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CANNING RACES. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] (By Telegraph.) CANNING, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892
CANNING RACES. ? 4 ? . [Fkom Oun Correspondent.] (By Telegraph.) Canning, This Day. The Canning Races were run on Monday, and proved highly success ful. The following are the results r — Hurdle Race: Oberon ... ... ... 1 Tarrata ... ... ... 2 Incident... ... ... 3 Maiden Plate. Lady May ... ... 1 ' Spy ... ?.? .;.-??.;.:- 2 W. The Earl ... ... 3 Pony Race. Tremolous ... ... 1 Dolly ... ... ... 2, Urt'l'la ;.. ... ... ,3 ' Maddington Stakes.. . '.. Victory ... ... ... i Alphington ... ... 2 Bluewing ... ... 3 Canning Cup. Durable ... ... ..;.. 1 Skylight ? '...'? 2 Bachelor ... ... 3 FARewELL Handicap. ; Danbydale ....-?.. 1 Miss Boolka ... ' ... 2 Mentor ... ... ... 3 Towton's Tristan in running in -the Farewell Handicap broke his fetlook, and had to be shot.
(To fill Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892
(To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) Sir, — A? hen is the council to bastir itself in tjhe matter of giving the rate payers means of access to Elliot s Point. The question has ^arisen whether they had any right to dig a cutting into the lagoon through land over which they had no control, 1, as a ratepayer, will thank them to provide a plank, so that ladies will not be obliged to partly undress themselves before they get across. Setting aside tho friction that exists in the council on this paltry little work, I think it would be a graceful act on the part of our respected mayor if he had the work done. Ratepateb.
QUINDALUP RACES. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) (By Telegraph.) QUINDALUP, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892
QUINDALUP RACES. (From Our Correspondent.) (By Telegraph.) Quindalup, This Day. The Quindalup Races were run yesterday, and passed off successfully. Orphan won the treble without his jockey ever having to use the whip. The following are the results : — Maiden Plate. Mentor ... ... ... 1 Sultan ? ... 2 Ladies' Purse. Orphan ... ... ... 1 Dreadnought ... ... 2 Galloway Handicap. Belle ... ... ... 1 Jack the Ripper .... . 2 (Second Heat.) Belle ? ... 1 Mayflower ... ... 2 Jarraii Stakes. Orphan ... ... ... 1 Dagmar ... ... , ... 2 Loco ... .... ... 3 Hacks. Pluto ? 1 Sulphur ... ... ... 2 Flying Stakes. Orphan ... ... ... . 1 Dagmar ... ... ..-.2 (Second Heat.) Orphan ... ... ... 1 Padlock ? ... 2 Hurry Scurry. Spirit ... ... ... 1 The totalizator did , not pay any very high dividends.
VASSE NEWS. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892
VASSE NEWS. [Pkom our Correspondent.] Vasse, Saturday. The school examinations are all over except the Lower Quindalup ; School, which will not take place until after the holidays. Several special prizes were given this year., one by Mr. Lockhart, and the other by Mrs. Gale. At present I have not learnt -who has been the successiui ones, hut hope to be able to do bo bo fore my next. Sickness in the shape of severe colds is very prevalent just now. This is no doubt caused by the very changeable weather we are experienc ing — a few days dreadfufully hot, and then a few days cloudy, and slight showers of rain. Joe Payne, a half-caste, was sen- . tenced to 14 days' imprisonment this week for being drunk and resisting the police. Mr. Longbottom, of the Lower Blackwood, was thrown from a young horse the other week. His head struck against a post, and stunned ? him. He also received a nasty cut on the head, which bled a good deal. Fortunately, assistance was close at hand, and the wound so...
