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CUBALLING. CUBALLING, Dec. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 20 December 1902

CU3ULIN8. OFBOSt OVR OVTS COWBESPOJTDBNT.) CtTBALLtNG, Dee. 18. The first match under the threat Southern Cricket Association's juris dictiou took place here on December fi, when Narrogin inet Caballing. The visiting team had first use of the wicket, and were disposed of for 27 runs. it. and E Davey were very successful with the ball. Caballing lost six wickets-for 122 runs, thus securing a victory by four wickets and 95 runs; For the latter team E. Davey played a. nice innings for 37 runs, as did also T. Butler, who made 40 not out. The second of the series of erieket matches took place on the 13th inst.; when the Narrogin Imperials met Caballing, and fared rather worse than their fellow compeers did on the previous Saturday, being all dismissed for 11 runs. Caballing responded with 44. The Imperials refused to go again to the wickets, and the match therefore resulted in a win for Qubal ling by 33 runs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 20 December 1902

E. H. SPENCER, WATCHMAKER A3SD JEWELLEB, AUSTRAL TERRACE, KATA3SEING. Bep&irsof all Descriptions neatly Executed at Perth Prices. Work may be left with Mr. C. Sallur, Eo&tmaker. Trade Notices. mportant to Farmers SAVE TOUR WHEAT IN TIME. TT YOUR NEW HARVESTER SHOULD STICK YOU UP IN THE MIDST OF STRIPPING Send to me at once and get one of ALLEN & CO.'S CELEBRATED STRIPPERS. Which are most Reliable, absolutely the Best Thresbesr, 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 lean 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 OF * TO HAY STREET, PERfH.: Goods forwarded same day as ordered. Money returned if goods do not please. HBBBI C. R. KNIGHT & CO., NOKTHAM, AUCTIONEERS, COMMISSION AGENTS, AND GE...

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ELECTION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 20 December 1902

ELECTION MEETING. Mr Mouritz, one of the candidates J at the recent Roads Board election, * addressed a meeting of the electors, at the Public Hall, on Wednesday even ing last. There was a very poor attendance. Mr A. F. Piesse, J. P., was voted to the chair, and in introducing the can didate congratulated him .011 the courage he displayed in being the first candidate who had yet sought to ap pr >ach the electors in a public m inner. Mr Mouritz said he wis placed at a disadvantage in taking the iuiti itive. •;e was pleased to place his views be fore them, and if they favored him he would expect their support at the ballot bv>x The congested state of the roads was a raut'er that required better attention. He gave instances of how this affected the district. He only had the interests of the'public in view in seeking a seat on the Board He strongly favored the separation, of the district, giving Woo&iiiiijing.ifcs own board. Being then in its 'in— fancy, a plea from it wou...

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Money Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 20 December 1902

Money Orders* IxtlSD.—Not exceeding '£5,"-6d.; above £5, aud not exceeding £10, Is.; above £10, and not exceeding £15, la. 6d.; abore £15, and not exceeding £20, 2s Interstate.—Above £l and not exceeding J£2,6d.; above £2 and not exceeding £5, Is. above £5 and not exceeding £7, Is 6d; above \£7 and not exceeding £10, 2s.; above £10 and not exceeding £12,2s. Od ; above £12 and not exceeding £15, 3s. ■ above £15, and not exceeding £17, 3s. 6d.; above £17 and not exceeding £20, 4s

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 20 December 1902

[Established 1880.] ?.*C.PIESSE GENERAL MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, SUMMER 1902-3. We are now prepared to Supply all your wants for the Coming Season. The bulk of our large Summer "Shipments are now on view. MEN'S DEPARTMENT contains something of interest to every man. We .can satisfy you with our ready made t'iojliing." Our Suits fit well, L look well, and wear well. I We carry a large range to choose from, including the celebrated " Lion 'Brand." in Men's Youths' and Boys* Clothing, whii-h are just the thing. MANCHESTER and GENERAL DEPA KTMEN1S contain something of interest to everyone. We are showing some splendid patter us iti Dress Muslins, Cambrics. Light and Dark Ground Washing Prints, Delaines, Piques, and Dress Hollands. DRESS DEPARTMENT is com plete. A splendid range in Dress Lengths only. No two alike. ' These- need to be seen at., once They are very i-hoh-e goods, and are . being picked out. LADIES' DEPARTMENTS and SHOW ROOM contain something of interest to every lady. The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 20 December 1902

