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FROM DAY TO DAY. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 July 1898

FROM DAY TO DAY. ¡ (BY "VOX.") People down at Fremantle have not yet got over the remarks made by Mr. Piesse about the Fremantle Harbor Works, and I am still in receipt of a lot of correspondence on the subject from which I select the following: "The West Australian, in a leading article recently on the debate on the Address-in-Beply, said :-:* Nor can there be much doubt that, in common with all endeavours to carry out public works in a new country, whether at the hands of a contractor or by the Govern- ment, some money has been wasted. The best which can be said for Western Australia is that there is every reason to believe that less money has beer, needlessly spent to secure a given end than in any of the other Australian colonies.' This, of course, is meant as an apology for the wilful waste and extravagance of the servants of the people ; but it is certainly a very weak argument, and should not be allowed to pass as an excuse. I think ' the best which can be said ' of the condu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 July 1898

E. C. SHENTON <fe CO/S GREAT HALF-YEARLY CASH SALE NOW IN PROGRESS. Four Shillings in the £ Discount on All Lines not Already Reduced. CALL EARLY AND SECURE YOUR BARGAINS. B-A^Cr-A-IIsTS E"VEK,32" DEPARTMEIsTT DOORS OPEN AT 10 O'CLOCK. HAMAN'S ST., KALGOORLIE. Under Entirely New Management. The Principal Goldfields Hotel. WALLACE BROWNLOW, Proprietor. THE PLAIN TRUTH ! ! WALSH &. SON ARE BY FAR THE CHEAPEST STOREKEEPERS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA. All Oar Branches Worked on the Same System CASH ! VALUE ! CIVILITY ! FREMANTLE, KALGOORLIE, KANOWNA, and MENZIES. Enquire for LATEST PRICES. You all know ODS QUAMTT. MINERS' INSTITUTE. KANOWNA, IS now Fully Equipped with New Scenery, full sets, by Con. Berthold. Stage 16 x 18 (clear of wings). New Piano, 10s. extra. Sitting Accommodation for 400. Population over 10,000. TARIFF. First Night, JB4 ; each other night, £Z 10s. As Showroom for Travellers : Morning or Afternoon, Ids.; All Day, 25s. Sunday: Rational Concert, etc., JE3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 July 1898

CHARLES WATSON, (Late of Melbourne), TURF COMMISSION AGENT, 263 ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, PERTH, Is doing business Straight Out On V.R.C. GRAND NATION"AL STEEPLE Double and Straight Out On CAULFIELD & MELBOURNE CUPS Double on BRISBANE AND COMPLIMENTARY Helena Yale, July 16. 100 to 5. 100 to 5. 100 to 5. CW. can be seen personally at the above address between 9 a.m. and 10 p.m. each day. WEST AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY, POST OFFICE CHAMBEES, _ PERTH; EECEIVE Direct Telegraphic Re- sults immediately Horses Pass the Post in Each Event of all Im- portant Race Meetings held in W.A and adjoining colonies. IMPORTANT ! ! ! Y.R.C. GRAND NATIONAL MEET- ING, JULY 9, 13. and 16. These results will be wired direct from Flemington after each event, and arrangements can be made for re-trans- mission to goldfields clients of one or more events, or the whole meeting. Terms on application. Special Rates to Newspapers. PROMPTEST DESPATCH GUARANTEED. CHARLEY CUTHBERT, THE LEVIATHAN CASH BETTOR, and Fo...

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MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 July 1898

MELBOURNE CUP. The Clansman Amberite Spencer Trent Catspaw Elensive Wait-a-Bit Marusa War God Seka Thunder Queen Eleusinian * * A tip or two for next Saturday's ! Helena Yale races (Grant benefit meet- ! ing) :- 1 Brisbane Handicap.-Carrick or M. J. (which ever Alf. Shaw sends), 1 ; Thun- der, 3. Jumpers* Flat.-Commander or Re- gent, 1 ; Snapshot, 3. Selling Race.-Holly (if she is taking any) or Topsail. Westralia Handicap.-Duke of York, 1 ; Carrick, 2 ; Victory, 3. Complimentary Handicap.-Shapshot or Victory, 1 ; Clipper, 3. Pick the Trot yourself. Bear in mind the above anticipations were written before the acceptances. A numerously signed requisition by owners and trainers will be presented to the W.A.T.C. some time during the ensuing week. Country clubs have been of late endeavouring to reduce the number of race days in Perth, and it is felt by owners and trainers that in view of the great expense incurred by recent purchases and training and racing incidentals any reduction in ...

