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KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

J' HSER BÄ^Dr>SraÄ©äÄ Herbalist, desires all SUFFERERS trom CHRONIC CONSTITUTIONAL BLOOD and SKIN DISEASES, GLEETS, sod DISCHARGES to know that they caa be speedily Cared by taking bis ALFA LINE LQCK PILLS. And those who are WEAK, 3ÍERVODS, and DEBILITATED -with a Confased Brain, failing Memory, and De- pressed in Spirits, soffenngfroni GENERAL DEBILITY, LObT VITALETÏ and VARI COGELE, sborM know that they can be speedily!: restored £ to permanent health 'ny talara ALFALINE VTTALTT Y PILLS. . FEMALES sniSfering from ANAEMIA and WASTING ' DISEASES L are " speedily restored to perfect health by taking the ALF ALINE 33Niyj?Ri3AL PILLS. This remedy Pnnh^ and Enriches the Blood and j Strengthens the Nerves, ¿nd is a Special - Remedy for FEMALE COMPLAINTS. The LOCK, .TIXÀI3TY, r and 0NI YERSAfc PILLS are sold as follows ;- j SpeeialPowerfulCoarser, 43s. 6d.; Ordinary j Conrees, 23e. 6d.^ ; Smaller Roses, 12a, and , ' ins. each. ; ' ' -'' s"-: _ Sufferersi.-of either sex from PILES, eith...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE WAR! [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

THE WAR! What is mon aimoying than toast ont on ,«n expedition to annihilate a foe and to, have to retorn without even seeing it? The members of our last contingent experienced this bitter disapneintmens, though many pf them hate brought back a foe of a different natara,- Private Dyson, who ha» just .returned from ' South- Africa,' contracted: a severe^unnrmgtheTOya^ a bottle of . Cobbin'e Syrup of Eucalyptus l and Wüd Cherry from Mr; a Hymns' Pharmacy, Hay-street, and informs tis that it is an exc^lent cough remedy, and recom- mends St to others ISold everywhere. One shilling per bottle. . - The Apothecanee Company announce that they have secured the nervio» nt Mr. 3. G. C»oper, graduate of tile Melbourne College of Phar- macy, as mght dispenser fer, their principal establishment, ,468 Hay-street.. Prescrip tions can now be dispensed at the above address at all hours nf the 4ay or night. lafiuenm-not dangerous when properly treated: Remain quietly at home and take Dean's Influenza ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LEGAL PRACTITIONERS. MR. PURKISS'S BILL [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

LEGAL PEACTITIOpEiíj "Lepa" writes : -." On Wednesday week Mr. Purkiss introduced a Bill t! admit as a solicitor a ^person who foi 10 yeara had been bona fide engagée ia (ie transaction and management OJ such mattere A business as are usually transacted by solicitors, provided the] pass the final examination required ti be passed by articled jfelerks and com ply with tire other requirements se forth in the Act Toe Biil WAS sop ported by Messrs. floran, Hastie, "Dag . lish, Illingworth, Higham, and Tay loi -alt honor to them. . "Only one mem ber opposed it, and that was, th( Premier~a member o£ the legal 'pro "Cession (which profession, as Mr, Taylor wary rightly put it¿ desired tc conserve their own interests as far at possible,and to prevent any open door,, H ts to remedy an anomaly -and at . injustice that Mr. Porkies introducec lus Bäl, and it is greasy to be hopee that the measure will be passed, " Tia Bill comes with greater weight from a lawyer titan from a dayman, and it «how...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
POLICEMAN AND PREACHER [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

POLICEMAN ÄND PREACHER No one could pebbly object to a. police officer when-off oiay'^ ; service on a Sunday ;. in ta<*, many of them might be totter men iTtbeyatt^ more regularly. Birt when a ' constable neglects bis police duties t» attend to church matters, then the general public, who pro- vide toe wlierewithal to pay lus salary, naturally «rant to know the reason why. Ave near from Greenough of a policeman who acts as lay-readei' and church treasurer,, and who devotes a great deal of his atten- tion to church matters generally. Now, when P.C. Brodie devotes «o mach of his rime to the parish church be neglects the duties Mr.. Commissioner Hare expects him to perform, lt ia only a snort while ago-- . since a glaring example of this came to light- Police Constable Brodie, vestryman, . »MMM««A«> «a-ni) low.w»Ailar- «nur an vintr hn«r I attending to christenings, rending funeral services, and balancing tbs church's cash, that a detective was sent up froui Berth to work...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

