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The Advertiser. Nihil sine Labore. JUNE 19th, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

: NiJkil -fine Lahore. . . ..-',;.... June -i9th ]' -itm. .,..' I]; -Y ^lus colony seems still' far oj^. No one attempts ^P deny that the majority of the colonists are in favour of a pliailge in the constitution, but there seems to be a certain section a£ the ? CQaimnnity:: -^lio are putting eterjr '?? olMrtictibn^tt 'the way.; Because forsooth, a radical i3,,;ele^t(^t ^ncivxber ipf the Legisiafev-e 'Oouncii ifl; op position1 to ; atf; jexji^rf^ri^ed' politician a petition to,,t he Sec retary of State ? if pr ttie C^lon ies nuist be got up praying that' I'tesponsible ' Government ;be ^not grantecl' at .present icjr Western Australia. -Tne m-. suit: of the Perth electioik can influence the''- l^outhe/tii'^IMs- i ? jtrlc if ]] ii t % ttle^ Xinless,i]fc ' 'may j $#?'.?})$??: the anii- Responsible: .Go veynmeiifc' petition reft^red ito vv^hicli liii^lf ^ jy6?sibly ? delay ^h^VHv^hedrM:.. ^oi^tili^ional (iluiii^e,. TUe {action: of- these lne.niQi'ialists is very: ill advised at^dHs^ta^eV...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

That; Xmppyted «Su.fj:oUi. Pun^h Stallion., HIR .GKOFFRE.t- WILIj stand for- the season, : at D^iidan \jb Paiik for a limited number, pt' mares, only. Early application is n. pessary. ' / ' .$E;#]p £4 E;* Cft MARE,. .,,. Good padclPPks provided at ^ (i.d. -!per week:; (groom's, fee 2s. tid: $Y;er.y . pare, taken but -no responsibility/ v- , ... Mares pa yet tie na^d fo.r hef orp \\\ey are talsen away. . . . ? ?-?????? ' . .-J: $ffi&K^$AR:h&&. : ' i Daiiwanl'p Pa^k, June l(J,th. 3^g Coming f iftn, . ; ' ?;'? ;hid. T 'A .???-?.. -.. - -.'yflVl'. 3J^ 11 ELD IX THE fEMFLlM HALI,, ?MO^fetY, July '2nd, at ' 330 . p.m. ^|jfpiiB Tjok$t£ 2s. 6d. Double Tickets 4s# \Ladios iu Coatpjn^ aii$ Chqrqcter, Half price. &.&$ I Ce;S;;; 'Will'bti- given for the Be?t .WAtfeiNG PpupiE and'B?sx' Got up Costume in ' ? ... ' '^IJ^BACTEE. .Jpljs? CLASS MUSIC!'' ?5'':f.': BEJFEESHME^TS'FEEE. ^£0 Reserved Chaies . on platform for ?jJady^Bjiectators qt Is. 6d. each. , Lad...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

;^f-xi*r.-^tfo,**:' .. TiiE:;vfetter 'of ^d Seller'* 'on ;a liand' Tax and othej; ^ha^teVis crowded out of this issue, But f hall appear in : our next, . ; -; _' ; ^. E. Beading; of Birmingliam Hioiise, Bunbury, has reduceil tKe priqe of hfe flour 'froni 27s. to 26s. per bag, h'otii this date.— (AtoyT. . ' , . ', ' KiL^GAKOO arid ©posstim Skins ; wanted 300 dozen ;of e^ach 'per wee.^,; Highest market prices 'given. Casn!; VF*. -Pro'sser, Buivbury v'and' Va'sH©^ ^[iA.iJVT:]'v:i;v-v--Hl ??? '-'V'l^^j^ '? At the Police Court '6W- Satftirida3T bef ore W. l)v Cowan, - Esq. JR, Mv W Thomas .Kavward Et*q.. J v Ptj for^diW orderly conduct in the public streets ?W. Tyrrel was sentenced to one mon th's imprisonment. .?.!..?;;:; . .... A^suti&Es^iQN; ;ha»;^ befen.^vn-ad^v;^O; form a Company to reclaim the rw$mb;|-; o n ? t he so ut h ?. ea,s t of ?-t h e .tow ii (iand 3Yorfc:-th!e.:j$.u:ui^^ if...tho,.(;7(.-y.ern:ment uou;id ;.be. induefed: Xo. lut.it be Used . .-. :? ?'??..' ,.:';;?? ...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

