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APPLYING FARMYARD MANURE ON THE SURFACE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

APPLYING FARMYARD MA NURE ON THE SURFACE. Professor W. P. Massey, of. the United Stater Agricultural Depart ment, Writing on the subjectoftbe use of farmyard manure,' 'teysi—. " Many of our friends still Seep im bued with : the old ■ liking for well rotted manure.- We do not waftt.tp: let our manure get well rotted before we apply it to the land. TbWpIpsete rot the manure is in the ;«oi|, w^hWre you hare the soil to absorb eter^in_ If the manure' iB-epread on the sur face ,■ the soluble parte immediately wash into the soil, abd; the loss is smaller than in buy way the immure can be treated, far less tlmnpHingin the barnyard, either under cos^r oE not. The evaporation fromnanore spread on the surface is inainly<Oid^ water, while' tee ? ew»po]^OB^>£Rileiv piled manure is largely ammonminai volatile- form. No i - matterhowVweil : manure is handled therewill be always more or less loss from it in the barn yard than in the field. Manure on the surface keeps the soil moist, ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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Woodanilling. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

WoodanilUng. €K A. Wilson, General Blacksmith, etc. E. v&; BiUi, Woodonilling Hotel.

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KATANNING ROADS BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 6 December 1902

1CATANNIN6 ROADS BOARD "The ordinary monthly meeting of the above Board was held at the Public Hall, Katanning,. .on Satur day, 15tn ult., when there were pre sent :—Messrs A. E. Piesse, T. Gar stone, M. Croninj P. Cunneen, E. R. Bell, A. Prosser, R. McDonald tbe Supervisor (W. Pemble), and Secre tary (A. J. Lindsay). . The minutes of previous monthly meeting read and confirmed. Supervisor's report was read and received. COBBESPONDEITCE. The Under-Secretary for Lands wrote enclosing litho showing amended boundaries of reserves 7015 and 1555. Mrs Ethel Oxley (by her attorney) wrote asking for Board's approval of closing Wellstead-road, between Ka tanuing lots 247 and 248. Resolved, on the motion of Messrs Bell and Cronin, " Fhafc Mr Bagot (the ait »r ney) be instructed to place the written consent of adjoining landowners be fore the Board, when the matter will be dealt with. Exhaustive reports were received from the Hon. F. H. Piesse,. ML.A., on the proposed water supply for Xatannin...

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

Wagin. J. C.'H- Neitkb, Saddler.: . C. L. Geli,, General Storekeeper J.FACEij Bootmaker F.&C.Pikssb, General Storekeepers A. 3>oio, Bnteher and Baker J. ^PftiTT, Wagin Hotel H. SpgAGO, Federal Hotel

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

THE Circulating throughout Mount Barker, Rrooroe Hill, Katan ning, Kojonup, Narrogin Wagin, Cuhalting, and Pingelly. Phe Only Advertising Medium. ' hu the . GREAT SOUTHERN RAIL WAY LINE. ALL DESCBIPTIOXS OP NBATLYEXECETEB ' Arv"' - ■ w 1<> m ADVANCE,^ Support the Paper that Guard* Your Interests.

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

"Williams. For Marradong and Dajlerking, Thurs-. d&js at 7.30 a.m.

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Williams. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 13 December 1902

Williams. : For Marmdong and D«yh»rking, Thurs days at 7 30 a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 13 December 1902

If you want an excellent meal at moderate fates try Cbipper's. Coffee Palace. It bas no equal in theGreat Southern Districts. * Bajptist. Church."-^ The Bet.- A-. ^letters will conduct farewell services -in the Baptist Church, on Sunday,. !8th inst. The president of the Baptist Union of W.A. Incorporated, the Rev. S. Mead, M;A., LL.D., will visit KLatanning next week. He will conduct the annual examination of. the Home Missionary students along; the Great.Southern" line, and preach at Katauning on the 21st inst. Police Cg_unT.—On "Wednesday last,, at the local police court, before Or P. M. Hou.-e, it.M., &M.O., G. Sly, arrested oh warrant from the Boulder charging him with commit ting an assault and inflicting grievous bodily harm, was remanded to the Boulder. ' Election Arka-ngements. — The poll for the Roads Board election will be held in the Public Hall,Katan-. ning, on Thursday next, the 18th inst., between the hours of 11 arm. a id 6 p.m. Polling booths will also be ope...

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Woodanilling. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 13 December 1902

"Wooddmlling. A. .'Wjrabjr, General Blactemith, etc. : ;S;-Bbix. ^Toodauiliiog Hotel. ...

