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

Bridgetown Store. A. W.. MOUI/FON, *3TENERAL \3 rOPvElvEEPEE, Auctioneer and Stock salesman.^ 171 VERT, requisite for Farm Vj . or Station: always on Band; G 0 0 6 J Reasonable prices. Kdrigdfdd Skins ?PiiTchasckl at highest current rates. 1/ W, M0¥LT0¥, llairipton Street^ ?A- yr CAST UEDJNEi WTiTEXOOM STEEETj i y i § a $ t i I ESTIMATES ffiyeH.f.^. all KihiJa J oF \vov\i iii BiiilUiiig line; lib) PA I RS executed with neatness and despatch; WorltDjIaiisliip (htara'iiteea Economy', Kti|il.ierj- bilfc, ridt at a' 'Sacrifice' to the quality or the work. _. Orders SbliditecL THE JMt|ar & !f ops Ifoiijl, (25 miles from' Biin Bury.) tfOHN THIGWELL-; Pitopin etor. Good accommodation; , Best Liquorsj , .. Good 8 tabling- a ii'd Paddbclcs. ^ITHT-S [ib.tel is used asihe llalf way ,JL Ii'-iiis'ti to Bridgetown', and .where the mail horses (an; change'!: It is an 'excel l«nt place to spV.nd a few enjoy ''x\i\p. days in the coiintry. Croud ypbrt in_the neighborhood! -pKlNTEL) ENVELOPES,...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 July 1888

'WELLINGTON ROADS BOATtD. The monthly meeting of the above board was held in the Mechanics' In stitute at 11 a. m. on Saturday last. There were present Messrs. D A. Hay ( Chairman ), ft. H. Rose, John Trig well, James Maguire, W. 0. Ramsay and Dr. Harve}r. There were also a number of other gentlemen present to listen to the discus on the subject of levying a rate The minutes of last meeting were read am1 confirmed. A letter was read from the acting Colonial Secretary in reply to one from the Chairman asking if rates could be levied on land leased from the Crown. The reply stated that the Board had the act, to go by and they could consult their own solicitor. The Chairman then stated that he wrote to the Governor asking for the balance of Government grant 'due to be paid in at once, as the Board had iio funds. A reply was received that the sum of £125 would be paid in at ' ?.( nee. He had that morning seen the . , /.Manager of the W. A..Ba n k. : and the |' money had 'not-1 been paid...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 July 1888

ffl a t i Ko 1 i tt a. Mail's close afc Bunbury Post. Office a? follows :- For Perth, &c. Mondays and Thursdays at' 10*10 a.m. For Vasse &c. 'Tuesdays and Fridays .at. 3-30 p.m. ' ' ' For Blackwoocl, &c. 'Wednesdays at fJ a.m. For Europe, India, Chini and Anslrulian Colonies per a. 8. Rob llo// at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 3r.l., and per a. s. Albany about Wednesday next.

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WELLINGTON TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 July 1888

WELLINGTON TURF CLUB. A. meeting of the members of the Wellington Turf Club was held at the Wellington Hotel on Saturday after noon last. There were present : — Messrs. A. P. Turnbull (in the chair,) W. C. Ramsay, 0. Ji1. Roberts, D. A. Hay (Secretary,) E. C. B. Locke and Di\ J. A. O'Meehan. The Secretary stated that he had been served with a writ for £50 being the amount due to Mr. Towton for balance of winnings at the last race meeting. There was £1 4s. interest charged and £2 10s. cost of writ, so that they had to make up some £56. If the Stewards would pay £8 a piece this would wipe off the liability. He had written to several gentlemen who had promised subscriptions, bub none had paid. Some gentlemen had ask ed to be elected members of the Club and they had been duly proposed, se conded and carried and now they re pudiated any liability for their sub scrintion. Mr. Turnbull said that he had asked two gentlemen for subscriptions they had promised, but they denied it. One had pro...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Shipping. PORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 July 1888

_ — -»? — - — PORT OF BUNBUKY. ARRIVALS. June 2fi. Ron Roy, s'oainer, 8l-M. t-ona, Irvine, Mas ter, from Albany' and \rassc. ' June 28. Albany, sfceamor, VtiO tons, Anthem, Mas ter, from Melboumo and Ailolaido via Albany suid Vasse. -Pa'sseiigoi* : — Miss Hough* . DEPARTURES. Juno 2(-. HoTi Ho r, steamer, 39 !? tons, Trvine, Mas ter, for Frttinaut.lo. Tassongcra from J»un bury : — Misses ft toe ro (2j H uncock, Kev, P.. 'K. Thomas, Messrs. VV. Adam and Wimis. June 28. ; . AiiBAiNT, steamer, 7(50 tona, Antlion, Mas-' tor, for Frcmanllo. Passehgoi's : — Mrs. Gale, Miss B. Wenn, Messrs- iShorloek, VVoslon and Rogers.

