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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. MAils.—Mails for the Eastern. Sta'es close at the Katanning Post Office at 12.15 p.m. .on Tuesday next. The Hospital.—the little girl (riles, vvlio -was so severely, burned at Narrogin a fortnight agoyis progress ing satisfaetorilv at the local hospital. The son of Mr Wm. Piesse, of Wagii, suffering from injury to his foot, is also doing well. Broome Hill Po$t Ofeice.— Miss Taylor, of Katanning, has been appointed rolieving postmistress at Broome Hill; vice Miss Mitchell, on leave. "Wagin.—The "Wagin railway sta tion is now provided with refresh ment rooms, under the . c ontrol of Mr Fuller. Kojonup Court.—On Tuesday, before Dr Black, B.M., George Good all proceeded against J. .T. Eraser for the recovery of £54?. wages due. A ■verdict vras given for the "amount claimed, with costsii - ' ! "-'i-jiie Progress — A meet, ing will be held Nearly next week to take the necessary steps to form local Progress Committee.1 Grapes.—A large bunch of grapes, weighing over ...

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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

NEWS IN BRIEF. ' On Saturday last a Chinaman, named All ! Yet, was found dead in liis garden at Douny- I brook. 3'lie man had been shot in the head.. I A youth, named lid ward Hall, alias tapper, has been arrested in connection with!'the matter. - Cr. Rich arc son, of Kalgoorlie, has "given notice of his intention to move for the forma- j tion of' Kalgoorlie and Boulder into one municipality. 1 A disastrous fire occurred in Childers, 40 j miles north of Maryborough, Queensland, on i Saturday night. Twenty-three Shops were destroyed. i he total amount of the damage ! that was caused has been estimated at j £20.000. - | The British Association football match ' played at Ereman tie between a team drawn from McLaren's cricketers and a West Aus- j tralian combination, resulted in a victory for the Englishmen by four goals to nil. Mr Schalk-Burger and other members of the- Boer executive, after having had an inter view with Lord Kitchener at Pretoria, have proceeded, under safe conduct, t...

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

The unanimous opinion of patrons, is that Lebad's Coffee Palace, Katahr, ning, is superior to any in the town."*; A CERTAIN CURE EG ft .DTSENTERSR AND DIARRHCEA. i -x v#J Some years ago I -was one of a party thht; intended making a long bicycle trip," says j E. L. Taylor, of New Albany, Bradford Co., j Pa., U.S.A. " I was taken suddenly with! diarrhoea, and was about to give up the trip'}! i when editor Ward, of tne 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. -Again last summer I was almost com pletely run down with an attack of dysentery. I bought a bottle of this same remedy, and this time one dose cured me" ."-oldby IV and C. Piesse, Katanning and Wagin. C

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

CAME NEAR BEING A CRIPPLE. Josh Westhafer, of Loogootee, I rid., U.S.A., : I is a poor man, but he says lie would not be ; without Chamberlain's Pain Balm if it cost five dollars a bottle, for it saved him from being a cripple. No external application is | equal to this liniment for stiff and swolleu ; joints, contracted muscles, stiff neck, sprains i and rheumatic and muscular pains. It has | also cured numerous cases of partial paralysis. I Is for sale by F and C. Piesse. Katanning i and Wagin.

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TENNIS CLUB CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

TENNIS CLUB CONCERT. The Ka tanning Lawu Tennis Ciub management was rewarded for < its energetie effort to put forward a good programme on Wednesday evening last by seeing a bumper bouse, a most noteworthy 'fact iu connection with which was the appreciative maimer' in which the. various numbers were received-by the audience. The, pro gramme was varied, and several items "caught on " to sueh an extent that encores were demanded. : The vocal efforts of "Mr fiuifie call for speeiai mention. The possessor of a rich bass voice, which was used to advantage, he was not long in establishing him-, self as a favourite, his twro coutribu tions both receiving encores. The comic element was well furnished by. Messrs Mclndoe and Mcsller, the turns of each being re-demanded The part songs were fairly well rendered, although the male portion—particu larly the bass—greatly preponderated. Mrs King made a very efficient ac companist. The following programme was . gone through :—-Song, " Her...

