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A CONSCIENTIOUS JUDGE. REFUSES TO SIT WITH A RELATIVE. PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 December 1901

In the Supreme Oonrt this thoramg^ when Judge; Porker, found J&rr3jeake appearing "for the Crown case Sherrj and Tait x~. Co mnnssioner of ait - ■whehari^one cmik^^cmTO|te8ni1*a» appearing bn either bide,aihdlt j|M»ofc until CouniB^^^^^amtifE '^jjMp^Uy ;; L.4e8i^dJt^:do|if'" "* to hear rae case.

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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WEDDING AT NARROGIN. December 5. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 December 1901

WEDDING AT NARROGIN. (SBOK OUB COBBBffPOKBBNT.) December 5. I A wedding of great local interest was solemnised at the " Church of the Resurrec tion " this morning. The event was the first of its kind held at' the new building, and the altar was prettily decorated by thefriends of the bride. The contracting parties were Mr T H Nesbitt,. of Albany, and Miss Catherine ( Mary Sinclair, dawgfrfcerof Mr R Sinclair, of be Williams River. The nuptial knot was tied by the Rev E. C Gillett, of Mourambine, rector of the parish. Mrs Hesse, organist of the church, presided at the organ. The church was crowcfei. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked very, charm ing in a gown of white satin, tastefully and daintily trimmeci with white sill lace and white sill ribbon, with a veil tastefully arranged over a coronet of orange blossoms, and fastened with pearl pins. Misses Xiizzie and Rosie Sinclair, sisters of the bride, and Miss Nesbitt, Bister of the bridegroom, acted as bridesmaids. ...

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CRARGE AGAINST A DETECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 December 1901

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TELEGRAMS. THE MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. TWO MINISTERS DEFEATED. THE PREMIER RETURNED. PELTED WITH ROTTEN EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 December 1901

■' >. ' .THE - •- • • MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. TWO MINISTERS DEFEATED. THE PREMIER RETURNED, PELTED WITH ROTTEN EGGS, The elections for the seats; rendered vacanfcby the acceptance of portfolios in the Morgans Government in the districts of Perth abd^oolgardie and the West Province yesterday caused intense excitement. It ran particu larly high in Coolgardie, where Mr, Eddy contested the" seat with .the Premier, with the result below men tioned. - - COOLGIE&XK. Morgans • ... 821 Eddy ... ... 558 f On the result of the West Province and Perth elections becoming^ . in Coolgardie the,news was received with cheers. • Mr. Morgans was re ceived with groans and rotten eggs. -" /. " .. peeth. ; • ;* Purkiss ... ... 772 Wilson ... 646 WEST PEOVHTCE Laurie... ... 1,237 Moss ... ... .... 669 TOODTA.T. Quinlan, unopposed.

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DEATH OF MRS. C.A. PIESSE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 December 1901

DEATH OFJflBS. C.APIESSE. Profound regret was expressed on Thursday afternoon when news of the death, of, Mrs. 0. A. Piesse reached | Katanning, and as the jsad intell igenee spread to the outlying districts the1 expressions of sorrow were universal. That the beloved lady had passed away was the sole topic, and the large circle of friends who had known her: in life were most sincere in their expressions of sorrow at the sad news of her death. The deceased, Martha Amelia Ellen, was the wife of Mr. C. A. Piesse, M.L.C., of Wagin. For! some years the deceased had suffered from an internal complaint, which had | caused her almost unbearable pain. The attacks became more frequent of late, and last week so alarming, had j the symptoms become that Dr Wil son, of Katanning, and Dr Roughan, of Williams, were sent for. After consultation the two medical gentle men recommended the patient's re moval to Perth, where every con venience would be available for the operation which they recognised c...

