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TELEGRAMS VICTORIA. NUMEROUS BURGLARIES. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893

TELEGRAMS [From our Correspondent.] VICTORIA. ? ♦ ? NUMEROUS BURGLARIES. Melbourne. Tuesdav, Burglaries are very numerous in the city and suburbs owing to the increasing distress among the poor er classes.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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STORMS AT THE NORTH. TWENTY BOATS WRECKED AT SHARES BAY. CARNARVON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893

STORMS AT TEE NORTE. TWENTY BOATS WRECKED AT SHAEKS BAT, Carnarvon, Saturdav. A heavy gale is blowing from the Eastward, and the bai'ometer is still falling. The barometer at present reads 29*37. It is feared that a strong gale is pending. No damage is so far reported, but the lighters are drafffriner. Yesterday s gale was most destruc tive. The wind rose about 10 a.m. from the Eastward, accompanied by slight showers of rain. By noon it increased to a stiff breeze. During the afternoon it continually increased in force, the wind shifting to tho N.IS'.E. By midnight the gale had reached its height. The bai'ometer fell to 29'30. This morning the town presented a very delapidated appear ance, almost every house being more or less damaged. The Port Hotel seems to have suffered most in the town, but tho houses outside the town have fared the worst. Messrs. Campbell and Massingham's houses have both suf fered severely, as also has Mr. Mar riott's late residence and the rnisaion house. The...

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QUEENSLAND. DISTRESS IN THE CITY. BELIEF FROM W.A. BRISHANE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893

QUEENSLAND.'' DISTRESS IN THE CITY. RELIEF FROM W.A. Brisbane, Monday. Considerable sums are being re ceived on account of the relief fund. Work is plentiful in the building trade, but there is much distress in the city. Perth, Monday. Meetings have been held at York and Newcastle to support the relief fund for Queensland suiferers. The amount collected in Perth amounted to nearly £400.

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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893

TOPICS OF TEE WEEK. Bishop and Mrs. Parry arrived from Bridgetown on Monday. *** News has just been received that a bush fire has encroached on the property of Mr. L. It. Armstrong, of the Black wood, and destroyed a hay-shed, contain ing 16 tons of hay, carriage house and stables, corn-shed and chaff-cutter, etc. Our Vasse friends will be pleased to see that the tender for the Boyanup Busselton railway has been gazetted, and also appears in our advertising columns. Tenders are to be sent in to the office of the Commissioner of Kail ways and Works up to noon on Tuesday, May 16th, * The s.s. South Australian arrived here from Bockingham on Thursday last, hav ing on board 7000 railway sleepers for the Perth-Bunbury railway. The sleepers were all discharged on Saturday after noon, and the South Australian left the same night for Fremantle. She will re turn again with another cargo of sleepers from Eockingharu in a day or two. **# We are informed that a requisition is talked about, or i...

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

VASSE NEWS. (From Our Correspondent.) Vasse, Saturday. I notice in my last letter a slight error was made in the report of the cricket match, Married v. Single. It should have read the married men lost four wickets in their second in nings, thus winning by six wickets, instead of only losing two wickets as stated in my letter. The five sailors who absconded from the ship Lonsdale were charged be fore the acting R.M. and M. R. Bun bury, Esq., J.P., on Monday last, and were sentenced to twelve weeks' im prisonment, and to be put on board the ship when she is ready for sea if the captain requires them. The work of unloading the Lonsdale is being carried on with dispatch. I was told yesterday that some 190 tons of rails and a quantity of bolts. etc., had been landed, so that I pre sume there must be about 250 tons discharged, besides fish-plates, et-;. The rails are being neatly stacked alongside the temporary line. The Norwegian brig Dato finished loading at Quindalup on Tuesday last, ...

