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VASSE NEWS. November 19th. 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 November 1892
VASSE.NEWS. (From Our Corruspondext.). ? November 19th.. 1892. We have had most remarkable weather lately for this time of year, in fact, the last, few days and nights have been more like winter. The rain will mosb certainly not improve the hay already cut. I hear that Messrs. HaxM-is will se cure about a tou of oil from the whale I mentioned in my last. The ofchei*. although a good watch has been kept, has not yet been found. It is feared the shax'ks have eaten it, or otherwise the heavy |weather has driven it off shore. Axx unusual number . of whales have been seen along the coast this season. We were all pleased to learn that the Vasse exhibitors secured a good share of the prizes at the Bunbury Show. It is a gx-eat pity that more people did not go to the show from here. They surely cannot expect people to come here when they thexn selves do not visit other places. It may 5be worth mentioning that the prize-taker for bread — Mrs. Flood — is a native of the Vasse, also Mrs. Partri...
TEE WELLINGTON AGRICULTURAL & PASTORL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 November 1892
TEE WELLINGTON AGRICUL TURAL §~ PASTORL SOCIETY. ? ? ^ The annual general meeting of the Wellington Agricultural and Pas toral Society was held in the Me chanics' Institute, on Thursday, the 17th. inst. The attendance was large, includ ing the President, Mr. J . F. Johnston (in the chair), and Messrs. Rose, senr. Partridge, Wellard, Baldock, Rich, Brookman, M. Locke, E. Locke, Stanley, Trigwell, Buckby and others. The President announced that the business of the meeting was the election of officers and committee for the ensuing year ; and if any al teration in the rules was thought necessary, that was the time that any proposed 'alteration would be in order.' ? Messrs. E. C. B. Locke, F. Johnston, Oreo. Rose, and H. S. Brockman w'ere elected members of the. Society. On the motion of Mr. M: Locke, seconded by Mr. Baldock, Rule 4 was altered to provide that a balf-yearly m'eeting* of the Society be held in July or. August to arrange programme .for the next Show, and to transact gen er...
THE LOAN. £780,000 Tendered. SUBSCRIBED TWICE OVER. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 November 1892
THE LOAN. £?780,000 Tendered SUBSCRIBED TWICE OVER. [By Telegraph.] [From our Correspondent.] Perth, This Day. Satisfactory intelligence has just been received that the West Aus tralian Loan has been fully sub scribed. It is regarded as a great suc cess: The total amount tendered, for was £780,000, or about double the amount required. £400,000 were allotted at an average premium of 3s. The sub scribers above par will be allotted amounts tendered for in full. Several large tenders were re ceived at par, while one private ten der was as high as 40s. premium. The reports received by the Pre mier are very satisfactory, and in financial circles in the city this morning, a buoyant feeling pre vails.
THE ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 November 1892
THE ELECTIONS . ? ? ? Never before in the history of Bun bury has so much interest been taken in the election for Mayor and. Coun cillors as- was evinced at the poll on Monday, last For nearly two months candidates fox' the mayoralty and the council have come forward, and lately the number of the latter have been increased, making a total of seven gentlemen to contest the three vacant seats in the council. The two gentlemen seeking the position of Mayor are both old residents of the town. One of the candidates, Mr. Spencer, has held the office for the last two years, and has frequently occu pied' the chair during the last 30 years, and Mr. D. A. Hay has also been chairman of the Municipality on. previous occasions, The battle was conducted in the most friendly manner, at least as far as the can didates themselves were concerned. On the Saturday previous to the electioxi flaming posters of all colors were seen posted up all over the town, reminding the ratepayers of the great public ...
A WEST AUSTRALIAN COPPER COMPANY REGISTERED IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 November 1892
A WEST AUSTRALIAN COPPER COMPANY REGISTERED IN LONDON. ? The Victorian Copper Company of Western Australia has been registered in London. Its capital is set down a't £120,000. [TkeVictdrian Express contains the fol lowing paragraph relating to the above cablegram: — 'Mr. Mitchell, of Northampton, has just received a cablegram from a London Company; informing him that they are sending out money to work the Victorian copper mine, and offering him the position of manager. The. copper mine referred to is a wonderfully rich, one, and a few years ago was worked with profit by a Melbourne Company. Operations, however, were abruptly brought to a close through some hitch occurring in connection with the Company in Melbourne. The mine lately fell into tho hands of a well-known resident of Northampton, and probably he has succeeded in dis posing of it fcp the English syndicate.']
