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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 27 September 1902

JUMPSD M A TEN-PENJiY SAIL. £ The little daughter of Mr Ji. X Patdl; -^arapedv.OB''-itn^ii)imte^:-n1w^iindeshf"4hBttv>i pennynsils;. «bd3fclira*t onensS^smtirBfyv thHM^iherfoot.and aiseeond.onejbalf 4w»jr promptly applied andfire mfamtes' later the pain hod dwappearedaqd no more suffering was experienced. In .three days the fhiw . was wearing tier shoe as usual ^And with ' absolutely'iie discomforts well-known merchant^ of FojrWand, V«^ U.S.A. Fain Balm Is An antiseptic wid ■ heuls such,injuries witbout maturaiion and in one-third the time required pjr ihjMuiial i treatment. for sale Inr'FiA ID. Tiesse. Kntunnin3 and Wagiu. ? " * v' If -you wast an excellent meal at moderate rates try liebad's Cdffee Palace. It hns tto eqaa! in the Great Southern Distfie-ts. * Tttk K&ianning Coffee JRiiJppe can not he wurpasaed for meals and beds.: The best of attention. * . ' n-i-1 • . '•• •. - . • m'■' V^: ■-it:«!g.}x>-z?q$ s. ■ . 'X- ' . - ■ . " V 3SI:p* . - ' ^ ■ • AUCTION. W&a...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FLOWER SHOW AND FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 27 September 1902

The annual ffbwer show and fair of Andrew's Anglican Church oven tuafcedjirader most auspicious circum stances, at £he local Public Hall, on Thursday "last. The hall ma taste* i fully decorated for the occasion. and | if a bright and cheeriDg aapee^M iui: omen -of success, then it was-fully: assured. Too much, cannot be said in praise of the efforts put forth by the ladies who formed the committee to carry out the function, but as there must always be some whoBhow more conspicuously than others, we must specially mention the names of Mes dames A; E. Piesse and E. A. Pemble. These ladies were most Msiduousia ceBB, and, game pi jnngjjpp^^sbSi0% Bi ... J;he assistance of Mr Cousins (auc tioneer to Messrs, F. and C. Piesse): was invoked to dispose of the re maining articles. Animated bidding characterised the proceedings, which terminated atjibout 11 o/clock. Fol lowing is a list of stalls and assist I ants-thereat:— • , < i . Fancy Goods : Mesdames" A. S. j Piesse, "Pemble, ...

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MARRACOONDA SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 4 October 1902

MARRACOONDA SCHOOL PICNIC. The annual picnic in connection with the Marracoonda School was held on the ground on Friday. 19th ult. There was a good attendance despite the threatening weather during the early part of the morning. Refresh ments provided by the residents were laid on tables erected under a marquee These were decorated with flowers and looked very pleasing, reflecting; great credit on the ladies of the dis trict. At night a dance was held in the school, and, although space was limited, everybody seemed to enjoy themselves thoroughly. During the evening songs, were rendered by , -—-Messrs Drake, Gilchrist, Sleater, Lowther, Haddleton, Quartermaine and others, and the music was sup plied by Messrs Severin, Sarre, Had dleton, and Baker. Mr C. Stewart made an efficient M.C. . Tha following programme of sports^ was carried out for the benefit of the children during the afternoon :— BoysMiace, over 13 years—G. Me harry, 1; M. Quartermaine, 2; C. Meharry, 3. Girls' Race, over ...

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KOJONUP NOTES. Kojonup October 2. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 4 October 1902

KOJQNUP NOTES. (FUOS1 OCK COKllBSPOKDEKT.) Kojonup October 2. Great indignation is felt here at the reported closing of the police station in Kojonup. The population is in creasing, and a great deal of land is being settled on, and what with the purchasing of several large estates the population will be doubled before long. There are two hotels in Kojo nup, and it is very necessary that there *h uld be some protcinn. Only duri! g this L.st month the police statiou has been renovated, and the place put in order, so it is to be , hoped that the Commissioner of Police will reconsider the matter with a view of leaving the constable in Kojonup. It must be remembered that the district is a large and scat tered one. and to leave the settlers to be visited by constable from Katau ning wouid be a very great injustice. The annual show, which is to |>e held 011 .November 6, promises to be a 'great success. The prize schedule, which is in the hands of the printer, will be issued probably nex...

