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

Business Notices. By Appointment to His V. ^^^fe.^e- K- Excellency the Governor, — : ROBERT SMITH :- — - BARRACK STREET. PERTH. Manufanturer of all kinds of Saddlery and Harness, Horse Clothing. Bugs, Etc., Etc. Importer of Sponges, 3E32rus.s3a.es, -C?o:i23.Tb-s? ^fco., HUNTING AND RACING REQUISITES. . ALL THE LATEST - — ? B3?e3.©gE'SiT53a.l.O a§5 ULaOQE&IiL IB0'©'-Ssi7'Ei. ? = '11 ' ? ? ??' ? Single Copy, 3d. y ? :o: ? ?{ Per Quarter, 3s. 'THE BTOBTJBY HEBA1JV9 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. ? —-II — aHi Bo Bo TAYLOR*, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, AND ? -, ? MANUFACTURING JEWELLER. STEPHEN STREET, BUNBUBY. Old Gold and Silver Bought Watches & Clocks kept in Stock. JjONDON , JgAKERY ? i WILLIAM GEO. COEBETT, (Late of London) Fancy Bread and Biscuit Baker, Victoria-St., Bunbury, Begs to inform the. public of Bun bury that he has commenced business as ? BAKER AND CONFECTIONEE And trusts by strict attention & civility to secure a fair share of patronage, ORDERS PROMPTLY AT...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 1 March 1893

\ ROSE HOTEL— The most central Hotel in Bunbury. The most \ popular Billiard Room in the Colony. J. C. Illingworth, Proprietor, Bunbury. /     WM. SPENCER & SON, General Importers, Merchants, and Produce Dealers, Victoria and Stephens Streets, Bunbury. ~~\ ? ? ? , ? ^?^^-— ? ? ? - ? ^_ii^it)--.^_^v _ ? _/\^ ? ? ? — 'BUNBURY HERA.LD' Newspaper and General Printing Office, Bunbury. VIEW OF JETTY, Bunbury.             This Picture Presented by Win. Spencer, J.P., Mayor of Bunbury. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Bunbury. ? View Presented by J. II. Din: on, Esq. t ? ? ^^ — .. ? r^y ? — rrrrrr VICTORIA HOUSE— J. H. Dixon, Auctioneer, Commission, Financial, Stock, Station, and Law Agent. Loans Negotiated. Victoria Street, Bunbury. \ ? /ASM- 1 \ JOHN EMMERSON, Chemist and Druggist, Stephens / /fiSm I] X Street, Bunbury. Sola Agent for the Sale of / ^^^W^ ^j_/v these Views iu Bunbury. y^f^...

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BUILDING CATASTROPHE AT FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893

BUILDING CATASTROPHE AT FBUMANTLE. . ? j± ? . On Saturday one of the most deplor able building accidents of recent years in this colony occurred at Fremanlle. The building under notice is situated on the east baak of the Swan river, about 400 yards from the railway bridge. It was four stories high, with a tower, and had two wings, each two stories. Two men were insiae tne building, and were en gaged on the basement in the act of send ing up supplies when the building col lapsed upon them. The others were either at the top of the building or in front on the scaffolding. The contractor (Mr. J, Philpot), was standing imme diately in front of the building, and was about to call the men for their p.?,y when ihe accident occurred. One man was killed and eight injured.

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MORE FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893

MORE FLOODS. Heavy floods are ' reported from Bega, where 9ins. of rr.in fell on Saturday.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. THE FATAL FIGHT. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893

NEW SOUTH WALES. THE FATAL EIGHT. Sydney, Tuesday. Five avresLs have beennwde in connection with the fatal prize fight, in which one oC the com batants was killed. Aninquesii on tbe body of ilie vLtim was opened and adjourned.