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

.;. ; ,-. Kotices. pvISSOLlfTION OF PARTNER jj SHIP. THE PARTNERSHIP HITHERTC EXISTING between J. COLLINS and D. B. TAYLOR, of Stcphen-St. WATCHMAKERS & JEWELLERS IS HEREBY DISSOLVED. Tin Business will in future be carried oi by D. B. Taylor. D. B. TAYLOR. Special Notices. A PPLICATIOK for a BOARDING ? ' JL'.-rr-. i.HOIJSE LICENSE 'To the Worshipful the Justices^ of the Peace acting in and for ! the district of Wellington in C f ' '^Vcstei'n j Alistraii a. J I, MARY DUFFIELI), Shopkeepa now residing at Victoria and Cliftor Streets, in the town of Bunburyj dc HEREBY- GIVE NOTICE that it is ray intention to apply at the nexi licensing meeting to be h olden for tliif district for a BOARDING HOUSli LICENSE, in the shop or room? which I now- occupy or intend tc occupy, situated at Victoria anc Clifton Streets; not licensed. ^ Given tinder my hand this sixteentl day of February one th.onsa.nd eighi hundred and ninety- three. MARY DUFFIBLD. TTT O T . I C 1 THE UNDERSIGNED have FOE ...

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RUSSIA AND TURKEY. LONDON, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893

RUSSIA AND TURKEY. Lnvnnv. 'nVhmnrv 27 The Vienna correspondent of The Standard states that Russia is preparing to throw 40,000 troops into Constantinople. The statement has caused much alarm. It is also stated that the Russian naval authorities are in possession of complete drawings of the Austra lian defences, obtained by a spy who recently travelled through the colonies.

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

Shipping. 'V-Jk AD ELAIDI (Under Contract with tlie 'West Austra lian Government for the Con veyance of Mails) 'Will despatch their Splondid Steamship; as under : — ToBuabury Roads, Vasse Roads, and Quindalup. Flinders, Tues. Mar. 7 4.30 p.m Wo cargo received after 2 p.m. on daj of sailing. To Do?igarra and Geraldton. —.Plinders Tues. Feb. 28. 5 p.m. No cargo can bo received after 2 p.m on day of sailing. To Geraldton. Sharks Bay, Carnarvoi Roads, Ashburton Roads, Pearling Grounds, Roebuck Bay, transhipping at Roebuck Bay to s.s. Rob Roy fa Derby, Wyndham, and Port Darwin For the Colonies (From Fremantle) Al&any Monday Mar 10 4.30 p.m From Melbourne and Adelaide, wit! transhipments from Sydney. Steaxieb Leaves Leaves - ? Msr-BOPByE Adelaide Viotorian — Feb. 28. Tenterden — — EOBT. FORREST, Local Agent. '2^^E[iwv -EL PARKER ^^^^^^.AND CO.'S LINE. CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICES. From Melbourne and Adelaide. Steamer Leaves Leaves ? Melbourne Adelaide Lindus Mar. 3. March 5. For G...

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

George Lawrence, ?BUILDER, CONTRACTOR And UNDERTAKER — PRINSEP STREET — -33 XT ISTilO XT IRL Y. All Orders Promptly Attended to. 1LEXANDERWEIGHT, : -A. . ' VV BUILDER & CABINETMAKER, . . . .STIRLING- STREET, BUNBURY. ... Has a large Stock of Household Furniture, -Kitchen Tables from 22p, 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: -' ? Wardrobes, Sideboards, Gipsy Tables, . Pool and Curtain rings, American Chairs, Glass and Putty, and Ironmongery in groat variety. ALL ORDERS PROM tite COUNTRY PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO A. S . H A E p E- TAILOR & OUTFITTER, HANDS' COTTAaFS. Victoria Street, Bunbury. Style and Workmanship . guaranteed. TT p B O S.'S E R- BOOT & SHOE MAKER, Arthur Street, Bunbury. ? Best of Workmanship. Country, orxLersmpj^mpjLly^tt5nded_to_ ?????? None but the best leather used ';??'. ? in my work. H. ...

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

Nesbit-. and Jergor Hay street, have speci ally made boxes for packing watches, posted free of cosfc. — Advt. For Cheap Groceries patronise J. J. Tux FOET), 'The Cheapest' Cash Store, Vic toria Street, Bunbury. Produce bought fo cash. — Advt. . For Watch Eepairing, etc., go to J. Collins, Stephen St., Bunbury — ' The Practical Watchmaker.' — Advt. The appointment of a third inspector, in connection with tne Education. De partment, has, saj's the West Australian, been given to Mr. John H. McCollum. Mr. McCollum was educated at the Newtownstewart Model School. County Tyrone, Ireland, and obtained first prize in the highest classes for three years in succession. He was trained as a teacher under the New South Wales Education Department, and holds their certficates. Upon his application for the post to which has been appointed, he put in high testimonials from two New South Wales inspectors. Besides these he holds science certificates in mathe mathics magnetism and electricity, ani mal ...

