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Rates of Postages. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 June 1902

Rates of Postages. T,rrTmfi.—If delivered at. nnv Post-Offiee for delivery within the postaldelivery limit of such office, for- every toz., or fraction (wp to Ribs, Id. . Beyond, such jjmits. for every iox. or or'Frnrtion ©f'fozv'w'p to 33t>s. )dimen tion? not to exceed the maximum allowed for packets), 2d Post rlf pogted;js{t xnr post-office for delivery williin ifie postal delivery of such office, ^d.-. bevond such limits Id Packets.—For every 2ozs -or fraction 'of 2&zb. wp to 4-lbs Id Newstapkks.—Printed and posted in the Colony for delivery heyond.the boundaries of the City or Town at wfiie.Ti they may bepnb fisbed, and posted within one weefe from date of publication not exceeding 10i>7,s. free. For merf Additional I0o2?>~"*or fraction" of lOozs (each) fd. For each newspsppr posted ? days after publication, not exceeding lOnzs. . hfl. For every addti ional lOozs or .fraction of JOozs, Id. Newspapers must be posted one hour before, the closing : of the inail by ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FAREWEL TO MR LANGLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 June 1902

FAREWfL TO MR LAN6LET, Ob Wednesday evening last at the -Public' H<B Mr Langlev m« the recipient of ppre-i «ent In the shftpe of a suitably inscribed gold, w&tch, «s a mark of the esteem it} wKchhe . a>r«s held "by the people of the townanddis' tricf. Mr. ft.'Hughes (local.Styte School t«aeher}oceupied the chair, and thsrewass very representative gathemigof ladies and ; genfctemenpreeentte do honorto the occasion,' included among wjuoh was Mr. W.JMMey, Mr. ^Hnghes Baid they had met there fpr s 1h»p&&ioee of saving farewell toMr. Lang Jey|<v«ee*plained thafca <»mmttfceehadbeen formfcd with the object of providing® suit-, able sen d "off " to |fr. Xtn^r in recogni tion of his past services: Personally herepre scnten the local cricket clnb, and attended to express the feelings of regret of the whole members of that club at the departure oF $noh a genuine sport. Mr. Langlevwaaatlthnfc could we wished for as a eitfeen. He had ta...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
KATANNING LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 June 1902

KATANNTNG LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. A meeting of the above society w;i.s held on Tuesday evening last in the PuWie Hall, the President (Mr. R. G. Hughes) presided o/er a very good attendance. After the routine business was disposed of, Rev, A. K.: Ross gave an interesting Paper on The advantages and disadvantages of Town and Country Life."' He referred to trie beauties and picturesqtieuess that is met with in some parts of the country, and how it charms and delights all- those who admire the effect of' those natural advantages. He contrasted fche-sweet unadtdterafced air, in the: country, to- the- -8mi»Wf and tainted' ,air of' the- city; hut thought that, for a young rnaa who had taken a serious riew> -of' lifejUhe; city life had very „ man v special ad* vantages for Him. Xb die mutter of education there , were first-clasB schools, colleges and other splendid institutions, including evening classes whereby the aspirant individuals could obtain a training to equip them for \ ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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BROOMEHILL. June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 June 1902

June i On Saturdayevetting last, in th» Mechaaics' Institute Hsli, * rely pleasant social was lieii Tlwocgt aion being to do honor to Hb, Brock man on His recent appointment Iks * Hull Was filled witV j^ in fact , al r&osfc crowded. Theiadtes of athe district provided refreshments,, Boundr ncted asM.C.;«htle Hist: ^ Norrisn, Miss Cnlhaoe, end Jjhi^ .. Htirophreysbfficiated intttras at the., piano Songs were rendered bjr Mipsea* i E. and H.MeBonald. During 'lie- ls evening Mr.Jones read the following: . address * . ..; i Mij* 190t. , Mr. Harold Broekman, .., -Bear Sir,—Wethe resident# of BroomeS®;. ■ and districts, wish to congratulate yott <n . yoar sppointme^snd promotion to ahighef office in the Agricultural Bant department, C and to express oar appreciation of the *»rrie*» /' renderedto ourdist«et» during your term ia ■ the position of Lands Inspector, in which /' office your'fair and impartial treatment to a!2 ( have gained for yon tharespect and etteem ^ of t...

