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ITEMS FROM THE VASSE. VASSE, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

. ITEMS FEOM THE VASSE. ? fy ? ( Fromour Correspondent.) - .... . ? ,, 'Vasse, October 1. During the past week, we have ; . tad,, a . visit- from Mr. I)e Hamel; . -? M.L.A. -..He j arrived on Monday evenings and started for the Lower JBlackwood on the following: day, re turning to the Vasse on Wednesday evening. On Thursday he visited the party under Mr. R.eed, now en ? g^g^d ^ ?''boring for coal about two miles from Vasse. On Thursday evening he. proceeded to Dardanup, where, he stayed until Friday. During his stay at the Vasse he was the guest of Mi\ Joseph Cookworthy, M.L.A., at San.di lands. The news of the sudden and unex pected death of Sir Thomas Camp bell, .'Bart.,, cast quite a gloom over our town. Flags were hoisted half-, mast high on Wednesday and Thurs day, and the death was the chief topic of discourse. Each and all. feel that in Sir. Thomas's death the, colony has suffered a very great loss, politically' as well as socially. -.. The deceased baronet has been., most in...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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ARREST OF FRAUDULENT BANKERS. HEAVY DEFALCATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

ARREST OF FRAUDULENT ?'??-?? BANKERS. ???-? ' HEAyY,DEFALCATIONS, ; Schultz and Verdi, bankers of Ber lin, have been arrested for fraudulent .banking transactions; ? .The.iirJi.abiH-: ties ax*e thirty 'niiHionvmarkB. ; ? -? - . ; :

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THE ABANDONMENT OF UGANDA. BEGINNING OF THE NEW FOREIGN POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

. THE- ABANDONMENT OF .^UGANDA. BEGINNING OF THE NEW . FOREIGN POLICY. Lord Rosebery informs the London Missionary Society that it is neces sary to withdraw their missionaries from Uganda, the East African Com pany being; unable to protect them. and the Government is unwilling to send troops. The rival missions now write, stigmatizing Lord Rosebery 's pusillanimity. The Parisian Press congratulates the* Government, and believes that the British public out side Exeter Hall fanatics are Aveary of the slaughter resulting , from Af rican Missions.

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THE NEW LORD MAYOR. AN OPINION OF A CATHOLIC BISHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

THE NEW LORD MAYOR. AN OPINION OF A CATHOLIC BISHOP. Archbishop Vaughan, snecessor to Cardinal Manning, says that the in coming Lord Mayor of London, who is a Roman Catholic, would be justi fied in attending a Protestant Church, as part of his official duty.. This opinion., has been widely canvassed, and. is 'much combated in Roman Catholic circles. ?

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A SPORTING VICAR IN DIFFICULTIES. . HEAVY LIABILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

A SPORTING VICAR IN DIFFI-' ; ?? CULTIES. -./:-.. HEAVY LIABILITIES. The Rev. C. Miles, Anglican vicar of Somerset, has been declared bank rupt; His liabilities, amounting to £6,000, are largely caused by turf losses. There is a great scandal in the reverend gentleman's parish m consequence, .....:.

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WARFARE IN AFGHANISTAN. A VILLAGE DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

WARFARE IN AFGHANISTAN. A VILLAGE, DESTROYED. : . ' , ; Continual fighting . is proceeding in Afghanistan. The columns under Captain Lockhardt has subdued the principal village of the Black Moun tain tribe, after severe fighting.

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SUICIDE OF A DRAMATIC AUTHOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

SUICIDE OF A DRAMATIC AUTHOR. The well-known French dramatist M. Hector Cremiux has committed suicide. ?

