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Our Sunday Serial THE MALLISON MYSTERY. BOOK THE SECOND AN ENGLISH DRAMA. [COPYRIGHT.] CHAPTER XIV. MY LADY'S LITTLE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

Si «1 . . THE . . BY % W. HAJíp^ Jí ^ j* » BOOK THEr^EppiHP,.., f ". * ICOPTBISH^,] ...... CHAPTER XIV. MT ILADYÜS LTTTLE GAME. MATTERS vbeiag' thus -adjwfcen' '^nothing remained bot to'de: paten ; a messenger to London forth necessary play-books ; and ibis eharg Ijórd Beltran twisted to bia privat secretary, bidding him catch the ver earliest train in the morning, inforde that he knight get back with his book iff time for to-morrow night's re ' StmnL' . ? ? ^*ï&nd kindly pnrcbase me one -o twb extra copies, Mr. Lefroy, in eas anyone should lose one, or I mysel sh^uM'be stupid enough to mislay th prompt book," said Lady Una, wit! apparent arilessmess -4. .although sh baa, as the- future will reveal, a vcr desperateJnse; for' these one or tw" exjrà copies, and much depended, gpoi hejf possessing them." .... T Mr.-i»froy ^promised to rememW hàc injunction^ and wroteifeibwn ii hii ppcfcet-boolç .Wor^^wiog. himsel «m.of th¿ tooth. ' & « l -: :f T**" ? ' ? jNaturally, the...

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CHAPTER XV. THE DEVIL TEMPTED ME AND I DID [?]EAT." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

CHAPTER XV. I TIÎE ¡DEVÍL TÉSÎPTED ME AKD I DID I g £EAT." ' I fíien bereit» the fox JG» his hotóauiid the rocks" .Hummed, softly my Lady Una Char lock as site came tripping "down th {nain staircase -of«the Towra-with-i thin yeHow-papér-corèreâ "book' beat lng the title "School" in "her hand, an» fluttered out upon the terrace, wher two or three of the gentlemen wer indulging in anteprandial cigarette and admiring the beauties of the ..sm; ¿et. The time was close a upoosi: o'clock, two days after the incident . ¡Set down in the foregoing chapter, am . tay hvdy, who had gone upstairs wit! the others, was popularly supposed t be as deep as the rest of the feminin element. of the house party in th , mysteries of dressing for dinner. He appearance, therefore, occasioned som* . little, snrpeise, and the gentlemen witl ; one accord threw away their cigarettes . . "No, don't lpt me disturb you-^' ; am not going to^stay," said my Indi ' aweetly, as. Sir . Hugh got" up. ant offered her "his ...

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

~ :--- ^Hotels, &c GOVERNOR BROOME HOTEL, WILUÂM STREET. Vieitors to-the City will Find this a First- ' class Residential Hotel. - Causais MODBBATB. fi. A. CARMICHAEL, Proprietor, RAILWAY HOTEL, ." (Close to Station and River). SPLENDID BOATING; and FISHING. PASTIES ARBAXCED FOB. Choicest WINES, BEERS, SPIRITS, and CiGAES Kept a» Stock. Billiards and Commercial Room. The NORWOOD HOTEL THE VERY BEST BRANDS OF WINES, fSPIBJTS, ALES, and CIGAE8. BOARDE&S SPECIALLY GATERBD * t * JOE. . SOIB Proprietor, D. MULCAHY. HIGHTON HOTEL, MANDURAH, ? now ander Management ¡Ass. Bell,, late Fremantle and Geraldton. Extensive Alterations; Adnñtted the CMef Resort for good .-Fishings - Shooting, etc .Boats - and Bait always tm band. Trains-^erth to Pinjarrah, 9.5 «.m., 4j!Q, C&5 p. nu.- 1.25 p.m. Saturdays only. Traps meet same. Wire proprietor one day before. Terms £2 2s. weekly, or 7s. day -Good .Table. " W. SífiWART, Proprietor. CHEBO. JOHN, Proprietor, Formerly &lt...

