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LOCAL ROADS' BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901

LOCAL ROADS' BOARD. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Katanning Eoads' Board was held at the Agricultural Hall 011 Saturday afternoon last, November 16, at 2.30 o'clock. Present: Mr. A. E. Piesfe (chairman), and Messrs. M. Cronin, Garston, Prosser, E. McDonald, E. E. Bell, P. Cunneen, Super L visor Pemfele, and the secretary (T. W. I Langley). Minutes. The minutes of previous monthly meeting were read, and on the motion of Mr. Cronin, seconded fay Mr. Garston, confirmed. Repobts. supervisor Pemble made his monthly re ^°^ows :—Willi reference to Gibney and Warren roads, the former required the expenditure of a large sum of money or the road could never be used in winter. Mr. E. Cunneen had promised to put gates on the road. In reference to the deviation on Vv arren-road, he was of the opinion that the further deviation asked for would certainly make the best road. Mr. Cronin verbally reperted that , he was of the same opinion as the supervisor on the question of the deviation on th...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901

Wb are in a position to supplyypii with all kinds of . drugs, chemicals, pai0^i?ni(9|dicioeB, perfumery, surgical appliances ^sundries, pho tographic material, nurSery and, sick-room requisites, etc., etc., at the lowest" possible prices, as we are d irecfc Erigiish. Asueriean, and Continental buyers in wholesale quanti ties. All orders of 10s. or over sent carriage paid. Campbell-Cochrahe and Co., chemists, Albany. * Little boy from next-door—" Mother says .would you please lend eer a fw of your flat irons?" Neighbour—" Certainly. Is jour mother going to iron to-day f's .' Little Boy— " Oh, no. She. wants to throw .at your cats to-night!" • . . - . * , '■ ■ "Mamma, I see by the papers .that when England's new king goes forth he is preceded; by a fanfare ef trumpets," said little Bobby " Yes, my'sou,'-' replied the mother. " Well when I wake Papa up in the morning with my trumpet, is that a fanfare? " "Well, Bobby, I. can't jjhsl now tell you what your , Papaidoesyealliit,- &amp...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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NARROGIN. November 13. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901

NARROGiSJ. (FBOM OrB CORRESPONDENT.) November 13. During a tour of the Narrogin district, made in quest of stoek suitable for the gold fields,-I was pleasantly surprised at the, to me, unlooked-for number of really first class dairy cattle in prime condition, that I met with everywhere. The quality of cattle exhibited at the secent Narrogin Show left nothing to be desired, but unfortunately for the fame of the district, (with very few exceptions) the prize winners came from other partSi -1 A'visitor at the show Would be apt to go away from Narrogin under the impression that the district possessed few dairy cattle. I am a firm, perhaps an enthusiastic believer in the importance of the dairying industry in this district.' Or, perhaps ! -should say the importance of the industry to the district, for at present there is practically no dairying done here ; at the eame time what oppor tunities 'some of the farmers. are throwing awayj? If it"pays, as it undoubtedly does, to rear cattle on ...

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ALLEGED CRIMINAL L1BEI. THE PARKER APPOINTMENT. PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901

ALLEGED CRIMINAL L1BEI, THE PARKER APPOINT ■ MENT.' ... ■ Pebth, Friday. At the City Qourt to-day Eichard« Clark Spear, William Edwarid ^ClaBe^ registered.publishers of the Spectator: newspaper, were charged srith udlla w/, fulty* and maliciously publishing,t;oja 5 October T9, a defamatory, libel -con cerning Stephen Hen iyl^kei\<31ai^ J proved that he had no connectiott mih1 the paper, and the 'case. 0gain^t hiii^ tons dismissed.. Spear wds pxpyed tpj be the registered publisher, and/h/ paper was put in ebntaiiij^i|&#Mi^lb' complained of. Lavanjnpp^raii^FOr^ Spear, nut forward as to the libellous, and claimed The Crown Proseeutor cited .an emi nent case to. show that the course^fpl^ lowed was the correct one. was committed .for trial / sureties of- £25 each was allowed. -

