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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HERALD Office, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

COMMERCIAL LOCAL MARKET Herald Office, May 30. At Xatanning 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 15s per ton; bran,' £? per ton; pollard, £7 15s per ton; eggs, Is 6dper doz; butter Is 8d.

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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DRAUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

DRAUGHTS. At Lebad's Coffee Palace, last night, a Draughts'match took place between teams selected from the Independent Order.of Oddfellows and the Indepen dent Order of Rechabites. The fol lowing is the result of the various 'games :— l.O.R. I.O.O.R. Longmuir 5 v. Richter I. Wise 1 v Baker 5, Kollings 2 v H. Baker 4. 'Richmond 4 v White 2. Heinzel 4 v Really 2. V Hobart 4 v Turner 2. J Hughes 2 v Rodgers 4. Oldrey 6 v Rowe 0. Tolland 4 v MeGare 2. Harvey I v C. White 5 Rodgers 2 v. Lebad 4. . Quartermaine 2 v Jeffries 4. Total—I.O.R.j 37 points'; I.O.O.F. i 35; After the games were concluded, refreshments were handed round, and various toasts honoured. r' Mr. L Roth acted as referee, and gave greztt satisfaction to both sides. .

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. J The Maii.s.—The mails for the I Easte n States and New Zealand close | at the Kaianumg Post OifieeonTues- ( .day next at 12" L5 p.m. Me. T. Dangle v.—We learn that Mr. T. Langley, cordial-maker, auc tioneer, etc., is about to leave the dis trict, having received an appointment to manage the Perth portion of the business of P. and C. Piesse. During the time that Mr. Langley has been resident in Katauning, he has certainly been a moving spirit, having held every secretarial post, and showing out most prominently as an atnlete. He will certainly be greatly missed in many branches of local sport. Mr. Langley leaves for Perth on Thursday next, and much regret has been ex pressed by all with whom he came in contact at his departure. Building Operations.—Taking a glance round • Kataiming there is a I constant stir to be seen in the build ing line. On all sides evidence of the practical advance of the town is appa- j rent. Speaking to a local contractor yesterday, ...

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DEATH OF MR. G. A. PIESSE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

DEATH OF MR. 0. k. PiESSE. Although the wires flashed the news of the death of Mr. Gh A. Piesse to Katanning, yesterday at 12 o'eloek. it was not unexpected. The deceased gentleman had been ail ing for some 12 months, with what was described by the medical frater nity as partial paralysis, consequent; upon a malformation on the brain.) He underwent an operation January last under the skilful care of l)rs. Saw, KeJsall, and Harvey, at Perth, and it was then thought that the worst was passed. Subsequent events, however,- proved that such was not to be the case, as, after retiring to his home at Newcastle, for a month, it was found necessary to again operate. "With this object in view Mr Piesse was again transferred to Perth, to undergo a second operation. This, as in the case of the first one, was regarded as successful, but the patient's general weak condition in tervened, and after a slight rally on Thursday, he passed away peacefully yesterday at noon, as stated. The late H. A. Pie...

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CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. Kalgoorlie, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

CHAPTER OFIACCEDENTS. (prom our correspondent.) Kalgoorlie, Friday. „ A peculiar accident happened here last Monday in Hannans Street. A telephone wire.broke and fell aeross the Electric Tramway cable, and then hung across the roadway. A baker driving a horse in his cart did not notice the wire., The horsetouchod the wire and fell dead... The man touched the deaa horse and received a shock, and had to be taken to bed at once. A dog touched the wire, and at once its hair was burned away. A boy kicked towards the wire, and was thrown down, only being saved by the fact that the leather of his boot was a bad conductor.

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Williams. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

Williams.' For Marjradong i and .Dajlerking, Thurs days at 7.30'a.m. •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

The Katanning Coffee Pa?ace can not He surpassed for meals and beds. The best of attention. * The unanimous opinion of - patrons is that Lebad's Coffee Palace, Katan ning, is superior to any in the town. Mr. Pierpont Morgan donated the sum of £14,000 to the sufferers of the Martinique explosions. . >

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LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

1.0C.AX COUS.TS. DrBlact, B.M.^attende tlie undermentioned places on fbe days specified, for the purpose of conducting Local Courts :— ^ 31a tanning, third Wednesday each month Narrogin, second Friday each month * Wagin, third t riday each month Eojonup, last Wednesday each month Mr. T. H. Stanebuiy, Clerk of Courts at Satanning, visits Kojonup every third Wed nesday

