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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

Telephone No. 313. LEVINSON & SONS Under the Patronage of H.R. t. The DUKE OF CORNWALL and YORK. Manufacturing Jewellers, Watchmakers. Opticians, &c. 167 & 169 BARRACK STREET, PERTH (Formerly of Ballarat). BUY FROM THE MAKERS AND SAVE MONEY. AVOID DUTY AND MIDDLEMEN'S PROFITS. Country Orders promptly attended to. £010 STUDS, FB0M 5s. COU BROOCH 5/ C0L0 WATCHES FROM £2 IOS. SU.YE8 WATCHES FROM £1. c^S = TZ ll £ Only at LEVINSON & SONS. Any Article made to Order. ALL GOODS GUARANTEED. Repairing done.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

. Irtstatitte, Haj-àtcétii. 'Iftscrasmon invited ' " iití. SPRAGtíJf wiii riwli à: Pöbln, '."-.3Ï9L ^ééSSenri the ï^wadeTnia^tSan ÏSmnnig/ Lady ^fjcágw and Hoir She ÖAOJKDAV, MAx* 3. A« 8 P.M. . ..^4.*';-*;;". ??^..H«j^^ij|!1^;'^i^«^c^ra^- , ? |£ fj' Î< ^fäfj^^:>V^^*;!* '12 CHOICE jj^^^¿it'j^P||^^ XSBSR VALiîiîrnjB PBOI^TIÇM T-¿?'- " \ '? '. wall» ;? ?}: :^:f. %t ' sotó Í^PB^H^Á^ FRANK J STVfftf iP&fflE; .AUCTIONEER. rr_ AMÎMPOÈTEB MÓBKal ' Ir^ments and ïïltings, . , Of 422 WLLLIAM STREET, PEETH, Begs to inform his Patrons «sä the GètteridU Musical Pubb'c that m a Few Baya be wál ] be Opening Larger Premises at > - 315 . WILLIAM-STBEET, PERTH, As a Musical Instrament Warehouse. Inj bis absence an assistant wiH be in attend- ance. He, therefore,, hopes this' will be j more convenient to MB ola Patrons and in- ? tending new ones. : ORGANS. """ORGANS. PIANOS. PIANOS. PIANOS. Owing' to Removal in a Pew Days to j better and more Central Premises and | Arrival of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

~D ETmiNG rom BUSINESS.-Large Sale JZli Wines, Spirit«, Teas, Cigars, an J Lager Bean. B&laaee of recent phipmén te, inchiduig 900 cues Geo. Hyde Whisky, case ; Old ' ScotchBulk Whisky (Watson's), SSs. frallon^in bottle or ara; 1Ö0 cases Pilsner Lager Beer, 7s. 6d. doz. quarte; Stanley Brewery Aie, 7a, doz. ; Colonial Wines, P rt, Claret, and Sherry, 18a. can; Devonshire Cider; Foreign Cigars (Marc Aurel}, 13s. Cd. box; finestiCeylonTeas,m 51h. I boxas, 7s Sd. Ali orders giren must be for cash I only. Telephone 534. Inspection invited. I . SI36 *n4- 13S BAKRACK-8T. (T«V *S, r vvzrÓBfA PARK ¿*í...'*?>.-.... ; ÏIVER3IMLK 2iXJBSERIE|. : ^ ? TTAVjE IN.¿nxX3K¿-V«ut"-ïteaB pf^ all XX varieties, worked on the most approved stocks; true to name. Grape Vines. Rosee all x-arie ties. SEEDS-Agn cul taral, Vegefr abb and flower, all leading and most approTad varfefiea. Reliable Agents wanted, sod ti» Trade Sapplied.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

* BONEDUST. BONEDÜST BLOOD MANURE. It is admitted that the only genuine j article on the market is that manufactured ¡ by HOLMES BROS. and GO. Samples and j prices quoted on application. Foll weight and analysis guaranteed. We desire to notify the public that parcels of Bonedust and Blood Manure are sold by other firms, and represented as our manu- facture. We wish it to be distinctly under- stood that we hare NO AGENTS. Clients can depend upon obtaining the' genuine article only by application to any of our branches or head office, Fremantle. HOLMES BROS. and CO., Premier Butchers. V IT AD ATI 0. Has cured snottier . sufferer who had been a martyr to Constipation and Liver Complaint for 20 years. ' Mr.-Bath's experience may be repeated in your case. Mr. W. H. Bath, who has been a member -and office-bearer of Wesley Church during the last 20 years, and whose address, is 102 Lygon-street, Carlton, Melbourne, writes as follows:-"I suffered during tile last 20 years from the effects cf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

