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THE MATCH AGAINST LEICESTERSHIRE. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 July 1893
THE MATCH AGAINST LEICES TEEtSHIRE. London, Friday. The Australian Eleven commenced a match against Leicestershire yes terday. ' '? The visitors batted first, and scored a total of 2S1. Trott, 100, and Gregory, with 89, were the principal scorers. The Home team, in their first in nings, made 67 runs, and in their second, 163. The Australians won by an innings aud 51 runs. London, Tuesday. The Australians commenced a match against Yorkshire, at Leeds, on Monday. There was a large at tendance. . . . . : The Australians won the toss, and batted first, Their batting, however, was a poor display, and at luncheon hour, five wickets were down for 63.
The Latest Cables. THE ROYAL WEDDING. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 July 1893
The Latest Cables (From Our Correspondent.) THE ROYAL WEDDING. . London, Thursday. -The wedding of the Prince George of. Wales and Princess Mary of Teck, took place at St. James' Palace to day.. ? ? : The spectacle was a magnificent one. The Queen was present through out the ceremony, and was visibly affected. Her Majesty afterwards gave a garden party, at which many thous ands were invited, but not the Agents General for the Colonies, who are virtuously indignant in consequence. Sydney, Friday. «As a memento of the marriage of Prince George, the Minister of Jus tice has released the labor leaders Sleath, Ferguson, Polkington and Hewitt, recently sentenced to im prisonment for conspiracy at Broken Hill.
The Midland Loan. PERTH, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 July 1893
[?] [By Telegraph.] (From Oun Correspondent.) Perth, Saturday. The Government received a cable gram this morning, from the Agent General, as follows :— -' . ' Midland Issue of debentures allotted in full to-day.' ' . ' * This confirmation of previous .wires has been received with . much satis faction, as it removes this question from the vortex of politics. .? Works are to be resumed imme diately. London, Saturday. It is reported that-.the public took about 12 per cent of the bonds issued by the Midland Railway Company. Perth, To-day. The Premier has received a notifi cation from the Agent- General that £100,000 out of the Midland Loan has been lodged to the credit of the Government, to enable the works to proceeded with at once.
THE MARITIME STRIKE. ATTEMPT TO SCUTTLE THE WENDOUREE. MELBOURNE, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 July 1893
TEE MARITIME STRIKE. ? $ ? ATTEMPT TO SCUTTLE THE WENDOUREE. [By Teleghaph.] (From Our Correspondent.) Melbourne, To-day. A party of Unionists attempted to scuttle Huddart, Parker and Co.'s steamer Wendouree while she was lying at the wharf, but the attempt was frustrated. Sydney, Saturday. Intense excitement prevails in the city, over the shipping- strike. The Unionists are very aggressive, and several assaults, expressing great determination to prevent ships from sailing at the advertised time, have taken place. Non-unionists are in abundance, and no inconvenience is experienced by the ship-owners beyond temporary annoyance from the unionists. A large concourse of the unem ployed, headedby a labor leader, greet ed the Broken Hill leaders, on their release from prison. A procession was formed, with Sleath at the head, and paraded the streets. Sydney, Tuesday. The Unionists are much distressed at the ultimate result of the strike. The action of the authorities in send ing the desert...
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. THE ALL ENGLAND MATCH. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. THE ALL ENGLAND MATCH. [By Cable.] [From our Own C orrespondent.J '. . London, Tuesday. The second test match, Australia v. All England, was commenced yes terday. . ? There was an enormous attendance, and the wicket was perfect. The Englishmen won the toss, and decided to bat first. The innings -.Tyas a' display of vigorous batting. Jackson, 91 ; Shrewsbury, 106. Total, 3^;4. Flowers played in place of ?(S-ra.ce-i-who was laid up with a bad hand.' The Australians commenced badly. Lyons was bowled for seven ; and Giffen for 0. They had lost two . wickets for 33 runs when stumps were drawn for the day. London, Tuesday Night. The Australians completed their' first innings for 269, or 65 behind. Graham played r^agrnfice^tly for 107
THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893
: THE /prUNptlRY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUL1 19, 1893. Tee' Treasury Bills Bill now before Pa-liament^is .a measure the pro gress of which will be keenly noted by the Southern districts and those other parts of the colony having a more or less direct interest in de siring that the public works scheduled in the Loan Bill of 1891 shall be carried out in their en tirety. It will be recollected that a somewhat similar measure was passed in the House of Assembly last session and rejected by the Legislative Conncil. The crucial wTave of financial depression that since then has passed over the money markets of the world will, on ,tMs. occasion, necessitate a greater consideration, and more consistent treatment at the hands of the council than was 'previously accorded it. The Premier makes no secret of the fact that such a measure is absolutely necessary for the credit, if not the stability, of the colony, in view of the large amount of the authorised loan still to be raised, and of the liabili...
France and Siam. THE RECENT FIGHTING. FRENCH PERFIDY. WARSHIPS READY FOE ACTION. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893
France and Slam.. ? r*r ? ' ?' ??? THE REGENT FIGHTING. ?'?i FRENCH PERFIDY. WARSHIPS READY EOE ACTION. [By Cable.] (From our own Correspondent.) London, Friday. Later particulars of the fighting between the French and Siamese in the Menani River state that the French denied any hostile intention, and that they then forced the passage of the river under cover of night. Twenty Siamese and three French men weie killed; and two Frenchmen wounded. ? ; There are 4000 Siamese troops at Bangkok, the capital of Siam. In the House of Commons yester day Mr. Gladstone stated in reply to a question that the Government were awaiting explanations from France ..before taking action. . ? .. Saturday. It is stated that the commanders of_ the French gunboats Inconstant and Comete refused to- obey the orders of the French Minister at Bangkok not to enter the Men am. . ? ' The French and Siamese warships are all lying cleared for action. 'H.M.S. Linnet has arrived oft Bangkok. . -The French Government ...
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893
Topics of the Week. It will be seen in our advertising co lumns that Mrs. Duffield has taken over the premises adjoining her restaurant, lately occupied by Mr. S. Miller, which will afford considerably increased ac commodation for visitors. *** You can't gather figs from thistles, nor would you go prospecting among the clouds in a balloon, looking for gold ; and the same common sense should tell you that if you vrish to obtain a good WATCH or get one repaired, you must go to Re liable and Tkaijted Tbadesman, who knows how to But a good article, as well as how to Sell one. Try COLLINS, Watchmakeh, next the Wellington Hotel Buubury. — A dvt. *** The time for the receiving of tenders for the erection of the Bunbury railway station is fixed for August 8th., and we have every reason to believe the work will be carried oul as early as possible after that date. Several intending ten derers have been examining the plans and specifications, and the site for the new station, and ifc i? expect...