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THE FORTHCOMING SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 October 1902
The Great - Southern Agricultural and Pastoral Society's Show is draw- • ing near, and naturally it is the ear* nest wish of every individual in-this - fast- rising district that this year's show should be a success. Pastyearsj- ; thanks to the energy of the, lafe see-r jetaiy. Mr T. W. Langley, the society? ~ was placed Oma solid fomadation. The .. _ test is in thelayiug df ?the foundatiolQ.'" - whether a- bailding^f ayociely wiliin after yearri stand. We would suggest*? - tbat next year the -society appoint a -• committee to thoro'ugbly revise their schedule, and take time to more fuUjF eonsider the, classes and-prises. tujit u district such as this is—purely agri culturol—aprize should pe given, by some businessperson of' the towu^or? the best- kept .farmland make fbe^ prize worth competing for, Theri - again, why not have a champion -pnze in stock, to be taken two years oat of three. ;Many little additions Could die made. Special prizesshould- be given vol un tariiy, apcL nothay...
FARM AND ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 October 1902
FARM AND ORCHARD. 5 Mr French, the Victorian Govern ment expert, who has charge of the export of fruit from that State, states that the 11,649 cases sent to Great Britain the previous year totalled in value £7,280, or an average of 12s 6d per case, a good paying price, and, although the department of Agricul ture did not obtain copies of account sales from the growers, Mr Sinclair's reports have indicated that good prices were again obtained during the past season. The apples which have agam made highest average values were Cleopatra, Munroes Favorite and Jonathan. Pears, which have hither to been the despair of shippers, at last give promise by improved pack ing, of landing in good condition, and excellent prices were made by some of the consignments Mr Sinclair specially, mentions one lot of Tas uuuiiau pears, packed in trays ' o'ding a single layer of fruit, and containing less than half a case each. There were no fewer than 12 varieties of pears in this parcel, and nearly the wh...
POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 October 1902
POSTAL NOTICES. Following are the times at which mails are despatched from the Post-Offices men tioned j— Katarming. Pterfi (daily), Sunday excepted 12'15 p.m For Wagin, Narrogin, Cubballing, Pingelly and Beverley (noon) For Albany daily, Sunday excepted 13 Hill. ' - - - - - p.m.), Brown Hill. Cranbrook, Mt, Barker, 3 p.m For Marracoonda, (weekly),Thursday's, 7 a.ra For Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.m For Gidgelbarrup (weekly) Friday's, 7 a.m Kojonup (weekly, Friday's, 1*30 p.m
JUMPED ON A TEN-PENNY NAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 October 1902
JUMPED ON A TEN'PENNY NAIL. The little daughter of Mr J. 2f. Powell ! jumped on an inverted rate made of ten- j penny nails, and tnrust one uail entirely through her Foot, and a second one half way through. t haniberlain's Pain Halm was | promptly applied and five minutes later the pain had disappeared and no more suffering was experienced. In three days the child was wearing her shoe as usual and with absolutely no discomfort. Mr Powell is a well-kuown merchant of Forkland, Va., j U.S.A.. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and heals such injuries without maturation and in one-third the time required by the usual treatment; For sale by if. & C. Pieaae, FatanninS and Wagin.
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 October 1902
bab : been . ahythin£tbufc; Spasjaodie^^eteh^fbf5fiiim[|5»^S^®ii of a few, fours' du^tioii bas 3 ■***&lt;& seems I that hasnpset everyone m xg^^mce^ 4o3a$ "We • trust >4his $j till the show is oyer. - ^ *■' . Bj lisfc i eight's - mad- Jra:~ -**~ iwh&mmutiic -^~ the.atj fjtf m _ ., of tHe ^^t ;;8^ f, eanjie^to^ ••in^^is' pear in our-next 3Ka bavfi a ixitije in^he -mopj^ta i J aboriginal, who asaqred hiro t^at tbem ^ ■ remember. '^e^«si^; a most enjoyable swim.^. When1 it",. Then thafcviintor;paT,t with h(MTOP-&lt;rfsthe^bal Joyed, looking, on. ana ■ •£ ^. ,••••; y- .v neighbour. &lt;?Terjr^gbod; ^r/tg " naiieiait
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 October 1902
A Boon to Mothebs.—If you wish your children to have beautiful hair and clean, wholesome heads you must use Barry's Nur sery Hair Lotion, which cleanses the head and destroys all parasites. Bottles Is 3d. Camp bell-Coehrane and Co., chemists, Albany. Local agents, C. A. Harris, storekeeper, Ka tanning.* The Katanning Coffee Palace can not be surpassed for meals and beds. The beat of attention. * If you want an excellent meal at moderate rates try Chipper's Coffee Palace. It has no equal in the Great Southern Districts. * Thebe seems just now to be a great deal of sickness about this district in the way of coughs and colds. All kinds of patent medicines and reme dies are to be bad at Wm, J. Rogers's Central Store * Chipper's Coffee Palaee building is a model to behold, but the greatest surprise of ail is experienced when the dining table is patronised. * WM. J. i FAMILY GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER. NOW OPENING SUMMER STOCKS IN DRAPERY, FANCY WARE AND BOOTS AND SHOES, ALL KINDS OP PRO...
LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 October 1902
LOCAL COURTS. Mr. J. A. Wriglit., Acting R.M., attends the undermentioned places on t he days speci fied, for the purpos of conducting Local Courts :— Katanning, third Wednesday each month > arrogin. second Friday each month Wagin, third 1 riday each month Kojonup, last Wednesday each month Mr. T. H. Stanbury, Clerk of Courts al Katanning, visits Kojonup last Wednesday i> eaeli month.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 October 1902
E. H. SPENCER, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, AUSTRAL TEH HACK, KATA3SJHKG. Repairs of all Descriptions neatly Executed at Perth Prices. Work may be left with Mr. C Sallur, Bootmaker, WHITE FOR PATTERNS AND XIjXjXJ8TRATED CATALOGUE OF NEW AUTUMN DRAPERY TO BON MARCHE STORES, HAY STREET, PERTH. G^ods forwarded same day as ordered. Money returned if goods do not please. LOOK HIIEiR/IE I C. E. KNIGHT & CO. NOKTHAM, AUCTIONEERS, COMMISSION AGENTS, A.ND GENERAL MERCHANTS. We sell Fertilise its of all sorts, Chaff Bags, C'ornsacks, Binder Twine, and all Farmers' Requisites. We buy Chaff, Wheat, all Farm Produce, and Lire Stock. Agencies— T. Robinson and Co.'s Harvesters, Strippers, Chaffcutters, Disc Ploughs, Ac. Jones Piano Lever Binder, admitted to be the simplest, and has less wearing*parts than any other machine made. We have a number cf Valuable Farming Properties in hand for Sale. Correspondence invited. TO FARMERS. SAVE COMMISSION BY SELLING DIRECT TO THE PERTH FHESH FOOD &am...
DEMISE OF MRS A. E. PIESSE [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 October 1902
DEMISE OF MRS A. E. PIESSEl TJi ere passed from our midst yes-j terday, when just entering upon thel prime of life, a noble and goodf woman in the person of Airs A." E.i Piesse, the beloved wife of o^rF esteemed townsman of that name[ Noble, because - of her kindly acts! Hid disposition, and go )d because hcrj heart and soiil were kindred «ith those! of her sorrowing husband and. c hi L&lt;1 rent that mourn" her loss. Never, in ain-i cinnmnhity-have such 'manifold ex-j presaions ofcregret gone forth asthoseg which hive? passed the lips, of burf towiif->lk, aftd ne*er vviji the loss ofj fahy dt'ijaridil one be s&lt;> keenly felt as| Ltli^whicliM'eslcfda^vh.^'H&^atncd .iiij J.nvPtl he ftvuiTniitt KaianningS Loved by everyone in the, e&lt;p,intnimity, knotijingifor ;beariu ho iU-Will;t§ward anyone, and adthir-] ing-and lining all noble and eoud, u-ts, her pface will be hard to fill and ier loss ati'Trreparable one. The late Mrs ; Piessp; was an' ar...
GREAT SOUTHERN P. & A. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 October 1902
GREAT SOUTHERN P. & A As the time approaches for ourj forthcoming show the district appears^ to he putting forth renewed efforts in * ts .at tempt to make it a success. Phe all-absording question on the G t. [Southern line, at the present time i*| What Jiind of a show are you got ng tpj [have this year?" and the answer wh:ch| awaits the .question is, " A ree&lt;>rd| one !" As the answer comes so glibly! [one cannot arrive at any other con-j elusion than that the answer given?; will be fully borne out. Prior tog our own exposition will come those &lt;>?§ Xarroginand Wagin (Pingelly havifi>i been held on Wednesday last), and [the greater the success they achieve! the greater should be the desire of) successl'ulcqmpetitors thereat to swell the local entry lists in order to out ival' the local exhibitor. We are; pleased to know that this desire exists, and with such a spirit of healthy rivalry we' are in full accord; : IVo, applaud "the.- efforts of our ...
