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RUMORED NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

ETJMOBEl) NO-C0NEIDENCE MOTION. Mki^Otthke, Friday. Oh Tuesday next Mr Reid will move ll ho-confidence motion ill the Federal Government over the tariff preposals. It is ahticipated that the Govern ment will have a majority of 13. Kew j2ea:&a>"D, Friday. The TfewJ Zealand Premier to day indicated to the House that he trould introduce* a lielv tariff in re taliation of the Federal tariff.

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE FEDERAL TARIFF. ITS EFFECT ON SMOKERS. BETTING TOBACCONISTS. PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

THE FEDERAL TARIFF. Its EFFECT ON SMOKERS. BETTING TOBACCONISTS. Behth, Friday. A monster meeting of tobacco re tailers was held to-day, When it was decided to make various alterations in the prides of "tobacco, consequent Upon the federal tariff; It was also decided that a deputa tion wait upon the wholesale tobacco nists, requesting them to refuse to supply betting tobacconists.

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

Tradfi SToticts. KATANNING COFFEE PALACE X. LEBAS, Proprietor. REFRESHMENTS AT ALl. HOURS. TARIFF—Weekly Boarders, 22s 6d per Week; by the day, 5s; Single Meals, Is; Beds, Is 6d. On and after the 12th inst. Dinner will be Is 6d. Other Meals, Is. P. A. BEECK, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER KATANNING. CHEAPEST House in the District for Saddlery and Repairs. Tanks Made to Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed. C. Hi. GELL, GENERAL GROCER, W A G I N. Hide and Skin Buyer, i Agent for Armstrong's Cycles. C, A. HARRIS, CENTRAL SUPPLY STORES (OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, KATAN HIHG), HAS Opened Hew and Commodious , Premises witn .a well selected Stock for everyday requirements. Call and Inspect our Special Value in all Departments. Confectionery, Cakes, and Small floods al ways on hand. AGENCIES—Walter A. Wood, Harvesting and other Machinery; South British Fire hnsuranee Company. JOHN GOULD, FRUITERER and GREENGROCER, KATANNING. Soft Drinks and Ice Cream. M. LEBAD, CABINET & PICTURE FRAME MAKER,...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

ROYAL exchange HOTEL* K AT'ANNI N G: 3tt. J"; BROWS", Proprietress. —rri"ir6fc-cLtss Accommodation for Travel'ers. •%eite Lot tlie rest Brands of Wines^ Beers and Spu-ils Lept-. Mk~W AND 1NTEHEBTIN& TALE Commenced SText Issae* Trade Malices. \ & (\ (Ksi>iblishe« 1880), GENERAL MERCHANTS, IMPORTERS, AND M ILLERS, KATANNIN&, WAHIN, AND PERTH. Having now completed the erection of New Premises in Austral Terrace, Pa'aiming, arc carrying a very much •a'ger stock in all depnvlmenfs than lias ever been carried before in this portion of the Stale. Groceries,. Srosunongery, Glassware* Hardware: GALVANIZED IRON, FENCING WIRE, CORN3ACKS, BRAN BAGS, D APERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, FANCY GOODS, And many other Lines of the first quality, too numerous to mention ; to be sold at Lowest. Prices; JUS r OPENED, and how on view in the Show Rooms, Large shipments of ±\XX AND SUMMER GOODS (ex s.si Darvvou, s s Moira, and s s Africa, direct from Home and Continental Ma...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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AFGHANISTAN. THE NEW AMEER. REINFORCING TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

AFGHANISTAN. The new ameee. ItEiNEOECINa TSOOPS, The new Ameer of Afghanistan is teinforciug troops on the frontier as h precaution against Kussia.

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STORYTELLER. THE DOCTOR'S DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

STORYTELLER. THE DOCTOR'S DAUGHTER. (By Arabella Keliealy in " The Delineator.") " Now, whatever you do, Yerney, don't for goodness' sake entangle yourself with Br. Fordham's pretty daughter. The five last assistants •have done so,"—the speaker spread his hands exi rossively—" there has been a rumpus, and they have found it impossible to stay, It's u good penny, so don't for goodness sake run any risks." . ! Yerney laughed The train was j iust starting. He e uight and gripped ( the hand his friend thrust through she caniage window. - Good-bye, old man. Thanks tor eomin<r. Don't Tret about Miss "Fordham. I shall have something else to think about." Uo leaned out to get a last glimpse of the ehum with whom, for their lerm of student years, he^ had shared lodgings, purse and confidences. " Good-bye, old man," he said, again, 44 rnind you write." "For answer Bloxsom crowned his , walking stick with his hat, twirled it thrice above, his head and shouted, laughing. "Three times...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE FEDERAL TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

