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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 February 1902

Oak TOP AfFOED to BB WITHOUT it.—, Mr. E. Sharpe,of Aibany^r^a.8ufferingfroin c » severe cough, left as «iegAcy;after an attack ' of influenza. Me was induced to try Cura cough, and the-flrst doBe gave him instant - relief. Proprietors,'iXJampbell-Gochiane -and - Co., chemist®, * Albany and Bavansthorpev Eocal agent, C. A. Harris, storekeeper,- En- . tanning. * <■ A Boon to Mothb«s.—If you wish your children to hare beautiful 'hair ymd ^rio, wholesome heads you must use Busy's liur seryHair Lotion whieji cleanses the headand destroys all parasites. Bottles 1b 3d. Camp- ■ bell-Cochrane . .and ■Co.,5* chemists, Albany. ti fjocal agents, C. A. Harris, storekeeper^ tMUBf*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 February 1902

WM. J. ROGERS, CENTRAL STORES, KATANNING, Haying taken oyer the business lately carried on by Mr C. A. Harris, is prepared to snpply all kinds of IRONMONGERY, DRAPERY, BOOTS, GROCERY, AKB GENERAL STORES, Ar Lowest Pbiceb Eoxt Cash. A Txi*l Solicited. Notices, TENDERS will be received by the under signed up to the 28th insfc. for getting and making 100,000 Bricks. W. R. Seymour, Katanning. Q-BEAT SOUTHERN DISTRICT PAS TORAL AND AGRICULTURAL SO CIETY. APPLICATIONS are invited from per sons -willing to act as Secretary to tee above. Salary £25 per annum, payable quarterly. Applications to be in the hands of the Secretary not later than Marcn 1st. T. W. LANGLEY, Secretary. PIANO, iron-frame, full compass, Tri chord, new, by the celebrated maker Rosenor, £30; packed in case and put on rail. John Watts and Co., Albany. BROOME HILL ROADS BOARD. WHEEL AND DOG TAXES For the Year 1902. THE above Taxes are now Due, and must be paid to the Board's Secretary, Mr R. H. Jokes, on or before Monday,...

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KATANNING ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 February 1902

A meeting of the Katanning Roads Board was held on .February 15, when there were present:—Messrs. A E Piesse (chairman), M Cronin, T Gar stonfe, R McDonald, A Prosser, E R Bell, P Cunneen, and the secretary (T W Langley). The minutes of the pievious ordi nary meeting, held on January 18, j were read and confirmed. Mr E R Bell introduced a deputa- ! tion from residents in aud around j Woodanilling, and, in doing so, stated j that the object was to endeavour to form a new roads board having Wooda nilling for its centre. Messrs Kealley, Bell, Keirle, and Patterson, with a petition, were present to represent the case for the people desiring the new board. A map with rough boundaries were submitted for inspection. After stating their ease the deputation withdrew, and after discussion Mr Bell moved ' that this Board, with the facts at present before them, offer no objection to the petition for a new board, the boundaries, however, to be subject to adjustment and approval of this Board." S...

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 February 1902

Broome Hill. U. JJaect, Cooclibuilder and General Blacksmith W, M, Gabbity, Imperial Hotel

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Williams. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 February 1902

Williams. For Harradong and Dajlfrking, Thurs day* at 7:80 a m.

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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 February 1902

Waria. U. Just, Coachbuilder and General Black smith J. C. H. Nenke, Saddler C. L. Geix, General Storekeeper A. Mohan, Hide and General Buyer J. Facby, Bootmaker F. M. BrTTFiELD, General Storekeeper F. & C. Piesse, General Storekeepers A. Doio, Bntcher and Baker J. Spbatt, Wagin Hotel H. Spbagg, Federal Hotel

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Rates of Postages. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 March 1902