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

Notices. M "jyj OTICE is hereby given thar all CLAIMS' X v against M.J.Bjpwn, Royal Exchange j HpteS^ be Tendered on or j before SATfMmYNEXT, December 12. Also, all ACCOUNTS due to the said M. J. Brown mustbe paid by the-same date, other wise legal proceedings will be taken. M. J. BROWN, Royal Exchange HoteL Katanning, December 6. jg^OJONUP ROADS BOARD. NOTICE, is hereby given that Nomina tions will be received for. Three Vacancies sansed by the retirement, through effluxion of time, of Messrs. L. F: Yanzulicom, J. B. Norrish, and A. E. Warburton, who are all eligible for re-election. Written nominations must be in the hands of tbe Chairman by noon on THURSDAY, December 12,1901. ; Date of election—Thursday, December I 19, 1901. J. B. TUNNEY, Chairman. F B. PIANO, iron-frame, every modern im provement; 4ft. lin. high; £35; quite new ; packed in case and put on rail. JOHN WATTS, ; .-r Albany.; NOTICE. WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY. BUCKLEY, Watchmaker and Jewel ler, formerly of Albany an...

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THE ALBANY CONSPIRACY CASE. A RULE NISI APPLIED FOR. PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 December 1901

THE • ALBANY CONSPIRACY A: B5U£E XLSI AF^LTfiirFOfiL • * ..; V • PsaxH, Frftfejv l-mofaitog Mhr. Evinfe applied, Oil . ^iaTf, Thotaa? iBeastej, ' ' A"L ~"~'*,v'" " '"^ rejg.". 7 ".'" '"". " ££££Jss£ij£xj' '£■■">M'i *^|L til1 tW the i3fcliiust.

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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 December 1901

NEWSttf BRIEF. 3EtaisUu*tee of tbc House of ficio* retfu&d riie Sm^S^^ak} soap. -:\ i, •* The West Australian gold yield for the i&onfch of NcmcmberwaB 174,481 ozs. The Boere are said to hare Terr little am munition, and are suffering great hardships. Russia is said to be urging Japan to ne gotiate for the possession of the Philipines. General Hector ^facdonaid, who is pro ceeding'to Ceylon.in the Omrah, was heartily received in Perth and Fremantle on Monday. Advices from New York state that a splendid shower of Lieoniden (the November shooting stars) have been observed from Cape Hatteras, one of the prominent head lands off the east coast of the United States. Professor Hahnemann, of the Medical College, Chicago, claims to have had much success in treating cases of cancer with the Bontgen rays. The famous Hope blue diamond, respect ing which there was litigation over two years ago, has been eoid to a New York million aire for £30,600. It is understood that His Majes...

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THE LAST ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 December 1901

THE LAST ELECTIONS. Following were the results of tiie last elections in/tfee places named CooireAEDiB. —r Number on roll, 3,732 ; number roted, 1,610; Mor gan i (M), 811; Wedd (I/), 414 j Smith (O.)372 ; informal, 13; ma jority for Mr. Morgans, 397; present, number on roll, 3,375. - •" • Pebth.—Namber on roll, ;2,748 ; .number pbilfed,l,066 jWilBdn ,691; Moilof ; (M.}, 366;iiri6rina^ . 9;;%Uiajority for ., Mr. Wils^ 226~ present number- on roll,^342. ToonTAt.-^Number on roll, 7X7; number voted, 545; Quiolaii (M?), 351; Hamraersley (N.),; 180 - tna jority for Mr Quia lan, 1%L present number on roll; 720. . • • N obth' MracHrsow.^Niimber on ; roll, 787.;' number voted,'308 ; Moor bead (O.}, 233-; Carlton 60 •; : informal, 0 • majority for Mr.. Moor-r head, 164; present number on rojl, 843. ^ V ; • . ^ McBcnreorc.—ONUmber enroll, 455 j admber . voted^ 306; Nanspn; {cK}.,1 majority on roll,. 504 • ' , " '••• • •>•"• W est, pBO^ScB.^Number on ridV 1,014; Moiw, JffllS} informal, I5f; ...

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

Part II. "In a meadow on a cliff, at a favourite sea-side report, the pupils of Dr. Calthorpe's school were playing cricket one fine Saturday afternooon. Full of life-energy and the inexhaus tible spirits of boyhood, without a second thought in the world, they were ' heart and soul in the game; while two ushers ou duty preformed a otxarter deck.walk-in the shade of a hedge that bounded the field on the roadwav side, seizing the opportunity to study a fovourite author, but keep ing wary eyei and ears open on their youthful charges at the same time. The school was situated .at the out skirts of the town, the large handsome building, nicknamed ' the House ■ of Lords,' in consequence of the many sprigs of nobility the Doctor prepared for Etou. As the locality was retired, with a . charming view over a sapphire sea, it was the custom for ladies, nurse maids, children, and a few.stray boat man, to stroll on the cliff when the Saturday afternoons were fine, to see the play, and how very mu...

