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THE CATHOLIC INSTITUTE. A SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

THE CATHOLIC INSTITUTE. A SOCIAL. A Social in connection with the Bunbury Catholic Institute was held on Wednesday evening. Mr. Guil foyle presided, and the programme ?wa-s -rendered in a most satisfactory manner, considering that it was the first time several of the performers had stood before the footlights. An overture by Miss J. Reid was first on the programme, which wa followed by. Mr. J. Banting, senr., who pang in his usual style 'The little Golden Ring.' 'Tom Bowling' was well ? rendered by Mr. Barrett, accom panied by Miss Alkins. Miss Hol gato's song, 'Still I Love but Thee,' met with a hearty reception. A reci tation by Mr. S. Cusack, jr., followed, after which Mr. Dawson rendered the song, ' Come, Birdie, Come ' in a most artistic manner. This gentle man was in fine voice, and should prove a most- valuable addition to the Society to which he belongs. We understand that this is the first time this gentleman has appeared before a Bunbury audience. In Perth no Veal entertai...

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VASSE RACE CLUB. Vasse. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

VASSE RACE CLUB. (FllOlI OUK O\\S COEKESl'OUDK.NT.) Vasso. A race meeting (a snmmnry account of which I sent by wire last week), was held on Saturday evening, in the Weld Institute. The accounts of tbe previous year's meeting were submitted to the 'mem beis presents. The accounts showed thn-t the total receipt's last year an ountcd to over £100, and after pnying all accounts, lluii-o remained a balance of. over .£20 in band. After the usutl business of the evening was concluded, tbe meeting '..ii.-i adjourned [oc four week?.

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Fancy Dress Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

Fancy Dress Ball A decidedly unique entertainment was held in the Mechanics' Hixli o:i the 1st inst., when the long exp'jutuil and much discussed Fancy Dress Ball took place. Sn ;h entertainments are not quite a novelty here, but the elaborate, and varied, and rich toilets that were grouped in the Institute cm Thui-silay last havo not been equalled before', nor even approached. The attendance also exceeded any thing in the past, and had tho Ma sonic Mall been selected for the scene of the display, the sight and pleasure of the dancers would have been much enhanced, as the hall was unplea santly crowded. Upwards of 100 participants put in an appearance, and each costume vied with- the other, and the selection of the award to bo accorded to the be;t dress was by no means a nominal dui.y. The most, however, was made, of the ball, which was profusely decorat ed with floral trophies. The ball room presented quite a kaleidoscope appearance, and the 'bright and varied oolors, and the richn...

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Roads Boards. NELSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

Roads 'Boards.-. . — v — NELSON. The monthly meeting of the Nelson Roads Board for May, was held at ' Bridgetown, on May 2*5} h. ..Present: Messiv. J. AilnuttJ'P. (chairmau) Y\\ Forrest, jurir.,' J. Smith, and J. TV. Blechynden. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. Several applications were received and read from seitlt-rs in the vicinity of the bye roads of the district, soli- . citing aid from the board.for the up keep and repair of the bye roads iu their locality. From tho* correspon denf o it appeared thai some 300 miles ['. - of these roads were in a condition re-'-'.'- quiring assistance aud attention. The supervisor reported that be' had inspected the works in progress under the board's jurisdiction.61 and the contracts were being satisfactorily carried out. He was particularly pleased with the work of George Maslin. J. M-iy's contract was not being performed strictly iu accord ance with its terms, but the con ti-actor has ? promised to give imme diat...

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Vasse. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

Vasse; [FkO.M OL'U COKIiKSPON'pKNT.']. , . v Va.s.sk, Saturday. TVo have lately had. some' splendid growing r weather but- f l'om ...appear- ances to-day wo arc likely to have more rain shortly. , Ernest Hogan, eldest son of Sergt. Hngan, nf Perth, wli'o has been tele- -: graph messenger and letter carrier here for some time, left by mail coach on Sunday last, en route for Perth. His father has -secured, him another, situation in Perth. -He carries the good wishes of all here for bis future- ? welfare. His plac- as messenger has been filled by young Wm. McDonald, who .1- am sure will give every satis- ; faction. . ' . I see by Trcs Heraxd tbat Dr Hnngerford, of Dongarra, has been appointed R.M. and Medical Officer to the Vasse. Dr. Hnngerford is re ported to be a yonng man, married and is -well liked. So soon as the appointment- is officially made known I shall pm.-iibly have something to. say upon this matter. Mr. John Bovcll has, I bear, been nominated for the vacant seat on the D...