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

TO THE PUBLIC. i Allow me io say a few words in praise of .Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I have had a very fceyere rough and cold and feared I □ eumonia, but after taking the of this medicine ! felt belter, of it cured my cold ^and the Good toe the Little Ones,—Mrs. 11. Cowden, of Albany, says: —I have been using your Curacough for the children, as they are subject to coughs, and catch cold very easily, as indeed all children-do in Albany. I hare found Curacough the best preparation for such ailments, effecting a cure in every case. It is not alone good for children, as 1 have used it for a chronic cough—with splendid results—from which 1 have suffered for vears. Proprietors, Campbell-Cochrane and to., chemists, Albany. Local agent, C. A. Harris, Katanning.—Advt. The Dairy Farm, Katamiing. C. A. HARRIS. Fbesh Milk Delivered Twice DaLuY. Live Stock and Farm Produce Bought and Sold. Enquiries Solicited. Wager, Carriage, and Implement Works, KATANNING. A. W. filCHTER, l9 PROPRfETO'i. BLA...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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THE BEST REMEDY FOR DIARRHOEA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 June 1902

thbbkst bemedy fo» DIAR RHOEA. " Bdme years ago «b3e at Martuisbor?, W. Ti.,1 was t&fcen witV^dwlem morbus, wbich twa* followed by diarrhoea.J "TSe,. doctor's medicine did me no good. i swaaf *d-n*ed to get; a bottle of Claml^dus^ CoKc, Cholera, and Djarrboea Remedy, which .1 did, and it cored mesound aid well.-^(£, A. Mo&Rrs, Kaibreerille, Pa.ytrB.A-' ■'■'ibis* remedy, w for sale by F. and O; Pum; Kataaniag and Wagin. , . - , ?'. , Ci» toit af»obi> rt> bc witroo* jt.~ Mr. B. Sharpe, of Albany, was suffering from a ircrer* cough, leftssa legacy aftoranattsick of influent*. He was induced to toy Cut*-, -cough, -and the first dose pare him instant relief, Proprietors, CampbeW-Cochr&ne mflf; Co., ehemirte, - Albany and fiaveiiBthorpe. Local agent, C. A. Harris,1 storekeeper, Ka tanning. * ■;. , : A Boo* to Motssbs.—If yon wi&your chilclfeu to bars beautiful hair and: clean, , ^bole-Borne beads you must use Bawy*s Jfwv ': tery Hair Lotion, whieh cle...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 June 1902

■THE BE8T REMEDY FOB DIAB " X . BBQE& J ; '. ; . , " Some .years agOfwhile jit AlaxtinBbnrg, W. Va., I was token with cholera morbus, 'which was followed by diarrhoea. The doctor's medicine did me ho 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.—GL A. Mobbis, EmbreeviHe,. Pa., TT.S.A- This xemedy is for sale by P. and C. Piesse, Katanning and Wagin. The Katanning Coffee Palace can not be surpassed1 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 ih the town. COOD 1'OH tub Little Ones.—Mrs. H. Cowden, of Albany, says—I hare been using your Curacough for. the children, as they are subject to coughs, and catch cold very easily, as indeed all children do in Albany. I have found Curacough the best preparation for such ailments, effecting a cure in every case. It is not alone good for children; as 1...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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PERTH REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 June 1902

