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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898
HANNANS ST., KALGOOßklE. Under Entirely Kew Management. The Principal Goldfields Hotel. WALLACE BROWNLOW, Proprietor. Published for public information only.] PROSPECTUS OF Crushing Sjmírfotfe, i^imiteïr. CAPITAL-£2000 in 200 Shares of £10 Each. 120 Shares have been privately subscribed, and the remaining 80 Shares are being reserved for future issue. Directors : A. C. Heindorf, Esq. (Managing Director), Brice Bunny, Esq., W. Haughton ¿Bell, Esq. Bankers : Solicitors : Union Bank of Austkalia, Limited. Eichabd E. Hourigan. Brokers : Secretary : Cotas, Be&z. and Co. Henry B. Coz.es. THIS Syndicate has been formed for the purpose of purchasing from Martin Walsh, Esq., his Paddling Plant, Etc., and all rights appertaining thereto, situate North of Fitzroy Lead, Kanowna. Sufficient Capital to carry on works, etc., has been privately subscribed, en- abling the Syndicate to hold in reserve the remaining 80 shares. It is intended to double the present plant, and to erect a battery, ...
THE DEADLOCK JOINT SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898
THE DEADLOCK JOINT , SITTING. Representing the proportion of voting power that each elector will have in the joint sitting to adjust *~ conflicts between the Chambers. Plus 10 per cent, added to the obstructive powers of a minority by the necessity of obtaining three-fifths majority in any dead- lock. [From an Eastern point of view these are ^ood arguments against the Bill, - To Westralians, how- ever, tbW. constitute excellent arguments in favour of the Bill, the loss of the other colonies being our gain. The Eastern colonies, despite their sacrifices, have given a huge majority for the Bill. Shall we not be fools to reject their generosity ?]
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898
- HOUSE OF REPRESEN- TATIVES. Proportion of voting power to each Elector in the House of Re- presentatives, in which, the Con- vention Bill advocates declare, all Australians are to stand on a politically equal footing. Through having given Tasmania and West Australia a minimum of ave representatives, the vote of the Tasmanian and the West Australian becomes nearly double the value of that of the New South Wales mau, the Victorian or the South Australian.
[?]enings From Home. Leave off your damnable faces, and begin." (Continued from Page 3). [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898
tëimunjjs from Home. &lt;Bt í'The Piatooeb.") Leave off your damnable taces, and begin." (Continued from Page 3). The Trilby Burlesque was pro- duced for the first time in Perth by the Maggie Moore Company on Friday night, before a splendid and enthusiastic audience. Probably there are few people in the colonies who have not read Du Manner's Trilby, and a large pro- portion of these haye also seen Paul M. Potter's dramatic version, either at the hands .of the Ameri- can Trilby company or some Sther, hut only a minority of Perth people bave seen it burlesqued hitherto. Stay-did. not George. Darrell give a farcical. account: -of the drama. Ah Í font then he did under the erroneous impression that he was duly representing the drama. At any rate, onr un- critical Press imagined, like him- self, that such was the case. Still it remained for Maggie Moore to burlesque it in* jan artistic and convincing manner, and this is what ehe has just done, and will continue to do during the p...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RACING. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898
SOUTH ATJSTRAUAÏf . RACING- ' í * .-Aas&upa/Satmday. y There, was a medinm attendance' at the coarse fö-dayi The.»éidtiè^£oa.aa. ^411oi^--n /- . ;: .&lt;;_ >" j\s ~-^ /Pask1Sa3Hdkap> *.?Baal«ry :JI. ?.".«:'. ... ». Ï '. Fond ri." * ûr"'^""^; 2 '? ' Hainsidtr... :...'í .-.v:m««:;3 New Warrior ... ~. -4 .?«. I MipAjtus ..&lt;. &lt; ¿,: > ?& :...i:^, :2 -.¿ Menindie ...,, ,. .... ¿ , ..... . .... 'lu*';. JSlAEATATVîUA^HAÎKDieAP. ßtafla. "...1 '-' Tabocai* ... ' ..; ... -..-2 ' KaÄrn"'*;;. '.j? ;.: * ... ;3 '~ BOKEPÀSK HAHDÍSApI : Bloodstone-: J.v !v;;,;.>; ,.-. 'X' ' ? ' . ' Wvsd - ?». : ; 4*¡ ."¿' "'. v-« * "; '. >... 2 * Alverarv ... ... ... ...-^.. SonpuscHASK. GoulaadjBtó"... ^.. -;l.l 1 ? T* Unían JaÜk ^'X.-"''.;:'*:i ..'. .*'&lt; UKX. ... ... .* The¡ field got well away. Sir Joe came to grief at them-st jump, Crom- well, leading Union Jack and Grass- mere. Union Jack took command at the next obstacle, and led to stone...
