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A WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

A WARNING. Sir,—I enclose cutting of advertise-   ment for musical lady and two barmaids   to go to an Eastern city. Some few   months back the Eastern papers gave   long accounts of two respectable girls being engaged in Melbourne to go to an hotel in the Straits Settlements. Need- less to say, the place turned out a brothel of the lowest class. Not caring to embark in that sort of life, the girls were forced to leave penniless, and could   get no redress against the publican. Through the kindness of a few European ladies, sufficient money was raised to   send them back to Melbourne. The happy hunting-ground is now shifted from Melbourne to W.A., and I can only hope that all young girls will be careful not to be taken in by the guileless stranger from Malaysia.—Yours respect- fully, SAND-SCRATCHER. September 30, 1898. P.S.—The police might be usefully employed making a few inquiries whether this case is g...

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IS IT TRUE [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

IS IT TRUE   That there we 'buses on the Perth streets which are dangerous to ride in and a disgrace to any city?   That it would be a benefit to the rate- payers to get a man with experience as traffic inspector? That the police have made no attempt to deal with the brothel question? That it would be more beneficial to the public than interfering with fruit and tobacconists' shops on Sunday if they would turn their attention to these filthy dens? That the principal goldfields consti-   tuency is unrepresented in Parliament? That a certain member "sneaks" out of the House when there is a division on the Goldfields Bill? That the sanitary inspector is badly wanted in some of the back yards of Perth That a sanitary foreman is allowed to keep more than one horse for his use at the ratepayers' expense? That the man who does the most work in that department has to go on foot? That the licensed carriers cannot make a living through so many of the un-...

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ROMANCES OF OUR OWN TIMES. TRUE STORIES FROM REAL LIFE. THE LAST OF THE VICTORIAN BUSHRANGERS. A MAN HUNT THAT COST £115,000. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 2 October 1898

ROMANCES OF OUR OWN TIMES. TRUE STORIES FROM REAL LIFE. (By A. O. Tibbits.) Anthor of "The Meredyth Mystery," "Fighting a Lie," etc., etc. THE LAST OF THE VICTORIAN BUSHRANGERS. A MAN-HUNT THAT COST £115,000.   £8,000—Dead or Alive!"   It was offered in the colomns of the   leading Australian newspapers of New South Wales and Victoria. It stared one in the face in big letters on placards posted upon the walls. £8,000 is a large sum to offer for the capture of criminals. Capture ? No, rather the killing of them, for no one who read the names of the men with regard to whom the money was offered dreamt that they would be taken alive. For over a year past the Kelly gang   of bushrangers had defied all their pur- suers, and laughed at their attempts to secure them. Again and again—in, it seemed, their sheer bravado—they had added some more daring crime to the long list of murder and outrage. There were only four members of the gang, an ...

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THE LONDON SHARE SHARK. ENGLISH DIRECTORS' METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 9 October 1898

THE LONDON SHARE SHARK. ENGLISH DIRECTORS' METHODS. A lot has bees, written about Wes- tralian flotations, but from this side a good deal more could be written about the practice of London directors. At the moment colonial confidence in Lon- don companies and their administrators is severely shaken. And for good reason. The colonial investor seems to have no guarantee thai bis common rights as a shareholder will be respect- ed. Should the director of a company happen to get cornered, a new issue of shares seems as easily arranged as a board meeting, and in the issn mg of euch shares, if worth anything, every .obstacle conceivable is placed in front of colonial holders securing their rights. Kot m&nv weeks seo the directors of tte {binnings Paringa, which shares i nearly all held ir* Sydney, coolly resob to amalgam ate with the Cassidy B and some other leases nmnnp»<], T îîvdney shareholders expostulated i oibîe, letter, and delegation, bat to : parpóse. The direct...

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AN OPEN LETTER. To F. C. B. Vosper, Esq., M.P. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 9 October 1898

AN OPEN LETTER. To F. C. B. Vosper, Esq., M.P. Sir,-In presuming to address to you this letter, bearing ou your conduct as a professing democrat, I claim to be acting with an honest desire to receive from you through the columns of the "Sunday Times"' an explanation that will remove from the Tnjn^g of many like myself the seeming glaring inconsistencies between your professions as a democrat and your actions as a politician and a journalist. It doas ssem incomprehensible how you, while professing to be opposed to j public works being performed by private enterprise should not only strenuously oppose, both asa politician anda journal- ist, the construction of the Coolgardie water supply scheme by the Govern- ment, bat also persistently advocate the acceptance of Bargigti's proposal under the aegis of private enterprise. Your speech in the House last night shows me that you are not unacquainted with the'evils which the holding of public ser- vices by private companies bear in its trai...

