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RIOTS IN RUSSIA. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

RIOTS IN RUSSIA. ___       LONDON, SATURDAY. Eight hundred of the Sumy Regiment have been transferred to the remotest parts of the Russian provinces for refus- ing to fire on the rioters, in the present general disturbances. The second marine infantry detachment at St. Peters- burg have been similarly punished for refus- ing to give assistance to repress the distur- bances of the students.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CHINESE DISTURBANCES. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

CHINESE DISTURBANCES.   __ LONDON, SATURDAY.   Sixty Quarihihkis troops were killed while attempting to quell an anti-indemnity   rising at Chingting-fu. Yuaushihka is sending three regiments to destroy the neighboring towns.

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SOCIAL AT NORTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

SOCIAL AT NORTHAM. The social held at Northam on Monday evening last under the auspices of the W.A.G. Railway Association was an un- usually interesting event. There were some 70 guests present, including Mr. C. R. Knight, J.P., Mr W. J. Mullally (Southern Cross), Mr. Keating, Mr. Lunney (local secretary), and Mr. Guilfoyle (general sec- retary). Mr. Guilfoyle, in replying to the toast of "The W.A.G.R. Association," re- ferred to the progress made by the associa- tion since its formation only about three years ago, and the many important reforms which it had been the means of bringing about, and the improved position and status it had secured to the men. He also claimed that it had benefited the Railway Depart-   ment throughout the State. Through the influence of the association this great body of men employed on the State railways were now working more satisfactorily alike to themselves and their employers than was the case before the association came into being. The ...

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LATE SPORTING. w.A.T.C. MAY MEETING ASTEROID ANNEXES THE MAY HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

LATE SPORTING W.A.T.C. MAY MEETING ASTEROID ANNEXES THE MAY HANDICAP. The W.A.T.C. May meeting took place yesterday on the Perth course, in wet weather. Backers had a terrible time, rank outsiders winning the four principal events. Details:—   REDCLIFFE HURDLES Of 80 sovs. One mile and three-quarters.   J. Macpherson's Williambury, by Tele-   phone—Neta, a., 11.0 (Cerf) ...1     C. N. Kidman's , The Stag, a., 9.0 (D'Earth)...2           No other starters.   Betting 5 to 2 on Williambury, 2 to 1 agst The Stag. The Shag cut out the running till half a   mile from home, when the favorite went to   the front and won in a canter by twelve lengths. Time 3.27 1.5. ROCKINGHAM HANDICAP. Of 65 sovs. One mile. M. Edwards' Gossaire, by Gossoon— Temeraire, 5y., 7.12 (Cox) ...1   J. Jeffrey ns Fair Sex, a., 7 13 (Jeff...

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FOOTBALL. PRELIMINARY MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

FOOTBALL. PRELIMINARY MATCHES. A match was played yesterday afternoon on the Association Ground between Perth and Henley Park (juniors). The seniors played with 16 men and the juniors with 18 men. Considering the elements it was a really good, well contested game. At half   time the scores were Perth, 3- goals 4   behinds; Henley Park, 2 goals 4 behinds. The final result was:—Perth, 3 goals 5 behinds ; Henley Park, 2 goals 6 behinds. Claremont v. St. Kilda, in the Second     Rate Association, played a match, which resulted as follows:—Claremont, 7 goals 8   behinds; St. Kilda, 3 goals 12 behinds. For the winners, Landridge, Marriott and Fer- guson played well and for the losers Law- rence, Throssell, Healy and Todd worked hard to avert defeat.

