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KATANNING GENERAL GEMETERY Department of Lands and Surveys, Perth, 22nd August 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 January 1903

KATANNING GENERAL CEMETERY BY-LAWS. Department of Landsand Surrey#, - Perth, 22nd August 1901. Hie Excellency the Governor in Executive "Council has been pleased to approve of the following; Bv-lawS under the provisions of " The Ceme teries Act, 1897" (81 st Vict, No. 28),. and of ''The Cemeteries Act, 1899," (63rd Viet., No. 38), for the management of the Katanning General Cemetery (Reserve 2226). R. CECIL CLI FTON, ^£Tnder Secretary for Lands. By virtue of all powers in that behalf vested .in the Trustees of the Katanning General Cemetery, the said Trustees make the following By laws:— 1. A Superintendent , shatL-.be appointed, whose duties will be-i (a.) To keep ;a Cemetery Re gister. (6) To collect all Cemetery fees.a'id pay the same to the Board of Trustees. (c.) To present returns to Board when called upon. (d.) To dig, or cause to be dug, rail graves. .>** («.) To examine and approve of, or otherwise, all shrubs or trees to be planted Within • the boundary of the said Ceme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 January 1903

H. SPENCER, WATCHMAKER AND JE WELLES, i J AUSTRAL TERRACE, JLATAKUING-. ^ntn of ®3I -Descriptions neatly Executed ? «tl?eith Prices. - Work Oiaj be left with Mr. C. Fsllur, JBootmiker. Trade Notices. SAVE YOUR WHEAT IN TIME. JF 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. 1 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 ean 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 rOF TO I HA Y STREET, PERTH. Goods forwarded same day as ordered. Money returned if food* do not ple*M. E3ZIE33R/H! I C. R. KNIGHT & CO. • NOETHAM, AUCTIONEERS, COMMISSION AGENTS, AWB GENERA...

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POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 January 1903

POSTAL NOTICES. Following are the times at which mails :*rr -'-espatehed from the Post-Offices men tioned •-— Xataxming. Pcern (daily), Sunday excepted 1215 p.m ,, For Wagin, Narrogin, Cubballing, Pingelly ftnd Beverley (noon) f For Albany daily, Sunday excepted (3 .p.m.), Brown Hill. Cranbrook, Mt. Barker, 3 p.m For Marraeoonda, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.m For Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.m F:?r Gidgelbarrup (weekly) Friday's, 7 a.m Kojonup (weekly, Friday's, 130 p.m

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SPORTS AT ALBANY HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 January 1903

sports; At .HANDICAPS. Following ar£?"ihe bandiyapsifdr the Albany, Week sports, Mr O'Grddy being responsible for the work in connection with the cycling ei eats, and Messrs . 11, Milue and T. Bennett for that of the pedestrian eyent* i—" ■>; ^ . two vrM BicrCLE iTacs. ' " Prowse ser'Stewart • • -190. Marshall " * Osesor; "90 Cooke " r. 200 Banyard?- . 90" Fryer _ 200 '-Nilen'' 10p Braun ' " ' - 230 Frazer 115 'Chittock-' 230 23Cf Hamilton 120 Costello 230 Healy 125 Prince 240 Drew 125 Pearson 250 JewellT. „ J60 Kichter ? r 250 Migro - 150 SigsUm 25o Veraey- • 150 Perkins ? 250 gPailey 4 150 Pinn ' ? f - 260... ErazerC. 160 Kicketts 270 Bailey, H. 160 Shanahau 270 Long 160 Quartermaiue 270 Hicks ■ 160 ONE StlLB BICICLB BSCS. Prowse »cr. Stewart Marshall 25 Cooke Caesar 45 . Jensen Banrard • 45 Fryer Nilen 55 Costello Eraser, H. 60 Carter Jewell, D. 65 Braun Hamilton- . 65 Chittock Healy 65 Prince Drew 65 . Sigstou Bailey, J. "70 Kichter Jewell, T. 70 Pearson Migro 70 Perkins Yern...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 January 1903

Ir you want an excellent ihealat moderate rates -try Chopper's Coffee Palace. It has no equal in the Great Southern Districts, r

