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

DIRECTORY, ffihe following business people hare ad •rtlsenicnts appearing in this issue: -7' ■^iV: --'V '-gatanwing; • ' , &;G PiESSE, G eneral Merchants *«■ Bros., Draper. |Tlt j Rogers, General Storekeeper |-^H; Bekg2, General Siorekeeper. ^ B^kck, Saddler - {Tm-'Bakkr, Butcher Sj.and"3. Squibus, (General Blacksmiths, ta&lirHghtfe, -etc. . . , pF&MA®, Coffee Palace , 1 'V?W-. Bjchtbb. General Blacksmith and ,:Mc'Bbod, Katanning Hotel Hairdresser; Stationer, etc. 3i ^Goirr.i», Fruiterer, etc • .vBowsbb, Baker and Confeotioper. 1

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

lOCAI. courts. piDr. - F." M.- House, R.M., "attends the idennent ioncd - places on - the - days - spiel-' |edf. for the purpofc of conducting Local jurfcs:— " • ^ Latanning, third Wednesday e\ph .month |vRarrogin. second Friday each month P |"Wagin, third riday each month ; ojonup, last Wednesday each month Jy. T.i-H. Stonbitry, Clerk of Courts at jimning. visits Kojonup last Wednesday in aeh month.

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

Wagin. Iffi-.C'JT- Nknkb, Saddler 3;iA4BM,feDeial Storekeeper r. Facet, Bootmaker Piesse, General Storekeeper* i. TioiO, Bafcelier and Baker ^i^PKATr. Wagin Hotel Federal Hotel jS&V$V/C.-i" '' ■— ■

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

Broome Hill. •Coaehhuilder and General! ckfjnith /. - j fc, M, Gabbitt, Imperial Hotel I

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OUR LETTER BOX. WANTED—A BANK HOLLIDAY TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 February 1903

OUR LETTER BOX. WANTED—A Bank holiday TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—Allow me the apace, kindly, to write in" advocacy" of "the idea of seeurmg.a Bank .Holiday for Katan ning on Wednesday iiext,. the occa sion (of the, focal turf club's annual Gup race meeting. The Government should be approached and asked to declare that day, the 25th, h Bank Holiday. It is not enough that the usual Wednesday half-holiday will -eventuate on that date. The hard worjfed quillrdriving bank -officials need, add deserve, one whole day'i relaxation from work now arid again, and the; public holidays .are,. of late, only too few and far between. Trust ing that the Government powers that hfl will ram fit to declare a Bank I Holiday oil the 25ih.— -I am, Ac;, A:,BAS k customer. Katanmag, Fel). 19.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 February 1903

ttlSS A. F.-HAMtfiSLEPS The many Friends of Mies Amy Florence Hamepilfc.j'jiflaughter of the late-.-Meicol»n Tra^ori Hsiinersley and the late Catherine Wiiiieltnine Habferslej; of' Arthur.' jKjjrer, vnil hear with, pleasure of her marriage to Mr E. J. Kcnuedj, Postmaster,'of DayThiwn; The ceremohy was performed by ihe Seir F; T. Bovren, . Curate in Charge ..of _ Wagin, iu St George's: Cathedral, Perth, on Tuesday, February 10. ; The bride,- who looked exceed ingly charming in her' bridal attire Of white -silk withrich loco red .and.wreath, of orange blossom's, was giren asir by Mr A. Qi Mkr -fleet. Mis? Alice Marfleet, who. wore a pretty dress of light- blue silk, acted arTnddesmpid. The best ihanwas Mr Kennedy, cousin of, the bridegroom. Mr B. -D?Arcy Irvine^ organist of? St George's Cathedral, played the *' Bridal March" as the bride-entered the Cathedral and proceeded to the chancel steps, and Mendelsohn's." Wedding March" at the conclusion of the ceremony. A. reception was held ...

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POSTMASTER GRATWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 February 1903

POSTMASTER ORATWICK. " Why is itthatBrobme Hill and Wagin folk can dispatch minis to Perth twice on Wednesdays, by the* mid-day and night ex preastraina, and. that the1-sarue privilege is denied "to Katar.ning people ?" was aake l Mr ^mtwick, tbfc hard-worked Post mid! Tisle graph master, hy our interviewer. ".But they can't do so. It's a mistaken idea that that has gained occeptance as fact," was the -reply. "It's this "way. Only onemaiiis dispatched ,to the city from Broome Hill and "Wagin on Wednesdays. No maid-is madeup atjmid-day at~either place, the onemadtkait day closing at. 6 p.tn as you'll see in the cur rent Postal Guide (able of the times of die pitch of mails. •••.: " Stillj 'jfc ftratwiek/TOii'lI admifc tlie Wagin business "people cap actually receiTe business letters from J'erth by Wednesday aftemoon'iytrain anil .itifei-:.i*?pUei thereto by t^e saniebightVexpress," can they not P. And ' tUitt; proilege is denied to Katamung people?" " Yes, that's so, but I'm 6nly c&a...

