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MELBOURNE RACING. VICTORIA RACING CLUB. OCTOBER MEETING. INTERLUDE WINS THE PADDOCK HANDICAP. BOBADIL AGAIN SCORES. WINNING THE OCTOBER STAKES FROM GEORGE FREDERICK AND CATSPAW WITH EASE. DEVOTED WINS A RACE. Flemington, Saturday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

MELBOURNE RACIIG. VICTORIA RACING ?LUB. OCTOBER MEETING. INTERLUDE WINS THE PADDOCK HANDICAP. BOBADIL AGAIN SCORES. WINNING THE OCTOBER STAKES FROM GEORGE FREDERICK AND CATSPAW WITH EASE. DEVOTED WINS A RACE. Flemington, Saturday Afternoon. The Victorian Racing Club held its October meeting at Flemington this afberoon ; the weather, attendance, and racing being eminently satisfactory. Many of the candidates engaged at the forth com ing spring carnivals took part in the flat events : Interlude accounting for the Paddock Handicap, Bobadil re- peating his Narra Warren Stakes victory of last Saturday in the October Stakes, running away with, that event, winning as he liked from George Frederick and. Catspaw in the good time of 2min. 9i secs, for the mile and a quarter, and starting favorite at 6 to 4 on. Devoted accounted for the Stand Handicap from Bunyan and Mischief. Results: - HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. A sweepstake of 2SOT. each from starters with £100 added ; second horse to re- ceive ...

Publication Title: West Australian Sunday Times
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FROM DAY TO DAY. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

FROM MY TO DAY. (By VOX.) A Chinaman, living near Shanghai j has been interviewed, and, among other things, says, concerning the "barbar- ian" Europeans : "They certainly do not know how to amuse themselves. ! You never see them enjoying themselves j by sitting quietly on their ancestors'I graves. They Jump around and kick balls as if they were paid to do it. Again you will find them making long tramps into the country ; but that is probably a religions duty, for when they tramp they wave sticks into the air,; nobody knows why. They have no sense of dignity, for they may be found walking with women. They even sit down at the same table with women, and the latter are served first.'' fri * * * * These strictures are deserved. The average European would find more amusement in sitting on his immediate ancestor's chest, than inconiemplating his grave. Perhaps, however, if the music-hall songs are correct, a deal of satisfaction would be derived "by the European barbarian from viewing the...

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MESSRS. STEWART DAWSON AND CO. A FEW OF THEIR SPECIALTIES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

MESSRS.. STEWART DAW- SON AIM) CO, -o- ! A FEW OF THEIR SPECIALTIES. | _ ! I 1 -Someone has said, ' In the world of enter- prise its conquerers must seek fresh fields sad ! openings.7' Hence it is that Messrs. Stewart Dawson and Co. have established a branch of their business in Perth. It might posibiy be said that the optimistic speeches of the Pre- mier had influenced 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 gainer. Daring 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 hne of business, not only fur those who desire to be .up to date in tile Tidiest adornments of le bean monde, bot also for those who are content to wear* ornaments of less value. Their premise...

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THEATRICAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

THEATRICAL NOTES (By "The Johnnie.") The only "house" before which some people should aeE, as I have remarked before, is one composed of the mentally afflicted (even.actors come within this category occasionally) the blind, deaf, and dumb. As the blind cannot see the [business, the deaf cannot hear the "lines," and the dumb, if they do hear and see, can only express their feelings to a limited circle. A case in point comes within my recollection when if I had been favored by Providence with each of these afflictions at the same time they would have appeared as blessings at least I thought so afterwards. * * * * The piece which held the boards was a well written Californian drama, and a bad attack of stage fright was respons- ible for the terrible exhibition of one cha- racter, at any rate. This man had on has initial entrance to show every trace of emotion (he did) to reproach his ina- morata for her interest in another cha- racter, and to end up with an impassion- ed appeal for her...

