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BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 November 1902

BANQUET. After the formal toast of " The Kins," Mr; L. F. Yanzuucum proposed The, Parliament," coupled withuthe names of Messrs Piesse and Hassell., He was certain they were drinking the healths of the two most popular members within it' The Hon. C. A. Piesse thanked them heartily. Just now they were engaged in discussing one of the most important questions that had yet come before the House. The Blanta ganet electorate embraced a-large area, aud it was very unfair to 'talk of cutting down its representation. It would be more equitable to divide it and give it extra representation. There was a population of 7,500, and look ing to the newspaper files there was another 7,500 ready to come heie There was plen+y of room for them and many more. The district wanted a branch railway, and he had no hesi tation in saying so. He had no hesi tation in. saying that the show inside the hall Was* the best he had seen.. He was opposed to doing away with any of the shows. He twitted ,the Go vernmen...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 November 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. >Matl,s. — Mails for the Eastern Slates close on Tuesday, 11th inst., at 1.15 p.m., per R.M,S. Oroya. To Fabmehs—The farmers of the Gfeat"Southern line are further noti fied that it is the intention of the management of Thir paper to send a representative around the whole of the,districts to Teporfc upon the differ- j efit properties. As Kojonup finishes the circuit of the Great Southern shows, appointments can be made from November - 8. Those who ba^e made appointments will please note apd renew the same, as owing to the hfeafj work entailed with the shows our representative has had to forego several of them. ; Wa.gi:n Chops—In a hurried con versation with a leading townsman, our representative was informed that the crops around the Wagin district never looked better, and farmers are consequently looking forward to an abundant harvest. ' Wagtn—Residents of thiB district will regret to hear of the illness of the wife of Mr Sinclair. Mrs Sinclair is under D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 November 1902

- E. H. ;SPENG£R, waj-ChjiakeI' AStfi- Jeweller, AUSiiUL TEIiKiCE, katanniKg. ^"/'^Ewpaira of all Beserijilions neatly Executed at teri b -.Prices," ('* '• r- -'-' - -. - ** ' Work may be Mt with Mr. C Baliur, .bootmaker, WHITE FOR PATTERNS AND ILLUSTRATED CA.T-A.JLOGTCTE OP NEW AUTUMN DRAPERY TO ARCHE STORES. HAY STREET, PERTH. * Goods forwarded same day as ordered. Money returned If goods do not please. C. E. KNIGHT • V . NOETHAI AUCTIONEERS, COW MISSION AGE NTS, **■ t AND GENERAL MERCHANTS. , We sell Fertilisers of all sorts, Chaff Bags, Cornsacks, Binder Twine, and all Farmers'Requisites. We buy Chaff, Wheat, all Farm Produce, and^Tiive Stock. - Agencies— T. Robinson and Co.'s Harvesters, Strippers, Chaffcutters, Disc Ploughs, &c. Jones Piano Lever Binder, admitted to be the simplest, and has less weariiig«.parls than any other machiue made. We have a number cf Valuable Farming Properties in hand for Sale. Correspondence invited. TO FARMERS. SAVE COMMISSION BY SELLING DI...

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Money Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 November 1902

"BSoney Orders. IirLAXD.—Not exceeding £5, 6d.; above £5, and not exceeding £10, Is.; above £10, and not exceeding £15, Is. 6d.; above £15, and not exceeding £20, 2s Intebstatk.—Above £1 and not exceeding £2, 6d.j above £2 and Tiot exceeding £5, Is. above £5 and not-exceeding £7, Is 6d ; above £7 and not exceediug £10, 2s.; above £10 and not exceeding £12. 2s. fid j above £12 and not exceeding £15, 3s. ; above £15 and nol exceeding £17, 3 , Gd.j above £17 and^not exceeding £20, 4s

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 November 1902

Broome Hill .For Kojonup, Wednesday 12"30 p.m For Wait Kiver, every other Friday, 9 a.ra For I'erfch and intermediate places, daily, 11 '30 a.m., excepting Wednesday's (6 p.m.) Albany and intermedial e places daily, 4 p.m., excepting Tuesday's (6 p.m.)

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POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 November 1902

POSTAL notices. Following are Hie times at which mails are despatched from the Post-Offices men tions! :— Kakaanisig. Pcern (daily), Sunday excepted 12*15 p.m For VVagin, Jiarrogin, Cubballing, Pingelly and Beverley (noon) For Albany daily, Sunday excepted 13 p.m.), Brown Hill. Oanbrook, Mt. Barker, 3 p.m For Marracoonda, (weekly), Ibursday's, 7 a. in For Moojebing, (weeMy), Thursday's, 7 a.m For Gidgelbarrup (weekly), Friday's, 7 a.m Kojonup (weekly. Friday's, 1*30 p.m

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Narrogin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 November 1902

Earro gin. For Clarke'# (eastward) Wednesday 10.30 a.m. For Williams Wednesdays and Saturdays.. 1 p.m. For Albany and intermediate stations, daily at 11.30 For Perth and intermediate stations, daily at 3.30 p.m..

