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LAND SETTLEMENT. SEPTEMBER STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901
LAND SETTLEMENT. SEPTEMBER STATISTICS. The following is a return of the applications for land approved during the month of Septem ber i Avon;—Conditional purchases, 50applications, 8,831 acres; homestead farms, 9 applications, 1,440 acres; grazing lease, 1 application, 1,000 acres j pastoral leases, 3 applications, 43j000 Williams.—Conditional purchase, 56 ap plications, 8,320 acres; homestead farms, 18 applications, 2,880 acres. Jfojonup.—Conditional purchases, 30 ap plications 3,551 acres; homestead farms 9 applications, 1,404 acres; grazing lease, 1 application, 1,500 acres. Wellington.— Conditional purchases, 8 npplicatoins, l,g01 acres; timber leases, 2 applications, 14,080 acres. Murray.—Conditional purchases, 3 appli cation, 222 acres • homestead farm, 1 applicat ion* 100 acres-. Swan.—Conditional purchases ,5 applications, 570 acres; pastoral lease, 1 application 3,000 Seres. jPlantagenet.—Conditional purchases, 3 ap plications, 205 acres; timber lease, 1 appli cation, 040 a...
LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901
tOCAI* CCU2&TS. Driflacli, K.W.. attends the undermentioned tlaces on the days specified; fur the purpose of inducting J oral Courts i~[ Xatarining, third Wcdncsdor each month, haviogiii, second Friday each month: Wagin, third riday each month; 3cojonup, iast Friday-each month: , If-i T. H. StanSbury, Clerk of Courts at xataaning, -visits Kojonup every third Wed nesday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901
GREAT AUCTION SALE OF Cattle, Horses, Harness, v Ploughs, Town Xiots, etc, ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, Day after Show. Sale to Start' at 10.30 sharp, on Ground Opposite Railway Station. Special Attention is called to Town Lots 201 and 202, fronting Railway Station These are the only two eligible business sites left in the townsite, Suitable for any kind of business. Attention is also called to tbe Sale of tbe late Mr W. K. Adams' property, " Geelong,^ consisting of about 100 acres, and smalj house. , This property includes one of the finest pools on the Carrolup River. BOW I MISS TBtlS SALE. T. W. LANGLEY, AUCTIONEER, Notices. TEN SHILLINGS REWARD. LOST, a Gold Ring, much worn. Above reward on returning same to j. Mcdonald. Hairdresser, Katanning. KATANNING ROADS BOARD. REVISION OURT. 'pHE Katanning District Roads Board will I. hold the Electoral Roll Revision Court at the Public Hall, Katanning, ou Saturday, October 19th, at 3 p.m. THOS. W. LANGLEY, Secretary. rpENDERS are invited for...
WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901
WISE AND OTHERWISE. 1 he posit'on of pound-keeper in a country town is not always a happy one, and in the case of the local custodian of straying quadru peds we have an instance, last week he "ran in" a cow, and the ©wiier subsequently pro-1 eeeded to the pound, and, according to the evidence at the Police Court on Wednesday, would have " pounded" the forehead of the j pound-keeper had not the latter beon some- i what fleet of foot. The flour hiring of a whip, accompanied by a few imprecations, was not considered an exercise of due respect for his position, so the pound-keep, r sought redress in the Police Court, with the result that the irate cow-owner bad to pay between two and three pounds for his outing. ! There was a question several years back in West Australia about the retirement on pension of Sir Alexander Onslow, Chief Justice, on the ground of physical and mental prostration, owing to overwork. Sir John Forrest was at that time Premier, while Sir Alexander was acting as L...
Money Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901
"SEoixey Orders. . ISXASPD.— Not exceeding £o, Gd.; above £5; and not exceeding £10, Is.; above £10, at q not exceeding £15. Is. fid.; above £15, i Siitt not exceeding £20, 2s. j Tstbjistatb.—Above £1 and not exceeding ■£2, 9d.; above £2 and not exceeding £5, Is. £d.; above £5 and not exceeding £7,? 2s. 3d.: iibove £T:tnd not exceeding £10, 3s.; above £10 and no£ excec-tir.g £12. 36. bd ; above §12 and not exceeding £15, 4s. Od.j above I9 and not exceeding £17, 5s. 3d.: above and nor exceeding £20, Gs.
