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The Advertiser. Nihil sine Labore. MAY 15th, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 15 May 1888

6 O Nihil sine Lahore. .... MAT 1.5th,. LS88,. ? ?..'?' Harbou improvements may be s o n i e w \\ at j ) re in at u re f o r con - sideration. for JBunbuvy ? and Vassu, but it : is ? -well to have an eye to the .future, even if that future is a long way off, and indeed it may be nearer than most people believe. It is the 'unsatisfactory arrange ments for shipping which exist at both, ports,- either through the dilatoriness of the Govern ment or the greed' of the ship owners that causes us to raise the question at the present moment. Both Bunbury and Vasse have secure harbors, and facilities for discharging and loading vessels, but these facilities are not made use of in the way for which they were designed, and for which large sums of public money were expended, and this mon ey must have come out of the pockets of taxpayers of the Southern Districts in some shape or another. This being the case they have a right to some consideration in order that the expenditure, the bur den of whi...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
VASSE NOTES. May 14th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 15 May 1888

' VASSE JTO'.SiS. (From Our Correspondent.) Mav 14th. The Cricketers' Ball, which was to have been l-e:d early this month, but which had 1;.- be postponed, is now fixed definitely for June 1st. As this dav is a general holiday I trust the Hall will be well patronized and that bhe funds of the Club may receive Home substantial benefit. Again ten ders for construction of the Trap Bridge 'have had to be postponed. The Government have written twice or three times fMr plans' and specifi cations ;md telegrams -have been sent, but still the plans have not come for ward. The worst of the matter is that the delay adds materially to the cost of the work. Had tenders been ac cepted a month'- back, the contractor could have had most of his timber on the spot by this time. The country. is daily becoming more boggy and greater difficulty will be felt in cart ing and also in the work itself the longer it is delayed. Surely the work of making out a section and drawing specifications is not one that...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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OUR CITY LETTER. PERTH, May 10th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 15 May 1888

OUR CITY LETTER. (From Our Correspondent.) Perth, May 10th. The public meeting in Perth to con sider the present phase of the Bays water- Busselton Railway on Tuesday was of a very luke-warm character, in consequence probably of our prom inent legislators and leaders beiug ab sent. Resolutions 'were passed re gretting the refusal ot the Governor to receive the deputation, requesting Messrs. Hens man tvnd Venn to act as delegates to the Secretary of State on the subject, and also asking the Gov ernments of the other colonies to in struct their Agents -General to assist. '\ he football sea sewn has commenced in e i-;..'\st in thh locality, a team of West Australians having tried their prowess against a team supposed to represent the world. The game was very uninteresting;;, the majority of the players being n-;- vices iu the game and the result, was thre-- g-nais for 'West Australia bo niii. The :miHul' meeting of the Association, tins been held and the fixture* for the ensuing season...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 15 May 1888

SKINS! CiKINS!! QKINS!!! KINT8 ! kJKlNS ! ! KJ KINS ! ! ! OU^lKnJ SKINS, HIGHEST CASH PRICE GIVEN. W. PBOSSER, j BUNBUEY and VASSE. ?'. Final Notice. ALL those owing balance of last years' accounts to the undersign ed are requested to settle them on or before Saturday 20th inst., otherwise they will be placed in the hands of our Solicitor for immediate collection. M. HAT & SON. Bunbury, 14th May, 1888. . 'TTT1LL be given by the undersign W ed to any one, who shall give information that will lead to the con viction of the person or persons who did wilfully break down my fence at Muddy Lakej near Minninup, on or about May 1st last. The above reward will also be paid to anyone who shall give information that will lead to the conviction of any person or persons found trespassing or horse hunting at the Hooper's Gully Paddock, Bridgewater. Any person found Duck Shooting, Kangaroo Hunting or otherwise tres passing on any of my stationKor runs, at iilUD&EWATER, MlNNTNUP, OT...

