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TELEGRAMS. WEST AUSTRALIA. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 November 1892
TELEGRAMS. ? $ ? [FiiOM Our Correspondent.] WEST AUSTRALIA. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Perth, Tuesday. During the Municipal Elections there was much excitement. The result of the poll was declared shortly after seven p.m. as follows : For Mavor. Forrest. 1074: Randell. 298 ; traylen, 215. For Coun cillors of East Ward : McKernan, 65 ; Hurst, 62. Fremantle — For Mayor : W. Sampson re-elected/ unopposed. For the last Ward recently added ?jio this Municipality — J. ' Holmes, -^Bo ; R. Jarvis, 99 } F. Kelly, 72, North 'Ward— James Pearce, 205 ; Joshua Davis. 31. Guildford— For Mayor— W. Gr. Johnson, 81 ; J. Lunton, 41. York — For Mayor — W. Dinsdall, re-elected, unopposed. Northam-r-For Mayor — James Byfield re-elected, unopposed. Roebourne — For Mayor — F. Pearse, 51 ; ? P. Watson, 18. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 November 1892
Government Eailways. : BOY ANUP-MIN3TBS UP JBAILWAY MlSKISUP Co^TSACT. - S ' Construction complete with Permanent ' .-'Way and Stations (including the pro . . ' vid ing .of all Materials except the liaila and 'Fastenings for tlie Permaneijt ' Way) Lcngfck about 11 miles, - \ FT1ENDEBS \rill be ' received- at tins JL office, up to noon on TUESDAY, tho .20th. DECEMBER/ 1892, for tlie above- -Contract. They ave to bo addressed to the Hon. Tlie Director of Public Worlcs, and marked outside, ' Tender for Miniiiimp . Contract.' ? ? a Conditions of Contract, Specifications, and Drawings may be seen at this office alter 1st December next, and a limited number of the same may also thereafter be obtained on payment of Three Ghriucas . jjer set. The lowest or any tender. will not necessarily be accepted: '.''? . ''. .. : '? '.':?. / H. W. VEI^V ' Commissioner of Railways and Director of Public Works. PiO)2ic Works OiSce,' Perfcli, Western Australia, 24th October, 1892, Notices. 1 ,4 PPLICATIOS...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 November 1892
pOMPETITION THE LIFE OF \j TRADE. BREAD DOWN AGAIN' ! The liberal suppoi't we havo received enables us to deliver *~Y~J- 'T*'^ ''m A TTOa'\ —ftM-nniy pJw \*?m ,1,,m,,mml nmTra «Jr™ wdL**aJ AT. OlCL LOAF O|}CL ?gaa M - f=- P4 CS -| WWW BE ASH AW AND Co. The authorities of the Imperial In stitute regret the absence of any ex hibits at the Ixxstitute from Western ?Australia, and South Australia. All the other colonies arc represented except New Zealand) whose donation to tlie Institute lias not yet been paid
PARLIAMENT. MONDAY'S SITTING. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 November 1892
PA 'RITA MVTVT' 1 AliJUli-jLMUjiN 1 ? Monday's sitting. — $ — (By Telegraph.) Perth, Tuesday. In the Assembly last evening the Premier moved the second reading of the Constitution Act Amend ment Bill. The details of the measure have already been pub Jished, and Sir John Forrest con sidered that the Bill, if passed, would enfranchise the masses. The people of the colony were not pre pared to agree to the suggestion that the term of residence in the colony should be reduced to sis months, He considered that a twelve months' residence would be fair and reasonable. When this Bill was passed it could be said that all the colonies were practi cally under the same law,, and he asked the house and the colony to accept freely what was now offered, viz : A liberal measure in every sense of the term, considering the circumstances of the colony. Sir John sat down amidst cheers. ;Mr. De Hamel said, although the measure in his opinion did not' go far enough, yet he was prepared to give it his sup...
