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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. . Tuesday, July 18. Hon. Randell was sworn in. The Colonial Secretary, intimated to the House that its. existence ex tended to October 18, when it would cease to exist. ;In reply to a question by Mr. Leake, the Colonial Secretary stated that the Chinese in the Colony num bered 1355, seven of whom are fe iiiales. Leave of absence was granted to Mr. Burgess. ...... : :The Treasury Bills Bill was read for the first time. .... [pile- Destructive Birds and Animals iBijl was passed in ^ Committee; ?' ???:? ? The House.then adjourned. ??? . ! ? - ': . ? — — ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

For Jewellery Repairing, or Manufactur ing, go to D. T. Taylor, Stephen Street — Mie Practical Tradesman, — Advt,

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JULY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

PARLIAMENT. ? ; ? ^r ? ? [BY Telegraph.] (EkO-MJOurown ? Correspondent.) f^GlSiiATIVE ASSEMBLY. I Tuesday, July 18. ; The Post Office Amendment Bill was considered in. Committee. There was some discussion on the clauses giving the Postmaster-General power to open letters addressed to sweet) promoters or fraudulent business. Mr.^Solomon moved the omission of the clauses as they' interfered with the liberty of the people to spend their own money. - - - Messrs. Sholl and De Hamel sup ported the amendment. Mr. Burt made a vigorous appeal in favor of putting down sweeps and the sending of money to Sydney. The House divided with'the follow ing result : : For the Govt. clauses, 15 -. Against „ „ 8 ' Progress was reported, i The~Post Office Savings Bank Bill was passed through Committee. '; Leave of absence for three weeks was, granted to Mr. Traylen. The House then adjourned.

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THE FULL COURT. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

THE FULL COURT. Tby electric telkgbaph.T (Fkom Ouk Own Correspondent.) ' Perth, This Day. The Full Court quashed the con viction. against Percy Harvey yester day^ holding that the amendment to ' the indictment was not allowable. Harvey wasjjthereupon discharged from custody. ?

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ESPERANCE BAY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

ESPEBANCE . BAY NEWS. ? _* ? _J_ .,.??.. -? : :? - The correspondent- to the 'AtlSii'hj. Advertiser says: — The weather is very/ wet and cold. The rain appears to be going. right into the back ..- coivntry so it will be a splendid season :.. for prospecting. There' is (plenty of water on the road right through from the Dundas Hills, there has ats'o been a splendid rainfall at Fraser's Range. Prospectors with vechicles of any kind must understand that they have a rough road before them in the winter months. Pack horses should be used. Messrs. Sinclair Brothers have completed their tanks sinking contract for Messrs Dempster,, Bros, at Erasers Range, and I think the natives will find it hard, for fifty or sixty were employed in the tanks A lot of them came in here but they were only allowed a few days tucker from the Aborigines Protection Board when they were sent off back to be a nuisance to Messrs. Dempster Bros. After being fed well ro long they are not going hungry when sheep are c...

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A SHEFFIELD HANDICAP IN THE VASSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

A SHEFFIELD HANDICAP IN ? TEE VASSE. ? 4 ? . . . The Sheffield Handicap organised by Mr. Moore in connection with the private -match between Finlayson and Longbottom, bronght forward twenty two nominations, and resulted in a win for Holgate, with Hax'wood 2nd, and Lockharfc 3rd. A boys' race was also got up. There was a fair at tendance, and everything passed off quietly. The following gentlemen acted in the various offices — Starter, : - Mr. G-. W. Barnard : judges, Messrs. J. Bovell and J. Abbey ; referee, Mr. T. A. Thurkle. The following- ar* : ? the results: . .'' Sheffield Handicap.— 120 Yds. : 1st heat. W. Holgate (15yds) ? 1 F. Munro (12yds) ... .,, 2 A, Bovell (14yds) was scratched. No Timo taken. 2nd heat. G. McDaniel (14yds) ? 1 F. Smith (14yds) ? 2 C. J. Hough (14yds) ? 3 D. Gregg (15yds) and J. Bovell (16yds) were scratched. Time, 13 sees. 3rd heat. G. Barnard (15yds) ? 1 F. Longbottom (10yds) ... 2 J. Tonkin (18yds) ... ....... 3 T. Bovell (9yds) scratched. Tiino 129. s...

