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BUNBURY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

BUNBURY PROGRESS - ASSOCIATION. :*\ ? o ? -' The monthly meeting of the. Bun bury Progress Association was held at the Mechanics' Institute on Mon day evening. Mr. D. A. Hay, one of the Vice - Presidents occupied the chair. An apology was received from tho President — Mr. Thos. Hayward — for non-attendance. There was a much better attend ance at this meeting than of late, about 20 gentlemen being present. ?, The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. There were two subjects on the no tice paper for discussion — Higher Education, by Mr. Wm. Lovegrove and tho formation of a new Roads Board by Mi-. J. Forster-Johnston, J.P. Ml-. For3ter-Johnston, in introduc ing the latter subject, apologised for not being better prepared to discuss the subject, as his time was fully oc cupied lately. There could bo no question whatever that the residents a few miles outside the boundary had a right to complain of the condition of their roads. They are in a very bad state, and he saw no c...

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LATEST CABLES. ENGLAND & EGYPT. LONDON, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

LATEST CABLES. [From Our Correspondent.] ENGLAND & EGYPT. London, January 17. ' ? There has been a change in the Egyptian ministry, owing to the hostile. feeling towards British in terests. . The, new Ministry is believed to be friendly to France and Russia; The late Premier was dismissed owing to his sympathy with English interests., .,._.,.-.

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TELEGRAMS. WEST AUSTRALIA. THUNDERSTORM AT NORTHAM. NORTHAM, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

TELEGRAMS. ? ? ? * ? (From Our Correspondent.) ?WEST AUSTRALIA. ? *- ? THUNDERSTORM AT NOKTHAM. - ??'? -??'??-?? - Nortiia.m, Saturday. A thunderstorm visited Northam yesterday. As the wells wei'e pretty low, the storm made a wel come addition to our water supply.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

Por Cheap Groceries patronise J. J. Ttrx foed. ''The Cheapest1' Cash Store, : Vic toria Street, iSiinbury, Produce' bought for cash. — Advt. ??..'. ? : , ???-. '?£? ' ' .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

Amusements. fi A P E L 'O A C E S. At a Meeting held at the Capel Innon the. 10th inst., it was resolved that the Capel Haces be held on March S, 1S03. A full pro gramme will appear at a future date. E. C. B. LOCKE, X ' Hon. Sec, Special Notices. TVT 0 T I C , E S. MILLER Begs to Inform the Inhabitants of ' Bunbury and the surround ing districts that he will open a CHEAP CASH DRAPERY STORE. In Bunbury at the end of this month. WELLINGTON LODGE No, 1840 E.C. OF FREEMASONS. ALL MEMBERS of the Order are cox'dially invited to attend the cere mony of LAYING the FOUNDA TION STONE of the NEW LODGE B .'ILDJNGS, which will take place ;rv on THURSDAY, 26tji INST. (the .anniversary of the foundation of Aus tralia). The stones -will be. laid- by Bro. Wisbey. P.M.; at 4' o'clock p.m. ? W G. TOMKINSON, W.M. ^'z£--~^~r**i£f~' ' 0 T ?T'l-: C E. CUSTOMERS TAKING MILK ' ? During the SUMMER MONTHS Oi\LY Will be charged SIXPENCE PEE QUART. J. FORSTER-JOHNSTOiS'. ? Jail. 5th, 1S93. NOTICE; A LL Accounts...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

^ Shipping. . .-.-?-'' \ x -v-_Tk A D ELAIDE -- ^sferik; s. s. C'G., J **^s&M!3sl&& (Limited) (TJuder Contract with tlie West Austra lian Government for the Con veyance of Mails) Will despatch their Splendid Steamships as under : ? To Bunbury Eoads, Vasse Roads, and . Quindalup. Albany Tues, Jan. 2-i ? 4:30 p.m. JS'o cargo received after -2 p.m. on day of sailing. To Dongarra and Geraldtoa. Albany ? Thrs.. Jan 19 4.30 p.m. ISTo cargo can be received after 2 p.m %- . . on day of sailing. To Grsraldton. Sharks Bay, Carnarvon Eoads, Ashburton Eoads, Pearling Grounds, Roebuck Bay, transhipping ' at Roebuck Say to s.s. Sob Eoy for Derby, Wyndham, and Port Darwin. . South Australian e, 5^ 5 p.m. 5o Albany, Adelaide, and Melbourne, ..'tranfltipping at Adelaide and llel . ;.~ \ bourne, fpr^ydney. Bullarra ! Sat, Jan. 21, I 4:30 p.m. .. - I -? ? I :? From Melbourne and Adelaide,, with. .'?'''. transhipments from Sydney. - - Steadier .Skates -Leaves Melbourne Adelaide ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

