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A DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892

A DINNER. The members of the Bunbury Mu tual Improvement Association held their first dinner at tho Rose Hotel, on Monday last, The chair was occupied by Mr. Williams. Mr. Davis proposed the hrst toast, ' Success to the Bunbui'y Mutual Improvement Association,' and in the course of his remarks said — he felt it a great honor to be called upon to propose this toast. It gave him great pleasure to meet old associates who had treated him in a most hos pitable manner, which he would long remember with pleasure. Regarding the association he was firmly con vinced that it would be a power for good. He had not the pleasure of being with them on the occasion of their last meeting, but from reports, he had heard it was a success. He asked them to charge their glasses and drink success to the society. Mr. Richards, who responded on behalf of the society, expressed his regret that a better man had not been chosen to respond to the toast, but he would do his best. The field before them was large....

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. (Before W. H. Timperley, Esq,, E.M., and J. F. Johnston, Esq., J,P.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23. POLICE v. KELLY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. (Before W. H. Timperley, Esq,, E.M., and J. F. Johnston, Esq., J,P.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23. , Police v. Kelly. This was a charge against James Kelly, of the Working Men's Club, Collie, for 'having ..sold intoxicating liquor to Lewis Davis on the 17th of December without having a license. Messrs. Stanley and Lovegrove ap peared for the defendant, and Sergt. Connor prosecuted on behalf of the Crown. There was considerable pub lic interest in the case, and the court was fairly filled, principally by resi dents of the Collie camp. Lewis Davis, who, a few minutes before was brought up on a charge of drunken ness, after being sworn, stated : I am a blacksmith and left the Harvey (where I had been working) on the 16th Dec, and went to the Collie Camp, where I arrived on the 17th. I went to an eating-house kept by J. Biley. I had a horse, saddle, and bridle, which I sold to Itiley for £3 10s. I then went to Kelly's public house (Mr. Stanley objected to this evi dence....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892

,;. .; Shipping; '?;/ - ^ ?-;,. ;: : - '^tJK A ^ ^ L AJ D E ^'??^iMiiiBitfcv&gSffe* (Limited) .... ? ...... (Under. Con tract .with the WestAustra '.'/.'?'?'. ,'V lian Government for the Con '-*'?'''?' . ? . vej-ancc of Mails) ...-.? Will 'despatch their Splendid Steamships : ' ? asunder: — -. .?:. ? ?.' \ To Biinbury Eoads, Vasse Roads, and Quindalup. ''? ''Steamer '..Leaves .. .:Tl .'. ??'.- Albany Wed. Dec. 28 4:30 p.ni; ? '?'?' No cargo received after 2 p.m. ou day ? ?[-. of sailing: , ' :?: \ : To Dongarra and Geraldton. ?'?'?'?' 'Steamer Lsavus Tj - ????;??;; ?.-.??? -? -FhEMAXTLE, ? ? , */ . C' 'Albany- Thursday Jan -5 noon :?..., No. cargo can 'be received? after- 2 p.m . on -day of sailing. ? r To' Geraldton. 'Sharks Bay, Carnarvon '-.'; ;.- Roads, Ashburton Roads, Pearling - .'??? Grounds, Roebuck Bay, transhipping ???-?- at Roebuck Bay to s..s. Rob Roy for :vv\. Derby,' 'Wyndham, and Port Darwin. . A:;,; Anders ™$k ?;5p.m.;; '' To Albany, Adelaide, and Melbourne, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892

Notices. pERTH JJEQORATING £jO. barrack street/ PERTH. All descriptions of Plumber's Glazier's -Painter's and Decorator's .; Goods kq:-t in Stock, . The most complete assortment ever seen in the Colony. TVT OTIC E. T, THE ITNDEESrGXED, hereby give notice that T have dissolved partner ship with Joskpii Wit,sox. Tinsmith, of Bunbury, and will not be responsible for any debts contracted by'lmn. A. G. SMITH. , Bunbury, Oct. 13, 1S92. . 'TW' O T I ? 0 ? -E— THE UISTDEilSTGXED is prepared to receive and store goods consigned to. C&tmtr}* settlers ; and also clear same at Custom House when required and for ward by railway or team, as directed. F. J. TEEDE, ;?' ... Commissibn Agent. 1 EunBnry- Si^fe' 20; 18U2. 'TVTOTICE is hereby given that noper *?. -k^l son has authority to SELL -? SIL\TX Y V AL K CATTL E.' branded SO {conjoined), except the undersigned, or Mrs. S. M. Logne. my agent ; and that proceedings 'vvi 1 L be taken against any '1 . . persQit or persons iu whose possession...