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THE PREMIER'S PROMISES. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

THE PREMIER'S PROMISES. To the Editor. Sir,-The Premier of this colony has seldom, if ever, occupied a more un- enviable position than he did when re- plying to Mr. Moran's speech last W nesday night, upon the subject pf pri- vate railway enterprise and the ques- tion of affording railway facilities to the Norseman goldfields. After all the promises he made, following his visit to the district, and the brilliant pro- gramme sketched out in the Governor's speech, he is simply compelled to ack- nowledge that he can do nothing for the people to whom he promised so much. He is thus convicted either of very great incompetence, or what is perhaps even worse, the grossest insincerity, or possibly even of both. If, when pre- paring the* Governor's speech, he was not aware that a fortnight after that date the finances of the country would reveal a lamentable deficit, he, being Colonial Treasurer, is surely guilty of great incompetence, and if he was aware of it, then his insincerity in makin...

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THE TURF. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

TEE TURF. i RACING FIXTURES, October 1-Helena Vale B.C. October I-Victoria Racing Club. October 1-S.A. Tattersall's Club. October 4-Epsom (Vic,) R.C. October 6-Northam RC. October 8-Gaming Park B.C. October 8, 12, 15-V-A.T.C. Spring meeting October 535, 27, and 28-Gascoyne B.C. October ¡26, 27, and 28-Murchison Goldfields B.C. TURF NOTES. (By "The Young Un.") The jfiuling Passion. Visitor to Perth (to bookmaker friend) : - "I see they're going to have a hnnt at Guild- ford on Saturday, are you going f BJ". : "WAI there be anv betting on it F In Victoria.-The Parson and the Bookie fighting the Tote. In Wi. The Parson (for the tote, as it is legalis- ed on the turf), fighting the Bookie. * * * * Reveníais of "form" promise to be a feature of big turf club meetings next month and in November, so that the rstipendiary steward cannot be appoint- ed a dav too soon. * * *" *\ Mr. C. Watson, of 263 St. George's Terrace, quotes the following prices : - Caulfteld'Cup-8. to 1 Massanissa, 13 to...

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BILE BEANS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

BILE BEANS. Mr. Sid Riley, representing the famous ! Bile Beaus Manufacturing Company, is just now in Perth the interests of the \ firm. At present fae is actively superin- tending the distribution of a number of books containing detailed accounts of the marvellous effects which Bile Beans have had upon many, who, prior to tak- ing these marvellous beans had been deemed incurable. Mr. Riley has with him also a rather novel kind of adver- tisement in the shape of a "March,'' writ rion by Mr. F. H. Fulford, brother of the head of the company in Sydney, en- tailed the "Bile Bean March." The quantity of boxes of these beans ordered by Messrs. Elliott Bros., of Sydney, Messrs. Hoffnung and Co., and Messrs. Rocke, Tompsitt and Co., are enormous, the orders .ranging from 20,000 to 80,000 boxes, a fact which speaks volumes in favour of the medicine. Mr. W. H. Hare, an old and respected identity in both Sydney and Adaide, but- who has been residing in Perth for the past two or three years, h...

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THE TRAGEDY OF THE DON JUAN. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

THE TRAGEDY OF THE DON JÜM. Á contributor to a recent "Macmil- lan" teils the life story of a sailor, whom he calls "a modern Sinbad," who had the carious misfortune to be an actor in two great tragedies of the sea -the loss of the Northfieet and of the Don Juan. The account given of the Don Juan tragedy is interesting read- ing. it has fallen to the lot of a very few men, says the writer, to take part with- in the space of 12 months in two such tragedies as those of the Don Juan and the Xorthfleet. The latter is well-nigh forgotten now, bot- those whose recol- lection oí events goes back nearly 20 years will remember the thrill of horror that went up from one end of the land to the other at the news that un emi- grant ship for Xew Zealand had been run down off Dungeness by a foreign steamer which bad then made off, heedless of the terrible cries of the 400 people on board her. The loss of the Don Juan involved an -even greater Waste of Human Life, but it touched Englishmen less, fo...

