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NEW NANSONIA. PALADINS OF POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

M MSOÎIIA.' vPALiDiÑToF^PÓLITICS. "Nondescript" writes:-There a'int no lock .strolling np and' down Hamp- ton-road (which is to Northampton in a sense what Bourke-street is to Melbourne) from the Miner's Arms to the Ballway Hotel indulging in the fond hope of a free drink. This is my custom of a fine evening, and as I was passing Joe Harvey's Farmers' Arms (tiras you. will see we have three pubs, and, with the churches, they seem to flourish here as in most other places) I chanced to espy a motley group in Joe's tap-room evidently sampling his "new brand of shypbo--always good at Joe's-and as it is an unwritten rule of mine that whenever two or three' are gathered together for soch parpóse there am I in their midst. In I walked without invitation, and had no sooner swallowed the proffered loñg L aleever than the inevitable politics * cropped np. No. place beats North- ampton for red-hot poUtician^ the darkies haye their, fancy man, and he is i Not Mr. Nanson, as they say he is too m...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CRASS CONSPIRACY. AN INIQUITOUS INQUIRY. Lax Lieutenant and Latitudinarian Law. PRESS POLICY OF SUP-PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

^^¿^mmimim^m.J . - _^ ?? ? ' - -. CRASS CONSPIRACY. AN INIQUITOUS 1HQUSRY. M là PRESS P0LÍCY ÛF . SUP-PRESS. another-of those now ordinary- cases heinous sappressioB, both by a eourt o£ I 1 and She rdailyrSres%nss oocorred dttti the weeli. The c^ severely viande*^^ ^täte"'>*i> -;.á*» «risc «Satyr^iijHotSolmers,*was ;-^eed an jw rageons instance cf wnitewsilung ^ - . ¿B camera, bet the oí soldier the Perth Polios Coort np la^ than 'Sat day last Was, if übst ??jrerej--i^w»BBÍ<e> jet J aamuoa as the party concern^ ai»d raspoiieitte pos&on ^ method of h& trial' gives rise and affori ' . color io the accusation |tfc^^^ widely different laws for the ridi and î Saential awL & . There is in this cosmopolitan c^ Â oars » inore thia proportional number of vj - ;©£ j^'JIa*^ inyebnoi Weekaföt wjSek .these': abuorm/dspwamei ? . af ^»h^ited and :pollnring. humanity ai " cbaii^ «itb oneoees alatoet too '&limdaB to mention, anet fl» H&i at...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

Badness Notices. C Û COUCH MIXTURE. TX L L1&5~HAY M. ? Chemist, SW&BET Sale KaJxxxfBuetarer and Sxpnrt Gan ajid Locte Smith, . 73 WIIÍJAM-STREET, PERTS« FACTORY ; TtAiun T-nam ' - ?. J. B0B0REOA, AUCTIONEER «nd SITATE AGENT, EAQLX CHAIOUES, . . «ß HAÏJSTREET, PERTH. . AUCTION BALES of LAND, HOUSES, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Etc, nuder : tsfcenrntittmort Account Soles Promptly Rendered. OSWALD L DEMÂMÏEL&C0., ; . . AUÖTIONBKRS, * P *" Souse, lVi^>di;and,]BÍnsnci&l Agents. p Auction Sales -vowdwsi&Bdv**- AUJF Part of 1 No. 18 FirstIlôor^SRQÔSMAK'8 CHAMBERS, BARRACK-STREET. ACEWCY, Ste WeffingitonHÍt-E., H. COX ' " Massey-Harro, Birds,Tmr"3* ford's and Eagle Oy> Easy Time Payment». AU Smtdries Stocked. * . ; Repairs a Specialty. ; Bikes on Hire. Open aU Sundays for Hire, " Hate RESUMED TUITION"" 'in DANCING, P^ain and Fancy % . Pirate ibr m CîlaM. ' . Also MUSIC and SINGING. . BLAffi ATHOL, 145 HAT-STBBKT EAST. {METROPOLITAN fJSH MARKETS NOW OPE...

