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NELSON. BRIDGETOWN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

NELSON: (From Our Correspondent.) Bridgetown, Monday. The Nelson Roads Board held their usual monthly meeting on Thursday evening last, March 30th. Present : Messrs. Allnutt (in the chair), J. Smith, T. Giblett, T. Muir, and Win. Forrest, jr. In the absence of the secretary ow ing to sickness, the minute book was obtained from him and the minutes read and confirmed. Sundry letters were read from the Under Secretary of Works stating that £150 was paid to the Board's credit out of the general revenue for the first half-year ending June 30th ; also that £200 from the Loan Grant was allotted to this Board for con structing works and effecting im provements. A letter from Mr. G. C. Rose, ask ing that the Preston Reserve be al tered so as to embrace only one side of the river was the subject of much discussion, but it was resolved that the alteration could not be entertained as it might establish an inconvenient precedent. T. G-. Draper applied for three gates. Application granted on the ...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald
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CORRESPONDENCE. THE SALVATION ARMY. (To the Editor of The Bunbury Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

CORRESPONDENCE. *^_ _ ? THE SALVATION ARMY. [To the Editor of The Bunbury Eerald.) Sib, — Kindly allow me through the medium of your columns to draw the attention of the religionprofess ing element of Bunbury to one of the — well to put it mildly we will say — eccentricities of the Salvation Army as represented here. I refer to a song sung on their plat form this evening descriptive of the Saviour's agony in the garden of Gethsemane. Although not a professing (sic) Christian myself. I was brought np to respect and treat with veneration all things divine, and when I heard the solemn story of Gethsemane with all its awe, when I heard again of the anguish of the man Jesus in those his last terrible hours, sung in wretched doggerel verses to the old nigger melody known as ' Massa's in the cold, cold ground,' I could not help feeling disgusted and shocked, for I deem an association of the most sacred of themes with a tune which is only suggestive of burnt cork and funny corner men to be ...

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Roads Boards. WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

Beads Boards. WELLINGTON. Before our last issue we were un able to obtain a copy of the minutes of the Roads Board meeting and we were only able to give a short resume of the business of the meeting. We now add a few more particulars. A letter was read from Messrs. Honey and Co. with reference to the closing ox the road running through Mr. Piggott's paddock at the Collie, and also correspondence between Mr. B. Pendleton, overseer in charge of the coal mines, and the Government, on the same subject. It was resolved that the secretary should obtain all the correspondence on the subject, which will be con sidered next meeting. A letter from the Under-secretary for Lands with reference to the pro posal to divide the Wellington Roads District. On the proposition of Mr. Baldock, seconded by Mr. A. Clifton, the fol lowing resolution was carried unani mously — ' That in the opinion of the Board it is not necessary to divide the district at all at the present time.' Four applications were re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

JA.MES-BLDA.H, ;.:. : MHCEBAL 'WATER & CORDIAL KA1TUFACTUESR, BUNEUEY,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

'??..% A. SCHOFIELD, ' ? STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS EEPOSITOEY, — BTJNBTJIIY. —

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Messrs. Kelly & Co., Sydney, report : Tin Ore, 16s. per unit. EEessrs. Thomas Eayward and Son report :— 'Wholesale Price List. Galvanised Iron (Orb brand) 26 gauge, £22 10s. ton. Bar Iron, £11 10s. ton. Fencing wire (Annealed steel), £11 10s. to £12 CralvaniBed 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, 11b. Salt, fine (Black Horse), £6 10s. ton. Bone Dust (imp.), £7 ton. Flour (Adelaide Roller), £11 ton. „ (Bunbury Roller), £11 ton. Pollard, £7 I0s: Bran, £6 10s. Oats, 3s. 3d. bushel. Chaff, £6. ton Potatoes, £8 ton. Wheat, 4s, 6d, Peas, 4s, Onions, £8. Sugar, £22 10s. to £28 ton, Tea, Is. 3d. to 2s. lb. Cement 17s 6d cask. April 5th, 1893.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

Shipping;. -WJk AD ELAIDE ^'llll^Jk S. S. C 0., -C5^aiiiss33=3- (Limited) (Under Contract with the West Austra lian Government for the Con veyance of Mails) Will despatch their Splendid Steamships as under : — To Bunbury Roads, Va3se Eoads, and Qnindalup. Steamkr Leaves t Flinders, 'Wed. April 5 4.30 p.m. No cargo received after 2 p.m. on day of lailiag. To Dongarra and Gteraldton. Flinders April. Tues. 4. 5 p.m. . No cargo can be received after^p.m on day of sailing. To G-eral&ton. Sharks Eay, Carnarvon Eoads, Ashburton Roads, Pearling Grounds, Roebuck Bay, transhipping at Roebuck Bay to s.s. Rob Eoy for Derby, Wyndham, and Port Darwin. Steame* e^^le TiMB Victorian April 12. 5Pm For the Colonies (From Fremantle) a~»» f~e ™* ' Albany Sat. April 8. Noon. From Melbourne and ^Adelaide, with transhipments from Sydney. o ? Leaves Leaves bTEAMER ^£BIB0UBSB {Adelaide Tenterden April 6. April 10 110BT. FOEKEST, Local Agent. 'V-^iK TTUDDART ?***MiiEl fek il P A R K E R ^^^^,A^TD CO.'...

