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Greenbushes. GREENBUSHES, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 July 1893

Greenbushes. — $- — ? . (From Our Own Correspondent.) Greexbushes, Monday. A splendid lot of rain has fallen during the past week, and nearly all the claims have started washing, giving the field quite a lively ap pearance. The nsual monthly meeting of the G. M. P. A. was held on Saturday evening hist. There was a very small attendance, on account of the unfavorable state of the weather. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The sub ject for discussion, the appointment of a resident doctor to the Black wood, was then entered into. Mr. Walter stated that they were forming a committee in Bridgetown, for the purpose of getting a guarantee for the Blackwood district of £50 per annum. This, with the Government subsidy, would, make £250. It was was decided to support the move ment. Mr. Brand held his usual monthly service on Sunday afternoon. There was a large and attentive audience, and the Rev. gentleman's remarks were very much appreciated.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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GOVERNMENT INSPECTORS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 July 1893

GOVERNMENT INSPECTORS. ? ? ^ ? To the Editoe of The Herald. Sib, — A letlei- wnica appeared m the Sotdhera Times of the loth, inst., under the vom de ^jZjtwe of :i Boyanup,' con demning the Government for employing the 'present staffof Government surveyors and inspectors, and inferring that those gentlemen arc idling their time, and that little advantage is gained for the Govern ment by their supervision of the public works of the Southern districts. I cannot understand how any person could write such an epis:le, exuept through spiteful motives. It is certainly false — those gentlemen aro most painstaking and in industi'ious in the interest of the Govern ment, and thousands of pounds -will be probably saved by their close scrutiny, especially of the railway works, which they are closely and carefully watching as the work progresses. I. as a resident of Boyanup, emphatically den3r the charges made against those oliicers, aud I am in a position to know how attentive they are iu the ma...

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Vasse. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 July 1893

Vasse. ? e ? (FiiOii Oi'R CoKKE.sroxi-i:.vr.) Vasse, Saturday. We aro having a most splendid season here for all purposes, and if it only continues us favorable, we ought to have splendid crop.?. I wan informed the other day that news had been received here from our member, assuring us that the Government would accept the ten ders for onr j-ailr/ay on the 15th of August, as Tiolified in the Gazette This is most cwtainly jrood nevr.s. Mr. Law, of the firm of Hessr.s. Aitkin and Luv.', an-ived liei-e on Tuesday last, and left u^ain ihe fol lowing day. His visit vrvs, I believe, in connection vdih -mv lsilavay line, for which he intend* fo XhvAhi: Mr. IP. B* Tints in .spoken of as a likely candidate to S31 the vacancy caused 'bv tie resignation ox Ms. li. Brockraan. Mi% Coe. the.ccn.feaetarfari'learing and 'bridging tiie estsv- 3-02.3. to the Margaret, is making vejy fair pro gress with Ms tt-?t£. In my last jon leii a ttoi-5 or t^o out. which makes tnat portion of raj letter referring...

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THE SALVATION ARMY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 July 1893

THE SALVATION ARMY. ? * ? To the Editok of The Herald. Sir. — I note, in your issue of Jaly 12th, under the above beading, a letter written by one signing him self ' Surprised.' Perhaps be will be more sui'prised when I inform him that his statements from first to last, are — to put it mildlv — incorrect. In the first place, he says that the Salvation Ai*my paid all expenses from Perth and back, ' and all this out of the pockets of the Bunbury people.' Kindly allow nie to inform. ' Surprised ' that it was not all out of the pockets of the people of Bun bury, for tbe bandsmen paid part, and some all, of tbeir own fare, be sides losing three days' work and pay. Yoiu1 correspondent also says that he was informed, upon good authority, that the sum collected am ounted to £25, leaving a balance of £10 for the local corps. Well, that certainly is correct, although very misleading; and therefore for the especial benefit of 'Surprised' I have taken the trouble to go to Staff-Captain Knight, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 July 1893