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THE ADVENTURES OF LOUIS DE ROUGEMONT. BEING A NARRATIVE OF THE MOST AMAZING EXPERIENCES A MAN EYER LIVED TO TELL. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

THE ADVENTURES OF LOUIS DE ROUGEMONT BEING A NARRATIVE OF THE MOST AMAZING EXPERIENCES A MAN j EYER LIVED TO TELL. I Hereunder we publish a first instaJ ment of the alleged adventures of M de Rougemont, aa told to the "Wid "World Magazine," and first published ly the editor of that excellent production Whether the> statements given are fact or fiction we do not pretend to decide but that they constitute a fascinating and sensational romance, no one can de nr. According to De Eougeruont him self, and the editor of the '"Wide Worl< Magazine," they are os true ae gospel lu any case their republication here wil assist perhaps ia definitely ascertainin; their veracity or otherwise, as many per sons well acquaL:t.ed with the North West are amongïi. the readers of th< "Sunday Times." In introducing' M de Rougemont to his readers, the edito] of the "Wide World Magazine" Bays: - We now commence what may truh Le described as the most amazing storj a man ever lived to ...

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A CURE FOR THE DRINK HABIT. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

A CURE FOR THE DRIKK JÍAB1T A very sensible letter on the above subject has recently appeared in an east- ern exchange, and drunkards, profes- sional or amateur, will do well to parte it in their hats for future reference (To the Editor.) Sir,-The discussion in your columns on intemperance is amusing to men who are pastmasters at the game. I have been a periodical drunkard for 20 years ; humiliating confession, some of your cor- respondents will say ; yet I don t no con- sider it. Fact is, I have grown used to it, and regard the attacks as other men might view a tendency to gout or gravel. 1 tried the faith core in my callow days, but it didn't "work in my case, I don't believe in medicines, such as the Keeley and gold cures. I depend entirely on my own diagnosis of my case for prevention and cure, and my course of treatment Ilks not been an absolute failure. I pro- bably inherited some tendency to these lapses, and in my younger days, when I didn't know any better, I assiduously cu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

T OPTICIAN S,j FROST and SH3PHAM, 117 HAT-STREET (next Snwetoaffs), Perth.: : Telephone 1063. : Y OFTICÎÏ56Î FBOST and SHIPHAM, | 17 BAY-STREET (next SoMritfKi, VaSbi Telephone 1063. : INSURANCE. SUN INSURANCE OFFICE OF LONDON. ESTABLISHED A.D. 1710. Capital £2,400,000. Invested Fonds £2,086,104. WEST AUSTRALIAN BRANCH. DIRECTORS : W. T. LOTON, Esg. JAMES MORRISON. ESQ. J. C. G. FOULKES. Esg. BANKERS : BANS OF NEW SOOTH WALES. AUDITORS : MESSRS. H. H. HOLMAN & Co. MANAGER AND UNDERWRITER : JOHN S. PEARSON. Fire Insurance Policies granted on every description of Prot «at" at Lowest Carrent Rites. . For fall particulars and Proposal Forms apply to the Manager, Perth, or to any of the Company's agents. Agencits in utarly every township throughout the ColaKy. HEAD OFFICE-282 St George's Terrace, Telephone No.*3i Perth. THE ?ahnmd gfanral sur aux j&uxeig, ESTABLISHED 1873. The OFFICES of the Society have no« Dees REMOVED to the NEW PREMISES. ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, Next Sto...

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THE NEW MINES BILL GOLDFIELDS DISAPPROVAL. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

THE mW MINES BILL GOLDFIELDS DISAPPROVAL. We have before alluded to the '"Gold- fields Morning Chronicle" as the most consistently Conservative journal on the goldfields ; and its continual and faith- ful support of the Ministry is well known. Its latest observations on Mr. Leake's alliance with the Government for the purpose of destroying the so called dual title nil! be of interest, and will also make clear some of the reasons why the Opposition, as a body, is viewed with disfavor on the fields. The journal under notice says: "The Mining Bill is to be dropped. If the matter rested there it might be all right, for we contend that the evident design to destroy alluvial mining would be a national blunder. But further meddlesome action is threatened. It will be remembered that Mr. Leake sug- gested that all that was required was to eliminate the clause in. the present Act which entitles the alluvial miner to work within 50 feet of a reef on a lease. That is the essence of the so-calle...

