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PAPER BY MR. H. FARRELL. GARDENING FOR AMATEURS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893

PAPER BY MR. g. FARRELL. ? & — . — _ Gardening for Ahateurs, The following paper was read by Mr. H. Farrell, at a meeting of the Vine and Fruit Growers Association on Saturday last : It is my intention to-day to speak on the. subject of Gardening, for 'the benefit of those who, having a piece of land, wish to raise their own fruit ana vegetaDies at as little expense as possible. At the same time I hope that -some of my remarks may con vey useful information to those who are going in for raising fruit on a more extensive scale for market pur poses, but they are intended princi pally to apply to those who have say, an acre or less of land. The first consideration is the choice of soil, hut here the amateur gardener is often handicapped by the fact that he must use the land adjoining his house, no matter how unsuitable it may be. Still his house may not yet be erected ; he may not yet have pur chased his land. In that case, I would advise him to buy where the soil is a sandy lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893

W. E. CATLETT, '' VICTORIA. STEEET, BUXBURY'. ¥7atclies Thoroughly Examined, ^ Bepaws 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 — 23 August 1893

Government Advertisements. PERTH-JBUNBURY RAILWAY. Bunbury Railway Station Contract and Boyanup-Busselton Railway Busselton Contract. THESE Contracts for which tenders were called receivable up to TUES DAY, 8th. AUGUST, and TUESDAY, loth, AUGUST, proximo respectively, have been withdrawn until further notice. (Signed) H. W. VENN, Commissioner of Railways and Director of Public 'Works. Public 'Works Office, Perth. 22nd. July, 1893, GOVERNMENT LAND SALES. Department of Lands & Surveys Perth, 9th August, 1893. The Undermentioned Allotments of Land will be offered for Sale by PUBLIC AUCTION on the date and place speci fied below at 11 a.m. : BRIDGETOWN— September 7th, at the Resident Magis trate's Office, Bridgetown Town Lots.Nos. 6, 178, 237, 241: Upset price, £10 each. Plans and further particulars of these Lots can be obtained at this office, or at the office where the Lots are to he sold. W. E. MARMION, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Entertainments. ST. PAUL'S, BUNBURY. Public...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893

Shipping. ~v-v AD ELAIDE '^aaagsw&g^gggsa (Limited) (Under Contract with the 'West Austra liaa Government for the Con veyance of Mails) Will despatch their Splendid Steamships as under : — To Dongarra and Geraldton (from Fremantle). FLINDERS, August 23, at 4.30 p.m. No cargo can be received after 2 p.m on day of sailing. Prom Melbourne and Adelaide, with transhrrnneuts from Sydney. ALBANY jLeaves \Lfh- fu°- H' j „ Ade. Aug. 29. 11OBT. FORREST, Local Acfent. ?5^§g3k IT PARKER ''^g^^^fe^pB^iaaiAND CO.'S LINE. CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICES. From the Colonies. NEMESIS C Leaves Melb. Aug. 29 To the Colonies. TASMANIA, on or about Aug. 27. T- HAY WARD, Agent. TVTKW SERVICE OF STEAMERS. Owners— M IL7RAITH,McEACH E, N & CO., Ltd. (Under C atr ct with, the Govern ' ment of W --stern Australia.) From the Colonies C From Melb. Aug 23. BULIMBA \ ', Adelaide Aug 27. (For Melb. Sept, 8. For further information apply to — THOS. HAYWAliD & SON, Agents, Bunbury 'JfEW |^OASTAL ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893

.4y WILLIAM SMITH, ^3babinet maker, itpholsterer and undertaker, victoria street, bunbury. funerals conducted. plans drawn. . estimates given. Buildings Supervised.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893