Wellington Turf Club: HpHE adjourned half yearly meeting .1. of the above Club' wili be held at the Wellington Hotel, Bunburv, on SATURDAY, June 30th, at '2 o'clock. Business: — To consider the financial state of the Club and the, best means of liquidating the liability., D. A. HAT, Hon. Sec. Bunbury, June 16th. ^QUINDALUP SAW MILL. WANTED — A competent man as-. Engineer and Saw-shaki?-. ener. References required. Apply in first instauee by letter, 11. J. YELVERTON. WANTED— Strong Teams for- K Log and Pile hauling. Also, — An experienced man as Stoker and. Engine Driver and a few good Mili*. and Bush hands. H. J. TELVERTON. NOTICE. v J\ NY person or persons found 'hunt- ?*?*' ing or trespassing on the Du diugillup Run on and after this date, will be prosecuted. JOSEPH MORTIMER, pro H. BROCKMAN. - Dudingillup, Lower Black wood-r May 28th 1888. ; Horse and Stock Owners Can Insure against all RISKS in the Horse Owners Mu tual Insurance Co. LIMITED. D. A. HAY, Local Agent.

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

!r JEWELLER, OPTICIAN, M Pai^MANJLE, Tp VERY description of Jewellery made to order or 'CJ repaired on the shortest notice. Watches, Clock3 and Miucal Bok33 promptly and skilfully ..... repaired. Chronomsters accurately rated.

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

w a ifi e d , i On ^OZEN -each TC A N0 A W- 0 iUU and OPOSSUM 8KI/NS weekly for which the highest Hia-rket sprite will he gtv.en ;in aJasij ;by W^.:SPJE^0EE(fcSO^, .. S'kin P.aint given free of charge.. B unbujiy, .Tune 1st.. w..& j. boyell, Wholesale Grocers and Importers, Agents for Adelaide Steamship Co. Joseph Bovell, SHIP &t HOTEL Albert Street, Vas s e . [BEST ACCOMMO DATION. Finest Liquors. Billiards. Sample Rooms. WILL be given by the unrlprsign ed to any one, who shall give : informatioji tliiit will lead to. 'the, conr viction .of. the person or persons who did Wilfully break dmvji my fence at, '. Mudcjy: Lake, near Mm n in up', , 'on. or about1 Mny.lSc ihist. ' . , : The' above'lreward. will also be. paid., to a ny one who 'sliji'l 1 'give i rif or mafcion ' that, will lead to the 'conviction of any person or persons foiiiu;' trespassing, -- or horse hunting at. the. Hooper's * Gully Paddock, .Bridgevyaier. , Any person found Duck; Shooting, Kangaroo Hunti...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
OUR CITY LETTER. PERTH, JUNE 14th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

[?] (FiOM-?'-Q:UU CoiiltESPtiNDENT.) PKR-rFp-June 14th: There is a dearth of news in the metropolis of West Australia at the present moment, trade is exceedingly quiet, and the general verdict is that the affairs ot-the colony' are. at a very low ebb. The long-lookedrfor revival has not yet arrived, and. the prospects at pri s^nt are as dull and retrogressive as even* they have been. Whatever commercial transactions that have besn recorded are only of a routine nature, and many complaints are made by retailers of the depression surrounding the colony. Winter is now upon us yet storekeepers state that purchasers are very lax. in com ing forward for their winter materials, the consequence being that very small orders have been sent home or to the : other,. colonies. : i . : , (lluinour. has been busy with .the Mid laird Hai 1 way Scheme, and a'state ment gained currency 'that the work oii; .the- project was to be immediately resumed. 1 find however that it Was; a mere canard -and that...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 19 June 1888

