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DARDANUP. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893
DARDANUP. [From Our Correspondent.] Monday. After a long spell of warm weather we are at length enjoying some de lightfully cool days. The potato crops which had been languishing for Avant of rain, will be greatly benefitted by the few showers that fell during the past week, and feed, which has been very backward, will now spring up. The ground at Dardanup is almost fit for the plough at present, aud some farmers are talking of starting operations at once. However, I msiy mention that early ploughing has been found unsuitable to the soil here, and as a rule, the land when ploughed early, rarely produces a good crop. Messrs. Honey and Co.'s saw-mill on the Crooked Brook (called the Spot Mill), which has not been work ing of late owing to the scant supply of water, has been taken over by Mr. W. J. Connell, and is working at present under his supervision. There is still a great scarcity of water in the locality, the supply for the engine having to be carted fully a mile, and a charge o...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893
In our advertising columns will be found the advertisement of Messrs. Farrcll, Mooro and Co., avIio announce their establishment iubusiness in Victoria street, as Surveyors, Auctioneers, Land Commission, and General Agents. Mr. Farrell has had a long connection with the Survey Department of this colony, and has been fo- some time engaged in the practice of his profession here. Mr. Newton Moore is well known as a native of the place, and has had several years experience in the Survey Department of the colony, and both gentlemen are well known for their business aptitude aud professional qualifications, and in the various branches of their new business they will, doubtless, receive that fair share of public patronage and support that their talents and enterprise unques tionably merit. * * * We have much pleasure in calling our readers attention to the announcement of Messrs. Cannon aud Spencer, appearing in our advertising columns. Messrs. Cannon and Spencer, as will be seen, haA-e es...
CAPEL RACES. (BY OUR REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893
CAPEL RACES. (By Our Reporter.) The postponement of the above races in consequence of the unsatis factory state of the weather, did not militate against a good attendance on Thursday, when an enjoyable and unusuaUy full programme of evei.ts was satisfactorily got through. Mr. C. J. Hough did a smart and pro fitable business Avith. the totalisator, the Maiden Plate paying a diA-idend of £9 os. for 5s., there being only one ticket taken on Echo. The Ladies' Purse was the race of the day, and Avell contested. A pro test Avas, however, entered against Tremolando, on a charge of alleged foul riding, Avhich after the hearing of much evidence, Avas dismissed. Several scratch matches took place on Friday. The following are the results : Maiden Plate. Spencer's Echo ... ... 1 Moore's Padlock .:. ... 2 Six ran. Totalisator, £9 5s. Galloway — Final Heat. Trernolous ? 1 Belle ? ... 2 Bachelor ... ... ... 3 Seven ran. Totalisator, 12s. Capel Stakes. Dagmar ? 1 Orphan ... ? 2 Six ran. Totalisator...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893
For Jewellery Kopairing, or Manufactur ing, go to D. B. Taylor, Stephen Street — ' The Practical Tradesman,'— Advt, Nesbit. and .Terger Ilay street, have speci ally made boxes for packing ^Yatchesa posted free ofeqst. — Advfc, For 'Watch Repairing, etc., go to J. Collins Stephen St., Bunbury — ' The Practical Wattihmaier.' — Ai-\s.
