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OUR CITY LETTER. PERTH, April 5th [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 April 1888

OUR CITY' LETTER. (Fbs-m Oub Correspondent.) Pkrth, April 5th. The resolutions'- of :Mr:. S.! H.lPark efas was anticipai^d!itiaVe,J;p%^e:d the Lagislature and tK^e'^qiie'iitioii''; of Re sponsible Government has; 'advanced another stage. The question as to whether we should have n second I chamber m the new , constitution or I not was productive of the best dis I cussion we have had during the Ses I sion and Sir T. C. 'Campbell, Messrs! I Hensman, Parker, Tjiayman, and Mar * mion soared into the -realms of elo I quence in debating '.'their respective 6 views. The result was that w& are to I have two cliambers in the new consti I tution, an upper and a lower house. I The former no doubt will turn out to PPtTejnore ornament than use, while the I -latter wtfl contain the 'busy bees ' or the men who will really conduct the affairs of the colony. We have gone on so long now with a single chamber that it seems strange that sit this cri tical period of the colony our Legislators sh...

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TELEGRAMS. LONDON, April 6 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 April 1888

TELEGRAMS. London, April 0. Mr. John Morley at a public meet ing said thut the fortunes of the* Liberal Party were in a critical state. .'?' The Duke of Norfolk's .mjssion to- the Pope has ..failed, His Holiness having declined to- interfere with the national movement in Ireland. i An accident occurred at a Bull . : Fight in Mexico. A fire broke out,, enveloping the gallery, causing an. awful scene. Crowds jumping into the arena to escape the fire, were gored by the bulls, 18 being killed and over 200 wounded. .????? Prince Bismarckhas tendered his; resignation as Chancellor of the Empire. He objects to the proposed bethrothal of Princess Victoria,, daughter of Emperor Frederick, ta Prince Alexander of Battenburg.. Public opinion is with Chancellor. In consequence Prince. Alexanders suit will be unsuccessful. The European Powers have agreed r ~ to abolish sugar bounties. CITY TELEGRAMS. ? =e» ? ... . ... . . ??? .-..??. Perth, April 9tn. A grand Masonic ceremon^ toot; place on Wedne...

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CORRESPONDENCE. DONELLY COAL. To the Editor Southern Advertiser [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 April 1888

CORRESPONDENCE. DONELf.Y COAL. To the Editor, Southern Advertiser. Sir, — Having carefully perused Mr. Thos. Giblett's letter in your is 8ue of April 3rd, I will with your kind permission avail myself of the same means to enlighten him as he has to ' enlighten the public ' Mr. Giblett's anger and suspicion appears to have been aroused by the fact that we have taken up the land under S. 0. L., which news he learns from the information given you by my partner, and published in yours of the 13th March. Now why this should turn him from ' being a will ing hand to a jibbing horse ' I fail to eee. A Probably Mr. Giblett would have been bitterly disappointed if af ter the expense and trouble we have all been to in endeavouring to develop this discovery, pome one had stepped in and taken up that country, just as we had ensured success. I also fail to see how Mr. Giblett gets the in formation from ' a dumb tree,' as this news, published in your above named issue, was I believe given by Mr. R...

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BUNBURY POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4TH. (Before "W. D. Cowan, esq., R. M. and W. Spencer, esq., J.P.) DELANEY V. LOVEGROVE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 April 1888

-BUNBURY POLICE COURT. 'Wednesday/, April 4th. (Before 'W. D. Cowan, esq., R.M. ^ and W. Spencer, esq., J.P.) DELANEY V. LOVEGROVE. Mr. J. P. Sisson appeared for com plainant and stated that this was a claim under the Masters aud Servants Act by Elizabeth Delaney against Dr. Lpv^grove, R. M. of Derby for bal ance of wages which had been re tained by the defendant to defray part of the complainant's passage down from Derby. The facts were as follows : — In September, 1885, a ver bal agreement was entered into where by the complainant agreed to go to Derby and enter the service of Dr. and Mrs. Lovegrove and to remain there one year, the wages beiug £2 per month ; if she remained the whole 12 months, her return fare to Bunbury was to be defrayed by the defendant ; but if her health broke down before the 12 months then the defendant agreed to advance her the return fare to Bunbury. The com plainant stayed in defendant's emplov for over 2 years and returned from ' Derby with the defendan...