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 November 1892
To the Editor, Sir,— 'When the mayor was xefrurn ing thanks to the ratepayers for his election, he is reported to have said that he would give his entire sixppox't to Mi*. Hay next year, and if after that year he, Mr. Spencer, was. in good h-ealth, he would* oppose Mr. Hav atrain. Now. Mi*. Editox*. the question has arisen :'Ax'e Mr. Spencex' and- Mi*. Hay going to ruxx the show ,8.' .. I think, it must be airanged that Truthful Mayo or Honest James 'be solicited to come fox'ward in opposi tion to Mx*. Spencex' or his party, but no doubt the suggestioix is premature at present. It is vexy likely Mr, Editor, if I am in 'the colony that 1 will try for the position myself, Yours faithfully, RATEPAYER,
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 November 1892
' CORRESPONDENCE. —~—sf ? ; To the Editor, Sik, — The sex-ies of Saturday even ing's entertainments being now ended, I crave for a small space in your in teresting colxxmns to suggest the ad visability of providing similar en tertainments, and thereby, fill a pub lic want, which is so; conspicuously ixoticeable xn our town. That they will be cari'ied out to a successful issue as evinced by the appreciative audiences they attracted undex- the auspices of the W.C.T.U., is without question. Perhaps the Good Templers will take the matter in hand, not withstanding the rumonv of their being rather Select, which, by the way, would anywhere else, be con sidered very extraordinax'y. How evei-j I trust that some able ox-ganiser will send the ball rolling at once. I am, etc., ? JtfO ALCOHOL,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 November 1892
J?0tlC83. 'WfOTICE is hereby given that no per XM son lias authority to SELL SUNNYVALE CATTLE, branded SC (conjoined), except .the undersigned, ot Mrs. P. M. Logue. my agent ; and that proceedings will be taken against any person or persons in whose possession any such cattle may be found. . Dated Nov. 7th,. 1802.. ? ? , ?' J, E.LOGUE. i '? ' . ? : ?'????? ? ' :; ' Trustee Under Settlement, ; ? J^~^^ EHEAB BOWK AGAIN 4d. FOE CASH TO THE INHABITANTS OF BTJN BURY AND DISTRICT. H. BKASHAW I Co. . (Late of SrDXsr, 2T.S.W.) HAVE COMMENCED BUSINESS as HAKERS, PASTRYCOOKS ??????' And CONFECTIONERS, At London Teusace, Vic toria Street, Bunbury. , , The BUSINESS will be , r' Tinder the direct manage ment of Mr. Bhashaw, -who lias had a large experience both in England and tho other colonies, in every Branch of the Trade. We can assure all who favor us with, their patronage ; that every line will be turned out in the BEST POSSIBLE STYLE, and at the LOWEST PItlCES. Cleanliness, Civility, . And...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 November 1892
George Lawrence, &nbsp; BUILDER, CONTRACTOR : &nbsp; —And UNDERTAKER — &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; — PRINSEP STREET — B U N B U R Y All Orders Promptly Attended to. __________________________ ALEXANDER WBIGHT, &nbsp; ___________ &nbsp; BUILDER & CABINETMAKER, STIRLING STEEET, BUNBURY. Has a large Stock of Household Furniture, Kitchen Tables from 22s, Dressing Tables from 15s, Washstands from 17s, &nbsp; Chests of Drawers from 55s, Meat Safes from 25s, Sofa Couches from 45s, Cabinets from 50s, ALSO m STOCK : Wardrobes, Sideboards, Gipsy Tables, Pool and Curtain rings, American Chairs, Glass and Putty, and Ironmongery in great variety. &nbsp; ALL ORDERS FROM the COUNTRY PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO & P o * I I j ? . ? - ^ tiiiilfs i [H g .«$ 3 3 o g -g & ? | u* ! j** j.^ ^ /v' i— j y— '? m -. ^ 08 p ? p-i -s ^ _, -j § -rf1 5 ? ?i P CM ^ M & ? ' . D 8 o PN ^ . » o § g STOREKEEPER & DRAPER, ...
THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 23, 1892. TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 23 November 1892
THE BUNBURY' .HjE'RALD.- : WEDNESDAY, NOV. 23, 1893., TOPICS OF TEE WEEK. Mr,.A, Forrest, has been elected Mayor of ?Perth by a .large majority, , ':''-; ? ? ???'?'? ????'?'?:-. .'?.?/%'.* -.?'.? ? : ???? :?; : -.;. ? -?-.-;?? .????.: ;??;*- *???-. . The election- ok five members of the ' Wellington- ScliookBbard took place yes terday, There '.'were. 7 '.candidates, and the polling resulted in the return of the Revs, Brady aud Buchanan, and Messrs. Spencer Woodrow, and Hay. * ? . ? A very good record was made 'by Mr. H. Salter, of Perth, on a cycle trip to Bridgetown on Saturda}' last. This gen tleman left Bunbury for Boyanup by train at 9 a.m.. and started from Boyannp on his cycle, at 10.5 a.m. for Bridgetown, arriving there at 10.5 'p.m. having rested at Bovell's Hotel for one hour to refresh. The distance, 45 miles, was thus travel led in fonr hours and ton minutes, very excellent time, when'' the hilly character of the road is taken .into consideration, ' ' '- *** : ' ' One of ...