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RIOTS IN CHICAGO. LONDON, Monday, [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

RIOTS IN CHICAGO. London, Monday* Serious riots occurred at Chicago yesterday, when large numbers of the Unemployed attacked the car riages- of the wealthy people, which : were overthrown*, and several persons injured. The Chicago Press suggests that the rioters be shipped to Australia, .where openings are occurring on the goldfields. . ' ' i

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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THE SITUATION IN MASHONALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

THE SITUATION INMASH0NA LAND. The situation in Maslionland con tinues serious, owing to the threat ening attitude of the Matables. Rubengttla, Ling «f Matabeland, has sent further defiant letters to Sir Henry Loch, High Commissioner for British South Africa, and to' Mr. Cecil Rhodes, Chairuiam of the Brit ish South Africa Company. Later. Latest advice from Mashonland state that Lobengnla is furious, and declines to receive his usual monthly subsidy from the British South Africa Company, or to treat with the com pany regarding compensation, until the Mashonas against whom he has a grievance are surrendered, ;

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THE DISESTABLISHMENT OF THE SCOTCH CHURCH, LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

THE DISESTABLISHMENT OF THE SCOTCH CHURCH* London, Saturday. AScotch deputation waited on Mr. Gladstone' yesterday, in- order to urge him to push on the disestablishment of the Scotch Church. In his reply to tire deputation Mr. Gladstone stated that he was favorable to introduce a Bill for that object, in ^preference to passing a Suspensary Bill suspending all Church appointment, as was done in regard to the Welsh Church, He considered that by this means the wishes of the deputation would be the more readily accomplished*

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The Latest Cables. THE AUSTRALIAN PARTY IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. LONDON Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

The Latest Cables. ^ ? -^A ? -. (From our own Correspondent-,') THE AUSTRALIAN PARTY IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. London* Thursday. The Australian party in the Houge of Commons has been i-e-named the the Colonial party-, and now it em braces all the self-governing colonies. The Standard of this morning ex tends a welcome to the party, and declares that its memders are among the best -members of the House* Later. , A meeting of the new Colonial party in the House of Commons was held yesterday* Sir Charles Dilke was one of the speakers-. He said that the party did not wish, to iiiterfe fere with the Agents»General-, but to assist the colonies in such matters as telegraph and postal reform, the the New Caledonian recidiviste qnes tion, and the appointment of Gover nors.

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TEE CONSTITUTION BILL. DECISION OF THE CAUCUS MEETING, PERTH, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

THE CONSTITUTION MIL, DECISION OF THE CAUCUS MEETING, [By Telegraph.] (From Our Correspondent.) Perth-, To-day. The result of the the private caucus meeting declares that seats must, be arranged on a population basis, and that the result of conservatism in the Council will mean, the formation of radical societies throughout the colony for the people, demand and will have ' its 'amending1 Constitution Bill.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

Miscellaneous. I WILLIAM REID, owner of the 9 Ketch, ' Duchess of Kent.' and the Schooner, ' Theresa,' will not be re sponsible for any DEBTS contracted by any of the crew of the above vessels or other persons without my written au thority. NOW in my paddock, 1 red and white STEER, no brand or mark risible, about two years old, supposed to be the progeny of one of my own cows. Any Person showing a better claim can have the same by paving expenses. 'THOS. ROBERTS, Minninup. ' Rosemore ' Tenders TO BUILDERS. nHENDERS are invited until noon of JL THURSDAY, 31st. inst.. for the ERECTION and COMPLETION of a VrLLA for G. R. TURNER, Esq., Bunbury. Plans and specifications can be seen at the Architect's office. Perth, or at Mr. G. R. Turner's office, Bunbury, where Bun bury tenders are to be delivered. The lowest or any tender not neces sarily accepted, and no allowance made for any tender. J. TALBOT HOBBS, A.R.V.I.A. Architect and Surveyor. Perth, Aug. 17th.. 1893. For Sale. TO BE SOLD.— A...

