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PACKING BUTTER , [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

VA.0JNQ BTTifTER: , ... . ..Irnii paper, rea-j at the x^ttent1 t-9i(rf .C(M:t('i?GnctJ-,,ijij.;Eng1and,. .,Mr. ,.TubM Wobb- -mi-il. :: A -very handy and esfpita'l way of;, packings as regards qoa^titfiy^ ;« that of even weight^ in diJBTe^enfi pacUagesj:'., introduce^. (by.the, Frenefti^. ofsayywlb ..nrkins, .or^Jilli^CifasKets, as it 'is so easy to, fur,n outfpr: aveyjpge, having onlr- to weigh the butter with ou* ariy; re^feronce to, u the .packages in ? \\-;hich?.it.waa:;Cpnta.ined.. ,^ is/also, to be father ''noticed that: i t;is - qui^e,.jtho exeBptfao to have to claim an average f 8? ]a hprt Weight i-any ofc ther regufaT* arid:weH-krtp-vfl shipping firms.; s^The ' Mi($& ha vi ng' alicrpd eo cpnsi^erotble*... o»fike©- years, artd, as. Gutter 33'. a otr. bought and- laid' in €ot- mbriths as it iised. to be;i 1 ?ee6mioenc* - and think oTiiJy the1 elfghtes-t and most partial use of salt is desirenble, ' wh^en a verj. 'slight ' sprinkle' GH»tBjde the cloth at the top of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

Published every Tuesday af- ternoon Term of Subscription :— In advance 10s. per annum. Booked- 3s. 6d. per quarter . Single copies 3d. each Advertisements: — First inch 3s (6d for one in- sertion, and a liberal discount for more space and greater number of insertions. Special arrangements on application for long standing advertisements. Advertisements will be con- tinued and charged for until countermanded, unless the number of insertions is written on the order. Letters and Advertisements should be received at the office not later than Monday night, if intended for publication in the following issue. All communications must bear the name and address of the sender. Agencies:— Perth,— Mr. H. B. Hartnoll, Vasse,— Messrs. W. & J. Bovell Bridgetown, — Mr. Moulton. Pinjarrah, — Augusta, — Adelaide,— Mr. H. Hampson. Melbourne, — ] Messrs. Sydney,— } Gordon & London,-— } Gotch, Ltd. THE ADVERTISER General Printing Office,   Printing of every description execute...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

DUNDEE STORE   Victoria St., Bunbury     M. HAY & SON,   Wholesale & Retail Merchants.           Farm Produce purchased. LONDON HOUSE, STEPHEN STREET,' BUNBURY, MERCHANT & IMPORTER The largest Stock of every kind of Goods in the Southern Districts. Drapery, Fancy Goods, Furniture, Ironmongery, Pianos, Organs, Drawing Room Suites, Stationery, etc., etc, . Also, Watches, Clocks, & Jewellery TOLLEY AND COMPANY,     Wine, Spirit, & General Merchants, SHIP BROKERS   AND BONDED WAREHOUSEMEN. WE HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND EVERY LINE OF Wines and Spirits, AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. Hotel Glassware a Speciality. Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes of all qualities and brands. Sole Agents in Western Australia for the following celebrated brands, in case and bulk: — . TRICOCIHE & HICTORCI BRANDIES.' &...

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The Advertiser. Nihil sine Labore. JANUARY 24th, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

Nihil sine Labore.       JANUARY, 24th, 1888. Tenders for a steam coastal mail ser- vice are called by a notice appearing in the " Government Gazette," dated the 10th instant. The Government are desirous of entering into an agree- ment for the conveyance of mails be- tween the Ports of Fremantle, Bun- bury and Vasse ; and between Fre- mantle, ,Derby .and Wyndham and all intermediate, ports, for a period of five years from August 1st next. It does not appear to be the intention of the Government to include Albany in the mail contract as by the end of the year through railway communication between the Southern port and the   capital will be an accomplished fact,   and it therefore behoves the people of Bunbury. and Busselton to, consider -how the proposed new service will af- fect their interests, and before the   Government are tied down to a five years' contract see if something can- not be done to benefit...

