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ACTA DIURNA. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

¡ ACTA DIURNA, "Sav, pa, what did the Dead Sea die of?" Hunger induced by football-"The umpire whistled for a fowl." The Kanowna nugget-a great rush with nothing at the end of it. Tuberculous beef has been succeeded by rotten bacon. What a happy land we lise in! Vosper's description of Northam: "A collection of ben-ringing pubs and galvanised iron railway sheds." The Spanish fleets were thought to make Spain secure, but Spanish securi- ties have been going down lately. Tlie "Weakling" threatens to send its lady typist round to maul us. Like the " Weakling " to put a woman up to what it thinks safer to leave alone iteelf. It is stated by Sir John Forrest that there is no trouble betwixt him and Mr. Throssell. This means that there is trouble. The statement made in a certain sheet that a strike has occurred in con- nection with our printing is absolutely untrue. It will not~.be very remarkable that Spain and America have fought about Cuba. Havana has always been pro- lific in smoke. T...

Publication Title: West Australian Sunday Times
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IN MEMORIAM[?] PRINCE BISMARCK. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

IN MEMORIAM PRINCE BISMARCK, (The following; verses, written bj Dr. Z Ulm ann, and read at the German dab memorial celebrations are printed here at the request ol the members of the club): He's gone, the champion of the Fatherland, Whose mind compassed the German ideal grand ; Whose high ambition was an empire great. An undivided and Imperial state. Teutonic fame had been eclipsed too long, An ancient, grand race, once braváand st-rang, Had been divided, dwarfed, and spurned by those Whom German's counted as their mortal foe*. The strong man rose at last to bring .relief His brave, trae Prussians sawandown'd their/ chief ; The time had «orne, and with the. time the man Fit for-the mighty purpose and the plan». His pian mated the Germanic cace, - - The Separate States new find another place, From North to South ia song the patriot** And watch-fires OD the-Khho shall ne'er grow dim. The TB-H-A «.in«»«a«n i^^toîm-a % MaireT-pnfcomi itnvt n iorfmígn T*fiñ'fap8á-' The*- IIHHHIIHgPfc- he ...

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MESSRS. STEWART, DAWSON, ANO CO. A PEEP INTO THEIR PERTH ESTABLISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

MISSES. STEWART, DAWSON, ANO CO. A PEEP INTO THEIR PERTH ESTAB- LISHMENT. Someone bas eaid, "In the world of enter-i prise its conquerors most seek fresh fields and openings." Hence it is that Messrs. Stewart, Dawson, and Co. have established a branch of their business in Perth. Daring the last áO years they are well known by their houses in London, Sydney, Melbourne, sud Auckland, and their premises in Hay street will compare favorably with the finest establishments in Regent-street or Bond-street, London. Neither labor nor expense has been spared in providing premises for an exten- sive business here that will not only be an or- nament to the city, but will serve as an ex- ample of what industry and energy can ac- complish. Fast, let a glance be taken at the Jewellery Section. There is very little doubt that , in aO jewel- lery the ring holds the sway in point of favor, especially among the ladies. Here are many pretty half-hoops having three or five dia- monds, the prices ranging...

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FROM DAY TO DAY. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

FROM DAY TO DAY. .-o (Bx Vox.) Perhaps the greatest fiasco in con- nection with Parüamentary trips which has yet taken place in this cokmy, was the visit to the Collie Coalfield. The members were taken down there with a veiw of showing them that the £300,000 railway was justified by coal- mining developments. When the party arrived they were not shown a single mine capable of turning out 10 tons per month. They were shown several pot- holes foll of water and green slime, a broken-down engine shed with a rusty engine, and a number of bore holes yielding artesian water that smells like a Perth gutter on a summers day. They were told that títere was a . good mine '"across the river," but as the river was not fordable they didn't see it. So that as a political movd, or a means of enlight- ening legislators on the mineral re- sources of our great and glorious, the whole affair was a rank and ghastly failure. , * . * * * . The more one sees and hears of that Collie Railway the more one is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

