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

BEDSTEADS and Cots in great variety, Parisian, Italian, French, and Bal! I testers are to be seen at'*W. Zrmpol's Burnie ture Warehouse in Hay-street, and for valu I and quality cannot be equalled. W. Zimpel is landing fresh shipments of Bed- steads by every boat arriving, and by im I porting direct from the English makers is i in a position to do these at exceptionally I low prices. Inspection invited. METROPOLITAN FISH MARKETS NOW OPEN in PUBLIC MARKETS, WELLINGTON-STBEET. PUBLIC INVITE©. HERR RASSMUSSEN'S ALFALINE HERBAL REMEDIES. ALF ALINE VITALITY PILLS aarq,agaaranteed care for all Nervous Disea- ses, Weak Spine, Brain and Nerves, Poor Memory, Tired Feeling, Melancholia, Spot« before the Eyes, etc Boxes, 6s. and 12s.; courses, 23s. 6d.; special powerful courses, tía. Sd. ALFAUNE UNIVERSAL PILIS are a permanent cure for Wasting Diseases ia Woaaen, Anaemia, and a perfect Blood and Nerve Tonie. Boxes, 6a. and 12s.; courses, 23s. 6cL; special powerful courses, 43B. 6d. ALFAUNE BLO...

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

DAIRY COWS, GAIiVS°?^AMBS, PIGS-EVERY THURSDAY, at 2 o'Clock P.M. HORSES, VEHICLES, HARNESS-EYERr TUESDAY, ll O'Clock A.M. PREMISES-STIRLÎ2ÎÔ and PEER STS, Largest ot their kind m tte Conunonwealtb. Stock Consigned by Bail should be Timed to Arrive on WEDNESDAY. Ltake Delivery Perth Station, and will Pay Railage if ramrod. t W. B. GORDON, Stock Salesman. ESTABUSBXD m PEBXH ll YEaEaX ? * 11 H~ in« " CYCLONE " WOVEN WIRE FENCE ls se. called Because it Sweeps all before lt, .t A TYPICAL SHBEP FBNOB. Tne CYCLONE FENCE may be omit any height, any strength, any number of cables, any spacing, any style, and at any price. The CYCLONE FENCE is horse high, bull strong, pig and sheep proof , absolutely andalways. - It never rusts, never «IAI»!^ ig more durable, and more satisfactory in every way than ordinary singuiiíné feñwng. The CYCLONE FENCE is built of galvanised Bessemer steel wire cables and crimped pickets. It is woven on the ground, and is undoubtedly the BEST and CHEAPEST FENCE on th...

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

WHYTE & MACKAY'S SPÍSOIAK W JdlSKT ÁBSOLTJTELY UnSTRIV^LLED. Sole Agents-MILNE & CO., William Street, Perth. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL * METROPOLITAN PROVINCE. Electors! J. W. WRIGHT Solicits Your VOTE and SUPPORT. VOTE for WRIGHT and- 1. Redistribution of Seats. 2. Electoral Bieform. 3. One Adult One "Vote. 4. Abolition of the SUding Scale. 5. Shop and Factories Act. 6. A Comprehensive Drainage Scheme. 7. . ^ Public Works Goinmitfceë. 8. The Classification of Public Servante. DATES and PLACES of Mr. J. W. WRIGHT'S MEETINGS (in each instance commencing at 8 p.m.) : APRIL. 28-WESLEY SCHOOL, East Perth. MAY 1-OPPOSITE STAR and GARTER HOTEL, East Perth. MAY 5-TOWN HALL, PERTH. MAY 8-OPPOSITE ROYAL STANDARD HOTEL, North Perth. MAY 9-OPPOSITE FEDERAL HOTEL, West Perth. MAY 10-OPPOSITE GLOBE HOTEL, Weffington-street, POLLING DAY : 12th MAY. VOTE FOR WRIGHT, THE PROGRESSIVE LIBERAL CANDIDATE. J. HOWELL JONES, Secretary. THE ROYAL mm. EDISWAN UMP The Edison and Swan United Electri...

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A PREHISTORIC MAMMOTH. STRANGE DISCOVERY IN SIBERIA. 1000,000 YEARS UNDER ICE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

A PREHISTORIC MAMMOTH. STRANGE DISCOVERY IN SIBERIA. 100,000 YEARS UNDER ICE. The complete body of a gigantic prehis- toric mammoth has been discovered enclosed in a glacier in far Northern-eastern Siberia. The Imperial Academy of Sciences of St Petersburg has determined to secure the body entire. An expedition headed by Mr. Herz, of the Imperial Museum, is now on the spot endeavouring to secure the body. It is the greatest undertaking of the kind ever attempted.             The mammoth, a gigantic species of woolly extinct elephant, was found in a great bed of ice near the Beresowka River. The spot is 3,000 miles by road and river from Irkutsk, the nearest place on the Trans- Siberian Railroad. The expedition left the [Skeleton of Smaller Sized Mammoth, now in the Imperial Museum St Petersburg.   latter place in the summer. According to the last report received by telegraph from Irakutsk, the...