GREENBUSHES NEWS. GREENBUSHES, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893
OBEENB USHES NE WS. [From our Correspondent.] Green-hushes, Friday. A most beneficial thunderstorm passed over the tin-fields on Wednes day last. On the previous day before day-light it commenced to thunder in the distance towards the north and north-west, and continued all clay. On Wednesday morning the thunder was a great deal closer, and at about eleven o clock it broke over the fields with loud crashes, and a good deal of lightning and rain. The shower continued for about an hour, and left good drops of water in the clay holes all over the fields. Since then I learn we only got the tail end of the storm, for I hear that at the Upper Capel the brook was running freely. The following .day (Thurs day), came out extremely hot. This morning (Friday), the day. dawned with a good deal of thunder in the distance to the south-west ; towards mid-day the sky became o'ercast with thick masses of clouds, and several light showers of rain fell during the afternoon. All day the air was sultry ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893
Special Noyces. C. J. HOU6 Hl STOREKEEPER & DRAPER, VASSE. JUST ARRIVED— A large Stock of LADIES' GENT'S & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING-. C J. H ° ° ° * V A S S E, GENERAL BLACKSMITH, WHEELWRIGHT, And^Manufacturer of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. CARTS, C.VRUIAGES, WAGGONS, &c. On the Shortest Notice. JjONDON gAKERY ? WILLIAM GEO. COEBETT, (Late of London) Eancy Bread and Biscuit Baker, Victoria-St., Bunbury, Begs to inform the public of Bun bury that he has commenced business as BAKER AND CONFECTIONER And trusts by strict attention & civility to secure a fair share of patronage, ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Bread and Confectionery delivered to any part of the town. J. COLLINS, ^S70r5Ea»'fco23L223LS8j3s:ea7, WISHES to corroborate the clisso-. lulion of partnership between J. Collins and D. B. Taylor, and also wishes it to be tlist-iiu-.tly understood that he is NOT leaving Bunbury. J* 'COLLINS, ( WATCHMAKER, STEPHEN STREET, BUNBURY, Eace Meetings. T\ AR DAN UP TJAC...
VASSE NEWS. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893
VASSE NEWS. (From Our Correspondent.) Vasse, Saturday. Bishop and Mrs. Parry arrived by the mail-coach yesterday week. On Sunday the Bishop held a confirma tion service, when he confirmed 29 persons. Several others ought to have put in an appearance but did not do so. On Monday a number of persons of both sexes met at the rectory to wel come Bishop and Mrs. Parry, and to discuss various matters connected with the church. His Lordship and his lady have been very busy visiting during their stay, and left yesterday by the Flinders. I find that I made a mistake in the name of the gentleman who was re ported as having been appointed to the position of medical officer at the Vasse. I should have written Dr. Kelsall, not Kinsella: It now transpires that he wrote down to see if he could get rooms here, but was coming on his own account if he came at all, and not on account of the Go vernment as it was supposed at first that he was. The investigation into the strand ing of the brig Dato was ...
A TRIP TO THE MARGARET CAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 15 March 1893
A TRIP TO THE MARGARET CAVES. ? ? « ? By F. G. Harding, By the favour of Mr. Frank George Harding, we are enabled to publish a graphic and interesting account of a visit to the celebrated Caves at the Margaret River, in a journey made by him in the company of Mr. J. S. Wheeler, the scenic artist, who sketch &nbsp; ed a view of the caves, which is to be seen in Mr. Tuxford's window. On both sides of the Margaret River are caves, more or less known, but those we visited were on the south side of the river, in Mr. Bussel's run. We rode down. The route is sandy and heavy, water scarce, and feed bad. The distance and route to the caves from Bunbury is as follows: To the Capel. is 17 miles ; from there to Busselton or Vasse, 15 miles ; total 32 miles. From Busselton you tnlcR the Quinclalup Road for five miles, turn to the left, and continue till you reach the Lennox River. From there through fair jarrah country, which brings you out at the tram called Yelverton's timber landing, ...
RIOTS IN NEW YORK. LONDON, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893
RIOTS IN NEW YORK. London, March 19. News from New York is to the effect that on St. Patrick's Day several riots took place. The trouble finally resulted in a free fight been the factions, which was not suppressed without much difficulty. It is thought probable that many of the participators on both sides intend to renew the conflict. It is likely the disturbance may even extend to Ireland.
THE HOME RULE AGITATION. LONDON, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893
THE HOME RULE AGITA TION. London, March 19. Large contributions in the shape - of shilling subscriptions have been raised by the British working men for Colonel Sanderson, the leader . of the Orangemen. March 20. In an address to his constituents, Mr. John Morley stated that if the Ulster Unionists fight, they will fight the Queen's troops, as Home Rulers will not interfere. A meeting lias been convened by the Nationalist members to consid er what steps should be taken with regard to the pronounced Anti Home Rule feeling in quarters hitherto considered in favor of Home Rulo. ?
