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NOT WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

NOT WANTED, BY DRYBLOWER   [Extract from letter written by one of   Kalgoorlie's best known and most reliable   business men, now in South Africa : "Tell   all coming here to avoid saying they're Aus-   tralians. The name stinks in the nostrils. Several Cape Town hotels absolutely refuse   to put Australians up, the contingents'     capers alone being responsible for this." The day this letter reached Westralia a London cable also arrived, saying that "large numbers of Australians, who fought in the war are hopelessly stranded in Cape Town and are clamoring at the Government for ior food and shelter."] A warning to   might-be warriors :—   When the final fowl is stolen and the last     piano's burned,         Whan o'er a heap of ash the women weep,   Climb aboard th...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A SONG OF SIN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

A SONG OF SIN. Oh, I am a priest of Satan and Sin, The butt of the weekly Press, Tho' all of the statements made therein Are truthful, I must confess.   Who laughs the last, they say, laughs best, But I'm chuckling all the time, And a pressman's pars but add a zest To my mission of sin and slime. Let others preach of the widow's mite, But give me the widow's all, For her brass finds favor in my sight, And I collar it—great or email ! She came to me for the price of a bone. And left me her deeds of ground ; Well, I sold the land to repay the loan—   That's business strict and sound.   What odds when I bid for Coolgardie land   That I bluffed them off with a lie! 'Twas all for the Church—you understand—   So the others they bid not high. And, as for the shanties I owned up there,   They flourished on holy ground—   'Twas better than having them built else-   where, Too far from my n...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
For the Farmers. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. "Paint" (Abbotts).—1. Rings no good. Get indelible ink, and mark titree centre feathers under the wing and close to flesh. 2. Yes; result mongrels, but very good layers probably. 3. We sent our washing to the Chinaman, so cannot give you the secret. 4. Mix few drops of kerosene with oil and rub into head with finger. RURAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. "Paint" (Abbotts).—Rings no good. Get indelible ink, and mark three centre feathers under the wing and close to flesh.   2. Yes; result mongrels, but very good layers probably. 3. We sent our wash- ing to the Chinaman, so cannot give you   the secret. 4. Mix few drops of kerosene with oil and rub into head with finger. RURAL TOPICS. Plough the land deeply.     Shallow ploughing is too often practiced. A good farmer can raise most of his household requirement the farm. It is to be regretted that this practice is not universal. Were it so, results would be better. The value of ensilage as a fodder for dairy cows cannot be over-estimated, and every farmer should possess a silo. The date palm should find a place on every farm in the Northern district of the State. An eastern aspect is snubed for its culture.           In parts of the South-Weste...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
COMING! [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

Something good, valuable in the house- hold. Men, women, and children like it.   It will cause peace to reign in the house- hold. Make inquiries, it will cost you nothing. Call at Mr. S. Kymus' Chemist Shop, Hay-street, Perth, and procure a free sample bottle of Cobbins' Syrup of Eucalyp- tus and Wild Cherry for coughs and colds, on Monday, Julu 16.       Kelly and Company are selling gent's   light calf boots at 10s. a pair. The best value in Australia. Dr. Hager's Headache Cure, a new remedy for sick, billious and nervous headache, can be procured at the Apothecaries establish- ments. Keep on smiling. Use "Doxo" on your hair and you will look nice."       Fancy bread bake at "The Alexandra," Barrack-street. "Highly protected" by its excellence—Hughes and Doheny Baking Powder.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
About Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

About Pigs.         Mildly sour food for pigs is all right. But     when the house slops in the swell barrell   have turned to ascetic acid or vinegar the   matter of sourness is carried too far. Soured   skim milk or buttermilk is excellent for   pigs when mixed with ground grain of some sort, but when it is put into that oversoured   swill barrel it soon becomes like the rest of the mass, and such food causes looseness of the bowels and disturbs the digestive organs in many ways. Where maize or maize meal is the exclusive grain food, properly soured slops may be fed with advantage, but when it has reached the vinegar stage it has lost its ability to make fat or growth. It is a good plan when feeding whole grain and slop to give the slop first, and then a course of the whole grain at the same meal.     &nbsp...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Poultry Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