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SUICIDE AT ROEBOURNE. RO[?]BOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 28 December 1892

BUIOIDE AT ROEBOURNE. [From oua Correspoxdhht.] [Bt Tblbgbaph.] Robbocrnb, Tueadar. A shocking case of suicide haa occurred here, A man named Spur- ling deliberately shot himself through the head with a revolver. He had been ailing from an internal complaint for the last year. He leaves a wile and family who are living a't Guildford.

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SHOOTING AFFRAY. SYDNEY, December 27 [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893

SHOOTING ? A-P1SR AY. . i ' '';' SrtiNrivrDi^cnfbi'r 27. . .. ; 'A man njiuied '. Covey, 'reaidi ng at Wnlgei.t, slio.t his wife early on . Ciir-iataijus morning, billing her in ,: Btantly.- Ho then .- wonnded his Ron, and afterwards blew out Ilia brains. The boy is recovering. The cause of the outrage ia sup posed to be iealousv.

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SPORTS AT VASSE. Vasse, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893

SPORTS AT TASSE, (From Ofr Cobbescoxpext.) Vassef Saturday. The sports organised by Mr. A. Moore came off on- 'Wednesday last, and drew together a large ntimber of people. SrfEFFiEXB Handicap,.. E. Donovan (.£3 life) ? ' ... 1 W. J. Harwood (£1) ? 2 H. Waldingliam (10s.) _ ? 3 Donovan and JTarwooel ran a dead heat in the filial, tlie rau off resulting as above. The Go-as-you-PIease fell t-IirQ-ngii for want of entries. Various other sports sneh as jumping. etc., wei*e got up on the ground amongst those pre sent', In the evening there was a good muster at the Weld Institute to witness the Tableaux Vivi&nts and , concert, in aid of the Wonnerup Chui-eh Organ Fund. There was a danee after the concert, and all passed oft' well, which reflects great credit upon the promoters. Tb.e amount realised was somotttiiag like 14 guineas. There was also a dance tke nest evening for the children, bat I liave not heard the amount realised. r*o doubt it amounted to several pound 8 altogether....

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THE LABELLING OF COLONIAL MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893

THE LABELLING OE CO LONIAL MEAT. ? ?- - ? . It is reported that . a National ? . - ? Agricultural Union is being formed in England, under -the; presidency pf the JEarl:of Winchelaea, to com '?; pel the labelling of colonial meat. ?'?' The colonial agents will cordially assist in this direction, as dealers continually buy splendid colonial : mutton at low prices, and sell it as South Down. .-..,-

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DEATH OF MR. AVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893

DEATH OF MR. AVERT. ? A gloom was spread over our town last week when news was received by telegraph that Mr. J. D. Avery was found dead in Mr. Woods' premises in Perth. It was only last week that Mr. Avery appeared at a dinner party in Bunbury in excellent health and spirits, and his sudden death created more than ordinary surprise, as the late deceased gentleman looked in splendid health when, he was here. We copy from The Daily News the particulars of his unfortunate end, as far as it had then become known: ' Mr. Avery went to the office of Mr. W. B. Wood, in Wellington street, about one o'clock on Thursday after noon last, and saying he wanted to lie down a little while he went into the cliaff room. Mr. Wood tried to. rouse him up before four o'clock, and, found him tying in the shed lifeless. The police were informed, and the body was removed to tho morgue at the Hospital, where a post mortem examination was made by direction of Mr. Cowan, P.M. An inquest was opened before Mr. ...

