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VASSE NOTES. July 29th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 July 1888

TASSEK DIES'. (Fsom Our Correspondent.) July 29th. It is not often I have to chronicle that we of the Yasse Have had an eventful week, but such the past has really been, and the results of what has occurred or rather the outcome may be pregnant in a very great mea sure with good or evil for the Dis trict, according to the use that is trade of the opportunity now again before the electorate. Mr. George Layman M.L.C. sent forward to His Excel lency the Governor his resignation of his seat held in the LegislatuJfc for the Vasse during the last four years by last mail. Before going further into the mitter let me add that Mr. Layman as always been held and is stil-. hv d in the highest esteem ihroughuut the whole district by all sections of the community. At the last general election he was opposed simply because it was thought that this gentU'inan'a nervousness might stand in his way as a speaker and not because he was not. highly respected by i;h- se who then opposed him. Throughout th...

Publication Title: Southern Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TELEGRAMS. LONDON, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 July 1888

TELEGRAMS. LONDON, July 24. After a stormy debate, in which the Irish members took a prominent part, the Parnell Commission Bill passed its second reading in the House of Com mons without division. In the course of the debate the Rt. Hon. Joseph Chamberlain expressed his belief that Mr. Parnell was innocent of the charges of illegal conspiracy made against him, and suggested that the Government should pay all Mr. Par n ell's costs should he successfully rebut them. The proposition was re garded with favour, but it was not formally put. ST. PETERSBURG, July 24th. : Ihe Emperor of Germany has left St. Petersburg for Stockholm on a a visit to the King off Sweden. It ia \ stated that the Emperor is delighted with his visit to the Czar, and the en thusiastic reception generally accord- ?' ed to him in Russia- It is most prob able that the Czar will also visit the King of Denmark. It i-* stated that General Boulanger professes not to be in the least dis couraged by his ( et'eat at Ardeche...

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The Priest's Bridge. A LEGEND OF MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 July 1888

The Prifst's Bridge. A LEGEND OF MEXICO. By Y. H. Addis. TiifWB P»n be but little doubt that the holiest priest, the saintliest man, who ever lived in Mexico was Juan de Nava. Indeed, it would be hard to flnd in any elitne or generation, Under whatsoever conditions, a soul of greater purity and self-abnegation, a creature in whom the flesh and its concomitant evils and vanities were inure completely subjugated by the domination of a serene and lofty spir* It. ' . . A-''-. Juan de Nava was a man of gentle birth and breeding ; his right to the title of Don was absolute and a heritr a-re, not casual or honorary, He had been reared in affluence, with every advantage of environuent and cul ture existent in hie day ; and he had some years att lined his majority when he embraced the priestly calling. He entered the clergy with calmness, de liberation and system, as he was wont to apply these traits to every act and situation; and none ever knew what motives impelled him— whether strong rel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 July 1888

TO STAND AT LOC SEVILLE, the celebrated thoroughbred Stallion IS03TOMY, FOR A FEW MARES ONLY at £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 comment is not necessary. For performances see V.JR.G. Register. For dimensions etc. see Southern Advertiser of May 22nd last. E. C. B. & M. LOCKE. Lockeyille, June 30th, 1838. f i Fashion ahle Tailoe, Naval, AIilitajiy, THE NEW SYSTEM. Gents' Outfitteb, Bbeeches Makes, | V; *nd Clerical Tailob, «*«?.fi Habit Makes, and Ladies* Jacket Makbb CHP r. JamSTOi jr. ~xt hit ELEBBATED XROWSERS ?HOaWfiS»* **p VEST JjXAKER, i^ARKET STREET, ^J . F . WILLIAMS FREMANTLE, W. A.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 July 1888

