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QUEENSLAND BELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

QUEENSLAND RELIEF FUND. ? ^ ? Additional subscriptions to the Queensland Relief Fund : — £ s. D. MissPiggott ? 0 2 6 Mr. Jones ... ... ... 0 5 0 W. Forrest, senr ? 0 10 0 R. A. Lowrie ... ... 1 0 0 Miss Purnell ? 0 5 0 Upton House ... ... 1 0 0 Mrs. W. Piggott ... ... 02 6 Mrs. Hutchinson ... ... 0 1 0 A. Buchanan ? 0 10 6 J. Wenn ? ... 0 2 6 M. Kernan ... ... 10 0 R. T. Jones ? 10 0 W. E. Jones ? 10 0 C. Brockman ... ... 1 0 0 F. Fee ? ... 0 2 6 Preston Gospel Meeting Tjy J. G. Scott ? 8 14 0 Collected by — Partridge 3 0. 0 Mrs. Tyler, senr. ... ... 0 2 6 T. H. Lovegrove ... ... 1 0 0 The Mutual Improvement Society ? 3 7 6 A Jones ? 0 2 0 Collected by Rev. H.Brady 9 17 6

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

For Jewellery Eepairing, or Manufacture | inp, go to D. B. .Taylor, Stephen Street-^- | '? The Practical Tradivnmii.'-* ? Ai-wr.f ?' *? '? - - _^

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OUR NEW PUBLIC WORKS OPENING OF TENDERS. PERTH, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

OUR NEW PUBLIC WORKS OPENING OF TENDERS. (By Telegraph.) [From our Correspondent.] Perth, This Day. The Works Department opened the following tenders yesterday, be sides the tenders for the Geraldton Mullewa Railway : Perth Goods Shed : Templar Bros, lowest ; Dardanup Station (on Boyanup Railway) : Robt. Donald, Bunbury nwpsi' Guard Room for the Albany De fence Forces: J. Pringie, Albany, lowest ; For the construction of nine Ame rican Saloons : L. Cotterel, £360 ; York Goods Shed : Thorn, Bower and Stewart, £997. The two last-named tenders will be accepted, but the other tenders are to be further considered, and conse quently the amounts have not been diselosed.

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

: Special Notices. rT Hr TT O IT G H, ? ? STOREKEEPER & DRAPER, - ? VASSE. ? ' JUST- ARRIVED— . A large Stock of LADIES' GENT'S & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. . C. J. H ° u G H' .' . ^ V A S S E, GENERAL BLACKSMITH, WHEELWRIGHT, And Manufacturer of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. CARTS, CARRIAGES, WAGGONS, &c. On the Shortest Notice. JjONDON gAKERY WILLIAM GEO. CORBETT, (Late of London) Fancy Bread and Biscuit Baker, ? ? ? Yictoria-St., Bunbury, Begs to inform the public of Bunluxry '.'.'' thjit lie 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--^^ BREAD DOWN AGAIN 3*d. FOE, CASH TO THE INHABITANTS OF BUN BUEY AND DISTEICT. ' ;H.BRASHAW!Co. (Late of Sydney, N.S.W.) HAVE COMMENCED BUSINESS as BAKERS, PASTRYCOOKS And CONFECTIONERS, At London Terrace, Vic tokia Stbeet, Bunbury. ? The BUSINESS will be...

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

For Sale. fjANNOH' SsigFENCER'S Property x»±s'fc. FOR SALE ON TERMS : Town Lots 71, 72 and 73 at corner of Wittenoom and Elliott Sts. Town Lots 42 and 57 in Victoria-st., between Flood's Hotel and The Herald Office. Town Lots 37, 38 at the rear of The Herald Office, and Lot 18; all facing Koombanah Terrace. Parts of Lots 35 and 36, at the corner of Ommanney and Wollaston-sts., near Mr. Hayward'a Btore. ' We have also VALUABLE BUILDING SITES Facing Stirling-8t. and the Vasse-rd. — : ALSO :— CHEAP QAEDEN LOTS About a mile from Town on Ijg3j? ill Ab x 1 Hirt Alo I nf£|ji Station Property the pici of the S.W. Division. Apply at the office for particulars. T-RIME Victorian Potatoes & Onions, Superior Salt Beef (in 1001b casks), now landing ex Bullarra, in Prime Order. JAMES PORT, Bunbury. Notices, flgg^ CHEAP GROCERIES PATRONISE J. J. TUXFORD, ' The Cheapest' Highest CASH Price Given for Produce. BRICK 8r TILE ^^^~ ? 'HElNTJFA C TUBERS. Tlianlc the Public for their past patronage...