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THE TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

THE TARIFF. — — $- — — The Government, having appointed a commission to enquire into and re poi't upon the present tariff, this is a; most opportune time to consider the position of our agriculturalists, in having to compete with the impor tations of produce from the other colonies. Theoretically, we admit the soundness of the old maxim — ' buy in the cheapest, and sell in the dearest market.' But circumstances alter cases. It is our purpose to'' en^ quire how far our position as a young and growing country will ad mit of following in the wake of older and differently situated countries When we consider the acres of first-' class.Agricultui'al land, that- has been' got, or. can be ? got, on , the r-in_ost: liberal terms, that does not post one; tenth of the amount to clear that our thickly timbered land does;-1 and the large areas that can be put under cultivation, with the use of the most modern appliances and the great facilities afforded the farmers by cheap freights (both by rai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

,.,; VICTORIA STRE35T, BU^BURY. : Watekes Tlioz-QVLglilj ^saniisieeL ? -. ; ' ?'??? ; , ? Repairs done YcUU despatch at the, lowest possible. prices. ?. :? , ' - Old fashioned Jewellery/made up into fclie newest designs by an experienced . -......'....,. ...,'.' - - . 'tradesniaiu '...'? . '.'?'.- '. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

;:; ';.'williaM smith, ? ???? CABINET MAKER, UPHOLSTERER AND UNDERTAKER. ; . VICTORIA STREET, VUXBURY. FUNERALS CONDUCTED. PLAIN'S DRA^N. ESTIMATES GIVEISf. Buildings Supervised.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

STEAM Roller Flour Mill, BITNEURY, — O .333' 3 -i&u X- Si — By the Undersigned. Best Roller. Flour, £9 15s. per ton. Single Bag, 20s. ?, half bag, 10s. 6d. quarter bag, 5s. 6d. Polkrd, 7s. per lOOlbs. Bran, 6s. 6d. per lOOlbs. Oats, 3s. 2d. per bushel. Crushed Oats, 3s. 6d. per bushel. Wheat (seed). 4s, 6d. per bushel. ~ ? rtrvrts~TVTrcaTT?s. per tmshel. Barley, 3s. 6d. per bushel. . Peas. 4s. bushel, Pigsfood (sweepings), 5s. per bag. Bone Dust, 7s. per cwfc. REDUCED SATES for (JUAN TITY. Delivered Free any part of town, su burbs, or railway station. ROBERT FORREST. July 19th., 1893. : Notices. TANNER 8f CURRIER (Formerly proprietor of Pxosser's tannery) BEGS to inform the public of the Southern Districts that he has commenced business in the above line at the — EsrMMtion tannery — On the premises known as Ali's Tan nery where|he is prepared to Purchase Shins -$? 2Hdes\at the Highest Market Prices for Cash, JAMES LAMBE'S manufactures have always maintained a first-class vpo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

Shipping. -w_V AD ELAIDB *ss2^^^^~j^\ S S CO (Under Contract with tlie 'West Austra lian Government for the Con veyance of Mails) Will desj)atc]i their Splendid Steamships as under : — ToBtmbury Roads, Vasse Roads, and Quindalup (from Fremantle). HOB ROY, July 25, at 4.30 p.m. No cargo received after 2 p.m. on day of sailing. . . To Dongarra and Geraldton (from Eremantle). ROB ROY, July 18, at 4.30 p.ru No cargo can be received after. 2 p.ni on. day of sailing. \ To Geraldton. Sharks Bay, Carnarvon Roads, Ashburton. Roads, Pearling Grounds, Roelrack Bay, transhipping at Roebuck Bay to s.s. Rob Roy for Derby, Wyndham, and Port Darwin. From Melbourne and Adelaide, with transhrDinents from Sydney. BULLARRA Early. . ROBT. FORREST, ' Local Agent. ~l ? «k TJ U D D A R T ?^^fe k, IT PARKER iv^asjgggimaeAND co.'s line. CARGO AND PASSENGER. SERVICES. From Melbourne and Adelaide. NEMESIS {SSrWy'lO4 Sydney, July 22. TASMANIA Melbourne, July 25. Adelaide, July 29. For Geraldton pier (from Frema...

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PERTH WATER WORKS. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

PERTH WATER WORKS... ' ' [By Telegraph.] (From Our Correspondent.) . ' Perth, This Day. r A poll of the ratepayers Avas held yesterday, and resulted in only 40 ratepayers voting against the pro- .;. : posed purchase of the Water Works .''?' by the City Council. .- . ;? :1

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MELBOURNE UNEMPLOYED. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

MELBO URNE . UNEMPLO YED. ? « ? [By Telegraph.] . (From our own Correspondent.) Melbourne, Tuesday. ''' The unemployed difficulty 'is becom ing more alarming. Large numbers are in a destitute condition, and the Government revenue is steadily de lining. ?:.-'??'?

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FINED FOR CONTEMPT OF COURT. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

FINED jroR CONTEMP.T^QJJl.^ ' '— ~* ? court' [By Telegraph.] (From Our Own Correspondent.) Melbourne, Tuesday. James Thompson, manager of the Evening Standard, was brought before the Chief Justice yesterday charged with alleged contempt of court. The defendant's paper published an article on the Mercantile Bank prosecutions Avhile the issue Avaa m doubt. ? . . T lie Chief Justice held that the of fence Avas proved, and fined defendant £100, and 7 days' imprisonment.

