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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

N OTICK.—Those wishing to Buy Sheep or Cattle should apply to MARGARET E. NOREISH, Warkulup, near Kojonup. F IOR SALE, off shears, a limited number 0f pure South Australian Merino Rams, aged up to 4 years. Price £3 Ss. Apply WARREN BROS, Dyhatnng. TEN S BILLINGS REWARD. LOST, a Gold Ring, much worn. Above reward on returning same to J. MoDONALD. ; Hairdresser, Katanning. XATANNING ROADS BOARD. REVISION COURT. TITHE Kalanning District Roads Board will X hold the Electoral Roll Revision Court at the. Publio Hall, Katanning. ou Saturday, October 19th, at 3 pm. t TH03. W. LANGLEY, Secretary. WEST ARTHUR ROADS BOARD. NOTICE. A N Opev XjL Boar i v«eu Court will be held by the above Board at C. P. Brown's (Arthur) on the 19th day of October, for the purpose of | revising the Electoral Secretary. ARTHUR ROADS BOARD. NOTICE. TEAMSTERS and others using more thati Two Hones are Warned against driving Single File. Those doing jo will be prosecuted. By Order, C. L. G-ELL,, Secretary A.R.B. H HOL...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. The following business people have ad vertisements appearing in this issue : — jEataiining'. F. & C. Piesse, General Merchants. -- J. Cass, Draper. O A Dili bis. General Storekeeper. P A Bebce, Saddler. Wh. Baeeu, Butcher. M Lerab, Coffee 1'alaee. ... A. ^Y.^Btchteb, General Blacksmith and . Cdacijbuilder. G. McLkod. Katanning Hotel. Miss M. J.Brows, Roval Exchange Hotel. A. E. vewab & Co., Hairdressers, Sta tioners, etc.. '■ € F Wakkb, Machinery Agent. J Gould, Fruiterer, etc

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GOVERNMENT LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

GOVERNMENT UNO SALES. The undermentioned allotments of land will be submitted to auction on the dates mentioned :— Pingelly—November 1, town lots 72, 156, about 2 roods each; £7 each upset. Katanning—November 5. Broome Hill town lot 126, about 1£ roods, £4-; Broome Hill suburban lots 393, 415, £13 ; 414, £14; about 13 acres. Katanning town lots 74, 76, 157, 161, 198, 385, 386, 393, about three roods each; £12 each. Kojonup town lot 22, 34 perches; £5 each. Woodanilling sub urban lot 11, about six acres, £10. Wagin— November 8, Wagin suburban lot 7, about three acres; £3 per acre. Narrogin—November 14, Cuballing subur ban lots 103, 104, 111, £10 each; 105, £11; 106, 107, £8 each : 108, £9 ; 109, £15; 110, £12 j from 4 to 9 acres each. Narrogin town lot 234, about ono acre; £5.

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Rates of Postages [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

States of Postages I E thus.—If doliiered iif any Post-Office for <1 -livery wilhin the postal delivery limit til fuT. office, for every ioz., or fraction (up. to f'l'iH. Id. fierond such limits, i'or every i Q7.. or or fraction of Joz , up to 3lb-s, (dimcn mo«s not to exceed tlje maximum allowed for pac -ts), 2d. P tar OaEDS.—If posted at any post-office for delivery within the postal delivery of such offlc Id.; be\ond such limits Id. Pickets.—For every 2ozs or fraction of 2oz ■. ir^to -libs Id. iNEWsrAPSKS.—Printed and posted in the Colony for delivery beyond the boundaries of the City or Town at which tliey may be pub lished, and posted;within one neei from date of publication not exceeding lOozs, free. For ever* additional lOozs or ^fraction of lOozs (each) id. For each newspaper posted 7 -—day.2 after publication, not exceeding lOozs, Id. For ever* additional lOozs or fraction of lOozs, Id. Newspapers must be . posted Qire hour before tbe closing of the mail by which...