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ADELAIDE FOOTBALL. ADELAIDE. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

ADELAIDE FOOTBALL. ADELAIDE. SATURDAY. The football season was opened to-day. The following are the results of the matches played: South Adelaide 4.12 (36 points), beat West Torrens 4.8 (32 points) Norwoods 13.9 (87 points), beat West Adelaide 3.0 (18 points.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ELECTIONS. The New Constitution. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ELECTIONS. ___ The New Constitution   ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. The general elections for both houses tinder the new constitution, which reduces the number of legislators by nearly one   third, were held to-day. Most of the old members re-offered their services, but the new Opposition was not formidable because, owing to the combination of the old con-   stituencies and districts, embracing two and in some cases three old ones, the. retiring members held a big advantage. There were no buming questions before the electors, the chief interest being as to which of the old members would be left out. The poll was not heavy. Mr. C. P. Hooper and his co-nominee have been returned unopposed for the two auditorships of the South Perth munici- pality.

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S.A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING FAVORITES TO THE FORE. FOOTBALL WINS THE GOODWOOD THE VICTORY THE ST. LEGER WINNER. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

S.A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING FAVORITES TO THE FORE. FOOTBOLT WINS THE GOODWOOD. THE VICTORY THE ST. LEGER WINNER. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. The S.A.J.C Autumn Meeting was begun     to-day in warm weather. The attendance was capital. The racing was interesting, and backers had a fair day, though the downfall of Sydney and Amiral were body blows to them. For the Maiden Plate Fairy States and Sir Peter Teazle were almost equal favorites, but an outsider won by a head. Sydney was made a 2 to 1 favorite for the Hurdles, but after leading for some distance he died away and Plympton won in a common canter from the second favorite,   Rickshaw. The betting on the Goodwood was heavy, but Footbolt and Andorra were singled out. Hickenbotham said Footbolt was a greater colt than Finland last year,   and Adelaide punters were content to follow him. The Melbourne money, however, was whacked on Andorra, the other candidate fancied during the week, Clanside, ...

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THE TOTALISATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

THE TOTALISATOR. The amount invested on the Goodwood Handicap today was the biggest in the history of the race. On the whole day £13,407 passed through the machine,   against £11,671 last yaer, and £13,478 ini 1899, which is the record.  

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CUP PROBABILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

CUP PROBABILITIES. After to-day's running the Cup still looks to be a fair thing for Flagship, who finished a strong fourth in the Elder Stakes, in which he carried a stone more than he will have on Wednesday. If the handicapper does not overburden Footbolt he will have a great chance, but he will probably get 9.4 or 9.5. Even with that he would be hard to beat, but he may be reserved for the Caulfield Cup. Barbarossa finished well in the Elder Stakes, and Bolger is very confi- dent, while Burn, who has ridden him in his work this week, thinks he can win. Mr. "Bill" Clarke fancies The Victory, and The Idler has a chance, as he finished well to- day behind Caledonia. Chieveley, if he had been backed in the right quarter could have troubled The Victory in the St Leger. Sport-Royal was another who ran well un- backed in the Elder Stakes, but old Flint- lock seems to be a hopeless case. Fairyland is considered by Scobie to have a good out- side chance, but Nitre's time will probably com...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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SHEET ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

SHEET ACCIDENT. At half-past 7 o'clock last night a woman named Hudson, who resides in Moir-street, was run over by a carrier's van. She was picked up by some bystanders, and a doctor summoned advised her removal to her home. The carrier who was responsible for the accident did this service to the injured woman. At the Criterion Hotel on Friday after- noon the non-commissioned officers and men of the Sixth W.A. Mounted Infantry as- sembled to present to Lieutenant Maley a very handsome gold Waltham watch and gold albertwith Kruger sovereign pendant as a mark of their appreciation of his ser- vices as an office of that body. Amongst those present were Captains Ochiltree and Young, Lieutenants Williams and Clifton, and the men of the division. The presenta- tion, which was totally unexpected, was made by Captain Techow, in a neat speech. Songs, speeches, etc., served to make a pleasant afternoon. The grift was supplied from the establishment of Mr. G. D. Upjohn of Wellington-street Me...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

FOOTBOLT. Footbolt is subject to re-handicap. and he may not be started for the Cup. His owner after the Goodwood declined to place him under offer to Barney Allen.

