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Further Fall in Tin [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 31 May 1893
Further Fall ia Tin For the last 'two weeks our tele grams have shown a gradual decrease in the price of tin in the market. Up to three weeks ago the price of tin was steady, at 15s. Gd. per unit, and a rise was fully expected ; con siderable surprise was consequently experienced when a telegram was re ceived last, week, to the effect that tin, in London, had fallen to £85 15s. per ton, and tin-ore in Sydney, to 14s. 3d. per unit. Yv'o have now to' report a still further decline. A telegram was received from T. H. Kelly and Co., Sydney, that tin-ore is now bringing only 14s. per unit.-. Added to this, information has been received that a further reduction is expected, and in the present state of the market, there is no knowing how far it will fall. Under these circum stances the West Australian and Union Banks have decided that until matters ai*e more settled, they will not advance more than £25 per ton, ou ore delivered in Bunbury. In addition to this the cost of shipping will be p...
Cricket. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] BRIDGETOWN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 31 May 1893
:: - Crick el [From Our Correspondent.] }'??-?.. Bridgetown,. Friday. |Two games of cricket were played on the Bridgetown show-ground on Wednesday and Thursday last. In the first .match-r-Bridgetown v. War ren — the Bridgetown club were vic torious ; but only one of thebatsmeri (Walter) reached double figures.. The next match was . Greenbnshes v. Warren, when the Warrenites wvre successful, winning with 8 wickets to the good. W. Jones secured 23 runs for Warren, and Gardiner, 16 for Greenbushes. The following are the scores : BRIDGETOWN V. WAdREN. Bkidgetown'. — 1st Innings. Stecre, c Minden, b Jones ... 3 Coverloy, b Jones, ? ... ... ';-... 7 Bovcll, b Jones, ? :.. ... ,2 Simttleworfh, h F. Grange, ... 3 . Walter, b Jones ? 14 J. Blecliyndoi), b Jones, ? 2 A. Blechynrlen, c and b Grange -1 Margin, b Grange ? 3 Moulton, b Jonos, ? 2 . O'Ni'il, not out ? 0 Williams, b Grange ? 0 ; Sundries ... ? '. ... 10 - Total 47 Second Innings. Walter, b Grange ? 5_ ?Shuttleworlh, b Jones, ? 2 St...
WARREN V. GREENBUSHES. WARREN.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 31 May 1893
WAKR.EX V. GREENBUSHES. Warren.— 1st Inni ngs. W. Mottram, lbw, Morgan, ... 7 Yvroods, c Gardiner, b Itobinson 2 Jones, e and b Selfo, ? 23 J J. Mottram, run out, ... ... 8 D. Mottram, run out, ? 1 Steere, b Morgan, ... ...' ... 3 'Queegnp. c Selfe, b liobinson... 7. E. Mottram, b Morgan ...: ... 0 Minden, not out,... ... .;.... 2 Wheatly, c Pratt, b Robinson,.. 0 B. Blechynden, b Morgan, ... 0 Sundries, .., ? 14 Total 67 2nd. Innings. Jones, b Morgan, ? 4 I). Mottram, b Morgan ... .:. 5 W. Mottram, not out, ? 0 Steere, not out,... . ... .,. ... 3 Sundries, ? L Total (2 wlits) 13 G-REKNUffSHES. — 1st. Innings. Robinson, c J. J. Mottram, ... 7 Selfe, b Jones, ? 0 Morgan, b Jones ? 0 Eobinson. cD. Motlram.b Jones 1 Barker, run out, ? 0 Gardiner, b Jones ... : ? 0 , Williams, c Steere, b Jones ... 5 Kamsay, c Steere, b Jones ... 12 Pratt, b AIoHram, ? 1 Leonard, b Mottram ? 7 Payne, not out, ? 0, Sundries, ? 4 Total 37 2nd. Innings. Payne, b Mottram ? 0 llobinson, b Mottram ? 4 Barker,...
SATURDAY, MAY 27TH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 31 May 1893
SATURDAY, MAY 27th.; Geo. W. Reading, sworn, said: On Saturday last, I sent out a case of lemonade to the defendant. Ifc was packed in a beer case, 1 have fre quently sent lemonade to the de fendant, and it has always been packed in beer cases. ' ?'. ''''!. ;-^T''7'--. . v V . Davidson, sworn, said: .1 kuow Bradley by sight; be was; .-.at', my hou.se at about 12 or 1 o'clock y on May 21st, and came again at about 5.30. p.m. He took a bottle of beer out of my place. By the police: I was sober on Monday, and was not at Dwyer's place between 1 and 6 p.m. that day. I had some liquor, but 1 knew what I was doing. The defendant's brother brought me a bottle of beer as a present on Monday afternoon. ' I bad nothing to drink with Bradley. Robt. Manderson and Joseph Kelly also gave evidence for the defence. The resident magistiate, in passing sentence, said: There is not the slightest doubt that you are guilty of the chai'ge, which does not appear to be sly grog selling, but actually keep in...
