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

I.OCAI. COURTS. Dr Black, 1LM., attends the Undermentioned places on the days specified, fur the purpose of conducting Local Courts :— Katanning, third Wedaesdov each month Njirrogin, second Friday each month - .Wagin, third F riday each month . Kojonup,last Friday each mouth Mr. T. ilL Stansbury, Clerk of CourtB at Katanning, visits Kojonup every third Wed- ; aeadhy

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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STORYTELLER. POOR LITTLE LIFE. A FAMILY EPISODE. Poor little life, that toddles half an hour Crowred with a flower or two, and then an end. Chapter I.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 March 1902

STORYTELLER,. POOR LITTLE LIFE. A FAMILY EPISODE. Poor little ht>, that toddles half an hour Crowred with a fiower or two, and then an end. Chapter I.—(Continued). " liC.olv here, Cousin George." said I Sibvl. pointing out a one-storied build- i ing with nn open piazza, and a great I giiinep-Tree covering - it like a huge ' umbrella—" that is one of our grog shops You can buy ruin ti,ere aud bitter beer, and soap and paraffin oil and salt fish. You see that group of draymen at its side; they are playing ,■ "nine-holes,and the man that loses will have io stand quaff iedrinks all round." What is a quattie drink? " in quired her cousin. " Not know what a qualtie drink is. George ?" said Sibyl. A. guattie is a penny halfpenny." " And the smallest coin the negroes - acknowledge," added lively.t. " I'hey Woif r use the new nickel pennies and halfpennies at all; so the shopkeepers sell them a ha If penny-worth ot soap . and charge them three-halfpence for if - and that's very convenient...

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

LOCAL COURTS. Dr Black, E.M., attends tlie undermentioned places on the days specified, for the purpose of conducting Local Courts :— Kat&nning, third Wednesdoj each month Narrogin, second Friday each month VVagin, tiiird ' riday each month Kojonup, last Friday each month Mr. T. H. Stansbury, Clerk of Courts at Katanning, visits Kojonup every third Wed nesday If you want an excellent meal at moderate rates try Lebad's Coffee Palace. It has no equal in the Great Southern Districts. * A suspected case of plague has been dis covered on the e.s. Coolgardie at Port Ade laide. The suspect came from Sydney.

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

; Notices. WANTED, MEN te Bum up Clearing; piecework. 6 Apply to J. WASHINGTON, Carrolup. KATANNING HEALTH BOA ED, "VTOTICE is hereby given that the Hearth Bate must be paid on or before Monday, March 31st. T. W. LANG-LEY,, Secretary. Transfer of land Act, 1893, and the Real Property limitations Act, 1878. TAKE NOTICE that Riohard Adolphus I- Sholl, of Perth, in the State of Western Australia, Deputy Postmaster General, has made application to be regis tered as the proprietor of an estate in fee simple in possession in the following parcels of lands situate in the District of Ebjonup and being— Kojonup Locations 15, 16,17, and 18 (con taining in the aggregate 2,560 acres). Bounded by lines starting from the East corner of Location 19, situate on the left bank of the Balgarrup River and extending south-west for about 113 chains 53 links, passing along the south-east boundary of -the said Location 19, thence south-east for about 57 chains 10 links, thence north-east for about 5 chains...

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HERALD Office, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 March 1902

COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. Ueeald Office, Marcli 7. I' At Katanning the prices to-day are :— Wheat, 3s 8d per bushel ; oats, prime, 3s; chaff, best green wlieaten, £3 5s; inferior, 25s to 40s per ton ; flour, £9 10s per ton; bran, £6 5s per ton; pollard, £6 10s per ton; eggs, Is per doz ; butter Is 2d.

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FARMERS' POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 March 1902

FARMERS' POULTRY. By AxjEx. Crawford. During the past six months I have been visiting a great man * of the farmers in most of the agricultural districts of this State, and advocating the keeping of a better class of poultry. In doing so I ® frequently told that a good deal of expense has been gone to in getting well-bred birds, and that they have proved an utter failure; that the old com-' mon barndoor fowls tbey had previously paid much better, and that no more pure-bred fowls were going to be kept. Having been told this so often T looked carefully into the matter, and it did not take long to find the cause. Ignorance of what the various breeds were most suited for was at the bottom of it. Many nersons do not know that there is as much difference between the various breeds of poultry as there is between the dairy and beef breeds of cattle. Poultry may be divi ded into four classes : table, laying, general purpose, and ornamental. As a rule the table varieties are not good layers, n...

