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AGRICULTURAL. BUTTER-MAKING IN DENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

AGRICULTURAL. 11 t/i? ' ?? « BUTTER-MAKING IN DEN MARK. . ? ^/-j ? . . The Danish Royal Agricultural Society has recently published some directions as to butter making, of which a short extract may be of in terest to the readers of this journal. They are more especially intended for those dairies that use separators (which appliance is considered ab solutely necessary in every Danish dairy with t ho slightest pretensions), and the 'cause for tho.-publieation of the circular - was one or two com plaints made in England. as to Danish butter having contained a little too much water. ; ??.'?' The eentri frugal creaming is most thoroughly effected at a temperature of 20 degrees 'Reaumur, or somewhat more. At a lower temperature it is difficult; to remove a sufficiency of cream. Every pail with cream ought, however, to be subjected at once to an intense cooling. The warmer the weather the more thorough the cool ing should be ; should the butter show a tendency to be soft, the cooling ough...

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CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

CONCERT. A concert wag given in the Bunbury Mechanic's Institute on Friday even ing last, in aid of the English Church , Fund, which pro red to be one of the most successful ever held here. The hall was crowded and the amount realised after all expenses were paid amounted to £7 5s. The concert whs opened by an over ture ' Hills March 'by Mrs. C. Rose, Piano, Miss Rose and Mr. J. Castilln, Violins, aud Mr. A. Wright, Violiucel lo, which was rendered very well. Mr. H. Caporn followed with a song ' The ship that never returned ' which was very pretty. Mr. Caporn's son sang the bye-part very nicely and Mr. J. Castilla assisted in the chorua. Miss Montgomery came nest with the song ' Sweet song ' which suited her contralto voice and was well received. Mr. Walter then rendered ''Jack's Yarn ' very well indeed and received an encore. A Piano Duett ' Fairy Echoes, ' by Misses C. Spencer and K. Mitchell was the next on the pro gramme which was deservingly ap plauded. Miss Clifton followed wi...

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CORRESPONDENCE. FRIDAY NIGHT'S CONCERT. TO THE EDITOR Southern Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

CORRESPONDENCE. FRIDAY NIGHT'S CONCERT. To the Editor Southern Advertiser. Sib, — Seldom if ever on any previ ous occasion such a musical treat as was provided at the Mechanics' Insti tute last night falls to the lot of the inhabitants of Bunbury, and therefore in poiniing out a defect in the ren dering or the programme (on which appears the names of the best of our musical talent) which to my mind was very apparent. I wish it to be under that no reflection is intended on the ability of any ot those who took part in the Entertainment. Possessing as we do a room mos. execrable for sound, and this room being provided with a piano, the tone of which, to say the least, is painful, and the instrument being last night further assisted in its harshness by having an arary of deal boards leaning against it, presumably to servers a screen, the manipulation of the ac companiments requires more than or dinary care. Last night the want of this care rendered the words of sever al of the songs qui...

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MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 5 June 1888

MANURE. On the' subject of manure the Queen slander writes, as follows : — '? A source of manure often available in the country is that from an old dis used stockyard. We do not just now refer to the manure itself, Which of course every cultivator knows is good, but to the soil of the old yard. Un less the yard be. situated on a rocky bottom, the soil 'to, the depth of a foot, will have been so saturated with the liquid from the layer of dung that it will be a. store of fertility equal in effect to that of the manure itself. Indeed much of the virtue of 'the man ure will have been leached out, only to be seized hold: of and stored by the loam underneath. Most farmers con tent themselves with cleaning out the yard, but if the yard is not in use the top. spit could be taken as well. Stockyard manure is a frightful source of weed distribution, and it very often is the case that the old unused or abandoned stock or sheep yard is a forest of weeds, so it is a good plan not to carfc it di...

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

ffl'n it X o t i c t »♦ Mails close at. Bunbury Post Office as follows : - For Perth, &c. Mondays and Thursdays at 10*10 a.m. For Vasse, &c. Tuesdays and Fridays at 330 p.m. For Black.wood &c. 'Wednesdays at 6 a.m. lor Europe, India. China and ? Australian Colonies per s. s. Rob Itoj/ at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 19th.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

Business enterprise always secures its own reward and Mr. W. F. Willi ams, the celebrated Fremantle 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 woolens yet introduced in the colony. His experience of the trade has en abled him to buy at great advantage, not only iu well selected patterns but in superior quality. He has intro duced a new system in the tailoring business, by which he does his cutting bo 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 onieB. He has now in stock West of England, Scotch, Geelong and Lobe thal Tweed, Fancy Suitings fr-om £8 Bs. Trowsering from 17/6, Diagonials, Serges in great var...

