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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

Wagin. For Arrhur River, (Wednesday's), at noon For Eastwood (Cronin's) 8 a.m. Monday's For Westward (Norin Lake), 8 a.m Thursday's For Perth, and intermediate places, Mon day's, Tuesday's, Thursday's, Friday's, Satur day's, 2 p.m.; Wednesday's, 6 p.m For Albany, Kafcinning, Broome Hill, Mt Barker, Monday, Wednesday, Thnrsday, Friday " and Saturday's, at 1*20 p.m.; Tues day's, 8 p.m _

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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BISHOP RILEY AT CUBALLING [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

BISHOP RILEY AT CUBALLING Owing to^he very short notice given by his Lordship, on aecount of so much worfc and- so many districts to call at, ic is very gratifying to resi dents of the district to have tlie honor of a visit from his Lordship. Many of the residents came a fair distance so as to make the meeting a success. The Agricultural Hall was well -arranged and decorated with, green ( bushes, intermixed with flowers, &o. It is very pleasing to see so many of the young people taking such an interest in religious work and willing to take the responsibility of Christian life by-being confirmed. There was a good attendance at service. Very j appropriate hymns were, sung on the occasion. After service was over we adjonrned to the long table, where the eatables wei^-very tasteful iy Arranged ajid tea Well supplied, and was all that could be desi red, e very one f ully ap - preciatiugthe preparations which had been made. After refreshments were partaken of, the liev F. C. G-ill...

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

Broome Sill. For ivojonup, Wednesday 12"30 p.m far .Salt River, every other Friday, 9 a.m For Perth and intermediate places, daily, 11*30 a.m., excepting Wednesday's (6 p.m.) Albany and intermediate places daily, 4 p.m., excepting Tuesday's (6 p.m.)

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WAGIN. WAGIN, Dec. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

WAGIN. Wag in, Dee. 3. A grand promenade concert was held at Wagin on Tuesday, December 2, under the auspices of the Church of England Ladies' Aid Society, with the object of helping to clear off the ; debt on the Anglican Church of Saint George.. There was a record attend ance, the hall being filled to over flowing, and many had to be content with only standing accommodation. The programme was as follows:— Overture, MrB Crambt-ook; song, "The Gladiator," Jdr Rowe; duet, "Life's Golden Dream," Mrs Ebsary and Mr O. Nenke; song, " The Lads in Navy Blue" and "No. 54," Kev. Jas. A. Howes; song, " Tired," Miss Hamerslev; comic song, " Close," and " Pop Goes the Weasel," Mr Spencer; song, "Juanita," Miss Watts; recitation, " Little Jim," Mr Rowe ; club swinging, Mr Kent ;song, " Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep," Mr Ellis; song,..." Bid me to Love," Miss Marfleet; pianoforte and violin duet, "Happy Moments," Mrs Ebsary and Mr L. Price. Mrs Crambrook and Mr O. Nenke were the pianists, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

E. H. SPENCER, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, AUSTRAL TERRACE, ~ KATAMNIWG. i'. Kep&irs of all Descriptions neatly Executed at Perth Prices. :* ^ Worh may be left with Mr. C. Sallur, Bootmaker, Trade Notices. 1P0RTANT TO FARMERS SAVE YOUR WHEAT IK TIME. TE TOUR NEW HARVESTER SHOULD STICK YOtJ UP IN THE MIDST OP STRIPPING Send to me at once and get one of ALLEN & CO.'S CELEBRATED STRIPPERS. Which are most Reliable, absolutely the Best Threshesr, Lightest in Draught, Most Durable, Simply Constructed, and can be Easily Managed by even a noodle, Or if you have not purchased either of the above for this Season I can Supply you with one of my Strippers within a few days from date of order, on MOST LIBERAL TERMS. G. H. SMITH (Late Job Allen and Co.), MACHINIST, YORK. WRITE FOR PATTERNS AND ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF TO SAY STREET, PERTH.| Goods forwarded eame day as ordered. Money returned !! goods do not please. E3IB3 0. R. KNIGHT & CO. MORTHA.M, AUCTIONEERS, COMMISSION AG...

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WOODANILLING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

WOODAMiLUNG. "Woo dalil ling, a fast rising town ship on the Great Southern line,, is situated about 13 miles to the north of Katanniug. It has a population, of about ISO inhabitants, and these are served by an hotel, a State- school, two general stores, a post office, an; agricultural hall, and a blacksmith's shop. Besides these, there is another store in course of erection for Messrs F. and C. Piesse, and a rumour of a further one to be erected. , There is only a siding at the townfeite on the railway line,' end the residents are; justleclamouriug for a station and mrster. . It is only a matter .of time when these must come, because the importance of "the town is sure to make itself felt, and added to this a little hesltty agitation, tiny bar to the progress of the place must be for ever eliminated. Surrounding the town are a number of splendid farming- pro perties,.and thqse act as feeders: The agricultural hail is a creditable build ing, and the furnishings reflect in a of 'the ...

