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MARRACOONDA v MOOJEBING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 9 November 1901

MABRACOOND4. T MOOJEBING: On Saturday last teams representing Marracoonda and Moojebig met on the ground of tbe latter. W Bafferty captained the visitors andT Casey the home team the visitors batted first, compiling the resputable total of 116 runs. H Ohrystal 28, not out; T Haddleton, 23; W Raffertjy, 18; W Newton. 16; A. Newton, 12 ; were the double figure scores. MarracoondS, then .went in, but it was a continual procession to and from the wickets; tbe only batsmen to make anything like a stand were C Prosser, 13; T Meharry, 9; and L •Quatermain, 9; the innings closed for 36 tuob.

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WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 9 November 1901

WISE AND OTHERWISE. A. Y. Hassell, M.L.A.,"wLo was returned lor Plantagenet as a Government supporter, made a veiy " telling" speech at the Kojonup show with reference to the rio-confidcnce motion, which will probably have some weight in directing the members of-Parliament, wlio had pluek enought to remain in Perth during the debate, as to how they should vote on the motion. The Government will also no doubt feel somewhat proud of their pseudo supporter lying in ambush while their destiny is being shaped by those who had no friendly scrub in their electorates in which to obscure them-; Selves during the discussion. A few days ago (writes a correspondent) a resident of Pingelly, named Mrs. H. Barnard, saw a large snake near her dwelling house. She procured a gun, and ended the career of the reptile, which, on being opened was found to contain no less than thirty eggs. Our correspondent adds that the skin of the snake, on being removed, measured 10 ft (!). Our4 "devil" the other day r...

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Cricket. KATANNING v. WOODANILLING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 9 November 1901

Cricket. ILatasning t. WooDAiriiiLiKa. On Saturday last the Katanning cricketers journeyed to Woodanilling to try conclusions with the local eleven. The Woodanilling captain winning the toBs sent his opponents in to bat. Temby and Starr opened the innings for Katanning, to the howling of- R Bell and G-ray; but disaster soon overtook them, Starr being run out through misjudgement. Baker and Temby kept their wickets up for some considerable time, the cricket being rather monotonous to watchj hut the score mounted gradually; Baker was eventually clean' bowled, after making 15, chiefly singles. Temby soon followed, being bowled by L Bell, after making 21 Langley and Hughes were next associated, Langley, hitting out freely, soon made things lively, and added 36 to the score. Hughes/ wasjsmartly stumped by CampbelL The innings closed for 97. Woodaniiling then t&ek possession of the wickets, Gray and Campbell being their first representatives. Temby and.Langley Opened the bowling, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 9 November 1901

Trade Notices. F. & 0. PIESSE . ^Btablislied 1880), GENERAL MERCHANTS, IMPORTERS, AND MILLERS, \ KATANNINO, WAG1N, AND PERrH. Having now completed the erection of New Premises in Austral Terrace, Xatanning, are carrying a very much larger stock in all departments than has ever been carried before in this portion of ' the State. Groceries, Ironmongery, Glassware, Hardware, GALVANIZED IRON, FENCING WIRE, CORNSACKS, BEAN BAGS, D .APERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, FANCY GOODS, And many other Lines of the first qualify, too | numerous to mention ; to be sold at Lowest Prices. JUST OPENED, and now on view in the Show Booms, Large shipments of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS (ex s.s. Darwou, s s Moira, and 8 s Africa, direct from Home and Continental Markets), These Goods are very Choice, and are' Marked at prices that will compare with any n the State. We Invite you to look through onr Showrooms, and we assure yon .(hat all Departments are worthy of a visit. This Season's Goods are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 9 November 1901

The Stud. TO STAND THIS SEASON, The Pure Bred Clydesdale Stallion, HERO'S LAD; (Pnrchased from J. J. Treasure, Ongerup Farm, near R'doiiup, by Clayton and Kintoul Bros., Itwule Estate, Narro §in). HERO'S LAD, rising seven yean old, etanda over 16 hands, on good legs and sound feet. He V>m a splendid quality of fine hair and good aotion, a rigorous consti tution, has never suffered from over-feeding. He excels in regard to combination «f size and true form. He will certainly Win for himself a good position in tbe foremost rank of the West Australian stud sires. HERO'S LAX) is by the Champion Draught Stallion of Australia, CtYPESDAtB HKBO,who has gained first mid Champion Prize of Aim- ■ tralis against twelve imported horses u. the Grand National Agricultural Society's Show, Melbourne, 1886. In 1887 he carried off the Melbourne honours again. In 1883 he took first prize in the imported clasB, National Show, Melbourne; also Centennial Inter national Prize and Grand Champion Prize of...

