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RAID ON TOTE SHOPS. A WELL ORGANISED PLAN. 77 Punters Nabbed. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

À WELL ORGANISED JMS. , xae pouce, learning tñafr tney were geing, to get a showjcg up ia these columns on Snnday witt reierence to. their past inert- ness in regard"; to tte suppressing of tote shops, took thêjOpportUnity of forestalling our article hy making a Well planned and* ..fairly iuccessM raH yesterday. The article <aá.í.?3rb>aata which>ap-:^ pears in our sporting columns, was printed i before the raid referred pt was made. ". At a few minotespast 1 o'clockyesterdayaf ternoon i Detective Kavanagh,: in whose hands the j raiding of the^gambling "den was'-' placed, had - his army of police in readiness. Two cabs.! left the Boe-s^teet 'loek-up full of-':d:ed tectives and pbhc^en, one went^ Earrack jstxéet and the other around Wellmgton street. . Mr. Kavanagh accompanied 'the cab that went Up Barrack-etreet, and when ittiiroslinto Hay-sjr^ hurst's " JJè'\^.ï%BÎi^mià:'bâcë'r iiîopïhê and his allies marched right in. T^ men in plain clothes had already been in the...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SYDNEY RACING. TATTERSALL'S CLUB MEETING. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

: ÏÂTTÊRSâLL'S CLÜB^MEÄ. STONEY, SATÜHDAE. The nice meeting tinder the auspices of the Sydney Tattersall's Club were a great success to-day. The following are the i results : HUSDIJS RACE, two miles.-Guda!, 1 ; | Rose 2Say, 2 ; Wager, 3. TRAMWAY HANDICAP, sir furlongs.-Bac- carat, 1 ; Gréât Scott, 2j Myall, 3. HAMPDKX STAKES, one mile and a furlong. -"Bob" Phillips' Abundance, 7.8, 1; Glen- ore, 9.4, 2 ; Sir Leonard, 9.0, & WELTER HAÎOHCAP, one mile.-Kinglock, lî Noble Lady, 2^ Rose Petal, 3. . SPBIKG HANDICAP, one mile and a quarter. -Cyanide, 1;; The Maine, 2:; Uneasy, 3.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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NEGLECTED FARM MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

NEGLECTED FARM MACHINERY To prolong tito life of agricultural ma- chinery and implements should be the desire of every farmer, and, doubtless, it is in some sort of way, but only a few take the trouble to look after the equipment of their farms in a proper manner. It is not nuusual to see Eloughs, harrows, rollers, scarifiers, &c,. sft out in the paddocks the whole' year round, - and even expensive reapers and binders, complete harvesters, or strippers, are sometimes allowed to take their chance ia the open, subjected to all bindi of weather which, of course, causes the woodwork co Rapidly Peteriorate, V and the metal to become rusty. A great percentage of agricultural machinery and implements rot or rust out, intntead of be- coming worn out by the work for which they are intended, and in this way farmers annually jose huge sums of money. The majority of farmers cannot afford to pat np expensive sheds to house their machinery and implements, but structures consisting of roug...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Horticultural Items. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

Horticultural Items. ' Artificial manare, when applied in a dry state, should only be used in damp weather. Lady Charles Beresford when once asked to name her favorite flower said "Give me crimson roseai" It is said that soot water, clarified and well diluted, is. an excellent thing for syring- ing chrysanthemums with in the evening. - : Failure of wood to mature ia autumn may tie often due to .«wring cultivation *oo early, as it is tb cultivate too late. This is espec iallytroq of trees heavily loaded witiLfrnits. In the vicinity of Niagara faHs there is a : wonderful pear tree, which is nearly fifty . r jears old. It is of the Bartlett type. For »ore th&Ä 25 years it baa produced from sis to ten bushels of pears annually. Daring the past 25 years it has borne 200 bushels of fruit. . Dr. Henry, the great traveller and plant collector, believes that there are many plants in Western China as yet unknown to British gardeners that will prove treasures when they are introduced. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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GEESE—HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

Bï J- J. MTJOE. The true species of geese belong to the j genna Anser, sod nani ber about twenty varieties. Anser fems the origin of mast of our domesticated breeds, is a, bird of very . wide range, being found in most European countries from Lapland in the north to Spain and Bulgaria in the south, and throughout Asia to China, but does not seem to have bees found in Japan. It is the in digenous bird of the British Islands, and in former tunes bred'freely in the fen and marshy counties, where the young were caught in large numbers and domesticated with the tame flocks, The wild goose gene- rally hud from six to seven eggs, the nest being made in reads or heather. Under domestication the Greylag goose has in- creased in egg-production and size, while the plumage has become lighter in color, being more or less marked with white. Varieties of Geese. The varieties best known in the Com- monwealth are : Toulouse, Embden, and African or Cape geese. The other classed varieties that are Ves...

