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LATE SPORTING NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

LATE SPORTING NEWS A letter lies at this office for Jack Pearn,   the wrestler.   Clanside, after a brief spell, has resumed work at Caulfield.   Man of Honor is to leave for Adelaide, where he will race for some time. The Onkaparinga Racing Club had the     best day last Monday experienced for years, and consequently further improvements are promised.   The "books" got a terrible gruelling at Helena Vale last Monday, it being one of the worst days they have experienced for a considerable time. Carey has had no luck with Jay Rye, and   has determined to turn him out for three or four months. For that purpose the son of   Jacinth and Roxany Rye has been sent home.           Flemington has been flooded during the past week owing to a southerly gale banking   up the Saltwater River. The water found its way ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

"Subscriber" (Mundaring).--Lord Roberts was born at Cawnpore, India. "Late Prisoner" (Geraldton).--Cannot take up your case unless you send your name   and address.     John Jackson (Boulder).--Have repeatedly dealt with the person mentioned in your   letter.   J. Woodhead.--Papers received. Many   thanks.   "J.W.B."--Will deal with the matter in due course.     "Handmaid."--The domestic service ques- tion involves more than the issue you mention. We certainly think ''handmaid" a better term than "servant," though   neither designation is free from the sug- gestion of temporary slavery. "A Victim"-- Write only on one side of the paper, be sure of your facts, and use as   few words as possible to express your meaning       "Civil Servant" (Bunbury).--Have no fears. Wild horses will not drag the names of c...

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Our Sunday Serial THE HERMIT'S DAUGHTER [CONTINUED.] CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

_____         Our Sunday Serial       THE HERMIT'S DAUGHTER     By RODERIC TINN (Written for the "SUNDAY TIMES." [CONTINUED.]   CHAPTER II.   The years rolled by and the old man received the welcome news that   his daughter was to return by the first direct boat following the receipt of her letter. He went almost mad with joy, and told his dogs, his plants, and his birds about it in such a mood of ex- citement that all, with the exception of the plants, were astonished. He had taught them to recognise her latest portrait from others, and to exhibit signs of joy and welcome when he ottered the word " Nina." When the first excitement was over he fell into a series of reflections. Though he knew she had grown to be a woman since last he saw her, he had always thought of her, and still could not help thinking of her, as a child. He h...

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CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

CHAPTER III. Nina Eldridge had just turned 19 years of age. Her figure was slight, but perfect in shape. Her features were delicately chiselled by Nature's most skilful artist, and her face was aglow with the light of red and white roses. Her eyes were dark blue, beam- ing with tbe lustre of ambitious hopes and girlhood's innocent smiles. Her mouth was small, her lips rather thin, but red as the brightest red coral and soft as the lips of a babe. When she smiled her snowy teeth appeared like the "chef d'oeuvre" of a gifted jeweller   --perfect, symmetrical and regular. The milk-like whiteness of these pearls and the deep dark blue of her eyes were as the contrast of the winter's moon and the blue-robed canopy of Heaven. She was full of spirit--of that peculiar and refreshing playfulness of youth--particularly of girls. As the startled deer becomes graceful, and as the swallow gambols in the music of curves, so did she appear, so were all her actions. Her aged father bad...

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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

CHAPTER IV. They lived happily enough for some time, but at last it became painfully evident to her father that Nina was becoming wearied with the monotony of her life. He, in his simple, unsophisticated way, did all he could to amuse and entertain her. He was constantly bringing her fresh pets, taking her for rambles on the beach, over the rocks, and through the bush. He invented tales during the day to relate to her in the evening. He gathered wild flowers for her, and worked them into all manners of designs. Sometimes, to please her, he would ask permis- sion to prepare their meal after the manner of his days of solitude, and his kind eyes would moisten with joy to hear her praise his skill. But in spite of all this she became more thoughtful, and sometimes he would heave a deep sigh as he thought he detected a faint shadow of sadness falling on her beautiful face. "I am an old fool," be said to him- self one day. "I am an old fool, living   iu a fool's paradise. I o...

