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OUR CITY LETTER. PERTH. June 21st. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 26 June 1888

UU£w Ulli ___£-_. i-u-TL (Fbom Oun Correspondent.) Pkbth, June 2lst. Your readers will be well acquaint ed with the discovery of coal made on the Donelly 'River, near Augusta, in your neighbourhood some time ago and I am pleased to have to record that yesterday afternoon the speci mens forwarded to Frernantle were thoroughly tested both on land and ou sea and can only be characterised as unqualified successes. It appears that Messrs. Ross and Preston, the fortunate discoverers of the coal, while prospecting in the neighbour hood found some geological depos its, in which was discovered a sub atance resembling pitch in colour and appearance, and upon being te-sted: was found to possess all the qualities of gas coal. Operations were contin ued and large supplies of the material were conveyed to Fremantle, and the first genuine trial took place yester day afternoon iu the Coffee Mills of Messrs?. Koss & Preston, Fremantle, in the presence of the leading mer chants, M.'sL.C. and ...

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

(JRAND JjASQUERADE J|iUjL ~VH.Lt HJi JIEI/D IX THE MONDAY* July 2nd, at S'30 p.m. SitfaiE Tickets 2s. Gd. Double Tickets 4s. Ladies in Costume and Character, Half price. PRIZES Will be given for the Best Waltzing Co'uple and Best Got vv CostctiMB in ClCJ:RiCTER. FIRST CLASS MUSIC REFRESHMENTS FREE. 20 Reserve!) Chaius oh platform for Lady spectators a'ti Is. 6d. each. Ladies and; Gentlemen intending to dress in character are requested ro send their names and desisriafiori of costunie-iii-e'haraeter be fore MONDAY next, JUNE 25th, to SI.- HAYES,. Promotes, d/o Floyd's Carriage WorkSj Bunb'ury. Respectability to be strictly adhered to. Ploughing Match. WEDNESDAY, JtTLt 25tn, Committee : Messrs'. !).? A. Hav,- (Chairman,) Joseph Hough, G-/ W. Floyd, H. J. Trigwell, Thomas Delaporte and C. J. Ashwell. J if jd flics : Thomas Marriott, Esq., senr.j W. .L Koborts, Esq., George 'Rich, Esq. APLptTd-HING MATCH will be held iii the ' vicinity of Mill Point on 'Wednesday, July 25th. at which Pr...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 26 June 1888

3L 0 c a t $ttkt. Kan.oaro.o and Opnssnm Skins 5 wanted BOO d often of oach per \veek# Highest- market prices given. Cash. W. WjiosseK) Bunbury nnd'Yasse. — [A DVT.] ' I Teitlt so far we iwe having a fir season- |^r the farmers. The rain ha^ been s^iScve^ty 'with fine weather -in tcrre^ni;ngif.;-,;JPhe!-:fro8ts- have been ligh1 aiid'iiHW^a^p|t/^d.if.piJesent.promis es are fulfilled a boanitiiful harvest is anticipated.. So far the following notices of the characters have been given for the Masquerade Ball to-be held on Mon day next v- — Eat boy,, the Dernan, Old, English Gent, Punch,. Sambo, Soldier, Sailor; Aboriginal,. Policeman, Clown,. Gipsy giVlj Bed riding hood, Star of' the South, Tinker's daughter, Tarn bbrine girl, Fairy Queen,- Jockey's1 jfsrAttjTinoweT Girl. The Resident Magistrate arad'.th'e1 Water Police have been inspecting: the buoys in the harbor, with a view to. lift them and re-lay them in pos ition and also one that was sunk'.. ?Tenders are called for the work, it...

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

v i ^ j *^ i^ i^ 1^ |1 ^ § Storekeeper is Bootniaker9 BEGS to thank the inhabitants of Bridgetown and the Blnekwood District fur tlieij; s-iinport during the la*t 15 years, while lie has been in the Boot trade, and to ..inform them .that he Ins now opened' his NEW (tENERAL .STORE, where all kinds of ni0ivhan/disp can Lie Obtained at reasonable prices. jXIgjlItJiSb JJXIUu fcclvull JLUX XLdLllgldbXtM piLi.JULw« LONDON H 0 U S t, BRIDGETOWN. (Opposite the Show Grounds.) To the Inhabitants of Bunbury and surrounding districts,— - ? NOW IS THE TIME TO- — Make ?0UR Purchases, LONDON HOUSE Is uovv open again where is shown the largest., newest and' Lost selected stock of Winter Goods ever shown in the colony, consisting of Drapery, Millinery, Mantles, TJlbters, Blankets, . Plannels, 'Winter Suits, Overcoats, furniture, . , Pianos, Organs, ..Watches,' ....... ,'.?''? Jewellery, t&c, &c, _&e. AH the above are direct from the ?KianufeetuVerH bought, for Cash./ J ..?.Mj...

