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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902
Special Advertisements. Condit and Launder, FASHIOMBLE TÀlMBS, . 412 Hay-Street, Perth. . latest Selections of Mew Season's .Goods Just Opened. ALL KINDS OP HATS MADE TO ORDER. DRESS SUETS A SPECIALTY. DONALD J. CHIPPER, UNDERTAKER, Hay-street, Perth, and at Hannan street, Kalgoorlie. The Moat Up-to-Dato Fanerai Furnishing Establishments in the State. The Latest Designs in Wreaths, Domes and Crosses always on hand at both establishments. CHARLES COULSON, Undertaker, 108 James-street. FUNERALS Supplied and Conducted at Moderate Charges. Telephone 422. Crystal Cafe Restaurant 887 HAY-STRBBT, PERTH (Opposite the Bon Marché). T. OEVti Proprietor* (Late of Albany). Railway -Men, Remember your Friend during the late. Strike, and Patronise tho Maa who stuck to you. , ALL MEALS, le. First-class Beds and weU-ventilated Rooina from ls. od. to 2s. per night. ' , The Crystal Cafe has no rival in the City for Cleanliness and Civility. -Inspection Invited. THE PAPER FOR ADVERTISERS ls tue Paper t...
THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902
THEY SAY &nbsp; That "Democratic" Leake has altered &nbsp; hugely since he "borrowed a pipe of backer" &nbsp; from a railway striker. &nbsp; That last week this mushroom autocrat &nbsp; ordered a special carriage to ride from Fre- &nbsp; mantle to Perth. &nbsp; That a crowded train was kept waiting &nbsp; &nbsp; while the special Pullman was shunted out &nbsp; and attached thereto. &nbsp; That this was done with the full know- &nbsp; ledge that Sir Arthur Lawley rode in the &nbsp; same train as an ordinary passenger! &nbsp; &nbsp; That Cook's chateau on Mt. Eliza is used &nbsp; for other purposes than a common obser- &nbsp; vatory. &nbsp; That the weather-wizard is now conduct- &nbsp; ing a high-class boarding-house therein. &nbsp; That the rate-paying public now wait on &nbsp; the door-mat till the "paying guests" ha...
ELECTORAL CHANGES. REDUCTION OF MEMBERS. ILLINGWORTH AFFECTED. REDISTRIBUTION OF SEATS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902
ELECTORAL CHANGES. REDUCTION OF MEMBERS ILLINGWORTH AFFECTED REDISTRIBUTION OF SEATS BILL. After the perpetual goading Mr. Leake has received, he has at last put him- self in harness with the Cabinet to drag out of chaos the long and loudly promised Re- distribution of Seats Bill. During the week, at a meeting of the Ministerial team, it was decided that the Bill should be pre- pared and got ready for the consideration, of Parliament when it meets. It is true that this gives little time for preparatory &nbsp; work, and as a consequence we may expect that the Bill will receive the severest criticism, especially at the hands of those members whose constituencies will be affected by the proposed changes. The pro- cess of preparation as far as it has gone appears to be of the rough and ready kind, and the redistribution has been achieved by the simple method in some instances of lumping two constituencies together. Thus, York and Beverley, instead of returning a member each--Mes...
PETS OF FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902
PETS OF FREMANTLE. The illustrated page of "Little Pets of Perth" in our pictorial supplement ot March 30, has given such general satisfaction, and received so much appreciation from the mothers of the metropolis, that we have determined to extend a similar opportunity to the mothers of Fremantle, and, conse- quently, our artist has been instructed to prepare a page of these little pets for a future issue. We shall be pleased and grateful, therefore, to receive from the Fre- &nbsp; mantle mothers the portraits of their little ones, which will be included, free of all cost, in a neat design which will be a lasting remembrance of the tiny pets and their companions. As we are anxious to issue this page of our supplement at an early date will our lady readers kindly forward to us these portraits of Fremantle children before the 30th of April. We would draw attention to the illus- trated advertisement in our supplement of Messrs. Levinson and Sons, manufacturing &nbsp; je...
CABLEGRAMS. TRANSVAAL WAR. FICHT TO TBE FINISH. PMPAROTIS OF THE WAR OFFICE. More Troops for South Africa.. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902
CABLEGRAMS. TRANSVAAL WAR. FICHT TO THE FINISH. PREPARATIONS OF THE WAR OFFICE. More Troops for South Africa. &nbsp; LONDON. SATURDAY. The War Office announces that a thousand guards were inspected yesterday. These are to constitute the first instalment of the fresh force which is to proceed to South Africa for the winter campaign. The War Office further states that more will be following, and that the further ar- rangements will commence next week. The Infantry drafts will number 7,000, the Artillery 1,000, the Yeomanry 7,000, and the Colonials 5,000. The transport arrangements have been completed. The last of the Militia sent to South Africa in 1900 will be withdrawn before the month of May. .
