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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

To the Editoh. SiRjr— I notice in your Vasse corres pondent's letter of the 9th inst., that he makes the following remarks — 'At a meeting of the Yasse Eace Club, it was resolved that in ease Mr.Thurkle declined to replace the run in (the fencing along the run in I presume he means) on the j course, the Hon. Sec. should have this | work done, &t\' This information was | no doubt supplied by the Hon. Sec. of the Vasse Eace Club. If so, I beg to state for his information that I do not j acknowledge the club's right to make any such demand upon me. I also beg to state that several weeks before the meet in'1 took place, I made an offer to the Hon. Sec. of the V.ll.C, which I am. in formed he never made known to the stewards, otherwise no such resolution would have been passed ; aud since yoiir correspondent's remarks appeared in print, I have spoken to several of the Committee, who distinctly state that they were not aware of any offer having been made by me ; neither did they i...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

To the Editor. Sir, — I see by the Southern Times that an Extraordinary General Meet ing of the Agricultural Society is called for Saturday next, ' To con sider the publie insult, if any, by Mr. Cusack, of the Bunbury Herald, to the Hon. Sec. of, the Society, and. to' take steps accordingly.' Now, from what I have heard of the matter, I don't consider the Hon. Sec. was in sulted at all. It appears to me that gentleman is a bit thin-skinned, and very subject to insults. He has a lot to learn jet. You ought to have seen him rushing about on Thursday week crying ' I will retire into private life and leave the colony.' This ebullition of temper occurred when the gentle man saw his name associated with those of Messrs. Thorsby and Rowley in a special announcement from the tinfields, which appeared in The Herald that morning. Now, I never heard it whispered that the Hon. Sec. was a partner in the Southern Times ; and I feel sure had he been, asked by the Committee of the Society to do his...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

Special Notices. . . ? ? . J : ?.:. . ?-?' . ?: IMPORTANT ? ;. ?? ' ' BENT At NOTICE. FAIHLE&S AND PEB.rBOT BSBTZSTHY. — :? ? o— — : — ASD SURGICAL AMD IViECHASMICAL DENTISTS, HUTT STREET, PERTH, and FREMANTLE, Established 1885. WISH to inform the residents of BUNBURY and VASSE, that it their intention for the future to make regular periodical visits to the district, as JEr. BINGrAY so long and favorably known as a Dentist in PERTH, has now taken 'Mx. MAE.SB!ALL (Into of Marshall Brothers, Dentists, Sydney), into Partnership. We hare adopted this plan knowing the inconvenience of country residents visiting the Metropolis; and also the disad vantage under which they hare been placed afc the hands of some travelling so-called Dentists. , ' . ALL OPERATIONS and MECHANICAL WORK will be EXECUTED in precisely ' the same manner as at our DENTAL SUEG-EEY in PERTH. MB. MARSHALL'S stay in Bunbury will be limited, so patients are requested to make Early Appointments. .?'..-? I We make ...

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LATEST CABLES. AN ANCHOR LINER ASHORE. ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTEEN LIVES LOST LONDON, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

LATEST CABLES. [From our Correspondent.] AN -ANCHOR LINER ASHORE^ ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTEEN LIVES LOST, London, October 30. The steamship Roumania, of the Anchor Line, bound from Liverpool to Bombay, has been driven ashore in a gale at a place called Arolko on the Portuguese coast. One hundred and thirteen persons on board were drowned-, including several Anglo-Indian officers and their families. London, October 31. Further particulars to hand with regard to the wreck of the Anchor Line steamship Roumania on the coast of Portugal, state that the vessel was driven ashore in a terrific gale. The Lascar sailors proved perfectly useless in the panic which ensued. Not a single woman or child was saved.

