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OIL FOR WAGON WHEELS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 22 May 1888

OIL FOR WAGON AVHEELS. A practical man says : — ' I have a wagon, of which, six years ago, the fellies shrunk so that the tires became loose. I gave it a good coat of hot oil or paint, sometimes both. The tires are tight yet, and they have not been set for eight or nine years. ' Many tanners think that as soon as wagon fellies begin to shrink, they must go at once to the blacksmith shop and get the tires set. Instead of doing that (which is often a damage to the .wheels, causing them to dish), if they will get some linseed oil, and heat it boiling hot, and give the fel lies all the oil they can take, it will fill them up to their usual size, and tighten to keep them from shrinking, and also to keep out the water. If you do not wish to go to the trouble of mixing paint, you can heat the oil, and tie a rag to a stick, and swab them over as long as they will take oil. A brush is more convenient to use ; but a swab will answer if you do not wish. to buy a brush. ' It is quite a saving o...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
HOW TO MAKE GOOD CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 22 May 1888

HOW TO MAKE GOOD CHEESE. 'ir ? ' v*1 '' ' '* ?Undkr the auspices ? of the County Da ry Institute-! Professor. Long .lately delivered a lecture in the Chester Town Hall upon the 'Essentials of' good cheese making.' The lecture abounded in useful information, an abstract of which may be appreciated by our readers. He stated that noth ing couiu more improve goou uairy ing than the Food given to the cattle. Essential oils were contained in var ious Foods wi'.icli imparted their flav ours to cheese, and therefore if the cows were fed upon turnips or (what was absurd) upon onions, it should be ?expected- thaVthe flavour of turnips or onions would be f-iund in the cheese, and any attempts to destroy liieso flavours would destroy the cheese aUo. Therefore the farmer should be very careful in regard to the food of his cows. The herbs and weeds amongst the grasses of the fields exerted either a beneficial or a malific influence upon the flavin* and quality of the cheese, Kelhtiig was of gr. a...

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

? — ? — ? JEWELLER, OPTICIAN, «fec, { puiilMAN'ILE, I Clocks and Musical Boxes promptly and skittuliy repaired.

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

WANTED moo:) -ka:x-: rilMli] undersigned arc purchasers -»f -i_.: Kangaroo vSkiii's 'iii Ikrgo --r: eihall'qiianlitit-'s for which 1 lie hajlle^t market price is given in C;ts!i. . ' L-'iiiiit 'fji' Pt'cserviii'^ Skills given free. ... , .. .. ? „.. w. ;s fencer & son. Bunbury, Jan.^'lJt, 1SSS. W. -& J: BOVELL, Wllble&ale G -roeers - nil''! ' I *1- T\ fP'i'^VQv - Clil Cl 'JL i i i |J i I i. L V. I. tlj 1/ A'v-v ir ! -'Agents ' for 'Adelaide' -SteamsMp^Co. Joseph Bo yMl, Albert Street, -V -a s s e-e ; [BEST ACCOM M©-! DATIOW. | - Finest : liquors, i Bill i- a r- d s . j ?Saiiiple- liooiiie. ; 1 Oliemist' an;l'l)i.:.uggisi', j ' -' PreserKp'ti^ns : vadctii4.:;tely ; ? 'dispersed. I .?????''? ' ? ?JL ' ? p /TANNEii and-Gl^M,I]5R}| . .. i ? Vasse- lload -'Buribiny . Ht : DTCS- aiid 8-.i iis' ' :i)'urc'li.isbd;: at ; the UiglTeKt't'ui'rent' prices. ' ' SICOKMAICER'vS ' G RlND'lniY : 'ON' U iTANI), .H'-rC'TO IUA ^TKEET, BUN'BURY, iF^nily Butcher. Best Meat at reaso...

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OUR CITY LETTER. PERTH, May 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 22 May 1888

OUR CITY LETTER. (From Our Correspondent.) Pkrtii, May 17th. The Sisters of the Fremantle Con vent -organised a successful concert he othe* evening in aid of the funds for the relief of the suiterers by the -eenough disaster and a good sum was the result. The room was not largo: enough for the enormous at tendance, and the gnoci o.* ^° '' , he performers, who were the child ren Attending- the Convent schools, are to be congratulated upon he suc cess which attended their ettorts tor so charitut)le a cause. The football match between the . ' , ,...„ ? ,,-p PfM-Hi nnd Fremantle created a. large amoiu.t ot interest m athletic circles, and there was ar. ex traordinary large attendance of the general public in the 1' reinantle Paik To vi-w the contest. The l-remantlo team^eemed to be the best organiser ving some noted players in- their ..?j..--' ;,ininflimr a member ot the ceL ebratod Norwoods of South Australia, and the result was never in doubt. Fremantle played a dashing game, havin-- ...

