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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE UNEMPLOYED. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ? NT THE UNEMPLOYED. Adelaide, Monday. Adeputation of 1000 unemployed waited on the Commissioner of Public Works yesterday, request ing work. The Commissioner promised to push forward public works as soon as possible.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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A SWINDLER ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

A SWINDLER ARRESTED. Lang, a swindler, has been ar rested for having passed valueless cheques to the amount of £5000.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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Late Telegrams. NEW SOUTH WALES. THE FLOODS RECEDING. THE ESTIMATED DAMAGE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

Late Telegrams. [From our Correspondent.] NEW SOUTH WALES. ? ♦ ? THE FLOODS RECEDING. THE ESTIMATED DAMAGE. Sydney, Mondav. The floods are receding. The estimated damage in the northern districts will exceed a quarter-of-a million. Sir G. Dibbs says the floods must be regarded as a na tional calamity, and only partial relief is possible owing to the state of the finances.

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FIRE IN AMERICA. LONDON March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

FIRE IN AMERICA. London March 12. A lire has occurred at Boston, U.S.A., by which a block of build ings has been burned. The loss is estimated at £800,000. Many per sons were killed by jumping from the windows, and thirty were injur ed.

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DEATH OF MRS. CONNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

DEATH OF MRS. CONNOR. The community received a startling shock that cast quite a gloom over the town on Thursday evening, last when . intelligence was circulated that Mrs. Connor, the esteemed wife of Sergt. Connor, the officer in charge of the police force here, had suddenly ex pired. From enquiries we learn that Sergt. Connor was absent on duty at the Capel Races, and that about 7.30 p.m. Mrs. Connor was in the full enjoyment of her usual good health, and her mother, resident with her, at that time left to attend a meeting. Within ten minutes of her departure, Mrs. Connor, who was making pre parations for her husband's tea on hia return, was observed by two of her children to suddenly fall to the ground. The children, alarmed at the failure of all efforts to get a reply from their mother, ran to Mrs. Illingworth and repoi'ted the occurrence, who immedi ately hastened to the house with stimu lants ; and other neighborly aid was obtained, but apparently of no avail Dr- Davies was su...

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THE PANAMA SCANDAL. LONDON, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

THE PANAMA SCANDAL. London, March II. M.M. Floquet, Freycinet, and Clemenceau have angrily denied the charges made against them by M. Charles de Lesseps during his trial on the charge of having bribed public functionaries. In the court yesterday he again repeated the charges, declaring that it was at the request of the Government that the Company had heavily sub sidised many newspapers. His assertions had the effect of creating a great uproar, and the court had to be cleared. London, March 12. Among the witnesses examined at the trial of the Panama directors yesterday, was Madame Cottu wife of one of the directors. She stated that the Government, beingalarraf-d at the widespread effects of the previous trial attempted to purchase the silence of the directors by pro mising to stop the present trial. They also attempted to obtain possession of a certain document, which was damaging to the Depu ties supported the Government. This last charge is virtually admitted to be true. . Later. T...

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THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

THK INQUEST. The adjourned inquest into the death of Ellen Connor was held on Monda}r, be fore Mr' Timperley, R.M., and a jury of three— Messrs. Clarke, Moore, and Mit chell, when John Connor deposed that the lato Ellen Connor was my wife. I last saw her alive on the 9th inst. at 7.30 a.m., when sho was in her usual health and spirits. I was at the Capel on duty at the Lapel races. I received a message that night to say she was dead. She had ntt been suffering from any illness, nor had she been attended by a doctor. It was a great shock to me to hear of her death, I returned home at once, About two years ago she had a sort of fainting fit at Fremanlle, but has had no fit since. My youngest children are twins seventeen months old. They were still at the breast wheh my wife died. There is one child 5 years old — Elizabeth — who was present when my wife died. She is too young to give evidence. My wifo always nursed her children till she could not suckle them any longer. Louise Illingwo...