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STORYTELLER. THE DOCTOR'S DAUGHTER. (Continued from last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

STORYTELLER. THE (By Arabella Kehealy in " Tbe Delineator.") J (Continued from last issue.) Things showed 110 sign* of settling themselves. Yerney, smarting under A gulling sense of injury, the injury of a man offering generous, warm de votion. sudden y thrown back upon himself by a charge of base self interest, made no attempt toward reconciliation. Nancy, oppressed with the sense of having injured—and her heart told her basely injured.—the man she loved, stiovo to uphold her position and justify her conduct by an air of naughtv reserve. For the first time in their aequaintan o she was civil to him, \Vith a splendid civility which be would have gratefully exchanged for her former wayward rudeness, folio wed as it hail been ever by impetuous apology and spells of sweetest friendliness. She sulked with her father for a week upon that question of hospital nursing. But Fordham remained firm. Yerney remained at his post, albeit the zest bad gone out of his work He began to cast about fo...

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THE KATANNING SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

THE KATANNING SHOW. Next Friday will ees what is undoubtedly the day of the year for this district. Show day brings us into touch with numbers of ! ! people throughout the whole of this State, i and advertises the district in a way that no I other event can do. We have Visitors from | the goldflelds, various commercial centres, and the surrounding districts, and the large exhibits of machinery must greatly assist farmers in chosing tlie best and most up-to date implements for their particular work. This year the entries promise to equal if not exceed those of any previous year, and con- , sidering the disabilities tbat thesociety has been nnder, this result will be r moat gratify ing. Enquiries and exhibits have come from Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia, and nearly every part of our own State. A special feature, and one of great interest to farmers, will be the exhibits of various fertil izers, made in the Albany district. . At pre sent these are, comparatively speaking, ...

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Katanning Baptist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

Xatanning Baptist Church. Tbe fifth anniversary o£ this church was held on Sunday last when the Iter. F. J. Miles c£ Fremanfcle preached morning and evening to large congregations: On.Tuesday the annual tea was held in the Agricul • tural-hall. This function is- evidently a popular one, for a number of ladies were kept busy for a considerable time ministering to the wants of the many people who attended. The "bachelors''table " was in high .favor,, and tbe young men, who in all proba bility will some day join the ranks of the Benedicts, gave .good promise of making useful ones. The public meeting in the church passed off with much success. The building was crowded with an e ithusiastic audience.. Mr. H. S. Banford occupied the chair,, and interesting addresses were given by tbe Bevs. A. 3L Boss, F. J. Miles and E. B. Wichert, Messrs. Pressor and Pinniment. The Pastor (Her. A. Metiers) gave a brief report of the variooB organisations. The Secretary (Mr. B. Jefferies) reported steady ...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

Cricket.. The- following team has been picked to meet Marracoonda, on the Ka tanning ground to-day —S l'embf, 1> Wihen^ H J! Starr, J Tonkin, £ G Hughes, W Folland, L Caries, H T.inda, G Old, H Rakers .Emergencies:— 1, Kelly; 2, G Sturgess. At the Albany- Association- meeting held on Tuesday night, it was decided to ask the Katenning Association, to- send a team down on Saturday, 9th November.. It is to-be hoped that the locali teams -will practice- assiduously, and that only the best team available will be selected to represent the district, if it is decided to send one down.. -

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PARLIAMENTARY PRIVILEGES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

PARLIAMENTARY PRIVI LEGES,: "What with railway enquiries, al leged blackmailing, and. a hundred ' and one grievances, imaginary or realj the political atmosphere of this State . is almost as hazy as it is possible to imagine. Neither are the finances in such a healthy condition that we can afford to lose h single penny of revenue, and more especially is this the case with the working of our rail ways. Yet we find to-day mixed trains running to and from the me tropolis to distant country stations with the least possible convenience to passengers or to consignees and consignors of goods, and with an apparent desire as regards the passen ger traffic to run with with as many empty cars and few paying passengers as possible. The ordinary train on: the Great Southertrlme is no excep tion. It never has more than one carriage attached, and it is no uncom mon practice for a portion of that solitaryjcar to be ticketed off as being " reserved" for Mr. somebody or other who probably pays as muc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