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THE I.O.G.T. PIC-NIC. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893

the i,o,g,t; mG*$i& Th© members of the Good TeniplaA^ Lodge, held their pic-nio in the; uaual P'a-e across the river on Monday last, the invited visitor of whom thexe wvvs a laxge number being eon* veyed to the. ground befoi-e. 10 o cloak, in boat? from Mr. 'WoodrowV jetty, Round games were at once oommeno. aA a-rsA lyoT\+. -ITII TWl'+.b ITl'fin.t 81111^ till noon, when all, sat down, to quite a sumptuous rapast, The spor-ts com mittee industriously canvassed a few dayg before, and p\--esent-9 of prizes ?\vere numerous, cpn,sisting of ptotui,^, Yaees, ladies handbags, etc A fail* proportion of these were set aside for. th.e younger children, and the games went on cheerily till the bell (an empty kerosene payv), vang- fnv supper-, which wa§ c]oT-e fuJl jus,tic!.e 1o4=^h.e exei'oise having given them all an, ap petite for the deliqaoifiK placed befor-p them.. After tea came the Tqg-p,f ?\V'artlie piece $erp$i$tanGe in Tyavu thafl. one pongu. pf the wovft, the ic-Vffis being v'...

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HARVEST PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893

HARVEST PROSPECTS. The-harvest is progressing sati.1 factorxl}', but unprecedentedly low .prices are expected. The. present quotations in England are the lowest on record, the yields in Armerica,- India, and. Australia- all 'being heavy.

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(To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893

(To tha J'j litbr of The Bimbury Herald.) Sib, — Kindly allow ine to correct a statement made b}' u Resident'' re the Upper Preston School Examina tion in your last week's issue, to the effect that the school had only been open eight months, and that, three of the children were in the Seventh Standard. No doubt the intention was good, but the writer has been misitifonnec1, as our school was opened on the llth. January, and the highest Standard examined was the Fourth. Thanking you in anticipa tion. Tours etc., M. J. Hamilton, Upper Preston, Teacher. : Jan. 2nd, 1893. . .

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THE STRIKE LEADERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893

THE STRIKE LEADERS. At Broken Hill touching al lusions were made in several of the churches on Sunday last to the distress occasioned by the misma nagement of .the labor leaders. The exodus of unemployed con tinues. . ? The town is iinusually full. A large number of Broken Hill peo ple aro continually arriving. The weather is magnificent.

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(To the Editor of The Banbury Herald) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893

(To. tho. Editor of The B anbury Hwahlj Sir, — Most persons will co.meitlo with the opinion of '.Argus'1 in. your contemporary of the 31st. ultimo, that the Progress Association is. not an institution that represents the opinion of the people. I am at a loss, there fore, to discover, what the ..writer aimed at in publishing so apparent a truism without at the same time in dicating the direction in which im-. provements might he effected. It has long been apparent that various causes have contributed to minimize, if not destroy, the influence for good that such an organization, judiciously conducted, is susceptible of effecting. * Not the least of these is the irrespon sible and irrepressible nature and method of publishing notices of mo tion on the most preposterous sub jects, rushing them through the meeting in the crudest forin, and harras8ing the Government with re solutions and representations, des patched to the Premier , and other ministers with but little super vision. There ...

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CRICKET. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893

CRICKET. Melbquihcb, Monday. In tho Cricket match South Australia v. Victoria. South Australia had first innings, and were, disposed of for 73, Victoria then went in and pvtt up a total of 180. In their second innings the. South Australians have scored 290 runs for six wickets. The game is proceeding.

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893

THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ? »- ? . A meeting of the above conncil wok hold in -the Mechanics' Hall, on Mori day last. . ' ' -Prepent— * tho Mayor (W. Spencer), aDd &?». Moore, Clarke, ami Bunting. Accounts. The following accounts were passed for payment:— M.Hay«mlSon ... : ... 5 17- 9 w. Ik'? ,.,- ,., ''.,. %.. 10 u 2 Ii. Hh.ii ... ... ... ,., 8 10 0 It whs . resnlveU that' notice, be nerved on the Inspector of- Kuisauces (R. Hall), that his services will not be required after this date. The Mayov Npoko of the matter of repairs to fences as ordered by the council some time past, and suggested that the ijvdei1 of the; council should btr carried out-, The aieetuig then adjourned, (: Th-- eonduofcow of the J)a.ity Telegraph Jmvg he«« wflrnod th'lt if th«y continue \q iiiKilt thope taking part in tho nieot 'ingp af the uneinployfcl at Towns Hill, i]\o luster v«iH forcibly rea^tit the conu watt of t»t»p«,]w, ri1i(? 8t: -Atma (*-*?-- aUti\\i\i \-pe\i tj'i'dttfd to jiijnilijii1 tUni'i...

