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THE COLONIAL CAVALRY IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

THE COLONIAL CAVALRY IN ENGLAND. The officers in command of the. colonial troops, now visiting England, Majors Dodds and McNeil, attended the Banquet at the Imperial Institute last night. They were highly com plimented on the superior stamp of ? men which they had under their command.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 34, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 34, 18M. Some men are Lorn great ; some achieve -greatness; and -others have greatness thrust upon them. To the latter distinction the inhabi tants of Albany have long laid claim, and the Australian Adver ti.ier.oi the loth. inst. is -.very much ing pretensions and aspirations rapidly becoming extinct under the influence of a policy of progress, and the march of improvements, it is no secret that the commercial pro-p r y of Albany lias beeu'ou the down grade since the establish ment of railway communication with the Metropolis. It is, there fore, not altogether surprising that the Australian Advertiser is dis posed to discount the advantages accruing to other communities from railway facilities . and when to this is added tne canuia hckuuw ledgment that it frequently finds itself in direct opposition to its contemperarieson public questions, we are naturally prepared to find that it views the contemplated operations of the South-Western Railway wit...

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The Latest Cables. THE IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. LONDON, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

The Latest Cables. (Fhom our owk Corrkspondest,) THE IM PE R.I A L PAR LI AM ENT . Lokdon, May 19. The Daily News of yesterday states that. Parliament will -adjourn 'at the end of July, for a period of two months.

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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

Topics of the Week. The s.3. Hob Roy is adverlised to take the place of the s.s. Flinders next- trip from Fre mantle for Bunbury, Tasso, and Quinualup. ; - * ........ * * Mr. S. Hewlett, Inspector of Mails, .-was a passenger to Bunbury from Perth by train; on Monday. A Bazaar, in aid of the Weslcyan Circuit Fu- d will, be, held in the Freemasons' Hall, on Thursday, June 1st. ? * * * The first mail coach from the Yasse. under the new time-table, arrived in Bunbury on Sunday last, at 2.30. p.m., with seven passengers. - ? # # # The Schooner Alma made two attempts last wock to roach Fremantlc. but. was compelled to put back on both occasions, owing to the heavy north winds prevail ing. She is loaded up with timber and potatoes. Wo havo received a copy of the ?Western Australian Directory for 1893 and 1894, just published. The Directory affords valuable information, the price being 2s. Gd., which may be considered high, but when it is re membered that there h:is been no Directory publis...

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THE DECISION. PERTH TO-day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

THE DECISION. Prrtii. To-dav. The Court delivered judgement in the, enquiry into the wreck . of- the ship Ulidia. Its decision was un animous, that the Captain bo called upon to answer the followingchai'ges : 1. Whereas, yon, being stranger to this port, and in charge of a ship of which you had no previous exper ience as to her sailing qualities when under ballast, did get under weigh in the night time, with a f silling bai'omettr, and the wind not suffi ciently fair. 2. : Negligence in not keeping the lead going the whole time after get ting under weigh until clear of the port; 3. Negligence in not having a hsrnd stationed as lbok-oufc to watch for reefs :? - - -?-?-?? .,..-?:- - 4. Grave error of judgment in. not letting go the anchor when it was seen the ship would not stay. . The formal enquiry into those charges commences on Friday.

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MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. The Mutual Improvement Society held a meeting on Wednesday, the President (Mr. E. Woodrow) in tho chair. After the minutes of the previous meeting were read, attention was fiii.llwl to n resolution iiist.vm»tinor iht\ o secretaiy to communicate with the Education Board, with reference to a^ place of meeting, but which had been omitted. The reasons given for the omission were satisfactory, and tho minutes were duly confirmed. The chairman referred very feel ingly to a matter which had been brought forward by one of the mem bers — vix., paying a tribute of respect to the late Mr. Jas. Craig. On the motion of Mr. Marshall, a committee of two was appointed to report at the next meeting what ac tion should be taken in the matter. The desire to recognise the good qualities of a departed friend and to mark his last resting-place met with the entire apyroval of this Society. Mr. Keeble read a paper — 'is it right to be ambitious ?' which elicit ed some very favor...

