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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 February 1893
Shipping. -^ ? -v AD ELAI.DE ?^sS&zlMsssis&Bi* (Limited) (Under Contract with tlie West Austra lian Government for the Con vey an ce of Mails) 'Will despatch their Splendid Steamships as under : — ' ? To Bunbury Boads, Vasse Eoads, and Guindalup. Flinders, Tues. Feb 21 4.30 p.m. No cargo received after 2 p.m. on day of sailing. To Dongarra and Geraldton. —»'» *£££. 1 Im° Flinders Tues. Feb. 28. 5 p.m. No cargo can bo received after 2 p.m on day of sailing. To Geraldton. Sharks Bay, Carnarvon Eoada, Ashlrarton Roads, Pearling Grounds, Boebuck Bay, transhipping at lloebuck Bay to s.s. Rob Roy lor Derby, Wyndliam, and Port Darwin. South Australian Marcli'V 5p'm' For the Colonies (From Fremantle) Bullarra Sunday. Feb 10. Noon From Melbourne and Adelaide, with transhipments from Sydney. q»T?i'ir»T- Leaves Leaves Melbourne Adelaide Albany Feb. IS. Feb. 21. Vretorinn — I — 1 ? 1 HOBT. FOEREST, Local Agent. ~*^-'ftx TT U D D A R T ?gf^i^frk -ti PARKER ^ffiligissfc»AND OCX'S ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 February 1893
Gi-eorge Lawrence, BUILDER, CONTRACTOR And UNDERTAKER — PRINSEP STREET — B- XT KTilB XT H. T5T. All Orders Promptly Attended to. A LEXANDERTTTR1GHT, 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 55s, . Meat Safes from 25s, Sofa Couches from 45s, Cabinets from 50s, Violin and Banjo strings in stock. ALSO IN STOCK : Wardrobes, Sideboards, Gipsy Tables, Pool and Curtain rings, American Chairs, Glass and Putty, and Ironmongery in great variety. ALL ORDERS FROM the COUNTRY PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO A. S ir - E p *? TAILOR ? & OUTFITTER, HANDS' COTTAGFS. Victoria Street, Bunbuiy. Style and 'Workmanship guaranteed. HP K, O S S . E H-, ? . JL . BOOT & SHOE MAKER, Arthur Street, Bunbury. Best of Workmanship. 'Country orders promptly attended to None but the best-leather used in my work: II. P R 0 S S E R. JOHN TO A M S AY, jLfcj ? ? F...
THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22,1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 February 1893
THE BUIMBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22, 1893. THE.auxiety and alarm experienced last week for the safety of ? the ship Ulidia, which grounded in a spot considered somewhat dan gerouswhenseekiug her anchorage, brings into fresh prominence the inefficient appliances and insecure state of the harbour. The dan gerous condition of things in this quarter has long been apparent^ and frequent references have been made to the Uovernment on the subject without effecting any relief or remedy. As, however, more at tention is at the present day paid to local representation of local needs than were accorded them in the past, we again ventilate the subject in the hope that some at leas,t of the requirements needed to remove the threatened dangers of the port to shipping, may be at tended to. It is now many years ago since the moorings of the har bour got into an inefficient condi tion, and on many occasions since their inefficiency, and in some in stances their absence, have im perilled the safet...
BUNBURY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 February 1893
BUNBURy PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. . '-.. The month]}1- meeting of the Pro gress Association was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Monday night last. There was only a small attend ance, probably because no important business was on the notice paper. In the absence of the President and Vice-Presidents, Mr. Jas. Moore was voted to the chair. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. A^ letter was received from Mr. John Partridge, askino-to be snnnli'prl with a copy of the rules of the Asso ciation, as the residents of Brunswick intended to form a similar Associa tion. , The secretary was requested to supply Mr. Partridge with a copy of the rules. A letter from the Public Works Department was read informing the Association that Mr. Pendleton had been instructed to raise 30 to 50 tons of coal from the Collie coal-field with a view to having the steaming quali ties of the coal practically tested on the Southern- Western railway loco motives, and also stating that if the Colli...
THE GROUNDING OF TEE ULIDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 February 1893
THE GROUNDING OF TEE ULIDIA. As we predicted in our last issue, the efforts of the officers of the ship Ulidia, to kedge her off, were wholly successful. At six o'clock that even ing the vessel moved a little when a strain was put on the kedge, and as there was an unusually high tide at the time (fully 1° inches higher than when she. struck), advantage was taken of the increased depth of water to float her. The donkey en gine was Kept naming uu mu hcujju line, and the increasing northerly swell lifted her up, giving her stern some nasty thumps on the bottom, and as she rolled the sound of her grating on the bottom could be heard distinctly at the shore end of the jetty. However, every time a very heavy swell rolled in it helped the kedge lines and drove the ship a-head several yards, and a little before ten o'clock she was afloat all over, which satisfactory result was made known to the people ashore by the cheers of the working men on board. When the pumps were examined it was foun...
