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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

JJ I DOV pi 1 g^lf^auñfc J^irit Merchant, flAIinl ULHIlIVL) Eagle Chambers, Perth, CAN Supply the Trade and Public by.gal lon, case or casks. Celebrated Geo, Hyde Whisky, 50s. case, or in bulk at 25s. per gal- lon; Pilsner Lager Beers, Ss. Od.doz. Quarts;. Devonshire Cider, pints 10s. pd., quarts 16s. English Ales and Guinness' Stout, also Colo- nial and Foreign Wines, Pi pw Heidsick Cham- pagne, French Liqueurs, Boord's Dry Gin, 48s. case ; Lethant's English Hams. Genuine Foreign Cigars, 15s. hundred, in box ; Ceylon Teas, ls. 6dl, ls. 9J. packet, in 51b. and 101b.. boxes. Terms Cash. Telephone 534. r*X4©BSBi &.m, ? 13tí tiid ICS ?.Ar.Hâi;K-<r. (Tti 87), - VlCTöSIÄ PAttK.'fiiKl RIVERSDALE JíTJRSERIES, HATE TH STOCK :-Fruit Trees of all varieties, worked on ti»* ino&t approved stocks ; true to name. Crape Vines. Roses ali varieties. SEEDS-Agricultural, Veget- able sad Flower, all leading and most approved varieties. Reliable Agents wau ted, and the Trade S...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

That THE SUNDAY TIMES may be pardon- ably proud of to-day's up-to-date supple- ment. That all ages and classes will be catered for in its artistically entertaining pages. That the "seven-mile" trial of the Cool- gardie water pipes was badly stage-managed by those responsible.   That the plausible Hodgson failed to ex- plain why only one joint was exposed to view. That Rason's frantic efforts to boost, the   boodlers was also a ghastly failure.   That all sceptical enquiries were silenced by the "hear, hear," of the free-lunch claquer.         That ugly rumors are afloat concerning the St. Patrick's Day drowning fatality at Ascot. That the proprietor of the local hotel refused whisky for resuscitation purposes without spot cash. That the early arrival of the highly necessary spirit might have considerably helped the rescue party.       That the alleged hea...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

TICKET ARRANGEMENTS. Haliday KxsursionTiêke^ j snâ A quarier íor the^oftou) jeiú^y, .»dl be issued-ito«^ fr^ 23at--'j forms -:' ^ciáotog 't*uv?Midland. 'XJómpaay1 1 line), except between Stations Fremantle lo i Bellevue and Maddington inclnslvé, Item ] Wednesday^ 28ti Man»; to Tnesday,: let. April, hiâusîve, /'available fdr -fourteen j ?dàys>njr\ jju>tai"öi»^n^ ¡over: 100 rióles, ' within ihj^' months from ; date J¡f issue, e^cepV Uchets issued to or j from stations on or over the Midland Com- ] |:psny,s line, -which wîfrW month- Minimum fares ls. first class, !fc,;secDöd'ickms.-' . /'??..<: .' ;-v ;' -, The Wednesday, Saturday'and Sunday F?rcumoo Tickets will he Tssued-between ¡Stations Fremantle to Bellevue and Mad dington Inclusive, -oh Sunday, .Monday,: sod'Tuesday, 30th and 31st March, and ! 1st , April; Svaik^ day of :tesahj¿my.*!->v:v-'-- <:. ;* : -!'.,"'"Tj¿MN'^i^EJ^<íEMEÑTS./í--' . Kote.-Unless, shown to the contrary, Mixed Trains w...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

Special Advertisements. Condit and Launder, . . .412 Hay-Street, Perth. HATS\ HATS! ALL KINDS OF HATS MADE TO ORDER. SPECIALTY.-JOHN Ii. STETSONS AMKRICAN FELT HATS, finest, Goods m the State. DONALD J. CHIPPER, UNDERTAKER, Hay-street, Perth, and at Hannan street, Kalgoorlie. The Host Up-to-Date Funeral Furnishing Establishments iu the State. The Latest Designs in Wreaths, Domes aud Crosses always on hand at both establishments. Cl H A R L~ES COULSON, ' ' Undertaker, 103 Janies-street. FUNERALS Supplied and Conducted at Moderate Charges. Telephone 422. Crystal Gaie Restaurant S67 HAY-STREET, PERTH (Opposite the Bon Marché). T, D£W, Proprietor (Late of Albany). Railway Hen, Remember your Friend i during the late Strike, and Patrouiae the j Man who stuck to vou. j ALL MEALS, ls. First-class Beds and J'çU-yejitilakd Rooms from ls. 64. to 23. per bight. The Crystal Cafe has no rival in the City 1 (or Cleanliness and Civility. ' Inspection Invited. " THÉ PAPER FOR ADVERTISERS Is the Pape...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISSING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

