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

Wagin. 'For Arrhur River," (Wednesday's), at noon For Eastwood fCroninrs) 8 a.ijj. Monday's for Westward (Norm Lake), 8 a an Thursday's For, Berth. and intermediate places, Mon day's, Tuesday's, Thursday's, Friday's, Satur day's, 2 p.m. -; Wednesday's, 6p.in ■ -For Albany, Safcanning, Broome Hill, Mt Barker, Monday, Wednesday, Thnrsday, Friday add Saturday's, at 1*20 p.m.; Tues day's, 6 p.m

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Money Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 March 1902

Money Orders. Iwjj&yD.—~$ob exceeding £5, €d.; abort? £5, and not exceeding: £10, Is.; above £10, . and not exceeding £15, la 6d.; abote £15, aud not exceeding £20^ 2s ■ Ikteestatc;—Above £1 and not exceeding £2,9d:; above £2 and not exceeding £5, Is. 6d.; above £5 and not exceeding £7, 2s.4id.; above £7 and not exceeding £10, 3b,; above £10 and not exceeding £12, 3s. above £12 and not exceeding £15, 4s. 6d.; abovg £15«nd . not exceeding £17, 5b.'--3d.V .bboye' £17 and Mob exceeding £20,6s ■ "

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rates of Postages. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 March 1902

Bates of Postages* 1 Lett-Ehs.—If delivered at any Post-Office for delivery within the postal delirery limit of ench'office, for every ioz., or fraction (up to 51bs3 Id. Beyond .such limits, for every £oz. or or fraction of £oz., up to 3lbs, (dimen sions. not'to exceed the maximum allowed for packets), 2d Post Cabds.—If posted at any post-office for delivery within the postal delivery of such office. |d.; bevQnd such limits Id Packbts.—For every 2ozs or fraction j»f 2ozs, up to 41bs Id ' ; IVewspapees.—Printed and posted in the Colony for delivery beyond the boundaries of the City or Town at which they may he pub lished, and .posted within one. week from date of publication not exceeding lOozsj' free. For ever* 'additional lOozs or fraction of lOozs (each) id. For- each newspaper posted 7 days after publication, not exceeding lOpas, Id. For every additional lOozs or fraction of lOozs, Id. Newspapers must be posted 4>ne hour before the closing: of the mail by which they are intend...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LAND SETTLEMENT. SOME INSTRUCTIVE STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 March 1902

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MINING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 March 1902

i Arthur Perkins, age 26, was killed at the G-oiden Horseshoe Mine, at ^ j>> | the Boulder, yesterday ^ by .falliug-""" 7 , from a cage. His head was almost ^ severed from the body. -*

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NARROGIN NOTES. March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 March 1902

(FROM" OUii conRESPONDENT.) March 15. A cricket match was played to-day i on the recreation reserve between j teams representing -Cubalhng and Narrogin. Although the y.euther was intensely hot a very enjoyable after noon was spent, not only by the par ticipators in the match, but by the spectators. The following players represented Narrogin:—W LGraham, .T Graingei1, P «J Turvey (eaplain), Kennedy, T P O'Connor, p < ('Connor, S Kealiy, S Quinn, Eld ridge, Lefrey, and Chipper, Cuballing was repre sented by the following players':—E Davy, B, Davy. Butler. 3J Nicholls, F Hardie, II White, J; Fitts sen.. W Hardie, j Barron, li Firts, and F Fitts. The Narrogin captain won the toss, and elected to send his men in to bat. The Narrogin team with the exceptiou of Mr P J Tyrvev (the captain) and C Quinn, made a very poor stand, and were all disposed of for 55 runs. The Caballing players then went in to bat to the bowling of Air T P .O.'Connor spid .Mr-Tu^yey,,.1 It was soon evident ...

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

Broome Hill. For Kojonup, Wednesday 12"30 p.m For Salt Fiver, every other Friday, 9 a.in 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.)

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 March 1902

Good yon the Little Ones.—Mrs. H, Oowden,of Albany, saysI have heenusing your Curaoopgii for the; children, as they ate' subject to conghs, and catch eold very easily, =«s indeed all children do m Albany.; - I hare found Cnrac6»gh thb1 liest, Jjprepai^oh fbr suteh ailments, effecting a care in every case." It is n&t "alone good for children, asVI have' used it for .a chronic cough—with splendid results—from which I have suffered for rears. Proprietors, Campbell-Cochrane and Co., 'chemists, Albany. Local agent, C. A. Harris, Katanning.—Advt.

