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CONTEMPLATED VISIT. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

CONTEMPLATED VISIT. Perth, Tuesday. Lady Robinson, whose health suf fered considerably last summer, has ' decided to visit England for some months, and will leave Perth shortly accompanied by Miss Robinson, On Lady Robinson's departure His Ex-, cellency will be joined by his son, Lieutenant Robinson, who with his wife leaves India and arrives at Perth at the end of the present month. Mrs. Robinson will be received at Government House. She married Lieutenant Robinson in '88, and is daughter of Sir Alfred Hughe3, Baronet of Suffolk.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE MILITARY COMMAND. MAJOR FLEMING APPOINTED, PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

THE MILITARY COMMAND. MAJOR FLEMING APPOINTED, Perth, Tuesday. Major Fleming has been officially appointed Commandant of the West Australian military forces, with the local rank of Colonel. GAMBLING IN W.A. Perth, Tuesday. No less than 50 sweeps on the Melbourne Cup was filled and drawn at Perth and Fremantle in. defiance of the law. The Daily Neivs in com menting on this provision of the Police Act strongly urges its repeal.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE BUNBURY INFANTRY VOLUNTEER CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

TEE BUNBURY INFANTRY VOLUNTEER CORPS. ? 1 ? Ameeting of persons interested in the volunteer movement was held on Monday evening in the Mechanics' Institute, Dr. Lovegrove in the chair. The Secretary, Mr. Marshall, read the following letter, received from Major Phillips, Commandant of the Local Forces : — Military Staff Office, Perth, 22nd October, 1822: Sie, — His Excellency the Governor ! has been pleased to accept the offer of j the gentlemen whose names appear under cover of your letter of the 1st inst., for the formation of an Infantry Volunteer Corps at Bunbury. The acceptance of such offer, as also the. appointment of officers will be duly notified in the Gov ernment Gazette. I have the honor to be, Sir, Your Obedient Servant, Geohge Phillips, Major Commandant Local Forces J. Maeshall, Esq., Bunburyi On receipt of the above communi cation, Mr. Marshall, the secretary, : interviewed the committee, and a ' letter was sent to- the Commandant i requesting that the appointments of ...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TELEGRAMS. WEST AUSTRALIA. THE GUILDFORD SHOW. A POOR ATTENDANCE GUILFORD, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

TELEGRAMS. ? sr ? : — .. ?-. [From our Correspondent.] WEST AUSTRALIA. ?? . ? ^ ? THE GUILDFORD SHOW. A POOE ATTENDANCE Guildford, Tuesday. The' Annual Show, which was opened yesterday, was only a moderate success. The entries were faix-ly good but the attendance was . very poor. A better result is anticipated for to day.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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NEWS FROM THE TINFIELDS TWO NEW FINDS. A WATER SUPPLY SCHEME. GREENBUSHES, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

NEWS FROM TEE TINFIELD8 ' ? $- ? TWO NEW FINDS. A WATER SUPPLY SCHEME. [Feom ocr Correspondent.] G-reenbusiies, Friday. At present the tinfields are very quiet ; very little worth recording j transpiring. There are two new finds i lately. Mr. Walker has found, a good j patch in shallow ground, just above j the Bunlruiy Dam. This find! verifies the remarks of the Govern ment Geologist in his report on the Tinfields. The other new find is on the hill to the south of Bunbnry, on the Nelson Lease. It was discovered by Hicky, Swiny, and Co. So far, it ' is looking well. ! I am sorry to have to report that i the water for tin washing is fast dis- \ appearing. It is a tremendous pity j that some scheme cannot be devised : to supply the fields with water for i 3 more months. The want of a supply j of water is not only a loss to the i miners, but a loss to the whole colony. ! It is is only when we come to think j every cwt, of tin adds to the bullion . of the colony that we can estimate ' th...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. THE TROUBLE AT BROKEN HILL. EXCITED MEETINGS IN SYDNEY. UNIONISTS DESPONDENT SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

