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

THE BON MARCHE STORES Announce the Engagement of M ADAM VARDY, a lady with large London and Melbourne experience-some years with Robertson & Moffat Melbourne--md invite Your Inspection of the most Up-to-date creations in Millinery Effects at their SPRING MILLINERY SHOW, NEXT, SEPT. 6 THE ALHAMBRA CAFE, WINE BODEGA, BEER VAULTS, ANO BILLIARD ROW, BASEMENT OF ROYAL ARCADE, HAY AND BARRACK STREETS. The Spacious Saloon Bar and Billiard Boom are Nov Opened. .THE PUBLIC BAR, PRIVATE BARS,& PARISIAN GRILL ROOMS WILL BE THROWN OPEN VERY SHORTLY. WTNE PUNCH AND MULLED BEER A SPECIALTY. <,., "CAFE NOIR" BOVRIL AT ALL HOURS. CHE FASHIONABLE AHD GENIAL RESORT OF PERTH, THE ALHAMBRA. CAFE.

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BITH OF PARLIAMENT [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

FIÏH ÔF PiELIAMEKT (By Bungarra.) "Lend mo half-a-crown till to-morrow dinner-time, old man."-Forre stian Finance. Sir John Deficit Forrest's financial policy has turned out to be the very old one of "beg, borrow, or steaL" The first two alternatives have pretty gene- rally failed, though fairly well exploited in London and -among the local banks, and the other glorified pawnbroking es- tablishments that flourish amongst us and on us. A practical American, in his beastly commonsense way, once said, " You can't borrow yourself rich, and you can't tax yourself rich," and yet this is precisely what the Govern- ment is trying to do at the present time. As aids to revenue, the exploitation of the salaries of a lot of_poor devils in the civil service, who have been en- dowed with the Grand Order of the Sack may be cited. Jerry Smith has not yet been re-constructed, and Piesse still drives his carriage, and the white-haired boys in good fat billets still enjoy that comfortable sensation in...

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IS IT TRUE.? [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

IS IT TRUE.? That the City Council have paid another .£20 and costa owing to the Works Department leaving à heap of mallock for people to fall overt That W.A. is the first place in which a professional bankrupt ever classed him self as .a professional man? That the ratepayers in some of the Australian cities intend to object to ex-bankrupts as councillors in future! That before the Government sets the law in motion against the bookies, they should sack the official who has often done a bit of welshing when he found he had lost? That this welshing official has struck another money malripg spec-that is borrowing money! . That another' "gentleman" in blue will be forbidden admittance to the W.A. Racecourse if he does "not alter his hand? That the only way the Commissioner can stop the betting-evil with men on duty, is to sack a few of tho ring- leaders} .That gambling and drinling'goes 011 at some of the mills all night as well as day on pay Saturdays and Sundays! That a surprise visit...

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CONCERNING WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

CONCERNING WOMEN. --f-*-. (fi/onridia.) "Spring's - delights are all reviving* are tie words in particular which, font ^i»emory-Jowe.to recall, as we sally fortl 'Co see and be seen in tins ciarnuni ; city where, according to Mr. Molloy trm cleanliness and godliness go hand it i hand. The busy housefly has ventura abroad from the snug corners where hi : ' hae ''lain low" all the winter, and i holding high corroboree- with hisfriendi and relations ra the dalling air. Thi hard-working moaqui toe's tuneful hun ^ comes wafted at evening on the frag rant Zephryn that sweep the Swan, i finkde of sand and blue metal greet ioa aa we tura each corner, so that wi !ç|jikli our hat and parasol, clench otu -teeth, and double our willowy form ? '"two, to. meet it. In. Hay-stz&et, for J obange, sn unguarded step may pl ungi u knee-deep in mud puddles- like tho» -«diioh buSocks painfully plod through is «¿her corners of Australia. "This à tjie main «taeet in the city which e&i >b...

