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MR. STINTON & THE GREENBUSHES TIN DEPOSITS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
MR. STINTCN $ TEE GREEN BUSHES TIN DEPOSITS. ? 6 ? To the Editoe of The Heeald. Sir, — The new - fledged geologist and mineralogist of five years' expe rience must be one of the wonders of the age when he takes on to describe the extent and true bearing of the alluvial deposits of the Greenbushes tinfield.s ; and he has the audacity to say that the mineral area is far larger than is necessary to cover all the al luvial deposits of the field, simply, as he says, because the tin has not been carried any distance from its parent rock. How absurd to say that the proclaimed mineral area is larger than is necessary to cover the alluvial tin deposits. As a matter of fact, to do justice to the tin industry, I am of opinion that the mineral area should be extended to the Preston River in a northerly direction, and to the Blackwood River in a southerly direc tion. I am confident, from practical knowledge, that stream tin does exist and will be found and worked in the course of time ; and it i...
Education Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
Education Reform. By Uno. The deliverance of Bishop Gibney at Albany -would, in. ordinary course, have claimed the attention of your contributor, had it not been so ably dealt with in your contemporary, the West Australian. There is scarcely any need to refer to the fact, that it is the religious element alone, that is «8he bug-bear in the path of Education Reform. There is still a hope to be entertained from utterances such as M. Satonelli's, that the Woman Catholic Party may be brought into accord with a National system, not deemed ' godless.' All of the com munity evince a strong desire to have the system based on religious in struction ; the chief difficulty is re conciling the Catholic Party to an acceptance of a general scheme. The Act in force in New South Wales is, however, admirably adapted to over come, that difficulty, and, as the provisions of that Act are generally Cn tTT-all lr-r»r-wn if. 1Q nPPfilpKS TOP Hie to quote them in t\.~~~'*° r*y*w or ~an article on religious...
MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Mutual Improvement Society was held on Wednesday evening last, in the Templars' Hall, Mr. Woodrow presiding. Owing to the membei'S not having' been notified in due time of the new place of meeting, tnere was but a meagre attendance. Messrs. Brashaw, Collins and Cooke were elected members. In the absence of the secretary, the chairman explained the business transacted at the previous meeting, held on May 20th. He referred to the difficulty the society experienced ever since its formation, in securing a suitable room to hold the meetings, as the Mechanics' Hall could not be placed at their disposal, and in consequence of the hall being xised for other purposes, the regular meetings were continually interfered with . The committee submitted a pro posal for the Good Templars Lodge, and after some discussion it was decided that the committee be em powei^ed to act for the Society in this matter, and arrange, if possible, wit...
THE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION AND TEE VASSE RAILWAY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
THE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION AND THE VASSE RAILWAY. To THE 'Rdttdti nv Ttttc TTtct? * T.n Sir, — I think you must have had a very entertaining evening at the monthly meeting of the Bunbury Progress Association on the discus sion of the divergence of the Boyanup Vasse Railway, and more especially when strangers to the country get up and set forth the beautiful rich coun try Eiiat certain railway lines would open up^ and who would make a man believe the that such lands were worth £10 an acre, Such men as these put me in mind of the labor agitators who want stringing up by the neck to bring them to their senses. I would tell Mr. Marshall that he knows no more about the capabilities or extent of the soil at the Capel than his goose. I see he stated that the present line ran through a .small portion of good land. Admitting this to be the case, it is all Govern ment land, and will be free for selec tion. He further states that if the , divergence was made as he suggested large allotments of l...
TEE MERCANTILE BANK PROSECUTIONS. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
TEE MERCANTILE BANK ; PROSECUTIONS* ? « ? TBy Telegraph. 1 - ': (From Our' Correspondent.) ? - ? Melbourne, Friday. ' ' The Grand Jury is proceeding with; the case of Sir Matthew Davies and Mr. Millidge. The trial is being conducted in; secret, and is likely to last a con* siderable time. The Crown Law officers have with drawn the warrant against Sir Matthew, in Colombo, being satis fied that he will return, if required.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD.. mENDERS will be received up to « 1 1 p.m. on SATURDAT, 29th JULT, at the Mechanics Institute, Bunbnry, for the undermentioned' work : I Vasse Road. To form and round about 3 chaips of road, near Mr. S. Ward's, at per chain. Apply to Mr. J. Hough for speci fications. Dardanup Road. ,'? To form and gravel the road (in ' patches) between Mr. Doolan's and Mr. Frank Johnston's. : Apply to Mr. Maguire for further particulars and specifications. Tenders must be sent in on printed forms to be obtained from the secre tary or members. The Board does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. ; (By Order of the Board) ; W. J. READING; - ? »Si-m;tar-y.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE ~ «y ? . Kessrs. Kelly & Co., Sydney, report : ? ' Tin, £85 los. per ton in London. Tin Ore, 14s. 6d. per unit in Sydney. ... Messrs. Tuonias Hayward. and Sou report: — Wholesale Pr.Cjs List. Bar. Iron, £11 10s. ton. Fencing wire (Annealed steel), £11 10s. to £12 Galvanised Fencing Wire, £15 10s to £16 ? ; : Barbed Wire (galvanised) £24. Corn Sacks, 7s. per doz. Bran Bags, 5s. 6d. per doz. Wool Bales, 10| , 3s. each. Kerosene Oil, 150Q test, lls. ' '' Salt, fine (Black Horse), £b' 10s. ton. Bone Dust (imp.), £7 ton. Flour (Adelaide Roller), £10 10s. 0d. Shai'ks Bay Guano £4 10s. bags in. - Pollard, £7 ~ . Bran, £6 10s. Oats, 3s. 3d. bushel. Chaff, £6. ton Potatoes (local), £7 ton. Seed Wheat, 4s, 6d, ' - ' Peas, 4s, Onions (imported), £7 10s. ton. Sugar, £23 10s. to £29 ton, Tea, Is. 3d. to 2s. lb. - Cement. 16s 6d: cask. i June 28th, 1S93.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
