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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

Ciiii'TKH II. bw fose,. gently diseriga-; eiug-his'hand, left the room. The • : letter he placed in his Lreast, even in his grief woiidorhig w-;:at the toutents - could be. Ilevvaiteddownsiaiis until 1 the do«-.lor.joil'Od him. 4 We ;can" do nothing else,' that gentleman said. 4 Let us go home.' . ; "The carriage 3vas in readiness, and * took 1 hem to their respective abodes. 4 Poor woman Isain the doctor as they parted; '.what a dreary,"lonely . death. She seemed to have" no friend except von. If yon ki ow her lawyer's . address,- yen had better telegraph the,, fiiet thing in; the m«i*iiirg. Who are " her near relatives V ' ', ' tthehas none. She told me once, her relatives were iii 1 distan t offbs, atid she liked none of- them.-, 1 will tele . g ayh. as y* u suggest.', • 1 ^ ~ * You will, be certain to come in for 1 <, a iT- o«l thing;'continued the doctor, rather enyiously. ^ :/ "Cutbbeyt started. He had notcou Tgiderfcd the probability, and felt - an •jjp\ ed at the ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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STORY TELLER. THE TCHFORD BEQUEST (Continued from last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

STOIU TELLER. iifiL*TCHFOf513 BEQUEST {Chnl in net/ from last istue.) Hurio.i: the List It w months it bad I i n The man's turn to want an ndxisev. 11 is doubts as to his filncss for -the profession be bad chosi-n ncodt'-d to be ventilated. Each day the feeling that he must no longer, re inn .1 in the church grew stronger and -<ivugev; vet he dreaded taking tne j,.,. ; step'. * Mrs. Hlatchford had gjvcm liim good counsel, and advised nim to act as honesty of purpose impelled hiui. Only the day before she was taken ill, she had said,, with more feeling than he laid ever known her e.ihibiT: 'Mr. Wrcy, you arc my friend, perhaps my eiily Jrieiul. J etui see you are troubled. Make an •end t<> this, and be yourself once 'more. -T am as fond of you-as I atn ,of any <»ti-- in the world. I u'ni obi eiiougli to be your mother. If you want money for a fivsh start in life, vou must take it from me' t'oihbort had dicloied the offer, firmly . but gratefully, i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

Notices. LOST, on Show Day, Blaekf Memorandurn BOOK. Finder pleasejj return same j This Office. F OR SALE. PIANO, iron-frame, every modern im provement ; 4ft. lin. high; £35; quite new; packed in case and put on rail. JOHN WATTS, Albany. K OJOSUP SHOW. A. MOU AN will hold a GREAT SALE of DRAPERY at the OLD KOJONUP INN, on SHOW DAY and DAY AFTER, and ONE WEEK in EACH MONTH. Roll Up and Buy while you have the Chance, as there will be a huge rise in the next few weeks owing to the Tariff. Due Notice will be giveu of Future Sales. jgT \TE SCHOOL CONCERT for CHILDREN'S PRIZE FUND, will be held in THE "INSTITUTE, on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1. Programme, entirely by Children, consisting of Songs, Recitations, "Club Swinging, Dumbbells, Physical Drill, Pole Drill, and Calisthenic Rin^. Also, a GRAND MAYPOLE. Popular Prices, 2s., Is. rjTHE FOURTH ANNUAL SHOW | of the KOJONUP Agricultural and Horticultural Society Will be held on the Society's Grounds, Ko jonup, on Thursday, November 7, 1901. LIBERA...

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JOHN DAVIES INQUIRY BOARD. PRESENTATION OF REPORT. PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

JOHN DA VIES INQUIRY BOARD. PRESENTATION Of REPORT. Peeth, Friday. It is understood that the John Davies' Board will present its report to the Government on Tuesday. The inquest on Francis George Hatch and Louisa Heathorn, drowned in Monger's Lake, concluded with a verdict of accidentallv drowned.