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HUSBANDS WHO EMPLOY THEIR WIVES [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 January 1903

HUSSANOS WHO EMPLOY THEIR WIVES There are 'stranger things, and;, things more improbable in real life, than ea, . be foutid in works of fiction, says .a London paper. The often criticised improbability of "East: Lynnc," wherein the heroine became the salaried employee of her husbaud, and the governess of her own children .pales to a shadow when an actual case in which a discarded wife.became her huscand's general servant, and their children's nursemaid, the strange facts of which were recently pub i.shed in the newspapers. The case differed from *' East Lynne," ius'» much that the wife weut into her husband's service under no disguise, and was engaged because she had been -unable to earn her living ; her hus band employing her because she was willing to give her services, conduct ing herself-' as any other servant would, for mere board and* lodgiag.. .: Eojv nearly Four ytlars the proprietor of ,-i fashionable milliner's business in the West End of London employed; his v ife in much...

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ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 31 January 1903

ROlftO THE WORLD* There are many ways ope can de monstrate the amount .gf piuch^which one possesses, but to Mr Wil jy &cB wiegeruhau.sea ©very credit mustlbe given for having hit up<pn ^decidedly •novel mauner of sho viug%f3|crfurag% He decided some time/ago tol travel round the world on a brcyfiie, a^feat which had never before been attempted. It was in March, 1900, that Mr wiegerlMiUBcn : set out oii his journey, Star tiiig. from "Saxony, attd he has yet maey-'thpaiuindsof utiles to coyer be fnr« liis"- tour " Is t'ii ill : Thu fore^ his tour is"' completed:*;! The traveler called at the '* Town and Qountiy Journal" office, Syd«»ey, to give an account of his doings, relating "many incidents both interesting and sensational. • • Mr Schwiegershausen is a Saxon journalist of pleasing appearance, and becertaiuly does not seem to be any the. worse for his egperienees. He said he left Saxony on March 10, 1000, and after travelling across Europe, Africa and -Asia,' eve...

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POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 February 1903

POSTAL NOTICES, "following are the times at whieh mails ; (To from the Posl--Offices men- ! joned i Eatamxing. I Piern (daily), tSun'av ex ce pled 12"15 p.tn s "for Wagin, Nurmgin, Cubballing, Pingelly | ir'l Beverley {noon) ' j for Albany daily, Sunday excepted f3 ' Jim.), Brown Hill. Cran brook, Ml. Barker, 3 j p.ni I For Marracoonda, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 j a.rn For Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 p.m For (Tidgolbarrup (weekly) Friday's, 7 £.tn ivojonup (weekly, Friday's, 1'30 p.m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 February 1903

> * v.< ' **• ram Trade Notices. MPORTANT TO FARMERS SAVE TOUR WHEAT IN TIME. TP YOUR NEW HARVESTER SHOULD STICK VOU UP IN THE MIDST OF STRIPPING Send to me at once and get one of ALLEN & CO.'S 6ELEBI1ATED STIilPPERS. 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 ; ' -V : \ ; if . . ' ' * ILLUSTRATED OATAXiOGrTJlfJ . . • - OF . > ■ TO 5 HAY STREET, PERTH. Goods forwarded same, daj asxirdei-ed. Money returned if goods do not please. X-.002K: i C. R KNIGHT & CO., 3ST OBTHAM, AUGTIQNEERS, GOMMlSSIpN AGENTS, -je-i AST© GENERAL MERCHANTS. We sell FEETiLTSEESrof all sorts, CkafLBags, Cornsacks, Binder Twin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 February 1903

Nothing like Leather. Nenke, the "Wagin saddler, storks and manufactures only the best of good*, nap prices : -Riding bridles, 6s fid to 12s fid; spiders and bands, from 8s fid; collars (lined with best curled hair), 5s 6d * wv GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS LEA ING KATINNING REFRESH MENT ROOM. Sealed TENDERS (endorsed as abore) for the leasing of the abore Refreshment Stall (monthly tenancy) from March 1, will be receired by the Commissioner of Railways, Perth, up to noon on February 19. A deposit of £5 must- accompany each tender. No license for the sale, of liquor will be allowed until the lease has been satisfactorily carried on for at least three months, nor will the lease given imply any right to any license. Tender forms arid full particulars at the office of the Acting General Manager, Perth. No tender necessarily accepted. JOHN T. SHORT, Acting General Manager. KATANNING LOCAL BOARD OP HEALTH. HEALTH RATE. NOTICE is hereby given that a Health Rate of fid. in the £, v-n all rateable pr...