AriRvST class Shaeing and iVgisir cultural Smith.. Constant em ployment and krn-»-l W-i^s %o a steady jflan. -Apply by letter to ::.?-►? ? : ' . ^OLYPI^EMTjSv '? ??'?;?? '???'??'; :(:ar(3Cifth!^0/Op.ce;:'

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 26 June 1888

CKICMET; The fallowing sum the batting rn;l bowling averages' o£ the Bunbury Cricket Club for the season 1887- '8:8- : i R. W, Lo.w0 M 4 41 163 16-3 SV H, McRowt 8 § 40 n ll-U g,- E. Speuceu 9 2 26 1,7, II? Atthur Nort.li g % 15 55 11 T. VV. Paisley 8. 2 15 6* 10 ?$ 1JV- North 11 1 30 101 10-1 Cfcorloa William* 10 1 50' 117 7'12 H. Mitchell 15. 4 17 8.5 7'8 \Y. Spencer 11 X 19 71 7'1 F. Ash well ia 1 16 57 6 3 Qwen Hough 8, Q 12 51 6'3 C, Morgan 5 1 13 24 6 J. Randell % 1 12- 34 5' 4 Walter Hislop 8 17 22- 3;1 Gr. Teede, junior, 5 Q 5 10: 2 C, H. Spencer 7 _} 5. 18 3'3 dK M, Williams 8 3 9 25, 4-1 BOWLING s Wickets Runs Ayer^ge. H*rrj North 45 172 3-8? F. MeRw U 143 4-38 O, Williams 40 27,2 6/8 G-, Tsede, ji\ a 41 4-55 0. Morgo,u 14 75 5'53 The President of the Club, JV£i\ Cowan,, is presenting a hat to the highesL scorer for the season, which will fall to the lot of R. W\ I^owe.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 26 June 1888

TV A N T E I) , |Aa DOZK^ p.ieli KANGAROO LvXJ iUV] OPOSSOuVE SlvLXS 'A'celfly for which 1 lie highest; nYarkpli jprit-e will bo given- in. Cash by 'W^. SPE^EE & SON. Skin Paint given free- of charge-. Ijuxttuiir, .Tune 1st. W7&$. BOVBLLy ' Wholesale. Grocers and Importers* vASSE ? il kJ kJ -JLJ O' . Agents for Adelaide Steamship Co. Joseph Boyell,.. SHIPMtHOTEL, Albert Street* BEST ACCOMMO DATION. Finest Liquors* Billiards* Sample Rooms.. C-a* Js- Vy JL^-^-J * s J. _&.? JL it1 .£_/ WSi/fi be1 ^'giveff by flip undersign ed lo jiny one, \vlio shall give information that will load to the con viction. --l: the- person- or persons* who rtifl wilfu'l.y uretik down' my fence at Muddy bike, i.enr Minninu-p,- oil or jiboul Muy !xi; Inst. . - The above re \v Aril will a'-lso iSe. paid to ontoiu1 who shall-niyo ir.fo'r million that will lead U) the conviction of any 'person or p- rsons fonnr1 tn^pMPsiiui uv horse hiintiiiu; at the Hooper's' Gully Tiiddoek, Bridge water...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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SEED POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 26 June 1888

SEED POTATOES. ' Where doctors differ who can de cide?' $ome very intelligent garden ers advise that potatoes should be cut to provide sstts for planting. Some say that this is quite right, but you must put a little lime upon the wounds to prevent the tubes bleeding. Others say that tha potatoes must never be cut, and that it is right to choose all the small potatoes for planting out, whilst others again say that o.nly the largest and best potatoes' should be chosen; ''for,' say they, with some, apparent show of reason ' like pro duces like, and if you plant small badly-shaped and inferior tubers, what can you expect but a poor crop of the same character.' Now it is possible that the truth lies between;, the extremes, and that all the contes tants are right under certain circum stances. No doubt each one speaks from his own personal experience. One owns a piece of rather moist clay soil, and if he planted cut potatoes in such a place, perhaps the sett would ' bleed ' and be weakened...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 26 June 1888

