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CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

CURB FOR DRTJN-KBNK ESS: The Chief Seeretary has given the Rev. .A. Edgar, «yho is interested in. bi-chloride gold cure for drunken ness, permission to try the effect of the specific on some pris jners'uuder going punishment at Pentridge The consent of the prisoners will of course, have to be obtained before • they ate placed under treatineut.

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

NO-CONFIDENCE MOFION. It is understood that; notwithstand ing the defeat of the no-eohftdence motion, Mr Peacock intends recon structing the Cabinet.

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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STORYTELLER. A NOBLE REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

STORYTELLER. NOBLE REVENGE. At last he eonseuted to receive his son-in-law, and they became, if not on a cordial, at least on a friendly footing with one another, tie gave 110 settled income to Lena, but sent cheques occasionally. People said that the Captain had married her hoping for a fortune. They were wrong; he married her bec.nise she was sweet enough to be valued for herself alone. In the meantime the young offieer, unconscious of the unpleasant news coming to overtake him, Was the gay est of a riither large party of sportsmen. He was a tail, fair, handsome man of seven-and-twenty; a general favourite. G-enial, thoughtless, fond ot pleasure, he had made .ducks and drakes of his inheritance, but nothing worse. Honourable at heart, he had almost paid his liabilities up to the last penny. This left him poor, but with a character unsullied. ' Ho not laugb so immoderately, Graveuor,' said Sir Hugh. ' The old wives say, " They that laugh in the morning will greet ere e'en." ' • 'Yo...

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TELEGRAMS. THE POLITICAL SITUATION. THE APPROACHING ELECTIONS. CLOSE CONTESTS EXPECTED. PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

TELEGRAMS. THE POLITICAL SITUATION* THE APPROACHING ELEC TIONS. CLOSE CONTESTS EXPECTED, Pebth, Friday. Both sides are working very hard in connection with the approaching Ministerial elections, and the opinion is gaining ground that the contests in every case will be exceptionally close.

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

F Notices. R SALE. PIANO, iron-frame, every modem im provement ; 4ft. lin. high; £85 ; quite new j nacked in o&se and put on rail. * JOHN WATTS, Albany. NOTICE. WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY. BUCKLEY, Watchmaker and Jewel ler, formerly of Albany and Coolgardie. Temporary Premises, Lbbad' a Coevbb Padace, Katanning. Watch, Clock and Jewellery Repairs & Spegiality., JO H N B. E B S A R Y, WAGIN, Land and Commission Agent. Dealer in Live Stock, Poultry, Ac. Agent for Harris Scarfs and Co., Ltd. Improved Farms for Sale in Wagin and Narrogin district)). Easy terms. Katanning distbict roads* boabd. ANNUAL ELECTION. NO; ICE is hereby given that NOMINA TIONS will be received for the Vacancies caused upon the above Board by the Retire ment, through effluxion of time, of Messrs E R Bell, T Garstone, and A ProsBer. Written nominations to be in the hands of the Chairman by noon on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1901. ARNOLD R. PIESSE, Chairman. NOTICE is hereby given that all out standing ...

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

APPOINTMENT. Mr. Pearson, who for fifteen years has been coiiuected with the chemistry section cf the Depar :mento ufAgri cultiire and W ater .Supply, has ac cepted. a position as head i'f the Department of Agriculture in Natal. The position carries a -salary of £800 per annum with pension rights:

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POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

POSTAL NOTICES. Following are the times at which mails are despatched from the Post-Offices men tioned :— Katanniug. Perth (daily), Sunday excepted 12*15 p.m. For Wagin, Narrogin, Cubballing, Pingelly and Beverley (noon) For Albany .; daily, Sunday excepted (3 p.m.), Brown Hill. Cranbrook, Mt. Barker, 3 p.ra For Marraeoonda, (weekly), Friday's, 7 a.m For Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.m For Gtfdgelbarrup (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.m Kojonup (weekly, Friday's, 1*30 p.m

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

Portly.— " How.-well he fills the pulpit!" " Yea. I wish I, could say the same thing of the church."—"Judge." " 1 conclude that's a fly," said the young trout. " You are right, my dear," replied an old one ; " but be careful how you i jump at conclusions." His Grounds.—Crawford—" Why is your minister opposed to Sunday golf ?" Crabsbaw —" Because he can never get off on that day to play."—" Judge.". _ Mother—" Where's tout dad ?" Flossie— " He's"downstairs." Mother—" What's he going ?" Flossie—" His bicycle is out of brcaff, atd heVgiving it some more 1" Method.—" While your wife is away in the country why do . you always send her. such email sums at a time?" "If 1 didn't she might use the money to come home unexpec tedly."—" Judge." G ravitation.— iheapis- That was a queer accident your had at your theatre. How did the flies happen to come down ?" Manager —" I guess they were attracted by the bald heads in the front row."—" Judge " Teacher—" What is the meaning of the word 'excavate...

