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WATER AGAIN SCARCE AT G'NARLBINE SOUTHERN CROSS Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

WATER AGAIN SCARCE AT G'NAKLBINE - Southern Cross^ Monday. Late arrivals from G'narlbine re port that the water supply is in, a precarious condition. Several showers on the field have,. so far kept up the supply, otherwise the miners would be compelled -:to -leave. ? '.... „ ? Water is selling at two shillings. a gallon. ['..'.' The boring party are working eighteen miles from the ' field, but with no success. ?

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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REGINA V. WITHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

REGINA V. WITHERS. . ? ^ ? In this case, in which the llcv. Joseph Withers .was charged with a breach of the Marriage Act, the jury, after being locked iip till sis o'clock, were unable to agree on a verdict, and were discharged. The defendant was liberated, to appear at the nevt Quarter Session, to wkicli date the case was adjourned.

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THE DISMISSAL OE DR. SMITH. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

THE DISMISSAL OE DR. SMITH. Pkktii, This Day. The Full Court gave their deci sion in the case of Dr. Smith vei:$us the Government for wrongful dis missal. The Chief Justice held that the decision of the jury in Smith's favor was right. Judire Stone held that the Govt. had the power to dismiss any civil servant. As the Court disagreed, the ver dict of the lower Court in favor of Smith will stand. The Attorney-General gave no t'ce of appeal to the Privy Council.

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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

GAZETTE NOTICES. His Excellency the Governor , in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint Francis Pearse to be a Justice of the Peace for this colony. His Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint R. Gale to act temporarily as Jttesident Magistrate, Magistrate of the local court, sub-collector of. Cus toms and Internal Revenue of the Sussex district, vice Dr. Lepper, de ceased. His Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint W. A. G. Walter to be Resident Magistrate, sub-collector of Internal Revenue of the Blackwood district, magistrate of the local court at Bridgetown, and Registrar of the Greehbushes mining. ..district, vice Gibbons, deceased. His Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint Henry Caporn to be bailiff of the local court at B anbury, vice James Moore, resigned. To take effect from 21st. December. Tenders will be received up to noon on Saturday, the. 21sfc. January, for th...

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MR. PARKER TO ACT AS PREMIER. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

MR. PARKER TO ACT AS PREMIER. Perth, This Day. The Hon. S. H. Parker, Colonial Secretary, will assume the position of Premier during the absence of Sir John Forrest, at the Federal Council.

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DUNDAS RILLS GOLDFIELD. ALBANY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

DUNDAS HILLS GOLDFIELD. ? * ? [By Telegraph.] [From our Correspondent.] ..;?.:; Albany, Tuesday. The schooner, Grace' Darling, has just returned from the east coast with a number of diggers, who have in their possession a quantity of enor mously rich specimens of gold stone. Great sensation prevails, and pre parations are already being made for thoroughly prospecting the country known as the Dundas Hills. A large exodus is expected- as soon as the wet season commences.

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VASSE NEWS. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

. VASSE NEWS. (From Our Correspondent.) Vasse, Saturday. : The steamer Albany, which ar rived here on Wednesday afternoon last, brought a good niany passengers and horses. The horses landed were the Messrs. Davies' racers, The Earl and History, which went to Perth some time since to take part in the Perth Races. - Several working horses were also brought back, that were sent to Perth to be sold. It is reported that they formed part of a batch of horses brought from Broken Hill. Amongst the passengers that came was R. Fairbairn, Esq., R.M., of Fremantle. Mr. Fairbairn pro ceeded to the Blackwood the next day on business, connected with the Bunbury S. Estate. Mr. Hare, so licitor, of Perth, also came by the same vessel to defend a case in the local co art between Messrs. House and Smith v. Davies. This case, which was tried the following dajr, wan for a disputed account for over £40, being the difference in price for carting timber from different land ings along Messrs. Davies' tramwa...