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THE WAR! [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

; tjrwtóí - -J*»í"t-_ .*'Tv*hat.îs more aimoying t&aujto «et ont on an ' expédition ~ to annihilate a . foe and to liave to return-without even seeh^ The member* ofjjor^aatvioantíngentej^ezfenoed thîe bitter di^ of them have brought back « foe of a different natnr& Briváte Dyson, who bas jnst retxirned Jram 'South Africa, contracted a ! severe nhill daring the voyage, Heobtdined a bottle of 'Conbin'e iSyrnp of Eucalyptus and Wild -Cherry from Mr. S. Hymns' Pharmacy, Hay-street, and informs ns .that' i it is an excellent cough wmedy, andrecom-1 mends it to .others. ? Jjold -eveiy whete. One shilling per bottle. ?< , Messrs. James and Turner, the well-known j coach' iramnérs, - of James-street, near j StlrUng4t3eet)<are. now tekmg orders iori «ummer covers «nd hoods .for sails lands xtf j vehicles, and «e.: 3he finn is always basy^ j orders fchoold be left with them at onoe. to 1 prevent -disappointment. 'Importations of the newest materials Jar t...

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

.......- -. ...v'-^S^ Condi! afld Launder, FASHiOKABLE WlJiôR^ HATORS M HEÉÇIBSj .t4-12^ Hay-Streiéti Perth. . . Igtest Selections of New Season's Goods Jnst Opened. . ^ r ALL KINDS OF HATS MADE TO ORDEB. DRESS rjUTTS A SPECIALTY. CRYSTAL CAFERESTAURANT $67 HAY-STB3SBT, PBB-TH (Opposite tue Bon Marché); T. DZVV, Proprietor {tate of Albany}. Select Ladies'Dining and Jost Addedf also Smoking and Room for Gentlemen. ALL MEALS, ls. FinMass Beds and weU-ventilated Booms from ls. *L to 8s. per night. ' . '¿j . The Crystal Café has no riyal in the City for Cleanliness and Civility. Inspectaon Invited. , . DO » AL D J. CHIPPER, - UNDERTAKER, Sc. The Oldest Cndertekinff Finn in the City. Cto SUPPLY the Best FUNERAL EQUIP MENT Buitabla -to ah'y.iand-ervejry -ohsa. Every cañe and atténuons, Ko' -,onê -nef» J» fd satisfy tho demand ofMm hwabTe«t.í^-¿ / 7aató i «IS^HAÏ^KE«& PERöS. TEL. No. 137. j MONEY MONS Y fïlHE MERGANTILÄ DK JL COUNT and . FIN ANCE COMPANY Make Advances anon EASY and...

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CYNICAL SYNOPSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

CYNICAL SYNOPSIS. "All the venal crowd." There is Moss on the Cabinet already. Coronation corroborrees very tame in Perth.   The King crowned. How many of his subjects haven't even half-a-crown. As the King cannot occupy all his bouses, he has given Osborne to the English. The Chows and the Japs were especially enthusiastic over the King's Coronation. There are some points of parallel between the times of Edward VI. and Edward VII. Moran says he is delighted to have an inquiry about the camels.   Labor troubles in Melbourne threaten to   be severe.     The gipsy prophecy that Edward would never be crowned has been effectually rele- gated to the rubbish heap for bosh. The burghers at Johannesburg, in response to Lord Milner, gave three cheers for the King on Coronation day. It costs the Government of New South Wales the sum of £25,000 annuallyy for the free carriage of newspapers. It is rumored that Deakin is longing fo...

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INSULTING THE SICK HOSPICE OF HEARTLESSNESS SOPORIFIC SNOBS AND SADDUCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

INSULTING THE SICK HOSPICE OF HEiSUHISS SOPORIFIC S8WSSASI) SiDBDCES. ~ ft would require a charge of dynamite to rouse the Star Chamber dique at thé hos- pital' from their self-complacent lethargy. They are afflicted With "that ¿red feeling" almost to paralysis. It is not wonderful, therefore, that they are absolutely imper- vious to public criticism and that they are equaUy oblivious to thebr obUgaUóns. Dr?. ?ratmaa, EMsafl, Trethowan, Horrocks, Harvey, O'Connor, Randall, Kenny, Saw, 21'Williams (now absent), Coventry, and Burkett might just as well own the hospital, for they use it in absolute defiance of anthorr^,ofthesic\andthepublicgenerally. We have more than once pointed ont tue shameful mismanagement of tie institution, and the high-handed manner in which it is ran to serve the interests of favored cliques. Bat being invulnerable to all exposures, however shocking and humiliating, the es- tablishment is still as wretchedly menacing tothésick^oorasèver it was. It is only , th...

