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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

Frequent changes tit food -are specially requisite for young chicks. . , « ¿ ; t>ossfaredf6wis,-w snitabfe^ireedB are crossed, make' good layers and groar fast. Plenty ot judicious advertising in a weB. «rcnlated agrï(ml taral journal ifill^epay gr»veL - ' IF is "neHther^coa sharp enough for grit. It cannot bè too often repeated that dampness is important in the nest of the sit- ting hen, but especially just before batch- ing.. ? , - v - . Cross-breeding, both for egg . production and fer table purposes, requires considerable judgment, and. ». a most important . con- siderationito ail who lae]» fowls; V'.,; Indian Ronner ducks are a comparatively new breed. The ducks are the greatest layers of any breed. They ara smaller than' Pekina or Ronens, and do not fatten as quickly or easily while ysung. --' Sunflower seed,- which can be easily grown in profusion around , yoar fences and walls without any trouble save the covering of the seed in aprhig, is anadmirableeltera-; tive, and fo...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FRUIT INSPECTION. SMALL SALESMEN SACRIFICED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

FRÜIT INSPECTION. - .i--*-:--~ ? \ . . "Daylight" -writes ;WWill you loudly allot a small space in ' your fearless and outspoken paper in connection: with recent prosecutions which have taken place lately ,in; the City ?olice,Court againetthe small fruitfihopkéepers for Selling bad fruit! ¿1 snfst admit that the public require protec tion, but where are ¿ur health inspectors when they allow bad' fruit to be sold to retailers in the auction rooms of the, city? Some of this fruit is in a state of decay before being sold by auction. I should think the auction room the proper place for the health inspector to take action; It is there he should condemn "such rotten, fruit from .being sold to retailers. This would bi> af certaWamcunt of projection to tbeptizens. of Perth. ' Then where doeB This Bad Fruit Coxae From ? C^efly trpmthB ¡Eastorn.,Státes ; secondly,; from Jhe.large.-. aholpV PerÄ and" |frei :ibantíe^J3tóWw ; for lear of being prosecuted ; out they suîîle atrthe smart way the...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Rape for Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

Rape for Pigs. A series of experimente to test the vaine ol rape for pigs,-carried one at .the-Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Stotfon, are thee summarised :--That with pigs froni'rfdur. to tan months old, representing the Taxions ' breeds cf swine, aa acre' of rape, when pro ;perly grown, LAB a feeding value, when cern - "'pared with a ration 'of maire aad^hcah, . ejuivalent to 2.«61b. of a mixture" pf'these . geain feeds. T«at *».» is A betfie^greén . -leed for growing pig« than good clover pas tore, the pigs fed on raje having made on ' .ybe average, 1001b. of sainen 32.51b. lees - ' ¿rain than was reqmfed^gy the pigs fed-on clover pasture. ^faatpt^'rare more thrifW, bavé better appetites add ,£aske correspond- ingly greater gains when'-cnnplied with a rape pasture in jpG^unctinajfHfli their .grain feed Ûiatt when fed onigrauilalonei'^Ifirt.a fiot of Dwarf .".BBHK: forage rape, when planted" ia driBs 30m. apart early in autumn, will jield thtieegooa crops of; fn" a favorable se...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
For the Farmers. RURAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

RURAL TOPICS. ! Frosts are still prevalent. . Potatoes above ground should have a Ii earth drawn over them. Cereal crops where not more than tl inches in height would be benefited if a li roller were put over the field. A fine day should be chosen for the wt Rolling; is preferabable to feeding off in a ¿ jesses in this country. ' v Lucerne should now be sown for pen '.' ' neut pasture. The land must be x ploughed and the surface, brought toa! tilth, ac much of the seed wül be buried. , . .S*nfoin should receive a trial. It i valuable plant for pasture, and stock i fatten on it. Very little has been grown - * 'this State up to the present. J - < The cereal crops as seen from the rail« T between Midland Junction «nd Gerald are backward. The cold* weather-has ^tarded their progress. ? ' Between Geraldton and Greenough Bi v tiiey are very promising. Most of th " we're got in carly and much of thc land i i - hem tallowed. Artificial manures are not.in such demi : -.as th» ana ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PARKER-SPEAR CASE. PORTRAITS OF PROMINENT PARTICIPANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

CASE. "J-v. j.SUPQÎÈ P&BKER,- ^ - «abject of AHegodlibeL EX-JUD&B FEKNEFATHER, - The Key to the Trouble. FRÂKK PenasrathátVi M.L.A., JOE "CHARLES?* the Alleged Libels < Attempted to feist i.SfJSDAT.TlMES, * "BjÉf." FATHER DUFF, who Stole the . *gl|jk - "StrKDAT TIMES Proof. ^ W; J. GEORGE, EXM.L.A-, The WalingTool in Parliament ..Jv" SENATOR B^NE¥,,who IJefeoded Mr. í*s\ Çpear*b8CrimmalTrials. ? i Mn--S#.«.HAYlíESr4J»e Ifiterceder» j

