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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 30 January 1898

Excelsior Tailoring Co., HAY ST., PERTH, HIGH ST., FREMANTLE. Suits to Measure, £3 ?with extra pair of Best value Trousers. in W. A. Excelsior Tailoring Co., HAY ST., PERTH, HIGH ST., FREMANTLE. Try our £3 Suits to Order, with extra pair of Trousers. Wonderful Value. Best of Choicest Goods. Workmanship. TJiHE WESTERN LIEDERTAFEL ....?Will. MEET at the PARK HOTEL* Fremantle, on MONDAY EVENINGS j -, - ?. ... NEXT, at usual hour. - J. LAME STÜRKEY, ; ? .-' - Hon. Sec.- ¡ Çrossley's, Çafe, " BARRACK ST. j GRILL and AFTERNOON TEA ¡ ROOMS. ICE CREAM: COLONIAL WINES; - Large and varied assortment of Cadbury's Chocolates and Fancy Boxes. HUNTER'S KURANDA Paai Paca fruit Sauce, Is a Delicious Table Sance. Noted for its Purity, containing no animal matter, being made from the Paw Paw Fruit, which grows so pro ! lineally in North Queensland. Paw Paw {Carica Papaya) is the only fruit known to medical science to con- tain Papain, hence its wonderful diges- tive properties. The new Sauce is made ...

Publication Title: West Australian Sunday Times
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TURF TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 30 January 1898

TURF TATTLE. As shown above, the Fremantle Jockey Club meeting takes place next Wednesday. A number of valuable prizes ai e to be run for, and as several of the events will be contested by good nags, the racing should be most interesting. Full details appear m our adver- tising columns. * * # The less said about the Anni- versary Meeting of the W.A.C.A. the better. What with unexpected ¡ scratchings, which did take place, ] and expected scratchings, which did not take place, the public had a lively time. The racing itself was decidedly tame-in fact, most of it was as mechanical as a merry- j go-round. The only people who j were at all satisfied were the sur- vivors of the Lost Ten Tribes, who ; ful Iv recouped themselves for all j little contretemps of the New ; Tear's Meeting. Benicia Boy is to bave a spell - and not too soon either. The old horse is all at sea just now, like Scarpia and Snap- shot, " Youth will be served" at horseracing as at other things, and the old 'uns must go...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 30 January 1898

W.A. Tattersalls (J. Charles) Consultation. BOX 109, G.P.O., PEBTH, or 107 BARRACK-STREET, PERTH. References, Bank of New South Wales. AUSTRALIAN CUP. Run at Flemington March 1. 50,000 at 5. COOLGARDIE SUMMER CUP. Run March 12. 10,000 at 5. KALGOORLIE HANDICAP, run at Kalgoorlie, March 5, to be drawn at Mr. R. B. PelFs Mart at Hannans St., Kalgoorlie. GREAT PERTH PBOPERTY DISTRIBUTION. Drawn definitely at Perth April 5. 75,500 at 20. First prize, McXess' Arcade. .£30.000. BIRTHDAY HANDICAP. Run at Perth May 24. 50,000 at 5. Consultations held Monthly. CAPtBTlWE'S PRIZE CONSULTATION ON THE AUSTRALIAN CUP, RUN AT FLEMINGTON, MARCH 1st, 1898. 10,000 SUBSCRIBERS, AT b EACH. FIRST HORSE . 1000 SECOND HORSE... 300 THIRD HORSE . 150 Starters Divide ... 250 Non-starters Divide. 200 Forty Prizes at 10 each . 400 Forty Prizes at 5 each ... 200 Less 15 per cent. Exchange must be added to country cheques. Please remit by postal note. Drawing will take place before a Committee of Subscribers. Ad...

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Evenings From Home. 'Leave off your damnable faces, and begin.' [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 30 January 1898

(BY THE. OLD PLAYGOER.) ' Leave off your damnable faces, and begin." At last we ' have something' new all round. A new company at the Theatre Boyal, a new combina- tion at Te Olde Englyshe Fáyre, anda new stage at Cremorne, make quite a large share of novelty for one week. At any rate, they make a larger share than we have had for some time. * # # Concerning the Biographe I am very happy to be able to report that it does not * wobble.* How great a blessing this is will be easily understood by those who have stopd the strain on the eyes caused by the vibratory motion of previous machines of the. kind. The views are remarkably fine Niagara, the express train and the mouth of the Havershaw Tunnel are all splendid. It is difficult to imagine that the train is not coming1 bod il v into the house. - * * * Bnt, after all, the proper study of mankind is man-or, rather, woman, and I am myself well content tb study Miss Fanny Wentworth. She is just the i cutest and smartest and cleverest of e...

