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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

THE SC03DA7 CTEES 2B sow ^^Alsbfid SIMULTANEOUSLY FERfFK, FEratöTTtE, KAI/3O0KLIE, COODARDIE & KANOWNA, A^q»te«MaiaedautJUglM»utSniidaytr(aB our Agwifn in«t Winiam» fa each Town. 8 PAGES. INSURANCE. SUN INSURANCE OFFICE OF LONDON. ESTABLISH CD A.D. 1T10. Capital ~ ~ £2,400,000. Inverted Fonds ~ £2,086,104. WEST AUSTRALIA H BRANCH. DIRECTORS : W. T. LOTON. ESQ. JAMES MORRISON, ESQ. . C. G. FOULKES, Esß. BANK OFNEWSOUTH WALES. AUDITORS r MESSRS. H. H. HOLMAN & Ca MANAGER AND UNDERWRITER: JOHN S. PEARSON. Fire Tuf"?*"*» Policies granted on every description, of rwyetli at Lowest Current Sates. . For full particulars and Proposal Forms apply to the Manager, Perth, or to any of the Company's agents. Agnats nt nearly every toamsUß ikrtmghottt the Colony, HEAD OFFICE-282 St George's Terrace, Telephon* No. 4SBL Perth. THE Colonial fgamml f£& As- áronle Soxietj, ESTABLISHED 1873a The OFFICES of the Society have now been REMOVED to the KEW PREMISES. ST. GEORGE'S TERRAC...

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THE LEGENDARY KANOWNA NUGG[?]T. A ROMANTIC THEORY. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

THE LEGENDiRY EANOWNA MUGG1T. . A ROMANTIC THEORY. The "Knaowna Herald" retails the following story as the means of solving ; the local nugget mystery:-One w manee was very interseting, and wat thus retailed, by a prominent citizen:' , Three mates unearthed the big nugget, and intending to make Kalgoorlie, and. avoid Kanowna with their valuable bur- den, found themselves in the vicinity, of the Government dam, near the Bab*- - gundi-road. Here a dispute arose be- .: tween the mates, and one, who had «V : revolver in his possession, shot another -. in the heat of the moment. Hie wonna proving to be fatal, the remaining imo put their heads together to devise some s. scheme whereby the «Urse of their matee \ death might be unsuspected. A fire í was made, and the body of the mur- J dered man charred beyond recognition- f \ The twain, an Irishman and a Victorian, >| distracted at what they had done, wan- J dered aimlessly through the night, andi ;| some time later found themselves in ...

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ENGLISH GUNNERS AND THE BATTLE OF MANILA. STARTLING STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

"ENGLISH GUNKERS AND THE BATTLE OF MANILA. STAETLLtîG ST-ATEMENT. " The "St. James's Gazette" of Joly-14 re- ceived a somewhat startling abor/ %itii refer- ence to the hattie of Manila from Mr. R. B." Canninghame-Graham in the form of thé fol- ~ lowing letter: "Sir,-The excellent gunnery exhibited by Commodore Dewey's squadron at Manila λ said to be accounted for by the fact that: most of the chief gunners on board bis .skip* ; were Englishmen decoyed from oar Chinese squadron by the promise of SOO dollars wages ' a month. Surely some impartial' member of-: Parhament wül have sn cient courage t».spot . a question on this matter.-I am, air, jwor ' obedient servant, H. B. CDNNINGHAMME-GEAHAM. . 28 Margaret-street, Cavendiah Square, W-». July 13." This statement was obviously one of con-. siderable importance, and with a view of ob- ; taming further particulars in regard to it, a . representative-of "St. James's Gazette" Bought i an interview with Mr. Crmninghame-QrahMP,. which that g...