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OUR TIMBER INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

OUR TIMBER INDUSTRY. It is highly necessary in the in terests of our timber industry that all timber shipped from this .colony should be marked with its proper name. A considerable quantity of Karri (a timber of great strength and last ing qualities out of water), has been 'sent from Western Australia, and m ignorance accepted at the port of de livery as Jarrah timber, and used for wharf piling and other maritime purposes for which Jarrah only is suitable. This has evidently been the case in New Zealand, and has damaged the reputation of our West Australiau timber considerably, as the following letter from Mr. Norman H. Macdonakl, a gentleman who was here some time ago engaged in the survey service, now in Wellington (N.Z.), addressed to Mr. C. L. Eastie, will show : — ' Club Hotel, '???- Wellington (N.Z.), ' j 26 | 2 | 92. C. L. Hastie, Esq., ! Bunbury (W.A.), Dear Sir, I am \mable to further your interests in the Jarrah trade here after this. I find that nearly everyone is prejudi...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

To the Editoh. Sib. — Please insert in your next issue the undermentioned statement of facts respecting the committee for the Katoomba Ball : — On Thursday, the 13th of October, inst., a public meeting was convened by the Mayor to consider what steps shonld be taken on Sir John For rest's approaching visit, as reported in the Southern Times, and durine the dis cussion Mr. Wm. Lovegrove made some very unwarrantable and uncalled for re marks against me as ono of the commit tee of the Katoomba Ball. Now, I feel called upon to contradict such unjustifi able remarks. The facts are these — Messrs. Stafford and Woodrow and my self were appointed by the Municipal Council a committee to carry out the ar rangements for the Eatoomba Ball, which we did to the satisfaction of the public, and rendered to the Council the details and receipts of everything we bought, even to the purchase of a pound of ' candles, and the balance not expended. I Such accounts were passed at the next i Municipal meeti...

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THE WELLINGTON ROADS BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

TEE WELLINGTON ROADS BOARDS. ? ^ ? The monthly meeting of the Wel lington Roads Board was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Saturday, 29th. October Present— the chairman (J. Foster Johnson, Esq., J.P.,) and . Messrs. Maguire, Reading, Trigwell and Clifton. Minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. The following accounts were passed for payment : — G. Trigwell, culvert Preston road, £14 ; C. Matthews, clearing tree off Preston road, 5s 6d ; W. Ecelestone, on ac. of contract Blackwood road, £10 ; V. C. Mitchell, do., £20; Jas. Milligan, quarrying stone Coast road, £17 10 ; C. L. Morgan, 3 days work Mill road, 48s ;- H. E. Reading, ad vertising lip qr., £2; T. Dillon, 3 days work road, 18s ; T. Williams, an ac. of contract Vasse road, £4 ; H. Hayward, clearing tree Harvey, road, £1 ; W. Marriott, repairs Harvey Road, 18s. Tenders Accepted, vasse k0ad 1. To cover portions of road with rubble from quarry 4 inches thick, Adz : 4 chains south side of Gynudup Brook, and 2 chains at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

?nOTTIE'S OCOTTISH AILS. x o U ????? AUSTRALIAN FAMILY MEDICINE you ' ' MEff, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. HUMAN DI9EASE3 RAPIDLY CTJBBD BV OVTWAED APPLICATION. POTTIE'S CELEBRATED HIGH LAND OILS. Cure all kinds of wounds, braises, blows, or eruptions of the skin in all parts of the body. Applied to the face and hands during Summer, it will keep away flies, mosqiutosj and venomous spiders. If possesses an agreeable aroma. Cures Lumbago, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Stiff Joints, Sprains, Enlarged Glands, Swollen Legs, &c, &c. It is recommended by the medical faculty, and by all who use it to be superior to any other remedy. It has been in use in the Eastern Colonies for the last qnarter of a century, and has always given satisfaction. Clergymen, Schoolmasters, Squat ters, in fact no f amity should be with out a bottle of Scottish Oil in the ' house. Price, 2s. 6d. per bottle. JOHN T. SLATER, Agent for Western Australia. !^° Cheap cash store corner of London Terrace, opposite the He...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

