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KATANNING V. MARRACOONDA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

Katanstng t. Mareacoonba. The following will represent Katanning Kiwuigvuu, w AU.VMWVVL, " «g"VOJ -^"g Foiland, Starr, Lindena. Emergencies Hoglin and H Baker.

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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SPORTING. Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

SPORTING Cricket. The opening of the Moojebing Cricket Ground on Saturday last waB the occasion of a large gathering assembling at that place, which is situated a short distance from the railway siding. About an acre of the reserve 1 has been cleared, but owing to the Bush Fires Act a large quantity of fallen timber ; still remains to be burnt np. The indispen sable requisite—a good wicket-has been wisely provided, and at no distant date there are prospects of this ground comparing favor ably with any in the district. For this auspicious occasion a " test match" was arranged between combined Marracoonda and <'■ oodanilling and Mooje bmg-Katanning combined, the former being represented by Messrs W Ferors, A Wilson, R Bell, L Bcil, 1) Wilson, Allan Prosser, S Meharry, J Meharry, L Quartermaine, and R Norrish ; while the latter clubs entrusted the task to Messrs W Rafferty, A Newton, W Newton, R G Hughes, T \Yr Langley, H J Starr, O Kealley, W Folland, L Davies, T Haddleton,...

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PERTH REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

PERTH REPORT. Messrs. F.andO.Piesse, produce merchants, Perth, Report for the week • ending «Tanuoiy 29 :—Greatly inereased supplies of chaff have come to handduring the past week, and prices are much'easier. A good many trucks' hare been Ramped by- artificial means for' cutting, ! ahdhare come -forward in amusty condition. We would pOint out to farmers that "unless they hare reliable means of damping they Otand a great risk-in putting water on' hap-: hazard-wbffe-cutting, as when the chaff is in the bags—beingin a wet condition—it very quickly spoils. Fruit continues to come for ward in large quantities,'our sales for past week being between three and1 four hundred 'cases daily. Chaff : Prime samples free from dust, £3 17s fid to £4 2s 6d; good feed, £3 to £3 15s. - Wheat: Track lots, 4s to ;4s Id ;; smaller lota, 4s 3d to 4s 6<L Oats.* New Zealands, 4s 2d to 4« 3d; Algerians, 3s 2d ■to 3e 4d ; crashed, 3dextra. Maize: 4s lOd to;:5s ; crushed, 5s to 58 3d. Linseed: 25s. ...

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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

LONDON WOOL SALES. By cable, on Januaiy 27, the colonial wool sales were reported to: be firm at late rates. Specialelip "rates : Paula way, 6|d; Canally, 8|d; Haddonring, 9|d; Felton, 9|d; Wal eellow, lOJd j Manuka, I7|d.

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HERALD Office, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HeeaiD'Office, January 31. j ^ Wheat is stillcoming in in large quantities, 'although faraers.are; holding off in. the hope of a isiali further increase in prices on'-offer, Ah Xatanning the. prices are:—, Wheat, prime quality; 8s 7d per bushel ; «haff,£8 5is to ■&% Js6d,for prime green -well ieut^wheaten<; inferior is Unsaleable ; eggs, 10d per do z ; butter Is 2d $ old flour, £9 per ton ;r bran, £6 per tonpollard, £6 5s per ton;■ Algerian oats,- 2s 8dL

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RED RUST IN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

ItED BUST IN WHEAT. Many and varied theories are ad vanced by farmers as^to the origin of red rust in wh£at, the concensus of opinion being that the infection is attributable to excessive moisture, followed by hot weather. This theory, according to the observations of Mr E. R. Beeck, farmer, of Ka tanning, appears to be somewhat dis pelled. Mr Beeck, who has had vast experience as a farmer in South Aus tralia, claims that he has had ocular demonstration of the origin of the destructive pestj and not only has he witnessed its visitation, but be has watched its maturity and progress until it has performed its work of devastation upon his own and neigh boring crops in the Eastern State. Mr Beeek says that after a shower of rain he has observed tbe deocent of myriads of small flies, or .species of blight similar in appearance to that which infects the ordinary garden rose bush. These fall to the ground, and if the rain is superceded, by warm weather the insect matures rapidly, and in a ...

