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WOODANILLING. WOODANILLING, Feb. 5 [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

WflODANlLLING. W"ooDA.KiLLrxG, Feb. 5 F.and C.Piesaes new store bereis faBt approaching completion under Mt WbiteV supervision . t situated on Pobin sun-road, close to the .railway! station, the new premises, built of -iron and jarrah, will be the largest- in the township. - The dimensioiis of the mainbuilding are 45 by25 (outside measurement*), the store-being :3{) by. 24,with a lBft verandah i^k^ .and , -front ;..tbe. small store at the bach being 161% 10, and office 1Q by .74- , ■ FarHiers are stili bringing, . and.; Sending inr tbeir wheat, and the station -is always glutted with consignments. It lis. some weeks now since our re sidents petitioned the Government for .the station yard to. be closed in. .and a large building provided in order that. tbe. wheat could be stacked in a . position safe, from the straying cattle,; but up! to the present no result..is : evideiii; It is considered, that the: member fur the district should stir up thepowera .that be" in authority i.D .-Pbrt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

;:NothinglitorLeather. - NenkejtlwWagin saddler,. stocks-rod. manufactures-only &• best of goods. - riappricesRiding bridles, ■ 6s 6d to ISs lid; spiders end bande.from 6s 6d j collars (lined with host curled hair}/ Ss6d*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

[Estabt-tshed 1880.] GENERAL MERCHANTS? AND IMPORTERS, SUMMER SUMMER DRAPERY, BOOT AND SUMMER SALE - FOB < - 14 DAYS, COMMENCING! TO-DAY, SATURDAY, . FEB, ,14. ''" Our whole Stock will bp Ke j.". •'= • : M DAYS,' BOB CASH ONLY. : Booking during the Sale at We wish to make a Clearance •before taking stock. "hj i* ^ i. ^ ' - "• > Balance of Summer Stock at , B v your own price. - ODDMENTS I %. ■ JV"\' i • - St?!1'vv r ' ^ fob 5 'COMMENCING! TO-DAY, FDB CASH ONLY. Ts- l,." «| > s ' • ' - F. & 6. MERCHANTS w NOTICE. Ail communication* intended forinsertion in the ae columns must be addressed to the Editor, and must be accompanied bj the name and address of the Writer' Secretaries of racing, ToOtbUli, cricket clubs, ' f = orother public bodies' are respectfully requested to forward any- items- of news that jmay be of interest to the public or of benefit to ^heclubs. This is particularly desired, as it is intended to male the GJ3. Hhrjlld a paper for the people. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

Trade Kotices. G. McI.EOI>, Jtmr., Proprietor. Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. First class Accommodation for Boarders. Federal Hotel, WAG IN. J. A. BARRY, Propietor. Hone but the Best Brands of Spirits, etc.. Kept. TravelterT can rely on getting the Best Meals _ at Reasonable Barfeg. ^ _ ' First-class Billiard Table. First-class Meals Prepared for Passenger? by ail 4. :uiw A Gil. iiETOR. . s;-; Good Aworomodation for Travellers.. I P STABBING. IMPERIAL HOTEL. .BROOM# ILiLL. f " ' «' -• ' •' r ' W M. (rarrity, PHOP-iEfOR. Choicest Brands of .Wines and Spirits Kepi •• in Stock. First-class Acconimodolion for Travellers. WOOOaNiLLING HOTEL, "Woodanilling. E. K. HPOI.jTj, BBOPBIETOE. Choicest Brands of Wines and Spirits in Stock. First-class Accommodation for Travellers; DRINK lt> quality is Renowned, and travellers and Residents along the Great Southern ' Railway cali for no other. Ijnporfcantto Farmers and Others. AND it STOCK &' STATION AGENTS T " AND VALUERS, YORK . ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Ukavoidablt Hkld Otbb. Premier Jenkins's"Sudden Stories,** " Along tie liine," Albany racing result, No 1 of "Around tie Farms'^ series/and a budget of J jKojonup news. " ' * Kojo»p? Mail AwBEA^^-^Tli* tea?1' will, in future, close at BroSmsT Hill on' Fridays at 12.45 p.m. Correspondence from ■< Katamung will therefore require to go to Broome HQl by Thursday afternoon's train. Tbb Local TBMPBBATBfcB—Sunday, 79 degrees; Monday, 93; Tuesday, 99;" Wed nesday, 83; Thursday, 87; Friday, 85. Mb B. V. Ubik.—This gentleman who has for so long been identified, as manager, with' the success of the agricultural depart ment of the firm of F. and C. Piesse, left K&tanning for Narrogin on Wednesday. Mr TJren has serered his connection wilh the firm referred to < and. has taken over, on his own account, the agricultural machinery business conducted bythe firm at. Narrogin. In the personality and business ability of.'Mr; Urpn Katanning's lots is...