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AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION BILL. THE FEELING IN PERTH. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

AMENDMENT OF THE CON STITUTION BILL. THE. FEELING IN PERTH. ' ? (By Telegraph-..] [From Our Correspondent,] Perth, This Dav. There IS much, consternation m political circles at the result of Mr* Hooley's amendment to the Consti tution Bill, limiting the number of the members of tlie Council to 18. It is believed that the fate 'of the Bill is in jeopardy, as the Govern ment cannot accept the amendment. The West Australian this morning comnients in severe terms on the action of the majority, which in cluded Hons. Hassel and. Anstey, the new nominees.

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1893. THE COLLIE COALFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1893. \ THE COLLIE COALFIELD. - NT We briefly announced last week that proposals had been submitted to the Government by a Syndicate desirous of establishing a colliery at the Collie coalfield. We are very pleased to be able in this issue to publish, the full text of the proposals. It will also be inter esting to our readers to learn that tho representative in Perth, of this Syndicate is 3VIi\ E, Thomson, so well and favorably known in con nection with coal mining, and who visited the Collie coalfield some three years ago, and has since been eagerly watching its slow but satis factory development. This gentle man has always expressed a high opinion of the value of the coal re sources of this locality, and as an evidence of his hona fides, no less than of his confidence in its future, it may be mentioned that Mr. Thomson has held 2,800 acres of the Collie coal ai*ea during the last three years. We understand that so far as the extension of th...

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A NUISANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

A NUISANCE. v ? To THE EdITOE OF THE IIEEA.LD. Sir, — Travelling over the S.W. Railway. I noticed an abominable stench at or about the 90-mile post, caused through 2 dead horses and 1 dead bullock-. The animals were run over by the ballast kaa Sonte. time ago, and I think N.S.D. the riding boss. as he is called should have seen to their burial. But 'the nuisance Still exists, though it may be remedied before tlie. coming ' shifoo.' — I am, etc., MIKAL.

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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

Topics of tlie Week. The schooner Theresa arrived from Fremantie on Sunday, with a full load of general cargo. *** Silver is now quoted in the home markets, at 2s lOd per oz., and Tin, in London, at £78 per ton. Just before going to press -we were in structed to state that Messrs. Jarvis and Castle have reduced the price of their bricks to £2 2s. per 1000. * * * Mr. David Reid, surveyoi', who has been employed by the Government, for the last 12 months, in the G-reeubushcs and I^laclcwood, is novr a member of the water' supply part}' at Coolgardie. # * # The committee of the Bunbury Football Club wish to thank Mr. Maxted' (Vice President) for his donation to the club, Tenders for the erection of colliery staging at the Collie Coalfields are called for by the Government. Specifications and drawings can be seen at the Court House, Bunbury, and tenders musb be sent ia on Tuesday, 12th September. # * # Amongst the passengers by train to Perth on Monday, were Mi\ Joseph Cookworthy, M.L.A....

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France and Siam. DISCHARGE OF DANISH OFFICERS DEMANDED. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

JD J. dLOv/t? (Cljii.ll OlitlXi. ? v ? DISCHARGE OF DANISH OF^ FIOERS DEMANDED. (From Our Correspondent.). ; [Bir CAB.ri:.] London, Saturday-. France lias dispntched a warship to Kohsaxait, on the coast of Siam, with the object v-i feringing pressure to bear on Siam* ...... ? Later. France has demanded that the Danish Officers in the service of the King 'of Siam shall be discharged. London, Tuesday-. ; Negotiations between France and Siam have come to a standstHi. ; The French, have made several ad ditional demands, and are erecting earthworks at Chantabon.