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A New Rush. A FAMINE PROBABLE. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

A New RuBh.v A FAMINE PROBABLE. [By Telegraph.] Y' '.-'-- (From Our Correspondent;) '* ; ? ? ? ?? Perth, This Day....;.; .Latest news from Southern Cross states that another rush has- taken taken place to a spot-ten- 10 miles from Hannas' discovery. . : There is a likelihood of a famiae for provisions shortly. Flour, is sell ing at £3 10s. per 50lb bag, and many are unable to obtain any at that price. 1 No new discoveries of importance are reported, but most of the men are doing well. .?'?-?'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

For Sale. W. B. MITCMEL] Sand & Stock Agent, db- xt :isr '&z xjr jel 3T . HAS FOK SALE:— mllREE Valuable Cattle Static X Properties in tlie South, and Oi Sheep Station in the North, Tl: latter with 1S000 sheep, 100 mites t Bheep-pvoof fencing, and other ver extensive improvements. FOR SALE :— -j f\ BUN BURY. Town Allotment: I \ / some being the best avai Ti-ble for ' purchasers. Also ^--Aci Suburban Lots, 200 Acre Lots, an 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 cany 5 tons. '. 1 Well bred 2-year-old Bull. '? ??'--?'?- FOR SALE.:— ; '1 AAA ACRES of Land, wit] JLvAJU frontage to the Perth Re and in close proximity to the Perth Bunbury railway, securely fenced am . lightly timbered ; the soil am drainage good. W. E. MITCHELL, Bunlrar] Bakers. H.BRASHAW*Co (Late or Svdnky, N.S.W.) Bakers, Pastrycooks and Confectioners THE BUNBURY BAKER\ VICT...

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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

Brevities.--' The German Army Bill has passed the second reading in ithe Reichstag .; by the narrow majority of 11, fixing the peace footing of the German ~: Army at 479,000, until 1S99. The third reading of the bill was passed by a majority of 16. 201 A'oted for the bill, and 185 against it. Imme diately the bill had been passed, tho Emperor closed the session, and thanked the members of the Reich stag for its patriotic action. ? ? . . . ? ; * * # The Chicago Exhibition is to be closed ou Sundays. The reason as signed is that ifc does not. pay to keep :. it open on that day. * ? * # From infoi-mation published in a Government Gazette in Queensland, it would appear that the Railway Commissioners in that colony have recently made considerable reductions ? in the Railway Department. AH grades of employees appear to haA'e suffered, It seems that different rates apply to the Northern and South oihi lines, the former district treated in an exceptional manner. The wages for porters,, for ...

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Greenbushes. GREENBUSHES, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

Greenbush.es.. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Greenbushes, Monday. A good supply of rain has fallen since my last, but a lot more is' wanted to start all the claims wash ing. Some have already commenced, but others are still waiting for rain, and consequently there is very little demand for labor. Two new patches of tin have been struck on the old Bunbury lease, a little to the westward of the dam. One by Mr. G. Wadington and the other by Messrs. Kelly and Co., showing fairly good ''prospects, but they have not been sufficiently opened up to form a reliable opinion as to the extent of good tin in them. A little rivalry has started in the butchering trade here ; Mr; Roberts has cut down his prices considerably, and Mr. Layman has done the same. We hope that there will be sufficient trade for both to do well. Now that our new post office is finished, the question is often asked, When are the Government going to make use of it ? It is a good building, better, I think, than, some of our ...

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THE MASONIC BANQUET. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

THE MASONIC BANQUET. To tee Editoh or The Heeald. Sir, — It was with surprise that I read an account in the local press of the Freemasons' Banquet, which took place last week. It is the general impression that such, gatherings of the Ancient and Honorable Order are confined to the members of the craft a-nd should not become public pro perty. I take it that the Grand master did not give any authority for part of the proceedings to be made public through, the press. If such a step is thought necessary, would it not be better for the usual practice to be followed which prevails, and send the press tickets? If this was done it would at least ensure a full, correct report, which in the in terests of the order, is to be preferred to a portion of the proceedings only appearing ; or, if it is not expedient that publicity should be given to these banquets, then it is highly re prehensible for any member to take upon himself to furnish a report of the proceedings. Thanking you in anticipation...

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LAND SETLLEMENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 July 1893

LAND SETLLE3IENT. To the Editor of The Heuald Sir, — I notice that Sir John Forrest is again going to re-introduce his Homestead JBill. That gentleman is worthy of all credit for the liberal views he takes of things, and the foresight that he possesses into the future. He sees, as any far seeing statesman must see, that the erreat desideratum to make this a pros perous colony is to get the people settled upon the land, and, while ad mitting that his bill is a, good one, I make bold to say that it will be a failure, except tho farmers of W.A. have protection from the importations of the other colonies. It is simply nonsense for any of our agricultural ists to try to compete with their more favourably situated brethren in the Eastern colonies. First, they have not got the lai-ge tracts of country (in many cases thousands of acres in extent), plains, with scarce a tree upon them — where steam ploughs, and other labor saving appliances can be worked to profit. And, se condly, the variou...

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