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LONDON MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 9 October 1898

j LONDON HABEST. Mr. E. BL Barrett, stock and ehare broker, received tile following quota- tions from bis London agents on Satur- day : Great Boulder Perseversuace, 79e. Associated, £5 10s. TUtrwuilt, £1 11s 3d. Ivanhoe, £7 12s. -Golden Horseshoe, £13 15s. L.ake View Consols, £10 18s Sd. KsJgurli, £7 ls.

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ON 'CHANGE. STOCK EXCHANGE OF PERTH. SATURDAY'S QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 9 October 1898

ON 'CHANGE. î -0 { STOCK EXCHANGE OF PERTH. I SATURDAY'S QUOTATIONS. I The following were Saturday's buy i lng and nftlHwg quotations, with the prices of sates effected: Associated, b £5 8s, s £5 los Block 45 (n«w issue), C, b 5e 4d, s 5a 6d Boulder North Extended, s ls ld, sales ls ld Brown HUI Central, b ls 3d, s ls 6d Chaffer's, C., b 4s 9cL. 5s, F., e 5s 5d Fraser's b 5s 7d Golconda*, C., b 2s 9d Golden Bar, s ls 8d Golden Zone (con.), s lld Great Boulder Main Beef, Lu, S 27S Great Boulder Main Beef, C,.b 23a 6d s25s6d Hanaan's Reward North (con.), s»ls 3d Ivanhoe Junction, b ls, s la 4d Kalgoorlie Bank of Rngbwul, s 23a Lady Bountiful (pro.1, s SB 6d Lady Bountiful (con.), s ls Sd Lake View South (pro.), C, b 22s 6d 'Three Colonies (eon.), b ld, s 3d Bunbury Brewery (pro.), s 10s I§d ljSunbury Brewery (con.), s 9a

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FRANK WHITE'S RETURN. 9,000 MILES COVERED. RECEPTION IN PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 9 October 1898

FRAffl WSÍfcÉS KETÜM. ¡ .-»-? I 9,000 MILES COVERED. RECEPTION IN PERTH. j Frank White returned to Perth-ak3.30 p.m. yesterday after his long-distance i ride to Rockhampton and back, a dis- tance of 9,000 miles. On his arri vail at De Baun's Palace Hotel he waa mot by Mr. Frank Wilson in tibe absence of his worship the Mayor, and sevefid of the councillors, and the representatives of the Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre ' Oxn pany, and Messrs. Splatt, WaU, and H ar- rison, and a host of .cyclists. H is health was drunk and he was congra- tulated on his great feat of endurance. We learn that Mr. G. Cbrrighan, and old and well-known chemist, who for- in erely owned a business in Hay-etreet, has returned to the colony after three years' absence, during which time be has been carrying on business in Sooth Africa, and intends to travel through the goldfields on behalf of tihe firm, of Carrighan and Ox, of Perth, who are well and favourably known as wholesale druggists. Mr. Carri« p han's long exper...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 9 October 1898

.'..; J ^M! T OÎTICIISRj \ FROST sad SHIPHAM, I 117 HAY-STEEET (nest Snowball's), Perfil-] j Telephone 1063. : INSURANCE. SUN INSURANCE OFFICE OF LOUDON. ESTABLISHED A.D. i TIO. Capital M M £2,400,000. Invested Fonds - £2,086,104. WEST AUSTRALIAN BRANCH. DISECXOBS: W. T. LOTON. ESQ. TAMES MORRISON. ESQ. J. C. G. FOUT.KFS, Eso, 33 ANKHES : BASIS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. AUDITORS r MESSRS. H. H. HOLMAN & Ca MANAGES AND UHDEKWWTER: JOHN S. PEARSON, fixe Insurance Policies granted on every j description «rf Probert" at I-owesi Current Rates. . For foll particulars and Proposal Forms apply to die Manager, Perth, or to any of the Company's agents. Agtitdts ss morly entry township throughout tit Colony. HEAD OFFICE-282 George's Terrace, Meghan Ko. 433. Perth. THE Colonial Ifctad fife %& sur aire Sotbfgf, %fir. F.STunrTSHFD 1873. Th* OFFICES of the Society have now been REMOVED to the KEW PREMISES. ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE. Next Stock Exchange. j. MORISON MCCRAE. Resident Secretary. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 9 October 1898

