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CRICKET. The Australian Eleven. ENGLISH FIXTURES. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

CRICKET. THE AUSTRALAIN ELEVEN. ENGLISH FIXTURES. JUNE.       23. Yorkshire, at Bradford. JULY       3. Third Test, at Sheffield. 7. Warwickshire, at Birmingham. 10. Worcestershire, at Worcester. M. Gloucestershire, at Bristol. 17. Somerset, at Taunton.   21. Surrey, at Kennington Oval.   24. Fourth Test, at Manchester.   28. Essex,at Leyton. 31. Sussex, at Brighton. AUGUST.   7. Hampshire, at Southampton.   11. Fifth Test, at Kenningston Oval.   14., Marylebone, at Lord's.   18. Gloucestershire, at Cheltenham. 21. Kent, at Canterbury. 23. Middlesex, at Lord's.     28. Lancashire, at Liverpool.         SEPTEMBER.             1. An English Eleven, at Harrowsgate. 4...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FOOTBALL. SENIOR FIXTURES. SECOND ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

FOOTBALL. SENIOR FIXTURES. SECOND ROUND.     June 28.—South Fremantle v. Perth (P.) West Perth v. North Fremantle (N.F.) Subiaco V. East Fremantle (F.) July 5.—Perth v. Subiaco (F.), West Perth v. South Fremantle (P.), East Fre- mantle v. North Fremantle (N.F.) July 12.—Perth v. East Fremantle, (P.),   West Perth v. Subiaco (F.), South Fre- mantle v. North Fremantle (N.F.)  

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FLOTSAM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

FLOTSAM.         No game was ever yet worth a rap       For a rational man to play,         Into which no accident or mishap Could possibly find its way. —ADAM LINDSAY GORDON. McIntyre, who umpired the East Fremantle-West Perth match, should turn the game up. His decisions in that match were   awful.           We do not say that he is dishonest, but   through ignorance of the game he blunders terribly.       When Loel secured the goal at the end of the second quarter in this match, he was wrongly allowed a free kick. If anyone   were entitled to such, it was East Fremantle, as Loel held one of the players of that team   for a short period. No one was more surpised than Loel who, &n...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LOOTING LIQUIDATORS M'GIBBON IN REPLY. RE MARTLE, GALT, DUNN AND CO., LIMITED. [We have received the following reply from Mr. S. J. M'Gibbon, and in the spirit of fair play we give it full publicity. We are of opinion, however, that Mr. M'Gibbon would have consulted his own interests by remaining silent as his letter chiefly shows how easily commercial offences can be condoned and covered up in W.A.— by the use of such expressions as "oversight," "since refunded," "injudicious," "irregular," etc., etc. Moreover, a man who is whitewashed by such expressions as "disallowed" and "amounted to a breach of trust" and "acted indiscreetly," etc., will by and by learn that silence is golden.—ED.] [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

LOOTING LIQUIDATORS MCGIBBON IN REPLY. RE MARTLE, GALT, DUNN AND CO. LIMITED. [We have received the following   reply from Mr. S. J. McGibbon, and in the spirit of fair play we give it full publicity. We are of opinion, how- ever, that Mr. McGibbon would have consulted his own interests by remain- ing silent, as his letter chiefly shows how easily commercial offences can be condoned and covered up in W.A.—     by the use of such expressions as     "oversight," "since refunded," "in- judicious," "irregular," etc. etc. More- over, a man who is whitewashed by such expressions as "disallowed" and "amounted to a breach of trust: and "actted indiscreetly" etc., will by and by learen that silence is golden.—ED.] Sinclair J. McGibbon writes:— Permit me through your columns to reply to an article which appeared in your paper referring to the above   matter, and in which I acted as receiver and liquidator. I wish to...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GANGS AND GANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

