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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1888

Capel; Inn, Vasse Road, JOttTJ ttUTTOW, Proprietor. Good accommodation for travellers. mHIS is the half way house JL from Bunbury to Bussel ton, and is situated by the side lliver Oapel, being a most de sirable place to spend a few days, especially for shooting. W. A. ifcDAMEL, Currier, Tanner, AND 'BOOTMAKER, Busselton. Orders neatly exe cuted with despatch. Contractor for the Quindalup and Au gusta mails. Mrs. BARNES, VASSE, HAS opened a Small Store in the town of Busselton, and hopes to merit a fair share of patronage by supplying first class goods at reason able prices. THE BUNBURY CHORAL SOCIETY. Meets every 1 uestlay at, 8 o'clock in the Mechanics' Institute. 'Christ, the Desire of All Nations,' in rehearsal. Also, the requirements of the Ele mentary Certificate of the Tonic Sol fa College of England. Both notations used. Subscriptions: G-entlemen S». 6d. LadieK 2s. 6d. per 12 lessons. ??Hew members are now admitted any Tuesday. Private Lessons given in Town or Country to indi...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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Mrs. Lorrimer's Advertisement. CHAPTER I.—"THE ADOPTION." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1888

Mr3. Lorrimer's- Advertise ment. — ?? ??\j^r ? — By BEltT FERRE3, CnAi'TETt I. — ' The Adoption.' ' I came in answer to your adver tisement, ma'am.' Mrs. Lorrimer eyed the speaker — a poor but neatly-dressed woman, with a face that had ' a history to tell ' in the sad expression and weary lines ! about the eyes and mouth1 — from top to toe as she replied interrogatively : ' ' The advertisement that 1 ser.t to - tho Art/us yesterday ?' 'Yes, ma'am. You wished to adopt a little girl.' 'Then you have a child you are willing to part with ?' said Mrs. Lor r;mer, eagerly, 'Not willing, ma'am ; but if it be for her own good, I desire to do so.' '? What age is the child ?' '?Two years and nine months, ma 'am.' ' When could I see her, and what is your address?' 'I. live in Cambridge street, Col - .. -fingwood. You cannot mistake the ' house. It ia a few doors from the Victoria parade end, on the ri\iht-hand side of the road — a small cottage, with a garden in front; and a card in the window,...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BRITISH & FOREIGN London, February 27 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1888

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BRITISH & FOREIGN London, February 27. Count Nelidoff, .Russian Ambass ador at Constantinople, has formally demanded the deposition of Prince Ferdinand. It is stated that the Sul tan is unlikely to act unless the other powers concur in the demand. Mr. Arnold White, a noted Iiter ateur, has challenged Mr. Gladstone to deny that he has condoned the plan of campaign, adopted by the Irish Nationalists. Mr. Gladstone has re plied, but offers no defence to the plan, but contends that if it is an evil, tt has averted greater evils. The Church Defence Association hftvwe given effect to a vigorous pro gramme of distraint to collect the tithes dn the Welsh Counties. In the Western Districts the arrears are excessive. . The plan adopted is to 'deal with each district separately, Anglesea now being visited. Accord ing to the Act the Sheriff's jury assess the arrears and send in the charge. In a number of cases where no tithes have been paid and the tenants con tinuing ...

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CRICKET. BUNBURY v. AUSTRALIND [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1888

CRICKET. Bunbury v. Austjialtnjd. A cricket match was played on Sat urday, on the recreation ground, Bun bury, between the Australind Cricket Club and the Bunbury Cricket Club. Mr. T. Kodgers captained the Austra lind and Mr. Lowe captained the home team. The Australind was first to bat and succeeded in making 33. T. Rodgers being the only man who made double figures. Bunbury follow ed and scored 51. H. North and F. Ash well 'doing best with 1-1 and 13 respectively. Jn the second innings 'Australind .played up much better scoring 61 of which James Rodgera made 26 by careful play ; this left Bun bury 44 to win which they did with the loss of 4 wickets. After the second innings of the Australind some wf their players wanted' to ' abandon the m:i f:ch witliout giving Bunbury a show, bi't they thought better o£ it and played. We understand that .Mr. T. Rodgers gave a present to the beat scorer upon their side which was won by his brother James Rodgers. A lunch was given in the Mechanics...

