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Bunbury Southern Times (Newspaper) - April 27, 1891, Bunbury, Western Australia National Library of Australia a Elm Scott and Narrogin and to Pinjarra. This work Mil Rob sly. Occupy a fortnight. Or. Mward will then investigate the a at the Collie Biver thoroughly joining the country round and will fad his researches to the Mica deposits which Are said to have been covered from the Preston to the Collie prom there he will work to eastward and will spend a considerable time in investigating the Stirling Bange and the Poron gurus from which District he will make Nis Fly Back to Perth but it is Uncertain which route. Altogether this tour fill occupy or. Woodward for a of three months. Below we publish particulars of Prises offered by messes Sutton and gone the Queen s seeds men for the Best collection of English vegetables grown from their seeds. The exhibition and Competition must be an unerring test. Of the qualities and properties of these celebrated seeds Tod afford & useful comparison be tween the local and imported article. Beading february 12,1891. Pinjarra horticultural show. Bridgetown a Tilbury and Busselton agricultural shows. My. H. E. Beat Jig Deab Sib it will afford us pleasure to offer prizes in connection with the above shows and we shall be glad if you will see that the announcement appears in the schedules. Please inform us As soon As the committees have accepted our offer and also mail us a copy of each schedule when Are dear sir yours faithfully j Sutton a sons. Presented by messes. Sutton & sons seeds men by Royal warrant to her majesty the Queen and by special warrant to the Prince of Wales Boyal seed establishment beading England. For the Best. Collection of English vegetables six varieties grown from Sutton s seeds. Prize 20s. In the debate at the Federal con ,.io committee. On the annual allow Anceto be Given to members of the Senate and the House of representatives or. A. Forrest objected to the sum mentioned�600. He said " i wish to draw the attention of the committee to the amount of the allowance to be paid to the members of both houses of the Federal Parlia ment. The allowance will amount to at least �100,000 for the different state and eth infect would be better if it were left to each Colony to fix the amount of the payment of members. Or. Munro of nonsense Lam cure that the Colony which i Nave the Hon Piir to represent will object most strongly to pay its members anything like �500 a year. At. The present time we have no payment of members nor Are we Likely to have in Western Australia and it we allow this amount to stand in the clause we shall find that the local parliament will move in that direction. The Colony is not in a position to pay any Large sum As an allowance to its members and 1 pro test most strongly against this convention in any. Way pledging the local parliaments to the payment of �500 per annul to members to attend the Senate sitting in Sydney or Melbourne. I am certain that in our Colony we can. Get men to come for a far less Sun inn that in fact i believe we can get men to come without payment at All. It has been a principle of our parliament for Many years and will be i Hope for years to come that members shall have that amount of Good feeling towards their country that they will not ask the country to pay their expenses i Trust there fore that the committee will leave it to the different state Legislatures to arrange for the payment of their Mem the clause As read was agreed to. Correspondence. All letters intended for publication must be accompanied by the name and address of the writer. We cannot return rejected communications. The cen8usa bequest. To tee editor. Sib a it is certain that despite All precautions some few at any rate of our population scattered a it is Orer each a fast extent of country have been omitted from the recent census i Trust Yon will allow me through your columns to request that any persons who Hare reason to be Lieve that they have been overlooked or who know of others who appear Mohave been omitted from the enumeration of the population taken upon sunday april 6th, will kindly communicate with me to that effect. Those who Are Good enough to com ply with this request will oblige by describing As clearly As possible the locality in which the person supposed to have been missed slept or abode on the night of sunday the fifth of april. It will then be an easy matter by Means of the system of lettering and numbering the schedules which has been followed for the census officers to refer to the particular schedule in which the person suppose to have been missed should have been included and to