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RABBIT INVASION. PUBLIC WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

RABBIT INVASION. PUBLIC WARMG. "Warning" wril-es :-I would like to draw the attention of the public and tile Government, in fact, everybody, to this question-toe rabbits are coming, nij* have cornel Of this there is no doubt, and few people seem to realise the seriousness of the fact. I am sure that the Minister for Linds does not, if he be rightly reported. . He is re- ported as, having said, to it deputation that waited on him to ask if it were trae the rabbits were on this side of the proposed- fence, that he "did not know,5and %;oid -not : matter if '.they "were, because ji&eir natntal enemies the sèttlW wbuid soon exterminate them." Now, this is a great piece of folly. How is it that these same natural enemies have not been able to exterminate them in the Eastern States ? How is it that the pas- toralists in New -South Wales and their supporters Waited on the Premier, Mr See, and urged him to try any means to rid the country of them! How is it they asked- him to ofter a...

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

DINING CUSTOMS. A student- of social customs has called attention recently to the fact that man eats to-day practically the samó viands he did in ancient times. However far back we push our re- searches; the foundations of all-dishes are the same-the same birds, the same meats, the same fish-though perhaps the hst of the ancients' fish is somewhat more extensive. Modern man has forgotten the flavor of por- poise or dogfish in the North ; at all event«, he has learned to shudder at a dish .of octopus. The meats, the courbes,. the principles, and in some cases even the names remain the same. , Tri spüle of Alexander Dumas' asser ! tion that napkins were first used in the thirteenth and fourteenth cen- turies, they must have been of much , more ancient origin, since the Roman cuisine necessitated then? use much earlier. . Giles Rose, master cook to Charles H., gave methods for folding them in a variety of ways, but the general adoption of forks among the middle classes did away with th...

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

CHAPTER XIH. ''THE PLAY, THE PLAT'S TB* Tirara." In spite of ber last night's journey and her late return my lady rose early on the morrow, and came down to the breakfast table blooming like a rose; but early as she was, someone else had been earlier still, and matters of vital importance bad long ago been settled. ; For Sir ¡Hugh, with the inrpatience ':, of your true lover,/ Jpad;'lerte^^ared Lord Beltranwhflst Miss Mallison wis off with a groom for her morning can- ter over the hills, and the engagement was not only ratified but the wedding day already set. f. . It was no less a person than Lord Beltran himself who was accountable for this latter item on the pragnunme, and he brought it about in this manner: The very instant that Miss Malli- son returned from ber ride, be sent a servant to tell ber that he -wished to see her at once in the library (Sir Hugh being there with hun), and after ; giving a hearty assent to the engage- ment, exploded a little bombshell which he and the ...

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 XII. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

agi ^àOur Sundap Serials THE .. . ' MALLISON MYSTERY. Bt T. W. HAN8HEW. BOOK THE SECOND. A IST E3STG-X*X3B: XXS A TVTA.. [COPTÉIOHT.J CHAPTER XXL j How THE SCHEME WAS BOSK. FOB a long- time my lady had w< dered what shape her rever upon Sir Hugh Chilvers and the g who had won him would take; nc all in a moment-like an inspiration she knew; and beckoning her father follow, stepped out from behind 1 caravan and walked briskly up Cynthia. **My poor child ! you seem trouble," she sweetly said. '"Can't do something for you V* - Cynthia dropped her hands from } face and switched round quick blnshing, trembling, confused. : "Oh," she said, at she caugbt sî| of my lady's companion, ««you are Í mael's daughter. They told me your presence in the camp, and-I you can do nothing for me, thank -y -nothing." "I am sorry for that," returned 1 lady, still more s weetly, "for I take great interest in you, my dear ] i father has been telling me your mantic story. How wonderful it all and if...

