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PERTH v. EAST FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

ÍÉJ8 SiiiSÏ PEIaMS. About 2,000 people assembled on the oval at Fremantle this afternoon to witness the matdh between East Fremantle and Perth. The "weather was beautifully fine and the ground in good order. The East'had pro- bablythe strongest team with which they.nave ' done-battis thia season, but the narira of the visiting team were slightly vreakened owing ?0- to tbe absence of WhelanJ and Purliog. They had, however,, two fairly good men in theirnlaoei vù., Thompson, of the Ballway Juniors, «nd Bandy, of the Henley Park TJmpire Frazer bounoed the ball in tho «entre punctually to timet and the "mag. pies" quickly rushed it dose ap to the visitors goal-posts. Here Cooper secured and placed sue pointe to the credit of the local team. This was followed a little later by Oallen punting eecoad goal; and then Perth, by p^ leather w¿H into TSastfs territory, where fiimoodaoaiimarüy booted it betíráen Ae goal-sticks. Even play, was the order for .oms âme, aad'thea^Pilmer seeing an open ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NORTH FREMANTLE v. S. FREMANTLE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

A email attendance, mostly North Fre -mntia, supporte rs, assembled on the North-' Feemantle Oval yesterday to witness the' snatch between the home team and tbe South Premantleitoa. The game was fairly well contested, bat North, although not ? playing op to their best form, "wene too good 1 for-the visitors, and won by 9.8 .to 7.5. For the local idnb Mitchell, Bjemdricke, and Thomas (among the old players}, aad Bovell among the importations {3j showed oat most prominently. For the loseta CSibson, Shaw. «nd Bates did th .> bast work. ; The seores at the conclusion of ea sh of the quarters wereas follows : First onattcr : Sörth, 1.5 ; South, Ll. Halttinie^ North, 4.5 ; South, 5.3.v . -- > ThiÄSBjajürtSfe time r ÏTorth, S.6 ; South, Final ; Korth Fremsn^e, O.^ ^ pomtsl ; South Fremantle, 7.5 (47 points). v. The goal-kickers were i-lîorth : Heia drfcka (2), C.* Wakeley <2), Mitchell, Pierce, and Cooper (3). -South : Shaw, Brittain 13), Wright, Moreton, snd.Leeder.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE MIDLANDS GRIP. STOPPING SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

THEIMIDLANDS GRIP. - _ STOPPING SETTLEMENT. "Pro Bono Publico" writes:-We bear a great deal from time to time about tile anxiety of tbe Government to assist in every conceivable way the agricultural industty, and of the de- sire to do anything and everything for tb« benefit of those people who break away from the centres of population and settle on the land, and we believe that tho Government is really sincere to a very large extent, for we find them framing liberal land laws, estab- lishing agricultural banks, and lending money on very easy terms, and low rates of interest, building agricultural halls in' various places, making roads and bridges to the different agricul- tural areas, and even baying up large private estates for the purpose of re- selling them to the small farmers. Yet, in the.face pf all this, we find tile Government sitting meekly by and allowing millions of acres of some of the very best agricultural and pastoral land locked up in the grip of that syndicate incog...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LATE SPORTING. ADELAIDE RACING. GRASD NATIONAL MEETING ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

CATE SPORTING. ADELAIDE RACING. GRASD NATIONAL MEETING ADELAIDE, SATURDAY, j The Adelaide Racing Club's Grand National meeting was concluded in . warm weather to-day. The attendance was large. Kebbuck and Crosskeys were in "most de- mand for the Welter Plate. The former never nattered her backers, bot the Padlock filly ran splendidly, and seemed to have the race won when Eland caught her in the last stride. Allegiance and Boyal Salute were "most fancied for the Hardie Race,. bot though both ran well they could never pace ?with Harry, who led all the Way, and won injhe fast time of Smsa. 39sec. - Troubridge was che elect for the Mayor's Mile, with Elkoran aiEO yell supported. The crack Carlyon colt waited on Magda and Antilles tóll their heads were turned for home, sud, then he went to the front, where Sojourner challenged -him. Trrabridge settled' So- journer at the -distance m a feiiv strides and won, easing-ap, ßojonrner, being .within a length on sufferance. Troubridge looked blo...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FRUIT INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

