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TO DEAF PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

DgAÏNESS, NOISES äN THE HEAD, jtc^posiiivejy cared by HARLEYS EAR LOTION This new -Remedy goes right to ( tba actoal *eat of ]^ 4iseaa^;juMÍ. bss^äfeo^ ted snob roniarB^bkvcnre^ the^greaieBt ' .OwjsBOTTLE WILL XST&Banyordinaryçaser ' and will -be sent securely pw&ed ana^jk»»*' psiiL with full directions and testinronials -: apon ï«ceipt;of >*s. ':t9d.rí:;<G!íisr dvect'fron JAMBS E. KAMJBV, 23, Stockdale Road, Sooth Lambeth, london, BUCLSKP, Bather expects to see all hts old friends, i and new ones also, at 52 fEgh-etteet, Fro inunde. Td. 307. '

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

I KMOWLEDCE IS POWER. HEBB RASMUSSEN, the Danial Herbalist, desires all SUFFERERS iron CHRONIC CONSTITUTIONAL BLOOIi «nd SKIN DISEASES, OLEEIS, «nd DISCHARGES to know that they can bc speedily Cured by taking his ALF ALINE LOCK PILLS, And those who are WEAK, NERVOUS, and DEBILITATED with a Confused Brain, Failing Memory, and De- pressed in Spirits, suffering from GENERAL DEBILITY, LOST VITALITY and VARI ¡COC&LE, should know that they can be speedily restore ! to permanent health by taking ALPALINE VITALITY PILLS. FEMALES suffering from ANAEMIA and WASTING DESEASES are speedily restored to perfect health by taking the ALFALINE UNIVERSAL PILLS. Tins remedy Purifiée and Enriches the Blood and Strengthens tb» Narros, and is a Special Remedy for FEMALE COMPLAINTS! - The LOCK, VITALITY, and UNI. TERSAL PILLS are sold ss follows; Special Powerful Courses,43s. 6d.; Oidinary Courses, 23s. 63;; Smaller Boxes, 12s. and 6s. each. Sufiarers of either Bex from PILES, either Blind, Bleedin...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

' m m m mk m 1 BTJY FOR CASH AT HIGHEST PRICES- S f l# l»IC* KANGAROO, WALLABY, OPOSSUM, Etc. 1H ? BroB ^^k. ALSO WOOL, HIDES, TALLOW, SHEEPSKINS, GUM, Ere. Olli 110 Maries Hormann, ESS-I^NTLe.l âoT VTOTTE FOB lABÓSi Ac. (And at SVDNE¥V tL&WJ SOLE AGENCY IN W.A. for THORNLEY & Co.'s "KONDO," Concentrated Food for ,r* £ior^j and Çjftflé» IJhdaab^^ Write to Charles Hermann for ParticoJars and Testimonials Spatting. CHARLES WATSON . AND . . BERT GOTPNN, TATTERSALLS CLUB ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, PERTH, WILL EXECUTE COMMISSIONS THROUGHOUT AUSTRALIAN STATES! -MK CAULFIELD NATIONAL RUROLE AND STEEPLE HANNAMS HANDICAP AND KALGOORLIE SUP. CAULFIELD CUP - V.R.G. DERBY - - MELBOURNE GUP Semble Ss Straight-out TELEGRAMS SHOULD BE REPLY PAID; NO REPLY, NO BUSINESS. WATSON & CUTMANN, NOTE.-We Communicate with HOBART, TASMANIA, with Every Mail Steamer. Next Steamer Leaves in a Pew Days. Foll Particulars given to Country Clients (send stamped envelope). AGENCIES : FREMANTLE ......

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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FOR OVER TWENTY YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

FOR OVER TWENTY YEARS HERR RASSMUSSEN, The Cele- brated Danish Herbalist, bas proclaimed from the columns of every newspaper tn Anstralasi» that his ALFALINE LOCK PILLS contain no Mercury, and that they ara a Speedy and Permanent Core for the most serious Constitutional, Blood and Skin Diseases, Gleets, Discharges, and all Diseases of the Urinarv Organs.1 Also that his ALFA LIKE VÏTALETY PILLS neverfail to Care AU Ñervos» Siseases, especially those resulting from early indiscretion aaa youthful folly. ' Thousands of persons--have benefited by HEBK BASSMUSSEN'S- ADVICE, which is given FREE- Thousands have been Cured by toking his Remedies. Thousands have sent him Testimonials and letters of i thanks, and to-day Thousands of his CURED PATRONS are assisting him to make known to the world the value of ins Botannical Discoveries and the great virtues of his Herbal Medicines. > Yet to-day there are doubtless thousands of Blood and Nerve Sufferers still loading themselves up with the us...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE DEAF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