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POLITICAL PLUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

rae Aa»resB-in.#tepiy Taree us over, x* has taken three weeks to play one, and so much tim« ,'has been frittered away «nd » «sled. Three weeks sit the end of a session suffices to carrv through all the measures about wta'ch PariiamcBt wrangles in an in- decisive way for six months. There never has been such an appallingly weak debateon things m general *inee _the Legislative As- sembly came into " existence. The good : speeches, thet is those which had sense find point in them, could be counted on the angers jone's hand and: thea leave fingers to spare. Dr. ÖX^nor resumed th* Oebate on Tuesday in a «peech winch demonstrated to a nicety bow foolish it was to abstract him from Ma professionallaborssndput him in Parliament T^ereiá noanimationnbout him, no depth or breadth ar thought. !He *vas:iike» torn-tit sitting «n-earth picking away at grains of sand. Ewmomy was the burden of what he had to say, and he sug- gested in his dry. unattractive ' way-which keeps members in the refreshmen...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

ÄÄSWRS TO (JOE^ESMrOïBm ?_ _-. 'HJorrespoudeat" {Tutanning)..-Thanhs for| appreciatíye reyriftrkn¿ - luluriuaitíop ra] Woodanilling bas appeared in the "dailies. Ï "Eeaidetrt^ {MMland Junction}.-Too saos»; < ral.^-8ea<i na facts and we wül warin dp ?LjB?TRnoisW out; of print-'.«N-Z. stamps useless Iwre, "Wager*' Wbiaco)^Victoria, Angus* % . . 1850 ; Sou tn Australia. August IS, 1834. ? 'perplexed!' (Meckering).-Cannot say wfcfi ? the daily papers, omitted to publish th«;, names of tW prizewinners. Hare posted ; VApp^"-Thev are sold by the ' Melbourne. By tho dozen in By 8. Joseph.-You ;were entitled - : wages from Afiwrt and Clo. R.Y.C., Katanning-^ & Bett.-We not» that the tafloiesses em your

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EDWARD THE SEVENTH. Crowned at Last. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

- All shat is eá^tíéeá^^W^^iaáá^íowé' to thé genius and^ utter na^fa^neas of * fiaw^^ people such, as the Urte Cecil Bhodes, AnacevB^oeg^Sä^^l^^^^ss-1 mantle. The «ole objectof the JEmotwV. H. Pellew, of High-stxjaet, k£ke Jf £T3bniegÍB*8, hot so much to '^joyli^;laWusBl>ila;si sb see that others receive the «nt possiUe. en- joyment whiM -hejng osmeettm ie>so|aBrn on this earth. > 3t was for t^s very jaw&bls ead noble porpoee thst'the Arm nv t|bsstion were induced to oprnmence operations st the Port. They, treat èvervthing with each a liberalityof spirit"that snceas» h» rapidly foBowwg their efforts. A czoMaeriaa-gloom :". ~^nil Sever Ove/nSsaâknr the town .that boasts a firm wksch can look back upon such a brEEaat record as J. H. PetléWÍa. -1mbofid with the best intmt£bus the firm, nnder the able manageuKBt of liri Lewis, has co fears for the titan.' There are no duU times ahead far 'them.' Ohe bf the «Dostmodest of 'n^/éSr.-'PelIeíw has a strong antipathy for aeyt...

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

CABMEH AHD^CARIBEfiS' PICNIC & RAG£ MEETING > ' . ' TO BE HELD AT. COOG EE, ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 19Q2. ; PROGRAMME CARRTERS 3PANDICAP-Of i forlongs. "^ borées %J carrv not less than löst. First, £44B ; second and third, trophies. Nomination 3s, acceptance nlL CABMEN'S HANDICAP-Df 4 forlongs. AU torses to «wy not loss than löst. First, £4 4e ; second and third, Jaophies. ; Nomination 8s, aoceptanoe niL , r CABMEN and CARRIERS' CUP.-Of 5 ^jfntiiaai^-AU horses than ¡ lûst. First, £5 Ss and trophy; second, £2 r'Sis and.trophy; third, trophy. Nomina-: i-öptt *. aooèptiiiioE niL TRADESMEN« PLATE-A handicap of 7 îaàmgfk. Fin|,, £j5 Se second, £1 ls j thinL trophy. ^ Aft te to have been , |^tfo~*«y -in lifiiM» firón Jr,\j :. il'f^^^gV^ ^'^llDg&iaoafi^' 5s, accep- tance 2s Cd. " ? * . BRUMBÏ RÄ.CE-Of 3 furlongs? catch ( waight. ^$Írst¿ £2 2s ; aeeonoV tropn ? )? Post«ntria«, SB Sd. -Th^Kies-not-toi r'iover'ÄS.'.:; ? )-:? .?? . ' CONSOLATION 8TAKE&-0f 4* furlong...

