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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 18 September 1898
E. C. SHENTON and 00.$ OflOICE miLIIMRX CHOICE COSEÜKE& CHOICE Lid GOODS. CHOICE HASTIES. CHOICE GOWSS. CHOICE QtOfM CHOICE' CAPES. CHOICE DRESS GOODS. CHOICE LISES 690BS. CHOICE BLOUSES. CHOICE SILKS- CHOICE HOSIER! CHOICE GOODS Of ALL DEPARTMENTS, TTTTBST AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY. " POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, I PERTH ! Receive Direct Telegraph Results immediately, Horses Pass the Post in Each Event of all Important Race Meetings held in W.A. and adjoining colonies. IMPORTANT ! ! ! GOLDFIELDS RACE MEETINGS -. Coolgardie Racing Club, lita and 13th August Kalgoorlie Racing Club, 13th and 20th August The Result of one or more events at these Meetings can be wired direct from Course Tele I graph O ince each race day to any address. Instructions for same to be sent to WEST AUSTRALA3Í PRESS AGENCS, H. BARRETT, Stock and Share Broker, I A Member of the Stock Exchange of Perth. : Office Telephone, 252. Private Telephone. 319. P.O. Box, No. 22. Bankers, Commer- cial Bank. Cable Address, '...
ON 'CHANGE. THE STOCK EXCHANGE OF PERTH. SATURDAY'S QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 18 September 1898
ON 'CHANGE. | THE STOCK EXCHANGE OF PERTH. 1| I SATURDAY'S QUOTATIONS. J The following are the buying and ; j selling quotations with the prices of ?i sales effected :- ; '4 Hayley's United.,C., s 3s ld ;-| Bellevue Proprietary, -C., s 20s -4 Block 45 (new issue), C., s 6s 9d | Boulder North Extended, b 2s, s 2s 3d J Chaffers, C., b 6s ld, (forward), s 6s 6d M (forward) | Golden Zone (con.), b Is 2^d -'íj Great Boulder, C., s 20s 6d I Ivanhoe Junction, b ls 9d, s ls lld, sales ls lld . * Kalgoorlie Bank of England, s 26s " * ' M Kalgaru1 South. C., s 52s «.. 'M Lady Shenton, C., s 50s . /¡| Nordenfeldt (con.), s ïd '.: - 'à Three Colonies (con.),, s lOid î| Swan Brewery Company, s 59s ,?m
A WOMAN'S OPINION ON THE FRANCHISE DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 18 September 1898
A WOUÂJSrS OPINION OIT THE FRANCHISE DEBATE. I notice, Mr. Editor, There's been a long debate On franchise of the womanhood Which pines within the State. And I see it has been carried That woman's only right Is. to stop at home when married And wait the boss at night. Oh ! Illingworth the wonderful ! Would'st thou thy brains compare With those of female Martineau, Or Nightingale the fair? And Wallace, of historic nanse, liait ever heard Besaht ? Her words and deeds shall live n fame Whilst thine shall die in Cant. Dean Mister Hall, how very small Would "Ouida" make thee look If chance had ever let thee fall A page within her book. Oh, mill of Kings-no ; Kingsmill say Carse Harriet Beecher Stowe, Who to a nation showed the way That liberty should go. Why, George, how long has't thon had 'right To vote and bess ns all ? Thy mother most have kept thee tight That now thoa'd let her falL Moran, be frank, be free and say, Is one in all your ring With Hemans, Browning, Ward or Wood Fit to,...
