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COLLIE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 December 1892

COLLIE HANDICAP. ? ^ ? : ' The following are the weights for the Collie Handicap: — si., lb. Hugcnot „. '... 9 0 :. Beeswing ... --# so Alarm ... ? 7 0 Hebe ... ... . ... 6 7 One mile-and-a-half. To be run on the 26th. December. W. B. MITCHELL, HiNDICArPEK.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 December 1892

RAGE MEETING. A meeting of those interested in racing was held at the Prince of Wales on Saturday evening. Present — Mr. W. Lovegiwe (in the chair) and Dr. Lovegrove, Messrs. Stafford, Wi. - bey, Mitchell, Knox-Brown, Locke, Maxted, Mitchell, jr., and several others. It Avas resolved that a race meeting be held at the opening of the railway. ?', Resoh'ed : That a deputation, con sisting of Messrs. Stanley, A. Knox Brown and Locke, Avait on the Maye r f to ask for an additional twenty am s of race course out of the commonage land. ?? The secretary was instructed to make application to the Wellington Roads Board for permission to male a slight deviation in the Bunburv - Vasse road, but to inform the Roads Board that they Avould be put to no expense, as the club would clear and form 'the deviation. ? , ' The name of Mr. Knox-Brown Avas added to the committee list in place of }[:?. ^'''^vn-i^ vesijrnod.

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CORONERS INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 December 1892

CORONERS INQUEST. ? * ? The inquiry into the cause of the death of the late George Thomas Mainwaring, was held on Monday last before the coroner (W. H. Tim perley, Esq., R.M.,) and Messrs W. B. Mitchell, Jas. Moore, and E. M, Clai'ke. The first witness called was Richard Nay i or, one of the boys who Avas in the boat with the deceas ed when the accident occurred. His evidence, after being sworn, was as follows :? — I am 13 years of age and knew the late George Thomas Main Avaring. He was a teacher in tlie public school. I have been in the habit of going out fishing and shoot ing with him. My brother John and I went Avith him in a' bdat on Decem ber 2nd, at about 4 p.m. We went up tho riA'er about eight miles, and camped that night, but didn't do any shooting. The deceased started shooting next morning about ten o'clock, and continued; shooting' throughout the day. I saw him use the gun ??'?'t before we started-- for home oix v ?. ,=. ?day'afterno.on at 2 p.m. The deceased put the gu...

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THE BREVITY OF LIFE. A FUNERAL SERMON [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 December 1892

THE BREVITY OF LIFE. ? * ? A FUNERAL SERMON (Preached in the Wesleyan Church by the Rev. J. G. Mitchell in con nection with the death of Mr. George Mainwaring, who was accidentally killed' on Saturday, 3rd. instant.) ' Before dealing with, the subject chosen for our meditation this evening, I may be allowed to express the pleasure afforded . me by the number present to night. Your presence I take to be an indication of the esteem in which our late friend, Mr. Geo. Mainwaring, was held. From his mother I learn that he was 'all one could '? bo on this earth.' He was very fond of his mother, and sin cerely devoted to her interests, cheerfully rendering that obedience, which filial affection demanded, thus setting a good example to the younger members of the family. His great desire was always to do right ; I may add and to do good. He was ever ready to give assistance where his services were required, and will, in this respect also, be greatly missed. His associa-tion with: Mr. Paisley...

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NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 December 1892

NARROW ESCAPE. ? ? . . — — 4- ? Mr. John Fihiierty, one of the overseers on the Bunbury-Boyanup Railway, had a very narrow escape from being killed on Saturday morn ing last. He- was engaged at the time in what is termed ' running the road,' that is running on the line on a tricycle, to see that the track is clear for the train, and when he arrived at a curve in the road about. three or four miles out, he saw the contractor's engine and trucks running towards him. Finnerty was on a downgrade -at the time and put the brake on', and' as far as we can learn he had no time to take the tricycle off the line before the- trucks, which were in front of the engine, struck the tricycle just as Finnerty was jumping off to save himself. He is said to have had his hand on the brake when the collision occurred, and it is needless to say that the tricycle was smashed to pieces, and thrown a considerable distance back off the track. The. driver and others on the. engine, as soon as they could stop—...

