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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

CRICKET. ? $ ? The cricket match, Married v. Sin gle, came off on Saturday, and result ed in a win for the benedicts. The sides were chosen by Messrs. Paisley and Powell. In the case of the mar ried men, who were in full force, the difficultv Mr. Paislev had to contend with was, not who to accept, but who to x'efuse. : In the selection of the single nxen, the captain (Mr*. Powell) had little choice of selection. The wickets were pitched at a little before three during one of the hottest days we have experienced this year. How ever, soon after the game commenced loud peals of thunder were heard from east and nor'th, which reduced the oppressive heat. The married men went first to the wickets, W. Hislop and C. E. Spencer batting in splendid style, scoring respectively 18 and 21 J. Hislop and Dr. Lovegr-ove being next highest, with 8 and 5 to their credit. The first innings closed for 65. The single men put 53 together, of which Powell contx'ibuted 27 by good play. The married then wen...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

CORRESPONDENCE. (To iKe Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) Sie, — I notice that the steamship companies of the colony never state in their advertisements the passenger rates between Fiemantle and the other calling places of the colony. This is surprising considering the opposition existing between Huddart Parker and Co. and the Adelaide S.S. Co. I consider the pas'senger Fates are excessive. We are charged by the Adelaide S.S. Co. £1 from Fre niantle to Bunbury — a ran of about 8 or 9 hours ; and from Bunbury to the Vasse — a 3-hour run — we have to pay 10s. It is to be hoped that now a new line has been established, ^fc- passenger ra1 es will be considered as well as freight when reductions are made. — I am, etc., Traveller.

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DEATH OF MRS. GRACE RAMSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

DEATH OF MRS. GRACE RAMSAY. We regret to have to record that Mx's. Grace Ramsay, of Minnxnup, died at the residence of her sistex*, Mrs. M. Hay, in Bunbury, after a short illness, yesterday afternoon at 3.30 p.m., at the advanced age of 75. The deceased arrived in the colon v in 1858, and resided in Bunbury until she removed to Minninup where for many years she successfully conduct ed, in conjunction with her son, Mr. W. C. Ramsay, the busixress of the Minninup farm. Mrs. Ramsay up to two months before her death enjoyed excellent health, and was only brought into Bunbury last week, in order to be near her medical attendant. Her end was somewhat sudden, but at her advanced age. was not altogether un expected. The deceased was widely known and highly esteemed, and dur iig ht-r long residence made many friends, who will deeply mourn her loss. She was one of four sisters re siding her-e, whose united ages totalled 300 year-s, the survivor's being Mrs. Forrest, Mrs. M. Hay, and Mrs. Rich...

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VASSE NEWS. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

VASSE NEWS. ? 9 ? (From Our Correspoxdsxt.) Vasse, Saturday. The weather has been fearfully hot of late, possibly this may account for the non-attendance to-day of the per sons who, it was expected, had a ' rod in pickle' for our member. Be this as it may, there was but a very small muster at Mr. Cookworthy's meeting, the smallest muster ever known. So far as the Qnindalupites are concerned, a great many of the lesidents are busy thrashing, and helping to load the ship at Quinda lup, and, therefore, unable to attend. It, was, however, looked upon as a certainty that there would have been a fair muster from Wonnerup, but in this we were disappointed. All went on smoothly, and there were present — the Mayor (in the chair), Messrs. Rose, Smith, Thurkle (2) Pries (2), Longbottom, Reed, Prqsser, Bovell (2), Gruerrier, Knapton, A. Layman, Vines, Hough, Robinson, Gr. Barnard, junr., Capt. Noyes and Reed. The Mayor having declared tho meeting opened, called upon Mr. Cook worthy to address t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

