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

Telephone Na 813 linder the Patronage *f H.R.H. the DUKE OF CORNWALL and YORK. Walls are Coming Down. Prices are Down Now. : ' OF ' WATCHES, JEWELLERY,. ELECTRO-PLATED & SILVER WARE, j FANCY GOODS, &c. ! PreTious to Extensive . Altération of Premises. 167 and 169 Barrack Street, PERTH, Being about to Alter and Enlarge their Shops and Factory, in Order- to Reduce Stock: and Make Roam, are Now Offering Every Description of Goods Comprised in Their Large and Assorted Stock at ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRIGE^ TO EFFECT A SPEEDY CLEARANCE. As the Contractors for the Alterations will Soon Start to Full Down, No Time* should be Lost in Taking Advantage of this SPECIAL OPPORTTJNITY io SECURE BARGAINS. CALL. LOOK at the PRICES. SATISFY TOÜKSELVES of the GENUINENESS of THIS SALE at

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

Special - Advertisements. Conflit and Launder, 1ASII0ÛBLR '-'.TII1ARS!' ttífm m MERCERS, . 442 Hay-Street, Perth. . Latest Selectionsoi New Season's Goods Just Opened. ALL KINDS OF HATS MADE TO ORDER. DRESS tJUITS A BPJÉGIALTY. CRYSTALCAFE RESTAURANT 867 BLAY-STSEBT, PEB.TH {Opposite the Bon Marché). T, DCW.^Proprletor. - A (Late of Albany). Select Ladies' Dining and Retiring Rooms Jost Added; also Smoking and Reading Room for Gentlemen.^ ALL M£ ALS, ls. Firstclass Beds and well-ventilated .Rooms from ls. 6d. to 2s. j pernigfat. V ?' . -w v The Crystal \3afe has no rivai in the City j for Cleanliness and Civility. Inspection Invited. TV ON AL D J, C HIP P ER, I 3J ;?'?;/? '3cnsaas¡^a^'-r[;\y^ Hay-streeJi^er^'-and atHaonsn V ' 'Street,' Kalgoorlie. The Moat TJp-to-Date Funeral Ifurnkhing Establishments In the. State. The Latest Designs in Wreaths, Dômes and Crosses always on hand at both establishments, *' mowers' MONEY ] rfltiLK MERCANTILE DIS COMPANY Make Advances anon EASY and MOD...

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

A TREATISE DH THE CURE 4F NERVE,BLOOD, ANO SUN DISEASES Ia order itfaafc snfierers from Blood ; Diseases,- rnaeascs of th© UrioaryOi^ana, Gleets and Discharges, Nervone Siebilh^ re salting- in Iiaet Vitality, Werikneas ol the Brain, .Poer Memory, Xoss of Energy and Melancholia, may be pamanent^r and «gpeedily<!ttred without the use of .the asnal hot dreads Mercury. That lamons and wost successful Herb/uíst. SenRaesmussen, nae prepared a Short- ffepatáse explaining j tile origin- and nature of these complaints, j and how to cure them., ThiB^EreafaBe, to- :l ¿ether with his Herbal Book, he will post in ptain «over to any addre», tree of charge, j Herr RBSsmn&ssn . has had over twenty ] years «speñonce, and be ¿launs: that the J Herbal ^Remedies hav««ured OTer One'Hun- i dred Thousand Sufferers-in feet, he holds ) that nnsaber of Testimonials from his cored I patrons. Hie Address is 4SI Hay-street, ( »Fth,wdn7^Higli«tree^£t«maatle. 1 THE CAMPBETJTJS ARE COMING-, «nd ...

