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

Broome Hill; For Kojoniip, Wednesday i.2-30 p.ni For Salt River, every other Friday,1 9 a.m For Perth and intermediate places, daily, 1130 a.m., excepting Wednesday's (6 p.m.) vlb.inv arid intermediate places daily, 4 excepting Tuesday's (6 p.m.)

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CHAPTER IV.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 5 April 1902

Cha 1'tkit IV.— { Continued). Amidst these motely groups were one or two sick people. A man who hud fallen from deck and broken his leg, was -stretched mil, bandaged up with splints ; and on a filthy- blanket lay an"tlier poor fellow, whose-emacia ted frame, and bones protruding through the skin, showed only too distinctly that he would cross the kala pani (black water) again. No one seemed to trouble himself with him, or pav him the least attention. And indeed, he looked as if he were even now heedless of human care. Suddenly the boatswain's pipe was heard summoning a general muster. In an instant the whole saloon was alive. Mothers and sisters seized hold of naked boys and girls, draped the one with babbus, and the other in sheets like grave clothes. Then proceeding to.make their own toilet, t ev swathed themselves in folds of pink muslin, bought for them in Cal cutta, against this the day of their going ashore. Each man seized his hubbh -bubble and his tuui-tum. Each woman made u...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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STORYTELLER. POOR LITTLE LIFE. A FAMILY EPISODE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 5 April 1902

STORYTELLER. POOR LITTLE LIFE. A FAMILY EPISODE. Poor little life, thai toddles half an hour Crowned with a iiowrr or two, and then an end.

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The Subdivision of Margarden Estate. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 5 April 1902

TKe Subdivision of Marg'arden Estate Messrs Gull Bros, having decided to sub divide this beautiful ertat.e, 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 jVnrrogin, and absolutely adjoins the Williams Townsite. Experts agree that Vheve is no block of land its size in the Slate wis ids contains so little poor land, almost every acre being eitucr good agricul tural or grazing laud The Narrogin to •> illlams, and the Albany to Perth roads, run through the property, both of which a splendidly metalled. Every care has been lak.-n in subdividing, and the plans dearly show the n-'ture of the soil bv the timber. Jam, manna, and Pork gum are the principal trees to be found on the property, and this is the best guide that, can be given to those who ire looking out lor good country. Water is obtainable all over it by springs, creeks, and wells. Much of the land has b...

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

V. A day or two afterwards, as the young baronet was leaving leaving his room to join his cousins over their early coffee, he heard the girls laugh ing in the pizza above him. 'Here's cousin George 11 cried Sibyl, rushing to the top of the stair ease to meet him, and holding up her rosy mouth for her. morning kiss. 4 .Let's ask his advice.' 4 Come along, George! * cried Evelyn, flourishing a letter in her band.. 4 We want your opinion Eleanor, pour out his coffee for him ; be likes it sweet, with plenty of hot milk. ,Here's old Nana—our old nurse, you know—has got a letter from her grand daughter, who lives in another part of the island called Manchester, asking her to go and stay with her; and the old lady ean't make up her mind, and wants us to .make it up for her. Please' take the letter and read it for yourself, and then you can tell us what you think.' George did so, and read as follows: 4 44 My dear Grandmother—Tom* having resided in Kingston has hin dered me from writing to y...

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET. HERALD Office, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 April 1902

LOCAL MARKET. HBBj&fc Office, April 11, At Eatanning the prices to-day are:— Wheat, 3a 8d per bushel; oats, prime, 3s; chaff, best green wheaten, £3 5sj inferior, 25s to 40s per ton; flour, £1010s per ton ; bnn, £7 10s . per ton; pollard, £7.15s per ton; eggs, ls 6d per doz; butter Is 8d;

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WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 April 1902

WISE AND OTHERWISE. At a recent meeting of a literary and de bating society, during the course of a poli tical address, one of the speakers was asked his opinion on the fiscal policy of the State. After scratching his -head for a few moments he replied, " Well, I'm not a married man, but I think women should have votes." This calls to mind the story of an Irishman stand ing for Parliament in South Australia, who, when asked his opinions regarding the Bud-' get., removed a " chew " of tobacco from his prodigious mouth, and replied, " Well, they have a budget in Moonta, and I am in favor of havin' one here. York, the town from which the J)nke of York received his appellation, bears an unen viable name for the large quantity of drink that is consumed by its inhabitants. But the following true story as to the length some will go to obtain a drop of the " cratur " is] worth recording .—A Chinaman who had in the early days been employed by a farmer died, and the services of a neighbor wer...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 April 1902

NOTHING- LIKE Oj£. "In dealing with m*o, remember that a spoonfnl oi oU will go farther than a gallon of vinegar." Hie same may be said of children. There is nothing so good for children ie the old-fashioned castor oil However much they abhor ft, it is their best i medicine tor disorders of the bowels. In the I most severe cases of diarrhma anddysentezy, j however, Chamberlain'is' Uolic, Cholera and j Diarrhoea Kemedy should be given after the ! .oil operates, and a quick euro is sure to fol- : low. For sale by F. and C. Fiesse, Katan aing sad Wogin.

