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Home Rule Bill. A MAJORITY FOR THE GOVERNMENT. STIRRING SCENES. MR. GLADSTONE RECEIVES AN OVATION. LONDON, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
Hoine Rule Bill. — $ — A MAJORITY FOR THE GOV ERNMENT. STIRRING SCENES. MR. GLADSTONE RECEIVES AN^ OVATION. 0: Losdox, April 21. . ; The 2,000 delegates from Ulster, who have been despatched to attend the anti-Home Rule meeting at the Albert Memorial Hall, South Ken sinsrton, have ai'iived in London. Amongst the nrst place they visited was the House of Commons, where a striking scene occurred. They caught .^ight of Mr. Gladstone, as he was en tering the House, and at once bfig;m groaning and hooting at him, and crying ' Traitor Gladstone !' Mr Gladstone was visibly annoyed at this hostile demonstration. London, April 22. The Home Rule Bill has passed the second reading in the House of Com mons. The voting was as follows : — For the second reading ... 347 Against ... - ... ... 304 Majority for the second reading 43 The closing scenes of the debate on the motion for the second reading of the Home Rule Bill were 01 a most exciting nature. It is a singular coincidence that the majority ...
Bank Failures. THE A.J.S. BANK CLOSES ITS DOORS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
Bank Failures. — — ^ — THE A.J.S. BANK CLOSES ITS DOORS. [From Our Correspondent.] Sydney, Thursday. The Australian Joint Stock Bank closed its doors to-day. The bank has 29 branches in New South Wales and 8 in Queensland. The closing of the bank has been necessary, owing to the persistent withdrawals of deposits. The bank had £1,000,000 in hand,, and it was considered to have held; a strong position. : The bank will be opened to-morrow for the receipt of new accounts on the same lines as the Commercial Bank. i . . ......-..?
Topics of the Week [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
Topics of the Week. ? A ? Mr. R. H. Rose, J.P. has removed from ' Parkfield' to 'Moorland,' two miles from Bunbury. #** The annual meeting of the Bunbury Football Club will meet at the Rose Hotel on Friday, tho 28th, at 8 p.m. *** The Mutual Improvement Society's re port, Mr. Davidson's letter, Greenbushes News, several telegrams, and other matter are unavoidably crowded out this issue. # * * A general meeting of the Bunbnry Cricket Club is called by adverl'soment, to be held at the Rose Hotel, to-morrow, Thursday, at 8 p.m. * # # A stud ram consigned to Mr. R. H. Rose, junr., came by the s.s. Nemesis, and 10 kangaroo dogs were brought by one of the passengers for Buubury on the same boat. ? *% ' As the ballasting of the PerthBun bury line will be finished right through in about ten daj's, it is to be hoped that no' unnecessary delay will take place in opening the hue as- quickly as possible. - h ,. - *** :, Some thoughtless or vicious minded ! person spread a report that small-pox ...
LONDON . CHARTERED'' BANK PERTH, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
LONDON . CHARTERED BANK : ? .... Perth, To-day. Another bank failure is reported from Melbourne. Yesterday, the London Chartered Bank of Australia suspended payment;, usual cause, depositors steadily withdrawing. In order to protect the shareholders and other- depositors, it was decided to close the doors. The bank- re-opens iq.-day. for , receiving .credit accounts on re-'ebnstruction lines similar to the Commercial.
Board of Health. MEETING SATURDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
?Board of Health. ? : ? A ? ? ? .MEF/TING SATURDAY NIGHT, The first meeting of the Municipal Council as a .Board of Health was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Saturday last. The meeting was called by the Mayor, who received information that the Municipal Coun cil was constituted a Board'of Health. Present : the Mayor, Crs. Banting, Clarke, Floyd, Moore and Maxted. The resident Magistrate and Dr. Lovegrove were also present. Re solved — ?'That Dr.. Lovegrove be appointed Health Officer or the Board.' Proposed by Or. Clarke, seconded by Cr. Maxted — ' That a spot on the Sea Hills Com monage, near Dowdell's Hill, be selected as a site for the erection of a hospital for cases of sin;ill-pox.' Carried. Crs. Clarke and Maxted to select a site. Resolved— ; ' That tenders be .invited for the erec tion of necessary buildings on approved site, to be received up till half-past six o'clock on Tuesday evening next (last night).' ? : Resolved —..'.. , -.; ,- r . ; . .. ? , ? ' -To' aiynlv- to...
MEETING MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
.MASTING MONDAY NIGHT. Present : the Mayor, Crs. Banting, Clark, Floyd, and Maxted. The Medical Officer, Dr. Lovegrove was in attendance. A ground plan for a quarantine hospital was submitted by Dr. Love* grove, as requested at the previous meeting. The building would be about. 48 ft: x 17 ft., giving accom modation for 6 male patients, and 4 female. Later in the evening Dr. Loveorove suggested that the build ing might be smaller, and a second building erected for suspected cases. It was resolved to have the building for the Quarantine Hospital erected at once, and that Crs. Floyd, Banting and Moo] e prepare plnns and speci fications before 12 o'clock next morn ing. The plans and specifications to be seen at the Mayor's store, by the contractors in town, who were to be asked to tender for the work, as there was no time to call for tenders in the usual manner^ The tenders to be sent in at next night's meeting. Crs. Clarke and Maxted the com mittee appointed to select a site foi the h...
