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M.C.C. v. FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

M.C.C. v. FEEMANTLE. I The return match between the Metropoli I tan CC. and Fremantle CC. was played I yesterday at Fremantle. It will be remem I bored that when these teams met at Perth I the result was a wiu for Fremantle by an in I nings and 34 runs. Since that time the j M.C.C. have been defeated by the New Nor I cians, while Fremantle have beaten the New I Noroians and Perth CC. However, recently I several changes have taken place in the 1 M.C.C. team, while on the other hand, the j members have stuck better to practice than j they did for previous matches. It was, therefore, fully expected that the team would j make a better stand against Fremantle than j they did on the first occasion. The Fremantle I team, it may be added, had been strengthened J by the advent of two good men from South J Australia, who came to this Colony by the Albany. These were Watling, who was sel- ected to play for South Australia against J Victoria, and Rowley, who had been a mern j ber of the Middles...

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UNION C.C. V. I'ZINGARI, C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

UNION CC. V. rZINGAEI, CC. ' Thé return match between the above nam- ed olubs took place on the Recreation Ground on Saturday March 20th. Owing to the fact that the Union's had defeated the Perth, on the previous Saturday considerable interest centered in the contest. Coomer, the Union skipper winning the toss elected to bat, send- ing in Brown and Bourke to the bowling of Ferguson and Wade. Off the former's fifth ball Bourke was splendidly caught by Wilson, (a recent arrival from South Australia) for a duck, McDonough filled the vacancy and played nicely for 6, when Wilson effected another brilliant catch, for which he was de- servedly applauded. With the exception of Coomer, who played patiently for his contri- ' buüon of ll, none of the others made any stand, the innings closing for 30 runs. Ferguson and Healey were the first to represent the I'Zingai-i. Both played steadily and ran the score to 16 when Coomer effected a splendid catch, which sent Healey back with ? to his oredit...

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THE MATCH BETWEEN THE [?]UNICE AND THE MAORI. VICTORY OF THE MAORI. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

?? i THE MATCH BETWEEN THE MNICE AND THE MAORI. "ii' -? ?i- ' VICTORY OF THE MAORI. ? Never perhaps ia the history of yacht . tog in Western Australia have auy - aquatic races created so much interest os . liave the recent contests between Mr. Saunders's Eunice and Messrs. Benuioa . «nd Leake'« Maori. The first time that the Moori took part ia any public contest ' > was when she ran unplaced for the bandi oap won by the Eunice after the dis- qualification ot the Blue Belt Her . àjÇm in that. race was so moderate that mauy people were somewhat surprised when they found her crew issuing o -, «Kallenge to the speedy Eunice. Before the match was decided, however, the two Wats met in the scratch race fora sweep- stake promoted by the Perth Club. That raeelresolved itself into a match between the Eunice and the Maori ; and after a ' .magnificent race between them, the latter v won by only about five and twenty yards. 37he match for £15 aside was decided lost ? - Tuesday, and on that oc...

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JEPHTHA'S DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

She was the loveliest woman I have «ver seen. Her skin was as trans- parent as the petals of a tea-rose. Her heavy braids bf hair were golden. Bat her eyelashes were bluish black These lashes almost always drooped over her eyes. Only once did I see her soul mirrored in the tearful . blue orbs. That look haunted me through days and years. No wonder I could not forget it. When a whole life's yearn- ing and dole is contained io a single lingering glance it must have power Over the memory. Yet her life is a simple, every-day story-so simple, that you, reader, will certainly exclaim : ' Is that all ? ' Her lather was a cashier ' in Paris, ove of the office holders whom blouse clad working men often envy at a distance, but would sincerely pity could they see them at home. The daily toil to keep their beads above water, to procure bread and clothing, the unseen struggle to remain honest men-is it not like a starving dog set to walch a well-filled dish of meat, not a morsel of which it dare...