Poultry Notes.   To keep ap a standard it is necessary to improve. The wise poultry-keeper adds fresh stock every year.. When improvement is systematised it becomes a fixed habit.     Young chickens should be left with the hen till well feathered. Later in the season when the nights are warm they may be weaned earlier.       I commence feeding yoong chickens (says a poultry keeper) on oatmeal and bread and milk, and feed this for one or two weeks, then give soft food, composed of bran and cracked corn twice a day, with oats in the evening. For the first two weeks I feed six or seven times a day; after that three times a day until the chicks are six weeks   old, and then twice a day till grown.   Fattening Cockerels.—Separate them     early from the pullets and give them the range of a large yard and clean, airy quar-   ters. Ground barley. or...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
How to Grow Cabbage. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

How to Grow Cabbages. A writer in the "Southern Cultivator," U.S.A., gives the following as the best method for growing cabbage, and how to preserve them through the winter, destroy insects, &c.:—The first thing to be looked after in the cultivation of cabbage is the seed bed. The best plan is to burn a brush pile   of any hard wood, pulverise the ground to a depth of 4in., rake the surface well. Sow your seed, and then rake well again. Lay something on two sides of the bed, say 4in. thick. Throw on a few sticks in order to keep the brush off the bed. Now throw on enough leafless brush to keep half the sun- shine off, then put on enough water to dampen the bed nicely, and sprinkle the seed bed every eveninig until the seeds come up. After the plants get a good start re-   move the brush gradually until it is all off. In the meantime don't let your plants die for lack of water. Don't forget to look   sharp for the cabbage worm, and if it...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

"Coolgardie."—Letter posted to address given. "E.B.D." (Arrino), —Get the local M.L.A. to bring your case before Parliament. You certainly deserve compensation. Subsriber.—The population of Ballarat on the 31st March, 1901, was 25,499; Fre- mantle, 14,704. In neither case are the   suburbs included.     W.E.A. Harvey.—We appreciate your kind remarks.     "Sufferer."—Received. "One who worked there."—Call upon the editor on Wednesday or Thursday next. "Sawdust."—The correspondence must ter- minate, but will make inquiries and prob-   ably publish next issue.   "Bunburt."—Send name, not for publication but as a guarantee of good faith. ''Midland Junction."—Held over.   Howard.—Many thanks. "Monday Why."—Matter will be used. D. McMasters.—No room this week.   "Farmer."—Held over.   "A New Arrival."—Your letter will appear in a future issue.   &a...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MOLLOY AND THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

MOLLOY AND THE LADIES. "Fair Play" writes:—An advertisement appearing in the W.A. Record of the 5th   inst., re Mr. Molloy's candidature, says— "Vote for Mr. Molloy because be pleads in favor of the working class having justice." As a J.P. should he not favor all classes having justice? But as he has singled out   the working class the following case may be of interest. When the Theatre Royal first opened, some five years ago, a lady with good recommendations from Victoria was engaged by the lessee, Mr. G. Jones, to take charge of certain duties, among them being the care of the ladies' cloack room. These duties were fulfilled by her faithfully for   four years and nine months without a com- plaint ever being laid against her; but on   the contrary, she has excellent references from some of the leading managers, among them being Mr. H. Bracy, Mr. R. Brough, and Mr. H. Ashton. Some few months ago   an argument arose bet...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MONGERS OF MEAT. PLUNDER IN PROVISIONING. COERCION OF BOYCOTTING COMBINES HOW FOOD FIRMS FLEECE THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

MONGERS OF MEAT. PLUNDER IN PROVISIONING. COERCION OF BOYCOTTING COMBINES HOW FOOD FIRMS FLEECE THE PUBLIC. The following clipping from the Kalgoorlie   Sun of a recent issue will show the gravity of the subject we deal with in the present article:—"The notorious Perth Ice Com- pany are making a desperate effort to keep   up the price of fish on the fields. A whole- sale firm at Kalgoorlie, who get their fish from Albany and were selling it to retailers     at 6d. per lb., recently reduced the price to 5d. Thereupon the local agents of the P.I.C. promptly refused to supply either the firm or its customers with ice, unless the old rate was reverted to. The consequence, of course, was that a quantity of fish went bad on the firm's hands before it was pos- sible to arrange for a regular supply of ice from another quarter. With the meat rings and fish rings the community, besides being   the most heavily taxed in Australia...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SELECTING AND WORKING A FARM ON MIXED LINES. A FEW HINTS TO BEGINNERS. Questions To Ask Oneself. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

