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SWINDLE IN RIFLES P. P. CHEESE AND THE RIFLE ASSOCIATION. HOW THE GOVERNMENT WAS HOODWINKED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

SWINDLE IN RIFLES f. P. CHEESE MD THE RIFLE ASSOCIATION. ?OW THE flOÏÏBKIEM WiS ?O0»ÏDI£ED. The National Rifle Association ol Wes- tern Australia is a high-sounding and com- prehensive title for a body which was or- ganised and created br one P. P. Cheese, whose offices, a« the advertisemente disclose, wen at Perth Chambers, Hay-street. The association was started in a cart-before-the horse fashion, coming <into existence before there were any clubs for it te control. How- ever, onoe Mr. Cheese bad got the associa tion wefl under wajr wi tb aaimpodng array of patrons' and viee-patroos, presidents and vice-presidents, comprising about fifty cf the leading men, he started to form clabs which would belong ; toVt^sssociatiun, and wrote to sometemos ^firiiieh aad^thing to dp with the association andtoM 4fcèra upon what terroBtäieymlght V>eteomem oommunïcaj^ wiÄ the clubs,be«tatedihat 1 heSaâ^^iôràanâsbCfm^a; bet be would jä&'j disclose wte»*^ supply nS«^^ j 2s. 6d^ ...

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

Warft ! Whak ! Whak i TO teach jon""*' next lame i send yon jaw lioso rot tay nair net to let them palm off rubbish on yoe. Remember, ifs apety like thia ; ¿Whait, A whak, oh whak, oh wbak, oh whak, whak.^ Now, then, when yon 'want to sit down »mi can't, yönll think of Doxo. A new venture of great publie interest fe the effort wbioh is about to be made to break down, the old-time rule of. selling bread by the loaf instead of actual weight. AB Will be seen in our Susana ; elsewhere, such an effort is to be seriously * made at once at the City'Marketa. XBB suujtct is one of vital ami paramount im- portance to everybody, and we cannot too» strongly direct attention to the adverttee tu<*nt» .The compound known as Faulding's Milk « Emulsion is an admixture ot cod JiveroiE and hypophosphites, and is an invaînabî» remedy for coughs, colds and consumption. . Hundreds of testimpmals to its efficacy caa be seen at Messrs. Faulding andCo.'s, Mur- ray-street, and those wishing to giv...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
For the Farmers. RURAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

RÜHÁL TOPICS Bain badly Deeded. Some eoatbero districts have bad t< mach.- .. Early sewn crops look promising in son districts. This sod the following month are anxioi , times for the farmers. -fi . . Owing to the lateness,of the antamn nins there is a smaller area under cere -Í culture than was intended this Beason. ï% Fallowing and breaking up, new lan % should be the order *f the" dayi Moue % . spent in Ibis work-at the present"'time wi yjg "epay the farmer.. ,. - 1Slain crops of potatoes should bê ' plante without delay. .Early BOB«. Beautv , Hebron, Breeze's Proline* and B owns Bivi (Tasmanian) should beirrren a triai, j In localities where facilities exist Tor irr gation advantage should be taken oí then and with a littfe labor a vetara caa fcc ol terned w^^o^^psttU8i%90 per cen: over a crop not irrigated! * ~ . * * . : ..;:ÂU-ike<ànÏJet species ara ^matsrfrlty in UL-'*. MtlÄ^^i * ' ' «»pwwouB year is copied in globo. ITh: ia a mistake. Too mach considera...

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

B Y 42? JLLÁ. ! J. Be present session is to be prenne in legislation, bot what the quality of tc may be, is another thing. Legitlitioa goes through ; without adequate debate, because the Opposition «re so weak in that respect, and tue legislation which is introduced does sot receive the searching criticism whieh is expected from the Oppusition. New prin- ciples and had principles, instead of being hammered, and analysed, and scrnti inseq with persistent «are, are laughed at, carped at, and allo wed to po. . The Hoase commenced on Tuesday by finishing off the Administration Bill, the Public Notarás Bill, and the Explosives Billin half no rime, j They stuck at th? Elementary Education 'District Boards Bill, in committee, and fought oat the question whether the boards ? should bp elected or appointed. The Pre- mier in his inconsistent democracy wishes to have the boards-appointed, because he says that the. elective system has been in. vogue and failed. Mr. Beside claimed that j the sys...