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SPORTING. PORTSEA WINS THE AUSTRALIAN CUP. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893

SPORTING. POETSEA WINS THE AUSTKA LIAN CUP. MEi/DOUitXE, Tuesday. To-day is Australian Cujd Day, and it is again raining. The incle mency of the weather may be ac countable for the moderate attend ance at the races. The following are the results : Maiden Plate. Joh.nath.an ... ... 1 Vendetta ? 2 Dundee ... ... 3 Sires' Produce Stakes. Patron ... ... 1 Madras ... ... 2 Zeph ... ? 3 Hurdle Race Victim ? .., 1 Escort ? 2 Indolence ... ... 3 Australian Cup Portsea ... ... 1 Sternchaser ... ... 2 Culloden ? 3 Won by half a length. Time, 4min. 3j sees. Junior Handicap Moth. ? 1 Fortunate ... ... 2 Gampo ... ... 3 Bourke Handicap Bevei'ley ... ... 1 Autonomy ... ... 2 Tinbiown ... ... 3

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Late Telegrams. VICTORIA. A MYSTERY CLEARED UP. MELBOURNE, March, 6 [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893

Late Telegrams. ? 'v ? [From Our Correspondent.] VICTORIA. ? $, ? A MYSTERY CLEARED UP. Melbourne, March, 6 The Footscray mystery has been cleared up. It transpires that a lady and her husband were sailing in a small boat, which got aground near Footscray, whereupon the lady exclaimed, fjokingly, 'Don't drown me.' Her husband then lowered a small sail, which spectators thought was a woman's dress. Hence the alarming rumour which was circulated shortly afterwards.

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

TOPICS OF THE WEEK. The s.s. Flinders is a day behind her regular time this trip. She will arrive here to-morrow morning. # # Sir John and Lady Forrest and Sir James and Miss Lee Steere, arrived at Perth from Albany at 11.30 a.m. on Mon day morning. # The Newmarket Handicap run at Memmgton on March 4th., was won by Fortunatus, Malolo second, and Hero third. #*# The boring tools on the Collie Coal field has been moved from No. 17 to No. 18 bore, a distance of over 60 chains to the Jb.S.E. The boring is down 81ft. in the No. 18 bore. *** # It has been decided to send a team picked from the Bridgetown and Green bushes Cricket, Clubs to play Bunbury, Vasse, and Brunswick Clubs during race week. Arrangements will be made later on. In connection with the Queensland flood the greatest phenomenal rainfall ever recorded occurred at Copmanhurst, on the Blackall Ranges, on February 1st when 35-7l4ins. of rain fell. The record is authenticated by the chief of the weather bureau. **# A cricket m...

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THE GOVERNMENT DOCK LABOURERS' WAGES. AN INTENDED RISE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893

THE GOVERNMENT DOCK LABOURERS' WAGES. AN INTENDED RISE. In the House of Commons on Monday, Mr. Campbell- Bannerm an Secretary of State for War, an nounced that the Government in tend shortly adopting a higher standard of wages in the Govern ment dockyards.

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THE QUEENSLAND BELIEF FUND. ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893

THE QUEENSLAND BELIEF FUND. ADDITIONAL SUBSCEIPTIONS. The following are additional sub scribed towards the Queensland Re lief Fund up to Monday last : By Mr. Bedle — £ s d D. Eedle ? 10 0 Ernest Marshall ... 5 0 W.March ? 10 T. Marriott ? 5 0 G-. W. Meredith ... 2 6 By Me. R. H. Rose— R. H. Rose ? 110 Mrs. Rose, senr., ... 2 6 1 W.Reading ? 10 0 Jas. Rodgers ... 10 0 I W. Rodgers ? 5 0 Jas. Rodgers, jr. ... 4 0 1 J. Rodgers ... ... 5 0 1 A. Jffi. Ulifton ... 2 6 J. B. M. Clifton ... 10 0 Denis Rodgers ... 2 0 Lea Allnutt ... ... 5 0 I X.T.Z ? 4 0 Bessie Rose ... ... 10 Lena Rose ... ... 10 J. Martin ... ... 5 0 P.Rose ... ... 5 o R. H. Rose, jr. ... 5 0 J. A. Fowler, ... 5 0 I By W. Spencer & Son — Miss Delaporte ... 7 6 T. Hastie ? 5 6 J. F. Ryall ? 10 0 C. Gardiner... ... 5 0 J. McAndrew ... 2 6 R. Hall ? 5 0 COLLECTED BY ME. WlSBEY — Collected at Moorland 12 6 J. G. Baldock, ... 50 W. Howard ... ... 5 0 I J. Tuckey ? 5 0 W.Gibson ... ... 5 0 W. G. Tomkinson ... 10 0 Geo S...