Supreme Court. THE KELLY APPEAL CASE. ADJOURNED TO THE JULY SITTINGS PERTH, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 31 May 1893
Supreme Court. . ... . ? -v— . . THE KELLY APPEAL CASE. . ?'ADJOURNED TO THE JULY SITTINGS, . [By Telegraph.] ..: (From Ooe Correspondent.) . . Perth, Tuesday Night. The Full Court was occupied all day with the case, Kelly v, the Resi dent Magistrates of Bunbury. This was an appeal case which had been ad journed from last Court, on the grounds that there was no jurisdic tion, the appeal being too late. Haynes argued at great length, quoting cases which, contending that the case could have come oh before but for the negligence of the magistrates in not forwarding the conviction. Judge Stone said the appellant bad a remedy in an action for dam ages against, the magistrate. The Crown Solicitor, replying, said that the Magistrates had no thing to do with the case ; he ap peared for the informer, Sergeant Connor. The Chief Justice observed that the Crown Solicitor had previously stated that he was representing the Magistrate. Leake met this with a distinct denial. A breeze ensued, Onslow...
VASSE. SATURDAY, MAY 27th, 1893. (Before R. Gale, Esq., Acting R.M., and J. C. Cookworthy, Esq.) DISPUTED OWNERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 31 May 1893
VASSE., SATURDAY, MAY 27th, .' 1893.' (Before R. Gale, Esq., Acting R.M, and J. C. Cookworthy, Esq.) Disputed Owneuship. : Dawson v. Smith. — This case was the result of a dispute over the owner ship of a mare, unbranded. Mr. T. Thnrklo, by eonsontj ap peared for the plaintiff. Shortly after the case commenced, the defen dant faintod and had to be removed from tho Court. The case \vas conse quently adjourned for a while. There were a good many witnesses examined for, the defence, and only a few for the .plaintiff. ' After hearing the evidence, the Court non-suited the. plaintiff. Each side to pay their own costs, ? Tbesspass Thos. Coe was charged with being on the premises of G. 0. French foV an unlawful pirrpose ; also Avith mak ing use of thi'eatening language. ?]; _ Caes dismissed ; defendant to pay the costs. ; ^ -: ??-. .-..-? - [A fuller report of this case will appear in our next issue. J
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 31 May 1893
:; / TIME TABLE ..-'?';. South- Wester a Railway. I^IOMMENCING on MONDAY, the \j 22nd. MAY, and until further no tice, trains will run as under : — PEETE to PI2TJARRAH. Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. a.m. Perth ... Dep. 9.0 Burswood ... ,- 9.11 Cauningtou ... ., 9.28 :? .Kelmscott ... ,', 9.58 Armadale ... „ 10.8 Jarralidale Jnct. „ 10.41 Serpentine ... „ 10.56' noon Purjarrah ... Arr. . 12.0 PIN JABRAH to PERTH. Mondays audWeduesdays. Fridays. ? ?'?; '. . ? : p.m. a.m. Piivjarrali ... ' Dep. 2 . 1.0 Serpentine ... ., 3.4 2.4 ?: : Jitrraudale Juct. „ 3.19 2.19 Armadale ... „ 3.52 2.52 Kelmscott ... „ 4.2 3.2 ???'.--. Canningtou ... „- 4.32 3.32 Burswood ... „ 4.49 3.49 ' Perth . ... . arr.. 5.0 . 4.0 By order oi! the Commissioner of Railways, JOHN DAVIES, General Traffic Manager. : -Sooth*- Western Railway. (Eunbury-Pinjarrah Section.) .- . 7 1 Ihe followiug temporary arrangements _i_ have been made by the contractor of the South- Western Railway for the conveyance of passengers, ...
DOES IT PAY TO ADVERTISE [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 31 May 1893
DOES IT PAY TO AD VERTISE ? The following facts should be a sufficient answer to the few who ask the question : Messrs. Moss and Co. of Sydney, general merchants and agents for Wolfe's Schnapps, spent during the last 20 years £ L2U,UUU m advertisements, and another £30,000 would have been spent in the same manner, but for the legal expenses incurred in prosecuting fraudulent impositions on the trade mark. The law in N.S.W. is now fine and imprisonment for any fraudulent use of a trade mark. The firm purposes to go yet more extensively into ad vertising. At no time did the firm slack off in advertising, for when their business was greatest, their adver t.-isivmAn+B wwfi oTGa.test. showins1 what can be done 'from the smallest beginning. The late senr. partner (Mr. Moss), began business with a hawker's basket in England. Arriving in Sydney about 40 years ago, he commenced business, and by keeping his name before the public, and honest dealing, he was, some short time before his death, ...
