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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893
Business notices. ' ? By Appointment to His V. MJbiM? Bl Excellsac7 the Governor. ? _? 'ROEEET SMITH '— — =? B--A RRACK STREET. PERTH. Mannfanturer of all kinds of ? . . - ,'', .Saddlery and Harness, - - Horse Clotliingv ?;?-. ??:. ? Eiigs,vEtc, Etc. ??' : ' : Importer of -,-.-.. . Sponges, Bnsislies, Oo:e3£033, «&o., HUNTING AND EACING REQUISITES. ? AIL THE LATEST ' ' ..'..?? . ? ^©jLegg^STipISaJ.© &D XaOOEJJL ISSf«ei7£7'S.— — — . ? ? ? . ' . ' = ? __^ 11 S= ? — — Single 'Copy, Sfi. h ? -:°: ? -I 'S2 la9*aim& J®a 66 THE BUKTBUBT HEBAMV9 PUBLISHED EYEKY WEDNESDAY. . ? ??'?? — ? MM^^— — n= ? -. — :-' .'.????.? , a h Si ? - ??? , ;.: ? ????' JJa _Oo JL-£&- JL Aj\J JDup - - -.?--?_- , PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND : ; ; ? MANUPACTURING JEWELLER. STEPHEN STREET, BUNBURY. Old Gold and Silver Bought - Watches & Clocks kept in Stock. . Shipping. .-? . ? -j *.. AD ELA I I) E ?S^fcm s.-s. o o., . (Under Contract with the West Austra lian Government for the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 February 1893
Notices. BOOTS! T-OOTS!! T)OOTS!!! _D D Now showing at LONDON HOUSE, BUNBURT The lai-gest 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 b} THOS. HAYWARD & 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. THOS. HAYWARD. Bunbury, 2nd Jan. 1893. NOTICE. 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 BETTFR VALUE Than any ' Cheap Cash Store.' lg§5T3ring the money, and we ?will treat you well ; and those who have not got it at present, come and get credit. Prime English York Hams, Is. od. lb. M, HAY & SON. 14th Dec, 1892, TO th...
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. The Albany Cup. a handicap of £110, ?was won by Nemesis; The Crash and Durable running a dead' heat for second place. ? ? ? * * # - The Registrar-General publishes a notice in the Government Gazette, of the 2nd. inst., calling the attention of the clergy to the provisions of the Marriage and .Registration Ordinances. * Constable Buck reported that one of the bridges between Bunbury and Picton was destroyed by a bush fire. Con veyances hare, in consequence, to make' a circuit round the road when travelling between the places mentioned. ?% The train from Boyarrap on Saturday afternoon will, commencing next Satur day, leave that station at 6 o'clock in stead of 4.30 as at present, This al teration was necessary to enable the train to call at the ballast pits on the out journey. It will leave Bunbury as usual at 3.30. * * * A novel cricket match was held last month at Saddington, England. The match was played on the ice, the players wearing skates. The first team mad...
GROUNDING OF THE SHIP ULIDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893
GROUNDING OF THE SHIP : ULIDIA. .-. ???-.-: ?????''?-? The ship Ulidia (Captain Carey,) with abput 3000 tons of railway ma terial- ok board came in sight on Sun day last, but remained outside till the following, morning, when she had to.beatfup the harbor against a south east wind. When, the vessel came close .up,. Mr. Maxted, who went out to pilot the ship, offered his services, but he was either.misunderstood, oi1 the captain thought he could bring the vessel: in himself. He, unfortu nately, came too far to the westward, and grounded about 100 fathoms from the wharf. . The ship was run ning at a good speed at the timeshe struck, and there are very little hopes of getting her off until she is lighten ed of some of the material on -board — :2000 tons of which, has. to' be dis charged ? in Bunbury. The lighters not having arrived , f rom Fremantle, nothing could be done to lighten the vessel, and the agent. Mr. Thos. Hay ward, wired up, urging the im mediate despatch of the lighters,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893
. Nesbit and Jergcr, Hay ' street, receive fresh 'consignments of Jewellery;. and Elec troplate every mail. . . . .? ...... ; '? For Cheap. Groceries patronise J.. J: Tirx pord, ;' The Cheapest' Cash Store:, Vic toria Street, Bimlmry. Produce bought for cash.— Advt. '-'?' .; ',-. - :, .; !? For Jewellery Repairing,-, or Manufactur ing, go to D.'B.' Taylor, Stephen Street— :- The Practical Tradesman.'- Advx. ' . .
BISHOP PARRY'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893
BISHOP PARRY'S VISIT. — — * — — - His Lordship, the Right Rev. Dr. Parry, who is at present in Bunbury on a tour of his parishes was enter tained by the members of the Church of England at a social in the Mechan ics' Institute last evening. The was a . very good muster of members .present, both old and young. The hall, which had been most tastefully decorated ??with, ferns, flow ers and evergreens, reflected great credit on Mr. Burchani, who had succeeded in giving the room a most inviting appearance. : The refresh ment tables lost nothing by the con trast with the gay appearance of the ?room. They were temptingly laid out with fruit and cakes, besides a good ?supply of tea; etc. -?'?Altogether, the tables and the room did great credit to those engaged in the getting up of the entertainment. V The first item on : the' programme was a well-executed overture, by Miss Foss, which was followed by ' Who Can Tell ?' by Miss A. :'? Timperley. The well-known glee, ' Hail ! Smiling Morn'. ;w...
LOCAL COURT. (Before W. H. Timperley, Esq., R.M. and W. Spencer, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893
LOCAL COURT. (Before W. H. Timperley, Esq., R.M. and W. Spencer, Esq., J.P. Mutton v. Higgins. Claim — £8 15s, 7d., for goods .supplied... Mr. Stanley appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. Dixon for defendant. The case was adjourned on the last sitting of the court' for 'wanfrof sufficient' evidence, some of the items in the account beina' disputed. Mrs. Hutton, wife of the plaintiff, sworn, stated that she supplied.most of the goods to the daughter of the defendant for her mother, and booked the amounts in the day book. Se veral of the items were for glasses of liquor, and in one instance for 16 glasses in one bottle ; but it was ex plained that 6 glasses were first put into the bottle, and afterwards 10 glasses were added, but as the daughter was in the habit of drink ing glasses of liquor at the house, some of the first supply might have been consumed before the other 10 were put in. A considerable amount of other evidence was submitted by both the. witness 'and Mr. Hutton to prove the...
GREENBUSHES NEWS. GREENBUSHES, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893
GRUKNBUSEES- NEWS. [From .our Correspondent.] . : ;?? : -Greenbushes,' Saturday'; --;- The weather for a 'fortiiiglit 'has' been most peculiar ; sudden changes froni rather, hot to cold weather have been the rule of late. About a week ago we had a bit of a 'thunderstorm, but only a slight shower of rain fell. At Dumpling Gully Mr. George Giblett and Mr. Robinson had a nar row escape from being, struck by lightning. It struck the ground five or six yards from, them and rose up over a large jarrah tree ten yards further away from them, knocking pieces out of the top of it. A sort of a jumping case was tried by the Registration Thursday. It was rather a mixed-up affair. It appears that a miner asked two other miners to bottom a shait with nim. 1 under stand there was nothing- said as to whether they were to be sharers in the claim or were to be paid wages. They worked on for some time and, as 1 believe, struck payable tin . It seems that the miner who asked them to help him wished to g...