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KOJONUP. KOJONUP, Dec. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 13 December 1902

K0JONUP. ClBOlC OCTB COBBESPONDBKT.) Kojonup, Dec. 6. A public meeting was held here on Saturday last to protest agains* the proposed drastic alterations in the new Redistribution of Seats Bill. The meeting was well attended. Mr J. Treasure, chairman of the Roads Goard, presided. Resolutions were passed protesting against doing away with the Plantagenet electorate, the reduction of the rheinbera o£ the Legislative Council for this district, and the alteration of the boundaries. Also against the droposal to close the police station at fCojonup. Apefcition has - been forwarded to Mr A. Hassall, the member for the district, for pre sentation to the Colonial Secretary asking for the matter to be recon sidered. 'The local constable, P.c. Jones, has cardied out his duties since he has been herb in a mariner that re flects great credit on him, and is he has to go he will.be missed The annual election of the Kojonnp Roads Board, to be. held-on fhe Iffth irist., does not creat much sensation...

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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 13 December 1902

"Wagin. J. C. Saddler ; C. Xi.JOeIiXi, "General Storekeeper 3". Facet, Bootmaker if. i G. Biesse, Genenft-Storekeepera: •A. Dmo, Butcher and Baker : J^VSPRATZyWagin Hotel ;jHT.^PaACMJ,Federal-iIotel -

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CORRESPONDENCE. ROADS BOARD ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 13 December 1902

ROADS BOARD ,ELECTION. .. TO XHB EDITOR. ~ . Sir,—Now that the Roads 'Board elections are near at hand,, we are called upon to make our choice and^ vote for the candidates we fmost. favor, and I certain!j think every ratepayer or person entitled to vote should exer-V cise that privilege and use-bis best judgment id his selection, without fear or favor, irrespective: of their being ** jolly good fellows."; 'Judging by the roads; in our district all "will roadily admit that the members of the Board must, have worked admirably, especially considering the email amount of money at their disposal, and the thanks of the .towns and dis-: trict are due to them. However, as < the towns and the district are growing more in importance, and with the out look of being compelled; ia the near j future to pay a heavier rate, the rate payers and voters are justly entitled to know more of the intentions and opinions of the candidates, add per haps more in particular of ; the doings of the B...

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 13 December 1902

.Broome Hill. Coachbnflder and General y !Slack«.mid] ' W. M. GiBBiTr, Imperial Hotel

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LAMB'S LODGER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 13 December 1902

IAMB'S LOOSER. (Br J. G. Youkg.) "Lamb hail a nice little villa out Claremont way, and. in order to sup plement his income, took in lodgers— sometimes -the lodgers took him 11 He was always in trouble over his lodgers, and the last lodger w is, with out doub<\ thr worst of a!i. Lamb was something in the city. Precisely^ what, no one ever knew. At any rate: he left home about-9 a in. and returned about5pm. This last lolger came one evening in June, with two (Glad stone bags, an umbrella, and a shower of rain His name was Papcastle. ~ Mrs Lamb answered the door. - . . Good mornibg, madam; I notice you have apartments to let. "yes," Mrs Lamb replied, "sbe had." ' " Could he see them ?" " Certainly ; please walk in." He walked in. was u-hered into the parlor, and greeted Mr Lamb with a kindly " Hood evening." >1 r Lamb volunteered to show him the rooms, and preceded him upstairs, carrying a lighted candle. The rooms were de lightful; " The very thing.'* said Mr Papcastle. ...

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 13 December 1902

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. The following business people hare; ad ■■■ T#rtisemont e appearing in this issue:—v ' - Z&tanning. r. A C. PiESSE, General Merchants ■ Casb Bros., Draper. ....s..... \Vm J RogbIib, General S torekeeper 3D. R. Befcx, General Storekeeper. ;P A Bbeck, Saddler Wsr. Bakhb, Butcher? . v . J. and J. SQCiEke.General Blacksmiths, "Wheelwrights, etc. • - , M J-.EBAD, Coffee Palace ^ A. W. Bichtbb, General Blacksmith-and 'sCoachbuilder; G;. McLeod, ICatanning Hotel .McBo»Axi», Hairdresser, Stationer,etc. • J "Gonin, fruiterer, etc H. JIojvk.be, -Baker and Confectioner.

