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WILLIAM AND BEAUFORT STREETS BRIDGES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

WILLIAM AND BEAUFORT STREETS BRIDGES       Through the courtesy of the Minister, we are enabled to publish at this early stage a plan of the bridges connecting the northern and southern     portions of Perth. The block in the traffic has long irritated the public   and interfered seriously with the freedom of vehicular traffic. The plan shows the whole of the scheme when completed, the William-street section being the portion which will be placed under construction almost immediately. The scheme reflects credit on the designer (Mr. Richard E. Howard, of the Works Department), and it will be seen at a glance that the vexing problems of com- pensation is satisfactorily solved in the horseshoe form of the proposed con-     struction, which carries the gradient over railway property, whilst it also   brings the expenditure under the heading of reproductive, providing as i...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A GRIM IDEA. A RUSSIAN COUNTS INVENTION TO PREVENT PREMATURE BURIAL [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

A GRIM IDEA.       A RUSSIAN COUNT'S INVENTION TO PREVENT PREMATURE BURIAL. No more horrible death can be   imagined than that of being buried alive, and, unfortunately, such cases are more frequent than is generally   known. The belief that the mere ap- pearances of death are mistaken for actual death is amply supported by Testing the Apparatus medical experience and scientific demonstrations, which have shown unmistakably that even the apparent   stoppage of the beating of the heart and breathing for a considerable time, with all the other appearances of   death, except putrefaction, do not       make it certain that a person is dead.   An Ingenius Invention   With a view of preventing such horrible mistakes, the mind of Count Karnici-Karnicki, a Chamberlain of the Russian Emperor, was for a long time exercised, since he was ho...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL AUSTRALIAN GAME YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. WEST PERTH V. PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

AUSTRALIAN GAME . YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. WEST PERTH V. PERTH.       These teams met yesterday afternoon on the Association Ground, where a good crowd assembled to witness the match. It had been arranged that the proceeds should be devoted to the charities, and on all hands the action of the Cricket Association in de- manding their share was regarded as con- temptible. Sir Arthur Lawley and Lady Lawley were present during the afternoon. Sandell played for West Perth instead of Cullen, and Perth played a new man in Edmondson. Perth won the toss and elected to kick with the wind towards the pavilion end. Ward bounced the ball punctually to time, and within a few minutes a goal was re- corded to Perth from a scrimmage. Then West played up, Loel and Wildy putting in some fine football. A free kick was given against Hunt for a cowardly throw. Bar- nett made a fine mark and he and Jeffreys put in some good work, which Clelland relieved. Hussey was cheer...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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East Fremantle v. South Fremantle [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

East Fremantle v. South Fremantle About 1,000 people assembled on the North Fremantle Oval yesterday afternoon to witness the match between East Fre- mantle and South Fremantle. The weather   was fine and the ground in good condition. The play throughout was very rough, both sides playing the man instead of the ball. Fraser's umpiring was very unsatisfactory. He overlooked many glaring breaches of the rules, and gave some very doubtful decisions. South Fremantle included Hodge, who was for some time suffering with an injured   ankle. The East team was the same as last   Saturday.     On the bounce the red-and-white assumed   the aggressive, and Duggan from a snapshot   notched first goal for South. East rallied, and soon had their opponent's goal in dan-     ger. Fisher got a free within a few yards   of the posts but only managed a behind.  ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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North Fremantle v. Subiaco. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

North Fremantle v. Subiaco. These teams met on the Oval at Fre- mantle yesterday afternoon. The weather was bright and sunny and the ground in splendid condition. The attendance was very sparse, and could not have numbered more than 800. Consequently the Fre- mantle Hospital, to which institution the proceeds of the match are to be given, will not benefit to any considerable extent. Subiaco entered the field with three men   short. The absentees were Noonan, Wilson, Gillies, Bowker and David. North Fre- mantle, on the other hand, put forward the   full complement of players, and included in their team (in the place of Munro, Charley Wakely and Bestwick) three ''new" men in Mathews, Acklin and Flowers. The last   mentioned player hails from Kookynie and is the makings of a fairly good exponent of the game. The red, white and blues quickly had the   ball in the vicinity of their opponents' goal posts, and four successive shots for ma...

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

JUNIOR FOOTBALL. The following are the results of the junior football played yesterday. First Rate. Railways, 9.5, beat Midland Junction, 3.4.

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POMBART'S PERSECUTION. BOARD OF INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

POMBART'S PERSECUTION. BOARD OF INQUIRY. "With or without offence to friends or foes, We sketch the world exactly as it goes."—BYRON. J.C. Pombart writes:—In a recent       issue of the SUNDAY TIMES you kindly         refer to my case. Will you permit me to add a few more particulars to your article? In consequence of certain charges made against me by Rushton, the chief clerk of the Perth Local Court, I was suspended, and hence a Board of Inquiry appointed, composed of Messr.s Roe and Oct. Burt, under the same department as myself, the     latter being Mr. Leake's brother-in   law. I do not wish to go into the   details of the case, but shall for the present content myself in placing before the public certain facts referring to the inquiry only. I received a letter from the secretary of the Crown Law Department informing me that the Board of...

