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France and Siam. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

. France and Siam. [Br Cable.] [Fkoji oua Own. CouiiESPOiri-EST.J Loxbox, Wednesdav. Mr. Balfpur is responsible for the statement that if Lord Roseberry had not ko industriously advertised the opinion that England had no interest in Siam, France wonld not have taken such a high-handed course. Later. The captain of one of the French., steamers in Siamese waters has apolo gised to the captain' of H.M.S. Pallas foi' his behaviour during the recent blockade. ' London, Monday. The Siamese are placing the French in possession of the .ceded territory on the south eastern coast. . The King of .Camdodia threatens to recover the province of Bafctanbang, and asserts that Siam has ceded some of his territory.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

Municipal Council. V The monthly meeting of the Muni cipal Council was held in the Me chanics' Institute on. Monday night. Present : The Mayor and Crs. Clarke, Floyd, Gibbs, and Moore. After the minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, the following accounts were passed for payment : M. Hav and Son, oil, etc., ... 14 6 E, Hal'l, lighting ? 3 0 3 Do., 9{ clays' work ... 2 15 6 P. J. Tcedc, carting ? 2 9 0 The Mayor stated that he had for warded by request a resolution passed *it a public meeting of which he was chairman held on the previous Mon day evening, urging on the Govern ment tlie immediate construction of the public works recently withdrawn, aud liad received an answer from, the Pj'fSM ifir ns follows ; Premier's Office, Perth, oth August, 18S3. To ITis Worship, The Mayor of Buubmy. Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge the yeceiyt of your letter forwarding a involution passed at a public meeting iu Bunbury, in re gard to the withdrawal oc the Boyanujj 'Busse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

W. E. CATLETT, T VICTORIA STREET, BUNBUHY. Watches Thoroiagiily Examined. ji&pairs done with despatch at the lowest possible prices Old fashioned Jewellery made up into the newest designs by an experienced tradesman.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

._. WILLIAM SMITH, / CABINET 1EAKER, UPHOLSTERER AND UNDERTAKER. / VICTORIA STREET, BUNBURY. FUNERALS CONDUCTED. PLANS BRAWN. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Buildings Supervised.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

ITotices. ' rilFj» MCHEWBT CLAJ&K»S Tt\ ~~ — ~~~ — — — — — — ..?.-— — — ? -—- ~— ~— — — a~'^''T'^r- '?''?' ? ' ^ S^oie? sl- g32a.o-2ri& t3?5.33a.e O2S.13T ^^ Previous to Stock-faking. 5j Sale Now Ons Sale Now On. S ALL TRIMMED HATS AT HALE P1UCE. CD S ALL LADIES' ULSTERS AT HALF PRICE. \J ALL LADIES' JACKETS AT HALF PRICE. QQ 200 UNTRIMMED HATS AT 6d. EACH. ? eh G-KEAT BARGAINS -j CABFJSTS, FLOOR CLOTHS, MATS, BUGS, J^ - BLANKETS, Me, Etc., p3 ? BOOTS OF AI.Ii BOBTB VKEY CHEAP. ? H5 ^f. :&£:o:o::Hg:s£r:E:L3r olarb:, : W BUNBURY & FBEMANTLE. ? — — ? — Government Advertisements PEKTH-BUSBTJRY RAILWAY. Bunbury Railway Station Contract and Boyanup-Bussclton Railway Bussclton Contract. TjflHESE Contracts for which tenders jl_ were called receivable up to TUES DAY, 8th. AUGUST, and TUESDAY, loth. AUGUST, proximo respectively, Lave been withdrawn until further notice. (Signed) H. W. YENtf, Commissioner of Railways and Director of Public 'Works. Public. Works...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

Shipping. '-. ''- ^ tT ad elaide '*B3S^^u,y\ s. s. c o., ?^aaEsaaasajggagia* (Luiited) (Under Contract with the West Austra lian Government for the Con veyance of Mails) Will despatch their Splendid Steamships as under : — To Dongarra and Geraldton (from Fremantle). FLINDERS, August 8, at 4.30 .p.m. No cargo can be received after 2 p.m on day of sailing. From Melbourne and Adelaide, with transhipments from Sydney. A r- T7T \ T-n-n 7 Leaves Melb. Ang. 8 J ,, Ade. Aug. 11 EOBT. FOEB-EST, Local Agent. -j -v ? % XT U D D A R T '^WZX WK -tL P A R K E R ^sll^ks.AND CO.'S LINE. CAEGO AND PASSENGER SERVICES. T. HAYWA11D, Agent. ?jVTEW' SERVICE OF STEAMERS. Owners— McILWRAITH, McEACK ERN & CO., Ltd. (Under Contract with, the Govern in ent of Western Australia.) From the Colonies ( From Sydney July 19. BULIMBA} „ Melb. 'July 24. ( „ Adelaide July 27 For further information apply to — THOS. HAYWAKD & SON, Agents, Bunbury ]£T3W £JOASTAI/ jgERVlCS fipK CAPT. REID has much JsP$%^....

