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TEE VASSE COAL BORINGS. THE GOVERNMENT GEOLOGIST INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

THE VASSE GOAL BORINGS. The Government Geologist Inter viewed. Mr. Woodward must havo been greatly impressed with tho interest taken here on the coal boring oper ations in tho Southern districts, as ho graphically illustrated our anxiety to obtain the latest authentic infor mation as a case of tho ' hounds hunting tho haro.' Mr. Woodward, however, courteously coinnmnioRtod tho scanty mTonnsitiou that ho had boon a.l)l o to tacqvth'o on his (lying visit to tho hogno of tho Vas)-e boring operations,.,, now being esvrrtinl ouY umloi' tho Huptn'iyxtuufloneo of Mi\ Rood. We rogrot that the i'owhUh to ditto fire viols tWpro'n'ualu^fts uvi^Ut, l-o. domrml. by Mwew. n\oro unmovlinMy 'inkM'eat.oi'L it w Nutusf«oUvr%v\ luw* oviM1! to 8 tii.( o tlmt in Mi\ Woodward'?.* opinion tln- I'U'OgTtisH nutdo i?i not nU to^otluM1 (Ti?ttVM'Vi(Hj?hi|i\ Tho homi^ ojuM'tUioym we Wint-M-ovutttotm\ m o tywtn I'oi'tiuMl l-y ll»o hillsi o.l- t'npo Nivr-viralistp, suvf tho Darting Rau--io, and \\\ the. iwat. and...

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A RACE-HORSE DISQUALIFIED. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

A RACE-HORSE DIS QUALIFIED. Adelaide, Monday. At the Noalunga races, on Satur day, the race-horse Handover was disqualified for six months for sus picious running. He was ridden by Joe Fagg, who lately, visited, W.A., and rode Scarpia in the Perth' Cup. Fagg was disqualified for 3 months . Handover was considered to have been 'deliberately' pulled, as. he led comfortably for a mile.ahd then finished last. .-;.??-.?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

**V\ tC\ *\ Wanted. WANTED IMMEDIATELY TEAMS for Timber Hauling on the Minninup Railway Extension. Applv to ' . .. Messrs, BYFIELD and EISELEY, Boj'anup Tenders. . -.-? mENDEES for .FENCIxYG will be JL received by the undersigned till the 22nd. FEBEUAEY, for the EJEC TION, at Eel up. of about 60 CHAINS of FENCING'; top rail and 3 'wires. THOS. HAY WARD. iilPcHEAP GROCERIES PATRONISE ' J. j. TUXEORD, 'The Cheapest' ' CASH S-3?O£LSS. Highest CASH Price Given for Produce. I ' ???';;? ? L ' E. A. S01'™* Begs to notify that he HAS OPENED A Stationery & Fancy Goods Repository, (Next door to the Union Bank). Toys of all descriptions, Books, Perfumery, And Nic Nacs '?????? jn great variety. J ____ I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

George Lawrence, BUILDER, CONTRACTOR And UNDERTAKER -— PRINSEP STREET — B XT KT^IO XT H. -X\ All Orders Promptly Attended to. A LEXANDERTTTRIGHT, BUILDER & CABINETMAKER, STIRLING STREET, BUNBURY. Has a large Stock of Household Furniture, Kitchen Tables from 22s, Dressing Tables from los, Washstands from 17s, Chests of Drawers from 5os, Meat Safes from 25s, Sofa Couches from 45s, Cabinets from 50s, Violin and Banjo strings in Btock. ALSO IN STOCK : Wardrobes, Sideboards, Gipsy Tables, Pool and Curtain rings, American Chairs, Glass and Putty, and Ironmongery in great vai-iety. ALL ORDERS PROM the COUNTRY PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO ___A._ ? 8JL-A B p E| ' TAILOR & OUTFITTER,. HANDS' COTTAG-FS. Victoria Street, Bunbury. Style and 'Workmanship guaranteed. TT 1) K. O S S E E,, 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 0 S S E R. JOHN g A M S A Y, FAMILY AND SHIPPI...

