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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893
ITotices, DISSOLUTION ' OF PARTNER SHIP. THE PARTNERSHIP HITHERTO . EXISTING between J. COLLINS raid D. B. TAYLOR, of Stephcn-Sl., WATCHMAKERS & JEWELLERS, IS HEREBY DISSOLVED. The Business will in future be carried on by D. B.Taylor. . D. B. TAYLOR; ' 1; . ' Special Notices. A PPLICATION fou a B OA HDIN& J± HOUSE LICENSE To the Worsliipi'iil the Justices') of the Peace actir.g-in and for f. the district of VVollington in ( Western Australia. ' ) I,MARY DUFEIELD. Shopkeeper ' now residing at Victoria and Clifton - Streets, in the town of Bnnbury, do HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that it is my. intention to apply at the next licensing meeting to be bolden for this ? ..', district W; a BOARDING HOUSE LICENSE, in the. sliop or rooms ?which. I now occupy' or intend to ? occupy, situated at Victoria and Clifton Streets, not licensed; :. Given under my hand ibis sixteenth (lay of February one thousand eight 'hundred aud ninety three. MART DUFFIELD. jN[ O T^ C~^ THE UNDERSIGNED have F...
THE NEW AMERICAN PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893
THE NEW AMERICAN PRESIDENT. President Cleveland was sworn in at Washington on Saturday. He delivered an address from the Capitol steps in the presence of 300,000 people. He said that the silver question was of vital import ance, and that only prudent legis lation would maintain the national credit and avert financial disaster. No violent action was contemplated, but the Government would endea vour to suppress rings and so-called 'trust/'
A JUDGE ON HOME RULE [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893
A JUDGE ON HOME RULE Mr. Justice G ibson, of the Queen's Bench Division, speaking at the Assizes at Limerick, asserts that chaos is prevailing. The police are searching vessels suspected of conveying arms to Ulster. Mr. Morley has ordered a house to house visitation, if necessary. The Times fears that civil war is certain. Ulsterites are sending pledges of support of both men and money
MR. GLADSTONE & THE LABOUR PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893
MR. GLADSTONE & THE LABOUR, PARTY A deputation from the Labour party waited on Mr. Gladstone and asked him what he intended doing in regard to the eight hours' ques tion. Mr. Gladstone replied eva sively, and said that nothing was practicable before the Home Rule question was settled. Later Mr. Ben Tillet, Labour leader when interviewd, said he had no confidence in Mr. Gladstone's pro mises respecting eight hours' leg - islation.
Messages from the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893
Messages from tlie Sea, We have received two papers, each found in a bottle on the Gardiner coast by Mr. J: Mottram, sen-, but we have not been informed what space of time elapsed between the finding of the two bottles. The contents of one bottle is a printed form in German, a translation of which reads as follows : ' This bottle has been thrown from the barque ' Pacific,' of Brahe (Captain Shoemaker), on her voyage from Corinth to Queenstown, in lat. 48°29' S., and long. 47°4-3' W. The finder of the bottle is requested to forward particulars of where it was found to the nearest German Consul.' This bottle has evidently been thrown into the sea to find out the course of the currents ; but the contents of the second bottle were apparently meant to convey the intelligence of a mishap to the ship Loch Garry, and the little chance before those on board of sav ing their lives. Whether the ship or those on board f was ever heard of since the following was written, we cannot say. The lette...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL MEETING. ? « ? The monthly meeting of the Coun cil was held in the Mechanics' Hall on Monday night. Present : — The Mayor and Crs. Clarke, Moyd and Banting. After the minutes had been read, the Mayor stated he forwarded £50 to the Queensland Relief Fund. It was resolved that tenders be in vi-led :!.'or raising and stacking at the quarry where directed, in a position accessible to cart?, 150 cubic yards of approved marl, free from stone, at pei cubic yard. Also for forming scad gravelling portion of Carey-st., Crs. Clarke and Floyd to examine the street and specify woi'k to be done, the Ccuncil supplying the gravel Accounts to the amount of £16 15s Gd were possed. An application was received from Mr. Flood for permission to erect a balcony over the foot-path, in Om mnney-st. Granted. It was resolved that tenders be in vited for raising 100 cubic yards oJ' basaltic stone broken to 3-in gauiye and delivered in Stirling-st., at per cubic yard. The secretary -was instru...
Our Timber Trade. THE COLLIE SAW-MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893
Otir Timber Trade. — a — THE COLLIE SAW-MILLS. (By Our Special Reporter.) Drive along the road from Bunbury to the Collie bridge, turn off the main track to Brunswick near Rose's hold ing, into the old Williams rotd, as cend a succession of steep hills, travel over their broad table-top summits, dip into and emerge from deep gullies, passing through the stunted timber and scrub in the first stage of the journey, and through a noble jarrah forest in the second and final stage, and in that manner the visitor will reach the Collie saw-mill— a veritable hive of industry, situate in a lengthy broad flat between eight and nine miles from the Collie bridge. Ample compensation for the fatigues inci dental to such a trip will be found in an inspection of a large and complete saw-mill in good working swing with the most modern machinery and ap pliances in active whirring motion, and a small army of men bustling to their allotted tasks. All is life and excitement — a rush and whirl of busi nes...