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OUR RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

OUR RACE CLUB. It will be remembered that af a meeting of the Bunbury Race Club held in the Prince of Wales Hotel in rTqvember last, it was resolved that the Government be requested to have the deeds of the race-course passed over to the club, and that arrange ments should be made with thn 'Rn^rlo Board and Municipal Council to make a deviation in the Bunbury -Vasse Road near the course to permit tho erection of tho necessary buildings— grand-stand, etc. Messrs. Locke'and Knox -Brown were appointed by the club to attend to those matters, and a letter is appended from Mr. A. Knox Brown slating the result of their in terview with the Premier on the sub ject. It will be seen that the Premier has promised' to place the deeds of the course in the name of three trus tees to be named by the club ; and also the extension of the course as suggested. Other matters in connec tion with the race club are also sug gested in the letter, which is well worth consideration, and no doubt will be submi...

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

Ncsbit and Jerger, Hay street, have speci ally made boxes for packing watches, posted :ree of cost. — Advx.

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EVICTION IN IRELAND. LONDON, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 18 January 1893

EVICTION IN IRELAND. London, January 17. Several evicted tenants in Ireland threaten to commit outrages unless reinstated in their holdings.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 25 January 1893

ITor 'Watch Repairing, etc., go to J. Collins, Stephen St., Bunbury — 'The Practical Watchmaker.' — Advt. - Nesbit and Jerger, Hay street, have speel ?elly made boxes for packing ?watcKes posted free of cost.-- A v vi. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 25 January 1893

Nesbifc and Jerger, Hay sfcree' , receive con consignments of Jewellery and Electroplate every mail. For Jewellery Repairing, or Manufactur ing, go to D. B. Taylor, Stephen Street — ' The Practical Tradesman.'— Advt. Nesbit and Jerger, Hay street, are always gl?A to poEt .goods on application.

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THE REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE FOR 1892. THE TREASURER'S RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 25 January 1893

THE REVENUE AND EXPEN DITURE FOB 1892. THE TREASURER'S EETUEJfS, The Treasury returns of revenue and expenditure for the year ended December 31st, 1892. appeared in a Government Gazette extraordinary issued on Thursday last. From these returns it appears that the actual receipts amounted to £543,888 11s, lid. The estimate was £538,775, which has, therefore, been exceeded by £5113 11s. lid. A few days before the prorogation of Parliament it will be re membered that the Colonial Treasurer (Sir John Forrest) informed the Assem bly that he received word from the Under Treasurer that the revenue amounted to £543,422 odd, besides a few small amounts which were then to be re ceived. Mr. Elliot's estimate was there fore, within £500 of the mark. The ex penditure amounted to £550,016 7s. 5d., and though it exceeded by £5632 the estimated amount — £544.984 — which the Colonial Treasurer estimated in his finan cial statement it would amount to, it was £45,323 2s. 8d. less than the amount the G...

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TEE BATHING HOUSE QUESTION. A PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 25 January 1893

THE BATHING HOUSE QUESTION. ? $ ? A PUBLIC MEETING. The adjourned public meeting of ratepayers was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Wednesday evening last to consider the question of erecting a bathing honse at Bunbury. Mr. ¥m. Spencer, j!P., Mayor, presided, and in calling the attention of those present to the object of the meeting, regretted the small attend ance of the public. He read to the meeting a communi cation forwarded by him to the Hon. Director of Public Works, represent ing their desire to secure bathing ac commodationforthetown of Bunbury, and asking that if the Council decided to erect a bathing house, would there be any likelihood of the Government granting permission to have it placed alongside the jetty. Mr. Spencer considered that it would be very' injudicious for the ratepayers to go to any expense before they knew whether or not permission would be obtained from the Govern ment to erect the jetty. He would be glad to hear any remarks any per sons present wish...

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VASSE NEWS. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 25 January 1893

VASSE NEWS. (From Ovr Correspondent.) Vasse, Saturday. We have had some feai'fully hot weather lately, although the evenings have been nice and cool. Messrs. Thoresby and Rowley have been down here lately. I hear they have been inspecting several runs on the Blackwood and St. John's Brook. They also paid a visit of inspection to the late W.A. Timber Co.'s works and the Quindalup saw-mills, and as a matter of course all sorts of ru mors are about respecting their mis sion here ; possibly it may result in some good for. the district — let us hope so. His Lordship Bishop Parry has sent notice to the Rev. W. Evering ham that he intends visiting the Vasse some time next month, when he will confirm all who are in readi ness. Mr. Everingham has bean around notifying the same ; also that he will be prepared to examine and instruct candidates for confirmation, commencing on Friday next. On Wednesday last Mr. Hugh S. Brockman was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Miss Laura Reynolds, t...