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DRESS AND FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

DRESS AND FASHION       BY "LADY GODIVA." How few women possess the art of dres-   sing well, even in an age when the science of clothes is made a special study. The suit- ability of our clothes is a secondary con- sideration. Our one idea is to look smart not to look our best. Many women wear the most unbecoming colors just to be in the fashion. For instance, most women think they look so elegant in black, whilst really it is a most unbecoming color unless this evil be judiciously mitigated by the introduction of white or some other softly toneing color. Black is sombre, and takes the dust   easily ; and although it has its utility as a stand-by in cases of emergency, it is not the color to choose in preference to anything else. A fair fresh girl of 20 can look sweet in black or, in fact, anything ; but to my sister women of 30 or over, I would say "Never let black near your face." But the situation can be saved by in...

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THE HOME. DOMESTIC GHAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

THE HOME.   ____ _____   DOMESTIC CHAT. By "PENELOPE." It is almost useless to attempt to conduct a home successfully unless the arrange- ments and general management are as near perfect as possible. Order is Heaven's first law, and without it comfort cannot he expected in our homes, however much money may be spent on furnishing, or how- ever many servants may be employed to perform the work. Every home must have a head, as every ship a captain, and all in the house should feel confident of her ability to rule and direct operations. To ensure the effective and smooth working of the household, an excellent plan is to write out and hang in the kitchen a set of rules for the guidance of the servants. These should state the hours for meals, the days for special work, and any exceptional departures from the general routine, such as early meals for children attending school, or late dinners for husbands or sons unavoidably detained   at business. If ...

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Food Recipes [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

Food Recipes PEARS IN JELLY. -Boil an ounce of isin- glass in about a teacupful of water ; add to it a pint of orange juice. To color the sugar rub it with the orange peel, and sweeten with this. Boil all together, then remove from the fire, and throw in the well-beaten wliites of two eggs, with their shells. Strain the liquor through a jelly bag until clear; half ill soaked moulds with it, and while   still warm place in some well-stewed pears; then fill the moulds with the remainder of the jelly. Put upon ice to set, or keep in a cold place for 12 hours. -- RASPBERRY SALAD.-Have ready a mould that has soaked for some time in cold water.   Line the inside with red currant jelly ; when nearly set place in a layer of preserved raspberries, then a layer of jelly and so on, until the mould is full. Put upon ice to Set ; turn out upon an ornamental glass dish ; beat well a small jug of cream to such a thickness that it may easily be formed in little heaps; firs...

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GENERAL HINTS. Household Waste. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

GENERAL HINTS. Household Waste. By avoiding the neglectful and conse-   quently wasteful practices (so common in almost every home} which I mention be- low, you will be astonished at the saving in your bills, the increase in your comfort, and the economy of your time : Pieces of bread and cake allowed to get dry and mouldy and then thrown away. Dried fruits left uncovered, and conse- queuity permitted to become wormy. Throwing away pieces of meat or fish.     Using new lampglasses without previously boling them. Putting worn sheets and towels into the rag bag which would, if cut and hemmed, make tidy dusters and bedroom cloths, &c. Throwing away small pieces of soap in the water, which if saved will do for the washing boiler.           Being without a cinder sifter. Throwing away small ends of candles     which can be saved for cleaning irons on &...

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THE HAY-STREET TRAGEDY. PRISONERS REPRIEVED. IMPRISONMENT FOR LIFE. CONDUCT IN CONDEMNED CELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

THE HAY-STREET TRAGEDY. PRISONERS REPRIEVED. IMPRISONMENT FOR LIFE. CONDUCT IN CONDEMNED CELLS. The Hay-street sensational crime which resulted in the sad death of John Gray, and the subsequent trial and sentence to death oí the three accused—McKay, Collen, and Campbell—came under the consideration of the Executive Council on Friday last. The Ministers had before them the petitions   which had boen numerously signed praying for the conunutation of the sentence of death. They had also the notes and report of the Chief Justice, who tried the case, as well as the report of the trial, the jury's verdict, and the rider of the jury, which latter recommended the prisoners to mercy in the following words:—"We the jurymen sitting on the case against McKay, Camp- bell and Cullen for the murder of John Gray, have had some trouble in agreeing to a verdict. In The Interests of Justice we have agreed to a verdict of murder, but we hope that the full extent of the law will not be carr...