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PITH OF PARLIAMENT. "Vengeance is mine saith the Premier, I will repay,"—Scripture Bowdlerised. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

(By Boogarra.) "Tengeznco is mine saith -Sie- Premier, I will i^y,'^-Scriptare Bowdleriaed. Parliament opened on Tuesday witt a salvo- of artillery from the Govern- ment benches. The Premier drew the attention of the House to the pubfica tion in the Kalgoorlie "Miner" of as alleged mill in the back yard between Piesse and George which never took place, and moved that the Attorney General prosecute before the Supreme Court the proprietors and publisher foi a scandalous libel. Leake added that steps be taken to discover the origina- tor of the allegations with a view to hs prosecution or exclusion from the pre- cincts of the House. This passed OE the voices. Comment is oui of place, and skating on thin ice is a dangerous pastime, but these archives would bi incomplete without a bare statement ol fact. Let us change the conversation. ***** There was once a large and stately elephant in a menagerie of assorted beasts in a fair ground, and having thc biggest trunk, and the greatest ears,...

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THE [?]TOTHERSIDER'S WAIL. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

THE "TXnUEBSIDKll'S WAIL. O, great Sir John, we beg and pray yon will y ocr influence sse To start annthw boom in tins your hone, So that we may be enabled oar passages to earn, For we want to get to "tofchersde" the foam. We have__seen yon in your glory, and wa reaüV must prfmrt. , That as far as we can get to understand, Your power is still unlimited; the members of the House Are practically puppets m your hand. And now you've got your country » little bit advanced, You eui do quite well, Fm-eura, without us Bo we pray yon pull the strings, and your puppets all wül shout The West for West Australians to you? eau. If yoe 11 only hear our pleading» X -sm sime well ne'er come back, For wc find that thangi we-came-with good intent, We have got through all our money,. Jmd we cannot get away-; We- have «pent it all-tti bnfctier*e meat-and - rent. When we-started frain-oardgemkawe thought we could play With you a pretty decent cort «f game. And we thought we held the "joker" ir. the mone...

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MR. CONOLLY'S DEFECTION. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

lfR. CONOLLY'S DEFECTION. After the treatment which, has been meted out to him in return for his faith- ful support of the Government no one can feel astonished that that- gentleman lias at last' seen fit to join Iiis rrienÖB on the Opposition side of the House. ~ IT Mr. Conolly were a supporter of the Government in principie, and had merely been refused the railway he covets, hs would not be justified in retiring from the Government Benches ; but aa a mat- ter of fact, he is pledged to reforms, to which the Ministry are irrevocably opposed, and on the railway question he has simply been betrayed. The "Bul- letin"-a paper which has at least the merit of being an impartial aróhority, puts the position thus:-"The Espe- rance people make out a strong Incbwt ment against Premier Forrest in a pamphlet chocolated in the intereste of the Esperance-Norseman line. In *96 Forest said the Government was willing to build the Une whenever it was shown that the field justified it, that the Gov em...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

Please Seaa Oar Advertisement* DMIT. Something May Interest Yon. MOOSE AND GOBBETT, CASH DRAPERS, CASH TAILOR3 The SMARTEST SHOW in TO WK. MAXIMUM of QUALITY and STYLE at MXNTMÜM of PRICE. The following are bnt a few of the man; novelties we are showing: COSTUME. The latest style in navy faced Cloth Costumes, sac back, jacket lined black sada, with large gold buttons, also the newest cut Sort, lined linenette, £3 12s. Od. A pretty grey Homespun Tweed Cos- tume, Chesterfield jacket, lined fancy silk, skirt lined linenette, £3 19s. 6d. A very smart gown in cream Indian Silk. trimmed Valenciennes lace, suitable for bridesmaid's dress, £5 15s. DRESSING GOWNS. We have a very large range of IfnsKu and Cambric Gowns, iuclnding some very pretty floral designs in Fnacb muslin, trimmed lace, embroidery, fad ribbons, full bishop sleeves, stet ex- tra wide, 12s. éd., 15s. 6d, 17a 6i. 18s. od., 21s., 25s. WASHING DBKSS DEPARTMENT. French Muslins, in pretty new patterns, ls., ls. 3d., ls 6d. per ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. COCKNEYS, COOKERY, AND[?] CRITICS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

