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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893
I Notices. I KOOMBAKA I STEAM : Roller Flour Mill, BUNBURY, » -O KT S J&- Xj» lEE — ||f By tlic Undersigned. ffl Best Boiler, Flour, £9 15s. per ton. B Single Bag, 20s. , half bag, 10s. fid. m quarter bag, 5 s. 6d. M Pollard,- 7s. per lOOlbs. - . § Bran. 6s. 6d. per lOOlbs. I Oats, 3s. 2A. per bushel. f Crushed Oats, 3s. 6d. per bushel. -t Wheat (seed), 4s, 6d. per bushel. Fowls wheat, 3s. per bushel. Barley, 3s. (kl. per bushel. ?If Peas, 4s. bushel. Pigsfood (sweepings), 5s. per bag. - Bone Dust, 7s. per cwt. REDUCED RATES for QUANTITY. Delivered Free any part of town, su burbs, or railway station. ROBERT FORREST. YOUNG- FIREL0CK9 To Stand for the Season at ?BROOKFIELD, BRUNSWICK Single Mares ? ... £2 0 0 For 3 or more Mares, a reduction will be '' made of 5s for each-mare. YOUNG FIRELOCKisby 'Firelock,' grandson of the English horse ' Fire away,' out of Mr. Williams' grey mare '? Cowra,' imported, ' R. J. HEPPIN&STONE, EOR SALE.— 100 ACRES FREE HOLD LAND, Situated...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. The Constitution Act Amend ment Bill second reading was moved by Hon. S: H, Parker. The Hon. Morrison while not op posing the favored extensive amendments by Mr. Hackett, made a good speech, supporting the Bill, and contending that -it was whafe the colony required. Hons. Congdon, Randell, and Anstey supported the second read ing, which was agreed to without division. The Stock Tax Bill was read a third time, and passed. The House adjourned.
The Home Rule Bill MOTION FOR CLOSING THE DEBATE. AMENDMENT Br MR. CHAMBERLAIN. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893
The Home Rule Bill v ? - MOTION FOR CLOSING THE DEBATE. AMENDMENT BY/ MR. CHAM BERLAIN. [By Cable.] (From our own Correspondent.) London, Tuesday. Mr. Gladstone has brought for warded a motion in the House of Commons for closing the debate on the Home Rule Bill at the report stage on the 25th August. Mr. Chamberlain moved an amend ment. He said the motion was un precedented in Parliamentary history and that it was impossible any longer to rely on a sense of honor and equity in the majority of the House. Such a majority was due to the votes of priests, moon-lighters and illiterates Mr. Gladstone, in the course of a temperate speech, said the motion, was intended to secure the liberty and efficiency of Parliament. The. house divided, and the motion was carried by a majority of 39.
WEDDING AT GREENBUSHES. GREENBUSHES, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893
WEDDING AT GREENBUSEEl (From Our Correspondent,) Greenbushes, Monday. A very pretty wedding took place here this morning at 10 o'clock, when Mr. Alf. Blechynden, son of Mr. John Blechynden, sen., of Bridgetown, and Miss Mary Ellen Bovell, second daughter of Mr. John Bovell, of the Blackwood Inn, were united in the Ti ri\-\T Tirvnria Viv +.V10 T?.ot7- .X 'Rrn.nfl. The bride was given away by her father, and looked charming in a very pretty dress of white silk broche, trimmed with lace and orange blos soms, with a hat to match. The bridesmaids were Miss Agnes Bovell, sister of the bride, and Miss May Blechynden. sister of the groom. Mr. John Blechynden acted as best man. A great number attended at Mr. Jno. Bovell's to the wedding-breakfast. In the evening a dance is to be held.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893
Tuesday, August 22. The Premier moved the second reading of the Chinese Immigra tion Bill in a short speech, ex plaining the necessity for the mea sure. lhe debate was adjourned. On the motion of Mr. Richardson the Legal Practitionei%Js Bill was further considered in committee.. Clauses 15 to 26 were passed. Progress was reported. Mr. E,. Sholl moved for a return shewing the amount expended on the Collie Coalfield, and the amount of coal raised. The Premier replying to Mr. Monger, said that the matter-uf— — the revision of the tariff was under consideration by the Government. The House adjourned.
PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. MONDAY, AUGUST 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893
PARLIAMENT, [by electric telegraph] (Prom our own Correspondent.) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Monday, August 21. The Assembly sat three hours. The Municipalities Act and Con solidation Bill were read for the first time. The Destructive Birds and Ani mals and Public Depositors Relief Bills, were read the third time and passed. Mr. Clarkson moved, that all poison land be thrown open for se lection under the terms of the regulations. The Premier stated the matter was a difficult one to deal with. Very few who had taken up poison lands had fulfilled the conditions. The Government proposed to bring forward special legislation next session. The motion was withdrawn. Mr. Canning moved a prayer petition for lending books from the Victorian Public Library, which met with strong opposition from all parts of the House. Mr. Simpson seconded the mo tion. He considered the Library would be made more useful by lending the books. The motion was negatived. The Premier in answer to Mr. Canning, said that t...
