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THE HON. JOHN FORREST, C.M.G. AND WEST AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 January 1888

THE HON. JOHN FORREST, C.M.G. AND WEST AUSTRALIA. The following is a portion of the report of an interview by a reporter of the Melbourne "Argus" with our Commissioner of Crown Lands. What will the West Australians do when they really get both sheets and tiller in their own hands ? The answer is, "In all essential mat-   ters we have for years past held and worked them." We have no madness of free selection, nor the hindrance of locked up lands. We let the country as discovered to any body who chooses to take it up for a period of 21 years, reserving our own right, to enter when it may be deemed necessary and agree- ing always to pay for all improvements made with intent to improve the carry- ing capacity of the land. So far, however, there has not been frequent necessity, to re-enter. The farmers have not been clamouring for land.     "No," says Mr. Forrest, a little sadly perhaps, "I am afraid agricul-   ture has declined somewha...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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ILLNESS OF Mr. W. COWAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

ILLNESS OF Mr. W. COW^N; ;.Wb regret to he;ar that Mr. W. Cowan j late.RpBident Magistrate' at York, is danger ously ill.'' His son Mr. W. D. Cowan-. llesi dent Magistrate of-.Buhbury, left last Satur day night ? for-. Berth overland, .travelling n.ight and , day. in .order; ,to be. present at his fatlier^a, b, ed^ide,, th'e^dQ^torfl having giveu up ali.lioge'of.liw recovery. ?'?.' ''''?;:- ' '

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OUR CITY LETTER. Perth, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

: oirkcrrT, letter. ;-: . By 'Cycjop,sf. ?''?; '.' .Perth, Jan uary 19. The. disquieting, news from Europe and ,-the .probability of; an outbreak of hostilities :betvveen.E.ussia and Austria, for want of-.a nea;rer'topi,c''.6f conver aatioji divides 'itheM public ' interest with that of the'.Yilgaru ..(^old Eields. Wilili rwu-ji.iid t.n t.lifi fii-sf*. snVfifif.-fc if; is tho u gh t by in any ,t h at ,a go o r&E iir 6 pe-; an War; ..(though. the' -bloodshed is. to. be df,pl.ored) vvvl.j. -.clear' the. Apolitical,, atmosphere, add stimulus to .,bp^|n ess and be the means, of laying feh^feund-, ation for a' lasting- peace. As to whether England wiilJbe d^wn,-., into, tho impending struggle.it is»a/' difficult/ matter |to speculate upon, but whether she has .to, take an ,-acti ye part 'or not her, interests 'will, be. largely involved and her sympathies- are; ;uo.t ,. certainly 1 with' the ; unwieldly .country, which seeks to stifle her internal troubles by d irecting hen arms ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

Stephen Street, Biinbury, Wholesale & Retail - ? Bootmaker. Boots & Shoes made to order at lowest prices. , English Boots of every size .and description always on hand. Eugli-ih leather of: all kinds. Robinson & Valentine, Contractors & Builders; bunbury: .Estimates given and -all kinds of building work executed. Repairs made with neatness and( despatch. ' - , GRATEFUL— COMFORTING-. ' ?EPPS^TCOCOA. ' BREAKFAST. 'By a thorough knowledge . of tlio 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....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

s ,^~ . .? ? ? . . . . ? ? . ..-...- ' .'' ^ ' ' AT ? . ,'? . '*- J. E. Hands, having decided to keep open until after the Races has determined to sell the whole of his surplus stock at greatly reduced prices. In order to make room' forNEW GOODS.. The Stock must be sold. The Establishment positively closed after Febkuaey * 15th, and will be re-opened in about a month with a very large and varied assortment of the NEWEST and BEST GOODS purchasable in the English, Continental, American and Colonial Markets. ; ? * ? . ? ??.?'? ??'?''.? .*?']/ ?? . ???'???..? . .. ? ?'?-?''.'.' . . .?.???? ??????? :. '?????? ??? ' ?$ ?