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WRECK OF A GUN-BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893

WRECK OF A GUN-BOAT. ^ The French gunboat Labourdon & nais has been wrecked on the coast of Madagascar. Twenty-three of the crew were drowned.

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

VASSE NEWS. (From Our Correspondent.) Vasse, Saturday. There is an old saying that delays are dangerous. I regret that this has been the case ?with the brig Dato after she had finished loading at Quindalup. In my last letter I reported that she had completed- her loading in the quick time of sixteen days, and was to have sailed on Monday last; instead of which — as I reported by wire on Tuesday — she was stranded on the beach and in all probability -will be come a total wreck. Her main-mast went soon after she struck, and her hold is now, I hear, full of water. All Mr. Telverton's lighters with the exception of one were also driven ashore by the wind and sea. This one lighter happened to be hauled up tor repairs and was washed off the skids and left high and dry further up. I have not heard what damage, if any, has been done to the lighters, but I heard to-day that the Paragon was floated, so that I presume the damage was slight — let us hope so. The sea was higher and the. wind str...

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THE RELIEF FUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893

THE RELIEE EUNDS. The subscriptions to the Queens land Relief Funds amount to seven thousand.

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VICTORIAN FINANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893

VICTORIAN FINANCES. Sir Andrew Clark, acting Agent General of Victoria, in a speech at Hampstead on Saturday, ridiculed the notion that the colony's securi ties were weak.

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A TOWN SUBSIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893

A TOWN SUBSIDING. The town of Sandgate, on Ken tish coast, is likely to be completely destroyed owing to subsidence. Recently half of the town has quietly slipped into the sea. The subsidence is attributable to the blowing up of wrecks ue&r tLe i shore. !

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

Special Notices. WILLIAM SMITH, BEGS to intimate 'to the inhabitants of BUNBURY and Surrounding Districts that he has COMMENCED BUSINESS as QABfNET fVPAK^R, UPHOLSTERER, AND UNDERTAKER, At LONDON TERRACE, BUNBURY. Tt Manufactubes of - S \fl SAFES, -1—1 __ H I | - — u -H DRAWERS, ^^^ -H 1 ? — j— 3E1L©=ga1fc'oJ3r©c3L ij p-j ? - ? A t}]3.e S3a.oarb@sti hr Jtsl. Li r . WARDROBES, _ KTotioe. J« ri — = ? L— im: ? 0 ? jj I| SIDE BOARDS, Funerals |J j-^ JQ| Conducted. L ^DINING TABLES, ? 0 ? T R LOWEST lf& KITCHENTABLES T f 1 , ' ? : ? -*- POSSIBLE VA ^j Etc., Etc. T PRICES. LJ .0 |sj p PLANS DRAWN. SPECIFICATIONS MADE OUT. BUILDINGS IN COUESE OF ERECTION SUPERVISED. (Late of G. 'W. Floyd's.) ? Agricultural Implement maker and General Blacksmith, ? Begs to intimate to the General Public that he is about to start business in Bunbury as above, and by strict attention and turning out good work, solicits a share of public .-, patronage, A.P. is prepared to make ALL KINDS OF AGRICULTURAL...

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

George Lawrence* BUILDEE, CONTEACTOE. And UNDERTAKER — PRINSEP STREET — BU.N.BURY. ?All Orders Promptly Attended . to. ALEXANDER TTTR I GHT, VY . BUILDER & CABINETMAKER, STIRLING STREET, BUNBURY. Has a lai-ge Stock of Household Furniture, Kitchen Tables from 22s, 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 great varietj*. ALL ORDERS FROM the COUNTRY PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO AQ H A S P E, TAILOR & OUTFITTER, HANDS' COTTAGES. Victoria Street, Bunbury. Style and 'Workmanship guaranteed. HP B, ? O & % 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 SOS S E R. J 0 II N J- ...

