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LOCO. WORKSHOPS. SOME FREMANTLE EMPLOYEES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

" " LOCO. WORKSHOPS. 50MB MMANTLE EMPLOYEES. ""CoamopoîîfcaD" writes : - I ha TÎten heard it remarked of late th »if it were not for the SOXDAX TIMES »in the masterly and straghtforwai »manner it has dealt with the abos and corruption of oar public depai meat»-we should nave been the mo degenerate and corrupt State, of tl Commonwealth. The public ind« may thank you most sincerely for ti Msnanly and ; fearless way yon bai »always championed the cause of righ -against might, and justice against ii . justice. If ever a paper Deserved Well -of ita country, I most unhesitating! -say that paper is the SDSDAT Toa Amongst the many of these are tb -exposures from time to time of on Hallways and their mismanagemen 'One of your, contemptoraries (a dailj I notice has taken the matter up, bo -only at the eleventh hour. It is, ho« ever, to be hoped this same daily ha 'been converted from darkness to Ugh' -mai for the futura tri?! see not a . ^through a- glass dimly, but with tb pure and unadulter...

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

A Great Dalry, Head's Dairyman, gires tais interesting account of au immense dairy owned by Francis Francisco, .. near Newark, New Jersey :- .-" ';' There arc never less than 1,000 cows at - thia e«tabBshment. The number varies from 1,000 to" 1*200- Mr. Francisco receives at least one carload of plump "new milch ' cows from "his Iowa ranch every week. His inspector tests and examines every cow rigidlv, and every one which is found to be . out of condition, or that does not give milk , which; in amount and quality equals the standard required, is converted into beef. Thea the rest are given a place in the dairy. 'i Every tow is killed and sold to tho meat dealer as soon as it becomes "dry," and its place filled by a new milch cow. . These ctows are kept in three large stable, and 60 men eare' for their wants. These - "' stables an clean, dry, and well ventilated. Every cow looks sleek enough to co to a weddwg. Every cow is curried. daily^ '.. and every., cows udder, is liioreughh/ wa...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE COLLIE CORPORAL. SECRETLY SCUTTLING A SCANDAL. PILMER WILL PROPUGN PUBLICLY. Dorothy Dodd Defies her Defamers. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

THE COLLIE CORPORAL. " ' '.^cîÏHCBMMr V^NpHÄiÄ*:14-^"?4öÄÄfc. ; v l V ? ----:- ? . , ' Dorothy Dodd Defies ber Defamers. In MU* issue of Joly 27 we pnbMshet -following anent Corporal Filmer, of ^Cottie :-*«Tbe heads of the Folios Be] meat are evidsmtfy^ determined to Jrsa! -scandal of tte polieemso {Corporal PU -at the Coule in the «ame way as they the PremanÜe satyrs. Pilmer employa serrant giri, about 18 yeara of age, ns w &imfo.Sodd* andltbis young lady cha ? 'him with irving taken : immo»^ '- -wish ber. Supporting tí» gui are^the oonstables under Pinner. -.'.A.;charge ?senous as this -should liebeard in t -court, and the publie h%e a right to jt ¡as to ¿he evidence lpn both sides. £ But spectors Lawrence and Holmes have 1 ' commissjontd;to hear ^ 43ase with ch doors. 'Moreover, 'íShe^^aiathorîties^''* addedito the acand^ by refusù^ tô íuno» a charo of rsuch ,gravftr.i:b The. i .- .aJ*wW.resi^^ stand tbs ébanos à young lady will 'havi ^rtndiease her character wb*u eba , h...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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VERSE—AND WORSE "To cheat thee of a sigh, Or charm thee to a tear." —MOORE. OUR CORONATION CABLE. BY DRY[?]LOWER. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

