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QUICK-RIPENING WHEATS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

QUICK-RIPENING WHEATS. It would surprise the average roan about town to learn of the great dif ference there is in the nature of Y&rious wheats. In Eastern Austra lia much attention has been given to the point evolving a wheat that would beafrauit dry districts. Most gratify ing jjesults have to be recorded. We iow have wheats which will practi cally be ready for harvesting withm three months after they have been sown. This is the most important when it is remembered that the defect of Australian winters is their tendency to cut qfi suddenly. Such wheats as King's Early, Steinlee, Steinwedel, and Sullivan's Prolific are ready for harvesting when other wheats sown at the same time are not out of the milk stage. Sufficient importance is net yet attached to this question of ■owing only quick-ripening seed wheat. Many crops in the more arid portions of the State have boon defective this Jseesose * late ripening and backwaril variety of seed wheat was used. Wbatsood results are t...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

Wagia. V. JUST, G'oftchbialder and General Black* smth J. C. H. Nbhxe, Saddler C. L. Gkli, General Storekeeper A. Mottan, Hide and General Buyer J. Faces', Bootmaker F. M. Bcttfielo, General Storekeeper F. & C. Fibbss, General Storekeepers Jjtiliin mrnnuM) BTiiiininjaiilj IHnluniiH. nlm 'A. Doio, Butcher and Baker J. SPfiATr, Wagin Hotel H. Speagg, Federal Hotel

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MISCELLANEOUS. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

MISCELLANEOUS. IjOJTdon, Friday. J Colonel Chippendall baa been appointed to the provisional command of a battalion at Aldershot. There has been a serious tram accident in New York, as a result of which 17 persons were killed. There has been a oonfliot at Newchwang between Russian soldiers and American sailors.

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POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

POSTAL NOTICES. Following are the times at which mails are despatched from the Post-Offices men tioned :— Xatanning, Perth (daily), Sunday excepted 12" 15 p.m. For Wagin, Narmgin, Cab balling, Pingally and Beverley (noon) For Albany daily, Sunday excepted (3 p.m.), Brown Hill. Cranbrook* Mt. Barker, 3 p.m For Marracoondn, (weekly), Tuesday's, 7 . a. in j For Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 I B.m i For Gidgelbarrup (weekly), Friday's, 7 | a.in j Kojoivup (weekly, Friday's, 1*30 p.tn j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

TteJstuiL. , ; ... 'iTOrimkD THIS season; , ; Tbn Pus©Bred Clydesd&l,© ^ ^taiiion. HERO'S LAD. Farm, near Erionup, by Alaytcm and Rtatoul Bros., Rosedale Estate, Narro gta). ' - ^ - - ' HERO'S LAD,' rising seven years old, . ' stands over 19 hands, on good legs and < sound feet. He has a splendid quality of { • line hair and gpod action, a vigorous consti tution, has never suffered from over-feeding, j He excels "in regard to combination ot size j ' and tru® form. He will certainly, win -for I himself a good position in the foremost rank ; of the West Australian stud sires. 5 HERO'S LAD is by the Champion Draught Stallion.of Australia, Cltiiesdaib Smo,who has gained first and Champion Prize of Aus tralia against twelve imported horses i_t- the Grand National Agricultural Society's Vhow, - Melbourne, 1889. In 1887 be carried off the Melbourne honours again. - -In 1883-he took" first prize in the imported class, National Show, Melbonrne; also Confennial Inter nation...

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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

Wacin. For Arrhur River, (Wednesday's), at noon For Eastwood (Cronin's) 8 a.m. Monday's For Westward (Norin 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, Thursday, Friday and Saturday's, at 1"20 p.m.; Tues day's, 6 p.m

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

Broome Hill. For Kojonup, Wednesday 12*80 p.m For Salt River, 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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PERTH. PERTH, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

PERTH. Fbbth, Saturday. The inquest held in connection with the death of C. S. Fether, late Comptroller of Government Stores at Fremantle, resulted in • verdict of death from morphia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

