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ROVERS V. BUNBURY. BUNBURY:—1st. Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
ROVERS V. BUNBURT. Bunbuey: — 1st. Innings. G. C. Spencer, b Morgan, ... 1 J. Hislop, b Blechjmden, ... ... 2 A. Spencer, b Bleehynden, ... 1 Stafford, b ? do. ...' ... 2 Powell, b do ? 10 C. E. Sriencer, b do ? 2 Stokes, b do ? ..12 - W. Hislop b do. ? -- Devitt, b Morgan, ... ... 14 Pratt, b do ? :.. 0 North (not out)..-.. ... ? 4 Sundries,.... ... ... .;. 6 Total 54 Bowling Analysis : Morgan, 86 bails, 31 runs, 3 wkts, 2 maidens ; Blechynden, 84 balls, 17 runs, 7 wkts, 7 maidens. 2nd. Innings, G. C. Spencer, b Eobinson. ... 3 - Devitt, b do. ... 0 ' Stokes, b do. ... 1 A Spencer, c Gardiner, ? 1 'Stafford, run out, ? 2 Powell, b Eobinson. ? 4 ? C. E. Spencer, b Eobinson, ... 3 North (not out) ? ... ... 5 J. Hislop c Eobinson b Mottram 1 W. Hislop c Gardiner b Eobinson 0 Pratt, b Hobinson, ... ? . .0 , Sundries, ? 1 .' Total 21 Bowling Analysis: Sobinson, 62 balls, 12 runs, 8 wkts, 5 maidens ; Mottram, 60 ^ balls, 8 runs, 1 wkt, 4 maiden. Blackwood. Mot tram, c Spencer, b Stafford...
THE SMALL-POX MOVEMENT IN BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
TEE; SMALL-POX MOVEMENT IN BJJNBJJBT. ? The telegram sent by. the Mayor in accordance ? with the resolution passed at the Municipal Council meeting',-.: was'-., answered ;: yesterday. The reply from^the' Governinerit was that in accordance with a previous ?nvnr»1«vmaf,irvn fhfi TTpaitli Officer and Resident Magistrate were the Board of Health. As soon as the answer of the Government .became known,, a requisition was sent to the Mayor, asking him to call a public meeting next morning (to-day), but_ the Mayor did not consider this within his province without- the consent of the constituted authorities. .;., The ratepayers who signed' the re quisition, and several others, held, a meeting,' and' appointed a deputation to wait on the Resident Magistrate and the Health Officer; requesting the passengers by the s.s. Flinders be examined in Freman tie . before.*. the vessel- left, for- Buribiiry'.-: This Was accordingly done, and the resolution sent to th.e Magistrate, ;whq. was: then sitti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
. ? Pl For Sale. KOOMBAB'A ' STEAM j Roller Flour Mill, n BUNI1UBY, ' 9j -O ^ © -^ Xa 3£2- tl By the Undersigned. m -n Best Roller, Flour, £9 15s. per ton. Single Bag, 20s. ; half bag, 10s. 6d. ; a] quarter bag, 5s. 6d. oi Pollard, £8 10s. per ton. P li Bran, £6 per ton. 1T Oats, 3s. per bushel. ' C Crushed Oats, 3s. 4d. per bushel. Si Wheat (seed), 4s, 6d. per bushel.- c Fowls 'wheat, 3s. per bushel. Barley, 3s. 4d. per bushel. r Pigsfood (sweepings), 5s. per bag. Bone Dust, £7 per ton. I REDUCED KATES for QUANTITY. Delivered Free any part of town, su burbs, or railway station. EOBEET POEEEST. FOR SALE : The . business ofg Pastrycook and Confectioner, now conducted by Mr. W. F. Green. Victoria-st. £12 week s clear profit to a good man. Cash transaction ; splendidjoargain. Ap- . ply early. Town Lots 71, 72 andj73 at corner of Wittenoona and Elliott Sts., near Mr. Port's' residence. Lot 18 facing Koombana Terrace. Parts of Lots 35 and 36, at the corner of Ommanney and Wollaston-sts.,...
THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
THE By^BURY. HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19,1895. It is hardly fitting that the great accomplished fact of our connec tion by rail 'with the City and Port — -the first fruits of which, were so jubilantly evidenced on Thursday last — should be dismissed, with. the curt record that a special train brought 200 passengers from Perth to see the races. It is true the line is not yet publicly available, and that we shall have to revert to the subject at the official opening soon to take place. The occasion^ how ever, is so pregnant with interest. so prolific of reflections, and so suggestive of ' coming events cast ing their shadows before,' that it demands something more than a brief reference to the scene of Thursday last when the first freighted train from the Metropolis laden with visitors steamed ;into Bunbury, amid the enthusiastic ac clamations of the populace. For the first time we had vividly brought to our perception the tan gible evidence of things 'but yet in contemplation, and th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
Shipping. --V^5, AD ELAIDE ^81§|1|^, (Limited) '' (Under Contract witli tlie West Austra lian Government for the Con veyance of Mails) Will despatch, their Splendid Steamships as under : — To Bunbury Roads, Vasse Koads, and Quiiidalup. blinders, : Tues. Apr. 18 4.30 p.m. No cargo received after 2 p.m. on day of sailing. To Dongarra and G-eraldton. Flinders Tues. April 25 5 p.m. No cargo can be received after/2^p.ni on day of sailing. To Geraldton. Sharks Bay, Carnarvon Roads, Ashburton Roads, Pearling Grounds, Roebuck Bay, transhipping at Roebuck Bay to s,s. Rob Roy for Derby, Wyndhaxn, and Port Darwin. Wed Victorian May 10. 5p-m' For the Colonies (From Fremantle) a™ 1 aSSJL. ? TiaE Tente l-dn Early Bullarra Sat. April 29. 4.30p.m. 3?rom Melbourne and Adelaide, with transhipments from Sydney. q- Leaves Leaves bTElMBB MeLBOUBSE ADELAIDE Bullarra April li April 18 E0J3T. FORREST, Local Agent. ~\-_ 'Jk TT U D D A R T ^tejk II PARKER ?^HH^I^AND CO.'S LINE. CARGO AND PASSENGER .SERVICES....
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE, ' HesErs. Eeily & Co., Sydney, report : Tin, £90 per ton in London. Tin Ore, 15s. 6d. per unit in Sydney. Messrs. Thomas Haywaxd and Son report : — ?Wholesale Peice List. Galvanised Iron (Orb brand) 26 gauge, £22 10s. ton. Bar Iron, £11 10s. ton. Fencing wire (Annealed steel), £11 10s. to £12 Galvanised Fencing Wire, £15 10s to £16' ' Barbed Wire (galvanised) £24. Corn Sacks. 7s. per doz. Bran Bags, 5s. Qd. per doz' Wool Bales, lOf, 3s. each. Kerosene Oil, 150Q test, 11s. : Salt, fine (Black Horse), £6 10s. ton. Bone Dust (imp.), £7 ton. Flour (Adelaide Roller), £10 10s. Od. „ (Bunbury Roller), £9 15s. 0d. Pollard, £7 Bran, £6 Oats, 3s. bushel. Chaff, £6. ton Potatoes (imported), £7 ton. Seed Wheat, 4s. 6d, Peas, 4s, Onions (imported), £7 10s. ton. Sugar, £22 10s. to £28 ton, Tea, Is. 3d. to 2s. lb. Cement 16s 6d cask. April 10th, 1893.
(To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 April 1893
(ToJJie Ediibrc^iTM^uhii^'Serald^) .SiRi'-r— I,with many others in this locality were very pleased to see y our kindly 'ref erenco' to Mr. J. XavScp.tt;-; in''yb.ur. 'issue /of thQ/i2th-'inst. ;;I would ; certainly have communicated with yoii'-eariieK.- orLA.tliis-Stibject,-but- the Smtliern. Times, in-- which the: ma- licious letter referring ; to Mr.; Scott's collection m- aid ? ot tne Queensland Fund appeared, or iii fact any other issue of that paper J is 'so seldom seer, here, that I may be excused for knowing nothing about it until the meeting was held to denounce the writer. As you are aware a very emphatic protest was recorded against the insult offered to Mri Scott, who is widely, known for his self-sacrificing ' labors . in the ; gospel cause,; and .: universally; -. esteemed: throughout the district. -It is 'some satisfaction to know that : the vindic tive mendacity published in the letter referred tp; can, have few readers in -comparison with the refutation ap pearing in...
Vasse. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
''? Vasse. .? ? 4 ? . [From our Correspoxdhxt.] '???'? Vasse, Saturday. The Blackwood Rovers, must, I should imagine, have returned to their respective homes quite proud of their success. We, of -the Vasse, quite ex pected that the Bunbury team, would make a good stand against them; in fact, after their recent wins, we fully expected Bunbury team would come oft' victorious against the Rovers. As regards our own team, we were not disappointed at the result, for ours was a very weak team indeed, some . of our best all-round players being absent. Mr. G-.B. Milne, who is .ac knowledged to be the best wicket keeper in the team, was unavoidably absent. Perhaps when the return match is played the tables will be turned. We were, howeveiypleased to learn that our race-horses were ?successful in Bunbury and further pleased to hear of their success in Perth. : Several gentlemen connected with firms of railway contractors arrived here during the early part of the week, having travelled along th...
