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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,354,797
2 NeilHamilton 3,035,237
3 noelwoodhouse 2,835,202
4 annmanley 2,227,679
5 John.F.Hall 2,094,713
...
855 scmorris 34,649
856 seashell 34,643
857 SuePoole 34,631
858 midland1 34,575
859 tjen 34,560
860 djde 34,442

34,575 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 2,016
February 2017 4,040
August 2016 97
July 2016 2,327
June 2016 1,159
May 2016 2,675
April 2016 2,744
March 2016 2,712
February 2016 2,865
January 2016 677
December 2015 3,957
November 2015 6,050
October 2015 3,256

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,354,794
2 NeilHamilton 3,035,237
3 noelwoodhouse 2,835,202
4 annmanley 2,227,609
5 John.F.Hall 2,094,708
...
853 scmorris 34,649
854 seashell 34,643
855 SuePoole 34,631
856 midland1 34,575
857 tjen 34,560
858 djde 34,442

34,575 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 2,016
February 2017 4,040
August 2016 97
July 2016 2,327
June 2016 1,159
May 2016 2,675
April 2016 2,744
March 2016 2,712
February 2016 2,865
January 2016 677
December 2015 3,957
November 2015 6,050
October 2015 3,256

No text corrections for 'Government Gazettes'


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SECRETS THAT HAVE BROU[?] FORTUNES. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 17 September 1909 [Issue No.90] page 8 2017-03-21 18:40 The proprietor- of an old chemist's
goue' by enjoyed the monopoly of
circumstanced than other secret man
110 workmen. Experts came to sam
ple, and assort, and bottle his pro
ducts, but tjiejr never entered the
to himself. One -day, having- locked
-in chemistry, was on the watch, and
return that day, the sooty .philoso
dropped down the flue, saw all lit
acid. Thd monopoly of the inventoi
the price was reduced hy four-fifth6.
the trick' by which he had been vic
England originated in a stolen sec
* ret.-. Tinware, as most l eaders know
is simply thin sheet iron, [dated with
metal. In theory it is an easy mat
it into a bath of boiling tin and re
metal, to a place of cooling. Ir
was discovered iii Holland, and
guarded from publicity with the ut
most vigilance for nearly half a cen
tury. England tried iu lain to dis
cover the secret, until James Shar
maii, a Cornish miner, crossed the
Channel, insinuated himself surrept
a curious instance of a manufactur
ing secret stealthily obtained uudei
the cloak of an appeal to philan
thropy. The main distinction be
carbon.. - 'The one is converted intc
the other by being heated for a con
siderable time in contact with, pow
dered charcoal in' an iron box.
The middle of a b&r is more carbon
fore, unreliable. Nevertheless, be
fore the ,invention of cast ste£l, there
. In 1760 there lived at Atterclifle,
near Sheffield, a watchmaker named1
£hem homogeneous. "If," thought
cast it into an ingot, its composi
He'succeeded. H^s steel soon became
About 177,0 a large manufactory
in reAch—true and faithful men hired,
the gatfe. It was -bitterly cold, the
across the mote. The stranger, ap
parently a ploughman or agricul
!,i„- K, -co,,
making cast st«Bl had .been dis
' The roating heard when the fyand
-i *
birds are taught popular songs by be
phonograph plays'the selected melody
The proprietor of an old chemist's
gone by enjoyed the monopoly of
circumstanced than other secret man-
no workmen. Experts came to sam-
ple, and assort, and bottle his pro-
ducts, but they never entered the
to himself. One day, having- locked
in chemistry, was on the watch, and
return that day, the sooty .philoso-
dropped down the flue, saw all he
acid. Thd monopoly of the inventor
the price was reduced hy four-fifth.
the trick' by which he had been vic-
England originated in a stolen sec-
ret Tinware, as most readers know
is simply thin sheet iron, plated with
metal. In theory it is an easy mat-
it into a bath of boiling tin and re-
metal, to a place of cooling. In
was discovered in Holland, and
guarded from publicity with the ut-
most vigilance for nearly half a cen-
tury. England tried in vain to dis-
cover the secret, until James Shar-
man, a Cornish miner, crossed the
Channel, insinuated himself surrept-
a curious instance of a manufactur-
ing secret stealthily obtained under
the cloak of an appeal to philan-
thropy. The main distinction be-
carbon.The one is converted into
the other by being heated for a con-
siderable time in contact with, pow-
dered charcoal in an iron box.
The middle of a bar is more carbon-
fore, unreliable. Nevertheless, be-
fore the ,invention of cast steel, there
In 1760 there lived at Atterclifle,
near Sheffield, a watchmaker named
them homogeneous. "If," thought
cast it into an ingot, its composi-
He succeeded. Has steel soon became
About 1770 a large manufactory
in reach—true and faithful men hired,
the gate. It was bitterly cold, the
across the mote. The stranger, ap-
parently a ploughman or agricul-
hi eyes apparently only he saw
making cast steel had .been dis-
' The roating heard when the hand

