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Small-pox Scare. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
Small-pox Scare. The extent to .which the smalVpo^ is spreading has. created great alarm, all through Perth and Fremantle The West Aiisiralian gives an account of two further cas.es of small-pox lia^-' ing occurred. ' One of these was-ja young man named John Morris, living n4- +-]-»/-. ' A ??»-* ct-*'iin 1 -t n -n i-4 A-i-Ql ' trim i U fl.Cl showu several symptoms of the com plaint. He was taken ill a few days ago, and his appearance seems to have aroused some suspicion in . a . few of the boarders at the hotel, who betook themselves to fresh lodgings. The second case is that of Miss Pore, living in Howick street, in the second house on the right past Irwin street going east. Dr. O'Connor upon re ceiving the reports, visited both places, and found that each ot unc patients ;was 'suffering from what is atlpresent a mild attack of smallpox Miss Dore resides with her. mother, who keeps the house named as a boarding house. Both the places ; were,. at: once placed in quarantine, atid pol...
LATER DEVELOPMENTS. SEVERAL NEW CASES. AN INDIGNATION MEETING ASKED FOR. PERTH, This Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
LATE& DEVELOPMENTS. SEVERAL NEW CASES. AN INDIGNATION MEETING : ASKED FOE: .' (by electric telegraph.) ;' [Fkom our Own Correspondent.] Perth, This --Morning.. The small-pox epidemic shows no signs of abating. - Several new cases were reported yesterday. One child, named Hood, has con tracted the disease in its worst form, namely confluent ' small-pox. The other cases are a milder form of- the' disease. The sufterers have been removed to the tent encampment, and there are only a few patients now remaining in the city. Mrs. Montague's case is aggravated by child-birth, and she is consequently too ill to be removed, and in her case the worst is feared. ? There is now reasonable hope that the city will soon' be free from the disease, as it has been proved that the disease is not infectious in its first, stages, and by prompt removal the risk of infection is n~ ninrzed. Yesterday the town nail was open for free vaccination. A large, .crowd attended, but the small supply, of lymp...
The W. A. Eleven. MATCH AGAINST GEELONG. GEELONG, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
The W. A. Eleven. MATCH AGAINST GBELONG. [bt electric telegraph] : (Feosi oub own Correspondent.) : ;.-.??? Geelong, Thursday. The W.A. Eleven continued their match yesterdoy against Geelong. The first innings of the local i--rv\ concluded for 123. They follow .?.! -u and made 207 for 8 wickets, when tho - innings was declared closed. Wests made the necessary runs to «g win without losing a wicket. ISTorth (not out) 26, Orr (not out) 9, Sundries 3. Victory for W.A. by ten wickets.
MRS. MONTAGUE DEAD. PERTH, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
MRS. MONTAGUE DEAD. Perth, This Afternoon. Mrs. Montague succumbed to her illness yesterday. She was buried at midnight in a coffin faired all over with quicklime at the bottom. Only the undertaker and the police were allowed to be present. The priest desired to attend at the funeral, but the Health Officer advised him not to and se praj^ers were offered up in the cathedral instead. The poor woman, was annointed about ten days ago. The first death has caused a feeling of great uneasiness in the city this morning.
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
i opics oi &ne w eoK. At the latest meeting of the Agricul tural Bureau of Adelaide, one of the novelties of the refreshments serred vras frozen beer, when solid lumps of ale were served round to be eaten. * * It will be noticed in our advertising columns that tenders are called for the erection of a railway station at Bunbury. Specifications and drawings can be seen at the court house, Bunbury, after the 25th. inst. . ' * * ? * * The schooner Theresa (Capt.Eeid), arrived from Fremantlo yesterday, and landed 50 tons cargo ; s.s. Tehterden passed through from eastern colonies on her way to Fremantle, on ;Monday ; ;s.s. Nemesis is expected here' from the eas tern colonies about Saturday noxt. * * Nearly all the' niembersoFthe cricket team from Bridgetown, and Greenbushes returned home on Monday. They ap peared to be quite jubilant over their success in the/^hree matches played on the plains, more especially the match against the Bnnbury Glub from whom they anticipated a harder...
