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Correspondence. MR. DE HAMEL'S ADDRESS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892
Correspondence. MR. DE HAMEL'S ADDRE'SS; TO THE EDITOR. Sir,— The- following paragraph ap peared as a telegram from Bunbury in the Inqiiirer-, October lsts1 ? 'A- requisition is going the rounds of our town inviting Mr..De lidmel to ad dress the inhabitants in the Mechanics' Institute on Political subjects ??'But the right thinking part of the community have decided that no such insult to our member be tolerated, and no speech be heard.' . Mr. Editor, T was not aware we «-^ had any such person as- this- in our W midst. Who is this Political prodigy ? Who is this gentleman that stands forth as- the: judge of right; minded ness in. Political matters ?? ;the very fact of ?him posing himself as' such proves to any sensible man that if he is- possessed of any mind at all itmunt be what is called' a very narrow one indeed. -. As to the meeting being an insult to Sir John Forrest, no person intended it as such, and if I am not mistaken no one will regret such an effort as this to ? gag the...
Proposed Rifle Volunteer Corps. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892
Proposed Rtfie Volunteer Corps. About two months ago the idea . of starting a Rifle Volunteer Corps was first mooted by Mr. John Marshall, who is an old volunteer. He inserted an advertisement calling a meeting of those interested in the matter. .A; largely attended meeting was held in the Mechanics' Institute, arid Captain. Thomas Jjovegrove voted, tqthe chair. The movement was-, received with much enthusiasm, and a large number put down their, names as willing to .join. A strong committee,. consisting, of Captain Lovegrove, Major Stanley, and Messrs. Woodrow, Smith, Spencer,: Stafford, and Marshall were appointed to carry the matter through. Mr. Marshall was appointed secre-; tary, and instructed to write .to Major Phillips, Commandant of ..the local forces, asking if, in the event of a suf ficient number of names being obtain-; ed, permission would be given to form': a Corps. To this the Commandant' replied that it would be necessary to ' obtain the names of those willing to join...
Bunbury Local Court. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1892. (Before W.H. Temperley, Esq., R.M., and W. Spencer, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892
Bunbury Local Court. Tuesday, .October 11', 18§2. (Before W. ? H: Teinpeiiey, Esq., R.M. , and W. Spencer, Esq., J.P. ' Atkins v. Selbo'urne, ?'''? Miv Stanley appeared for plaintiff. . .This was a claim for goods supplied, £27 6s 5d. There was no: appearance of the de fendant, -and Judgin_ent'was given for-N^. the amount, with- costs; torbe paid by instalment8 of £2 per mon:th. North v. Has'tie. -Mr Lovegrove for the plaintiff.- The-defendant was sued for the amount of a Bill of Ex change, £38 7s 6d, to which was added £1 4s Id, charges for noting bill, ' and expenses. The : defendant disputed portion of the expenses, and judgment was given for £38 10s 7d, and costs. The defendant -disked for time to pay the amount, but Mr. Lovegrove' objected, and pointed out that the bench had- no power to make any order, as the amount was over £20. Judgment for plaintiff for the amount, with costs, to be paid in fourteen days; J. B. Mitchell v. Harknetfc. This claim had, been decided by the cour...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892
?TO THK~ EDITOR.- ? f . .SfRj-^-Tlie hot season will soon bo here, and the usual worrying ques» tions are beginning to tbrriient the Pater Familiar. 'Where can we go for fi week or . two ?' 'Where can we send our families to escape the heat- of Perth, and catch a erlimpse of the sea?' Do you not think that this is a good time to expatiate n little on the natural beauties and health-giving properties of your town? Is not tins a proper time for your City Council to consult, and see if anything can be done to make Bun bury more . attractive,- or more healthy, even' tlian it is ? At least its' attractions can be advertised. In Bunbury yon have delightful walks, the causeway, always coolh' pleasant, on a hot and weary day,, drives through the' 'Dardanup lanes, and chances for the angler, or the one who wishes to ensnare ? the festive crab. . Surely Bunbury is the haven we Perth people want to hear of, the place where we can enjoy a summer's holiday. I have no doubt at all of the future b...
THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892
THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12,1892. The decision of the Government in respect to the site selected for the Bunbury Railway Station, cannot fail to meet with the unanimous approval of the town. From the point of convenience there was little to choose between the alter- nate routes considered by the Go- vernment as most suitable. The position chosen - the lagoon — has however, the advantage of being at present — and probably for some time to come will remain — the most central spot that could have been selected, whilst the work of recla- mation preliminary to the erection of the buildings maybe regarded, as the initial step in a most impor- tant undertaking, absolutely in- dispensable alike to the health and prosperity of the town, and to the permanence and early suc cess of our railway traffic. In the opening stages of our railway en- terprise we cannot look for the full fruition of its advantages from that remunerative support that will naturally — but very gradually — a...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. October 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 October 1892
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ? ^- PORT OF BUKBUEY. Abeivals. ?: ? . 1 October 6. Theresa, schooner, 50 tons, Ueid, from V sse. - October 6. : -Flinders, s.s., Tait, from Vasse. 1 . October 9. v Victorian, s.s., from Fremantle. ' Pas sengers j For Bunbury — Mesdames Knox and Kerr ; Messrs. Reading, Evans, Kuox. JBatemen, Walker, Kerr, Hondrickso'n, Byan, Mowa't, Walker, Chapman and Trueman. For Vasse — Miss Adams, and 14 in transit for the other colonies. ; ? Dkpabtubes. October 6. Flinders, s.s., 150 tons, Tait, for Fre mantle. October 8. Theresa, schooner, 50 tons, Reid, for Fremantle. Octsber Q._ ? Victorian, s-s., for easteitti colonies, via Vasse and Quiudalup.
THE HON. H. W. VENN AT DARDANUP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892
TEE EON. E. W. VENN AT : DARDANUP. The- -Hon. H. W. Verm, Commis sioner of Hail ways and member for the Wellington district, addressed his constituents on Monday last, Octobor 17th, in the schoolroom, at Daxdanup, where a sumptuous luncheon was pre pared in his lion or. The room waa too small to accommodate the as sembly, and although the tables could seat between 50 and 60 people, a relay v,ra3 required forf ully 30 move. The manner in which the tables were laid but with, every delicacy was most inviting, and the Bunbury visit ors, of whom tliero were about 20, were rather astonished, as well as delighted, at the splendid luncheon spread before them. Great credit is due to the ladies of Dardanup, and to Mr. Maguire and liis assistants for their efforts, which, were deservedly crowned with success. Some of the Bunbury visitors were heard to re mark that Bunlrary would have to look to its laurels in getting up enter tainments in future. The Cbair was taken by J. Forster Johnston, Esq...
THE BUNBURY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 19 October 1892
THE BUNBTJRY COUNCIL. A special meeting of the above council was held on Tuesday, October 11th. Present : The Mayor (Mr. W. Spencer, J.P.,) and Ors. Cummins, Baldock, Floyd, Moore and Banting. The Mayor said that the meeting had been called for the purpose of making arrangements for -the recep^ tion of the Hon. Sir John Forrest .on ' tho occasion of his visit to Bunbnry, and also to arrange some festivities for Proclamation Day. It was proposed by Cr. Banting, seconded by Cr. Moore, ' That a sum ' sufficient for the purpose be expended out of the Municipal funds towards the reception of Sir John Forrest, the sum not to exceed the amount al lowed by the Municipal Act to expend.' The Mayor stated- that he had a balance in hand from former fes tivities, which ho suggested should be devoted towards a treat for the children on Proclamation Day. - He recommended that a subscrip tion list should be started for the purpose of raising funds for [sports, etc., and he promised to head the list...