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THE BARON NECKAR PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

THE BAEON NECKAE PROTEST. TnE following is the evidence of the jockeys in the race for the Perth. Cup, in connection with Mr. Tow ton's protest against Baron Neckar: — Towton's StatedjE-YT. After the Perth' Cup started I 'hat) ~No. 2 place on the rails, Hiiiemoa' being on the inside. She soon fell back and I took first position near the rails. After we had -gone half a mile Baron Neckar came up on the outside, he closed in on me on the fence. Between the Queen's Plate start and half mile start I told him to keep out, which he did for a few strides, but almost immediately afterwards he rushed his horse straight across, my horse's nose 1 believe with the intent ion of putting my horse on the fence. Having a good short hold of the horse I threw myself well back in the saddle and lifted Duration's head oyer his horse's quarters, that being the only way that I could possibly do to save myself from going into the fence. Directly I saw what he had done I called out to him and also called t...

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WELLINGTON TURF CLUB. NOMINATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

WELLINGTON. TUKF CLUB. : ' '' '?'? ' ' ? ?'. ; -.KoMTITATTOWS, ': ?: '-V ' ? ? . . - . Tli'e'followiiig' ai'e-the-noniinations-foiv the. meeting of the, above, club, on, the .13th and 1-Jth proximo.' '; : :-*- '?* *? '^ ? '?'?'' ' ?' -5 IjAVIT.S' -P-D'RSK. ? Mi'.A'W MbUlton-'s 'g g Young Grlen, aged, Miv-Naylor's :g? g First iKing, aged, ???..??? Miv^^v.-Tiirabmltls, b g Oberoir, (j years, . Mr,GKA,.To;vytoii's ehc Lojvlan.der, 3 years, Mr;E,B:;Eocke'sg ;m Grace Darling, aged, '? ? .? I)o''';Po ;?? -bv'c Matchbox,' 3 years, ? Dr jA'O^Meehari'B b m '? {First' Love, aged, Mr7^ Bovell's'ch'giPaddy, aged, v ', . . I)o .jdp-i- -? ,ch?g- fStreak, 5 years, n^r,;b/Meehan'sb h Giaiion, 5 years. : .: .-:.'EAiLWAY'^TiKj:s.. ?..-??'/? Mi-; Nay] or-' s gig iFirst.Eing,; aged, . ? Mr A. V Turn bull's, b g Oberou, 6 years, . Mr Towfcon's ch c-Lowlaiider, 3 years, Mr Locke's g m Grace 'Barling, aged, '????; Do do: brc Matchbox, 3 yoars, . . Dr O.'Mcehan's b ni;Eirst Lpye, aged, ... : Mr J, .Boyell'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

? . AYELLINGTON TUEF CLUI5, * ', ' ... , ..', vPatkon : ! . . '': ???''??. '' His Excellency th'o Governor. ? ? ?.:..?;:?? ????.-?.??.:. ''STEWARDS '{??'?'? ' ' '^ ?'.?? '? : v Messrs A. P. TurnbuU, E. G. B, Locke, W. B. Mitche]lf-Geprgo-Fprrest,/II. SW. Venn, , / . . :O.J.,Robevbsi;D. A.JIay.:. .„.' ! .(' . ,., HlNDiCAPriiE i';~Mr. J. H. Nayipri ' : ,. TT1H E ' ANNU £&- RACE ;. MEETTuSI 4' ?of the J. ?'' above Ohib will take place on MONDAY ? 13th and /TUESDAY;- 14th FEB.' 188.8,', Avhen the following .Eaces .will ; be -run ;—-/,? ??-;?-- ^^FIRST--. -DAY— ??? ^.;;/.'.-' MA.iDENi'Pi/ATjE^Tp. start at'1.30 .p.m. ;t £25, open to iilLliprs.es which tip to, time'; of starting have . neyoiv- won ...an adveritised^race, . hacks . execptedj ' Entrance'303.. ?' weights, foi'- age ; l|!railes' ; '??'?'''' -??''';?''???? ^ -j , --?' ??'/?-' :j '?'? ???'-'_??' Ladies' P,UESE^To'sfeii^:'245;p.mC';;:!''£20';'' welter handicap ;' nomination^ ^lGs/,; . duo gist Jan. 1888K10 p'i'in.j ;;act'...

