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AUTUMN CARNIVAL. THE A.J.C. MEETING. VATIGINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

AUTUMN CARNIVAL. THE A.J.C. MEETING. VATICINATIONS. The A.J.C. Autumn Meeting will be con-   tinued at Randwick to-morrow, when the piece de resistance will be the Sydney Cup.   The acceptance this year is much larger than last, and therefore it will he very surprising if a greater field numerically does not go to the post. Wakeful heads the list with 9.7.   and her brilliant performances certainly en- title her to such a heavy impost. She is a   very brilliant mare, and if she can only be held back to her field she will certainly make the best of them wish that they had been       Foaled in Another Hemisphere. Last year she ran third with 7.10 up, but   what sort of "nummers" were in front of her? San Fran and Australian Colors, both     with the feather-weights of 6.12 up! Any-     body who knows the first three letters of the ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ADELAIDE TURF HOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

ADELAIDE TURF NOTES           Our Adelaide correspondent wired yester-     day as follows:--Although fields will be   smaller than usual, the gathering at Oak-   back should provide interesting racing. A week ago the ground was as dry as tinder, but since then four inches of rain have fallen in the hills, and if the weather clears up now the course will be in fine order fo     jumping. For the Hurdles Holkar, Lord Roberts, and Lily's Secret are the favorites, and it is hard to see what is to beat them. Scutum has recovered from his mishap siffi- ciently to start, and he will run promi- nently. Plympton, in the same stable but differently owned, is also to be in full com- mission. Respond has done some fast track work this week, and the south-eastern sportsmen are very keen about Con- ference. None of the others, however, threaten danger, and ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BUSINESS NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

BUSINESS NOTES Messrs. Splatt, Wall, and Co. desire to draw the attention of the public to the fact   that they have just landed one of the largest shipments of American Dunlop   Tyres that have yet come into this State. These tyres they are placing on the market at the low price of, for covers 18s. 6d., and for inner tubes 7s. 6d. These can be ob-   tained from cycle agents throughout the   State, but if any difficulty is experienced in procuring them, application can be made direct to Messrs. Splatt, Wall and Co., whose address is corner of Hay and Pier streets, Perth.   Messrs. G. H. Cox and Co., the Common- wealth Circle Agency, 285 Wellington-street,   announce elsewhere in our columns that they   are agents for the latest and most approved   makes of bicycles, etc. Those who want a good machine or want repairs done in a workmanlike manner should pay Messrs.   Co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
JARRING JARRAHDALE. CLERK OF COURT CAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

Not many weeks ago the SUNDAY PRESS drew attention to certain irregularities in connection with the Jarrahdale Post Office, which has had the effect of causing improve- ment in the apparel and civility of the head "Serang" there. The postal inquiry was a   mere farce, as it simply resolved itself into a masonic wrangle, in which masonic docu- ments were surreptiously shown to the inspector, which had reference to a charge made against a "brother" of being the author of a certain article headed a "Jarrah- dale Jackanapes." which appeared in the   SUNDAY TIMES, and which charge ended in the postal potentate and "Masonic Mag-   nate" being censured by his brethren and the accused being honorably exonerated. Now if the officer making the inquiry were   a "brother" he should not have been de- puted to make an official investigation into   the conduct of a member Of the Same Society,     &nb...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
For the Farmers. [THE SUNDAY TIMES will be glad to receive from its country readers, for publication in its agricultural columns, voluntary contributions of practical interest, which will be used with or without the names [?] the writers. Such communications, embodying the results of personal experience in farm life in any of its branches, great or small, with the sessons suggested by old methods or the moral taught by new experiments, will prove instructive and valuable. Any farmer who has anything of interest to say relating to his vocation will be welcome.] RURAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

