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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 23 January 1898
MISSING WORD COMPETITION No. 2. TO THE READERS OF THE SUNDAY TIMES. The proprietors of the SUNDAY TIMES, in response t » many re- quests and suggestions, have decided to initiate a series of thi MISSING WORD COMPETITIONS, which are so popular in England. Thest competitions will be conducted under c mditions of absolute fairness and secrecy. Every week, in a specified part of the paper, will appear a paragraph, selected by the Editor, complete, with the exception of a single word. This word will be written on a slip of paper and placed by the Editor in his private safe. He alone will know the word, and no otie else eau possibly obtaia knowledge thereof. Each competitor must fill in the coupon with what he or she thinks is the missing word, catting it out from the paper, and enclosing it with a postal order for One Shilling. The entire sum i-eeeived by the Editor, free «if all deductions, will be divided among the success- ful competitors. Only postal nrl-rs, accompanied by the con po...
ENGINEERS V. RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 23 January 1898
ENGINEERS V. RAILWAYS, j This game was also continued from last Saturday, on the Esplanade (East wicket). The Railways put up 61 in their first innings, to which the Engineers replied with 227, thus winning easily. Scores : RAO.WA.TJ6. First innings . 61 Second Innings. Porteus, not out ... ll Peachy, b Harnett . 0 Gelding, h Harnett. 8 Patterson, to Henry . 2 Sundries . 1 Three wickets for ... 23 ENGINEERS. Simpson, b. Peachey. 17 Arnott, EL, c. Cox, b. Porteus 14 Henry, c Patterson, b Peachey ll Ware, c Kennedy, b Collis ... ll Clarke, c Porteus, b Peachey 7 Ryan, c Lewis, b Gelding ... 43 Jones, b Kennedy ... ... 65 Sutton, b Coins . 29 Strahle, c Porteus, b Colba ... 3 Reilly (not out) . 8 Kelly, Lb.w. Patterson ... 1 Sundries. 18 Total... 227
[?]otes on [?] Books. HAZELL'S ANNUAL FOR 1898. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 23 January 1898
Ilotes on Jlrín Hooks. HAZELL'S AJSÍTÜAL FOR 1898. This valuable work is crammed with information upon almost every conceivable, subject, and its motto "Avaunt, Perplexity" is to a very great extent justified. I But the Annual trie* to do too much, and the result is oe- j casionally unsatisfactory. It is ! far more importent to have ac I curate statistics than to give the memoirs ot third-rate prime donne, yet the first is sacrificed to the second in many cases For instance, in the list of foreign I moneys there is no mention of Russia and thc Russian rouble. Nor is the omission repaired on the article on Russia itself, albeit that the new settlement, 1896, of the currency, is mentioned, and it is therein accidentally stated that a gold rouble is worth \\ paper roubles. Portugal is also lett out of the list. Yet the rei of Portu- gal, 1,000 to the dollar, is one of the most interesting of survivals. Every reader of Mark Twain'6 Innocents Abroad will remember that lamons st >ry of...