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Loss of the Ulidia. TOTALLY WRECKED ON THE STRAGGLERS THE CAPTAIN'S STORY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

Loss of tlie ITlidia, TOTAL 1 ,Y WRECK ED ON 'THE STRAGGLERS. \ .... ,- . . _ ' - -; ' ?? ! ' THE CXPTAIN'S STORY. ' '-- [»t ELECTRIC I TKLEGRArn] ' ' (From our owx Corrksi'Oxdkxt.) : Pkrth, Fridsiy. , At ; day-bresik yesterdsiy morning, tlio ship Ulidia struck on the Strag flers, a reef two miles S. of Rottnest, where she now lies, a total. wreck. 1 ? ' The Ulidia left Fromant.le during the night, bound for Newcastle (N.S.W.) in ballast! ' She had no pilot on board. At. Rio-lit o'clock tho tmr-boat Dol phin went out to her assi*tanc, but failed to get the vessel off. There is a big hole in the port side. The captain and crew left the ves sel in the afternoon, there being no chance of saving her,, and shortly ' afterwards. she became a total wreck. In the naturally superstitions ma rine circles, the vessel is considered ill-fated, as she sustained a recent mishap in Bunbury, causing the dis missal of the then 'commander (Capt. Carrey), and necessitating the send ing of the present, ...

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Correspondence. PAYMENT OF MEMBERS. (To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

Correspondence. { To the Editor of Tho Bunbury H--?dld.) PAYMENT OF MEMBERS. Sir. — The case stated by any cor ^ respondent tojthe newspapers should not be supposed to cany the con viction in all, or indeed in any case, because the alleged- points made go unchallenged. I had intended reply ing to '? A Liberal's ' screed, which appeared in your issue of the 10th i»st., under this heading, but that I KlITITifWnrl fliiitnnffniMrrniill }lP fll-Tndpd nt the meeting on the loth inst. Tlie. question of ' Payment of Members ' that is, the justice and advisability of paying our Legislators, as well as our parsons, should be argued honestly on its merits. What that opulent lawyer, Mr. Want said or thought in reference to the question isn't apropos. The lengthy quotation doesn't contain a sintrle argument ngainst the principle — simply cheap, sentimental gasconade. It is worth noting, in passing, that Mr. Want is vharged with being absent half the time from his'Legislative duties, and notwiths...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

W.-E. CATLETT, VICTORIA STREET, BUNBURY. 'Watches Thorcmglxly Examined. ' Repairs done with despatch at the lowest possible prices. Old fashioned Jewellery made up into the newest, designs by fin experienced tradesman. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

WILLIAM SMITH, , CABINET MAKER, UPHOLSTERER AND UNDERTAKER. .. V VICTORIA STREET, BUNBURY. :.?'.?. FUNERALS CONDUCTED. PLANS DRAWN. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Buildings Supervised. ' *'' \

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Messrs. Kelly & Co., Sydney, report: [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

GOMMERCIA L ISTELLIGEKCE. Messrs. Kelly & Co., Sydney, report : Tin. £Si- K-s. per ton in London. Tin Ore. 14s. 3d. per unit in Sydney. Messrs. Thomas Hay ward and Son report :— Wholesale Pkice List. Galvanised Trnn (Orb brand) 26 gauge, £22 10s. ton. .,-;? Barli-on, £11 10s. ton . FiMicinjr wire (Annealed steel), £11 Gulvaiiised Fencing Wire; £15 10s to. Barbed Wire (galvanised) £24. : Corn Sacks, 7s. per doz. ?; Bran Batrs, 5s. 6d. per doz. Wool Bales, 10?, 3s. each. ;.? ; ?. Kerosene Oil, 150Q test, lls. i Salt, fine (Black Horse), £6 10s. ion. Bone Dust (imp.), £7 ton. ??; Flour (Adelaide Roller), £10 10s. 0.1/ (Bimbury Roller), £9 15s. Od. Po'ilard';£7 ?* /:/\ Bran, £0 . ?- Oats, 3s. bushel. Chaff, £(). ton : ; -???? : . Potatoes (imported), £7 10s: ton... Seed Wheat. 4s, Od, ? ? .; Peas, 4s, - V: '.- v '-:, .-, ???'?-V; Onions (imported), £7 10s. ton. Sugar, £22 1.0s. to £28 ton, Tea, Is. 3d. to 2s. lb. .???: .-.-,-:- Cement lGsO'd cask. ?????': f ???: : May 24th., 189...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

