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LORD SALISBURY INDISPOSED. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

Lord Salisbury, acting under medical advice, obtained the King's permission to   absent himself at the Coronation ceremony. He is slightly indisposed.

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

LONDON, SATURDAY.   Negotiations respecting the establishment of a Court of Settlement to deal with land disputes in the New Hebrides are still pro- ceeding between France and England.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MOUNT KEMBLA DISASTER. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

MOUNT KEMBLA DISASTER. The Times suggests a Mansion House Fund for the bereaved by the Mount Kembla disaster. Oar bottles. Get "The OOM» <ret«n)--2Ö0 j j and iWrAday oakes ir , {Sarrapk-stnefc. , t

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEATH OF LUKAS MEYER. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

DEATH OF LUKAS MEYER. The Petit Bleu, of Brussels, announces the death of the Boer ex-General, Lukas Meyer, who died of heart disease.

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ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. A Returned Contingenter. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.   A Returned Contingenter.   Yesterday evening, at about 7.15, a re-   turned contingenter named Thos C. Graff-   han, No. 2,753, of the N.S.W. Bushmen, attempted to commit suicide by shooting   himself in the forehead with a revolver. He was opposite the central railway station at the time, and was with a companion named Henry Evans. As the crowd rushed up he said, "I did it myself," and to his companion he said, "You know why I did it." A cabman named O'Mara took him to the hospital. On making   inquiries late last night we learned that the   bullet had not been extracted from the un- fortunate man's head. Disappointment in love is supposed to be the cause of the trouble. In his possession was a letter having pathetic references to his lady love.   It is doubtful if he will recover.  

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LATE SPORTING. VICTORIAN RACING. GRAND NATIONAL MEETING MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

The Caulfield Grand National Meeting was continued and concluded to-day in the presnece of a large and fashionable attend- ance, including the Governor and Lady Clarke. The following are the results:— ARKARINGA HURDLE RACE. Of 259 sovs. Two miles and 64 yards.     Lowland Chief. 11.6 (Wheeler) ...1 Speculation (Faunt) ...2                 Victor, 10.8 (D. Allan) ...3       Others—Turk, City Band, Mornington,     Guitana.   Betting: 7 to 4 Speculation, 2 to I Low- land Chief, 5 to 1 Victor, 10 to 1 others. Lowland Chief was joined by Speculation at the last Jump, and a slashing run home ended in favor of the former by half a length. Victor three lengths away, third; then   came Turk and Mornington. Time, 4.1.   OMA PLATE.     &a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LATE SPORTING. GOLDFIELDS RACING KALGOORLIE MEETING. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

LATE SPORTING. GOLDFIELDS RACING KALGOORLIE MEETING.   KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. The Kalgoorlie Spring campaign opened   to-day. There waa a very large attendance, and the sport was exciting throughout. Hannan's Handicap was a grand race.   The favorite, Once More, after a great struggle, succumbed to the outsider, Wise   Step. The following are the details :— HURDLE RACE.       Of 250 sovs. Two miles. G. A. Towton's Shamrock, by Shamrock   —Carrie, a., 8.71 (Farrell) ... 1 P. Bolger's Yale Lock, a., 12.12 (Bailey) ... 2 J. Nicholas' Brayleigh, a., 11.6 (Oakley) ... 3 Others—Sunbrown, Reminder, White Star and Victory. Betting : 6 to 4 agst Yale Lock, 4 to 1 Sunbrown, 5 to 1 Shamrock, 7 to 1 Re- minder, 10 to 1 others. Victory was the first to show out from a good start,and led over the first jump from Reminder, and White Star, with the favorite and Sunbrown last. Running down the side...

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KENSINGTON PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

KENSINGTON PARK RACES.     Fine weather and a splendid attendance favored the Kensington Park Turf Club for their meeting yesterday. Eos won a double —Jumpers' Flat Race and Kensington   Cup. In the latter race the owner of Pearl entered a protest for interference, but after consideration the stewards dismissed it. Details: —   JUMPER'S FLAT. Seven furlongs. J. Griffiths' Eos, 9.4 (Hancock) ... 1   S. Johnston's Twinkle, 8.0 (Fuller) ... 2 R. Hancock's Reindeer, 9.0 (O'Brien) ... 3 Others—Chesterfield, The Stag, Idalium, Revenge. Betting: 6 to 4 agst Reindeer,   3 to 1 The Stag, 4 to 1 Eos, 6 to 10 to 1 others. Won by four lengtbs. Timse, 1.45. GALLOWAY BAGEL Four furlongs. J. Maitland's Bunny, 8.9 (Cartwright) ... 1 C. Morrison's Ripple, 9.9 (St. John) ... 2 J. McMahon's Zeila, 7-12 (Mills) ... 3 No other starters. Betting: 6 to 4 on Bunny, 2 to 1 agst Bipple and Zeila. Won by six lengths. Time, 59 sec. S...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE RACING. GRAND NATIONAL MEETING ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

