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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

' CORRESPONDENCE. ? -$? ? [We are always ivilling to give insertion to lettei-3 of explanation or interest, but ire ?wish to distinctly state that we do not ne cessarily endorse the opinions expressed, or the language usctl, by our correspondents. Our ideas of passing events will be found in our local and editorial columns.]

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE AMERICAN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.. LONDON, November 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

HIE AMERICAN PRESIDEN TIAL ELECTION. London, November 6. Immense sums of money arc being spent for electioneering purposes both by the Republican and Democratic parties in the United States. The Democrats are very confident of the victory for their candidate exPrcsi dent Cleveland.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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LEASES VERSUS CLAIMS ON THE TINFIELDS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

LEASES VERSUS CLAIMS ON-. THE' TINFIELDS. To the Editor. '????' ' Sir, — -Recent actions on the part' of persons in the district, and the ?utterances of a section of tho Metro politan Press, indicate concerted action to induce the Government to throw the tinfields open for leasing. ..'Witft- the majority of those on the fields, I sincerely hope the Govern ment will steadfastly resist those efforts, knowing as I do that the tin mining industry h as not yet i ecovered from the baneful effects of the leasing system in the early days. The evil 'was not confined to the simple fact that men held large areas of land and did nothing to prove them, but it led to the formation- of a lot of bogus companies. by clever, designing men, who, like birds of prey, are constantly on the watch for opportunities to work their nefarious schemes, too often successfully. Should leasing '??'- be again permitted, those evils will most assuredly follow, and the. harr pies again have opportunity to strike thei...

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RUSSIA AND INDIA. LONDON, November 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

RUSSIA AND INDIA. London, November 6. The Nizam of Hyderabad has made an offer. .to the Indian Government of a regiment of cavalry to assist in the defence of the north-western frontier, against Russian aggression: It is considered probable that the offer will be accepted.

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

To the Editor. ft Sir,— I have perused the letter in. jf your issue of Wednesday last, over ^ the signature of Charles AVisbey, ?wherein -lie, or some one else for him, enters into an elaborate explanation of what he did with everything, not ornittine: the proverbial pound of candles entrusted to his care at the -Katoomba Ball, in November, 1891. Now, inasmuehas I was not concern ed in any way to enquire Avhat be came of such goods and made no re - flections whatever upon Mr. Charles Wisbcy in respect thereof (his long and meritorious service in the Police gendering any such insinuations too absurd), his letter might be dismiss ed with the old French .proverb qiii s'ecuse a' accuse. And, here, per haps it might be as well to leave Mr. Chas. Y/isbey enjoying his belief in the success of the Ball, and his philanthropise efforts to that end. But what astonishes me is that my innocent remark, 'What about the Katoomba Ball' should have caused such a flutter in Mr. 'Wisbey's heart, wherea...

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LATEST CABLES. WRECK OP A WARSHIP. LONDON, NOVEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

LATEST CABLES. [From Our Correspondent.] WRECK OP A WARSHIP. London, November 6. H.M.s. Howe, which was recenfly stranded at Ferrol, on. tho Spanish coast, appeal's to have bec-.anc a total wreck. Fortunately no lives were lost. The ship cost half a million of money. Her loss is attributed to careless ness on tho part of the captain and officers. London, November 7. Efforts are being made to raise the warship Howe. Her loss was caused by the refusal of the Admiral to accept the services of a pilot, owing to the Gladstone Go vernment having given orders to cut down expenses.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

' ..-.;? Special Notices. - . GREAT SVRTBISE. 'W1S the YASSE, I bought a SUIT at G. W. BAEISTAED'S for 18s, and I have reason to know they were good, for I was thrown over the fence by the pants the other day, greatly against my ??'Trill, without tearing them, so that is ' -place to get a. GOOD SUIT, CHEAP. : ' . ' ? Tours truly, BAR NOTICE.' tx. JBAIiiN A JtUJ YASSE, GSNEBAIi STOREKEEPEB, ? ?'???'? DEALER, AND IMPORTER . -GREAT REDUCTIONS FORCASH. T HAVE Private Rooms TO LET, Saddle Horses and Buggies always on Hire. Good Stabling, Corn and ChafE Always on Hand, WOTIOS OF J3EMO¥AS- P. 17. ggleston!?. -H'AIRDBESSER AXJD TOBACCONIST, ; --Begs to inform his nunieroas patrons that he 1HAS REMOVED To more Commodious Premises. A Large and Select Stock of — ?TOBACCOS, CIGARS, PIPES, CIGARETTES, FANCY GOODS, ? . &c, &c, &c, ^, ? Of tho Choicest Brands always in Stock. ' Please Note the Address — ffgpPNext door to Mr. Emmerson, Chemist, STEPHEN ST. ? BUNBURT. JEL G.B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

