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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

Shipping. -^JV AD EL AIDE (Under Contract with the West Austra lian Government for the Con veyance of Mails) Will despatch their Splendid Steamships as under : — To Dongarra and G-eraldton (from Fremantle). FLINDERS, Sept, 20. at 4.30 p.m. No cargo can be received after 2 p.m. on day of sailing. : From Melbourne and Adelaide, with transhipments from Sydney. r-TTT «tj») Leaves Melb. Sept. 20 BULARAj ^ Ade Scpt 23 HOBT. FOBB-EST, Local Agent. ~\ %? TJUDDART '^ffeklk -tl PARK E R QaB3aE»»AyD co.'s line. CARGO AND PASSENGER SEJ1VICES. From the Colonies. T ASArANTA $ Leaves Melb- SeP*- 9 To the Colonies. NEMESIS, on or about Sep. 20. T. HAYWAED, Agent. ?'?? 'jVTKW SERVICE OF STEAMERS. Owners— MoILWRAITH,McE ACH ERN & CO., Ltd. ? (Under Contract with the Govern ment of Western Australia.) For the Colonies EDDYSTONE, September 16. CLONCURRY, September 20. For further information apply to — THOS. HAYWABD & SON, Agents, Bunbury 'T^KW j^OASTAL SERVICE. JJ£3v CAPT. REID has nin...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

WILLIAM SMITH, CABINET MAKES, UPHOLSTERER AND UNDERTAKER. VICTORIA STREET, BUNBURY. FUNERALS CONDUCTED. PLANS DRAWN. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Buildings Supervised.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

For Sale. ? KOO1IBAHA STEAM Roller Flour Mill, BUNBURY, -Q 3SJ S J&. X* ES By the Undersigned. Best Roller, Flour, £9 15s. per ton Single Bag, 20s. , half bag, 10s. (3d. quarter bag. 5s. (3d. ' Pollard, 7s. per 1001 bs. Bran. 6s. (3d. per lOOlhs. Oats, 3s. 3d. per bushel. Crushed Oats, 3s. Gd. per bushel. Wheat (seed), -Is, Gd. per bushel. Crushed wheat. 4s 9d per bushel Fowls wheat, 3s. per bushel. Barley, 3s. Gd. per bushel. Crushed barley. 3s Qd per bashel Peas, 4s. bushel. Crushed Peas, Is 2d per bushel. Pigsfood (sweepings), 5s. per bag. Bone Dust, 7s. per cwt. REDUCED RATES for QUANTETT. Delivered Free any part of town, su burbs, or railway station. ROBERT FORREST. ' September 20th. mo FARMERS & GARDENERS. FOR SALE— Blood Manure, Nitrate of Soda, Kainit, Lucerne Seed. T. HAYWARD. FOR SALE.— 100 ACRES FREE HOLD LAND, Situated near the Ludlow River, and not far from the Boy anup-Busselton Railway Line, fenced, and 20 acres cultivated. The above land is well suite...

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THE DAILY NEWS' BUNBURY CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

THE DAILY NEWS' BUNBURY CORRESPONDENCE. ?*- To thb Editob of The Hebald. Sir, — The Bunbury correspondent of the Daily Neios (who is on the staff of the Southern Times) in a con tribution to the Daily Netos which appeared in that journal on the 7th of September, does a positive injust ice to Mr, John Marshall, the gentle man who opposed the proposals by Mr. Thomson's syndicate for the working of the coal fields, The cor respondence in question read — ' Mr. Marshall ruado a comparatively feeble speech on behalf of the proposition made by him. He admitted that it would be impracticable for the Government to work the coal-fields, consequently, he would be fa vorable to Mr. Thomson's proposals if they were put in an amended form. Mr. Marshall read his speech to the audience, some of whom believe he did not himself understand what he objected to,' This is untrue on the face of it, as Mr. Marshall did not read his speech and it was perfectly clear and intelli gible, and his proposition wa...

