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KALGOORLIE KETCHUP [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

BY KURRAJONG         The telegram that THE SUNDAY TIMES   published last week with regard to the   deadlock between the local health board and the Perth authorities is very far from exaggerating the gravity of the situation. It   almost taxes belief that a community of thirty or forty thousand people should be kept for six months without a legally   appointed health officer simply and solely through a squabble that emanated in profes-   sionaly jealousy; yet this about nutshells the facts of the case. When the Kalgoorlie and Boulder health board came into existence—   it consists, by the way, of three representa- tives from each town council and three from   the roads board—it was necessary to appoint a medical man. The billet is a good one,   worth £250 a year, and a wooden-visaged, fat-brained person named Barber had marked it ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A VALUABLE INVENTION. ALVES' PATENT SPARK ARRESTER, SMOKE CONSUMER, AND FUEL ECONOMISER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

The rights of the Alves' Patent Spark Arrester, Smoke Consumer, and Fuel Econo- miser, also the rights of the Patent Boo- merang Fire Bar for Western Australia, have   been secured from the head office by a local syndicate. The proprietors of the first-named invention claim that it is almost a matter of impossibility for sparks to escape from loco- motives or any other class of steam engine fitted with their patent. The invention is   also the means of causing engines, &c, to consume their own smoke in such a manner that a saving of about 20 per cent. is made where coal is used, and a further saving of 10 per cent. where wood is used. The ad- vantages claimed by the use of the Patent Boomerang Fire Bars are that it prevents fluxing of furnace walls, waste by radiation and clinkering, supplies free oxygen to the fuel, increases the grate areas, adds greatly to the efficiency of the furnace, and intensi- fies and concentrates the heat. These &...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A PAGE OF PERTH BEAUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

A PAGE OF PERTH BEAUTIES __________ Photos by CLARKE & SONS, Royal Studio. Hay Street. _

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Our Sunday Serial THE HERMIT'S DAUGHTER. [CONTINUED.] CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

*********** Our Sunday Serial       ********************************************* THE HERMIT'S DAUGHTER. By RODERIC TINN (Written for the "SUNDAY TIMES") [Continued] CHAPTER VII. "Why did you leave France, give up your church, and follow me so far when, if you had desired to marry, you could have found so many much more worthy of you among the beauti- ful maidens of your native land ?" "Because," replied M Thackriere, "my whole future seemed to be wrapped in one emotion, one passion, one joy, one hope, and that was YOU. I could not think of anything but you. I might as well have tried to see without eyes as to have thought of the future without seeing you. Your voice was in the music of the woodland birds your presence was to me evident in the aroma of the first spring flowers; and the very dewdrops on the lips of the white wild roses were magic mir- rors wherein I saw you standing ever beckoning me from the world in which I lived. The sighing ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

CHAPTER VIII. It took George Eldridge all his phil- osophy and all his strength of character to conquer his aversion to sitting tete-a-tete with one of the faith he hated more than all the superstitions among the heathens. But with supreme self-denial he had determined upon doing this, and accordingly at the hour expected a little before, in fact— M. Thackriere put in an appearance at the door of the old cottage and re- ceived a welcome from its host. After they had passed the prelimi- naries of welcome and compliments and taken their respective seats, M. Thack- riere ventured to ask rather timorously, " If Nina was quite well ?" " Quite well, thank you." " Is she not at home to-day ? " " She is in her room." " Shall I not have the pleasure of   seeing her ? "   " Not until we have had a talk to   gether. You know, of course, I am her father?"   " I had judged that by the generous welcome you gave me, had I not known it otherwise,"...

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

Floors Water should never be used on a waxed floor. The less water used on any floor the   better. Painted, varnished and tiled floors may be cleaned with crude petroleum. Dip a woollen cloth into the petroleum and rub the boards well with it. When the entire floor has been cleaned in this manner, close the room for a few hours, cover an old floor brush with a piece of clean woollen cloth and rub the floor hard This will remove any superfluous oil and polish well.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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A Few Housekeeper's Dont's [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

A Few Housekeeper's Dont's Don't use steel knives for cutting fish, oysters, sweetbreads, or brains. Thc steel   blackens and gives an unpleasant flavor.   Don't use butter for frying purposes. It   decomposes, and is unwholesome. Don't salt meat before cooking. Add it     after the meat is cooked or nearly done.   Don't wipe cutglass with the towel. Dry it in sawdust. Don't put butter in the ice-chest with the   wrappings on. Don't wash glasses in clear water. Use a little soap.