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MOURAMBINE ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 April 1902

M8URAMBINE ROADS BOARD. Hie usual monthly meeting of the Moursun- { bine Roads Board was held at the Southern Cross Hotel, Pirxgelly, on Saturday, April 5, ! at 3 p.m. Present: W. E. Robinson (chair- j man), J. Stone, J. N. Taylor, J. B. Taylor, H. J. Brown, S. T. Walton, and the secre- i *aty." The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. •Proposed by H. J. Brown, seconded by. J. B. Taylor, that the correspondence from the Under-Secretary for Lands be held over for a month. Carried. Proposed by Mr Stone, that the secretary ■ reply to the Under-Secretary's correspondence, ■ informing him that tbe road in brown on the ! litho. is not- required^ seconded by Mr Walton, and carried. Proposed by Mr Stone, seconded by. Mr. j Walton, that this Board -joins the Roads Board Association. Carried. Proposed by Mr Brown, seconded by Mr J. B. Taykny that. thechairmon and Mr J IS. Taylor represent the Board at the Confer ence. Carried. 4 Proposed by Mr J. N. Taylor, seconded by Mr ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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WELCOME HOME SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 April 1902

WELCOME HOME SOCIAL A " welcome home" social was tendered' to Mr and Mrs A. K. Ross ^ by the members I of the Presbyterian Church, 'on. Tuesday { evening last, at the Public Hall. Upwards j of 150 people assembled, and at 8 o'clock j Mr J. Anderson (chairman) opened the pro ceedings by formally welcoming Mr and Mrs Ress, and trusted they would long be spared to remain in their midst. A diversified pro- j gramme was then proceeded with. Mr Met- < ters, as representing the Baptist Church, was ; grateful for the invitation extended him. He was pleased to see so many of his own dock present to do honor in welcoming Mr and Mrs Ross. He concluded a lengthy per oration by wishing the couple everypleasure that Hod in life could give them. Mr R. 8. Ranford, in a humorous speech, referred in very facetious terms to his relationship with Mr Boss. He both congratulated him upon, and sympathised with him in, the step he had taken, and trusted that Mr and Mrs Boss would continue in the...

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Narrogin. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 April 1902

ifatTogiiii For Clarke's (eastward) Wednesday 10.30 a.m For W illiauia \¥ediiesdays and Saturdays,1 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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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 April 1902

\ Ohh TSiIAi WlMi OoKTXNOK.—If yOB inot .to^ryppr best friend, tread on his conn. advise him to use the positive corn cure; never ; /--ihqwn . to fail. -Bottles Is. Proprietors, - % ^^.aiupbi^'Cod^raae and Co^ ellemisss, ALbanj.": }ioc»l^ent,«. ±. Harris, Xatuuinf.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 April 1902

A Book to Mothers.—If you wish your children to have beautiful hair and clean, wholesome heaHs you must use Barry's Nur sery Hair Lotion, wliich cleanses the head and destroys all parasites. Bottles Is 3d. Camp bcll-Cochrune and Co., chemists, Albany; Local agents, C. A. Harris, storekeeper, Ka taiming.* CAME NEAR BEING A CRIPPLE. Josh Westluifer, of Loogoot ee, Ind., U.S.A., is a poor man, but he says he would not be without Chamberlain's Pain Balm if it cost five dollars a bottle, for it saved liim from being a cripple. No external application is equal to this liniment fur stiff and swollen joints, contracted muscles, stiff neck, sprains ami rheumatic and muscular pains. It has also cured numerous cases of partial paralysis. Is for sale by F and C. Piesse,- Katuuuing and Wugin. LrtEXraw'-M-CeSee PaWft hnildjtigjs, it model to behold, but the greatest surprise of all is experienced when the dining tab'o is patronised. # Notices. WAG-IN Railway Refreshment Room?. S. W- FULLER, Lesse...

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Rates of Postages. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 April 1902

Sates of Postages. LkttEhs.—If delivered at any Post-Office for delivery within the postal delivery limit of such office, for every ioz., or fraction (up to 51bs, Id. Beyond such limits, for every ioz. or or fraction of ioz., up to 31 bs, (dimen sions not to exceed the maximum allowed for packets), 2d Post Cards.—Tf posted at any poBt-office for delivery within the postal delivery of such office, id.; bevond eu-h limits Id Packets.—For every 2oza or fraction oi 2ozs, up to 41bs Id Newspapers.—Printed and posted in the Colony for delivery beyond the boundaries of tbe City or Town at which they may be pub lished, and posted within one week from date of publication not. exceeding lOozs, free. For ever« additional lOozs or fraction of lOozs i (each) |d. For each newspaper posted 7 day? after publication, not exceeding lOozs, Id. For every additional lOozs or fraction of lQezs, Id. Newspapers must be posted one hour before the closing of the mail by which they are intended to go

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COUNCIL OF PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 April 1902

