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

Far Sale. W. B. MITCHELL Land & Stock Agent, IS XT 3KT 23 TTVZEl. '3T . HAS FOE SALE :— mHREE Vahi8il)le Cuttle Station _L Properties in the South, and One Sheep Station in the North. The hitter with 1S000 sheep, 100 miles of. Klieep-proof ?fencing', and other very ?extensive improvements. FOR SALE:— -1 r\ BUN BURY Town Allotment?, JLv_/ some being 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 „ Cfydesdnte Cart Mares t- -,: 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, with JlUUU frontage to the Perth lid. and in close proximity to the Perth - Bunbury railway, securely fenced and lightly timbered ; the soil and drainagejgood. WJB. HEXttCHELJL, 'Bnnbury Bakers. H.BBASHAWaCo. (Late of SnixjiY, X.3.W.) -Bakers, Pastrycooks and Confectioners. THE BUIMBURY BAKERY VICTORIA ST....

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

THE' Children's- Concert ?.. Which was performed with great . success on July 20, will be repeated on lOJTliT'NEXT. August 7, at the CATHOLIC SCHOOLROOM, When the same programme, .with .a few slight alterations including E PS T-VTsTCE Will be given. The proceeds will be devoted towards the fund for the repair of the 'Catholic Schoolroom. ADMISSION : Reserved Chairs, 2s. ; Front Seats, Is. 6d. ; Back Seats, Is. Reserved Tiokets may be obtained afc Mr. Hands' Store. Doors Opv;a 7.30 Commence at 8. .

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Greenbushes. GREENBUSHES, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 August 1893

Greenlr&slies. (From Our OwnvCoru'erpondent.) Gketssbusher, Monday. We have had an abundant supply of rain up to date, arid nearly all the claim-holders are well supplied wil.h . water, so we- may' expect to see. the tin rolling out freely for the next three or four months. The stacks of. dirfc that have so far been operated on are yielding good results. ? There, nave been a good many men about the fields, looking, for work ' lately,, and I am 'pleased to say that ? most, of them have been, successful in finding it. . ? ', ; ' ; '. Mr. McKernan is putting a carrier's ' van on the road to cart between Bridgetown and the 'station. His ability as a carrier has long since been proved in the faithful way he has carried out his contracts for the mail services between tho above places, so there is little doubt but that he will command a fair share of the carting ? business;' No one -will deny but that our other carriers, Messrs. Blechyn den and Doust are worthy of praise' for the f...

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

For Sale. ? PUBLIC AUCTION. JAS. MOORE has received instruc tions from Mk. Pekdelton, the En jrineer in charge of the coal boring party, to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, on SATURDAY, 6th AUGUST, at 2 p.m. sharp — 1 Draught Horse (Paddy) 1 do do (Clyde) 1 Hack 1 Dray, with harness, &c, complete. Saddles, Bridles, -fcc, -fec. ' PUBLIC AUCTION. II. Hay & Son's Bankruptcy Estate. JAS. MOORE has rceeived instruc tions from the Trustee of the above estate, to sell by Public Auc tion on SATURDAY, 12th, AUG., *it 2 p*^., on the premises — 1 Grey Horse (Donald) 1 Bay Horse (imported) 1 Waggonette, with pole 1 Buggy, with pole and shafts. 7 Tons (more or less) Chaff 1 Boat, Sails and Oars 6 Iron 400 Gal. Tanks. Several sets Harness Special Advertisements. J^EW £JOASTAL gERVICE. £j&£?v CAPT. REID has much #vf^?§^ pleasure in informing the (^g^i Public of the Southern Districts that he has extended his carrying capacity for the COASTAL SERVICE between FREMANTLE and the SOUTHER...