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THE QUINDALUP RACES. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893

THfi QtrilSfSxiLifP llACES, ' [F«0M OUIi CtiRRIijgi'OJJDliS'f.] VaSSB,- Qatui'day The Qnindftlup llaces, \vhichfcame off last week Was a Success so far Rg entries for ihe.varioua events went, There was also some Very good run ning, and several, very close finishes. The number. of persons on the course was not so large as last year*, still there was a fair attendance, Thca'0 were no lags than two I'flfrvtfhnieni stalls, besides mine host of the Vasae Hotel's booth, and all seemed to be doing a good trade. A fair quantity of vehicles were on the eonrso. Mr, F, Vine drdve afotirritt-handttKefirst that has ever been driven to the Qitindalnp course. The new stand erected foi* the stewards, is a great impvovemont to the cont-se, and proved a treat to those who were al lowed up, enabling them to gei a splendid view of all the horses. From start to finish the track was in very fair running order, and all passed off well. . After your repairer left tho course I learn that a donkey race was g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893

Special Notices* XT O T I 0 I. BtJNBtJRT MUNICIPALITY. LIUKSSES FOR 1893. OWNERS of CARTS and OARRI AGES, DOGS, COWS, & SHKRP fere rnmnried that applications for LICENSES must be made to tho TOWN CLERK before the -aid of ih-c present month/ after which pro feedings vrfU bt» tRkeu against default era. w:tf. spencer, Mayor. Btuta?, Jan, S- 1892. WELLINGTON' ROADS BOARD. lOt. \r. J. READING-, of Binning^ Usam Htviw*e, Bm»lmry, has been ap .gwi&jted Smvfcary of 'the 'Wellington IWds Board, vice Sir. Oeo. R. Teede, All Persons requiring OART LICENSES for 1893 should apply to thp. Secretary during the ctirrbnt tcumrti, nfter 'which owners of unli censed vdbieJes wall be liable to a penalty- ? . ?' ' ' J0H2T TRIG WELL,- ? , CSsaivtoMWn WdUiaigtoii Roads Board, ; BUXJ3UKY, Sko, January, 1893. To Tf . Spxscer, I£sq,, J,P, (Mayor.) 'TXTJB, the uailersigised. ratepayers Tf of Bnnburr, request that you v ill Ins good enough to call a Meeting at an early date to consider the Ques...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893

£ — - ? ~-~ ' — „_____ George .Lawrence, BUILDER, CONTRACTOR '{'., . , And UNDERTAKER '-,; . — PRINSEP STREET — ^ :::v. ? — ,? ?? S All. Orders Promptly Attended to. 1 ? A-LEXAND.ER.T747-RIGHT, - '?? ? - BUILDER & CABINETMAKER, STIRLING STREET, ^ ?''?' '?'' BUNBTJRY. - B3 , .; Has a large Stock of Household - -. ? *!' '.'.,. ?. ?'- .-v . Furniture, . '.. - ' ' Kitchen Tables from 22s, ?'.- . .-.: . ?„ ^ Dressing Tables from 15s', ' ' ' -£j h '??. 1 Washstands from 17s, - ' - - - - Chests of Drawers from 55s, . , ;v- - ; -Meat Safes from 25s, ; - - »._ .... .;: - Sofa Couches from 45s, i-:-;I -..:.:'' Cabinets from 50s, — '-- ' __ _ . | i ?...',... - . ? .-',.'-, . . ' ' ', ' 'Vaolin and. Banjo strings in stock. ^:;.y;Vr;;-^AiSp^IN'JSTt)CE:H': ?-- .... Wardrobes, Sideboards, Gipsy Tables, '^ Pool and Curtain' rings, American ?Chairs, Glass and Putty, and *. Ironmongery in great variety. ' ALL ORDERS FROM tile COUNTRY ' ; - ;? ' ,- PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO ' '-. V ' ?' ? ?? .. - 0...

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A DISAPPEARANCE. SYDNEY, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893

A BISAJeTEAllANCE. ' ' '''*' Svoxkv, PpecniLer 27. -' '\ At tlic' Bank of, Australasia a } r jaysterious disappearance of a con ., :.Biderable number ..of? -bank notes, from the exchangb brancU.has oc?-. curred. An investigation is- about ? to be made. ? ' ' ?''.'??'.

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