COLLIE COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
COLLIE COAL The following is the report ior the fortnight ended March 22i'd, of Mr. Pen dleton, mining engineer, in charge of the boring operations at the Collie : — Our progress at the drift has been very much impeded by the amount of water coming from the bottom of the coal seam. It is not so much the quantity exactly as the inefficient appliances in use for baling. We now have the coal 12t't. thick in the end of the drift, and it looks very well indeed. The appearance of the extracted coal has suffered a great deal by the ad hesion of dirty, -wet, foreign matter, and the particular manner in which^ it is worked. This manner of working is that tnown to the trade as being on the '? end' in contra-distinction to the usual method of working on the ' face.' Our working v on the ' end' is unavoidable, and has the effect of making the extracted coal more broken up. and consequently less marketable. The foregoing defects in the samnles vf ill not reall v deteriorate the steaming qualific...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
Nesbifc and Jorgor, Hay street, aro always glad to post goods on application. Nesbifc and Jergcr, Hay street, receive fresh consignments of Jewellery and elec troplate every mail. T'or Jewellery Repairing, or Manufactur ing, go to D. B. Taylor, Stephen Street— ' The Practical Tridesman.'— Advt. Nesbit. and Jcrqer Hay street, have Speci ally made borves for packing watcheajVpoabed. free of cost.— 'A.dvb/ ..?:...?/? ' ? ' ? Spencer and Son are now opemnjjfup their Now Winter's goods ' BeEoco' pur- chasing elsewhere be sure and--^ inspect thoir stock. —Ap^T. ' '
THE FIFTH DEATH. ROBT. ADAMS SUCCUMBS. THE DISEASE-ABATING, PERTH, This Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
THE FIFTH DEATH. ROBT. ADAMS SUCCUMBS. THE DISEASE- ABATING, Perth, This Morning. The small-pox epidemic shows signs of abating in the city, and there are no new cases since Friday. All the patients have now been compulsorily removed to the encamp ment, where the condition of the pa tients is said to be most serious. The fifth death occurred j^est-ei'day, the victim being a man named Robt. Adams, aged thirty years. The dis ease took a firm hold on him, owing to his not having been vaccinated: All the patients who are not vac cinated are in a very bad way. Seve ral other patients are also in a very critical condition. Those who were previously vaccinated have only con tracted the disease in its mildest form, and many of them are now convalescent. The doctors have given up Captain Crook, who is rapidly sinking. Parsons, Stephens, Mrs. Neeson and Rose Alborough are not likely to recover. There are thirty-two patients at the encampment, half of which num ber are convalescent. All '.the ...
ACCIDENT, [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
ACCIDENT, ^- — 0 ? — A very serious accident occurred on Tuesday night to a son of Mi\ J, Hough, White Road, a boy of about) 5 years of age. The child was sent to bed about seven o'clock, ft candle being left on a box close to the bed. Shortly afterwards a scream was heard from the room, aiid Mr- Hough went immediately to see what was the matter, aud found the boy in flames, The boy had evidently got out of bed, and in at» tempting ''to get on the floor his night dress jeaught fire, and before help arrived he was burned severely from his hip to his arm on one side* When Mr. Hough went to his son's assistance, the poor little fellow was trying to put the fire out himself. Dr. Lovegrove was sent for^ who did all he could to relieve the little sufferer. We believe the child is in a critical state, but Dr. Lovegrove does not an ticipate a fatal result.
MARRIAGE AT VASSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
MAElilAGE AT VASSK ? v (From Our Correspondent.) On Thursday last Mr. W. G. Daw son, of Deepdean, eldest son of Mr. G. Dawson. of New Town, was mar ried to his cousin, Miss Edith Daw son, eldest daughter of Mr. E Dawson, of Westbrook. The bride looked ex ceedingly pretty and was attended by 4 bridesmaids — viz., the Misses Rose and Rhoda Dawson (sisters of the bride) and the Misses Emma and Mary Dawson (sisters of the bride groom). The bride was given away by her father while Mr. A. Dawson. acted as best man. The choir sang hymn No. 350. Upon leaving the Cliui'ch the}7 received a good shower ing of rice, etc. The bridal party drove to Westbrook, the residence of the bride's parents, and after partak ing of cake and wine, the happy pair left for their home at Deepdean, car rying with them the good wishes of all for their future happiness.