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INTERVIEWETTES. STOCK INSPECTOR CLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 February 1903

INTERViEWETTES. STOCK IUSl'EOTOK G-LEJf. . Mr G. A. ^lepi the^rnBp^eto^ ^datioiiofl in the Great So ht hVrw diitrwt^—liii lj eaA q uarters being afc^Wa^ri—b^-the -Stock Department, arrived in" Katanning on Monday, and leaves ■for Wagie -next Monday; Caught by our re presentative Mr Glen was questioned con cerning his resent trip tb the south and sou' western districts. >' •* "What round did you go?" <?WelL to Kojonup and thence to the Blackwood; thence through Bridgetown, Gordon Hirer, Mt Barker, Cranbrook, and back to Katan uing. " And what of your inspections and inves tigations ?" " Oh, I went out to see that the stock dipping regulations had been com plied, with." ... " And ,had they ?" " Yes, thoroughly, The farmers right through the round I made had already dipped their sheep for the eradi cation of ticks, The dipping bid beien gen eral, and done.well,too." . . .. .. " What were the aftei;-harre8t feelings in * the ^districts you went through?" "Very satisfactory...

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KOJONUP. KOJONUP, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 February 1903

KOJONUP. Kojontre, February 17. The residents of this district are greatly dissatisfied' with the new huui time tahle which came into force on, the 9th inst. This service has apparently been franjpd to suit the contractor, the public'being a seeqndapc consideration. "We were always upder the' impression; that mails were run for the con venience of the public, but it appears in this' case, according to the new arrangements, it is not so. The Katanuing -mail leaves Eojonup, on Monday .morning at ;5 a.m., and leaves Kataniong for Eojonup at 12 noon on the j same day. This is a useless mail as it does 1 not even wait for the up train mails from ; Albany. The mail that arrived on Monday last had hardly anything for Eojonup people. The Broome Hill; mail leaves Eojonup on Thursday - and returns on Friday- W hat would befonnd an acceptable arrangement for Eojonup is that the Broome Hill mail should .run on Tuesday and return on Wed nesday aB. usual, and the Eatanning mail run on Saturday. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 February 1903

Nothing like Leather. Nenke, the Wngin saddler, stocks and manufactures only the best of goods. Snap prices:—Riding bridles, €s 6d to 12s 6d; spiders and bands, from 8s 6d; collars (lined with best curled bair), ] 5s«d« -

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POLICE COURT. KATANNING, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13. (Before Mr. H. S. Kanford, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 February 1903

KmBKiso, FutiiAti, FsBnuA*r 13. Kanford, J.P;) John AVooiloy Waii presented* on ] the above date, on a eharge o? dis orderly co id net. T*he evidence, of P.C, Ilardy waa to the efiect that on the erening of the. |>rcceding-' day the wife of the defendant made a com: l»laint to tlie pivlice^tHat Woollev had tbr-iwh all tbe furmtUreoufc of their house, and further -stated that she was in: fear rof her/life, and that.she had been jiut oiit of the house. •. Wit tiSs recei i'ed corroboration* of Mrs Woolley's stn'emi'nta frojh her neigh bors, u;hjh ui.sk;ng enquiries, and then met: a^ttsed"\thdf''used -bheieerie lan guage and threatened his wife's life. The accused was fined J>a~

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DISTINGUISHED VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 February 1903

DISTINGUISHED VISITORS? Dr J. A. Gk Hamilton, tlie leading medico of Adelaide, and his son, Lieut. ffeginald A. Hamilton (late of the second South Austra lian Transvaal contingent) arrirediinKatau ning on Thursday evening, acting on a sug gestion from the Hon John ^arren that-they should visit the district. "it>ris -Lieutenant Hamilton's intention to take up laud.and' settle in the district., The. visitors inspected the Warren Bros* Dyliabing estate yesterday. and, early next week, will visit Mr H, Barron Bodway at Darkan, near Wagin.

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NARROGIN. NARROGIN, Feb. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 February 1903

Kaukooix, F<jb. 18. •The question of a water -lift for ihe towy : .well will.be. thoroughly discussed, with .the.] idea of taking some definite action , at a pub- 3 lie meeting to be held hero an the night of ' Monday nest, Feb. 23. I At the adjourned general meeting of raetn- j hers of the .Narrogin- Williams Agricultural j and Horticultural Society, held at the Ifor- I dern Hotel on Satturday last, the President (olr.E.L.SiiiUh) occupied the chair. Theso also present wereMessrs. J.T.Chipper,^ Hose, 'i.T.Glaman,,r jE.Cla.vtoii,F.Floyd, M. Brown, T.P. "O'Connor, W.L.Graham, and E. A.H^mersley. The chairman called for.® *hcir: of hands to decide whether the business of the meeting should .he proceeded with, an i the rote was in the affirmative. A proposition byMr Rose,Hr.Ghipper seconding, that. the amount of membership fee should be in" creased to £i la. per annum, and the en trance fee reduced to i5 per cent, wits lost in fayor of an amendment by Mr. Graham, sup ported b...