^'OSs-'sLj IV A. E, & i , Li. 5 HAIRDBESSERSA TOBACCONISTS, NEWS AGENTS 1 r- iX STA^IGNE S, ' WANEE'S BUHjDINOS, CLIVE-ST., ■ ' . fett- - ■ ' KATANNING, Havea LargeStocfc of XMAS GOODS, consisting 'of Pipes, Parses and Pouches, Cigar and Cigarette Cases, Xniaf and' New Year Cards, Photo Erames,Perfumery, and Toilet Bequi SCHOOL OOODS AND STATIONERY of all Descriptions. 1 .XMAS NUMBERS of "Western Mail,' Interstate, and English Illustrated Periodicals and Magazines on hand. Its quality is Renoynedi and traFellers andr* Residents along the Great Southern , Railway call for no other. : I t/i FAMILY BUTCHER, 1 HAM & BaCCXN OTEER^tc.,^ CLIVE ST., EATANSTING. Small Goods a Specialty. Hides, etc., purchased at Highest Market • Bates. . . *. 1 F. M. ButtfieM, Men's And Boys' Clothing Made to Order.. _ Highest Prices for All Produce. »; Agent for^W." .Sandover and Company^ Smith's -Ploughs,- Boyal' • insurance Com ply- - . i ; f5^adetM.|Ld^ssesV J. ALB® & CO •5 (Or, H...

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TELEGRAMS. THE TOIWITTA TRAGEDY. SHOCKING CIRCUMSTANCES. THE SISTER FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER. Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

TELEGBAMS. THE TOIWITTA TRAGEOY. SHOCKING CIRCUMSTANCES. THE SISTER FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER. Adelaide, Friday. The inquest; on the body of Bertba Sohip pm, whose body was found horribly mutilated some days ago, was concluded to day. Vary Schippan, aged 24, sister of the deceased, admitted having been fonnd on a ooueh by her sister Bertba with a man named Gustavo Nifcschke on the Sunday grior to the tragedy. Bloodstained portions of a blouse, and stockings, belong ing to Vary Schippan, were admitted to have been worn by aeeused on the night of the tragedy^ - The Coroner was JT overcome by the hor rible disclosures that he broke down. A verdict ofS rilful murder against Mary Schippan was returned. The scene, or^he *rerdict being given, was a most affecting one. %

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AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

AGRICULTURAL. Some very interesting facts in proof of the valuie of dipping cattle.for tick have been supplied/to the Queensland Stock Department by Mr R. J. Fc O'Bryen, the stock inspector for the North Kennedy district. Although dipping for ticks has been pretty generally adopted in the Central and Southern coastal districts (writes the " Queenslander ") for some reason, probably apathy, those to the north of those districts have only in a very limited number of cases resorted to dipping. Mr O'Bryen states that daring a recent patrol of the northern portion of his district he was present at a station in the Ingham district— Stoneleigh—where «ome hones and' cattle were put through $h» ^lip. At that station the stock are regularly dipped, the results being most satis factory. The cattle- and horses are quite free from the scourge, and their coats look like sealskin. The con trast-between those that had been periodically dipped and stock that had not been so treated waa sufficient to...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Eastern Mail.—Mails for the Eastern States and New Zealand close at the Katanning Post Office on Tuesday, 14th inst,, at 12.15 p.m., and for the United Kingdom on the following Saturday. Local Courts.—Owing to the holidays there will be no Local Court sitting at Katanning this month. The 29th iust is the date, on which a Court j will be held at Kojonup. Katavking Roads Board.—At' the annual meeting of the Katanning j Roads Board Mr A.. E. Piesse was re elected chairman, thus making the, fifth successive year of his chairman ship. , Acting Clerk oe Court.—Dur ing the indisposition of Mr T. EL Stan bury, Clerk of Courts at Katan ning, the duties are being performed by Mr Francis Thurkle, of Perth. "West Arthur.—A correspondent writes r-r-Strippiug has now started, and as far as can be judged about two bags to the acre will be considered a good return. There is something like 2oO aeres in the vicinity of the Arthur that sheep and pigs are turned in on as a ready...

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LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

XOOA2* COURTS. Dr Black, B.M., attends the undermentioned plaoes on the days specified, for the purpose of conducting Local Courts:— Katanning, third Wednesdoy each month JTarrogin, second Fridayeach month Wagin, third Friday each month Sojonup, last Friday each month Mr. T. H. Stanebtuy, CJerk of Courts tub Katsnning, visits Kojonup every third Wed nesday

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

Ik the country one often require# little articles from tbe chemist, but wben there is no chemist near whst are.we to do? Just send your order, no matter how email, direct^ to €?ampbell-Coshrane and Co., rhemii Albany, who will attend to it at once. *

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THE POLITICAL SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

