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SMALLPOX SCARE IN PERTH DECISION OF THE DOCTORS. PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893
SMALLPOX SCARE IN PERTE — — « ? DECISION OF THE DOCTORS. Perth, Friday. Some alarm exists in the city at what is believed to be a case of small pox. The patient, an Afghan, has devel oped symptoms which are supposed to be small-pox. The case is being narrowly watched by the doctors, and the patient has been isolated in order to prevent in fection should it prove to be the dread disease. Perth, Tuesday. The doctors have agreed that the Cingalese in the hospital is suffering from small-pox, and consequently the most stringent precautions have been taken. Perth, This Day. The case of small-pox at the hospi tal is causing considerable anxiety in the city. Dr. Scott, the Health Officer, re ports that the case is really one of small-pox, and recommends the imme diate isolation of the patient, and the Daily Neios urges his removal to the quarantine station at Woodman's Point. The Daily Netvs of Thursday says with reference to the above : ' Con siderable alarm has been occasioned by the rum...
ENLARGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893
ENLARGEMENT. ? * ? 'We are pleased to be able to make the gratifying announcement that the next issue of The Bunbury Hekald will appear in its extended form, to which we referred some time back, and we take the opportunity in our last issue of the limited publication to express our grateful thanks to those of our supporters who kindly allowed their advertisements so long ?^ to appear in our supplement, a course that was unavoidable, and the detri mental effect of which we quite re cognised. Such a sacrifice of our patrons' interests will not occur again under the enlarged issue. All advertisements will appear properly classified, and advertisers who wish to have their advertisements altered can do so by sending in alterations at the end of this week.
NEW SOUTH WALES. SIR GEO. DIBBS WILL RESIGN. SYDNEY, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893
NEW SOUTH WALES. ? ♦ ? SIR GEO. DIBBS WILL RESIGN. Sydney, March 24. Sir George Dibbs announced hi3 intention in Assembly last night of re signing his seat in the House owing to financial difficulties. General re gret is expressed. Later. Sir George SDibbs' insolvency is announced. His assets amount to £35,000, and his liabilities to £18,000 It is feared his insolvency will un favorably affect British feeling in connection with the Australian se curities.
VICTORIA. TRAMWAY EMPLOYEES. MELBOURNE, March, 24. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893
VICTORIA. TRAMWAY EMPLOYEES. Melbourne, March, 24. In consequence of representations to the directors of the Tramway Company, by eighteen employees who were suddenly dismissed, for their action in connection with the forma tion of an association of employees, the directors have notified to the men that, while determined to maintain discipline, they do not wish to act harshly, and are therefore prepared to reinstate the men upon their un dertaking to conform to jthe rules of the service.
SERIOUS CONVICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 29 March 1893
SERIOUS CONVICTION. An inquest was held yesterday on the body of a young married woman named Ann Melville, who died sud denly in child-birth. The jury re turned a verdict of manslaughter against Elizabeth Jane Walker, the midwife in attendance at the time, and added a rider to their verdict that a law should be passed to pre vent women advertising themselves as qualified mid wives when they did not hold a diploma.
WELLINGTON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893
WELLINGTON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A meeting of the above Society was held at the close of the Fruit Grow ers' meeting. Mr. R. H. Rose, the President of the Society was unani mously elected delegate to the Agri cultural Conference, and similar in structions in regard to co-operating with the delegate of the Fruit Grow ers' Association were given.
Meetings. WELLINGTON VINE & FRUIT GROWERS' ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893
Meetings.. WELLINGTON VINE & FRUIT GROWERS' ASSOCIATION On Saturday afternoon a meeting of the above was held in the Mechan ics' Institute. The President of the Society (Mr. E. M. Clarke) occupied the chair, and there was a fair attend ance of those interested in the objects' of the Society. The Chairman read the public no tice which appeared in the last week's Herald convening: the meetiner and stated that the first business on hand was to enroll members. In response to his invitation all in the hall (with one exception) who had not previously joined came for ward and enrolled themselves as mem bers. The Chairman read the rules which had been drawn up by the committee. These were adopted without amend ment. The Chairman then stated that a circular had been received from the Hon. J. G. Amherst, Secretary of the Central Association, of which the following is a copy : Pebth, 16th March. 1893. Deae Sie, — At a meeting of the committee of the Swan District Vine and Fruit Growers...