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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VASSE NOTES. June, 27th [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 July 1888

7 k Q Q' V TvT f\ ? T? 1?- CT ? (From' Quit Coisnmi^srDEisrs.y ... J^ane; 27th;: , Tin-: past' week h'as- Been- dke'd'edly. tiro most boisterous we- nnve- ex;prir* iem-ed during, the- pr-osenij' year' and a great teal1 of rani)1 has* a'lte-o' fallen. 1Jhc Mob Hoy. on her trip up- from Al' b'any also encountered rough weather. she Jetu here- a-boutJ 2W! p-m. on Monday,- but returned abo-ut4: o'clbcfc and dropped anchor.. She; left again about 9 in1 the evetmw ftor Bunbury.. By the Hob Mr-. Fred Brockman, who has been dowiv with his party survey ing for the past few montshs-, returned to head' quarters and' bis part}1' follow in the Albany- and will proceed- Nocth by first opportunity to complete sur veys commenced wv tire K.imherley district., l^eior-e leaving, fFre district Mr. Brock man surveyed ? tlVe piece of land set' apart some 3' ears, ago by the Government i'or public gardens and1 r-ocreatron ? ground' for the- tnvu-sbip-. This comprises some 28- acres,, which I trut the Muni...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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The Advertiser. Nihil sine Labore. JULY 3rd, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 3 July 1888

Nihil sine Lahore. JULY 3rd, 1888. Our timber trade is not in such a flourishing condition as the colony might wish. There being but few works of mag nitude going on, except the Fremantle jetty extension, large orders from Western Australian contractors cannot be expected. The Karridale Mills seem to be in full work and vessels arc constantly leaving the Hamelin and Flin ders Bay laden with karri tim   ber, while at Quindalup several vevy fair orders for jarrah are being executed. But compar   ed with former years, when the Mills of Lockeville and   Wellington were in full swing and jarrah worth from £6 to £6 10s. a load in Adelaide, times now are very dull. No doubt the falling off is due chiefly to the general business depression which has now ex isted for some time, but it may in some measure also be attributed to forests of valu able hardwood having now   been made accessible. India at one time was a good mark et for jarrah, bu...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

.^%, ft WANTED, 1ffcn DOZEN' each KANGAROO *u^ and OPOSSOM SKINS weekly for which the highest market price will be given in Cash by Wm. SPENCER & SON. Skin Paint given free of charge. BuNTjtittr, June 1st. ' W. & J. BOVELL, , Wholesale Grocers and Importers, VASSE. Agents for Adelaide Steamship Co. Joseph Boyell, SHIP Mt HOTEL Albert Street, Y a s s e . BEST ACCOMMO DATION- Finest Liquors. Billiards. Sample Rooms. WILL be given by the undersign ed to anyone, who shall give information that will lead to the con . vietion of the person or persons who did wilfully breakdown my fence at Muddy Lake, near Minninup, on or ' .« bout May 1st last. : The above reward will also be paid ?to anyone who shall give information -that will lead to the conviction of any person or p- rsoiis found trespassing or -horse hunting at the Hooper's Gully Paddock, Bridgewater. Any person found Duck Shooting, Kangaroo Hunting or otherwise tres passing on any of my stations or runs, fit Bri DGEW...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

? , M'A.i l.;;;-^.-iDi'.tt'c,i.g?;': ? Mails close at. ,Biiiibti«y,:Pi-sfr Oifioe as follows :- v ' Kor Perth,. ?&c...,Mo.nd:iiys arid Thursdays at. ';,10:10a.m. ' '* ' ?? : : For Vasse. &e. Tucsr'ayiS^andv.FndayB at .??V8-B0 p.in.*V .''?. ; ,:,.^ ;;: v.-V; :^?..\' 'For Block wood, &c..; Wednesdays., at; {-:a.iu. . 1- or' Europe, India, China, nnl /Aiis! raft.-in Colonies per s'.'s. Hod Roy, at 6^p..ui.'on ..^J'ueSday, July 17tH. . ' .'' .. .'. . : For Pert.li, Sec., per s. s. South Australian about. Tuesday iioxtl ?????'

