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BULLETINS DISCONTINUED. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902
BULKLETINS DISCONTINUED. LONDON, SATURDAY. &nbsp; The bulletin issued at 10.30 this morning announced that the doctors were happy to state that they considered His Majesty out of immediate danger, and that his general condition was satisfactory. The wound still needs constant attention, and under the most favorable circumstances His Majesty's recovery must be very protracted. At 2 p.m. the issuing of bulletins was discontinued. &nbsp;
VICTORIAN AGENT-GENEARL NEW OFFICES. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902
VICTORIAN AGENT-GENERAL NEW OFFICES LONDON, SATURDAY. The Hon. W. McCulloch, of Victoria, has taken a building in Queen Victoria-street for the accommodation of offices of the &nbsp; Victorian'Agent-General for a term of &nbsp; &nbsp; seven years. The rental of the building is £650 per &nbsp; annum, and under the terms of the lease &nbsp; the Victorian.Government agree to effect certain repairs, and will expend a sum of &nbsp; £500 in that way immediately. &nbsp; Mr. Sinclair, the General Agent, has been &nbsp; &nbsp; two months making a scheme to reduce the &nbsp; cost of administering the Agent-General's &nbsp; office. He recommends the appointment of &nbsp; a good business man as manager. &nbsp;
CABLEGRAMS. CRICKET. AUSTRALIAN KLEYEN IN ENGLAND. MATCH AGAISNT AN ELEVEN OF ENGLAND. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902
CABLEGRAMS. &nbsp; CRICKET. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. MATCH AGAINST AN ELEVEN OF ENGLAND. LONDON. SATURDAY. The match against an eleven of England was resumed yesterday. The home team, who had three wickets down for 51, went to the wickets. They carried their score to 240 before being disposed of. With 120 runs to the bad the Englishmen commenced their second innings, and when stumps were drawn for the day had scored 33 runs without the loss of a wicket. The following are the scores:— &nbsp; AUSTRALIANS. First Innings. Tramper, b Knutton ..... 113 &nbsp; &nbsp; Noble, b Knutton... ... ... ... 1 Hill, b Knutton,. ...... 1 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Darling, h Knutton ... 0 Hopkins, c substitute, b Knutton. ... 10 Duff, b Knutton .. ... :182. &nbsp; Armstrong, c Crawford, b Knutton ... 38 Oarter, b Knutton ...2 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Jones, not out ....19 &nbsp; &nbsp; &a...
CHARITY CHAMPAGNE. LORD HOPETOUN AND THE POOR. A Festal Riot in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902
CHARITY CHAMPAGNE. LORD HOPETOUN AND THE POOR. A Festal Riot in Melbourne. &nbsp; Neither the exodus to Western Australia nor the drainage for the war has relieved Victoria from the unemployed trouble. In the East there are periodic gluts in the labor-market and seasons of dire distress to &nbsp; the laboring population. It was prophe- sied by ardent Federalists that as soon as the Commonwealth hoisted its flag an era of prosperity would set in and every worker would be assured of food and shelter. Alas ! that prophesy has been far from realised, and at the present moment in Melbourne the most wretched destitution exists. The pro- blem that has troubled successive State Go- vernments and of late has been the serious &nbsp; concern of Mr. Deakin still lacks solution. How shall we find work for all our citizens? Not to find work is to leave them to starve, and to leave those to starve that we can save by food is to be guilty of their deaths. Surely in a State s...
LATE SPORTING. ADELAIDE RACING. S.A.J.C. CORONATION MEETING. A LIKELY NATINAL CANDIDATE. Philippa Fetters the Field. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902
ADELAIDE RACING. S.A.J.C. CORONATION MEETING. A LIKELY NATIONAL CANDIDATE. Philippa Fetters the Field. &nbsp; ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. The S. A. J. C. postponed Coronation meet- in was held at Morphettville to-day in perfect weather. The attendance and racing were both good, and there were some fine finishes. Albadi, the favorite in the Royal Welter, was only beaten on the post through Willis taking the finish rather easily. Isis had no difficulty in winning the Hurdles, and she has more than an out- side chance in the Flemington Grand National. Amiral was favorite for the Coronation Handicap, with Sailor, Clifton, and Philippa all well backed. Amiral ran a pig, and Philippa won after a great set-to with the outtsder Lorne. Convoy, the favorite in the Steeplechase, won in a canter. Sojourner, a beautiful Pilgrim's Progress colt in &nbsp; Quinn's stable, was a hot favorite in the youngsters' race, and he won without being asked a question. Fortune Teller and Trochon were f...
