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BROOME HILL ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

BROOME KILL ROADS The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held on Saturday last, wheu there, were present —Messrs T. Korris'ti (chairman). T. McGtuire, McDonald, Jordan, and the secre tary. Minutes of previous meeting read and con firmed. The secretary reported that P. White re fused to sign the contract for the Broome Hill Reservoir because of the clause in it relative to fine for delay in completion, and, as E. W. Steer offered to undertake it, he, in com pliance with the wishes of a quorum of the Board's members, transferred the contract to him upon the same conditions as it liad been ; -offered to White. , ' Mr McHuire stated he had been informed that a portion of the Broome Hill commonage had been granted to an applicant by the Lands Department without having consulted the Board on the matter If such was the case he would move that they should protest strongly against any alteration being made privately in this reserve. Canned. The chairman gave a description of the work ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

Good fob the Little Okbs.—Mfs. Bt,( Gowden, of Albany, BaysI have been using' your Curacough for the children, as they are.: subject to coughs, and catch cold very easily, as indeed all children do in Albany. I bare found Curaoougli the best preparation for such ailments,1 effecting a cure in every case. It is not alone good for. children, as I have used it for'a. chronic cohgh—with splendid results—from which.! have suffered for vears. Proprietors, ' Campbell-Cochrane and Co., chemists, Albany. Local agent, C. A. Harris, g"ntj)nriing—AdVT. ? RHODES BROS. TAILORS, &c., Fbfmantle and Katahniko, 8 P JE GIA L VA L TJ W For the Coming Season in CHESTERFIELDS - AND MACKINTOSHES. Our Fit, Workmanship, and Finish we Guarantee. A Tbial Solicited. Note the Address— .. RHODES BROS., ClilVE Stbeet, Katahhing. Q. WILKINSON GENERAL STOREKEEEER, i WOODANILLING, BEGS to Notify that he has taken over the Business hitherto carried on at Woodanilling by Mr E. F. Cooper, and solicit s a contin...

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THE MINISTER FOR LANDS. TOURING THE FIELDS. [BY SPECIAL WIRE.] MENZIES, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

THE MINISTER FOR LANDS. TGITRINGF THE FIELDS. [by SPECIAL WIKE.j ' / Mekzies, Friday. 3^es . Minister for ■ Lands, who is accompanied by Messrs Crawford -• and H. S. R&nford, has addressed immense audiences at Boulder City, Ralgobrliei ^ andc BrowhHEE ill during the week.;;' Messrs ulRauford and Crawford gave every v information re land settlement in the agricultural districts:uf--the ^ -The Minis ier the' other ^ gentlemen mentioned proceeded to Menzies, where they were met by large and interested audiences. They - Wili^ leaye ^toTmorr&w fpr^ Malcolm, thence to Leonora, 'Lawlers. and Cue, returning to Katanning by way of - Geraldtonand Perth. In these d!s~r tricts millions of acres of very rich loamy land are to be seen that, • with a good rainfall, would grow immense ; quantities of cereals, fruit, and vege tables and would carry much Btock.v . Grass .is plentiful..^„The wonderful , progress made in all the towns strikes, the visitor' vtilhlahUizemeiit. Fresh &...

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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. ANOTHER VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. ANOTHER VICTORY. The.match, Australia v Surrey, was concluded ou 'Thursday, the Austra lians winning by an innings and 78 runs. The totals were—Australians.—1st innings, 206 for five wickets (innings declared closed). Surrey.—1st in nings, 96 ; 2nd innings, 122. in the two inniugs Saunders took five wickets for 6b, Howell, 11 for 56, $ oble, 4 for OA

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DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. HOTEL AND OTHER BUSINESS PLACES DESTROYED. MENZIES, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