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OUR SO-CALLED PROTECTION. WHO PAYS THE PIPER? [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 July 1898

OUR SO-CALLED PRO- TECTION. WHO PAYS THE PIPER ? (BY "TRAVELLER.") "* uur tariff is the lowest in Aus- tralia," " the duty on flour only amounts to a farthing a loaf," says Sir John and the straight out and out Government organ. " It only amounts to 6d. per head of the population of the colony per week on agricultural products," says Sir J. Lee Steere. Every Govern- ment supporter, actuary, and expert have had their whack at it, and they all sing the same tune with a few very slight variations. And the figures well, I must admit that the bewildering mass furnished by the actuary a short tune ago failed to give me any idea as to the relative or average taxation per head in this as compared with any of the other Australian colonies. I could not understand what he was driving at in the column after column of figures he supplied for our edification or con- fusion, and I am not the only one who failed to derive any information from that source. Not being altogether con- vinced of the tru...

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ACTA DIURNA. C. J. Moran, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 July 1898

ACTA DIURNA. C. J. Moran, J.P. Bich finds continue at Kanowna. £714,477 was sent away during the year ending June 30, in money orders. Woman Suffrage is likely to he dis- cussed in the Assembly again shortly. The quarter's revenue shows a de- crease of £14,086. Happy Westralia. There is little doubt that the Feder- alists will have a big majority at the coming N.S.W. elections. The deficiency in the revenue, as compared with Sir John's estimate, is only £253,253. Sir John the financier ! Harry Levien's charges against Sleath and Ferguson have been busted up. This is not the first time Levien has made a fool of himself. A Parliamentary party, under the auspices of F. C. B. Vosper, and who will be the guests of the Municipal Council, will leave for Kanowna shortly.. Solomon, M.L.A., has very wisely ig- nored the anonymous attacks made on him. Some of the Government sup- porters would give their ears to have a seat as safe as Solomon's. A Chinaman named Ah Sin has been found suffering ...

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ALLEGED ILLEGAL PROCEEDINGS. JUSTICES' JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 July 1898

ALLEGED ILLEGAL PRO- CEEDINGS. JUSTICES' JUSTICE. I noticed a few days ago, in a copy of the West Australian, that you proposed, at a meeting of the. Legislative As- sembly, to propose to investigate the management of the houses of deten- tion, etc., in Western Australia, and as I see you are taking an interest, I have forwarded this letter to you to show you one of the methods they have in this part of Western Auttralia of driving young men to crime. I (John Oakley, aged 25 years) and my chum (Harold Ring, aged 19 years) have been working in the employment of Mr. Campbell, near Walebing, for the last six months, as farm labourers, at £2 per month. During that time we saved enough to purchase two new saddles from Mr. Smith, harness-maker, Perth, and hear- ing at Moora that two boundary riders were wanted at Nangate paddocks, near Minginew, we left our situations and took the train for Minginew. When we arrived, after paying our fare, we had about 11s. in our possession. We heard tha...

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OUR GRIEVANCE COLUMN. POLICE INCOMPETENCY. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 July 1898

OUR GRIEVANCE COLUMN. POLICE INCOMPETENCY. Sir,-Knowing that the columns of your impartial paper are open to every legitimate grievance, I beg a little space in justice to the character of the young man, George Lee, who was brought before the bench by two over officiouB constables, as one idle and disorderly, in order to show that he had no more right to have been brought to court on the aforesaid charge than Sir John Forrest would have of being pro- 1 secuted for the Visbord robbery. I should like to here mention that I am j personally acquainted with Lee and his people in England. They are an old English well-to-do family, respectable and respected, none of whom, to my knowledge, has ever been before a court, till two Perth constables, going rusty for a case, wrongfully brought George before the bench, but only succeeded in proving that the " great " case they had in charge which surely, if successful, would have gained them a stripe each-was as empty as their own heads. For the l...

