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VASSE NOTES. May 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 29 May 1888

? 7ASSE ROTES., (FltOM UCB ColUtESl'ONDKNT.) ,.-.'? Mav28th. . Perhaps one of the most severe hail etorms that lias ever visited the Vasse district, certainly the most severe for , many years past, visited Newtown and Quindalup on Friday afternoon last. The size of the hail stones is variously estimated from pieces of ice the size of hens' eggs to the dimensions of an almond. We agree however that '?? their size was something quite beyond the common, 1 did hoar of one set .. tier on the morning after the storm picking up twenty of these hail stones L* not then melted and then turning the - scale at a pound. Your own is rather inclined to be credulous, but this was too 'much and he considered that this was most dec dedly a .' svttler.' The coal prospectors are still quite jubilant at their find and .esp.ee t great results therefrom.. If their find cm only be shown to be a few inches more in thickness their own fortune is as aured and hence that of this part of the Colony. Throwing ch...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
OUR CITY LETTER. PERTH May 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 29 May 1888

OUR CITY LETTER. (From Ouh, Corhespondgnt.) Pkrth, May 23rd. The candidates for Legislative hon ours, Messrs. S. Burt and J. Horgan, are pursuing a vigorous canvas of the electorate of Perth, and much excitement has been imparted into the contest. Mr. Burt with his calm, .sound and sensible judgment has gamed 'many friends, but Mr. J. Hor gan has secured popular favours by his passioi.ate and fiery denunciations ot the West Australian and every thing savouring of Government, House. Mr. Horgan held a meeting in 'the Town Hall last week and it gave an opportunity to the popularity seekers and rabble agitators, Messrs. Rogers and Haynes, of airing their grievances against the Governor and the above mentioned newspaper. Mr. Horgan's disjointed harangue to the audience was much applauded, but it sounded more like an indignation meeting in the North of Ireland call ed to denounce English ruling, rather than a public address of a candidate soliciting the suffrages of a usually quiet City. ...

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WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 29 May 1888

W^DLING/rO^ JQ^JlS^OAm ?:.-,,.The:us'ual 'monthly meeting; of 'tlfe Wellington 'Roads . Board, was.' held on Saturday last in the Mechanics' 'Institute, Bunbury. Present: — The Chairman, Mr; D. A. Hav, Messrs. 'R, H. llose, Jos. '.Hough, W. C. Ram say, James Maguire, and John Trig welK- ' ? ? ?? ?The minutes of the last ? meeting having been read, and confirmed, the-' Chairman stated , that he would Iike-tosay si few words with reference' to the 'finances of the Board. Mem bers present no doubt recollected that afr the December sittings of the Leg ialative Council they passed three months Estimates and in January following 'we were notified' by the Government that £12 L odd had' been paid into our credit at the Bank here. ' for the purpose of cany ing us on for. '' the' first quarter. Consequently wo were of opinion that our annual grant . would -be at least £-100 or £500. . Now we have been informed that we are only to receive £250, the whole of which together with our Cart and Car...

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Shipping. PORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. May 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 29 May 1888

SIjippHirj. . PORT OF BUN BURY. . ARRIVALS. May 22nd. Rob Roy, steamer, 394 tons, Irvine, Mas ter, from Fremantle. Passengers for Bun bnry : — Hon. John Forrest and colored man. May 26th. - AliTumr, steamer, 760 tons, Anthon, Mas ? ter, from Melbourne and Adelaide via Albany and Vasse. Passengers for Bunbury :-— Mrs. Gale, Messrs. A. M. McLean & W. Baldwin. May 27th. Alma, schooner, 50 tone, Millar, Master, from Vasse. May 28th. Rob Rot, steamer, 394 tons, Irvine, Master, from Albany and Vasse. Passengers for . Bunbury : — DEPARTURES. May 22nd. Theeesa, schooner, 50 tons, Reid, Master, for Fremantle. May 23rd. * Rob Rot, steamer, 394 tons, Irvine, Mas ter, for Vasse and Albany. Passenger from Bunbury :— Mr. T. Pros-tier. - ; May 2(-tli. Al/BANY, steamer, 7(iO tons,. Anthon, Mas ter, for Freniantlvj. l'tisbi-ngurs from lluu bury : — Uon. Jolm Forrest, Messrs. Ji. K. Parry, II. Jones, J. Drabble, K. JS. Vincent, Master A. Kane, Mrs. Uugeri and child and :4 ? Miss Hoarmun. ,:?....