TAKEEE DOO S X« S TOBA.OOO Ofotainable Everywhere. O IT A H XJ E S "W" A T 3 O 3>T7 (Late of Tattersalls Club. Melbourne), TUBF COM MISSION ^ Gr .E 2sT T . Registered V.R.C. Melbourne, A.J.C. Sydney. Member of all the Principal Clubs in the Colonies, and Albert Club, London. WILL EXECUTE COM MISSIONS ON TW) CUPS--eAULFIELP AND MELBOURNE. Y;R.C, BEEBY AND MELBOURNE CUP, 13PO CUPS--CAULFIELD AND MELBOURNE. V.R.C. DERBY AND MELBOURNE CUP Cffi2CßHES ^ATSO^T lays the longest prices. Address all communications CHARLES WATSONi TattersaU's Club, Perth ; or, 263 lt Georges Terrace, Perth SEND FOR THJE " SPORTlNG>GIJIDE," FREE ON APPLICATION. All tdfe^sans skoaMIbe^Tíeply paid. No reply, no business. Country eheques&must arrive three clear days before the race is run* 21 ocr cent, charged^on wimtings onJj*

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LATEST SPORTING. SYDNEY RACING. ROSEHILL RACING CLUB. OCTOBER MEETING. TOXTETH WINS THE OCTOBER HANDICAP. JENNETTE THE JUVENILE PLATE. Rosehill Racecourse, Saturday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 9 October 1898

LATEST SPORTING. SYMEY BACIM ROSEHILL RACÏNO CLUB. OCTOBER MEETING. TOXTETH WINS THE OCTOBER HANDICAP. JENNETTE THE JUVENILE- PLATE Rosehill Racecourse, Saturday Afternoon. The Rosehill Race Club's October j Meeting to-day was well attended. The, wt allier and racing being eminently satás fcctory. the following aro detailed re MAIDEN HANDICAP. i Monogram (Ruhn)_ . 1 Rifleite (Durstott) ... ... - 2 Victoria (M'Oie) . 3 Sixteen started. Winner favorite, two's. Won on the post by ai neck. Time, 1min. 19sec. WELTER MILE. 1 Mentor (Gough) .* 1 Linda (Gainstead) ..-. 2 Toxteth (Marsden) ... ... ... 3 Sixteen started j 12 to 1 the winner. Won with the greatest of ease. Time, lmin. 48sec. SHORTS HANDICAPE. Tripe (Hutton) ... ... ; ... 1, Gazette ((Smith) ... ... ... 2 Lady Trident (Hartigan* ... ... 3 Eighteen started; 20 to 1 winner. Won by length. Time, Imis. 18£ae& THE ROSEHILL OCTOBER. HANDICAP 100 sovs. Toxteth (Marsden) .* ... 1 ' Shaughraun (M;Gee) ... - 2 Rubina (Kuhn.) ... ...

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THE POWES OFENVIRONMENT. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 9 October 1898

THE POWES OFENYIfiON MENT. Pleasant surroundings nave an en- nobling and refining influence on hum- anity, and it therefore becomes the duty of all to see that their surround- ings are the best possible of attainment. The effect of the effort to reach perfec ion in any object not only elevates the moral tone, but strengthens the mental, faculties, and therefore promotes mater-1 ial success. The first and closest ele- ment on these lines which commands at- tention is that of dress and personal adornment. Shakespeare says of the former: Costly thy garments as thou canst afford. For oft the apparel doth proclaim the man." From the earliest days silver and gold hare been the symbols of wealth and refinement. No lady of the present day considers Herself well-dressed with- out a certain amount -oÇjewellery. For the selection of such it is necessary that i she should go to the best possible es- tablishment. These establishments at- tain their position through intuitive j ability and the di...