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. October. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

: -, SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ?'?--??? ? -,.- ? ^ ? ^ : POET OF BUNBUJJY. . \ ..''. '?'' AlJlUVALS. October 2. s Ikeresa, schooner, 50 tons, Reid, froin Freinantle. . ; October o. Flinders, s.s., Tait, from Fremantle. ? . . ' Depaijtitkes. October 4. Theresa, schooner, 50 .tons, Reid, for Vasse. October 5. . . Flinders, s.s., 150 tons, Tait, for Yasse. l- ! The Bnllara (AdelaideJjCo.'s). for the eastern colonies, which left Fremantle on Monday woek, arrive at Melbourne on Sunday last., and the same compan'y HU-amer Albany arrived at Albany yes terday. : ; _ The Victorian for Fremantle and the .V'H-any'for Adelaide left Albany yester day. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

Bunl-Tiry~Boy anup Eailway. NOTICE. mHE- ?' HON. W,:Vh,: VENN'S .1 ? ' ??'[? ? ? ? ? ????: .- Address to his Constituents at Dar-; damipi on-, Tuesday, ,18th -Dck, 1892. For the ? ' convenienceiofi ithose , attends ing the ? above' the' train ..usually.'. leaving Bunbury at 2 p.m. will, on this day only, leave at 1 p.m, JOHN D^fVIES;- ? ??'?' ??:;.. Genera! Traffic Manager; . G.TJVf.'s Office, ' ..., Perth, 5th October, j.892. . noL nrnot#: /wm i: it' ?. ?- \j. , :;,v, vt- . I Potties Cel ebrated Scottish Highland Oils are worth their weight in gold f or the cure of Rheumatism, Lumbago, Burns, Scalds, Sprains,' &'c. . Thereis nothing, like them. '?'Thej'' ai'e no' quack medicine, having stood the test for over a quarter of a bentury. No family' should be \yithout a bottle of these oils intlieir hoiise.,. -A.. ' Spld'only by the agent— r []'?[?'? k-; ''.-.' JOHN, T. SLATER, ? . ? ? Comer' of London Tei-race, Buribiiry. TTTELLINGTON T^LECTORATE ' vy- ? -; ;??=?? ih--- \ . THE ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

T3 E O a E AM M E ???;...-? ' ?? : OP ? . . ..:?':'.. ? ;- .v. ???i'----'-I-6';be:'lifelci off;: ! =,?::;' !li-v :':?? B U N..;B':u/r %^^p';li ,A.IiiN,': ./ v./'-:;:- y}r!/-'.r:6x'' '? ?' ; -. ^'\ '?:'?? THURSTJA'Y, ISOVEMBEE VJ:; i892r :...-? (Day after the. Show.) , . ; ... .'.;.. To Commence at 1 p.m. Sharp, i: . COMMITTEES. ' -? ' Messrs. C. .; Wisbey, F. E. Stafford, ? . E. :Woodrow, C- E. Spencer,'- . . ^';; '?-,?-. :W.;B.;' Mitchell^ Jnr., ? C ?'. ?'' ? and C. LoSvrie. ? - - .; ... . ; ' ' '.I HANDICAPPER— . ?'.' ! ;'; ' ; ' Mr. J. H. Naylor. .'.:. \;\ ; ,,?''. ' judges— ?'? .; |; Messrs. W. -Spencer, T.'H; Lovegrpve, '-. - C. Wisbey, and H. E. Reading; ?.'.?'.? STARTER—. . '' ' ; Mr. E. Woodrow; ??'???' 1. ,220yds.. Race. fpr'Aborigirials. i '.-; ? ' 2. 100yds. Race : for Boys under; 14 .years, .... . . - ; ? - ? 3. 1.00yds. Race for Boys under1 10 . ' years. . ? _ . . ; .- 4. £15 Sheffieldf Handicap of 120yds. PrizcV —First, £10 ; Second, £3 ? Third £2. : Nominations, 5s., ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

