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FOOTBALL. THE AUSTRALIAN GAME. A FEW CRITICISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

FOOTBALL.   THE AUSTRALIAN GAME. A FEW CRITICISMS. "Spot" Chadwick was, as was generally expected, whitewashed by the W.A.F.A. The Easts readied this decision by threa- tening to resign of "Spot" were passed out. The other delegates apparently, the majority certainly, were greatly awed by the determination of the East representa- tives, and caved in unmistakably.     Mitchell, several days after the event had   happened, was called before the committee and said that he did not see Chadwick make a blow at him. Yet, in support of Mr. Hanley's charge, Mr. Cecil, a South Fremantle delegate, said that it was Chadwick who had made the   effort, and that it was very cowardly at that.     Mithchell is Mitchell, the same ex-Han- nans ex-Boulder man, and anyone who   knows Goldfields football during the last few years doubtless knows Mitchell. So   why worry?   &am...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CRICKET. The Australian Eleven. ENGLISH FIXTURES JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

28. Essex, at Leyton, 31. Sussex, at Brighton. AUGUST.   7. Hampshire, at Southampton. 11. Fifth Test, at Kennington Oval. 14. Merylebone, at Lord's. 18. Gloucestershire, at Cheltenham.     21. Kent, at Canterbury. 25. Middlesex, at Lord's.         28. Lancashire, at Liverpool. SEPTEMBER.             1. An English Eleven, at Harrowgate.     4. C. I.Thornton's Eleven, at Scarborough. The Somerset-Australian Eleven match, concluded yesterday-week, resulted in a draw. The game was in a most interesting posi- tion when rain put a stop to it. Somerset had made 274 and 315, while the Australians had scored 348 in their first innings. The visitors were thus set 242 to win, and had two hours to get them in. With 16 on the board Trumper was out l.b.w. to Gill for 5, when the rain came on, and so the ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE SIMULTANEOUS MISSION THE GUILTY GEIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

THE SIMULTANEOUS MISSION THE GUILTY GEIL. William Blackwall writes:—I notice in a daily paper of the 18th that the   guileful Geil has been further displaying his ignorance and pandering to his hearers by traducing spiritualism; his own stale jokes and parodies on religion evidently having ended (the suggested balance-sheet which is "not" forth- coming probably hastening his con- clusions), so he in his usual "Christian" spirit retorts upon other systems to gain the applause of his audience. Apropos of the above, it is interesting to note that several gentlemen, both clerical and lay, have the courage to express their opinion of the meetings, and it is certain they do not stand alone in this respect, and that a large number of intelligent and religious persons are of the same mind. Anyone who has read the daily reports in the papers of the utterances of this so-called missionary will come to the conclusion that they are not   Based on the Gospel of the New ...

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BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

Alf Webber, the host of the Cosmopolitan Hotel, announces that nominations for his billiard tournament close to-morrow. Atractive prices are offered, and it is ex- pected that there will be a liberal response from knights of the Cue. The table is in excellent order, and the room is one of the best in the city.      

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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RAILWAY ECONOMY. SHORT-WEIGHTED WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

RAILWAY ECONOMY.   SHORT-WEIGHTED WOOD. "Wood-cutter" writes :—I should     like to say a few words in your valu- able columns regarding the economy practised by the Department in the loco. branch. A few weeks ago tenders were called for the supply of firewood, to be delivered at three places, namely —Perth, Fremantle, and Midland Junction. In the specifications it is printed "each cord of wood shall be equal to 30 cwt. of good, sound, solid wood." Further, "measurement shall either be by truck or stack." Now, truck measurement was carried out by the ex-contractor, F. Stephens. As is the practice by other buyers of wood, seven cords of wood were given for Class R trucks and three cords for G trucks. Now, what I want to point out to the community of this State, who bear the burden of taxation, is that if the Railway Department let a contract for the supply of fuel or otherwise it should see that such con- tract is carried out according to specif...

