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CHAPTER VII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 April 1902

Chai'tkr V[I.—(Continued). They started, therefore, after lunch ; Evelyn in her gray r.diug-habit and black hat, George equipped with spurs and gaiters, and e.urying a heavy hunting-crop in uis hand. A little above the village of Gardens, they left the carriage. Evelyn mounted ::er fat _oid ponv Jack; George bestrid t>ld Blunderbuss, a famous h;ll pony that, after having been owned by a succession of -governors, judges, and other high officials, had now become the property of Airs Durham, of Pro spect Gardens. it was a steep though lovely ride. A road there oouid scarcely be said to be. Hut a mountain track, paved by the hard soles of qimy generations of negroes, unci the hoot's oi me hoise> and muies of the country people who dailv brought down their coffee and broi i-kin i to soil at -vingston market, shoavl I he route. And if, at times, there were great travel dug boutuers in the path to bo circumvented, and tiny trickling rivulets to be crossed, or a fallen branch of bambo...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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STORYTELLER. POOR LITTLE LIFE. A FAMILY EPISODE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 April 1902

iSrS1 STORYTELLER. POOR LITTLE LIFE. A FAMILY" EPISODE. Poor little life. that toddles half an hour Crowned with a tiowei-cr two, and then an end.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902

* Boon to Morusas.—If you wish your children to have Beautiful hair and clean, whulcautue heads you must use Barry's Aur sery ilair Lotion, which cleanses the head and ueatroys all"j>arasue»'. Bottles Is 3d. Camp oeli-uoehraue /and Co., chemists, Aioait y. tiooal agents, 0. A. Harris, storekeeper, Jvd taniaiig.* " . ■ CAME NEAR BEING A CRIPPLE. Josh \Yesthaier,of Loogootetj, iud., U.S.A., ist poor man, but* he" says, he would, not he without Ciiaiufaerlaiu's Puiu Balm if it cost uvb uolurs a bottle, for it saved bint front Uemg a clippie- No external application is eiptai to tiiis liniment tor still and swollen p. nits, contracted muscles, still neck, sprains ...-ma rheumatic and, muscular pains, xt has , uiso cured numerous cases of partial paralysis. ■ is tor sale by F. and (J. Jriesse, mainlining auu Wagin. Lebajj's Coffee. PaDce building is a uiouel .to behold, but the greatest surprise of all is ex^erietrted wlieii fcho^dimiig-table is patronised. * lx the country -one often...

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VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902

V1IL In the lives of all men, and of-all; womeii ;i}^, Jhere;af« tmots of time,, of greater <»r less .extent, that have; - no history, Some are happy, some are unhappy. . Most .of them are. in-; different, Like, jo^-lying valleys between twp mountain peaks, they serve to accentuate the events which precede and succeed them, jDd one one of ihdBe, George was now about 'to enter. It footed til! t. e week before Christmas,. If was the happiest period ef his iife. It was the .flow eij crown of KrelynV Their days glided by%s the.days were wont1 to — > When E|ih was j'oung, and life was epic, Juuuaea Lecasnej for the nopce^,1 au H§8® passr—* icadia; George and Evelyn were lhiphuis and Oh oe. Long us biuiself might have found a subject for bis j.-en in the pure, the faithful, and the cloudless loves of the cousins. But for his diary—a diary kept negligently and irregularly, as the diaries of happy lovers generally arc, but which, i.i long after-years, came to be re garded by b...

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STORYTELLER. POOR LITTLE LIFE. A FAMILY EPISODE. Poor little life, that toddles half an hour Crowred with a flower or two, and then an endCHAPTER VII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902

bTOiiVTKLLER. POM LITTLE LIFE. A FAMILY EPISODE. Poor tittle life, that toddle* half an hour Crowi-rd wit li a flower or two, aud tit en an end* Chapter V£L—(Continued). But it is true, Evelyn. If I did j not eare for you—more even thau a | cousin—I should n«»t have .said a word | oil thesubject. 1 asked you and I! ask you stil', Evelyn, because ' ! He hesitated for a moment, and then he added : ' Because 1 love you !' . Evelyn's face became pale, but she did uot speak. 4 Because I l<ive you, Evelyn,' he continued;' and because Evelyn, my darling!' he said he said with ; passion, will you be my wife ? ' He drew his horse's head uearer to her but she moved hers uwav from him. 4 No, no'.' he'.cried, seizing hold of her horse's bridle. 1 Answer me. Evelyn!' But she only shook her head. * Evelyn, say you love me 1 1 know yon love me!' he added with all a |T,vvr's impetuosity. " Say you will be my wife!' 4 I don't know,' she murmured. O George, don't let us speak about such th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902