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

'Auctions. TUESDAY JULY 15, AtS'pjizLi SALE OF A MAGSIPICEKT KE§& DENCE AT ÇLARBMONT- " BC, WOOD and CO. fcave-seoeivedm i strnetiöos to OESER'for 8ALE" afc I the Mechanics? Inatáfcato, Perth, on Toss- j dsy^ July 15;Tat3- p.m., That beautîfnl modern Residence- i . eently built br Mw. B- H. Barrett*. ?* containing d»wing*room,- dining* ? ra hall (tiled), nW-vary ños bedrooms, kitchen, pantries* laundry, taree bathrooms, 12ft. verandah Around the honssi windmill, water laid on to-. sculicsy, eta.;, eleotrjc beas-s sute? " moL :.-. . ?-.>;?... j The land comprises portion of Swan Loa 702, and contains 7"-acres-3 roods 87"perehes- j {dep. plan 190», vol CL3SXTSr.,.fofio ?). j Further particulars may be obtained from ; FÄNNY and HILL, SofacttOrs, kt.. Georg " Terrace, or from -the-Anctâoneers, s*????S Hay-street. .? -v.. _SALE at THREE PJMs SATURDAY, JULY 19 At 3 P.M. t On the Ground, Corner of. Rokeby-road and i ' i? Perth-street, close to Say-street, SUBIACO. In Order to Cl...

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

jAwmfa, "Weakness, an3 Cored try WBSBB&'S VITADATIO. CWliaaiÄSee Mr. WAIÄBBatMs - Address. .. SeptemW^aek, 1900. MrUS;. Av PALMER. ? M$ daugatety12 years of ag^hosuflered |* yea» fw» Anaemia, Weals^esB, and Debility. Iliadtwo leadnig.dbBfc ihg to-her woee one waa four ye*» of age, and1-tried; everything that Itfeeaght would 4o hen goody hat to no pnrppee" natil some men rh» ago » friend of mine whO'Was taking |?e>%er^BiaA2>A^ Ltaa^to-gjwe her the same ^medieaoey which I laidj:ann after a course of TOT ABATIO ich) It obtained from-: the Paddington _sney,. 387 Oxford-street) sn» gradually ; Unproved,, gained in weight, sans* got a good ;os*9trandi » now in the hast o&heatth. I »Kaad you. this testhnooial to make ase of as : jfgtíj^lua» for tiie benefit of othes», end will [give - furthas information ito any Season call ;ingia*.n^ address.-Yours fjaithsa MR. fl. WA Ibrivslherparticalsrs, \ S A. PAIMER, ' ? ^; H£&o«?kmcB: CLAKKHDOK rii-mi ,-? SOUTH MELBOURN...

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

I GUARANTEE TO CURE THE NERVES and THE BLOOD, Says HERR RASSMÜSSEN. TBE CELEBRATED DANISH HEB-1 BAUST, and NO GREATER TRUTH ! 'HAS EVER BEEN UTTERED, JUDG- ING FROM THE TESTIMONIALS HE HAS RECEIVED FROM OVER ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND NERVE AND BLOOD SUFFERERS, WHOM HIS AL FALINE REMEDIES HAVE RESTORED | TO PERMANENT HEALTH. THERE IS NO HUMBUG. When the REMEDY need iß HERR RASSMUBSEN*S ALFALINE BLOOD CURE FILLS 8«cce8S is certain, and a Core Permanent and Speedy in every case of CHRONIC BLOOD and SKIN DISEA- j SES, GLEETS, DISCHARGES, Etc., Etc-1 SpecW pówerful course, 43s. 6d.; ordinary coarse, 23s. 6d. Boxes, 12s. and 6s. NERVOUS DEBILITY, LOST VI- TALITY, and VARICOCELE Cured Per ? laman entlv hy taking tbs ALFALINE ^.pTALITY PILLS. Special powerful fonrse*, 43s. 6d.; ordinary coarse, 23s. 6d. -Saxes, 12B. and 6s. PILES-Either Blind, Bleeding External ¿or Internal, cored quickly and for ever hy iokinr the Celebrated ALFALINE PILE POWDERS. Boxes, 6s. LIVER and KIDNEY COMPLAINTS >md C...

