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BARGAINS in UNDERCLOTHING at FOY and GIBSON'S. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 3 July 1898
BARGAINS in UNDERCLOTHING at POY and GIBSON'S. Smart Coating Skirt Costumes in covert coating and other fabrics, double- j breasted, tailor-made, and perfect fit- ting, 47s 6d, 65s ; Black Setge Coat and Skirt Costumes, new style, 42s ; Black Lustre Skirts, lined and stiffened, 15s 6d, 21s, 25s; Children's Costumes, all sizes, now on hand ; a grand range of styles to select from. t 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 6d, long sleeves 5s lld; Nightdresses, 18s 6d. -
BARGAINS in FURS at FOY and GIBSON'S. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 3 July 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 Gd, 8s 6d, 10s 6d, 15s 6d, 21s, 25B, 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, -lid yard; Fawn Beaver Trimming, 4|d yard ; Black Fur Trimming, 9d, ls, ls 6d, to 4s lld yard; Kwansdown Trimming, 9£d to ls 4d yard; White Lambswool Fur, 7idyard; Silver Fox Fur, 2s 3d to 4s 6d yard.
OWED TO THE ATTORNEY. (With apologies to Thomas Moore.) [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 3 July 1898
OWED TO THE ATTORNEY. (With apologies to Thomas Moore.) Why ÍB a pump like Jfenneiatner eh ? Because it is a stumpy block of wood That up and down its awkward arm doth sway, And coolly spout, and spout, and spout away In one weak, washy, everlasting' flood! Mr. Alfred Clarke (of Clarke and Knapp, the Optical Institute, Boyal Arcade,} has just .returned from a sue-' cessful tour of the goldfields. - It is the I firm's intention to visit the goldfields regularly and the next tour infixed for January, 1899. Tn the mea«tifl8e tnose who require aids to defective OK failing vision cannot do better than consult Messrs. Clarke and Knapp either per- sonally or by letter: Apropos of tile debate on the Address : in-Reply :-: To wonder now at Balaam's ass were weak; Is there a night when asses do iigt speak? j, ^' ' There is no-meat ring.. There is only an "association," every member of which forfeits £30 if he undercuts the price of meat. That's all!
CORRESPONDENCE. A CORRECTION. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 3 July 1898
CORRESPONDENCE. A CORRECTION. (TO THE EDÉTOB.) Sir,-My attention bas been drawn to the following paragraph, appearing in the SUNDAY TIMBS of the 26th inst. : " The Stenographers' Society t>f Perth seems to have had a short bot stormy career. The president has resigned in the first month of his reign, and a number of members have followed in his wake." In the capacity of promoter and honorary secretary of the society, might I submit that it would have been ,at least a graceful act on the part of the writer to have applied at the official source before giving publicity to a mis- leading report so prejudicial to an in- stitution, which, rather than receive a chill from any journal, should enjoy its advocacy ? Would you disabuse your readers of the false impression conveyed ? The Society still exists, and on a sounder, basis than heretofore. True it is that the President (Mr. A. F. Smith, clerk of the police court), owing to a contra- riety of opinion between himself and the majority...
ASSOCIATION GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 3 July 1898
ASSOCIATION GAMES. * En. the Association matches, Bich mond lowered the colours of Port Mel- bourne, although the game was closely contested throughout, 20 points to 8 being the result at the close of the play. * * # The standing feud between Footscray and Williamstown spoiled the game between these teams, Williamstown leaving the field five minutes before call of time.. As, however, the Foot scrayswerein the lead at the time the game goes to their credit. * * * ' North Melbourne bad an easy task 1 with the Brunswickers, defeating1 them by over 20 points, the scores at tile close being Norths 9 goals 4 behinds,1 Brunswick 6 goals 7 behinds.