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

CYCLES ! SAVE MONEY by BUYING a RELIABLE JÏYGLE. We are Offering oar Well-known Make» at Greatly Bedaod Priées to sait tis» times : " COVENTRY EUC," from £19 5«. "THOMAS,? from £13 lös. " BIB " (Oar Hake), from £15 15a. DUNLOP TYKES. ALL CYCLES GUARANTEED FOB TWELVE MONTHS. ¡ ' Wearing Parts Kept in Steele. RIC H D. PURSER 5 CO^ WtLLlAM-ST., PERTH. D.F. DUNCAN & GO. (Late King Duncan & Co.) V Produce Merchants. PRIMEST CHAFF, BRAK, AND OATS STOCKED] PATENT CHAFF-CLEANTNO CASH BUYERS OE ALL FARM PRODUCE. 204 PIEB-ST., PERTH. rf^HE INDEPENDENT ORDER Off JL FORESTERS. " * THE WORLD'S GREATEST FRATER- NAL LD7E ASSURANCE SOCIETY. Does Lite Assurance on. Monthly Stipulated Premium Plan. Membership, 185,0(10. Do- ing Business in Four Continents. £2,000,000 already paid to Widows and Orphans. Pay» ing now to Widows and Orphans £1,000 per day. Accumulated Fonds, £1,000,000. Incorporated by Special Act of Parliament of Canada, and under Government Inspec- tion in Ganada, Great...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TO THE DEAF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

ÏOfflEDBff. A COBB *&B BESTNSSS.-The Indian ^pBc4fi$'li^y.im^^ int« ^spoimtry, is dbohâelr the foeeit remedy éver known: fordeafneEMandnoiseBmT^hB&d. It goes right to tl» seat of the trouble, and speedily efiects a complete cure. A lady says, "I am indeed happy to tell yon that the Indian Remedy has entirely restored my hearing, although my case was long ago considered hopeless." Testimonials from all parts of ti» world. Sold in bottles 4s. 9d. post free, wjtii fn^ cureotions. {Protected by Govern- ment Stamp.) Address : Mr. James Harley, S3 Stodtdale-rosd, Battersea Bark, London,' S.W., England. It means a saving to tbs cook-Hoghes and Doheny's Baking Powder.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NOTHING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

MOtlliiíC Noitingissohardtodoa8-^othijjg,ftDdyet cotMngisBosimpleasforàhoreeovraértotreat bis horse or horses with "Rondo"*-* little measrarefid on the ordinaxy^ood every even ? ing-at a cost of-anly lOd'. perweel¡percharse _ - --And the result in one month fs a b edded v r vaine ^^i^'ho^^iy péiBà ot improved Oppeara/ict; ôtà: #rea(&r working 'capacity. The following firms are now treating thoir horses ssiMactorüywith '"Kvtûdà*'.-The ' . " EraakJ}add^y.,vMoàUûi|bdHarpwopd, i . barnes BsU and Co.; Harris, Scarfe and Co., J). Moore and ^..SJooiube, Wooäe and Co., J. " XL. Terguson, Ltd;, The Jarrahdale Coy., Ltd., Bwaa'Brewery Coy;, Stanley Brewery Coy., PerthtGaar Coy-, Metropolitan Fire Brigade -jand^ 'ijti&rfi.. are/"others.!' "Kc&do" is woHh inquiring shoat.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
RAILWAY ECONOMY. A HEPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

RAILWAY ECONOMY.. ! A ÈEPLL j 'One who "Knows" writes :-Inotio in your issue of 2nd inst., a Letter fron *. Woodcutter,11, beaded " Rail wa; Econony, etc.? I have carefu'.li perused the remarks of this moderi "Ananias," and «an only characterisi them as an effusion emauating from Í weak, envious, malicious, and other wise disordered brain. fie makes ai nnwarrantable attack on F. Stephens, a man who has been before. the public for yeara a« a contractor in wood tc the Government and public generally, and has tendered» a good account of him seif, no complaint ever, having- been made with regard" to quality of wood or measurement of tracks. "Wood- cutter" attempts to bide disappoint- ment (and chagrin occasioned thereby) under the guise o£»a-.psrbl.c benefactor -one for the puViürñnd Two fear Himself He assumes rathèéi a-relictas tarn of mind now a days-«ailing attention to the Sunday work cai ri ed on at the siding. This is rather a contrast to his mode ot living, and general be i havi...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CARTER AND CO'S. FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

