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PERTH. AN EX-CONSTABLE FINED. DENIES ALLEGATIONS OF THE "SUNDAY TIMES." PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

PERTH. , v ■ ——" •» AN EX-CONSTABLE FINED. DENIES ALLEGATIONS OF THE " SUNDAY TIMES.'' ■, Pbeth, Frfdaj. . Henry Winder, an ex-constable, charged with leaving the department without" leave, pleaded guiltjfeHe explained that he was financially in debted to members of the force. His position wan; untenable. He would rather be dismissed for desertion than for bankruptcy. He absolutely denied the statement in the . Sunday Times that, he had received, money for fur thering the promotion of constables, also that Inspector Hrewery insisted men to desert and fly from iheir just . debts'. The Beach accepted the state ment and fined accused £3.

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WOODANILLING. November 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

WOODANILLING. (FBeS£ OUB COBBES PONDBKT.) November 27th. The Government has at last decided to place a man in charge of this siding for the busy season, and should busines warrant it after a three months' trial they will open it as a booking station. Settlers are quite satis fied that they have not long to wait to see it opened as a booking station. The very large amount of produce sent from here warrants the appointment of a stationraaster, and the inhabitants of this district have been ! inconvenienced a great deal in the past through there having been no one in charge- ] As one good thing never comes alone, we may i expect a post-office and a school, both of j which are wanted badly. Sports are to be held here on Boxing Day, and are likely to prove a success. Nomina tions are coming in very freely for the different events.

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THE TICK PEST. SPREADING AT DONGARRA AND CARN ARVON. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

THE TiCiC f®ST. SFJtEADINGAT DQNGABSA AND IOABN 4BVON. The^ Chief Inspjeetor pf~ Stock in W-eBtern Australia lias received pom' inunicationsCar narvon 'stating that ticks are; spread ipg among the Socks tbere. appended return lowing tj^ gold ; meld of Western iAastralia for ^October, has -been famished by; the ;'.. ^tatist ^p; th6 Mities' ©^artmea^ J Jtfr. 1". Wallace: - $1© stjitei^nt : ia u compiled from partieujarssuppiied .ho- ■;! the Alining Begisfcrats goidfieldsby lease-holdera Itlneludea the quantities of alluVial,d^ specimen gold i^pp^djtq'"" ment> Mod the and cold recovered xlnfit The return for j0c follows -Miuvial, dolliedand specinwas,; milled, • 156,C 150,600.13ozs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

Ore Trial will Convince.—If you want to vex your best friend, tread on bis oorns.' If yon want to please him, advise him to use " Curacorn," the positive corn cure; never known to fail. * Bottles Is. Proprietors, Campbell-Cochrane and Co., chemists, Albany. ■ Local agent, C. A. Harris, Katanning. *! > Car toit Amobi> to be without it.— *&Ir. E. Sharpe, of Albany, was suffering from a severe cough, left a* a legacy af ter an attack of influepxa. induced to try Cura oougb, and the first dose gave^ hitp instant "ief- Proprietors, Opmpbell i&wagg*-: . - . " A Bootr TO Mothbrs.—If you Wish your children to hare beoptiful hair and clean, wholesome brads yon wmst Use Barry's Nur sery Hair Lotion, which cleanses the head and destroys all parasites. Bottles Is 3d. Camp J bell-Coehrane and Co., chemists, Albany. Local agents, C. A. Harris, storekeeper, Ka- ■ tanning. *

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VICTORIA. SERIOUS MINING ACCIDENT. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

VICTORIA. SERIOUS MINING ACCIDENT. M££bovbss; Friday A serious landslip occurred at the Bethanga mine this morning. A man named Blanehfield was over whelmed^ both legs being broken. Little hope is entertained for Lis recovery.