COERESPONDENCE. COCKNEYS, COOKERY, AND. CRITICS. To the Editor. Sir,-I thing I must have touched a tender'part of the writer of a paragraph in a certain Sunday paper when writing about Cockneys. The writer says some people are fond of quoting "Vosper." I must let the writer know that I don't know the said "Vosper" from any man in Perth, and had no idea of quoting him or anyone else, as I only wrote from experience. Again he says, many do not know how closely Cockneys and col- onials are connected in the West. I would have him know that I am in no way connected with Cockneys in the past or at the present, and I don't think I shall be in the future if I can help it. He finishes up with a lot of rubbish about being partial to linotype pie ' when it is rehashed in Sunday papers, ! but seeing that I do not know a lino type rjoaehine from & Cockney dinner, I fail to see what it as to do with the j subject of cookery. -I remain, etc, j I A CROW-EATER. ) I Subiaco, September 29. j

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The Sunday Times. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1898. THE GOLDFIELDS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

O|e Sróag fives. .8681 1 aaaoioo 'JLTOKOS THE GOLDFIELDS BILL. On Friday evening a very long wrangle took place in the Assembly on the provisions of the new Goldfields Act Amendment Bill, with the re- sult that only nine danses were "got through. The sole representative of the alluvial diggers, Hr. Vosper, fought the bill section by section and sub-clause by sub-clause, until at last the Govern- ment party put on the gag, and passed that portion of clause 10 which pro- vides that the bill shall take effect from the 23rd of last month. It is not enough to destroy the dual title in the past, but those who have acquired rights under it during last month are to be dispossessed, by main force, if necessary. Most of the members of the Opposition have declared themselves opposed to the continuance of the dual title, and't is therefore the more to their credit *lat they voted and spoke against this monstrous invasion of vested rights and interests. By persistent qnesti, jing the alleged rea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

POT & GIBSON'S SPRUNG FABE, IS NOW OPEN. Our STOCKS of NEW and BEAUTIFUL COODS for SPRING and SUMMER WEAR will be found larger and more vaned than ever, and far surpassing pre viona displays ever seen on thia side of the Continent. BEAUTIFUL SILKS and DRESSES at FOY and GIBSON'S SPRING SHOW. Light Fancy Dress Materials, lOJd and ls per yard; Step-Check Tweed, in all colors, la 6d yard ; French . Serges,, ls and ls 6d yard; All-wool Cashmerette, ls 6d yard; French Poplins, in all the latest shades, 2a 3d yard; new Silk Stripes, ls lld yard; Check Worsteds and Tweeds, 2s lld yard; Fawns and Greys in Botany Coatings, 2s lld yard; Silk Mixture Materials, ls 111, 2s 9d, and 2s lld yard; Muscovite Cashmere, 2s od vard; Choice Goods in dress lengths, ITs 6d, 22s 6d, 25s, and 27s 6d each; Plain Zephyrs, 6id, 7¿d. 8¿d; French Muslins, 6s 'lld dozen ; Fancy Cord Muslins, 7¿d yard ; Printed Piqués, 7¿d yard ; Blousing Cambrics, 5d and 6d yard ; Dank-Ground Cambrics, od vard; Plain Silk...

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FREEMASONRY. AN EXPOSURE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

FßEEMASOJSfEY. . AU" EXPOSURE. (By '^Bungarra,'') ' A recent writer in "Blackwcod's" ma . gaxine described very clearly the tenden ."? ci ea of modern journalism as being eratic, neurotic, and tommyrodc. Un- der the latter category must be placed the exaggerated attention given to the recording of statistics in connection with secret societies, at whose meetings the press is not admitted and whose pro- ceedings wont, or at any rate don't bear the fierce light of day and recorded publi- city. A morning daily, which on points of class prejudice is also often weakly, 'devoted a whole column recently to a discursive eulogy on tie blessings of . Fremasonry, and the installation of a new electric light system in the person of Sir Gerard Smith, of thaï Ok, as . Grand Aristide and Lord High Every- thing Else of the Grand Lodge in Wes / trali a. " For these and all our other ?' mercies, may the Lord be te-uly thank- ful, Amen." * * ? * * As a man who has occasionally given the thumb and firs...

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