SPORTING. COLLIE RIVER RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892
SPORTING. ? * ? COLLIE RIVER RACES. ? $ ? Last Monday witnessed probably the largest concourse of people that ever visited the Collie. Messrs. Neil McNeil & Co. kindly lent their engine and trucks to convey visitors from Bun bury free, to the course, and every seat, both in the carriages, and on the trucks, was filled, the ladies and children having the carriage accom modation. All told there must have been fully 400 passengers. At a few minutes after 10 a.m., the train start ed, some of the passengers contribut ing songs on the journey. When the racecourse was reached, and the pas sengers landed, preparations were im mediately commenced for the sports, Mr. Flood, 'who had purchased the right to sell refreshments on the ground, and who was awaiting the de livery of his supplies by the train, set to work opening cases of beer, and other milder refreshments, which were in great demand all day, and he must be fully satisfied with the pat ronage he received ; and it is to the cr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892
NOTICE. A LL Accounts owing to the under signed must be paid prioi' to the 12th. of January, 1S93. ? - m:hay&son. ; 28th. Dec, 1892. . .. . . \ . ' Bunburv. JTJVM M BBS O N, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, STEPHEN ST ? BUNBURY. .(Established 1883.) ? Sulphate of Ammonia in cwt. casks/ Genuine Horse & Cattle Medicines, Genuine Patent MedicineR. Stock Notice. STOCK-JCTOTICE. Has been running with my Cows, and is now in- my paddock, one light red and white STEER, about 8 years old, branded something ? ' like 'WC conjoined on off hip, and 7 on off ribs. If not claimed in time allowed will bo sold to pay expenses. J. 0. HITCITELL, Blaekrock. North Harvey, Dec. 16, 1892. . . For Sale. FOR SALE.— One dark bay etallion ' Clyde,' aged, by Baron' of Glyde (imp.) dam Violet bred by T. 3i. Delaporte. Guaranteed staunch. For particulars as to price, etc., apply to D. L. SINCLAIR, care of T. Hayward, Bunbury. Amusements. CA P E L -JT- ACES. At a Meeting held at the Capel'Inn on the 10th ins...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892
George Lawrence, ;????:??-/ BUILDEK. ?:,V' : ', ???.'' coxTKAOTpii . ... : .'?.. ?!':; Axp UNDERTAKER ..?'.- 'y,.y. — PRINSEP. STREET^; ''., '.[ .J:;:B.ti jsrijs txjel -y.;',. .. All Orders .Promptly:- Attended' to'. V'. VLBXANMRT^iaH^; .BUILDER & CABEN'ETJVlAIvER- : ?.. -: a STIKLEN^ STREET, : : '' Has a large Stock of liouscljpicl Furnitm'e, ''' ; Kitchen Tables from 22s]. ' * . Dressing Tables f rbm 15s, ? ? Wjishst;inds from 17s, .. .-_.- ;. ;'. , 'Chests of Drawers.fiiom J55s, . ; ;;1 ;?:.'?.. ; Meat Safes from 25s, ; ; ?; . .'; ? Sofa Couches from 45s,: ; ; ?? ? Cabinets from 50s, ''.? ?? Violin and Banjo strings in stock. l:~«- J&SO IN STOCK-: Wardrobes, Sideboards, Gipsy Tables, Pool and Curtain rings, American Chairs, Glass and Putty, and ... ? .a , Irftnm'4}jgijrj;.. in. great . variety, i ; ALL ORDERS FUOMmiE CJ3UNTkY PROMPTLY ATTENDEft-TQ . . . ?????? te ? ??- -????:-?'?'. -. vacs...,- s It ?.::-.i pq -- a s -3 ts^n .. H ° * §^ = ? I ' i C. J. II ^^~' STO...
TOPICS OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892
TOPICS Ob1 TEE WEEK. Monday next being a holiday, our next week's issue will not appear till Thurs day. # # An account of Mr. .T. Boddington and party's trip from Bridgetown to Southern Cross will appear next issue. * # Applications for the office of secretary to the Wellington Iioads Board must bo in on or before Saturday next. *** The passengers by train to the Collie Races last Monday expressed their satis faction at the easy motion of the train on the new lino — Perth-Bunbury railway from the junction. *** From Mr. Pendleton'8 latest repor't dated the loth, inat., it will be seen that in No. 16 bore, which is at present being operated on, another seam of coal 8ft. 6in. has been passed through. *** Mr. Henry ,taporn has been appointed and entered jipon his duties as Bailiff of the Court. -The office was resigned by Mr. James Moore, who held the appoint ment for a number of years. Mr. H, Caporn'a appointment appears to be generally approved. ?v It will be seen that Mr. P, Gibbon, ...
THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 28, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892
THE BUWBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 38, 1892. A matter in connection with the Commissioner of Lands interpreta tion of the clauses of the Land Regulations applicable to Special Occupation Leases lias been the subject of much discussion amongst the agricultural community here of late, and has caused considerable astonishment. At a time when the Government is making strenu ous efforts; — as some think too strenuous — to extend settlement, and increase production, it does appear extraordinary that ap parently gratuitious, and certainly objectionable and unnecessaiy ob stacles should be placed in the way of bona fide Land Settlement. Such, however is, and must be, the effect of the enforcement of tho construction of the -Land Regula tions if carried out in accordance with, the ruling and reading of the Commissioner of Lands. It wonld appear that one of our largest ag riculturists,, and a most esti mable and energetic gentleman, whose bona fides are above sus picion, some time ago took u...
BOYS' SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892
BOYS' SCHOOL. The annual examination of the' pupils at the. Boys' Government School was held on Friday morning, and the distribution of prizes took place the same afternoon, when there were pre sent the Revs. Brady, Buchanan, Mitchell, and With era, and Messrs. Hay, Forster-Johnston and Clarke, and several ladies. The room was tastefully decorated with Christmas greetings. The Chairman of the District School Board (Mr. W. Spencer) was unavoidably absent, being engaged in conducting the pupil teacher's examination. . Mr. Woodrow, in opening the pro ceedings, expressed the pleasure of the board at seeing the attendance of the parents of the children to witness the distribution of prizes. Mr. Paisley said he took charge of the Bunbury Boys' School on Feb. 2, 1881, so that practically this was his twelfth year of work here. It might interest some of those present to know that in 1S81 the average weekly at tendance was 46, and this year it was 66, being an increase of 20. During his 12 y...