PROSPECTS OF PEACE Cabinet Summoned. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902
PROSPECTS OF PEACE &nbsp; ____ &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; LONDON, SATURDAY. The Cabinet was specially summoned to- day. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; [This is supposed to be in consequence of the negotiations now proceeding at Klerks- dorp between the Boer leaders as to the prospects of an early cessation of hostili- ties. During yesterday the cables gave hopes of a speedy declaration of peace, but our later messages from London scarcely &nbsp; bear out the rumors that became current.]
TWEEBOSCH DISASTER. LORD METHUEN'S REPORT. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902
TWEEBOSCH DISASTER. LORD METHUEN'S REPORT. LONDON, SATURDAY.. Lord Methuen's report of the recent disaster at Tweebosch, wherein he himself was captured (and afterwards released) by Delarey, states that prior to the disaster there had been sniping during the day, The 86th regiment was in the rear and out of hand, and without ammunition, discipline, officers, and non-commissioned officers. They were uninstructed and inexperienced. In consequence, the Yeomanry placed themselves on the van. The rout, began with these Africander &nbsp; levies in the rear. _____ &nbsp;
THE FOURTH JUDGE. MR. MOORHEAD APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902
THE FOURTH JUDGE. MR. MOORHEAD APPOINTED &nbsp; ___ &nbsp; The appointment of Mr. F. W. Moorhead, K.C., as the fourth judge has given con- siderable satisfaction in legal circles. In political circles, however, it has created but little surprise. It is several weeks ago now, since we announced the likelihood of Mr. Moorhead's elevation to the bench. We did so at the time that we mentioned the certainty of Mr. Sayer's appointment. And yet what THE SUNDAY TIMES then published as imminent possibilities the' daily Press during the week have circulated as the un- expected and as a species of revelation. There were only two in the running with Mr. Moorhead, and these two were Mr. Leake himself and ex-Judge Pennefather. &nbsp; Mr. Leake saw that public opinion ran high against his own elevation, and as to Mr. Pennefather the public were sounded per medium of the West Australian, and the response was only apathy. The choice, &nbsp; therefore, as was long sinc...
PERTH MERCANTILE CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902
PERTH MERCANTILE CRICKET &nbsp; &nbsp; The match between Coombe, Wood and Co. and the Morning Herald on Sterling Estate yesterday attracted several hundred spectators. The timber men. had the score &nbsp; &nbsp; of 151 set them on the previous Saturday. Metcalf and Prain opened, but both were clean bowled in the first two overs. De- laney and O'Brien made a stand and brought &nbsp; 60 up, when Kneebone secured the former's wichet for 24, and O'Brien was stumped off &nbsp; the same bowler fora well-played 48. Harry &nbsp; Wynne made a good stand, and his 29 was the best innings for his side. Amid con- siderable excitement and much "barrack," &nbsp; Paskett bowled the last wicket when 15 runs were wanted to win. O'Donnell, Pas- &nbsp; &nbsp; kett and Kneebone divided the wickets. &nbsp; It is announced that owing to Mr. H. Clarke retiring from business, the sale of his large stock of Scotch whiskey...
LATE TELEGRAMS. HEALTH BOARDS IN CONFLICT. LOCAL AND CENTRAL. TROUBLE OVER DR.SWANSTON'S POSITION. EALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902
LATE TELGRAMS. ======== &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; HEALTH BOARDS IN CONFLICT LOCH AND CENTRAL. TROUBLE OVER DR. SWANSON'S POSITION. &nbsp; &nbsp; KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY There is great indignation in Kalgoorlie and Boulder at the persistent refusal of the Central Board of Health to sanction the appointment Dr. Swanston as the health officer for the district, without adducing any reason for the refusal. It is regarded as an insult to the local authorities and a &nbsp; cruel wrong to the district, as well as a cowardly stab in the back to the gentleman appointed. Action is being taken to oompel the Central Board to sanction the appoint- ment and to remove the deadlock of the past six months. It is impossible to get a &nbsp; medical man to accept the position when he runs the chance of having a stigma thrown upon him without having an opportunity of rebutting the aspersion. Profes...
