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The Advertiser. Nihil sine Labore. MAY 29th, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 29 May 1888

Nihil sine Lahore.     MAY 29th, 1888.   Gratification for even slight concessions is very plausible, but when only a part of any   just demand is conceded claims should be renewed till all that is rightly due is obtained. As will be seen in our columns elsewhere the agitation for the coasting steamers to come a longside the Bunbury jetty has resulted in some good, the commander of the Rob Roy having been instructed to berth his steamer alongside when he considers it practic able. With regard to the in tercolonial steamers, which are not under contract, and over which the Government have no control, the Adelaide Steamship Company's Agent   lays the burden of responsibil ity on the commanders, whom he states "would on no ac   count take the onus of at temp- ting their steamers alongside Bunbury jetty." The whole correspondence from first to last seems to be very much like an attempt on the part of all conce...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Shipping. PORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. May 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

?Sfjippittfi, PORT OF BFNBFEY. ARRIVALS. May 28th. Bob Roy, steamer, 394 tons, Irvine, Master, from. .Albany' and Yasse. Passenger for Bunbury : — Mr. H. J. Preston. May 31. Albany, steamer, ^760 tons, Anthpn, Mas ter, from Fremantle. Passepgers for T|un bury : — Messrs; W. Chftpn, E. Spptt, J. Drabble, S. Alexander; R. y?. ^ipcent.and J. Milligun. ' . ? , June -4. Rob Ro.y, steamer, : 394: tpn^, -Irvine, Ma.s ter, from Fremantlew DEPARTURES. 'w ? May 28th. Rob Roy. steamer, 39-itotis, Irvip;1, Master, ; for Fremantle. Passengers from Bunbury : — \lus K. Reid, Messi'd. J. Millignn and ;F. C^pOrn, seuior. May 3;\ Atcma, . 8.c]iiooner, Millar, Master, ;fcjr Fre. mantlo. June 2. ?\Stab of^.ths Spn(TH, cutter, Hough, ^VTas. tej', f tir Q »J\anp Inlands. .J. une 4. ' . . I Rob R.oy, .steamer,; 394 tons, Irvine, TMas. ter./fyr .YiasB.e..and Albany.

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THE MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

THE MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY. To the Editor. Sir, — The area of the town of Bun bury, as laid out on the Government plans is very small j in fact the small est in the colony, and fiere are sever al valuable properties and business places just outside, which have been exempt' from rates for years, but which are practically as much witkin the town as those within the surveyed boundary. I think the ratepayers as a body ought to insist on having the town boundary extended as frw as the Southern boundary of Wellington Location No. 20, which should he ex tended to the Preston River on the 'East and the coast on the West. This would make a fairl}' sized town no bigger than Perth, Ifremantb, or Albany, Which would bring in all the places which properly belong to the Municipality, but which are now in the Wellington Roads Board District. Messrs. W. Spencer, Hastie, Prosser, Mrs. Carey, Dr. Lovegrpve and others have valuable properties quite equal as regards position to any in the town and why they...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

V 10 bOTlUi oUi©6u, «ou.I1011iy® Proprietor. rpiilS 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 at any hour. Jas. McEwan's celebrated Ale always on draught, pro nounced by those who taste it the. best and bmghtest ale. The stabling is efficient under the supervision of an experienced and attentive ostler. Best feed provided. Alex. Fortes, Bunbury. 3 Wheelwright & . Blacksmith, Contractor and Timber Merchant, Wood Turning, Circular and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

ti3 i iGriw %$ Pit (? BEGS to thank this inhabitants 'of Bridgetown nnd the IVackwnod District for their support (.luring the 1,-ist 15 years, while ln- luis been in the ?liont trader, and t'o inform them that lie li-s now opened Iuh NEW GENERAL STORE, where all kinds of merchandise can be obtained ul: reasonable priws.. Highest price given for Kangaroo Skins LONDON HOUSh, BRIDGETOWN. -(Opposite the Show Grouch.) l3?o the Inhabitants of Bimbnry ?and surrounding1 districts,— -s ? NOW IS THE TIME TO ? Jf ake YOuR 'Purchases. LONDON 'HOUSE Is now open ''again whore is si i own tlieilargesfc, , 'newestand iest selected stock -of ever shawn-in-tne colony, ''consisting' of -Drapery, ?Millinery, r,$m ^J * -Mlntles, . ;' ^ 'P . -Ulbters, ^ * .Blankets, ; ', Elannels, Winter Suits, 1 Overcocats, 'Furniture, [Pianos, Organs, 'Watches, Jewellery, ?*'&c, &c, &c. 'AH' the kbfive' a/re- 'direct' front 'the :3' manufacturers, -bought for. Cash. ... MAKE YOUR ; PURCHASES, - ...