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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 November 1902

"Waffin. For Arrhur River, (Wednesdays), at noon For East wood (Crown's) 8 a.m. Monday's For Westward (-Norin Lake), 8 a.m Thursday's For Perth, and intermediate places, Mon day'#, Tuesday's,Thursday's, Friday's, Satur day's, 2 p.tn.; Wednesday's, 6 p.m For Albany, Kattsnuing, Br-joihe Hill, Mt Barker, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday's, at 1*20 p.m.; Tues day's, 6 p.m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 November 1902

>Q¥AL f EXCHANGE! HOTEL, KATAN1UNG. □&3S .HOME OF TRAVELLERS. The /Cusine is under the personal. super virion of Mn C. S. McKekzik. • Qf laqiiors.we keep the Best Brands. The, Hoote-has just jbiiwn thoroughly XS- S. McKENZIE (Late of Mount Ida Gold&elde), Proprietor. " - WAeHN .BAZAAR, JOHN R. EBSARY, <Jeneml. Ironmongeiy, Hardwtece of aff de- . acriptions,■*'Unicorn" Stump Jump Ploughs I J^armera* favourite), Disc Drills, Heller's! Strippers, etc. | .Dealer, in Lire Stock, Chaff, etc. Inspection invited, ' - j N T I C E San: in with my Horses, and now in my Paddock ftt Glengaiy, one Dark Brown Mare, in foal and foal at foot, supposed to he the progeny of my own mare. Marks: Little -white on off hind loot, also white rings round both fore feet j - small white star oh forehead, no other brands or marks risible. Any per son or personsshosrings better claim can have Bame by pajing all expenses. Ti. S. BUSRIDaS. 16,1902. K AT ANN I NO. ) TO BE FOLLOWED BY A...

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THE USES OF AMMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 November 1902

THE USES OF AMMONIA. |fe "While it is generally admitted that - a bottle of ammonia is a most useful article to hare by one not many people are aware of the number of uses to / whichit can be put. The addition of - two spoonfuls of Serubbs' ammonia ■'■o to an ordinary size bath is delightfully c refreshing on a hot summer day, but, ; alas, a plunge bath is an almost for bidden luxury in this time of drought " The amimnia, used at night just be fore retiring, in hot water, will re more pimples and blackheads, if its use is persevered in. Only half a teaspoonful to a basin of water is required, so that a bottle of cloudy ~ ammonia will be found to last a long time. Ammonia cleanses, the hair, and is not injurious to it as is soda, jt gives, brown and light colored hair that pretty golden sheen that artists love, while it prevents fair hair turn ing dark. After washing the hair, a little oil of sweet almonds should be rubbed into the vobts; and the hair be ■well brushed. For ant or mos...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 November 1902

Ws are in a poBition to supply you with all1 hinds of drugs, chemicals, patent medicines, perfumery, surgical appliances, sundries, pho-. tographic material, nursery , and sick-room requisites, etc.,-etc., at the lowest possible prices, as we are direct English, A meriaan and Continental buyers in wholesale quanti ties. All orders of 10s. or over sent carriage paid.. Campbell-Coehrane and Co., chemists, Albsriy; * ' ■ " O S LADY'S OBEY MACKINTOSH with; black velvfefc collar. Finder rewarded" op ice- '< turning to Mrs Chipper's Coffee Palace* N Of 110 E. TO F A RMES S Messrs. THOMAS GIBBS -and JOHN CAN * JLIiT, of Caballing, hairing pnrchased a- Complete Up-to-date BACJSHA'W'S" DOUBLE BAGGER and CHJtiFF CtJT TF-R and POTRABLE ENGINE, are prepared -to Cut "Chaff anywhere in the Nar -rogin and Cuhalling Districts. : APPLY,, EARLY. CHARGES « .-vMODERATP. ' T B N D E R TENDERS are invited for the following MAIL SERVICES, commencing January 1 next?— "l XATANNING--t®QNIN'S. KATA...