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893

? — ? : THE WEDNESDAY, MARCS 8, 1893. ? ? _ ? ? As an evidence of the power of organization the Licensed Victual lers Association stands promin ently forth in its resuscitation of one of the greatest social problems or the ?nrespnf, rlmr c,t-_.l ? x ^j. kjd,uatananism and the drink question are the chief constituents of the subject the association has set itself to re solve, m connection with the agi tation for the reform and liberaliz ation of the liquor laws. Until tins body came into existence last year the community ™ ap_ ? ? parently, in happy ignorance of the fact that our Wines, Beer, and Spirit Act was unsuitable to our requirements. The special mission of the association to protect the in terests of publicans appears to have become obscured in the greater magnitude of the new ob ject of its solicitude— the interest of the public. The first indication of the projected storm that has ruffled the surface of the public temperament and monopolised the columns of the Metropolitan...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893

— i ? GOMMEBCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ? ? -? ? report8-- Thomas Hayward and Son Whoiesalb Price List. Galvanised Iron (Orb brand) 26 gauge, £22 10s. ton. Bar Iron, £11 10s. ton. Fencing wire (Annealed steel), £11 10s. to £12 10s. Ga]™Aed Fencing Wire, £15 10s to £16 10s. Barbed Wire (galvanised) £24 Corn Sacks, 7s. per doz. Bran Bags, 5s. 6d. per doz. Wool Bales, 10f , 3s. each. Kerosene Oil, 150° test, lls Salt, fine (Black Horse), £6 10s. ton. Bone Dust (imp.), £7 ton. Flour (Adelaide Roller), £11 5s. ton. P Vi i l?b,nry RoIler)- ^11 5s. ton. Pollard, £7 10s. Bran, £6 10s. Oats, 3s. 3d. to 3s. 6d. bushel Chaff, £6. ton. Potatoes, £7 10s ton. Wheat, 4s, 6d, Peas, 4s, 3d. Onions, £8. ' Sugar, £22 10s. to £28 ton, Tea, Is. 3d. to 2s. lb. Cement 19s 6d cask. March 8th, 1893.

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

... Business Notices. :::.:-.'-'- ?', ,'' . By. Appointment to His ; V: 9^^^^^^f Ri Excellency the Governor, ?x^^.;-—: .ROBERT SMITH :-— - : ' :?:;, -;:^ BAR R AC k : STREET. ? -^'h ^^*^':/'iX:-- -v--.. w---.^-:' ^E-4-T'Hv^: I'm* 'w? -nT0t7™ -. ?-.'?- ????,? .??::? ? ;_ Manufan'turcr of all kinds of .... : .. ' ??:?:.; -?? /^Eadcllery and Harness,../ ? ?;??'/. fT ? ?;:;;; v ?-. r ', ; ^ i :x'T -? Horse ^-Clothing.--- ; . . ? ?;? . . ? : \ : ' ' ::?'': ;'tr7- ?'?'?''.';? ';;:; ;- ? -'? ' ':RugB, Etc., Etc.. ...,:..;, -'.-? .;.?..?.; ? . ?? ?? . '?' ' Importer of . ? ,: .. ; ; '.;; ' j J, ..,.,. ^Sponges,- Bruslies, Combs, «&P-?. /?.'.'. HUNTING- AND RACING REQUISITES. , ???'.''??.:' ?'..??' ? ALL THE LATEST . ' .. ' ????? .;;;.; ..,,,;,;'; ? , , . ,?.?,.. ?;;?--. — ?- \\ . ' ? ': , . '' ? V'''^'V: Single Copy, 3d. }- ? :o: ? ?{ Per Quarter, 3s. 66 TTTTi'1 1RTTWTRTTTR1T ? TT-IRl'R AT/O 95 ... ' PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. . ,' ,'. vv^'\;\:.'r .a[;H;-L;.. ; ? ; :;?.,, ' :J '??:?...

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