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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893

r George Lawrence, BUILDER, CONTRACTOR Axd UNDERTAKER ' — PRINSEP. STREET.— 3s xr.:Dsn:s xr :el -x\ .All Orders Promptly Attended to. JLEXANDERTTTRIGHT, BUILDER & CABINETMAKER, ., ' STIRLING STREET, BUKBTJRY. Has a large Stock of Household ~ . Furniture, Kitchen Tables from 22s, Dressing Tables from 15s, WashBtands from 17s, ' Chests of Drawers from 55s, Meat Safes from 25s, . Sofa Couches from 45s, Cabinets from 50s, Violin and Banjo strings in stock. ALSO IN STOCK : Wardi'obes, Sideboards, Gipsy Tables, Pool and Curtain rings, American Chairs, Glass and Putty, and Ironmongery in great variety. ALTj ORDERS FROM the COUNTRY PROMPTLr ATTENDED TO A. ': .S H A E * E- TAILOR & OUTFITTER, HANDS1 COTTAGES. Victoria Street, Bunbury. Style and 'Workmanship guaranteed. TT p H. O S S S S, BOOT & SHOE MAKER, Arthur Street, Bunbury. Best of Workmanship. _. ? JC_QUntry_ordersjpj:ojn]itly_atteiid^djfco None but the best leather usecl ' ? in my work. ' H. P ROSS E R. .-; T ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893

Business .Notices. !By Appointment t« Sis V. 9^^^&^^f &? Excsllency the Governor. ? .. — ? ? . liU-Dl^lii u Mil 11 . ? : ' BARRACK STREET. PE 11 TIL Manufanturer of all kinds of -. Saddlery and Harness, Horse Clothing . . . Rugs, Etc., Etc. , Importer of S^OZS-gOS., ISsrVLB'ki.&By C7O332.T3S, «SfcO., HUNTING- AKD RACING BEQUISITES. , OP BUNBURY AND PUEMANTLE, : ''Desires to thank the public of Buubury and the surrounding Districts for their liberal support, and would' still invite them to And see his SPECIAL BARGAINS, now being laid out. ' J, McHESRY CLARK is throwing out from his large Surplus Stock, GREAT BARGAINS, OF DRAPERY AND CLOTHING. . -ALSO BOOTS AND SHOES EARLY INSPECTION INVITED. — ? -«3'. IB^oZOZeaaLEry' Ols^r'ls:, ? : — ? ' ' BUNBUET AND 3TREMANTLE: ; IX B. ' TAYLOB5 PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND ? — — -MANUFACTURING JEWELLEB, STEPHEN STREET, BUNBTJRY. Old Gold and Silver Sought Watches & Clocks kept in Stock. Shipping, -wjk ADELAIDE ?^^^^^^^z...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893

Notices. 'HOOTS! pOOTSli pOOTS!!! 'Now showing at LO1STD ON HOUSE, B -TT'lTB TJ R T . The largest stock of BOOTS — BOOTS Ever shown in Western Australia, which, will be sold at the LOWEST POSSIBLE MARGIN OF PROFIT. Direct from Paris, Germany, North - ?ampton and London, PARTNERSHIP TVTOTICE I have, .This Day, taken my son into PARTNERSHIP. In future the Business will be carried on by THOS. HATWARD & SON. ALL ACCOUNTS for last year MUST BE PAID or arranged for BEFORE 1st FEBRUARY 'NEXT, or they will be placed in the hands ?of a' Solicitor for recovery. TEOS. HATWARD. Bunbury, 2nd Jan. 1893. ?ex ? . ? _ ? — U O T.I C \E. If you- ?want to LAY OUT YOUR MONEY TO GOOD ADVANTAGE ' In the purchase of Christmas supplies, come to THE UNDERSIGNED Who, in reality, ARE GIVING BETTER VALUE Than -any ' Cheap Cash Store.' _.. tI5pT3ring the money, and -\ve -will treat ??you well ; and those 'svlio have not got it at present, come and get credit. Prime English York Hams, Is. 5d, lb. M, HAY &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893