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

Household Recipes LEMON CHEESECAKE —Pare two lemons very thin, put the rind to soak in a half cup of cold water, put into a lined saucepan, add 1lb. loaf sugar, 6oz. fresh butter, six eggs (the whites and yolks slightly beaten), the juice of two lemons, and the flavoured water ; stir until it is as thick as rich cream. Pour into jars and it will keep for weeks. Line patty pans with paste, bake, 'hen fill with the mixture. SALAD DRESSING.-Beat ihe yolk of an egg in a snit II basin with a little salt and pepper, a'M a teasp muful of dry mustard, i hen gradually one tablespoonful of oil, one of thick cream, ene of tarragon, and two of ordinary * iuegar ; beat thoroughly and it is ready for use. Another tablespoonful of cream maj- be substituted for the oil if preferre i.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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THE HOME. DOMESTIC CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

THE HOME. DOMESTIC GHAT. By "PENELOPE." In pursuance of my scheme as announced last week with regard to Home Decoration, I am presenting to my readers two illustra- tions which I think will be found both use- ful and ornamental. One of these consists of a hall brush rack, and those who admired the hall seat given last week will probably receive with favor this little addition to the adornment of the main entrance. My illustration shows a brush-rack, which is suitable for small halls where space is so valuable. It is a very useful little item, and can be hung upon the wall over the combination stand, so I would sug-   gest it being carried out in colors to match.   Cue a block of white wood to shape and BRUSH RACK. stain it to suit your taste—say a cigar brown or dark green—ornament the outside edge of the brush-hoard with a scroll work of ribbon iron. The centre bands holding the brushes may be of stamped leather or embroidered silk, fixed on with brass hea...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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GENERAL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

GENERAL HINTS. --- OILCLOTHS.—After being washed and tho- roughly dried, oilcloths should be rubbed over with milk and then polished with a soft rag. SILVER SPOONS and FORKS can be kept bright by leaving them in strong borax water   for several hours, putting them in while the water is boiling.   TO CLEANSE WATER BOTTLES—Half fill   the bottle with water and put some potato peelings into it. Shake well until clean. Rinse thoroughly, and polish on a Soft cloth. SAUCEPANS that have been burnt should be filled with cold water, with 1oz. of Magic soap scraped therein ; a large lump of soda   added. Then stood on the stove for several hours. This will loosen the burnt part and   it will come off without scraping. Borax water is a good thing with which to sponge silk or woollen goods when not suf- ficiently soiled to require washing. AU your medicinal requirements, toilet requisites, patent medicines, etc., will be attended ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
DRESS AND FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

DRESS AND FASHION. BY "LADY GODIVA." Having selected the subject of renovation of evening gowns for my notes this week it is my intention to be more helpful than technical. The chief objects to be attained in effecting renovations is to disguise defects and hide from view any imperfections either of style or cut, and at the same time express in the best possible way the latest of fashion fads. In the matter of skirts, at least, fashion is not so strict as usual, and the present modes lend themselves admirably to reversal and renovation. For instinct, the lone sweeping skirt if plain yet frayed or soiled at the bottom, can be decked with rucheings or flounces, or else quite a plethora of tiny frills. Then again, a large graduated-shape   flounce can be attached to a skirt which is perhaps cut rather narrow, and may probably RENOVATED EVENING GOWN, be shorter than the style now worn. Also, I observe there is an inclination on the part of Dame Fashion to open skirts en tab...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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BOOKS FOR COUNTRY READERS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

BOOKS FOR             COUNTRY READERS THE SUNDAY TIMES will forward any book in the following list to any person an receipt of price and postage. Address all orders to the Manager of THE SUNDAY TIMES Office Perth. Books not listed may be obtained on application.   Poultry and Birds— The Australasian Poultry for Profit, 3s.; postage, 6d.   Popular Poultry Keeping, 1s.; postage, 6d. Colonial Poultry Book, with articles on   incubators (by Woodward) 1s. 6d.; postage, 6d.   Compton's Australasian Book of Poultry (illustrated), 12s. 6d.; postage, 2s.     Wright's Practical Poultry Keeper (colored plates), 3s. 6d.; postage, 6d. McCue Australasian Poultry Guide (il- lustrated), 1s. 3d.; postage, 6d. Australasian Canary Guide, 1s. 3d.;   postage, 3d. Gardening—   Adamson's Australian Gardener,; 3a; postage, 6d. ...

