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BELLA HECKLER. STORY OF HER WRONGS. CLERGYMAN'S CARNAL CRUELTY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

BELLA HECKLER. STORY OF HER WRONGS. CLERGYMAN'S CARNAL CRUELTY. The SUNDAY TIMES of December 29th pub- lished an article headed "Seduction or In-   sanity—Bella Heckler's Strange Story," in   which a Highgate Hill clergyman was charged with indecent familiarities with his servant girl, and afterwards being a party to sending her to the asylum. Our account was ques- tioned at the time, and as the girl was then said to be insane there was nothing to be gained by securing her version of the affair. We have patiently waited for her release without losing sight of her. Three weeks ago last Thursday she was liberated as "recovered," and after giving the young lady breathing time we sent our representa- tive to interview her, and the following is her own statement, given voluntarily in the presence of two representatives of the SUN- DAY TIMES and two of her friends. Bella Heckler states :—"I went to servce at the Rev. Mr. Price's house over two years ago. I remained there abou...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CYNICAL SYNOPSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

CYNICAL SYNOPSIS. "All the venal crowd." —BYRON.   It is wonderful how Australia gets along   with all its kings abroad. Geil, of the spondulix faith, is a Philadel- phian Yank. Another old humbug going, Col. Campbell retiring. The Perth markets are certainly looking       much better since their renovation. King Dick of Seddonia has dined with       Chamberlain—Culinary Federation of the Empire. Rumored that the Government have aban-     doned the Midlands Workshops. They will,   instead, use the Black Goodse Foundry. A Kalgoorlieite has written to us to say   that Nanson was invited to visit the Gold-   fields by Mat the Rager and Quixotic   Jacoby.   Mexican Morgans is no relation to the   Pierpont plutocrat, who, according to the Yanks, declined to buy the island of Britain ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
VERSE— AND WORSE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

VERSE—AND WORSE "To cheat thee of a sigh, Or charm thee to a tear." -MOORE. Daily advt.: "Carpenter, handy any-   thing, gardening, painting, wants jobbing." Why doesn't he call Tom Molloy a liar?         "What is urgently needed in our big drapery and other shops," writes a lady cor- respondent in a daily, "is a private room   where a lady could wash and arrange her hair." The SUNDAY TIMES might also ask If the drapers a room could spare, Where every mother who boasts a babe Could wash and arrange her hair. ...   London News Note : "Mr. Edmund Bar- ton, on his way to Australia, will spend a few weeks in Lucerne, Switzerland." Pas-   toralists please note: Tanking Toby will make For the mountain and lake When he crosses the channgel from Dover, And as to Lucerne. He is anxious to turn, It's a cert he'll be living in clover. At the farewell to Amy Castles. Local theatrical agent: "...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ALL THAT'S NEEDET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

ALL THAT'S NEEDED.   -                 BY DRYBLOWER.   "The new steam fire-engine arrived yes- terday. All that now remains to render the town practically immune from an extensive conflagration is a good supply of water. [Daily paper]. All that they need to quench a fire is a good supply of water,       All that a childless couples desire Is a son-and-heir and daughter. All that a cleaned-out bankrupt need   Is cash to make him wealthy,     While all that is wanted by invalids, Is health to make them healthy. All that a flirtsome maiden lacks   Is an opposite sex canoodler, While a chance to grind a selfish axe Would satisfy each boodler. All that the dying need is life To help them dodge Deaths' grippers, While in this world man needs a wife If he wants a clutch of...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A SIMULTANEOUS SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

A SIMULTANEOUS SONG. BY DRYBLOWER.   ["Preparations are being made by the local churches for the visit of the Rev. Mr. Geil's Sunultaneous Mission party to Wes- tern Australia, where, it is asserted by   Eastern authorities, there is ample scope for reformation."-News item.]       A welcome to the wicked West Awaits the godly Geil, Who chases Satan from his path And gathers (tell it not in Gath)   A goodly golden pile.   In W.A. the sinner swarms From Cue to Cunderdin, And here the simultaneous saint Will shortly scrape the gilt and paint From simultaneous sin. For sin is in the air we breathe, It's also in our drinks, Abundantly it lives and lurks, Amid the sirens' smiles and smirks And in the barmaids' winks;       It variegates domestic life Within the family coop, Yea! Geil will wade knee-deep in sins,     When in Westralia h...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PHILANTHROPIC FRAUDS. THE SWAN BOTS' ORPHANAGE. WANTON WICKEDNESS TO WAIFS. STARVELINGS SUBJECTED TO SLAVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