THEATRICAL SQUABBLE. CANTANKEROUS MOLLOY. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902
The Josephine Stanton Company, who are just concluding a tour on the Goldfields, are involved in the usual squabble with Tom Molloy, which seems to be forced on every- &nbsp; &nbsp; one who engages in transactions with that cantankerous person. The matter will be thrashed out in the law courts. It ts worth mentioning that Molloy engaged in Perth a telegraphic official named Demouncy to look after his interests in the company in Kalgoorlie, the said Demouncy getting leave of absence from his duties to go for a holiday. This employment of civil servants &nbsp; to do Molloy's private business is to be brought under the notice of the Postmaster General. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
A LAND AGENTS FLIGHT. CRIMINAL WARRANT ISSUED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902
A LAND AGENTS FLIGHT. CRIMINAL WARRANT ISSUED. The recent boom in landed properties has &nbsp; produced a large crop of land sharks, who enter a front shop and put up a sign declaring themselves land agents and rent collectors, though they possess not a penny in the world wherewith to live from week to week. Yet these men are lucky enough to find un- &nbsp; lucky dupes, and in this respect Hendry, of Wellington-street, has been so fortunate that he has a chance of standing in the criminal dock in consequence. There are many others in the same line and following the same fraudulent practice about whom we may have something to say by-and-bye. The victims of Hendry are numerous, and &nbsp; many are the debtor's summonses taken out against him. The other day at a Meeting of His Creditors he announced debts amounting in round numbers to £2,000. And yet this man was penniless all the time he was conducting his agency and robbing his clients. A blind man in this tow...
LOVEKIN LANDED WITH LIBEL. Treasure the Trier. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902
LOVEKIN LANDED WITH LIBEL Treasure the Trier &nbsp; &nbsp; A writ for £5,000 damages for alleged libel has been issued by C.N. Kidman &nbsp; &nbsp; against the Morning Herald, in consequence of "Vigilant's" remarks on the running of Treasure at Helena Vale. The excellent series of photographs of the Hawtrey Comedy Company, by Clarke and &nbsp; Sons, of the Royal Studio, Hay-street, adorning the front page of this week's sup- plement, are well up to the standard of the high-class work supplied by that firm. As a theatrical souvenir the page may well be deemed the equal of anything that has yet appeared in Western Australia. The liquidation of furniture and fur- nishings at the Coliseum, 454 Hay-street, &nbsp; is progressing rapidly at bedrock prices. Large consignments of new goods are just to hand, and the liquidator states that these are being marked down at lowest prices, and will be on sale during the ensuring week. THose in search ...
LATE SPORTING. ADELAIDE RACING. A.R.C. SUMMER MEETING. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902
LATE SPORTING ADELAIDE RACING A.R.C. SUMMER MEETING &nbsp; ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. The A.B.C. Summer Meeting was held at Victoria Park to-day. The weather was fine and attendance large. The opening event, &nbsp; the Welter, was won in fine style by last Saturday's winner, Albani. In the Hurdles Lily's Secret was made a warm favorite, but after hanging back too long she propped at the last hurdle, and then could not catch &nbsp; Allegiance. Man of Honor, Philippa, &nbsp; and Clifton were the favorites for the chief handicap, and the Victorian horse won comfortably. In the Steeple Regent was made a hot pot, but she was bumped on &nbsp; to the rails after passing the stand and thenceforward dropped back. Mermaid won easily, but on a protest lost the race, which went to Wirrawa. The good-looking El Koran had no difficulty in winning the &nbsp; youngsters' race from a poor lot. In the &nbsp; &nbsp; Brown Hill Handicap, Chatter, ...
WRESTLING. PEARCE V. PEARN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 April 1902
WRESTLING. &nbsp; PEARCE v. PEARN The Græco-Roman wrestling match be- tween Harry Pearce and Jack Pearn, which is to take place in the Perth Town Hall on Wednesday next, is exciting a good deal of attention, and there should be a good house when the men take up their positions on the mat. Pearn has wrestled most of the best men in Australia, and nearly eight years ago he met Pearce, who was then Australian champion, but he was then only 19 years of age and weighed 11st. Now he scales 13.7 in condition, while Pearce will step on the stage at about a stone less. The following are the articles which were signed:--"Articles of agree- ment entered into this ninth day of April, 1902 between Jack Pearn, of Cottesloe, and Harry Pearce, of Perth, to wrestle the best of five falls, Græco-Roman style, for twenty- five pounds (£25) aside, the winner to take 60 per cent. and the loser 40 per cent. of the gate receipts after deducting all expenses. The match is to take place on April 16 i...