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The Advertiser. Nihil sine Labore. MARCH 6th, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1888

2\!hil sine Lahore. MARCH Gih, 1-SS. Another session of the Legis lative Ooimcil is now close at liaml, constituencies therefore should bestir- themselves and fonsider what are their re quirements and make their rc 1 :? i'esen tatives aeq ua:m ted with their wants. The members themselves t-liould consult the ftleofcors on tho great question ?as to whether it will be desir able to accept the form of Self Government offered Tinder cer tain, restrictions by the Imper ial Government by the des patches of Sir Henry Hol land. This subject we do not intend to take into considera tion in this article, except only as it bears upon the immediate necessities of these districts, in preventing any further expen diture of public money, stop ping public works now useless for the want of a small extra outlay, and crippling some of the Government departments by the sudden and rigid re trenchment that has been, ef fected to the. detriment of the public convenience. It seems .rather hard that country ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1888

E. M. CLARKE, General Storekeeper, SiU'lLiiij Sji'33fc, unbacy, Takes this opportunity to thank his numerous customers for their patronage and hopes to merit a continuance of their support by providing every description of general mer chandise of the very best quality at reasonable prices. j Just arrived, — fTIHE largest assortment of JL Agricultural Implements, Machinery and Ironmongery ever imported to the Southern Districts. Also, Station requisites of every description, the whole of ?which will be sold at the most reasonable prices. r' Thomas Hayward, BUNBURY, 1L CAPOEN', Saddler & Harness Maker, Stirling Street, (Next the Railway Station,) BUNBURY, J*||?gK||jpg^ TVEGS to thank ^^p^S^Wj^^jjjjt-j!^^^ of their favour by 's&^ffl?!^ ; ^':r*^!^# turning out first '^ ' class \\i r . STOREKEEPER, LICENSED HAWKER & General Dealer, Victoria Street, BUNBURY. Kangaroo Skins bought at highest current prices. ^ Trap and Horses for hire. J AMES OLOAN CARRIER & ...

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COMMERCIAL. BUNBURY PRICES CURRENT [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1888

COMMERCIAL.. BlTNBURY PltlCES CURRENT. Flour Snow flake ... £14 per ton Barley ... 3s. 9d. per bushel Oats ... 3s. 6d. „ „ Wheat ... 5s. ,, „ Bran (scarce). .... ... £8 per ton.. Pollard do. ... .... £10 „ .„ Chafe ... . £6 „ „ Potatoes .... .... £5 „ „ Onions ... ... £6 „ „ Butter .... per keg Is. 3d. per lb Sugar ... 28s. to 36s. per cwt. Tea ... Is. 6d. to 2s. per lb.. Soap ... ... 228. per cwt.. Candles ... by the bos lOd. per lb». Bacon ... ... none in market. Live Guano ... very scarce £10 per toni Bunbury, Feb. 20th, 188S.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1888

Victoria Street, Bunbury. P. Me ARTHUR, Proprietor. ~ rpHIS old established house lias been taken by P. McAitTHUit, J. who hopes to obtain a fair share of public support by ?cjivility and attention, by Selling only the best liquors, by keeping a first class table, and providing for the comfort of hj* Tisitors and customers. 1 Dinners, Balls, etc. catered for. / English and American Wheelwright & Blacksmith , Contractor and Timber Merchant, Wnoo Turning, Circular and Band-sawing, Agricultural Implement Maker & General Manufacturer. Contracting Undertaker and Shoeing-smith to the West Australian Government. Agent for , Toml'mson, Ciough & Co., Iron and Brass founders, also, By field & Thackrah's. celebrated 'Forest Devils,' Terms Easy. Time Payment, if 'required. fKo fHatto, — 'Small profits and quick returns.' Steam AVorks, — Stirling & Stephen Sts. BUNBURY. Wellington Hotel Victoria Street, Bunbury, (near the jetty.) James Hislop, Proprietor. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1888

