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TELEGEAMS. WEST AUSTRALIA. SPORTING. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 December 1892

TELEGRAMS. ? ♦ ? [From Our Correspondent.] WEST AUSTRALIA. SPORTING. Perth, Tuesday. Scarpia has advanced to first favorite for the Perth Cup, and is now quoted at 100 to 30.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FREEDOM OF THE CITY OE LIVERPOOL. LONDON, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 December 1892

FREEDOM OP .THE CITY OE LIVERPOOL. London, December 4. Mr, Gladstone has received the freedom of the city of Liverpool.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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LATEST CABLES. DEATH OE JAY GOULD. LONDON, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 December 1892

LATEST CABLES. ? A ? [From our Cokrespoxdext.] DEATH OE JAY GOULD. London, December 4. Mr. Jay Gould, the well-known American millionaire, has died from pulmonary consumption. His es tate is valued at £40,000,000 ster ling- He bequeathed, one million to charitable institutions, and his eldest son received 40 per cent of the estate. The American Press severely criticised Gould's alleged unscrupulous career.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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AUSTRALIAN MUTTON IN ENGLAND. LONDON, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 December 1892

? AUSTRALIAN MUTTON IN ENGLAND. Loxdox, December 4. Large supplies of Australian mutton have realized very unsatis factory prices, only selling at 2 |d. per pound. -^^^^v\ ?

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THE N.S.W. LOAN LONDON, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 December 1892

THE N.S/W. LOAN Loxdox, December 4. The English Financial Press is jubilant over the failure of New South Wales to float Treasury bills.

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THE GNARLBINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 December 1892

TEE GNARLBINE. The following letter has been sent to us from the new rush at Grnarlbin*} r ' ' I left York with 34 others on the 29th October for the Gnarlbine, and arrived on the new find on the 14th of November. We met men all alonsr the road returning from the find, and ' with the exception of a few lucky f ones, they gave a very poor account ^ of th e place. Water is a great draw- ? back, aud wo were charged Is. fper _^Jt gallon for it. All rations are very ' ^|R dear, flour being Is. Sd. per lbr. and1 1 fresh mutton Is. There wei^e a good 1 number of men on the field when I ji left, and we met 116 men between: ,- -|| there and Southern Cross on their M road up. Almost all the men that If went up with the camel team as I did m have returned. There are plenty of M men on the field not earning enough || money to pay for the water they are S using*. Six of us were prospecting M for a week, and we didn't get a II quarter-of-an ounce of gold. A few m of the first prospectors that wen...

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MELANCHOLY FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 December 1892

MELANCEOLY FATAL ACCIDENT. Vv_. A gloom was spread over the whale' town on Saturday evening when the news was received of the death, by acc,dental shooting, of the young1 man George T. Mainwaring/pupil teacher in the public school^ son of Mrs. J. H. Dixon. The poor voting1 tellow — only nineteen years ot age — was universally respected forhis quiet, unassuming manner. He was held in great esteem by the head-mrt-s'fei' of the school, and was almost idolised ''* by the children. Seldom, if ever, has greater regret been evinced by our citizens, old and young. The circumstances of the unfortu nate accident are, as far as we can ascertain, as follow : — The deceased went out in a boat on Friday evraing' (which he has frequently done for se veral years on Fridays) for a day's fishing and shooting in. the river. On this occasion he was accompanied by two boys; sons of Mr. J. H. Naylra', aged respectively 14 years and 10 years. They camped out that night, and next day, after a pleasant excu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 December 1892

Notices. A PPLICATION for a BATING & ? A BOARDING HOUSE LICENSE To the Worshipful the Justices *} of the Peace acting in and for ( the district of Wellington in ( Western Australia. ) I, WILLIAM FRANCIS GREEN, Eating and Boarding house keeper, now residing at Victoria Street, in the town of Bunbury, do HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that it is my inten tion to apply at the next licensing Meeting to be holden for this district for a EATING AND BOARDING HOUSE LICENSE, in the shop or rooms which I now occupy or intend to occupy, situated at Victoria Street, now licensed tempoi'arily. Given under my hand this four teenth day of November, one thousand eight hundred and ninety two. WILLIAM FRANCIS GREEN. J^- O T I C E. I, THE UNDERSIGNED, hereby give notice that I have dissolved partner ship with Joseph Wilson, Tiusmith, of Bunbury, and will not be responsible for any debts contracted by him. A. G. SMITH. Bunbury, Oct. 13, 1892. 'VT O T 1 C E— THE TJKDEK SIGNED is prepared to receive and stor...

