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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 July 1902
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TO DEAF PEOPLE. DEAFNESS, NOISES IN THE HEAD, [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 July 1902
' ? ? -i-.-r- . DEAFNESS, NOISES IN THE HEAD, &c, positively corea bj üAttusxis is AK j j LOTION This hew Remedy goes right to I the actual seat of the disease, add has effec- 3 ted such remarkable cores that the greatest hope ia held ont to ail Bufferers, no matter j how bad or long-standing, th« case may be. -Oms BOTTLE win. er/Ks any ordinary case, ; and will be sent securely packed and post- paid, with full directi 01 ;B and testimonials j upon receipt-ot 4s. 9d. Order dirsct from JAMBS BL HAHLEV, 23, Stockdale Boad, fl South Lambeth, London, ExorjUfD, A groi lrap aad a good horse are essential i to a good driva These can always be Secured at Tom Liiídsay's CKtcrion livery i «tablee, behind Criterion Hotel, Murray - street. The Criterion stables are a moX-l I of cleanliness and comfort, aiid boree« left . thnre in charge receive every comfort and ; attention. Influenza-not dangerous when pmperic ' treated. Kemain qnietiy at home and take Dean*« Influent* Mixture, «nd &am...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 July 1902
KENSINGTON PARK TURF CLUB. \ The Sleeting, which waar to have been held on MONDAY, JUNE 30, and which wa* postponed oo account of heavy weather, wff! be held - i - , . vwmm (iiOHDAy) JULY 7. laaW ïïdtefe Pree. yjMSàmmt-^Bmt^Jb», Pru^mred on toe, j [ CcninR. . .. I ASoafKsas -TO COURSE, is. [""'. EfGEDBUKS, Ss* EXTEA. '%sisW'sstè«^£e««« G^BXK ^tnxj Few. I * fcinfrav i between JAXKPSBBYMGàa*, 1* Victoria, ; ." ' ? . ' -Jiff ^ " OD.., T . . _Ji». sh * ? Iodise Lani A COMFORT A3$[M mà 3 ®h$Âm*Y RESIDENTIAL KT J HOTEk. THE "CLEO." is NOTED for the EXCELLENT QUALETX öfc the LIQÖOS SOLD. COMMERCIAL' TRAVELLERS' ASSOCIATOR HOUSE. ", ^ (To be Bagktaed «8 a Limited Liability Company). * CAPITAL': £25,000, in 100,000 SHA*RB» of 5a. EACH. PATABLË ONE SHILLING and THREEPENCE on APPLICATßDiN, ONE SHILLING and THREEPENCE on ALLOTMENT. PROVISIONAL DmECTOBSr ^ ^ ^ , J. L. NANSON. Esq., M-L.A.,&lt;Perth. , ' " f" - Or. E. J. HAFNES, Perth. ? - J. P. JOLLY, Esq. (Manager, Stewart Dawson and 0o...
THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 July 1902
THEY SAY That the shuffle of the political pack has given a poor poker hand to those in power. That the retention of Ratter Rason balances badly with James' six months old &nbsp; opinion of the poltroon. That his toleration of Black Goose George as Railway Rajah proclaims his jellyfishness. That Illingworth's incapacity was inven- ted to glorify Kingsmill by comparison. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; That the champion loyalist has turned up in a well-known Fremantle publican. That he sought to brand his baby with an &nbsp; aristocratic alias in thankfulness of the King's convalescence. &nbsp; That having held aloof from learning he mixed up His Majesty's moniker with his malady. &nbsp; That the parson refused to christen the kid Albert Edward Appendicitis Blank! &nbsp; That a notoriously ruffian J.P. of Perth &nbsp; takes trouble to get home on opponents. That the exalted brag inspects the police charge-sheet before the o...
INDIAN PRINCES. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 July 1902
INDIAN PRINCES. LONDON, SATURDAY. &nbsp; Last night the Indian Princes, who are in &nbsp; &nbsp; London for the Coronation, held a reception at the India Office. It was one of the most brilliant gatherings ever held in London. There were 3,000 guests present. The Prince and Princess of Wales attended on behalf of the King and Queen. &nbsp;
POLITICAL POT POURRI, JAMES-KINGSMILL COMBINE INCIDENTS IN ITS FORMATION. THE WEST PERTH ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 July 1902
POLITICAL POT POURRI. JAMES-KINGSMILL COMBIN INCIDENTS IN ITS FORMATION. THE WEST PERTH ELECTION. The death of Mr. Leake and the dismissal of Mr. Illingworth may relieve the new &nbsp; &nbsp; Cabinet of whatever blame may be attach- able to their political shortcomings, because the one is past human criticism and the other has paid the penalty of his misdoings, what- ever they were. The old Cabinet, however, must still bear the brunt of the new rail- way freights and the abomination of Mr. George's appointment, and no one knows it better than Mr. James and his colleagues. Had it not been for the George scandal and the new railway freights Mr. Holmes would have been one of Mr. James' colleagues to- day, and Mr. Rason would have been chew- ing the cud of good things gone. Mr. Hohnes, foreseeing what a load of obloquy the Ministry would be incurring by taking over the old Leake Cabinet demanded that the George appointment should be repudi- ated and the railway freights ...
