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STORYTELLER. POOR LITTLE LIFE. A FAMILY EPISODE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

STORYTELLER POOR LITTLE LIFE. A FAMILY EPISODE. Poor lit tle life, that toddles half an hour Crowned with a fiowor or t wo, aud then an end.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

NOTICE, All communications intended for insertion 'ifi the se columns toust. be addressed to the Editor, and must be accompanied by the name and address of the writer Secretaries-of racing, football, cricket clubs or other public bodies are respectfully, requested to forward any items of news ; that may be of interest to the public or of benefit to the clubs. This is particularly . desired, as it is intended to make the G.<3 . H KB A lb a paper for the people '' ; 1 The columns of the Uebaxb are open for the 1 Aiseusslon of any subject of public .interest, * and although the name of the writer must ;■ be attached, it need not necessarily be; published > 1 All advertisements for., insertion in the Hebalp must, be received not later than . 6 p.m., on- Fridays. Alterations to - bua " V ness advertisements "must Tie"" sent ■ "in by noon.on Wednesdays ,.<wt ,-r: Oiringtotbedeinandonoxir.representative's tiihe,'contequeiit itpon the large amount of ■ work the star...

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NARROGIN NOTES. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

NARR06IN NOTES. (from otib correspondent.) March 8. A public meeting convened by Mr M. Brown, the chairman of the Narrogin Roads Board, was held in the * grieu ltural Hall to night to consider tbe desirability of forming a Board of Health in Navrogio. . Mr SI.' Brawn wjcb voted to tlje chair. Sir Kennedy was appointed secretary pro tem. Mr Ken nedy proposed that,' in the opinion of this meeting, it is desirable that a Board of Health be formed, in Narrogin.. Mr. F. W. Floyed -seconded the motion, which was car ried unanimously. In answer to Mr Grainger Mr Kennedy explained the usual proceedings . and powers of a Board. On the motion of Mr Clayton, seconded by Mr Floyeo, it was decided that seven members constitute the Board, and the following gentlemen were nominated for the approval of the Governor in-Couucil:—Messrs M. Brown, Esse, Ken nedy, Ingram, F. Fioyed, T. P. O'Connor, and johh .Clayton. . Mr O'Connor moTed that in the opinion of this meeting the time lias now arrived when ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

A CERTAIN CURE EO ft DYSENTERY , AND DlARRHCEA. Spme years ago I was one of & party that intended making a. long bicycle trip," says E. L. Taylor, of New Albany, Bradford Co., Da., U.S.A.. "I twos taken suddenly with diarrhoea, and was about to give up the trip, when editor Ward, of tnC Laceyville Messen ger, suggested that I take a dose of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I purchased a bottle and took two doses, one before starting and one on the route. I made the trip successfully and never felt any ill effect, ^gain last summer I was tdmost com pletely run down with an attack of dysentery. 1 bought a. bottle of this, same remedy, and this time one,dose cured me." -"old by E. and C. Biesse, -Katanning and Wagin. Good dor the Lithe OKss.—Mrs. H. Cowden, of Albany, says;—I have been using your Curacoiiglf for tlie children, as they are subject to coughs, and catch cold very easily, as indeed all children do in Albany. I have ..found Curaeough the best prep...

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COUNTRY PROGRESS PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

CbUNTKY PHOGEESS 'SfrjppiiEMEJjlis'&j ouriiemarksin last, issue I^^Sunbi^ry ^'fferaJd says i-rr **^Hesociety called ffisvuftrfyProgress Parly' is one that 5vill commend itself to e/ery intelligent.student of polities. There' is no disguise about its platform. It is a political^ association pure and simple, brought into existence for the: express purpose of . politically pro tecting the agriculturists from the attacks which • have of jlate ^months been ihade! High'; time such an organisation was created, and Mr Whistler deserves the thanks ^ of the agriculturists for endeavouring to formulate some scheme whereby unity may be secured ./ Unfortunately the farmers are usually as blind as moles to tbeir own interests; they permit themselves to be fleeced on every opportunity by the middlemen ; and politically they are at the mercy of any political. charlatan that may, by glibness of tongue, induce them to vote for him. They cheerfully accept the 'heaviest end of the taxa tion log...

