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COLONIALS FRIGIDLY RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

COLONIALS FRIGIDLY RECEIVED. The London correspondent of the? Manchester "Guardian" adds something i to the story told Ky the "W.'G-." re- garding the cheers which Mr. Seddon led at the: Colonial review. People in . the neighborhood of the Colonial Pre/ miers soon became a>ware of their dis- satisfaction at the frigid demeanour of the crowd. At length Sir Wilfrid Laurier lost his patience. "Look here. Seddon," he said, turning to New Zea- land's Premier, "you have a good voice. For heaven's sake get them to raise a cheer." Hence the stentorian "Hip, hip, hips!" on which the chronicler admiringly congratulates Mr. Seddon. THE CAMPBELLS ABE COMING, and their drink is "Bailie Nicol Jarvie" and Macleay, Duff and Ca's "Special Liqueur Cream" Old Scotch Whisky. Blends of the finest Whiskies thoroughly matured. - : > BURNS, PHILP & CO., LTO., Sole Agents for Western Australia. Messrs. Thomas and Co., Chemists, 398 Hayj-Btreet, have been appointed Sole Agents in W.A. for Dr. B...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW TO PREPARE BORDEAUX MIXTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

2 1 _._ V ¡By D. MÍAxPnrs^ in the "Agricultural Jqnrnal of Victoria." For tíre proper preparations of this , mixture three or- more hamels are es- sentials, and two of these should have a distinct mark on the inside to indi . cate when they contain 25gaL, as much valnable time wiQ tiien be saved and " BLUESTONE. .strict accuracy assured. Though blue- stone îà easily soluble in cold water if vsuípendedjnst below 'Jtító-«¡nríace, the. ^jwbcess"-is *nueh:^norerjBfud i££he water hefiwthflatedp -Take ?lb, pinestone %<m&--9b*m&rM* »>jwia|l--JMdk,?iB!H}b: as those m which engar u generally aokL A kerosene tin of hot ' water should then be poured into one of the marked barrels, and the bag ot btoe 'ti^omeit^erjsa^fflided: joat below* the «urface tíf the water as ishown ia 6g.l, oritnu^^ h^ tated witil complete solution is se- cured. >WTien-thi8 has occurred, make up W 25 gallons with cold water. Then take iib. of good fresh ojaieklime Jin hard lamps, and. sl...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

Funeral Notice. -A LKOKD. - The friends of .MB> JOL CHABLES ALFORD are respect-; fully invited- to follow ûo remsons (rf his j lato Ijeloveitrwifeyi^toebVjfc tie place: bf J iii.-_¿X. ~ ..1-.1. ~z x>.__i_3 í\.j-_. I .itéraient, t&^u^jgbjitt" fäugiandCetefisry "~ 'neral Ís"~apjfmiate3 to" "fi^îrrakaïta.*"* The .= wi".""- «# leavehisre^ance,Pl&io*tieet, off.Goderj.cb street, East Perth, at 2.45 p.m. THIS (Sunday) AFTERNOON per road. Friends wishing to attend the funeral may proceed DONALD j: CHIPPER, Undertaker, Hay-street, Perth and alf Bay View-road, ? Claremont, Telephone No. 137.

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THE VANISHED WINE. WHO DRANK THE RUM? [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

M DRAM tfli KUI? I "A Keen Observer" writes : Knowing yon ure ever ready to publish any matter which affects tba welfare of the general public, and are not averse to throwing * little sidelight on the subject of ratlwaj ; mismanagement, L send yon the fottoway; particulars : A few weeks ago a case eon> taining wine «là rum' Was booked from Perth to Kellerberrín. v ft was left lying out on the platform for nearly à fortziigbV when the night ' officer suddenly discovered that the oontente had been taken and empty beer bottles put m ^beir ptecè. : Several residents were on Hie platform just previous to the discovery being made, ^y&Nhùa tbs railway inspector «ama to investigate tb» matter he "was shown by fte mghk offioer to the camp of one man only. AV forthright later a polioemanamved on the ses as in the ease of the inspector, be wita shown to tim same camp by " ,'->; Kow I would like to Jknow how .tUs geblle^ man managed to discover that the contents were missing, seei...

