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Home Rule. VIGOROUS OPPOSITION. MR. GLADSTONE ATTACKS MR. CHAMBERLAIN. LONDON, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 17 May 1893
Home Rule. VIGOROUS OPPOSITION. MR. GLADSTONE ATTACKS MR. CHAMBERLAIN. [By Telegraph.] (From Our Correspondent). London, May 11. An amendment to the first clauso of the Home Rule Bill — now in Com mittee in the House of Commons — by Mr. William Redmond, and .in favor of calling the Irish Legislature the Irish Parliament, has been rejected by a large majorit}-. Mr. T. W. Russell's amendment in favour of abolishing a second Cham ber in the Legislature of Ireland under Home Rule, has been defeated by a majority ot 51. Mr. Gladstone took part in the discussion on the amendment. He declared that the Upper Chamber had added dignity and stability to the self-governing co lonies, and its abolition, in the case of Ireland, was undesirable. London, May 12th. In the House of Commons last night, during the consideration of the Home Rule Bill in Committee, Mr. Gladstone excitedly attacked Mr. Chaniberlain for accusing the Go vernment of withholding an adequate description of their policy. Mr. Gl...
THE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE. LONDON, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 17 May 1893
THE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE. London, Ma\^ 12. The Imperial Institute was opened to-day by Her Majesty, in the presence of a very large concourse of people, the route from Buckingham Palace being lined with spectators. Her Majesty, accompanied by the Royal Family, rode in the state carriages, and were escorted bv the Life Guards and the Australian Cavalry. The Indian Princes, who were gorgeously attired, made a splendid procession ; and following them were high officers of state from all parts of the Empire. The Queen entered the Institute by the private gateway, and was taken by the lift to the main hall, where the Prince of Wales, as President, was waiting to receive her. The band plaj-ed a special march, com posed by Sir Arthur Sullivan, and the Prince of Wales handed to the Queen a master key made of Aus tralian gold, and set with pi'ecious stones. Her Majesty inserted the key in a silver model of the Institute, which was the signal for the ringing of a peal of bells. Over two hun dre...
Roads Board. WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 17 May 1893
Eoads Board. WELLINGTON. A special meeting of the Welling ton Roads Board, called for the pur pose of receiving tenders for several works on the Vasse and Harvey Roads, was held at the Mechanics' Institute on Saturday last. Present : Messrs. Reading (chairman), Baldock, Maguire, Forster- Johnston, Clifton and Hough. Several tenders were received ; the following (being the lowest in each case) were accepted : Vasse Road. Digging ditch about 40 chains to telegraph polo No. 200 — Thos. Williams, jr., at 6s. 6d. per chum. Milking sundry openings in and clearing out snid drain, 30 chains — Thos. 'Williams, jr., at £3 18s. Digging ditch 12 chains long opposite Strut-ham's — Thos, -Williams, .jr., afc 2s. 5d. per chain ; and for making culvert, £1 19s. 6d. forming and rounding Pwbout 4 chains of road at the cud of the piece just, completed — Thos. Hartnctt, at £3 I2». per chain. Covering stone road just completed by Mr. Thos. Williams with 3ius. of rubblo — W. P. Scott, at Ss. per chain. F...
Serious Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 17 May 1893
Serious Accident. On Sunday last police-constable Kingston met with an accident near the Preston Bridge. It appears that Mr. Kingston was riding in to Bun bui'y from the Blackwood, and at Picton was accompanied by Messrs. Ernest and Frank Lawrence. Shortly after leaving Picton, Kingston's horse ran away with him, and when in the vicinitv of the Preston bridge, the horse fell, throwing its rider heavily on to the road. The horse then got up, and it is supposed that Kingston's foot caught in the stirrup, as he was dragged' a few yards before the stir rup got loose from the saddle. The horse rushed on to Bunbury. The constable's left ear was nearly torn awoy, either by akick or by draggingon the road, which was very hard at this spot. When his companions, who were left a considerable distance behind, came up, they had Mr. King ston conve}'ed to his quarters in Bunbury, where he was attended by Dr. Davies by whom the wound in the ear was sewn up. The patient is doing fairly well.