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Was it a Mistake ? (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 15 May 1888

Was it a Mistake ? ? w ? By CURTIS YOIIKE. ( Con fin u eel from our last.) ' Well, you little will-o-tlie-wisp, so I have really got you at last. I had begun to think that your promis es, like lover's vows and pie- crust, were only made to be broken.' The speaker was Mrs G-eorge Chillingly, dark-eyed, vivacious, and on the sunny side of thirty. Her ?companion was Nina Ferrers. They were seated in the cozy inner drawing room at Chillingly, in affectionate proximity to a roaring fire. The time of the year was January; the time of the day was five o'clock p.m. Although, nearly two years had elsppsed since Nina's extraordinary 'acl venture, she had kept the exper iences of that February night a pro found secret. Not even to Aunt Jane had she confided her ' narrow escape.' For months afterwards she had scarcely dared to go out alone, so great was her terror of again meet ing and being captured by the unhap py man who suffered from such an unfortunate and inexplicable delusion. But I am o...

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 15 May 1888

_ Jl .ill 'K o lix eg. Mails close at Bunbury Post Office as follows :- ? ? i'or'Perfch, &c. Mondays and Thursdays at lO'l-O a,, m. ?'? -If or V'a'sse', &e. 'Tuesdays and Fridays at ? ?.:3-.30.'.pi in. . . i For Rlackwood, &c. Wednesdays at 6 a. m. ? For Europe, India, &c, and for the Aus , ? tvalitin Colonies pel- s. s. Rob Roy on TueB duy, May 22nd at .5 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 15 May 1888

Storekeeper Bs Bootmaker, BEGS to thank the inhabitants of Bridgetown and the Blackwood District for their support during the last 15 years, while he has been in tbe Boot trade, and to inform them that lie has now opened his NEW GENTERAL STORE, where all kinds of merchandise can be obtained at reasonable prices. Highest price given for Kangaroo Skins LONDON H 0 U S t, BRIDGETOWN. (Opposite the Show Grounds.) NOTICE. IVTO persons are allowed to hunt or JLl shoot Kangaroos and Wild Horses on any of the runs of the un- . dersigned after this date. ANDREW MUTR, Lake Muib. JAMES W. MUIR, Pern Hill. THOMAS MUIR, J Dees ide. I April 12th, 1888. To the Inhabitants of Bunbury [ and surrounding districts,— ? NOW IS THE TIME TO ? Make YOuB Purchases. LONDON HOUSE j Is now open again where is shown the largest, newest and test selected stock of Winter Goods over shown in the colony, consisting of Drapery, Miliinery, Mantles, UlbtlM'S, . Blankets, I Flannels, Winter Suits, Overcoats, Furniture, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 15 May 1888

JEWELLER, OPTICIAN, Ac, FKEMAN'ILE, 'J|H VERY description of Jewellery made to order or ?' repaired on the shortest notice. Watches, docks and Musical Boxes promptly and skilfully repaired.

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Shipping. PORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. May 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 15 May 1888

^S!)tpptitg; POET OF BTTNBUEY. ARRIVALS. May 8th. '.ottth Australian, steamer, ^OO tons, Laurie, Master, from Melbourne and Ade laide .via- ? Albany and. Yasse. Passenger: — Hub- inspector Tvoy. .Rob Roi'i. steamer, 394 tons, Trvine, Mas ter/ f'roiii Fiviuantle, Passengers :— Mrs. J. G. Ualdoek, Miss Dunne, ALessrB. W. Hoop er, :-i;ipphii', and Westou. .;... . . , .May. 12th.. ; Star of the South, cutter, 20 tons, Hou:;li, Master, from th« .fuiar.o. islands. . iSot'XH- A us i liA man, steamer, 76U tons,. Laurie, Master. Trom FremiinUe. 'Passen gers : — YIvs. and . .Viis* Bunburv, Rev. A. arid Mrs. Bucuatiari a:.d infant,' .Messrs. W. Dav is. U. K.'.Snoi'i'er, Butierinay, A. K. Brown, F. {???'aporn, T:, Lowe, IV Farreu, W. Jones, and J. Atilexs DEPA.R'J.;tfli1£S. ? May.. Sib.. - South A.usthahan,, 'steamer, 760 tons, Laiirit.1, iMa^it'i1, t'oi1 i'MKnautlo. Passengers : - — Mrs. James Uwn*', Messrs. C JB. JS^enoer, W. Jonos, and J. AlUex* ' May. 5-th; Roii Ray, .stca.suT. :V}-i to.au,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 15 May 1888