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DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

DKAMATIC ENTERT AINMEENT. Dramatic entertainments were given on Thursday and Friday evenings last at the Mechanic's Institute, in aid of the building fund-. The attendaiice on the 'first evening' was' not so good as usual, but 6 li Friday the hall was crowded by a respectable arid appre ciative 'am I lence, all thy elite ot the ilistrict being, present.' : Both, per For m aiices passeHtdf '.Vvitlihut a hitcli, all Having tnoro ugh !y learned their parts. The 'first piece : was 'Dearest Mamiu;v' a pretty little farce which was' well rendered by the performers. The plot is as'fo.llows ; — Mr &' Mrs. Ciin tqn, (..l)r. Harvey & J!iiiss IS pence r,) a newly j married couple, have invited the bride's mother, Mrs. Broezely Fus sell, (MissPurneli; to live with them. Mr. Cruker, (Mr. C. (Spencer)- a cy nical friend, predicts family jars1 in consequence, and- so does Uncle Brow ser, (Mr. Walter) who. lives withthe fainiTy. The muttier-iii-raw: arrives .arid, at oiico ; endeavo...

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Shipping. PORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. June 5. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

sftfj^phtgv ; ?? ? ? ??? ? «P ? ^PORT OF BUNBURY/ ' .;;.-? .;- ARRIVALS. : ' ; ? ' i June 5 . : : . Bob 'Roy/ sTeameiy '394 tons, Irvi.ne/Mas fceiy ironi .. Jfremdiiitle..' Passengers for Buu burj.';— Mrs.lProcboraud- child & Mr. Bishop. . ?. /June, 6. ..... , ; SppTii . Australian, steamer, 760 tons,. Laurie, Master, from Albany and Vu^e. ? June .10.,... , ...*,.. Bob Eoy, steamer, 304 tons, Irvine, Mas ter, from Albany and Vasse. ;:;;?;? DEPART UJSE3. ?: June 5. Rob Rot, steamer, 394 tons, Irvine, Mas ter, for Vassc and Albany.. Passenger from Bunbury :— Mr. Alexander, f :? t '.; ;.? , r . June 6. ; ( Soutii ^ttstralian, steamer, 700 tons, Laurie, jMaster, for Eremantle. Passenger from Bunbury : — Mr.. ML. J. Prjston. Juno 10. TnEHESA, schooner, 90 tons, Reid, Master, for Vasse. Rob li ox, ''steamer, 394 toi s, Irvine, Mas ter, for Fremantlo. Piisseu^crs irotn Bun b'try : — Mi'S.'W. J. Essex and 2 children.

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COMMERCIAL. BUNBURY PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

- COMMERCIAL. Bunbuhy- Prices Ccriient. Flour Snow flake ... £14 per torn. Barley ... 4s. per bushel. Oats ... 4a. i, ' „ Wheat* ... 5s. ,, „ Bran (scarce) ... ... :£8 per ton. Pollard do. ... ... £10 „ „ Chaff ,.. ... £5 103. „ Potatoes .-.-. ... £7 „ „ OnioiiB ... ... none in market. But tor ... ... do. Sugar ' .„. 28s. to 30s. per cwt. Tea ... 1b. 6d. to 2s. per lb. Soap ... ... 228. per cwt. Caudles ... by the box lOd. per lb. Bacon ... ... none in market. Live Guano ... ... £5 per ton Bunbuky, May 2.1, 1888.

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OUR CITY LETTER. PERTH, June 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

OUR. CITY LETTER. (From Our Correspondent.) ? Pkrttt, June 7th. From the surrounding districts, York, Newcastle, Beverley, from the North West and the Greenough I hear encouraging reports of farming operations. Ploughing and sowing has been progressing favourably, the recent heavv rains giving ample !od portunities to farmers to push for ward their important labours, and I am confident that the ensuing season will be a profitable one to agricultur ists. I am sure your readers will be glad to hear such good news, seeing that the Southern. Districts are noted for their laud and farming areas, and they will no doubt rejoice that the season so far gives promise of being a re-productive one for the cultivators of the soil. ? ??..:? 1 hear from occasional visitors from your district glowing accounts of the productions of your farmers and fruit growers, of the vast amount of fruit etc., the land around |3unbury pro duces and 1 cannot but regret that there are not means of transit to this c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