[Circular.] TE. SPENCER, on the occasion. ? of transferring the proprietor ship of the Hose Hotel to Mr. P. Me Arthur, begs to tender his cordial thanks to the public of the iSniithern Districts for their support during the 24 years he has endeavored to cater fur their comfort and convenience, and though he has now retired from business will always have the welfnre of Bunbury at heart, and feel grateful for all past favors. . Bunbury:,, December 31st 18S7. WANTED 20,000 kan garoo SKINS. npHE undersigned are purchasers of JL Kangaroo Skins in large or small quantities for which the highest market price is given in Cash, Paint for Preserving Skins given free. 'W. SPENCER & SON. Bunbury, Jan. 21st, 1888. W. & J. BOVELL, Wholesale Grocers and Importers, VASSE. Agents for Adelaide Steamship Co. Joseph Bovell, SHIP &t HOTEL. Albert Street, BEST ACCOMMO DATION. Finest Liquors. Bil liar ds. Sample Rooms, i emmersonT'- Chemist and Druggist, Prescriptions accurately di...

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Vasse Notes. February 27 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1888

Vasse Notes.. (From, our Correspondent.) February 27'. By the- way, what is become of your Bunbury Cricketers? They used to be ever ready to meet their Va»se friends ; they are due for a return match, which has' been twice put off : iF they do not mind, the Cricketing Reason will bo over before the Vasse B tin bury series of matches can be piayed. The Vasse it appears is not to be quite deprived of police protection. I am informed the department are send ing forward an amphibious policeman,, who in addition to street patrol duty will be able to do a little water work also. - Talking of policemen reminds me that Sergeant McDonald returned yesterday, -much improved in health after his visit to the Swan. The weather has been delightfully cool during the past week the even ings in particular being quite chilly. Shipping: The Bittern has left Fremantle for the Hamelin aud I ex pect has arrived ere this and the s s. Albany has gone to Hamelin to-da/ and loads for the colonies. March 5. On...

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OUR CITY LETTER. February 28th [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1888

HTTP PTT'V T TPfT'T1T7'D UUia* \jllX hlhL l£j£i. (FltOlt OUTt CORRESPONDENT.) February 28th. On 'Wednesday the 2 2nd Perth was very lively what 'with the Autumn meeting of the West Australian. Hor ticultural Show, the Regatta and Fancy Costume Cricket Match. It being a general bank holiday, except for Government Clerks, the recreation ground was crowded, as both events could be viewed from the ground. There was an unusual amount of in terest attached to the Regatta, as it was the first appearance of the Fre m an tie Rowing Club, and though' the TYemantle men had only been twice in their new boat previous to the race they rowed well and kept close to their more experienced opponents. The following are the results of the various events : — ? Open Four Oared Gig Race. Swan River Rowing Club 1 AV. A. Rowing Club 2 Fremantle Rowing Club 3 Open Path Oared Gig Race. Swan River Rowing Club 1 Freinantle Rowing Club 2 W. A. Rowing Club 3 This was a good race a length divid ing first and secon...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1888

1,0 £ 111 $U$BS, A man named John Galley, who was arrested at Bridgetown on February 1st last, fur abducting Florence {Ste phens, a girl in. del* 14 years of age, and committed for trial, died on Fri day at Bridgetown. Tn k steamer Hob Roy arrived from Albany on Sunday afternoon with the English and Colonial mails. The Hon. J. G. Lee Steere, Speaker of the Leg islative Council^ and this colony's representative at the Federal Council, accompanied by Mrs Steere, returned home by this steamer. Bunbuey and neighbourhood this year has proved very prolific in the way of increasing the population, no less than five pairs of twins having been born in the town and within 10 miles, during the last six weeks. With large families twins are not always regarded as 'welcome little strangers.' J.-urrcs Smith was charged at the Police Court yesterday with being drunk at the Ross Hotel on Saturday. He acknowledged the offence and was dismissed with a caution. Patrick Burn was brought up on a like cha...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BRITISH & FOREIGN LONDON, March 3 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1888

