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

Chemists. JTjTt M M E 11 S 0 IT, CIIEillST AND DllUGGIST, STEPHEN ST ? BUNBUBY. (Established 18S3 ) Sulphate of Ammonia in cwt. casks Genuino Horso & Cattle Medicines, Genuine Patent Medicines. JjiiJivI u ii JJ JuMj Al^i a-;d Co. Whoi e^ai,e a-~d Retail CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS, Maxcjpactcbees & Impoetees or Drugs, Chemicals, FLarmaceutical Pre parations, JPioprirfary a-id Patent iicdicirxs, Toilet cmd Nursery Requisites, Perfumery, JLte. Station Managers, Storekeeper?, and Contractors Supplied at tko Lou-esi Tlales. Country Orders will recclie prompt attention. 7Z&T BTJ&'E'ET, Perth. esaits 3. ,. Indigestion 'Mixture re'By its digestive, stomach-im :gorating and appetizing properties, is a positi'.c remedy for Indigestion, It stands on its ovru merits, and on tlio reputation obiained by Hie wonderful ejects -winch hjvro followed its use every where. PIIICE, 2b, (3d, 2, „ Corn Curo removes corns pain lessly, cures in three or foir days, will enable you ...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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OUR NEW RAILWAY STATION THE PLANS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 3 May 1893

OUR NEW RAIL WAY STATION           THE PLANS. The plans of the Bunbury railway station are now to be seen at the local Court-house. The site is on the north side of the lagoon and facing Wellington-street. The building is of really handsome design, and when completed will be second to none out side the capital. There are also plans of street improvements near the station ; and the goods-shed, engine-house, horse and cattle-sheds and storehouses look to be of a most complete description, the most minute particulars being plainly shown in the excellent plans supplied from the office of the Engineer-in- Chief. The line to the new station will connect about a mile from the junction, cross ing Stirling-street, through the Go vernment land near the hospital at the rear of the boys' school, thence through part of Mrs. Carey's land and across the lagoon to the station. The Engineer-in-Chief seems determined not to be led into ...

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The Latest Cables. DYNAMITE OUTRAGE. LONDON. May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893

The Latest Cables. . (From our own Correspondent,) DYNAMITE OUTRAGE. ' ' ? London, May 8. A dynamite bomb was thrown into the Law Courts at Dublin, but fortu nately the missile exploded before reachingthe ground. Eighty windows were smashed, but nobody injured. The police seem to think that the .: . bomb was thrown to celebrate the anniversary of the Phoenix Park out rage, committed eleven years ago.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893

Chemists. EDMUND DEM AND Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL . ' CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS, MaNUFACTUEEES & IlIPOETEES OF Drugs, Chemicals, Pharmaceutical Pre parations, Proprietary and Patent Medicines, Toilet and Nursery Requisites, Perfumery, Ete. Station Managers, Storekeepers, and Contractors Supplied at the Lowest Bates. Country Orders icill receive prompt attention. H&T BTBi&ET, Ferth. HZG-H STErSST.Fremantle. DEAN'S 1. ,. Indigestion 'Mixture. By its ? digestive, stomach-invigorating and appetizing properties, is a positive remedy for Indigestion. It stands on its own merits, and : on the reputation obtained by '??'?'? the wonderful effects which ? -; ? have— foHotrcdr— its use — every^ 'vhere. PEICE, 2s, 6d, ?2. „ Corn Cure removes corns pain lessly, cures in three or four days, will enable you to walk ?with greatest ease, obviates the necessity of cutting the corn, Never fails to cure. PEICE. Is. ?3. „ Chlorodyno, a safe and reliable remedy for cholera, spasms. d...

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GOVERNMENT TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893

GO VEBNMENT TEA CHERS' ASSOCIATION. ? ^ ? Tho following are the resolutions passed at a late meeting of the Teachers' Association, together with the replies addressed to the hon.secre taiy, Mr. G. W. Bell, by the Hon. S. 'H. Parker, Chairman of the Central Board of Education :— RESOLUTION 1. 'That, in the opinion of the Association, drill aud'singing should be optional subjects; that the kind of drill to be taught should be specified; that there should be a clearly de fined course in singing, to be taught by ear or note ; that, for the teaching of these sub jects, a grant should be made, based on the results of the examination — Fair, Is; Good, 2s ; Very Good, 3s. per head, for each sub ject, and that such grants should bo paid ia their entirety to the teachers who teach these extra subjects. EEPLY. (A.) With respect to drill, the Central Board cannot agree to the terms of the - resolution, that it should be an optional subject. A clearly defined course in drill will be published 'i...