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COMMERCIAL. BUNBURY PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

COMMERCIAL. BuNBuny Prices Current. Flour : Snow flake ; ..'. . ? ' £14 per ton. JBavley ... 4b. per bushel. Oats . ?,-:'... ,: 4s.; „ ; ;„ Wheat ... 5s. „ „ Bran (scarce) ;.. . ... ; £S per ton. Pollard do. ... ... £10 „ „ OliafE ... .r;- £5 10s. „ Potatoes ... ... £7 „ M Onions ? ... ... none in market. Butter .«-??: - ???- - do. Sugar '.'.. 28s. to 3Gs. per ewt. Tea ... Is. 6d. to 2s. per lb. Soap .... ... 22s. perewt. Candles ... ; by the box lOd. per ]b. Bacon ... ... none in market^ Live Guano ... ... £5 per ton

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

JEWELLER, OPTICIAN, &c, i FREMAN1LE, 'J|BVERY description of Jewellery made to order or ??Cl' repaired on the shortest notice. Watches, Clocks and Musical Boxes promptly and skilfully repaired. Chronometers accurately rated

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

JUaii Notices. Mails close at Bunbury Post Office as follows :- !For Pcrfclj, &c. Mondays and Thursdays at 10*10 a.m. For Vasse, &c. Tuesdays and Fridays at 3-30 p.m. For Blackwood, &c. Wednesdaye at 6 a.m. For Europe, India, China and Australian Colonies per s. s. Rob Rot/ at 6 p.m. ou Tuesday, June 19th. For Perth, &c, by South Australian this evening. For the Australian Colonies, &c, per s. s ' South Australian,' about Saturday next

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

Business enterprise always secures its own reward and Mr. W. E. Willi ams, the celebrated Eremantle tailor will be certain to draw plenty of custom this season, having just ob tained his Winter Stock, which is the finest and most varied display of woollens yet introduced in the colony.. His experience of the trade has en abled him to buy at great advantage,, not only in well selected patterns but in superior quality. He has intro duced a new system in the tailoring business, by which he does his cutting .so that a perfect fit is guaranteed. He; attends personally to his custom ?ers and gives his best attention to the cut and make up of every, garment entrusted' to his care, being, a practi cal tailor /.himself.' he can assert with confidence that such a system will produce, a garment equal to the best firms of England and the other col onies. He has now in stock West of England, Scotch, Geelong and Lobe thai Tweed, .-Fancy Suitings from £3 3s. Trovvsering from 17/6, DiagonialvS, Ser...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

W A N T E I) , Ifiil ^ozhn' cach kangaroo ?AUV and OPOSSUM . , SKINS weekly for which the highest market price will be given in. Oask by #ir. SPENCER & SON. Skin Paint given free of charge. Buneury, June 1st. 'W. & J. BOVELL, Wholesale Grocers and Importers, Agents for Adelaide Steamship Co. Joseph Bovell, SHIP Mt HOTEL, Albert Street, Vasse . [BEST ACCOMMO DATION. .Finest Liquors. '.Billiards,. \ Sample 'Rooms. ?? : 'Chemist ..anclBruggist, - Prescriptions ,. accurate ,y ?'dispeiisect. . ; lHorae ?and .Cattle Medicines. \Victoria St, Bunbu-ry. ?1W. \&. TQMKINSON, .TANNER and ..QURRIEB,, Vasse lltoacl Buiibuiy . HIDES arid gk'ins. purchased at - .... . , the. highest current prices. J SlIOKMA;KEIt's GlUNDEItY ON -HANI). ?\VICTQRIA STREET, BUNBURY, lEainily Butelier. ]33es t .Meat at reasonable prices . ! S Kipping Supplied. ]Montlily accounts ^rendered. ji7 ca:porn, ^Saddler &' Harness' Maker, ; ? Stiiiling Street, ((Next the Railway Station-,) ; ? BU...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE VOTE FOR ROADS. To THE EDITOR Southern Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