A COMMUNICATION Mr Editob—Allow me to speak a few words in favour of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I suffered for three years with the bronchitis and could not sleep at nights. I tried several doctors and various patent medicines, but could get nothing to give me any relief until my wife got a bottle of this valuable medicine, ..which has completely re lieved me.—W. S. Bbockmak, Bagnell, Mo. ■: U.S.A. This remedy is for sale by P. and C. 1 Piesse, Eatanning and Wagin. j t i One Tbiaii wim Contikce.—If you want; to vex your, best friend^ tread on his corns. If you want to please him, advise Mm to use " Curacorn," the positive corn cure; never known to fail. Bottles Is. Proprietors, Campbell-Coehrane and Co., chemists, Albany. Local agent, C. A Harris, Ratanning.* The Katatming Coffee Palace can not be surpassed for meals and beds. The best o£_"attention. * A CERTAIN CUBE FOR DYSENTERY AND DIARRHCEA. " Some years ago I was one of a party, that intended making a long bicycle trip," says ...

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Rates of Postages. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902

Sates of Postages. Letters.—If delivered at any Post-Office ifoVrdeliverv within the postal delivery limit fci©f ;sueU office, for every |cz., or fraction (up | yio 5lbs, l(i. Beyond 6uoh limits, for every j Ijfpz. or or fraction of Jbz., up to 3lb3, (dimen-* £*ionsijiot to exceed the maximum allowed for j .'PasT <Jari»3.—If posted at any. post-office jf^fOr delivery within the postal delivery of such ' beyond s«ch limits Id ! fe#PAjpEErs.—For every 2ozs or fraction of ! yjS&Wj «p 1© 4ibs Id ' ;£^jBWSPAPBas.—Printed and posted in the sr-su., - |g(3piony for delivery beyond the boundaries of ?!jtbe City or Town at which they may be pub giljlShedyand posted within one week from date K'pf ipublication not exceeding lOozs, free. For ^•'yeigy/Wddifjonar 10»zs or-fraction of lOois S^FedsliT i|d. For/ each newspaper posted 7 |lf^9"; after publication, not exceeding lOoss, ? For every additions! lOozs or fraction IptSft TOoza, Id. Newspapers must be posted ^i^^hpiir.-befo...

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PERTH REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902

PEBTH REPORT. , Messrs. F. and C. Piesse, produce merchants, I Perth, report for the week ending April 22, 1902 Chaff.—Prime samples, £3 10s to £4; good feed, £3 to £3 10s. Wheat.—Truck lots, 4s 2d to 4s 4d; smaller lots, 4s 6d. Oats.—Algerians, 3s 4d to 3s 7d; Mew ■ Zealands, 4s 2d to 4s 3d ; crushed, 3d extra. , Bran.--£8 to £8 5s per ton, very firm. Pollard.—£8 to £8 5s, also firm. Oil' Cake—Singapore, scarce, j£8 per ton, | and 8s 6d per cwt bag lots. Flour.—" Premier," sacks £11 ; quarters, £115s. Potatoes.—From £7 to £9. Local newly dug. 8s to 10s 6d cwt. Fruit.—Apples, dessert, 5s to 16s 6d per case; cooking, 3s to 7e fid per -case; peaches, 6s to 16s ; pears, 10s to 27s 3d per case; table grapes, 3s to 6s. Vegetables.—Cabbage, 3d to 6d; onions, 5s to 8£ cwt. Poultry. - Table fowlsw5s to 6s; ordinary, 4s 6d to 5s; ducks, 5s to 6s ; turkeys, 8s to 13s. Eggs.—2s 9d to 2s lOd per doz. Butter—Prime, up to Is 9d, ' Honey.—251b tins, 5s 6d to 6s 6d ; 60lb ' fcins,12s fid to l5s. Bo...