"To cheat thee of a sigh, Orehann thee io a sear.". -Moose OUR CORONATION CABLE. - * By DRYBLOWXS, LONDON, SATURDAY. The newly-coronated. King «at on his gilded .- throne, . , Ibo Boral retinue had gone, and Edward a&talone. '? ¿bis«, that ii, excepting for that weary j weed the Prince ' (We knew hint as the Jookoyork, ha's been _ promoted since)., That day a boss sky-pilot placed the Crown j " on Bd ware's bead. That day - «ie belted Baroas swore to j ''. knuckle down to Ned,. And like a «aldea halo on tim sammie of an Alp > ': He balanced several fortnnes on the baldness j of his scalp. That day a high-boss bishop Smeared hun o'er with holy fat, TOI ba noseaayed like a fUh-shop , Or a candb>maker's vat. All day with interest flabby He bad watched them cnuge and crawl, ] TffLhe bolted from the Abbey To the Palace audience halL Bat though one erawfeome crowd bad gone, '< " . from Oreak of early mom j Another mob bad waited there to kiss the ' Kingly corn: I ...

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

WHYTE & SÉBOI A Ti Y'S MA bri IE ABSÖIL,TJTELY TIJSTRIV ALLED. Sole Agents-MILNE & CO., William Street, Perth. No. IO.I glenoran Whisky I No. IO. Th& PTTBEST MALT WHISKY Scotland Produces. rjiBIS WHISKY ts Óuaranteed the Sole Unblended Produce of tba Ord Distillery Company. M. U JUA OF OBD, BOSS-SHXBSL COTTLE MOIBS CHAMBERS^ SOLE AGENT. ISL. 860. ?? . ~. ? ' /TE3L%r 850, 136 WIZZIAM STREET, PERTS. EDISON AND SWAN LAMPS, DYNAMOS, MOTORS, CABLES, ABO LAMPS, aud ELECTRICAL FITTINGS IN STOCK, Rankine's Patent Feed Water Filter and Grease Extractor. MACHINERY INDENTS EXECUTED. BOWBA gs O'DEA, Coachbuilders . . | . . and Undertakers. 105 PIER STREBT, PERTH. FUNERALS AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL- CLASSES. WREATHS ALWAYS IN STOCK,. . TO-KPHOHE 308. PRIVATE TKLKKHOXB 649. t. HEALY & FONTAINE, .. - - JE^&im îp».-r> tie "THE FRISCO" TAnj0ES* HATTJEBS' M-KBCERS, ETC. THE LATEST IN CHRISTY'S HATP. WAAT\I>A W<! U ñ These High-grade HATS are BOW Wo...

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TRIAL OF LYNCH. BOW-STREET PROCEEDINGS CASE FOR THE CROWN. THE IRISH BRIGADE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

- " ???>??????'????? i SOW-STREET PROCEEDINGS CASE FOR THE GROWN. m IRISH BRIGADE INCIDENTS. Mr. Arti or Alfred Lynch, who waa -some; little timo ago elected as the member for Galway to the British House of Commons, and who thereby * created great public excitement be- cause of his known sympathy with, . -and active practical help to, the Boers, was recently brought up at the Sow street Police Court, charged with High "Treason. The court was crowded. Mr. Lynch, looking very pale, was .accommodated with a seat in the dock. 'The fallowing is a report of the pro -oeedtngs: The Solicitor - General said Mr. Xynck was a British subject. He was 'born in .Australia and was of Irish .descent. He appeared to have left Australia some. 10 years ago, nettling on Paris as a journalist. On the out- break of the Transvaal ÇWar, ,be ap pearcd to have gone, early in the year 1900, to the Transvaal in his capacity aa journalist. But before his depar 'ture be had undoubtedly been in .commnniration w...

