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

Amusements. TtArECRANICS1 -|'2sTSTITUTE, BOXING NIiJHT! ~-AN ENTERTAINMENT —' Will be given under the auspices of the Mutual Improvement Society. W. H. TIMPEttLEX, E*u R.M., - In. the Chair. Accompaxist : M;js. Mrrc:in:r.r.. COMPETITION. 'KQ '1 Will be given for the Best rKc ^o.J Song of tlie evening. .|_^-' Adjudicator, ... D«. Sajimos. Admission ? ^seatsia. 11. ? Bxsk Seats 6d. Proceeds towards the funds of the Mechanics' Institute Library. A SELECT DANCE Will take place immediately after the Concert. Tickets ... ... '.-.. 2a. p X C URSION THE COLLIE RIVER SPORTS , AND RACING. BOXING DAY! BOXING DAT! AN EXCURSION TRAIN Wil leave Bunbury for the Sports Ground ou the -2Gth instant, at .9:50 a.m., returning from the Races at 5:30 p.m-. g^Carringes provided for the con venience of ladies and children. T£: PARES OS CHARGES. ALL CARRIED FREE. GEO. TEBDE, Hon. Sec. piCTON RACE CLUB RACES. (To be run under W.A. Turf Club Rules) ON MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1893 STEWARDS— Messrs. F. E. StaiTord, ...

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TEE WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

ITHE WELLINGTON ROADS - I j. BOARD ELECTION. , ..' . i ' The election ©f ;_ four ' members for the Wellington; Eoads ^ Board -; was;, held in the Mechanics' Institute on Thursday. Mr. - Algernon Cliftpr, ' was tlie iHeturriiris- OSicer. ??? arid; at. the' - .cb'mnioncenieht ; of- the. proqeed iugslie.s.tated thatfthe member: elect- ed by the least number of votes would take the positibnahitlie' board held by Mr. 'Porster .John ston ,,_that gentle man having 'resigne'd 'hi^seat 'on;; ac-' gpunt,vpf , h aving altered-. -his - yi ews on1 the taxation question. Third, was considerable' interest taken in this election, and for some time before, the Candidates were*: out seeking.; tl^e; votes and interest of 'tlipsbttlers of the di4 trict,; and bringi ng.hpme proxies from parties : at «a, distance whp could riot;: leave their -wpiGcio come% iBuribury, ; The ;? Returning ?.. Officer., read, the , names ;of tie .candidates :- and called ?]. for 'a show of hands, which resulted ' iri;fa;y.or...

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PARLIAMENT. MONDAY. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

PARLIAMENT. [Br Elf.ctkic Telegraph.] MONDAY. Perth, Tuesday. In! the Legislative Council yes terday the Public Health Bill passed through committee. The Police Act was further con-. sidered, and the clause making the Chinese game of fan tan illegal, was struck out. Mr. Hacketfc moved that the clause prohibiting the advertising of sweeps be struck out, and a long discussion, followed, during which Massrs; Parker and Hackett collid ed. The. former said Mr. Hackett had neither Parliamentary man ners nor the manners of a gentle hinn, but both the hon. members eventually apologised for the words used in the heat of argument. The clause was passed. Mr. Hackett5 s amendment being negatived, all the principal clauses were passed. Progress was reported, and the House adjourned until today. In the Legislative Assembly yesterday, Mr. Sholl moved that Mr * Allison Smith's recommenda tions with reference to the re moval of the work-shops from Fremantle be carried out. A long discussion followed...

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LATEST CABLES. THE HOME RULE BILL. London, December 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

LATEST CABLES. [Prom ouit Corhespondbnx.1 THE HOME iUJLE BILL. * ? '.,- :; .-, London, December IS. Much curiosity is being- evinced in political circles concerning the details of the new. Home Rule Bill and great precaution^ are being taken by the Government to pre vent its unauthorised publication. A TABERNACLE SEIZED. London, December 18. Dr. Talmage's tabernacle at Brooklyn was seized for debt amounting to £40,000. THE MERCANTILE BANK FRAUDS. London, December 18. It is stated that a criminal prose cution against Davies and the other directors of the Mercantile Bank has been recommended by the Melbourne solicitors to the liqui dators. ADMIRAL FAIRFAX IN TROUBLE. London, December 18. The Court of Admiralty intend to proceed against Admiral Fairfax by a court-martial in connection with the lo.ss of H.M.s. Howe.