NOTICE TO SQFATTERS. BREEDERS & 'TTTLEKS. THE FJTE CELEBRATED E N TIKES - Laielv impm-focl In- \Tr. 'Ross to Western Australia arc now the .... SOLE PliOPETtTY OF MR. J. jr F S S 0 X, ' Sydney Coffee Palace Hotel, AND WILL STAND AT PERTH, and travel through all Jlie Panning Districts in the Colony. Tho following are the Pedigrees : ?The Pure. Bred Clydesdale Stallion LORD HOPETOUN, By Laird o' Strovran. 'Bred by Ross and McGregor, Ballarat. Lord Hopetoivn has gained the follow ing prizes, viz. : — First at 'Warraclmaheal as a one year old, First at Ballarat. First . ? . at Chines. First at Beaufort, and First at Handle's Hill. As a two'Vear old -.'First tit Smeaton, First at Chines, First at 'Talbor. 'First at Beaufort, First at Har dies Hill, First at Ballarat, First at 'Wnrracknabeal, and First at Ballan;. making the splendid total of Twelve First Prizes up to a two-year-old. . .. _ Lord Hopetoun seiTed nine mares last ? Season, and we think all in foal. He is a splendid s...

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THE SHAREMARKET. ADELAIDE, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

THE SHAEEMAEKET. : Adelaide, October 3. ?Large transactions took place in Brokens this morning at 76s.. ? . ? .

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BROKEN HILL STRIKE. TRIAL OF THE CONSPIRATORS. SUFFERING OF UNEMPLOYED. UNIONISTS STILL FIRM. BROKEN HILI, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

BROKEN HILL ;STEIK:e: '?? trial of the conspie;atoks. ? suffering of unemployed: ^ uNtoNisTssT^LL firm. ;.;;:..: Broken Hill. October 3. ' ? The conspirators will .be;- probably tried at Deniliquin.;7 Great efforts are being, made, but ' unsuccessfully, to '.induce apart of MiV.RaxteVs'meii 'to' withdraw, but his numbers have in creased instead: of decreased. The Saturday - mass meetings \ continue, with their usual speeches. Much suffering continues among the unem ployed, but the great body of unionists hold out firmly. :.

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. BUNBURY, WEDNESDAY, Oct. 5, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

THE . -''.^BUNBURY :':HERALD. . 'BuXBUBr, WKDXESHAr, OCT.. 5, 1892. NjQ'J^lcme Buubary but the district 43 equally. infrrFested in the iiriport tiht subjectpf a Town Hall for our fast growing- port. It is therefore satisfactory to note that. at an un usually, representative meeting at which the Municipal Council, Eoads Board, Bffogress Association, and /AgricujSiral Society were heard on th^p question of its necessity, ? it wffi decided to appoint a depu ? tatio'n to wait upon the Premier on his approaching visit to place this public* want before him 'to solicit him to place such a sum of money on the estimates as would ?procure a suitable piece of land for :. the purpose of .erecting a. Town. Hall . whenever the town of Bunburj' deems it- advisable to erect a town hall. It seems to us unfortunate and certainly open 4;o objection that the resolution was framed in the precise words in which it appears, since the duty ?of a ministry is confined to supply ing immediate requirements. We...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

h? W ' ?????? ;; .-?: - ' - ?- ??; BC; S I N E S S TTkl R E C T O It Y. ? ? ? ' J_JJ ??? ???' : ;?.??. Nf~' . .BUNBURY. ' ,'. V ^1 Auctioneers, & Commission, Agents. -t-k.W- PltOSSUK, PiVtoultond, - r«J^ MOORK. Victoria street, -. ^S^' B. MITCH KLL; Virtoria'.: Street, p.¥A KNOX-15ROWX. St-M-heV Street. £„/ .1. H. DIXON, Virtoria Street. ?/ ' l Y Merchants, &c. : .. : ? f W. SPENCER & SON, Victoria and Stephen Streets. ' ' T. HAYWAIM). Victoria Street; M. HAV & SOX. Victoria Street. r R M. CLARKE. Stirling Street. . J- H. NAVLOR. Victoria Street, - H./\VErSS, Stirling Street. : Flour Miller. It. POM-UEST. Koomban i Holler Flom Mill. Tanner and Currier i 'W. PJROSSKU. Pietoii R«ad Storekeeper. JOHN T. S LATER. Lou Jon Ton ace Hotelkeepers. 35. MAXTKU, Prince of Wales Hotel, Stephen Street. ~v~- J. C. :ILLrX«\VOJiTH, Hove Hotel, Victoria Street. 3). 'FLOOD. -Wellington Hotel, Victoria Street. Contractors. 31. ADAMS, Victoria Stic, 1 O. L. HAST IE, Vasse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