[?] BRITISH & FOREIGN London, March 3. The German physicians do not agree with Sir Morrell MeKenzie with inference to the Crown Prince, but say that he is suffering from cancer. His condition is getting from bad to worse. M. Wilson, nephew of ex-President Grevy, has been tried for defrauding the French Govsrnment of decora tions, and fined 3000 francs, impris oned for two years, and deprived of civil rights for five years. France asks for 10,000 feet in the Melbourne Exhibition, and Manches ter for 50,000. : The combined forces of King Jo hannes of Abysinia and G-eneral Ras Aloula have been reinforced and re present an army of 80,000 men. An attack on the Italians is hourly ex pected. General Mazano, the Italian commander, is confident of success. ? Sir Charles Russell moved in the House of Commons last night that the members go into Committee to con sider, the proclamations of Sir Charles Warren, prohibiting meetings being held in Trafalgar Square. He urged the right of the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 6 March 1888

MARRIAGE. On Thursday, February 23rd, at the Wesleyan Church, Bunbury, by the   Rev. E. Holiday, J. H. COOKE of Bunbury to EMILY, sixth daughter of Charles Wisbey, esq., ex-Mayor   of Bunbury.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1888

E M. CLARKE, General Storekeeper, Stirling Street, B anbury, Takes this opportunity to thank his numerous customers fur their patronage and hopes to merit a continuance of their support by providing every description oi' general mer chandise of the very best quality afc reasonable prices. Just arrived,— fpHE largest assortment of J. Agricultural Implements, Machinery and Ironmongery ev«r imported to the Southern [Districts, Also, Station requisites of ?every description, the whole of ?which -will be solcl at th,e most reasonable prices, v Thomas Haywabjp, _____ BIJNBURY. HrCAEORN; Saddler & Harness Maker, STIRLING; STREKT, (Ne.xt the. Railway Station,), BUNBURY, llpilii Tn/'li^feft^S r°rh aiid iwivs to ^&?*EA II ;i:-M'Mif:tfpSi\' ?')*orit.acoj]tiini}i1nciii '^^md&l^^ of their favour, bv ^Jj^ipSlliF turning out ftrst -._.- :?.-?=.:? ._*.-- class work. STOREKEEPER, LICENSED HAWKER & General Dealer, Victoria Street, B U N B U R Y . Kangaroo Skins bought ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1888

''' NOTICE. rpE'XDKRS will be; received up fco Saturday J. tin; i7fch iiist., f'oi'Llio eructiuii of 3 rooms to a cot'.|;i# ??. ii'or plans and full porlk-u'uvs apply to E. MA XT ED, T- UN BURY. ]ius rt'Kt'ivocl instructions to sell by a! Iiis Yard on Sativkdav, 2-itli iViardi inst., at \i p.m. Thai splendid clii'snut draught maro ' Blos Si.Mii ' and brown liurac 'Colonel' as lately i'.-ipovli-d by Mr. 'Jl. 0. Williams, also grey ]ioi':-(; ' ^Nelson ' Khali; and Tra'o Uarneds iind bvr.y. Vrlv&to ? offers .for above will 'be received by the Auctioneer. Also ut same time to Order and WITHOUT PvESBSVE: T\vo(ids, Tweed t-.ui!'s, Sbirliugs, Shirts. Tii\vi.-lss, Ticking. ('Vefcon«s, Calicoes. Linings, Rucks. Klcci.ji'j^, ILnuiku'ivliii't's, Tubs, Buck ets, Handsaws, Knives '\nd Forks, Carvers, Slie.it !i Knives, .'iteeiH. Lamps, 1'icturcs, and cue Silvor Chronograph Stop Watch. Be.wDuisY, March 1.2. In re J. I). Gibbs assir/ned Estate. '{ .DiVIURND of 3/5:1(1 in the pound is [J\. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1888