CASTER AND Cfi'S. FAIR. Carter ead Co., the great ready-money drapers of Wellington-street, have had a most successful week's trading, and the goods are being truly "bumped out" as ptr advertisement. The country people hare siso taken ad vantage of she bargains throush Carter sade Co's, famous country order dc* partaient. A goed chance ia still offered to intending purchasers during the coming «ask. Carter and Co. are not getting hysterical about it, but reductions are made in ail departments in plain or fancy goods, although in hundreds of cases no reduction urns necessary, as the goods were dirt cheap ""before. - After the theatre go to "The Alexandra," Sarrack-etreet,

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

Special AdVOTtteements. Condit aud Laiinder, . . 412 Hay.Street, Perth. . Tratest Selections of New Season'« >.:" ~ Goods Jost Omened. ^ ALL KINDS OF HATS MADE 3» ; ORDER. ? :x; DRESS SOnS: A HPECIALTS;, CRYSTALCAFERESTAURANT 867 HAT-STHJSHT, PEBTS {O^oaitetheBoçMBTché). ... ¿ T. DEW,~P«prietor- f (Late of Albany). Select Ladies' Dining and Retiring Rooms Jost Added; also Smoking and Reading Boom for Gentlemen. ALL MEALS, ls. First-class Beds »nd weU.-ventílated Rooms from ls. 6d. to 2s. per. night. . <-,. * .-. The Crystal Cafe has no riral in tbe43i^p for Cleanliness and' Civility. ?' '. Inspection Invited. DONALD J. CHI4?PJBB,; " UifDERTAKER, > Hay-street, Berth, and at Hannan-. street, Kalgoorlie. Th» Most Uprto-Date Funeral ITaratshing Establishments in the State. ; The Latest JPesigns jp jJEEreatbs.. Domes and -Crosses ^w«ffs#¿^¿l j*y«fi J^^lisbmBats. ; lTffrr^I COMPANY Make rAdvanoss ****** * **and MODERATE w _ Strictest Privacy 'Guaranteed: ' < ?'...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOR OVER TWENTY YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

HERR RASSMUSSENv The Cele- brated Danish Herbalist, baa proclaimed from the columns of every newspaper in Australasia that his ALFALINE LOCK PILLS contain no Mercury, and that thej are a Speedy and Permanent Cure for ihe most serious Constitutional, Blood and Skin Diseases, <ílects, Discharges, and all Diseases of the Urinary Organs. Also that his ALF ALINE VITALITY PILLS new fail to Cure All Nervous Diseases, especially those resulting from early indiscretion and youthful fairy. , Tbousands-of persons have benefited by HERR BASSMUSSEN'S ADVICE, which is given FREE. Thousands have . been Cured by taking his Remedies. Thousands have sent him Testimonials and letters, of thanks, , and to-day Thousands af his CURED PATRONS are assisting him to make known to the world tl» van» ai.bia Botannical Discoveries and the great virtues of his Herbal Medicines. Yet today tho» are doubtless thousands of Blood and- Nerve Sufferers stu! loading themselves up with the usual but dreaded dr...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TO-MORROW'S TEST MATCH. Perth v. Fremantle. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

. The foUowing team has been chosen', to rep* osent the ' Perth ; district in the match ! against Combined Fremantle, which is to be f pUyed on the Association Cricket Ground to-morrow morning, commencing at 10.45. The Perth Club will supply the jerseys, but players are requested to bring their own I backers and stockings.:-Anning, Austin, Bailey, Bowen, Chuke, Crase, Cleland, Ed * SBondson, Gillies, Hoakihçs, Kennedy, W. P. LoeL Meantara, Noonan, Orr, O'Brien, Puling, Randell, Spüker,'Scott, Wildy.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
INTERSTATE MATCH. Victoria v. South Australia. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

, The second interstate matea for Ute season - between Sou (^ Australis and Victoria was played on tho Melbourne Cricket Ground j ibis afternoon. ¡ After an interesting game . the final -bell found «béants îh favor of the visitors, the «cores heroic :-33outh Aus- tralia, 10.8 (68 pointe); Victoria, S.6 (60 points). _-*_

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
EAST FREMANTLE v. N. FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