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THE NEXT ELECTION IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SIR GEO. DIBBS' VIEWS. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

THE NEXT ELECTION IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SIR GEO. .DIBBS' VIEWS. [Br Telegraph.] CFkom Our Cobrespoxdest.') - SvdxeV. To-dav. Sir Geo. Dibbs, speaking at Tani woi'th yesterday, said that the next general election would be fought on the lines of Protection v. Freetrader

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Vasse. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

Vasse. (FMsi Our Correspondent.) 'Vasse* Saturday. A large vessel, the Camana, is at Hamlin, loading timber for Mauritius* The vessel was piloted down from Fremantle by Mr. C. Nicholas, who, after berthing his vessel) returned to Fremantle by the coach. ? We have two meetings Convened for this afternoon — a Race meeting at 2 p.m., and the S. D. A. Society com'' mittee meeting at 3 p.m., and, if pos sible, I will forward you an account of the same. It is a fortunate thing that we have succeeded in getting the £200 bonus from the Government for our new show ground-, as arrange ments were entered into for the supplying of timber for the show fence and shed some time ago, when the money was first promised, and if the money was not forthcoming* the committee would be placedin rather an awkward position* The new shed to be erected on the ground is to be 60ft long, and 18ft. wide, and to be covered with corrugated iron. The ground itself is to be levelled and ploughed, and I believe: it wi...

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PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 29. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

A ? ^_ [by electric telegraph] ? ; (FltOM OUR OWN' CORRESPOXDEN'T.) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, August 29. The Legal Practitioners Bill was passed t-hi-ough committee. The Fremantle Gas Coy's Bill- was read a. second time. ' 'Mr. Burt moved the second reading Df the Wines, Beer and Spirits Act Amendment- Bill. He stated that; the main provisions of the Bill dealt with bogus clubs, and also placed the Licensing Bench on a proper basis. Messrs. Molloy, Shol.l, Throssell, and Quinlan welcomed the Bill. The debate was adjourned. ;

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Greenbushes. GREENBUSHES, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

Oreenbushes.. — fy — . (Ffiosr Our Owx Correspoxdkxt.) QitEENBUSirES, Monday. The usual monthly meeting of the Greenbushes Miners' Progress Asso ciation was held at the Assembly-room on Saturday evening, The following officers were present — Mr. J; Dun-stan, president : G, M. Williams, vice-president ; W. 0. Ram say, secretary ; and a full attendance of members* i After the ordinary business of the. evening had been gone through, Thereduction of fees byone-haJf for registering stacked dirt, etc., on the following items, as framed by the committee, were placed before the members : For Registrar to decide centre of creek, . present, fee — £1 ; ' Machine area, area for stacking tailings market garden area, aud washing area,: present fee — £1 each; For registering stacked earth, present : fee— 5s. s, Declaration, loss of license, mining li cense, present fee. 75s. ; Examination of registrars for each entry present fee, Ss. 6d% Mr. R. C, Williams, seconded by Mr. Robssii, proposed that t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

WILLIAM SMITH, CABINET MAKER, UPHOLSTERER AITS UNDERTAKER. VICTORIA STREET, BUNBURY. FUNERALS CONDUCTED. PLANS DRAWN. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Buildings Supervised. - ?? W. E. CATLETT, VICTORIxV STREET, EUXEUHY. , ^ Watches Thoroughly Examined. Repairs, clone with despatch at the loicesi possible prices. . Old fashioned Jewellery made up into the newest designs by an experienced tradesman. ' ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