HQT1L ANDpTHEK BUSINESS PLACES . • •'* v' MebtzieA Friday. At about four; o'clock this morning a terrific fire-broke out Street, end iniess-than half , ah Iwur,!'; drapery establishment, and OlsenV ' tobacconists A brick wall , at Eennedy'a groe store arrested the flameB,*otheri the block of buildings t» l>ri^t|ug^i^| corner- would-'. Fortunately the, eastward, and saved the buildings > in . that direction, it one perioief the conflagration alLthe buildingpjip tralian Bank would have been des~

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THE MISSING SHIP. RESCUED AND TOWED INTO FREMANTLE. FREMANTLE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

THE MISSING SHIP. RESCUED AND TOWED INTO FREMANTLE. Fb.ema.istl®, Friday. The steamer Boverie, "which had been adrift in the Indian Ocean with a broken shafl since April 3, has been picked up by the steamer Nar rung, which left Albany for South Africa and Lon loh on May 3: The Narrung reached Fremantle with the disabled steamer in tow yesterday. The passengers and crew were none the worse for the mishap. Out of the 965 horses on hoard 56 were lost.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

,,JL VIOLENT ATTACK ' CUSE3>. •• .• -Last .winter an infantchild of' min^hadl croup iii a violent liffimi,"ray a TOM «|». W. Sogers, aChiiattanErangeliBkof^ Mb;, «fettdE&££R time all danger was paefe" -audl'Maui' but when given as eoonnsjbboi^twj ■.<■-■:?**■ «5>|D^|W^S. prevent in^ifiLgk.,^ It 4 no opijim- or other harmful substance; nmy3>e given as confidantlyto a ,babyT' «n adult. For.sale -by F. and C.-^

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Williams. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

Williams. For Marradorig anlcl Daylerking, Thurs days at 7.30 a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

The Dairy Farm, JCafetiming. C. A. HARRIS. Feesh Mtlk Deleteeed Twice DAii/r, Live Stock and Farm Produce Bouglit and Sold. Enquiries Solicited. STINKWOET. PERSONS knowing of tbe existence of STINKWOB.T within~ the Katanning Roads Board District are requested to notify the Secretary with a view to the Eradication Of same. - By Order of the Board. A. E. PIESSE, Chairman, [Establtshed 1880.] F. & 0. PI ESSE, GENERAL MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS. JlTTSTIJA.Ii terrace, EA-TAUNING. Direct Importers from English and Continental Houses. We Carry Large and Well-Assorted Stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, Housefcbld Furniture, AND All Kinds of' Farm and Station Requisites. Sole Agents forYates' Reliable Gar den Seeds. Large Stocks of New Seasons Yege table anc: Flower Seeds at City Prices. SPECIAL IN DRAPERY, BOOTS And FANCY DEPARTMENTS. We have opened FIFTY CASES as part of our JYinter Stock, and are showing same to-day in our Spacious Warehouse and Showrooms. TO 3DJlTZT New Jackets, New Ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

