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Vasse. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

? Vas's& (FllOil Ol-R COTCRKSPON'nEXT.) Yassr, Satuvdav. A Go-as-j-on-plcase t -nk place at Kar-ridale on Saturday last, between Maxwell, R: Donovan, and E. Dono van, Maxwell being lsfc, with li. Donovan 2nd-. E. Donovan, the favorite, giving up before the finish. ¥/'hat with the withdrawal of the subsidy to the coastal steamers, and the stoppage of our railway, it won Id appear that we are almost forgotten altogether. With reference to tho withdrawal of our railway, it is rumored that our member has, wi-itten. stating that it is in consequence of a communication received from home, advising the Government not to place the balance of the loan on the market just yet. If this is so, why don't the Government make known their reasons at once ? The people of the Vasse ought, and I am sure they do, appreciate your efforts on their be half. Vide your leading article of the 2nd Ancnat, I am also pleased to note that the majority of the speakers at your meeting the other week have ad...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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FREE-TRADE V. PROTECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

FREE-TRADE V. PROTECTION. To t±e Editor ov Tajik Herald Sin. — In l'eading' your valuable paper of July 29t.hj I was surprised to see that a newspaper, which is admitted by all I have conie in con tact with, to be ably conducted and most liberal, should advocate the pernicious principle of protection to the farmers of this colony. I have waited some time, hoping in the meanwhile that a reply would have been made by somebody more able than myself, to deal with tho fallacy of protection, and show the great advantages of free-trade. If you will grant me a small space in your columns 'from week- to week, I will endeavor to deal with the subject in a fair way, £: naught extenuating, and naught setting clown in malice,' but ' show forth the words of truth and soundness,' in . so doing. I shall doubtless be treacling on the corns of some who believe that protecfion is a panacea for all the ills that affect the body politic. Nevertheless, I hope that the seeds of free-trade truth may germin...

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1893. THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

THE BUNBURY HERALD. - SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1803. THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE It is no reflection upon an Institu tion that has done good sei'vice in the past to admit that the march of time is calculated to minimize its usefulness. This can nut be considered to detract from, its merits, and so far from 'being re cognised as a subject for regret, we on glit rather to congratulate ourselves upon this unerring indi cation of progress when we fmd that an Institution that in the past filled our modest needs is now. dis covered to be altogether inadequate to our increased necessities, im proved position, and modern re quirements. It requires no great ?stretch- of the imagination to-forsuc that the extension of our social and commercial life consequent upon tlie opening of the South-Western Railway, will augment tlie volume of local trade, and add vastly to tlie impor banco of this town and district. .With the establishment of rapid, regular, and frequent railway communication -with the capit...

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RETRENCHMENT IN THE COLONIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

BETRENCRMENT IN THE COLONIES. To tub Editok of The Heeald. gIB_ — At the present time the de pression in the eastern colonies has caused the Governments to introduce a most rigid system of retrenchment in all the departments. That many of the offices are notoriouslv over manned, cannot be denied, when the fact that many of our neighbouring colonies, to a very large extent, have been dependent on monies raised by loan, and the product of land sales. It is self-evident that the lavish ex penditure could not go oil for ever; that the financial paynter would have to be cut, and a large number of civil servants cast adrift-, was fore seen by those who took the trouble to look into the matter. The ten dency of most public institutions — botli 'Parliamentary and Mnnicipal — is to ' outrun the constable.' This retrenchment,' coming1 at a bimo of general depression, is to be refssited, but- the regulation of expenditure to income is incumbent/ upon all in au thority. The lesson to be deduced...

