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Taylor-Carrington Company. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902
Taylor-Cariis^^ In th e 3^11-.on ' day night last the Taylor -Carrington Dramatic and Lyric Cpjn^aify staged Mrs, IIenry Woods*' popular, work " East Lyiine'";bef^^ of about 150. The Bubstaiice.vof this1 drama, is so well knOwn'tbat ;recapitn iation is unnecessary.: The suspicions of a jealous W3fe, :-aggraiyated b^ the villanv of .an unmitigated. scoundrel, soon terminated tbe^bmestic^|felicity' of Eichard Cariyle^ and the 'sub sequent episodes leading up .to tHe ■ death oflihdy yfeabiai^;v3iid.hotelier adduce. 'eyiden&lt;^:V'toX^^q^|i&^e^c nature, which': '■ able under stances, The two leadipg characters, Lady Isabel and Captain . Levison, impersonated by Ella ^rrington and Charles Taylor received,;; and, notwithstanding the villainous duplicity Ipf. the3aiter;:''he frequently, enjoyed with Lady Isabel the well-earned approbation/of the audience. ■i^Villis^'as " Born? " Carlyle, and J. E.'Haynes as 'Dill" Carlyle'sconfidentiaiclerk, captured the appreciation of the...
Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902
Wagin. For Arthur River, (Wednesday's),- at noon For Eastwood.(Crotiin's) 8 a.m. Monday's For Westward (Norm Lake), 8 a.m Thursday's For Perth, and intermediate places, Mon day's, Tuesday's, Thursday's, Friday's, Satur day's, 2 p.ni;; Wednesday^, 6 p.m For Albany, Kata lining, Broome Hill,.Mt Barker, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday's, at T20 p.m.; Tues day's, 6 p.m
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902
' The t following business pe^le \haTe ia3 VerlaBements appearing in this issue j—-. c . ' . / -■> Katanningv •••' * IT !& G: Piessb, General Merchants Cabs Bros., -Draper. W 31'i BoaifJifi,® General Storekeeper ■&lt;. y P A'iiBacKj Sadoiier ^ Wsff/'BiKBBj Buijcber - ^ * M IiBbajj,-Coffee i aladb A- "W.; BrcHTEE, General Blaelcsmith and JoaeKbiiiWer McLeod, Katanniiig- Hotel A . E; : > Wis 4 Co'.y JHairdresserSj.Sfca-. iK)ners,«tc •. ' • ' , ; O f !W4j>KE, Machinery Agent • ■. J Gorao, Fruiterer, etc ■ •' -
Rates of Postages. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902
&ates of Postages. ■Letteks.—If delivered al. any Post-Office for delivery within the postal delivery limit of such office, for every soz., or fraction (up to 51bs, Id. Beyond such limits, for every Joz. or or fraction of ioz., up to 31bs, (dimen sions not to exceed the maximum allowed for packets), 2d Post Cabds.—If posted at any post-pffiee for delivery within the postal delivery of such' offlee, Id.; beyond such liinits Id ; i . , Packets.—For every 2ozs or fraction of 2ozs, up to 4lbs Id ; V Kewspapebs.—Printed and posted in the Colony for delivery beyond the boundaries of the City or Town, at which they may be pub lished, and. posted within one, «eek .from date of publication not exceeding lOozs, free. For every additional lOo/.s or fraction of lOozs (each) |-d: For each newspaper posted 7 days after publication, not exceeding lOozs, Id.. For every Additional lOozs or fraction of lOozs, Id.. Kewspapers must be posted one -hour before the closing of the mail by : which t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902
' Ik the country one often requires little articles from lie chemist, but when there Ib, uo chemist near wh»t.are we to do? ; JtiBt, send your order, no matter how small, diredtr' to Cainpbell-Cochraue aud Co., chemiste, Albany, who will attend to it at once. *• E v. A Boon to Motheeb.—If you wish your children to have beautiful hair and clenn, wholesome beads you must use Band's Nur sery Hair Lotion, which cleanses the head and destroys all parasites. Bottles Is 3d. Camp bell-Oochrane . and Co., chemists,; Albany.; Local agents, C. A. Hands, storekeeper, Ka tanning.* _ ; The Katanning Coffee Palace can not be sui passed foT meals and beds. The best ot -attention.^
BROOME HILL ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902
The monthly meeting of the above was held on Saturday last when there : were present —Messrs Nprrish1 (chairman) ;• * Game, Darcy, Jordan, and the secre tary. The minutesof the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. - St* ^ .. „ _ ..=^, allotted to th*» Board for thte'di/ancial year ending .Tune 30,-1902. which wilk be paid b$ir.';iiiv ■Rest ,as «oPn asdve >iow working in lliisTdistrict &lt;,er^Lica-' ling Stiulc^vort,^-add,jlbindfi|k,beph»i5at'Oj A. letter from A."' C;^Fiayer^'|F^r-f warding forms for the colleotipm.of statistical returns for the December 81 10OL 6|lfi||®ll^l from JJ: C. fHfton, witfe|^JrM|5 cation 122 attached fbi* cpmpiet|p)H V; from A. Gee, stating that Jin^a^ making application for Carpedup fee-'; serve; aud asking i£'%e*Bt^f^c^iSd; recommend that- same: be gi»¥tedv :!|^n? the motion, of Mr Darcy, seconded by Mr Saggers, it was resolved; that/Mr; GeeVretjuent could not he entdrtaSPedJ as the said reserve wili^ he very useful* v ' ^ ^ ! S Letter f...