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NORTHAM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

NORTHAM RACES. - ^ The following are the entries for the ; :o Northam'Races which will be held on Ti ' - - Thursday next: MAIDEN PLATE of £10, distance i. i> Mr: Wrath's Pretty Maid . ./ M :^ Mr. Towtons Harry '????iCh Mr. Leedens Premier . ' V; í|v| Mr. Lynch's Beggar Boy A" - Mr. Wildings Jenny Lind \ -SS Mr. Leeder e Progress -Jfi.'^ Mr. Wrath's Panic ' \\p>i LADIES' PURSE of £10, 1| miles in . ' ''-'CJ Höfels* '^Vv'" ' Mr. Wrath's Pretty Maid ^ Mr. Towtou'e Harry Mr. Lynches Beggar Boy ..? i Mr. White's Molly Mr. Wilding's Jenny Lind Mr. Leeder's Premier - Mr. Eaton's Lady Grey V? mile; heats. .-V.-;.^ Mr. Craig's Euclid Mr. Lynch's Beggar Boy . '¡.V Mr. White's Molly .,. Mr. Wilding's Jenny Lind , " Mr. Eaton'B Lady Grey ' t ;-:fv NORTHAM SAKES of £15, distance 3 i . ^ miles. " Mr. Craig's Euclid S v^£ Mr. Wrath's Pretty Maid ~-Z -Jp Mr. Towtoa's Harry ;.y.S¿0^ Mr. Leeder's Premier Mr. Leeder's Progress r% - ?'.' ? . "-'-*4¡%ií SETTLER'S STAKES of £10, distance 1£ ;/-::i^...

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THE GINGIN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

THE GINGIN RACES. The Gingin race meeting was held a few days ago. Owing to no publicity being giren to the meeting, very, few people outside of the immediate locality knew that it was to be held, and the attendance was small. The chief races were taken by Mr. Towton, of Perth» with Harry ¿nd Garnet. In fact, none of the local men would enter their nags ' against Harry for the Gingin Stakes, and he was given the stakes for a walk over. Mr. Towton, however, with a proper spirit gave the £12, the amount of the stakes, as added money to the Ladies' Purse in order to give the local men a chance to run for it. In this race Barry bolted in the first heat when winning easily, and was therefore distanced. The event, however, was still taken by Mr. Towton with his mare Garnet. Below is .. a return of the racing : MAIDEN PLATE ; a mile and a distance in heats. Mr. S. Jones's Sergeant ... ll Mr. Atkinson's gelding ... 2 2 Sergeant won both heats easily. PONT RACE -; a mile and a diei»ce ia hea...

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WORK TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

WORK TABLE. TaiMMINO : CaOCHET AND jF ANC Y GlMF. The crochet is worked with pink, red, or coffee-colour and white cotton. For the edge: lat Row : With coloured cotton work one doable into a picot of gimp, one chain, one double into next, three chain, pass over one picot, one treble into next, three chain, one treble into same pieot, three chain. Repeat from the beginning of the row. 2nd Row: With white cotton one doable into one chain of last row, four «hain, nine doubles under three cha:n be- tween the two trebles, four chain. Re- peat from the beginning of the row. 3rd Row. With coloured cotton one treble into fourth of four chain, one chain, pasp over one stitch, one treble into the next, one chain, pass over one stitch, one treble into the next, one chain, two doa- ble trebles, separated by three chain into mest stitch, one chain, one treble into jacxt stitch* one chain pass over one J stitch, one treble into th« next, repeat "a from * once more, then repeat from the beginning ...

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FASHIONS. A Lady Correspondent of the West [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

FASHIONS. A Lady Correspondent of the West Australian, writing from Loudon, says: How to corer an unsightly marble mantl0 bas for some years exercised the ingenuity deft fingers, and I think one of the pretties* i contrivances is the peacock design. I give i* in detail, aa it can be accomplished at home. Some believe peacock feathers to be unlucky -I am sure they are !-and I have long abjured them, even in fireside fans. But I am not bound to protect my neighbours' luck-so here goes : Take twice the length of a strip of olive felt sufficiently deep for a lambrequin ; fold it together four times, and baste firmly ; baste sheets of commercial j note paper, cut in half length-wise, across I the bottom edge, several rows of basting be- j ing required. Then cut the fringe according | to the ruled lines, wii h great accuracy and neatness. Now fold the felt, all the basting threads having been removed, into box pleats j an eighth of a yard broad, alternating with a j plain space of similar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. A NEW SERIAL STORÎ. BY ¿¿.MES PAYN, Author of " Lost Sir Mas singberd," "A Grape on a Thora," "By Proxy," " Whot lie cost her," "High Spirits," &c, . &c., &c. ENTITLED THE HfclK OF AGES, Considered by the author on« of his best tales trill be continued in the SATUR »AY'S SUPPLEMENT of the WEST AtTSTRA'LlAÍÍ- to be published today, Saturday, March 27. . ALSO, A COMPLETE TALE - A CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR MINE HOST, C '? ? »fe« WJBST AUSTRALIAN. Price with Supplement-2d. . / H. D. HINSBY HAS been favored with instructions to j Bell privately the following stock, | for various owners ¡ 20 head Saddle and Pack florees ) The Thorough-bred Horse " Sir j Isaac " by Angler &c, pedigree and | particulars on application 800 head mixed Cattle in good condition j 4000 fat Wethers j 1000 Ewes, all ages | 100 well-bred Bama. 1 For farther particulars apply to- 1 H. D. HINSBY, ! Stock and Station Agent, Roebourne. 1 CIRCULAS. THE NORTHAM TEMPERANCE ...