THE FEDERAL TARIFF. Fob weal or woe* the keenly antici pated Federal Tariff has at last been proclaimed to the world. Few events. in Australian history have excited deeper interest or warmer debate than the almost dramatic im position of the so-caiied die venue Tariff. On the face of ii the new Tariff is distinctly proie«-tjve, and all hough not so drastic in character as some feared, it might be, it is suffi ciently so to make the householder and farmer feel its pinch whilst it is yet a few days old. The hand inav be that of hairy Esau, but the voice is that of beguiling Jacob. Beveuue may be the cry, but Protection is palpably the object. The state of Victoria may well triumph in the Federal Tariff, for its distinctive features are familiar enough in that erstwhile highly protected com munity. Our own State, and particu larly our mining and agricultural districts, will find the new yoke to press heavily, and although our fore sight has minimised some of the dis advantages associat...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TERRIBLE ACCIDENT. PERTH, October 11. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

TERRIBLE ACCIDENT. pKRiu, October 11. iouir men named John bcott, Norman Clarke, Bobert . Llewellyn and Nicholas Pope were severely burnt along at Nangenan, on the Coolgardie pipe track to-day, through the bursting of & Vessel used for storeing kerosene. Almost all their clothing was burt off The men were taken to North am. Scott &nd Clarke are not expected to recover^

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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When the Bees Swarm. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

When the Bees Swarm. If a cluster is low, it is easy to hire a swarm i of bees. Slip a basket fight up under the cjuster and jar the limb. If the bees hare clustered high .up in the tree, get a pole long enough to reahthem, and fasten the basket to the end of it. A common fruit basket will do very well. When you hare the basket right up under the cluster, give the pole a sharp jerk upward, which motion will jar the limb, and the hess will drop into the basket. Have the hive under the tree and dump the bees in the front of it, and they will march in like an army. The hives should be raised an inch or two in front to give them air. The bees will eommenoe to give a contented hum, add if there are any remaining on the tree they will hear it and join the rest. In the evening the hive can bo carried to the loca tion where it is to remain. Sometimes a swann will cluster on the trunk of a tree or on a wall; then it will be necessary to use a brush to get them invo the basket. The ringing of...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Late Mr. Speight. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

Tbe Xiate SEr. SpeigM. Referring to the death of the late Mr. Richard Speight, M.L.A., the Australasian has the following scath ing remarks on the mdnner hi which the late gentleman was treated by the then Victorian G-6ve:iiaientThe news of the death of Mr. Richard Speight, at Perth; "West Australia, ought to cause special sadness to Vic torian politicians, for politics had everything to do with the wrecking of the career of an extremely able railway mahager. Mr. Speight had deep reason to regret ever giving, up the good position he held in the Mid land Company, England; to come to Victoria to inaugurate commissioner management in Australia,; All the experts who followed him to Austra lia, as each successive O-overnment in Australia copied the Victorian ex ample, admitted ME Speights superi ority to themselves. He possessed gifts they envied. Vet he was the only one who was made to suffer for his coming. Mr. Speight was brought out to Victoria in 1884 by tbe Service Ministry, and hi...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
GERERAL BULLER. PAPERS CLAMORING FOR HIS RESIGNATION. October 11. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

GKEEERAL BULLER. PAPERS CLAMORING FOR HIS RESIGNATION, October 11. At a dinner to-day General Buller inade an amazing speechj challenging the papers to name anyone more fitted to command the first Army Corps than he. He admitted the suggested surrenter of Ladysulith, and advised '"General White what to do. He de clared the suggestion was intended to coref White's responsibility. The speech has caused a tremendous sen sation, and the papers are clamoring for Ms resignation.

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

LOCAL AND 6ENERAL NEWS. Cue First Issue.—The numerous readers of the first issue of the Herald, are, doubtless, unaware of the trying circumstances under which it was produced; The type was got ready on =Friday evening, but owing to some bungling somewhere the machine did not arrive until that evening- To remove it from the trucks, build it up, and print with it j that night was an impossibility, and ; we had perforce to seek aid from the ; proprietors of the Albany Advertiser, ) who very generously placed their ] machine arid staff at our disposal. { 1 he type and paper were taken by ' tram to Albany in the evening, ( and by mid-day on Saturday the papers J were in circulation in Katauning—a feat probably unexcelled in the pro duction of a newspaper iu Western Australia. The "Weather—During the week" good weather for the farmers has pre vailed, and although the rain has not! been heavy, sufficient has fallen to give j Tenewed Vigor to the crops and grass, I TJp to last evening 60 p...

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STATE GOVERNMENT. RUMORED WANT OF CONFIDENCE MOTION. PERTH, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

RUMORED WANT OF CONFI DENCE MOTION. Pebth, Friday ISTi^ht. It is understood that Mr. Piesse will move a iio-conficlenee motion ir, the Government on Wednesday nest in connection with the estimates.