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COMMERCIAL. BUNBURY PRICES CURRENT [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 24 January 1888

COMMERCIAL. BUNBURY PRICES CURRENT. Flour Snow flake ... £14 per ton.   Barley ... , 3s. 9d. per bushel. Oats ... 3s 6d ,, ,, Wheat .... ... 5s. ,, ,,       Bran (scarce) ... ... £8 per ton.   Pollard do. ... ... ? £10 „ „ Chaff ... ... £6 ,, ,,     Potatoes ... ...£5 „ „   Onions ... £6 ,, ,,       Butter ... ... per keg 1s. 3d. per lb.   Sugar ... 28s to 36s. per cwt.         Tea ... 1s. 6d. to 2s. per lb.   Soap ... ... 22s. per cwt.     Candles ... by the box 10d. per lb.   Bacon ... ... none in market. Live Guano ... very scarce £10 per ton Bunbury, Jan. 24th, 1888.

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

Published every Tuesday af ternoon. Term op Subscription :— - In advance 10s. per annum. Booked 3s. 6d. per quarter. Single copies 3d. bach. Advertisements : — First inch 3s (id for one in ? sertion, and a liberal discount for more space and greater ^ number of insertions. Special arrangements on application for long standing advertisements. Advertisements will be con tinued and charged for until ? countermanded, unless the number of insertions is written . on the order. Letters and Advertisements should be received at the office not later than Monday night, if intended for publication in the following issue. All communications mnst bear the name and address of the sender. Agencies: — Perth,— Mr. II. B. Hartnoil, Vasse,— Messrs. W. & J. Bo veil .Bridgetown,— Mr. Moulton. Pmjarrah, — Augusta, — Adelaide, — Mr. II. Hampson. Melbo.irne, — -v Messrs. Sydney,— - Gordon & London,— ^ Gotch, Ltd. THE ADVERTISER General Printing Office* Printing of every description executed ...

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

J f ?? :- ' ? ? ? . Farm Produee purchased, y /STEPHEN STREET, BUNBURY, ' MEECHAWT & IMPORTER. 'The largest Stock of every kind ; gf Goods in the Southern districts. ?? 'Drapery, ' ' ??? '; ;i'i';'^ancy Goods, , ; '?..C .''.,Vr;: Eurniture, :'. '. -: '.. ??-?-- :a-n?.r-'-:i Ironmongery, Pianos, Organs, . ? 'Drawing. Room Suites, Stationery, . etc., etc; ? ? ) ', :' ? ? .:- i. ???''?.?..-?. I : ? ? ? ' ' '.,?-'. Jtlso,: Watches, Clocks, & Jewellery, ?r^OLLET'dND. COMPANY,/ -; -;'Z':'[ y\ ;:;'' ;- ; ; ''. Limited. : ; ? : ...? .? 'Wim, Spirit, & General Merchants, /:;/;^ ;,;;!? SHIP BROKERS : a ^i AND ^BONDED WAREHOUSEMEN. WE '''Hi VE : ALWAYS ON . HAND EVERY LINE OF ,uH7,-//-r: al^ines and Spirits,..- . . ??-. ' -.v '?V li ' ( -' AT LOWEST , POSSIBLE PRICES; .'. . ; -Hoiel: Glassware a Speeialit^^ ToMCGO, Cigaes and Cigarettes ^?^?J-:c^-.sSl- qualities and brands. ? .Sole P Argents- in ; Western. Australia for the following celebrated brands,, in .'A-ir-''l- ]...

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WELLINGTON SOAPS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 January 1888

WELLINGTON JR-OADS' BOARD. A. meeting of fhe 'Wellington 'Roads' Board was .held last Ssiturdiiy after noon in the Mechanics'' Institute, Bunbury. Present; Messrs. It. H. Bose, J.P., U. A* Hay, J. Maguire, W. C. llamsay- W.- Gavin, J..' Trig well and J. Hough. * : . - . Mr. Rose in tafongihe1 chair ex plained that as 'he -was- appointed . chairman at the last meeting, and no .?other being yet appointed he thought (be was justified in- holding that pos ition until they had elected a cbair ?' jman and the first duty they had to perform was to eloct one of the mem bers to that position. He explained that at the last meeting there was an 'equality of votes between Mr. Ma-'1 guire and himself, and as he refused to give the casting vote in favour of himself it was decided to wait until another meeting before they elected nuyone, and he thought the best way* to proceed would be to do as tbe\' ?used to about 8 years ago, viz : — To «elect a chairman by ballot. Mr. Mnguiro objected saying th...