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OLD TIME PRIZE RING BATTLES. No. III.—BEN CAUNT AND BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 July 1898

OLD TIME PRIZE RING BATTLES. No. III.—BEN CAUNT AND BENDIGO. On July 26, 1835, a fight took place in the Nottingham district between two youngsters, who, curiously enough, were both fated to develope into Champions of England. The meeting place was near Appleby House, on the Ashbourne Road, about 30 miles from Nottingham. Both men were natives of Nottinghamshire ; the elder one, William Thomson, who was known by the nickname of "Bendigo," from a   habit he had of bending his head as he went into the attack (Bend-as-I-go), hailing from the county town; while the younger, Benjamin Caunt, was a native of the village of Hucknall, where his parents had been tenants of the poet, Lord Byron—a fact of which the athlete was always intensely proud in after life. Previously to this fight, Bendigo, who seems to have been a quarrelsome, shifty sort of fellow, had fought no less than 10 pitched battles against local celebrities between October 1832, and January 1834. In every one of ...

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MANUFACTURED PUBLIC OPINION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 17 July 1898

MANUFACTURED PUBLIC OPINION. To THU EDITOR. - Sir,-I have no doubt you have read the article in to-day's issue of the West Australian under the heading " In Fre- mantle GaoL" To use a ready term, the writer is evidently anxious to " take the wind out of your sails," or, in other words, he is anxious to make the public believe that you are mis-informed. li what I have been told to-day is correct, this article is not a genuine record of actual experience, but, on the other hand, is the work of a man who was at . one tune a warder at Pentridge, Geelong, Melbourne, and Castlemaine prisons in Victoria. I knew the man myself very well,and to my certain knowledge I. was dismissed from the service for som' ¿ offence" or other, and I also know that ¡ he has tried very hard to gain employ- ment as a warder here. When I say he was dismissed from the service, I mean, : of course, ^iat he was dismissed from the serTO»;f-in Victoria. He was a wanler-a^^ach of tibe prisons I have mentionetpCor som...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 17 July 1898

WEI DEN BA CH'S GREAT MIDWINTER BARGAIN SALE NOW IN PROGRESS. THE GEBATEST SUCCESS OF THE TEAK. RECORD PRICES ! RECORD VISITORS !! RECORD TAKINGS!!! Drapery and Clothing at Prices Previously Unknown in W.A. Fresh Bargains Every Day. Send Post-card for a Bargain Book. DONT MISS THIS OPPORTTOITY. Country Orders Accompanied by Remittances Receive Prompt Attention. ONLY ADDRESS J. WEIDENBACH & CO., HAY STREET, PERTH. * Blessings of your heart, yon brew good ale."-SHAKESPEARE (Winter's Tale). When Exhausted Nature requires a. Gentle Stimulant, take SWAN BREWERY CELEBRATED ALE ©R STOUT. SWAN BREWERY, PERTH. ORBERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED To~ Offices: W.A. CHAMBER«, ST. GEORGE'S TEBBACE. Telephone No. 46. OLIVER'S Wholesale Clothing Co. William Street PERTH. 4 PATTERNS AND Self-Measurement Forms POSTED TO COUNTRY CUSTOMERS. TRY OUR Celebrated Suits, 50s Trousers, 14s 6d. ROWLEY & CO., ASSAYERS, ELECTRICAL Aim CONSULTING ENG-IKEERS. MINES SAMPLED. ASSAYS CHECKED. BULLION SMELTED. ...

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THE PREMIER AND CENTRALISATION. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 17 July 1898

THE PRF.MIEI^M& CEN» " I do not think lffiaflLtiiere is jjgfl^ and the centre or^hg^^TOnyjP^HS^' and Fremantle, ano^QPVPjfning radiates therefrom." This very re- markable confession was made by the Premier when proposing the toast of "The Commercial Interests of the the Colony " at a dinner held on Satur- day night in connection with the in- stallation of the electric light at Os- borne. The statement we have quoted amounts to a very candid admission that Western Australia should be governed in the interests of the centre, namely, Perth and Fre- mantle, from whence "everything radiates." The public, therefore, ac- cording to Sir John Forrest, have been labouring under a ridiculous delusion in giving these fields any credit what- soever for producing the gold that raised this colony to a position of affluence and progress. It is all a huge mistake to say that the gold came from these fields. It must have radiated from Perth and Fremantle. And the people of the goldfields are ...

