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COUNTRY NEWS DARDANUP, April 14th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 April 1888

w U U JM JL iru X AN J& Vv £- . Daedanup, April 14th. I have much pleasure in offering }rou my congratulations upon the suc ?cess and immense popularity which the Advertiser is rapidly attaining all through the district, and indeed it is only now that people are beginning to fully realize the utility and many benefits which are to be derived from a local newspaper. Many looked up on the first issue of the Advertiser with the coolest indifference and re garded the undertaking of the Pro prietor as a foolish and unrfcmuner afcive one, and without any apparent consideration predicted that in less thaji three mouths the paper would become defunct. But the three months have passed away and the paper still remains and is not only out of all danger of becoming defunct, but I am glad to observe is on the high road to prosperity. Each issue is now eagerly looked for by all in this neighbourhood and actually bor rowed and lent about from one to the other, and why not isn't that the pa...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 April 1888

WANTED 20,000 KAN GAROO SKINS. irT^HE 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. \V, SPENCER & SON, ^unbury, Jan. 21st, 1888. W. & J. BOVELL, Wholesale Grocers IT jl ?iXllCl X ill 1301 iei S- t /ft N / k_/-JLJ « Agents for Adelaide Steamship Co. Joseph Bovell, [ SHIP &t HOTEL, Albert Street, BEST ACCOMMO DATION- | Finest Liquors. Billiards. ; . Sample Rooms. I. EMMEBSON, ? Chemist and Druggist, ; Prescriptions accurately ; dispensed. Horse and Cattle Medicines. Victoria St, Bunbury. W. GL TOMKINSON,: TANNER and CURRIER, ; Yasse Road Bunbury.. 'OTLDES and FVins purchased at «*-J- the highest current prices. ?Shoemaker's G-rtndeey otf hand.: .JOHN RAMSAY, VICTORIA STREET, BUNBURY, : Family Butcher. .Best Meat at reasonable prices. Shipping Supplied. Monthly accounts rendered. H. CAPORN, Saddler & Harness Maker,, . Stirling St...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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VASSE NOTES. April 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 April 1888

VASSE NOTES. (From Our Correspondent.) April 16th. On Friday evening a very success ful and enjoyable concert was §iven in the Weld Institute, it was well attend ed and appeared to be thoroughly ei?. jiyed by a good audience and at its nWisfi t.hfi room was tilenrfid and danc ing was kept up until a little after midnight. The concert was opened by a Pianoforte Duet by Mrs. Lepper and Miss Lock hart. This was followed by th^'ltev. E. S. Clairs. who favored the audience with 'The Death of Nelson.' Miss Clara Launan gave the song, ' Poppies in the corn 'and later in the evening ' Eileena A Hannah.' Miss Georgian Bun bury contributed a song ' Dream Faces ' very .sweetly. Next Mr. Sisson of Bunbury sang 'The Old Brigade ' and later on ' Hearts of Oak'. This gentleman rendered his, vocal contribution well but appear ed to be suffering slightly from cold and his first song appeared a little too low a pitch f--r his voice. Next fol lowed the fir.-t effort in public of our Olee'Club with ' O...

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THE VASSE-BAYSWATER RAILWAY. REPORT OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 April 1888

rI HE VASSE-BAYSWATEE RAIL WAY. Report oe the Select Committee. The following is a concise epitome of the report of the Select Committee appointed to consider the proposals of Messrs. Neil McNeil & Co., to con struct a railway between Bayswater (South Perth) and the Vasse, which was laid on the table of the House on Friday night week by Sir Thomas Campbell : — The Committee refrain from deal ing with the abstract policy of rail way construction in the direction in dicated, this question ba/ving been fully dealt with when Mr. Dobson's proposals were under consideration last year. The evidence attached to the report shows that, the object of the proposers of the line to the Vasse is the extension of the market for their timber, and to increase the pro fitableness of their own line to Jar rahdale, which they purpose extend ing to the Albany Road, and which would serve as a feeder for the Gov ernment Railway. The Committee consider the elaborate equipment of the line suggested l...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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PERTH RACES. (BY TELEGRAPH.) RACE COURSE, 4.10 p.m. April 18. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 April 1888

PERTH RACES. (By Telegraph.) Rack Course, 4*10 p.m. April 18.. The. following are the winners of the various events in the West Aus tralian. Turf Club Autumn Meeting: — Maiden Plate. Skimmer, 1, Lyttleton, 2, Valentine, 3. Won easily in 2mins. Ssecs. Total- izator dividend 22s. Autumn Handicap. Clarion, 1, Progress, 2, First King, 3. Time 2mins. 56fsees. Dividend £4 9s. Rocket fell, but his jockey was not seriously hurt. Selling Race. Progress, 1, Randolph, 2. This was a splendid race between the two first horses. Time 2mins. 25secs. Dividend £2.. Metropolitan Handicap. Metal, 1, Harridan, % Clarion, 3. Time 2mins. 52secs. Dividend £1... This was a grand race, all being very close the whole way. Hack Rage. This was won easily by Mr. Demp ster's Blaekboy. Flying- Handicap. Metal, 3, Harridan, 2, Telephone, 3. Metal carried 71bs. penalty. Divi dend £1. .?????'