For Sale. W. B. MITCHELI Land & Stock Agent, IS XT _C _% XT.IEi. '^ . HAS FOE- SALE :— mHIlEE Valuable Cattle Statio _L Properties in the South, and On ?f'heep Station in the North. Th latter with 18000 sheep, 100 miles c elieep-proof fencing1, ami other ver extensive improvements. FOR 8 ALE :— ~t /VBUNBURY Town Allotment.' XvJ* some being the best avail able for purchasers. Also j-Acr Suburban Lots, 200 Acre Lots, am 30 Acre Lots, also Suburban. FOR SALE:— 1 Pure bred Ayrshire Bull Calf. 3 „ Clydesdale Cart Marcs ' 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 AAA ACRES of Land, witl JAJUU frontage to the Perth Rd and in close proximity to the Perth Bunbury railway, securely fenced anc lightly timbered ; the soil am drainage good. W. B. WXTCHIZJiIm, Bnnbur3 ? Builders and Contractors. WEST AUSTRALIAN Jarrah Timber. THE undersigned is prepared tc supply Round Piles and hewi Jarrah of any length u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893

Auction MONSTER AUCTION SALE. Bankrupt Estate of u&s:. 'ttLj^rsr -^.:sa'33 sokt, Without Reserve ! Without Reserve ! JAMES MOORE Has received Instructions from the Trustee to sell by Public Auction The Whole of the Stock-in-Trade, FURNITURE, and allAYAILABLE ASSETS. Sale to commence on T-w.es-a.a,y? -A.-ui.gTra.st- SOtli., sub 1O.3O a».i2a.., ? And will be continued on the following days. T A'E?tft5.T A 'NT TO TTflBTTCTJ S£STPiAd'*Tir -T*(Th TMnSTCTCSTTOrft ? xiAAivriCi jxsxu v JA.Jail.Jc* U siu^Ai, -L»-i-i?i.ir £&AK-JLi-a w ? Clothing, Drapery, Millinery, Hosiery, Haberdashery, Hats, Boots & Shoes Crockeryware, Ironmongery, Groceries, Oilmen's Stores in great Variety, Soap, Bice, Oatmeal, Large Assortment of Patent Medicines, Chaff, Pollard, Iron Tanks, Weighing Machine, 2 Warehouse Trucks, I Side Saddle, Breech-loading Guns, Wagonette, sundry Tubs, Buckets, &c: Poultry, G-eese, E^o^stIs, DESto., 3S'fco. A Splendid lot of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Consist...

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FREETRADE & PROTECTION TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893

FREE TRADE §? PROTECTION To the Editok of The H^2ald. Sir, — In youf issue of the 16th, a long letter appeared over the signa ture of 'Freetrader)' taking you to task for the advocacy of Protection, It was a very long letter — occupied a column — but might be boiled down into two statements — viz., ' Truth ia Mighty and will prevail/ and ' Free trade is Truth.' To the first of these statements no objection can bo takeiij although Truth seems to take it very easy in endeavoring to prevail, but the second is a statement unworkable both for its novelty and the answer it gives to a question which has long awaited reply. For generation upon generation, has been asked the ques tion— 'What is Truth ?' and lo ! at last, in the 19th century of the Chris tiau era, an authoritative definition of Truth has been given — given too, not by one of the burning and shining lights of theological, gelogical or any other ogical learning, but by a humble, anonymous newspaper correspondent, who contends t...

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The Latest Cables. THE COLLIERY STRIKE. HIGH-HANDED ACTION BY THE UNIONISTS. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893

TheLatest Cables. (From our own Correspondent.) THB COLLIERY STRIKE. HIGH-HANDED ACTION BY THE UNIONISTS. London, Saturday. Seven thousand unionists took the high-handed course yesterday of marching to the collieries andfoi'cing the free-laborers to leave off work in spite of police assistance. Later. The colliery strike has asfsumed a new phase. A stubborn fight has taken place between the unionist colliers and members of other trade unions. A large number were injured on both sides — some seriously. London, Monday. There is continued fighting in South Wales where the colliers are rendered reckless by hunger, threaten to at tack the towns. They have already sacked several large bakeries, Later, The greatest distress exists among the strikers owing to the shortness of strike funds.

