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TEE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893
THE AUSTRALIA?? ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. / [By Cable.] . -. (From Our Correspondent'.)', London, Wednesday. The match between the Australian Eleven . and Kent, was resumed to day, Australia's first innings closing for 229 runs. . The home team in their first in* 'nines rsad-? 127, and in their second. 198 runs, thus leaving the visitors 97 runs to make to. win. . London, Thursday. The Australians utterly collapsed, in their second innings, before the splendid bowling and fielding of their opponents, the first 5 wickets falling for 18 runs. Bruce played a dashing game for 23 runs, and A. Bannerman carried his bat throughout the in nings for 7. ? The hast wicket' fell for 60 run?, amidst intense excitement, the home team being victorious by 37 runs.
The Home Rule Bill MEETING IN DUBLIN. A JOINT CONFERENCE PROPOSED. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893
The Home Bule Bill' -- — MEETING- IN DUBLIN. A JOINT CONFERENCE PRO POSED. [By Cable.] (Fiioii our own Correspondent.) London, Friday. A Parriellite meeting was held in Dublin last nigh tj where resolutions, where unanimously carried against the provisions of the Home Rule Bill. It is stated that the bill did not sat isfy the requirements of the Irish nation, as Ireland must have the power to release all political prisoners and dynamiters now suffering mariyr dom in the cause of their country. Some speakers virulently attacked Mr. Gladstone who was spoken of in severe, terms. Mr. McCartneys motion for the exclusion of the Irish members from the Commons under Home Rule was negatived by' a majority of 40. Later. Mr. Gladstone has accepted anew clause to the Home Rule Bill forbid ding the Lord-Lieutenant to suspend the habeasjlcorpus act by proclamation Lord Randolph Churchill has is sued a manifesto declaring the House of Lords is charged with the duty of fighting Home Rule for a Bi'i...
THE ALL ENGLAND MATCH. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893
THE ALL ENGLAND MAT.CH. London, Tuesday. The Australian eleven commenced a third test match against all England on Monday. The weather was line and the wicket good. The Englishmen were fortunate in winning the toss, and commenced their first innings. The scoring was rapid — Sfcoduart,S3; Shrewsbury, 6Q; Grace, 68; Ward, 55. At the close of the day's play, five wickets were down for 378.
THE LIVERPOOL MATCH. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893
THE LIVERPOOL MATCH. London, Friday. The Australians commenced a match against Liverpool yesterday', the weather being wet. - The Australians, in their first in nings, were all disposed of for 195. The home team had lost 1 wicket for 5 runs, when stumps were drawn or the day. London, Saturday, The Liverpool match, was con cluded to-day. The home team, who lost one wicket for 5 runs on the previous day, were all disposed of for 85 runs. : In their second innings, the home team only scored 76, out of which Stubbs made 17 runs. The visitors won by/an- innings and 34 runs. - . ' .
Greenbushes. GREENBUSHES, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893
Greenbushes: (From Ouh Own Correspondent.) Greenbushes, Monday. After a little fine weather last week, the miners began to cry out for more water, but they had not long to'! wait. It rained on Friday night and all day Saturday, some heavy showers having fallen since, I About 10 tons of tin went from here last week for the station, and we may expect the same quantity to be sent every week while the water lasts. The road looked quite lively with the teams returning on Saturday well loaded with goods for the dis tricts. Mr. NuttalL, of Dumpling Gully, has bought Mr. Leonard's half-share in McDonald's claim on the old Bun buiy lease. This claim is considered the best at that end of the field, and we hope the purchaser will find it a good investment. Our football club has accepted a challenge from Bridgetown, to play a match on their ground next Satur day afternoon, fifteen men a-side. Through not having practice , our men are not in good form, but it is hoped by playing this match, to h...
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893
ST. PAUISS CHURCH. At a vestry meeting of St. Paul's Church, held in the Mechanics' In stitute last evening, there were pre sent the Rector (in the .chair), Messrs. Stafford, Timperley, Paisley, Stokes, Johnston, Bolton and Hay. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed-. . PARISH NOMINATORS. The Rector stated that the princi cipal business of the meeting was for the purpose of electing parish nominators. . . Mr. Hay proposed that. Messrs. Timperley, Paisley and Johnston be. elected. Mr. Paisley was of opinion that the people's warden should be a nominator. .- ... ; ? Mr. Stafford- — people's' warden — thought otherwise, and felt sure that t.iose gentlemen already proposed would carry out the wishes of the parishioners.. The Rectqr was of opinion that the people's warden ought to be one of the nominators, as he was in con tinual touch with the parishioners. Mr. Hay then amended his pro position, and substituted the name of Mr. Stafford for that of Mr. John ston-. This was ...