Business Advertisements. /XBOK.GE TAWRS3STCS, 33U.IL DBS, CONTRACTOR, AND UNDERTAKER, . FB I 3ST SEP STEEET; - ? BUIBUEI ' All orders promptly attended to. A LEXANDER TTTRIGHT, ?J — *- * T T BUILDER & CABINET-MAKER, STIBLING STREET, B U K B U E T, Has a large Stock of Household Fur- niture, Kitchen Tables from ... .,, 22s. ' Dressing Tables from ... .... 15s. Washstands from ... .... ... 17s. Chests of Drawers from ,„ „...' 55s. Meat Safes from .... ;... .... 25s. Sofa Couches from ,., ... ... 45s. Cabinets from ... ... ... .o 50s. . . ALSO IN STOCK: Wardrobes, Side-boards, Gipsy-Tables Pool and Curtain Rings, American Chairs, Glass and Putty, and Ironmongery in great variety. ALL ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 03 & O alll111f§l wre* TO I--1 o r'\ ~ 1 g 31 *? © - -M ? -4 -?..???? j C.,.J.H° *° E STOEEKEEPEE, AND DRAPER . VASSE. JUST ARRIVED— A large supply oE LADIES' GENTLEMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. A. 8 H A . B p * TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, SANDS' COT...

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TOPICS OF TEE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

TOPICS OF THE WEEK. The Hon. the Commissioner of Lands' lef I; en route to Perth, on Wednesday, per mail coaeli. ''*#*,'??''? Messrs. ThorsLy and B.o\rley,.left Bun bury last week i:or the Tinftelds, -where they purpose making a prolonged stay. Mrs; Walters left by tho s.s. Flinders last v.-eclc en route to the Murehison goldfields, to visit her husband, W. A. G-. Walters, Esq., J.P., Warden. ?: ' ?' *„* ; '??' '???'?? The Mirror being a candidate for tho Mayoralty for the incoming year, Cr. Floyd has been appointed .lleturnincj Officer. ? .- ' :??'? ??-??' ?-? ; ': ?'-. ?:?***; :.':?? ?. . ,' A newspaper is to' be isstied on the Murehison goldfield, and -will mate its first appearance on 4th . January, 1893. Its title will bo The IfuraJiison-Miner. # * * Mr. W. Spencer's new villa is ap proaching completion, and promises to be both a desirable rcsidenco and p.n orna ment to the town. , ' . ?**# Mr. I?. Gibbous condition continues critical, and is causing niuch; anxiety to his frien...

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

THE BUNBURY .HERALD; WEDNESDA Y, N0VEMBEB9, 1892. The Speecli of His Excellency tlie Governor at- the opening of the third Session of Parliament on Thursday last was, as might have been expected, but a reflex of the utterances of. the Premier here and elsewhere, and the substance of which, we have previously dealt with. Under the new Constitution the vice-regal programme of the labors of an opening session is in variably discounted by the address of Ministers, and very little, if any thing, new is to be expected. To the reflective mind, however, there frequently is observed a striking analogy between great and little tilings. It has, therefore, occurred to us that in His Excellency's speech may be found a paragraph that conveys a home-thrust appli cable not only to the Colony itself, but to the towns of the Colony, and we venture to think 'that to no town does the application of the Governor's observation apply with greater force than to that of Bun bury. In referring to the esti ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

BUILDER And COBTTR-^-OTO IES., PRINSEP ST., BUNBURY. Henry Pickard, All kinds of Furnace Work, Bakers' Ovens. Cooking Ranges, Steam Boilers, &c. TWENTY YEAES' EXPERIENCE IN ENGLAND &, THE COLONIES. 82TN.B. — General RepairB to Property. Government Railways. BUNKUEY - BOY AN UP RAILWAY. ? N 0 T I C E. .'Wellington Agricultural and Pastoral Society's Show, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16, 1S92. For the convenience of those attend ing the above, SPECIAL TRAINS ?will, on this day only, leave Buntmry for the Show Ground at 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.tQ., 3 p.m., and 4 p.m., return ing at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 3:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. A TRAIN 'Will leave Boyanup at 9:30 a.m. and Dardanup at 9:50 a.m. for the Show Ground, returning at 4:20 p.m. These trains will pick up and set down passengers where required. RETURN FARES: 3?rom Bunbury } lg „ Dardanup ) ? „ Boyanup ... ? 2s. (Sgd.) JOHN DAVIES, General Traffic Manager. G.T.M.'s Office, Perth, Nov. 3, IS92. g^i OVERNMENT BALL WAYS OF \JC WESTERN AUS...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Tesday, [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. .: Adedaide, Tuesday, Sir Jno. Morphett, Knight, is dead, aged 8 1}

