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

With the performance on Monday night of "How Wicked of Brown" the much-re- gretted last appearance of the Taylor-Car- rington Co. terminates, Fremantle then   claiming this company of experienced and   clever artists for a few nights. Throughout their all too-short stay they little band of Thespians, amongst whom there is no "pass- enger," have afforded genuine entertain-   ment to lovers of first-class acting, their mountings being excellent, and the "books"   of the various pieces always "clean." To single out one play, that of "Is She Guilt-   less" stands out prominently, the intensely dramatic situations being worked up to and sustained with care and skill not too often attained by occupants of larger halls of Thespis. Last night "The Octaroon" was played to a big house, and to-morrow "How Wicked of Brown" will, no doubt, convulse a bumper audience. On Tuesday night   Jones and Lawrence resume variety...

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

MUNDIJONG BACKYARDS. ____             A visit of the sanitary officer to Mun- dijong at the present time would be the means of adding to the revenue of the State. Some of the backyards, especially that near the hotel, would turn a pig from his food, the stench is so abominable. A person   walking in the vicinity would he in danger of getting bogged in the filth from the pig styes. The drinking water is obtained about 35 yards from this place.        

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. L. Conway, Fremantle.—Sorry proofs will   not do.                 "One Disgusted."—You must send your name and address. Anonymous letters are always thrown in the W.P.B.     "Traveller."—We would not advise you to risk your life in a coaster. Book your   passage in a mail boat. They always   start up to time and their charges are not much higher than the coffin companies.   "Electra."—Your suggestion has already   been put into effect.   "Justitus"—No notice taken of communica- tions unless name and address are sent. "Country Bumpkin."—A secretary of a Roads Board should not be permitted to open tenders privately, but there are many wrongful and illegal things "allowed" to Roads Boards secretaries in W.A. "Pro Bono Publico."—No space this week. &am...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUSINESS NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

BUSINESS NOTICES C.H. Jackson, proprietor of the Sham- rock Hotel, Hay-street, has introduced specialties for the winter season in the shape of English and American hot and cold drinks, consisting of "morning glory cock- tails," "Tom and Jerry," "Saratoga brace- up," "gold and silver fizz," hot drinks, "egg     nogg," "gin and whisky sling," whisky,   brandy, gin, rum, milk and egg "punches," "swangs," whisky, brandy, gin, rum, port and sherry "flips," "Tom, Dick and Harry," "white plush," "red velvet," hot spiced ale and wine, hot "toddy," and other varie- ties; also bovril and coffee royal, which may   be obtained at any hour. Mr. Jackson trusts that the public will appreciate his efforts to provide wholesome and seasonable refreshments.   The steady increase of population in this State and the consequent arrival of wives and intended wives of many of the resident population is causing a healthy stir in the furniture...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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THE ADELAIDE CUP. VATICINATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

BY THE CAULFIELDITE.             The S.A.J.C. Autumn Meeting, begun so   auspiciously at Morphettville yesterday, will be continued next Wednesday, when the principal event will be the Adelaide Cup, of 800 sovs., one mile and five furlongs. This race was first instituted in 1864, and during the 38 years of its existence some time- honored names have been returned. Space precludes me reviewing past Adelaide Cups, so I will at once get to business and try and throw some light on the present one. Six- teen horses cried content when the accep-   tances became due, and they still remain in the race, the following being the     PROBABLES STARTERS. JOCKEYS. Barbarossa, 9.0... T. Brown         Sport Royal, 9.0... H. Holmes Footbolt, 8.9... W. Burn Nitre, 8.3 ... A. Bennett Flintlock, 8.0...R. Trewartha Amiral, 8...

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MATRIMONIAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

The following marriages have been noti- fied to take place at an early date ; Harry A. Gilmour, Fremantle, to Ethel M. Mayne. Fremantle. John Robertson, Fremantle, to Hannah C. M. J. Lelong, Fremantle. Charles Moore, Fremantle, to Hannah E, Lewis, Fremantle.         Alfred F. Robinson, Fremantle, to Ellen W. Golding, Fremantle.             Dougald Campbell, Fremantle, to Alma J. McGregor, Fremantle           Alfred B. Vincent, Perth, to Minnie Preston, Perth.   Thomas Macker, Perth, to Eliza A. Preston, Perth. Alfred Stevens, Perth, to Annie E. Pike, Perth. Me. H. C. Armstrong, Surgeon Dentist, advertises painless extractions, the latest local anesthetics being employed by him. Address: W. A. Apothecaries Company.   "The Alexandra," Barrack-street (Berry's) is open ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
KING SOLOMON'S RESERVOIRS. WORKS 3,000 YEARS OLD. SUPPLY JERUSALEM WITH WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