THE SUNDAY THIES IB BOW Published SIMULTANEOUSLY AX PERTS. FREMANTLE, KALGOORLIE, COOLGARDIE A KANOWNA, Axd «Aa be «btnsfld tferooglioat Sunday from oar Affrt«-t) Willi»! in in each Town. INSURANCE. SUN INSURANCE OFFICE OF LONDON. ESTABLISHED A.D. 1710. Capital .. £2,400,000. Invested Fonds - £2,086,104. WEST AUSTRALIAN BRANCH. DIRECTORS : W. T. LOTON. ESQ. JAMES MORRISON. ESQ. J. C. G. FOULKES. Esg. BANKERS : BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. AUDITORS: MESSRS. H. H. HOLMAN & Co. MANAGER AND UNDERWRITES: JOHN S. PEARSON. Fire ' Insurance Policies granted on every description of Ffoperr» at I-owest Carrent Rates. . . For foll particulars and Proposal Forms "Hpply to the Manager, Perth, or to any ol Ute Company's agents. Agenda tx nearly every township throughout ike Colony.' HEAD OFFICE-282 St George's Terrace, Telephone No. *38. -.Perth. THE - Coíoinaí Dfotad pk %* suranx Soáttg, l£fîr. ESTABLISHED 1873. The OFFICES «f the Society have now been REMOVED to die NEW PREMISES. ST. GEORGE...

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THE BATTLE OF SANTIAGO. ACCOUNTS BY EYE WITNESSES DESPERATE GALLANTRY ON BOTH SIDES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

THE BATTLE OF SANTIAGO. ACCOUNTS BY EYE WITNESSES DESPERATE GALLANTRY ON BOTH SIDES. The recent mail from San Francises gives a series of accounts of the naval battle of Santiago which form interest- ing reading, and cannot fail to evoke a thrill of sympathy for the brave but un- fortunate Spaniards. Captain " Bobby " Evans of the Iowa, gives an account of the fight, and telle how his ship engaged the faster Spanish boats As they passed him he delivered great broadsides, and tried in vain tc cripple them by tbe old resource oi ramming. As the Cristobal Colon passed she hit the Iowa twice on the starboard bow, one of the shells going through her cofferdam dispensary, the other lodging in her armor belt near the water line. As fighting was hot, and he found he could neither ram nor inter- cept the enemy, he pursued a parallel course. When the Almirante Oquendo was fairly abreast he gave her the en- tire battery, but though she was riddled she was still able to steam on her -course unt...

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MAD FREAKS OF A MILLIONAIRE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

MAD FREAKS OT A MIL- LIONAIRE. The records of folly and extrava- gance contain no story" more remark- able than that of Eli Hawkins, the Cali- fornian millionaire, whose grotesque ingenuity in dissipating his dollars is certainly^ without a parallel What was the origin of his fortune r-o one knew, and in his most abandoned moments Eli was never betrayed into "divulging the secret. It is known, how- ever, that when Eli, accompanied by his wife, went to settle in the Los Nietos Valley, they brought with them a portmanteau, packed with 220,000 dois, in cash as an instalment of their "pile." Eli's first ambition was to "build him a lordly pleasure-house ;" and buy- ing 300 acres of land, he set the magic of his dollars to work on it. A hand- some palace quickly rose, and hundreds of hands soon made his desert acres blossom like a rose. Enormous trees were transported bodily on specially made waggons, to give him shady hills and valleys, and grottos, appeared as if by witchcraft, and lak...

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THE ESPERANCE-NORSEMAN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

THE ESPiRAKCl-lüORSEMAN LINE -o Now that tha real opinion of tl * most directly interested in the gi . railway question has been obtained, that tiie "hardy Norseman" has b given an unbiassed opportunity of ass ing himself, he has naturally deck in favor of the rout« that would be vioeable to Kimnfdf and the rest of goldfields. It will have been seen yesterday's paper that at a monster m . ing held at Norseman on Saturday e\ ing, addressed by the Esperance d regatea and others, a motion was can by a large majority, affirming the atrableness of the direct line from Ec rance being construcfced. This sh< that all that was required was that popular opinion should be alowed i expression. The plan adopted lately some of the so-called public meetinga this question, to hold them in the all noons when only the actual townsn could attend, to bring forward cut-a dried resolutions, and when any cha wayfarer tried to speak on the oti side, to knock him down, metaphorica and sit on him ...