A. J. SOLOMON, PRACTICAL TAILOR, -Care York Hotel, Avon Terrace, YORK, WILL Visit Katanning on a date to be am ounced. In the meantime orders received by Post will receive prompt attention. 'Patterns will be forwarded on application. P. H. W. JOHNSON AND CO., CHEMISTS, ALBANY /Established nearly 20 years. ALL Conntry Orders Beceive Prompt Attention. We Iinporl Direct from the Leading English" and American-Manu facturing Houses, and are thus prepared to -compete with Perth firms. The Wholesale part of tbe Business receives Special Attention, and quotations are given on application. Manager ; W. BBOWN. Trade Notices. r & a ~CD~!—r"p^jg^"TT1 JET^ J—GjOO-OLi (Established 1880), GENERAL MERCHANTS, IMPORTERS, AND MILLERS, P KATANN1NG, WAGIN. AND PEEfH. Having now completed the erection of New Premises in Austral Terrace, Katanning, aje carrying a very much larger stock in all departments than has ever been carried before in this portion of 1 lie .State. Groceries, Ironmongery, Gla...

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THE RAILWAY ENQUIRY. THE BOARD SITTING. THE CASE FOR THE GOVERNMENT CLOSED. PERTH, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

THE RAILWAY ENQUIRY THE BOAEJ> SITTOrO. THE CASE FOB THE GOVERN MENT CLOSEJX Pjebth, Ehida.y^ The Board appointed to enquire into the charges preferred by the Go-! vernment against Mr John Paries, general traffic manager, continued its sittings to-day, when farther evidence was given to show mismanagement and extravagance in the working of the railways. The case for the Crown having con cluded, counsel for the defence com menced his address, and shortly after wards the Board lose.

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THE FEDERAL TARIFF. FREMANTLE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

THE FEDERAL TARIFF. Fseh&ktle, Friday. The Fremantle Chamber of Com merce, at a meeting this evening, passed a resolution condemniug the Federal Tariff. MeiiBovbme, Friday. At a meeting this evening to pro test against the tariff over 1,200 per sons, mostly women, attended. It was decided to appeal to tlie Federal Government to farther consider the tariff, or at least that portion of it affecting the shirt, collar, and under clothing trade. It was pointed ont that if the present tariff proposals were carried ont the effect would be that three thonsand operatives would be thrown out of employment. „

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TO THE EDITOY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

TO THE BDITOT. Sib,—The business people hem have a decided-grievance against the Bail way De partment in the matter of the shunting of the train from Albany. Arriving to time it pulls up some distance from the platform because there are so facilities for doing otherwise. Passengers who would be able during the stoppage to obtain refreshments are compelled to stop in the carriages with tongues hanging out for often 15 minutes until the shunting is completed and the train drawn up to the station. It is no wonder uuder these circum stances the refreshment rooms are closed, and seeing; the growing importance of Xatanning I think if proper representations were made, the necessary alterations to allow of the train coming at onc8 to the ptatform would be made. Hoping the matter will be taken up | by others interested. X am, otc. PROGRESS. Katanning, October 18, 1901.

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SPORTING. The Turf. CAULFIELD CUP—1½ mile. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

SPORTING The Turf. CauxfieIiD. Ctrp—1} mile. Hymettus, by Eiridspord Rosy Bee, aged, 8st 12lb (W PoweH) ._ ... 2 Wakeful, by Trenton—Insomnia, 5 yean, 9st(l?Dunn). ..J' ' „„ 2 Flagship, by The Admiral — Scona, 4 years (A EiehardsonJ 3. Betting r 4 to It Wakeful; 6. to 1 y Hy raettus, 33. to. I y Flagship Also started :: Sequence, George Frederick, Gnnga Din, Vocalist, Caledonia, Warrior IT, Lucknow, Khaki, Grasspan, Honey Bee, Bonnie Cbiel, Combat, Juggler, Bock Gun, Gazelle, Blunderer, Cretonne, Light Brigade-, Seaport* Cluster, and Pfctronus.