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Sunday Times. SUNDAY, AUGUST 21, 1898. A VERY BLUE BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

Jlmtkg Firnes. SUNDAY, AUGUST 21, 1898. A VERY BLUE BUDGEE. On Thursday evening last Sir John Forrest had to peform one of the most humiliating tasks which has ever fallen to the lot of a public man in the Austra- lian colonies. His speech of three hoars' duration may well be summarised in the words of the Anglican General Confes- sion-' We have done those things we should not have done, and have left un- done those things we should have done." The speech was a prolonged cry of "peccavi," and most of its sentences would have sounded more in harmony with accepted ideas had they come from the front Opposition Bench. In fact, it will not be difficult for members of the Opposition to utter condemnation of the Government in the coming debate. All they have to do is to paraphrase Sir John Forrest's own remarks. He has deliver- ed himself bound into the hands of the Philistines. * * * - » And what a tale it was he had to tell After seven years of unexampled pro- sperity, with capital flowi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

WEIDEUBAH'S STARTLING RECORD BARGAIN STIIJL coaLsra?i2¿T"crESo SALE WOroEBFUL CHEAP IKES AEE ADDED FOE THE COMUG WEEK EVERY LIFE MUST BE CLEAEED BEFOSE THE SEASOFS OTEE. the WETDENBACrFS POPULAS SALE PRICES. TN LADIES' and CHILDREN'S HOISERT at EXACTLY ONE-HALF USUAL PRICE. 400 doz. Ladies' and Maids' Black Cotton Hose (plain and ribbed), 3d pair, were Gd. SOO doz. Ladies' and Maids' Black Cashmere Hose (plain and ribbed), Gd pair, were la 850 doz. ditto, 9d, ls, ls 6d, ls lld, were ls 6d, 2B, 3S, and 3s lld pair.' ' Only 20 Boxes Beaver Trimmings leftat 2d per yard. Few Hundred Bead Dress Ornaments, ls each, were 6s to 12s. WETOENBACrTS MOST POPULAR SALE PRICES FOR THIS WEEK PREVAIL THROUGHOUT THE SHOWROOM Ladies' Flannelette Knickers, 3d and 9d pair. Ladies' Flannelette Chemises, ll§d. Ladies' Ribbed Undervests, 3d each. Ladies' Black Cloth Capes, ls lld, were 10s 6d each. WETDENBACrTS POPULAR SALE PRICES CONTINUE in LADIES and MATHS' MACKINTOSHES. Only about 50 left. All at 2s ll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

^GIBSON'S IS KOW OPEN. Pilfers sent through port by country cus . tornera receive careful attention and are .executed by a staff of assistants, -whose entire I time is-devoted to these orders, so that cus- tomers unable to come to town may rely ya having their wants supplied with as mach care as if they selected toe goods them- selves. Country customers who wish to secure any . «f the Bargains quoted below must order tauiiiptiy, as the Aomn-nt] for them is very great and they sell out rapidly. Our terms are pn.fch and we cannot execute any order unless accompanied by remittance. BARGAINS in STOVES At FOY and GIBSON'S WINTER FAIR. No. 1 New Sunbeam, One Fire Stove, the easiest cooker and cleanest burning stove on tiie market, 24in_ long, 60s. A complete list sent post free. Pirate Alarm Clocks, 4s; A menean Wood Clocks. 8-day, with gong, 15s; 5-Pint Seltzogenes, 17s; Wringers, Hin., best rubber rollers, 14s; Enterprise Meat "Mm«ng Machines, Ko. 5 7s 64, No. 10 12s; Hartshorn's Spring...

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OUR GRIEVANCE COLUMN. RIFLE SHOOTING IN W.A. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

QUE GRIEVANCE COLIÍMN. RIFLE SHOOTING IN W.A. Sir,-IB the last issue of your valuable 'paper I -was pleased to see a, letter by an old volunteer. In the last few yean rifle shooting in this colony has become Jkearly defunct; in fact, since the Im- perial officers have been in command far th« bist lé or 15 years, rifle shooting baa been dying out. I can look baok -iadth. pleasure to the tame when it was on '*« miraged, but, unfortunately, ever sinne imperial officers took command they would have no shooting. It seems use- less to drill men for marching past and water column on tito leading company. Thia kind ol tiling would not do in the late -war, amongst the bush and barbed- wire fences. Our Australian officers are mot to blame, especially if wo had one or two more like Captain Bose, Lieu- tenant Harris, and Major Strickland, tbese officers uphold and would encourage «hooting if some of the other officers had sot such an objection to it, and prefer to see the rifle tossed from hand...