FIRST JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 23 January 1898
FIRST JUNIORS. M.C.C. " A" v. M.C.C. " B." This match was continued on the Esplanade (west wicket), and won by the " A " team on the first innings. On the preceding Satur- day the " A's " had made 98, to which the *" B's " (who played four short) coo ld only reply with 21. Scores : "A" TEAK. First innings .. . 98 Second Innings. Ranford, c Parker, b Collins... 15 Trude, c Courtenay, b Collins 32 Hardwick, b Horrocks... ... 9 Letch, c Collins, b Horrocks... 9 Downes, not out . 28 Sandell, c Courtenay, b Bishop 15 . Doyle, lbw, b Collins .8 Wilkinson, c and b Collins ... 5 Barlee, b Collins . 0 I Dartnell. absent . O Bird, absent ... ... ... 0 Sundries . 3 Total. 121 "B" TEUL Deakin, b Randell ... ... 10 Parker, b Randell . 0 Courtney, b Randell. 5 Collins, c Hardwick, b Randell 37 Mcculloch, b Letch . ... 23 Greene, not ont . 14 Bishop, not out . 2 Sundries ... ... 9 Five wickets for 100
TURF TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 23 January 1898
TURF TATTLE. j I am indebted to " Paynator," of th West Australian, for the following RICING FIXTURES. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. January 26.-W.A.T.C. Anniversar Meeting. February 2.-Fremantle J.C. Antum Meeting. Nominatiox January 20. February 9,10.-Albany T.C. Cup Meei ing. Final payment and general entrie February L February 16.-Katanning T.C. Annus Meeting. Nomination February 5. February 24. -Lower Blackwood B.C. February 23, 25.-Menzies T.C. March 2, 5.-Kalgoorlie B.C. Autumn Meeting. Nomination February 16. March 10.-Coolgardie B.C. Autunu Meeting. Nomination February 14. March 17.-Helena Vale B.C. Inaugura Meeting. April ll, 12.-York J.C. Annual Eastei Meeting. April 22,23.-Bunbury B.C. VlCTOBIA. January 22.-Victoria Amateur Tur Club. January 26, 29.-Williamstown Racin« Club. February 2.-Geelong Bacing Club. February 5.-Aspendale Park Bacing Club. February 9.-Sandown Park Racing Club. February 12.-Victoria Amateur Turi Club. February 15.-Epsom Bacing Club. February 16, 17.-Horsham B...
HALF-HOLIDAY CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 23 January 1898
HALF-HOLIDAY CRICKET. A match was played, on the Fremantle Ov*l on Wednesday afternoon between the Fremantle Waratahs and Perth Mercantiles. The Fremantle Club was captained by Syd. Tobin, while Ma ny ard was in charge of the Mercantile Glob. Hutchinson showed the best form in the Perth Clab. making 47 runs, Liddelow coming next with 14. The captain of the Waratahs appeared to have his mind made up to put on big scores, when he was clever'.y caught by Deagne, after having added 25 to the Fre- mantle score. The only other Fremantleites who managed to get into doable figures were Kek- wick and Beswick, who each made 14. The scores were as follows: PERTH MERCANTILES. Hutchinson, b John . 47 j Deagne, c Sweeney, b Weight 6 Healy, h John. 4 i Seary, c Heales, b John ... O Manyar j, b Weight . 0 j Graham, b Johns . 3 Luce, b Weight. 8 j Alien, c Heales, b John ... 14 j Liddlow, c and b John.. 0 Sutton, not out. 9 j Upham, run out .. ... 1 Sundries . 7 : Total. 99 Bowling Analysis.-Weight,...
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN Sunday Times. SUNDAY, JANUARY 23, 1898. A MILLION OP MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 23 January 1898
THE WtST AUSTRALIAN $anöag pintes. SUNDAY, JANUARY23, 1898. A MILLION OP MONEY. We have obtained one million, aud we are goinir to devote it to the beginning of the work which is designed to take water to Cool- gardie »nd Kalgoorlie-provided that there is any left after the railway and the thirsty places on the ron te are supplied. The pub- lic will be well satisfied if the ex- penditure demonstrates the prac- ticableness of the plan, and will not object to any-outlay, however great, that may be necessary to make it perfect. The one thing that now seems certain is that the daily five millions of gallons will not be nearly enough for the pur- poses the Government desires to achieve. And another grave con- clusion has made itself obvious, which is that the price it is intended to charge will make the cost of water in the future exactly what it is now, the one great reason why life in the goldfields centres is too ! expensive for the workers, on whose comfortable existence the continuo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 23 January 1898
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN SU&DAT TIMBS, ? A Journal for the People. PUBLISHED every SATURDAY EVENING, at Eight O'Clock. THE SUNDAY TIMES Contains The Latest and Best Accounts of SATUBDAY'S RACE MEETINGS, CKICKET, YACHTING, ROWING, and all other ATHLETIC EVENTS. Among the Distinctive Features of The SUNDAY TIMES ABE LETTERS TO PUBLIC MEN BY AMPHICTTON. LIES AND OTHER FACTS BY BUNGARRA. TORTS AND RETORTS Bx CAMBUSCAN. EVENINGS FROM HOME Br THE OLD PLAY-GOER. TURF TATTLE Br DRUTD. TH : WHEELING WORLD BY FOBTIB. THE WORLD OF CKICKET BT THE UMPIRE. &c., &c., Sec. ORIGINAL ARTICLES, TALES, SKETCHES and POETRY are contributed by Mr. F. C. B. VOSPER, M.L.A., Mr. EDWARD NEWTON MCCULLOCH Mr. EDWARD ELLIS, and other well-known writers. CORRESPONDNCE upon all matters of public interest is specially invited, and will be admitted without fear or favour, provided that it contains no libellous or improper matter. Letters for publication should reach the office on or before WEDNESD...