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

For Sale, Grey Bags, and Fruit Bags; Printed or plain, Apply to this Office,

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

- .. V. v | $ j 4^ i'^ f % I if Mi IT)* EOS to 'thank lli o iiilia-lti'iniiff! of Hrido-etovvn 'and the B'ackvvnod District _f3 for t iicfa* Mip|.Kvrt during ;i.!ic last :l.'- yc^rs., -whi U- iir iii-.^ b&.-n in t.lve Boot traxie, -ft n » I t'o inform tVin flint he h.-'x 'now open -I h=is NEW 'GENERAL STORE, -whore -ail kinds -of ' in'ereh.i'wdi.so wn bz obtained at reasonable ji-riot-s-. l'0 N D 0 N HO US f, BRIDGETOWN. '(Opposite the SMow Grounds.) 'To the Inhabitants of Bunburj 'and 'Surrounding districts,— ? -SOW 3S THE TIME TO- ? ,' . If ake T;o^ '.Purchases;: LONDON' HOUSE '3-s now open -again wheroiis shown the [largest, ;' Knewest. and. Lest selected stuck of ? ever. sliown.in .the colony, .consisting, of Drapery., .Millinery, .Mantles, Ulbters, Blankets, ; .!P]annels, ? Winter Suits, Overcoats, jEurniture, '^Pianos, Organs, ?'Watclies, .'.Tcv/ellei-j;, ? .f&c, &c., Aa. . . ? . - All (.ho above -r,ve dirpc-t 'from .tlie ?;-.ki an u fact u rei-y , ! bm...

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 29 May 1888

M at i K o 1 1 c z 0. Mails close afc Bunbury Podfc Ollice its' follows :- J'or Perth, &c. Mondays and Thursdays at 10'lOa.in. , ' ? ' ? ?'? .??????? For Vasse, &c. Tuesdays 'and'-' Fridays at 330 p.m. Yor Blackwood, &c. 'Wednesdays at 0 a.m. ? lor Europe, India, ?Cliin.a-.and \A uslraliaii ? Colonies per s. s. Rub . Hot/ at G p.m. on Tuesday, June 5th. For the Australian Colonies, &c., per s. s. Albany on Wedneday, May 30th, at 6 p.m.

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

? ..? fim&i^m ? ^WANTED 20,000 KAN GAEOO SKINS. rfPUlE 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, 18S8. , -???? ; Wholesale v- Grocers - ''?'?'?.'. ' ^aiid ??'??Importers, ?'?= ?? ? '»? _/~jL k_) rO JLJ o ? -Agents for Adelaide. . ?;.';, -Steamship 'Co. ?..-/??????.??.??-Joseph Bovell, ?':-SHIP^ HOTEL Albert Street, ? ?a s s e-. ^BEST .ACCOMMO %:^y-: DATION. T\y. V -Finest Liquors. ;' ;.. ;.;;;? :Bil 1 i a r ds. z'^^Mmmom / ':\ '?;'';' Chemist and Druggist, ? ? ;: Prescriptions accurately ' .'/: : ? . ; .'dispensed. \, ., ? -Iior?c:and Cattle Medicines. ':'' ..: ,] vYietovia St, B anbury. ? ' . \-{::W. %.;/TOMKIWSO]S?: -??:' ?!:l%NNEli;'and-CU]iRiER/ *-'':'':'''I;:^asse^oad JBunbiify. : : j . 'r^r^ES ?' and £ kins' purchased-/ 'at ?5»'^ ; tho highest current prices. ?' / ??'? ?'- ;y lIOEMA...

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

NOTICE. : A N5T person or persons found hunt ?**? ing or trespassing on the l)u dingillup Run on and after this date will be prosecuted. JOSEPH MORTIMER, pro H, BROCK MAN. Dudtng it/tap, Lower Black wood, May 28th, 1888.