Bates of Postages' TiBTTBBS.i-lf delivered :afc any Post-Office for delivery within. the. postal delivery limit of such office,' for every ioz.,, or fraction (up to Bibs, Id. ;; Beyond such limits, for .every |oz. or or fraction of jpz., up to 31 bs, {dimen-' sions not to exceed tlie = maximum allowed for packets), 2d ' , - Post; CarpsIt—Tf posted, at any post-office for delivery wiUiintlie postal delivery of sueli office, 4d-; betond awli limits Id . Packets.—For every 2ozs orfraction of 3ozs, :up io 4-lbs Id' . v ; . r Newspapers.—^.Printed and posted in the Colony for delivery beyond the boundaries of the City or Town at. wJiiel i theyniay be pub l isliedand posted within one a eek from date of publication not exceeding lOozsf free. For eyer» .additional lOozs oif fraction of -lOozs (each) £d. For each, newspaper posted -7 ^Jayb;.*afferj; ptiblieaJion; not exceeding lOozs, MtU For every additional lOozs .er fraction of 'iiOozs, Id. Newspapers must be posted ojie hour before the c...

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Narrogin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 March 1902

Narrogin. For ClarkeV (eastward) Wednesday 10.30 a.m. . . l For Williams Wednesdays and Saturdays, 1 p.m. ■' "J ' w>r Albany and intermediate stations, dailv at 11.30 *' - ■ : *. #W Perth and intermediate stations, daily S»t33Gp.Tn -* ,•; *./■

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

Wagin. For Arrliur Rirer, (Wednesday's); at noon For Eastwood {Cromn*s) 8 a.m. Monday's For ' Westward (Korin Lake;, -8 a.in ' 1 hursday's : - ,: For Perth; and intermediate places, Mon day's, Tucsday's, Thursday's, Friday's^ Satur day's, 2 p.m.Wednesday's, 6 p.ni For Albany, Katapning, Broome Hill, Mi Barker, Monday, "Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday's, at 1*20 p.m. ; Tues day's, 6 p.m

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

Broome Hill. For Kojonup, Wednesday 12*80 p.m For Salt River, every other Friday, 9 a.m For Perth and intermediate places, daily, 11*30 a.m., excepting Wednesday's (6 p.m.) Albany and intermediate places daily, 4 p.m., excepting Tuesday's (6 p.m.)

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

POSTAL NOTICES. Following ave the times at -whir-h mails A'-ti despatched from the Post-OHiees men tioned : — Katanniiig. Perth (daily), Sunday excepfed 12*15 p.m. For Wagiu, Narrogin, Cubballing, Pingelly and Beverie> (noon) For Albany daily, Sunday excepted (3 p.m.), Brown Hill. Cranbrook, Mt. Barker, 3 p.m For Marracoonda, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.m • ' For Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.in Far Gidgelbarrup (weekly), Friday's, 7 a.m , Kojouup (weekly, Friday's, 1*30 p.m

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Taylor-Carrington Company. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 March 1902

< " Is She Guiltless." the drama pro duced by this company at the Public ' Hall last night, proved to be a' most, attractive play, and its interpretation by Miss Carri ngton. Mr Tayldr and : their company- was in every .way satis factory. The story may be briefly told; aa follows:—-Admiral de.la Marche is A retired naval officer with a high sense- • of honour, and is devoted to madame,. -his wife, who has a guilty secret.1 Eoland de Moray is the jealous hus band of her daughter Gaorieilei and - Eobert- Burel, an outcast—well, he, as Mark Twain, with quaint am -.biguity, puts it—^"is the only son of his mother by a. particular friend." That mother is the Admiral's wife, and Burel, who nourishes only feelings- p. of resentment against the mother, ■ who, he thinks, abandoned him, holds possession of a packet of her love r correspondence with his late father,. - for which he seeks to extort £1,000. He interviews his half-sister GabrieUe, and, in a, veiy powerful scene, she. t...

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

Hotices. J^OJONUP A. & H. SOCIETY. The AUTUMN SHOW of the above Society will be held it the Agricultural Hall, Kojonup, on MONDAY, March 17, the day before Kojonup Races. Liberal Prize List. ! Entries riloie Saturday, March 15, at G p.m. I Tn the evening a Grand,Irisli Concert will be held. Send for Prize Schedules to - 1 J. M. FLANAGAN, Secretary Kojonup A. and H. Society. K OJONUP ROADS BOARD. WHEEL AND DOG LICENSES FOR THE YE ' R 1902. The above Licenses are now due,' and must be paid on or before MONDAY, 31st March, to the Secretory (Mr. J. M. Flannagau), otherwise proceedings will be taken for their recovery. J. J. TREASURE, Chairman. PIANO, 'ron-frauie, full compass, Tri chord, new, by? the celebrated maker Kosenor, £30 ; packed in case and put on rail. John Watts and Co., Albany. BROOME HILL ROADS BOARD. WHEEL AND DOG TAXES For the Year 1902. THE above Taxes are now Due, and must be paid to the Board's Secretary, Mr R H. Jos as, on or before Monday, 31st MarcMf 1902. ...