Government Baihv ays. /f~i OVEKXMENT BAIL WAYS OF XX WESTEKZs AITSTUALIA, ' ' Clieap Excursion Sookings.. COMMENCINCi ON Tuesday, October 11th, and Satur day, October 14th, and subsequent Tuesdays- and Sa tin-days until December 3rd. _, Cheap Return Tickets will be issued to PlCTOX, SHOWGROUlSLt, lUEDAXUl1, and BoyANtrp as below : P7oto^ic-U;uvtol JFarato^ From to^aBd J)ar- Boy- .: ?. G«mnd. dillmP- anu? „ ' BunW 1st, 2nd . 1st 2nd. lit 2nd Tickets available on day of issue and . by ordinary trains only. ? Tickets are not transferable. Passengers will be allowed of ordinary luggage, 1st Class, S411)S ; 2nd Class; 561ns.' - ' The departure of trains will be delay ed or otherwise under special cir ' ? cumstances at the discretion of the - Commissions*, who will not' be re sponsible for. any loss to passengers arising therefrom. Excursion passengers will be subject to Railway By-Laws, x. : By order of Commissioner, JOHN DAVIES, General Traffic Manager. General Traffic Manager's Office,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

Show. mflE WELLINGTON AGllICUL JL TUBAL& PASTORAL SOCIETY B UNDUE Y. PATRON— His Excellesct Sib W. C. F. Kobinsos, K.C.Jf.G-. PEESIDElNTT— -J.F. Johnstox, Esq., J.P. HON. SEC— Mn. A. Ksox Bkows. ? ' . ? THE ANNUAL SHOW of this Society tvj'11 be held on the SO CIETY'S GROUNDS, on 'WEDNESDAY, HWEMBER 16, 1892. Gates open to the public afc .11 a.m. Anirirssiox : — Members f vee .on produc ? ' tion of ticket ; non-members from 11 to 12 noon ; adults, Is 6d, and child ren under 12 years, 9d each ;. after 1 2 ?noon, [adults, Is, and children under 12, 6d each. Carriages and saddle horses, Is extra to charge for occu pants or riders. Driving or riding ? about the ground strictly prohibited.' SCHEDULE 0? PRIZES: Horses — Champion £ s. d.. Blood Eufirc... ? 2 0 0 Do., 2nd prize ;.. ... 10 0 Draught Entire ? 3 3 0 Do., 2nd prize ... ... 1.10. 0 ? Draught maro ? . .... 2 0 0 Do., 2nd prise ... ... 1 0 0 ? Mare for breeding (not pure hred) ? ... 1: 10 0 Do., 2nd prize ... ... 1 0 0 4 Fi...

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

THE BUNBURY HERALPO WEDNESDA Y, NO VEMBER2, 1892. The Premier's speech at New castle, and recent sensational tele grams threatening dire disaster, to tlie colony in connection with, the Midland Raihvay, havo again re vived the waning interest in that insatiable white elephant bequeath ed by our moribund Government to the. present Ministry. We, how ever, cannot altogether reconcile ourselves to Sir John's view that there was no good reason for deal ing with this question hero. If this subject is of that national impor tance that it is said to bo, and that. avo beliovo it to be, it is ono that Must bo regarded as of vital and paramount interest to every dis trict in the colony, and hence wo are led to a cursory review of the position. Grave misconception ap pears ' to exist in many quarters with respect to tho relations of the Government , to this company. It does not appear to be generally rocognised that this railway was not an itom in the political programmo of the present Go vernm...

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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 2 November 1892

TOPICS OF THE WEEK. ^v. ' As will bo seen in our advertising columns, Mr. Marshall, surgeon dentist of Bingay and Marshall, Dentists, Perth, has arrived in Bunbury, and all who re quire the attention of a qualified dentist should not fail to call at Dean's Welling ton Dispensary, whero Mr, Marshall can be consulted. We have much pleasure in drawing the attention of our readers to the 4th page of our issue, on which appears the ollicial prize list of the Wellington Agricultural and Pastoral Society ; and also to the 2nd page, where will be found the prizo list of the Central. Southern Districts Agricultural Society. v . -—?=,,.... The s.s. Tenterden arrived on Sunday night from Roclringhani, fully loaded up with railway sleepers for this end of the Perth-Bunbury railway line, and engine and trucks for the use of the contractor, Mr, Neil McNeil. *** Miss Gribbs, who rendered such valuable services to the W,C,T. Union, is about to leave Bunbury. The members of the so ciety have present...

