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Correspondence. TOADYISM. TO THE EDITOR Southern Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

C0r«3p0ntmue; TOADYISM. To the Editob Southern Advertiser. Sir, — When I read the local items in last week's issue of your paper, I must say I was surprised to, find that you are rather inclined to do a little toadyism. I. refer to the paragraph relating to John Horgan. You say as much as that he is a turncoat, but you do not let us know in what way I have known him for five years and he is the same now as then. I do not stick up for one more than ancther, but 1 do think that if the new rags of the colony were to do less predicting, what people will be in years to come and study more what will benefit the colony at large and each paper study the advancement of the various dis tricts in which it circulates, the bet ter their subscribers will like them, so that if you take a little heed for the well-being of your paper, (which is gaining favor every day,) you will have nothing to do with either advo cating the Government or Radical members. When any paper begins with either politics o...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

W A N T E I) , 1AA DOZEN' each KANGAROO ^^ and OPOSSUM SKINS weekly for which the highest market, price will bo given in Cask by AVal SPENCER & SON. Skin Paint given free of charge. Bitn'HURy, .Tune 1st. W. & Jc BOVELJU Wholesale Grocers and Importers, V Ann h Agents for Adelaide Steamship Co. Joseph Bovell, SHIP Mt HOTEL, Albert Street, V'a s s e . BEST ACCOMMO DATION. Finest Liquors. Billiards. Sample Rooms. £10 REWARD WILL be given by the undersign ed to any one, who shrill give ?information that will lead to the con viction of the person or persona who ?did wilfully break down my fence at Muddy Luke, near Minuinup, on or :nbout May ls-b hist. The above reward will also be pnid to anyone who ahull give informjibiou 'that will lrad to the conviction oi: any ?person or p'rsons .found trespassing -nr horse hunting at the Hooper's -Oully .Paddock. Bridgewnter. Any person.' found Duck Shooting; .Kangaroo Hunting or otherwise tres vpassing on any of my stations or runs,...

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TELEGRAMS. LONDON, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

TELEGRAMS.' LONDON, June 10. President Cleveland has been nom inated for re-election as President of the United States. Difficulties have arisen again be tween Turkey and Greece owing to the representatives o£ the two powers refusing to receive despatches. A Royal Commission of Defence has been formed of prominent mem bers of the House of Commons and of the Army and Navy. Nubar Pasha, the Egyptian Minis ter, has been dismissed. Riaz Pasha has been appointed President of the Council of Ministers. Orders have been issued by the Secretary of State for War for brig ading the volunteers with the regulars, with the object of facilitating the mobilisation of the troops in cases of emergency. The Imperial Government have de clined to assent to the Melbourne Mar ine Board Bill. Lord Knutsford has suggested some alterations which have been forwarded to the colony. The Italian Government are en deavouring to extend their territory North of Massowab in Abyssinia. The Australian Eleven played Ca...

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

JEWELLER, OPTICIAN, &c, FREMAN'ILE, 'fp VERY description of Jewellery made to order or ~ repaired on the shortest notice. Watches, docks and M sical Boxes promptly and skilfully repaired. Chronometers accurately rated.

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

P HINTED ENVELOPES, in all qualities, shapes and sizes, .also every other kind of stationary for priuting now in Btock at the office of. this paper. Orders executed with unrivalled neatness and despatch at current Perth prices. Fasiiio^ije.-Xwi.ok, Natal, Military, THIS NEW SYSTEM. Gents' Outfitter, Breeches Maker, jtfd Clkrical Tajlor, jo.**^ IUbit Maker, and Lajdi.-:s' Jacket Makes, X V^LEBR^ED JLllOWSEBS JwWi* ANI) V EST JMLaKER, MARKET STREET, ^/ , J\ W I L L I A M S FREMANTLE, W. A. «??«— i .., ? -i. ? -..I....I..... .I.IM.I.HM11.. ? i ? iMBiufWiiMiinMrtllfciiiniBTm !? ? [[??wnrarmnnillillllflllllilllllllli III Illl I'll INIIlllllllllllTliilIllffllfMIMHIIIIIWIIIMWMIWfflt^

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Marion's Masquerade. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 12 June 1888

Marion's Masquerade. ?«?———??-'? -— -- u? '? ? — ' (From: as American Periodical.) 'Vincent, are you in love with Miss Deverue?' ' No, sir ; decidedly not !'. 'No? Well, you needn't be so forcible in your denials. One would suppose you were trying to convince yourself of that fact. ' Vincent Uualoner ?flushed, and bit bis under lip. ' She is too frivol us, 'he said, in a moment, anxious to continue the sub ject, and )ret speaking with an airy in difference, as though it wa:.s but pass ing Interest to him. 'Yes?' interrogated his friend, lazily puffing smoke into foamy rings. ' But you wouldn't want a wife that made a nun of. herself, would you? You're rather lively yourself, my boy. ' 'So I. am ; and I like to see a woman who onjuys society. But 1 want her to once in a while be capable of an earnest thought — a desire and ambition tor Homething beyond dress and breaking hearts. In short — ' ' In short, Miss Deveruo does not suit you,' finished Larry Darol, jump ing up, and flinging ...

