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Rates of Postages. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

Sates of Postages. Letters.—If delivered at any Post-Office for delivery within the postal delivery limit of such office, for every |oz., or fraction (up to 5Ibs. I-!. Beyond such limits, for every §oz.oi* or fraction of ioz., up to 3Ibs, (dimen sions not to exceed the maximum allowed for packets), 2d Post Cajibs.—Tf posted at any post-office for delivery within the postal delivery of such office, id.; bevond such limits Id Packets.^—For' every 2ozs or fraction oi 2ozs, up 1o 41bs Id Newspapers.—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 neek from date of publication not exceeding lOozs, free.. For evert additional lOozs or fraction of lOozs (each) |d. For each newspaper posted 7 day:? after publication, not exceeding lOozs, Id. For every additional IGozs or fraction of lOozs, Id. Newspapers must be posted one hour before the closing of the mail by which they are intended t-o go

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

XiOCAZa COURTS. Br Black, B.M., attends the undermentioned places on the days specified, for the purpose of ^ conducting Local Courts :— Xatanning, third "YVednesdoj each month Narrogin, second Friday each month , Wagin, third • viday each month Fojonup, last Friday each month Mr. T. H. Stanshury, ^3ierk of Courts at v Fatanning, visits Kojonup every third Wed it^iesday

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

Money Orders. 1NX&ND.—j>ot exceeding £5, 6d.; above £5, and not exceeding £10; Is.; above £10, and not exceeding £15, Is. 6d.; above £15, and not exceeding £20, 2s Iktebstate.—Above £1 and not exceeding £2, 9d.; above £2 and nob exceeding £5, Is. | 6d.; above £5 and not exceeding £7, 2s. 3d.; above £7 and not- exceeding £10, 3s.; above £10 and not exceeding £12, 3s. 9d ; abore j £12 and not exceeding £15, 4s. 6d.; above £15 and not exceeding £17; 5s. 3d.; abova ,£17 and not exceeding £20, 6s

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

"Wagin. C. Just, Coachbuilder and General Black smith J. C. H. Nenke, Saddler C. L. Geee. General Storekeeper A. Mou an, Hide and General Buyer ! J. Facry, Bootmaker F. M. Bcttfield, General Storekeeper .F. & C. Piesse, General Storekeepers A. Boig, Butcher and Baker J. Spuatt, Wagin Hotel * H. Speagg, Federal Hotel

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

WEST AETHER EGAD-5 BOARD. 'ij^TOTICE.— Wheel and Dog Taxes are | il Due to the above Board, and must be { paid to. the -Secretary (C F. Brown) on or I ■ before Ap"! 1st, 1902. WILLIAM FLEAY, Chairman. BEOOMFj hill foals board. , A Ta MEETIKG of the,above Board, held ui. at Broome-Hill on the 13th day of vvOeioh'er, 190'. , it waS> resolved to take, for the ■:.pnrposf of opening a new line of communica -Mon, a-strip of land one chain wide, leaving Brassej. fioad (Eo 1097). at the Eorth-west •.corner of C.P. 15/1471 (593) and extending • us surveyed "O.P.'s Kojonup 210 and 211 in a general 'south - westerly direction, passing tlirough C.P. 381/74 (1230) to Corinyup Pocjj and thence in a westerly direction, - passing along the south boundary of Kojonup ^Location 379 to the «outh-east corner of Location 264, thence west passing along its % south boundary to the south-east corner of Location 122. (Plans S 30 ana 31). « THOMAS ifORRlSH, ^ Chairman/ . " . . [Established 1880.] F. &a...

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

Broome Hill. C. Daecy, Coachbuilder and General Blacksmith W. M. Gabbity, Imperial Hotel

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THE BOER WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

THE BO EH \YAK Be IjA. Bet's latest eoup" in the Vvr estern Transvaal is mortifying Indeed. At the e^d of two years' guerilla fighting, succeeding six mouth? of regular warfare, the Boers can attack in the open and defeat badly a. British force not far their inferior in numbers, drive over 500 mounted men in flight for miles, and capture one of the most prominent generals on our side, with guns and baggage. Lord Methuen is, in fact, Lord Kitchener's senior, and Would " rank " him save for the local rank conferred upon the latter while com manding in South Africa. Moreover, Methuen was (with the exception of Sir John French) about the only British general in the field Who had' served continuously almost from the outbreak of hostilities. • A. contem-' poi'ary remarks that he landed with Buller, and has been active in good and evil fortune ever since, while men with half his record of hard service had been re-called as war wearied veterans long ago. Bitterly attacked after Magersfontei...