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A DASTARDLY OUTRAGE [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

A DA3TAKDLY OUTRAGE A dastardly act is reportedito have been perpetrated at Judd and Co.'s the well-known printers, who had 80 engines destroyed by employees. The men objected to the introduction of iype-settinsr machines.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

STesbit and Jerger, Hay '.strefet, are always glad's jjor.vy.,-'-;-; e* *;;t-TkijjK;'! _ Kcstic liiid ocr^er, liaj ' tiifji, l-eceivo fresh consignments of Jewollcjg? and ^elec troplate every mail. ': ij

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The Latest Cables. LORD ROSEBERRY. LONDON, April 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

The Latest Cables. (From our own Correspondent,) LOBD EOSEBEKRY. London, April 4th. Loi'd Roseberry has intimated to Lord Cromer by a despatch that it is necessary for the peace of Europe that England should hold Egypt. England has no intention whatever of withdrawing. Rather would tho army of occupation be increased, should necessity arise.

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LOCAL CRICKET. FERGUSON V. BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

LOCAL CBIOKET. FERGUSON V. BRUNSWICK. A very pleasant cricket match was played at the Brunswick on Saturday afternoon last between the above clubs, and resulted in a win for Fer guson, who beat the Brunswickers by 15 runs. Appended are the scores: Feegtjson. — 1st- Innings. Jas. Fowler, b Meredith, ? 2 J. Gardiner, b Crampton, ... .... 18 D. Gardiner, b Meredith ? 9 Slattery. c Galvin, b Crampton... 4 Slattery, c Brunsden b „ ... 8 3S. Gardiner, c Galvin, b Crampton 8 Flynn, b Meredith, ? 0 Fowler, c Crampton, b Meredith, 0 tth. Gardiner (capt.) b „ 0 .Clifton, (not out) ? 0 Jackson, c Fowler b Meredith,... 0 Byes ? 2 Total 61 2nd. Innings. W. Clifton, c Fowler, b Meredith 1 J. Fowler, put out Brunsden ... 5 H. Gardiner, c Partridge, ? 2 J. Gardiner, c Offer, b Crampton, 16 Slattery, c Galvin, b Meredith,... 0 Fowler, c Meredith, b Crampton, 5 Ed. Gardiner, b Crampton, ... 1 J. Slattery, b Crampton, ? 0 E. Gardiner, e Partridge, ? 3 3Tlynn, not out ? 16 Jackson, b Meredith, ... , ? ...

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Greenbushes. FRIDAY, March 31st. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

Greenbuslies. [Feo3[ Our Correspondent.] Friday,' March 31st. On Wednesday last a serious acci* dent occurred at Hester's hill, by which Mr. Allnutt of the Grange lost a valuable shaft horse, The cause of the accident is attributed to a faulty brake. It seems the horses got beyond the control of the driver, and started miming down the hill, increas ing their speed as they went. Ai.ter they had gone a hundred yards or so, the shaft horse fell and broke his neck the waggon passing over him break ing his leg. The strangest part of the occurence is that the other horses pressed on at their highest speed without ji shafter and after passing another team that was ahead of them on the road kept on for another half mile without sustaining any further damage. I have often wished to make a few remarks on this part of Hester's Hill, and this seems to be a good opportunity to draw tho atten tion of the Blackwood Roads Board to this villainous horse-killing piece of road, which is dangerous of e...

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A PLOT DISCOVERED. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

A PLOT DISCOVERED. A plot has been discovered having1 for its object tho o,ssassination ? of Prince Ferdinand. Several railway officials have been arrested for complicity.

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SATURDAY'S PLAY. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

SATURDAY'S PLAY. Melbourne, Saturday. The match between the 'West Aus tralians and Victoria commenced to day. Bird and Cullinan are standing out to-day, but Wilson, whose knee is improving i3 playing. The wickets are soft after the late heavy rains. The Victorians went to the wickets first and by lunch time had lost only one wicket for 122 runs. Harry (not out, 62) ; Lewis (not out), 17. Some heavy showers of rain fell during the lunch hour, which it iB considered likely will spoil the afternoon's attendance.

