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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 June 1902
Wagin. For Arrliur River, (Wednesday's). at noon For Eastwood (Crouin's)-8 ».n». Monday's For Westward (Norm Lake), 8 a-111 1' ursday's For Perth, and intermediate places, Mon ay's, Tuesday's, Thursday's, Friday's, Satur day's. 2 p.m.; Wednesday's, d p.ni For Albany, Katannrnfr, Broome Hill, Alt Barker, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat nrdav's, at 1*20 p-in.; Tues day's, 6 p.m
POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 June 1902
POSTAL NOTICES. Following are flie times at which mails i are despatched from the Post-Offices men- I tioned ;— i Katanning. . ] Pti'rn (daily), Sunday excepted 12*15 p.m. | Fur \Vu>jin, jS'arrogin, Cubballing, Pingelly and Feverle^ (noon) Fur Albany daily, Sunday excepted 13 p.m.), Brown 11 ill. Cranbrook, Alt. Barker, 3 p.m For Man-acoonda, (weekly), rl huwday's, 7 a. in Fur Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.m For G-idgelbarrup (weekly) Friday's, 7 a. ui Knjonnp (weekly, Friday's, 1*30 p.m
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 June 1902
JUMPED ON A TEN-PENNY NATL. TJi'' little daughter of 'Mr J. N. Powell jiimyie 1 on an inverted rake made of tan pennv nails, and thrust one nail entirely t-l rmich her foot, >and a second one half way tl rough. Chamberlain's Pain Balm was promptly applied and fire minutes later the pain had disappeared and no more suffering was experienced. In three days the® child was weiring her shoe as usnal and with akso'ntrlv ne discomfort. Mr Powell ia a well-known merchant of Forkland, Va., U.S.A. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and hrals >u;1i injuries without- maturation and ir one-third the time required by the usual treatment. Fot sale by F. & CL PiesBe, 3\i>tan»ijn3 and Wagin. "jt you want an excellent meal at moderate rates try Lebad's Coffee Jfc has iio equal in the Great Southern Districts. * Lost.—Black Msre, with Foal at foot. Branded L.Y. near shoulder. Peward. H. LEAHY, Katanning, NOTICE. AN ELECTION will take place at ia the Wedgecarrup Agricultural Hall, on Bat urday...
Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 June 1902
Wagin. For Arrbur River, (Wednesday's), at noon For Eastwood (Croijin's) 8 a.m. Monday's For Westward (Norm Late;, 8 a.m X ursda\'s Tor Perth, and in'ermediaie places, Mon av's, iiesday's, Thursday's. Friday's, Satur day's. 2 p.m.; Wednesday's, 6 p.ni Tor. Albany. Katanni-fj, liioonie Hill, Mt Barter, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fi'ida' ;jt i) anil-day's, at 1*20 p.m.; 1 ues day's, &lt;i p.m
LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 September 1902
XOCAZ. COUBTS. x. Mr. J. A. Wright, Acting R.M., attends, the undermentioned places on t he d&yespeci fied, for tbepurpos of conducting Local Courts r— &lt; Katanning, third Wednesdayeach month Karrogin, second Friday each month ' :■:■■■ Wagin, third Friday each month Xojonnp, last Wednesday eachmonth & Mr; T. H. Stanbniy Clerk Of Courts at y*-&lt; Katanning, risits Kojonnp last Wednesday In ~ ;"'l eaeh month. ■ * f T~,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 September 1902
■ A Book to. If you children to have beautiful hairand clef wholesome heads you - mustv'4in'~Sttci^s^m^^$ I. • destroy bell-Cochrane sand £o., chemists, Albany. Local Agents, C. A. Harris, Btoieimqpiu^ T«. tanning.* ~ ^ v :' . . - Printed andpubliahed for the - - Akthue John" Clive Street, Xatannu^-ihiS^^Bt^S
KATANNING ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 September 1902
KATANNiNG ROADS BOARD. The ordinary monthly meeting of > the above Board was held at the Public Hall, |£afcanuing, oh Saturday, August 16, wjhen there were present: ['Messrs. A. Piesse ^chairman), M Cronin, P. Cunneen, T. Garstone, A. ; Prosser, J. McDonald, E. ft. Bell, the Supervisor (Wr Pemble), and Secre tary (A. J. Lindsay). The minutes of previous meeting were read and eonfifhifedi ; . COkttESrONliEWCE. From Mr'. Colquhoun, enclosing a diagram arid litho showing road ap plied for. As this matter was already receiving the Boards a^ntidn^ itwas;; resolved, on the motiopapf-d^essrs: Gars tone and Pross$f^t&lt;T^ further "consideiatiny,pendinii: receipt of reply from the Lands Department to tne Board' a Jasfcinrquiry. * ; Mr H. S. Ranford,.- Government Land Agent; wrote requesting'to know whether the Board approved'Jif the; survey of the recreation ground that was recently marked at Carrol up. The I7nder-.S^cret:try for. Lands £who had already written twice on the sub j...