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

IT1 <&c G PIESSE'S I We have pleasure in recording heavy business during the past year, but withal are Overstocked in Many Departments. OUR SUMMER SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, And will Continue for Fourteen Days, durlnc which lin^ we hope to clear the Balance of our Summer Stock. For FOURTEEN DATS you will have the benefit of Choosing from our ' For FOURTEEN DATS you will be able to Secure the Bargains we will whole Stock at REDUCED PRICES. Summer Goods will bear offer. We are not giving you a Price List. They aTe often mis the Greatest Reductions, as we do not wish to carry over until next T ' leading. season. : ' OUR SALES ARE GENUINE All Goods are marked in Plain Figures,. and can be picked out instantly, which makes buying a pleasure. All Goods marked down during Sale for All Booking at Ordinary Prices. We wish to Clear Balance of Prints, Cambrics. Piques, Drills, Cotton Cords, Twills, Plain and Fancv Zephyrs, Mercerised Lawn and Sateen, White and Fan...

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STORYTELLER. POOR LITTLE LIFE. A FAMILY EPISODE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 March 1902

STORYTELLER.. POOR LITTLE LIFE. +—: A FAMILY EPISODE. Poor little life, that toddles lialf an hour Crowned with a flower or tw,), and then an end. Chapteh I.—(Continued). Sir George turned sharply round, and, throwing away his cigarette, ap proached the carriage. " By .Jove J it can't he—Evelyn ! " he said. " Yes ; it is I. George. And here's Eleanor ; and this is Sibyl." And then handshakings commenced all round, and n series of cousinly salutes, which the girls submitted to with equanimity. " But he kissed Evelyn twice for our once," said Sibyl to Eleanor after— wards. ' . "I told you she wouldn't object,' remarked her sister. 4 And as for me, I had never any. intention of objecting," remarked Sibyl. " O you; you're a child ; it doesn't matter for you. But Evelyn— humph ! - I'll have to' keep my eye upon her !" " Toin has engaged a dray for your luggagie, George," said Evelyn, after these preliminaries had been adjusted. " Here's one of the clerks coming with your keys. Mannie—tha...

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THE FIFTH TEST MATCH. AUSTRALIANS GO IN FIRST. AND MAKE A POOR STAND. ENGLAND BATTING. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 March 1902

THE FIFTH TEST MATCH. AUSTRALIANS GO IN FIRST.. AND MAKE A POOR STAND. ENGLAND BATTING. Melbourne, Friday. The fifth test match was commen ced to-day. The weather was fine, but the wicket difficult, though im proving. Australia won the toss, and took, the wickets, but made a very poor stand, the total score amounting to only 144. Following are the scores :— Australia.—Truinper, b Blythe, 27 ; Hill, c Jones b Gunn, 28; Xoble, c Jones b Hayward, 7; G-regory, c Jones b Gunn, 25 ; Trumble, c Quaife b Hayward, 3; Hopkins, c Lilley b Hay ward, 4; Eady, b Gunn, 5; Kelly, c Gunn b Haywaisd, 0; Armstrong, not out, 17: Travers, c Braund b Gunn, 9 ; Duff, b Braund, 10; sundries, 9. Total, 144. ^'England.—Jessop, c Hopkins b Trumble, 35; McLaren, c and b Trumble, 23; Quaife, b Uoble, 3 Hayward, c Trumper b Travers, 19 Tyldesley, c Kelly b Eady, 13 Braund, not out, 26 ; Lilley, not out, 10; sundries, 4. Total, five for 133.