Government Advertisement:?. PEBTH-JBUNBUltr RAILWAY. Bunbury llailway Station Contract and Boyaimp-Busselton Bailway Bussclton Contract. rFIHESE Contracts for which tenders JL were called receivable up to TUES DAY, 8tli. AUGUST, and TUESDAY, loth. AUGUST, proximo respectively, have been withdrawn until further notice. (Signed) H. W. TENTS', Commissioner of Railways and Director of Public Works. Public Works Office, Perth. 22nd. July, 1893. General Post Office, Perth, IGtli June, 1893, 'T^EPOSITORS arc requested to for JL^ward their Savings Bank Passbooks on or before the 31st July next, through the nearest Post Office, for examination and insertion of Interest due for the half-year ending 30th instant. R. A. SHOLL. . Postmaster General and General Superintendent of Telegraphs. Tenders WELLINGTON A. & P. SOCIETY. mENDERS by letter addressed to the JL undersigned on or before FRIDAY, 28tjt, JULY, are invited for PLOUGH ING and HARROWING the Show -Ground (about -Ii- acres), ten...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 July 1893

WILLIAM SMITH, CABINET KAKER, UPHOLSTEHER AND UNDERTAKER. \ . ? VICTORIA STREET, BUNBURY. FUNERALS CONDUCTED. PLANS DRAWN. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Buildings Supervised. W. E. CATLETT, : __TO VICTORIA STREET, BUNBORY. 'Watches Thoroughly Examined. ? ?_ Repairs clone tcith despatch at the lowest possible prices. Old fashioned Jewellery made up into the newest designs by mi experience tradesman.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 July 1893

Shipping. ^* _-~3c^kv AI) ELAII)E (Under Contract with the West Austra lian Government for the Con veyance of Mails) Will despatch their Splendid Steamships as under : — To Buntrary Roads, Vasse Roads, and Quindalup (from Freinantle). FLINDERS, July 25, at 4.30 p.m. No cargo received after 2 p.m. on day of sailing. To Dongarra and Geraldton (from Freniantle). FLINDERS, July 18, at 4.30 p.m No cargo can he received after 2 p.m on day of sailing. To Geraldton. Sharks Bay, Carnarvon Roads, Ashburton Roads, Pearling Grounds, Roebuck Bay, Cossack and 'v' Derby, COLAC, Wednesday, July 26, 5 p.ni Prom Melbourne and Adelaide, with transhipments from Sydney. BULLARRA ] Leaves Uf\K ^ ?5 J „ Ade. July 29 ' ' ROBT. FORREST, Local Agent. -v\ XT U D D A R T 'S^fgSSftk 11 PARKER ^a^ygjSj^jt^/^ A Tsm CO.'S LINE. CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICES. From Melbourne and Adelaide. NEMESIS (f,el^TleT ^o14* ( Adelaide, July 19. [ Sydney, July 22. TASMANIA J Melbourne, July 25. ( Adelaide, July 29. For Geraldton...

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Education Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 July 1893

Education Reform. ? & ? By Uno. Like Silas Wegg your contributor is apt to burst into poetry. His penchant must be restrained, how ever, till circumstances call for so great a ' crusher,' as Dick Swiveller would say, administered by E.T.D. to the Bev. E. St. Clairs. Doctors -r differ, and so do parsons. Aye ! and ?will fight too. The promised article on ' clerical effusions and intrusions' may not be required. Now that they have set each other, there is likely to be as great an annihilation as oc curs in a fight of Kilkenny cats. Talents differ also vide 'the quanel between the mountain and the squirrel.' Altho' the Tipton educa tion has failed a certain Rev. gentle man in respect to grammar and ictter writing, it is but reasonable to sup pose, it has done something more for him than calling forth the small - modicum of talent he has displayed in advancing the Education question. Employed in a proper channel doubt less the country will receive much more permanent good than i...

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GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 July 1893

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS. _ ? v ? To the Editoe of The Herald. Sir. — I find, by advei tisements in the Perth, papers and a slip issued from your office, that the Bunbury Station and Boyanup-Busselton Hail way contracts have been withdrawn by the Government, without affording nnv reason whatever for cloinir so. Only last week we had the assurance of the Premier of the colony — a gentleman whom I hold in high es teem — that the tenders for the Boyanup-Busselfcon Bail way would be accepted -on the date advertised in the Government Gazette, and it ap pears very strange that in a ? few days after the Premier's assurance, the tenders for both these important works are to be withdrawn. This was astounding news to us con tractors, and we tried to reason out the cause of the withdrawal, which was generally set down as want of funds. But this explanation we looked upon as simply absurd, as the Government were in a position to proceed with these works a fortnight ago. The finances of the colony c...