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GRAFTING THE GRAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

GRAFTING THE GRAPE. A person who is familiar with the graft ing of trees and shrubs, will usually succeed moderately well with the grape, but those who have had no experience in this direc tion had batter let grape grafting alone. .Rooted vines of one or two years old, are now so ehoap, it is scarcely worth while for the amateur to raise plants even when ho has an abundance of cuttings. Ia grafting over old vines, the stock is out off just below the Burface of the ground, then split with a knife and chisel and a short wedge-shaped oion inserted as in olef t grafting of apple and other fruit trees. No was, however ia used in grafting the grape, the soil being drawn back and firmly pressed about tbo stook andcion. The operation may be per formed an soon aB thr froBt ia out of the ground in spring, or deferred until the vines have made a few inches of growth, but if grafted late the oion a should be cut in winter and buried in some cool place where the buda will not swell until after t...

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MR. THOMSON'S PROPOSALS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

MB. THOMSON' 7 PROPOSALS. To the Editor of The Herald. Sir, — It seems astounding that per sons supposed to be disinterested are still found advocating the Govern ment's acceptance of Mr. Thompson's proposals to work the Collie coalfield, because after a close scrutiny of the proposals, I believe that, no person in his sane senses who is not interested in the floating of the company, would support such a preposterous request fortunately Mr. Ihomsons sup porters are few, and uninfluential, arid their extravagant expressions in fa vox* of the syndicate will not be likely to influence the Government. Of course it is the interest of Mr. Thom son and his few supporters to parade before the public the probability that unless the syndicate's proposals are accepted (and that immediately), the. Collie coalfield would not be opened up for years. This cry may frighten a few people, but the thinking portion of the community see a little further, and are not prepared to jump into the first trap ...

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MANAGEMENT OF CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

MANAGEMENT OF CALVES. The young cBlves will be very thankfnl for a small allowance of mixed meal and bran, given once a day. If this is given by hand, in a dish, it will tame the young things and make them so dooile that (here will bo no trouble when the oalve3 grow up to cow's estate^ and must be milked - and Handled. A neiler coming In should never need to be broken. This training, not breaking, should be done eariy and in the winter when tho opportunities are plenty, and if well done there will be no bad habits to be broken. The care should be to lead the young animal by degrees from one stage to another to perfect familiarity with its keeper. There will be no vicious or refrac tory cows in a dairy managed in this way.

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FLANNELS AND COLORED ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

FLANNELS AND 'COLORED ARTICLES. A plan whioh I have found answer admirably ia to wash the white clothes one week, and the flannels and colored cottons | another. Should soda sret into the wash- * tub, fast colors are apt to remain fast no longer ; and if by any ohanoe the colored article should get alongside a white hand kerchief, the two sometimes go together into the boiler — with results which may be left to the imagination. To be washed successfully flannels and colored things must be washed quiokly. There is no doubt that the anoient method of rubbing soap npon the clothes is fast disap pearing. Now, I out off half a pound of Boap and shave it into a saucepan containing three pints of water ; then stand the pan by the fire until the soap iB melted and thor oughly mixed with the water. Turn the mixture out into a basin and let it get cold. Two pans of hot water standing side by side will be required. Into one, sufficient soap jelly should be put to make the water feel soapy. If ...

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The Housekeeper. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

The Housekeeper. Stuina mado by fruit on white goods will diwippont under an application of ammonia, provided tho fabric has not first boen washed \yith chemical soap ; and evou after tho stninB hiivo boen act in thia way a thorough boiling in suds will usually remove them. A SnOULBEB OF VKAIi. Somo timo ago in one of our exchanges, Mra. C. G. Herbert said : ' It is muck more economical to buy veal in large quantities, and it can be put to bo many different uses that a small family can easily dispose of ten pounds without becoming in the least tired of it. Veal is an excellent substitute for chioken, and oan be used in a pie, croquets, clear white soup, scalloped eggs and scalloped maoaroni, and any other use to whioh chioken is put — even making a delicious salad. Tho shoulder of veal oan be bought in the markets for a low sum. Have tho buboher remove the shoulder blade and out off the knuGkle ; keep that and the meat that belongs with it for soup and jelly ; it will make three pin...