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CLEVERLEY'S EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

Cleveelet's Evidence. I was racing a little behind Baron Kenkar, on the outside; I saw Baron Neckir racing side by side with Dur ation. Between the Queen's Plate and mile and half start, Baron Neckar, as soon as he got his head in front, whipped right across Duration. I heard Mr Towton call out immediately. (Signed) George Cleveeley, January 9, 188.8.

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MEMORIAL TO THE BISECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

MEMORIAL TO THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS. The following memorial has been numerously signed and forwarded to the Hon. J. A. Wright:— The Honorable the Director of Putltc/ Works and Commissioner ot? Railways, Sir, — We, the undersigned, Mayor, and members of the Bunbury Muni cipal Council aud Wellington Roads Boai'd, and inhabitants of. the town and district, desire to express our re gret at your decision to close the Bunbur/-Blackwood Railway for the present. .'We take the liberty to request you to re-corisider the matter, as it will be a bad thing for the district aud a bad advertisement for the colony, to have 15-§- miles of railway line, running to wards a thriving and populous agri cultural district, lying idle. We would further point out to you that though only a short line, it runs through- the district of Dardauup, whence a large amount of produce in brought into Bunbury for use in che town an'd for shipment. The line might therefore be expected to pay working expenses if wor...

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TELEGRAPHIC HEWS. BRITISH & FOREIGN LONDON, January 15 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. -:. ?? BRITISH &.F0REIGN ?;; ' -V. . ? ?; London, January 15. ' Yesterday afternoon a sentinel, he^ longing to the Prench outposts. on ;tho - -...- fi'drifi'er, was ; seized-: and ?maitreated,.rJ;- -Pie 'states-that- his .assailants were'. Germansj' who -: stole ;his; rifle; The,-; ,. l^reuchman has reported -the occur- ,.; ?reiitfe t& his superiors, who have given the' information- «to -head, ^quarters, ?...' causing; intense' local'excitement; :;.;: , Grr,qij,texcit.ement.and!'dbnsteriiation ..-?. p re vai W' :io n '? acco u n t'. o £ fogs : thr o uglu out the Midland'; Go unties, especially ?????? at Bi:rminghamv:y-rihe .occurrence: ; is .' iurip2-e!cente'd fdr's'b ionga period; Tho ; -. d arkness' which, has* attracted-' special. . ,; ?;? attention has lasted^ for five days,; ?the...: towivand surroundingr country! rbeing. f - enveloped in a thick fog, which com-; ?-. pletely shut out tbelight of'day. ; Iii Birmingham the extraordinary plenbm-',...

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PATRICK HARDY'S STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

Patrick*- HkBD5?'s Statement. . -??- I, Patrick Hardy, do hereby sol emly jfcl.eclare.ancr .testify that 1 , rpde% Michael iii tlfe-Pertl i ~G.up.-v From thp' start Michael and Hermit were in the lead. After going .down a hill and while racing on the flat I looked back and saw Baron Neckar behind me , ? near the rails, with Metal outside him. Duration was behind Baron Neckar, ?xyjth Telephone outside and Sinbad next; to him— rthe three racing togeth er. At that time I heard Mr. Tow ion cry out 'Pull out ! Pull out ! or - I'll get you disqualified,' and Ford , said 'I shan't.' I saw no crossing, but ''-saw the Baron get the rail almost as soon as Michael and Hermit. Hjne ' mo,a h,ad the rail at the- start.- -r , .? r.: .(Signed) Patiiick: HAEDY.l-i ;;

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AN EMIGRANT'S COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

