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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893
Shipping. -V «v ADELAIDE ^oc^g^^^s. (LlMITK!-)) (Under Contract with the 'West Austra lian Government for the Con veyance of Mails) Will despatch their Splendid Steamships us under : — To Bunhury Roads, Vasse Roads, and duindalup. «''''» f.L£Sm Ti**~~ Flinders, Tues. May 16. 430 p.m. ISTo cargo received after 2 p.m. on day of sailing. - To Dongarra and Geraldton. -H ? ? Flinders Tues. Majr 9 ' 5 p.m. No cargo can be received after.2~p.m on day of sailing. To Geraldton. Sharks Bay, Carnarvon Eoads, Ashbnrton Roads, Pearling Grounds, Roebuck Bay, transhipping at Roebuck Bay to s.s. Rob Eoy for Derby, Wyndham, and Port Darwin. Albaily May'lO. 5P-m' Por the Colonies (From Fremantle) *'''*» 1 FKLErMA?T,.E T»' Bullana Sat. May 27. 'From Melbourne and Adelaide, with transhipments from Sydney. . STSASniK 3trEifBAouasK Ade^ISe u larra May 10. Muy 15. IiOBT. FO1UIEST, Local Agent. -\-- T\n IT u d d a r t ^^WitVk II PARK E 11 ^eEgggsgESgak-A X I) CO.:S LINE. CAHGO AXD PASSE2fG.EE. SEJfVrCES. \...
Municipal Council. MONDAY, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893
Municipal Council, MONDAY, MAY 8. The usual half-yearly meeting of ratepayers Avas held in the Council chambers on Monday night last. Present. — The Mayor, and Crs. Ban ting, Clarke, Floyd, and Moore, and two ratepayers — Messrs. Paisley and Hou#h, Prior to the business. of the meet ing -being entered upon, Cl\ Floyd asked the Mayor for permission -for Mr.- Reid to get a truck- load of gravel' from the Council's contractor to graArel his gateway. The Mayor thought that it was not in the Council's province to grant the permission as Mr. Reid intended to use the gravel asked for in the im provement of his private property. He (the mayor) Avould suggest that Mr. Reid write to the Council on the matter. ' '?'?' ,£, ??^ The secretary ^th go-., read the receipts and disbursements for the past half-year, which 'showed a bal ance in hand of £111 Ss. Id. Mr. Hough proposed that the ac counts be passed ; Mr. Paisley (the only other ratepayer present) had already passed the accounts in his cap...
MONDAY, MAY 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893
MONDAY, MAY 8th. Another meeting of the Board Avas .held on Monday evening, Avhen the folloAving members were present, viz : Mr. W. Spencer, J.P. (chairman) and Crs. Banting. Clarke, Floyd, and Moore. The minutes of the last meeting Avere read and confirmed. The Mayor read a lettei from Mr. F. G. Harding, volunteering his ser vices gratuitously as nurse. The Mayor stated that AArith re ference to the resolution of the Board requesting him to arrange Avi^h Mr. John Flood for the services of Mr. and Mrs. Flood as nurses, he had received a tender from Mr. Flood offering their services at 20s. per day Avithout their food, or 16s. per day Avith their food. When he sent the tender Mr. Flood made the stipula tion that he nmst take one of his children with him. This was agreed to on the condi tion that the child stay at the Quarantine Station altogether, and Mr. Flood's tender was accepted. The Mayor suggested that a com mittee of three be' appointed to draw up a a scale of charges to be le...
Education Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893
Education Reform. — ♦ — Bt Uxo. In my last comnrurn'cation I had Occasion to refer to the AiuficT condi tion in -which the Government schools Of the colony were held in the opinion m of the public. The causes conspiring thereto are too many and involved to treat of in the limits of this paper. ffl vme of the main causes has already H been dealt with in exienso by vour B ^contemporary, the Wed Australian. B I shall, therefore, only briefly allude H to the fact, that under the guise of a H National system, assisted schools are W~ toiaintamed to the impoverishment of ? those established and supported I purely by the State; and no other ? teffect can be anticipated until a tho I ' tough State system bo adopted. An |c other., and, perhaps, even greater B cause is the segregated method pur ? Rued in our principal towns by split ? ting tlie schools into three divisions I''—- of boys, girls and infants. There is I certainly no argument in support of I the continuance of this method that I c...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893
'COMMERCIAL INTELLI GENCE j- ? . 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 Phice List. Galvanised Iron (Orb brand) 26 g-auo-e, £22 10s. ton. Bar Ii°on, £11 10«. ton . ' „-- Fencing wire (Annealed steel), ±-1.L 10s to £12 ?galvanised Fencing 'Wire, £15 10s to £16 ? in r-OA Barbed Wire (galvanised) £^4. Corn Sacks, 7s. per doz. Bran Bags, 5s. 6d. per doz. Wool Bales, lOf, 3s. each. ?Kerosene Oil, 150° test, 11s. 'Salt-, line (Black Horse), £6 10s. ton. Bone Dust (imp.), £7 t°n- ._ A1 Flour (Adelaide Roller), £10 10a.- Od. „ (Bunbuvy Roller), £9 15s. Od. Po'llard, £7 Bran, £6 Oats, 3s. bushel. Chaff, £6. ion Potatoes (imported), £7 10s. ton. ?? Seed Wheat, 4s, Gd, Peas, 4s, Oiiions (imported), £7 10s. ton. ? Sugar, £22 10s. to £28 ton, Tea, Is. 3d. to 2s. 1b. ? .Coment 16s 6,1 cask. Mnjio^im
Board of Health. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893
Board of Health. WEDNESDAY, MAT 3rd. Present: Mr. W. Spencei', .T.P., Chairman, and Crs. Banting, Floyd, Maxted, Moore, and Dr. Lovegrove, Medical Officer. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. The chairman handed to each mem ber of the board a copy of the Health Act, forwarded from the Central Board of Health. . A list of the necessary material required for the use of patients at the Quarantine Hospital, proposed by the Medical Officer, was laid on the table. The chairman Avas authorised to. purchase the articles, when necessary, and also authorised to procure a stove from Fx-eniantle, valued at £4 7s. 6d. Only one application Avas receiA'ed for the duties of nurse — Mr. F. G. Harding — Avho expressed his willing-' ness to attend at a moment's notice, but would accept no remuneration for his services. The chairman said in the event of smallpox breaking out, one nurse could not do the Avork required, and Dr. Lovegrove suggested one of the nux-ses at least sho...
