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COMMERCIAL. BUNBURY PRICES CURRENT. WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 7 August 1888

COMMERCIAL. BtJNBUKY Prices Current. 'Wholesale. Flout latent 'Rollet ..» £13 per ton. Barley ... 5S. per bushel. Oats ... 5s. ,, „ Wheat ... 5s. 6d. -, „ Bran (scarce) ... ... £8 per ton. Pollard do. ... ... £10 „ „ Chaff -.. ... £6 j- „ Potatoes .w ... £7 „ „ Onions .i. ?.-.?. £7 „ „ Butter (Fresh) ... 1b. 6d. per lb. Sugar ... 28s. to 36s. per cwt. Tea ... Is, 6d. to 2s. per lb. Soap ,k. ... 22s. per cwt. Candles .k. by the box lOd. per lb. Bacon ... ... Is. per lb. Live Guano ... ... none in market. Bunbuet, July 30thj 1888.

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

NOTICE. ANY person found Kangaroo hunting or otherwise trespassing in my paddocks or on my runs at the Preston will be prosecuted according to law. J. F. JOHNSTON. Leschenault, July 28th. Ladies' Biding SUITS, - FfMCTIC/lt ilHD j*pT T A I JL 0 ft - FTtOM Under the Patronage ot HIS THE BTSHOP, EXCELLENCY Jf|ipitfojf|| CLERGY, THE v^^^^^^ AND MEMBEES governor. sSffiu^ranWe*™* mTrwrjTr,. LONDON. Samples 1 Rules For Self-Measurement on application m un shut, fft£-yr/tivTJ.Si

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

TO COVER. I'hat Colonial bred Cart Stallion, Young Commotion* Will stand for the season at KOELAttDS. S'ebMb : — 25b. each mare* Groom's 3?ee 2s. 6d* . Paddocks provided for mares sent from a distance, 5s. each mare. Every care taken but no responsi bility; ; SL H. HOSE, Juttfi. : ??: ROEMISTDS, BltTJNSWlCtfj August 1. : '.-'?? G- ft. MgPhersow; Saddler, Harness, & Collar Maker, VASSE KOAD, BUN BURY. T) ESPECTFTTLLY informs the set '?-?? 'SSj: tiers that as he is visiting the ?: : Beuns wick and Harvey, for a short ?-? time, he is prepared to call on any of ? the settlers in that part that may re : quire his services for a few days. W AJ_TJ D. A. GOOD BULL, 3 years old. Apply per letter, stating colour, breed and price to THOMAS GARTER, DUffSBBO, QuiNDALUP, ; ? VASSE, ? ir notice. BROTTG-HT in from the bush, one Red and White Bull (since .castrated) about 2 years old. No ? brand or mark' visible. ALSO,— ONE LIGHT BED COW, about 5 years old, no brand or mark visible. (Suppose...

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The Advertiser, Nihil sine Labore. AUGUST 7th, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 7 August 1888

f&\t %\foxXmx- 2?ihil sine Lahore. AUGUST 7th, 1S88. The resignation of Mr. George Layman, member of the Legislative Council for the Vasse District, has taken many by surprise. The un doubted respect and esteem in which that gentleman is uni versally held, and the confi dence his constituents had in his honesty of purpose and his efforts to do all in his power to further the interests of the dis trict he represents render the step taken by the honorable member all the more inexplic able. Mr. Layman is essen tially a local man, whose every interest is in his constituency, whose welfare is bound up with those whom he repre sented, and though not a bril liant speaker, his influence was by no means small. No doubt many others besides those of his own district : will regret that he has found it necessary to take this step, more especi ally as it will be difficult to find a local man to take his place. Our Vasse Correspondent in his letter published in last is sue states that, 'It...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 7 August 1888

3Lo-cai i&t&js; The usual meeting of the Bunbury Municipal Council took place last night in the Mechanics' InsHtute a full report of which shall appear in. our next. -?.'?? Cv ?, ? On Friday and Saturday. even jngs last Professor Strange gave, entertain ments at the Bunbury Mechanics' Institute to a fair audience. It con sisted of a few comic bo figs, somer conjuring tricks and a ratlier. tame exhibition of mesmerism.' The last' part of the programme was' most,ap- preciated, at any rate by 'the ?receipt-'' ieiits, which was giving away prizes. It is only fair to add that the per former was alone, the rest of his company not having turned up- so that he had to carry the whole per-, formance through himself. Kangaroo and Opossum' Skins ; wanted 300 dozen of each per week. Highest market prices given. Cash. W.' Peosseh, Bunbury ? and Yasse. The Ploughing Match Committee report through their Secretary that they received by subscriptions £12 15s. 6d. and by entries £2 17s...

