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SPORTING. Cricket. KATANNING V. MOOJEBING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

Cricket. Kataxvxse v. MoojEBrN&. The following will represent Katanning against Moojebing to-day. on the ground of the latterTemby, Langley, O Kealley, Pater, J McLeod, Tonkin, Hughes, King, Foiland,' Starr, Liudena. Emergencies : Hoglin

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

. England beat New South Wales by anronings inthe match which termi nated; on Wednesday, the former; making . 76$ in .' their, innings. Mc Laren scored 167, 'Hiayward 174, jyldesley 142, Jessop 87 j and Qoaife 62. . >■; .y.... • Bba^Os Bjxii the Assembly on- Monday-kit was decided that the Brands Act shall come - into operation in June., ^The extent Of the ear-marts on -sheep was altered from three-' quarters Of an inch to au inch and a quarter. . > . Ca» too Arroan to -hb^ without it.— :' of Albany, was suffering from »sewrci^gh;-!0Ffc"aB ajegacyaffceran attack • .Bc'Was'mduped to tiy C.ura fnfl first doaavffjye Mm instant lipeJi^.^^ropribJxhsytlftini^Il^GloiSiian^'and? chemists," Albany and Baveristhorpe. T/ocal agent, <J. A.- flams, storekeeper, ga-/| 'fanning. * ■ :f" , - "' . ' j IsABooh to Mothers.—If you wish your. cluji^U : to haTe beautafulhair and clean, " romeheads you must use Barry's Ifur-; „ wrl^tapurwhieh eleacaeatfaehead-and - Ae*ifTOy» «ltnsrssitflg...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

UNO SALE. Oh Tuesday last a Oovernment land sale y.yna held it Kafcaiming, when the following lots were sold j -sxTixmxa. Town Xipte^—JO;"Taylor,lr24p,£12 ;-F T j J and B OrGBby,- lr32pc afid lr, £10 each ;! ■ ■ TB Dennis, 3r lip, 3r.20p. and 3r 20p, £10 - each; Wm Hayward,- lr l!Tp/ £11 10s : J H ! Soilings, 1x30 p, £15. • Suburban, for cultivation .—J H Soilings, Ia3r4d,£l2. . BKOOME HItL. Suburban, for ciillivatiou.—J^Bettridge, 12a 8r 39p, £14; Mrs HJ Ouneoj 12a 3r 37p anc 12a3r 3dp, £13. The total amount realised at the sale was £14010s.

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KATANNING HEALTH BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

A meeting of Llie Katanning Health Board was held on Wednesday evening. Present Messrs C. A. Harris (chairman), H. S. Ran ford, C, A. Cass, and M\ Lehad. The Supervisor's report, having been read and adopted, the Board expressed satisfaction at the manner in which the Inspector had carried out bis work. Mr l.angley intimated that he was willing to carrv out the duties of Secretary should the Board agree. On the moiion of Mr Cass, ( seconded by Mr Lebad, Mr l.ongley was re- j appointed Secretary. j I Accounts amounting to L9 12s 5d were ' i passed for paj'ttient. i Mr Ban ford called attention to the dange ; rous condition of lots 358 to 360, through a . quantity of sand being removed. Mr Cass : moved, and Mr Lebad seconded, that the at tention of the Undea-Secretary for Lands be ! called t o the matter, and the Board would ■ suggest that it, be temporarily reserved and • placed under the control of the Health Board, j with a view to "having the hole filled up. The j motion was carri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

