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NEW SOUTH WALES UPSET IN A SQUALL. SYDNEY, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893
-NEW. SOUTH-.; WilifiB ;: ' -UPSET IN A SQUALL. ' ;.'/':''. StdsbV, December J27. !??-.?'? .-Tosterclay ? .a pic-nib .party, of ?..-;- Sunday- school oltitdreu. were 01^ board a half-decker, tlie Iolantlie, in the harbor, 'when the boat upset; -- ? in 'a aqxiall, and ? seven 'diildren ;-,K;r .- wen drowned. The bodie's of two ?_.'*' 'were ' recoA'ered, and* seven, were *' . &$*#& hv a'passijig-8teajnei''.
SECOND DAY.—MONDAY, JANUARY 2, PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893
SECOND DAY.— MONDAY, JASUABY 2, PebtHj, Tuesday. Ye^terctay was beautifully eool, and altogether the weather was very pleasant for the second- day's racing. There was a large attendance; The following are the results : Mbtsopolttax HtTHtHrBs. — Of 70 &ors. Two miles one furlong. Mr. Demnxter's Oneron (Wat Gib) 1 Mr. Clerk's Secretary (12*t) ... 2 Mr. Parker's Crowji (9st 81b) .,. 3 'Railway Stakes. — Of 175 sovs, Ijmiles. Mr. Locke's Lotfcttfiiie (7«t 41b) 1 Messrs. Gnll Bros? Hero (7st filb) 2 Mr. Darlot's Will-o'-lIie-Wisp ' ' ? (8sE'71b- ? 3 Durable started first favorite at 2 to 1 on, but Lockeville came away and won after a good race. Alt. Aged Stakes. — Of 50 sovs. For Two-year-olds and upwards. Weight for age* Mr. Towton 's Searpia ? ... 1 ( Mr. Musson's Danbydale ... ... 2 Mr. Darlot's Somnolence ? 3 City Purse. — Of 50 sovs. Selling Bace. seven furlongs. «.; Tremolo (£30) ? ... ..., ? 1 Oberon (£30) ? „ ... 2 Hero lit. (£20) ..'. ... ../... 3 W.A. Dehbt. — Of 75 SOV...
THIRD DAY.—WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4. PERTH, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893
THIED DAY.— WEDNESDAY. JANUAUY4. Perth, This Afternoon. The following are the results of to day's racingr : Secoxd Hurt-le 'Race. — Of 60sovs. About 1 mile 6 furlongs. Mr. Davlot's Hampton (O'Connor) 1 Mr. Clerk's Secretary (Walker) 2 Mestrs G-uil Bros' Hero (Pullea) 3 Secretary led all the way. and was only caught on the post by Hampton. Totalizator Hanthcaf^ — Of qOsovs..; Six furlongs. Mr .Darlot's Somnolence (Banvard) 1 Mr. Locke's Miss Boolka (Pagg) 2 Mr- Towton's Searpia (Corbett) 3 Won by a length. Time. lmin. I8sec. Disposal Stakes— Of 50 sovs. Weight for age, six turlongs, Mr. Dempster's Tremolo -.I Messrs. Gull Bros. Hero ... 2 Mr. Towton's Brighton ? '3 Tremolo won easily by a length-anct-a half. Time — 1 min. 21secs. Queer's Pr.ATE.— OB lOOsovs. Weiglit for age ; three miles. Mr. A. Forrest's The Crash (5yrs) 1 Mr. Towton's Durable (3yrs.) ... 2 Mr. Began's The Magistrate (lyrs) 3 The Crash 1 ed all th e way and was never caught, winning by three lengths. Farewell Handic...
