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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902
Notices. E IOB SALE, Jersey BULL, pedigreed, and frequent prize-taker. T. H. ST ANBURY. J£ATAN*ING TUBE CLUB. A COMMITTEE MEETING of the abore Club will be held TO-NIGHT, 11th instant, at the Katanmng Hotel. Business: To arrange Programme for the Annual Race Meeting on 26th February. All Members are Requested to Attend. H. J. STABB, Hon. See. W EST Y-RTHUR BOADS BOARD AT a Meefcflt of the abore Board, Bud ab. C. F. Brown's on. the 28th day of September,* it was resolred take, for thejahpbse of opening a new linev>f communication, a strip of Land one chain wle, startinjnrom a point situate at about 25 chains noSchward of sur rey mark S26on the right bnk of the Black wood Birer, and extoim^B in a general north-easterly direction ja surreyed (O.P. Wellington 100) to thjeVght bank of the Arthur Birer, passing thnuigh P.L. 78-83, thence along said bank upwards, and passing through P.P.B. 8-852, C.P.'s\9-406, 47-12, 48-557, and 2,209^55 (1284) to she north-east comer of 48-3725'and 944...
KALGOORLIE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902
XALGOORLIE MARKET. Following are the quotes:— Fruit.—Very high price, and to quote would perhaps mislead dealers; tomatos, 8s to 10s per case; grapes, 22s to 23s per case ; water melons, 20s doz ( rock melons, 14s to 16s doz. Vegetables.—CHcumbema 4d to lsper doz ; cabbage, 8s to 12s ; marrows, 2s to 3s 3d; pumpkins, 8s to 9s 6d &lt;ase ; salads, 9d to Is 3d per, dez j celery, £s'$o'3s.per doz j beet, Is 3d to 2s 6d; parsnips, Is to Is 2d; car rots, 9d to Is 6d; turnips, 6d to 9d per doz; beans, 4d lb; peas, 3§d to 4d lb. Potatos- £9 to £10 per ton. Onions.—£9 to £10 per ton. Eggs.—Local, Is 6fd per doz ; Adelaide, Is Id to Is 2d. Poultry.—Fowls, 6s 6d to 9s per pair; ducks, 7s to 8s; geese, 15s to 20s; turkeys, 27e 6d to 45s. Chaff.— L3 17s 6d, Northern. Oats.—Algerian, Lll oer ton on spot. Lamb*.—14s per head.
STORYTELLER. A MESSAGE FROM THE DESERT. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902
O rr^ A MESSAGE FROM THE DESERT. PiliT l. Sunrise on the western plain of' Queensland during the tropical sum- ; mer-time lias a peculiar character cf ; its own. Probably the inglit has "been • calm and sultry : bet as the "hour of ■ day-light approaches, light puffs of •; warin wind come soughing across the j almost treeless expanse. There is no " hesitation about the dawn, no long, j lingering half-li'glit. A streak of gray s orightens in the east, widening quickly ! and, turning to a soft, rosy pink ; it i blots out all thehoetof stars of lesser j magiiitude. isbou, none save, the; brightest are visible. The brilliant ; triple-jewelled belt of Orion, most j perfect ef ail constellations; the; Cross of the South lying horizontally ; near the earth, with the two steadfast j pointers above ;*and glorious over all, j in pure,, lustrous splendour, the Star j of the Morning, surrounded with the! opal tints of the fast-brightening.! eastern sky. The far-stretching! plain now seems to bo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 11 January 1902
W* are in a position to snpplj yon -with «U kinds of drugs, chemicals, patent medicines, perfumery, Burgicai appliances sundries, pho tographic material, nursery and sick-room requisites, etc., etc., at the lowest possible prioes, as we are direct English, American, and Continental buyers in wholesale quanti ties. -AH orders of 10s. or over sent carriage paid. Gampbell-Coohrane and Co., chemists, Albany.* THE SAME OLD STOBf. 3. A. Kelly aselatoe an experience similar to thai whiob las happened in almost neighborhood -in tbo united Sti£o« and 'has been told and re-told by thousaxuisof others. He says: " Last summer 1 -bad -an attack of dysentery and pnrohated a bottle of Gbnm Vaalninfa T)iawA%oaa 'Piitl berlain'e Colic, Cholera, and Diarrheas Re medy, which I used according to directions, and with entirely satisfactory results. The trouble was controlled much quicker than former attacks when I used other remedies."' Mr. Belly is a well known citizen of Hender son, B.C., 0'.A. For sal...