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

npHE '^VO$^;for Jîritwh ; Grills. Sop i pe«, Oyeteni, ànd:3Sffia. Wülian». . rstreet, , between Hay-street )uaâ .Salace .fioieL ¥ A T%LTHPI H^r»ll>\7 ' Manufactured by J LAIN i ntiKul IxTOZZI,FLORENCE.ITAI,Tr¡ M--^^MM---AD Invaluable Preparation for the Hair. ' PURELY VEGETABLE.-For SÏRKNTHEïSING and RKSrORtNG , the BAIR to site tiaiairal Vigor. Preventing Decay, Eradicating Dandruff 4> and Scarf, tad t&orau^y tfteanBmg the Scalp. . v- Sr «fi j "*0Kg TKIAL WILL CONVINCE. VEGETABLE OINTMENT (Tozzrs). A POSITIVE CORE for Inflammation of the Byes, Sandy. Blight, Granulated A Lids, and SORES OE ALL KINDS. 1 § Reprasentativea pf the Firm arenow Visiting Different Parts of the State giving Sj Free Trials of LANTHEKBY to Anyone Desiring to Test il« Efficacy. J HEAD DEPOT FOB WESTERN AUSTRaLTAs TOURIST AGENCY, ROYAL ARCADE, PERTH, B. ROSENSTAMM, 425 BARRACK STREET, PERTH. -io: HARNESS, * . PORTMANTEAUX, RIDING SADDLES, TRAVELLING BAGS, SUNDRIES, ETC. WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE-KING S...

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FOOTBALL AUSTRALIAN GAME. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. PERTH v. NORTH FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

' AUSTRALIAN GAME. -, > YESTERDAYS E^ESUMÏS." t PERTH i^ÄH FREMim : There waa an attendance of about 2,500 people on the Fremantle Oral yesterday afternoon-to witness, tile meeting of the Perth and North Fremantle teams. The weather was a triño ton warm for football and blowing. The North Fremantle team was minus the services of their crackv rover, Witchell, who bad the inisfortune to break one of nis anna during the week while, tram: ing. Lang, however, a Strong ruck player who was ordered to stand down for the pre-, vious Saturday's play; took his place ; while' a recruit from the Healqy Park Juniors, in Sumpton, did service for North for the first time. Perta had a stronger, team than that which did battle against East Fremantle * iaslj Saturday. Tom Whelan and Randell taking the places of Bandy and Thompson. For the -firae five minutes ;the play was very even. Lang then got an 'opening and pat it *o good use by kicking, the first goal of the Jay. North returned to the attack,...

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

<qriHE INDEPENDENT ORDER OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST FRATER- NAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. Boes Isla Assurance on Monthly Stipulated Premium Hs*. MemberBMp,.ie5,0Ô0. Do- ing Business mFaar Continente. 000,000 already paid to Widows and Orphans. Pay ing now; to Widows and OrpEajBs £1,000 parlay. - Accumulated Funds, Cl ,000,000. Incorporated by Special Act oí Parliament of Canada, and under Government' Inspec- tion in Canada, Great Britain, and the United. States. ' Didy Registered in West Australia, and . Deposit of £10,000 made w th State Treasurer. Gives Life Assurance at-Lowest Bates compatible with safety and permanence. Head Office : Surrey Cham bars, St. George's Terraoe, Perth. THEO. B. LOWE, Manager for West Australia, OBOHHVÍTKKHA, M.D., J.P., S.C.R. Tor. onto, Canada. Bankers : West Australian Bank. Telephone 1058. R. ÏIETH, DENTIST, BROOME and KOKEBY ROADS. ^ , Telephone 702. Corner ('Fees.Moder**«. Business Notices. Orange Lily, Thei GENUINE and*0RTGINAL CURfiríor A...