Trade UTotices. KATANNING HOTEL. Q. McLFOD. Junr., Proprietor. Jgeit Brands of Wines and Spirits. First class Accommodation for Boarders. Federal Hotel, WAG1N. Xn^lSEBT SPB.AGGE, Propietor. Hone bat ths Best Brands of Spirits, etc.. Kept. Travellers can rely on getting the Best Meals at Reasonable Bates. - First-cWs Billiard Table. First-class Meals Prepared for Passengers by all X"rains WAGIN HOTEL, WAG I IT. J. Spratt, proprietor. Good Accommodation for Travellers. FUEH STABLING. IMPERIAL HOTEL. BHOOMK III IX. W M. (farrity, PROPRIETOR. Choicest- Brands of Wines arid Spirits Kept' "in Stock. First-class Accommodation for Travellers. WOODANilllNG HOTEL, VoodftwiHing. E. R. 33E3LXi, Pbopbietob. Choicest Brands of Wines and Spirits in Stock. First-class Accommodation for Travellers. 1 DEINK ELL'S EEfi. EER, Its quality is Renowned, and travellers and Residents along the Great Southern Railway call for no other. Important to Farmers and Others. AND M'DONALD, AUCTIONEERS, STOCK A STATI...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 20 December 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Mails. — Mails for the Eastern States and New Zealand close on Tuesday, Dec. 23, at 1.15 p ra. Send-Off—The name of Mr R. M. Foneeca is as a household "word on the Great Southern line. That gen tleai; « baaing lately severed his con nection with the firm of Messrs F. and C. Piesse, after a service of about 1(1 years, it was decided by his jate fellow employees to him with a me mento in recognition of his past charitable and kindly octs and as a mark of the esteem in wbich he is hold by them This presentation took place on Tuesday last, but having re ceived no notice of the same we are unable, to give but the mere details On Thursday evening last, at the Royal Exchange Hotel, a number of gentlemen assembled to bid farewell to Mr Fenceca, and make a small, presentation. Mr W. Pemble occu pied the chair, there being a large number of very old resiients present. The chairman,- in a few well-chosen words, wished Mr Foneeca health and prosperity in his new sphere, ...

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THE FESTIVE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 20 December 1902

XHE FESTIVE SEASON. Befoke we sballhave tad an oppor tunity of ap* earing before you with another issue Christmas of 1902 will have come and gone. Like many of its predecessors it has heralded pro-.; sperity in sou.e quarters of the globe, whilst in others exactly the opposite phase has presented itself. To some the day has been a day of glad tidings ond great joy, whilst., to others it has been a blank. To those who have had apparent reason to be dissatisfied with j its bir*"b everyone can extend their sympathy, hut the grand significance of the event from a historical point can never be changed by any earthly circumstance. The importance of the day may be gathered from the fact that from poorhousc to mansion alike extra -cheer is made for its cele bration, and in the most unpretentious home preparations are made that excel for all time in grandeur. The signi ficance of the event from a Biblical standpoint is one which the world can never forego, representing as it does the^ annive...

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Rates of Postages. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 20 December 1902

Sates of Postages. Letters.—If delivered at any Post-Office ■ for delivery within the postal delivery limit of such office, for every £oz., or fraction {up to 51bs, lii. Beyond such limits, for crery ioz, or or fraction of $oz., up to 3lbs, (dimen . sums not to exceed the maximum allowed for packets), 2d Post Cards.—Tf posted at any post-office fOr delivery within the postal delivery of such office, -Jd.; bevond such limits Id Packets.—For erery 2ozs or fraction of 2ozs, up to dibs Id Newspapers.—Printed and posted in the Colony for delivery beyond the boundaries of the City or Town at which they may be pub lished, and posted within one week from date , of publication not exceeding iOozs, free. For evert additional IOozs or -fraction of IOozs {each) )d. For each newspaper posted 7 rday? after publication, not exceeding IOozs, -Id, Kor every additional IOozs or fraction of IOozs, Id. Newspapers must be posted one hour before the closing of the mail by which they are intended to go

