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WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

! A private letter received by a resident of | Katanning states that the novel strike at Mulline is . sfiil proceeding, the men I holding out manfully to their determination i not to drink any more beer uniil the publicans lower the 'price. The letter state? that the I publicans in the town hare not sold a drink for over a month, excepting to 'travellers. The publicans have spent pounds iwpurchas salt fish and corned beef to increase the thirst of the strikers, but although some of their throats are as dry as a camel's hoof after n jonrney over a rrateriess desert, thev cannot he tempted to drink. A brewer's traveller, feeling the pinch as a consequence of the strike, thought to end the trouble by throwing a few saturated beer corks into a camp where a number of the strike leaders were sleeping, the smell of which immediately aroused them from their slumbers. They divided the corks amongst them, and, like a babe with a bottle, turned over and went to sleep ; but the strike is still ...

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

"Wagin. G. -Jcst, Coaehbuilder and General Black iH'i H Keneb, Saddler C.3j. Gkir., General Storekeeper At.iPJ-S, Bide and General Bu ver - ^FAisiT, Bnotmtiker i»' Bothbld, General Storekeeper ;'F,'A f7.Pl esse. General Storekeepers . : £.Bo}0,Bufelier and Baker v 3. fiPBAa^AVagin Hole! >i : H-SiPtAon, Federal ffotel^ ^ ■/

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

NEW TALE NEXOTEK, NEXT WEEK ■ : . •••••' '' >.. ., ■ - - ' - , {-■ The Turf. KaTANNING turf club. ANNUAL MEETING. WednesdaV; February 26, 1902. O F MCE US. Patron, Hon F H Piesse, M.L.A.; Prtasidt-nt, Dr. Black, U.M. ; Vice-Presidents. Hon C A Piesse, JM.L.C., Hon S J Haynes, M.L.C., A E Piesse, Esq.. J P., and G- R Turner, Esq. ; Committee, C M Ueuny, A H McKenzie, W E Crouin, T Cornelius, R W A Warren, W H Trott, and li M Fonoeca - Handicap per, J -Scott Rogers ; Bon. Secretary and Treasurer, H J Starr. PROGRAMME. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE of 7 soys, second norse 2 sovs from the Btake ; three starters or no second money; nomination, 7s acceptance, os ; 1^ mile. .NURSERY" STARES of 6 sovs, second horse 1 sov from the stake; for two-year-olds; welter weights; nomination, 5s ;accept ance, 2s tJ.i ; 6 furlongs. K ATAN KING CUP. of 25 sovs, second home to re ceive 4 sovs from tlie stake; nomination, I5s»; acceptance, 10b ; li mile. GALLOWAY STAKES of 6 sovs, second horse to receive 1 sov...

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STORYTELLER. A MESSAGE FROM THE DESERT. PART IV. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

A MESSAGE FROM THE • ^Swi « I a ? Part IV. After Sam was buried 1 his fit 1 seemed to wear off; :i <! next morning j we started home. AVe scarcely s«joko during the n xt i'-vv days. Once he asl«d me what, story I was going t • 5 ■tell when uc got in, and I said, " the j true one." j A week after Sam's death we got to j the HerbertRiver, an ! eitiupid near a | waterholo. * Suddenly the place seemed | alp-e witfi biacfcs, and a shower or j spears and nullas fell ar dind us. The j black boy was speared clean vhr..og'n j the body, but. I only got a crack with j a nulla. 1 used my revolver, and i made a rush for a carbine that wn« . lying where I had been sleeping; i t before 1 got ib< re I was knock down, and the niggers rushed in and got hold of me Another evirc'-f. and mv brains would ave been knocked <ut, but jic-t. the-n Alf came : to my relief, and saved ,-ve. 1 The black boy was dead. j ' That uight, when we were t»Ikingi* | over, Alf said, ** I th...