||j ijj ji fcjjp^ | la- '^7 IFc^ t^e^ p I %=^ |P '^ct^ n^S?!^ P. Me ARTHUR, Proprietor. npiTIS old establislied house lias been taken by P. McAiithuh, -L who hopes to obtain a fair share of public support by civnfty and attention, by selling only the best liquors, by keeping a first class table, and providing for the comfort of his visitors and customers. 'Dinners, Balls, etc. catered for. Enp°]i^li f&nd JV'hibfi can Wheelwright & Blacksmith s Contractor and Timber Merchant, Wood Turning, Circular and Band-sawing, Agricultural Implement Maker & General Manufacturer. Contracting Undertaker and Shoeing-smith to the j West Australian Government. Agent for Tomlinson, Olough & Co., Iron and Brass founders, also, Byfield & Thackrah's celebrated 'Forest Devils.' Terms Easy. Time Payment, if required. ' iUtg fJlatta, — 'Small profits aud quick returns.' Steam Works, — Stirling & Stephen Sts. ? BUNBUKY. . Wellington Hotel Victoria Street, Bunbu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1888

.. .-Notice. ANY person or persons found hunting Cattle or Horses or shoot-ing Kangaroo or any way trespassing on the runs oi: fclio undersigned without our permission in writ ing will be prosecuted as the law duvets. JOHN FOWLER, Sonr., JOHN FOWLER Junr., rri'ston Eiver, Feb. 17. Oapel Inn, Vasse Head, JGtffl ttUTTON, Proprietor. ?Rood accommodation for travellers. f nil IS is the half way house JL iTotn Bunbury to Bussel T/on, and is situated by the side PJvor Capel, being a most de sirable place to spend a few days, especially for shooting. w7a7mcDanbel, 0 urrier, Tanner, AND Busselton. Orders neatly exe cuted with despatch. Contractor for the Quindalup and Au gusta mails. ___ _ E UNB UR Y CHORAL -iOGIEJ Y. Meets every 1 uesday at 8 o'clock in the Mechanics' Institute. ''Christ, the Desire of All Nations,' in rehearsal. Also, the requirements of the Ele l'l.cMirary Certificate of the Tonic Sol fa College of .England. Both notations used. Subscriptions: Gentlemen 3s. 6d. Ladies 2*...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BRITISH & FOREIGN London, March 5 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1888

[?] BRITISH & FOREIGN London, March 5. The Russian Loan having proved a failure it is believed in European pol itical circles that the Czar will under take a foreign war to distract atten tion from the internal financial crisis. The Italian Government have form ally demanded an explanation from France of the action of fifteen French soldiers, who compelled at .the points of their bayonets certain railway of ficials on the Franco-Italian frontier to kneel before them. The Egyptian army encountered 4000 rebels near SuiUuid and routed them after several hours' fighting. The health of Emperor William of Germany is precarious and there is ominous silence as to the health of the Crown /Prince. England has sent an ultimatum to China that an expeditionary force will be sent to expel the Thibetan troops from Lingtu if not evacuated by March 15. Obituary :— The Right Hon. Sir Astley Cooper Key, G.C.B., F.R.S., aged 07; The Duke of Rutlond aged 78. Contradictory reports ns to the con d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1888

[ClKCULA/R.] TE. SPENCER, on the occasion 0 .of transferring the proprietor ship of :the Rose Hotel to Mr. P. Me Arthur, begs .to tender his cordial ?thanks .to :the public of .the Southern [Districts For their support during the :2'i' years he has endeavored to cater for rtheir .comfort and .convenience, and il'iough ke. has now retired from (business will alwaj's have the welfare or Bun bury at hearG, and feel grateful f.tr all past I'avors. Bunbury, December 31st\18S7. 'WANTED 20,000 kan garoo SKINS. T11IIE undersigned are purchasers of JL Kangaroo Skins in large or small quantities for which the highest market price is given in Cash. Paint for Preserving Skins given free. W. SPENCER & SON. Bunbury, Jan. 21st, 18SS. wT & J. BOVELL, Wholesale Grocers and Importers, VA_SSE. Agents for Adelaide Steamship Co. Joseph Bovell, SHIP A HOTEL Albert Street, BEST ACCOMMO DATION- Finest Liquors. Billiards. Sample Rooms. j. emmersonT' Chemist and Druggist, . Prescriptions accu...

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