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TUESDAY. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

TUESDAY. Perth, This Day. Tho Premier gave notico of intro ducing on Thursday the Laud Settle ment Bill and Amending Constitution Bill. The House sat two hours and ad journed till Thursday. Council also sat yesterday, and ad journed till Friday.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

GAZETTE NOTICES. ? 4, ? Wednesday and Thursday, the 16th and 17th inst. are proclaimed special holidays in Bunbury.

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MONDAY'S SITTING. MR. DE HAMEL ATTACKS THE GOVERNMENT. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

MONDAYS ' SITTING-, MR. DE HAMEL ATTACKS THE GOVERNMENT. Perth, Tuesday. The Legislative Assembly sat for two hours last night, and disposed of the address in reply. Mr. De Hamel, member for Albany, made a vigorous speech, denouncing the Government. Sir John Forrest replied, character ising Mr. De Hamel' s statements as unpatriotic and misleading. Tho debate then closed. Both Houses meet today (Tnesday.)

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COAL BORING AT VASSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

COAL BOMNG AT VASSE. The report of Mr. Frank Reed, mining surveyor, in charge of tho coal boring operations on the Vasse is so far favorable. A bore has been recently put down to a depth of over 200ft, and several small seams of coal passed. The last seam passed is about 3ft, 6in. thick, and this is an improvement in the quality of the seams nearer the surface. This is a fair indication that a seam of coal may be found at a lower level, and perhaps of good, serviceable quality. Now that the Government has taken in hand the work of testing the Collie and Vasse countiy for coal, it is to be hoped that the work will be of a tho rough character, and settle definitely the question whether payable coal is to be louncl at eitner or tnese places. The advantages to the colony of such a find would be incalculable, and as long as there are indications that coal is to bo discovered, no efforts should be spared to place the subject beyond a doubt. A few hundred pounds in spent this manner would ...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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WILLIAMS, HOTHAM, AND ARTHUR RIVER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

WILLIAMS, HO TEAM, ANDAB THTJB RIVER NEWS. During the last 30 years little or no interest was taken in matters po litical in these districts, but recently, owing in a great measure to the in troduction of new blood, and men of progressive ideas entering the politi cal arena, the people are arousing themselves and anxiously watching the actions and sayings of their re presentatives. Such men as De Hamel, Richard son, Molloy, etc., are very useful on their various platforms, members who have sufficient ability to see and bring forward practical and useful resolutions and^ energy and perse verance to carry them forward to a successful issue, not men who have to lean and depend upon some superior, either in intellect or power, and ex pecting some favour or pecuniary in terest for their support ; there are, already, too many of this class in both Houses. Tho settlers hereabouts are plea santly surprised to see another news paper published in Bimbury — The JQaNUURY Herald, and tho . ablo ...

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THE MIDLAND RAILWAY. TEE COMPANY IN DIFFICULTIES. A SECOND GURANTEE. PERTH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

THE MIDLAND RAILWAY. TEE CO1EPANY IE DIFFI CULTIES. A SECOND GUARANTEE. FFroji our Correspondent.'! Pjbbtu, Monday. Tho local representative of the Midland Railway Company, acting under instructions from London, has notified to the Government that the Company arc unable to paj^ the National Bank the £30,000 which constituted the first guarantee of the Government. The reason assigned is that the Government are withhold ing the titles to land due to, and claimed by, the Company, thereby preventing money being raised in London. Tho Company and the Bank are willing under tho present circumstances fco renew the guarantee for six months. The Government has agreed to this, and a renewal of tho guarantee has been givon. Tho Government, however, have taken prompt- action' respecting; the second guarantee. Early on Saturday morn ing the Premier cabled to London, .withdrawing the offer, of the Govern ment to guarantee the interest on the half million debentures for' ten' years. At the same tim...

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

CHATTERINCrSt [By Our Chimpanzee.] Speed and condensation being thd order of the day, brevity U the soul of life. The busy man has no time, and the lazy man loss inclination to wade through the always tedious and often ungrammatical- details of pass ing events. I presume, therefore, that my efforts to summarise the in teresting occurrences^ of the week will .-be appreciated by those of your readers desirous of epitomising time by a perusal of my epitome. ' Microbes arc in the air, and the' climate seems to suit them. .Their favors appear to .bo distributed very impartially, and they leave an intense affection wherever, they 'inflict their presence. To the philosophic mind the greatest suffering of oven the provail ing influenza may bo utilised for good,' as in this instance I gladly testify to the potentiality of Mr. Emmcrson'a potions. 'His drugs may bo relied ? upon for a safe care. The following is a reply to an invi-- tation to visit our show : — ' Dear » Chimpanzee, — Many than...

