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A ONE-MAN TORPEDO BOAT. THE NEW TERROR OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

A ONE-MAN TORPEDO BOAT. -:-1 THE NEW TERROR OF THE SEA. IS the naval warfare of the future to be even more thoroughly revo- lutionised? Experts say yes. A recent Washington (U.S.A.) re- port gives a description of a marvellous invención. One man and a deadly torpedo floating about beneath the surface of the water. The torpedo charged so that it will blow a great warship to destruction ; the man provided with means by which to discharge his dangerous weapon ia a way to do the most barm. Such is the latest of all torpedo boats-a one man affair, not larger, than a large fish, and yet as effective in its purposes-if the theory of the inventor is correct-as one of tba Hol- land submarine boats. The man who bas perfected this of- fensive and invisible destroyer is not a dreamer, if appearances and record count for anything. , Thomas J. Modality, its inventor, was for.many years the mechanical ex- pert in the employ of the United States Government at the torpedo station at Newport. He is n...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
HOW THEY MOVE TIMBER IN CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

HOW THEY MOVE TIMBER IN CANADA. ?-«- . A Baft- of Iiogs on the Colombia River. Orefcon, Ctontainine 6,000.000 Feet of Timber.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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THE BOAT ROLLS ALONG. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

THE BOAT ROLLS ALONG. Here is an object that looks like a hage iron cylinder or funnel, but in reality it is a boat. It is known on the St. lawrence Btver, where it has been tried, as the Morris roller boat, for the reason that it actually revolves in the water by means of a steam en- gine mounted within. It «ontains but a single deck, which is planned in such a manner that when the hull revolves it is not affected. This curions craft was constructed at Prescott, Ontario, on the St. lawrence River, and has made trips two or th reo miles in length. The inventer claims that a vessel1 large' enough to cross the Atlantic could be .constructed from this model' and that it will ba much safer than the present type of steamship.-New York "Herald." A BOAT DRIVEN BY WINDMILLS.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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A HINT FOR THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

A HINT FDR THE COUNCIL j Shoeing How tba Pram Difficulty in Hay-street may bs Overcome.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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JUST TOO SMART. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

JUST TOO SMART. This ie e story in which the unex- pected happened.. À well-known bnfîj ness man of Liverpool frequently lectured his wife on the habit elie had. of carrying ber purse carelessly in the pocket af her coat. His lectures had no effect; and he determined to teach, her a lesson. . Several days after his latest homily he was in Lime-street and saw a woman from who»e pocket a purse protruded invitingly. A , second look convinced him that the woman was his wife, and a few seconds Later he was at her side and Jhad Fuchea tue Purse. He retreated immediately, but no one» hod seen him, and when be leached home in the evening the purse wa« in his overcoat pocket. At dinner he was expecting every minute to hear his wife bemoan her loss, and he was framing in his mind a lecture that would be a marvel of logic and a convincing example of the superiority of man over woman. But he waited ' in vain for the wifely confidence, and felt rather uneasy when he left for h s office next nurs...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INGENIOUS COLUSION PREVENTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

INGENIOUS COLUSION PRE VENTOR. This is an invention, the work of Nicholas GherassimonlF, of St. Peters- burg, for preventing collisions at sea. As the' majority .of such disasters result from striking an obstruc- tion, either on the surface or at a deptb less than the draught of the ship, and which bas not been per- ceived in time, or is due to an error in calculating the position of the ship, this invention is intended to serve as a never-sleeping advanced watchman, to apprise the commanding officer of the ship of danger ahead. The apparatus consists, of a double-pouited tubular shell, containing^ an electric motor, supported by a surface float, and hav- ing a vertical arm descending under- neath to the depth correspond Lng to the vessel's draught. Two cables leading f«-om the snip to the "fp^er" supply the medium through which the current reaches the motor and ITO urn«. When the device comes in c >nt*c» with any solid substauce, the current is interrupter!, and a signal given o...