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COUNTRY NEWS. MANDURAH, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 7 August 1888

COUNTRY NEWS. (From an occasional correspondent.) Mandurah, July 27. The following may interest your agricultural readers: — 'Thin sowing has been gaining favour among far mers during recent years. The crops sown to test this question were all sown under similar conditions on the 18th April ; that sown at the rate of 2 bushels to the acre, yielded 10 bushels wheat and 1,740 lbs. straw, 1½ bushels yielded 14 2/3 bushels wheat and 2,720 lbs. straw I bushel per acre 18 two- fifth bushels and 2600 lbs. straw while the crop that was sown with ½ bushel of seed to the acre, was better than all the others. These results are even more favourable to the thin sowing theory than its supporters might have expected.

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Bunbury Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 14 August 1888

Buntoy Municipal Council. The usual monthly meeting was held in the Mechanics' Iustitute, Bun bury on Mondajr the Gth inst. Pre sent : — Mr. E. M. Clarice, Mayor, Councillors Moore, Banting, Lowe, Woodrow and Caporn. The minutes of tho last monthly meeting and of the special meeting were read and confirmed. The clerk reported that the balance to tho credit of the Council in the bank was £12 2s. 9d. It was resolved that the Bye-laws be read at this meeting and left at the Mayor's house during the space of one month for inspection and that these laws be passed at the next monthly meeting. Cr. E. Woodrow then road the Bye-laws, after which he gave notice that at the next monthly meeting he ?would move the adoption of them. The following accounts were then passed for payment : — Charles Nor wood wages £L ]3s. ; Alt'. Stutridge .£L 13s.; John Berry £3 12s. 6d.; John Berry carting £7 6s.; Ricliard Hall .£4 3s. 6d.; A. Buswell £3 4s.; W. Bell £4 5s. 6d and bonus of £1 5s. The following acc...

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Correspondence. THE VASSE ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR Southern Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 14 August 1888

C0m£p0nftenet .,. — .. . y ? THE VASSE ELECTION. To the Editor Southern Advertiser. Sib, — In your last issue you advo cated the advisability of sending a local man to represent this constitu ency in the Legislature. Now I quite agree with you that a man from the district itself would do more for the district than an outsider, but there is more than one side to this question, first, can we get a fit man in this district to come forward for the position ; secondly, is there a man whom we might get hero to come up to the qualifications of Mr. Parker and who would bring the district un der the notice of the Council more prominently than he. It is very cer tain that if we have a man like Mr. Parker to represent us he would do his best for this district and if he did not it would be our own fault for electing him. Now, Sir, I must say I can think of three men who might if asked come forward and would do good service for this district) there is Mr. Cookworthy who contested the seat with M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 14 August 1888

0 ; Victoria Street,. Bunbury.. \ Proprietor. j ? ^ ? ') ^— rjlHIS old established house lias been taken by tne undersigned I X who hopes to obtain a fair share of public1 support by j civility and attention, by selling only the best liquors,- by .: keeping a first class table, and providing, for the' eornf ort of i his visitors and customers. I The building is being thoroughly renovated, the' fb6ms ; re-furnished and the accommodation afforded will be adequate for the town+ ]?ath-roorn and other conveniences.' Private ' rooms upstairs* i The Cuisine is under the immediate direction- of Mrs. Porbes 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- miiaiiT&sT Ale. The stabling is efficient under' the' sup'ervisiori? oi an j experienced an 1 attentive ostler. Best feed- provided,- | ? Ales. Forbes,- Bantey, j ww JLJLWWJL W JL J-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 14 August 1888