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

CONCENTRATED FOODS. Wa are told now-a-days that the food of the future will be of a' concen- trated form. We are to take a tablet for breakfast, a lozenge for luncheon, and a seven course dinner at night in two or three capsules. [Liquids are to be taken in a similar manner. The idea is ingenious, but ie so absurd that it indicates a lack of reasoning power in those who put it forward. As a well-known physician said, speaking of the so-called "extracts of beef," the only way you can get an ox into a tea-cop is by leaving the greater part of the animal outside. The idea of making an extract of a seven course dinner, for ex- ample, is more ludicrous than in- genious. If a boiler needs so many pounds of coal or carbon to evaporate so much water, is it possible to make 1 an "extract of coal," which, containing ! a less number of pounds of carbon, and will yet evaporate the same amount of water Î We think not ; and yet this is exactly what our would-be scientific friends prescribe for us...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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SOUTH AFRICA. CHANGES FOR LABOR. A WARNING TO EMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

I SOUTH AFRICA. ICHANGES FOR LABOR. ; ? A WAfflüBC ^EMICRASTS. . ai:.'.:/'.. . rf* . I . ?: V . ¿ - ,-. Hardly -oas ; the', peace "maffieking" fev subsided than (he emigration agents - (Primrose damesand Jewish financiers), ^' by articles in the Jingo Press, lectures to women's associations, -leaflets and £ other means, try to induce ignorant English men and women to emigrate . to the . stolen South African States. f-(> For whit purpose is easily seen by just Sj' . one sentence in an article by Miss Batemen, almost begging women type fr writers, teachers, milliners, boatdin« ¿ honse-iceepers, etc, to give up good fe***- poeto in England and hie without delay ^-*<*o*^our$?outb. African Arcadia."' This laoV says, .''Given a great colony, snch as South Africa, it is of the gravest importance that it should be. peopled ly loyal colonists.*1 In tAherwords, if , we flood South Africa with men and women who haye been brought up sE: , "genteely," we shall "ensure our su * prem...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

Business Notices. OPârige Lily, The GENUINE and ORIGINAL CURE for ALL FORMS of FEMALE WEAKNESS. For TUMOURS, ULCERATION, CONGESTION. Ac. '' After 30 YEARS Study, Dr. Coonlev ^emulated thia Remedy aa a HOME treatment. If yon nave doctored for jean without relief, don't despair-TRY ORANGE LILY. ProfHBional and Business Women "tun down" or over worked shook! take Dr. Gooaley's Herbal \ Tonic Ail .Information Free at the j ORANGE ULT REMEDY CO. 19 ROYAL ARCADE, PERTH. - TED RYAN "^5 09 BARRACK STREBT. THE VERY BEST HAIR-CUT AND SHAVE IN PERTH. Choicest Brands Tobaccoes, Cigars, and Cigarettes always in Stock. T. F. BEIMAGE Sc CO., N.Br-Shares bosgbt on 25 per cent, cover. Lady in Attendance. Tai.. 1084. The Oldest Established Furniture Manufacturer and Warehouseman In Western Australia, HAS ONE OF THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCKS TO SELECT FROM, COMPRISING OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND ' ' ?' ? HOUSEHOLD REQUISITES. OFFICE FUKNJTUBE A SPECIALTY, DRAWING-ROOM SUITES , BEDROOM SUITES FLO...

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The Sunday Times SUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 1902. FLOATING BLACK HOLES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

ßxpm*x,j AtTpofcr ï?, 19Q2. . SOBAJAS. Dpwlah's treatment pf the. Europeans at Calcutta was so.abomin- able that it is questionable if ever the memory of it will ne eSaced from his- tory. Bot was &e B)ack Hole, more" cruel tban; the r^inrning troopships bringing-our soldiers home from the *.> war?' If it were it was only in degree: and not ^$^d,^iBa^lng the accounts! of the voyages of these home-bringing ships that have already : arrived-?tbe Britannic, the Orient, and the Dray . hton Grange-is to vicariously feel the . suffocation and. the - snSering, " " with all their attendant horrors^ . .? so graphically/ described by Mac-'. aulay in bis.r essay on Olive. Prom -.-*^fea> jZeaiand,'-pe learn that the ar- rival of the Britannic created ancha commotion that m the House of Repre ' w«S^a&--«Sp^~ prepared ^ appoutt Bir I &W; SoM; iM M$ M'Äto-fold a -'fnU ii^try- And when ¿bs ^Qnent* reached Wellington, . sew8came from there by cable, stat-, ing :-"The tro...