[THE SUNDAY TIMES will be glad to re- ceive from its country readers, for publica- tion in its agricultural columns, voluntary contributions of practical interest, which   will be used with or without the names of   the writers. Such communications, em-   bodying the results of personal experience in   farm life in any of its branches, great or   small, with the lessons suggested by old   methods or the moral taught by new experi- ments, will prove instructive and valuable. Any farmer who has anything of interest to say relating to his profession will be welcome.]   RURAL TOPICS     "There plenty sows the fields with herbs salubrious,       But scatters many a baleful weed between." Speed the plough. Weather unseasonable.   Keep the scarifier at work. Constant stirring of the soil increases fertility.   ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LETTER FROM CAOL. A PRISONER'S COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

A PRISONER'S COMPLAINT The following letter has been delivered at   our office. It has been written by a     prisoner still confined in Fremantle. We publish the lettter, without comment:--     "Permit me through the columns of your valuable paper to call the attention of the public to what seems to me a case of in-   justice, or at least of undue severity. The following are shortly the facts: A man   named Alfred Beck was charged at the Fre- mantle Police Court on the 3rd inst. with a breach of the ticket-of-leave regulations, viz., being absent from his place of abode after hours. To this charge Beck pleaded guilty, but informed the Bench that he could give a satisfactory account of why he was out after hours ; but the Bench would not listen to him. The Bench, however, paid considerable attention to Detective Lynch when he volunteered a statement to the following effect : 'That in company wi...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PRESS CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

PRESS CRITICISM. We take the following from the Northam Advertiser, the leading agricultural journal in the State :--" The Press must be vigorous in the discharge of its duty, as an indepen- dent discharge of public duty is the only legitimate method by which the Press can possibly hope to secure the confidence and support of the people in whose interests it primarily labors. Public men, and those in responsible public positions, must be pre- pared for honest criticism. Criticism is the penalty which high officials have to pay for the eminent positions which they hold, and the greater the individual responsiblity the more searching and the more trenchant will be the Press criticism which they may and should expect. Publicity is, we assert, the     most effective method for securing good government and maintaining purity of ad- ministration. Publicity has a moral force, and when the Press does its duty by Exposing Public Wrongs and abuses, it exercises a pow...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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HINTS FOR THE DAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

HINTS FOR THE DAIRY Never send milk from a newly-calved cow to the factory until after the seventh milk- ing day.       The suitablity of milk for butter or     cheese making depends to a great extent on the food the cows consume. Various foods have the power to taint milk through the strong-smelling volatile oils which they con- tain passing through the animal system       flavoring the milk.   The normal temperature of the cow varies   from 100deg. to 102deg. F. When the milk is in the udder it stands at this temperature. When the calf drinks from the mother it takes the milk into its stomach at that tem- perature. Hence, follow Nature's teaching, and never feed cold or sour milk to young calves. The milk when in the cow's udder, practically speaking, contains no micro-organi- isms. This is the condition in which the calf, as well as the butter and chee...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE PIG. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

The Pig. Professor Henry, of Wîsconsin, in ''Feeds and Feeding," gives the following advice as to weaning pigs:--"Pigs are generally     weaned when from seven to ten weeks old. This is best accomplished by first removing the two strongest members of the litter to a separate pen, and after two or three days taking away others, always choosing the most vigorous, until all are removed. Under this practice the milk-flow of the dam will gradually diminish until it ceases. Many breeders allow pigs to wean themselves   --a result reached without difficulty where they are liberally supplied with palatable nourishment at a side trough. When the pigs are weaned they should be placed in groups of not over 20, care being taken that the members in each group are of the same size. Where large numbers of pigs of vary- ing sizes range together, the weaker ones are at a disadvantage at the feed tough, and are liable to permanent injury from lack of feed and th...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES   A BRANCH of this BANK is now OPEN at LAWLERS, East Murobison   District. W. M. MCCULLOUGH, Manager.   Perth. March 24, 1902. Business Announcements A. WILSON & CO., HAY-STREET, PERTH (Opposite Weudebach's), AND HANNANS-STREET, KALGOORIE         GENT.'S TAILORS, MERCERS, AND HOSIERS, Are Now Just Opening Up Their NEW SHIPMENTS WOOLENS, TWEEDS, SERGES, AND DRESS SUITINGS. Also NEW STYLES and FASHIONS of           WINTER MERCERY AND ALL WEIGHTS IN WINTER UNDERWEAR, Including the Celebrated DR. JAEGER'S SPECIALITIES. HIGH-CLASS TAILORING EXECUTED ON THE PREMISES. AMERICAN BOOTS A SPECIALTY.       WATERPROOF COATS and CHESTERFIELDS in LATEST FASHIONS. SEE OUR WINDOWS. MONEY HENRY SEELIGSON & CO. Weld Chambers, St. George's Terrace. MONEY Immediate Advance...