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

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. The following business people have ad vertisements appearing in this issue :— Katanning. F. & C' Piesse, General Merchants Cass Bros., Draper. Wm J Ro&eiis, General Storekeeper PA Beech:, Saddler War. Baker, Butcher • M JjEBAD, Coffee Palace j A. ~W. Tvichtee, Generul Blacksmith and tJoachhuilder G. McLuob, Katanniug Hotel A. E. >-EWAR & Co., Hairdressers, Sta tioners, etc C F Wanke, Machinery Agent . J Gould, Fruiterer, etc

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

WWpw—wgnwnmw urn i imii mwacww——imiit t POSTAL NOTICES. f Following are * lie times at which mails are despatched from the Post-Offices men tioned :— Katanning. Perth (daily), Sundar excepted 1215 p.m. For Wngin, Narrogin, Cubballing, Pingelly and Beverle_\ (noonl For Albany dailv, Sunday-excepted 03 p.m.), Brown Hill. Crnnhrook, Mt. Barker, 3 p.m For Marmcoonda. (weekly), Thursday's,17 . a.rn ? For Moojebing, (weekly), Thursday's, 7 a.m Ear Gidgclbarrup (weekly), Friday's, a.m Kojonup (weekly, Friday's, 1*30 p.m

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

Trade Hctioes. WAGrll^ WAGON, CARRIAGE, & IMPLEMENT FACTORY. O. CTTTST1, PEOPBllTOR. BLACKSMITH, WHKKIWRIGHT, and MACHINIST. Carriages, Drars, Wagons, and all kind* of j Yakiues ' ade or Repaired. I SET YOUR HAIR CUT 1 DKWAR::k CO., HAIRDRESSERS, TOBACCONISTS, NEWSAGENTS, ANI) ' , STATIONERS, Wivn't OjFiiDnov Olive Street, Xatanning, -Bear Bu«M laiiocos, PtM«r Cloine, - ; . mo CielavrtKS. Koeal A(Mitl for Metropolitan, Interstate, attd Englltlt Newspapers and ( Miputno, FARCY GOODS and STATIONERY. •oi pepua^iy jtydmajj w*|«o IIY v'NIBV M 'H513TVH V HaHOXntt 'Gioa X31V KATANINNG HOTEL. G- MoLSOD, Jour., Proprietor. Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. First-, class Accommodation for Hoarders. WM. J. ROGERS, CENTRAL (STORES, KATANNIXG, HaTiiig taken over the business Iutelr carried on by Mr O. A. Harris, is prepared to ■ - supply all kinds of IKfeMOJVOEEY, •/. DK APERY, BOOTS, GROCERY, AND | GENERAL STOKES, : ■ At Lowest Prices For Cash. A Trial Balirited. Trade Hotieeo. WAG IN H...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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Wagin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

Wagin. For Arrliur Rirer, (Wednesday's), at noon For East-wood (Cronin's) 8 a.m. Monday's j For Westward (Norm Lake), 8 a.m J Thursday's j For Perth. and intermediate places, Mon- | day's, Tuesday's, Thursday's, Friday's, Satur- 1 day's, 2 .p.m.; Wednesday's, 6 p.in ' For Albany, Katanning, Broome Hill, Mt Barker, Mouday, Wednesday, Thursday, \ Friday and Saturday's, at 1*20 p.m.; Tues- 1 day's, 6 p.m j

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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Broome Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

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

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

If you want an excellent ni eal at v •• moderate rates try LebadV Coffee- : Palace. It has no equal in Southern Districts. •* ' '* , •? Southern .Districts. •* '. \ .*», •; ;ii?BA3>V :<ik)ffeej.Pala^bm^ a model^tov behold, -but surprise of all is experienced when the dining table iB patronised *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

Notices. OR I MMfc'DIATK SALJ£. , In One or more Lots, owing to Shoriness of water. . » Breeding Ewes in lamb. 200 lost June Laiubs. CHA LES WAT KINS, Boyerine Siding. Ijl R A N K SMALPAGE, A uelioneer Stock, Station, utid Commission Agent, Fruit & Prod nee Salesman, Pkkth City Maiskkts. Terms: 5 per rent on truckloads, 7J per rent on small parcels. Cartage 2s (id per ton. Account sales daily. Farms and l/nndod Properties of all kinds bought and sold on Commission. Fire Insurances ar ranged on crops. &c. ('orrespondence invited. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. A SALE of about 12 Draught Colts and Fillies will be held at the Yards, Katun ing, on or about the 6th of April. Also some Light Dorses. T W. LANGL Y, Auctioneer. WOGDRRIDGK NURSERIES, GUILDFORD. A LARGE STUCK of well-grown Fruit and Grape Vines will bo ready For this year's planting. Inspection invited. Catalogue on applica tiou. Local Agent—Mr J J A Swinev, Katan ning. C. HARPER, Guildford. PIANO, ...