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

FÄÜLOiftGS MILK EMULSION ...or... . Cod Xii ver OU Ar HypophospMtes. Invaluable Remedy for Coughs, Golds, ? ." Consumption, .. ? . Sold by All Chemists and Storekeepers in Wáák = Hundreds ot ïestîntoruaJs, copies nit; jrhkb can be seen on application to 'ii'"'! : W, m FAUÛMJSîG * CO. * " E cc SPECIAL ABSOLUTELY 53 W HT UNRIVALLED. Sole Ageats-MILNE & CO., William Street, Perth. No. 10.1 Glenoran Whisky I No. 10, Th© PTTEEST ICALT WSÏSItrr ScotOaiid Produoes. TpHXS WHISKY is Guaranteed tbe Sole Unblended Produce of the Ord Distillery Company. 3Sa,UJLJb¿ OF OiEiVIX BOSS-SHIBm MOIR'S ?HtyiBtS5,-> , , SOLE AGENT« , . EDISON AND ^âÉ^ 'jUklS^, BYKAtó)S, MOTOBS, CABLES, ARC LAMPS, and I ELErCTRICAIi FITTINGS IM STOCK. tankine's Patent Feed Water Filter and Grease Extractor. MACHINERY : INDENTS EXECUTED. "?- " i . ' ' ", .? - v . . and Undertakers. 185. PIER STREET, PERTH. * S - FUNERALS AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL CLASSES. X * ' WREATHS ALWAYS EM STOCK. ¡8 TsTEPHoire S08. PaiviTt TELE...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MOVING A RAILWAY BRIDGE FIFTEEN FEET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

MOVING A RAILWAY BRIDGE FIFTEEN FEET. NE of tiie greatest feats .in the \/ history of the Peninsula rail- way took place shortly after noon on Sunday (May 26), when the big span -trestle bridge at New Brunswick, Pa., was moved 14ft. 6in. in the space of ¿min. 48sec. A slight delay on the part of engine Ko. 7 at the East ¿Brunswick side ef the Raritan River made the complete time when both ends were in satisfactory position :2min. 55sec. This feat bas never be- fore been accomplished in the history 'of railroading, and prominent officials, 4 THE BRIDGE THAT WAS SHIFTED. -^engineers, and the representatives of seven railroads as far west as Chicago, j -were present to witness the perfor-j manee. To eight stationary engines, desig- nated by Bambers, was assigned the task of moving the steel structure , FottroTthese engines were on floats in 'the Raritan River, and thé other four were upon the adjacent banks. The -task was more difficult, since the large drawbridge over the Delaware and...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CURIOUS EFFECTS OF SUM AND MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

CURIOUS EFFECTS OF SUM AND y MOON. It may not be generally known that the light of the sun and moon exer- cises a deleterious, effect on edged tools. Such, however, is the case, for knives, -et&,. assume a bluish color when- exposed for some time to the light and beat of the sun, "the sharp edge i disappears, and the tool is ren- dered useless until it ls retempered. Purchasers should, therefore, be on their guard against buying tools, table knives, and such like from retail dealer^ which for «now purposes have probably been exposed for a more or j less lengthy period in the shop window i I to tiie glare of the ann. ' The service- ableness of tools acquired* under these conditions is generally attributed to Bad Material or inferior workmanship. - A similar prejudicial effect has been exercised by moonlight, an ordinary crosscut saw having been pat out of shape in a single night by exposure *o the moon, lt is also an undoubted fact that freshly killed beef, if exposed to the ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CAPTURE OF COZZI. BRUTAL BLUDGERS OF THE BROTHELS. IMPORTING MAIDENS FROM ITALY. SAD STORY OF ASSUNTA SPAZZIANI. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