PHILANTHROPIC FRAUDS. THE SWAN BOYS' ORPHANAGE.         WANTON WICKEDNESS TO WAIFS. STARVELINGS SUBJECTED TO SLAVERY. When Wilberforce thundered with fiery eloquence against slavery ; when Britain abolished it from her dominions; when     Harriett Beecher-Stowe inveighed against it in that remarkable novel, "Uncle Tom's Cabin," and when Abraham Lincoln signed the proclamation which liberated the planta- tion negroes, the whole world seemed to breathe more freely, and the delusion gained ground that all men were free—at least under the British and American flags. But unfortuntately, what was done in Uncle Tom's time, the tyrants of the world still   manage to do in another form to day, and that, too, under sanction of law. The   Queensland kanaka trade and the nigger bondage in our own Nor'-West, nay not so far away as that, is ample demonstration that not only have we slavery (cal...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PORTRAIT PHILANTHROPY. YOUR PORTRAIT FREE. A Huge Paris Swindle. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

YOUR PORTRAIT FREE. A Huge Paris Swindle. A few weeks ago we published a letter   sent by "A. Tanquerey, Directeur of the Society Arrisque de Portraits," preaumably carrying on business at 9 Rue de St. Peters- bourg, Paris. In our ecomments we pointed out that the letter, on the face of it, was a mere advertisement for a swindle. The letter asked the citizens of Perth who re- ceived it (and many citizen have received such letters, not only in Perth but in Fre- mantle and Guildford, and, in fact, all over W.A.), that he could, by merely going to the trouble to send over his photo, receive   life-size crayon drawing free of charge. It was cunningly insinuated in the letter that the firm engaged in this gratuitous enter- prise were doing the work by way of making the excellence of that artistic work known in this State. Such a plausible reason for philanthropy in portraits has deceived more than one of our readers, and some of them were angry at the time that ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
KALGOORLIE KETCHUP. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

KALGOORLIE KETCHUP.   BY KURRAJONG. The Esperance Railway League, so the secretary explains to me, are resting on their oars until such time as the Chamber of Mines have decided whether or no they will co-operate in the agitation. It would be more correct to say that the oars have been unshipped, for the movement, which was never to any sense a popular one, has altogether collapsed for the present. It gave a small knot of notoriety-hunters a chance of advertising themselves and posing as leaders, but most sensible men have realised that it would be easier to get feathers off a frog than to induce the present Parliament to sanction the building of a railway to Esperance. Nothing but a radical re-distribution of seats, a dissolution and a general election will bring this particu- lar public work within the sphere of prac- tical politics, and a loud yell for these things would have a lot more to recommend it than the reiteration of Dr. Ellis's flatulent figures or Mayor Ke...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS S.B. (Perth)—Bob Fitzsimmons and John     L. Sullivan never met in a boxing contest. "South-West."—B cannot recover unless be can prove that A admitted the balance owing when he made a payment on account. "Constant Reader."—The Victorian Govern- ment, but the British Government paid the men while on service. J. Cornwall, Kojonup.—If the water main passes your father's land the board are empowered by Act of Parliament to levy rates on it. Messrs. Thomas and Co., Chemists, 398     Hay-street, have been appointed SOLE   AGENTS in W.A. for Dr. BARNADO'S IRISH MOSS. This is the preparation which has created such a sensation in England, achieving a larger sale than any other preparation of its kind ever put on the market In addition to this, Dr. Barnado's IRISH MOSS enjoys the unique distinction of being the only patent medi- cine ordered by the Medical Staff for general use in the English Hospitals...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
For the Farmers. RURAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

Seasonable weather. Prevalent frosts retarding the growth of   everything vegetable. Larger area under cereal culture this   season than at this time last year.   Several farmers have taken the advice given in these columns some time ago and have changed their seed for grain crops. It would benefit the farming community   generally to publish the result of such a practice. Will those persons who have adopted the idea please note? Twenty tons of cabbage to the acres is     realised on the Osborne Park Estate. This should encourage farmers near a market to bring their land into a high state of fertility and to give an acre or two of their holding a trial in this respect. The Early Rose and Beauty of Hebron varieties of potatoes yield the best results in the garden land within a few miles of Perth. The work of grubbing and clearing new         land should be...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE OSBORNE PARK ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