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Lady Carissa's Vases. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 29 May 1888

Lady Carissa's Vases. (Fjiom an American Periodical.) It was many years before the epoch when the world began 1o 'live up' to lillies and sunflowers, Bristol cun potes and Worcester teapots, thai Harry Vane and 1 fell in love with each othor. Harry was in the army, lie had his coir.*mission pm chased for him, in the good old-Jas.iionea way, by his great uncle Colonel Vane, whom everybody bowed down before and in a manner worshiped. Harry said he was 'a little tin god on wheels' to his family and friends ; but 1 thought that disrespectful and. told Many so, aiujl would not laugh until he pulled my curls and twitched. ? my Hue em broidered collar half oft', and then I scolded him while 1 laughed, lfc is so easv to laugh when you are quite young and in love, and the April sky 5s blue and all the daffodils, are ..peep ing up their downy yellow heads by the old brick path in the far meadow. Well, Harry had his 'com mission and ?could write himself down as captain in the artillery. But co...

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

JEWELLER, OPTICIAN, &c. , FREM ANILE, ' _L_ 'pi VERY description of Jswallpry mala to orcbr or '*?* repaired on the shortest notice. Watches^ Clocks and Musical Boxes promptly and skilfully' re paired. Ctonoinetara HiiHH^H^^Hlittli^BiiHH

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THE WINEGROWER'S NECESSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 29 May 1888

THE WINEGROWER'S NECES SITY. Evidence is accumulating that the representation of Australian wines at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition really effected good results. ? The mere protests made by the colonies helped to draw attention to our-, vint ages ; and though we cannot think that the London contractors used their best efforts to put Australian . wines forward, it is certainly admitted that the notice taken of them by Eu ropean connoisseurs has been most serviceable to our vignerons: Every body who has at all interested him self in the matter knovys that .colonial wines have been used as adjuncts to Spanish or other European wines, or else that the. British consumer- has drunk the products of Australian grapes, thinking all the time that he was imbibing the yield of European vineyards. This last was all ; the bet ter for him whether he knew It or not, because the pure juice .of the grape, as our exporters can supply it to the British consumer, is infinitely prefer able to the for...

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TELEGRAMS. LONDON, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 29 May 1888

TELEGRAMS. LONDON. May 25. Prince Henry of Prussia has mar ried. Princess Irene, daughter of the Grand Duke of Hesse, at Berlin, amid great rejoicings. Ayrshire won the English Derby. Madam Armstrong, the Australian Prima Donna, has appeared in the Italian Opera with great success. She is highly praised in musical circles. The Australian Eleven suffered their first defeat at the bands of Lan cashire, by 24 runs. 1 he tension between Russia and Austria is increasing. The radical senators ? at Paris have resolved to oppose General Boulaug er's schemes aud pretensions. ' Merry Andrew won the English Oaks. West Australian 4 per ceut. bonds are quoted at £108 ; 4£ per cent, are quoted at £112 5s. The Bishop of Limerick has pro hibited the Catholics atteuding meet ings with the National League. He holds that the decree of the Pope is ' binding' on the consciences of the clergy and laity. v^ -'-'?' PERTH, May 28. The election is. proceeding, quietly. There is no excitement, but a strong po...

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

/' PRACTICAL ! \W A TO HM A KE.R,,, ? I ? t-» ?«??* -**^ -» -* * - *i TiJiririinTTiiiTTrfffiniiiiii n iiTiinriiiTTnTliTWIillffiTfiilTMffTffl HAS the largest and best selected stock of Clocks, Watches, Jewellery, Electro-Plate ware, &c. in the Colony. Orders by post i^^jSWSSSkMBmm

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

rTTir ? t! 111* ii^ *H*8 S I it*. I „. I I I -#s=? ? I j 4 %JF %£ *^ $ | ^' p #^ #ssM Jit TP v m n 'p -u 'P ci u-^s c&Lsl dk-m -^.^to 0 tsSsa VW BitkvL? fiSsc^ dSsc^ Pfe^ Q Proprietor. IRITIS old estaiDlislied house lias been talten by the undersigned who hopes to obtain a fair share of public support by civility and attention, by Selling only the best liquors, by leaping a first 'class table,, and providing' for the comfort of his visitors and customers. TW building is ' being thoroughly renovated, .the rooms re-furnislied\ind the accommodation aiiorded 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 at any hour. ?Tas. McEwan's celebrated Ale ;;! whys on .draught, pro nounced by those who taste it thl best and ijri&htjsst ale. The stabling is efficient under the supervision of an exp...