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THE MIDLAND RAILWAY. NEW PROPOSALS BY THE COMPANY. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 December 1892

THE MIDLAND RAILWAY. NEW PROPOSALS BY THE COMPANY. [By Telegraph.] (From Our Correspondent.) Perth, Tuesday, In the Assembly last evening the Premier laid on the table of the House the following proposals by the Company for the completion of the Midland Railwa}^ : 1. 1 hat the Company create a loan of £500,000 at 4 per cent, prior lien bonds, redeemable at the rate of £20,000 per annum, the redemption to begin in 1004, ten years after the completion of the line. 2. That the capital and interest be secured by a first charge against the Railway and 2,400,000 acres of land. 3. That the Government guarantee the payment of the interest and capi tal until the said prior lien bonds are redeemed. - 4. That until such time as the Go vernment are released from the guar antee on the said prior lien bonds, the Company are not to sell anv part of the 2,400,000 acres below 6. 8. per acre, without the consent in writing of the Government ; all proceeds from such sales to be lodged with the Na tion...

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CHATTERINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 December 1892

CEATTE RINGS. ? » ? [By Our Chimpanzee.] Bread down again, and the vans deliver it.' ' ? __.., Signs of the times — The city aspect of the shop windows, Competition in every branch of busi ness, except suits to measure. A parade of our Rifle Volunteers as soon as the band perfects itself in the ' Bold Soldier Boy.' On the 'tapis,' that Mr. Sloan con templates inviting the Mutual Admira tion Society to test the quality of his manufactures. The new council is afforded a splendid opportunity to make history and earn popularity. Will they rise equal to the occasion. A trip to Northam just to see how they do these things there . would be money well expended. Gruildford, with a population of 700 is ventilating the subject of a Town Hall. Has our Town Hall received its quiehis. The electric light is ' tlie latest luxury advocated to be introduced here, to blind us to the necessities of our more urgent and pnicticitl requirements.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 December 1892

The December number of the Nineteenth §| Century contains an article by Mr. John || Burns.'M.P., upon General Booth's social M scheme. Mr. Burns denounces General M Booth and Mr. Arnold 'White, for drawing Jg nil tUc loafers and tramps of E.tiglaud into m4B§ London. ^tI

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 December 1892

Kotices. EDMUND DEAN AND Co. Wholesale axd Retail CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS, Manufacturees & Importers of Drugs, Chemicals,. Pharmaceutical Pre parations, Proprietary ami Patent Medicines, Toilet and Nursery Requisites, Perfumery, Ete. Station Managers, Storekeepers, and Contractors Supplied at the Lowest Pates. Country Orders will receive prompt attention. HAY STBBST, Perth. HIGH! STBEET.rreniantle. DEAIT'S 1. ,. Indigestion Mixture. By its digestive, stomach-invigorating and appetizing properties, is a positive remedy for Indigestion, It stands on- its own merits, and . on the reputation obtained by the wonderful effects winch have followed its use every where. PRICE, 2s, 6d. % „ Corn Cure removes corns pain lessly, cures in three or four days, will enable you to walk ?with greatest ease, obviates the necessity of cutting the corn, Never fails to cure. PRICE. Is. .3. „ Chlorodyne, a safe and reliable remedy for cholera, spasms. diarrhoea, etc. PRICE, Is. bottle. 4 „ Cough Mix...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 7 December 1892

Marriage. NEELD— WOODROW-On the 20th No- vember, at St. Bartholomew's Church, by the Rev. J. C. Haynes, John Neeld, the seventh son of Fredk. Neeld, Nathalia, Victoria, to Annie Woodrow, the third daughter of the late Edward Josiah Woodrow, of Bunbury, Western Aus- tralia.