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GREENBUSHES NEWS. GREENBUSHES, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

GREUXBUSHES NEWS. ? « ? [FitpM Odr Coeuespondkxt.] Gref.xbusue.s, Friday. There is a notice posted up at the post-offico for a general meeting to take place at Mr. Mort's store on Saturday (to-morrow) night. Tho meeting is convened by Mr. M. Wil liams, and its object is to petition the Government for a doctor and resident magistrate for the Blackwood district, the appointments to be held by one person ; and also to urge the Govern ment that the Registrar reside on the field. There has been a somewhat, curious ; dispute going on for soine time back between Mr. (fco. Pilkington and Mr. W. Snntar for possession of the Spring Gully cottage. The facts ! apparently are these — Sun tar and a mate took up claims on the Spring Gully lease-hold, quite close to the cottage, and took possession of the cottage. Meantime, Pilkington pur chased the cottage and all the plant from the Spring Gully Co. But Sun tar refused to leave, and retained possession. I think he did this more for bounce than fro...

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TELEGRAMS. WEST AUSTRALIA. OUR NEW DREDGE. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

TELEGRAMS. WEST AUSTRALIA. OUR NEW DREDGE. '.-??.' .'? . Perth, Tuesday. The dredge Premier, specially ?built for-- this colony, left London for Fremantle on. the 8th instant, and is expected to arrive about the second week in January.

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OUR BRIDGETOWN LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

OUR BRIDGETOWN LETTER:* . V (Frosi Our Corre.-51'Qxdest.) There was great interest taken in the election of Roads Board members, and more than the usual number of votes were recorded. Messrs. T. Mtrir, W. Forrest, and J. Allnutt, J.P., were elected. On Friday the new board held a meeting and' unanimously elected Mr. Allnntt as Chairman. Applications were to be notified for a secretary and a supervisor, and ten ders were to be called for the four sections of the Blackwood main road from the 33 mile post to Deesido. The ladies of Bridgetown and. tho ?' ' district held a meeting on Thursday to Bottle up the late bazaar accounts, when the large sum of £73 10s 3d was handed over to the secretary and treasurer of the Blackwood church. The best thanks of all are tendered to those ladies, both in and out of tbo parish, who worked for the bazaar, and to its patrons who were so liberal ? in purchasing the goods exhibited..^ The examination of the school for the Christmas holidays was conducte...

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

Nesbit and Jergcr, Hay street, receive freali eousignineuts of jewellery and electroplate every mail.

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THE COLLIE COALFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

THE COLLIE COALFIELD. The Under-secretary for Railways and Works has recieved th-j follow ing, report, dated 1st December, from Mr. W. Pendleton, mining engineer . in charere of the boring party on the ..; Collie Coalfield:— Report : We are still borm? upon ? the same line as mentioned in the last report, viz., bearing K.S.E. At . 85.90 chains No.14 hole was put down to a depth of 40ft., and meet, ing nothing but sand aid clay instead of the expected crop coal, I aban doned it. After-wards proceeded to point 120'50 chains, where we get the following result: — ?'? Ftl In.;, u ...(r'-e -isli sMtid ...? ... ?;.? .7 (5 Yellow Conglomerate ... ... . 0: '--r Light sand and e'a\r ... :.; 12 0 ' Wl.ih.rlnv ..'. ... .... .3 0 L--htrod cliy' ... ..... ... .2 0 Thr\- rod clay ... ... ? 1 .0 ' .Lisfht. rod clay .... ... '... 2 9i OoncrlonipratP ... ... ... 0 2| Ligrht sand, clay and conglomerate 2 0 Yellow., ,.' „ ' ,. ... 3 0 Rod .. „' .,. ., ... fi 0 'Rod sandstone ... ...- ... 2 0 LiVnt .......