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

Money C'lr&ars. : Inland.—rNot, exceeding £5. 6d.: above £5,vaud not exeeoding £10, Is.; above £10, J and not exceeding £15, Is. 6d.? above £15, - and not exceeding £20, 2s ' ■ _ v J stebstatb.—Above £1 3iid not exceeding Jti. 9d.; above £2 and not exceeding £3, Is. 6d above £5 and not exceeding £7, 2s. 3d.; above £7 and not exceeding £10. 3s.; above £10 and not exceeding £12, 3s. 9d ; above £12 .and not ex--ecdiog £15', 4a. 6d:; above £15 and not exceeding £17, 5s. 3d.; above £17 and not exceeding £20, 6?

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Rates of Postages [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

Rates of Postages • Lbttbrs.—If delivered at any Post-Office for"delivery within tue postal delivery limit of such office, for every $oz , ov fraction (up to 51bi, I t. Beyond snob liniit-Vfor every . Joz. pr or fraction of {oz , up to 3lbs, (dimer :■■/ eions not to exceed t he maximum allowed for pAf*kefc°). 2d Post v Atios.—Tf posted at. any post-office for delirerv within the postal d- livery of such office, fc'.h: hevond such limits Id ' I'.iORETs.—For.ere\y 2oss or fraction of V 2o is. up to 4-lhs Id. Nk,w3tatsk«. —Printed and posted in (lie . Colon v for delivery bey mid the boundaries of : thiOi*y or Town at which They may be pub 51 lieh-il. atul nosted mi;, bin one week iro n date of publication not. exceeding lOozs, free. For evnr addirxmal IO.jzs or frno:i>u.\jf lOozs U (eat-Ill VI- For oacb newspaper posled 7 " dare after pobli cifcidn, riot exceeding lOczs, Id. - For erer^ :vldiiiomil lOoz.s or fraction of lOozs, Id. Newspapers must be posted " one hour before the clo...

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

Broome Hill; . C.i UABcr, Coaciiouuder "and General ?3Jiacksinith \ jW.-M. Garbitt, Imperial Hotei . j

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

~ The following ' business people have ad vertisements appearing in this issue:—' ' JCatazmiag, j T. & C Piebsb, General Merchants J. Gabs, Draper. C A Habeis, General Storekeeper V A Bhece, Saddler "Wm. Bakkk, Butcher ; •M liEBAD, Coffee Palace A.W. Bichteb, General Blacksmith and ?oirtibipldcr G. MqLbot), Eatanning Hotel * Miss M". «T. Bbowx, Boyal Exchange Hotel A. . E. *-Awas & Co., Haii'dresserB, Sta iioners, etc C F Waxee/Machinery Agent J .QorMi, Fruiterer, etc T

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

A GOOD REPUTATION. " The way to gain a good reputation is to endeavour to be what yon-desire to appear.". That is precisely the manner in which Gham beidain's Congh Remedy has gained its repu tation as a cure for coughs, colds, croup, and whooping cough. • Every bottle that has ever, been put out'by. the manufacturers has been fully up to the high standard of' excellence claimed for it. People have fouhd that" it can always be 'depended--upon for the relief and cure of these ailments, and thatit isplea sant and safe to take, : For sale by F and C . Pjessej Katauningand ^Yagin. • Katanntng Races—In connec tion with the forthcoming Katanning races the secretary informs us that the-events are open to horses owned between Beverley and Albany (these places inclusive), and the Williams a,nd Plantagenet districts. Mining.—The Wheel of Fortune] North, at Lennonville. has crushed 160 tons for l,350ozs>., or an average of 8|ezs to the ton. The total gold production of Western Australia for...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

LOCAL MB SEMES AL NEWS. To CORRESPONDENTS.—" A Spec ator," we eannot publish reports, or correspondence of any kind, unless the name and address of the sender is attached to the manuscript. "A Local Settler)" Narrogin, your letter is also omitted for the same reason. Marriage.—A marriage will be celebrated at Eticup Church on Wed nesday next, the contracting parties being Mr P. H, Boundy and Miss! W hitton. The Bey. Jas. A. Howes VU1 tie the nuptial knot. Mk. Gk A. Piesse.-—The many friends of Mr Gk A: Piesse, whose serious illness«was reported in a recent issue, will be pleased to learn .that he is now out of danger, and shows signs of daily improvement. Woodanilling Dam.—In accor dance with-a resolution passed at the last meeting of the Katanning Roads Board, the Chairman (Mr A. E. Piesse) and Supervisor. (Mr'Pemble) visited iWoodahiilihg ;for the purpose of inspecting the dain there, yrhieh has been empty for some time. It was decided to at once have the dam cleaned out, and drai...

