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THE DONELLY COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1888

TME DONELLY COAL. Messrs. F. W. Ross and Geo. G. Gibbs returned last week from their trip to the Donelly River to inspect the reported find of coal in that local ity. The quality of the material had already oeen tested in Melbourne by Mr. Cosmo New berry, Government Analytical Chemist, who reported that it was black lignite, containing about 74 per cent, of hydro carbon, 10 per cent, of water, 10 per cent, of earthy matter and 2 per cent, of ash, and 6 per cent, of other substances. When fairlj- lighted it burns with slowness, but gives out a great heat. Mr. New berry states that it is a valuable fuel. This is the same material as was sent jo the London Colonial Exhibition through the Albany Local Committee by Mr. Andrew Muir of Lake Muir. A sack of it was also tested on board the P. & 0. Steamer Parramntta, the Chief Engineer, Mr. G-. J. Graham, stating that he wished he had his bunkers full of it, as it had great heating properties. Two years ago Messrs. Ross & Gib...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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OUR CITY LETTER. PERTH, March 3 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1888

HTTT5 HTTV T TTTTOTB (FiiOii Okjr Correspondent.) P*mitw, March 3. The all absorbing topic in the City this week is the bright prospects now looming in the future for the colony ?caused by the wonderful discovery of Mr. Colreavy, who returned home on the 27th' February, accompanied by a companion named Higgms. Lor some time Colreaey has been at Tilgarn prospecting and during his visits to Perth he always maintained a myster ious reticence when questioned as to . the progress he was making on the ? fields. Rumours were freely circu lated that he was returning home with ^encouraging news and when he arrived in Perth with a ton of stone, freely and visibly impregnated with gold, the excitement was indeed intense to. ascertain where this new field was situated. Colreavy was besieged by anxious crowds bat he refused to give :.any information, stating that he had .a report to give and nothing would be known until that was in the hands of ? the Government. This report was ? duly prepared a...

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BUNBURY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1888

BUNBUBY MUNICIPAL COUN. OIL. The usual monthly meeting of the Bunbury Municipal council was held on Monday evening, March, 5th, hi the Mechanic's Institute, Bunbury. Present :— E. M. Clnvke, Esq. Mayor, Councillors E. W. Lowe, J. Moore, E. Wood row., J. Banting, and. II. Cn.no rri. The minutes of the last meeting having been read, some little discuss ion took place with regard to the fencing of the Eecreation Ground. The Mayor said that although it had been advertised there were no tenders iu. Cr. Woodrow proposed that the advertisement stand until the next monthly meeting and Cr. Caporn seconded, saying that has it had only been inserted in the paper oi.ee, people had not time to see it. Cr. Moore proposed an amend ment to -the effect .that it be put off for G months, he thought the winter' would set in before the fence was' completed and it would not hurt the: cricketers and others, who might use' the ground, to wait until the Spring for the fencing to be done. Cr.' Banting second...

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

Henrieli Steffens, Brcati & Biscuit Baiter, BEGS to thank the people of Bun bury for their pati'onage during, the time he has been iu business, and takes this opportunity to announce that he has taken a business in Barrack Street, Perth, where he will bo glad to see any of his old cus tomers, and cater for them. Prinfcod and Published by the proprietor, Frank Asjiwkll, at the ^Southern Advertiser Nowspapov and General Printing Office, Stephen Street, 13 anbury.

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WESTERN AUSTRALIAN TURF CLUB. AUTUMN MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1888

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN TURF CLUB. Autumn Meeting. The following are the weights for the Perth Races to be held on April ISth next: — Autumn Handicap _imiles. Rocket, Sst 51 bs, First King, Sst 5lbs, Lowlander, Sst 8lbs, Progress, 7st 121bs, Banter, 7st 91bs, Clarion, 7st, Pearl, Gst 7 lbs, Tarrigal, Gst 7ibs. Metropolitan Handicap 2miles. Duration, 9st 121bs, Telephone, Sst 91bs, Metai, Sst 7 lbs, Rocket, 7st, ILimdan, Gst 121bs, Clarion, Gst 71bs, Nimrod, Gst 71bs. Flying Stakes -f miles. Duration, 10s t, Metal. Sst 91 bs, Telephone, Sst 91bs, Harridan, 7st 21bs, iSkirnmer, Gst 91bs, Banter, Gst 9 lbs, Pearl, Gst 7ibs. Tarrigal, Gst 71bs.