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THE BEST LINIMENT FOR STRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 March 1902

THE BEST LINIMENT FOB STRAINS. Mr F H Wells, the merchant at Deer Park,' Long Island, N.Y., U.S.A.., says : " I always 1 recommend Chamberlain's Pain Balm as the j best liniment for strains. I used it last winter j for a severe lameness in the side, resulting f from a strain, and was greatLy pleased with • the quick relief and cure it effected." For sale by F and C piosse, Katanning and Wagin.

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WHEN TO CUT LUCERNE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 March 1902

WHEN TO GUT LUCERNE. Mr H. M. Cottrell, of the Kansas Experi ment Station, reports officially upon this matter:—" Alfalfa should be eut when not more than one-tenth of the plants haveeome in bloom. Cut at this early stage, the yield of hay for the season will be much greater than if the alfalfa is cut near maturity, and every pound of hay secured will be worth more for feed. At the Kansas Experiment Station, a strip through a efild of alfalfa was cut when one-tenth waa in bloom, another strip was cut after full bloom bad passed. The strip cut early was nearly ready t6 cut the second time when that cut after full bloom was being harvested for the first time. The strip cut early grew rigorously through the season, and made three cuttings and a good aftermath. The strip cut after full bloom gave a low yield the first cutting, and did not grow sufficiently to. yield a good second cutting. Early cuttings seem to in vigorate the plant. 1 he late cutting of the first crop sCems to injure t...

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ROADS BOARDS MEETINGS. NARROGIN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 March 1902

ROADS BOARDS MEETINGS. KAttBOOIN. The ordinary meeting of the Narro gin Roads Board was held on Satur day Present—Messrs M. Brown (chairman). Clayton, Pitts, Palmer, and .Nash. The Chairman informed the repre sentative of the Heraxd that the Board had decided to admit him to their meetings. Letters were read from the Aotiug Under Secretary, informing: the Board that the grant had been in creased to £500 this year. Mr Holdaway wrote, asking for an extension of time to erect fence on reserve between his paddocks. Gran ted. Prom Mr A. Green, secretary Cu balling Progress Committee, request ing the Board's approval to separa tion for Cubai Hug. It was decided that under the present circumstances the Board was not favorable to separa tion. A letter was received from Dalgety and Co., stating that they bad in structed their Sydney firm to send the water-lift on at once. Accou ts to the amount of £10 Is 5d were passed for payment. It was decided that tenders be in vited for the collection o...

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KATANNING V. MOOJERING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 March 1902

Kata2!"ktng r. MoorarasG. These two teams met on the Eatanning wicket on Saturday last, when a rather one sided contest resulted in an easy victory for Katanning. Following are the scores:— KATANSTNG. H J Starr, b RafEerty B. <3- Hughes, c Eafferty, b Day T W Langley, b Day W Folland, b Haddleton ... J Tonkin, not out ... H Baker ... Sundries Total for 5 wickets ... ... 181 MOOJEBING. W Rafferty, not out T Haddleton, c Staarr, h Langley A B Newton, e and b Langley If Newton, c Starr, b Baker <3 Wreford, b Tonkin A Wreford, b Starr .. H Day, c Langley, b Starr... A Day, b Starr B Wreford, c W Baker, b Starr W Searle, c W Baker, b Starr 47 Bowling.—Langley 2 for 9, Baker 1 for 11, Tonkin 1 for 11, R Q- Hughes 0 for 1, Starr 5 for 8.

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MOURAMBINE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 March 1902

MOTJliAMBINE. This Board met at the Southern Cross Hotel, Pingeily, on Saturday last, wheii there were present—Messrs W. E. Robinson (chairmar), J. IN. Tuylur, J. B. Taylor, J. Stone, HI. T. Walton, H. J. Browu, and the Secre tary. Correspondence was read from the Under-Secretary for Lands, le In spector Fox's report on Popanving Road, laying out where the road [be. Mr J. iST. Taylor moved, and Mr ! Stone seconded, that the road as laid out by Inspector Fox, be adopted by the Board. Mr J. B. 'Taylor moved an amendment that the old road, de clared by the Board be retained. The amendment was not seconded, and; the motion was carried. Mr Walton moved, and Mr Brown seconded, that MrcW. TunstM be in formed that it would be necessary for him to gazette his request for the clos ing of track, and afterwards make application to the:Board. Carried. Mr Gr. M. Sewell was granted leave of absence till his .return to the dis trict. On the motion of Mr J. B. Taylor, seconded by Mir J. IN. Taylor,-...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 March 1902