Notices. IVT O T I C E. I have disposed of my Practice to A. J. Davics, Esq., who holds diplomas as First Bachelor of Medicine, Master of Surgery, Licentiate of Royal Col leges of Physicians and Sux-geons, and Licentiate of Midwifery of Edinburgh, and Glasgow, and registered Tinder Imperial Act ; and I trust ayX-ESJ*§2IL_ hirn, who, night or day will respond to the call. JOHN SAMPSON. [a carp.] Dr. A. J. Davies May be consulted until further notice atMr. J. Emmerson's, Stephen-sfc. J^ONDON BAKERY. WILLIAM GEO. CORBETT, (Late of London) Fancy Bread and Biscuit Bakfir, Yictoria-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 ATTENDEE T 0. Bread and Confectionery delivered to any part of the town. Kesblt. and Jerger Hay street, have speci ally made boxes for packing watches, posted iW of cost. — Advt.

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LATEST CABLES. LYNCHING IN AMERICA. AN INNOCENT GIRL HANGED. LONDON, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

LATEST CABLES. y ? ' ' [From Our Correspondent.] LYNCHING IN AMERICA. AN INNOCENT GIRL HANGED. t London, February 3. A. lynching case, in which, an in ^ nocent girl was the'Victim of the anger of the infuriated mob, is re ported, from Texas. A young girl, who was suspected of having poisoned some children who were under her care,, was dragged from prison and hanged by a mob, who took no notice of her pitiful protestations of inno cence. They afterwards riddled the girl's body with bullets. The girl was perfectly innocent, as a neighboring farmer has since confessed to having poisoned the children.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

For Cheap Groceries patronise J. J. Tux pobd, 'Tho Cheapest' Cash Store, Vic toria Street, Bunbury. Produce bought for cash. — Advt. ? ^^ For Jewellery Repairing, or Manufactur ing, go to D. J3. Taylor, Stephen Street— ' The Practical Tradesman.'— Advt. Nesbit and Jerger, Hay street, lire always glad (o pout goods on application.

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SCENE IN THE IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. LONDON, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

SCENE IN THE IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. London, Febz-uary 3. Colonel Sanderson creatod a very exciting scene in the House of Commons last night. Referring to the policy of the Government concerning the release ^gg» of the Irish dynamiters, he referred to the father of Mr. JMcFadden as a murderous ruffian. The Irish members, thereupon, rose together, and amidst howlino and yelling, demanded the with drawal of the objectionable expres sion. — The Speaker ruled that an accu rate designation of any person out side Parliament was perfectly in order. The excitement immediately re commenced, and Mr. Gladstone im plored the Irish members to have patience. Colonel Saunderson ultimately withdrew the remark by substitut ing the expression that Mr. Mc Fadden was thoroughly representa tive of Home Rule sympathisers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

Nesbit and .Jerger, Hay street, receive fresh consignments of Jewellery and Elec troplate cvfirr inuiL _, ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

Wanted. 'WASTED IMMEDIATELY TEAMS for Timber Hauling on the Miuninup Railway Extension. Apply to Messrs, BYFIELD and EISELEY, B 03a imp WANTED TO LEASE.— SMALL BLOCK of Land in the town ^ Bunbury. Also — To rent a Cottage ? Apply to Wm. SMITH, Cabinet maker, Btmbury. WANTED.— A TEAM to Laul Jarrah Timber at Honey and Co.'s Saw-mills, Crooked Brook. Also — A Good Handleman. Good 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. ^P^CHEAP GROCERIES PATRONISE I. L TUXFOBI), ' The Cheapest' o.a_s3:o: stohh. Highest CASH Price Given for Produce. C. J. II ° v G H STOREKEEPER & DRAPER, VASSE. JUST ARRIVED— A large Stock of LADIES' GENT'S & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. 1 . C. J.H ° v G * V A S S E, -GENERAL BLACKSMITH, WHEELWRIGHT, And Manufacturer of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. CAETS, CARRIAGES, WAGGONS, &c. On the Shortest Notice. pHEAP pASII T\ It APERY QT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