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"ADVANCE NARROGIN." [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

** ADVANCE NAEBOGIN." Feom a local correspondent comes the highly. encouraging nevrs that" Advance Narrogin," : the watchword-of oursister township is being emphasised in a Very practical -manner in the district by the extensive budding-operations now fn course of progress., No.more positive indication: of : th§ increasing importance jand prosperityof a township than tbeerection of substantial, bnsinees premises and dwellings can be realised. The growth of the centre of a district under such circumstances if, other conditions lending warran t,.. us ually assured, ; permanently not temporarily... The budding operations in themselves prove the township's own best advertisement as much.among hotly, resident* "df adjoining 'districts al with ^lie public journeying past by: rail and tnose at "a far dlstenoswho-enly vesd-of -the-operations. • The population of Karrogin and its immediate -district has-not, ft 'is: more thim '^tiBfactory to learn, beenof '« fleeting Order, The many agricult...

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Williams. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

Williams. For Marra.long and Davlarking, T3mrs ^ajs at- 7.30 a.m. , .

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THE PREMIER OF S.A. THE HON. J. G. JENKINS. VISIT TO KATANNING. BANQUET IN PUBLIC HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

BANQUST IN PBBfclC HAI.I* . By last ^tpiriayaft»rncM>ri,s Albany "Wed| 8pe@ai 'tnin ^m Pc^ due .fail reach here atjytS aim . on the fol .lowing monung.but two hours' late, the Sitm lobi #3fpstlj Jenkins, Premier pf the State of "South Australia, arrived -ou visit to 4be district. The distin* guest of the Hon . B; M.L. A,and was met hpon hisairivaf and driren to " Kohe|ia/, x The flprij mot^ing Th^ „^^rasr shown ..^pvwv. BiieseV flonbsbing " and &rm . nroperjtTi and. lafar, taken _*= orer the flour-mills. Subseqoeutlya " Vjsit , wa.s. paid tp :ifaie - ipiM ,v' r Lands A gencjwbere Jbtr Mi ;; fordexplained In!'4e^)J|^^a^^giip^'' recorded in the local o$ce ifa zfai^BOt'"^ to the immense acreage* of ^ torsi lands .Sereeted under the Condi* • tionalPurohaBeandHomestead Parma Aet in the districts aiding the Grtst Southern line. On Monday after- ; noon Mr Jenkins ira* driven out to - and around M^ojebin.Mairacoonda, . and pther adjacent districts by 'Mr Fiesse, ;a large number o...

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Woodanilling. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

Woodamlling, flOK^A. Wiisok, General Blacksmith, ete. ||fE;B.iBBjiWoof]aiittling Hotel.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

JTenlp's (Wilier, Wagin) price#:—OmVi Biding Saddled fmiii £210*+ wagon nddle br»ec)ungB, }r jm £2 ; %pring :e*rt set harneM ■ (complete), from £o-t cart winkera, fipm 8e6d tolls fid • "V" Y ."J 171"-*

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MARRACOONDA, v. WOODANILLING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

Mabbacoostoa T. WOO»AiaX.MW». Playedon Saturday last. WonbyMarra coondaby 13 runs. Scores y— ■ . MarbaCOoSDA. . W.Mebarry b Leonard , .... 1 vJ . Li Qrartomsim, 1> Ferort ... ' 4: \ T. Meharry, b Gray ... ... 28 / S.'Mebarry, b Fsrors ... . 5:v• • A. C. Pros»artb Ferora . ; v.«ir 0; f- A. ProB5er, c Andereon, bFprora f S. ^twmuse, p. ;b »IT •'?'? - iir; I V' * t'Sundries- A':' • "" ToW. ... . ... •*- ,.V.i7;. WOOBASrXKUTO. • "<• £. Leonard, b praser ... . ..... B . • W. Feron, b A. G. Prower ... 10 W. Qmj, e .W. lldtuiT, b A ■. C. Prower " "3 - ' A- Wilson, c T. MehRrry, b A C ■ "ProaeOr^ •' 1"". G.Anderaori^b A C Ppomw" ... 10 . : Gs^beU, b A Pnwser.... ... ■ 8: Gilchrist, c 8 Meharry, b A froner ... ... ... Of Blair.oofcoufr ... ... .i. 6> tfilaos, b AG Froaau ... ...^ 3 Sundry .H •• ...1, i V Total ... * ... 44