GANGS AND GANGERS. "Constant Readers" write: As con-   stant readers of the SUNDAY TIMES since its inception by the late Mr.   Vosper, and knowing thta you are un0 biassed in criticism, we cannot let the statement in your issue of June 8 re- lating to Foreman Watson go un-   challenged. Evidently your informant (or informants?) was suffering from     an attack of petty spite through not being allowed to run a shanty. a la Killarney, in a Government camp. This is the first intimation we have received of whisky being required to   procure any man employment under Foreman Watson, and we challenge   anyone to prove the statement. As regards favoritism, we are also not aware of anything in that line. But   of course, there are allays men who are not satisfied with their lot, and who think they ought to be hand- caulkers, etc., etc., at once. Any stan out in this gang who "does his bit"...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PILMER AT COLLIE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

PILMER AT COLLIE.   Kindly allow me space in your valuable jonrntd to place before you a few facts in connection with Corporal Pilmer and his colleague (writes a Collie correspondent). A short time ago this "worthy gentleman" came across a gang of men seated a short distance out of the town. Pilmer straightaway told them if they wanted   to play "two up" to go further out in the bush. The men did so. A couple of Sundays later the same gang of men were enjoying a harmless game of "two up" away out in the bush, and at least a mile from the town, when who should come on the scene but Pilmer and Co. He took their names, issued summonses, and as you are aware lost the case. Why after telling the men   to go further out and them doing it for him to make a raid is beyond my comprehension. Why, if a man stops in bed on Sunday they (Pilmer and Co.) say that he is recovering from a Saturday ngiht's debauchery; and   supposing you do go out o...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ANDERSON AGAIN. MEDDLING AT MIDLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

"Midlands Citizen" writes:—Often     in your valuable paper you have ex- posed the tactics adopted by some mem- bers of the police force of Perth, one of whom yon had occasion to deal with being Constable Anderson (of Wilson   fame). We have now this over   zealous meddler to "guard'' the peace of the residents at Midland Junction. One instance of how intolerable this   man can make himself : At a football match held here recently this foolish policeman made his debut. As it usually occurs at all football matches, the usual barrack and chaff was inevi- table for the success of the match,     each side having a number of sup- porters. It is a privilege that the Australian sport-loving public consider   their own to indulge in. Shortly after the match started, Anderson could be seen among, the crowd of onlookers, the said crowd being prominent and res- pectable citizens. It was soon...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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THE CANNING DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

THE CANNING DISTRICT. Canning Resident writes:—It is pleas- ing to know that the district of Canning which is not only admirably suited for   a residential suburb, but has a natural soil which is capable of producing fruit in abundance and perfection, is to receive some recognition for the endeavors of its increasing popularity to push it ahead. On Wednesday week the Minister for Works, Mr. C. H. Rason, accompanied by Mr. B. C. Wood, M.L.C. and Mr. W. B. Gordon, M.L.A., paid a visit to the district at the invitation of the Canning Roads   Board, for the purpose of inspecting the roads, etc, for which grants had been asked for by the Board. After having partaken of lunch at the Hotel Cecil, die party, including the mem- bers of the Roads Board; proceeded to inspect the various roads which had been brought under the notice of the Minister, and for which grants had been requested, including in the in- spection the orchards of Messrs Brook- man and Weidenbach, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Sunday Times SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 1902. MAKING MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 1902. MAKING MAGISTRATES. Among the many scandals which have wrought disaster to the popularity of   the present Government, the list of their new appointments to the com- mission of justices of the peace stands black against them in its shocking enormity. Last week's issue of the   "Government Gazette" supplied the   public with the revised list, showing     that the Government has had all the names of the gentlemen before it   which it is prepared to honor with the title of justice of the peace, as well as the names of those who have hitherto been so honored, but which   the Government now deem it wise to omit in their revisions. The exlusion   of certain gentlemen from the list is   evidently in no wise due to the care of the Ministry to uphold the honor of the State or to preserve the ad- ministration of justice free from   merited re...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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DEMON DOCTORS. A CONFINEMENT CASE. PHYSICIANS NEGLECT OF PATIENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