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PARLIAMENT. MONDAY. PERTH, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 December 1892

PARLIAMENT.. ? ^ — - . -? ? ? ;- fFRQM.ouR Correspondent.] . (By Telegraph.) MONDAY. Pkrth, Tuesday, In the Legislative Assembly y es- ter lay, Mr. Simpson moved a reso lution that in the opinion of this House it is desirable to amend the Educational sj^stem of this colony. He contended that education in the colony had .not progressed with the advance made in our prospeiuty, and that steps should b*e taken to effect sdme improvement/ The Premier replied that the sys tem was working very harmoniously, but some alterations might be deemed desirable shortly, Such as placing this department under the charge of a responsible Minister, but at the present it was not ; intended to take any action in the matter. The motion was negatived on the voices; Mr. Traylen moved that the Go vernment be requested to make the fullest enquiries concerning dry blowing machines for -use on the gold fields. The Commissionei'rif Crown Lands said the Government..would have no objection, and the motion was agr...

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ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 December 1892

ENTERTAINMENT. ? « ? On Saturday night last the com pany recently formed under the aus pices of the Mutual Improvement Society made their first bow to a Bunbury audience, and received — as they fully deserved — a splendid recep tion. 1?he performance had been advertised to come off on the Satur day previous, but owing to the lamentable death, by accident, or Mr. (xeo. Muinwariiig that evening, it was postponed for a week, As we pre dicted, the hall was thronged, many being unable to secure seats. When the curtain rose, the new company, consisting of Messrs. M. I. ? Williams (in the chair), W. Richards, J. Castle, A. Haughey, J. Craicr, E. Jarvis, F. Offen, j. Coombs, D' M. Richards, T. H. llichards, H. Gibbs, H. and F. Caporn and E. Scott, were seen sitting round the small stage in Christ)- Minstrel order. The Chairman called on Mi-. W. Richards for the first song. ' The Ash Grove.' This song was rendered with good taste and judgment. His voice, though not strong, is well cul tivate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 December 1892

Shipping. ? ., ? ? -v ? % AD ELAIDE «=SS35lfis^j^, g. S. C O., ??sasiKssslslsssts' (Limited) (XTnder Contract withthe West Austra- ? ' liau Government for the Con~ veyance of Mails) . Will despatch their Splendid Steamships as under : — To Bunbury Roads, Vasse Roads, and duindalupl Flinders Tuesday Dec. 13 4:30 p.m. No cargo received after 2 p.m. on day of sailing. . To Dongarra and Geraldton. StiumEk FlS^E ., Time' Flinders Tuesday Dec 20 '1:30 p.m. No cargo can he received after 2 p.m on day of sailing. ' ,.; To Geraldton. Sharks Bay, Carnarvon Roads, Ashburton Roads, Pearling Grounds, Roebuck Bay, transhipping at Roebuck Bay to s.s. Rob Roy for Derby, Wyndham, and Port Darwin. ' ST^iEa f£:SU Time South Australian ^'^oth- llam To Albany, Adelaide, and Melbourne, transhipping at Adelaide and Mel bourne, for Sydney. , . SteaH FSt^L I T'*E ,' Bullarra I December 11- 4:30 p.m. : From Melbourne and Adelaide} with transhipments from Sydney. a _ ? Leaves . Leaves -? ? ? oteameb Melbourne...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 December 1892