: Have Stooiî a Örhie&l 'Test ;/ -'"'y ' , /4p;,Years..'^ ? ?'. ' . j i- Ç i Por istaadîi^g'in. Tvaaa, táxeyJ 'have ap EiaaL.,. . j " ; ' SOLE AGENTA- ' ;* PERTH, FP^MAKTIS, Amusements. - . BIJOU THEATRE. Under the Management of CL A. iTonea. VAUDEVILLE PROGRAMME: - BUBBLES, ' PAIR QF LUNATICS, And OUR VARIETY OOO, EVERY EVENING AT 6 OÏ5LOCK. TO-OTGHT (SUNDAY) TO-NIGHT MASON'S HALL, NORTH FRÈMAHTLB GRANT) RATIONAL OOKCERT By Ont Full Company. THEATRE ROYAL, .Under the Management of Messrs. WILLOUGHBY and GEACH. Packed and Delighted Audiences ^Nightly. Despite the Enormous Success, TO-MORROW. LAST NIGHT BUT FOUR OF GEOBfcE WILLOUGHBY And his ' ? LONDON COMEDY COMPANY, In the Faroe Cornedv of the Hour, "THE WRONG MR. WRIGHT-" **THE WBONG MR. WRIGHT." "THE WliONG ME. WRIGHT.** "THE WRONG MR. WRIGHT." PRH3ES-5s^'Sa, a«.,, (after 7.«}" jis.J " Secare Seats at Nicholson's. - ' - ¿ SATURDAY NEXT. Still Another Great Steamer, \ "ON AND OFF," For the Last Nights of the Season. QUEEM'...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NOTES FROM THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

Br DEMOS. Northampton ie noterions for magisterial misfits, and so is Day Dawn, and allusion therefore may be made to a glaring case of "justicea' justice," ss meted ont by two Day Dawn dogberrys, who certainly should be written down a pair of asses. Their names (Coonan and Meehan) deserve to be gibbeted throughout the colony. One Pat O'Brien was found guilty of the heinous offence of making au abortive attempt to borrow "two bob. Facts of die case were O'Brien got a meal from one Armstrong (who runs a hash foundry) and didn't anti ap for it. fie had jost come ont Af "clink" after dräng 14 days for drunkenness, in default of paying'his fine. Naturally be ; wannt "flush," though probably peckish. ; Subsequently he tried M induce Armstrong to lead him two shillings on the strength of having some money in the hands of .Jim ; Green, a local huckster. O'Brien absolutely denied having stated he bad money in Green's possession. However, the Day llawn wiseacres were satisfied, and marked th...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THEATRICAL THEATRE ROYAL. "THE WRONG MR. WRIGHT." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

THE1TÍW5ÍL. THEATRE BOYAL. "THE WS02îG~Mït. WRIGHT." The success which has attended the pro- duction of "The Wrong Mr. Wright,** by Mr. George Willoughby and his Loado» Comedy Company at tite Theatre Boyal, must have been, essoeedingly gratifying to the management. Our readers are familiar with the plot and the play itself (whkfc equals -if it does not excel any of the brigh* . productions of Mr. Broadhurst, its aether),, and therefore we can do little more sow than join in the choro/ of admiration «ml approval. For real genuine fun it has Derer heeu surpassed in Perth. Of the merits of the actors it is also unnecessary to say any- thing;, except that the stare, Mr. Willoughby and Miss Boxy Barton, are resplendent sa the first magnitude, and the rest of the con- stellation help artistically to add to their lustre. "On and Off' is In preparation, birt > j tust tor the -present "The Wrong Mr. Wright" is in full swing.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ADELAIDE ITEMS. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

i ' ABELÈXOE. SATCTRDAY. . Iroubiidgp registered the most at*raetíre performance given here hy a young ^three^ year-old many . years -in' wmnmgutí» MATOIS Mile. Jack Patterson regards him as the beal we have had tte thinks he hasmere than an outside chance ä%J^.-lS^ Mid Melbourne <3up. Our own. Derby ahonld hopgood ^oods'lor. Hm. He finished Very staunchly on Satur- day, and has performance reads quite as l.^oodas'îjoyaï'a,'" .::.??'[.''''''

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SALE OF FALKIRK ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