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CHANGES IN THE POLICE SERVICE. PERTH, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

CHANGES'lN'TEE POLICE SERVICE. [By Telesbaph,] .(From ouh Owx Cormspondext) Perth, To-day. Sub-Inspector Waldock, stationed at Fremantle, retired on a. pension on Monday, after 26| years' service. He has been succeeded by Sub-Inspector M'Kenna, of Geraldton. rl he. posi- tion rendered vacant -by the death of Corporal Boaville, has been filled by Sergeant Taylor, of Carnarvon. . - ' :

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Midland Railway, PROGRESS PAYMENTS. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE PREMIER, Perth, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

-Midland Railway, PROGRESS PAYMENTS. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE PREMIER* [by electric telegraph-.] -Frosi Our Own Correspondent.) Perth, Tuesday. The Premier yesterday notified the Midland Railway Company that the Government is prepared to 'make pro gress payments on the work, condi tional on presentation of the usual ?cei'tificates from the En-nneer-in- Chief. JPfifttiT, This Day. The Premier's letter to the Midland Railway Company authorising the 'works to be proceeded with immedi ately has given general satisfaction. The Government, after paying the National Bank guarantee, will have £250,000 in hand. The balance of the instalments of the loan fall due O7i Sept. 1st and Oct. 1st, The Works are practically com menced, and the rails have been ?cabled for from London. Meantime the work of clearing and forming is ?being vigorously proceeded with/

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Boyanup. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

;:-:.^136ya.iiiip. [Fiiosi Our. Corr'esponbext.] Monday. Platefaying has been stopped for a time on the Minniniip railway for want or sleepers, but a few points and crossings having a.t length come to hand, a road into the ballast pit has been made, and ballasting has commenced. Notwithstanding- the many disadvantages under -which the contractors labor, three miles of road have been ballasted up to the time of writing. One of the principal disad vantages in question is the want of a sufficiently powerful engine for the work. The Government undertook to lend an engine for the purpose of carrying material, ballasting, etc. Instead of sending a locomotive of adequate horse power, a puny engine, not capable of running half-a-dozen wagons, has been sent, the result being that the rake lias to' be divided, and instead of gallopping ten or twelve trucks and ploughing it at a time, the work has to be done in two divisions. Anyone, however inex perienced, can see that this must, not only ent...

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PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. MONDAY AUGUST 14. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

PARLIAMENT. ? [by electric telegraph] . '(Prom our own Correspondent.) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Monday, August 14 ' A long debate took place on Mr. Harper's resolution affirming the prin ciple that the proceeds of Crown Lands be removed from the control of the Government and placed in the hands of trustees, and -used in liqui dation ofithe public debt- of the colony The Premier said the principle was very sound, but could not aj)ply to this Colony- ., . The members generally spoke to the resolution, expressing willingness .to affirm the principle, but failing to ?see how it would be applicable. Ultimately, the motion 'was nega tived by thirteen to nine. The Stock Tax and Constitution Bills were read a third time and passed. The Ho-use .-adjourned, .. ? 'Tuesday, August 15. The Premier, in reply to Mr. Tray len, said £250 have been placed on the estimates to aid in purchasing a ?site for a show-ground for the Green -ough -Farmers' Club. Replying to Mr.. ShoTI, the Premier ' ?said that n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

'J. Collins for 'Watches, Clocks, and Choice Jewellery. — The- ? Bcnjjukt 'WatchDjji'ot. For Jewellery 'Repairing, 'or Manufactur- ? jnS.'jK* to- 1). B. Taylor, Stephen street— Tbo .practical TraJesimtu, — Aiivx.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, August 15. The Post and Telegraph Bill was considered in committee. Mr. Morrison moved to -strike out the clauses referring to letters posted for sweeps, contending that it was ar bitrary to give power of opening any letter to a Minister. After a long debate, the House di vided — For the Amendment ... 6 Against do. ... 5 The clause was therefore rejected hy a- majority of one. The second reading of the Consti tution Bill was fixed for the 22nd.