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CHAPTER XVI. "MARRY? BUT HERE'S A VIXEN." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

CHAPTER X7L j "MAKEY? BUT HEBE'S A VIXEN." That night when the comedy was rehearsed in the ballroom of the Towers it was evident that all my lady's visit to the summer-house had resulted favorably ; for all the knotty points in tile "business7' had been smoothed out, and, at for the animated tableau at the close of the first act, that was arranged and conducted so smoothly and gracefully that even the amateur actors themselves cex»rded her lady- ship a burst of applause. From that time to the last night of the rehearsal, things kept growing better and better ; for whenever any trifling t hitch occurred, someone was sure to suggest, in a laughing way,- a trip to the summerhouses my lady was equally sure to act upon the sug- gestion, and always, when she re- turned, the difficulty ceased to exist. So the days came and went, and the night set for the performance rolled steadily round. ' Everything had been, left in lady Una's hands, oven to selecting and Ordering the costumes which, up...

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MOVE ON CLAUSE. A FRENCHMAN'S COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

MOYE-ON. CLAUSE, 1 FRENCHMAN'S COMPLAINT. "J.B.D." writes :-Monsieur,-I a sojourner ia your sunny golden land have insulted highly been by one of your gendarmes. He stop me on La, Boulevard St. George's Terrace and asked, "Whatte your name bef (Sacristi ! what big feet he had !) What for I be stopped and asked my name by a stranger, even what you English call "a'guardian of the law ?" A citizen am I of La Belle France, the home and protector of the liberties of Europe, and our glorious President shall know. I seek your Maire to complain. He absent at a ladies' foot- ball match. Sacristi ! (You English say .^crikey-") This is a country strange, Le Maire taking the .«hair at A Ladies' Football match. I came away, and my nerves j to soothe went into a saloon (yon Eng- lish say "pub"). Attendant gives me whisky. Bah! Fire! Bah! I now fly to you as I would to my dear "Figaro, " to try and heal my feelings wounded, by laying my complaint before yon, having done which I have the felicitie ...

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MISSING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 August 1902

MISSING FRIENDS. Below wa give a fist of the missing in Aus- tralia, compiled from the latest ,English, Irish and Scottish journals. Any person who caa ^avei information concerning those wanted is. kindly requested to seodparticu *ars to-tia Editor of ^^.Sssma^Éaaàt Perth. The JujJteÜigence will then he for ' warded to the paper in whlch'the enquiry 'firstappeared. Particulars should be'setit ' aBfcrtefijasjpo oas naide only of the paper. A'^tamped ad- dressed envelope? -most in all cases be sent ?for reply J -J' BBAXLXT (William), who bftNottingh&m .in 1857 and 1858, enlisted for a soldier,.«nd went from<Kottis«ham to the Cape of Good Hope. Supposed now fc>rbe. in. Sydney. ' Bunr (Bessie), who left Maypole, County Westmeath, -Ireland, far-Melbourne about' 40 years ago. BaAnsDKF {Thomas William), who left HolHnwood about 12 years ago. BsshíBTT {John Francia), who left Birken- head about 20 years ago, for St. George's Plaina, Bathurst, New South Wales. BATBS (Ar...

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CHUMMED WITH STEVENSON. SOUTH SEA TRADER TELLS OF THE AUTHOR'S WHIMS. ADMIRED STRENGTH AND ALSO TATTOOING. A FINE HEAD FOR SCOTCH WHISKY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

CHUMMED WITH STEVENSON. Of THE AUTHOR'S WHIMS. MMIBEo'sTaaiCTH AMD ALSO "I învve read what Henley bas to **y of Robert Louis Stevenson, and «bat tie says is uncommonly puzzling to. me,? said Alarie Magnussen, s _ Californian, who has-been engaged in i the South Pacific Island tradefbr 30 j years. "I knew Stevenson well in' San FmùÊS&JBnà'ài. Honolulu, and' fae alway« strnakime AS being the least assertive of «jen, considering bis ' ^Htyjfci&lns fama, * A *®i«iaç|B, 1&orougMy maiuy, wna£ 50a caüa mascniñie, man. Like many men poorly fitted oat pbysicaîlyt Jto° possessed a great admiration forjóos^* «alar strength io other' men.~ He found ont early in oar acquaintance that.-much hara work "in my yopjig -days had furnished ]*OB :wííh, a «frong pair otarnw, W beiçec^^ ^ca<sedr^|b'Jc^Ntanuit8^i Fran-. * -&Sre*o fee! ^biceps. «..-.. - ' * Stevenson was as siíapleas a lad in« eoow respects.Be dropped .into . my office one, noon hour when I was wis...