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TELEGRAMS. LONDON, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 22 May 1888

TELEGRAMS. LONDON, May 19. It is reported that the French Pre mier contemplates expelling General Boulanper from France. . Lord Eandolph Churchill in a speech denounced the waste and ex travagance of the Admiralty and War Office. ? tnnrf*v Tins Benoon, a wen Known ^s-*i — committed suicide at New lork Teemer, the sculler, has challenged Kemp to row him on the Nepean Kiver, New South Wales. , The Home Bule Party met in Dub lin and defied the Pope^s decree tu TBnfflish nress deprecates the panic in New South Wales regarding the Chinese question. The Australian Eleven were beaten , by the Oxford University Cricketers in one innings and 19 runs. BRISBANE, May 20. ? TT,A steamer. Petrel, conveying stores to the fishing ground was Sed. Foul play is suspected, as !.i._j „,-,« -Fminrl on the sails. D1OUU w» ^botonb, May 20. A rush Us taken place to KUmore, -b«.«1v»ro»h?jWr*Sj«Si. The Chinese question is much dis cussed No Chinaman is allowed to S except with a Custom House pau. The developm...

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Was it a Mistake? (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 22 May 1888

Was it a Mistake ? ? art . By: CUTiTIS YOKKE. {Continued from our last.) On looking intently at the likeness Nina remembered that her own hair was dark ; the hair of the pictured girl was auburn. Nina's eyes were brown ?, the other's dark blue. The mouth, too, was different; and, above all, the expression. ' You see the likeness — to your self?' said Beresford briefly-. ' Yes, oh, yes.'' 'Then can you understand what a shock it was to me to-night, w h mi I sftw you enter the room in the dim light? I — I had been thinking of — her. You can perhaps, forgive ino'r' ' Oh, yes, yes,' she murmured again. ' And yet.' he went on, looking at .her steadily ' I could have sworn you called me by my name!' Nina bec.ime very pale. B ?resford seated himself beside her, as.d went on in carefully repressed tones:-— ? ' My wife's n. me was also Ferrers and you are her living image, it is strange, more than * trance J\uvl\ nothing but the tie of blood could .account for such a likeness! Hav. you a ly ...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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HOW TO TEST MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 22 May 1888

HOW TO TEST MILK. Every, one knows the difference in milk. How to test milk is thus ex plained by one who has experimented for himself. ' li is of no little importance to have at hand a ccnvenie.-t and reli able mode of testing the richness of 'milk. Tais is usually done by the mere rule of 'guess.' There is a more reliable way, within, the reach of all, and whereby any person may safe ly govern hiinselt in deciding upon whioli of any number of milkmen he will- patronize., ov which of any num ber of co.vs he will purchase.' Pro cure any long vessel— -a cologne bot tle or a long phial. Take a narrow strip of papur, just the length from the neck to. the bottom of the . phial, - and mark it with one hundred lines at equal distances ; 'or, if more conven ient, into fifty lines, and couut each line as two, and paste it upon the phial, so as t-o divide its length into a hundred equal parts. Fill it to the highest ' mark with milk fresh from the cow, and allow it to stand iu a perpendicula...

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The Advertiser. Nihil sine Labore. MAY 22nd, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 22 May 1888

2?iMl sine Lahore. MAY 22nd, 1888. G- rants in aid of Municipalities are all very well when the Government exchequer is over flo vying, but in the present state of the finances of this colony when the vote for [toads and 'Bridges luis been cut down by tvvo-t-i ir;ls as com pared -with last year, the a lnoant voted ou^'it to be set apart literally for the purpose for which it was provided, viz: — roa (1 s and bru.l »fes,- n ot. stree jks. an. I footpaths, to which... latter works a portion is bftimj now devote:.!. It is the country roads -that require hi oney to make them iii 'good order, not streets in populated towns. M ii n icipa 1 ities ough t to be self sup porting. Were it not for country districts towns could not exist, therefore towns are to a great exten t s uppor ted by country districts. The pro ducer ought always to have the most consideration, as he ??lias the greatest claim. To benotit the producer therefore it is necessary that he should have facilities to bring his pr...