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Money Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902

Monsy Orders. JMEAMD.—Not exceeding £5, 6d.; above! r-S^5a,and not exceeding £10, Is.; above £IO,j ^Und not exceeding £15, Is,. Gd.; above £15,- j ^|dE§Bpifc exceeding'£20, 2s ■ " "^Iwtsestate,—Above £1 and not exceeding .above £2 and not exceeding £5, Is. ;;aboye £5 and not exceeding £7, 2s. 3d.;; £7 and not exceeding £10, 3s.; above ..not exceeding £12, 3s. 9d,;' above: not exceeding £15, 4sf6d.; 'above ,iad. xioi exceeding £17, 5s. 3d.; abovo nd not exceeding. £20, 6s ;

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HERALD Office, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902

COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. Herald Office, Aferil 25. At Kafcanning tlie prices to-day' are Wheat, 4s Id per bushel; oats, prime, 3s; chaff, best green wlieaten, £3 ; inferior, 25s to 40s per ton ; Sour, £10 10s per ton; bran, £7 per ton; pollard,' £7 15s .per ton; eggs, Is 6d per doz ; butter Is 3d.

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902

following business people hare ad- ] „ „ mObts appearing in this issue Katannink. °y?& <3, Pjbsbb, General Merchants SA88 i5rps., Draper. ' | jSp-SP JtotHsiis, General Storekeeper 1 ' "^|ft^sCByJs*ad|er - ■'] 'Butcher ■ - ~ ' ,-j ©^.Coffee Palace . ■' r' ■ lf^P5!PlCHTiBE, General Blacksmith and] wjhhiiBder .... ■ ..- j -McIiBoo>,vKatatining Hold 1 ^jswAB & Co., Hairdressers, Sta V^S,.«tC -y •■ 0P'®/.MrANKK, Machinery Agent ; ^$£0ovz~Dj Fmitefer, etc j •-• . •• • •

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NOMINATION DAY. MR. PIESSE RETURNED UNOPPOSED. ALBANY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902

NOMINATION DAY. MR, PIESSE RETURNED UNOPPOSED. (TBOM OUK COBBESPOMDEKT.) Albaht. Fridav. The nomination o£ Mr C. A. Piesse being the oniy one received to-day, he was declared duly elected.

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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902

Ifafiia. riJBT. Coaciibuilcler and General Biack v;: v .. - . ^.Saddles r *.. ' JStdrekeeper" : l:||^pniiNi ,'IIide &nd general Buyer J^A^E'TvlB<wfcmaker' General Storekeeper |^^^;_EiESs'^.<}enemVStore'keepera , ^ Britcl/er and Baker 3[;^SpBA«r. Wagin Hotel ^HvjSFBAaa, Federal Hotel 3® •': — " '

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SOUTH-EAST PROVINCE ELECTION. HON. C. A. PIESSE AT KATANNING [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902

SOUTH-EAST PROVINCE -T-O HON. C. A. PIES3E AC KATANXLXO On Wednesday evening last, at the Katan inng Town Hall, the Hon. 0. A. J iesse. M.L.C., who is seeking re-election for the South-East Province, addressed a large as semblage (included in which were a number of* ladies). Alr.T. Garstone occupied the chair, and briefly int roduced the candidate. 1 he Hon. C. A. Piesse (who was well re ceived), said lie was making his third appear ance before the electors of the South-East Pro vince in eight years, and thanked them for the trust reposed in him in the past which he hoped to retain in the future. During the eight years he had represented them, the first six-and-a-half without pay (payment of members having been in vogue for 18 months), be had done his best for the Province par ticularly and the colony generally. He was proud to represent this province, which was an ideal one, with its harbour towns, agricul tural, pastora*, and timber lands, snd its lovely climate. The first questio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902

