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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE, ? * ? Messrs. Kelly & Co., Sydney, report : Tin, £90 per ton in London. Tin Ore, 15s. 6d. per unit in Sydney. Messrs. Thomas Hayward and Son report :— 'Wholesale Peice List. Galvanised Iron (Orb brand) 26 gauge, £22 10s. ton. Bar Iron, £11 10a. ton. Fencing wire (Annealed steel), £11 10s. to £12 Galvanised Fencing 'Wire, £15 10s to £16 Barbed Wire (galvanised) £24. Corn Sacks, 73. per doz. Bran BngB, 5s. 6d. 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 10a. Od. „ (Bunbury Roller), £9 15b. Od. Pollard, £7 Bran, £6 Oats, 3s. bushel. Chaff, £6. ton Potatoes (imported), £7 10s. tor. 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. For Sale. KOOMBA^TA STEAM Roller Flour Mill, BUNJJURY, — o :bj ® -^, Xa S3— By the Undersigned. Best Boiler, ...

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Small-pox Scare. IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTS. CASE DISCOVERED at ALBANY DEATH OF MILLER AT FREMANTLE. NEW CASES AT PERTH. NEW AND ALARMING DEVELOPMENTS. PERTH, 5 p.m. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 April 1893

Small-pox Scare. — * — IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTS. CASE DISCOVERED at ALBANY DEATH OP MILLER AT FRE MANTLE. :'; KB'W CASES AT PERTH. 'NEW AND ALARMING DE ? . VELOPMENTS. (by electric telegraph.) [From: .our Own Correspondent.] Perth, 5 p.m. Friday. .New and alarming developments Kave taken place in the small-pox epidemic during last night and this morning. Three fresh cases have been re ported, two in Hay street, one opposite the Premier's residence, and one opposite, the Shamrock Hotel, and the third near the Cemetery. The condition of the patients at the encampment is said to be serious. Captain Crock is said to he in a state of collapse, with painful bleed ing at the nose. Mrs. Macpherson, who is in Perth   at her own home was delivered last night of a still-born child. She is now in a very critical state. At Fremantle the death is announc ed of Miller, who was attacked with the disease eight days ago. He succumbed at eight o'clock this morning. Dr. Hope is making arrang...

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BUNBURY FOOTBALL CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 3 May 1893

BUNBURY FOOTBALL CLUB. ? A ANNUAL MEETING. The annual general meeting of the . Bunbury Football Club was hold at the Rose Hotel on Friday night last. Present : Messrs. Powell, Stewart, J. Hislop, Teede, F. Timperley, Lowrie, V. Spencer, J. Boswell, L. Buck, Geo Buck, Cannon, A. E. Spencer, Moore, Bradshaw, Hayward, Mitchell, and A. F. Spencer. -vr ct . ? 1 ? 1 1 - j 1 - it ? mr. Dtewarc was eieciea to duo Chair. The secretary (Mr. A. F. Spencei-) then read the balance-sheet for the T^ncf. year, which showed a credit balance of 15s. Mr. Powell proposed and Mr. Jas. Hislop seconded, that the colours of the club be red, white and blue ; car ried. Mr. Powell proposed that the buo scription to the club be fixed at fia. Mr. A. F. Spencer seconded the mo tion, which was carried. Dr. Lovegrove was elected Presi dent of the club. Messrs. Illingworth, Maxted, Dia mond, and C. E. Spencer were electee! vice-presidents. Mr. Moore proposed and Mr. W. B. Mitchell seconded that Mr. , A. Powell be c...

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TEE MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 3 May 1893

wvmirtriiT' ?' -?' n ? mm 11. ?-?«.»»— tutirnmWMiniiinrrnTi— TEE MOTUA L IMPRO VEMENT SOCIETY, The adjourned meeting of the mem bers of the Mntual Improvement So ciety was held on Saturday night week at the Mechanics' Institute. The presidency of the Society was offered to Mr. Woodrow, who willing' ly accepted the position, the members giving1 uhmistakeabie evidence of their approbation iu a hearty burst of applause. The chairman, after a few appro priate remarks, pointed out the ad vantage of having a programme for the ensuing quarter, aud on the mo tion of Mr. Williams a committee of three was appointed to carry out this suggestion. After the usual routine business wtts disposed of, Mr. MM'shall con sented to open a debate on ' Payment of Members.' His arguments were put forward in his usual lucid and forcible style, and in conclusion ho urged those present to consider tha great need of jitst and equitable laws and of granting all men equal rightd and privileges. Mr. Marshall defi...

