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

■ Jfsr, the, rou^ry/one often rgqiiiBes; -little ;a.r1tiehk *Be; :c^feyuist?;,but ^Sien* there is Mo^cffe noisfc jra^r: wfcjt "Wfc4& %* 1*-'. '■■? farmer.;^n^tterJiotvA f^ll^.irect - -Go., chemists,:; -.- v ^?: -A - -" -J-,---w-:-::,' :/'• .-^ -" r- Vki t:s; j "*,r^ --'X?r-.-T= I. ' CrOOO i'OIi TICS LlTTLH ONB3.---VIrS, H lowdeu, of Alhauy, says: —I liave been usinc votir Curacough for the children, as they ar subjeef to coughs, and catch cold very easily, as indeed all children do in Albany. I b ive found Curacough the best preparation for such ailments, effecting a cure in erery cas-*. It is not alone good for children, as T h iv ■ used it for a chronic cough—with splen lid results—from which 1 have suffered for vears. Proprietors, Campbell-Cochrane and Co , chemists, Albany. Local agent, C. A. Harris, Katannihg.—Advt. The Dairy Farm, Katanning. C. A, HARRIS. Fresh Milk Dei-iveeed Twice Dai^y. Live Stock and Farm Produce Bought and Sold. 'Enquiries Solicited. Wagon, Carria...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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STORYTELLER. AN ALTERED PURPOSE. CHAPTER 1.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

STORYTELLER. A i -'hutm FaAPJSE, Chapter 1.—Continued. This h:s new: partner bad early noted; but bis own experience bud made linn far from fastidious in such j matters, and so. Viitir-ut further delay, ! be set off with Mr. Rodbury in the direction of his stable and depot; Oltcrson parting company, having as be declared with sufficient emphasis,; something on hand which suited bis j book a great dea l better. I It was now dark, or so nearly dark 1 that the street lamps were lighted, j and most of the shop windows were lighted up also. In a yard at the back j of a shabby terrace near the water aide, Frank Redbuvv was shown a big ! strong horse, a' large wagon.or eara :van,.and a collection of goods. 'The things are \voith more than you are going to pay,' said Sparle; 'and as a matter of fact, L am giving you the lot. It is only the good-will and the training you are paying for.— j IsOW, come-on ; you shall hear some thing about me, and I will show you any leceipts.' He took his new ...

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

"Wagin, For Arrhur River, (Wednesday's), at noon For Eastwood (Oronin's) 8 a.rp. Monday's For Westward (Morin Lake), 8 a.m J ursday's For Berth. 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, Tlinrsday, Friday and Saturday's, at 1*20 p.m.; Tues day's, 6 p.m

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

Broome Hill. for Eojonup, Wednesday 12*30 p.m : " for Sajfc fiver, every other Friday, 9 a.m For Perth and intermediate places, daily, 11*30 a.m., excepting Wednesday's (6 p.m.) ^^Ibapy. and intermediate places daily, 4 t'fjjal,excepting Tiiesday's (6 p.m.)

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Rates of Postages. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

Kates of Postages. Letters.-—If delivered at any Post-Office for delivery within the postal delivery limit of such office, for every ioz., or fraction (up " to 51bs, la. Beyond such limits, for every ioz. or or fraction of ioz., up to 31bs, (dimen sions not to exceed the maximum allowed for packets), 2d Post Cards.—If posted at any post-office for delivery within the postal delivery of such office, id.; faevond such limits Id Packets.—For every 2ozs or fraction of 2ozs, up to 4Ibs Id Newspapers.—Printed and posted in the C-olony for delivery beyond the boundaries of the City or Town at which they may be pub lished, and posted within one week from date of .publication not exceeding lOozs, free. For overv additional lOozs or fraction of lOozs (each) |d. For each newspaper posted 7 .. «Uys 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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Narrogin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

Narrogin. For Clarke's (eastward) Wednesday 10.30 a.m. For Williams Wednesdays and Saturdays, 1 p.mi ^ .. For Albany and intermediate stations, daily afc-11.30 , v : i -V »-:.!• f or Perth and Intermediate stations, daily at.3.30?p4n ' \