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The Turf. WAGIN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

The TnrfL WAGES RACES. The annual m'eeting of the Wagin Turf< Club will !be held da Tuesday next. The course is in good order, and everything points to a successful issue. With the convenient train arrangements there. should he;- a -.large number of visitors ftom the various- towns, along the <3-re.it Southern iliie. Following' are the nominations for other than post entry events:— HUBDI.ES. Mr B Hamersley's Paddy Mr N C Ball's Bosey MAIDEK. Mr T E McKenn>»?s b m Secret Dev. Spratfs pld g Gay Lid L Markham's b g Mzer A. T Perkins' pld g Lucifer A H McKenzie's Oxilly F. Dillon's Fun , Mr McOauley's b in timber • S Pearce's b g Joker ' ■: WAGIN HAHDICAP Mr F Dillon's Pastille v .; Mr Dev. Spratt's b g Bushman . diilidWAY. Mr B Hamersley's Trouble Mr A T Perkms' pld g Lucifer . Mr McOauley's bm Limber Mr S Pearee's b g Jokerf

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PERTH. SUPREME COURT. PERTH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

SUP HEM 12 -COURT. Perth, Thursdnv. The a^tioh/ r¥«|eV r: ^ the Adelaide Steamship Gpueaii^.;^ f or fa)& i in jin .?< Miiheh^ wag «cn el u <1 ed to da**, the•vii^.hbijih^^disikjijBaed;-'-.

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THE BOER WAR. SANSATIONAL REPORT. TWO AUSTRALIAN OFFICERS EXECUTED. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

THE BOER WAR. SANSATION AL EE POET. rwo Australian officers EXECUTED. Melbourne, Thur-sdav, Major Leaehaii, who commanded the 'rregular corps in South Africa^ with which two Australian officers served, and were enurfc-mnrtialled and shot for shooting Boers who had sur rended, arrived in Melbourne from South \trica on Monday. He has communicated with Mr Barton and with the military authorities regard ing the affair. The corps, he says, was known as the Bush Veldt Car bineers. In one of the engagements, Oapt. Hunt, in command, under Major Lenehau, was wounded, and fell into the bauds of the enemy. The corpse was afterwards found, with boot marks about the bead as if he had oeen kicked to death. Ifis eyes had been gouged out, and the frightful spectacle aroused vengeful feelings in the breasts of the Carbi neers. , Nest day several Boers were captured, some wearing portions of clothing and effects of the late Cap tain Hunt. A drum-head court mar tial was held, and the prisoners con dem...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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SP[?]RTING. Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

SPIBTENO ~ ■ 2j&".vn Tenuis. The Tennis Tournament, .which has been in progress for the past two months was brought, -to a elose last -Saturday afternoon when Both played the final off with Tonkin,, the lat ter conceding his opponent fourstrokes in each game. Tlie wea her was everything that could be" desired for the occasion, and the games which were mostly well contested^ included many good strokes and long rallies, but Tonkin had little cbanee of winning 7 points to 3 in each game, consequently the game ended in a^eomparatively easy win for Both. The system of handicapping is one that can be much improved upon, > for at the present time the game has. to be absolutely won, ■ otherwise no credit is given - for the strokes scored. ' Under the present system it is possible for one player to win twice as many points as his opponent,; and yetjose the gatpe. Handicapping by points is much more equitable, for under these conditions each player gets credit for every stroke lie ...

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THE DONNYBROOK MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

XHS DONY.ftK MtJRL)EK. '. The youth, Hall, was io-day com mitted for itriaV'for the wi j jrui **nu?der o£a Chinese gardener at Donnybrook.

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PRISONER BREAKS GAOL. STILL AT LARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

V.ISONER BREAKS 6A0L. STILL AT LARGE. Oil Friday last a young man named Michael Morris was arrested on a charge of being an idle and disorder ly person. Frequent robberies have from time to time been1 committed in the town, and although Morris was suspected there was no direct evi uence as to his guilt. Hearing that he was about to leave the town. Con stable Foulk.es apprehended him on the charge stated, and on the follow ing morning accused was brought be fore Dr Black, K.M , and remanded for eight days. The evidence being complete on the following Monday to proceed with the charges of robbery, it was intended to have brought him before the Court on Tuesday, and this fact was communicated to the prisoner. But Morris did not wait, and consequently the trial had to be postponed indefinitely. It appears that on Monday afternoon the priso ner was given'the constable's saddle to clean, with which also there was a neel? rope. About 2 p.m. he was seen running into the bush in a southerly ...

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