MEETING- TUESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
MEETING TUESDAY NIGHT. . The Health Board met again lnst evening for the purpose of considering lenders for the erection of the Fever 'and Small-pox Hospital, near Dow dell's Hill. The same members of the Board were present. The Mayor announced that he had received four tenders, which were duly opened, and found to be a3 fol lows : W. R. Smith ... £130 - Berry and Rule ... £a2|).;:12s.- Adams & Montgomery £109 ;: G. Lawrence ... £98 The sub-committee appointed to 'draw up specifications reported that the lowest tender was a fair and reasonable one ; ?' it' was, therofore, accepted; the work to be carried out forfi-with and finished on or before Wednesday next, May 3rd. On the motion of Cr. Maxtedj spi conded by Or-. Moore, it was agree I that a bonus of £2 per day be given for each day saved in the completion of the bnilding; Cr. Floyd proposed that a nil© of £2 per day be inflicted foi' each day beyond the specified time. This Was seconded by Cr^ Banting, but wasi lost by 4...
RAILWAY ACCIDENT. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
RAILWAY ACCIDENT-. .-. ? [by electric telegraph] (Fjbom our owx Correspondents) PtfR-f-rf, This Day. A railway accident occurred this morning on the' Canning Jarrah Timber Co.'s line between the up and down timber tains; The engine of the up train was smashed and the trucks wrecked: The Attorney-General, Mr. Me Mecham, a lady and child were in the train, the latter of whom wad found cut and bleeding, but the others wei*8 unhurt.
Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Bunbury Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
Correspondence. — * — (To the Editor of the Bunbury Herald.) Sir, — I and a number of my neighbours were very much pleased to see Mr. Hastie's letter in your issue of April 12th, in reply to the ^ very misleading article which ap. peared in the Fall Mall Gazette, on the durability of the two timbers, Karri and Jarrah, and also your able leaderon the same subiect. Tbisis not the first time the superiority of the , Jarrah timber over all other timbers has been so prominently brought before public notice through the press, and I trust that it will be con tinued until the merits of the JaiTab. be universally established. Jarrah is a timber that is unequalled in W. A., and I, an well as Mr. Hastiie, very much doubt the statement made with regard to the paving in London, befoi'e accepting that statament with regard to the weai- of the two timbers, Jarrah and Karri, I should like to know if the two were supplied by the same Co., and with regard to the Hon. J. Wright's statement about the K...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
Sir, — In your last issue a letter appears from Mr. John Davidson, taking exception to part of Mr. Hastie's letter with reference to tho respective merits of Jarrah and Karri timbers. I take it, sir, that tho obiect in view is to create and fonter a trade in foreign markets- for our timber, and to this end we should en courage the exportation of the timber^ which will permanently maintain the- trade. Even Mr. Davidson will acknowledge that the Jarrah timber will secure the confidence we require in foreign markets. It is suitable for all purposes, and its durability thoroughly established. Then why so persistently advocate the ex~ portation of Karri, which has soch a questionable reputation, especially as: there are a million acres of Jarr&U timber forest to work on ? IMPARTIAL. Sir, — In view of tho impetus which recently has been given to the desiro to acquire knowledge either closely or remotely relating to the question of vine and fruit growing, the accom panying informat...
MEETING AT THE VASSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
MEETING AT THE VASSE, (By our special- Reporter.) An influential and representative meeting of residents of the Vasse was held in '?: the: ./. Weld Institute, Bu3selton, on Thursday afternoon, to consider: the steps : which should be taken in view of the. small-pox epi demic in Perth, and also for the pur pose of urging upon the Government the necessity of appointing a Medical Officer for the Vasse. : ? ?'- ? :-:?-:?? I'- Amongstthose present were: Messrs R. Gale, acting R.M.V, J. Cookwdrthy,' Esq., M.L, A., W. Patterson, M.L.A., G. W. Barnard : (Mayor), ;E: A. Pries, A. R. Pries, C; Layman; G. F. Geurrier,' F, Reed, A. Moore, Armstrong, Smith, F. .Locke, J. B. Locke, A. L. Payne, Thomson, Capt.; Reid, and others. ... ..: . ,. : .-.:. :,. ; ? : The Mayor (Mr^G:W::Barhard); presided, and^briefly stated' the object of the meeting : ??: Mr. Cookworthy stated he' had been in communication with the Gov ernment, who he found hadbeen'doino their; best; -to .obtain; : an- efficient Medical ...
