps Uv. Liovegrove would enlighten us on that subject. Dr. Lovegrove answered in the negative. The Mayor : Then it is highly ne cessary we' should make provision for one at once. According- to the Act th...
The Turf. BUNBURY T. C. ANNUAL RACES [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
The Tiirf. ?-'??? ? _A ? ? BUNBURY T.C. ANNUAL RACES The annual, meeting of the: Bun bury Turf Club was held on Thurs day, and was decidedly the most sue- - cessful race meeting ever held in Bunbury. ' . . '..... , : The town was all excitement fdr several days before the races. Num bers of visitors from the outlying districts, taking a circuit from the Harvey by Bridgetown to Quindalup, were present, and over 150 visitors came by the special train (more than 100 from Perth), arriving here an . The morning looked very threaten ing, and fears were entertained that the day would be a wet one, es^ pecially as the glass was falling, but about noonjthe weather cleared UT? The afternoon 'was really splendid, and the course was in fine condition. In good time in the morning ve hicles of all descriptions — from tho neatly turned out buggy to the car rier's waggon, were out taking^ pas sengers to the course, and quite a number of private conveyances were on the ground, from which the owners ...