GRAND NATIONAL MEETING ADELAIDE, SATURDAY.   The A.J.C. Grand National Meeting com- menced at Victoria Park to-day in the pres- ence of a large attendance. The following are the results: — BEAUMONT TRIAL. Of 175 sovs. Seven furlongs. Massachusetts, 7.13 (Hall) ... 1   Bombastes, 8 3 (Anderson) ... 2   Mackay, 9.0 McEnhill ... 3 All other acceptors started. Bombastes   led nearly all the way, but Massachusetts came fast on the inside and won by three quarters of a length, Mackay being a length away third. Time, 1.30 1-5. Dividend, £4 15s.       GRAND NATIONAL HURDLE RACE. Of 250 sovs; second horse to receive 50 and third 25 sovs, from the stake. About two miles and a half. Conference, 10.4 (Reid) ... 1   Valour, 9.4 (Clements) ... 2 Royal Salute, 9.8 (Baines) ... 3     Others—Scutum, The Shiek, Harry, Kase, Allegiance, Tharcoora, Respond, Faultless, Klondy...

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SPORTING RACING FIXTURES. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

RACING FIXTURES. AUGUST. 12. Sandown Park R. C.   13. Yarra Glen and Lilydale H.C. 15, 16. Kalgoorlie R.C. 14. Maribyrnong R.C. 16. V.R.C.     16. A.R.C. Grand National Meeting. 19. Epsom R.C. 19, 21, 23. Broome T.C. 20, 23. Boulder R.C. 21. Mentone R.C. 23. Victorian Club 26. Aspendale Park R.C. 27, 30. Coolgardie R.C.   30. Williamstown R.C. SEPTEMBER. 8. Moonee Valley R.C. 3, 6. Boulder R.C. 6. Victoria Amateur T.C.     6, 8, 10, 13. A.J.C. Spring Meeting. 10. Kanowna R.C.     10. Maribyrnong R.C.   11, 12 Yalgoo District J.C. 13. Oaklands H.C. 16,17. Wcst Kimberley T.C. 17. Mentone R.C. 18. Mulline R.C. 20. Findon Harriers H. C. 24. Epsom R.C.         27. Fremantle H.C.   27. Melbourne H.C.    

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TURF TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

The Kalgoorlie Meeting will be continued on Wednesday and Saturday. The Cup on Saturday is certain to attract a good field, and an interesting struggle for the £1,000 should result.               Strata Florida and Bullion are both out of form yet, and seeing that the Derby and Melbourne Cup are three months off it is ass well for their backers that they are not   ready. According to our Melbourne cor- respondent, Bullion is every inch a racehorse, when he is moving, and with luck, McDon- ald may win both Derby and Melbourne Cup this year.       Leek was unlucky to lose the Caulfield Grand National Hurdles. But for running down the final obstacle Lowland Chief would undoubtedly have won.     Subscription towards the fund for the     Fraser memorial are coming in slowly. Sportsmen on this sid...

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LAST PERTH CUP. A GRAVE TURF SCANDAL. VULTURE HERMAN OUT FOR LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

VULTURE HERMAN OUT FOR LIFE.   One of the most audacious attempts of bribery and rascality in connection with the turf of the colony has been discovered by   the W. A. Turf Club. The running of Bar- barossa in the Perth Cup was the subject of bitter complaint by some of that horse's       army of backers, and for a time ugly rumors were in circulation. A notorious book-   maker, now happily out of the colony, was     believed to have been responsible—stopping   horses was an old game of his. The jockey,     Mat O'Mara, always regarded as a straight rider, undoubtedly rode a bad race, but, as   subsequent events have proved, he rode to   win. That he was approached by the     notorious but now absent bookmaker-owner       has yet to come out. During the ...

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THE GASCOYNE RACE CLUB. TO THE SPORTING EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

THE GASCOYNE RACE CLUB.     TO THE SPORTING EDITOR SIR,—I wish to bring before the public   a few facts in connection with the Gascoyne Race Club. One Samuel Green went to Vic-     toria and brought over from there three horses. He arrived in Fremantle with them about eight weeks before the annual meet- ing, 1900. He made a declaration in Fre-   mantle that one of them was Actress, and   that she had run at unregistered meetings in   Victoria. He entrained the horses at Fre-     mantle for Geraldton, and delivered them   to George Matthews, trainer and part owner. I may here mention that the horses were bought in the name of Bond, evidently to conceal the real owner's identity. This in- formation I accept as correct, as it was   given to me by Green himself. After taking charge of the horses, Mathews brought them overland to Carn...