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Roads Board. WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 3 May 1893

Roads Board. — — & — WELLINGTON, ;The usual monthly meeting of the above Board was held on Saturday last, 29th April, at 1 p.m. Present: The Chairman, Messrs. JohnstonjIMagttire Baldock, Gardiner, Hough and Clifton. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed, Accounts. The following accounts Were passed for payment : — £ 8} D. W, J. Piggott, repairing culverts on Brunswick lioad ... 10 0 0 T. Williams, payment on ac. 20 00 do clearing trees off Vnsse lload and re« repairing same 1 18 0 do building culvert at Strathnm ... 7 5 0 W. Parmenter, 3 days' -work clearing culverts ... ... 0 18 0 W. Fowler, clearing tree off Preston IJoad ... ... 0 8 0 J. Parmenter, 3 days' work on UdocEond ? 0 18 0 Basil Wood, 1 day's work on Preston IJoad ? 0 6 0 T. Williams, junr., balance on contract ? 28 10 0 A.^ Buswell, forming and ston ing 3 chains of road, etc. ... 5 8 0 J. Marriott, payment on ac.... 10 0 0 C. li. T-rigwell, new culvert on Preston Koad, aud new culvert and ...

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COOLGARDIE NEWS. A NEW RUSH. WATER STRUCK ON THE FIELD. SOUTHERN CROSS. Monday [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 3 May 1893

COOLGAHIHE NEWS. A NEW RUSH. WATER STRUCK ON THE FIELD. [By Telegraph.] (From Our Correspondent.) Southern Cross. Monday1. The fact that some men who had been prospecting at a place about 70 miles front the Coolgardie gold-field in a N.E. direction came in with some gold and after purchasing provisions and necessaries, immediately started off again in the same direction, has caused a rush from Coolgardie to the spot. A camel train with provisions accompanied by about 60 men has gone to the scene. Water was struck at Coolgardie at a depth of 138 feet. A wash was met at 140 feet, which raised the water 4 :eet in the bore.

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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 3 May 1893

Topics of the Weeko ? 6 ? Uno's article ou Educational Reform will appear next issue. © * 0 The first practice of tho season of the Bunbury Football Club takes place on Saturday next on (he plains, at 3 p.m. 'We are informed by the Treasurer of Queensland Relief Fund (Mr. Wm. Spencer) that the total amount remitted to dato is £131 6s. # * Mr. Lunn, of the Vasse Road, is the lowest tenderer (labor only), for the erection of the new bakery for Messrs. Brashaw and Co. The new premises of the firm will be next to the Wellington Hotel, Victoria Street. The time for receiving tenders for the Porth-Bunbury railway station contract has been extended from May flfch. to August 8th., and the tenders for the con struction of the Boyanup-Busselton rail way from May 16th. to August loth. * * » Messrs. Huddart, Parker and Co. notifj' that in consequence of the small pox and quarantine regulations in the Eastern colonies, their steamers will not take cargo or passengars on the coast or from the col...

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PROPOSED LABOR COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 3 May 1893

PROPOSED LABOR COLONIES. A meeting of citizens desirous in forming labour colonies for the unem ployed was to have been held at the Town Hall yesterday. Under the impression that the meeting was to be a public one some thousands of the unemployed took possession of the hall, and in spite of the fact that an organ recital was in full swing. A resolution was passed in favor of the establishment of labor colonies, to be supported by a fund to be raised by public subscription, and subsidised by an equal amount from the Govern ment. A strong committoe waB ap pointed to carry on the scheme.

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MELBOURNE EXHIBITION. WEST AUSTRALIAN AWARDS. Melbourne, Tuesday, [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 3 May 1893

MELBOURNE EXHIBITION. WEST AUSTB ALLAN AWARDS., [By Telegraph.] (From Our Correspondent.) Melbourne, Tuesday, The Melbourne Exhibition closed on Satui'day, and was on the whole most successful. The following are the awards ob tained in this Colony : W.A. WlNff — ? Henty, Cobham and Co, second and third orders of merit ; C. W. Ferguson, second and third orders of merit; E. W. Marsh, second order of merit ; Dr. Way] en, second order of merit ; Henty, Cobham and Co., third order of merit; Waylen and Amherst, third order of m ex-it. Eucalyptus Oil — J. S. W. Parker, Dangin, first order of merit. Canned Fish — Tuckey and Coy., first order of merit and special men- . tion. Collection op Manufactures — C. E. Stoneman and Co., first order of merit. Saddlery — E. Bechtel, first order of merit and special mention. Furniture — W.Zimpel and Jarrah dale Timber Co., second order of merit. Photography — Hemns and Hall, second order of merit. The jury made special mention of the exhibits of Mrs. Fr...