CAPTURE OF COZZI. BRUTAL BLUDGERS OF THE BROTHELS. IMPORTING MAIDENS FROM ITALY. SAD STORY OF ASSUNTA SPAZZIANI. A little ever 12 months ago, we published a series ot articles dealing with the social   evil festering in this State, and which was then, and is now, more particularly rampant and unbridled on the Goldfields. We pub- lished circumstantial details from the lives   of victims to the rapacious greed of the lustful monsters who thrive on the business       of Boult and Pandar. Some of our readers were shocked and many were incredulous; but the authorities ignored the evidence we gave of the regular trade in importing girls from Europe—especially from Italy and France—as sacrifices to the Moloch of West Australian lust. In consequence of our warnings passings unheeded, the shameful traffic has gone on flourishing—if such a term is applicable to so foul a social upas—and the fair Marinas have forfeited their virt...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CHAPTER XVIII. THE ISSUE OF THE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

': From the moment the ¡revealed die group ot scbool-giHs due-j Sered about "Bella, and listening while] she read. the.story. of Cinderella to; them, everybody kiaew.that the rJfair j was gofog^ be a jsjÈgB^ ." .'A bie, » palpable hit!" said Sjr Charitas boughton, as he «ame off the. stage and encountered my lady Stenn-i ing in the wings with the proaptrbook: ia ber left band and her face all alight witb iexcitement. "You've made t^e thing > howling success, Lady jCTna, and everybody's amazed, at it-every- bodyf fin front,' I mean. I suppose we ought to talk shop' at a time lilçe this. ;. "I .suppose so," agreed Lady Uní, smüingly. You are all doing so well that Fm absolutely proud of you." ; "leay, if« going ripping : isn't itf chimed in Captain Fitzroy, sauntering up. "Cis Hartwell just" peeped in to say that he never saw anything better, even at the Lyceum. Isn't Ethel-Ï should say Miss Lynton-playing Naomi splendidly ! And as for Miss Maliisoa'« -Bella, ; why, it's simply cli...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Our Sunday Serial.. THE.. MALLISON MYSTERY. BOOK THE SECOND AN ENGLISH DRAMA. [COPYRIGHT.] CHAPTER XVII. HOW THE PLAY BEGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 August 1902

OUR SUNDAY SERIAL       THE           MALLISON MYSTERY.       BY T. W. HANSHEW.         BOOK THE SECOND   1 COPYRIGHT. J - j CHAPTER XTIL j HOST *HB Pt*Y B»SA3í. rarma half-past eight by all the clocks and watches at Thetford 3Vmers-half-past eight, and the night and honr.were bera. *-".'.-, , Jtefore and behind the curtain of *be mimic stag« all was bastle and ex jpeetatioQ. .A -atring band of twenty ^players were discoursing., a brilliant ead to the.other of tl* Êo*er-hnng, 'Joweftêeentod, light-fllnjoinèd picture gallery-where the' play was W lie jjlayed-tbere^rere brilliant -toSettee, hrighrfa^^:flaslu^ jewel^ the rustl iogNol yrograjanies, the auto of sniiee «nd the tinkle of happy Behind fthe «senes my lady reigned anpreme, «nd was.» tower of «treogth «nd reaflcroefminess,...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MISSING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 August 1902

MISSING FRIENDS. Below we gives list bf the missing in Ans tralia, compiled from the latest English, Mah and Scottish journals. Any person j who can/give information concerning those j wanted is kindly féajrested^to «endpartiçn- j lars to tí» Editor of Tas' SUNDAY TUBBS, Pertiu Tüe intelligence -will then be.for- warded to the paper in which the enquiry Chest 'appeared.Particulars aboold fae sent as briefly as posible, plainly written on ene side only of the paper. A "stamped ad- dressed envelope" must in all cases be Bent for reply :- ' AtJEXiKDEBilianraVuee Harrington. Was j last beard of from Waverley, Sydney, in J 1897- " \" . -;' ? ^ -~ ^-:.r-i ' BÖOBKE (Felix),of Gloucester. Last heard i of in Sydney about 16 or 18 years ago. . ; V Donosos {William John). Last beard of i în Ballarat in October, 1^ J ' i^OKO^ 1 SjmtbAnstndia. Write tnisoffice. -.?>.-..' r.j Ifta» <tjïw^-^/->=* ? .r#'?. ' .¿¿f1' -ii^GjBïBÔSB tMiss Angines,maiden name). LeftDnblin ab^ HEKTDEESOIT...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
EARL AND ACTRESS. DIVORCE COURT STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 August 1902