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

PEBTH BEPOBT. Messrs. F. »"d 0. Piesse, produce m ercb ants, Perth, report for .the week ending February 5th:—Good supplies of chaff - bavecomefor ward during.the past week, and prices are about the-saine as last reported.: Fruit con tinues to come forward in large quantities, our sales for the' past week being between 300. and 400 cases daily. Following are the prices obtained 2— Ohaff.—Prime samples, £3 17s 6d to £4 2s fid; good feed, £3 to £3 15s. Wheat.—Truck lots, 4s Id to 4s 2d; Buqaller lots, 4s 3d to 4s 6d. Oats,—Algerians, 3s 4d to 3e 6d; New Zeaiands, 4s 2d to 4s 3d; Tasmanians, 4s Id to 4s2d; crashed, 3d extra. Maize.—4s lOd to 5s; crushed, 5s to 5s 3d., . . Linseed.—27» fid. Pollard.—£75b ;• veryfirm. Bran.--£7 to £7 2s 6d, also J£rm. Flour.—"Premier," sacks £9 15s; quar ters, £10. ... ' Potatoes.—^-Supplies hare been arriving freely this week, and prime samples are real ising £7 5s to £7 10s; Victorians • are being offered at from £7. Fruit.~Apples,- dessert, 7s fid to ...

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

Harrogitt. For Clarke's (eastward) Wednesday 10.80 e.ni. For.Williams Wednesdays and Saturdays, 1 p.m. S r \ lb any and intermediate slat-ions, daily at 11.80 lor Perth and intermediate stations, daily at S SO p.m

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HERALD, Office, February 31. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. Herai/d Office, February 31. I As has heeh anticipated for'eorne time past. theprice' for best quality wheat is still oa the increase, having reached 3s 8d. The, supply is brisk. At JTataoning the prices are :— Wheat, prime quality, 3s 8d per bushel 5 . chaff, £3 5s to £3 fe 6d, for prime green" Vrellj eat; vrheaten ; ibferior is /unsaleable; eggs, lOd perdoz ;* butter .Is 2d • old hour, £9 per ton ; hrian, £6 per ton;• pollard, £6 5s per ton; Algerian oats, 2s 8d.

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FATAL MINING ACCIDENT. BROKEN HILL, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 February 1902

BfiOKSw Hill, Friday. Frank Harrington, »a miner, was killed at the 3?roprietaiy^mme,ye6ter» day; i The deceased, with two mates, , was working at the 400ft level of -Block 13 *fFhcy were "preparing to fire, a shot, when the chute became choked, and the two mates-went into it,riand began cleaning At' out, leaving the deceased sitting down at the side of the stope. A tock fell, striking him on the back. Qis spine was frac- - iur&J, and hif* pelvis shattered ter ribly, Harrington was a "justice of' the peace, and leaves a widow and eight children.

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

PROPOSES R0*B8 BOARS. On Saturday evening a largely attended meeting of,settlers was held at Woodanilling to dismiss the proposal to form a new Ronds Board in the district. Mr A. Kie'rle was voted to the eliair. The chairman bavin;* PT.pt'hv\r>d the object of the meeting, invited any of those present to express 'heir views on the subject. Mr 1-rooserSj.d here was no doubt that the Woocianillinp district did not get its fair share of attention under existing condi tions. This was'not due to any fault of the Katunrirg Roads Board, from whom they were seeking separation, but there was s-nne thing else wrong, and they should get that wrong righted. The sum granted by the Government was insufficient to maintain the the roads under its control. He thought tf the proposed elimination were made, and a new Roads Board formed, sufficient would then he available for the maintenance of the roads within the Woodanilling district.. There were mauv roads boards with far smaller areas than Kn ta...