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

Lebad's Coffee Palace building is a model to behold, but the greatest surprise of all is experienced when the dining table is patronised. * . ; f Oast xof Af^oed *o be without it.— Mr; B>. Sharpe, of Albany, was suffering from a severe cough, left as a iegacy after an attack of influenza. He was induced to try Gusv cough, and the .first doBe gave him Ins'tar.t relief. Proprietors, Ctimpbell-Cochranetuid Cb., chemists, Albany , and Havensthorpe. Local agent, C. A. Hams, storekeeper, hLu tanning. *

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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

"Wagin. ,.di C. H,.._$pNE3:, S^dj^ler C: L. trkLi, General1 Storekeeper JV Facet, Bootmaker I F.& C.. PiKsse, General Storekeepers A. ikbio, Butcher and Baker ; «T. Spbat^Wagin Hotel H. Spjraghj, F^eral Hotel

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KALGOORLIE. Lalgoorlie, Friday. PASTOR HORSEY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

KALGOORLiE. Kalgoorlie, FrMay, PASTOR HOESEY. ^ Pastor Horseyreeeiveda mnsten thusiastic sendoffintheKing Street ■ Boulder Church last Wednesday night. ' About 90 friends were present, many . coining from Kalgoorlie.; The chair was taken by Mr, Condy Becitatious, duets, vocal, and flute solos, fpl lowed by excellent refreshments were provided during the evening.. Mr. Stanford at the request of; the Boulder Church presented Mr. Horsey . with a beautifully framed photographic group' of the Baptish Church mem bers. Mr. / Horsey leayes church matters in a very heal thy state. . On Thursday he took his departure to Perth to attend the un ion meetings, be will then proceed to Pmgelly to ; to take up Church work there. / , j

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

Broome arm C. Dabcy, Coachbuilder and General Blacksmith ' W. M. Gabbity, Imperial Hotel

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

JUMPED ON A TEN-PENNY NAIL. The alittle daughter of Mr J. N. Powell ■ jumped on an inverted rake made of ten ipenqy nails, and tnrust one nail entirely through her foot, and a second one half way ■ through. *-' hamberiain's Pain Halm was .promptly applied and five minutes later the pain "had disappeared and no more suffering - was experienced. In three days the child •' was ^ weiring her shoe as usual and with absolutely "no discomfort. Mr Powell is a weU-known merchant of Forkland, Va., IJ.riA. Pain Lolm is an antiseptic and heiils such in] uTici without maturation and ' in-dne-third the tiu.e required by the usual treatment.. Eor> sale hy E, & O. Piesse, "KatanninS and Wagui. 1 .* . ' * - a& * If yofi;<^anOa£ e jcel lent meal, at moderate^J^^s^ry Hebatd'a Coffee PaIsfce. jft&as no eq*: Jinihe Grreat jsotfthera 2>isfcricfcs. * [Established 1880.] ¥. & 0. P I E S S E, GENERAL MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, AUSTRAL TERRACE, KATANNING. Direct...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

'Trade ETotiees. WAGIN WAGON, CARRIAGE, & IMPLEMENT FACTORY. 0_ JUST, PROPRIETOR. BLACKSMITH, WHEELWRIGHT, and MACHINIST. Carriages, Drayg, Wagons, and all kinds of Vehicles '< ade or Repaired. J. McDonald, ' . Late Dewar arid Co., HAIRDRESSER, TOBACCONIST, NEWSAGENT, • • ANl) . STATIONER, * Clive Street, Eatanuing. ■ A gent for all the LeadingJEuglisfa, Interstate ai d Metropolitan iSetvspajiers, Magazines, "and Journals. * Boots of all .descriptions,op hand or to order * ' v ;v. ■' ■ ■ LENDING LIBRA, Y, HA1RCU1T1KG, . • ' SHaVING. ■ SHAMPOOING, h . v . And SINGEING. Agent for Adamson's Incomparable Vegetable ' • i aiid Flower Seeds. BUTCHER ^ W A GIN. AH Orders Promptly Attended ta.fr G- McTiEOD, Jnnr., Proprietor. Best Brands -of Wines: and SpiriJs.' First class Accommodation for Bparders. .J. CENTRAL ISTORES, KATAKNINd, "Having, taken over the business lately carried on by Mr C. A. Uarns, is prepared to - supply all kinds of ' GROCERY, , HARDWARE, BOOTS, PATEN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

