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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893
' BoticeS, ' NOTICE. A LL Aecotints owing to the under signed must 'be paid prior to th& 13th. of January, 1893. . '-. '. ? M. HAT & SOfr, 28th, Dec, 1892. Bunburv. CA P- E I* f- A C E a. Mi At a Meet'tog TieH at ttie djwl Inn oa the lOtlt inst%, it ws« reeolrtsd that the Ckpel Kaees be Reid on 3I»rt;Ii 8, 1 S93. A 'fall pw* grainrae- -wUI appear zi. a f afeara date. EL a B. LOCEFj Hon. See-. TXT ANTED KNOWN. Thai H. BRASH AW & GO. ere Csxah Pnrchasers of Fresh Laid ' EGGS. Farmers and Poulf ry-keepera tritl find a ready market by eendiiig aloug tlveir Eggs to H. BBASHAW & CO. Bakers sad Pastrycook*, A. G. S u l T H- ENGINE FITTER ASto TINSMITH, Begs to inform the residents of 3*an« foary and the stirrouuding tlis tnete he has commenced Business in STEPHEN STREET, BUNBURY (Opposite W.. A* Atkins' store-.;) STBAlt ENGINES, BQIIiERS* Ant! all kinds, of itachmery fitted up. PUMPS OF ALL KINDS Repajretland pntia order* A.G.S, thoroughly nnderst ancle ALL ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893
Hotices. ?'PERTH TfeECORATING ^0: -Jl b P \^- BARRACK STREET, PERTH. All descriptions of Plumber's 'Glaziei*'s Painter's and Decorator's Goods kept in Stock, The most complete assortment ever seen in the Colony. jq' O T I C E. ? I, THE UNDEli SIGNED, hereby .give notice that I have dissolved partner ship with Joseph Wilsox, Tinsmith, of Bunbury, and will not be responsible for any debts contracted by him. , A, G. SMITH. Bmibury, Oct. 13, 1S92. .?vr o T I c E— THE TJ]STDEESIG2sTED is prepared to receive and store goods consigned to Country settlers ; and also clear same at Custom House when required and for ward by railway or team, as directed. F. J. TEEDE, Commission Agent. 'Bunbury, Sept. 20, 1S92. NOTICE is hereby. given that no per son has authority to SELL SUNNYVALE CATTLE, branded- SC (conjoined), except- the undersigned, or Mrs. S. M. Logue, my agent.; aud that proceedings will be taken against any person or persons in whose possession any such cattle may be found. Dated Nov. ...
FROM BRIDGETOWN TO SOUTHERN GROSS [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893
FROM BUWttETOWN TO SQtrriffiftx a no&% Tho following account at n trip (t- Stmthwu 0 mas' from lii'\\\fr-!-t(ivrii has been fltfnt to na by Mr. Jui, I3-)dilitig' ton, with a request that we publish, it for the information of any puMons travelling frtjnrthe Simthei'n aistriettf to thtMieW rush j ' Our party, (jonriirit-fcig of Mt'rfrU'fJ. u-eo. rtuuflou ami w. JMnrriigu nnu. myself, left. Bridgetown on November 27th, and mado our first day's jour- ^ ney, via Jayoa, to Mi*. J. Drapitr'H homtidtdnd, 37 miles distant, whero thei'O is plenty of feed and water. Wo slupt jieve, ami nuxt-day (28th) Sfijv .us on tho road tp.Mufflh'j?... Aftw dinner ut this plaeu wo .were off again ; this time for Miokin crossing, eighteen milt's -distant', where wo passed the night. Plenty of feed and water is to bo had here. Next day (29th) we pushed on to the Tarwanga Hotol, the homestead of Mr, John BaiTon, for. dinner, distant .-23 -, mil«.H. In the afternoon we covered .another 13 miles to the W...
INJURED IN A RIOT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893
INJURED IN A RIOT. 1 Mr, William B. G-eoi'ge, a direc tor of the Bank of- New South Wales, and a pai'tner in. the firm of John Heare and Co., has been in jured in a riot caused by the unem ployed at Madrid. Last week Mr, P, ' T, Caulfield signa lised the completion of the new Grand Hotel (Perth) and the commencemnt of his tenancy of that fine building by invit ing a number of leading citizens to a dejeuner. Amongst those present were the Mayor of Perth., who occupied the chair, and Messrs. Poarse, de Hamel and G-. T, Simpson, M'n.L.A. besides several ?'(if-the lending niercliftjits, profesional and business rflcn,-^rJ7w Immhn-r,
THE STEAMER UMBRIA. LONDON, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893
THE STEAMER UMBRIA. London, December 30. The Cunard Company's steamer Uinbria, which is now considerably overdue, on her voyage from Liver pool to New York, was last sighted on the 26th. inst. She was then engaged in- repairing her propeller shaft. Later. The Umbria.has arrived at New York with her propeller shaft frac tured. An attempt to tow her into port failed, and the shaft was then temporarily repaired. She experienced terrible gales during the voyage.
SPORTS AT PRESTON. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 4 January 1893
SPOUTS AT PJRESTOX [From ov'k Ookkbsvqxd'Kst.] The sports held at the Preston on Boxing Day were very successful : T. Wilkes .., ... 1 G. Simmons ... .,, 2 200 Yi-s. Opes Race. T. Simmons. — ,,. 1 J. Simmons ... ,,. 2 The Running High Jump, was closely contested, and eventually di vided between F. Barker and Johnny. The Hop, Step and Jump was won by T. Simmons with 38ft, Alto get-her there were. 14 events on the programme. A Tug of War, Married v. Single, caused great excitement, the Married Men winning ajmid gveat applause from the ladies. 1*0 wind up we had a. successful Horse Race. Great thanks are duo to the host and hostess, Mi\ and Mrs, Ti-igwell, and tlie- ladies, who bo kindly assisted iu making the day a, gi^ai ruqcoss. The proceedings tei^jniixatod with an enjoyable bail, which was kept up until movning, .
THE STATE OF PRANCE. LONDON, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 11 January 1893
THE STATE OP PRANCE. Loxdox, January 7. There has been a serious fall in French Consols in consequence of the continued extraordinary revela tions in connection with the Pana ma scandals. During the preliminary examina tion now being hea-r.d, the accused indulge very freely in mutual re criminations. Anti- Jewish riots have taken place in Paris. An infuriated mob surrounded Rothschild's Bank, and was with difficulty dispersed. Matters are very serious with the French nation.
A WORD FOR OUR ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 11 January 1893
A W0ED FOR OUR ADVERTISERS. Mr. G. W. Floyd advertises ali sorts of harness, etc. for sale, at his premises, Stirling street. #** Mr. S. Miller announces his intention of opening a cheap cash store in Bun bury at the end of the present month. * Mr. Joseph Smith, of Bridgetown, announces in our columns that he has on hand — groceries, etc., of all descrip tions. *** Mr. J. Forster Johnston announces to customers taking milk during the sum mer months only — 6d. per quart. *** An auction sale of the estate of the late George Paj^ne, is called by Mr. Prosser, particulars of which appear elsewhere. * * * Elsewhere will be seen a notice, calling a meeting of the Cricket Club, to be held at the Rose Hotel, on Friday, at 8.30 p.m. * * The third of the series of concerts to be given by the Company formed under the auspices of the Mutual Improvement Society, will be held on Saturday even ing next, at the Mechanics' Hall. From the success of the former entertainments, we may fully anticipate a...