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CRICKET. London, May 30. FIRST TEST MATCH. FINE STAND BY TYLDSLEY. ENGLAND—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

CRICKET London, May 30. FlBST TEST MATCH. FINEi-STA2fD|:Br TYLOSLE^ ENGLAND—First Innings. McLaren, run out,... 9 Fry, c Kelly. h Jories> t 0 Raojisingbi, b iArmstrong . 13 Jackson, b Jones • ... ... 53 Tyldesley, Ibw, b Howell ... 138 Liiley, c Jones, b Noble ... . %•: Hirst, c Armstrong, b Trutu ; per ... ... . ... 48 Jessop,eHopkin,b Trnmper » 6 Braund, b Jones ... V ... 14 Lockwood, not out... ... 4L Rhodes, not out ... . 24 Sundries. ... 3 Total for nine wickets ... '351

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LAND SETTLEMENT. Kalgoorlie, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

LflNO SETTLEMENT. Kal|joor3 ie^Friday. Good- results have > followed Dr Jaineson's Visit to the Fields, the in formationavai jabie as with reference to; the very liberal terms offered to selectors has been eagerly sought after by miners who attend the lectures and ; limelight exhibitions; and others, among whom the news has. spread, Mr. EL 8. ttanford iB still at Kal goorlie; giving definite>informat»bn as to where suitable lands for selection, can be obtained for the various: requirements of those who wish; to grow cereals,, ifrnit, and vegetables. Already one-hundred-ahd-one bona fide applicants have handed in. their names and addresses. ■ Severalparties offour * and five are sendingone.of their hum- ; ber to. select for the lot. Some selec tors have visited the Great Southern Railway Line; and have now returned to spread; the satisfactory intelligence 'among their mates. A large number are going down next week.. The ■ Minister for Lands chose a most opportune time - for thi...

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GO ON THE LAND. A LOOK THROUGH THE GREAT SOUTHERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

GO ON THE LAND. A LOOK THROUGH THE GREAT SOUTHERN DISTRICT. ' 1 Getting tired of the Goldfields with their j ubiquitous dust and sand and drought, and ! flies, I made up my mind to have a look 1 through the land of milk and honey, the ] Southern district of W.A. I booked through : to Katanning, the town where " Peace" ■ reigns supr-Mri-;: and after a few days spent in providing myself with maps of the farming districts, I began mv peregrinations. I soon decided that Katanning, though offering splendid chances to a man of fairly ample means, did not come up to the ideal I had in my mind's eye, of a place where a man could have a fair show of making a living with a small capital to start with. I then resolved to see what the new township of Wagin was like. On arrival at the railway station I met with the utmost courtesy and kindness from the station-master and other officials, who give me all the information in their power. On making inquiries I gleaned the intelli gence, that I would...

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

POSTAL NOTICES. Following are the times at which mails are despatched from the Post-Offices men tioned :— Katanning. Pcern (daily), Sunday excepted 12*15 p.m For Wagin, Narrogin, Cubballing, Pingelly and Beverley (noon) For Albany daily, Sunday excepted (3 p.m.), Brown Hill. Cranbrook, Mt. Barker, 3 p.m For Marracoonda, (weejkly), Ihursday's, 7 a.m For Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.m ..jlFor G-idgelbarrup (weekly) Friday's, 7 a.m Kojonup (weekly, Friday's, 1*30 p.m

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WAGIN LITERARY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

WASSN LITERARY SOCIETY, The third meeting of the Wagin Literary and Debating Society was held at the Mechanics Institute on Thursday evening last, Mr. Phillips occupying the chair. The programme consisted of a debate oil the " Advis ability of the State taking control of the liquor traffic." Mr Nenke was deputed to support, while Mr Doig opposed. , Mr Nenke's speech was most care fully prepared. He deplored the pre sent state of affairs in regard to the liquor traffic, aud said that he was of opinion that the permitted abuse of same was a terrible curse. He quoted, to show the influence of drink, for crime, the report of the Commissioner of Police for South Australia, which attributed to this cause a very large percentage of convictions. He did not favour a referendum being takeu with regard to the control by the. State of the liquor traffic, as be be lieved a large majority would Vote against it. He briefly dited the "ad vantages arising from the control of the liquor traffic in Ru...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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TELEGRAMS. PERTH. Perth, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