SELECTING AND WORKING A FARM ON MIXED LINES. A FEW HINTS TO BEGINNERS. Questions To Ask Oneself. BY "OLD HAND."   The primary idea in taking up virgin land should be on what basis it is to be run and what special lines the selector has the grea- test predilection for himself, and what lines he would be most likely to be successful in ? Success is seldom attained if the person has no interest in the vocation, whereas if they have a hobby for any special line, with time and experience it mostly proves successful. Points to be Considered. Not to take up a larger area of land than you have money properly to work. Select such land as you think best adapted for the particularities you wish to work. But if you have the land, then the stock must be selected that is fittest for the purpose you are aiming at—whether for fattening or breeding, or both—the particular breeds. The country most adapted must also be considered, and in growing crops the selection of the particular lines...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WEST AUSTRALIAN CRASSES THEIR ECONOMICAL USES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

WEST AUSTRALIAN GRASSES THEHî ECONOMICAL USES. BY FRED TURNER, F.L.S., F.R.H.S., ETC. There are about 360 species of grass in-   digenous to Australia, and they are fairly well distributed over the continent. Of the total recorded, 119 species, arranged under 49 genera, are found in Western Aus- tralia. All these, of course, are not good forage plants, but amongst the most valu- able and nutritious from a pastoral point of view the following may be taken as ex- amples. Six species of Andropopgon, in- cluding the famous "blue" and other excel- lent grasses. Three of Anthisiria, which are commonly known as the ''kangaroo," "tall oat" (this yields a good-sized grain), and "landsborough" grasses respectively. Three of Chloris, including the "star" or "windmill" and "spider" grasses. Five of Danthonia, including the wide and favor- ably known "wallaby" grass. All the   species of this genus have a high reputa- tion as forage for stock. Two of Diplachne, orte of ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A GROWING INDUSTRY. E. AND J. MYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

A GROWING INDUSTRY. E. AND J. MYERS.   A representative of this journal paid a visit of inspection recently to the condiment manufactory of Messrs. E. and J. Myers, of James-street. It is in a two-storied building, and though only established five years, the firm has by its products earned a name for itself. The principal drawback the firm had to contend against when in its infancy was the want of the the raw material for manufacturing purposes,   but this appears to have been got over, and at present the firm are amongst the largest purchasers of vegetables, etc., in the State, and what cannot be obtained of local growth is imported, though there is hope that in the near future the whole of the requirements in the shape of raw vegetable material will be grown here. The building itself is of brick construction, commodious, and so ap- portioned that all space is economised. The lower storey is used for manufac- turing purporses, labelling, office and storie ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LOCAL COURT RUSHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

LOCAL COURT RUSHTON. "Democrat" writes:—Your former       correspondents have dealt with Mr. John Rushton as he deserves. He has been unmasked, and it is high time he was. He is arrogant and imperti- nent, nay, incapable. At Carnarvon, it would, appear, he turned dog on bis master, the late Reverend Gribble, and proved himself "a Judas." This everyone will admit. He may learn something of himself if he consults the files in the audit office and the books from Esperance. Poor Pombart now appears as another victim of "Judas" Rushton. He cowardly attacked Pombart when ill in bed and under medical treatment ; wrote con- fidential reports against him, and found, strange to say, another officer in the same department to lend him a hand to dishearten a respectable man and his family, and he succeeded in getting their daily bread removed from them. The case of Mr. Pombart ex- cites the interest of every conscientious man in W.A. With all respect and sy...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STIRLING ESTATE. IS IT WOHTJLESS? [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

