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At Mill Point. A REMINISCENCE OF MOONLIGHT SWAN SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 1 May 1888

At Mill Point. A REMINISCENCE OF MOON LLGHT SWAN SHOOTING. (BY LAHEfKIN.) Mill Point, on the Leschenault Ea tuary, 2 miles from Bun bury, used to be a grand place for swan shooting. Now-a-days the sport is not half so good as it used to be, the number of ~ ?? ? ~J '-'6 **»*-» mo pisiufa Jo HOC nearly so great as in years gone by Ah ! what fine fun we used to have only a year or two ago. Thousands of swans flew across the point every night from the head of the Estuary to the feeding banks, and by jove ! didn't all the local sports turn out with all kinds of fire-arms to slaughter the birds. Let me see, there was the beat shot of the lot, Mayo with his brandriowlyimportedjustarriv ed-double-Damascus-barrelled-hain- niersbelowthelineof.8ight~full choke-bore-rebouuding- locks-gun. He was a take-it-easy, never- flurry-your- selt sort of a chap, and couldn't he briug the beggars down. He never missed any reasonable shot, and was as true on to his second bird with the left barrel as on the...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 1 May 1888

WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD. TifE usual monthly meeting of the Wellington Roads Board was held on {?Saturday last at the Mechanics' Insti tute. Present: D. A. Hay, Esq., Chairman, Messrs. R. Ii. Rose, AY. C. Ramsay, Jas. Maguire, Jos. Hough and Jno. Tngwell. The minutes of the last monthly meeting and the two special meetings having been read, Mr. Maguire and Mr. Trigwell objected to the tender of Travers being accepted for the per formance of work opposite J. Rogers' on the Coast Road at 13/- per chain. They said that no tenders were called for the work to be done as Flood had given up the job. Fresh tenders should have been called for. The Chairman briefly explained the mat ter and the minutes were con firmed. The. following accounts were passed for payment: — AM. Moore £8; Thos. Harris £3 1 2s 6d.; Wm. Hurst 6s.; G. R, Teede £5 15s.; Chas. Harris £2.5; Jno. Mutton £2 2s.; B. 'Wil- liams 15s.; 0. Mi lam 5s.; Adams £8 10* - J. Doolan £1 8s.: O. R- Scott £3 4?.; J. A. Fiood £3 4s. 7d.; S...

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TELEGRAMS. LONDON. April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 1 May 1888

TELEGRAMS. LONDON. Anril 26. The Stateinstrument f or trie creation of her Majesty's sovereignty over the portion of New Guinea now under British protection will be laid before the Q linen ou her return to Windsor from Berlin. L lie Emperor Frederick of Germany is considerably better and much stronger than he has been since the death of his father. He has been able to extend a hearty welcome to Queen A^ictoria. The Comte de Paris in a manifesto just issued, expresses approval of the proposal for a revision of the present constitution of France. But he de clares that the re- establishment of the Monarchy of France is the only means by which order can be restored, maintained at home and peace with honour assured abroad. In the House of Commons last night a motion was moved censuring, the Irish judges for the course they had taken in increasing the penalties ot imprison me tit in every case of a bortive appeal from the convictions and sentences, inflicted by the lower courts. The motio...

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Was it a Mistake ? [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 1 May 1888

Was it a Mistake ? Bv CURTIS YOIiKE. One chilly afternoon in February, a very pretty, very determined -look- ing young woman was standing, dress ed for walking, before one of the ar tistically draped mirrors which adorn ed a certain cozy drawing room in South Kensington She was regard ing the very seductive vision which was reflected in the aforesaid minor with large, serious seemingly unap preciative eyes. They were lovely e-'es, by the way, dark, soft and ex pressive. Her features were small, and sharply cut ; her figure was all a woman's ought to be; her tout *? ensemble was bewitching enough to satisfy the most captious critic of charms fetn iuine. The only occupant of the room was an elderly lady who oat in an easy chair near the fire. She was a real elderly lady, with a real cap and real gray hair. Usually she wore a real smile too, but it was replaced on this occasion by a distinctly unreal frown. ' STou make me feel almost angry, Nina,' this lady was saying, with would-be se...