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

(Jeorge Lawrence, BUILDER, CONTRACTOR And UNDERTAKER ;?' .'.'? -*- PRINSEP STREET — IB XT ZKTB:O IT EL 'ST. ?All Orders Promptly Attended to. ilbxandbrweight; ? A. VV / BUILDER & CABINETMAKER, ? : STIRLING STREET, ' BUNBURY. ? . Has a large Stock of Household . Furniture, , Kitchen Tables from 22s, ? Dressing Tables from 15s, ^: -f Washstands from 17s, Chests of Drawers from 55s, Heat 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. ALL ORDERS FROM the COUNTRY PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO iC s~ H A ' P E TAILOR & OUTFITTER, HANDS' COTTAGFS. Victoria Street, Bunbury. ? Style and 'Workmanship guaranteed. TT p K, O S S E 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. P R 0 S S...

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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCS 29, 1893. Thk West Australian lias sounded the tocsin of alarm in connection with the contemplated action of the Government in relation to the arrangements for the working of the South-western railway. The Southern districts owe much to the West Australian for its persistent advocacy and strenuous support of the movement in favor of the construction of a railway to Bun bury and Busselton. Ib is, there fore, satisfactory to note that on the eve of this important achieve ment, the West Australian is alive to the exigencies of the situation, and ready with its protest against any action calculated to minimize the advantages that should accrue to these districts and the Metro polis in connection with £the work iug of the line. The chequered existence of many years duration in the struggle for the establish ment of the iron lorse throughout the district is a chapter of our his tory comprising the records of painful disappointments patiently endured, a...

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

BIRTH -^. Sinclair.— On March 27th, the wife of D. L. Sinclair, of a daughter

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BUNBURY EXHIBITS AT THE CHICAGO EXHIBITION. AN OMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

B TJNB UR Y EXEIBITS AT TEE CHICAGO EXHIBITION. - ? 9 ? AN OMISSION. Mention was made in a lengthy report which appeared in the Perth papers of important articles sent from this colony to the Chicago Exhibi tion, but no mention was made of the jarrah sent by Mr. C. L. Hastie. Mr. Hastie naturally felt annoyed at this omission, and wrote for an explana tion, to which he received the follow ing reply from the manager of the Rockingham Jarrah Timber Uo. : To Mr. 0, L. Hastie, Bunbury. Dear Sie, — Your favor of the 16tL inst. The omission of mention of your fine sample of Jarrah rests with the rep resentative of the Daily Netos, and I can only take it that he had not more space to spare or that in his opinion the other ex hibits required more notice. Your bound ary post was out of the case with the deeply incised inscription showing and it was the first sample shown to him. and the certificate you sent with it was fully explained and favorably commented on by him. I was particular over ...

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THE WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

TEE WELLINGTON POADS BOARD ELECTION. ? « ? The election of two members to fill the vacancies in the Roads Board caused by the resignation of Messrs. Spencer and Trigwell was held on Thursday in the Mechanics' Institute. At the opening of the proceedings there were only 3 voters present be sides the candidates. When a show of hands was called for each of the candidates by the Returning Officer (Mr. J. F. Johnston, J.P.) the votes were found to be equal. Mr. D. A. Hay then demanded a poll on behalf of one of the candidates. The names of the candidates on the ballot paper were — Dr. Lovegrove and Messrs. Hay, Hough, Gardiner and Buckby ; but Mr. Hay had notified his retirement in The Herald and he again notified to the Returning Officer. The Returning Officer agreed to count the votes at two o'clock, and at that hour the polling was : Gardi ner, 141 ; Hough, 107 ; S. D. Buckby, 64 ; Dr. Lovegrove, 55. Up to six o'clock, the hour for closing the poll, Mr. Hough increased the proportion ...