CORRESPONDENCE. THE NARROGIN CEMETERY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902
THE NARROGIK CEMETERY. TO THE EDITOE. Sir,—Be the matter of Narrogin Cemetery and " Inquisitive," as a minister of religion in Narrogin permit me to state that neither, my predecessor nor myself have.had, nor have, we, any voice in the management of its ceme tery. We must bury in the great unfeneed so-called " unconsecrated " area. With refe } renee to the grave mentioned. At,the time, ! we moved in the matter, but, without result. | Immediately on comiug here, I again moved in the matter, and am now awaiting a reply I from headquarters. I will pass over the [ cheap" throw ol¥" at us poor, harmless ministers. I thank your correspondent and yourself for any help in straightening matters •out. .The real fault lies in a negligent "public. It has the remedy in its own hands. • At the next pub Jc meeting let there Be re presentative nifen on the 'spot nominated,and' i t heir names forwarded to the Authorities, along with a motion asking that these'names be added to the (existing. -Cemete...
PERTH REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902
PERTH REPORT. Messrs. F. and C. Piesse, produce merchants1 Perth, report for the -week ending March 12, ]902:— Chaff is coming forward in large quan ties, and more than sufficient for present market requirements, consequently prices have not improved. We do not see much prospect of a recovery for some time unless supplies ease off. Fruit is coming forward in increased quantities, and prices have been well maintained for good; stuff, which is always saleable, but inferior is hard to quit. Careful packing and selection are in tne inte rests of both buyers and sellers. Chaff.—Prime samples, £3 10s to £3 15s ; good feed, £3 5s to £3 7s fid ; inferior, 30s to 55s, truck lots. Wheat.—Truck lots, 4s Id to 4s 2d; smaller lots, 4s 4d%o 4s 6d. Oats.—Algerians, 3s 4d to 3s 6d; New Zealtinds, 4s 2d to 4s 3d ; Tasmanians, 4s 2d-to4s 3d; crushed, 3d extra. Maize.—4s WOd to 5s ; - crushed, 5s to 5s 3d. ' ■' ... • ■ v, . .. Bran.—£7 5s per ton, very firm. Pollard.—£7 5s, also firm.' Oil Cake—Singap...
WAGIN BAPTIST CHURCH. HARVEST THANKSGIVING AND FOUNDATIGN-STONE LAYING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902
mk HARVEST THANKSGIVING AND* EOUNDATIGN-STONE LAYING. xne annual Harvest tnanBsgmn^semces or the Wagin Baptist Church W^re'vield hh:?- ' . Sunday last, whaii akuge^congregationf" come from JRefcSi* ^orl»?|^^i9i^d;the"cere mony of new church on Tuesday. , On that day, notwithstanding ah element' of sadness being cast upon the proceedings . by the burial of Mt R. Watson on'Mpu'd&y^ a most successful funetioh tool place,, the Rev. Alfred Metters, of Katanning (super intendent of Baptist Home J Missions, on the Gr.S.K.), conducted the proceedings,' which,:; began with the h^in ^' Tbe Ohurch's. one foundation," and addiesBed... .the gathering.v : There was, he said, inuchgratifieation in the ; i advance of the denomination: in this St»te'; t|iafrmthin jfafc-tweekej$ii&■iw&e-jkrmpW toe fuunsdataoh; maintained >a progress in a-eplendid manner. ^ey'rejoiced. ^ inasmuch that, sS their aim wks hot the spread: v ;y of sectarianism, hilt,. while holding firmly to . .■...