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

FÜR OVER TWENTY YEARS , V HERR^A^MUSSËN, The Cele brated Danish Herbalist, has prochumed from the bowmns of every- neivspaper in Australasiathat His ALFALINE LOCK PILLS contain no Mercury, and that they are a Speedy and Permanent Cure for the most serious Constitutional, Blood and Skin Diseases, Gleets, Discharges, and all Diseases of the Urinary Organs. Also that his ALPÁLINE VITALITY PILLS neverfail to Cure All Nervous Diseases, especially those resulting from early indiscretion and youthful folly. Thousands of persons have benefited by HEBB BASSMUSSEN'S ADVICE, which is given FREE., Thousands nave been Cured by taking bis Bemedies. Thousands luve sent him Testimonials and letters of thanks, and to-day .Thousands of his CUBED PATBONS are assisting him to make known to the world the value of his Bokannical Dfeeoveries and the great virtues of his HerbalJiedicinea. - Yet to-day there are doubtless thousands of Blood and Nerve Sufferers still loading themselves up with the usual but ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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FOOTBALL. THE AUSTRALIAN GAME. THE END OF THE THIRD ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

FOOTBALL. j TSE AUSTRALIAN GAME. THE jai» OT THE THIRD ROUND. r : The premierslupfor 1903 maybó said 'po* bàVé béendetómined on August 1.6, when!; ?the |Sa# Frm ?^PsM^tttafe'rWit'- forwaMfhy: tba .Perth '/Thalt^ hlea^ï^^ ?^^^t^^r^'.-jáñiíí» bl:pe1opSe': who'/vrafr- -; ¿Jels'íff ^¿ñttib&^$»/ cf t£ë largest crowds íor the éeason gathering on the Fremantle t^l'/ivr^:^ V :^:^^;:'./ ^yThe'scribes-"; «ehâraîljr' differed íñ iheif ;^es^dm{|^^b^^^^puy"^aid in^he honbre gained, and the'SuOTÀr TniES has no hesi fetibn m fixing ^ eah^ísero^.; reputation, and in this match he more than justifitd. that name.. : 'Whether Toying or on the wing-Ue never made a mistake-alwayr on the ball abd always rid of it to a purpose, j ; He was of oiurse greatly assisted by the. rusk men, Gullen and Tyson particularly, int playing the ball out ito him,- but he ? aïs/sys secured it when there was a possibil- ity bf doing so, and forwarded it according ,3to;:ibrdersi y>Those;/bniéws:-i»èï8' given with ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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BROADHURST'S TOTESHOP. NEXT DOOR TO PARLIAMENT. UNDER THE NOSE OF THE POLICE. PALM GREASE WORKS THE ORACLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

NEXT DOOR TO PARLIAMENT. mm THE HOSE OF THE POLICE. PALM CftEASkWflRKS THE ; i Perhaps the^sjäes^'-l^gja tíjisrS&tóls; the w*y.;the, police,/ "who should bAabsbV? lutely impartial, ma^ of : another ^'portion' of; "ïfch/. eom-^nî^r. Owing io the weÂpç^à'i $iat Pariiament p'aeed in thtir hands the Ta^tefsali's sweepi, which "were as well and honorably conducted cfi'ijrs of their kind as' ahy to bu found in .the world; and. in «en- trence of J^e^^^ care of Mr. Ceo. Adam?, which bad a world- wide reputation'^or^^^traight-igoingi 4iad.Viti>; »cape strictly confined, to tlut tight little island, Tasmania, l^t apparently lesser evils, thohghreal^ih^ eficcir opon the whole^ immunity,, have* been allowed to exist.. There has been placed ¿pon the statute boo>s of this State ' legislation which hid fpfcits object the V Suppression .^fiej^ùig Shojs- ' AU sorts ;of pains, and .penalties are to be found iu its clauses, including long terms of , impri60hoient.. Xttd this put a stop t...