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SUNDAY SHOPS. CHARLES II. ACT. HOW IT WORKS IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

CHARLES ll. ACT. The -present ^.mípÍBl|«típo^^ .the Sunday ohservaaoe J*w\ is -in tact, if not in intention, a«ystemof petty per- sécution perfectly intolerable to the sufferers ami disgusting to the com- munity at large. If tne See^vernmentreaUy-ijeSeve that their poetical salvation is deoeoj dent on the goodwill-, |if tb^-extreme sectfen ol the ctaqry¿jb is $ifficolt to understand why tbeyso uof fully «ara thai . goodwill *»y «^«ing-athe. .whola h^,"and> snlmittiog the citizens of. Sydney to the foll ' rigors «if * Barritan donday ; for the .présent hitw-inisa, method of administering jtheAct can no more satisfy the bigoted ; Sabba- tarian to whom Mr. See is weakly pandering than it does the general public, and it ought to occur to him that between the two stools be may ' easily meet * A Political <Ssi*ato*rrjh.e. Certain it ia that the manner in which i the obsolete Sunday <Cío<áng. Act is ! being administered .4^ the police, andi the injustice...

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BOADICEA AND CO. A LESSON IN WOMENS' RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

A LESSON IN WOMENS' RIGHTS. The impeling of the statue to Boadi ceaon Westminster Bridga adds&nothcr to our already too nntnèrouB national memorials tjf - warriors*"Bi^glit^r. per] cent, of the public statues of the United Kingdom are' memorials of fighting men, while some of oar greatest poets, painters, philosopbore, philan T . throptsts, and mea of science have never been commemorated at all. What greater proot can we -havß of lite indif- ference of the British public , to men of light and leading and-their aämira iâon for professional slaughters? She fact is that the instincts of lite majority of Oar People are Brutal : : They revel in stories :of deeds »f blood and they care little or ncfching for the records of the lives of mea and women who nave devoted their genios to un- ravelling the mysteries of the universe,.. to solving the problems of life and r mind, or to bequeathing to ns a coble heritage of immortal song. The resur- rection JÂ Boadicea ria .the popular, ima...

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PERTH TO CUE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

' PERTH TO CUE. ¿By OOH THAVBLÜOÍG CtoraÉsPOSbEXT. I next arrive at Day Dawn, a min- ing town of about 2,000 inhabitants, which boasts of several hotels, news agents, and other places of business. There are two banks, ono of mod, the j . other ofiron, a disgrace to' the instit -stations they represent. The post office j ¿s oné of worst delapidaied buüings I ¡ ^have seen in my travels and- is the j laughing stock of all the visitors. The j .council chambers is a neat building, «bot occupied with a disobliging clerke but à very courteous mayor, Mr. Goonan, J.E. - - The ooancü'fi finances i vjaxe ina healthy condition, there being ] a substantial credit balance tu each of j -the fonds. . The Italian quarter of the j town is in anything bot a good> sani- tary condition. The hovels the Dagos j - occupy are in a filthy condition, and, ] in my opinion, should be condemned, or ; -sooner or later an epidemic of typhoid j - or worse will beintheplace. I visited j - the great Fingal mine, a...

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

. IZ BEf YOUR FEET DRY. « , ?-JQt Try a pair of French's solid leather Boote made on the -J- premises at leforni prices. Strong , Gent's Derby Bals, 9s. 6d. Calf and Kid Bals., 13s. 6<L Satín Calf Bals., IDs. 6dL Military Cossacks, 7s. 6d. « Strong Bluchers, 5s. 6d. t Genuine . Watertight ? sHeavy * Bluchers, 10s.'6dl, -wear 12 , : : nionths. Strong W.T. Bluchers, *ïs. 6d. , Repairs Cheapand Prompt. £ FRKftCHS, 276 Marrav-screet, Next to WÎIkam-street. . U JL L TILLY, HAY M Chemist, B. MAKTJTZ, Safe Xauafiïctarer and Kxper* "Gus and 'Ijock Smith, 13 ' WTLLfAM-STRKBT. PERTH« Í FÀOTOBT : BABKIX-STBJEKT E. J. RODOREDA, AUCTIONEER »nd ESTATE AGENT, EAGJÄ CHAMBKES, ; ' . 408 HAY-XTREET, PERTH. AUCTION MALES of LAND, HOUSES, HOUSEHOLD FTJRN1TORE, Etc., under taino on the «tost Reasonable Terms. Acooant Sales Promptly Rendered. OSWALD LDEMAMIEL&GO^ AUCTIONEERS, _ LIVE STOCK SALESMEN. House, Land, sad Financial Agents. Anetten ¿Sales Conducted m Any'Part ol -.? ".Ute'Stat...