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HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 August 1893

HALF-YEARLY MEETING. ? The half-yearly meeting of tlie Wellington Agricultural and Pastoral Society was held on Saturday after noon, immediately on the conclusion of Mr Harper's lecture. Present: The President (Mr. Li. H. Rose, sen.) in the chair, and; Messrs. 0. Harper, M.L.A., J. ? 1?- Johnston, Buckby, Taguire, A. F. Clifton, Partridge, Wollard, Rich, Baldock, Brockman, Rose, jr., and others. ? The minutes ot the last meeting -. were read. and confirmed. ' , : Mr Partrfdp-e '? ji ropos'ed and Mry : ,' ; Wcllard seconded— ?...'.? , : ' That the date for holding the Show be ? fixed for Wednesday, 15th, November.' :. Alter. a gooadeal ot discussion tms was carried. , .Mr. Partridge proposed ..and:, Miv [ - Rose, jr., secondedr— , ; 'That officers be appointed at this'ineetiug * instead of at the-meeting held after the Show' Mr. Baldock moved and Mr. A. F, Clifton seconded an amendment — ' That officers be appointed at the mooting held after the Show, and take office on the first, of...

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 August 1893

THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2, 1893. Poblic indignation has been con siderably rampant both here and ;at the Vasse during the past week, «.t the astounding intelligence so suddenly sprung upon the com munity m relation to the action of the Government in withdrawing the contracts for the construction of the Bunbury Railway Station, and the Busselton Railway Line. Little surprise can be expressed at the irate attitude of the public in connection with a matter so inti mately affecting not alone the in« terests of these districts, but to some extent the credit of the co lony. The outcome of this natural and reasonable excitement cul minated in the public meeting held on Monday evening last, a report of which will be found in another column, and in view of the crravitv of the situation the language used by the speakers must be regarded as extremely temperate. Despite our consistent and unvarying sup port of the policy of the present Ministry, we cannot but character ise the erra...

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WELLINGTON A. & P. SOCIETY COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 August 1893

WELLINGTON A $? P. SOCIETY ? ' ? 7^r COMMITTEE MEETING! After Mr. Harper had concluded his address on Saturday morning on the es tab isliment. of abieamery, a committee meeting of the society was held for the purpose of considering tenders, which were received for ploughing andhaiTcrw inff the showground. There were 8 ot the . committee present, witli tlie rresi dent in the;ahair. Five tenders were re eeived'-viifrMK- Delaporte, £15 10s.; Ji. TvleV £15VE. W. Withers, £10 10s.;. C W. Harris, £7 10s. ; and T; C. Bffaeguire, £6 17s. 6d. After some dis cussion the tender of C, W, 'Hams at £7 10s., Vtho promised to make a thorough goodjobof it, and to start immediately, was accepted, ?. Correspondence. ? The following correspondence was l'ead and received : Busselton, 15th June, 1S93. To tub Ho-\ Sec. WELiiXGTON A. & 1*. Society. ... Dear Sik.— At the meeting of the S. D. Acrrii-nlMiral Society, held on ..the 27th ult., the a;l vantage or otherwise, of holch ng our shows later in...

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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 August 1893

Topics of the Week. ? *V ? The numerous friends of Mr. A. Spencer will be glad to hear that he has fully recovered from the effects of tho fall from his horse. He was well enough to take part in the football match played on the plains last Saturday. * « In our last issue we stated that at Messrs. Brashaw and Co's new restaurant supper could be obtained half-an-hour after midnight, Our reporter was in error, as the intention was to convey in formation to the public that dinners could be had in the restaurant halfan hour after noon. In connection, we may remark, that Messrs, Brashaw and Co's restaurant has been most elaborately fitted up, and has a most inviting and appetising appearance. * # Dr. Cecil H. Jones, the gentleman ga' zetted last week as .Resident Medical Of ficer to the Blackwood district, left for Bridgetown on Monday. The arrival of a medical man in Bridgetown will be an agreeable surprise to the residents of Bridgetown, Greenbushes, and the sur rounding country, as no ...

