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FEEDING FOR EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

FEEDING FOR EGGS. As there is a scarcity of eggs at present in this district it would per haps be a help to give a cutting from the Observer with reference to the feeding and housing of the fowl. There is little doubt that the pro duction of eggs may be largely in creased by a 'systematic/scientific plan of feeding; and the average poultry keepers should give this matter a deal of study and attention. The scientific part of it need not frighten any one who is willing to read, study, and put into practice what he learns. Those who are recognised authorities assert that the egg product of a hen in her prime is about three' .times her own weight yearly; and in view of this fact the importance of supplying her w'th food rich in all the elements which make the egg is at. once appar ent. An egg contains all the elements of a living chick — flesh, bone, sinew, blood and feather— besides the shell matter, which is mostly lime. The principal elements in the eggs are sulphur, oil, phosphorus,...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

NOTICE. IS hereby given that any person or persons found trespassing on my land at Pbincep Park, or Henty. Estate will be prosecuted. A. P. TTTRNBULL. June 30th, 1888. —TENDERS— WILL be received up to 4 p.m, on Tuesday, July '17th, for the erection of a Store by the undersign ed, where plans and specifications may be seen. The lowest or any tender not ne cessarily accepted. W. PROSSER. Vasse Road, June 30, 1888. Fashionable Tailor, Naval, Military, THE NEW SYSTEM. Gents' Outfitter Breeches Maker, and Clkktcal Tail®*, f ^ ^ ^ Habit Makek- and ]iAurES- jACJEBX Maker Celebrated jLrowsers . ' -©^S* B' **» ~Vest ]\Jak:er MARKET STREET, W V W. IJLLJLAJ^

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

JEWELLER, OPTICIAN, &c, FKEMAN'ILE, TfpVERY description of Jewellery made to order or ?' repaired on the shortest notice. Watches, Clocks and Musical Boxes promptly and skilfully repaired. Chronometers accurately rated.

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping. PORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

S- !j t p p i it g- . PORT OK. -BUN BURY. ARRIVALS. ' ??/??. ? . July a; Alma, schooner, 90 tons, Millar, Master, from Vasse. ????.'' Ro» Rovr, steamer, ' 391- ions, .Irvine, Mas ter, from- Fiviriantle. Pnssotigors for ftuti . bury. : — Mr. and Mrs. Hack, Miss Cmmpfron, Jhss I*.. Vvenn, ivli:. li. -'. Jones and boy; Miss Phillips, Mrs. Essex and 2 infants/ and Mr. JV'OatW. ????-. July.5.-- Albany, steamer, 7(30 ions, Antfion, Mas ter, from- Fremiuifle. Passengers for Bun . bury :— Miss McC'our.fc, Miss Dunn. Miss Guuson, Mrs. Barnes and Mr. J. lnglis. DEPARTURE*. '.;.,_. . July 3, ? Ron Roy, steamer, 391. tons, Irvine, Mas . tor, for Vasse and Albany. -. ; 'July 4,. ';?.; v Tdktirsa, schooner, 90 tons, Ileicl,' Master, for Vasse. . ; ..? - .':; .. July 5. ?:?? ???? ; ; Albany, steamer, , 7(i0 tons; Anthony Mas-' ? tor, for ? Adelaide and Melbourne, via Va.-sc and' Albany'. Passetigtrs from Bunbury: — Messrs. V. Caporn, II. Fowler And sun, G-. B.Povvuell and J. Outes. , July 6. Alma,...