Shipping. : ?y^\ AD ELAI D JE / -Uudev Contract witli the West Austra lian Government for the Con xeytmcc of Mails) 'Will despatch their Splendid Steamships as under:— To Dongarra and Geraldton (from FremanUe). FLINDERS, August 30, at 4.30 p.m. No cargo can be received after 2 p.m. *on day of sailing. l?rom Melbourne and Adelaide, with transhipments from Sydney. ALBAJSY- ^ Ade gcpt 2 . EOBT. FORREST, Local A sent. { -«B^^^IsiND CO.'S LINE. CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICES, From the Colonies. NEMESIS ( Leaves Meib. Aug. 29 To the Colonies. TASMANIA, on or about Aug. 27. T. HAYWARD, Agent. TVTKW SERVICE OF STEAMERS. Owners— Mel LWR AITH,McE ACH- n ?E1VN-& GO., Ltd. (Under Contract with the Govern ment of Western Australia.) From the Colonies (EromMelb. Aug23. . BULIMBa} ', Adelaide Ang 27. . CFoi-Melb. Sept. 8. For further information apply to— TKOS, HAYWARD & SON, Agents, Bunbiiiy ~k:ew coastal qervice. a.j£kK CAPX REID has much ^?^Pj^jjVeasnre in informing -the £SS|js|if...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE, [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE, ? A ? . Messrs. Kelly & Co., Sydney, report : Tin Ore, 13s. per unit in Sydney. 'Messrs. Tfcomas Hayward and Sop report :— . . ^__ Wholesale ~2&^h 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, Cora Sacks, 7s. per doz. Bran Bags, 5s, 6d. per doz. Wool Bales, lOf , 3s. each. 'Kerosene Oil, 150Q test, 11s. Salt, fine (Black Horse), £6 10s. ton. Bone Dust (imp.), £7 ton. Flour (Adelaide Roller), £11 Sharks Bay Guano £-1 10s. bags in. Pollard, £7 Bran, £6 10s. Oats, 3s. 6d. bushel. Chaff, £6. ton Potatoes (local), £7 ton. 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 30th, 1S93.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

Notices. KOOMBANA STEAM Roller Flour Mill, BUNBURY, — O Iff S -i^ JLm 3S2 By tlie Uudersigued. Best 'Roller, Flour, £9 15s. per ton. Single Bag, 20s. , half bag, 10s. 6d. quarter bag, 5 s. 6d. Pollard, 7s. per lOOlbs. ? Bran, 6s. 6d. per lOOlbs. Oats, 3s. 3d. per bushel. Crushed Oats, 3s. 6d. per bushel. Wheat (seed), 4s. 6d. per bushel. Crushed wheat, 4s 9d per bushel Fowls wheat, 3s. per bushel. Barley, 3s. 6u\ per bushel. Crushed barley. 3s 9d per bashel Peas, 4s. bushel. Crusted Peas, 4s 2d per bushel. Pigsfood (sweepings), os. per bag. Boue Dust, 7s. per cwt. REDUCED RATES for QUANTITY. Delivered Free any part of town, su burbs, or railway station. ROBERT FORREST. JOSEPH O M I T H, BRIDGETOWN IMPORTER AND GENERAL DEALER, ALWAYS ON HAND— D R APERY ! DRAPERY ! ! Of all descriptions. GROCERIES ! GROCERIES ! -fce,, &c, at the 'J^owest Possible Price FOR (Jash. agent for: The Buxhury Herald The Equitable Life Assurance Co. T. Hayward and Son, Bunbury. EA SCHOFIELD has just r...

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FREETRADE V. PROTECTION [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 August 1893

FBEETRADE V. PROTECTION, ? ~ ? ? Sir,— Referring- again to your, ar* tide on the Tariff question , you'Sayy ' when We consider tile acres of first* ' class agricultural land that has been 'got, and can be got* on the most ' lihtera.! tprms f.litrt. rlrtpd -nht. i^.nsf. nin-i 'tenth the amount iofclear that oiu1 'thickly timbered land does* and the ? ''- * ' 'large areas that can be ' pnt tind-.'r''' '?''?'? ' cultivation with the use of the most ' modern appliances, and the grenk-, 'facilities afforded the farmers by. ' cheap freights, etc.— it will be at 'once seen that there are only .two, ;'-;: *' courses open, either an increased 'Tariff will have to be levied . (at .'?.... ' least- for some years. to Come) on all. ' agricultural produce coming into tlie 'colony-, to enable those whenhcur the . . ' large expense of clearing the laud Ut ' get a return for the money and -labor' -.-.-';?'? ' expended, or else the whole of the'' -'?'?. 'lands of this colony will have to/''?' 'be tur...

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