?J'l'l' ? *~ ' — — — — ? ? ~ ~~~~~ ? ? OuUl ^/JIUUJJUI 0& -OUUblllcillUI 9 ; BEGS to thank the inhabitants of Bridgetown and' the 'Black wood District for their support during the last 15 years, while he has been in the ):? Boot trade, and to inform them that he has now opened his NEW m GENERAL STORE, 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.) To the Inhabitants of Bunbury an d srrounding districts,— NOW IS THE TIME TO . Make YOuE Purchases. LONDON HOUSE 1- Is now open again where is shown the largest, 3. newest and best Selected stock of ^Winter Goods i , ever shown in the colony, consisting of i) Drapery, ...Millinery, ...Mantles, . Ulbters, . I . Blankets, .. Flannels, , 'Winter Suits, I Overcoats, Furniture, Pianos, Organs, .''' Watches, Jewellery, £ &c, &c, &c. ' All the above are direct from the : ], manufacturers, bou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 14 August 1888

NOTICE, ALL SUBSCRIBERS and others **?*? owing money for Siibseirptions, Advertisements or Printing to the Proprietor of the Southern Advertiser ure requested to forward the same to FRANK ASB.WELL. BinsBUEY, Augtist 14-th. WANTED. A YOUTH to milk a cow aud make ''- himself generally useful. Apply to, Db. HUESTON, PlA'JAHIUII. August 9th, 188S.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 14 August 1888

iri ? ?*? ? ? ? **^ ^^^^^^^ WANTED/ ' Iftn DOZ-EN' eacn KANGAROO ? IUU ^ aml ^ OPOSSOM SKINS 1 weekly for which the highest market ? price will be given in Cash by War. SPENCER & SON. Skin Paint given free of charge. ? Bunbury/, June 1st. Kangaroo- Skins T¥T ANTED to purchase in any h quantities for CASH. Highest Market Prices given. Tiios, JIAYWARD. 1l7's h arp7 Tailor and Outfitter, VIC T O R I A S T 11 E E T , .?'B_ UIB U R Y . ?: H. E. READING, (formerly of Birmingham, England,) BEGS to announce that lie has opened a : General Stoke AT j . Bimiingliani House, (Booking Oflice — Eoyal Mail Service,) VICTORIA STBEET, Potatoes and Fresh Butter. Best -Aclolaiclo ' Snowflake ' Flour ami Pollard. Hops l/lOd'.-povJb. J. T. Morton's Jams — 21b. tins l/5d. aud lib. tins 9d. and obber Oilman's Stores equally cheap. SOLE A GENT for Western A u-trnlia for ' the following celebrated English .firms :- Thomas Sa'fc & Co., Brewery, Burton'. 'VV. VI. .Peach & Co., Bool.s, ...

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Shipping. PORT OF BUNBURY. ARRIVALS. August 6. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 14 August 1888

Stripping, ? .6. ? PORT OF BUNBURY. AERIVALS. Aueust 6. Thebes A, schooner, 90 tons, Eeid, Master, from Fremantle. DEPiRTUEES. August 10. Alma, schooner, 90 tons, Millar, Master, for Fremantle. Passenger from Bunbury : — Mr. J. MeKearnau. 12. Theresa, schooner, 90 tons, Reid, Master, for Yasse.- .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 14 August 1888

Ladies' Biding SUIT S, Mfoh anb blisters. \ f p A 0 T 1 0 /k t fi w $ J~Wf T fi \ t 0 F * jHffl»*n Under the Patronage of ^j, o «. ?Hoi rtfe'inm XJr aat'one* w**r THE ^r#vi -tt4 '03%*+ AND AIKMUERS J' ' FROM governor, ^--^*^* 01, council. LONDOXj'J Samples I Rules For 'Self-Measurement flit ^Bl^UtHttfllL-«0-Ok»«fflfflHMSBa

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MEETING OF VASSE ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 14 August 1888

MEETING OF VASSE ELECT . . O.ES. (Fbom Our Cobbespondent.) ^ A very large and influential meet ing was held on. Saturday last, to meet the Jate member for the district, Mr. Geo| Layman and to. take , steps to fill the vacant, seat. . f ; The Mayor, G. If. T\'rm?-fnr. TOo^,. occuppied.tbe qhair and amongstthose present were JMessrs. J G, .Layman, Urns. Layman,^ .Gale, Copied' orflry: Idverton, ^ujirnvr^^Pfou^.-Locko Jiolds, M».r^yv;^{^.e^)^,l-Hes- R^cv binith, Dawson, Itey,: E. .S. * Clairs etc. gIc. ' ' The Chairman 'stated the object of the meeting paying that, they had come to bid farewell to Mr. Layman as their member and to select another1 to fill his place. Mr. & C. Wood's of Iremiintle.hadbjeu written to to ask linn to become a candidate; but- he1 had referaed j;hein to JNIr. S. H. Parker and he had/great pleasuro in. propos ing Mr. Parker, as a, e^dida-te.forth^ vacant seat, ;saying:tJiat;h.e.tho;U''h he' »aH a uu aua .proper- person: to repre sent the . district, iu ...