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BUNBURY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

ABUN3URY: PROGRESS ^ ASSbpIATIpK. v . , -T The monthly nieeting'bf the'Bufi bury Progress Association was held on .Monday evening in .the Mephanics' tnsfcitutel Pregent-^Me'ssfs. T/ Hav waid, tJ.P., (in the chair) J.: Forster Jolinstpn,..T.P., BaldpckjjPort, Prosser, Geo.'^H/.ij'warcl, M;lrsliali '?(]ibn;-se'c;)' and several otherTs'...' . . I ??The inifiutes'of 'last, meeting: w'efe'i read and c'onfirined.- -? ?'?'?? ' i The fifsfc-subject oil the notice paper, —''?Higher Education' '— WasUef erred' on account' of ;th.e absence of. Mr. W.. jLovegrove. ; .: :' ? Mr. Marshall, iii .speakin.gr of. ^tlie.: subject '- of town improvements, said 'he ncticed that the residents'- !df Al btmy were moving to obtain a grant of money, from the Government to erect a summer residence. foi\ the Go vernor in thai town, and also asking for a public pai*k. He (the speaker'), contended that- the town of Bun-bury had an equal right to be considered ; and if ; it is contemplated to build a summer resid...

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INDIGNATION MEETING. THE CONSTITUTION AMENDMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

INDIGNATION MEETING. ? « ? THE CONSTITUTION AMENDMENT ';:... BILL. When the news arrived in- Bnn buiy by telegraph last Wednosday that the -new Constitution Bill was thrown out in the Legislative Coun cil, it caused general indignation, and as it was understood ' that some hnrried action was intended to be taken in Perth with reference to the subject, a movement was set on foot to forward tlie views of the citizens of Bunbury re the action of the Coun cil: as quickly as possible. A requi sition was hurriedly got up and pre sented to the Mayor requesting him to call a public meeting that evening. The Mechanics' Institute, where meetings are . .usualh- held, \\ as en gaged by the Hardy Minstrel Troupe, and another room .had to be secured, and the bell-man sent round to call the meeting, but for some cause or other a mistake occurred as to the place of meeting, the bell-man calling out the school-room. Many persons went to the Catholic schoolroom in stead of 'the Boys Public School, wh...

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THE MIDLAND RAILWAY. MOTION BY SIR JOHN FORREST. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

THE MIDLAND BAILWAT. ? MOTION BY SIR JOBCE -...; . , FORREST., .. ...... PBt T ELBGRAl'H.] (From Our Correspondent.) Perth, This Dav. The following a.ve the principal resolutions arrived at. by the joint committee of both houses which was appointed to consider the Midland Railway proposals. Sir John Forrest moved That the Government shall guaran tee the payment of the principal and interest of £500,000, 4 per cent bonds to be created and issued by the Mid land Railway Co., for the purpose of providing money for the completion of its contract with the Government, the minimum price of the bonds to be fixed by the Government. That the Government shall be se cured against all liability tinder the said guarantee by a first charge on the railway and on everything apper taining thereto, including the lands on which it is constructed; also on 2,400,000 acres of. land. to be/selected by the Government, the whole to be free from encumbrances.. - ;??' That until the Government is re leased fro...

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

Nesbit and Jerger, Hay street, have speci ally made boxes for packing watches posted free of co^t. — A u vr.

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

TUESDAY. In the Legislative Council yester day tne Police Bill was finally pass ed through committee, after an un successful attempt had been made to insert the' objectionable lottery and sweep clauses in it. The Export Timber Branding Bill was further considered. Mr. Hackett presented the re port of the Select Commitiee,. which was against proceeding further with, the Bill. He moved that it be proceeded with that day six months. The Bill was accordingly thrown out. The House adjourned until to day; , ?'' In the Legislative Assembly yes terday the committee brought up their report on the Midland Rail way proposals, and it was ordered to be printed.

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A meeting of the Municipal Coun cil was held in the Mechanics' Insti tute on Friday evening hist. Present — the Mayor (W. Spencer, Esq., J.P.), and Crs. Banting, Max ted, Clark, Floyd, OHbbs and Moore, The meeting was convened for the purpose of making up the rute 'book. The acceptance of tenders and the consideration of the subject of a bathing place and other- matters, but owing to the time taken up in making up the rate book, the only other business was the acceptance of the following tenders. For the right to depasture stock on the Commonage — T. Hartnett, £27 Ik 5d, the usual sureties to be pro vided. For advertising Municipal notice0, etc, — S. J. Cusack, of The Buxhury Herald- £3. For the supply of kerosene, lamp glasses, and wicks — M. Hay and Son. Kerosene, 14s. 6d. per case ; lamp glasses, 12s. per dozen ; wicks, Is. 9d. per dozen. For removing night soil — W. lies, £120. Accepted conditionally on the Government accepting the tender of the council, a...