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

& MACK Ti CC SPECIAL" SA/ JdOH^^ Sole Agents-MILNE £ CO., William Street, Perth. No. 10.1 Otenoran Whisky I No. 10 Tke PUREST MALT WEISZY Scotland Produces. WHISKY is Guaranteed the Sole Unblended Produce of tiie Ord Distillery Oomtmny. MOIR'S CHAMBERS,^ , . SOLE AGENT, , HE ROYAL S^ÄEOISWAN UMP The Edison and Swan United Electric light Company, limited, have the pleasure to announce that they haye received the honor of Appointment by Royal Warrant -as Purveyors ¡of Electric Lamps to HIS MAJESTY THE KING. ELECTRICAL ENGINEER AND CONTRACTOR, ! 127 MWRR-AY STREET, PERTH, , SOLE AGENT FOR EDISON AND SWAN; GABLES, DYNAMOS, LAMPS, and FITTINGS " IN STOCK Ranfcine's Vatwt ¥e<à Water Filter and grease Extractor. CAFE CECIIi, . : Baserneiit bf Fresh, Food and Ice Company's : New Premisest!Tvro Doors iront Bon Marcne. ; JSS&. E. E. 3SEB0PP® flats of Kalgoorlm) RECHERCHE LÜNCHEQNtand TEA BOOMS, the Ingest and ^lest in the City, ARB NOW OPEN-, HOT ANO COLO tDNCHEONS,...

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

BENNETT STREET. The above Magnificent Residential Sites, having frontages to Adelaide Terrace, Hay Street and Bennett Street, will be SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION on the Ground, at Comer of Hay and Bennett Streets, on SATURDAY, JULY 26th, at 3 p.m. Te/ms easy at Sale. , CHAS. SOMMEfeS, has been Savored with instructions from the Hon. W. _Gtf Brookman, MIX. to sell as above. DAIRY COWS, CALVËsI^LÂMBS, PIGS^-E¥ERY THURSDAY, at 2 PM. HORSES, VEHICLES, HARNESS-KVERS" TUESDAY, ll O'Clock A.M. PREMISES-STIRLING and PIER STS., Largest ol their kind in the Commonwealth. Stock Consígned by Rail should he Timed to Arrive on WEDNESDAY. I take Delivery : Perth Station, and will Pay Railage if required. W. B. GORDON, Stock Salesman. ESTABUSHED TS EEBXK ll YEiBS-[ . ????? "CYCLONE" GATES. MADE of STEEL TUBE FRAME with MESH of No. 13 GAL. WIRE WOVEN ON, THUS THOROUGHLY BRACING J the FRAME at ALL POINTS. CANT? SAG. CHEAPER THAN WOOD. ADJUSTABLE HINGES. SPRING CATCH. RABBIT PROOF. . ANY SIZE MADE. Send f ...

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

A Boon to Sufferers. " A WELIf KííOWN South* Australian I. J\. Starelreeper^nd Stock-dealer will i send'fuupaitMulaEBof the means ba finally [ adopted to obtain a cureof« oerioas «ase of Nierrooa and jE9iyàoàt 4)ehan>, Loee of; Vigar, Energy,; etc., the result of diso [ oedience to Nature's lava. ' After being the : [ victim of so-called SpechJistB, Seotoe Belt Vendora, etc, for years. I vant no money i (he continues), hot write matrieteonfibnce, ¿iring foll psrtrauats, and I wfllat once reply bo» «ÜB happy terait waa -.hwiglit s about. " , ,The above., remarkable advertiser : meat was mserted. «ix months in»* ayer three - hñndr^J»^^stralñui news- ; papers, bj Mr. ^ia^^cSfaeoak |f|g, S Al For the -benefit of aM bona^fide sufferers in W.A., advertiser has nude arrangements that a copy bf Mr. Kilian's letter to the sufferers of Aus- tralia can be obtained free of all charge, and m strict confidence, by : writing particulars W-B^^ Box 237, Post Office, Kalgoorlie. ?:??'"<...