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NARROGIN ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

NARR0G1N ROADS BOARD. ' A special meeting of the Board was held j to-day for the purpose of dealing with ten- | ders invited for the collection of wheel and j dog" licenses. There were present—Messrs j Brown (chairman)., Ingram, Brewn, Clayton,. Hash, Palmer, and the secretary. Mr Tre- | fort attended shortly after the meeting opened. Ho tenders were received. After a lengthy discussion it was decided by the Board that the secretary collect all dog and cart licenses for the -ensuing year at a remu neration: of 10 per cent. Mr Tvefort suggested that consideration be given to the payment of S. Quinn's account for repairs' at Healey's well. After consideration was given to the reports on the work, Mr Palmer proposed that Mi- Quinn be informed by the secretary that on the completion of the work according to specifications lie would be paid. Mr Tre fort seconded. Carried. The Board then decided, that when Sir Ingram passed the work as finished satisfac torily, Mr Quinn would be paid.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Fumigation of Letters; — The following memo was received. at the local post-office on Monday last from the acting Deputy Posttfiaster General Kindly note arid advise other States that, fumigation at Wel lington done, under high "temperature causes letters sealed with wax to be seriously injured/ Please warn the public/-.;'. r'.;, ., ...... PuherA p.—The body of .Edward Gregory was interred in the Angliean ^fu^On'ot the:i!jocal ^cemetery on ' Monday.last, the fer. Jas. A.. Howes officiating at the grave. / { D eb a ti no SocrExr.—On Wednes day evening a.imeeting of-those! in terested in the formation of a Library and, ^Debating Society^in. KataUuirig was held. There - was a,! good atten dance, and an unanimous feeling was 1 expressed as to thp'benefitsdihatjsfririld; accrue by the formation of. .such' a' society. The, following <>ffice^?were' elected-.7—President,' Mr -If, Hughes;:, . yice-p^sidei^ L: ness,- WY H.^Tfht£ ■ takes place on Tuesday, ...

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illiams. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

Williams. lor STnvradong "and Daylerking, Thurs days at 7.30 a.m.

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VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

: On Wednesday /evening last, at the • ■ em ployees of the firm of Messrs 'F. and C. Piesse, to the. number of up wards of 4'), gathered together for the purpose of bidding Mr Ai'nold E. Piesse, J.P. (who leaves on a three months' trip in the East) farewell, and presenting him with an address and gold watch as a slight token of the esteem in which he is held by the in. Mr. U.M.. Fonceca occ upied the chair, with the guest on the right, while oil either side were Messrs if. 53; Kogers, ¥. M. G-are, K. Mclndoe, and H. Mctfinnis (the heads ot the various departments). Mr Foucecs, in his opening remarks, referred to the good fellowship which had always existed between Mr Piesse and his employees, and also dilated'on that gentleman's sterling qualities, in his capacity as manager, as well as in public and pri-' vate life. On behalf of the employees be had much pleasure in wishing Mr and Mrs'Tiesse a pleasant voyage and safe • retiiro.: Mr Kogers; their pre-/. sented an-dlluminated addres...

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LOCLA COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

XOCAI. COURTS. ; ? rDr Black, B.M.,attends the/undermentioned. fe jplacfee -on the days specified, ^or tliefinrposeof V conduclang liocal Courts :—. •, ] SiataiiTiing, tfiird Wednesdoy each month ;Ka.rrogin, second Friday ekch month ^VjKojonup, £ Mr. T. &. Stanshuiy, CJeirk of ,Couri» at ^JKatahmhg, rishs; l£pjoinu|) every thiirdWed

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

CaX-YOI- Affoud to be without it. Sir. R. Sharpe, of Albany, was suffering from a serare cougltj'left us a legacy af'er »n attack of influenza. He was induced to try Cura eough, and the first dose gave hint instant relief. Proprietors, Campbell-Cochrane aud Co., chemists, Albany and Kavensthorpe. Local agent, C. A. Harris, storekeeper, Ka tamiing. * Notices. KATANNING KOADS BOARD. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held at the Katanning .Hall on Saturday, the 15th. March, for the purpose of considering! the advisability of Striking a Kate in connec tion with the Road Board. . ^ Meeting at 8 p.m. FA NO, iron-frame, full compass, 3'ri chord, new, by the celebrated maker Rosenor, £30; packed in case and put on rail. John Watts and Co., Albany, Transfer of Land Act, 1893, and the Heal Property limitations Act. 1878. 'HAEE NOTICE that Biehard Adolphus ! .1 Sholl, of Perth, in the State of Western; Australia, Deputy Postmaster General, has made application to be regis tered as the proprietor of an ...