THE LATEST. THREE MORE CASES. IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE CITY. PERTH, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
THE LATEST. THREE MORE CASES. IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE ' '^ ??'??? ? .0ITY.-: ;''; :.:: ' Perth, 6 p.m. Three fresh cases of small -pox are reported this afternoon-. ??''-- One' of these is in Hay-street, W.,: the second in Cemetery-road, East Perth, and the third 'in St. George's Terrace. this saows tnat the disease nas now spread to all parts of the city. ' The rush for vaccination was very great to-day. The lymph ran out, but Dr. Haynes having a supply of lymph, he vaccinated four hundred persons gratuitously. '
Vasse. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
Vasse.' ' ? :: [From -?o.uk Correspondent;]' ' . ' ;? ., ?? Vasse, Saturday. We are just now having some splen did growing weather. '.--. . On Saturday the action J. :0rcss v. G. Cross, jr., was disposed of. The action was for the purpose of obtain ing possession of some horses, which the plaintiff claimed were being ille titilij LLCiaiUCU KfJ UX1C Vi.CXCIlU.cl/iLU. After hearing the evidence of the plaintiff and his witness, the Court ordered the defendant to deliver up the horses and to pay all costs. .. The debt case, Cross v. Cross came on for hearing on Thursday, but ow ing to the absence of the defendant, Mr. Lovegrove asked for an adjourn ment till next day. When the case came on yesterday it was further ad journed till this day week (Saturday next), as Mr. Lovegrove was not suf ficiently acquainted : with the case to proceed, with it in the absence of his client. ? : The committee of the Southern Districts Agricultural Society met to discuss a letter received from the hon. s...
Quarter Sessions. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19TH. (Before Messrs. W. H. Timperley, R.M. (chairman), T. Hayward, J. Foster Johnston, and H. H. Rose, J's.P., and a jury of twelve (Mr. Evans, foreman.) ARSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
Quarter Sessions . ? ^ — -WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19th. : (Before Messrs. W. H. Timperley, R.M. :.(chaiiman), T.. Hay ward, J. Foster .Johnston, and R. H. Rose, J's.P., and a jury of twelve ;(Mr. ; EvanSj- foreman.)-, -V.; ',??., ?? v . . Arson. W. Ward was charged with setting fire to a stack of ? straw at the Fer guson, belonging to Mr. J. Hough, on the 24th. February last. , W3. Hough, sworn, stated ho saw the stack on the 22nd.'February;last, and :ie again visited the farm on the fol lowingSaturday the stack' was burnt. It was worth about £10, and was located three or four, yards from, the road. The farm is in; charge of ?Mr. Fowler and Son', who ;have cattle running on it. ; Mary Ann Fowler, who was the principal witness,.. deposed that. she weritto the' farm oh the '24th. Feb ruary, and soon after saw the pri soner there. He was. icoming from ;the stack, and ' going through the ifence to the road. I noticed then: ithat the stack of straw was a-blaze. I was about 18 yards away on Tine...