? *& ? — ? =55 ? v WANTED IMMEDIATELY fTlEAMS for Timber Hauling on the JL Minninup Railway Extension. Apply to Messrs, BYFIELD and RISELEY, Bcyanup WANTED TO LEASE.— SMALL BLOCK of Land in the town Bunbury. Also — To rent a Cottage Apply to Wm. SMITH, Cabinet maker, Bunbury. WANTED.— A TEAM to haul .Tarrah Timber at Honey and Co.'s Saw-mills, Crooked Brook. Also — A (rood Handleman.^ fibod, wages to a good man. Also— A Good ' Spotter ; one used to spotting logs at a saw-mill. None but good men need apply.— W. J. CONNOR, Crooked Brook Saw mills. Special Notices. IpTC-HEAP GB0CEBIES PATRONISE J. J. TTJXTOD, ' The Cheapest' O.i&_^:S STORE. Highest CASE Price Given for Produce. C. J. H ° v Q E- STOREKEEPER & DRAPER,. VASSB. JUST ARRIVED— A large Stock of LADIES' GENT'S & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. C. J. H ° u G H V A S S E, GENERAL BLACKSMITH, WHEELWRIGHT, And Manufacturer of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. CAETS, CARRIAGES, WAGGONS, &c. On the Shortest Notic...

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CRICKET. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893

CRICKET. Perth, This Day. Arrangements for the visit of the cricket eleven to the other colonies is proceeding. The first match is fixed for Adelaide against eleven of South Australia for March 27, 28, 29, and 80. The match, against a Victorian eleven commences on April 1. The eleven will be finally selected in a montli's time.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893

CRICKET. ? ^ ? The cricket match between the Bunbury and Brunswick teams came off last Saturday at Brunswick, and resulted in a very decided win for the Bunburyites, the Brunswickers only just managing to secure in two innings the number — 50 — obtained by the Bunbury team in their first innings, thus compelling the Bunbury boys to take the wickets again to make a score and win. The day was one of the finest we have experienced this season. A beautiful cool breeze was blowing all day, and the sun was shaded by light clouds towards the ond of the game,; which was concluded much earlier? than was expected. It was arranged between the captains (Mr. A. Pow ell for Bunbury and Mr. W. Marriott for Brunswick) that the wickets would be drawn at six o'clock, and if the game was not concluded by that hour the match should be decided by the first innings. The ground, though hard, had a much better appearance than last year, and the crease matting was laid down very level; but the hard ground b...

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SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893

SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. A meeting of the District Board af Education was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Monday. Present — W. Spencer, J.P., (chair man) Rev. A. Bnchanan, D. A. Hay and the Hon. Sec, Mr. Woodrow. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The matter of the Brunswick school site was discussed, and the secretary was asked to write to the Roads Board recommending that the old road from Mr. Perrins' to the Ommaney Line be closed. The question of repairs to the Brunswick school was considered, so that the building could bejj habitable until the new school was built. The secretary was asked to write to the Central Board urging that the building of the Brunswick school be started at once. Mr. Woodrow read a letter from the Central Board, in which they stated they did not consider the ap pointment of H. Trig well as pupil teacher, for Bunbury Boys' School a suitable one. Mr. Woodrow said that since then Jos: A. Moore, formerly of Newton, Stewart, County Tyron...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893

I^esbit and Jerger, Hay street, are always glad to post goods on application. Nesblt. and Jerger Hay street, have speci ally made boxes for packing watches, posted free of cost. — Advfc.