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WAGIN NOTES. Nov. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901

WAG IN NOTES. (Fkom Oxtb Coeee«pondent.) Mot. 19. J Tanners are bnsr harvesting, and in most cases the early-sown crops good yields are the order, which should be a lasting lesson to farmers to get their seed under ground in good time. The crops that hare had the benefit of a little artificial manure give a handsome profit for the extra outlay. It is generally anticipated that the wheat market is going to open very firm this year, and if rumor is to be relied on It is going to be nothing' less than 4s a bushel, which, if it be correct, would be received with great satisfaction by the tillers of the soil It is very annoying to the Wagin settlers to find that the lately-appointed doctor to Wagin is being again transferred to another station. It seems strange that this important district should be so neglected by the powers that be. Seekers after the rich soil of the Great Southern districts still come. The Latest is a Mr C JeBser, jun., from Baroota, South Aus tralia, vtfho has been c...

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FATAL ACCIDENTS. PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901

Pbbth, - Friday. • J 7 A shunter named William Aimtiri Beard was run rifelfe^nJHSift goods yard yesterday.: 24. years o^ age, and single. - His parents reside at North Fremantle. *1 H. C. Boe, a tor, died yesterday at Freh&ntdeJpoin pneumonia and pleurisy,; following?* severe-fall from a horse . at the Ag*i-£ cultural Show. Becea^e^ was oidy on Wednesday elected to represent the South Ward of the Fremauide Council. - He leaves, a wife -and a daughter, S years old. _

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE KATANNING SHOW. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901

CORRESPONDENCE. THE .XATANNING SHOW. TO THE EDITOB. Sir,—The Kat&rining-Broorne Hill Agri cultural Society is like all'others^ If the societies are supported by the public, I think tbey\should let the public know how they do business in committee. ' For instance, the committee held a meeting on the 7th of last mohth to decide who they would let the dif ferent booths to on the show ground. Now, Sir, they published the names of the suc cessful ones, hut not the prices they gave for the booths, and there is a great deal of suspicion that the highest tenderers did not get the booths. The public would like te know on what grounds they were refused, -particularly as it is rumoured that one of those that was refused was some £3 higher than opo of the successful ones; and it is further stated that the same person was re quested to tender for this booth. rYours, I etc., ANTI-JOBBERY. Woodanilling, November 17.

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PERTH PRODUCE MARkET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901

PERTH PRODUCE MARkET. ^ Messrs. F. and C. Piesse, produce merchants,Perth, reported by wore last evening 'as. followsThe ehafl supplies have not been <so heavy this week, and prices have been firm.K Chafi :■—Prime dust brought up to £4 ISs,:. j&bqd feed £3 15s to £4 5s/-;;Wheat.~ 4b 4d to 4^6d according and quality. For new' seaililts wheat 3s 6d is being, offered fqr^^i(5k lpl^: forward delivery, Oat^^ 5|i . very firm New Zealands^Wroith from 4s to 4s 2d crushed 4s 2d to 4s . Algerians 3s 7d to 3s 9d. Maize 5d to 5s crushed 5s to 5s 9d.. • ^

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CONCERT AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901

CONCERT AND DANCE. One of the-moBt euceessful functions of the season eventuated at the local hall on Wed nesday evening last, when upwards of 250 people required seating accommodation, the building being just comfortably filled. Pre cisely at 8 o'clock ^he curtain was raised for the first part. Miss Hats well began pro ceedings with an overture on the piano. The - item was well rendered and well received. A glee, " O who will o'er the Downs bo free," followed, and was harmonically rendered, the blending of the voices being nice and even. ".Why must we"say Goodbye," by Miss G. Grover, was full of pathos, and touched the audience. We are inclined to think that this young lady (owing, probably, to a slight stage nervousness) did not do her self jurticte. It was noticeable that each sucy ceeding verae Was better than its. predecessor, making it plainly visible that the nervous ness was wearing off. Dr. Black stepped forward 'and apologised for the absence of Mr. Cass. " The Chinese Par...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901