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THE WESTERN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

'rHE WESTERN MAIL. J73 published Weekly. It contains all the Newi of the Week, Farm and Station Eeporte Sporting, Stones, Humour, Ladies' Column, eic. AGENTS: ' PEBTH. Mr. 1'. G. Molloy ALBAKT.Mr E Tunney ABTHCE EIVEE. Messrs F & C Piesse BEVERLEY . Mr H H ¡Sewoll BMBOETOWN . Mr A W Moulton Stttrfefeln ., Mr B Forrest etitinna . Mr WL "Gibbs CABJÎÀBVON . Mr. B. Cleveland DONGABBA ., Mr S F Moore FsEifisxtE . Mr £ A Archdeacon " " ? . Mr J Fordham GERALDTON . Mr T W Stroud GBEEKOÜOH . Mr Edward Gray ÏATHBBOO, VICTOBIA/ 0 *U$i}Le XiïlBERLEt ... Messrs Youngman, Holmes & Co. NEWCASTLE ,. Mr C S Monger VOBTKAK , . Mr G L Throssell BOEBOUENE . Mr Frederick Pearse Y ABBE ... ... ... Mr AB Pries WILLIAMS BITEB ... Mr F &C Piesse TOKE ... ... Mr H J Horley JjOHDDN : Gordon & Gotch, St. Bride Street, « Ludgate Circus " Bates,Hendy and. Co 75, Walbrook; " !H Watson, 150, Fleet Street, E " G. Street, 30, Cornhill " ? F. Algor, 8, Clements Lone MKLBOcaKE -. Gardo...

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FIRST DAY, EASTER MONDAY. MAIDEN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

FIRST DAY, EASTER MONDAY. MAIDEN PLATE. Oi £25. To start at 1 p.m. For horses that have ' never won an advertised race at time of eater, (Hacks and Hurry Scurry ex- cepted) ; one mile ; heats ; weights for age ; ent ance £110s. RAILWAY STAKES. Of £20, To start at 2 pm- Distance one and half miles : weights for age ; entrance £110s. SELLING RACE. Of £20. To start at 2*45 pm. If entered ' to be sold for £40 ; weight for age ; if for £35 allowed 71bs ; if for £30 allowed 141bs ; if for £25 aUowedailbs ; if for £20 allowed 28Ibs ; if for £15 allowed 351bs ; if for £10 allowed 42lbB; if for £5 allowed 491bs ; if for nil 561bs ; distance once round the course ; entrance £1 10s ; heats. Winner to be sold bj auction immediately after the race, with all engage ments, SUTDIUS to go to the Club. EASTER Ha-NDICAP. Of £100. To start at 3*45 p m ; two miles ; nomination £2 ; acceptance £2 ; entrance £1 ; every subscriber of £5 to this race may nom- inate and run a horse in this race free of pay- ...

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YORK RACES 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

YORK HACES T8B6. The above races will take place ort Easier ! Monday and Tuesday, 26th and 27th ^pril. ¡ STEWARDS :~Messrs.Chas. Harper, M.L.C., E Keane, E. Hamersley, Geo. Parker, J. M, Craig, Chailes Edwards. Edward Parker, F. Craig.W. L. Hoops and J. F Hancock. JUDGE. -Mr. C. A. Paterson. STABTEB :-Mr. Jas. | Craig. CLUBK OF THE COUBSE :-. . HAKDICAPPEB:-Mr. W. B. Mitchell.