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SPORTING. Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

SPORTING Cricket. The*® have just been completed in -the Stat 8 two ma'chic—an Interi ational and the other Interstate. In the former Mr. McLarens XI opposed Nevr South Wales. A portion of the individual scores appeared in our telegraphic columns of lastisBue. In the International match, Mr. Maclaren's English XI v. New South Wales, the scoring was the highest yet recorded.' N.S.W., in 'her first innings, scored 288, and m the second effort made 422, the principal contri butors being—Poidevin, 151, not out; Noble, 74; and Iredale, 67. Grand total, 710. The Englishmen' registered 332 in their first attempt, their second effort producing seven less—Lilley contributing 80, Maclaren 73, Tyldesley 57, and Hayward 53. Their grand t otal reached 657, or 53 runs behind the score of their opponents, The Interstate jnatch, South Australia v. Victoria, was also brought to a conclusion on Tuesday, leaving the letter victors by five wiekefe j South Australia in her first essay compiled 410, the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

Trade Notices E. & C. GPIZESSIE •{Established 1890), GENERAL MERCHANTS, IMPORTERS, and MILLERS, XATANNGfG, "WAG-IK; AND PERrH. Having now completed the ereotiou of New Premises _ in / nstral Terrace, _K& tanning, ,are, carryiag _ a, v«y . rnabh • larger stock in all departments than has ■ ever been earned before in thi&portion -of the State. Groceries, Ironmongery, Glassware, Sardwcure, ALTANIZEJD IRON, * FENCING WIRE, OORNSACKS, BRAN BAGS, DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, 1 FANCY GOODS, And many other lines of the flret quality, too - numerous to mention ; to be sold at Lowest Prices. JUST OPENED, and now on view in the Show Rooms, Large ship®00'® °f /. SPRING AND _ SUMMER GOODS (ex s.s. Darwou, s a Moira, and b s Afrioa, direct "from Home and Continental Markets), These Goods are very Ohoioe, and are Marked at prices that will oo in pare with any n the State. We Invite 70a to look through our Showrooms, and we assure job that all Departments are wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

The Stud. TO STAND THIS SEASON, The Pure Bred Clydesdale Stallion, HERO'S LAD, (Purehuedfrem J. J. Treasure, Ongerup j Earn, near K^jonup, by Clayton ana j Mntofll Bros., Resedale Estate, N&rro-' ffa). : BIBO'S LAD, rising seven yean old, eteuds over 16 bands, on good legs and TSdund feet. He has a splendid quality of j fine hair and good action, a rigorous consti tution, ha» never suffered from over-feeding. He excels., in regard to combination of size j and true form. He will certainly win for ! himself a good position in the foremost rank of the "West Australian stud sires. j HERO'S LAD is by the Champion Draught\ Stallion of Australia, ClydSSdaIiE HEBO,who : has gained first and Champion Prize of. Aus tralia against -twelve imported horses at the j Grand National Agricultural Society's Show, j Melbourne, 1886. In 1887 he carried off the I Melbourne honours again.; In 1888 he took j flnt prize in the imported class, National Show, Melbourne; also Centennial Inter- j natio...

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BUSH FIRE. A FARM HAND OVERCOME BY THE HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

BUSH FIRE. A FARM HAND OVERCOME BX THE HEAT. Abashfire of a very virulent character ravages upon the settlers along por^ns ^fiie Eojonup-road on Wednesday last, about noon. .The fire, Vbich is -supposed to have originated at. Harrolup, was first ob observed by members of the Grover family at about noon: Immediately all available assistance "was summoned iu an attempt to protect i'thb "crop by, ploughing a vbreat of Tobbeut 18ft» around it. The settlers came with renewed efforts in another p&ddook, but their attempt to ^ stem the fireproved futile. It was during the effort to save., the second portion of the crop that a youngman named John Aberley, aged 24^ was so overcome by the: heat, upon his exertions, that he was rendered unconscious. It was tat first thought to be serious, and a messenger was at once despatched for Dr. Wilson, B M.O., who had left by tlie^midday train for Wagin, there to' attend an nrgent case. However, as the day wore on, ifcAvar patent_ to. tbe lay ey...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

LOCAL AND GENEflALNEWS. Mails.—Mails for the Eastern jStates and New Zealand close at the Katanuing post-office on Monday next, at 12.15 p.m., for transmission per jt.M.S, Victoria. Mail A ltebation.—On and -after December 6 the mail between Katan ning aiid i?idgelbarrup (Warren's) will -be despatched from Katanning on Fridays at "7 a.m. in lieu of Thurs days, returning Saturdays at 6 p m. in lieu of Fridays, as heretofore. * The Resident Magistrate.— There is every reason to believe that Mr. W. D. Cowan, R.M,, of York, will take up the dnties of R.M. in the Katanning district during the absence on leave of Dr. Black, "R.M. Mr Cowan will visit the district as occa sion requires. - Wag in Wat#® Supply.—The resi dents of Wagin are ' indignant at the action of the Railway Department in charging such prohibitive prices for water from the dam near the town. The Roads Board bad erected a trough for. stock, and to supply it the pay ment of • 10s. per 1,000 gallons: was demanded by the .dep...