** George Lawrence, BUILDER, CONTRACTOR A*d UNDERTAKER — PRINSEP STREET — S/OMOTQ XX 3E1. ST. All Orders Promptly Attended to. ALEXANDERTTTRIGHT, vv BUILDER' & CABINETMAKER, STIRLING STREET, BUXBURY. Has a large Stock of Household , . Furniture, Kitchen Tables from 22s, Dressing Tables from 15s, Washstands from 17s, Chests of Drawers from oos, ?V Meai Safes from 25s, Sofa Couches from 45s, Cabinets from 50s, Violin and Banjo strings in stock. ALSO IN STOCK : . Wardrobes, Sideboards, Gipsy Tables, Pool and Curtain rings, American Chairs, Glass ami Putty, and Ironmongery in great variety. ALL ORDERS FROM the COUNTRY PROMPTLr ATTENDED TO C. J. H ° v * H- STOREKEEPER & DRAPER, VASSE. JUST ARRIVED— A large Stock of LADIES' GENT'S & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. ? a! s e a * p e TAILOR & OUTFITTER, HANDS' COTTAGES. Victoria Street, Bunbury. Style and Workmanship guaranteed. TT pROSSEB, BOOT & SHOE MAKER, Arthur Street, Bunbury. Best of Workmanship. ?: Countr...

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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

T0PI08 l0F THE WEEK. The name of Mr. F. Peurso, of Don gairj,, has deeri added to the roll of Justices of the Peace. # ft - From rTortl am we learn that tho.conl tractors of the Y'ilgarn railway are push ing on rapidly with the work. * * : : The Premier, Sir John Forrest, and Sir James Lee Steere, left .Perth on Thursday last to attend the Federal Council at Hobart. #** The Government school was opened last Monday. There was a very good attendance, over 65 boys putting in an appearance out oE SO on the roll. ? .% We are to have a Directory for West Australia for the years 1893-91. The bojk is being compiled by Mr. H. Pierssene, and the punting will be exo cuted by Mr. W. Traylen, Perth. ? ?'?;.. '*,-.. -? .-?'' The ship Ulidia, having ou hoard per manent way material, is expected i:i Bun bury early. She will discharge neai'ly 2000 tons here, and then proceed wit!i the balance of her cargo for Fremantle. '?,-??' * ; . .- * # Last Tuesday, the Harvey Afrieul turalArea was thrown open ...

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

THE BOf^BlJRY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JAN. IS, 1893. In our issue of the 28th. ultimo we cursorily dealt with. Sir John For rest's speech from a local point of view, but the prominence given to the Premier's address upon that occasion by its extensive circulation in pampMet^f orm, and the vast im portance of the financial position of the colony iit this critical, if not experimental, stage of its history, so graphically told and exhaus tively treated, demands more than a passing notice. It will be ob served that by a. series of regular gradations the duty of the Premier in connection witn his annual re view of the colony's finances has become a greater pleasure to him with each announcement, by rea son of the continued and pronounc ed improvement in the colony's march of progress. In view of the heavy and increasing obligations the country is assuming, it is both satisfactory and encouraging to find that the confidence of the Ministry and Parliament in the re sources of the colony is uni...

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SPORTING PERTH, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

SPORTING, ? ^ ? [By Telegraph.] (From Oar Correspondent.) Perth, Wednesday. The final acceptances for the Anni versary Meeting closed on Monday night. There are 6 for tho Hurdle Race, 11 Turf Club Handicap, 12 An niversary Handicap, 8 Summer Cup. and 9 Selling Race.

