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COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

- I COMPLIMENTAHÏ BESTEFir. | Mr. J. C. Bain, who has been so popur j hu* with the Cremorne Company, is tc have a. benefit tendered to him in the Fremantle Town-hall on Friday evening next. The majority of Eickards's late Cremorne Company, and the leading artists of Perth and Fremantle are lend- ing their assistance, and it only needs the generous support- of the public to* ensure our old favorite Jimmy Bain a fitting send-off. We trust there-will be a bumper house.

Publication Title: West Australian Sunday Times
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

FOOTBALL. New P-MIM* v. New Sooth Wales, played on the Esplanade, and won by tile former by 8 points to 3.

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LATEST BETTING. EPSOM AND METROPOLITAN [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

LATEST BETTING, j EPSOM AND METROPOLITAS j Good betting still cont inues in connec- tion with the big meeting. Following are the latest quotations : - EPSOM HANDICAP. 7 to 1 Oban 10 to 1 Kite-ware, Bell, Metal 12 to 1 Alemene and The Chief 16 to I The Tola And from 20 to 100 to 1 others. METROPOLITAN.. 10 to 1 Cravat and Brazen Lad lé to i Amberite, Bell Metal, The Grafter 20 to 1 Oban, Chief, Agate 25 to. 100 to 1 others.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

taS gPWPAY TOCES Is noir Pnfefefeed SIMULTANEOUSLY . JW - BESCH; FR£M£BK& KALGOORLIE, COO&OABDIE A KAHOWVA, JkaA mm^"[[ "l jfjf ."* SgP^y INSURANCE. SUN INSURANCE OFFICE OF LONDON. JMTABUSHED A.D. ITIO. Capital .. I. £2,400,000. Xffreetod Fonds £2,086,104. WEST AUSTRALIAN BRANCH. DDZECTORS : W. T. LOTON. ESQ. JAMES MORRISON, ESQ. . C. G. FOULKES. ESQ. BANKERS: BANK OF NEW SOJJTH WALES. AUDITORS : ' MSSSKS. H. H.' HOLMAN & Co. MANAGER AND UNDERWRITER : JOHN S. PEAESON. Pms Insurance Policies granted on every description of Piufcl» at I-o west Current Sates. . , For foll particulars and Proposal Forms apply to the Manager, Perth, or to any ot the Company's agents. . Agoutis x» tuarly entry tontmship ihroxgkovt tiu Colony. BEAD Ornas-¿&z S* George's Terrace, SekBhaneKLaa. Perth. THE Colonial Utahral fife %» . worane &wicig, £fir. ESTABLISHED 1873. The OFFICES of thc Society have notr been REMOVED to the NEW PREMISES. ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, Next St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

-'*-' "ST j&. IST S SS DOODLE TOE -A. O O O _ Obtainable Everywhere.

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S.A. JOCKEY CLUB MEETING. STEEPLECHASE DAY. RHODON WINS THE HURDLES FINE WEATHER GOOD ATTENDANCE. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Saturday Afternoon. WELTER HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

? - I S.A. JOCKEY CLUB ¡ STEEPLECHASE DAÏ KHODOtf WINS THE HURDLES FINE WEATHER. GOOD ATTEND- ANCE. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Saturday Afternoon. WELTER HANDICAP. 100 sors. ; second norse to receive 10 sovs out of stake, Seven -rfoilauga Mr. C Haime's b g Lectxtroçikt _ 1 Mr. D. Fftzroy-sfc g Ease, 31b. ... 2 Mr. A. D. M'Donald's b g Severadale, Sst. 61bs . - 3 SECOND HURDLE RACE. 150.8OVK; second norse to receive 20, and third 10 sovs. ont of stake. One mile and three quarters. Sir. M. Ridge's b g Rhodon, dst. 41b..1 1 Mr. il. Stewart's b g Thackaringa, 9at 101b. .2 Mr. P. Bolger'a b g Charon, list 101b. 3 SPRING HANDICAP. 250 BOTS: ; second horse to receive 35 SOVK. and third horse 15 sovs. out of > stake. One mile and a quarter. Mr. T.-C. Tait's b g Trapper, a., 7sL Tibs. . . 1 Mr. li. Bailey's c h Staffa, 6 yrs., 9st. .jibs. .2 Mr.. E. 'H.Tiaughlan'8 g h Thunder King, Cst. 121bs..3 HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE. 200 SOTS. ; second horse 35 so ve. ; and' third horse 15 sovs. out of st...

