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M. HAY AND SON'S BANKRUPTCY. MEETING OF CREDITORS. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 June 1893
M. HAY AND SON'S BANK- RUPTCY. MEETING OF CREDITORS. [Br Electric Telegraph.] [From Our Correspondent.] Perth, This Day. A meeting of creditors in the &nbsp; estate of M. Hay and Son, storekeepers, Bunbury, was held on Monday after noon. The official receiver stated that the managing partner was David Hay, &nbsp; publicly examined that morning. &nbsp; The statement of affairs showed that £3290 was owing to creditors. who held securities to the estimated value of £6200, showing an apparent &nbsp; surplus of £1060, with a stock in trade estimated to produce £1000. The firm had been carrying on &nbsp; business for the last thirty years, and David Hay intimated that he would &nbsp; offer a composition. As to the report that David Hay was a gambler, he appeared to like a game of cards, but there was no neglect manifested in &nbsp; his business, nor loss of money from this cause. The debtor, David Hay, then offered his creditors a co...
THE VASSE RACE CLUB. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
TEE VASSE RAGE CLUB. [From our Own Correspondent.] Vasse, Saturday. The adjourned meeting of tho Vasse Race Club was held to-day, in the Busselton Workingmen's Asso ciation Rooms. There was a very fair attendance of members present. The minutes of the previous meet were read and confirmed. The following members were elected for the ensuing year. : Chairman, Mr. R. Gale ; Hon. Sec. Mr. John Bovell ; Committee, Messrs. H. Davies, M. Locke, A. Moore, F. Vines, C. Lay man, C. J. Hough and T. Thurkle ; Handicapper, Mr. W. B. Mitchell ; Judge, Mr. R. Gale ; Starter, Mr. J. Abbey; Clei'k of Course, Mr. A. Lay man ; Clerk of Scales, Mr. G. B. Milne. It was resolved that the next races be held the day after the next annual show, upon the Commonffige Race Course. ? Mr. Sylvester Brown is of opinion that the Coolgardie will become one of the finest reefing goldfields ever' discovered in Australia. This com ing from a gentleman of such au thority should carry great weight Mr. Browne estimates t...
THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1893. THE DEVIATION FIASCO. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
THE BUfSSBURY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1893. THE DEVIATION FIASCO. Both Bunbury and Vasse nave in the past been characterised as apathetic communities ; this op probious epithet however, can no longer be applied to us in view of the prompt, energetic, and practical action adopted bv these towns to protect the interest of these dis tricts from an attack that, how ever well intended, cannot but be regarded as perilous to our own in terests, and inimical to those of our neighbours in relation to the effort made to obtain a reconsideration of the subject of the question of the route of the Vasse Railway. A significant feature of the attempt to successfully organise an agita tion in favor of a deviation in the route of this line is the surprisingly sudden manner in which the sub ject was introduced to the public here. Until the announcement appeared, calling the meeting, no murmur of dissatisfaction had ever been heai'd in relation to the subject, and the effort so spon taneously evoke...
[REPLY.] To MR. CHAS. L. HASTIE, [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
[eeply.] To Me. Chas. L. Habtte, Sib,— I am directed by the Mayor to ac knowledge receipt of a requisition signed by yourself and others, requesting him to con vene a public meeting on Monday evening to consider the advisability of an alteration in the present surveyed route of the Bunbury Yasse railway, via Boyanup. I reply, I am desired to state that as the matter was initiated by the Bunbury Pro gress Association and discussed at a public meeting held on Monday last, he declines to convene a public meeting for the purpose, (By Order.) , GEO. E, TEEDE, Town Clerk. The Chairman : The meeting may be considered in-formal, but for that the Mayor only can be held respon sible, i have received a letter from Mr. Thos. Hayward, J.P., stating his inability to be present, through in disposition. The chairman then read the motions which tho mooting was called to gether to disciiHf, as follows : — 1. Tljattliis meeting, whilst recognising the necessity for tho construction of the proposed rai...