-v ? «* TJUDDART ?^^^^ JJL P A B, K E R & *2XT-&Zl}gjjfgij^jfipSam* GO. O Line of ',,-' CARGO & PASSEN&'ER SERVICES. From ''Mel bourne and Adelaide — ?V S. S. NEMESIS, ?-: MONDAY, OCTOBER 3: \r S. S. -.AV E N DO U R- EE, '* ' ' EARLY. ?For- Melbourne and Adelaide, via .; : Local. Ports — S. S. . .: N E M E- S I S, - ;:: EARLY! '??' ; ? S. S. ... WE N DO-URE E, ??'?? '.^X'A C-7 .'?? : ? , ;EARLY, ? . ? Forjfurtlier. particulars apply to — - - ?-. : rDALGETY & CO., Ltd., O/'y- ::1. .'..'.. '?? Jir'emaritle. ? THOS. HAY WARD, .' ? . . ..... . ? '-? Bunbury.. ?'. -? JOSEPH BOVELL, Vasse. .1 ;: w^^^v- ? A I) EL A I D E ? ; ; (TJnder Contracf with tlic West Anstra ?/%?? lian Government for the Con- ? -: ,., -.- -r. . ?:??'. vqyance of Mails) ? . Will despatch their . S P L E N D I D S T E A M SHIPS from Fremantle as under— To Bunbury Roads. Vasse Roads, and Quindahip^ s.s. Flinders, 'TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, at 4,30 p.m. ? ? ''? * (No .cargo received aft...

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THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

THE WOOL MARKET. Prices of different classes of wool are well maintained.

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M.R. DE. HAMEL IN BUNBURY. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

MB. BECHAMEL IN BUNBURY. - PUBLIC MEETING-. Immediately Mr. De Hamel, M.L:A., returned toBuubury from the Bl'aekwdod, a requisition was handed to him, asking him to address the public of Buubury in the Mechanics Institute that night. Mr. De.Hamel. agreed to do so, and hurried preparations were made. The bell-inan was sent around to. announce the meeting for 8.30, and by that hour there were fully 100 persons in the hall. At a little before nine Mr. De Hamel made his ap pearance, and Mr. C. L. Hastie was voted to the chair. The Chairman said that Mr. De Hamel had received arccmisition from many of the residents, requesting him to speak to the people of Bunbnry on the subject of the political outlook, and felt assured that a lair hearing would be accorded Mr. De Hamel. He did not come here to create enmity, he only eame to afford us some information on the poli tical state of the country ; what has been done, and what is to be done. ? A discussion took: place. -as, to .the .read ing; ...

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THE LAND CORPORATION OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

THE LAND CORPORATION OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. The Land. Corporation of Western Australia has declared a .dividend of 5 per pent. : . . ? .-. ;. :

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NOTES FROM THE TEN FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

NOTES FB0M THE TIN FIELDS. . ? , ? . ?—. — -« ? — ' ' .. ? ?? - . (From a Correspondent.)- - Notwithstanding that ? we had lots of rain for some time past at the Tin fields, I am afraid water will be scarce before long. Tin washing on some parts of the fields, at the south end is getting scarce ; at Bun bury Claim there is hardly any now, unless it is pumped up from the lower clam. Spring Gully has a plentiful supply at present. Hart & Co.'s dam is overflowing. The Claim above them has a beautiful supply of running water. Two claims have been taken up on the old Spring Gully's forfeited leasehold. Surtar and Mail struck a little patch iu a gnlly a little- below the cottage. Damjiling Gully has a pretty good ? supply of water at present, but has io. be. pumped.. ' I. am sorry to say that this end of late is .falling very far behind, there are only two claims at work, P. Williams & Sons and ?Hallcrs. Apart from the water get ting short, the south end of the field louks...

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