MISCELLANEOUS tTMiS-. ? v ? Ldrd Srftssey hits explained f hilt hid estate at (rojbiup. oil the Gr'edt Southern' Railway of Western Australia is at pre sent unfit for settlement by*.meatls of1 Genei'al Bdoth's oversea colonies. Owing to the decrease in the riiimber of cargo steamers loading for' Melbourne and Sydney, freights by steamer have' been increased as follows : — liou'gh. mea-- surement,2os.;nne .measriremerit,30s. 'Thd rates tor cargo by sailing' vessels arc ? hardening. Mr. Justice Collins has fined Sir' Henry Tichbourne, High Sheriff of Hants, £'500 foi' .being, absent fi'om thd . Winchester Assize's', withoilt proper1 excuse. Sir :Henry is away iil Africa oil - ... a shooting expedition; A. lute telegram from Lanflon staffs that Archdeacon Vauglmii, .sufcessofto Cardinal Manning in tlie See of Westminster1, 1ms de termined to assume an aggressive controver sial policy on behalf of tlie Kciman Catholic*, faith. It is also suid that lie has delegated to a number of the mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 December 1892

NoticeB. JOERTH JJECORATING £J°. ? BARRACK STREET, PERTH. All descriptions of Plumber's Glazier's Painter's and Decorator's Goods kept in Stuck. The most complete assortment ever seen in the Colony. j^- O T I C E. I, THE ITNDEESIGNED, hereby give notice that I hare dissolved partner ship \vith Joseph Wilson, Tinsmith, of Bunbury, and will not be responsible for any debts contracted by him. A. G. SMITH. Bunbury, Oct. 13, 1892. -vr o t i c E THE UNDERSIGNED is prepared to receive and store goods consigned to Country settlers ; and also clear same at Custom House ?when required aud for ,ward by railway or team, as directed. F. J. TEEDE, Commission Agent. Bunbury, Sept. 20, 1892. NOTICE is hereby given that no per son has authority to SELL SUNNYVALE CATTLE, branded SO (conjoined), except the undersigned, or Mrs. P. M. Logue. my agent ; aud that proceedings will be taken against any person or persons in whose possession an\' such cattle nui3' be found. Dated Nov. 7th, 1892. J, E. LOGUE. ...

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CHATTERINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 14 December 1892

' '' CHATTERINGS. ? y— ? [By Our Chimpanzee.! . The newest conundrum — Who voted for you ? ? A mixed medley — Misconducting the election. Humours of the election. The inverted proceedings. A greater' illusion than Fatima. De claring the poll. A Gordian knot. Aro we councillors ? 'The latest f ad. . .. AJffigh School for -Buubury-. ? . '. / It is not correct that our noble army of defenders will make an attack on Plum Puddingy Hill about Christmas time, but the navvies are expected to be there. The latest dictum of the judges— It is not illegal to play cards in.'a hotel. An instance of the amenities of the press:— The reticence of the mem bers of the Agricultural Society in stumping up their subscriptions has dis counted the success of the Show. So I read. -....-' The candidates addresses exercised a powerful influence on the elections. The five gentlemen who delivered themselves of their ideas were rejected, and the four, gentlemen who declined to attend were elected. Moral : — Sile...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

Notices. JpERTH jyECORATING QO. BARRACK STREET, PERTH, All descriptions of Plumber's fJlaaier's Painter's and Decorator's Goods kept ia Stock, The most complete assortment ever seen in the Colony. J^ O T I C E. I- THE UNDERSIGNED, hereby give notice that I have dissolved partner ship with Joseph Wilson, Tinsmith, of ?iJunijury, *nd xviH trot he ivspouslble for «ny debts contracted by him, A. a. SMITH. Bnnbtny, Oct. 13, 1892, ?JT O T I C E TRB UNDERSIGNED is prepared *to receive and store goods consigned to Country settlers ; and also clear same at ^Custom House vrhen required and for ward by railway or team, as directed. F, J. TEEDE, Commission Agent. Dunbury, Sept. 20, 1892. '^TOTICE is hereby given that no p«r JL^i son has authority to SELL SUNNYVALE CATTLE, branded SC '(conjoined), except the undersigned, or Mrs. S. M. Logue, my agent; and that .proceedings will be taken against any 'iperson or .persons in whose possession any ssuch cattle -may be found. Dated Nov. 7th, 1892. J, ...