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THEATRICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 17 July 1898

THEATRICAL NOTES. (Br "THE JOHNNIE.") Dave Oaston, Hubert and Gertie Hinton, and Johnny Coleman are re- garded as the greatest attractions at the Opera House (Melbourne) at present. Their West Australian season has evi- dently done them no harm, used as it was to a certain extent as a rehearsal ground. Caston picked up one of his best songs quite by accident at a second rate shop in Kalgoorlie, the last place in the world one would expect to pro- duce such a thing. * * * Miss Fattie Brown has been playing "A Bit of Old Chelsea" and "Sweet Nancy" at the Prineers', with unqualified, success. These pieces were first produced at the Court Theatre, London, with Miss Annie Hughes in the principal part. Both are adaptations, the. former being taken from Horley; Roberts' " King Billy, of Ballyarat/' the latter from Rhoda Broughton's novel. In " A Bit of Old Chelsea," two excellently-drawn characters (The Saint and Saucers) stand out prominently, and as a curtain-raiser the piece has few equ...

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A DEAD SURE THING. A RHYME OF THE RACECOURSE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 17 July 1898

A DEAD SURE THING. A RHYME OF THE RACECOURSE I met a man tbe other day that once I used to know, He'd altered since I met him last ; his step was weak and slow ; His forehead it was crossed with care, his eyes were sunk and red; "His band as if with palsy shook; he seemed, in fact, half dead. I asked him gently "how he was ; " he laughed like anything ; " Fve been stone broke, but NOW I'm right-I ve got a dead sure thing ! "Now, take the tip from me, old pal," my friend here whispered low ; " Don't put your stuff on any nag but mine-I ought to know. I ought to know, I think I ought ; Fve followed racing up, I've been to every meeting, and Fve witnessed ev'ry Cup. Fve lost the little bit I had, but now I laugh and sing, For, sure as eggs are eggs, old man, Fve got a dead sure thing. " A jock I know gave me the wink some little time ago, Fve pawned my ticker and my shirt to raise the funds you know, I pawned my wife's gold wedding-ring ; I've popped the furni-twre To put it on my fanc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 17 July 1898

(3| Miles from Perth Town Hall). MAGNIFICENT BUILDING LOTS ORCHARD BLOCKS. MARKET GARDEN AREAS. FROM 1 TO LO ACHES. SPLENDID BLACK SOIL. Go AND INSPECT POE YOURSELF. TERMS : 4s. in the £ Deposit; balance extending over TWO YEA BS. No INTEREST. Plans and particulars from LYALL HALL and CO., HAY-STREET. COLES, BELL & STOCK And SHAEEBEOKEBS. ISABELLA STREET, KANOWNA. I NEVER REFUSE A bona-fide application (from ¿5 to any amount) by any respectable person on FURNITURE, DEEDS, LIVE STOCK and any available security. Repayments to suit Borrowers. BILLS DISCOUNTED DAILY. R. Pickwortli, LEVI GREEN'S BUILDINGS, Corner HAY AND WILLIAM STS. HARALD ET CIE. Anatomical Ladies1 Tailors FROM REDFERN'S.. _ LONDON AND PARIS. 443 HAY STREET. (Opposite Shamrock Hotel) PERTH. ZZnJNTEJEVS KURANDA Paca Pam prait Saace, Is a Delicious Table Sance. Noted for its Parity, containing no animal matter, being made from the Paw Paw Fruit, which grows so pro 1 inca]ly in North Queensland. Paw Paw (Carica Pa...

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AN ODE TO PAROCHIALISM [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 17 July 1898

AN ODE TO PAROCHIALISM Kalgoorlie and Coolgardie towns In the bygone days now past. Did battle for the Menzies line, ? And did many stigmas cast Upon each other's motives, Renown and reputation, And claim to promising John, to be The mainstay of the nation. Kow, Coolgardie, like a much-wronged wife, Had talked of separation ; So John a punishment did mete ont Till she made reparation. Thus did Kalgoorlie get the sop, Amidst much jubilation, And poor Coolgardie drop't back To misery and stagnation. The Norseman railway cropping up Renewed this altercation, Kalgoorlie treating John with scorn Could have no expectation. Coolgardie, then, shall have this boon, John said with deliberation, So Morgans hopped across the floor 'Midst well-earned execration. Kalgoorlie then got very wroth, But still with affectation, Did much condole with Esperance And her annihilation. Think'st had Kalgoorlie copped the sop, And caused this desolation, Dos't think she'd weep on Esperance neck, And blubber r...