ANOTHER DEATH. PERTH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
ANOTHER DEATH. Perth, Monday. Acting on a resolution of the Board of Health on Saturday, the Attorney-General was consulted as to the powers of the board to com pnlsorily remove all patients from the city. The Attorney-General re plied, pointing out that ihe board had the power, under regulations gazetted Siime years ago. It was resolved, therefore, to remove all patients forthwith from the city, and the Health Officer received specific in structions on Saturday to carry this out properly. All the patients will be removed to-day except Mrs. MacPherson, who is too ill. Another death occurred at the en campment 3-esterday afternoon. A lad, named Stacey, who had the worst form of the disease, expired. JBo had not been vaccinated. The Health Officer was present at the time. The funeral took place at midnight, with all the usual precau tions. Several of the patients at the encampment are seriously ill, gen erally unvaccinated cases. Those who liave been vaccinated take the disease In. a ...
DEATH OF MRS. McPHERSON. SUSPECTED CASE AT YORK. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
D^ATH OP MRS. McPHERSON. SUSPECTED CASE AT YORK. Perth, Tuesda}-. ,T.he. fourth, deatii from small-pox occurred yesterday afternoon, when Mrs. McPherson sucenmbed to the malady, complicated by other diseases. The deceased lady was a daughter of Hon. George Glyde, and was much respected and esteemed. She was buried at midnight at the new ceme tery where other patients who died from the disease are interred. In an article last night the Daily Jsfews pointed out the necessity for a medical officer being present at the encampment. Xoung Stacey died without spiritual comfort. The Health Board met yesterday and called a motion that Dr, Elgee be appointed resident medical officer at the new fever hospital. This will be acted upon, and Dr. Elgee is to enter on his dnties to-morrow. Dr. O'Connor, Health Officer, says that-. the epidemic shows perceptible .signs' of abatement. A suspected case is reported from York, but the case, is not regarded as one of small-pox, although the patient has b...
Meeting's. BUNBURY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
IVr P Af ,1 11 Of S3 BUNBURY PROGRESS ASSO CIATION. The monthly meeting of the Bun bury Progress Association was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Mon day night week. The President (Mr. T. Hayward) occupied the chair. The business on the notice paper wras to receive the report of the Spe cial Committee appointed to inspect the available lands suitable for public park, and to discuss a motion re. the payment of members of parliament, and to consider an alteration of rules and fixing a quorum. Dri Lovegrove, ons of the Special Committee, reported that he, in com pany with Mr. Newton Moore, went, out to see some-land, the property'of Mrs. Carey, on' the western side of the railway lme, which he considered a most suitable site for 'a public, .park. The land was close'to town and. could be purchased at a most reasonable rate. '-; ? ..?-?? Mr. C- L. Hastier. There; is nearly, a foot of water oh the 'greater part of the land during the ;winter season. Mr. Newton Moore said -that the site...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
Chemists. JY71 M M E R S 0 N, CHEMIST AND DRUG-GIST, STEPHEN ST.. ...... ....BUNBURY. (Established 1883.) .' Sulphate of Ammonia in cwt. casks ,;Genuine Horse & Cattle Medicines, . '? 'Genuine Patent Medicines. EDMUND DEAN 'V-:- AND Co. Wholesale axd Retail CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS, MANUFACTURERS it IMPORTERS OF Drugs, Chemical*. Pharmaceutical Pre parations, Proprietary and Patent ? : Medicines, Toilet and Nursery Requisites, Perfumery, Ete. Station Managers, Storekeepers, and ? .Contractors Supplied at the ?-?,;.. . . Loicest Hates. Country Orders will receive provifit attention. Jx& a pip Xb£-B&i JL j Jr tJX till. . HIGH ST2tE£T,Fremantle. DEAN'S ; ' I. „ - Indigestion 'Mixture.' By its digestive, stomach-invigorating -and appetizing properties, is a J'ositive remedy for Indigestion, t stands on its own merits, and ''' 'oil the' reputation obtained by, - 'the ???wonderful effects which ''' have followed its use ever}' ?'} - ' ' where. PRICE, 2s, 6d. 2.-'-.i ...
PRECAUTIONS AT PINJARRAH [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
PRECAUTIONS at PINJARRAH The Mayor received the following telegram this afternoon : ' The Resi dent Medical Officer at Pinjarrah has been instructed to examine as far as practicable all persons travelling by train or road, and to do everything in his power to prevent anj-one but those successfully vaccinated from going on, and to keep your Board in formed of what he does. — Oct. Bdrt, Under Secretary.'