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PUBLIC LETTERS TO PUBLIC MEN. (No. 24.) To the Members of the Executive of the Perth Typographical Society: [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

PUBLIC LETTERS TO PUBLIC. MEN, (Nb. 24.) To the Members of Ute Executive of the Perth Typographical Society : Gen ti em rm,-I am not quite sure if I am acting within my rights in ad- dressing yon as "public, men that yon are not such, most people will contend ; that dnring the last few weeks you have done your feeble best to bring yourselves into prominence no one will deny ; and the fact that you have succeeded be- yond your wildest expectations is reason enough fr meting out to you that mea- sure of kindly and soothing criticism which all public men enjoy, and which they naturally value so mach. No doubt your innate modesty would lead you to suggest that you should be spared the glories of fame; but your noble j conduct lately has raised you out of the I common ruck, and like a statue or a pillory you are sow raised on high, foll in die blinding glare of notoriety, for every dirty sparrow to roost upon, and for every street arab to throw mod at and express his hearty and undisguis...

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A PHENOMENAL BUSINESS RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

A PfllNOMJENAL BUSINESS RECORD. - The advent of a firm of standing in our colony ~ is always welcomed, and more especially so when the parent house is in the mother country, be- cause by such representation we are brought into direct communication with the Old World, and with its newest ideas of business. Oar remarks refer to Messrs. Stewart .Dawson and Co., watch manufacturers and jewellers, who have recently established a branch of their business in Perth. The history of this firm is a most phenomenal one and records probably the most success- ful career ever achieved in their own line of business, emphatically so in connection with colonial enterprise. C<Hnmencing in Liverpool, England, 30 years ago, and being convinced that the old form of ffngtiah Lever watch with the fusee and chain was to be superseded on its merits by the going borreL they with laudable prompti- tude, enthusiasm, and energy, entered into the manufacture of watches in a large way and inaugurated a ...

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TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 4 September 1898

.TURF NOTES. (By "The Young Un.") So little Las been heard of Mr. W iam Kelso »nee he'went to England th most people would not be surprised learn that the master of Orville Lod has done very little sight-seeing. B such is not the case, as a letter writ* by bim in July last shows that he h seen most things of any interest. j one time he had serious thoughts of st tiing in England and starting a trai ing stable. He was offered eight hors to handle, and doubtless would have g others, but he seems to have abandom the idea. He says that England is ti place for a man with a good horse, bi second-raters are not worth having, ai he does not think that any animal in h son's stable here is worth sending hom as the second-class ones there are be ter than ours. He has a good word i say about the jockeys. - M. Cannoi Loates, Watte, Madden, and Wood ai better than Australian riders. The ride with their heads, never get blocket and never hit another horse in a rac They take every ounce out of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 11 September 1898

CHARLES HABLES WATSON, WATSON, . 03 ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, PERTH, Is doing Bumest on MENZIES-WEDNESDAY and Thursday. MENZIES-WEDNESDAY and Thursday. Also, CAULFIELD and MELBOURNE- CUPS CAULFIELD and MELBOURNE'CUPS. Double and Straight Ont on Each Event AB telegrams should be reply paid. - No re- ply, no " Send for the "Sporting Guide" (gratis). HENRY . D. BLOOM, £ N B Y D. BLOOM, THE LEVIATHAN TURF COMMISSION AGENT, Will Execute Commissions at Best Market Prices on CAULFIELD CUP, MELBOURNE CUP, Straight-out and the Double. Al&Ot STARTING PRICE on all PRINCIPAL EVENTS TTrmrnrlwynt the Australian Colonie», .^^^ All Telegrams must he Reply Paid. No Reply^No Bolineas. Address all' coinmunîeations - HENRYtI)l»BCOOM, HENRY ÖW BLOOM, HENRY JL^BLOOMx ^TTERSATjL'S CLUB, CHABLEY CUTHBERT, THE LEVIATHAN CASH BETTER, and Champion i, 2. 3 Place Eventer. I Xiead, follow who can. £125 to ls. ^AULHEXD & MELBOURNE COPS Doubles ,aad Straight bru all Events. MARVEL BILLIARD SALOON. 57 H...