'-.:. Jp. .:anolherS«oïujimh^^^ Jaimes Gardiner's advertisement of the «ale Of the .above'.' éstate, which tek^ place, on the ground, Saturday next, ^:MáizMaBt^ at S o'clock., Mr. Gardiner states-that this estate is certainly tb« fmest property offered for sen« time, Jit: having'such facilities of access to the eity, and hping only three miles from Perth Town Hail, along a splen- did macadainised road,- the old Guildford toad. It is BIBO served by traips dáüy to and from jtbjè city/ {he '%£ayiarids Station beingwithin ihréà m mutes sfrom the estate. .The-t^tí^&eéi^szé v^iry îow^wôrkmen's weekly, ls. 3d. ; The. subdivisions are quarter and -half-acre blocks, consisting of very, high .land rThe river frontages are maghißceat, being rich black loom. The reserved prices are very low, and terms ex- ceptionally easy. "Free railway passes can be ; had fjoin jhe. auctioneer, or Mr. E. E. Grundy, .attorney for the vendors, the Iuter ^jmjfat; Investment Go, -Ltd., Shenton'e G^mhetó,'H...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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MAGISTRATE MOFFAT. A BURLESQUE BEAK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

liGISTEÄTE MOFFAT. Ä BÜSLESQÜE BEÄL , - Dr. MonäV the successor at Northamp- ; ton of the mysterious Ixmergan as Resident Magistrate and medical officer, doesn't ap- pear to be filling the oWble-birreUed billet as well aa could be desired. He is inex- perienced as a be*k-even Tom Molloy could ¡ give him points and a beating. Likewise, he is impressionable, cot to say credulous, and too easily led by the wily old fox wno bosses the coppera. He lately made a sad hash of a case , brought before the judicial half of him. A young roan, Gilbert Bennie, waa itacged with stealing sundry petty articles, the alleged property of his step- father. The latter is a hard old case at- well, peculiar anteceden ta. He is said to be tn the habit, when in an ext» friendly mood, or when genially gin-generous, of making presents to hie neighbors, and af ter wardB "whipping the cat" and declaring the chattels were stolen. Something of this kind was evidently at the root of this case of Bennie's, who is lo...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
QUEEN'S HALL. MDLLE ANTONIA DOLORES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

QUEEN'S HAT.T, MDLLE ANTONIA DOLORES. it is questionable if aa; qaeen of eong ba» met with such universal appreciation in; -Perth aa has Mdlle Dolores. It is the merit of the time artist .that reaches alike th« cultured and the untutored. TMs isjpce eminently the gift of the lady who fe fitting; the Queen's Hall with her delightful musical recitals. We regret we cannot find apace *.» record the triumphs of her melodies at the* deserve, but wheo we aay tba* every deecfip tion we could give would be inadequate'to convoy an idea of either her great na^re* gifts, or imperfection of her toainingi w^ must be content to request our readersi f» listen te the lady for themselves wule fi*-" they have an opportunity. The third reV citai takee place to-morrow night, ami «I Wednesday night will be the last oppor- tunity foe hearing aa» ti Ihe sweetest _ lisingerB of the age., " ?' . '

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BIJOU THANTRE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

. BUOU THBATBB. ? After s BTic»esBfal ae»son W d¿«».m«« Bgon TiuitAre., There ^ ^jaraeSes*''- - mxjgragune of Tarietiag. im^t^T«»»«» etetcbes, faroea, and á^noaT^^TaSí ïooKramnaiB toba repeated »Ith tbefctt . North Fremantle, «aïovenî^i^

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CHAPTER XIX. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

; CHAPTER XIX. TH« SECOND ESDING OF THE TRAGEDY. " From that point my lady's fears and fancies left her, and she became her own biithesome, brilliant bird-like self again, ^Sho had seen all eyes torn in ' wonder -when that brief attack of stage fright overcame her (for Miss Mallison was an accomplished amateur actress, and her first act had been remarkably smooth and even), but she knew that it would be overeóme ia time, and that before the curtain fell Cynthia would bs wholly at her ease. Nor was she disappointed*in this expectation; for when next the cue was given for Bella to speak, the . voice which answered was Mies Mallison's very own, and with scarcely a trace of nervousness in it. r - . : The play , played on, and the act ended with a tumult of applause ; but the very moment the curtain fell my lady rushed upon the stage and flew to ""Bella." , "My dear Miss Mallison, I will not put you to such harsh measures one moment longer," she said. "I know what it is; you are wretched...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE DEAF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

TO THE DEAF. A CURE JOB DSATKKSS.-The Indian' . Specific, lately introduced int» this country, is absolutely the best remedy ever known _ for deafness and noises in the head. ïtEOta- S right to the seat of the trouble, and sppedily effiscte a complete core. - A lady says, "I am indeed happy to. tell you that tho Indian Remedy has entirely restored my hearing, altiwi^mycasé was ions «go considered. bop¡dee¿" rast^ «i - the^prld. ^ ujöBtt^ rt wtthraUda^ctíoas. <&Bteet^%«tevern. ment Stamp.) Address : Mr. Janies Harley, 23 Stoekdrie-roiwi, hatten»* Park, London, S.W., Enjdand.