CITIZENS' CO-OPERATIVE MEAT COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 July 1902
CITIZENS' CO-OPERATIVE MEAT COMPANY. In another column we publish the pros- pectus of the Citizens' Co-operative Meat Company. Capital £25,000, in 100,000 shares of 5s payable 1s 3d on applica- &nbsp; tion and 1s 3d on allotment. The amount asked from the public (£25,000) will be ample to enable the company to con- duct a very large business on the cash and short credit system, and as the capital can be turned over many times during the year, handsome dividends should be available for the shareholders. The sec- retary pro tem (Mr. J. B. Johnston) is well known throughout the colony as a suc- cessful and reliable business man. We are informed that already 5,000 shares have been applied for by leading citizens. It is the duty of everybody to take as many shares as they can afford in order to make &nbsp; the flotation of the company a success, and &nbsp; thereby reduce the present high price of &nbsp; meat.
CABLEGRAMS. CRICKET. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. THIRD TEST MATCH LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 July 1902
CABLEGRAMS. CRICKET. &nbsp; AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. &nbsp; THIRD TEST MATCH. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; LONDON, SATURDAY. &nbsp; &nbsp; With the score at 260 for six wickets, Armstrong and Hopkins resumed their very useful partnership. With 17 runs added, of which Hopkins had only scored one, Armstrong seemed puzzled by a delivery from Rhodes, and did not attempt to play the ball, but getting his leg in front de- parted l.b.w. 7—29—277. Kelly joined Hopkins, who was then 29, and when the latter had added 10 to his score and the same number to the total, the wicketkeeper was splendidly caught at cover-point by Hirst off Rhodes, 8—0—287. Trumble and Hopkins next became associated, but Rhodes scattered the Victorian's stumps with his second ball, 9-0-287. Saund- ders filled the vacant crease, but after making a single he too fell a victim to the unplayable Rhodes, the innings thus closing for 289, and...
THE KINGS ILLNESS. One Bulletin Daily. LONDON, SATURDAY, 6 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 July 1902
THE KING'S ILLNESS &nbsp; &nbsp; ONE BULLETIN DAILY. &nbsp; LONDON, SATURDAY, 6 a.m. The doctors have decided that in future they will only issue one bulletin daily as to the King's condition. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 10.30 a.m. The doctors issued the following bulletin this morning :—The King passed another excellent night. He is cheerful and much &nbsp; stronger. The doctors now consider that His &nbsp; Majèsty is quite out of danger. &nbsp; Queen Alexandra, looking much better, &nbsp; and showing scarcely a trace of anxiety, drove yesterday in Hyde Park. &nbsp;
MILLIONAIRES AND TRUSTS. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 July 1902
MILLIONAIRES AND TRUSTS. &nbsp; &nbsp; LONDON, SATURDAY. &nbsp; President Rooseveldt, speaking at Pitts- burg, urged that foresight and common &nbsp; sense should be employed in legislating to &nbsp; &nbsp; prevent the evils arising from the accumu- lation of great individual fortunes, more especially those of corporations. Both classes of fortunes, when rightly used, would &nbsp; be of immense benefit nationally, but rash or invidious legislation would shake the country to its foundations. &nbsp;
LATE SPORTING. GOLDFIELDS RACING BOULDER JULY MEETING. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 July 1902
LAT SPORTING. GOLDFIELDS RACING. BOULDER JULY MEETING. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. The Boulder Racing Club's July meeting was held to-day. There was a splendid attendance, and the going was perfect, while the field in most of the races were large. Kidman and Nicholas' stable, pre- &nbsp; sided over by J. Walsh, was responsible for the winners of the first four events. Details:— HURDLE RACE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Of 75 sovs. One mile and a half. J. Nicolas' Brayleigh, by Brasemose— Morna Lee, 10.10 (T. D'Earth)...1 White Star, 9.12 (Joe Trenoweth)...2 Sunbrown, 12.7 (H. Marshall)...3 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Remainder also ran. Betting: 6 to 4 each agst Brayleigh and White Star, 4 to 1 each Sunbrown and Remainder. Three longs from home Brayleigh drew away and won by eight lengths. White Star, who jumped badly throughout, was the same distance ahead of Sunbrown, and Remainder was a bad last. Time, 2.56 2-5. Dividend, £3 4s. A...