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ORCHARD ROOT KNOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

ORCHARD ROOT KNOTS. There is no one thing about whioh so many inquiries have been received as a peouliar form of root knot or gall on a number of plants, but chiefly grape and apricot. Those knots are of irregular shape, fleshy and mostly situated at or about the crown of the roots. On different plants they present a some what different appearance, bat they are eo near alike in struoture as to prove that they must all be due to practically the same causes. The presence of a gall at the crown of a plant seems to effeot an obstruction to the flow of the sap, and iu this way a tree or vine becomes weakened and finally dies. Tae gall generally attacks small plants, but not always, and it often tabes a number of years before the plant i8 killed. Whatever the oause, many fruit-growers have had reason to know the seriousness of the injury produoed, so tho following words in regard to remedies and prevention will not be out of plaoo. Not knowing the oause they can be but suggestions, but it...

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Vasse. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

Vasse. (From Our Correspondent.) Vasse. Saturdav. Mrs. Abbey is, I regret, still in a vex\y critical state. The young man Grant, who got his three fingers hurt the other week on board the Camana atHamelin through a heavy piece of timber falling on his hand, will be able to return to his vessel next week, his wounds having healed sufficiently to render amputa tion unnecessary. Great complaints are made respect ing the state of the Bunbury- Vasse Toad between Bunbury and the Capel, Several parties who travelled this road lately to attend the opening ce remony at Bunbury are loud in their condemnation of the road. The worst parts appear to be near Stratham and near Prosser's. The Wellington Roads Board have upon several occa sions received a good sum as a special grant for this road, bnt where and how the money has been spent it is hard to conjecture. The Sussex Roads Board 'has faithfully spent its share of the special grant, and it is an admitted fact that the road from the Ludlow to...

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HOW BLUE MILE IS CAUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

HOW BLUE MILK IS CAUSED. This fermentation, characterized by the deep blue color whioh has given it its name, occurs sometimes as an isolated trouble in individual dairies and sometimes it has be come so prevalent in certain localities as to be almost an epld emio. The explanation now given for blue milk is a double one. Ordinary milk ocntains some of the lactic acid organisms, and these, noting in con neotion with another species of bacteria, known as Bacillus oyanogenus, produce the brilliant blue color whioh characterizes this infeotion. When growing in ordinary milk the effect of this organism is very marked. For a few hours no ohango is noticed, but just about tho time when the milk begins to become acid some intense blue patohe3 make their appearance. The faster the acid forms the quicker the coagulation appears and the smaller are the blue patohes, -while if tha acid is produced more slowly the blue pa tches are larger and of better color. Where the blue milk organism comes f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

Wo E. CATLETT, : I VICTORIA .STREET, BUNBURY. r ? i Watches Thoroughly Examined. I ^ Repairs 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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DUTCH SIMPLICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

DUTCH SIMPLICITY. Kempen, a town in Holland on the lower Rhino (the birth plaoe of Thomas a Kempis), is a favorite residence of people with small incomes. The imagination of these Dutoh men must be as limited as their incomes, judging from the droll stories that are told of them. At ono time a fire broke out, and muoh damage was done beoause the engines were out of repair. The council met, and after muoh argument it was voted that on the eve preceding every firs the town offioers should carefully examine the engines, pumps, eto. One of the greatest profits of the town was the toll extracted at the gates. The counoil wished to increase the income, and instead of increasing the toll, it voted to double the number of gates. This same counoil ulso ordered the sundial to be taken from the court-house common and plaoed under cover, where it wonld be protected from the weather. But of all the queer things that are told of Kempen and its people nothing is so absurd as thia : Grass grew on t...

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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13. James Maguire v. T. Hartnett — Claim, £9 12s 6d. Judgment for th e defendant, with costs. G R. Payne v. P. Matthews Claim. £4. Judgment for the de fendant with costs. G. R. Payne v. A. Honse— Claim, £3 5s Id. Judgment for the plaintiff for £2 10s Id and costs. G. R. Payne v, W. Knapton — Claim, £30 14s lid for goods sold and delivered. This case was in ferred to Mr. G. R. Teede for adjust ment. Judgment found for the plaintiff, for 14s 7d, each party to pay their own costs.