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PUBLIC LETTERS TO PUBLIC MEN. [No. 7.] [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 30 January 1898

PUBLIC LETTERS TO PUBLIC MEN. [No. 7.1 To THE HONOURABLE EDWARD HORNE WIITENOOM, M.L.C., ACTING-PREMIER, MINISTER FOR MINES, AND LEADER OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Sir,-Prior to the year 1894, when you were elected as one of the representatives in the Legis- lative Council of the Centrai Pro- vince, yon were a person of no great importance. Of coarse you were l' somebody " as a local magnate, and you were also, I be- lieve, chairman of the Murchison Roads Board. You had also, away back in the dark ages, sat in the Legislative Council, but you then did nothing to distinguish yourself -probably from lack of oppor- tunity. The first inkling I per- sonally obtained of your possibili- ties as a politician was in connec- tion with the humble position of president of the Roads Board' mentioned. , This . board repre- sented one of those curious forms of local government which are to be found in Western Australia, and probably nowhere else on the face of the earth. The board at that time had...

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OUR FELLOW-SUBJECTS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 30 January 1898

OUB FELLOW-SUBJECTS- j A great deal of rabid nonsense has been voided within the last : few days concerning the alleged j ' light ' of all who profess and' call themselves * British subjects' to plank themselves down in any part of her Majesty's dominions, care- less whether they are wanted or not. It need not be said that no such * right ' exists. These Austra- lian colonies are purely self-govern- ing entities, each endowed with the power to make its own laws for its owu guidance, and each deter- mined to defend that power to the fullest extent. Were the Empire fede:-ated, np doubt, in a technical sense, every British subject would be free, but not welcome, toenter the Australian colonies and dwell and deal therein. But the Empire is not federated. Canada and the colo- nies of Australia are independent communities, clearly endowed with the right to regulate their own affairs. Both communities exer- cise their rights, regardless of the opinions of the mother country or bf each othe...

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ORIGINAL POEM. TRUE LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 30 January 1898

ORIGINAL POEM. TRUE LOVE. Dream not that I forget, Tho' half the world away : Thy dear face haunts me yet By night and day.. As thro' the world I rove, My heart enshrines thy love ; Thine eyes, like stars above, Shine on my way ! Forget-me-nots shall twine By ail the paths you grace, And, with their scent divine, Perfume the place Hope fades and flower dies, But, evermore, shall rise To me the perfect eyes Of thy pure face ! If we are parted now, Yet we shall meet again ; j Tho' we may not know how, Nor on what shores, But, near or far from me, ¡ Or soon or late it be, i Till then I swear to thee ) My love esdures ! EDWARD NEWTON MCCULLOCH A conspiracy is Fcarceiy less comic than a court of law in what we still call the East, although it lies to the north-west of ns. Some conspirators in Singapore posted np a notice, announcing the date when a revolution would occnr^ and setting a price upon the heads of tbe governor and the chiefs of departments. Those who killed any of the persons...

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YACHTING NOTES. (BY TOP SAIL.) [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 30 January 1898

YACHTING NOTES (By TOP SAIL.) The race held by the Perth Flying Squadron took place on Wednesday last. A.N.A. Day, over a course starting from Point Walter. Quite a fleet ot craft entered, and on all hands great interest was taken in the event. The Olinda, the scratch boat, passed the winning post with a long lead, followed by the Hinemoa, the Inez, Hygeia, and the Venture, but on deducting the handicaps it was found that the Inez, with i6min. start, had won the first prize ; Hygeia, i8min., second ; Hinemoa, 9min., third ; and the Venture, 14min. fourth. « * * The Intercolonial Yacht Regatta held by Victorian yachtsmen, which came off last Wednesday, proved very satisfactory from every point of view. The principal race of the day tor yachts of 6 to 16 tons, with prizes valued at £70, was won by Mr. Garrard's Sayonara, 5min. 51sec. 1 Mr. Beet's Alexa, 9min. 35secs. ... 2 Mr. Shannon's Thistle, 4min. 14sec. 3 (The Sayonara is the new built boat ! recently sailed round from Adelaide.)...