QUINDALUP SAW HILL. W .ANTED — A competent man as Engineer and Saavshahp EtfEit. References required. Apply in first instance by letter, II. J. YELVERTQN. WANTED— Strong Teams for *T ? Log and Pile hauling. Also, — An experienced man as ?? Stoic Fit :md Engine Dim vkr and a few good Mill and -Bush Lands. : H. J. YELVERTON. :? — NOTICE — ANY person found trespassing on iny runs without my leave will be prosecuted. /W. A. G. 'WALTER. Tanjaneiiup, Lower Blackwood, - ? June 6th, ,1888. Shoeing ! Shoeing ! ! /p REAT T- EDUCTION IN VTEEAT JX SHOEING :— 4'/6 per set for Cash and 5/- booked. I3y a first-class band. C. L. HAPTIE, Caledonian Works, .', ' Bunbury. MOTIOE. A MEETING of those interested will be held at the Eose Hotel on Satueday next, June 16th, at 7'80 p.m. to consider the advisability of holding a PLOUGHING MATCH at a suitable date, and electing a Com mittee to prepare and carry out a programme and collect funds for the purpose. D. A. HAY. Bunbury, June 9th. TJSENDERS wanted b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

-3RATEFUL—coM;irbirriNa-' BftiAKFAST. *'Bvn.; thorough knowledge of ilie niitiiyal . Jaws which govdr'n.tihu'opomtiuns ol' dij,e.siit'iv and nutrition, find by a c.u-eful jip--lii-ii!iun of the fine properties' of well-ai-leofa-tl coi.-ufl, .Mr. 3Cppa Tins- prodded our breakfast tab'os with a dulicaU^.v-l'ttvour.-d' beverage which niiiy Save us Difihy heavy doctor's bills. It is by the judicious' life of such art.it les of diet that a -'onstitutii-ri! may be butlh up until strong dnough to msisfc'any t.-idem-y to tiiseasc. Bundi-ecl3 of subtile maladies avo lluatmg wound us ready to attack -wljc'vcvor 'there is a weak-' point. We -may escape many u fatal ?shaft, by keeping ourselves well fortiiud with pure blood and a properly nourished frame.' -—See a'rtifle in the Ci-ml Semi e Gazelle. JJade i-i ri] \y with boiled water or milk. Sold in ill) packets by Grocers labelled:— JAS. EPPS & CO., JIOAKEPATHJC CHEMISTS. LONDON, EJSTGLA.ND. A, J- CASTLEDINE, t/cil P'llkUX ^y JJ ULXit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

\ ? ! ? ^ - - B.BGS'to'fhnnik't'heiiahri-bitHD't'S mf Bridgetown and the Blaekwood District for 'their support during 'the -l.Mst 15 yearn, while he hns been in the IBoot 'trade, -and in ;iufonn ttK-m that he Inu? now opened hit? NEW tf-riENiERiliL STOKE, w-bere -all kind* ut' merchandise can be obtained u.t reasonable -pricuu. i 0 1 D 0 N HO US b, ?BRIDGETOWN. '(Opposite the Show Grounds,) rITo the Inhabitants of Bnnbury and siirroimiHng districts,— —NOW as (TH.12 DIME TO, ? 'Mtfke *'-«*» JBiirelia^s. ? LOMOI JB@ESJE Ts now. open .again where; is shower the: largest, i .lie WiSt.ai:.ct lest selected s£ock.,oi' e7er-blio,wa ia the colony,.. cpn^istiag. of !i[Drapery, i ' .-Millinery, ! .Mantles, :' ' .Ulbters, ' .-.Blankets, : jPlannelp, \Winter-Stiits, Overcoats, ' iFur.niture, ? Pianos, ?Organs, ? \Watche.B, i 'Jewellery, ? ? ' *\:&c.y &c.,-M. ' .. AH1-. the-, above- a.ye cU-rect' -fvotxv the ?-Kianufacture-r.8,-;b(-Migh{;-.iV--K (v.aah. . MA;KE s-M/fcR ! TORCI.VA ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

W JLw UwJL JL&y g^ y J. *W w tU- Ji«aP -ULJL3, ^ MLJL ¥ a Proprietor. rj^HIS old established house has been taken by the undersigned JL 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. r 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 buightest ale. The stabling is efficient under the supervision of an experienced and attentive ostler. Best feed provided. Alex. FofbeS, Bunbury.' ? / JliHg HoII djIlUL JuLillUI ICBfU. Wheelwright &a...

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VASSE NOTES. May 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

VASSE UOTES. (FlJOM OlTB COBRESPONDENT.) May 28th. The result of last Monday's elect ion in Perth, carries with it one great lesson for Constituencies throughout the colony and that is, the great power of the working clasps, if Uded unitedly. For my own part, I do not consider the Perth electors have made a wise choice in sending at the present juncture of affairs such a man as Mr. Horgan to represent them. Mr. Burt has had many years experience and training as a colonial politician and had it not have been for the part taken by him in the recent embroglio, doubtless he would have headed the poll on Monday last. Still his part experience should have been placed to his credit. In Mr. Horgan we have comparatively, a stranger, one without any previous training politically, and one, judging from his address to the citizens of Perth, without any very clearly defined views. But the o?ie lesson which should be well weighed is the great power held by the working man, and as this fact is mad...