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EASTERN STATES' CROPS. VICTORIA. THE OAT CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

EASTERN STATES' CROPS. VICTORIA. THE OAT CEOP. The fact that the -wheat crop is a disap pointing one is now fully recognised, end in business circles the forecast of the Austral asian is accepted as fairly describing the situation. There will be less wheat by several million bushels than was the case last I year, and it now remains to indicate what the ' yields of oats, barley, and hay will be, so I that some idea may be formed of what our export trade will amount to. With regard to oats, all the remarks made in connection with the wheat crop will hold good. As a general rule, the latter cereal stands drought and heat much better than oats. Fair crops of wheat have been obtained from a 12in. rainfall, but oats require a heavier precipita tion to insure a good yield. On the present occasion the only portion of the season that favoured the growth of the oat crop was the latter part. The autumn and winter were singularly dry over the whole of the districts north of the Dividing Range, ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Mails.—Mails for the Eastern States close at the local post-office on Wednesday next, February 5, at 12.15' p.m. Proposed New Roads' Board — A correspondent writes: A public meeting is. called for this.evening at Woodanilling, for the purpose of forming a new Roads Board district, for it is considered that the paltry sum of money granted to the Katan ning Roads Board by the Govern ment was not enough to keep the Katanning streets in. repair, without looking after such adarge district1 as comprises its area. Then again there is a portion of the Wagin district ad jacent to this, and the settlers living there cannot get anything done for them in the way of roads, so the resi dents are going to try arid-form a separate Board. The Apple Scab.—In reply to a letter from Mr J. G. Taylor, of Wagin, with reference to a number of diseased apples that had also been for warded, the following communication has been received from Mr tj. Lindley Cowan:—" The injury complaine...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

THE BEST LINIMENT FOE, STRAINS. , MrF H Welle, the merchant at Deer Park, Long Island, N.Y., U.S. A., eajs : " I alwaye recommend Chamberlain's Earn Balm ae the - I^uaed itlast winter cure it -efieetedJ'- For and Wagua. •

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WAGIN NOTES. January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

WAGINNQTES. / vT" (»b°?c ora;^aBH|?oi|B|n!r^ ! Farniers'are 'all bds^ in chaff-andwheatraftd tho town-during the day: presents a Iniays ap pBarntice. j come of the Wagiu RacingClub ? Jb there no one in the district energetic enough to^rry It iOP "Kenzie left the town? The last meeting was a greatrsuccess. Is it to . be like most things in. Wagin, jrn Qjfc V i-V i i .t? l?{ ^ «2 %su Ti Sg4gSft with a.^reat Ma^ die a natural death. Cricket clhbs, f ontball ctnbs, etc.7all share the'same* < late. Wife) m&M I® . WrA^creation ground on which you seldom 6ee any o.■ .} ~g- . ,jK. . ■'«•»£■ ,h'"Y" y-jfBC* one.f Strangers irustafajs ifcpof yyaglh cemetery?~-£-A —-.' / - .■ i A ball was held at _ Jfe fohftrCro nin's last Saturday! mght at'which over 40 were present.L EefceshtneiitB were dispensed with. Jdis Oronin's usndW^y'^snojngTOB^t np nofcil--rTuptii —pwei^. s&H^^-wasf Saturdaymght,F^ it. Following are the Snathes oftafe w t of:' those who" were MSf A JXirkthau...

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A GRIEVANCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

A-GHIEVANCE. to Tsus piynroB. Sir,—Em i no that yon are alwia ready to ' defen&ja |^od[cA^, iMakdbeld to5rit&jjrou a fu lines on a subjec thai-i think requires Ten Bhilluhper day! fdb^ete jtheiij wagesratleest a fare fchingTo liveon,*aii~i mebtaih that "it is ardly a fare thingto gira ennT orertime, or i shad say enny extree workthatmay be avail #)»!•> men^ whpr * eaneda fair day'ffTageB: < /Ihe&'uraent per ay anas here, are working overtime inent way anas here, are working doding n*erly eFjy.evningp udje.other men can't set emiw. work tadp,— -Yours, etc., WtJK OY !G£B TJNPLOYEI). .2 '- -

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

Broome Hill. For Tvojonup, Wednesday 12*30 p.m For Salt River, every oilier Friday, 9 a.in for Perth and intermedial e places, daily, 11*30 a.m., excepting "Wednesday's (l! ]i.:n.) Albany and intermedia!e places daily, 4 p.m., excepting Tuesday's (6 p.m.)

