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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893
Chemists. r ? »T TP M M E R S 0 N, ^-* ° ? ~ a 'J ??-...-. CHEMIST AND DKUGGIST, . ST-EPHEISr ST . . . ... ...... BUNBURY. :' (Established 1S83.) Sulphate of Ammonia in cwt. casks Genuine Horse & Cattle Medicines, Genuine Patent Medicines. EDMUND DEAN AND Co. Wholesale and Retail CHEMISTS ANDBR UGGISTS, e MaNCFACTUBEBS & IjIPOBTEBS OF Drugs-, Chemicals, B7iarinaceutical Pre parations, Proprietary and Patent Medicines, Toilet and Nursery Requisites, Perfumery, Ete. Station Managers, Storekeepers, and Contractors Supplied at the Lowest Bates. Country Orders will receive prompt attention. -?HAT ST.BEET, Perth. HIGH BTTuKET^ze-fiisbntle. DEAIT'3 1. ,. Indigestion Mixture. By its digestive, stomach-invigorating ?and appetizing properties, is a positive remedy for Indigestion, it stands on its ovrn merits, and on the reputation obtained by the -wonderful effects which have followed its use every where. PRICE, 2s, Cd. 2. ., Co.ii Cure removes corns pain lessly, cures in thr...
BUNBUBY VOLUNTEER CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893
BUNBURY VOLUNTEER CORPS. We are extremely pleased to learn that since the District Board of Education kindly granted the use of the Girl's old school for drill purposes, the attendance has been much more satisfactory. In a short time No. 1 squad will be thoroughly efficient in all the recruit drill. The lack of rifles has been badly felt, as without these it is impossible to do the manual, platoon, and other exercises, but it is ex pected that in a few weeks rifles of the latest and most approved pattern will be landed from England, when the Bunbury Corps will be supplied with them. Tho attendance of the non-commissioned of ficers has been good, and that of the other officers excellent. Great credit is due to Color-sergeant Coombes, the drill instructor, for the patience, tact, and skill he has displayed in his trying, and somewhat arduous task. The first ' Commanding Officer's Pa rade' of the Bunbury Eifle Volunteer Corps took place on the recreation ground Ia3t Thursday evening. O...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL MEETING THE CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL MEETING THE CORRESPONDENCE. The following correspondence rela ting to the applications o'f the Council 1. For permission to erect a bathing house ; 2. With reference to the re moval of the fencing across Stirling street ; 3. Re tho granting of a por tion of the commonage to the Race Club was read at the special meeting of the Council on Tuesday night : Perth, March 10th., 1803. Sib, — Adverting to previous correspon dence relative to the erection of Bathing House at Bunbury, I am desired by tho Hon. Director of Public Works to state, that pre suming the said structure will be at some convenient place, and that it -will be sufli ciently Iclose to the shore to avoid inter ference with shipping of any kind, he does nob see any objection to it. The Minister would, however, suggest that it would be, in his opinion, desirable that the floor of the bathing house should bo at the Bame levol as the floor of the jetty, as he apprehends that the height of the jetty has been d...
A Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893
A Presentation. Mr. Jervase Clifton, who has resided at Moorland for about twenty five years, and who is well known and respected throughout the district as a lay preacher of the Church of England, will leave shortly to live at Dardanup. His friends and admirers decided to present him ere leaving with a souvenir as a token of the es teem in which he is held, and to this end he was invited to a social gather ing on Thtirsday evening last. Mr. W. Forrest, Senr., occupied the chair, and there were about twenty five ladies and gentlemen present. Mr. Forrest, in making the present (a handsomely illuminated address and a purse of sovereigns) spoke warmly of Mr. Clifton's indefatigable efforts as a. preacher. He had trav elled bad roads and preached continu ously for a generation or so without reward other than the consciousness of having done well. He trusted Mr. Clifton would accept the address and purae in the spirit in which they were tendered. Mr. Clifton feelingly responded. He would...
Later. VASSE, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893
Later. [by electric telegraph] (From our own Correspondent.) Vasse, This Day. I have to report another accident at Augnsta to a young man named Edward Ellis, whose horse fell and rolled on him, dislocating his hip, and severely bruising him. A messenger was sent in for Dr. Bryan, who went out immediately. Last Monday Mr. Layman, third son of G. Layman, Esq., of Wonncrup, was united in the bonds of holy mat rimony to Miss Edith Reynolds, a daughter of J. G. Reynolds, Esq. The weather was very rough, and must havo spoiled some of the very handsome dresses of the bridal party, which was a. very large one. The Quindalup people are to be congratulated upon at last having their telegraph office opened, which took place on Easter Monday. A very successful Fancy Di-esa Ball was held last night in the Weld Institute to pay off the debt on the Bathing House. A daughter of Mr. Delfs died at Augusta on Sunday last, and has been brought into Vasse for burial. Mrs. Maxwell, of Boranup, is dan ger...