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MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY, [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT . ^SOCIETY, The Usual .fortnightly meeting of the above Society was held in the Good Templar's Hall on Wednesday evening, and attracted a .large number of members and visitors. ThoTresi dent (Mr. E. Wpodiw) occupied' the Chair. Several new members were elected. At the conclusion of the general business, Mr. Brash aw resumed the debate on the Homesteads Bill. He proceed ed to show the desirability of a bill that would provide intending settlers with implements and monetary assist ance for two or three years would answer the purpose. Messrs. Delany, Wright and Cooke were united in their approval of the measure introduced by Sir John Forrest. ?' : Mr. E. Gibbs maintained that the effect of the bill would be to increase the wealth of the Colony and improve the outlook of our agricultural com munity. ' '? '' . The voting resulted in favor of the bill by a good majority. Mr. Marshall, in introducing the debate on Chinese. Exclusion, said : Iu rising to speak on the ques...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

% Shipping. ?--O^ AD ELAIDE ^3irfk s- S: c °- '*s&S5x%gss£S5L*- (Limited) (Under Contract with the West Austra lian Government for the Con veyance of Mails) Will despatch their Splendid Steamships as under : — ToDongarra and Geraldton (from Fremantle). FLINDERS, August 16, at 4.30 p.m. No cargo can he received after 2 p.m. on day of sailing. Ifroni Melbourne and Adelaide, with transhipments from Sydney. f~~ 1 Leaves Melb. ' i „ Ado. R.OBT. FORREST, Local Agent. * -V_- TTUDDABT x*^^^a*AND OO.'S. LINE! CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICES. From the Colonies. T \ SAT A TCT A £ Leaves Melb- AnS- 15 To the Colonies. TASMANIA, on or about Aug. 27. T. HAYWARD, Agent, TVTKW SERVICE OF STEAMERS. O miers— McILWRAITH, McE ACH ERN & CO., Ltd. (Under Contract with the Govern ment of Western Australia.) From the Colonies (' From Melb. Aug 23. BULIMBA \ ', Adelaide Aug 27. (For Melb. Sept. 8. For further information apply to— THOS. HAYWARD & SON, Agents, Bunbury T^TEW COASTAL QERVI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

WILLIAM SMITH, CABINET MAKER, UPHOLSTEREE AND UNDERTAKER. - --— _^'' VICTORIA STllEET, BUNBURY. FUNERALS CONDUCTED. PLANS DRAWN. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Buildings Supervised. W E OATLETT, VICTORIA STPtKET, imNlRJRY. Watches Thoroughly Examined. ( Repairs done icith despatch at the lowest possible prices Old fashioned Jewellery made up into the newest designs by ah experienced tradesman;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

KOOMBAWA STEAM Boiler Flour Mill, B3- llic Undersigned. Best. Boiler, Flour, £9 los. per ton. Single Bag, 20s., half bag, 10s. Cd. quarter bag, os. Gd. Pollard, 7s, per lOOlbs. Bran. 6s. Gd. per lOOlbs. Oats, 3s.2d. per bushel. ??'' Crushed Oats, 3s. 6d. per. bushel. Wheat (seed), 4s, 6d. per bushel. Fowls wheat. 3s. per bushel. Bailey, 3s. 6d. per bushel. Peas, 4s. bushel. Pigsfood (svreepiugs), 5s. per bag. Bone Dust, 7s. per cwt. EE3TTCED RATES for QUANTITY. Delivered Free any part of town, su burbs, or railway' station. EGBERT FORREST. Notices. JA8. IiAMBE, TANNER §? CVUniEM (Formerly proprietor of Prosser's tannery) BEGS to inform the public of the Southern Districts that, he has commenced business in the above line at the — .Exhibition Tannery - ?- On .the premises 'known as All's Tan nery where he is prepared to Purchase Sic ins $ Hides at the HigJtes} Market Prices for Cash, ? ; .TA'MF,S LAllBE'S manufactures Jkave-always-maintaiiied- a ? -first-class position in the leather...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE, Ilessrs. Kelly & Co., Sydney, report : Tin Ore, 13s. per unit, in Sydney. Messrs. Tnomas Hayward and Soj1 report :— Wholesale PiUv-is List. Bar Iron, £11 10s. ton. Fencing -wire (Annealed steel), £11 10s. to £12 Galvanised Fencing Wire, £15 10s to £16 Barbed Wire (galvanised) £24. Coi-n Sacks, 7s. per doz. Bran Bags, os. 6d. per doz. Wool Bales, 10$, 3s. each. Kerosene Oil, 150Q test, lls. Salt, fine (Black Horse), £U 10s. ton. Bone Dust (imp.), £7 ton. Flonr (Adelaide Roller), £11 Sharks Baj* Guano £4 10s. bags in. Pollard, £7 Bran, £6 10s. Oats, 3s. 6d. bushel. Chaff, £6. ton Potatoes (local), £7 Ion. Seed Wheat, 4s, -6d, Peas, 4s, ? ? Onions (imported), £7 10s. ton. Sugar, £23 10s. to £29 ton, Tea, Is. 3d. to 2s. lb. Cement 16s 6d cask. August 16th, 1S93:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