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LATER PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

- LÄTEH; ?ifiTICïïLÂ5S. Onïr*dayat do«»,Mr. Lavan, who badi by this tune besa retained cy the defendant, ¡ , appeared before Mr.:Roe-and applied for] the release of Coazi on baiL Heouoted^ from authorities to «howthat in thecase of* . misdemeanor the magistrate had full power ito grant bail. A* «five o'clock Mr. Roe, who ' in the meantime desired to consult the recognised suttmcities, on that point, gave his' decision. v Mr. '^Ävani 'J Sebéela vas Jíavanagh ana Mann,tand a representative <*f -the 6ujn»AV^)B^ present. Mr Roe said he-had come totbe conclusion that bail TFOuld have ^oJbe refused. At this otage Detective Mann--swore a fresh infonna tion against Coaai, binder section 327, sub- section 1 of tits Grimiaal Code, which reads as follows :-"Any-pereon who with. intent to-marry or '0¿'bj'^ans>^BCto be parried bs Wi carnally known by any «¿her person, tates ber away or detains her against her will, is guilty of a crime, and is Stable to imprisonment with bani labor...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

_ _We.iwsi tivrdj Hold *h«£ Ëârrat Stocks of Snririor Fine Welted Porrxnse . Boot« that eu be tnaoeio Amen^ am xhiglaad. Wafcexpoooí Sotes, hat light in tostare. We Sett^teai Remarkably Cheap. =>- , ; f KELLY & OOMPANÏ", 382 HAY-STKEET, PEKTH. J. J. ASHMAN, 168 Barrack-street, Perth. WHOUESAXB UAKOFACTCBSB GUTTER HEDGING, DOWN PIPES, TANKS «nd TINWABK. Don't shout hear you. I «sui bear craw as well as anybody. How?' Oh. some thing new-T*e Wttaoe*7 tar ~ I bad ifaem to tnycelf, that t bewailntfti _ Wllaon ear.Drnta i: «ally a subwiiute for the ' .frorking patts ol (be; natural ear. Has no] Invisible, eas» io ad just, comfortable. Toully 1 different from any other de .t»ice. Descriptive padipMet sent upon rcfjacst f J. CM At Hfl». *Z9-3S* CaUtoa. SK. Hete. Telephone No. 813 LEYINSON and SONS Manufacturing Jewellers, 167 & 169 BARRACK STREET, PERTH. The Alterations to Premises are now so far Advanced that Business is Now Resumed in With the Largest and Most Varied St...

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CONGDON-STREET STATION. THAT LITTLE MOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

? A little orer a-week'ago a deputation of .residents of Claremont, living near or round "the proposed site for the Congdon-streat railway station, waited on the Minierer fer-; Pubhc Works praying that the worfeaupuld beputinha&dat^tnce. Now, near the pro posed site there are one or two large blocks for sale, and they are owned by Mr. Stirling and others. These interested parláesagreed to remain out of the deputation lest , the, move might look a bit. fishy. ?: But Mr. Studing has a friend named Mr. Hoarei who : iain Some W^y Connected ; V with the Osborne Water Works-the «ame gentleman who -some time bsck was<con uected with Mr. Stirling aim, when it was proposed to go infor a Government water supply, and at which. time he shooed him seu grossly ignorant Of everything connected with water works. Ai the deputation Mr. Hoare was one of theeumber who intruded on the Minister. The member for egre- mont, in introducing -the deputation, stade .this remark :-"AH here ar...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

v*.»>...,....."> I SUPPLEMENT, J ÎSunday,iBg. 24,1902.! .,.,«4

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LARGEST SHARK EVER CAUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

LARGEST SHARK EVER CAUGHT. What is claimed to be the largest specimen of a basking shark in the -world was recently washed ashore on the beach at the Hotel Ormond, florida. This great water creature measurechlSft. in length, and weighed ?over 2,0001b., and was 5 ft. wide across ^ ' the back, on which three men could lie in aar outstretched line, while bis tremendous mouth could take in the body of an average-sized pony. Jost how the mighty monster met bis death is a mystery* as the species is known to be fierce, and few have been known to have, been captured alive. , The shark being of such gigantic sise, Messrs. Anderdon and Price, the hotel proprietors, telegraphed the pre- sent of the'ibark to the Smithsonian * . Iiistitatton, which, ' recognising the value of the «are specimen, at once secured it for the National Museum, where the skin and skull are now pre- pared for exhibition. It is considered by scientists to be one of the most striking objects there. ' . While it was lying ...

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AT RILEY'S PING-PONG PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

AT RILEY'S PING-PONG PARTY. UMPUIB (in the background) : "Yer geln* fer to see the game av y er loife, now, Dutchy." DOTCHTÍ "Vat jtioP UMFXBK: 'K>i pamted the bate grane au1 the ball orange." -New York "Judge."

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