TO THE DEAF. A CURE TOB DEATXJESS.-The Indian Specific, lately introduced into this country, is absolutely the best remedy ever known for deafness and noises in the head. It goes right to the seat of the trouble, and speedily effects a complete cure. A lady says, "I am indeed happy to tell you that the Indian Remedy has entirely restored my hearing, although my case was long ago considered hopeless. " Testimonials from all parta >*£ the world. Sold in bottles 4s. 9d. post free, with foll directions. (Protected by Govern- ment Stamp.) Address : Air. James Harley, 23 Stockdale-road, Battersea Park, London, S.W., England.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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A Boon to Sufferers. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

A Boon to Sufferers. " A WELL-KNOWN South Australian -£lL Storekeeper and Stock-dealer will send full particulars of the means he finally adopted to obtain a cure of a serious case of Nervous and Physical Debility', Loss of Vigor, Energy, >tc, the result of diso Uxliejace to Nature's laws. After being tike. victim of so-called Specialists, Electric Belt ^Vendors, etc, for years. I want no money (he continuée), bot write in Btrict confidence, giving full particulars, and I will at once, reply how this happy result was brought siput.? , ??. . . ' The , above remarkable advertise- ment was inserted for su. nron&i» nv over threè hundred Australian news- ' papers,: by Mr, Kilian, of Sheoak' Lp^" S A. For the benefit of all bpna-fide sufferers in W.A~, advertiser has made arrangements: that a copy of Mr. Kilian's letter to the sufferers of Aus- tralia can be obtained free of all charge, and in strict confidence, bv writing pArfàculars to B.H., Box 237, rostOiace, Kalgoorlie.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

A MINER "WRITES: PAINS IN BACK AMD UMBS, 6ö YJ5ABS OP ; AGE,.,. AND COBED BY PerÜi, 4th January, Mut Sta. 8. A. PALMER. I want to say that X think your medicine, VEUJ)ATIO, is ¡the best in tiw world; I have anaared inth areadfnl -patna in-mj hack ana" Kmba, and WEBBER'S VITA BATIO cored nie. Now I can work, cat,' sleep, and tell everybody that YITADATIO is good. fwBed eight bottJes,imd am te keepit Jn-my fâîaç^ fotra I will ha. some always a£hana if ^ I havedpjhejft-tejj#igfl^MMiii|ti.ul »ia and coldv|r^BáphÚ^I|M^Miat brought on my eomplamlfcy^y't ; ? "' .;. . s* ; " You can nay it acts on young and old, asl am^, and I know of a young nun who was nearly blind, who ia getting his sight again through using VTFAD ATIO. -Yours, ic., GEORGE ROBERTS. Late Euro Gold Hine, near Laverton, W. Australia. TpPltnoss-W:r J". Ttee. . ; ~ Fpriurtber -parttaalars, -'S A. PALMER, - HKADQFCTCK: Cusxnms «tnsar H., . 8QÜXH MELBOURNE {Bétail Déaot, 45 & 47 iSoorke Street). Correspondence Invitad....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

THE VERY BEST BRANDS OF ¿PINES, SPIRITS, ALES, and CIGARS. BO ABBESS SPECIALLY CATERis-D FOR. Sole Proprietor, D, MULCAHY G£0. JOBK, Proprietor, Fonnerly of Grovenor Hotel, Pettit, end Geraldton Hotel, Geraldton Close to Shippwg and RaOwsy. ' Beet Acoammodatíon. Only the Best Wines and Spirits Kept. VISITORS TO PERTH SHOULD STAT AT THE rUILWAY COFFEE PALACE It Has Several Good Points : It is Nearest to the Railway Station. . . It ia the Most Suitable in Priée and Fur- ! - tushing for the Man of Moderate Means. : It ia Noted Sor Clean Bedrooms, and toe - Meals are Wholesome and Appetising, de Balcony Faces the Railway Station, and ia over 100ft. long. ... CIVILITY AMD ATTENTION ARE : . - " ? SOT WASTING. If yon are cambered with much give ns ample Notice, and yon will be LT. and have it Brought Over Without Charge. Our Terms are liberate, aiid can be had on j Application. j Proprietor, H. R. Firth, j TTluwingn of your heart, yon brew good j / When Exbañsted Na^ - j '.*'" / safes. .':...