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THE NAVY ADDITIONS. LONDON, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

THE NAVY ADDITIONS. London, March 8. In the House of Commons last night, estimates were introduced by Sir W. Kay-Shuttleworh, Secretary t - the Admiralty. In the course of his speech he states that the Govern ment intends to build two cruisers, which would cost £700,000 each, an I , of would be superior to any vessels 'their class yet built. It was also their intention to build three secrnd class cruiser.*, two battleships, and two sloops with a single screw and sails, and suitable for the Pacific and the Australian stations. The total cost of all these vessels would be £5,000,000 Lord George Hamilton, First Lord of the Admiralty in the late Ministry, criticised the reduction announced by Sir William Kay Shuttleworth, of the subsidy paid to merch ant cruisers, from £60,000 to £22,000, He declared also that the number of battle, ships in the navy was not sufflcent. Sir W. Kay-Shuttleworth explain ed that the reduction in the cruiser subversion was due to the wish of the Admiralty to ...

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LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 14. (Before W. H. Timperley, Esq., R.M., and TV. Spencer, Esq., J.P. OFFER v. BELL [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

LOCAL COUET. ? ^ ? Tuesday, March 14. (Before W. H. Timperley, Esq., R.M., and W. Spencer, Esq., J.P. Offer v. Bell. . An application was made on the part of the defendant for a new trial in this action, but the court refused to grant it. Hutton v. Clinton. Judgment summons foi* £3 8s. 7d. Evidence in support of an application for the commitment of the debtor was given by the judgment creditor, and Mr. Stanley, but the court did -not think sufficient evidence of means had been adduced, and adjourned tho further hearing for one month.

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The Latest Cables. THE HOME RULE BILL. LONDON, March 7. Later. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

The Latest Cables. — ♦ — [From ? Our Correspondent.] THE HOME RULE BILL. London, March 7. Later Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, Presi dent, of the Board of Trade in the late Government, will move the amend ment to the motion for the second reading of the Home Rule Bill, that the Bill be read a seeond time six months hence. March 10 An important deputation respect ing th-3 banking and commercial interests of Leinster, Munster and Cork, waited on Lord Salisbury, to day, to protest against the granting of Home Rule to Ireland. Mr. Gladstone had a previously refused to received the deputation. The speakers stated that the capital of the Great Northern Railway Com pany of Ireland had already de clined £500,000 in market value. Lord Salisbury expressing strong sympathy with the deputation. Squabbles are of nightly occur rence in the House of Commons, owing to the resistance offered by the Unionist members to Mr. Glad stone's endeavours to rush the Home Rule Bill through the House before Easter. ...

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The Collie Coal. A VISIT TO THE FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

The Collie Coal. 4^ ? A VISIT TO THE FIELD. (By Our Special Reporter.) An important era was commenced in the history of the development of the mineral resources of Bunbury and district when it came to public know ledge through the medium of Mr. David Hay and other gentlemen, that coal seams, probably of large extent, : had been discovered in the bed of the Collie River, at a point distant about SO miles almost direct east of the town. Immediate steps were taken to test the value of the find, and as certain whether the seams were of workable capacity. A shaft or two were put down close to the edge of a deep pool, but the water interfered with the operations of the miners, so Mr. Hay and his workmen dived constantly to the bottom of the pool and brought up good-sized pieces of coal, weighing in all, a hundred weight. People will recollect that at that time the inhabitants of the co lony were consumed with a 'coal fever,' and every district carrying on its face the slightest indication...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