THE BRIDGETOWN RACES. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893
TEE BRIDGETO WN RA CES. ? v ? [Fnoi.r our Co^uKvSpondeiit.] The races on Tb.ursd.ty were a com plete success. The weather was de lightfully uool. The following are the results : Maided Plate. Moulton's be Coronet ... ... 1 Steere andHester's gc Sha Ban... 2 Teede's bai Luna ... ... ... 3 Pont Race. Moulton's bg Bachelor I ... 1 McDaniel's cm Belle ... ... 2 Bachelor I -tou easily. There were three iieat.-. B-urjo also started. Blacjcwood Stakes. McDaniel's gin D;igmo.r ? 1 H. Davies bg Sulphur ... ... 2 A. W. Moulton's bg Bachelor II 3 Dagniiir won by about two lengths. Beeedebs' Stakes. M. Moultoa's bg Dr. Bill ... 1 H. Da vies bg Ifrundy ... ... 2 A. W. Moulton's br. c Coronet ... 3 Ladies' Purse. McDaniel's gin Daginar ? 1 H, Da vies hg Six] pliur ... ...' 2 Motilton's bg Bachelor I ... 3 Hack Bace. D. Veale bg Spirit ? 1 Mc-Alicden's bl g Black Bob .., 2 Won by a length. Only two started. Looseb's Handicap. H. Davics bg Sulphur ? 1 Steere and Hester's gc SbaBon 2 Teede's bni Lun...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893
Nesbib and Jerger, Hay street, receive f reah consignmeuts of Jewellery and Elec troplate every mail. For Jewellery Repairing, or Manufactur ing, go to D. B. Taylor, Stephen Street — ' The Practical Tradesman.'— Advt. Nesbit. and Jerger Hay street, liaye speci ally made boxes for packing watches posted free of cost. — Advt. ? . . ??? For Cheap Groceries patronise j. J. Tux- ; fobd, 'The Cheapest' Cash Store, Vic toria Street, Bunbury. Produce bought fa cash. — Aptt. For Watch Eepairing, etc., go to J, Collins, Stephen St., Uuubury — 'The Practical 'Watchmaker.' — Advt.
The Fruit Industry. BUNBURY ADVANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893
The Fruit Industry. BUNBURY ADVANCES. A meeting for the promotion of the viticultural and horticultural in terests of the district was held in the Mechanics' Institute, Bunbury, on Saturday afternoon last. Mr. R. H. Rose was voted to the chair. Amons1 those present were Messrs. W. H. Timperley, E. Clifton, R. Kirton, E. Clarke, J. Clarice, T. H. Prosser, J. Port, T. Hayward, E. Woodrow, W. Gibson, J. Dixon, J. Clark and Cusack. Mr. Cowan, who was introduced by tLe chairman in befitting terms, said — That he was pleased with the op portunity ox addressing' such an im portant assemblage. He was em ployed by the proprietors of the West Australian to repoct aponthe founda tion and progress of the fruit-growing industry, upon which the future pros perity of the colony depended.in some measure. His instructions were to band together the orchardists and wine-growers, and encourage others to embark in the same class of indus try. However, he was a great be liever in the axiom that ' God hel...
LICENSING COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 6th., 1893. (Before W. H. Timperley, Esq., R.M., and Messrs. R. H. Rose, J. F. Johnston, and T. Hayward, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893
LICENSING COURT. ______.____ &nbsp; Monday, March 6th., 1893. &nbsp; (Before W. H. Timperley, Esq., R.M., and Messrs. R. H. Rose, J. F. Johnston and T. Hayward, J's.P. &nbsp; An application was made for a transfer of the publican's general &nbsp; license held by Mr. D. Flood, for the Wellington Hotel, to Mrs. Lucinda Wimbridge, also a transfer of the &nbsp; billiard room license for same hotel. &nbsp; The bench in referring to the 17th. &nbsp; section of the act, pointed out that as Mrs. Wimbridge had not &nbsp; &nbsp; previously held a publican's general &nbsp; license, the bench could not grant the transfer. Mr. Stanley for the applicant, &nbsp; acknowledged that the clause was very explicit, and asked for an adjourn ment of the hearing of the transfer till next morning. The bench in granting the request for adjournment, stated they had no objection to Mrs. Wimbridge holding the license, but th...
CRICKET. GREENBUSHES V. BRIDGETOWN [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 8 March 1893
CRICKET. GREENBUSHES V. BRIDGETOWN Again we are indebted to Mr. W. C. Ramsay, the hon. secretary of the Greenbushes Cricket Club, for the following account of a cricket match played at Bridgetown on Friday last between the Greenbushes and Bridge town clubs : — The weather was all that could he desired, the recent rain having laid the dust and rendered the air fine and clear. Bridgetown won the toss and elected to send Greenbushes in to bat on a good wicket. Selfe and H. Rob inson opened the innings for Green bushes against the bowling of Steere and Jas. Blechynden ; but they made a poor stand, being bowled for 1 and 2 respectively. Things began to look bad for Greenbushes as the fifth man was run out tor 14 runs. Morgan, however, improved the score by con tributing 11 by really good play. The remaining batsmen fared worse, if anything than the first five, three of them going out with ducks. The innings closed for the small total of 30, including 11 byes and leg-byes. Allnutt and Mot...