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

Good pob^thk Xittlb Onb&.—Mrs. H. Gowdeh, of Albany, says:—I have been using^ your Curacpugh for the chUdren,as theyare subject to coughs, and catdti cold Very easily, as inde^irilchndren-do in.Albany., I/have; found Curacough the best preparation for; such ailments, effecting a ours in every case." jft is not alone good for children, as I have. it for/a chronic cough—with splendid Results—from which f have suffered for vears. Proprietors,' Campb^l-Gdchiane and Co., chemists, Albany. Local agenf, C. A. Harris,. Katanning.—Advt. . CH0LEBA MORBUS A DAN<*EBODB . . _ . DISEASE. _ '.v,:.,.-. In many ihstenbet aittaolre of cholera morbus terminate fatally before medicine can bg pra^j cured or; a physician summoned. "The %eafjp; wayi| lokee^r^t^f^qfl^A^liabla hoedicigefor u&d^eueh easefc. I Fortmiif pi^pbse Ihere^® e as Chamberlain's fabli<3, not'uing so sure Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Bosworth, of LaFayette, Ala., U.S.A., sayp'r ""injJnine, 19O0^I....

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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KALGOORLIE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

KA.LGOORLIE MARKET. Messrs. Wright, Rnlph,^ and -Chappcll, IJal-'ob&iie, advise the following as the prices realised at tlieir ah pn Wfednesday, Decem ber 4■ ' •*; '" ^Fruit.—Bananas, 30a; Sherries, 35s, 40s; gOoseherrie*,128 6d ; <?ape gooseberries, 6^d ; Italian lemons, 19s to 21sj loquats, 80s; oranges, 90s; plums, 18sj apricots, 25s. Vegetablesi1—Beetroot, Ss; French beans, 2fd 5 cabbage, 6b 6d; cauliflowers, 3s 6d; carhjts, Is to ls6d; cucumber, Is 9d to 4s ; marrows, 2s to3s ; parsnips;'ie 3d to Is 9d ; Eotatoes, £8 to £10; peas 2fcd to 3d; pump iai} 8»; rhubarb, 3d ; salads, Ts • tomatoes, 9s to 15s 6d ; turnips. Is to la 3d; onions, £10. Produce and Poultry.—Ducks, 8s to 9s; fowls, 8s to 9s 6d; £ees6, 16s to 23s t>d j | turkeys, 32s; lamb, 14s 6d ; fresh mutton, 21s 6d; febaff, £4to £5; «ggs;ls 5d. Large Quantities of all kinds of vegetables J are coming to hand, and sue readily absorbed. Cabbages bre firmer with less offering. | Onions are iii good dem...

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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

NEWS IM BRIEF, The Chinese Government has paid as compensation to the Italian mission- - arieo £680,000, in addition to the earns included in the indemnity. The Kaiser has threatened to expel from the army the sons of General yon dossier,., Prussian ^ Minister of War. and GeneralKessel for disre garding his orders against duelling. One million rata hare-ijeeh/ billed at. Odessa, in Russra, in order to pre vent- bubonic plague. -The'ttuihorjties hope to killfive million, and are pay ing the premium of one half-penny per head.. Thousands of Poles of all classes took part iti the recent an ti-German demonstration at Lemberg, in Galicia, a province of Austria- Hungary. The crowd assembled in front of the Ger man consulate, and as It b<jr a vj our was threatening:, the troops prlre sent for tp disperse them. : j The pearl found at Broome, for which it *as -reported offers of large sums had been made, and which was - stated to be worth" fidm' £9$0fl to . £t5,000 is (says a corr...

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FIRE ATIMENZIES. THE LADY SHENTON HOTEL DESTROYED. MENZIES, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

FIRE ATIMENZIES. THE LADY iSHENTON HOTEL DESTROYED. Menzieb, Friday. The Lady iJhenton Hotel, at Men ziea, was completely gutted last even ing *

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

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. H[?]ALD Office, December 13. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

f ei h~\ .yiPJ £OCAk<5fARKET. December IS. The niariret 'fhis" week has undergone a eh*xtg0, prices generally being easier. Follow ing are the local quotations:—Wheat, Ss 4d; chaff, £3 to £3 6s, for pure green wejl cut wlieaten ; inferior is- unsaleable; eggs, 10d per doz; butter Is 2d did flour, £9 per ton; bran, £6 6s per tonpollard, £6 10s per toh.