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SPORTS AT THE VASSE. (FORM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 August 1893

SPORTS AT TEE VASSE. (Fokm Our Cokeespoxdext.} Vasse, Saturday. The sports organised by Mr. A. Moore and others passed off very suc cessfully. The private match be tween Holgate and Gilbertson and the half-hour's Go-as-you-please both resulted in a surprise. For the Sheffield, Mr. Barnard acted as started Messrs. Bovell and Abbey, judges; Mr. Thurkle, referee; Mr. Bovell, handicapper ; Mr. Hough: timekeeper. For the private match, Messrs, Milne and Thurkle acted as judges, and Mr. Barnard as starter. The various events resulted as follows : Sheffield Handicap. — 120Yds. 1st heat. E. Smith (11yds.) ? 1 F. Munro (13yds.) ? 2 J. Todd (14yds.) ? ... 3 Time, 14secs. 2nd heat. J. Isaacs (5yds.) ? 1 D, Gregg (15yds.) ? 2 J, Holgate was scratched. No time taken. A. Morgan (16yds.) ? 1 E.Dawson (13yds.) ... ... 2 Harwood (12yds.) ? ... 3 Time, 12|secs. 4th heat. W. Holgate (12yds.) .... ... 1 G. Tonkin, (15yds.) ? 2 W. O'Donnel (14yds.)... .... 3 5th HEAT. G.Warner (15yds) ? .1 G. Thomas (11...

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Vasse. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 August 1893

Vasse. (From Our Correspondent.) Vasse, Saturday. On Wednesday evening last an in vitation dance was held at the resi dence of Mr. J. Dawsbn, sen., at ISTewtown, and notwithstanding the veiy wet weather, over 20 put in an appearance and a very enjoyable even ing was spent, the younger portion of the company keeping the dancing up till daylight. I hear that a return dance is to be given shortly at Quiu dalup. I am told that Mr. Davies intends giving his employees a holiday to-day when various sports will be got up. The large dwelling-house com menced some time since near Karri dale for Mr. M. C. Davies is fast ap proaching completion. The question is often asked, 'When are we going to have a surveyor in our district? To my certain know ledge there are a good many blocks of land awaiting survey, some of which have been paid for for 15 years, and still remain unsurveyed. Persons often wonder at letters going astray. Is it to be wondered at when we find letters coming from the Lands Off...

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PERTH-BUNBURY MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 August 1893

PERTS-BUNBURY MAIL SEEVICE. The following is the Proposed Time Table for the South-Western Railway between Perth and Bunbury : ? Tues. DOW-ST Thurs. Mon Satd'y ? ' a.m. p.m. r. .ii. ? ,i»r. q an \9, o rerin, ? «*-jr ' '~ -- ~ Burswood ? 9 41 12 11 Cannington, ? „ ^ bJ,\l ., Kelmscott, ... ... „ 10 2112 o4 Armadale ? „ l'- 37 1 7 Jarrahdale Junction „ 11 15 1 4o Serpentine ? „ 11 33 2 3 p.m. Pinjarrah ... ... arr. 12 30 3 0 Pinjarrah ... ... dep 10 3 30 Coolup ? ... „ 1 27 3 57 Drake's Brook, ... „ 155 4 2o Cookernup Brook,... „ 225 4 55 Harvey, ? ,. 2 45 5 15 Mornington, .;. ... » 3- J) 5 3» Brunswick, ? „ 3 30 6- 0 Collie ... ? ? „ ? ? * J £2 Leschenault ? , „ 3 08 6 28 S.W. Junction ? 4 13 6 43 Bunbury ? arr 4 3 7 0 Wed, Tjp Fri. &. Mon, Sat, ? Bunbury, ... dep 8 01 9 15.11 15 S.W.Junction „ 8 17 9 32 1 32 Leshenault ... „ 8 32 9 4711 47 p.m. Collio ? , 8 5010 5 12 5 Brunswick ... „ 9 010 1512 15 Mornington... „ 9 2110 36 2 3G Harvey ? „ 9 4G 11 1 1 1 Cookernup Brook,, 10 ...