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The Advertiser. Nihil sine Labore. MARCH 13th, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1888

Sihll urns Lahore. MARCH 13th, 1^88. -. Our lending article nnd ni.uch other ^matter is crowded out of this issue. Pucenix, in his contribution .on 'Mr. Floyd's establishment, made a mistake in stating there -were six lories ,at wo.r.k, there .being .onh* three. The report of the address of Mr. .George Layman, M. L. C. to liis con-, stituents at Busselton shai! appear in our next, together with other Vasse news. The steaner Dolphin has been Liougit from Adehiide for Messrs vSMno.i H.unuiond and Hubble for the ^c-asfcinj; trade. She is (a compact Yi$tli steamer, but rather small for pay.si ngers. This enterprising firm' will prob by put in a tender for the steam service between -Vasse and Freu.au tie. ? ; Tins telegraph line is constantly interrupted through trees falling acruss the wire. The bush (ires are very pre valent and the line had not been suf ficiently cleared. The continued dry ness of the sea son- is causing some anxiety. The country has been burned in many places and fee...

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Obituary. DEATH OF THE EMPEROR OF GERMANY [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1888

Obituary. DEATH OF THE EMPEROR OF GERMANY. On Friday afternoon at 3 p.m. we received intelligence of the death of Emperor William of Germany, and we give the following account of this aged and popular Ruler, who^e career has been a remarkabb one. Emperor William of Germany and King of Prussia was son of Frederick William III., and brother of the late King. He was born in March 22nd, 1797, and was there three weeks short of being 91 years of age. He was educated as a soldier and took part in the Napoleonic War against France in 1813 and 1815. In 1840 he was ap pointed Governor of Pomerania till the revolution of 1848 broke out, when he took refuge in England. In Juue 1849 he was made Commander in Chief of. the Prussian army acting agaiust the revolutionary forces' of Baden. In 1858 he was created Re gent, as his brother, the King's mind had given way, and the latter died without issue iu 1861 he succeeded to the throne of Prussia as William I. He soon commenced a contest with the Cha...

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Shipping. PORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1888

Shipping, POJiT OF BUNBUKY. -Aliim'ALS. March 6. s. s. South Av:-tka.uau, 750 tons, Laurie, J.-f sinter, fro; 1 1 Melbourne and Adelaide, via ' Albany , mil Vasse. Passengers for Eunbury: ]Yiv. and iVLii-o Ta\lov. March 11. Tjvkuesa, Schooner, 50 tons, Reid, Master, iroiii in-euia 'lie. Passenger, Charles Ciarke, j-nsuiuT. s. :i. i-ovrn AtTsxji.ii.TAX, 750 tons, Laurie, j\- aster, i'ruin i vmr.aiille. Pivssfugers i'or r-miluiry : Mrs. Wivi'^-d, Mrs. Sandover and ?fun, :\(r. W. JVrivsl,, junr., and daughter, ??]\lis:i(!s b\ M. KowhT, Ui)v!e (2,) Messrs. Cr. ?V.\ Vluul, H. Rlnson, J. b'iucL-iir, W. Buchan ?'a'ii, 1-\ MeAiliiiden. DjEl'AllTl'JCKS. March G. ' p. s'. SoL'Tii ArsT3!A.rj-AN, 750 tons, Laurie, 51 aster, for .immiauMo. Passengers from 1 ur.bury. Messrs. M. Jla'lavan, B. M.ison, Gr. W. lloyd and Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Williams. March 7. ? Axma. Schoo::cr, 50 tons, Owen, Master, for Fivmantle. Marcli 11. s. s. Sovlh ArsTiiALiA-V, 750 tons, Laurie, J: aster, i'or Melbourne and Adelaid...