MELBOURNE JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 3 July 1898
MELBOURNE JOTTINGS. Half the games required to be played in connection with the League's Pre- miership have now been completed, with the result that the leading clubs, Essendon and Fitzroy, are now only leading by four points, and there is absolutely nothing to pick between six of tiie eight League teams for the premiership. This is a marvellous change in the aspect of affairs, for at the commencement of the season it looked as though the result was going to be Essendon first, the rest nowhere, but now the League's barometer reads Essendon and Fitzroy 20 points, with four other teams 16 points each. . * * The Melbourne men surprised their friends by their play and the manner in which they downed the Geelongites. The sea-siders played well, but the city men were not to be denied, as may be judged from their 20 pointe win. From the start the Melbournians played a forcing game, and the result was that tiie first quarter showed-Melbourne 1 goal 1 behind, to Geelong's 2 behinds. Half-tim...
ENGLISH AS SHE IS WROTE. BY A WEST AUSTRALIAN MINING "EXPERT" WITH A MINE FOR SALE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 3 July 1898
ENGLISH AS SHE IS WROTE. 'BY A WEST AUSTRALIAN MINING " EXPEBT " WITH A M INK FOE S ALE. The following is a verbatim et literatim copy of a report on a West- ralian property recently offered to the representative of a well-known Ldndon firm. It is almost needless to add that on the strength of the report the prospective buyer had nothing to do with the property. For obvious reasons we have suppressed the name of the property and of the " expert " : À 12 acres Lease situated about ll miles west of Southern Cross W.A. This Lease has two or more gold bear- ing reefs bearing North and South running through the whole property in igneouis rock destitute of stratification ejected by voléanos and present many appearances others wavey strictures bite slag from an iron furnace and full of cavities and showing ore cropping up about 5ft. above the surface. The two reefs are about 100ft. apart. A shaft has been sunk on the No. 1 lode at south and 33ft. and reef 14ft. wide carrying gold all the w...
SYDNEY NOTES. RUGBY RULES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 3 July 1898
SYDNEY NOTES. BUGBY BULES. The largest gathering ever seen on the Association Cricket Ground was that, which attended the match be- tween the Pirates and Bandwicks, and the game was well worthy of the attendance, as it was of a most stirring nature from start to finish. At tile start tiie Bandwicks had somewhat the best of the game, and the score at bali time stood at Randwick, 5 points, a goal obtained from a try ; Pirates, nil. The bitter team, however, worked with a WÜL and during the latterlialf secured 16 points, whilst their opponents were only able to add an additional three to the fivethey had obtained in the first half. The scores at close of the game were-Pirates, 16 ; Randwick, 8. # * * The Wallaroos had a day out also, and succeeded in defeating the Uni- versity men rather easily, as the score, 21 to 10, serves to indicate. # # * In the First Junior matches Rockdale beat Adelphi at Burwood Cricket Ground by 3 points to nil, Finn kicking a penalty goal. # * * South Sydney...
BEDSTEADS and BEDDING at FOY and GIBSON'S. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 3 July 1898
BEDSTEADS and BEDDING at FOY 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, 458, «5s; Italian beds., (very handsomely draped), rich brass mounts, JS6 15, £8 10s. per bed; Draperies, from 37s. 6d; Bedding, double-sized Mattresses,. in best Bel- gian Ticking, 16s 6d, 20s; pure Java Kapok Mattresses, double-size, 25s . Sd, Sos; Flock Pillows, ls Sd; Kapok Pil- lows, 2s 6d; Kapok, in bulk, lOd per lb. All Bedding Manufaetured on til» 'Premises from Purified .Materials Only.