FRUIT INSPECTION. Mr. B. Hooper writes:-With re- gard to . "Daylight's" letter in your issue of the 10th inst., the writer makes it appear that no inspection is \ made of fruit offered for sale hi the auction rooms. To show that such is j not the case, I would point out that since the beginning of the year 356 cases of diseased fruit have been seized in auction rooms and destroyed, as against 90 cases in retail shops. It is of course impossible for the inspectors to examine minutely the contents of each case, but every effort is made to prevent diseased fruit going into con- sumption either from auction rooms or retail shops. Baiger, tailor, Fremantle, is now carrying on business on his own account,- and begs to inform his old friends that he is on hand as usual at 52 High-street. Tel. 307. You can buy Beecham's Pius anywhere almost, but you car only get Premier Self raising Flour at Hughes and Doheny's. - Visitors to Perth will find comfortable quarters at the Cremorne HoteL W. A. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CROWDED TRANSPORTS. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

Telegrams to batid from xha authorities at , iíatal state Miar there were I,09i returning Ansteaiian« Aboard the. tömsporjt Britannic, whose »regi^eied, acsomaiodation only il. IbweJ for'her carrying 1ÖS4. Ali thejnwps. ^irere ftedfcaíiy'iospected bei one saüiñg, and nb invalids ivète alfowded to embaír k. " The -medical «nd: Burgical equipment, aapphed in eïadedTOedioïne «beste, a fractine box, and ^xtrÄ 'drnga,*-? 39»-War Office being scarce ^inedical^mforte,:^ by theships under naval instructions to puta full supply|m board. .*Í-í ;,.. »? i*. >* ^

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A FATAL PROCESSION. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

A PAWL PROCESSION Doria" tba progress of a J « .chiigbt pro- , cessiou t&roagh tba streets of . jjtwerp dar- ing the anriuaj _i| jiitiisjn.il ; .isi^val a car representingAVinttr tarfght^fti* f^the'Ûj^yJ ? deeoraöftfis -were soon a^y^.Mt£âU&ml. ?women who oscnpied the car uaeww barned , to death, and the rest, were moj^pf le^^in-^ -jaredO ? ta:- : , ^ ... ; - :- «**\S jr%-$.. ' Ä"wink is as good as a nod to a blind mäht He can iee! the hair grovring when he nses

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
IN MEMORIAM. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

» . ' Cr ?The -JLta^r, on . the deck ot tn« ^Koy&l yicht^Albssri, m a specially prepared cut-* fii.ig" |.»íd 't» ijraiis cross, inperibed W/tli the following words ** Here'restea &B be- loved remains of Jlcbvja, February, 1 and 2. I'M/' " _ It is never too late to nae Doxo for the bair....

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE VISITING SOVEREIGNS. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

:0 . - lX>35TDOÎi, SATOBBÄT. I _ .The, varions visiting sovereigns for . the Coronation cerèmom"è3 iiave paid their re- spects to His Hajes ty the King at Osborne, and aré returning in tba Eoy^ yacht. " - . The Kingdon the occasion beld a naval in- - :véstitnreÂhonors. a v

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A [?]EWD LOAFER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

, afternoon arrested sa j £j0mjtóey; oa itiwJ ^jbim^È^^Ê^y:m mâëamiitg to .car-? nally knowv »; g« on^ of age, j l£e neagre fasts to band are snjflScient to I áum 1te t£&si$fà way in which this lewd j breí to achieve Ks vile par-J «sib H» Jittäfi girL andafter ¿Sis; induced fierlîfco, aoböppahy him . «i a eo» called fi^hgexcmnoh to Freshwater Bay. Thetwo^-4& senBoal Boley and the inno- cent maid-hoarded a train far Claremont. The wooH-be jsedneertoot «are .to see that he and his victim got into "îi vacant carriage where he w^ajdd be free from all chance of disturbance. - "But his wickedness acciden- tally came to-light, for while the train was. between E&Brakatta and Claremont a ticket inspector, when walking hurriedly along the faotbeard, chanced to look in at the window andXwigged Bogey's little game. He gave information "the police, and Holey was' arrested. ? '? . \. "? .

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

ADELAIDE, SATUBDAT. -The following are the resolte of the ßoath Australian ?? Football Association's matches played this afternoon; Norwood. 4,8 (32 pointe), beat West Tor- reos, (29 points). - North Adela-de, 7.7 (49 points), heat Start, 2 4 (16 points). * Port Adelaide; 17.13 1115 joints), beat West Adelaide, 4.7 (31 points). The wjn of Norwood puts them in the final foar to play off for the premiership, tile other three in the running being Port Ade- laide, North Adelaide, and Sonth Adelaide.