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

THE "SAVOY" for British Grills, Sup ,pers, Oystersr and : Tiffin. , William, .toseí^ between Hay-street and Palace A yVOifVERFÜL CURE or . H Y D AT I D S. A SUFFERER FOR SIX YEARS. Completo Restoration after a Course of .ITADAtlD. Adelaide, 31st August, 18^9. Mr. S. A. PALMER, Dear Sir,-About six years ago I- was taken very ill. In the morning I would feel quite well and would start to work, but after working for about two hours I would be quite fatigued, and overcome, so much so that I would be compelled to abandon work and have to lie down. I had, along with other symptoms, a NASTY HACKING DRY. COUGH. After continuing in this ¡ state for some considerable time, 1 WENT INTO THE PUBLIC HOSPITAL There the doctors pronounced mc to be SUFFER- ING FROM HYDAMDS ; but were unable to find their position to enable them lo oper- ate on me. I therefore left the institution. By this time I had been off work for abont 4 months. I then underwent a 12 MONTH'S MEDICAL TREATMENT FOR HYDA- TIDS, wit...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SPIRITUAL GUIDES. RECTOR'S WIFE AND CURATE. A TERRIBLE CASE. IMMORALITY AND DIVORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

SPIRITUAL GUIDES^ RECTOR'S WIFE AND ' CURATE. A HUBBLE CASE. IMMORALITY ANO DIVORCE. TJ_m ^ rrtr rr-T -j Tr rt ? ïhe Rev. Henry Holditch Thoma Cínife,. Rector of Hardbgton, nea Yeovil, sought a divorce iii the D: Torce Court recently, by reason of th adultery of ois wife Mrs. Florene Chafe, nee Hyson (daughter of clergyman), with the co-respondent, th Rev. ArthucJElin^hainj. who had bee: curate to the- péfatkoiier.^ r L' ' Answers had been filed denying th charge, and - the casé was'to have bee: heard before a special jory, but, afte »-consultation between the pattie when the case was called on, the d< fence waa withdrawn abd it was take: befbra thejeourt itself, witjjout^a jury > In opening the case, Sir % Clark «aid thafc¿*he petitioner ¡charged: bj wife with colÉnn^táng a^Ttry witirMi Bingham, wb.o was^',cui^tç^èh5pÎQy^ by him from August, 1899,vuntíl. gej temper, 1901. guting that , time a 01^ period. Mr.^Cieife was in. Hl-healt! an3 "was obliged Éo.îëavé home. B j...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO DEAF PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

DEAFNESS, NOIBEfT I2TTHE HEAIÏv *¿, positively cured by HASLEM BAR LOTION This new KeniBdygoe« rigja ^o the actual seat of the disease, sad has infec- ted such remarkable curés jüüt the. greatest hope is held oat to aU sufferers, no «natter how bad or long-standing the case" inay Tte; QKÍS mornsüB witt duna any/ordioarv case, and will be sent securely packed and post- paid, with foll directions *nd testimonials upon receipt of 4s. 9d. Orde? direcjirom JAMBS E. HASLETT, 23, Stockdale-fioad¿ South Lambeth, iLoodpnv JSKÓXAsn, ~. ?. Messrs. Fisk and Tine, coach and carriage builders, nave started an up-to-date factory at 26 South Terrace, Fremantle. ; If jpu are feeling misérable and depressed, call ?J round and order o sulky from them*; thea you will bs able to take your *irl-out on Sundays for a drive, and get the best pos- sible enjoyment «ut of life; .Only the best workmen are employed at Messrs. Fisk and Vine's establishoeiQt,'aod uo felammed work is turnedont by them. ?'.' ,? '. £...

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THE CONVICT DAYS. FELONS OF THE FIFTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

FELONS iffM ipES; Ali instance of the free and ear : style.o£ guarding convicts was deduce; in January, 1852. It was at once « serions breach of the restrictive law and an amusing contretemps. Thirt; tieket-of-4eave men at York desirini to once more disport themselves on i racecourse, proceeded - in a body : t» the local races. This was a diree defiance to prohibition, and, io maki the matter "worse, one report allege that the convicts carried bludgeons ' The fettlera were astounded; and thi magistrates pjesent suspended th« races. Moreover, ?the latter procèedec to swear in special constables, to sxresi the offenders, and jpiined. the M< doubt trilling and anxious support oi $0 or 60 . aborigines, armed wi tl native weapons. The convicts evi dentiy recognised that'ibey were to - See no Races that day and. wisely retired. This ac tion so pleased the magistrates thal they pressed the Governor to pardor the offenders. Such a serioas contra ventura of propriety was not to bt...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
3,000 OFFICERS RESIGNING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

According to the "Express," the War Office is face to face with a difS-' cult problem, for fully 1,200 officers of all grades have either tendered their resignation from the service or have signifiée: their intention of sending in their papers. This does not imply tfa^t there ISA strike of »ffieew.*- \ It is , merely due to the fact that for nearly ' thVee years-r-since the beginning of trîfe late waria Son tb. Africa-none of tbe officers of the regular army who w4re physically and mentally fit were permitted to resign their commissions. $Wo understand, however; that in, aU, there are to be 3,000 resignations of commissions by officers, owing to the heavy expenses attached to^-their^ réjnáininz ia their positions in the' apnyV,. Naturally the greatest coaster-' nation exists at the War Office, and ] the subject is certain to be brought shortly before the attention of the! H^puse of Commons.. x ^THE C AMPBELTS ABFrCOMDiG, and . tbfeir drink is "Bailie ="Hi«ft'Jarvie" and1 . Macleay, ...