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

Wagin. For Arrhur River, (Wednesday's), at noon For Eastwood (Cronin'a) 8 a.in. Monday's ■ For Westward (Jforin Lake), 8 a.m Thursday's For Perth, and intermediate places, Mon day's, Tuesday's,Thursday's, Friday's, Satur day's, 2 p.m.; Wednesday's, 6 p.m For Albany, Katanning, Broome Hill, Mt Barker, Monday, Wednesday, Thnrsday, Friday and Saturday's, at 1*20 p.m. j Tues day's,-6 p.m

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 30 November 1901

Broome Hill. For Kojonup, Wednesday 12*30 p.m For Salt Fiver, every other Friday, 9 a.m For Perth and intermediate places, daily, 11*30 a.nv, excepting Wednesday's (6 p.m.) Albany1 and intermediate places daily, 4 p.m., excepting Tuesday's (6 p.m.)

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WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 December 1901

WISE ANDOTHERWISE. Major ' passed through M«bi day. His flame, prolritflj^ -^ould" hot -have.! been known here had^it^lt been «i^^ied-to J a "reserved" carriage notice, andj&teed oh the window of a first^lass'corfa^rtjnisnt. All this distinction comes. froth the JGhkhy end, and it can only be presumed;, that the bluff of the ubiquitous free traveller works well down. tbat way. On tbe train on Monday thereK were no less than eight passengers jammed lip in-a-first-class compartment next this " reserved " :one. When is this tommy rot going to end ? Considerable commotion was caused at a j bush fire on Wednesday last by tbe sudden disappearance of one of the fire-fighters. A party of something like a dozen had been attracted from Katanning by tbe dense volumes of smoke- that..were -observed in a south-easterly direction .from the town, and on arrival at the-scene of "the conflhgration one of the party assumed command. - - After warning his men to be carefal of snakes, which he s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 December 1901

o^'Crfpa ;onflif(»rM. imn/jtdnse jaim ' j&iuse; .... w_.r ^ Jfigj' Mem 3§ii»$;fcp®rer IqiSvrn to fail-. Botfclaa Is. Proprietors, -Campbell - Gocfermifratid Go. ,<?ii e m ist e, Atbaay. 1 Localj^€nfc»GwA.Harri», SLataaaing. *../

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THE GOVERNMENT POLICY. MANIFESTO BY THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 December 1901

THE GOVERNMENT POUCY, MANIFESTO BY-TUB PBEMIBB. The- following items ere taken from the manifesto issued by Mr A. E. Morgans:— With regard to the ith^rtant%<j%|!j^joB of the redistribution of seats, jtbrf"{foverijihent is fully seised of the necessity of amending the Constitution Act, in order to secure a nc equitable representation of the people in .the Parliament of tMs State. This necessary measure will receive careful cohsideration at their hands, and an -Act trill be introduced .for. the purpose of oarryiing this reform into effect before the'dissolution of. the present Parliament, so that the people may enjoy the privilege of this important political change at the next general election. The Government also recognises that the tame has arrived when plural voting must be ' abolished, and provision will bemede accord ingly. Agricultural Land Settlement and Pastoral Industry.—The importance of a liberal and progressive policy in oonneotion with the settlement of bur lan...

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LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 December 1901

BOAOTflFHEALTH. The ordinary meeting o£ the menders of th4; above m held on Thursday evening, when there were- present—Mean*. Harris (chairman), Case, Ranford, Lebad, and the ••ore tar/. COBBKBPONDSNOB. From Health Department, re the making up of accounts of receipts and expenditure for presentation to the Registrar-General? also to the effeot that it was incumbent upon the anditors to the Board to deliver their re-: port within seven da/s of the completion of the audit; also asking for oopj of balance sheet. Received. Balascb-Shxbt. The secretary read the balance-sheet, as follows ;—Receipts : Cash in hand to 31st October, £7 14s 3d; health rate, £86 lis Id; sanitary rates, £90 3s lOd : total, £134 9s 2d. Expenditure: Sanitary contractor, £85 12s Id; salaries, commission, and fees, £32 18s 8d; sanitaxy pans and disinfectant. £10 13s; bank charges, £1 16s 7d; general account, 16b 3d; cash in band, £2 13s ; total, £134 9s 2d. The balance-sheet was certified to bj the auditors as oorr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 December 1901

no chemist near inhiifc we do P - Juet ■end -your o»j^r, po mafcterliBi# ;emall,direct to Campbeil-Cecbrane cBetniete, Albany, who w01 atfcendfoifc^pn^t*^ Goo© fob shb Lira# olt^a^BTto; H. OowJeo, .of Aibtey, says: *—** ■ yoinr^Dtaa^ugh^er the phi subject toooBghs, «id«a; ^ Win6U^;^lt^^ren^I foraidCuracougb othAftwet' ailmbbte, «Se __ . .,_ arane andr;>r'iCd.j }bany- JjOcn^.%onl,O.A.