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 15,1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 15, 1893. It is seldom, that we find our selves in a position to adopt both sides in an argument, or to commend the action of all parties concerned when taking diametrically opposite sides on a question of great public importance. The subject, however, ..of the extension of the Race-course as advocated by the deputation of the Race Club Com mittee, that waited upon the Municipal Council to urge upon - ' them the proprietj^ of alienating a small strip of the commonage, for racing purposes, is a matter that demands more than a cursory glance, and a brief dismissal. We are quite in sympathy with the Race Club Committee in is' efforts to grapple with difficulties that have been found detrimental to the interests of the Club, and that threaten to offer still greater ob stacles to its prosperity and sta bility in the future. On the other hand, we have the greatest admi ration for the Municipal Council in the patriotic stand it took in de termining to co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

Notices. DISSOLUTION OP PARTNER SHIP. THE PARTNERSHIP HITHE RT 0 EXISTING between J. COLLINS and D. B. TAYLOR, of Stephen-St., WATCHMAKERS & JEWELLERS, IS HEREBY DISSOLVED. The Business will in future be carried on by D. B. Taylor. D. B. TAYLOR. -vrOTICE mHIS ^^USE NO OTHER.JIS ASK YOUR GROCER FOR SLATER'S CELEBRATED BAKING POWDER. Acknowledged to be tlie Best. GUARANTEED PURE. Pronounced by all who use it to b& superior to any in the colony. igSITSold by all respectable Grocers throughout W.A, tvt 0 T I C E THE UNDERSIGNED have FOR ' SALE : Prime Breakfast Bacon, Prime Corned Pork, Extra Fine Roller Flour, Bran, Pollard, Horse Corn, Corn Sacks and Bran Bags. ALL ACCOUNTS NOW UNPAID WILL BE SUED FOR without fur ther notice. M. HAY & SON. Bunbury, Feb. 1st. pHEAP pASH TVRAPERY QTORE S. MILLER Begs to Inform the Inhabitants of Bunbury and the surround ing districts that he has opened a CHEAP CASH DRAPERY STORE. In Sampson's new^Buildings. WITH A NEW & C...

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FLOATING TREASURY BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

FLOATING TREASURY BILLS. Applications are comiiig in freely for the £250,000 worth of Treasury bills which the Government are issu in£- ? .:' Monday. The issue of treasury, bills within the colony has turned out a great success Applications were invited for a quarter of a million and over one million was tendered for.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

-OUNBUEY-BOYANUP EAILWAY. .'. NO T IC. E..;; ?'?:-. Alteration of time of departure oE train from Eoyanup on Saturday afternoons. Commencing on Saturday, the ISth insi.au t, and until further notice, the train from Eoyaimp on Saturday afternoon will leave at 5 o'clock instead of 4.30 JOHN DAYIES, General Traffic Manager, G-.T.M.'s Oflico, ' Perth, Feb. 9, 1893.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE GOVERNORS RESIGNATION DENIED. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE GOVERNORS RESIG NATION DENIED. Adelaide, Saturday. ? The Governor (Lord Kintore) has officially denied the report that he is about to retire.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

Business Notices. . By Appointment to His V. ^|||s|r R' ExcellettCy ^e Governor. ? : ROBEIIT SMITH :- — - BARRACK STREET. PERTH. Manufanturer of all kinds of Saddlery and Harness, Horse Clothing. Bugs, Etc., Etc. Importer of Si-oaa.s©s, Brusb.es, Comlas, «&o., HUNTING AND RACING REQUISITES. ALL THE LATEST — — Telegara/Etolo &, Local lEffe-ws. ? ?11 ~~ Single Copy, 3d. \ ? =o: ? -I *S Me^nG »«I 'THE BUHBUKT HEBALIV9 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. ? ? p ~ *~ '—' '' a h l D. B. TAYLOR, , PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND ? ? MANUFACTURING JEWELLER. STEPHEN STREET, BUNBURY. . oidGoldandSilverBougM Watches & Clocks kept in Stock. Tvr 0 JT ? I 0 E. I have disposed of my Practice to A .7. Davies, Esq., who holds diplomas as First Bachelor of Medicine, Master of Surgery, Licentiate of Royal Uol leees of Physicians and Surgeons, and Licentiate of Midwifery of Edinburgh and Glasgow, and registered under Imperial Act; and I trust any person requiring medical aid will apply to him, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

: Notices' '|~ M P O E T A N T IVT OTIC E. MR MARSHALL, — Qualified Surgeon Dentist — : (Of the firm of Binsay & ?Mur*liall, Dentists, Perth), ???..-?' ; Will make his next visit to Bunbury the first week in March V ? Artificial Teeth Inserted ? On the most modern principles. Perfect fit and durability guaranteed. Teeth permanently filled with Gold Platina Porcelain . etc., absolutely painlessly. We have no connection with any other firm of Dentists. We Warrant all Our Work And as previously stated shall continue these periodical visits. r MR. MARSHALL ? Maybe consulted for two weeks at Mr. J. Enimerson's, chemist Charges Moderate ! . ? ' Pkrth Address : BARRACK-STREET, (New premises specially designed for us.) TRANSFER OF LAND ACT, 1871. npAKE NOTICE that .ALFEED A. CRAMPTON, of the Harvey, near Bunbury, farmer, has made application to be registered as the proprietor of a:i estate in fee simple in possession in the following parcels of land situate in the Wellington Distric...

