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ALLEGED MURDER. ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. WILLIAMS, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 10 May 1902
ALLEGED MURDER. ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. (EROM OTJR CORRESPONDENT.) Witaiams, May 3. On Wednesday, 29th ult., at the Williams j Police Court (before Mr J. E. Cowcher, J.P.), ] an aboriginal named Aliek Pierepon was charged with the murder of an aboriginal woman namod Julia Correll. Sergeant Stokes, of Albany, conducted the prosecution. The ruurde.r is allege! to have been committed in October of last year, but from that time the accused remained at large, despite the efforts of the tsolice to find bin, until about a fortnight back, when he went to the resi dence of Mr J. E. Cowchsr, and made a statement that he had murdered Julia, and wished to give himself up to the police. The evidence of E. A. Hammerslev was to the effect that in October, 1901, he was returning from Williams to his home in company with J. Campbell and E. A. Spratt, Julia tnet them and said as her sheep were out their way she would go along with them. Campbell, who kcew both accused and Julia, said lie had no ...
THE MINISTER FOR LANDS. THE GOLD FIELDS' TOUR. INTENSE INTEREST EVINCED IN FARMING CENTRES. [BY SPECIAL WIRE.] COOLGARDIW, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 10 May 1902
THE MINISTER FOR LANDS. THE G-OLD FIELDS' TOIJR. INTENSE INTEREST EVINCED IN FARMING CENTRES. [Br SPEC IAX WIRE.] Coolqaruie, Friday. Dr. Jameson, Minister for Lands, reached Coolgardie shortly after one o'clock yestenlay. He was accom panied by Mr. H. S. Ran ford, Govern ment land agent at Katanning, and Mr. Alex. Crawford, dairy expert of the Department of Agriculture. The party was met by Mr. 1^. &. Brown, the Mayor and councillors, who, after driving the visitors round the town, drove to the Council chambers, where they were entertained. The Minister's health was proposed by the Mayor and supported by Cr. Fahaau, and. ; Hon. &. Bellingham, M.L.C. * he Minister responded. He said tie had not fully considered the JEsperanee railway matter. Various deputations waited on Dr. Jameson during the afternoon. At 8 p.m., in the Mechanics' Hall, over 500 persons attended a lecture and limelight views, all showing the extent of land settlement in this State. Two hundred copi...
MOURAMBINE ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 10 May 1902
MOURAMBINE ROADS BOARD, The usual monthly meeting of the above Board was held at the Southern Cross Hotel, 1?ingelly,on May 3rd. Present: MrKobiu son (chairman), Messrs Sewell, Stone, Taylor, Walton, Brown, and the secretary. The minutes of the previous monthly meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence was read from R.M., York re audit of the books- for 1901. Proposed by Mr Taylor, seconded by Mr Brown, that the secretary forward the books to the' R.M. to be audited. Carried; ,. Proposed by Mr Brown, seconded by Mr Walton, that both roads from Smith road to Walker road be retained, and that he (Mr Brown) take round two petitions to see which road the settlers wished opened at once. Carried. Proposed by .Mr Stone, seconded by Mr Browu^'that the secretary write to the Sur veyor-General to send a surveyor to survey a road from north-east to south-east corner of block 1619, between blocks 1619 and 1811;' This road has already been gazetted. Carried. Proposed by Mr Taylor, seconded...
To-morrow's Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 10 May 1902
To-morrow's Church Services. St. Andbew's.—Sunday after Ascension Day. Mattins, 11 a.m.; .Evensong, 7 p.m. Please note Evensong commences 7 p.ui. ilouraeoowia, 2.30 p.m. Baptist.—Katanning, 11 a.m., Rev A. Metters; 7-30, Pastor J>. Woods. Please note that on and after May 18 the Suniay evening service will commence at 7 instead of 7-30. Cariineticup at 3, Pastor D. Woods ; Carrolup at 3, Mr Washington; Broome Hill/at 3,' Mr N. Mawson ; Woodanilling at 3, Rev A Metters; Manaconda at 7-"AJk Rav A. Metters. . PBE8BITBMAN.—Katanning at 7.30 pjn., Preacher, Rev A. K. Ross, Sunday School at 10.15. a.m. St. Gbobge's. Wagin.—Sunday after Aa ceaaion Day. Evensong, 7 p.m., P. Ji. Bo wen. Arthur River.—Mattins, 11 a.m., C. Peters.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 10 May 1902
One Tbiae win Conttnce.—If you want to vex your best friend, tread on bis corns. If you want to please him, advise him to use "Curacorn," the positive corn cure; never known to fail. Bottles Is. Proprietors, Campbell-Cochrane and Co., chemists, Albany. Local agent, C. A. Harris, Eatanning.*' THE BEST REMEDY FOR DIAR RHOEA. " Some years ago while at Martinsburg, W- Va., I was taken with cholera morbus, which was followed by diarrhoea. The doctor's medicine did me no good. I was advised to get a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy, which I did, and it cured me sound and well.—0-. A. Moaais, Embreeville, Pa., C.S.A- This remedy is for sale by F. and C. Piesse, Katanning and Wagin. Notices. LOST.—Fountain Pen. Please return to A. J. Lixdsat, this office. Reward. KATANNING LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held at the Hall on Wednesday, 4th June, at 7.30 p.m., for the purpose of electing a mem ber in plaice of Mr C. L. Cass, resigned. APPLICATIONS a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 10 May 1902
Ra.ii.wat Manifest.—Parcels and goods for the following persons are lying at the local railway station :— Piesse, Jennings, Crosby, Holly, Me harry, . Rogers, Terlick, Wood. Cass, Dbnohne, Sarr, Mouan, Gbwetone, Black, Butler, Patterson, Holding. Beeck, Jones, Benson, Throssell, Real ley, Owen, Lebad, Rhodes Bros., Johnston, P. Beeck, W. Gaunt. New Business.—-Mr J. Squire*, from South Australia, is commencing business as wheelwright and general blacksmith in Kafcanning, his business premises being now in course of erec tion in CI ire Street. Particulars will be advertised next issue. The Australian Eleven.—The Australian Eleven commenced their first match en Tuesday against Lon don County Club. The weather was wet, and the wicket bad. The rain continued until Thursday, when the contest was abandoned. The Aus tralians made 117 and 213 respec tively, for seven wickets, and the County Club made 235 in their one iunings. A landholder near Wagin recently re ceived a letter with reference...