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Narrogin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 20 December 1902

ITarroffixi. For Clarke's (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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POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 20 December 1902

POSTAL NOTICES. 'Foilowinc are the times at which mails j are despatched frovn the Post-Offices men- j • tioned •.— ICatanamg. Pterji (daily), Sunday excepted 12*15 p.m - - For Wagin, Narrogin, Cubballing, Fingeliy 1 and Beverley (noon) For Albany -daily, Sunday excepted (3 fan.), Brown Hill. Cranbrook, Mt. Barker, 3 .in '•< '/ For ilarracoonda, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 j a.ra _ For Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.m For G-idgelbarrup (weekly) Friday's, 7 *. m —. Xojonup (weekly, Friday's, 1*30 p.m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 20 December 1902

F AN1! ED.—Lady Help or Companion, Apply, Mrs C. F. Wanke. Moojepin. OR - SALE.—Young Jersey Bulls, Cows, Heifers, withJerscy Calves at foo\ T. H. STANBURY. G AUGHT in Trap in. my Paddock, KANGAROO SLUT. Owner nan liaTe saine on payment -of £2 -de Jladgebup. A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL. I MCDONALD, NEWSAGENT, Has all the English and j Colonial Illustrated Christmas numbers of Newspapers and Magazines to hand; A PICTURE GALLERY FOR A FEW SHILLINGS. Also a Choice selection of Christmas Goods, including j ] Silver-mounted Pipes, Cigar and Cigarette Cases. CERISTMAS CABJ5S AND STOCKINGS. J. MCDONALD, RATA N KING, GIVE HIM A CALL. Election Notices. B 'OOMEHILL ROADS BOARD ELECTION NOTICE. The Annual Election to fill three Taeancies on this Board will fate place in the Board Room, at 1 o'clock, on THURSDAY, D£- : CEMBKR 28. I The Members who retire by effluxion of J time, viz., Messrs T. Mcfl-mre, G. Norrish, i and J. C. Jordan, are eligible for re-election. Gentlemen de...

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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 20 December 1902

rk. ■' Wagin. $or Arrhur River, (Wednesday's), at noon ;H . For Eastwood (Cronin's) 8 a.m. Monday's For Westward (Norin Lake), 8 a.m d. J)hur*day*e Bv Fbr Perth, and intermediate places, Mon | day's, Tuesday's, Thursday's, Friday's, Satur p day's, 2 p.m. j Wednesday's, 6 p.m Y&T\ For Albany, Eatanning, Broome Bill, Mt. Barker, Monday, Wednesday, Umrsday, d Friday and Saturday's, at 1*20 p.m.; Tues ■*-*18^, € p.m

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 20 December 1902

Broome Bill For Kojonup, "Wednesday 12*30 p.tn For Salt River, every other Friday, 9 a.m For Perth and intermediate places, daily, ll;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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BRAN IN HORSE FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 20 December 1902

BRAN IN HORSE FEEDING. It is a great mistake to over-con deuan bran in feeding horses (Pro fessor Warrington points out in Bis "Chemistry of the Farm") on the ground that it is laxative and highly indigestible. Oats contain 10 per cent, of woody fibre, and bran only 7.2 percent. Montz and Orandeau have demonstrated by careful experi. "ment that -the percentage of digestible materia! in bran is 93.3 and oats 75. L With respect to its supposed laxative property, bran, without the admixture of any other grain food, is the best means for correcting the diarrhoea Set up by consumption of too highly nitro genous food, such as grain in India " Durinc-fche fourteen or fifteen years I trained racehorses in that country it was my custom, for a considerable portion of the off season, to feed these, animals only on bran and the grass that does duty for hay in the Fast, the result being that I never met with a ease of a laxative condition of the bowels being set up by the bran. During the last t...