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NARROGIN. NARROGIN, Dec. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 13 December 1902

K A«uottiN, Dec:.10. m The annual concert :of the ^iarrogin ^tcitie sehiiyl Wits;held in the Agricul tural llall ui) Friday* and from every point of view. was a great success. The way in which some of the pupils a.l*quittL;d them-<eived ; was not.>- only ere iitabie to them^eives, =but reflected; great credit upon the teacher, whose .care aud- unremitting attention- to the large number of children nude" his' control wCTe directly responsible ipr theumjualifiedsuccess resulting from I hie efforts. The hail wag ..packed to tho doow, standing -room eveubeihg at apretnium. The chairman, Mr.M. Brown, iu a few: appropriate remarks referred in feeling; terms to tbepast year's work of Mr B» I Purvey, jtliej head teacher, as -evidenced by the re suits both of the inspector's exutnina tionaud of the school concert. Mr BrdWUV during an intei val of the pro*; jifauitne, .distributed the prizesinthe shape ot medals for attendance ou> evbry school day duriug the year werA gained ...

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LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 13 December 1902

iOCAI. COTJB.TS. -;r' it; IT.' M.. ~ Souse, ; R;M., ^attends, the undermentioned places on the days Speci fieflj •' for the . purpos of conducting Local .Courts:— \ - •' • • Xatanning, third Wednesday eachmontir Karpoginj' second, Friday each month . JTagin, third riday each month / . KojonUp, last Wednesday each month Mr. T. IT. Stanbury, Clerk of Courts at. Eatanning, visits Ifoionup.laBt Wednesday in vtoaeh month.,.. I'■?% ' *«{' f

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 13 December 1902

i£«TA.Br,ISIIED 1880.1 .&C.PIESSE GENERAL MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, SUMMER, 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'S DEPARTM KNT contains jt ^uiethiug of interest to every man. p-Si We or.n satisfy you with our ivadv made f'lothinu.' Our Suits fit well. ife'-i - .look well, and wear well. ! "We carry a large range to choose l^from, including the celebrated " Lion p© Brand," in Men's Youths' and Boys' X:. Clothing, which ace just the thing. I: M ANCHESTER and GENERAL1 ^"""DEPARTMENTS contain something interest to everyone. j V ■ . |i.' We are showing some splendid patterns in Dress Muslins, Cambrics, 1 Light and Daik (* round Washing -v;*. Prints. Delaines, Piques, and Dress ■ ~ Hollands. DRESS DEPARTMENT is com Ivi^plete. A splendid range in Dress S^Lengths only. No two alike. g|lv Thej^: need to be seen at once. jj.>- They are very choice goods, and are being picked out. 'SS-....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 13 December 1902

Trade Notices. KATANNING HOTEL. O ttcLEOD, Junr., Proprietor. Seat Brands of Wines and Spirits. First class Accommodation for Boarders. Federal Hotel, WAGIN. KERSSB.T SPBAGGE, Propietor. None but the Best Brands of Spirits, etc., Kept. Travellers can rely on getting the Best Meals at Seasonable Bates. First-claos. Billiard Table. First-class Meals Prepared for Passengers , by all -trams WAGIN HOTEL, WAGIN. J. Spratt, proprietor. Good Accommodation for Travellers. / , . PiiEE STABLING. IMPERIAL HOTEL. ',L s5 W M. Ofarrity, ' PROPS'! ETOR. . Choicest Brands of Wiiies and Spirits Kept in. Stock. ... First-class Accommodation for Travellers.. WOODANILLING HOTEL, Woodanilling. E. E BET iTi, Peopeiktoe. Choicest Brands of Wines and Spirits in Stock. First-class Accommodation for Travellers. Its quality is Renowned, and travellers and Residents along the Great Southern •Railway rail for no.other. Important to Pawners avid Others. AND STOCK & STATION AGENTS ^ AND VAIAJEBS, ' ' •%. e...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 13 December 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Mails. —- Mails for the "Eastern States and New Zealand close on Wednesday, Dec. 17, at 1.15 p ra. The Wheat Market —With pre sent indications farmers who are ac ceptmg 58 6d for forward delivery are acting wisely. Hepurts from the Eastern States show that the droughts have broken up, and we may look forr waid to.a large surplus for the forth- j coming season. This, of course, will only affect those holding. We have information which permits us to state j that 25,000 bags will shortly belauded at 48 3d, c.i.f. Fremantle. This, on the face of it, is an absolute indication that the present prices must recede. And, then again, take the flour mar-, ket. Californian flour is being offered at £9 10s per ton, c.if. Freinantle. This spells ruination to the millers who attempt to buy in the present market. T ben another consideration arises. The prices for mill offal are rapidly receding—consequent on the breaking up of the brought and the plenteous supply of feed—and...

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