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KATANNING V. MOOJEBING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 February 1902
K AT ANN IK G y. MOOJEBING-.; The jKatanuing eleven played its second match against Moojebing on Saturday last. Following are the scores .*— Moojebing.—Raiferty, 27; H Day, 0; T Haddleton, 12; E Higgins, 8; A Chrystal, 8; H Ghrystal, 7; A Newton, 6 0 D Stewart, 1; O Hep worth, 3 ; R Wreford, 2; H Wre ford, 0; sundries, 5 ; total, 79. Katauning.—Langley, . 88; Starr, 5; Keajley, 2 ; Tonkin, 11; Folland. n ot out, 14 ; Hughes, retired, 7; J McLeod, 1; H Baker, 7; W Baker, 3 ; R Hoglin, 3; Watson, 2; sun dries, 7 ; total, 100.
CRICKET. WAGIN V. DUMBLING LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 February 1902
CRICKET. WA&IST V. BUMBLING BAKE. A match was played on Saturday last between Wagin and Dumbling Lake, the latter proving victorious. Following are the seores : "Wagin.—J A. Richards, b T Corne lius, 7; P Cavanagh, b G Cronin, 0; L Butfcfield, b G Cronin, 1; L Mark- j ham, b G Cronin, 0; Gaifey, e and b j G Cronin, 6 ; C Davies, b G Cronin, j 2 ; W Taylor, c and.b T Cornelius,*5; j H Spragge, b G Cronin, 2; H Gan- i away, b G Cronin, 1; E McAulley, not out, 4 ; A McAulley, 1; byes, 2. total, 31. Bumbling Lake. — D Cronin, c Bavies, b Gaffey, 1; G Cronin, b Davies, 2; M Cronin, b Davies, 9; H Cronin, b Richards, 29; T Corne lius, c and b Riebards, 17; J Cronin,; b Richards, 0; F Cronin, c Ganaway, b Davies, 5; E Dawson, b Davies, 0 ; T Kelly, b Davies, 0 , H Bartram, not out, 0; W Whiteman, b Davies, 1; total, 64.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 February 1902
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Ovying to an extra number of late advertisements a quantity of local and general items of news are crowded out. ' Mails.—Mails for the Eastern States close at the Katanning Post Office at 12.15 p.m. on Tuesday, the 18th inst. Illness of Db. Wilson.— We regret to state that Dr Wilson has been confined to his room for some days, suffering from illness. Yester day Dr Roughan, of Williams, visited Katanning, and professionally atten ded Dr Wilson, who, his many friends will be pleased to learn, is improving. Contingent Hobses.—To day, at Narrogin, horses will be purchased at Narrogin for' use in South Afriea, on Wednesday at Wagin, and at Katan ning on Friday next. The date set apart for the purchase of horses at Kojonup has been cancelled. Sitmmee Sale.—Messrs and F, and ' C. Piesse have an important announce ment in this issue regarding their clearing sale of summer goods. The sale will commence on Saturday next, and be continued for fourteen days.. Meetings.—T...
Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 February 1902
WagiH. U. J par, Uoaehbuiider and General Black smith * J. C. H. Nbnxe, Saddler C. L. Gell, General Storekeeper A. Motjait, Hide and General Buyer J. Facey, Bootmaker F. M. Bytteiem), General Storekeeper F.& C. PiEssh, General Storekeepers -A. Doig, Butcher and Baker J. Spbatt, Wagin Hotel H. Spbagg, Federal Hotel
SUNDAY TRADING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 February 1902
SUNDAY TRADING-. TO THB EDITOR. Sir,—Credit is due " Sabbatarian" from all right-thinking men and women for draw ing attention to the unlawi ul prae tire of Sun day trading in our town, and it is to be hoped that the proper authorities will henceforth keep this matter well in mind, and. endeavor' to have the curse abolished, and let us have : our Sabbaths free from desecration, at least, by drunkenness, There are only two hotels in iEatanning, and as I'understand they are not both offenders, I venture to suggest that in justice to the one that does not make a practice of it, that the one that does should be compelled to do likewise. " FAIR FLAY;
THE WEDGECARRUP CRICKETERS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 February 1902
THE WEDGECARRUP CRICKETERS. TO THE BDITOB. Sir,—With your permission I would like to. say v few words in answer to " Anti Bounce," of February 1st, under the above heading. He appears to be suffering from a bad attack - of antiptosis, He quotes McKenna for the purpose of " putting" Richards. I admit Mr Richards is a good man, probably the best all-round man in our district ; but I fail to see anything in the report of the; Wedge carrup-Arhhur match to call forth\ the McEenna-Riehards' comparison, or to stir hp the bile in " Anti-Bounce's liver. He sar castically refers to the harmless suggestion of your correspondent with reference to present ing McEenna- with a medal. He savs •" Mr John MeEenria.certainly bowled well on that occasion, for which he is now recommended to have a medal struck for him ; but. a brown. ,paper one." The Wedgecarrups intend to tjave one struck for " Anti-Bounce," ,to take the.form of a tin plate, suitably, inscribed, " A present for a smart boy," as he appe...