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ANOTHER CASE AT ALBANY. ALBANY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893

ANOTHER CASE AT ALBANY. At. ban v, To-day. Another case of small-pox has . made its appearance here. The patient is Mrs. Andiws, the wife of the caretaker at the hospital 'wlierS'Allaifvvas reraovod bo bofore - being taken out of toAvn. - The symptoms in Mrs. Andrews case are of a mild form. She Avill be removed to tho fever hospital at Eastwood. Allan is uoav convalescent.

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The Small-pox. THE EPIDEMIC CONFINED TO THE ENCAMPMENT. ONE MORE DEATH. PERTH, This Day [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893

The Small-pox. — * — ? [by Electric tklBgraph] (FflOM OUR OWN CORBGSI'ONDEXT.) THE EPIDEMIC CONFINED TO THE ENCAMPMENT. ONE MORE DEATH. Pkbtii, This Daj*-. The Bmallpox epidemic is now con fined to the fever encampment, and the city is at last clear of patients. Tavo new cases Aveiv. reported at the encampment yesterday afternoon. The cook and the orderly both con tracted the disease, but as they were vaccinated, the attack is very slight. Connacher, avIio Avas unvaccinated, rapidly jjot worse, and died at one o'clock this morning, Avhen the fever was at its height. This makes the seventh death from the, disease. The case reporte^kfrom Guildford, after being a Aveek in the suspected encampment did not develope the disease, and Avas discharged.

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893

TI-IE BO^BURY HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY 10 , 1893. The Trades aud Labor Council of Western Australia are urging upon the attention of the Government the necessity for the adoption of an Employers' Liability Act. At the last fortnightly meeting- of the Council the secretary reported that onnies of a loetition resrjcctino- an Employers' Liability Act had been forwarded to Bunbury and the other towns of the colony for sig natures. The question of the lia bility at law of employers for in juries to their servants during their contract of emplovment is a species of domestic legislation that cannot fail to secure the early attention of Parliament. It is not altogether surprising that no such enactment has yet found a place in the statutes of the;country. But the recent ex pansion of trade and commerce throughout the colony cannot fail to have emphasized the need for a simpler, speedier, and more effectual remedy for the relief of the injured workman than the common law supplies. Only last yea...

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THE COLLIE COAL FIELD. REPORT BY THE GOVERNMENT ASSAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893

THE COLLIE COAL FIELD. EEPOET BY THE GOVERNMENT AS S AYES,. The following report has been re ceiA-ed by the Director of Public Works, from Mr. B. Woodward, the Government Assayer, on a sample of coal from the Collie Coalfield, assayed by him .- — ' 1 4mve the honor to report that I havp made a partial examination of the sample of coal from the Collie, that was handed to me yesterday, awaiting further samples, accord to, instructions, before tnaTcing complete trials. This coal is far better in appearance than any . previous samples from the same district, being brighter in appearance aud cleaner to handle, ancf resembling in fracture the bituminous coal. It burns with a bright (lame, giving oft a constdofrble quantity of pas, but does not swell into a pasty mass, or become partially fu«cd when ignited, and when heated in a closed platinum vessel the coko ia left in powder. I, therefore, classify it. as a ' free-, burning' bituminous coal, and venture to offer the opiuiou thai; 16 guv...

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Topics of the Week [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893

Topics of the Week. — $ — Uuo's next article on Educational Re form will deal with tho subject of ' Pay ment by Eesults.' # The schooner Theresa, Capt. Eeid, ai rived in port from Fremantle on Saturday night last, with a full cargo for Bunbury, Vasse and Quindalup. She left for the two latter ports onTuesday. # * The Mayor desires to acknowledge the receipt of £11 2s. 6d., collected by 11, Honey and Co This sum was accounted for in the total given by tho Mayor at a late meeting of the Council. *** As reported in our previous issue, the child of Mr. Hough was veiy severely burnt about the hip and up one side, through his nightdress catching fire whilst getting out of bed. The child, we are sorry to state, is still in a very pre carious condition. # # # A cutter, belonging to Mr. M. C. Davics, of Augusta, arrived in Bunbury from Hamlin on Monday, after a very smart passage of 14 hours. The vessel brought up the Karri girders for tho Preston bridge, ontheBovanup-Mininnup .railway, for ...