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NIKOLA, THE WIZARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 4 October 1902

NIKOLA, THE WIZARD. It w ill be seen on reference to our advertising column*8 that Nikola, the Wizard, will present his unique enter tainment at. the Katanning Public Hall. on Friday next, October 10. Nikola is now touring Western Aus tralia en route to >Stuga ore, where he is booked to open on November 22 ■ next. His entertainment is the most up-to-date and bewildering ever sub mitted in Australia. His original illusion. "The Enchanter's Bride," is now drawing croweed bouses at the Egyptian Hall, London, and has never been previously pr. sen fed outside the metropolis All Nikola's illusions are new and original, and amongst the most startling results of modern magical art. In feats of pure sleight of hand Nikola is recognised by the Lo: don Press to be without a rival, his palming of such difficult materials as eggs, billiard balls and watches being simply incredible, and wben it is seen that his stage furniture is of the simplest kind the effect of his various tricks is astound...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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Williams. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 4 October 1902

Williams. For Marradong and Dajl«king, Thurs day* at 7.30 a.m.

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Woodanilling. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 4 October 1902

Woodanilliiig. Q. A. Wilson, G-eneral Blacksmith, etc. £. S. Bell, Woodanilling Hotel.

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WAGIN NOTES. WAGIN, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 4 October 1902

WAGIN NOTES. . 7 "W4-Giir, October 3. A mission is being conducted this week by Miss Harris, of Perth- under the auspices of the Baptist Church. Miss Harris is a clear, soncise.thinker, and an earnest speaker. The "meetings held this and last week have been well attended, and the interest appears to be increasing ; The Salvation Army held a lime light and' biographe demonstration in the Hall before a good > house, on Thursday, Sept. 25. -The display was certainly superior to most of its kind. The weather has set in .dry at last, the prolonged, spell of damp- weather will make the season considerably later than last year. ; "We understand Wagin has a Pro gress Association. Some one has sug gested to your correspondent that the name was rather evasive.- It seems strange since they do no harm. This year marks the 'extension of several local orchards. - Mr J. G. Taylor is adding five acres to the already flourishing placer known as Midton. The epidemic of influenza has passed over, a...

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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 4 October 1902

W&ffin* J. C. H. Nbnkb, Saddler C. L. Gblz, General Storekeeper ' J. Facey, Bootmaker F. & C. Piesse, General Storekeepers A. Doio, Butcher and Baker J. Spbatt, Wagin Hotel H. Seeagg, Federal Hotel

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FEEDING AND WATERING HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 4 October 1902

FEEDING AND WATERING HORSES. "Whip""is quoted in the -Agricul tural World'as follows ^While it is advisable at all timel to/e^rcise care and regularity in feeding-«orses that are used for either slbwbrfW work, it is essentially warm weather. The food should be of the best quality, and given -in limited quantities ; the quality of bulky food should be limited in all cases when the time is limited and the horses are expected to go to work or drive shortly after eating The morning's feed should be from four the six quarts of oats, according to the size of the animal and the nature of the work to be performed, and a small ration of hay. At noou the same ; in theeven ing, it is good practice to give hay first, then the grain ration, and after that more hay As he will haVealong period of idleness now, _ it is safe to allow him all the bulky food that he will eat, but in no case should he be given more than that. It is not only wasteful, but injurious to the animal to keep food before him ...