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MATRIMONIAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

MATRIMONIAL WARKET. ' The following marriages have been noti fied to take nlace at an early date;- . : Herbert Al Hammend, .- Fra man fyfe, to FhobeF*. Fernhoogh, Fremantle. 1 - Stobein ÍTottMlí, Ecemantte, to Mond A. Cadley, Freaianfla Edwin Jones, 'Fremantle, to Florene* Ball, Fremantle. * " 4 J*mea*GrovBs, Fromantle, to Stn E, Me^FromanHe. . . 1 :j|fj^&^^- zP-^-v**'-. . "... I "

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

VITAD ATI 0. A PUBS Serbal Blood Mixture. Clerks and Business Men If you suffer from COLLAPSE OF THE NEBVOUS SYSTEM, due perhaps to HEAVY SZ&AZN* AMD PBSSSÜBE OF BUSSESS :-». Mr. S. A. PALMER, Dear Sir,-About 18 months ago I iras forced to give up my position owing to an attack of CONGESTION OF THE BRUK caused by EXCESsrvK STtror and WOBK. For some time I was very ill, and was under the care of four of the best doctors in New Zealand. I found that although X had recovered from the cerebal congestion, THKNEBVOUB SYSTEM had received such a shock and become so weakened that my medical advisers had in- formed me that I would have to take perfect rest for a long time, and that it would be from TWO TO THREE TEAKS before I would regain my strength and be what I had been prior to my breaking down. Knowing of tiie wonderful results which had followed the taking of VTTADATIO, I resolved to go in for a course of it, and after drinking 12 LARGE BOTTLES I rejoice to be able to say that I...

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

Special Aifvei^äsemflirtaB. t Condit and Launder, FASHIONABLE TAILORS, HATORS AHB MERCERS, . 412 Hay-Street, Perth. . latest Selections of New Season's Goods Just Opened. ALL KINDS OF HATS MADE TO ORDER. DRESS SUITS A SPECIALTY. OS ALU J. C H I P P SB, UNDERTAKER, Hay-street, Pert«, and at Hannan atreet, Kalgoorlie. The Most Up-to-Date Funeral Jfarnishing Establishments ia the State. The Latest Designs in Wreaths, Domes and Crosses always on hand at both establishments. H A RLES CO U L 8 O N, Undertaker, 108 James-street. FUNERALS Supplied and Conducted at Moderate Charges. Telephone 422. Crystal Cafe BestaurantT j 8Ö7 HAY-STREET, PERTH "t;. (Opposite the Bon Marché). T. DEW, Proprietor. (Late of Albany).: "-' '* B«uHjraV 1D^'B onr>j% the late Strike, and Patronise the Maa wjrostneVJftyDB. '.; - ' i ' ALL MEALS, ls. , FusWlass Beds and' snaQ-ventOated Rooms from ls." oaL to 2*. per night. . The Crystal Cafe has BO riral in the City for<l!Ieaannes8 ái>d CiTÜity. . ' ...

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FREMANTLE TOWN HALL. JOSEPHINE STANTON CO[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

.; The bright and- whimsical -.grand <teqdt \ comic operatic prodnc$aáge«£ tfae-Ameriean j Ob.LneMed j^lolBS^ÔBsa&ite j Mr. Honrr Hallam, ha«>Hfctm J« etwa». ! lady ' good hanses afc t^iFremaotíe 35*¿u j Hau «noe Thursday. T te", -ipening, pijodpet- . tíon, "Wang," was.thc^a^ion forreara [ laughter from rise ta. da of the <eur£*m~ i .«Giroñe-Girona" wa¿ staged on Friday to*n [ appreciative and larg^andience, whii&jjj$gL j bight's production, ? rViäB.^ famai^;-;^' I tracted one of the heat Saturday-y night, j audiences Fremantle;ihaat voucha¿f¿cl ,;f»r ¡ some considerable tinsel To-morrow, {Mtrn- ; day). Vineeot Wallach« «vGr-popnuir.oyao^ "Maritana^wütbeiäps^ evening .^F^a^ Diavofe^wb^mihfiJ^uV, 5 eluding nightof the eeaaea^nühe phodaceá an entirely ney phspto WestraÂ^iàâai, ^eFenemgMaster^.