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Vasse. VASSEE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893

Yasse. . ; - — : — -V- ? : — ; .. ; ? .?.-.? [From o.ub CoRBESPONDBN'f .]? .-.'- '? -? ; VassE,. Saturday. We ai*e sad grumblers ! A short time ago Ave Avere Avishing for rain ; at the present time a few AVeeks' fine weather would be acceptable, and beneficial. I have not been able to get a de tailed account of the cricket match. but oue of the players informs me that the Dunnsborough meu went in first and Avere all out for 30 odd runs. The Upper Quindalup5A.es_mad_e__Z0_ in their first innings, In the second innings Dunnsborough made a good stand, putting together 70 runs for the loss of 3 AA'ickets. Owing to the wet weather and the lateness of the hour, they were unable to finish the game, consequently the stumps had to be drawn when Dnnnsborough had made the respectable score mentioned above. The match was for a dinner got up by Mrs. Harwood. As the match was not finished they agreed to pay for the dinner betAveen them. The proceedings wound up Avith a dance. Both the dinner and ...

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Opening of the Line A PROVISIONAL BI-WEEKLY SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893

Opening of the Line 1 A PROVISIONAL BI-WEEKLY SERVICE. The following telegram from the 6 Commissioner 'of Railways to the | Maybv of Bunbury (Wm. Spencer, j Esq.) was received to-day : I ' I have conditionally arranged with -SJ the contractor to run a temporary train service with mails ami passengers to Bun bury twice a week— Mondays and Fridays Our engineer leaves Perth to-day to exa mine the line right through, and if he can issue a certificate to me that the line is 4 safe for traffic, I hope to commence, the through service on Monday next. lean not, under the law, run a train without this certificate, except at my own personal risk. It is altogether against the law, But if I can manage this temporary ser- b vice until the line is completed, it should ^ be a great advantage and convenience to | the South. ? ^

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(To the Editor of the Bunbury Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893

(To ilie'E'ditor of the Bunhury Herald.) SniT-r- Again I ask you for a small space in the columns of the Herald, for a f eA'v. more remarks re Jarrah and Karri. To prevent any mistake, I may first of all say that I appreciate, the Jarrah timber as much as any man in this colony, but though this is so, it dbes^-not lessen /my apprecia tion of -tif^Karri timber, .which is excellenv6'f6i*'many purposes, though useless and faulty for others: Both Mr. Hastie and 'Old Settler' dis believe the statement made, re these tAvo timbers, in an issue of the Pall Mall Gazette. I 'won Id not go so far as to Stay that thej* misunderstood the statement, because I did not see it myself. They speak of the dura bility of the two timbers in .such a manner as would lead one to the con clusion, that, in the space of twelve months, the timber would sIioav sufficient signs of decay, as to justify the passing oF an opinion on their respective merits. Therefore, I take the ' statement ' - made to mean the 'wea...

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SALE OF TREASURY BILLS. £20,000 SUBSCRIBED. PERTH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893

SALE OF TREASURY BILLS. | £20,000 SUBSCRIBED. _ [By Telegraph.] (From Our Correspondent.) Perth, Monday. The tenders for the purchase of Treasiiiy Bills were opened torday. Twenty thousand pounds were sub- T*~ '' scribed. The Premiei considers the result satisfactory as the Grovernment did not want the money as they desired to step in and permit those withdraw ing money from the banks an oppor tunity of 'indulging in a safe invest ment. ;

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald,) PAYMENT OF MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893

Correspondence. . ? A ? {To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) PAYMENT OF MEMBERS. . Sie, — In the report of the Progress Assocation Meeting, which Avas held on Monday, the '24th April, Mr. Marshall, in advocating the system of Payment of Members, asserted 'Sine; the Colony of IST.S.W. has paid its members, the tone of the debates lias been raised ; more liberal measures have been introduced; the attendance of members was much greater, and the Colony had made more rapid progress in every respect, and a class of young legislators was being trained, whose efforts on behalf of the colony Avould be nnceasing, and productive of the greatest good.' This statement Avas not substantiated by any proofs, and I venture to say was not correct. In fact, it is other Avise since the Payment of Members became law. (I am not charging the system Avith bringing about this ch ange forthe worse.) Itmaybe a co-incidence in proof of my assertion, that on May 4th, a telegram informs us that ' a deplorable ...