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INFLUENZA IN BERLIN. LONDON, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 December 1892

INFLUENZA IN BERLIN. London, December 11. Influenza has again made its ap pearance' in'-Ber-lin'j-ahd- is raging; with great violence. . . '

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THE RECENT PALL IN SILVER. London, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 December 1892

THE RECENT FALL IN. SILVER. London, December 11. The principal silver mines of Colorado, U.S.A., are closing, owing to the low price of silver now ruling, and to Australian competition.

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LONDON ANARCHISTS. London, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 December 1892

LONDON ANARCHISTS. London, December 11. Disquieting rumors are rife con cerning the movements of the an archists in London. . It is believed that a plot isbrew .insr to blow up the . Government offices, and extraordinary' precau tions are being taken in- conse quence by the authorities. . The British - labor leaders, it is said, denounce the anarchists, and would gladly welcome any legisla tion that would restrict the influ. of foreign paupers into England.

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LIBEL IN GERMANY LONDON, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 December 1892

LIBEL IN. GERMANY. J : London, -December 11. . A. Berlin firm of Jewish rifle manufacturers have been successful in tlie prosecution which' they insti tuted against Ahlwardt, the leader of the Anti-Jewish party in the Eeichstag, for publishing a pamphlet stating that bad rifles had been supplied' to thearmy. 'Ahlwardt was sentenced to five years imprisonment.

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LATEST CABLES. RISE IN THE PRICE OF TIN. LONDON, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 December 1892

LATESTCABLES7 - — * ? '?? (From Our Correspondent.) RISE IN THE PRICE OF TIN. London, December 11. There is a rise of £2 per ton. in the price of tin^ owing to the 'delay in making the proposed revision of the United States tariff. . _ _

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A WORD FOR OUR ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 December 1892

A WORD FOR OUR ADVERTISERS. — ? ? ^f — J. J. Tuxford, ' Tlie Cheapest Cash' Store, wants immediately poultry, eggs aud butter. M. Hay aud Son solicit p-M^liasers for Christmas Goods. Cash no object ! .Tames Hastie notifies cheap firewood, de livered to any part of Bunbury. H. Brashaw and Co., of the Bunbury Bakery, notifies his customers and others wanting Christmas cakes, to send in their orders at. once. Messrs John Marshall and Co. have for Ealc large pieces of land within a few miles' from Bunbury, and on the Preston river. Mr. Cabbledick, pianoforte tuner, eto., has arrived in Bunbury. Advertisement else where. In auotiier column tenders are called for the erection of a weatherboard house and tank for H. Stanley, Esq. The building is to be erected on Mr. Stanley's allotment-, on the Stirling Syndicate Estate, an elevated position on the brow of the hill facing Stir ling street, and which commands an exten sive and magnificent view of the Indian Ocean and Darling ? Kangcs, The a...

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WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 December 1892

WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD ELECTION. ? v ? ? . The election of four members for Wellington Roads Board takes place tomorrow. The following gentlemen have nominated themselves for the positions : — Messrs W. Spencer, J. F. Johnston, J. Maguire, R. H. Rose, junr,, and J. G. Baldock. Messrs Maguire and Rose are two of the re tiring members, and Mr. J. F. John ston, who occupied the position of chairman of the late board has volun tarily resigned for the purpose of submitting his views on the question of local taxation, under the provision of the Roads Board Act to the elec tors. It is understood that Mr. Johnston was elected lastyearpledged to oppose any attempt to apply the taxation clause of the Act to this district, but having since seen rea reason to change his views on this impoi-tant subject, he came to the conclusion that it was his duty to support a scheme of taxation in the interest of the roads of the district, and having adopted a viow so dia metrically opposed to that which he ...

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