A CONFINEMENT CASE. PHYSICIANS NEGLECT OF PATIENTS. Seldom do we feel constrained to com- ment upon matters usually regarded as private, but even the sanctity of the sick   chamber wherein the holy functions of maternity are consecrated sbould not pro- tect a callous medico from the public exe- cration of his downright indifference to a helpless mother's dangers and suffering. Doctors are only too apt to screen them- selves by the legalised privileges of their profession from a prying public and the sufferer's complaints. They mutually cover up the blunders from time to time com- mitted by the members of the fraternity by the perjuries sanctioned by their esprit de   corps. It must be a flagrant case indeed where one leech will "peach" on another or enlighten the uninitiated in the lore of   Æsculapius as to the fatal failures of any of the brethren. In spite, however, of the sealed lips and The Dominating Charm of professional etiquette, we so...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. B. Murphy.—Received. Thanks. "Honesty."—Probably in our next issue. G. J. —Many thanks.         S.S.—Making inquiries.         J.J. Davy.—No room this week. "Bunbury."—In due course. "The Man with the Hoe."—Will receive consideration. J.S.C.—Unavoidably held over. '"Groper."—Kindly call on the editor. "Jandakot."—Next week. "One who knows."—Held over. George Clarke.—Crowded out this week. Robert Bracks.—Will publish your letter. "You Know."—Poetry Received.   "Anti-Jandakot Jobbery": Letter arrived too late. P.O'C., York: Your letters are too heiroglyphical, enigmatic and egoist. "Tetra": Such a course would be illegal. A few of the lines from their recent sale are still left and may be had at sale prices at Messrs. Ranford Brothers and Simpson's, the popular boot salemen of Barrack-   street, and as their latest purchase (the E...

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CYNICAL SYNOPSIS. "All the venal crowd." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

"All the venal crowd."   —BYRON.     Seddon the shooting star. Kingsmill is desparing of his chance of     the Premiership.     Illingworth hates the Museum. Afraid   of being exhibited there. Botha in London will be a bigger craze   than Seddon's coronation. The further prorogation of Parliament is     like adjourning a funeral.   The "Daily Snooze" is Lovekin's lifeboat— "when the ship goes down."     Since Leake attacked Nanson, of the West, the West has grown venomous. Barney "Murphy" beat his brother Father Duff in the law case. Father Dugg threatens appeal. When last heard of Hackett was doing the Boulevards de Paris, with a French dictionary. It is somewhat of a marvel that it never occurred to the cable crammer in England to cable to us when the King sneezes. The Herald is asking anybody and ever...

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THE MORGAN COMBINE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

THE MORGAN COMBINE.  

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A SCHOOL FOR WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

A SCHOOL FOR WIVES. This is the title of an attractive   illustrated article in the April   number of the "Lady's Magazine."   Every girl about to be married would do well to undergo a practical training to fit her for her new responsibilities.     Here are some extracts from the     article : One feels very sorry for the girl   who has taken her B.A. and is floored by the first small domestic problem which presents itself. Sucs a catas-   trophe is bound to disillusionise the   Sweet Girl Graduate,     and make her sour and discontented,   and as woman's chief occupation is usually the care of a household, a knowledge of domestic management is absolutely essential to her. It is an   excellent tool to put into the hand of any woman, but it is one which is too and pass on to training lessons in &n...

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MATRIMONIAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

MATRIMONIAL NOTICES. The following marriages have been noti- fied to take place at an early date : William H. Whitebourne, Perth, to Alex- andra Donnelly, Perth.   Harry Bradbury, Fremantle, to Rosina Ascher, Fremantle.     Hubert L. Taplin, Fremantle, to Janet S. Drysdale, Fremantle. Daniel Adams, of Mullalyup, Blackwood, to Ethel Palmer, of Donnybrook. In the Mechanics' Institute this evening Mr. Wallace Nelson will deliver a lecture on "The land for the People." The reputa-   tion Mr. Nelson has as a speaker and his   knowledge of the subject should ensure a large attendance. He lectures under the auspices of the A.W.A. That deserving charity, "The Cottage by the Sea," should receive sympathetic sup-   port from the general public at the grand concert to be held in aid of the fund at the Queen's Hall on Tuesday next. An attrac- tive' programme is announced in our adver- tising columns. Since its introdu...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THEATRICAL. THEATRE ROYAL. HARRY RICHARDS' COMBINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