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FINANCIAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 3 May 1893

FINANCIAL AFFAIRS. Financial affairs are now in a more satisfactory state, and there is reason to believe that there will be no fur ther difficulties. The Premier states that every arrangement is being made to meet financial obligations at the present moment, and that the Govern ment will be in a position to do so for a considerable portion of the yeaiv

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 3 May 1893

For Cheap Groceries patronise J. J. TtTX FOHD, 'The Cheapest' Cash Store, Vic toria Street, Bunbury. Produce bought for Nesbit and Jerger, Hay street, are always glad to post goods on application. Nesbit and Jerger, Hay street, receive fresh consignments of Jewellery and elec troplate every mail. 3For Jewellery Repairing, or Manufactur ing, go to D. B. Taylor, Stephen Street — ' The Practical Tradesman.'— Advx. A'esbit. and Jerger Hay street, have speci ally made boxes for packing watches, posted, free of cost. — Advt.

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SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 3 May 1893

SUDDEN DEATH. Last night Mr. James Craig, painter and decorator, died suddenly at his residence, Wellington-si. He was at singing practice in the Mechanics' In stitute tip to half-past ten o'clock, and went home in apparently excellent health Shortly after he went to bed. Mi\ W. Rule having a bed in the same room. A little before two o'clock in the morning Mr. Rule heard the deceased breathing very heavily, and when the candle was lighted he appeared gasping for breath. Rule went immediately for Dr. Daviea, who had been treating the deceased for heart disease for some time. The doctor and Rule returned at once, but on ar rival poor Craig was found to havo breathed his 1-st. It will be remeif. beved that some few weeks back Craipr fainted on the cricket ground, and was taken to his residence, when Dr. Davies considered he had then a narrow escape, the doctor remaining an hour with him before he was as sured of his recovery. Very general regret was expressed by the deceased's friends ...

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COLONIAL BANK ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 3 May 1893

COLONIAL BANK ANNUAL REPORT. At the annual meeting of the Co lonial Bank of Australasia the annual report showed that net profits, includ ing the balance carried forward from the previous year, amounted to £31,232. A dividend of 8 per cent was declared.

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Bunbury Herald.) JARRAH v. KARRI. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 3 May 1893

Correspondence. . ? *_ ? (2^ the Editor of the Bunhury Herald.) JARRAH r. KARRI. «_1B,--In. my last, letter I stated that I* -Karri was practically useless for any oiarine purposes, and so far as has been known yet, ifc has two other gJ'ave faults ; ozie is, that it will not stand what is called ' wind and 'water;' that is, being in alternate state of wet. and dry. It seems to get aftected with the dry rot. I am not quite sure what is the real cause of this: I am strongly of opinion that the air has more to do with it than the water. I arrive at this conclusion because if it is kept submerged in fresh water, it seems to last for an indefinite period without any change, eveu the sap does not seem to get af fected, and the wood itself continues quite fresh and new. I will give one instance (though I have seen plenty others), when the Donnolly bridge was built with prison labour, the monkey ' they used for driving the piles with was Karri ; it was cut oif the foot of a tree about 2 fee...

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THE MAINTENANCE OF LIGHTHOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 3 May 1893

the maintenance of lighthouses. The Minister for Customs is endea voring to settle the difficialty arising between the Governments of New South Wales, Victoria, and Tasmania, respecting the maintenance of light houses. The New South Wales Go vernment has given notice of its in tention to refuse to any longer assist in the maintenance of Gabo Island and Wilson's Promontory lighthouses, on the ground that these lights are on the mainland of Victoria. Trou ble has ai-isen between Tasmania and Victoria respecting the lights at Goose and Swan Islands, and on Eddystone Point. It is believed the solution of the difficulty will be ob tained by means of a conference.