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

TEL. 305. . -< TEL. 305. READY RECKONERS READY RECKONERS HAY and MURRAY STREETS, PERTH; EGAN-STREET, KALGOORLIE. The Qrîfjî"»* V"fl Only TCTrflrfrtrrT fn »jhiR HHiTOÎsTifT»^ T^fgnegB ' OUR BOOK on iSOW TO FURNISH WITH TASTE AND ECONOMY" IS WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD. BUT WE GIVE IT AWAY IF WRITTEN FOR. THREE-ROOMED HOUSE, FURNISHED COMPLETE, FOR £19 IQg. EACH ROOM-CONTAINING THE FOLLOWING FURNITURE : 'i> SITTING-ROOM. 1 Spririgrseated Upholstered Conch 6 Strong Cane-seated. Chairs 1 Cheffonier Safe 1 Dining Tapie 1 Table Coyer - Floorcloth'' . 1 Pair Lace Curtains with Poles 1 Blind Complete with Roller BEDROOM. 1 Double French Bedstead 1 Doable Wire. Mattress 1 Double Woollen Mattress 1 Double Woollen Bolster 2 Woollen Pillows . 1 Doable Pair White Blankets. 1 Counterpane 1 Pair Twill Sheets 2 Paw Cases 1 Chest Drawers 1 Tray Glass 1 Washstand with Towel Bail I Chair Square of Matting 1 Set Toilet Ware <6 pieces) 1 Pair Curtains with Pole complete 1 Blind com...

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BOOKS FOR COUNTRYREADERS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

BOOSTS roa - COUNTRYREADERS THE SUKDAYJTXMES will forward any bool in* the following list to any person on receipt of price and postage^ § Address all orders to the Manager of THE STTSDAY TIMES Office, Perth. Books not listed may be obtained on application : Timber Practical Forestry, by Curtis, Ss. od.; postage, 6d. ; HoppW Measurer (timber, stone, etc.), 2e.; postage, 6d. Stock Arutatage's Cattle Doctor, 21s.; postage, lsASd. - ' ? ' Hares'Stable Management, 15s.; postage, 9d. - Wm. Day's The Horse, 6s. ; postage, 9d. Modern Dogs (non-sporting division), by Lee, 12s. 6<L; postage, ls. The Sheep : Its External and Internal Organisation, 3s. 6cL; postage, 6d. Fruit Growing- . . Wickson's Californian Fruí ts, 13s. 6d.; postage, 6d. Crichton's Australian Fruit Guitarist (two vols.), 15s.; postage, ls. Agriculture McDonnell's Elements of Farming, 6s. postage, 6d. . Roofs AB.C. of Bee Culture, 7s. 6d.; postage, 6d. ?_.. . <.... Poultry and Birds The Australasian Po...

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BELLA HECKLER. AND THE REV. F. J. PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

BELLA HECKLER. AND THE REV. F. J. PRICE. The St. Albans Parishioners meeting demonstrates forcibly that there are no persons like parsons for passion. In the interests of the public, and in compassion for a helpless, if not a friendless girl, we published, on the 29th of December last, the account of her wrongs as told to her friends, and the summary way in which she was smuggled away to the lunatic asylum in consequence. Then we waited till her dis- missal from the asylum as a "recovered" patient, and when sufficient time had elapsed to warrant intrusion on her peace of mind we asked her if she still adhered to her story. She did, and we published it,   for if that story be true (and from the demeanor of the young lady and the testi- mony of her friends we cannot help but believe it), then it was Our Bounden Duty   to make it public or forever have our con- science accusing us of cowardice and   apathy. For doing this a meeting was con- vened ...

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CORONATION BANQUET. SPEECH BY BARON ONSLOW. Advocacy of Freetrade. Bonds of Empire. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

CORONATION BANQUET. SPEECH BY BARON ONSLOW. Advocacy of Freetrade. Bonds of Empire. LONDON, SATURDAY.   The Empire Coronation banquet held in   the Guild Hall, organised by the Colonial Institute, the Empire League, the Austra- lasian Colonial Clubs and the Australasian Chamber of Commerce, was a very repre- sentative gathering, among whom were Senators Ferguson, Harvey, Finlayson, and Sir John Forrest and the Agents-General. Mr. Seddon was absent, owing to the ill- ness of his wife. Lord Onslow, in the absence of Mr. Cham- berlain, proposed "The United Empire." Some, he said, predicted that the result of the Conference would be the downfall of Free trade and the re-establishment of Protection. He thought the results would be exactly the opposite. Englishmen were confirmed freetraders, and he suggested to the Conference that a little more Freetrade would tend to the Colonies' commercial ad- vancement. Continuing, he said the chief bond of union was the sea,...