birds are taught popular songs by be-
phonograph plays the selected melody
THE FUTURE OF CHINA. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 17 September 1909 [Issue No.90] page 8 2017-03-21 18:06 Mb cqtmtry to-day perhaps affords j
ft field for the exercise of his imagin
there hfts been talk of the awakening
af Chflih and of the great things
' that'will happen when the Colossus
and in morals. That day is far dis
tant. But evpry now and again China
rouses herfielf spasmodical ly and
fus evidence that the slumber of ago?
the, world to study the outer barbar
; lan'a way of governing himself ; she
charge of 'her own Customs arrange- :
ments- These things are symptoms ,
small deductions, according to oui :
' View of things. China's real .awaken
In the way of agriculture and miner- !
Ale. 0ut rof brain and muscle. It is :
hardly going too far to say that if j
railways were to .spread rapidly!
throughout China, if modern ma-i
thinsry were introduced for the ex- j
.--.'would" effect an industrial world-re
. always been wherever the Mandarin j
:ha8 .permitted him to go in China; j
, eager as he is to take advantage of
the Yangtse, of Szechuan or the Can
i places which serve to indicate the
• possibilities. 'of the future. What is
- happening to-day in Shansi and Hon
,411. for instance, may' happen before
famous "Pekin Syndicate, Limited, ac
an -areSa of sonic '20,<100 square miles
over part of Hoiian. The Shansi dis
i trict is described by more than one
and as 1 capable of supplying the
world's coal .needs, for thousands ol
years to come.. Some idea of its fast
ness fnay be gleaned from the simple
and nearly, four times that ol the
. colli area of. Great Britain. .Every
v. thing" .bends to' make the prospect -ol
> the: effective working and development
V of: jlhjy Shansi and Hpnan mines a
y matter of momentous interest not
( • 'CWneiy' authorities concerned,: hut tc
„Jnausiry in every country. The coal
.>'-lt)bth anthracite and bituminous, is o)
the f hest quality. South Wales can
Qceai- itself may lie within' the
cls;of Shansi. Then the coal can
- - .Im.er.ti'acted at a cost which to the
. coiil miner 'in Europe seems a little
, short of ridiculous. The fiuest an
thracite m huge blocks has been
shilling' a ton I Chinese labour will
have n ucw significance for the worlc
- oil the limitless mineral deposits be-1
'■ ■npath the surface not of the rand but
cliina • itsdlf. With the aid of the
. coolie at home, directed by Western
- engineering 1 and ruining experts,
Shansi may well in time, not, per
haps, challenge, but .certainly affectt
thc fcoal and iron industry of Europe
conditions which have prevailed uh
. -.til recently coal cost from 231I to
; When the railway system which is in
process of construction is coupler.:
it is estimated that coal will <-i» car
ried nt the rate of one farthing per
ton jier rqilo. Coal of the best quality
now costing 100s., will then l.e de
•At. placeB like Hong Ivong an l Sing
p Ice now realised by Cardiff coal. If
pst4mates are approximately correct,
. neither South "Wales, Bombay, 1101
equal terms with Khainsi at the-1 ad-/
_>ing ports of the Pacific, whether
'.American or Asiatic.
Before that happens there is. o!
oourae, a ^sig public to be considered
within the Empire itself. Fifty niil
lions of population' kre available im
■ mediately, >vith 400,000,000 to "be
'brings hersalf more abreast with
• ■ luo'dprn ideas and methods her needs
■ will increase proportionately, Europe
' upon to meet the requirements of a
-. rapidly expanding Chinese 11 inrkel.
Shansi in' respect of iron and coal
< bids lair to ''get there" first. Oi
tbo exploitation. of the resources of
Bhansi wQl benefit the outside world
ybut'these are incidental rather than
'-essential. Meantime Shansi is one of
lie ^provinces in the Far East 011
which the vigilant will keep a watch
over its horoscope. Industrial pro
gress will-carry with it political con
sequences, and Shansi from the in
: Makoiing of; Ohioa, where the vig
, ■ : — : !
oralis application of outside rh"j)fc r
O&t*
euros lias only caused uneasy
merit.
No country to-day perhaps affords
a field for the exercise of his imagin-
there has been talk of the awakening
of China and of the great things
that will happen when the Colossus
and in morals. That day is far dis-
tant. But every now and again China
rouses herself spasmodically and
as evidence that the slumber of ago?
the, world to study the outer barbar-
lan'a way of governing himself ; she
charge of 'her own Customs arrange-
ments These things are symptoms ,
small deductions, according to our
View of things. China's real .awaken-
In the way of agriculture and miner-
Ale. 0ut rof brain and muscle. It is
hardly going too far to say that if
railways were to .spread rapidly
throughout China, if modern ma-
thinsry were introduced for the ex-
'would" effect an industrial world-re-
always been wherever the Mandarin
has .permitted him to go in China;
eager as he is to take advantage of
the Yangtse, of Szechuan or the Can-
places which serve to indicate the
possibilities. 'of the future. What is
happening to-day in Shansi and Hon
an for instance, may' happen before
famous "Pekin Syndicate, Limited, ac-
an -area of some 20,000 square miles
over part of Hoiian. The Shansi dis-
trict is described by more than one
and as capable of supplying the
world's coal .needs, for thousands of
years to come.. Some idea of its fast-
ness may be gleaned from the simple
and nearly, four times that of the
. coal area of. Great Britain. .Every-
thing" .bends to make the prospect -of
the: effective working and development
of the Shansi and Honan mines a
matter of momentous interest not
Chinese authorities concerned,but to
industry in every country. The coal
both anthracite and bituminous, is of
the first quality. South Wales can
Ocean itself may lie within' the
bowls of Shansi. Then the coal can
be extracted at a cost which to the
coal miner 'in Europe seems a little
short of ridiculous. The finest an-
thracite in huge blocks has been
shilling' a ton ! Chinese labour will
havea n new significance for the world
on the limitless mineral deposits be-
neath the surface not of the rand but
of china itself. With the aid of the
coolie at home, directed by Western
engineering and mining experts,
Shansi may well in time, not, per-
haps, challenge, but .certainly affect
the coal and iron industry of Europe
conditions which have prevailed un-
-til recently coal cost from 2½ to
When the railway system which is in
process of construction is compleat
it is estimated that coal will be car
ried at the rate of one farthing per
ton per mile. Coal of the best quality
now costing 100s., will then be de-
At. places like Hong Kong an l Sing-
prices now realised by Cardiff coal. If
estermates are approximately correct,
neither South "Wales, Bombay, Austrailia
equal terms with shainsi at the land-
ing ports of the Pacific, whether
American or Asiatic.
Before that happens there is. of
course a big public to be considered
within the Empire itself. Fifty mil-
lions of population' are available im-
mediately, With 400,000,000 to "be
'brings herself more abreast with
modern ideas and methods her needs
will increase proportionately, Europe
upon to meet the requirements of a
rapidly expanding Chinese market.
Shansi in respect of iron and coal
bids fair to ''get there" first. Of
the exploitation. of the resources of
Bhansi will benefit the outside world
but these are incidental rather than
essential. Meantime Shansi is one of
the provinces in the Far East 0n
which the vigilant will keep a watch-
over its horoscope. Industrial pro-
gress will-carry with it political con-
sequences and Shansi from the in-
awakening of china, where the vig-