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

CORRESPONDENCE. TO TUB EDITOB. Sib,—Now that the worm weather is at hand I think it is time that the old uninviting fire bucket which does duty for a water bag on the Railway Station should be replaced by a canyas one snch as is in use atother stations of far less importance than Katanning. This ancient and slop-pail looking article contains water in a semi-calori e state, and passengers instead oi obtaining a cool drink are sickened, perhaps the Stationmaster will represent this to his superiors, and eonfer a boon upon those I who patronise the railways. -Yours, etc. TBAVELLEB. KatMining, 16th October, 1901.

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ATTEMPTED MURDER ACCUSED COMMITTED. LAVERTON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

ATTEMPTED MURDER ACCUSED COMMITTED. IjATEBTOST, Friday. An Italian named John Heluen, for attempting to Bhoot a man named John Heluen, at Laverton, was charged to-day with the offence^ and committed for trial. On a Becond charge of ahootiog at Constable Hour Ien> he was also committed.

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ITEMS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

ITEMS IN BRIEF. The Marble Bar rate for carting by team ia £10 per ton. Afghanistan is now quiet, and Russia pro feses to be reassured, The new Australian tariff is adversely criticised by the Gorman press. A large portion of the famous church of ! St. Dunstan, in the aarish of Stepney, East London, has been destroyed by fire. King Edward invested Major-General Baden-Powell at Balmoral on Tuesday, and presented him with a medal. George Anderson has been committed for i trial for the alleged murder of Thomas Johnson, at Busselton. The billiard match, 11,000. up, in which Roberts allowed Weiss 5,600, was won by Weiss by 1,811. Tbe proposal of the Russian Government j for a loan of £25,000,000 has been coldly received in Germany and France, The Cape rebel, Sboemans, who was the late Commandant Lotter's Lieutenant, has been sentenced to death. The complete September returns from the Ealgoorlie field show that 60,000 tons of ore was treated during the month for 90,000m. of j gold. Count ...

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HERALD Office, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

COMMERCIAL LOCAL MARKET. Heeaid Office, October 18: Following are the local quotations:— Wheat, 3s lOd; chaff, £3 10s to £3 12s 6d, for pure green well cut wheaten { inferior, 30s to 50s per ton; eggs, lOd per doz; butter Is 3d to Is 6d ; flour, £9 per ton; bran, £6 5s per ton; pollard, £6 10s per ton.

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WAGIN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

WAGIN NOTES. (Frox Opb Correspondent ) Prospects generally in tins district are good, business being brisk, and the crops good, and heavy yields are anticipated. In consequence the farmers are in high spirits. Mnch interest is centered in the forthcom ing show, which takes place here on the 23rd inst. The affair promises to be a great suc cess, and in many classes competition is ex pected to be very keen. The sheep, cattle, and horse sections will be well represented, and taking the present promises as a guide, it can be safely said that visitors will have something to admire. Arrangements have been made for the convenience of exhibitors and visitors, excursion fares have been arranged, and the Ministry and members for the district have been invited to attend. A farewell social was tendered lost week Constable Battle and his wife and family, on the eve of their departure from Wagin. The social proved most successful, over 100 per sons attending. Mr J. A. Richards occupied the chair,...

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THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901

THE FARM. tJp to October 1 82,000 baleB of wool have j been received at Darling Harbour, Morpeth, aud Newcastle, compared with 97,000 bales for the correspondinf period of the last wool season. The decrease is attributed to the fact that shearing began much later this year. A sugar contractor who arrived recently at Cairns with white labour to feed the cane i carriers haB relinquished the contract. After a week's trial at 4d. per ton his men struck, saying that the work was hot fit for white j men, although there were 19 whites employed i for the same work which 15 Hindoos were accomplishing. Ten of the white men were 1 the sons of cane farmers at Dundaburg, and 1 were used to handling cane. A public demonstration of the process of eradicating insect pests on trees by means of j fumigation was given at Mri T; H. Oct's orchard on Sept. 95, in the presence of a re presentative gathering of fruit-growers. Mr. j C. French, Government entomologist, was in j charge, assisted by Messrs. Ch...

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