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Money Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

Wouey Orders. * ;; IwtiNi).—Not exceeding £5, 6d.j above £5, and not exceeding £10, ls.j. above£10, :.vand not exceeding £15, Is. ,6d.; above £15, end not exceeding £20, 2s " . Tstsbstats:—Above £1 and notexoeediijg £2,6d.; above'£2 and not exceeding £5, la. ;~* above £5 and not exceeding £7, ^IsiBd; above, £7 and not • exceeding £10, 2s.; above £10 and; not exceeding £12, 2s. 6d ; above £12 and not exceeding £15, 3s.; above £15 and not exceeding £17, 3s. 6d.; above. £17 and not exceeding £20,4s ■ i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

We are in a position to supply you with all kinds of drugs, chemicals, patent medicines, perfumery, surgical appliances, sundries, pho tographic material, nursery and sick-room requisites, etc., etc., at the lowest possible I prices, as we are direct English, American and Continental buyers in wholesale quanti ties. All orders of 10s. or over sent carriage paid. Campbell-Cochrane and Co., chemists, Albany.* * -

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POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

POSTAL NOTICES. Fallowing are the times at "which mails v . ■ -♦ from the Post-Offiees men preru (daily), Sunday excepted 1215 p.m For Wag in, Narrogin, Cubballing, Pingelly and Beverley (noon) For Albany daily, Sunday excepted (3 p.m.), Brown Hill. Cranfarook, Mt. Barker, 3 p.m For Marracoonda, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.m For Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday's,-? a.m For Gidgelbarrup (weekly) Friday's, 7 a.m Kojonup (weekly, Friday's, 1*30 p.m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

[E TABU SHED 1839.] GENERAL MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, S TJ M M E R. 1902-3. "We are now prepared to Supply all your wants for t^e Coming Season. The bulk of our large Summer Shipments are now on view. MEN 'R DEPA HTM EN T contains something of interest to every man. Wo can satisfy you 'with, our ready made Clothing. Our Suits fit-well;' look well, and wear well. " We carry a large range to choose from, including the celebrated " Lion Brand," in Men's Youths' and Hoys' Ciothing, which are just the thing. M 4 NCHESTEJR and GENERAL DEI'ARTM ENTS contain something, of interest to everyone. We are shewing some splendid, patterns in Dress Muslins, Cambrics, Light and Dark (Ground Washing Prints, Delaines, Piques, and Dress Hoilanus. Dk-ESS DEPARTMENT, is com plete, A splendid range in Dress Lengths only. No two alike. These need to be seen at once. They are very choice goods, and are being picked out. LA I) IES' I) EPA RTMEX FS and SHhW ROOM contain something] of interest to every lady. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

Trade Notices. KATANNIN6 HOTEL. G- ttcLEOB, Jnnz.f Proprietor. BmI Brands of Wines and Spirits. First* - class Accommodation for Boarders. Federal Hotel, WAGIN. HERBERT SFRAGGE, Propietor. ? Rone but the Best Brands of Spirits, etc., Kept. . ;' Travellers can rely on getting the. Best Meals at Reasonable Bates. First-cla&s Billiard Table. First-class Meals Prepared for Passengers by all Drains WAGIN HOTEL. WAG IK. J. Spratt, proprietor. Qood Accommodation for Travellers. FitEE STABLING. IMPERIAL HOTEL. BECOME HILL. W M. tfarrity, PROPWETQR. ■Choicest Brands of Wines and Spirits Kepi in Stock. First-class Accommodation for Travellers. WOODANILLING HOTEL, Woodaaiilling. E. R. BELL, Pbopb ietob. Choicest Brands of Wines and Spirits in Stodc. First-class Accommodation for Travellers. DRINK 1 E :s L'S 11» quality -is Renowned, and travellers; and Residents along the Great Southern ] Railway call for no other. Important to Parmors and Others. DARLINGTON AND M'DONALD, AUCTIONEERS, ...