oralis application of outside measureless
move
sures has only caused uneasy
meant.
Advertising (Advertising), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 17 September 1909 [Issue No.90] page 4 2017-03-21 17:00 BUNNINGr BROS. LTD.,
I THE undersigned, being the
Stock, Station, Land and Genefal
(a) Moora Town Lote 34 and 36, facing
receive ay, or any Communications.
For full ' articulars apply—
manufacturers, Messrs. Asliton and Par-
BUNNING BROS. LTD.,
THE undersigned, being the
Stock, Station, Land and General
(a) Moora Town Lots 34 and 36, facing
receive all, or any Communications.
For full articulars apply—
manufacturers, Messrs. Ashton and Par-
Advertising (Advertising), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 17 September 1909 [Issue No.90] page 5 2017-03-21 16:43 ' AT
M P.S-^C.S.P-B.,
Next Saleeba <k Co.'a
Mbs. McDougabl announces having UklR
ments. Patrons can re'y on receiving nvaty
Wool, Hide and Skin Merchairfs,
■ /
(individually-interesteJ) IN THIS STATE. '
; ' At TOP
We Buy straight out and PAY CASH ON DELIVERY—or - ^
_ • grower the "option of selling straight out to us or shipping
: through us. No Interest will be charged after date of shipment.
»SHip through us, we -give yru the alyantage of our large freight
Our Representatives wi 1 call in due course, we caution you
and for the Modern Lamb Tail Cuffing and Searing Machine.
Commercial .Hotel, Jloora.
'THIS New Two-Storey Hotel is now open. Special care has been taken to provide excellent Accomm'-da
* tion, the rooms being lofty and well-ventilated, and Comfortably Furnished. The latest methods or
Si» RALSTON'S STORES
trade mapk
^ The Reliable House for Saddlery. ^
i
The Up-to-Date House for Cricketing Requisites. J ^
HROMELU) w. S. RALSTON, MOOR A
SEE TO YOUR ^ A. W. DOBBIE & CO. ^ WHEN-YOU WANT
WIFE'S COMFORT ' ^ Reliable
- . Sewing Machine
And Purchase one of our ^■ . .■ .v Remember our "SoIb Agencies.
There is no rislc, as they
_ ^ have been years on the
3L. WERTHEIM
The Superlative Qualities of Rk£,iable
v
/■ismuii# h Ysu/rti'7 ^'le vvonderfnl demand for
World over. • Jl our Machines is owing to
their all bping liigh-gradfl
potui^r STANDARD^ I"' WHITE
3MEidla.ii.d Junction-'s Latest 3ST ovelty.
heavy expenses ! Midland Junction has at last awakened, and is now ofiering every inducement to
settlement iu the way of low rents, rates and taxes, a'd WILTSHIRE, alive to tLe fact, has availed
Boots and Shoes -of all Descriptions Made to Order. Repairs a Specialty.
AT
M P.SC.S.P.B.,
Next Saleeba & Co.'s
MRs. McDougall announces having taken
ments. Patrons can re'y on receiving every
Wool, Hide and Skin Merchants