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STORYTELLER A NOBLE REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 7 December 1901

STORYTELLER A NOBLE REVENGE. Captain Gravenor had sat reading in the library the day of the dinner party. All went against him. Mr. Desbor-iugh deposed that he had occasionally sent both his daughter and her husband cheques, but never to so large an amount. He had received, a short letted from Gravenor when he arrived in Perthshire—it thanked him fo? his ' great kindness.'. He was at a loss to know what he meant, but set it down to the friendliness he h id recently shown his brother-in-law, with whom be had not been on the best of terms. Captain Gravenor was pronounced guilty by most people; but all wondered at his short-sightedness, not to say clumsy imu agement in the fraud, which he might be sure would be almost install % . found ou\ Doubtless, he calculated on the trans action being looked over, for his wife's ' sake, as it would have been, had not Mr. Thore1 made the affair public at once. A money-lender named tesachar stated that be had recently received the ast balance of an ...

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

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

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

POSTAL NOTICES. Following are the times at which mails are despatched from the Post-Offices men tioned :— Xatanning. Perth (dailj), Sunday excepted 12*16 p.m. For Wagin, Narrogin, Cubballing, Pingelly and Beverley (noon) For Albany daily, Sunday excepted i3 p.m.), Brown Hill. Cranbrook, Mt. Barker, 3 p.m — For Marracoonda, (weekly), Friday's, 7 a.m For Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.m For Qidgelbarrup (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.m Kojonnp (weekly, Friday's, 1*30 p.m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

-- Wn strain® position tosppply yori with all kinds of drog^ ohemioalsj ^teiit medicine*,: ~ p3rfmpgryt oiftrgical appliances aurfqes, pho tographic *&®bsrial, -xsas***v and sick-room nquiBU^**«•» at jJie lowest '-possible 'Jjfjian, >;*»-*»> %re direct English.Anierican, ^iS^^nHBeptaibuytw in wholesale tin; All hrdere of 10». n tHyvagprnntq^, ^ e!ie®uU,~ WHOOPIJJG CO-0BH. ; lip little sap had so attack of whooping cough and was hpkial*»eA*w$lh~ pbenmphis; f>nt fop Chamberlain's Cough Veinedf&re would hpT# bad AieriOns June[■■of it- 1&„4%K>. ~ pf ^ kreU: ^waifc.;&M.A. fid • - salebY F and C ' S£at#m»ihj *dS' ~ ^l%n.:?',i'r A'-" '.' iv'-'.jK----:

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AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL SUPREMACY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL SUPREMACY. fa* enormous advance in tLe commerceand industry of the United States during tbe last few years, ..and the prospects of a still greater advance in. the future have caused much jtibilAfc'bn ip America,. and a oorres ^hlling alatts iuEuropi^an countries, which see in the great western republic a rival that may in time monopolise the .s ta , of -the; 4?orld ! ~TE>t brat, the ^ self^z^^tuiations.. pp thh ©be hand and t&h feair. amounting Uldi&t- ttf S panicron greatly exaggerated :.is,..,a ~ priori exceeding^^prolSablei and "an anony mous ^iter jn tibe " Fortnightly Beview" has 'done" good service i by K drawing attention to the ~ probable limits of American industral supre macy. The rise in the exports of the UniiedJ&ates from.£l«4;192,O0O in 1895tG^95;«OaO0O in 1900, or an increase of about. 80 per cent- in five yemSj is jjtttftiihg enough, but, as the put, ef last year's total miscellaneous products, mahnTadwres. America is st...