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 October 1902
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I I The following business people bare ad vertiscinents appearing in this issue :— Katanning. E- & C. Piesse, General Merchants Cass Urns,, Draper. Wm J Kogs iis, General Storekeeper E. R. Beecx, General Storekeeper. ? A Bkkck. Saddler Wm. UAKS.'f, Hulcher J. and J. Sqpiebs, General Blacksmiths, Wheelwrights, etc, M f,Kn\D, t »*ffee Palace A. W. KlCUfEii, General Blacksmith and Coachbuilder G. McLbod, Kafanning Hotel •T. McDoxAi.it, Hairdresser, Stationer,etc. •1 Govi.li, Fruiterer, etc II. Uowk Eit, Baker and Confectioner.
LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 October 1902
mm sales. Land sales at the underiridntiontdg centres took"' place durHig-ihe paat^ week, with the following results : !| l\JLT.iNJTIifGy Oe3>OBER-7. |j Town Lots': 81, LI4. H. Itielvtei ^ 102, L12, Michael: Lebad; H*5, L13;f Wi'liam Schunke; 182,. L12, W, K.J Richmond ; 183, LL2, R; XX Jeff cries 263, Ll2 16$; JosephiSqulersv 27o,| L10 10s, H. C. 8 pack man ; 27, Log [K&lt;»j ■'» 11 up], J. Spencer; Ka tanni ngfj suburban for cultivation : 370, Ll 1,2 W\ b. ithbdes; 372, 1*9, W L.| Rhodes., p Woodanilling suburban lots : 2»i.^ 22, 24, 26, 28, and 30, jLl 7s lid eaeh,j Henry Turner; 168, for cultivation,| L5, Wilson Douglas.. , . PlftpKIitTj OCTOBEIi 8. Town lots: 70 and 71, L7, J;] Black ; 75,1,7, D. Black. Cuballing town lots : 9, Lll, A. "W\_ V. Green; 25, L9, M. Brown; 27, L9j 10s, N. Bushalhi ; 44, LtO, Joliulj Canalii; 65^ Ll2 10s, Clayton and! iiintoul Bros.; 47, L5, C. (4. Lefroy :j| 49, L6, John Anderson ; 51, L7 10»,|j 'Thomas Gibbs ;70,L6, Win Poole;! 71, L5, G...
Money Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 October 1902
Money Orders. Inland.—Not exceeding £5, Gd.; above £5, and not exceeding £10, Is.; above £10, and not exceeding £15, Is. Gd.; above £15, and not exceeding £20, 2s Inteestate.—Above £1 and not exceeding £2, 6d.; above £2 and not exceeding £5, Is. above £5 and not exceeding_£7, Is Gd ; above £7 and not exceeding £10, 2s.; above £10 and not. exceeding £12. 2s. G1 ; above £12 and not exceeding £15, 3s. ; above £15 and not exceeding £17, 3s. Gd.; above £17 and not exceeding £20, 4s
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 October 1902
Park Fruit Cake.—Take 14lb of flour, 11b| of dark brown sugar, 21b of ^currants, l-gill J of brandy, llbsultunns,llbbutt er, iJOegg-;.! |ib mixed p&el. - Sift the flour, clean thel Fruit, and mist together. Beat the buuer aridf sugar together to a cream,,add the eggS, t«'p| at a. time, not previously beaten,- then the! brandy slowly ; add the fruit and flour, amj last of all the peel. -Line a cake tin" with} paper, but do not grease if; pour in-the inix-| fcure, and bake;three Orfour hours"; Toii-el clie cake take the while of two eggs, 8oz ofj ieing sugae, the juice of■one lemon be^t, ail j together and as long as possible Spread onl the cake with a,-knife, occasionally dippiut the knife in water during the process. ;." > Boon xof. fttOTHGUs.—If you wish yourj children to jiare beantifhi haw . and clean,! wholesome 'head* you must use. Barry's 2? ur-i seby Hair potipaj;;9:hich oleansps the; head audi destroys all parasites. Bottles Is 3d; Cauipi bell-Cochmne and Cp., che...