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THE NEW RUSH. PERTH. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

THE-NEWMSIL [Feiom our Correspondent.] (By Telegraph:) Pbrtd. tfuesdav. Snell's coa'tih has 'just returned td Southern Crrfsfe from Gnarlbine. Reports' to' hand state that nd water has1 yet been struck. Some of the .prospectors are getting1 good gold, but there1 is an insufficient water supply,, which is considerably hampering tho miners operations. -

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THE SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. THE HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 9 November 1892

THE SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. ? — o ? THE HANDICAPS. The following are tho handicaps for tho Sheffield !: : ... R. A. Lowi'ie ..-' '... 5 yards ?E. C. Williams ,_..-; 5£. „ Geo. Kobsori ...' „. G% „ W. B. Mitohell, junr. 8 „ Thos. Fry ... ... Sf „. . Geo. Wacldingham . . . ' 9 „ J. D. Doy]e : ...... 9- ? „; H. J. Doust ... .... 9 „ F. Eoberts ........ 9 „ G. Parker ? 9 „? R. Honghton ? 9 „ ; H.H.Roberts... ... 10 „ F. P. McAlinden ... 10 „ E. Payne ... ... ... 10 „ Thos. Simmons ... 10 „ W. Stuart ? 10| „ E. Lawrence ... ... 10^ „ K'. Waddingham ... 11 ,? F. C. Harvey .., ... 12 „ Geo. Buck ... .„ 13 „ J.H.NAYL0B, Handicapper.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892

Show. mHE WELLINGTON AGRICUL A TURAL& PASTORAL SOCIETY BUNBURY. PATRON— His Excellency Sm W. C. IT. Eouixso.v, K.CM.Gr. PRESIDENT— T. P. Johxstojt, Esq.. J.P. HON. SEC— Mb. A. Kxox Bhows. THE ANNUAL SHOW of this Society will 'be held on the SO CIETY'S GROUNDS, on. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1892, Crates open to the public at 11 a.m. Admission : — Members free on jjroduc tion of ticket ; non-members from 11 to 12 noon ; adults, Is 6d, and child ren under 12 years, 9d each ; after 12 noon, jjadults, la, and children under 12, (3d .each. Carriages and saddle . horses, Is extra to charge for occu pants or riders. Driving or riding about the ground strictly prohibited. SCHEDULE OF PRIZES : Horses — Champion £ s. 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 ... ... „. 2 0 0 Do., 2nd prize ? 10 0 Mare for breeding (not pure brod) ? ....' 1 10 0 Do., 2nd prize ? 10 0 3?irst prize by Mr. R. A. Lo-wrie Hoeses. ...

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CHATTERINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892

CHATTERINGS. [Bt Our Chimpanzee.] Thunder is in the air, and {the municipal barometer is set at stoi'my. Seven into three won't go, but the candidates for municipal honors aro1 of a different opinion. I deeply sympathise with the Com missioner of Railways in the indig nity offered to him over the little diversion that was evidently the out come of a chivalrous devotion to the fair, and am pleased to learn that the pi'oceedings have lapsed. It occurs to me to ask whether if John Chinaman had been caught flagrant dnlcite initiating some Al mond-eyed Beauties- into the ^mys teries of Fan Tan. the elemont of chivalry would have operated to quash the information. Just fancy the temerity of Mr. Constable marching, up the- step3 of those sacred precincts and spotting the Minister of Haughty culture with four Breezers ,iit hand just scooping the pool. What would be the mea sure and nature of the information that would lie against this superior mortal ? The officer for such a duty would requ...