MOOJEBING V MARRACOONDA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902
MOOJEBINff- Y. MABBACOOMDi. On "Saturday last teams representing the above clubs" met on the ground of the lat ter, the result being a *w£n for the home team by four runs. _ Moojebing batted four .-men r«horti Sdores—^J^arracbohda.;' T Meharry, *, b Saddleton, ©; S QuaHaermairie, b Saddle r 'ton, 5; A Prossea, bfiafferty, 4; S Meharry,; e sub, b Haddleton, ©;j3 tjuartennaine, e Newton, b Bafferty, 9; T Casey, ran out, ^ 3' W Meharry, b Haddleton, 17; F Severin, b Saddleton, 4 3 B Quartermaine, not out, 16 5 A S Meharry, b Haddleton, 14 3 G An drews, c sub, b Haddleton, .2 ; sundries, 3; total,' 81. Howling: Rafferty, 2 for* 38; Haddleton, 7 for 40. Mobjebing.—T Saddleton, b A Prosser, 14; W Rafferty, not out, 31; A Newton, b S Meharry, 12; A Wreford, c W N' eharry. b Prosser, 1 W Sierle,- Ibw, b A" Prosser, .4; "J Baker, b S Meharry, 8; E Beid, b Si Me harry, 1; total, 77. Bowling: T Casey, nil for. 29;. A Prosser. 3 for 19 ; S Meharry, 3 for 17. The premiership list for the Kaianni...
SPORTING. Cricket. KATANNING V. WOODANILLING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902
Cricket. KMTANNING V. WOODi-NILtrK/J.' The Kiiianmijg cricketers journeyed to Woodaniltfng oh Saturday lastVahdinet the representatives ;*>f , that club for the third ■tame, this -season. The latter had first hse Of the wicket, and pat .together/154- before the fail of, the last wicket, Luke ■ Boll carrying his.hat for -74, -wbieh • wete* puk ^etijfer ■ by good cricket, Tiarly Au opportunity was lost' fcb : stnuip hint, hud a little oh ;h&lt;s was .missed at'ipid-wjelret; but. with ' the * exception of these, . his innings "was an exceedingly good one. A t about fire o'clock ilje ^risiiors took possession of the Wickets b ut. made ,-a. - very poor start, the fire first inen falling.for the^sirej^.tbtaiof 19 ; 15 Baker and'J McLeod h'owercr cjpiie to the rescue and raised the score to 38, when the former was given out lbw to Hell, it Bell, who bowl-'d from the southCrn cnd was at his best, consequently each ball had to be .treated with the greatest respect. t the coll of t...
Uniformity of Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902
Uniformity of Wool. Professor Thomas Shaw, writing "to "the WeeTcly Chronicle, U.S..A., says : —Unifor mity hi a fleece of wool adds much to its value. But to understand its value it-is necessary to understand what, is meant fey uniformity. It has reference to several phases, bearing &lt;»n quality' more or less directly, as, for vnst»nce, similarity with refer rehee to distribution over the body, similarity in length, and similarity .in, density and elas ticity. These are ; the inore prominent of .the jessepHalsim unlfoi-m wooL . ;v Whentbewool is, possessed of much re-: semblance in character over all parts, of-the body, it is said t o be uniform as to qualityi frequently it is hot;, thus distributed as io that, fdathrei hertaih pdjrit® of the bddy and q uite coarse on ■.certhin^'• .other'; parts. ^Spmetimi^^ it is -nbt; :uniform in curl, and sometimes it is riotjrni-: ;formin crimp. The greater the .resemblance ; rip.jdh.essbnfcials.in the; various .-properties j .^liich-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 15 March 1902
•^.Ws are'in a position to fapply you wifh all &md&jofj§J^s, cuemiealsy vpatent medicines, ^ei^ume^ 'surgical appiian*6cs3:W^drfes," pkd- i tbgraphic material, nursery and sick-room requisites, etc., etc., at the lowest possible prices,, as we are direct English, A meriean and Continental buyers in wholesale quanti ties;' All orders of 10s. or over sent carriage paid. Campbell-Cochrane and Co., chemists, Albany. * > -
WOODANILLING v. MOOJEBING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 March 1902
WOODASTIXIKG V. MOOJEBING. The above match was played at Mopjebhig on Saturday late, and rteulted In an easy win for the Visitors. The home team -winning the toss tent their opponents in, who closed their ' ; inningis'for 149 for fivewickeds. 'Moojebing/ responded with 44 runs. Following are the scores :-r— \ .WOOBANIELIKG. A Wilson, c Kelly, bTHaddletotf •.. R Bell, b Rafierty ... ..J. Ii Bell, e Newton, b Wreford • .. W Ferors, c J Haddteton, b Raffieriy ... H Cronin, b Rafierty /.... , v ... E Cooper, not out ... , * y.. - ... D Wilson, not out ... •' ). Sundries. .:. ^ v r... * ;■ . . ■ ' Total for five wickets • .. ■ : MO07BBIK6. ^ • W Keliy, run out ,. ~W Rafierty, c ETBell, b Ferors .. T Haddleton, b Ferors ... A Newton,;Ibw, Cornelius . ... C Hepworth b B Bell ... C Stewart, c Wilson, b R Bell .., &lt;3- Wreford, b Cornelius ... . ... J Haddleton, b Cornelius A Bay, c Cooper, b D Wilson R Wreford, b Cornelius ... A Wreford, not out... Sundries, ... ... Total ... ' .....