IIUpOiTi&IIG JuEHCl DSULBi . AT BUN BURY. James Moore HAS received instructions from Wm. Sl'Encier, Esq. to sell by ^ PUBLIC AUCTION at the liOSB HOTEL, at 4 p.m. on SATURDAY, JUNE 30th 188S, g^ Blocks of kATO, Surveyed by Mr. Or. E. Turner out of the Bury Hill Estate, situated afc South Bunbury, less than a i ni^lo''( from the Post Office and Railway' Station. 12 of these allotments have a frontage on the Vasse Road, of 100 links by 250 links deep. 13 allot ments have a double frontage of over 100 links to a road 75 links wide alongside the railway line, and a road way 50 links wide at the back. 13 middle allotments have a frontage of 100 links to the roadway, Zoe Street, and all contain from a quarter acre each upwards. These allotments are in the best position in the rising seaport town of Bunbury, being unrivalled for build ing sites and healthy situation, while the soil is the best possible for gar dening purposes, and splendid fru.-hi witer can be found an v where on t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 15 May 1888

- ? _ ? - . ? -? — WANTED 2-tfto0 KAtf &AftO0 S'KXNS. flHp HE ilivder signerl -ate Ipurxih asters 'of JL Kangaroo Skins in large or '?smkf\ quantities for \vhic.h the highest 'tnarke't price it given in Cash. Paint for 'Preserving Skins ;giyen -free. W-. SPiElSrOBft ?& SO&. 'iBfm'b&ry, JFan. $lsfc, 1888. ! Wv & J. BOVELL, Wholesale Grocers £1 to n B tWYVAT'ti^vci VASSE. Agents iw AxMaicte 'JL ? -Albert 'Street, ' V a s g e % ! ?Fittest ILfeiuors. I JBSltoto r d*.. j *'SattijAe Ecw)ta&. ! i. ^M.lilSOE^ | Oheffiiist .sn;n^ i£)i^ggist5 j 'dispensed. ! Vasse 2(ioad Banbuijy. i 'irir'CDTBS and -'F^rns s^tH'chnsed :a(fc. '*^ . ''the htghest'ourreritip rices. ! John eamsiyj family BnteJiar^. j -IBesft Meat^t ireasnifta'ble 'prices. fSihipp-i^g- -Sojypla ed. ! ^IfjBltlliily 'acconrtts iiffHirtewjcl. iSaMlerA -Harass 'Staken, ! ^(KeastitheiR-ttilwtty Station)) j ^p^A \l ji^^&P^^ morifcttcontinuttncB. '^ ??^^^fSp^^^' turning ?out UrBi y ...

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THE YORK MEMORIAL. To THE EDITOR OF THE Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 15 May 1888

THE YORK MEMORIAL. fo tile Editor of the Advertiser. Sir, — Having seen the report of a meeting recently held in York for the purpose of presenting a memorial to His Excellency the Governor, asking him to withhold his consent to the Bayswater-Busselton railway scheme, and appreciating the contents! of His Excellency's message to the Legisla tive Council I write you a few words to express my abhorrence of the mean contemptible conduct of a few of the Eastern District settlers in this matter. The newspaper report stated that there were between 20 and 30 of the leading settlers present, but I am happy to see that they were not unanimous. All honor to those who spoke in favor of the scheme and deprecated the action of the York people in presenting a me morial to the Governor. 1 notice that Messrs. Pamment, R. D. Hardey, and J. Pyke, stood out nobly from the selfish crowd and tried to put a, stop to the absurd movement, and unjust interference with the rights of the Southern Districts. I...

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TELEGRAMS. LONDON, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 15 May 1888

TELEGRAMS. LONDON. May 12. Mr. Dillon, M.P., has been sen tenced to six months' imprisonment for advocating the Plan of Campaign. Lord Wolseley has been censured for condemning the strength of the British Army, and making speeches ot an alarming nature. At a review of a Russian Corps a Lieutenant fired a revolver at the Czar, but without wounding His Ma jesty. ' Great excitement prevailed. The man was arrested. The Right Hon. E. Stanhope ha3 admitted the necessity of improving colonial coaling stations and strength ening the garrisons. The Irish Bishops accept the Papal decree, but await further communi cations. Archbishop Walsh says the decree does not affect the National League, or any national movements. The Australian Cricketers defeated the English Eleven by six wickets. Mr. Stanhope says that the defences of London now constructing render river attack impossible. He is en gaged in organising corps of regular militia and volunteers the city from a land attack. WELLINGTON, May 1...