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

"Constant Reader" writes:—In com- mon with many others in this com- munity I was glad to see in your issue of 9th inst. the exposure of the per- secution of Pombart, its origin, and the farcical attempt of the Government at what should have been an inde- pendent inquiry to sift the whole matter to the bottom. It is common property that Rushton was the cause of the whole trouble, and to those that know his disposition for giving dis- plays of arrogance, and the veritable Judas that he has also been, it comes as no surprise. It is not generally known that this person is the same John Rushton that accom- panied, and then turned "dog" on poor Gribble, while on his soul-saving mission at Carnarvon some years ago. But the fact remains that as soon as the squatocracy rose up against Griblle for fear their gross acts would be brought to light, Rushton             Forsook His Master, joined forces with them, and th...

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Second Rate. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

Secoqd Rate. Cosmopolitans, 10.6, beat Imperials 1.4.   Highgate Hill, 9.9, beat St. Kilda, 4.6. Subiaco, 2.3, beat Claremont, 1.5.

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BRITISH ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

BRITISH ASSOCIATION.     The following are the results of matches   played yesterday for the Senior League Cup competitions : Civil Servants v. Olympic resulted in a win for the former by 2 goals to nil. Perth v. Corinthians resulted in a draw, after a splendidly contested game, each side securing one goal.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW YORK AND THE "PASSION PLAY." A CRITIC'S DENUNCIATION. SACRILEGE ON THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

NEW YORK AND THE "PASSION PLAY." A CRITIC'S DENUNCIATION.   SACRILEGE ON THE STAGE. The "Passion Play" has been pro-     duced in Montreal, and the New York   theatrical managers are as a conse- quence contemplating its production there. "Allan Dale," the well-known critic of the "New York Journal" de- nounces the project in that paper in the following good set terms:—     Tear out the page that last week   made in the history of the New York stage. Tear it out and try to forget it. The mad, insensate, degrading managerial clamor around the produc- tion of the "Passion Play" has not   placed the theatre in a pleasant light. Everything connected with this last phase of the "Passion Play" scramble has been ugly and undignified, intel- ligible, perhaps, if it were a questions of Barnum's circus; incomprehensible   when the discussion is waged around the revered history o...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBA'S WILD CATS. MAKE TROUBLE IN A HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

MELBA'S WILD CATS. MAKE TROUBLE IN A HOTEL. Mme. Melba recently tried to emu- late Mme. Bernhardt in having savage household pets—like the "Divine       Sarah's" panther. So she bought at Marseilles from a sailor a pair of caged wildcats. The experiment was aban- doned, and the only result was a large bill presented by the Ritz Hotel man- agement for damage done by the es- caped carnivora.           The wild cats had been smuggled   into her apartments and for a week   had been fed by Melba's chambermaid —much to the girl's distress. While the cage door was ajar to introduce food one of the beasts clawed terribly the hand of the servant, who fled shrieking, leaving the wild cats in possession of the rooms. The brutes were on the rampage for two hours, climbing curtains, upsetting bottles and crockery, and tearing valuable   tapestries to shre...

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£150 FOR SEDUCTION. LIVELY SCENES AT HAMPSTEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

LIVELY SCENES AT HAMSTEAD. An action was brought by Mrs.     Annie Begbie, of 15, Agamemnon-   road, West Hampstead, the wife of a   scenic artist, for damages for the se- duction of her daughter Edith by Mr. Henry of St. George East, a gentleman living at Chislehurst.   In 1900, said her counsel, Mr.       Clarke Ball, when Miss Begbie was a little over 16, she was introduced to the defendant by a mutual friend. Her father was then in America, but Mr East visited the house, saw her mother, and eventually called at Mrs. Begbie's house as a suitor for her daughter's   hand. Mr. East and the girl went for walks together, and on one occa- sion he took advantage of Miss Begbie and seduced her. The girl was not aware of her condition until March, when she told a Mrs. Wood, who spoke to her mother about it.     Mrs. Begbie spoke to the young man, w...

