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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 July 1902
Business Notices. INFLUENZA. COUGHS. COLDS. * Tiller's 'GUBUNr Cough Mixture t J Giras SPEEDY RELIEF. J J soto snr ALI. J CHEMISTS and STOREKEBPEBS. Safe WTannfactorer and Export Ghin and Lock Smith, 73 WITA JAM-STREET, PERTH" I FAOTOBT: BABBXT-Biaaa . E. J. KODOREDJL, AUCTIONEER and ESTATE AGENT, W^«T-H Csaraxca, 408 HAY-STREET, PERTH. AUCTION SALES of LAND, BOUSES, BOJJSÉEOlM^BVÉSÍStrÉEt^^, under* takes OD the most Reasonable Tenn*. » Account Salas Promptly Rendered. COLONIAL MUTUAL ORE ttiSUfiANGE CO.. Limited. &at Fire Marina, Guarantee, Rab Glass, Employers'I^abi^ ^ AUSTRAL CSZAMBERB, SÁBRACK-8C. * ' P. J. SULLIVAN. Secretary. OSWALD L DEMAMÍEL&CO., j AU CTIONKERS, " LTVK STOCK SALESMEN. House, Land, and Fmanoial Agents. Aoetion Sales Condactod in Any Part of the State. No. 18 First Floor. SBGOKMAH'8 CHAMBERS, BARRACK^TBEET. COMMONWEALTH .... V CYCLE ACEHCY, 2B5 Weuington-st-E. H. COX A Co. Maseey-Harris, Rad Birds, Impártala, Brant* ford's and Eajde Crêtes. Eas...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 July 1902
WHYTE & cc SPECIAL" "WHISBZT ABSOLUTELY XJXRIVAXLED. Sole Agents-MILNE & CO., William Street, Perth. No. 10.1 Glenoran Whisky No. 10. The. PUREST HALT WHISKY Scotland Produces. rj^HIS WHISKY is Guaranteed the Sole Unblended Produce of the Ord Distillery Ctompany. MtJIE CXE* BOSS-SKTBE. THÏLÈP GOYLE, mn wmmz* J. MMMJM. ww J. JJAJ, ^ b gpjjg AGENT. . . Jewel of Asia (Registered) The Jewell of Asia The Result of 33 Years Surgical Practice on all Diseases Peculiar to Women WILL ABSOLUTELY CURE ALL DISEASES OF THE WOMB NOT A MEDICINE, NO DRUGS TO TAKE, HAS PROVED EFFECTUAL beyond all sceptism - in 7,000 CASES treated at HOSPITAL SAINT in Toine, PARIS, by JULES BRUTHMAUX, the Greatest Obstetric &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SURGEON of France. COST 21/- ; POSTED, 22/-. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Temporary Address: JEWELL OF ASIA REMEDY COMPANY DEPOT : &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; No. 5 Basement, ...
THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 July 1902
That the Rev. Price's supporters' sneer at juries justice in Westralia comes badly from &nbsp; that syndicate of saints. That the integrity of the whole jury roll is inferentially impeached by these patriots. That our judgess must also fall beneath the ban of these defamers of justice. That some of these self-satisfied saints themselves require the whitewash bucket. That Justice Hensman's catting com- ments fell heavily on the Highgate Hill hypocrites. That a well-known newspaper publisher of Perth is heir apparent to a British Peerage. That only 650 lives, according to Debrett, stand between him and the unlimited lucre. That he now watches the small-pox cables for a wholesale rub-out of his relations. That a notoriously civil servant made a huge mule of himself over a high kicker of Rickards Co. That be attempted to follow the dainty danseuse on her tour to the goldfields. &nbsp; That after he parted for a private com- partment, the leg-whirler invited in four other...
OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. FARCICAL FLUMMERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 July 1902
OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. FARCICAL FLUMMERY. The second session of the Fourth Parlia- ment of Western Australia met on Thurs- day, and went through the usual farcical useless formala of shearing the Governor read a speech, which is called his, but which he has no hand in framing and with which for the most part he is generously and abun- dantly out of sympathy. However, it is a form which serves to announce the Go- vernment policy, which has always been announced before and which binds the Go- vernment to nothing. Still the farce goes on. The Governor's speech, which is not his speech, and binds nobody, is read and &nbsp; delivered, and both Houses of the Legisla- &nbsp; ture for weeks discuss and debate it, knowing that nothing may come of it, and in the end they present the Governor, who de- livered the speech but did not prepare it and did not believe in it, with &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A Meaningless Reply. &...
