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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 27 March 1888

?-? ? ? ? _ . ? To the Inhabitants of Biuibuiy and surrounding districts,— BELAY YOUR Pnt1'f9T?r»CiP«? LONDON MOUSE 'Wiil. be opened -vs Wi* about A ijUTb 201 h' next and Mien will be? S'hown the larycrft, newcs-l a: al cent scloofcoiJ atoclc of ever sliotth in the colony, consisting of Draper1/; Miliiileryj Mantles, -? tll&ters',- Bian leers ,- Flannels, Winter Snits1, Overcoats, Pianos? ? Orsrans, 'Watches, Jeweller.}' ,- &&., &e., &c. All the above ai'S direct from the irianufaeturers, bulight for Cash. DELAY YOUR PURCHASES ¥OK A FiiW weeks. JOHN E. HANDS. Sale 'by Auction nt YASSE. M ii Ivl & d M. U U J& its TTAS received ins! ructions from Mrs. Bim J.JL bury of Bi'sichlnucl, Va.sse, to soil by Public Auction on THURSDAY, 'fcho 12th Apn}- lS&S^ «j* Life premises : — Ail the Fffrniing IrnplerflsW.3. SJhead of well bred -Cattle1, iO do of Horses A cjf&senfcifcy oi' llarnivs and Side FacldJea, 1 Cart, 2 Carriag...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 27 March 1888

The Albany m t 1 RAINING- .INSTITUTION. A HIGH CLASS SCHOOL for Boys and Girls. For BOARD TUITION, Lessons in FRENCH. MUSIC, DRAWING and PAINT ING. Apply to the EEV. A. J. WILKINS, p Hkad M'astkh. Altunt, March 15th, 1888. ? NOTICE. TF yon w.'infc a bav»ain bnv f;hc Contbact jl oh's Plant used in building the .Bridge town Bridge. It is now being sold privately mid if not cleared off. will be auctioned in March. Hopes, Pully Blocks, Chains, Bellows, Anvil, Smith's Tools, Sledge Hammers, Steel Crowbars, Pound and .Flat Iron, Saws, &c, Also, — 1 flat bottomed Punt, nearly new. Apply on Works Bunbury. K M. CLARKE, General Storekeeper, Stirling Street, Bunbury, Takes this opportunity to thank Ms 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. ei LkQfU GuJL JL £ V UULj THE largest assortment of Agricultu i*al Implements, Machinery and Ironm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 27 March 1888

flPENDEUS nre invited by the -^ .undersigned for. the cutting of a (drai«i about If miles long on the ?Vassc Ivptxd. Tenders to be in on or before March .3 1st 1£88. I'oi* Specifications. &c. apply to E. M. CLARKE. 'Bunbury, March 10th ISSN. Oapel. Inn, Vasse Read, J04fJI ftUTTOW, Proprietor. .Good accommodation for travellers. rpHIS is the half way house j_ from ]B anbury to Busscl ?ton, and is situated by the side liiver Capel, being a most de sirable place to spend a few days, especially for shooting. wTaTmcDaniel, (Jurner, I aimer, AND BQQTMAKJK1& Busselton. Orders neatly exe cuted with despatch. Contractor for the ?Quindalup and .Au gusta niaite. PMBURYJWORAL^'iOCIETY. Meets every rJ uestlay at 8 o'clock in the Mechanics1 Institute. 'Christ, the Desjre of All Nations,' in rehearsal. Also, the reqiiH'C'.iv.ents of the Ele mentary Certificate of! the Tonic fclol ?it'a College of England. Both notations used. - Subscriptions : Gentlemen 3a. Gd. jLadies 2s. -id. per...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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The Advertiser. Nihil sine Labore. MARCH 27th, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 27 March 1888

JSihil sine Lahore. MARCH 27i.li, Ifs88. Ka.ng.aroo skins from West ern Australia, from t\\e South ern Districts especially, realis ing such high prices in the intercolonial and American markets, suggests to the minds of many the question as to whether it would be advisable to no longer regard the marsu pials as vermin, but to a If or d some protection in the way of legislation. . It will be seen ithat a motion in the Lesislat ..fie,-' Council was .moved and withdrawn by Mr. Siienton proposed to re-enact an old or dinance to provide for the is ,sue of licenses to kill kangar .oos. This however is not the direction, which legislation on .. :t he subject should take, as it would-be nothing more or less than a tax. oh the country dis tricts, which, as experience shows, does not benefit the district where the revenue is raised, but helps to aggravate centralisation in some way or pther. If the present high prices for skins are likely to be .: ..Maintained,, at 'the rate the .animals are...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MARC (11 14. The Speaker took the chair at 7. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 27 March 1888