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

Victoria Street, Bunbury. Proprietor. rpiIIS old-established house has been taken by the undersigned J 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 rc-f urnished 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. Moals prepared at any hour. Jas. McEwan's celebrated Ale always on draught, pro nounced by those who taste it the best and brightest ale. The stabling ig efficient under the supervision of an experienced and attentive ostler. Best feed provided. AleX. Fortes, Bimbuiy. © f JoXlfTlli&ll. iMIU. J^IXIUrXUIMX 7 Wheelwright & Blacksmith, Contractor and Timb...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VASSE NOTES. June 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 26 June 1888

7 a cf Q' W # ft ft # € (EfiOM OtTlt CORRESPONDENT.) June 2Dtb. , At tire1 Tns'se Local'- Court tire' fol lowing, crispy were disposed of at its June sittings Dr.. Leppery B.M., presiding. W. Prossek v. Thomas Hamilton'. Claim £5 10.s. 4cl. for gpods sold and delivered- Judgment given for £2 11s. 1O1. with costs. W. PKOSSEK V. Jo ITS' MOTC&'A'F.. . Claim £1 2s. 9d. for goo^tji&lSrnd delivered. Case adjourned for one month. E. B. Buockman v. Jos. Hill. Claim £-1 10s. foir advertisement and im poundage. Judgment for plain tiff with costs'. liOHEItT LOCKHART V. MEL. A BAMS. Claim £9 16s. 4-d... for goods sold and delivered.. Mr. Sisson appeared ?for plaintiff. Judgment for plaintiff with costs-. Joseph Green tnq. v. T'. Lowe. Claim £8 12s. 10d.} balance of ac count. Judgment for plaintiff with costs. Joseph Greets iifa v. John itroBr. Claim £t 4s. ffd. This- was a judg ment su;mnoi:s and was arranged out of Court. On Monday, June 11, an accident ocourre-l on boar. I the...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRACTICAL GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 26 June 1888

PRACTICAL GARDENING. General planting : How to' succeed in planting trees, shrubs, fruit trees, and general stock of all kinds of florists' plants, is to well understand the nature of the plants proposed to be planted. It is generally w®-ll known to the profess-kraa'! gardener that in this particular matter lay there with the future of the plant or tree. It is also just possible that many of the deaths that occur may be attribut able to not knowing whether to plant deep or shallow. As the general planting season is now about to com mence, a few brief rules may be of soiwice to the amateur and to th'o'se who may not be able to employ pro fessional aid. Beginning with fruit trees, the rule is that, with few ex ceptions, they must not be panted deeply. Apple-trees are now specially grafted on blight-proof stocks to a greater or lesser degree about the ground. It will be very necessary, therefore, to never sink the tree even near or below the graft, as of a surety the scion part will be...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 July 1888

HpI-IE undersigned having taken the1' JL contract for the conveyance of' the Southern Mail from July 1st, 1.SSS, has appointed the following agents, from whom Passage Tickets and all information can be. obtained, Perth (Hay Street) Mr. A. LETCH. Bulimy, 'Mr. ]?]. E. HEADING. Vassk, Mr. F. TYLER, Coaches will run as heretofore, E. McLAJiTY. ?Phst.ta.rrait, June 21st, 1888. T O LET, rTlIIAT well known House and .&- grant, formely occupied by Mr. A. 'W. Moulton and known as Bridgetown Store, lately occupied by Mr. Jas. Maslin as a ,1-Iouse of Accommodation- 'with a Wine and Beer License. Immediate possession can be given. The House contains 8 rooms, kit chen- aud out-buildings, stable, Play shed, yard and good fruit garden, offering an excellent opportunity for' any active and obliging person to start business in the rising town of Bridge town. Also TO LET or SELL with im mediate possession that splendid farm known as Wellington, 40 miles from Bunbury on the Blackvvood Road, fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 July 1888

PRACTICAL EjmiAjmiE,, XT AS tho largest and best selected sfcock of Clocks* ;°- Watches, Jewellery, Electro-Plate wave, &c. in the Colony. Orders by post receive prompt, j.^ersojial attention,.