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

| Is the country, one often requires little 1 ; Articles from the chemist, but when there is'4 no chemist near what are ire to do ? Just j | send your order, no matter ho w small, direct; I to ; CampheU-Cochrane and 60., chemists, Albany, who will attend to itatonce; *

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

A CUBE FOE SUMMER COMPLAINT. Summer complaint is unusually prevalent among chUdrenthis season. A well developed i case in the writer's family was cured last j •week by the timely use of Chamberlain's j Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy-7-one of j the best patent medicines manufactured, and which is always kept on hand at the home of , ye scribe. This is not intended as afree puff for the company, who do not advertise with us, hut to benefit little sufferers who may not be; within easy access of a physician. No family should be without a bottle of thiB ■ medicine in the bouse, especially ia summer- j time.—Lansing. Iowa, U.S. A , Jtmrvol. For saleby F and C Piesge, Katanning and) Wagin.

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

MQURAMB1NE RGAP8BOARD The usual monthly meeting of the Mouram bine Roads Board was held at Pingelly on Saturday hist.- Present: Mr W. Robinson (chairman), G. M.Sewell, J. N> Taylor, J. Stone, J. B. Taylor, H. T. Walton, H.J. Brown, and the Secretary. CORRESPONDENCE. Prom the Under Secretary for Lands, re the closing of the road along the aontfaern boundary of blocks 146,147, and 148- On the motion of Mr SewelL, seconded by Mr J. N.'Taylor, the secretary-was instructed/to write tot-he Department for fuller informa tion. From the Public Works Department, re insurance of secretary. On the motion of-Mr J. S". Taylor, seconded by Mr-Se well, it was decided to decline to insure the secretary, as it was considered that a slur would be cast upon the Board and the secretary. From same, ,stating that the Minister could not make a special grant of £100 for Popany ing road... Mr Brown'moved, and -Mr Walton • seconded, that the road be thrown aside alto gether. Mr J. N. Taylor moved an amend ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. NARROGIN ROADS BOARD. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 February 1902

CORRESPONDENCE. 1SARROG1N ROARS BOARD. TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — Had y-.-u rend carefully 'he minnies gent you by the Board's secretary you would ha-f lver ret* 'bp wiiiug of the sub-le.ulex* in last- Saturday's issue. Permit uie to suite that this Board was not. and is not ignorsnt of its tiu.y to those who elected it, neither does it in anv war desire secrecy or resent publieily as regards its doings. Your repre sentative was r.ot excluded, because be repre sented the Press, but because be is tin occa sional tenderer for contracts, and therefore practically the Board's servant, and also be cause his tongue wags a bit too freely. The | remedy, Mr Editor, is to get a discreet cor respondent representative for your paper who j is not working for the Board, and you will find that even the JTeraxd cannot teach us anything concerning our duty to the public. Calmly read over the minutes again : " That the Board considers it inadvisable that he (the gentleman representing your paper) — not th...

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KATANNING P, A., AND H. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 February 1902

KATANNIN6 P, A., AND H. SOCIETY. The annual meeting of . the Ratanning j Pastoral, Agricultural, and Horticultural I Society toot place at the Agricultural Hall1 on .Tuesday afternoon last, there being but a moderate attendance of members. Mr T. Newish, J.P., occupier the chair. ,e mujutes °f previous annual general i meeting were read and confirmed 1 The balance sheet for the last show was then read, showing the actual profit on the i venture to be £41 19s 5d, and this was accom plished on a decrease in expenses of £45 8s fid and with only £2 lis 11(i Iess paid in prizes than on the previous jear. The actual liabilities to date, including the Government grant of 5s m the £, was £162 6s Id The position of the society had therefore improved to Ae extent of £37 13s lid, to which should .hjf u u amount1 sPent in timber for the -bed, which, properly speaking, belongs to the capital account, said timber being bor rowed for the purpose last year, the two suras making a total of £41 13s li...

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