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A FATAL SNOWSTORM. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

A FATAL SNOWSTORM. During a terrible . snowstorm in Siberia, nearly 300 exiles perished.

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DANCE AT ROSAMEL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

DANCE AT RO SAMEL. Another most enjoyable dance was held in the Rosamel Barn on Friday evening, the 10th. inst., given by the members of the Wellington Cricket Club. The building, which was kindly lent for the occasion by Mr. E. Clinton, was prettily and taste fully decorated with peppermint bushes and bracken ferns, the walls being completely hidden with these evergreens ; and the lights, which were numerous, peeping out, gave a most effective and picturesque ap pearancce to the whole scene. Great credit is due to Messrs. Clinton and Allnut far the tasteful way in which it was all arranged. The supper table, which was laid out in another part of the building, was laid out with delicacies to suit every taste, the table groaning under the weight of most delicious fruits of every de scription. Substantial dishes were also provided, which were much ap preciated by those who had come i . . ?» ' I '1 Of Long distances, ana tea ana coiree was procurable all through the evening. The tables...

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BUNBURY POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MARCH 18. (Before W. H. Timperley, Esq., R.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

BUNBURY POLICE COURT. - * - SATURDAY, MARCH 18. (Before W. H. Timperley, Esq., R.M.) Elliot Handcock, who was brought down by coach on the previous day on a warrant, appeared to answer a charge of passing a valueless cheque for £6 on the Western Australian Bank at Fremantle to Mr. J. C. Illing- worth, of the Rose Hotel, Bunbury, on December 8th. last. J. C. Illingworth, sworn, stated : I received the cheque from Handcock to pay an account at the Rose Hotel, and returned him the balance in cash — £4- The cheque wes returned on the 17th of December marked 'No account.' I sometime afterwards wrote to Hand- cock, out received no answer, ine cheque had not been honored, but I received a post office order for £6 6s. and 10s in a letter to meet the account. This money was not sent down to me until after I had taken proceedings against Handcock. S. C. Stewart, clerk at the Freman tle branch of the Western Australian Bank, deposed that Handcock had no account in that bank, which witness was ...

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SEVERE EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS. ALARMING EARTH TREMORS AT BREAKSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

SEVERE EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS. ALARMING EARTH TREMORS AT BREAKSEA. The Meteorological Observer at Albany has sent the following tele- gram to the Registrar-General (Mr. M. A. C. Fraser)— ' Lighthouse-keeper at Breaksea reports the occurrence of a severe shock of earthquake there on Sunday night last, and again on Monday morning, causing the whole building to vibrate on each occasion for about five minutes.'

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PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 22 March 1893

PROGRESS ASSOCIATION.     The monthly meeting of the Bun- bury Progress Association was held on Monday evening in the Mechanics' Institute. There was only a small attendance, Mr. J. C. Port being in the chair. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. A letter was read from the Muni- cipal Council, dated March 9th., in answer to a communication from the Association dated January 4th., with reference to cemetery and public park as follows : 1st. The council are of opinion that a more suitable site for a burying ground than the present ce- metery would be difficult to obtain, and that they do not see any urgency for a change at present. 2nd. That if the Bunbury Progress Association will indicate a suitable site for a pub- lic park the council will recommend it for the approval of the Govern- ment. Dr. Lovegrove suggested that the Government be requested to secure a piece of land belonging to Mrs. Carey on the Vasse Road, west side of the railway li...

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SENSATIONAL DIVORCE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

SENSATIONAL DIVORCE CASE. K In the McKerrow divorce case, the charge against the co-respondent, Mrs. McEvoy, was dismissed with costs, the court remarking that there was not the slightest foundation for the imputations on the character of the lady, who is an Australian.

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PRINCESS OF WALES AND THE POPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

PRINCESS OP WALES AND THE POPE. The Pope granted to-day a special audience to the Princess of Wales and the Duke of York, and received tbeir Royal Highnesses with great kindnesses.

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FRANCE & AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

PRANCE & AUSTRALIA. The British Ambassador at Paris (Lord Dufferin), protests against France imposing maximum tariffs on Australian goods imported direct, instead of through British ports.

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THE HOME RULE BILL. LONDON, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

THE HOME RULE BILL. London, March 24. The London Corporation has grant ed the use of a large room for an Anti-Home Rule meeting. Mr. Barton, member for Mid Armagh, has moved an adjournment protesting against Mr. Morley's re lease of the dynamiters. The motion was negatived by 40 votes after an angry discussion. Mr. Balf our has given notice of a motion of censure on the Govern ment, in regard to its policy of re leasing from prison various offenders against the law. Mr. Balfour takes the Marquis of Salisbury's place at the Belfast Anti Home Rule Meeting on April 5th., owing to the Marquis being in ill health. London, March 27. Mr. Gladstone is said to be in very feeble health, and much anxiety exists among his supporters. The assassination of Mr. Gladstone is anonymously threatened in a letter supposed to have been written at Ulster. In consequence the Premier is constantly shadowed by detectives, and his residence carefully guarded by plain-clothes police. Dr. -Walsh, Archbishop of...