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OUR ILLUSTRATED SUPPLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893

OUR ILLUSTRATED SUP PLEMENT. With this issue of The Bunbury Herald we publish our Illustrated Supplement, being a picture of the town of Bunbury, and several of its most prominent buildings. Messrs. Spencer and Son's hand some business premises occupy pre mier position, with an interior view, and also a view of Mr. W. Spencer's private residence, ' Bury Hill,' to gether with a view of the Bunbury Jetty, presented by the Mayor. This old established firm commands an ex tensive connection throughout the district, and has recently very largely increased its facilities for extending its operations, full particulars of which appear in our advertising co lumns. Messrs. T. Hayward and Son's new building is a prominent addition to the improving architecture of the town. This firm conducts a business extending to the remotest quarters of these districts, and may be said to hold a monopoly in the importation of agricultural and other machinery, as advertised in our business columns. ' Mr. E. M...

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GREENBUSHES NEWS. GREENBUSHES, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893

GREENBUSRES NEWS. [From our Correspondent.] Greexbijsubs, Saturday. During the last few days bush fires have made their appearance in differ ent places in the Black wood. Tester- i day one was burning between Bridge town and the tinfields. I have not heard as yet of any serious damage having been done ; i?o doubt the usual ' quantity of fencing will be burnt and | any amount of good grass destroyed, i The arsonists must have a charmed : life. We seldom, hear of anv of them being caught or punished, although | setting the bush on fire is of tener wil fully done than accidentally. Mr Geo. Pilkington has finished the school -ho ase according to his contract, and considering that it was an old building shifted, the re-build- j ing of it is certainly a credit to him. i There is a sort of smothered talk as to what is to be the pro gramme at the opening of it. I have no doubt but that the ladies of the tin-fields will be equal to the occasion, and show their ability when the time comes. Th...

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MARINE BOARD INQUIRY. Before W. H. Timperley, Esq., R.M., W. Spencer, Esq., J.P., aud Captain Ouston. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893

MARINE BOARD INQUIRY. Before W. H. Timperley, Esq., R.M., W. Spencer, Esq., J.P., and Captain Ouston. Captain Douglass Carrey, late master of the ship Ulidia, appeared to answer the following charges : 1. That he did carelessly navigate the ship Ulidia. 2. That on the 14th. rust, he was intoxicated. 3. That he allowed 10 able sea men to desert the ship. 4. That he was again intoxicated on the 15th. 5. That he neglected to make en tries in the official log book. Captain Carrey was first examined, and his evidence was fchiefiy the same as that given at the preliminary enquiry last week, with a few addi tional particulars. He stated that he was required by his charter party to discharge at any jjetty or wharf, if ordered to do so. In answer to Captain Ouston, the witness stated that he had a man in the chains to look out before staying the ship in six iatnoms or water, and Kept nim there until he let go the anchor. The anchor was of no service to the ship. When we took the ground we we...

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THE MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893

TEE MUTUAL IMPR0 VEMENT S0CIETT 3 CONCERT. The members of the Mutual Im provement Society gave their fourth entertainment on Saturday night to a large audience in the Mechanics' Insti tute. The room was oppressively warm and it speaks well 'for the in terest taken in those entertainments to see so manv atten diner t.hfi nnnp.P-pt. on such a close evening. The num ber of gentlemen taking part in the entertainment was much smaller than on previous occasions, which may, perhaps, be also attributed to the warm evening — one of the most op pressive we have experienced this Summer. Mr. John Marshall was chairman on this occasion, and Mrs. Mitchell presided at the piano. Mr. Wm. Richards opened the en tertainment by singing in a very cred itable manner, with his usual cor rectness the fane old English song ''The Bay of Biscay,' which was duly appreciated. The chairman said — Ladies and gentlemen: It gives me great plea sure to preside over this entertain ment, and to see such a large gathe...