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THE COLLIE COALFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 25 January 1893

THE COLLIE COALFIELD. The following is the' latest report from Mi'. Pendleton, the engineerin ch arge of the boring party on the Collie coalfield : — I have the honor to lay before you, this my twenty -first fortnightly report. Since the 16th. ult. the No. 16 bore has been continu ed, with the following result : — ft, ius, Brought forward ... ... 1(36 8 Black shale ... ... U. Sandstone rib ? 2 Smub ... ... ... . 4 3 Sandstone, pebbly ... ... 4 Black shale ... ... 8 „ „ ? and smut ... 4 0 ??; '.-,?.:„ ? . ?...?? ... -'- s, -' Fire-clay... ... ... 1 6 White sandstone, clayey ... 10 Blue sandstone, with smutty bands ... ... ? ... 5' 0 185 0 We ceased work for the holidays on 19th. December. I am preparing plan and section of the above line of outcrop bores, and will forward it upon completion.

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BUNBURY QUARTER SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY (Before W. H. Timperley, Esq., R. M., chairman, and Messrs. T. Lovegrove, T Hayward, W. Spencer, and J. P. Johnston, Js.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 25 January 1893

BUNBUBY QUARTER SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18ffl; (Before W. H. Timperley, Esq., E.M., chair man, and Messrs. T. Lovegro ve, T Hay ward, W. Spencer, and J. P. Johnston, Js.P.) The court was densely crowded and much interest was evidenced in the hearing of the charge against the Rev. Joseph Withers, who surren dered to his bail on an indictment that on the 27th oi September last past, he then being a minister of re ligion and duly registered to celebrate marriages, did unlawfully celebrate a marriage between Thos. Trigwell and Ann Elizabeth Hurst at Boyanup, contrary to the provisions of the statute in such case made and pro vided. No Council app eared for the Crown, but Mr. Stanley defended the accused. The jury were empanelled without challenge, and Mr. A. F. Clifton was appointed foreman. Thomas Trigwell deposed that he applied to the Rev. Joseph Withers to publish the banns of marriage be tween himself and Ann Elizabeth Hurst, and that he was married ac cording to the rites of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 25 January 1893

For Cheap Groceries patronise J'. .T. Ttrx I'OKD, 'The Cheapest' dish Stove, Vic toria Street, Biuibury. Produce bought for cash. — Advt.

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DUNDAS GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 25 January 1893

DUNDAS GOLDFIELD. ' Among the passengers by the Grace Darling, (says the Albany Advertiser) which, arrived here on here on Monday evening, were several prospectors from the Dundas Hills goldtields, all of who speaks in the most sanguine manner as to the fu ture of the Dundas district as a gold field. Certainly the quartz specimens brought on by Messrs. Mawson and Kirkpatric fully waiTant the gold out look prophesied for the Dundas field. The stone, which weighs about two hundred pounds, is completely per meated with splendid looking gold. The quarts, which is of, a dark-bluish color, was taken from the 12ft. level. It is expected that the returns from the stone when crushed will realise over £500. The stone has been lodged in the local branch of the Union Bank. Mr. Mawson, previous to going to Dundas, had almost made up his mind to go on to the Mur chison, but on reading an article in the above-named paper referring to the prospects of the Dundas fields, he decided to go there, with...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION AGAIN. (To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 25 January 1893

CORRESPONDENCE. THE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION . AGAIN. {To the Editor of The Bunlurv Herald.} Sir, — I notice in your issue of the 11th instant, that at a meeting of the Bunbury Progress Association there was some tall talk re a separate Roads Board for a few gentlemen to practise road-making in. Had the speakers confined themselves to facts, I would not have troubled you. with this letter. ^ 1st. Mr. Forster- Johnston, who intro duced the subject, apologised for not being better prepared to discuss it. He ought to have been prepared. To my own knowledge, he has been tinkering with the subject for months past, but could not muster courage enough to bring the matter before the proper tribunal — viz. the Wellington Roads Board— for discussion. Mr. Johnston says that the roads outside the boundary (What boundary ? I pi-esume the town boundaries), were in a very bad condition, and the peo ple had a right to,.complain. At the last meeting of the Wellington Roads Board, Mr. Johnston reported t...

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