I. J. ROBtHB, KATAKNINKi, " iHnTir? teien over the business Intel? earned r": ■, . «n fay Mr C. A.-Has'ris, is prepared 1o : . : . CUppll fill kictls of IRONMONGERY, ^ 1 DRAPERY, ^lBOOTS, 4 , GROCERY, V ~ * A*r3> - . " -. GENERAL »SToRE'S, I;- "^A^JLowebt PfiicEs Foa Cash. "" V ^ * - •' A Trial Solicited. Trade 3T0tices F. & C. PIESSB (Established 1880), GENERAL IMPORTERS, DRAPERS, GROCERS IRONMONGERS, MILLERS, AND CHAFF MERCHANTS, ATJSTtt A L-T EliRACE, KA1ANNING. FRE-H DTK EOT SHIPMENTS OF S ASONABLE GOODS Arriving Daily. Call and inspect the different Depart men's, Stocked with the newest- and up-to-date Goods, just- opened, and now on view in our Spyfious Showrooms. A Large Stock of GROCERIES just in for Christinas. New Raisins and Currants. Dried and Fresh 9 Preserved Fruits. Au at Lowest Possible Prices. NEW STOCK OF FORNI DEE, iui it,ding .Marble.Top Woshetends. Chests of Drawers, t Duchess Chests; Bedsteads and Be Iding, Chairs of all kinds, Gocarts, Ferambulators...

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. TO THE EDI TOE. Sir,—1 see by an advertisement in jour valnable paper that a general meeting ofthe ^Mechanics' Institute is to be held shortly, I '. only hope tliat all members will attend, as it . is essential that something should be done to enliven the reading room with a few more -.-papers and magazines. There was a start made with the magazines, hnt alas it has floated into oblivion. It has. been asserted that books to the value of ilG are to be pur chased for the library,.which will mean L23 have been spent on bodks for the library since the amalgamation, while the reading room is to continue in its morbid state with a' few in - tercolonials, the daily paper, and photogra phic catalogues. Surely IBs the committee can manage to pinch such" on amount for the ' : library mightit not also be possible to do the same, say Jjt'at tlieleaet, for the readingvoom ' aB well, jnst-toplace a few magazinesj illus trated papers, mid something comic upon its tables for t...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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A FARMERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

A FARMERS' UNION. A few days ago, in commenting upon the - proposal of ,Mr; Jacoby, MX. A., that a State experimental orchard foe est tfolisLed, a Perth paper wrote :-— "As the people about Katanning use condensed milk and Eastern flour and imported bacon, the next proposal may be experimental dairy and pig farms. The farmers and fruitgrowers of this State have been molly-coddled long enough. I t is evident that they are shiftless and unworthy of assis tance. Instead of further taxation in their interests, all products nepes sary to domestic life should be ad mitted free of duty." It is necessary only to "quote this to justify our con tention that the farmers of the State are not regarded either in the me tropolis or on the goldfields as entitled to any consideration. The fact that, without the local producer, the con sumer .would be very- much more heavily imposted than he already is, appears to be entirely overlooked by very many of the critics of the oldest industry on earth, and...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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SUNDAY TRADING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

SUNDAY TRADING. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—The cumber of drunks staggering about the streets of Katanning on Sundays, both day and night,.makes it apparent the licensing law is being hhamefully. broken, and it is time the anthorities took some steps to find out who irresponsible. All occasional walk down the street on Sundays would probably satisfy the local police that drink is being as fgpely and openly sold on Sundays as on week SABBATARIAN.

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NARROGIN ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

NABBO GIN JROADS BOARD. Br a copy of the minutes of a dis cussion which took place at the last meeting of the ISFarrogin- Boads Board, and which the Secretary was authorised to send to us, presumably for publication, it will be seen that; the members, or a majority of those present on Saturday last, exhibited a decided aversion to the actions as a Board being reported en- by a Press representative. That the principle of excluding the Press from the meetings of a public body entrusted with.the expenditure of public money, and the members of which are elected by the publie, is a unique one; will probably , be admitted by. the gentlemen, who. have in this instance adopted it, op their gaining a widep knowledge of their responsible positions and the duty owe those who elected them. The taxpayers have a right to know what their representative* are doing, and as rthev.cannot attend the meetings them sei ves -they naturally expect to see details of the meetings reported as fully' as possib...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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THE GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