?.iA.N--..^MIGrBANT^:::GO;MPLAINTv ?. A.VCOBBEBPQNX-BNT, .Bighing hiin-0^f -t t EfuigranV'^riteB \nfr* '^ of the 15th inst:-'Iu.yow .-'due of last Tu08d — quote from -our contemporary the 'West Austr*..ian(' wjiO 1 find j8 VCpy an j£ol|B that uae emigratit& retttvning ta their native laaa!.! should not eive a wroric iuinression of 'WnBt.- ern Australia. _ Ab an enjigrant of one yeai^s residence I think they 'niay roKy upon any English emigrant returniing bome giving'5 a'' very true account of t]-m colony. Theyjffted seem anxious about tlbe cost thj&;CfoviBrnm6nt.. has been put to- on sHJcount of the ssid' etni* grants, but it does not appear -to- thei^ what; it may cost many of the emigrants to come here. The loss of ten of good positions, the selling of their homes, and the leaving behind all fchey hold .dear,-I. can-toll; you that.it costs them in many, cases a v»ry ? great- d.eal. I think, Sir, you cannot but admit that tho 0-oyernmont has bedn wrong in bringing t...

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"BUSSELTON" CRICKET. SINGLE v. MARRIED AND SINGLE. Played Thursday, 19th January. 1st INNINGS,—MARRIED [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

'BUSS ELTON CRICKET. Single vVMauried and Single. Played Thursday, 19th January. 1st WINNINGS,— MABRtED. '??? ?? iJiarriard, ^^JV'.- 'c:A*. ?'&tc'I)aj4ierl» b 't' ,;.- ' Hpr^ah,' '.'.... ?'??'? \'-:v; : ?;'lV-... '% Lbveg[rpye, Of. b Albert Pries b'W! '? . Bo veil, ... ... ... . 4 iiolgkte,' J'.:'cr^ b lTfBov;eH- r;;-' ??'?'- ,22 Thurkie; T.;W. d&b'JS&Sv&i?^-:1 - 2 Bunbary,' A. c & b Mi'-rgaifl/ ,;?. . - 0 Cole; AVc&b J.'BdveU, ...... 0 Cross, Ged! b J.' Bovel!, ' * ; ?? :.-. : 0 vSteere, Chas. not out, . v .;-.-? : 7 Clairs/.-Rev. 3E. S. ((-apt.) b J- Bo- i V -ve'n,' ?';..- ... — ll':'0.- CocsT/b J. tfoyell, '.'.. -v;^ JV 2 Byes.' .;..:_ . ':?:; .;.;... ';,.... .':.?. , * '?L1- '' ? . ' Total '?? ? '^ 4$ .'?;'? :- 2nd \TNNfNGSi ? .- ? -???- : Clairs; Rev. £ . St . (CaptO b ilEoifgtfn, 3 Holgate, Ji'c Knaptonb.B'Pveil/ \. 2& Thurkie, T. W.;c Pribs-b.Morg^; 0^ Q-reeningt Jos..;b-\^5 .^Bqvell,..- ?,.., , ' ^ JLoyegroVe^^^ ';V. ,....

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CORBETT'S STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

Gorbett's Statement. £ Patrick Corbett, do hereby de .clare .and testify solemnly to the best pf my belief that 1 had the inside on Hinem'6n%t the starting of the Perth Pup, a$-.l \clrt'W .that position. I kept that position until Duration and Tel phone passed me, then Telephone went up inside of Duration and took the rail: I did not see any crossing up to this time, and after it I could not see anything for the clusc until crossing on the flat the second time, and from then to the fini&h I saw nothing wrong with the horses. . (Signed) Patrick: Corbett.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

Monker Auction. Day, 'after, 'B^ces. ^pImj favoured with instritetiini;* ti- 5-ji_l by Public Auction ilj^Mt. ^^loyd'a Oarria-geFafrtory'ivt 2 pJm;'6n-.^» Wednesday, 15th .. J an.l'0«; -1 ;? Tbe .day: af tet! r.Iiuhbury :iSace-«, :. The- stranded . iib^rque, 'iGingjilee M with: spars,- rigging, 'and balance of eargoy as she.^i now : lies pn North ©each, also'Gabiri Fittings, slrpjnwork,, ?Patent i:Steering Gear, - J^ging^ Blocli8,vEo.pes, &c.'.:i.'h ' ...; ? -'*;. ??;?:? Also, — rGarpenters', :?: Tools, Grind stome,.! Bench, 'Tppl lOhests, 'Tabl«8» Obcairs, Pietures^j'urnUui'e, FU^iiish* li'Pga ;,an5 Kitcbeii . IJfcensiiH. ,j.' ^/* '''' 'One Case.^ob' LiotB of IXrfyvqty. AtL VTttE ABOvk. WlTHOyT $k8KUVK. Also, — 2 ii^pur wheeled ,CarHagc8k 1 Spi^ndid Trap Mare. Also at ROSE. HOT EL at 8 p..:m. if ?' . not preyioualy disposed of, One Bunbury Towa- Lot,. ' One, Wellington S. O. L. 200 :'aerM House and improvements; Fop further particulars apply tp% ;;? JA8. H. DJXON, ? '???? '...