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BUNBURY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

BUNBURY MUNICIPAL COUN CIL. ? 4/$ ? The July meeting of the above C.Mmcil was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Monday the 2nd instant. There were present, the Mayor, Mr. E. iVT. Clark©, Crs. Banting, Moore, Canorn, Woodrow and Lowe. The minutes of last meeting having been read and confirmed, the Major stated that the marl got out for the footpaths was now under water and could not be got out. It was resolved that fresh tenders be called for 200 yards more, to be placed where ac cessible to carts in the wet weather, to be in on Thursday evening, J. Berry to continue carting. It was also decided to stop the men at work fer three days till the marl was ready. The -Councillors expressed consicler able dissatisfaction at the way in which the day labour men worker1. As thev were receiving (5/- a day for eight hours work, they ought to work a little later. The Mayor said that he would tell the men the Council was dissatisfied with their work and they must do more. The following letter w...

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

.GtRA'l EFUL— C0MF011TING- EPPS^COCOA. BREAKFAST. ''.-By a thorough .kno.wl.clgc of t!ie natural JIaws which govern the operation ; of digeatieu ;i«.nd rrnfii'i.tior., and by a .?caret' nl application of the line properties of well-si -looted ooooa, \.lr. jEpps lias pru.vidi-d our breakfast .tables \ ii'.h :a dolicatL-lv-iiavourod be\e.rap which may ssave us many heavy doctor's bills. Tfc is by the judicious nee oi ::uch articles of diet that a -constitution may be built up until strong ..enough to rcist any tendency to disease. J-Iiuuirecls of subtile nial.tdias are Ituatiny ?around us ready to -attack wherever (here is a weak point. We may es -ape many a fatal fS-?iaft by keeping ourselv.es well fortilied with mure blood and a properly nourished frame.' — rfciee article in the Qiv.i.1 Servi ,e Uazeiie. Made simply with boiled water or milk. .Sold in ill) packets by Grocers labelled:— JAS. EPP8 & CO., H.OAIUSL'.V.L'illC CHEMISTS, LONDON, ENGLAND. 'IPS''!-'! -nrt&'ti...

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VASSE NOTES. July 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

V iiu oh U U 1 £i £ . (FeOM OUE CORKESPOSDENT.) July 9th. The dance held on the evening of ; the Anniversary of Her Majesty's Coronation turned out in every way a puccess. The ro'.-m was well filled and :???? I doubt if ever a more sociable eveu v-. ing has been spent, on the evening -.:r following a children's dance was hold and the youngsters romped to their heart's eont nt until 10 o'clock when their elders, who appear not to have tired themselves sufficiently, on the previous night repeated their exercise . and dancing was kept up till about one o'clock. On each evening tea, ,? .bread and butter, cakes, &o., were pro — j-vided and great praise is clue to Mrs. Clairs who provided and saw after the wants of the dancers. The lowness of the charge, Is. per head, for adults, and 6d. each for the juveniles, one would suppose would swallow .up the takings, but on balancing up the very satisfactory sum of £3 2s. 6d. re mained to carry forward to Church .purposes. It is to be hop...

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OUR CITY LETTER. PERTH, July 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

OUE CITY LETTER. (From Our ConitESPOtfDENT.) Perth, July 5th. It is a sad state of affairs when we find the working men of the colony receiving notices to quit their employ ment .and ? with no prospect for .future work. The West Australian Manu facturing Company have discharged the majority of their employe's and the Swan Brewery have also dispensed with the services of a number of their workmen. In Fremantle a meeting q{' the unemployed has been held in the Town Hall, and the statement was made that such a meeting had never been held in the town before. This will give an idea of the position the colony is in at the present aud it is hoped that it will be the means of something being done for the labour ing classes. The Mayor of Freman tle presided at the meeting and it was resolved that a deputation be intro duced by the Mayor to the Governor to present him with a petition asking that steps be taken to relieve the present depressed state of the labour market by the commencement of ...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