* .-=??- ? — — — ? ? BREAKFAST. * By a tliOTOWgfr fcnowleslge &$ t-hf wafci'rniil Jaw* which govern fhe ogttruf him of digestion £i\-$ nutrition, and by rc careful nipplication of the fine properties of wcli-seted'.ed coeon,. Mr, Eppa has provi«1o«J our breakfast tnbl^s with & delicately -iltfix&ateil b-evemge ftlAdhf', may save us many heavy doctor's bills. It is by the judicious u?e of »ueh articles ®-f sfefci Shift a constitution* nifliy ho built, up until strong enough to resist amiy tendency to disease. Hundred's of subtile msakdies sire floating around us ready to atta'cK \fY\etvref tfrere is ft ?weak point. We may escape mftriy a fatal ; shnft by keepintg smraelvp well fortified -with pure blood ansk a pirepfevly Bmurished frame.' — Sfie article in Slvl- Ohtl Servi e Gazette, Made simply with- boiled water or milk. Sold in £lb jHsfrks-'S* fey Gtreeevs labe-llexls — JASi EPPS & CO.* ? LONDON, ENGLAND; ? Bridgetown Store, A. W. MOULTON, (jTenekal...

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Correspondence. THE PROPOSED LAND TAX. To the Editor Southern Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 26 June 1888

Corngpottbrnct THE PEOPOSED LAND TAX. To the Editor Southern Advertiser. Sin, — In the matter of a land tax to be considered at the next meeting of the Wellington Roads Board J. thought to have seen it commented on by this by a more: able pen than mine. I saw' ?,ri article in your paper in which the writer thinks it a very laudable thing for people to tax themselves. That may be the ease in some instances, Dut. why farmers should be taxed to make new roads throughout the colony for the general public and in order that people in towns should be able to get their sup plies cheaper without contributing to the roads I don't know. I maintain that no tax should be levied at all on land, not for some years to come at least, for I think that the farmers in this colony have enough to do to get a living. What with the heavy clearing that has to be done and the small return for their labour and the long distance produce has to be taken to an uncertain market I consider that if a tax is levied ...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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The late Emperor Frederick. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 26 June 1888

The late Emperor Francis. Tijrc announcement .of the death of the Emperor Frederick of Germany has been received with universal 'arid, profound regret a.nd some consterna tion. This soldier Prince during along military pareep endeared himself to all ranks of the ser-viee, and during his father's long reign he has well availed himself of his many .opportunities to prove that he was the right stamp of man to govern a great nation,' and he. has been so regarded by all classes a* mong the Teutonic races. During the latter months of Ms life he has 'been suffering from a painful., disease of the throat, which has baffled the world's most renowned physicians. But the patience with which he bore his ,a(JuEe sufferings and spirit he evinced in battling with a fearful1 ^dis- ease, while exciting the commiseration of his people enobled him greatly in their estimation, At the beginning of the present year his life was des paired of and it was thought he would not survive his aged father, who ho...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TELEGRAMS. LONDON, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 26 June 1888

TELEGRAMS. ? ^*i_s__ ? . ? LONDON, June 23. Mr. Dillon, M.P., has appealed a gainst the sentence imposed on him for inciting the tenants of Ireland but the sentence has been confirmed* The French journalists have been expelled from Germany for writing disrespectfully of the new Emperor. Dr. Zukertort, the celebrated c_4«88' player, is dead. The Australian cricketers defeated the All England Eleven by ten wickets. Mr. H. M. Stanley, the African ex plorer, is reported to have been takeri priso*jr by unfriendly tribes. He is wounded by an arrow and deserted by his followers. Major Bartellot ia go^ ing to his rescue and assistance. Mrs. Boucicaultj wife of the welt known actor, has got a divorc» from! her husband with costs. There are signs of a political critria, in Parliament. At a meeting of Con servatives the Marquis of Salisbury threatened to abstain from introduc ing any large measure if discipline was not maiutained by the party iir power. The Bight Hon. W. Hv Smith will resign t...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Advertiser. Nihil sine Labore. JUNE 26th, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 26 June 1888

