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COOLGARDIE NEWS. ANOTHER NEW RUSH. SOUTHERN CROSS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893

COOLGARDIE NEWS. ANOTHER NEW RUSH. [By Telegraph.] CFrom Our Correspondent.) Southern Cross, Tuesday. A new ruse to a place about forty ; miles north of the old find is reported ; but no. authentic information is to hand yet. '

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
GRAHAM'S BILL ABANDONED. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893

GRAHAM'S BILL ABANDONED. Graham has abandoned the bill permitting trustees to invest in Colo nial stocks.'

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE BRITISH TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893

THE BRITISH TRADE. The British trade is rapidly ex panding. There is an increase of im ports during May of nearly £2,000,000 and in exports of £4,000,000.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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A NEW AMBASSADOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893

A NEW AMBASSADOR. Count Montebello, now represent ing France at the court of St. Peters burg, has been appointed to succeed M. Waddington in London.

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DAETH OF ARCHBISHOP REYNOLDS. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893

DAETH OF ARCHBISHOP REYNOLDS. Adelaide, Tuesday. Archbishop Reynolds died yester day.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. IMPROVEMENT IN CROPS. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. — ? v IMPROVEMENT IN CROPS. Adelaide, Saturday. The agricultural statistics, pub lished this morning, show a con siderable increase all round. Wheat has increased 819 acres; bailey, 393; maize, .11; other cereals, 54 ; potatoes, 3; hay, 6589 ; vines, 214 ; barley, decreased 73 acres. Total increase, 15,395 acres.

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VICTORIA. TWO DARING ROBBERIES. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893

VICTORIA. ? $ ? TWO DARING ROBBERIES. Melbourne, Monday. Two very daring robberies are re ported last night. One of the pre mises entered was a wine and spirits store, from which £200 worth of goods were stolen. The other place entered was a bonded store, which was relieved of thirty boxes of tobacco.

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THE GOVERNMENT DEFEATED ADELAIDE, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893

THE GOVERNMENT DEFEATED Adelaide, This Day. Great surprise is expressed at the vote of the Asssembly having resulted in the defeat of the Downer Govern ment by 2. Mr. Holder moved the motion, and if the Ministry resign he will be sent for to form a new. Ministry,

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893

WEDNESDAY, JUNE. -13.' . Hands i'. Lovegrove. Claim for £9 value of a. stable removed from pre mises owr.ei1 by plaintiff and rented by the brother of the defendant — Mr. Ch as. Lovegrove. Only one witness was called — Mr. Chas, Lovegrove. After half-an-hour's consideration, the Court gave judgment for plaintiff thejfull amount .with costs. Mr. Stanley appeared for plaintiff. Notice of appeal was given.

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Local Courts. BUNBURY. (Before W. H. Timperley, Esq., R.M., and R. H. Rose, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893

?'?./Local Courts. ? ^~ — ? BUNBURY. (Before W, H. Timperley, Esq., R.M., and R. H. Rose, Esq., J.P.) J. Dixon v. W. Lovegrove. £19 4s'4d paid into court. Spencer and Son v. W. J . Dawson, £5 18s.. : Settled out of court. Thos. Hay ward and Son v. Thomas, £20 3s. 8d. Settled out of court. Crampton v. Crampton. Delaney v. McNeill. Flood v. Wimbridge. These three case cases were adiourned till July 11th. Hands v. T. H. Lovegrove. Case adjourned to 14th prox., Dr. Love grove being absent. Dixon v. Blbxidge. £1 paid into court. R. Scott v. Byfield and Riseley. No appearance of the defendants. Mr. Stanley for plaintiff. R, Scott, sworn, said- — he claimed the sum of £4 from the defendants for rent of paddock, situated at Boyanup.' He received the first two months', rent leaving two months still due. The arrangements for rent ing the paddock and stable to the defendants were made for him by Mr. Richmond, storekeeper, of Boyanup. Mr. Richmond, sworn, said — I re ceived two months' rent fro...

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The Small-pox. TWO CASES IN ADELAIDE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ADELAIDE, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893

.The Small-pox. TWO CASES IN ADELAIDE. '? (by electric telegraph.) (From our- own Correspondent,) Adelaide, This JJay. The ship Wooloomooloo arrived here from London, with two cases of small -pox on board. The vessel was promptly quarantined. Great alarm exists in the city, iu consequence of the repeated out breaks, this being the third.

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VASSE. (Before R. Gale, Esq., R.M., Messrs. J. Cookworthy and Gr. Layman, J's.P.). [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893

VASSE. (From Our Correspondent.) (Before R. Gale, Esq., R.M., Messrr. J. Cookworthy and G. Lay man, J's.P.) .. The following cases were disposed of at the Local Court, on Thursday, last. T. E. Higgins' v. Govan. Claim, £39 lls. 6d. ; iudeement f or £37 lls. 6d. and costs. C. Davies v. John Coverley. Claim, £52 7s. Judgement for plaintiff. . ? C. Davies v. John Smith. Claim, £5 4s 3d. Judgement for plaintiff. W. and J. Bovell v. Joseph Payne. Goods sold'; claim,.£2 9s 2d. Judge ment for plaintiff. W. an d\l. Bovell r. Charles Hut chins. Goods sold ; claim, £2. Judge ment for plaintiff, with costs. John Bovell was fined £1, with costs, for using threatening and abusive language towards Mr. Frank Reed.