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ROBERTSON AND MOFFAT'S. A VISIT OF INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

ROBERTSON AND MOFFAT'S A VISIT OF INSPECTION ___ Through the courtesy of the manager, we   spent a pleasurable time inspecting the ex- tensive premises of Messrs. Robertson and   Moffat in Murray street. A casual look at   the outside or even in the window gives one no idea of the vastness and magnificence of the stock within, so passing into the first showroom we found ourselves surrounded by handsome furniture. There were to be seen   solid walnut sideboards, ash, and ash and maple bedroom suites, American insect-proof cane furniture, solid walnut hall-stands, cutler desks in oak and walnut, sewing   machines (by Frister and Rossman) being fitted with the new vibrating shuttle, the   Latest American Invention in easy chairs in solid oak and walnut, up- holstered in the very best fancy velvets.     Passing through to the furnishing drapery department, we are shown a magnificent s...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

The MacLaren's English Eleven and the Australian Eleven left for England by the R.M.S. Omrah on Monday. The teams did not have a long stay in West Australia as the mail steamer only arrived in the morn- ing and resumed her voyage in the after- noon. During their stay, however, they were accorded a reception in the pavilion at the Fremantle Oval, at which the Acting Premier (Mr. W. Kingsmill), in the absence of Sir Arthur Lawley, occupied the chair.   The chairman, in a happy little speech,   in proposing the healths of both the visiting teams, voiced the sentiments of the majority of those present when he said that though West Australia was no infinitesimal portion of the Commonwealth they had to some ex- tent been left out in the cold in not having a representative in the team, and that only a fleeting glimpse of the players could be obtained. His remark that they should   demand that the Australian team should spend some time in this State wa...

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[?]OWING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

ROWING   The Fremantle Rowing Club are well to the fore with their preparations for the   Jima regatta. Club donations and trophies   of a valuable nature are coming forward freely from prominent supporters at the   Port, while the membership list shows   most encouraging expansion. It is confid- ently expected that this year's aquatic   carnival will be one of the most successful gatherings in the annals of the club.

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A POLICE COURT PUNCHIN[?] [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

A POLICE COURT PUNCHINELLO   I'm the chief metropolitan beak,       A Solomon weary and weak ; When in judgment I sit   I aspire to the wit   Of that long-defunct humorist, Leake. My long-winded wearisome views     I inflict on the victims of booze,     And heaven help Scott       If my clowning has not     A prominent place in the News.           My drollery dreary and dry     On the frail and the feeble I try ;         But I'm seen at my best When my jokes are addressed       To the chows and their cherubs, "By cli !" * * * *     Anti-gambler protests in a letter to the West against th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

It is admitted that the only genuine       article on the market is that manufactured by HOLMES BROS. and CO. Samples and prices quoted on application. Full weight and analysis guaranteed. "We desire to notify the public that parcels of Bonedust and Blood Manure are sold by other ? and represented as our manu- facture. We wish it to be distinctly under- stood that we have 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,           Hughes and Doheny are startling Perth, Guildford, Cunderdin, and Meckering with the splendid quality of their groceries and sundry lines, sold at bedrock prices. Ri- back Hughes and Doheny. By purchasing direct from the manufac- turer, the Apothecaries Company avoid the middleman's charges, hence the low rates charged by the Apothec...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

