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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 January 1888

FIELD PLACE, BUNBURY. Mrs. Charles Rose has three vacancies for Boarders at her Young Ladies' School. Next Term commences January 20th 1888. NOTICE. A COPY of the first issue of this paper will be posted, or delivered to every house- holder in the Southern Dis-   tricts, and any one not wishing to become a subscriber will be expected to return it. Other- wise the following papers every week will be forwarded until countermanded, and charged for accordingly. [CIRCULAR] T. E. SPENCER, on the occasion of transferring the proprietor-   ship of the Rose Hotel to Mr. P. Mc Arthur, begs to tender his cordial thanks to the public of the Southern Districts for their support during the 24 years he has endeavored to cater for their comfort and convenience, and though he has now retired from business will always have the welfare of Bunbury at heart, and feel grateful for all past favors. Bunbury, December 31st 1887. [Established 1856.] JAMES MOORE,   Aucti...

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TODAY'S MESSAGE. London, January 9th [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 January 1888

TO-DAY'S MESSAGE.   London, January 9th, It is believed that a raid at Bourgas, on the Bulgarian frontier has been organised by Colonel Zankoff, formerly Russian represent-   ative at Bulgaria. He is assisted by a Slav   Committee of Moscow and Odessa. Prince Nikita has warned the Sultan of the in-   tentions of the invaders.   Russia has announced that it is her intention     to move three divisions of infantry in the direction of the Bulgarian frontier shortly. The Maharajah of Mysore has placed his military resources at the disposal of Lord Dufferin, Viceroy of India.

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WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 January 1888

WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD.   A meeting of the members of the Wellington Roads Board was held at the Mechanic's Institute on   Saturday afternoon last to elect a Chairman. There were present Messrs. R. H. Rose, James Maguire, D. A. Hay, Joseph Hough, Trigwell & Gavin. Mr. Rose was elected Chairman of the meeting. Mr. D. A. Hay pro- posed that Mr. R. H. Rose be elected Chairman of the Board for the ensu- ing year. Mr. Hough seconded the motion.   Mr. Trigwell proposed as an amend- ment that Mr. James Maguire be chair- man and Mr. Gavin seconded. Messes Trigwell, Gavin and Maguire voted for Mr. Maguire as Chairman, and Messrs. Hay, Hough and Rose for Mr. Rose, who, not wishing to exercise his privilige of giving his casting vote for himself, took the recommendation of those present and adjourned the meeting to enable the absent member,   Mr. Ramsay, to be present. The Meeting was accordingly ad- journed to the usual monthly meeti...

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INTERCOLONIAL. SYDNEY Jan. 2 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 January 1888

INTERCOLONIAL.   Sydney, Jan. 2 To-day having been declared a pub- lic holiday, combined with the beauti- ful sunny weather, had the effect of attracting an enormous number of spectators to Randwick to witness the second day's racing of the Tattersall's Club meeting. A successful meeting was unfortunately marred by a terri- ble and fatal accident, resulting in the death of the famous racehorse Silver- mine, and which also, it is feared, must result in the death of the rider, Alex- ander Robertson, who is lying in a dying condition at the Sydney Hos- pital, with a factured skull. The ac- cident happened during the running of the principal event of the day — Tattersall's Club Cup— and was   caused by Silvermine cannoning with Vespasia and Invader, close to the Derby turn. All three horses came down, Silvermine falling with such force that he died shortly afterwards from his injuries. The rider (Rob- ertson) being thrown on one side, and falling on his head, the poor, fell...

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The Advertiser. Nihil sine Labore. JANUARY 10th 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 January 1888

THE ADVERTISER Nihil sine Labore. January 10th 1888. ANOTHER session has been allowed to pass and nothing definitely settled   with regard to the various railway proposals before the Government. The consideration of the Hampton Plains—Esperance Bay scheme has     been further postponed, and probably from the temper of the Legislature and the attitude of the Government Mr. Dobson did not renew his pro- posal for the construction of the line from Bayswater to Busselton. In consequence of the delay on the part of the Secretary of State in not fur- nishing particulars as to the terms under which Responsible Government will be granted to this colony by the Imperial authorities the Legislature have been loath to proceed with other matters of importance, and though a "modus vivendi" has been temporarily arranged by the House granting three month's supplies, it is unfortunate that at the present time of commer- cial depression, deficient revenue, and the influx of immigrants, n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 January 1888