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WEDGECARRUP CRICKETERS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

WEDGECARRFP CRICKETERS. to ,:the kditoh . Sir,—I have noticed in two of your issues notes from Wedgeearrup re the cricket match; played at the Arthur Cricket Ground between; the local" teiptfandphe Arthur ouDoxingi Day,lib which~ihe~Al*tl/nr #fere defeated, but; why should .Wedgecarrup nrftw-so, npch and f publish*!!t%wieaJ-ii&le&8 Tt'is1 the" first gome ! they hare ever won. .Mr John McKenna cer- ; tainly bowled' well -fen thiflf o&Iasion, for whichi he is now recommended to have a medal' struck for him, bnt~£~" brown paper one." : What did he do at Wagin., on N®,w Year's Day ? Never took a wicket, iatod bradf the ■ "Waeih" givufe their opponents a sbamefal< beating.— -Yonrs, etc., ANTI BOUNCE. [The second report of the match did not ■ come from "Wedgecarrup, and it was purely ■ an oversight that it was published.—En.]

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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

Wagin. For Arrlmr Rirer, (Wednesday's). at noon For Eastwood (Cronin's) 8 a.m. Monday's For Westward (Norin T.nke>, 8 a.m fharsday's For L'erflt. and iu'ermediate places, Mon day's, Tuesday's, Thursday's, Friday's, Satnr day's, 2 p.m.: Wednesday's, 0 p.m For Albany, Katanning, Broome Hill, Ml Barker, Monday, Wednesday. Thnrsday, Friday and Saturday's, at T20 p.m.; Tues day's, 6 p.m .

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THE NARROGIN RACE CLUB. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

THE NAUBQaiN BAGE CLUB. yo THE EDITOR. Sir,—Allow me space in your paper to call attention to the wayiti which the committee, ofphe^artogin^Turf Club conducts its busi-; ncs£ ^They recently called for -benders' for ciftilToe^fll ctaTnl TiTAinLtwrv -fratJ • the amount for all not to exceed £16. Some, of the timber required wpnld be l?ft..!6in.rin. length, the yard to be formedby throe rails,j and the straight one rail. 'TheTehdere sent in were considered tpg high, and were conse-: quently not accepted.' At the amount set down-bythe xommitt^e. a man, by. dint of: hlrd worit-anfl irj»t tendering, womd^e hble eto' mate 8s^cles&-.£pe!t dayyyet we -become-en-; raptured over the sentiment " Britains nerer shall be slaves."— -Yeurs, etc., STEPHEN QUINN. >Narrogin, January 27. •

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POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

POSTAL NOTICES. following are tlic times at -which mails are despatched from the Post-Offices men tioned j - Katanaing. Perth (daily), Sunday excepted 12 15 p.m. For Wagiu, 3farm»in, Cubhalling, l'ingelly and Beverley (noon) ' For Albany rlnily, Sunday excepted (3 p.m.), Brown Hill. Cranbrook, lit. Barker, 3 p.m For Marracoonda, (weekly), 1 hursday's, 7 fl. til For Moojelhng, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 fi.m For Ctidgelbarrup (weekly), Friday's, 7 W.m Eojonup (weekly, Friday's, 1'30 p.m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