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POSTAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 March 1902

POSTAL NOTICES. Following are the times at which mail6 are despatched from the Post-Offices men tioned :— , Katanning. Perth (daily), Sunday excepted 12" 15 p.m. For Wagin, ISarrogin, Cabballing, Pingelly and Beverley (noon) For Albany daily, Sunday excepted 13 p.m.), Brown Hill. Cranbrook, Mt. Barker, 3 p.m For Marracoonda, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.m For Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 u.m . ffjor Gidgelbarrup (weekly), Friday's, 7 a.ro Kojonup (weekly, Friday's, 1'30 p.m

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 March 1902

; Le^bai^s Coffees Palace' building is a model to behold, but the greatest surprise of all is experienced^ when the dining table is patronised. * NOTHING tlKE OIL. "In dealing with man, remember test it spoonful-of oil will go farther' than a, gallon of' vinegar." . The game in&y be said of children. There is nothing ' so good 'for • children as the old-fashioned castor. oil. However much they afehlpit tt^ 'it^;.their hest ' medicine ibr disorders of_tiie bowels. / Lithei nirostsevere cases of diarrhoeii. and dysentery! ' however, 'Ohatoberlain's; Colic, lOholera and Diarrhoea Remedy should oil operates, and a quiet cure is sure, to fol low. For sale by F. and G, Piesse, Hatan ning and Wagin; ;

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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FARM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 March 1902

A pitiful storywas told:\iQ' McCullocb, the Minister for-- Public, Works, 'Victoria, from. Monbulk, 1 dale, and Ferntree {3uijy.; Tbe'settierB.: bad come to see tbe/MinisMr in regard tq^proyid ipgsomer^d work for them, 'soibat^ to fcdep them Agoing; •■ but that,- o'ving' to . the■■{4 liad not been able to dispose of "their"' raspberry- crops for two .-years' "pa^st,. they were at " their wits* end to know - what to do for a living." * Some- jpf tbem declared that ;they Were ou the verge of J d arvat ion. Ope man he bad a wife and - eight children, hn'd -was on his'last c,raster It was Claimed): byrihedeputation thg!t in^^.Wrdertdsa^-d^ ■themselves as tnucTj.'as possible they had established, a Co-operative Jam * Factory at Ferntree Gully. There ] they manufactured. the purest of jam,-; hut they tiew foiiiid'that it was very difficult to get rid of jL Ibis jam, it, was said, was put up in three-dozen cases, which were sphhaiS 7s a dozen tins. Jjfar-.; SScCnljUwhv^iw^ur.i^-'--^eiy^ sy...

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

A Boon to Motiiees.-—If you wish your children to have beautiful- hair and clean, wholesome heads you must use Barry's Nur sery-Hair Lotion, whiefy cleanses the head and dfcstixjys all parasites. Bottles Is 3d; -Gnmp'' bell-Cochrane and Co., chemists, Albany- j Local agents, C. A. Harris, storekeeper, Ea tanning.* JCotices. POUND, a €fold Brooch. Owner can have same by paving , expenses. - V1 ) * ' ,T. Mc RON ALT), ; Hairdresser, Eatanning. XTTANTED to- SELL. Two Second-hand. W Stump-jump PLOUGHS. " . A. WV BICHTEB, ; v Eatanning. GREAT SOUTHERN 7WBTRTC7 PAS tobae and Agricultural - SOCIETY. ' . A PPLICATTONS are invited- front per :jOL , sons-? willing - to act. afe Secretary to the above. Salarv £25 per annum, payable ■quarterjv. . . Applications to- be in'the hands ■of the;Secretary not Ja'er than A pril S. T. W. L ANGLE Y, Steeretary. A LTERNATlYETENDERSwlll be re- ' jCjL ceived by Edward Barnett andyGo..7 j Albany^ till: Slst March r. :(1) Fbr::fcbe- puv- j ■chase, of TOO acres...

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The Subdivision of Margarden [?]state. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 22 March 1902

The Subdivision of Margarden Sstate. Messrs Gull Bros, having decided to sub divide tliis beautiful e-tate, consisting of over 9,000 acres, into 27 farms, a lew facts con cerning the same will, we feel sure, be accept able to intending purchasers. It is situated seven miles from JS'arrogin, and absolutely adjoins tlie Williams Townsite. Experts agree that there is no, block of Laid its rise in the State which contains so little poor land, almost every acre being eitner good agricul tural or grazing land The Karrogiu 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 timber. Jam, manna, and York gum are the principal trees to be found on the property, and this is thwhest guide that can be given to those who are looking out for good country. Water is obtainable ail over it by springs, creeks, and wells. Much of the land has been ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ARTHUR RIVER. March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