George Lawrence, BUILDER, -' CONTRACTOR Axd UNDERTAKER — PRINSEP STREET — 3B XT 2ST.:B XT IE*. 1ST. All Orders Promptly Attended to. A L EX AND ERTtT RIGHT, BUILDER & CABINETMAKER, STIRLING STREET, BUNBURY. Has a large Stock of Household Furniture, ':f^^^clien Tables from 22s, 40L~ ? ---—Dressing Tables from 15s, Washstands 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 ring's, American Chairs, Glass and Putty, and Ironmongery in great variety. ALL ORDERS FROM the COUNTRY PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO AO HARP E, TAILOR & OUTFITTER, HANDS' COTTAGES. Victoria Street, Bunbury. ' Style and Workmanship guaranteed. TT p R O S S E R, BOOT & SHOE MAKER, Arthur Street, Bunbury. Best of Workmanship. . Country orders promptly attended to None but the best leather used in my work. H. P R O S S E R. JOHN JJ A M S A Y, FAMIL...

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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

TOPICS OF THE WEEK. ,*. ? ? ^ The s.s. Al bany on her last trip ex hibited remarkable despatch in discharg ing her' cargo, having landed 150 tonB in five hours. * e « The bandmaster's bugle sounded the assembly for the first timo on Friday evening last, when the Rifle Volunteers mustered for their initiation into the mysteries of military drill. 4& * * The Eev. P. J. Gibney, of York, is at present on a visit to Bunbury, and is the guest of the Eev. H. Brady. The Eev, gentleman's visit is, -we understand, for the benefit of his health, -which, we regret to say, is not of th .- best. We trn st, how ever, that his sojourn in oir salibrious climate will do him much good. * $ e A subscription-list is now lying at the hotels- and many of the stores to provide brass instruments for a band to be formed in connection with the volunteers. The amount required is about £40, and this small sum we feel assured will be readily subscribed. An efficient band is a desi deratum in every town o...

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8, 1893. In a recent assue we sounded . a note of warning at the extensive circulation and general acceptance of a rumour to the effect that the celebration attending the opening of the railway line from Perth to Bunbury, was to be held at Pin-, jarrah. We have not been suc cessful in our efforts to trace this preposterous assumption to its source, but in the course of our investigations, we find there exists a wide-spread feeling of uneasiness, indignation, and alarm at the per sistency with which it has come to be generally regarded, that strong efforts are being made to induce the authorities responsible for fche management and arrangements of the ceremony of opening the South-western Railway line, to concentrate the demonstration at the village of Pinjarrah. We feel assured that it is not too late — and we are equally confident that it is not too soon — to ventilate this im portant subject, with a view of in viting the co-operation of the town...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL MEETING. ? 4 ? The monthly meeting of the Coun cil was held on Monday night, when there were present — The Mayor axid Crs. Moor-e, Clarke, Maxted, Floyd, Banting and. H, W. Gibbs. When the minutes of the previous meeting had been read and confirmed A letter', supported by Messrs* A. Knox Brown, F. E. Stafiord and W. B. Mitchell, jr., was read fx'om the Race Club, asking that a piece of ground adjoining the race-course be made over to the club out of the com monage. A vote being taken resulted as fol lows — . Against granting it, ... 4 For ,. „ ... 2 Majority against ? 2 A letter from the Progress Associa tion re new cemetery and public pai'k was ordered to be acknowledged and considered at next meeting. With reference to a letter from Dr. Sampson, asking that the footpath opposite his new shop be raised, the Counc,l resolved that the;letter stand over till the foot-path is inspected by the Council. A letter was read from Mr. Hay ward, asking that the Council find m...