G.S. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY ANNUAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 September 1902
G.S. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY ANNUAL SHOW. ' A.s the time once more approaches when Kutanning will be en jeta with its annual Show, the member* of the various committees appointed to carry ; out the project are to be found full of " bustle and worry." If tLe work put in up to date is to be accepted as a criterion, then the success of the Show is assured. It haB been found neces sary to make improvements on the ground to cope with the anticipated increase in the number of exhibits, and in order to carry these out application has been made to the Minister for Lands by the Society for the inclusion of a large reserve adjoining the Show Ground on its eastern side. With the addition noted Katanning should boast of one of the finest grounds iu the State, its position from a. holiday making point of view easily placing it -first as a family rendezvous. As will be seen from the schedule, the usual liberality has been bestowed upon it. In several instances the prizes have been increased, and in ...
WOODANILLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 September 1902
-O. ■ &®ost ofb .cOKfi csro3ri»EMr.) 21^. A. Keirle, who some fire ra^nf'is ago took a trip tu the rhtlierLmd/ jb once more amoi.gst-'nss 3hi>krag bale and -hearty after hn trip. A meeting of persona interest eJ in ihv -.formation &lt;>1" the WoodamHror Jloads Board Vas wield nv the Public Sail on "^Saturday evening last. Tr was decided to appoint a* delegation. consisting of Hon® 4?. A; Piease and W. Maley, Ms L.C., and Mr. A. Tteirle, Itr^wait upon the Min'ster for Lands, to fuVfcher the pro-.msal to establish a Board in Wot-ditsiliins:. It wa? further ^ieeidedi to a»V thv Hon. P. II. Pfe§se; fL^&r, To\Snttv, duce the deputation^ -v ' - . - Advice %as been* jre^ived/rom our - member (Hon. P. fl, Piess'e) that lit haslhfjeen decided to ^fiena posfc-d£L &lt;*'. here,"at which the1 ii- ua3 hanking ami' money order business iniy be trans- ; acted. Mrs. E. .Stevens has received the appointment of postmistress.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 September 1902
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TertiBementaapp^rangintfaiBiaBue gatanning. F.&C. PiKB8K,GeneraI Merchants '. Cass Brbe.,.I>ifeper. " Wm J KooBKS^General Storekeeper; E. E. Bekcx, General Storekeeper, ' : f Pi BEKCK.'Saddler■ Wm. Bakbb^ Butcher «T. and J. Squibbs, General Blaefemifclis,, Wheelwrights, efce. M Lkbab, CofeePdacfr i. W. EiCBTBS.GeneralBIaciemitli and Coachbuilder V .i Gk. McLbod, Eatanning Hotel ; ■'.■& McVonazv, HiurdreS8err StaUoner,cte. J Boixd, Snnteref, eto V H. BowKBB,Bakerand Confectioner. '
TENNIS CLUB CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 September 1902
tennis miss cOng£rt, ? v The concert and dance in aid of the ifdnds of the Lawn Tenn^ Club even tuatedatfche Public Hall On the £Gth» ultimo, before a . packed' house; The whole function proved one of the most enjoyable that has yet been wit nessed here. The,-rendering of the] various items on the programme showed been attention to practice, a very CoiUmendable adjunct in the sue-: cess of, concerts. Every item, waB well received, and though encores, &lt;were in; .some instances unrecorded, we ascribe it to the modesty of the performers. The club netted some thing like £16 by its effort. Much credit for the success |s dim to the effbits of -the hon. secretary (Mr L; 3Joth)y who was ably assisted by his committee. The programme opened with a. pianoforte duefcf.by liiesdames Crambrook and King, entitled " Hpr sarenritt." The Rev ~n J. A. HoWs submitted to a recall ;for his " Lads, in navy blixe," and repeated • the:] chorus. Mr Phillips rendered;" Tbfe ner ■■ by MiBs Bajiey an...
Money Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 September 1902
Money Orders. Imm—Not exceeding £5, 6d.; above- • £5, a.ud not exceeding £10,1«.j above£10,. iand not exceeding £15, Is. 6d.; above £15,-&lt; and not exceeding £20, fe ' Iktkrstatb.—Above £1 and net exceeding ■ £2,9d.j sibove £2 and not (exceeding £5, Is^ :• 6d.; above £5 and not exceeding £7, 2s. 3d.j above £7 end not exceeding £10, 3s.;, above £10 and not exceeding £12.' 3s» 9d^ nbo ve". £12 and net exceeding £15; 4s. tSJij above ; £15 and not exceeding £17, 5s; 3x1,; abov» - £17 and not exceeding £20,6s
KATANNING LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 September 1902
KATANNING LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. : Tbe usual- fortnightly meeting was held on Wednesday, 27th August, in the Public tiail; the ftev. A. K. Ross presiding. The attendance was large,, and in cluded many ladies, who by the way appear to evince more literary tastes in Katanning than is uoticeoble among the sterner sex. More than ordinary interest was manifested in the pro ceedings, the occasion being a debate between Katanning and Wagin socie ties, three aside, resulting in Wagin winning bv one point. The subject for discussion was " White Australia." It may be mentioned that the decision | of tbe judge had nothing to do with the merits or demerits of the subject. Wagin accepted to argue on the nega tive side. Three representatives were selected from each ' society, Messrs. King, Roth,and Johnston representing Katanning, and MeSsrs. Wilchert, Nenkeand Bntterfield, Wagin. The debate was conducted in an agreeable and decorous manner. J. Lady man, of Carrolup, performed the duties ...