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The Coolgardie. A 200-OUNCE PIECE. PERTH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 July 1893

The Coolgardie. A 200-OUNCE PIECE. [Bt Telegraph.] .(From Our Correspondent.) Perth, Monday. Reports froni both Coolgardie and the 30-mile are very good. There must be quite 2000 men on the field. A large number of men are doing well on the new rush ; while Bayley's ' Reward Claim on Coolgardie is rich er than ever. One piece, carrying 200ozs. was taken out of it.

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 July 1893

PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesdat, July 25. [J3v Telegraph.] (From Oor Correspondent.) The third reading of the Treasury Bills Bill ; the Bill was passed. The Supply Bill has passed through all the stages, the Colonial Secretary stating that the money was required for salaries for the current month. Tho Post Office Savings Bank has passed its second reading. The House then adjourned.

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Serious Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 July 1893

Serious Accident. A very serious accident oc curred to an employe of Messrs. B_yfielcl and Kisely, contractors, 'by winch a man, whose name we have not been aLle to ascertain, injured his leg. It appears that the unfox tunate man was in the act of oiling1 the adzei*, which was in motion, when by some means his leg got caught in tho machine, and was crushed. He was at once brought down to Bunbury by train, accom panied by one of the contractors, and taken to the hospital. Un fortunately Dr. Lovegrove was away, but on returning, immediate ly attended the poor fellow. Just before going to press wo in terviewed Dr. Lovegrove, who in formed us that the man's name was Swan.ston. The Dr. was of opinion, that the injured limb vrould have to bo amputated.

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Boyanup. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 July 1893

Boyanup. [Frou Our Correspondent.] Monday. The wet weather this past week or so has very considerably hampered the woi'k on the Minninup line. Notwithstanding, however, good pro gress has been made. The plate lay ing has nearly reached the saw-mill. This point would no doubt havo been reached on Saturday but for the boggy state of the earthworks near there, the engine and material trucks having sunk to their axles early on Saturday afternoon, stopping work until this morning. 'With a week's fine weathci', however, good progress will doubtless be made, and I hope to be able to report that the plates are Laid as far as the cutting, nine miles from here. . I see that someone under the nom de plume of Boyaimp, lias addressed your contemporary, complaining of the extravagance of the Enginecrin Chief's Department in having so large a staff of engineers in the Southern districts. As to the general extrava gance of this Department, I am not in a position to express an opinion, but if the re...

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RETRENCHMENT IN NEW SOUTH WALES. PAYMENT OF MEMBERS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 July 1893

RETRENCHMENT IN NEW SOUTH WALES. ? $ ? PAYMENT OF MEMBERS. [By Telegraph.] (From Uur Uork.es pondent,) Sydney, Monday. In addressing his constituents on Saturday, Sir George Dibbs said that the Government propose to endeavor to abolish the payment of members, as it had proved a curse to the country. He also said that the colony's special revenues will, in future, be allocated to the payment, of interest due on bonds.

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STORMY WEATHER AT ALBANY. ALBANY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 July 1893

STORMY WEATHER AT ALBANY. [By Telegraph.] [From Our Correspondent.] Albany, Sunday. H.M.S. Ringarooma left hei'e on Tuesday last for Fremau tie, but en conntered stormy weather the same day. Next clay she took shelter in Flinders Bay, where she stayed a day. Then she tried to round the Leenwin, but found the weather too rough. and conseqxiently she returned to Flinders Bay and thence to Albany, arriving h ere yesterday morning. O n the run round from Flinders Bay to Albany she lost one of her port boats and had another stove in. The barque Southern Belle, bound from Port Adelaide to Natal with a cargo of flour, also met the full force of the gale. She was off the Leeuwin. when the violence of the gale placed the vessel on her beam ends. As soon as she righted suffici ently, the captain determined to put bis vessel before the wind and run for Albany, where she arrived this morning, with most of her canvas gone and her cargo damaged.