OUR ANNUAL SHOW. THE PREMIER TO BE PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893
OUR ANNUAL SHOW. THE PREMIER TO BE PRESENT. The following reply from the Pre mier (Sir John Forrest) to an invi tation from the Wellington Agricul tural and Pastoral Society to attend the Annual Show was received by Mr. T. Jeffrey, hon. sec. on Monday a of. ? The Treasury, Perth, August 18th., 1893. My Deae Me. Jeffrey, I thank you for your kind invitation to your Annual Show, and will, I hope, be able to be present. I have also plea sure in sending you £2 2s., as a small contribution to your funds. I wish you every success in the good work you are taking so much interest in in your dis trict. Believe me, Tours very sincerely, JOHN FORREST.
Topics of the Week [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893
Topics of the Week. 'We understand that there is some hitch in the mile subscription race at the Vasse. Mr, Robert Lowrie sent down his en trance fee — £5 — and we are informed his cheque was returned. It may perhapsjbe the intention of the promoters to confiue the entries to residents of the Vasse and the district : if so, it should certainly liare been mentioned. Bkashaw & Co. for Beautiful Wedding and Birthday Cakes. * # * The cutter Paragon, having discharged the first cargo of Jarrah timber from the Quindalup Mills, returned again for an other cargo on Friday evening. She will probably be her3 to-morrow or Friday. 3: * # The hon. sec. for the opening ceremony of the South-Western line has lost no time in notifying the gentlemen of the outlying districts who were appointed on the General Committee at the public meeting on Saturday night of their appointments, Circulars were forwarded to each of those gentlemen by mail on Mouday morning soliciting their co operation. # # ...
Vasse. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893
Vasse. (From Our Correspondent.) VassE, Saturday. On Saturday last, Mr. A. J. Biisse!1* infant daughter died of influenza, an-.l was buried on Monday, The tiny coffin was carried by fouryottng boy .-5 and was followed by a lot of Mr. and Mrs. Bussel's friends and relations to its last resting-place. Mrs. Longbottom, sen., I regret, is still very ill, beinqf confined to her bed, and grave fears are entertain p»l as to her recovery. The old lady is between 73 and 74 years of age, so that her chances of recovering are. not very great* Mrs. Abbey, sen,, has also had an other rather severe attack of illness lately, Mr. Bovell lias rejected his l.irije hay-shed and the roofing is nearly completed. He is having it shingled this time-, as he is under the impres sion that the wind has too much hold of iron roofing, Mr. C. J. Hough** new store is nearly completed, and Mr, Robinson'rf new stable is also in a forward state. He has made some improvements to his new house facing the Quindalup roa...
THE MERCANTILE BANK PROSECUTIONS, MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893
TEE MERCANTILE BANK PROSECUTIONS, ? * ? [By Telegraph.] (From Our Correspondent.) Melbourne, Thursday. The Minister of Justice has de manded an explanation from Mr. Panton for refusing to issue a sum mons against Sir Matthew Davies. Mr. Panton replied that as there is no new evidence forthcoming, it is simply a waste of funds to proceed further. Later. Mr. W. J. Lorimer, Police Magis trate, has granted a summons to Mr. Cox against Sir M. H. Davies.
THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1893. OPENING OF THE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893
THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1893. OPENING OF THE LINE. Our readers will be aware that we have been somewhat persistent in our advocacy that in some form or other the official opening of the South- Western Railway should be signalised by a demonstration that should indicate our appreciation of the great boon conferred upon this town and district, and at the same time manifest our confidence in the resources of these districts when afforded facilities for the cheap and rapid transport of our produc tions. It is therefore with no small degree of satisfaction that we were able to announce last week that some of our most intelligent and influential townsmen had ac quiesced in our view, and adopted the practical course of requisition ing the Mayor to call a public meeting for the purpose of consider ing what steps should be taken to mark our sense of the importance of the occasion of the opening of the line. The hearty reception ac corded to the request by the Mayor augured ...
SPORTS AT TEE VASSE VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 August 1893
SPORTS AT TEE VASSR (From Our CoRRfispotfDfixf,) VassSi, Saturday* Owing to the wet weather this morning, it Was feared that the sports Would have to be postponed, but for* tiiuately it cleared about mid-day when a good number put in an ap pearance, The olhcials tor the private match were — Mr. Bovell, time-keeper ; Mr. J. Abbey and Mr. J. B. Locke, judges ; Mr. Hough, starter, For Shfiieldthefollowinggentlemen acted — Starter, Mr. Barnard ; haudi capper, Mr. Hough ; keeper of marktf, Mr. Thurkle ; judges, Messrs. J.-&N. Abbey ; time-keeper and referee, Mr. Jno. Bovell* Theprivate match between Holgate and Smith, for £20 aside, a distance fo 90 chains, started at two o'clock, and was won by Holgate by about a yard and a half* Appended are the results: Sheffield Handicap. — 120Yds. 1st. heat. W. Holgate (10yds) ? 1 G, Barnard (14yds) ... ... .2 Brown (14yds) ? 3 Time, 12|-secs* 2nd. heat, Finiayson (9yds.) ? 1 R. Smith (12yds.) ? 4 ... 2 Nundle (9yds.) ? , ... 3 Time, 12sec. ...