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(To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

{To the Editor of The Bunhury Herald.) Sir, — -I . .am extremely sorry that my letter of the '23rd ult., which ap peared- in your paper, viz., ' Claims v. Leases,' ' has raised the ire of the worthy correspondent at the tinfields, and caused him to publicly display such warm partisanship and sincere regard foi* Mr. Dunstan. Such dis plays of truly noble friendship are rare, and truly refreshing to behold. . As to Mr. Dunstan's new industry, his expenditure and the benefits aris ing from the same, they are business matters that 'do not concern me. I sincerely, trust that, he may have every success in the ve iture;'and in crease his sphere of operations. I would gladly enter into . anything that your correspondent will point out that will promise a return for an outlay. of capital-rrthat . is my . obiect in coming to the field 'to stay'; yet, so far, I have not seen any opening,, and / can 'see very little prospects of any thing until the field has been deve loped. Would the Greeiibus...

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(To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

(To thqEditonpfiThe.Bnnbiiry Herald.^. ?' ?: We;:were all -pleasedf .to;.-see ..tlie? Rev. A:- Buchianaii and Mr. Hay, up oiir \y,ay rthis week cm a, tourpf .? scEool. rexaminatjon..,, .??O.ur.i. schppl-, lias . .'.only iheen opened some ' &gliirmoi}fchs,'.d,jid from''' the n\amieiv the.Gliildren/ 'a'c-' quitted themselves^ w'e,finC:fchis. lo cality,- feel sure that Mrs. Hamilton, 'the Rchpj)^-mistre.ss,^.xles,ery.e$T:''the highest credit. Ou entering^ ilie school-room ^ ' ho^jloubfc th,e ?. m ember s- of the board were' 'astoh':' sh ed ' at '£He extent of thev preparations' jhade for the examination'.1 v':The 'fTclfolati'sAvere well and neatly dressed,' and' had be comihgj^eitp'ectah't^-ifaces^wlii'le the room was, tastefully decorated with [lowers, ''?' I liear'4lFaf;rtu''1e examina tion passed off well, and that the examiners '? Wtiie iKatftfiedrrrath. the result. Our school has ?? -a^roll of 17, three ' oj these, . beiiig 'in 'tlie ?. Seven tJa Standard^ ...?Aiter.T; ^th...

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BOYANUP-MINNINUP RAILWAY PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

BOTANUP-MINNINUP RAILWAY — ? Q ? _ [From Quit Correspondent.] : (By Telegraph.) ' Perth, Friday. The tenders for the Boyanup Minninup x*ailway were opened at noon to-day. The lowest tender wa& announced to be that of Messrs:' 'Byiield and Risely, £12,470. The line is eleven miles long, so that the average cost per mile will be about £1,13*5. Six 'tenders wore received.

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

- CORRESPONDENCE. [We are always willing to give insertion te letters of explanation or interest, but we wish to distinctly state that we do not ne cessarily endorse the opinions expressed, or the language used; by' oiir correspondents. : Our ideas of passing events will be found ' 'in our local and editorial columns.] .

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EPTRACT EROM A LETTER FROM G NARLBINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892

EPTRA0T EnOM A LETTER ??- FROM a NARLBCNZ. ? ?? ?'' ? ♦ ? Six days from the Cross saw us at G-'Narlbine, the nearest water to the field, about 110 miles from the Cross and 20 miles from Bayley's find. We passed through some splendidly-grassed country with plenty, of water about every twenty niiies in'lams an I soaks made by Hunt, the surveyor, 'nearly forty years ago. The watering places are all near big g'-anite rocks, and there is plenty of feed ail round them, From GWarlbine we went further east about forty-five miles, to the Slate Well, where we started the 'line; We ran from there to t)ie field, and found that Bayley's lieet wa.s. about a mile and. a hal : from the .? boundary of the Hampton Plains Syndi cate's' land. : about 37 miles from the ?Slate Well— pretty close cutting wasn't . it? The Warden has had no authority to register any claims or leases, as the . Government did not know whether the field was on jtrivate land or not. Mr. Brazier has wired down the position of Ba...

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