The M[?]eeling World. EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 23 January 1898
EVENTS TO COME. T_ *>/» m_x»i_y^n_i j Jan. 26-Fremantle Bicycle Club's Annual Bace Meeting (second day.) Jan. 26-Kalgoorlie Sports Committee Bace Meeting. Feb. 19-League of W.A. Wheelmen's Carnival (first day.) Perth. Feb. 23-League of W. A. Wheelmen's Carnival (second day) Fre- mantle. Mar. 17-Irish National Foresters' Sports, Fremantle. April 9-Perth Cycling Club Baces (first day). April ll-Perth Cycling Club Baces (second day). May 22-W.A. Cycling Club Annual Meeting (first day). May 24-W.A. Cycling Club Annual Meeting (second day).
SECOND JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 23 January 1898
SECOND JUNIOBS. Following aie the respective positions to date occupied by the clubs playing in the Second Junior Association : Club or Teams. Suet Perth . 5 4 Telephone . * 4 Saids & MacDougall ... * 3 Shenton Park ... * Endeavour ... 5 Claremont .I * Karrakatta _ - * 2 1CC.C. 5 2 D. »nd W. Murray ... 5 1 Sandford . 5 i Smith'« Mill .' S 1
PUBLIC LETTERS TO PUBLIC MEN. [No. 6.] To CAPTAIN WILLIAM O ATS, M.L.A. J.P. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 23 January 1898
PUBLIC LETTERS TO PUBLIC MEN. [No- 6.] To CAPTAIN WILLIAM O ATS, M.L. A.. J.P. Dear Sir,-I am glad to have this opportunity of writing yon, for I have become rather tired of the exceedingly unpleasant work I have had to perform during the last week or two. It is very often annoying to hear the truth, and sometimes equally so to have to speak it; in fact, it would be excellently convenient for many people if the truth could be abolished altogether. I can assure you, and through you, the public at large, that it has afforded me no pleasure to be obliged to write in censorious terms to men who, in their private lives and characters, 1 respect very highly indeed. It is, therefore, refreshing and gratifying to be able to turn to yourself and find it unnecessary to say a single unkind word about you in either of your aspects. At the same time I ex- pect you know my writings well enough to he able to understand that I a*m not likely to unduly inflate your self-esteem by an inordinate use o...