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

MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. | The following are the resolta of the premiership matches played to-day j-. - .' ? .?? V^I^AGtJE.; ' ' '/}yX '"v V---: Melbourne, 7.5 (47 points}, beat Carlton» L7 (13 points). . ; C^Uingwood; 12.12 {S4 pointe); beat Sooth Melbourne, 5.14 (44 points). - ; .. '-j ; Fitzroy, 6.16 (52 points), "beat Geelong, 5.6 {36 point?). L- '.' ; ^ . , Essendon, 10.12 (72 pointe), beat St. Kilda, 3.6^2*points). J > . ..'.-.v " ááSSOClÁTÍSN. . ? Richmond. 6.17 (SSjipoints), beat WÜ-: fiamstbirb;'3.i5(23poiä^).r ' " Prahran, 3.7 (25 points), beat Essendon Town, 8 behinds (8 points). . . : - North Melbourne, 9.8 (62 points), beat Footscray, 5.8 (38 points); ?? : "? Port .Melbonrne.v. 5.4 ¡(34 points), beat West Melbourne, 4.« (30 points).

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Football Social. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

The British Football Assodatioa entertain the Goldfields Association at a smoke social in tte ilecbanics' Institute on Wednesday.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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THE BUSHED BIRD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

TIE BDSPD BIP. - The best of people sometimes go astray, no»matter whether it ia the lobster or the Heidsiek, pr anything else. Mr. Bird, the solicitor, is a living witness to the truth of it,1 He lives in a street off Hay-street, ina row of houses! so much alike'that voucan't tell tother from which in the daylight, much less at night when you have been taking, observations'through aglasa. Iiast Thurs-' day night week was a bsd night for Mr. Bird, and he found it convenient to go in tho bick Way and climb through the window into what he believed to be his own roam, hut what waa really the dining-room of a house two doors away. Wich some difficulty heUndressed'himself I AH Bot His Singlet and then laid his weary bones to rest on toe couch covered himself'over with a ridicu- lously, frajgfle piece of lace, which did duty as aa antimacassar. The noise of his entry disturbed the two ladies who occupied the bouse, and so. they . sallied forth into the dnungroom to ascertain what was amis...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE PFITZNER CASE. EVIDENCE BY EXAMINATION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

EVIDENCE CY CUKINÍTiON lae caw of Antonia Pfitzner, who wi .originally charged with the murder of newly-born male child, name unknown, an who eu friday was tried before the bene at Bimbaty oa the lesser charge of havan by the secret disposition of tbs dead body o lier male' «hijtd ;Äaearored. to conceal it birth, will afford mach food for discussion ii fcgal <ii^es.' it also opens up the vee lgra^~b,&éstioh^ So as to óbtát^evideace'ajjajnst themaelve in such chargé as |he morder bf nèw-hon b&xAiKXK the ^ooalmeht of ^ mrth of/J newly-born dead' child. ïn ¿he "case «* mediately under review tíie body of adeat malo cbSd was found in a well ina bael y^ off yietona^roefc, Bunbury. ' Antoni! Pfitzner, a young housemaid in a boardin| ^stabhshment close by, was at once anssteij mi suspicion and charged with the wilful murdeVbf;\\' : "''X* * " '-} * " Jttor, Kale GliUd. The police at once, under the powers oj section 234 Hf the .Criminw Code, ordered the gui to be ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
HORSEWHIPPED AT EAST MOLESEY. ARMY OFFICER AND CITY MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

HORSEWHIPPED AT EAST ARMY OFRCER AND CiïY MAN. A most exciting scene took place at East -Molesey the other afternoon, when a retired offleer inflicted a severe horsewhipping pa a City man who had eloped with.'bis .wife." A *^tar" èeporter who «aw fha horsewhipping administered learns .that the chipped" turned ap at the boase of the officer in Kensington on Thursday, Jane 19, and taking advan 1 tage of "tine husband's absence, eloped .with the wife, who is exceeding pretty and only §6 years of age. -Ira bus-; band toracked the öoople*o Iial% Hole- ' sey, where they have been living. The infuriated officer, accpmpajûed.by an ex-lightweight champion and an ex heavyweight champion, in case of emergency, and a friend to see fair play, went down t» East Molester, and whilst lunching on the verandah of the Castle Hotel, - which overlooks ibo rivers, espied, amidst the numerous.: .craft oit the water, his wife and the' City man vigorously poleing a smart looking punt. Up the creek the punt ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Free Homestead Farms. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