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VASSE NEWS. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

VA88E NEWS. [From our Corrkspoxden't.] ..Vassk, Saturdav. Summer has set in in real earnest; The weather has- been fearfully hot the last few days, which has ripened the corn pretty quickly. Chris. Abbey, the lad mentioned in my last as having been hurt by being thrown by a horse is, I am glad to state, all right again. His greatest injury it appears was caused by one of his teeth cutting through his lip. I A meeting of the stewards in con ' nection with the Quindalup Races ' was held last Wednesday evening at Quiudalup. Mr. A. Moore was the successful tenderer for the publican's . ' booth at the. price of £6. Mr. C. M. B. Barnard's tender for totalisator upon the course for £2 Is. was ac cepted. There were three tenders for the latter, and one for the publi can's booth It was agreed not to ac cept any of the tenders for farming the gate dues, but to collect the money by commission. It is intended, if possible, to erect a stand for the stewards. The first race is to start at eleven ...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

SPORTING., Tho following are the weights for the Quindalup It aces : IKYING- STAKES. . ... St. IK Orphan ..; ... J) o Dagmar ...;.. 8 7 Loco ... ... , ... 8 I) Dreadnought ? 8 0 Padlock \_ ... ... 7 o JARRAH STAKES. ' Orphan ..; ... 8 5 Duginar ... ... 7 12 Loco ... ' ... ... 7 5 Dreadnought ? 7 () Hie following are the entries for the Collie Ihices : — CiUME HAXMCAP. Hugenot, Beeswing. Alarm, and Hebe, IjADIEs' BRACELET. Pilgrim, Manillya, Ear Ono, Gratis, Bis.choiT, and Eosebud. ? RAILWAY STAKES. Bar One, Bischaff; Gratis,' and Bees wiug. ' . . ' ' ?

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AN EFFUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

?AN EFFUSION. ? ^ ? Bt ' Our Devil.' .[As leaders of thought and admirers of everything lofty and ennobling, our sym pathies are ever witk tlie aspiring, hence our aeceptah'ceoftheheterogenious effusion of young ' inkslinger' published below. There may he more in this youthful poetaster's inverted funiosities 'than we ? are ' competent to appreciate, and we prefer, therefore, to submit to an nu biassed public tlie .question whether the following is poetry or prose ' run mad.' Poor ' inkslinger's' vaulting ambition to impart a characteristic distinction to our Christmas issue is laudable. His appro priation of our advertising columns for . the thome of his tragical efforts original, and Ins rhythm and reason novel, if not peculiar. Moreover, as we are predis posed in favor of our eccentric crank, and as he declaims from an altitude of Par nassus, that renders contemplation giddy, we refrain from either praise or censure, and have consented to immortalize him by giving him a place in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

Nesbit ami Jcrger, Hay street are always glad to post goods on approbation.

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BORING FOR COAL NEAR VASSE [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

BOEING FOR COAL NEAR VASSE T'le following is the report for t]v- w ec end-;d 4th December, ofM\ Firing Hi-id, in eVirgj or t'-ie ??!.).-- eminent boring plant nearVasse: — I have to report that bore liole jiTo. 3 ' ? . has now reached a total depth of 261ft. ? - ?In the lower 13ft. of this depth, de tached fragments of coal have been bored through. The following is a sum mary of the strata bored through : — ; Ft n Deptli carried, farwaivl 241 0 Dark gjey sandsto e ... ... 7 0 ' ;? Argilhicoiii sandstone, with fraj -, meats of coal... ... ... IS 0 It. is 'my,., intention to tak,e;ad.van-. ., . . . 'figd.^ql tiie^dry , w-y- ~t Ver and- sink ;'a .. ''. shallow .shajit on the outcrop of coal, . near Qu'n lalnp in a few days.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

