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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901
Wagin. For Arrhtir River, (Wednesday's), at noon For Eastwood Oronin's) 8 a A.'Mojiday's i For Westwards (Norm Lake;, B'fa.ui Thursday's For Perth, and intermediate places, Mon dav's, Tuesday's, Thursday's, Friday's, Satur day's, 2 p4m.; ^eclnesday's, 6 p.im "?■ •' ^ For Albany, Eat&nning, Brooni& Hiil, Mt Barker, Monday, Wednesday, Thnnday, Friday and Saturday's, at r20 p,m.; Tues day's, 6 p.m
SPORTING The Turf. W.A. DERBY AND PERTH CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901
SPORTING » » _ i . Til* Turf. w,jl dbrsy piajTtt OCp. 5jhe betting quotations current in the city ' iii regard (A. the W.A. Derby and Perth Cup are as follows :— v W.A. Dbrrt. 2 to 1 on Cadenas. 6 to 1 each against Perplex and Bfcden •- . Powell, oweu. 6 to 1 each against Maulock and Tripoli.. T to 1 against Silrernaiue. .10 to 1* Trionia. 12 to 1 each Gaiety and Latch. 18 to 1 Sena. indftom 33 to 1 to SO to one others. Pbbth Cor. 4 to 1 Barbsrossa. Brto 1 against Sport Boyal. 6 to 1 each Kilt and Limber, 10 to 1 Cadenas. 14tol Islamite. 16 to 1 Lucky Dog. 16 to 1 each Loch Dee and Australian. .16 to 1 each Manser/flintlock, and In quirer. And from 20 to 1 to 50 to 1 others.
Money Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901
Soney Orders. Inlasd.—Not exceeding £5, 6d.j sboTe £5, and not exceeding £10, above £10, and not «xceed!ng'£l5,l8. 6dLj ebore£I6, Mid, not exceeding £20, 2b I&Mfaljtk~£\j6re £1 and not. exceeding £2, 9d.; e^o^e £2. and not exceeding £5, 1b. 6abore 'JSje^not exceeding £7, 2s. 3d.; above £7 and not exceeding £10, 3 s.; at ore £10 and not exceeding £12,3s. 9d V above . £12 and. not exceeding £16, 4e. 6d.y above £15 and dot exceeding £17, 5b. 3dy-abovo £17 and not exceeding £20,6»
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901
The ways of the fowl-thief era not elweyt paths of pleasantness and cheap pctaltTy^ One of them rentnred into a Sydney yard, and was busily at work when the owner and his boy and a dark lantern suddenly appeared at the door of the fowlhouae. The thief; crouched miserably in r a corner, and Wee deaf to all invitations to come out. "Sun up to the police - station and bring a constable." The boy went, hut was a Ipi^ Jjznejfindtng ' one. The policeman, when %e heard tb/, story, said, "Snob. lie man will be off Jong jagoj -there's o© ueein me going down how.": "Oh, I "think "you'd better come," said, the , lad; "he won't "get past ^father." "Why,' what sort of a man is yoarjfntbcrf " He's' a Scotchmay/'jS'HdChe youngster, "andhe's six/feet two and weighs" sixteen ' stone." V Ah," s^id the officer, " ril go down, then."J And he wis right. The thief ts»s still' crouched in the corner. ^ thought H hdse^^ iinder: slL th^ .Mrcupistahees, ;to wait "jfar?'1a? gentle-handed and benernfeet nonsta...
