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W. C. T. U. Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

W. C. T. 'U. Meeting. ? » ? On Saturday evening1 last the usual weekly meeting of the W. C. T. U. was held in the Mechanics' Institute, when the chair was taken by Mrs. Buchanan, the treasurer, in the ab ence of Mrs. W.B. Mitchell, president. The proceedings were opened by seven ladies singing a hymn, which was followed with a short prayer by the Kev. J. G. Mitchell. By the desire of Miss Cons, who is the lead ing figure in the W. C. T. IT. move- ment, a paper was read, by Miss Oribbs reproving the behaviour of some unruly members of the audience, and intimating that the repetition or con tinuance of such conduct would be followed by the ladies invoking the aid of the police in the removal of those persons who persisted in caus ing the annoyance. Mrs. J. C. Mitchell and a young lady then sang a duet, which was followed by a reci tation by Mr. Keeble. Mr. Smith then sang a modest air, which was loudly applauded. The natural diffi dence of this performer comports so highly with, his e...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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MR. PARKER'S LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

MR. PARKER'S LETTER The Daily-News last night reviews Mr. Parker's letter to the press, and ^maintains in strong terms that, his inclusion in the Ministry is a mistake^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

? Meetings. UNBURY CRICKET C:L-UB:' ? — :' ' ' ','.'' A SPECIAL GEXERAL ME ETINTi' of the above Qlub will be held in the MECHA NICS' 'INSTITUTE on FRIDAY,' ttm INST., iitij.3O p.m. sharp. ' ? ^ . ' .?''?.' ? ::.[?''' t..:.r Business— .._- ;:- r . To Receive^ Secretary's Report and Trea surer's-.balance^sheet ; . . . , ? '^ .; '? 2.Election'iof.oflicers for ensuing 'term/ : ' ?- .. V^P^AU^ieinbers and intending membcra arc in vite.d to attend. ' .... : ?? . . : . ... .?...' . Secretary. — - . Government Railways. aOVEIJiNMENT BATLWAYS OF AYESTERN AUSTRALIA. ' Cheap E^cursioii Booking's. '. . COMkENCiNG ON; ??'?-?. : Tuesday,. October ..11th, and: Satur day, October 14th, and subsequent Tuesdays :-; and. . Saturdays until 'December -3rd. Cheap Return Tickets will be issued to Pierre, Sho^gkouxd, Daudaxup, andEOYA--up aa, below : ? 1 1- yC^PiIC'*^«»t0 F!iret0 From f. t^and Dar- Boy t.,,^,.; 1st 2nd- ]st 2nd l«-b 2nd Bunburj ^ , _/6 ^ ^ 2/fi 1/g Tickets available- on day. of issue and -...

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Notes from the Tinfields. GREENBUSHES, Oct. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

Notes from the ^infields. ?». '' — \ — (FROM A CORRESPOXbENT.) Greexbdshbs, Oct. 7. I referred last week to the question of water for the tinfields, and the necessity of something being done in this way to help the development of the fields, which, so far as can be seen yet, cannot otherwise be done. But looking at the fields as they are situated there appears at once some to be overcome through want of ways and means. I may mention a few of these difficulties. First, the ele vated, flat, and porous nature of the country, and the distance from the nearest point of the Blackwood River, which must be about three milos. 1 have no means to ascertain the eleva tion from the level of the. river; but I should suppose it to be about 500ft., so that with the present population of the fields it seems out of the question altogether to think of raising water from' this point of the river: The in terest on the money required to do so would prove too much of a. burden for so small a community. I ...

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DR. SCOTT'S DEPARTURE [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

;? , DR. SCOTT'S DEPARTURE ..-Dr. Scott leaves London for the . :? colony .on thq 20th inst.

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Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

? 'isQGt'afQ. Want of space prevented us giving an}r mention in our last issue of the lecture delivered by the llev. C. Matthews, in the Mechanics' Institute, on Tuesdajr, the Lltli inst. The subject of the lecture was -: Nicknames.' and being a portion of the programme for celebrating the 2oth an niversary of the Congregational Cburch, the lecturer confined the treatment or the subject to those '?Nicknames' which came to; he applied first to 'the early Christians, and subseqnenthr to separate sects of Christians at different epochs in the history of the' Christian 'church. Most of the principal residents of Bunbury and suburbs were present,' and great interest was shownby 'the close attention paid throughout. Tlie Eesident Magistrate, Mr. W. H. ' Timperley, was voted to the chair, amVhe introduced the lecturer with a ' few humorous remarks about lectures that seemed to put the audience in good temper for the evening. The Ker. Lecturer opened by relating how 'lie ;ha.cl brought with...