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THE DEATH-CHAIR. USED IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

V ?' . - . THE DEATH ' CHAIR. w- > - \, ^10^ sidras. »The death-chair in the prisons of JîeWrYork Stóte is as' antiquated as is » tallow candle ia comparison with the electric light" : ? _ This wa* t^e aoswer made to a. representative '|>f .tibe, Sfipday fy^orlà" '? ¡)w|iWiriy1if* w«r. A. Wâûtm .. James Morton,; y the v. eh»tacieal therapeutic .; authority '.. and . x-ray expert, when asked if it was not high time for the - . $t»Jt£f f^uuj»ft;t' ¿Á© ideinattde of ^^^^^'^^pé^l'wM^. tim electrical pr^scêssîon '^wifli;r^fjB«nBn«»'to^ putting ito deaih of felons. ? rito a dozen years, within which the electricity, raeré" have" TjçeS/ thade . many notable advances in the., science rf tté mysterious cnrrent, and yet tb* chair of to-day? j&. fSùçg Stag Prison and elsewhere is practically the chair that was jost set' np there, to wrench If the befit-informeä . . electrical 'ii,^-'f»gpeitsj.are-to".he- lieiaè-ved", ie^mt\,tà^ anything bot.... disinterested, death could be produ...

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BRUTAL ASSA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

Last night at 5 40 a man named James Hulme committed abrutal assault in Brit- nell's Lane on his sister-in-law, Bridget Mulcahy. Constable O'Donohue, on pro- ceeding to the spot, found the woman un- conscious and she was taken to the hospital, but soon afterwards allowed to return home. The man Hulme was arrested and locked up.

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PERTE TO CUE. BY OUR TRAVELLING CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

^.«irrr.ir ? LI PERTE TO COE. .-*? Br OtiB TRAVELLING CORKESPONDEST. The first portion of the je fiom Midland junction to Gera with its .discomforts, is not r forgotten. The railway carri*g< anything but comfortable,, ex« one day a week when a la* car is attached. The refresh rooms, or stalls, are a disgrace l Midland Railway Company, and seagers are not only lond in their plainte concerning them', but surprised the Government do not pel the company to stick to the letter of their agreement raga the railway and its working. Geraldton a number of th« res« are averse to the club, systen carried on in that town. They ownSers of licensed houses are lint be fimsd'if they supply liquor on days. Yet a member of theclut take a friend into the club-room trea^bim, which is indirectly a \ tioq pf the law. I learned from s -»ersation. I had willi some of tlje ] opal people that Dr. Elliott is «dbi ?rthpopolar as ever. His treatmei hospital patientais a constant top conversation. Surp...

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THE WAR! [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

THE WAR!   What is more annoying than to set out on an expedition to, annihilate a foe and to have to return without-even seeing it? The members of our last contingent experienced this bitter disappointment, 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 Corbin's Syrup of Eucalyptus and Wild Cherry from Mr. & Hymns' Pharmacy, Hay-street, and informs us that it is an excellent cough remedy, and recom- mends it to others, sold everywhere. One shilling per bottle.