NEW SOUTH WALES. THE TROUBLE AT BROKEN HILL. . EXCITED MEETINGS IN SYDNEY. UNIONISTS DESPONDENT ? . Sydney-, Monday. Tho result of the trial of the labor leaders has ? caused a sen sation in Sydney. At an excited meet ing of Unionists it was decided to pe tition Parliament to release the pris oners at Broken Hill. The Unionists, who are now thor ovghly despondent, recognise that it is useless to continue tho struggle any longer, - Bkoken Hill, Tuesday. The efforts that are being made to close the strike are likely to prove successful. . ' ?? ?-:-i ??? . '?-?? ????'??

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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

GAZETTE NOTICES. Mr. Peter Louis Gibbons has been appointed as Acting Mining Regis trar of the Greenbushes Tinfield, dnring the absence, on sick leave, of Richard Gibbons. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to sanction the forma tion of- a Corps of Rifle Volunteers at Bunbury to l:e designated ' The Bunbury Rifle Volunteers,' with, an establishmens of 50 members. Cap tain T. H. Lovegrove, from the re tired list, to be captain, provisionally. H. Stanley, to be lieutenant, pro visionally. The time for receiving tenders for supplying 44 timber trucks for the Perth-Bunbuiy railway has been ex tended from' November 1st, to No vember loth.

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TELEGRAMS. WEST AUSTRALIA. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

TELEGEAMS. [feom oub coerbspondent.] WEST AUSTRALIA. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. Perth, Tuesday. Parliament will assemble for the transaction of business on Thursday. The Governor's speech is expected to : be short, dealing principally with the Land Settlement Scheme, and the re form of the Constitution.

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COLLIE COAL. GOVERNMENT REPORT. A GOOD OUTLOOK. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

COLLIE COAL. GOVERNMENT REPORT. A GOOD OUTLOOK. (By Telegraph.) [From our Correspondent.] Perth, Tuesday. ' The Government have just pub lished ' their latest report from the Collie coal fields. It states that No. 3 bore has now reached a depth of 190ft., and that a seam of coal 3ft. 5in. thick was passed through. The coal is still soft, but improving, being mixed with bands of sandstone. They have also published a copy of the analysis of samples obtained from the bore, made by Woodward, Government Geologist, who says — ' Coal is good and serviceable for locomotive, smelting, and household purposes.'

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THE MIDLAND RAILWAY CO. AND THE GOVERNMENT. ENGLISH PRESS COMMENTS. LONDON, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

THE MIDLAND RAILWAY CO. AND THE GOVERNMENT. ENGLISH PEESS COMMENTS. London, October 31. The disagreement between the Go vernment of W.A. and the Midland Railway Co. is the subject of an article in the Financial News, which declares thae it is questionable whether the colony can obtain a loan unless the in justice done, to the Company is recog nised.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

CORRESPONDENCE. ? 3, ? [We are always willing to give insertion to letters of explanation or interest, but we wish to distinctly state that we do not ne cessarily endorse the opinions expressed, or the language used, by our correspondents. Our. ideas of passing events will be found in our local and editorial columns.]

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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THE LABOR QUESTION. LONDON, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

THE LABOR QUESTION. - London, October 31. Lord Chamberlain contributes an article to the Ninctecdth Century on labor questions, and advocates. the en forcement of the law for shorter hours and earlier closing of shops. He is in favor of the settlementof trade disputes by arbitration, and of the giving of pensions in old age for the deserving pool1, the limitation of pauper immi gration, and the compensation to workers for injurias received whilo at work.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