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THE CROWN AND GOLD MINING IN WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

THE CEOWN AND GOLD MIN ING IN WALES. Ai.TtEA.Dr, says a Dolgelley corres pondent, the action of the Govern ment in restraining by injunction the removal of gold from Mount Morgan Mine bids fair to tell severely upon the immediate circumstances of the district. Mr. Pritchard Morgan call ed together the men working at the mill and mine, and said :— ' 1 am very sorry to tell you that in consequence of the Government having issued an injunction restraining the removal of any gold from here, I cannot keep these works going on after next Sat urday. If I had the gold, or a pro portion of it, of course I should realise and pay the wages. Now, I am ex hausted. I have spent all my money, and just as I am gettiug the gold I am prevented from removing it. I am going to London to see if I cannot get the Government to let me have a pro portion of the gold to pay wages, but if they don't do it. I shall have no al ternative but to knock you all off on Saturday next.' These remarks were interpreted ...

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For Her Fair Sake. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

For Her Pair Sake. (From ant American Periodical.) ' And you love me ?' Thus she questioned, looking down from the cushioned lounge, whtre she reclined, in indoicnt- grace, on the young man who had thrown himself at her feet — wonderfully pretty feet, by the way, in their dainty slippers and silken hose, matching well t.ie white hand sparkling with the jewels, which, tor a moment, played with his hair, and belonging as by right, to the delicate aristocratic beauty of. Leila Armstrong's face and form. The eyes, blue as heaven, shaded by jetty lashes, dropped to meet the honest brown ones eagerly up-raised, which, at her question, sparkled and blazed as with luminous fire. i: Love you ? Does the eagle love its mates ? Do the blind love sight? Do the dying of thirst love the water placed to their lips? Do the' starving love bread ? Dues man love life ? Oh, my queen, you are my life, my love, my all ! Take it from ne and i perish.' . She laughed a low thrilling laugh in answer, which ev...

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The Advertiser, Nihil sine Labore. JULY 10th, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

NiJiil n;ne Lahore. JULY loth, 1,^88. .Responsible Government may or may not be advanced a stage next session. There is no doubt but that some further despatelies will be received by the Governor and submitted by him to the Legislature, but whether' they will forward the contemplated change in the constitution, or whether fresh difficulties will be put in the : way it is impossible to, sur mise^ at. ; present. Intelligence is anxiously, awaited as to: what is likely to be done by Mr. Venn visit to England. Whether he will further the. cause or not. being an accred ited delegate, or authorised re presentative of the party of which he is one of the leading Western Australian politicians, his influence will he ineffect ive, or have greater weight as lie himself seemed to think from that fact, still remains to be seen. The question is will Mr. Venn have more chance of making his own convictions felt as a politician highly in terested in the matter, than he would have had he been the dul...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR Southern Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

C0rasp0ttittttCt To the Editor Southern Advertiser. Hie, — By inserting in your valuable columns the following account in re ference to the recent discovery of gold in North Wales, taken from the North Wales Giuoufi.tn, it may in terest not only those who are at pre sent engaged in the various goi-! fields of W. A. but possibly some who are connections or friends of. Mr. P. Morgan. I am, Sir, Yours obediently, JOHN P. S1SSON. Bunbury, July 5th.

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HINTS FOR HEN WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

HINTS FOR HEN WIVES. To have poultry do well they must have green vegetable food. Where there is no green stuff in summer, chaffed ensilage will do nearly as well. The best floor is dry earth kept clean. Fowls won't do well if lice or ticks are about. Ticks can only be killed by kerosine. Fowls will kill the lice if you let them have plenty dry dust. A good hen should lay her own weight in eggs in two months ; but she must have food. Chopped raw onions twice a week is the best medicine for fowls. Sling the roosts by wire at each end from the roof. Don't let the ends of the roosts touch the walls. This will puzzle the ticks, especially if a piece of kerosined cloth is wrapped round the wires near the ends of the roosts. Powdered charcoal mixed with soft food helps to digest it, and is a good tonic. In fattening poultry, have then' shut up in a. close place where there is just room for the fowl, with the light in front. Place the food outside the bars. Two weeks will fatten a fowl. Sp...