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Mrs. Lorrimer's Advertisement. Chapter II.-"IN AFTER YEARS." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1888

Mrs. Lorrimer's Advertise ment. ? v*/^v ? ?' By BEET FEBEES. Chapter II. — 'In After Yeaks.' Fifteen years h;ue passed since Little Jessica Gordon became the daughter of Mrs. Lorrimer. Years in which many changes have taken place. The middle-aged have become old — the youn-j middle-aged — and little children have developed into young men and women, entering ?with impatient footsteps on the ease of life, which their elders have nearly run, and who look back on the course over which they have travelled as a sad and weary pilgrimage. They know the snares and pitfalls, the sloughs and quagmires on. the road their feet have left behind, and would vain warn those who -follow after; but even if their voices do reach the young voyagers, setting out with such high hopes from the starting point, their admonitions fall on heedless and in credulous ears. They are not afraid to venture where all looks so fair. They will be sure to see and avoid all the dangers their elders have failed to observe...

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"THE LAWYER. AND HIS CLIENT." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1888

' THE LAWYER. AND HIS. CLIENT.' A lawyer once famous for making a;. bill And who in good living delighted. To dinner one day with a hearty good- - will, Was by a rich client invited. But he charged six and eightpence for ? going to dine, Which the client ha paid, though a ninny ; : And in turn charged the lawyer for - dinner and wine, One a crown, and the other a guinea. . The lawyer he paid it, and took a. receipt. While the client stared at him in. wonder, And gave to his friends with the produce a treat; But the lawyer soon made him knock under. That his client sold wine, information he laid, Without license ; and, spite of his. storming, The client a thumbing big penalty paid, And the lawyer got half for in forming.

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Fremantle Fragments. FREMANTLE, March 5 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1888

Fresmtle Fragments. (l-'jlOil OUH CORRESPONDENT.) Frkmantle, March 5. The event of the past week has been the encouraging report published by Mr. Colreavy on his return from pros pecting, and the result of' his wander ing has been the diseoven of wh;?t he has named The Golden Valley. I have seen the specimens from this new field and I can safely say that they are really grand. Gold is profusely sprinkled all over them and therrsults of crushing this valuable atone ought to be very encouraging to well-wishers of the colony. The effect of this rich discovery will be the means of counteracting the bad reports that have followed upon the announcement that Bibra's mountain of Gold had proved to be a fraud. In Fremantle we take matters very quietly, at same time congratulating our more fortun ate colonists in the discovery of pre cious metal in payable quantities. Mr. F. J. Imray of the firm of Far mer and Imray, High Street, has ob tained the prize given by Mr. W. H. Neelandsfor the best...

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Obituary. THE LATE SIR ASTLEY COOPER KEY [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 13 March 1888

Obituary. THE LATE SIR ASTLEY G'OOPEE'. KET. Admiral the Right Hon. Sir Astley' Cooper Key, G.C.B.,. F.R.S., whose death is announced elsewhere, accord ing to Men of the Time, was- the se cond son of the late Charles- Aston Key, esq., by Anne, daughter* of the Rev. Samnel Lorick Cooper, of Great? Yarmouth. lie was born in 18211;. and educated at the Naval College,.. Portsmouth, where he obtained the first medal and a lieutenant's commis sion in the navy, which be entered in-' 1835. He was junior lieutenant of the Gorgon in. 1S'44-, and was officially-' mentioned for rescuing her on being stranded at Monte Video. In 1845' he was wounded in the action of the Obligado whilst in command of the Fanny, and displayed a gallantry which earned his early promotion to Commander's rank. The wreck of H.M.S. Gorgon brought out in him. that power of applying science to the wants of the navy, which has ever since distinguished him. His book,, descriptive of the operations which.* resulted in the re...