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SYDNEY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 11 September 1898

SYDNEY RACES. - Hurdles-¡-Mentone, 6 to 1 against. Trial-Blair, t to 1 against. Derby, Picture, second favorite, 3 to 1 against: Epsom, Handicap-A lam ene, 6 to 1 against. Spring Stakes-Merloalas, 3 to 1 against. Kensington Handicap-Tubal: Cain, 3 to 1 against._*?_

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OUR FINANCIAL FAILURE AND SUBSEQUENT SUCCESS. WHY AND HOW THEY HAPPENED. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 11 September 1898

OUR FINANCIAL FAILURE AND SUBSEQUENT SUCCESS WHY AND HOW THEY HAPPENED. Recent advices from London inform us that when first the loan was placed upon the London market investors fought shy, and, as a consequence, the stock was not taken up. Inquiry elicited the fact that capitalists wanted to knov something about the part of the world for which the loan was required, and in- formation not being forthcoming, and nobody being able to state anything de- finite about West Australia, the fate of the loan was, at least for the time being, doomed, and thick darkness gathered o'er the land of Forrestiana or Groper lacd. But at length there arrived a mail ship to London, and in her cargo she carried a number of serio-comic pamphlets, entitled "The Land of Pro- mise," and upon these being distributed the capitalists cf Great Britain were in- dignant, and exclaimed loudly that the Government which had in its possession such valuable information respecting their own country, and withheld it, ou...

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ON 'CHANGE. THE STOCK EXCHANGE OF PERTH. SATURDAY'S QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 11 September 1898

í ON 'CHAME. ¿ TBE STOCK EXCHANGE OF FERTIG SATURDAY'S QUOTATIONS. Tbe {allowing are ¿be buyta* an! ?ailing quotations with the prices oj gal rn effected. : Associated Gold Mines, b 97s, s 100s Bayleys United, C., s 3s Bellevue Proprietarv, C., b 16s 6d, -« 19s Block 45 (new issue), C., b 6s 6d, s 6a lld Bonnie Charlie, s 9d Boulder Half-Mile South; b Sd, 8 ls ld Boulder North Extended, s 2s 5d Brookman s Boulder, C., b 30s Chafiers, C., s 6s 6d Croesus Proprietary, s ls 6d Golden Zone (pro.), b ls ld, s ls IJd Great Boulder, C., b 19s Great Boulder Main Beef, O, b 26a Sd, s 30s Great Boulder Perseverance, CL, ÍOa Hainault, C., b 52s 6d Hannan's Oroya, C., b 15s 9d Hannants Beward North (con.), b 2s 7d¿ b2s9d Hannan's Star ,C, b 16s Ivanhoe G.M. Corporation, C., b £7 13s Ivanhoe Junction, b lOld, s Is, sales lld Ivanhoe South Extended, b 5B 9d Kalgoorlie Bank of England, s 26s 6d Kalgoorlie Mint and Iron King, C., b 130 Kalgurli, C., b JL1 7s KaJgurE North, C., s 33s 6d Kalgurli Sou...

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LONDON MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 11 September 1898

LONDON MAfiEET. Mr. E. H. Barrett, stock and share broker, received the following quota- tions from his London agents on Satur- day :- ! Golden Horseshoe,.JD10 16s 3d Lake View Consols, £11 13B 9d South Kalgurli, 5fe 3d Kalgurli, £7 10s 9d Brown Hill Extended, 21s Ivanhoes, £7 18s 9d Market strong.