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THE FEDERAL TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 9 November 1901

THE FEDERAL TARIFF. The want of confidence motion in the Federal Government, mold by Mr. Reid, on the tariff question, was settled on Saturday morning last, by a decisive victory for the Government, who, however, do not by a long way represent the majority of the electors in the various States. Sir John Forrest was, ef course, alone with the ayes , so far as this State was con cerned. Writing oa the debate a Victorian contemporary states that by no stretch or imagination can toe Government be considered to have sat easily during the no-confidence debate. The majority may be there, as Mr. Kingston stridently proclamed when he introduced the tariff. But a belief in that fact does not confer upon Ministers the dignified pose of men confident that their policy is secure against all affronts of the foe. i In the beginning it was the Govern ment plan to say as little as need be— a scheme frustrated by Mr. Kingston's flinging down the protectionist gaunt let, which Sir George Turner would ...

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THE MEMBER FOR PLANTAGENET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 9 November 1901

THE MEMBER FOR PLAN TAGKENET. It is a somewhat remarkable coin cidence that at the present time, when the country should be represented in the House by its fullest strength, to find that the member for Plantagenet has found it expedient to be traversing his electorate, attending local func tions, and otherwise enjoying himsself whilst such an important motion is being discussed in the House of which he is a member. Of all times, unless a veritable cocktail, the House should have beeii a member's place daring the present week, and the electors whose members have not disfranchised them on the occasion of the present political crisis, no matter whether they vote for or against the Govern ment, may justly feel proud that they are not inflicted with a representative who would prefer to roam about the bush rather than show, "by his 'vote in the House, on which side his-opinions lie. It is a well-known fact that Mr, Hassell is not a member of the Assembly by the choice of a majority of the...

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THE MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 9 November 1901

THE MELBOURNE OUP. This important event was run on Tuesday, and, as anticipated in our last issue, was won by Revenue. Tbe following were the placed horses:— Revenue, 5 years, by Trenton—Water Lily, 7 10, (F J Dunne) ... 1 San Fran, 4 years, by Gozo—Procella, including 101b penalty, 9 7, (F i Kuhn) .. ... 2 Khaki, 4 years, by Grand Flaneur— Goldlike, 7 11, (P Houseman") ... 3 Haymaker, 3 years, by The Cardinal— Harvest Lass, 6 .13, (P King) ... 4 Other starters— Gauleon, 6 years", by Gozo—Industry q, 7 1 .Hymettus, aged, by Eiridspord Busy Bee, including-lOlb penalty ... 9 1 George Frederick,- # years, by Carbine - Dan® ...;- 811 Gunga Din, 5 years, by Carlyon— Brown Alice 8 11 Wakeful, 5 years, by Trenton—In somnia ... 8 10 Australian Colors, 4 years, by The Australian Peer—Colors... ... 8 9 Carbineer, 6 years, by Carbine—Gel asnia ... ... ... ... 8 7 Gunbearer, 6 years, by Nordenfeldt— Hebe 7 8 Grfisspan, 3 years, by Grafton—Pie crust ... — ... ... 7 6 Rock Gun, 4 years, by Gibral...

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SPORTING The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 9 November 1901

SPORTING -f Thie Turf. The Ktttanning raoes 'will take place on Wednesday next. Entries close this evening, at 9 o'clock. - The V.B.C. Derby, irun last Saturday, was won by Hautvilliers.

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WAGIN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 9 November 1901

WAGIN NOTES. [from our correspondent.! The settling meeting of the Wagin-Arthur districts A. H. and S. Society took place on Saturday. The secretary read the balance sheet, which showed that the society, after ] j discharging all its obligations for past year's transactions, had a credit-balance of ever£20, | which, considering that it was the first year, and that society offered very liberal induce ments to members, in, practically making the entries free, and that all children under 16 years were admitted free to the ground (which no other society in the State does), and further, the society offered nearly £100 in prizes, and speaks highly of the live interest manifested in the show by those, who were responsible for the success of same. It is also very gratifying to learn that very few complaints have been made about the judg ing of the various sections at the show, and the Wagin Society was exceedingly fortunate in getting the expert judges they had. I think the time has arrived...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 9 November 1901

