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PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

PROGRESS ? ASSOGIA TION. . The Groverninent land proposals was t lie subject of debate at the last meeting 'of ilie Bunfciuy Pz%ogress Association held on Monday evening. Mr. T. Hay ward, 3.B.,r opened ilia debate in an extremely liicid and in-: teresting speech,, which was all the more valuable on ' account of the speaker's long experience of farming in the district. He said ho ?vya.ssoirjr: :o have to 6ppose: the Govei'iiinent in any part of their proposed Land;Bill. but he th ought tLAt little oi' no ;good could result- to the -colony from, loan-; ing money besides giving the land 'away for nothing. He moved the following resolainon : ' That ? this Association is opposed to that portion of the Grovemment Land Bill which, provides f6r'the-advance~of :-mqiiey on improyeinents' Mr. Banting seconded, the motion. Mr. Marshall moved the following amendment-: 'That the Government ';- Land . ^ill; lias been ? : framed' with a view' to' settling people on the. soil, v--hieli in view of th...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

' . Fixtures. ; . ? *i ? Vasse -Race Club Meeting, Thursday, December!. ': \ ' : Gollie River Korse Rices and AthV ' : letic; Sports, Monday Dec: 26. :'? : ; . Eicton -Race Club. Meeting,: M6n;day . January 2, 1S93, Queensland i&ovt. are warning prospect tors about going to the Batavia Eiver rush, a,s 'great ''disti'e^s '. prevails., there. aiBCBg.thp/neTT arrirai's. ..;. , .- .' : :;.;.:: ;- . /. ;.. \.

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CONSTITUTION AMENDMENT BILL. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

COrvBTITIJTIONv ' -i^LEkl)- ,:.::? : ??:, :'. ;; Perte. This Day. ?.;. . , Both Houses sat yesterday. ,;' ; '? In : Assembly, the Constitution Amendment Bill was read a:s;econd! -time; - '?'. '.' -.-?? ?:;-. V ..? ? ?-. '.'?''-?.';? :'?''.'' ' Messrs. Quirilan, Canhinor. Loton, Richardson, Masse 1! and ALexahder. Forrest supported the bill, and Messrs. Clarksbn and Paterson op posedifc. ,.,--.- y ^ V-y- : -A Mr. R.. Sholl mov^dan amendment tiafc the bill be read, that; day six, nionths. ' ? , . - ;: ? 'j?he Jlouse divided with; the : f ol lowiiigf result::— //V a .? ? -.- t~i :,??:-.. -?Ayes, ?;?;.?; ?/'...? ... 20 ?- ; Noes, ... . '..'?. .; :;.V : .'6 ; : :; ?.-.^Majority for Ayes ? 1-i ' . ; . t The. consideration of the bill in Commiitee was made an order pi the day f pr ^'edne's&ay . , ^ : ,'? Mr.' 'Pater son* moved the second reading; of the Expurt of Tbnber Branding Bill which he said 'was introduced-' to make it compulsory to distinguish between Jar rah and Karri, The...

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THE YILGARN RAILWAY. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

^MMtlL(UM^^RA]imM^i ' . ?_, ? ? v ? --' [By T.ELEGIJAPH.] .;. . [FllOJI OtTK CORUESPOKDENT.] ; ? 5 ;?: ? -..???? Perto, Taiesdav. Terid^vs for the/3Tilgarn; SajUvay. wei'e opened at noon ' io;day, l?y- the . Commissioner of Railways, in the ?presence of a largo number of officials, the tenderers, and the general jmblie. Eeie-ht tenders were-reoeived, and the Hon. II. W. Venn announced that the lowest tender was that o£ Mr. Edward Keene, for the sum of £148,300. The next lowest tender nor any of the amounts of the higher tenders were not disclosed, but it is believed that Mr. Eeane's tender, w as a long, way beldw-thi next; lowest. :. iMr'.JKeanc's tender will be accepted, and work will be commenced forthwith. The dis' tanee of the line to be made is 170 miles*, and- the price is, thei^efore, about £840 per mile. A satisfaclfory feeling. !e-:is.ts~ in Jtn'a city .on'_tlib result of theten-dermg. tV--'-i' W ---X-. , ; -? ? ~- ?'???-' . Pbrth, This Day.-: : ??, '?'Byneld and; Kisely we...