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DOWIE'S ZION CITY. ITS MAGIC GROWTH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

^boWIE^ ZION ÇITY# ITS MAGIC GROWTH. JOHN ALEXÂÎÎDER TJOWTE, veil . known in- Australia and finally -well "known throughout the world, has lately been rou eli in thé public eye. He left Chicane bteause they overtaxed bira, he said. There- upon he founded Zion City, 42 miles I north of Porkopolie, and an equal dis- tance south of Milwaukee on the line of the Chicago railway. For two and a half miles its eastern edge is washed by the waters of the lake. From the shore the tract of 6,500 acres extends some four miles west, broken here and liiere by stretches of woodbind. The prospect is one of exceeding natuial báwity/7 .-' ""_, "Marvéllons" not too strong a word/ Six months ago Zion City was a scattered settlement rf a hundred souls: ?Ti>-day its 'residents number 5",000. ^eri a modest country borne : TEIIPOFABS TABERNACLE, Sr&A'EÖ'G- SIX. HSUSDRSD PBOPOS. * " rose from the «diing prairies bete sod there. To-day a thousand. h ouses are taking form under hammer and saw. Chie...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

KEEP YOUR FEET »RY; Try a pair of French's solid leather Boots made on the , premises atreform prices. Strong Gent's Derby Bais, 9s. Sd. ? Calf and Kid Bals., 12s. 6d. Satin Calf Bals., 10a. 6d. Military Cossacks, 7a 6d. Strong Bluchers, Ss. 6d. - Genuine Watertight Heavy Jîhichere, 10s. 6i, wear-îZ" months. Strong W.T. Bluchers, 7s. 6d. Sepaira Cheap and Prompt. FRENCH'S, 276 Murrav-aUcet, Next to William-street. THE INDEPENDENT ORDER O FORESTERS. THE WORLD'S GREATEST FRATERi NAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. ] Does Lile Assurance on Monthly Stipulated Premium Plan. Membership, 186,000. Do- ing Business inFourCoutinents. £2,000,000 already paid to Widows and Orphans. PaV~ lng now to-Widows and Orphans £1,000 Kr day. Aooumulatod Funds, £1,000,006, corpo rated by Special Act of Parlament of Canada, and under Government^ Inspec* tion in Canada, Great Britain, aàd<the United States. Duly Registered in Wesfe Australia, and'; Deposit of £10,000 iradi w th State Treasurer. Gives Life...

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TO THE DEAE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

_A Qf& FOB DEAFNESS.--The Indian SpeoiEè,iitcly introduced into this country, ia absolutely the best remedy ever known for deafness and noises in the head. - lt grear right to tU'> seat of the trouble, and Bpeedü/ effects 3 complete cure. ,A lady says, "Iàm indeed hs¡.pi>y to tull you that the Indian Remedy has entirely restored my hearing, v although my case was long ago considered hopeless." 'Testimonials from all parts of. the world. Sold in bottles 4s. 9d. post free; i with full directions. (Protected by Govern-; meut Stamp.) Address^ Mr. James Harley, 23 Stockdaio-roäd, Battersea Park, London, - S.W., England. ..'?.'« It means a earing to the cook-Hughes and Bethany's Bakinsr Pcwder. ' The ladies of Perth all go to "The Alex- andra," Barrack-street.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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The Sunday Times SUNDAY, AUGUST 17, 1902. OBSCENE PUBLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

; y BüHDAT, AüGtíST 17, 1902. Wim tbe intentions of the Bill in cb^ge or the Attoraey-G^ James), to suppress indecent publica- tions, we are thoroughly in accord. It is just as necessary to prevent moral   infection as it is to prevent physical contagion. Deprayijy may be an epidemic as well as the plague, and   indeed modern science has proved be-   yónd controversy that one may be just as much the result of disease as the   other, and also: just as catching ; and   their causes may be most intimately related. Physical filth generates moral filth, and moral paralysis natura seeks dirt. Hence laws dealing with moral sanitation, so to speak, may be just as essential to the moral well being of a community as are the laws directly concerned in the administra     tion of the Board of Health. But in passing laws dealing with moral ques   tiens even greater care is necessary &nb...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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PORT PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