lota.i $Ufa8v\ We have received a description of the country and experiences of the journey from'Dardanup to Lake Pres ton, from Mr. M. F. Foley, which shall appear in our next. Mr. II. Maiitmjn of Cubbiue, York, asked 'n representative of this paper if there was any one in the Southern Districts who could send him a week ly supply of potatoes, perhaps some of our readers cau enter into com munication with him and arrange for the necessary supply. Mr. Thos. Haywaiid, J.P., says he has received some cauliflower from his station on the Harvey Itiver which weighs 51 bs. each and considering. the' li in e^of t h'e-y eiti\ tl us' iij ' £ #a J l:y ??? re uiav k- able.' * It not onlyshavva the. produce' that can be procfiicea^here, b.ut also the richness of the so ijj, in' '-fh.fi ?South- ern Districts. . : . ;jj ,;.:!;?? ? : !Wr. G.-W-. Floyd has built a light express bi'itfgy for Mr. Thos. Roberts of Miuninup and the least we can say is that such work as is turned out in this. town, cann...

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

'?PRACTICAL . | -WATCHMAKER. PIIEMANTLE, 'O'AS the largest and best selected stock of Clocks, ^'*' Watches, Jewellery, Electro-Plate ware, &o. in the Colony. Orders by post receive prompt personal attention. ...

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TELEGRAMS. PERTH, July 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 10 July 1888

TELEGRAMS. PERTH, July 9tb. No European telegrams have arriv ed here yet and no news respecting the cables which were broken. Steam ers have been despatched to the scene of accident and until they re turn nothing will be definitely known. The eight hour's go-as-you-piease   contest was decided on Saturday night, B. Griffin of Fremantle proving the winner. He completed 49 miles and 3 laps, beating Trew by 4 miles. Tuckey of Mandurah left Freman tle in a small boat and was capsized during a gale. He crawled on the bottom of the boat and remained ex posed to terrific weather during 15 hours and was rescued by a steamer which was going to Rockingham, in a fearful condition. The Union Football Club beat the Victorians by 2 goals to none. The deputation of the unemployed waited on the Governor on Thursday. The Governor promised them help, granting free railway passes to meu out of work to search for employ ment. William Rane a pensioner while drunk sat in front of a fire in F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888

Ploughing Match, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25th. ri^HE steam launcb Atlanta will ply -*- between the Bathing House Jetty and Mill Point ou the above date should sufficient inducement offer. BETUBN FARES— Is. each. CHILDREN— 6d. E, FORREST. Btjnbuky, July 9th. notice! ~~ BEEN running with my cattle and now in my paddock one STRAWBERRY STEER, about 2£ years old, no brand or mark visible. Supposed to be the progeny of one of my own cows. Anyone showing a better claim to it, can have the same by paying all expenses. ROBERT FOWLER. Prestos Eiter, July 10th. FOR SALE. rptlAT first class Yacht ' HILDA ' -*? with one complete set of sails and rigging-. Price— £25. For further particulars apply to W. M. B. SPENCER. Bunbuiiy, July 12th. TO STAND AT LOCKEVILLE, the celebrated thoroughbred Stallion ? I S 0 IT 0 M Y , for' a few mares only -'\t £15 per mare. Good Paddocks at 2s. per week. Every care taken but, no responsibil ity. This horse is so widely known throughout the Australian Colonies that commen...

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Correspondence. JUSTICES' INCONSISTENCY. TO THE EDITOR Southern Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888

Comapantoncfc JUSTICES' INCONSISTENCY. To the jSdetor Southern Advertiser. Sir, — I could not help remarking yesterday in the ease of Trigweil v. Hay, which came before thvs Local Court, the different opinion 'the worthy li. M. has come to with re ference to the Bench s province of advising litigants as to the evidence that should be advised. At the conclusion of the plaintiffs case he (the plaintiff) asked the pre siding Magistrate, W. D. Cowan, li.M. whether he should bring another wit ness, to wit, his servant girl when he was told ' it is not the province of the bench to advise litigants as to what witnesses should be brought.' Some mouths ago the case of Del aney v. Lovegrove came before the same court with the same Magistrate sitting on the bench. Now mark what took place at the close of the defendant's case, he having brought no witnesses forward, the presiding Magistrate, Mr. Cowan addressed Mr. Lovegrove in words somewhat as follows: ' We do not think ab present Mr. Lovegro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888