Trade CTotices. WAGON, CARRIAGE, & IMPLEMENT FACTORY. o. 0"txj31\ PROPRIETOR. BLACKSMITH, WHB ELWRIGHT, and MACHINIST. Carriages, Drey?, Wagons, and all kinds of TuhMiu Malt or Repaired. $00K8! BOOKS! BOOKS! ' 1 DEWAR & CO., HAIRDRESSERS, NEWSAGENTS, ASTD i'v" STATIONERS, Clive Street, Katmming, Axe now opening a fresb snpply of the Latest^ Works by popular authors, including Barrie, Crochetfc, Annie S. Swan, Stevenson, Kipling, Whyte, Mel ville, and Rolfe Boldrewood. ■ • , •• •' i MAGAZINES and newspapers a LARGE ASSORTMENT. HAIRCUTTING, SHAYING, SINGE ING, and SHAMPOOING. Aohktb, fob Ad Ambon's Incompababbb Gaedjbn and Fioweb. Sbbdb. . ALEX. DOIG, BTJTOHER & BAKER, W.A G I N . v Jill Orders Promptly Attended to.J KATANINNG HOTEL. G- yoSBOS, Jnar., Proprietor. V - Best Brands of Winss and Spirits., First elass Accommodation for Boarders. WM. J. ROGERS, CENTRAL ISTORES, EA.TANNING, Having taken over tile business lately carried on by Mr CL A. Harris, is prepa...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. : The Mails.—eMails fertile Eastern States and New Zealand close at .the Katanniiig -Post • Office 011 Tuesday next at 11.45 Sun day Dbinkeno. — Katauuing Is not diminishing in its notoriety for Sunday drinking; and it appears that little attempt, if any, is being made to prevent it. Tiast Sunday was no exception to the-rule, and the, lan-; gunge used in the streets was as filthy ' as one would expect to hear only in the lowest denB of large cities. Wooj>akxllin&.—M a meeting of the townspeople of Woodanilling, held at the Agricultural Hall- on the 10th iHSt., Mr E/ Wilhelm proposed, •Mr W. Baker seconding, " That this ; •masting strongly supports Kiitanning in its action in protesting against the ■increased railway-freights." This yr.as earned. It was; decided to send a. delegate to accompany the deputation, •Mr E. R. Bell being selected; MrR. Bell proposed, Mr A. Wilson second ing, "That a committee of five* be elected to assist the Ratanning com...

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A NOTABLE VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

A NOTABLE VISIT. The visit, brief though .it' necessarily was, of thb' Prime Minister of the Commonwealth to W".A.J is an event in-thehistory, of the erstwhile " Cin derella?' of; the, now more or , ljess united:Anstralian sisterhood of States. In one way.it is discounted, inasmuch as Mr BaTton merely called in pass passing, and could pet, iueomtUon decency, have - gone through 'without giving'us a Word—-unless, indeed/ he fallowed fb$ lp$3 of Lady Hopetoun, and kept " Ms ^ The Prime Minister, though a natiye Australian, had not previously; formally entered the State, and- it was but -natural he should have fregretted thelate arrival of the mOil boat, o wing to which he was unable to see either the' port or the metropolis except in their night clothes. The beauties of harbor and river viefr; :$hp glorious perspective and magnificent distances of rapge and;mouni^;;|p; l)e ,see|i%J|j- daylight from the top of -Mt. Elica, the noble forests andfarm lands, the vineyards, orchards, and ot...

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STORYTELLER. POOR LITTLE LIFE. A FAMILY EPISODE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

STORYTELLER. "poor little life. A FAMILY EPISODE. Poor lit tle life, that toddles half an hour Crowned with a fiower or two, and then an end'

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LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

ZkQCAi; COTTBlTS. Dr Black, E.M., attends the undermentioned placeson t he days specified, for the purpose of connoting Local Courts:— Katanning, third Wednesdov each month hlarrogin. second Friday each month Wagin, third Friday each month Kojonup, last Wednesday each month Mr. T. H. Stansbury, Clerk of Courts at FLatanning, visits Xojonup every third Wed nesday

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

A "Boos to Mothews.—If you wish your children to have beautiful hair and clean, wholesome heads yon must use Barry's Nur sery Hair Lotion, which cleanses the head and destroys all parasites; Bottles Is 3d. Camp bcll-Cochrane and- Co., chemists, Albany. Local agents, C. A. Harris, storekeeper, Ka tanning.* " . Can you Abbobd to bb without it.— Mr. R.. Sharpe, of Albany, was Buffering from a severe cough, left as a legacy after an attack Of influenza. He was • induced to try Cura-. eougb,,and the first dose gave, him instant relief. Proprietors, Caxnpbell-Cochrane and Co,,, chemists, Albany, and Ravensthorpe. Local agent, C. A. Hams, storekeeper, Ka tanuing.* A landholder neatf Wagin recently re ceived a letter with reference to damage sustained . by a neighbor through a goat, owned by the former. ... following is a eopy of the document:—" I.am know given you 24 hour notes if you dont keep your goat off of number — block your doat as destre a bag of wheat on 29 April also I have told ...