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL. BUNBURY PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 April 1888

COMMERCIAL. ? Bunbutit Prices Current. Flour Snow flake ... £14 per ton. Bavley ... 4s. per bushel. Oats .... 3s. 6d. „, „ Wheat ' ... ? ... ,- 5s. ,,, . „ Bran (scarce) ... ... £8 per ton. Pollard do. ... ... £10 „ „ Chaff .... « £6 „ „ Potatoes ?. ... ? ... £5 „ „ Onions ... ... none in market. Butter ... per keg Is. 3d. per lb. Sugar ... 28s. to 36s. per cvvh Tea ... Is. 6d. to 2s. per lb. Soap ... . . ... 22s. perewf. Candles ... by the box lOd. per lb. Bacon . ... ... none in market. Live Guano ... very scarce £10 per ton KcrNBuitr, ?? . ; . April 3, 1888. . .

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

Grand . Investment. Eo fce ffiafHeti, IARGE Handsome Automatic J MUSICAL BOX, two feet throe inches long., Beautiful inlaid rose wood case. Plays eight tunes. Vis ible Casta.nett.es, D ruins and Bells, a magnificent Instrument value £30. ALSO, A SPLENDID GOLD LEVER WATCH, richly chased ca«e and elaborate chased GOLD DIAL value £10. ' ' Only 40 members at 10/- Top number takes. Musical Box the lowest number takes .GMd Watch. The Prizes are on view at Mit. DIXON'S from whom Tickets and information may be obtained. NOTICE^ ~Y?0R SALE, subject to a mortgage, JD on the COJ, LIE 'RIVER, 59 miles from Bunbnry, on the main road to Kojonup, and 30 miles from Bridgetown. 50 ACRES FREE HOLD LAND, fenced with jarrah posts and 2 rails mid slabs, subdivided in 4 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, 6 roomed house (partly furnished), built of Egyptian bricks ; also, kitchen and storeroom, 6,000 ACRES PASTO...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 April 1888

— 3L0tai JHfos,— A contribution by 'A Larrikin' on Swan shooting at Mill Point and other matter is crowded out. To-i-a.y a Court of Petty Sessions will be held in the Court House for the purpose of revising the Electoral1 Roll! . There is only one candidate for the Wellington 1'ioads Board vacancy, Dr. H. F. Harvey. The election takes place tomorrow. i ' ? The whole of the stock sold by Mr. James Moore at Beachland for Mrs. Bunbury was bought, by Mr. J. V. Taylor of Dardanup Park. Ivow the Legislative Council Inni been prorogued Mr. H. 'W. Venn, M. L. C. will be expected to address his constituents oil the various matters of importance which have occupied the House during the session just closed. Now that the Governor has so strenuously opposed the Bayswater 'Ya.*se Hail way scheme public meetings ought to be held both, at Bunbury &nd Vasse to petition the Secretary of State for the Colonies to consent to its adoption. ' We understand that. a grand ama teur theatrical entert...

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A NEW CREAM SEPARATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 April 1888

A NEW CREAM SEPARATOR. ? =-?/3 ? _ Mr. J. F. Taylor, of Dardanup has imported, by the steamer Port Darwin,, which arrived at Fremantle last week, a large cream separator,, comprising the newest ideas and im provements. It is capable of separat ing the cream from 90 gallons of milk per hour. It is accompanied by a three' horse power boiler, which will be used as the motive power in the operation of the separator. It is we understand, the intention of Mr. Tavlor to purchase all the milk he can obtain from the surrounding farmers in the Bunbury district, who by the way will be enabled to obtain a return of the balance, after the separator has done its work. The establishment of so large a machine, . capable of producing such enormous results, cannot fail to be of great use and benefit to the dairy farmers of that portion of the Southern district in which Dardanup Park is situated.. — West Australian.

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OUR CITY LETTER. PERTH, April 19th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 April 1888

OUR CITY LETTER. (From Our Correspondent.) Pkrth, April 19th. We have had a very quiet week in the City there being nothing of any great importance to chronicle, yet still the cry of bad trade is heard on everv side and it is generally admit ted that never in the annals of West Australia has such a sluggish state of affairs ever before been experienced. JLVade is dull, our markets are paral ysed, the working man is to be seen on every side crying tor work, and the prospects at present are as black as ever they can be. Mr. S. H. Parker, the member for the City, has filed his petition, and there are ru mours that two other well-known members of the Legislative Council will find themselves in the same pre dicament before many more days are over. Surely the depression has eached a climax and we shall yet hear of the prosperous times that at present seem to be only viewed in the dim future. Fremantle, at least, ought to benefit by the action of our Legislators and obtain a relief from th...