¥ JL%s IjUI J,£v B-*J iUX uu w, JO U.1J. P-J til. y » Proprietor. ./T1HIS 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 Tooms upstairs. The Cuisine is under the immediate direction of Mrs. J\-rbes so that th^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 tiil best and buightest ale. The stabling is efficient under the supervision of an experienced and attentive ostler. Best feed provided. AleX. Forbes, Bunbury. Wheelwright Bd Blacksmith, * Contractor and Timber Merchant, Wood Turn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888

-^-——Storekeeper & Bootmaker, EEGS to thank the inhabitants of Bridgetown and the Blaekwood District for .their support during the last 15 3' ears, while he has been in the Boot trade, and to inform them that he has now 'opened his NEW GENERAL STOKE, where all kinds of -merchandise can be obtained at reasonable prices. Highest price given for Kangaroo Skins. ? L 0 N D 0 N H 0 U S L, ..;;:.? . BRIDGETOWN. (Opposite the Show Grounds.) To the Inhabitants of Eunbury and surrounding districts, — NOW IS THE TIME TO Make YOuR Pureliases. ;mnx)0n house ?? Is now open again where is shown the largest, newest and lest selected stock of vf JLJLJLUwi. *wl %J^J%A,iS ever shown in the colony, consisting of -.- Drapery, ; : Millinery, - Mantles, .?:..; Ulbters, ' Blankets, ..?;-; . W-: ; ?;??; Flannels, ? . . . \ ??:?-''? ..Winter Suits, Overcoats, furniture,. .?:' '. '??': i'; 1 :i ''? '?' Pianos, ?'? ? Organs, .vv rvWatehe'sjA v-r ..?????? -': '?.-.?? Jewellery, -&c, &c, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888

PRODUCE, FRUIT of all kinds wanted for sale on commission or absolute pur chase by the undersigned. Highest Market Prices given. R. T. KING. PERTH and FRE MANTLE. FRIEZE, FRINGE & COLUMNS and all ornamental work in Cast or Wrought' Iron for Balconies, Verandahs, Wheel and Entrance Gates, Garden Fences and Palasades, Garden Seats and the noted ' Forest Devil.' All Goods at Adelaide and Melbourne 'prices. Photographs and price lists of the various designs may be seen at Mr.. T. Btayward's. . PERTH and FREMAipMg 33i/ appointment to the Qouermnent of. W. A. ??? ' ? '?'?' AEMOTJEER. ' ' W..-..V..N E ED fl 'A M, (Late of Sydney and London,) j PRACTICAIi GUN & RW0LVEE M A K E R, Hay Street, Perth.. Gams re- stocked and otherwise x.e- [ |paired on reasonable terms. '? Stocks set to suit tbe sight. 'Barrels Browned and Bored :to islioot e^oss and iStrEosra. ; ^A'll Orders !by Post, or otherwise., Promptly attended -to. : ' NOTICE,- ;??; IS hereby given that any -person or ;pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888

WANTED, 141ft DOZEN each KANGAROO *W and OPOSSOM SKINS weekly for which the highest market price will be given in Cash by ¥m. SPENCER & SON, Skin Paint given free of .charge. IJuNBURr, June 1st. W. & J, BOVELLJ Wholesale Grocers and Importers, VASSE. | Agents for Adelaide1 Steamship Co. : Joseph Bovjekl, \ - MIPMt HOTEL Albert Street, lass e . [BEST ACCOMMO DATION. Finest Liquors. ; -BiTTI arils.. \ Sample Rooms. ; ~\TTT' JL L' be, given: by; the^ uridersign YY ... ed to.aiiy. otie,.-.who:shall vgive f information! that -will1 lead- to the ,-eon- xvietio,n of : the .person or -persons --who 'tjclicl ,,vy il f uviy break (i mvu .my. -Hence .-at 3$r;U:d*[y;Lake, near Minninup, ..on ;©r j»a-b(j-ut ,fylay- 1st: lust. ?: ?jThe:4ab(jve;re\y,ard\i-vil]ialRo!be paid t ^.-anyone -,who. s-h:-ill give -information ?jthatnwijl kva'di to- the coiivicfeion. at any -. person. .or persons foaincf -trespassing ,or horse hunting ,-at vthw ? 'Hooper's t Gully .Pad'dpck^Bri'dgtNwater. -...

