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LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902
f|p^^WMJAXi COURTS. r filack, iR,3fattends the undermentioned ] ace" on the days specified, for the purpose of i ojiwlang Jxwal Courts, j l|junning,tliird Wednesdoy eatek mouth ] Jtpbgin, second F riday each month - rsg5n, third • riday each month lojodup, last Wednesday each month Clerk of Courts at jamhhii^j ?visits Kojonup every third* Wed j--\' --i • •• ••
BENEDICTS v BACHELORS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902
BENEDICrsV-BiOSfEffi#!? The following will comprise *fha^. teams in the mateh between the Bene-r diets and Bachelors: — Benedicts/' Langley, Kanford, Hughes, Livesey, Harris, King, BafEerty, D. McLeod, I) Wilson, A. Newton, Bichter; emergencies : Mitchell, Blair, Bacfee- ^ Iprai H Baker, J McLeod, Patersdn,'" .Gov Starr, 'Linda, D Baker, Foliand, Brown 5 emer. i gencies; Temby, Mbller, _ Both, Antonio Sylvia, Jimmy Shaw, H MeGintap, y
MT. BARKER v. TENTERDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902
MT. BAKKBR t. TBNTEBDEST; / A cricket match between the above teams was played at Mt Barker qu. Saturday, 19th. i-ist. , Mr TiV JSdonk-v Mason captained the Tenterden and - Mi* R-. "Wright the "Mt. Barker! rteams' The latter won the toss and decided to bat, but were soon, disposed of, - Jordan; being: the ^ pnly. one -to reach1 dorible figures, and played a steady game for his runs. "When the lasjb wicket fell the - total stood at fid^ which included 22 byes. Tenterden then, took to: the wickets aud the 8 wickets fell for 17 -wins. Toorejr: and J. Gorman then got together, and" put up 36 runs bofore they were parted, Gorman hitting well for 24, &lt; Mt. Barker thus won by-4 runs. Moitnt BauEEa. B, run out-^ ;• \^;y0" Jordan, b Ir Hansom ... - , —.. 10 ©avis; b Hansom' - ..." «*' --- - 4 Wright, b?Cox — - 0 Bjenn^'itl: Gox--:.:; T^Sounnes, bCox - -8;' Scott. b£oi --- * "* J Souhhess, run out h.. ,, ... " Bunton, notou^-, - ----- . / r ? . ijfe rjNftZsj. Mohk-Ma^lSSny Garainer...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Bkoome ITiLTi Roads Boabd.—In our advertising columns will be found the balance-sheets for the- years 1900 and 1901 of the above Board. Held Oveb.—Owing to the heavy pressure on our1; advertising space we are eftmpelled to hold over the reports of the -Katanning and "Broome Hill "Hmds Boards,l and." other matters of interest. ~ Sotjtu-East PnovrKCE Electtok. — Mt R B G-ell, who announced him self as a candidate for the vacancy In the above province, last Thursday re tired from the eon test. Mr C. A. Piesse was yesterday elected unop posed. Railway Manifest-—Parcels and goods for the following persons are lying at the local railway station:— Parcels : W. "Wood, Holding, Pledge, MeMear, E. H. Beeck. G. A. Beeck,. ('hrystal, Cornelius, Miss .Greyer, lihdvman. \M. A. Beeck, Randford, Holly, Newton, and J. J. Treasure. Goods!: and "C. Piesse, Iiadyinap, J;. H Brown, Holding, G. Myltepd,^ £H^lvi#IcRenzie. Bros.; W* Cornwall, Dr. Black,/;R.M-1 ?•.. MiS Planagan^ T- ...
THE NEW RAILWAY TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902
THE NEW BAILWAY Is the T&ake Ministry tical suicide ? If not, who cian inter pret some of Its recenf'performancses. With a fatuityalriii to nmdneiss^it has imposed an increase of railway freights inimical fb producer and'con sumer alike, and. opposed to the; pro gress of every industry in the. State. The Commissioner of Railwayfe, in justification &lt;of the new tariff," claims "that the railways should be ..-run on business lines and not as a charitable concern. We wonder if the. Iron, gentleman has ever heard of the ancient story of the "goose that -laid the golden eggs ? The public of Western. Australia does not want j charity, but it does want, and shall have, - justice. Jf incompetence and j maladministration con inue to char acterise the "Railway Department, the day of reckoning will soon dawn, ^No Ministry nan afford to ignore the | universal cry of disappointment and indignation aroused by the imposition of the new rates.: The 6-.S.R. has | long groaneii unde...
KOJONUP NOTES. April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902
(FJiOM OUB CORSESPONDBNT.)"... April 25. A^ppblic Agricultural Hall on Thursday after-; uoou when Mr B. E. Warburtou,^ in^ spec tor of stock explained the Work-j ing of the Stock Diseases Act A good number of owners' of stock were present; (including - the Hon. C. A. iPieBee. The 4ollowiug. resolutions^ were- Parried : That it is . tke ; opnnot| of this .meetihgtK&^ sheep is necessary fprAhe of disease, and =* that -Abe .owners. \of. stock should work in unison ^with: the inspectors for." this fThat it is opih|opHof thas^e^^l ■that it is not advisable to dip. sheepat this season of the year, and.- reeam-.. mended that the Stock Department ! defer the dipping of sheep until after shearing. 3. That in the opinion of: this meeting that if sheep are in fected with tick in this district owners, should make preparations to comply with the Act. It was TesolvedSlo5 forward a copy of .the, above ^resplu-*" tiops to the Stock Department, Perth.; The Hon. C. A. Piesse,^addressed a; lar...