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ALLEGED POLICE FAVORITISM. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

ALLEGED POLICE FAVORITISM. Sir-For jobbery ami favoritism, allow me to commend yon to the Police Depart- ment, as the following will show. Á few weeks back, at a place about seven miles from. Perth, where two hotels are situat- ed, a dance took place. One of these ap- plied for a permit in the usual way to he allowed to extend ita closing hours, -the otho* did not. The police went out and caught the offender, and laid an in- formation in due course, instructing wit Besses to attend court on a certain day. But, to the surprise of one and au, the whole affair was hushed up, which ia, in my opinion, scandalous. -Tours, etc, SUBURBS. The piece of noose firrniture who runs the bankruptcy business in this colony, has been a trifle too frisky of late. Surely it is a trifle undignified for an offic al of the Supreme Court to go around offering to thrash creditors, and generally be- having himself like a prize pugulist out jal employment. This sort of thing is apt to become contagious, and u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

S. F R, E E D M Ä 3ST The Premier Draper i Clothier and Outfitter, of Western Australia. NOTE ADDRESSES: _ TSalB1aIB) mW NO. I SHOP CORNER OF HAY AND WILLIAM STREETS' f «Sida «til B XÍ"TNO- 2 SHOP 462 HAY-STREET, Í ? NO. 3 SHOP 100 YARDS HIGHER UP TOWARDS TOWN HALL; 'i y GOOLO-ARDIE, KAiQOOBLIE, MB3STZIES, .A-ZÈSTD X.02ST3D03ST ZD It I T E Tl -A. I

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EVENINGS FROM HOME. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

WENINGS FEOM HOME. (By the Playgoer.) Owing to the regrettable indisposition of Mr. Charles Cartwright, a change of bill was necessitated on Monday night at Cremorne, and "The Tree of Knowledge" gave place to "A Marriage of Con- venience," an adaptation by Mr. Sydney Grundy of Dumas, pere's, "Un mariage sous Louis Quinze." * * * * In many respects the adaptation is not BO happy as the French version, though the transition is extremely clever. It is, however, an occurrence very rare indeed that a translation comes up to the origi- nal-the mdefinable charm of French comedy is untranslatable. French actors only can interpret it, and then inter- pret it in the vernacular, and to an Eng- lish audience unversed in the language a state of "confusion worse confounded" would be the natural result. * * * * Students of the Latin and Greek authors experience a similar feeling to this when they read their fa- vorite writer in English prose or verse, and however clever the respective merits of "U...

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THEATRICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

THEATRICAL NOTES. (By «The JcJinnie.'') 1 The stage or property pistol is not< riously irnecertain ; either it trill not g off at all, or it goes off at the wron moment. A company playing "The Sol Survivor" a year or two ago in Adelaid was placed in a most uncomfortable pri dicament owing to a failure of thi nature. * * * * The dramatic conclusion of the piec was at hand, and the villain, Sir Jaspei is standing over the bound victim. Th heroine, with unflinching determinatioi refuses to give the information he asks "Then, damn you, die," says Sir Jaspei Before the blade can descend, the pistol fired by an unseen hand, should term: nate the life of the vfllain. . * * * * But the pistol was refractory, and th hammer came down without exploding the cartridge. "Then, damn you, die ! reiterates the actor, hoping that bette success will favor this second attempt oi his stage life. Again it fails; and fo the third time also. * * * * Fortunately, the light-comedy mai was seized w...

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MAN'S REVENGE. (From the German of R. Cronheim.) [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

HAN'S EEVENGE, - (From the German of B. (>c*meim_) They bated each other with a hatred that was ineradicable. Neither had done . the other wrong, but when they met they averted their faces and spit. And yet both were really good fellows, each in his way. The one was a blonde Norseman, tall and strong ; the other dark, narrow-fac- ed, black-eyed, and black-moustached a southern type. At one time they had been Very fond of each other. Anyone who had seen them doing for each other every possible fcinrlnpgg when, as private troopers of the Duteh Foreign Legion, tiley sailed for Sumatra, would have concluded that nothing would Bever their Mehdsbip. All the fatigue and suffering of the Tndian campaign they had stood patient' ly together. .' When the wild Malays at- tacked, and the biawngr bullets whistled . dose by their ears; when more than - one prayed unconsciously :. "0 God, spare : me only this time!" and when everyone was for himself, they thought of each other; when night came, ...

