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LATEST SPORTING VICTORIAN RACING. VICTORIAN AMATEUR TURF CLUB. CAMBRIA PLATE AND PURSE MEETING. (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) CAULFIELD, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 26 June 1898
LATEST SPORTING! VICTORIAN RACING. VICTORIAN AMATEUR TURF CLUB. CAMBRIA PLATE AND PURSE MEETING. (FROH OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) CAULFIELD, Saturday.. The weather was showery, and the attendance good. The sport provided was, as usual, well np to the club's standard, the racing being exciting and interesting, inasmuch as backers wanted a Une as to the prospects of several G.N. candidates. Veneda re- peated his Oakleigh performance, and ran away with the Plate. Wallace an- nexed the Purse, and the Grand National candidate showed up weU in the jump- ing events. Reindeer and Realgar ran a dead heat in the Hurdles, and Floater won the Steeple. The Westralian Gold and Black filling the third place. HURDLE RACE. Reindeer, 9st. 101b. (Kenny) ... f Realgar, list. llb. (Logan) ... t Sonnet, 12st. 8lb. (Smith) ... 3 f Dead heat. Eleven started. The owners divided. Time, 3min. 26|sec. RICHMOND HANDICAP. Dunwell, 8st. llb. (Lewis) ... 1 Sunbury 7st. Jib. (Redfearn) ... 2 Eiridsdale, Sst. 21b. ...
THEATRICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 26 June 1898
THEATRICAL NOTES. (BY "THE JOHNOTB.") The remarks made by Mr. Wilson Barrett at the Mayoral reception were, it is pleasing to note, in these days of professional bumptiousness, distin- guished for rea ly tact, general good taste, and a more than ordinary intel- ligent grasp of Australian characteris- tics. We hare many Englishmen amongst us who have not yet learned that it is no discredit to be considered an Australian, but rather a proud title, and these very often make themselves extremely obnoxious by their self laudation, but I have no intention of honouring them by discussing their fads and fancies. As the ideas of all public men, be they poets, actors, or politicians, undergo to a greater or less extent a personal receptive prejudice regarding matters which affect them or their work, it says something for Mr. Barrett's breadth of mind that he can honestly commend the intelligence of his dramatic critics in Australia, even when they have objected to his " read- ing" of a charac...
CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 26 June 1898
CUBA. They asked for freedom and their land, And Spain most gladly granted both, They're free to die on ev'ry hand Death and the grave-they wanted . both. Bnt death brings peace, the only peace, Fair Cuba's found for all she's craved, For Spain, who bade her struggles cease, Left few alive to be enslaved. * . . Goldfields sports and others having an interest in any race event run throughout Australia can promptly know the fate of a "good thing" by letting the West Australian Press Agency, Perth, know their desire be- forehand or on day of race. The W. A P.A. receive special racing and sporting telegrams direct from all courses throughout Westralia and ad- joining colonies as soon as the horses past the post in each event. A few in- stances herewith show that no time was lost in wiring results below mentioned, the time being computed from the ris- ing of the barrier to the receipt of the wire in Perth :- Gaulus, Melbourne Cup, 16min.; Amberite, Caulfield Cup, 22min.; Amiable, Newmark...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 26 June 1898
HAMAN'S ST., KáLGOOfiLIE. Under Entirely New Management. The Principal Goldfields Ho tal WALLACE BROWNLOW, Proprietor. Published for public information only.J PROSPECTUS OF Cfje Jimwhma: Heeg %\hááú ||itïrïrliîïg atör Crumbing Sgprifruale, Sumte}*, CAPITAL-£2000 in 200 Shares of £10 Bach. 120 Shares have been privately subscribed, and the remaining 80 Shares axe being reserved for future issue. Directors : A. C. HEENDOEF, ESQ. (Managing Director), BRICE BUNNY, ESQ., . W. HAUGHTON BELL, ESQ. Bankers: Solicitors: UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA, LIMITED. RICHARD E. HOURIGAN. Brokers : Secretary : COLES, BELL AND CO. HENEY B. COLES. THIS Syndicate has been formed for the purpose of purchasing from Martin Walsh, Esq.., his Puddling 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 pres...