For Sale. W.B.MITCHELL Laud & Stock Agent, IB XT 33ST 33 'U' S=L 3T . HAS FOE SALE :— mHEEE Valuable Cattle Station X Properties in the South, and One Sheep Station in the North, The latter with 1S000 sheep, 100 miles of sheep-pi-oof fencing, and other very extensive improvements, FOE, SALE':— ' -j r\ BUNBURY Town Allotments, I 1/ some being1 the best avail able for purchasers. Also j'Acre Suburban Lots, 200 Acre Lots, and 30 Acre Lots, also Suburban. FOR SALE:— 1 Pure bred Ayrshire Bull Calf. 3 „ Clydesdale Cart Mares 6 ,: White Leghorn Fowls 1 Waggon ; light and strong, war ranted to carry 5 tons. 1 'Well bred 2-year-old Bull, FOR SALE:— i f\f\r\ ACRES of. Land, with JLy UU frontage to the Perth Rd. and in close proximity to the ' Perth - Bunbnry railway, securely fenced and lightly timbered ; the soil and drainage good. W. B. 3KEXTCHELE, Bunfeury Bakers. H.BRASHAWICo. (Late or Sydxut, N.S.W.) Bakers, Pastrycooks and Confectioners. THE BUNBURY BAKERY VICTORIA ST., BUNBURY....
Roads Board. WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 June 1893
Roads Board. ? ? v ? WELLINGTON. The monthly meeting of the Wel lington Roads Board was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Satarday last, June 24th. Present: Mr. W. Reading (chair man), and Messrs 1 Maguire, Hough, Gardiner, Johnston, and Baldock, The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. The following accounts were passed for payment :-— John C. Wenn, labor, £1 14s 6d. W. Glarke. clearing culvert, Harvey Road, £1. James Trott, on account of gravel, £8. W. P. Scott, for rubbling 10 chains of road, £4. M. Maguire, removing branches, 5s. J. Fowler, removing tree, 12s. W. J Buswell, 10 days' work, Aus tralind Road, £3. Valentine Mitchell, gravelling road — Need's Hill contract, £7 10s. M. Shivers, culverts. Collie Road, £3 OS. Thos. Williams, junr., clearing 30 chains road at O'Mcehan's, £3 ISs. Thos. Williams, digging drain near Strathan, and making culvert. The drain not being completed as directed, payment ?was not ordered. The amount for culvert, £1 19s., was p...
THE GOOD TEMPLAR MOVEMENT IN BUN BURY. ANNIVERSARY FESTIVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 July 1893
THE GOOD TEMPLAR MOVE MENT IN BUNBURY. . v . '????? — ? ♦ ? ANNIVERSARY. FESTIVITIES. On Wednesday night last the mem bers of . the ' Light of the South ' branch of the Independent Order of Good Templars held the anniversary of the reconstruction of the Lodge in Bunbury in the Lodge-room. The festivities consisted of a tea and con cert, the forth er of which commenced :,-. at. 6. p;m, when members and friends '?-:'? J to the number of about 100 sat down to tea. The tables,-; :of which there five, were laidin a mostinvitingand at ' tractive display, and were ably pre :- ? -sided; over hy. the following. . lady '?'?' ? L memljers of the Lodge ; Misses Scott, Nay lor. Coombes, Hough, Main war ? ing,';.-, ? . l After ample justice had been clone ' to the innumerable appetizing delica cies provided, the youthful portion of the ^.company engaged in outdoor games whilst the hall was being cleared for the concert, which was ?- looked forward to with considerable interest, as it was said tha...
AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. THE DERBYSHIRE MATCH. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 July 1893
AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. THE DERBYSHIRE MATCH. [By Cable.] I' From. Our Correspondent.] London, Tuesday. The Australian Eleven commenced a match against Derbyshire yester day. The Home team went to the wickets first, and were all out for L99 runs. The Australians, at the close of the day's play,|had lost one wicket for 74. Giffen (not out) 42 ; Bannerman (not out) 25. ' - Tuesday, 7 p.m. The Australians continued their innings against Derbyshire to-day, scoring rapidly. When stumps were drawn for the day, 5 wickets were down for 209 runs.
THE GREENBUSHES MINERS PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 July 1893
TEE GREENBUSHES MINERS PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The usual monthly meeting of the above was held in the Assembly-room on Saturday week last There was a good attendance, all the officers, and nearly all the mem wa l-ipi-np- present. The President (Mr. Dunstan) in the chair. The minuter? of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. Four new members were proposed and accepted, making a total of twenty-seven. Mr. B. Pilkington proposed a dis cussion on the delays in the transit of tin. and receipt of a/c. sales from Sydney. Several members spoke on the subject, and it was finally decided that the secretary write to Mr. KeMy of Sydney, asking him if he could ju forni the Association where tho delay was, as it was not generally thought that he was to blame. Mr. J. P. Robinson gave notice of motion — ' That he ?would bring forward for discus sion at the next general meeting the advisa bility of asking the Government to give a re ward claim to prospectors for finds outside of the tin minin...