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NARROGIN-WILLIAMS SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

NARROGiN-WILUAMS SHOW The third annual show of the Narrbgin-Williams Agricultural So ciety was held at Narrogin on Tuesday, and proved a most sussess f ull exhibitiet. Last year the number of entries was 256, and this year they have increased to 290, and show an advance generally in the class of stock exhibited, many being very fine animals. In the horse classes some maguificent draught stallions and mares were on parade, and the cattle sections were well represented. The following are the prize winnors:— Section A.—Draught horse : Clay ton aud Rintoul Bros., i; W Corn wall, 2. Stallion standing in the dis trict from September 1 to October 25 (special by Messrs Clayton and Rin toul Bros., £2 2s., and £3 6s. added by Society) : W Cornwall, 1. Brood mare, visibly in foal or with foal at foot: J Hollis, 1; J Bushby, 2. Dry mare : M Cook, I; Thomas O. Rourke, 2. Dour horses, driven in waggon on the ground: J M Potts, 1; E A Hainesby, 2. Three-years-old filly (special by Messrs Clayton a...

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Money Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

Money" Orders. •r; " Iniand.'—JNot exceeding. £5, 6d.; above iv£5, and not exceeding £10, Is.; above £10, and not exceeding £15, Is. 6d.; above £15, f- and not exceeding £20, 2s. fc!. Iktkrstatb.—Above £1 and not exceeding fe?>£2,'9d.; above £2 and not exceeding £5, Is. * !6d.; above £5 und not exceeding £7, 2s. 3d.; ^|ibove £7 and not exceeding £10, 3s.; above p0.O,'ini' not - exceeding £12, 3s. 9d ; above |piS7and,"nbt exceeding £15, 4s. {id.: above P^Sl^and 'not exceeding £17,v5s.-3d.; above not exceeding £20, 6s.

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WAGIN-ARTHUR SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

WAGIN-ARTHUR SHOW. The first agricultural show at Wagiu was held on Wednesday, and was successful beyond the most sanguine anticipations. About 500 persons were present, and 469 entries were received. In horse stock some very j fine draughts were shown, including] Messrs. Clayton and Bin f oul's Here's j Lad, which secured the champion prize. Horses were well represented ! in all classes. In cattle, a large j number of animals were shown, but the principal prizes were secured by i Messrs. Climie and Warburton, who j beat all the local exhibits. A good i array of sheep, including Sbropshires, ! Lincoln, Leicester, and some very good merinoes, were penned, the principal prizes going to Messrs. G. D. Taylor and C. A. Piesse. In pigs, Mr. Warburton took all the firsts and C. A. Piesse the seconds. Poultry was particularly good, and there was a large number of exhibits. Mr. A. Keirle securing most of the prizes with some very high-class birds. In farm produce there was a very fine j sele...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

PRACTICAL £ TAILOR, ^ - Care York Hotel, A von Terrace, YORK, * ILL Visit Katanning on .u date to be ■: announced: Is' the meantime: ordei-s receivedby Post li'wiH'-receive prompt attention. Zp/ . , - . - - ^f|®atteri.B will Tbe forwarded on application. »jr AND CO. ALBANY (Established nearly 20 years. ~ Countr y Orders Receive Prompt gEOc;/,Attention.;" We Import Direet from •; Ktiglish >and American Manu |g^ftiriijg; "jroiises, and are thus prepared to psSbmpete with Perth firms. ; !■■■""';;^ •••" -,v. _.y : jg?The Wholesale paH of the t Business receives^ %-■' Special Attention,and quotations are' " given on application. - - Manager : Wj BEdwtL ■ - : : r- .* PMVIILV BUTCHER, BACON CURE R, Etc., ST.jcKA.TAN'lSriNG.' %!-.;: . Small- Goods a Specialty. iieis, etc., purchased at Highest Market '•*. ...Rates. . . : P W Buttfield, iNERALSTOREKEEPER ig^jen's and.Boys' Clothing Made to Order, .Highest Prices for All Produce. J ^jt ^or—W. ^Satidover and tympany,, 'Smith's' Ploughs, Roy...

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A POINT OF LAW. CHARGE UNDER THE N.SW. POSTAL ACT. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

A POINT OF LAW. CHARGE UNDER THE N.SW. "POSTAL ACT. Sydney, Friday. Before the Full Court to-day, Arthur Harold Bamford, charged under the H.S.W. Postal Act with stealing a letter containing £4, at -rAnnadale P.O. Counsel claimed that any offence committed in a post-office could not be punished by any court in existence. , The Federal Parliament could have passed a law to deal with the matter, but had omitted to do so. The Attorney-General contended that the courts still had jurisdiction in all crimes in Federal territory within N18.W. He further contended that the Postal Act was still in force. Arguments unconcluded.