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THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. OUR FINANCES. AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION ACT. THE LAND SCHEME. PERTH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. ? ? THE GOVEXESTOIJ'S SPEECH. ? $ ? . OUR FINANCES. AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTI TUTION ACT. THE LAND SCHEME. (By .Telegraph.) Perth, Thursday. The Third Session of bur first Par liament opened to-day. The follow ing is the address of His Excellency the Governor, Sir William C. F. Rob inson,G.C.M.G.:— 'Mr. President and Honorable Gen tlemen of Tin: Legislative Council ; Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen ov the Legislative Assembly — I have much pleasure in meeting you again for the consideration of tho public business of the Colony. It is with much regret that I have to men tion the great losa the Colony has sustained by the lamented death of Sir Thomas Cockburn-Campbell, the President of the Legislative Council, who, for a lengthened period was identified with thej public life of this Colony. .!' TSE FINANCIAL COHDHIOH of this Colony,-'is in every way satis factory and prosperous. The revenue of the year .jyill be equal to the anti cipations of. the Government, while ...

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THE EIGHT HOURS SYSTEM.' ADOPTED BY THE LONDON BUILDING TRADE LONDON, November.7- [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

THE EIGHT HOURS SYSTEM. ' iDOPTED BY THE LONDON BUILDING TRADE . . London, November. 7. The London building trade- adopts' the eight hours system from to-day, : It is considered probable that other trades will follow suit. '. ? His Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to direct that no Private Work for re muneration shall be performed by persons in the Government Service, whose time is at the disposal of the Government, in the profession, trade, or calling in respect, of which they receive an official salary. This rule 'will take effect from. 1st. December ^nexu

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CRUSHED BY THE ICE. LONDON, November 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

CRUSHED BY THE ICE. London, November 7. A whaling vessel named the Helen Mar has, been .crushed by ice in the Arctic regions. Thirty-five of' the crew were drowned, and the remaining five sur vivors were rescued by another whaling ship two days later.

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THE MURDERER NEILL. LONDON, Movember 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

THE MURDERER NEILL. London, Movember 6. The wholesale woman-murderer Neill has been respited pending proofs as to his insanity. Popular feeling in Canada is against punishment being commuted.

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A PETROLEUM VESSEL -BLOWN UP. LONDON, November 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

-A PETROLEUM VESSEL -BLOWN UP. '' London, November 6. A vessel loaded with petroleum, running between Batoumand Par's, has been blown up. Nine- men were killed. ' ? '

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THE CANADIAN CORRUPTION TRIALS. ' MERCIER AND PACAND ACQUITTED. LONDON, November 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

THE CANADIAN CORRUPTION TRIALS. MERCIER AND PACAND ACQUITTED. London, November 6. The Canadian- politicians, Mereier and Pacand have been acquitted 'of a charge of corruption on a technical point raised at the trial. There is still a strong feeling against them in certain circles.

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VASSE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

VASSE NEWS. .'? — : — ^ ? Haymaking has begun with us, and although we have been having for some time a taste of real Summer weather, just as the crops are on the grouud the rain conies down in tor rents, and the atmosphere is what wo might- have looked for some 2 or 3 months back. However, I suppose we ought not to find fault, as on the whole tho season has been all that could be wished for, and those who have their hay in cocks will only have to open them out and let them dry. . I cwmot say, however, how these rains may affect our racecourse. Some trainers complain already that. it is too wet, and that it is not in any way so good as the original Vasso course. There are, however, others who hold a different opinion and think that a fortnight's fine weather is all that is wanted to make the Conimnag-o Course all that can be desired. In view of the railway being constructed at an early date quite an impetus has been given to the purchase of town blocks. Last month I notic ed 3 were ...

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BISMARCK'S, CRITICISMS. LONDON, November 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

BISMARCK'S .CRITICISMS. London, November 6. Prince Bismarck's criticisms:of the German Emperor's policy are causing great excitement ; but the Emperor declines to prosecute the. ex-Chancel- lor for sedition. Prince Bismarck urges that Russia should seize Constantinople, and states that there is nothing to fear from England. Leading official papers deplore such actions and utterances on the part of a man with so patriotic a past. He is evidently suffering from bit ter disappointment and resentment, and is incapable of restraining him self. London, November 7. Bismarck says that England is being outwitted by the Continental Powers, who are play ing off G ermany against Russia aucl Franco.

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