PERTH REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 January 1902
PERTH REPORT. Messrs. F. and U. PieBse, produce merchants, Perth, report for the week ending January 18 :—Chaff: Prime samples free from dust brought to £4 5s; good feed, £3 10s to £4; Wheat: Truck lots, 4s to 4s Id ; smaller lots, 4s 3d to 4s 6d. Oats: New Zealands, 3s lOd to 4s; crushed, Ss lid to 4s 3d ; Algerians, 3s. Maize: 4b 6d to 5s; crushed, Ss to 5s 3d. Linseed : 25s. Peas: 2s 6d to Ss 9d. Bran: £6 12s 6d to £3 15s. Pol lard : £6 17s 6d to £7. Flour: " Premier," £9 17s 6d. Potatoes: Prime samples, L7 15s to L8. We do not expect to see this price last, as Victorians are bring ordered by merchants, and will land fit a much less figure. Fruit: Apples, desert, lis to 20s case; cooking; 4e 6d to 10s per case; pears, 10s 6a to 15s 6d per case; peaches, lis to 41s per case; apricots, lis to 41s; gooseberries, 8d per lb; plums, 13s 6d to 23s 6d par small case; Imported lemons, 17s to 10s; local lemons, 3s to 8«; tomatoes, 4s to 9s case ; table grapes, 4s 6d to 7s 6d; wine grapes, ...
COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HERALD Office, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 January 1902
COMMERCIAL "1&OCAL MARKET. Hbbazj> Office, Ja&oar? 17. All along the Great Southern line wheat is ooming in freely, although a large number of farmers are holding back in the hope of a rise in price. At Wagin 3e 6d is the price given for wheat, whilst «t Narrogin 3s 6frd u on offer. At Katanning the prices are:—Wheat, prime quality, 8s 6d per bushel; chaff, £3 IDs, for prime green well cut wheaten; inferior is unsaleable; eggs, lOd per doz ; butter Is 2d; old flour, £9 per ton} bran, £6 per ton; pollard, £6 6s per ton. '
LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 January 1902
LOCAL COUBTS. DrBlaok, atfcehdetbe undermentioned places on the days specified, for the purpose of conducting jjdcJd.1&b\fl1» t-r- .r ' Katanning, third Wednesdoj each month Karrogin, second Friday each month Wagin,/third Friday each month. l£ojoimp,-last Friday each month ^ Mr. T. H. Staaebury; Clerk of Court# at Fatanning, Tieiie Fojdnup erery third Wed nesday
Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 January 1902
Wagia. C. Jbst, Coaohbuilder and General Blaok amith J. C. H. Nrhkk, Saddler C. L. Qelim, General Storekeeper A. Mocan, Hide and General Buyer J. Facet, Bootmaker F. M. BrxTFiEtD, General Storekeeper F. k O. Fiessb, General Storekeepera A. D01&, Butcher and Baker J". Spa att, Wagin Hotel H. Stbaoo, Federal Hotel
A BLACKFELLOW'S LOVE. HE GETS SEVEN DAYS. AND BREAKS GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 January 1902
A BLACKFELLQW'S LOVE. HE GETS SEVEN DAYS. AND BREAKS GAOL On Tuesday last at the Kojonup Police Court (before Mr L. F. Van zulicom, J.P.) Bob Eigel, a native, was charged "that he "did on the 6th January last abduct or unlawfully detain one Emma Smith against her consent. Edward Smith said the prisoner came to his camp ou the 5th January, and asked him if he would give him his sister. Witness said Prisoner replied "That's hard lack,'' and threatened to shQot himself. Witness asked his sister if she wanted to go, and she said she did not. He then told her to go to Mr Gk Warburton's, as she would be safe there. Witness shifted his camo, and on the following Sunday he heard that the prisoner was over at Shamrock Hill with his sister. He went over on Monday to try and get her. He spoke to h§r, and she was willing to come away; but prisoner would not let her. He had a rifle in his hand, and he wanted to fight wit ness. The owner of the rifle took it from him, and he snatched up another o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 January 1902
THE BEST LIN.IMENT FOR STRAINS. Mv F H Wells, the merchant at Beer Park, XiODg Island, S.Y., U.S.A., says I always recommend.Chamberlain's Pain Balm as the best liniment for strains. I used it last winter for a severe " lameness in the side, resulting from a strain, and was greatly pleased with the quick relief and- cure it efieeted."_ For sale by F and C Piesse, Katanning and Wagin. A HAPPY NEW YEAR. A. E. k W5 HAIRDRESSERS & TOBACCONISTS, " ""NEWS AGENTS " ■ "and*' STA TONE S, WAN EE'S BUILDINGS,. GLIVE-ST., ... • r,i•'.. ,■ : . ' - SATINING, - Have a Large Stock of XSfAS GOODS, - consisting of . Pipes, . Purses T. and Pouches, Cigar and Cigarette Cases, Xmas : and: Nevr Year Cards, Photo Frames, Perfumery, and Toilet R equi sites. SCHOOL GOODS' AND STATIONERY - of all Descriptions. *XMAS NUMBERS of " Western Mail," f. Interstate, and English Illustrated Periodicals and Magazines on liaud. Its quality is Renowned, and travellers and Residents along the Great Southern Railw...