EARL AND ACTRESS. DIVORCE COURT STORY. In the London Divorce Division Si J?. Jeane bad before him. the petitioi .of Lady De La Warr for the díscolo üon of her marriage with Lord De Li Warr on the ground of adultery am ?desertion. The snit was undefended. The Hon Alfred Lyttleton, K.C. who with Mr. Atkin appeared for tb 'Countess, in opening the case, saic 'Lady De La Warr petitioned fer th« ^dissolution of her marriage with hei husband on the ground of his Desertion and Adultery. Lady De La Warr was married in 1891, and of that marriage there had been issue-a daughter born in 1893, -another daughter born in 1897, and a son born, in 1900. Before 1898 Lord "De Le. Warr/s infidelity had brought the relations between the partie* to the verge of rupture, but in 1898 Lord . De La Warr became involved in finan- cial and other troubles in connection with Mr. Hooley and some of the companies with which he was after wards associated. Lady De La Warr saw it waa not the time in which to leave L...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 August 1902

I BUY FOR CASH AT HIGHEST PRICES KANGAROO, WALLABY, OPOSSUM, Etc. - ALSO WOOL, j^DES, TAJJLÖW, SHEEPSKIN^, GUM,- Exe Chartes. Hormann, ffffgfe^ mr war* ram UMEUB, »*. IM* at STONEY, itawj SOIE AGENCY IN WA for THORNLEY « Co/s TKOND0»* Concentrated Food for Horses «nd Cattle. Undoubtedly good staff. Write to Charies-'Hsrmaiin for PartkoUrs and Testi&rapials ?H. HENDERSON, IRONMONGERS « and SPORTS DEPOT, BARRACK STREET. * , £ a. d. D.B., B.L. Gun, 12 G., HOUIB ... 7 10 0 D.B., B.L. Gun, 12 G., J. O. Mayne 5 10 0 DB., B.L. Gun, 12G.,Tholet Arms 6 10 0 D.B., B.L. Gun, 12 G, Pieper ... 4 10 0 D.B., B.L. Gun, 12G , Pieper ...3 0 O S.B., B.L. Gun, 12 G., Hollis ...fi 0 0 S.B.,B.L.Gun,12G., J. O. Mayne 4 0 0 S.B., Bli. Gan, 12 G., Tholet Arms 2 10 0 S.B., BX. Gun, 12G., Pieper ".3 10 0 R.B., fi. L. Gun, Martini action _2 10 0 B.B., M-LGon, HOOÍB - ... ... 4.10 0 D.B., M L Gun; Tholet Arms ... 2 0.0 S.B., MJvGun/fflollis ... ... i s o 6iB.,JM.L. Gun, Tholet Arms 17 6 ítÉKLES -303 IÍB...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING RACING FIXTURES. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 August 1902

RACING FIXTURES. -SEPTEMBER. 1,6. 8-A.XC Spring Meering. 3. Moonee Valley B.C. 3,6. Boulder B.C. 6. Victoria Amateur T.C. % 8,10,13. A! J G. Spring Meeting. 10. K&nojroa R.C. IQ. Maribyrnong B.C. 10. Northam Race Club. . ll, 12. Yalgoo IMstrict J.C. 13. Oaklands H.C. 16,17. West Kimberley T.C 17. Mentone I\C. 18. Mallina B.C. 20. Findon Harriers H.C. 2ft. W.A.T.C, G. F. Elliott Benefit Meeting 24. Epsom R.C. 27. Fremantle H.C. 27. Melbourne H.C

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
[?] MADE HIM LAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 August 1902

- Ha ti» ! I*aaSj hsü hal help, faa* ha.1 L ha ! ha ! think, ha ! ha ! of, ha ! hal- the, ha I ba. ! gooo^ ba ! h\ 3 DüXO, hui hi » f£r has, ha r ha i Morie, hal hal iny¿ faa i h 1 ha îhaic, ha«%aïl i»3 ¡i §; 7..