TELEGRAMS. PERTH. Perth, Friday. No farther eases plague reported at Fremaiitle. Mr. Nanson will speak: at various G-oldfields ceutres before meeting of Parliament. . The Sunday Times has completed arrangements f^r establishment of a new evening paper. A new social women's paper, The Kodak, appears on Thursday. Lloyd and* Neil I have taken over the- Daily News, and will appear shortly under new conduct. Matthew Larkin, well remembered in connection with the Melbourne financial panic was seen in Perth to day. Mr. Nanson's policy in main has been approved bj the Labour Party, and agreed, best deliverance yet. made in Perth. Mr. Brockman has been appointed' Inspector of the Agricultural Bank ; Mr. Petersen retains the position of manager Startling disclosures are promised iu the interim report of the Coolgardie Water Commission. -

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

SPORTING. Football. The football season for this district opened on Saturday last, when a team from Katan ning visited Marracoonda. The home team was represented by W. Mebarry (captain), H. Quartermaine, B. Quartermaine, T. Mebarry, S. Meharry, Traendel, Severin, Miller, Manuel, Gilchrist, Andrews, A. Meharry, G. Meharry, S. Quartermaine, Prosser, Ferora, and Wilson ; and those representing Katan ning were—C. Stewart (captain), J. McLeod, Stewart, A. Riehter, 1). McLeod, Stevens, Barber, Old, Baker, Folland, Beggand Trott. Neither teams had their full complement of men, Katanning having thirteen and Marra coonda seventeen. The vifiitors.'liandicap proved too much for them, although tlie play was not nearly so one-sided as the, scores indi cate. The final scores were Marraeoonda 5 goals 13 behinds 43 points, to Eatanning 4 behinds—4 points. For the winners H. Quartermaine played a sterling game, well Assisted by Manuel, X. and S. Meharry and Haendel, and for the losers 0. Stewart, J....

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

THE BEST REMEDY EOR DIAR RHOEA. " Some years ago while at Martinsburg, "W. Va., I was taken with cholera morbus, which was followed by diarrhoea. The doctor's medicine did me no good. I was adrised to get a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy, which I did, and it cured me sound and well.—Or. A. Moebis, Embreeville, Pa., U.S.A- ■ This remedy is for sale by E. and C. Piesse, Eatanning and Wagin.

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WILLIAMS HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

WILLIAMS HOSPITAL. TO- THE EDilOB. Sir,— Ydin- issue of the 24tb fust, contains some remarks about the Wil liams Hospital. If reports are half true you will confer a favour upon a large community if your investiga tions lead to a better state of affairs in that direction. In my goings here and there 1 earae across a person who had been in that institution-''add got out alive. (Here let me state that as far as I can learn no blame is attach able to the doctor's skill, therefore this no reflection upon him). In the course of conversation with'this per son about "behind, the scenes," I learned some things that would shock your readers in no small degree. Of course one must not listen to every tale that is told, but there was no reason for false statements to be made. The tales' werl told quite voluntarily, and, I believe, truthfully, and I have learned since that others have heard from other sources -similar stories. Now, a strict „ inquiry is necessary to set peoples minds at rest. If...

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NARROGIN NOTES. May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 May 1902

NARROGIN NOTES. (from our own CORRESPONDENT.) May 27. Accident to Dr. Konghan, R.M.—Dr. Roughan, R.M., the popular district medico, met with a serious accident at the Williams last week, which resulted in his being unable , to attend at Narrogiu as usual on Saturday : last. While driving through the Williams j towusbip, his horse took fright on uearing ! the bridge, and shying suddenly, threw the Doctor and another occupant of-Die vehicle out. Both luckily escaped , any -serious in-; juries, but tbe Doctor, who pluckily stuck to the reins until he brought the animal to a standstill, received some nasty bruises and a very severe shaking. The horse and sulky were uninjured. ,