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WRESTLING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

The Græco-Roman wrestling match be-   tween Harry Pearce, the champion of Aus-   tralia, and Jack Pearn, of Cottesloe, for £25 aside and 60 and 40 per cent. of the gate, took place at the Pearth Town Hall on Wednesday night, before a moderate   house. The match was to be the best three falls out of five, but owing to the dangerous unsuitability of the state for such a contest, the conditions were not fulfilled. Sam Grimwood officiated as referee and W.   Oliver as timekeeper. After Walter Moyle,   Professor Seguy's wonderfully-developed pupil, had given a clever exhibition of weight-lifting the men stepped on to the   mat. It was at once seen that Pearn was much the bigger man (Pearce tapering off too much from the hips downwards), as the following measurements will show:-- Pearce. Pearn. Height...5ft 8 1/2in. ../ 5ft 7in Chest ... 44in... 45in. Chest (expanded} 48in.... 49in. Neck ... ... 17in... 17 1/2in...

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RE[?]STATING THE RED DRACON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 April 1902

REINSTATING THE RED DRAGON. There will be rejoicing in Wales and among loyal Welshmen the world over (says   the London Graphic) now that the Red   Dragon of Cadwallder is to find his due     place in the heraldic achievement of the Prince of Wales. We published the other day the Order of the King in Connell "that there be added to the achievement of the   Prince of Wales the badge of the Red Dragon." This ancient badge is to be borne   as a badge, of course, and not quartered in   the shield of the prince—on the sister side   (the spectator's right, that is) of the royal   crest as heir apparent, while the ancient   badge of the ostrich feathers is on the other side, the crest and the two badges appearing   thus in line over the shield. The badge of     Wales as defined in the King's order is:   &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

J. nJII^J^UlIln^&^ChaaJMi3,ïe^ RETII5DÎG rom BUSINESS.-Large Sale Wines, Spirits, Tess, CigatB,anl .Lager Bee». Balance of reoent shipments, including 2CW cases Geo Hyde Whisky, 48s. case; Ol? &»bch Balk Whisky (WAt»an'E4,^^loD,iB bottle or »rs; 100 casés PilsnerLager Beer, 7s, 6<Ldoz. quarts; Stanley Brewery Ale, 7s. doz.; Colonial Wines, Prt, Claret, and Sherry, 18s. case; Devonshire Cider; Foreign Cigars (Marc Aurel), 13s. 6d. box; finest Ceylon Teas, in 51b. boxes, 7s Cd. AU orders given mast be for cash only. Telephone 534. inspection invited. C. F. SKE3>SJ«Eir, KVUSSñitYMfSS, «>IRJRT; 136 and 138 {T*«L 9¡f. SÏFlâRSlMLK SÜB-SKRiKR, HAVK IN STUCK :-fcruu. 3frm» «rf *U nineties, worked on üw moat «jproreä stocke ; trae to name. Grape Fines. Bose* all varieties. SEBDS-Agrwoltnnl, Veget- able and flower, all leading and moot approved varieties. Reliable Agenta «anted, and tbs Trade ßnpplied.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

* í í' ívt1^*1" the Patronage «i ff. «F CORNWALL «rd YORK. lanufacluriiig Jewellers^Watchmakers. m^^:v^í^^:í^0^H^O'K STREET, PERTH (Forinerîy ¿"fe- -St>y FROM MAKERS AND SAVE MONEY. ne No 3*3 I* AVOID DUTY AND MIDDLEMEN'S 1RROFITS. * ©Ittintry Orders promptly attended to. £¿ SS&ÄS »frfi:. Only at LEVINSON & SONS. Any Article made to Order. ÄIX G0©OS GUARANTEED. Repairing: done.