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LATE SPORTING. VICTORIAN RACING. Y.A.T.C. MAY MEETING. ERROR'S EXCELLENCE EXEMPLIFIED MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

LATE SPORTING. VICTORIAN RACING. V.A.T.C. MEETING.   ERROR'S EXCELLENCE EXEMPLIFIED MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. The V.A.T.C. races were held at Caulfield   to-day ia delightful weather. The fields were fair and the racing was interesting. Error was the only favorite who got home. Details:—   KATANDRA TWO-YEAR-OLD.     Of 125 sovs. Six furlongs.   Merriang, 7 2 (Dann). 1 Oakwood, 7.13 (King) .2 Robert Bruce, 8.1 (Smith).3 Other starters—War Chief, Hard-a-Lee,   Cantala and Fetter. Betting : 2 to 1 agst War Chief, 3 to 1 Oakwood, 4 to 1 Merriang, 8 to 1 Robert Bruce. Robert Bruce was the first to become pro-   minent. Then Merriang and Oakwood came with a rush, and a great race at the finish resulted in a win for the former by a head,   with half a length between second and third. Time, 1.17 ¾. KHARTOUM HURDLES.   Of 125 sovs. Two miles and 64 yards. J. Hayes' Le ...

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CONSTABLE LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

CONSTABLE LOVE. Considering the number of cases where   Constable Love has been the prosecutor of   helpless drunks, it is extraordinary that he did not arrest himself and have himself sen- tenced by his friend Roe to a brief sojourn     in Fremantle on the occasion of his recent   spree, when he was so "helplessly "tight"   that out of sheer pity the landlord of the Royal Hotel, contrary to the licensing law dealing with such cases, allowed the paralysed policeman to sleep off the fumes of Bacchus on his licensed premises. He was in plain clothes at the time and supposed to be on duty. This is not the first time that Con- stable Love has similarly offended. One offence, as others, may be overlooked, since Love is one of Drewery's pets, though other constables are severely punished for the most trivial mistakes. However, Love bas been suspended, and, despite of Drewery, we   are of opinion tha...

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ELECTIONEERING CANARD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

ELECTIONEERING CANARD.   Mr. J. M. Speed writes:—At my Leeder-   ville meeting some person, apparently with     a desire to injure my candidature, called out that I had employed Dagoes as bill stickers. My secretary waited on the li- censed billposter, who had the whole of my work, and he makes the following state- ment:—"Re posting Mr. Speed's posters,   we never have or ever intend to employ an   Italian as billposter. {Signed) KINNIMENT and Co. (pro T. C. Kinniment)." Comment is not necessary;

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SPORTING. RACING FIXTURES. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

RACING FIXTURES.   ____           MAY 5. Mt. Sir Samuel R.C. 7. Maribyrnong R.C. 7.10. S.A.J.C. 9. Lawlers A.T.C. 10. Canning Park T.C.   10. Mentone R.C. 10. Rosehill R.C. 13, 14. Hay L.V.R.C. 14. Aspendale Park R.C. 17. Williamstown R.C. 17. W. A-Tattersall's Club. 17. Goldfields Polo Club. 17. Sydney Tattersall's Club 19. Moonta J.C. 20,21. Nor'-West J.C. SL Menzies T.C. 21. Findon Harriers H.C. 24. Helena Vale R.C. 24. Kookynie R.C. 24. Moonee Valley B.C. 24. Moorefield B.C. 26. Southern Cross B.C.   28. Malcolm B.C. 28, 29. Bendigo J.C. 31. Epsom R.C. 31. Canterbury Park R.C. 31. June 7, 9. Adelaide R.C. 31. June 2: Canning Park T.C. JUNE.   3. Kyneton J.C.   4. Maribyrnong R.C. 5. 6. De Grey A.R.C. 7. Melbourne H.C 9. V.R.C. 11. Maribyrnong R.C. 11, 14. Boulder R.C. 14. Port Adelaide R.C. 14, Oaklands H.C. 17. Sandown Park R.C. 18. Mentone R.C. 18, ...

