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The Advertiser. Nihil sine Labore. JULY 17th, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888
... , .,.g , # .. 2V7/(.7 .sue Lahore. ' ; ??'.' '/JULY 17th, LN88.'' 11 ailw ay cons true tion, it is aifticipated, will -be carried on with vigour as soon as tho Great matter of Responsible Government is settled, JSrow the question as to the most profitable way of building them arises and the subject is one which requires careful de liberation. Land grant rail ways have their advocates and their opponents. Some say the land is no use as it is and if capitalists can be found wil ling to build and work rail ways and take payment in land it will save the colony incurring the liability. Others object to signing away the landed estate of the country which may be much more val uable some day than the cost of the line, and this would benefit only the investors. Again many favour the guar antee system, by which a com pany or syndicate undertake to construct a line on payment of an annual interest on its cost, with ultimate reversion to the Government. Still further. some of our politician...
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888
local #£lus. TpE Agricultural Society's half-. 3'e^rly meeting to be held on Saturday week is not at 3 p.m. os udverjiisecl bujb at 1'rSO p.m. A^e were misinformed as; to, the. cargo of the Albany being ch.jiijged1 att 35s. a ton on account of trap$h.ipment to the Bob Roy, and the. Wter dia-. .charging alongside the. jetty. The. full price of 40s. a ton Q]^ goods from Adelaide was paid by thq.Qonaignees. : Pros, it is s.iid, can tstijfe baits poi soned with strychnine. v\yjbh impunity. This however has been, round to be falauious as Mr E. M,cJj/.arty of Pin* jarrah lost 14- pigs whj^h.got into Mr. ^ Patterson's paddock an^j ate the pois oned carcases which, tjhe native dog had killed and which, w.ere intended for his destruction, 'tyiere is also an erroneous opinion pr,eyva)ent amongst our fanners that swine., are impervious to snake bite. .Mrs. IVLtl* JjJirfcy lost two fine fat porkera frouj, t,h|s cause, one -.. of which could not po&sifyy have come by its death by. il.u^....
OUR CITY LETTER. PERTH, JulY 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888
OUR CITY LETTER. (From Our Correspondent.) Prrtit, July 12th. The unemployed agitation at pres ent being organised in Fremantle is attracting a vast amount of attention owing to the fact that many influen tial residents of the town maintain that there is no distress nor want in the locality and that there is plenty of work for those wishing for employ ment. So far as that is concerned we have had ample proof that the labour market of the colony is in a very stagnant condition, as I have frequeut ly notified from week to week in these columns that work was exceedingly scarce, and many were leaving the colony owing to the depression of trade, and that there were numerous families on the verge of starvation owing to the breadwinner being un able to get work. I have had many opportunities of observing the true state of affairs and I can safely say without exaggeration that the stories detailed by many of the unemployed are perfectly correct. One family I know has been subsisting upon po...
SCRIPTURE EXAMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888
tfCREPL'UKE EXAMINATION. Wb huve received an account of the ? examination in Scripture of the ?Grovrrmriont Boys' School from Rev. K. li: Purnell and Rev. E, Holliday which we publish below : — - To the Editor. Sir, — A week or two ago, in re sponse to the kind invitation of Mr. PurneJi, I assisted him in examining ~tht- uoys attending our Government School on portions of the Bible which the lads had been giving consideration to for some time. Viewing the examination as a whole (at least my part of it) I am sure it will give satisfaction to both parents and teacher to know that the boys as a whole have done very well. The following ris a list of those who gained from li to IS marks out of a possible 19: — George Baskerville, ... 18 Athelstan G-ibbs, ... 18 Victor Spencer, ... ... 18 Charles Smith, ... ... 17 Charles Caporn, ... ...... 17 Bin field Teede, ... ... 17 Ernest Gibson, ... ... 17 '.Robert Ali, ... ... 1(5£ Walter Gibson, ... ... 16£ ?Llew. Spencer, ... ... 16 'William Ric...
COMMERCIAL. BUNBURY PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888
.COMMERCIAL. Bunbuey Prices Cuehent. Flour ,.Snow flake ... £13 per ton. : Barley .... 4s. per bushel. Oat.s * ..... 4s. „ „ W,heafc ...» ;5s. ,, ,, J3ran (scarce) ... ... £8 per ton .'. Pollard do. ... ... £10 „' „' : Chaff ... ... ~£S 10s.',, ! Potatoes ... ... £6 „ „ ? Onions ... ... £7 „ ,, Butter (Fresh) .... Is. 7d. per lb. : Sugar ... 28s. to 36s. per cwt. Tea ... Is. 6d. to 2s. per lb. Soap .'???? ??? 22s. per cwl. Candles ... by the box lOd. per lb. Bacon ... ? ... lid. per lb. Live.Guano ... ... none in market. BuNBUit.r, Ji(ly lOfcli, 1838.