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A VALUABLE SCRUB DESTROYER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 July 1888

A VALUABLE SCRUB DESrBOY Mb. ?MuKCiu-soJf ( late owner of the Llanberris- property, Connewarre, Yic toria, ) has for years besn engaged in the preparation of a' poison, that will destroy all scrub, weeds,- or .noxious plants, such as the brier, Californian thistle, Cape weed, and Bathurst burr. After a great many experiments and much t nought and care, he has at Jast made a combination that ha« fu'ly an swered his .'expectations. 'Jlu po'son has effectually destroyed every plant upon which it has been tried, and the price is so moderate that will eventual ly become a great assistance to the pioneer in scrubby country. It ap pears that though the poison destroys all vegetable life upon which it is sprinkled, the active principle in so volatile that.it is soon dispersed, and - the soil is then fit for cultivation or' producing pasture.- As a proof, of. tliisj Mr. Murchisori showed me a' spot in his garden which was once: overrun with Cape weed. The poison, which is named ' The Scrub E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 July 1888

^fe to WANT E D5 j AA DOZEN each KANGAROO ^-^^ and OPOSSOM SKINS ?#eehly for winch the highest' market price will be given: in l?as'h by ¥m. SPENCER & SON. Skin Paint given free/of charge. Bunbuuy, .Time 1st. W7& J. BOVELL, Wholesale Grocers and Importers, VASSE. Agents for Adelaide Steamship Co. Joseph Bovell^ SHIP £k HOTEL, Albert Street, Y a s s e ,? IBEST ACCOMMO DATION. -Finest Liquors, Billiards. Sample Rooms. WILL bo given b}r the unde'rgigri ed to any One,- who shall give information that will lead to the con viction of the person' or persons who' f!id wilfu'.ly break doAvri ray fence at ' Muddy Lake,- near Miiuiindp,' on or about Miiy 1st last. The above reward will also be paid to anyone who shall gii'e information thai will lead to the conviction of any person or persons found trespassing hr horse hunt ing at the Hooper's Gully Paddock, Bridgewater. Any person found Duck Shooting, Kangaroo Hunting' or otherwise tres passing on any of ray stations or runs; ...

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JOHN HARDING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 July 1888

[?] [?] We' werea rough set of miners i;n Our far-off mi nirWg camp, when Reth Brainhftifd. caine sim-ong us=,. bringing with Mm his- pretty daughter^ Mefov, iyho Was bul. eighteen,, and seemed to ^elong t6r a different ja'ce or stamp ol women1 to the- fe\v whto wterfe with; us as wives arid' s.weetheartst ? Her tather — a' man-, ntfw broken in health and spirits — Iva'd joined our little band nV o,ufe last hope to retrieve his shattered fortunes,:, and had brought his'dau-'gfoter \\ifih him because she was motberlessVa!nd because there was iio one in whose care- he' could l-bav¥ her. . We were, as I have said, a rough lot of fellows enough ; but there- was not one among us- who did not doff Ms hat as M'eta Bra'i!n!hard passed. To' most of us the'srght of her was1 a memory and a hope— a memory of a far-off past, when' we .had, perhap'sT, lived different lives. The hope of a distant futu're,- when, our precious nuggets gained, we might leave this life, and live that;- 'past over agai...

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OUR CITY LETTER. PERTH, June 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 July 1888

OUR CITY LETTER. (From Our Correspondent.) Perth, June 28th. There is nothing of any great mo ment to chronicle as having occurred in the fair City of Perth, nor in the port of Ifremantle, but the proposed transcontinental railway from Perth to Eucla is attractiuar nublic attention and is the main theme of conversa tion. The scheme is one that will bring us into close communication with the other colonies, and it will undoubtedly help to terminate the present state of depression that per meates our colony. In view of the agitation against the undertaking that has been commenced at Albany, and the ultimate discussion that will take place very shortly respecting the scheme I will devote my usual allow ance of space to record an interview which a reporter has had with Dr. Boyd, the representative of the wealthy syndicate who intend to con struct the new railway. Dr. Boyd said that he arrived in the colony about four weeks ago from Melbourne, and he was managing director of the company ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 July 1888

JEWELLER, OPTICIAN, &c, lUiEMAN'lLE, 'CT VERY description of Jewellery made to order or ^ repaired on tlie shortest notice. Watches, . Clocks and Musical Boxes promptly and skilfully -? repaired. Chronometers accurately rated.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 July 1888

Fashic&ab i^Tailor, Naval-, MilitarI-, ~ THE NEW SYSTEM. Gents' Outfitter, Breeches Maker, au\ Qpeb^aj^Xailwb, .,. „ ^ . -w Habit Maker, and LadieS' Jacket Maker VyifLEBRAfeD X BOWSERS -4^Wg3&- ' and V EST JYLaKER MARKET STREET, flT 4 f, WILLIAMS, FREMANTLE, W\ A,

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After All. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 July 1888