G. ft. McPherson, Saddler, Harness, & Collar Maker, VASSE EOADj BUNBURY. ElWfitJTFULLY informs the set tlers that as he is visiting the BnuNswrcic and HArveV fof a short 'time, he is prepared to call on any of the settlers iti that part that may re quire his services for a few days NOTICE. ANT person found Kangaroo hunting of otherwise, trespassing an ihy paddocks or on my runs at the Pit kr tost will be prosecuted according to law. J. F. JOHNSON. ; LEscifRNAtJLT, July 28th. NOTICE IS hereby given that any person or persons Kangaroo hunting or otherwise trespassing on my runs at the Preston or my Parkfield Estate will be prosecuted as the law directs. R. H ROSE. TParicfield, July 28th, 1888. WELLINGTON, NELSON AND MURRAY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. IfTIHE adjourned meeting of the JL above will take place on SAT URDAY, August 25th? in the Me 'chanics' Institute, Bunbury, at 11 ?o'clock in the forenoon. J. FOSTER JOHNSON, Secretary, Bunbury, July. 28th. . N^_TJ_C E . A MEETING of th...

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The Advertiser, Nihil Sine Labore. JULY 31st, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 July 1888

Kihil sine Lahore. JULY 31st, 1888. The revenue from all the Government departments for the last quarter, though not quite up to that of tbe corres ponding period of last year, shows that the times are not so bad as they have been rep resented. Though nearly -£1OOO less, the expenditure in consequence of the great re duction made and stoppage of many public works, is also considerably less, over £11,000. Of course out of this sum must be taken the amount spent on works still proceed ing, unexpended loan bal ances, but still making every allowance the result proves that the drastic measures a dopted by the Government* to reduce the expenditure l)y n' policy of inaction, instead of a vigorous and bold one, wc^e. to a groat extent unwarranted. In; fact the remedy for the falling off in the revenue was more severe than the malady required. It is satisfactory at any rate to find that this is lh» case, in one sense. Oof the, oifoer hand a certain amount Ot vexation must bo caused bv fie k...

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COMMERCIAL BUNBURY PRICES CURRENT. WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 July 1888

^M^EliCIAL. HBunburv Prices Current. WHOr.ESA.liE. -Flour Patent Boiler ... £13 per ton. -jBavley ... 5s. per' bushel. Vh.uit ... ., 5s. 6d. „ ' IB.mi.i' .(scares) ... ... £8 per ton. JVl.u-d 'do. .;. ... £10 „ „ .. ;chaflf '?? ... ... £6 „';?? ?Potatoes ... ... £7 „ „ Onions ... ? . ... .-.. £7 -jl t ufter ( Fresh) .', ,'. .. Is. d. per lb. '►Sui-ar ... S28s. to.SlJs. per ewt.. ?'£'(?'* ... Is. tfri. to 2s. per lb. Soap ... ?' ;..v 22s. per cwt. Candies ... by the boi lOd. per lb. Baeon ... ' ?;.. . 18. peril,. Mvo- G^-«ftno ... ?.?.,:. none in market. ' \B0NBUBjr, Jiily 30l.h, 1838. .

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MASQUERADE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 July 1888

MASQUERADE BALL. On Mond-y evening last a very stcjessful Masquerade Bali took place in the Mechanics' Institute. A fair number were present and some of the dancing was really very good. Sev eral step dances which in point of excellence we have seldom seen beat en, were given by Mr. A. Hislop, who was dressed as a sailor and Mr. H. Wright who represented very effect ively the Swiss Chief 'Thunder Cloud.' It would be invi 'ious to draw comparisons, but prominent among the female costumes were Miss L. Brittain, who represented the Yankee Federation, being got up in a highly effective costume of stars and stripes. In front of personal appearance Miss Elliot carried off the palm and Miss Woodrow and Miss F. Wenn also looked very well. The male, costumes were numerous and effective and apart from the two already mentioned, Messrs. Owen Hough and J. Sinclair, who were dress ed in naval costumes, were decidedly the best. The whole affair reflected great credit upon the pro. not. r, Mr. Jam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 July 1888