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LARRIKIN IN KHAKI. CONTRETEMP WITH CITIZENS[?] Curious Conduct of a Constable[?] [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

T> ~-. ? ?-TT" tMWtm SITA lIITli», j Cariftös «net tí a CwßkMe, j We ¿ive the following ¿om a statement nado io ns hy an eye-witsees of shewitofc proceedings. Ob the 19th of Jul^a gentäfc' toaewa* waífe&g quietly aJang- tte street when he ? met nae of the"returned contin geotterB. Ältboagb it was Sunday night the mab in khaki was, to nut it gently:,, '.ele- vated," and inclined to be pngiltóc with .all' ie encountered-, Without any word Of warning he delivered a terrible Mow at the ! peaceable cH3se>i. " Th©I>k>w almset bMaied' [haw, and before he «wdd well recover fron*' itsefleets t!» soldier had takan to MB hfeshr \»é'fká~- Ttte^natter was reported: at tte j,tfftxi..Stii tíóxr that paw evening, and the ¡ eitiBHn was informed that jnefcructiww -wonlák" ^¿jjúrss»t»havé the contingenter asrested. rÈbm following ^norning the assaulted* !msn :hapfeaed agiùnto encounter the ? tÂ*r***r ia Ktta&dL close- to the William-atrest bridge. There; was»eesBtabIe handy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

"CYCLONE" GATES. M4DE of STEEL TUBE FRAME with] MESH of No. 13 GAL. WIRE WOVEN ON, THUS THOROUGHLY BRACING the FRAME at ALL POINTS. CANT SAG. CHEAPER THAN WOOD. ADJUSTABLE HINGES. SPRING CATCH. " RABBIT PROOF. ANY SIZE MADE. Send for Particulars to _ The ''CYCLONE" FENCE CO. Sole Agent for W. A. t OHARtSs SOMMERS, , 260 ST. GBOBWVS Tawtawa. % J. jRCPJNÉÔN (Late of PerthrMarkets), PRODUCE MERCHANT and COM- MISSION AGENT. . ON SALE-Chaff, Oat«, Bran, Pollard, j Wheat, Barley, Maize, Hay, Etc Cash Boyer of Farm Produce. Note Address: Corner WauuHOfloir SXBEET and MEEBODRNE-BOAD. Telephoaeö91. TWO MYS NURSERY, ?OPMTOK, nemo. FRUIT TREES, FOREST TREES, SHRUBS, and HERBACEOUS PLANTS FOB, SAIiE CHEAP. AU Guaranteed Healthy. Free from Disease, : True to Name, and Carefully Packed. Messrs. GRIFFITHS (Üte Proprietora), beg to state that the success attending the many thousands of Fruit Trees seat from (heh* Nursery to Western Australia the pas* few years, warrants them in asking for a continu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

MEET ME AT ... The Fountain .. 460 HAT STREET . . fliest Bickfords), . For DnriTER or AFTERNOON TE^ TO-DAY. THE CHOICEST MEND IN PERTH THE "SAVOY" for British' Grills, Sap- j pera, Oysters, sod Tiffin. William-1 street, between Hay-street and Palace Hotel. TTISITORS TO PERTH.-Gentlemen's T Sleeping Apartments at tne *i*S AVO Y" by aîght ór week. - Baloony, Lavatories, Bath, fte. William-street, between Hay street and Palace Hotel. CHAMPION PRIZE POULTRY. Laying Breeds; Stock and Show Birds. No eggs for sale. Alphington Poultry Yards, .Shenton-road, Claremont. WEIDENBACHS HUGE MAGNETIC SALE ! OPENED LAST THURSDAY, NOW IN FULL SWING. Owing to the lateness of the WINTER SEASON our Stocks are much larger and better assorted than is usual in August. It is IMPERATIVE that MANY THOUSANDS OF POUNDS WORTH of GOODS MUST BE CLEARED Immediately. TO THIS END-OUR HUGE MAGNETIC SALE I - with OUR PRICES. I- HOLD - - - - with OUR VALUES. L KEEP "you" COMING FOR MORE. DON'T BELIEVE ALL YOU REA Hay St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