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BUNBURY POLICE COURT. LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 15 May 1888

BUNBURY POLICE COURT. Larceny. A native named Joe, was charged at the Bunbury Police Court on Fri- day last, before W. D. Cowan, Esq., R.M., with the larceny of a pair of spurs from the Leschenault Mill, the     property of Charles Walter Forrest,   who deposed that he was living with     his grandfather, Mr. W. Forrest, and had a pair of spurs which his uncle had got from Melbourne. He missed these on April 14th, and the spurs produced were similar. He identified them by the straps. Had seen the prisoner at the Mill some time ago. Mr. George Forrest also deposed to the spurs being like those of his neph- ew's, and that he believed none like them could be bought in Bunbury. Lance- Corporal Bewsher deposed to having arrested the prisoner, and found the spurs in his bundle. He first said he got them from a man go- ing to the Blackwood, but afterwards said he picked them np. Prisoner stated that he picked up the spurs be-...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 15 May 1888

lutRl J&efoft, Universal Sewing Machines, Treadle and Cabinet, at less than half the original cost, guaranteed in first class order for sale for cash or time payment, at 'W. Prosser's, Bunbury and Vasse. — [Advt.] The steamer South Australian made the trip from Fremantlw to Bunbury in 71/2 hours on Saturday last. She   left the former port at 4.80 p.m. and arrived here at midnight. This was over 12 knots per hour the whole way. 'Quest' writes stating that he would like to know why the Bob JRoy nn always '-go 'alongside the Dongarra jetty and not do the same at 'Ran bury; ns he believes our -harbour and 'fet'tv accommodation are m every respect equal to Dongarra. i Mails from Europe &e. per s. s. Valet tu. and from the lihstern Colonies per s. s. Oceania will arrive in linn bury this morning per s. s. Hob Roy. m The mail service between Perth, Pinjarrah, Bunbury and Vasse has been let under contract from July 1st next Id Mr, E. J^LcLarty of Pinjarrah who ...

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BUNBURY MUNICIPALITY. MEETING OF RATEPAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 22 May 1888

BUNBTJR5T MUNICIPALITY. Mketing- of Hatepayeus. ? Tmk half-vearly meeting of the ratepavers of the Buubury Muniei p.ilT t v was held at t'ne Mechanics' Institute on Mond.iv, the. 1. tth inst. to receive the balance sheet far the ha if year. Mr. E. M. Clarke, the Mayor, pro sided, and announced the object of the meeting, and stated that he would ^be glad to answer any questions as ro the 'business of the Council, or as to the accounts. The Town Clerk then read the Bal ance sheet as follows : — Balance-sheet for the- 'half- yeah ending April 30th 18S8. lviseisuk's. IS -7. ..«??? £ s. (l lsruv. 1. To Balance in liaiicl, bO 1/ 3 April 30. ToAnviirsofmfos, 3 0 9 , „ „ Cart Liecu^s, 2(i 10 0 „ „ „ Cow- do., 7 0 0 „ ,. „ lJ«g do., 17 .0 0 ? ~ „ „ „ Ooiiimoiiii»(v do., 11 10 0 „ ., „ Sliewp do., 10 0 „ „ „ Timber do., 10 0 n ,, „ (iovornmenfc Grant,, 23 2 (- , ,, ,, Kent of Eeserves, 13 2 0 „ „ „ Rotunds, - . 4 11 0 £197 4 0 Expenditure. i/m ?£ s. ci April 30. By footpaths and streets rep i...