- NOTICE. WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD. fTlENDraRS will be received up to 1 1 p.m. on SATURDAY, August 2'3th, at, the Mechanics' Institute, Bunbttry for the following.: To snppty 20 ~- cubit; yard's oc gravel at per cubic yard. Tlie gravel not to bo screened. . ? Tenders must be Rent 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. (By Order of the Board) - Vf. J. /R.EADISKJ-, ,T. Collins for Swini/V^'iitcli Impairing Trrrc Buxmtry ^FVp*^ Depot. Brastaw: -&ijo.Tor Beautiful Wedding and Birtiulaw^N*^./ For tf-ool ninners, nvA Li^'it TvoJVesh indits/rB^i.siTAiv & Oo.s is t'lf nln.f'. HttAih'd ami published by S. J. Ous.vec, /nit Tiir IlivR.-u.n OiHce, Yirioria-stRvt, /.Bililbui'V. __ ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

Braskaw & Co. for first-class Confec tionery.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

But8iw;aintnsatg. ST; P ANIL'S,. BUN BURY. PublieTea % Concert :? ;???; ..? .; -? :-.; ? os ? -;-? WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23rd In aid of the Rectory Repairs Fund Tea on tafclas. ai; 5.33 Concert at 7.30. Admission : Tea, 1/6., Concert, 1/. Children under -14 half price. Eoads Board ITo'oices.

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MAKIN INFANTICIDE GASES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

MAKIN INFANTICIDE GASES. [By Electric Telegraph.] . (Froji Our Correspondent.) Sydney, Tuesday. The Cabinet having made aiinal decision with reference to the sen tence on the condemned man Makin, under sentence of death, to the effect that there is no reason why the law should not take its course, have de cided to hang Makin, whose execu tion has been fired for this morning. Makin had a final interview with his wife yesterday. He retained a perfect composure throughout. Later. Makin was executed this morning*.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893

?nil I ? r= ? — — ? '' For Sale. W. B. MITCHELL Land & Stock Agent, BUICBURy. HAS FOE SALE :— mHREE Valuable Cattle Station JL Properties in the South, and One I'hecp Station in the North. The latter with 18000. sheep, 100 miles ol fiheep-proof fencing, and other A'ltv extensive improvements. * FOR SALE :— -j f\ BUNBIIRY Town Allotments, JLV_/ some being- the best avail able for purchasers. Also j-Aere ►Suburban Lots. 200 Acre Lots, and 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 carry 5 tons. 1 Well bred 2-year-old Bull. FOR SALE :— 1 C\f\ C\ ^CltES of Land, with JLUUU frontage to the Perth Rd. and in close proximity to the Perth - Bunbury railway, securely fenced and lightly timbered ; the soil and drainage good. W. B. MITCHEX.!,, Bnnbnry Builders. and Contractors. WEST AUSTRALIAN Jarj&ah Timber F a THE undersigned is prepared to JL supply Ro...

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