THE WEATHER. MR. WRAGGE'S FORECAST. (Special forecast for W.A., by wire, from Chief Weather Bureau of Australasia.) Brisbane, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 18 September 1898
THE WEATHER, MR. WRAGGES FORECAST. (Special forecast for W.A., bj wire, from Chief Weather Bureau of Australasia.) Bri shane, Fri day night Except for clouds and scattered showers over southern half, fine weather will be general. Thunderstorms within ^ a few days in the far N. and K.E. Be- ? fore end of week from date, more rain; will fall under strong winds in S. dis- tricts from the parallel of Geraldton. Rough seas within four days between Freemantle and the Leuwin and Albany, under the operation of a new antarctic depression named Tat. , (Supplied by CJarke .and Knapp« Hay-street)
ADELAIDE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 18 September 1898
ADELAIDE MARKET. Ii Mr. R. H. Barrett, stock and share- ~Sm broker, received the following quota- 3 tiona from his Adelaide agents on Satur- : WI day morning : - \ .. .-.||J Chaffers, 5s 7d. , ??.j/M Kalgoorlie Mints, seller 13s. * . a9 Kalgurli, seller £7 12s. ' M North KaJgutii, 28s Cd. M South Kahjnrli, 51s. - ?.¡su Associated, 9Ss. '|H ïvanbos, sales £.7 I Ie. J« LakeView South, 24s Cd. . a Horseshoe. .£11 ls boyer. r&lt;jS
THE LONDON MARKET. CLOSING PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 18 September 1898
THE LONDON MARKET. -JjB CLOSING PRICES. xjM Mr. R. ll Barrett, stock and share broker, Perth, has received the foUow-iH|9 ing quotations from his London agenta í,J¡9 during the week at closing prices:- ' IS Ivanhoe, £7 8s. Great Boulder Perseverance, 74s 3d. >'|JB Lake View Consols, £11 5s (a dividenä; iH of 17s 6d is expected). &lt;/l¿aB Brockmans Boulder, 28s. > 31 Kalgurli. £7 12s 6&lt;L Golden Horseshoe, £10 lCs 3d. Brown Hill Extended, 18s. "9 South Kalgurli, 50s. , a| Lake View South. 25s 9&lt;L ' . j Kalgoorlie Mint, 14s 6d. ia Bellevue Proprietary, 17s Cd. J North Kalgurli, 28s 9d. }y| Great Boulders, 19s 3d. ||1 Associated* 98s. 7-'«M Chaffer's, Gs 6d. (Chafer's new issue, ||9 50,000 shares, at par). Ill
LATEST SPORTING. SYDNEY RACING. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. SPRING MEETING. FOURTH (RANDWICK PLATE). LEVANTER AGAIN SCORES IN THE SECOND STEEPLECHASE. AMBERITE DOWNS MERLOOLAS IN THE RANDWICK PLATE. By Telegraph. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Sydney, Saturday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 18 September 1898
LATEST SPORTING. SYDNEY EAC1M. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. SPRING MEETING. FOURTH (RANDWICK PLATE). LEVANTER AGAIN SCORES IN THE SECOND STEEPLE- CHASE. AMBERITE DOWNS MER LOOLAS IN THE RAND- WICK PLATE. By Telegraph. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Srdnev, Saturday Afternoon. The final day of the Australian Jockey Club's Spring meeting was favored with most delightful weather. The attend- ance was eminently satisfactory, num- bering stome 15,000, including Lord and Lady Hampton and suite. The racing provided was of the nighest order. Proceedings commenced with the High Weight Handicap, and Blair evidenced his Triaî Stakes win was no use by win- ning handily from Stand Off and Bex. Johansen, Levanter and Sweet Marie also placed another winning bracket- to Eheir credit, winning the Members' Han- dicap, Second Steeplechase, and Wa- verley Handicap respectively. In the Randwick Plate 'Amberite avenged his defeat by Merlooias in the Spring Stakes on the first day of the racing, winning the Pla...
THE MINING BILL. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 18 September 1898
THE MINING BILL. The following letter has been., handed [to us for publication: "Mr. F. C. B. Vosper, MLL.A. I "Dear Sir,-I am instructed by the j Alluvial Rights and Democratic Asso- ciation to inform you that the members have carefully considered your proposed amendments to the Mining BUL and read with great interest the interview with the "Herald" representative on the subject in question. We are fully alive to the difficulties of your position, and the many disadvantages under which you labor owing to the lack of eympa^ thy and support you receive from the other goldfields members, wirose-apoe tacy and lukewarm attitude on almost every reform measure merit the severest condemnation. When the goWfiekls re- presentatives are as they are, we realise how discouraged you must often feeL and that with Parliament constituted as it is, a Mining Bili based on equity and justice, dealing impartially with all in- terests, is expecting too much. There- fore the association is of opinion tha...