THE POLITICAL SITUATION". I Thc return of five of Mr Leake's col | leagues.iu the Cabinet makes the seat of the sixth (Mr Kingemill) Bome i thing ©f a certainty. The only { serious difference of opinion between | that gentleman and his constituents is his attitude to the Fort Hedland liiarble Bar railway; but this may be adjusted by a discriminating exer cise of that tact of which the member is so bountifully possessed. Mr Leake will occupy the anomalous Eofition of being in a minority, while is attempt to effect a coalition with the Morgans party, and his annexation of Mr Bason—hitherto a deadly oppo nent—has operated to estrange others of his followers, and justified Mr Taylor, the labor member for Mount Margaret, to cross the floor of the House. To put the matter mildly, Mr Leake haB not dealt squarely with j the electors. He caused it to be pub lished that Mr Bason was taken into the Government in the interests of the Country Party, though he knew perfectly well that the Country...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

JOHN B. B B S A B Y, WAGIN, Lakd axd Commission A&kxt. Healer in Live Stock, Poultry, &c. Agent for Harris Scarfe and Co., Ltd. Improved Farms for Sale in Wagin and Narrogin districts. Easy terms. WM. J. ROGERS, CENTRAL STORES, KATANNING, Having taken over the business lately carried on by Mr C. A. Harris, is prepared to supply all kinds of IRON MOW GERY, DRAPERY, BOOTS, 1 GROCERY,! am> j GENERAL STORES, At Lowest Fbicss JPob Cabh. * A Tiial Solioited. Trade Notices. F. & C. PIESSE (Established 1880), GENERAL IMPORTERS, DRAPERS, GROCERS IRONMONGERS, MILLERS, AND CHAFF MERCHANTS, AUSTBAL-TEKEACE, KATANNING. FRESH DIRECT SHIPMENTS OF SEASONABLE GOODS Arriving Daily. Call and inspect the different Departments, stocked with the newest and up-to-date Goods, just opened, and now on view in our Spacious Showrooms. A Large Stock of GROCERIES juBt in for j Christmas. New Raisins and Currants, Dried and Fresh Preserved Fruits. An, at Lowest Possible Pbices. NEW STOC...

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HERALD Office, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HbbaIiD Office, January 10. There ie no change to report since last issue. The following are the latest local quo tations:—Wheat, prime quality, 3s 6d per bushel; chaff, £3 10s, for prime green well cut wheaten; inferior is unsaleable; eggs, lOd per dor ; butter Is 2d; old flour, £9 per ton; bran, £6 per ton; pollard, £6 5s per ton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

Good fob tux Little Osbs.—Mrs. H. i Cowden, of Albany, says: —I have been using your Curacough for the children, as they are subject to coughs, and- catch cold wry easily, as indeed all children do m Albany. I hare ; found Curacough the best preparation for such ailments, effecting a cure in every case. It is not alone good for children, as I have used it for a chronic cough—with splendid results—from which I have suffered for vears.) Proprietors, Campbell'Cochrane and Co., chemists, Albany. L-oeal agent, C. A- Harris, Katennrag.—Advt. '

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NARROGIN. January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

NARROGIN. (rBOX OCB COBBSSPOSTDBKT.) January 9. The Narrogin Eoada Board held its usual monthly meeting last Saturday in the Agri cultural Hall. Mr M. Brown was elected chairman pro tern. A letter was received from Mr W. Ingram, the ex-chairman, apolo gising for nop-attendgnce. on account of ill ness. As there were Snly three members pre sent it was decided to adjourn until Saturday, the 18th. There is no longer any doubt about the value of land in or about Narrogin townsite. All things considered the record price was obtained at the sale held here to-day. For two blocks not by any means in the business portion of the town, in fact right on the out skirts of the town as at present surveyed, the boom price of L26 was obtained. When it is taken into consideration that this means about L100 per acre for virgin forest, the most sceptical must admit that land is going up in price here by leaps and bounds. At the extreme other end of the township, nearly a mile from the post-office, land ...

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THE TAXING OF SHIPS' STORES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902

THE TAXING OF SHIPS' STORES. I* referring to tie taxing of ships' stores a Victorian contemporary says Mr. Kingston has plunged the young Commonwealth into an international dispute of an intense!/ unpleasant and it may be grave character as the first result of his aggressive Customs policy, -technically, of course, the Minister cannot be disassociated from his colieaguesandfrom the Federal Parlia ment" . T!16! have accepted full responsibility fay endorsing the out-of the-way proposal te tax ships' stores consumed in port and afloat. But everyone is aware that, save for the uafortunat selects** of jytg Kinysfcnnw as- oRe^f "the' politntnS^P^^to^be trusted to launch" the Commonwealth smoothly on its course, nothing would have been heard of an idea so pre eminently calculated to embroil us and the Imperial Government on our behalf in friction with foreign powers. Mr Kingston has a genius for pro moting strife. He is the stormy petrel of politics, and /where he is allowed his way, ince...

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