THE GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY. •TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—Tour timely article on the evident mismanagement of the Great Southern Rail way expresses the views of, doubtless, many of the victims. To be cooped up in a railway carriage within a hundred yards of a station whilst shunting operations are being per . formed has been my unfortunate experience more than once. ■ he practice appears to he common to all the Great .Southern sta tions, and will probably continue until the mucli-tried public make the grievance beard at head quarters. That Wagin dinner would make a Sine sketch for a humorous artist—at least, the race for it would. I would suggest, air, that the railway grievances are worthy of apublie meeting. The Eatanning station is a nuisance to everybody, and not tbe l$ast, I should Judge, to the local officials. Is'it not time a new one were erected, and facilities given for working it without endangering the lires of pedestrians. -Yours, etc,, MICA.WBEB.

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PRIVILEGE OF THE PERSS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

PRIVILEGE OF THE TRESS. At the conclesioa of the reading of tin minutes at the meeting of the •Narrogin Bo&ds Board on Saturday last Mr ine^am naked the Ohairman * if he would explain what waa the busmessof Mr Edwards 111 the rooin. The Chairman replied that Mr Ed~ wards was present as Press represen tative for the' Geeat Sottthebjt•? Hebaxd.^ - ' ! • •' Mr Ingram said that as a matter of , courtesy he should have asked thej/* sanction of ths Board; but farther, hep* considered that Mr Edwards was tool local, and that there were frequently# discussions on tenders and contracfcsS that should not he made public.,, Her thought that draw while.the matter was being dis cussed. ' '■#' v Mr Edwatds retired. ' '' ■' r -' < allowed reporters to be present/ and' he considered 'that -it 'Was advisable ■' contractors^ and it was nb that hejshould he .present.5 _ OTmanconci _ the fact tliat Mr Edwards was ^«onr tractor for Boads Board works, and " sseing he was such, the propr...

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CORRESPONDENCE. RED RUST IN WHEAT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

CORRESPONDENCE. BBD.RUST IN WHEAT. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—In jour last issue, under the above bending, some of the conclusions arrived at by Mr B. R. Beeck call for contradiction, as they are misleading to anyone who has not had experience of rust. ' ust is not ca used by an insect; but is a fungoid growth belonging to the group Uradihese. Its mode of life is as follows :—rn the early spriug, when the at mosphere is sufficiently moist, and the tem perature about 75 deg., the resting spores be gin to germinate, and if we go through a wheat crop we will notice orange colored clusters on the plants. If these clusters are examined through a microscope it will be found that they consist of a mass of minute spores. As these increase in size and number they rupture the epidermis, and, being very light, they float about on the wind, and set tie on other parts of the same plant, or pass to other healthy plants. Wit en one of these spores settle on a plant, and the conditions are favor able, it ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

THE BEST LINIMENT ^OB STRAINS. v Mr F H ~WeHa,£he merchant &t Depp*' . jfl: ftom a «tiajnj-ai^%aa^gfej^y^^i^ed! ' tie qtiickTelier and cure'it effected.*^ sale by E and C PiesBe, -Kataiiniiig Wa#n.

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Williams. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

Williams. For Harradong and D.ivlerking, Thurs days at 7.S0 a m.

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POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

POSTAL NOTICES, " Following are the times at which mails a'-c despatched from' the Post-Olliees men tdooed;— Ea'catmlng. Perth (dailv), isuudav ex-epieJ 1215 p.m. For Wagiti, Nar:-ogin, Cubballing, Pingelly sinfl Beverley (noon) For Albany daily, .Sunday excepted <'3 ■' p.m.), Brown Hill. Cranbrook, Ml. Barker, 3 * P-"> 'For JIarracoonda, (weekly), ri liursday's, 7 a.in For Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.m C . For Gidgelbarrup (weekly), Friday's, 7 . a.m Kojonnp (weekly, Friday's, l'SO p.m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