LATEST SPORTING. W.A. TATTERSALL'S. RACECOURSE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898
LATEST SPORTING. W,A. TATTERSALL'S. Bacecourse, Saturday!-; Dull weather favoured TattetsaHV Race Meeting, which was postponed from foundation Day. There was consequently a poor attendance, though. a fair number of ladies did the trip ont. The arrangements were excellent, ancL the racing good. Besults : Sblung Bace. Garrick .1 Fun .. . ... 2 Pinto .3 Dividend, £117s. Hurdle Bace. Juvenile ... .1 Satanelia . . ... 2 Regent . 3 Dividend, £2 4a. Pasjosua. Handicap. Duke of York .1 | Victory .2 Pretty Maid .3 Foundation Handicap. Euglo . 1 Onslow . '2 YaLeXiOck... . 3 Dividend, £\ 17s. , Wrara» HandIcap: . Duke of York ..' 1 - Cüjpper . ... ... J Juvenile."8' Dividend, Jß2 Ila. ' '' SnocBSB Handicap* TMckySóz l .!. !.. \." 1 - Wesfxahan Peer' . ...3 ... 2 \_ Yatheroo.i &lt; .. ..*?.. ^ - Ifine^stariied.'
THE FEDERAL POLL. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898
I THE FEDERAL POLL. The great day of the federal polling has come and gone, and by the working of what Mr. Bar- ton appropriately termed the "treacherous amendment," New South Wales is excluded from the family circle, despite the expres- sed wish of her people to be with- in it. Probably the revenue sus- tained by federalists in New South Wales accompanied by the revela- tion of strength which their large majority affords, will only lead to further efforts, and the result of the temporary check may be only to delay and not to destroy federa- tion. The most usefnl service the federal poll has performed is to show how wide and how deep is the federal feeling amongst the people of Australia. Up to the time of writing the South Australian results had not come to hand, but omitting that colony lhere was shown 170,945 affirmative votes, as against 90,057, a majority of no less than 80,888 in favour of national unity. If we accept the estimate put for- ward concerning the probable polling ...