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

Notices. •->, ANTED — MEN FOR CLEARING LAND. Apply C. F. WANKE, Moojebing. K OJONUP EOADS BOABD. 8TI-KWOBT. Persons knowing of the existence of Stink wort within the above Board District are kindly requested io notify the Secretary with a view to the Eradication of same. By order of the Board, J. J. TREASURE, Chairman. EOADS BOARD. NOTICE. All Cattle, Garriage, and Dog Licenses must be paid on or before Monday. 31st March, 1902. C. L. GELL, : Secretary. KATANNING ROADS BOARD. A PUBLIC M'-STING will be held at the Katanning Hall on Saturday, the 15th March, for the purpose of considering the advisability of Striking a Bate in connec tion with the Road Board. Meeting at 8 p.m. fTTHE Adjourned Annual Meeting of the J- Great Southern Agricultural Society will be held at the Public Hall, Katanning on Tuesday afternoon, the 11th of March,' at 2 o:clock. Business—To appoint Secretary, and other business. PRELIMINARY NOTICE" TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. A SALE of about 12 Draught Colts and wil...

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SPORTING. The Turf. WILLIAMS RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 March 1902

SPORTING The Turf. WILLIAMS RACING- CLUB. The following are the weights for the principal events to be run at Williams on Thursday next, March 6 ;— Ladies' Bba.cbi.et six furlongs.—F Dil lon's Pastille, 9 st; E A Hammersley's Royally, 8 st 11 lb. Calloway Sacs, one mile.—J B JTorrish's Sailor Boy, 9 st 10 lb; B A Hammersley's Black Bess, 6 st 12 lb. Williams Stakes, one mile and a quarter. —"F Dillon's Pastille, 9 st 7 lb; E A Ham merfcley's Boyalty, 8 st 9 lb; E A Hammers ley's Duke of York, 8 st 2 lb. Pont Bace, six furlongs —E A Hammers ley's Trouble, 8 st; S Smith's Dolly, 6 st 71b. * Farewell Handicap, fire furlongs.—F Dillon's Pastille, 9 st 10 lb ; E A Hammers ley's Royalty, 9 st.8 lb; E A Hammersley's Duke of York, 8 st 7 lb; P O'Connor's Wallace, 7 st. R. W. Edwards, Handicapper.

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WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 March 1902

WISE AND OTHERWISE. The infatuation of horseraeing was fully exemplified by the large concourse of people that attended the Eat arming races on Wed nesday. Equine contests are most enjoyable in themselves, but the extent to which bet ting is earried on somewhat detracts from what would otherwise be a pleasant pastime. To show to what extent people who bet are goaded on, with tne hope of retrieving their losses, no better illustration could be given than by referring to • a respectably dressed young man at Wednesday's races rushing headlong to destruction through'the betting or plunging mania. He approached the tote, and, after eagerly scanning the odds which the figures set opposite each horse's name denoted, he plunged his hands into his pockets, and, with an excited exclamation, muttered " Well; here goes, I'll either bust or break; I'll have half-a-crown on Latch." j Where this young man's perniciousness will1 land him is too horrible to CTen conjecture. Another person actually b...

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Cricket. MARRACOONDA v. KATANNING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 1 March 1902

Cricket. Mabbacoosda v. Ka tanking. These clubs met, on the ground of the latter, on Saturday last, the visitors winning by 30 runs. Following are the scores:— Marracoonda: T Meh&rry, c Baker, b Langley, 10 • 0 Prosser, b Baker. 0; Casey, o McLeod, b j'aker, 8; S Meharey, run out, 58; A C Prosser b Baker 3; A Prosser, b Tontm, 8 ; Qiiartermaine, b Tonkin 0; Severinb Lindna, 6 j W Meharry. b Baker, 9; lloskings, run out, 1; Hans, c and b Hughes, 0; sundries, 4. Total, 104. Bowling—Langley, one wicket for 33 runs; Baker, four for 12; Tonkin, two for 15 ; lindna, one for 13; Stnrgess, nil for 14; Hughes, one for 13. Katanning • Langley, c C Prosser, b A C Prosser, 18; Hughes, b A C Prosser, 25; Folland, run out, 11; Keally, c T Meharry, b Carey, 11; Tonkin, c Hoskings, b A C Prosser, O; Stnr gess, b A C Prosser, 2McLeod, c •' Meharry, b Casey, 4; H Baker, c Quartennaine, b Casey, 0; Lindna, c and b Casey, 0: N Baker, b Casey, 0; substitute, 1; sundries, 2. TotaL T4. Bowling—Pro...

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