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Bunbury Local Court. (Before W. D. COWAN, ESQ., R.M.) M. Hay & Son v M. WALLER CLIFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

Buntury Local Court. (Before W. D. COWAN, Esq., li.M.) M. Hay & Son vM. Waller Glutton. Claim £19. Gs. 3d. for goods sold and delivered . There was a set-off of £24 for an order on J. E, M. Clifton for 4 tous of chaff. Mr. J. P. Sisson appeared for the defendant. The set-off was heard first. . M. Waller Clifton sworn said: Prior to July last year I had some communication with Mr. David Hay with reference to some chaff and a greed to send' him 4 to.r.s to be deliver ed by my brother who owed me money I had some goods from the; plaintiff after this and when I received a letter from him, saying he, had not received the chaff, I wrote to my brother who wrote to me saying some of the chaff was delivered and the other would be in a few days. I. do. not know if the chaff was delivered or not, but my brother is here to prove delivery. I was in town to the Show last Novem ber, and asked the plaintiff if he would settle accounts. He said there is next to nothing coming to me and went ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

Victoria Street, Bunbury. Proprietor. fTlHIS old establislied bouse lias been taken by the undersigned JL r^'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 roomy 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 Mr nouncecl by those who taste it the best and brightest ale. The stabling is efficient under the supervision of an experienced and attentive ostler. Best feed provided. Alex. Forties, Bunbury. .EilJLSLUfSJLL cblLVL J^lllf^l ivsctiJUL y Wheelwright & Blacksmith, Contractor and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

^^Storekeeper & Bootmaker, BEGS to thank the inhabitants of Bridgetown and the Blaclnvood District for their support during the last 15 years, while he ]v\» been in tht Boot trade, and to inform them that he has now opened his NEW G-ENELIAL STORE, where all kinds of. merchandise can be obtained at ?reasonable prices. Highest price given for Kangaroo Skins. LONDON H 0 U S b , BRIDGETOWN. (Opposite the Show Grounds.) To the Inhabitants of Bunbury and surrounding1 districts,— ? NOW IS THE TIME TO ? Make YOtjR Purchases. LONDON HOUSE 'Is now open agiiin where is shown the largest, -.jieweat arid lest selected stock of Winter Goods ever shown in the colony, consisting of Drapery, .Millinery, Mantles, Ulbtera, Blankets, Plannels, ^Vinter Suits, ..Overcoats, ? ? 'furniture, pianos, v 'Organs, ? -'Watches, 'Jewellery, -l'&e.,:&c.,.)&c. I All the above are direct from .the ^manufacturers, bought, for, Gash. ': MAKE YOUR PURCHASES, NOW IS THE .'TIME. JOHN E. HA...

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

ijmiHU^''Ot^c.;e^U' MailB.closejttfejBunbury Po^tOlli0e,a8f611p\ys :-. i' Fpr PtfrPlif,' &c'.'.'Mond:iy& and-Thuradays at .: lO.'lO a,n». ../.j,...,.- ,;:?: y Jf ?.?...?:?,- .' For Vasse/ j^c. . T.ues.dnys, and . Fridavs.at ,'; 3;Spp^n., ' / ' .' ' ,J( ?.'?,.,. ' . ' ''. .. For Black wood, &c. Wednesdays ,at 6.a.x^i. .For. Europe, India, Chin* and Australian: Colonies per s. s. Rob Roy ,ab 6 p.m. this evening. S'or Perth, &c, per s. s. Albany about 'Fri- day next. ' '

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COUNTRY NEWS. DARDANUP, JUNE 12TH. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

COUNTRY NEWS. DARDANUP, June 12th. Tit.e weather for some time past has been very boisterous, accompanied by thunder and lightning at intervals. 'We have had very regular and heavy rains from the commencement of the season,, and the ground is now in first class condition for the plough. Pann ing operations are in full swing, throughout the district. Having recently made a tour of a large portion of the settled parts of this district I was afforded the oppor tunity of making a personal examin ation of many new farms and I was pleased to see in many instances that an enormous amount of improvements had been effected and some under very adverse circumstances. Chief among those worthy of mention is the estate held by Mr. James Busher, jr., which is situated close to the locality known as Quindarup, and a distance of about 18 miles from Bunbury. The entire block consists of' 600 acres of which about 250 acres are partially clear with- one field- containing about 60 acres with- not a tree...