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 July 1902
The Metropolitan Bicycle Club's Twenty Five Mile Road Race was held yesterday afternoon over the course from the Victoria Park Hotel to Kelmscott and return. Mr. A.E. Ford acted as starter, Mr. J. &nbsp; Frederick as judge, Mr. C. W. Kent as timekeeper. The following is the result:— &nbsp; B. Smith, 1 ; J. Marks, 2; N. J. Frederick, 3. The fastest time was made by A. Jewel, 1hr. 10min. 55sec.
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 July 1902
BOXING. The West Australian Amateur Athletic Club's light-weight glove, tournament commenced on Wednesday evening last at Seguy's gymnasium. There was a large attendance, and the items were much appreciated, the trophies being two gold medals presented by Messrs. W. H. McCor mack and W. J. Gutteridge. H. Hewson And R. Connell provided a four-round spar. A. Wellesley (10st.), after a willing go of six rounds, defeated Bert Thompson (9.5). - The bout between Jack Ryan (9.7) and Bill Smith &nbsp; (9.10) after a good go of three rounds was stopped owing to the latter breaking his thumb. Six rounds were then fought be- tween Peter Daly and Ted Wilson (10.0), when Daly was declared the winner. Jack Mack then boxed three rounds with T. Rea. A 10 minutes' exhibition of catch-as-catch- can wrestling was given by Watter Moyle and Tom Rea, using for this purpose a mat &nbsp; presented to the Club by Mr. J. Kiffin &nbsp; Thomas. Mr. Sam Grimwood acted as referee and Mr. ...
LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 July 1902
The annual test match between Perth and Fremantle combined teams was played yesterday, afternoon on the Associated Ground, and resulted in a victory for Perth by three goals to two. I drop me by dot "Doxo." It vas goot &nbsp; mit der hair, yah.
BREAKING BONDS. THE HALL V. HALL DIVORCE CASE. A CLEGYMAN CO-RESPONDENT. Sensational Details. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 July 1902
BREAKING BONDS. THE HALL V. HALL DIVORCE CASE. A CLERGYMAN CO-RESPONDENT. Sensational Details. A divorce case which will cause a great deal of sensation in Adelaide, and will ex- cite some interest in Western Australia, is listed for Tuesday next. The petitioner is Mr. G. W. Hall, well known in Western Australian mining circles, and he seeks a divorce from his wife on the ground of her adultery with the Reverend &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Alexander Wilson, Unitarian minister who is named as co-respondent. Sir &nbsp; J. H. Symon, will appear for the peti- tioner. Mr. Piper for the respondent, and Mr. E. Paris Nesbit will represent the co- &nbsp; respondent. The case is to he tried before a jury, and will probably last some days. The evidence to be adduced will disclose that the petitioner was married to the re- spondent in England and about eight years &nbsp; ago came out to Australia. He had engage- ments in Western Australia, but he settled...
CRICKET. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. THE SOMERSET MATCH. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 July 1902
CRICKET. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. THE SOMERSET MATCH. LONDON, SATURDAY. The match, Australian Eleven V. Somer- setshire County was commenced on Thurs- day at Taunton. The weather was bright and the wicket good. The home team batted first, and by dint of good, fast batting reached the creditable total of 274 runs before the last wicket fell. There were several stages of very fast scor- ing. Braund 88, Martyn 52, Palairet 44, Lewis 36, and Hardy and Newton with 20 each were the most successful run-getters. Saunders, who got five wickets for 109, bowled the best. At the drawing of stumps Australia had lost two wickets (Trumper 5, Darling 20) for 128, 402 runs thus being scored for the day. Duff was 75 and Noble 27, both not out. &nbsp; The game was resumed yesterday under equally favorable conditions. The Aus- tralians concluded their innings for 348, giving them a lead of 74. Duff played brilliantly and faultlessly for 183, including 34 boundary hits, and was at the wicke...