(individually-interested) IN THIS STATE. '
At TOP
We Buy straight out and PAY CASH ON DELIVERY—or
grower the "option of selling straight out to us or shipping
through us. No Interest will be charged after date of shipment.
SHIP through us, we give you the advantage of our large freight
Our Representatives will call in due course, we caution you
and for the Modern Lamb Tail Cutting and Searing Machine.
Commercial .Hotel, Moora.
THIS New Two-Storey Hotel is now open. Special care has been taken to provide excellent Accommda-
tion, the rooms being lofty and well-ventilated, and Comfortably Furnished. The latest methods or
RALSTON'S STORES
trade mark
s The Reliable House for Saddlery. s

The Up-to-Date House for Cricketing Requisites.
CHROMELLA) w. S. RALSTON, MOORA
SEE TO YOUR A. W. DOBBIE & CO. WHEN YOU WANT
WIFE'S COMFORT Reliable
Sewing Machine
And Purchase one of our Remember our "SoIe Agencies.
There is no risk, as they
have been years on the
The Famous. WERTHEIM
The Superlative Qualities of RELIABLE

Wonderful demand for
World over. our Machines is owing to
their all being high-grade
The popular STANDARD I"' WHITE
Midland Junction Latest Novelty.
heavy expenses Midland Junction has at last awakened, and is now ofiering every inducement to
settlement in the way of low rents, rates and taxes, and WILTSHIRE, alive to the fact, has availed
Boots and Shoes of all Descriptions Made to Order. Repairs a Specialty.
THREE SPRINGS. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 17 September 1909 [Issue No.90] page 5 2017-03-21 16:06 a shelter shed for school children

the following ladies and gentlemen :

a shelter shed for school children
the following ladies and gentlemen :
Advertising (Advertising), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 17 September 1909 [Issue No.90] page 6 2017-03-21 16:04 ,1s
♦Ai*:'
tits'"
3L- SALEEBA & CO.
■■-' S.. •• • . • • : . . • - . V*
ADVANCE MOORA!
^ " ;' * •:
^AlIkJ so are -,we Advancing,
,* ,^ith our X»arge and well assorted Stock of L)raperyi
.Boots and Siioes, Saddlery, .Hardware,
> ' • ^rncWKry/^DroceryV^d our Choice Brands nf Wines,
~*v , v --Ale/:^d-Spi\it\ ■
- J 'Va ,/v • ... , ... ... ^.. ■-> . - ■
^ i ' 'We Combing Good Quality with
8§fc&£-n 1%!t f' Bedtoch Prices"
...,. . .
f . / you buy elsewhere.
|£%V "WE.GUAB^TEK SATISFACTION. . •„• : . ;
H'-v/'
e vz^ ^^
vi „v r
•ti- ?
MOORA BAKERV
k^v,. . W - BOOTH has much pteasure in announcing to the Besidents of Moora
! f finrrnnnding districts, that he has again opened his Old Shop in
s r :*a ; . In VjarAiner Street; where he intends to crry on the Bakery Business as
foj-yf*-: -before. This has lately been conducted under the style of Booth & Craig.
Z~, ■ Breadi made "With Best Materials,^and by Competent Baker.
7': : I,::Goods a Specialty. Wedding, Birthday and Christmas
v - 'i. „1 * - " - Cskes Made to Order,
-.>1. , -■ Country Orders Promptly Attended to. A Triat-Folicited.
■• • r y v\\r BOOTH, Proprietor,' Gardiner Street,
.-. JE*te|®sa3u©:«*s I r^traaxers I
12JM88T-. GEORGE'S TERRACE, PERTH,'
- * \ • ■ ' ' •
.- FOR FULL PARTICULARS OF—
jCQJUPZETE B. B. P. MANURE.
' ,v.'' (registered). . N .
Ai> • ^PHOS. ACID. NITROGEN. i POTASH.
■ pext season's.supplies.
!^T. We are Agents for the—
H ~ "HUSTON" New Patent Oil Engine,
MadS by Rub ton, Proctor & Co. Ltd., Lincoln, England. T'hd most Economical
. ■ : \ -and Reliable Oil Engine on the market. Write for full.particulars.
r
^ i a-::: ra.MKi ■. i ^ ^
JUNCTION^ ' ■
Ciuiff and Grain Merchant.
^Livery stables.
, Horso?/ toabs, and Vehicles of every de
•v* '■■.cription for Bale or Hi1"6*
■r< Double Harness. ,
<%Einr
'"vv .
DAM & HARRISON,
3 C .mNu *• - ' '
I ■ ,>n* SEBDSMjBN,
S#«Kl v^l^ioei testation.
^ "-The
JHitrtanli <abbcjrttser,
:ni« &•» ijshki/at Moora.
■n >ihm4iii n. yr
,HT*tOffice :
135 HIGH STREET, 1
... .. "Vihout-a^donbt "the most- niarrellouB
oi'gan of tbebody is the eye, and the nlost
important function is eight: Considering
- how delicate jthe eye ie in strnctnre, and
hew-important it iB to the welfare and ;
"* that so little care and attention is bestowed
•upon it. in the ordinary course of life the
? eyas jgradnally lose atrongth, and JLhe. sight ...
bemm&HdiiriV'sb that by .the time the age of
40attituSsd, Slmost every person finds it
Deoeaea«y ib^Mort tp tji&iaid bf glasses, and
raaqy persons have to do so at a much earlier
age. This ,- is the only way yve have of
/ preserving'the eight, and If .proper glasses
- are obtained as soon as any defect is noticed
4 fnRher.dapay.will feO arrested. In order to
}* obtainRie pzaot glasses it us necessary to
lwveRjegight oarefidly tesLed by a skilful
/opticiaii,; The W. A. Apothecaries Co.,
advertise that the sight is tested ny their
expert free* of charge, and guarantee that
ayery p&ir of glasseasupplied will exactly
, '.correctall.errors of refraction, remote all
strain,sndbring thevision back to normal.
All 4lm«eltRjabled in fcny ~ifcay with their
•eyes or iW'donbl &b td -the era t condition
, ctf their Sight cannot do better than pay a
• /jviait -to theApotheeaiies' optican at the
^corner of Hurray and William streets.
Tinsmiths* etc.
undertaken,1 large or small.
V DOWN PIPE
(£urved), &c., &c.
. AND'
*
JHuIlanb adbtrtiser.
— "
£OPl£S of Abe " Midland Advertiser"
^ may be obtained from the under
G I NGIN -
M1NGENEW — -
-• Mr. Herberts
GERaLDTOX—
DQNGARRA^—
THRIjlE SPRINGS— ' , V '
Mr. J. 3. Brown- ,
Mrs. J. Hbar,
Mr. W. S. Ralston. ~
FREA^ANTLE—
E. II. Maxwell & Co., ,
^ ^ 135 High Street.
jGrniBral Carrier, Lefroy St., Moora.
pfiFIE! 5wfT
V
The Drapery Department is' well- Stocked
m all poods suitable for the
Ladies' and Gents.'^ Boots and Shoes