Lovers of football were afforded a treat on Monday afternoon, when MacLaren's English team met a West Australian team at the British Association game on the Fre- mantle Oval, when there was a large atten- dance. The game was simply a revelation   to the locals, who were outclassed at every point. The Englishmen played a pretty game, cool and collected throughout, while their perfect combined play fairly flabber- gasted the more excitable colonials. It is a pity the match was so one-sided, as had the teams been more evenly-matched a first- class exposition of the game would have resulted. After the first ten minutes, how- ever, it could be seen without the aide of the Rontgen rays that it was a case of Eclipse first and the rest nowhere, and we heard one man offer to lay 40 to 1 on the English-   men, who won by four goals to nil. The match will serve as a useful lesson to our   boys, as it will teach them that disinterested   conce...

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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

The Claremont public schools swimming carnival held yesterday week was a great   success, there being a very large attendance, mostly of the friends of the juvenile swim- mers. Young Ben?, who is a very pro- mising swimmer, won three of the events,     while G. Cottrel was twice successful.   The 100-yards championship of the schools       resulted in a dead heat between W. Bennett and G. Cottrel, and this will have been swum off probably before this appears in   print. Howson, with 5sec. start, won the 58 yards handicap for Claremont residents. Elsgard, 7 sec., being second and Final scratch, third. The scratch man put up a good race, but the handicap was a little too much for him. During the day an exhibi-   tion of life saving was given by a squad of boys under the direction of Mr. R. Reilly   of the Claremont school, which proved very interesting. &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

HERR RASSMUSSEN"S   ALFALINE HERBAL REMEDIES. ALFALINE VITALITY PILLS are a guaranteed care for all Nervous Disea- ses, Weak Spine, Brain and Nerves, Poor Memory, Tired Feeling, Melancholia, Spots before the Eyes, etc. Boxes, 6s and 12s -courses, 23s. 6d.; special powerful courses, 43s. 6d. ALFALINE UNIVERSAL PILLS are a permanent cure for Wasting Diseases in Women, Anaemia, and a perfect Blood   and Nerve Tonic. Boxes, 6s. and 12s. courses, 23s. 6d.; special powerful courses, 48s .6d. ALFALINE BLOOD PILLS are a permanent cure for all Chronic blood and Skin Diseases, Blotches, Blood Disor- ders, Diseases of the Urinary Organs, Gravel etc. Boxes, 6s. and 12s.; courses, 23s,. 6d.; special courses, 48. 6d. ALFALINE RHEUMATIC PILLS Guaranteed to cure Rheumatism, Gout, Sciatica and Lumbago. Boxes, posted 3s., 6s., 12s., and 23s. 6d. Valuable pamphlet sent free. ALFALINEE ASTHMA AND COUGH PILLS, A wonderful remedy for Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Bronchitis, Influ...

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COUNCIL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

COUNCIL ELECTIONS. VERY shortly there will be ten vacancies in the Legislative Council caused by the time- up provision. In the majority of instances the old hands will try and crawl back. Bellingham will certainly make an effort to still represent Bellingham and boodle, and will work the electors of the Southern Pro- vince with that object. True, he has run with the hare hitherto, because he knew his   trial trip was to terminate in 18 months, and good behavior was essential, but if he returns to the Council be will drop his demo- critic mask and be plain Boodling Belling- ham. There is talk of opposition against   him, but Dr. Ellis, who is spoken of, is only a flatulent faddist who idolises himself. And H. E. Barrett, the late mayor, who is also a champion aspirant to boom his ignorance, is another mammon myrmidon--a sort of mimic mirage of A. E. Morgans. He is about as fit to be a legislator as a bag of gold   dust and wild-cat scrip is to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

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