THEATRE ROYAL. HARRY RICHARDS' COMBINATION. Mr. Harry Rickards' Vaudeville Company inaugurated their season at the Theatre Royal last night to a crowded audience, and was universally pronounced a brilliant success. Many of the company have won fame and distinction in Continental and American theatres, and worthily upheld the prestige gained abroad, whilst the old faces were most welcome—in fact, a better com- bination of vaudeville artistes has never appeared in this city. Miss Neva Carr-     Glyn, a rich contralto, was heard with evident pleasure in her ballads, the inevit- able encore resulting. Mr. Brown-Parker, an American ball-puncher, introduced a really novel act with complete success. Messrs. Weston and Yost, patter come- dians, fairly convulsed the audience with sayings queer and quaint on entirely new lines. Mr. Fred. Zobedie's hand-bal- ancing act earned well-merited applause,   and a very refined and sensational perform- ance and Li...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CREMORNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

CREMORNE. During the past week the Cremorne Theatre has been devoted to the sensational style of drama—"Neck or Nothing" and "Ticket-of-Leave Man," holding the sway on the boards. Both plays are so well known that there is no necessity to touch on the plots of them, which are as the alpha- bet to the education of the ordinary play- goer. Suffice it to say that the ancient axiom of there being a silver lining to the darkest cloud was proven sufficiently in the latter play by the life-like acting of D.L.   Dalziel, Emmie Smith, Charles Bryant, F. C. Mortyne, Tom Curran, Fanny Wiseman, Ettie Williams and Hugh Wilson, who are all eminently suited for the parts they imper- sonate. The "Ticket of Leave Man" will be repeated until further notice.

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LATE SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

LATE SPORTING The Haanan's Anniversary meeting of the Kalgoorlie Racing Club was successful from every point of view, with the excep-   tion of the running of Ireland's Eye in the Jumpers' Flat Race. The Gibraltar geld- ing looked to be pretty good goods for that event, and he was naturally made a very strong favorite, lu the race, however, Phil O'Reilly took things a little too easy, with the result that Ireland's Eye suffered a length and a half's   defeat. The stewards were not satisfied that O'Reilly had done his best with his mount, and they promptly wiped him and his mount out for 12 months. This is bad luck for Jimmy Nicholas and Ernie McKeon, who own Ireland's Eye, and are absent from the State at the present time. Both are sportsmen in the true sense of the word, and there is no doubt that when the case comes to be thoroughly analysed it will be found that they were more sinned against than sinning. Ireland's Eye was imported to this State with the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

À Boon to Sufferers. " A WELL-KNOWN South Australian Storekeeper and Stock-dealer will   send full particulars of the means he finally adopted to obtain a cure of a serious case of Nervous and Physical Debility, Loss of Vigor, Energy, etc, the result of diso- bedience to Nature's laws. After being the victim of so-called Specialists, Electric Belt Vendors, etc, for years. I want no money (he continues), but write in strict confidence, giving full particulars, and I will at once reply how this happy result was brought about." The above remarkable advertise- ment was inserted for six months in over three hundred Australian news- papers, by Mr. Killian, of Sheoak Log, S.A. . Eor the benefit of all bona-fide sufferers in W.A., advertiser has made arrangements that a copy of Mr. Killian's letter to the sufferers of Aus- tralia can be obtained free of all charge, and in strict confidence, by writing particulars to B.H, Box 237, Post-Office, Kalgoorlie. NEW ARRIVALS, OLD IDENT...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

Campines, a New and Handsom Breed of Fowls. [SEE LETTERPRESS.  

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