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
Topics of the Week. Edttcatiox Reform. — Uno's next ar ticle will deal with the subject of ' Free and Compulsory ' Education. *** We beg to call attention to tlie sale of Bridgetown town lot, No. 145, at Bun bury, on ; Saturday next at 11 a.m.. Mr. Noalces, chemist, has received a supply of very handsomely bound Church of England Hymn-books, which he is prepared to dispose of at very reasonable prices. In our advertising columns it will be noticed that Messrs. W. H. Angove and Co.. by their auctioneer, Mr. J. H. Pen berthy, will sell by auction, at Tenterden, on Saturday next. 1,300 sheep, entire and draught horses, cows, store cattle, and a largo quantity of stores, and general mer chandise. * * The work of loading the s,s. Colac with the timber for the Geraldton jetty was caiTied out with considerable despatch. The vessel did not get alongside the jetty until Friday afternoon, haying to remain in the stream until the s.s. Liudus had discharged her freight. The weather was, fortuna...
The Vasse Line. A LIVELY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
The Vasse Line. A LIVELY MEETING. The Mayor having refused to con vene a public meeting at the request of 7 ratepayers, to consider the advis ability of asking the Government to alter the surveyed railway route to the Vasse, thegentlemen who attached their names to the requisition, or a few of them, determined to call the meeting themselves, and posted the following notice on the notice board . PUBLIC MEETING. — A Public Meeting will be held in the Mechanics Institute on Monday, 26th. June, at_ 8 p.m. Business : To consider the advis ability of urging en the Government the desirableness o£ altering the present sur veyed route of the Bunbury- Vasse Kail way via Boyanup, to a route starting from Bunbury and going near Minnmup and the Lower Capel. thereby passing through some of the finest agricultural land in the Colony, and intersecting the present surveyed line about 18 or 20 miles from Bunbury. All interested in the pros perity of Bunbury are requested to attend as the above is of ...
Boyanup. BOYANUP, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
Boyanup. [From Our Correspondent.] Boyaxup, Tuesday. Things hei'e Have been rather dull lately owing, no doubt, to the re moval of the saw mill five miles near er Minninup. Just now we are likely to have a spurt, the adzer having ar rived, and ere this is in print, will be in full swine1 : but as thei'e is onlv room for 10,000 sleepers here, and the machine is capable of turning out 1000 a day, this will soon be over. Howevei', I hear that Messrs. 3yfield and Risely will be ready for plate laying in about a week, when we shall have a good complement of men down here. The failure of Mr. Kellv to fret a license |for his hotel 'was very much regretted here. As one of the con tractors — a staunch teetotaller- — said tome: 'The men will drink occa sionally. If they go into town, they stay a -week or more and are unfit fclULQEk f°r a day or two after they come Bac'fp~or--w*m» — « — y— ^.acxaxaszs the' sly-grog seller, whereas, Tvere there a properly licensed hotel on the spot, the men wou...
A New Gold Find. ONE HUNDRED OUNCES IN TWO DAYS. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
A. New Gold Find. ONE HUNDRED OUNCES IN TWO DAYS. [By Telegraph.] (From Our Correspondent.) Perth, This Day. Considerable excitement was occa sioned here when the news became known that 2 men,Hannon and Flana gan had discovered a new find of allu vial gold, from which they obtained a hundred ounces in a two days. The new find is situated 30 miles E.N.E. from Coolgardie. Thei-e are four hundred men on the field, and a hundred others are one the way. The nearest water is 4 miles away.
Vasse. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
Vasse. (From Our Correspoxden-t.) 'Vasse, Saturday. On Sunday last Mr.JG-. Gowan, one of the oldest hands in Quindalup, died in the Vasse Hospital, where he had been confined for some time. The exact age of the deceased is not known, but he must have been close on 80 years, as he has been in the Vasse district quite 40 years, and had spent fully 30 at Quindalup. He was a hard working and wellcon ucted man. and was buried in the Church of England cemetery on Monday, but owing to the wet weather there was only a very small, attendance. A man, named Hubbuck, who was supposed to be of unsound mind, was brought in from Karri dale on Sunday last, and kept in confinement until to-dav. when he was discharged, Dr. Byran being of opinion that the man was sufficiently recovered to be set at liberty. The poor fellow was at ~ — 'r-A^qjx..rajrn]QYGd &t Karridale, and had only lately arnveu irwu.«v, — _r___ ___ It is supposed that he had been drinking heavily, and thus caused the temporary...