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

STOREKEEPER, LICENSED HAWKER & Gci'cial Dealer Victoria Street, Bun bury. Kangaroo Skins bought at higltesi current prices. ?Trap rtii -1 Hordes for hire, BUMBURY 4 VASSE, TANNER, CURRIER. AND UU h mJl-Uj&L ULlfW/O tb U.i. C/JL 5 General Stores of all descriptions. Kangaroo Skins, Hides, &c. bought at the highest current price for Cash. Wholesale Price Lists of Boots and Shoes forwarded on application. To arrive shortly, a large stock of goods from England, direct from the manufacturers, which will be offered at very reasonable prices. Agent for the Tunstall Pottery Company of Melbourne, and for Eraser's Monument 'Works, Adelaide. Gapel Inn, Vasse Road, 'Grood accommodation for travellers. fpHIS is the half way house .JL from Bunbury to Bussel toia, and is situated by the side Biver Capel, being a most de sirable place to spend a few (days, especially for shooting.. wTaTmcDanieu Currier, Tanner, AND Busaelton. Orders neatly exe cuted with despatch. Contractor...

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A MINT OF WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 April 1888

A MINT OF WOMEN. Fifty women employed in the mint i i San Francisco are called adjusters, and their pay is one dollar and seven ty-five cents per day. These adjust ers occupy two large- rooms on the second floor of the mint. One is used for the adjusting of silver, and the other for that of gold. The fioors are carpeted, and each lady has a marble- top table, u pair of scales,, andi a fine, delicate file. Before the gold is turned over to them to be adjusted, it goes througb the process of being rolled, annealed,, cut and washed. They then take it in a state called ' blanks,' that is,, perfectly smooth, and the weighing is done. It is weighed to see if each piece be of standard weight, whicto must be of four hundred twelve and a half grains for a silver dollar, a» slight discrepancy being allowed ou either side. If a coin is found out side the limit after being weighed by an adjuster it is returned ; if too light, it is condemned, and must be* re-melted ; if too heavy, it is filed t...

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CRICKET. PINJARRAH V. BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 April 1888

CRICKET?.' : PlNJARRAH V.. BUNBTTBY. A cricket match ;was played, at Pin jarrah on Easter Monday .between* ithe. Buubury C. C. and the Pinjarrah -CtC- which resulted in an easy victory for the home team, who won , in..oue. in nings and 12 runs to spare. -i .:. ... A iUncneon was given uy uue lauiees of the .iistrict on! .the ground, and at. 6 o'clock in theey-eningv the cricketers: were entertained^, at a sumptuous dinner in the Mechanics' Institute, to which about 5(J»:;sat. .down and. the Buubury Cricketers,- .- could not go away without feeling;,-; highly.... pleased at the way iii which they were; treated, and if the ladies,; of Pinjarrah. take such sin interest^-wi, their /cricketers to provide for the; yisiijtoi's- two-' .such feasts it s 1 1 o u 1 d ..#« in - u r,age: rlthje,- .1 ad i es' ? of the other. diatHictri.-to.t.d*) the same, and thus render the noble game, three ti it's more enjoyable. ?;?..;-, i! :,iU ??:..- ??? '? The following^et^'wcbres:-^- ?? ? BliNBUfrY. *' ??...