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PITH OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

PITH OF PARLIAMENT. By Bungarra. "A man is a fool to be a darned fool, but to let other people know he is a darned fool is a damed sight more foolish stflL"-Rsopian Chunk. Esop, as we all know, sold his birth- right for a mess of porridge, and had to write fables for a living ever after- wards. ? He was worsing in the re- porter's gallery of the Grecian House of Assembly when he wrote the above, and if he was working in the Westralian press gallery he would write it again, only stronger and with the swear words spelled differently. The law of libel for- bids a direct application of it to mem- bers individually, hut, like the little insect we read of in the song, "it gets there just the same." * * * *? The old yarn of Beauty and the Beast found a practical exemplification in the House on Wednesday night, when Mr. James had his annual attack of woman's suffrage. Beauty was in the ladies' gallery in strong force. The beast .occupied the bearpit below in manly array. Opponents of the me...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE PREVENTION OF CRIMES ACT. The Editor "Sunday Times." [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

CORRESPONDENCE. THE PREVENTION OF CRIMES ACT. Tte Editor "Sunday Times." Sir,-Of ali the statutes enacted witn in the walls of the Palace of Westmins- ter during the latter portion of this century, probably not one has so com- pletely and conspicuously failed of its object as the so-called "Prevention of Crimes Act." Everyone is more or less acquainted with the disastrous and unexpected results that have from time to time attended torpedo practice in times of peace ' and war. The deadly engine of destruction instead of going straight to the goal, has turned in its course and annihilated those who pro- jected it. Like the capricious torpedo, this terrible cruel and unmerciluf measure has furnished a splendid ex- ample of "hoist with your own petard" with this exception, however, that while tiie element of uncertainity enters into the action of the one, the other was so constructed as to ensure its certain recoil "upon the re-actionary section of the British public who prompted it, an...

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A STRICTLY UP-TO-DATE STORY [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

A STRICTLY UP-TO-DATE STORY A solitary horseman was slowly trudg- ing along a forest path on foot. He wa saloiie, wit hthe exception of two j men who were with him. On either side the mighty hills rose in low flat marshes. Silence reigned supreme, only accented by the noise of three bag- pipes, on which the trio were learning "Robin Adair." The sound of the bag- pipes was almost drowned by the roar of the surf as it beat upon tile shore. It was a beautiful spring day in early October, and the ducks that had been north were bringing their canvas back south. Imagine yourself in one of the sultry everglades of the extreme south, and you will have some idea of this scene. It was the Klondyke! It was in the heat of midday, and the three men trudged on in the cool light of the midsummer moon, saying nothing. They carried on meanwhile a brisk conversation. At length the negro moaned : "I can go no further," he cried, hurrying- for- ward to the rear. "Courage!" cried his only comrade. "See ...

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EVENINGS FROM HOME. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

EVENINGS FROM HOME. . .. " (By tie Playgoer.) The complimentary benefit tendered Martyn Hagan and Lucy Fraser in the . Town-hall was in every way worthy their reputation. The beneficiares received excellent support from the best profes- sional and amateur element in Perth.; and the programme submitted waa re- fined, varied, and amusing. . * * * * By special request, the first item on the bill was. "Naming th» Baby." A sketch which scored an immediate suc- cess in.'the Cremorne Gardens, when the two. were under engagement to Rick- ards. It goes without question that its .popularity was equal, if not greater, than when they first produced it. ':*~ * - * * * The last numbers on the programme were the sketches "Woman v. Man" and "Musical Madness," also contributed by the beneficiares. And the applause which greeted their dramatic .rendition was genéreos in the extreme. There is no suspicion of waning power evidenced in the work of tb ese artistes, for the oftener they reproduce a musica...

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THEATRICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

THEATRICAL NOTES. (By "The Johnnie") A most appreciative playgoer v one Sarah Francisca, and Thespis 03 held second place with. Bacchus jn 1 estimation. Such was her love i Bacchus that the fair devotee spf much of her rime in enforced reti ment (150 convictions standing agaii her name in various Police Gaaetti for drunkenness. But such time as s could spare she set apart religion! for tile drama. * * * , * ? The actors particularly welcomed Ii présence, for she delivered her critiqu in the hali audibly and straight frc tiie shoulder. No sending in copy wi her, correcting proofs, and going pressxeveryone knew at once if s were satisfied, without seeing the mot ing paper. * * * * ''Don't take that coat ; he didn't 4 it ; Ohl you villain! Don't convict hin he wasn't the man. Lag the othei or, "Stow that preaching''-Amen-( and join the Salvation Army-"Whe did you learn to act." Ti alance faix Mr. Manager;" "You're tile best wot actor I've ever seen"-"Aint she pretti -"Good old Mary Ann...