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WEST AUSTRALIAN TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

j WEST AITSTEAXIAîr TUET CLUB. ?PATRON-His Excellency the Governor, Sir Frederick Napier Broome, K.C.M.G. STEWARDS-Dr.~Waylen, Messrs. John For- rest, Alex. Forrest, Thomas Barges, G. F. Eliot, W. È: Marmion, M. Brown. SÏAÎTER-E. T. Hooley. CLERK OF THE COURSE-George Parker. JUDGE-J. B. Boe. HANMCAPPEB-W. B.Mitchell. The Autumn Bacc meeting of the above Club will take place on Tuesday, the 13th April, 1886, when the following races will be run : 1. -MAIDEN PLATE, £30. To start at noon. Open to all horses that have never won an advertised race (hacks excepted) on the W. A. Turi Club Course, or on any course beyond the limits of the Colony. Entrance, £1 10s; weights for age. Distance 1£ miles, 2. -LAOIES' BRACELET, Handicap. To start at 12-30. For a Bracelet valued 20 guineas. Horses to be nominated by Ladies and ridden by members of the Club only. Minimum weight, dst. Gibs. Nomination, 10s,, acceptances, 10s., and entrance £1. Distance li miles. 3. -AUTUMN HANDICAP, £40, with a sweep...

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NORTH WEST JOCKEY CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. MAY 25th AND 26th, 1886. 1ST DAY. MAIDEN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

NORTH WEST JOCKEY CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. MAY 25th AND 26th, 1886. 1ST DAY. MAIDEN PLATE. Value £40 ; distance li miles ; Weights for age; Entrance Fee £210s. To start at 12 a.m. ROEBOURNE FLATS. Value ¿550 ; Handicap race ; distance 2 mileB. Nominations to be sent in by 1st March ; weights declared 10th March ; acceptances close 1st May ; Nomination Fee 20s ; accept- ance 40s. ; second horse receives £5. To start at 12-45 p.m. SELLING. EACE Value £- ; once round the course ; weights forage ; winner to be sold for ¿658 ; selling allowance of 71bs for each ¿610 reduction in J selling price ; Entrance Fee 25s ; To start at ¡ 1-30 pm. HACK EACE, Value £- ; once round the course ; weights lOst. Entrance Fee 10B ; to start at 2-30 pm. - MEMBERS' CUP. A Cup value £30, with £- added; for dis- trict bred horses only ; distance 1 mile ; weights for age ; Entrance Fee 30s ; To start at 3-15 pm. SAPLING STAKES. Value £- ; distance 6 furlongs ; for 2 year old colts, 8stl01bs; fillies Sst 71b. Swe...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

SECOND Di-F. BREEDERS' PLATE, Jem. To start at 11-30. Sweepstake of £1 5s. to go to 2nd | horse. Distance 1¿ wiles. Weight for age. CARNARVON Cor, ¿840. To start at 12. Sweepstake of £2 to go to 2nd horse. Handicap minimum 7eh LADIES' GIFT, £20. To start at 2. Sweepstake of £1 5s. to go to 2nd horse. Distance li miles. Weight for age. HURDLE RACE, £25. , To start at 2-45. Sweepstake of <£1 10s. to go to 2nd horse. Distance li miles, over 6 flights of hurdles, 3ft. 6in. high. Welter weights for age. HURRY SCURRY, £10. To start at 3-30. Sweepstake of £i. Winner to be sold for .£10. Surplus to go to Bace Fund. Selling allowance of 71b. for every ¿65. Distance f mile. Heats. Welter weights for age. FORCED HANDICAP, £'M. To start at 4-45. Sweepstake vf £1 to go to 2nd horse. Optional to losers, compulsory to the win- ners. Welter weights for age.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

Uncle : " I hear yon take dancing leasons ; how do you like waltzing f " Nephew : " Oh very macht Bat the lady is always in my way." " Worse luok too," says Mrs. Biddlecombe, who, having to go oat early on « frosty morn« ing, came a oropper. " Let's help you up, mum," said the nasty, impertinent fellow, " here's a bobby a-oommin', and they don't allow sUdin* on the pavement." A simple fellow onoe said of a famous beauty, "I could have courted and married her easy enough, if I'd wanted to." " And pray why didn't you?" asked his friend. " Oh, when I proposed to her, yon see, she . took me on one aide and politely asked to be exoueed, and BO I excused her." Gentleman (who has stepped upon her dreBs): " A thousand pardons, madam." Lady (pleasantly): "It'sof no consequence, sir." What ehe said of him : " Awkward, stupid fellow 1 My gathers are all ton ont, and I've got to go home." What he said to himself: "Confoundedly ridiculous fashion, theae trains in the street t Make a man look lik...