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ULSTER DEFENCE FUND. LONDON, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

ULSTER DEFENCE FUND. London, March 23. The Daily Telegraph says that the Ulster Defence Fund amounts to over one million sterling.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

COMMERCIA I INTE LLIOEnM. ' Messrs. Kelly & Co., Sydney, report : N Tin Ore, 16s. per unit. Messrs. Thomas Hayward and Son report : — Wholesale PurcE List. : Galvanised Iron (Orb brand) 26 gauge, £22 10s. ton. . , BarJron, £11 10s. ton. . ;; , Fencing wire (Annealed-, steel),; £11 ios. 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 test, 11s. /; Salt, fine (Black Horse), £6 10si ton. Bone Dust (imp.), £7 ton. Flour (Adelaide Roller), £11 ton. ? „ (Bunbury Roller), £11 ton. Pollard, £7 10s. . . ;. Bran, £.6 10s. * .'-. .. Oats, 3s. 3d. to 3s. 6d. bushel. Chaff, £6.1 on .' / . Potatoes, £3 ton. . , . , . Wheat, .4s, 6d, .; . .-: , .. ,.:; Peas, 4s, / ...... .. . ?' Onions, £8. . - : . Sugar, £22 10s, to £28 ton,: . ...' -; , , Tea, ls,3d. to 2s. lb. 'Z -: -: Cement 17s 6d cask. ?' ...???.- ? Marc...

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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

TOPICS OF THE WEEK. ? ♦ ? The license of the Wellington Hotel has been transferred from Mr. Flood to Mr. Diamond. * # # The ship Ulidia, having discharged all her Bunbury portion of railway material sailed for Fremantle at 4.30 p.m. on Monday. # # A bill has just been introduced into the Legislature of the State of Texas to legalise lynching in certain cases. *** A General Meeting of the Brunswick Farmers' Association will be held at the Brunswick school on Wednesday next, April oth,, at 3 p.m. # # # The time for receiving tenders for the sole right of publican's booth, refresh ment room and gate money at the Bun bury Race Meeting close to-morrow, at 4 p.m. The names of further subscribers to the Queensland Relief Fund appear in this issue. On Saturday last the Mayor wired to Brisbane another remittance of £50. There is still a balance in hand, *** The appointment of a Commission of seven gentlemen to inquire into and re port on the Customs Tariff and its opera tions is engaging the...

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The Latest Cables. UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE LONDON, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

The -Latest Cables. [From our Correspondent.] UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE London, March 22. The annual university boat race between Oxford and Cambridge was rowed to-day and resulted in a win for Oxford by a length and a-half. Oxford has now 27 win3 and Cam bridge 22.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

Shipping. -i ? jv AD E-LAIDB ^5?gjg|^ji^y S. S. C 01,, ?*g3^3^J5Spg;g?£Tj=» (IjIHITED) (Under Contract with ?the West Austra lian Government for the 'Con-, vej.-ance of Mails) Will despatch their SjJloidid Steamships as Tinder : — To Bunbury Eoads, Vasse Eoads, and Q,xiindalnp. Flinders, Tues. April 4 4.30 p.m. No cargo received after 2 p.m. on daj of sailing. , To Dongarra and Geraldton. Flinders Tues. Mr r. 28. 5 p.m. : No cargo can be received affcciv2.'p.m. on day of sailing. To 'Geraldton. Sharks Bay, Carnarvon. Boads, Ashburton Eoads, Pearling Grounds, Koebuck Baj, transhipping at Eoebuck Bay to s.s. Kob Eoy for Derby, 'Wyn&liaxn, and Port Danvin. Victorian April 12. 5T-m- For the Colonies (From Fremaatle) Bullara j Sat. April 1. 4.30 p.m. 1 ? From Melbourne and 'Adelaide, with transhipments from Sydney. o Leaves Lkaves STEAMEK MELBOUKXE ^ADELAIDE Albany Mar. 25. j Mar. 29. 11OBT. FORREST, Local Agent. ?wjfc TT U D DART ^fjfallk 11 P A 11 KEB '^s^iiisiliss^AKD CO.'S LI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

For Cheap Groceries patronise J. J. Tux FOBD, 'The Cheapest' Cash Store, Vic toria Street, Bunbury. Produce bought for cash.— Ad vt.