ARTHUR RIVER. (mOX.OPB COBBESPOXDBXT.) March 25. On Wednesday, the 19th inst., the return cricket match Darkan v. Arthur was played on the Maybrook cricket ground. Before 11 a.m. many visitors arrived. Wickets were pitched at 11.30, the toss having been won by the Arthur team. They sent their opponents in, which resulted in their last wicket fall ing for 30, including byes. When lunch was called, which was provided by Mr and Mrs William Fleay (of Maybrook), which all agreed was a credit to them, and waB generally remarked it was not the first cricket dinner that they had provided. At about 2 p.m. the Arthur boys were at their wickets and made a fair stand for 69, Parkau immediately taking their second innings, and with good, steady play knocked up 112, leaving the Arthur-with 73 to win, but as the day was drawing to a close 6tumps had to be drawn, with Arthur 23 and four men to bat. Owing to arrangements being made prior to commencement of the game it was therefore a drawn game. A d...

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SHEEP ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

SHEEP ON THE FARM, j Professor Lowrie, when speaking at the thirteenth congress of the Agricultural -Bureau of "outh Australia, in September last, at Adelaide, touched, amongst other matters, on the value of a flock of sheep to the farmer. 1 lie " Journal of Agriculture'* of South Australia reports that Lhe professor said, as follows :— " In this direction greater development is possible, and we can do more than we have done in the past through artificial manures. It is going to return money to us in a larger increase. 1 will give you an illustration of the value of this work, and the advantage gained from running sheep over the stubble land. This year I have 168 Blieep and 104 lambs in a field of 150 acres, which must be considered good when the carrying capacity of the land previous to the use of these mauures is taken into consideration. As far as 1 can read it, it seems to me to be able to carry from half as much again to double &6 much. That land, ten years ago, would n...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CONCERT AT CRANBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

CONCERT AT CRANBROOK, A concert was given at Cranbrook bj tbe children attending the State school, assisted \ by adults, on the evening of Friday, March 21,■ when a programme comprised of vocal and musical items were gone through by the following r—Mrs and Miss N. ■ Climie, Mr Monck Mason, Master Albert and Doris Gil lam, Misses Climie and Messrs Carrie and Mason, Mrs Climie, Miss Pqpliam, and Miss Lily GHlam. A solo partly composed by Mr Currie was encored. The children ac-' quitted themselves creditably. During the1 evening Mr- Townsend presented Mrs Climie (on behalf the teacher and scholars) with a set of solid silver manicure instruments in re cognition of her many services! In conclud ing, he thanked her for her valuable assist ance in bringing all her undertakings to a successful issue in the past. Mrs Climie; suitably responded. '

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

WISE AND OTHERWISE. A former resident of Katannirig, who in the early days performed the duties of un dertaker, tells a remarkable story of the sagacity of a dog. A person had died about twenty miles from here, and the under- ■ taker took a coffin out and brought, the body to Katanning, where it was interred. The dog was tied up when the funeral left the deceased's Lite residence, but one' evening at dusk, about a fortnight after the interment, the undertaker visited the grave with the in tention of topping it up, when to his horror he saw something, emerge from the tomb. He dropped his shovel and /made for his. home, but when about to enter the door he looked,: around and saw a dog upon hi6 heels. This somewhat allayed his fear, and after a while he plucked up courage to re-visit the grave, when he found that the faithful animal, after a fortnight's absence from home of its owner had found the grave, scratched a hole deep enough to expose the coffin, en the top of which, the ex-und...

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MINISTERIAL VISIT TO KATANNING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

MINISTERIAL VISIT TO KATANNING Dr. Jameson, Minister of Lands, and Mr H. S. Stanford, the local Government land agent, reached here by the mail train at 4 p.m. on Wednesday morning. Mr. F. H. Piesse, member for the district, j was the first to give a welcome, which he did at 7 a.m. Dr. Jameson was up bet:me, and before breakfast had inspected the present building used as a lands office, which is only fit lor Salamander—the heat registered there at 5 u.m lately was ninety-two—whereas in winter it is i ntensely cold. Xu the presence of the Minister, between seven and eight in the morning, three young members of the Trimming family applied tor three thousand acres as grazing leases and their homestead farm—of one hundred and sixty acres each. These men attending the office before break fast, and having their applications fixed up and receipts given straight away—was evi dence of the genuine demand for land in this district. The proposed site of the new Lands Office, opposite the 'Weste...

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Narrogin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

Uarrogin. For Clarke's (eastward) Wednesday 10.30 a.m. For Williams Wednesdays and Saturdays, 1 p.m. For Albany and intermediate stations, daily at 11.30 For Perth and intermediate stations, daily at 3.30 p.m

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Williams. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

Williams. day: For Mar radon g and Davlorking, Tliurs- I its at 7.30 a.m. !

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