remedy the omission should it exist. Any letter addressed to the superintendent of census and marked " census will be conveyed through the Post free of charge. Trusting. That the importance of making the recent census As Complete As possible will be sufficient to induce you to publish and others to comply with this request 1 am a Waltee a. Gale superintendent of census. Census office april 21st. Wattle bark. Iotti Jane and july several letters appeared in our columns from or. B. Williams on the cultivation of the Wattle and we specially commended the Enterprise to the settlers in this District or. Williams having generously offered to Send a Small Quantity of the seeds of the Golden Wattle to any person wishing to try the Experiment. It will be seen from the follow ing extract from the victorian express that for some months past this Indus try has been carried on a few Miles from Geraldton which judging from what has already been done promises to become of considerable importance not merely to the Victoria District but to the Colony at Large. We refer to the Export of Wattle bark by messes. Hague & Hunter who last year obtained certain concessions from or. Mckenzie Grant to enable them to carry on their operations at the Newmar Zacarra runs. The Busi Ness has been conducted by or. Hunter who has superintended the cutting bagging and shipping up to the present time of 3,661 bags of bark representing something like 160 tons. The last instalment of this season s bark some 84 tons was shipped by the Albany on monday last. It goes without saying that this Industry is one which when conducted on a Large scale As it is Likely to be in the future will provide employment for a great number of workmen and to the Small Farmers on the Chapman it has already proved a Good thing by calling their teams into requisition at an otherwise Dull season of the year. The enter prising firm who have this business in hand purpose in the event of experiments with the bark proving satisfactory to introduce machinery to extract the Tannin not Only from the Wattle bark but from the trunk of the Wattle As Well and by very Little doubt is entertained As to the result of the proposed experiments we May confidently look Forward to the time when Tannin will become an import ant item of Export from this District. Or. Hunter who has made Many friends Hab just gone to Adelaide but anticipates returning to Western Australia to further prosecute the business he has had in hand Here but on a More extensive scale. We Lington school Board. I the monthly meeting of the above 1 was held on saturday last at 11 . Present or. W. Spencer j.p., chair Man Bare. J. Withers and a Buchanan and or. E. Woodrow Hon. Secretary. The minutes of the monthly meet ing held on the 28th March and of special meetings held on 15th and 17th april were read and confirmed. The Kev. J. Withers intimated that or. Harvey had Given a Block of land on which the school will be erected at the Harvey. The Secretary read a letter from miss Hose teacher at Parkfield ask ing for the school to he closed for one week whilst the building in undergoing repairs. The Board was pleased to hear that this necessary work to the building was to be done at once. An application was read from the teacher at the Brunswick school miss Buchanan asking for various repairs to the school building which was in a very dilapidated state. It was decided that the question of repairing this building stand Over for the present. Several requisitions from various schools for requisites were read and approved. Th6 Secretary called attention to the bad attendance of scholars at the Bunbury schools and read a list of absentees atthe girls school during the present week. On this list Twenty two names were Shewn and Only two i or three had excuse for non attend Ance. The following is list of Absen tees Jane Naylor Rebecca Blythe Hannah Cunnold Rachel Gibbs Ellen Smith Ethel Prosser Julia Sinclair Holly Moulton Hannah buckle Rosina Jones Daisy nor Wood Louisa jams May Moore Ethel Hislop Isabella Barratt Charles Prosser Louisa Norwood Ernest Wisbey Gertrude House Thomas Healy Sophia Scott Beatrice Hislop. The members spoke strongly on this matter and expressed their determination to strictly enforce attendance and requested the compulsory officer to attend the school during the next week and to summon the parents of any children absent to appear before the Board. The Rev. A. Buchanan proposed that a Rule that was in existence some time ago to the effect that no child absent itself from school without the approval of the Secretary in writing be strictly carried out so that the compulsory officer when calling on the Parent shall summon unless this per Mission be Shewn him. This was agreed to. It was decided that the Board meet specially to Deal with any Absentee St. Paul s Church Bunbury. The sector is thankful to be in a position to state that at a meeting convened by him and held at the rectory on thursday 23rd inst., he was enabled to secure the kind co operation of the following laymen and who will be duly licensed by the Bishop for the regular carrying out of the ministrations of religion during his absence on sick leave from the Parish Viz messes. W. H. Timper Ley t. W. Paisley go Clifton g. P. Cummins j Foulkes and s. D. Buckby. Scheme of services. 