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PARLIAMENT. MONDAY'S SITTING PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892

PARLIAMENT. Monday's sitting. [From our Correspondent.] (By Telegraph.) Perth, Tuesday. The Assembly last night. Mr. Traylen obtained leave to in troduce a bill to amend the Public Health Act. The Bill was read for the first time. Mr. Traylen moved a resolution having reference to the Midland Railwav, censurinc the Government for handing over the land titles to the Company. He spoke for twenty min utes, and said he considered that the Goverament should have consulted the house before deciding upon such an important matter, and contended that, as the line is not equipped, the Company are not entitled to free grants of land. Tho Premier roplied, regretting that the matter had been brought forward in the absence of information on the whole subject, which would be .laid before the House in a few days. The Government had acted in the best interests of the colony in decid ing to hand over the titles. This Company was entitled to be treated fairly and justly, and the Government desired to ...

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VICTORIA. BOATING ACCIDENT. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892

VICTORIA. BOATING ACCIDENT. Melbourne, Monday. A boat containing two men named Moulin and Eddy capsized on Satur day, and Eddy was drowned.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. SERIOUS STABBING CASE. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. SERIOUS STABBING CASE. Adelaide, Monday. In the course of a. drunken affray at Port Adelaide on Saturday night, two men Avere stabbed by a seaman named Leon Santiago.

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ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. SYDNEY, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892

ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. Sydney, Monday A young man named Walton was accidentally shot yesterday by a com panion named Stevenson at Bimvood, Stevenson has been arrested, Wal ton's recovery is doubtful,

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NEW SOUTH WALES THE BROKEN HILL STRIKE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892

NEW SOUTH WALES ? $ ? THE BROKEN HILL STRIKE. Sydney^ Monday. At Broken Hill on Saturday a large meeting of the unemployed was held, and the Mayor was instructed to ask the Premier to find work for them.

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892

THE BUIMBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16, 1892. The depu -*ition from the Licensed Victuallers' Association that wait ed upon the Premier last week sub .mittod both an extensive and ex travagant requisition for fvesli and drastic legislation in connection with, the application of the licen-. sing laws. One item in the pro gramme is all that we propose to deal with upon this occasion, the very exhaustive subject of clubs. The British Parliament has never attempted to legislate on the status of clubs for the very cogent reason that such an interference with the the liberty of the subject, such an intrusion into the Englishman's Castle, wouldjbe at once denounced 'as a revival of the ancient sumptu ary laws, and too near an approach. to Russian, despotism, or French, espionage. Regardless, however, ofjeonsidcrations and consequences, the deputation not content -with stating- their grievances, real or imaginary, submit an elaborate formula of what the law should be. Their object professe...

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MURCHISON GOLDFIELD. ANOTHER GOOD FIND GERALDTON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892

MURCHISON 'GOLDFIELD. ANOTIIElt GOOD FIND *_ G-eraldton, Mondav. . On the Mt.. Hall claim, at a depth of 37ft., gold has beeu struck, which is so rich that it can be knocked off the stone with a hammer. It is esti mated to go several thousand ounces to the ton.

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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892

TOPICS OF THE WEEK. Mr. Geo. It, Teede has been appointed by the Municipal Council to carry out the provisions of the. Dog Act, 1S93. *** We arc desired to call attention to Mr. Jas. Moore's auction sale of imported mares and stallions advertised to take place tomorrow. # * Cheap special trains will run to and from the snow ground to-day, commenc ing at 8.80 a.m. Mr. Corbett, Baker, Pastrycook, and Confectioner, has leased premises in Vic toria Street, and purposes starting in business at an early date. '- V To-day and tomorrow, the 16th. and 17th. inst.. have been gazetted hank holidays at Bunbury. : . *** ' It is important that our readers should be made aware that the Entries for Ex hibits at the Wellington Agricultural Show will be accepted by letter instead of upon the usval forms that are not this year obtainable. , *** : ??'. v . -? The usual Agricultural Ball will . be held on the evening following the show, viz — Thursday, the 17th. inst., at the Mechanics' Institute, at 9 ...

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TELEGRAMS. WEST AUSTRALIA. THE BAYLISS APPEAL. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892

TELEGEAMS. — — *— — [From Our Correspondent.] WEST AUSTRALIA. THE BAYLISS APPEAL. Perth, Tuesdav. A full Supreme Court sat to-day, three judges being present for the first time in the history of the co lony. The appeal of Bayliss against the order of imprisonment for six weeks for neglecting to keep pi'opor books of account under the new Bankruptcy *Act.- This order was quashed, and prisoner discharged.

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