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Shipping. PORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. April 2nd [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 April 1888

? * ? POET OF BUNBUEY. ARRIVALS. April 2nd s. s. Rob Rot, Irvine, Master, from Albanjr ancl Vasse. Passengers : P. C. Buck, wife and family. April 4th. s. s. South Atjstbaiian. 760 tons, Laurie, Master, from Melbourne and Adelaide, via. Albany and Vasse. Passengers : Mr. and! Mrs. Hands and son, Misses Kelly and ? Pro perjohn, Master C and F. Dowden, Mr. M. Richards. DEPARTURES. April 2nd. s. s. Rob Rot, 394 tons, Irvine, Master, for Fremantlo. Passengers : Dr. Hope, Mi\ and Mrs. Maeklin, Mr. and Bliss Wisbey, Mr. and Miss Hay ward, Messrs. W. Burcham, H. F. Johnson and son, ]). Stinton, C. Clarke, E. Leeming, G-. Hough, B. Prosser, J. W. Pais ley, and Miss 0. Tondut. April 4th. Aijta, schooner, 50 tons, Parkin,. Master,, for Vasse. s. s. South Atjsteai/Ian, 760 tons, Laurie,. Master, for Fremantle. Passengers frorn Buubury : Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Taylor, senr.,. Messrs. J. F. Taylor, junr., T. Farron, T. Long, J. Whitson, G\ Stutridge, D. Macdon aid, Mrs. Lovegrove and son.

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BRINE FOR BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 April 1888

BRINE FOR BUTTER. The best buttftr makers in England,. Ire land and Jersey, as well as in this country, are gradually dropping the practice of season ing butter with salt, and are using brine in: its place. Those who are far enough along to appreciate the difference between gathering, butter in a lump and handling it in granules,, are in a position to adopt brine seasoning with., ease and decided benefit. All that is neces sary for such a butter maker to do is, when: his butter has co-~e, to vash in the usual way with water till it will run off clear, and then, immerse the granules of butter in brine as strong as it can be made, and let the butter* lie in it the same length of time he would to have the salt dissolve if he had used dry salt,, and then press the butter into a solid form,, avoiding any friction cr grinding motion while reducing it to a solid. In this way all work ing will be avoided, and the bufctev left in the best possible condition for keeping, and have an even colo...

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COMMERCIAL. BUNBURY PRICES CURRENT [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 April 1888

COMMEECIAL. BUNBUllY PllTCES CURRENT. Flour Snow Halve ... £14 per ton. Barley ... 4s. per bushel. Oats ... 3s. 6d. „ „ Wheat ... 5s. „ „ Bran (scarce) ... ... £8 per ton. Pollard do. ... ... £10 „ „ Chart' ... .,. £6 „ „ Potatoes ... ... £5 „ „ Onions ... .:. none in market. Butter ... per keg Is. 3d. per lb.. Sugar ... 28s. to 36s. per cwt. Tea ... Is. 6d. to 2s. per lb. Soap ... ... 22s. per cwt. Candles ... by the box lOd. per lb. Bacon ... ... none in market. Live Guano .;. very scarce £10 per ton. April 3, 1888.

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

PRINTED ENVELOPES, in all qualities, shapes and sizes, also every other kind of stationary for printing now in stock at the office of this paper. Orders executed with unrivalled neatness aud despatch at current Perth prices.

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Vasse Notes. April 9th [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 April 1888

[?] (iFjBbM! Cue Coeees^om;b«!NT.), April 9tb. On, Frrday eveniiag last Mr. Penn, assisted by riis two children, gave a very pleasing, and instructive lecture onjihe Tonic Sol fa notation of sing ing. The lecture was; attended!, I re gret to say, but sparsely;., but those present appeared to highly appreciate the lecturer's eff br.tsrand : partic.u larly eJijpyed the rendering of several pieces, of part muaic by Mr. Perin and his. two e.bildren. I, hope this- may eventuate in a class being, focmed. by this gentleman. The yearly Easter Meeting- of~tfie '\(estry of,. St. Mary's was held en Saturday, last,, when the following gentle.meii,. were elected as office hold ers.Jn the. Church during the ensuing year :t— Minister's Warden,/ Joseph CQO,kw.o.r.fe.hy,. Esq.; People's Wand'en, K , QM&.y Esq' ;-. Y.estry men,,. Messrs-. A. 1&,. JPrjes,:, Gk:.'\^-~BariUard,. Joseph; Bovell, ThoiBas,- SmiJtH-,.. Thomas A. Thu.vKle,-., R-. J,,, Le.pjer, Chas.La^-. man and Elijah Da wsp...