Shipping. ^^«, ADELAIDE ^?iMjL^y^pjjjaJCTsg-Sft-r, . (Limited) (Under Contract with the West Austra lian Government for the Con veyance of Mails) 'Will despate.ii their Splendid Steamships ; . as under : — To Bunbury Roads, Vasse Roads, and CLuindalup (front Fremantle). ROB ROY, May 30, at 4.30 p.m. No cargo received af tor 2 p.m.- on day of tailing. To Dpngarra and Geraldton (from Freinantle). FLINDERS, May 23, at 4.30 p.m. No cargo can be received after 2 p.m on da.y of sailing. k To Q-eraldton. Sharks Bay, Carnarvon Roads, Ashburton Roads, Pearling Grounds, Roebuck Bay, transhipping at Roebuck Bay to s.s. Rob Roy for Derby, 'Wyndham, and Port Darwin. ALBANY, June 14, at 5. p.m. ; ; i \ For the Colonies (From Fremantle) : BULLARRA, 'Saturday, May 27. : Prom Melbourne and Adelaide, with transhipments from Sydney. (Melbourne, \ Adelaide, ROBT. FORREST, Local Agent. ~V-— -'fc TT U D D A R T ^j^]^ H PARKER *»A'-j^Hf^^a^b»AND CO.'S LINE. CARGO; AND PASSENGER .'SERVICES. Prom Melbourne ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A FATAL GUN ACCIDENT. ADELAIDE, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ? ▼ ? A FATAL GUN ACCIDENT. Adelaide, May 10. A farm labourer, living at the house of Mr. Jabez Flowers, farmer, near Smithfield, was last night, com ing-out of the house with a loaded gun when Albert Flowers, eight years of age, ran into him, causing the gun to explode. The contents entered the boy's chest and he died twenty minutes later.

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The Perth-Bunbury Railway. PROVISIONAL OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

XheuParth-Bunbury : Railway. 'A PROVISIONAL. OPENING. J- ! = .'UMiofPprth-Bnnbury Railway was provisionally opened for the con veyance 'of niails ;and passengers, on Mondsiy. Commencing 'at both ends (Perth and Bunbury) at the same hour, the service -for the present will be worked by separate trains, from both ends, meeting at Pinjarrah. i lit; uii^iiiu iiuu wiiia^uo uouvi un tuy Boyanup line wilt, for a tinie, be used on the Perth line also. There was considerable interest taken by residents, even in the provisional opening-of the line, -and numbers of ?visitors Came to see the first train leave. Amongst the passengers were, Hon. H. W. Venn, Commissioner of Railways, Mr. De Hamell, M.L.A., and sibout 30 others. The Perth line branches off the Boyannplinc a little beyond ricron, ana aoout rour mnes from Bunbury. : It inns through large stretches of really good country, and some very fine patches of agri cultural land can be seen all the way to tho Harvey. Wo were agreeably surprised...

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ARCHBISHOP REYNOLDS. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

ARCHBISHOP REYNOLDS. Adelaide, Tuesday. The health of Archbishop Reynolds is causing much anxiety, as it is fear ed that he is sinking.