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

MINORCAS. from PRT&E STRAINS, 6e. a SETTDÎG; by RaU, 6s.6d. Our Peas contain 40 Hens. Only the One ] -.v--ax,.^caedmppli.»i, .». . . DAIRY COWS, CALVES,0 LAMBS, PIGS-EVERY THURSDAY, at 2 O'Clock P.M. HORSES, VEHICLE?, HARNESS-KVERS" TUESDAY, ll O'Clock A.M. l^EALISES~-SrrRrJIXG sad PIER STS., Largest of their kind in the Commonwealth Stock Consigned by Baa should be Timed to Arrive on WEDNESDAY. I take Delivery Perth Station, and will Pay Bauage if required. W. 8. GORDON, Stock Salesman IßsTABUSHGn rs PEBTH ll YBAES.[ "CYCLOME" CATES, M4.DE pf STEEL TUBE FRAME with I MESH of Ko. 18 GAL. WIRE WOVEN j ON, THUS THOROUGHLY BRACING ' the FRAME at ALL POINTS. CANT SAG. CHEAPER THAN WOOD. ADJUSTABLE HINGES. ' SPSINGCATCH. BABBIT PROOF. . , ? ANY SIZE MADE. . . Send fer Parti calara to _ The "OYCMJONB" FBNCB CO. Sole Agent for W.À. : ÇH&BXÏiS SOMMERS, , , ABO ST. GBOBG^S TBRKA<BC. ' J. ROBii^^l PRODUCE icERÖffie^ , Á r^--. A ',:- líláSION AGENT. - .; r. ¿t ON IÚJL...

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To Prevent Sheep-dogs Biting. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

To Prevent Sjheep-dógs Biting. Mr. A. C. Nairn writes from Port Charles as follows:-I forward you a rough sketch of a device to hé used on a dog which is in tiie habit of biting sheep while driving. The device, ss used by Mr. Ward, is simply ' a piece of dog chain, abbot a foot Jong, i [ doubled {though a single piete would no j doubt be quite ss effective). Tbs end of the [dog's odiar is passed through the free links, [at the ends nf the chain, then through the bight, ihus 'looping the 'chain on thé- collar . I as in figure 2. i The 'Water, supply of Geraldton is not j satisfactory. There are 'several suitable ! ates for à reservoir which would supply the I town With water by gravitation,. Attention, was called to this some time ago in these i oolumnsjbut it appears that as residents 1 won't try to help themselves, the "powers that be" do not interest themselves in thej > matter. We are pleased to .state that Mr. F. W. I Kenworthy, chemist, of South fremantle (the Australian age...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FODDER AND FORAGE PLANTS. SUITABLE FOR W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

FODDER AND FORAGE PUNTS. (By Kind Paraiissjon of the I>eparbnéat ¿I 1 Âgricaltare). ; ÀBtragaloB (B^ Fig. ^ 'Z).~Herbaceous perennials, with pinnate , vlèavés and usually «inapicnoas béan-iike i flowers, the pods, becoming inflated when ' ripeW Th&^ about 100 American species distributed throughout the United Stetes, the greatest numoer occumng in the prairie . and Booky Mountain region. Some of the ; 'species arc, >from jtt wide distribution .and number;, of -individuals, pf .great value on the native pastures «if the WesV Per- haps the most important of these are:-A. . FIG. 3 -Buffalo Pea (ÁstrágalaBaásargeas.) hypoglótis, rattle podî A. carvocarpus, the hof&lo.. pee andi Imflalo clover of tibe plainsman ; A. canaáeaais, Canada milk vetch; and A. aaanrgens. 'The buffalo ^ pea has fleshy pods, which are pro- duced in enormous quantities in the early spring. They are eaten hy cattle and horses, and ace. nutritious.. The pods hare , also been^used as a vegetable...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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EXPERIMENTAL FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