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SOIL CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 November 1902

SOILCULTURE. "What is termed the Campbell method . of soil, culture is spoken of very highly in America. It is. bard to appreciate the full value of the Camp bell method of soil culture without visiting tbe Pomeroy model farm, but after; the visit is made there is no: question.about its value. The wheat farmers who have suffered loss from the lack of sufficient moisture, or who are likely-to? suffer from this cause, -will do wel! ti study into the system, and as far as possible guard against fntnre losses Disctheioil immedia tely aftet harvest, if possible the next day, and .plough at the earliest cpn veniedfee. "If Jt is possible to secure ar-subrsurface packer, Mr Campbell ^recommends ploughing seven inches deep; without a sub-surface packer the ploughing should be four to five inches. deep!: s The.depth of ploughing, .ot course,^p^ll vary considerably with, -the depth of the soil and subsoil. After ploughing, paek the soil, and follow 2?with harrow to secure dust mulch.' Harrow a...

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Williams. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 November 1902

Williams. For Marrsdong and Daylwking, Tlmrs days at 7.30 a.m.

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Woodanilling. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 November 1902

Woo&aniUing. G. A. WjLBOK, General Blacksmith, etc. 35. K. Bell Woodauilling Hotel,

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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 November 1902

Wagin. J. C. H. Nenkb, Saddler C, Tj. Geli, General Storekeeper J.'Facex, Bootmaker F- & C. Piesse, General Storekeeper# JL Lett}, Butcher and Baker J. Si'EATT, Wagin Hotel JL rirsAOG, Federal Hotel

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 November 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Mails. — Mails for the/^Eastern States and New Zealand; close on Tuesday, 18thinst.j?at 1.3(hi».m. . Death op a Pioneer—Mr. War burton, of " Stonyhurst," Narrogxn, formerly a (Government stock inspec tor, and one of the oldest pioneers of the Narrogm district, died at his re sidence on Tuesday, the 4th inst. As he had been ailing for some little time his death was not altogether unex pected. , ' '• ^ ; : Sunday School Picnic.The annual Sunday School picnic of the Angiican Church, - Katanning, and Marracoonda, took place on Monday last, November 10, in Mr P. W. Beeek's paddock, back of Yarnup, and it proved a great success. Che child ren assembled at the church at about 9.30, and after singing a hymn and short prayers, a start was made for the pienicgrpurid, pbout a dozen vehicles conveying the children, theijiv parents aiid: friends. Quilea pleasant. day was spent.' After partaking of a good dinner,' the superintendent, Mr Glare, with the assistance of many w...

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 November 1902

jdroomeHill. G. f>A»cr, Goachbwilder and General JUttckennt'h W. M, Garbity, Imperial Hotel

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SPORTING. Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 November 1902

SPORTING. Cricket. Foliowing ia a list matches arranged. :-r. November 45 Katanning v Moojebin at Moojebin Marraeoonda y Carrolup, at Marraeoonda J?he following-have been ehoseh to T6pre§eipib E^tanmng to^daj sT. Mooje bing, at Moojebing: S- Star^X^apt.), 31. Hughesj: O. Bac.b,: H. Liudni, dW* Baker, F.. McLeod, J). Stewart, D. Kealley, H. Ranford, C. Ranford.

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 November 1902

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. The following business people hare ad Teriii-einents appearing in this issue j— Eatanning. JT. & C. Pibsse, General Merchants Cass Bros., Draper.' Wm .1 BogeeSj General Storekeeper E. K. B^kcs, General Storekeeper. V A Bbbck, Saddler Wai. Baree. Butcher . J. and J. Squibbs;! General ^Blacksmiths, 'Wbeehvrights, etc. -"5 " M Luead, Coffee Palace ■ A. W. Bichteb, General Blacksmith and ; Coocli builder J G. McIiBOD, Eatanning Hotel' J. McDonaid, Hairdresser, Stationer, etc. J G>»pr,o, Fruiterer, etc -B. JiowKBEj Baker and" CopfeeUoner.

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"KOBELIA." THE RESIDENCE OF MR. F. H. PIESSE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 November 1902

If 'J THE RESIDENCE OF ME. F. H. " ^ ' \PIESSE. Kobelia," the native term for: I rest, is situated on the crown of the . hiil at the foot of Clive-street East, : ; which overlooks 180 acres of orchard j ] property, and is the new residence of s j the Hon. F. H. Piesse, for i this district. It is introduced from ] • the street by a winding' gravelled path, ; ! and on each side are planted rows of j fruit and ornamental trees, which are J jpst now in f uil bud. Fronting the building at its northerly and westerly aspr-ets are several walks which are neatly set off by beds of ornamental flowers aud shrubs, and a4- the eastern end are, tennis and croquet lawns, which are just now being nicely set off with a couch grass, which is doing' well. The building; a two-storey one, is of brick -and' cement: Famng-s* ahd.con- j tains .17 rooms, besides kitchens, pan tries, . etc The entrance • inside is] jnade" through a portico, whieh isftiledi ■aft r 'the lesselafed styler ioto^ the : main hall,...

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