Published every Tuesday af- ternoon. Term of Subscription : — In advance 10s. per annum. Booked 3s. 6d. per quarter. Single copies 3d. each. Advertisements: — First inch 3s (6d for one in- sertion, and a liberal discount for more space and greater number of insertions. Special arrangements on application for long standing advertisements. Advertisements will be con tinued and charged for until countermanded, unless the number of insertions is written on the order. Letters and Advertisements should be received at the office not later than Monday night,   if intended for publication in the following issue. All communications must bear the name and address of the sender. Agencies: —   Perth,— Mr. H. B. Hartnoll, Vasse,--Messrs. W. & J. Bovell Bridgetown,— Mr. Moulton     Pinjarrah, — Augusta, —   Adelaide, — Mr. H. Hampson. Melbourne, — } Messrs. Sydney,— } Gordon & London, — } Gotch, Ltd.   TH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 January 1888

DUNDEE STORE, Victoria St. Bunbury, M. HAY & SON, WHOLESALE & RETAIL     MERCHANTS. Farm Produce purchased. LONDON HOUSE, STEPHEN STREET, BUNBURY, MERCHANT & IMPORTER. The largest Stock of every kind of Goods in the Southern Districts. Drapery, Fancy Goods, Furniture, Ironmongery, Pianos, Organs, Drawing Room Suites, Stationery, etc., etc. Also, Watches, Clocks, & Jewellery. TOLLEY AND COMPANY, Limited. Wine, Spirit, & General Merchants SHIP BROKERS. AND BONDED WAREHOUSEMEN. WE. HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND EVERY LINE OF Wines and Spirits, AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. Hotel Glassware a Speciality. Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes of all qualities and brands. Sole Agents in Western Australia for the following celebrated brands, in case and bulk.       TRICOCHE & HICTORCI BRANDIES.   BERNARD & CO. ENCORE WHISKY.   FINE OLD HIGHLAND WHISKY [GALLEY BRAND]...

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LOCAL COURT. BUNBURY, JANUARY 10TH. (Before W.D. Cowan, Esq., R.M.) W. SPENCER v. A. GEE [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 January 1888

LOCAL COURT. Bunbury, January 10th. (Before W. D. Cowan, Esq., R.M.) W. Spencer v. A. Gee, Claim £7 4s. 6d. A letter was put in from defendant acknowledging the debt, and judgment was given for the amount and £l 7s 6d costs. T. Delaney v. J. Delaney, This was a claim for £100, and the first case heard at the Court uuder the recently extended jurisdiction. Mr. J. P. Sisson appeared for the plaintiff and Mr. Dixon, from the of- fice of Mr. William Lovegrove, for the defendant. The claim was for the balance of purchase money on a bullock team, money lent and for board and lodg- ing, etc. The evidence was of no public interest. At the conclusion of the plaintiff's case Mr. Dixon asked for judgment as the result of his cross-examination, and without calling witnesses for the defence judgment was entered for the defendant with costs.

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TO-DAY'S MESSAGE. EUROPEAN WAR IMMINENT. London, January 16 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 January 1888

TO-DAY'S MESSAGE. EUROPEAN WAR IMMINENT. London, January 16. News of the situation in Continent- al Europe is exciting the gravest feel- ings of alarm. The massing of Rus- sian troops at Kiev, and at the great   fortifications at Odessa, on the 'Black Sea, and at. Kischinoff, the capital of Bessarabia. The fourth army corps has been ordered to mass on the Aus- trian and Roumanian frontier. The military operations of Russia are especially noticeable in Poland, where feverish activity prevails. The utmost activity prevails, and endeav- ours are being made to place the Com- missariat on an effective footing, and provide the fullest hospital accommo- dation in case of necessity. In Pol- and the Russians are increasing the railway rolling stock and parts of the country are under military law. For- eign merchants who might be expect- ed to give information or otherwise assist the enemy, have been ordered to close their premises. The Austrio- Hungary Government are fully alive...

