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BRITAIN AND RUSSIA. PURCHASE OF HORSES. LONDON, October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

BRITAIN AND RUSSIA. PURCHASE OF HORSES. London, October 26. Great Britain has purchased 16,000 horses from Russia.

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

THE FARM. The "Adelaide Observer" draws the at tention of lamb-raisers to an interesting experiment carried out by Professor Lowrie a.t U.oseworthy College, -in tbe way of raising ! lambs for market. Last * season he put Dorset-horn, Romney Marsh, aud merino rams to merino ewes, which he kept in one (ioek and lambed in the same paddock. When sold,, the lamb by tlie Dorset-horn ram averaged 14s. 6d,, the Romney Marsh lambs averaged 9s. 8d., and the same price was realised by the pure merino lambs. The results of his', experiments are rather . 'surprising. The Dorset-horn cross (Professor Lowriesays) have proved, in his hands, a more rapid grower than any other lamb he has raised. That the lambs by Romney Marsh sires should realise no better price than pure merino lambs is, indeed, a surprise. For freezers, the Romnsyr Marsh." .merino cross has proved very successful in New South Wales, and the cross is a favourite one in some parts of New Zealand. One would naturally expect that thei...

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PRES'DENT ROOSEVELT. HIS ACTION DENOUNCED. LONDON, October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

PRES'DENT ROOSE VELT.1 HIS ACTION DENOUNCED. London, October 26. The action of President Boosevelt in inviting the Booker negro presi dent. Tuskegee, to the University to dine is strongly denounced by whites in the Southern States, in conse quence of the numerous invitations extended to Booker by Northerners,

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THE BOER WAR. RECAPTUBE OF TWO GUNS BY THE BRITISH. LONDON, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

THE BOER WAR. BECAPTUBE OE TWO GUNS BY THE BBITI8H. London, October 25. Colonel Campbell's column has recovered, at Slamgopies, two guns which were recovered from Colonel dough at Scheeper'8 Nek.

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

Broome Hill. O, JDabct, ' Ooachlialkler Several Blacksmith.- •/'• :~.«v " V . »• - W. M. Gabbitx, Imperial Hotel.

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SURROUNDING BOERS IN HIDING. October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

SURROUNDING BOERS IN HIDING. October 25. General "Walter Kitchener is endea vouring to surround a number of Boers who are hiding in W inburg .Forest.

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GENERAL BOTHA. October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

GENERAL BOTHA. October 25. It is reported that General Botha is at Pietersdorp.

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. vertisements appeiariiig in tme ..; F. i C. Pxessb, Oibeni j ": 3> |Cass, Draper.^ ^ C A Habbis, General Storekeeper. PA Beeck,'Saddler. _ v -..v Wm. Bakes, Batcher. M JjBBA3>, Coffee Palace. ■ ... A.W. BicHTEKj General Blacksmithand Coachbuilder. : <>.-McIieod, Kfrfanning Hotel, BoyalExcbonge Hotel. A- E-' S'bwab & Qo.i Hairdressers; Sta tioners, etc., -j C F Waitkb. Machinery Ag^nt. J GoutD, Fruiterer, etc . .

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THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

THE BANQUET. In the evening the visitors and a large number ef townspeople attended the banquet Mr J C Warren (tin Sneie'y's ore-Meat) ' occupied the chair. After the toast of His Majesty the King had been proposed by him and enthusiastically roceived, the Hon F if. Piesse proposed the toast of His Excellency Sir Arthur Iiawley, E.C.M.G,, expressing the great pleasure it afforded himself and the residents of the town and the surrounding district at having his company amongst them on sUch an occasion, it was impossible to be other than pleased with the lively interest demonstrated by His Excellency ir^, hot only the Agricultural portion of tlus^tatc but also the numerous other industries in the various centres. On some future occasion he hoped to have the pleasure of again welcom ing His Excellency and also Lady Lawiey to the district of Katanning. His Excellency who was receive I . with loud cheers expressed his sincere thanks for the enthusiastic manner in which the toast had heen ...

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KATANNING ROADS' BOARD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

KATANNING BOAOS' BOARD Satubday, Octu'bfu 19. Present—Messrs. A. 33. Pi esse (chairman), M. Cronin, T. Garstone, A. Prosser, and R. McDonald. correspondence. Prom Lands' Department, with refe rence to the further deviation on Warren-road. It was decided that Mr. Cronin and the supervisor (Mr. Pemble) inspect and report. From same, re closure of Gi.bney road Mr. Cronin and the supervisor to inspect and report. From same, stating that by-laws had been mislaid. The secretary was in structed to inform the department that it was not the first time that similar intimations had been received, and suggesting a further search . be made; and, further, that should this not be done the Board-would draw the attention of the Premier to the matter, as it bad been put to a good deal of inconvenience over same. From the Survey Department, re naming of certain roads at Wooda riilling. It was resolved that the roads be named Garstone, Bell, Prosser, arid McDonald roads. A letter was received from resi...