Notices. T\ISSOLUTION OF PARTNER \J SHIP. THE PARTNERSHIP HITHERTO EXISTING between J. COLLINS and D. B. TAYLOR, of Stephen-St., WATOHM AKE US & JEWELLERS, IS HEREBY DISSOLVED. The Business will in future be carried on by D. B. Taylor. D. B. TAYLOR. Wellingotn Roads Board Notices. mHE WELLINGTON ROADS 1 BOARD. AN Election to fill the Vacancies caused by the resignation of Messrs, Tripfwell and Spencei, will be held in the Mechanics' Institute, Bunbury, on Thursday, the 23rd, March. Election to commence at 11 a,m,. and poll to close at 6 p,m, Intending candidates must give no tice in writing to the chairman not later than 10 a,rn. on Thursday, the 16th, March, after which hour.no notices of candidature will bo re-' ceived, (By order of the Board.) W. J. READING, Secretary. Bunbury, Feb. 28th., 1893, TVT O T I C ' E THE UNDERSIGNED haye FOR SALE : Prime Breakfast Bacon, Prime Corned Pork, Extra Fine Roller Flonr, Bran, Pollard, Horse Corn, Corn Sacks and Bran Bags. :?: ?;? . A...

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THE STRANDING OF THE DAW AT QUINDALUP. THE RESULT OF THE INQUIRY. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

TEE STRANDING OF THE DATO AT QUINBALUP. ? * ? THE RESULT OF THE INQUIRY. [From our Correspondent.] Vasse, Saturday. The adjourned enquiry into the stranding of the Dato was concluded to day before the acting R.M. and J. Cookworthy, Esq., Capt. Fraser, of the Lonsdale, acting as Nautical As sessor. The charges were — 1st. With committing a breach of the port regu lations ; 2nd. With not taking his topgallant yards down when he saw it was coming on to blow. After the evidence had been taken, the Court considered that a I'eprhnand would be sufficient to meet the case. The cap tain is to pay all the costs, which, I hear, amounted to £3 odd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

The members representing Ulster in the House of Commons have issued a manifesto, iu AA-hich they thankfully accept the aid offered by their Can adian kinsmen, in the event of the' Home Rule. Bill, being passed. ' ? ? Kesbifc and Jergcr, Iltiy street, receive ? fresh consignments of Jewellery and Elbe- : troplate every mail.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

(JOilMERCIA U INTELLIGENCE. ? ♦ ? ? Messrs. Kelly & Co., Sydney, report : Tin Ore, 16b. per unit. Messrs. Thomas Hayward and Son report : — 'Wholesale Pbice List. Galvanised Iron (Orb brand) 26 gauge, £22 10s. ton. Bar Iron, £11 10s. ton. Fencing1 wire (Annealed steel), £11 10s. to £12 Galvanised Fencing Wire, £15 10s to £16 Barbed 'Wire (galvanised) £24. Corn Sacks, 7s. per doz. Bran Bags, os. 6d. per doz. Wool Bales, 10f, 3s. each. Kerosene Oil, 150Q test, 11s. Salt, fine (Black Horse), £6 10s, ton Bone Dust (imp.), £7 ton. Flour (Adelaide Roller), £11 ton. „ (Bunbury Roller), £11 ton. , Pollard, £7 10s. Bran, £0 10s. Oats, 3s. 3d. to 3s, 6d. bushel. Chaff, £6. ton. Potatoes, £8 ton. Wheat, 4s. 6il, Peas, 4s, 3d. Onions, £8. Sugar, £2*2 10s. to £28 ton, Tea, Is. 3d. to 2s. 1b. Cement 17s 6d cask. March 15th, 1893 Government Advertisement. Government Advertisements. ''DOl'ANUP - B DSSELTOK' RAILWAY BUSSELTON CONTRACT. ? Construction complete with Perma nent Way and Stations...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

Creorge Lawrence9 ;; BUILDER, '?'..... CONTBACTOB ?*'-'?? Akd UNDERTAKER ,,— PRINSEP STREET — 3^.xx.3Kri:B xr m ts*. ' A'll Oi'ders Promptly Attended to. VLEXANDERTTTRIGHT, BUILDER & CABINETMAKER, STIRLING STREET, ;: BUNBURY. Has a lai'ge Stock of Household Fnrniture, Kitchen Tables from 22s, tDressing 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 variety. i ALL ORDERS FBOMthk COUNTRY PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO : ]L s H AB P * TAILOR & OUTFITTER, HANDS' COTTAGFS. Victoria Street, Bunbury. Style and Workmanship guaranteed. TT p R O S S £ 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. PROSSEE. JOHN J- A ...