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A BOATING FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

A BOATING FATALITY. On .Saturday afternoon a terrible fatality occuri-ed at Botany Bay. A sailing boat in Avhich were seven men and a bov, was swamped, and all but one of the occupants were drowned. The following are the names of the persons who were- drowned: — James Bennet, Herbert Bennett, Henry Turner, John Turner, Thos. Tnrner, Albert Cales, and Andrew McKenzie. The party, who were out on a fishing excursion, were struck by a heavy gust of- wind when half way across the bay, causing the mainsail to gybe, and overturning the boat. Charles Watts is the only one saved.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. THE REVENUE RETURNS. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

^EW' SOUTH WAliES -.':-' '-.'?? ' ? — ♦ ? — '' ': ? ? : ?: ?-:. THE REVENUE RETURNS. ??--?-' ' Sydxky, Monclav. : The public revenue for the month, of May, amounted to £817,775, being a decrease of £120,628.

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THE MERCANTILE BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

/ THE .MERC ANTI1.E BANK. ' The sheriff, ; on .-'? Saturday, was, served with an order for calling a~ grand ; jury together., /.to ; consider . whether -a. true bill cannot be; filed in respect ; to the prosecution of Sir 'Matthew Davies and Mr. Millidge, il.ate chairman of directors and man agers, respectively, of; the Mercantile j Bank of Australia. There is some, 'doubt.as to whether the captain of the Salier coulcl have prevented the execution of a warrant on board his vessel, for the arrest of Sir Matthew Da. vies.

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THE OXFORD MATCH. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

THE OXFORD MATCH. ? , ^LONDOX, {Saturday: The Cricket :-,-'. match .between ' the Australian eleven and Oxford Univer sity concluded yesterday, aikl was a win for AiiRtraliaVby 19 1 .runs. The scoring was-r-Austraiia, 382 ; Oxford, 363. ^; V :-^'-'V;.:'-;';^ .- ? . : Given bowled in r pi en did form. The highest scores rwertv— -Oxford, Leveson Grower, 59 ; Australia, Trottv 38. -.'.?- ??!:.-;-;- '?:xx:-rxx-xxy ;?? -??'..

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CRICKET. AUSTRALIA V. SURREY. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

CRICKET. AUSTRALIA V. SURREY. . '.:..;: : [Bt. Cable,]: :? . : (From our own ?Correspoxdext,) : fLoxpbxv Thursday. T'ne match between Australia and Surrey resulted in a'- win for Surrey by 59 runs. -v.\. }-Xy. ;.r..v \ :'.-;. ^.-.V ,.-.-'?''?'

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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

Brevities.- ???-?? Over 28,000 persons visited the cottage of Robert Burns, at Ayr last year. '.:'?' :. ? ' * '?' ;* :..'? ''':*.' - - '? ' ' Of the 09,000 Frenchmen who fought with Napoleon at Waterloo, only eight now survive. * * * Only one person in every 1000 dies of old age. *~ ' * ' # # Over £1,000,000 is spent yearly by Londoners, in Funerals. # . ? # # During the reign of King Henry VIII, 70,000 theiyes were executed. # # # The ratepayeis of Northam un animously decided to raise a loan of £2,500 for municipal works. * # # The race for the Derby in England on Thursday last, was won by Isin glass, in 2 min. 43 sec. # * * The Priestm an dredge, which went down at the Fremantle jetty a week ago, has been successfully raised by Mr. A. E. Brown, of Freraantle. The undertaking was a very laborious and difficult one, and cost £120. ? ? * '?#???# .-'.-'? : '?; ' The Government Gazette lias pub lished anotice, prohibiting the cutting of sandalwood, 'where it is to be found in large qu...