THE ADVANTAGE OF KEEPING A VARIETY OF STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888
THE ADVANTAGE OF KEEP ING A VARIETY OF STOCK. ? ^jv — — — — Tw a recent address before the Ed inburgh University, Professor Wal lace, referring to the advantage gain ed by keeping different kinds of stock on 1 he farm, said : — ' Variety of live stock on a farm, quite as much as a variety of crop ping, is a source of wealth accumula tion in the holding. With variety greater numbers can be kept, and the best use can be made of all food by giving the quality suitable by each description of animals. Further, dif ferent varieties of stock appropriate different proportions of ingredients from the soil, and in this way several varieties do not exhaust it of any one ingredient in particular. For exam ple, the loss to the land sustained by selling milk from a large dairy is greater than that which would re sult from keeping a smaller number of cows, rearing their calves, and feeding them iu maturity. It is taken for granted that the same amount and quality of food is given in each case. The...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888
Kangaroo and Opossum Skins ; wanted 300 dozen of each per week. Highest market prices given. Cash. W. Prossek, Bunbury aud Vasse. — [A DVT.] — nairoERS— WILL be received up to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, July 17th, tor 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. VAS3E Road, June 30, 1888. ~ NOTICK '? BROUGHT 'in from off my run and now in my paddock, one STRAWBERRY' STEER branded ZZ on off hip, about 7 years old. If nor claimed within the time allow ed by law will be sold to defray expenses. . JOHN FOWLER, Prkston' Kivf/r, near Buubury. pASHioisABLK Tailor, -Nayal, Military, THE JSTEVV SYSTEM.. Gents' Outfitter, Breeches Maker, and ('v-iuoal Tailor, * ««*d?'*\ Habit Maker, and Ladies' Jacket Maker Onr F- fN#Pt b- Avn \r hit JLEBRATED JLllOWSEttfc -'fcJNfc&i** and V EST lVXAKER, MARKET STREET, 'Vf # J1 g WILLIAMS FREMANTLE, W. A,
Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888
JEa fi J^o t i c csf. Mails close at Bunbjiry Post Olficu as follows :- ..For PorfcTi, &c. Mondays and Thursdays at, 10-lG a^V:':' ???'?' ' .' For y?i8sp, &c.' Tuesdays' and Fridays ixt 3-ap.p.'iii. ? For Black wood, &c.' Wednesdays' at 6 a.m. lor Eiiropo, Lndia,, China «md Australian Colonies per s. s. Rob Hoy at G p.m.. on ??Tuesday, July I7thv ?For Perth, Ac, per s. s. South Australian ?about Tuesday 'nexh.
Bunbury Local Court. TUESDAY, JULY 10th, 1888. Before W. D. Cowan, Esq., R.M., and Wm. Spencer, Esq., J.P. MARY GARVEY v. WILLIAM BELL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888
Buntury Local Court. Tuesday, July 10th, 1888. Before W. D. Cowan, JEsq., R.M., and Wm. Spencer, JEsgr., J.P. Mary Garvey v. William Bell. Claim £4 for rent and ejectment of the defendant from the -premises. This was i country case and the place was proved to be unfit to live in and the defendant stated he had no where to go if he left. The Court gave judgment for 10s. rent and costs and the defendant to clear out in 14 days. Henry Trt&well v. M. Hay & Son. This was for £7 LOs. 3d. against which there was a set-off of £6 5s. 6d. The defendants had paid the balance £1 4s. 9d. into Court, Mr. Dixon from the office of Mr. W. Lovegrove appeared for the defendant, and the plaintiff conducted his own case. The set-of being heard first, Mr. Dixon stated that they admitted the plain tiff's claim and had paid into Court the sum of £1 4s. 9d.; there were now only 3 items in dispute which plain tiff stated he had not received viz : £ cwt. soap 14s. on March 22nd. 1887, ?g- cwt....
