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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903

Trade Hotices. SAVE TOUR WHEAT TfTlll . ........ TF YOUR NEW HARVESTER SHOULD STICK _|_ , 4 *•:/. ' ?•'- . lOO UP IN THE MIDST OF STRIPPING Send to me at once and get one of - r. ... ALLEN & CO.'S CELEBRATED 8 TRIPPERS. Which, are most Reliable, absolutely the Best; Thi'eshcsr, Lightest in Draught, Most Durable, Sgnply Constructed, and can be Easily Managed by even a noodle, Or if you have not purchased either of the aboye for this Season I can Supply you with one of Jmy Strippers within a few days from date of order, on -v MOST LIBERAL TJERMS. G. H. SMITH (Late Job Allen and Co.), MACHINIST, YORK. v WRITE FOR PATTERNS .AND ' T ' ■ IXlLXTSTRA.TE33 CA.T^EOGXJii3 OF ' ; ■ 1 X ■ TO HAY STREET, PERf Goods forwarded sanie da; as ordered. Money returned if goods do not please. C. R. KNIGHT & CO.. AUCTIONEERS, COMMISSION AGENTS, AND i- \ A '>• *' GEN ERAL MERCHANTS. We sell Fertilisers of all sorts, Chaff Bags, Cornsaeks, Binder Tvrine, and all Farmers' Requisites. - .1 ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903

▼agia. J. C. H Saddler > XX I». Gta»i.,GaneriI Storekeeper p FiCEl, Bootmaker • ■ fSRSiXJ. PtEBSB, General Storekeeper*. iA.DoiG,4J atelier and Baker :.jf, Sfbatt, Wagin Hotel p. 3mM( Federal Hotel

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
AN HEROIC ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903

AN HEROIC ACT. The members of a surrey party, under Mr A. R. Kelly, Lave reseutly returned to the city from a visit to Wyndham, and from one of their numfer the following particulars of a life-saving episode, in which Mr GK J.' Shenton figured very prominently: — "On October 13, said our informant, who declined to allow his name to be published, we left Wyndham in a "bd.it for the camp, the necessary equipment haying been already sent down. More tean usual trouble was experienced in getting the boatmen to safeguard the boat day and night, though the dangers which would "be fall the whole party should the boat become swamped or otherwise incapa citated were often pointed out. The utmost care had to be observed, for we had no other means of getting across the guif. and to get round by land, by holding the Forrest a id King Rivers, would eutaii a journey of at least 100 miles, and none of us wanted thit. We. roache<l the catop alright, and on October 15 Messrs Kelly and Shei...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903

POSTAL NOTICES. I&dlewing s^c ;he tin«ee at which nails j " * ro\r i lie Fost-Oflires men- | ) j> ' ■ ■ apiern viaiiy/, Sun-ia*- t*xeepi«d 12 1» p.iu )for Wagin, Narroghi, Oubballing, Fingelly i id Bererle> (noon) For Albany daily, Sunday excepted (3 jm.), Brown Hill. Cranbrook, Mt. Barker, 3 m» |Por Marracoonds, (weekly), Thursday*®, 7 TU -•For Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday*®, 7 BJ Far Gidgelbarrap (weekly) Friday*®, 7 m iEpjoaup (weekly, Friday'#, l'SO p.m

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903

inomeML Mp- Dabot, Coechboilder end Genenl Blw&emitb $m?M. Oimtr, Impend Hotel

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A PICNIC TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903

A PICNIC TRAGEDY. A picnic held at Kyau's Den, on NevTeurrs Day, wound up most tragically. Ryan's Den is situated between Cape Otway and Moonlight Head.. Captain Joseph Daliiinore I (who was tnauaging Yunlong Estate, in the Otway Forest, a property left by his father), with Mrs Dallimore, her child and ratid, and Frank Dalli more (the captain's brother), and Jooeph Wilson, a youth, formed th party. They camped on the beach. After lunch the capta'n, Frank Dalli more and Wilson rounded the head land, and went for a walk along the sea front, which is fringed with rocKs, broken up into deep chasms. Hours passed without their returning. Their absence caused Mrs Dallimore great alarm, and on her behalf 3eirch par ties set forth, without finding any traces of the missing men. It is con jectured th it they were swept off the rocks by a stray wave, which was seen to roil in about 8 p.m. On the Otway 1 coast waves of an unusual size make | their appearance at irregular inter j vals. They come...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903