1st , Bunbury or. Timperley afternoon Picton or. Clifton Capel or. Foulkes evening Bunbury or. Paisley. 2nd , Bunbury or. Clifton afternoon Picton or. Clifton evening Bunbury or. Cummins. 3rd , Bunbury or. Timperley Brunswick or. Clif ton afternoon Australia a or. Clifton evening Bunbury or. Paisley. 4th , Bunbury Harvey or. Buckby afternoon Picton Ferguson or. Cummins evening Bunbury it will be noticed with regret that in this scheme no provision is made for continuing the services at boy Anup and at the Middle and upper Preston the fact being that the gentleman whose services it was hoped would be secured for this interesting work has Bis hands already full Ancl however willing is really unable to do the work. The time for holding these various services will continue As at present and until notice is Given of an alteration Viz. Morning 10.80 ., afternoon 3 ., evening 7 Hero Clatious Are still pending with the Bev. J. Brand for the morning and evening services at Bunbury and for the afternoon service at Picton on the 4th sunday in each month. It is a great Relief to the Hector s mind to have thus secured the cordial and willing Aid of so Many Lay members of the Church in this time of sore need and he is sincerely grateful for it. The rectory Bunbury 25 the april 189l census returns. By Telech aph by the Courtesy of or. A. A gae superintendent of census we ars enabled to furnish the following results received by him up to Friday afternoon last. We Hope to be in & position to publish the returns1 from Bunbury and Vasse in the next Issue magisterial districts. Perth. 9,615 Fremantle. 7,078 Murray. 1,110 Blackwood. 651. Municipalities. Perth 8,445 Fremantle. 5,608 Boe Bourne. 485 Cossack. 275 Bridgetown. 133 Pinjarra. 89 exclusive of shipping. The 3tock Rehem Fob 1890. Below Are Given the Stock returns for these districts for last year As compared with the corresponding period of 1889 1890. 1889. Blackwood. Horses 896 857 horned Stock. 6,968 6,724 sheep 20,147 21,037 pigs. 457 887 goats 1 Lubbat. Horses 1,894 1,869 horned Stock. 3,801 3,214 sheep 11,416 6,186 pigs 941 899 goats 288 471 Sussex. Horses 1,654 1,409 horned Stock. 6,865 6,646 sheep 858 1,988 pigs 656 571 goats2 Wellington. Horses 2,544 2,650 horned Stock. 8,916 9,325 sheep. 10,238 15,846 figs 1,302 1,450 goats 40 40 secrets of the turf. By a. Look make. Mue Deb will out. Bed Lovejoy and i had been great friends for Many years oar acquaintance commencing so Early As the year when sir Joseph Hawley s Blue gown was steered to Victory by tiny Wells Over which event Fred had landed a Good coup he be came a member of Tattersall a and it was Pur invariable custom to have a Glass together on settling Days. I v also knew his partner Charles Edwards who was a decent sort of fellow though i must confess his company was not very desirable at times As he was rather morose in Dis position not at All like Fred who Wab As Lively As a Cricket. I was in the ring at Lincoln at the Spring a meeting of 1888, when Fred came to me smiling As usual and told me he had got a Nice Little Job he could put into my hands and if i would his diggings As he called them on the following sunday he should be Happy to enlighten me on the subject. 1 gave him my pro Anise that. I would be there and accordingly on my return to town at the end of the. Week determined to fulfil it Fred had the first floor in a Nice House in Southgate Road and was Well known at Sam coiling s and other places of amusement at merry Islington. It was about five o clock in the evening when i arrived at the " diggings and was received by Fred in a very Hearty manner. Tea waa at once sent up and after partaking of it my Friend said he Duia Tell me the reason he wished to see uie. We Drew our chairs towards the fire that glowed brightly in the nicely furnished room and lighted our cigars with the intention of enjoying our selves. 41 it s not about racing matters Fred began " but on quite a different subject. The fact is old Mau i in caught of Fogt

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