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. MONDAY, AUGUST 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

. PAELIAMENT. [By Telegraph.] (Fkom 0-i-i.j Correspondent.) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Monday, August 7. Sir John Forrest at ouce moved— 'That the house adjourn ' owinn- to the death of Mr, Burgess.' ° He said, the country had lost an energetic and enterprising man ; one whose interests were wrapped up in the progress of the colony. They could ill afford to lose such a man at the present juncture when a man of his character and capability was so much in demand. Mr. De Hamel seconded the motion which was carried. Tuesday, August 8. The second reading of the Home steads Bill was proceeded with. The majority of the members spoke ap proving generally of the measure, but demanding concessions in committee. The Premier, replying, said that the. ; reason why the financial clauses av ere withdrawn- was on account of the opposition from the country districts'. The second reading- was then passed without, division. ' The Constitution Bill passed ?through, eoinniitteo' without further alteration. ....

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THE WALKING MATCH. PERTH, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

THE WALKING MATCH V ? [BY BliECTRIC TELUCEAPrr.] (From Oub. Owar Cojjrespondext.) . Peutii, To-day. The first heat of the walking match was won last night by Gorman, al though his style of walking was much disproved. . ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

For Sale. W. B. MITCKELI Land & gtock Agent, OS 'O~ Z^T ]B XT. !!=_. 3T . HAS FOR SALK.r— JT1HREE Valnahle Cattle Statio ' .1. Properties iii the South, nnd On Sheep Station in tlie North.- xii hitter with 1S000 sheep, 100 miles c sheep-proof fencing, and other ver -ex-fcensi ve improvemeuts. FOR SALE:— -I r\ BUNBURY Town Allotment; JLV-/ some being, the best avail able for purchasers. Also J-Aer Suburban Lots, 200 Acre Lots, an 30 Acre Lots, also Suburban. FOR SALE:— 1 Pure bred Ayrshire Bull Calf. 3 „ Oiydcsdale Cart Mares G ,: . White Leghoni Fowls . -1 W'ag-gon; light and -strong,' war ?'????-. ? -?--,. tinted t-- carry; 5. tons. 1 Well bi-ed 2-year-old 'Bull. .- r, FOR SALE .— 1 AAHl ^CRES of Land, wit! ,-,: JLUUU frontage to the Perth Rd ??-?'' and in close proximity to the Perth Bunbury railway, securely fenced am lightly timbered ; the soil an( drainage good. W. 3. MITCHEZ.I,, Bunburj Ba_er3. H.BBASHAWsCo (Late of Sydney. N.S.W.) Bakers, Pastrycooks and Confectioners...

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JAYES PLOUGHING MATCH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

JAYES PLOUGHING MATCH. To the Editoh of Thb Hebald. Sie, — As one of the competitoi'S in last ploughing match at Bridgetown, I regret very much having to cast any reflection upon the judging in the wheel ploughs as 1 know some of ihe gentlemen who officiated, as far as their knowledge went, performed their duty conscientiously; but not only do I suffer by the error ia ? lada-ment, but- it ? is also very unsatisfactory to the makers of the plougk I hold. My whole grievance is against one judge only, and that is Mr. Doust, who is a man who has ploughed a good deal — i.e. about a farm — what is termed pig rooting compared with the work which I did at Jayes. I can safely say that unless Mr. Doust saw ploughing done out of the Colony, he never saw any in it, as there has never been a plough here which could do the work in the style and shape that my plosgh did it at the last match. 1 know Mr. Doust passed remarks on the field about my being too particuJar about the work, and therefore I ...