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HEAVY FLOODS. THREE QUEENSLAND TOWNS SUBMERGED. BRISBANE, Feb. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

HEAYY FLOODS. THREE QUEENSLAND TOWNS SUBMERGED. [By Telegraph.] [From our Correspond e-\t.] Brisbane, Feb. 6. Feaxvf ul floods are occurring in poi' tions of the colonj'. There has been no communication between Too woomba and Brisbane since Friday night. The following telegrams have been l-eceived at Perth from Ipswich : ' Owing to the incessant rains the hiffhesfc flood ever known in the history of the town is being ex perienced. The two churches and a bank are completely submerged. The flood is caused principally by the back, waters of the -Brisbane river running towards the town.' 'At Bundamba scarcely a house is visible, and many people have fled for their lives to the neighboring hills.' A later telegram says. — ' People are ixx tire streets, knee deep in mud, removing their furniture to higher localities. Rain is still falling, and the river is xusing.' The Sydney mail and all the ox'di nary traixrs to Brisbane are blocked at Redbank. ' Goonda is completely submerged.' A dread...

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THE BLACK WATCH. LONDON, February 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

THE BLACK WATCH. London, February 6. The first battalion of the Black Watch has arrived at Cairo from Gibraltar..

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THE SITUATION IN HAWAII. LONDON, February, 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

^ THE SITUATION IN HAWAIIJ London. February. 6. A despatch rsceiyed at Wash ington, U.S.A., from Hawaii, states that the provisional government has been recognised by Great Bri tain.

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Mr. Cookworthy at Vasse. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

Mr. Oookwortliy at Vasse. — 4 — (By Our Reporter.) Mr. Cookworthy, M.L.A., addressed his constituents in the Weld Institute Busselton, on last Saturday afternoon Mr. G. W. Barnard (Mayor) in the chair. The meeting was poorly at tended, but the speaker got a fair hearing. Tho Chairman said the meeting was called for their member to give an account of his stewardship. He was, however, sorry to see such a small number of persons present. Mr. Cookworthy said : — ' Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen, I am sorry to see such a small attendance here to-day, as I had hoped that now the people have the Government in their own hands, they would have taken more interest in political matters. At the end of this month, the popu lation will have exceeded 60,000, and before long it will be the duty of the authorities to order another election for the Upper Plouse, and it is quite possible we may have a general election in May. Should that be the case, Parliament will be called in June or July, and 'the Gov...

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COLLIE COAL. MR. WOODWARD INTERVIEWED [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

COLLIE COAL. ME. WOODWAED INTERVIEWED Mr. W. B. Woodward, Government Geologist, arrived in Bunbury from a visit to the Collie coal field yesterday and proceeded by mail coach to the Vasse the same afternoon. On Mr. Woodward's arrival in Bunbury, a representative of The Bunburt Herald waited upon him and solicited an in terview, which Mr. Woodward very courteously accorded. Our representative stated that the Collie coal field was locally considered a source of wealth beyond the dreams of avarice, hence any information on the subject of the progress of opera tions in that quarter would be highly esteemed ; and he would be glad to know if Mr. Woodward's present visit had any special significance, and if he was correct in assuming that hie visit was occasioned by the decision of the Government to raise a quantity of coal for the purpose of testing its quality. Mr. Woodward : ' Yes ; I have visited the Collie coal field for the purpose of prep axing a report to guide the future action of...

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THE IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. LONDON, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893

THE IMPERIAL PARLIA MENT. London, February -4. Mr. Gladstone, in the House of Commons yesterday, replied to Mr. Labouchere's amendment to the Address-in- Reply, with regard to Uganda. He said the Government awaited authentic information be fore forming a final judgment as to Uganda. The Address-in-Reply has passed the House of Lords. Later.. In moving his amendment to the Address-in-Reply, Mr. Labouchere said it would be disgraceful for the Government to quit office without doing something to precipitate the evacuation of Egypt by Great Bri tain. Mr. Gladstone replied that the Government were striving exter nally and internally to maintain or der with regard to Egypt. During the occupation they would endea vour to preserve harmony with the native Government, and would not let the Egyptian question drift. Speaking of Uganda; he said the Government had implied that Sir Gerald Portal would exercise the g| authority in that country in the ™ interim between furnishing his report and the ...

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