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THE CAROS FOR SETTLERS [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 20 December 1902

THE CAR03 FOR SETTLERS Settlers who wish to make the most of poor laud with the least labor can uot do so well as by planting the eairoh in quantity. This tree, known also as the locust beau, Algaroba aud St. John's bread is, in its native place, along the shores of the Mediterranean, considered so valuable that it is re gistered, as property and bequeatedby will, ft is a beautiful evergreen with glossy leaves, and small red flowers like those of the English red currant. The female flowers are succeeded by curved pods of from 4in. to 10»u. long by lin. wide, and enough of these - pods to serve for a pair of Horses on a day's journey can be carried in an oatmeal, bag. For it is a highly nutritious co iceotrated food . which, of course, for stock is better mixed with coarse feed. The ab*ve state ment may seen exaggerated, but it is vouched for by the late Baron Von Mueller, a mm with a worM-tyide re putatjoii, member of over 10 > learned societies, and admitted by the botanist who ...

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WORK OF THE LABOR BUREAU. REPORT FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 20 December 1902

WORK OF THE LABOR BUREAU. EE POET FOR NOVEMBER. The Colonial Secretary has received tbe following report for the month of November from Mr.lames Longmore, the Superintendent of the Govern ment Labor Bureau:— . "The unemployed who called at the _ office during the month totalled 540, of whom 287 had registered their „ names for the first time, and 253 were v renewals (men who had registered their names prior to the mouth). The above figures are almost similar to those 'or the month of October. The classification of trades or occupations of the 540 unemployed were as fol lows:—Labourers 210, farm hands 31, bushmen 30. carpenters 27. handy ' men 23, cooks 22, enginedrivers and ^ fitters 14, gardeners 11, bandy boys 11, painters 11, grooms 10, hotel bandB 10, drivers 9, miners 9, black smiths 8, firemen 8, grocers' assistants 7, -station hands 7, butchers 6, clerks 6, orchardists 6, bricklayers 4, boiler makers 4, dairymen 4, market garden ers 4, ironworkers 4, strikers 4, saw mill band...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 20 December 1902

Trad© Addresses. ,J. ALLEN & C(K I (G IL S.M {TH» Pix»prictor) ; Blacksmiths, Wheelwrights, —_ QQachbaihiers, Maohiiii3ta,Xronfoivn.<lers» &ic-, ARK prepared to execute Orders for Eferr . _ Desri-ipJion of Farming fnufie-ncnts, "Contractors' IronVvok, &r., Iucluding t>oth ; Stump-jumping ana Or Hnsrj Ploughs, from ; single to' five and six furrows; Scarifiers and. j Harrows, bath stumping and ordinary, all i sizes j Earth Scoops, Jior.--e Hakes, Winmnr* j irig. Machines, Waggons, Drays, Spring Vans, I Trollies, Wagmuett-s, Pony Certs, PhsBtons, | etc.' ■' "■ - ' ■■■ | Ail kiutis of Ploughs and Machine Fittings supplied: at shorted notice.. - ' ;<-■ Windmills erects, and all kinds of Pumps and ; Piping supplied ■ and fixed any whe ein. j the co? my, Repairs and Jobbing .work of j every description neatly and -promptly, exe Jeuted;1 Wheels Tyred Duilyl Horses care ■ fully shod by a first-class sbowng-srcifcbii Satisfactios! Gtrauajfrssn...

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 27 December 1902

Bjroome Hill. Dauoy, (Jbachbriilder arid General ^lackeouth • * iW.; Mi GABBimr, Imperii Hotel

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 27 December 1902

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. r^; . The following business, people hare ad ~ rertisements appearing in this issue:— .1 ;F. & C. Pibssk, General Merchants .'Scabs'Bpob.', Draper-. ■ -•"i Wm 3, RoGBRS.General Storekeeper E. K. Bekcx, General Storekeeper. Sj;; F A BBBCKy Saddler Wm. Bakku, Butcher fe^KaindSqbtbbs, General Blacksmiths, IfWheel^ritdite.etc. \ M XiBJRad, Coffee Palaice : A. W. Bichtek, General Blacksmith and LGoaehbiiilder • G. j&c&sop, Batanning Hotel K' j". MeGonAti), Hairdresser, Stationer, etc. Goran, Fruiterer, ate . J JL JIowjcbb, Baker and Confectioner.

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