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FATTENING CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 20 March 1888

FATTENING CATTLE. Most animals eat in proportion to their weight, under average conditions of age, temperature and fatness. Give fattening cattle as much as they will eat, and often — five times a. dilJ- . . . _' ... _ A good guide for a sate quantity or grain per day to mature cattle is one pound to each .100 of their weight; thus, an animal weighing 1000 pounds may receive ten pounds of grain. Give as much water aud salt at all times as they will take. Jti using roots, it is one guide to give just so much, in association with other things, so that the animal may not take any water. A cold, damp, airy temperature will cause animals to consume more food without .corresponding results in bone,, muscle, ileeh or fat, much being used, to keep up warmtlr. Stall feeding is better for fat mak ing than box or yard management,, irrespective of health. The growing animal, intended for beef, requires a little exercise daily,, to promote muscle and strength of constitution, when ripe only so m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 20 March 1888

To be Raffled The thoroughbred horse ? SUNNY DAYS. 200 SUBSCRIBERS at £,\ each. SUNNY DAYS IS 5 years old height about: 15'3 hauds, a beautiful bay with black points, shewing great power and quality, with good bone, and remark ably handsome aud truly shaped; He is a very fast horse and as a two year old, in a field of 21, at Flemington, beat such flyers as 'Arsenal,' ' Ab uer,' 'Matchlock,' and 'Lord Wil ton,' giving them weight. (Vide Turf Register, 1SS5, page 188.) As a three year old he met with an accident, which caused him to be thrown out of' training. This horse is bound to be of great value as a Sire, his breeding being undeniably good, his Sire, ' Haw thornden ' (Imp,) being by 'Lord Clifden,' by ' Newminster,' by ' Touchstone/' all winners of the St. Leger and other big races ; whilst his Dam, ' Sunshine,' is by the great iSire 'Maribyrnong,'by 'Fisherman,' from 'Hose de Florence,' by 'Flying Dutchman,' from ' Nightlight ' (Imp.) This mare having strains of ' Bay Middletou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 20 March 1888

[ClltCULAIl.] TE. SPENCER, on the opcasion a oi' transferring the proprietor ship of the ftose l|,otel to Mr. P. Me Arthur, begs t-) tender his cordial jt hanks to the pu.blic oi: the Southern Districts for their support during the 2:i- years he has endeavored to enter for their comfort and convenience, a/.id ?though ho has now retired from business will always have the welfare of Bun bury at heart, and feel grateful for all past favors. Bunbury, December 31st 1887. WANTED 20,000 kan garoo SKINS. nnriE undersigned are purchasers p.f 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. Bunb,ury, Jan. 21st, 1883. W.& J. BOVELU Wholesale Grocers and Importers, VASSE. Agents for Adelaide Steamship Co. Joseph Bovell, SHIP A HOTEL, Albert Street, BEST ACCOMMO DATION. Finest Liquors. Billiards. Sample Rooms..' ' J, EMMERSON, Chemist and Druggist, Prescriptions accurately...

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WHAT THE DOG OF THE REWA THINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 20 March 1888

WHAT THE DOG OE THE BEWA THINKS. A Correspondent writing from a- Sonfclv Australian port; says, I onelo.se herewith some M.y.fcS., whioh I stumbled on bj the bench; here, They mtniilv refer to your local' capi tal, Albany, bub as the presumed canine writer 1 ails from JBimbury, to Bun bury his. effusion sliftlt go, The circulation of the '?Southern Advertiser ' will lefc the Alban ians know the views of the ' Rewa ' Dog. That he is a Bun bury retriever and good, at the business. That when at last the tissue paper is re moved from the G-overnmenfcul raii«-ay toys. and they are- made to wo.ik, really work you know, Bus: bury will likely lose that aristo cratic repose- t;hab stamps the caste of Yore de Veiv.. That the' Southern Advertiser' is a sweefc. boon ar.d wijl get a sweeter and bigger boon in the sweet bye and by. That when the winds are contrary and ifc. takes you seven d;iys to reach Albany froni:. the town of the locked up railroad plant,, patience is thrown to tho dogs and S...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BRITISH & FOREIGN London, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 20 March 1888