Ploughing Match. WEDNESDAY, JULY 25th. COMMITTEE: [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888
Ploughing Mateh. WEDNESDAY, JULY 25th. Committee; Messrs. T). A, Hay, (Chairman.) Joseph Hough, G.' W. Floyd, H. J. Trigwell, Thomas Delaporte and C. ,T. Ashwell. Jl'does : Thomas Marriott, Esq., ,.senr., W. J. Roberts, Esq. and Thos. , Hay ward, Esq. niHE following priios will be given -*- at the Ploughing Match to be held at MILL POINT on Wednesday July 25th :— Foil. All Comers. ' -First Prissp.. ? £7 .Second do,- ... ... £,4i Third, do. ? £2. Spscial Prizes will be given if funa* permit;' ? ?Entries 10s. each will be received iff hhe Hon. Secretary on or before yatjutf#ay next, the 21st instant, at the JOtQUfhern Jdvertiser office up to 9 p.m !.rvt#Subscribers'-of 10s. each will be al 'l-DWed to enter free. ' ,. v- . ?'''? '?' ? -?;-:-Teams to be ' on- thegr'du:u€i;::ati945 ?aviiT. and eaclt competitor to' plough 'a (qu'arter of »ah a«re before 2 p.m. ' .(Chris. J .ASH WELL, ':jH'6ir. Seuketaut. ' June 18th, 1888.
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888
To the Editor. Sir, — At the Scripture Examination of the Boys' School, Bunbury, Mr. Buchanan was prevented from' being present. Mr. Holida\r however at tended and consented to take the first division ot the school, while I made. myself responsible for the se cond an'd third. I have asked Mr. Holiday ;:to send a separate report of the first division ?; which he examined. In the second division the subjects taken up were the History of the Creation, and tho lives of Noah, Abra ham, Joseph and Moses in the Old Testament. In the New Testament the Life of Christ and a repetiti .it of the 23rd and 4Ntb Psalma ivui the Ten Commandments. On the whole the knowledge of the Old Testament was stronger than that ai: the X\Tew, and the repetition was the strongest point of all. The class of course con tained boys of very various ages, but the difference between the worst boys and the best was even wider than usual. I think myself that the amount suggested in 'the scheme for the year is more than...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888
GRATEFUL— COMFORTING BRgAKFAST, 'By a thorough- knowledge of the natural laws which govern fche operations of digestion and nutrilior., and by a on refill application pf the fine properties of well-selected .cocoa, iVIr. Epp.-j has provided our breukfagt tables vjfch a delicafcelv-flavourcd beverage which miiy save us many heavy doctor's bills. It is by the judicious uge of su.ph articles of diofc that a constitution may be built up until strong enough tq resist any tendency to disease. Hundreds, of subtile maladies are floating aroimd us ready to af taok wherever there is a weak' 'point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished frame.' ?^-See article in the CUnl Servi e Gazette. Made simply with boiled water or- milk. Sold in ilb packets by Grpcers labelled: — JAS. EPPS & CO., HOilOSPATIIIC C11EJJIST3, . LO.NJJON, ENGLAND. ^__ . ... _ — — ? i Bridgetown Store. A. W, MOULTON, 'O'ENERAL pTOll^KEEPEK, ] Aucti...
COUNTRY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 17 July 1888
COUNTRY NEWS. (From an occasional correspondent.) The following is the experience of a traveller and n description of the country lying between Dardanup and Lake Preston. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Lake Preston, July 4th, 1883. From where I write to you is in- deed at the best dreary and solitary and more particularly at this season of the year as at present it is for ever raining with occasional inter- mission. There is no human being nearer than 14 miles distant where one other solitary bachelor resides, who at present is my next door neigh- bour, and who, a hundred chances to one, is never at home when any- body calls that way. Here with all the solitariness and dreariness of my &nbsp; present situation the locality and the surroundings has even more attract- ions for my mind and imagination than more crowded haunts, or popu- lous places, and indeed if the old prov- erb be true that single or solitary life is symbolical blessedness, this is really one of...