Greenbushes. GREENBUSHES, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893
Greenbushes. — $, — (From Ouit Correspondent.) G-reexhushes, Saturday. There can hardly be any doubt but that winter has set in here. For over a week we have had rain more or less every day, to say nothing of the quan tity fallen at night. If this sort of weather continues until the regu lar rainy season, we may expect to have higher floods than we have had these last ten years. As an evidence of the porous na ture of this part of the country. I may mention that although such a lot of rain has fallen, there have been no pools of any consequence formed in gullies or water-courses on the tin fields — nothing near enough to start tin-washing with. Our energetic surveyor, Mr. Brazier, is making rapid progress with the work of talcing the levels for the in tended water scheme. An application was made a fort night ago for the forfeiture of Mr. Austin's 20-acre lease, for noncom pliance with the labor clause. I understand the registrar has granted the application, but is pursuing a rather ...
The Suspensions. THE NATIONAL BANK. MEETINGS OF SHAREHOLDERS AND DEPOSITORS. PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893
The Suspensions. THE NATIONAL BANK. . MEETINGS OF SHAREHOLDERS AND DEPOSITORS. [by electric telegraph.] [From Our Correspondent.] f \ Perth, Friday. ? \. The Natioual Bank has been re eoustructed, and the scheme having- !V* been accepted in Melbourne, ;the manager of the Perth branch calls a meeting of the shareholders, dep'osi- .. tors £uid current account creditors in . L , the Town hall on Monday nest at 11 r a.m. to aunrove of the scheme. t~ Shareholders and creditors in the j. coTintvy are invited to instruct their fc - agent by proxy by telegram or letter I ' how to act. F ' Perth, This Morning. | Two meetings of shareholders, de- I - poaitors, and creditors were held. on ' 1 Monday. At the first meeting — a / shareholders' meeting — Dr. Waylen f''' occupied the chair, and the re-cori- | etruction scheme was carried unani- f mously. The second meeting was N?-' presided over by Hon. Greo. Shenton, -^ M.L.A. There were about 7() persons present. Mr. Alex. Forrest moved and Mr. B...
BORING FOR COAL NEAR VASSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893
BORING FOR COAL NEAR :_-???? VASSE. f ?: -. ? * ? The following is the fort-nightly report of the manager to date (April 22): — I beg to in form yoti that bore-hole No. 4 has now reached a depth of 318 feet. During the past fortnight two more coal seams have been proved, aud the coal senms are getting better defined with depth. On the 12th instant I reported to you that, indications of tlio sf.rata euvinj; wtnv shown in this bore li-.ili'. nod t-!::iK piping «.'-vil(! require insertiug. 8:iioo i I!.-.!. ?'?!)'??- no ..rrii.ius subsidence lias Uloa l'Vv-v.. j.:vA t anticipate keeping the ivu.u |:-r.jg:-o.^aiiijj until i-lie U'oa tubing arrives.
THE COLONIAL BANK ADDED TO THE LIST. GOLD FOR AUSTRALIA. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893
THE COLONIAL BANK ADDED -** ' I TO THE LIST. GOLD FOR AUSTRALIA. J Melbourne, Friday. L Yet another bank failure has to be \. added to already long list of suspen- \ -? sion. This latest victim to the present , financial crisis is the Colonial Bank of Australia. Later. The Colonial Bank will re-open j&£ under re-construction. '^y Melbourne, Saturday. f At a meeting of the remaining as isociated banks it was decided to offer assistance to the Colonial Bank, but offer was not accepted. ?'???. London, May 5. ---/ Tha R.M.s. Ophir takes to Austra lia this trip nearly £1,000,000 in gold for the following banl-s : Bank of '^ « Victoria, £200,000.; The Commercial Banking Company of .Sydney, £200.000; Union Bank of Australia, £250,000 ; the Bank of Australasia, -. £250,000.