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

AT ' ' ? ' .;..??.. ....?:; J./E. Hands, having decided to keep open until after the Races has'. -determined to sell the whole of his surplus stock at greatly reduced prices, in order to make room forNEW GOODS. The Stock must be sold. The Establishment positively closed after Februaey -* 1 5th, and will be re-opened in about a month with a very large a,nd varied assortment ?of the NEWEST and BEST GOODS purchasable in the English, Continental, American and Colonial Markets, ? ? .; ' ..''??? :*. ? ?„???? ? ' ??? ?'? ,;:

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Vasse Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 January 1888

J 7assev- Notes.: (From bur Correspondent..) Since my last we have had a wevk'g really seasonable weather. I had' begun thinking that, the seasons were reversed,; but it- is ;npw hofc enough, and.bushfires are shewing themselves 'Ihe changeHble ;wcatHer we have. had hitherto has proved very healthy, but we may now. look .for 'waid, if the same weather continue, for irecdom from *t colds which have been ujiiversaj.- . ,: . Threshing . is pretty well: finished and ripe fruit are beginning to comb in. O.u Wednesday last. JDr.'Leppcr, E. M. meet with au . accident , .of a serious iiature,;? ortunately .the 'Doctor escaped -wittr-only a sliglit cut';ou -tho face. He was t driving Mi\s._'JL$ppey and another, lady/ down 'the/; main street, : and chatting to the^ladie's, must have pulled the wrong rein, causing the carriage to come into con tact with:;Qne of the corner. posty and! throwing/ the jDcctpr to, the, ground. - Luckily this -was; the only injury'/;- -T On li-iday afternoon as Mr. ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BRITISH & FOREIGN LONDON, January 22 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 January 1888

TELEGRAPHIC .NEWS. ? BRITISH & FOREIGN ' ?'? -?'' 'Lo?fDO2f,-Jauuary 22. It is officially denied that the post Junior Lord of the Admiralty, vacated by: Lord Charl.es Beresford will.be byaceepted .Aduiiral Tyron. ?.?-, ?:;. Her Majesty -the Qiieeu leaves Englaiid shortly on. a visfc to' the Crown Prince, of Germauy at San Herno. When .travelling ..through Italy Her Majesty c'a n'not recei ve the President of the ? French1, - Republic at the: French .Embassy at Florence. ' ~- The Bulgarian . Govermdnt. through their -representative at; the -,_ Sugar Bounties Conference offers to adopt a, system that will Be equivalent to its abolition. Rt. Rev. Dr. James -Moore, Rbinan Catholic Bisjiop.'of ' BaLlacat,/ who is now visiting Rome to take-part in the Papal Jubilee: celebration, has been' f avoured wi_th; anotKer private^ audi ence with the Pope, and presented an address frpm, the Australian. Hierarchy of the Roman Catholic' 'Churchy His Holiness accepted the address with much gra...

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WELLINGTON TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 January 1888

WELMNGTOisrTUlll? CLUB. The following ' are the weights for the meeting of 'the above dub on the 13th and Lith pro.ximo; : . , .. ,, u . ??'?..]? '.:-. ' ?'-??-'. Ladies' PtrnsE. Mr Turnbull's b g Oberon, 6 years; ????: 9 Mr Naylor's g g First King, aged, . .8 10 Mr Towtoh's ch c Lowiandei', 3 years, 8 3 Mr Moulton's g g Young Glen, aged',- '8, . 3 Mr J Bovell's ch ,g Paddy, aged, '' 7 ' 10, Dr O'Meehau'B.b, h Olui ion, 5 years;' 7 7 Mr Locke's g m Grrace Djii-ling, aged, 7 3 Mr Locke's br c Matchbox, 3 years, 7 Dr O'Meehan's b:m First. Love, aged, 7 - Mr J Bovell's ch g Streak, 5 years, 7 ' ' ; ''? RaitjWay Stakes. Mr Turnbull's b g Ober.on, C ycai'B, 9 -' Mr Naylor's g g First King, ngod, 8 10 Mr Towton's ch c Lowlander, 3 years, 8 3 Mr J B.ovolls ch g Paddy, aged, 7 10 Dr. O'MeeJian'sbh Clarion, 5. years'. 7 7 Mr Locke's gm Grace Darling, aged, .7 3 Mr Lockee: br c Matchbox, 3 yeilrs, 7 Dr O'Meehan's b m First Lovp, aged, 7 Mr J Bovell's ch g Streak, 5 years, 7 -; i.. .'.:? ,-,Fl...