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{To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 3 May 1893

-(To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) Bib, — I observe in the Southern Times that the attention of the Wel lington Roads Board and the public yrns called to the state of the road from the Vasse-Bunbury road across the flat known as the Yanget Swjimp to Mr. McCourt. It was stated that this road was cleared a few years ago the cost of which was about £14. Now I ask, wliy was a road cleared xialr a chain wiue ax a cusi. ui *j.i which was bog for several winters sifter, when a track could have been cut for about £2 ? And especially when wecometoconsider thatthis road benefits only one homestead where scarcely anything is grown but pota toes and onions, these being shipped about a quarter of a mile from where they are grown. The attention of the Roads Board is drawn to the fact -that there is plenty of stone and sand ; for what ? — To construct a causeway about 30 chains in length and about 3 or 4 feet high for one settler to «end a few pounds of but+er weekly ±o the railway station an...

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Latest Telegrams. VICTORIA. REDUCTION OF EXPENDITURE IN EDUCATION DEPARTMENT MELBOURNE, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 3 May 1893

Latest Telegrams. [By Telegraph.] (From Our Correspondent). VICTORIA. . ? ^ ? REDUCTION OF EXPENDITURE IN EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Melbourne, April 29. The Cabinet have decided to l'educe the expenditure of the Education De partment by £120,000, and to abolish the grant for prizes to the Royal Ag ricultural Society.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 3 May 1893

Shipping. ~V-_'k AD ELAIDE1 **^_§l^lk_* (Limited) fOnder Contract with the 'West Austra- . lian Government for the Con- ; vcyanee of Mails) . ? . 'Will despatch their Splendid Steamships ? as under : — ? -r ^o Bunbury Roads, Yasse Roads, and \ Guiadalup. Hinders, Tues. May 2. 4.30 p.m. ^ No cargo received after 2 p;m. on day k '?of sailing. /' To Xfongarra and Geraldton. - ,'B°™* ..ttSSg-. *'?» dFlinders ;-: Tues. May 9 5 p.m. No cargo can be received aftcr,2_'p.m =on day of sailing. nTo Geraldton. Sharks Boy, Carnarvon Roads, -.Aslibivrton Boards, Pearling Grounds, Roebuck Bay, transhipping :at Roebuck Eay to s.s. Sob Soy for Derby, Wyndham, and rort Darrv'in. For tlie Colonies (From Fremantle) »^ '/.?___£_. ^ ^Buliarr& .'. ??'.'......_ -Ifrona EEelbouriie and Adelaide, with ; transhipments from Sydney. ?Q-.'r..-r' « .' LES.VE3 Ll'-WES feTEA^ER afELSQTOyE APFLAIDE ? '?'..: EOBT. F01JBEST, Local Agent. 'V-JiK TT ? U D D A R T '^^ik 11 PA R K E II -^mmMm^ANT) co.'s line. CARG...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 3 May 1893

?? ? -—WATCH CLOCK, AOT CHRONOMETER MAKER, ? ^ Latb of V. E. I^eshit's, Pehth, WISHES it to bo inovrn ' tliafc lie has no longer any business connection with D. ]3. TAYLOR, -Jeweller, of Bunbury .. a3'o -O_ lias much, pleasure in noti fying that he will establish himself at his trade in this town in about a fortnight, ?when lie expects premises to be rendy. All work -will be done by him as heretofore, proinptly &_1& W@21, at_ ** .- Moderate Charges. All Work Guaranteed for 'Twelve Months.. o J39 A.JLjlJU\JJlI)9 PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND ? ? MANUFACTURING- JEWELLER. r- STEPHEN STREET, .BTJNBTJllY. .Old Gold' arid Silver Bought ' : ? Watches & Clocks kept in Stock' :

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 3 May 1893

THE BUSMBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1S93. Progress Associations have an extensive field for the exercise of tkeir influences, aud where rightly directed their efforts are calculated to be pi'oductive of good. In the past, however, their actions have jeen aimed at the achievements of local benefits only, a wise discre tion, whilst their associations are confined to isolated movements. Until these organisations are af filiated, and a regular and uninter rupted interchange of views and ideas established, it is unwise and outside their province to deal with ordinary legislation. More pre sumptuous, however, does it become when it is sought to introduce new and novel laws as in the motion re cently submitted at the Bunbury Progress Association for the Pay ment of Membors of Parliament. It is a very ancient doctrine that the ' laborer is worthy of his hire,' but many ancient doctrines have been found unsuited to modern re quirements.' This movement has, doubtless, received considerable...

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