MISSING FRIENDS. Below we give a list of the missing in Australia, compiled from the latest English, Irish and Scottish journals. Any person who can give information concerning those   wanted is kindly requested to send particu- lars to the Editor of THE SUNDAY TIMES, Perth. The intelligence will then be for- warded to the paper in which the enquiry first appeared. Particulars should be sent as briefly as possible, plainly written on one   side only of the paper. A "stamped ad- dressed envelope" must in all cases be sent for reply :—   ALEXANDRA (John) left Stratford for Aus- tralia 17 years back.   ALGER (Ernest P.) was in Sydney in 1888. AMOS (Henry Joseph), left England in   1899 ; wrote from Malta that he was going to Australia.   ARGH, or HERD (Mrs.), otherwise Mrs. GEORGE HOBBS, maiden name Harriet More. Last heard of four years ago living corner   Sutton and Buncle streets, North Mel- b...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PRESCRIPTINS BY PARCELS POST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

^PRESCRIPTIONS BY PARCELS POST. _*_ The advantages afforded by the parcels post regulations are, we understand, being gradually appreciated by residents in the country districts, and in this connection par- ticular attention to the requirements of their country constituents continues to be given by the W. A. Apothecaries Company Ltd. of this city and Kalgoorlie. Formerly com- plaints were frequent at the difficulty ex- perienced in obtaining in the country dis- tricts particular drugs required in the pre- paration of prescriptions. Occasionally it might be perhaps some new drug or late dis- covery in medicine, the knowledge of which had not penetrated into the interior of this of this country of magnificent distances. The Apothecaries Company elsewhere announce that much suffering may be prevented and money saved if country residents more   generally understood the advantages of the parcels post system as established in this State. This.company are seeking to extend the...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Sunday Times SUNDAY, MARCH 30, 1902. AN AUSTRALIAN REPUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

The Sunday imes Sunday, March 30, 1902 AN AUSTRALIAN REPUBLIC. Just prior to his departure for Europe His Eminence Cardinal Moran, as a protest against what he considered Imperial neglect, predicted the possibility of an Australasian Republic at no distant date. Other lights of lesser magnitude have since voiced the warning as a National hope, and there are   those among us who have come to believe that the realisation of such a dream is within immediate possibility. But there is some sense in the question asked by the Hon. W. E. O'Sullivan : "What's the good of talk- ing of a republic in our time ? " Not because a republic would be of less value to us than to our children after us, but because the people of the Commonwealth are too con- tented with their present lot and prospects to indulge in any revolutionary agitation for a drastic constitutional change. It is only in times of poignant despotism and unbear-   able grievances that the people voluntarily ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BLACKS IN BURSWOOD FRED MEAD ON PRINSEP. NATIVES DENIED NOURISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

BLACKS IN BURSWOOD FRED MEAD ON PRINSEP. NATIVES DENIED NOURISHMENT. Everybody knows Fred Mead the half- caste, and as he likes to call himself the "Aboriginal rough rider." He boasts that his father was a "white man," and yet he   never wearies in talking about "my mother's people." Socially, religiously, and educa- tionally he is a product of the New Korcia Mission Station, but nomadically he is the outcome of years of experience on nearly every big station in the West. He claims past terms of equality with the Forrests, and speaks of the Nor'-west Duracks as his familiar friends. During the week he called at the office of the SUNDAY TIMES and begged permission to state the grievances of   " my mother's people " to our readers, for   his people believed the SUNDAY TIMES would   help them to get justice. In fairly fluent English Fred Mead then poured in our ears A Severe Accusation against the Aborigines Protection Board, which he...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