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HALL DIVORCE. ADELAIDE EXCITEMENT. SIR J. SYMON PERSISTENT. JUDGE FRIENDLY TO RESPONDENT. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

ADELAIDE EXCITEMENT. L SIR J. SYIO« PERSISTEfiT, ADÉLAÏDE. SATDEDAY., ' No ' divorce caso. heard * w Australia hjia excited more widespread interest'.ÍJátaúif case of Hall r. Hall and ; Wilson, winch has I already lasted a month and seems likely to I go on for nearly another month. In Sydney a few yean ago there was a^big case in coa vectiOn witíi which.bea von and earth had to' be moved to prevent the Governor of the day being oited as co-respondent. Bat he squeezed out of it, so the interest was con- fined to Sydney« In the present case, how- ever, the presence «fa minister of religion as the co-reapopdent 1^ spread attention, IK& ooly rô Adelaide and Westralia, where all the parties to tim snit are known, but also in the Eastern 8tatea. ; Every day the oourt is crowded. and4iiring - the past week, when Mrs. Hall has 4>eea -in the witnessjbox, the number of the fah- «ex Itaa increased. Soma of -the andienoe are j there every day. In tact^ : oki gentíe heis : A Betíre&am...

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TURF TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

TURF TATTLE. Troubridge ran. Quite up to MB two-year eld form in winning tl» Mayola Mile at the Adelaide meeting on Saturday. ' As a youngster he won the Fulham Park Plate, the-DaquetteviiJeStates, the Crwjn Nursery Handicap; was second in the Breeders'. Handicap, the Fleuüngtoa Handicap, Sooth Australian Stakes,, Adelaide Stakes, and the Bose Park Handicap. ' On Saturday Troubridge, who is a Melbourne Cup candi- date, carried 8.13, aud won easily from another probable starter for the Flemington «vent, Sojourner, who hadthelight impost of 6.10. Two other Cup «andida!*», Re search, 910, and Magda, 8.5, also zan,' bot - were unplacVd, .Our Adelaide ccBresponaent: wires that Troubridge looks blooming; and his party expect that he wUl have moro thaji an' putáide chance in the Melbourne Cup, '? icc which he carries the ha^^ 7.3. A long price could áw' be.-got about this flying son of Carlyon «tut ? Lady Dori«, bat his price is aura to shorten before Cop ? Bay. ' . r '- V ;. "? Since our ...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

That Collie is in the throes «f a fang' . threatened («ad mock-wasted) wedding. That the iittïe Scotch grocer tb» agreed to espouse the puir creetnre as-aora «8 con ? lenient. .« > That the stumpy eacd-mereiani will kirk the clyner as soon as his yoong «ister is like- wise linked. . > That with)tÜ8 proviso his «im nuptials will dead heatrwitu the millininm. That a notorious jumped-np Groper family have quite settled the State Governorship question. That dear papa is to step into {^Lawley's * shoes, throngb 'Ome influence. - That the lenJyhar to the billet is a fish- like taint concerning ' & very-mach-alive concubine. That Ö»e "emannbrances" might also have a playful- habit of demanding admit- tance to She* Vice-Regal revels. . ::: - :t.. » - That the echoo&ouses on the Swan River Valley account forpneumonia among the añascara, , j , Thaébetwee&MialamJnnctíoD the headteocners* hovels smell like bilge tanks. , That Sqneerstbe Second ia too much em- ploye...

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BLACKSMITH BULLY COMMISSIONER GEORGE. A RAILWAY AUDIT RAGE. Spencer and the Spitfire. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

fraser ad^épttes^ *ben "Black Goose" George waa ap- pointed Commissioner of Bail ways we pre- dicted bia steer- unsmtafoitity for. the .posi- tion, not onlysoalaceoonltif fas ignorance^ ti e duties, but that in oar «pinionhe was so manifestly Jacking in tact as to brine his high ofilce into oontempt and the ridicule of his aubordinatea. It was expected that as soon as the "scrap iron" commissioner had felt his feet he would- be restire <b exhibit the many great abilities <¡-he baa.1 recently been accused of possessing . and show the copyright methods he has of dealing wi th large bodies - of <meh. S» ^inquiries, %B leant, have been searching and his judg- ments more or lesa unfortunate, but as they principally affected the weak they have been meekly borne. On Wednesday last the **fierap iron" magnate secured his first rebuff, and itcnlminatedln a most disgraceful abd much to be deplored : exhibition of tactless ness that «imply Jbeaxa, out our prophe...