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THE SUPER OF PORTONIA A STORY OF TRUE DISCIPLINE. (Dedicated by permission to all good firemen[?] [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

i THE SUPIfi. OF P08TDHIA A STOKY OF TBUE DISCIPLINE. (Dedkatediy petnÜBtaa io «fl. good firemen^ "Fireman Dunant was projected outwards from the barning building through the action of the ladder, and in response to a cry from the superinten- dent of "-Catch the telephone wires," he threw his arms out and grasped the wires. This enabled bim to ewing, feet downwards, and to break his falL The wires, however, did not stand the strain put upon .them, and the fireman, after swinging down a short distance, was compelled to release his hold. He fell with his feet underneath him, and as he approached the ground he. waa grasped by Supermtendent Fraser, the shock of his contact with the street be- ing thus lessened. Both firemen re- ceived a considerable shock by the falls which they had sustained, .but Dr. Mackenzie, who was summoned to at- tend them, found that on examination that no bones had been broken. . From the " Morning Herald " of August 12] Let me tell yon a yarn of a maa that I k...

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MESSRS. STEWART, DAWSON, AND CO. A PEEP INTO THEIR PERTH ESTABLISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

MISSES. STEWART, DAWSON, ÀNDCO* A PEEP INTO THEIR PERTH ESTAB- LISHMENT. Someone has said, "Ia *he world af-a prise its conquerors mast seek freak-fields openings.'' Hence it is that -Messrs. Ste« Dawson, and Co. have established a branc their business in Perth. During the last 30 years they are well kn by their houses ju London, Sydney, Melbon and Auckland, and their premises in X street will compare favorably with the fi establishments in Begentstxest or Bond-sti London. Neither labor r«>r expense has 1 spared in providing premises for an ex sive bnsiness here that will not only be an nam frit to the city, bnt will serve as sa ample of what industry and energy eau complish. First, let a glance be taken at tbs Jewellery Section. There is very little doubt, that in au jet lery the ring holds the sway in point .of fai especially among the ladies. Hera are mt pretty half-hoops having three or five < monds, the prices ranging from five guinea) £70. It should be said in'pa...

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THE TRUTH ABOUT COLLIE COAL. "VOX'S" STRICTURES CONFIRMED. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

TH! TRUTH ABO HT COLLIE COIL "VOX'S" STEICTDEES CON- FIRMED. The following letter, which: is of rather ancient date, has been forwarded to us from Kalgoorlie. It was originally' sent to the Bunbury "Southern Times," and was refused publication. Hie reason is obvious: (Copy.) The Editor "Southern Times," Bunbury. Sir,-While on the Collie coalfield this week, I made a careful inspection of the coal raised by the Government, and was somewhat ngt/wiialwd to notice the large amount of ''pyrites," "sul- phur," showing from what appears to be the coal from the greatest depth, and, bike all sulphide problems in mining, this particular drawback to coal will not improve in depth in this locality, and it must remain a useless article for all practical purposes,' steam or otherwise. The result of my inspection, and the opinion formed some three years ago, accounts for the reason that I did not select this particular area when allowed to do so, as first proposed to the Gov ernmenjt. Close/ atten...

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A GOVERNMENT PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

A GOVERNMENT PROCLAMA- TION. As will Have been, seen in Wednesday's paper, under the head of "Mining Notes,11 a notice has been published in the "Government Gazette" revoking the proclamation made on November 10 last, by which all lands situated within 40 chains of existing town boundaries were declared to be exempt from occupa- tion under miners' rights for any pur- pose whatever. The proclamation re- ferred to was made in the late Mr. Wît tenoom's time, and was claimed to be legal under clause 22 of the Goldfields Act of 1895. Clause 22 authorises the Governor, on issuing a proclamation, to "except from occupation for fining or for residence or business under any miner's right or business license, any specific portion of Crown lands." This paper called attention to this- curious proclamation at the time it was made, ! and unequivocably declared it to be il- ! legal since neither clause 22 nor any | other clause in the Act allowed land to be thus exempted wholesale under the, plea ...