9
With the approach of the Wool Season we once, more inviteJarmers
'.'■All- Clips are thoroughly examined by us, and if necessary re-classed
; . before offering. x
- -Oar Expert being in close touch with the. London and Foreign Markets,
Open Competition musLgive begt results.
We hold Weekly Auction Sales of Sheepskins. Hides, Tallow, etc^
Every Friday, at trar Stores, Packenham Street.
Write to us for Labels, and give us a trial. Let the returns spfeak
. - ADVANCES ( MADE'. IF REQUIRED.
• Correspondence Invited.
Give us a call if you fare .down our f way'and see for yourselves how
WOOL PACKS ALWAYS IN STOCK. ^
/ : —
We Charge* Commission. Why ?
Because we give you the' benefit of our expert knowledge of the
trade,"and guarantee you Highest Market Rates.
Baxiis ! ZLaaixs ! I^atia.s!
Stud and Flock Rams from some of the best Breeders in the Eastern btates
. - V f ALSO 00 LONG WOpLS ; _
Before .purchasing elsewhere ft will pay you to inspect this Consignment.
Fpll Particulars "Later*
solid gold chains
Of Guaranteed^ Quality
Wt afrCV h erv a
Uox«n popular de
signs ] and ' an
make any thicku.-ss
desired iE <st_h«r
the single or 1HX
and £5 5s doulile,
ire can supply a
in 9ct. (pruaran
teed) Gold. Xos. -1
j and £8 lOs- lioni tj
_ we "can supply in
O | guaranteed lucl.
£8 lOs. ; doulile,
£12 lOs- *To 12.
ill 18ct- gold,-.:
sfngle, £'.1 ids. : .
double. £13 1 <1&.
No. 12 would I
weigh more than j
«nd for it we c.iui ■
quote single. Vet. '
£4 10a. , duui-le,
1(1 H you prefer^., to
"■ pay. less or more,
juot specify the
It will be advis
coeC we should be
The Slumber 9 design, a Straight Oorb, te probably the most wanted of all,
mci ibis we usually stock as folio1*& >—3et, sfagfe, *>2 iOs-, £3 ±Gs. ^ 15ct.
single £4= l<te., £o Wte., £C *©e-; Set., doubfcy £^£8 1©*., £4. 10a.,
T, £ - I3ct. doable, SOS bOa, £« £8 Wta-, £*€> 1On.. £172 lOs..
£» Ma.
Li/*/*/*;* *'
(AngtraSi), IJtA
The Treasure House ^ 613-615 HAY-Sl, PERTH
* -V '.
GADEES ! 7 GA.MES !
NO MORE DULL WINTER EVENINGS. »
■ A.B.C. BLOCKS. ' BLOCKS EMBOSSED WOOD. v
t
And Packer, iB best for all kinds of Rolling. Pulverizes clods, packs loose ground.
Dear Sirs,—The T Bar' Roller which I bought from you about four
?ears ago has given me every satisfaction in both light and cloddy ground,
t leaves the surface in much better order than is possible with a smooth
oiler. I ana pleased that I bought a T -bar Roller, and would recommend
ame to all farmers.—Yours truly,-JAMES MORRIS.
Dear Sirs,—My son bought one of your T hdv Rollers last season, and
3ATON.
Giendale, Beverley, March 28, 1908.
'Dear Sirsyi—We received Roller and " are more than satisfied " with
ee it work. You majT rest assured thai there will be a large number
equired here for next season.—Yours faithfully, WALKER BROS.
Dear £>irs,— Enclosed please find payment lor Roller which is a
' grand success."—Yours faithfully, J. W.RICKEY.
MOTOR & CYCLE AGE>';T£,
Repairs a .SpeciaJ^r..
Orders along f
E. C. CjbAJtK & SpN,
Tate Street,- LEKDKHyif.LE,:
Submitted for Country,JjQbp.
References—All Leading AiAhsjt^cta
an<l others who Rave Been spur.
Work. _ t, . . ..
Central Gardened*
Markets, Ctd,';^
PRODUCE AND FRUIT SAlifcSMEN,
COMMISSION ACENra^^
Registered Office and Saleroomsi 387,
Directors: W. R. Haynes, "A.'TE. Clem
ents, tL O. Peterson.
Daily Auction Sales ofFruit apd pro
duce. Prompt settlements/ "" V.r*
Reference : W.. A. BANK, IfcBXSn
We advise Clients sanieday
same attention given to smaU<^nsumiMntS
as large. Give us a trialcohsigfament.
A. KEElfE, Manages, .
in WJL a* ■»
at imiilU ■■!*<>
Worth more than Winning Tatt^rp&y^f.
DONALD MATHEtGDN
^ (Plympton's Baths}
AND ■ '
JOE ROB80N
(23 Tackfield St., FreurfiBtlej
MR. T. REIRDftN,
Cantonment Street,jFrenQaatjla
MR. McDONMft,
Stationer, High St.,'Fren»otie.
J,
THE MOORA BLACK8TO
ROBERTS STREET, JMQORA .
General Blacksmith and. WW#
' COACH S WAGSOM BUILOWu
Coachtrimmmg and Painting^doj^e
on the Premises." ' ■ 17
Farm Implements ZQade to On^rt".
f r
Agent for Masaev-Harris Machin^jryJ1^
MERCHANT,-^
\
" • Z'.""™.
Doctors were tried and ^lu^gg^io*
Plates worn, without reUpCj;
But a few bottles <ol.
CHAS. COOK'S , A
AKE-OH.
Proved^a Permanent Ohrr*.:
Chas. Cook's AKE-OIL - QjjQi.
Cqok^RB EUMATIC Drppj ty td.
'. 7 Adelaide Street, Fremantle.
Funerals conducted at Moora and OmtfUlt
Guildford. * ' "
Announcement. ^