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The Sunday Times SUNDAY, JULY 27, 1902. NO CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

THE SUNDAY TIMES SUNDAY, JULY 27, 1902         NO CONFIDENCE. WHEN the late Mr. Leake was called upon to form an administration he outlined a definite democratic pro- gramme and proclaimed it to the public with a boldness that gave invigorating   hope to the people. It was felt that, at last, the old regime of nepotism and turpitude was passing away and that the tocsin had sounded to summon the defenders of honest administration to gather under his standard. The energy with which he conducted his campaign, the defiance he hurled in the conservative camp, and the distinct rallying cry to the fearless democrats, which he again and again reiterated from the platform, made a clear line of cleavage between the promised new order of things and the easy going polities, fraught with cupidity and corruption, of the effete regime with its Moscows or Marengos in the shape   of Ice Frauds and Kurrawangs. Un- happily f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHY HAVE A GOVERNOR? [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

WHY HAVE A GOVERNOR ?   EVIDENTLY our article last week on the departure of Sir Arthur Lawley has stimu- lated thought on the appointment of his successor, for during the week no less than   three notices of motion on the subject have   been placed on the business paper of the Assembly. Mr. Hopkins proposes that the Home Office be asked to withhold making any appointment for the approaching   vacancy until the present Parliament has dealt with Constitutional reform. That may be a very indefinitely long time to wait, and for the present Mr. Hopkins' reasons for this unlimited procrastina- tion are not clear. Mr. Taylor, by his notice of motion, suggests that we should hand over the Governorship to the Chief Justice, and dispense altogether with appointments from England. This is com- mendable so far as local patriotism is con- cerned, but it is questionable if the Chief Justice would be able for any lengthened period to give satisfa...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LASHLAND LORDS. OUTBACK BULLIES. NIGGER-DRIVING CONSTABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

LASHLAND LORDS OUTBACK BULLIES.   NIGGER-DRIVING CONSTABLES If the police force at the metropolis can contain such men as Pilmer and Drewery   have proved themselves in the past to be we may very naturally expect that as the   radios from official supervision extends the more likely are we to find black sheep in the     constabulary flock. Our correspondent has   sent us from the Nor'-west goldfields an   account of a policeman stationed at Nulla- gine, which is clear evidence that either   Commissioner Hare has no influence over   the force he affects to control, or if he has he is too perverse to authoritatively use it. There is yet possible the supposition that he has not outgrown those lashland associations   of the early days of the West, when magis- trates and the police combined to defy the   laws of civilization and humanity in their ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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CYNICAL SYNOPSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

CYNICAL SYNOPSIS "All the venal crowd." —BYRON.   Geil and his gold are gone. We miss Drewery badly—or gladly. Since his departure the frequent collisions between citizens and constables have ceased. Another city councillor gone on a trip. Perhaps after all the city could be run with- out aldermen altogether—and to advantage. The Perth Council are ambitions. They want the use of Parliament House for then deliberations as soon as the present occu- pants move out. Seddon is still to the fore in England generally dictating to the Motherland how she shall manage Maoriland and the small fry. Now that the rabbits have got well into W.A the Lands Department are deter- mined to fence them in and have let a num- ber of contracts for the job.   We have penalties for watered milk, shortweight bread, and diseased meat ; but   when will the Gas Company be prosecuted for diluted electric light? Ponderous Piesse has already given notice   of a st...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GIVE THE FIELDS A CHANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

            GIVE THE FIELDS A CHANCE. BY DRYBLOWER. [The Godrey-King divorce case, which has been shocking Perth for a fortnight past by washings of dirty linen, is to be tried over again, as the jury disagreed. As it will probably be re-tried in Kalgoorlie, so that local influence will be avoided, the Gold- fields capital will have a chance of hearing this cause celebre.—News note] By all means give the Fields a chance To hear the case of Krug ; Kalgoorlie, too, must surely long To leam about the liaison And surreptitious hag. The stolen hole-and-corner kiss, The amorous advance,     For two long weeks has pampered Perth, The case reviewed with modest mirth— So give the Fields a chance. For two long weeks did Godfrey prove That Krug was rather gay, Likewise the ancient Krug was sure No heart was anything so pure As his in W. A. For weeks had witnesses described   Lov...