TUESDAY'S RACES. YORK, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893
TUESDAY'S RACES. York, Wednesday. The results of yesterday's racing were : Hurdle Race. Lowlander ? 1 Hero ... ? 2 Sir Galahad ? ... 3 York Cup. Mt. Zeehan ? 1 Hero III. ... ... ... 2 Ina... ? ... ... 3 Won by throe lengths. Members Handicap. Lowlander ? ... 1 Oberon ... ... ...... '2 Hero ... ... ..; .... 3 Ladies' Purse. Voltaire ? ... 1 Ragman ? 2 Easter Handicap. Durable ? 1 Gonua ? 2 Mt. Zeehan ? '... 3
THE YORK RACES. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] MONDAY'S RACING. YORK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893
THE YORK RACES. ? (by electric telegraph.) [From our Own Correspondent.] MONDAY'S RACING. York, Tuesday. The York Turf Club's annual race meeting commenced yesterday. The W. A. Plate was a gift to Mt. Zeehan, who led all the way and won as he liked. The Avon Plate, how ever, was a grand race, and Mt. Zeehan. was again successful, but only by half a head from The Crash. The following are the results of the first day's racing : Hurdle Race. Bluewing .., ? 1 Crown ? 2 Flying Stakes. The Crash ? 1 HeroIII ? ... 2 Molba ? ... 3 W. A. Plate. Mt. Zeehan ... ... ... 1 Ina ? ... ... 2 NimrodIL ... ... ... 3 Won easily. Selling Race. Voltaire ? ... ... 1 Crown ? 2 Spy ... ... ... ... 3 Avon Plate. Mt. Zeehan ? 1 The Crash ... ... ... 2 Sir Galahad ... ... ... 3 This was a splendid race ; won by half a head.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893
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THE BUNBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893
THE BUIMBURY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1893. It is a source of much, gratification to us to be able at this early period in the existence of The Bunbuey Herald to announce that with the present issue the promised exten sion of :jMs publication has been effected, and that in future The Herald will be published in its present enlarged form. The in creased dimensions of the new issue represents 4 columns extra matter. This large increase of space will afford greater facilities for the further improvement of The Herald, and for the extension of its sphere of usefulness and in fluence. In our first issue we ex pressed ourselves as fully alive to the perilous nature of embarking in a stern chase to capture public opinion, public confidence, and public support. At the time we launched our venture we found the social life of Bunbury and the local bodies of the district dominat ed by an influence that sought to subject public opinion to individual opinion, and hence a condition of internal...
THE WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893
THE WEIGHTS. The following weights were de clared this afternoon by the handi cappers, Messrs W. B. Mitchell, sen., and J. H. Naylor; — Wellington Handicap st. lbs. Lowlander ... ... 9 7 Orphan ? ... 8 10 Tremolando ... ... 8 8 Dagmar ... ... ... 8 6 Miss Boolka ... .... 8 4 Skylight ? ; ... 7 10 Orient ? ... 7 8 Padlock ? ; ... 7 0 Marquis ... ... ... 6 7 Galloway Handicap Tremolous ... ... 9 3 Bar One ... ... ... 7 0 Alarm ... ? 7 0 Ladies' Purse Lockville... ... ... 9 7 Lowlander ... ... 9 7 Orphan ... ... .... 8 10 Tremolando ... ,v ... 8 8 Dagmar ... ... ... 8 6 Miss Boolka ... ... 8 6 Skylight ... ... ; ; ... 7 10 Orient ... ... ..,7 3 Padlock ... ... .... 7 3 Emulation ... ... 7 3 Bendigo ... ... ... 7 0 Highlander^ ... ... 7 0 Carbine ? ... 6 12
OPENING OF NEW SCHOOL. GREAT FESTIVITIES. MONDAY, April 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893
OPENING OF NEW SCHOOL. GREAT FESTIVITIES. Monday, April 3rd. The fete to celebrate the opening of the school-hoixse at the tinfields was a tremendous success, in every respect beyond the most sanguine ex pectations. Enrly this morning tho weather looked anything but pro pitious, and more or less continued raining till dinner time. Much fear was entei'tained that it would to a great extent militate against the people gathering, especially those ex pected from beyond the radius of the tinfields. Fortunately, after dinner, the weather took a change for tho better, and it turned out a fair after noon. At a rough guess the number of people would bo pretty well up to 150. No less than six carriages loaded up came from Bridgetown. It was found necessary to have tho tables laid down three or four times, and this was done in such an exne ditious and orderly manner that there was no jar nor any unpleasant ness, and the whole company seemed to be in the best possible humour. Some time ago refe...
The Turf. THE BUNBURY RACES. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893
The Turf. ? A. ? THE BUNBURY RACES. THE NOMINATIONS. It is anticipated that the 1893 meeting of the Bunbury Turf Club will be one of the most successful — if not the most sucecessful — meetings yet held by the club, and certainly the indefatigable exertions of the com mittee and secretary seem to warrant the fulfilment of these expectations. The programme for the day consists of — Maiden Plate, £50 ; Galloway Handicap, £6 ; Wellington Handicap, £50; Selling Race £21; Hack Race, £5 ; Ladies' Purse, £20 ; Losers' Handicap, £10. The nominations for thethree principal events, Wellington Handicap, Galloway, and Ladies' Purse — closed at the Rose Hotel last night, when a very good number of entries were received, a list of which appears below. Following are the nominaiions: Wellington Handicap. Mr. Locke's Miss Boolka, Mr. Locke's Skylight, Mr. J. Cooper's Tremolando, Mr. C. F. Roberts' Marquis, Mr. C. F. Roberts' Dagmar, Mr. A. C. Payne's Orphan, Mr. C. F. Fawcett's Orient, Mr. A. Moore'...