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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. The following business people have ad vertisements appearing in this issue :— Eatauningr. F. & C Piesse, General Merchants , Cass Bros., Draper. Wh J Rogers, General Storekeeper P A Beece, Saddler Wm. Baker, Butcher M Lebad, Coffee Palace A. W. Ricrter, General Blacksmith and tpaehbuilder G. MgLeod, Eatanning Hotel A. E. • 1,ewae & Co., Hairdressers, Sta- . lioners, etc J Gogld, Fruiterer, etc
POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902
POSTAL NOTICES. Following are the times at which mails are despatched from the Post-Offiees men tioned i— Katamning. P-rcn (daily), Sunday exeepied 12"15 p.m. For Wagin, Narrogin, Cabballing, Pingelly and Beverley (noon) For Albany daily,\ Sunday excepted (3 p.m.), Brown Hill. Cranbrook, Mt. Barker, 3 p.m For Marracoonda, (weekly),Thursday's, 7 a.m For Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.m For Cridgelbarrup (weekly), Friday's, 7 a.m Kojonup (weekly, Friday's, 1"30 p.m
PERTH REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902
PERTH REPORT. Messrs. F. and C. Piesse, produce merchants, Perth, report for the week ending May 8, 1902:— The chaff market continued firm during the past week, and we have obtained up to £4 10s for prime samples. Fruit has been fairly plentiful, and prices' remain about the same as last reported. Flour, bran and pollard are exceedingly firi%aud we do not see any chance of .prices , receding for some considerable time. Chaff.—Prime samples, £4 5s to £410s; .good feed, £3 10s to £4; inferior, £2 15s to £2I7s6d. Wheat.—Truck lots, 5s 3d ; smaller lots, from 5b 9d to 6s. Oats.—Algerians, 4s 2d to 4s 44jJKfeV: Zealands, 4s 3d to 4s 4d; crashed, 3d extra. Pollard.—£9 5s to ^ 10s per ton. Very firm. Bran.—£9 to £9 5s per ton. Also firm. | Oil Cake—Singapore, £8 10s per ton ; bag lots, 9b per cjrt. Supplies of tws line aire] very short.- , " j Floor.—1' Premier," sacks, £11 7s 6d ; quarters, £11 12s fid. Potatoes.'—Imported, from £8 10s to £9 10s; local, from £9 to £10 15s cwt; seed potato...
COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HERALD Office, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902
COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. UbbaXiD Office.May 16. At Katanning the prices to-day are:— Wheat, 4s Id per bushel ; oats, prime, 3s; . chaff, best green wheaten, £3 ; inferior, '25s to 40s per ton ; floury £10 15s per ton j bran, £7 per ton; pollard, £7 15s* per ton; eggs, Is 6dper doz ; butter Is 8d.
Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902
Waala. for Arrhur River, (Wednesday's), at noon For Eastwood (Cronin's) 8 a.m. Monday's , For Westward (Norin Lake), 8 a.m Thursday's For Perth, and intermediate places, Mon ay's, Tuesday's,Thursday's, Friday's, Satur day's, 2 p.m.; Wednesday's, 6 p.m For Albany, Katanning, Broome Hill, Mt Barker, Monday, Wednesday, Thnrsday, Friday and Saturday's, at 1'20 p.m.; Tues day's, 6 p.m
Agricultural Teaching in Primary Schools. SUBJECTS THAT COULD BE TAUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902
Agricultural Teacfcingiu Primary Schools. SUBJECTS THAT COULD BE ' TAUGHT. It is absolutely certain that if Australians who are engaged, iu rural industries are to hold their own in competition with 'the "world more instruction than has' hitherto .been, "the case must be given, and the instruction to be of the greatest value should begin in .the pri mary schools. This may seem a somewhat large order, involving a great deal of extra work on the teachers, and, further, it may be. contended that it would be impossible to teach agriculture in. its various branches within the walls of a State school, Of course," it must at oncebe admitted that'so far ias practical demonstration is concerned the con tention is sound"; but there are many things that could be taught duriug school hours that, would be of immense value in after life to the farmer, the horticulturist, the vinegrower, etc." The knowledge acquired would never he forgotten, and the foundation would be laid for that progress which...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902
Onb TbIAI Will CONTINCK.—If you want to rex your best friend, tread on bis corns. If you want toplease him, advise bim to use '^Curacorpj'V the positive com. cure; never, known to fail..' Bottles Is. Proprietors, Oampbell-Coehrane and,Co., chemists, Albanji Boeal agent,. , C. A. Harris,■ Katanmng.^ a . JUMPED ON A TEN-PENNY NAIL. ' The little daughter of Mr .J. N. Powell jumped on ati inverted rake made of ten penny nails, .and tnrust one nail entirely through her foot, and a second one, half; way through. Chamberlaui's Pain Balm Was promptly applied and five minutes later the pain had disappeared and- no more, suffering was experienced. In three days the "child was wearing her shoe as usual and with absolutely no discomfort. Mr Powell is a well-known merchant of Forkland, Ya., U.S.A. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and. heals such injuries without maturation and in one-third the time required by the usual treatment. Eor. sale by . E. & . C. Picsae^ KatanrduS and Wagin.