CPllRESPON PENCE. ? _ ? -\iftf — THE VOTE PC) It ROADS. To tiik. EbiToit .Southern Advertiser. Sir,— Seeing from your report of the last monthly meeting of the Wel lington Roads Bo,- rd that it is con templated to stril e a rate in conse quence of the very small amount of the Government grant distributed a monffHt the various Boarda this year, I should be oblige 1 if you will find space for my few remarks on the sub ject. There is no doubt that the distrib ution of the grant has not been equit able, but as I suppose that is beyond remedy for this year the best thing W can do is to levy a small rate to meet current contingencies and car:1}' on till next )'ear. Then application ought to be made to the Government to subsidize the Roads Board accord ing to the amount of rates col lee ted. Districts h.iving good natural roads and possessing the advantage of rail way communication shou'd receive £L for every £1 collected in rates, and other districts where road-making is costly and not ha...

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OUR CITY LETTER. PERTH, May 31st. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

OUE- CITY .LET.TEE: ' (From Our Correspondent.) Pkrth, May 31st. Perth election is now a thing of the past, and ' honest John'Hbrgan, ' as he was termed here during the elect ion campaign has gained the privilege' of writing M.L.C. after his name, de feating the almost impregnable Mr. S. Burt with his Government House influence at the same time breaking the influence of the 'six families' who endeavonr to rule the destinies of the colony. The excitement in Perth during the past ten days has been intense and it was increased to an alarming extent by the manner in which the West Australian endeavour ed to force the claims of Mr. Burt on the electors, abusing Mr. Horgan and his chief support in very unmanly terms, .and. designating the public at the election meetings as 'the rabble' and ' comparing tliem to persons not responsible for their actions.' The election, day passed off very quietly, there being no unseemly dis turbances, the utmost good humour prevailed, throughout the day, w...

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TELEGRAMS. LONDON, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

[?] LONDON, June 1. The Players 6f Elngland have beaten the Australian Eleven by ten wickets. ? Baron de Worms states the (Chinese question can be amicably settled. ?An 'Australian Coal Co. is being floated in London . SYDNEY, June 2. Another scene has taken place in the House of Assembly, a warrant has been issued for: the arrest of Mr. Mc lElhpue,, M.L.A.for interjecting offen sive remarks, apology was afterwards Accepted; ? fy - ? ; .:. ADELAIDE, June 4. Parliament has been formally open* ?edvto-day. ? ... PEitol, Monday. A Petition, against1 Responsible Government is being taken around for signature to be forwarded to the Secretary of Ptate. This is causing much comment, several persons are mentioned as the originators, amongst whom is the Mayor of Perth, Mr. G. Shenton. The cause of this action is attributed to the result of the late Perth election. Fitzgerald of Fremantle won the Sheffield Handicap at Newcastle on Friday last. Anniversary Day passed quietly, ,the sports oh the...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

'.ioical $tb%: The Tasse letter, together with other matter already in type is una iroidably crowded out of this issue. Her Majesty the Queem' has been pleased to confer the honour of Knighthood on Mr. J. (t. Lee Steero, Speaker' of the Legislative Council, in this Cojony anil who resides at Jayes, Black wood ifi i this district. Ouli correspondent from the Blac,k wcod writes us, ' 'Weare having splen did weather, and the country is look ing quite fresh and green, lambing has commenced and the ploughs; are busily at.\york. Two lots-of fat cattle ^e ;leli B-ridgeto'wn for Mr. Mi* Ci-DavV tationj Augusta.' ????'? ':-: ?:??:.?'?: ?:;,;::;! Mi?:1 W .'? 'IAdkinson^ ?= jJn^pjocltQ^of Schools, returned ^from jLtigustaKand Vasse on Thursday morning, where he had been conducting his. half-yearly examination. On Priday he dro.x^ to the Blackwood to inspect the schools of Dai'dan u p, . Boy anup, Minninup and Bridgetown. He is accompanied by Mr; -0. J. Ashwell. :??? . . ,; . The Amateur Dramat...

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The Advertiser. Nihil sine Labore. JUNE 5th, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

Rihil sijiie Lahore. JUNE :5th, 1888. '', The small amount of money voted at t|ie ;last sessions of the Legislative ^Council for .Roads and Bridges as compared with, former .grants will necessitate the striking df a rate in order to carry on the contracts now lett ios road-making. The Wellington Roads l^oard sepms to be taking the initiative, having set apart their. ne:s:t month's meeting for the con sideration of the matte**, ancj. this is certainly to their credit. They -will have to approach the subject With all due im partiality, Without fear or fa vour and endeavour to decide upon 'some' method of rating that will be easy' on those 'who can least afford to pay it, and press heaviest on owners of land who keep their holdings for speculative purposes. Land in the vicinity of the town is more valuable than that fur ther out, whPe frontages to the main road ought to be rat ed higher than those on minor roads. These questions will have to be taken into consid eration. .Again a very ...