Trade Notices DPX3S3SSES (Established 1680), s- JVr GENERAL MERCHANTS ;• p- „ y , ' „ • - - . .... . IMEWfEkS; and MILLERS," KATANNING, AND. PERrH. Having. wow qppaplstecL the r«ireetion . of New Premises in -AustralyTerrace,; Ka tanning, are carrying & very in rich larger stock in all departments than lias - even been carried before in this portioiTofl the State. ... Groceries, boainos^exy, Glassware, • Hardware, . ALTANIZED IRON,... - FENCING WDfcE,". • V K' ■ ". CORNSACKS, .. *~bbabt, bags, • DBABERY, : CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, FANCY GOODS,' And many other Lines of, the first quality, too*] i.humeronsto mention, ite be sold at Lo west-Prices. JUST .OPENED, and now on view In the": Show Rooms, Large shipments of AND SUMMER GOODS (ex s.s. Jlarwou, X.4 .^Jpira,; apd s a Africa,; direct from Home'and Continental* Markets), " 5 'I These Goods are very Choice, and are Markedipt prices that, will eouipare with any . . r-h theSfcate. We Innte you to look through /> .Pu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901

Th0 Stud. 70 8TAHD THIS 8EA80H, The Pare Bred Clydesdale Stallion, )• ^uAmi from J. Traa*ur»i Ongsrup j Itea, Bdt Xoionup, by Clayton audi Bintoul Bra., Beseaaia Estate, Butt-1 XBfO'i seTen 7«in old, | dyii over IS bd% on good leg* uij eound feet. Hefaas t splendid qniSitj ol! fine hair and good action, m rigorous eensti*1 tutien, has never suffered from; over-feeding. He excels In regard to combination-of size aH In* form.; He wfllcertainly -win for himeelf • good position in the foremost rank efths Wert Australian stud sires. 11 J£K0*S LAD i* bythe-Cbampion Draught Stallion of Australia, CtTpsspaxB Hno,ff]w bae gaiiit^hftvid OlappnfiiM of Ana*, tali* against twelve imported hone* at the Statud JTational Agricultural (8o«#ty's Show, ; Melbourne, 1886. In 1887 lie carried off the Melbourne honour* again. In l888 he took first price in the imported class, national Show, Melbourne; also Contennial Inter* national Prise andGraudChampion prize of Australia: at the same show. He - has ta...

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THE RESERVED CARRIAGE CURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901

THE RESERVED CARRIAGE CURSE. A&jlin" we are- compelled to draw attention to the inconvenience caused to travellers on the Great Southern line by the reservation of compart ments for the sole occupation of mem bers of Parliament. Yesterday the train from Albauy, carrying, as usual, one carriage, was inflicted with the " reserved " compartment. On this I occasion the one: to whom this pri vilege was given was no less a person agethan Mr. Fergie Reid, the demo cratic labor member of a goldfields constituency, who, in all probability, would have been satisfied to ride in a goods truck prior to his entering Par liament. Such is not the case, how ever, after they,, gain that distinction, and the ambiguity of their real den? a-.; crab'c principles become apparent when their assumed . autocracy can be asserted over country railway officials, to secure for them such a distinction above the ordinary common traveller who pays his fare, .and. who, consequent upon this curse of reserv in...

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THE POLITICAL SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901

THE POBITIGMi mTUAimS. By reference to our telegrams' this: morning it will .lie Soda that [Mr. Morgans/uiember for Goolgardie, has succeeded in forming a Ministry, and that the dates of the elections have been rfixe(£> but whatever the result of the elections,' there can hardly be a ] man in the StatB, irrespective of *w)kat ] his political faith might be, who does j -not deplore the chaos iniowhich the j -affaire of the State have been plunged - in consequence bf the; ill-timed no confidence motion.-of Mr.. Piesse.H The progress of needed and useful legislation- has been brought, to an abrupt standstill ; the reforms which "0iejL&ke Government started out to effect have' been -left ^incomplete, and ui a condition that—whether they were wanted or .not—will work far more harm in t^e.; ueparmenis , poa- j cemed thandftthCyiWCB^nevereutered' upon; and the' whole administrative ; machine has been thrown entirely opt j of gear., Mr; Piesse was .doubtless! bg^nHons,. thoroughl...