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAGES ON THE GOLDFIELDS ARBITRATION COURT AWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 August 1902

WAGES ON TSE GOLDFIELDS ( AMTEiTIOB tXICBT AWABD. , dodge /Moorhead, «s Preeiacat of the ! Arbitration Court, delivered the following I eward in connection wi tb the wages dispute on the internGolo^dsi-Tbeniinintum : I rate of wages which shill be paid by the j employers respectively *o the persons *«nr ' ployed by OTch e^loyer 'ia the .capacities ! nodermentionedisas follows ^~ Rock drffl men in shafts, 14B. 4d.perehift. Rock driU men incises,13a 40dy.perehiffc. Bo<^driUnieniin sU pa^s of tbs mines, 13^ 4d. per shift. The men to be held jointly and severally responsible for tl» breakage of tools or in- jury to machinery. Miners, 11s. fia. per shift. Brakemen sad pl&tmen, Ils. Sd. per shift, Malloekers and shovellers, 10s. 6d. per shift.' ? Truckers, niling and trucking, 10s. 6d. .per shift. Truckers from shoots, 10s. per*bift. . Men working in cyanide vate, "11s. Sd. per shift. Timber men working : together and di I rectly in charge of, and responsible to the ! u...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE TOTE SHOPS. ANOTHER RAID. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 August 1902

MBiÄ MID. The members of the detective and police force, under the direction of Detective Kavanagh, have been keeping a watchful eye all thia week on the varions known gambling saloons in town. They say that . they have closed BrnitítaMst'a *'»te^a^ooa np, and if they succeed in domg rbis abso I lately they deserve the best thanks of :.tbe.. eommonity. ? j Detective Kavanagh and Ms staff were knocking about all the forenoon, watching ? how things were -going, and see'rjg three men eater Mr. ravie?' saloon, lOlBarrack stzeet {bon Herman's), they quietly strolled in after them, watched them making teen? bets, and then arrested them and the young man who was running th© bueineiw. The lour mea wOI be brought before tfce Bench "'?[-. on Monday. They were admitted to bail

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A MILITARY SENSATION. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 August 1902

cations of » general Bohemo ol Sonmanian mobuÏBatâon have been stolen from the military archives. -A Bulgarian efEeer; impposed to nave been instigated by Bnssia, issnspectedof the theft.

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S[?]DDON'S BRITISH TOUR. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 August 1902

LONDON. EAX0BSAT. i ' Mr. Seddon turf bis family are attending the Code Exhibition, end are the guests of tb« Lord Mayor. . ?. -. . - -;

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KENSINGTON PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 August 1902

KENSINGTON PARK RACES. The JLensington Park Turf Club was favored with beautiful weather and a. good attendance for the meeting yes- terday. The ex-Melboarne galloway Mick, by Maina-lenore, won the Rivers- dale Plate in good style from Bunny and Eos. In the Pony Race a protest was enteredsgainst the winner, May Queen, for crossing, .but after consideration the stewards dismissed it. Details : I JUMPERS' PLAT RACE. Seven furlongs, j A. Peters' The ertag, 8.13 (Hamilton) '... 1 A. Kirkpatrick's Chesterfield, 9.9 {Glee- son) . ... ... - 2 S. Johnson's Twinkle, 8.0 (St. John). . . . 3 Others-Eps and Aurora. Betting; 2 to 1 agst Eos,'Chesterfield, and The Stag, 5 to 1 others. Won by four lengths. Time, L«T HACK RACE. Three furlongs and a half. R. Hancock's Capstan, 8.7 (Owner) ./ .... 1 A. Waites Shooting Stai,9.S (Hamilton) 2 % Doherty's Reflex, &0 (Cartwright, )... 3 Others-Frog, fiarry, Melbourne, and Snowflake. Betting? 6 to 4 on Shooting Star/ 8 to I agst Capstan or Frog, 7 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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