PITH OF PARLIAMENT. "It's a long worm that has no turning." —Proverbs of Solomon. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 18 September 1898
PITH OF PARLIAMENT. (By Bungarra.) "It's a long worm that has no turning." -Proverbs of Solomon. Parliament continues to drag cut its weary length, slowly and haltingly, like a dog that has sat inadvertently on a wasp's nest. Each day the Xorice paper is covered with question«, mo- tions and amendments upon all sorts of subjects, proposed by every variety oí member. Occupants of seats on both sides of the House are beginning to look pale nod worn like bars of soap after a hard day's washing. The Mini- stry, as a whole, wears well, but jarrah is cloae in .the grain, and takes a lot of trampling on without showing the marks of the-Opposition boote that har» walked all over it. An epidermis hard- ened by the sands of its native country that ha-ve blown against it, and scarred it into furrows like an abandoned dry blowing patch takes nothing short of a Gatling rmn to dint it. Uason's con- science and Sam MücheU's political blindness don't improve worth a cent., though the rail that supp...
THEATRICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 18 September 1898
TÏÏEAÎRICIL NOTES. ¡ (By The Johnnie.) The Thespians" performance ol "Caste" st the Theatre Royal, in aid of the Convalescent Home, Cottesloe, was excellently attended on Monday night, and the interpretation was a good ama- teur one. I mean this wefi, but what a certain "cricket,'''who shall be unmen- tionable, meant by ctmparíng-their work with an inferior professional one, I don't know. I shall be pleased to see further work at the hands of Sus combination. ***** Mr. Arnold Denham, assisted by the Gourlays, further assisted by Messrs. Stuart Duncan, Arthur Laceby, and Miss Helen Beauchamp, and still more so by a "strong and powerful company of artists" (vide advt.) will open the Theatre ' Royal to-night (Saturday) with "My Sweetheart.'' Now, for, sweetheart, I have a certain amount of swetheart, I ha.ve a certain amount of right to criticise him before he does open: therefore, I object to the phraseo- logy ?'strong and powerful'' as an at- tempt to mislead the public into the be- ...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 18 September 1898
CRICKET. The result pf the meeting of players and those interested in the game of cricket, which was held in the United Service Hotel on Monday evening last, plainly indicates that players, both senior and junior, are determined tháfc they will uphold their right to having a voice upon all matters appertaining toi the advancement of the game, and morel especially upon all matters which tend j in a drastic manner to alter existing ar- rangements. It may be contended that! in appointing the committee, at the close of last season, players delegated their rights to the committee, and this would be a sound argument had the meeting which decided to appoint the committee been called after due and proper notice had been given, but, judging by the tone of the speakers at Monday night's meet- ing, which, by the way, was a represen- tative gathering in the fullest sense, it could not but be apparent toan unbiassed mind that the manner in which the meeting was called at the end of last season w...
THE TICHBORNE CAES. LATEST SENSATIONAL STORY. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 18 September 1898
THE TICHBORNE CAES. ¡ o LATEST SENSATIONAL STOBT. A recent London contemporary oí July 31 says:-The P. and O. «util steamer Britannia, which has just ar- rived from Australia, brought a pi-Sin- ger from the colonies who professes to be able to explain all the mysteries of the Tichborne case. His name is Heakm. He occupied one of the cabins « n the lower deck, at the second saloon end « the ship-cabins expressly spoken of ty the passengers; as "ihc dungeons." Ail the ventilation they received was from a windsaiL and even that was taken in in rainy or rough weather. Yet Mr. Healem and his wife were nev» seen on deck, and even did they indulge '"ti an airing at the lower end oí the windfall thev cid so one at a time. . The cthtr remained to guard certain valuables and documents, which they regarded as too precious to be entrusted to the ship 6 purser. Mr. Healem is an oldish-looking mau, and would pass well for a fanner. Iiis faee is clean shaven but for a fringe cf hair down each side...