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OUR CITY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 January 1888

OUR CITY LETTER. By Cyclops. The political atmosphere of our picturesque but sandy city has been considerably disturbed of late by the indeffinite action which has character- ised the last parliamentary proceedings. In the place of having beneficial results from the meeting of the Council, we find ourselves, as on many previous occasions, on the retrograde movement.   General dissatisfaction is expressed on all sides and the leaving of the Govern- or with several members to visit the New South Wales Centennial is looked upon as a ' quiet get out' pro tem; of   of Responsible Government question.   The departure of Mr. Keane for England has naturally given rise to many rumors with reference to the propable success of the Midland Rail- way. The Government have expressed their intention of withdrawing the   concessions if the works are not start- ed by the 1st March next. However I am informed on the best authority that there is but l...

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VASSE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 January 1888

VASSE NEWS   From our Correspondent. The various elections Municipal and Roads Board are over and we are now in full work for the year 1888. Of late our local correspondents of the Metropolitan contemporaries have been snarling at each other in their weekly effusions and in so doing have both lost sight of facts or have shown them as they respectively wished them to be and not as they were.   A concert was given during our Show week the funds of which in the first instance were to have been given entirely to Church purposes but when it was suggested that part of the pro- ceeds would be acceptable for another purpose, viz. providing stage accom- modation for Weld Institute the Rev.     M. Clairs at once not only fell in   with the view but offered to give his assistance for such an object. Quite a different colouring was however placed on the matter by ' Our Own ' in his letter to the 'West Australian.'' In another he c...

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THE MIDLAND RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 January 1888

THE MIDLAND RAILWAY. Referring to the Midland Railway our Lon- don correspondent, under date of November 25, reports :-I had a chat the other day Mr. Ewart on the subject of the Midland Railway works, and he corroborates the information     which I have already given you to the effect that the gentlemen who at present hold the concession (Sir Benjamin Browne and his friends) do not intend to appeal yet for public money to continue the works of construc- tion, but will complete three or four sections of the line and probably during the spring issue debentures or futher share capital. This is practically the course adopted by the West Australian Land Company with regard to the construction of the Great Southern Railway, and is I am convinced the only one likely to be attended with success.  

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A SHARK IN THE SWAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 January 1888

A SHARK IN THE SWAN. The West Australian ' Fremantle correspondent reports ; — On Friday afternoon an adventure occurred in the Swan River at Bicton, by which a dog belonging to Mr. R. S. Newbold, man- ager of the Fremantle Gas works, was seized by a shark, and so much injured that it had to be killed upon gaining the shore. It appears that Mr. New- bold, in company with Mr. Rosser, left Bicton in a steam launch belong- ing to the latter gentleman for a trip on the river. Mr.Newbold's kangaroo dog had followed his master from Fre- mantle, and jumping into the water attempted to follow the launch, but it was unable to keep up with it. The dog then turned to swim back to the shore, a distance of several hundred feet, but at this moment a large sized shark seized the dog by the back, tear- ing its flesh away as far as the ribs. The occurrence was witnessed by some fishermen, who hearing the pit- eous cries of the animal, rowed to the spot and brought the animal ashore. It was seen that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 January 1888

THE BUNBURY CHORAL SOCIETY. Meets every Tuesday 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 : Gentlemen 3s. 6d. Ladies 2s. 6d. per 12 lessons. New members are now admitted any Tuesday. Private Lessons given in Town or Country to individuals, families or Schools. Terms Moderate.   Societies or Churches wishing the services of the Penn family for Ser- vices of Song, Entertainments, Con-   certs, or Mr. Penn's Lecture with il- lustrations of the Tonic Sol-fa system of singing should write to   Ma. P. PENN, ME'MBER AND ASSOCIATE, Tonic Sol-fa Colleqe of England.     WATCHES! Watches ! Watches ! Time is Money. IF you have sent your watch all over the Colony don't despair, but send it to D. Bernd, Practical Watchmaker AND Jeweller, Victoria Street,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 January 1888