Br PETES. Those Vrüliant geniuses who take upon themselves the onerous duties of con- trolling the destinies of . this sleepy-going municipality are very reticent upon the tramway question. This extraordinary re- ticence is only equalled by the still more ex- traordinary apathy of the' ratepayers. All business transactions between the council and the Tramway Company are kept a secret, not a breath of which must get abroad. Daring the «eek I interviewed Mr. Pickwick, the town clerk, apon the matter. Looking do ari upon me in a fatherly manner, he commeuced to speak of The Good Old Days when be ruled the roost at the State school in Adelaide-street.. As I was .one of his pupils, I have still a vivid recollection of the manner in which he used to bring down his stack on a. rather sensitive part of my anatomy. Hading no desire to be reminded of "those good old days," as he called them, I changed the subject.. "What about the trains, Mr. Pickwick? Can you give me any information aboot th...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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NOTES FROM THE NORTH. The League Formed [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

PTES FEO! TIS BORTH. 9 Br DEMOS. The League Formed in ibis district to barrack for the construc- tion of a railway from Mt. Magnet to Law/ lers (150 miles}, has made out a very strong ease in favor of the proposed line. The league is very much in earnest, and properly so, for ordinär} trade in Geraldton is as stagnant as a cart-rut puddle. So that the prospect of entirely losing the custom and profit derivable from Lawlers and adjacent goldfields, is making the Champion Bay shopkeepers wriggle in helpless dismay. It isa solemn fact; that times are so badin the Victoria District that shopkeepers are afraid to "stock-up" to any - satisfactory degree. If an article of value, such as a wind-mill,-. a threshing machine, a four furrow plough, or even an extra big line in chaff bags be required, the customer has to often wait until it is specially imported for , bim. A sate must be effected before such ! costly implements leave Perth br Fremantle. The centralising Perth Government, with th...

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A BUNBURY BOY. FOSSICKING FOR PHYSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

: A BöNBÜSF BOY. f\ . F0SSÍCEÉG *ÈR PflrSK. j "Two Bob" writes:-Wanted, a school for the development of taco and character reading. If mankind were keener at discerning the kind of hearts^ connected« with the million and one faces in oar cities, a great assortment of unclaimed trouble would roam the world in search of congewai graft. A sick youth roamed Banbury last week stone broke. Physical distress drove; him to the Yankee's pharmacy-horse and «attie medicine a specialty. : Mis fortane bade him linger with yearnful longing for the medicine that, might ease a racking congi), and üaalty judg- ment snowed him lines of haman syn> pathy on-the face of the angelic pills, set in a golden glorióos aureolé of streaming colored " lights, and Hie youth walked in "ter a bottle er some thin' tptsore pe coff." Eük prescribed -"A shilluri, please.'' «Well," qikoth tho invalided one,- "I'm-sick, bo« ; I a'int got no shillun «> I can't pay yer, but X wants the medsun"; and reaching for the ...

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CRICKET. The Australian Eleven. ENGLISH FIXTURES. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

... ÜBMCKBT.'' ] The ATistralton. EReveiii ENGIJSH PIXTDRES. ÁTOC8T. 18. Gloucestershire, at Cheltenham. 21. Kent, at Canterbury- - 25. Middlesex, at Lord's. 28. Lancashire, at LiverpooL - The final test match .waa played' et Ken- nington Oval on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday mst. The weather was beauti- fully bright on tine opening 4ay, though owing to recent rains there was some doubt about the wicket lasting. The attendance was large. ¡ Australia gained a distinct advantage by winning the raes, and occupied the creases during the whole of Monday for a total of 324: Trumble et last had the distinction ot, top-scoring for his side (though if he nester got «.ron. he is invaluable'in the team), and his 64, not ont, was a welcome addition to the colonial's total. ':'.. Noble continued in. his ran-getting vein, and was next highest contributor with a well-played 52. The constant Tramper notched 42, Hopkins 40, Kelly £9 ; Duff and Gregory got 23 each, Armstrong 17, Hill ll, Darling 3, ...