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893
TOPICS OF THE WEEK Some new advertisements are unavoid ably placed on the 4th page this issue. *** We beg to call attention to a notice in our coluraus calling a special meeting of the Progress Association foi Monday night next. * The nomination of candidates for mem bers of the Roads Board close to-morrow at 10 a.m., and the poll — if one is neces sary — commences at 11 a.m. *% Representatives of some wealthy En glish Syndicate have arrived at Albany on their way to inspect the goldtields of the colony, and report on them. # # Mr. Prosser's sale of household effects at Bellevue House yesterday was well at tended, and the prices obtained for the various articles submitted was most satis factory. * Capt. McAdatn came down from Fre niantlo by the Flinders this morning to take charge of the ship Ulidia, The Ulidia will be cleared out of her Bunbury cargo early next week and proceeds to Fre mantle. * We are informed on reliable authority that tenders will shortly be called for the erect...
The Latest Cables. EGYPTIAN AFFAIRS. LONDON, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893
The Latest Cables. [From Our Correspondent.] EGYPTIAN AFFAIRS. London, March 19. Lord Bosebery, Minister for' Foreign Affairs, is to accompany the Queen on her visit to Florence, with the object of interviewing the Italian Minister aud G erman Chan cellor respecting Egyptian affairs. ' March 20. Lord Cromer, the British Minis ter at Cairo, lias warned the native Press that he will shut up all tile papers if adverse criticisms with regard to British occupation are continued. The position of Egypt is deci dedly serious.
THE DISTRESS IN QUEENSLAND. THE MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893
THE DISTRESS IN QUEENS LAND. THE MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY'S CONCERT. With the very laudable object of doing something to assist the suffer ers by the recent disastrous floods in llneensland; the members of the Mu tual Improvement Society gave a vocal and instrumental concert at the Mechanics' Institute on Saturday nig ill' icisi. J- nt: tbL-iciiiLtiui^t; nua iniVL which, considering the praiseworthy object the proceeds of the entertain, ment -were to be devoted to, is to be regretted. The first item on the programme was the rendering of the hymn, ' Hosannah to Jesus,' by the Com pany, Miss Teede singing the soprano solo, after 'which the Chairman (Mr. Woodrow) made the usual remarks anent the object of the entertainment. He had been asked by Mr. Spencer to say that he (Jlr. Spencer) would like to have been present, but was unable to do so, as he had to go to Fremantle on business. Mr. Woodrow regretted the small attendance. He then drew a graphic picture of the distress which migh...
TEE DARDANUP RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893
THE DARDANUP RACE 8, (By Our Reporter.) Friday last found many devotees of the Patron Saint of the Emerald Isle assembled at the railway station to do him honor by attending the Olympian games held on his nativity at Dardanup Racecourse. The morn ing dawned most threateningly, and there was every indication that Jupiter Pluvius would dispute the day with St. Patrick. The excessive display ot green ribbon, however, appeared to excercise a tranquilizing effect on the horizon, as at about 10 a.m. King Sol peered through the density of the clouds a gentle zephyr hailed his presence, and a cool and delightful day resulted. Precisely at 10 o'clock the shriek of the locomotive warned all aboard and a goodly number responded to the invitation. Continuous stop pages occurred on the route to take up groups on pleasure bent, and by the time the train got to the course its capacity was full}'- taxed, and up wards of 200 must have disembarked. The train proceeded to Boyanup' and brought back a c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893
Spencer and Son aro now opening up their New Winter's g ods ^Before pur chasing elsewhere bu sure and inspect their stock. — Advt. ' : Nesbib and Jergor, Hay street, receive fresh consignments of Jewellery and Elec troplate every mail. For Cheap Groceries patronise J. J. Tux ford, 'The Cheapest' Cash Store, Vic -tov'm Street, Bunbury., Produce bought for cash.— AiM'X. . /.