MESSRS. STEWART DAWSON AND CO. A FEW OF THEIR SPECIALTIES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 18 September 1898
MESSRS. STEWART DAW- SON AM CO, A FEW OF THEIR SPECIALTIES. .Someone has said, "In the world of enter- prise its conquerers must- seek fresh fields and. openings. '* Bertce it is that Messrs. Stewart D&wson-artd Co. hame established a branch of their business in Perth. It might posibly be said that the optimistic speeches of the Pre- mier had jnflíwn"»^ the firm to take this long stride from the east, but whatever gave the' weight in favor of the step, local enterprise is undoubtedly the gamer. During the last 30 years they are well known by their houses in London, Sydney, Melbourne, and Auckland, and their estab- lishment in Perth is really a credit to the firm, as well as to the city. They have-come with a pledge to supply the best, brightest, and newest of articles in their line-of business, not only for those who desire to be up to date in the richest adornments of le bean monde, but also for those who are content to wear ornaments of less value. Their premises are situa...
A DOUBLE DOSE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 18 September 1898
A DOUBLE DOSE. \ (By Levin Carnac.) Lord Markland had begun hy ehockin the countryside, and now, wiih che as aistance of Miss Claudia Cleveland, h had succeeded in profoundly starting it Fifteen months ago he had come bad from the fiast for the first time sine his father's d^at*", and had brought retinue of Oriental servants with hil -a portion of winch society aft« while frankly styled his h^rom Hore exasperating misconduct cn th part oí the beat match, for 50 milt round could hardly be concaised, t society adopted the only means of pur whment in its power, and ignored his He. on his part, ignored Society wita a unrufiied good hnnior, which was al most as disgusting as the flagrant ra gaxusm of his daily life. Vet Lord Markism! was by no mein without society of his own. His cc verts and stubbles were magnificent! stocked, and the finest trout ¿truuji ii th 2 West Country ran through the Al bey grounds. But his guests were ai men, mo-xly lean, hard, Lrown-skinne men, whose English w...
ROMANCES OF OUR OWN TIMES TRUE STORIES FROM REAL LIFE. Author of "The Meredeth Mystery," "Fighting a Lie," etc., etc. A FIEND IN CLOAK AND MASK. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 18 September 1898
j ROMANCES OF OUR OWN TIMES TRUE STORIES FROM BEAL LIFE. (By A. O. Tibbits.) Author of "The Meredeth Mystery," "Fightipg a Lie," etc., eic. A FIEND Di CLOAK AKD MASK. James BLomfield Bush's Terrible Deed. IB a long low-ceilinged room, dimly lighted by a couple of candles upon the table, and the flames of a cheerful fire, two persons sat at tea. The one, a short, burly-framed man, was seated in au ancient arm-chair, with wooden back, lie had a large, massive head, surmoun . ted by shock-grey hair, and the most J noticeable feature of his face was a j square, powerful jaw. He was dressed in a plain, homely grey suit of substan- tial material, and looked just what he really was- a respectable yeoman. The other person was a slimly formed woman of about 24, with, a pale, thin face and melancholy eyes. It was a face suggestive of suffering-a face which had looked upon the deep sor- rows of life in tne past, and seemed to look without hope on the future. Its paleness and melancholy were em...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 18 September 1898
fosar P-WM-H SIMULTANEOUSLY A* .*stra; sraattSEtas, KALGOORLIE, COOLGARDIE á: K450WÏÏA, Town. INSURANCE. SUN INSURANCE OFFICE OF LONDON. ESTABLISHED A.D. 1T10. Capital .. £2,400,000. Invested Fonds -. £2,086,104. WEST AUSTRALIAN BRANCH. DIRECTORS : W. T. LOTON, Ess. AMES MORRISON. ESQ. . C. G. FOULKES. Esfl. BANKERS : BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. AUDITORS : MESSRS. EL H. HOLMAN & Co. MANAGER ANO UNDER WETTER: JOHN S. PEARSON. Fire Insurance Policies granted on every description cf Pru;tul" at I-owest Current For full particulars and Proposal Forms apply to die Manager, Perth, or to any ot the Company's agents. Agencies ia morly every tovmsidf tkrougkoid the Colony. HEAD OFFICE-282 St George's Terrace, Telephone No. OS. Perth. THE Colonial PtttoHÍ gife In- surant &oáti$, |£fir. ESTABLISHED 1873. The OFFICES of the Society have novr been REMOVED to the KEW PREMISES. ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, Next Stock Exchange. j. MORISON MCCRAE. Resident Secretary. Perth, April 6. X898. GLOB...