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BRIDGETOWN NEWS. April 6th [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 April 1888

BRIDGETOWN NEWS.     April 6th     We have just had some splendid   showers, which we were badly in want of. The country will soon begin to look green again arid there will be plenty of feed for stock. Yesterday was a great day here on account of a grand wedding. The whole of the elite of the neighborhood were present, with the exception of the family of the Czar of the district. The Bride was Miss Flora H. Hester, fifth daughter of E. G. Hester Esq, of Biackwood Park. She looked magnif icent, being dressed in a real white, satin train, with bodice of white silk   striped with satin. She had also a   splendid wreath of camilias inter   woven with diamonds and pearls, and finished off with what looked like a honiton lace veil. The Bridegroom was a wealthy Nor' West squatter, Fred. C. Stevenson, Esq. The brides maids were Miss Thompson of Brook hampton, and Miss Eva Hester, sister &...

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

It WILLIAMS, Baker, and Confectioner, Stephen, Street, Bunbury, Flour, Bran, and Pollard sold at the lowest rates for cash. Orders solicited for all kinds of jloiise and Farm requisites which can bo obtained direct from the wholesale houses in Adelaide at very reasonable prices for cash. ' NOTICE. 'fjj^OS. SALE, subject to a mortgage, JJ on the COLLIE RIVER, 59 miles from Bun bury, on the main road 'to Kojonup, and 30 miles from Bridgetown. 50 ACRES FREE HOLD LAND, fenced with jarrah posts and 2 rails and slabs, subdivided in 4i paddocks also 3 garden patches, fruit trees, most of them in full bear ing, 1 stack yard and chaff house, also a good stock yard, G roomed. —»— house (partly furnished), built of Egyptian bricks ; also, kitchen and storeroom, (5,000 ACRES PASTO RAL LAND, well grassed and free from posion, permanent pools of I water, also, several quiet cattle, 1 ! team of horses, 1 dray, 2 light horse I carts', plough, harness and other 'farming implements. If not sold priva...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY. APRIL 13. The Speaker took the chair at 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 April 1888

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, APRIL 13. The Speaker took the chair at 7 p.m. Sir Thomas Campbell laid on the table of the House the report of the Select Committee on the TasseBays water Railway. The report was re ceived, and on the motion of Sir Thomas Campbell its consideration was deferred to Monday next. Mr. Sholl moved that the House take into consideration the Auditor General's report, with a view to adop ting the following resolution: — -That this Courcii haying fully considered the A.'uditor' General's report is of opinion that'is highly irregular that sums voted by the Legislature for special purposes should be devoted to other objects, or supplemented from other votes; and it is also of opinion that the Government should endeav our to carry out the provisions of the Audit Act in the spirit as well as m the letter, more especially as regards amount carried to Suspense Account, as pointed out by the Auditor General in his report,' The hon. member quoted several instances in po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 April 1888

A, J. 'CASTLEDINE, Carpenter & Builder, WITTENOOM STREET, B U W 8 P pYi T71STIMATES given for all kinds JjJ of work in Building line. REPAIRS executed with neatness and despatch. Workmanship Garanteed Economy studied, but not t$ a sacrifice to the quality of the work. Orders Solicited. NOTICE. NO persons are allowed to hunt or shoot Kangaroos and Wild Horses on any of the runs of the un dersigned after this date. ANDREW MUIR, Lake Muir. JAMES W. MUIR, Fern Hill. THOMAS MTJIR, Dees ide. April 12th, 1888. Jl! OR k^ALE, X RIVATELY. BRIDGETOWN TOWN LOT,. No. 16, bounded on the East by Hampton Street, on the South by Stewart Street, with a new five room brick Cottage thereon. The land contains 2 acres 2 roods. For further particulars apply to, THOMAS MASLIN, BiiAckwood Road. April 13th, 18S8. BIRTHDAY CARDS! BIRTHDAY CARDS! W. Moore, Bookseller and Stationer, SUflSUftY, HAS a large variety of BIRTHDAY CARDS now on view. Note the address :— STIRLING- STREET, opposite the Bathing H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 April 1888