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CABMAN COOPER. CITY COUNCIL CONTROL. INJUSTICE TO THE JEHUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

UU0ST1C8 TO TP IEEOS. That general disregard of law and eater tary mle which characterises the higher j departments of the State has taken fnU poe- ! Bession, or, to" be better understood, SB the j prevailing mood «af the Berth Municipal j Council Nb nutter whether it fcc in the j council as a whole, or in its sectianal dH visions «anomoHttees, it ia aU either feverish j excitement and action without rhyme and reason, or a wprebensible laxity 4ar mora culpable than ordinary lawrteaaa. Perhaps few of our raedera will fae interests ta our cabmen, bot ns the missionariee would tell j us, even au ordinary jehu has a «oui to save, and tne cabby has just aa much right to'j common |netíce and fair play as any other | citizen. But the townoouneUlors do not,! apparently, take these facta |nto considera- ' taon. - It is fromthe Town Council,through] the officers appointed for the purpose, íüüt j the cabmen receive their licences, and in'the ; issue pf these, if we were to cite aU matárteos ; ...

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CYNICAL SYNOPSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

"Alistine venal crowd."J Justice Housman is leaving os on a holi- day trip. - Labor market ia Sooth Africa already gieatiy congested. The most násnamed «asa ta the Hastie. He k a« VBT in baste. j Tbegnshahwrt the Prenkm'Conference in Tinnflcm isgetting thinner. Toset Linton talking on ext is tte way *» ausgast people with «rt. J How is it Cootel Albany floods tîH l Nesbit^ Of Adelaide, seem« to be a sort of antiquated .South Australian David Cann- aco.. 0^ of horrors ¡ and tragedies. There must be another ? comet about. The Drayton Orange wquiries intensify the horror-a* the treatment reosived by die homecomingsoldiers. ? ? r, ? U *B woodada! how well and healthy IMwawl^tes: apyara in hi* porirmfg. This isacomptuseatloniodernart. They, must be earnest .and, omniverous readers in Queensland, TheyvauppoW lt . 7 *0» 'ÀushbîiBati'^ÉDaàt 'ioSroalB&VS 4hat unionism is weak there. * .Ti» Boer generals wera défíghted with 'ih*-:ÏBa&'-<àaVmiWto 'He^ahook hands with...

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

Spécial Advertisements.; Condit and Launder, . AiZH«y-Street,Perth. . lAtest Seîecôonsoï New Seasons Goods Just Opened. ALL KINDS OP HATS MADS TO ORDER. DRESS SUITS A SPECIALTY. CRYST AL C AFE RESTAtlBAHT i 11» ? _?',. I 887 HAY-STRBBT, PBBTH \ (Opposite the Boa Marché}. ? ? ] T. bcWt~^oprt«top. - J ;'V ' - {Late of Albany). * Select Ladies» Dining and Retiring «BOffls1; fast Added; ab» Smoking and Beading' Room for Gen fieme*. , ALL MEALS, la. First-olaas!Beds and: weU-ventUated Booms from ls. 6eL to 2a. çnr night. .- *?" The Crystal Cafe has no rival in the City for Cleanliness «nd Civility. * Inspection Invited, J ? DONALD J. C HIPP SR» UNDERTAKER, ftq. Th« 01o>^Undertaldnc Fimin^^<5% - <CßA WJPKLYjCfae BeeiPON£B^E0ptr> MENT' Snitahle to any'awi every V.cfe»l' ;J&er*flat»ia»d-atf^ a&mid of the charges, as t>, J;C-fis prepared ^ eatisry the Semaod of the huiobleflt. Address:: 618 HAY-STREET, "PERTH. : , ' TEL. No. U7» MONBY MOKBY MONE...

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The Sunday Times SUNDAY, AUGUST 24, 1902. SHIRKING RESPONSIBILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

SDHDAT, ACGFÜST 24 ,1902. . J 3>sspm¡ his fads sad bis folliee, too frequently exhibited as an index to Ms funeral character, Mr. illingworth' at tàpw rises , head and shö above his «^peem in t^e Assembly. On ooraempos h^ of 'perception andean intuitive dis Bis speech .tí» second.réadïnçpf toe B^w% A^ Amern Bal, delivered last Tnnrsday night, w»s; excellent in its lucid graspof the situation, and its recognitionof tíie vital principles involved |n .tíje^prp;: posed changes. Above all does the speech deseryg corarnaidation for ita enthoajastic assertion of the ali importance ot the eleroent of responsi- bility in Government At ames 'one almost heard: in Mr. Hiing worth's ntterances the echo of the speech-of tiie great Edmond Barke when, speak- ing on Pariiamentary reform, that statesman Baid: "It suggests melan- choly reflections, in consequence of tho strange coarse we hare long held, that we axe no longer qnarrellùuT «boat the character, or about the coa ducfe of mea, or tiie te...