NÖTIGE -« A person calling himself J. Corrie is posing at Fremantle as a representative of the SUNDAY TIMES. We caution business people to beware of him, as be has no con-   nection whatever with this paper. In another column Mr. Chas. Sommers   (late Minister for Lands) announces that he has been appointed sole representative in W. A for the Cyclone fence. This fence is admitted to be the best in the market, and when a farmer or squatter has seen it he will have no other. Farmers and othera who in- tend fencing are advised to get particulars. Rickard's, in William-street, will be found the premier place for pianos and sewing machines, also for all kinds of machine repairs and parts of all makes af machines. Slr. Rickard guarantees all work done at his establishment

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CYNICAL SYNOPSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

CYNICAL SYNOPSIS "All the venal crowd." --Byron The bubonic plague is raging at Punjab, in India. Leake has returned from his junketing with Barton and De Largie. Mrs. John Davies sailed for England by the R.M.S Omrah. After exporting "The Two Worlds" it is refreshing to have "A Message from Mars." What is all this row about sandalwood ? Second Citizen : It's a Piesse of Scandal Barry Wood had about Kurrawang. A new evening paper is on the stocks for Perth. Goodness knows there is plenty of room for one. Labor Member Taylor scored big on his visit to Cue. The Leakites were left lament- ing. Holman, M.L.A., is looking forward to the time when we shall have a "Labor Member Ministry." When are all the big fat vacant billets to be filled, and from where? And will the operation be performed without palm oil?   As soon as the Central Board of Health gave orders for vigorous rat catching nearly all the members of Parliament scattered. The rivalry between Sydney and Mel- bourne...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
VERSE—AND WORSIORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

VERSE--AND WORSE "To cheat thee of a sigh, Or charm thee to a tear." --Moore       In Hay-street, --She: "What sort of oil did the syndicate expect Gibb Maitland to         find?" He: "'Palm oil.'"     ****       "Strikes me," observed the man in the   Fremantle train, "that the Victorian rail-     way employees are in for a glorious blow out at Coronation time in Melbourne. The de-     partment," he proceeded, reading the inter-     state news, "has order 50 tons of fish       plates from America.'" ! ! "       * . * » "The great danger," writes a nautical   expert, "in crossing the Great Australian       Bight ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CURING THE CRIMINAL PRISONERS AND PATHOLOGY. SCHEME OF A DRAKESB ROOK SETTLEMENT. LAW, LAXITY, ANDELABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

CURING THE CRIMINAL PRISONERS AND PATHOLOGY SCHEME OF A DRAKESBROOK SETTLEMENT LAW, LAXITY, AND LABOR The letter from a prisoner in Freemantle Gaol published in our last issue makes it   evident that a change in the treatment of prisoners is imperative. This was clearly recognised during the the enquiries of the Royal Commission of 1899, and of which Dr. Jameson was chairman; but so supine and indifferent have been the authorities that nothing more than a feeble spurt in minor departments was made until in September, 1901, Dr. Jameson urged the necessity of radical alterations in the classification of prisoners and when he earnestly advocated   the establishment of a prison labor farm at Drakesbrook. Here at once the reader should understand the doctor's motive. He was fully convinced from a careful study of Lombroso, Ferri, Lacassagne, Havelock   Ellis, Maudsley, Tallack and other crimino- logists, as well as by a consideration of the methods ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
[?]STREET TRAGEDY. THE CONDEMNED ME[?] [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

HAY-STREET TRAGEDY   THE CONDEMNED MEN.   Petitions are being signed which crave the Royal clemency for the three men, M'Kay, Cullen, and Campbell, now under sentence of death for the murder of John Gray. This effort ?ects with our sympathy, and is prac- tically a public endorsement of the verdict of the jury at the trial. Regarding that   verdict there is a misunderstanding in some quarters. The jury has been blamed for bringing in a verdict the consequences of     which, according to the law, is death to the accused, and then adding a rider to the effect that the law should not be carried out. But the evidence at the trial was as to whether murder as legally defined had been committed. There are certain thngs to be proved before a man can be Legally Convicted of Murder.   and if these are established then there is no help for it--the jury must find the man guilty, if they are true to their oath. But a &a...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
[?] AND RUGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

FURS AND RUGS   Positively the best collection of Australian Fur Rugs. Male and Ladies' Furs of every description ever seen in this State, is now on view at Sands and McDougall's old premises, St. George's Terrace. These goods are manu- factured by Mr. Henry Lawrence, the well- known furrier, of Adelaide, and, as usual, he guarantees every article made this season and free from moth. The Ladies' Furs this   season are particularly choice, and all made up in the latest styles.   For Photographs, Typewriters, Poker Machines and skilled repairs, Redpath, 81   High-street, Fremantle.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