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COOLGARDIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

COOLGARBIE NEWS. The rush to Coolgardie still con tinues', and the string of swsigmen proceeding to the find remains Un broken. Although the latest reports are not very encouraging, to seekers after alluvial without plenty of gold in their pockets, the fact' remains that very few return from the find. Those who do sire mostly on their way back sigsiin in a couple of davs. Splendid rain is falling in the neighborhood of Southern Cross. No news of rain comes from Coolgardie, though -any amount of water is on the road there. The diggiugs are well supplied with water. Water is a shilling per gallon, and whisky. 12s. 6d. per bottle, or Is. a nip. The storekeepers express themselves well siitislied with their takings, which are mostly in gold. Parker's Range is commencing to boom again. Se veral men have gone out there during the lust few dsiys to take advantage of the public crusher, which chsirge.' lls. per ton. There is plenty of stone paysible at that price, only wanting to bo picked ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

For Clirap Groceries piitronisc .T. J. Trx fokd, ' The Cheapest' Cash iStore, Vic toria Street, Bunbnry.' Produce bought for Nesbif iincl .Terger, Hay street, receive fresh con.xicnments of Jewellery and elec troplate every mail. For .Tewellorv-'Rt'pii-ir.ms. or Miinufaetur inn, ^o to D.'M. Taylor. Stephen Strt-et— .' Tlie.rraetiiiil Triidcsjiiiiu.-'- Apvr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

, ... . Chemists. . . ; ( EDMUND DEP ????::r'vAND Co. ' '''' ' Wholesale and .Retail CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS '-. M'ASirFACTUBEBS & IltrOHTEnS OF Drugs, Chemicals* Pharmaceutical Pre ? par ations,. Proprietary and Patent, ~. ? Medicines. Toilet and Nursery '.' . .i\.-' Requisites, Perfumery^ Ete. -??? Station Managers, Storekeepers, aiiq :'?' Contractors ? Supplied at, the. ? --{ -^ -.. \. .-,,? Lowest Rates. . :i]^-.: -r,\ Country -Orders will receive -?prphp'i ;'???': ??????????; attention.' ' \ ''''''''. ''''' SAY^§TE,SST,:Pertli.[ : '; ?; HIGH STS,SET5rremantle. DEAN'S ?'? 1. ,. . TndigestionrMixture. '' By. its digestive, stomach-invigorating ''' , arid ' appetizing properties, is a ? 'l ; ? ' ? ' : positive remedy for Indigestion, . : . k ' ' It stands on its own merits, arid i.fi.-i'-.U'J- on the reputation obtained by the wonderful effects winch have followed its tiso every . . . : . , where.: , PRICE, 2s, Gd, 3.' .,' Corn Cure removes corns pain ' ' lesily, cixres in ...

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THE COLONIZATION SCHEME. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

THE COLONIZATION SCHEME. Sydney, Tuesday. The committee of the . Australian Colonization Scheme purchased yes terday, a barque, named the Rnyal Tar, of 589 tons, for transport pur poses, The price paid for the vessel was £1600.

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The Home Rule Bill THE SECOND CLAUSE PASSED. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

The Home Rule Bill THE SECOND CLAUSE PASSED. [By Cable.] (Fhom Ocr Corkesponwsxt). London, Thursday. The second clause of the Home Rule Bill passed yesterday after a long struggle. The scene at the coi clusion of the debate .was disordely, owing to the weakness of the Chair man of Committees. The further consideration of the Bill has been adjourned till M:i3'3J. London*, May 22. Great preparations are being made for Lord Salisbury 'b visit to Ulster. liOvnox.-.Msi.v 28. It is rumored that Mr. Gladstone is communii ating with the Queen, concerning the Home Rule Bill. The Premier, it is said, intends to refuse the dissolution of Parliament, on the grounds that the' constituencies have already declared in favor of Home Rule. The Queen urges an appeal to the country, as the question stands, should the Bill be rejected in the House of Lords. A monster meeting was held in Hyde Park yesterday, in favor of Home Rule.' It was the largest demonstration ever known, the at tendance being upward...

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