Rates of Postages [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901
i&ates of Postages I4'/ViEii*.—]i" delivered at. any Po-i -OynL-e ft i- &lt;iei ver\ within 1 tic postal delivery Hiv.it 6f such ofiico, for every 50Z., or ffaction (up to 51b?,- lsi. ]k*yoii'i such limits, for every ioz. or or fraction of loz., up to 31 es, (diiuen MCms not to exceed the maximum allowed for j packets), 2d. IVot i'AnpS.—If posted at any posr.-offifce for deli very'■•within i,].c postal delivery of sucli ilflee, id.; bevend such limits Id. PiCKBts.—For every 2ozs or fraction of Sozs, ap fo -libs Id. lis wspapeks.— Printed and posted in iTie Colony for delivery beyond the boundaries of the City or Town at which they may be pub lished, awl posted within one eeel; from date 6f publieat ion not exceeding TOozs, free. For ivert additional iOozs or .fraction of lOozs (each) id. For each newspaper posted 1 daya after publicat ion, not exceeding IGozs, Id; For every additional lOozs or fraction bf Wozs, Id. Newspapers must be posted She hour before the closin...
Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901
"WasfiBi C. JtrST, Coachlmilder and General Black fftrith. «T. C. IT. Fbkke, Saddler. C. L. Gistx, General Storekeeper. A. Mot AS, Ilitle and General Buyer. ST. Facet, Bootmaker: F. M. BrtTFiTUT!, General Storekeeper. J. ft C. I'ikpsE; General Storekeepers. S; CahhutSeks, Keivsagent, Stationer, etc. A. Boio, J5iiholier ana Baker. " 3. Si'Batt, "YYagin Hotel. U. Spba&g, Federal Hotel;
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901
The following business people have ad $fetisehiants appearing in this Issue :— 2£ata aniasf. 3P.-. & C. Ptessb, General Merchants. ST. Cias, Draper. C A if ARRIS, General Storekeeper. P A D ki.ce, Saddler, f -W?'- 13/eer, Butcher, if T-ftl/.U, Coffee I'alaee. A. W. hfCitTivii, General Blacksmith and fJc&c'hhtiLildcr. G. McTiKon, Xatanning Hotel. 5Ess M. J. Buovvs. Roval Exchange Hoteh A. E. >EWifi & Co.. Hairdressers, Sfca xi&ners, etc. C F Wanke, Machinery Agent. «T Gotri®, Fruiterer, etc
KOJONUP ROADS' BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901
KOJONUP ROADS' BOARD. The ordinary sheeting of the' above' was held on the 5th inst. . Present—&lt;PheJChflirman, Mr J R Tuuney, W T Jones, A E Warburton, J R Jforrish and J Cornwall. Correspondence' was read from Hon Wesley Male'y M.L.C., replying, to letter re Poison hemes, stating that lie would bring the" matter before the Legislative' Co'tftieiL A letter was read froth the Laifds Department, re roads from 4 and 6 Mile, Broome Hill Bhadj to the' Eatanniug Bond. It was proposed by Mr Cornwall, seconded by Mr Warburton;; that Q- Sim's application : for an advance to he held over until Coiitrfliot completed. Carried. Mr Warburton moted and .Mr Cornwall seconded, that no* advance in the' future be made' by the Board on any contract under' £20, hot completed. Carried. Proposed by Mr' Warburton, seconded by Mr J ft Norrishi that tenders be called fop clearing 20 chains of road, between Jas Norrislr and Marleyup fences. Cdriied. Mr Warhuffcoit promised to get an estimate of the...
A GRIEVANCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901
A GRIEVANCE. TO THE EDITOB." Sir,—it is rather early in the history of jour paper to nse: its' Columns for the purpose' of setting up' a wail, but I would like to ash who were responsible for tlie' Semi-private' gathering at the Public Had. on Saturday last to witness the Unveiling of the memorial fcabl t. When the public are asked to sub-' scribe towards anything I think they should, out of common courtesy, at least, be'mtimatod oh an occasion such as fc'ie one alluded to.—r Tours, etc., SUBSOfilBER.*
COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HERALD Office, October 11. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901
COMMERCIAL -♦ LOCAL MARKET. HbeaTjD Office, October 11. Following are the local quotrtions : — Wheat, 3s lOd; chaff, £3 10s, £3 12s 6&lt;1, for pure green well cut wheaten ; inferior, 30s to 50s per ton ;; eggs, 10d per doz ; butter Is 3d to Is 6d; flour, £9 per ton; bran, £6 5s per ton; pollard, £6 10s per ton, A telegram from Perth this morning states that the chaff market there is glutted.
KOJONUP A. & H. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901
KOJONUP A. & H. SOdiETV. A ikhmnitiee meeting of the above Society i was held on Saturday October, 5; ,Mr A 31 Warburton, "Vice Resident, in tnd Cham The MeniberS present Were —W T Jones, J E Iforrish,. J E Tuniiey, J G Young and the Secretary, J M Flanagan. . . v . A letter read frtwh Son W Maley, M.L.A, enclosing cheque for JS2 2s towards the Society's fuiitLs, and accepting the com mifcte'a inVitatiomtb be present at the show. The Secretary acknowledged receipt of the following special prizes: Mr J Dearie, £4 4s j Mr G MeLead, £2 2s; Mr WT Jones, £1 Is ; Mr J E Tunney, 10s 6d; Messrs Treasury Btoa, £2 2s i Mr CI Goodall 21s; Mr E H Tuniiey, lOs 64 % Messrs' H-Wills A; Co, 21s » Messrs Drew, Eobinson & Co, 21s; Mrs J Norrisb, 21s; Messrs E A C Piesse, 10s Od f J M Flanagan, 10s bd; J G Yonng, lOsdd % A E Warburton, 2is; A M Mcolson, 21s j Levi Treasure, 10s6d; S Wpodsi 10s Od; E BarnCtt & Co, e.p. butter' dish, George 3j Tbrosaell & Co, OsborneUo 5 ...
SPORTING. Cricket. KATANNING DISTRICTS' CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901
Gricset. Xatannino Distbicts' Cbicket Asso ciation. A meeting of tlie above Association was held on Saturday October 5, at the Katanning Hotel. The following delegates were present —Messrs It, G- Hughes 'Kalarmlng), L Bell (Woodanilliag), W AMeharrv (Marraeoonda), A Newton, W Rafferty and II Day (Mooge bing). Mr Hughes .was voted to the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Hie Moogebing C.C. was proposed.aiid accepted as or.e cf the associ ated clubs. The Secretary intimated that he had received verbal notice that the Oarrolup C.C wished to withdraw from the association; I received. The Hon Wesley Maiey was ap pointed Patron, Hon 3? II Piesse President, wifh Messrs A E Piesse, J.P., E Bell and Dr Black, Vice-Presidents of the Association. The fee for clubs joining the Association was fixed at 10s 6(1 as usual. Permits were granted to A Newton and W Bafferty to play with Moogebing C.C. The following is a list of matches arranged:— November 19—Katanning ...
STATE SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901
STATE SCHOOL PIGNKL The dnnual picnic of the) State Softool^ Eatannmg, was held nn.tK& Show ©round ott Saturday, 5th October. About 70 childreu met at the school, and marched to the ground^ where they were ijoihdd later by their parents and friends: Games were indulged in tilt dinner time, when the children were seated round, and did justicetij the provisions which were presided. In tiie af ternoon a long programme of raced were run, the principal winners being as. follows :— Boys under 7~E. Hughe's t, S. SCymoui? 1, A, Harris 3. ©iris under 7—F. McKay lj B. Andrews 2, C. Crosby 3. Boys under' 9—B. Newton I, A: Hughes 2, H. Byrne; 3&lt; Girls Under 9—Mj McliCod 1, M. Stanbury V. CrosbyS. Boys under 12—C. Pemble 1^ 1'. White 2, W. Blair 3.* Girls under 12— Li Wdnke 1, D. Metters 2, M. Fanner 3» Boys over 12^-A. Wanke 10yds, 1, C. Wanke scratch, 2, M. Grover; 5yds., 3: Girls or&f 12—E. HdghCs I, C. Stanley 2, E. Priest 3> High jump—C. Wanke (scratch); 4ft. 7...