CABLEGRAMS. THE CONFERENCE. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 July 1902
CABLEGRAMS. &nbsp; THE CONFERENCE. LONDON, SATURDAY. &nbsp; Mr. Chamberlain presided to-day at the Premiers' Conference. There were present Lord Onslow, Sir Montagu P. Ommanney (Permanent Secre- tary of State for the Colonies), Baron Gerard, Mr. Balfour (Premier of England), Earl Dooley, Francis Hopwood, Alfred Bateman, and others. It was argued that the commercial and trade relation of the Empire was especially a fiscal question. The prospects of prefe- rential tariffs between the motherland and the colonies were debated during the whole sitting. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. Chamberlain, in a non-committal statement, said the Government recognised the difficulties in the way, and desired to proceed cautiously. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The various Premiers present indicated proposals likely to be acceptable to their respective Governments. &nbsp; The Conference was adjorned t...
POPE AND THE PHILIPPINES LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 July 1902
POPE And THE PHILIPPINES LONDON, SATURDAY. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Daily Chronicle states that the Pope has intensely displeased the cardinals by his conduct in the negotiations with General Taft. He has overruled them, and declares that the demands of America were reason- able, and is willing to concede the church lands m the Philippine Islands. He declares his readiness to treat with General Taft personally. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
HEROISM OF THE FORCES. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 July 1902
LONDON, SATURDAY. &nbsp; Lord Kitchener, in a despatch in June dealing with the final operations of the troops, eulogises the heroism of the Imperial- Colonial forces, and pays a high tribute to their manliness and far-sightedness. He &nbsp; states that the Boer leaders are bowing to the inevitable, and are accepting the gener- ous terms of Britain. He mentions the good &nbsp; services of Warrant Officer McColl, of the New South Wales Monnteds, for his prompt initiative and good work in February; Lance Corporal Gregory, of the Seventh New Zea- landers, for coolness and his grasp of the situation at Harrismith on February 24, which enabled the forces to repulse the at- tack. He has promoted Sergeant Major Harden and H. B. Wall, of the Australian Bushmen, the latter for his conduct at &nbsp; Brakspruit in April. He has also promoted Sergeant-Major Keeble, of the Fifth Vic- torian Mounteds. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &...
BOULDER RACING CLUB. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 July 1902
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BOULDER RACING CLUB. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. &nbsp; The bye-meeting of the Boulder Club was held to-day. The weather was fine and the attendance large. The following are the results:— &nbsp; &nbsp; PONY RACE, five and a half furlongs. Atom (10.0), 1; Trefoil (9.10), 2; Grey Morn (11.0), 3. Other starters—The Peach, Bea- trice, Ulindah, Coronation, Little Bernie, Chester. Betting: Evens Atom, 3 to 1 agst Grey Morn, 5 to 1 Ulindah. Atom, who led from start to finish, won by half a length from Trefoil, Grey Mom three lengths off third. Time, 1.18. KAMBALLIE HANDICAP.—Egmont (8.6), 1 ; Opera (7.1), 2 ; Moyston (8.4), 3. Others —Allander, Horonda, Fun, Acorn and Rosary. Betting: Evens Opera, 3 to 1 agst Allander, 5 to 1 Horonda and Moyston, 10 to 1 Egmont. Won by a neck, the same dis- tance separating second and third. Time, 1.4 4-5. JULY HANDICAP, one and a quarter mile. —Sunb...
WRESTLING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 July 1902
WRESTLING. This match took place last evening in the Town HalL There was a small attendance, &nbsp; and unfortunately the match as originally arranged could not be brought off owing to Jack Ferryman having met with an injury. Mr. Sam Grimwood, the referee, announced that Perryman had boen examined by Dr. Randell, who found (certificate read) that he had fractured one of his ribs, and that &nbsp; the cartilage was broken off the tops of the others. Rather than the audience should be &nbsp; disappointed a pupil of Perryman, R. Smith, a fine athletic amateur, weighing 15 stone, had at a short notice consented to take his place, and a very good substitute he proved. The parties agreed to wrestle two ont of three in the Graeco-Boman style. The first round occupied ten minutes, and after a very fine exhibition Smith gained his first fall. In the second bout, which lasted only three minutes, Pearn put in some excellent work and secured the second fall. In the third ...