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FOOTBALL. THE AUSTRALIAN GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

[ ."' POOTBAIiI». j The association aid itself prond last week when Pbc^ix-like it rose from the ashes of its departed uselessness and dealt with, two or three rases of rough play. When a roan 1 is reported to die association he generally bringa half a dozen witnesses who nave not seen,the incident complained'of to show that their individual and collective eye-' sight, though perhaps at the time the^aflkir bappened.was gined on rapioly vanishing beers, was better than that of-the umpire and everybody else put together. However, for once the impartial spectators failed, and one loan " (Elliot) who departed somewhat from the story told hy the other witnesses was afterwards bailed, up by tte'"impar- tial" people, and the sins and penalties of his clubmen were placed on thisnnhappy man's bead. ' ? ' The present rule is for the ampire to make his charge, the offenders their de&aaoe, and thenfor tiie witnesses tobe caHed, in one by one. Careful attention is paid to each wit- ness ...

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TURF TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

TURF TATTLE. The Kalgoorlie Club's Spruig Gaamaignj was brought to a snecessKl -cöncinsia» jes-. ,-. ;*erday. .\;,:.: V,-:-^-.^ - ?-. ' - iáoo$n¿.]b^^^ Keyáer wñl .receive ooite a record ? - ?' "ViBto^'w^vW'weH-ïèplos^ '.^proáchiag -A&a~fN?ïin?^teesïiâ£. - Bah ; Voyàkej Ibex, The Iidlerí wid Foot^lt are a : ^ of *he.j ? - lot should make a ooU bid for victory -^\//:1^sfTmg'haitdQptp8.; ''""'-''.j TJie À^jQ. D¿*y%ai ww .«&age«ten^ tioe,«nd much interest wU be centred in " tíie m^phg bf BÁk^ - Scott, and {StrataFlorida. One of the beac . C judges in New South Wales expressed the - opinion at Randwick on Friday ¿ihat Brak pul was "as good as Trident," and that "bis Sruuungibe A^.<l'-Wl»:f^^;*^'-«niy' i '«»utingenton his keepm^^ ¡ A glance at the list bf Derby candidates * ,*V¡cross íheMurray" «ery*B -rorshow that ] Australia is keepiug well 'ahead of the ad- i vance in breeding tboroaghbreds. ' Among the 16 left in the race are descendants of ' GaLvpin (perha...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

That the Mayor of Coal Town intends to kajftle along since tbs SÜKDAY TIMES' ttsieUixw. - ? That la tittt has b,eek importnning Mm to ^o the honorable thing That the courting Mayoress evidently de .«clines-to remember ber marriage and-its "very-much-alive results. That the-whisky-loving Whittington, has a buxom bar to bigamy. j. That some Fremantle bye-laws were con J\ orirved by a lunatic toad drafted bj a doll ' Witted Wesleyan. That those Affecting cabs were obsolet« . »bout the tune that Noah, learnt navigation. That while being fined for alleged infringe nseot no magistrale eau show the whyfore oF the farce. . That when Traffic-inspector Taylor aban- dons several bf his billets he. might explain 4hebEte<^^ ' . TbÉtMaaxA ¿lajeaba iÇrnger haanct the sbtrn&m of lik ex-TrajBBirä^namesake. That having married a«enior for spondn - . Cr, bs deferred his disappointment. ; - - ' That Seeing to find a .trail derelict m ' petticoats wa« leaving the soup for the . flames...

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FOOTBALL AUSTRALIAN GAME. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

AUSTRALIAN GAME. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. . The principal match yesterday under .Australian ralea waa. that between Eaet Fra. <manble and Perth. The match was played on the Fremantle Oval, and after a good : game East won comfortably. Thia victory gives the East Fremantle Club a very strong lian on -tie premiership. Another round ias to be flayed, in idiieh the East and Jîorth fremantle, Perth, and West Perth -dubs will take part. East are only leading - !North by four points, whilst the latter club bas how an eight-poiiit lead over Perth' Sight points also separate Perth and West ' Pertii. To prevent East obtaining the.pre jaierehip they will have to be beaten twice «ext round, in which three matches will be played. Judging by: their last two perform- ances' this - does not appear likely, and the premiership seems secure for the bloe-and " V white colote. ;'- '*?' ?.