? Proprietor. _ h f. ?' .^ J* ? ? '' yf. - ? ?? *'?'*.'.- ? ' nr^HIS old 'established house.Tias- been taken by.tlie undersigned who hopes to obtain a fair sliare of public support by civility and 'at'tenti'biif f Uy selling only the . best:, liquqrs, ? by keeping a. first class. -tabiey^a-nd providing for the conrfort of his visitor^ awfd-cU'S^omers.' ?? ? / ' . ;. The building is being' thoroughly renovated, the rooms . re-f urmsh|d gii| ^t|i| |icc^Mi| gSatiM iafCorded will be adequate for the' town. r Bath-room and other \ conveniences. Priyate roomy iipsjfcairsi 3 \i -? /i ..^uu« v ; ??- v^ The C^ishM'isy^iid.^r ihb imniediate VhrerMoii^oiP Mrs.' - Forbes ?oi^liat;the table- is-'pro'vided with pallt til e-deldcaQies': M. i the seasoji. ,. Meals -prepaTed. at any hour. ... .,-. -...-. Jas. M.cEwan's.. CeJeSmted- Ale: always, on,*, draught, . PT° nounced by those who taste it the besIv^nid^iugiitestale. The stabling 'M fenicient under tter^^er^sionS^D Jafr. :; experiohced and atte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 July 1888

B12GS to thank the inhabitants of Bridgetown and the Blackwood District for their support during the last 15 years, while he hag been in the Boot trade, and to inform them that he hnn now opened his NEW ??'GENERAL STOBE, where all kinds of merchandise can be obtained at reasonable prices. Highest price given for Kangaroo Skins. LONDON H 0 U S b, BRIDGETOWN. ^(Opposite the Show Grounds.) ^o the inhabitants of Bunbury and surrounding- districts, - j^QW IS ;THE TIME 10 HaJkf Y°v* purchases. LONDON mmM ' Is now open. again where is shown thq largepf., A ne west Ittid Leet selected stock olf ''?'-? ? * Winter £ro-?ds ev6* ihtt^b iix the, colon y, consisting of ?]j'3^Ta$#|j^ ? ; Mantles, TJlbters, Blankets, ; Flannels, ! Winter $u&r, Overcoat's, Furniture, Pianos, ' ' j , -QKgans,' ' ' ! ^Watches, ' ,, : 7Jewellefy, i f$C.,-$C.,.&C. ' ' ? , jiUL fcjie .above .are , -direct if r#m- tyM ^aiiufa^tjur^jBj.b^ghtjfor^CaB.h. MAKE ,YGIJli' ;PUKCIIA8ES} ! #qod as ITew. -jDp, able b...

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Shipping. PORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. July 24. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 July 1888

gripping. PORT OF BUNBURT. ARRIVALS. July 21. FxiNDfiHS, steamer. 39S tons, Morrison, Master, fivtm Vussc a 'd Albany. 29. AlbAnIt, steamer, 7--0 tons, 4nthon, Mas ter, from MelbOilrnu and Adelaide via Albany and Vasse. frftr/urruRES. ' . ' . 24. Fmndehs, steamer :?98 t)ns, Mpir^on, Master, for' Fremantle. Passengers from Bunbury : — Mrs. Vincent and son, Me-siM. J. O'Burns, Gk b\ Kibble and W.3. E. Moore. 20. !£heresa, schoonerj 50 tons, E. id, Master for F e'nia itli j Passenger from isunbury : — Mr. J a. nes King. 29. Alb Nir, steamer, 760 tons, Antlion, Mas ter, for Fremantle. Passengers from Bun bury : — Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Muir a.id daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 July 1888

'P.Y.a tlioi*ywgh knowledge. .o£tlje. natural ? Jaws w'l'ijqli govern tlio opera t ?fon.V-'o't digestion- '? and niiiMiur.^and'b.y'ii cm refit! application of . ?' t.lie finiTproperfTos of well-^'hu'ted cocoa, Mr, ? Kpps lias : provided our -. breu.Ufast tables^with. -. a dolk-.at/elv-Mayc^^ . save Ti^niaruHii'-avj;, doctor's frills. .fXt_ is/.py ... Llio j ucljcio.us 'iifc 0% sub'li articles of dfofc tl'iat'a ? (ions3t.ifcj.Uioh' -m\if bc^-buili-. up;.' until; strong; ?? enough5 Mo*'- fe;sist'~any \tendoney .to'-' disease.: .; Hundi'tfdsVdf subtile - ''liialatlwjs. are- l.loa|-ng;i , around -/Us rqady to athaclc.vOiorevpr.th.iire^a ;_ weak point.. . ^VeipUj; ,(^c'iipG,^ffanyva fatal , ;, shaft b V .keeping' ' qiivscJVbs. well't' oVtiiied wiljlf ' ?'.' pure blootfiiiitt :a ]^\^VrIy'nourisl!ed;'sl;raim*e.;v'- :i — See -avticTe in1 tiieCrbi'l ' SeMi e WazetM. i. Made' simply. With boiied.\vateiior.niillc.rj-v -- . SoMH.n^lJ'ip/u.'ly.tg by Grocers labelled:^'. .- '; ? '?' HOM(jiP;\TH.T...