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

'WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD. nHEN'DER.S will be received at the -^ Mechanics' Institute, not later than .SATURDAY, May 2(ith, for the ])ei'fitnnance of the following work, viz.: — 1. — For the erection of a culvert op ]-nsite McAndrews' on the Bruns wick Road. 2. — For gravelling ;md doing tip the road at the same place. For par tk-ulars of these tenders ap|)ly to the Chairman, X). A. Hay, Bimbnrv. 8. — F«ir sinking a permanent water well at the Kokulup Swamp, Vasse ]\!).'id,'at the .sheep stand. Separate tenders fur each work to be on printed forms to be obtained from the Secretary. Bunhury, ) D. A. HAY, ? April 2Stl«, 1S8S. ) Chairman. '^NOTICEl^' X THOMAS MUili, hereby give -*- 9 notice that all arrangements made by Andrew Muir, of Lake Muir on my behalf with J. & W. Mortram, re .Kangaroo limiting on my runs on the Gordon l\Mver or else where, prior to April 2'Ath 18S8, are now cancelled. A nd I also give notice that any per mission granted by me in writing or otherwise to an...

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

NOTICE. NO person!i are allowed to hunt or shoot Kangaroos and /Wild Horses on any of the runs of trhe un dersigned after this date. ANDREW MUItt, Lakh Mum. . JAMES W. MUM, Fehn Hill. THOMAS MUIR, Dees IDE. April 12th ?, 1888. -T OR OA1J5, JL RIVATELT. B H I DGETO W-TTf O \VyN LOT, Xo. 16, bounded on the East, |-y Hampton Street, on the Sout'V by Stewart Street, with a new five room brick Cottage thereon. The had contains 2 acres 2 roods. For further particulars apply to, THOMAS MASLtN, Bs.ACKwooD Road. ?April IMk; 1SWS. ^eiRTHDAYTAROSr BIRTHDAY CARDS! W, Moose, Biwksellm1 and Stationer, HAS * Wgo vmiiVty .,rf BIRTHDAY CA'KDS 'now on yifw-. Note tW ndaveOT:— St'liRlvfSG STREET, olpposiV Hie lfiat-i'iti.' 'I'f.uiso IjOTIfiL IS liofeby giveto thiit n-t\y Wtirson t)f pwson» fou'ncItrespftsjiiii'rvHi mix- \m£ At I'rincop Park, ofr M'CTit.v OEiital* wfiljibe prosecuted A- !p% 'U'URNBULU Fobffua»fy 2UL NOTICE. IT'O^ SALE, suibje-:t to a mortgage, 1; oil the CO'LLtK RIVER, 59 mifes from 'B...

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OUR CITY LETTER. PERTH, April 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 1 May 1888

OUR CITY LETTER. (From Our Coerestostdent.) Perth, April 26th. The question of the increase* of the Chinese in the various colonies of Australia has from time immemorial been a troublesome question and late ly we rear! of the stringent measures that are being adopted in the other colonies to stay the introduction of the Celestial. The agitation has com menced in our colony, and 1 hear of a public meeting held at Derby, at which the object was thoroughly dis cuesed, and ultimately motions were carried asking the Government to de vise some means to increase the poll tax, and to endeavour to stem the in flux of the Chinamen. This action has been caused by the contractor of the Derby Telegraph Line engaging numerous bands of Chinamen to per form the work, while there are many English and Colonial workmen rexdy and anxiously waiting for work. The motions have been forwarded to the Executive. I cannot blame the set tlers in the north west tor their exer tions, because at the present time ...

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

Victoria Street, Bnnbnrye Proprietor. r- ? ? ? fl^HlS old established house has been taken by the undersigned -1- 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 tbe accommodation afforded will be adequate for the town. Bath-room and other conveniences. Private rooms upstairs. The Cuisine is under the immediate direction of Mrs. Forbes so that tlie 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 an I attentive ostler. Bast Pee:! provided. Alex. 'PoAeS, Bunbury. ESTAB.^^^^S 1865. English, and American 'Wheelwright & Blacksmith, Contractor an...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, APRIL 19. The Speaker took the chair at 7 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 1 May 1888