WHYTE & MACKAY'S SPECIAL WHISKEY ABSOLUTELY UNRIVALLED. Sole Agents-MILNE & CO., William Street, Perth. The CYCLONE WOVEN WIRE FENCE _______________________________________                 _______________________________________                                                   _________________________________     A TYPICAL SHEEP FENCE. The CYCLONE FENCE may be built any height, any strength, any number of cables, any spacing, any style, and at any price. The CYCLONE FENCE is horse high, bull strong, pig and sheep proof...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
POLICE REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

"Reform" desires a radical change in our   tribunals. He writes: Is there no way to   force our police to observe their oaths of office, and to insist upon them carrying out their legal duties of protection as policement (polis, a city)--that is, men of the city--to guard our interests, protect our liberties and our property! Their present conduct involves the imperilling of our liberties, our lives, and our properties. Just take the   present Criminal Sessions as the most recent example. If our police can do no better than that, we were well rid of them. Let us do our own protection and hold our own daily courts in the Town Hall, and put an end to this reign of officialism. Our legal system rests upon a basis the very vital principle of which was relief of the poor and oppressed. Yet the present system enforces the very opposite, and our expen- sive police is simply a power for the wealthy few and is no protection to the public, as witness the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
KALGOORLIE KETCHUP [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

KALGOORLIE KETCHUP - BY KURRAJONG There is a process known in England as "nursing a constituency," much attested by wealthy men who have no objection o wast- ing a few years and spending a few thou- sands if there is a seat in Parliament hanging to the end of it. Mayor Keenan is trying   something of the same sort on a small scale in Kalgoorlie, the only difference being that     he is not putting his hands into his own   pockets for the largess. A week or two ago it was announced in the local Press,   with a burst of whoo-whooping in honor of   N.K.'s munificence, that the gent. in ques- tion had presented £200, said sum being the   unallotted portion of his Mayoral allow- ance for the last six months, to one of the   most deserving local charities, viz., the fund   for sending Goldfields children to the coast for ozone and recuperation. Now, nobody will question the...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THEATRICAL. THEATRE ROYAL "A MESSAGE FROM MARS." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

A MESSAGE FROM MARS   A crowded theatre, an enthusiastic audi-   ence, and a fine interpretation of a splendid play was what was witnessed at this theatre last night, when the Hawtrey Comedy Company opened their Perth season with the above-mentioned piece--a production   which, in spite of the great expectations formed of its merits beforehand, failed in no respect to fulfil all anticipations. The plot is a simple one, and the play is easily fol-   lowed throughout, the interest being fully maintained from start to finish. Horace     Parker (Mr. Gregan MacMahon) is seen in the first act as the incarnation of youthful selfishness. He refuses to take his aunt and   his fiancé to a dance ; it is to him that the Messenger from Mars appears, and it   is the mission of the latter to re- form the selfish one. It is in the second set that Horace Parker's lesson com- mences, when he goes f...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CREMORNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

CREMORNE   The entertainment presented during the   past week at this popular house of amuse- ment has well satisfied the patrons thereof, who have rolled up in good numbers to enjoy the good things provided by Messrs. Jones and Lawrence. Mr. Harry Shine, Mr. Tom Curran, Miss Katherine Goodrich, and Miss Hilda Harman have been responsible for the star turns, the remainder also being   well-received. Last night a good house wit- nessed the farce "Muldoon's Picnic," which, in conjunction with "Living Models" and some first-class variety turns, will fill the bill for the forthcoming week.          

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ROGUERY OR RATING? THE PAY, PAY, PAY BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

The Metropolitan Waterworks Board was   conceived in imbecility and chicanery, and   has an hereditary tendency to live on in the matrix. It requires a thorough overhaul- ing--down to all its billets and its books. Outside Russia there is no public body so tyrannical, so oppressive to the people,     carrying out Kipling's advice, "pay, pay, pay," under cast-iron rules of compulsion. For the most part its officers are insolent and its dealings are needlessly heartless. At this season it has been sending out its notices of rates for the year ending Decem- ber 31, 1902, "in the pursuance of the powers contained in the Metropolitan Waterworks   Act 1899 and the Municipal Institutions   Act 1900," which high authority is always printed on the notice-papers, so as to give the ratepayers         A Financial Fright. It is bad enough to have these notices of &...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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