Quarter Sessions. THURSDAY, APRIL 20th. (Before Messrs. W. H. Timperley, R.M., and and R. H. Rose,Thos. Hay ward, and J. Foster Johnston, J's.P., and [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
'?- ?. - A. ? ? '- ; THURSDAY, APJRIL 20th. (Before Messrs. W. H. Timperley, R.M., andE. H. Roae.Thos. Hayward, and J. Foster Johnston, J's.P., and ; a jury of 12.) ' ' : E. Lanyon : Handcock was charged with issuing a valueless 'cheque on the West Australian . Bank,: Fre mantle, for £6, .to Mr; Illing worth, of the Rose Hotel. Mr. Ulingworth sworn* said:— The defendant was a lodger in my hotel in November last, and the cheque pro duced was given to me by the defen dant. The cheque is for £6 ; he was indebted to me £2, and I gave him £4 in change. '.Th'e cheque was re turned to me marked 'No Account.' I wrote to the 'defendant informing him that the cheque was returned, and I got no answer from him until after proceedings were taken against him. I then got a letter with the amount of the balance enclosed. I first took proceedings against the defendant in February last Mr, Lovegrove called no witnesses He stated to the jury that the issuing of the cheque on the Fremantlo Bank was don...
THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
the BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1893. It is satisfactory to note that the grave fears that were entertained of that dread disease — small- pox — being brought to Bunbury is fast dying out, and it is also matter for congratulation that tho Resident Magistrate,Dr.Lovegrove, and the Mayor, have proved ade quate to the occasion, and, turning the channel of impracticable sug gestions, have adopted the wise course of moulding public opinion in the direction best calculated to effect the object aimed at. We may also congratulate ourselves that we have had a breathing space since the advent of this infliction in which to educate ourselves to the necessities of the situation. The columns of the press of the colony, teeming as they are from day to day with valuable sugges tions and practical evidences of the best course to adopt in similar emergencies, have, to a certain ex tent, indicated the proper and most efficient means to guard against the insidious germs of the infection. The ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
'^— WATCH CLOCK, AND CHRONOMETER MAKER., ? — '' ? ' BUNBURY, . WLatb of V. E. Nesbit'?, Peetk, ISHES it to he known that he has no longer any business connection With. D. B. TAYLOR, Jeweller, of Bunbury. - «0T. -D. lias much pleasure in noti fying that he will establish himself at his trade in this town in about a fortnight, when Ke expects premises to be ready. '5^1 work will be done by him as heretofore, promptly and Well, at ?i:-V:.-- Moderate Charges. All Work Guaranteed for Twelve Months. .--' ???..;:-.aX: ? B. TAYLOR, ; - ;-;;- : PRACTICAL WATCHMAKEE, AND; /..!_' ''^ '^ . MANUFACTURING JETTELLjEE, STEPHEN STREET, BUNBUBt. '''??'] .^0'..y1; Old Gold and Silver Bought Watches & Clocks kept in Stock
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
_j,? .:. Shipping. ^^^^^^ ADELAIDE (^der Contract with- the West Austra _.,. lian Government for the Con .-',... veyanee of Mails) 'J|jT despatch their Splendid Steamships .,; , asunder: — ^Q IfrmbYiry Eoads, Vasse Roads, and :'r:- Ctiundalup. blinders, Tues. May 2. 4.30 p.m. -j-.ll / ? : ? = ? ? ? 'Nvi cargo received after 2 p.m. on day ofcsailing. ~. b *''» ?' ; ? ' ' ; ; \ ai :To Dbngaf ra and Geraldton. ? n7iiW~r ~ IftiHtiers Tues. April 25 6 p.m. list ::???? 'J^.cargo can be received after^p.m ori 'day of ? sailing. ToVfe'eraldton. Sharks Bay, Carnarvon 3|o$lS) : Ashburton Roads, Pearling grounds, Roebuck Bay, transhipping ai TKeebuck Bay to s,s. Rob Roy for. Perbyj' Wyndhaih, and Port Darwin. Ffir'th;e;Colonijes (Prom Eremantle) s^m. .. ': .*%%;» : t»' : - 11 i.-ii-.:.,* ?. .-. - . . . ~ ~~~~ Teaterrln :' Early BulfcuirV .?Sat. April 29. 430p.m. ?y«.g. ' PrtJirtJ-'Melbourne and Adelaide, with v. -transhipments from Sydney. (/''?/ Leaves Leaves ^T Mf.lboukse Adelaide Alb'Sny Ap...
The Latest Gables. THE HULL STRIKE. LONDON, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893
L:$|ia::.:Latest Gables. : (From our own Correspond ent,) THE HULL STRIKE. Loxdox, April 25. Se;ious labor riots have occurred at the Hull docks, and timber stacks have been fired in all directions, it is supposed by unionists. Yesterday, eight acres of dock property, valued at one million sterling, were destroyed. The labor leaders are vigorously pro testing against the employment of the military in putting down the strikes.