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QUEENSLAND. A NARROW ESCAPE. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

QUEENSLAND. A NARROW ESCAPE. Brisbane, Tuesday. A thund erbolt fell close to the s.s. Aramac whilst she was between Douglas and Cairns. There was a great disturbance of the sea and the compasses were thrown completely out of reckoning

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Railway Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

Railway Accident — $ — A man named Patrick Moore, 45 years Of ageb a workman engaged on the railway line, and for the List month, employed as a striker for the blacksmith at the ballast pits, was killed on Friday night last by the special train coming from Perth to Bunbury- bringing down the Hon. H. 'W. v enn, and a few other gentle f^men. It is supposed that the deceased was instructed to tase a, nurse u-um the ballast pits to the residence of Mr. Offer, about, three miles further Up the line, and shortly after deliver ing the horse ho got on to a railway tricycle, which he was instructed to take to the blacksmith at the ballast pits for some necessary repairs. It was evident he had no knowledge of the special train coming from Perth, although it was supposed to be known by the people on the line, but the people about Mr. Offer's place could not have been aware of the train coming, or they would not have al lowed Moore to go on the line with the tricycle before the train passed. Wh...

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Late Telegrams. NEW SOUTH WALES. HURRICANE IN THE SOUTH SEAS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

Late Telegrams. ? A [From our Correspondent.] NEW SOUTH WALES. ? ^_ — HURRICANE IN THE SOUTH SEAS. Sydney, Tuesday. The French mail steamer A rmand Behic from Noumea (New Caledo nia) reports that a terrific hurricane lias occurred at New Caledonia and the New Hebrides group. At New Caledonia whole villages have been destroyed. Iu the New Hebrides 10,000 tons of copra were stacked for shipment and were blown into the sea. At Tchia there has been much distress owing to the hurricane.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

For Watch Repairing, etc., goto J. Collins Stephen '''.St.,; Bunbury — ' The . Practical Watchmaker.'— Ap vx. '

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VASSE NEWS. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

VASSE NEWS. (From Our Correspondent. V . ' ?'? Vasse,' Saturday. The splendid rains that fell last week has made the grass grow up quite fresh and green, and has given the place quite a different appearance. The ship Lonsdale finished unload ing the rails and other material for the railway on Tuesday and left on Wednesday for Fremautle. Several fre^h hands arrived by coach last night from Fremantle to assist in taking the ship to Jtf remantle, but she had left on Wednesday. The rails are all neatly stacked up alongside the temporary line. The captain of the Lonsdale was very unfortunate with his crew while here. I hear that the real cause of their being dissatisfied was that the shore men were getting 8s. per day aud they were only getting so much per month, which they considered too little ; consequently they refused to unload the vessel. The unloading of the stranded Dato at Quiudalup is being proceeded with apace. It certainly seems a waste of money and time to unload the vessel ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

CORRESPONDENCE. (To ihe Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) Sir, — In looking over the estimates of revenue and expenditure for the six months ending 30th, June, 1893, I find the undermentioned sums were voted for the erection of Public Build ings in this district — Bunbury Bonded Store ... £800 Bunbury Police Quarters ... 600 Bunburv Post and Telegraph Office* ? ... 1000 Bunbury Girls & Infants school 800 When completed, £1500 Buubury Jetty Extension and Improvements ... ... 1350 £4550 Now I would like to know how this money is not being expended, and those public buildings not in course of erection. Perhaps it is our own faults. However, :I think some prompt action ought now to be taken in the matter. D. A. HAY,

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THE COLLIE COAL SEAM. REPORT by MR. H. P. WOODWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

THE COLLIE COAL SEAM. REPORT by ME. H, P. WOODWARD. The Government Geologist (Mr. H. P. Woodward, has furnished the following report on the Collie coal seam to the Commissioner of Lands (Mr. Marmion. M.L.A.):— Sie, — I have the honour to repor' that I have visited the Collie Coalfield as you instructed me, and have much pleasure in stating that the result of the last few bores along the outcrop are very satisfac tory, as the large seam has now been traced for a distance of 1£ miles, and an other bore is being sunk half-a-mile further on. This outcrop, which strikes in a south east direction, is situated on the northern side of a large basin, which extends in an easterly and south-easterly direction, and is, I believe, of considerable extent.! The large seam has been struck in bores Nos. 4, 6, 9, 11, 12, 13, and 16, as well as many smaller 5 earns, some of which would be quite large enough to work. It is most important that the extent of our coal-fields should he proved. This should ...

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MONDAY, MARCH 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

MONDAY, MARCH 20. William House was charged with obtaining money under false pretences from Mr. Maxted by giving a valueless cheque on the National Bank, Albany. The case was adjourned to the 22nd. To-day House was committed for trial at the Quarter Sessions. Bail was allowed.