Vasse. VASSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893
Vasse. [I'jROM OUR GORttESrONDfiNf.] Vasse, Saturday. In my last I Stated that the Mar garet Bridge was nearly completed ; since then I have been unable learn if tho work hafi yet been completed. Neither have I learnt any particulars respecting the tender that was sent in over a month ago to the Sussex Roads Board for the clearing- of the new road to the bridge. It appears that the Roads Board accepted a cer tain tender for clearing the road and making culverts on it, siibject to the approval of the Works Department. The tender was sent to the Works Department together with a letter on the subject, and so far as I can learn there the matter- rests at present. Most likely something defi nite will be known when the Roads Board meets on Saturday next. The arbitration case, Reynolds v. Roads Board, is still undecided, Mr. Yelverton having gone to Fremantle on business. On his return no doubt the arbitrators will not be long mak ing their award. From Quindalup conies the news that the mi...
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893
Topics of the Week. A telegraph office ^vas opened at Quin dalup on Monday last. * * Very welcome showers of rain fell on Monday, Tuesday, and to-day, sufficient to fill most of the tanks in town. The rain was accompanied with ^strong north west winds. * * Mr. C. L. Hastie's letter in reply to an article which appeared in the Pall Mall Gazette, representing Karri timber to be more lasting than Jarrali for street par ing, will appear in our next issue. * * # Mr. H. I. Farrell, of Messrs. IFarrell, Moore and Co., Surveyors, Bunbury, Las been specially licensed by the Hon. the Commissioner of Crown Lands, to prac tise under the provisions of ' The Trans fer of Land Act,' 1874. ?*? Several of the visitors to Bunbury last week spoke in very favorable terras of the climate of Bunbury, and offered some very valuable suggestions aa to what the council should do to make Bunbury the ' Brighton of the colony.' bathing ac commodation being the first desideratum, * * The Cingalese, Brien, the sm...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 5 April 1893
Educational. BIVERVIEW COLLEGE, ST. GEOEGE'S TERRACE, Peeth (Adjoining Government House Grounds.) IT -will scarcely be denied that fche above College; with its beautiful and exten sive recreation grounds (extending to the water's edge), occupies one of the healthiest and most charming positions which this co lony can afford for Scholastic purposes. The spacious school-hall and other additions to the premises, which have been lately erected, are now finished and afford every accommo dation; which the health, comfort, and con venience of students may demand. In addi tion to all subjects necessary to ensure a good commercial training, and a sound En glish, education, the curriculum includes Music (any instrument), Singing, Dancing, Painting, Drawing, Science, Languages, Elo cution, Belles Lettrcs, and all other sub jects, which may, from time to time, be re quired for University or other examinations. Evening Classes are now open, at reduced fees, and vacancies exist for a large number...
TRAINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 April 1893
TRAINING NOTES. BY WATTLEBARK. At daybreak yesterday morning the first crack to put in an appearance on the track was Orphan, who did a rattling spin, finishing well. The nest were Dagmar and Mar quis. They did a good go overamile and-a-quarter, but Dagmar, of course, simply did as she liked. : : Highlander went twice round at a warm pace, showing plenty of style. Orient did one mile-and-a-distance, but appeared a bit off. Miss Boolka and Skylight did good work, the former showing plenty of life. Fawcett's horse, Bendigo, went a good bat over a mile, going like a warm member. Carbine was next to show up, and did a good go. He looks all over the winner of the Maiden. Tre.-nolanda went a mile-and-a quarter, but was, I thought,' a. little out of sorts. Tremolous was there, and looked well. The Galloway .Race should cer tainly be a moral for her.
The Turf. THE BUNBURY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 April 1893
JL116 JL Uii. THE BUNBURT RaCSS. On account of the late arrival of the train from Perth, the first ';race will start at 1 p.m. instead of 12 noon as previously notified. The racbs themselves promises to be thegreatest gathering at any of the racing events ever before witnessed in Bunbuiy. A large number of the residents of the outlying districts have been in town for the last few days awaiting, the race day, and a much larger contingent is said to be on their way here. There will also be a very large number of visitors come down by train to-morrow from Perth, probably 300, so we may ex pect a lively time at the races, and a much more livelier time at night. Every possible preparation is being made by our hotel-keepers to provide accommodation for visitors. A race ball will be held in the evening in the Catholic schoolroom, and another dance is to take place in the Mechanics' Institute.