KING SOLOMONS   RESERVOIRS. ___   WORKS 3,000 YEARS OLD. SUPPLY JERUSALEM WITH WATER. On February 20 last, writes the New York Journal, the first water from Solomon's   pools was received in Jerusalem with a sim- ple ceremonial in the great mosque at Omar. The pipe from the ancient reservoir delivers the water at two points in the city—one is in the so-called Haram, or court of what was once Solomon's Temple, but is now the great Mosque of Omar, and this is for Moslems only ; the other is at the fountain built in the valley of Hamom by Sultan Suleiman Ibu Selim in the sixteenth century. The engineering work has been done by a Greek engineer, Mr. Franghia. He has re-   trieved the immediate need of Jerusalem by     laying this four-inch pipe from Bethlehem,   to which point the water from the Pools of Solomon had already been carried in this   fashion. This is only the preliminary ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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our Sunday Serials THE HERMIT'S DAUGHTER. (Written for the "SUNDAY TIMES.") [CONTINUED.] CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

OUR SUNDAY SERIAL THE HERMIT'S DAUGHTER. By RODERIC TINN. (Written for the "SUNDAY TIMES.'') [CONTINUED.] CH APTER XII. When she came to consciousness she was terribly alarmed at her surround- ings. A Chinawoman was bending over her, and though the bed she was lying on was tolerably good and per- fectly clean the room was devoid of plaster or paper-hangings, and the only relief to the monotony of boards were a few slips of paper covered with Chinese characters pasted against the walls. "Where am I?" she asked feebly.   "In belly kind place," was the reply.   "Who brought me here?'   "My hulleband, you savee ? Him mally me, findie Misse, blingee me."   Nina was too feeble to continue the conversation, and she dropped into slumber. When she awoke she found the same   female member of the Celestial Empire watching by the bed. "How long have I been here?"   "Oh, plenty month. You muchee,   plenty ...

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

EPILOGUE. The night was exceedingly dark, and it was only by an occasional light in the harbor that Ah Wen could dis- tinguish the spot where to land his fair passenger. And when she had stepped out of the boat it was with equal difficulty that she could find her way along. Seldom had she paid a visit to her father on such a night of blackness, and when she had done so ber father had either met her or direc- ted her way by his voice. This night he was neither there to meet her, nor to call out his directions. By dint of perseverance she groped her way to the cave. Timorously she   stood at the entrance and called out "Father!" There was no answer. She repeated "Father !" "Father !" She fancied she heard a faint echo ;   that was all. What could be the matter? Her heart almost stood still with fright. Perhaps he was asleep. She ven- tured within and called out in a trembling voice, "Father !"   There was still no answer. She groped her way towar...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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A Wanderer. -?Written for the "Sunday Times." I. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 4 May 1902

A Wanderer. ___ Written for the "SUNDAY TIMES." I. Only a wanderer, old and grey. Ere the tale of his life be told, Treading with pain the bushman's way     That leads to the sunset's fold. Home he had none, and the way seemed long, The end of the day drew near, Yet he came to the home that, gay with song, Broke out on his startled ear;   For it seemed to thrill with the days gone by It moved in his underblood;     It swept through the soul like the thunder cry Ot the river great in flood. And he saw at the door of the bushman's hut But a vision of angel light,       And the eyes grew dim as the hillside's rut Loomed deep on his aged sight.   Only a child, with her golden hair And eyes full of hazel wonder,   Whose gleams of truth but seemed to tear   The rifts of his soul asunder;   Only a child, as he once had known &nb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

Telephone No. 313. Under the Patronage of H.R.H. the DUKE OF CORNWALL and YORK. LEVINSON & SONS Manufacturing Jewellers, Watchmakers, Opticians, &c. 167 & 169 BARRACK STREET, PERTH (Formerly of Ballarat). BUY FROM THE M AK ZRS AND SAVE MONEY, AVOID DUTY AND MIDDLEMEN'S PROFITS. Country Orders promptly attended to. Si Z££ TZ % Only at LEVINSON & SONS. ; Any Article made to Order. TILL GOODS GUARANTEED. Repairing done.