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

Nückel Frames, 4s. 6d. pair. Some of these are orate canal to those 6old for £1 ls. a Pau- WOpticians. 'Cases foréame,8d. to each. Posted any Part of Slate tor 3d. extra, i ? CHINA aad. CBOCK&B>Yv Splendid Selection of Best Quality Semi. : Porcelain, stamped with maker's name. Bed room Sets, from 13s, tSd. to 25s., 6 pieces, full size, . Dinner fiete, 54 pieces, from 43a. to $S&' PlatéSi from3&,M. dos. Soups, from 3a. Sd. doz. Cups and Saucers, 4s. fid. doz. Dishes,, Vegetable "Dishes, etc China Tea Sets, 49 pièces, from 2lp. to 40s. Wàite and Gold Cups and Saucers, from oe. dos. to Cs. doz. SCRUB BRUSHES, from Sd.' each, &a LEVI GSEÉN; MCBRAY-SIREET, PERTH: - DEMONSTRATION iSSWIMlOS CRICKET W. PERTH. PERTH. PERTH. PERTH. MONDAY, OCTOBER 27,1902 CYCLING, FCOTR ACING. ' . MOTOR SACING; %LOG CHOPPING, LOG HAWING, PIRE BRIGADES' OTMPETTTIOSS, £250 DDI7C MAMEY £250 £250 "Kilt fflUllLl. £Z50 ¿. ^Wf CROFT, Secretary. ' Green's Chambers, Hay-st., Perd. AD...

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VERSE—AND WORSE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

"To cheat thee of a sigh, Or charm thee toa. tear." i -MOORE, j Albany "wire : "The tag which left here for Fremantle is ¿till missing.'* Why not j get the detectives to watch the racing visi- tors in Kalgoorlie? . . . . i&cited paterfamilias rings ap Exchange : ..Give me23456, please-Dr.--Tieg a- ¡ ling-tiDg-tiag. "is that 23456-Dr..-*s?* ' "Vee; what is it?" ''It's a confinement j case, doctor. Can you come round to my I honse at once?" "No, I regret I'm very! busy, very busy, this evening, hat ring np ' Doctor Hackett-"-Rings off. . . . . ThebUle four-year-old son of a Boulder miner who, with his family, had just re- { tn roed from a two-year's Stay in the dry ! and dusty mulga country, ran into the ] parental camp io great excitement last1 week. "Mother !" he lisped, ."look at the ' funny stuff falling on the roof.9 The j '"flamy stuff" was ram 1 m * . He is the soe of a very well-knowu..hu8if'i ness man of this district. In hisi " early infancy his mother died, and bis ...

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LOOK NEARER HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

j LOOK IfEAREK SOME. j y Br DBÏBBÔWÏE. ; vvneuyou vegivenoeteBtatiimBiyto^ afar, '\,.' ?"' .. When jouVe advertised ea generous deed, - ' ; When your shy and modest nature's boomed in many a daüy par - Cast your eye upon a> nearer-pressing, need. " Lay down the long-range telescope with wbich you vie w distress * Beyond the atomy Bight's expanse of ' foam, ,'. For though you may io doing so be lauded* somewhat less, « Your charily is needed asarer home True it is that widowed-women' weep in» Kembla far away, Whiletbey who eaxB^ed! the bread lie star and cold, But just as true it is in-stony-heartedi The cry for succor drownä'-äüv clink of goÉL Thc up-to-date Samaritan the autant poor' assists To gain the praise that rings to heaven's dome, .. ? ? forgetting, as he scans the public contribua 1 tion lists x The charity that's needed nearer home. Hell pay for marble monuments for decom- posing Queens, While his sick and needytieighbor friend- less lies; - The paupers on their pallet...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. "Constant Reader* {RedbourneV-School- j masters and operators are debarred from accepting outside employment unless they \ haye the consent of the Minister. ' "J.v?,<V' {Perth).-See .answer to "Con- j stant Reader." "J.D.J?'-(1% It is not possible for a draw to occur without the loes of any -men. Â win, however, can be effected. (2). Hcmi (toil qui mal y perist. "DonbtfuL" Beverley.-Under Sec 77 of 'Workmen's Wages Act, 1898," you can demand your wages from A and B, and if . the samo remain unpaid for three days you must within seven days make a statu- tory declaration, under the Act and serve the Same on the party for whom A ami B are contracting, and thereupon ali moneys due and thereafter to become due and pay able to A and B will be attached pending the direetiob of the court in which your claim is beard. You then take proceedings in the nearest court against A and B, and having obtained judgment you apply for, an order f or payment of amoun...

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