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TOM MOLLOY. Snubbed by Justices. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

TOM MOLLOY. " v » Snubbed by Jastíces. Yesterday Tom Molloy received the snob he deserved. He turned np at the City Police Court to take a seat on the Bench. About half-a-dozen other J.'slr. turned up at the same time, and finding that the irre- pressible Tom vras determined to act - ibbe , Dogberry, they ©"eiiberatelyj. -tamed-away- ; and declined to sit with him. They Wfc; the nuisance to himself, and as it was new*- ? c ssry to have two justices for one of the «ases listed, the policé had to go hunting shoat ' the town to find a Jay Pay who did not mind this humbug's defilement.

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MRS. HALL. Weary of the Trial. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

.. IRS. Ä. ----. wear7 am im. ' ADELAIDE, SATOKDAT. , When Mrs. Hali got borne last night ase said they "would never drag her into she box again, no matter what the cnnaeqoenca might be." She said abe was worn **nnv There is no doubt, however, that.aha witt again face Sir J, Symon on Monday, i * : It is stated, and the Authority, is cood, - that not only will the orespotidenfe ; ' defence be a complete denial, but that he ivjll call the witness who will prove that ort - half-a-dozen occasions he is said to have , committed adtaieeiyàt Medindie -hie waa else- where, and could not have been »ear the house. . . . :

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LATE SPORTING. VICTORIAN RACING. VICTORIAN CLUB MEETING. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

WE SPORTWC. VICTORIAN RACING. YICTORIÄB CLUB lEETIRG. MELBOURNE. SATCBDAT. Tiie "victorian Club held a race meeting to- day at Caulfield, bat the showery weather affected the attendance, which was- only Jain The fields ware* small, bat backers had a fair day; aa- four first favorite« got home. Mr. Jim Wilson's Carnage mare Seolnsion won- -the XJlab Handicap in* a canter. This-is her tiu^sncceesive victory, and after the race abe waa, hacked for the Caulfield Cup at £1,000 to £40. Mr. Herbert Po wer won the Trial, Handicap with Athenie, thia being his first win ainee^emwee captured the Mel- bourne Cop for him in 1899. Details : : * ' TE1AL HANDIC AP. . Of 100 aova. Five furlongs and a half. H. Power's Athenie, by Pilgrim's Pro- gress- Athata, Syn, ^.10 {Arm- strong) ... ... ... ... Î MïssWinfljBor, Sr., &12(Elan) ... ... 2 A. Millard Ora, 8.6 {Comber) .. 3 . Others--Lance, Comedienne, Babbles, Mowbray, Gold Letters, and K.K. . :. j Betting: 3 to lagst Athems or Bobbles, i 7 t...

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BOULDER RAGING CLUB. GUP DAY. MOVITIATE WINS THE CUP. BOULDER CITY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

BOULDER RAGING CLUB. GUP DAY. MOVfflATE lfi~ THE CUP. iJOUtíDEB CITY, SATURDAY. ? The second «Jay ot the spring carnival, : vader the auspices of the Boulder Racing :Club^mmencod to-day, and as was antici- pated there was an immense attendance on the course this afternoon, tits enclosure hoing packed: Universal praise was given by all for the perfection of the arrangements and the beautiful condition of the course and grounds, which, with the fine weather, will 'make the Boulder Cap Meeting this jyear remembered as a red letter day in the racing history of the State. The history of last year*« race was almost repeated "in many particulars. Sport Royal went ont at evens for last 3 ear's, event, and . this tune the odds were 5 to 2. LaBt year the unnoticed Kilt stole up on the outside and won by a neck. This year the public favorite had ta bow to the nnnotioed Novitiate, who paid a dividend of £10 mater ¡than that credited to Kilt. The knowing division war« this, year quite outof the ...