ARTHUR RIVER. April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 10 May 1902
ARTHUR RIVER. (BBOM OUB COBBESPCWTDBIfT.} April 28. Want of rain is the universal cry. Ploughs on the majority of farms are lying idle, not entirely owing to the hardness of the land, but the distance that some of the farmers have to cart water or drive th^ir stock to it. Most of tlieir time is spent in this way. Teget&tion is disappearing fast, and stock suffering severely in consequence. Mr C.. A. Piesse, M.L.C., addressed the electors here on Tuesday, explaining many important subjects of present day interest.
LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 10 May 1902
LOCAL COURTS. 3>r Black, R.M., attends tlie undernientieaect places on Hie days specified, for the purpose of conducting Local Courts:— Katanning, third Wednesdoy each month. Narrogin, second Friday each month Wagin, third Friday each month Kojonup, last Wednesday each month Mr. T. H. Stansbmy, Clerk of Courts at Katanning, visits Kojosup every third Wed nesday
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 10 May 1902
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. lit* following business people have ad mtiaaments appearing in this issue :— Xatanning. F. it C. Pissss, General ileroliantt Cass Bros., Draper. Wm J Rosses, General Storekeeper P A Beeck, Saddler War. Bakhe, Butcher M Lebad, Coffee Palace A. W. Richtee, General Blacksmith and Toach builder G. McLeod, Katanning Hotel A. E. *ewajb & Co., Hairdressers, Sta tioners, etc J Gould, Fruiterer, etc
PINGELLY NOTES. May 14. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902
PINGELLY NOTES. May 14. A meeting was held at the Southern Cross Hotel on Saturday last for the purpose of forming a Football Club. ■ The following officers were elected -Pat-ion, Mr C. A. Harper,. M.Tj.A;; President, Mr -G. M. Sewell, J.P.; Vice-presidents, Messrs H. and E. Monger, S. H, Jewell, Jas. Nicolson, J. N. Taylor, M- O. Burner, C. C. Smith, G. B. Smith, Waldeek and Crawford ; Secretary, Mr E. ,F. Cooper. The subscription was fix«'d at 2s fid. A scratch match will .be played on Saturday. The weather still keeps dry, and some ©f the farmers on the hearier land hare been obliged to knock off ploughing.
NARROGIN NOTES. May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902
NARR06IN NOTES. (FBOJI OTTB COBBBBPOITDENT.) May 10. A public meeting, convened by Mr W. F. ' Wiesse (the secretary of the Narrogin-Wil iliams Agricultural Society), was held in the Agricultural Hall this evening to prottst against the increase of rates on the railway. Th » meeting was l trgely attended, and was thoroughly representative of the Narrogin district. Air M. Brown, as vice-president of' the Agricultural Society, was asked to preside. The chairman, after explaining the object of the meeting, pointed out the injustice of the new scale of charges, showing that tiie in creased rate, bore more heavily on Narrogin. ■ and the Great Southern line generally than i it did upon Northam and other places already ; in a more favorable position on account of j their closer proximity to the goldfields, anil i as the fields are practically the only market ; open to the agriculturists of the colony "the increase pressed harder upon one section of the farming community than another. The ch...
HINDOO AND A POLICEMAN. A FAST SPRINT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902
HINDOO AND A POLICEMAN. A FAST SPRINT. Quite a commotion was created at a town along the Great Southern railway On Saturday night last by the appearance in the -streets of-an infuriated Hindoo, in pur suit of a stalwart dusky-looking individual, who, .with hat in hand, and his hair standing on end, did the fastest time oyer a distance that has ever been accomplished in these parts. The whar whoops'of the excited Hin doo considerably helped the pursued in his 'fight, and when the two were careering along the main gravelled road of the other wise quiet'township the householders in the. vicinity rushed to their doors to witness what they , thought to. he a cavalcade. Him self becoming more and more excited as the chase continued, the . Hindoo filled the air with his hideous. cries after the fleeing one. Two or three times during the chase the Hindoo caught the object of pursuit, but the clutch was only momentary, resulting in double somersaults and " up and at it again" runs. - Finding...