Rates of Postages. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901
Hates of Postages. Lbttebs.—Ifddivered at. any Post-Office fferdeHt«ry ^thm ;t^ posfui-deliypVj limit of at»h office, for every loz., or fraction (up to 5lbs, Id. Beyond inch limits, for every jpoz. or or fraction of ioz., up to~31bs,-(dimen efeins not to exceed the maximum allowed for packets), 2d ?- -'.A " » • •• » Post Ca&ds.—If posted at atrgr post-office for delivery vrithmibe postaldebrery of such >B«8J limits Id.j- / ;i Pifcirtrrffr—For rrery Zefcs orifrfkrfcioiJ of &ns, np to 41bs Id Newsfapbbs.—Printed and posted in the Colony fpr delivery beyond tbe boundaries of j tbe&lt;3il.y or-Totrnat which -tbey may. be pub lished, and posted witfrinone week ftwn date of publication not exceeding lOazs, free. For evert additional 20ozs or fraction of lOozs (each) id. For each newspaper posted 7 da^e after publication, not exceeding: lOozs, , Id. For ever* additional ibozs or fraction • ' 'yew^pers'tuBst ^bc posted one bom* before the crafting of the ntafl by...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901
- CiS You Ayfoko to b* wiri MrJ "B; Sharp©, ofAib«riy,wjte;j a Bevere cough, left as a legacy's of influenza.'' He was induced to tty Cfara oough, and the fc»t;,do»e -gat^; |iitU Ingtent relief. Proprietors, Catnpb«ll-Cbc!iWia and Co., ehamute, Albany and Ravwwthorpe. tool agent, C. A' Btowfreejper, ft. liwmiesg."* K--■ ,. ■ 1.
Pedestrianism. WOODANILLING SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901
Padeatrl ant«ni ■ WOODANILLING SPORTS. . The ioUovinghapdicaps bare been issued in connection vifch themeeting to be held at: Woodanilling on Boxing Day . Sheffield Handicap,(ISO yards) —D. Penny, 4yards; T. Haddleton, 6 ; J, Haddle ^1; W. Ferros, L. Bell, J. A. Ryan, JL i£Qler, S»; Eelier, W. Roberta, H, Maley,^ I Meharry,ll ;W. Mpnaghan, R. jfouiih, M. Cronin, H; Pettlejkow, A3 ; H. J. Quater "Sbwntham, D. Witson, 15; J. vHi Moore, J.McDonald, 16; A. Campbell, 17. District Handicap, D. Penny, 1 yard; i W. Ferros, J. A. RyanS ;W..M«bwry,6;' 15. Fisher, 7; H. Pettlekow, 8 ; H. Quarter-" nSiss/ lOj A. ^Campbell, D. Wiiss-n, 13.' Hurdle if Race 130 yards).—W. Ferros, J. Haddleton, 3 yards ; D. Penny, 5 ; L. Bell, ] W. Roberts, M. Cronin, 9; A. Miller, 10. Quater Mile Handicap; D. Penny, scr. ; J. B,; Haddleton, 20 j J.A. Ryan, H. Pettlekow, X.. Bell, 30; 'W- Mebaiay, D.'Witson, j. E. Trentham, A. .MiHar. Q. A. Wilson, 40.
MOURAMBINE ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901
MOURAMBINE ROADS BOARD. The usual monthly meetiDg was held a the Southern Cross Hotel, Pingelly, at Ap.m, Present:—W. E.' Robinson, chairman; Q. M. Sewell, J. Stone, B, T. Walton, J. J1. Taylor, and the Secretary." '•'he mimi'es of previous monthly and the ratepayers* meetings were read and iron firmed. Correspondence was received from W. Ingram and others the opening of Popanyiog-road. ' Proposed by.G. 11. 8ewcll j.seconded by EL Ik-. W-ai&iu, that tenders be called for fencing the road through D, C. Lamb's end T". Ingram's lands to Walker lioad. Carried. A letter was received from J. H. Keeves re the poison in the toumsite. Proposed by G. M. Sewell, seconded by H. T. Walton" hat the secretary reply. to the: letter informing Mr. Reeves that the Board will attend to it as soon as it is ina position to do so. Chimed: The above proposition to apply also to letters from T. Ingram and J. Wittington re auditpra mid fees paid last year. Secretary instructed to giro therequired inf...