Correspondence. JARRAH V. (To the Editor of the Bunbury Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
Correspondence. ? *- ? . :. \ JARRAH Y. KARRI. (To ihe Editor of the Bunbimj Herald.) Sir,— I approveof thegeneral tenor of Mr.,Hastie's letter in reference to] Jarrah and Karri. There can be no doubt at all that both timbers should be so- represented that; each would but think that there is something vague in Mr. Eastie's letter regarding the Karri timber. He says: ' Al ' though no doubt Karri is a good ' timber, if kept dry.' This last part of the sentence is certainly an unqualified-: assertion. ' I think . any one reading tne ievter im''™ m, who has no practical knowledge of the merits of Karri timber, would come to the conclusion . that it must be worthless. However, this is by no means the dase. Certainly, :I am ready to acknowlooga that the Karri is worthless for some purposes, which I will directly mention, but to allow ?tlye'impressip.n to be scattered abroad that the' Karri timber is practically ?worthless.-.as a whole, is nothing less j than a mbst scaridalous^piece' of p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
Mr. R.H. Rose, jr., has secured the contract for carting 50 tons of coal from the Collie coalfields for testing purposes, bis tender being 50s. per ton. Nine tons have already been carted down. We understand the coal brought down is of; much su-. p'erior character to that first taken out. ? ?; . ? '
THIS EVENING'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
'THIS EVENING'S MEETING.' - The meeting this evening was one of the largest.ever held in ..Bunbury, the Mechanics' Hall being crowded. ' The~ Mayor (Mr. W. Spencer) was in the chair, and Dr: Lovegrove and Mr: W. H. Timpeiiy, R.M.' the local Health Board, were present.. The chairman explained the ob ject of the. meeting, and called upon Mr; Marshall.- to explain what oc :curred;at, the. .meeting in the after noon:7' ': ' ' ' ' ' '= Mr. Marshall gave particulars men tioned above. Mr. Hay wished the members of the' -Municipal Council to be nomi nated for an additional Board of Health^ -r .rT. . . ,„. Mr. Marshall objected, as' the gen tlemen were already appointed, and held, that ; the' proceedings -of -the meeting iri:; the : afternoon were per fectly legitimate. , . ... - Mr. Hay 'then proposed that the members of the- Municpal Council be additional members of the Health Board;- * -;' ? ?'?? 'J . .Mi?..,. Timperley . spoke for .some, time^'advocating a calm consideration of this -ser...
NEW ZEALAND. DEATH OF TE KOOTI. AUCKLAND, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
.'NEW . 'ZEALAND. DEATH OE TE KOOTL Auckland, t Tuesday. The death is' announced of Te Kootv of Poverty. -Bay massacre fame... ' - - ?:? ;? ? ; : '. .; ? [Te Kooti was a notoriously blood thirsty Maori chief of considerable influence, 'i 'He was. the leader of the' tribe which descended onandmassa creu. » me vviiitc ejcuucio uj. iun/mj Bay-some twenty years -ago. For some years he was a terror to the settlers.- At last he was captured and banished to the Chatham Islands whence he subsequently escaped, and having received a free' pardon,, has. kept tolerably quiet since.] . .''?'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
For Jewellery Ecpairing, or Manufacture ing, go to D. B. Taylor, Stephen Street — ' The Practical Tradesman.'— Advt. Spencer and Son are now opening up their New Winter's goods.. Beforepur chasing elsewhere be ;' sure and ?? inspect their stock. — Advt. .,: ...;.
THE AGRICULTURAL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
THE, AGRICULTURAL GON '?'?? ' JJEBENOE. :':: - hV ? _ ? ;-» ; ,. .. ? ? - . . : The following resolutions, passed at the: Agricultural Conference, we clip from the West Australian : — Mr. Patterson proposed and Mr. Woodward seconded — ' To urge upon Government the necessity of officially recognising agriculture as a national: industry by establishing a Bureau of Ao-ricultnre with a permanent secre tly.' -.. , ?-. ;-,, y v ? Proposed -by Mr. Amherst, second? edby Mr. Woodward— 'To urge upon the Government the advisability of creating a. Central Board of Agricul ture, Viticulture, and. Horticulture, to be composed of the president or one delegate from each of the vine and fruit growers' associations and agricultural societies in the.. colony. The board to be .subsidised by' the' State and to have a permanent gecrer: tary, and to. meet at Perth ; ami , -be given the power to collect and dis seminate information relative to the vine and fruitgrowing industries an I agriculture generally...