PUBLIC SCHOOLS EXAMINATIONS. GIRLS' SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892
PUBLIC SCHOOLS EXAMINA TIONS. GIRLS' SCHOOL. On Thursday last the prizes w ere distributed at the Girls' school. There were present several parents of the children and members of the District School Board. The Rev. A. Buchanan expressed his pleasure at the progress made by the children during the year, more especially as the school accommoda tion was altogether inadequate. He had watched the progress made by the scholars from time to time, which was very satisfactority and creditable to the efforts of Miss Mews and her assistants,. ? Miss Mews was, very deservedly, held in highest esteem for the manner she conducted the school since she took charge 6 years ago. The prizes were' distributed to the pleased recipients by Mrs. D. A. Hay as follows ::— ' . Advanced Standard.-; : Maud Hislop ?.'.. ... ... 1 Caroline Flood - .... v..;-...; 2 Standard VII. . . t Viol et Lawrence ... ...'..'.!' liebecca Blythe ...... ... 2 Standard VI. . . ? _ ..,-.. . . Emma Piggbtt ... ... ... 1 Ellen Smit...
THE MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892
THE MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETTS CONGEBT. The second entertainment by the new company formed under the aus gices of the Mutual Improvement jciety, was held on Monday, the 26th inst.,in £he Mechanics' Institute, and was even' a greater success than their first effort, which is undoubtedly attributable' to the valuable aid given by the ladies. This was at once ap parent when the company opened with ' Glory be to God in the highest,' thevoicesblending most harmoniously together, and the excellent time kept ^fl by the singers, under the direction of Mr. Richards, was highly creditable. The chair was occupied by W. H. Timperley, Esq., R.M. He 6aid he ?was asked to take the chair on this occasion, and it afforded him very great pleasure to do so. The mem bers of the new society deserve the greatest praise for their efforts to af ford an evening's entertainment, and also for the assistance given to the com mittee of the Mechanics' Institute by adding to its funds by this night's entertainme...
GREENBUSHES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892
OREENBUSEES,. Our news from tho Greenbushes tinfields is of a very encouraging na ture. The prospects of the perma nency of the mines are much improved' by the recent rich finds of tin in seve ral of the claims which have been workinj? for some time, as well as in new directions. Most of those miners who, when the news arrived of tho rich gold discovery at G-'Narlbinc, were half inclined to abandon tho tin fields and try their luck at tho north, have now more settled notions of re maining where they are. Experience has shown that the country around Greenbushes only wants prospecting to prove the. existence of very valu able .tin mines, and this, we undor stand, is the intention of several miners when the holidays are over. Stuff turning out 31bs. to the dish has been discovered lately near Hart's store in Sinclair and Co.'s claim, which has paid well for some timo. The fact that this claim is down sixteen feet gives greater confidence in the permanency, of the field, as the old work...
TEE COLLIE COALFIELD. THE BORING OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892
TEE COLLIE COALFIELD. ? 4 ? THE BORING OPERATIONS. The Under-secretary for Railway and Works has received the following report dated Collie Coalfield, Decem ber 15th., from Mr. W. B. Pendleton, mining engineer in charge of the bor ing operations: — I have the honour to lay this, my 20th. fortnightly re port before you. The following re cord is of the continuation of No. 16 bore: — Brought forward ... ... 66.6 Brown clay ... ... ... 2'6 White clay ? 20 White sandstone ... ... 5*Q Grey sandstone ... ... 3*0' Bed and white sandstono ... 4*0 Yellow sandstone — clayey ... 3'0 Lightyellow sandstone — clayey 2'O Yellow sandstono ... ... 4'O; White sandstone ... ... 2tf-:; Black shale ? ... T3 White sandstone ? l-4 Black smut ... ? 5 Black smut &particles of coal 1*6 Coal ? '. 1-6 Coal ? ... 6-8 Fireclay ... ... ... 2'4 White sandstone ... ... 9'3 Black sliala ... ... ... '9 Coal, dull ,..' ... ... -7£ Black shale ... ...' ... '4s Smut ? ... ... -Ofc Black shale ... ... ... 1'4 Smut...
G'NARLBINE. ALMOST DESERTED. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892
G'NARLBINE. ALMOST DESERTED. [By Tblbobaph.] (From Oar Correspondent.) Fertu, This Dav. News from Southern Cross- states several miners returned from G'NarU bine on Friday, with the news that the water supply on the field had failed. Since then, large numbers have been coming in, and over four hundred have arrived, at the Cross. Bayley's find is practically deserted and will be so until the Government provides a water supply. Raeside has also arrived at the Cross after an unsuccessful attempt to get water. Many miners state that they left good claims owing to. the failure of the water supply.
DYNAMITE OUTRAGE. LONDON, December 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892
DYNAMITE OUTRAGE. London, December 28. The detective office at Dublin has been destroyed by dynamite, causing immense damage to the buildings. One detective was blown to pieces, and great excite ment exists in Dublin ; but no clue has yet been obtained as to the perpetrators. The detective office abutts on to the Castle, and adjoins the office of the Under-Socretary for Ireland. The Opposition Press warns the Government that the explosion is the result of the policy of conces sion.