v lUuUiXdi uljiuUu, J3 till U til ¥ © ALEX. FORBES, Proprietor. ? +. ? rilHIS old established house lias been taken by the undersigned JL 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. The building is being thoroughly renovated, the rooms re- furnished and the accommodation afforded will be adequate for the town. Bath-room and other conveniences. Private roomy upstairs. The Cuisine is under the immediate direction of Mrs. 'Forbes so that the table is provided with all the delicacies of the season. Meals prepared at any hour. Jas. McEwan's celebrated Ale always on draught, pro nounced by those who taste it the best and brightest ale. The stabling is efficient under the supervision of an experienced and attentive ostler. Best feed provided. AleX. Forties, Bunbury. 7 English and American Wheelwright & Blacksmith, Contracto...

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VASSE NOTES. April 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 April 1888

VASSE NOTES. (From Our Correspondent.) April 23rd. I think there are very few but felt sorry that Mr. S. H. Parker felt him self compelled to resign his seat in the Legislative Council, now particu larly at the present juncture. Throughout the whole of his political career one feature of his life has won for him not only in his own constitu ency, but also throughout the Colony generally, many admirers, and that feature has been his consistency. When Mr. Parker entered public life his platform was a change in the con stitution, and he has throughout had his aim in view. Such being the case constituencies will feel with him in bis severence just at a period when fruition of his labours is nearly being accomplished. On Tuesday evening last the Toung Men's Debating Society had their first field night, when a paper was read, on Responsible Government, what it is, its advantages and disadvan tages.' In the discussion which fol lowed the paper the subject was to a certain extent threshed o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 April 1888

WELLINGTON ROADS .BOARD. FTVENDERS will be received at the -*- Mechanics' Institute not later than 2 o'clock on SATURDAY, A pi. 28, for the. performance of the follow ? ing work, viz.:— 1. — For the erection of a bridge in place of one burnt down on the Harvey Road opposite Mr. Joseph Logue's. 9 — For claying and doing up 4- chains on the Leschenault Road. 3# — x^or doing what, repairs are neces sary to the same Road. Tenders to be on printed forma to be obtained from the Secretary. BuNMJiiY, I D. A. HAY, April 14th, 1888. J Chafrman. For Sale. Grey Bags, and JYuit Bags; Printed or plain. 2 pply to this Office. ' C. R. MgPhersom, Saddler, Harness, & Collar Maker, VASSE EOAU, ' 8 ' 0 I S U ft Y , EEGS to .return thanks to the settlers of the District for past favours, and wishes to notify to them that he has commenced business near W. Prosser's Tanner/, where he hopes to have a continuance of their custom in the future. Prices Reasonable

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BUSSELTON LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 April 1888

BTJSSELTON LOCAL COURT. At the Local Court on Thursday last before Dv. Lepper. R. M. there were five cases set down for hearing. 'W. & J. Bovell v. D. A. Abbey-. Claim £8 5s. lid. for goods sold and delivered. As there was no ap pearance of defendant judgment was given for amount claimed with costs. Jno. Holgate v. JR. Lowe. Claim £1 14s. for goods sold. Judgment for amount with costs. E. Warner v. J. Thomas. ] Claim £4- 3s. for defendant'^ moiety ^?wof division fence between the two properties. Judgment for plaintiff | with costs. 'W. Barker v. James Savage. Claim £2 for board and lodging. Mr. J . P. Sisson appeared for defend ant. Judgment for 18s. l£d. without costs. James Sayage v. Jos. Boy ell. Claim £85 15s. Id. for balance of carpenter's work. At the request of Mr. Bovell this case was adjourned until next Court day in order that the work and charges might be approved by a competent tradesman.

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