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NEW HARVESTING MACHINE [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

NEW HARVESTING MACHINE We recently bad an opportunity of inspecting a Jnew harvesting machine —manufactured by the well-known Massey-Harris firm—which promises to command a full share of attention froin agriculturists. The implement is built somewhat after the type of the best combinep harvesters already in use on the Continent. The present machine is a perfected example of those which, sent out from Canada last year, were given a severe working test id several of the States of the Commonwealth. As a result, this season']! production is claimed to be thoroughly adapted to the every-day working conditions which confront the Australian farmer. An essential element of strength and rigidity is revealed on a dose inspection of the harvester, in the construction of whose I frame girder steel only of the best j quality, well stayed and reinforced, is ; employed. This rigidity extends to j the comb, which is made "of the best S springeteel, and which is, moreover, j sufficiently massive to ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Mails. — Mails for. the Eastern States and New .Zealand- close on Wednesday, Dee. 10, at LIS p m. " Potatoes.—We hare been shown, by Mr H. S/ Kanford, Government land;agent,a splendid speaimen of the early rose potatoe, grown by Mr F. W. Beeck on his block, near, Yowan-. gup. This' sample only tends' to mo re firmly convince intending settlers on the land that almost anything, can be grown in the soil of; the Great Southern districts.' . Local Enteepeise—Mt Alfred "Riehter,. wheelwright, desires it to be, known that he is "prepared toexecUte orders for similar work to tbafew.hieh-. he so successfully competed with at the .recent show. JEIis: exhibits were first prize_ ft^jilngireh" waggdn,'^first for sulky, and first and second, tor tip" dray. Police Couht.—At the Ideal police court, before Dr. P. M. House, R.M., Bob Edgehill, a rather quarrelsome, aboriginal, was sentenced to. tbreq months' imprisonment with hard labor^. at Hottnest Island, for disorderly co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

The Kateniiing -Coffee. Palace can not be 8urjiit'sfeed.'^r jne'a 1 b an-1 beds. The best of attention. CHAFFCUTTING. gELL BEOS, beg to notify the Farmers of Katanning and surrounding Districts that, having purchased a BAGSHAW CHAFF CUTTER and ENGINE, they are prepared to CUT CHAFE at Reasonable Prices. Only the Best Workmen are employed, and-we are therefore prepared to guarantee a good sample. FOR SALE.—Young JerseyBidls, Cows, Heifers, with Jersey Calves at too . T. H. STANBUEY. F E Good SULK i" and HARNESS; also-a RIDING SADDLE. Apply CASS BROS. jpiA' GHT in Trap in . my Paddock, Vi*' KANGA ROO. S.LUT. Owner can have same on pavment of ' £2 damages. "W.S.DOUGLAS, ' , 6 r - Badgebiip. G. SAtJHUEBS i (Late with A. Beeve, of Albany), Desires to intimate to the Residents of Katanning and surrounding Districts that he has commenced Business - in Carew-street, Katanning, as a PLUMBER, TINSMITH, - AND GENERAL , IRONWORKER, A - _ and trusts bv strict attention' to busi ness,, and a- mod...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

Dark Errnt Cak®,—Take l^lb of flour, lib of dark brown sugar, 21b of currants, 1 gill of brand^jlb sultanas, lib butter, 10 eggs, klb jmixedjpeel/ 'Sift the flonr,' clean" the fruit, ancktiatx together. Heat the butter and sugar together to a cream, add the eggs, two at a tufte,-~not previously beaten, then the brandy slowly;.add the fruit and flour, aud last <>f all.-the. peel. Line a cake tin with paper, but do not grease if; pour in the mix ture, and bake three or four hours. To ice the cake take the while of two eggs, 8oz of icing sugae,The juice of one lemon; beat all together apd ate long as possible Spread on the cake swith a knife, occasionally dipping the knife in water during the process. To. Cook T) ried Apples.—As the process of drying or.evaporation removes all tne water from the'.fruit, they must first be sooked. Wasli the fruit, put in basin, and cover with water. Leave soaking till the fruit is well swollen-up-to about its original size, when the waser ...

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LICENSING COURT. (Before Dr. F. M. House, R.M., and Messrs. A. E. Piesse and H. S Ranford, J.'sP.) MONDAY, DECEMBER 1. RENEWALS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

LICENSING COURT. (Before Dr. F. M. House,J R.M., and Messrs. A. E. Piesse and H. S Banford, J.'sP.) Monday, December 1. RENE WADS. James Spratfc, Wagin Hotel, Wagin, general license. Granted. W. Barry, Federal Hotel, Wagin, general license. Granted. George McLeod, Katanning Hotel, general-license. Granted. C. >S MeKeiJzie, Royal Exchange Hotel, Katanning, general license. Granted. Henry Lambert. Woodauilling Inn, wayside license. Gr inted. W.Garrity,. Imperial Hotel, Broome Hill, wayside and bagatelle license. Granted. W. Corwall, senir., Royal Hotel, Kojonup, wayside license. Granted. - John Dearie, Commonwealth Hotel, Kojonup, wayside license. Granted. W m. iSpratt, Arthur River, wayside license. : Granted. EATIKG A^O^BOAKpjJTjSilOUSE. Emily Chipper, Katanning Coffee Palace. Granted. - Ann McLeod, Katanning. Granted.