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CRICKET. KATANNING v. CARROLUP [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

XATA.NKING T. CABBGLUP In to-day*» match the Katanning . eleren will be: 8. IlHughes, H. Starr (capt.)» J. Mc Leod, O. Kealley, D. Stewart, H. Lindna, C. Bach, W. Baker, J. E. Ciarke, H. Banford, and G. R. Ranford,

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SANITATION. ALONG THE GREAT SOUTHERN [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

SANITATION. ALONG THE .GEEAT Jpntrai i$ofu&v££; Bpeetoraratiiwoe<r to Pert^ J^Bt week" from An extended tour of . inspection .embracing, most iof ..'the. State from". Cue to Albany, including the- metro politan area, and have banded in tbeir reports. . They, are particularly in teres ting as giving the general view of% bow the Health Act is administered' .•—or not administered—in the various ; localities along the Great Southern -railway line. The Central Board in a report on ■the. work of the inspectors states : — " To consider local administration first. In most cases, after they have arranged& -.snore or .lees, efficient ... sanitary Service and appointed a health ~ - inspector, tbeyseem to consider every* v thing -baa /been done. The sanitary inspector's position is generally addra _ to that of town clerk, or. some other official, possibly even the sanitary contractor himself, with a considera tion for allowing bim^e) f to be called ; such. But they ra...

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BULLOCK HILLS. [COLBININE.] BULLOCK HILLS, Feb. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

". XC0EBYKDffE. j v" Bullock i Jills, Feb, 10. There jet remains a fair quantity of wheat to be seat into itatanning: from here, Mr Gk Manser having 100 bags or more which he will aend in* within the next fortnight: ^ The roads to Bullock Hills from Glencoe wants clearing badlj. :

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LAND SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

SETTLEMENT. The following is the return of ap plications for land settlement along the Greai Southern line ; approved diuing the month of January :-r '? •• Conditional' Pqrchasea.-r-W01iama^ 58 applications, 8j265 acres ;Kojo nup, 20 applications, 2,^5 acrefc ; Plantagenet, fire applications,., 566 acres. Homestead l^rnw.-^WiHiams,. 29 applications, 4,540 acre®; Kojonup, 12 applications, 1,884 acres; Planta genet, four applications, .640 acres. Grazing Leases. — Williams, two applications^ 1,615 acies; Kojonup, five appiicatiohs, 4,000 acres; £lan*; tagenet, three applications, 2,130 acres. 4<. ' . Totals, Agricultural lands—for the w|ipleState— (the statistics for De epmber being,given in parentheses) — dries teadr,)rari^.,"89(94y;app create, fireapplicatioris, 9031 acres. "Grazingleases, 2$ ; (23) applications/ 25,180 (j31,12>) acres; increase, five Mplicationa, decrease, 35,940 acres. Conditional. purchases under Land Purchase three applications, 263a3r3Qp. ,'Poison...

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OUR LETTER BOX. EDUCATION OF CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

OUR LETTER BOX. EDUCATION op cuildbbn; Sir,—Knowing that you. are ever ready to- Ventilate any' question for the betterment nfagriculturists I will ask you to enquire how many children in this your district are growing up without, education other than that given by. their parents outside the pale of uLecpinpidtow clause ot our Education,j|ystem (Tknow you wilt find- it appaltingX. , Without wishing todisparage our excellent system so farns it: reaches I ,think something should be done whereby all could be given an equal o.hanee in the battle of' life. Some get,a.little advantage by uur railways, bpt why. not. ^ect dor mitories sp , thatt he children cpuid staythe wk,. orwhatever time-was agreed upon. The cost would be only very little, and if some disciplinarian say an arihy pensioner, was put in charge to see that they kept them selves and belongings, as beds,, ration lockers, etc. cleanT and orderly,. they would be reciving ji useful education in that liiie.'' aw. aettlemept ,qf t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