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FOOTLIGHT FAVORITES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

j How rL^YiNcrX À CLEVER AvirTR^L-^^ '4 -INC AT f§ *M IN'THE TOF-H^O^" J& AT THE LONDON fcrÈj^ "TÎÎELITTLE F= TWoTlNIJHED ENTERTAINER WK? 15 NOW SOUTH. AFRLC; -^FOOTLIGHT FAVORITES_

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TO THE DEAF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

TO 1HLÜÉAF. A C¿BE FOB iÏKATSiSS.-The indian' Specific, lately introduced into this country, is absolutely the . best remedy ever known for deafness and noises in the head. It goes ' right to the seat of the trouble, aud speedily effects a complete cure. . A lady says, "I am indeed happy to tell you tiiat the Indian Remedy bas entirely restored my hearing, although my case was long ago considered hopeless." Testimonials Com all parts of the world. Sold in bottles 4s. 9d. post free, with full directions. (Protected by Govern- ment Stamp.) Address: Mr. James Harley, 23 Stockdale-road, Battersea Park, Loudon, S.W., England. " The well-known Goldfields firm ot electri- cal engineers, fitters and mechanics, Messrs. J B. Tait and Co., have opened in Perth They are to be found at 485 Wellington 6treet, nearly opposite the Ice Company,1 and not far from Ute Goldfields Club Hotel. Not only do they instal electric lights and ; do everything' that electrical engineers are iupposed to do, but t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

ii ABBY ni IWF ^^¿sp^jBn&ró, nnfiill ULAIlIVLj EaöeChan*OTs,Pertli, . RETIRIÍÍG^ni BUSINESS.-Large Sale Wines, Spirits, Teas, Cigars, and Lager Boers." Balance of recent shipments, including - SOOcases Geo. Hyde Whisky, 488. casej Old , .ScètcJiBulfc Whisky (Watson's), 25s.galloD.in bottle or ATS; IQQ cases Pilsner Lager îîeer, 7e. 6cL doz. quarte; Stanley Brewery Alé, 7e. doz. ; Coâoaial Wince, Prt, Claret, and Sherry, 18s. QOM; Devonshire Cider; Foreign Cigars (Marc Aurel), 13s. 6d. box; finest Ceylon Teas, in 51b. boxes, 7s6d. All orders given must be for cash only. Telephone 631. Inspection invited. ii!; F NEWMAN & SON, .136 and 13fc BAERACK-ST. (TeL Î97}, VfCTORIA PARK awd v «' EIVERSBÄLK If UBSERD25, HAVE Di STOCK :-Vrm% Trees «rf «U varieties, worked on the most approved stocks ; true to name. Grape Vines. Rosee all varieties. SEEDS-Agncnltar&i, Veget- able »od Flower, all leading&nd mont appro vad varieties. Reliable Agents «anted, and toe Tra...

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GREENBUSHES HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

Tinfidler . writes": - Some time     ago Sir John Forrest granted £250 to extend the hall here, as the present one is totally inadequate for the pur- pose of entertainments, etc. in fact, it is so small that all decent theatrical companies avoid it as unpaying. By some muddle between the Public Works and Lands Departments, the money which was paid to the trustees was jockeyed out of their hands by Mr. Stuart, who calls himself presi- dent of the Miners' Association, and immediately proceeded to clear a-new site three-quarters of a mile away from the present hall, and most inappro- priately placed betreen an hotel and wine and beer saloon. The trustees wrote to the departments and received     a reply asking that three delegates from each body meet and decide how the money was to be expended, but on the trustees approaching the association it was found to consist of two persons   only-Messrs. Stuart and May-and was with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

ROYAL STANDARD HOTEL Corner LAKE and BRISBANE ST3. The BEST RESIDENTIAL HOTEL in W.A. The Highest and Healthiest Spot in Perth: t Everything the Best. FRANCIS SMITH (Late of Beaufort Arms), Proprietor. STANLEY C. SUTTON, WHOLES ALF MEAT SALESMAN and DEALER in all Kinds of LIVE STOCK, S Eagle Chambers, Perth. OH HAJTO-DR AUGHT HORSES, FAT and STORE PIGS. Wanted at Once-STORE CATTLE. TA UDLEÏ KENNEL 8. COCKER SPANIELS at STUD. KOTCPUA BOBS {Cham pion last show New South Wales Kennel Club), by Cham- pion Towomba Ben out of Champion Gains- borough Marchioness. Fee, £2 2s. DUDLWY PEER (Winner two First, Perth and Fremantle Shows last year), by Corio Darkie - Champion Gainsborough Beauty. Fee, £1 ls. - ? . PUPS for SALE, ex FEATHER CARBON and DUDLEY RONA (Both Winners Championship last Perth and Fremantle Shows). Apply H. BARNETT, C/o Drake and Stubbs, Hay-street, Perth. HERR RÄSSMUSSEN'S ALFAUNE HERBAL REMEDIES. ALF ALINE VITALITY PILLS are a guaranteed^cure for aU Nervous Disea- ses, We...