Trade Mctices. WAG 1 N WAGON, CARRIAGE, & IMPLEMENT FACTORY. O. CTTTST, PKOPEIBTOB. BLACKSMITH, WHBKL WEIGHT, a*j> MACHINIST. CarriafM, I) raja, Wagosi, and all kinds «f Yehicle* Mad* or Repaired. STOP I 6ET YOUR HAIR CUT I DEWAIl & CO., HAIRDRESSERS, TOBACCONISTS, NEWSAGENTS, * AMD STATIONERS, WaxzVa B^iidehm, Gltve Street, Katanning, Bat Burns T®baoco«, Pihu, Ciubb, AMB CieXBHTTSg. Looal Agents for Metropolitan, Interstate, and Engliih Newspaper* and Magazine*. FANCY MOODS a*j> 8TATION1BY. ALEX. DOIG, BUTCHER A BAKER, WAG I N. All Ordom Promptly Attoaded to.1 KATANNING HOTEL O HoLBOD, Jtutt., Proprietor. Bast Braadi of Wins* sad Spirits. Firefe elaasAccommodation for Boardere. KATANNING COFFEE EALACE M. IEBAD, Proprietor. REFRESHMENTS AT ALL HOURS. TAB IFF— OWING- to the1 high tariff that has been . forced upon the people by the Federal Government !! has been found necessary to increase the price of hoard, as under— - Board and Lodgings (permanent}, 23e fid p...

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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

Wsurin. For Arrliur Rir«r, (Wennes tflT a), at noon For Eastwood (Cronin's) 8 u.uv. Monday's Tor Westward (Norin "Lake}, 8 o/m" fhttrsday's For Perth, and in-ermediate places, Mou .. dav's. Tuesday's, Thurs.'iiv's. Friday's; Satur day's, 2 p .m.; Wednesday's. (5 p.m > ... jr^^Llbanv, Kafainning, Bro »me ITill, Ml Barker, Monday, Wednesday. Tliiuvdav, . Friday and Saturday's, at 1'20 p.m.; l ues day's, 6 p.m

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

Broome Hill ■ For Fojonup, Wednesday 12 S0 p.m For Salt Hirer, every other Friday, 9 a.in For Perth and intermediate place?, daily, 11/30 a.m., excepting Wednesday's (6 p.m.) jtlbany and intermediate places daily, 4 p.m., excepting Tuesday's (6 p.m.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

• 0*b TbiaT'Wim. you.want, to xex your best friend^ tread on his corns. Ifyonwant to please-him,.mlrise; him ;touBe ".Curacorn," the positive corn cure; never known to fail. . Bottles Is.. ..Proprietors, Campbeli-Cochrane and Co., chemists, Albany. Local agent, C. A. Harris, Eatanning.* Gk>on fob thk IirrTtB Ones.-—"Mrs. H. Cowden,.of Albany,Says : have been using! your Curacough; for the. children, as they are subject to coughs, and catch cold very easily, as indeed nU children d^o'-dn : Albany. I have found Curacough the best, preparation for such ailments, effecting a cure in every case. It is not alone good for childish, as I have used it for a chronic cough—with splendid results—from which! have suffered for years. Proprietors, Campbeli-Cochrane ~ and Co., chemists, Albany.. Loaal ageht, C. A. Harris; Katanning.—Advt. m THE SAME OLB STORY. ■ J. A. Kelly relates Sn e^Berience similar to that. which has happened'"; in al.uost every neighborhood in-the' United States and has be...

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LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

XOCAZ. COURTS. DrBlaelj, aiteifd vt]'»t undermentioned 7 places ont'.ie days specified, for tlie purpose of. • " conducting Locid Cointe :■— . " jKataimingj i bird Wednesday earli monl h ^ar-ogin. second Friiiav raclv mouth "W'agin, third Tiday car-ji mcrith ^Kpjonup. ladt ..•• •, V-ifr. T. H. f t^gbirrr, OJsrkof Courts at . ^jKammuig, Tisits Ebjonu]} every tl<fcd Wed

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