K. SALEEBA & CO

ADVANCE MOORA !

And so are we Advancing,
With our Large and well assorted Stock of Drapery
.Boots and Shoes, Saddlery, .Hardware,
Crockery,Grocery and our Choice Brands of Wines,
Ale and-Spirit,

We Combine Good Quality with
' Bedrock Prices"

Always try us before you buy elsewhere.
WE.GUARANTEE SATISFACTION.




MOORA BAKERY
W BOOTH has much pleasure in announcing to the Besidents of Moora
and surrounding districts, that he has again opened his Old Shop in
in Gardiner Street; where he intends to carry on the Bakery Business as
before. This has lately been conducted under the style of Booth & Craig.
First class Bread made "With Best Materials,and by Competent Baker.
Small Goods a Specialty. Wedding, Birthday and Christmas
Cakes Made to Order,
Country Orders Promptly Attended to A Trial solicited.
W . BOOTH, Proprietor,' Gardiner Street,
FARMERS ! FARMERS !
129 ST GEORGE'S TERRACE, PERTH,'

FOR FULL PARTICULARS OF—
COMPLEATE B. B. P. MANURE.
(registered)..
PHOS. ACID. NITROGEN. POTASH.
next season's.supplies.
We are Agents for the—
"RUSTON" New Patent Oil Engine,
Made by Ruston, Proctor & Co. Ltd., Lincoln, England. The most Economical
and Reliable Oil Engine on the market. Write for full.particulars.