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 4 October 1902

Broome Hill. O. Dabcy, Coaclibuilder and General Blacksmith W. tf. GiBBiir, Imperial Hotel

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FARM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 4 October 1902

FARM NOTES, The use of sulphur as a check and remedy for " red spider" and all leaf eating mites, mildew, and all other external fungi upon trees and plants is well known to horticulturists, and was generally applied to the affected trees by the use of .sulphur bellows or dusted from a sack at the end of a pole. It remained for M!V George Ditzier, of the Rio Bouito orchard, Biggs, Butte county, to invent a machine that distributed the sulphur iu a wholesale manuex'. Mr Ditzler's machine is an ordinary grain-sower, witb several attachments of his . own invention. The machine is mounted upon a wagon drawn by two horses ami operated by gear from the wheels. Mr Ditzier claims that he can sul phur more trees in one hour than 100 men could in a day, and do it more thoroughly. The various parts of the machine are figured in Bulletin No. 67 of the State .Board of Horticulture. There is no patent on the device, so any one is at liberty to make it. „ Points i|i Pig-Breedi ig.-—Breeding an 1 f...

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 4 October 1902

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. The following business people hire ad vertisements appearing in tilts issue:— TafflMTiitlg F. A C. PntBSB, General Merchants Cmsb Bros,,' Draper. ' Wk J Bogebb, General Storekeeper E. &. Bbkcx, General Storekeeper. P A Bbeck, Saddler Wm. Bakkb, Butcher - J, and J. S^disbs, General Blacksmiths, ^Wheelwrights, etc.. M Lbrad, Coffee Palace A. W. Bichteb, General Blacksmith and Coachbuilder G. McLkod, Katanning Hotel 3, McDokub, Hairdresser, Stationer, etc. J Gould, Fruiterer, etc H. Bowkbb, Baker and Confectioner.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 4 October 1902

The Katanning Coffee Palace can not be surpassed for meals and beds. The best of attention. * K, I E L E CLUB A Meeting of Persons interested in the Formation of a BIFLE CLUB will be held at the Public Hall, on Saturday, Oct 18, at 8 p.m. A good attendance is requested, A, E. PIESSE, Convener.

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LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 4 October 1902

LOGAIi COUSTS. Mr. S. A. Wright, Acting B.M., attends the undermentioned places on the days speci fied, {or the pnrpos of conducting Load Courts s— K&Unning, third Wednesday each month Narrogin, second Friday each month "Wagin, third Friday each'month Kojonap, last Wednesday each month Mr. T. H. Stanbury, Clerk of Courts at Katanning, visits Kojonap last Wednesday in each month.

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KATANNING ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 4 October 1902

KATANNING ROADS BOARD. . The ordinary monthly meeting of the above Board was held at the Public Hall, Katanning, on Saturday, 2Qth ult., when there were present: Messrs. A. E. Piesse (chairman), M. Cronin, P. Cnnneen, T. Garstone, A. Prosser, J. McDonald, the Supervisor (W Pemble), and Secretary (A. J. Lindsay), Minutes of previous monthly meet ing read and confirmed. Supervisor's report read and re ceived. CORRESPONDENCE. Erom Government Stores Depart ment enclosing copy of speech de livered by the Prince of Wales at Guildhall recently. Fiom R. W. A Warren re By field road. Besolved, on the motion of Messrs Garstone and Cunneeu, that the supervisor arrange with the pre sent contractor to clear and gravel about 18 chains extra at Coblinine Creek at contract price. From the -Commissioner for Bail ways stating that the Board's request tor level crossings wculd receive at tention when the schedule of works for the current financial year was under consideration hroui the Surveyor-Genera...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 4 October 1902