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DRAUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

...'/' DRAUGHTS. Tile match for the championship of the world and £50 aside, between R. Jordan and Bu Freedman, was commenced on July 12 last The latest sews to hand shows that 15 games' ot the 38 have been played. O: those finished Jordon has won three, Freedman ode, and 12 have been drawn. The Kew Zealand championship has been fought and .won, Gardiner beating Brodie af ter a very close contest. In the front rank of cosy little hotels should be mentioned the Victoria, situated at the córner of Melbourne-road and James Street. - Messrs. Wells and M'Master, so weil and.favorably known at the Grosvenor, have lately taken over this house, and white Mr. Wella looks after his patrons at the latter Mr. Alec M'Master attends at the former, and promises a cordial welcome to old friends and new, and guarantees a glass of excellent beer or a tot of the best spirits. AöKmnnodation will also be found there for a. limited number of boarders, .while a first class billiard-table is oh the premise...

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CRICKET. The Australian Eleven. ENGLISH FIXTURES AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

' CRICKET. The Australian Steven. - ENGLISH ~FLKTUB.ES ' ?'.'./-'...'?"' AUGUST- , ?'?<$? . '. j 25. Middlesex, at Lord's. t¿ | 28. I^cashire, at Liverpool ^ : " 1 . The Commonwealth representatives were to have commenced aBother"~contest'with'. Gloucestershire ats Cheltenham at noon on Monday. As has so, f rt quently -happened during the present tour when the Austra- lians looked out of the windows of their hotel early in the morning, they found steady iain falling. In due course £he>-they pro- ceeded to "the ground, but rain still' fell and it was too "wet to commence play. The cricketers and spectators sat in the pavilion with gloomy faces till 1 o'clock, when it was decided to makea commencement. -- " > '.What has coma over the seasons on both j sidesof globe this year? Here whet» ^ ' rain is wanied so badly in many diAriots, théçloads refuse to disgorge, while in: the Homeland, where the weather in sommer is usually fine, rain has fallen nearly «very other day ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

SmMm fÊL m jfl^ I BUY FOR CASH AT HIGHEST PRICES |# I MíC* KANGAROO, WALLABY, OPOSSUM, Etc. WSL M W^Ê AjLSO WOOL> HIDES, TALLQSV, SHEEPSKINS, GUM, Eic , . i$J N W barley Hormon, «"SÄj^ ^ ^°%Â^^Ï 1N WA for THÖRNLEY & Ca's "KONDQ," Concentrated Food for Horses and Cattle. Uadcmbtedty good staff; Write to Charles Hermann few Partirá »nd Testinwoials Sporting. ..' H. HENDERSON, IRONMONGERS , : and SPORTS ÖEPOT, BARRACK STREET. , f ii D.B., B.Û Gàn, Î2 G., Hollis ... 7 10 O DJB., B.L. Gun, 12 G., J. O. Mayne 5 10 0 D.B., B.L. Gun, 12 G., Theist Arms 6 10 0 D.B;, Ri. Gun, 12 G., Pieper ...4 10 0 D.B., B.L, Gan, 12G., Pieper ... 3 0 0 . 8.B.» Hit Oma, 12 G., Hollis . ... 6 0 0 S.BÍB.L. Gun, 12 G., J.O; Mayne i 0 0 S.B., B.L.Gan. 12 G., Tholet Arms 2 10 0 S.B., B.L. Gun, 12G., Pieper ... 3 10 O B.B., B.L. Gun, Martini action ... 2 10 0 D.B., M.LGnn, Hollis ... ... 4 10 0 D.B^ M.L Gun, Tholet Arms ... 2 0 0 ; S.B., M.L. Gun, Hourn ... ...15 0 S.B., M.L. Gun, Tholet Arms . ... 0 17...