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TUESDAY, MARCH 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

TUESDAY, MARCH 21. Geo. Smith and Thomas O'Connell, two seaman of the ship Ulidia, ar rested by Constable Casserley under warrant, were charged by Capt. Abbott, acting master of the ship, with continual disobedience of orders and with taking the ship's boat and going ashore without leave. . v^apt. jxoootiZ, sworn, aeposea* un the 13th, Smith and O'Connel refused duty and I sent them on Bhore and gave them in charge to the police, but on their promising to go on board and attend to their work I took them back but since then they have been trouble some, making frivolous complaints and on Sunday last they took the boat and went on shore without leave. I met them on the street and advised them to go on board. They refused to go, saying they were going to have a drink. When, later in the evening,, they saw me with a policeman, they went on: to the ship. Those men are continually giving me trouble, seem ingly regardless of consequences. Thos. Hutchens, mate, sworn, cor roborated the evide...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

commercial intelligence. Messrs. Kelly & Co., Sydney, report : Tin Ore, 16s. per unit. Messrs. Thomas Hayward and Son report :— 'Wholesale Pbicb List. Galvanised Iron (Orb brand) 26 gauge, £22 10s. ton. Bar Iron, £11 10s. ton. Fencing wire (Annealed steel), £11 10r. to £12 Galvanised Fencing Wire, £15 10s to £16 Barbed Wire (galvanised) £24. Corn Sacks, 7s. per doz. Bran Bags, 5s. 6d. per doz. Wool Bales, lOf, 3s. each. Kerosene Oil, 150Q tost, 11s. Sn.lt.. fine (Black Horse), £6 10s. ton. Bone Dust (imp.), £7 ton. Flour (Adelaide Roller), £11 ton. „ (Bunbury Roller), £11 ton. Pollard, £7 10s. Bran, £6 10b. Oats, 3s. 3d. to 3s. 6d. bushel. Chaff, £6. ton Potatoes, £8 ton. Wheat, 4s. 6d, Peas, 4s, 3d. ' Onions, £8. ? Sugar, £22 10s. to £28 ton, . Tea, Is. 3d. to 2b. lb. Cement 17s 6d cask. March 22nd, 1893.

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCS 22, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

THE BUMBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1893. With commendable promptitude tlie Swan District Vine and Fruit Growers Association have decided to hold a conference of delegates from the various district branches of the Association at Perth, on the 13th. of April next.. The Swan Division that has taken the initia tive in this matter, is no doubt des tined from its position to become the parent branch of the Associa tion, that to work efficiently, unitedly, and harmoniously, will re quire a recognised (centre. The primary object of the conference appears to be to bring the impor tance of the aims of the Associa tion prominently before the Go vernment. The extensive pro gramme of subjects for discussion and debate, cannot fail to ma terially and permanently advance the interests of the industries sought to be affected. And such a course must also tend to at once place the Association npon a work able, established, and recognised basis. The intention of the con ference to advocate the e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

George Lawrence, BUILDER, CONTRACTOR Asd UNDERTAKER — PRINSEP STREET — 33 XT KTilB XX H. 75T. All Orders Promptly Attended to. iLEXANDERTFEIGHT, BUILDER & CABINETMAKER, STIRLING STREET, BUNBURY. Has a large 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 Gurtain rings, American Chairs, Glass and Putty, and Ironmongery in great variety. TAILOR & OUTFITTER, HANDS' COTTAGFS. Victoria Street, Bunbury. Style and Workmanship guaranteed. TT p R. O S S E B, 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 R 0 S S E R. JOHN JJAMS.AY, FAMILY AND SHIPPING — BUTCHER — VICTORIA STREET, B U H B U R T. None but the best meat supplied. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

Shipping. ^ ? _V AD ELAIDE -JStijff$ffia&~ (Limited) (Under Contract with tlio Wost Austra lian Government for the Con veyance of Mails) 'Will despatch their Splendid SteamshipB as under :— ToBunbnry Roads, Vasse Roads, and Quiadaltip. b«m» pass* | hhB Flinders, Tues. Mar. 21 4.30 p.m. No cargo received alter 2 p.m. on day of sailing. To Dongarra and Geraldton. Flinders Tues. Mar. 28. 5 p.m. No cargo can be received after 2 p.m on day of sailing. To Geraldton. Sharks Bay, Carnarvon Roads, Ashburton Roads, Pearling Grounds, Roebuck Bay, transhipping at Roebuck Bay to s.s. Rob Roy for Derby, Wyndham, and Port Darwin. ? fl™™. Fettle Timb ' Wed Victorian | April 'jg. ^.Sp-m. Tor the Colonies (From Fremantle) „__ Leaves mIUI, Tenterden I Thurs, Mar 23, 4.30 p.m. iBullara I Sat. April 1. 4.30 p.m.. J!rom Melbourne and Adelaide, with transhipments from Sydney. ~T ~~~~ Leaves Leaves bteameb Melbourne Adelaide Albany . Mar. 25. j Mar. 29. ROBT. FORREST, Local Agent. -, ^ TTUDDART ^WB...