THE MAN ABOUT TOWN OFFERS A MILD IMPEACHMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 26 June 1898
THE MAN ABOUT TOWN OFFERS A MILD IMPEACHMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT PRINT- ING OFFICE. That celebrated printer, Benjamin Franklin, has told us in his " Way to Wealth " that "he who goes a borrow- ing goes a sorrowing," and the aphor- ism is as applicable to the State as to the individual. Now that the balmy days of boom are past, and a revenue shrinking period is setting in. it be- hoves the patriotic mind to indicate the leak holes in the State coffers through which the golden stream is running to waste. Already the public debt of this colony is greater per capita than that of either of the sister states, and in the Governor's speech at the opening of Parliament we were in- formed that the day is not far distant when the Government will have to approach the London market for another little loan at a ruinous rate of interest. The Eastern colonies have set us some " awful examples " of reckless borrow- ings and wasteful "expenditure, and we shoul i be careful not to follow in their prodig...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 26 June 1898
THEATRE ROYAL. WILSON BARRETT SEASON. LAST FIVE NIGHTS, Co mmencing MONDAY, JUNE 27. For the Last Five Nights the following Flays have been arranged for pro- duction : MONDAY, JUNE 27. The Original Play in Four Acts by Henry Herman and W. G. Wills, CLAUDIAN, CLAUDIAN, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28 and 29. HAMLET. THURSDAY and FRIDAY, JUNE 30 and JULY 1. The famous Drama by Wilson Barrett and Hall Caine, adapted from Hall Caine's Great Work, " The Deemster," BEN-M Y-C H BEE. FRIDAY, JULY 1. MR. WILSON BARRETT'S FARE- WELL TO AUSTRALIA. GRAND SOUVENIR NIGHT. CREMORNE THEATRE, PERTH. PROFESSOR T. A. KENNEDY'S HYPNOTIC and MESMERIC ENTE RTAINMENT Will commence on MONDAY, JUNE 27. When the Professor will commence his Bombardment of Misery, Melancholia and Grief. Amusement, Wonder, Mirth, and Mystery Commingled. PROFESSOR T. A. KENNEDY, Hypnotist, King Laugh-maker of the World. In his Mesmeric Entertainment would compel laughter in a thousand year-old mummy. POPULAR PRICES-3s. 2s., and l...
BEDSTEADS and BEDDING at FOT and GIBSON'S. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 26 June 1898
BEDSTEADS and BEDDING at FOT and GIBSON'S. Children's Cots complete, with Wire Mattress and Kapok Bedding, 45s; Double-size Half-tester Beds, 40s ; full Double size, very handsomely mounted in brass, 90s; French beds, full size, 32s 6d, 45s, 66s ; Italian beds (very handsomely draped), rich brass mounts, JË6 15, .£8 10s. per bed; Draperies, from 37s. 6d; Bedding, double-sized Mattresses, in best Bel- gian Ticking, 168 6d, 20s ; pure Java Kapok Mattresses, double-size, 25s 6d, 3os; Flock Pillows, ls 6d; Kapok Pil- lows, 2s 6d; Kapok, in bulk, lOd per lb. All Bedding Manufactured on the Premises from Purified Materials Only.
BARGAINS is BOOTS at FOT and GIBSON'S. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 26 June 1898
BARGAINS ia BOOTS at POT and GIBSON'S. Ladies' Glace Sid Laue and Button Shoes, " extraordinary value/' 7s lld; Glace Kid, patent toe-caps, Lace Shoes, very neat, 9s 6d; Patent Vamp Lace Shoes, very special, 12s 6d; Special Line of Ladies* Tan Lace Shoes, 4s lld; Children's School Boots, wonderful value, .4 to 6 2s lld, 7 to 9 3s lld, 10 to 13 4s lld; Children's Best Calf Lace Boots, 4 to 6 5s 6d, 7 to 9 6s 6d, 10 to 13 7s 6d; Children's Glace Button and Lace Boots, 4 to 6 4s lld, 7 to 9 5s lld, 10 to 13 6s lld ; Gents' Superior Goloshed Balmorals, in pointed and square toes, 8s lld; Calf Goloshed Balmorals, special, 11s 6d ; Special Line of Gents' Stout Balmorals for winter, 13s 9d; Gents' Tan Goloshed Balmorals, won- ; derful value, 9s lld ; Best Tau Goloshed Balmorals, 11s 6d; Gent-/ Bath Slip- pers, special price, 9d pair ; Special Line of Gents'Leather Slippers, 5s 6d; Carpet Slippers, 2s 6d; Boating Shoes, 2s lld; Working Men's Bluchers, 6s lld; Watertights, 8s 6d, special pri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 26 June 1898
fJlHE PERTH DISCOUNT BANE, 284 St. George's Terrace. BILLS DISCO Cash advat Intercolonial with Bankers or cover has been paid. BOND WARRANTS. Liberal advances made upon Mer- chandise of any description under bond. Clients financed for Customs duties. Drafts on hypothecated Bills of Lading taken up for clients. LAND AND PROPERTY. Temporary advances made with or without mortgage. Clients Having- Freeholds assisted to build. The Bank is prepared to take up Properties on which an unpaid balance remains. Advances on Deeds, repayable by weekly, monthly, or quarterly instal- ments. Contractors Financed against pro- gress payments. LIFE POLICIES. Advances made against Life Policies, and Payment of Premiums Arranged. MINING PLANTS AND APPROVED MINING PROPERTIES Accepted as Security for Advances. Compositions with Creditors ar- ranged. Purchasers of Hotels and other Businesses Financed. Advances made against Savings Bank Deposits. Advances on Personal Security. Bank of England Notes and Forei...