IE. H. SPENCER, PfjATCHM a k e r and jeweller, austkaI, terkace; „t - KAT-AIv NTNGh. , K> - ' ; ^ fepoirsof, all Descriptions neatly Executed - . at Perth Prices. may be left with Mr. C. SalluTj Sparting. AT4JSJSim ' TURF CLUB ANNUAL MEETING, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY go, 1903; Handicapper, .Mr E. C. D. KEYSEE, PROGRAMME. 1—Hakdicap Hubdlk Racb, of 10 soy*, Second horse to receive 2 sors from the Cr" stake. Three starters or no second manor. Nomination, 5s; acceptance, 5s. One mile and three quarter. 2—It Ail) en L'LATKj-of It) sovs, second horse ' to "receive 2 sovs and third horse 1 sov front the stake. For horses that have - never won advertised money; weight for age. Nomination, 5s - acceptance, os. One mile. [ 3—Katannixg Cup, of 25 6ovs, second ho ran to. receive 4 sovs from the slake, Nomination, 15s; acceptance, 10s. One j mile and a qnaricr. j 4—Galloway Stakes ^handicap), of 10 : !sovs, second horse to receive 2 sovs and. third horse 1 sov from the stake". Fori horses 14.2 an...

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KATANNING T.C MEETING. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

KATAKKING T.C MEETING. THE NOMINATIONS. " Following are the nominations receired for erects :on the programme foir the K.T.C. annoalrare meeting. : Hurdle Race. Oue mile and three qnartera. .-rrLittle Will O, Acrobat If.,' Ladj Fairfield. • Maiden - Plate. Onemiie.—Blue Bell, ] Primrose II.,Zone, Woodanilling, Hsrkaway, Seldom-Fed, Bich Blue. ?•-; . / Katauning Cup. One mile and a quarter. ^Jtirina, Little Will O, LadjrAtbany, Prim rose II., Fidria, Woodaniliing, seldom Fed, li«dyClare, Roseland. GallowayHandicap. One mtle—IaHjr, Slue Sell, Floria, Sailor Boy, Zone, Light-. foot, Mermaid, Jack. , .. ' Ladies' Bracelet* One mile.-^-Starina, Little Will O, Acrobat ill, Lady Albany^ Primrose Hi, Floriat Woodivnilhng, Halt": a War, Seldom Fedj Lady Clare, Homeland. -v farewell Handicap. : Steele, Valentine, Vixen, lrene. Xhe Consolation Handicap and Had Bade «e pdit entry eTmrt3. " " r-" ~*rv>

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Money Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

"Money Orders. IwxAKB.—Not exceeding £5, 6d.; above, S, and not exceeding £10, "Is.; above £10, jand not exeppding-£15, la. 6d.j above £15, " id not exceeding £20, 2s ' ^stbbstatr.—Above £1 and not exceeding '2, 6d.; above £2 and not exceeding £5,■ la. Sjpve £5 atid not. exceeding £7, la Cd ; above ty^and , not exceeding £10, 2s.; above JiO and not exceeding'-£12. 2s. fid"; nbtno *12 «nd not exceeding £15,~3s, ; 'above j§15_«nd not exceeding £17,, 3a, 6d.; above Tl7*nd not exceeding £20, 4s

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TURF TOPICS. [BY "CENSOR."] RACE MEETING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 February 1903

TURF TOPICS. [Bx " Censok.] RACE MEETING FIXTURES. February 18.—Mamberkine-J urakiae February 2S —Kabanniog. - • • March i i.-4-Newcastle. March 17--Narrogin. . March 17-RaTenrthorpe. The EatanniBgT.C, annual Cup meeting itakei- place next Wednesday week. /, .hericb Newmarket HanjiicaF^rUl be ae cided atiSleinington hext-^tnrdaylireek. > . Mrt'E!. jCt u Keysets' weight*. foFlLUjanr~ "n!ngiCop .; meeting ayent^ are due tp.be.4e- ' dared, to-day. . .. .. . .." :?, - A Calcutta Sweep on tbe Katadidng Cuj) will be promoted at the Boyal Exchange -Ho tel ■. ' : Most of the horses which participated at the AlbariyCup meeting on Thursday will take, part in the Eatanning meeting! A.mecting of the committee of the Eatin ning Turf Club will be held at -• o'clock to night at the Kaianning Hotel. Eusines-— important, the election of a judge, and. aSewanjs,- the approral of applications for amateurs (members of the club/ "pesirbus of • riding in the'Ladies' Bracelet at the forth coming race me...

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