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OUR PERTH LETTER. SCRATCHINGS IN THE CITY. PERTH, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 February 1903

OUR PERTH LETTER, SCRATCHING^ IN THE CITY. [By " Way Ybbli Penn.' Perth. February 4. We are on tbe ere of a bereavement almost too terrible to contemplate. To-morrow we lose the editors of both the morning dailies— the "West" and the "Herald," those Great Moguls of the metropolitan press having deeided upon a holiday jaunt, each " on his own" in the Jiustcrii Slates. ■ They leave Fremantle lo-uiorrow by the R.M.3. Grmuz for Melbourne, so will be fellow-passengers with George 11. Re id and Sir Wai. Lyiie. What a time the quartet may have playing whist or dominoes for penny points on the trip across the Bight. The " Doctor" (Huekett) is a veritable whale on w ie, I am given to understand but beyond penny points at the harmless game of cards his inclination to gamble does not extend, albeit he has been a patron of the place "" tote" on metropolitan courses. Mr Leader of the Opposition Nanson is taking this holiday for the purpose of recuperating his health which has quite run down as t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 February 1903

Nenie's ^saddler, Wagin) price?:—Gent's Biding Saddles, from £2 10s; wagon saddle breeching?, jrom £2; spring cart set harness (complete), from £5; cart winters, from 8s fid to Us 6d*

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SUICIDE BY POISON. DEATH OF HENRY HEUSSLER THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 February 1903

SUICIDE BY POISON DEATH THE INQUEST. The quiet impenetrable cal m %o f Katanning township wiis rudely dis turbed on the evening of Tuesday last; by the death, under ..circumstances: pointing to suicide, of Hy. Heussler, who has been a resident of the . place; for some six or seven months, during: the latter portion of which, time he had heen employed, in the capacity of marker, at the billiard saloon of McRenzie's Royal .Exchange Hotel. On the evening named Mr Booty, bf the Austral Photo Co., found Heuss lerj lying, evidently in great agony, under a tree near his studio at the foot of Clive-street. Police aid was summoned, hut Heussler had expired • by the time P.c, Hardy had hastened to the scene. The body of the unfor tunate man was remoted to the Katan uiug hospital mortuary where a post mortem examination^ wes held. .An? inquest as to the cause of HeusslerV death isas held on the morning Follow ing. "■ . • ' THE INQUEST. . The inquest - cdhcerning* fhe death: of Henry Heussler w...

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PIESSE'S SUMMER SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 February 1903

PIESSE'S SUMMER SALE. A special preliminary announce* ment is made in the advertising columns of our to-day's issue con cerning Messrs F. and C. Piesee's Summer Sale which is to extend orer fourteen days, commencing on Satur day next, 14th inat. During the sale fortnight the prices of the whole "stock will be reduced for cash pur chasers. Goods booked will be chargep at ordinary prices. Tbe fort night will represent quite a gala time for bargain hunters.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 February 1903

^ The Premeir of South Anstralia, the.- Hon. Jenhins, M.L. A., will /risit JCafcanoing t^monwwv ari^ing^^jy;; Saturday* Special1 trainfrojm Perth. The visitor will be shown overjbe^^^ by Mr H. S. " ford. • *- • • '•' The Katanning ..Coffee Palace can aofc he surpassed formeals and beds. The best of attention. * ' Nenlte, ,J. C. H., the Wagin saddler, sup plies saddlery and 1 larness, of. best workman ^hip ut loweBt prices, to any part of the ; ; - • 7\ . -;w ; -v.:-. ..■: • &>; -- v. . ;.f- \ ; ' .7."-'-.- - " 'J" 'r---- 1 c-~ 1

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BEVERLEY. BEVERLEY, Feb. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 February 1903

BEVERLEY. Bevebley, Feb. 5. It is regrettable to have to chronicle the fact that Johnson, one of the two young fellows injured in the well blasting accident near here a fortnight: ago, has lost the sight of both eyes, and will be totally blind for the rest of his life. The poor fellow, how ever, who is still an inmate of the York Hospital, will have the full use of botharms and legs.