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COLONIAL INDUSTRY. BlACKWOOD FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 22 May 1888

COLONIAL INDUSTRY. BliAGKWOOJ) FltU IT. Mu. John Allnutt, of Kelson Grange, Blackwood, was in Bunbury ];itit. week and brourht in some sum pies of dried fru:t, the produce of hit; orchard. The. '.apples wore the' finest we have ever seen, being a beautiful bright color, still retaining all the ?juice and consequently 'the 'flavour in suspension. They were dried surnei ently to keep for any length of time, find when cooked are quite equal, and hiirdly to be distinguished from green cooking apples. Some of these were hand paired and cured, but others bad been done by a ; machine, Mr. A I Inuit- has. imported for the purpose. Tke dried pears aud peaches were not quite to attractive to the eve, but in excellent condition and equal to any thing we have seen, even from Ameri ca. The prunes were a very fine sample and dried to perfection. These would no doubt improve with keeping. lie had also a 'large sample of vovy fine dried, p! urn's. These were pimply delicious and pronounced by sever...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 22 May 1888

Proprietor. rpHIS old established house has been taken by the undersigned 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. 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 rooms 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 avt any hour. Jas. McEwan's celebrn ted Ale always on draught, pro nounced by those who taste it tiil best and brightest ale. The stabling is efficient under the supervision of an experienced and attentive ostler. B^st feed provided. AleX. Fortes, Bunbury. Jl!U1J.|j£ JULioJLJ. OfllUi J^LJJJLoJL J.U©bUL Contract© and Timb3 Merchant, WnoD Turning, Circular and Band-sawing, Agricult...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 22 May 1888

(''?'? ' _ . ' ' N iQEGS to tl'an'k t'!i.(.-!i.!i'!iii(!-it{\!)i's'--f Pri 'iroNiwr. a-id the -B1 nek wood District t_D .for. their -iimjutI I'unuu 't!i-v last 1-3 years, vv'iiii- lie has be i) in thr .Boot ? trade, 'and . io ini:'i\u I he.i'u th'nr he. h 's \io\y npeu -d Ins. XiSW .GENERA L NTO R li], '\\1kto all 'kimils of' merchandise can 'bj obtained at reasonable jiriot-s. HigHest price given for Kangaroo Skins L 0 N D-QN H 0 U S t. -BRIDGETOWN. '(Qppds'ts the Show Grounds.) NOTICE. ~!VT O person)-' are. ;i! lowed 'to hmif ot ; JLi shoot Kangaroos and Wild Horses on anv of i he runs ol: the un ?d'ersigivcj'd iif'tei1 this ('ate. ANDRKW ML'IR, La uk Mi' mi, JAMES \Y. MUIR, Fichn U ill. THOMAS MUIR, Dl'JESIDE. April 12th,:1888. To the Inhabitants of Bunbury and surrounding districts,— - — -NOW' IS THE TIME TO ? Make YbuR Purchases. LONDON HOUSE : Ts now open again -where is shown the lai'gest., ' newest' and lest selected stock of 'Wint©r Goocis ; ' ever shown in -tin* colony, co...

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Shipping. PORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. May 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 22 May 1888

Sljipptnjj* P O R T 0 F BU N BTJ R Y. , ARRIVALS. M.vv loth. E.on Roy, sti'a-ncv, 89 i- tons, TYvine, iVTas (;-?'.', from Albiuiy and Vasso. i'txssi'iigoi' : — Air. .Jiiu. Ouvoii. .jiii iur. JWiiy ISih. Al.ma selinomuy.i.0 tons, Millar, Mashorj from luvinilii: io. May 201 Ik Ti'tRiiKS.v, schooner, 50 tons, lluicl, 3M cuter, from Va^so. DEPARTURES. May 15Mi. !Roi? 'Roy, steamer, 39 t tons, Trvittc, ISTas ti'r, i'oi1 iM-i'ii!iii)l!o. Passengers: — Mr. and Mrs. ?'. lrarron and family (2,) Miss Sanders, Miss Gibbons, Miss Maoourb, AJiss L. JJoyl.e, Miss L. '1'hompson, Mrs. To.wnsiMicl and in fant., Mrs. R. Gibbons, Master Buttorworbli, iVIossrd. JF. and VV, Jiufchcrwtn-fcli, P. Hicli-: bottom, T. long, VV. 0. Hooper, A. E. . Brown, and 0. JC. ttonoinan.

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