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FIXTURES. SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892
FIXTURES. SHOWS. Wellington Agricultural and Pastoral Society's Annual Show, on the So ciety's Show Ground, This Day. - Central Southern Districts Agricul tural Society's eighth annual Show at Bridgetown, Thursday, Novem ber 24 Southern Districts Agricultural So ciety's Show, B.usselton, Nov. 30. -
THE VASSE R. C. HANDICAPS. NOMINATIONS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] GALLOWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892
THE VASSE R. C. HANDICAPS. NOMINATIONS. ' . [From our Correspondent.] . galloway. F. B. Vines, b m Iris, J. Copper's blk m Tremolus, W. McDaniel's ch m Bell, P. and G. Higgin's g m Keepsake, W. Ellis b g Bullfrog, J. O'Donnel's b g Jack the Ripper. VASSE CUP.--TWO MILES. J. Cooper's b g Tremolando, A. Fawcett's b c Orient, A. Moore's b g Loco, W. McDaniel's g m Dagniar, M. Locke's b h Lockeville M. Locke's b h Gold and Black. ladies' bracelet. Miss Locke's Lockeville, Miss Locke's Gold and Black, Miss Locke's Tribulation, Miss McDaniel's Dagmar, Miss Fawcett's Orient, Miss Cooper's Tremolando, Miss Jessie Cooper's Ti'emolus, Mrs. Telverton's Loco, FAREWELL HANDICAP— THEEE-QUARTEB MILE. M. Locke's b h Lockeville, M. Locke's b h.Gold and Black, M. Locke's - - Tribulation, A. Moore's b g Loco, H. Brockmau's - - Norma, W. McDaniel's g m Dagmar-, J.. Copper's b g Tremolando, .A. W. Fawcetfs b e Oneni-.
SPORTING. THE SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. THE ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892
SPORTING. THE SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. THE ACCEPTANCES. The folloAving are acceptances for the Sheffield: ' First Heat. . ? . . ? Thos. Simmon3 ... 10 yards R. C. Williams ... . 5£ „ F. C. Harvey .:. ;..t..;;VJ2'. ;, E. Payne ...:...;.;.' 10 „ Second Heat. H. H. Roberts V.. 10 yards W. B. Mitchell^ junr.: 8 „ R. A. Lowrie ...;.. .'5 „ :. E; Lawrence: ...... :10f „ Third Heat. \ J.D.Doyle ...... 9 yai-ds Geo. Buck : ... ... 13 „ N. Waddingham s ... 11 „ : Fourth Heat. G. Parker i. ... 9 yards Thos. Fry ... ... 8| „ , F. Roberts ....... 9 „ J.H.NAYL0E, Handicapper.
WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892
WELLINGTON ROADS BOA RD. ? v ? A special meeting of the Welling ton Roads Board was held on Satur day last in the Mechanics' Institute to consider tenders advertised for to repair and build certain culverts. Prescnt^-The Chairman, J. Forster Johnston, Esq., J.P., Messrs. Magnire, Clarke and Clifton. The following were the successful tenders: — To rebuild culvert at White Eocks, T. Marriott .,2 9 0 To rebuild culvert at telegraph post 1922, T. Marriott ., 3 18 0 To rebuild culvert at telegraph post 1893. T. Marriott ..2 4 0 To rebuild culvert at telegraph post 1885, T. Marriott .. 3 16 0 To repair 'culvert near White rocks letter box, T. Marriott 1. 13 0 To repair culvert at telegraph post, 1851, J. Sal vir 2 2 0 To repair culvert Nova Gully T. Marriott .. '„ 9 0 To repair culvert Nova Gully, (No. 2) T. Marriott .. 1 15, ' 0 The contracts for the balance of the work advertised were not accepted.
VASSE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892
. VASSE NEWS. The season so far has been a very good one for our crops, which look well, flay making has commenced. The persons who secured the car case of the dead whale that came floating in ofE. Quindalup the other week 1 believe have obtained over 2 tons of oil. A great deal more might have been saved if they could have procured proper appliances. The whale was at first reported to be a Humpback, but it has since been dis covered to be a Sulphur Bottom. To-day I hear thai two more whales have come iu, one near Eagle Bay, partly burst, and the Other near Castle Rock. The former has been secured by the Messrs, Harris, but the latter sank when close in slioro ; it, however, may be secured when it rises. People' here are beginning to make preparations for the Show which ought to be a very good one this yeai\ judging from the number of import ed stock in the district, and the fa vorable, season for . vegetables, po tatoes, etc. :'-; ';???'; . -: Three'tenders were sent in to the S.D....