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IMPORTANT TO BUSINESS PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 9 October 1898

IMPORTANT TO BUSINESS PEOPLE. Here is a good parody on LangfeUow'a '"Psalm of Life" : "Tell aie cot m mournful numbers" Advertising doesn't pay. Por the man's ""nan compos mentis" Who would euch absurd things say. "Life is real! life is earnest!" And the man who hopes to rise To eminence in any uniting Must expect to advertise. In the world's broad field of battle, In the conflict of real Ufe," Advertising is the magnet Of achievements in the strife, laves of rieb men all remind us, "We can make our own sublime,1' And by liberal advertising To the highest summit climb. "Let us then be up and doing, "In this sheet your "ads." insert j "Still achieving, still pursuing," Business then will be alert.

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THE TURF. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 9 October 1898

THE TURF. RACING FIXTURES. October 8-Canning Park B.C. October 8, 12, 15-V.A.T.C. Spri meeting October 25, 27, and 28-Gascoyne IL October 26, 27, and 28-Murciis Goldfields B.C. TURF NOTES. (By "The Young Un.) Caulfield Cup next Saturday. Having to tip a week in advance vote- .. Holster ... ... ... 1 Amberite »... ... 2 Devoted . ... 3 Laundress will win a race at tl Y.A.T.C. spring meeting, but not t! Toorak Handicap. Sir Gerard and Lady Smith", Mr. 1 T. Hooley, M.L.A. (not M.L.C.), i Blare's Weakley describes bim, and M Leonard Darlot, will be the repr sentative Western Australians preen at Caulfield on Cup Day. Mrs. Batty, wife of the trainer of H Grace, Olaf, and others, sends to a Peri friend the tips-"Wayfarer or The Chi for the Caulfield Cup ; Amberite ax The Grafter for the Melbourne Cup." Such, a number of Perthites are gwea "ing by Amberite for the Caulfield Cu] having tumbled to the fact that hu year's CC. winner wasn't backed for million to win the Metropolitan kv month, ...

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A HOPELESS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 9 October 1898

A HOPELESS CASE. Once upon a time, not very long agc, j the Lord High Boss of the Universe held] a reception, at which were present all the leading archangels and His Satanic Majesty, who, as we learn from the book of Job and Thomas Walker, Esq., is a fa- vorite guest at such functions. Satan, with his usual keenness of perception, soon observed that his host was more than a trifle out of sorts. He forthwith sympathetically asked his Lordship what was the matter, and he said, in reply, "Well, Fm greatly puzzled what to do with those people, Norton and Meagher. The prayers of the righteous avail much, and I have just received a deputation of leading saints, asking me to slay the pair of them and send them over to your place." Satan turned several shades paler under his suit of soots, so to speak, and replied, "Now, look here! I have stood the racket of being abused for your blunders for the last 6000 years ; I have calmly endured all the insults of the parsons, and never even condesc...

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LATEST SPORTING. LOCAL RACING. CANNING PARK RACING CLUB. FIRST OCTOBER MEETING. DONOVAN WINS THE OCTOBER HANDICAP. CHANCE ANNEXES THE WELTER. WEATHER FINE—TRACE IN GOOD ORDER. Canning Racecouse, Saturday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 9 October 1898

LATEST spommi LOCAL BACIM CANMNG PARK RACING CLUB. FIRST OCTOBER MEETING. DONOVAN WTNS THE OCTOBER HANDICAP. CHANCE ANNEXES THE WELTER. WEATHER FINE-TRACE IN GOOD OEDEfi. Canning Racecourse , Saturday Afternoon. The Canning Park Club's first Octo- ber meeting brought off this afternoon attracted a fairly large muster of sports. The weather was fine, but inclined to be wintery. The. racing was quite up to the club's usual standard The result of the Caulfield racing was posted up. on the «ourse during the afternoon by the West Australian. Press Agency with usual promptitude. HÜRDLE RACE. Of 45 so vs. ; second horse 5 sovs. from the stake. One mile and a half. Damocles . 1 Yale Lock . 2 Sunbeam ... ... 3 . Dividend, £4 13s. OCTOBER HANDICAP. Of 45 sovs. ; second horse 5 sovs. from the stake. Five furlongs. Donovan ... ... 1 Blackwood ... ... 2 Verna ... . 3 Dividend, £6 10s. FITZROY HANDICAP. Of 25 sovs., for horses 14.3 and under. Six furlongs. * Aggie .1 Irene .2 Rosana ando ... ... ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 9 October 1898