E. H. SPENCER, WATCHMAKER I AND ' JEWELLER, KATANNI NO. Detention; jumiij Executed •tPerthPjrioM. -Work majfceleft with Mr. C. B&Uuy, f ".y ■ Bootmaker. Trade Notices. PORTANT TO FARMERS If? SAVE YOUR WHEAT IN TIME. -ooc— p YOUR NEW HARVESTER SHOULD STICK YOU 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 Tbreshesr, 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. -000 G. H. SMITH (Late Job Allen and Co.), MACHINIST, YORK. WRITE FOR PATTERNS AND IIjIjTTSTRATED CA-TiLLOGRJE OF TO BON MARCHE STORES. HAY STREET, PERTH. Goods forwarded sains daj as ordered. Monoj returned if goods do not please. LOOK HEBE I C. R. KNIGHT & CO., N ORTHAM, AUCTIONEERS, COMM...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ' Hn following buiineM people have ad revtieemente appearing in tbu isaue;— S3.-*. A C. PiassB, Gawd Merchant* Bros.,-Draper. X J Booses, General Storekeeper B. Bancs*, General Storekeeper. ;jP A Bancg/ Saddler v Writ. Bak*b, Butcher Jjfcand J. SQriBBS, General Blacksmiths, fFheelvrrights/etc. Lkhad, Coffee Palace |k;W: Richtib, General Blackimith and' lOfcchbuildeV P&. McLkod, Katonning Hotel j pi/ McDokaid, Hairdresser, Stationer,"etc.! IjT GoraD, Fxwterer.otc Dowxbb, Baker axtd Confectioner.

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EXCITING EXPERIENCE IN A HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903

EXCITING EXPERIENCE IN A HOSPITAL. The revivifying effects of a galva j jiic shock were stertlmg'y illustrated | in the casani ty-room of the Mel bourne Hospital, vrhen a man who ; had been picked up on the street iu a i state of apparent collapse, and who made a pathetic request to be allowed -to-die''quietly, after a jjttie electric massage instantly developed enormous : energy? and' leaped upon the nearest:, attendant. and turned the astoniehed man upside down." He then ch .sed the (doctors out of : the room, and pursued them with alarming violence into an adjoining room, where they ; ■locked the door. *He theu went back and entered into a spirited cateh-as catch-can contest with a "'wardsman. The latter eventually got the furious ' man out of the casualty-room and shut the door on him, but not before he had received a severe kick. The wardsman was just co-igratuLting himself upon the exciting incident having ended, wheii the troubles >me j individual's leg appeared throug...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903

[EsXABLISUED 1880.] GENERAL MERCHANTS and IMPORTERS, S IT M M B R. 1902-3, We are now prepared to Supply all your wants for tbe Coming Season, The bulk of our large Summer Shipments are now oil view, MEN'S DEPARTMENT contains something of imeresl. to every -man. We ea - satisfy you with our readv made Clothing.. Onr .Suits fit »cli, look well, and wear well. We carry a lar^e range to choose f froni, including the. ndebrated r' Lion Brand." in Men's'""youths' and Hoys* Clothing, which are just the thing. MANCHESTER and GENERAL DE PA HTMJ5NT8 contain something of interest fo. eyeryone. We are .showing some splendid J patterns in 1)ress Muslins. Cambrics, light and Dark Ground Washing prints. Delaines, Piques, and Dress ■ Hoi; DRESS DEPARTMENT i« com plete. A splendid - range in Dress Lengths only. No two alike. These need to be seen at once. They are yery choice goods, and are • feeing picked out, LADIES* DEPARTMENTS and SH'tW 'ROOM contain something of interest to every lady, - " The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903

Trade Notices. KATANNING HOTEL Q. XeSBOS, Jtmr.) Proprietor. Bet Brands of Winn ud Spirits. Knt* class Accommodation for Boarders. Federal Hotel, WAGIN. HEBBEBT SPBAGGE, Propietor. Pone but the Best Brands of Spirits, etc., Kept. Travellers can rely on getting the Best Meals at Reasonable Rates. First-cla«.s Billiard Table. First-class Meals Prepared tor Passengers by all A; rains WAGIN HOTEL. WAOIV. J. Spratt, proprietor. Qeod Accommodation for Trarellers. F: EE STABLING. IMPERIAL HOTEL. BROOME HILL. W M. Garrity, PBOPUiETOB. ObMcsit Brands of Wines and Spirits Kept in Stock. FirttalMI Accommodation for Travellers. WOODANILLING HOTEL, Woodanilling. E. R. BELL, Psorairron. Choissst Brands of Wines and Spirits in Stock. First-clsss Accommodation for Travellers. X>RINIC ELL'S Its quality is Renowned, and travellers and Residents along the Great Southern Railway call for no other. Important Bo Fusion ud Othaiv. DARLINGTON ARB M'DONALD, AUCTIONEERS. STOCK * STATIOlf AGENTS ABO VALUER...

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NARROGIN EXPERIMENTAL FARM [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903

NARROGIN EXPERIMENTAL FARM The director of the experimental farm at Narrogin has submitted to the Minister for Lands the following re puid for the'past half-year:— '*In July, about 30 acres were under cultivation, an i 10 more were added to it, making in all about 40 acres. One acre was devoted to the experimental plots, which had pre viously been sown by Mr Berthoud Cff the 40 acres 30 tons of splendid hay have been harvested, which I think very fair, taking into consideration the late sowing and sourness of the ground, as it was simply cleared, ploughed, and sown straight', away. Owing to want of accomodation, etc , it was deemed advisable to make hay of.the experimental plots, with the exception of three varieties of wheat, viz., crossbred No. 67, Fillbag, and Allora Springs, the seed of winch i have saved, they having done remark ably well. There are now ready an other 50 acres, which are being fal lowed. Next year I hope to have 150 acres under crop. Ten miles of four wires, an...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 17 January 1903