FOURTH TEST MATCH. ENGLISHMEN BATTING. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 February 1902
FOURTH TEST MATCH. ENGLISHMEN BA.TTING. Sydney, Friday. In the Australian Eleven Saunders supplanted MeLeod and .Hopkins took the place of Iredale. Braund is again playing. M cLaren won the toss and elected to bat. Following are the scores :— England. -McLaren, c Duff, b Saunders Hay ward, b Saunders Quaife, c Kelly, b Saunders •Tessop, e Noble, b Saunders Braund, Ibw. b Trumble Tyldesley, c Kelly, b Noble Lilley, not out ... McGahey, not out Sundries ... ' ... Six wickets for ... 266 Bowling.—Trumble, 1 for 42; ~W Howell, nil for 40; Saunders, 4 for 102; Noble, 1 for 99 ; Armstrong, nil for 8.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 February 1902
A CURE FOR SUMMER COMPLAINT. | Summer complaint is unusually prevalent j among children this season. A well developed j ease in the writer's family was^ured last j week by the timely vise of Chamberlain's I Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy—one of j the best patent medicines manufactured, and j which is always kept on hand .at the home of j ye scribe, i bis is not intended as "a tree puff j for ihe company, who do not advertise with , ns, but lo benefit Utile sufferers who may not ; he within easy access of a physician. o>o . family should he 'without a fictile of this &lt; medicine in the house, especially in summer- j time.—Lansimt- Iowa. U.S.A . Journal. I or j sale by F and C Piussr, Katruiuing and Wnsin. STR t YED into my paddock, a Dark Iron grey Filly, 1-ts hand:-, branded EM" on off shoulder. " If not. claimed within time allowed by law will be sol i to pay expenses. A. NELSON, i'erriniillup, Broome Hill. February 10,1602. PUBLIC NOTICE. Application for a waysi...
A DENIAL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 February 1902
A DENIAL. TO THE EDITOE. Sir,—In your issue of the 1st instant ap pears a letter complaining of the manner in which the Committee of the Narrogin Tdrf (Hub conducts its business. In the aforesaid epistle the writer states that the Committee limited the price of the work to be done to £16. The' Committee eimplySnstrucfced the Secretary to call for tenders for the work. Nothing was mentioned then or at the subse quent opening of tenders about any limit being set.' The tenders were thrown out be 5 cause they were considered .too high, how much too high was never mentioned. Surely the Cbmmittee were within their powers in so doing Arfor the rubbish about 3s. per pay, and the great suffering, etc., it existed only in the mind of the would-be dictator whose name appeared as the writer of the letter,, but to whom the task would be as easy of accom plishment as the translation of Sanscrit, or the discovery of perpetual motion. It is a a. very true proverb "The pen is'mightier than the sword...
POOR LITTLE LIFE. A FAMILY EPISODE. Poor little life that toddles half an hour Crowned with a flower or two, and there an end. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 February 1902
POOR LITTLE LIFE. A FAMILY EPISODE. Pooi'itdle life that toddles half an hour Crowned wi&lt; h a ilower or two, and tliere an end. Chapter I. Perched on the lofty watch-tower of the Company's Wharf, Kingston, -Tamaiea. * Sir Lord Nelson. Esquire' hail been occupied since daylight in looking out for the English steaiuer. The owner of this self-bestowed and patrician appellative was an old negr> of uncertain age, with leathery skin, grizzled wool, bandy legs, and bare feet, and whtss powers of vision verged on the miraculous. Long be fore the steamer was visible to the most experienced nautical eye armed with one of Dollond's best glasses, Lord Nelson had seen the tips of her masts rising above the horizon; Nay, it is popularly supposed that before she was actually visible even to him, he was able to prognosticate her ap proach by certain signs in the sky itself, whose secret he guarded as if it had been bid del. treasure. 'Coming, boy ?" inquired the clerk at the foot of t...