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1901 [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

SATTTCDA7, OCTOBER 26,1901' ilecD, Qveb.—Owing to pressure on our space we have been compelled to bpld over our leading article, dis trict correspondence, and comments i on the exhibits .at the show, which | will appear in next issue. KATAinmrG Races —In the pro gramme of the, Katanning Turf Club's loithcoming meeting, appearing in Kiur last issue/ ;the measurement; for ponies is given as 13.3, which should read 13 2. • Atrcriojr Saxb.—Mr. T "WXangley conducted a successful sale of stock, etc., this morning. Draught horses brought as high as £20, buggy horses £15, unbroken light horses to £3 10s. PoricE Court.—Dr. Black, R!M;, presided at the Katanning Police Court this morning, and -disposed of the following " show " , drunks . Edwards, who pleaded; guilty was fined 2s. 6d.- J: Marriott, stated to be an old offender and a nuisance in the place "at times, 2s. 6d. or 24 hours.; and &. Jones, a caution. Police v. Searle: Searle pleaded ' guilty to a charge of disorderly conduc...

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NEW SOUTH WALES BRUTAL OUTRAGE OF A GIRL. ARREST OF THE CULPRIT. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

NEW SOUTH WALES BRUTAL OUTRAGE OF A GIRL. ARREST OF THE CULPRIT. Sydney, Friday. Particulars of a brutal outrage at Queanbeyan show that the victim, a girl under 10, the daughter of James Oldfield, was birdnesting with some little girls, when a man came and coaxed the little one away from_ the road into-the bush, and there assaulted her. The other girls escaped by screaming. Prisoner when arrested gave the name of James Campbell.

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LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

ZiOCAXi COUETS. DrBlaek, attends the ■undermentioned places on the days specified, for the purpose of jondncting Local/Courts Katanning, third Wednesdov each month. ; Narrogin, second Friday each month. Wagin, third Friday each month. Kojonup, last Friday each month. »•* . "" . . . Mr. T. H. Stansbury, Xfierk of Courts at ELatanning, visits Kojonup every third Wed lesday. . « -cw

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VICTORIA. NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION. PEACOCK GOVERNMENT THREATENED. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

VICTORIA. NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION. PEACOCK GOVERNMENT THREATENED. Melbourne, Friday. Mr. Outtrim has threatened the Peacock Government with a no-confi dence motion, probably directed chief! y against Trenwith, Minister of Rail ways, whose alleged incompetence in discharging important duties has caused dissatisfaction. The Government are quite uncon cerned, and expect if the motion is tabled to defeat it by a substantial majority.

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THE GREAT SOUTHERN SHOW A SUCCESSFUL EXIBITION. RECORD ATTENDANCE. VISIT OF THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

THE GREAT SOUTHERN SHOW A SUCCESSFUL EXIBITION. RECORD ATTENDANCE. YISIT OF THE OOYERNOR. The populari? of he annual shows of the [ Great Souther; P loral -and Agricultural * Society was fully exemplified yesterday j when the largest numherof people yet seen in Katanning assembled on the local bIjow ground. In addition to the influx of visitors from the districts around Katanning two special trains arrived about midday, landing ; upwards of 500 people. The special from Perth contained His Excellency Sir Arthur Lawley, K.C.I fi, the Hons. C. Somers (Minister for Lands), W. H. Kingsmill' (Minister for Public Worts), F. H. Piesse (reader of the Opposition), Wesley Maley, A. Y.. TIasscll, C. A. Piesse, and Messrs. Hay ward and JTastie, Ms.L.A. On the train drawing up at the railway station ring ing peers were given for the distinguished visitors by the large crowd in waiting, and the Albany Brass Band struck up the National Anthem. On alighting from the train the a isitors were welcomed...

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THE CHINESE CRISIS. THE EMPRESS APPEALS TO RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

THE CHINESE CRISIS. THE EMPRESS APPEALS TO RUSSIA. The Dowager Empress strongly desires the friendship of Russia, who promised to protect her on her return to Peking. , She says the Manehurian treaty must be promptly concluded, and she relies upon the support of Yung Lun against the Southern Viceroys. The Japanese papers are unanimous in the opinion that Russia cannot be allowed to possess Manchuria. The promised withdrawal of Russian troops is regarded as illusory, the protests of Southern Viceroys representing Chinese public opinion in the matter. The Emperor, in replying to the Viceroys, asks by what means they suggest to oppose Russia in Man churia, and what prospect they have of effective support from Japan and Britain.