Ia countries where these institutions ere established » better, system of farming is practiBed.'Snd slovenly cultivation ia almost unheard of. The knowledge gained by a visit to one ot these,farms ia valnable to the farmer, who will notice various «ops under different modes^of tillage,. and what isinore, an' insight into np-to-date methods that science has aided the cnlturist to adopt Attached to some of these farms are agricultural'colleges, whose sUxdents are received and taught husbandry in all its branches. Thesestudents supply thoat of the labor for the farm; lecturers instrnct the students in the science'of farming, and the farm is used for illusteating the subject. Soinb »experimental farms are self support- ing by the produce grown and the fees paid for tuition. Knowledge gained at one of these institutions is of a -'? . Practical Nature, ,-'V':., and must be ef ^material taine1 to! the hus- bandman. Bi the immediate neighborhood of one of these fa^rms a person can- notice' ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

í POIJLTRY HOTES Food rich in phosphates is good for grow- ing birds., - ' St pays-well to introduce new, Wgh-dass stock to the poultry yard every season. Nothing but a wild daca: caa ever get even with a book agent, for. when the book agent ettempte to canvass the duck, theduck^can canvas-back. Cockerels' beginto-^aorow-js^'^abb^'aix months. Miich dependa^oa tí» times; attempts are made at an eariier *jga. ? A sudden cold from ja night draught or ex- posure tb a chilly ' raia: may produce an at- tack of imlamiiiation. is toe bronchial tobes of ¿ fowL atteuded aometimes with » hoarse cough, like toat of a croupy child. ; ; I ILet every breeder and fancier send his hirds to toe ejdiibitions as they come along. In so doing: he not only benefits himself in comparing his own stock^with jheátopkcf otheríbr!Beders.ibut confers alike" benefit »if .the public, and may be thè meana af indncîng others to enter the list ot competitors aie« fesscV^^, -^Í^J^^Í^,^ ^ x Tonniesulphur av stoim^torof...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PASSING OF ARTHUR. INDIAN OCEAN, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

THE PASSING OF ARTHUR. I HT .URYBLOWHR. j INDIAN OCEAN, Thoreday Ni«;ht. Sir Arthur Lawley stood apon the steamer's heaving deck, Looking eastwards til) Fremantle Fort be- came a fading speck ; Oaring down upon Ute wake-wash till opon , the sky-line pale The prison isle of Rottnest foundered like a wounded whale. Above him to the mast-head rose a wire taut and thin, Humming like a fiddle cat-gut o'er the vessel's varied din ; A telegraphic key be seized, and with his , digits deft Sent this long Marconi message to (he land he'd lately left. . "Land bf sin, and land of sorrow, land of Gropers and of gold, Land of masculines immoral, land of ladies chic and bold, Land wherein the decent population num- bers very few; With a heart that's glad and graceful I am bidding you adieu. All" your precious testimonials, weighted down with heavy stones, At the present time are sinking to the realms of Davy Jones ; But as long as through Marconi you and I eau keep in touch, . I shall telegraph yo...

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

MHK8IL BEPY. Eave the ratepayers cf Leederville ¿hy snirit left in them that they will allow that parvenu Mayor, a blustering, blunder- ing blatherskite, to put them to extra taxa- tion because be wishes to stand by his municipal tool and crawler. Nighteoil Berry Ï It may not be generally known that before the town clerk was fined for turning his garden into a foul stench-pit for i human filth, the generous, because j 1 transgressing, town clerk wrote a eulogistic 1 letter to the Police Department, in^which Constable Richardson Was the god of his idolatry. He bad ' good reason for his worship. In return, when Henry Berry's resignation was before the council-a resignation which bsd been forced from Berry by the police court pro- ceedings and the subsequent action of the ] Board of Health- 1 The Muddling Mayor produced a letter from Policeman Richardson in praise of Nightsoil Berry. By the way, what right had a constable to write to the' Mayor, telling him that in Berrys case there we...

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

-:-» ; «To cheat thee of a sigh, OT charm thee lo a tear." -MOOEX. Daily paper ad. : "Superior yoong lady, engaged in the evenings, would give «a-vices daring day in retara for home comforts." lío tired feeling about that yoong person. ? . . « . Cricket conundrum from an evening paper :? "In the last fourteen scoring stroke* Host made six fours, thirteen of them being singles.** No wonder we lost the last test match. . * « . In reporting a recent .police court case in which a man was charged with vagrancy, thus'* daily :-"The accused was remanded for eight days to give him time to call evi- dence, the police promising to make, all ivjttries" I . * . ' . . . From the slobber column of a London paper, recently confirmed by cable :-" Visi- tors from the land of the gum havo subí scribed liberally to the Queen's Hospital Fund, Mr. Tooth, of Sydney, having given £10,000." The King's Coronation we argue with truth Is making things hnm, But ifs like a bid dentist - who works with- out ruth...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A REVOLUTION IN RAILWAY SIGNALLING Clumsy Levers and Troublesome Wires Disappear. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