STORYTELLER. A MESSAGE FROM THE DESERT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 February 1902
STOiiTTKLLEH. A MESSAGE FROM THE DESERT. The handwriting was so unlike Ali a bard firm hand that Bob it instinc tively aAked the man. who was the hostler *Hl a tuna 11 public-house s >me thirty miles away, whether 1 is hi other had been drinking -heavily. *> He went it pretty hot for a couple of davs " returned the man ; " but be eeei e : all rigbt when be started this mot-mug. " He had gone, then ?" " Yes; he started the same time ,that 1\did. He said he was going to the Barr Downs to-nightnaming a station to the westward. Hubert pondered over the communi cation. Was it really this time, and . did it o&lt; int to a suicide's expiation ? j He deter nined to follow, j Turner was, still on tb© , station, having taken a place s& boundary rider. »o he; engaged him to accom pany hum; and Owen provided him with ablack'boy, n g&lt; od tracker ; fur thcie Was no knowing how far he might hue to go. Py the time he was teiitly Alt ht-d three days' start of him. - ...
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 February 1902
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. The following business people bare ad vertisements appearing in this issue:— Eat aiming. 51. & C. Fibssb, General Merchants J. Cass, "Draper. Wk J Rogues, General Storekeeper P A Bbeck, Saddler War. Bakes, Butcher M Lebad, Coffee Palace A. W. Bichteb, General Blacksmith and toachbuilder G. McLkod, Katanning Hotel MissM. J.Beowk, Royal Exchange Hotel A. E. Pbwae & Co., Hairdressers, Sta tioners, etc C F Wanke, Machinery Agent J Goum>, Fruiterer, etc
STORYTELLER. POOR LITTLE LIFE. A FAMILY EPISODE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 February 1902
STORYTELLER. POOR LITTLE LIFE. 4 A FAMILY EPISODE. P«or little life, that toddles half an hour Crowned with a fiower or two, and then an end. Chaptes I.—(Continued). Mrs. Durham of Prospect Gardens ir&s the widow of a high official in the colony. Her husband had been Attorney-General of Jamaica at a time when that office Was even of mere importance and influence than it is now. Herself a Creole—a person born in the West Indies, without reference to what are called in Jamaica " eomplexion&l" distinctions —-and belonging to one of the oldest families in the colony, she still retained much of the pride, perhaps more of the prejudices of the old plantocracy; the haughtiest, the most conservative, and the least pliable c f aristocracies, yet, notwithstanding a.l its faults and shortcomings, one of the most generous and the most ill used. But the influence of ber hus band— an Englishman—had too ed down some of the more conspicuous of these prejudices; at any rate it had er...
LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 February 1902
LOCAL COURTS. Br Black, R.M., attends the undermentioned places on the days specified, for the purpose of conducting Local Courts — . Katanning, third Wednesdoy each month Narrogin, second Friday each month Wagin, third Friday each month Kojonup, last Friday each month Mr. ,T. H. Stansbury, Clerk of Courts at Satanning, visits Kojonup every third Wed nesday
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 February 1902
Wb are in a position to supply you with all kinds 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 ai'e 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. * Lebaiab Coffee Palace is the best i place in Katanning for meals anrl bed*.* Church Notices. ANGLICAN CHURCH. j ST. ANDREWS.—FEBRUARY 23, 1902. Second Sunday in Lent. Litany and Sermon, 11 a.m. | Baptisms, 3.30 p.m. ' Evensong, 7.30 p.m.—Rev J A Howes j Jas. A. Howes, Rector, j PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. j FEBRUARY 23. Marracoonda at 3. Katanning at 7.30 p.m. Harvest Thanksgiving Service deferred till Sunday, March 2. Preacher, Rev A. K. Ross ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH/ WAGIN. Second Sunday in Lent. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Wedgecarrup; 11 a.m. Preacher, Mr F T Bowen. BAPTIST CHURCH, KATANNING. S...
SPORTING. The Turf. KATANNING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 February 1902
SPORTING The Turf. KATAKNING RACES. The annual meeting of the Katanning Turf Club on -Wednesday next promises to be. highly successful, and it is expected that the attendance will be a record one. Following are the acceptances for the principal events on the card :— Hub DiB Racb. L Treasure's Confidence O A Holding'a Amateur ... W C Hall's Rosey •T R Tunney's Wakeful ... A H McKenzie's Riley D Cronin'8 The Black Roek st lb 10 7 10 7 10 7 10 0 9 7 9 7 Nursery Stakes. W 35 Oronin's Actress ... ... 10 D Cronin's Harka way ... ... 10 T Haddleton's Acrobat ... ... 9 J Cunneen junr's Blink Bonnie ... 9 R Wilcox's Woodanilling ... ... 9 C Severiii's ilona ... .. 9 Kataubikg Cup. G- Stonnell's Batch ... ... 9 F Dillon's Pastille ... ... 9 E A Hanmiersley's Duke of York ... 8 ' E Pe-kins' Little Willo' ... ... 6 Galloway Stakes. J R Norrish's Sailor Boy .... ... 9 L Treasure's Confidence ... ... 9 J Haddleton's Commodore ... 9 E Perkins' Scarpia ... ... 8 R Wilcox's The Mite ... ... 8 T Mast...