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CRE[?]ORNE. TAYLOR—CARRINGTON COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

Patrone pf MTsll-púyei ami exceUestiy staged jdramáluve--been artistically and conscientiously catered! Sar by, the atave? company a* the popular little-Murray-Btaeet : theatre, the audiences- throughout tíuw*aekJ being Jarge and enthnsiaetit ^?-Arrai>Ba. Yogue " and " The Sight Maxi " *ave -feald thef boards to ëxcefieat beaineBS,- the con».. panyproving themsetvcé^thesauglíly wor&gti of the reputation ijptnejEt eJeewhere. ?" An. excellent item -in- the ?dranwa^tias beeotébet. mterpnhvted-songs of¿ Mia» -Daviaj .¿..-!BBB« youn^artlste't vocal veCTeaadimellownessi nRimiw.Á^hímng M¡tmyfa¿ *rt many of tbñ-< niuch-bóomed rjeuowcisa&a.kaxe a* watíanv times inflicted themarifra» enrthmfengAsafw feting State. Last, iighty ^Oníiwtíy^Sní-. teneed," from" the^pen. of that Ctcapabléj aùthor-àetor^ Mr. G- Taylor^ was staggs^ Wie piece going ywith a*hang from oyertent: *¡i¿m tai Ht aMn^^^wn-HHiltWf«* W"g applauded by :»crowoWuhoaise.

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

ANSWERS TO fmBRESPOtHfâHS. T^oiherader^ Tl^^eUver- lettpra*.»^ , bow ut ra&iWeWt, aid: all wmptaicäh axe ? practically-aseless» ., ? -v' ^Ànà^açab||^ á^x»ftj^nl|)bA>-'áwáV; "FraDcbise" : Tbé new Polûi^ XJeaggae-dtoes «o|;, define : its wey iOf procurißg. ^'Hj^afc able"t^épresent&táohl " Vagabond " : YoMraüegory wiU jMebably appear, next week.. Toó: , late; air tats ; issue. Corr«8poàdaoce,imleg8>4*^e^y îurgeut character,- should ^Atrivfe- before Timrsday. 'VCoekie" i Math»usedjnanothei»««lumn. " Lascar" !' We will cause ,<iqq_uiri#& to be tnadei.-.. " Wronged " : M*ely privat* quatreïs caa- . not be ventilated in the Suaraur Tores. Unless- the ¡ public are. in. -Bowe.-way con- cern ed waia«: no suv» fer sueli¡ matter.. f' tegisjli -í*: i»-no¡ use. defying; the law because^the l&w isabsnrd. Ypur coursé. is to defy and defeat, the pelitS«iaoe. " Barrwud -!¿; Send fuller psiíkialaoa and we vriU;makê:iajreetigat>ojaa,> "Inquirer" j ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

LITTLE PETS OF FREMANTLE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

XXTM. FINDIiAX and CO., Auci VV tioneers, Bousa and Estate Agents, 63 MAÜKBT -sxKSJCíj F&EKAiraxaE, -CON- DUCT AUCTION SALES ot Baal Estate, lurniture, Prodijce, Stock, etc., throughout the State. Loans negotiated; Properties supervised. Yaluatioaamade^ Bayers and :Se&ei^'Consult WM^MHMAÏand CO.,. 63 Mariet-Btreet, ïramanOe, ^ COCKER ÎKâSStS at SiUBk; i ; .. ?.. -. 1 j: XOTUBUA- BOBS- ^Champion laafcsbow l^ev# Sou^ W^e^: î&wjeï Clgty^by. @ham fpio« Towomb»,Befi,OB* of <ÄajnJttoo,6aias 'bózoj^b3£ar«kjpDe8&. Fee, £2 SB.- * - ! ,DÜDCE¥ FEERfWùiner tv» Finit, Perth and F¿ejnanjd» Snows last year), 'by. Corio DarSe - Champion Gaiiubnrough Beauty. Ó&>:£Í*B. PUPS for&ALR. ax FEATHER" CARBON anáúODLEY B0&& (Both 'Wkiners. Championship last Perth and; Fremantle Shows). Apfifr H. BARNETT, C/o Deafce-sasd Stubbs, Hay-street. Perth. Tl W E L I C ,IS 0,T ICR Oaring to the high prie» ofsFlour we» tte undersigned Bak...

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