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DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

[?] ?«V--A-i?0'i!ii®K. Amateur, -Dmmatie -.En?: ter: tiviii,yi«iifc\yas gtvieir-in' the.Mechaii« ias',;Jji^iteui^pitv 1'xiday . evening. la*'.t^ The attendance £: was ^ rather :mea£jrej but had the public anticipated /.the treat, in- atorei ;Jor them itv would no ilpuJbit have beeii. -better; -i .:?:??.: 11 ? --'i^i V.The : .first pant : of %A-ho a progra mine. was a 8ceue:froin:.Nj.cUola»:^i»kleby; where the fussy old widow and lier daughter are having a little confiden tial talk, in the gapden, when they are interrupted by the mad old gentleman who makes love to the dame and talks a lot of eloquent nonsense and ogles; the ladies from over a.'gar tleu wall till he is. finally removed by his keeper, ? Mivis Purnpll took the 'part of Mrs. Nickleby, which, she act ed very well indeed, but the character did not. ftuit her as well as in former pieces in whichshe appeared on the Bunbtiry stage. Miss Niokleby was very correctly rendered by jfytiss :Mab-- 1 el Rose, and Mrs. C. Rose acted,...

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Shipping PORT OF BUNBURY ARRIVALS. June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

;:;;||t:p^;iiVQ:r:;;::'; , .' '' .? !' ARRI^AXS.'''': ?'.'?.'? ..':~*v .S.ppT« AFStB^i'TAN, , rstiiainepi 7GP;-tQtis,i Laurie, Master, froin.Fremantla. l'a^sepgere for. Bunbury ^— MijsS Kaili aii^l Mr. tilierjoc^. .,? :' ? ??.- ?. . _.= .,? J^ine 1,7^ .:? ? . i; ... Tijeresa, sphoiQiier, Reid,' Master, frpni Vassj}. I'as.senger forJBimbur.y :— Mr. Klldton.: '::; :...-.... .?rpBPAETOB'Iia,:.^..--'- \:i--x ' :.- :.ii:'--.. ::?':? -.- jtiifo-ia.- ?-- ?-/»? f.'-*--^ . - ? ' South Australiax, ateatuetv ; !i^00 - ton's.; Laurie, M!istnr.,ior. Adelaide .and Mb^Uouilie ipa -Yasse aii*d.^k)bany. . Passengers from Bun,-, burj t-r-^Mossra. S.llutton aud. P. JPenn., ,.„

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

Boots and Shoes, a large consign ment of which have just arrived from England, are selling cheap at M. Hay & Son's Store. — [Advt.] JOSEPH HOUGH, BUTCHER, VICTORIA STREET, BUNBURY. None but the ^^0*f meat supplied. All Accounts to be settled Monthly. JTashioxnable Tailor,' 'NAVAir^frrasS^ TUB. NEW SYSTEM. Gents' Outfitter, Breeches Maker, and Clerical Taller, l~.7'~ -3* s& ,5 **-£?£)? Habit Maker, and Ladies' Jacket Maker OnLEBRATED jLrOWSERS ' ?^^^ ' AND' VEST~ JAjLAKER, MARKET^S^UET, ^ ♦ F . WILLIAMS FREMANTLE, W. A. ' ? ~~- ' -???'' ' '

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VASSE NOTES. June 13th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

VASSE HOTES. . (Feom Oue Correspondent.) June 13fch. On Friday last oro of oar most re spected inhabitants and one who has been connected with the district from her birth succumbed to cancer on the liver, in the person of Mrs. John Bab baee Locke, relict of the late John Babbage Locke of Lockeville. The de ceased lady, was daughter of Mr. George Layman, one of the earliest settlers and sister to Mr. George Lay man, M. L. 0. and of Mrs. John All-: mitt. The family of the deceased are well and widely known throughout the colony and are highly respected and deep sympathy is felt for tiietn in. their sac bereavement. The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon last and was must numerously attended, all wishing to puy their last mark of respect towards one, who in lite had gained and held the estimation of all.; The deceased lady was 52 years of age at the time of her death. . .-:? At the Police Court on Saturday last James Savage was summoned for u'siiigabuvsive language to P. 0. Clem-' ...

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Notes from Pinjarrah. June 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

:;3Iptes from1 ? Pmjarrah. ; rJ[If*P!aai-an/rpQcasio(nal! correspondent*) ? rt'.iviji'j;,'/. iCi O'.K'v'.;-;.-; ?.;-?' .'??'?'?? :::?!:?-.:; ., -.-:',-?? y.-.- .;. = ;??!'? ;,'?: ;v: June.lSjt;. I ?v ?.;yjS:E$?ssh.k*KR- publishers ; it' may. Be (fciip posed was a.rule '.find itr& ? difficult ? matter. when first :8endiivgt heir, publi cation -f orwjarot ;.to- the world to i nspi re ..iti.wiith; reading matter: suflicienfe to satisfy: the; public mind and in a small: pHa.ce li He iBunbary the task icau he fio. . vsa'fy. one indeerh However the public have as a rule a kind of patriotic leaning toward the difficulty for the firrtt few iBOn'tTis,- but afterwards that ?-ft-elii'¥g contracts and U';ey expect to ; -sibei'ai little ^rmprovenient, or as they . uiouidf isay. to. get- a: litte more for their :iiiioney; bAt-thiw time if a like pat Y ifriiit'mn. wouM s pri tig; up amongst the1 sitfttlers. they could send' forward ai j^iriod uleal-of .useful information' -for ^ , |iuWifta...