THE QUICKEST WAY HOME. Written for the Sunday Times. CORNSTALK (Norseman) sings: [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 23 January 1898
THE QUICKEST WAY HOME. (BY THE EXPATRIATED T'OTBEBSIDEBB.) Written for the Sunday Times. CORNSTALK (Norseman) sings : " Lend me a moke with a tenderieh month, Give me fine weather, bnt no torrid drouth, Show me the back track that leads to New South And m sight Sydney Heads in the morninV GUMSUCKER (bicyclist) sings : " Wheel me an eagle with circular wings. ni flit through the scrub where the lonely wire sings, Indian Ocean at dawn, at noon Alice Springs And Melbourne's paved streets era the morniu'." BAKANA BOT (pedestrian) sings : Olympia's my laurel ! Peel, rub me and start, I'll smoke you a bee-line to break your stout heart. O'er plains, rivers, hills, till the day dawn clouds part And Moreton Bay gleams in the mornin'. TOGETHER : Ler her go! The day is here-the horizon's expanding Pass the bullet on the wing-leave the lightning standing! Shove her through the spinifex, dodge the willy-willy ; Snatch the mirage as yez scoot and plant it in your billy ! Shake her up! Its nip an...
FACTS, FANCIES, AND FORGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 23 January 1898
FACTS, FANCIES, AND FORGINGS. [BY "FORTIS."] Exit Bill Martin, alias " The Plugger," and Australian racing paths are at last rid of the man who at one and the same time showed himself to be the greatest pedaller on the continent and the greatest disgrace to the sport. On Tuesday last he left Sydney for San Francisco. # * * It wonld be interesting to know what the 'Markan thoughts of Aus- tralia, and especially South Aus- tralia, are. Though he made a small fortune in the Sunny South, Bill will have many an unpleasant recollection of the two years which he spent here, and especially two weeks of it, when he was en- gaged in plastering work for the South Australian Government. * * * " And great was the fall there- of." Poor William ! After bouncing, bullying, punching, and boy- cotting, got his deserts. With a last unsuccessful^appeal for mercy, and a final sneak away, " like a dog with his tail between his legs," as Porta put it, the man who was for a time the terror of all cycling l...
Swimming. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 23 January 1898
The dates for the Australasian swimming- championships, which are to be held in New Zealand this year, have been definitely fixed upon for February 26 and March 1 and 3, when the recognised cham- pions of the colonies have all signi- fied their intention of being pre- sent and taking part in the con- test. # * * The quartet who are to represent the New South Wales clubs have been chosen, and are as follows : P. Cavill, J. Regan, Sid Cavill, and F. C. V. Laue-» formidable team truly, and one the represen- tatives "of the other colonies will find difficult tn put down. * * * The 100 Yards Champion Swim- ming Match of New South Wales took place on Wednesday last at the Government Printing Office Swimming Carnival, held at the Natatorium, and was won by Sid Cavill after a splendid race from the Grammar School boy Lane by a few feet, with Bishop a splendid third. Time, I7sec. # # # With the near approach of the finishing touches to the new baths,, many are speaking about the for- mation ...
LOCAL CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 23 January 1898
LOCAL CRICKET. Now that the country teams have returned to their homes, I would like to point out one or two facts which struck me in regard to their play. As a whole, the ex- hibitions they gave were distinctly disappointing. I notice that my good friend " Long-On " in the West Australian comes to the same conclusion, and not unreasonably. In batting and bowling they were distinctly weak. Any .decent junior team cou.d ''show them round," but their fielding was, on. the whole, very fair, and at times even excellent. They seemed to have none of that " fear of the ball" which alas! charac- terises so many of our local players, and they show a delight- ful contempt for slight* injuries and occasional mishaps. Remem- ber when Gordon said No game was ever yet worth a rap, For a rational man to play, Into which no accident, no mishap, Could possibly find a way. He was not only referring to racing, but, I think, most particu- larly to cricket-at which he was no novice. The men who bat free...