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LIES AND OTHER FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 30 January 1898

LIES AND OTHER FACTS j [Br " BUNGARRA."] When in doubt " Ask a police- man." Bat the average citizen who inquired of a Perth guardian of the place his way to the Agricul- tural Bureau would possibly be run in for libel, or sacrilege, or contempt of court ; for while the intellect of the ordinary Robert consists of the one-storey and base- ment variety, the " Booroo " is perched, like Simon Stylites, on a three-storey elevation at the top of a high business block from "whence it never descends. Away from the public ken, up flights of stairs that makes one's back ache to look at them, and cut off from the outer world by an elevator which appears to have been warped in early life by the same climatic influences that sat down [so heavily upon the telegraphic service of the colony, the bug sharp in his lair, and the sundry other experts engaged to iuveigle Codlin moths, wooly blight and those undesirable aliens on which the Miuistry cannot place a tax with any hope of collection, pursue ...

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DELUSIVE KLONDYKE, THE SHADOW FOR THE SUBSTANCE. MINERS WANTED ON OUR FIELDS. (Written for the SUNDAY TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 30 January 1898

DELUSIYE KLONDYKE, THE SHADOW FOR THE SUBSTANCE. MINERS WANTED ON OUR FIELDS. (Written for the SUNDAY TIMES.) Br TJITIÍANDEB. The announcements in the local -dailies, of steamers catering for a pas- senger traffic from this colony to far-off Klondyke must, uf necessity, give rise "to grave consideration. On the one hand they are discouraging, as showing how slight would appear to he the ties "that bind the new-comers to the colony, and the mere fact that steamship owners express their intentions so clearly, proves that this contention bears a certain amount of truth. As a writer recently put it, " If the coal of the United Kingdom became exhausted. And its trade declined, like that of Venice, it would be absurd to .say that its existing population -of forty millions had a right to live in a country that could not support them. The more energetic of its inhabitants would emigrate of their own accord; "the less energetic would have to be deported somehow." This very argu- ment was mad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 6 February 1898

NOTICE. THE TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT AGAIN. OWING TO SOME MUDDLE IN THE TELEGAPH DEPARTMENT OUR ADELAIDE MESSAGE HAS NOT ARRIVED. To Fremantle Residents. THE SÜWDAY TIMES MAY BE OBTAINED QT FREMANTLE, EVEBY SATURDAY EVENING at 7.45, from Mr. BENDALL, High-street Mr. HEADS, High-streat Mrs. STUBBS, High-street. And on SUNDAY MORNING ONLY, Until 10 o'clock, At the FREMANTLE OFFICE, Messrs. Kennedy, Reynolds, and Co., Occident Chambers. SEE PAGE 1 BOB. Missing Word Competition.

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KARRAKATTA v. SUBIACO. KARRAKATTA "A" [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 6 February 1898

KARRAKATTA v. SUBIACO. KABKAKATTA "A " First Innings.69 Second Inning.80 SUBIACO. First Innings.25 Second Innings.54 WEST PEBTBf v. KABKAKATTA "B/ KARRAKATTA " B." First innings ... ... 27 WEST PERTH. First Innings ... ... ... 77 KARRAKATTA " B." Second Innings.119 WEST PERTH. Second Innings, 7 wickets for 50 AUSTRAT. " A" v. AUSTRAL " B." AUSTRAL "B." First Innings.71 AUSTRAL "A" First Innings.158 AUSTRAL " B." Second Innings ... ... 96 The date for the match for the German Emperor's Cup has been fixed to take place on June 21 next, when no doubt the crack yachts of the world will vie with 'one another for the possession of this valuable and much coveted trophy.

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M.C.C. " B " v. POST AND TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 6 February 1898

M.C.C. " B " v. POST AND TELEGRAPH. This game was continued at the Ka rrakatta Ground at Lord-street, the Mets, being decisively beaten on the first innings.

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FIRST JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 6 February 1898

FIRST JUNIORS. M.Ç.C. "A" v. RAILWAY. Railway forfeited, and the M.C.C. therefore won.