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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

"Wasrin. J. C. H. Wbnke, Saddler C. L. Geix, General Storekeeper J. Facet, Bootmaker F. & C. Piesse, General Storekeepers A. Doig, Buteker and Baker J. Spbatt, Wagin Hotel H- Speagg, Federal Hotel

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CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

OffAtXEB X. .. Towards morning ,the patient fell into a gentle slumber—a slumber, whiehold Natta's experienced eye at once detected as being different from the. drowsiness whieh had occasioned so much anxiety; and when, shortly after daylight. Br Samuelspn entered the sick robin, he saw at a glance that the crisis was' past ' He owes his life, under'God, to you,- Miss Durham!' said, the doctor, addressing Evelyn. * There are in fluences in this world more subtle than medicine—influences both to kill and to cure. Yours is one of the latter. I believe your mere presence in the sick-chamber has done him more good than all the resources of iny art. But' —he; stopped short suddenly. 'Let me feel your pulse,* he said to the girl, looking :pto her face. ' I think you had better go and lie down, Miss Evelyn. You have overtaxed your strength,.! ain afraid. You can.leave Sir Gebrge to Nana with perfect con fidence now. The worst is over. Ge and lie doiim'as quickly as possible, and I'll bring...

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CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

Chapter VIII.—(Continued). ' 'Now, George,' said Evelyn, when they had dismounted from their horses, wo shall sit down here and rest until mother returns, One of you,' she Baid, turning to the servants, 'run and fetch me a cool plantain leaf.' And when it came, Bhe bound it round George's forhead with a handkerchief, and then, making him eat a morsel of torkey, and drink a glass of cham pagne, Vhich she poured out for him herself, she bade him light his cigar and seat himself ou the rock by her side. 4 You'll be better soon, George,'she said. 'The plantain leaf will put your headache away.' The rest and the shade and the refreshment. But he could not get rid of his headache ; on the contrary, as the day went on it seemed to in crease. He felt languid and^gnod for nothing. He complained of the hardness of his saddle, the jolting of his horse. Once or twice, Mannie, who followed him on foot, holding on by his horse's tail, had to put out his hand to prevent him from falling. In the ca...

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Money Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

Money Orders. iifliANi>.—JNot exceeding £5, 6d.; above £5, and not exceeding £10, 1b.; above £10, and not exceeding £15, is. 6d.; above £15, and not exceeding £20, 2s Interstate.—Above £1 and not exceeding £2, 9d.; above £2 and not exceeding £5, Is. 6d.; above £5 and not exceeding £7, 2s. 3d.5 above £7 and not exceeding £10, 3s.; above £10 and not exceeding £12, 3s. 9d; above £12 and not exceeding £15,4s. 6d.; above £15 and not "exceeding £17, 5s. 3d.; above £17 and not exceeding £20, 6s

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Rates of Postages. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902

Kates of Fostasres. Letters.—if delivered at any Post-Office for delivery within the postal delivery limit of sueh office3 for every |oz., or fraction (up to 51bs, Id. Beyond such limits, for every ■Joz. or or fraction of ioz., up to 31bs, (dimen sions not fo exceed the maximum allowed for packets), 2d Post CARD3.—If posted at any post-office for delivery within the postal delivery of such office, id.; bevond such limits Id Packets.—For every 2ozs or fraction of 2oz8, up to 41bs Id Newspapers.—Printed and posted in the Colony for delivery beyond the boundaries of the City or Town at which they may he pub lished, and posted within one week from date of, publication not exceeding lOozs, free. For every additional lOozs or fraction of lOozs (each) id. For each newspaper posted 7 days after publication, not exceeding lOozs, Id. For every additional lOozs or fraction of lOozs, Id. Newspapers must be posted one hour before the closing of the mail by which they are intended to go

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