ON THE BLESSINGS OF CORRUPT GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 18 September 1898
ON THE BLESSINGS OF COR RÜPT GOVERNMENT (By Bungarra») Bj the Grace of God and the permis- sion of tiie editor I will BOW proceed to cover aa many yards of foolscap at so mach per inch as the latter of the two personages named will allow without .warning the writer to flee from the wrath to come. One side of a story is .always good until the otaer is told; I propose to tell the other side, and to show logically the blessings Shat may accrue to a State and its citizens, by a benign and efficient system of political corruption aided by ministerial mal- feasance and judicial immorality. ***** Responsible Government has been de- fined by an exalted personage, who swayed the destines of West Australia with a first-class dinner table and a choice brand of Calcutta cigars, to con- sist of a strong Ministry and a good Op- position. With this ideal in view we have advanced so far along the path of progress as to achieve in W.A. a very weak and washy Ministry, a determined and facetious Oppos...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 18 September 1898
THE BON MARCHE STORES Announce the Engagement of MADAM TARDY, a lady with large London and Melbourne experience---some years with Robertson and Moffat Melbourne--and invite Your Inspection of the most Up-to-date creations in Millinery Effects at their SPECIAL SPRING MILLINEEY SHOW, NOW ON VIEW. mffE BURST SALE of toe SEASON" on the X GBOCSD. NEXT SATURDAY. JUBI TJ5I5 KSTATE, Caaningford : SPECIAL TRAE» at 2.25 p.in. T-oncbeon. See auc tinii advertisements. B. C. Wood and- Co. in ¿njunrtion witó T. Ta« and Co., 107 Wä nPHE PDBBT SALE of the SEASON on the -?- GÄOCTNT». NEXT SATURDAY, JUBI- LEE ESTATE, Caoningf ord : SPECIAL TRAEi at 2.25 p.m. Luncheon. See auc- tion advertisements. B. C. Wood and Co. in conjnnction- wita-T. Tate and Co., 1OT Wfl liaia-Etreet. rpHE FIRST SALE of the SEASON on the GROUND. NEXT SATURDAY. JUBI- LEE ESTATE, Canningford; SPECIAL TRAES at 2.25 p.m. Luncheon. See anc i thm advertisements. B. C. Wood and Co. m conjonction wife T. Tate sad Co., 107 WÜ lam-stree...
POLITICAL POINTS, (From "Hansard.") [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 18 September 1898
POLITICAL POINTS, (FW «Hansard.») Mr. Leake (Gold MT nea Bill) : I am no j miner. I would as soon go down a well as a mine, and get just as much fun out of it." * * * * ' Mr. George (Gold Mines Bill) : The Bill would go through Parliament quicker if it were referred to a select committee. * * * * Mr. Lefroy (on residence area im- provements) : A tent is as much a habi- tation as a mansion, and the tab of Diogenes is as much a habitable dwelling asa castle. ***** Mr. Bason (Gold Mines Bill): Labor- ers should be assisted by residence areas and security for wages. I faror a judge travelling on circuit. - The Government should draw np a seale-of fees chargeably by lawyers practising in the warden's courts. * * * * Mr. Morgans (Gold Mines Bill) : If Lefroy as Minister of Mines is not a miner, the First Lord of the Admiralty of England is not a saltar.-Clause 103 might have-been a political error, but it was promulgated with the -best inten- tions. * * * * Mr. kingsmill (Gold Mines Bull:...