YACHTING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898
- Y^QHTÎNG NOTES , (B> " Fi.mo; J«. ) -j A decided novelty has jost been introduced on the river in the shape Or an. [American gasoline launch, by Mr.ïrank Perrot. The dimen- sions of the launch are-loft, lou», 8ft 6in. beam, 20in. deep, oak stem, sternpost, -keel, and timbéis. The hull is beau ti fal Iv built and well designed, but the chief interest is -centred in the motive power. Thi* is a Pearce gasoline 1 h.p. engine, and is placed aft of the backboard, thus occupying very little space. It is extremely simple in construc- tion (in fact, a child c mid run it), and is absolutely safe. The supply tank is situated rigut afr, under the deck, and thesosoîiuc ia drawn hy the engine itself as required. I had a run in the-launch une day this week, when she started in 'osees. from°|de&lt;id cold ; ran to South Perth iu 8£mius, and back against a head windin 9min. This for a 16ft. boat is highly credit- able. * * . A great advantage possessed b3' employing this power is that t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898
SPECIAL NOTICE To the^Beaders and Supporters of THE SUNDAY TIMES. MB. F. C. B. VOSPER begs to intimate that he has purchased the copyright and goodwill of THE WA. SUNDAY TIMES From the Official Receiver appointed by the Supreme Court in the estate of the late partnership of Vosper and Ellis. All Debts Due to the Sunday Times up to MAT 2isr, 1898, Must be Paid to Mr. O. L. Haines, the Official Receiver, and all LIABILITIES Incurred by the Paper up to that Date will be Paid by him. All Accounts as from the Date mentioned must be paid to Ma/ Vosper or his authorised agent ; and all Liabilities incurred subsequent to Mat 21st will be Settled by him. No Persons are entitled $o act on behalf of the paper in any capacity whatsoever unless possessed of Mr. Vosper's written authority. The paper being now free from all legal complications, SPECIAL EFFORTS Will be made by the Proprietor to render it a, First-class Weekly. Arrangements are in progress whereby - - THE "SUNDAY TIMES" Wal be publi...
WHAT FEDERATION WILL DO FOR W.A. AND WHY EASTERNERS OBJECT. The Sydney Daily Telegraph recently published the following series of Diagrams:— TAXATION UNDER ATARIFF [OF £7,100,000. THE NEW SOUTH WALES BURDEN. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898
WHAT FEDERATION WILL DO FOR WA AND WHY EASTERNERS OBJECT. . The Sydney BaUy Telegraph re-, cently published the following series of Diagrams : TAXATION UNDER ATARD7F [OF £7,100,000. THE NEW SOUTH WALES BURDEN. Sir George Turner says that £7,100,000 will have to be raised by Customs and excise, and that - then Tasmania, as well as West Australia, -must be specially as- sisted. Probably he understated the amount required, but it would be quite impossible to raise more. The effect of such a tariff upon the taxation of the people is shown in the following diagram. New South Wales would pay an additional £1,700,000, as well as extxa postage rates, which means yet another £100,000.
FOOTBALL FIXTURES, 1698 VICTORIAN GAME. TO BE PLAYED AT PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898
FOOTBALL FIXTURES, 1698 VICTORIAN GAME. To Be Plated at Perth. June 4.-West Perth v. Bovers. 11.-West Perth v. Fremantle. l8.-Bovers v. Fremantle. 25.-West Perth v. Bovers. July 2.-West Perth v. East Fre- mantle. 9.-Bovors v. East Fremantle. 16.-West Perth v. Bovers. 23.-Bovers v. Fremantle. 30.-West Perth v. Fremantle. Aug. 6.-West Perth v. Bovers. 13.-West Perth v. East Fre- mantle. 20.-West Perth v. Bovers. 27.-Bovers v. East Fremantle. Sept. 3.-West Perth v. Bovers. Plated at Fremantle. June 4.-Fremantle v. East Fremantle. 11.-East Fremantle v. Bovers. l8.-East Fremantle v. West Perth. 25.-East Fremantle v. Fremantle. July 2.-Fremantle v. Bovers. 9.-Fremantle v. West Perth. 16.-F-einantle v. East Fremantle. 23.-East Fremantle v. West Perth. 30.-East Fremantle v. Bovers. Aug. 6.-East Fremantle v. Fremantle. 13.-Fremantle v. Bovers. 20.-Fremantle v. East Fremantle. 27.- Fremantle v. West Perth. Sep. 3.-Fremantle v. East Fremantle.