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BROKEN HILL AFFAIRS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

BEOEEN HILLjLEEAIRS. ./.'''.''? 'Sydkev, Tuesday.. ?j ,. Tho Broken Kill directors have : cbmpleted^ their halr'-y early 'inspec tion of their respective mines, and are highly pleased with.the appear-, 'v afice df 'tliQ prbperty^and with the 'results of the new system -now-. working. ? ~'' ? ' ; ^.^^?Taerr efCorta- -of the company's officers during, the .s.trike . 'will ? shortly recoiye recognitioiu -''?*-' -v The Mayor. is, endeavoring to/get assist axice^ from .the,. Government for threje. ithpusaifd unemployed,; but; the Premier declines to interfere. A f ew : hundred ? are working for South Australian farmers, but being .unaccustomed to field labor., their success is doubtful, and they dis like the, low agricultural, rates , of ?pay-.:' ' ' V'~

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NEW SOUTH WALES PENSION TO AN OFFICER SYDNEY, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

1KW SOUTH . WALES' {PJ^SION TQ'AN OEFICEE \ . Sn»NEV, Monday : ' Tho Government propose to give. a pension of £60() per- annum to Major General Bichardsbn,' who ? 'through ill Health' lias 'been- forced to resign, the command, of tho mili ', tary forces.' '''*' ' N' ' . ;

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PARLIAMENT. THE HOMESTEAD BILL. THE VASSE JETTY. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

PARLIAMENT. THE HOMESTEAD BILL. — THE YASSE JETTY. [From Our Reporter.] (By Telegraph.) 'V'~ ? Perth, Tuesday! . The Homestead Bill debate was resumed in the Assembly last even in£- ..- , . . . . ; ' Mr. Harper made a lengthy speeph. He opposed the principle of the State lending hhoney to far mers or any one': else; - He: an nounced his inteution of voting; in favor of Mr. Richardson's amend ment. ? ;: ''-'''? '' ' ''?'? ' ;'' '; : ' i . ; Messrs. Hassell and Robert Sholl followed in the same strain, speak ing against the measure. ' ; I ^ ??The Commissioner of Crown Lands rose and made an interesting speech in favor of the bill, . He would ask Hh'o members to deal f airly-with the meafjure^ andilefc it go to Committee, when they could discuss the different aspects of the .po'sition. . .. ,' i :-;;Air.'*' Simpson fhought the .bill would be disastrous to. -the country. Messrs. Alex. , Forrest, Paterson, and Piesse supported the ' motion, and ;Mr. Phillips.opposed.it. '. ? The debate w...

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MR, COOKWORTHY, M.L.A., ON TEE CONSTITUTION BILL. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

M%. COOKWORTHY, M.L.A., ON . THE CONSTITUTION BILL.' [By Telkgeajph.] (From Our Correspondent.) J'l.-. :.-.? Perth. This Day. Speaking in the Assembly last -evening, Mr. Cookworthy, M.L.A., made -a vigorus speech against the ; proposed . new Constitution Bill. 'He said that it had been stated that there was a great desire for this bill, but with the exception of the wishes of Perth and Fremantle, he had not heard of this desire. : For; instance, it wonld appear that many of the people at present franchised are not anxious to use their privi leges, as was evidenced by the numbers that did not vote at the J elections. He argued that the man who had to obey the laws of the land should have some say in the; legislation of the colony, and he would give them a vote for their; ma.iihood, but he would also, give a man a second vote for his property! Ho 'would not make this aqualiSca-v tion, however. There had been some talk about a' man with a swag on his back. There was no thing discredita...

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TELEGRAMS. WEST AUSTRALIA. RAILS FOR W.A. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

TILE GRAMS. -' ? ? ? a — - . -[JFkOM Qpil COXSSSPOXDSXT.] ?.WEST -.AUSTRALIA. : ? Perth, Tuesday. ' . .The' Government received a tele gram yesterday announcing- the' departure of the ship Ulydia, with1 i a, cargo of rails for this colony.. There are 3500 tons on board, of which number 1900 tons are for Bunbury, and 1600 for Fremantle.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

The Hong Kong exchanges states that two men have been found on an island near where the P. and O. 'steamer Bokhara was wrecked. They were the only sur vivors from the Norwegian steamer I'-Tou- -^ inand, which was wrecked during the same typhoon as tlie Bokhara. Over -40 lives were lost in the- wreck. .William Holland, the cashier of tho Port Melbourne branch of the National- Bank, -.has disappeared. His cash, is short about £3,000. Holland is well known ia sporting circles, being owner of the steeplechaser. Premlin, who camo to 'grief recently at Flemington. On the motion' of want of confidence tabled an the Victorian Parliament by Sir Bryan O'Loghlen, the division resulted in-favor of the Gorenunent bj( ?thirteen voles.