Sole Agents-MILNE & GO., William Street, Perth, :_? ' ~_---3-.-.-.-.- ; '" ? \-:_._? : ._ ? 11 ' j-I TTÏ ff Cipi.ONE " WOVEN WIRE FENCE ls se called Because it Sweeps al1 before it. .Toe UYOlJpÑE TENGE nay be built any height, any strength, any nu mber of cables, any spacing, any style, and at any price. The .CTQDLOÑB FENCE is horse high, bull strong, pig and sheep proof, absolutely and always. It never rusta^ never slacks, is 'T^^i^T^y^^^^.-y^'^^n^V' TTa m"t"*»y rfngfa lino. fenring. ' '' ' * The CYCIX)l^."rriîNCE js bnflt^f ^vanised Bessemer steel wire cables and crimped pickets. It is woven on the ground, and iswiokibbtoalyt^ '-;v^'wm^W^à^ms^s'OHAPPUCATION TO ... , » . C£C^I&X.XSS SOMMERS, FexiilL. / J- . ^¿¿V-.».- \:!.-/- Sole Agent for Western Australia» ' . LEG8mi&TlVE COUNCIL. J. Your VOTE SUPPORT. .-i VGIB tfor ipaiGHT j^istríbution of Seats. 2 Heótoral Befonn. . 3. One Adult One Vote, 4. ATb^tion of the Siidiag Seale. 5i .Shop aud Factories Acfcí.v, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

Business Announcements A. WILSON & CO., . . . HAY-STREET, PERTH (OpposiU Weidenbach's), . And HAîOff ANS-STREET, KALGOORIIR . . GEHt.'S TAILORS; MRCÈRS, AND HÖSIEB& Are Now Just Opening Up Their NEW SHIPMENTS of 'WOOLLENS, TWEEDS, SERGES, AMD DRESS SUITINGS^ Also NEW STYLES and FASHIONS of AND ALL WEIGHTS LN Including the Celebrated DB. JAEGER'S SPECIALTIES. HIGH-CLASS TAILORING EXECUTED ON THE PREMISES. AMERICAN BOOTS A SPECIALTY. WATERPROOF COATS and CHESTERFIELDS in LATEST FASHIONS. SES OUR WINDOWS. JUST A MINUTE OP YOUR TIME, PLEASE ! To remind you of how well we can serve you in one particular. We have made a regular study of at least one subject, and the Values we have to offer you on that account are just what you should make it your business to look into. Our Special Subject is BOOTS and SHOES, Best Quality, Lowest Price. Try Our Gent's TAN or BLACK BALMORAL, 7s. lld. " " Gen£* BLUCHERS, 4s. lld. " " 1Ä TAN OX SHOES, 4s. lld. " " Lacks' BLXCK BAR SHOES, Ss. l...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

Special Advertißemeiitß. Condit and Launder, FASHIONABLE TAILORS, HATTERS AND MERCERS, . 412 Hay-Street, Perth. .. Latest Selections of Kew Season's Goods Just Opened, ALL KINDS OF HATS MADE TO ORDER. DRESS BUTTS A SPECIALTY. ON A LD J. CHIPPER, UNDERTAKER, Hay-street, Perth, and at Hannan street, Kalgoorlie. Tba Most Up-to-Dato Funeral furnishing Establishments in the State. The Latest Designs in Wreaths, Domes ind Crosses always on hand at both establishments.. HARLES - COULSON, Undertaker, 108 James-street. FUNERALS Supplied and Conducted at . Moderate Charges. Telephone 422. Crystal Gafe Restaurant 867 HAY-STBJSHT, PERTH (Opposite the Bon Marche). T. D£W, Proprietor. " (Late of Albany). . Railway " Men,. Remember your Friend during the late Strike, and Patronise the'] Maa who steak' to yeo. ALL MEALS» ls. First-daw Beds and . well-Tontdated Booms from ls. fid. to jZa, r^er night. The Crystal Cafe has no rirai in the City fdr dean li naas' and Civility. " " ' " ' ' v . Inspection...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