BARGAINS in OFFICE FURNITURE [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 3 July 1898
BARGAINS in OFFICE FURNITURE Solid oak Office Desk, Cutler pattern, automatic locking; £12 15s; cedar Onice Tables, 5 drawers, with locks, leather top, £5 12s 6d ; revolving Office Chairs, 27s 6d; Desk Stool, stuffed, leather covered, 18s 6d ; Hat Backs, 3s 6d. All furnishing requirements at special prices.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 3 July 1898
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BARGAINS for FOOTBALLERS at FOT and GIBSON'S. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 3 July 1898
BARGAINS for FOOTBALLERS at POT 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 Knickers, 3s 6d pair ; Dungaree Jer- seys, lace-up front, 5s 6d, or with Cha- mois shoulder piece, 6s6d ; Club Match Balls, full size, hand-sewn covers, best MacHntosh. bladders ; Gilbert's Match , IL Footballs, best quality, rubber bladder. 11s 6d each, postage 8d extra ; The Victor, 7s 6d ; No. 2 Club Match, j 8s 6d ; Association Match, 12s 6d ; Ans- j tralian, 10s 6d; Star Patent, No. 2.12s I 6d, all best rubber bladders. j
BARGAINS in GENTS' HATS at FOY and GIBSON'S. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 3 July 1898
BARGAINS in GENTS* HATS at FOY and GIBSON'S. Gents' Hard Felt Hats in all latest shapes, 4s 9d, 5s 9d,7s 6d, 8s 6d ; Gents' Umbrellas, 4s 6d, 5s 6d, 7s 6d, 10s Sd, 12s 6d ; For Eng's, opossum, wallaby, and kangaroo skins, 59s 6d, 70s, 80s.
RELIABLE and WELL MADE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 3 July 1898
RELIABLE and WELL MADE. Kitchen Tablee, polished, and heavy turned legs, 13s 6d, 15s 6d, 18s 6&lt;1 ; Kauri Dresser, with cupboard and drawers, 44s 6d, 70s ; Meat Safes, 15s 6d, 18s 6d, 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 6dj Dressiug Table to match, 9s 6d, Hanging mirrors, ls, 2s, 2s 6d ; double-door Wardrobe, polirhed, 4ft. x 7ft. high, 78s.
BARGAINS in BOOTS at FOY and GIBSON'S. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 3 July 1898
BARGAINS in BOOTS at POY and GIBSON'S. Ladies' Glace Kid Lace 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 Boote, 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 os 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 Tan Goloshed Balmorals, lis 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 p...
ROWING. "Take your time from me, boys." [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 3 July 1898
ROWING. (Br "AK Ou» 'Us.") i "Take your time from me, toys." The twelfth annual regatta held fay the Fremantle Bowing Club, originally fixed for June 1, -was brought off on Tuesday last (Coronation Day), over the usual course-For maiden races, one mile ; senior races, one mile and a half, starting from Becky Bay, and finishing at the old North Fremantle bridge. The enclosure met with good support from the patrons of the club, and through this the club's finances should be greatly augmented; but the heights along the river banks proved such vantage spots for sight-seers that several thousands availed themselves of this means of viewing the racing, to the detriment of the club. It is to be regretted that so many persons were to 'be found eager to do this, instead of ¡paying the small fee charged for ad- mission, which would have helped to put the rowing club once more ou a sound footing. .« * * A change that one and all were satis- fied with was in making it an afternoon regatta, inst...
WORLD OF WHEELS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 3 July 1898
WORLD OF WHEELS. (Br "THE WANDEBER.") Of the 20 delegates forming the council of the League of W.A. Wheel- men 10 of them are leading members of the W.A.C.C. The president of the club is also president of. the League, and they have a member on both the racing committee and the executive committee. The club has failed, and, as a natural consequence, the League also. * * « Rumour has it that, in consequence of the " gruelling " which Pedal gave the W.A.C.C. regarding their race meeting, an attempt is to be again made to oust him from his position on the staff of the daily to which, he belongs. It is time that such movements met with the check which they deserve: * * # F. A. Thomas was secretary to the W1.C.C. meeting, a member of the League committe, and also a judge. Pooh: Bah! No wonder it was anything but a success-to put it mildly. * . # Brown covered himself with glory in the Perth CC. road race by covering the distance in the fastest time. Charlie Morrison's debut as a road ride...