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A MILLIONAIRE DROWNED. LONDON, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

; v-;a mllionaikb : a ?:;.'?' ':y DROWNED. ?/?;... ??? London, November 28. ? '?- '~; -News -from America states that Mr, Tucker, the well-known Ame rican millionaire; aiid a party of .8 friends hav.e been drowned whilst yachting! : . . . . , ? -

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VICTORIA. A GHASTLY DISCOVERY. MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

- VICTORIA.* v^i GiliSTLY DISCOVERT. '?' Melbourne, Monday:. - The detectives are as yet unable to solve the mystery of the human ^ legs found at Hawthorn. ? The under-graduates assert that it ?is. very. 'improbable that an outrage ha?, been committed- oil any of 'the bodies entrusted to them, as rnedi ? cftl experts say that the limbs, &reJ ' liofc from any ' dissecting-room. ' :;

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THE GOVERNORSHIP OF CANADA. LONDON, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

THE GOYERNOESHIP OE ';, :'GANADA. : ': ? . . L«xdo-:, Noveniber 28. ;L6rd Stanley, of : Preston, is resigningthe Governor-Generalship of Canada/ and . tho _: Sari oi' A.ber-r deei : will be his probable successor.

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SCHOOL BOARD ELECTIONS. PERTH. This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

SCHOOL BOAKD ELEO .: Perth. Thi&Dav. . The School Board Elections yes terday created much,, ^excitement from a denominational point, of view. The following is _ the result of the polling :-—^ ; :. \ ? .:'. , . llev. Father Bourk'e ? ..'.? 262 ' ' iT;J&ev\ 'Tremaiiie Dunstair - 255 -., v~ : 'Walter James . . ... .. . . 232 .* . Frank Callaghan .U-- '::. 227 v . - Dean Goldsmith' :..:.w':.. ,218,,, ' 'W: LangsforcT - X:\ i \-'v213^ .... At.^p:H6Mbs: :..? \:.l\-p.l{v . First five elected.. _' \ a ,. . v ? , ~ ?^Tiie ?- Fremaiifcle' School' Board' JSlections iave resulted in the- rer turn of Dr. Birmingham, Messrs. Marshall. 'VVra-y and Doonan, and :ArVlideacon- Watkins. & . . . ?; ; ? .

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AUSTRALIAN CREDIT. LONDON, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

ATJSTBMilAN ; CREDIT.' . ? Tjokdcx,' Nbveniber-28. -. ? ' The-'Daily, News says that manu facturers complain of the excessive credit;' demanded .-: by Australian 'Srm's. ??'???'? . [ ' r ? IrLtlie report of the. directors of the Midfend Eailway to the Shareholders the following appears ':— T:hi? .directors-rcgrefc tliatj-ow'iug to the action of the Grovern nient in witliholding the titles ;of the ]'and,tliey. ax-e unable. to. either sell or bor row money on this, the compary's most available aud natural asset. Thev have fjVtl confidence la. t]ic value oC the ^conces- sion, aud if the-Governnienfc (in justice to those wlio havc^ivested their .mouoy. in the colony in tliefaitliof their concession,) ? v.-ill fully recognise the onerous position in which the company has been placed, and will only carry out their part of the . contract, and'afe once hand over tlie Jand to. -which the company is eatitled, thej may reasonably entertain the hope thai;' the remaining 125 miles of railway wil...

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THE SILVER MARKET. LONDON, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

THE SILYER; MAEKET. h . Londok, November 2S. ? Baron Rothschild, of the well known English firm of financiers; is endeavoring to -form a syndicate to control the Silver Market. \

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THE WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

TEE WELLIMGT0X::R0Ai)S2 ..', , B0ABD --MEETING... ~'{'-\ ^The'^snal inoiitlily meeting of'the . -Wellington Roads Board was held on Saturday, when there were, present — The Chairman- and.'.; Messrs.-' Clarke, Trifrwell,:-Eeading, -Maguir'ej -andV A: Clifton. . . '; -?.?':' ., -;??.' ?/.??:' ?'.'?: After the inimites of the, preyions meeting Had been'' r dad' and confirrried;, the following accounts were passed for payment:— , -;T . . . . ; ... ' '?; ..' .-_ ?? --'?^?fi^-s^di-' J, Kutchison balance due '? ' . ; ? A'ustralind Eoad... ... 12 -0 G. Trigwell, (?leai-ingV'treo f- ? ??:?'?.- : BIackwoodKoad.:, ... '. 16 0 ' 'W. Adams, repairing enl . . , ' vert, Karvey. Koad .. ; y: . 10 . 0 . ? J. Milligan on ae. contract ; ???;/----.y ??- ; AnstralindSoadi./ ;.,- jl2^^6 \ Q ; ;? H. Hall, -work Vasse Ed. ; ; X ; , p. ,v.0., - H. Le-arman. clearing tree ' '*' '-?'; : ''.: ''?; Mill Eoad; Field Place , ;,r-h paddock ... ... .... , 1 16; G Ti Marriot. work ?Bruns- ? : :-'-v . ? : ' ;'? ; ; w...