LE&IS£&¥l7EJ 6GOTTG1L $HURsiJAY*APiiiL i9; The Speaker took tlie chair' at ? H;th; . Upon the motton of tile tJHl'diiiai 'Secretary the . House pro'ceecie'd to lelect liy milo!tF(.lir unofficial fre.mberis 'to serve on.fcne 'ConiVnitu-e of Advice '.as p'rovid'ed %, the. Audit Act. Mr. 'V! l.« .. i-' .'.li i'.'-'J !x*'l'. -7VJT.., .-II i .11, :? (onciiLyu ana :mr, i-iarimon were re elected^ ;and Mr. Sl'Votf and Mr. M'cVr risoti were 'elected \i\ ifch'e 'room of Mi1. Parker :*ind Mr. fl-\Un\. r Mr;. S. &. Parker Was 'ele'eted [& Governor of .the High S'cnool Board. Sir..T. f\Pampo!ell 'waft elected !a meiiVfee'r ( of foe La\v :and Parliament 'arWLjibrary Coin mi tW. Ttie X^6initi\M:Hi^y. of l$uTwav?j, ftp $Ji$Mti$$i.M M'r.^h't^ fed Upon the table a return shewing the number of passes granted on the Go vernment Railways from January 1st, 1888, to April 1st, 1888. The Mining Companies Bill was read a third time* Upon the motion of the Colonial Secretary t...

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Shipping. PORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. April 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 1 May 1888

Sljippiits. PORT O!' BUNBUKY. .A It RIVALS. April 2-ith. Rob Roy, steamer, 3iJ I- tons, Irvine, Mas iiM1, i'roin Kreiniinl.le. I'nssiMi^ers i''r 1J im- bni'v : — Afi\ and Mrs. II. G. l.'cau'iiig- jnul i'u'miy (i), Air. arid Mrs. H. P. Philiip-, Mr. mid Mrs.' G. Vv. ia-,y.l, Mrs. am! AhssGu gtM'i. AL11*. ' Gn'I.'v, Mes-nvs. J). .--inc air, A. ?Jli;-il.»p, ,). GuKi.ier. ,). IVrnn, h. If. Auirsk-iH, II. Sieere, P. JL-hI.w T. O1 IYmI;!, J. iUiUL Aiiss A. Cowan, and one sieei'.-igo. Ajiril 2rith. Ataia, schooner, £0 Ions, Milloi1, ?.!asa:v. from Freuiiinlle. April 27H). AxnAN'Y, shcainei', 7-'O Ions, AnMion, Mas iter irom Alelhoiu'ii.e ,antl .^Vfltlliiuls, *v.ip.Al-' iJjnuy.iiiid Xiuuw. j April 29th. 'Ron Eoy. steamc]', 394 tons, h-vine, Mas ter, from Albany and Vasse. DEPi'BTURES. April 2-ith. 'Ron Boy, steamer, 3'! !? tons. Jvvino, Mus ter, for Ya-sse and Albany. Passenger from Biidbury, Mr. 11. Clinton. April 27th. Albany, sifo.nipr, 7fi0 tons, A nt-hon, Mas ter, for X'reina. I in. Pa...

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

WANTED 20,000 KAN GAROO SKTNS. ri^FIE 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. W. SPENCER & SON. Bunbury, Jan. 21st, 1888. W. & J. BOVELL, Wholesale Grocers and Importers, VASSE. Agents for Adelaide Steamship Co. Joseph Bo vell, SHIP Mt HOTEL Albert Street, BEST ACCOMMO DATION- Finest Liquors, Billiards. Sample Rooms. ~T 'emmeeson7~ Chemist and ©rag-gist, Inscriptions accurately .dispensed. florsa ftnd Cattle Medicines, j Victoria St, Bunbury, W, G. TOMKINSON, TANNBll and CURBJKB, Yasse Boad Bunburyv HIDES and Skins purchased at the highest current prices, ? ^HOK^AKER's GrBJFDERY ON HAND, John ramsay, VICTOJilA STREET, BUNBUEY, Family Butcher, Best Meat at reasonable prices, Shipping Supplied, Monthly accounts rendered. hT^capokn', Saddler & Harness Maker, STiBfciiTG Street, (Ne$t the Bail way Stivtjcm,) |pyp|||v #Ji|^pi!ggils t;ri...