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THE HARRISON MURDER. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893

THE HARRISON MURDER. Sydnev, Monday. The man Archer has been found guilty of the girl Emma Harrison, and sentenced to death.

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Latest Telegrams. NEW SOUTH WALES. THE IMPENDING MARITIME STRIKE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893

Latest Telegrams. — $ — ? (From Our'Own^Correspondent.) NEW SOUTH WALES. ? r—fy ? ? THE IMPENDING MARITIME STRIKE. Svtdney, Friday. The ship-owners generally are awaiting the result of Messrs. Mcll wraith, McEacharn and C.o's experi ment in reducing seamen's wages, be fore joining the movement. It is doubtful, at present,, which way the issue will go.

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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 June 1893

Topics of the Week. As M-ill be seen by the balance sheet in our advertising . columns, the amount cleared for Connor's benefit: is £50. The amount was £1.9 15s 6d., but Mrs* Venn, who saw the balance-sheet, purchased 2 tickets to make up the amount to £50. ? - - ? ? -ff- -it- ? ? ? , Michael Connor, for whose benefit the concert and ball was got up last week, is still In the hospital, but hopes to bo able to Wave in a short time. . His arm under the slcilful treatment of Dr. Lovegrove. has healed up, and the injury to his ankle is fast improving. -. v'v, '??? '.'? ' * * « Mr. 'Wm. Forrest, senr, returned by train on Friday from Perth, where lie was on a short visit to his son the Pre mier (Sir John Forrest.) The old|gentle man seemed highly pleased with the great building improvements in the Me tropolis since his last visit, 12 years ago. ?.??_.,.. * * Mussou's Sydney Coffee Palace Hotel was offered for sale under the Bank ruptcy Act on 'Wednesday last, but was withdrawn, as the' p...

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The Latest Cables. THE PANAMA TRIALS. THE CONVICTIONS ANNULLED LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 June 1893

tlie Latent. OaMes% ? *y -t ^.- ...- . (From our o^s7n Correspondent.) THE. PANAMA, TRIALS. ;; THE.CONVICT-IpNS ANNULLEl^ . r . . ,-, -; . ?_;' ,..:'., ,~ London, Friday. '? . ~ The French' Court of Appeal has. annulled the ' : convictions in ,th|e.: Panama trials, with the result that M. M. Lesseps, Fdritain, and Eiffel-! have been released. from prison. The reason .given by tho court is, that the offence was committed top long prior to .the trial. . .,...,,. '

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Greenbushes. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 June 1893

?'Greenbiislies. ? (From Our Correspondent.) Monday. I regret to have to record the death of Mr. Hart; who departed this life on Thursday!: morning last. The funeral took place on Friday, and a good many relations and friends from here paid their last tribute of respect by following the Jdeceas'e'd's remains to the Bridgetown cemetery. The funeral arrangements were carried nnf. Rn.tisfn,f.torilv bv Messrs. J. and H. Gibbs, of .Bunbury. Deceased (as will be known generally in. the Southern districts), held positions, of trust under the old W. A. Timber Co., and afterwards under Mr. M. C. Davis, of the Augusta Mills. He came to the Blackwood for the benefit of his health about the 'time the ? tinfields were discovered, and he joined Messrs. Sinclair and Caporn in taking up Ifin.sps in Snrinff Gully that have proved very profitable since. The deceased was a thoroughly honest and reliable man. The Rev. A. Buchanan held his monthly service in the Assembly room last Sunday.. Although the ...

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CONVICTED OF PASSING VALUELESS CHEQUES. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 June 1893

CONVICTED OF PASSING ;. : .VALUELESS CHEQUE^, . ; [By Telegraph.] /' ' :./i; (From Our Own Correspondent). ?; ;':'- ?'??';' '; ' Perth, This Day; Mr. C. J. McMahon, surveyor, who received benefits from the First Offenders' Act last week by being let off on a charge of issuing valueless cheque3, again ap peared yesterday under a similar offence. Mr. Traylen- J.P., presided on the bench, and sentenced the prisoner to six months' imprisonment. :

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MATCH AGAINST PLAYERS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 June 1893

MATCH AGAINST PLAYERS. : ' ' London,- Tuesday. '; T.ha Australians commenced, a match' against Players 'at Lords on Monday. The Australians' first in nings closed for 189 ; the Home' team made 89 in their first innings. ;- ???? -; .-'.:.. . .London, Later. !.'.'.'- The Players, in their ??seGorid'-- in- nings, were all out for 173, leaving the Australians 74 to make to win. .

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MATCH AGAINST THE SOUTH OF ENGLAND. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 June 1893

MATCH AGAINST THE SOUTH1 OF ENGLAND.,.. \ .. ; London, Friday. The Australians commenced their twelfth match against a ..South of England team. The Home team took i the wickets first and made 305 before being disposed of. At the close of the, day's play the Australians, had se cured 41 runs for 3 wickets. : ' . . London, Saturday. The South of England match has ended in a decisive victory for the Hone| team.- The Australians' in nings closed respectively for 142 arid 169. The Englishmen made th?e:re maining 6 without the loss of a- wick- et, thus winning by 10 wickets.

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