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A WORD WITH A MAN NAMED HALES. (From the Geraldton Express.) [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 17 July 1898

A WORD WITH A MAN NAMED HALES. (Prom the Geraldton Express.) In every walk of life there may be found a certain percentage of degraded creatures who are prepared to barter their principles, honour, soul and everything else for a valuable considera- tion, and journalism supplies about as large a proportion of these vermin as any other profession. One of the most notable instances of venality of this character is furnished in the person of a Coolgardie pressman named Hales, who usually writes under the cognomen of "Smiler/' The distinguished gentle- man aforesaid commenced his journal- istic career in Western Australia by editing and publishing, in the -city of deceased wild cats, a paper called the Coolgardie Review. The Review was a rabidly democratic sheet which could find no epithet too coarse to apply to Sir John Forrest. ; Unfortunately for democracy it did not \ stay even there. It was also an em- ] bodiment of buffoonery and black- | goardism. More than that-it was an j obscen...

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THE WEST AUSTRALIAN Sunday Times. SUNDAY, JULY 17, 1898. THE NEW GOLDFIELDS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 17 July 1898

THE WEST AUSTRALIAN SUNDAY, JULY 17, 1898. THE NEW GOLDFIELDS BILL. As yet there has not been time to do more than casually glance over the new Bill for the management and control of gold-mining recently laid on the table of the House by Mr. Lefroy. From what little consideration we have been abie to give it, it appears to be satisfactory in most repects. It is seldom indeed that this paper feels itself called upon to boland the Govern- ment, but it must be said that the new Bill appears to be an intelli- gent and hotest effort to solve the many problems which have of late presented themselves in con- nection with the legislation and administration of raining. An effort has been made not so mach to satisfy everyone as to deal ont even-handed justice to all, and while many of the details will, doubtless, upon close examination prove some. what objectionable, it most be confessed that the framers of the bill have done their best to attain this ideal, and have come within a measurable ...

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THE DRIVE OF THE WAVE HILL FATS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 17 July 1898

THE DRIVE OF THE WAVE - HILL PATS. Bx TELE " HOUGH AND READY EHTMEK." Stockwhips to right of them, Stockwhips to left of them, Stockwhips behind them, Hissed, cracked and thundered : Driven by whip and yell, Madly they rushed and fell ; Down thro' the limestone gorge, Drove like the gongs of Hell, Went the Ten Hundred. Drovers with stockwhip cracks, Drovers like maniacs, Some worse than Myall blacks, Drove those Ten Hundred. Was there a bullock stayed Behind in that mighty raid ? Aye, some their bones have laid Down where they blundered. Lamed on the basalt stones, There have they left their bones : Long could we hear their moans From the mob sundered. They made a gallant try, Instinct couldn't tell them why They had to go or die : Poor, dumb Ten Hundred. And when rumour's tongue will tell Of Redwater, too, as well, How will the squatters yell, " Damn those Ten Hundred." What then will be their fate ? Dying at the present rate : Methinks 'twill be dingo bait : Alas, the Ten Hundred....

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JOURNEYMEN BUTCHERS. KEEP AWAY PROM THE GOLDFIELDS. REDUCING WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 17 July 1898

JOURNEYMEN BUTCHERS. KEEP AWAY PROM THE GOLD- FIELDS. REDUCING WAGES. Another phase in the operations of the meat ring of W.A. has come to light this week. Not being content with the enormous profit made by having a monopoly of the meat trade of the colony, one of the principal firms on the fields has intimated to their em ployees that they must accept a reduc- * tion of 10s. a week in their wages, or go. SIX MEN IMMEDIATELY AFFECTED. This was on Tuesday, and the men were given until Saturday to come to a decision. The reductions affect six men only so far, but it is well known that if the men accepted the offer all the wholesale firms would quickly adopt the same scale. COOLGAKDIB'S UNEMPLOYED. So far the men are determined to leave rather than accept the reduction. The monopolists declare that they can get dozens of men in Coolgardie willing to accept the wages offered, and one of these was yesterday driving a cart on the rounds of Kalgoorlie and Boulder, and, of course, got a rat...

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