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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902

SWIMMIÜEüt. Fv G. V. Lane, George Bend^, mai their ' friend! ajíd mentor George Farmer, arriv od ' at Fremantle from Sydney oa,th*ir way to I England1 by the R.M.S. Ortona on Monday. i Thia will be Lane's second visit, to England,. and if he only does half as wael! oft the pre- sent as bo did on the previous- ooasioa, ho wüii da very well indeed. George Farmer ¡ and George Bead will se«-the cid country for the first time. Bead, ti&agb not bear- 1 ing such good credentials as he.-ojwaed about six weeks ago (for Dis* Cavill is the« Australasäan champion and; the world's, record holder now) may ba netted upon ywrndod he keeps well and fights his battler «at-to keep np Australiar&end of the stick, with honor and credit. Farmer is confidents' that Bead will avenge tba. rda feats sustained:; hy_ him at the handsio£.¿>iojfcCavill when 'they meet in England. * Freddy Lane hope». to defeat Derbyshire hi. tim 108 and SäSftj Upards championships, aadjthere is no doubt läatjb...

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SPORTING. RACING FIXTURES. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902

RACING FIXTURES. APRIL. 16. Maribyrnong B.C. - 16, 17. Hamilton B.C. 16,17. Albury R.C. 19. Canning Park T.C. / 19. Victoria B.C. 19. Gawler J.C. ' 19. Canterbury'Park B.C. 21. Moonee Valley B.C. 23. Leonora J. C. 23. Deniliquin J.C. 23,24. Port Hedland B.C. 23, 24. Wagga B.C. , 26. Helena Vale R.C. ¡ . 26. Sandown Park B.C. 28. Warwick Farm B.C. 29. Warrnambool R.C. 30. Aspendale Park B.C. 30. Warrnambool A.T.C. MAY. 1. Warrnambool R.C. > 3. W.A.T.C. 3. V.A.T.C. ' 3. Sydney T.C. 3,7,10 8. A. J.C. 5. Mt. Sir Samuel R.C. 7. Maribyrnong R.C. . 10. Canning Park T.C. 10. Mentone R.C. 10. Rosehill'B.C. ?.. 13,14. HayL.V.R.C. 14. Aspendale Park B.C. 17. Williamstown B.C. 17. W. A. Tattersall^ Club. 17. Goldfields Polo Club. 17. Sydney ^TattersaU's Chib 20,21. North-Western J;C. 21. Menzies T.C. 21. Findon Harriers H.O.- St Helena Vale B.C. 24. Kookynie R.e. 24. Moonee Valley B.C. 24. Moorefield BX. 26, 29. Bendigo J.C. 30. Canning Park T.C. 31. Epsom S.?. * 31. Canterbury Park B.C. 31....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902

& MACKAYS cc AJBSOLXJTELY TJlSTRrVAX.IL.iai). |ole Agents-MILNE & CO., William Street, Perth. THE OTCLONE" WOVEN WIRE PENCE ls se called Because ft Sweeps all before it. -zr* ta fr -3 A TYPICAL SHEEP FENCE. ^The CYCLONT5 FENCE may be buüt any any style, and at any price." ' The CYCLONE FENCE is horse high, bull strong, pig and sheep proof, absolutely and always: It never ruste, never slacks, is ] more durable, and more satisfactory in every way titan oro^iuu^ single uro . The' CYCLONE FENCE ÍB built of galvanised Bessemer steel wire cables and crimped pickets. It is woven on the ground, and ] is undoubtedly the BEST and CHEAPEST FENCE on the MARKET. TOLLPABTICtJI^B^ Off APPLICATION TO Sole Agent for Western Australia. MES.' F. EBBOTTS (lat» of Kalgoorlie) RECHERCHE LUNCHEON and TEA : * ROOMS, the Largest and-Coolest in the City, ARE KOW OPEN. -"HOT AND COLD LUNCHEONS AND GRILLS. . . Afternoon Tea a Specialty. , Strawberries and Cream. Fruit Salads and Luncheons. ! . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902

