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CORRESPONDENCE. A REFUTATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902
CORRESPONDENCE. » A REFUTATION. TO THE EDITOR. - Sir,—In your issue of January 18 appears a letter under the heading of correspondence that is-calculated to do a great injustice to a gentleman whose local reputation is, forfcu • hately, so well-known for his invariable courtesy and conscientious discharge of his - duties as to render local credibility to the &lt;- charge .practically nil, but it may injure him in other ways. In reply to charge No. 1, that he cannot attend to his Court duties. It ; -is a -strange thing that the magistrate did not! ■ make any comment on his absence, from Court, if it was such a serious breach of eti quette. fie the fine being refused by the] local constable. Supposing, for instance, the i - -constable'had a man in custody,-and, on being brought before the Court he was fined a cer tain amlount, according to the contention that \wl constable cannot or will not" receive a fine, it would be necessary to bring the clerk of «onrt to the gaol to rece...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902
We are in a position to supply you with all lands of drugs, chemicals, patent medicines, perfumery, surgical appliances sundries, pho tographic material, nursery and sick-room requisites, etc., etc., at the lowest possible prices, as we are direct English, American, and Continental buyers in wholesale quanti ties. All orders of 10s. or over sent, carriage paid. Campbell-Cochrane and Co., chemists, Albany. * THE SAME OLD STORY. J. A. Kelly relates an experience similar to that which lias happened in al rost every neighborhood in the United States and has been told and re-told by thousands of others. He says : " Lost summer I had an attack of | dysentery and purchased a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea 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. Kelly is a well known citizen of Hender son, N.C., U.~.A. For sale by F and C Piesse,...
A HINDOO RUNS AMOK. USES FIREARMS. AND FIRES THIRTEEN SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902
A HINDOO RUNS AMOK. USES FLRKARMS. AND FIRES THIRTEEN SHOTS. The residents of Woodanilling were thrown into a great state of excitement on Thursday ■ evening owing to the fact of a Hindoo lmwlter running about the place, brandishing fire arms, . He fired, thirteen shots in all, but for tunately no one was hit, although there were a number of people about, who, however, made themselves scarce when the bullets be gan to fly. Word was immediately sent to the Hat aiming Police Station, but Constable -Fo'ulkes being away making investigations into another case in which the same Hindoo is suspected of being concerned, and not having returned until after midnight, with his horse completely knocked up, he was unable to pro ceed to Woodanilling until yesterday. On arrival there he found that Boor Singh, the man who had been creating the commotion, hful left with his waggon. Accompanied by a native tracker, Constable Foulkes went in pursuit; and up to a late hour last night had not returned t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902
A Boos to Mothees.—If you wish your children to hare beautiful hair and clean, wholesome heads you must use Barry's Nur sery Hair Lotion, which cleanses the head and destroys all parasites. Bottles is 3d. Camp bell-Co'clirane and Co., chemists, Albany. Local agents, C. A. Harris, storekeeper, Ka tanning.* ' A.CURE FOR SUMMER COMPLAINT. Summer complaint is unusually prevalent among children this season. A well deve.oped case in the writer's family was cured last week by (he timely use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy—one of the best patent medicines manufactured, and which >s always kept on hand at the home of ye scribe. -This is not intended as a free puff for the company, who do not advertise with us, but to benefit little sufferers who may not be within easy access of a physician. No family should be without a bottle of this .medicine ini the house, especially in summer time.—Lansing, Iowa, U.S. A , Journal. For sale by F and C Piesse, Katanning and The Turf...
PART IV. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902
]' A-ltX IV. Robert was scarcely surpr.sed at Hie j unwelcome appe.irai.ee of hi* hn:f- j bro her lie h oi ali along suspecled , lhat he had overheard his con vers.it ion j with his sister relative to >1,,- semvh , for Jim Turner, and natural y w- u.d j have kept a watch on his lnin-oinonts. j He therefore accepted the silualim without much comment; but as so.u j as he couhl got away without exerting j si si) cion, mare his way to lite tc.e- , jjjraj !. &lt; Hie-. Here 1 e wm d to Owe!. , al j in.h.lMr, giving hin. tie clue «•* , the r.ckv bar and all oilier liel-'tls fn i, .h«d by Turner, lie askeo him t„ f,l rW the search up :.t nice, and it sn .-,ss'.ill to keep the papers unld his j ririva!, and restore the spot wli'ie ,liev were found to its original s;ale, as though it had been undisturbed. 'Jhis dune, he felt more at ease. He knew that Alf would soon get air he wanted to know from poor, j pimple Jim; and lie was not at a.l ; su-e that he did mt intend lo play; him ...
Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902
Wagia. C. Just,/Coach builder and General Black ejnith • J, C. II Kknke, Saddler C. L. Gkx.t,, General Storekeeper A. Moi?AK, Hide and General Buyer J. Facet, Bootmaker F. M.iBrTTPiEi.D, General Storekeeper F. A; C. I* i l'SSE. General Storekeepers " A. Loig, Butcher and Baker J. Si'Batt,- Wagin Hotel H. Spragg, Federal Hotel
LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902
XiOCAIi COURTS. DrBJnck, I?.If., attends the undermentioned places on the days specified, for .tlie purpose of conducting Local Courts :— 3£at aiming, third Wednesdoy each month Karrogin, second Friday each month Wagin, third ridav each month Fojonup, last Friday each month Mr. T. H. Stansbury, Clerk of Courts at Suttanning, visits Kojpnup every third Wed nesday
Rates of Postages [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902
Rates of Postages Letters.—If delivered at any Post-Office for delivery within the postal delivery limit of such office, for every ioz , or fraction (up to 5Ibs, Id. Beyond such limits, for every ioi!. or or fraction of Joz., up t&lt;> 31bs. (dimen sions not to exceed the maximum allowed for i packets). 2d j Post Carps.—If posted at-any post-office for delivery within the postal d livery of such office. .Id.; be*ond such limits Id Packets.—For every 2ozs or fraction of 2ozs, up to 4lbs Id "Skwspapkks.—Printed aud posted in the Colony for delivery beyond the boundaries of the Cry or Town at which they may be pub lished, and poded within one neck from date of publication hot exceeding lOozs, free. For ever- .additional. lOozs or fraction of lOozs (each) id. For each newspaper posted 7 day.* after publication, not exceeding lOozs, Id. Air every additional lOozs or fraction of lOozs, Id. Newspapers must be posted one hour before the closing of the mail by which they are inten...
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 'I lie following business people hare ad vertisements appearing in tliis issue :— Katanning. F. & C Piesse, General .Merchants •T. Cass, Draper. ft A Harbis, General Storekeeper P A Beeck, Saddler War. Baker, Butcher M I nnAn, Coffee Palace A. \\. Richter, General Bliiclcemitli and f'oai'bhnilder G. McI.eod, Kat aiming lfotcl Miss M. J.Brown, Royal Exchange Hotel A. E. "■ ewah & Co., Hairdressers, Sta tioners, etc O E \Ya>*ki:. Machinery Agent J Gon.D, Fruiterer, etc
BUNKIN V. GLENCOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902
Bukkin v. Q-lencovb. "he Gleneove-cricketers journejed to Bun analling on Saturday last and met the Dum bling Lake boys, who proved too many for them. The principal scorers for the former were—D Cronin, who was run out at 24, W Cronin 9, F Cronin 9, and T Kelly 8, the innings producing 60. The Dumblings then went to the wickets and knocked up 130, M Cronin carrying his bat out for 74. Being 90 runs to the bad the G-.C.C. went in again, and only succeeded in making 55, of whieh number H Cronin made 35 not out, including two five hits. The innings over, the players and visitors, to the number of about 50, then journeyed to the residence of Mr J Cronin, where they were right-royally entertained. Appended are the scores :— Glencove, first innings.—E Cronin, c C J Cronin, b &lt;3- Cronin, 3; T Cornelius, b G Cronin, 0; D Cronin, run out, 24; W Kelly, b F Cronin, 0; W Cronin, b G Cronin, 9; H Cronin, b J Cronin, O; F Cronin, c and b &lt;3- Cronin, 9; M Kelly, b G Cronin, 0...
Money Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902
Money Orders. txr.AXi).—Not- exceeding £5, 6d.; above £5, and not eireeding £10, Is.; above £10. and not exceeding £15, Is. 6d.; above £15, and not exceeding £20, 2s Interstate.—Above £1 and not exceeding £2, 9d.: above £2 and not exceeding £5, Is. Oil.; above £5 and not exceeding £7, 2s. 3d.; above £7 and not exceeding £10, 3s.; above .£10 and not exeeeJing £12, 3s. 9d ; above £12 anil " not" exceeding £15, Is. Oil.; above £.15 end not exceeding £17, 5s. 3d.; abova .£17 ami not exceeding £20, (?»
WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902
WiSE AND OTHERWISE. A correspondent sends along the following items, which will doubtless prove of interest: —" Mr lost a valuable brood mare that dropped dead near his pigstye, and Mr -'8 ' old Methusalah' did ditto near ' our fence,' and our population has increased by two during the past week, of which I have no doubt due notice will be given." The owners' names are omitted, as they are both subscribers to the paper, and it would not be diplomatic to publish tlie names of any person who would be so unfeeling as to leave a horse shuffle f.ff near a pigstye, or allow " old Me thusalah " lay down his weary bones against an unsympathetic fence. Probably due notice of t he iucrease of population has al ready been given, that is, if tbey are gifted with the lung power usually accompanying similar arrivals. A gentleman went into a barber's shop in a town in tlse West of Ireland recently in order to get shaved. After getting up a profuse lather the worthy barber, who appeared to be a lit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902
General James Grant Wilson contributes to the December Cornhill a paper concerning: Thackeray's visit to the United States in 1852-53 Wishing to see a Bowery Boy when at New York, Thackeray made his way to that thoroughfare, and discovered one of the species seated on a hydrant. Approach ing him he politely said, " Please sir, I want to go to Brooklyn." " Well," answered the Bowery Boy, "why the don't you go?" A GOOD BEPUTATIOS". "The way to gain a good reputation is to endeavour to be what you desire to appear." That is precisely the manner in which Cham berlain's Congh Bemedy has gained its repu tation as a cure for coughs, colds, croup, and whooping congh. Every bottle that has ever been put out by the manufacturers has heen fully up to tbe: high standard of excellence claimed for it. People have found that it can always be depended upon for the relief and cure of these ailments, and that it is plea sant and safe to take. For- sale by E and C Piesse, Katanning and Wagin,
THE BOER WAR. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902
THE BOER WAR. STATEMENT BY MR. PHILP. Bbisba^e, Eriday. With reference to the cablegram to j the effect that friction had occurred j between the Imperial War Office and j vthe Premier of New South Wales j with regard to the latter having in- i sisted upon charging 3 per cent, corn- i mission upon all accounts paid by the New South Wales Government on be half of the Imperial Government in connection with the contingents, Mr Philp states that the Queensland Government had done the same. At first no commission had been charged, but they were advised that the New South Wales authorities were insist- ! ing upon the commission, and they were recommended to follow the same course. Other Australian Govern ments, it was understood, had done likewise. The total" amount paid by the Queensland Government on ac count of the Imperial Government in connection with the contingent's to South Africa was, up to December, £207,618, the commission amounting to £6,228.
ENGLAND AND GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 February 1902
ENGLAND AND GERMANY. The deep displeasure exhibited in England at Count Bulowls language in the Beichateg excites no surprise. It is not too much to say that his cool^aimost insolent—references to Mr Chamberlain personally have scarcely a parallel in. international relations, and they obviously encouraged the tirade of foul mouthed abuse poured out by a private mem ber in tbe same Chamber a few days later. The German Chancellor then figured as genteely deprecating " the tendency to vilify foreign Ministers." For the Kaiser's respon sible Ministers to allow pure Billingsgate to pass unreproved would have been to invite a prompt and stern request for explanations from the British Court. But Count Bulow had himself distinctly violated the usual amenities of official life by mentioning with indirect censure the name of a Minister "uf nominally friendly power. If the Chancellor mentioned Mr Chamberlain at all, it should have been witb tbe most courteous reticence. But he ventured a virtu...
KATANNING V. MARRACOOEDA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902
KATAUNISa T. MABBACOOXDA. ! After a lapse of about two mouths Asso ciation cricket saw a revival on Saturday last, when Eatanning cricketers journeyed to IMarraeoonda, and met the representatives of that club. The inactivity in cricket circles for such a long period was most: noticeable by the small scoring and the evident lack of confidence oh both sides. The .wicket is of such a nature as to prevent rery brilliant cricket, for, what with '"shooters" and an occasional laceration of the epidermis, there was considerably ..more of that glorious un certainty which usually characterises this particular game. The visitors won the toss, and gave their opponents first use of the wicket, S Meharry and L Quatermaine being the first two bats men, the latter taking strike from Tonkin, A single having been scored, S Meharry failed to negotiate the fourth ball of the over, which scattered his stumpB. T Meharry filled the vacancy, but only to witness the ■ fall of Quarterinaine, who was caught o...