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MARITIME RETRENCHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

MARITIME RETRENCHMENT. ; For some time past, on account of the falling off of freights, the 'at- tention of Australian steamship owners has been directed to the necessity for .retrenchment. As the result of care- ' 'ul consideration. Messrs.. M'll wraith' 'McEacharn an Co.. yesterday an nounced, at the 'Maritime Labor : Bureau, that they .'had;. prepared for ships' crews the following reduced :'rates,j?por month-: — Seam on, £5 ; fire imen, £7 jtrimmers,: £?- ; cooks, £8 ';' stewar.ls, £8. 'They also gave it to be understood' that if. they were un able to get crews there or'; in. Ne\V South Wales, they would have to lay up their vessels. : : . .-;/' .

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THE GOVERNMENT SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

THE GOVERNMENT SERVICE. The Cabinet have decided, in view of the vigorons retrenchment which, has been carried on in all the Gov ernment departments, to exempt persona in the Government service receiving £100, or less, per annum, from the proposed reduction of 2j per cent, in their salaries.

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Latest Telegrams. VICTORIA. A SHOCKTNG ACCIDENT. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

Latest Telegrams. [From a Correspondent,] VICTORIA. ; . ? « ? ? ? ? A SHOCKING ACCIDENT. MKi,i3orE*i-], Monday. : A shocking accident happened. afc the tramway engine House; at the. corner of Nicholson and Gertrndo streets, Fitzroy, on Saturday morn ing, -which resulted in the. death of an employee of the Tramway Com- . pany, named George Davidson. He was engaged in cleaning the cable on the revolving winding wheel, when he fell into the pit, and was crushed by the machinery.

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MATCH AGAINST YORKSHIRE. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

MATCH AGAINST TORKS HIRE. London, Tuesday. The Australians commenced a match against Yorkshire yesterday. The Australians stayed at the wick ets all day, and when the stumps were drawn- had- lost, five wickets. f o ? 336. Geo. Giffen, 171 ; Graham -nr»t out), 62 : Bruce, 4.1 ? Banncrrnan, 24.

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THE CHICAGO EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

THE CHICAGO EXHIBITION. .; It .has. been proposed that the Chi - eago- Exhibition should not close at tlie end ot October, as originally pro posed, but should remain open during theVwinter months... : -y

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AUSTRALIAN HARES AND RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

AUSTRALIAN HARE6 AND RABBITS. Lord, Carrington, the Lord Mayor of London { Alderman Knill), and the : Speaker of the House of Com mons (Mr. Arthur Peel), have receiv ed complimentary presents, of cases' of Australian hares and- rabbits.-

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THE HON. GEORGE SHENTON KNIGHTED. PERTH, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

THE HON. GEORGE SHENTON KNIGHTED.. [By Telegraph.] ; (From Our CoRRESPbNDEvr.) ' Perth, Saturday. A cable has been received by his Excellency the Governor (Sir W. C. F. Robinson, K.C.M.G.) that the Hon. George Shenton, President of the Legislative Council, has received the honor of Knight Bachelor. When the news was spread around, large numbers of Sir George's friends waited on him to congratulate him. All through the city people are ex pressing their approval of the honor. Perth, Tuesday .? The City Council last night offici ally Congratulated Sir Gco. Shenton.

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THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

THE EUROPEAN ^SITUATION. ..'. Count Ealnoky, :. the- Austri.au Minister 'for Foreign ' Affairs, made an important speech'.'-.- before' the Austi o-Hungariaii ; .Delegations yes terday. He .said- that. .the., re lations of Austria-Hungaiy with Germany and Italy were as friendly as ever, and her good relations with Russia had been still further strengthened. As a consequence it was likely that there would be a cessation of the military tension in Europe.

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BRANDING OF AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893

BRANDING OF AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE'. Professor James Long, the dairying expert, has given evidence before a Special Committee of the House of Lords, appointed at the instance of I ord Onslow, to consider the question of branding colonial produce brought into the United Kingdom. He sug gested that the home grown meat should be branded in preference to the colonial ; also that special sign boards should be placed; -over shops, w here i mported :. m eat was sol d. He advocated that foreign butter intend ed for expprfc;; should \ be, -packed'. .iii special boxes,'-' 'as is done with. tlie Victorian butter. , He ; favored the branding of imported :cheesL\s.i on the; lines of the American State brands.

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