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REFEREING TO TWO WELLWORN TEXTS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

REFEREING TO TWO WELL WORN TEXTS. --0-? "The colony i» alright.'' "I have unbounded faith in the future of this great country." Sir John, 9th chap., ver. 1-2. First Monday after Budget. Little girl to master "Please, sir, our street's to let." "Street to let! What do you mean V "Ob, air, all the men work for tho Government, and they got notice last week. Some of them were asked to go without the usual month's notice, but they wouldn't, and they are going to see Sir John this morning." "But surely they are not all retrench- ed?" "Oh, yes, they are-ho bosses live in our street." And so the game goes on. "Sweet are the uses of retrenchment." House rents will come-down, and then the eastern exiles will be able to bring their wives and families over. ThÍ8 influx of population will bo used as an argument for a further borrow, boom and bust policy, and once more "the colony's prosperity ÍB assured." Amen.

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JUDGE HENSMAN. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

JUDGE HENSMAN. In the latest issue of the "Bulletin" to hand there is contained the following paragraph respecting Mr. Justice Hens- man: "Westralian Justice Hensman is a veritable type of the slavishly-judicial Judge. He once affected the utmost] ignorance upon hearing a witness use the expression 'straighihair,' and would not enter it upon his notes until it had been clearly interpreted as meaning a] Westralian native. Such pretence on the part of an old sand-groping lawyer and judge was greeted in court with a wink of the other eye, as the term 'sfcraighthair' always touches a tender spot amongst those Westralian families whose descent from the early 'settlers' is notorious, anl also amongst those, such as that tc« which-the learned judge belongs, whose Westralian residence, though honorable, is old enough to gain for them the application of the term. Which recalls that there was no 'gammon' of this sort in the recently deceased Mr. (N.S.W.) Justice Manning. Sitting infull Court ...

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RETRENCHMENT EXTRAORDINARY. HOW THE GOVERNMENT "ECONOMIZES." [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

RETRENCHMENT EX TRAORDINARY. -o HOW THE GOVERNMENT "ECONO- MIZES." We have before remarked upon the fact that the Government's idea of re- trenchment seems to be to dismiss all hands who are really useful, and to re- j tain all those persons whose principal duty, apparently, is to sign periodical vouchers for their salaries. This pro- cess has just received another exempli- fication. The other day 34 navjies en I gaged at the Collie quarries were dis- missed, and there are now 50 men em- ployed on these works in addition to the supervising staff. The navvies em- ployed are paid at the rate of 8s. per day. To supervise the performance of their duties there is employed a resi- dent engineer (Mr. Walkenden), an as- sistant engineer (Mr. Tyndal), two ac- countants, two secretaries, two female1 servants, and a- travelling time-keeper, i all of whom reside in the Government camp. Besides these there is a riding ganger who receives £5 10s. per week, and three supernumary gangers at £A per ...

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THE LOAN BALANCE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

THE LOAN BALANCE. On Thursday sight the Premier an- nounced that the balance of the loan had been taken up-how, or by whom hep did not condescend to state. We are sincerely glad to hear it, as it will tem- porarily mean better times for all of us. But the remarkable feature of the an- nouncement was the change which came over the Premier's aspect after he made it. Hitherto he had been gloomy and brooding, humble and deprecating ; afterwards he was cheerful, loud-voiced, aggressive, and sometimes insulting. He reminded the writer of nothing so much as of some stone-broker who has been suddenly and unexpectedly given the loan of a sovereign. For the nonce all his sorrows vanjsh. and he comforts him- self like any millionaire. But the sove- reign vanishes in strong drink, and as much riotous living as can be got out of it, and the 1 ast state of that man is a pre- cious deal worse than, the first. So we fear it will prove with the Premier ; and it will be just as well for us not to hal...

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THE PEAK HILL. ALLUVIAL TROUBLES. SOME HARD LYING SOMEWHERE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

THE PEAK HILL. ALLUVIA! TROUBLES. SOME HARD LYING SOMEWHERE. s _ The following axe paragraphs ex- tracted from the 'Murchison. Times" and "Mount Magnet Miner" of recent date, and in view of facts now generally known need no comment: According to the London correspon- dent of the ^Murchison Times," the statement of Mr. Frank Bead, which has just reached there, to the effect that there is not one alluvial miner work- ing on any of the company's leases, is, perhaps, the best commentary that caa be made on these false alluvial rumors, in fact to quote Mr. Seed's own words: -"All the canards are being raised by the syndicate of Perth} bears, who I hear on good authority, lost heavily on their first operation, LOL, on the first canard cabled to London and else- where, as they oid on spec and could not deliver. This I am delighted about ; the same fraternity are now de- sperate. I am watching tike game in the company's interest;.we will have an easy win." On Tuesday nmrning last we travell...