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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 July 1893

THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. ? ♦ ? [By Cable.] [From our Own Correspondent.] London, Friday. The match with Somersetshire, at Tauntou, was postponed, on account of the wet weather. Saturday. The visitors in their first innings, were all disposed of for 107, or 12 runs behind the home team. Somersetshire's second innings only lasted 75 minutes, and closed for 64 runs. With 76 to make to win, and 90 minutes to play, the visitors started the batting with Lyons and Banner man. The Australians won the match by six wickets and two runs, and with twelve minutes to spare. London, Monday The first innings of the Australia in their match againt Middlesex closed for 247, Blackham, 42 ; Trum ble, not out, 61. Middlesex only compiled 98 in their . first innings. London, Tuesday. Tho Australians in their second innings made 457 ; Gregory, 112 ; ?Tnrner, not out, 65;

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THE COLLIE COALFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 July 1893

THE COLLIE COALFIELD. v ? 'We have received from the Works Depart ment, the followiug reports bv Mr. W, B. Pendelfon, tiie mining engineer iu charge of the boring opera' ions oil the Collie coalfield: — 22nd June, 1S93. — I havo the honor to re port the clrii't has been driven n distance of 22ffc. since my last letter of lot Juuo. Tho appearance of the coal is generally improved, though the bl;ick jet-looking bands of coal have dissappearcd. Its behaviour in the fire shows indications o2 greater calorific value. The water in the seams continues as heretofore. The amount 06 coal raised dur ing fortnight ending 13th Juue, equals 38 tons. Goal per acre : In tho scam Ave are now working I compute Micro are 25,93S tons in oue acre of coal. Thickness of clean coal being 16£ ft., spec. grav. 1*3. 'With regard to the quantify of coal to be won I am of opinion that there is far more than sufliclcufc to warrant tho construction of a railway, the only t'.iiug of which there may be any doubt, i...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 26 July 1893

Death. Johnston — At her residence, Leschenault on the 18th inst., Mary, relict of the late H. R. Johnston, aged 71 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 August 1893

Wanted. T*7ANTED. — Eespectable Youth as * * Useful. Apply ROSE HOTEL, WANTED.— A Eespectable Person, for General Housework, and as sist with Children. Apply— . MRS. TUBNER, . WANTED TO BUY.— 20 Acres Good Land, more or less, frontage to Leschenault Estuary. State price per acre, and locality to — J. L., Office of this paper. KOOMBAKA STEAM Roller Flour Mill, BUNBURY, — O 3KT ^ _^. X* ES By the Undersigned. Best Eollcr, Flour, £9 15s. per ton. Single Bag, 20s. , half bag, 10s. 6d. quarter bag, os. 6d. Pollard, 7s. per 1001b s. Bran, 6s. 6d. per lOOlbs. Oats, 3s. 2d. per bushel. Crushed Oats, 3s. 6d. per bushel. Wheat (seed), 4s. 6d. per bushel. Fowls wheat, '6s. per bushel. Barley, 3s. 6d. per bushel. Peas, 4s. bushel. Pigsfood (sweepings), os. per bag. Bone Dust, 7s. per cwt. REDUCED RATES for QUANTITY. Delivered Free any part of town, su burbs, or railway station. EOBEET FORREST. ME. A SCHOFIELD has just re ceived a New Assortment of Chinese Fans, Japanese Screens, Fancy Glass Orn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 August 1893

Wanted. NOTICE. F Application having been re ceived for the post of Teacher for the Dwalganup School, Applica- . tions are again invited up to 30th. 'August.. ' ? Also Applications for Teachers for the Tinfield. School (male or female^, '?'?. iare again invited to same date.,- As this school is an important : and in- ^ creasing pii'e* the Board would prefer an Experienced Teacher. r Testimonials must, be sent with applications to the . secretary up to 30th;- August, ?J.ALLNUTT. Hon. Sec. Blackwood District Board of Education. T OST.— A Black Leather Bound B J BOOEi about 9in x 7in, containing private code. Finder rewarded on return ing to M. C. DAVIES, Karridale. (Ti RAZIERS' 'OUTCHERINa ''. COMPANY. JO UBTHER. JA;EDUCTION IX Roberts, Cooper 1 Co Beg to inform the residents of Buubiuy that they Have Further Reduced Their Prices, BEEP (of tbc First Quality) 5d per lb COBNED BEEF ? ? 4kl „. SAUSAGES ? ... 6d „ Roberts, Cooper 1 Co GRAZIERS' BUTCHERING CO. -C?la.«3Si22- Meats 'MESSES. ...

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