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Sports at Quindalup. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

Sports at -Quin&a!up. The following account of the sports at.Quindalup was furnished -by our Vasse correspondent by the hon. sec:. of the Sports Committee : ' - /t Maides K.ace.— lOQycls. First JPrlze, los. ; Sceoiid, 10s. ? ?'.' - ? -.?' \ 1st ireafV'; ;/: ,:/U ??;'?. 7/ f Andrews' (sib.)'...' ... , .V. 1 ?' ';, .; A. Carter,'; :.::: ., ...',?;,'..:,.. 2 ' ' ??]? ? ? A: Hutching ''..;? : ?:..?.'.. 7v '3: '; ?-???? ?? ???; ;: ='\Von' easily.. !?';.' ,: ' ?'?; ?:?'.', 2ndHcafc.. ; .'.....;.??;? - . ; ? 'W. Harwood' 7.tV- .1. : ?''../:' '1' ' ' ? ? Q-.-.W. Barnard. ?? ? .:':....'?? 2 : -; W'.- O'D.onneir ; ... ; ..;* ' 3; ] ; P:Tbdd ... .;. ' .^; ':-& ?;? Yery close finish between first and spcond: Final Heat. Andrew) . ?... ' ? ? „?-'... . 1 . Hutelyns ... :.. :. ... 2 A well contested race. Bots' Race. — 100 yards. First Prize, 4a. ; , Second -2s. . : ... Samuel Isaacs ...' ... 1 Sidney Carter...-. -.- ... ... 2 Fred. Isaac b... ... ... '3 ?; HANDiCAr.— 130 yds. Firs...

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Items of Vasse News. October 9th, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

Items .of Vasse KTews. - :.?,. ? ? ' ? ?♦ ''; ~- ????' '?:?:?? (from -our owx correspondent.) . , . October 9th, 1S9.2. I enclose you a full report of the sports at Qnindalup, which the hon. secretary forwarded me, but too late to send' in my last. I hear that Mr. R. Gale, of Fairbairn, has sold a lai'ge number of his allotments in West.Vasse (or what is known as the Beach Paddock), during the last fortnight,- a sure indication that people have confidence in our town and district. Among the purchasers are .Mr.- James Morrison, of Guildford, and Mr. Goldstein, and these, pur chasers have, no doubt, bought with a view of ultimately cutting them tip into building blocks. Our town is only one mile square, and any exten sion must be . to the westward. Mr. Gale is one of the few gentlemen in W. A. who ' are ever ready ; to help those who. will endeavour to help themselves, and has. made the pur chase easy to residents, and as a con sequence, many of our yoimg men .have bought grants in th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

Shipping. - ? j, AD ELAIDE ^Uiider Contract with the West Austra lian Government for the Con -??'?-? veyance of Mails) 'Will despatch their SPLENDID STEAMSHIPS from Fremantle as under — . To Bunbury Boads, Yasse Eoads, and Quindalup — s.s. Flinders, 'TUESDAY, OCTOBER IS, at -MM) p.m, (No cargo received after 2 p:m.) ' From Melbourne and Adelaide, with traitslupiiieuts from Sydney — ? ?s.*. Taderdan ? . From Melbourne TUESDAY,. OCTOBER 4 : From Adelaide ':- FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6. - s..-. Albany . From Melbourne , SATURDAY, OCTOBEU 15, From Adelaide WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19. as. Bullara, '??'-? ?-:. '?? From Melbourne . .\ 'I FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21. . From Adelaide, '. ..;.;?; ???TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26. '\ ?. t.:.-.-. ? ? JAMES LILLY, ' ? Local Manager. . ?: -v-i-'w * TJ UD DART '^^g^ H PARKER'. & Line of CARGO & PASSE. WG E. It. SERVICES. From Melbourne and Adelaide — ? aS. N E M E S I S, ?_?'?'' Leaves Melbourne MONDAY, OCTOBER 3. . ? ; . and Adelaide five days later. ; a., s.. l ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

BUSINESS T^IEECTORY. AJ BTJNBUKY. . Auctioneers, & Comriiission, Agents. W. PEOSSEE, Picton Iioad, ? ?' [ ??; j. MOOEE, Victoria street, ? W: B. MITCHELL, Victoria Street, A. KNOX-BEOWN, Stephen Stvcctj . J. II; DLXON, Victoria Street. ...'.; - : ? Merchants, &c. W. SPENCER & SON, Victoria; arid ? 'Stephen Streets. ??? '? ? ?? _ T. HAYWAliD, Victoria Street. ?? 11; HAY & SON, Victoria Street. ; . E.M.CLAEJTE, Stirling. Street. .?. . ; J' H. NAYLOE, Victoria Street. H.WEISS, Stirliug Street. ._. ... : ?: . : Flour Killer. : E- FOEEEST, Koombana ' Roller Flour '.- : Mill. ?;??'? . Tanner and Currier. !W..PROSSEB, Pittton Road. . Storekeeper. : '.' , JOHN T. SLATEE, Loudon Terrace. ' : -..-. . Hotelkeepers. ? '? ? . ? E. MAXTED, Prince of Wales Hotel . : ? Stephen- Street. - ,T. C..JLLINGWOETH, Eose Hotel, Victoria Street. . . ? . . ? D. FLOOD, Wellington Hotel, Victoria Street. ' Contractors. E. ADAMS, Victoria Street, C. L. HASTIE, Vasse Road. HASTrE B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