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MAYORALTY of SOUTH PERTH [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

Ves* SIR or MâDAMj y Í tats frequently, notièed ths& fte pio eedöre adopted bj candidates forr JjaWMpal and'ynlitic&I honors is te cooimene* br mak- ing a* apologetic explanation of their actions îfn * WBRWftg: the support of the eleeSors. Z tyéntose;-however, to'say, end I tftrofc you ¿will logree wf&b nie os tfiis point, (Sat tay Appearance » a candidate for yo« sw íragM-áJ' th^eJeetion needs no explasation, still les* an apology, for during my residence ¡here aàdthroagjtont my terni of" offi«» a» a «Ouhcilloríof Berth, I 'have. Bteadiiy kirbin jrae* the requiremeSte of this Muuícipfcfiéy, and have aonsisteotly and energetically* en jíéaváred tb «bring about reforms calculated to further- its bess interest?; With ^wbat success my-offerts bave boen attended,1 youi yourselves aaa judge. It-is foryou to'sajf Whethër tfc^prestsit ferry.' boat- eystera» whíeti I wasifatnasenítal in inaugnratfa^att k time wbenuitber* sud' it would be madness and certain äülure to...

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A LETTER FROM THE CITY ENGINEER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

A DETTER FROM, TSE CITY ENGXNËÉB. '«Perth, $8aï April, 1902. «S. CHARLES, Éso¿.. Perth. "With regard to ypuajnootiries as to what uv would cost to obtain, a Ferry, suitable for tween Perth and South. Perth across The Narrows at Mill Point,. I consider that s> Ferry capable of aecosoojodating three ev four vehicles and horses at oboe would cost about ¿3,500. I «hjnk, however, that the proper means oS communication between Perth and South JPfcrth ia by extending' Bar- rack-street across; the river. The cost voujd certainly be heaxy. say some £30.00% bat the advantage to> be derived would amply compensate for the outlay.- I fixed ftirraek street as the dividing hue between anrship mngtba£u»gb& coate np the river rn the future, as it would and certainly should be confined to the west side of that point. The river all along the course which this Bridge would take is very shallow and use- less for navigation, except for- th© ordinary flats which now rou up and down. The abut...

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CHAPTER X [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

mßm^ ? sad m:r^^60g(^:ßM^S^^^ ?«as-^oioÄ^ for thën%fp< . for: her.Sfip^Jfi.? o|>eaing^^|ü_ ,ri ......"^^^.v,-. -,...... ''And.it^s;^^ 'cant, :;ius^ji«^^ ifepeaVtö^iras^^ werè aloiie pywmid .'buiW herVà téiaçïe¡ of flowers and the birds shouldher,:choristers. But oil 1¿sfeois ' 'to\^>tíá^'-fifí^-tB^.;. '. and her JÉ^r'*.': fcvje'' i^->Her-l^lb'lle- : mme a niç^ice^atii .^trH«ó»\-añd an 'insult, to j him/.3^&';;Vwiil claim . lier? soleiy his," and tóen fae would wa^knii. in silence for a tiine trying to aiÖftJf" the painful thoughts which would inevitabiy recur. '. - . Once he took an unusually long tïijp"/ and went in a ferry boat o fer to &orth - Shore. There rambling aboutainong the rocks he came aeipss the, «iätrance: of a eave hidden so carefully fey Nature froni the gaze of human .i&ings tliát even his quick éyë::/*^ld;qo£ have detected it bad not: à :Mrd;;startled: at " the soun$,: pî:%|sapjH'ô&èhy suddenly flown front the ope...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

In Memoriam: MANTOVA.- In loving remembrance of my dear mother, M. A. MANTOVA, who died at Auburn, N.S.W., on April 27th, 1901. Inserted by Joseph Mantova.

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

THEY SAY   That the Axegrinders' Corroboree at the Perth Town Hall last Tuesday evening was ably stage-managed by Croesus and Co. That the Greasy Grabster sat quietly   manipulating the wires from the front seats.. That Ten-Foot Ted's frenzied effort did little to chaperone the cause of Capital. That the knock-kneed knight's wail for   the wealthy recalled complaint-day at the Old Men's Depot. That Thomas's outburst of high-flown     flatulence also incited the spectators to   snores. That a well-known M.P. hereabouts   should take a few needed lessons in geo- graphy. That on a recent trip to Busselton he re-   peatedly declared the caves there to be better than the Jenolan in Victoria! That the same trip was nearly the cause of an extraordinary election. That another M. P. wandered from the   party and was three hours without whisky!   That he saved his ...