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WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD MEETING. Our Reporter was too unwell to at tend the meeting of 'the Roads Board on Saturday last, and as we have not since been able to obtain a copy of the minutes, we are indebted to the kind ness of one of the members' for the following brief summary of the pro ceedings. There were present : Messrs. John ston, Maguire, Gardiner, Reading, Hough, Clifton and Baldock. After the confirmation of the min utes, Mr. Hough proposed and Mr. Gardiner seconded that Mr. Reading take the Chair. Mr. Johnston considered he had a better right to the chairmanship as he had been elected chairman and re turning officer at the previous meeting A considerable discussion on the subject took place, Mr. Johnston finally gave way and Mr. Reading was elected Chairman. A lot of correspondence Avas then dealt with. Mr. Gardiner was authorised to get a culvert erected on the Upper Ferguson Road, and Mr. Maguire one on the Preston Road at a place known as Thompson's Bridge. Mr. Coutt's a...

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THE VICTORIAN TEAM. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

THE VICTORIAN TEAM. [By Telegraph.] [From our Correspondent.] Melbourne, Tuesday. The following players have been, selected to represent Victoria in the Intercolonial cricket match against Western Australia on Saturday : Bean, Carlton, Harvey, Haddrick, Laver, Lewis, Mitchell, Morris, Ross, Stuckey and Tarrant. This is considered a strong team. Five of the players selected made 354 runs between them on Saturday last in a club match.

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THE BUNBURY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

TEE BUNBURY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. ? 9 ? The usual monthly meeting of the above was held in the Mechanics' In stitute on Monday evening. Mr. T Hayward in the chair, There was a good attendance of members present The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Nominations for the office of Presi dent were then invited, but it was evidently the wish of the Association that Mr. Hayward should be reap pointed President, and as the press of business which had prevented his at tendance, was to some extent removed, he consented to take the position again. He was, accordingly, declared elected President. As no nominations were received for the office of Secretary, Mr. Mar shall, the acting-Secretary, was again reluctantly compelled to take it. Dr. Lovegrove then moved — ' That in the opinion of the Association it is desirable that the Government be asked to provide a Public Park for Bunbury. At present he said there was no recreation ground for the people, and what there was could n...

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SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING. ? $ ? At a special meeting of the Council held last night, there were present — The Mayor and Crs. Clarke, Moore, Banting and Maxted, A letter, dated 15th inst., was read -from the Commissioner of Railways, stating that the fencing in Stirling-st. will be removed as soon as the new station was erected, which would be undertaken shortly. A letter, dated 10th inst., was read having reference to the bath house. A letter from the Commissioner of Crown Lands, dated 17th March, rela tive to the deviation in the Bunbury - Vasse road near the race-course. It was resolved that the land asked for by the Race Club in their letter of the loth inst. be leased to the club af an annual rental of £1 per annum, for a term of 9 years, provided the improvements mentioned in letter of February be effected within 3 years from this date. Resolved that the next meeting be held on Wednesday April 5th.

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TOUR OF THE W.A. ELEVEN. MATCH AGAINST ADELAIDE. A WIN FOR W.A. ADELAIDE, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

TOUR OF TEE W.A. ELEVEN. ? v MATCH AGAINST ADELAIDE. A WIN FOR W.A. (By Telegraph.) [Feom Oue Correspondent.] Adelaide, Friday. The first match between the West Australian eleven and South Austra lia commenced yesterday. South Australia went to the wickets first and were all out for 211.' _ The W.A. eleven commence their innings to-day. Bishop secured the best bowling average for the West Australians, getting 3 wickets for 39 runs. Adelaide, Saturday. The match between the West Aus tralians and Adelaide C.C. recom menced yesterday, the West Austra lians going to the wickets. North and Orr made a prolonged stand, bi'inging the score from 44 to 160. The game was ultimately won by W.A. on the first innings, by 22 runs. The individual scores were : Bird, 3; Bennett, 18; North, 90; Orr, 63; Bateman, 13 ; Duffy, 5 ; Randall, 0 ; Back, 14 : Hussey, not out. 4 ; Culli nan, 8 ; Bishop, 0 ; Total : ' 233. Moffat and Wilson did not play. The West. Australians commence a match on Monday against...

