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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901
• I>" the country one often requirerJittle articles" from tile chemist, bat wh^ there is no chemist near wl^efc are we to,do? Just send. your, order, nomatter how small, direct! to Campbell-Cochrsne ..and Co., ohcitpists; > Albany; who trill- attendto-it at onfee.^^5; s .. Indignant Patron—" You adye^jise to snare" consumption, , don^t YcS,. 'iu»|yvhntf sgy^ifcr^u^pP Ore followed. Indignant r3^tron^"|MPySi Boh took yoir inddSwne ;J:o£^3#je *#»& died," not followed. I told years."—" Family Herald." T;J" Messrs. Wright and Wittinsdh, :dentis|§® . of Albany and Perth, may consulted; the .Katannin g Hotel' on Jhursdhy/ 'PrTday,*^ and Saturday, 28th, 29th, and: 30tfc"NbrBmi-^ ber. * ' - vV';: ^ ^ : iesfe.; »=S§kS::.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901
Messrs. Wright and Wilkinson, dentists, of Albany and Perth, may be consulted at the Katanning Hotel on Thursday, Priday, and Saturday, 28th, 29th, and 30th Novem ber. * The Only Way.—Lady—" Gan the baby talk yet ?"Girl— " No'm, 'Tie on'y way we kin tell whedder he's cooing-er cursing is by de expression on his face'!"—" Puek."
COMMERGIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HERALD Office, November 22. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901
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THE BRITISH FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901
THE BRITISH FUTURE. The Heir to the British Throne and his consort have completed their mission, landed safely in old England again, and been warmly welcomed and congratulated. In every way the tour was a success. Nothing occurred either accidentlly or designedly to detract from the brightness andhappiness of a rare and royal journey- The mission has added a i memorable chapter to British history. J "What is the great immediate result ? The empire knows itself better, and is knit closer together in a more intelligent and a profounder loyalty to the Throne and FKg. ^ It is not easy for such an empire—one so vast and scattered and many peopled—to know itself. It is not easy even for'the principal English speaking portions of the empire to know eaeh other well. One is found in a couple of small islands seperated from the continent of Europe by a very narrow belt of sea. Another is literally North America, stretching away up into arctic regions. Another occupies the southernmost territo...
A NOBLE REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901
A NOBLE REVENGE. * Who are these new arrivals, I won3er ? Friends of my husband, I suppose, fdr I do not recognise them,' said liady Adair, who with several visitors wae_ enjoying the morning sunshine on a high-terraced walk in her flower-garden, overlooking the earriage drive, np which a vehicle was approaching. 'It is & hired chaise from the station at Mochratn,' observed Mrs. King; 'and as there is no luggage, they have evidently not come to stay.* " ■ .'-.v... ...... 'Hardly,; or I should have had intimation,' replied lyady Adair. 'I am sorry Sir Hugh haB gone with the shooting- party. Perhaps they have business with him. I must return toi the house and ascertain.' 'If I may make a remark,' said a very young , iady, whose observation and eyes were keen, 'I should hardly take these, visitors for gentlemen— two of them,—at anyrate. Fancy chimney-pot hats an A blue ties! Besides, there is something—some thing'—— She stopped, as it occurred to her that such remarks were not ...
STORYTELLER. THE BLATCHFORD BEQUEST CONCLUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901
STORYTELLER. THE BLATCHFORO BEQUEST 0t, ; . CONCLUSION. Theniissive was short ; its meaning I must have been plain, as Marion had j no need to reperuse it. As she read the; last word, she let both letter and" trinket fall, then, uttering a low cry ' of pain, placed her hands upon her eyes. ' Oh my darling !' she moaned, * and this the reason—this why you j have changed bo, lately ! 'My love, I may have deserved it, but not like this!' So she sorrowed for a time, then her mood changed. She roBe, and dasaing her tears away, paced the room like a queen. " If an angeldiad told me Ibis, I would have laughed him to scorn! After fomany years-— so many happy years! . Cuthbert, Cuthbert! why did you do it?., It; was your right to know. 'Had you' wished it, I would have told yqu— told you freely, in spite of your | promise. But oh ! to learn it. like this, through- a hhel lipy V Then her proud, bearings forsook her, and the not tears sprang forth again. But at last she grew composed ; but the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 23 November 1901
J. ALLEN & CO.. (G. H. SMITH, Proprietor) Blacksmiths, Wheelwrights, Ccachbuxlders, Machinist?, Ironfonnders, &c., YORK, W.A. ARU prepared to execute Orders for Every Description of Farming Implements, Contractors* Ironwork, &e.5 including both Stump-jumping and Ordinary Ploughs, from single to five and six furrows; Scarifiers and Harrows, both stumping and ordinary, all sizes ; Earth Scoops, Horse Rakes, Winnow ing Machines, "Waggons, Drays, Spring Yans, Trollies' Waggonettes, Pony Carts, Phaetons, etc. AJl kinds of Ploughs and Machine Fittings supplied at shortest notice. Windmills erected, and all kinds of Pumps and Piping supplied and fixed anywhere in the colony. Repairs and Jobbing work of every description neatly and promptly exe cuted. Wheels Tyred Daily. Horses care fully shod by a first-class ehoeing-snJth. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Coach painting and Trimming done in the very best style. Farmers are particularly requested to send in their orders .ea...
HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901
HINTS. The peach bears only on wood of the previous setfsoks* grp wth. Pruning to excess, or too frequently or too long, is weakening ftPSie tree.' When a branch/is removed the cutting I should be close, leaving no stub, j The apple, pear, quince, and thorn oau be grafted one on another with varying success. The best plan in -buying trees is to go to the nursery and select them yourself. Considering the ease with which grape cuttings grow there is little necessity for grafting. , The strawberry plantation can hardly be worked tog- much. Thorough cultivation , means heavy yields. | Keep an eye on the future shape of the tree, and remove small needless crossing on crooked limbs, j In taking up a tree for transplanting | tne greatest care must be exercised to . secure as much of the root Bystem as pos I sible. | Pruning when the tree is growing in leaf l checks growth j Quinces, grapes; figs, raspberries, goose I hemes, and currants.are all easily propagated I by cuttings. . I Keep .th...
FARM AND DAIRY. ROOTS AS STOCK FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901
FARM AND DAIRY. BOOTS AS STOCK FOOD. A writer commenting on the value of roots for feeding stock^yiff^Es that:—" In America where corn is bo ..qhfap, it does not pay to raise roots f$r feeding."- This may apply to feeding stock in the great West, but I doubt if it does among the small farmers in the eastern and middle States. Beet and carrots are not great fat producers in themselves, but when fed in connection with grain they are inestimable. Stock fed with an occasional ration of beet or carrots put on flesh more rapidly, and the meat is more tender and juicy than when fattened on grain alone. Why farmers do not use more roots is a mystery, unless it is on account of the: supposed cost of growing them. When we consider that from Ave to seven hundred bushels of carrots and from twelve to sixteen hundred bushels of mangels can he grown per acre, and with modern appliances at a cost but little in excess of growing a crop of potatoes, it is more suprising that so few are grown. An exc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901
In concluding a paper in the Journal of] the Board of Agriculture ,©n sheep -feeding experiments in Scotland, Dr. A. P. Aitken notices one or two points. It has, he sajB, ' been shown that a preponderance of farin- • aceous matter in' the fodder increases the proportion of fat in the carcase^ while a pre ponderance of nitrogenous (alSuminoid) in-! creases the production of wool. ' It has also been shown that whats is known as the al buminoid or nutrient ratio is no satisfactory guide to feeding when applied to the total fodder of sheep consuming a dietary consisting off turnips and by-fodders with or without Kay . As r^gaj-ds the quality of the mutton produced! the opinion-of .the butchers employed was that dried grains prdducsd the. best mutton, and that the mutton of the lot in whose dietary maize took a part was abont as good. Volunteers were numerous to visit the fire which was raging in the vicinity of Kat arming on Wednesday last. It is rumoured that a local hotel-keeper left ...
LONDON WOOL SALES, [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901
LONDON WOOL SALES, Messrs. Dalgetyand Co., Ltd., Fremantle, j advise fthat their London office wires as foljows, under date of yesterday :—" Wool sales have opened with very poor eelection. There was a large attendance of buyers, competition being fairly animated, Offerings are principally composed of medium and coarse crossbred wools; prices lower 4 to 6 per cent J'
KALGOORLIE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901
KALGOORLIE MARKET. Messrs. Wright, Ralph, and Chappell, K&lsooalie, advise the following as the prie.es realised at their sale on Monday, November 25:— Fruit.—Bananas, 28s ; cherries, 40s ; gooseberries, lOd j Gape gooseberries, 7d; lemons, Adelaide 10s to 12s, Italian 28s; oranges, Italian 28s, Adelaide 21s. Vegetables.—Beetroot, 3s . 6d ,- Freach beans, 3d ; broad beans, id; cabbage, 4s, 8s 6d ; cauliflowers, '2s, 8s 6d; carrots, 7d to Is 7d; cucumbers, 2s to 4s 6d ; marrows, 2s to 3s 6d ; parsnips, Is 7d ; potatoes, £8 to £12 10s ; peas 2|d to 3d ; rhubarb, 4jd ; salads, 9i to lid; tomatoes, 30s ripe, 10a green; turnips, Is. Produce and Poultry.—Ducks, 8s 6d to 12s; fowls, 8s to lis 6d; geese, 25s, 27s 6d ; turkeys, 30s; lamb, 15s; frozen mutton, 22s 6d to 24s 6d; chaff, £5 (Northam); onions, 20s (new) ; eggs, Is 7d j honey (in tins), 7a dozen, in bulk 3fd per lb. Strong demand for all lines, but prices poor owing to recent irregularities in railway deliveries. We recomme...
LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901
LOCAL COURTS. Dr Black, K.M., attends the undermentioned -places on the days specified, for the purpose of conducting Local Courts Katanning, third Wednefidoy each month fvarrogin, second Friday each month Wagin, third Fridayeach month Kojonup, last Friday each m/Onth Mr. T. H. Stanebury, Clerk of Courts at Katanning, visits Kojonup every third Wed nesday
KOJONUP NOTES. November 26. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901
K8J0NUP NOTES. (Fbom Octb OobbespoBdbnt.) November 26. rue ion owing stocs was sold privately , during month:—On account of Mr. A EvWarburton: 40 head of cattle to Mr. House, Beverley; truck of . fat lambs. for Albany. Account Mi's. J. Norrish, Warkeiup; 25 bead of fat cattle and 10G lambs to W. M, Baker, Kataunmg; and 100 ewes to Mr. "Warburton. On account of Mr. "W. T. Jones: 500 6heep, principally fait lambs, "to Mr. Leonard, Bridgetown; and 100 sheep to Holly Bros. This speaks well for this district, and proves its capabili ties for stock raising. The Agricultural Department in tended taking away the Government short-horn bull, but owing to the K&jonup Agricultural-Society writing about the matter he remains in the district. ' The Treasure Bros, intend purchasing it. It is A splendid animal, and, judging by the appearance of the calves, there will be some great cattle here in. a few-years. I regret to spyMrs.J. Norraefo-has lost over 200 sheep by poison during the month;...
PERTH REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901
PERTH REPORT. Messrs. IT. and 0. Piesse, produce merchants, Wellington-street, Perth, report for the week ending November 27 :—We beg to report having had fair sales for all lines during the past week. Good supplies of potatoes are earning forward. Chaff has been more plentiful and market is not so firm as last reported. Chaff: Prime samples free from dust brought up to. £4 10s. Q-ood feed £3 5s to £4. New chaff has been arriving in better condition this year than was the ease last. Wheat: 4s 4d to 4s 6d according to quantity and quality. For new seasons wheat 3s 6d is being offered for truck lote forward delivery on rail Perth. Oats: Market firm. New Zealands worth from 4s to 4s 2d, crushed 4s 2d to 4s 4d. Algerians 3s 5d to Ss 9d. Maize: 4s 6d to 5s, crushed 5s to 5s 3d. Linseed: 25spercwt. Peas: 5s6dto5s9d. Bran and pollard : £6 10s to £6 15s. Oil Cake: Sunlight £8 10s ton lots and 9s per bag; Singapore best quality £7 10s ton lots, 8s per cwt bag lots. Flour: Local, we are unabl...
Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901
Wagin. I/. Just, (Joaclibuilder and General .Black smith J. (3. H. Nenke, Saddler C. L. GrEM., General Storekeeper A. Motjait, Hide and General Buyer J. Facey, Bootmaker " F. M. ButtfibIiD, General Storekeeper F. & C. Fiesse, General Storekeepers . J. Cabbuthebs, Newsagent, Stationer, etc A. Doig, Butcher and Baker J. Spbatt, Wagin Hotel H. Spbagg, Federal Hotel ;
COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HERALD Office, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901
COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. Herald Office, November 29. The market this week is rather dull, there being no changes to report. Following are the local quotations :—Wheat, 3s 6d; c"iaff, £3 10s to £3 12s 6d, for pure g,*eeu well cut wheaten; inferior,: 30s t > 50s per ton; eggs, lOd per doz ; butter Is 21,- flour, £9 per Lou *, bran, £6 6s per ton; pollard, £6 10s per ton.