LOCAUNO GENERAL NEWS. . Coi,I,IErGoLDFrEI,T>S tUlLWAY.— The land aiong the route of the sug gested Oollie-Goldfields Kailwav, which has been, rererved for . some time, will be thrown open, for selec tion, under all ■clauses of conditional take priority according to iheToLite of their receipt at the head office, Perth, purchase, on and after. Monday, the 9th day February. Applications-will Kace Club.—As will be seen by our advertising columns that a general meeting will be held at Woodanil ling, on January 24, in connection with the above club. Kojosruj? A., atsu H. Society— The annual fruit and grain show will be held on Wednesday, March 4. Fmxrr Impoktatioit.—According to the report of Chief-Inspector G Buchanan, the quantity of fruit re ceived at-all ports during the week ended January 10 was 3,864 eases, of which 501 were destroyed, 231 on aecount of disease, and the remainder because of decay. The details were: Apples, 67 cases received 24destroyed (codlin moth); apricots, 43...

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Williams. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 January 1903

Williams. For. Marnvdong and Dailerlcing, Thurs at. 7.80 a.iu.

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LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 January 1903

LOCAL COURTS. F; M. -Souse, B.M., attends ilie lennentioned places on tie days *peci tie. pnrpos of conducting Loco} jAt^nit^i^^d Wed nesd ay each montli Friday eaci~inonth |^^n,:tMr3T ridalyj^Vj^ontV- ..; Lp^ntip^|a«^'W<^nes^^e^iicontli ^^f»^'Ta^45S^mlbary, -'0}erlt of Court# at Kuannin^^ieiUs-Sojonup last Wednesday in

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SPORTING Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 January 1903

SPORTING Cricket. Following is a list of matches arranged:— January 24 Carrolup r Woodanilling, at Carrolup. Fatanning r Marracoonda, at Katanning. A meeting ot the Katanning Dis trict Cricket Association, will be held at McLeod's Hotels to-night at 8 p.m. The following players hare been chosen to represent Katanning in match with Marracoonda, to-day.— B. Gi. HugheB, W Baker, E. Louther, £L Hammond, J, McLeod, C. Bach, O. S. Kealley, D. Stewart, H. Lindna, H. A. Kanford, C. B. Ban ford emer gencies, B. Hoglm, A. E. Trott.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 January 1903

, _ H. SPENCER, fja/r-'L-si- 'V • !••••. WATCHMAKER AKjD JEWELtEE, , AUSTRAL 3EURACE, of aU Descri^twns neatly Executed rnA^may be left -with Mr. C. ballur, ;:-r- Bootmaker. -•'v*^• •— Trade Notices. SAVE TOUR WHEAT IN TIME, TT YOUR NEW HARVESTER SHOULD STICK YOU UP IN THE MIDST OP STRIPPING Send to me at once and get one of ALLEN & GO '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 hot 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 IELTTSTEATED CATAEOGTTE OF ER DRAPERY TO HAY STREET, PERTH. Goods forwarded same day as ordered. Money returned if goods do uot please. LOOKHEBEI C. R. KNIGHT & CO. NOKTHA.M, AUCTIONEERS, COMMISSION AGENTS, AND GENE...

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PRODUCERS' CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 January 1903

PRODUCERS' CONFERENCE The annual Producers' Conference under the Department of Agriculture will be hel i in Perth early in March. Each agricultural society will be per mitted to send one delegate, and all notices of motion are to in the hands of the secretary in Perth on or before the 28th February. "We would advise members to consider matters of in terest to agriculture, and send same to the local secretary, in order that it may be placed on the agenda paper. We understand that it is not the in tention of the Government to hold the National Show this year, whichis to be regretted, for by these shows we are in a position to display what this district nan produce. What with our wines, fruit, flour and cereals, if the settlers took the matter in baud, our products would be hard to beat,

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Woodanilling. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 January 1903

Woodaailling. }. l. "VTiisok, General Blacksmith, etc. S. &. Beli. Woodanilling Hotel..

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BROOME HILL ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 24 January 1903

BROOME HILL ROADS BOARD. The monthly meeting of this Board was held on Saturday, the 10th inst., the members present being Messrs | T. Norrisb, T. McGuire, O. Saggers, D. McDonald and C J'P -Arey. Mr. Norrisb, (late chairman), said he hoped to have had a condensed re port of the season's wort prepared for this meeting. He had been unable to do so owing to the secretary being i away from home. He would, how ever have it attended to-by the next meeting. He desired to thauk each of the members for tbeir^lielp in carrying out the work connected with the Board. He moved that Mr D'Arcy be appointed chairman for the ensuing year, Mr McDonald said he knew Mr D'Arcy would fill the position well, but be" could not devote as much time to the wort as Mr. Norrish He would therefore move that he be ap pointed, and upon being put to the meeting, the amendment was declared carried. • , Mr Norrisb resumed tb© chair, and said he would comply with their wish provided his health (which has not beeu goo...

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