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THE COLLIE COAL. ANOTHER FAVORABLE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

THE COLLIE COAL. ? » ANOTHER FAVORABLE REPORT Mr. Law, the gentleman referred to by Mr. Port at the meeting of the Progress Association last Monday night week as the representative of a wealthy New South Wales syndi cate, returned from a visit to the Collie coal field on Thursday last. Mr. Law has a practical knowledge of coal mining, his experience extend ing over 25 years ; and is at present part proprietor of a coal mine in New South Wales. His object in visiting the coal-field was to satisfy himself that the favorable report of Dr. Robertson on the Collie coal field was not exaggerated, and to report on the field generally to the syndicate he represents. When asked by a representative of The Herald, Mr. Law expressed him self fully satisfied that Dr. Robinson's report was not exaggerated, and that in his (Mr. Law's) opinion a very ex tensjvefurnacecoal field had been dis covered at the Collie fully equal to. if not superior than, the New South Wales coal for locomotive or steame...

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TUESDAY'S PLAY. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

TUESDAY'S PLAY. Adelaide, Tuesday. Match resumed to-day on the Adelaide Oval. Bateman and Culli nan, the not out men, resumed their innings, but made no stand. All out for 113. Bateman, 20; Cullinan, 8; Bennett, 0; Randall, 0; Moffatt, 2; Bishop, not out, 3 ; sundries, 19. The West Australians had to follow on, and at lunch time had lost 3 wickets for 22 runs. Bennet, b 10 ; Back, run out 7; North, c 5. Later. Orr and Duffy made a good stand, putting on 70 runs. Orr made 44 ; Duffy, 42. Innings closed for 131 ; leaving South Australia 8 runs to make to win. This was, done by the first 2 men, and South thus won by 10 wickets. The W.A. Eleven proceeds to Mel bourne to-morrow, and commences a match against Victoria on Saturday.

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MATCH AGAINST SOUTH AUSTRALIA. MONDAY'S PLAY. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893

MATCH AGAINST SOUTH -=1 AUSTRALIA. MONDAY'S PLAT. Adelaide, Tuesday. The West Australian eleven com menced a match yesterday against an eleven representing South Australia. South Australia won the toss and went to the wickets, making the tidy score of 232 runs before they were all out. Bishop secured 5 wickets, Duffy 8, and Bateman 2. The West Australians went in to bat at nearly five o'clock, and when the stumps were drawn had lost five wickets for 94. The scores for W.A. are as follows — Back, 4 ; Hussey, 8 ; Duffy, 14 ; North, 25; Orr, 9 ; Bateman (not out), 17; Cullinan, (not out), 7 ; sundries, 10— Total (for 5 wickets) . 94. Bennett, Randall, Bishop and Mof fat have yet to bat.

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

For Watch Repairing, etc., go to J. Collins Stephen St.., Bunbury — ' The Practical Watchmaker.' — Adtt. Spencer and Son are now opening up their New 'Winter's goods Before pur chasing elsewhere be sure and inspect their stock. — Advt. Nesbifc and Jerger, Hay street, receive fresh consignments of Jewellery and Elec- ;. 't'roplate erery maLL

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

Nesbi' , and Jerger Hay street, have ally made boxes for packing watches free of cost. — Advt. Nesbit and Jergor, Hay street, are always glad to post goocls on application. '-?'- The Western Soap Works, Ballarat, were destroyed by fire yesterday. Thejikice is insured for £1*000*. ,v ...

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