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COMMERCIAL. BUNBURY PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

COMMERCIAL. Bunbury Prices Current. Flour Snow flake ... £13 per ton. Barley ... 4s. per bushel. Oats ... 4s. „ „ 'Wheat .-.. 5s. ,, „ Bran (scarce) ... ... £8 per ton. Pollurd do. ... ... £10 „ „ flhaff ' ? £5 10s. „ Potatoes .... ... ' £6 „ „ Onions ... ... £7 ,, „ Butter (Fresh) ... Is. 7d. per lb. S'u»ar ... 28s. to 36s. p«r cwfc. Tea ... Is. f-cl. to 2s. ]~-cv lb. Snap ... ... 2:?s. porcwl. Candles ... by Mi e box lOd. per lb. 31a«on ... ... lid. per lb. Live Guano ... . ... none in market. liLrNUUHV, July lOf.h, 18HS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

Ploughing Match, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25th. npilE steam launch Atlanta will ply -*- between the Bathing Home Jetty and Mill Point on the above date should sufficient inducement offer. RETURN FARES— Is. each OHILDRENT- 61 ;' ; e, eorrest.'.. Bunbury, July 9th. ? WE L LT NGTON , . SUSSEX AN D MURRAY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. rpHE annual meeting of the above -*- Society will be held in the Me chanics' Institute, Bunburv, on Sat; UttOAT afternoon, July 28th, at 8 ;; o'clock, for th.e transaction of .general ''business. .: - ? ' .. ' -,'.'...-,. , . .. ,.,; . ... -. .:,-.'.; ; :;!, V ^jjj'-irQSliETi' JOHNSTON, SRCRETAftY. ; BuNBintr, July 7th. ? I' OST on Sunday, Juno- 24th, be J ., ;t ween-.., the.. .Wellington Hotel ' and the Templan'sITall, -'the lower part of a lady's gold- ??ear -ring. . The . fin d er . wil I b.e, .r.ew'ar d ed on ? retur ni ng the. same .to this Office; -:-r \ Kangaroo and Opossum Skins;' wanted- 300 dozen of each per week. Highest market priqes given. Cash. W.. Prosser, B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

BEGS to thank the inhabitants of Bridgetown and the Black wood District for their sunp.ort during the la.st; 15 years, while he bus been in the ?JJoot trade^ and to inform them, that' he has now op,eiW his NEW ..GENERAL ST.ORE, where all kind.s of lnerehandise can be obtained at -reasonable prices. 'Highest price given for Kangaroo Skins. LONDON H 0 U S £, BRIDGETOWN, (Opposite the Show Grounds.) fTo the Inhabitants of Tiiibnry and surrounding districts,— NOW IS THE. TIME TO - Slake Y01JR Purchases. LONDON HOUSE Js jio\y open again wlievo is shown the largest, . jiewes.fc and test selected stock of Winter Goods ever shown in the colony, consisting of ' jDrapery, Millinery, Mantles, TJlbters, Blankets, Elannels, 'Winter Suits, Overcoats, Furniture, Pianos, Organs, 'VVatcoes, Jewellery, y&c, &c, &c. ? All the above are direct from the -^manufacturers, bought for Cash. MAKE YOUR- PURCHASES, NOW IS THE TIME. JOHN E. HANDS. BuNiumY, April (5th. JZv£Ijl2j.@9 ? -roi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

y ^^ ? \i '8 f%T-/T\'W*ll CS ^t'4'B*i!5k£5i'I'* H^hlTl TTi Hill 1*^ T V 1U uQI iMt o uf &&h, JO ULU O tLi. jf o Proprietor. ? ♦ ? — rpHIS old established house has been taken by the undersigned --4- 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 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 nounced 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. Fortes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

TO STAND AT LOCKEVILLE, the. celebrated thoroughbred Si all ion ISOUOMT, FOR A F10W MARES ONLY at £15 per mare. Good Paddocks at 2s. per week. Every care taken bin no responsibil This horse is so widely known throughout the Australian Colonies that .comment is not necessary. For performances see V.ti.G Register. For . dimensions etc. see Southern Advertiser of May 22nd last. E. C. B. & M. LOCKE. Lockettllr, June 30th, 1888. The CLUB Hotel, . ttWtt street, FREMANTLE. Thomas Wand, (Late Secretary io tlie Fremantle Clal,) PEOPRIETOE. TUTS Hotel will be found replete with all the comforts and appointments of a FiRST-ciiASS Hotel, and -visitors may rely on privacy, good Viands with the best of liquors. Charges Moderate. Hot and Cold Baths. Reading and Writing Rooms. Ladies Private Sitting Rooms. AlcocVs 'Match' Billiard Table. London, Intercolonial and Weekly Papei*3 Filed. Extensive Stablihg- Accommodation. THE CELEBRATED CLUB ' LUNCH ' From 12 o'clock till 2 o'clock daily, PRIC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

FA 'D Q A T V U II o IL Jj iii 5 CAREY'f OWN LOT No. 30, con taining i acre, having fron tage to Vasstt Road. Apply to,— H. OAPOEN.

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