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

?GRATEFUL--O6MF6RTING. \ BF^EMFAgt; ? j , '' Br a tliorovi^ii Vnosv^tlge. 'of t;1(e, nut uv;ii , laws wlticii govern tlfo ouijWiuiWo'F ''Ih'.'I'V' ' 'ancl nitfrifcioiv, Jxutl by ;i Wivl'ii li\i\\ irii' i.-'n'o -. i.he fia;'-pr6poi'!'ios,ot; \Vi'll s.Wfc.-.i /.'' K^.lf1-*.* V 1# Kpps liis 'pru'vidi'd our' biH.'iikl'iii't Tsib'e* wit ;iv dtiliciit-.fly-ii'a our d bevenm.^ '\\b!i,1#1V- -.,1U!i.v snve us litany le a -y !i-ol;i-r's bi-fs. ..; jfc i=\, ? b,\ the jiiciuyous life im sud; lirri-'li's offTii'l. t'hn. u cori.siil titioft 'may b/ l)i'.-il\ up 'iinhl , stf-ivi!*: 'enough te resist .any ImT-1.imicY ^ f.o (-lisesise. Hundreds of swbMh1', u.itl .'civs ,ki'o. liuiihnj. . : ' 'around us voiuly to iVhy.'k wliVmv.cr 'Tu-Vo. is ; ;i . weak ponifi. . We1 m'.iy twlipe.^iiii.iiy ^ Mill , 'sliJi-fl-./by keeping 'oui'M'lvcs we/1 furl-jlie'cl uitV : puro'bi'ood iiikl k .'properly _ nourish- 'd h;ii!m;. '; — See article in- 'tho Cinl Se:fi-'e iUtulte Made siinj 1 ,?? with boiled wiifci r «.r l...

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

?Bimbury Municipal COUNCIL. nn t? at Pa T'1 -'P c1* . - - WILL he received sit Hie Median ics' Institute, B-'nnbury, up to f past 7 on MONDAY, .hifne 4th, ISHSj for the following Work «-— To quarry and stuck 100 On bit.* yards of limestone at the beu Hill 'Quarry, lit per cubic yard. To raise And stack 100 cubic yards of Marl for measure intent at the Sea Hill Hole, to be stacked accessible for carts at per cubic yard. The Contractor will be bound down iis to time. The Council do not' guarantee to iiiccept the lowest oi' any tender. By order of the Council, B unb utt\\ | G-ko. K . TE K DE, May 21, 188S. ) Town Clicrk. ? -n ? to mm% — #- — . fpiIAT pure bred Clydesdale stallion CONSEKVATIVE TOM WILL stand at Stratkam Park from June 1st till the end of December. Terms ;— £2 12s. 6d. each mare Good paddocks provided at 2/6 per week. Every care taken, but no responsibility Stratham Park, ') C. ¥, ROBERTS, May2L, 1888. ) . . Wellington Turf Club. ; HpTI E half-yearly meeting of the -*- a...

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EQUINE GOLIATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 22 May 1888

EQUINE GOLIATHS. The Melbourne Sportsman publishes the following communication from Mr. Moi'den Locke, of Lockeville, owner of Isonomy ; — ' You have recently had s- mo very interesting articles on the measure ments of the biggest race horses in Australia, and as 1 think lsonomy's measurements when taken all round will, compare favourably with any of them. I give them below : — Isonomy's Measurements. Height ... 1G hands 2 inches. Girth ... G feet 3 „ Arm ... ... 21 „ Round cannonbone ,.. 8£ ,, Gaskin ... ... 18 „ Underhock ... ... 9 ,, Weight ... ... 10 cwt. These are his measurements as a four year old, as I had him measured and weighed when in full training just «. before the Melbourne Cup of 1880. I may also add that he is quite sound and will, I hope, sport silk again next season. Isonomy beat Malua in the Caul field Stakes in 1886, at a difference of 71bs., and then won the Moonee Valley Cup, carrying 9st. Slbs., afterwards winning the Melbourne Stakes at Flemington and the So...

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VASSE NOTES. May 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 22 May 1888

mFasse notes. (FjiOlt OUB CoRltKSl'OSTDENT.) May 20th. The past week has been showery throughout, doubtless just the wen, thei- ?for--tho; country nnd such .is would cause the faces of our ..aruu turists to team with satisfnet.o it must be confessed, rather a nuis ance to pedestrians, who are uounu- ^ discover the weak places in our roads in a very forcible manner Inking of roads reminds me that the material ^placed this-yearbn the footpaths is ;a Xreat improvement on that, used m former years. Newly repaired paths ? . *u,. no.t wpi-h simnlv Qiiaumires. . It does not speak very badly tor the times -when town lots fetch £200. This is however the sum paid by Air. G W Barnard for a corner grant in Queen Street.' It ie tho intention of this gentleman to build a store on the rrant, as his present place oT business ? . .. .„. ....-«.. ;..M*.lr i-Piitra. . rl he build in-r I am informed is to be of two stories and will help -to eifbellish our main thoroughfare. Timber and ma terial, are be...

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

For Sale. Grey Bags, and Fruit Bags; Printed. or plain. } pply to this Office.

