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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892
Shipping. i ?vjk AD ELAIDE (Under Contract with the West Austra lian Government for the Con veyance of Mails) Will despatch their Splendid Steamships as under : — ToBunbury Roads, Vasse Roads, and Quindalup. Flinders Wed. Dec. 28 4:30 p.m. No cargo' received after 2 p.m. on day of sailing. To Dongarra and Geraldton. ? Flinders Tuesday Dec 20 4:30 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. South Australian ^c^tli ll iun- From Melbourne and Adelaide, with transhipments from Sydney. Steamek _-Leaves Leavks Mklbouhne Adelaide Albany Dec. 13 Dec. 17 Bullarra Dec. 31 Jan. 5. ROBT. FORREST, Local Agent. ~v_ *k 'FT* U D D A R T *£fe|v JUL PARKER '**stgs£sggji&&3gjE-A.'ND CO.'S LINE. CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICES. From Melbourne and Adelaide. «,,„ ,,t,t, Leaves Leaves BTBAMBB MkLBOUUKE...
BATHING ACCOMMODATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892
BATHING ACCOMMODATION. ? ♦ ? It is with extreme satisfaction that wo learn the Municipal Council are unanimous in the opinion that an urgent necessity exists for the erec tion of a bathing house without un necessavv delay. Before entering upon the subject of ways .and means, they have veiy judiciously decided to invite tenders for plans of a suit able structure, such plans to be ac aceompanied with a specification and estimate of the cost :pf the work. Tjije council, and the mayor in particular, are anxious to receive andconsiderany suggestions that can be offered, with the object of facilitating a decision ''v being arrived at. We, therefore, venture to submit that an essentially practical feature in any. plan sub mitted is- — that the precise, locality and position of the proposed site of the building should be stated. In a matter of such importance to the . town, and with so large a number of builders and carpenters resident ? here, no difficulty ought to be ex perienced in origi...
TOPICS OF TEE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892
TOPICS OF TEE WEEK. On account of our tolpftr.-ims coming in late -p nre com jelled to i&me an extra slip thi* issue. *** .m. The notices of the auction sales of Sath mines Estate and Prosser's Estate which talce place on December 31st.? ap pear iu our supplement this issue. ; Tlie Eev. Hi chard Anderson, formerly for 20 years chaplain of the couviet es tablishnierit at Fremantle, died on Mon day, the 12th. inst. * * There will shortly be published a hand Hruide to the Land. Mining, and Mineral Laws of the colony by a gentleman resid ing iu Perth. '. '.' *** The p.*. Tenterden arrived from Fre mantle on Sunday evening. She landed 2 railway carriages and a few tons of ge neral merchandise. The s.s. 'Wondonroe took away from Bunbury on Thursday last 34 tons of tin valued at about £1,790, and 262 bales of wool valued at £2.:]58, besides timber and a few tons of potatoes — the latter for Fremantle. if «= A few more men came down by the s.s. Tenterden on Sunday last, under en gag...
MEETING AT GEEENBUSHES. GREENBUSHES, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 21 December 1892
MEETING AT GBEENBUSHES. Grskxbu.shep, Monday. ?'The' mee'tirigconveiiedatMr. Mort's store took place at the appointed time as specified in the notice given, at ^Half-past ' ', seven o'clock sharp on Saturday night last. So far it was a very successful and passable i one. Mr. M. Williams was voted to the' chair, and 'after explaining the bbject'foi' which: the meeting was convened, he asked for propositions ,to. ,be put forward. Mr. Thoresby 'proposed', '' 'that the Government be1 ^petitioned .-to appoint a Doctor and. a liesident Magistrate for the Black- \ wood district. The emoluments of I both office to be held by the same'; person; also, that the appointment j of Mr. Gibbons as -'Registrar, be con firmed, and that a petition be appoint- | ed to put these petitions into working | order.' This was seconded and car ried unanimously. The committee appointed were Messrs. M. Williams, ! Thoresby, arid Yfalken, and the peti- ; tion was taken all. over the field to day (Monday), ;and wi...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892
CORRESPONDENCE. [Wb are always -willing to give insertion to 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 our correspondents. Our ideas of passing events will bo found in our local and editorial columns.}
CRICKET. MELBOURNE, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892
CRICKET. [From Our Correspondent.] (By' Telegraph.) Melbourne,- This Day. The encket match between Vic toria arid New South Wales was commenced on Saturday last. N.S.W. went in first, and scored 197. Moses made 77 ; Callaway 61, not out. Victoria replied with 374. Bruce made 128; Trott 63. At the close of the play on Monday, N.S'.W. lost two wickets for 142 runs.
THE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. (To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892
THE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. (To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) Sir, — I see at the laBt meeting of the Progress Association a resolution was passed to the effect that ' the Mayor be written to with the object of co-ODeration for the nurnose of re i. XX moving the site of the cemetery.' No reason for this action or resolution was given, and I would certainly like to know what is wrong with the present cemetery. One gentleman is reported as having said that it was a disgrace to the town ; but in what respect ? My own opinion is that a better site could not possibly be found. It is dry ; it is handy to the town ; it it is securely fenced, and any drainage must, I imagine, fall into the sea ; and I may remark that this is the first occasion that I have heard any com plaints upon this subject. Another gentleman is reported as proposing a site somewhere on the Collie. What an absurdity. What a tax this would be upon the people of the town. I am beginning to think that this Associa tion ...