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THE WEATHER. MR. WRAGGE'S FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 11 September 1898

. THE WEATHER MR. WRAGGES FORECAST. Forecast from C. L. Wragge, chief Weather Bureau of Australasia, communicated by Clarke and Knapp, optical institute, Royal Arcade:-Thunder showers and unsettled weather in north, fine spells iritervening. Fine during early future in south, but new An- tarctic disturbance, named Chela, now about seven hundreds miles S.W. from Leewin will, ' before end of period, cause further rain in ' southern districts, with freshening winds and t squalls from between 3».S.W. and S.S.W., i with rising to rough seas between Perth and Esperance Bay. Monsoonal disturbance named Eli exists in tropics, and this and Chela will j ' probably in part coalesce, in which event tro- { ' pical thunderstorms will probably be experi- j . en ced in southern districts.-(Signed) dement] . L. Wragge. __________ With regard to the mysterious nug- get (this is the only name that can per . tain to tiie reported slug, the "golden '. sickle" must retire until brought forth , to the wor...

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ADELAIDE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 11 September 1898

Mr. B. H. Barrett, stock and snare* broker, received tba following quota- tions from, .bia Adelaide agents ou Satur- day : Great Boulders, b 19s 6d Brookman's Boulders, 30fi 6d Great Boulder Main Beefs, 28s Hannan's Oroya, 15s 6d Kalgoorlie Mints, b 14s Kalgurli, b JCT 9s North Kalgurli, 31s 6d Associated, 99s Lake View South, 26s 3d Boulder North Extended, 2s 6d Hannan's Reward North, 2s 5d Block 45's, 6s 9d Ivanhoe South Extended, 6s 4d Chaffers, 6s 2d Market strongs Mr. R. ^^Barfeit, slock and snare broker, Perth, has received the following quotations from his London agents dur- ing the week at-eïôsing'|>rices : Associated, 97s Great Boulder Perseverance, 75s Kalgoorlie Mint, 13s South Kalgoorlie, 54s 3d North Kalgurli, 33s 1 Lady Shenton, 50s Kalgurli, £1 10s 9d Ivanhoe, £7 18s"9d Golden Horseshoe £10 16s 3d White Feather MainBeefs, 10s Lake Views, £3 16s 3d Great Boulder Main ."Reefs, 26s 3d Chaffer's, 6s lid Great Boulders, 19s*6d Hannan's Proprietary Development,. S* 7¿d H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 11 September 1898

"ST <A. CT K DOODLE TOBACCO. _ Obtainable Everywhere. _ O IH -A- 25& L JD 3 WATSON, (Laie of Tattersalls Club, Melbourne), TTJEF COM MISSIOÎsT AQEITT. Registered V.R,C. Melbourne, AJ.C. Sydney. Member of all ihe Principal Clubs in the Colonies, and Albert Club, London. WILL EXECUTE COMMISSIONS ON TWO CUPS-CAULFIELD AND MELBOURNE. Y.R.C, DERBY AND MELBOURNE CUP, TWO CUPS-CAULFIELD AND MELBOURNE. VJ&C. DERBY AND MELBOURNE CUP? CHJSLKHÍES WATSON lays the longest prices. Address all communications CHARLES WATSON? Tattersalls Club, Perth ; or, 263 ht Georges Terrace, Perth SEND FOB THE " SPORTING GUIDE," FREE ON APPLICATION. All -telegrams^ shouhfêbe-reply paid. No-reply, no business. Country cheques must arrive three clear -days before the -race-is run. 2i per cent, charged on winnings only*

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WALSH AND SON. AN UP TO DATE FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 11 September 1898

' WALSH AND SON. AN UP TO DATE FIRM. Eren the most casual observer cannot other than be attracted bj the unique appearance of Messrs. Walsh and Son's grocery emporium in High-street, Fre- mantle. This enterprising firm has dur- ing the past five years, through the systematic manner in .which they have conducted their business, earned for themselves throughout the colony a re- putation as grocers which might well be envied. They have numerous branches at all the principal goldfields centres, while their head establishment is at Fre- mantle. Owing to the continued in- crease of business Mr. Joseph Walsh, the managing partner, has found it neces- sary to make year by year improvements to the firm's Fremantle premises. Quite recently extensive alterations were again made to the premiseswith the object of making the establishment one of the finest of its kind in Western Australia. This idea has been put into effect, with the result that the firm now have busi- ness premises of which they...