PERTH REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 14 December 1901
PERTH itfiPORT. Messrs. F. and C. Fiesta, produce merchants, Perth, report for the week ending'December 12:—Chaff: Frime samples beee from dusk brought tip to £4 7s 6d; good feed, £3 5s to £4. A good demand for prune samples. Wheat: 4s to 4a 6d, according to quantity and quality. New season' a coining forward slowly. Good demand for fc# trucks prompt delivery, Okie : New "Zealand worth from 4s to 4s 2d; 0t"*shed/4s 2d to 4s 4d;-a fair quantity of Algerian changed hands at 3s 2d to 3s 6d, according to quality, and quality. Flour£9 10s to £9 15s. Fruit: Several fresh lines of rieirr season's local fruit have oome forward. Apples, IDs per small case; pears, 12s. 6d to 23s 6dr:per case; peaches, 20s to 22s &lt;Jd gpe small case; apri cots, 21s to 32# od.pef isji^; • cherries, 29s to 34e 6cj.per ea?e ^.jgqasehgjmes, 12s 6dto 16s | per case ; Cafp^gooseoerrieB, 4d to 6d per lb; plums, 12s 6&lt;1 to' 14s per small case; Lisbon ; emons, 20s to 22s 6d-perlarge case; local,'6s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 December 1901
. Oks TftlAL WILL CpKTlHCK.—If 7®u want k>v«xyow besfe friond, tread on his oorna. If you want to please him, advise him to use '^Curaoom," the positive corn cure; heyer known to fail; Bottles la.. Proprietors, Oampbell-Oochran e and Co., ohemists, Albany. Local agent, C. A. Harris, Katanning.* - Good fob tub Little Osbs.—Mrs. H. Cowden, of Albany, saysI have been using yonr CuraooUgh for the children, as they are subject to coughs, and oatch cold very easily, as indeed all childrendo in Albany. I have found Curacough the best preparation for sudt ailments, effecting a cuee in every case. It is not alone good for children, as I have used It-for a chronic cough—with splendid I results—from which I havesuffered for years.1 Proprietors, Campbell-Cocbrane and Co., ehemists, Albany, Local agent, C. A. Harris, ! Eatenning.—Advt. Easily explained.—" I may be pessi mistic,' ' eaid the talkative man, as be smiledsoftly to himself, " but, never theless, I am sincere in my opinion j that; '...
CORRESPONDENCE. A GRIEVANCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 December 1901
CORRESPONDENCE. A G-SIE VANCE. "TO THE Kill TOR. Sib.—I notice that the Railway Depart ment is getting stirred up in various towns, but this is not the only one that requires' something. The local Pest Office, as at present worked, requires altering in that respect. It is beyond all reason to keep the public waiting at the counter, from 2 to 10 aunufces hofore wttendiug to them, and it is the height of red tapeism to be told, at 2.30 p. n. that you can't get a Money Order or telegraphic remittance paid because the cash lias been made up, and the books closed for the day. This has on several oocasioms caused the loss of not. only a day, but of mails, and should, I think, be altered. Then if the postmaster should be .out, no one else can pay, these orders, and here again the indefinite.waiting game is ph.yel. Change, tqifc sitthat office is conspicuous by its ttWence,and should anyone want a stamp, .and not have the exact value in coin, he has to chase over the town for it, thereby mi...
NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 December 1901
NEWS IN BRIEF. A civic welcome witlbeJaeaderedie the Governor-General oirSiisATrhradH in Perth next Monday. A }roung man named John Thomas Edwards got lost in the bush in North Queensland. Fearing he was dying from thirst he cut bis wrist in order to suck the blood. He then went mad, and cut his throat. He was found by a man named Allison, who brought him 120 miles to Peutland.' It is expected be will recover. Thomas Goudie, the accountant of the Bank of Liverpool, who, with others, is charged with defrauding that institution of large Bums of money, is assisting the police to bring ail the'guilty parties to justice. He admits that his defalcations amount to £163.504. M Berard, who is described as a high authority, writing to a Parisian magazme_GU the subject cf the recent Fraiico-Turkish rupture, alleges that] Russia encouraged the Sultan to resist i France's demands, hoping eventually to occupy Armenia herself. The weather in the North-Western States of America is described as the ...
POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEE 18. (Before Mr. W. D. Cowan, Acting R.M.) NEGLIGENT USE OF FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 December 1901
POLICE COURT. WEDNE8B IT, DECEMBEE 18. (Before Mr. W. 1). Cowan, Acting EM.) KEaEIGENT tTSE OF FIBS. I Michael McGinness, on remand, | was charged with negligently using fire, to wit, setting fire to the grass, 1 at Katanning, on the 3rd day of De cember, 1901. Defendant pleaded guilty. Constable Foulkes, without enter ing the box, stated that on the date mentioned he noticed a fire in the vicinity of the town- On proceeding . there, ne discovered that it had been set on fire through the careless use of i matches. He thereupon charged the ; defendant with having set fire to the I bush. He did not think it waB. fired ; wilfully, Mr. Cowan informed the defendant! he was liable to a fine of £50. He woiild in this case fine him 20s with 5s Od costs, and would warn him to be' more careful in the future^
NARROGIN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20. (Before Mr W. D. Cowan, R.M., and Mr J. T. W. Chipper, J.P.) ILLEGALLY LIGHTING A FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 December 1901
NARROGIN POLICE COURT Thubsdat, DJeosmbeb 20. (Before Mr W. 13. Cowan, R.M., and Mr 3. T. W. Chipper, J.P.) ~ ILJ.EOALLT LIGHTING A FIBE. An aboriginal named John Brown waB charged with illegally lighting a fire iii the bush at Narrogin on 23cd; > oTeinber last. A ccused admitted lighting the fire, biit had piled up a few sticks, in order to warm nimcelf. A man nanited Palmer asked for permission to appear for accused, but the request was refhsed. Alfred Dellar* police constable, stationed at Narrogin, deposed that at 10.30 p.m. ou the 23rd November he saw accused -®et fire to the grass within the >Vw*gin t&lt;wnsite. He .lit a match and set fire to the grass, and laid down. Accused made no effort to prevent the fire from escap ing until after he (witness) and a m i> n med Cox were putting; it Put To the Bench: The accused had no Btn / Ipu up to make a fire. In .Ojily to the Bench accused said be'had no questions to ask. Constable Dollar, in reply to the Bench, said...
Rates of Postages. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 December 1901
Hates of Hostages. Letters.—If delivered at any Post-Office for delivery within the postal delivery limit of such office, for every 402., or fraction (up to 51bs, ld. v-Bejond >aueh. limifef^for , every.. ioz. or or fraction of £oz., up to 31 bs, (dimen uons not to exeeed the maximum allowed for packets), 2d Post Cards.—If posted at any post-office for delivery within the postal- delivery pf each office, id.; bevond such limits Id - -Packets .-^-For every 2ozs or fraction of •2ozs, up* to «£B>s Id - -■ IveWspadersI—Prin ted and' posted is the Colony for delivery beyond the boundaries of the Ciiy or Town at which they_may be pub lished, and posted, within one week fro&lt;u date o£ pubhcattMi hot exceedingKtoze,.free. • Foe every additional. lOozs or fraction of lOozs (each) fd. For each newspaper posted 7 day? &lt;tfter publication, not exceeding IQozs, Id. Fop every additional Kfozs or fraetion, VSdff. lOosS, Id... STfewspapere must be-, posted enebouir before ...
KOJONUP NOTES. December 19. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 December 1901
KOJONUP NOTES. (FbOM QtTB COBBB»fOHP«»T.) December 19. A verj. pleasant time was spent on *. Friday, December 13, when the Kojonup school broke up for ;the Xmas holidays. . Tea "was provided for the children at. 6 p.m., after which a short programme of songs, dialogues, and reciations was.' creditably gone through by the children without a . hitch. Mr J W Flanagan, the chair man of the district Board, presided, and spoke a few words of encourage ment to the children to persevere in their studies aud to take advantage of the education that was given them. Be stated that Mr Young, the teacher, deserved great praise for the way he brought the children on, and he hoped that he would remain here for some considerable time, as his heart and soul was in the progress of the school. He wished them all the compliments of the season andhoped they all would hove m, good time. The room was then -cleared, and dancing was indulged in by the children. The parents and ' friends remained until midnig...
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 21 December 1901
BUSINESS DIRECTOR*. The following business people have ad aertisenventsappearing in this issue — ^fcaimisg. F- £ C. f IE86K, General Merchants J. CasS) Draper. O A If AiiRifi, GetseralSCerelteeper P A BEEeEi Saddler War. Bailee, Butbher M Iibbad, Palace * "-*ht ^ ■ . CMcliboilder 6. McitBOBj Kaihaamng Hotel Miss Mr J. Bnowis, Royal Esebange Hotel; A. E. fy>BWAE £"C!o., Hairdressers, Sta tioners, etc' ; ■ - C F Wajtke, ..Machinery Agent J Gopp&j Fruiterer, eta