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AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. THE MATCH WITH GLOUCES-TERSHIRE. LONDON, Saturday, [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893

AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. _. ? At ? „ THB MATCH WITH GLOUCES TERSHIRE. [By Cable.] (From Oi^r. Correspondent.) London, Saturday, The Australians commenced a return match against Gloucestershire yesterday, the weather being fine. The visitors went to the wickets first, and compiled a total of 270. The following were the principal scorers : — Bannerman, 33 ; Trumble, 47 ; Trott, 28 ; Bruce, 23. When stumps were drawn for the day, the home team had lost 6 wickets for 76 runs. Later. The Gloucestershire match was concluded to-day, the home team closing their first innings for 109. The highest scorers were — Rice, 30 ; Ferris, 37 ; Grace, 26. In their second innings the Glou cestershire scored 131. The Australians, with 34 runs to make to win, accomplished the num ber with eight wickets to spare.

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Opening of the Line MEETING AT THE MECHANICS' [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893

Opening of the Line ? A. ? MEETING AT THE MECHANICS' On Saturday evening a public meeting, called by the Mayor, in response to a requisition, was held in the Mechanics' Institnte for the pur pose of considering the steps to be taken in connection with the forth coming opening of the Perth-Bunbury Kauway. Uwing, no doubt, to the tempestuous nature of the weather, the attendance at the commencement of the meeting was rather meagre, but later on the hall was faii'ly well filled. Amongst those present were most of the leading residents of the district. The chair was occupied by the Mayor (Mr. W. Spencer), who opened the proceedings by reading the re quisition. Mr. Wisbey said although he was not one of the requisitionists, he was quite in accordance with them, and had been requested to move the first resolution. As they were aware, in a few days they were to witness the opening of the South-Western Rail way, connecting Perth with Bunbury.. He had looked for some years to the constructio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893

Note. — Replies to correspondence will appear next issue.

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BATHING ACCOMMODATION. TO THE EDITOR THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893

BATHING ACCOMMODATION. To thk Editor of The Hehald. Sir, — Being on a visit to Bunbury I was most pleased with the pic turesque appearance of your town. The situation is one where nature has done her part, and with a very moderate outlay, I am fully per suaded that your town as a summer resort would be well patronised by many p«u[jiu wuu iniu. xurn, xeini, and other towns anything but a de sirable place for those seeking rest, and change of scenery, etc. One of the chief attractions to a summer resort is, that there should be good and safe bathing accommodation. This, 1 was surprised to find — lacking, notwithstanding the ease and trifling cost that suitable accommodation could be obtained. Oil enquiry, I was informed that such accommoda tion had been contemplated, but for want of funds, and the winter coming on, the project had been allowed to stand in abeyance. I cannot think that the Town Council and the lead ing business men will suffer this want to remain longer without taking ...

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THE PROPOSED CELEBRATION COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893

THE PROPOSED CELEBRATION COMMITT EB ME ETING. A meeting of the committee for the opening ceremony of the South western Railway, was held yesterday evening, at the Prince of Wales Hotel. There were present: — The mayor (Mr. W. Spencer, J.P,) in the chair ; Dr. Lovegrove, aud Messrs. Timperley R.M., Woodrow, Stokes, Maxted, and Cusack, and Mr. Stafford, hon. sec. The secretary reported that he wi'ote to the Premier, informing him that at a public meeting, held on the 19th inst.. it was unanimouslv re solved to celebrate the official openiug of the South-western Railway in a marked manner, and that he was in structed by the committee to ask: the Premier if it would be convenient to have the opening ceremony on Fri day, 8th September, and also to ask the Government, th rough the Premier for a donation towards the expenses. To this letter Sir John Forrest sent the following telegram on Tuesday : — ' Friday, 8th September, will suit me to visit Bunbury for the official opening of the Sout...