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ROMANCES OF OUR OWN TIMES. TRUE STORIES FROM REAL LIFE. THE WOMAN WHO SOLD BEAUTY. MADAME RACHEL AND HER WONDROUS "SECRET." [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

ROMANCES OF OUR OWN TIMES. TRUE STORIES FROM REIL LIFE. TSE WOMAN WHO SOLD-BEAUTY. VArtAHfR rtATTtTTJ. AND HEB WON DfiOÜS "SBCEEP." By A, O. Tübbüs, Author ot The Meredyth Myrtery," A perse» walking up New;Bond-stre Iioadon, in lcM>4,:mighthayerra?tâced4H the. front of a shop window in which- « displayed a imdtitnde of powders a , soaps done apunto small gandüy-ookx paokets, ¡the same of Madame Bach It WM a. name known from one end the kingdom to the<other jost then, yon opened a newspaper there was t adu ilimmiil staring ynu in the face, Madame BacfcaeL the lady with tibe wc derful "secret of eternal youth, ai beauty!" For £lflÛO Madame Bael 1 imdertook to maka a woman "beagtii forever." * In 1863 she issoed a little pamphlet« titled "BeautifaLior PW," urging iq> women thedesiirnUenesB of the study lovetinesa. "Lovely aa the bright sa shine at morning's dawn; beautiful tho dew-drope on the flowers ; so' bean ful," declared Madame BacheL " lovejy WTjorao," To preser...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

3s1 3R, E E 3D INC The Premier Draper Clothier and Outfitter, of Western Australia, NOTE ADDRESSES: IMO. I SHOP CORNER OF HAY AND WILLIAM STREETS, l5aBNO. 2 SHOP 462 . H AY-STREET, NO. 3 SHOP iÛO YARDS HIGHER UP TOWARDS TOWN HALL. .A.T KALG-O OBLIE3 n^ZEinSTZIES,, -A-lsTID 3Li035rX>02S3", HENRY D. BLOOM, EN RY D. BLOOM, THE LEVIATHAN' TURF COMMISSION AGENT, Will Execute Commissions at Best Market Prices on CAULFIELD CUP, MELBOURNE CUP, Straight-out and the Double. Also, STARTING PRICE on all PRINCIPAL EVENTJS Throughout the Australian Colonies. I - All Telegrams most be Reply Paid. No Reply, No Business. Address all coromnnicaiions HENRY D. BLOOM, HENRY D. BLOOM, HENRY D. BLOOM, TATTERSALL S CLUB. PERTH, r> B i u z: T E 3R» I TE -A«.: 1

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LONDON CLOSING PRICES. Saturday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

LONDON CLOSING PRICES. Saturday Afternoon. /Mr. Ii. H. Barrett, stock and anare broker, Perth, has received the follow- ing quotations from his London agento» . during the week at closing prices: Associated, 95s. Great Boulder Perseverance, 69a Kalgurii, £G 18s 9d. Hainault, 52s 6d. South Kalgurii, 53s 9d. Lake View and Boulder Junction, 8s. Bellevue Proprietary, 22s 6d. Peak Hills, 54s. " Hannan's Oroya. 16s 3d. Great Boulder, 18s. Ivanhoe s, £7 ls 3d. Lake View South, 23s 9d. Great Boulder Main Reefs, 23a. Lake View Consols, £3 11s 3d. Brookmañ's Boulder, 30s. Lady Shentons, 48a. North Kalgurii, 34a. Kalgoorlie Mint, 13s. * "The market generally has a very cheerful tone ail round. .The Doherty-Dooley contest for the championship of W.A., in the Pavilion Theatre, Fremantle, on Monday-nest, is exciting a considerable amount of in- terest. Both men are in the fore-ranks of. Australian pugilism, and the contest promises.to be of the highest .order. Both have.large followings, and'as e...

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LATER ADELAIDE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

LATER ADELAIDE PRICES. Great Boulder Persévérance, 72s Kalgoorlie, £7 Associated, 97s Bjiu&of.Engbind, 27s Ivanhoe, ,£7 Great Boeder Main Reef, 25s <$d . " Market shows decided " improvement, "both in Adelaide and London.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