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TO DAY'S MATCHES. SENIOR. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 6 February 1898

TO DAY'S MATCHES. SENIOR. The following are the scores : M.C.C. First Tanings ... ... ... 44. KARRAKATTA. First Innings.232 j M.C.C. Second Innings, three wickets 40 AUSTBALS V. PEBTH. Perth ... .92 AUSTKAXiS. Barry, c and b Moffatt. 13 Drew, Lb.w. Moffat . 8 Caust, c Wright, b Blackburn 10 Bennet, c Wright, b Moffatt... ,7 Lockwood, W., not out. 56 Jackson, b Dómela ... ... 19 Veryard, c Francis, b King ... 6 Lillyman, c and b Moffatt ... 23 Barnard, not out . 36 Sundries . ll Seven wickets.189 LATEE. All out .203

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Mr. BERT LAWSON, CONDUCTOR OF THE WESTERN LIEDERTAFEL. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 6 February 1898

Mr. BEBT LAWSON, CONDUCTOR OF THE WESTERN LIEDER- TAFEL. Mi. Bert. Lawson is a young musician hailing from Sydney, where he bears a reputation of which older musicians might be proud. He is one of those rare mortals who, while possessing knowledge beyond his years, lacks any- thing approaching self-assertiveness, and this may account for the fact that it has taken Fremantle a while to find out that it possessed anything out of the common in Mr. Lawson. However, as a teacher and conductor he is in great demand at the Port, and we join our eastern cmtempories in predicting for him a prosperous future.

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AT THE WICKETS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 6 February 1898

AT THE WICKETS SPECIAL NOTICE.-Secretaries of Clubs, and Captains and Managers' of Teams, are requested to send ail communications addressed : "THE UMPIRE," Sunday Times Office, Perth.

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THE GOLDEN FLEECE. THE ALLUVIAL SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 6 February 1898

THE GOLDEN FLEECE. THE ALLUVIAL SCANDAL. (BY A GOLDFIELDS EXPERT.) This week my contribution contains a little more fleece than usual, and is a little less golden. Nobody cares for the big gold output in view of the latest blow which has been aimed at the mining industry. * # * Here is the evidence of the Govern- ment Geologist in the Ivanhoe Venture dispute : Andrew Gibb Maitland, Government Geologist of the colony, said that he had followed the proceedings and had heard the evidence given. He had examined the workings of the Ivanhoe Venture. The Warden : Will you describe what you saw? Witness said he was there twice. On the second occasion he had visited the workings he had prepared a plan as far as possible. From the plan at the Hüft, and 128ft. levels he had shown the posi- tion of certain leaders he had found which were approximately [word in- audible], and trended N.E. and S.W., and dipped to the N.W. about 70 or 80 degrees. At the foot of the shaft the first leader to which ...

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HIS OWN ACCUSER. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 6 February 1898

ms O WN ACCUSER On Wednesday Mr. C. J. Moran, M.L.A., telegraphed from Kalgoorlie to the acting-Premier as follows :-" May I request your consideration of the ad- visability of granting no more leases in this district until it shall have been examined by competent. men to de- termine the probable direction and extent of supposed deep leads ? If deep leads exist, it is an absurity to suppose their being confined to one lease. They will, as in other places, make away from the lines of reef, and will extend for the greater part into flat country not now leased. The deep leads of Victoria extend for scores of miles. I request your earnest consideration of this proposal, for whilst Mr. Vosper is working up the agony of strife about the country, and levelling insinuations at all and sundry, it behoves us to take practical measures to do justice to this great' question. Can I expect the favour of a reply P C. J. MORAN." Mr. Moran, as nsnal, is a bit loose in his facts. Mr. Vosper has never...

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UNDER THE LIMELIGHT. ADVERTISING EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 6 February 1898

UNDER THE LIMELIGHT. ADVERTISING EXTBAOEDINAjßY. Messrs. Kennedy, Reynolds, and Company, of Occident Chambers, High-street, Fremantle, have in- troduced a form of advertising long popular on "the Continent and in England, but hitherto un- known in West Australia, it is a combination of strik- ing advertisements, alternated with views and comic scenes, all displayed on a screen fourteen feet by twelve feet, and should boom all businesses which seek their aid. The advertisers are'invitedtohave portraits and pictorial designs reproduced afc the expense of the promoters, -whose charge for dis- play covers everything. The fall particulars are set forth in the first column of our second pasre.

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