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Rates of Postages. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

-Sates iofS?osfcag-es -1-ETTEiiS.—If delivered at_any Post-Oihee ■ for delivery within The postal delivery limit 'of siu-h office, for every ioz., or fraction {up : to 51 os, 1«1. Beyond ^sueh limits, for every :^oz. or or fraction of ioz., up to 3lbs, (dimcn {■' siotu not to exceed!lie maximum allowed for pao -ts). 2d. 5 . "1' >st Cakps.—If posted at any post-ofllce ; for delivery within the postal delivery of siu-h ^joflie ', id.; be*ond such Hmits~ld. ■/■-Packets.—For erery 2ozs Or fraeiion of fiozs up to libs Id. - y ,■ -' Kewspapeks.—Printed and posted in the .' Colony for delivery beyond the boundaries of : the City or Town at which tliey may he pub lished, hud posted within hue week from date ion not. exceeding lOozs,-free. For ^^rer» ..additional lOezs or fraction .of lOozs (each) id. For each newspaper posted 7 ft/day? after publication, not exceeding lOozs, si/Id. For every additional lOozs or fraction /'•of lOozs, Id. Newspapers must be posted one hourbefore the closin...

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GOVERNMENT LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

GOVERNMENT LAND SALES. The undermentioned allotments, of land will be- submitted to auction on tbe. dates mentioned Pingelly—November 1, town lots 72, 156, about 2 roods each £7 each upset, Katanning—November 5. Broome Hill town lot 126, about li roods, £4; Broome TETill suburban lots 393, 415, £13 ; 414, £14; about 13 acres. Katanning town lots 74, 76, 157, 161, 198, 385, 386, 393, about three roods each ; £12 each. Kojonup towh lot 22, 34 perches; £5 each. Woodanilling sub urban lot 11, about «ix acres, £10. Wegin —November 8, Wagin suburban lot 7; about three acres ; £3 per acre. Narrogin —November 14, Cuballing subur ban lots 103,104, 111, £10 each ; 105, £11; 106, 107, £8 each : 108, £9; 109, £15; 110, £12; from 4 to 9 acres each.. Narrogin town lot 234, abont one acre ; £5. D bath ot Bishop Crase.*—The Venerable Catholic Bishop of Bendigo (Dr. Martin Crane) died somewhat suddenly at the BifhopVpalace, Bendigo, oh Monday last. He had been lately suffering from a heart affection...

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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

Watfia. <J. JtrsT, Coaclibuilder and<3encralBlBek» BimUi " t - " .* ' J. C. Saddler, . - C. 1. General Storekeeper. ■ A- ^ottai? ,£Lide and General Buyer. J.Facby, Bootmaker. , . P. M. Bcttbibed; .Geneisd. Storekeeper;V-.-. •"' B. Jfc O. BiBSSB,'General Storeke^raa. v : 'J, J. CAaJMJTHEas, Newsagent, Stetiober, etc. A BolG, Butcher and Baker. . , J. Sbbatt, Wagin^Hotel. ^ 4 H. $ms^%3anl Hotel. v, - *

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. SIB,—Now the busy season is approaching, naturally prodnce will go away quickly.. How is it that there is not better facilities for loading and unloading produce, goods, etc ? Generally speaking we are. comforted by . a truck and wagon loading goods ori the cross ingtothe danger audinronvenience of vehicular and passenger traffic. It seems somewhat peculiar, to say the least, that one who uses the crossing for the purpose of loading has a railway running within a few feet of his chaff shed, yet he prefers to cart liis chaff to the crossing—not only he, but others also—to the inconvenience of the public.- \yhen seme serions accident has oeeuared, the sleepy -farmers andothefswill perhaps wake up, and if not too sleepy, call a mce.'ing; and if not tired, attend; and it. awake, pass a resolution . urging upon the Government the imme liate necessity of erecting, at once a cover d dock where three waggons at least can loaf at the same time. By-1 be-by, how ...

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REVISION COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

REVISION COURT. The TBoard then sat as a Kevision Court to revise the rolls. On the motion of Mr, Ga ret one. seconded by Mr. McDonald^ it was decided that four rolls be prepared anl four ballot boxes procured for use at the next election.