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CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

CRICKET MATCS. ? * ? The match between the Bunbury and Wellington, clubs was played on the plain on Saturday, and resulted in a big win for Bunbury. Bunbury went first to the wickets and totalled 111 before the last wicket fell. Stafford contributed 42 by really good play, Hislop, G. E. Spencer and Powell adding respectively 15, 14, 13. The Wellingtons in their first in nings were very unfortunate, only one player, Allnutt (10), reaching fdouble figures ; in their second innings Jas. Rodgers secured 19. The two innings closed for 75. Following are the scores : Bunbury. G. Spencer, b Allnutt, ... 14 Lowe, b Nettup, ? 2 Spencer c Rodgers b Allnutt 6 Stokes, run out ? 0 Stafford, run out, ? 42 A. Spencer, b Nettup, ... 0 Powell, b Allnutt, ... ... 13 Hislop, run out, ...... 15 North, not out, ? : ... 2 Sinclair, run out, ... ... 2 Geo. Buck, b Nettup, ... 1 Byes, ? 14 Total 111 Wellington. — 1st. Innings. Gardiner, c Spencer b North, 5 Jas. Rodgers. b Powell, ... 0 Nettup, c Stafford, ...

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VASSE NEWS. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

VASSE NEWS. [From Our Correspondent.] Vasse, Saturday. The weather during a few days of the early part of the week was ex ceedingly hot ; the evenings, how ever, were generally cool. The debate on Monday night by the members of St. Mary's Parochial Society was only very poorly attend ed, the result being that the members advocating the non-payment of mem bers of the Legislature came off victorious. Mr. Cookworthy, M.L.A. was present, and at the conclusion of the debate addressed those present. Mr. Gale, Acting R.M., has been busy collecting on behalf of the snf- * ferers by the late floods in Brisbane. The amount collected has not trans pired. Mr. G. Cross, Senr., visited the stranded brig, Dato, at Quindalup, on Tuesday last.in company with the cap tain for the purpose of inspecting the vessel, now that a quantity of the timber has been landed from her: Mr. Cross has condemned her as a total wreck, so that I suppose before long the wreck will be sold. On Wednesday last the arbitrat...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

We are desired to call attention to the special meeting of the Wellington Agri cultural Society and to the meeting of the Wellington Vine and Fruit Growers' As sociation, which take place as advertised in our columns on Saturday next, the for mer at 3.30 T).ni. and the latter at 2 p.m. As it is proposed to appoint delegates at these meetings to attend the Vine and Fruit Growers' Conference at Perth, as also (at the Vine and Fruit Growers Association meeting) to enroll members and pass rules, it is hoped that the invita ation will meet with a liberal response. It is seldom that a matter so vitally affect ing the interests of the district and which promises to have so practical and benefi cial a result finds so many and such pro minent advocates as this new Association. It must, therefore, be a source of lasting regret if a large measure of support is not accorded to it here and a judiciouB selection made in the appointment of delegates who ought to be able to exer cise considerable i...

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JARRAH V. KARRI WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

JARRAE V. KARRI WOOD. ? e ? The Pall Mall Gazette, of February 18th. says : — ' The two hard woods of Western Australia, ' Jarrah' and ' Karri,' are likely to be extensively used in London for wood paving and other purposes, and to become im portant articles of commerce. For some reason the Western Australian Government seem to wish to push the sale of. the former, and in a recent issue publicity was given to a state ment made in the Parliament of the colony to the effect that Karri would not endure so well as Jarrah under water or under ground.' Messrs, J. Temperley and Co., of 72, Bishops gate-street, now write to us as fol lows : — ' The longest test of these two woods in London is to be found in King's road, Chelsea, where ex perimental pieces of pavement were laid in June. 1°88. The surveyor for the district in which they are laid re ports in January this year that the ' karri is a quarter of an inch above the jarrah, and that the jarrah is about three-quarters of an inch above...

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THE RECENT FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. RE-INTERMENT OF THE BODY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

THE RECENT FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. RE-INTERMENT OF THE BODY. The re-internment of the remains of Patrick Moore, the victim of the recent railway accident, took place on Sunday last at 4 p.m. The fnneral was attended by the men employed on the railway works and a large number of townspeople. The remains were exhumed about 1 o'clock, another * handsome coffin having been provided into which the fii*st coffin containing the remainB was placed, together with the pieces of bones subsequently found at the scene of the accident. At two o'clock the contractor's train arrived bringing three truck loads of men — about 50 or 60 in number —who had been working with the deceased on the line. At a quarter to four o'clock the remains were taken to the Catho lic Church, where the service waa conducted by the Rev. H. Brady, after dH| which the funeral started for the ^8| Catholic cemetery, headed by Father ^ Brady and an acolyte. On arrival at the grave, the Rev. Father Brady, after reading the pray...

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