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THE COLONIAL TROOPS IN ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893
THE COLONIAL TROOPS IN ENGLAND The Victorian and New South Wales troop's were present to-day at the ceremony of trooping the colors on the Horse Guards' parade-ground, in honor of the Queen's Birthday. The New South Wales cavalry wore their full dress uniform for the first time. They were much admired, and were congratulated on their ap pearance by several members of the Royal Family.
AUSTRALIAN FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893
?$ 'AUSTIlA'LlAN;:FjiuiT.:: '' 'The shipment of Victorian fruit, for t h e ^Vi ctpri aii . Cou r t . at t h e Imperial Institute, has been, examined b}' ex perts. ;:.Opportunity'!was taken of the shipment to test- the best methods of packing. The first prize for jiacking has been awarded to fruit from Tnmic Valley orchard, Packenham. The use of paper shavings for packing pur poses was condemned by the experts. Most of the fruit had been packed when it was.; too ripe. ; Only the Stunner pippins ari-ived in really good ..condition. ;.. The pears were rotten.. ; '?'.'..' ' X.:: The shipment of fruit, from South Australia by the R;M.S. Orient, for the Imperial Institnte, has an/ived. The pears are in good condition, but a portion of the apples ai'e.uselesp, having l.-een badly packed and graded.
THE FROZEN MEAT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 June 1893
THE FROZEN MEAT TRADE. Many of the frozen sheep carcases fromNew Zealand by the's.s. Otarania are spotted. The frozen meat from New Zealand by the s.s. Timaru has arrived in good condition. All the mutton from Victoria is .of irregular quality, and is illegibly marked. Wether carcases are mixed with ewe carcases, the mutton is roughly dressed, is ungraded, and is wrapped in inferior cloths. . .
IMPORTATION OF FARM PRODUCE. NORTHAM, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893
IMPORTATION OF FARM PRODUCE. : [Br Telegraph.]' (From our own. Correspondent.) Northaji, Saturday. A large and influential meeting of farmers was held yesterdav, when resolutions Avere passed instructing the Tariff Commission to use every endeavour to check the importation of farm produce into this colony. The hope was expressed that all the Agricultural Societies in the co lony would tak-: up the same grounds.
CAMBRIDGE v. AUSTRALIA. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893
CAMBRIDGE v. AUSTRALIA; ? - Lonoon, June 9. ; The above match was commenced at. Cambridge yestei'day, on a' very' fair wicket. . ' '? ' : /, ? - The home, team,, winning.the toss, decided to bat first, and remain ed: at the wickets the .best 'part of the 'day ranking a total of 290. Turner and' Trumble. were the most -successful' The ' ?Australia-ns^'*tlfen'co'mmeuced their first innings, a'iid: at thcPclose of the day's play, had lost no wickets for :47: runs; :;.Ly6ns; (not out) 27. : ?;::;;.' London, June 10, 5 a.m. The Cambridge match was resumed yesterday, .and was marked by the wretched display of batting by the Australians, who were all disposedof for 196.. . ? :;v : :v. . . .London, June 12. The match with Cambridge was continued on Saturday. The Aus tralians : continued at the wickets,, and showed a decided improvement in their batting, making a total of 319. Giffen again distinguished him self, making the splendid score of 139. Lyons, with 81, was the next principal Rcorer...
AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. THE YORKSHIRE MATCH. LONDON, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893
A USTRALIAN ELEVEN IN] ENGLAND. THE YORKSHIRE MATCH. FBt Cable/1 [From Our Correspondent.] Loxdox, June 7. The match between the Australian Eleven and Yorkshire was concluded to-day, and resulted in a draw, greatly in favor of the Australians. The Australians, in their first in ning, compiled a total of 470, Giffen, Graham, Trumble, and M'Leod, being the principal scorers. The Yorkshire were all disposed of for 220 in their first innings, and in their second, had lost 6 wickets f i r 196, when stumps were drawn for the. day. The principal scorers were: Moorehou.se (not out) 57; Wainwright :62tandUIyett;.41. ' - ;
Greenbushes. GREENBUSHES, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893
;: : Greenbuslies.-. (From' Our CbiiKEsi'OX»BNT.) ? GltEENBUsiiES, Monday. After a fortnight's spell of .fine weather, we wtWblessed last Thurs day afternoon, with a very .heavy, shower of rain, about three quarters of an inch falling in an hour. A few light showers have fallen since, but it has again set in clear and cold. The miners are all prepared _ for washing, and as soon as sufficient water is obtainable, they will com mence operations. Another sure sign that we are progressing well, is the fact that about 12 new puddling machines have been erected on the tin field. I have been shown some splendid samples of wash dirt from a claim lately found by Messrs. Kramer and Meyerhoff, on! Perreu's old lease. The sample will wash 5 or 6 pounds to the dish, but taken from|the heap it will average about a pound, with about eighteen inches of a face, and five feet stripping. A concert and dance was held here on the 1st June last, in aid of the funds of the Assembly Room. The concert was o...