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CONCERNING WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

[CONCERNING WOMEN. o (By Cordelia.) : The very latest thing in "dawnces' comes, as usual, from America, and ii called the '"Dewy deux," presumably ii whole hearted recognition of Admira] Dewy's glorious victory over the time worn fortifications and coffin ships 01 the Philippines. The principal figure is the advance and return in line five times, bowing at intervals to the op posing partners. To do the thing [HO perly each dancer is expected to sport a miniature star-spangled banner ladies wearing it in their hair, and mei as buttonholes. Remembering the re- cent frenzied protestations of love and mutual admiration which England and America have been swapping, we must take England's adoption of the dance at a matter of couse-at any rate the star spangled banner, planted securely OE the pinnacle of a ladys coiffure, ii somewhat silly, would be decidely safer 1 than the pretty, but highly inflammable I imitation tortoiseshell, so largely used at present. * * * * "Madge" writes in "Tru...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

FOY & ^GIBSON'S Winter &air IS NOW OPEN". Orders sent through post by country cus- tomers receive careful attention and are executed by a staff of assistants, whose entire tune is devoted to these orders, so that cus- tomers unable to come to town mar rely' upon having their wants supplied with asi much care as if they selected the goods them- selves. Country customers who wish to secure any of the Bargains quoted below must order promptly, as the demand for them is very great and they sell out rapidly. Our terms are cash, and we cannot execute any order unless accompanied by remittance. BRITISH and FRENCH DRESSES. At FOY and GIBSON'S WINTER FAUÍ. DouUawidth Black Crêpons, is per yard ; Stylish Black Fancy Dresses, double-width, 6¿d, ls vard ; Black French Coatings, double width- Hid, Is3d,ls6d,lslld,2s3d, 2s 6d pea: yard ; Black "Glace Lustres, doHble widtfc, ls 3d, ls 6d, ls lld, 2s 6d, 2s lld, 3s 6d per yard;. Figured Lustres, : ls 4¿d, 2s 3d per yard, lovely desi...

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OUR GRIEVANCE COLUMN. THE BANKRUPTCY ACT. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

OUR GRIEVANCE ; COLUMN. 1 THE BANKRUPTCY ACT. 1 ] Sir,-Now that it is proposed to bring in an amendment to the present Bank- ruptcy Act, I consider it my duty to bring before the attention of the public one of the strongest defects in the pre- sent Act, or it might be more strictly said, in its administration. At present there is a pleasant little > fiction, by which, a man practically de dares that he cannot pay his creditors, and at the same time, to prove the truth of his statement, must pay into ' the coffers of the State ' a sum of at least £10 fis..' This, however, by the way; and what country debtors haye to complain about, apart from the absurd red tapeism , winch: prevails, is the fact that in nearly every case, wherever cii-cu instances have forced a man into the court, he is called i upon to attend, and be publicly ex- amined at Perth. And strangely enough ,? the poorer the man really is the more certain is it that he will have tb come ; down here, and perhaps hang abo...

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THE MIDDLEMAN IN GLOVE FIGHTS. A CALLING ABOUT WHICH LITTLE IS KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

i THE MIDDLEMAN IN GLOVE j FIGHTS, A CALLING ABOUT WHICH LITTLE IS KNOWN. "Never mind my name," said a professor of the nobie art of self-de- fence to an English pressman recently ; ''sufficient to know that I was once a celebrated bruiser. "When I got too old to fight I turned middleman. What do I mean by that ? Why, I looks out for the raw material teaches it, and brings it out at first-class exhibitions all over the country. "Where is the best glove-fighting to be seen ? Not at the big shows, you bet. The swells who patronise tip-top exhi- bitions are attracted bj tibe reputation of the talent engaged, but at the smaller displays the public want and will haye a good show for their money; "They expect a lad to box six rounds, and take his gruel without flinching, in a ring so small that only downright slog- ging is possible, "As you may suppose, it isn't easy ia get hold of the real article, and ifs the failures I meet with, which takes tue gilt off the ginger-bread. My pupils do ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

