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QUEENSLAND. A TRAGIC END. BRISBANE, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

;QU-E.ENSL AND. ; A TRAGIC END. Brisbane, Thursday. A civil engineer, was found yesterday lying in front of the gate of a house near Brisbane, with his throat cut. He expired shortly after being found,

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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Greenbushes. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

Greenbuslies. [From Oi;ii~ CoiifiF.isi'bNLiKXT.] Another meetiug of the Miners was held on Saturday; evening last, at the Assembly room, for the for mation of a Football and Cricket Club. There was a fair attendance, but no business of importance was done. The Bev. Mr. Buchanan was on a visit here on Sunday last. He at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, to a large audience, and at Mi*. Moore's house, DumpIingGully, heldasocialin the '.evening. The Rev. gentleman expressed great pleasure to :iind a general tendency towards religion, and said that if it could be arranged, he himself, or some one else from B anbury, would hold senile at the Tin Fields once a month. The weather liei'e still continues showei-y, and all watercourses, holes, etc., are being slowly filled, to the gratification of all. Mr. Biv z'er left here on Saturday last for Perth, his object ' eing to lay the Water Scheme clearly before the Government.

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COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. BRISBANE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. Brisbane, Saturday. At Rockhampton Police court George Thomas Blantert was ?com- mitted for trial for the murder of Flora MacDonald on May 7th.

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ANOTHER TEST. BUNBURY TO PINJARRAH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

ANOTILEil TEST. BUNBURT TO PINJARRAH. On :Monday another trial of the Collie coal was made on the Perth-. Bunbury line on the engineof the train to Pinj«rru.h to initiate the new mails and passenger service between Bun bury and the metropolis. The Hon. H. W. Venn, Commissioner of Itail ways, being a passenger. The train left Bunbury for Pi nj sirrah, under the supervision of Mr, . Guilfoyle, the manager of the railway, v.t-d a.m. hav ing as passengers besides the Com missioner — Messrs. Hay, De HameJ, M.L.A., Turner, Bra;ie:', W'oodr my-a Buxburv Heuald representative, and a large number of other passengers: The little engine could only carry a small quantity of coal in the bunkers, which before starting was who are acquainted with the appear ance of the local coal, to satisfy them selves that nothing but .Collie coal would be used in the furnaces. The train, consisting of three carriages and two loaded trucks, travelled ait a rate of eighteen miles an hour. At the Collie crossing, ...

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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

THE ELECTIONS. The result of the elections thus far is as follows : Ministerials.,, ... ... 38 :- ; Labor Party .-..,, .;. 17 Independent ? 8 Opposition ... ? 7

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Collie Coal. TESTED ON THE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

Collie Coal., ; TESTED ON THE RAILWAY. A trial of the coal brought down from the Collie was made mi .Saturday; on the engine of the train to Boyaiiup and back with most, satisfactory re v suits: ?' 'The driver pronounced' the* coal to be the best he ever used in 'the colony. There was even less of the coal consumed for the journey than Newcastle coal, which -is fi^n ftrallv. nsftd: rinil t,h« 'Collie 'coal MS. almost smokeless, and involving con siderable less labor to the stoker. The train left Bunbury for Boyanup and the intermediate places at 9 a.m. the* engine having in the bunkers 7£cwt. .of Collie coal brought down from the Collie crossing the day be fore. At starting, the steam gauge* indicated, llolbs. of steam (which is all that is allowed to be generated,and this varied but little the whole journey tq Boyanupand back. . Afterweighing what coal was left in the bunkers on the return- to- Bunbury, it was found that 5{cwt. was consumed on the trip, something like ^-cwt. less t...

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MATCH AGAINST MARYLEBONE. LONDON, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

MATCH AG/AINST MARYLE BONE. LoxnoN, Mhv 18. The Australian eleven commenced . n match against the Marylebone CC. to-dav. The home team went first to the wickets, making 424, Flowers (130) and Marchant (103) batting splendidly. The fast scoring in this innings beat the record. The Aus tralians had lost 4 wickets for 84. London*, May 19. The Australian innings concluded f«r 243. They then followed on, and had lost no wickets for 151 when the stumps were drawn, of this score ?Lyons made 120. London', May 20. The Australians' second innings closed for 347. Marylebone, in their second innings lost 8 wickets for 153, the match being drawn at this ex citing stage. The home team had 14 ruiia to make to win, and two wickets to fall, when the stumps were drawn.