BARGAINS for FOOTBALLERS at FOY and GIBSON'S. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 26 June 1898
BARGAINS for FOOTBALLERS ab FOY and GIBSON'S. Our stock is replete in all require- ments of the game. All-wool Jersey, in leading club colours, 4s 9d; Hose to match, ls 9d; Caps, ls 6d; Dungaree Snickers, 3s 6d pair; Dungaree Jer- seys, lace-up front, 5s 6d, or with Cha- mois shoulder piece, 6s 6d; Club Match .- --Balls, full size, hand-sewn covers, best 1 Mackintosh bladders; Gilbert's Match H. footballs, best quality, rubber bladder. 11s 6d each, postage 8d extra; The Victor, 7s 6d ; No. 2 Club Match, 8s 6d ; Association Match, 12s6d ; Aus- tralian, 10s 6d ; Star Patent, No. 2. 12s 6d, all best rubber bladders.
BARGAINS in OFFICE FURNITURE [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 26 June 1898
BARGAINS in OFFICE FURNITURE Solid oak Office Desk, Cutler pattern, automatic locking, £12 158 ; cedar Office Tables, 5 drawers, with locks, leather top, ¿B5 12s 6d ; revolving Office Chaira, 27s 6d; Desk Stool, stuffed, leather covered, 18s 6d ; Hat Backs, 3s 6d. AH furnishing requirements at special prices.
RELIABLE and WELL MADE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 26 June 1898
RELIABLE and WELL MADE. Kitchen Tables, polished, and heavy turned lege, 13s 6d, 15s 6d, 18s 6d ; Kauri Dresser, with cupboard and drawers, 44s 6d, 70s ; Meat Safes, 15s 6d, 18s Gd, large size, 27s. 6d; Kitchen chairs, wood seats, 3s, cane seats 3s 6d ; best Bentwood Vienna chairs, 5s 6d, polished folding Hat Backs, 13 pegs, 3s 6d,- 2ft. 6in. Polished Washstand, with towel rail, 12s 6d ; Dressing Table to match, 9s 6d, Hanging mirrors, ls, 2s, 2s 6d j double-door Wardrobe, pouched, 4ft. x m. high, 78s.
BARGAINS in USDER CLOTHING at FOY and GIBSON'S. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 26 June 1898
BARGAINS in* US DER CLOTHING at POY and GIBSON'S. Smart Coating Skirt Costumes in covert coating and other fabrics, double breasted, tailor-made, and perfect fit- ting, 478 6d, 65s ; Black Setge Coat and Skirt Costumes, new style, 42B ; Black Lustre Skirts, lined and stiffened, 15s 6d, 218, 25s ; Children's Costumes, all sizes, now on hand ; a grand range of styles to select from. Ladies* Natural Wool Underwear our own manufacture-Combinations, lace trimmed, 6s lld; also with long sleeves, 7s 6d, extra sizes 8s lld; Vests, lace trimmed, short sleeves, 4s öd, long sleeves 5s lld; Nightdresses, 18s 6d.