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SANK FRAUD TRIALS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

BANK ERAUD TRIALS. Melbourne, Tuesday. The Government has decided not ?^ to undertake the payment of the charges in connection with the pro secution of bank officials for fraud. Consequent on this decision it is expected that a number of charges against prominent men will be abandoned. Sir Arthur Gordon cites Sir 'William Macgregor, Adminstristorof British ISTew Guinea, as liis aulhoroity fox1 sayiug that » in five years the letter patent under which the Possession is iidir.inistr.ited will have expired, and that then Queensland can use the Possession as a recruiting ground for her sugar- plantations j-' '--

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THE BATHING HOUSE QUESTION. A PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

THE BATHING HOUSE QUESTION. ? v A PUBLIC MEETING. A public meeting was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Wednesday evening to consider the question of bathing accommodation for the town. There was a large and thoroughly representative audience, who appear ed to be fully alive to the inmortance of the subject. Mr. W. Spencer, J.P., Mayor of Bunbury, took the chair, being sup ported by the Councillors. The chairman, having read the re quisition requesting the meeting, said he was extremely pleased to see such a large audience present : and any suggestions made would be carefully considered by the Council. Dr. Lovegrove said the first thing to be considered was whether the ratepayers were in favor of accommo dation being* provided for bathers. He would, therefore, move — ' That in the opinion of this meeting it is desirable that bathing accommodation be provided for the townspeople and visitors.' If this resolution were carried, the Council would then see what was the opinion of tho ...

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THE LAND CREDIT BANK DEFICIENCIES. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

THE LAND CREDIT BANK : DEFICIENCIES. Melbourne, Monday. The liquidators of the Land Credit Bank report the following list of deficiencies — £17,000 owing by 34 persons who are dead ; £24,000 by absconders ; £30,000 by 79 persons who are untraceable ; £50,000 by 98 paupers ; £20,000 by 38 insolvents ; £100,000 by four convicts.

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THE SANDALWOOD BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

THE SANDALWOOD BILL. The Daily Neivs correspolu'd -t wired on Saturday ? An indignation meeting is. to be held here to discuss the action of Parliament iii prohibiting the cut ting of Sandalwood for three years; Through this decision of Parliament , our residents are threatened wit-li . total rniri, as they have no other means of /obtaining (employ ment, arid fully sixty families will be reduced to actual poverty if the' measure be not thrown out' by tho Assembly. . Considerable indigna tion is manifested against the mea sure by our. people^ who are not averse to a prohibition' being put ujoon the cutting of immature wood . ] The Bill was thrown out in tTje Assembly. — Ed. BH.]

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GREENBUSHES NEWS. A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. GREENBUSHES, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

GREUNBUSHES NEWS. A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. [From Our Correspondent]. .. . . Greenbushes, Friday. ? A serious accident occurred here on Wednesday, which might have ter minated with loss of life ; but fortun ately, by an almost miraculous escape was unattended with fatal conse quences. Two miners — new arrivals — after having examined the 85 feet shaft on the east side of the road be tween Mort's store and Dumpling Gully, thought that it was not bot tomed. Having procured a windlass and a rope, one of them made a de scent in the bucket ; but, unfortunate ly, the iron handle was not properly secured in the end of the roller, and when it began to revolve it got quite loose in the end of the roller, and con sequently the bucket descended with lightning speed, the distance to the bottom being 25 or 30 feet. To add to his danger, the heavy roller went thundering down after him. The poor fellow had a most marvellous escape from fatal injury. As it was, he got a nasty cut on the head, and a c...

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A NEW SECRETARY. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

A NEW SECRETARY. Perth, This Day. Mr. T. P. Draper has been ap pointed secretary to the Attorney General's department at a salary of £300 per annum.

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THE EAST KIMBERLEY ELECTION. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

THE EAST KIMBERLEY ELECTION. Perth, This Day. A writ has been issued by. the Speaker for the election of a mem ber to fill the vacancy caused by death of the late Mr. Baker, mem ber for East Kimberley. The date of nomination i.°. April 16, and the election, April 20 j. return of the writ, June 1st.

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VICTORIA. DEATH OF MR. LEADER CLARKE. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

. ; VICTORIA, DEATH OP MR, LEADER CLARKE. ; ' - Melbourne, Monday. Mr. Leader Clarke, a well-known pastoralist of Wilcannia, shot him self in his house in Broom Street on Saturday. It is not yet known whether the occurrence was accidental or pre meditated, consequent on financial troubles.

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NEW SOUTH WALES THE WOOLOOMOOLOO TRAGEDY. SYDNEY, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

NEW SOUTH WALES ? * ? THE W00L00M00L00 TRAGEDY. Sydkey, Monday The jury at the inquest on the victims of the Wooloomooloo tra gedy of Thursday — Van Kaspelen and Mrs. Wilson — returned a ver dict of murder and suicide.

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DEATH OF A SCHOOL MASTER. ALBANY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

DEATH OP A SCHOOL MASTER. Albany, Tuesday. Thomas Palmer, who has been W. school master here for 33 years, bled yesterday.

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