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 1 May 1888

f$L nil K 0 t i t z s . Mails close 11b 1! anbury Post Office as follows :- l'Y-r JVrtli, &c. Mondays and Tliuvsiliiys at 10- i On,. 111. For Vji.ssc, &c. Tucschivs and Fridays at. 3-ao p. in. Yov II lack wood, &c. Wednesdays at f- a. ni. Foi1 J'.'tirippc, liidia, &?('.. and for dusiviili.m Culoiiie.-s lui' li'.-i'.snii ^i..ii p.'.rs. s. Albany, a! 3 )). 111. fclii* ai'u.'i'iiu 'ii ; and per .s. s. Rub Jt't'/ oil Tuesday May fSlli at. 5 p. m.

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VASSE NOTES. April 30th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 1 May 1888

VASSE NOTES. (Feom Our Cotcrespon.dent.) April 30th. It is often very amusing if not at all times satisfactory reading betwven the lines. Any one looking over His Excellercy's utterances at the last Agricultural Dinner at Bunbury would certainly arrive at the conclusion that as far as His Excellency was person ally concerned the near future of the Bayswater-Busselton line of railway was but a forgeone conclusion and that whatever opposition the scheme met with would certainly not come from the -Government side of the House. iSuch I regret is wh;it the gubernator ial utterances of November last would lead the colon v to suppose. Yet at the opening of Council shortly after these words were given to the public we find his His Excellency painting the most gloomy of pictures, which is acknowledged on all sides to be unwarrantable, and now when the elected side of the House has express ed a most decided opinion in favour of the Southern Hail way scheme being immediately adopted; striving ...

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The Advertiser. Nihil sine Labore. MAY 1st, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 1 May 1888

THE ADVERTISER Nihil sine Lahore. MAY 1st, 1888. The Governor and the Executive Council are taking a very   determined stand against the Bayswater-Vasse Railway     scheme. Though the elected     members of the Legislature, the press and the public both of Perth and the Southern Districts are unanimously in favour of its adoption the Go vernment have opposed it tooth, and nail, and the Gover nor's message on the subject is one calculated to arouse a certain amount of feeling, somewhat akin to indignation against tyranny. His Excell ency seems to have some spec ial reasons of his own for do ing his utmost to keep the colony back at the present time, a change of front alto gether since his lecture on Western Australia in London. What these reasons are it is impossible to surmise, but in his arguments against the im mediate commencement of the work he raises a number of questions which he does not attempt to answer, and i...

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CRICKET. CAPEL v. BUNBURY, (2ND ELEVEN.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 8 May 1888

CRICKET. CAPEL v. BUNBURY, (2nd Eleven.) m B The following are the scores in the match | played at fche Capel on Thursday between the fewabove teams : — F CAPEL. I 1st Innings. 2nd Innings, I J Rose, b Morgan 8 b Morgan 0 I J Nundle, b a Teedo 2 c & b Teode 3 E -* Stains, c & b do. 1 b do. 0 I A House, b Morgan 0 c Mitchell, | b Teede 2 I S Rose, b do. 3 b do. 8 I P Scotfc. b do. 0 c & b do. 2 I J Wenn, not out 4 b Morgan 0 8 E Higgins, b Teede 4 c Mitchell, I b Morgan 2 I G Payne, bit wkt. 0 b Teede 1 I A Watling, b Morgan 5 b Morgan 4 I J Higgins, b do. 2 not out 8 ? ByeB 6, vrido 1, 7 Byes 4, wide 1, 5 Total 31 Total 35 BUNBURY. 1st Innings. 2nd Innings. I G Teede, run out 2 c Payne, b 8 Rose 0 H Mitchell, lbwbNundlo 5 not out 9 0 Hough, b S Rose 12 b S Rose 0 W M R Spencer, c Payne I t b Nundle 5 not out 8 i O Morgan, b S Rose 1 b S Rose 0 W Ramsay, not out 0 b do. 0 1 Williams, b Nundle 1 G- M Williams, b ..?- Rose 2 w+ J Teede, b Nundle 1 W Properjohn, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 8 May 1888