[?] WEDNESDAY, MA EC 11 l.L. The Speaker took the chair fit 7. ».m.- The DiKECTOft oi' Pujjlic Wukks in repl)r to Mr. Sheutoiv stated tiiafe uexi week he would lay on the table the plan for the Freinantle jetty ; and1 in reply to Mr. Forrest that the con tract for the Dei* by telegraph line to1 the goldlields had been let to Mr. \V. Atkins at £38 10s. per mile, ami that; the survey party had been sent dow/t? by the1 Otway with1 instructions toj proceed at once. The date1 of the* completion of the work1 had been fixed at two years from thte com. men cement. The Colonial Secretakt, who was1 asked by Mr. Shentou to lay on the1 table a return showing the amounts placed to suspence account on 31st; December last, and tihe amount to1 credit on the 1st of January following,, laid on the table that portion of the finaneissl l'eturns tor. the year,- which1 would, he said,- furnish tbeinform.it ion required : aud in reply to Mr. Forrest, he stated that a. sum of £1,075' would,., when the Esti...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 27 March 1888

— 3L0ml $ti»8, Mr. Thomas Giblett's letter shall appear in our next issue, Council reports ami local matter having ab sorbed our available apace. Our City Letter having been sent on ti. the Vasse. through the careless ness of the Central post office, did not turn up in time for publication in this ieoue. A fink half-bred pig, from Dr. Harvey's Berkshire breed, only eleven months old, fattened by Mr. D. A. Hay, was killed by that gentleman on Friday and turned the scale at 290 lbs, proving the advantage of keeping well bred stock. Tun: long spell «f dry weather was broken on Thursday last by some grateful showers, which however would do little more than lay the dust, and make the black- boys sprout and thus afford feed for stock on the burnt country. The amount of rain which fell last week was only '83 inches. A cortiesposdext writing from Mnndurah states that the weather has been frightfully hot and sultry, hot land winds being prevalent in the morning, and'a dead calm during the re...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PINJARRAH RACES. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 27 March 1888

PINJi\ERAH EACESv (From our1 Correspondent.) These races were held on the 9th inst. aud although the weather was very sultry the attendance was good aud the sport excellent. The follow ing are the res wits of the racing ; — Majde3nt Plate, £1-1, 1. mil 12. Eirst Heat. Mr. A. Thomas' Flinders ' ] Mr. A. R. Adams' Vandeinan 2 Mr. G. Pabtorsou'a Birdcatcher 3 'Four others started. Time 2'mins. 5'secs. Second Heat. Mr. A. Thomas' Flinders ? 1 Mr. A. R. Adams' Vandeman 2 Mr. G. Patterson's Birdeateher 8 Three others started. 'Flinders was disqualified for running inside a post and the race was consequently given to Vandoman. Time 2mins. JLOsees. PojS'y Uace, 1 aitle, £3. Mr. J. K. JVleAtHo'a Sultana ' .1 Ml-. W. Cornish's Jack 2 Mr. E. To mj) kins' Patter 8 Two others- started. Time 2mins, Ssecs. Flying- Stakes, £10, -£ mile. First Pleat. Mr. A. Thomas' Flinders 1 Mr. E. Cockram's Cornet 2 Mr. T. Fawrcett's Oposaum 3 Two others started. Time1 i miu. 29 sees. Second Beat. Mr. A. Th'oma's'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 27 March 1888

