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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 June 1893
F Shipping. --__TW A D ELAIDE (Under Contract with the West Austra lian Government for the Con veyance of Mails) Will despatch their Splendid Steamships as under : — To Bunbury Roads, Vasse Roads, and Quindalup (from Premantle). ROB ROY, June 27, at 4.30 p.m. No cargo receired after 2 p.m. on day of sailing. To Dongarra and Geraldton (from Premantle). ROB ROY, June 20, at 4.30 p.m. No cargo can bo received after 2 p.m on day of sailing. To Geraldton. Sharks Bay, Carnarvon BoadB, Ashburton Roads, Pearling Grounds, Roebuck Bay, transhipping at Roebuck Bay to s.s. Rob Roy for Derby, Wyndham, and Port Darwin ALBANY, July 11, at 5 p.m. Prom Melbourne and Adelaide, with transhipments from Sydney. t-ttt t \ dd t f Leave Melb. June 20. I Leave Ado. June 24. ROBT. FOEREST, Local Agent. -l\ TJ U D D A R T ^«BBalii§S32gfca»AND CO.'S LINE. CARGO AND PASSENGER ? SERVICES. From Melbourne and Adelaide. T tatt-it'C! f Melbourne, June 9. LlxNDLS (Adelaide;June u. For Geraldton pier (from Fremantle)....
Dardanup. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 June 1893
?Dardanup. ? vr~ (From odr own Correspondent,) Monday. I must really apologise for my long silence. Want of anything in teresting to communicate has pre vented me from writing to you hitherto. The contractor for the goods-shed, at Dardanup, is progressing rapidly with the work of its erection. When the building is finished it will be capable of holding a few small parcels and affording shelter to intending passengers while waiting for the train ; but it will be too small for any further use. The platform, however, which is placed alongside the main line, will be of great service, and will facilitate the loading of trucks, which has always before been an awkward business. A second entrance to the Station Yard from the Blackwood road is also being made. The farmers of Dardanup are at present busily engaged with the ploughing, and already a pretty large area of land has been sown. The copious rains which we have occasion ally experienced during the past cou ple of months have this seas...
THE TIN DEPOSITS OF GREENBUSHES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 June 1893
TEE TIN DEPOSITS OF GREEN BUSHES. ? » ? r To the Editob of The Hebald. Sir. — I should like to publish through your paper, some of the ex periences which I have gained since July, 1888, when I discovered the .first tin field in 'W.A. In the first '? plaoe, I might say that the mineral area is far larger than is necessary to .cover all the alluvial tin deposits of 'this field, simply because the tan lias not been carried any distance away from its parent rock. This granite can be seen at a point a little west. of the cottage built by the Bunbury Tin Mine Company ; from this it runs two points west of north (magnetic north) through the fields to a place' known as the new find — Austin and Williams' old lease — and from this place it gradually dips away under other granite. This tin-bearing granite is the largest and most tin ? producing rock of any in this field, and I might here state that the wearing down of this rock has dis tributed the stream of tin. It varies in thickness ; in s...
LIBELLING A LADY AT THE VASSE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 June 1893
LIBELLING A LADY AT THE IASSE. To the Editoe of The Herald. Sir. — I notice in your issue of the 14th inst., an amusing incident con cerning a certain flask of whiskey, in yourVasse correspondence. Now, Mr. Editor, being at one time the happy possessor of the said flask and its contents, I trust you will allow me a small space to amend a few items in the aforementioned corres pondence. On the night in question, being informed of the annexation of my ' materials,' and after a reason able time had elapsed for the replace ment of the same, I proceeded to question the lady, who was seen to take it. This she indignantly denied, though subsequently, when com pelled to, she admitted it. Of course this ended the affair as far as I was concerned, but the flask was never returned, and as a consequence, I had to suffer a little inconvenience, being in indifferent heath and using the whiskey purely as a medicinal stimulant. This version is somewhat different to that of your no doubt well-meanin...
Small-pox. ANOTHER CASE IN ADELAIDE. A WEST AUSTRALIAN PASSENGER. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 June 1893
Sinall-pox. ? ^ ? ANOTHER CASE IN ADELAIDE. A WEST AUSTRALIAN PAS SENGER. [By. Telegraph.] (From Our Correspondent.) Perth, This Day. News reached Perth yesterday to the effect that a passenger per s.s. Eddystone from Fremantle on arrival at Adelaide has developed small-pox. The Perth health officer states that the case is most peculiar as the pa tient in question had recovered from the disease four weeks, and was con valescent when he boarded the Eddy stone. Some days after landing in Adelaide he developed the eruption again, the feet and hands becoming affected and skin peeling off. The patient's name is Connacher, he has been strictly quarantined in Adelaide, The vessel was also ordered into quarantine.