WAGIN NOTES. May 14. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902
(FSOM O0B cou respondent.) May 14. Ha Jsaiuriay last a Hindoo named Boot Singh was charged at the Police Court with having sold goods, contrary to the Act pro hibiting hawking. From the evidence it appears that Poor Singh sold a razor strop at the Arthur to Richard Spi-att. For the de fence it was cxntended that no breach of the law had been committed. Defendant did not deny having sold the article mentioned, but said that the sale took place in a room at the Mount Pleasant Inn, in payment for the hire of which lie produced ja receipt. Mr It. Sinclair, J."., who presided, inflicted a fine of £5, with costs. Notice of appeal was given A meeting of the Mechanics' Institute Committee was held on Wednesday evening. Tnere were present—Messrs Richards, Doig, Spratt, Sinclair,' Ner.ke, and the secretary, Mr O. R. Taylor. Amongst other corres pondence. a letter was read from the Lands and Survey Department, re Wagin town lot. 55, stating that the Crown grant for same was now in course of pr...
DESECRATION OF THE SABBATH. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902
DESECRATION OP THE SABBATH. TO THE EDITOR. Sir, —Would you kindly grant me room in your paper to draw attention to the de moralising effect upon our young men which the curse of puniiehouse gambling and drink ing on Sundays has. On Sundays gambling is carried on in Katanning more so than week days, and an occasional disguised visit of the police' would bear out my statement. The drunken men that roam about the streets are seen by everyone but the police, hence the incessant desecration of the Sabbath. —Yours, etc. CHUROHGOER.
TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902
TO THE PUBLIC. Allow me to say a few .words in praise of Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy. I have had a very severe cough and cold and feared I •Would get pneumonia, but after taking the feffcond dose of this medicine I felt belter, three bottles of it cured my cold and the pains in my ohest disappeared entirely,, aid most respectfully -yours for health,:, BaJiPH S. Meters, 64 Thirty-seventh street, "Wheeling/W. Va., U.S.A. For sale'by & C. Piesie, Katanning and Wagin. System of .' Auditing.—f'he sys tem of auditing adopted by the! Go vernment of this State is anything but satisfactory, at least as regards the Roads Boards books. The Resident Magistrates are supposed to do the work, but.the arrangement is annoy ing in consequence of the dilatoriness in certifying to the correctness of the balance-sheets* and fraught with danger owing to the fact of some of them being signed by auditors without their having ever seen the inside of the books. How many are similarly conducted to fcne...
CORRESPONDENCE. RAILWAY MISMANAGEMENT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902
CORRESPONDENCE. » RAILWAY MISMANAGEMENT. TO THE EDITOR. Sir I enclose you copy of a letter sent by me to tbe traffic manager and the Minister for Railways : —" 1 wish to make a eoinplaintg about half a ton of flour consigned to John | Moir, Albany, from Bdyerine siding by me at 3 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon. The j consignment note was taken by the guard on j the train, with addressed card, and put on side of truck. He said, " &lt; cannot take it. now; 1 will see it goes alright." He took letter of advice for Mr Moir, Albany. 1 had prev.onsly written to the porter in charge at Woodanilling, asking him to consign the flour about Wednesday, and asking for papers. He sent papers to be filled in, and put on truck alluded to. Everything was done correctly. On Monday, 12th, Ganger Taylor told his men to tip the Hour out on line. I heard it. and questioned him. He said the porter at Woodanilling and station master at Wagin gave him instructions to do so. If he had looked he would ha...
TELEGRAMS. THE INCREASED FREIGHTS. A REPRESENTATIVE DEPUTATION. A SYMPATHETIC REPLY. PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902
TELEGRAMS. THE INCREASED FREIGHTS. A. RE PRESENT ATIVE DEPUTA TION. A SYMPATHETIC REPLY. Pekth, Friday. The deputation from the districts along the Great Southern line waited on the Minister for Bail ways yester day. The following delegates were present:—Cuballing, Mr Gibbs Narrogin, Mr M. Brown ; Wagin, Mr Nenke; Woodanilling, Mr E. ft. Bell; Katanning, Messrs Garstone and Wanke ; Broome Hill, Mr A. McI>onald; Craubrook, Mr i£. Climie; Mt. Barker, Mr W. Sounnessj . Albany, Cr Reynolds- and Mr E. Barnett. , The deputation was introduced by Mr F. H. Piesse, and was accompanied by Messrs C. A. Piesse and Maley, Ms.L.C., and Mr J. Gar diner, M.L.A. Effective speeches ^were made by the delegates, who placed before the Minister the necessity; for immediate reconsideration of the recent increase in the railway freights. It was poin ted out .that the present rates would have a detrimental effect upon settle ment in the Great Southern districts,; and if they were allowed to continue the ...