DARDANUP PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893
DARDANUP:: FLO UGHING . MATCH, A meeting was held on Wednesday . evening last at the Dard&uup Inn, for the purpose of. making arrange ments in ?' connection with the auual ploughing match. mere was a very lair attendance of residents, -and Mr. J. Maguire was voted to the chair. The following specifications of. the ground to be ploughed by the com petitors, were' submitted, and unani ?mously adopted : — ^ ? \ , ?-. . . 1. The gvouad to be. 33fb in vridtli, and 5 clmiua long. . ? 2. The. ground, to be ploughed into tiro equal gathered lands, each land to have hu c^iial' quantity -of furrows, -tlic crumb fur row to uouufc. . 3. The ploughing not to be less than 5 inches deep, aud not over i) inches iu width; 'i. The time .- of ploughing not to exceed , 3i hour's. ':' V . .' - '''.'? '?? 5; The land to be ploughed by the double furrow ploughs, to be 40i'trin width, and 5 chains long. (3; Jintriei'to be taken on the ground. The following were elected a com^' mittee, to niaice the...
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 August 1893
Topics of tlie Week, ? v ? The topsail schooner Beatrice, after a few ineffectual attempts to get away from Bunbury, sailed for Adelaide on Satur day morning with a full load of timber from Mr. J. C. Port's Mill, on the Collie. The footpath in Stephen, street in- the. locality or the Prince of Wales Hotel, and Mr. J. E. Hands' store, is positively dangerous to walk on in wet weather. It. has too much slope to the drain, and the greasy nature of the marl, of which the foptpath is composed, makes it very slippery. . ' The cutter Paragon left Quindalup yesterday morning with tho first con signment (about 20 loads) of timber for Mr. H. J. Yelverton's new timber yards, Bunbuiy. This supply will be followed up as quickly as possible until a large supply of Jari'ah timber of all sizes is ready for sale. Mr. Clias. Teede is the agent for the sale of the timber in Bunbury. .:???? ? . ;... ? The schooner Theresa arrived from the Vasse on Saturday with a quantity of tuart timber, The Duchess o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893
You -can't gather figs from thistles, nor would you .go prospecting among the clouds in a balloon, looking for gold; and the same common sense should tell you that if you wish to obtains good WATCH or get one repaired, you must .go to aEE LIABLE AND TRAINED TlJADESMAN, wllO knows how to Buy a good article, as well as how to Sell one. Try COLLINS, Watchmaker, nextthe Wellington Hotel Bunbury. — A dvt. Brashatf & Co. for first-class Confec tionery.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893
To the Editob ov Thb Hkhald. Sir, — What have the readers of the Herald done of late that they should be afflicted by the proposed endless diatribe from the pen of 'Freetrader?' A column of the hoary balderdash — drivel which has iterated and reiter ated by the S-. M. Herald-, the Argus and at least a hundred leaser lights in the journalistic arena in Australia for the last thirty years. Each one of them in their prophetic wisdom has said that freetrade- only is correct in principle, arid each one has at least a score of times asked their readers the useless, weary, irrelevant old question— 'If they ever saw such a thing as a consistent protectionist knocking about,' In the name of harmony— of commercial concentrated lye and other well-known specifics — I entreat 'Freetrader' to give the subject a rest, But if his mind con tains so much political economiccum forensic- cum- theological erudition that he must write somethingor burst3 I should advise him to leave the 'priilciple' ti\id...
CANADA AND AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893
CANADA ANIT AUSTRALIA. Trade relations between Canada and Australia are likely to be es tablished on a firm basis. Sir Geo Dibbs has invited dele gates from Canada to come to Sydney and discuss the matter. Canada reciprocates, and probably Mr. Cowel, the Minister for Trade, will be the principal delegate, ar riving in Sydney in September.
WELLINGTON VINE & FRUIT GROWERS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893
WELLINGTON VINE $ FRUIT GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. ? & ? A meeting of the Wellington Vine and Fruit Growers' Association was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Saturday last, August 19th. Present: The President (Mr. E. M. Clarke) vice-president, Mr. D. Eedle, and Messrs. N. Moore, R. Lowrie, J. Partridge, T. Jeffreys, H. I. Farrell, G. R. Teede, and others. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. M 1»Q Ttfrtfi /'I /**V» 4- n i- r- i- ** .1 J-l. n J- iT,n action taken by this association with reference to disinfectants used on imported fruit trjes, &c, had been forestalled by the Government, and therefore no further action in this respect was necessary. The president laid on the table a number of books and periodicals on fruit and vine growing, received since last meeting, and it was resolved — ' That the books be left in charge of the President, to bo lent out to members of the Association.' Correspondence. The following letter was received from Mr. W. E. Ma...