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OUR CITY LETTER. January 26th, 1888 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 January 1888

OUR CITY LETTER. (By Cyclops.) January 2Gth, 1SSS. There has been but little stirring in Perth since I last wrote you, 'indeed business has been .almost at a stand still and nothing but 'cbin.bjai'nfey a!0°; the dullriesskU' theMtimej?ijare|tri; be' heard on every 'si do : even the news of the gold discoveries has raised but a semi-apathetic excitement, our citi zens apparently having lost all hope of a prosperous future. But in spite of' the dark picture drawn by our res pected, but misguided 'Governor, I fail to see that the colony is in the deplorable state, he would have us be lieve—That our commercial centres are labouring pro teni under one of those waves of depression which visit all colonies at times, is true, but the majority manage to steer along in the deeper waters of solvency and but few actually have found themselves strand ed on the quicksands of difficulties. As a matter of curiosity, the other day I visited a number ot stores and merchants' firms iu both Perth and F...

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

JOHN RAMSAY, .VICTORIA STREET, BUNBUHY, Family Butcher. Best Meat at reasonable prices. Shipping* Supplied. Monthly accounts rendered. H.PE0SSSE, . Stephen Street, Buntay, . Wholesale A Retail ? -Bootmaker. Boots & Shoes made to order at lowest prices. English Boots of every size and description always on hand. English leather of all kinds. ??? ; : No-TICEv 'VTOTIC.'E is hereby given that anj ? -L l persons found snooting iri the swamp known as ' Kookolup ' on the Yaase Road will be dealt with as the law shall direct. . E. M. CLAftK^, } n ' J..4.0:MEEHANJ0wne^8? Bunbury, January 2nd, 1S88. 'WANTED.- A YOUNG MAN of energy, principle and moderate educa tion, as Tutor to one child and gen eral help on a small Dairy Farm. Apply,— A. B. Office of this paper.

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

WELLINGTON TURF CLUB. ' Patron* : H13 Excellency the Governor. : Stewards : Messrs A. P. Turnbull, E. G. B. Locke, 'W. B. Mitchell, George Forrest, H. \V. Venn, 0. F. Kobertu, D. A. Hay. Handicap per ; — Mr J.. H. Nay lor. niHE ANNUAL RACE MEETING of the '?* JL above Club will take place on MONDAY, 1,'Jth and TUESDAY, 14th FEB. 1888, when the following Races will be run ; — —FIRST DAY— Maidex Plate, — To start at 1 .30 p.m. ; £25, open to all horses which up to time of starting have never won an advertised race, hacks execpted ; Entrance 30s. ; weights for age ; li miles Ladies' Purse, — To start at 2-15 p.m. ; £20 ; welter handicap ; nominations 10s., due 21st Jin. 1888, 10 p.m.; acceptances 10s. due 31st Jan. 1888, 10 p.m.; entrance 10s, due 11th February 1888, 10 p.m.; li miles. Pojfl Race, — To start afc 3 p.m.-; £10 ; ? Entrance 15s. due llfch Feb. 1888, 10 p.m. oatch weights ; once round the course. Tonics must be 138 hands high or under. Hack Race, — To atari at 346 p.m.; £5 ...

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The Advertiser. Nihil sine Labore. JANUARY 31st, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 January 1888

Nihil sine Lahore. JANUARY -3 1st, 1888. 'The despatch from the Secretary of .State for the Colonies oil the mibject ?of Responsible Government for ifchis ^colony has at last arrived arid is pub-. JLiahed in last Thurnclay's 'Govern-' jnent .Gazette.' It appears to deal jrery Jiiiny with the question at issue jftiid ,to .a ,eeiftam extent explains tho (Cauac of the delay in forwarding the ?yiew.s.O:L: Her Majesty's Government ,ou the rmiitfcer. .'The7 chief difficulty in devising a scheme by which the .control of our own, affairs can bo ob tained aeeuas ito be the sparsely popu lated ']Sr or* her« Districts, which Sin H:ENBY IXclland states the Imperial -3-ove.ru meat .wo.uld »o.t unreservedly Ihaud over. :to itbe Legislature of 'West- ern Australia. He ibeiseJioxe subrait ted for opinion on' its merits a scHeiue which he suggests might so]..ve itu,e ..dif- ficulty. It is as follows :.- — ? »?,(-*) That for the purpose of dealing with all 'questions aa to disposal of waste lands of ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BRITISH & FOREIGN LONDON, January 25 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 January 1888