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COOLGARDIE NEWS. A SPLENDID FALL OF RAIN. SOUTHERN CROSS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893

GOOLGARDIE NEWS.. A SPLENDID FALL OF BAIN'. (by electric telegraph.) [From our Own Correspondent.] Southern Cross, Monday. News have been received to the I effect that a splendid fall of rain ha3 \ taken place at Coolgardie, and there are about 150 men working at the new rush. Grold to the amount of about 100 ounces, has been obtained ^ from two small gullies, but the find, / as yet, is not good enoug-h to warrant / . such a large number of men going t out, although the country rca;id J about is well worth prospecting. A ^ ?? fvw men are trying the alluvial wpri» ! ing, but are not making much. \

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Local Court. TUESDAY, MAY 9th., 1893. (Before Messrs. W. H. Timperley, R.M., R. H. Rose, J.P., and T. Hayward, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893

Local Court. TUESDAY, MAY 9th., 1893. (Before Messrs. W. H. Timperleys . R.M., R H. Rose, J.P., and T. Hay ? ward, J.P.) CIVIL CASES. J. P. O. Wei lard v. John Wallace, claim, £9 16s. 6d. Service of sum mons on the 25th, April, on the de fendant, proved. Judgment for plaintiff and costs. Mr Stanley ap peared for plaintiff. J. H. Dixon v. ¥m, Lovegrove, claim for £23 13s. 8d., balance of partnership accounts. A contra account was put in by the defendant against the plaintiff for £36 15s. 3d. The plaintiff before giving his evi dence made a statement, in which he said this was a claim for the recovery of the amount of a dishonored bill of exchange, £18, and an I.O.U., £5 10s. 7d. The defendant and he were partners since 18S9, and for several years personally had business connec tions* In December last the partner ship ceased, and a statement of ac counts niado out betAveen plaintiff and defendant, Avhich Avas produced by the plaintiff. At the time of the termination of the partnership...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893

PEACTICAL 'WATCHMAKER AND ? ? MANUFACTURING JEWELLER. STEPHEN STREET, BUNBUBY. Old Gold and Silver Bought Watches & Clocks kept in Stoclc

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893

«3\ OOICLIKTS, ? -WATCH CLOCK, AND CHRONOMETER MAKES, ? — :.'?:/: ? .,-. BUISU1-Y, '..-;.'? / : ' Lath of V. E. Xeswt's, Perth, WISHES it to' he 'known that lie lias do longer anv business connection with D. B . 'TAYLOR, Jeweller, of Buubury. eXo CX has nmcli pleasure in noti fying tlia * he will establish himself at his trade iu tliis town in about a fortnight, when he erpec^s premises to be ready. All work will ^e (lone by him as heretofore, promptly and Well, at ?Moderate Charges. * All Work Guaranteed for Twelve Months.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893

For Sale. NOTICE. ?TVTCfW LANDING-, ex - Albany/' J3* Prime Warnambool POTAIOLr . Victorian ONIONS, ia good order. JAMES POUT, JBuiibiiry. GUANO! GUaNO! TUST Arrived a Cargo of Guano -J direct from Shark's Bay. -Price Reasonable. THOS. HAYWARD. * KOOMBANA STEAM Holler Flour Mill, .BUISUttTKY, -— O- T£ S3 -^. Li B By tlic Undersigned. .Best Eollcr, Flour, £9 15s. per ton. Single Bag, 20s. , half bag, 10s. 6d. ; quarter bag. 5 s. 6*d. Pollard, £6 10s. per ton. Bran, £6 per ton. .Oats, 3s. per bushel. Crushed Oats, 3s. 4d. per bushel. Wheat (seed), 4s. 6d. per bushel. 'Fowls wheat, 3s. per bushel. Barley, 3s. 6d. per bushel. Peas, 4s. bushel. Pigsfood (sweepings), 5s. per bag. Bone Dust, £7 per ton. Shark's Bay Guano. £4 10s. per ton (bags included) REDUCED RATES for aUAKTITY. Delivered Free any part of town, su burbs, or railway station. ROBERT FORREST. May 10th., 1S93. ^Aimosa1 & qpencer's FOR SALE : THE REFRESHMENT ROOMS being now conducted by Mr. W, F. Green. Victoria-st. £...

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