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CRICKET. AUSTRALIA v. GLOUCESTERSHIRE. LONDON, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

CRICKET. AUSTRALIA v. GLOUCESTER SHIRE. : LoNitox, May 17. V Iu the Australia-Gloucestershire match, the Australians made «r-03 in their iirst innings. The Gloucester shire innings closed for 41. Rain is falling, and the match has 1-oct» drawn.

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Education Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

Education Reform. By Uko.; In my last .article the substitution of the* preposition ' of ' for ' in ' .obscures the sense in dealing with the consideration of economy. The passage should read :' The increase would not be in the number' of, the. classes, but of the number in each, respective class.' It. is with pleasure J note, that tlie. Central Board, in their reply to the resolutions passed by the Government Teachers' Association, have affirmed the desirability of establishing mixed schools. ' ? : The super-addition to the initiative, instruction afforded by our Infants' Schools, has been alluded to ns wooden. That it is so is wholly due to the results system — the main prin ciple of the ' Act.' This most per nicious system was introduced by the Hon. Robert Lowe in 1862; and, since its date of transplantation here, it has dragged along on the dull, mon otonous tenoi of its way for about a. quarter of a century. This system is pernicious, because it treats an im ponderable matter a...

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MATCH AGAINST YORKSHIRE. LONDON May 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

MATCH AGAINST YORKSHIRE. Loxnow May 23. The Australian Eleven commenced their match against Yorkshire yes terday, Blaekham, G. Giffen, and Turner standing out. Yorkshire batted iirst, and were all disposed of for 137. Trnmble was in excellent form with the ball, tak ing seven wickets for 50 runs. The Australians, in their, Iirst innings, made a total of 84, Bruce contributing 30, Gregory, 16, Banner man 15, and ¥. Gifl'en, not out, 11. The manager of Commercial Bank Melbourne' has stated officially that the action of the court in London in making a compulsory winding up .order only affects some trifling assets}' and that it will have no effect what ever uj'Oii the new bank.

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WELLINGTON VINE & FRUIT GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

; WJJJLLimTON -VINE S-\ FRUIT: ???? ) GROWER'S1 ASSOCIATION. : A meeting .of the \Vellingtori Vine ... and Fruit Growers'; Association was .held in the Mechanics' Iustitfite on Saturday last, May 20.- ? Present the President (Mr, E. M. Clarke) and Messrs: 11. H. Rose, J.P., Eedle, Kir ton, Lowrie, and the secretary, Mr. T. Jeffrey. . ???;?;. ;; ' . .. ' . ,-..'_ , iiie meeting hau;,been called tor . the purpose-pf reccifinsfihe.r.eporfo£ the. delegate,' Mrf'E. $Lil}larke|: to: J;hf} v -Co'hfer.en,ce-in^Pdrthr; V ,..- 'i i ;' '?V. If: --TKe fihaii-nmi.s^id^r ??. '?' -.'' ';. -i. '^ . ;; '/J\Ir. jRoae «Lii(i Iutteuded/tJie Conference, ?-—?where --evorytltkig— pft9*od-ei5- ??s!»+!#foet-opiliv,- ? ?.It is nCeflles^ for- me to jf ell. you again what '''w-as.jrablfsh^d in the' papers. , The resolution's ?^ passed afc our 'meeting;, were very favorably: , :; received by the Premier, and I have no doubt ? -.that they will do some good. The trip was 1 'very pleasant, and I would not have mis...

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PERTH, 5th May 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

Perth. 5th May. 1893. To tho Hon. Secretary, Wellington Vine ... . and Fruitgrowers' Association. . . Dear; Sib. — At a meeting of the Swan . District Vine and Fruit Growers'- Asso ciation, held yesterday, the following resolutions were agreed to :— . : 1. That in the opinion of this meeting, it : I is desirable that no trees or vine-cuttings of j any description should be permitted to laud | in the colony, without careful examination ?and disinfection, or destruction, if necessary, by some; eincient ? expert, appointed oy tjio .Goyernrnent. .- '.' - :. !?. ? \ 2.. Th:it,\in;the' opiuion of tlusnteetingy it '. is -flesiraWe', in the:. interests of Viticulture, '. that vine-cuttings should^be. permitted; to. b&. . jntrbdueed from Solitli AusfirAlia'.diiring'.ihe. - Vnottt.lis tyf .June/ Jnly, aiul August of the ?- t-iiri'ctit yeai-, on rtlic, condition's; ljitherto bb'-' ? tainin'g. ?' ~'' ..- .': '*? ?- V ij ?.??? \p ?:. inatter. ?&,s-;stf&n'as: poSsibJei ; B...

