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INTERCOLONIAL. WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH,. October 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

- IMTE2g,€OI.OH2;AE.:';. . WEST AUSTRALIA. -.?.-,. Perth,. October 4. Hon. George Shenton is to be ap pointed to succeed Sir Thomas Camp bell as President of the Legislative Council, and Mr. Henry.Parker, Q.C., succeeds Geo. Shenton as Colonial Secretary. There 'will, in conse quence, be a vacancy for York in the Assembly. The announcement which appeared this morning has caused general surprise. Mr. Parker going into Council politically effaces hinv^ self, and Mr. Shenton in resigning a portfolio for a position called dis tinguished, but with one-half the pay of former office attach ed to it, is sup posed to be seeking after rest, or per haps there were dissentions in the Cabinet. The West Australian this morning in making the announcement considers that Sir James Lee Steere should have been appointed Presi dent, in which ca'se Mr. Parker would have succeeded as Speaker, and re tained the prestige he has gained in the Lower House. It also says the surprise of position is Mr. Parker'...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ATHLETIC SPORTS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

ATHLETIC SP0BTS MEETING. ? ♦: ? ' A meeting wasjield at the Prince of Wales Hotel on Saturday Oct. 1st. to arrange for having Athletic Sports in November. The meeting was well attended, quite a number of gentle men who have taken great interest in f-orniei' sptjiifcs being present. ? - - t^n. the,'^ibtitin _: of Mi-*. Cummins, . '?MrV'Sl. ;W3Sbey was voted' to the Chafe. ^ -._..., The Secretary of the. Sports Com mittee, Mr. M^. Lowrie,. read the min uies of last fe^vox'ts,^ l^eting ; which showed a balance o'/ over £4. to their credit, The Chainnan said this meeting was called for the purpose of consid, ering the advisability of holding Athletic. Sports this year.. He could see by the attendance that it was likely, to be cari'iedVut, and if so he wo aid. like very much tu have a special handicap included with. 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes,, it was a great success at the last sports. Mr. Cummina proposed that athle tic sports be held on. the. 17th of Nov ember, the.day after the Agricult...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NUMEROUS BURGLARIES. EFFECT OF THE HARD TIMES. MELBOURNE, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

? NUMEROUS BUllGLAE IES:- . ; EFFECT OF THE HiifrD TIMES. ? .Melbourne, October 3. ' Numerous burglaries, resulting from the bad times, are reported 'in' the city and suburbs.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. — — ♦ ? Richard Goldsmith Burges, Esq., has been appointed, a Justice of the Peace for the Colony. We understand, ihat HiB' Excellency Sir W. F, C. Robinson purposes visit ing Bnnbuiy for the show. So many years liaviue: elapsed since H;E. .visit- ed our town that no doubt a special effort will be made to accord- him : a, . fitting reception, ., ? ... ..-. '?? It is proposed to hold a concert conr fiisting of vocal and instrumental ? selections, in the CatKolie Scbool roomj on Show night, the 17th pi*ox., in aid of the Convent. Building Fund, full particulars of which 'will appear in our next issue. ' - The Runi^ct of a site for onr Tmvn, Hall beiug Tinoffieially brought undt'i the notice of the Government it is understood that they are disposed to prrant the, corner block facing the Post Office for the purpose, .. jf thought suitable. ..... We have just learnt that the Govern ment have selected the Lagoon site   for our future Railway Station, s...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 October 1892

MUNICIPAL 'COUNCIL MEETING.   The monthly meeting of the Muni- cipal Council was held in the Me- chanics Institute on Monday Oct. 3rd Present : The Mayor, (W. Spencer, Esq., J.P.) and Councillors Baldock, Banting, Cumnins and Floyd. The minutes of last meeting were   read and confirmed. The Mayor read a reply from the Commissioner of Railways declining to acceed to an application of the Council for a reduction in the price per ton charged for carrying gravel on the railway.     The Committee appointed to re- port on the footpath in Stirling-st. promised to inspect the locality du- ring the ensuing week.     The Mayor, suggested that the Bye- laws relating to spouting on veran- dahs over footpaths be strictly en- forced.       It was resolved that the Secretary   give notice to Messrs Hay, Hands, Aitkins, Metcalf and Maxted to have spouting fixed on verand...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

?. fTI^T'bfT.I:C^E TQ'S QUA T TEES, ' 1^ BftEEDEES Sc SETTLES 3. TH E ?' ??p'ry5ET^0®^SBBA-TEB — =????- ; ?' E¥TliE&/''' Xatelv nnpoi*e& by Mr._ JJoss to 'p. '..'??,'?'.. 1. iWcstern Australia : arc now 'the V : jf 'SOLE ? PROPERTY - \ ;o:? jVJJR. J'. MUSSO X, ?^y3.nev Coffee Palace Hotel. : Si) 'i/WIHi STAND AT 'BEllTTI, . anfl travel Uivou^li all ihc Farming ; ; i.' .;..??: 'Districts in tlie Colony. . .... ThefprUming arc the Pedigrees : /!3Dlie Pure Bred Clydesdale Stallion LORD HOPETOU^, /'...? ; . .... T3y Laird o' Strowan. '?. 'Bred by Ross ^and McGregor, Ballarat. Lord Hopetoun lias gainod ilio follow 'ing prizes, viz. : — First at Warraclinnboal tis a one year did, First ai J3alRr.it. Fir--t rat Chines. First at Beaufort, and First at Harcfic's Hill'. As a two'ycav old -''First at Smeaton, First at Clun.es. . Firsfc- at 'TTalbot, First, at Beaiifork First at Har 'dles Hill, First at Ballarat. First 'at 'Wnrraclcnabeal, and First at Ballaiv; ?maiclng the T sp...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