The Sinking of the Victoria. FURTHER PARTICULARS. HEROIC INCIDENTS. FUNERAL SERVICE AT TRIPOLI LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
The Sinking of the Victoria. ? _m ? ? v — FURTHER PARTICULARS.,. HEROIC INCIDENTS. FUNERAL SERVICE at TRIPOLI [By Cable.] [From our Correspondent.! London, Monday. Tho Times' special reporter, who was with the Mediterranean Fleet at the time of the collision, states tho vessels of the fleet were arranging in line, when the Victoria was run down by the Camperdown, and Hank in eleven minutes, amidst great con fusion. Seven bodies have been recovered from the sunken vessel. A funeral service was conducted at Tripoli, yesterday, in connection with the disaster. The exact number of tho drov/ticd is now stated to be 22 ofliowa ami 348 men. Subscription lifits have, brtori opened for the relief of tho widowH and orphans of the drowned Hoarmin and marines. The Queen h an contributed £200; Lord Mount-Stophon, sCfiOO; and the Prince of Wales, £150, whiJo donations are flowing in from all parts of the world. H.M.S. Benbow replaces the Vic toria, ;lh flagship of the Mediter ranean Squadron.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
'vr ? : . ? ?Shipping. -y ? -}k AD E L A I D E. ? '?=s^a_tg|^i_a5, (Limited) (Under Contract with the West Austra lian Government for the Con veyance of Mails). Will despatch their Splendid Steamships as under :— - ? To Bunhury Eoads, Vasse Roads, and Guindalup (from Fremantle). ROB ROY, June 27, at 4.30 p.m. No cargo received after 2 p.m. on d'ay of sailing. ? ToDongarra and Geraldton (from Fremantle). ROB ROY, July 4; at 4.30 p.m. No cargo can bo received after 2 p.m on day of sailing. To Geraldton. Sharks Bay, Carnarvon Eoads, Ashburton Eoads, Pearling f Grounds, Roehuck Bay, transhipping at Eoelrack Bay to s.s. Eob Eoy for Derby, Wyndhain, and Port Darwin. ALBANY, July 12, at 5 p.m. From Melbourne and Adelaide, with transhipments from Sydney. at»t?t attit-i C Leave Melb. July 10. ADELAIDE | Leaye Ade Julj? M EOBT. FORREST, Local Agent. -i ?! TT U D D A R T ?^gfjT^ 11 PARKER ?^£l^isM2$^-&==.A~N'D CO.'S LINE. fJARGO AND PASSENGEE SERVICES. . From Melbourne and Adelaide. ?N...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
Entertainments. ??????? ???- I.O.G.T. A PUBLIC &EA. And MEETING Tn connection with The 'Light of the South' Lodge No. 16, : ; Will be held on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28th, 1893. In the GOOD TEMP LABS' HALL. Tea. on the TableB at G p.m. Adults ? ls*6d. Cuilubes, - Is. Chair to be taken by the Grand Chief Templar, J\ Dreyer, Esq., at 8 p.m. Ai)DHES3Ks by members of the Grand Lodge Executive, iuterspereed with, songs, will be given. A hearty invitation is extended to all. Grand Concert MASONIC HALL, THXTRSDA1 EYENIN&, JUNE 29th. W. EL Timperley, Esq. R,M, in tho Chair 3?IK-GBAMME. — PaET I. 1. 'Overture Selection from ' ffigoletto' , ?Piano Miss Foss; Cornet, Mr. Paeey; 'Violin, Mb. Hamlet. ?'2. Song — ... Mrs J. G-. Mitchell ?3. Duet — 'Very Suspicious,' Miss Teede and Mh. Moore 4. Song — ? Mrs. Turner 5. Song— ' Bob Bell, the Miller' Mb. Eeavan 6. Cornet Solo—' Emily Polka,' Me. Paret 7. Song — ? Miss Timpeelkt 8. Piano Duet — ... Misses Poet Interval of Five Minutes. Part ii...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
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Meeting at Vasse. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
Meeting at Vasse. [From Oor Correspondent.] Vasse, Saturday. The public meeting held here to day, to protest against the action of the Bunbury people, in agitating for a divergence of the route of the railway°to the Vasse, was most in fluentially attended, over 70 residents of the district being present. To Bhow the interest that was taken in the matter, many old residents who seldom left their homes, got into their buggies, and disregarding the cold weather, proceeded to Busselton, to be present at the meeting. I can not at present give you a full report of the speeches at the meeting, but I will forward it later on. Mr. G. W. Barnard, the Mayor of Busselton, took the chair. The principal speakers were Mr. H J. Yelverton and Mr. J. Cook worthy, M.L.A.. both ^Thom were most pronounced m their condem nation of the action of a section of the Bunbury people for their un warrantable interference with the Boyanup-Busselton route. Mr. Yel verton stated that any movement on the part of the...