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The W. A. Eleven. MATCH AGAINST VICTORIA. VICTORY FOR VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

The W. A. Eleven. ? e ? ? MATCH AGAINST VICTORIA. VICTORY FOR VICTORIA. (By Telegraph.) {T?BOH OUS COEEESPOITPENT.] Melbourne, Friday. The reception accorded the W.A. Eleven on their arrival -was moat hearty. The secretary and a number of the members of- the Cricket Asso ciation met them. The team were driven round to see the sights of the city in specially hired conveyances and in the evening complimentary tickets to all tho theatres were sent them.

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LATER. TUESDAY'S PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

Later. TUESDAY'S PLAY. The Western Australian team fol lowed on their for their second in nings to-day (Tuesday). Back and Randell were Bent to the wickets first, but the former was soon bowled for 1. Randell made 15 before he was caught. North and Orr made a fine stand, batting being good. North made six fourers and showed good form. Orr was bowled for 18. When the third wicket fell, the respectable total of 80 had been compiled, but the others made no stand, and the innings closed for 130. North played a magnificent inningB for 77. The game, therefore, resulted in a win for Victoria by an innings and 244 runs. North's inning was much admired as a splendid display of batting.

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MONDAY'S PLAY. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

MONDAY'S PLAY. Melbourne, Tuesday. Beautiful weather favored holiday seekers yesterday, and a very fair at tendance witnessed bhe continuation of the match. The Victorians resumed their in nings, and put together 411 before the last wicket fell. Harry made the top score of 11*5. Duffy secured five wickets for 124 funs ; Bishop, two wickets for 101 ; North, two wickets for 18. The West Australians then went in, but they utterly collapsed, being all disposed of for the small total of 37. The scoring was : Back, 0 ; Ran dell, 8; North, 2; Duffy, 0 ; Orr, 6; Bateman, 0 ; Bennett, 3 ; Hussey, 0 ; Wilson (not out), 10 ; Moffat. 0 ; Bishop, 5.

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OUR VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

OUR VISITORS. A special through train brought a party of gentlemen to Bunbury last Thursday evening for the purpose of spending their Easter holidays in fishing and shooting. It is well known that our river teems with fish, P and that good sport is always to be had. The party consisted of the Hon. the Commissioner of Rail ways, the Hon. J. H. Amherst, Judge Stone, Messrs. McNeil, Agnew, Manuel, and E. Shenton. Mr. McNeil drove the party to Mill Point on Friday, where a boat was vraiting to take them on to the fishing ground. The Commissioner and' Mr. Amherst were well supplied with rods and fishing tackle. After an enjoyable afternoon's sport they returned to Bunbury with a good basket of about 60 fish. The Commissioner then drove Mr. Amherst and Mr. Shenton to Dardanup Park,' the residence of the Hon. H. W. Venn. On Saturday morning the party again went up the river anticipating good sport. The day was very fine and again a large number offish were killed. Mr. McNeil with a hand li...

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Failure of a Bank. THE COMMERCIAL BANK IN DIFFICULTIES. SUSPENDS PAYMENT. PROFFERED ASSISTANCE. GREAT UNEASINESS EXISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

Failure of a Bank. THE COMMERCIAL BANK IN DIFFICULTIES. SUSPENDS PAYMENT. PROFFERED ASSISTANCE. GREAT UNEASINESS EXISTS. Great excitement was created amongst our business men when the rumour was spread abroad that the Commercial Bank had stopped pay ment, owing to pressure of creditors in Melbourne, and several merchants here received telegrams not to take Commercial bank notes. It is rumoured that the Associated Banks offered to advance £2,000,000 to help the bank, but the offer was not accepted, feeling it useless in the the face of the persistent run. At three o'clock to-day we received the following telegrams . [by electric telegraph.] (From our own Correspondent.) Perth, This Day. ' The Commercial Bank suspended payment this morning, and great com motion exists in financial circles in Perth in consequence. At ten o'clock a notice was posted at the door of the bank — 'This bank temporarily sns-. pended payment. (Signed) Thomas, Manager.' It is presumed instruc tions came from Me...

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QUEENSLAND. RELIEF FOR NEW SOUTH WALES. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893

QUEENSLAND,, RELIEF FOR NEYf SOUTH WALES. Brisbane, Thursday. At a meeting of the Flood Relief Committee, it was proposed to remit £4000 to the Mayor of Sydney for the relief of the distress caused by the floods in New South Wales, but it was found that the committee could not legally divert any portion of the money from the object for which i was subscribed — the relief of distress in Queensland. They therefore asked that any sums subsequently collected might, with the consent of the donors, be used in New South Wales.

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