MRS. Charles Rose has three vacancies for Boarders at her Young Ladies' School. Next Term commences January 20th 1888.   NOTICE. A COPY of the first issue of this paper will be posted, or delivered to every house- holder in the Southern Dis- tricts, and any one not wishing to become a subscriber will be expected to return it. Other- wise the following papers every week will be forwarded until countermanded, and charged for accordingly. [CIRCULAR] T. E. SPENCER, on the occasion of transferring the proprietor-   ship of the Rose Hotel to Mr. P. Mc Arthur, begs to tender his cordial thanks to the public of the Southern Districts for their support during the 24 years he has endeavored to cater for their comfort and convenience, and though he has now retired from business will always have the welfare of Bunbury at heart, and feel grateful for all past favors. Bunbury, December 31st 1887. [Established 1856.] JAMES MOORE, Auctioneer, Land, Stock, Station, Commissi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 January 1888

t IMMENSE CLEARANCE AT       BUNBURY         J. E. Hands, having decided to keep open until after the Races has determined to sell the whole of his surplus stock at greatly reduced prices, in order to make room for NEW GOODS.       The Stock must be sold. The Establishment positively closed after February 15th, and will be re-opened in about a month with a very large and varied assortment of the NEWEST and BEST GOODS purchasable in the English Continental, American and Colonial Markets.        

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BRITISH & FOREIGN January 12th [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 January 1888

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BRITISH & FOREIGN Continued from page 8. London, January, 12th, The cold weather is being keenly felt throughout Eastern Europe. Ex- ceptionally severe snow storms have been experienced, and a sudden thaw setting in caused alarming floods on the Danube, resulting in great loss of life and damage to property. The police of Cork are engaged in- vestigating a plot discovered for the destruction of the public buildings of that city by simultaneous dynamite explosions. The plot when discover- ed, was in an advanced stage, and it is believed to have originated in America. Cullen and Harkness, two Americans, have been committed for trial for having dynamite in their possession. They were remanded till the next criminal sessions. In the course of his speech yester- day at Liverpool, the Marquis of Sal- isbury congratulated his audience on the improved prospects of the Con servative Party, and on the success of their efforts in conjunction with the Liberal-Unionists...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 January 1888

GRATEFUL— COMFORTING. EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST. By a thorough knowledge of the natural   laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr.   Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately- flavoured beverage which may save us many heavy doctor's bills. It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be built up until strong enough to resist any tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtile maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished frame.   — See article in the Civil Service Gazette. Made simply with boiled water or milk. Sold in ¼ lb packets by Grocers labelled: — Jas, Epps & Co. HOMŒPATHIC CHEMISTS, LONDON, ENGLAND. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. Chest Complaints. No diseases are mo...

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The Advertiser. Nihil sine Labore. JANUARY 17th 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 January 1888

Nihil sine Labore. JANUARY 17th, 1888. Retrenchment with a decreasing re- venue is certainly a wise policy for any Government, but it is altogether another matter to stop public works which will prove remunerative, and to shut up a useful Railway because it may possibly cost the colony a few pounds per annum over working ex- penses. The people of the Southern Districts have a right to feel very much annoyed at the way they have been treated by the Government in the matter of the Bunbury-Black- wood Railway Line. In the first in- stance in spite of the urgent repre- sentations of the townspeople, the route taken from the jetty to the town boundary is a circuitous one, and not nearly so advantageous for present emergencies and future con- tingencies as if it had been taken through the mangrove swamp on the shores of the Estuary, which would have rendered its reclamation easy and extended the limits of the avail- able area of the town, which is at pre- sent somewhat confined. In the se...

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PUBLIC MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 January 1888

PUBLIC MEETING. A public meeting was held at the Mechan- ics' Institute on Saturday evening last to consider the action of the Government in shutting up the Bunbury Railway line. There was a large attendance of the leading towns- people, several settlers from the country and a few ladies graced the assembly with their presence. Mr. E. M. Clarke, Mayor, opened the proceedings by reading the requisition in accordance with which the meeting was con- vened. He then vacated the chair, but re- sumed it on the motion of Mr. Thomas Hay- ward.   Mr. Charles Wisbey said that they had met that evening in order to consider if they could not get the railway line opened for traffic. It was necessary that they should petition the Government to put together the rolling stock and open the line for traffic. He proposed: -   That this meeting is surprised at the action of the Government in de- ciding to shut up the Bunbury-Black- wood Railway for the present, as it was expect...

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