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CYNICAL SYNOPSIS. "All the [?] crowd." [?] [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

"AU tfa Tanti «O/ Shall we ever shoat siro - Parliament bas ncmr settled down "io jog' ito*.. -¿ .¿:::Í : ? ?; .? There are steady growls about Georges BaattagBtwrna. The Opposition is like a snowflake-soft and melting. ',. . :'- ? --'/..' i , - - « ' :-: :* --- "" The Government is to al} intents and pur posee a coalition. a»'*ynoóynm^.:^eafma : ' ' !UWi^|áiBÍ in the Assembly. Horan baa been feted at the Federal Hotel. A wise man regards ^^Bss 2etes as danger signals. ; '*?*?%.' . WÜ1 somebody from Northam explain bow it Uruanagedsolbata ioeate'r^ fo,seda provisional license whilst a rsnk.oatsider Taylor'-' on "tim'' ¿abor 1íat^|y^jMÍ8' worth I bearing. What he said was frank, manly, «nd honest, and hirsentíments wiS beecboed by thonsandsof Woekera. :-^¿i», Itu seldom oas bears of a tfawery with cellars in »abM roc^lmt^mjr^ve one at Coe. The tull bas boen divided hitoseetgm?;^ of 100 hogsheads. ' ^ W ^ > s IfoArto^JLawiey isbooke* '3¿ îaave isl' ,^róve:lus^mu)4^m^ng ^1tr^lor»m»o...

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CYRIL THE SECOND. EDUCATION JACKSON'S JAUNDICE. PRO-BOERS AND ROMAN CATHOLICS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

EBÍCHIOH ««ITS JiipiCE.;. íEo-Bom m ÇOMK cirpjcs. What a poor memory Cyril ' Jackson must j have. Some swollen-beaded oorrespbodent j iib «he íTesí,! signing himself ^J.F.B."-^-« ¡ writer with evidently more bile than braun J -complained bf «me State^sWl teacher j because he had some symptotnaof that Tola tile epidemic which, while it was raging, malicióos " intolérants christened "Fro- j Boensm-". Such an offence, if ever *it} existed, was wiped off slate when the Declaration of Peace was signed. Now j there are no Boers, bat only British sub-1 jecta, and those who .were Boers axe now-! treated to the highest possible eulogies by the very people who were Taeenüy engaged I in fighting them. Even thus also from I»rd ; Kilner and our own Governor downwards. Nay, His Majesty the King himself, it is ; onderatood,' his signified his intention to j treat the ex-Boer generals as honored and j Welcome guests. Avtat, .therefore, is the j necessity to pummel a Statw-sebool teacher ; fer ni so...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

: ADVANCE CYGIiAGENCV, 109 Wrxj-IAM ST., Queen's Buildings. P - Bicycles Boilt to Order from tue J Genuine RS. A. Parts. i -,, Repairs a Specialty. ? JOHN *. COURTNEY, Proprietor ^ Late of Armstroog'sCycle Manufactory ( 1 RAY.-MATTHEW GRAY, who left IjT Gtermany for Fremantle in the Kaiser tViihehp der Grosse on his way to Marble Sar, in September, 1897, or anyone kuowing lis iciiereahnnts, please communicate with MBS. MCDONALD, U Bland-scréet, Wool. Loomooloo, W. Of greatest importance in connection with home. TTISITORS TO PERTH.-Gentlemen's T: Sleeping Apartments at twp "SAVOY" by night of week. Balcony, Lavatories, Bath, &c. William-street, between Hay«. Btrpgt and Palace Hotel._. (CHAMPION PRIZtf POULTRY. J Laying Breeds, Stock and Show Birds. No eggs for sale. Alphington Poultry Yards, Shenton-road, Claremont. Igt NOW IN FULL SWING. SPECIAL BARGAINS EVERY DAY! THOUSÄ OF REMNANTS, .9 THROWN OUT ON TABLES AT WONDERFUL PRICES M WEI DEN BACH'S For Bargains in Every Departme...