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 June 1902

CHAPTER II. ' V; - Tt seeme tjifcen for granted that, i tofhe'best .authorities, and |f '.fbe^fcaiib uf fthe hopes,- the fears, the ^isajjpoihtuiejits; ■ who..'may; y -• fgtefr^ibai-rihd. *Ehoge who have been -Redded ■ f§|jij| is%< £--V'->V-' fecfor a" few years1 after hrs v\ ife to start with the declaration that he was more happy with her than he expected to be. The love was wholly on the girl's, side. Rodbury had not fur a long time the least idea of the love which glowed, and flamed too, in her heart. But he saw it at last, and, as a man would see, not as a woman, came, gradually and logically to know and understand, that so long as he kept her love, and she knew or thought she had his, no pain, no sacrifice, would be too gri at for her to suffer or make in his behalf. After realising this, he seemed to know, even better than before, that she had never had his love. Her earnestness and inten sity almost frightened him ; and often, when he was away from her, he woul...

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STORYTELLER. AN ALTERED PURPOSE. CHAPTER 1.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 June 1902

STORYTELLER. AN ALTERED PURPOSE, Chjlpteb 1.—Continued. He was a little surprised on return- j ing home one evening, after a long day spent in the purchase of goods i and so forth, to find Rodbury at his i house before him. This was only remarkable from the latter having said .j nothing of such ,*n intention. Mr. j - Sp .rle was still further surprised by his partner rising, coming towards | him as he entered the room, and then shaking hiin -heartjiy by the hand. He opened his lips to ask the meaning of this; but a rush of mingled feel ings and 'recollections—vague the moment before, but grown suddenly to conviction.—stayed him. Then, ere he could recover himself, Kodbury exclaimed : 4 Let us have no secrecy iu such a matter, Sparle! Your sister has promised to marry me, and I give the'notice at the regis-" trur's to-morrow.' ' Yesj it -is. true, Jack,', said his sister, in answer to his inquiring look. 'I know I offended you about Sta keriy ; 1 hope I please you now f" ' Well, I wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 June 1902

iqgwiphic- material, 'ij misery and sick-room the lowest possible Jmo^sl as we «;tc,direct English, American and Gontineiital buyers in wholesale quanti ties; All orders of 10s; or over sent carriage paid. Campbell-Cochrane and Co., chemists, Albany. * .. Notices NOTICE. To the-Residents of Katanning and Sur rounding Districts. YIXQ jyurchased ike Hair&ress iag, . Tobacconist, and ews [ Agency business lately conducted tor i A.. JE.'Dewsir in.l Oo , mClive Street, Sti- J | tanning, E respectfully solicit, a continuance { 1 of t he patronage so liberally bestowedupon ; the old firm. Yours faithfully, jno. Mcdonald. E. R. BECK HAS OPENED BUSINESS in CAREW STREET ^opposite Recreation iQroand},aa GENERAL STOREKEEPER, tod by strict'att^nfidn. to",3^in«» tod Loo: Prices, respectfully BoKeita the patronage of 'the people of K&tanning tod Districts. LOST.—Black Mm«; ■' with . Foal at. foot. Branded L'.V. neat shoulder. Peward. ■: H. LEAHY, - ' - , Jvatanning. ■ Isr AREOG1N B...

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NARROGIN NOTES. June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 June 1902

NARROGiN NOTES. O.B0X OUK COEEESPOStJBJfT.) June 4. ..Messrs. Clayton and Rinioul Bros., of -Rosedale Estate, Narrogin, becom> ing. discouraged- by the lack of sup port accorded to tfie'm in their enter-' pri.se of purchasing high class draught! stock" (aiul consequently improving the ; local class of farm. Horses) have sold i the well-known Show-ring champion "Hero's Lad, to go back to Victoria on, ] From which place he'wus originally ex ported as a two-year-old. The pur chaser, Mri Richard Bqdie, of Victoria, bred the horse,-and had the pleasure of winning with him wherever he was shown as a two-je&r-old. Siuee the horae has been the property of Messrs Clayton and Kintoul-Bros., hie has had aa unbeaten career in the Show rings, au&is considered to be absolutely; the finest specimen of a draught stallion jn \Vestcrn Australia. No greater ! 'tribute to his superiority can be ob- i taiited than the fact -that his breeder, ! who ; is /himself one of the ackiiow-1 .l...

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