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Roads Board. WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 August 1893

Roads Board. ? V ? WELLINGTON. The Monthly meeting of the Wel lington Roads Board was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Saturday, July 29th. Present: Messrs. J. Maguire, J. F. Johnston, J.P., A. F. Clifton, J. Baldock and Hough. In the absence of the chairman, Mr. Jas. Maguire was voted to the chair.. Accounts. The following accounts were passed for payment : — The Station Master, Bunbury, f .-eight on gravel, £2-1 0s 6d. J. Kelly, repairing two culverts on the Blackwood Road, £15. H. E. Reading, advertising and print ing. £3 6s. A. Boswell, on account of carting sjravel, it*). W. J. Buswell, 2 days' work on Aus tralind Road, £12. T. Williams, jr., ditching 40 chains along Kokalup plain, and clearing O'Meehan's drain, £22 18s. C. Gardiner, clearing drain at Weder burn, £1 10s. Thos.Williams, ditching near Stratham and clearing tree, £2 4s 8d. Thos. Williams, 534 yards of stone* £16 15s. J. Doolan, repairing culvert, 18s. T. C. Maguire, making drain at Henty's Hill, £4 11s lOd. Jas...

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DAIRYING AND ENSILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 August 1893

DAIRYING AND ENSILAGE. The Hon. C. Harper, M.L.A., deli vered a lecture on Dairying and En silage on Saturday afternoon, under the auspices of the Wellington Agri cultural and Pastoral Society, the President (Mr. Rose J.P.) in the chair. The Lecturer, who was introduced by the chairman, expressed the plea Bure it afforded him to address the I meetine, and then entered on his sub ject as follows : Wanted fresh butter to the value of £50,000, to be delivered within 12 months! This may sound rather a startling proclamation, but I hope to be able to prove to you that this notice is up, though not in large letters yet. A reference to the Blue Book for lastyear shows that nearly 700,0001bs. of butter entered through the Cus toms, and being valued at lOd per | lb., cost the importers nearly £dO,-JUU! ?Rr fJiP t.imfi this is on the consumers table it has probably cost him on an average not less than Is. 6d. per lb., or £42,500. It may be fairly as sumed that the consumer would prefer to pay...

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

1/ -OiAfo W« Jkh- ^Alljiiii. jL9 ? _ ? ? ? VICTORIA STREET, BLIKBUEY. Watclies Thoroughly Esazained. Repairs done with despatch at the lowest possible prices, ; _ Old f asliioiied JcNvWliery made up .into tlie'itt) west designs by an experienced ; ? ' .. tradesman. . _'. , ''.__ _ ,..._'_ ? .-: -':.

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

WILLIAM SMITH, 'CABINET MAKER, UPHOLSTEEEE AND tOftDEBTAXEB. VICTORIA STREET,' BUNBURY. SOTEEALS CONDUCTED. -PLANTS DRAWN. ESTIMATES GIVEN, Standings Supervised.

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

Notices. | m° J. MCHENRT CLARK'S ! GO :hf»q:£» ®s, S2a.o-27'fc ^JLmrao OxaJLy L^j Previous to Stock-taking. |'J| Sale Now On. Sale Now On. 3 A.LL SHIMMED HATS AT HALF PRICE. iS: ALL LADIES' ULSTERS AT HALF PRICE. i OS ! \~3 ALL LADIES' JACKETS AT HALF. PRICE. i ^ ? {^J .200 UNTRIMMED HATS AT 6d. EACH. H GREAT BARGAINS ^ CARPETS, FLOOR CLOTHS, MATS, BUGS, F£ BLANKETS, Etc., Etc., Qjj ? BOOTS OF AU SOBTS ¥EEY CHEAP. ? W BUNBURY & FREMANTLE.