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The Traveller. THE RISE OF THE ENGLISH MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

The Traveller. 1HE RISE OF THE ENGLISH MENTONE. It is little more than sixty years since Bournemouth was 'discovered,' its Colum bus being a Dorsetshire gentleman named Tregonwell, who, struok by it? natural charms and fine climate, bailt himself a villa among the pine woods, and sounded the praises of the plaoe, a great part oi whioh he owned. Other villas consequently Bprang up, and in 1838, on Coronation Day, the foundation stone of the first hotel, the* Royal Bath, wa3 laid ; but in gazetteers of forty years ago Bournemouth was not thought worthy of mention. , A Board of Commissioners started the systematic development of the town in 1856. To-day its gardens and pine-groves have a world -wide celebrity, its hotels and lodging houses are numberless, and it is thronged with visitors all the year round, from my lord or a royal highness on a winter sojourn t - 'Arry on a day from London. The population at the last census was 37,650, an increase of 19,000 in the last ten years.— Corn...

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JARRAH AND KARRI. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

JARRAH AND KARRI. ? -* ? To the Editok of Thk Herald. Sir, — In your issue of the 6th inst. I see by au article that the specimens of jarrah timber sent to the Melbourne Exhibition by Mr. Hastie were passed for Karri. I think such an error (if such it was) a great pity, and that the Karri trade should be bolstered up at the expense of the large export of our jarrah timber — one of the best, if not the best, in the world for all round purposes. If required, I can bring forward survey and other posts that were put in the ground and. are there now before the pieces of jarrah sent away by Mr. Hastie. It is now 50 years since I helped to build the first housfe in the neighborhood of the Gapel. It was made of wattle and dab, with split jarrah posts. One of these I dug out a short time ago and found fairly good. The top had been cut of and put into .vnother shed, and was as sound as any timber could be. I can point out'or produce jarrah timber in the shape of posts, rails, stumps, heads of...

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SOME THRILLING EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

SOME THRILLIN3 EXPERIENCES. The story of Miss Kate Msraden's jour neys ' On Sledge and Horseback to Oatoasfc Lepers in Siberia ' is a sensational romance and we might till manv pages with some notes of her thrilling experiences and ad-' ventures. She was not altogether an unprotaoted female, for she was always in oharge of a private or officer of the Coasaok polioe, and for the police she has nothing but praise. But her guardians could not save her from the inevitable aooidents of the route. More than onoe she was left alone in the night while her companions went after horses whioh had bolted. She was sometimes at the meroy of drunk en driver?, and once she nearly shared tbe fate of the driver, who wa.B crushed be neath the feet of his runaway team. Another time she was cheered by lights in the darkness. She took them for the glimmer of fires through cottage windows, but they turned ont to be the eyes of a pack of wolves She repeatedly came nearly to shipwreck iD the flooded and hal...

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The Latest Cables. THE SITUATION IN MASHONALAND. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

The Latest Cables. (From our owx Cokrespondknt,) THB SITUATION IN MASHONA LAND. London, Tuesday. News from Mashonaland states that the Matabeles are still advanc ing'. King Lobenquela now holds a strong position about 30 miles from Bui u way. Three hundred Englishmen are leaving the Transvaal for Mashona land. with the object of assisting their friends there,

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A WONDERFUL AIR CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 20 September 1893

A WONDERFUL AIR CITY. Many stories have been written about mirage? and delusions, but none have been more interesting and ourious than that of the Silent City mirage, ._jcwbioh make its appearance near the Pacific Glacier in Alaska. Ths discovery of this wonderful mirage was made oy tne Indiana, who woum ion ui mo oity whioh was built in the olouds. The mirage oan be eeen in the early part of July, from 5 to 6 p.m. It rises from the side of the Paoific Glacier. It first appears like a heavy niat, and soon becomes clearer, and one can distinouly see the speotre city, were defined streets and trees, tall spires, hugts and odd- shaped buildings whioh appear to be anoient mosques or cathedrals. It is a oity whioh would seem to contain at least 25,000 or 30,000 inhabitants. As yet no one has been able to identify it, although several have claimed to recognize the plaoe. There is no city like it in Alaska, nor in any country about it for thousands of miles. Some claim it is a oity in Russ...

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