The abovenamed property comprises an     area of between 6,000 and 7,000 acres. It       has a frontage to the North Beach-road and is situated about two miles from the boun- dary of Perth municipality. The surface is undulating and tighly timbered. A portion of the estate is swampy, on which are settled about 20 market gardeners, who are mostly doing well. The whole of the property has been surveyed into town lots and garden areas. Provision has been made for a school site and recreation ground. Several streets have been cleared, as is also a space (about a   mile and a half) for a tramway to meet the existing one. A contract has been let for its construction, rails have been imported and sleepers carted for the work, which will be     completed and In Running Order in less than six months. The tramway will provide for the carriage of garden and other produce to market, in additi...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
AGRICUL TURAL SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

These institutions are to be found in most towns where the settlers in the adjacent   districts are engaged in rural pursuits. Pro- perly conducted, a large amount of good must accrue to a majority of those forming such societies. Especially would this be the   case if the objects for which one of these   institutions was formed were carried out,           but in too many instances they are not. An   agricultural society should be educational,   and can be made go if the members desire it, Holding rural shows is only one portion of its work; the dissemination practical know-   ledge is, or ought to be, a society's chief function. To do this, members, and even others outside the society, should be invited       to prepare "papers" on various subjects re- lating to the station, the farm, or the garden. Spe...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
OBJECT LESSONS IN MARKET GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

OBJECT LESSONS IN MARKET GARDENING. Some of the most profitable as well as the   best worked market gardens in the State are to be found on the low-lying grounds of Osborne Park Estate. They range in area from six to fourteen acres. Two of these minutely inspected and notes are owned and worked by Messrs Arbuckle Brothers   and Herbert McMillan respectively. The   first-named have about 10 acres under most kinds of cullinary vegetables, and take off   three crops a year. So rich is the soil that cabbages yield 20 tons to the acre, and potatoes form 8 to 10 tons Most of the   ground is worked by the spade on account   of the peaty nature of a portion of it. The   return from this place is about £1200 per annum. At the present time there are   several hundred pounds worth of market- able, produce in readiness for sale. In   addition to ordinary vegetable and rhubarb. th...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BUSINGS NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

BUSINESS NOTICES. Ladies are reminded that the Orange Lily Remedy Co.'s Office ia still at No. 19 Royal Arcade. These remedies are now so well known that farther comment is unneces- sery. Mr. H. Clarke, Eagle Chambers, Perth, has just received new shipments of wines, spirits, cigars, English ales and Guinness' stout, pure Ceylon teas, foreign cigars, oil of lemons, Frankfort sausages ; nickel silver, keyless and rolled gold watches, and also special consignments of ladies' jackets, all at first cost.     In another column will be found and ad- vertisement relative to Swallow ale, a beverage coming into favor more and more daily. Most of the hotels keep this brand,   which can be obtained wholesale at the West Australia Brewery or at the office, St. George's terrace. The original and genuine brand of "Bobby Burns," the well known whisky, may be obtained from the sole agents for W.A.. Messrs. Tolley and Co. Ltd. Hotelkeepers and the public genera...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ORCHARD WORK HINTS FOR FRUIT GROWERS. NO. VIII Picking, packing and Storinig of Fruit. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

ORCHARD WORK   HINTS FOR FRUIT GROWERS.   BY J.C. BLACKMORE AND S.I. FITCH (NEW ZEALAND EXPERTS.) NO. VIII.     Picking, Packing and Storing of Fruit.         Amongst growers there is a considerable   diversity of opinion as regards the best kind and size of packages for marketing the varions fruits. Uniformity is advisable,   but, whatever kind of package is used in marketing, the fruit ought to be carefully graded, dividing it into several grades uniform in quality and ripeness. It will often pay to pack carefully extra samples of almost ripe apricots, nectarines, peaches, cherries, pears, and even plums in small packages or shallow boxes (excepting cherries), containing not more than two layers of fruit, each one being wrapped in tissue paper and packed in kiln-dried wood wool. Not only does the fruit travel well, but it is a convenient size much sough...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NORTH FREMANTLE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