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OUR CITY LETTER. PERTH, August 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 14 August 1888

otm:;ciTT better. (Fbom Oue Cobrespo^dent.) Pkbth, August 9tK ...The weather during the last three weeks has been exceptionally fine for this time of the year. The Eastern Districts suffering somewhat for want oh rain to enable them to complete ploughing and sowing operations. lesterday however there was a wel xsoine change, welcome to agricultur ists at least,, several heavy ? showers falling; with the anticipation of a con siderable down-pour. A heavy gale is. now blowing and the steamer South Australian, which arrived at Fremin tle. yesterday morning has not yet been able; to come alongside ' the ' jetty to- discharge. ,': ??;«?-:.'? rfi ;£ i'V1- fe1 ^P^c ? 9? conversation at' the'Port aiid. hereis'the news from the goldfields. Parties 'continue to go to and returh from the fields and the intelligence received proves almost be yond doubt that a payable goldreef exists in our Eastern Bistrict- Sev eral companies have beeii fbrmed and shares change ' hands e' very day. A company js...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 14 August 1888

jeweller/ optician; &c PHEMANILE, JJWERY description of Jewellery made to order or repaired on the shortest notice. Watches, Olocks and Musical Boxes promptly and skilfully repaired. Chronometers accurately rated.

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CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 14 August 1888

CONCERT. A concert was held in the Mechan ics' Institute, Buubury on Friday eveniug last, iu aid of the Congrega tional Church Building Fund, there waa a very large and appreciative au- . dience and the amount taken amount ed to over £8. Mi-s Mitchell opened the proceedings with an overture which was well rendered, Mr. Caporn followed with a very pretty song '*The Little Crossing Sweeper 'which suit ed his voice admirably. Mr. AYn'ght came next with a. violin solo and did V full justice to that very difficult piece 'Balmoral F;:iitasie. ' Mrs. Charles Rose then sang a very nice song en titled ' 'Twas within a mile of Ediu boro' Town ' and received a well de-. ' served encore, for which she sang '' My pretty Jane. ' In the absence l of Mr. H. Reading the Duett '. The/ Battle March ' had to fall through so Mr. T. Reading played a solo. Mr. Walter followed with a song ' The' Vagabond' which fairly brought down the house an encore being de manded. Mr. Paisley then gave , ft reading Gabr...

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THE ROADS BOARD. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 14 August 1888

THE ROADS BOARD. To the Editor. Sir, — T see in to-day's issue there are two letters from Mr. W. J. Rob erts complaining as to the action of the RoaHs Board. Now, Sir, it ap pears to me all that is wanted is for a few men like Mr. Roberts to be- ? come members of the Board them selves and. to give proper effect to their nl ens, instead of standing out of all public bodies and progressive movements as they do at present. It is entirely the fault of settlers them selves in leaving the management of public affairs in tbe hands of others than those that are directly interest ed. If Mr. Roberts and others of his class would therefore come forward and help to mannge the progressive affairs not only of the district but the colony generally perhaps 'Western Australia would be in a better posi tion than it is at present. I do not wish to question the work mentioned in Mr. Roberts' letters but merely to point out that the settlers must take a greater interest in the welfare of; their colony i...

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JUDITH. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Advertiser — 14 August 1888

JUDITH. By L. W. CHAPTER I. The silence in the wood was so un broken that the falling of a leaf made a perceptible sound, or at least the gentle severance of it from its hold upon the bough did. The birds were perfectly still, as thev often are late in the afternoons of autumn, and a solemn quietude, which was yet not peace, reigned over the world of na ture. The rays of the low sun came stealing through the drooping branch es, and lighted up the trunks of the pine-trees witbra ruddy glare. A woman, who was gathering twigs into her apron, came out of the gloom -of the wood, and stood for a while in one of the open spaces — a space where there was a pool, formed by the dam ming back of a small runner. She looked down at the water, which had caught the evening glow upon its stagnant surface ; and up at the light upon the trees. Then she east her eyes upon the bundle of sticks she was carrying, as though determined to avoid some unpleasant jet fascinating sight. Suddenly she gave a cry...

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