SPORTING PICTON RACE CLUBS NEW YEAR MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893
SPORTINa, PiOTOtf ftACfi eLUB^ SfBW TEAR MEETING, f he Pictoii Rade Club held theii' ISTew Year meeting oti Monday' last,. Jan, 2, fm the course at Plcton, when' everything passed off Very pleasantly', 1'iie . whole programme' was get through without a. hitch, otily one protest being entered, the owner of the third horse, Merry Boy, entering a protest against- iae rim two, -Bar Oiie and Lucy, in the Pony Race, the objection being that they were Over, height. 1?k(j stewards agreed to measure the ponies later on. ; The day wan exceptionally cool for the binae of the year, and the few showers of rain that fell in the morn ing and the day before kept clown the dttst although there was a strong breeze, blowing all day. The spot selected by the stewards for. the judge's box 'and weighing room is a good one and affords a good view, of the course from the Gurve right along the straight and up to the winning-post. Immediately behind the course the grounds are dotted over with green trees, wh...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ? : ? * ? . Adklaidk, December 27. - - . . No proceedings liave a£ yet been taken against Mr. C. C Kingston :, Ly the Government. The Attor ?? uey General and Crown Solicitor had a long interview on Saturday morning. Much, general aiause mont is caused by the hesitancy 'of the authorities in contrast to the promptitude characterising by proceedings where common people are concerned.
W.A.T.C. NEW YEAR MEETING. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (From Our Correspondent.) FIRST DAY.—SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31. PERTH, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893
W.A.T.C. NEW YEAR MEETING. [By Telegraph.] (From Our Correspondent.) FIEST DAY.— SATUEDAY, DECEMBER 31. Perth. Saturdav. The W.A. Turf Club's Summer meeting commenced to-day. The Perth Cup was won by the favorite. Scai'pia, whose owner, Mr. Or, A, Towton, a,lso won the Nursery Stakes, Maiden Plate, and Ladies' Purse with European, Tna and Durable raspeo tivelj'. Mr. Locke took the remain ing l'ace — the Flving Stakes — with Skylight. His Excellency, Sir Win. Robinson, arrived on the course shortly before three o'clock, attended by Li eu tenant and Mrs. Robinson a.nd Capt. Stuart. The Vice-regal pax-ty stayed till the last race. The following are the results : Maiden Plate,— Of SOaovs, Weight for age. One mile. Mr. Towton's Ina (7st 111b) ... 1 Mr. Darlot's victory (8st 91b) ,,, 2 Mr, Clarke's Prince Charlie (9st) 3 Tho Earl, Skylight, Coqlya., , Treino Ianclo, and Mentor also mil a'ud finished in the order named. Ensign ^ Miss Boolka were scratched. Time, lmin, 50i»eo. JSttRSBRY Sta...
THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 4, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893
THE BUNBURY' HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JA2T. I, 1893. Thb recent Government School Ex aminations elicited warm encomiums from the members of the Educa tion Board and visitoi'3, at the satisfactory progress made, and creditable results attained in the Boya' and Girls' Government Schools during the past year. Evidence is hot wanting1 that greater attention is being paid and greater interest being taken in. the subject of school work in most quarters- Our present Education Act has worked well in many re spects for the last 20- years, but there is a growing impression that it is behind the times in not having been amended with the march, of educational progress in England and the sister colonies, and notably is this the ease with the retention of the antiquated method of payment by ' Results,' a system that has long since given place to the more modern, en lightened, and equitable plan of payment by the percentage of the classes, or -irclass results' as against individual pisses. The benefits ...