LATE SPORTING. VICTORIAN RACING. V.A.T.C. JULY MEETING. MARAMA WINS THE MURRUMBEENA HANDICAP. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 July 1902
LATE SPORTING. VICTORIAN RACING. V.A.T.C. JULY MEETING. MARAMA WINS THE MURRUMBEENA HANDICAP. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. The V.A.T.C. held a meeting at Caulfield &nbsp; to-day. The attendance was huge, and in- cluded the State Governor. the racing was &nbsp; &nbsp; interesting, but backers had a disastrous day, the nearest approach to a favorite get- ting home being War Chief in the first race, who started second favorite at 2 to 1. Marama and Marine were also well sup- &nbsp; ported in their respective races. In the &nbsp; Hurdles, Siara fell and broke his leg and had to be destroyed. Flying Fox, the winner of the Selling Race, was bought by C. &nbsp; Gidney for 80 guineas. A select few had a good win on the Adelaide mare, Isis, in the Hurdles, but lost some of their winnings &nbsp; over Convoy in the Steeplechase, who ran &nbsp; off when going nicely. Details:— &nbsp; LILLIMUR TWO-YEAR-OLD RACE. &nbsp; &...
ENGLISH RACING. THE ECLIPSE STAKES. Won By Persimmon's Son. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 July 1902
ENGLISH RACING. &nbsp; THE ECLIPSE STAKES. Won By Persimmon's Son. LONDON, SATURDAY. The fifteenth contest for the Sandown Eclipse Stakes was decided at Sandown Park yesterday, and resulted as follows:— &nbsp; ECLIPSE STAKES. Of 10,000 sovs. Special weights, with penalty conditions. About one mile and a quarter. Duke of Devonshire's br c Cheers, by Persimmon—Applause IL., 3y., 8.8 1 Col. H. McCalmont's ch c Rising Glass, by Isinglass—Hantesse, 3y., 8.8 ... 2 Sir J. Blundell Maple's bc Royal Lancer, by Royal Hampton—Lightfoot, 3y., 8.8 ...3 &nbsp; &nbsp; The appeal of R. Burns against the de- cision of the Kensington Park stewards in dismissing the protest lodged against Ida, winner of the Highweight Handicap on Wednesday, was dealt with on Friday night and dismissed. The rider of Chesterfield, O'Brien, was ordered to "stand down" dur- ing the pleasure of the stewards for careless riding. The ladies of Perth all go to "The Alex- andra," Barrack-street....
LATE SPORTING. ADELAIDE RACING. S.A. TATTERSALL'S MEETING LORD KITCHENER WINS THE HANDICAP. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 July 1902
LATE SPORTING. ADELAIDE RACING. S.A. TATTERSALL'S MEETING &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; LORD KITCHENER WINS THE HANDICAP. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. Tattersall's Winter Meeting was held to- day in bleak weather. The attendance was good. Fairyland, who is now in tailor Howie's interest, was served up a warm favorite in the Trial Stakes, but ran badly. The outsider, Kebbuck, won easily. Shiek was favorite for the Hurdles, with Respond and Conference nearly as well supported. The last-named won comfortably. Sheik fell when leading at the last jump. Lorne was the popular fancy for Tattersall's Handicap, but he died away and Lord Kitchener, who &nbsp; in his day cost backers a lot of money, &nbsp; &nbsp; won in a hollow fashion. Although he had never got round a steeplechase previously, Ebb was the elect of punters for the Steeple. This time he stood up, but only to be beaten for pace at the finish by Wirrawa. E...
RIFLE SHOOTING. THE MACKINNON CUP. Captured by Australia. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 July 1902
RIFLE SHOOTING. THE MACKINNON CUP. &nbsp; Captured by Australia. LONDON, SATURDAY. Tte Mackinnon Cap, fired for at Bisley to-day, was won by Australia. The scores were:— Australia... 1,328 &nbsp; &nbsp; Canada...1,308 &nbsp; Rhodesia...1,267 &nbsp; England...1,265 &nbsp; Owing to some misunderstanding in refer- ence to the enforcement of time, the teams representing Scotland and New Zealand withdrew, and protested against the course that had been adopted. The Jewel of Asia Remedy Co, whose ad- vertisement appears on page 5, have secured as manager, the services of Mr. Whipple Ellis, who is widely known to the residents of the goldfields, and who has left Boulder City to take this appointment. His recog- nised skill and careful treatment of all classes of cases has gained for him a good reputation. His successful cures have been commented upon in our columns. One obitinate case of "Supus" must be fresh in &nbsp; the minds of our...