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Money Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

Honey Orders. Inland.—Not exceeding £5, 6d.; above £5, and not exceeding £10, Is.; above £10, and not. exceeding £15, Is. 6d.; above £15, and not exceeding £20, 2s Interstate.—Above £1 and not exceeding £2, 9d.; above £2 and not exceeding £5,. Is. 6d.; above £5 and not exceeding £7, 2s. 3d.; above £7 and not exceeding £10, 3s.; above £10 and not exceeding £12, 3s. yd ; above £12 and not exceeding £15, 4s. 6d.; above £15 and not exceeding £17, 5s. 3d.; above £17 -and not exceeding £20, 6s

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EMIGRATION TO SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

EMIGRATION TO SOUTH AFRICA. The following letter, signed, by Bi. G-. Webb, appeared in a Perth paper:—Tn spite of the many warnings received through the medium of the Press and other sources, num bers of our people from Western Australia are going, and others contemplate going, to South Africa, with the objeot of bettering their positions, thinking that as soon as the war is over there will be many opportunities of improving their positions, and possibly making a fortune. Some fifteen months back, while in South Africa, 1 wrote to friends here and strongly advised them to re main in Western Australia, where they were doing well, and pointed out the many disad vantages they would have to contend with. Some of my letters were published in the papers, and numbers have personally thanKed me since for the news published by you. I still have a very .old friend and partner in South Africa with whom I correspond. In his letters he informs me that skilled labor is plentiful there, and also c...

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Rates of Postages. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

Rates of Postages. JjBttees.—it aeuvered at any jfosc-vrmce for delivery -within the postal delivery limit of such office, for every ioz., or fraction (up to 5lbs, Id. Beyond Such limits, for every. i'oz. or or fraction of £oz., up to 31bs, (dimen sions not to exceed the maximum allowed for packets), 2d ' - Post Cards.—If posted at any post-office for delivery within the postal delivery of such office, id.; bevond such limits Id Packets.—For every 2ozs or fraction of 2ozs, up to 41bs Id Newspapers.—Printed and posted in the Colony for delivery beyond the boundaries of the City or Town at which they may be pub lished, and posted within one week from date of publication not exceeding iOozs, free. For. ever* additional IOozs or. fraction of IOozs (each) id. For each newspaper posted 7 day 3 after publication, not exceeding IOozs, Id. For every additional IOozs or fraction of IOozs, Id. Newspapers must be posted one hour before the closing of the mail by which they are intended to go

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CORRESPONDENCE. WANTED, THE FARMERS TO COMBINE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

CORRESPONDENCE. WANTED, THE FARMERS TO COMBINE. TO THE BDITOB. Sir,—This is a matter of very great im portance to the farming community. The question has often been asked, " Hour is it that every branch of labour unites for its general good, and the farmers do not do so ?" I don't intend answering this, as it opens up a big question ; but I do say that it is time the farmers threw off their apathy and awakened to their sense of duty by taking a little more interest in their own doings. The foregoing remarks have been brought home and imprinted on my memory by reading a speech delivered by Mr. Beside, one of the labour members, at North Fremantle, on "Wednesday, the 20th inst. He was critici sing the Morgans Ministry. He said:— " Mr. Quinlan's interest, of course, was centred in the farmers of the State, but he considered that the people of the goldficlds, Fremantle, and. Perth, if they combined, could rule this eountry, and iberefor® he urged them to organise and be ready to act on ...