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WELLINGTON ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 July 1888

WELLINGTON UOADS BOARD. The usual monthly meeting of the Wellington Hoads Board was held in the Mechanics' Institute Buubury, on Saturday morning last at 11 o'clock.! Present, Messrs. D. A. Hay, Chair man, ii, H, Hose, Joseph Hough, James Maguire, John Trigwell, ind Dr. liarvev. The minutes of the last meeting having been read. Mr. Maguire ob jected to them being passed as Mr. . Hay had giren two votes, his own and a casting one and he thought the Chairman was not entitled to do so. Dr. Harvey explained that if those minutes were correct the Board could not do otherwise than pass them and after some little discussion it was pro proposed by Dr. Harvey and seconded ' ?' '' by Mr. B. II. Kose that the minutes asC'^^' :-;ii read be passed. This was carried. ; -,. - The following accounts were then.-; . passed: — W. E.cleston, £2 l(ls.; ' Southern Advertiser, £2; Samuel War-'' f burton, £4 6s.; Walter Trigwell, £2 - 18s. 3d.; T, White, £5; and *\ Travera £5. A number of accounts that wer...

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 July 1888

&l a 1 1 Kot'i cr.«f. Mails close at Bunbury Post. Oife a« follows. :- For Perth, &c. Mondays arid Thursdays at 10-10 a.m. ?'- ????? \ ' For Vasse. &o. Tuesday's aWd' Fridays at 8:30 p.m. .????-.? For Black wood. &c. WedintfAays' Utfjajiii lor Europe, India, Chiii«v'imd Australian C'ol'oriios per s. s. Rob Jtoij at 6 p. ill.1 on 9'Uestlliy, July 31st, ' ? ? ... ? ' ' }?? --v'' ' ' ' '

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Fatal Accident. MR. JOSEPH LOGUE KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 July 1888

Fatal Acddeiit. MR. JOSEPH LOGUE KILLED. At a late hour on Wednesday even ing the melancholy intelligence was received in town that Mr. Joseph I/ugue, of the Harvey, had been, run over by his own team and killed. His brother-in-law, Mr. THos. Havward, at once set out with the police, and the body was ''found ' lying about a ?quarter of a mile on the Bunbury side of Mr. John Cr:unpt- n'a. [t was at once taken to the house of Mrs. Hep pingstone and an inquest was held the following day. It appears that the deceased gentleman was driving his own team from Bunbury and at Aus tralind took \n f our bags of potatoes. At the spot where he met his death is ai deep hole in the road, into which the wh.el of his dray went, shaking off by the jolt two bags of potatoes, ?and it is supposed that ]\Ir. Logue, who was sitting, on the dray, was ?dragged ofF by the tarpaulin, which vas Dr- -light down. by the falling of « the potatoes, and the .'wheel, passed, over his bo.'y from, h is legs to his hea...

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PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 July 1888

PLOUGHING MATCH. Tn accordance with arrangements mule fi ploughing match was held at Mill i'oint, about two miles from Bun bury, on Wednesday last. The \eek before having been so exception ally fine it was feared that the day ?would be wet and consequently pre vent visitors from attending. How ever, though some heavy showers fell during the night the mor.iing broke bright and clear and continued fine throughout the day, during which a large number of people attended to witness the operations from town and country. The land had been pegged off in lots of something over a quarter of a-n acre, and at 9'45 a.m. the compet itors were all on the ground and drew for lots. The land was not ail that could be desired, two or three trees having been in the way, and the for mer ploughing not having been good the lands were rather uneven. There were seven entries ,4 wheel and 3 swing ploughs competing in the one class. The names of the competitors were A. Moore, T. A. Delaporte, Jos. Hough, W. D...