PERTH REPORT. Chaff.—Prime samples, £4 5s to £4 12s. 6d.; good feed, £3 10s to £4. Wheat.—Track lots are worth 5s 5dper bushel; smaller lots, 5s 9d to €s. Oats.'—Algerians, 4a 3d to 4s 6d; New .Zealands, 4s 4d to 4s 6d; crashed, 3d extra. Pollard.—Very firm, £9 5s. to £910s. Bran.—£9 to £9 5s per ton. Also firm. Oil Cake1—Singapore, £8 10s .per ton; bag lots, 9s per cwt. Flour.—" Premier," 6ackB, £11 7a 6d.; quarters, £11 12s 6d. - . Potatoes.'—Imported, from £8 to £9. Local £8 10s to £9; seed £8 10s to £9. Onions.^-8s 6d to lis, according to quality. Fruit —Apples, dessert, local, 7s 6d to 15s per case; imported 8s 6d to 12s 6d ; cookers 7s 6d to 9s per case; pears, 7s 63 to 17s 6d; leiqonB,\8s :6d to 14s; oranges, 10s to 16s; tomatoes, 2s to 6s.; persimmons, 6s 6d to 12s. Vegetables.—Cabbage, from 3s to 6s; pumpkins, 5s to 6s 6d j parsnips, is to ,1s 3d; carrots, Is to Is 3d; rhubarb, l|d to 2d; french beans, Id to ljd. Ponltry.- Market easier. Table ' fowls, 4s 9d to 5s ; ordinar...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HERALD Office, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 June 1902

COMMERCIAL LOCAL MAREjE^t' Heraib Office, Maj 20. At Hatanning the prices to-day are' Wheat, 4s 9d per bushel '; oats, pnme, 3s ;' chaff, best green wheaten, £3 ; inferior, 25s to 40s per ton; flour, £10 ].5s per ton ; bran, £7 per ton; pollard, £7 15s per ton; eggs, Is 9d per doz; butter Is -lOd.

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VICTORIAN POLITICS. MINISTERIAL PROGRAMME ENDORSED. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 June 1902

VICTORIAN POLITICS. MINISTERIAL PROGRAMME ENDORSED. Mei/botjrite, Thursday. Proposals of Parliamentary reform placed before bis constituents by Mr Irvine have been favorably received, and as a consequence the National Citizens' Reform League has with drawn all opposition to the return of the new Ministers. It is probable now that most of the new Ministers will have a walk-over. Amongst members of Parliament, however, the proposals have not not been so favorably received. . The idea that 39 of them are to be relegated to private life is likely to cause, strong opposition when the proposals eome j before Parliament

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HEAVY GALES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 June 1902

HEAVY GALES. Incoming vessels report fierce gales and rough seas. The It. M.S. Arcadia from Melbourne was delayed some hours through stress of weather. The German liner Offenbach coming from Preman tie experienced strong gales, during which she lost an anchor.

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THE POLITICAL SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 June 1902

THE SITUATION. malting, 'get a h^d on: are dftd-Mfe %>Qo*t 'fu h - seme tiiae^; . '■ Z; ft */■£ j»V*_ "; \ + '*'- *' '«* • -<••1 V ^ 3ng ffloret tnaji. ordinary atteh^ojlio j the yai'ins* tffelecfcorates which itis ^sgneJclered possible to '' square," and ; membeiwr«fli» ■$%*> ehppbrtera ofthe i party in power- are bel&g. giren 'con- j was ^pteriously accoide^thera. f .In«lMWti> i6e Go*er^meVt>ifi of w%tcb it in tggg$n$ in the? middle of^^uly* Thiajs tkfT kind; of political generalfebip'Which plight ha*je wen., expected ofsuch : -men -.astljpse fc ®eg^irat(G»bine.t,, £i|en whpho^j?t af anjgft^lp of faith,' <£?id who, justifying ii4flt4enetf.bjt.the^ others*m tbeir.pwn bushels, are -con vinced Mb price." But ifcisitot the generalship of patri otic, nit to sayTicrtiesfc"then, tfitlfir* siaPf%t tehahts -ol permitbedgvto^ be made stronger, the ■^ore/nmjent fi| nixing positions for Oppositionists,"■ and so. buying off their iabfegonifiih inside a...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. TARCOOLA CRUSHING. ACELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 June 1902

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. TARCOOLA CRUSHING. Acelatde, Friday. The Tarcoola Blocks Company has crushed 300- tons for l,057ozfe. An ! average of 2oz 18dwt per ton.

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Williams. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 June 1902

Williams. For arradong and Darlcrking, Tljurs . days at 7.30 a.m.