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POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

POSTAL NCTiSES. Following" are the times at which mails are d espatched" from ^thc Post-Offices men tioned ' Xatam^ing*. Perth (daily), Sunday (Excepted 12'15 p.m. For Wagin, Narrogin, KJabballing, Pingelly and Beverlej (noon) For Albany daily, Sunday excepted Q p.m.), Brown Hill. Cranbrook, Mt. Barber, 3 p.m For Marracoonda, (^febkly), Ihursday's, 7 a.m f v For Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.m For Oidgelbarrup (weekly), Friday's, 7 a.m . - * Kojonup (weekly, Friday's, 1*30 p.m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

Trade HoMoes. WAGIN WAGON, CARRIAGE, & IMPLEMENT FACTORY. CL JTJST, PROPRIETOR. BLACKSMITH, "WHEELWRIGHT, asd MAtfHINIST. CaniiM, Pmri, Wsgoaa end all kind* of j Tthiwi Mad* or Rapairad. STOP 1 SET YOUR HAIR CUT I DEWAR & CO., HAIRDRESSERS, TOBACCONISTS, NEWSAGENTS, JLVD STATIONERS, Yfiiu'i Bnu»«, fittn Street, Kataaalag, tm Bbabds Tobaccos, Piraa, Cioabb, ABB dOABBTTBt, Loral Agccti for Metropolitan, lntuitat*, and Xngluh Xeiupapen and % Magaainaa. PAlfCY GOODS akd STATIONERY. ALEX. DOIG, BUTCHER * BAKER, WAG IN. i All Ordam Priaptlf iMiadrf t*.{ KATANINNG HOTEL. ®. XcUOS/fflu., Inyiittov. BeetBvaadsof Vimi ud Spirits. Firtt efaMsAecomnodation for Boarders. WM. J. ROGERS, CENTRAL ISTORES, KATANNING, - Earing taken orer the business lately carried . ojb by'M* C. A. Harris, is prepared to ■ \ supply all kinds of "ironmongery, DRAPERY, BOOTS, . GROCERY, xsn GENERAL STORES, ■ ^ At Lowest Pbices Fob Cash. ■s&V- ' T •':*& ^'-C~ ~ "" A Trial Solicited. . . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

GRAND CONCERT & BALL . . nr aid tr I'EN^IS CLUB. W^dnesaajr, March26, 1902,, - KATA3^ING A'iRlCtjLTURAL HALE. " IxBaKD Docble Qpabtettb, ; Songs, f rios, Duets, Quartettes,": . > Club a> xereiseSj Eecitatidne, ■ - . Instrumental Solos, Ac , &c. r 1 he Besr Programme ever submitted to a Eatanmngaudienee, to be followed by a DANCE. SPLENDID MUSIC! • t VPe.would "remind our country friends that jOn the 26£b of ILmsb Rjwai'b^ j'. ; f^JLL MOON: " Admission to Concert, ;2s and Is. Admission to Danee, Gent's 2s, Ladirs - -1 ; . - CBAND StJPPEE, PROVIDED. [Established 1891.] i R & 0. V IE 8 S E MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, AUSTRAL TERRACE, KATANNING. GENERAL STOCKS OF t >j Grocery, Ironmongery, ■ St Saddlery, I ' ANJ) All 2£inds of Farm and Station Requisites. In the DRAPERY, BOOT, and FANCY .DEPARTMENTS' we 1 are opening.a few lines of New Season's Goods, which are very choice. These Goods- are arriving: dailyi ahc ; we hope that in a(£ew weeks -al •will be dis...