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HE SNUFFING OUT OF ESPERANCE [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 11 September 1898

J HE SNUFFING OUT OF ESPERANCE j On Thursday evening, in the Assembly, the Loans Beappropriajtion Bill was again discussed, and Mr. Conolly, ML. A, made an impassioned and eloquent speech -in favor of the chums of Esperance. ? An amendment, tabled by Mr. George Leake, provided for the excision of the amount set down for the survey of a railway route from Coolgardie to- Norseman. Of course, the carrying out of this survey means that Parliament and the country are committed to the construction of the line, and the construction of the line means the final destruction of Esperance. The amendment was lost by a majority of one, and that one was Mr. Conolly, who had just made his best speech in favor of the amendment. The division list shows that tile irony of fate made Mr. Conolly the teller for the crowd who have administered the coup de grace to Esper- ance. Here it is : Ayes (15).-Messrs. Highany Holmes, Hooley, Illingworth, Kenny (teller), Kingsmill, Leake, Mitchell, Moran, Oats, Quin...

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WHITEWASH! [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 11 September 1898

WHITEWASH! At last the Government has appoint- ed the gentlemen who are to sit as Royal Commissioners to inquire into the penal system of the colony. The names are as follow:-Adam Jameson (chairman), Frank Craig, James Gallop, Henry J. Lötz, Edward W. Mayhew, Matthew L. Moss, Horace G. Stirling, and Harry P. Woodward. None of these persons.had any particular knowledge either of our local system or of peniljjy generally, and their appointaient is therefore pretty good proof of the desire of the Ministry to burke all real inquiry, and to turn the commission into a mere whitewashing' farce. None of the members who took part in the debate on our prison Sys- tem have been offered a seat, and this alone shows that th era -is no genmne desire for a thorough* investigation. However the public will not be balked of a full and proper inquiry. The case of Faddy v. Vosper, for alleged libel, is to be heard in the Supreme Court next month, and this will probably prove a cause celebre, inasmuch a...

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A TERRIBLE CHARGE. FOUL DISEASES AMONG THE BLACKS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 11 September 1898

A TERRIBLE CHARGE. FOUL DISEASES AMONG THE BLACKS. To the Editor. Dear Sir,-I am informed by one wbajj reckons he knows that on the fields th»} state of jome of the unfortunate bladcf gins is terrible, very many of -them) being afflicted with venessa! disease, and) by which many young men through con-* tact with them are ruined, and made ai prey of by quack doctors and so-called! specialists in private diseases. I con-j sider it the duty of the Government toi protect the blacks, and have them pKH perry provided with medical comforts am it is a scandalous disgacre that in ai Christian country, the poor unfortunates should be left to die of foul and kath-) some diseases. Knowing that any sugg gestions for the amelioration of the oon-[ dition of the helpless will meet your sup-} port, both in your paper and Parliament (hence my writing you.) I am, yours truly, J. MARSH. [What rs thc Protector domg in refer- ence to this grave matter? Is it no* time that some definite work was done for ...

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ROWING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 11 September 1898

ROWING MEMS. .{By an Okf'ün.) The clubs are now making all the ne nessary preparations for the selecting and training of their crewB for the forth- coming West Australian Bowing dab's annual regatta, to be held on the 8th of. October next, and although too early to speak with, any great confidence upon the merits of the respective clubs' repre- sentatives, yet it may safely be predicted that many of the crews will show form ¡and rowing superior to anything we I have yet seen on local waters, and with four dear weeks before them, the coaches of the various clubs have ample time to yet put a finish upon the men under them, and from the in many cases pre- sent rough and rugged crews, some first class oarsmen will be licked into shape. The West Australian CUub have se- cured the services of Mr. Goodyear, of late years the coach of the Fremantle Club, for their senior crews, and if the men under his tuition only show half the energy in learning his methods as be is willing to impart, a s...

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