Cricket. The fifth and final teBt match, England v. Australia, was concluded on Tuesday, result ing in a win for Australia by 32 runs. The Englishmen were defeated in four out of the five matches played. In all matches, England has won 27 and Australia 24, while 10 have been drawn. In the series of matches just concluded the Englishmen scored 2,118 runs for 90 wickets, average 23'5; and the Australians 2,260 runs for 89 wickets, average 25*3 Hill, Noble, and Trumble met on Tuesday night and selected the Australian team for ' England. The players decided upon are:— Hill, Jones, and Darling (South Australia); Noble, Trnmper, Duff, Gregory, Helly, Howell, Hopkins, and Carter (New South Wales) ; Trumble, Armstrong, and Saunders (Victoria). Poidevin is going to England in connection with his medical studies, and, although he will not be a member of the team, it is understood that he wifl. be avail able if wanted. ■ Major Wardill will accom pany the team as manager. The following will rep...

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

Remedy for Typhoid Fever. — •——: ' The whole medical world of Paris (says the San Francisco Bulletin), which has waited for three years to hear the results of the experimentation of Dr. Andre Ciutnfce messe, of the faculty of the Academy of Me dicine of Paris, with his new serum cure for typhoid fever, is highly interested in the re port which he has officially given out. In 1898 he read a paper at the Medical Congress in Madrid, in which he described his reme dial serum, its methods of preparation, and its principal properties, and how its anti-infec tious and anti-toxic attributes affected the animals experimented upon. After three years -of work in the various hospitals France, with funds provided by the muni cipal council' of Paris, the distinguished savant adduces facts and figures to prove that the method has been most efficacious and that his treatment is of great im-: poriance. At the Bastion Hospital, out of 29 cases treated by his system, all 29 cases were successful. At T...

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SPORTING. The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 March 1902

SPORTING The Turf. The Newmarket Handicap, run on Satur day last, was won by Sir Foote, Aurous and Bonnie Chiel being second and third respec tively. The Australian Cup was, on Tuesday, won by Blue Metal, the placed horses being Hay maker second and Limber third. The Australian Cup was robbed somewhat of its interest on aeceunt of the alleged foul riding by Burn on the Western Australian horse Flintlock. The bumping which took place probably stopped the favorite, Revenue, from winning. The. Flemington stewards pur pose holding an enquiry. Horse-owners are notified that nominations for the Fojonup Handicap must be in the hands of the secretary, Mr •!. R. Norrish, not later than March 10 at 9 p.m. Acceptances and aU other entries close at 10 p.m. on March 17. It is expected that large entries will be received, and following, as it does, the Agricultural and Horticultural Society's Show, there should be a good attendance.

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WILLIAMS JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 March 1902

WILLIAMS JOCKEY CLUB. The annual race meeting of the above club was held on Thursday. The weather was perfect, and the rac ing kept up the prestige of the place by being of a high order as regards quality of horses engaged, and in several instauces being not only in teresting butexciting. The courteous and energetic secretary of the club worked untiringly to make the meet ing a financial success. The atten dance of the public was hardly up to that of previous years, but those who were present were rewarded by some excellent sport. Mr E. A. Hammers ley, who has had very bad luck in racing for the last two years, was un able to obtain the services of a capable rider at the proper weight, and had to put up a lot of overweight in several races, which accounted for his horses getting beaten in one or two instances. I cannot conclude without a special word of praise for the civility and urbanity extended to visitors by the officials of the club ; and, as for Mr Hammersley, he is one of th...

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THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 March 1902

THE BALL. In the evening almost every young person within miles of Carrolup were to be seen in and around the new hall waiting for the order to commence dancing. Mr C. Stewart acted as M.C., while Mr J. J". Kenny officiated at the piano. Refreshments were handed round at 11 o'clock, fend great credit is due to the ladies who provided them. Dancing was re sumed and kept up till the early morning hours. Miss"M Grover and Mr Baggs assisted at the piano.