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

? — ~ r STOREKEEPER. LICENSED HAWKER & General Dealer, Victoria Street, BUNBURY. Kangaroo Skins bought fit higher current prices. Trap and Horses for hire W. Prosser, ' BUNBURY & VASSE, J TANNER, GURRIER. -. AN 1) J Boot Manufacturer, General Stores of all descriptions. Kangaroo Skins, Hides, &t\, bought at the highest current price for Cash. Wholesale Price Lists of Boots and aj Shoes forwarded oil application. a. To iimvo. shortly, n large stock of g' goods from England, direct from the man uf act urers, w hich will be offered at (] very reasonable prices. _ Agent for the Tunstall Pottery Company of Melbourne, and for Eraser V'Moiiument Works, Adelaide. Capel Inn, fli Vassc Boad, 2 JOttTl 4fUTT0W, Proprietor. * Good accommodation for travellers. lR| I^HIS is the halt* way house * from Bunbury to Bussel- p ton, and is situated by the side g lliver Capel, being a most de sirable place to spend a few o days, especially for shooting. J w7 aTmcDamel, i ti Currie...

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TELEGRAMS. LONDON. April 19. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 April 1888

TELEGRAMS. LONDON. April 19. Dillon has been arrested under the Crimes Act and confined in Droghed& Gaol. General Boulanger has taken his seat in the Chamber of Deputies a midst a public demonstration. There was no outbreak, everything passing off quietly and in order. £5000 has been received from Sir Henry B. Loch, being Victoria's con tribution to the Imperial Institute. The Deceased Wife's Sister's Bill has, passed its second reading in the Mouse of Commons. The condition of the Emperor of Germany is worse, blood poisoning is feared, aud he is not expected to live many days. Hopes are still enter tained for his recovery, but it is doubtful if he gets over his illness. The Marquis of Hartington favours a scheme of Local Government for Ireland. The Right Hon. G. J. Goschen,. Chancellor of the Exchequer, eulo gised the Colonies for offering to maintain an Australian Navy. The Right Hon. Cecil Raikes, Post master General, hopes shortly to au nounce a reduction of postage on l...

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Shipping. PORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. April 20 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 April 1888

Sljip^ttig. PORT OF BTJNBURY. AERTVALS. Attril 20 TheeesAj schooner, Eeid, Master, from Vasse. DEPARTURES. April 17. ? J Star ot? the South, 'cutter, Hough, Mas ter, tor Q-uttuo Islands. April 22. Ttibbhsa, schooner, Reid, Master, for Fre nnntle. Passengers : — Messrs. J. J. Grant, Jas. Rogers, H. Chipper and. Ed. Mason.

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The Advertiser. Nihil sine Labore. APRIL 24th, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 April 1888

Nihil sine Lahore. APRIL 24th, 1888. It is no small matter for con gratulation that the Select Committee, appointed by the     Legislative Council to consider   the proposals of Messrs. Neil McNeil & Co. to construct a railway between Bayswater     and the Vasse, have reported upon the scheme so favorably. The object of the promoters seems to be to find a market for the timber turned out from the Jarrahdale Timber Mill and to derive a profit from their own line. No doubt all the timber for the whole line will be cut at the Jarrahdale Mills, the owners of which would obtain great advantages from the proposed line. Now Bunbury, Lockville and Quin dalup might some time ago have been looked upon as competitors with Jarrahdale in the timber trade, but of late there has been no business done, nor does there seem to be much, prospect of any ex tensive trade in the immediate future. Unless indeed the Directors of the S...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 April 1888

PUBLIC MEETING. - 0 -     A large and influentially attended meeting of the ratepayers of Bunbury was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Saturday evening last, to pass re- solutions with reference to all vessels coming alongside the jetty. The Mayor, Mr. E. M. Clarke, on   taking the chair, briefly stated the   object of the meeting. Mr. Thos. Hayward, J.P., proposed   "That the Bunbury jetty having now been extended into 20 feet of water at low tide and being provided with every convenience for vessels, this meeting considers that the coast- ing and other steamers ought to dis- charge, take in cargo, embark and dis- embark passengers alongside." He stated that not only was it of more expense to the town, generally for steamers to anchor and discharge into a lighter, but it also caused a delay of from 8 to 10 hours in getting their goods and if, steamers could come a- longside the old jetty, when the Gov- ernor and ot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 1 May 1888