NARRGIN BAPTIST CHURCH. LAYING OF FOUNDATION STONES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 April 1902
NARRG01N B'PTiST CHURCH. LAiING OF FOUNDATION STONES. Tuesday, April 22, was a red letter 1 day in connection with the Baptist "Church at Nnrrogin. "With 40m mendable faith in the future of their town steps were taken some months ago to erect a substantial building there. Sufficient progress had been madetoeuable ibe interesting function of laying two foundation stones to be performed on that date, when in addition to a considerable number of visitors from Katanning, Wagiri, Marracoonda, etc., the local friends turned out well to. witness the cere- i mony. The site is an excellent one,' being situated en a rise within a stone's throw of the post-office, 'Hie Rev. W. Kennedy., to whose self-denial i and-energy the forw ird state of the work is largely due, presided. After; the ubiquitous photographer: had operated on the picturesque assembly,: the proceedings were opened with singing and prayer. The Eer. S, Mead, M.A., LL.B,, of Perth, ex pressed the pleasure he derived in, connectio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 3 May 1902
A Boos to Moth bus.—If you wish your children to have beautiful hair and clean, u uuiesoiiie heads you must use Uariy*s jVui' sery llair Lotiou, w hich cleanse* the head and destroys all parasites. Hetties is 3d. Camp bell-L-ueliVitue and Co.,- chemists, Albany. ^ocaL agents, O. A. Harris, storekeeper, Jia Uilliiillg.* UAME NEaR BEING A CRIPPLE. Josh W'esthafei'jOf Loogoolee, lnd., U.S.A., is a poor man, but he says he wouul not ue witiiout Chamberlain's Pain Halm if it. cost uve dollars a bottle, for it saved him from being a cripple. No external application is equal to this liniment for still' and swollen joints, contracted muscles, still neck, sprains and rheumatic and muscular pains. It has also cured numerous cases of partial paralysis. Is for sale by F. and C. Piesse, ItaUiming and Wugin. la" the country one often requires little articles from Le chemist, but iviieu there is no chemist, near what are we to do? Just send your order, no matter lujjv small, direct to cauipbeli-co...
COUNCIL OF PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 3 May 1902
COUNCIL OF PROGRESS. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above j was held at the Town Hall on Tuesdiy even- j ing la-t, when there were present—Messrs, j King (in the chair). A letters, Rhodes, J.ebatJ, Hughes, Rogers, Harris, Lindsay, and the secretary. . . . Minutes of previous meeting were read and - confirmed. _ ■ 1 A letter was.read from the Lands Depart-" ment stating that the Council's request re the establishment of an,Agrieult ural College had been received and was being dealt with. - Another *rom the Education Department stating that the Council's request, re school accommodation had been noted,' and further that the Department was making all neces sary arrangements for t he selection of a new site and the placing of an increased sum on Che Estimates for b'uild'ng. * It was resolved that the receipt of the letter be acknowledged and that the Department be asked to more in the matter with due haste. It was decided to refer a letter received'^ from the Town Hal1 committee re...
CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 3 May 1902
Chapter VliL—(Qjntinued). *Tt's as bad as London in the season,* wrote George in his journal. *-lt is a never-ceasing round of gaity and dissipation. Evelyn says it is all meant out of civility to me. But sometimes 1 would gladly dispense with the compliment. I am feeling the heat a good deal. All the blood uiv body seems collected in uiy Stead. 1 have not got over my thirst yet. 1 drink all day—anything I can lay my hands on. But lemonade— the juice of two or three limes squeezed into a tumbler of water, "sweetened, and with a big lui*p of ice in it—is the best of all*' ! tt had been decided, after number- ! less family councils and much com munication both by telegraph and by letter w'th Lady Durham at Deep- i dale, that George and Evelyn were to 'be married in England ; and as there was really no reason why the ha opi nes* of the lovers should be delayed, -Mrs Durh.nu had determined that she and. her daughters should go home with George ■ and that as soon as Evelyn's trousseau co...
BROOME HILL ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 3 May 1902
BROOME HILL ROADS BOARD. The ordinary monthly meeting of this Hoard was held on the 12th ultimo. Presents Mr T. Norrish (chairman), Messrs T. McGuirc, O. Saggers, C. Darcy, D. McDon ald, and the secretary. The minutes of the previous monthly and a special meeting whichwas held on the 5th ult., were read and confirmed: A tender was received from P. White, for Broome Hill reservoir contract at Is 5d per yard. After discussion, Mr Saggers moved that the tender he "accepted. He con sidered the price high, but in view of the urgency of the work and the conditions under which it would probably have to be carried out, such as having to cart water for miles, &c., lie wa« of opinion that they could not. do better than accept ; it, provided the contractor agrees to start the work early, and to a fine of 20s per day for each day % excess of the time stipulated for completion of con tract. Mr, Darcy seconded the motion, which was carried. " &lt; Mr McDonald moved that Mr Garrity...
COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HERALD Office, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 3 May 1902
COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. Heuald Office. May"2. At ,-Kataiimog the prices to-day are r— Wheat,-4s Id per bushel; bats, prime, 3s chaff, best green wheaten, £'S ; inferior, =. ;J5s to 40s- per ton ;"flour, £10 J 5s per ton-j bran, £7 per ton; pollard, £7 15s per ton ; eggs, Is 6d per doz ; butter Is 8d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 3 May 1902
A CER'AIV CURE FOR DYSENTERY AND DIARRHCEA. " Some years ago I was one of a party tliat intended making a long bicycle trip," says F. L. Taylor, of Yew Albany, Bradford Co., Pa, U.S.A. " I was taken suddenly with diarrhoea, and was about td giro up € lie trip, when editor Ward, of the Lftceyville Messen ger, suggested that 1 take a dose of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I purchased a bottle and took two dOses, one before starting and one on the route. I made the trip successfully and nerer felt any ill effect. Again last summer I was almost com pletely un down with anuttaekof dysentery. I b?ught a bottle of this same remedy, and this time one dose oured me." * old by F. and C. Piesse, Eatanning and Wagin. lYE are in a position to supply you with all kinds of drugs, chemicals, patent medicines, perfumery, surgical appliances, sundries, pho tographic material, nursery and sick-room requisites, etc., etc., at the lowest possible prices, as we are direct English, Am...
PERTH REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 3 May 1902
PERlH KlSPOR'f. Messrs. F. and C. Piesse, produce merchants,; - Perth, report for the week coding AJ ay" / 2,1902:— : \ V '1 he chaff market lias been much .firmer during the past week, owing to the delay occasioned in supplying trucks, as without . , loading them _and conveying them to the - * market, the supply has not been equal to t he; - demand. We have obtained up to £4 10s for-: samples. „ \ Flour, bran and pollard are exceedingly firm, u?id we do not see any7 chance of prices, receding for some consideiable lime. ; Chaff.—Prime samples, £4 5s to £410s good feed, £3 10s to £4 -y inferior, £2 15s to £2 17s fid. \ . • Wheat.—Truck lots, 5s 3dsmaller. loibs> . ■„ from os fid to 5s 9d. ■ . Oats, AJge;ians, 4» to 4s 3d; iJew-' Zealunds, 4s 3d ; crushed, 3d extra:' ; ; llran. £8 !7s.fid to £8 per ton, Tery firm. Pollard.-—£a to 3s, .also firiii'. f i " Oil t.'ake—Singapore, £3 10s .per tou j. ; bag Jots, Ss per cwt. 8uppUes of thls Jineiiie very short. . . , - - - > '_ •• Flo...
THE RAILWAY INCREASES. INDIGNATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 3 May 1902
THE RAILWAY INCREASES. INDIGNATION MEETING. A largely -atl ended and represeni alive meeting of the residents of Kaianniug and district was held at the Town Hall, on Wed nesday evening last, to enter a protest against the enforcement by the Government of the increased railway freights Mr T. Garstone occupied the chair, and after having explained the objects of the meeting (which had been called at the in stance of the Council of Progress , called upon Mr M. King to move the first resolu tion. Mr King said he had been asked by the Council of Progress to move the resolution of the evening, which was;—" Ihat- this meeting most emphatically protests against the intro duction of the increased railway rates, which will most seriously affect the agricultural interests, and urges upon the Governmeut the absolute necessity of immediately reconsider ing the same with a view to reverting to the original rates.". ihe iirst thing to consider was not whether a railway would pay, but whether it wo...
MATRIMONIAL. BELL—HADDLETON. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 3 May 1902
MATRIMONIAL BELL—RADDLETON. The marriage of .Luke Saunders BeU (fiiTr& .' son of Mr Richard Bell; and Miss Elizabeth Haddleton (third daughter of Mr and Mrs' 1\ Haddleton), was celebrated at the residence'" of the bride's parents, Cbmpatine, on the : 15th of April,* the ceremony being'performed by the Rev. Father Blielan, assisted by the - Bev. Father Beading; The bride wore a light grey lustre, trimmed with white broohesilk, with a most charming hat, and -carried a. shower bouquet of lillies of the valley and . maiden hair' ferns. Miss M. - Haddleton. . (bridesmaid), wore a pale-blue figured muslin, prettily trimmed with pale: cream lace, white hat trimmed ' with pale. blue silk, pearl buckle and cream tips. The happy cou-le > left, for Albaiiy to spend their honeymooiv * Following is a fist of the presents — Master ;E Cronin, pair pictures ; Mis "i!„ Bell, bread-plate and knife; Mb Cropin, cruel ; Misses Crouinj six egg-cups and stand ^ Mrs Serean; carpet "square; Masbe...