Vasse. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893
¥asse. ? - - [From our Corkrspon'dbnt.:] '? _. : Vasse, Saturday. It- appears that we are to have the two situations — Resident Magistrate and Medical Officer — filled by the one person. There can be no ques tion about the matter, that it is a great mistake to make the two ap pointments in one; more especial ly in a place like the Vasse, where a great many ships are likely to visit, if the timber stations go ahead. It is gene rally expected that the timber trade will brighten up pretty considerably before long, and there is no knowing when a case may crop up that ma}' require very careful handling by a person well versed in thetechnicalities of law and law procedure, and as I have before stated, it does not follow that because a man is a good doctor he is a good lawyer ; in fact, the re verse is often the case. Again, the gentleman appointed is a young man; not more than 28 yeai\s of age. If this is so, it can only be inferred that he has little or no experience in legal matters. On...
THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893
'THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE U, 18.93. The^ Daily News is at present publishing a series of interesting articles :on the prospects of the South- Western Railway in its re lation to the extension *of land set tlomont. The. .treatment of the subject is based upon the evidence taken before the Agricultural Com mission, and' is confined exclusively to .the agricultural aspect- of the subject. From the evidence taken at the sitting of the Commission in Bunbury, in fact throughout the entire districts traversod by the line, and onwards to the Vasse and Bridgetown, there was a concensus of opinion expressed . that cheap, rapid, and regular transit, or.in the language of :.ttie. .witnesses— facili' tit's for the conveyance of produce Lo market was all that was required to give a big impetus to agriculture and its kindred industries. Many of our most .prominent and oldest established residents in farming, dairying, gardening, fruit growing, and pig rearing were in evidence, and the u...
MINING REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893
MINING REPORTS. Mr. Davis, Warden of the Pilbarra goldfields reports ' that some 30 men are working at the Croydon and doing fairly well. Upwards of 40 meiiare at the Nullagine camp work ing the old ground, and prospecting for new, but no new finds have been made; provisions are fairly plentiful and cheap. At Bamboo Creek there r.re about 100 men working the reefs. The place seems fairly prosperous. Since Byass's battery started a good deal of stone has been put through, and some of the results have been splendid. In one instance 48 tons went over 9ozs. to the ton. Another large parcel gave 6ozs. to the ton ; and the lowest return was over loz. to the ton. Labor is scarce, but good miners can always get work. The wape.s ruling are. £4 per week under ground, and £3 10s. on the surface.' At the Shaw tinfields only 4 par ties of .about 30 men are working. Since the rains early in the year water for sluicing has been fairly plentiful, but it is getting rather scarce now. Another find of...
TEE BENEFIT CONCERT TO MICHAEL CONNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893
THE BENEFIT CONCERT TO MICHAEL CONNOR. The long talked of concert and ball in aid of the man, Michael Connor, came off ;on, on Wednesday night last. Never before has a more deserving case pi'esented itself to thecharitably inclined public for fiRsiptance and re lief. An accident of this nature to a man dependent solely -on the labor of his hands for bis own and his mother's support, -which, besides incapacitating ?him from -work while under the doc tor's care, maims him in such a man ner as to debar him from following his ordinary avocation for the rest of his life, is surely deserving of all the sympathy and assistance in our power Connor, who at thetime of the acci dent was employed as a ganger on tlie line, was a general favorite, and if is not a matter for wonder that when bis mates heard- that, he had lost his hand they shonld be' so unanimous in their desire to assist him. .'Nor was on it 011 the line alone that Connor had sympathisers. When the news of. his ''misfortune- * sp...
(To the Editor of the Bunhury Herald) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893
(To the Editor of the Bunbury1 Herald) feiR. — it was Avith pleasure that I read your leading article, on the successful celebration of the Bunbury Catholic Institute's social, held re cently; but in that article you state that ' to the Rev. Father Brady and Mr. Guilfoyle, the Catholic com munity are indebted for having es tablished such a useful institution in the town.' I wish to inform you that these gentlemen were not the founders of the society, as I was the mover in the matter, and had the arrangements well in hand before Mr. (juilfo3'le's advent to the dis trict. I niay state that Mr. Guil foyle rendered valuable assistance to the Society : since its inauguration, having had previous experience in a similar society in Perth ;. but the Rev. Father Matheau and myself can lay claim to having established the so ciety in this town. At ? first, we tried to start a branch of the H.A.C.B.S,, but could, .not-,- at that time, induce a sufficient number to join the 'above, so we decided...
Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Bunbury Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893
Corre-sp ondence. ? — ^ — (To the Editor of tJie Bunhnry Herald.) IJRAR' dir. — Allow me to acknow ledge, with thanks, the receipt of the following articles, for the use of the patients in the Buubury Hospital : — Mrs. Turner — Feeding Cup. The Associates and Members of Minister ing Childrcns' League — Dressing G-own and Sitting up Gown, Mrs. W. B. Mitchell— Feather Pillow. Yours Truly, Dr. T. H. Lovegkove. [To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) Sir. — I neither like to see a cor respondent continually grumbling, nor to have at any time to do so my self ; but it is certainly not without cause that I do so in the present in stance. The Bunbury end of the Bunbury- Vasse road has been so fre quently written about that it ought to have become hard long ere this ; but unfortunately, this is not the case. Some time back tenders were called and accepted for gravelling portions of the road between Mr. W. Roberts' and ' Stratham Farm,' and the work is now going on ; but to my surprise I find...