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GREAT SOUTHERN DISTRICT RECENT SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

GREAT SOUTHERN DISTRICT RECENT SETTLEMENT. The Minister for Lands, Dr. Jame son, has received the following report from the Government Land Agent, at Katanning, Mr H. 8. linn ford, for the month of October:—" The amount of land selected during the month, subject to conditions of improvement, is far beyond any previous record | since this office was opened, 111 March, J1879. One hundred and twenty-seven applications wei-e received under re sidence conditions (clause 55) for 18,051 acres; three upp 1 'cations under non-residence conditions (clause 56), for 816 acres; and 53 applications for homestead farms, 8,431 acres. This gives a toia* for fifst-class land, 12 applications, for 6,090 acres, were re ceived, and for third-class land 28 applications, for. 21,320 acres. This total of 4Q grazing, leases for 27,410 acres woiuld probably occupy an in spector for three months,, making the necessary classifications. It is easy to realise that a large number of in spectors (;wouM<...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

Swiss Pudding.—Take one pint of milk, gox of loaf sugar, the peel of one lemon, 3oz of butter, £lfc of flour, 2oz of sweet almonds and fire eggs. Boil 2oz of sugar and the peel of a-lemon, thinly pared, in a pint of milk; take 3oz of butter and £lb of flour, tp't it in a stewpan, and pour over it the boiling milk after/it is strained from the lemon. Take 2oz of sweet almonds, pound them very fine; and five eggs broken separa tely. Mix the yolks with the pudding, and letitstand till cold, then whip the whites very firm, and stir them in. Put it in a mould, tie it up tightly, and boQ. it one hour. The pudding must standafew minutes before it is turned out of the mould. Serve it with hot red-colored jelly poured over it. Plain Swiss pudding - TakeSoz of bread crumbs, 6oz of beef suet, Jib of apples, 6oz of sugar, the juice and r.nd of a lemon,,;a pinch of salt. Chop ,yery fine 6oz beef suet, and mix it well with 8oz of bread crumbs,, Jib apples, pared, cored and minced fine. Add 8oz of...

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GOVERNMENT LAND SALES [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

GOVERNMENT LAND SALES We are indebted to Mr H. 3. Kan-; ^ord, -Government Land Agent, for Hie ioUowingreturn of town , and s&bnrban "blocks sold through the Katanning Lands Office on December 2, 1902:—Katanning town lot, 158, 159, £12 each, C. J. Bungeit; 180, £12, E. B. Orover; 131, £12, M. M. Grorer ;: 188, 189, £12 each, C. K. Eabford ; 410, £13, K. V. Uren; 227, £10, G. Old; 337, £10, C. F. Wanke; Katanning sub lot, 4, £12, T. Foulkes; 20, £12, E. Wlibel m ; 21, £12, H. J. Quartet maine; Woodanillingsub lot, 125, £12 lOe, M. 3. Bell; 59, £9, A. O. Coate.

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SPORTS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

SPORTS' MEETING. A public meeting was held in the Public Hall, on Weduetday evening last, for the purpose of considering the advjsiability of eolding an athletic meeting on New Year's Day. There was a good attendance. Mr-Staribury. was voted to the chair. The following officerb were electedPatrons, Hon. F. II. Piesse, M.L. A., Mr A. E. Piesse, J.P., and the Hon. W. Maley, M,£».C Fresident, Dr House, R.M., vice presidents, Mea ns H. _8. Han Ford, J.P., T. H. Stanbury, A. Hoglin, C. 8. McKenzie, J. Barkley, A. Eeeve (Albany), B. V. Uren, C. F. Wanke, J. C. Warren, Geo. McLeod, jnr., J. C. Cook, and A.H.McKenzie? handi capper and starter, J McDonald, judges, Messrs D. Wilson, R. Hughes, and W. Harris; committee, Messrs Hughes, White, Stewart, Joseph, Hil', Bichter and Chipper. The fol lowing events were decided :—Shef field handicap, hurdles, maiden,] quarter mile and others. It was also decided to hold cycle events. A full programme will appear next issue.. GUBALLING. (feom oub own co...

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