GREENBUSHES MINERS' ASSOCIATION. GREENBUSHES, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 31 May 1893
GREENBUSHES MINERS' ASSOCIATION. ? A ? (From Our Correspondent.) CtRbenbus'ies, Monday. A meeting of the above was held in the Assembly room on Saturday evening last, Mr. J. Dunstan in the chair, A lot.fpiv.wflfiVp.afl from Mr. Walter, stating that he could not take the office of President on account of al ready holding a Government office. Mr. Dunstan was then unanimously elected president ; Mr. G. E. Williams, vice-president. Mr. B. Robinson was elected on the committee. The principal business was the reading and adopting of the. rules. The secretary was instructed to get the same printed at the lowest price. The president made a few com plimentary remarks in favor of Mr.' RearVfor the valuable minute book which he had given to the association. He al^p- promised to read a paper at the ne''xfcr meeting, on thebenefit to bo derived from the Association. The meeting theu closed with a vote of thanks to the chairman.
A SHIPWRECKED CREW. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 31 May 1893
A SHIPWRECKED CREW'. The sole survivor of the ship Dol phin has been picked up by a steamer near Cape Horn. The Dolphin col lided with an iceberg, whereupon the crew,' together with the captain and his wife, took to th c boats, but owing to there being insufficient provisions, all except one negro sailor went mad with hunger after twenty days' of terrible sufferings and hardships.
SOUTHERN DISTRICTS A.& P. SOCIETY. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 31 May 1893
SO UT-HERN DISTRICTS A. # P. SOCIETI. . / ' (by elkctjuc telegraph.) ' [From our Own Correspondent.] - : Vasse, Saturday. ' The South ern Districts Agricultural Society held a meeting this afternoon when the following officers were ap pointed for the ensuing year : H. J Yf-lverton. President: A. R. Pries, secretary ; K- Gale, John Bo veil, F. Vines, T. Thurkle, E. C. B. Locke, Chas. Layman and Herbert Davies, committee/ The accounts showed a good balance: to the Society. Reso lutions were passed authorizing the committee to fix the date of the show later on; also to enlarge the prize list. . ..;??:.??'?..'-. : ?':-;?:
A FATHER STABS HIS SON. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 31 May 1893
A FATHER STABS HIS SON. A terrible tragecty occured at Wil cannia last, night. ; An old man named Thomas Nolan, aged about 80, stabbed his son with a sheath knife. The affair happened in a small hut. A quarrel between them seemed to have sprung up, causing .the old man to stab his son. The injured man was taken to the hospital, where he die.l a few minutes after admission. A medical examination showed .that, a wound four inches deep had been in flicted, and that the knife had entered the heart. The accused was brought before the Police Court to-day and remanded to the Coroner's Court. Later. The adjourned inquest touching the death of Charles Nolan, who was stabbed by his father, was held yester day. The evidence disclosed a ter rible state of affairs, Nolan stabbed his son without any provocation. Female witnesses alleged that jeal ousy of the son's wife was the cause of the act, Nolan claims his son's wife as his own. A verdict of wilful mur der was returned, and the accused was c...
Latest Telegrams. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 31 May 1893
Latest Telegrams-. — — — ^- — — [From a Correspondent,] .NEW SOUTH WALES. ;? ? 9 ? Sydney, Friday. The fire on board the Part Jackson has been subdued by the streuous efforts of the fire brigades, but not until an immense quantity of water was pumped into the vessel's- hold, deepened her to such an extent that the keel touched the bottom. Consi siderable damage has resulted to the cargo, which is insured in sixteen different, offices. The cause of the fire is a complete mysteiy.
THE AUSTRALIAN CAVALRYIN ENGLAND LONDON, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 31 May 1893
THE AUSTRALIAN CAVALRYIN ENGLAND. London, May 27. The Royal Military Tournament was continued to day, the Australians showing splendid form. Nicholson made a splendid stand against -the best opponents in the fencing contest, and remains in the final. In the .bayonet verms bayonet, contest, Breen ties for first place. In the lemon cntting and tent-pegging contests, Gollon leads, having made the highest possible score in the latter. Bading, Catt, Barraelufa, Breen, and Blen cowe, have, all done excel leu t work in the post-cutting, tent -pegging and lemon-cutting contests, all being amongst the first ties. In the sword versus lance. Riley, Weston, :and Leary are in the finals.