Nihil sine Lahore, JUNE 26th, 1888, The question ?? What will make the colony go ahead?' lias been answered verbally on many occasions, but the same jog-trut pace is still persevered in and ther§ are somo who sa? that the good old fanner's pace is the best in the long run. That the colony is steadily progressing cannot be gainsaid, but that it is advancing at the rate which has characterised the career of the other colonies is by no means apparent. No doubt 'slow and sure- is bet^ terthan if fast and uncertain,' and in this respect Western Australia Lias followed the f'ortner maxim, and it is the ?steady plodder who has been most successf al, as indeed he deserves to be. Having been successful however and now b?;ing in an independent posi tion there is no reason why lie .should not spend what he can .spare of his hard-earned sav ings in such measures as are lilvely to enhance the value of his own property by outside influences, although' he way iao;t obtain any immediate di rect ret...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 26 June 1888

JEWELLER, OPTICIAN, -fec, FtlEMAN'JLE, TGfVERY description of Jewellery made to order or ' repaired on the shortest notice. Watches^ docks and Miuical B)X33 promptly and skilfully repaired. Chronometers accurately rate!

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 26 June 1888

Jl a t i Notice. Mails close at Cunbur^7 Post Office as follows :- For Perth, &o. Mondays and Thursdays at 10*10 a.m. For Vasse, &c. Tuesdays and Fridays at 330 p.m. Foi1 Blackwood, &c. Wednesdays at 6 a.m. For Europe, India, China and Australian Colonies' per s- s. Rob Roy at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 3rd. For Perth, &c., j-et b, s, Albany about Thursday next.

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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Correspondence. WELLINGTON TURF CLUB TO THE EDITOR Southern Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 26 June 1888

Comspgn&eiw, ________ QJ^. ________ W.ELLIN(-TO# TTJKF PLIJR To the B'ditou Southern Adpe^fi^er. Sir, — I see by your i$t*t issue that jthe Secretary of the Wellington Turf JL'lub has b.eeiv s,erve4 wjth a writ; fpr £50, being bjjlan.ee of \yiunings idijeto Mr. jGjr. 4... Towton. It is $ shame I hat such athjug as this should ban pen, but the Stewards ape to a certain extent fo blame. In the first place t'h(^ advertised prices tu an amount which did not leave any margin for subscriptions not paid. Again no tloubt numbers of those who promised to subscribe have failed to do so, and some of these are influenced by the fact that no balance sheet lias been published by the Club for some time. 1 don't mean to say that any one has the slightest suspicion that all moneys received have not been credited, but with an institution like a llace Club, wliiuh is supported by public subscrip tions the public most certainly have a right to know how the money is spent. 1 believe if a propel*...

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Shipping. PORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS, June 19. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 26 June 1888

Sijlpimtg, , ? : ? ??- ? r^ .. ? : POET OF BXJNBITItY. ARRIVALS, June 19. 'Rob' Rof,- sheamer, 39 1 tons. Irvine, Mas ter, from Kreinasiitte. Passougcra for Bun bury : — Ko'v. ).i. Bisdy, Rev. 1J. Thomas &ud Mr.' W.-. KotVie. Jiiive 22. AiiiA, schooner, 50 tons, Miller,' Master, from Frciuantlc. Stab of til r Soua'ri, ciitf er, 20 taus, Hough, Mastuf, from Guauo Islands. DEPiiRTURES, June 19. Rob Hat, steamer, 394 fons, Irvine, Mas ter, for Yasse a'nd Albany.- Passenger from Budbury :— Mr. Ellston. June 22. THJGifESA, Bchoonor, 50 tons, Re-id, Master, for Freumntle. Pftssungcr : — Air. F. Ashwell. June 24. Alma, scliooner, 50 tons. Miller, Master, for Vaastf.

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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