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FOOTBALL. AUSTRALIAN GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

FOOTBALL   AUSTRALIAN GAME   Yesterday the East Fremantle CIub put   in another strong bid for the premiership, when they easily defeated North Fremantle on theFremantle Oval. East now- lead by four points from North Fremantle, Perth being four points behind third.  

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HALL DIVORCE. ETHEL HICKS' STORY. BEDROOM TETE-A-TETE. THE WICKED MINISTER. EVIDENCE UP TO FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

HALL DIVORCE. ETHEL HICKS' STORY. BEDROOM TETE-A-TETE. THE WICKED MINISTER. EVIDENCE UP TO FRIDAY. Ethel May Hicks, Hrs. Hall's housemaid, who was in the box nearly all Wednesday, all Thursday and Friday, is regarded by all   the lawyers who were present as the best woman witness they have ever known. She   is about 35 years old. She is sharp witted, cool and collected, never at loss for an answer, and never confused by cross-exami- nation. She is chief witness yet   examined. She said that when Wilson returned from England in October, 1899, he stayed at Mrs. Hall's house in Medindie. He stated that he was not well, and that he thought he had caught a chill on the boat. Rev. Mr. Wilson was ill some days, and Mrs. Hall gave him the use of her own room, and she occupied her daughter's room. One evening she remarked to wit- ness she thought she would remain in the room with Mr. Wilson, and that Miss Hall's room would be cold, as there was no fire-...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

That a swagger Hay-street West hashery is deeply concerned regarding the rag-rip- ping boarder.   That the said moleskin merchant prowls jealously around after his supposed fickle fiancee.   That in a recent moment of green-eyed monster he annihilated his ten-and-sixpenny   stove-pipe.     That in consequence of the crushed chapeau the Cathedral will miss him on Sundays.   That Mayor Alexander and Messieurs his band of braggarts have failed to filch the people's parks. That even in climbing down they insisted in playing the dull-witted donkey. That indications show that the said aggre- gate of asses will slump woefully over the tramway concession. That progress is impossible with mules like Dungaree Fred in the civic chariot.   That a well-known Traffic Inspector of Perth has appointed himself Rajah of the Road.   That cabman ignoring his home-made mandates are instantly deprived ...

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CABLEGRAMS. CRICKET. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. THE HAMPSHIRE MATCH. Australians Win in One Innings. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. THE HAMPSHIRE MATCH. Australians Win in One Innings. London, Saturday. The Australian Eleven played a two day's match against the Hampshire County C.C. on Thursday and Friday, and scored           an easy victory by an innings and 79 runs. The commencement of the game was delayed for some hours by rain. The home team scored 130 and 116. Sprot was the highest contributor in the first innings with 33, five of the others getting into double figures. Major Poore, 62 not out, claimed more than half the county's second total.       The chief feature of the Australian's innings, which realised 325, was the batting of Darling and Noble, each of whom topped the century. The former's was an especially brilliant display. He was at the wickets for about 70 minutes, and included in his score were five sixes and 13 fours. Noble was the    ...

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FINAL TEST MATCH. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

LONDON, SATURDAY.       The following will comprise the team for the final test match: —MacLaren, Jackson, Palairet, Jessop, Lockwood, Hirst, Rhodes, Hayward, Lilley, Tyldesley, Braund.

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CONDUCT OF THE WAR. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

Sir A. G. Balfour states that the Commis- sion to inquire into the conduct of the war will include Field-Marshall Sir Henry Nor- man, Admiral Hopkins, Lord Esher, Sir John Jsekson (the eminent contractor), and Sir John Edge.  

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SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

SOLDIERS AND SAILORS   LONDON, SATURDAY.             Her Majesty the Queen presided at the annual meeting of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Families Association.

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GERMANY AND RUSSIA. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

LONDON, SATURDAY.   Long conferences have taken place be- tween Count Lamsdorff, the Russian Foreign Minister, and Count Von Buelow, regarding the Kaiser's visit to Russia, which have ended pleasantly in the exchange of rich presents and the conferrment of decorations and promotions. The political status quo is to be maintained.    

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