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. The following business people have ad- ! Yerfcisemonts appearing in this issue :— j Xatamxing. ! F. & C. Piessk, General Merchants J. Cass, Draper. C A Haeeis, General Storekeeper P A Bekcc, Saddler ¥a. Bakhr; Butcher M Lebao, Coffee Palace A. "W. Kichtee. General Blacksmith and Coachbuilder j ■ G. McLeod, Katanuing Hotel Miss M. J.Brows, Bojal Exchange Hotel A. E. vewab & Co., Hairdressers, Sta tioners, etc C F Wanke, Machinery Agent J Gould, Fruiterer, etc "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

Realistic.—" That canvas of mine that 1j call 'Sunset on the Jersey Meadows,' is the most.realistic thing I ever did." "Is it?" i "Yes. You see that stagnant pool in the foreground ? Well, sir, I had to sprinkle j crude petroleum all over it to keep the i mosquitoes, off." j Chief-Justice Morris was sitting on the! bench in Ireland, and after a case had been tried he said to the : jurymen—" Now^ to consider this matter, you will retire to your accustomed place," and, said the judge later at the bar mess, " two-thirds of them went into the dock." " Mr. Biblus next door just went into his house singing a drunken song," said, the minister's wife. " Did he ? " exclaimed the reverend gentleman. " I'll go right in and see him ? " " Do you think yon can do any good, now ? " " Well, whiie he'a in such a good humour I may induce him to pay his pew rent." Coon fob the Little Ones.—Mrs. H. Gowden, of Albany, saysI have been Using your Chracough for the children, as they are subject to coughs, ...

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MR. MORGANS AT COOLGARDIE. A BOISTEROUS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

MR. MORGANS AT C30L GAROIE. A BOISTEROUS MEETING-. The Tivoli Theatre, Coolgardie, was crowded to the tloers on Wednes day evening, when Mr. A.E. Mor gana delivered hie policy speech. The audience included a large number of leading residents of the town, and there was also a large number of ladies present; Mr Morgans, on entering the hall, was received with loud cheering, intermingled with equally loud groaning and boo-hooing. Mr H. E. Barrett, the Mayor, pre sided, and, in introducing the candi date, was also subjected to consider able interruption. When quiet had been restored Mr Morgans said he supposed that those gentlemen who boo-hooed had come to the place for the purpose of doing so. He had. a perfect right to expect from them a hearing. (Cheers and interruption.) He congratulated Mr Leake on coming there on Saturday, bringing his friends from Kalgoorlie, and Boulder to fill'the hall (Cheers and interruption ) That meeting was well organised by Messrs. Hopkins and Hastie. and...

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NEW SOUTH WALES THE BUBONIC PLAGUE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

NEW SOUTH WALES THE BUBONIC PLAGUE. Sydney, Friday.* The bubonic plaguepatientis pro* grossing favorably. . Three thous.tud rats have been destroyed since the 22nd inst.

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MY WESTERN BRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

My .W^SfEElS; BRIDE. They growjn a garden fair, Hoses all ied and white, Violets are everywhere, Opening their tendril bright. 8hrubs evarywiie'rein bloogi, Hollow and passion dower Into the miprofog h'oura. Out in the lEestnaye T A plant I ^ierieh more Than all the jewels of a Rajah, Or the geine df a treasured shore. And I am tliegardener bold, Tending my little plot, Queen of the hwrrigotd, Lore, and forget^ine-not. Kay, pot e plant*© fair " The Sunder stopped to hvs The dewjionj he* golden bair, -Qr4$ie fed.frptp her dulcet Ijps. And when | dwell fpj *T0r but) Ana|g;<|gn^Vy n»j chide me . Whenier laughing-voice isnear,' ^Jhv^Jj^ti^r'the dear fcnuld hide me, -Bdt there ia no room for fear. iMiht^e wh0 term .me rOrer, * 7-d^fd wbd hnoW at^sftubborn pride, ffifafyfill the wineglass over, |fttt "toast" my Western Bride.

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WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

WISE ANO OTHERWISE. An appropriate attire, to be worn wbei beating oat bash fires -White flannel trousers, white silk shirt, white cummerband. and white flannel coat. It can thus easily be detected by the amount of smut cturried there on the amount of work done. West Australian timber has become re nowned for its toughness and durability, hut a tree that stands in the Southern district beats all others ever known for its solidity. A blackfellow on one occasion was coming from the direction of this tree towards a con stable who was out in search of him, a ben the latter fired over the nigger's bead to scare him a bit. The bullet struck the tree, and rebounded with such velocity as to leave an indention in the back of the dusky individual that he will carry for some time to come. Speaking of policemen calls to mind a funny episode which occurred in an outlying dis trict some years back. A constable was sent but in search of an escaped prisoner, who was seen a month previous to be trav...

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