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A NEW POTATO. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 7 August 1888

A NEW POTATO. (From at* American Periodical.) An acceptable addition to our table supplies, says the liurrtl Record, Ten nessee, comes in the shape of a new pntato, which has been recently dis c ivered in Bolha, b) a Mr. Sace The value to a li mentation of this new tuber may be jungeM from the fact that it is the most farinaceous of its species, and yields four crops per annum, 'i he Indians esteem it high ly, and call it pnp% purcka. These potatoes grow numerous bulbs, ten to fifteen in a bunch from one seedling, and the manifold stalks are covered, from base to top, with soft beautiful leaves, brilliai t with a lovely yellow i.-h green. The tubers weigh from one hundred to two hundred and fifty grammes (about three and one-half to nearly ten ounces), and contain twenty per cent, of fecula and seventy two per cent, of water. ' The American General Session of the Universal Union of Culinary Art, at its last session, made several culin ary experiments with the new potato which proved...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 7 August 1888

'WANTED, ! iftH DOZEN each KANGAROO AU^ and OPOSSUM SKINS Weekly for which the highest market ' 'Iprice will be given in Cash by ! Wm. SPENCER & SON. ' Skin Paint given free of charge. , ? Bunbury, .TuTie 1st. ; Kangaroo Skins \ WANTED to purchase in any i quantities for CASH. Highest Mabket Phtces given. Titos. HAYWARD. J. EMMERSON, i 'Chemist and Druggist, Prescriptions accurately dispensed, ; Horse and Cattle Medicines. Victoria St., Bunbury, W.&..J. .BOVELL,; Wholesale Grocers and Importers, VASSE Agents for Adelaide 'Steamship Co. ?'Joseph Bovell,. SHIPmt HOTEL, Albert Street, -Y ass e ? BEST ACCOMMO DATION- Finest Liquors. Billiards. Sample Rooms. IWMWAEJ) WILL be given by the undersign ed to anyone, who shall give information that will lead to the con viction of the person or persons who did wilfully break down my fence at Muddy Lake, near Minninup, on or about May 1st last. The above reward will also be paid to anyone who shall give information that will lead...

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The Priest's Bridge. A LEGEND OF MEXICO. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 7 August 1888

The Priest's Bridge. A LEGEND OF MEXICO. By T. Ii. Addis. (Continued from our last.') Juan de Nava, accustomed to be hailed at all hours and in all places in behalf of the dying or the distressed, paused and spoke to the silent figure : ' The peace of God be with thee, son. Can I do aught to serve thee ?' ' Ay ! ' Domingo Sarraza answered ; ' thou canst take thyself and thy prating hypocritic scruples where thou wilt interfere no more with the satis faction of thy fellows and the delights of yapig and warm blood ! ' and with thaTOe raked his arm and struck down swiftly, and there crashed through bone and brain the point of his dagger, ?driven home so deeply that Sarrnza could not withdraw it. The old man fell like a log at the feefc of his assassin. r. Domingo fc-iarraza made a great ef fort to detach the dagger, and, find ing it futile, gathered in his arms the body, so little 060 weight in its atten uation, and hurled it over the parapet into the canal beneath. At-k«me, Beatriz de...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 7 August 1888

To the Editor. Sir, — Since writing tbe above I have read your report cf the Wellington lioads Board, and I see- there that North wishes to have a contract on the Vasse Road cancelled. Now that man has had that contract in hand two years or over to do about 70 or 80 chains and it is ouly about half done, and when I have made inquiries why the work has not been completed the anssver invariably has been that he just does it to suifc his own conveni ence when he is burning lime, and then the beat of the stone is burnt and the rubbish or sandy portion is put on the load. Another excuse I have had, i. e. that he took the contract too cheap and it did not pay him, now I should like to know what that has to do with the pubic, that id the contractor's look out. If it had beeu a good paying job he would have completed it long ago tliere is no doubt, and as we arc to be taxed for road making there will be ample funds to pay for that work. For the members of the Roads Board must not think that...

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