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BRIDGETOWN NOTES. June 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

BRIDGETOWN NOTES. (From au occasional correspondent.) June 4th. The autu nn this year has been the most favourable season for the settlers that has been experienced for many years. The rains have been just as they were wanted, moderate with warm weather intervening. This has caused feed to be more plentiful this year now than it was last year in August. One of the most successful seasons is therefore anticipated. Ploughing is in full swing and a large acreage is already sown. The draw back of early frosts has not been ex perienced and altogether a brighter prospect is before us of a bountiful harvest. On Thursday week a tea meeting and Concei't was held in the Mechanics' Hall, Bridgetown, in aid of the funds for the expenses of the Church of England clergyman for tlie Black wood. The various trays were pro vided as- follows : — The Misses Moul ton and Miss Mitchell, Mrs Smith, Mrs. Blechyndon, Mrs. H. Doust, Mrs. Hester and Mrs. Allnutt. Mr. Steere instead of his family providing co...

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The Advertiser. Nihil sine Labore. JUNE 12th, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

Nihil sine Lahore. JUNE 12th, 1888. Among- the Government White Elephants mny certainly be classed the Yasse jetty. That structure has been built at great expense and only re quires a. few pounds further expenditure to make it ade quate for the requirements of the port. The steamer Rob Hoy now moors alongside, al though bollard piles or moor ing places are wanting. She has still to discharge into lighters, as the mils are not laid along the new extension for the trucks, so that the whole arrangement is very much like a farce, except so far as the landing of passen gers is concerned, which is certainly more convenient on the jetty than from a sailing boat. Captain Irvine inform ed our representative on Sun day night that if the Eussel ton jetty had the same facili ties for mooring as Bunbury (even though the latter are in Cumplete) he would be able to take his vessel alongside ill any weather all the year round. This being the case it- is rather too bad that such a costly work should...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

UNRESERVED SALE OF — CHOICE BUILDING LOTS— By Public Auction. JAS. H. DIXON is instructed to sell by Publie Auction WITHOUT ANT RESERVE at Rose Hotel, Bunbury, on SAT URDAY, JUNE 30, at 4 p.m. sharp, 4 Blocks of Land, Full quarter acre each, at junction of the Vasse and Blackwood Road ad jacent to the proposed site of Bays water and Busselton Railway Station. Mats' Road Fhontages, No filling up required, No clearing. required, Good dry soil, Water easily. obtainable. GRAND BUILDING BLOCKS) AT NOMINAL PRICES; AND easy terms; Upset price, — £25 per Lot/ 20 per cent. Cash. Approved? Bills balance. ,-, No Interest. — — Ko Beserve. Title,—' Transfer of. Land Act.' Further particulars of.: Jas. H. MXON.

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

1,0 nil $Ufcjg, -.- Boots and Shoos, a large consign ment oi: which have just arrived from England, are selling cheap at M. Hay & Son's Store. — [Adyt.] A. description of Nelson Grange; and of Bridgetown,- together with seme country correspondence are crowded out of this issue, but shall appear in our next. : ?:?? Ax error inadvertently occurred iii our report of the 'Wellington Turf Club meeting last week, when .the amount of liability was stated at £24 7s. 9d., but it should have been £54 7s. 9d. The next usual monthly meeting of the Wellington Roads Board will be held on Saturday, May 30th at 11 a.m., when the question of striking. a rate will be considered. This seems to be a most absorbing topic amongst, the settlers just now and there appears to be a good many in favor of a land tax. ? The farce, 'At Cross Purposes ' is lo be given again at the Mechanics' Institute on Friday, with a change in the cast of characters, JVlr. C. Spencer is to take the part of Henry Thornto...

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BUNBURY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

BUN BURY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual monthly meeting of the above Council was held in the Me chanics' Institute on Monday evening, June 4th. Present : E. M. Clarke, Esq., Mayor, Councillors Caporn, Moore, Woodrow, Banting, Lowe, and Dr. O'Meehan. The minutes of the last meeting having been; read and confirmed, the following accouutsjwere then passed :— The Auditors, £1 Is.; J. Berry, fur carting marl, £21 15s. 3d.; H. A. Fowler, day work, £6 18s.; F. Ashwell, Printing, '£1 7s.; A. Sut terage, day work, £2 17s.; J. A. Flood, carting limestone, £5 6s. 6d.: Chas. Norwood, day work, £5 2s ; W. Spencer & Sou, £2 18s. 6d., for re moving marl from Mangle & Go's, prnnt at 6d. per cubic yard ; Joseph Wi son, lamp repairs, I8s.j J. Hall, watjes, £6 LH$. There was some l;ttle discussion with reference to paying 6d. per cubic yard for marl to Mangle & Co. and the JVTavor explained that as it was reduced £rom lOd. to 6d. the Council would do well to let the mat* ter rest...

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