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WOES OF A WIFE. DISOWNED AND DESERTED. THE POLICE REFUSE TO ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

WOES OF A WIFE. DISOWNED AND DESERTED. THE POLICE REFUSE TO ACT. The law, the lawyers, and the law ad- ministrators and guardians are very often all asses, as the story of Mrs. Pratley will demonstrate. Mrs. Pratley is a cripple, her misfortune falling upon her in consequence of a serious operation. But our readers would perhaps prefer to have her story in her own words:—It is three years and six months now since I obtained a separation order from my husband. The order in- cluded maintenance, and was granted by Mr. Quinlan. My husband was ordered to   pay 30s. per week for the support of myself and children. I applied for separation be- cause I discovered that my husband was living with a woman named Mrs. Campbell at Subiaco. He was away from home, and for a time I did not suspect him, as I thought he was looking after the coaches or busses. He was then in business as a bus proprietor, and his work would often keep him away from home at nights. At last I found out that ...

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GODFREY'S GORDIAN KNOT POLLUTION, PERJURY, AND PELF. THE JEWS THAT BAFFLED THE JURY. DEMAND FOR DOBSONIAN DIVORCE DEMONSTRATED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

GODFREY'S GORDIAN KNOT POLLUTION, PERJURY, AND PELF. THE JEWS FOR DOBSONIAN DIVORCE DEMONSTRATED. The protracted divorce trial Godfrey v. Godfrey and Krug, with the perjuries on   both sides and the flood of coin to witnesses, is a social revelation which its unsatisfac- tory results force into disagreeable pro- minence. That young impecunious Godfrey should be able to emply costly counsel to endeavor to sever from his equally impe-     cunious spouse, equally defended by highly- paid lawyers, suggests that the proceedings were rather a battle between rival money- lenders than a bona fide domestic imbroglio, The Godfreys appear in the drama more like the respective weapons of Hebrew   money-counter combatants than a couple of soiled turtle-doves marred in the mating. That the wife should screen Krug and the husband Seeligson may be only natural under   the circumstances, but we are certainly ob- scured in our judgment ...

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THE SWEATING CURSE. POLISH JEWS. Suits Made in Hovels. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

Suits Made in Hovels   "Anti-Sweater" writes:—I do not wish   to abuse any party or individual, but simply to call the attention of Parliament and the public to a terrible evil growing in our faor city of Perth, and which is far more serious to the workers than any bubonic plague scare can possibly be. I think it was Sir John Forrest who said, "if you want a wrong made right, then there was no paper in our midst, only the SUNDAY TIMES, to expose that grievance." The late Mr. Leake was also credited in one of his humorous speeches with saying that he   would as soon go without his Sunday   breakfast as to miss the SUNDAY TIMES even if it was to only get a breeze from "Dryblower." Hence through so valuable   a medium I desire to expose that terrible curse in the tailoring and clothing trade, vix, the               Polish Jew Sweate...

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For the Farmers. RURAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

RURAL TOPICS Land values increasing.   Demand for good farming properties greater than ever. Good dairy stock continue scarce. A few hundred head would meet with a ready   market. A good demand exists for store sheep. Aged ewes are also inqnired for, and prices at present are in favor of sellers. In the early districts shearing commences next month. The clip will be a light one, owing to the continued drought of the past summer. In some flocks the wool is faulty,   attributable to the same cause.   The produce market is more animated   than it has been for several weeks past. The demand for most kinds from the farm, dairy and garden is brisk, and in many line supplies are short.         Hedge planting should receive attention. If time will not permit of much of the land   for a hedge row being broken up, a strip about 16 to 18in. in width will suffice to ...

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A Mammoth Apple Orchard. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

A Mammoth Apple Orchard. Ex-Governor Morrill has been setting out 97,000 apple trees on his farm in the southern part of Leavenworth Co., Kansas. When this work is completed he will have the largest apple orchard in one body in the United States, and, so far as known, in the world. It will contain 880 acres, upon which will stand 64,000 trees. Judge Wellhouse and Son now have more acres in apple than any other firm, but their plantations are divided. Three years ago Governor Morrill bought 880 acres of land, and with Mr. Francis B. Goble started out to establish the largest orchard in the country. Go- vernor Morill furnishes the land and trees. Mr. Goble acts as superintendent. Each pays half the cost of labor, and for 15 years they divide profits equally. 'At the end of   that time everything goes to Governor Mor- rill. Basing his opinion on Judge Well-   house's experience, Governor Morrill be- lieves that the full crop six years or more after planting wi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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For Incubator Beginners. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