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WEST PERTH v. SOUTH FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

tsams met yesterday on the North Pre rasntleOval. . Both teams were «hort, the principal absentee 'for the Sonia being Hodge, while West had Messer, Strickland, Chaplin,-and Kennedy away. West early gained the lead and maintained it to the f ?" finish, whining by>^ jpoit^i .Scoresjj^ : First quarter : l^est Berth, 13.4; South * ""' Fremantle, niL.\:?. Half-time : Weat Perth, 4,7 ; South Fre ? mantle, 1,6. '? -T-,.-;' ? Three-quarter-time: West Perth;, JB.8'; South Fremantle, 2.5v Final: WewtPenh,0.9(63points);South Piemantle, 3.9 (27 points). ? For the winners Bandell played a mag- nificentgame, and was abry assisted by Wildy, Spilker, Cleland, Allen, Hoskings, and Loel. For South, Gibson and Shaw {though rough at times), ©avies, Miller, and ''\ ?_?. Johns. ' '" Goal kickers.-For West : Cullen (4), Loel (2), M'Namara (2), and O'Brien. For South: Shaw, Harrington, and Wannan. M'Intyre umpired very poorly, and early lost control of the game, lt was the worst exhibition in this resp...

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BUSINESS NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

BUSINESS NOTICES. Tn a seaport town of Fremantle's dime sums there is always' a large floating ' pop tíoa, whose daily food providoring is eaten for by rafe and general eatiag-honse pr prietors, consequently the locación of i establishment noted for the cleanly ai palatable meals provided is of more thc passing interest. An establishment wort! of patronage is P. Antony's Dake of Yoi Cafe, opposite the Cleopatra Hotel, Hig! street, Fremantle. The proprietor is alwag to the fore in providing the best of fres fish, oysters, and the dozen and one iten I necessary to.the compilation of a diversifie and tempting menu. The Railway Hotel, North Fremantle, i still maintaining its popularity under Hos Faust, who endeavors at all times to cai for the comfort of his patrons-large roomi bright fires, where you caa sit down so over a glass of hot whisky discuss all tb latest topics of the day. That popular brand of tobacco, Derby long and favorably known by smoker throughout Western Aus-ralia and...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

1 KHOWLEDCE IS POWER. HEBB RASMUSSEN, the Danish Herbalist, desires all SUFFERERS rrom CHRONIC< CONSTITUTIONAL BLOOD and.. SKIN'. DISEASES, GLEETS, and DISCHARGES to know that they can be apeedily 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 VABI COCELE, should know that they can -be speedily restored to permanent health by taking ALFALINE VITALITY PILLS. FEMALES sunering from ANAEMIA and WASTING DISEASES are speedily restored, to perfect Health by taking the ALFAUNE UNIVERSAL PILLS. This remedy Purifies and Entiches the Blood and Strengthens the Nerves, and is a Special Bemedy for FEMALE COMPLAINTS. The LOCK, VITALETt, and UNI- VERSAL FILLS are sold as follows : Special PowerfSlCourees, 43B. 6d.; Ordinary Courses, 23s. 6d.; Smaller Bores, 12s. and 6s. each» v.C<<^-<-;.;: Suue...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