THE CAMPBELLS ARE COMING, and their drink is "Bailie Nicol Jarvie" and -Macleay, Duff and Ca's "Special Liqueur Cream" Old Scotch Whisky. Blends of the finest Whiskies thoroughly matured. BURNS, PHILP & CO., LTD., Soto Agents for Western Australia. In medicine quality is ot prime importance. We use nothing but the best that the market affords, and by buyiug direct from the largest chemical laboratories in Europe, and by paying spot cash for oar purchases, we are enabled to dispense strictly pure drugs in all prescriptions at reasonable rates. Edmund Dean and Co., Chemists, 415 Hay-street, Perth. Painless Extractions.- The latest local anaesthetics are employed at the surgery of j Mr. H. C. Armstrong, Dentist, W.A. ; Apothecaries Company. : The best of -wines and spirits are obtain able at W. A. Grenike's Cremorne Hotel, Perth. It goes farther than other brands Hughes and Doheuy's Baking Powder. Keüy and Company are selling gent's light «kif boots at lös. a pair. The best vll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

WHYTE & MACKÄY'S SPECIAL53 WTTTRTT-V ABSOLUTELY UISTRIVALL,EI). Solê Agents-MILNE & GO., William Street, Perth No. 10.1 Glenoran Whisky No-10 The FTTBEST MALT WHIS2Y Scotland Produces. WHISKY is Onaranteed the Sole Unblended Produce of the Ord Distillery Company. MUIB OF OBD, BOSS-STTTBK PHILIP COTIiE, CH/^^MT, . an« irs ... Undertakers. IOS PTBR STRBBT, PHRTH FUNERALS AT PRICES TO ßüTT ALL CLASSES. WREATHS ALWAYS IN STOCK. TSXBTHONI 308. PBITATI TncPRom 548. * . These High-grade H^ATS «ow Worn ahnoerl Universally, iiié^riáksbQ'tO^g'tAAt they are the? BEST VALUE for Hooey. ..... ASK tat a -WOODROW" and Take Np Imitation. MANUFACIÜBED BY J. WOODROW & SONS, W)ND0Nand STOCKPORT, Hat Manufacturers to His Majesty the King and HtCH. the Prince of Wales. i l FOWl I F Cakfl°aiai1 Boas»» . Iß. I YVi-.IL,, Fremantte.sohief Tailor, Hatter & Mercer. ' HZOS-STBEST (Near Market-street), FEEMÂNTTJS. MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY of SUITINGS. NEWEST and CHOICEST PATTEENS. HATS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

Business Notices. ROYAL SrAKDABD HOTEL Corner r.AKF! and BRISBANE STS. The BEST RESIDENTIAL HOTEL in W.A. The Highest and Healthiest Spot in Perth. Everything the Best. FRANGIS SMITH: Late of Beaufort-Arms}, Proprietor. SIMPLE STKOtK ASE ' . THE BEST. THE BEST IB THE CHEAPEST. SMITH & JONES MERCHANTS, PERTT, Beg to notify th« Public that they have. OPENED a Branch YARD at corner South Terrace and Essex-street, Fremantle, and by strict attention to customers, and having in stock an Unlimited Supply of Dry Banksia' Wood, to merit a fair share of patronage. Perth TeL, 331 ; Fremantle, 352. TO MK BT.-Write for free copy ot nimbi* book about yoorselves, TOOT health, your happiaea, futon. It contains a foll «n»ogilipn ol toe Kein «ad the remedies adopted. No need _doctors. Posted free in sealed envelan. Erery man should read it. Addresa-G. Specific, ,E88 Himbeth-gtreet Morai Melbourne._ TO LADIES-Ko need to consult doctors or enemista. ? Ott remedirá jou require tn your own landa....

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THE WAR! [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

THE WAR!   What is more annoying than to set out on an expedition to annihilate a foe and to have return without even seeing it? The members of our last contingent experienced this bitter disappointinena, though many of them have brought back a foe of a different nature. Private Dyson, who has just returned from South Africa, contracted a severe chill daring the voyage. He obtained a bottle of Cochin's Syrup of Eucalyptus and Wild Cherry frons Mr. S. Hymns' Pharmacy, Hay-street, and informs us that it is an excellent cough remedy, and recom- mends it to others, told everywhere. One shilling per bottle.