Price of Tin Ore. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 17 May 1893
Price of Tin Ore. [By Telegraph.] 'Wo have received the following telegram from Messrs. Kelly and Co, of Sydney, to whom large consign ments of tin ore are forwarded from here. The telegram shows a reduc tion of Is. per unit since last advices : Sydney, Thursday. ' The banks having advanced the rate of exchange equal to 45b. per ton of tin, the value of tho ore is reduced to 14s. 6d. per unit in Sydney.' T. H. KELLY & Co., Sydney.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 17 May 1893
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893
- ' ?? ' Xiicenses. .-;?;';' --r .^ - ??-? APPLICATION SORA PUB: ?„? LICASFjS GENERAL LICENSE. UJp the Wprshipful the Justices V _.' .... , : of -the Peace, acting in and for'/ r -' ';' ; the district of Wellington, in f . ? Western Australia. : ,' ' J ...-'. I WALTER- ANNESLEY ILLING 9 WOUTH, . Hotel . Keeper, Single,. iib\v. residing at tUeltose Hotel, Bunbury, in the, district of Wellington, do hereby, ghne notice that it is my. intention .vto -apply at the next Licensing Meeting,; .to . -he .-.ho'lden- for -this district; for-a Pub* lican's: General License, for 'the sale of Liquoiy jn :the house' and awui'tpiiances thereiuito belongingj.';sihiate!a.;iit.yictGria StFeeit, ? Bunbury-e.0utainirrg.' 4 ??-' sittings room^andi-7- bedrooin's;.;excljisire of tlrpsfe. ieguired for-'tluyx^e^oihny fafiiilyT rented of -Messrs ^oljey. aiid^Co. , 'Limi tcd\ fto-r occupie4rby'mj-selfr'and^licefiseiljin'dCT the: naanie or sign of flie.Ijl.ose.HoteLand which I 'intended keep a's an I-hit op'Bub...
SAMOAN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893
SAMOAN AFFAIRS. This morning's Times indulges in some comments upon the relations between the Ssimoan authorities aud Mr.. Robert. Louis Stevenson, the well-known novelist. It asserts that, in the recently published Blue Book on Samoaii affairs, the pompous in efficiency, bureaucratic blindness, and financial disasters are revealed, there by justifying Mr. Stevenson's action against the two Samoan officials.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893
-?? KOOMBASTA ] STEAM : 1 Roller Flour Mill; o BUNBUBY, By the Undersigned-. -.- Z jBesfc Boiler, Flour, £i- l'-s. per ton.; Single Bag. 20s. , half bag,. .10.?.,. (id. ;. quarter bag, 5s. Gd. ? Pollard, IT) 10s. per ton. : ' Bran, £6 per ton. ?'?'-? ; Oats, 3s. per bushel. Crushed Oats, 3s. -Id. per bushcL . : Wheat (seed); 4s, fid: per bushel... , ... -. Fowls wheat. 3s. per buslu-L- .,-..-- Barley. 3s. Gtl. Ixt bushel. '? ? , Peas, Is. bushel. ' Pigsfood (sweepings), 5s. per bag. Bone Dust, £7 per ton. Shark's Bay Guano. M 10s. per ton (bags | included) I REDUCED EATES for QUANTITY. ( -''? Delivered Free any part of town, su- ! ?; burbs, or railway station. KOBEltT FOTtllEST. :?_?''??? May 24th., 180:3. ~jE*-ro-&Q3rfry Xjiist;. .FOR SALK: ...THE REFRESHMENT ROOMS being now conducted by Mr. 'VV. F. Green. Victoria-st. £12 week clear profit to a good man. Cash ? transaction ;. splendid bargain. Ap ply early. ?..?=;? ; : Town Lots 71, 72 and 73 at corner of Wittenoom and Ell...