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THE FARMING DISTRICTS. LARGE SELECTION OF LAND ANTICIPATED. (By SPECIAL WIRE.) KALGOORLIE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 May 1902
INTEREST BY- GOtFIELDS PEOPLE. LABGrE SELECTION OE LANB ANl'I-' * CIPATED. (By^P-^ciAX. t WntB.) EaikjooeIiTe,-' Friday; Great interest is taken in all the Goldfield centres in this vicinity, with * reference to vacant Crown Laads . suitable for mixed forming. Already 70 persons have supplied Mr. H. S. Ranford with their . names and • addresses. They will select in various parts of this State/ and some have already gone to Northaiu, - Swan, and the &lt; Great Southern Railway, and others leave next week for Colliev Qingih, and Donnybrook. Last Friday night, at Brown Hill, ^betweeh l^goorhe and Boulder City, a lecture, was given in the Miners* HalL by Mr. Ranford^ Every avail- , able seat was filled, and many questions were asked ; ail present seemed anxious to obtain reliable information. ■■■ The eyes of the Gold fields residents are certainly turned towards the land. The limelight views of photos of apples, wneat, barley, dUts, . rye, hay, and . specimens of the soil in whi...
CORRESPONDENCE. RAILWAY BUNGLE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 May 1902
CORRESPONDENCE. BAILWAY BUNGLE. TO THE EDITOR. Sib,—Will you kindly publish the follow ing facts. I had a bag of potatoes booked from Albany to Woodanilling on 1st May. The Bail way charged me 3s. 3d. oil this weight, lcwfc. 2qrs. 121bs.. Mark this—on one bag of. potatoes, and a half bag of onions, 2s. 6d., or j 9d. less op the heavier weight, and this kind of thing is always taking place, ' If yon speak to the officials about it, you are met with a sliort answer—that is correct, sir.. I have had five or six bales of bran bags booked from Katanning at different times, and different prices each time, and strange to say \ the heaviest rath was booked at the lowest -price, viz., Is. 9d, the other at 2s. 6d., 2s._ 3d. and LOOKING- FOB PAY DAY. Woodanilling, 20tli May.1
KATANNING ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 May 1902
KATANNING ROADS BOARD. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above Board was held in the Public Hall on Satur | day last, when there were present—Messrs T. Garslone (acting chairman), A. Prosser, M. Cronin, McDonald, P. Cunneen, E. B. Bell, I and the secretary and supervisor. The minutes of previous meeting were read, and confirmed. ' CC>KBBSPOirX(B]|vCB. From the Public "Works Department, uot' fying that the first instalment of the annual grant for the year ending 30th June, 1902 (£350), had been placed to the Board's credit at the Treasury, subject to the provi sions of section 7 of the Boads Act Amend ment, 58 Vic., No. 17. From the Public Works Department sta ting that the communication in reference to a grant of funds for Warren-road had been re ceived. From H. S. Banford. stating that he had written to the Surveyor-General1 with refer ence to Katanning town lots 334, 335, 336, and 337, fronting Da ping and Claude streets, suggesting that the reservation of these blocks should...
TELEGRAMS. THE FEDERAL TARIFF. AN IMPORTANT POINT. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 May 1902
TELEGRAMS. THE FEDERAL TARIFF. AN IMPORTANT POINT, MeiiBottbite, Friday. Ira portant arguments were heard yesterday bearing on the Federal Customs law and the practice of the court in a case in which. Alfred Abra heins appealed against his conviction by the City Bench for being concerned in the production of a false invoioe. Mr. Isaacs, ALH.fi, arguing for defendants, contended thai there really were no Commonwealth duties of Cus toms at present, inasmuch as the Tariff Bill had not yet passed both Federal Houses, andtheVictorian Cusr toms Act did not apply. Ho argued that as there was no Customs revenue defendant could not be convicted of intending to defraud .what did rot exist. • Mr. Justice Hodges reserved his decision.
POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 May 1902
POLICE COTJBT. ' At the. Police Court to-day Ceeil Knox pleaded guilty .to having ob-; tamed, nioney by false pretenees, and was sentenced te three months' im- ■ prisonraent. A young man named pruntmond, Treasury clerk . at Broad Arrow was reman ded to that place to answer charges of stealing money orders. ; ';
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 May 1902
POLITICAL, Judge Parker's appointment and the abandonment of the: proceedings against the Spectator is to be specially., referred to in Mr iNansoh's Opposi tion policy meeting on Tuesday night next. •" '• v. It is reported that Mr Kingsmill has been appointed general manager--, of . railways, and Mr Illingworth manager of the Agricultural Bank, but the report has not been confirmed^ There is good authority for stating that Mr Brockman is likely to manage the Bank. ! 1 " "
WOODANILLING. May 20. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 May 1902
W30DANILLIN6. (PSOJI OUR CO EEESPOJTDENT.) Mav 20. The election of a Committee to manage the affairs of the local Agricultural Hall toot place on Saturday evening last, the follow ing being chosen :—Messrs J. Moritz, T. -E.1 Haddleton, E. K. Bell, Q-. Wilkinson, Q-. A. Wilson, A. B. Newton, and E. Wilhelm Mr Moritz was elected chairman of commit tee, Mr G-. Wilkinson secretary, and Mr E. S. Bell treasurer. Splendid rains have fallen througho at the district. The hall committee has decided to hold an entertainment on Coronation Day, in order to raise funds for the purchase of seats for the hall. ' '
WAGIN NOTES. Wagin, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 May 1902
"Wagin, May 24s. The first debate in connection . with the Wagin Literary and Debating So ciety took place in the Mechanics* Institute last evening, the subject for debate being " Monarchy r. Repub lic." The parties were -.'led by Mr'J. A. Richards and Mr E. B. Wiehert respectively. The attendance was fair considering the bleakness of the weather. Mr A. Doig made an ef ficient chairman. The opener of thp debate, in taking up the defence of Republican principles, .mentioned the growing iuterestin the subject amongst Australians, especially the. rising generational The familiar phrase of " cutting the painter" had a^peeuliar fascination for Australian youth. He contended that the ballot box should !»e the court of appeal in all matters affecting the nation'ss welfare.; es pecially in the choice of its head, such head to be the personification or ex emplification of national ideals. The non-corrupted ballot box had brought , before the American people and the world a Garfield and a Lin...
THE POLITICAL SITUATION. THE NEXT SESSION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 May 1902
THE POLITICAL SITUATION. THE NEXT SESSION OF PARLIA MENT. !Afc the present time Parliament stands pro rogued till the middle of next month'. / Nothing has jet been definitely heard as J to whether it is intended ; it shall then i meet for despatch of business, or whether a further prorogation is to take place. In . some quarters there seems to be an idea that i the two Chambers will be found sitting ' before the end of the present financial year. This view does not meet with general accep tation, as there is a disposition in others to believe that the coming session ca; not very well commence before some time in July. It is said that, if for no other reason, the draft ing of the legislation which is to occupy the attention of Parliament is not jet in a suffi ciently forward state to admit of Parliament meeting before the end of the first half of 1902, and, in fact, that for this and other reasons it will probably be found the session will not open before July at the earliest. The fa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 May 1902
• 3UMPE1V ON A TEN-PENEY MAIL. Th«j.. little daughter of Mx J^ N. Powell jump^uitf an Mvevtejf mke^ mjidft of ten vpepnj^;|a^Us, atS ;ttirrisf ^one ^a|| entirely tli¥oii|if uer Foot, ind-a second one half way through. Thamberlain'e Pain Balm was •promptly appji^'apdJSye minutes later the; ^pain bad disappfeared and nO more suffering was experienced. In three days the child was . wearing her ehoe as usual and with Absolutely' ne discbinforfc. " Mr Powell is -a iwrell-known merchant, of Forkland, Via., i.ITiS;A. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and] liealf isnch injuries without maturation and in'one-third the time required by the usual treatment. For sale by F. & C. Piesse, HatanmniS and Wagin.
NARROGIN NOTES. 22nd May. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 May 1902
NARROGIN NOTES. (FBOM OUB OWN COBBE3PONDENT.) 22nd May. Mr. If. w. Floyed, a well-known a resident of ifarrogin, had a very close shave of meet ing with a serious accident this week. While driving out with a young horse, the hames strap broke, and the horse shot out of the shafts so suddenly that Mr. Floyed was pre cipitated over the front of the cart down between the shafts, head foremost, alighting within a few inches of the horses heels. The harness broke clear away from the vehicle, letting the horse free with the exception of one rein that enabled another person, who was with Mr. Floyed, to secure the animal. Mr Floyed received- a very severe shaking, and was dazed for some minutes after the occurrence, but he luckily escaped more Berious injury. A very desirable addition to the settlers around Narrogin waB made this week. Mr. W. W. Graham, of Eucla, for many years head of the Post and Telegraph department1 there, arrived with his wife and family. On a flying visit to the distr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 May 1902
THE BEST REMEDY FOE DIAR RHOEA. " Some years ago while at Martinsburg, W. Val, 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.—G-. A. Moeeis? Embreeville, Pa., U.S.A- This remedy is for "sale by P. and C: Piesse, Eatanning and Wagin. ■ I '.