For Incubator Beginners, 8ummer is the time to begin with incu- bators. Practice first, and then get ready for winter and early season months. To wait till winter and then try to hatch is unwise, owing to the losses that may occur should a failure result. The first batch is everything if the work begins late, but if done now, while eggs are cheap, any failure resulting will not be very costly. Then, again, it is easier to raise the chicks in the warmer months, and the practice with a brooder will be beneficial. The mistake made by most beginners is that they begin hatching with incubators in the rush of the season, and do not give themselves time to learn enough about the business. They start oout and buy an incubator when they collect their early eggs, and tehn take   the risk of good or bad results. There is another point, which is, that to fail with     the first hatch of early eggs means three weeks of lost time, as well as of valuable eggs...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

To get extra small bantams hatch them in Febrnuy or March and the early fall months. Fowls like newly-cut grass; give them   all they want of it. The clippings from a lawn mower are just the thing for them. The modern English Game fowl is too long legged to produce a first-class table bird. Still many are short in the leg, and such might be used.     The troublesome garden weed, parsley is much liked by fowls kept in yards, and to feed it to themis about the only way to kill it. Red pepper may be fed to poultry in mo- derate quantities with good results, but do not make their food so strong with it that you could not swallow it yourself. It is a good plan to give each house a thorough fumigation. We have found this   is easily done by wetting sulphur with kero- sene oil and touching the mixture with a   match. Perches should not be used for chicks of the heavier breeds, as there is a tendency to deformity if the chicks...

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POLITICAL PLUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

POLITICAL PLUMS. By AN M.L.A. The No-confidence debate has come and almost gone. Truly it is a no-confidence debate, because the Opposition has no con- fidence in the Government, or in themselves either. With a splendid case to handle, they haye frittered their chances away. In   the first instance, they delivered themselves   bound hand and foot to the Government, by making a compact that all references to the   personal charges which characterised last session should be tabooed, and that they should indulge only in the most genteel political cut and thrust. Not only were the points of the swords to be blunted, but they were To be Smeared with Honey. It was an adroit arrangement by the Go- vernment, because it took away the grava- men of the opposition attack in regard to Mr. George's appointment. The hideous scandal of that act lay in the fact that Mr. George's silence in the Spear-Parker case was the commodity which the Leake Govern- ment so...

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WEST AUSTRALIAN GRASSES THEIR ECONOMICAL USES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

WEST AUSTRALIAN GRASSES THEIR ECONOMICAL USES.   BY FRED TURNER, F.L.S., F.R.H.S., ETC. Astrebla pectinate (F.V.M.) —This is one of the famous "Mitchell" grasses which some pastoralists and stockmen regard as     the best of all native grasses, both for its   drought-enduring qualities for its fatteninig properties. On rich soils this perennial grass grows into large tussocks, and in ordinary seasons will yield a great amount of rich, succulent herbage, which is much relished by all herbivora. Its thick, wiry roots penetrate the earthy to a great depth, which enables the plant to withstand the Most Protracted Drought, and for this reason it is a most valuable stand-by for stock during adverse times. When this grass becomes so dry during a long period of drought that the stems and leaves break to pieces, stock may be seen licking them off the ground, and they seem to fatten on this feed, notmthstanding its uninviting appearance. An ...

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Diseases of the Pig and Their Practical Treatment. WOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 July 1902

Diseases of the Pig and Their Practical Treatment WOUNDS. Wounds may be divided into two kinds namely, lacerated, or those having a large surface, each as are caused by cuts, tears bites, etc., and punctured ; or those which have a small surface, bnt will penetrate deep into the tissues, for example, stabs with forks, nail pricks, etc. Whenever a wound is bleeding sufficiently to endanger the animal's life, the first atten- tion must be directed to stopping the flow of blood, and this may be done by tying the bleeding vessel in places where this is ex- posed, by placing on bandages accompanied by pressure on the wounded part, by sewing   or otherwise securing the edges of the wound together, and the application of cold water.   If the bleeding be from a wound in a   limb, and the blood is of a brighter color, a   bandage placed firmly round the limb on the side of the wound nearest the heart will have a great influence in checking ...

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