THE TWO CUPS. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 July 1902
THE TWO CUPS. &nbsp; MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. &nbsp; The weights issued this week for the big &nbsp; Spring handicaps are particularly interest- ing, because regarding the Caulfield Cup there is a new hand at the bellows. Formerly it was generally understood that Dakin and Vowles privately compared notes, but Dakin and Kelly Maitland, the new V.A.T.C.. handicapper, are not on speaking terms, so preliminary chats are out-of-the question. In the circumstances it is not surprising that the views of the weight adjusters regarding certain horses differ, though in few cases are they strik- ingly at variance. They agree in placing &nbsp; Wakeful and San Fran on the same mark at the top of the tree. Where they differ Dakin almost invariably gives higher &nbsp; weights, which is not surprising, for he is reputed to have a mortal fear of getting a good thing rung in on him. For instance, he gives the English horse Similar, in the same stable as Sir Foote, 7...
LATE SPORTING. LOCAL RACING. HELENA YALE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 July 1902
LATE SPORTING. LOCAL RACING. HELENA VALE MEETING. The Helena Vale July meeting took place yesterday. The weather was beautifully &nbsp; fine, and there was a good attendance. The &nbsp; &nbsp; racing was interesting, and the fields were larger than usual. Backers had a very bad time. The erratic Braganza was in a gal- loping humor in the Swan River Handicap, in which a field of 15 started. Cameron &nbsp; stumbled after going about 50 yards and came on to his nose, and though the horse kept on his feet young Ivory was thrown under the galloping horses' hoofs, and how he escaped being killed is a mystery. As it was he was uninjured. The stewards mut &nbsp; &nbsp; have been blind in the last race, otherwise they would have asked the strong-armed Jeffrey crowd to explain Fair Sex's run- ning. Details:— JUMPERS' FLAT RACE. &nbsp; Of 35 sovs. One mile. G. A. Towton's Shamrock, by Shamrock —Carrie, a., 8.0 (H. Townton) ...1 &n...
V.R.C. WINTER MEETING. GRAND NATIONAL HURDLE RACE. RAWDON RULES THE ROOST. SENSAATIONAL SOUL-STIRRING STRUGGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 July 1902
V.R.C. WINTER MEETING. GRAND NATIONAL HURDLE RACE. RAWDON RULES THE ROOST. &nbsp; &nbsp; SENSATIONAL SOUL-STIRRING STRUGGLE. &nbsp; MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. &nbsp; &nbsp; The V.R.C. Grand National Heating was begun to-day in splendid weather, and with the prospect of attractive sport there was an unusually large gathering at headquarters, and the course was in splendid order. The Maiden Hurdles, which opened the pro- ceedings, attracted a fair field. Speculation was voted a 7 to 4 chance, and he should have won easily, but just after rounding the turn Faunt lost his reins, and before he could recover and get them again Grenadier had slipped well on his way to the win- ning post. Backers got another facer in the Myross Handicap, for Runnymede, who started at 5 to 4, could not get a place, and the winner paid 8 to 1. The winner is a nice filly by Grafton—Helen. Now came the Grand National Hurdle Race, and with Holkar under a cloud the race was con- ...
LACROSSE. Banks Y. East Fremantle. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 July 1902
LACROSSE. &nbsp; Banks v. East Fremantle. &nbsp; The match between the above teams took place on Wellington Square yesterday after- &nbsp; noon, and resulted in a win for the former, the scores being 2 goals to nil. The &nbsp; goal-throwers for the Banks were Nanker- &nbsp; vis and Walker. &nbsp; Fremantle v. Perth:—This match resulted &nbsp; in a win for the former by 11 goals to nil.
HOMING. Dog and Poultry Show Race. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 July 1902
Dog and Poultry Show Race. &nbsp; A race in connection with the above show was flown from Kellerberrin, 112 milies air &nbsp; line, on Saturday, under the auspices of the Perth Homing Society's rules, with the &nbsp; following results:—G. Chambers' Trade &nbsp; &nbsp; Mark I. (averaging the velocity of 1,570 yds. &nbsp; per min ), 1 ; C. Cavanagh's Virgin and Venus (both 1,554 yds. per min.), 2; &nbsp; J. D. Boylson's Ajax IV. (1,362 yds. per min.), 3; G. Bandy's Rome Beauty (1,336 yds. per min. ), 4 ; E Thomas' Silver Thread &nbsp; (1,332 yds. per min.), 5. The following lofts were also represented:—H. Donovan, A.G. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; H ? mes.
SPORTING. RACING FIXTURES. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 July 1902
JULY. 9. Lawler's Amateur T.C. 9. 12. V.R.C. (Grand National Meeting) 9, 11. 19. Boulder R.C. Marble Bar R.C. 12. Canning Park R.C. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 12. Canterbury Park R.C. 12. Coolgardie R.C. 19. Helena Vale R.C. 19. V.A.T.C. (Caulfield). &nbsp; 19. Warwick Farm R.C. 19. South Australian Tattersall's Club. 23. Sandown Park R.C. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 26. Canning Park T C. 26. Moonee Valley T.C. &nbsp; 26. Rosehill R.C. 30. Epsom R.C. &nbsp;