THE HULL STRIKE [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 April 1893
THE HULL STRIKE, There is great excitement over the Hull strike, and several gun boats have been ordered to Hull for the protection of the town, The streets fre lined with police and the docks with troops. Mr. Turner, the manager of the Commercial Bank has issued a cir cular urging depositors to accept the reconstruction scheme other wise liquidation is impossible.' At a meeting of the associated banks yesterday it was decided to assist the Commercial customers where possible and not to take the busi ness from the new bank.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 April 1893
Chemists. 'F IJ1MMBES0 N do- -Ej CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, STEPHEN ST ? BUNBUKY (Established 18S3.) Sulphate of Ammonia in cwt. casks Genuine Horse & Cattle Medicines Genuine Patent Medicines. EDMUND DEAN AND Co. Wholesale and Retail CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS, Maxufactueeks & Impoetees of Drugs, Chemicals. Pharmaceutical Pre parations, Proprietary and Patent Medici?ies, Toilet and Nursery Requisites, Perfumery, JEte. Station Managers, Storekeepers, ana Contractors Supplied at the Lou-eat Bates. Country Orders ivill receive prompt attention. HAY STBEST, Pertk. HIGH STRSST^remantle. DEAN'S 1, „ Indigestion Mixture. By its digestive, stomach-invigorating and appetizing properties, is a 5 positive remedy for Indigestion, It stands on its own merits, and on the reputation obtained hy the wonderful effects which have followed its use every where. PRICE, 2s, Gd, 2, „ Corn Cure removes corns pain lessly, cures in three or four dajrs, will enable you to wallc with greatest ease, obv...
BRUNSWICK FARMERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 April 1893
BRUNSWICK FARMERS* ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the Brunswick farm ers -was held in the schoolroom on Wednesday last, April 5, for the pur pose of establishing a Farmers' Asso ciation. The meeting was well attended and very great interest was taken in the proceedings. Amongst those present wese Messrs. D. Eedle, T. Marriott, T. Logue, A. F. Clifton, R. H. Rose, jr., J. P. O. Wellard, J. Mulligan, T. Hayward, jr,, Sharps, L. Crampton, J. Piggott, B. Gardiner, W. Logue, J. Partridge, and C. Offer. Mr. Eedle was voted to the chair. The rules for the guidance of the association were read by the secre tary pro tern. — Mr. Partridge — and adopted. Mr. Wellard proposed Mr. Eedlfi as President of the Association ; second ed by Mr. A. F. Clifton and carried unanimously. Mr. Partridge was elected secretary on the motion of Mr. Marriott. The following committee.wei'eelect ecl by ballot— Messrs. Wellard, Clif ton, Rose, jr., Loguo, Buc^by, Racl ing, and Marriott. Mr. R.,s .!, ;j- . proposed ? fiat...
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 April 1893
Topics of -the- Week. ? A ? New subscribers to The Busbuht Heeald will receive one of our litho graphic views of Bunbury with their first copy. * * frLThe Mayor (W. Spencer, Esq.), has in s* rue ted us to acknowledge the sum of £1 1-is. 6d... collected by Mr. D. H, Higgins, in aid of the Queensland Belief Fund. ? * The s.s. Albany made one of the quickest passages on record between Pre ihanlle and Bunbury on Sunday last. She left Franantle at 9.5 a.m, and ar rived at the jetty in Buubun- at -4 o'clock in the afternoon. * * # We beg to draw the attention of our readers to the sale of properties to be held at the Wellington Hotel by Messrs. Cannon and Spencer, on Friday jnext, at 11 o'clock a.m. The list includes town and suburban land, also farm and sta tion property. The terras are easy, and gives everybody a chance to acquire cheap land. *' * Most welcome showers of rain fell during the last fortnight, -which has had the eltecfc of extinguishing all or nearly all the bush lives in ...
Meetings. BUNBURY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunbury Herald — 12 April 1893
Meetings. BUNBURY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ; Tho monthly meeting of the Bun bury Municipal Council was held in the Mechanics'. Institute on Wed nesday evening. last. (April 5th). Present: The Mayor (Mr. Wm. Spencer, J. P.,) and Crs. Clarke, Floyd and Maxtcd. .. The minutes of the- List meeting having been read and- confirmed, The Mayor .'reported that he liid forwarded a further, remittance of £50 to ths Queensland Relief F and, the sum sent from here being £100. There is-'- a balance in hand of £13 15s. 6d. ; and further contributions seem, to come in.. He regretted that the ball in aid of the. Fund had fallen through on account of the lental season, as it might have added con siderably to the Bunbury contribu tion, but. thought -we had much rea son to be satisfied with the amount collected in the district. The following tenders were then opened. W. J. Boswell, forming and gravel ling Carey-street, from Honey and Co.'s timber-yard to Victoria-street — accepted at soii 9s. bd. per chain; ...