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POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

POSTAL NOTICES. Following are tie times'at /wiiicK mails are despatched from the Post-Olfic&men 1 iohrd: — c . Katansing. (dudy), Sunday excepted 12*15 p.m. For Wagin, ;Narrogiri, Cubballing, Pingeily anil Beverley (noon). For Albany daily, Sunday excepted . (3 p.m.), Brown Hill. Cranbrook, Mt. Barker, 3 P-in For IJarraeconda, (weekly), Friday's, -7 a.m. For Kcojebing, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 ..m. For Gidgclbarrup (weekly), Thursday's, 7 aan. Kojouup (weekly, Friday's, 1*30 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

The Stud. TO STAND THIS SEASON, The Pure Bred Clydesdale Stallion, HERO'S LAO. {Purchased from J. J. Treasure, Ongerup Farm, near K>jonup, by Clayton and Rintoul Bros., Eosedal'e Estate, Narro gin) HERO'S I/AD, rising seven years old, stands over 16 hands, on good legs and sound feet. He has a splendid quality of fine hair and good action, a vigorous consti tution, has never suffered from over-feeding. He excels in regard to combination of sae and true form. He will certainly win for himself a good position in the foremost rant of the West Australian stud sires. _ j HERO'S LAD is by the Champion Draught j Stallion of Australia, Clydesdale Hero,who has sained first and Champion Prize of Aus tralia against twelve imported horses at the Grand National Agricultural Societya 'how, Melbourne, 1886. In 1887 he earned off the Melbourne honours again. In 1883 he took first prize in the imported class, National Show, Melbourne; also Centennial Inter national Prize and ©rand Champion Prize ...

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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

"Wagin. , J? or Ammr Kiver, (VYeanrsuiivsj, at noon. For Eastwood (Cronin's) 8 a.m. Monday's. - : For Westward (Nori-i Lake;, 8 a.m. ^■Thursday's. "' .For I'erfli. and intermediate places, Mon day's, Tuesday's, TIi ursdav's, Friday's, Satur day's, 2 p.m.; Wednesday's, 0 p.m. For Albany, Kafc lining, Broome Hill, Mt f Barker, .'Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, .■ Friday and-"Saturday's, at T20 p.m.; Tues day's, iS Ji.-Bi.

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

"Broome 2£il*. For Kojouup, Wednesday 12*30 p.m. For Salt Rivei-fevery.- oliier Friday, 9 a.m. For Perth and;? intermediate pla<C3, daily, 1130 am., excepting Wednesday's (6 p.m.). Albany and intermediate places daily, 4 p.m., excepting Tuesday's (6 p.m.).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

.'8 ;• Its qualitj is_ Renowned, and travellers and. Residents along the Great Southern -:-Z. - Railway call for no otlier. . The Tarf. " Katanning Turf Club. SPRING- MEETING. WEDNESDAY, 13th NOVMBER, 190L Patron—Hon. F,H. Piesse, M.L.A. Presi dent—Dr. Black, R.M. Vice-Presidents— Hon. C. A. Piesse, M.L.C., Hon. S. J. Haynes, M.L.C., A...E. Piesse, Esq., J.P. and G-. R. Turner, Esq. Commit'ee—C. M. Denny, A. H. McKenzie, W. E. Cronin, T. Cornelius, R. W. A. Warren, W. H. Trott and R M Fonceca, Judge—Hon. C.' A. Piesse, M.L.C. Starter—Mr. P. E. Piesse. Clerk of Course—Mr. T. H. Stanburv. Handicapper—Mr. J. S. Rogers. , Hon. Sec retary and Treasurer—H. J. Starr. Programme:— 1. Maiden Piate—Sweepstake of os each, with sots, added ; for horses that have never won an advertised race. Welter weights for age—6 furlongs 2. Glencoe Posy IlACK-^Sweepstakeof 5s each, with sovs. added; for horses measuring 13.3, and' under. Weight tjst—5 furlongs. 3. Spring Handicap of 10 so vs.,"-second horse ...

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