TELEGRAPHIC HEWS. BRITISH & FOREIGN London, January 25.' The arresi of Cox has caused great sensation and the question has been raised as to whether an trish warrant odn he le«jaily';;,roxecu'ted|pji Eiigland. Mi^.'BalSo'.ifr, who iauthm'ised the* ar rt-'Bt, cu-tisiuers c-uuu no ib jusinmu vy the Fugitive Offenders Act. ,- n It is announced that the material a for.- writing the history of iihe , last- voyage' of the Sunbeam, which-, had been collected by the late Lndy Bras sey, will- be entrusted to Lady Bi-oome-. who- will edit the work-.. January 26'-. In a lecture given by Lord Brassey.' at the Xondon Chamber of Commerce last evening on the subject of the protee-tfion of coaling stations, he said'! that hi» recent tour convinced him;' that Albany,. Thursday Island amis Port Darwin were vital points which1', coulcl be ''defended with a few light' guns. He eulogised; the defences of' Adelaide,' Melbourne,. Sydney, and: Brisbane. He thought' that: addition- al' Imperial Oii'...

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COMMERCIAL BUNBURY PRICES CURRENT [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 January 1888

COMMERCIAL. Bcnbubt Prices Cubkknt. Eloiir 'SJnow flake ... £14 per ton. Barley .;. 3s. 9d. per bushel. Oats ...' as. 6d. „ , Wheat ... ?- fee. ' „ ' ,' Bran (scarce) ... ... £-8 per ton. Pollard do. ... ... £10 '„ „ Uhaff ... „ £6 „ „ Potatoes ,, ... ... . £5 rt „ .Onions . .... ... £G „ „ Butter ... per keg Is. 3d. per lb. Sugar ... 28s. to 36's. per cwfc. Tea ... 1b. 6d. to 2s. per lb. Soap ... ... 22s. per cwfc. Candles ... by fche box lOd. per lb. Bacon ... ... none in market;. .Live Guano ... very sparoe £.10 per ton BlTNBUfiY, Jan. 24th, 1888.

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A WAG'S WAGER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 January 1888

A WAG'S WAGER. Of the mad bets they made and the extremities to which the young bloods of the last century 'would go to win them, the following is a good example: — Lord Castlemaiue and . Mr. Child, the sou of the great banker of Temple bar, were staying at Lord Tyluey's country house, when his lordship one day paid his tailor a large sum of money. 'Twenty guineas to five that within half au hour I'll make that fellow give me every farthing of that,' said Castlemaine, taking Child aside. ' Done,' said,the other, always ready for a wager. After refreshing in the servants' hall, Mr. Cabbage started, in his little pony-trap, for his home in' the neighbouring town. Evening was closing in, the road was lonely, and he had not got more than half-way when he heard a horse galloping in the rear. As the rider overtook him, he beheld a man wrapped in a large cloak, who presented a pistol at his head, and commanded him to deliver up all the money he had about him. The tailor replied that he had...

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SIR ROBERT PEEL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 31 January 1888

SIR ROBERT PEEL. The great Sir Robert Peel, who was also a schoolfellow of Lord Althorp, had & penchant for the P.R , and fre quently attended its exhibitions. ' There is nothing,' he would say, ' that interests me like good boxing. It requires more steadiness, selfcon trol, and manly courage than any other kind of combat. You must take as well as give, eye to eye, toe to toe, and arm to arm.' After witnessing a glove-fight between Johnny Walker (now an inmate of the Laroboth Workhouse) and Ned Donnelly, he said, ' Give my thanks to both the men ; they are brave and clever fel lows, and I trust we shall never want suiuin this country.' Licensed Vic tuallers Gaxette.

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