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STORYTELLER. POOR LITTLE LIFE. A FAMILY EPISODE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

STORYTELLER """poor little life. A FAMILY EPISODE. Pour little life, tlial toddles half an hour Crowned with a flower or two, and then tin end.

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

Can you Apford to be without it.— Mr. R. Sharpe, of Albany, was suffering from a severe cough, left as a legacy after an.attack of influenza. He was induced to try Cura cough, and the Erst dose gave him instant relief. Proprietors, Campbell-Cochrane and Co., chemists, Albany and Ravensthorpe. Local agent, C. A. Harris, storekeeper, Ka tanning. * NOTHING! LIKE OIL. " In dealing with man, remember tnat a spoonful of oil will go farther than a gallon of vinegar." The same may be said of children. There is nothing so good for children as the old-fashioned castor oil. However much they abhor it, it is their best medicine lor disorders of the bowels? i In the most severe cases of diarrhoea and .dysentery, however, Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy should be given after the oil operates, aud a quick cure is shre to fol low. For sale by F. and C. Piesae, Katan aipg and Wagin. A Boon to Mothers.—If you /wish your children to have beautiful hair and clean,' wholesome-heads you...

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

IV. Punctually at the appointed time naxt morning, the Durham's carriage drove up to the.door of the Immigra tion Office. * You're exact to the minute, Sir George.' said Mr. Campbell, looking at hit* watch, after having introduced him to Mr Buchanan, the Agent General, a fair-hnired youngish-look ing man. dressed in a light alpaca jacket and a pith helmet Driving down to the Victoria Market, the party hailed a canoe, and under the skilful paddling of two sable boatmen, were soou under the Hampshire's bows. * There she 'ay, like a weary creature, resting after her long and tedious voyage trhough the trackless seas. * Never had a chance Of sailing,' said the captain grumpily, when they had got on board; never got a wind the whole blessed time.' .The main hatch was open, and looking down through it, ar^strange site met the visitors' eyes. A mass of naecd limbs, thighs, and torsos; gleaming ivory teeth, soft jetty eyeR - men, women, and children; all salaaming together to the white face...

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CHAPTER III.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 29 March 1902

Chajteu ILL—(Continued). 4 L nin sure I don't know,' laughed the planter. * But 1 do know that no one in the world is vainer of her appearance than a negress. If you notice, Sir George, you'll see that every second girl you meet has one or two of her front teeth out.' * I have; and wondered whether it was from eating sugar-cane or anything or the sort.' * Nothing of the kind. She's had them pulled out to improve her looks.' 4 Fou don't mean that seriously ?" exclaimed the baronet. * Indeed I do,' responded the planter; 4 in England, the loss of even one front tooth lills the girl with dire alarm ; but here the loss of two is quite the thing! There's in> accounting for taste.' 4 l)o you employ coolies as wTell as negroe« oil your estate. Mr. Camp bell ?' inquired the young b-sronct. 4 We're obliged to.' was the reidy. * We use them as a sort of decoy* t'ueks to induce the negroes to work. If we c«'Uid dispensee with them, we would gladly do so; for they're very expensive, and need...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 5 April 1902

Cricket. On Friday and Saturday last the Kataun irg C C. met Albany on Uie ground of she bitter. Result:—Albany, 147 and 231: Katanning, 99 and 41.

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SPORTING. The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 5 April 1902

SPORTING The Turf. IOn Wednesday last a privnle match, between horses owned by Messrs Qtiarter ! inuino and .Newton, respectively, was run I over half-a-uiile on the Katanniug racecourse; ' Mr Newton's horse winning by half a lengt h.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 5 April 1902

A Boon to Mothbbs.—If rou wish your children to hare beautiful hair and clean, wholesome beads yon must use Barry's Nur sery Hair Lotion, which cleanses the head and destroys all parasites. Bottles Is 3d. Caaap bell-Coclirane and Co., chemists, Albany. Local agents, C. A. Harris, storekeeper, Ha tauning.* During the great drive which took place recently in the "Western Trans vaal, what appeared to be a colum.i moving into line proved to be Com mandant Liebenbergerand a khaki clad commando. They were allowed to escape, because pursuit would have widened the loophole in the British cordon. The .British attacked another khaki-clad body of men passing to the front, but one of the Boer com manders shouting, " We are British proceeding to our allotted place,'' were allowed to pass.