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Money Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

"Money Orders. '• Isxajjd.—A'ofc exceeding £5, <Jd.; above £5, and ribt exceeding £10, Is.; above £10, andnot exceeding £15, Is. 6d.; above £15, and not. exceeding £20, 2s IKTEE3TA.TK.—Above £1 and not. exceeding £2, 9d.; above £2 and not exceeding £5, is. . 6d.; above £5 and not exceeding £7, 2s. 3d.; : above £7 and not exceeding £lOj 3s.; above "fj £lO 'and not exc^ding £l2, 3s. •Sdvabpye £12 and not exceeding £15, 4s. 6d«j.-Abojre . ^£15 and not exceeding £17, 5s. 3d.; fibdva £17 and.not exceeding £20,6s > ■ ' •. -

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WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

WISE AND OTHERWISE. Taking the Offertory.—It is told of Dean Gilbert Stokes that during a plague of in fluenza, which laid low bis ..verger as well as his two churchwardens, he asked a "neigh- ■ hour's coachman to take the offertory one j Sunday morning. "a.ake..Jthe what, sir?." asked the man, completely mystified by » word which to him" tfns "unknown: " Go round with the bag and take the offertory— the collection—the money from the people in' the pews," the Dean explained. The coach man seemed to understand what was required of him and consented. The offertory hymn began, and the coachman started- upon his new duties. Suddenly there was an unseemly interruption, and he was observed to be en gaged in angry altercation with two of the congregation seated in a prominent part of the church. The Dean peremptorily sum moned him to the altar rails. " What is it? " he asked, in consternation. "Why," said the coachman, " there's two men in the best seats what won't pay! " Only a Lawyer's G...

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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

Wacin. - -G. JusT, Coaclibuiider and General Black 4 Bmifcli ' 3, $}. H xfEtrKBj Saddler Get.!.,-t General Storekeeper 1 " A.";Mou-Air, Side and General Bayer ! . J. Facet,' Bootmaker ., rv - . , IJ: M. BCTiFiEiL^,' General Storekeeper •w ''F,^CXPtEa^E,Geuenil Storekeepers " A." Boj&, Buteher add Baker f ij. SerAtt, Wagin Hotel i.\; H.'Spit &&&,-Federal Hotel •

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The Subdivision of Margar den Estate. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

The Subdivision of Margar den Estate. Messrs Gall Bros," having decided to sub divide this beautiful estate, consisting of over 9,000 acres, into 27 farms,afew facts con cerning tiie same will, we feel sure, be accept able to intending purchasers. It I is situated seven miles from Uarrogin, and absolutely adjoins1 the Williams Townsite. Experts agree that there. is. no block of land its size ' in the State whjchcontaiiis so little poor land,: Almost every acre being: either good agricul tural .or grazing, land. The Sarrogih to Williams, and the Albany to Perth roads, run through the property, both' of which are splendidly metalled. Every care has been taken in subdividing/and the plans clearly show the nature of " the soil by the limber. Jam, manna, und York gum are the principal trees to be found on the property, and tliis is the best guide that can be given to those, who are looking but for good country. < Water is obtainable all over it by springs, creeks, and wells. M...

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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

Broome Hill. : vLfABCX, (Joachbuilder and; general Blacksmith '• . • • •/ . * . ' •••"'>' -' t^fc Jy , ;&AEEirE, Imperial Hotel'

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Useful Information. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902

Useful Information. The following letters with the replies are taken from the Agricultural Journal:— Mr F. C. Woods, Waterloo, writes :—" I am forwarding you a beetle for identification. A settler in this district a quantity has lost a quantity of apples about three parts grown, which fall from the tree, apparently been bitten off, or scooped close to the stem. The j beetle has been found amongstthe fruits, and seems to1 be the cause of the mischief." The' matter being referred to Mr Compere, he replies as follows: — " The insoct received from Mr Woods iB not, as he mentioned in his letter, a beetle, but is a species of Cuckoo fly, belonging to the family CArysididya. This is not in any way responsible for the damage to the apples complained of by Mr Woods. The following very interesting ac count of the family to which this species belongs is to be found in Professor Com stock's manual for the study of insects. 4 The Cuckoo-flies are wonderful creatures, being usually a brilliantly ...

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