SPORTING Football. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 May 1902
SPORTING Football. At a committee meeting of the Woodanil ling Football Club,-held on Saturday niglit last, it was decided to try and form an asso ciation, the meetings to be held alternately at the different centres, as delegates thought it too much to always travel to Katanmng to attend every' meeting. It was also arranged to hold a social and dance at Woodanilfing on Friday, the 23rd May. when there will be a football match played between Woodanil ling and Marracoonda on that day. The . team to' represent. Woodanilling will be picked from the following'.-—Messrs. Wilkinson, D. Wilson, A." Wilson, Lewis, Turner, Gilchrist, E R. Bell, Wilkinson, Wreford, Rodney, W. Haddleton, >■ J. Haddleton, H. Cronin. D. Cronin, E. Cronin,- F. Cronin, G. Wreford, A. Wreford, W. Kelly, T.1 Haddleton, M. Keliy, B. Wilcox, T. Kelly, J. Kelly, Hi Peggy R. Bell, Greay, H. hialey, Ferors, L. Sell, Albert, and Moritz. Messrs. Gilchrist, D. Wilson, and Ferors were elected delegates to the association....
WEDGECA[?] UP. OPENING OF THE AGRICULTURAL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 May 1902
WEOGEOAHnOP. OPENING OF THE AGRICULTURAL HALL. Tuesday last will long be remem bered at Wedgecarrup as a red letter day* in the annals of tbe district. Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather and the long distances most of the visitors had to come, over 200 people gathered to celebrate the opening of the Agricultural Hall. Mr 0. A. Piesse, M.L C., in declaring the hall open, apologised for the un avoidable absence of his brother, Mr F. II. Piesse. M.L.A., who at the last moment-was prevented from attending by matters of urgent importance tbat could not be relegated to a substitute. Mr Piesse then congratulated the building committee upon the acumen and business t3Ct displayed in getting a building like the ball—50ft x25ft— finished in such an excellent manner at the cost of about £250. The building reflected tbe greatest credit upon the, buildirg committee and upon the cont ractors, Messry Rotliery and Ellis, who carried out the work in such an efficient and workmanlike manner...
LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 May 1902
LOCAL COURTS. Dr Black,JEL.M., attends the undermentioned places onjthe days specified, for thepdrposeof eond uct ing I&lt;ocal Courts t— • Ea tanning, third JV&ilneador each month I^ar^^nT'se&bnd%r^dayeach'month Wagin, third Friday each month Eojonup, last Wednesday each month Mr. T. H. Stanebnry, Clerk of Courts at Eatanning, visits Kojonup every third Wed nesday • .
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 May 1902
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. The following business people have ad vertisements appearing in this issue:— Katanniug. F. & C. Pibsse, Geperal Merchants Cass Bros., Draper.' "War J Bo goers, General Storekeeper , P,A. Beeck, Saddler Wm. Baker, Butcher M Lebad, Coffee Palace A. W1. Pichtee, General Blacksmith and toachbuilder G. McLeod, Katanning Hotel A. E. .^ewar & Co., Hairdressers, Sta tioners, etc , ( - - J Gouid, Fruiterer, etc