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ARTHUR RIVER. April 2. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 5 April 1902

ARTHUR RIVER. {FEOil OPE CORBfi&PpHDBNT.) April 2. ine montniy ordinary noaas JtJoard meet ing was held-at 0. It. Brown's on Saturday, 29th March. Members present: Wm. Fleay, chairman ; Thos. Cornwall. Thes. Thompson, J. A. Hurley, and H. Gibbs. Tbe minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. The following letters were then rerd ; From Under Secretary Public Worts re annual gaant, £500, baring been allotted. From Under Secretary of Lands, stating that Go vernment reserve 2415 fDai-kau agricultural area, lot 88) has now been thrown opon .for selection, ietter from H. Barron ' odway, asking for certain work to be done en Dark an and Fisher roads. Proposed by II. Gibbs, seconded by J. A. Horley, that the work to be done on Darkan and Fisher roads be in spected end reported to thev Board. It was resolved that a strip of land, one chain wide, be taken for the purpose of opening up a new line of communication, starting from the south -boundary of Go vernment reserve, 1738, in...

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RECENT FIRE AT COBLUP. CORONIAL INQUIRY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2. (Before Dr Black, R.M., and a jury) [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 5 April 1902

RECENT FIRE AT 60BLUP. COROJflAL INQUIRY. WKlJHaSDAT, APRIt 2. (Before Dr Black, S.M., and a jurr) Hnder section 13 of the Bilsh Fires - ct, March 1, 1902, Alexander M. Vieolson, of Goblup, demanded an inquiry into a .fire which took place at Goblup ota the 11th of March, ; Constable Foulfces conducted the case for the Crown. | The Court having beCtt declared open, ! Alexander Morrison Nicolson, grazier, of. Goblup, sworn, stated : Remember llth ] Match last. A bush fire got into his pad- i dock. Mr Garritty told him first at 7.30 that evening. He went out before day break and foiibd one paddock of 3,200 acres, and one of 200 acres, in another paddock, swept out, and about 200 fence posts de stroyed. Wire betting was also destroyed, and the whole fence damaged. The fire ■ burnt right up to the break. Went all, rouhd and to where he considered the fire j started from, via., Mr Beeck's paddock. His paddock in which the fire started is in a northerly direction looking towards his house...

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KOJONUP SCHOOL CONCERT. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 5 April 1902

KOJOfMP SGH83L GQJJCZRT (Contribute'!.) The annual concert in an! of the Priae Filnd of the Kojouup State Sehool took place on Easter Monday night, in the Agricultural Hall, before a large audience; many of whom came a long distance. The school children locked very pretty, being arranged on the stage, the g«vls wear ing white dresses and blue ribbons. The programme was divided into two ! pai'ta \ Part I opening with an over ture by Mr J. J. Kenny, and a song by the school children, 44 Souie Folks do." followed by a flag display, with choruses and march, arranged by the head teacher, Mr J. G. Foumr. which explained the history of the Union Jack. Recitation; by Jas. Jones, V Patent (5 tin;" srtng. by Emily Jones, Minnie Norrish; Rose and Julia Dearie. "The Cows'are in the Corn ; " recitation, by Thos. Oliver, " Bob Rains j" nursery rhymes, by infants and standards L and II. recitation, by Hubert Bagg, "The Tragedy;" Bong, "Kathleen," by Emi'v Jonestlnd Doris Oliver ; recita tion, 44 P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 5 April 1902

Onb Tbial will Convince.—It j&a want to Vex jour beet friend, tread on his1 corns. If joa want to please him, advise him to use u Curacorn," the positive corn cure; never irrowh to fail. Bottles Is. Proprietors, Cauipbell-Cochrane and Co.. chemists, Albany. Local; agent, C. A. Ilarrit, Katanning.* The Katanning Coffee Palace can* pot be surpassed for meals and beds. The best of attention, * Baptist ChubcB.—The anniver sary of the Katanning Baptist Sun day School Was held on Easter Sunday and despite the trying nature of the weather passed off satisfactor ily. The Kev A. Metiers conducted three services, and the scholars sang special hymns for the occasion. The attendance in the afternoon was meagre, butdhe morning and especi ally the evening service was largely attended. On Monday an enjoyable picnic was held at the old police station, and a public meeting at the Church in the evening eoneluded the; celebrations. The Eev A, ( presided at tbe public meeting 'which Was also we...

