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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 October 1892

Business Advertisements. BUILDER And PMNSEP ST., BUNBURY. Henry Pxckabxv All kinds of Furnace Work, Bakers' Ovens. Cooking Ranges, Steam Boilers, &e. -TWENTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE IX ENGLAND & THE COLONIES. girN.B.— General Repairs to Property. SIOA IT'S /PARTING AND Qaeeying Business. THE UNDERSIGNED Bogs to tliant his numerous customers and the general public for their loug-continued support, and to intimate that he- has disposed of his business to Messrs. G. IIATWAED & T-. SINCLAIE 'Whom, he trusts, will receive a continu ance of the favors so liberally accorded himself. JAMES SLOAN. G.' HAYWARD & P. SINCLAIR, ?GENERAL CARTERS AND CARRIERS, Beg respectfully to inform the Public that they have taken over the above business, and trust by DILIGENCE, ATTENTION, AND MODERATE CHARGES To reeeivo a continuance of that support eo liberally accorded their predecessor. G. HAYWARD AND D. SINCLAIR, X OOK HERE ! X OOK HEEE I TAILORING, TAILORING, TAILORING, ? at MAR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 October 1892

'- / Government Eailway3. ,* J _— ? . ? 4 f^\ OVERNMENT BAILWAYS OP ; 1 XX WESTERN AUSTRALIA. ' \ Cheap Excursion Bookings. 1 1 COMMENCING ON 4/Tuesday, October lltb, and Satur f day, October 14th, and subsequent J Tuesdays and Saturdays until / December 3rd. *1 Cheap Return Tickets will be issued j to Picton, Siiowgeouxd, Dardaxup, I and Boyaxup as .below : J 1 Ground. danuP' anuP' ' I 'Rnnhnrv 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd | ?Bunbtu7- i/. ./6 2/- 1/- 2/6 1/0 / Tickets available on day of issue and { by ordinary trains only. ? i» Tickets are not transferable. I Passengers will be allowed of ordinary i *~\ luggage, 1st Class, 84Ibs ; 2nd \ \ Class, o6Djs, + \ The departure of trains will be delay - | ed or otherwise under special cir - I cumstances at the discretion of the * Commissioner, who will not be re -~*\ sponsible for any loss to passengers \ arising therefi'om. ., Silxcui'sion. passengei'S will be subject ^^ill to Railway By-Laws. ' if By order of Commissioner, '- u \ JOHN DAVIES...

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 October 1892

THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1892. Although our knowledge of tlie policy of tlie Government was little advanced by the speech of Sir John Forrest totes constituents, it is pleasing to note what we did learn, of the eminently satisfactory pn-nrHtion of the finances of the colony. Sir John's statistics were highly encouraging, and fully en dorsed the wisdom and foresight of the initial policy of the first Ministry under the new Constitu tion. In view of the universal de pression, for some time existing throughout the Australian colonies, and the suspension of ^Australia's credit in the English money mar kets, we have exceptional cause for congratulation that our finances were never in a better condition, or the colony in a more solvent state. 'With an assurance that the esti mate of the general revenue will be fully realised, and with a balance on current account of £124,604 in the treasury chest, there appears ample justification for the belief that the securities of th...

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AFFAIRS IN IRELAND. THE EVICTED TENANTS ASSOCIATION. LONDON, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 October 1892

AFFAIRS IN IRELAND. THE EVICTED TENANTS ASSO CIATION. London, October 23. Dr. Croke, Archbishop of Casbel and Emly, has failed in his endeavors to reconcile the rival Irish parties. Mr. O'Brien denounces the Irisli Evicted tenants Association as a bo gus concern, formed simply to embar ass Morley.

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LAND CORPORATION OF W.A. LONDON, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 October 1892

LAND CORPORATION OF W.A. London, October 23. The Land Corporation of Western Australia has declared a dividend of 44 per cent.

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QUEENSLAND. SENTENCED FOR, PERJURY BRISBANE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 October 1892

?QUEENSLAND.-' SENTENCED FOR. PERJURY . Brisbane, Monday. Ex-Constable O'Brien has been sentenced to four years' imprisonment for perjury. '

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TASMANIA. THE GOVERNORSHIP. LAUNCESTON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 October 1892

' TASMANIA....' ? *' ? THE GOVERNORSHIP. ' LauncestoJnY Tuesday. The Government has informed the Colonial Office that if a military, of ficer were appointed .Governor of Tasmania it might lead to the colony becoming an important naval station.

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OPENING OF THE CHICAGO EXHIBITION. LONDON, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 October 1892

OPENING OF THE CHICAGO EXHIBITION. London, October 23. The Chicago .World's Fair was opened yesterday with tremendous enthusiasm. The dedication cere mony was witnessed by 1.00,000 per sons. Fifteen thousand troops took part in the celebrations. An oration was delivered by Senator Chauncey Depew, who referred to the fact that Australia was exhibiting. Congratu latory telegrams were received from the Emperor of Germany and other Sovereigns.

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LATEST CABLES. EVACUATION OF UGANDA. LONDON, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 October 1892

LATESTCABLES. [from our correspondent.] EVACUATION OF UGANDA. ? London, October 23. Lord Itoseberry received a deputa tion from the Anti-Slavery Society, with reference to the evacuation of Uganda. In reply, Lord Roseberry said that Great Britain /would not break the continuity of her policy with regard to slavery. He considered Uganda the key to Central Africa, and was personally averse to the evacuation by Great Britain.

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THE ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN BANK. MELBOURNE, Monday, [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 October 1892

THE ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN BANK. Melbourne, Monday, The Crown Law Department has instituted enquiries into the circum stances of the suspension of the Anglo Australian Bank, with a view to the criminal prosecution of the Directors.