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

?: : ? ?* Show. -mHE WELLINGTON AGBICUL J_ TUEAL&PASTOKAL SOCIETY .BUNBURY. -TATRDST— His Excellent 6m W. C. F. Robinsox, 3LC.M.G-. PRESIDENT— J. P. Johxstok, Esq., J.P. .SOS-. SEC— Ms. A. Knox Bbowk. ' THE AWUAL SHOW of tliis ?Society will be held on. the SO CIETY'S GROUNDS, on WEDNESDAY, K0VE3IBER 16, 1892. Gates open to the public at 11 a.m. Admission : — Members free on produc tion of ticket ; non-member3 from 11 to 12 noon ; adults, Is 6d, and child ren under 12 years, 9d each ; after 12 noon, gaclttlts/ls, and children under 12, 6d each. Carnages and saddle horses, Is extra to charge for pccu ;pants or riders. Driving or riding :about the ground strictly prohibited. 'SCHEDULE OF PRIZES: Horses — Champion £ b. d. -'Blood Entire... , ? 2 0 0 Do., 2nd prize ... ... 1 0 0 'Draught Entire ? 3 3 0 Do., 2nd prize ? 1 10 0 .Draught .mare ? ..200 Do., 2nd prize ? 10 0 'Mar© for breeding (not puro bred) ? 1 10: 0 Dc., 2nd prize ... ... 1 0 0 First prize by Mr. It. A. Lowrio Hors...

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THE BROKEN HILL STRIKE. DECLARED OFF. BROKEN HILL, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

THE BROKEN HILL STRIKE. , DECLARED OFF.. ~ . Broken Hill, Monday. The strike was formally declared off on ? Sunday. The defence com mittee onnounced that it was useless to prolong :the struggle. Loud cheers by miners and great rej oicings . The directors, however, fear serious re results, when the men ascertain that there is only room for a small propor tion of them. Every effort will be made to provide places, for the best men, but if the Unionist's contribu tions cease, numbers must suffer se verely.

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RESIGNATION' OF A JUDGE, BRISBANE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

RESIGNATION' OE A'' JUDGE, Brisbane, Tuesday. Mr. Justice Real intends resigning his position as judge,, and purposes resuming practice at the bar.

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TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

TELEGRAMS. [From our Correspondent.] QUEENSLAND.; Brisbane, Tuesday. Mr. Mcll wraith, member L.C., left for India yesterday.

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RETRENCHMENT IN THE RAILWAY SERVICE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

RETRENCHMENT IN THE . : RAILWAY SERVICE.. Sydney, Monday. Retrenchment is being effected in the railway service; owing to decreased receipts.

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NEW SOUTH WALES SUICIDE OF A WOMAN. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

NEW SOUTH WALES SUICIDE OF A WOMAN. '.'?-..' Sydnet, Monday. . Mrs. E. Sleter, formerly an old resi dent of East Maitland, ..committed suicide by jumping into the sea from the rocks at Coogee.

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THE W. A. &. P. SOCIETY'S MEETING. THE SECRETARY'S ACTION CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

THE W. A. 8? P. SOCIETY'S MEETING. THE SECRETARY'S ACTION CON DEMNED. An Extraordinary Public Meeting of the above Agricultural Society, called by advertisement in oui* con temporary, was held in the Me chanics'. Institute, on Saturday last,, the president, Mr. J. Foster Johnson, J.P., in the chair. The chairman read the advertise-, 'ment, which was as follows:— THE WELLINGTON - AGRICULTURAL and PASTORAL SOCIETY. AN Extraordinary General . McetiDg 6£ the Society will be held at 2 p.m. in the MECHANICS' HALL, BUNBURY, on SATURDAY Next the oth. NOVEMBER. 1882. Business : To consider the public insult by Mr. S, J. Cusack, of the Bwihiiry Herald, to the lion, Secretary of the Souicly, and to take stops accordingly. (By order of the Committee) A. KNOX BROWN, Iloii. Sec, Bunbury, October 27th., 1892, \ \ The secretary here drew attention to Rule 2 of the society, which re quires that . all members who have not paid their subscription; on or be fore the 1st. November, should forfeit their ...

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BUNBUBY LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8. (Before W. H. Timperley, Esq., E.M., and W. Spencer, J.P. MAGUIRE v. DILLON. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

BUNBURY LOCAL COURT. ? v ? Tuesday, November 8. (Before W. H. Timperley, Esq.,R.M., ...and W. Spencer, J.P. - Maguire v. Dillon. Claim, £26 19s, balance of partner ship account, as kangaroo . hunters. Mr, H. Stanley for plaintiff, and Mr. W. Lovegrove for defendant. Jtidg-' . ment for plaintiff for £21, and costs. Hands v. Mitchell. Claim, £20, -balance of account for goods sold and. delivered. No appear ance of defendant, and judgment was given for plaintiff with costs, Atkins v. House. Claim, £40 Ss, for goods sold and delivered, and £9 costs. Judgment for plaintiff. BAUBBTT A3TD Co. V. STEWART. Judgment summons claim, £1, due on one monthly instalment of judg ment debt. Amount paid into court by judgment debtor, and summons struck out.

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