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

BY THE WIZARD. Some time ago the East Fremantle   Council, becoming involved in litiga- ton with Mrs. Annois, incurred heavy expenses. Since then they have been cadg-   ing subscriptions to defray them. Our local   council has been asked for assistance, and   the matter was referred to the ratepayers at the half-yearly meeting. At this meet-   ing (which exemplifies the wilful apathy manifested in municipal matters) barely a dozen ratepayers managed to attend. It is well known, and indeed apparent, that the Geraldton Municipality is by no means flush of funds, and that if it had 10 times its present income every sixpence would be   wanted for the town streets, some of which   are veritable Deserts of Sahara. Yet Coun- cillor Trigg moved that £20 be presented to   the East Fremantle body; and this was     carried by the bare casting vote of the &nb...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORCHARD WORK HINTS FOR [?] GROWERS. No. VII. Mixed Commercial Fertilisers. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

BY J.C. BLACKMORE AND S.I. FITCH (NEW   ZEALAND EXPERTS).   No. VII.   There are a number of manures on the market put up with a view of meeting the various requirements of farm, garden, and orchard ; particulars regarding their com- position and methods of application the orchardists may obtain from the vendors. They have also been published from time to time in the principal agricultural and horti-   cultural journals, and by leading authorities, formulæ for the compounding and mixing of fertilisers, suited for application to fruit   trees, which, if judiciously applied, accord- ing to the special need of the trees, give excellent results. The following are selected from among the many formulæ which have been obtained from a number of sources, and have been more or less tested under diverse con- ditions, and have, on the whole, given satis- factory results. The formulæ by F. B.   Guthrie, and published i...

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KALGOORLIE KETCHUP. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

KALGOORLIE KETCHUP. BY KURRJONG. "Burke and Wills found Hungerford," writes Henry Lawson somewhere, "and it's a pity they ever did." Pat Hannan found Kalgoorlie, and the ninth anniversary of the discovery has been noted by the local newspaper this week. The only difference   is that the chroniclers of the fact are exult- ant and not depressed, as well they may be on looking around them. Possibly Hannan doesn't care much, for he is none the better off. His very whereabouts is unknown, and a matter of supreme indifference to most people, but he is vaguely supposed to be battling for his tinned dog and daily tobacco somewhere "out at the back of beyond."   Come to think of it, devilish few of the "men who blazed the track" to the gold fields towns of Westralia—or who got the   credit for doing so—have profited much by the enterprise. I can't speak with absolute certainty about the date when Hannan Came Meandering round what is now Mullingar, but I...

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WALLACE NELSON'S LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

WALLACE NELSON'S LECTURES. As will be seen from our advertising   columns, Mr. Wallace Nelson lectures in the Mechanics' Institute, Hay-street, to- night at 8 o'clock, his subject being "The   Land for the People and the Coming Industrial Republic." It was originally intended to charge one shilling for admission, but Mr. Nelson, anxious to exlude none, has, in consultation with the secretary of the A.W.A. decided to make the admission by collection.       The township of Capel boasts of a large hall, a really good school, and a post and telegraph office. The persons in charge of each institution are very popular with tha residents. A new and capacious building is in course of erection for a store by Mr. Lynam. Mr. Dilley has also a store, and is agent for the SUNDAY TIMES. The Capel River runs through the township. The district is chiefly noted for its produce, mostly fruit and roots, and the cultivation land is being ...

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

Situated on the Osborne Park Estate, and   occupying 12 acres, is the freehold of Mr. W Lean, six acres of which are devoted to market gardening. A glance at the boun- daries gives on an insight into what the enterprising owner has had to contend with in the work of grubbing, clearing, and drain- ing that were necessary before he obtained any cash returns. The garden proper forms portion of a swamp, where the rich peaty soil is about 10 feet in depth and yields   under the foot. Drains have been cut in places where required to a depth of two feet, all leading into a main drain having a good outlet away from the property. The cost of   clearing and bringing the ground into tillage exceeded £35 per acre, and Revenue From the Garden is about £600 per annum, and this after only three and a half years' occupation. In   addition to the swamp there are several springs, which allow the owner to grow three crops of produce a year. At the pr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shelter and Rugs for Stock. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

Shelter and Rugs for Stock.   The winter is now upon us, and it behoves every dairy farmer who has good cows to so   tend them that during the bleak months that they may, if they are in milk, yield to their fullest capacity, and if they are in calf to   strengthen and conserve the energy of the dam, and thus secure the fullness of profit next season. This is the most economic, as it is the most humane treatment that can be meted out to the stock that bring in the   monthly cheques and put comforts as well as   necessaries in the household. Shelter—   rough it can be—should be provided, also rugs. It is far better to put a little money     into rugs and rough shelter than to spend ten times its value in feed in order to keep the cold out. Heat must come originally from food, and if cold has to be contended against, there must be original food for it. That is looking at it from its ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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For the Farmers. RURAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

Winter weather in earnest.   Ploughing and seeding is and should be     the order of the day.   Deep ploughing where good drainage   exists is preferable to the ordinary system. Better results will follow.   "Kinara": The roadster stallion im-   ported by the Government was sold on   Wednesday, by auction to the Mr. Thossell, of Northam, for 135 guineas. Nine inches will produce crop value to the acre a great deal more than land     ploughed 4in. or 5m. in depth. Even in a     dry season a better chance of a crop will ensure by deep tillage.     Silver Wyandottes, closely followed by Buff Orpingtons, were leading m the first month of the great egg competition proceeding at the Hawkesbury Agriculture College. Golden Wyaudottes secured the first prize in the fifth annnal laying competition of &nbsp...

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