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THE VASSE COAL BORINGS [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

THE VASSE COAL BOEINGS The following is the manager's repor for the fortnight ending lltli. March I have to report that a depth of 263 ft. has been reached by Bore Hole No. 4. Two more coal seams have been passed through, the lower one being 18in. thick, and in quality muck more superior to anything1 previously found here, being a bright, hard, bituminous coal, with slightly woody structure, and a tho roughly marketable coal. 1 hope that the seams in future met with in this bore hole may be of equal quality with the seam referred to. The following is a de scription of the strata, continued from my previous report : — ft. in. ft. in. Previously described ... 0 0 231 0 Indurated clay ? 8 2 239 2 Coal (soft), 10th. seam ... 1 0 240 2 Indurated underelay ... 3 10 244 0 Sandstone (hard) ... 2 6 216 6 Coal, hard (11th. seam) bi tuminous coal referredto 1 6 218 0 Arenaceous clay (still bor ing), / ... .... ... 15 8 263 8

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THE MIDLAND RAILWAY PROPOSALS. LONDON, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

THE MIDLAND RAILWAY PROPOSALS. London, March 21. The Midland Railway Company announce that. Sir John Forre?t has consented to an exfceusion of .the ' time another montli for the carry ing out of the agreement now be fore the Company. : This consent was cabled for ow ing to the meeting of the' company in the first instances being' illegal. The next meeting will be held, next Tuesday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

Notices. PIO3JEER /^AEKIAGE -^TOR-S HAY STREET, TEETH. HUGH FALCONER, (Late L. Wimbridge.) COACH MAKER AND UNDERTAKER, Carriages of every description made to order in the most improved style. Only first- class men employed. FUNERALS CONDUCTED On most Reasonable Terms. rHAMHOCE JJ O T E L, Hay Street, Pertli. Having taken over the above Hotel, will use every endeavour lo maintain its established reputation as the. , ? LEADING HOTEL ? Of the Metropolis. The new Saloon Bar is equal to any in the Eastern Colonies. Special Table d'hote at 1 o'clock for the preparation of which a professional chef has been engaged. AUSTRALIA TTOTEL — Mureay Street, Pkkth.— Visitors to Perth will find EVERY ACCOMMODATION At this Hotel, which is most CENTRALLY SITUATED To the City and Railways. Best Brands of WINES AND SPIRITS Best Billiard Saloon and Bar. Country Papers filed, and may 'be read .'by -visitors to this Hotel. AUSTRALIAN HOTEL, H. BLAKE, PitopjJiETOB. Government Advertisements. BUNBURY-BOY^If ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

Special Notices. STOREKEEPER & DRAPER, VASSE. JUST ARRIVED— A large Stock of LADIES' GENT'S & CHILDREN' CLOTHING. c. jTh ° u g * VASSE, GENERAL BLACKSMITH, WHEELWRIGH1] And Manufacturer of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS CARTS, CARRIAGES, WAGGONS, &c. On the Shortest Notice. ^ONDON JJAKEI11 WILLIAM GEO. COKBETT, (Late of London) Fancy Bread and Biscuit Baker, :. Victoria-St., Bunbury. Begs to inform the public of Bunbur that he has commenced business as BAKER AND CONFECTIONE1 And trusts by strict attention & civility to secure a fair share of patronage, ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO Bread and Confectionery delivered to anj part of the town. j£J-^^ BREAD DOWN AGAIN 3*d. FOR CASH TO THE IN HABITANTS OF BUN BUSY AND DISTRICT. H.BRASHAW1C0. (Late of Sydney, N.S.W.) HAVE COMMENCED BUSINESS as BAKERS, PASTRYCOOKS And CONFECTIONERS, At London Teebace, Vic tobia Stbeet, Bunbury. The BUSINESS will be under the direct manage ment of Mr. Buashaw, who has had a large exper...

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RUSSIA'S DEMANDS BEHRING SEA. LONDON, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

RUSSIA'S DEMANDS IN BEHRING SEA. ' T London, March 21. The Russian Government has ' formulated its demands with refer-. . ence to the Behring Sea Fishery Question. It demands the sealing shall be prohibited except by the Russian vessels to a distance of 39 miles from Russian coast and 10 miles from islands.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

For Jewellery Repairing, or Manufactur ing, go to D. *B. Taylor, Stephen Street— ' Tho Practical .Tradesman.'— Ad vt. jNTesbit. and Jerger Hay street., have speci- ? ally made boxes for packing watches posted . free of cost. — Advt. Kesbit and Jerger, Hay street, are always glad to post goods on application.

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GBEENBUSHES NEWS. THE FEW FIND. GREENBUSHES, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

GBEENBU8HE8 NEWS. THE NEW FIND. [Fkoji our Corbespondent.] Greenbushes, Friday. What is now called the United (on which, as I wired you on Tuesday, a good find was made that day) was once the United Syndicate's lease of 40 acres. During its brief existence it certainly has had many changes of ownership. The present proprietors are eight working men, who, up till now, have been making rather better than wages. By this new find there can be no doubt but that they have struck a rich patch. It is close up to Halliday's boundary. The depth of the wash dirt (which will want pud dling) is 8ft. The thickness of the wash is abi -ut a foot. I believe the bottom of it is very rich. The aver age is over 21bs to the dish. They have now stai-ted driving. Though so shallow, they have a good r^of over them. Down below this new find and nearer the brook, they have been for some considerable time back working shallow surface stuff. They have a wide face, and there is about four feet of wash dirt, all...

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