BROOME HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 January 1902
BROOME HILL. The crops around Broome Hill thie^^son hare beendisappointing in their yield, TThere hare been good returns from some of the wheat crops, but the average for the district may be put down at about seven bashels. Mr O. J. Darcy has erected commodious premises for the carrying on of his black - smithing and wheelwright business. This had been found necessary owing to increased i business. I The scarcity of water in the township tot &lt; stock iB severely felt. The Roads Board some two years ago obtained a grant of £150 for the construction of a reservoir, which, when I completed, was found to be incapable of : holding water, owing to the porous nature of the ground. In engineer from the Water Supply Department visited the district some time ago, and the defects of the work were pointed out to him. He advised the concre ting of the banks, and recommended that more slope be given to f them the esti mated cost of which was £950. The Roads Beard, however, did not consi...
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 January 1902
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ,Tho following business people hare ad vertisements appearing in this issue:— Satanzdng. F. & C. Piessk, General Merchants J. Cass, Draper. C A Habbis, General Storekeeper P A Bbbce, Saddler W>r. Baxkb, Butcher ~M XjBbai), Coffee Palace A. W. Bicbibb, General Blacksmith and fo.acHBuilder G. MoLbod, Kb tanning Hotel ' , Mias M.J'.Browx,Royal Exchange Hotel A. E. Skwab A Co., Hairdressers, Sta tioners, etc O F WaJtkk, Machinery Agent ] J Gould, FruIterer,eto
STORYTELLER. A MESSAGE FROM THE DESERT. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 January 1902
FROM THE DESERT. VlRT II. The -Paitpns came of a squatting i family.' The f; t!icr had beeir the | owner of. a,compact and paying sheep j station in the south west of New j South 'Wales, lie died shortly, after : his two sons in Queensland ; and the youngert son/who had late y visited Bendabar, now held possession o*f the property, owning a half share and managil g for his mother . and two younger' sisters who inherited the other half. It was some three months after his northern visit, and he sat in the small veranda room that did duly as an office, regarding a letter lie had just received from New .Zealand. The letter was from Hopwood, in reply to one fiom Patten, , .Hopwood'having forwarded Msstddresson seeing the advertisement th; t had been inserted. The writer described the .position of the. place to the best of his menit'Ty. but candidly stated jbpstr'oT time, an d the a jsnfiu i n g the ti trod, he did- not-*fc' -more than .gd^^rb^i^ip^^ear t%% spot, even if he vjsited The lo...
ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 January 1902
ROADS BOARD. The ordinary meeting of the Broome Hill■' Roads Board was held on Saturday last. Present—Messrs T MoOuire, T Norrish, D McDonald, O Saggers, C J Dawson, J C Jor dan, and the secretary (Mr B K Jones Pending the election of a chairman, the secretary opened the meeting. j The retiring ohairman (Mr T McGuire) ' read a report on the working of the Board for the past year, and congratulated the members on the sucoessfnl carrying out of the affairs of the Board. Th'oy had, he said, started the year with a credit balance of L184 4s Id, which was supplemented by the annual Government grant of £250, a special gra it of L200 for improving Maley-road, and £>77 7s 6d collected for wheel and dog foxes, making a total of L711 lis 7d. The expenditure for the year had been L591 4s 4d, which had been distributed as follows :—Maloy-road, L150 ; Tambellup Bast and Moouey Bilk roads, L90 8s 6d; Pallennp-road, f 80 17«} Kojo nup-road, L62 18s; Bwlyhmartup-rosd. LSO : 7s 6di Katanmng-road,...
Money Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 January 1902
KEouey Orders. IhxaHD.—Not exceeding £5, Cd.; above £6, and not exceeding £10, Is.; above £10, and not exceeding £15, Is. 6d.; above £15, and not exceeding £20, 2s liJXKESTATH.—Above £1 and not exceeding £2, 9d.; above £2 and not exceeding £5, Is. 6d.;-above £5 and not exceeding £7, 2s. 3d.; above £7 and not exceeding £10, 3s.; above £10 and not exceeding £12,3s. 9dabove £12 and not exceeding £15, 4s. 6d.; above £15 and not exceeding £17,5fe. 8&lt;L; above £17 and not exceeding £20, 6s
Rates of Postages. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 18 January 1902
Bates of-Postages. Lbttebb.—If delivered at any Post-Office for delivery within the postal delivery limit of such office, for every foz., or fraction (up to 51fas, ld. Beyond such limits, for every ioz. or or fraction of :$oz., np toSlbs, (dimen sions not to exceed ther maximum allowed for packets), 2d / Post Cabdb.—If posted at any post-office for deliveiy within the postal delivery of such office, $d.j hevond such limits Id Packets.—For every 2ozs oh fraction of 2ozs, up to 41bs Id 2s kwspapebs.—Printed and posted in the Colony for delivery beyond the boundaries of the City or Town at which they may be pub lished, and posted within one week from date' of publication not exceeding iOozs, free. For oterr additional lOoze or fraction of IOozs (each) ^d. For each newspaper posted 7 days after publication, not exceeding IOozs, Id. For every additional IOozs or fraction of IOozs, Id. Newspapers must be posted one hour before the closing of the. mail by which they are intended to go