PINGELLY NOTES. May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 May 1902
PIN8ELLY NOTES. (PEOH OTIE COBEESPONDENT.) May 19. A well attended meeting was held at Pin gelly on--the 17th inst. for the purpose of mating 1 arrangements for the holding of sports in June. ■ It was decided that the pro gramme include bicycle and foot racing. A vote of thanks was accorded* those who had assisted and supporfced'previous sports. A strong working committee was appointed, and there appears every prospect of a suc cessful meeting.; A young man named G-. Buck had a nar row escape from aL fatal accident, at the rail way station, through falling in front, of a locomotive. He was picked up and conveyed to Narrogin, where' it was found he was suf fering ' severely from shock. He was con , siderably bruised by the cowcatcher.
COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HERALD Office, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 May 1902
COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. TTeraid Office. May 24. 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 ; flour, £10 1.5s per ton; bran, £7 per ton; pollard, £7 15s per ton; eggs, Is 6d per doz ; butter Is 8fl.
ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 May 1902
ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH. 1 Tbe annual meeting of the parishioners was held at Katanning on the 10th inst. The Rev. J&s. E. Howes submitted his annual report, as follows -My brethren,— After twelve months' work we again meet to consider our present position, and to arrange for the future. Nearly 300 services have been held, throughout the district. Regular services we held at Marracoonda; Moojebing, 1 Eticup, Broome Hill, Kojonup, Cranbrook and Ton tor den. Baptisms during the year numbered 33, as against. 23 last year. Con-, firmation candidates presented to the Bishop : were 21, against 19 for the previous year, ; viz., 12 at Katanning and 9 at Cranbrook. i Marriages numbered 7, the same as last year, j Burial" five, three more then last year. Total number of communicants on roll 120, 1 against 98. Number of communicants dur ing Eastertide, 69, one less than last Easter- &lt; ttde. Total number of communicants during the year 538, against 626. During the year changes ha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902
TO THE PUBLIC. Allow me to say a few words in praise of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I hare had a very severe eough and eold and feared I would get pneumonia, but after taking the second dose of this inedicine I felt belter, • three bottles of it cured my cold and the -pains in -my chest disappeared entirely. I am most respectfully yours for health, Ralph S. Meiees, 64 Tliirty-seventh street, Wheeling, W. Va., U.S.A. -For sale by F. 1 & 0. Piesse, Katanning and Wagin. A VIOLENT ATTACK OF CEOUP CUEE1>. " Last winter an infant child of mine had croup in a violent' form,"' says Elder John W- Rogers, a Christian Evangelist-, of Filley, Mo., UJSLA "I gave her a few1-doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and in a short time all danger was past and the child re covered." This remedy not only cures croup, but when given as soon as- the first symptoms appear, will prevent tue attack. It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given as confidently to a baby' as to an a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902
> -A Boon to Mothbes.—If you wish your s ehildj«n to have beautiful hair and ciean, . wholesome heads you must use Barry3! Nur sery JIaip Lotion, whieh cleanses the head and destroys all parasites. Bottles Is 3d.* Camp beB-Coclirane and Co., chemists, Albany. Local agents, C. A. Harris, storekeeper, Ka fcanning.*- ' | ' Ws are in apposition to supply yon with all ■ kinds of drugs, chemicals, patent medicines, ^perfumery, surgical appliances, sundries, pho.-, ' fcographie material,, nursery and sick-room ' ^.requisites, etc., etc., at- the lowest possible prices, asi we are direct English, American ^Continental buyers in wholesale quauti ties. All orders of 10s. or over sent carriage paid. Oamphell-Coclirane and Co,, chemists," Albanv. * ■ '
PERTH REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902
PERTH REPORT. Messrs.?. andC.Piesse, produce merchants, Perth, report for the week: ending May 30, 1902:— >-/ The chaff market continues firm, and we have obtained up to £4 12s fid, The fruit supply , is about tho same, and prices remain unaltered. Ohaff.—Prime samples, £4 5s to £4 12b. fid.; good feed, £3 10s to £4. "Wheat.:—Truck Iota are worth 5s 5d per bushel; smaller lots, 5s 9d to 6s. j, Oats.—Algerians, .4s 3d to 4s 6d; New ZeaLahds,'4s 4d to 4s 6d ; crushed, 3d extra, -Pollard.—Yery firm, £9 5s. to £9 10s. Bran.--£9 to £9 5s per ton. Also firm. .Oil Oake—Singapore, £8 10s per ton; bag lots, 9s per ewt. • flour.—"Premier," sacks, £11 7s fid ; -quarters; £11 12s 6d. " ■' Potatoes.—Imported, from £8 to £9. Local £810s to £9 ; seed £8 10s to £9. Onions.—8s fid to lis, according to quality. Fruit.—Apples, dessert, local, 7s 6d to 15s : per case ; imported 8s 6d to 12s fid; cookers. 7s 6d to 9s per case; pears, 7s 6&lt;3 to 17s fid; lemons, 8s fid to 14s ; oranges, 10s ...