John Marshall and Co's Sales. g -p p p p p p I I h I II - . f* ?51 *-*1 -J -! -J '-er1 «-* P P h-- i— ' hj i— ' H H ^ h^ J J j OOOOOO g -^LT__. a a a a, a a fr Land. the ILiad. ... LAND. «««««- HoxjsEg- land. LAND, ESTATE houses. LAND* A™ . HOUSES. land. Commission houses, land. Ageney houses. ? (JOHN MARSHALL & Co.,) UUUbL&1 HA'VE Amongst Others the following DESIEABLE PKOPEUTIES FOE SALE— FAEIE: Containing OAA ACEES, situated on Preston Uiver. Fenced, etc., £3G0 CASH. PAEltl: tyf7(*\ ACEES. near Eailway, and short distance from Bunbury. Fenced £A -fl \J- Commodious House, Stable, Hay-shed, etc. Easy Terms. £550. FARM: ' 4Q-~| ACRES, situated on Coast live miles from Bunbury, Fenced and Ad JL Cleared. Easy Terms. ? o ? -.- ' . .-?? ?'-.?'-?'-' -iN-B.' — Persons having Properties For Sale should register with the above, and others desiring to bu}r should inspect our Properties. Our Terms. :.slvg Moderate, and if NO sale is effected, No Commission is required. Land, E...

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

THE BUIMBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21, 1S92. It would liavdly be correct to say that much, surprise was expressed at tlie intimation .published last week relative to the fate of the ? Constitution- Act -'Amendment BilL ' p.isquieti.ug,ri.'iiiiours.,liadj'for some ! time., been, rife as to the reception that .was awaiting- it in the Leins ?Oati'vfe?^Goimci]. It was not, 1low--.| ever.,, anticipated Hhat' so ntter, a7: disregard JPor, tie proprieties :oi } Parliamentary; procedure and the ; deference'du'd t'o'thb labors and ex- : ?pressidns' of :the people's represen- ! tativ.es woiild- bo no contemptuously ' dealt onfc to themeasuro. The fully j packed chainber was in itself sig- j nificant, as ;seldom, if ever before; ! have the whole of the .members ! found it convenient to attend a : sitting: With tempera i-p, but ir resistible logic, the Hon. Colonial - Secretary addressed himself to the Herculean task, which he evidently ! l-ecognised was before him, and ! gave a resume of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

George Lawrence, BUILDER. CONTRACTOR Ahd UNDERTAKER — PRINSEP STREET — BIT 3KT1DS XT Et '^'. All Orders Promptly Attended to. ILEXANDEBTITRIGHT, BUILDER & CABINETMAKER, STIRLING STREET, BUNBURY. i Has a large Stock of Household Furniture, KHqlien Tables from 22s, Dressing Tables from 15s, Washstands from 17s, Chests of Drawers from 55s, Meat Safes from 25s, Sofa Couches from 45s, Cabinets from 50s, Violin and Banjo strings in stock. , ALSO IN STOCK : 'Wardrobes, Sideboards, Gipsy Tables, ; Pool and Curtain rings, American Chairs, Glaus and Putty, and Ironmongery in great variety. ALL ORQ&KS FROMthk COUNTRY PJIOMPTLY ATTENDED TO ? ? ? fc O . ? o . o . .£ * I! I pq «-««d fuss | (JL2 g W -3 K -3 r^ - « -q 3 « * goo -a C. J. H o^ G 3- STOREKEEPER & DRAPER, VASSE. JUST ARRIVED— A large Stock of LADIES' GENT'S & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. A. S n A :p' x- E' TAILOR & OUTFITTER, HANDS' COTTAGES. Victoria Street, Btmbuvy. Style and Workmanship guaranteed. TT...

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