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Williams. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 February 1903

Willi wins. IpfSor Mjvrnulong unci Davlerlciug, Thurs Iplayfi at- 7.30 a.m.

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CRICKET. KATANNING v WOODANILLING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 February 1903

KATANNING v WOODANILLING. ' The second meeting of the above clubs', took place on Saturday last,, when Woodan-. illing more ihan avenged tlieir previous defeat by Kaianuing by winning easily by 3 wickets and 39 runs. be weak feature of the match was the wretched fielding of the Katanuing "eleven. Rat.anrimg batted first, and after the dismissal of Hughes for i9, his ojieuing partner, Haiiimijud, having made 29 by vigorous pi>y, a lot set in and the nine others were dismissed for 34, the innings closing for 72, a total the averages in which -»ere better tlian Leonard's trundling "record of 6 wickets for 31 runs would suggest. Following arc the scores : — ' ' . KATASMV0. R. G. FTughes, b Leonard ... ... H. Hammond, c Leonard b Fereors - G. R. Dlarke, e Leonard b Forrors C. R. Ranford, c Wilson b Leonaed Ii. -I Starr, b Leonard C. W. feniby, b Ferrors H. A Ranford, l.b.w. b Leonard ... "O. S. Kealley, b Ijeonard ... ... J. M'Leod, b Leonard G Bach,-c Leonard b Ferrrors ... - D. Stew...

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ALONG THE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 February 1903

ALONG THE LINE. Albany week prospeets are of the brightest. Opening—next Monday. A correspondent elsewhere suggests a rifle club for Wagin. Ail excellent idea-. Government Land Agent Mr. IT. ! Ranford is still kept busy dealing j with applications for land. ' A series of articles entitled " Arouna the Farms1' will be com menced in our next issue. Race meeting dates immediately ahead: Albany, February 12, next Thursday : Katanning, February 25 ; Narrogin. March 17. The Federal Waxworks and Mme D'Alrov'i clairvoyancy exhibition will be a feature of the Albany week side shows. The show may visit Katan ning later. The Rev A. S, Wilson,, pastor of the Baptist Church, Perth, will visit Katanning on Sunday next, Just out from York, on the Albany side, mai.y oi the farmers are well advanced with the fallowing of their land for next season W.A. Turf Club secretary, Mr Keyser. who has so successfully en gineered so in my Albany Weeks, is] to do the handicapping for the Katan ning race meeting...

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MARRACOONDA v. MOOJEBING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 February 1903

MAKRACOONDA r. MOOJE BING. The elevens representative of Marraeponda and Moojebing districts met for. the second time this season on Saturday afternoon last,, when a drawn game was the result, 'the local team batted-first, and IV Casey regis tered the tine total of 75 not out, by sterling cricket. The Marracoonda innings closed for 162. Only eight of Moojebing eleven batted, and :six of then had been dismissed for 37 runs when stumps were drawn. Folio winy .were the seores:— '-Y'-'Y MA«R.YC00N1)X. ; S. Meharry, b Wreford . .. * " -*; 4. 1.-Quartermaim*, b^lanvtherY. A. Prosser; b Wreford It- Mebivrry, b Lo-.vtber ... T. Casey, not out ... ... "Y »S. Quarter-main?, b Wreford ' A. O... Prosser, h Wrefdrd -• A. Meharry, b jOfferty ...Y Y H. Quai'teroaan.e b it nnthec - A .Q.uartermaiiie, run out -v. 1. F. Bevenn, uot .-ut - . Sundries ... ... ... Total ;• 3ioojs:»jsu^ 11. Crystal, b A O. Pr*»s->er W. Puffer ty, b A. O. Prosper (x, Old, bA,Piv»fs<-r - ... T. Hiddleton, not...

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