',' .'.."v.r?>-.'r '.r£''" ;-".^c,; .. j. ^j-iç*. j«, ' ?? A very laige crowd greeted «ie; Eàét «ttï , ^North Fré^iaotle teams s^ on to the Framsnlie Oval' for the-^third rime " thu season. "Both teams were weîl repre-" seated, rtíiongh üorth > were without ling . sM.CórkhiU,^ w were tinder ^suspension, ¡áui East had Vtocent' out. lt' was " considered likely thst Tyson, who has been QI for a fortnight, woiudalsobè auabsêtttee, " 4wt at the last .moment-the old warrior ^ battled ont, sad though ; inly for a ,. ' fsW;- ^moments in - his . accnptomed , l-^jplaoe following, did good work all the same, ' and put co^dence into his comrades. Play opened fast, but ten minutes elapsed before Nye for thé North put up .the first '?. nâjor point. <Äettleborough 'for I. East -promptly responded. Give and take j^V^vfoltowW East' had öightly the letter of the play, though^ North prevailed in the all-important p^t, goal . kicking. In thc second quarter East had all the better of th...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PERTH v. SUBIACO. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

" i PERTH Y. SBBIiCO. . ' Teams representing the PerthaudSnbiaet - JClidjBjne|ou the W.Ä.O.A. Ground «ester .*day< afternoon. ? Subiaco bemoaned ' th« * absence of Ejine, Wilson, Palmer, Bowker, .nd Nolan, while Morphett and Ogberoe't placee in the Perth team were tided bi Geddes, an old Carltonian (16 jears'agp), . and Holmes. Ward umpired- ',. Perth, win sing the toss, kicked towards the tiver, end ojrieklj gained control. Tbej had a big " lead iu the first h<df, and though fte Subiaco men had more of the game in the second . h^f^Perfh^^ron !very^ooj The > scores Were - ^' Quarter-tice Ï Perth, 6.4 ; Subiaco, nil. '.'.> H*tf.*im»r Baili, &3;^Babmco,r2a r f ^ T^ird-quarter ^e: Perth, 0.f; Subiaco, ' Final : Perth, 12.6 (78 points) ; Subiaco, . is^points). . *i..Y-^T? 'i- t^Ucters^ {*), E. Cherry (3), light (2), Wells, M'Neil and Hussey. Fbr Subiaco: Gorton, Bolt, Noonan and FiadUy.; Best players;-For Pfifll» í PuHuw V^ells, Stewart, Cherry. (3), ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
IMPORTANT ELECTORAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

IFnPORTÂHT ELECTORAL NOTICE. AD advertisement of more than ordinary interest to oar 'readers will he found ID oar advertising columns withjrespect to a com- plete alteration in the compilation of -the electoral rolls for the State. - For some con- siderable timo a large' extra staff has been engaged, under thu directions of the Inspec- tor of Parliamentary Bolls, in copying the names of the whole of the males and females of adult age which were to be found upon the census papers of 19Ö1. As every house- hold was supplied with one of these papers, and allowa njeB having been made for the time which has elapsed since the 3l6t March, 1901, it follows that the rolle of the diffe- rent electorates 'compiled in this manne ehould be as nearly se possible perfect.- Tb^e Electoral Department has done its part of the work, abd it now remains tor the electors t o do their part. Throughout the whole of the " State many persons were absent from their homes and electorates on tho night of the cen...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
VICTORIAN FOOTBALL. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

«CT(^ ÏÔQÏBiLL, Uh» following are ^Ú^ÍBBVBKS-^^ÍÍI»' Association premierBhip nstobes pUyed *°Nortt Melb«im¿ 5aS (*3p^ Williamstown, &4 (40 points). Riohmond. 12.U (83 points), bast Essen- don Towiv2.o^l7pouite). Branswfct,6.i2 ,(48 pointB)j beat West Melboun>effc8:f«:^ ? Bort Melbourne, "922 £76 points), beat

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SUBIACO BICYCLE CLUB. SEVEN MILE ROAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

SEVEN MILE ROAD RACE. j W. Swarbrick, 1 : W. Daebritz, 2; Ci , a Aidons, 3. S. Bearer, Bera ten, secoretr * fastest time, 18.34. _ . . I hat ase me dot DOXO -«nitder bair. He »as gout, rah. The pitbiicans are having a great go at - -each arther jost uaw, : and Wie public conse- quently have a fine opportunity of fayingjn «.apply of ttquor st reasonable prices. Dp to date Schrntii at the Royal takes the cake - for bed-rock rates, and readers are reennv mended to peru» his price-list published in : «ne advertising -columns. Bataan yowgarret in English steans ^PQTff nififrt* Hfr '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRITISH ASSOCIATION. FINAL COMPETITION. PERTH V. CIVIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

BRITISH ASSOCIATION. FINAL COMPETITION. PERTH V. CIVIL SERVICE. , IM «Dove maten was played yesterday, ead waa won by Perth by 1 goal to niL

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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