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COLLIE COAL. A GLOWING. ACCOUNT. THE BORING OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

COLLIE COAL. A GLOWING. ACCOUNT.. THE BOEING OPERATIONS^ The '.following, is a copy., of the, last report,' dated the 17th. inst,/. from the boring party at the Collie Coalfield, to the Under-Secretafy for Eaihvays .and Works :— -I beg to laV -before -; you my- 18th.; -fort-. nightly;, report.. .During the past fortnight a line running E.S.E. for a distance- - of- nearly ^tyvo mile's' (along the big scam outcrop) has been surveyed,- and 184ft. .of bor ing done at three, points. A dray track has also ..been cut for some three--ii?i-ie3.;-^-!^-''*---'i» -V;O''/- 11 :?. \ -i Bpre .2sTo.. 11, situate ^E.S.E.r8-9q chaiM froni shaft C32.^-)iOH ' h .. . , Ft,;In.;. ;1 Soil, sand, etc. i ... : :^W-i-Q'^'- White sand ?'. ... .... 3 0 : : , .Qonglomorate ,clap, etc .,v ... 2V.;6 -? ' '^Smnt,:;black sh-ale, etc. Js.: y2---;*6.'-'?: .Cotf f-s^h:M^:: ? ^^/Qf , Mreclay-floor :??? ; c .;??.. '.-? 0 5| Total depth ... 30 'O' ' . Bpr,e; No. 12, situate jl.8'.6Q chains on above line '?':''' ' '' ''? ...

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VASSE NEWS. November 26th. 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

VASSE NEWS (From Our Correspondent)   November 26th.. 1S92.       The funeral of the late Mr. G. C.   Rosselotty took place last Sunday     afternoon, and was one of the largest seen here for years. The church was crowded, and lots iad to remain biitr side the civurch. ' Our respected and p.opiilnr .clergy man, . . th e . .Rev. ; W. Everingliainj arrived in iifae to pex fdrm 'the bui^al service, arid in asLoH b'at' impressive ,.disco-ar§e, ..referred to1; the very excellent' c'K?,ra'cteV':' the ; de ceased bore, and expressed his heart felt sympathy for the deceased's rela tives and. friends in their aad and sudden bereavement. The co3m was literally covered with wraiths .and crosses     ... I .was. Borrj; to hear 'of tlie deatL. of Mr; R;.GiUb6ns.-: Thejdecease.d resided herc'foirsoveraryeai's^and vyas innch ; respected for .his honest, upright manner .of deaj-ing1 i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 30 November 1892

,???' Chipping. ,;'?, ?' -, ?»- A D E L A\& P^S ^feliK S* S* C °'' '' ^^^^^^e, (Limited) (Under Contract with the .West. Anstra-, lian Government for the Con . . veyanee of. Mails) Will despatch t*u*ir; Splendid Steamships as under i— '.'- '' To Btiiilrciry Beads, Tasse Road3, and Guindalup, '? ??/? ' ?? Leaves- tn,w1,'-: . V Flinders . Tuesday Dee. 13- 4:30 p.m. -..' 5fo cargo received after 2 p.m-; on day of sailing. . . : :.:. - ;:ToI)ongarraand.GeraldtoE. \ : ''feftbiB*. ?-:E^?M!-i..;^ Flinders Tuesday, Dec. 6 4:30 p.m':. If o cargo can be received after 2 p.m. on day of sailing. To Geraldtou. Sharks Bay, Carnarvon Eoads, Ashbuvton. Beads, Pearling Grounds, Boeoack Say, transhipping at Eoelmck Bay to s.s. H-cb Roy for ?/ Derby, Wyndham, and Port Darwin. ? Steambb, ? FKKMAy-,riTi J^ii South Australian Tins Day 5 p.m. Froui Melbourne and Adelaide, with transhipments from Sydney. . ? ^ c Leaves I Leaves StKAMEB ^LBrJoTTRKB j APELAIDli ': i ,3iullawa Sat. jSov 20 Wed Mov 30 ...

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