BARGAINS in DRESSES at FOY and GIBSON'S. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 26 June 1898
BARGAINS in DRESSES at FOY and GIBSON'S. Our stock embraces all the novelties of the season, and we will be pleased to submit patterns to our country friends. Irish Frieze, ls lld yd; Dress Tweeds, ls, Is 4r|d, ls 6d, ls lld, and 2s 6d yd; 44-inch Habit Cloth, 10 sd yd ; Dress Serges in all colors, 83d, ls, ls fid, and ls lld yd. ; Navy Serges, ls, ls 4£d, ls 6d, ls 9&lt;L ls lld, 2s 6d, 2s lld, 3s 3d, and 4s 3d yd.; Poplins, ls lld, 2s 6d, 2s , lld, and 3s lld yd.; Amazon Cloths, ls 1 ld, 2s 6d, 2s lld, and 3s 6d yd.; Boucle Tweeds. Is 4|d, 1« 6d, and ls lld yd.; New Cord Vigoreaux, 2s lld yd.; Vene- tian Cloths, ls lld and 2s 6d yd.; Serge Suitings, ls lld and 2s 6d yd.; Covert Coatings, ls lld and 2s lld yd.; Satin. Cloths, ls 9d yd.; Kyrie Cloths, 2s 6d and 3s 6d yd.; Silk Check Tartans, ls lld yd.; Fancy Tartans, 9|d and ls 3d y*
BARGAINS in GENTS' HATS at FOT and GIBSON'S. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 26 June 1898
BARGAINS in GENTS' HATS at POT and GIBSON'S. Genta' Hard Felt Hats in all latest snapes, 4s 9d, 5s 9d,7s 6d, 8s 6d ; Gents' Umbrellas, 4s Sd, 5s 6d, 7s 6d, 10a 6d, 12s 6tl ; Far Hugs, opossum, wallaby, and kangaroo skins, 59s 6d, 70s, 80s.
BARGAINS in FURS at FOY and GIBSON'S. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 26 June 1898
BARGAINS in FUSS at FOY and GIBSON'S. Sable colour Fur Necklets, 2s lld, 3s lld, 4s lld each ; better Necklets, in Beal Furs, 7s (id, 8s 6d, 10s 6d, 15s 6d, 21s, 25s, to 42s each ; Bear Boas, 50s, 60s, 70s, 90s ; China Fox Boas and long Capes, 13s 6d, 14s lld each ; Fur Capes, 7s lld, 8s lld, 12s 6d, to 45s each; Lambswool Boas, ls 3d each; White Beaver Trimming, l£d yard; Fawn Beaver Trimming. 4£d yard ; Black Fur Trimming, 9d, ls, ls 6d, to 4s lld yard; Swanown Trimming, O^d to ls 4d yard ; White Lambswool Fur, 7|d yard; Silver Fox Fur, 2s 3d to 4s 6d yard.
SYDNEY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 26 June 1898
SYDNEY NOTES. Only one match, was played in con- nection with the Senior Grade competi- tion, the teams being Band wick and" University. The match was a brilliant one throughout, and according to latest files is described as the best match played in Sydney for many seasons past. Result, a draw, neither side having scored. * * * In the First Junior Competition South Sydney defeated Wallaroo Second by 7 pointe to nil. * * * Marrickville defeated Adelphi by exactly the same score, viz., 7. pointe to nil. * * -* Newtown defeated Manly Federal by 7 points to S. * # * The Second Junior games resulted as follows :-Redfern Waratah v. The Glebe. Both sides secured 5 points. # # # Newtown Orlando v. Homebush re- sulted in the first-named club winning by 8 points to 3.
FOOTBALL. BY "BARRACKER." FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 26 June 1898
FOOTBALL. BY "BASBACKES.3 FIXTURES. The following »re the fixtures for the season 1898, under the rules of the British Association : July 3.-Perth v. Civil Service, at Perth. 3.-Fremantle Wanderers v. Port Bangers, at Fremantle . 9.-Civil Service v. Port Bangers, at Perth. 9.-Fremantle Wanderers v. Perth, at Fremantle. 16.-Test match or postponed match. 16.-Port Bangers v. Fremantle Wanderers, at Fremantle. 23.-Fremantle Wanderers v. Civil Service, at Fremantle. 23.-Perth Port Bangers, at Perth. 30.-Civil Serries v. Perth, at Perth. SO.-Port Bangers v. Fremantle Wanderers, at Fremantle. . Aug. 3.-Perth r. Fremantle Wander- ers, at Perth. 3.-Port Bangers v. Civil Service, at Fremantle. 13.-Civil Service r. Fremantle Wanderers, at Perth. 13.-Port Bangers v. Perth, at Perth. 20.-Perth r. Civil Service, at Perth. 20.-Fremantle Wanderers v. Port Bangers, at Fremantle. 27.-Civil Service v. Port Bangers, at Perth. 27.-Fremantle Wanderers v. Perth, at Fremantle.