Huddarfc Parker and Co.'s steamer .Nemesis, which left Melbourne on Mon day vreek, arrived at Adelaide on Wed nesday last and left again for W. A, ports .on Friday. She is therefore due here on Friday next. The Tenterden arrived at Adel aide from Melbourne, en route for West Australia, -on' Monday, and was to have left yester day She should arrive at Albany on or about Sunday next The schooner Theresa, 'which left here 'on. Saturday, afternoon, arrived at Fre mantle at midnight on Sunday The barque Churchstow sailed from Fremantle on Monday morning for Hong Kong -^ Municipal Election. TOT HE .EAT E P AY E E S O F BUNBURY. I/ADIE3 A*D, GrEXTLEMEX,— \ ; : ?: ; . ' ? . '; ' ''. It ' is N ray intention to corni? forward as Mayor at the next election. I have adopted ?'this course from certain remarks made by our . Mayor upon several occasions in my presence ,#nd hearing in the Eose Hotel, that he -'?' csrould not come forward again if any one ?who had -held the position, before or had a ...

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THE CHOLERA DECLINING [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

?THE CHOLERA DECLINING The cholera epidemic is declining throughout Europe. The estimated deaths in Russia alone show fearful ravages, these being computed at 300,000. , .???-..

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SWORN IN PERTH, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

SWORN IN Perth, October 12. Mr. Parker was sworn in yesterday ?as a- member of the Executive Coun . cil: ,???-.?

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SIR MATTHEW DAVIES FINANCIAL FAILURES [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

SIR MATTHEW ? DAVIES' FINAN CIAL FAILURES The Economist in a strong article on Sir Matthew Davies, and his fi nancial failures, urges that criminal prosecution be instituted.

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THE GNARLBINE RUSH WARDEN'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

.' -. THE GNARLBINE. RUSH' . 'WARDEN'S REPORT . The following is Warden Finnerty's reportj telegraphed to the Commis sioner of Lands : — ' Arrived from Bayley's find on Saturday night. The road there from Southeru Cross is at present well watered, and has splen did feed for horses round the granite rocks. The, find is 16 miles north east from G-nai'lbines rocks, marked on Hunt's track. Bayley's find is a very rough patch in a quartz reef. I have granted 100ft. for reward claims. About half-a-niile south-west of this claim is a flat of about 40 acres, and this is the main camp at present A considerable quantity of gold has been obtained there by specking and dry blowing, 1 mile north of this flat a small water course is being worked by about 20 -men, most of whom are making good wages. Gold has been picked up on the surface for upwards of 4 mi les. . squ are. The gold so obtained weighs, from, colors to 2ooz. pieces. No real testing of the country has yet been attempted. Several quar...

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FRANCE AND CHINA LONDON, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

FRANCE AND CHINA London, October 10. The diplomatic relations are some what' strained between France and China. The French complain that tlie latter are inciting the Tonquinese to revolt against the French and British Missions.

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50 NON-UNIONISTS CONDEMNED TO DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

50 NON-UNIONISTS CONDEMNED TO DEATH The unionists at Pittsburg made several unsuccessful attempts to form associations of non-unionists. 50 non-unionists have been condemned to death by Secret Association Com mittee. - ? ?

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FREMANTLE ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

?'.. FREMANTLE ELECTION ; For the South Freman tie Election tomorrow, a close contest is expected between Solomon and Wray.

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. INTERCOLONIAL. PERTH, October 10, 1892. MAYORALTY OP PERTH [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

? ? LATEST ??'.' ?''?' ' -' JLJi. jj JLj AjI Jtt 11 lWL £-. [Bv , Electric Tei.fa4p.aph.] ? ,'' INTEK.COLOEri&X,. j Perth, October 10, 1892-. MAYORALTY OF PERTH . , Mr. Alexander Forrest, who has been influentially requisitioned to tetand for the Mayoralty of Perth, has consented, and a. strong com mittee has been formed to secure his return. Mr. Randell denies that he intends to retire, and Mr. Traylen is also in the field. .

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FREECORN APPEAL CASE [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892

? FREECORN APPEAL CASE ' The Criminal Sittings of the Su preme Court were brought to a, con clusion yesterday by striking .out the appeal of 'Freecorn against the order of the local 'court, compel ling him to maintain his wife by previous mar riage!. . The case was wrbngly stated, and' ordered to be struck out.

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