A REVOLUTION ;IN;v! Clumsy levers arid Troublesome ^|r¿s ? Tr^EHTTOK* basf previously been; "?;."iLJjyb'.?'made of $ie advance in ihe saienceof railway signalling, both in ' ><3reat Britain, on the Continent, and ; in the XTnited States, ti is pretty - clear that the day of the dLnmsy lever I and troeblesomewire is almost over. The new system of elecfaro-pneamatic .signalling in vogue on some of the big English railways, as described in the . Jone issue of the "Pall Mall Maga-i 'rsäie,*"-. 'ife' ï'fealy- a "Mvojoäpp.; ,,Ifc| , abolishes BÍgnal wires and switch-rods ; and by substituting mechanical power Sfo^pwxv^-ktboe in the task of moving j ; tl& concentrated levers transforms the J : s^talman into a calm and collected ; Ir^boa^ opera^tor. In brief, it is a irjstem of wireless railway signalling. | ."ííSiace iW* '.|hréB styles-electxo-pnen raatíc, pneumatic, and electric. The "¿¡cst of these was introduced into Eag .land by the Great: Eastern tiaBway . -Compa...

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A WONDERFUL MARKSMAN. A FAMOUS CRACK SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

A ^^NDBR^UÇ MARKSMAN. AM MB: C K. SOBER, of ^wjsberg, fenu^ TJ.S.À:, is (#fys the JnJy "Strand Magazine") the most wonder- ful crack shot in the world. He. per- forms marvellous feats not attempted by ' professionals, such 1 as shooting accurately with-a keg or barrel tied to SHwm-G BACKWARDS THROUGH: KEG BETWEEK !THS ; K^rESS. fats gua, so as to prevent his "¡drawing a-bead'' on thé target-aínáng-tíírough liie sights ; iring* with the gun re- versed over his head ; sighting a bird yñtbi a hand miiror; and numerous other wonderful performances calling for marvelous skill. : ^ / - ' J'; . This champion márksáian baa chai longed, «nd-stiïl challenges, any crack shoe in ?; the world, professional or amateur, to meet bim in a contest. * Hw Bkül witii tiie gun is .almost beyond belief. He shoota with pre- cision from almost, every c5nc9ivable position, and with the gan in every variety of 'grasp-nader him, over hùxi, to right, to left, sitting or'stand :*¡¡bffi(Í¡i& Jip** ís^é/^q...

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TYRANNICAL DOCTOR. A GREENOUGH CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

Mrs. Jas. Bunter, wife of a well-known resident of Grecnough, died suddenly at her       residence about, 10 a.m. on the 7th inst. Having received no medical attenancce, the police were informed and a constable pro- ceeded to the spot, and did all that was necessary under the circumstances. The deceased was a woman of great obesity, weighing aboat 17 stone, and was       not in th habit of taking exercise.   She was forty years of age, and leaves a husband and large family. Her husband went to work on the morning   of the 7th, and there was nothing unusual in the home when he left. Soon after,Mrs Bunter began to feel unwell, and sent her daughter for Mrs. Bone, a neighbor. When, she arrived an hour later, the deceased com-     plained of severe pains in her chest, between her shoulders, and in both arms. She had several fainting fits. Mrs Bone did what &a...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
REMARKABLE TRANSFORMATIONS. THE FROG AND THE FLEA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

-.---;-:-?--m^m-:-: i " V THE FROG AND THE FLEA. T^HE ñietamorphoses undergone bj 1 creatures of small size are very remarkable, and yet very few; persons j bave any .knowledge of them. The frog and the flea are so widely known' |^i|t.psrjiarj8ji httleinfoTttiation about t&enVwfll noe be amiss? ^ Our descrip- tion and illustration are taken from an article contributed by Mr. James Scott to the "Ludgate." Dealing first of all with the frog, Mr. Scott writes : . Masses <H glassy-looking transparent pelly, in wmcaJiire Imbedded hundreds ot ¡ black dots- representing pills, may often be^aeen floating on the surface of a myside ^pond or a stagnant pool. Tn» is the Jrapawn"-really the eggs rô^e Common frogs That produced hy the toad differs from it being com- posed of tremendously long, bundled up-ropes of transparent jelly contain- ing the genna. * I Lnder favorable conditions the %lack pills resolves itself into a minute living ball, provided with a carious tail, the ...

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