E. H. SPENCER, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, AUSTRAL TERRACE, KATANNING. Repaira of all Descriptions neatly Executed at Perth Prices. Work may he left with Mr. C. SaUur, Bootmaker. QTRAYED INTO MY PADDOCK O & Cream-colored Horse, branded f K over e-i C near shoulder, and H C off shoulder. If not claimed within time allowed by law will be sold to defray expenses. P. CUNEEN, Daping. Katanning roads board 10380 01 At a meeting of the above Board, held at Katanning on the 20th day of September, it was resolved to take, for the purpose of opening a new line of communication, Byfield Road, Katanning, A.A., the north side of road passing along the north boundary of Kojonup Location 146, the road passing through said Location 146 (plan Katanning A A.) ARNOLD E. PIESSE, Chairman K.R.B. Katanning literary a*d DEBATING SOCIETY. A BALL will be held in the AGRI CULTURAL HALL, Katanning, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, Oct. 1. Mrs. Cogden, of Albany, has been; specially engaged to play the music. The Cater...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 4 October 1902

[Established 1880.] F. & C. P I E S S E GENERAL ' MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, AUSTRAL TERRACE, K1TANNING. SPRING & SUMMER, 1902-3 F. & C. PIE^SE are now showing a portion of their New Season's Goods, which areeren better than previous years. Further shipments are now due, and are expected daily per S.S. Perthsliire? Persic and Indrelema. These Goods we have bought in the Home Markets, and are coming direct to us. We promise you a great variety in all departments. The designs in Muslins. Cambrics, and Washing Prints, light and dark, are exceptionally choice. Every day we will be opening New Goods, many lines are so new and' novel that they are m ortky of a visit. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We wish to notify that we have secured the services of a First-class Milliner, and are now making ia speciality of this department. Ladies' and Children's Millinery iA Stock and to Order. Ladies, now is the time to order your Show Hat. You can with con fidence leave it with us, F. &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 4 October 1902

Trade notices. KATANINNG HOTEL G. UcLGOl), Junr.( Proprietor. Beat Brands of Wines and Spirits. First class Accommodation for Boarders. Federal Hotel, - - -WAGIN. HEHBEBT SPBAGGE, Propietor. None bnt the Beat Brands of Spirits, etc., Kept. Travellers can rely on getting the Best Meals at Reasonable Rates. Firat-claes Billiard Table. . First-class Meals Prepared for Passengers by all Trains WAGIN HOTEL, W A G I K. J. Spratt, proprietor. Good Accommodation for Travellers. FREE STABLING. IMPERIAL HOTEL. BROOME HILL. W M. Orarrity, PROPRIETOR. Choicest Brands of Wines and Spirits Kept in Stock. 4 First-class Accommodation for Travellers. WOODANILUNG HOTEL, \ Woodanilling. E. E. BELL, Fbofbistob. Choicest Brands of Wines and Spirits in Stock. First-class Accommodation for Travellers. Its quality is Renowned, and tr&Tellers and Residents along the Great Southern Railway call for no other. Tmpngfcant to Farmers and Others. AND M'DONALD, AUCTIONEERS. STOCK & STATION AGENTS A...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 4 October 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Mails. — Mails for the Eastern States close on Tuesday 7th inst., about 1 p.m.; under the new train service. Cricket.—A meeting of the Ka tanning District Cricket Association will be held on Monday, at 8 p.m., at. MeLeod's Hotel. Omitt^eI) Staxlholdees. — The j names of -the following ladies were j omitted..:from the list of stallholders : j —Mesdames Bahlinger, Chipper, Mclndoe, and Mrs Bahlinger and | Mullinger The committee would] would like to thauk all who assisted, j Cbicket.—Mr C. S. McKenzie, of. j the Royal .Exchange Hotel, desires us \ to state that he is donating a medal ! to the Katanning Cricket Association, to be given to the cricketer showing the best all-round for the season! 1902-3. ! CmFBitoos:—Mr G. T. Monck Mason atid Miss Jean Taylor Climie; were married at the residence of Mr Hugh Climie, Ballochmyle, on the 24th ult. The Ttev J. A. Howes offi ciated. The bride was given away by herfatber. The presents were uumer ous" and valuable. Mr an...

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