A. AN33"ÈY FROITtRP Ä CREEMGRGGER. P^CI^T AW'OAH« AtWAÏf oír HAWD. iQràers Prbmptíy Attended To. ? v -, SOBS ADD&ESS 3^168. v S8« HAY STBEET. E BETT£2 "CYCLONE" GÂTES. MADE of STEEL TUBE FRAME with i MESH of Né. 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 A K«J t for W. A. : CHABLIS SOMMERS, 260 ST. GBOROVS Tmmm. J. ROBINSON (Late of Perth Markets), PRODUCE- MERCHANT and COM- j MISSION AGENT. j ON SALE-Chaff, Oats, Bran, Pollard, Wheat, Barter, Maize, Hay, Etc Gash Boyer of Farm Produce. Note Address: Corner WKLLIHQTON . STREET and MraBooasB-Boan, Telephone 591. _ ifàiém.i^porije» of Wé«t ( Australia, Limited. To Market Gardeners dt farmers. BELGRAVIA TOWNSHIP (GROVE FARM, THIS picturesque Townsite is on the PertU-Guildtord Road,! adjoining W.A. Racecourse and Swan River. Subdivided into garden are...

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DANCING, DEPORTMENT, CALISTHENICS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

DÂNCIHC, DEPORTMEiT, CMiS!Tiaß0S. v BEB. BOBBBföS (Chief Member «f th» Firm of Mesera, mad Miss Roberta, of 195 Colli us-street, Melbourne), desires to an DOunc* to the Residents of Perth, Jfcc., that fae is receiving Pupils Privately and in Class at his Résidence, *K3tuHÍarra," Hay-street, Perth ; also at the Machanke* Institute, where Classes are held Day jpd K vening. Resides the Ordinary Dañcé|oC ^_ the Ballroom, the Modern Waltz (which ki absolutely necessary' to those'' moving hs good Society), constitutes a prominent fea- ture of *be instruction. Being a simplified method of instruction, it is speeiaUyadapted for beginners, when their progress is easy, enjoyable, and certain. Btwctly Private Lessons by appointinent-«onung, after- noon, «r«vening-in «he Fashionable Walt* ? and other Ballroom Dances, whengreatper B wal attention is devoted ? also musical ac- companiment and lady assistant. , 5P»TBBS, which are moderate, can be ascertained OB application. Schools, Convents, and-...

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FODDER AND FORAGE PLANTS. (Suitable for W. A.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

FODDER AND FORAGE PLANTS. ; (Suitable for W. A.) (By Kiini Permission bi tn^ of Agricnltnne). ; ? The bulk ot the information given in the ; following is taken from "Bulletin No. 2," issued by the United States Department of,, Agncnltnre, división of agrostology. Nome* rous" other plants are mentioned in the bulletin, but only those have been selected -which it is considered might be successfully introduced into this State. Some of the varieties are already here, and are deserving of further propagation. The seien tifie names, as well as the common names of the plants, are given, and also a short botanical description. :.;' - \-' ] " ' Aihoma mcarnâta (Guhanrap'il). -,A elender, prostrate plant baloogiDg to the" Four O'Clock famOy, which comes up from .the seed ,.af ter the summer . rains in tie grazing regions of Arizona and New Mexico, : and furnishes a" palatable sod ' nutations Móbd for sheep «nd cattle.- It stands pastur- ing well, ana usoaQy ripensin^äbebnance of *e»d. \ , £ |...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

fTTHE "SAVOY* for British Grills, Sop- j - JL - pera, Oysters, sod Tiffin. William- J street, between Hay-street and Palace j flatpL YANKEL DOODLE TOBACCO BBOIT'S STABLES. 386 Murray-street, Op. City HoteL All Kinds of VEHICLES FOB HIRE. New and Secondhand Baggies and Sulkies for Sale, cheap. Spring Carts of ail descrip- tion, new and secondhand. Light and heavy Horses of all descriptions for bale. JMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. PREPARATION OF PARLIAMENTARY ELECTORAL ROLLS FROM CENSUS. PERbONS ABSENT from HOME on CENSUS NIGHT, 31st March, 1901, and those who have SINCE REMOVED to another electorate, are requested to com- municate wi th the Inspector of Parliamentary Rolls, Perth, giving present address and their whereabouts on night of 31st March. vent names appearing on a roll other than that for the district in which such persons actually leside. Residents in the State arrived »nee the Census should fill in forms for enrolment and forward to the Inspector of Parliamentary Rolls. ! COSMOP...

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