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POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

POSTAL NOTICES. Following are the times at which mails are despatched from the Pest-Offices men tioned :— Xat&nnuig. Perth (daily), Sunday excepted 12*15 p.m. For Wagin, FTarrogin, Cabballing, Pingelly and BercrlgJ. (noon) For jllhMiy daily; Sunday excepted ' <3 p.m.), Brown ffiH. Cranbrook, Mt. Barker, 8 p.m For Sfarracoonda, (weekly), Friday's, 7 M • •. ........ For Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.in F->r Gidgelbr.rrup (weekly), Thursday's, 7 «r.m Kojoaup (weekly, Friday's, 1*30 p.m

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WEST ARTHUR ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

W£ST ARTHUR ROADS BOARD. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above Board wu held at Mr. C. F. Brown's on "Saturday, November 3, when there were prevent—Messrs Thomas Fisher, H. Gibbs, a» Harley, and Walter Fltay. Owing to tho absence of the chairman (Mr William Fleay), Mr Thomas Fisher was Voted to the chair protMn. The minutes of previous ordinary meeting were itad and confirmed. Several letters wsra Vead, the most im portant being one from tbe Public Works Department *ea bridge over Darkan River* The Board waS -of the opinion that the bridge: Was greatly needed in that locality owing to" the ihSHftfedl traffic ten route to the Darkan ; agricultural area, as many new settlers are now finding their way in that direction. Moved by Mr H Gibbs, seconded, by Mr Thomas Fisher,—" That the form sent to the 'Vecret&ry re aboTe bridge be filled in ahd for warded Without delay." Carried. Proposed by Mr Thomas Fisher, seconded by Mr H Gibbs,—** That the following notices be posted up: ...

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

,3%S s*' '''-■' •'.' ."-.4 WILL OPEN "Jt^l&SSfOS BUSINESS IASIJ IH I S all ' -• * - i;«ii Rbapt-mad* Clothhb, ;S1jij^ Hate,. Boots, Sox, lie's, &c.^ ■ UXASOHABL* PSICBB. -. ' -io#S • W- " . B B S A B Y, (i ■■ wjuehs, Land and Commission Jlqxkt. B««let%^*6Stoci,Ponltiy, tc. - . Agent Jtor riarriB Scarfe and Co., Ltd. -S" l'™ 1 '• '•? i in "Wagin and ES" "to,, toznerljr . jof %lfeaaDjr ; CoOlgaj-dig J .Prensises. Lbbad's Cows*' - &-«a' ... tyieialitf. 49 Trnde Notices. F. & C. (Established 1S80), GENERAL J IMPORTERS, DRAPERS; GROCEliS IRONMONGERS. MILLERS, AND CHAFF MERCHANTS, ATTSTBAL-fE^BA^' 'i ? XATANNING. -~>ki I V"> T?5i?r FRE-H DIRECT SHIPMENTS OF SEASONABLE GOODS Arriving Daily. - - *' 7 s -vT S CalTsnd inspect the different Departments, stocked with the newest and up-to-date Goods, just opened, and now on view in our Spacious Showrooms. 'A 3jaige~St^ck of GROCERIES just in for - Christmas. &few Raisins and Currants, Dried and Fresh...

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

Thofikwd. TO 8TAND THIS SEASON, The Pure Bred Clydesdale Stallion, ni..Innfl J. Jfv TxpPfHf, tNw,, - Fawn, nsarR-donup, by Clayton and Hinted Bros., Bosaaale Estate, Nairo-: & LAD, rising seven jearm eld, | efaade eve* 10 hands, on good legs, and WSfii fast. Ha hat a splendid quality of' fine hair and good action, a rigorous consta fation, has narar eufiered from ovcr-fsedtng. Ha aawcls-'fa regard to oombination of size tn£ tfae form. Ha will certainly win fori hifttself a good position in the foremost rank of the Australian stud sires. HERO'S LAD is by tha Champion Draught Stallion of Australia, Oimipui Hsso,who ham gainad first and Champion Prize of Aut-! tfdia against twelve importad horses at the #nu>d National Agricultural Society's: >bow, Mslbonrns, 1886. In 1887 ho carried off the : . Hslhentne honours igunr Is 1669 he took; fi**t price in the imported ejase, National1 fihovr, Malbonrna; also Contennial Inter ' -national Prise and Grand Champion Prise : «f A)Utr...