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THE BOER WAR. SHOOTING BOER PRISONERS. LIEUT. WITTON'S VERSION. LONDON, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 5 April 1902

THE BOER WAR. SHOOTING BOER PRISONERS. LIEUT. WITTON'S VERSION. London, April 2. The ** Daily Express " states that Lieutenant Wilton, the Australian officer who was sentenced to imprison ment for life for shooting Boer pri soners, has arrived in England in the transport Canada. The " Express " adds that Lieut. Wilton told the passengers on the Canada that the Boers tnhrdered several wounded officers belonging to the Bush Veldt Carbineers. A senior offieer thereupon ordered the Austra lians to shoot all they could lay their hands oil ; and this was done, despite the fact 'that the Boers, who were dressed ih kahki, displayed the white flag and held up their hands. •• Melbourne, Thursday. in..the House of Representatives on Wednesday Mr Isaacs asked the Prime Minister if he was in possession of any information as o the ease of shooting in South Africa of two officers and the sentencing of a third to penal servitude for life. Mr Barton replied that he was not in possession as yet of of...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 5 April 1902

MATRIMONIAL. =0. RICHTRR—KFHFRnTY A Wedding took place at. the Baptist Mftttse, Nilrrogin, ob Tuesday, March 25, between Miss Helen Kennedy, daughter of the late George Whitelaw and Jeaunic Rauklne Ken nedy, of Oxley, Victoria, and Alfred William Richter? son of Mr abd Mrs Ritrhter, of Katamnng, late of Bottth Australia. The ceremony was performed by Her W Kennedy, brother of the bride. The bride was attired in creatti Behgaline, trimmed with cream mer veilleux, guipure insertion ahd chiffon. The customary wreath abd veil completed a neat and pretty costume. The bridesmaid was Miss S A Batiford, who was dressed in pearl grey cash mere, trimmed with white silk and tucks. Mr J TWkley acted as best man. The bride's travelling dress was a nary serge coat and skirt, with white silk tucked test; hat to match, The bridal couple left by the afternoon tfain f&r Perth. The bridegroom's , gift to the bi'ide was a beautiful gold watch, the bride's gift lo the bridegroom being a set J of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 5 April 1902

Ws are in & position to supply ydh withall 1 kinds of drops, chemicals, patent medicines, perfumery, stargical appliances, sundries, pho tographic material, nursery and tick-room 1 requisites, etc., etc., at the lowest possible [ prices, as we are direct English, American I and Continental buyers in wholesale quanti ties. All orders of 10s. or over sent carriage paid. Campbell-Cochrane and Co., chemists, Albany.* A COMMUNICATION Mr Kditoe—Allow me to speak a few words in favour-of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I suffered for three years with the bronchitis and could not deep at nights. I tried several doctors and various patent medicines, b4t could get nothing to give ine any relief until my wife got a bottle of this valuable medicine, which has completely re lieved me;—W. S. Bbocekan, Bagnell,Mo. U.S.A. This remedy is for sale by F. and C-. Piesse, Katarining and Wagin. . .■ The Unanimous opinion of patrons & that Lebad's Coffee Palace, Katafi [Mug, is superior to any...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 5 April 1902

• Tw the country one often requires little '.arHclesfrorti *ioohetniBtt%utwhea there is Alio chemist'near whst are we to do ? Jnst send your order, noinafcter how small, direct ^Jto Co., chemists, " Albany, <wbo wiiiafcfcend fo it at once* f:\irpa, Davis v. Mobitjn& ff®BAfci>.-— -£a1ie3 on at the Civil .Sittings of the Suprtenve Court on damiyes for sA.33. Ptesse —Latest advices Piesae, who is at hospital at Ade ie7 improving iuheafcb.

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