HEKET D. BLOOM, EKBÏ D. BLOOM, THE LEVIATHAN ! TURF COMMISSION AGENT, ' I Will Execute Coninusso&s st Best Market; Prices on CAULFIELD CUP, MELBOURNE CUP, Sfesigat-oafr xañ üe Doubla. Sim, .rvo PRICE ca ¿I PRINCIPAL EVE2T1S rbruojrhoui tba ft «faiVitn Calcsiea. n " ^graasa most be Bcpb/ Faid. £ñ Reply, No RSKBMS. HENRY D- BLOOM, HENBT D. BLOOM; HENRY D. BLOOM, TATTERSALLS CLUB.. PERU. rp H E MARVEL. THE LEVIATHAN CASH BETTOR and Champion Place Eventer of W-A. For the past three years at the MARVEL BILLIARD SALOON, 57 HAT-STREET, j Perth. Defies any roan to say that dining his career of three years at the Marvel Saloon he was ever guilty of a dishonest action. "THE MARVEL" Is now to be found af the MARVEL CIGAR DIVAN, 438 Hav-st. (3 doors from the Shamrock Hotel). THE MARVEL" made a revelation in bet- ting in this colony by laying the longest odds ever laid on two Cups, viz., 2,500 to 1. THE MARVEL" is still betting top prices on the two Cops and all other events. Call and se...

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A FREE ADVERTISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 9 October 1898

A. FREE ADVERTISEMENT. In view ol the manner in which cer- tain persons who should be our best friends are treating ns in Perth and the dastardly malignity and men- dacity which characterises th/Hr ac- tione and utterances, it is refreshing to reflect thai the majority at least .of the workers on the goldfields take a inore rational view of the feiinaiiort, and are willing io do their best" to help those whom they know are doing their beet to defend and champion their I cause. In a recent issue of tire "Boul- der Evening Star" there appeared the following advaertisement : VOSPEE'S '"SUNDAY TIMES." THE WORKERS' FRIEND. Ajakr. for it every Sunday. Get your numere to supply you with it. They-can get it Wholesale at tie Work- ers' Hail Sunday Evenings or at j Kalgoorlie and Boulder Rail- way Stations at L30. , Encourage your-best Friend. j VOSPERS ' SUNDAY TIMES." This advertisement was published unknown to us, without our knowledge or authority, and until Friday last we did not know, w...

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The Sunday Crimes. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1898. THE AMENDING MINING BILL. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 9 October 1898

SUNDAY, OCTOBER ä, 1898. THE AMENDING MINING BILL. Tile Goldfields Act Amendment Bill has now, despite the most vigorous op-> position, on the part of one or two mem- bers, passed through all its stages in the Legislative Assembly. And a pretty measure it is! Not only does it retrospectively abolish the dual title, thereby like Wittenoom's infamous 10ft. regulation, depriving a large number of nonest men of their, legal rights, bnt it does away with the forfeiture of leases, and thereby places the whole of our ^oldfidds at the mercy, of that class of British capitalist who prefer rigging the market to working the mines. * * * ?» Not content with sweeping the allu-. vial industry off the face of the colonyy and thereby committing a wholly un-, pardonable theft, besides doing the coun- try irretrievable damage, the Bill strikes the most serious blew at the wages maa which has ever been aimed at him in any Australian colony. A fine is substituted for forfeiture in cases ofA non-fulf...

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EVENINGS FROM HOME [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 9 October 1898

EVENINGS FROM HOMEj _ I 1 -~- j (By "The Playgoer.") 'The Sign of the Cross" Jost proved \ as phenomenal a success here as else-] where, and is a play which everyone must j : admire if only from a spectacular stand point j the fidelity to the nature of the day with which many of the characters are drawn (relying as we must upon the word paintings of the early classical writers) makes it also valuable as an historical study ; and the sublime beauty of the basic theme-Christianity and its blood-red dawn-commend it also to the religiously inclined, the artist and the student. * * * # Yet, withal its beauteous theme signi- fied in its title, notwithstanding its many scholarly'touches, the "Sign rf the Cross" hardly comes under the heading-of "legitimate" drama, hardly coincides with drama as I understand it at alL In this respect it is not, of course, unique-and of panoramic pl tvs generally the same thing may be sal l. I make bold to say that its fife will be an ephemeral one, though i...

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