Trade Notices. waoijst WAGON, CARRIAGE, & IMPLEMENT FACTORY. 0_ JUST, PROPRIETOR. BLACKSMITH, WHEELWRIGHT, and MACHINIST. Carriages, Drays, Wagons and all kinds of Vehioles Mads or Repaired. STOP 1 GET YOUR HAIR CUT! DEWAR & CO., HAIRDRESSERS, TOBACCONISTS, NEWSAGENTS, .... AND ... STATIONERS, Wannb's Bdildikghs, Cliva Street, Zatassing, Bbbx Brands Tobaccos, Pirxs, Oioabs, AND ClGABBTTBS, Looal Agents for Metropolitan, Interstate, and English Newspapers and Magazines. FANCY GOODS and STATIONERY. ALEX. DOIG, BUTCHER & BAKER. WAQIN. All Orders Pronspklj AtteBded to.\ KATANNING HOTEL. A1 Mo£BOB, Jour., Proprietor. Sut Brands of Wines and Spirits. Firsfc (Sass Aeoommodation for Boarders. KATANNING COFFEE PALACE M. X33BAD, Proprietor. REFREBHMEKTS AT ALL SGTTSI. TAB IFF— OWING to the high tariff thA has bsea forced upon the people by the BsAOftl Government it has been found naoBHtny ho increase the price of board, as under — Board and Lodgings (permanent), 26s Ad...

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THE GRAT SOUTHERN RAIL WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

THE GOAT SOUTHERN RAIL WAY. Thetis is probably no other railway line in the State that is worked with so little regard for the convenience of-the public as the Great Southern. The distance between Albany and and Fremantle is under 400 miles, a distance over wbicb passenger trains are timetabled to travel in something like twenty-five hours.- "Were the distance covered at this stiail-like time there would be grounds for pro test, hut when day after day and week after week the time taken to accom plish the journey is exceeded, by two or three hours, the travelling public are justified in their com plaints regarding the apparent mis management. The lateness of the arrival of trains is not the only in convenience to which travellers are subjected, for the whole service along the line is bai, and as inconsistent with the routine of capable manage ment as it is possible +o be. In sup port -of this contention there is hardly any necessity to refer to the many minor disagreeable incidents t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

WM. J. ROGERS, CENTRAL STORES, KATANNING, JTaving InVen orer ilie business lately earned on by Mr C. A. Harris,- is prepared to supply all kinds of IKCLN MONGERY, DBA PERT, BOOTS, GROCERY, ASH rGENERAL STORES, At Lowest Prices For Cash. A Trial Solicited. Trade Notices. F. & C. PIEBSE (Established 1880), GENERAL IMPORTERS, DRAPERS, GROCERS IRONMONGERS, MILLERS, AND CHAFF MERCHANTS, A USTltAT-T EFFACE, KAl ANMXG. ERE II DrRECT SHIPMENTS OF S ASONABLE GOODS Arriving Daily. Cull ami inspect the different Depart men's, slocked with the newest and up-to-date Goods, just opened, and now on view in our Spacious Showrooms. A Large Stock of GROCERIES just in for ; Christmas. New Raisins and Currants, Dried and Fresh Preserved Fruits. All at Lowest Possible Prices. NEW STOCK OF FURNITURE, int lnding Marble Top Was) is lands, Chests of Drawers, Duchess Chests, Bedsteads and Belding, Chairs of all kinds, Goc-arls, Perambulaf ors, and Safes. A Large Stock of Fancy Glassware, Toilet Sets,...

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STORY TELLER. A MESSAGE FROM THE DESERT. PART III. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902

6'JOit iTiv A MESSAGE FROM THE DESERT. Part III. Ah! but litis one was a slate bar ■ with a seam s i' quartz rnitnin-r beside j it No flood rt-uld alter ihat. could t it ?' ' I shouldn't think so,' said I'atien. They left the ramp; and in due tittle they a l*.* tved in Keppei liay, wheie. leaving t'.,e mail steamer in which they had travelled, they ass en- ) ded the Filmy Kiv<r rn the tender. liohert stood 011 the uliarf waiting j'or ■ hiv luggage to be put ash se e. when a " hatol was la:d on his sheu'der. Hej turned to And his half-brother beside! him. f * ] expected you, 13<>b," he said, j ' Now, supposing we make this little j trip to Keudabar t< ge: her.' j

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