J. J. ASHMAN, 158 Barrack-street, Perth. WHO£ESATJB MANUFACTURER GUTTER RIDGING, * DOWN PIPES, TANKS and TINWARE. . HEBE RASSMÜSSEN'S ALFALINE HERBAL REMEDIES. ALT ALINE RHEUMATIC PILLS. Guaran teed to cure Rheumatism, Gout, Sciatica and Lumbago. Boxes, posted 3s., fis-, 12s., add 23s. 6d. Valuable pamphlet sent free. ALFALINE ASTHMA AND.COUGH PILLS. A .wonderful remedy for Coughs, Colds, ! Consumption, Bronchitis, Influenza, and1 Asthma. Boxes, posted 3s., 6s., 12s., and ' 23s. 6d. ALFALTNR LIVER AND KIDNEY PILLS cure Oostiveness, Indigestion, flatulence, Heartburn, Wind, Biliousness and Head- ache. Boxes, OKE SHILLING. ALFAT.TNE VITALITY PILLS aro a cuaranteed cure for all Nervous Disea- ses, Weak Spine, Brain and Nerves, Poor Memory, Tired Feeling, Melancholia, Spots before the Eyes, eta Boxes, 6s. and 12s.; courses, 23s. éd.; spécial powerful co arses, 43s. 6d. ALF ALINE UNIVERSAL PILLS areapermanentcure for Wasting Diseases in Women, Anaemia, and a perfect Blood and Nerve Tonic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

I BUY FOR CASH AT HIGHEST PRICES KANGAROO, WALLABY, OPOSSUM, ALSO WOOL, BIDES, TALLOW, SHEEPSKINS, GUM, Exe Etc ESSEX &Ï4 _9 FRÇI|ÎIA«TLE* SOLE AGENCY IN ^ Undoubtedly good stufi. Write to Gharies Hormann for Parücukrs and T^stimonials KENSINGTON PARK Wai be OPEEEB SHORTLY !'" AMB ^SB1^ISZ3BSEE> BAOSOOtTBSBi BrtfflKive ImjsBoveuaents bi Hand. j Furtber Partwofcr* with Date of Opening '. x - ? ? - * Wanting Later. ' J DAVIS & HERMAN, 104 Btfrack-ßtreet. MEMBfiRS 0fc WA TATTBSALl'S^ TURF GeftonssiON AGENTS. COMMOSSïÛ&S EXECUTED ON'ALL E VEMTfr-THEOUGHOUT THE GöitMONWEALTH. TJ2LBO&AM8 MUST BE REPKST ÍAID. BEÍ3T BBANDS of CIGARS, and T33BACCOES. |lLLEfísLiE CIGAR DIM, 38ffiHAY-STBJBBT, PER/EH.. JC«LPMÏLLim MossUèr /Victorian. Club, SgßxxB% tattersalls, W.A. Tattersalls, Albert. Club, London ; Sue- - '. oeaaar to Bob PbiUIj^, Biecates- gofamiss^one OD.' ft LL COMÍJSG. ! BRENTS OVER THE WORLD.. ! Tak^gamssinust be Reply PaicL. Nc-RepJg Ino Seajneaa, BeBt...

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HEN-ROOST ROBBER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

HEN-ROOST ROBBER. J. Harris, of the Queensland Contingent, was court-martialled yesterday at Fremantle. He was fined 14s. and sentenced to 24 hours' solitary confinement.

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

THEY SAY That a Lord High Government auditor patronised a "Palatial" Gretna Green a few ewvenings ago. That having primed the amorous finance fakir with fusel, they married him by Scotch (whisky) law to a barmaid. That the best "Mann" and Stockbroker ''Sandy" ran a dead-heat for the first kiss. That while the "bridegroom" was finan- cing for the fitz, the "bride" bolted to her native fastnesses. That the "honeymoon" is to be continued in our next. That the reoeutly-married medico is in no hurry to liquidate his "red-lamp" liabilities. That a sensation is pending in which love epistles and pawn tickets will figure vol- umniously. That Minister of Works Bason can re- cover his top hat by ringing up No. 9, North Fremantle.           That how and when he lost the topper would set his friends violently thinking. That "Ping Pong" O'Neil and his staff   masquerade daily in the potentate's stove pipe. &nbs...

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MIDLAND RAILWAY. PENDING PURCHASE. £1,000,000 OFFERED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

MIDLAND RAILWAY. ___     PENDING PURCHASE. £1,000,000 OFFERED Whilst the Government, so far as visible effects are discernable, has done nothing to remedy the terrible defects in the manage- ment of the State-owned railways and, in- deed, seems a party to the continued dis- order, neglect and extravagance that there prevail—it has not been idle in its   negotiations to relieve the Midland Railway Company of its financial embarrassments and responsibilities. Our readers will re-   member the findings and the evidence in the report of the Select Committee which re- cently sat to consider the position of the Midland Railway Company in regard to its contract with this State. It was found that the railway was not only a libel on the term, with its defective rolling stock, dis- graceful carriages, rotten bridges, dangerous sleepers and rails, and general dilapidation,   but that the original agreement with Wes- &nbsp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
DEFYING THE LAW. CONSULTATIONS OPENLY DRAWN. "Murrumbidgee" and Sweep, Tickets. KALGOORLIE, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

