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LATEST CABLES. THE EGYPTIAN CRISIS. LONDON, January. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 25 January 1893
LATEST CABLES. [Feom Our CoIiuespondent.] THE EGYPTIAN CRISIS; London, January. 17. The Daily Neivs . says that the British Minister at Cairo demands the resignation of Fakhir Pasha within twenty four-hours, and that at the Khedive's request Fakhir Pasha resigned, and the. , crisis is therefore at an end. '..... LoNDtiN, January 17. It, is Believed that .the Khedive acted upon his own initiative in dis missing Mustapha Pasha, and the other Ministers, and that he dis: . missing them, most discourteously. France and Russia disavow any connection with the affair, and it is now believed that it was inspired by Ismaid Pasha, the ex-Khedive: ? The excitement to which the incident has given rise among the natives continues unabated. The French Press sympathise with the Khedive. The Khedive has- apologised to the British Minister for his action in dis missing Mustapha Pasha without consulting the British' Government; and has appointed Riaz Pasha, Premier. ' Later. The Opposition Press comme...
RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN UNITED STATES. LONDON, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 25 January 1893
RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN UNITED STATES. London, January 22. A terrible accident is reported from the United States. A passenger train came into collission with an oil tank train at Elton, in Illinois. The wreckage caught fire and ignited the oil. 'Ten passengers were killed in a horrible manner, their bodies being parboiled, and forty were injured. Later. Further particulars state tl ab the total number of those injured is 94, and 11 more are dying. The burning oil spurted, forth from the tanks to a distance of a hundred yards, and in falling burnt many of those who were watching the accident, and endeavor ing to rescue the injured. Many of the passengers were completely en veloped in flames, and in their agony they threw themselves into the ad joining river. The scene wars a most! aw.fu.1 one.
THE NEW MASONIC HALL. LAYING THE FOUNDATION-STONE [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893
THE NEW MASONIC HALL. ? ^- ? LAYING- the FOUNDATION-STONE In the annals of the Wellington Lodge of Freemasons* the Anniver Bary Day of Australia's Foundation 'will, in future, possess a double sig nificance, as on tliat anniversary of last -week was performed the cere mony of laying the Foundation Stone the plans and cost, will be both an ornament and acquisition to the town of Bunbury, and. a credit and con venience to the brotherhood. Con sidering that the Wellington Lodge is not yet seven years established, it speaks volumes for the enterprise and amity of its members that they have at this early date of their local his tory decided to establish for themselves an imperishable monu ment of their existence in our midst. No organization throughout^hris tendom is more worthy of the en comiums passed upon the order by Bro. Wisbey in his address, than ' The Ancient and Honorable Fra ternity of Free and Accepted Masons.' Whilst the most hallowed secrets of overthrown dynasties, Empires,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893
For Cheap Groceries patronise J'. J. Tux toed, 'The Cheapest' Cash Store, Vic toria Street, Bunbury. Produce bought for cash. — Advt. For Jewellery Repairing, or Manufactur ing, go to D. B. Taylor, Stephen Street — ' The Practical Tradesman.'— Advt. Nesbit and Jerger, Hay street, receive con signments of Jewellery and Electroplate by every mail.
GREENBUSHES V. UPPER CAPEL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893
G-REENBUSHES V. UPPER CAPEL. The opening match of the Green bushes Cricket Club was played at Balingup on. Saturday last, against a team representing the Upper Capel. The Upper Capel skipper won the toss, and elected to send his men in the field. Walter and Robinson went in to bat for Greenbushes side on a very bumpy and treacherous wicket. Wsil tor was dismissed in Wright's first over, and not one of the batsmen could make any stand against the bowlers, except E. Robinson, who by steady play, managed to knock up 11, the top score of the day. The innings closed for the small total of 26. The Upper Capel men fared very little better, their innings closing for 35. It took just one hour tor each innings. At this stage of the game an hour was given for lunch, and tho players assembled at Mr. E. Moore's, where a substantial spread was awaiting them. Play was resumed at about 3 p.m. In the second inningsf of Greenbtishes, things went much in the same way as the first, the innings closing ...
GREENBUSEES NEWS. GREENBUSHES, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893
GREENBUSHES NEWS. [Feom ouk Correspondent.] Greenbushes, Saturday. The weather for tho past fortnight up last Thursday was very hot. On that day there was a thunder-storm to the south and south-east. Only a few drops fell at the tinfields, but were the cause of a most beneficial change in the atmosphere, yestsrday and to-day being nice and cool, with a strong easterly breeze blowing. Our resident magistrate and registrar has arrived, and is settled down at his residence at Greenbushes, where he is to attend to the business of the tinfields on three days a week, thus giving him timo for his ministerial duties at Bridgetown. I see he is also appointed sub-collector of revenue. This is just as it should be. I am sorry to say that nearly all the surface water on the tin-fields is about done for the season, unless we may be blessed with a good many thunderstorms. Nearly all the houses are watered out of troughs or buckets. Bush fires made their appearance on the Blackwood about a fortnig...
THE BUNBURY MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893
THE BUNBURY MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. At the annual general meeting of the members of the Bunbury Me chanics' Institute, held last night, the following officers were elected for the present vear : — - W. H.' Timperley, R.M.— President. Mr. T. Hayward, J.P., and Mr. C. Wisbev — 'Vi ce-Presidents. Messrs. Withers, Stafford, Woodrow Port, Banting, H. Gibbs, and J. Gibbs — Members of Committee. Report of Committee. 1. Your committee have again 'much pleasure in being able to report a very successful year. 2. From the cash account you will notice that your committee began the year with a debit balance of £11 2s. 2d., and that on the 31st. December last, your committee had a credit balance of £1 1 13s. lOd. This is the more satisfactory as there were se veral heavy items of expenditure last year, all very necessary. 3. It wall be remembered that at the last annual meeting a discussion took place as to the advisability of enlarging the hall, and that on the motion of Mr. J. Cooke, seconded by ...
THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 1, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893
THE BUftSBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 1, 1893. That many of our old institutions must give rise to new and improved organizations is but the natural and inevitable result of the transi tion stage through, which this dis trict, together with other parts of the colony, is passing. The exi gencies of modern requirements are being brought into prominence as the besom of progress sweeps aside things obsolete and obstruc tive. Hence, it will create no surprise to find a growing desire in many quarters to reform and remodel the body exercising juris diction over the roads of- the dis trict. In other places other cor porate bodies have had to succumb to demands similar to those for mulated against the Wellington Roads Board as at present consti tuted, and notably has this been the case at South Perth, where a small area was declared a Roads Board, with the result that an im mediate tax of Is. in the £ was levied on all rateable property, and great and lasting improve ments were effected in ...
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893
TOPICS OF TEE WEEK. In our advertising columns ap pears a notice, wanting an owner for money found — between £30 and £40. * * # A cricket match will be played on Saturday next on the Plain, Married v. Single. The aides will be chosen by Messrs. Powell and Paisley and the wickets will be pitched at 2 p.m. * * * The s.s. Lindus arrived here from Geralton via- Fremantlc, on Sunday night, remaining at the latter place only a few hours. She brought about 11 tons of general cargo and took away from here a few tons of tin, She left here a few hours after her arrival. **# The Adelaide Observer of the 14th. inst. published the startling intelligence that the Rev. J. Withers was committed for trial at Bunbury for celebrating the marriage of the Hon. G. W. Leake with Miss Amy May, at Boyanup, without affixing to the door of the schoolroom in which the ceremony was performed, a copy of the banns for three consecutive Sundays. *** The two shops lately erected by Dr, Sampson inVictoria St, are no...