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Vasse Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

[?] j.^Fr^p. oj^,^!orreB|iondeht.) ;;: .-;? fi^fWf* 1? ^ ]i^e. ne^f. tb repor *'.: thi» ^ftek and that little u of a sportjt' iv^ ple*8urablo kind. On ^Tedaeaday last ThankssitinR. Services were.Leld morning and evening in the Anglican Church and brought together full con gregations on both occasions. .The Church was very prettily and .taste fully decorated* and refl cted great credit on the ^Rector and ihg ladies who. assisted- in the, decoration. -: ? ,;? A very .vsatisftictory collection w.ts tnade.in aid of Church enlargement fund . . ' ,..:... In the afternoon the congregatioir had a pictiicin what is- known as beach pad dock and in the eveniiig there was a concert and afterwards a dance m''t1ie_ Weld ..Institute. The concert, was a success, in every. sense. _The...;c0n.trib utors to.' the..eve:nii|igf .entertainment were Betf. .Clairs, .Miss, F; Allen,' Hiss' ?Clara. .'Layman, .-, JVIiss .^Eajinsha^, ^^.:the :Mi sses Bu n b ui-yj ,.: Miss . May ; , Mpbre. ' It would be. invedi...

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HISLOP'S STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

Ktslop's Statement. ' I, Alfred Hislop, do hereby sol emnly declare and^aver that. I ', was riding Metal in the Perth Cup. At the start when ' off ' was given giv en 1 got away with a lead, Hermit with me ; Hermit having: the rail and I the outside running, a little wide. Then Baron Neckar came in between Hermit and Metal. I heard Towton siug out to Baron Neckar ' Keep out ;' but when I heard this Baron. Neckar A\as alongside of Hermit and Metal. I saw no crossing by the Baron. The above are the various state ments of those engaged in the race, and the following are the contents of Mr. Turnbull's statement made before the stewards at the recent meeting : — 'Ford is a man who has ridden in few races and did not fully under stand wliat^was meant by crossing two lengths iu advance , of Duration. What he meant was that he. took his position ^between Metal and Hermit, when- Metal gave him room, and he could not swear there was a clear two lengths between, him and Duration ; in fact no jo...

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A CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

a correction;: - ? Through inadvetfcanee.the following horses were left /out of. the li«t of nominations for the .Flying Stakes in the Wellington Turf Club'? Meeting appearing on. our aiith) -?'pajgi'f— Dr. O'Meehan»8 b f Uralla, 3 years, .Mr. J. BoveU'a cb g Sbroak, 5 yeara, ?:

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FORD'S EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

Ford's Evidence. I John Ford, the rider of Baron Neekar, do hereby solemnly state and aver that to the best of my knowledge and belief at the point- of dispute in the Perth Cup race I was alongside of Duration on the outside, and in that position we raped until Duration . fell back, and; Metal; ^whb^was ?xunf : ning a bit widej gave' me 'an 'opening between him an Hermit; while racing in thjs! ;'p^o'sjtion3.M]fi £TpWtqn ;calledr out to me to pull out, or he would dis qualify me.. From the position the horses were then running in I do not .see how it was possible for me to cross Duration, as the running ground that 1 took belonged to me and I am pos itive that I did not cannon or inter fere with any horse, injthe^race3 ^ ; -? - r ?-(Sigiiie'dj) JJoH2sr'FoiiD. '

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