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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901

jror ^^^3 6-p.m " - 3 For Albanj/^tanmng,- Broome llill; M&-' fjjwkp'V ;<^<ra;hn^ Wednesday, Thnrsday, } Trie* flay'iijlB/®k®g;-r: .^v i--^.s;;- ->o ^ *■•■!;■ .I^^'- ..- * * Vfr • *' i^ul. • -

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TELEGRAMS. THE POLITICAL SITUATION. MR. MORGANS FORMS A MINISTRY. WRITS ISSUED FOR ELECTIONS. DATES OF POLLING AND RETURN OF WRITS. MR. LEAKE LEAVES FOR COOLGARDIE. MR. MOORHEAD'S OPPONENT PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901

THE POLITICAL SITUATION. 0 — MR. MORGANS FORMS A MINISTRY. WRITS ISSUED FOR ELECTIONS. DATES OF POLLING ANU-REg TURN OF WRITS. MR. LEAKE LEAVES FOR COOLGARDIE. MR. MOORHEAD'S OPPONENT Pebth," Friday. Mr. Morgans yesterday succeeded ■ in forming his Ministry, of which the personnel (with the portfolios) is as follows:— Premier and Colonial Treasurer.— Mr. A. E. Morgans* M.L A, Attorney-General.'— Mr. F. • W. Moorhead, M L.A. Minister for: Bailways.-r--Mr,..~F*. Wilson,:M.L.: Colonial Secretary and Minister for Mines.—Mr. M. L. Moss, M;L.G. Minister for Lands.—Mir. J. *L. Nanson, M.L.A. , Minister for Works.—M^Tlt-F. Quinlan, M.L.A. . i The new Ministers were sworn in by Hie Excellency the Governor yes-, terday, he having first accepted the resignations of Mr. Leake and his colleagues. I . The dates of election and return of j writs are as followWestFrdylttce':; [ Nominations, November day, December 6; writ retiumabj^ I December 9. Perth and Coolgardfe; claim the same dates, y ;Td6dya...

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YORK MA KET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901

iOBK Ml ®KT, ,?09sfc ■iSiiccessEul >s^'-tfjjf ;.:^^t^t..1tiB^^ie. ■ •^^HTfllV^-^msitffisrthV ^Tiri"fi«s -'iiiiiifivMAm ■. ■•?*■*'£J*ryrrr. •- ^ .^w^^ujuu^uo i *j$siSd. •>• wetbors jtmbi'. S&e iSIKla w^ j t*tmr»-V*ir"' '-Ti itnj ' ^Mkntiiri^' 01 '"-'"Jl ''■ -.

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901

Eop Kojonup, Wednesday 12*30 am >'"• • p.m., ex" " "" " ' ' 'S ^

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POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901

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TEKEGRAMS.CRICKET. INTERNATIONAL. ENGLAND v. N.S.W. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901

INTEBNATIO ifAIi. ENGLAND t, JfS.W. - - i€-. Sydney, Friday. The match between England anil Now South , Wales was commenced ifr-tlay. tTheEngftshm^ hut unfortunately our: wire reached us in such a mutilated condition ;<that* it is irapossibleto disc^a wW their score is.—Ed.] At the7 drawing of. six wickets for 170 runs,, *W* which Noble. contributed v22(f Trumper 88; Gregory 13. Xred&le 15. Buff 1, Poi deguf i {<# ®^CS#3, fWpff. (■iBtottty. § .. jt;-i'|?y■ 'a.14 Thelinm2^;ul(MK»d rin 30, Ciarkel7rKelly 33, Howell 34 (not out). '. The Englishmen in fheiicj McXareh'iLY,"W;^hl^1'^:--®:":^ ■ • ir^. •"- "• *

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