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

Shipping. ^ '^Jt-Jk AD ELAID.E (Under Contract with the 'West Austra lian Government for the Con veyance of Mails) 'Will despatch their Splendid Steamships as under : — To BunMry Eoads, Vasse Eoads, and Quindalup (from Eremantle). FLINDERS, 'August 9, at 4.30 p.m. No cargo received after 2 p.m. on day of sailing. To Dongarra and Geral&ton (from Eremautle). Blinders, August ie, at 4.30 p.m. No cargo ean be rejeived af tcr 2 . p.m on day of sailing. To Gsraldton. Sharks Bay, Carnarvon Eoads, Ashburton Soads, Pearling p- Grounds, Roebuck Bay, Cossack and Derby, COLAO, Wedm-slay, July 26, 5 p.m. From Melbourne and Adelaide, with transhipments from Sydney, mir T \rtm 1 Leaves Melb. July 25 BLLLARRAj ^ Ade. July 29 EOBT. FOEEEST, Local Agent. -i. ? »v TT U D D A R T ^fei 11 P A RKEE ?«i3^^^^^^3s,AND CO.'S LINE. CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICES. Prom Melbourne and Adelaide. NEMESIS \ Yf!°Tei ?ul?o14 (_ Adelaide, July 19. Sydney, July 22. TAS ANIA Melbourne, July 25. Adelaide, July 29. ...

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Lectures. CREAMERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 August 1893

Lectures. . ^ — CREAMERIES. The Hon. C. Harper, M.L.A., de livered a very able lecture on the subject of the establishment of a creamery. The lecture was given un der the auspices of the Wellington Agricultural and Pastoral Society in the Mechanics' Institute on Saturday last, at 10 a.m., Mr. tt. H. Rose, J.P., president of the association in the chair. _ The chairman said that Mr. C . Harper, M.L.A., had kindly consented to deliver an address on Creameries, and to discuss a project he had in hand. He then introduced Mr. Har- 1 per, who was well received. Mr. Harper said that he had been thinking of approaching the dairymen of the Bunbury district for some time past, and the letter from the A. and P.JSociety was most opportune. As most of the gentlemen present -.»„„ otcoTP he had been in the dairying business for a long time, and the business was surrounded by Kreat advantages. The difficulty to be contended with was to make a superior quality of butter and to keep it in good form. ...

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MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 August 1893

MUTUAL IMPROVENENT SOCIETY. V I The nsual meeting of the Mutual Improvement Society took place on Wednesday evening last, Mr. Wood row in the chair. After the usual business of the ! society had been disposed of, a copy of the ' Homesteads' Bill ' was handed to me cDairman, wnu uui lined its general features, and then called upon Mr. Gibbs to move — That ia the best interests of the colony, the Homesteads1 Bill is desirable. Mr. Gibbs, in the course of a short address, said he would deal more directly with the principle of the Bill- The great question to be con sidered was : What shall we do with our land? We had in this colony vast areas -which had not been cul tivated, and unless it was made to yield a profitable return, the country could not possibly be expected to prosper. The backbone of England is her agricultural resources, and the greatness of America could with propriety be attributed to the same cource. Germany offered every in ducement to the people to settle on the land,...

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Boyanup. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 August 1893

Boyanup. [From Our Correspoxdext.] Monday. The sad accident which happened last Wednesday afternoon to Al x. Swanson, cast quite a gloom o^. er this little community for the time beirio-. ' Swan son- was as well liked as known, and having been on the works'' from the commencement had become a general tavorite. ne nau vmy ueuu working at the adzing machine bi t a few hours when the accident hap pened. No one seemed to know exactly how the mishap occurred. Swanson was on the top of the table oiling the machine when his foot. must*have slipped, and in a second the disaster was accorn plished. Nay nes are a generous lot ot Teiiov\ s ; no .ooner was the accident known than .he subject of consultation was how to ?eleive poor Alex's necesities. There is very little of importance b report this week. Work h^s gone in steadily, and unless Jupiter Pluvius interferes too much this* week and will see the plates as far as Ii-igwell's, Ballasting would com mence at once, were it not for the want o...

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