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

(MJimtryvOiie -often^e<luiree little »rtitaea FrQm ftie ch$ht^ jmt tihe^u-: ^^iMa^iieaty^iij; >a|®i:: idqf J ust Albany, who will attend to it at once..* -_.*•■;;'■■\ \

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL Nl .jV- +— Rawfaix.—The tolal rainftll f«i the week ending ^.IBlh Decembeirk.lf) - '52ST ft..-: $11 close _ _ . . for despatch to. Fmoiewblib, i perE.M.S. Bopie. -Im* Cuffiotir^ SKteqoi..—The < schbol ^beated ^tB labours .. into ws jeps for^the^hmttnas h&||$}£ ;ypStetday; -*^^ihfWter}-'-v-3lri;^S3jij Kenny, leaves shortly on a holiday trip to Perth. v * fAiLjOASEOLirP.— Gttod headway-Is being made, by the eontractors of: the local Agricultural Hall, Everything favourable, . the. building will be completed by the end of next month.' .New Wheat:—The first load of thjis: nrrived at the Wagin railway station on Monday, the product being that of Mr F. PjeWe. The price paid at Waging is,.] 3a 4d per buslieL • A Buggy Smash.—On Wednesday last as the horses were being unhar nessed from a buggy which had just: been returned to the stables of Messrs F, and C. Pie'fjse, one-of t^e ^animals became restless ,.^and made for the itable door^ unharnessed, he com...

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STORYTELLER. A NOBLE REVENGE. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

A NOBLE REVENGE. Paet II. At length he was admitted as a junior partner in the banking-house; then lu-1'ok 3 fine house,' and drove to Nicholas Lane in a mail-phaeton, lining in far greater style than Mr' tfesborough himself. Such was Mr. Thorel atfrre and forty. Mrs <3 larenor was surprised when his name was announced; however, ebor6<-ei"ed him. As she entered the room, he scarcely knew her. Could this bright-eyed' woman be the Melancholy resigned Lena ? "What a . mighty magicah L happiness! Siuee lust night, renewed hope had changed her 'expression, renewing" her early beauty. She even smiled when they met—she was in harmony with all the world " Mr. Thejrel wondered, but naturally fret down the change of the sea-air. Xllhougb smiled upon, he looked serious. - 4 Lena,'-said he, * I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news. Y our father has had another of his attacks. .Dr James pronounces it serious. Your sisters se it me for you.* ■ ' 1 am grieved, but scarcely s...

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ARTHUR ROADS BOARD. Saturday, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

| ARTHUR ROAPS BOARD. Saturday, December 7. Present—Me BBrsA. Perkins(chair man), G. Fidge, P. Klinzell, Jas, Spratt. CoBBEspoxsExcfc. From Bail way Department re ■upply of water at trough in Tudor Terrace, Waging stating that the Department was willing to supply same, but the Commissioner for Bail ways was of the opinion that the amount previously charged, vifc 10a per 1000 gallons, was a reasonable one, and he was unable to agree to a reduc tion. After considerable discussion the Board accepted the inevitable, and decided to pay the price mentioned pending . the settlement of the poltical crisis, when the question will tie brought before the House. * From Public Works Department, .stating that the .auditors' fees for Roads Board accounts had been raised, and'asking for information as to the amount paid by the Board last year, and to whom such fees were paid. Information to be supplied. From Lands Department, re closing - and opening of certain roads. Be ceived. New Roads. j Mr. Ha...