VASSE NEWS. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 February 1893
VASSE NEWS. (From Our Correspondent.) Vasse, Saturday. The Capel races are drawing near yet no official programme has as yet been published. The sooner it is published the better, if those concerned wish to see a good meeting. The hon. sec. informs me that it was a mistake about there being aponyrace and that it should have been a Gallo way race — a handicap of one mile, to be run in heats ; height not to ex ceeded 14 hands 1 inch. How the mistake £?ot into the list furnished. me I cannot tell ; it most 'certainly stated a pony race. '?' In writing of races reminds me that from the.reports published lately that the Bunbury Race Club is meet ing with considerable opposition at the hands, of some of your Municipal Councillors respecting the small piece of land asked for out of their com monage. Fortunately our Council lors are not of the same mind ; other wise we would most likely have had no -races here last December. I think it is a great pity that any opposition was thrown in their...
ARREST OF MR. DE COBAIN. LONDON, Feb. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 February 1893
ARREST OP MR. DE COBAIN. London, Feb. 20, Mr. Wesley de Cobain. formerly member for Belfast, who it will be remembered bolted to Spain a year ago and was expelled the House of Commons for refusing to sui'render to arrest on a grave and disgust ing criminal charge, lias returned to Belfast and been' arrested. Mr de Cobain was President of the Irish Wesley an Sunday School, and Grand Master of the Belfast Orange Institution. The details of the charge are said to be very disgusting.
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 February 1893
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. We are informed that the ship Ulidia is making very little water. This is an agreeable surprise considering the grind ing she had on the rock on Wednesday night last, * # * We have been asked to remind the members of the Women's Christian Tem perance Union that tlie monthly meeting will be held at the Mechanics' Institute on Thursday (to-morrow) at 4 o'clock. A few days after the cricket match hetwoen the Bunbury and Brunswick clubs, a challenge was sent by the Bun bury club to the, Vasso club to play a game at Bunbury on Saturday week. No answer has been received to the chal lenge, but it is most likely to bo accepted The last match between these two teams was played at the Vasse two years ago. * # # A Bill has been introduced in Texas for the suppression of lynching, the large number of instances in which this mode of punishment has been adopted of late having determined the authorities to sup press it. Tlie Bill, however, contains a curious clause expressly pe...
MEETING OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893
MEETING OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. The usual monthly meeting of the District Board of Education was held in the Mechanics' Hall on Monday last. Present : Mr. W. Spencer, J.P. Messrs. Woodrow, Buchanan, and Hay. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. It was resolved that Mr. Woodrow write to the Central Board, urging them to have the erection of the Brunswick School proceeded with at once, as it will be undesirable in the interest of the scholars that the prs sent building be used during the coming winter.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893
Among the passengers for the Eastern Colonies by the O.R.M.S. Orizaba which arrived from Colombo on Saturday (says the (Albany Advertiser,) was Miss Jessie Ackerman, the celebrated American temperance lecturess and President of theWornen's Christian Temperance' Union of Australasia. Since Miss Ackermau left this colony she has travelled, in con neetion with her mission, over Japan, Burmah and a large portion of India. In . the latter country Miss Ackerman says she met with most gratifying success among the members of the British troops in India. Owing to having been pros trated with fever Miss Ackerman had to leave off work and is now on her way to the colonies for a change and much needed rest.