Ose Tbiai. win, Conttnce.—If you want to Tex your best friend, tread on his corns. If you want to please him, advise him to use Curacorn," the positive corn cure; never known to fail. Bottles Is. Proprietors, Cainpbell-Oochraue and Co., chemis" s, Albany. Lopal agent, C. A. Harris, Katannin^.*

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A POLICY AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

A POLICY AT LA.ST. On Tuesday might, Mr. Nansbn, at at Queen's Hall, Perth, made §his maiden political effort in the metropo lis. He ereated a very goodithpres siouas a calm thoughtful speaker, who credited his audience with, the posses sion of intelligence, and treated his subject with the gravity which its importance merited. He was on the platform in his capacity as leader of the Opposition to His Majesty's Government to criticise the conduct of the party in power, and to present his own views as to the legislation needed by the country to enable it to keep pace with the progress of the Commonwealth outside the limits, of our territory. He made no effort to play to the gallery," to tickle the ears of the groundlings, nor to make capital out of apt or inapt interjections. His policy is a broad and liberal one—too much so, in the opinion of many, to ensure his strong support by the anti Leake section of Parliament. But it may be that he looks beyond the present Assembly for support...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

ODDFELLOWS' ANNIVERSARY A GRAND BALL will be held to cele brate the above at tlip - Bublic Hall, Jvatanuing, on Wednesday, 18tli June. ■ Bro fessionel Music. Refreshments .Free. Gents, 3s. Ladiee,: Free Notices. notice! To the Residents of Katanning and Sur rounding Districts. HAYING purchased the HairdreSS ing, Tobacconist, aad -ilews Agency business lately conducted o A E. Dewar and Co,, in Clive Street, Ka tanning, I respectfully solicit a continuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed, upon the old firm. Yours faithfully, jno. Mcdonald. for sale. ORGAN, 10 Stop's, by the celebrated maker " Carpenter," packed and put on rail, £17. JAMLS WATTS, Albany. FOii SALE.—Several well-bred Heifers, in calf to priae Jersey Hull Go vernor." ^ H g-jTAyBxjftY. FOR SALE, 3-furrow Plough, with seed sower attached. ' T C. F. W^NKE, Moojepin. W ANTED to SELL, Two Second-hand Stump-jump PLOUGHS. A. W. RICHTER, Katanning. rANTED to BUY, good Dairy COW, in full milk. T. H. STANBURY. NOTICE. WANTE...

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TfyS" following- business people have ad vertisements appearing in this issue:— ' ' ' ' V Katanning. "F. &X3 Piesse, General Merchants CiSS'-Bros., Draper. , Wm S Bookbs, General Storekeeper P A Be eck, Saddler Wm. Baeeb, Butcber M TjEBAd, Coffee Palace A. W. Bichteb, General Blacksmith and lOachbuilder G. McXjBOD, Katanning Hotel 4- E. Sbwae & Col, Hairdressers, Sta tioners, etc J QotfiiD, Fruiterer, etc

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CORRESPONDENCE. NARROGIN CEMETERY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

CORRESPONDENCE. SARROGIE CEMETERY. TO THB EDITOR. Sik,—In reply to " 'Tothersider," re Narrogin Cemetery, I would inform all interested that the matter has not been dropped. The Progress Associ ation has its eye on it, and if there is is any sign of sleepiness will shake it up. This is exactly how the matter stands. After bringing it under the j uotiee of the Minister for Lauds, 1 j received word that the heads of the two denominations that hold the ex clusive right to the portions allotted them, had been written to requesting them to forfeit their right to those portions, and place the whole under a Cemetery Board. That would mean it would be a general Cemetery, placed under a local Cemetery Board as re quired by the latest Cemeteries Act, such Board to have control over the whole, and to have power to frame bye-laws, etc, for regulating and keepiug in order the same. Until the heads of these bodies reply, and we get word from the authorities nothing can be done to any portion but ...

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Money Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

Money Orders. Iwxand. -—Not exceeding; £5, 6d.; above £5, and not exceeding £10, Is.; 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.; 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.; abov« £17 jand not exceeding £20, 6s

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