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ON 'CHANGE. THE STOCK EXCHANGE OF PERTH. TODAY'S QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

ON 'CHANGE. - o THE STOCK EXCHANGE OF PERTH. TODAY'S QUOTATIONS. The following are the btr/ug an>? selling quotations with th« priées of sales effected: Hayley's United, G, s 3a Bellevue Proprietary, CL, b 19s 60^6 21a Block 45, C., s 5s ld. Boulder North Extended, h 1B 6d, « ls lOd. Brookman's Boulder, CL, b 27s, s 28s 6d. Brown Hill Central, b 2s 4d,.s-2s-8d. Chaffer's, O, b 4s 3d. Golcondas, L-, b 4s, s 4s-od, eales ie lid. Golden Zone {pro.), « ls 2d. Kalgoorlie Bank of England, « 23a Kalgoorlie Mint and Iron King, CL, b 10s. KsJgurli North, C., s 35s 6d. . Lady Mary, b 14s 6d, s 15s. Lady Sherry (pro.), s 2 Jd. Menzie Kensington (pro.), s 7<L Menzie Kensington (con.), b> 2d (for- ward), s 3£d (forward)! New Victoria Console (con.), b 5s 6d Nordenfeldt (con.), s 8|<L Premier, b 7s 3d. Queensland Menzies (pro.), .b 8s 3d, s Ss 9<L Royal Mint and Iron King (con.), s ls. Three Colonies (con.), s 7¿d. White Feather Main Reef, L., b 6a 6d, s 7s ...

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"THE MORNING HERALD." THE LINOTYPE QUESTION. TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. AN INTERESTING INTERVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

THE MORNING HERALD." THE LINOTYPE QUESTION. TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. AN INTERESTING INTERVIEW. * On Wednesday afternoon a deputa- tion consisting of Mr. Davis (secretary to the Trades and Labor Council), Mr. Lindsay (secretary to the Typographi- cal Society), and Mr. Diver (president of the Trades and Labor Council) waited upon the managing director of "The Morning Herald." Mr. Davis, in introducing his col- leagues, said there were two prelimi- naries to be settled before he felt that any object could be gained by the dis- cussion of the matters which he and his friends desired to talk over with Mr. Lovekin: (1) Could they have access to the dockets and pay-sheets represent- ing the work done by tho men employed on the linotype machines from May to Jury last Î (2) Might they take the evi- dence of the men themselves, and by themselves? Mr. Lovekin: Certainly. You can have the dockets for any period or dates . rou like to ask for, although if you go very far back there may be some ...

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THE WORLD OF WHEELS [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

THE WORLD OF WHEELS ! 1 ! (By the "Scorcher.") The Metropolitan Cycling Club KeM its second half-yearly meeting at the Criterion Hotel on Thursday evening last. Ihne was a capital attendance of members, and Mr. J. Mitchell occu- pied the chair. The half-year^'Teport sub- mitted by the secretary showed a very satisfactory state of affairs, til©-member- ship totalling 90 and the <jT«ra«l ar- rangements healthy. The 50 mile road race and the Dunlop 100 mile relay road record had been gained by the club, and it was intimated that an attempt would be made to further lower the re- cord. A number of new members were enrolled and a "smoke social" indulged in, toasts being-proposed and responded to by Messrs. Wall, Broadbent, Brown, Elliott, Jones, and others. Among the numerous vocal contributions were-songe by Messrs. Saunders, Boyle, and W. Launder. * * * * The roller skating craze seems to he reviving in Sydney, and there seems every probability of a N.S-W. Cyclists Union Koll...

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KALGOORLIE NEWS. LAKE VIEW EXTENDED. Kalgoorlie, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 21 August 1898

J KALGOORLIE NEWS. LAKE VIEW EXTENDED. Kalgoorlie, August 20. I j The Lake View Extended battery bas cleaned up for the first tame after run- ning- 39 days. The output was as fol- lows:-Stone treated, 710 tons, yield- ing 153oz. of smelted gold, or an aver- age of 5dwt per ton. In addition the concentrates saved on the vannen were 65 tons containing loz. 18dwt~19gr. of gold per ton, making the total extraction 7dwt. 20gr. of gold per ton. The lode has been cut through at the 300ft level of Tetley's shaft, in the As- sociated Mines, and the croBSCut is 4ft. into country. The crosscut Was in the lode for about 54ft., but was driven at a slight angle, not directly across the reef, which is from 45ft. to 60ft. wide. The average value, as far as has yet been determined, ÍB from 30dwt. to Sos. It is intended to sample both sides of the reef in bulk to determine its value. About 10ft. of the lode on the western side is sufficiently rich to be shipped. Tremayne's lode on the Australia East ...

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