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ABOVE THE MOUNTAIN MIST. [CASSELL'S FAMILY MAGAZINE, JANUARY, 1886.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

"i -t l III : AjÊBOVE THE MOUNTAIN MIST. ' V-¿^A8¿EM/S FAMIÍY MA&AZINB, JAÑU v;;* . v : ; ABY, -I886.3 .r ' ? ? J,Tö morrow is Marjory's birtnday," «sid the Laird. ** What shall we give ; "Jier?" ' ' They, were all out after dinney on 1¿ ;;^he low stone terrace of the old grey Vi. s'ca^tlè,' drinking their coffee, and " watching the broad sheet of gold jepread across the lough, as the moon rose behind Ben Lomond's solemn '. heiglit. '* What do you want, my pet ?" and " 'ie slid his arm round Margie's slen- der shoulders, us she Bet beside him, " "wrapped in a soft cloud of white Woollen drapery, upon the carved stone .. haiusirade. 1 ' Oh, I want nothing, papa ! I think I\e everything I could possibly need ^kcept-HBxcept a little nit of wliite heather." .= - . Everybody laughed, except Anj Colquhoun. It takes little to ex< mirth among a party of guests in pleasant country-house, who hi dined well, and. have no heavier ci than how to settle to morrow's amu ments. I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

A good story is told of a French advocate ;: who made it a Tale never to take up a case in which lie did not thoroughly believe. One day he chanced to be entertaining a distin- guished company at dinner, when he waa in- . formed that a client urgently requested a few minutos' interview. It turned ont to be a man whose acquittal on the charge of steal- ing a watch he "had that morning procured. Appearances had been strongly against tíie prisoner, who, it was thought, had been nota little assisted by the .character of his counsel. Doubtless, the poor fellow was impatient to ' express his gratitude, and an audience waa . not unwillingly accorded. He looked some- what abashed at the presence of the guests ; but, reassured by the kindly tone of tneiost, - began: "Monsieur, it is about that watch." »" Yes, my friend; I congratulate yon on the triumphant vindication of your inno- cence." "Then the trial is quité over F* - i " Why, of course t" " And I can't .be triedj j again?" "Certainly ...

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Woman's Sympathy. Lady Corrington visited the siek in the Sydney Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

Woman's Sympathy. ¿\ Lady Corrinstou visited the siek in the Sydney - Hospital, ". Assiduous ceremony, oold, though kind, -, . Mere ohannel aeema of homely love run dry. '?" Is heartless show of public charity The only boon we outcast sick may find P Oh, Christ! heal not the body; but the mind Console with welcome, to the family Of man returned. Thy doomed severity Forbidding love, I ask thy hell, resigned. Ah, soothing touch ! A gentle hand, highborn, With mine a human kinship makes. A glow ~_ Kevives love's hearth with sympatbetio sigh, That asks, a sister's tight, with one folorn To weep and prayiSweetSaviour'spowerilknow Bedemotion in this woman's sympathy. _ w.E. ?

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RECEIPTS. TOMATO DISHES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Mail — 27 March 1886

RECEIPTS. TOMATO DISHES. I STUFFED.-1. Take as many tomatoes aa there will be people to eat them ; out a round pieoe off the top of each, and with a small spoon remove all the pips, which put on one side. Then make a stuffing of eaohalots, mushrooms, and breadcrumbs, in the propor- tion of 10 eschalots and ¿lb. of mushrooms for every 10 tomatoes ; mince the eschalots separately and very sfciall, and toss them in a saucepan with some butter. When cooked, add the mushrooms, also cut np small, with parsley, salt and pepper, and enough bread* crumbs to make a good thick paste. Strain the tomato pips, and with the juice moisten the stuffing, after whioh divide the latter in- to as many portions as tbere are tomatoes, inserting one into the hollow of each tomato. Then recover the vegetables with the round pieoes out off the top ; place them in a dish large enough to osntain all, near one another, pore over them two tablespoonfuls of olive oil, bake in the oven for half an hour and serve (...

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