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

Nesbit and Jerger, Hay street, aft-e ahv*ys glad to post goods on application,

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GALE AT QUINDALUP AND VASSE. THE BRIG DATO ASHORE. BUSSELTON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893

GALE AT QUINDALUP AND VASSE. ? ♦ ? THE BRIG DATO ASHORE. [By Telegraph.] [From Our Correspondent.] Busselton, Tuesday. During yesterday we experienced the heaviest gale we have had for many years past, and the sea rose higher than it was ever known to for the last twenty years. The shipping at the Vasse rode the gale out easily, but at Quindalup the vessels were not so fortunate. The Norwegian brig Dato, which had \ only finished loading with Jarrah ' paving blocks on Tuesday, and was j ready to sail for London, came ashore where she now lies with her main mast gone and full of watei\ It is feared that she will become a total J wreck. i Mr. Telverton has also fared badly | all his lighters being piled up on the beach'

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PUBLIC MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893

PUBLIC MEETING. A public meeting, convened by the Mayor, was held in Mechanics' Insti tute on Wednesday evening last, to take into consideration the best means of affording relief to the suf ferers by the Queensland floods. The Mayor, W. Spencer, Esq!, oc cupied the chair. rpi, „ m. ? ? . . ,-? x ne umurman, m opening tne pro ceedings, said he regretted the small attendance of the public at the meet ing, which was called by him at the request of five residents for the pur pose of raising a relief fund to be for warded to Queensland to assist in relieving the distress occasioned by the late terrible floods in that colony. It was now the duty of the meeting to arrange what steps should be taken in the matter of raisins: money tor our unfortunate sister colonists. Considering the flourishing state of this district, we ought to be able to raise a considerable sum, and he felt assured the people of this district would respond to the call in a manner worthy of them ; and it would be well ...

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LATEST CABLES ANOTHER HOME RULE DEMAND. LONDON, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893

LATEST CABLES [From Our Correspondent.] ANOTHER HOME RULE DEMAND. London, Febrnary 27. The American branch, of the Irish. National League, in addition fo demanding a Sovereign Parlia ment for Ireland, insists that all Protestants should be banished in order to secure peace. The condition of Ulster is des cribed as most serious, and there is likely to be an uprising should the Bill pass.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893

COMMEBGIAL INTELLIGENCE. Messrs. Thomas Hayward and Son report :— Wholesale Peice List. Galvanised Iron (Orb brand) 26 gauge, £22 10s. ton. Bar Iron, £11 10s. ton. Fencing wire (Annealed steel), £11 10s. to £12 10s. Barbed Wire (galvanised) £24. Corn Sacks, 7s. per doz. , . . , ^^ Bran Bags, 5s. 6d. per doz. '^^a Wool Bales, lOf , 3a. each. Kerosene Oil, 150Q test, 11s. Salt, fine (Black Horse), £6 10s. ton. Bone Dust (imp.), £7 ton. Flour (Adelaide Roller), £11 os. ton. „ (Bunbury Roller), £11 5s. ton. Pollard, £7. Bran, £6 10s. Oats, 3s. 3d. to 3s. 6d. bushel. Chaff, £6. ton. Potatoes, £7 ton. Wheat, 4s, 6d, Peas, 4s, 3d. Onions, £8. Sugar, £22 10s. to £28 ton, Tea, Is. 3d. to 2s. lb. March 1st,, 1893

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893

THE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1G93. The public meeting held on Wed nesday last in the Mechanics' In stitute, to organise a movement in aid of the sufferings and destitution caused by tie disastrous floods in Queensland, was not so well at tended as might be desired. It is satisfactory however, to find that the paucity of attendance can in no way militate against the success of the humane and generous pro ject for which the meeting was convened. With thousands of families rendered houseless, home less and destitute by a terrible ca lamity at — comparatively speaking — our verv doors, a erenerous, sym pathetic, _ and spontaneous relief must be the outcome of any and every appeal on behalf of the suf ferers from this appalling visita tion. The representative status of the gentlemen who attended the meeting, and the promptitude of the decisive steps adopted by them, is an evidence of an intentiou to grapple in a practical manner, pro portioned to the magnitude of the unprecedented catastrophe...

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