~ ', ?:llTfaici]-al. Election. B UNBURST MUNICIPAL ELE.CTION. Bally -round yeur ^old-tried Councillor, - X. B A -N ting, 'Who seeks -EE-ELECTi.O]ST, .And is- confident' of again -securing the VOTES -Of the Ratepayers o£ Bunbury. BUNBUEY, October 6, .1892. ...??' 'TO W. SrEXCER, E3Q^ J.P.., ? ?' Mayor of Bunbury. 'Dear Sih,-^ . A Ttlie close of another year, during which U_C^. you have so faithfully filled the respon sible position of Mayor of our Town, we de sire to convey to you our sincere thanks for, .and high appreciation or, your valuable ^services. We loot back with extreme gratification on -the success o'&'the past2 years, during which you held the office of Mayor, and we attribute this success to the energy and tact you have displayed in the discharge of the important -duties of your important Office, In your hands our well-being is assured, ;&ud we earnestly beg of you to place yourself in nomination for re-election. Pledging our selves to use our Votes and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

vj-\| Business Advertisements. &| OJEGRGS T AWBSSTCE, if%. BUILDER, CONTRACTOR,. w and ?? ? i UNDERTAKER, I PB1NSEP STEE E T, f BUNBUEY. All orders promptly attended to. ALEXANDER WRIGHT, , BUILDER & CABINET-MAKER, I ? STIRLING- STREET, fc BUSBUKT, B Has a large Stock of Household Fur WL niture, '?'?.? . - W&L Ki tcli en Tables from ? 22s. |||i Dressing Tables from ...- ... los. fjprf Washstands from ... ... ... 17s. '7-t Chests of Drawers from... ... '55s. \ '/ Meat Safes from ... ..; .;. 25s. . A Sofa Couches from ... ? .45s. ^ \ Cabinets from ... ? 50s. - -A ALSO IN STOCK: ^ |t Wardrobes, Side-boards, Gipsy-Tables *-*--^§ Pool .and Curtain Rings, American »^': Chairs, Glass and Putty, and t ?* I Ironmongery in great variety. ' - \ ALL ORDEES FROM THE COUNTRY L PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 'A — — — *-? — ^~ SB. si & iPflt » ^ § -d ? ? I -f Slfc! A| II- Its | « ? ° !*? o M 1 .'I II ' i i . ?'.. 1 C. J. H° UGH *Kj STOREKEEPER, AND DRAPER V' 1 . V A S S E. ??...

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RUSSIA AND THE POWERS. PRINCE BISMARCK'S VIEWS. LONDON, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

RUSSIA AND THE POWERS. PRINCE BISMAECE'S VIEWS. London, October 31. Prince Bismarck . has created much ill-feeling in Vienna by the statement that Russia could seize Constantinople and defy the other European Powers to interfere. He asserts that Great Britain is the only Power capable of checking Rus sia, and she would probably deem it inadvisable to interfere.

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ANOTHER MURDER MYSTERY IN PARIS. LONDON, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

ANOTHER MURDER MYSTERY : IN PARIS. : London, October 30. The body of a woman, cut into twelve pieces, has been found in Paris.

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THE GERMAN POLICY. PRINCE BISMARCK CRITICISES IT LONDON, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

THE GERMAN POLICY. PRINCE BISMARCK CEITICISES IT London, October 30. Prince Bismarck criticises the policy of the German Emperor, :and opposes the increase of the Army. He urges, the establishment of friendly relations with Russia, and sneers at the alliance entered into with England, as against the Muscovite Empire.

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GREAT FIRE IN AMERICA. SIX HUNDRED HOUSES BURNT LONDON, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

GREAT FIRE IN AMERICA. ? SIX HUNDRED HOUSES BURNT London, October 30. A large fire is raging in Milwaukee, U.S.A. The damage is estimated at £4,000,000. Six hundred dwelling houses, stores and factories have been destroyed by the fire, which threatens to demolish the city. . . !

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AN OPERA HOUSE BURNT. LONDON, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

AN' OPERA HOUSE BURNT. London, October 30. An opera house in Cleveland, Ohio U.S.A., has been destroyed by fire. .

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OBITUARY. LONDON, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

OBITUARY., London, October 23. The death is announced, of the Queen Dowager of Wurtemburg.

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