THE STIRLING ESTATE. IS IT WORTHLESS? "Bantam" writes:—Will you allow   me, through your valuable paper, to answer Mr. W. H. Lang? In the   first place, in commenting on the meet- ing which took place in Bunbury to force the Government to purchase the Stirling Estate, I did not wish to dis- parage him for being a t'othersider, but because I did not think he was of sufficient standing to know by practical experience the capabilities of the soils, here in the North-West. I see that Mr. W. H. Lang is quite at sea when he asks if I remember telling the owners that the property was worth £50,000. Now, how will his following paragraph coincide with the above? He says : "Now I am prepared to say that he has stated more than once if the estate was ever cut up for sale, he would have some of it if money would   buy it. Should he lose the game he is ready to Grab for Speculation only." Rather inconsistent. Both these inferences I deny in toto, not knowin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BELLA RECELAR SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

BELLA HECKLAR SCANDAL. Helen McIntosh writes : "With refe- rence to your remarks in your issue of June 29, re the case of Bella Heck- lar, I say, sir, it is the duty of every mother in this misguided, ill-governed State to thank you for the way you have followed this unfortunate girl's case up. When physicians of soul and body are dead to the sense of jus- tice and shame, it is well for the wronged that there is yet one in all the community that will place the wrongs fearlessly before the people. Has it never occurred to any of your readers that we are fast dying of that fearful disease apathy, while the wrongs of our daughters, sisters, and orphan brothers are crying to heaven for justice ? We have plenty of a one-sided law, but little real justice. But the golden rule of Groperland reads "Get on, no matter how; sink   everybodv else, swim I must." To quote from Ruskin : "Let the weak do as they can and the wicked as they will." And I fearlessly say, as a mother, that ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
RAILWAY REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

RAILWAY REFORM. "Citizen" writes: Might I suggest to the Railway Commissioner, throngh your columns, the utility and fairness of at once putting a stop to the prac- tice of granting railway officials dur- ing their holidays free passes both for themselves and their wives and families over the railways? The prac-   tice abolished, the earnings of the railways would certainly be consider- ably augmented. Besides, the system is wrong in principle. To be con- sistent, the Government ought to allow the post and telegraph officials to send their letters and telegrams free; the Government store officials, their stores free ; and so on in each department. Why should "A," receiving £100 per year in the Railway Department, re- ceive privileges equivalent to money that are denied "B" getting the same   salary and working for the same boss but who is engaged in some other depart- ment ? The system is, in my opinion, altogether wrong in principle, and, in addition, lead...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FOOTBALL THE AUSTRALIAN GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

FOOTBALL THE AUSTRALIAN GAME.   The premiership contests were advanced another stage yesterday, when Perth de-   feated East Fremantle, North Fremantle defeated South Fremantle, and West Perth   won from Subiaco. The results place North Fremantle on percentages on the top of the premiership list.          

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PERTH v. EAST FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

PERTH V. EAST FREMANTLE.       Strong teams from both the above clubs took the field yesterday in the match which   was played on the association ground. Fraser was the umpire. Phillips, the Perth     captain, won the toss from Chadwick, and   elected to kick to the eastern goal. On the bounce Easts rushed forward and       scored a behind. Easts had the best of the   deal for a time, out no scoring was done. The umpire was very strict, and repeatedly   acts of rough play were penalised. A good rally, in which Crase, Clarke, and others figured, enabled Ed. Cherry to get a free kick. He passed to Phillips, who with a nice place kick scored the first goal to Perth. Perths swooped down again, and between Light, Ogborne, aud Clarke the ball was sent well up, where Edmondson had an easy chance, and scored the second goal. Cherry had c...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
North Fremantle v. South Fremantle. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 July 1902

On the North Fremantle Oval yesterday   afternoon the home team met South Fre- mantle. With a slight breeze in their favor, South opened strongly on the aggressive, and   within a few minutes of the commencement of hostilities had a goal registered to their credit through the medium of Riley, who received from Hodge. Scarcely had they   got going again when Hodge, from centre,     executed a fine kick, and Fitzpatrick, marking within easy range in fine style, punted the red and whites second goal. Miller ultimately relieved the tension,     and though hard pressed got away along the south wing with the ball. North were hard defending when Richards from the ruck punted what seemed like a goal for the red-and-white, but only a minor point was scored, and which was repeated by Morton and Richards. Mitchell was given an opportunity but went wide of the goal. North worked the sphere round the stand...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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