APPLICATION FOR A HAW KER'S LICENSE TO TRADE WITH PACK OR DRAFT ANIMALS. To the Clerk of the Bench at JBunlury. I JOSEPH WILSON, hereby $) give notice that it is my inten tion to apply to the Justices assem bled in Petty sessions at Bunbury on the 4th day June 1888, for a Hawker's and Pedlar's License, authorising me to carry goods, Wares, and Merchan dise, for the purpose of sale, with pack or draft animal, within the Southern District. Dated at Bunbury this 1st day of May 1888. JOSEPH WILSON. BOOTS! BOOTS'! EOR SALE at the undersigned's store a stock of Ladies' and Children's first class BOOTS and SHOES. INSPECTION INVITED. E. M. CLARKE, Stibling- Street, Bunbuet, May 4th, 1888. G. R. McPherson, Saddler, Harness, & Collar Maker, YASSE ROAD, B U W 8 U ft Y , BEOS 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 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 8 May 1888

P TENONS Storekeeper & Bootmaker, BEGS to thank the inhabitants of Bridgetown and the Blackwood District for th ei i' support during the last 15 years, while he has been in the Boot trade, and to in form them that he has now opened his NEW GENERAL STOKE, where all kinds of merchandise can be obtained at reasonable priows. Highest price given for Kangaroo Skins P. JENKINS, .BRIDGETOWN, (Opposite the Show Grounds.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 8 May 1888

NOTICE. ~jVTO persons are allowed to hunt or J3I shoot Kangaroos and Wild Horses on any of the runs of the un dersigned after this date. ANDREW MXJIR, Lake Mum. JAMBS 'W. MUlli, Fetin Hill. THOMAS MUlll, Deeside. April 12th, 1888. JU OR * k!)ALE, JL EIVATELY.. 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 MASL1N, Blackwoob Road. April 13th, 1SSS. ~l!RTHDAY CARDS! BIRTHDAY CARDS! W. Moore, Bookseller and Stationer, HAS a large variety of BIETHDAY CARDS now on view. JSTote the address :— STIRLING STREET, opposite the Bathing House. l

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 8 May 1888

J. H. MORT, STOREKEEPER, LICENSED HAWKER & General Dealer, Victoria Street, B u N B u R Y . Ttan^troo Sldns bought at highest current prices. Trap and Horses for hire; W. ProssGr* BUMBURY L VASSE, TANNER, CURRIER, ATSID Boot Manufacturer, General Stores of all descriptions. Kangaroo Skins, Hides, &c, bought at the highest current price for Cask. 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 Tun stall Pottery OonTpany of Melbourne, and for ibVasefr'a Monument Works* Adelaide. Capel Inn, 'Vasse Boad, JOtfJJ ttUTTOH, Proprietor. -Grooa ijieeommodation for ??travellers. frnHIS is the halt' way house jl_ ifrom Bunbury to Bussel ttoia, and is situated by the side lliver Capel, being a most de sirable place to spend a few «Hays, -especially for shooting. wTaTmcDaniel, Currier, Tanner, .AN© Busselton. Orde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 8 May 1888

WANTED 20,000 kan- . -GARO0 SKINS. THE undersigned are purchasers of Kangaroo Srkins in large or -small quantities for which the highest ^market price is given in Cash. Paint lor Preserving Skins given ifree. W.. SPENCER ft SON. Bunbury, Jan. 21tffc, 1888. W, & J. BOVELL, Wholesale Grocers and Importers, VASSE. Agents for Adelaide Steamship Co. Joseph Bo vell, ( SHIPMtEOTM, Albert Street, BEST .ACCOMMO DATION. Finest Liquors. Bi.llii.aris,. ? Sample Sooms. '' I HHMEBS0N, * 'Chemist ;and [Druggist, iPxescnifptions accurately .-dispensed. Morse -and Cattle Medicines. Victoria St, (Bunbury. , Tasse IBoad iBuribury. HIDES and $.kins purchased afc the highest .current ;prices.. ^HOEMA'KEJi'a ?GiUT^TiDEEY ON HAND.. JOHN RAMSAY, VICTORIA STREET, BfUNBUKY, Family Birtclier. Best Meat at reasonable prices. Shipping Supplied. Monthly ;aaeounts rendered. H. CAPOBM', .SacLdler & Harness Maker, ?S^iiiLiNG Street, .'(Next the Railway Station,) BUNBURY, '. Victoria St Bimbury, M. H...

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