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FARMERS' ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 June 1902

A f ' ? . FARMERS' ALLIANCE. At NortKaralrecently a m|eting, con vened by^MT"T). L. Bernaip. wan held , to ednsidSf ihe desirablenlss of form ing a Farmers' Alliance. Some weeks ago jye suggested the wisd<|nrof form- • ing a Farahers' CV operative* A ssocia i "twin, and it may be that Mr Bernard's i&ea was awakened by ouijiauggestion. i But. there is a Very wide difference bet«Wh\aa->Assoe iation |>uuh as the H khAl,» propo8ed, and an|AlliaRee on the lines Tald down by ih# gentleman with a name which soundb not unlike that.of any ordinary Israelitish, com pany-monger. He said he bad thought out a schetrte which ' . 1 %. wou'd Be ben^^4 to the agricultural com munity. £ Well, perhap^ it would Butif iP#2>uld not be afboon to Mr Bernard we are willing- go take the pledge tojgat nothing But hay for a month. - Dfull the bare-faced, bald headed, wilB-cat schemes Iyer attemp-. ted to be*#prung upon pie guileless] innocent of this Stat# -'it is: the , wildest. pT...

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SHOCKING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 June 1902

SHOCKING ACCIDENT. A shocking accident happened to a man named K. N. Callaghaii yester day. Callaghan was laying under-, ground electric wires at Prahran, when he slipped and fell, and his foot came into contact with a live wire. In trying to save himself he caught hold ot another.wire. He was badly burned, the toes of his right foot being burned completely off. He also sustained other serious injuries, and is suffering from shock. His re covery is considered extremely doubt ful.

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LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 June 1902

HOCAI, COURTS. T)r TU.-icfe. "R."MV, attends the undermentioned place? on f lie day? specified, for the purpose of conducting Local Courts :— Kstanninp, third Wednesday each month ^ * arrogin. second Friday each mouth Wngin. third priday each month Kojjonup. last' Wednesday each month Mr T. ¥. Stansbiiry, Clerfc of Courts at ILafanning, -visits Kojonup every third Wed nesday

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 June 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Mails for the Eastern States close i at the iocs! Posfc'Office on Thursday next, at 12.15 p.m., for transmission by the JR. M.S. Cuzco. Telegrams.—On and after June 30th charges on all telegrams will be prepaid by postage stamps. The public must affix the stamps, and the office receiving the telegram must cancel the stamps ; in the presence of the person handing the'message in. Agercirmural Societt.—At a re cent meeting of members of the Great Southern Agricultural Society it was decided to hold the annual show in October, the exact date being left undecided until the next meeting of the committee. .Lodge Aanivebsabt.—d3n Wed nesday evening last, at the Public. 3Jhll, Katanning, a ball was held to celebrate the anniversary of the M.U.I.O.O.F. About fifty couple were present, including representa tives from other district lodges. The mu&ic (piano) was supplied by Mrs. Cranbrook, who is deserving of praise -for the capable manner in which the music was ...

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VICTORIA. SUICIDE. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 June 1902

VICTORIA. SUICIDE. Melbourne, Friday. John r,intim. greengrocer, of Mal vern road, -was yesterday found hang ing from a beam in a wool shed near his premise*. He had been depressed, ard threatened to commit suicide several times.

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WEST ARTHUR ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 June 1902

WEST ARTHUR ROADS BOARD. The usual monthly meeting of the above Board was ,held on the 31st ult. Present—Messrs Win. Fleay (Chairman), H. Gibbs, Thos. Fisher, Thos. Thompson, H. W. Fleay, and A. J. Horley. COBB BSPON 1>EN CB. Prom the Under {Secretary for Pub lic "Works, asking the Board to call ti public meeting at the Arthur Agri cultural Hall, re removal of meeting place. It was decided to hold the meeting on the 26th inst, at which ballot will be taken. 2B1TOEBB. The tender of Chinnery BroB. was accepted for repairing culverts and dish drains for the sum of £13. Also to build new culvert for the sum of £4, and also forming at 6s per chain. It was resolved to call for tenders for the following works:—-About 75 chains of gravelling on Woodiarrup road; erection two culverts Hatue road; ten chains crowning, with gravel, Perth-Albany road; also for repairs to culvert hear 120^-mile post. The various contractors' accounts were passed for payment and the meeting closed.

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