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ALLEGED RINGING IN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 August 1902

ALLEGED RINGING IN.   Nowadays, especially in Westralia, we     hear a great deal of "ringing in"— Gerald Brown and Explosion cases for ex- ample—and the racing clubs have had no       end of trouble in endeavoring to put down   this form of racecourse villainy. The fol- lowing letter, which appears to be true, will be read with interest:    

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

FOOTBALL.   THE AUSTRALIAN GAME.   A footballer who noticed something in the last SUNDAY TIMES anent the Football Asso- ciation, remarked that the way that body carried on was a caution. He was quite right, for the delegates have become known nowadays as the "Caution Association," and the nickname is well deserved. At their last meeting they severely cautioned pugi- listic "Billy" Craig, because he wandered   into the Subiaco dressing-room looking for "Kaney." When Craig looks for a man it generally pays the other fellow to go and see a dog or keep close to a "John."     Of course there should be no harm in an opponent going into the other fellow's dressing-room at half or any other time in a friendly sort of way, but the fact that Craig laid a charge against the Suby follower of having struck him on the field makes the friendly visit gag a bit thin. However, a good many men have been reported "to the Association this ...

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THEATRICAL. THEATRE ROYAL. "THE WRONG MR. WRIGHT" SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

THEATRICiL. ' j THEATRE ROYAL. "THE WRONG MS. WRIGHT" SEASON "It's a good thing, shove it along," quoth the advertisements in the dailies, and from what we can. gather from the sources cf -truthful information, we dp not doubt but what "The Wrong . Mr. Wright" is very much "all right.5' At any rate Messrs. Willoughby and Geach will introduce-this popular personage to a Pert h audience at the Theatre Royal on Wednesday night, and we may with safety anticipate an overflowing audience, since local play-goers are all There when there is anything good to laugh at knocking about. Of t he latest screemer, an exchange says :-"Judging from the crowded houses at evening performances and matines? at the Bijou Theatre, it is fair to assume that Mr. Charles Arnold left his mascotte with his successors, Messrs. Edwin Geach and George Willoughby. The success of 'The Wrong Mr. Wright" is already as- sured, and it is in a fair way to achieve the phenomenal success of its predecessors from the same p...

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BIJOU THEATRE. "SUN, MOON, AND STARS." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

BIJOU THEATRE. "SUN, MOON, AND STABS." J The song little Bijou Theatre (Cremorne) is still jogging steadily ahead, and the lovers of fan have had a weak of laughter. With Miss Tracer Hamilton, an excellent actress, abd: Mr. Bert Leighton, an actOT who re- quires no puffing, in the lead, the talented, company last night staged a most amusing farcical comedy under the designation, of. /'Son, Moon, and Stars."- .-We have nqjt; space to give a detailed account of tthe piece, bat we assure our readers" that it was as high up as its title and just ai bright.. The , comedy is to be produced until farther, notice. -To-nígh» {Sandayf tbë company appear in "this piece at Mason's Hall, îîortn' Fremantle. , . .

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MELBOURNE NOTES. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

Í?OOCDOIC zan rainy «rai usc oacnroay, but not np to Epsom Handicap form ; stüv one morning before the race he ran a mile ia For thi Sydney mile Scobie is very teen on Boo ' Voyage's chacee, and ibis son of Mortyn bas boen genuinely backed, and if. fit and well on the day "will trouble 4he -best of Sydney hcrses. . . ?.'<' . . Idler left for Sydney bu Wednesday, He is particularly Areli, «nd "tanst bs i»iven; a irfsanee in eifharthë.Epsom Handicap or tie :'lletropotitaii Stnkes, ..- ^ ., ,. "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

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CONSERVING THE FORESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

- «NSEifiSC TBE FORESTS. "Jarrah" writes WiK yon tinily allow measooallspice in your valualäo paper - to say a few words abooifc «ar 5 valuable jarrah forests. When are we to cave » conservator to loot «fter them? Will yon try and wake np some of onr ton. members of: Ifarlia ment and get them to appoint some yoong man who is acquainted with tlie Jarrah and karri timber I We do «ot want an imported expert. -Such men know nothing abont our timbers. Hey have to learn, and that takes a long time. There are young men in this State at present qualified fer the position.: it ls a» 'shame ; to see the quantity of kimber that is destroyed at the presentóme,, both young and «ld. Go where yon will the jarrah is slaughtered. If the Minister for Lands' were to haye a look around some of our timber mills he would be . ; able to see how the jarrah is slaogh : tered. Oar "forests will die out if; iMs is allowed to continue. I.trust some abler pen. than mine will take this maleer np.

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