SPORTING. Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 March 1902
Cyicket. The following players Bare Been selected to , represent Katanning District Association ai Albany on Good Friday and Saturday;—A Wilson, W Ferors, B. Jforrisb, T Casey, T W Langley, IT Baker, W T Fafferty, It & Hughes, J Tonkin, W Folland, A Prosser, and S Temby. Members are1 requested to be :jat the station early on Thursday afternoon io' get tickets.
KOJONUP A. & H. SOCIETY. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] March 20. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 March 1902
KOJONUP jS. & H. SOCIETY. [fBOM OTTB COR RESPONDENT.! March 20. 1 The annuol autumn show was held on , Monday, Mnrch 17- There was a splendid show of fruit, especially apples, and it is questionable whether a better assortment has been seen in this titute. Mr W. E. Foley, from the Tipper "Blackwood, carried off all the principal prizes in this class. The atten dance of the public was poor, and the show has resulted in a loss of about £5 to the society. This is most unfortunate. These shows are supposed to hare an educating effect, but if they are not supported by the public they cannot possibly last. It is a pity, as the show, taking it all round, was by far the best (as far as exhibits are con cerned! that Kojonup has held. The secre tary, Mr J. M. Flanagan, worked hard, and deserved more encouragement. The follow ing are the prize-winners :— Section « —Cut Flowees.—Best Collec tion Cut Flowers: First prize, 5s ; second prize, 2s 6d. Not- less than six varieties.— F Watts, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 March 1902
A CEBTAIN CUEE F0B DYSENTEBY AND DtAREHGEA. ' . " Some years ago I was one of a party that intended mating a long bicycle' trip," says F.L.,Taylor, of Jfew Albany, Bradford>Co., •Ya^' TT.S.A.. " I; was taken suddenly with disiriusa, and was abootto give up the trip, wheriioditec Ward, of the Laeeyville.jKiessew ,?er, suggested that I take a dose of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Xkiarrhosa Eemedy. j purchased a bottle and look;two doses,one hrfoip starting and oneonthe route. ;I made the trip successfully: and neyer-felt iaiiy jll to vex your" best friend, tread On his corns. If yon want to please Mm, advise him to use " Curacorn," the positive corn cure; never known to fail. Bottles Is. "Proprietors, Bpcal agent, C. A. Harris, Eatanning.4 • : • - • ;
SERIOUS CRIME IN AUSTRA[?]A. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 March 1902
SERIOUS CRIME IN During the last few months serious crime has seemed to be unusually promineht in the columns of the Australian metropolitan news papers. Hardly a day passes without the happening of one or more criminal events of a kind which cannot fail to arrest universal attention, llie morning journal gathers to itself the important news of the whole con tinent, By the telegraphed exchange of news simultaneous publication of any startling item in all the centres of population in Aus tralia is assured. But this system has been in operation for many years, and does not account for the recent apparent increase of serious crime. We say apparent increase, because hereafter the statistics may show that criminal deeds have not increased dispro portionately to the increase of population, and in that ease the inference would be that the public mind has been deceived by the ex ceptional character of much recent wrong doing. The sin against society that is com monplace, that has no novel f...