THE DEUCE OF SPADES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 23 January 1898
THE DEUCE OF SPADES. Bx WALTEB PBITCHABD. This is the true account of the death j of His Majesty Charles IX. of France, i as witnessed by me, Gustave de i Sanrigny, at that time gentleman-in waiting to the Duke of Alencon, young- est brother to the King. I am aware that the official account of the King's death i&lt; that it was due t > fever, but I do here freely and being about to die, solemnly aver as an eye-witness that death was not due to natural causes. Now I, having led a bad and wicked life., and being soon to appear before the throne of God, desire to unburden my mind of all the dark and weighty ' matters that rest upon it, and to this end do I write, my confession, so that I may die in peace and all men learn the truth. Before I commence my narrative, it is as well, perhaps, to explain the state rf affairs and parties in France in the year 1573. The Queen-Mother, Cather- ine de Medici, was the real ruler of France, and under her rule all the land crouched in ter...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 23 January 1898
JACOBS' POPULAR EX- CURSIONS. The Favourite Steamer ELEANOR Will leave the River Jetty At 10.45, on arrival of 10 a.m. train from Perth, Smnday, Jan. 23, for Rottnest. The catering and accommodation on this steamer are unsurpassed by any vessel on the coast. Bar on Board. String Band. Private Cabin for Ladies. Stewardess in attendance. Special arrangements have been made for the landing of passengers at Rott- nest with every comfort. REDUCED FARES. In future fares will be :-2s. 6d. re- turn from Fremantle; 3B.6d. return from Perth. Tickets can be obtained at Jacobs* Californian Café, Hay-street, Perth. Horace Robson, jeweller, opposite the Newcastle Hotel, Market-street, Fre- mantle, or at steamer's side. GANNET EXCURSIONS. rj^HE Fast and Favourite Steamer GANNET will RUN EXCURSIONS as follows -. Leaving t>>e River Warf; Fre- mantle, after arrival of 10 a.m. train from Perth, returning 6 p.m.. For GARDEN ISLAND, SUNDAY, January 23, For ROTTNEST, WEDNESDAY, January, 26. Luncheo...
From Day to Day. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 23 January 1898
jfnrar §ag Í0 gîag. The Forrest Government ha\ been held responsible for the fev« which has aforetime decimate Perth-and justly. They ha\ also been accused of having pract cally brought about the fevc which killed so many useful peopl at Coolgardie, Woolgangie an elsewhere - again justly. Nói they seem anxious to add to thei record for manslaughter by rt fusing to give Kanowna the mean wherewith to carry on the sanitär work necessitated by the cernes ruth. # * * The facts briefly stated ar these :-Kanowna, a little whil back, was a town of 1,000 souls and its rates were sufficient for it needs. Now, it has suddenly ix creased in population to over 4,001 three-fourths of whom reside ont side the municipality. No rate eau be levied on these persons, bn their sanitary welfare must b looked to. Consequently tb Council has to provide for 4,0Qi on the revenue raised from one fourth of that number. # # * No population eau stand this so the Kanowna Council asked fo a grant. They were refuse...
YACHTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 23 January 1898
YACHTING NEWS. ! _ J The entries for the Perth Flying Squadron's Race to take place on January 26 (Founda- tion Dav) has been received by -Mr. " W. G. Arnold, and from the number «»f entries re- ceived a very enjoyable day's racing should evenm-ite- The following ar« the eutt-u's : Mr. Abbot's Aurora 'Perth), Mr. Sherwood's Hinemoa t Perth), Mr. LAW'S Ventura (Perth), Mr. Arnold's Ionic (Perth),Mr. Tomlinson's Olinda (Perth), Mr. Snowden's Empress (Perth). Mr. Harcourt's Hygea (Perth), Messrs. Bowden and Sherwood's Iris (Perth), Mr. Mallabone's Waterwitch Perth), Mr. Brandenbury's Athiyn (Perth), Mr. Crow's Auraria (Fremantle). Mr. Col- lins' Pivot (Fremantle), and Mr. Elliott's Lotus (Freshwater Bay). * * * That Mr..McMntri-. of Sydney, is the owner of a very smart footer no one can gainsay- His victories at the recent Queensland Regatta was very pronounced, winning with the Effie, the 22 footer mee, sailed »rn December 29, and two day» later ssl.e again won the Champion race of Au...