BUNBURY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892
BUNBURY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The monthly meeting of the Bun bury Municipal Council. was held on the 7th inst., in the Council Chamber of the Mechanics' Institute. Present — the Mayor, W. Spencer, Esq., J.P., and Councillors Baldock, Banting and Floyd and the Town Clerk. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed, and the following accounts were' passed for payment: — Jas, Smith, 4 days' work, foot path .. .. ..140 T. Hastie, Carting 23yds Marl 3 1 . 4 J. Scott, Balance Gravel Con tract, .. ... ..36 1 10 W, lies, one month's salary as nightsoilman .. ., 10 14 2 Smith & Wilson repairs lamps 8 6 E. Hall , lighti ng lamps 15 nights 2 5 0 .- Do,, 18 days' work ' .. 5 8 0 Do., one month's salary as Inspector of Nuisances 10 0 A. Buswell, contract account 16 13 4 . Total £76 6 2 A reference' was made to the growth of thistles on Mr. Bateman's grant. . Instructions were given the clerk to advertise a bye-election to be held at the same time as the annual elec tion, to fill up...
THE WATER QUESTION ON THE GOLDFIELDS. GOVERNMENT MEASURES. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892
THE WATER QUESTION ON TEE QOLDFIEZDS. . . , ? ? ? ♦- ? - - . GOVERNMENT MEASURES. ?'?-?????'. [BY 'Telegraph.] (From. Our Correspondent.) Perth, Tuesday. .Ihe Government are making ener getic efforts to supply the various goldfields with water, and thus re move the only drawback at present existing to their development. Three parties are to equipped. One party, under the leadership of Mr. Raeside, willstartforGnarlbine from the Cross and the other two parties are for the Murchison and Pilbarra. Each party are fully instructed to spare no efforts to secure water at the various mining centres. It is stated that thirteen thousand ounces of gold have been obtained at Gnarlbine since the first discovery of gold there.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892
?Business Advertisements. &nbsp; &nbsp; BUILDER, CONTRACTOR, &nbsp; AND UNDERTAKER, PRINCEP STEEET, B U N B U R Y. All orders promptly attended to. &nbsp; ALEXANDER WRIGHT, BUILDER & CABINET-MAKER, STIRLING- STREET, BUNBURY Has a large Stock of Household Fur- niture, Kitchen Tables from ... ... 22s. Dressing Tables fro ... ... 15s. Washstands from ... ... ... 17s. Chests of Drawers from ... ... 55s. &nbsp; Meat Safes from ... ... ... 25s. Sofa Couches from ... ... ... 45s. Cabinets from ... ... ... ... 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. to : & O ? ? & 8 ? 1 § -i °f si *jp I La £ S © ^ p H rt^ m /: w I « a I J fi S3 I -*J S s§ 12m i. trj c « § i°- ^ j-.-a Is . : I 0 T TT ? ° 'Br a BC STOREKEEPEE, AND DEAPEE . VASSE. JUST AREIVED— '**? A large supply of LADIES...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892
SPORTING. Athletic Sports on Bunbury Plain, &nbsp; To-morrow (Thursday Nov. 17.) Vasse Race Club Meeting, Thursday, December 1. &nbsp; &nbsp; Collie River Horse Races and Ath- letic Sports, Monday Dec: 26. Picton Race Club Meeting, Monday, January 2, 1893.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 16 November 1892
Municipal Election. BUNBURY MUNICIPAL ELECTION. Rally round your old-tried Councillor, &nbsp; J. B A N T I N G Who seeks RE-ELECTION And is confident of again securing the V O T E S Of the Ratepayers of Bunbury. BUNBURY, October 6, 1892. To W. Spencer, Esq., J.P., &nbsp; Mayor of Bunbury. &nbsp; Dear Sir, — &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; AT the close of another year, during which &nbsp; &nbsp; you have so faithfully filled the respon- &nbsp; &nbsp; sible position of Mayor of our Town, we de- sire to convey to you our sincere thanks for, and high appreciation of, your valuable services. &nbsp; We look back with extreme gratification on the success of the past 2 years, during which you held the office of Mayor, and we attribute this success to the energy and tact you have displayed in the discharge of the important duties of your important Office. In your hands ou...