TEE PROPOSED DIVERGENCE IN THE VASSE RAILWAY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 June 1893
THE PROPOSED DIVERGENCE IN THE VASSE BAILWAY. ? a. To the Editor of The Hebald Sir, — I see by your last issne that it is contemplated by a few of the Bunbury gentlemen to have the di vergence in the Bunbury- Vasse rail way nearer Bunbury, and setting forth that by so doing it will open up some of the finest agricultural land in the country—- viz., the Capel, and also open up the fine forest of Tuart. Now I call this all rot, be cause there is no land from Bunbury on either side of what is known aa Dobson's line for 10 miles that ,will grow corn of any sort that I. am ac quainted with to put in. it, being poor sand, chiefly hilly ; and as regards ? the Tuart, all the best has been cut to within .two miles of the Capel. Mr. Rich is one of the farmers on these magnificent flats — ask him what he has produced in the shape of corn that he could load a train with. ... Mr Ramsay has a good farm, but he goes in for cattle, which pays best, and all excess of produce that he wishes to send a...
A SOCIAL AT THE TINFIELDS. GREENBUSHES, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 June 1893
A SOCIAL AT THE TINFIELDS. [From Our Correspondent.] - . Greexbushjss, . Mqndayv On Monday night a Social was'li eld in the Assembly room in connection with the Blue-Ribbon Army. . The meeting opened with a hymn and a prayer by Rev.- Buchanan, who then addressed a few words to those present in glowing terms of tho busy scenes that met his eye on every side at Greenbushes. The pro gramme was creditably carried out as follows: Mr. McCulloch, song, ' Little Annie Rooney ' ; Mr. Yates, accordeon selection ; Mr. W. Moore, reading, ' A Drunkard's Child ' ; the audience, song, ' Oh! My comrades' ; Mr. Jas. White, recitation, ':The Collier's Boy ' ; Mr. S. White, song, ' The Little Hero ' ;Mr. McCulloch, song ; Mr. Moore, song ; Mr. Buch anan, reading, ' The Knowledgeable ness of Horses'; Mr. McCulloch, song, 'The Old Rustic Bridge'; Master Geo. Elliot, song, 'When shall We meet Again.' Mr. Jas. White recited 'The Englishman, Irishman,/ and Scotchman,' amidst roars of laughter. A recitation...
ARCHBISHOP REYNOLDS' SUCCESSOR. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 June 1893
ARCHBISHOP REYNOLDS' y SUCCESSOR. '?''?' [by electric telegraph.].1 [From Our Correspondent.] Pertit, This -Day. A statement has been published that Bishop Gibney will be offered the position, rendered vacant by the death of Archbishop Reynolds. It is uncertain whether -he will accept or refuse the offer. , . ^ Bishop Gibney leaves for Adelaide next week, to assist in the election to fill the vacant position.
THE GERMAN ELECTIONS. SOCIALIST VICTORIES. BERLIN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 June 1893
THE GERMAN ELECTIONS, i socialist' victories!. ; ; . ' Berun, Friday. The elections for the German Reichstag have commenced. '. . .... So. far. the Socialists, have scored heavily by their opposition' to -the Army Bill. ?' ? . :: '.??','.'' The Socialist leaders, Sniger. and Liebknecht have been 'returned for 'Berlin by overwhelming-majorities; They received, ; -20,000 -more' votes than at the last elections.' ' ; Three Socialists have been returned for. Hamburg. ,.......,,.,„? : Berlin, Monday. - The majority of ;votes polled -are against the Army Bill, but it. is be lieved that the Govermnerit will have a majority in the Reichstag. . ?
THE FRENCH TROOPS IN SIAM [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 June 1893
THE FRENCH DROOPS; IN ; SI AM A French escort, whilst conducting a captured Siamese Mandarin' across Mekong, has been* massacred by j the Siamese, at the Mandarin's -instance. In consequence of the demands of the .French press; ; for ?immediate re23aration, the authorities have des patched a squadiori; to the -seat of affairs.