Free Homestead Farms. ' The eligibility pf an applicant for une of * these fann» copete to the person so apply- ing not being the owner of* more than 100 acres of freehold or conditional purchased ' ? iaml'and.lieing-over the age of 18 years.'. The maximum area is 160 acres and the aünnnnm 100 acres, and the land so applied . tor moat be open for selection. The grin-1 cipal conditions are residence on the tann for at least sit months in the year for the first five yesî»î erecting'à house or .making improvements to the value -of ¿£50 within two yeats ; and within five years a fourth cf -- the .«rea must be fenced and an eighth .cropped. The holder of one of these farms may hold other conditional purchased land, . and residence on this will be sufficient S within 20 miles. : ; ^.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

ii WHYTE SPECIAL55 "WTEÎIS^: ABSOLUTELY UimiVALLED -../. Sole Agents-MILNE & CO., William Street, f^K, ' No. 10.1 Clenoran Whisky Uo. 10 The PTOEST MÍALT WEISS? Scotland Produces. rjpms WHISK ST is doaranteed toe Soie UnWended Produce of the Ord XH&tjllery Oomp&ny. MU1B OF - OBP,. BOSS-SHTBS. PHILIP GOYLE, MOIR^ CHMBEB^^ ? ? . . SOLE AGENT. , SEL. «50. ? ' vf' ' ' TEL. «50. 136 WILLIAM STREET, JPJSMTM. EDISON AND SWAN LAMPS, ÖYNAMÖ3, MOTORS; CABLES, ARC LAMPS, and; ELECTRICAL FITTINGS IN STOCK. Rankine's Patent Feed Water Filter and Grease Extractor. MACHINERY INDENTS EXECUTED. HEALY & FONTAINE, " TUC CDIOPn » TAILORS, HATTERS. MERCERS, ETC. " I Ht rnlOuU . THE ILATEST IN C THE ÍJATEST IN CHRISTY'S HATS, I WAAT»DAWK! U AÏÏ'Q 111686 High-grade HATS are now Worn almost j ÏJ Uul/lkV il L> liti I Oi Universally, tbe reason being that they are the BEST VALUE for Money. ASK for a .'WOODROW" and Take No Imitation. i MANTJFAC fUBED BY J, WOODROW & ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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For the Farmers. RURAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

Advent of sprint!. 1 Farmers are water-carting in some ? parts - nf the eastem'districts. Good all-round fanning men are in re .cuest. Fallowing operations should receive atten- tion jost'now. The land being in plough able condition, -advantage should bo taken of it. .- .? The same remarks apply to new land. If broken np now and allowed to, remain _dm> ing'summer it will be in excellent condition for aotamnal cropping. The Agricultural 'Bank's operations are likely to be extended. It is fcaid that the recommendations of - the select committee wätbe almost unanimouslyadopted by, the. Legislature. Ti» worfcaccomplisbed by the institution since its establishment bas been productive of good, and manyaalwtont^ improvements bava' been effected-ion tmlonïgsTiy te-ald» When its Junctions ana extended it . will, beeóme oitoof the mostff»pnlar institutions in the State. ; : / Growers of wheat should go over *the fields inst prier to the grain ripening, and, ?elect a number of the best head...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ALL ABOUT WRINKLES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

ALL ABOUT WRINKLES. t , Wrinkjea Tare not always a signf'bf ^&'~î'hàré ieen 3Ùite_ young'glrls" .with lines across' the forehead. -île*" peated lifting of the eye-brows' every moment will cause these to come, and constant frowning -will produce hori- zontal lines which form between the eyebrows. . Sitting up late at night reading should not be indulged in, as this"îs a fertile source of the nrach-djeaded "crow's feet" round the eyes. | Ill-health, over-study, or. .wxnty will bring wrinkles. The best way toi treat them is to anticipate their coming, and form a hygienic and tonic method of life, and try ? to cultivate a happy and hopeful disposition of mind. Try to avoid worrying over trifles. Bathe the skin carefully every day, so that it preserves its elasticity. Impure air and over-heated rooms are a fertile source of wrinkles. The. nerves of the face are deadened by close and impure sir, the fine muscles lose their tone, the tissue of the face shrinks, and these shrinkages...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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