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THANKSGIVING. CHURCH HARVEST FESTIVALS WAGIN BAPTIST. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 February 1903

THANKSGIVING. —♦ — CHURCH HARVEST FESTIVALS "WAGIN" Biprxsr. Under date of Tuesday, February .16, our Wagin correspondent writes : " The Harvest Thanksgiving ser vices of the Wagiq Church were held on .Sunday and Monday of this week and proved very successful. The at tendances on- Sunday were very satis- ; factory, more than 100. persons being present in the evening. The services were conducted by the Pastor, the; Rev F. H. Radford, who chose as the subject of his discourse in the after noon "The Appropriatness of Thanks giving to God," and in the evening, " Two Laws of Harvest," and preached to most appreciative audiences. The choir rendered appropriate anthems ; under the baton of Mr Phillips. On Monday evening the choir was taken by the pastor, and addresses were delivered oy.Messrs. J. A. Rich ards, secretary of the Church, J. C. II. Nenfee, secretary.. of the Building Committee, and M. King, of Katan-. ning. In the course erf his remarks the secretary of the Church stated: "The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 February 1903

•• Jb.nconra.ge local industry by patronising ;J. C. H. Nenlce, saddler, Tudhoe-afcreefc, Wagin. ' Workmanship.«nd prices defy com* petition. Collar making, on tbe premises -awif :• speciality.*

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KATANNING ANGLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 February 1903

KA.TANNING- ANGLICAN. The Hector of St. Andrew's Anglir can Church, Katanuing, the Ker J. A. Howes, has addressed the following letter to each communicant- in ,his parish, concerning the annual Special Harvest Thanksgiving Day to be cele brated at St.. Andrew's on Sunday next:—. " St Andrew's Rectory, Katanning, February 16, 1903.—My Brethren.— €}od has given us a good harvest, and you by. your labors have reaped the benefit of a bountiful supply. Sunday next, February 22, has been set apart as a '.Special Thanksgiving Day,' when I hope to see you in God's House. : Besides your presence let hie ask you to return to God some thing he has given you. God's People of old were in the habit of giving a .tenth of their-supply. At present 1 can hardly ask, or expect, you to give 80 much, but do give God something iri return for the m ercies bestowed on you.. If you would like to give Pro duce, , place a small piece of paper stating what you will give, and your name, in the collecting bag wh...

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"I'M THE PLUMBER." [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 February 1903

"I'M THE PLUMBER.' ' It-was not Milton, of " Paradise fjo'st" fame, nor yet was it Tennyson, Brownirtg, Austin, Kipling or any of the standard-poets who'wrote: " I'm, the plumber, yes, lie plumber, " A handy man in winter or in summer," but tle practical sentiment conveyed in the <jnoted lines is none: less the vtriith, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth And so the direction .OfattentJon.to the business announce ment of. G-.'Saunders, the plumber of Katanuihg, who combines. al>o the -trade: of tinsmith, and general iron wdrker ^with. his business, is - well warranted. Doing any class of work at reasonable rates (Perth prices) and <iieserve§ liberal patronage. To order he .makes tanks of from 100 to 10,000 gallons capacity. His place of busi ness *is in Carew-street.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 February 1903

We are in a position to supply yon with all kinds of drugSi cheinicals, patent medicines, -perfumery, surgical-appliances, sundries, pho tographic material,- nursery and sick-room requisites, etc., etc., at the lowest possible prices, as we are direct English, American and Continental buyers in wholesale quanti ties. All orders of 10s. or orer sent carriage paid. Campbell-Cochrane and Co., chemists, Albany. * Nenke, J". 0. H., the Wagin saddler, sup plies saddlery and harness, of best workman- j ship at lowest prices, to any part of the Stats.*

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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 18. (Before Dr. F. M. House, R.M) [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 February 1903

wEdnesuAy, Feb. 18. (Before Dr. F. M. House, K.M ) A lex, "Mc.Lean, farmer,. of near AVoodaniUiosj, .was, idiai^jed with-'a breach of the regulations of ;the Edu cation Act in that he neglected to send his chflji* number of days 'daring the ^quarter ending December 3lj 1902. The de fendant was fined 10s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 February 1903

[Established 1880,] F.sC.PIESSE GENERAL MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, SUMMER SALE. Summer sale. Drapery, boot ANn FANCY DEPARTMENTS. SUMMER SALE FOR 14 DAYS, COMMENCING TO-DAY, SATURDAY, FEB. 14. Our whole Stock will be Re duced f' r 14 DAYS, FOR CASH ONLY. Booking during the Sale at Ordinary Prices. We wish to make a Clearance before taking stock. Balance of Summer Stock at your own price. ODDMENTS! ODDMENTS! ODDMENTS! 14 DAYS FOR BARGAIN HUNTERS, COMMENCING TO-DAY, ,'SATURDAY, FEB. 14 FOR CASH ONLY. F. & C. MERCHANTS >kd IMPORTERS. KAJANNINO NOTICE. All communications intended for insertion in j the se columns mu*t be addressed to the . Editor, and must be accompanied by the name and address of the writer Secretaries of raring, football, cricket clubs, or other public bodies are respectfully requested to forward any items of news that may be of interest to the public or of benefit to the clubs. This is particularly desired, as it is intended to make the G.S. Hskald a paper f...

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