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Nelson Grange. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

Kelson Grange. About S miles from Bridgetown, in a southerly direction, situated at the head of the Q.uaggermirup Brook, three miles from where it empties itself into the Blackwood, is one of the fin est orchards in Australasia. In 1S65 Mr. John Allnutt took up 40 acres of land at this spot, which lies in a very fertile gully, a 'small stream of perm anent crystal water running through it. The site was unrivalled for an orchard of large demeusions, as it was protected from the cold, blustering winds of autumn and winter by hills all. round, and the soil being a dark chocolate loam of rich fertilising pro perties, with clay subsoil, the place presented a very suitable spot for growing fruit of every variety. The clearing was heavy and it has taken 23 year/3 of hard labor and great ex pense to make the 35 acres of orchard and vineyard which is now the result of Mr. Alluutt's exertions. In the midst of the ''forest primeval ' this beautiful oasis amidst the desert of jarrah and red gum...

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BRIDGETOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

BRIDGETOWN. This pretty little country township lies nestled in the hills on one jof the valleys running clown to the Black wood River. It is 61 miles from Bun bury and is the centre of the Blaek wood District. Coining in from the Bunbury Road after passing a few cottages, 1 ho Police Station, Post Office and Mechanics' Institute are seen on the left hand, with Mr. Moulton's store opposite. The Police Station is a comfortable brick building with a room doing duty as Court House, where Dr. J. A. G'Meehan attends as Police Magistrate on the last Thurs day iu every month. Serjeant John Bovell is the Clerk of the Court and constable -in charge. The Post and Telegraph Office is a 7iew building with even* comfort for the telegraph ist. The rooms are commodious and niry, and the public room in front is completely shut off. from the rest of the house, : .-communication with the operating room being carried on by a sliding Window. The living rooms are five iu number and the whole form a ? mo...

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TELEGRAMS. LONDON June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

-^^¥m% MS;:\ ; LpNpok. June 12. ','... ?inconsequence pi the very s'erious r%^|i3sli bt 'the IJinperbr. Frederick 'of GtU-'muny-the Pwnce of'Wiifes'an'd his party have abandoned their* uaual. wisit to _ the (Ascot Race, A1eetii|g,.j^New;8 received in ,'London at 6 o'clock, from Berlin states that the bad svm'ptbms of the Emperor's complaint nave iii creased and the worst is feared. .A later report gaye.out that.liis ^laje^ty was dead . June 13. The Emperor is now. unable to swal low, and it has been found necessary to inject his food. The greatest dis may is being displayed throughout Germany and: in England, at the ex tremely grave turn which the Emper or's malady has taken. ; The CroWn, Princp Frederick, who has been .con ducting state business during; the ab sence of his royal father from- Berlin, has1 left for Potsdam. ' '?' : '';':;. '' $'£!:&&* Bulletins are now being constantly issued* and the receipt of hews of the Emperor's coudition is awaited every where w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

GRATEFUL— COMFORTING- BPPS^COCOA, BREAKFAST, ''By a tiioroujih knowledge of vlu- nnt-|iv:il laws wliioh govern (.in1 operations of digest ien diifi niih'iliur., and by a ('.'ireful npplica'iun of the lino properties of wcll-si-Wcted coco:i, Vi:. !IC])pa li.'is provided our breakfast liib'es wjt!i a delk-ateiy-lhivouivd bever;i»e which may stive us many heavy doctor's hills. It' is b y the judicious u.ce --i' such articles of die I'- Hint a (lonsiifulion mny ho built-up until strung enough to resist any tendency to. c-Iisonse. Hundreds of subtile null idies art! lloatni' around us ready to attack wherever ihere is a weak' point. We may escape n any a fatal phal'l'. by keeping ourselves wo!l fortified with pure bloud and a properly nourished frame.' ' —See article in Mm Ciiu.l Xerni e Gazelle. Miu'o simply with boiled \vr.tcr or. milk. ~| ?old in |1Ij packets bv Grocers labelled: — J JAS. EPPS & C0.5 b MOMTKl'.VrillO CHKMISTS. _ ? LONDON, O GLAND. ? J Bridgetown Store. A. W. M...

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