'inpUNPEBS will be received up- to ;;;;JL' .the Hist March for the Brick ? laying. and plastering of a five roomed '?cottage to .be' built at .the Pre.a.ton. [For further prrticulars apply to I' ; : '. j. & H. GIBBS, .Bunbury. fy./:~M-TICE.— .. ': ;rT)'EiR']N' running with our cattle for ?'7JL) the last 12 -months, a liirht red ^JSTEERE about 2 years old, no brand Yor mark visible, can be seen in Bal bar.rup paddock, if not claimed within '''.time allowed by law will be sold to ?'pay expenses. ..'I THOMAS GIB-LETT. vi;i, jBlaokwood, March 22, 1888. y'.^Kesfertj, Mail copy)— S ins. 12/ .*3. ?^u.,..NOT|CE ? ';?;. ^'^S '''hereby ' given that persons are ';''Jl cautioned 'against harboring one ;'--RANK KYA-N, an indentured ser ::\van.t of the undersigned. ?3;;-;K. -???? ';? : B. HAME11SLEY, ';'; ?''??Ferguson IliTEK-j MaroU 2(JUi, 1 888.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 27 March 1888

W Aw -U%J£. JLwy Bw! ui \^ w QJ, -JLJ UL.UL W* wa. X Y o P. MeARTHUR. Proprietor. . : ? -► ? mHIS old .established house has been talc en by P. McAethuh, X who hopes to obtain a fair share of public support by civility 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. English, and American Wheelwright & Blacksmith* Wnoo Turning, Circular and Band-sawing, Agricultural Implement Maker & General Manufacturer. Contracting Undertaker and Shoeing-smith to the West Australian Government. Agent for Tomlinson, Olough -fe Co,, Iron and Brass founders, also, Byfield & Thackrah's celebrated --Porest Devils.' Teivns JEasy. Time Payment, if required. i$tf iftTattO, — 'Small profits a..nd quick returns.' Steam Works,— Stirling & Stephen Sts. BUNBURY, WTT ELLINGTON HOTEL Victoria Stree t, Bunbury^ (NEAT! THE JETTY.) James Hislop9 Proprietor...

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COMMERCIAL BUNBURY PRICES CURRENT [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 27 March 1888

COMMERCIAL BUNlJUltY PlUCES CuilRENT Flour i5no\v flfiike . £14' per ton Barley ... 3s. fid. per bushed. Oat3 ... 3s. 6d. „ „ Wheat ... ' 5s. Bran (scarce) .-,. ...? £y per ton. Pollard do, ... ,.. £10 „ „ Ch aft' .., «, £6 „ „ Potatoes ... ... £.5. '„ „ Onions .... ..... £.o „ „ Butter ? ... per ieg Is. 3d. per lb. Sugar ... 2Ss. to 3Gs. per cwt. Tea ... ? Is. Gd. to 2s. per lb. Soap , ?«? ' ??? 22s. per cwt. Candles .... by tho box lOd. per lb. Bacon ... ... none in market. Live GiiUfno/ ..... very scarce £10 per ton

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, MARCH 16 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 27 March 1888

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL   FRIDAY, MARCH 16.     The Speaker took the chair at 7 p.m. In reply to Mr. Harper, as to what steps it was proposed to take to ob tain water in the vicinity of the Yilgarn Hills, the Director of Public Works stated that the Government boring machine was ready and the Government would take steps to have it put at once on the field. Mr. Venn asked the Commissioner of Railways: - (1.) Whether the Plant     and Rolling Stock for the first sec tion of the Blackwood Railway had   arrived at Bunbury. (2.) whether the same is being put together, and the date the Government intend to open the Railway for traffic — betwe- en Boyauup and Bunbury. The Commissioner in reply said that the rolling stock had arrived, but owing to the reduction in the Ex penditure this year it could not be put together, and for the same reason the Bunbury railway could not be opened. He hoped everything would be done ...

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AN ACRE OF BUNBURY LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 27 March 1888

AN ACRE OF BUNBURY LAND. As an instance of what may be done with an acre of land in the vicinity of Bunbury it is worth while drawing attention to the garden, orchard and   vineyard of Mr. James White, on the Australind Road, about 2 miles from   town. Mr. White has occupied the ground for many years and for some time he has been able to clear over £100 per annum profit from the sale of produce from his garden, orchard and vineyard. The last portion of the holding being the most productive it should be mentioned first. The vines occupy rather less than a quarter of an acre, and mostly of the Black Con stantia, Muscatel and other varieties. This season his crop has been good and he has made over 200 gallons of wine from his grapes, while a large quantity of the muscatels have been dried as raisins. The wine is some thing like a light Bordeaux, and very palatable, and a better substitute for claret could not be had, and out of this commodity he makes from £60...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 April 1888