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

Ws' m -t > n d t> k| 0 *1 Q I • J CD CD H VI CD '\ <A-2 ' \ - .,r> -w .>>.-> •V Church. J^otices. ANGLICAN CHURCH. ST. ANDREW'S.—MA.RCH 9, 1902. Fourth Sunday in Lent. Litany and Sermon, IT . a.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Marraconda, 3 p.m. Following Sunday (March 16th), Holy Communion at Eticup, 11 a.m.; Broome Hill, 3 p.m. Jas. A. Howes, Rector. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. *MARCH 8. Eatanning, 7.30 p.m. Sunday School, At 10.15 a.m. Preacher. Rev A. K. Ross ST. GEORGE'is CHURCH, WAGIN. x Fourth Sunday in Lent. Matins, 11 &.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. . Preacher, Mr F T Bowen. BAPTIST CHURCH, KATANN1NG. SUNDAY, MARCH 9. Morning, 11—Pastor Woods. Evening, 7.30—Mr M. King. Carrolup—3 p.m , Pastor Woods. WAGIN BAPTIST CHURCH. MARCH 9. Harvest Thanksgiving Services at Badgarn ing, 11 a.m.; Wagin, 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Preacher, Rev. S. Wilson, LUTHER1SCHER GOTTES-DIENST. SONNTAG,- MARCH 16, in Institute, Katanning, um 3 Uhr. English Lutheran Service will be conducted ...

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

Trade ITot&oes. WAGIN WAGON, CARRIAGE, & IMPLEMENT FACTORY. O- 0"TJS1P7 PROPRIETOR. BLACKSMITH, WHEELWRIGHT, and MACHINIST. Carriages, Drave, Wagons, and all kinds of Vehicles .Vade or Repaired. stop r GET YOUR HAIR CUT! DEWAB, & CO., HAIRDRESSERS, TOBACCONISTS, NEWSAGENTS, AND STATIONERS, Waukk's Buildings, Clive Street, Xatanning, Best Bbands Tobaccos, Pipes, Cigabb, AND ClGABETTBS, Local Agents for Metropolitan, Interstate, and English Newspapers and Magazines. FANCY GOODS and STATIONERY. >c* pepi»9*y ipdmejf uepiQ IIV •NISVM 'wrava * aanoxna 'oioa X3~iv KATANINMG HOTEL. O. XffoLSOD, Jsuu>., Proprietor. Best Brands of Wines And Spirits. First - . class-Accommodation for Boarders. WM. J. ROGERS, CENTRAL ISTORES, KATANNING, Having taken Over the business lately carried ' on by Mr C. A. Harris, is prepared to ' supply all kinds of j DBAPEEY, BOOTS, GBOCEEY, tC:.-- and GENEEAL STOEES, At Lowest Prices Foe Cash. A ^Trial Solicited. Trade Notices. WAG IN H...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 March 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Mails.—Mails for the Eastern States close at the Katanning Post Office at 12.15 p m. on Tuesday next, 11th inst. To Correspondents.—We have received a lengthy letter from Mr Ingram relative to the correspondence appearing in last issue on the .Narro gin B&ads Board-Press embroglio. The Board having, at its last meeting, decided to admit the Press, and as Mr Ingram's letter is more on the lines of abase than of argument, we cannot see that any good will be derived by its publication. The ques tion, over which *• the dispute arose having been amicably settled, we trust that any ill-feeling occasioned thereby. will now be dispelled. Auction Sale.-*■ Attention is di rected to an important sale. of land which is to take place at the Williams River Hotel, Williams, on Thursday, April 10. Mr Jae. Gardiner, auc tioneer, of Perth, will conduct the sale, particulars of which may be; found in our advertising columns. Wagdt Baptist Church.—The harvest thanksgivin...

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COUNTRY PROGRESS PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 8 March 1902

COUNTRY PROGRESS PARTY. Fob some time past attention has been drawn in these columns to the necessity for combination on the part for the farmers, but although no de cisive steps have up to" the present been taken in this district, we are pleased to note that a movement in that direction is being made in other farming districts in the State. As previously pointed out, concerted ac tion by the producers is absolutely necessary, and will prove to be the best and only means of securing for tbe country districts that representa tion which is their due. In the past the more settled communities in the State have been too prone to lay the burden of their wants and require ments entirely on the shoulders of their representatives in Parliament, and, by not in any way attempting, either by coalition or otherwise, to assist them, have allowed such | strong combinations to form as to render individual effort- almost use I less. Uot only are country repre | sentatives beset with the difficulties...

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