\ - ?f-,~~.. ' i^^^^^B^^^I OBIGKHT. JJ£R~K J . TW final series of matches in «ouneciàon. âridï'lbé premietEbip^ the se^r'&saocia-' - tion Tras brought -tája- «anâdaion yester-': dáy week, Md ^ resnlt i»áhat East Perth and West Perth tied for first place, a play ofi thus being necessi felted. The niatches were uninteresting. Against Bast Fromasotle's set of 207 West Perth, batting against half-a-dozen fieldsmen, put up 446 for fire wickets. Only'six of the East Fremantle team turned up. - There should be a rule inserted in the regulations to disqualify men who desert their club in the time of need. Such men are not sports- men, and the sooner they are-relegated to the obscurity they deserve the better- for the game all round. The West Perth captais refused to allow his opponent« to have substitutes, and for this he waa severely blamed. : Evidently the -days rof chivalry are "dead,. aód tho once Booie game of cricket ia becoming as much a sport as two-up or doodteenr-buck. Eas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902

I BUY FOR CASH AT HIGHEST PRICES- ' KANGAROO, WALLABY, OPOSSUI^, Etc. ALSO WOOL, HIDES, TALLOW, SHEEPSKINS, GUM,1EIC Charles Hormann, ESSE* SOLE AGENCY IN WA for THORNLEY & Co^ ^ Horses and Cattle. Undoubtedly good stuff! Write to Ôharïes Hormann for Particulars Food for tTéstímonials _ INDIGESTION, : Conquered Again, ! Mr. S. A. PALMER, I Dear Sir,-I had been sn guest saferer ¡fain»-Indigestion for five or, mst years, with j headaches, giddiness, heavjy and oppressed : feehegs, added to these about eight months i ago severe pains seized erne- on' my legs from tba knee downwards, amt became a source ; of real agony to me, destroying my rest at . nights, and causing me «tony and trouble : during the day. After much pain and anxiety I called at yanr Adelaide office about four months ago, sad as the result de- cided to tay YITADATS0, and I took four bottles. It is now thsee months since I finished the last bottle,, and I am so pleased to say that the excruciating pain has en- t...

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TURF TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902

* 'I'UKF TÁTTIiB. j pf The A.J.C. Autumn meeting was brought - to a very successful conclusion yesterday* week, the only drawback to it being the' unfavorable weather, which was unfavorable ' - _ nothwithstand ing the faked racing introduc- er - tion in the "Daily Snooze second edeeshnn." ¥ Waieful eet the seal on her fame £ fey her victory in the AXC. Plate, which the brilliant daughter of Trenton WOT j j -; by haH a furlong." For many years no horse could be placed on the same pedestal as the j- ; mighty Carbine, but at last an equine heroine has been foaled entitled to the distinction of being coupled in the same breath as Musket's greatest son. i~ If the report that L. Cooper refused 2,000 guinea^, for Sir Leonard foe correct, then all we can say ia that he must have more money I . than sense. We are sure that if Mark Whitty was offered the same amount for Haymaker he would not hesitate 10 seconds about parting with him, and yet the son of The Cardinal gave Sir Leonard the "divi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902

DARLING RANGE QUARRIES, FIRE BRICK and GRAVEL COMPANY. Office No. 5, Moir's Chambers, Perth Telephone 428. FIREBRICKS, FIRECLAY, FIRE LUMPS, BURRS, BOILER SEAT- j INGSi LOCO. BLOCKS, l|tc. J We have beaten in tests the hest English , L and Scotch Firebrick, and vre Preprepared ?> W :*otest against any Firebrick or Fireclay in or coming in to this State, v WHITE BUILDING and COMMON BRICKS in STOCK. ; » Catalogues, Testa, and Prices on Applica- tion. THOMAS STATHAM,-Manager. Kalgoorlie Agent: E. Graham Price; Cae Agent: R. Hutchinson. "VENETIAN Blinds made to order and T painted in any color at W. ZimpePs Furniture Factory m Hay-street, Perth. W. ZimpeL, having been ésiabb"shed in Perth for over sixteen years, his success is -due to empkiymg - first-clao mechanics, - using only best material, and giving satis- faction in turning out only<first-class work ai lowest prices. Venetian Blinds supplied the trade at wholesale prices. JEWING MACHINES.- Ladies,-In Ö spec* fte ^w ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902

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