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

As will be s- ei by an advertisement elsewhere Humphries & Co., wholesale Fruit arid Seed Merchants, Albany, are offering some splendid seeds for sale at very low prices.

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 22 May 1888

Ill a t i X o tic is . M ails close ill Bunbury Posfc Olllce as follo\vs .— For Perth, &c. Mondays and Thursdays at. 10*10 a.m. For Vasse, &e. Tuesdays and Fridays -at 3'30 p.m. For Blackwood, &c. Wednesdays at G.a.ni lor Europe, India, Cliina jind Australian Colonies per s. s.liob Roy ab 8 p. m. this evening. For Fiemantlo, Perth, &e. per s. s. Alhany about Friday next, May 25th ; and per s. s. Eo5 TLog about cafcurday next.

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POULTRY AILMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 22 May 1888

POULTRY AILMENTS. Complaints are made from time to time of the prevalence of some com plaints or other among poultry; and chicken cholera is suggested as the name for the complaint. Mr. Lewis Wright, m his voluminous work on pouUry, said ' in true chicken cholera there is a sudden and violent accession of thirst, accompanied with diarrhoea; the droppings being of a greenish character, aud by degrees becoming thin and Whitish, much resembling the characteristic 'rice water' discharges of the same diseases in the human sub ject. Great weakness becomes rapid ly manifested ; the fowl ' falling about * usually by the water fouutain ; and in some cases cramps supervene. The birds also presents a peculiar ' anxious' look about the face, which, again, ia singularly characteristic 'of cholera in the human being.' The cause is gen erally exposure to the sun; filthy water, or .'water ; which liae become hot in the yan ; and want of a regular supply of green vegetable food, When the disease is ...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 22 May 1888

Local News.   At the Police Court, Bunbury, yes terday, before W. D. Cowan, Esq. R. M., Joseph Drabble, was charged by Mr. Wallace Prosser and Mr. John E. Hands with trying to abscond from the colony, being in their debt to the sum of over £5 each. The defendant, it appears went from Bunbury via the Blackwood, to Albany and Mr. Prosser having the cue went to Albany and found Drabble selling all his goods and chattels and having issued a war- rent, he was arrested on Sunday night on his arrival in Bunbury. The de- fendant admitted the claims, but denied trying to leave the colony and called a   witness, W. Conner, to prove that he     intended to return to Bunbury. The   magistrate said that he would now be   discharged but if he attempted to leave the colony again, he would grant a fresh warrant.   Boots arid Shoes, a large consign ment of which huve just arrived from England, are selling chea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 29 May 1888

GRATEFUL-- COM FOHTI1-HX EPPS^ COCOA-. , . LJ i ft *-- / . ^ '- -. ( « * ?-*? ? '. * ? i l: Bv si.Miproiiirli ; tuio-.Vi n-e c!' i h(- p.m? ;r.v.! . I'lux.whu:1! gii.jjri! f'. 10 o;i -\\\\ \ -ly ni' dirrs i-i; j Ji.ik'1 im'1'.il.iui., s.nul l-v si (.? ii'iiiV.i :i:-',i .- si'.i-.iii --! j liu1 (in-- prijjMM'i'h'rt-.ij!' «'«'li s !? U-.i .(.????-?,? ». ??;? ''? i .Kpps Il:I.S pruvitl:'!! Olir !v:v:ihi'il.-f !!'': :' - '!!? a dtilif {i!'.fJv-!'M. nur (1 l.-.\ *''i.ui\ ni!!.''!i _!'?'?? v is!:V;! us .11 ill' ',V 'il; :1 v' ;!'?''lni''~ !;' ilS\ ;'' ls;- i--x ,| fl : (- 'i'yiiliciijjirt ii.-ff i-i' sue ; iii-r.i. I ;; of (!i':.l ' « :? j /?i.-n* i'ui'i.ni .nun- I.) ?. ImiJ.: i.js I'U'i! .Mvii;. V--oudi. i'o n-«ijt. iirv (-..?i-fl ?: ??-? f' (?! --':^r. :i!iin;l!v^ -?! .?juhM'i.'' .!= :il..!!i-tf :i:v Ms utrsis, . -!??..' i mj, !H r.-a.-'v In ,T.iii--l- ui i'i-v^v -h-r^i-- u .?\yrHH .']-,)'ili!;. \\'C 11MV. -??;??!! !-(? !: filn U M i\ I !- liii.fr- J-v . k:M'j:i'.v4 oiirs-'lvcs \\-i- J ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 29 May 1888

As will be seen by an advertisement on page 2, a general meeting of the Bridgetown Central Southern Dis tricts .Agricultural Society will take place on Thursday, 28th Juue next.

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