THE CATHOLIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893
THE CATHOLIC INSTITUTE. ? a. ? The Bunlmry Catholic Institute was re-opened on Tuesday evening last, the . attendance being very large. The minutes of the previous meeting being read and confirmed, the secretary stated that as the long winter evenings had set in, he made it his bnsiness to consult with some of the officers and members, with a view of resuming the usual weekly ;?? meetings. Several members expressed themselves very much j-] eased with all the previous meetings, and considered that the present was a most opportune time to recommence them. The officers for the ensuing term were then elected, as follows : — Spiritual Guardian. Bev. H. Brady-; President. Mr. W. Guilfoyle; Vice President. Mr. Simmons; Secretary, Mr. Davis; Treasurer, Mr. M, White; Librarian, Master Ganfield. A com mittee, consisting of the officers of the Societ}', was appointed to arrange a pro ? : gramme for each meeting, and do any - ??'- thing else that may be necessary in connection with the Institut...
SHOCKING MURDER, IN QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893
SHOCKING MURDER IN . QUEENSLAND. /'?:?_ [By Telegraph.] [From Oi;r Correspondent.] '* Brisbane, Tuesday. A shocking murder is reported from Maryborough station, Queensland, on Sunday last. A man, named George Blinton, killed a young woman named Flora McDonald, by entering her bedroom during the night, whilst she was asleep. He deliberately split her skull open with an axe, and decamped, but was arrested during the next day.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 10 May 1893
Late Advertisements. AUCTION SALE. JAS. MOORE has received Iristrm-o tions from the Curator of Intestate Estates, to Sell, by Public Auction, on SATURDAY, 20th MAY, 1893, at two O'CJock. Sharp, at the residence of the late Mrs. Connibeere, all her Furniture and Effects, consisting of — . . Tables, Chairs, Sideboards. Sofas, Clocks,' Mirrors, Double and Single Iron Bedsteads, Beds and Bedding, Chest of Drawers, Dressing Tables. 1 Commode, Clothes Boxes, Portmanteau ; Cooking Utensils, Meat Safes, Glass and Crockery ware. &t% &c. ALSO, Quantity of Books, a splendid new Bath Chair, and a large number of other useful articles. BUNBURY PROGRESS ASSOCIA TION. miE USUAL MONTHLY MEETING of JL the above will be held in the Mechanics' Institute, on MONDAY EVENING, 15th MAY, sit 8 p.m. Business: To receive report of Special Committee re site of proposed Public Park, ami to resume adjourned debate on ' Payment of Members,' and other business of importance. JOHN MARSHALL, Hon. Se...
Vasse. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 17 May 1893
[?] [From ouu Correspondent.] Vasse, Saturday. In my last I gave you an account of the cricket match played at, Dunns borough as supplied to' me by one of the cricketers which I am informed by another player was incorrect ; and in justice to the Upper Quindalupites, make this correction. It appears that the grand total made by the Dunnsborough team when the stumps were drawn was 70 odd, and not 70 in the second innings alone as I at first reported. Therefore, according to the rules of cricket, the Upper men were the winners, as the match should have been decided on the first innings. A return match is to be be played at the Quindalup mills. Mr. E. H. Pries has been away at Karridale during the week, having been instructed to go and inspect the new line and p-tt tho new battery in order at Karridale. The latest news from Quindalup states that matters are very quiet there. The cutter had gone to Bun bury with timber, and was to bring back a supply of stores, etc. While speaking of shi...
The Small-pox. TWO MORE CASES IN PERTH. THE EIGHTH DEATH. PERTH, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 17 May 1893
The Small-pox.' TWO MORE CASES IN PERTH. THE EIGHTH DEATH. [by electric telegraph] (From our own Correspondent.) Perth, Saturday. Two more cases have been reported during the last few days. There is clear evidence that the epidemic is abating. The present fine weather is all in favor of stamping out the disease. A man named Longley contracted the disease in a mild form ; also, a man named Halliburton is reported to be suffering from the malady. Both of these new patients have been removed to the encampment. Halli burton has a wife and 3 children, living in. a tent, on the outskirts of the. city. The Health Officer has de cided to remove the whole of the family to the suspected encampment, and to burn the tent, and all belong ings. A youth, named Edward Wholoham succumbed to the disease on Thursday, making the eighth death to date. He was un vaccinated, and the attack was very severe in consequence. He was only nine years of age, and much sympathy is felt for his bereaved relatives. ...
AUSTRALIA v. GLOUCESTER-SHIRE. LONDON, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 17 May 1893
AUSTRALIA v. GLOUCESTER SHIRE. London, May 15. The Eleven commenced a match to-day against a team of Gloucester shire. The Australians went in first, and remained at the 'wickets the whole of the day, making the grand score of 277, for the loss of 2 wickets. A. Gift'en, not out, 124; Trott, not out, 52 ; Lyons, 48 ; Bannorman, 39.