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YORK MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

YORK MARKET REPORT. Messrs. Darlington and McDonald report having held, their second stock sale in the new Municipal Sale Yards, York, on October 15, when they yarded 2,500 fat and store sheep, 250 lambs, 20 fat and store cattle, 250 pigs, and 12 horses. There was a good attendance of buyers from all parts: Sheep, in lines, sold as follows -.—132 mixed ewes and lambs, at 12-.; 125 do., at 12s. ; 147 lambs at lis. Id., 20 lambs at 7s. fid., 32 lambs at 9s., 30 lambs at lis. fid ; 300 woolly wethers at 20s., 34 wooily wethers at 15s. 6d.; 100 ewes and tegs at 12s.; 500 shorn ewes and withers, at 1 Is.; 1 Lincoln liim^ at £1 15s. Cattle— 1 cow at £13, 4 steers at £5 7s. 6d., 4 steers at £5. 1 calf at 20s., 2 springers at £12 each, 2 bullocks at £8 5s., 1 bullock at £8 10. Horses—5 sold at from &7 10s. to £25. Pigs' —Sold 200 from 8s. 6d. for small slips to £1 19s. for good porkers.

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HERALD Office, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 26 October 1901

COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MAEKET. Heea£d Office, October 25. Following are the local quotations:— Wheat, 3s lOd ; chaffi, £3 10s to £3 12s 6d, for pure green well cut wJieaten ; inferior, 30s to 50s per ton; eggs, lOd per doz ; butter Is 3d to Is 6d ; flour, £D per ion; Jbran, £6 5s per ton ; pollard, £6 10s per ton.

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LATEST BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 2 November 1901

LATEST BETTING. Derby.—3 to 1 Grasspau, 7 to 2 Haut villers, 4 to 1 Ibex, 9 to.2 Haymaker, 8 to 1 Bonnie Chiel and Bock Hun, 10 to I Man lock Ths Cup.—100 to 30 Bevenue, 100 to 16 Hymettus, 100 to 14 Australian Colors, 100 to 10 8ah Fran, 100 to 9 Wakeful, Hay maker and Flagship, 100 to 5 Gungadin, Grasspan, George Frederick, and Bock Gun, 100 to 3 Ganleon and Carbineer, 100 to 2 Bh&ki, Seaport, Acetine, Bockleigh and Pa tronus, 100 to 1 Gunbearer.

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SPORTING. The Turf. MELBOURNE CUP ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 2 November 1901

SPORTING The Turf. MELBOURNE CUP ACCEPTANCES - The final acceptances for the Melbourne Cup, to be ran on Tuesday next, are as follow:— San Fran, 4 years, by Gozo—Frocella, including 101b penalty ... ... 9 7 Gauleon, 6 years, by Gozo—Industry ' 9 7 Hymettus, aged; by Eiridspord - Busy Bee, including 101b penalty George Frederick, 6 years, by Carbine —Dans Gutiga. Din, 5 years, by Carlyon— Brown Aliice Wakeful, 5 years, by Trenton:—In somnia Australian Colors, 4 years, by The Australian Peer—Colors Carbineer, 6 years, by Carbine—Gel as ma ... Khaki, 4 years, by Grand Flaneur— Goldlike ... ' Bevenue, 5 years, by Trenton—Water Idly „ Gunbearer, 6 years, by Nordenfeldt— Hebe ... *. Grasspan, 3 years, by Grafton—Pie crust ... ... Haymaker, 3 years, by The Cardinal— Harvest Lass ... "... Bock Gun, 4 years, by Gibraltar Bangle ... Acetine, 5 years, by Trident—Duenna 6 9 Seaport, 4 years, by Fortsea—Opera 6 9 Flagship, 4.years, by The Admiral— Leona ... ... 6 9 Bockleigh, 3 years, by Trapeze...

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THE RECENT SHOW. KATANNING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 2 November 1901

THE RECENT SHOW. KATANNING. As stated in last issue, the annua1 show held at Katanning last week was an unquali fied success. The exhibits outnumbered those of any previous year, and the record attend ance speaks for itself of the popularity of the exhibition. Last year the number of entries received was 595, but probably owing to the memorable downpour of rain on the day of the show only- 230 exhibits were on the ground. For the past show 597 entries were made, 574 of which were exhibited. From eveiy point of view the successful efforts of the secretary and other officials are deserving of the highest commendation, and when it is stated that last year left the society with a debit balance of £250, and that the more recent one resulted in a profit of £40 (this, too, after paying a number of prizes re maining nnpaid 'from the previous year), the efforts of the Society are the more striking. The secretary (Mr. T. W. Langley), to whom the greatest credit is due, was considerably handic...

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