J. H. MORT, ? STOREKEEPER. LICENSED HAWKER & General Dealer, Victoria Street, Bunbury. Kangaroo Skins bought at highest current prices. Trap and Horses for hire. BUNBURY 4 VASSE, TANNER, CURRIER, AND Boot Manufacturer, General Stores o£ ali 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 l-Yaser/s'Monument Works, Adelaide. Capel Inn, Vasse Eoad, JOtti^ ttWTTO'N* Proprietor. Good accommodation for travellers. HIHIS is the half way house X from Bunbury to Bussel ton, and is situated by the side liiver Oapel, being a moat de sirable place to spend a few days, especially for shooting. ? w. a. McDaniel; Currier, Tanner, AND BOOTMAKER Busselton. Orders neatly exe cuted with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 1 May 1888

C. R. McPherson, Saddler, Harness, & Collar Maker, VASSE EGAD, 8 U W 8 U p Y , BEGS to return thanks to- the ? settlers of the District for past favours, and wishes to notify to the mi 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 OF Western Australia FRUIT and WIFE EXPORTING TO ENGLAND. Humphries & Co. HAVTXG contracted with the leading Nurserymen of Australia are open to supply FrfUlT TREES (grafted), at Mel bourne prices. Special quotations for large quantities TESTED SEEDS ! TESTED SEEDS ! ! Post Free. CABBAG-E 9d. per oz. TURNIP 4d. peroz. RA.DDISII 4d. per oz, PARSNIP 6d. per oz. OTHER SEEDS EQUALLY AS CHEAP. HUMPHRIES & CO Wholesale Fruit and Seed Merchants, ALBANY, W. A. A, J. CASTLEDINE, Carpenter & Builder, WITTENOOM STREET, S 0 V 8 U P Y , T71STIMATES given for all kinds JCi of work in Building line. REPAIRS executed with neatness and despatc...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 1 May 1888

Hocai #tfa)st ]n the communication, 'At Mill Point' on page 7 a printer's mistake occurs. The 3rd and 2nd -paragraphs ought to be transposed. .Read the tfrd before the 2nd. An error occurred last week in the paragraph on the revision of the Electoral Roll. April 24-th was the last day on which objections could be made to any mines on the list, but the Court of Petty Session for the revision of the Roll does not take place till May 16th. The heaviest rain that has fallen this year in Bunbury came down yesterday. The morning broke fine and clear, but before 10 o'clock the sky was over-clouded and it rained almost without intermission the whole day. The rain is much wanted for the farmers- and will be very welcome. A. Service of Song entitled, ' The Desire of All Nations,'- is to take place ^ at the Mechanics' Institute on May 8th, Tvhen a choir of 30 voices will sing the musical portions, while the consecutive readings will be. given by the Kov. II. II. I'urneil, M. A. The admission i...

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COMMERCIAL. BUNBURY PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 1 May 1888

COMMERCIAL. Bunburt Prices Current. Flour Snow Hake . £.1.4 per ton. Barley ... ? 4s. per bushel. Oats ... 3s. 6d. „ „ Wheat ... 5s. „ „ Bran (scarce) ... ... £8 per ton. Pollard do. ... ... £1.0 „ „ OhafB ... ,. m „ „ Potatoes ... ... £5 „ „ Onions ... ... none in market. Butter ... per keg Is. 3d. per lb. Sugar ... 28s. to 36s. pur cwt. Tea ... Is. (id. to 2s. per lb. Soap ... ... 22s. per cwt. Candles .., by the box l.Od. per lb. Bacon ... ... none in market. Jjive Guano ... very scarce £10 per ton B.TJNBU11V, April 3, 1888.

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THE SUFFOLK PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 1 May 1888

THE SUFFOLK PUNCH. The following is' the pedigree of Mr. J. F. Taylor's new importation: Sir Geoffrey, 1597. Foaled 18S5, Chestnut with small white mark on face, Bred by A. B. Biddell Foxhall, Sire M* Biddell's Rodney 161, Dam Doubtful 65, g dam a mare of Sir E. C. Kerrison's, g sire Cupbearer III. 566, g g sire Cupbearer II. 542, g g g sire Crisp's Cupbearer 416, g g g g sire Crisp's Conqueror 413, g g g g g tire Fairhead's Boxer .405, g g g g g g sire Manchester do 294, g g g g g g g sire White faced Boxer 299, gggggggg sire A rk's Boxer 26, g g g g g g g g £ sire Grroom's Rain per636, ggggggggg.g sire Brady's Brit on 198, g g g g g g g g g g g sire Smith's horse of Parkham 1110, gggggggggggg sire Gleed's horse of Dickleburgh 589, ggggggggggggg&ire do 588, Kggggg gggggggg sire do 587, ggg gggggggggggg sire Crisp's horse of Ufford foaled in the year 1768.

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