MUNICIPAL MASKERS, KALGOORLIE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901
MUNICIPAL MASKERS, KALGOOR LIE, Cabbage, 5s fro 103 per bag; swedes, 5s per cwt; lettuce, 6d to 9d per doz • salads, 6d per doz ; cauliflower, 12s per bag; oranges, 10s to 13s 6d per case ; inferior sorts. 7# 6d per case; loquats, 9s per case; passion fruit, 9s to 12s 6d per case 5 bananas, 18s 6d to 22s 6d per case ; eggs, Is Id and Is 2d per doz : butter, Is 6d lb ; fowls,. 7s 6d to 9s per pair ; ducks, 10a to 12s per pair. Que truck of small pigs cleared at 12s per bead". C'baff, £4 15s on rail, Kalgoorlie. Prime chaff in sin ail lots, £6 per ton ; inferior sorts, £4 10s.
INSECT PESTS' ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901
INSECT PESTS' ACT 1 he Minirter for Lands has been furnished with the following report by Mr. G.Buehanan, the Acting Chief Inspector under the Insect Pests. Act-, on the woak done during the month of September •— " During the past month inspections of 101 orchards have been made in the Southern, South-Western, and Central districts of the State; The attention of the inspectors con tinues to be given particularly to those localities and orchards in which the San Jose scale has been discovered, and it is satisfactory to note that in the majority of cases the spread of this disease has been checked, and in some in stances orchards which were formerly infested ; are now reported to be clean. Eighty of the j orchards inspected during the period dealt with by this report were found to be free from this pest, and in the remaining twenty-one 190 trees were discovered to be slightly attacked by this scale. Of the trees affected, 18 were distroyed, and the rest are being treated by fumigating...
WEST ARTHUR ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 October 1901
WEST ARTHUR ROADS The ordinary meeting of the above -was ; held at the office of the Board on Saturday, September 28. Present: Messrs. W. M. Fleay (chairman), H. Fleay, Thos. Fisher and Hi Gibbs. A request was received from Mr. H. Panton that the Board use its influence with the Government to cancel. Darkan reserve 88, and throw same open for selection. Mr. Fisher niovedj and Mr. Gibbs seconded, "That as there were other reserves in close proximity to the one mentioned, and the Government be urged to oancel the reserve as requested. | Carried; i On the motion of Mf. Fisher, seconded by Mr. Gibbs, the Secretary tMr. F. Brown) was instructed to write to the Under Secre tary for Public Worts, requesting tbat a causeway or bridge be erected over the Darkan Brook. It was pointed out that sliere were a number of new settlers in the district, and in consequence the haulage was greater, and the brook being a large one, required attention; Accounts amounting to £46 7s. id. were passed for pa...
WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 19 October 1901
WISE AND OTHERWISE. ■ ♦ Lawn tennis' is generally a sociable pastime, indulged in by sociable people, but the experi ence of the members of the Eatanning Lawn Tennis Club is somewhat the reverse of pleasurable. They had pitched their tent, so to speak, in the vicinity of the residence of a person whose nerves became so unstrung by the horrible noise created by the tennis ball continually striking the network ■ that he decided to put a stop to it. He had ^frequently complained of the nuisance, and the tennis club, to avoid a recurrence of the annoyance to the a^sthetie neighbor, substituted a sponge for the ordinary ball, in order that less noise might eventuate. This, however, only added fuel to the fire, for the improvised ball was accidently knocked over the fence of the irate neighbor, and was immediately seized by a pet pug dog, and swallowed by that animal just sufficiently far to occasion the exeavation of a portion of the garden plot, and the burial | of the dog. What followe...