WELLINGTOOOADS- BOARD. HPENDERS will be received at ilie -*- Mechanics' Hall not later t!'an 2 o'clock on Satuhdav, Ai'iiu, 14th, for the performance of the follow ing work, viz : — For quarrying and stocking acces sible to carts .100 yards of lime stone from Miss Bunbury's Quarry. . Texdkrs to be on printed forma to be obtained from the Secretary. Bubbury, ) D: A. HAY, March 3Lst, LSSS. J .. Chairman. notice' WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD. EXTRAORDIN A RY VA CA N CT. A. Meeting for the Election of a Member of the Wellington Roads Board, iu place of Mr. Win. Gavin, resigned, will be held in the Mechan ics' Hall on Wvdkesuay the 25th inst. at 2 p.rri. Poll to close at 4 p.m. Candidates for election must give seven clear days notice of such their intention in writing addressed to the Chairman, as Returning Officer. I). A. HAY, BxJNBt! RY, ') C HA HIM AN 2nd April. J Wellington Roads Bd. Wanted, GOOD COW in ^11 milk R. WILLIAMS, Bukbuhv. WANTED to Rent, in or near the town, a three or four ro...

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STORY OF THE ALBATROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 April 1888

STORY OF THE ALBATROSS. The romantic story from the C'rozet, Islands, which an albatross, brought., to the shores of Western Australia,, some six months ago, yielding up the message and its life together, has been,., contrary to the expectation of manv,. fully confirmed. Last week his Ex cellency received a telegram from the French Government informing him that, according to request, a vessel of. war was at once despatched to the^1 supposed refuge of the castaways.. On arriving at the Crozet Islands,,, the shipwrecked sailors were found ? to have really landed, though at the' time of the vessel's visit they had de serted the islands. An inscription was discovered, however, which gave the information that the sailors, 13 in number, had found a refuge on the islands, after shipwreck, and after waiting until they had consumed all ? their provisions, had determined on, shifting their quarters to another is- . land some distance off. The- island,, was at once visited,, but no trace of th...

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OUR CITY LETTER. PERTH, March 21st [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 April 1888

HTTT5 PTTV T 1E'TlfH?'D UUJft ULlx Lai JLLJru. - ? w (FEOM OUK, COERESPOSTDENT.) Perth, March 21s fc. Several parties have returned from the Yilgarn Goldfields all bringing cheerful news and promising speci mens, while the general complaint is want of water. The Government have been waiting to see if the Nor tham and Newcastle Eoads Boards would contribute towards the expen ses of a water borer, but they having declined to do so the Government have sent a party to the Golden Val ley to carry on operations for water boring. It is to be hoped that an ex haustive supply will be found in or ?der that this district may be properly' searched and explored. News from the Kimberley Gold fields continues encouraging, several rich claims having been discovered, ;^ile negotiations are at ^relent go- ? ing on with a Melbourne Sync!: cite for the purchase oil a claim for £50, 000. The stone recently shown in the city is the best ever seen, as it is literally hanging together with gold, and wherev...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE DONELLY COAL. TO THE EDITOR Southern Advertiser [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 April 1888

?CORRESPONDENCE. THE DONELLT COAL. To the Editor Southern Advertiser. Sir, — In reference to the Donelly Coal Field, or. the 1000 Acres S. O. L. I would like to' have my snv, (as the saying is) in the matter, and nlso to enlighten the public, through your valuable paper. Now Sir, about about 4 years ago my brother, Mr. Amos Giblett was the first to discover this coal, which was given into the hands of Mr. Charles Patterson of Perth and he got 2 men from the mines at Champion Bay, or that district, to come down' and examine the coal aud their opinion of it was that ifc was nothing but a petrcfied log and no good. Now a little over 12 months ago I met Dr. Harvey and Mr. Gibbs at Bridgetown, who being on a pleasure trip I in vited them to my place and while there I took them to Fly Brook and showed them the coal and of which they took samples away to have it tested, at the same time understand ing from both of them that they would send me all information concerning the results of the t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 April 1888