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

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. HERR RASMUSSEN, tbe Danish Herbalist, desires all SUFFERERS irom CHRONIC CO N STITUTIO NAL BLOOD and SKIN DISEASES, GLEETS, and DISCHARGES to know that they can be speedflv Çnred by taking bis ALgALPJE LWKPn&S. And those yhp are WEAK, NERVOUS, and DEBILITATED with a Confused Brain, F&fliog Memory,' and De Smessed in Spirits, sunermgfrotn GENERAL EBUATY, LOST VITA LITS" and VARI COGELE, should know that they can be speedily restored »to permanent health by taking- ALFALINE VITALITY PILLS. FEMALES suffering from ANAEMIA and WASTING DISEASES are speedily restored to perfect health by taking the ! ALFALINE UNIVERSAL PILLS. This remedy Purifies and Enriches the Blood and Strengthens the Nerves, and is a Special: Remedy for FEMALE COMPLAINTS. The LOCK, VITALITY, and UNI-] VERSAL PILLS are sold as follows: Special Powerful Courses, 43s. ?d.; Ordinary j Courses, 23s. fid.; Smaller Boxes, 12s. and 6s. each. . Sofia rere of either sex from PILES, either Bli...

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KALGOORLE RACING CLUB SPRING MEETING. SPORT ROYAL WINS THE CUP. THE CUP RECORD LOWERED. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

KALGOÖRÜE lIGfÖLÖB -*? ?- 'v ? SPRING- MEETING-, SPORT ROYÂTÂ THE GÜR THE CUP RECORD LOWERED. KAIGOOBI.TB, SATURDAY. ¡ The raia which fell tilts morning carneas one of the keenest disappointments oí the .season to the large crowds i of the publie, who, though determined to go and Bee the Cup inn, looked forward to seeing the racing interfered with by the weather. As if in answer to the early expressed determination ©i the committee to hold the races, come what may, the weather cleared, off towards, hoon, and, the ground drying np^quicfcly, the course was found looking its 'vety hasfc The clearing of the weather in^ dnced a much larger number of ladies to turn ont than might; have been expected, and the grounds presented a brilliant spectacle aa the time for the Cup drew near. The attendance was in every way satisfactory, while the course itself snSered very little , by yesterday's down- pour. There were some fears that the bottom corner might be made heavy by a shower, but aa inspec...

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LATE SPORTING. VICTORIAN RACING. V.R.C. AUGUST MEETING. REPORT BEATS COLONEL SHILINSKI. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

UIE SPORTING. VICTORIAN RÂCLNG. im mm jpiffit 8EP0BT ÎSitslÔÛflH, SfflUBSKL TheY.B.G. August Meeting was held at Flemington tooday. The weather was d« lightfxu, áad there -was' a splendid attend- ance, v The fields were small, bot the racing waa interesting. Although several good two müets weee in at a liefet weight punters fas-. tenedîon to Colonel Bbiliuski for the^Hurdle Rao'&ndfell in, for.the -champion was pot equal $o stall off Beportfs'dash attbe finish of theMró mil es, which was run in 3-*& Recent 3Ï6rm was indicated in the tähow H&ad$ap,r Mr. *'Jimw WQson's1 fieclnsion, wSo ' <wv« Jmt favorite, »on easdy. The outsider AJN.A.scored in theSteetíeehase. < WaÂèvîâ» rider *f Drummer, liad his col- larbone broken. Homeward Bound was : "Serveo^ipa warm favorite for the Angttst ' / HamBnájft hat just failedto catch täiat nae- \ fal 'Wüstem - districtbörae Mnntohaka. : Marama-«ad.'sw.-duB^'-^BRgr Hing, -were brought inp bej^^ sus- , pic...

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POLITICAL PLUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

BY AX M.L.A. Having diepsBôd of the no<»nfidence de-1 bate and the Address-in-Reply, Parliament baa pot in a week <bl more practical legisla- tive work. On Tuesday the Public Votaries Bill, implosives Act Amendment Bill. In- decent Publications Bili, Koads Act Amend- ment SOI, «nd the Ballway .Commisstooers Bin were ah cxpiawed in ilw Hausa. The last named was the most important from 4 public standpoint. It was expected that .the measure would provide for the removal of 'the <xmtrol of the ' railways from political influence, Jbut it does nothing of the sort. It is no more than a delegation of the duties <ot a general manager to three Commie eionera. " Although a.chairman has been appointed, tho three Commissioners are equal in every respect, and a majority shall decide all questions, so that the other two Com mission erd by pulling together may. over-ride the chairman; al teether. Tue chairman receives £1,500 per annum, an insufficient sa...

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