After All. (Fiioai an American Periodical.) '?'By the bye old fell oW; have you met the new beauty, Mis& Lansing?' asks Roy Gilbert of his friend, Harold Denmark. To- day they have accidently met at a seaside hotel; after a separation of several years, and, having been chums and bosom friends before, they are nothing loth to resume their old in timacy. 'JNo, answers Harold lazily puff ing away at liis cigar, and sending great rings of smoke into the air 5 a I have never met her. Thev say she is beautiful, attractive) aud quite the fashion; but a consummate flirt. I detest a dirt. If I were1 egotistical enough to suppose that I was suffici ently charming to ensnare the affec tions of Miss Lansing, I should prob ably show her that two1 can play at that game. It would furnish amuse ment iior me, at any rate, during my stay here.' ' But you might not prove adamant yourself, and be unable to withstand the many charms of the lady iu ques tion. What then?' *' Never fear, my dear fe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 July 1888

TO STAND AT LOC SEVILLE, the celebrated thoroughbred i Stallion ISONOMT, I FOR A FEW MARES ONLY I at £15 per mare. I Good Paddocks at 2s. per week. I Every care taken but, no responsibil ity. This horse is so widely known I throughout the Australian Colonies that comment is not necessary. For performances see V.R.Q. Register. For dimensions etc. see Southern Advertiser of May 22nd last. E. C B. & M. LOCKE. Locicevillb, June 30th, 1S8S. NOTICE. 'OKOXJGHIT in from off my run, jCy and how in my paddock, one ?RT R A W BE R 1.1 Y STEER I ran ded YjZ on off hip, about. 7 years old. ]f not claimed within the time allow ed by law will be sold to defray ?expenses. ? -\* JOHN FOWLETC, ?PUESTON KlVKR, near Bunbury. NOTICE. IS hereby given that any person or posons found trespassing on my land at Pkincei? Patik, or Henty -Estate will be prosecuted. A. P. TUKNBULL. June 30th, 1888. — TEKDEBS— WILL be received up to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, July 17th, for the ?erection of a Store by the undersi...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 July 1888

Homl $!Ufo8, The new mail contractor made a very good start this morning, there being no less than nine passengers, seven of whom are going through. Kangatioo and Opossum Skins'; wanted 300 dozen of each per week. Highest market prices given. Cash. W. Pros s eh, Bunbury and Vasse. — [Adyt.] Mr. Hall of the locomotive de partment arriven in Bunbury by ma:l coach on ? -Friday to see about slipping, one of the Buubury engines to;Alnany|:' which hns been lent, ;o Millar 'Bros.'' to carry tl;o mails on the Albany- Bev- erley line. Mr. Forrest has the con-' traetfnr -placing it on board the Albany on Wednesday. ? 'We desire to draw attention to the account of a valuable scrub destroyer in iinothpr column. This might prove' very useful to the farmers and graz iers of this colony to eradicate the poison plants. -.The York Road poison especially has hitherto proved very difficult to exterminate. We suggest that some of our fanners should send for the preparation and try the ex periment. At t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 July 1888

V±UuUlJ.£v ivjibl -c^t?, «O L&Il M U.JL Jf c? Proprietor. finillS' old established liouse has been taken by the undersigned JL who hopes to obtain a fair share of public support by eivility 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 tlie t'ownV Bath- room and other conveniences. Private r-ooms: upstairs,; jiTie Cuisine is tinder 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. Mcltewan's celebrated Ale always on draught, pro nounced hf those1 who' taste it ; the best and kuightest &ue. The staining is efficient under the supervision of an experienced aiM attentive ostler. Best feed provided. Alex. Fortes, BunbUry, / y ± ? \J\jlL til. ($j\j \j\JjL. Cbll\J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 July 1888

? *--^ f ^5' V'' -+ If rN ? ' *T ? ' i i - ' ! .'?-?'. 'OEGS to thank the inhabitants of Bridgetown and the Blaekwood District Jt3 for their support dmnng the last 15 years, while he h;is becii in the Boot trade; arid to inform them that he h;\s now opened his' .NEW G-ENERAL STORE, where all kinds of merchandise can be obtained at reasonable prices. Highest price given for Kangaroo Skins. L 0 N D 0 i\! HO U S t, BRIDGETOWN, (Opposite the Show Grounds.)' to the Inhabitants of Bunbury and surrounding districts,— NOW IS THE' TIME TO 'WTssVa your Plirp.TM&QS. - LONDON HOUSE \ Is now open again where is sliown the largest, newest and I esb selected stock of Winter Goods ever shown in the colony, consisting of iDraperyV Millinery, Mantles, Ulfaters, ,. Blankets,' Flannels, Winter Suits, . Overcoats, : ... Furniture*' ? Pianos'^ .... . brga'nsj ? Watches^1 jewellery, &C'.j &C-, &C; All 'the above are direct from the linanufacturerSj bought for Cash-. MAKE tO...

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