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GAPE POLITICS. LONDON, SATURDAY, 6 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

CAPE POLITICS. LONDON, SATURDAY, 6 a.m.   Mr. Smartt, Minister of Works, speaking at Uitenhage, said that the Cape Assembly consisted of 33 progressives and 39 members of the Bond and seven donbtfuls. The Government refused to fill the vacan- cies. It was monstrous to expect such a Parlia- ment to pass bills dealing with sedition. The representation resolved itself into lots in favor of the suspension of the constitution.

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VOLCANIC DISTURBANCES. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

VOLCANIC DISTURBANCES. LONDON, SATURDAY.   Earthquake shocks preceded by three detonations from Mt. Soufrire occurred at St Vincent on Wednesday-night. Mt. Pelee was in fresh eruption on Thursday. The scientist is safe.

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RESERVOIR BURST. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

RESERVOIR BURST. LONDON, SATURDAY. The reservoir at Las Palmas, in Chili, burst and destroyed several houses. Thirty- five persons were drowned.

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

THEY SAY     That Geil's departure for the fields has dislocated the domesticity of a Highgate Hill home. That the holy humbug's methods fascinated the fiancee of a well-known a goods merchant. That under the influence of the mission she meandered to Kalgoorlie to save souls. That judging by her junkettings her own soul stands in need of succour. That the remittance man has been admitted to the Adelaide Terrace ping pong party. That a chance meeting with a mug enabled the impecunious Percy to liquidate the loan. That at a dinner at the Palace the stone- broke introduced the tug to "society" and   secured a "score" commission.   That having paid back to papa the racquet- and-ball Romeo is beamed upon benignly. That Black Goose George intends to give his one-time political supporters the softest snaps in the service. That special pains are being taken to weed   out the not-wanteds who denounced the scrap-iron iniquity. T...

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CABLEGRAMS. THE KING'S ILLNESS HIS RAPID RECOVERY. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

CABLEGRAMS. THE KING'S ILLNESS HIS RAPID RECOVERY. LONDON, SATURDAY. The doctors hope that the King will be   sufficiently recovered to be removed to his yacht on Tuesday. The progress to recovery has been more speedy and less compliciated than was originally anticipated. His excellent con- stitution has played a conspicuous part in bringing this about. If the progress is maintained the doctors are of the opinion that the Coronation can take place between the 8th and 12th of next month. The procession on the second day has been cancelled. Bulletins concerning the King's health will now only be published on alternate days.

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ADELAIDE INFANTICIDE. ACCUSED ACQUITTED. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

ADELAIDE INFANTICIDE. ACCUSED ACQUITTED. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. At the Gladstone Circuit Court, the trial of Alexander John Charles on a charge of murdering his infant daughter, Jane Brodie, was concluded. The trial extended over three days. The evidence of Brodie, a servant girl, 20 years of age, was that she went to Charles Green, grocer, at Fort Pirie, and he for monetary consideration agreed to relieve her distress. She visited his place afterwards and he treated her. Her child was born prematurely, and died. The defence was the total denial of the girl's statement. The jury, after a short retirement, found Charles not guilty on the ground that the evidence was insufficient. The police decided not to proceed against Charles on the charge of procuring abortion.

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CABLEGRAMS. CRICKET. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. MATCH AGAINST WORCESTER. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

CABLEGRAMS. CRICKET. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. MATCH AGAINST WORCESTER. LONDON, SATURDAY. The Worcester team having to face the set of 274 put up by the Australians resumed their innings with the unpromising record of one wicket for 5. The Worcester men, however, played up well, and succeeded in putting up 202 before they were all disposed of. The Australians in their second attempt lost five wickets for 169 runs. The following are the scores : AUSTBALIA. First Innings.       Duff, b Wilson . ... ... 90 Hopkins, c Gaukrodger, b Bird... 23   Hill, b Burrows ... 29       Noble, c R.E. Foster, b Bir... 56   Gregory, c Bowley, b Bird ... 10 Darling, b Bird ... 0     Armstrong, not out ... ... ... 23 Jones, b Bird . ... 30   Carter, b Bird ... . 1   Howell, b Burrows . ... 0 Saunders, b Burrows . ... 1   Sundries .......

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