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TELEGRAMS. WEST AUSTRALIA. THE W.A. ELEVEN. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

TELEGRAMS. [From our Correspondent.] WEST AUSTRALIA. THE 'W.A. ELEVEN. Perth, This Day. The selection committee chose 7 more players for the W.A. eleven, which is now constituted as follows — North, Orr, Bateman,, Bishop, Duffy, Moffatt, Wilson, Randell, Scrymgour, Bird andBennett. ? ;

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The Home Rule Bill LONDON, Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

The Home Rule Bill [By Telegraph.] (From Our Correspondent.), London, Feb. 14 The new Home Rule Bill was Introduced by Mr. Gladstone in the House of Commons yesterday. The cardinal provisions of the «rae Rule Bill, introduced in 1886. will be adhered to. A legis lative body, sitting in Dublin, will 'be constituted, which will deal tDnly with Irish affairs, and will not h.ave power to do anything incon sistent with the unity of the Em pire. Equitable distribution will be made with regard to payments by Ireland to the Imperial Ex chequer. Protection will be pro vided for minorities, and with. this end in view Irish Parliament will be prohibited from . dealing with any member or with any subject which is held to be of Imperial concern. Securities are to be pi'o vided for religious and personal freedom of subject. Judges will be irremovable by the Irish Par liament. The Irish Parliament to consist of two Chambers, both elective. Eighty Irish members will remain at Westminster, but their...

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NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIAN DEFENCES. SIR JOHN FORREST'S VIEWS. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIAN DEFENCES. SIE JOHN FORREST'S VIEWS. Sydney, Saturday. Sir John Forrest was yesterday in terviewed by. Sir Geo. Dibbs on. the subject of Australian defences. Sir John Forrest said that the' Albany forts would require an annual main tenance of £5000, of which Western Australia would contribute one fourth.

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A NEW TELEGRAPH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

A NEW TELEGRAPH LINE. The ' new telegraph line from Freshwater Camp to Flint Rock is completed. It is 61 miles long.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

Ncsbit and Jergcr, Hay sti-cct, are always glad to post goods on application, ..

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CRICKET. BUNBURY V. BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

CRICKET. BUNBUItY -V. BRUNSWICK. Considerable interest was evidenced in cricketing circles in the return matchbetweentheBunburyandBruns wick clubs, which came off last Satur day on the Bunbury plain. --'In the match between those clubs played at Brunswick a, p.mmlp. r-F ?wfiP.Vs a.crn t.lip Brunswickers got 'Badly beaten, and it was expected they would make a much better show at the return match, but the result was almost the same as the first match. The ground was in first-rate condition. The direction of the crease had been slightly altered, which was a decided improvement. Messrs. Wisbey and .-Fowler! acted as umpires.- Capt. Powell won the toss for Bunbury, and elected to send his men .to the field. Capt. Marriott sent Allnutt and Gralvin to face the bowl ing of Powell and North. Allnutt by 'good play made 9, and his succes sor, Brunsden (whom we have never seen play before), succeeded in gett ing 8. McNeil then took the bat, with Offer at the other end. They made a good stand, ...

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ANOTHER NEW SOUTH WALES LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

ANOTHER NEW SOUTH WALES LOAN. ? New South Wales invites tenders in London for £750,000 : worth of treasury -bills,' which is likely to be subscribed in full- The minimum has been fixed at par.

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THE VASSE COAL BORE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

THE VASSE COAL BORE. ???? ..- ? ? -? ? ?'? The; Under secretary for. Works and Railways has received the fol lowing report of boring operations near Bnsseltoii np to tho 28th ult.— Ft. In. ' Depth of strata as previously . ' described ? 121 9 Sandstone, with fragments of ,,^.^ coal and irou pyrites in . ; places. ... ... ... 165 10 Indurated clays (still boring) 176 4

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ICELANDERS EMIGRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 February 1893

ICELANDERS EMIGRATE. Two thousand Icelanders have emigrated to Manitoba, and it is reported that the entire population of Iceland is anxious to follow.

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