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

jtSlD IT IN HIS NEWSPAPEB. George Scbaub, a well-knownGerman citi zen of New Lebanon, P., U.S.A.,iB a con stant reader of tboZ)ay£oi» T^olktzt&tHqj.TSe kuows tliat this paper^juj^jjao advertise only the beat in its eolteVnsjyend when he saw Ch&mberlei'n'e Tain Balm advertised therein -fierlame hack lie did not hesitate in buying a bottle of it for his wifej who'for eight weeks had suffered Withthe most terrible puns in he bafek ahd eould-get no relief. He says : " Afterusing the painfifthii for a few days rny wife said to mej frl Steel-as though born anew,' and before using tbeentire contentebf the bottlte the unbearable pains-had entirely vanished and she could'again- tc^e ■ up her. household duties." 'Heis1 Vety-thankful and hopes that all suffering likewise will h< ar of her wonderful rocoreiy. This vain ble liniment is for sale by F and C Piesse, Katanning and Wsgin. HOW TO AVOID TROUBLE. How is the time to provide yourself end family with a bottle of ...

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TELEGRAMS. PERTH. UNLAWFULLY WOUNDING. THE FULL PENALTY OF THE LAW. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

TELEGRAMS. PERTH. ♦ UNLAWFULLY WOUNDING. THE FULL PEN4LTY OF THE LAW. Fbidat. The man Chamber*, convicted of Unlawfully bounding Bern ice Grif fith*, in Queen's Gardens, in August last, was sentenced, to five years' hard labor. Hie Honor said the i uvy had a doubt as to the intent' to murder end gave prisoner the benefit,, but in view of -the numerous crimes of violence occurring lately he would inflict the heaviest sentence the law would allow.

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

" - Tjudl AddmBei. I . '-. (G. ILSM1TH, Proprietor) Meckemithe, WfcaelwrightB, Co&ohlrailden, IKneHiaists, Zronfou&ders, !»., YORK. W.A. ABC prepared to execute Ordera for Every Description of Fanning Implements, Contractors' Ironwork, &c., including both Stump.jumping ana Ordinary Houghs, from ■ingle to fire and six furrows; Scarifiers and Harrows, both stumping and ordinary, all sues; Earth Scoops, Horn Bakes, Winnow ing Machines, Waggons, Drays, Spring Vans, Trollies, Waggonettes, Pony Carts, Photons, eto. Allkinds 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. Bepairs and jobbing work of erery description. neatly and promptly exe cuted. Wheels Tyred Daily. Horses care fully shodhy a first-class shocing-su ith. Satmxaptiox GfcABAXTBSD. Ooackpeintinj Bhd Trintming done in the? Tery best style. Farmer, are particularly requested to send in their orde...

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PART III. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

i Part IfcL The entrance to Providence Court, Bucklerabury, in no narrow, being an archcdpassBge, that it can easily be passed unnoticed.' This passage run ning through a bouse to the rear opens on a small paved yard. Gloomy even in summer, overshadowed by tall . buddings on all sides, it is chiefly r:."bc^ipibd byjthe offices, of various, agents? "At the farther" end, dri tKe .. -darkest corner, a-small house Of two . stories were occupied by Mr Issachar, -the usurer and money-lender. He Resided there all the year round, never ': taking a holiday, having given up is#!! .recreation years ago, when he buried his Christian -wife for- whose jggtkfuhe had been cast out from his ■ His only diversion was money-making, not on account of the luxury it purchases* but as an amusing " game of speculation. He had no . children to inherit it. His affections had withered up, for he was alone in the world. In leading a meditative life,hiB intellect had become clearer than ever. His advice was soug...

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

BtoomaHSL ... Garct^ '$fa&&h°ci3&er wad General .BbwjEimitti - v -^gg W.M. Gakbitt, itnperad Hotel

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Tie following business people haTe sd fWtisetrwntB Appearing in this issue :—: tftteitTifag. P. 4 G. Piebbb, General Merchants ' J. Ca8b) Draper. A Habkis, General Storekeeper P A BEECit, Saddler * "Wat. Bins, Batcher M Lesad, Qoffee Palace A. W. BichtbbI Genera! BJeeksarifclr and fjpiehbuilder ' • v__ G- McTjEot). Xatanmng Hotel Mba M. J.llbmr, Ro^al ^Exchange Hotel ; , A. E. .Nhwae 4 06^ "S^SniiHi, Ste . XJJP'Warke, .WachinerjAgesxt ^ Xjotjiav J^nitertiv'ote

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