I H. MORT, STORIDIvESEfRR, UGENSEi) HAWKER Victoria Street, . Bun bury. Kangaroo Skins bought at highest 'current prices. Trap and Horses for hire. % iv- / &«*- T^ f^ti $*$ C* ^ IP . I A S\l SM t:. K , C u r\ K 5 ci K - - AND E4 'TOT ^ ^ General Stores of al! descriptions. Kangaroo Skins, Hides. &c. bought at the highest fum:nt price for CAf-u. Wholt^nio Price Lists of Boots ami ., Shoes forwarded on application. ;1 To aj'i'ivo. sliortiy, a lar»e stock nj: ( 'goods from England., direct from the inanufacturerfi, which will be offered at , very reasonable prices. Agent for t'10 Tun flail Poti-irv Company of Melbourne, and fur Fraaer's Monument Works, Aiiel^.ide. ... Oapel Inn, Vasse Bead, ], ' JSftW itiiTTD'W, Proprietor. ; tiood aeuommodiWGn for travellers. .) mHIS is the half way lmgaso ! _|_ from Bimbm-y to Bnssel- i ^toii, and is situated by the side, - .n? -Biver Capel, -bein«? a roost do ?,; 'sirable place to spond a few « days, especially for shooting. \ ? '~ ?...

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Vasse Notes. April 2nd [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 April 1888

Vasse Notes. (Fbom Oub Correspondent.) April 2nd. The one topic of conversation dur the past week has of course been the carrying of the resolution appointing » committee to report on tne Bays water-BusseltoD Railway Scheme. The general feeling is that the offer made by Mr. McNeil is one which the colony should accept and not only ac cept but at once carry out. Doubtless every obstacle will be thrown in the way by the Government side of the House to prevent its early adoption, alleging the straitened circumstances of the colony's Exchequer and the unsettled state of the country, until fcJelf-Governtneut is adopted. But should this cause interfere with the early carrying forward of this highly necessary work a very grave error of policy will be committed. 1 t ia gener ally conceded that a Jine built from the Swan to Vasse, more particularly as it passee throughout through the settled portions of the colony, is a work that would be re-productive and the colony's credit is now as good ...

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Shipping. FORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. March 27 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 April 1888

Shipping. i .A — -. PORT- OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. March 27. s. s. Rob Rot, 394 Ions, Irvine, Master, .? from Freuiantle. Ptissengt'vs for liunburv : ]Vh'B. and Miss Hewlett, Mr. and Mrs. Mack lin, Messrs. W. Spencer, A. Spencer, J. F. Q'a.ylor, «em\, J. 1-\ Taylor, junr , H. W. Gar diner, (j. Johnson, Halford, Master Cain ai.d an Afghan. 8. s. Aijuny, 800 tone, Ant-lion, Masher, from Fromautle. Passengers for Bunburv : .Mesdaiues McCourL, Broekwan, Haves Law rence, and Hogjin, Misses Gibbin, JBiiBsdl. A tu i ear aid Pratt, Dr. mid Master Hope, M»Bsrs. J. Ricketts, W. H. Johnacn and 2 children and a Coolie. April 1st. Alma, schooner, 50 tons, Parkinson, Mas ter, from Fi'ewantle. April 2nd. Stab .op the South, cutter, 40 tons, Hough Master, from the Guano Islands. a. s. Rob Roy, Irvine,. Master, from Albany via Vanae. Passengers : DEPARTURES. March 27. b. s. Rob Roy, 394 tons, Irvine, Master, for Albany, via Va-?se. Passengers for Bunbury: Mesdames W. Scot*. W. P. Chiton and family (3J ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 April 1888

|P Ij3 !j| '*-(?**& ' j| '«' %0f &(£? tajgEU^ p jl '!§-*' P fegE^ HJg^l^ P. Me ARTHUR, Proprietor. nnHIS old established house has been tals en by P. McAethtjii, J- who hopes to obtain a fair share of public support by civility 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. Contractor and Timber Merchant, \A/ood Turning, Circular and Band-sawing, Agricultural Implement Maker & General Manufacturer. Contracting Undertaker and Shoeing-smith to the West Australian Government. Agent for Tomlinson, Oiough & Co., Iron and Brass founders, also, Byfield & Thaokrah's celebrated 'Forest Devils.' Terms Easy. Time Payment, if required. iiJTg iliflatto, — 'Small profits and quick returns.' Steam Works, — Stirling & Stephen Sts. B.UNBURY. Wellington Hotel Victoria Stree t, Bunbury, (near tee jetty.) JTTISLOP desires to ret...

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