Wb are in a position to supply you -with all hinds of drugs, chemicals, 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 over sent carriage paid. Campbell-Cochrane and Co., chemists, Albany. *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 9 November 1901

Good toe the Little Ohes.—Mrs. H. Cowden, of Albany, says:—I Have been using yodr Curaooogh for the children, as they are subject to coughs, and catch cold very easily, as indeed all children do in Albany. I hare found Curacough the Jbest preparation for such ailments, effecting» cure in every case. It is not alone good for children, as I hare used it for a chronic cough—with splendid results—from which I have suffered for rears. Proprietors, Campbell-Cochrane .and Co., chemists, Albany. Lofl^agent, C. ^ Harris, Eatamiing.—Anvr. ?1"'

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 9 November 1901

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. The following items, of interest to the dis trict, appear in the Government Gazette of date November 1:— Laud neab Cabtmeticup Townsite.— The land situate south of C.P. 48/4332 (Blo jonup location 839), containing about 60 acres, and lately within the boundaries of 6455, Cartmeticup, will be open for selection, under part V of the Land Act of 1898, on and after Monday, September 30, 1901. TowKeiTE of Kojonup.—Sixty-nine sub urban lots have been laid out within the townsite of Kojonup, and, exclusive of those which have been " excepted," are now open for sale or selection. Plans of the same, showing the arrangement of the lots referred to, will shortly be obtainable at the offices of the Government land agents at La tanning, Albany, Beverley, and York. Katanning.—Late reserve 1959 (Katan ning A. A. lot 259) will be open for selection under part V of the Laud Act of 1898, con ditional purchase, on and after October 21, 1901. Plans may be obtained at the office of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 9 November 1901

There are 80,000 skilled labourers and tradesmen out of work in Berlin, and they are asking for any work. The distress throughout Germany is steadily growing; worse. The .Central Station Hotel at Glasgow ha* been closed, owing to fone cases of bubonic plague haying occurred in the building. V The' outbreak is attributed toXrats. Okb Teiai win, CoKTDrcB.—If you want to vex your best friend, tread on his corns. If you want to please nim, advise him to use " Curacora," the positive corn cure yTnever known to foiL Bottles Is. Pjoprietonigx Campbell-Cochrane ahdCp., chemists, Alb«6|ri Local agent, C. A. Ilams. Xatanning. * : ' Cajt touAxfokd TOBBWirHooirr.— Mir. Shsrpe, of Albany, was suffering from a severe cough, left as a legacyafter an attack of influenza. He was induced to" try Cirra eough, and the flrst dose gave him instant.' relief. Proprietors, Campbell-Cochrane and Co., chemists, Albany aid Bavensthorpei Local agent, C. A, Harris, storekeeper, Ha* tanning. * " »

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HERALD Office, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 9 November 1901

COMMERCIAL LOCAL MARKET. Hebat,d Office, November 8. . Following are the local quotations:— Wheat, 3s lOd ; chaff, £3 10s to £3 12a 6d, for pnre green well cut wheaten ; inferior, 30a to 50s per ton; eggs, lOd per doz; butter le, 2d i flour, £9 per ton; bran, £6 5s per ton ;, pollard, £6 10s per ton. ~

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 9 November 1901

UUii Care fork Hotel, Avon Terrace, TOHK,. _ fTT^ILL Visit Katanning on adateiobe YV { announced. - • 'Y • In the meantime orders received by Poet will receive prompt attention. - Patterns will be forwarded oil application. S. ALLWt CO., - (G. H. SMITH, Proprietor) Blacksmiths, Wheelwrights, Coachbnilders, ; Machinists, Xronfounders, &c., YORK, W.A. A' EE prepared to execute Orders for Everv Description of Farming Tm Diem onto. Contractors'. Trouwork, &c., including both Stump-jumping and Ordinary Ploughs,'.from single to five and six furrowsScarifiers and Harrows, both stumping and ordinary, all sizes ; Earth Scoops, Horse Kates, Winnow ing Machines, Waggons, Drays,.Sprihg Tans Trollies, Waggonettes,' Pony Carts, Phaetons, etc- - . — All hinds of Ploughs and Machine Fittings supplied at. shortest notice^ Windmills erected, and sill kinds of Pumps and Piping supplied and fixed anywhere in the colony. "Repairs and Jobbing work of j "every descriptionneatly. and prompt...