ROGME HILL TIOADS BOARD. isCnMTSETjrft <][■ of tjjg abpve Board, held ] " At Broome Hill on tJio~13fch day .of , fefesr, (190D, lt wa? resolved to take, for fte j^purpose of opening a new line, of rommumra 7.4aon, a atrip of land one chain wide,denying JBnwsey -Bond (No 1097) at the North-west iJWMTordTCP 15/1471 (593) and extending las^prreyed OP's £ojon np;210 and 211 in 'a ^^etjeral -south westerly ;direction, passing ^hjrmigh 13 P 381/74 (1230) to Corinyup thence in a .westerly: direction, S|pnwingalong ihesouth houridaxy ojf £ojonup Jlj^+fOTi :379 to the seuth-east corner oH """ ooaiioif 264,v thence west "pawing along its f^hlSbonndnry vto the south-east corner of Sn l22.< f?Ians 8 30 and 31). mi&Mm ffQB^isR, Chairmen. [Established 1880.] F. & 0. P I E 8 S E GENERAL MERCHANTS IMPORTERS, AUSTRAL TERRACE, EATANNINGK GENERAL STOCKS OF - Grocery, - Ironmongery, ; Saddlery, AUD All Kinds cf Farm and Station »5.equisiies,j In the DRAPERY. BOOT, ...

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Williams. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902

Williams, Marradong „sncl -Dayiprfeiag, Tlmrs-j ^'Says nt 7-30 a.m. i

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POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902

POSTAL NOTICES. Fallowing are the times at which mail sj&o despatched from the Post-Offices men • . > Xafcanning". i- rtn (daily), Sundae excepted 1215 p.m. For VVagin, Narrogin, Gabballing, Pingelly and Beverle\ (noon) For Albany daily, Sunday excepted (3 iljp.m.'), Brown Hill. Oranbrook, Mt, Barker, 3 |>.Tn .. For Marrncoonda, (weekly), 'f hursday's, 7 ■ 'MbaV . { f{ For Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday's, 7j :vaAn { ■ ■ For Gidgelbarr up (weekly), Friday's, 7 j y*-hi j •j kKojouup (weekly, Friday's, 1*30 p.m j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902

Trade notices. WAGIN WA80N, CARRIAGE, & IMPLEMENT FACTORY. CL CTTTST, PROPRIETOR. BLACKSMITH, WHEELWRIGHT, awd MACHINIST. 1 Carnages, Drays, Wagons, and ail kinds of YebMes >:atte or Repaired. . BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS! DjEWAR & CO., HAt RDRB88ERS, TOBACCONISTS, NEWSAGENTS, AMD STATIONERS, Clive Street, Xatannizig, Are now opening a fresh supply of the Latest j Works by popular authors, including 'Barrie, Croehefcfc, Annie S. Swan, Stevenson, Kipling, Whyte, Mel ville, and Rolfe Boldrewood. MAGAZINES asp NEWSPAPERS A LARGE ASSORTMENT. HAIRCUTTING, SHAYING, SINGE "ING, and SHAMPOOING. Agents fob Adamson's Incomparable Garden and Fj.owbb Seeds. To? peptre^y ipdtaioj^ saopaQ HF •N I D V M 'aaara v ■asHoxaa 'OIOO X3~1V KATANINNG HOTEL. <3-. McLEOD, Juar., Proprietor. Best Brunds of Wines and .Spirits. First class Accommodation for Boarders. WM. J. ROGERS, CENTRAL ISTORES, KATANNING,> Having taken over the business lately carried on by Mr C. A- Harris, is pre...

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Warrogin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902

Warrogin. Clarke's (eastward) Wednesday 10.30 _ i = l, ^or Williams "Wednesdays and Saturdays, iSljjMa Albany and intermediate stations, daiiv | Wi: 11.30 §p>JTior Perth and intermediate stations, daily f ifct 'S.30 p.TO j

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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902

Wagin. £For Arrhur River, (Wednesdays), at noon | - For Eastwood (Cronin's) 8 a.m. Monday's \ §:: ;:-Ear Westward (Noyin Lake), 8 a.m ^-Thursday's • j For Perth, and intermediate places, Mon Tuesday's, Thursday's, Friday's, Satur -•^ay's, 2 p.m.; Wednesday's, 6 p.m • jj For Albany, Eu tanning, Broome Hill, Mt %-jPaSkcr, ' Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, llfftriday- and Saturday's, at T20 p.m.; Tues fSlay's, 6 p.m , -

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