A. ABBOTT,
JUNCTION
Carff and Grain Merchant.
Livery stables.
Horses Cabs, and Vehicles of every de-
dicription for Bale or Hire.
Double Harness. ,
GET
.
DAWSON & HARRISON,

SEEDMEN
opposite station
The
Midland Advertiser
Published at Moora.
Branch Office :
135 HIGH STREET,
Without a doubt the most marvellous
organ of the body is the eye, and the most
important function is sight: Considering
how delicate the eye is in structure, and
how important it is to the welfare and
that so little care and attention is bestowed
upon it. in the ordinary course of life the
eyes gradually lose strength, and the sight
becomes dim so that by .the time the age of
40attaind, almost every person finds it
necessary to resort to glasses, and
many persons have to do so at a much earlier
age This is the only way we have of
preserving the eight, and If .proper glasses
are obtained as soon as any defect is noticed
further.decay.will be arrested. In order to
obtain the exact glasses it is necessary to
have the sight carefully tested by a skilful
optition The W. A. Apothecaries Co.,
advertise that the sight is tested by their
expert free of charge, and guarantee that
every pair of glasses supplied will exactly
correct all errors of refraction, remove all
strain and bring the vision back to normal.
All those troubled in any way with their
eyes or in doubt as to the exact condition
of their Sight cannot do better than pay a
visit to the Apotheeaiies' optican at the
corner of Murray and William streets.
Tinsmiths etc.
undertaken, large or small.
DOWN PIPE
(Curved), &c., &c.
AND

Midland Advertiser

COPlES of the " Midland Advertiser"
may be obtained from the under
MINGENEW — -
Mr. Herberts
GERALDTON—
DONGARRA—
THREE SPRINGS—
Mr. J. J. Brown ,
Mrs. J. Hoar,
Mr. W. S. Ralston.
FREAMANTLE—
E. H. Maxwell & Co., ,
135 High Street.
General Carrier, Lefroy St., Moora.


The Drapery Department is well Stocked
in all poods suitable for the
Ladies' and Gents., Boots and Shoes


With the approach of the Wool Season we once, more invite farmers
All- Clips are thoroughly examined by us, and if necessary re-classed
before offering.
Our Expert being in close touch with the. London and Foreign Markets,
Open Competition must give best results.
We hold Weekly Auction Sales of Sheepskins. Hides, Tallow, etc
Every Friday, at our Stores, Packenham Street.
Write to us for Labels, and give us a trial. Let the returns speak
ADVANCES MADE. IF REQUIRED.
Correspondence Invited.
Give us a call if you are .down our way and see for yourselves how
WOOL PACKS ALWAYS IN STOCK.

We Charge Commission. Why ?
Because we give you the benefit of our expert knowledge of the
trade,and guarantee you Highest Market Rates.
RAMS ! RAMS ! RAMS !
Stud and Flock Rams from some of the best Breeders in the Eastern States
ALSO 50 LONG WOOLS _
Before .purchasing elsewhere It will pay you to inspect this Consignment.
Full Particulars "Later*
SOLID GOLD CHAINS
Of Guaranteed Quality
We show here a
dozen popular de-
signs and can
make any thickness
desired in either
the single or poc-
and £5 5s double,
We can supply a
in 9ct. (gruaran
teed) Gold. nos. 1
and £8 lOs double
we can supply in
guaranteed 15ct
£8 lOs. ; double,
£12 lOs To 12.
in 18ct- gold,-.:
single, £9 10s. : .
double. £13 10s
No. 12 would
weigh more than
and for it we can
quote single. 9ct.
£4 10a. , double,
If you prefer to
pay. less or more,
just specify the
It will be advis -
Case we should be
The number 9 design, a Straight Curb, is probably the most wanted of all,
and this we usually stock as follows 9ct, single£2 10s £3 10 15ct.
single £4 10., £5 10s £6 10s 9ct , doube £3 £8 10 £4. 10s.,
£5 5s 15ct. double, £5 10s £6 10 £8 10s £10 10 £12 10s
£14 10s