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CORRESPONDENCE. A. WORD OF APPRECIATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

CORRESPONDENCE, - —■■ ■»- :— A. WO&D GS APPRECIATION. TO THE BDITOK. Sir,—Permit me' to congratulate you otf your enterprise in meeting a need of this growing and important district, and to ex press the hope'that success may attend joxaf_ efforts. The first isstife of the O-. S. Serald was a creditable production, especially in face of the difficulties it appears to have" encoun-f countered. Now that we'liave a note-taking " chiel atnang us" the community will gainst many ways. Our grievances want express-' ing, our histoiy needs recording, and ouif wares deserve advertising, and your papfer ia! evidently capable of doing all this, and more; so I for one congratulate the district on its advent, as well as its Editor. The new News paper Bill, however, if it bccomeB law, is not likely to" make the editorial chair any softer* Hard cash, I believe, accomplishes this most easily, have pleasure' in forwarding you mv subscription, with BEST 'WISHESv

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THE BOER WAR. SURROUNDING OF BOTHA. BOTHA'S FORCES ESCAPE. LONDON, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

THE BOER WAR. 6TTBBOtr$nDINO OP BOTHA. BOTHA'S EOKCES ESCAPE. IjOifcDOK, October 10. flalf of the force under General Botha, which was reported to have been surrounded by General Lyttle ton in the south-east corner of the Transvaal, escaped the inner cordon of the British farces, owing to Gene Lyttleton being unable to blockade the Zululand frontiers.

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

iSfAi toiicm ft-jUkring are t.i - times at wliieli mails' Sskpatdjfcd fro : the Post-Oiiices men . Sa i'eTiii (daily), S i ay excepted 12-15 p.m. Fcf Wagiv, Na -;i jr'n, Cuh bailing, Pingelly Srhd !B$reriey (no • For Albany •, Sunday excepted 13 p.fn.), Pfown Ki t tanbrook, in. Farker, 3 Ft? Mkrroco (weekly). Friday's, 7 i.ii'. Fo? Moojebi .. (weekly , Thursday's. 7 j-.tu. ■ . For GHdgelb up (week];,), Thursday's, 7 a.m. Jiojonup (weekly, Friday's, 1'30 pnu.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

The Stud. TO STAND THIS SEASON, The Pure Bred Clydesdale Stallion, HERO'S LAD, (Purchased from J. J. Treasure, Ongerup Farm, near K^jonup, by Clayton and Rintoul Bros., Roaedale Estate, Narro gin). 1 HERO'S LAD, rising seven years old, stands' over 16 hands, on good legs and sound feet. He has a splendid quality of j fine hair and good action, a vigorous consti- j tution, has never suffered from over-feeding. He excels in regard to combination of size and true form. He will certainly win for himself a good position in the foremost rank [ of the West Australian stud sires. 1 HERO'S LAD is by the Champion Draught Stallion of Australia, Clydesdale Hbbo,wIio has gained first and Champion Prize of Aus tralia against twelve imported horses at the ; Grand National Agricultural Society's bhow, Melbourne, 1886. In 1887 he earned off the Melbourne honours again. In 1883 he took j first prize in the imported class, National | Show, Melbourne; also Contennial Inter- j national Prize and Grand C...

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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

VV For Arriu r River, (YvedneS(]ny*:*), :iA. noon. For 33 i>:i woo ! (Croiiin's) 8 a.m. Monday's, i. .For YVostward (xV'rm Lake)^ S n.in. Thursday's. For I'orll:. auc! inJ<rmediate pia.'-rs, Mon day's, Tuesday's, Thursday's, Frida v :s_ Saiur 3ay's, 2 ]i.ni.; Wednesday's. 0 p.m. _ For Albany^ Katamdn;;, Eroonts Hill, Mt Barker, Monday, Wednesday. Xln-vsday, Friday and Ssluvday's, at 1*20.p.m.: Tues »j*3, 6pk

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Become Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

3?i:< oiue Mill F< r 7 cjtftj )}'. Y« <dns.-!uy 12*30 p.m. F-.'i fait ivr < very o:Wr Friday. 9 -.'i; i .1"n: k1. intermediate plaics, d.di v, fl :i* a.ni.,' cx;-«p?iiig Wednesday's <t» p.m.} J'iniT aim iiitpr>nc-.'inte places c.adv, i eicap ;i j> Tuesday's (C> p.m.).

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THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901

A Eiek foal is recognised as a Tery delicate animal to deal with, and when grass is plenti ful and the darn is a good milker, attacks of J diarrhoea axe by no means rare. In such cases it is not a bad plan (o draw off a por tion of the dam's in ilk several times a day,: so that the youngster will not become gorged, and its digestion pat wrong. Even with this and other precautions cases of diarrhoea will occur, and for which the safest dose to give | is from 2 to 3 ounces of castor oil, admin [ istered on an empty stomach, and followed j for some days by small doses of 'dried extract | of malt, mixed with a little milk drawn from j the dam. I j According to the Standard Russia is on | the eve of another famine. Nearly one-third the number of provisions of European Russia are officially declared to have produced an " insufficient" crop of cereals, and many i others are officially pronounced " sufficient/' while others again are put down as " under average." Only two provinces out of 7...

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