TEE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 November 1892
TEE SHOW. The red-letter day in our calender — Show Day — has come and departed, leaving nothing but pleasing reminis cences behind. Several factors oper ated to lead to the belief that this year our Agricultural Show would eclipse its predecessors ; and by uni versal acclammation it is admitted that during the thirty years of the existence of the Society a more suc cessful exhibition of the district's products has never been witnessed. To a great extent the signal success of the meeting was anticipated. ? The season has been exceptionally favor able for the rearing and cultivation of the productions necessary to con stitute a successful Show, whilst great interest would naturally be taken in thojprogress of. the town and district, and its anticipated early development under the rapid march of improvements following in the wake of the public works policy of the Government. These . important undertakings are so much iri evidence, that already it is apparent that busi ness individuals...
MARRIAGE, [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 November 1892
MARRIAGE, Tho marriage of Mr. Gillas McPher son, the well-known px-ospector of the Murchison and other goldfields, with Miss Elizabeth Wisbey, daughter of our respected townsman, ' Mr. C. Wisbey, was celebrated at the Wes leyan Church, Bunbury',on Thursday last, November 17th., by the Rev. A ?. Buchanan, Congregational Minister. The biide, who was given away by hex' father, wore a dress of figured silk, trimmed with orange, blossom, and a feathered hat to match. She was attended at the alter by her sistex*, Miss Janet Wisbey^ looking vexy pretty in a pink dress. The best man was Mx*. Harold Gibbs, brother-in-law of the bride. After the ceremony the bridal party, nearly 50 in number, including Rev, and Mrs. Buchanan, Mx*; and Mrs. G. R. Teede. Mr. and Mrs. Tom kinson, Mx*. and Mrs. Tuxford, Mx*; and Miss Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Bar nai^d, Mx\ Txigwell, Mr. and Mrs. Bu-. chanan, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, Mx-s. and Miss Scott, Mrs. Mitchell, Miss Mews, Miss Thompson, Miss Hislop (2), Mr. Pais...
LEASES V. CLAIMS ON GREENBUSHES TINFIELDS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 November 1892
LEASES Y. CLAIMS on GREEN BUSHES TINFIELDS. To THE EDITNIL Sir, — I cannot understand why Mr. J. Dunstan should criticise the action of the Metropolitan Press ixx bringing ' promiixently' beforo the public, the Qreenbiishes Tin Finifl. and what is necessary for its ad vancement. Does he wish the Field to remain in its presexxt ' Rip Van Winkle' stage. Mr. D. states that he. with a majority on the Field, de sire the Government to i-esist any efforts to obtain leases. This is entirely a new phase in mining. Is there a successful field without leas ing, and if so, does its physical features compare with this. As to Mr. D.'s statexnentj of a majority, he shows that there are two sides to this question, or he would not lay claixn to a majority holding his views. I am sure if the requirements of the field, and what measnx'es would bo best to take for its advancement, were discussed faix-ly and impartial ly, his idea that the present state of the field and the px^esent system of working is...
TRIAL BY JURY.. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 November 1892
TRIAL BY JURY.. The Russian Government have -abolished the trial by jury. THE LATE RAILWAY ACCI - DENT. At the inquest on the bodies of the victims of the late railway acci dent. The signalman was found guilty of manslaughter for sleeping at his post. The jury considered the directors mainly responsible on account of the long . hours, and recommended that night duty should never exceed eight -hours. ?
ATHLETIC SPORTS: [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 November 1892
ATHLETIC 8P0RT& ? V ? Very gr'eat interest was taken iii the athletic sports held on Thursday last, and had not the elements beexi unfavorable, a much more eiijbyable; day could have been spent ; indeed it is questionable whether any other' amusement would have retained so many people on the ground daring such a strong gale of wind and rain.} with no better shelter than that af forded by an -umbrella. The commencement of the various events was delayed until after the sale of horses, which was being held by Mr. Moore, At about 2 p.m. a large concourse of people assembled on the plain, the principal interest being centred in the Sheffield Handis cap, which was well contested, the1 finishes of the various heats, and es pecially the finish in the final, show; ing the ability of tho handxeappoi*, Mr. Nayloi*, The Committee had been most assiduous in making pro per arrangements for the.; day, but; their effox*ts could riot go the, length of finding house accommodation on . the gix...