1 £iii& WT£t ii.iri.il U l\l £i VV b* BRITISH & FOREIGN London, March 12. The new Emperor Frederick III. of Germany issued an important- address on Monday last to the Reichstag, in which he said that during his reign he would undertake to use every means in his nower to make German v the centre of peace. At. the same time he expressed the opinion that the best way to secure peace was to maintain the efficiency of the army and navy, which he would do. He also suggest ed a colonising scheme for acquiring new lands and protecting them. Tax ation is to be reduced and economy enforced throughout all departments of the state. He will also have a scheme introduced to have religious toleration to all creeds carried out. It has finally been decided that the burial of the I rite Emperor William shall take place on Friday next Prince Bismarck is completely knock ed up through having the responsibil ities of the funeral of the late and the accession of the new Emperor on. his sh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 20 March 1888

jnPEi\rDER^ are invited by the ~- undersigned for tho cutting of a , drain about' l:t5 ? miles long on the Vasve Road. Tenders to be, in on or before ?BJsireli 3Lst 1888. For Specifications, &c. apply to E. M. CLARKE. Bunb.ury, Mar.ch 19th '.ISSN. ? GOOD WAGGON', nearly new, suitable for Farmers or .Carriers, 8. A. make. Apply-fJ, WlLlifiVS, BUN BUR F. ? .. Wanted, A YOUNG MAN ofemsrgy, principle and moderate education, as Tukn* fco 01:0 child {Hid general Jioipoiia small Dairy Farm. Apply:— J. 1'. LOG- UK, Moojelup, Hai-voy i'osfc Oftiuo. noitceT' FREDERICK and THOMAS McALLlNDEN having l-fl home without my permission,. ail per sons are cautioned against emnloviiif, harbouring, or assisting them in any way. JOHN McALLlNDEN. Cp'LLrE RivKit, March 14-th. 1883.

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 20 March 1888

[?] Mobiakit y.'s letter and other mat ter sitn.il appear in out' next. On' Saturday afternoon Messrs. Austin, Costeilo, ami Hayes, while fishing in tho Bay for . schnapper, a. shark took the bait and they succeed ed in hau!n;g him into the boat. The shark is 10i:t long and now lies at the hiifk nf iVl'iv Norths rtts-denp.fi on flip .White' Road. About 12 bottles of oil were obtained from the liver. This should be a coition to bathers, who art* daring enough to swim out side the bathing ho u:.;e. A meeting of the Busseiton Muni cipal Council was lield cm Wednesday, March 7th. There were present, G-. H. Knapton, E--q, Mayor, Councillors Joseph Bovell, Jo'm Boveil, A II Pries, E. A. Pries, A..L. Payne and J . Fox. Tho ,8u|jervisor notified that the works ordered. to be done at the February meeting ha'! been satisfact orily completed. It was decided that the Supervisor ex ami lie the gravel near the Fish Bridge and if found to be good that tenders be called at once. For making good the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 20 March 1888

The Albany Training Institution. The Rev. A. J. WILKINS will re ceive a limited number of pupils (Boys and Girls) on and after the 16th inst. A high-class education will be given. TEAM'S \ Day Pupils, per annum ... ? £12 12 Boarding and Tuition ... £(30 0 Latin and Greek ... £3 3 Music, Drawing and Painting (pach) ? £8 8 Special Terms when two or more from a family attend. Albany, Jan. 4, 1888. -R~M. CLARKE, General Storekeeper, Stirling Street, Bimbury, Takes this opportunity to tliank kis numerous customers for their patronage and hopes to w&vit a continuance of their support by providing every description of general mer cjs.aiul.ise of the very best Quality at reasonable prices. '3* a * *5 ?J Hb b «8iA 1 1 V fcrllj fTl ME 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 whiek will be sold at the most reasonable prices. Thomas Hayward, Saddler &am...

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