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Education Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893

Education Reform. By Uno. The intimation of the intention of the Government with respect, to the non-interference with the principle of assisted schools in the Amended Education Act seemed to have fallen 'upon the community like a thunder clap. An ominous silence for a time might be taken for the calm presag ing the storm. This, however, is brewing: and assuredly will burst in all its intensity. One cannot doubt it is the bona fide intention of the Ministry to deal with the measure ?during this session. Opinion is freely ?expressed that it may merely be brought forward as a legacy to be dealt with by a House much more representative of the country — early indication of the election of which are shown by the progress of the ?Constitution Bill. The wish may be the father of the thought, and _ springs from the fact that the gravity of so important a measure demands that back-bone should not be lacking in the Government which undertakes to deal with it. No begging the question is permis...

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ACTION AGAINT AN INSURANCE COMPANY. PERTH To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893

ACTION AGAINT AN INSUR ANCE COMPANY: ? * ? [By Telegraph.] (From Our Correspondent.) Perth To-day. In the Supreme Court yesterday, the case of Luber against the New Zealand Fire Insurance Company — a claim for £11,000 — was commenced. The case is likely to last several days. |

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WELLINGTON A. & P. SOCIETY. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893

WELLINGTON A. 8f P. SOCIETY. COMMITTEE MEETING. A committee meeting of the 'Wel- lington A. and P. Society was held on Saturday last, when the prize list for next show was dealt with. Some prizes were eliminated, some in creased, and Borne reduced. The champion class for horses was abolished, and the prize list of last ? it ? _ n ? j j _ i n year generally anoweu to stana, con ditional on last year's donors again generously coming to the fore. The following letter from the Premier, in reply to a query as to when the balance of grant would be paid, and also if the Government would supplement the grant for this occasion : — 'Piwmipr'n O(Tir-A Perth, 16th August, 1893. Sib — In reply to your letter of the 12th inst as soon as the estimates are passed, the con tribution of the Government can at once be paid. I cannot at the present moment say if it will be possible to make it more thau the usual £25 per year, but I fear it Trill not bo possible. I am very glad to hear that you are takin...

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W.A. LAND CO. V. ALBANY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THE APPEAL REFUSED. PERTH, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893

W.A. LAND CO. V. ALBANY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. V THE APPEAL REFUSED. [Br Telegraph.] [From Our Correspondent.] Perth, To-day. The Full Court yesterday gave its decision in the appeal of the W.A. Land Co. against the recent decision in favor of the Albany Municipal Council on the ranch-vexed crossing question . The three judges were unanimous m their opinion that the Company had no right whatever to the street. The appeal was refused with costs. Mr. Parker moved to stay execution pending an appeal to the Privy Coun cil.

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AUSTRALIA V. SECOND-CLASS COUNTIES. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893

AUSTRALIA F. SECOND-CLASS COUNTIES. London, Tuesday. The Australians commenced a match against the combined Second Class Counties yesterday. The Englishmen, winning the toss, batted first, and scored 147 runs. The Australians made a very bad start, and had lost 6 wickets for 89 l'uns, when stumps were drawn for t.ie day.

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THE TROUBLE ON THE ITALIAN BORDER. MORE FIGHTING AMONG THE WORKMEN. FIFTY ITALIANS KILLED. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893

THB TROUBLE ON THB ITAL IAN BORDER. MORE FIGHTING AMONG THE WORKMEN. FIFTY ITALIANS KILLED. London, Saturday. More fighting is reported between the French and the Italian workmen at Agnes Mortes in the Department of Gonde. The Italians were beaten again, being out-numbered, and fifty were killed. Fifty others were rescued by the French troopB. London, Tuesday. Much excitement exists throughout Italy, concerning the recent fight be tween the French and Italian work men. The French Foreign Minister, M. Dupany, has officially expressed his regret at the incident. Notwithstand ing, renewed riots have occurred at Turin, Milan, and Genoa. The Prefect of Rome, and the Chief Inspector of Police have both been suspended by the Italian Gov ernment for failing to protect the French Embassy against the attack by rioters. The French Consulates in other cities are surrounded by cordons of troops.

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