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MELBOURNE NOTES. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

?'. . ;>.?. MELBOURNE, bATOTPAX. J 1 The Derby colt Loyal made many friends I by the slashing style in which he won at [ Fiemigton last Saturday. He was not ; thought to be forward enough to win, but he simply demoralised his opponents, and ! though he was eased off at -tbs finish he covered the seven furlongs ina tick over 1.29. Loyal is a commanding «ott with Smooth action, and should stay, sq that the Melbourne Cup Appears tb be within his > reach, and he should trouble the best of them in tiae Derby. Despité their fadure last Saturday James Wilson is taking Homeward Bound and,War-i-an to Sydney, and the latter should improve on his run- ning-io Loyal. Free States in Scobie*« stable won the Welter Babe nicely, and though he may not be equal to winning the Derby, he should prove useful in handicaps. Footbolt and Strata Florida go to Sydney nest Wednesday. Webbs has been sold to J. W. Lyons to be shipped to Westralia shortly/ ' Wakeful goes to Sydney next Thursday, and: wiU p...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATE SPORTING. W.A.T.C. NEW YEAR'S PROGRAMME. STAKES INCREASED BY £1,000. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

ill li^TiG. ~ -?-?-:- 1 ; PÇ0GRÂ1ME. STABS «C^EISEB BT £1,000. ? Sportsmen always look forward wita keen auncipation for the publication of the WIA-X-C's -New Year'i programme. The members of ¿he parent club had a 'general meeting a few days ago, and, thnwlrn to the. courtesy of Mr. E. CD. Keyser, the genial secretary, we are able thus early to pnbUah e. few facts regarding the scheme then drawn àipfort^efourdayg'nïcmgtobeheldduringthe Christmas and New Year holidays. To say the least, this new programme should go a long way towards further popularising the clan in this and the other States. The stakesfaave been increased by close oa£l,000. The principal alterations are detailed j below. ' Tau Terth Stakes, a weight-for- j ¡age race .ron oa the first day of the .campaign, hu had the distance increased ¡ from one mile ¡and » furlong io one mile and a quarter, and the prise hais been increased from lOOaova. to 175EOVB. The Karrakatta Stakes, for two-year-olds, takr?s the place of the ...

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SUBIACO v. SOUTH FREMANTLE. EASY VICTORS FOR SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

SÜM0O f. SOUTH FRMMÎLE. EASY VICTORS TOR SOOTH. Th«, ï-ïhird. ^m^itíb^i^,,^^^^^:. IËir*-j manäe*änd Subiaco.'*tSító'r&r.'^í;p^é8ént'í: season tookjplaee~yesterday afternoon;-.on. the &or|h.- í^mnntíe^JÓiral,:. .Sonth m¿S| tereijBöoüä^r bnt eväehtfe ^&bja^yinen' bad -xáred ^otígtí for rB02,^fe^ey*Íboim? ttCGced -with only 14.roen-a. big iiar¡dic£.p. 'The goma needs little: description. JSonth "?wvsb the tass, and'kicked Willi thé wind. The jfirst jjnaVter .yielded them 21; points to j Îâui>jârâ?êïa3^ ?Brittani {2) and. Morten- soor-' iag tha ifmajorj?."-, Sotifhoo resurohigjoon tuíucd to hold the ^vantage.Afterdates and BrHtíia^'had^^da^vgóUs^r Çentb,. Bowen sn0i^ded.;in:doing the' needful ;fc¿r Subiaco, f .Sro^^Wf ^ st htdifHr.'er ôri'Îtsôming; píá>^c3ii^ueá"of " :. tbe.slow, ted^ísca«r*et«;-BÓ^and**odge 'Vbattling for ^játh^i^^oon^;Í^.,Sñb:aco. * . In ânjtl ^taw^^S^^'-^^^-'^^iecsK.. ' huX UOMÍCÍÍ? 4%y';.-3»4'.íuihy uiances they' .only added íW|j^Í¡rat$...

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