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VASSE NEWS. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893

VASSE NEWS. (Feom Our Correspondent.) Vasse, Saturday. The question is often asked here ?' When are we going to have any rain ?' Everything is exceedingly dry, and a few Bhowers of rain would do the world of good to our swamp crops. The Karridale telegraph line, I hear, is finished to about some 4 or 5 miles beyond Mr. Yelverton's furthest landing, or within 5 or 6 miles of the Margaret River. The contractor for Margaret bridge had a lot of difficulties to contend with. He has had to erect a pump and pump the water out of the pool to reduce the depth, so as to be able to place the bed logs in their proper position. Mr. Reed paid them a visit of inspection during the week. It is reported that the work is being push ed on now that the water has been reduced in the pool. Oii Wednesday sports and a picnic was held on the beach near New Town The sports', which consisted of horse rac'-n?-, jumping, etc., were for people living at or near New Town, and all passed off wellj winding lip with...

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WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893

Wellington roads board. The usual monthly meeting of the Board was held on Saturday last at 2 p.m. Present — Mr. J. Trigwell (chair man), and Messrs. J. F. Johnston, J.P., J. Maguire, W. Eeading, A. Clifton, and. T. Bal dock. A deputation from the Wellington Race Club, comprising Dr. Lovegrove, and Messrs. Brown, Stafford, and W. B. Mitchell, junr., secretary of the club, waited upon the board to re quest authoritj1- to close and divert the roads skirting the racecourse leading to the Vasse, to enable the space now occupied by the road to be enclosed for the purpose of erecting a grand stand, saddling paddock, and tho better to exclude the non-paying public from viewingjjthe races.. The deputation offered to defray the cost of advertising the closing of the road by the board, and to clear and form a road outside the extended boundary of the course equal to the present track, which was never used. After considerable discussion it w&s resolved that the Race Club be au thorised...

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SALE AT THE CAPEL. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893

SALE AT THE CAPEL. (communicated.) The auction sale by Mr. Wallace Prosser, at the old Capel Mill, on Friday last, of the personal estate and effects of the late Mr. George Payne, was, carried out in every way satisfactory, the lots numbering some 180, and realizing good prices. The hoi'se, ' Boy' brought the goodly figure of £107. The place of sale would appear to be somewhat in teresting, and several gentlemen from Bunbury availed the oppor- ? tunity of the sale to pay a visit to the 'Old Mill.' The mill is not visible until you are right upon it, and it would be difficult to believe that there really was a mill there, hidden as it is in a very pretty, and somewhat romantic valley of the Capel River ; and the noise of the gigantic water-wheel, some 18ft. in diameter when in motion, reminds one of the old water mills at ' Home.' The water power, which is governed by flood-gates, is obtained about a-quarter-of-a-mile from the mill, and is conveyed to the mill along a a raised artifi...

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(To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893

(To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) Sir. — It appears we are living m an age of innovations. Fancy His Lordship, the Bishop, writing down to the Resident Magistrate, request ing him to call a meeting of the rep - resentatives of the Church of Eng land to meet His Lordship, who will consult with the narishioners on im portant matters connected with the church. Last Easter two Church Wardens were elected (people's and clergyman's) and I cannot help think ing the proper . course _ to pursue would have been that His Lordship should have communicated with Mr. Paislev, the people's warden. A Supporter of the Church.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893

Hotices. J^ONDON JJAKERY. WILLIAM GEO. COBBETT', (Late of London) Fancy Bread and Biscuit Baker, Victoria-St,, Bunbury, Begs to inform the public of Bunbury that he has commenced business as BAKER AND CONFECTIONER And trusts by strict attention & civility to secure a fair share of patronage, ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Bread and Conf ectionory delivered to any part of the town. FOUND.— A PURSE Containing between £30 and £40. ^ Owner can have same by describing it satis factorily. — OWEN O'NEILL, near B anbury.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 February 1893

CORRESPONDENCE. ? A ? [We are always willing to give insertion to letters of explanation or interest, but we wish to distinctly state that vre do not ne cessarily endorse the opinions expressed, or the language used, by our correspondents. Our ideas of passing events will be found in our local and editorial columns.] ( To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) Snt, — When is the Council to have a plank for Elliot's Point cutting so that the public can get across dry shod ? As it is at present, one has to wade through water two feet deep. The public are indignant at the man ner they are heing treated by the dilatoriness of our corporate body, seeing that we were promised this convenience over two months ago both by the Mayor and several of the Councillors. One of the Public.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. SYDNEY, Feb. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