VASSE NOTES. July 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 July 1888
VASSE NOTES. (Fbom Oub Corbespondent.) July 9th. - The past week has been a repetition of the last five warm sunny days, weather iu which one can fancy they can see things grow. The season i thus far has been all that could be I desired and if nothing comes in the I shape of severe frosts crops ought to I be good. However there is yet plenty I of time for severe frost/ , weather, I but it is to be hoped it may keep off. Tenders for the construction of the Trap Bridge have not yet been ac cepted. Intending contractors came from Bunbury to Vasae to examine plans and several tenders were re ceived, but plans and specifications were sent down only for covering the old structure, so the Roads Board had again to write to the Government pointing out the noce. sity of a new bridge throughout. Mr. Poole was sent down by the Works Department to further report on the bridge, and up to the present the matter stands in abeyance. There have been re ports sufficient ou the bridge in all conscience...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 July 1888
TO STAND AT LOCKE VILLE, the celebrated thoroughbred Stallion ISOFOMY, FOR A FEW MAKES ONLY at £15 per mare. G-ooi- Paddocks at 2s. per week. Every care taken but no responsibil ity. This horse is so widely known throughout the Australiau Colonies that comment is not necessary. For performances see V.R.G. Register . For dimensions etc. see Soicthem Advertiser of May 22nd last. E. C B. & M. LOCKE. Lockeville, June 30th, 1888. NOTICK HHHE Masquerade Ball which was to -*- have taken place this week is unavoidably postponed on account of the Masks, etc., not arriving in time. J. a. BALDOCK, Peomoteb. B anbury, July 20th. FOR SALE. /'iOTTAGfE containing four rooms, \J verandah forty feet in front, situate junction of the Yasse and Blackwood Roads. Good well of water and oven nearly new. For particulars apply to E. M. CLARKE, Storekeeper. Bunbury, July 16th, 1888. NOTICE. BEEN' running with my herd for the last 8 months, one Da.bk Red Bull, about 2 years old. No mark or brand visi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 July 1888
jffiv n 77 Pin 7 w /7 v!//y7 'h oil JTil U Liu I vuitiM Wlijli- L-iv9 jfHp HE. strain launch Athiyita will ply -c*- jbetween ;th,e ; Bathing House /tlotty .apt.1 iVIi)l l^oirjt on the above ,, da Jte..,sbpuJd sufficient- iiKJuyement offer. JiETURjST.J^A;KES— Is. each. -CHILDREN— 6d. 11. FORREST. ^BlJ.NBlTltY, .Tilly 9t[|. ^VKLLmGTO^, $II$$E£ AND -MUKlUr AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. tnpH^E .annual meeting of .the abqve ?f- Society '.will ibe' held in the Me chanics' Institute, Bunhury, on £a.t '.urdm: afternoon, July 28th, at 1*30 o'clock, |or the transaction of general business'. ? J. FQS1 Ml JOHNSTON, ' \J?EO.IIETARY, 'BiJNBUitY, July 7th. NOTICE. ^OEEN running with my cattle and JO 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 cowb. Anyone showing a better claim to it, can have the same by paying all pxpenscs. ROBERT FOWLER. Preston River, July 10th. WATCHES! Watches I Watches ! Time is Money. '¥ F you '...
COMMERCIAL. BUNBURY PRESSES CURRENT [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 July 1888
.(' ^IMBKCTAFi. 'BUNBU'AV Pr. U'FJPv U'RHENT. '-Floiu' 'Sno. -a\o ... £13 per ton. Barley ... ? 4s. per bushel. Oat-* ... 'is. „ „ 'Wheat ? ... 5s. „ „ Bran (scarce) ... ... ' £8 per ton. Pollard do. ... ... £10 „ „ Chaff ... ... £5 10s. „ Potatoes ... ... £7 „ „ Onions ... ... £7 ,, ,, Butter (Fresh) ... Is. 7d. per Ik Sugar ... 28s. to 3(5s. ppr cwt. , Tea ... Is. 6d. to 2s. per lb. Soap ... ... , ( 22s. per cwL ], Candles ... by the box lOd. per lb. Bacon ' ... ... lid. per lb. . Live &uano ... ... none in market. -'?' BuNBuny, July 10th, 1SS8.
Shipping. PORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 July 1888
;^|)ipping; /POJir OF BUNRtJlit;. ?-. ;:; . ARRWALS. : '. ' . '-':.}''? July 17. ? .; Thbresa, schooner, 50 tons, Vied,' Master, from Vasse. Passenger for JJunbury : — Mr. 3. King. ' ,...?? . ''???..'?'????'?' ?:? ?? is. ?? ????i South Australian, steamer, 760 tons, Laurie, Master, from Fi'eraan; le. Passengers for Bnnbuvv : — Miss L. 'Phoirmsori. Messrs. P, Bond. W.. Jones and 2 Bengalese. 1:- '?' ? -?? . ^. ?:.? . . - — .-., ^lijojses, steainev, 89'3 tops^ -Morrison, Master, from. Vasse a:\d Albauy, ' ,. . ; DEPARTURES. \ ::; Juix is. ' ,v Sottth Australian,... steamer^ 760' tons, ?fjaurie, Master, for Vasse.antl Albany. Pas engers from J3unburj :— -Mrs. .fPo\vnellvaiKl ? nfanfc, Messrs. G-. T. Poole, J; Palmer, O. .S'etfclelock, 1-\ Waters and tiears. ' ' .? .23..... ...\- . .? ? ;.-. :' ????? . Flinders, steamer r 2398 tons, Morrison, Master, for. i-emautie.