Government Railways. The notice published in the Btmbury Herald of the 5th inst. under the . above heading, to the effect that the 2 p.m. train to Boyanup would, on that day only, leave at 1 p.m., is hereby cancelled. JOHN DAVIES, General Traffic Manager. : G.T.M.'s Office, Perth, 6th October, 1892. ; BUN BURY - B O YANUP ?II AIL WAT. .NOTICE...-.'.- -'-, mHE-' H0K ? H. - W VENN'S JL ' Address to his. Constituents at Dardanrip, on Monday, 17th October^ 1892. : ; ,' ?' . ;? For the convenience of those attend ing the above a Train will leave ? Bunbuiy at 2 p.m. on this . day. returning from Dardannp at 5 p.m. JOHN DAVIES, . General Traffic Manager. G.T.M.'s Office, Perth, 6th October, 1892. - BU N B U R Y - B O Y* A N U P RAILWAY. N O T I C E. Sir John Forrest's address to his Con stituents and banquet in Bunbury on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER .19, 1892. On the above day. only a train will leave Boyanup at 12 NOON aud'Dardanup at 12.20 p.m. for Bunbury, to meet the convenience of those attend...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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DROWNED. AUCKLAND, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

DROWNED. Auckland, October 10. '' ' Yesterday Mrs. Goldsborough and four clul'dr-en -yere_ ' drowned in ' at teiapting to cross a creek.. .,...;.. ? ,

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SHOCKING DEPRAVITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

'SHOCKING DEPJRAVITY. . A case of shocking depravity came before the coroner in an inquest upon the body of an illegitimate child. The mother, aged 15, swore that the child was the result of a criminal as sault, and subsequently confessed that her step-father was the father.

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BURNED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

- BURNED TO DEATH. ? A man named Thomas Lawrence, charcoal burner, ' was;', accidentally burned to death yesterdav. .

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TWO-PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

TWO-PENNY POSTAGE. '-.: -The resumption of the two-penny postage has had the effect of bringing ; 'up the. revenue in excess of anticipa tions. The increase is largely due to fines inflicted upon letters under paid. ?

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BURGLARIES RIFE IN MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, October 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

?-. BURGLARIES RIFE IN MEL :.- :?? ,. BOURNE. Melbourne, October 11. , }? Several serious burglaries took ?--..place -in the city last. night.; . . ;

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POVERTY IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

POVERTY IN MELBOURNE: The London papers contain startv ling statements about the condition of Melbourne, asserting that the desti tution and dreadful poverty is fright ful to witness. ' . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

Bftinicipal Election. tury with credit to himself; bat I do not feel inclined to wiit another year to please, any clique. When the time came, no doubt there would be another Richmond in the field, in the shnpr of one of themselves.:-^: remain, Ladies and Gentlemen,' Your obedient Servant, Bunbury, D. A. HAY. ? Oct. u, 1892.-; ?? ??_-;- _:;?.... .:.-;----- X-EQ.uisrrroN to me, d. a. hay. ToD'. A. Hat, Esq.— 'r'; ; ^ We, the undcTsigiied^ ratepayers of Bun-k bury Municipality, respectfully solicit that you allow yourself to be placed in nomination as Mayor of this Town:' Having occupied the position for 3 years; on .a former occasion ?with credit to yourself and to the entire satis faction of the ratepayers, we feel sure, if electedjOnr interests will be- zealously guarded by you. - ' We remain, faithfully Yours, ; (Here follow 30 signatures.) ? [reply.] Gentlemen*,— ' Tn reply to the very flattering and influen tial requisition just received, I have decided to place myself in nominat...

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THE DUNDAS GOLD FIND [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

} THE DTJND AS GOLD . FIND ; ? ? . : Tb^e; particulars of .ijh.e reported -' Dundas gold find received from Al . bany state that two parties are doing. well.. . .... A report is also circulated that coal. ^aad- petroleum have been found be.-i tween Albany and Augusta. ;

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DESTRUCTION BY DYNAMITE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

DESTRUCTION BY DYNAMITE. Carnegie's mills at Hampstead, have been destroyed by dynamite, but fortunately, with no loss of life.

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CONSULAR APPOINTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

CONSULAR APPOINTMENT ?Mr' .Traylen has been appointed '. Consul in. W-.A. for Denmark..

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS: The postal authorities 'have declin ed to 'renew the contracts by San Francisco routed as the Postmaster General, maintains that the route vi& 'Albany,' is far preferable.

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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

Topics of the Week. A hequisitio', signed by 25 l'atepaj'ers, lias been presented to the Mayor, request ing him to call a public meeting to take into consideration the wants oi: the dis trict, with a view to bringing them under the notice- of Sir John Forrest on his ar rival in Bunbury. The promoters of the movement are, we understand, dissatisfied with the arrangements made by the rep resentative bodies with reference to the formation of the various deputations who arc appointed to interview the Premier, and consider that as the time of Sir John Forrest's stay here is so limited, the various subjects to be brought before his consideration could be more quickly and effectively dealt with by one deputation composed of gentlemen, one of whom at least being will be acquainted with each subject to be introduced. Other matters will probably be discussed at the meeting which is to take place to-morrow evening. V An interesting circumstance in. connection with the efforts of the Salvation ...

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE NEW FIND. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

THE NEW FIND. The Commissioner of Crown Lands lias sent a special survey party under surveyor. Brazier, to~ obtain accurate information concerning the country between Southern Cross and the new find. :

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