WEIDEUBACH'S STARTLING RECORD BARGAIN STILL COlsTTIIîTTrESo SALE WfflMRFüL CHEAP LUES ABE ADDED FOR THE COMING WEEK. EVER! LINE MUST BE CLEARED BEFORE THE SEASON'S OTES. WEB>ENBACT'S POPULAR SALE PRICES. .fieüUHEg> -sad CriTTrTVRF,NJS HOISÊRT at EXACTLY ONE-HALF the USUAL PRICE. sttQ-dos. Ladies' and Maids' Black Cotton Hose (plain and ribbed), 3d pair, vere ?d. S90 dos. Ladies' sad Maids' Black Cashmere Hose (plain and ribbed), 6d pair, wera la. 8S0 dos. ditto, 9d, ls, ls 6d, ls lld, were ls 6d, 2s, 3s, and 3s lld pair. Only 30 Boxes Beaver Trimmings Leftat 2d per yard. Few Heandked Bead Dress Ornaments, ls each, were 6s to 12s. WETOENBACrFS MOST POPULAR SALE PRICES FOR THIS WEEK PREVAIL THROUGHOUT THE SHOWROOM. Ladies' Flannelette Knickers, 3d and 9d pair. Ladies' Flannelette Chemises, HM. Ladies' Ribbed Undervesta, 3d each. Ladies' Black Cloth Capes, ls lld, were IDs 6d each. WFJDENBACB7S POPULAR SALE PRICES CONTINUE in LADIES and MAIDS' MACKINTOSHES. Only about 50 left. 2s...

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ON 'CHANGE. THE STOCK EXCHANGE OF PERTH. SATURDAY'S QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

ON 'CHANGE. TEE STOCK EXCHANGE OF PEKTiL SATDBDATS QUOTATIONS. The foflowmg are the buri** ari aeUxog quotations with the price* oí .alea effected: Associated Gold Mmes, CL, b 94s Bellevue Proprietary, b 16s 9d, e 18s 6d Block 45 (new issue), CL, b Ss 9d, s 6s Boulder Half-Mile South, b 8|d, s ls Boulder North Extended, b 2B 8d, s 2s lld Brown Hill Central, s 3s 2d Brown Hill Junction, s 9d (parcel) Ouster's, O, b 4s lid, s 6a ?d. . Golden Zone (con.), b I0£d. Great "Boulder, CL, b 18a l|d Great-Boulder Main Beef, &, 23s 9d ! Great Boulder Ko- 1, CL, b 11s Great Boulder Berseper*ncerCLrb 7ls 6d : Hainault, C., b^60s ffiàmarfs Centrai EtteiafcaV*.*B lld Harman's Oroya, CL, b 16a 3d Ivanhoe G JJ. Owporatâo^Ç, h £7 Ivanhoe Junction, àfà kalgoorlie Bank of Etiglaod, b 23s Cd " s 25s . -; .' - " s . ' Kalgoorlie "Mint and iron King, C., b "12s. 3d " Kahpirü, CL, b £35J5» 6dr Kalgurh South, CL, b 54s; »55És Lady Shenton, CJ, b 45s 6d Lake \lewSouth (pro,), b 22s Menàe Kensington (...

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A LIVE FINANCIAL INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

A LIVE FINANCIAL INSTITU- TION. The Perta Discount Bank, nov well into I the second year of its existence, is an inetà I tatum second to none A^Kng with finance j in the colonies, strongly capitalised, well i managed, and far-reaching in ita operations. 1 It has come largely mto favor with all classes of the com mm Tty, while tirase responsible j for its creation ana conduct axe gentlemen of long residence in Western Australia, whose combined general knowledge of security vaines and business capacity enables them to quickly1 grayp* thejrijength or wrtdmnsy of any proposal for advances submitted, thereby ensuring the j -Decenary despatch often so important to bar- j rowers. As its name ñnrJi»» the bulk af the I bank's business is bill discounting, bat this by no constitutes the limits of ita deal- I inge, for accommodation is as readily granted ] to the customer whose requirements are amati as to that of the borrower whose mild requests nm into fire figures. Some little while back j ...

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ADELAIDE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

ADELAIDE MARKRT. " Mr. B. H. BpnHt, steel: tad shire broker, received the foUowing quota- tions from, bis Adelaide agents on Sat- urday afternoon: Associated, 96s ?d (boyer) -. ' Golden Horseshoes^ £10 iSs '/buyer) Lake View South, 23s 9d Kalgoorlie Mints, 12s 3d v Kalgurii, £6 19s North Kalgurii, 33s. South Kalgurii, 56s Bank of England, 25s (buyer) Ivanhoe*, £7 6s

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LONDON MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

liONDON îdABKET. Mr. R. BL Barrett, stock sod suire broker, received the following quota- tions from bis Ixradrm agents on Satur- day moniing: Associated, 95s Kalgurii, £6 18s 9a South Kalgarli, 53s 9d Ivanhoe*, £3 V» 3d Kalgoorlie Mints, 13s .

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