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VICTORIA. THE COMMERCIAL BANK. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 October 1892

'victoria. THE COMMERCIAL BANK. Melbourne, Monday. The liquidators of the Mercantile Bank have declared a first dividend of 7s. 6d. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 October 1892

Business Advertisements. To Builders and Contractors. JAEVIS AND CASTLE, BUNBURY, BRICK & TILE MANUFACTURERS, Are now open to receive orders for OSTS KXnglX&SD SSOTTSASTD TO OMS ZSXLLXGN © r 3,]a, ni e n t a i Well Bricks, - . fee, &c, &c, &e, JA3BYIS AND CASTLE, . B., U N B U R Y« JBunhury Agent— Mr. D. Sinclair. THE PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL, .'.Stephen Street, B 'U N B U R Y. ? EDWARD ' MAXTED Begs to state that his Stock of WINES, SPIRITS, ALSS ANB GIGAE.8 tavo been most carefully selected and are of the finest possible character Billiards & Bagatel 1 e. Steamers met at any hour to «iiit the convenience of Visitors on timely notice being given. Good Stalling Accommodation, TRAP AND SADDLE HORSES ALWAYS IN READINESS. WHEN YOU YISIT BUNBURY, TRY THE {The nearest Hotel to the Jetty.) FOB GOOD & .REASONABLE D. Flood, Proprietor 9 ' ' — — — g — —— ? _ ? W. E. C A T L E T I, WAT0HI11EE & JEWELLER, V I C T O R I A STREET, B U ...

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PUGILISM. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 October 1892

PUGILISM. Melbourne, Tuesday. ? Jem Hall has agreed to fight Fitz gibbons at Coney Island, New York, after April dext for a stake of 16,0.00 dollars (£3,200.) ' ~V ' : -

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BUNBURY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 October 1892

BUNBURY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. ? ? j4l ? The usual monthly meeting of the' above association was held on Mon day evening, the 17th inst., the Pre sident, D. A. Hay, Esq., occupying the Chair. The minutes of the pre vious meeting having been read and confirmed, Hie consideration of the Premier s. scheme for land settlement was de ferred to the next meeting, conse quent upon the absence of Mr. Thos._ ?Hay ward, who had given notice or motion on the subject. Mr. Poi't again brought under notice the excessive charges made by the railway authorities, and the absence of necessary facilities in connection with the shipping of timber at the' pier. He intimated that it was occa sioning the closing of Messrs. Honey and Co.'s mill eighteen months sooner1 than was intended, thus causing a los« ? to the district of £300 per month paid in wages. A long discussion ensued from which it appeared that represen tations had been made to the traffio' manager to remedy the evil, but no redjess could be ob...

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THE MELBOURNE CUP. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 October 1892

THE MELBOURNE CUP. Melbourne, Tuesday. The following horses remain in the Melbourne Cup after the final forfeit : — -Malvolio, The Admiral,. Oxide, Cor reze, Paris, Port-sea, Tiralleur, St. Albans II.,. G'Naroo, Sword-bearer, Bandoui-, E.K., Stornchaser, All There Polly, Clonard, Ermsne; . Glenloth, Pilot Boy, Johns, Forty Winks, Cle ments Tonic, Affiance, Chatham, Azim, Norbert, Son of Erin, Silver Knight, Mobar, Althodas, Little Ber nie, Theodore, Jericho, Malolo, Titan, Penzance, Canrmola, Deerswood, Ethelbert, Hopetoun, Attalas, Eorus,; Ronda and Cherry Girl.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 October 1892

Don't Forget Prof. Heller, At the Mechanics' Institute on Friday Night

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 October 1892

Notices. . . A.G. SMITH   ENGINE FITTER AND TINSMITH, Begs to inform the residents of Bunbury and the surrounding districts that he has commenced business in STEPHEN STREET, BUNBURY. (Opposite W. A. Atkins' store.) STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS, and all kinds of Machinery fitted up. PUMPS OF ALL KINDS Repaired and put in working order. A.G.S.thoroughlyunderstands all kinds of S E W I N G M A C H I N E'S, And guarantees to put them in perfect repair. LOCK AND GUN SMITH, A.G. S M I T H,   STEPHEN STREET, BUNBURY.   N O T I C E I, THE UNDERSIGNED, hereby   give notice that I have dissolved partner-   ship with Joseph Wilson, Tinsmith, of     Bunbury, and will not be responsible for     any debts contracted by him.   A. G. SMITH.   Bunbury, Oct. 13, 1892.   G. & E.C. SHENTON Have much pleasure in informing   the residen...

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EMBEZZLEMENT. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

-EMBEZZLEMENT.. Adelaide, Tuesday. Constable Wilson arrived at Ade laide with prisoner Wylde, arrested at Geraldton. Wylde is a solicitor, formerly practising at Sydney, where he will now be tried for em bezzlement.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A LARGE METEOR. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A LARGE METEOR. ; Adedaide, Tuesday, A large meteor, bursting with tre mendous report, passed over Adelaide on Sunday evening last, It Avas dis tinctly heard 80 miles distant. Con tinuous thunderstorms followed all Monday night.

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VICTORIA. THE MELBOURNE CUP. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

VICTORIA, THE MELBOURNE CUP. Melbourne, Tuesday. The Melbourne Cup was run today. The day was wet and unpleasant, and the course very heavy. Favorites nowhere. The following is the re sult : — Glenloth... ' ... ... 1 Ronda ... ... ... 2 Pennance ... ... 3 Time, 3min. 36|secs.

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