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CRICKET. FERGUSON versus BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 29 May 1888

CRICKET. .Ferguson versus Bunbuey. On Thursday last, Queen's Birth day, a cricket match was played be tween the above clubs on the Buntury Recreation. Ground..- Play eommenci d at .11a.m. the local men taking the wickets and making G3 runs, of which Paisley made 15 and 11. C. Williams 11. The bowling of P. Taylor was very good, though not so effective as Turnbull's, the former taking three wickets and the latter four for 18 rnns each. The wicket keeping of J. F. Taylor was was also much ad mired. j£v\ the Ferguson men taking their innings Turnbull and Fowler faced the bowling of North and 'Williams, and the former played a very pretty game for 31, till he drew a ball on to his wickets from North. P. Taylor played a good game for 18, not out, and Morgan, the eleventh man placed 10 to his. credit. When the h;ter went in there was some excitement as the score stood at 62, one behind that of Bunburv, and the scoring of one or two runs would have probably decided the match either way or ...

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COMMERCIAL. BUNBURY PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 29 May 1888

COMMERCIAL. Buneuuy Pbioes Current. FIqup . Snow flako ... £14 pei* ton. Barley ... 4s. '. per bushel. Oats' ... ... ' 4s/; v, / „ Whoafc .... 5s. . „ „ Bran (acai;ce) .'..' ..', £8 per ton. Pollard ''.dp; ...? ... £10 „ „ Chaff ? ... .?.'. £5 10s. „ Potatoes ... ... £7 „ „ Onions '... ... none in inai-lfefc. Bufctor V.. ??-?-?;.. . . \ , do. Sugar..'.., '.'.'.'? . 28s. to 3Gs. por cwfc. Tea ..V ;ls. 6d. lo.2s. per 1b. Soap ... '..',?...?'? 22si per cwl . Candies ' .'.. .by; the box lOd. per lb. Bacon .... ' ... none in market. Live Guano ..'. ... £5 per ton BUNBD]i.T, .....??' May 21,1888.. ,

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 29 May 1888

3L0 cat $Ufo«; The quarterly Liceusing^Hench sits on Monday next, June 4th.' V' ' Mr. Robert. Scott brought uptfrooi Ins farm, Minuinup, Capel Rrver, some very fine potatoes, which averag ed nearly l^lbs each. They are per-' fectly sound. The Hon John Forrest was a pas senger by the Hob Hoy on Tuesday, on a flying visit to his friends. He returned to Fremantle by the Albany on Saturday morning. The Treasurer writes through :us to call attention to the promised sub scriptions to the Greenough Relief. Fund, and trusts that the amount will bo paid into the bank.iuitnediately. ' A -ta.tive, named Harry, was sen tenced to. 0.110 months imprisonment at. the Police Court yesterday, t.op;a.»; sau'ting Mr. William .Scott, ??bwmi^o tho latter would not supply him .with drink. . As soon as the telegraph office opens this morning we shall have a wir'.e giving us the result of the Perth: Election. This wo shall publish in -a small supplement which may te had., on application at our office. , . T...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 29 May 1888

DEATH. CASTLE.—On the 20th inst., at the     Blackwood, SUSAN, third daughter   of Mr. Thos. Castle, Blackwood, aged 25 years. Deeply regretted.   R. I. P.

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THE BUNBURY JETTY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 29 May 1888

THE BUNBURY JETTY. The following correspondence has been received by the Mayor on the subject of steamers lying alongside Bunbury Jetty: -   Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth. 17th May, 1888. Sir, - In reply to your letter of the 28th ultimo enclosing copy of certain resolutions passed at a public meeting at Bunbury with respect to the lights on the jetty, and matters connected with the Adelaide S.S. Coy's, boats, I am directed by His Excellency the   Governor to forward the enclosed copy of a report with its annexures from the Chief Harbor Master with which, I am to add, His Excellency agrees generally. I have the honor to be, Sir,   Your obedient servant,     Oct. Hurt, pro Colonial Secretary. To His Worship the Mayor, Bunbury.   From the Chief Harbor Master To the Hon. Colonial Secretary. I have seen Mr. Lilly the Agent of the Co. and enclose a letter from him by which it will be seen that he has given...

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