NORTH FREMANTLE TOWN HALL. Mr. GEORGE CLARKE writes: — In an article in your issue of the 15th June I notice some remarks regarding the   North Fremantle Town Hall, of which   I was the successful competitor and the   carrying out of which has been en-   trusted to me. I hope in all fairness   to me that you will publish the other   side of the case, for though no doubt   you published that article in good   faith, your informant is very much   astray, and the only motive sensible men can attribute is spleen. In the   first place let me thank you for the     meed of praise you have given me — "The plans were well drawn." This is the highest any architect could desire   in such a case, as it is an acknowledg-   ment of his skill as a draughtsman. With reference to the specifications, I give you the clause...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ANDAKOT JOBBERY. THE RAILWAY SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

JANDAKOT JOBBERY. THE RAILWAY SCHEME. "The Man With the Hoe" writes: By the letters appearing in your widely read paper it appears there is a nice bit of manoeuvring going on with regard to the Jandakot railway. I fear there are very few who will doubt the issue of an interview between the attorney for 238,038 acres, as to whether the railway will be built to give facilities to a large number of settlers and their families or the owners of the above-mentioned unin- habited area which rans wild—12,000 acres owned by Bateman and on which there are only two employees. Settlers in Jandakot who are cultivating 10 acres employ five permanent hands and often three casuals, as the crop re- quires attention. Several others em- ploy an equally large amount of labor. I wonld like to know who are best entitled to it—the representative of "boodle" or the men who were working for wages six or eight years back anx who are now employers of a Large Number of Hands as well as their own families ? Aye...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WORSLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

WORSLEY. BY OUR TRAVELLING CORRESPONDENT. The above-named township owes its existence to the sawmill be-   longing to the company of which Mr. Fort is the general manager and Mr. Wilson the mill manager. It is situated on the Collie railway line, and has been working 3 years There are two other mills in connection with this one, also under Mr. Wilson's man- agement. At present over 200 men and 100 horses and bullocks find em- ployment, and thousands of tons of timber cut into various sizes   are sent away monthly. The township contains a capacious hall and numerous dwellings. The hall is used for a school, which is under the charge of   Mrs. McAliece, with 60 pupils enrolled and attended by an average of 50. An examination of the work (which would compare favorably with schools of greater pretentions) gave evidence that the teacher's efforts had not been in vain. Mr. Wilson Is Very Popular with the residents, and from what could be seen and hea...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FAITHFUL BOMB FIENDS. REGULATION IMPLORED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

FAITHFUL DUMB FIENDS. REGULATION IMPLORED. A lady writes :—From time to tIme (spasmodically it seems to me) a letter will appear in the papers from private individuals protesting against some act of brutality towards dumb animals, but to what end ? Certainly kind-   hearted folk of the same calibre com-   mend it, and have been known to   answer the writer through newspaper columns ; but again I say to what practical end as far as permanently bettering the condition of the animals   is concerned? All the talking or writing in the world will not make a   brute less a brute, and the only good to be obtained from such in reading comments on their actions is a sneer and a resolve to only get that poor horse perchance on the quiet, who has been the means of putting on them the searchlight, and he will make it pay double. We must have, I am sure, among our legislators men with humanity towards The Dumb Sufferers, and it make...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FOOTBALL AUSTRALIAN GAME. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. PRTYH v. SOUTH FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 29 June 1902

AUSTRALIAN GAME . YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. PERTH v. SOUTH FREMATLE.       The above match was played on the As- sociation Ground yesterday afternoon. The attendance was only moderate. Umpire   Wilcox did not bounce the ball till 3.35 p.m. Perth won the toss and elected to kick to- wards the pavilion. end. On the bounce Jeffrey sent it towards the pavilion, and   after some good exchanges Clarke secured in front of goal and notched first goal to Perth. Immediately on the bounce South rushed the ball to-Perth's territory, where Morton marked splendidly and scored a sixer for South Fremantle. Purling made a fine run along the wing towards the pavilion end, and out of a scrimmage Perth obtained a behind. Some good play in front of the South goal resulted in a minor point, and Hussey, securing from a scrimmage, added No. 2 goal to Perth's score. Play was confined to the South's territory, another behind being added. Then follow...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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