DEFYING THE LAW. CONSULTATIONS OPENLY DRAWN. "Murrumbidgee" and Sweep Tickets. KALGOORLIE, SUNDAY. To-day's Sun publishes an exposure of a sweep drawn publicly, under the noses of the authorities, by a person named Stewart, the sweep totalling about £359 weekly. The Sun points out the injustice of allowing this sweep to be conducted while others, notably those of Charles and "Squash," have been stopped. The result slips of these sweeps are printed and distributed openly in Leonora, Gwalia and district. Stewart is also accused of allowing "Mur- rumbidgee" to be played in his saloon for tickets in the consultations. The attention of the Commissioner of Police is to be drawn to this breach of the Act, as the local constable winks at the practice..

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THE HEAT WAVE. WATER FAMINE AND TYPHOID. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

THE HEAT WAVE. WATER FAMINE AND TYPHOID.   KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY The heat wave continues. To-day it was over 100 in the shade. The continued hot weather is causing a water famine, and is responsible for the prevalence of typhoid, of which there are over 90 cases in the Kal- goorlie Hospital.

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE RAILWAY FREIGHTS. A GOLDFIELDS PROTEST. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

THE RAILWAY FREIGHTS. A GOLDFIELDS PROTEST.   KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY The increase in freights has raised a howl of indignation throughout the Fields, and   the Government is being severely censured for making the increase on the best paying line in the State. Every public body in Kalgoorlie and Boulder is protesting in strong terms against the iniquity of making the Goldfields pay for the losses on the other lines. This and other acts of hostility on the part of the Ministry is making them very unpopular here.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SERIOUS MINING ACCIDENT. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

SERIOUS MINING ACCIDENT. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. A man, unmarried, named Prouse, was severely injured at the Great Boulder mine this afternoon by a cage which fell to the pent-house. He is not expected to live. ____   Our Melbourne correspondent wired last night:—The colt Bean Hampton has been   sold by S. Miller to a W.A. sportsman,   and left on Wednesday by the Pilbarra   for the West. Marconi has also been sold to go to the West.  

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CABLEGRAMS. TRANSVAAL WAR. PEACE PROSPECTS. STATEMENT IN PARLIAMENT. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

CABLEGRAMS. ____         TRANSVAAL WAR. PEACE PROSPECTS.   STATEMENT IN PARLIAMENT. LONDON, SATURDAY. Mr. Balfour has stated in the House of Commons that both Lord Milner and Lord Kitchener have twice conferred with the Peace delegates. Lord Kitchener, at the request of the delegates, agreed to grant them facilities to have representatives elected by the commandos, and to hold meetings for the purpose of considering terms of peace. Lord Salisbury, in the House of Lords, read a statement couched in identical terms. This statement created an excellent im- pression in the lobbies, in the city clubs, and in political and business circles. The election of representative delegates     is interpreted to mean that a tangible basis for peace negotiations has been arrived at.  

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PRESS ON THE PROSPECTS. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

PRESS ON THE PROSPECTS.   LONDON, SATURDAY. There is a consensus of opinion among the newspapers that the Boer leaders in the field are convinced that their own scheme of settlement is impossible. That they are earnestly engaged in con- sideration of peace proposals without an armistice is interpreted as signifying that they do not anticipate any mandate to resume the struggle. The Telegraph says the leaders brought no plans to the Conference, and that they only sought official assurance regarding the future of the conquered republics, and that the   British plan of restoring them to their farms would be carried out. This assurance was given.     The Standard suggests a consultation with the object of satisfying Lord Milner that the delegates were able to pledge the whole Boer community. The Times and Standard agree that it   would be premature to assume that the Burghers representatives will decide to sur- render, but...

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THE BELGIAN STRIKE. FIRING ON THE CROWD. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

THE BELGIAN STRIKE.   FIRING ON THE CROWD LONDON, SATURDAY. M. Vauderville, addressing the Socialists in Brussels, urged an attitude of quiet on   the part of the strikers. He hoped that King Leopold would personally intervene   to terminate the crisis. The immense gathering resolved to con- tinue the strike.   The Socialists outside the residence of M.     Schollaert, the President of the Chamber,   rioted and stoned the police. They also attacked the Catholic Club.     The civil guard fired upon the crowd and five of the latter were killed and 12       wounded, some fatally. The streets are barricaded, and the mili-   tary authorities are maintaining order.    

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WAR LOAN. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

THE WAR LOAN.   LONDON, SATURDAY.     The Consols Loan has closed covered   twentyfold. The larger applications will be allotted,   less than 5 per cent, of the respective amounts applied for. The new scrip is at a premium.    

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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