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Lady Clarissa's Vases. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

Lady Clarissa's Vases. (From an American Periodical.) (Con/iiwed from our last.) Mr. Israels vanished, murmuring below his breath words the reverse of! complimentary, and casting malevolent glances at my aunt. From that day' I. hated the very sight of the little vases By much brooding, they grew to re present to me Harry, our little longed for home, our love and happiness. Two hundred guineas was contained in their fat, puffy little shapes. Two hundred guineas! And as I looked at them, so fragile, so insensate, and thought of the little rose- covered Cot tage, and Harry, far away in the dreary, parched Crimea, with no pros pect of wedded happiness, even if G-od spared him to me, I could have -dashed the painted porcelain on the hearth and rejoiced to have heard it break into a thousand piece's. Mr. Israels came no more, and the vases stood un molested ou the drawing roomehiinney shelf. I am sure, now, looking back on the past time, that 1 was not very kind or gentle to Aun#' Clariss...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

H. E. READING, (formerly of Birmingham, England,) BEGS to announce that lie has opened a General Store AT .Birmingham House, VICTORIA STREET, 3 U TV B U * Y , Potatoes and Fresh Butter. J3est Adelaide Flouk 27/- per bag. SOLE AG-ENT for Western Australia for the following celebrated Enjjlish firms :- Thomas Salt & Co., Brewery, Burton. ? W. H. Peach & Co., Boots, bhoes. Slippers. IKirby, Board & Co., Fins Needles, Fish .. , hooks. ''??.. I Xloyd & Lloyd, Wrought Iron Tubes for -Gas, Steam, Air arid Water.. ' ' Hehd. Thomas, Edge t-* -ls, Axes, Picks, &c. ..j. Wood Aston & Co., Spades, Forks, An vils, &c. r . ? J. Wilkinson, Paper, Twines,, Hemp and Wire Ropes. ... ..»?_????? j?. Andrews & Co., Brass andiron Bed steads, Fire-proof Safes. ' ' . -Gt. Baker, Gauze Meat Safes, Wire Netting. -Gittings, Boothby & Co., Varnish, Colours and Paint. JLGENT FOR,— Siitton & Sons, Seed Merchants,— Beading. Archibald K...

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AUSTRALIAN AND CONTINENTAL WINES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

AUSTRALIAN AND CONTIN ENTAL WINES. The price of the good wines of the Continent is, in a manner of speaking, fixed, and if a man wants to have his port or sherry cheap . he must know that the merchant of whom he buys it either has to sell at a loss or to sup ply a doctored article. As a ' -rule merchants do not care to sell at a loss. The buyer knows this, or ought to know it, and he ma}r be sure that the liquor which he buys under the mar ket price is either of inferior quality or else 'improved' or 'strenghtened' by the person who sells it to him. The ordinary private entertainer who offers wine to the guests at' his dinner table is not brave enough to pay that, being unable to procure the best Eu ropean port or sherry, he has supplied himself with pure Australian wine. Ho will rather submit to the exigen cies of fashion, and allow liquor, which he knows- to be adulterated with spirit and spiced with one or more of a thousand ingredients for the gratification of the palate, to be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

GR ATEF UL— GO M FORTING EPPS^FCOCOA. BREAKFAST. .' By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately -flavoured beverage which may save us many heavy doctor's bills. It is by the judicious upe of such articles of diet that a constitution may be built up until strong enough to resist any tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtile maladies are floating around; us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal ' shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished frame.' — See article in the Civil Service Gazette. Made simply with boiled water or milk. Sold in ill) packets by Grocers labelled: — JTAS. EPPS & CO., nO.WKI'ATIlIC CHEMISTS, ? '-LONDON., ENGLAND. aTTV castledine, Carpenter &' Builder, WITTENOOM 8TUEET, S U ft 3 « f* Y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

^YATOKMAEER. ' PEEMANtLE, ' 5 Tl^AS theifer^eAaoii best selected stock of Clocks* ** Watches, Jewellery, |)feqtr.o-Plate ware, &c, in th? Cofony. Orders by.' post receive prompt per, sona!' a-ttenti on.

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