(Austrailia), L.t.d
The Treasure House 613-615 HAY-Sl, PERTH

GAMES ! GAMES !
NO MORE DULL WINTER EVENINGS.
A.B.C. BLOCKS. ' BLOCKS EMBOSSED WOOD. v

And Packer, is best for all kinds of Rolling. Pulverizes clods, packs loose ground.
Dear Sirs,—The T Bar Roller which I bought from you about four
years ago has given me every satisfaction in both light and cloddy ground,
it leaves the surface in much better order than is possible with a smooth
roller. I ana pleased that I bought a T -bar Roller, and would recommend
same to all farmers.—Yours truly,-JAMES MORRIS.
Dear Sirs,—My son bought one of your T Bars Rollers last season, and
EATON.
Glendale, Beverley, March 28, 1908.
'Dear Sirs—We received Roller and " are more than satisfied " with
see it work. You may rest assured that there will be a large number
required here for next season.—Yours faithfully, WALKER BROS.
Dear Sirs,— Enclosed please find payment for Roller which is a
grand success."—Yours faithfully, J. W.RICKEY.
MOTOR & CYCLE AGENTS,
Repairs a .Specialty.
Orders along !
E. C. CLARCK & SON,
Tate Street,- LEEDERVILLE
Submitted for Country,Jobs
References—All Leading Architects
and others who Rave Been our.
Work. _
Central Gardeners
Markets, Ltd
PRODUCE AND FRUIT SALESMEN,
COMMISSION AGENTS
Registered Office and Salerooms 387,
Directors: W. R. Haynes, "A.'TE. Clem-
ents, P. O. Peterson.
Daily Auction Sales ofFruit and pro-
duce. Prompt settlements
Reference : W.. A. BANK, Perth
We advise Clients sameday
same attention given to small consignments
as large. Give us a trial consignment.
A. KEENE, Manages, .
in WA on re-
of remittence
Worth more than Winning Tattersalls
DONALD MATHESON
(Plympton's Baths}
AND
JOE ROBS0N
(23 Tackfield St., Fremantle )
MR. T. REIRDON,
Cantonment Street, FreMantle
MR. McDONALD
Stationer, High St.,'FreMantle

THE MOORA BLACKSMITH
ROBERTS STREET, MOORA .
General Blacksmith and. WheelWright
' COACHS & WAGGON BUILDERS
Coachtrimming and Painting done
on the Premises.
Farm Implements made to Order.

Agent for Massey-Harris Machinery
MERCHANT,

HAVE been Cured of RHEUMA-

Doctors were tried and Rheumatic
Plates worn, without relief
But a few bottles of.
CHAS. COOK'S
AKE-OIL.
Proved a Permanent Cure
Chas. Cook's AKE-OIL - OIL
Cook,s REUMATIC Drops 2d 6d.
7 Adelaide Street, Fremantle.
Funerals conducted at Moora and District
Guildford.
Announcement.
THE GRAMMAR LESSON. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 17 September 1909 [Issue No.90] page 7 2017-03-21 12:03 the preceptress. I
the preceptress.
GENERAL INFORMATION. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 17 September 1909 [Issue No.90] page 7 2017-03-21 12:00 It is stated that English is gra
to gas. j
During^ one year a high police offi
iso.ooo.
There is a little six-year-old Chi
man who, by the souml of the con
Recently, a Parisian, lady recog
During the past year the mem
bers of the Watton Rat and Spar
the March quarter, a,ud most mar
, An Englishman, ,' calling himself
and that the wearers shall not be ad
for a single» Dreadnought would
have met the cost* of a whole fleet
to the American public a gramo
phone safe loci:, which will open when
beth Borough . Council, not one suc
ceeded in givQrg satisfaction as to
ability to wrSte shorthand at 120
M. Petroff,/ a Russian millionaire,
on his deatlA-bed, summoned all his
relations, aisd burnt before them a
pile of hantknotes representing his
on their es«cape< from the evils of be
ing rich. r * 1674.
It is stated that English is gra-
to gas.
During one year a high police offi-
180,000
There is a little six-year-old Chi-
man who, by the souml of the con-
Recently, a Parisian, lady recog-
During the past year the mem-
bers of the Watton Rat and Spar-
the March quarter, a,ud most mar-
An Englishman, calling himself
and that the wearers shall not be ad-
for a single Dreadnought would
have met the cost of a whole fleet
to the American public a gramo-
phone safe lock, which will open when
as shorthand-typist under the Lam-
beth Borough . Council, not one suc-
ceeded in giving satisfaction as to
ability to write shorthand at 120
M. Petroff, a Russian millionaire,
on his death-bed, summoned all his
relations, and burnt before them a
pile of banknotes representing his
on their escape from the evils of be-
ing rich. 1674.
MALAY CHIEFS AND THEIR ENGLISH BEDS. (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 17 September 1909 [Issue No.90] page 7 2017-03-21 11:47 most woe-begone fashion that they j
were trying to get to sleep, and |
thing deprecatory concerning the cli- !
mate of my native land, but it was '
plain that it met with their un
insides ?" they asked. In their coun
wherefore a bed had never been pre
lie. I pulled open their beds, pop
me how they liked the unusual ex
loud in their praise of the new dis
covery, and of European ingenuity. .
most woe-begone fashion that they
were trying to get to sleep, and
thing deprecatory concerning the cli-
mate of my native land, but it was
plain that it met with their un-
insides ?" they asked. In their coun-
wherefore a bed had never been pre-
lie. I pulled open their beds, pop-
me how they liked the unusual ex-
loud in their praise of the new dis-
covery, and of European ingenuity
SCHOOLBOY "BOWLERS." (Article), The Midlands Advertiser (Moora, WA : 1907 - 1930), Friday 17 September 1909 [Issue No.90] page 7 2017-03-21 11:42 Several teachers of biology, his
"Some of these answers," wrath
Several teachers of biology, his-
"Some of these answers," wrath-

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