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TURF TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

TURF TATTLE.   There was a good day's sport at Helen   Vale yesterday week, and the racing was interesting, finishes being close and excit- ing in most instances. Reg. Pell seems to     have a happy knack of hanging hs fields , well together, and he has had more than the   usual measure of success of late.   Black Demon, Eos and Zone were the   only three back for money in the City Handicap, outside prices being on offer   against the others. Black Demon was in a   galloping hunter, and as Jeffreys for once did not attempt to win with his usual late   (too late) run, Black Demon got home very comfortably. Eos again failed over five furlongs, which formerly was his favorite distance, and he seems to have developed into a bit of a   stayer. He certainly is not proving very profitable to Ted Dawson, his Cue owner, for he has backed him for as mu...

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CRICKET. The Australian Eleven. ENGLISH FIXTURES. May. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

The Australian Eleven. ENGLISH FIXTURES. May.     5. South of England, at Crystal Palace. 8. Notts, and Nottingham. 12. Surrey, at Kensington Oval. 15. Essex, and Leyton. 19. Leicestershire, at Leicester/ 22. Oxford University, at Oxford.   26. Marylebone, at Lords. 29. First Test, at Birmingham or Nottingham. JUNE.           2. Yorkshire, at Leeds. 5. Lancashire, at Manchester. 9. Cambridge University, at Cambridge. 12. Second Test, at Lords. 19. Derbyshire, at Derby. 23. Yorkshire, at Bradford. JULY.     3. Third Test, at Sheffield. 7. Warwickshire, at Birmingham. 10. Worcestershire, at Worcester.     14. Gloucestershire, at Bristol. 17. Somerset, at Taunton. 21. Surrey, at Kennington Oval. 24. Fourth Test, at Manchester. 28. Essex, at Leyton. 31. Sussex, at Brighton. AUGUST.   7. Hampshire, at Southhampton. &a...

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FLOT[?] [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

"There never was a game yet worth a rap For a rational man to play, Into which no accident or mishap Could possibly find its way." —ADAM LINDSAY GORDON. * The football aeason «nll> ooaaaeaee in earnest next Saturday, wheaithe faatnmnd of premiership matches wfll be coaanenced. Again six clnbs ore in tim «»mnetääon, and from the enthusiastic .meetings so far held the season promises to be a very aacuuauíul ¡ane. ... . ..: «. ? .? * It is to be regretted that a difficulty has arisen over the endeavors of As ibwaoiation to obtain the nie of the W.A^Cricket Asao 'ciation ground for match It seems to ns that the trastees of the Association Ground have acted« in av most arbitrary and nnjusänable manner ia this matter. Who are they that thW should dictate to the Football Assoctatiamhow they shpold draw up their list of ifirtareBÎ\ Do the Football Association interfese witaithe Cricket Association in the same manner at thestart of the mtter'sseasonï They weald certainly have as much righ...

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WRESTLING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

WRESTLING.     Another Græco-Roman wrestling match has been arranged between Harry Pearce the Australian champion, and Jack Pearn, who put up such a terrific struggle in the Perth Town Hall on April 16. This time the match will be on turf. Articles have been signed, and the contest—which is the best three out of five falls for £100 aside and the championship of Australia—will take   place on Monday, May 19.   Dr. Hooper's Nerve and Branin Tonic will be fonnd especially efficacious in nervous debility, from whatever cause arising. Pro- curable at the W.A. Apothecaries Com- pany's establishments only. When writing to advertisers please men- tion that you saw advertisement in the   SUNDAY TIMES. You will get better value     and do us a good turn at the same time. Edmund Dean and Co-, Chemists, 415 Hay-street, have just received per mail steamer a large assortment of sponges of the best grades, a...

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