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MISSING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

MISSING FRIENDS. Below we give a list of the missing in Aus- tralia, compiled from the latest English, Irish and Scottish journals. Any person who can give information concerning those wanted is kindly requested to send particu- lars to the Editor of THE SUNDAY TIMES, Perth. The intelligence will then be for- warded to the paper in which the enquiry first appeared. Particulars should be sent as briefly as possible, plainly written on one side only of the paper. A "stamped ad- dressed envelope" must in all cases be sent for reply :— BERRY (Samuel, who left Grandborough, Rugby, about 26 years ago for New Zealand; last heard of 12 years ago, when he went to Sydney. CLARK (William) left England in 1852; last wrote from North Downs, Tasmania, in   1879. ELLIS (James), plasterer ; left Jersey for London 30 years back ; a year afterwards he went to Australia. EAGLE (Thomas or James), who left Lynne Norfolk, 48 years ago ; last heard of from   Horsham, Victoria. &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

I BUY FOR CASH AT HIGHEST PRICES KANGAROO, WALLABY, OPOSSUM, Etc. Also WOOL, HIDES, TALLOW, SHEEPSKINS, GUM, Exe . K »»?IP'Ä^^' ? * ;. ? FREMANTLE. -." 'tC;5?0^!^^p^^Sf^. «a- vmrrk ros LABQjB, &t (Andst SYDNEY, M.S.W.) SOLE AGENCY- IN for-THÖRNttY ^ Horses and Cattle. Undoubtedly good ktaSC. Write to Charles Hormann for Particulars and Testimonials Charles Hormann, £^E£R|2ft * 4 DAVIS & HERMAN, 104 Barcacas-steeet. j MEMBERS OF VÍA TÁTTEÉALL'S. * TURF COMMISSIONAGENTS. COMMISSIONS JEXECUTED ON ALT. ' EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE COMMONWEALTH. ?' - * TmM^^:^f0^Bà REPLY.' . ? j v "'V jpàjBC;- -^ ? -.?(' BEST BRANDS of CIGARS and TOBACCOES. GEORGE BOLGER, " TOBACCONIST, ETC BESS BRANDS CIGARS. CIGARETTES '->..?.? and TOBACCO.s GEORGE BOLGER, 378 HAT STBEBT. W. BROADHURST wm ALWAYS BE FOUND At the PRINCIPAL RACE MEETINGS. GORDON and HAWKINS, COSMOPOLITAN AND FEDERAL BILLIARD SALOONS, 196 and 148 MURRAY-STREET. FOOT Aleock's Best Tables Best Brands Tobacco and Cigars. I. ABRA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

BONEDUST. BONEDUST BLOOD MANURE. It is admitted that the only genuine article on the market is that manufactured by HOLMES BROS. and 00. Samples and prices quoted on application. Full weight and analysis guaranteed. We desire to nctífy the pnblic that parcels of Boned net and Blood Manure are sold by other firms, and represented as our manu- facture. We wish it to be distinctly nuder- ; stood that we have NO AGENTS. Clients j can depend upon obtaining the genuine article only by application to any of our branches or head office, Fremantle. HOLMES BROS. and CO., ¡ Premier Butchers. The Apothecaries Company ainounce that they have secured the services of Mr. J. G. Cooper, Pharmaceutical Chemist and graduate of the Melbourne College of Phar- macy, as night dispenser for their principal establishment, 468 Hay-street. Prescrip- tions can now be dispensed at the above address at all hours of the day cr night. All your medicinal requirements, toilet requisites, patent medicines, etc., will...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

Special Ad? Condit and tannder, FASHIOSÂBLS TAILORS, | H ATTERS AND HKRCERS, . 412 Hay-Street; Perth. . latest Selections of New Season's j Goods Jost Opened. ALL KINDS OF HATS MADE "TO , ORDER. DRESS .SPITS %' SPECL&LTY. Bk O N A L D J. G H I P P S R, j \ UNDERTAKER, . - Hay-sta-eet, Perth, andatHaunan street, Kalgoorlie. The Most Up-to-Date Fanerai Furnishing Establishment» in the. State. The Latest Designs id Wreaths, Domes and Crosses always on hand at both establishment». H AR LES COULSON, Undertaker,,108 dames-street. FUNERALS Supplied ami Conducted at j Moderate Chargea. Telephone 422. . 1 Crystal Cafe Restaurant 867 HAY-STREET, PERTH (Opposite tim Bon Marché). T. DEW, Proprietor. . (Late of Alban-/).«. Railways Mien, . Remember your Friend ? during the late Strike, «nd Patronise the j Maa who stuck to you. i Aili MEALS, ls. First-class Beds »nd well-4tont0ated Booms from ls. «d. to 2a. per night. The Crystal Cafe has po rival in the City I fc-rCleanuneasandCivilit-r....

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