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MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. ANOTHER DEFEAT. PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. ANOTHER DEFEAT. Pseth, Friday. The result of the Murehison And J»orth Murehison elections are as under:—■ MtTBCHfSOW. Sanson" {Minister for Lands) 170 Mitchell ... ... 147 Majority for Nansiro ... 38 No*th Mcuc.-isok. TfHman ... 188 Moorheadjj Attorney-General) 150 Iftfnrtnal ... 6 ^ajorit' for HolWin > _... 38

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NARROGIN. December 11. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

NARR06IN. <>ROB OTTE COBBESPOKMKT.) December 11. By the united efforts of the teacher and the parentis of thepupils, a very plesant evening was spent in the Narrogin Agricultural Hall on, Friday last, the occasion being the annual school concert by the pupils prior to breaking up for the Chris tmaB holidays. Mr M Brown presided, and in the interval between the first and second parts of the programme, distributed the prizes gained during the year to the different winners. TLe hall was packed, with an audience that con sisted mostly of the parents of the performers and consequentlynot inclined to be critical. A treiy le lgthy programme was gone through which on the whole was very creditable to Mr F J T«rrey, *he energetic and painstaking teacher. Some of the* items were excellently ^rendered, reflecting credit on both ^upil and feacHeri vThe following were specially deter iyJhg pf paen tiohir- Keeltatiop, "The • Mil* £ls|e Street and Miss Hilda Clayton ; song/ "There'is ...

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EXPORT OF FLOUR. POSSIBILITIES IN GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

EXPORT OF FLOUR. POSSIBILITIES IN GREAT BRITAIN. In a report to the Minister for Agriculture in Victoria, Mr J M Sinclair, -writing from London, states that he is staking special efforts to induce bakers in Great Britain to use store Australian flour. He states that in recent years the importation into Great Britain of flour frost America has increased enormously. In 1900 the flour thus imported from the United States amounted in Value to £8,366,000, while Canadian flour was im ported during the same year to the value of £1,154,000. As compared witii these exten sive importations, the value of the'Vicerian Hour imported during that period Was only £570,000. This, Sir. Sinclair admits, was chiefly owing to the shortage of the crops; but it w, nevertheless, undoubted that the exports of the product in question could be largely increased. Mr. Sinclair advises the shipment of.flour and other Victorian pro ducts to various ports' other than London—a practice which has been adopted by oth...

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WAGEEGARRUP NOTES. December 12. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

.J* 14 <v»#»v _ [from OUB CORRESPONDENT.! December 12? . The strippers are all in full spring" pbottt;-here. now. •. The :«rops^ op 411' averageiiare very.;e[ood. Nor ehoui^ the-formers grauiblf after last though aoflwr farmers had the ransfot^l tuoeto break partsoftheir rnacMtiferY;j -^^^4 t^hwiii^tto|i^^i of^wj parts 'from the Ifost —'which lapsed" tK oati' to'waste dui^g th~e"delay; > ^ A rerj sueee|3fpl| ^i£6icpt.= match was held at Wa^egajrup Jftjppreation Ground last Saturdav. when the ns. Waginbeing iwefcorioas by. four runs. Great Credit -due to the ladies' committee for the Uiatpiier in trSSch. afternoon lunch was Many of the wells are'dry. A well of hlr^E,. Smith's, Wageegarrup Homesread,8iiisi- hpyerj. }g§ej^ known to go dry before, i a now dry. ; *pJheyegrange disorder among the fowls about. here. They seem tiieiHegs and wft|§s, thfcti Hmeir* &ackY f ill they: become quite helpless, though they hare a good appetite always Per ■ hap^eomeresader knows...

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CRICKET. INTERNATIONAL. ENGLAND v. AUSTRALIA. THE ENGLISHMEN AT THE WICKETS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

CRICKET. INTRANATIONAL. ENGLAND v. AUSTRALIA.. THE ENGLISHMEN AT THE WICKETS. Sydney, Friday. The first test match of the tour «u commenced on the- Sydney Cricket Ground to-day. The Englishmen won the toss and elected to hat. Following are the scores:— Macl?«n, Ibw, b McLeod ... 116 Hay ward, c Hill, b Trninblfl ... 69 Tjldesley, c Mcleod, b Lavsr 1 Qualfe, b Howell ... ... 21 Jesgop, b McLeod ... .. 24 Jones, e Kelly, b Nobis ... 9 Iilley, not out ... 22 \ Sundries 10 Total for six wickets ... 272

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