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. Mr. 'W.J. Reading lias heen appointed secretary to the Wellington. Roads Board at a salary of £12 per auuuiu. '., *** ?' ?. The, premises lately vacated hy Mr. Dean, chemist, adjoining the,. Union Bank.. are. about to be opened, by Mrs. Schoneld. a.s a stationer's shop. Our Perth correspondent, wires on Tuesday that— Mr. Tioby Woods, a pro minent merchant of Perth and Fremantle, was seized with a paralytic fit yesterday, and the whole of one side of his frame is completely paralysed. Ho lies, in a very precarious condition. ? ?? *** The. Hon. H. W. Venn, Commissioner of Public Works, came to Bunbury by tlie s.s. Albany last Thursday morning. His carriage was awaiting, him, and he was immediately driven to his residence at Dardanup. returning next day to take his departure by same steamer on her re turn to Premantle, *** ' . As will be seen from our advertising columns, the annual meeting of the Bun bury Progress Association will be held in the Mechanics' Institut...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893
CORRESPONDENCE. [We aro nTvra.Ts willing to giw inni-rfcum to letter*) oi osplatiufciori or intarMtt, but. wo wish to distinctly utate that wo do not no eessiirily endorwj tin? opinions expr-«tfOfl, or tho language used, by our corroMpoudeutB-. Our ideas of pasains; ovijnts will ha found ' in our local and editorial columns.]
BOXING, PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893
BOXING, Perth, Tuesday, The boxing match between Frank Murphy and Luke Williams eawe off last night, when the hall Tvas orovydod with a large and influential attend' anoe. including Messrs. Monger- and MalloyjM's.L.A, and many other pro minent citizens. Jaclc Reany aete^ a 1 ?» jr /*H ? i 1 ? V ? J. * ? as reteree, ana w, omwusn as (.ibb. keeper, Bound 1,-^-Tlie first ronn.fl showed that both men were in earnest', the fighting being hard and clopo, WiK lianjs got in some severe body blows, and Murphy replied with some hard, blows on the face &nd nec.k. Both ra.cn were somewhat exhausted at the ca.il of time. Itou^D 2.— -This w«nE! a nar-d bout, and Rome good blows -were given by both men, ' William a. got . fir§t hloqd with a good punch on Mux^phy's BjQpno 3 (and laFt)r— Was, again close warlv, / Muv-phy- showing to, nip.et advantage, He 'got one hpme. with His f'igii^ aiid fdliow'ed it up with another in' the ^airie place* whidli knotiked his opponent out, a-iiiid^t greRt o...
WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893
WELLINGTON ROADS WARD. , ? v ...ry...i ? 1 A llleetiflg: of the 'Vfellington Roads Board was held at the Mechanics' Institute on '?Saturday lasti. Present — Messrs. Clifton (in the chair)., Baldock, J; Fv Johnston, J.Pi; Mftguire, Reading,' W. Spencer, J.P., and Trig^ell. ?Tohn Ti'igwell be chairman of the board for the ensuing year.- He had been a member of the board for a number of , years, mid was entitled to the honor of the office. Mr. J. Reading seconded the pro position, and there, being, no other candidate proposed, Miv Ji Trigwell took his setit as chairman. He thanked the- members for unanim ously electing him as .chairman, and assured them of his determination to wrii'lf fni' t.liA 'lif'St iTitiiv^ai.s nf thp board, aiid trusted that Jill would as sist in conducting the business of the board in a harmonious manner. The secretary reported that t^he £400 from the loan had not been paid- into the credit of the board, (At a later stage of- the. proceedings & communica...
A WORD FOR OUR ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893
A WOR-D FOR OUR ADVERTISERS. Messrs. Craig and Kecble, painters and decorators, announce in our advertising columns that they have decided to estab lish themselves permanently at Bunburj'. From the quality of the work they have already executed, it is very apparent that orders may be entrusted to them with confidence. *** In our advertising columns, Mr. Wm. E. C. Bureham announces that he will make a tour of the district in the interest of the community requiring a permanent record of the photographer's art. To such we need hardly say that Mr. Bur cham's artistic productions have gained him a reputation that onsures his clients being done full justice to at the hands of the artist. # * * It will be observed in our business an nouncements that the favorably-known and old-established business of Mr. Thos, Hayward has changed it* title, Mr. Hay ward having taken into tlio partnership of the firm his son, Mr. G. Hayward, The business of the firm will, m future, be conducted under the st...