COUNCIL OF PROGRESS. A public meeting was held in the Public Hall, E&tanning, on Wednesday afternoon last, for the purpose of considering the advis ability of forming an association to promote the'interests of Eatanning. There was a - moderate attendance, Mr Mark King was . Voted to the chair. The Kev. A. Metters moved the first reso lution,—" That (he time has arrived when steps should be taken to form an organisation i to promote the interests of the town of Ea tanning'. this public meeting decides to form such an organisation, to be called the Eatan nibg Council of Progress. He was struck,: when oh a visit to Nsrregin, with the com mendable selfishness with which the people of that, locality guarded then: interests. ■ They -hod there established a progress com mittee, which was jealously guarding the in terests of the place. Locally, the wants of thAtoirn and district were allowed to almost heroine secondary considerations. We had . lately TecjeivVd a visit from the Minis...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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VII. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 April 1902

YIT. For some days past, there had been ' a talk of George and Evelyn riding up to 'thfe hills,' to call on some friends who lived at Belvidere. and to give George an opportunity of seeing some of the mountain scenery for which the parish of St. Andrew's is so jusly famed. Something, how ever, had always occurred to prevent the realisation of the project. But time was fleeting; the November * seasons' were at hand. Already the light cirrus clouds, which the negroes designate 4 r«i:i-seeds,' were to be seen in the morning sky. Al ready, towards evening, the air was growing thick with vapor: and at nights, the swarms of mosquitoes and flies were, as George expressed it, ' more than human nature could bear." If the tnp to 'the hills' was to take place at all, it was itcuinbent that it should be got over before ' t&e gullies were down.' When the mountain brooks Had become raging torrents, when the dry water courses had become broad and swiftlv - flowing - v n rivers, wt.e &a...

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Money Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 April 1902

Money Orders. Ikland.—.Not exceeding £5, 6d.; above £5, and not exeeoding £10, Is.; above £10, and not exceeding £15, Is. 6d.; above £15, and not. exceeding £20, 2s Tnteestaxb.—Above £1 and not exceeding ■ £2, 9d.; above £2 and not- exceeding £5, Is. i 6d.t above £5 and not. exceeding £7, 2s. 3d.; | 3s.; above ! £10 ana not e xcceJlng -a.r.u, ■or'.'■ w j £12 and not exceeding £15, 4s. 6d.; above £15 and not exceeding £17, 5s. 3d.; abova £17 and not exceediug £20, 6s

Publication Title: Great Southern Herald
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NARROGIN NOTES, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 April 1902

NARROGIN NOTES, 0?BOM ODB COBBHSPOHDXST.) April 5. ilr„. Crawford, the Government daiiy exper^ gave a very instructive lecture on poultryand bees, to a large and appreciative audience, in thn Agricultural Hall this even ing/:. The lecturer was introduced by Dr. Bonghan, B.M"., and gained the attention of his audience from the beginning, by his practioal method of placing his subject - %efone the public. He gave several practical and logieal reasons why poultry and bee keeping does not pay, tiniess carried out on a : scientific and econimieal basis. At the dose of the lecture, a cordial rote of thanks eras , sccoSled the visitor for his instructive and . practical remarks. At-the close of the lecture, a public meet ing was called for the purpose of forming a -progress committee, and the following were , eloctedMessrs J. T. Chipper, J.P, Bute, r J. Clayton, W. Downs, W. Kennedy, T. P. O'Connor, and W. Wiesse. A commotion was caused in Narrogin last - Snnday; on the receipt of intellig...

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 April 1902

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. The following business people have ad 1h»rH6ements appearing in this issue ;— Xataxraiug. V. & C Piesbe, General Merchants Cass Bros., Draper. Ws J Bogbes, General Storekeeper P A Beec'e, Saddler j War. Baebr, Butcher M Lkbad, Coffee Palace I A. "W. Bichtbb, General Blacksmith and foaohbuilder G. McLbod, Katann ing Hotel A. E. *ewab & Co., Hairdressers, Sta tioners, etc C F Wanke, Machinery Agent J GoniiD, Fruiterer, etc

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NARROGIN ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Herald — 12 April 1902

NARROGIN ROADS B3ARP. The ordinary monthly* meeting of the above was held in the Agricultural Hall on Saturday, April 5th. There were present— Mr M. Brown -(chairman), -.Messrs. Ingram, Clayton, Fitts, Palmer, Nash, and the secre tary. The minutes of the previous special meet ing were read and confirmed. The minutes of tiie last ordinary meeting were also read and confirmed. Mr Trefort at this stage, took his seat on the Board.j COBBBSPONDEHCK. A letter was read from Mr W Kennedy, drawing the attention of the Board to the state of a drain in front of his 'house. Mr Clayton proposed that the necessary repairs be effected. Mr W. H. Ingram seconded, j Carried. j Mr Trefort referred to the danger attend- ! ant .on open wells in the townsifce. Mr ' Clayton also spoke on the subject, and j mentioned the fact of obnoxious rubbish ' heaps being within the townsite. Mr Nash | suggested that notice be given to the owners I of the laud to remedy the evil. I A letter was -read from the "Roads B...

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