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LOCAL COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 18. (Before W. H. Timperley, Esq., R.M.) JUDGMENT SUMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

? ? LOCAL COURT.. ; , ? 1 .THURSDAY, MAY 18. A .-.';?' (Before W. IL Timperley, ttscy, R.M.) ; '..' ?' Judgment Summons. ?.:.''.'' A. ' E. M: Spexcer v. E. L. Hand CbCK:— Claim :£7 Is. 6d. Mr. Stanley , for plaintiff ; no-appearance of defend- '. ' ant. Adjourned to enable plaintiff to prove defendant's means.

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A THREATENED STRIKE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

A THREATENED STRIKE. Sydney, Monday. The Titsyon colliers have decided to strike . unless the owners allow them tho extra, 2d. per ton heaving rate.

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A FATAL DRAIN COLLAPSE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

A- FATAL DRAIN COLLAPSE. Sydney, Friday. A laborer, named Harris, 40 years of age, was engsiged with others, in making a drain, when it collapsed, burying him under 5 toni? of earth. When his body was recovered .life was extinct..

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COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. Svdney, Friday. As a result of an inquiry, into . tho suspicious circumstanc.sattendingthe death of two women and a child, two men have been committed for trial for manslaughter. One of these is a pri vate dispensary chemist named Green at whose house one of the women and the child died.

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Latest Telegrams. VICTORIA. QUARANTINE REGULATIONS. MELBOURNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

Latest ^Telegrams.. ./, [bvei/kotric telegraph/} ?' ; .: \ TFkom Our Cokrespoxdent/]. ;?. .._. .Victoria../;. ;.--:s'.';' QUARANTINE REGULATIONS. : ? Mblbourxe. Thursday. . Yesterday, the chairman at a meet of the Board of Public Health (Mr/C. A. Topp,) said, with reference to passenger communication with W.A. authorities were such as were re commended by the Melbourne Board of Public Hesilth at the beginning of the outbreak. The Board intimated that provided passengers from W. A. liad been recently and successfully vaccinated, and the personal effects fumigated before embarking, there would be' no objection . to- admitting them to this port. ?

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THE RE-CONSTRUCTION SCHEMES. THE COMMERCIAL SCHEME BECOMING COMPLICATED. LONDON, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

THE RE-CONSTRUCTION SCHEMES. THE .COMMERCIAL SCHEME BECOMING COMPLICATED. Losdos,- May 12. The scheme put' : forward' by the Commercial 'Bank' for re-construction has become somewhat complicated by the order granted on the application of Mr. Guiness for the compulsory winding up of the bank in London. It is stated that the order has been made in the interest of the bank and its scheme, but financiei-s are ques tioning how a bank can carry on in one country whilst compulsorily winding up in another. ? ? The opinion of counsel, in Aus tralia to the effect that even in the event of liquidation, trust accounts would be safe, is challenged here. Financiers hope thsit Australian Bsmking difficulties are now over, but they state that the position iii.regard to existing banks is still very serious.' Theactnal dates when large deposits are becoming 'due. are not known, and if many of them are repayable at near dates, the position will be most critical, inasmuch as. renewals on a large scale ...

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THE NATIONAL BANK. THE MIDLAND COMPANY'S DEBENTURES. THE INTEREST LOCKED UP. London. May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

THE NATIONAL BANK. THE MIDLAND -COMPANY'S DEBENTURES. THE INTEREST LOCKED' UP. '??' '?-'?.' ??''?'... London, May 12. Creditors' petitions for compulsary winding-up have been presented against', the Mercantile' ?? Finance, Trustees, and Agency '..Company, the Queensland National Bank, and the City of Melbourne Bank. All the petitions will be heard on June 7th. The Commercial Banking Company of Sydney has presented a petition for ''?voluntary winding-up. It will be .heard on June 7th. ; The interest on -the' debentures of the Midland Railway Company of Western Australia, aud due in June, is locked up in the National Bank of Australasia. The. Company has de cided to postpone, during the crisis, submitting to the] Western Australian Government the price, at which it proposes to issue its. new debentures for the loan of £500,000. ' : The directors of the Bank of Vic toria do not intend to call meetings of. tho British shareholders and. de positors in thebank,as they have ob tained legal...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. A FALL OF EARTH. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 24 May 1893

NEW SOUTH WALES. A FALL OF EARTH. Syd.nbv, Thursday. At Broken Hill yesterday two men na.tned Charles Smith, and Jsick Har vey, engaged in filling a truck with mullock when a quantity of earth slipped and entombed them. Harvey was completely binned. Both men were rescued. Smith is only slightly injured, but Harvey's condition; is: regarded as serious. ..-.-.

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