THE MURRAY ELECTION. Request to Mr. Sommers, M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902
THE MURRAY ELECTION. &nbsp; Request to Mr. Sommers, M.L.C. &nbsp; &nbsp; In connection with the vacancy for the Murray electorate, caused by Mr. George accepting the position of Commissioner of Railways, a number of the friends of Mr. C. Sommers, M.L.C., in that district are endeavoring to indnce him to contest the seat. This is a high compliment. No doubt Mr. Sommers' ability and activity would be much better placed in the Legis- &nbsp; lative Assembly than the Upper Chamber, but it is not known yet whether he will con- sent to make the change. E. R. James wishes to know if Mr. Smith &nbsp; observed the sale of the Morning Herald coronation number while the Premier's funeral was on. And the awful abortion it was, with the Cathedral and Bowra and O'Dea's "ad." prominent. U. can't lose U.R. hair F.U. use Doxo. Acts like magic.
LATE SPORTING. VICTORIAN RACING. WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. POOR RACING AND POORER PUNTERS. Sindhia Slips Up Her Supporters. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902
LATE SPORTING. VICTORIAN RACING. WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. POOR RACING AND POORER PUNTERS. Sindhia Slips Up Her Supporters. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. The Williamstown races were held to-day in fine weather, and the attendance was &nbsp; good. The fields were weak and unusually &nbsp; small. A number of Grand National candi- dates were aired, the most important one being Sindhia, who was mada an even-money chance for the Steeplechase, but when lead- ing she ran off. Punters had a shockingly bad day, as until the last race not a single favorite caught the judge's eye. Details :— HURDLE RACE. Of 75 sovs. Two miles. D. Branigans Pathos, 5y., 9.3 (McCall)...1 &nbsp; P. Daly's Conquest, 4y., 9.12 (Morrison)...2 &nbsp; Mrs. A. Warke's Altairs, a., 11.3 (Glen- non) .... 3 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Others—Bridegroom, The Waster, Rose- mont, Billy Manton, Pistol (late Report), and Monitor. &nbsp; Betting : 2 to 1 agst the Waster, 7 to 2 Altairsj...
LACRORSE. Fremantle v. East Fremantle. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902
LACRORSE. Fremantle v. East Fremantle. &nbsp; The above match was played on the Fre- mantle Oval yesterday, and proved one of the most interesting matches of the season. Fair concerted play was shown by both &nbsp; teams. East Fremantle were handicapped owing to the absence of O'Halloran and Gardiner. Thc Fremantle team showed distinct improvement on former play. The final results was Fremantle 3 goals to East Fremantle 1 goal. The goal throwers for Fremantle were Rodgers (2) and Needham, while Murray threw the loosers only goal. The result of this match makes the two &nbsp; clubs on a par for premiership, as they have both lost one game each. &nbsp;
TRAVELLING ON THE CHEAP. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902
TRAVELLING ON THE CHEAP. Yesterday nine stowaways ex R.M.S. Cuzco were dealt with at the Police Court, Fremantle. Five Englishmen and one Dane were sentenced to six weeks' imprisonment, and two Cingalese and one Greek were ordered back to their own countries. Mr. Montagne Miiler is announced to deliver a lecture under the auspices of the Social Democratic Federation to-morrow (Sunday) evening in the Mechanics' Institute Hay-street. The subject of the lecture will be "A Fair Day's Work for a Fair Day's Pay." Literature expository of various social questions will be distributed gratis amongst the audience. We are asked to call attention to the ad- vertisement announcing that Mr. W. Atkin, of the well-known firm of Atkins and Law, is a candidate for the seat in the Legislative Assembly (Murray) rendered vacant by the acceptance by the late member, Mr. W. J. George, of a position of emolument under the Crown. Mr. &nbsp; Atkins was for a considerable period manager of the Jarrada...