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LAWYER LEAKE. BARGAINS WITH BARTON. TO TAKE THE PLACE OF JOHN. Kingsmill the Catspaw. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

LAWYER LEAKE. BARGAINS WITH BARTON. TO TAKE THE PLACE OF JOHN. Kingsmill the Catspaw. The mystery connected with the dual Premiership, wherein Leake and Kingsmill are ever playing a cunning game into each others hands, is not far below the surface after all, and it is not difficult to solve it. The tactics of Leake are, indeed, transparent. He is determined to use politics to hoist himself into some snuggery or other for his old age. He wanted a judgeship, and would have had it had not the SUNDAY TIMES ex- posed his treachery too soon and made him afraid of snatching at the prize. He now turns round and says he never wanted it. Foiled in one direction he plays high for another. People will wonder, for instance, why Leake, having determined to vacate the Premiership should still retain it, whilst Kingsmill acts as Premier. The business, of this article is to explain the reason.   Leake intends to take the place of Sir John Forrest   in the Federal Parliament...

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WRESTLING. PEARVE V. PEARN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

PEARCE V. PEARN     The above well-known wrestler signed articles to wrestle a Græco-Roman match, the best three out of five falls, for £100 aside, and the championship of Australia. The contest is to take place on Monday, May 19. As the match will take place this time on turf, a ground will be decided uon to-morrow night. Lovers of a good bouts, who had the good fortune to be present at their last struggle, will remember it all their lives as one of the grandest displays of strength and science ever witnessed in Aus- tralia. The difficulty of securing furnished or   unfurnished tenements in Fremantle is at the present time very marked—a good sign   truly. Messrs. Finlay and Co., house, estate, financial agents and auctioneers of Market-street, opposite Weidenback's, are however well to the fore with a varied list, a fact worthy of note by intending house hunters. Valuating, auction sales of furni-   ture, land, etc. a...

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W.A.G.R. PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

W.A.G.R. PICNIC. The first day of the third annual picnic in connection with the Railway Association was held yesterday at Riverside, and the outing will be continued to-morrow. The weather was perfect, and the attendance numbered quite 600. An excellent sports programme was carried out, reflecting great credit on Mr. Delaney and his committee. The chief event, the Railway Handicap, was won by D. McKay, who also won the Hurdle Race. A competition for the restoration of the apparently drowned was an interesting item and was won by E. Walton. The city   was reached early in the evening, and every- body seemed to have thoroughly enjoyed the reunion. With fine weather the con- tinuation of the picnic to morrow (Monday) promises to be equally successful. Mr. Crawford, of Beverley, writes:—Will you kindly permit me to correct an error which appeared in the SUNDAY TIMES of Sunday, April 20, and which has evidently   been taken from a misleading report in the York ...

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CABLEGRAMS. TRANSVAAL WAR. HOPING FOR PEACE. BUT PREPARING FOR WAR. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

CABLEGRAMS. TRANSVAAL WAR. HOPING FOR PEACE. BUT PREPARING FOR WAR. LONDON, SATURDAY. Speaking to a company of guests, Mr Broderick said that the Government hoped for peace, but in the interval they were sending unreservedly additional men and material, and it looked from all appearances as though the war would last for a year or two, but whenever it ended this was certain, that the nation would be stronger than it was at its commencement.

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GALLANT NEW ZEALANDERS. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

GALLANT NEW ZEALANDERS. LONDON, SATURDAY. Lord Kitchener, in a despatch dated March 8, describing the recent operations, and dwelling particularly on the fight at Langoerevacht, states that Garrett's New Zealanders displayed great gallantry and resolution at the critical moment. Their conduct, he says, reflects the highest credit on all ranks and on New Zealand. Nothing could be finer than the behavior of the men.

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HONORED AUSTRALIANS. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

HONORED AUSTRALIANS. LONDON, SATURDAY.   The following Australians have been brought under favorable notice for their conspicuously good services at the end of 1901 and early in 1902 :—Second New South Wales Mounteds—Capt. F. Lydiard, Lieut. C. Direy. Third N.S.W. Mounteds—Lieut. H. Fortescue. Westralians—Capt. A. J.   Brown, Lieut. S. R. Clifton, P. J. Daly.     Fifth Queenslanders (Old Company)—Sergt.- Major F. Knyvett, Sergt. J. Power. (The latter-named was killed.) Sixth Queens- landers—Lieut. C. -R. Vaughan. Seventh New Zealanders—Major Bauchope, Lieuts. Heckie, P. Emerson, P. Morerton, Farrier- Sergt. Quinn.

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AUSTRALIANS CONVALESCENT. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 April 1902

AUSTRALIANS CONVALESCENT   LONDON, SATURDAY,   The following Australians are convales- cent and have resumed their duties :   Líeuts. W. Wilson Smith, N.Z. Mounteds ;   S. Symond, Third N.S.W. Mounteds; Ger- main Thrall, Second Commonwealth Contin- gent.    

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