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

THEY SAY That a prominent and jealous publican acted the gigantic goat at a recent pig-nic. That he followed his wife and her suspec- ted sweetheart into the bush and then ran back for witnesses.     That having missed his frolicsome spouse he was rewarded with a woodner for fixing an engaged couple. That in his present state he couldn't tell a co-respondent from a cocoanut. That the sailors' boarding house sign in   Fremantle covereth a multitude of murky deeds. That in one hashberry cognac and cards are always on top for the unsuspecting shell-backs. That the low-down dossery is a prolific recruiting ground for the lunatic asylum. That two robbed and hocussed sailors were shipped off in a short-handed wind- jammer. That in the interests of humanity the Go- vernment should stop the tide of emigration to S'Africa. That Cape Town and Durban are swarm- in with Australians stone-broke, bagging bread and shelter from the authorities. That no matter...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Sunday Serial THE MALLISON MYSTERY. BOOK THE SECOND. AN ENGLISH DRAMA [?]COPYRIGHT.[?] CHAPTER X. "ONLY CYSTHIA." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

Our Sunday Serial   THE           MALLISON MYSTERY. BY T. W. HANSHEW. BOOK THE SECOND. CHAPTER X.   THE white figure had by this time entirely disappeared, and, turn- ing, my lady glanced eagerly, question- ingly, half in terror at her companions.   "That girl ?" she said agitatedly,   "that girl who just passed by and went into the thicket yonder ? How comes she here ? Who does she visit in this   camp, and at this hour? I thought that she and all belonging to her ab- horred Romanies. I heard her say as must this evening—HEARD her! —and now I find her here—and alone—AT NIGHT!"   The gipsies looked at her as thongh they believed she had suddenly taken leave of her senses. "Find who here?" demanded the fellow who had first accosted her; and the look of artless innocence in his face and eyes as he spoke might have made his fortune. "Happen you'...

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CHAPTER XI. READING THE RIDDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

CHAPTER XI. READING THE RIDDLE. My lady faced about swiftly, and shot him a suspicious glance, wonder- ing if he was trying to deceive her, and if so, why. "Only Cynthia?" she repeated,       "For goodness' sake, father, don't think   me a fool and try to put me off as you would an unreasoning child. I know what I know, and —bah! don't treat me as tough I were an idiot. Is that the girl whom you call Cynthia, the Spirit Child?" "Yes, certainly. But what are talking about? I don't wish to de- ceive you; why should I?"   "You said that Hilda Mallison was unknown to you, and yet—look at that girl."         "I AM looking at her. Does she   then resemble Philip Mallison's daugh- ter?"       "RESEMBLE her?" My lady looked at him keenly for a moment, saw that he was in earnest, and laid a sudden grip upon his arm, her face ...

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HALL DIVORCE. SENSATION IN ADELAIDE. CLERGYMAN CO-RESPONDENT. MISS BELT IN THE BOX. STRONG STATEMENTS OF SERVANTS. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

HALL DIVORCE. SENSATION IN ADELAIDE. CLERGYMAN CO-RESPON-   DENT. MISS BELT IN THE BOX. STRONG STATEMENTS OF SERVANTS. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. The taking of the evidence in the divorce case Hall v. Hall and the Rev. Alexander Wilson, Unitarian Minister, as co-respon- dent, was resumed on Wednesday, July 30. Justice Baucaut had prohibited the publi- cation of the evidence because the witnesses had been ordered out of court. Throughout the week the court has been crowded. Mrs. Hall sits behind her lawyer very placidly, and Mr. Hall further along on the same seat. He seldom takes his eyes off her. The Rev. Mr. Wilson makes vol- uminous notes.       The first witness for the petitioner was Charles Whitham, assistant inspector of schools. He said he was the chairman of the committee of the Unitarian Church, of which the co-respondent bad been pastor. Wilson resigned his pastorate on January 10, 1902. He stated that he had received a cablegr...

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WEIDENBACH'S SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 August 1902

WEIDENBACH'S SALE. Owing to the lateness of the winter sea- son, and with stocks much larger and better sorted than is usual in August, Weiden- bach and Co. have decided so clear thou- sands of pounds worth of goods. This sale is a genuine one, with nothing faked about it. Weidenbach's motto is to draw, hold, and keep you coming for more of their bargains. The favorites for the Adelaide Grand National Hurdle Race, to be run next Saturday, are Conference, Scutum, and Shiek. Conference is doing splendid work on the track. The running of Envoy at Helena Vale yesterday was so suspicious that the   stewards held an inquiry, and adjourned till Monday. It is certain that horse and jockey will be disqualified. During Mr. Sandow's visit to Fremantle, his trained pupils will show the advantages of his physical culture appliances at the Union Stores, in High-street, on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday next. The programme of next Saturday's Ken- sington Park race meeting appears in t...

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