THE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893
THE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. The following are the subscriptions towards the Queensland Relief Fund: Collected by Me. 0. Wisbet. £ s. d. W. Spencer ? 10 0 0 C. Wisbey ? 2 0 0 G. E. Teede ... ... 10 0 T. W. Paisley ? 0 10 6 J. Withers ? 110 W. H. Timperley ... 110 J. Moore ... ... 110 G. C. Spencer '... ... 10 0 A. E. M. Spencer ... 10 0 N. J. Moore ... ... 0 10 0 Hy. Caporn ? 0 5 0 A. T. Spencer ? 0 10 0 0. E. Teede .... ... 0 10 0 B. Prosser ... ... 0 10 0 G. A. Fee ? 0 3 0 J. E. Hands ? 1 ' 1 0 J. Illingworth ... ... 1 1 0 D. Flood ? 0 5 0 J. J. Tuxford ? 0 5 0 S. Miller ? 0 5 0 T. Hayward ? 110 E. Forrest ? 10 0 H. Stanley ? 0 10 6 J. H. Naylor ... ... 0 10 0 E. M. Clarke ... ... 10 0 J. and H. Gibbs ... 0 10 0 J. Sloan ? 10 0 P.D.Barrett ... .-. 0 10 6 A. Chapman ... ... 0 5 0 T. Brown ? 6 10 0 J. P. Casserley... ... 0 5 0 A.W. Hough ? 0 2 6 W. F. Green ? 0 2 6 H.Weiss ? 0 5 0 A.Wright ... ... 0 2 6 H.Prosser ...... 0 2 6 W.A.Atkins ? 10 0 J.Marshall ... ... 0 10 0 E.J. Cartwright ......
THE BATEMAN-O'GRADY DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893
THE BATEMAN-O'GRADY DRAMATIC COMPANY. Mr. George Warren, the business manager of the above celebrated com pany, arrived in Bunbury on Sunday last by the s.s. Nemesis, from Fre mantle, to complete the arrangements here for the re-appearance at the ...... Mechanics' Institute, on Wednesday and Thursday, March 8th. and 9th., \ after an absence of eighteen months, . of tiie Bateman-O'Grady Company, %vho will be remembered by all theatre going people in Bunbury, for I the manner in which they produce ! their plays. The company is much ! stronger than when here last, and in cludes the famous young Australian actress, Miss Alice Player, Mr. Frank Gerald, and the ever popular Frank Bateman, and W. B. O'Grady. On Wednesday, March 8th. they will produce Geo. R. Sims latest, and most successful comedy-drama, entitled — ' In fear of the Law.' a comedv full of bright and sparkling music, and j one in which the latest London songs j and dances are introduced. The ma- ! nager will bring new and el...
SPORTING. THE CAPEL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893
SPORTING. THE CAPEL RACES. The following are the weights for the Capel races to be run next Wed nesday : Galloway. st. lbs J. Cooper's Tremoloua,... ... 8 7 McDaniel's Belle, ? 8 0 Moulton's Bachelor I, ? 8 0 Scott's Iris, ? 7 10 ?Rilev'a Wild Rose ? 7 9 Payne's Bar One, ? 7 8 Hutton's Forget-Me-Not, ... 7 5 Scott's Pride, ? 7 6 Dawson's Mayflower, ? 7 2 Capel Stakes. Cooper's Tremoladdo, ? 9 6 Payne's Orphan. ? 9 0 McKay's Fitzjames, ? 8s10 McDuniel's Dagmar, ? 8 0 Teede's Luna ? 8 0 Locke's Gold and Black, ... 7 7 Moulton's Coronet, ? 7 5 Higgins* Dreadnought ? 6 12 j Moore's Padlock, ? 6 10 Flying Stakes. Payne's Orphan, ? 9 10 McKay's Fitzjames ? 9 0 McDaniel's Dagmar, -. ? 8 10 Locke's Gold and Black, ... 8 7 Teede's Luna, ? 8 5 Moulton.s Coronet ? 8 0 Cooler's Carbine, ? 8 0 Moulton's Bachelor II. ? ... 7 10 Moore's Padlock, ? 7 0 Locke's Minos, ? 6 10 The choice of players to represent Western Australia, was finally made on Wednesday evening last. The selection has given gene...
WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893
WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD MEETING, ? & ? At the usnal monthly meeting of the Wellington Roads Board held in the Mechanic's Institute on Saturday laBt, there were only three members present — viz., Messrs* Johnston, Clif ton and Baldock, In the absence of the Chairman (Mr. J. Trigwell), Mr. Johnston was voted to the Chair. After the minutes of the previous meeting had been read and confirmed, the following accounts were passed for payment : £ s d V. C. Mitchell, repairing culverts, Blackwood-rd. 10 0 W. Adams, repairing, cul vert & clearing tree on Harvey-rd ? 10 0 T. Trigwell, clearing tree. Blackwood-rd ? 15 0 A. Shivers, advance on con tract, culverts, Collie-rd 20 0 0 P. Dunn, clearing pool at Australind, _ ? 15 0 J. Maguire, jr., clearing timebr off road between Boyanup and Dardanup 10 0 H.E. Reading, advertising, 2 0 0 W. Marriott, work on the Harvey-rd ? 16 4 0 McNeil and Co., timber for Brunswick bridge ... 2 10 0 Letters were read from Messrs. Trigwell and Spenc...