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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 December 1901

Wagin. <J. Just, Coachbuuder and General Black smith J. C. H Nenke, Saddler C. L. Gem, General Storekeeper* A. Mouan, ffide and General Buyer j. Facet, Bootmaker F. J£. Bcttfield, Gereral Storekeeper F. & C. Piesse, Genetfei Storekeepers J. Cabbuthers, Newsagent, Stationer, etc A. Boio,- Batcher and Baker J. Spbatt, Wagv Hotel H. Speachj, Federal Hotel

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CONCERT AT CRANBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 December 1901

CONCERT AT CRANBROOK. A concert wasbeldin theschoolroom, Cranbrook, on Friday, 29th Noveui^ ber, the proceeds going towards pay-, ing the cost of a piano recently pur chased for the use of the school. The building was well filled with residents of the district, standing room only being available. The programme com menced with a pianoforte duet by Mrs. and Miss N. Climie entitled, " The Prince Imperial Galop," which was tastefully rendered. This was followed by a song, " In *64," by the Rev. J. A. Howes, which was well re ceived by the. audience. The next item was a vocal" duet, " The" Mill Wheel," by the. Misses E. and hf. Climie. " Baby's Stocking," a reci tation by the infants, was very amu ~sing, and for a t eucore "The Butter fly " was given. A comic song, " The Dandy Colored Coon," by Mr. Currie, was much appreciated. The next item was a chorus, by the company, " I'm pff. to Charlestowh." Miss E. Dlimie^fol lowed with a song, "Darby and Joan.'" A flute solo by Mr. Befcts was we...

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WAGIN NOTES. December 4. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 December 1901

WAGIN NOTES. (Fnou OOB. COBMSPOKWUfT.) December 4. Some of the finest agricultural land in the Wagin district is situated from 20 to 25 miles eastwards, hut unfojriunatelyfor the intend ing settler, and those already settled on the land, the rainfall is limited, and springs and soaks hard to discover. In a raSenfc visit'to the homestend^ of Mr. Oronin I win - much stshck with, fbfe splendid -country which has been selected by him. Mr. Cronin, who is I one of the oldest settlers of this part, hat a j most comfortable homestead. He is a be-; lieyar In mixed farming,, as besides having a j good jarea under cultivationhe keeps from a > 1,000 to 1,500 sheep. Just at present he is fibst fortpaate a» regards ia; water simply, as ^,/^dtjlsday last abtavy thundemtonh brokeover' and in a fewmbments tanks and -4am* were filled, to. .byerfipwing^. 4his, coming l as it did; whan settlers. were nearly out ^ water, is quitea blesMhgtP tbem.. : Bush fires have been raging to the oast, of Wagin d...

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 December 1901

Broome Hill. C. Darcy, Coachbuilder and General Blacksmith W. M. Q-arrity, Imperial Hotel

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LICENSING COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 1. (Before Dr. Black, R.M., and Mesers. J. E. Coecher and H. H. Brodman, J.'s.P.) RENEWALE GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 December 1901

LICENSING COUriT. Monday, Dbcejibeb 1. (Before Dr. Black; ;R.M., and Mesers. v J. B. 0o'wcliH9ryand"0.'3i. Brod J. man,- J:'s'fejV *>' ';*p Reskwalh GbAJTT£D. James Spratt, Wagin HStel, Wagin. A bagatelle license was also granted. Wm. 8pra.it, Mt. <. Pleasant Inn, A rthur, wayside license. A bagatelle license was also granted. -, ' N. Bushalia, Duke7of York Hotel, Narrogin. ' "*'■!! Herbert Spragg," Federal Hotel, "Wagin, • •. •. .. ;.i Geo. McLeod^. Esatanning Hotels Katanning. » ' M. J. Brown, $oyal Exchange. Hotel, Katahning. Johanna Barron, f Bullara' Hotel, | Cuballing Pool. ';,4 : Elijah ' Bell, Wjbodanilling Inn, Woodanilling, waysffle. , / William Garrite? |Imperial Hotel, Broome -djill* waysidp • A bagatelle Ireense^was alro ^cfthtedi Wm. Cornwall; ^r^lteyal Hptelj,: Kojonup, wayside. i I J. Dearie, Comt&dfcwealth Hotel, Kojonup, wayside, 'i ". ' :" EA^tae-Housi Licbkbks. BI. Lebad applied^for a. renewal of eating-house license for premises in dive-str...

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