3D 3VE .A. 35T The Premier Draper^ Clothier and Outfitter, of Western Australia. NOTE ADDRESSES: PERTH NO. f SHOP CORNER OF HAY AND WILLIAM STREETS, 'NO. 2 SHOP 462 HAY-STREET, NO. 3 SHOP 100 YARDS HIGHER UP TOWARDS TOWN HALL; ?A.T EZA-IiCa-OOE/IliIE, KANOWNA RAGE CLUB. AUTUMN MEETING Wednesday, August 24th, 1898, £430 IN STAKES ! ! ! HANDICAP HURDLES, 6o »vs. Norn. 2os. Accp. 30s. TRIAL STAKES, 30 SOYS. Norn. ios. Accp.. 10s. KANOWNA HANDICAP, 200 SOVS. Norn,- 40s. Accp. 60s. JUMPERS' FLAT, 40 sovs. Norn. 10s. Accp. 20s. FLYING HANDICAP, 60 sovs. Norn. sos. Accp. 30s. LADLES* BRACELET, 30 sovs. and Bracelet (¿"zo). Nota. los. Accp. 20s. For further particulars see Calendar and Posters. A. L. TAIT, Hon. Sec, That Ca vin Healing Ointment bas made a wonderful name for itself, goes without say- ing. Thousands testify as to what a boon it »?* 4 PERTH DISCOUNT BANE 284 St George's ferrar*, BILLS DISCOUNTED "DAILY TO AVI AMOUNT. SCRIP. X Cash advances nrade-on Englrëh'.anft Jaime colonial...

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GOLD-MINING LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

GOLD-MINING LEASES. The "Government Gazette" notifies that .the foilowmg goid-mining leases and applications therefor have been dealt with : Applications Approved, Subject to Survey.-Coolgardie-3621, 3622. Kun- analling-Í55s. Mount Magnet - 372m, 392m, 393m, 399m. Cue 1071, 1072. Yerilla-238r (4344), 239r (4346), 240r (4347), 249r <4409Y, 261r (4496), 281r (4651), 298r, 300r, 301r, 30*2r. Bulong-680y. Gas- coyne-20. Dundas-711. Conditional .Surrenders Allowed. Mount Magnet-169m. Cue-666, 751,830, 985. Refusals.-East Coolgardie--2990e, 2991e. Forfeitures.-Ularring-2! 4u (4577¿) (Golden Lode). ¥erilla--229r.{4239z) (Aber-dar). Menzies-4749z (Menzies Kensington Main Lode). Kanowna ¡525x (2329e) (Axiom). Coolgardie 11726 (Infant). Mount Margaret-¿Ot j (Ajax Gold Mine). East Murchison 1247 (Great Bepublic). Broad Arrow-4 j 55w (542e) (Wheel of Fortune).

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HOMEWARD BOUND CRUSHING. MENZIES UNITED. Menzies, August 13. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 14 August 1898

HOMEWARD BOUND CRUSHING. ' MENZIES UNITED. Menzies, August 13.; Â parcel of 20 tons of stone from ;, die Homeward Bound Lease, North -' Niagara, has been treated at the friday * Battery, Menzies, and yielded 37loz. of " smelted gold, or an average' of 18oz. . 1 Od wt. per ton. The owners of the lease expected a return of about 80s. and were agreeably surprised. A large' quantity of the same class of ore is in - sight on the property. A contract has been let to the Gold Beefs Proprietary for treating by cya- ? ? rüde 4,000 tons of Lady Shenton tail- ' inga. A tramway is being constructed . from the Lady Shenton Mine to the Gold Reefs cyanide tanks, and will soon be completed. A rich development has occurred in Menzies United. After driving soúth for 250ft. on the course of the reef afc the 400ft. level a vein of quartz was struck, which on being followed « few feet was found to contain magni ficent free gold, which shows abundant- ly in every piece of stone broken. Fur- ther driving ...

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