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THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 9 November 1901

THE BANQUET. At 8 o'clock, about 30 gentlemen sat down to a splendid spread provided under the supervision of Mrs. Bailey, ®f Kojonup. Mr. A E "Warburton occupied the chair, and had supi'orting lii'U, on- his right, Hon Wesley Maley, M.L.C., whilst on his left sat Mr AY Hassell, M.L.A. Having partaken of the good things, the Chairman, before proceeding with the toast list, tendered an apology on behalf the presi dent, Mr. L Vanzulicom, who was indisposed and unable to preside. The usual loyal toasts, disposed of, Mr. Thomas Norrisb proposed " The Parliament." The most important toast, he considered, was that of the Parliament. The actions of the member present had been questioned in re spect of his want of support of the present Government, and that member would now have an opportunity of explaining his actions. He personally considered the jmesent Govern ment worthy of further support. Hon Maley, on rising to respond, was well received. He remarked that tliis was the most masculine...

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VICTORIAN WHEAT YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 9 November 1901

VICTORIAN WHEAT YIELD. .As' production is the root of national; prosperity, the most important /cur rent topic is the great falling off in the area under wheat cultivation-in? Yictoria, as shown by the Qoveriv-; inent statist's returns. The figures! are to some extent estimated, but, subject to revision, there are 253,621: acres lesB under wheat for the coming harvest than for the last harvest. The average yield, per acre for 1900-1901, according to the Groyemment statist was 8.84 bushels. Shoul<1 exactly the' same average be realised for 1901 3902, and that is'at present doubtful, the decrease in area will ;mean a/ decrease- in production 'of^.'nearly - 2,250,000 bushels, of a value of clcse upon £300,000. The decrease in Area may j rove to be greater than "stated above, for the Government .statist esti mates that : the area to. be reaped ^ for hay will be about 34:000 acres less than last season. The totals for the: principal districts compare as follows-, -1900-1901: "...

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KOJONUP A. & H. SOCIETY ANNUAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 9 November 1901

KOJONUP A. & H. SOCIETY ANNUAL SHOW. The annual Kojonup Agricultural Show Day was ushered in on Thursday by beauti ful weather. The ground was dressed in itB gayest garb, everything looking green and resplendent. From the early morning hours farmers and their families could be seen streaming into the "city of the hills," and by the afternoon an attendance of upwards of 400 people gathered together on the prettily situated grounds. Precisely at 2 o'clock Mr A. Y. Hassell, M.L.A., stepped forward upon an improvised platform to declare the show open. As the banquet would take place in the evening, and as a speech would then be expected from liim, lie (Mr Hassell) would oontent himself by thanking the residents for conferring the honor of opening the show upon him, and he then declared the show open. The exhibits in all classes were fairly numerous, those in produce preponderating. The entries of horse stock were both excellent and numerous. In the best draught section, open to ...

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SPORTING. The Turf. PERTH CUP, of 1.000 soys. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 16 November 1901

SPORTING The Turf. PERTH CUP, of 1.000 soys.' Two miles. Following are' the nominations for the Perth Cup, run December 28:— Mr Charles A Jones's br h Hesitation, 6 yrs, bj Malua—Karma Mr J Nicholas's b m Mauser, 4 yrs, by Light Artillery—Tyropean Mr J Nicholas's ch g Aqua, 6 yre, Niagara Esperance I Mr M H Walsh's br g Sport Bojal, 4 yrs, I by Malvolio—Adelaide J Mr M H Walsh's br m Newark, 6 yrs, by Newmaster—Corvette Mr E B McKeon's b g Australian, 6 yrs, by The Australian Peer—Ophelia ' Mr P Bolger's ch g Kilt, aged, by Lochiel —Mantilla Mr P Bolger's blk h Ormuz, 6 yrs, by Bill of Portland—Cooya Mr P Bolger's b h Barbarossa, 4 yrs, by Medallion—Algerine Mr C N Kidman's gr h Flintlock, aged, by Carbine—Duenna Mr C N Kidman's br g Inquirer, aged, by Invader—Marian Mr C N Kidman's br g Baden Powell, 3 yrs, by Thunderbolt—Adventuress Mr G Bolger's blk g Blackwood, aged, by Vengeance—Benzine Mr E Boberts's Trionia, 3 yrs, by Tre mando—Gelasma Mr B Stewart ns br g Display, 3 yrs, by ...

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