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NELSON A. & P. SOCIETY ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

NELSON A. |- P. SOCIETY AN AUAL PLOUGHING MATCH, __ _ A- To the Editge of Ths Herald. Sib. — The annual ploughing match of the Nelson Agricultural Society was held at Jayes on Wednesday last, ?and. was one of the greatest successes of its kind ever held in the colony. The attendance were large and rep resentative, most of the settlers being present, together with a considerable number of visitors. Mi*. E. Lee Sfceere and Mr. W. Hester entertained the company in a most hospitable manner. The thanks of all, if not loudly expressed, was deeply felt to^ Mrs. Hester and other ladies for their' unremitting attention to the guests. I might mention that I have been at many similar luncheons, not only in this, but in all the other colonies, and I have never seen a company so well entertained as on this occasion. The lunch was keld in the woolshed, directly after the ploughing was over, the building being tastefully decorated with shrubs, evergreens, etc. About 60 people sat down to a splendi...

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DEATH OF MR. BURGES, M.L.C. PERTH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

DEA TH 0FMR.B URGES, M.L. C. [Bi; Telegraph.] (From ouk owx Corresi'oxdent.) Perth, Monday. '; Mr. Burges, M.L.C., died at half past eleven on Saturday, night from congestion of the throat and luno-s. . Geraldton, Monday. Regret is very general through-; out the district at the , death of Mr. Burges, M.L.C. The. deceased was a member of the Town Gouncil a.nd also a member of the Geraldtou and Northampton School Board. The funei'al of Mr. Burges took place yesterday and was attended by a large and representative gathering. The principal mourners were Messrs! Richard Burgess and E. H. Witt noom. The pall bearers were Sir John Forrest, Sir James Lee Steei-e, Sir Geo. Shenton. Messrs. Hackott]' Burt, Parker, Padbury and Parker.' Senior. [Mr.. Burges tras born ia 1831. In 1S60, he married Augusta, the yo'an«e3fc daughter of the first Colonial Chaplain, 'the Rev. J. B. Wifctnoom, aud by -whom, he Imd a numerous family, but of \-rhoni there sur vive only tkree, William, Samuel, and Mrs Tur...

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Vasse. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

Vasse. (FnoM Our Correspondent.) . . . ,; ' Vasse, Saturday. On Monday last we had; about the greatest fall of rain we have had this winter, rain falling incessantly nearly all , day. Consequently, the rivers and brooks are running 'bankers.' Mr. C. Layman, who has been laid : jip-fop-some i time past, was able to drive into Busselton on Wednesday last and attend to his duties as secre tary and chairman to the Vasse District Board of Education. The board is inviting tendex'3 for various repairs to the Busselton -schools, among them being the erection, of a weather shed along the 'boundary line between the Boys' and Gh\ls' School, so that the scholars attending each school will be able to take shelter under it in wet weather. I regret to have to report the death of Mrs. R. Leach, at Karridale. She^ expired on Tuesday last. Her sister* arrived here by the mail coach on the same afternoon, and proceeded on at once, but was 'unable to see- her sister alive. Mrs.- Leach was the third dau...

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MR. ROGERS' VOTE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

MB. ROGERS' VOTE. ? * ? To the Editoq op Thb Hbbalb. As I^have been reported as one of the three persons who voted for B-r. Lovegrove's amendment at tke public meetingjon last Monday night week, I would beg space in your columns to explain how I became one of the small minority. I am not a resident of this district, and I did not in any way take part in the proceedings of the meeting, which, although, a public one, I looked upon as affecting the people of this district only, and when ?those present were asked by the ?chairman to divide for the resolution, I remained ia my seat, not thinking I should be counted in for the amend ment. I am hi no maaner opposed to the resolution passed at the meeting, and if it is not t«o late, and I am considered eligible to vote, I beg to record my vote on the other side. The result would then be 49 in favor of the resolution, aud only Dr. Love grove and Mr. Parker for the amend ment- and as the latter gentleman is, I am informed, a comparative stran...

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Board of Education [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

Board of Education — -? — A meeting of the District Board of Education was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Thursday last. Present : Mr. Spencer, chairman ; Rev. A. Buchanan, Rev. Brady, Mr. D. A. Hay. and Mr. Woodrow, hon. sec. The secretary read a letter from Mr. Paisley, stating that there were now 86 scholars on the roll, -with an average attendance of- 80, and .that the floor space of the present school was far too small, aud no doubt serious results would attend the next examination. The hon. sec. had impressed upon the Central Board the advisability of making a further addition to the present school. The inspector, in making his report to the Central Board, recommended a mixed schoo1, with a good infants' school. The hoys' school was one of the best equipped schools in the colony as re gards furniture and apparatus, but the progress was greatly retarded by insufficient accommodation. The hon. sec. reported that the Central Board approved opening1 the school at Parkfield, a...