NEW SOUTHfWALE'S. ? * ? ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. — Sydney, Feb. 4. At the Newtown Police Court to day, Lydia Clara Rowley was chax'g edijwith attempting to commit suicide. This was the woman who took chloro clyne in order to kill hei'self, after her lover, Robert Hastings, committed suicide. The magistrate I'egr-etted that the legislature made no pro vision for binding persons in cases like this on their own recognizances. He ordered the woman to be im prisoned till the x'ising of the coux*t.

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TASMANIA. THE FEDERAL COUNCIL. HOBART, Feb. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

TASMANIA. THE FEDERAL COUNCIL. Hobart, Feb. 4. At the sitting of the Federal Coun cil yesterday the third reading of the Federal Garrison Bill was agreed to. Sir John FoxTest continued his oppo sition to the Bill. ' It was resolved that a Standing Committee be appointed to consist of the senior member for time being of each colony r-epx-esented in the Coun cil, with the exception of Fiji, and that the Victorian member be ap pointed chairman. It was decided that the next session of the Council be held at Hobart. Sir John Forrest thanked Tas mania for the hospitality and kind ness shown to the visitors. Melbourne, Feb. 7. The Federal Council delegates were entertained by the Ministry at Menzie's Hotel yesterday. Several impor-tant speeches were delivered.

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DISCOVERY OF FRESH WATER. ALBANY, Feb. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

DISCOVERY OP FUESH WATER. Albany, Feb. 7. Fresh water has been discovered by Mr. Bayley, in charge of the South Australian Boring Party (Eucla) at a depth of 500ft. There is a supply of 1,500 gallons per day.

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A RICH FIND. GERALDTON, Feb. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

A RICH FIND. Geraldto.v, Feb. 7. Continual liimoui's are being re ceived from the new Murchison fields of rich finds of gold. At Wilson's x'ush one man has discovered a 500oz. nugget, and another of 141bs. weight.

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TELEGRAMS. WEST AUSTRALIA. YILGARN GOLDFIELDS. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

JLJiL Jitr It A Mo. ? * ? [Fkom Our Coerespondent]. [B? TEI.EGRA.Pltv] WEST AUSTRALIA. ? is, ? TILG-AEN GOLDEIELDS. Perth, This Dav. The 'Wax-don at Tilgarn telegraphs: ' Returned from Bayley's. Water on the x'oad is becoming short, and the px-ice for it on the field is 2s. per gallon. Have given gcnex-al ex emption until 1st. of May. There are about 400 men on the field. Rae side has opened up soak water at the granite rock, twenty-five miles west of workings. Alluvial gold being obtained in various quantities. Am unable to visit Dnndas fields, bo cause want of water in that diiec txon.'

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A WORD FOR OUR ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

A W0HD F0H OUR ADYESTISEE8. ? JL ? Mr. Slater, of Victoria Street, has sent to our office a sample of his Baking Powder, aiid we have had it tested. It has produced the best scones and cakes we have ever tasted, and when an art'cle of such superior quality can be produced by one of our rosidents, it should cer tainly be patronized. . * * In our advertising columns will be found the advertisement of Mr. 11. J. Gooch, of the Criterion Hotel, Perth. Mr. Gooch has been long and favorably known in this branch of business, and his numerous friends will be pleased to hear that he has assumed the management of the favorite hostelry in Hay street, a splendid position for doing a brisk trade that Mr. Gooch is especially competent to conserve and increase. * * * Mr. T. Englert, pianoforte tuner, begs to inform the residents of .Bridgetown and district, that ho has arrived at Bridgetown, and is staying at Scott's Hotel, where he will be happy to receive orders for pianoforte tuning until Friday...

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