SYDNEY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898
SYDNEY KOTES. The files by the next mail from the East should contain the ac- count of the match between the Queensland Grammar School team, which is at present playing in Sydney,and the Sydney University team. The game was doubtless a most attractive one, as the visitors have included in their ranks several intercolonial celebrities such as O'Shea, Rundle, and McCowan, and the team can only be characterised as a brilliant one. Latest reports also credit the Uni's. with playing a fine game, and the account, of the game should be particularly good reading to lovers of Rugby. * * # Wallaroos defeated Pirates by 16 points to nine, Macnamara, as usual plaung a sterling game, as did also Spragg, Row, McCormack, T. O'Donnell, and J. O'Donnell. * # # The Rand wicks, who hold the proud position of premiers, suc- ceeded in easily downing Sydney, the «cores at the close of the game being 21 points to 7. This is a capital start, seeing that Sydney has in its ranks some rattling good players, a...
[?]enings From Home. "Leave off your damnable faces, and begin." [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898
?ë*ttttt£s JFrorn Hon«. | _ i i \ (By "The Püatgoeb.") ! "**Iiea*èfl!I your damnable faces, and begin." j t"- tuesday next will see the Hart y Rickards Company back at Cre- morne after a phenomenally snc eessfal tour on the goldfields. The Hayters (Frank, Edie, and Arthur) and . the Haime Brothers, who |oined. rths company during the tonr,5îire a show in themselves. Asi&ratortionists the Hay tors are ^^JEhei/frorit- rank, and in their -ítírleRque ** Fan on an Island " Oheji ni-eate roars of laughter. The - Hulines are equally amus- ing as musical clowns and pau tominrists, and it is not out of place to state, that this j combination is a show in itself. Near]y_ all our old friends will again bow to a Perth audience, and many will he once more gladdened by the sweet songs of Miss Addie Place, jSarvey's mimicalities, Marfcyu Hjagan'sandLucy Frasers capital medleys, Syd. Deane's Sear - moth-no, everybody in ; Perth knows now that she is on r dear mother, so does my old townsman...
ALLEGED FALSE IMPRISONMENT. A SERIOUS GRIEVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898
I ALLEGED FALSE IMPRISONMENT. I - I 1 - A Skbious Grievance, j ¡ Sir,-I wish to draw your attention to the manufacturing of crimes by the police, and which I, myself, have been tiie victim. On Monday, Juay 16,1 had occasion to go to the North Fremantle Post i office for a telegram. I had hardly been out of the post-office three minutes when I was arrested and taken to the lockup. After being in the lockup for over an hour I was searched and my money and property taken from me. From there I was taken to Fremantle, and next morning I was dragged, handcuffed, between two policemen, along the main street to the Fremantle station, I was then taken to Perth and marched to the court, where, for the first time, I learned that I was ehargv-d with larceny. Without taking any evidence I was remanded for eight days, during which time I had made repeated applications to see a solicitor, and also people who could prove an alibi, which privilege was denied me. The police made it their duty to see ...
THEATRICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898
THEATRICAI. KOTES. (Hy "Tue .îohx>jib.") The Sketch, touching (he «leith of fie ill-f^tel Toi vi«, s^s = -"The re-cit de-»îh of the most ]vij>ula.r hero «it m'-lo dni'iia iít Fng'nrd i* ia ifseif an in- stance of a spfci« s «>f «-rime far too familiar in nil a '«-s, aud ocp°ci:i>«v in fmr &lt;iwn. The half-wax"! man with a irri »v.mi-e, the wouM-lw» »rti-t with va a it v hut ho art the âé'Jaseé the man I or wm'MT» at odfl«? »rîth sfx-îety-.-»11 »hese otp o- m-iy !>.> «laM permis The»«» is not thj rfight st neetwitv that the vi tims th"ï Sîleei sh ul«l havo 'lone th-in-or. indeed, anyone-:mv injury what -v.>r M&lt;>re piN»min°uee and cele- brity are often enou rh lo entail assas- sination." * * * June ?tl» sees the return of Riekaris* Tivoli Company, and t'te Bijou Cre- morne in its new finery is thoroughly prepared for the» The Iriughter prodnci'i-r Ha* tors will bj seen for the first ti'HC in I'eith, as also the ïïulines. Gosdon H;ill the mar...