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Board of Health. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

Board of Health. The usual meeting of the Board of Health was held on Monday evening last. Present: The chairman, Mr. W, Spencer, J.P., arid Messrs. Clarke, Floyd, Gibbs. and Moore. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. The .secretary read a letter for warded to Dr. Lovegrove, re reduction' ol salary as Health Utncer. Also one to Mr. J'. E. Hands, with reference to ash pit. Cr. Moore brought forward the matter of the sale of the hospital, and the chairman read a communica tion he received on the subject from the Colonial Secretary, protesting against the hospital being sold. Several councillors stated that as the floor of the hospital was of soft wood, something ought to be done to protect it from the ravages of the white ants. It was resolved to saturate the floor and part of the walls with kerosene, have the ground cleared 12 feet around it, and protect the windows with rough boards. The Inspector of Nuisances was pre sent, and stated that those ratepayers ...

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A NUISANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

A NUISANCE. To tee Editoe of The JLebald. Sib. — Is it not time that something was done in the direction of reform ing the behaviour of the small boys who congregate rouad the post office while the mails are being .sorted prior to delivery P Anyone coming to get his letter has to listen to an intolerable noise until the window is opened, then the small boy individ ually and osiJectively z'ushes to the window, apparently with the object of impeduxg the delivery as much as possible. The small bo}T of the town, too. waiiis reforming in another way. It is no uncommon thing to see boys oi 7 and 8 years of age smoking cigarettes. I suppose this matter can hardly be controlled by ihe authorities, but surely the out rageous behaviour at the post office can be prevented? If allowed to continue unchecked, in a few years we shall have a healthy crop of young larrikins. — I am, sir, , DISGUoTE:).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

Roads Eoard Jfotice3. NOTICE. WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD. mENDERS will be received up to 1 1 p.m. on SATURDAY, Angnst 2Gth, at the Mechanics' Institute, Bunbury for the following : To supply 200 eubie-yards of gravel at per cubic yard. Tke gravel not to be screened. Tenders must be sent in on printed forms to be obtained from the secre tary or members. The Board does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender, (iiy Order of the Bou-d) W. J. READING, Secretary. Lost. LOST.— A Black Lea uei- jJuuinl BOOK, about 9in x 7i i. containing private code. Finder rouurdjd ouretuii- ' ing to M. C DAVIES, Karridale.

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A COMPLAINT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

A COMPLAINT. To tjie Editor of The Herald. Sir. — I should be glad if you would draw attention to the very dangerous practice which exists, of furious riding in the near neighbour hood of this town. On the Vasse road there is a large and increasing ' population, and to those whom busi- ? ness calls into towu at night, the above practice makes the iournev in and out rather exciting. There are no lamps or footpaths, and ou these dark nights one cannot see very far ; yet it is a conimon thing for horsemen to proceed along this road at an alarming- rate,- aud to jeopardise the safety of foot passen gers, amongst whom are ladies, and often children. Cannot something be done to ' moderate the transports ' of our horse riding friends, at least until they are out of the range o? foot passenger traffic ? — I am, sir, Your3, etc., ONE IN DANGEH.

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TEE AWARDS AT THE WELLINGTON SHOW. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 August 1893

TEE AWARDS AT TEE WEL LINGTON SHOW. ? o ? To the Editor of The Herald. At the last show of. the Wel lington Agricultural Society, the judges of the agricultural implements awarded first prize to the spring plough made by me. This seemed unpleasant to certain persons, and a rumor was abroad that Messrs. Floyd and Baldock intended entering a j-ro- test asraiusfc' the indffes' awards in the agricultural implements, and at the dinner held after the . show, Mr. Baldock implied that dissatisfaction was general in regard to the judges' decision in this department, I was present at the dinner referred to, and would certainly have upheld the judges' decision, but I considered it injudicious to create 'a discussion on the subject in such a place, and I was much surprised that Mr. Baldock brought up the matter on such an occasion. The judges' .estimate of my. plough at the Wellington Show has been fully justified, for it was with this plough, without any altei ation whatever, that Mr.. E. Moor...

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