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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

TOPICS OF THE WEEK. ? a ? His Lordship, Bishop Gibney, paid a visit to Bunbury by Ihe last s.s. Flinders, and returned by tho samo vessel on Friday night last. * * * The plate-laying on the Pinjarrah Bunbury section of the South western Railway was finished on Saturday last, and on Monday only two ancl-a-lialf miles of rails required to be laid at the junction of the two sections to complete the line. * * * We are requested to announce that Mr. W. E. C. Bnrcham, Photographic Artist, will visit the Preston on Monday, the 20th. inst., for a very brief stay. Clients, therefore, requiring the services of Mr. Burcham, are requested not to de lay their visits to his studio. # *= * We regret we were unable to publish in our last week's issue, as we expected, the weights for the Dardanup Races, for which we had made arrangements. The delay in their publication however, was unavoidable, and resulted from the incle ment weather, necessitating the post ponement of the Capel Races to the day fo...

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1S93. The ui.animity that characterised the public meeting called to con sider the advisability of forming a Vine and Fruit Growers Associa tion for tho Wellington district augurs favorably for the future operations of the Association. ~$A v. Cowan, at whose request the meet ing was convened, possesses a confi dence in the movement, and a grasp of the subject eminently cal culated to infuse an enthusiasm into those whose business avoca tions lie in the direction of wine and fruit production. With the increased facilities of cheap and rapid transit that we are about to acquire, the present seems a spe cially opportune time to initiate a new departure, having for its aim the fostering of one of — if not the chief industry of those parts. Kail way communication with Perth must have the effect of at once giving an impetus to che cultivation of fruit and vines, an impetus that in the natural order of things we may reasonably expect to see ex pande...

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HARIRS V. SUSSEX ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

EARIRS V. SUSSEX ROADS BOARD. ,...'. ▼ ? ? . . (From Our Vasse Correspondent .) This case came on for hearing at the Vasse Local Court on Thursday last before G. Layman, Esq.,' and J. C. Cookworthy, Esq., J's.P, Mr. LoA'fgrove appeared for plaintiff and Mr. Stanley for the' defendants. Mr. Lovegrovc opened the case for the plaintiff, avIio claimed £15 for in juries to one of his horses received in crossing the trap bridge. Plis conten tion was that the Board Avere liable in alloAving the bridge to get out of repair and alloAving it to remaiu so, This Avas denied by the Board, avIio maintained that the bridge Avas in good order. According to his own story, Mr, Harris Avas crossing the bridge in De cember last on a young horse, when. it slipped on a loose stone and ricked its shoulder, and that the horse had not been of any service to him since, nor is it likely to be of use to him again for riding on. In crossexami nation he stated that the horse did not fall doAvn, but slipped along...

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THE DARDANUP RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893

THE BARD ANUP RACES. The following are the weights us supplied us by the handicapper Mr, W. B. Mitchell senr,, for the Dardanup. Cup and Galloway to be run at Dar* dan up on Friday next:— . .. G-alloWay Race.— One mile and a-half' . . st. lbs. Tremolous ... ... 8 12 Belle ...' ... 8 6;; ? Bachelor I- ... .-, 8 0 Wild Pose , 0 7 Lucy (5 7 Iris 6 7 Dardjmjp Clip — two miles Orphan 9 0 Dagmar , 9* 0 Tromolando ..-. ... 9 0 Fitz- James ... ...,-.?'- 7 0 Gold and Black 7 0 Hugcnot G 7 Fire Away ... ... 6 7

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