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Shipping. PORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888

«S Ijf t p v i it g ? POJiT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS; July 11. Rob Rot, steamer, J39 1- tons, Irvine, Mas* sor, fi-o^. Albany '&i)d Yjass.e. Sooth Aitsth^lian, .skrarnQr. -7R0 tons, ?Liiiirio, Master, -frpni Albany and Vasse.i Passenger +'or B nub ur\ .:— ALi\ ,W. Gt. Bur nett. . ?- .- «JlllYL-». FLrsDBRS.^teainei', 398 .tons, ^Morrison, ?Master, froin. Frenmntle. I',a3sepg.er8 .foiv Biuibury : — Mr. and Mrs. Von Bibra. ??DEPA-ltTCIRES. ?.: July 'li. Rob Roy, strainer, 39-i tons, -Irvine, Mas ter,' for Frcmanfcle. Pussengers froip Bun bury : — Mr. and Mrs. P.. Troy,' Mr. and Mrs. Barflelt and family (4), M^s?r3. R. Perkins and P. Dock3ty. .,-.-.- t-ouxn AusTiiAiiAjf, .steamer. -760 tons, Laurie, Masfeer; for Freniantlo. Passengers from Bunbury : — Mrs. W. C. Clifton and Messrs. \Vm'. Japes aiifl S|ior.e! ' ' ' .July ;16. Flind fins/ '; steamer, 398 tons, Morrison, Mas! er, for ^lbany and Vasse.

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BUNBURY MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888

BUNBUEY MECHANICS' INSTI TUTE. At the monthly meeting held on June 22nd, the following Members of Committee were present: — T. Hay ward, Chairman, E W. Lowe, Secre tary K.Williams, H. Castilla J. Ban ting, E. H. Purnell, J. Gibbs, H. W. Gibbs, and TV W. Paisley. Minutes of last meeting having been read and confirmed, The Secretary stated that Mr. Penu's concert realised £2 8s. Miss Puruell's Theatricals cleared £1.5 6s. 8d. towards the Building Fund. Ee solved that votes of thanks be record ed to Mr. Penn and Miss Purneli, also to all those who took part in the proceedings. In reply to application from Dan cing' Assembly for use of Hall, it was resolved that the Hall be let as re quested on last Friday evening in each month, from 7 to 12. The committee loom'may be used at same time, un less required for meetings, in which ea--e ij, will be free at 9 30, charge for 5 nights to be £3 15s. Complaints having been made that dogs were constantly admitted to reading- room, to the discomfor...

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THE BUNBURY JETTY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888

THE BUNBURY JETTY. During the recent heavy weather the. fender piles of the Bunbury jetty were washed loose at the bottom and. no steps having been taken to secure them they all fell over, and are now lying at the bottom. It appears that when they were driven they did not enter the basaltic reef over which the jetty was carried and were only held in their place by the braces 'to the main structure. One pile was pulled up and now lies on the shore. Its foot is split up some six feet and the shoe driven right into the wood and the bottom battered flat. The others are no doubt just the same and in consequence they all gave way when the slight hold they had in the bottom was disturbed. We understand that when they were first noticed to be loose Mr. Hayward suggested to the Ke'sident Magistrate that he should at once order them to be lashed to the jetty with chains, which would have kept them in their place. This would only have cost a few pounds, but Mr. Cowan did not like to do this wi...

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