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CABLEGRAMS. CRICKET. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. MATCH AGAINST KENT. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

CRICKET. ÍÜSTR4HAN KLEVES IN ENGLAND. nm twa mt. LONDON, SATOSOAT. Th» match between Äe Australians end Kent was commenced on Thursday and con thraed rvrer yesterday.. The Australian skipper'again won the toas and sent his team to tBa%ieéeta> Kent disposed ,of the visi- tors for ¿54, and then went in to bat, bat .only succeeded tn «naring exactly half ¡ (77) the Amtä*lia^tataL Tromble nat np a good arerage with the leather, taking eight ? .wickan tor 90-tsaif aa aroBue'Mrt fsr wicket nf «»fy3.7. The Australians in their : Beconöfnnings made ^209, or 883 for the two inaimnh .leaving. theJ Kent" players 287 to , m*ej$> win. ÍBiey made a goodstart^ {oar wioketa bjemg^own for 185 when ^l/uwpn j were^drawn ott JBriday. The^olm wing are the Booree s AUSTRALIA. - iRrst Znnings. ' Tramper; Ue.w., b Mason ... ... 15 Paff^ran oat... - ....... 36 B53UV Hearne v... _ 8 &srling¿wBuTa«p¿ h Hearne ... ,< Noble, nm oat .*..... 4S Gregory, i&w..b-Blyä» ... ... 0 , Ar...

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SIR W. LAURIER IN PARIS. ANGLO-FRENCH ALLANCE SUGGESTED. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

ALLIÄflGE SDÍ » ÍX)NDON. SATÜKDAT. Sir Wilfred .laurier, the Canadian fire niter, speatóiig'in Paris, adrocited an 'Anglo-French ./? alliance as a guarantee of universal peace. Sir Wilfred lAurier is re- ported as declaring his wilEngnBss tb con- cede to French -products admeasure1 of pre- ference if Canadianproducts"laére admitted to France at a ?minimnm tarin. - :;.

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SPORTING RACING FIXTURES. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

RACING FIXTURES. AUGUST. 26. Aspendale Part B.C. 27,30t «iboîgàrd» BlC 30. Williamstown R.C ' v. . . ; ^EPÉEMBER. ?? > d. Moonee Valley B.C. 3, 6. Boulder RC - '16. Victoria Amateur T.C. 8. 10, 13. A. J C. Spring Meeting. , 10. Kanowna B.C. MT- Maribyrnong B.C. il, 12. Yalgoo District J.-C*. 13. OatUnds H.C. 16. 17.West Kimberley T.C. :, 17. Mentone BC, 18. Mulline B.C. 20. Findon Harriers H.C 24. Epsom B.C. 27; Fremantle H.C. 27. Melbourne HC .

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EX-BOER GENERALS. KRUGER'S DISAPPOINTMENT. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

Ex-President iprnger is 'bitterly' disap- pointed at thé oîetemùiatioà of the Boer Generals'* to loyally adhere to the terms of Peace. -; ' <i ' ' ' V Louis Botha declares that it is the duty of the Burghers tói^respect the' laira and to become faithful mbiects of Hm Majesty the King. De WetiS^wesfdng pt/*WSjr& íor do<mmentary prStf^ of Delcasse's alleged promise to injSrvène with a , Pro-Boer ultimatum. ' \ - - - . - ' -

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

CYCLING, ; ; If *" The annual 32 Mile Road Race in eoBnec tion with the Metropolitan Bicycle duh took place yesterday. The course was from the Ye Old Narrogin Inn to Victoria Park and hack. The limit man, Fraser, started at 3.3 p.m., and Beaver, the scratchiman, at ? 3.124 p.m. Hewson, S&lkilld, and Sala nions met with misadventures. The race resulted in a win for the scratch .man. B ;avgr, after a splendid finish. - The îoBow* ing are the particulars :-E. Beaver, Ihr. 34min. 22-5sec.; P. "Kelly, 2 ; G. Marks, 3. The fastest ^unplaced time was that of D. H. Thomas, ihr. 37min. 3sec The winner rode a Victory machine. ï "' . ?».'?'.'?' On Wednesday the Ere nantie cabbies and CArncrs will hokl their annual races and picnic amongst the sylvan surroundings ot Coogee- Tne arrangements are m.the cap- able hands4f Mr. Ros*, the gen-al secretary, aad a good-committee Those desirous of a j gtfad days! ; ontaj^ could cot have a h>^er I *Xiportttni%. C***.*!--entries have limflweV ?....

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HEROIC LITTLE GIRLS. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

jjSIey Beach, .SorKsharé, ^hey were over iaaken by the W§?L #nadrowned, despite the frantic effort^ of tt>e mothers To rescue them. The elder girls held the younger ones aloft In *h«r arius until overwhelmed loy the advaaclng tide,

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