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

V IT AD ATI 0. QUEÈNSLANO^ SPEAKS C/o. Mrs. Talk. Bowen Terrace, Brisbane. Mr. 8. A. PALMER, Esq., Dear Sir,-I have much pleasure in add- ing my testimony (among the very many you have received from all parts of the States) to the curative power of VTTA DATIO. I baye been suffering from indi gestion for some considerable time, and have tried various medicines without avail. I am glad to be able to testify that VTTA DATIO bas effected a thorough Cure. I will always be able to speak of your medí cine in the highest terms, and can with perfect confidence recommend it to anyone suffering from the same complaint.-Yours truly, _ (Signed) STEPHEN C. CARTER. For further particulars, ' S A. PALMER, WELLINGTON-STREET, PERTH . (Opp. Railway Station). i Correspondence Invited. . 1 Write for Testimonials, j PUBLIC NOTICE; j Mr. W. J. FIST has been appointed Sole Wholesale and Retail Agent for West Ans- ] traba. " Address as above. Telephone 487. ! Business Announcements J. CROTHERS, BUILDER A-ST...

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

r C - (Late of Star and Sorter Motel, 4 > « ' Godarich-streeL) i* > NEWCASTLE CLUB HOTEL, S > H Jf eweastte St., Ptrth- TeLÎSa. ^. 'S AOL 33 SI Sole Agents-MILNE & CO., William Street, Perth: LÉGISLATIVE COUNCIL METROPOLITAN PROVINCE J. w. Jf * .. ...... . - Sojieits Yonr VOTE and SUPPORT. VOT|: for WEIGHT and-1. Bedistnbution of Seats. 2. Meeter*! Befcrm. a. One Adult Öne Voie. 4, ;/ Abolitw» of the Sliding Scale. 5. Shop and Factories / Act. 6. A Comprehensive Drainage Seheme. £. Public Works Committee. 8. The Classification of . Public Servants. POLLING DAY : 12th MAY. VOTE FOR WRIGHT, THE PROGRESSIVE UBERAL CANDIDATE. THE ROYAL ^t, EBiSWAN LAMP . Th© (Edison and Swan TJnit^ jffl^ Company, Limited, have the pleasure to announce tháfc they liave received the honor of Appointment by Boyal Warrant as Purveyors of Electric Laasps M H3B MAJESTY THE KING. C, WEÄRME, ELECTRICAL ENGINEER AND CONTBACTOB, 127 MUMBA T STREET, PERTH, SOLE AGENT FOR , EDISON AND SWAN, Xi03Sr3...

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

V" ;s ; LOU WILKS TOBACQONSST, HA^ " 427 vCitijQraToir SjKJSXiyTPEsrH, 1 Attends. All Principal?. Race Mae tinga. * LL 4iöMIRERS QF A GARDES. jnL SeethatyoBiflecBreoBtiof' CATO SILEWOQ|P?S Six Vhrietac j BACKETSO^TOMATSES. Unsurpassed in Flavonr and PxcductiwassB; : Dessert and Table. LocalrV Grow», ?'? »AS T is JJ . vihsw Tis IA. W ABQBT SO ACBr^{ormoter¡VililáKARBx Fo^Barticakra : ."X," SÜWDÄE TIMES Office, l&enaaskle. SoaeraLjNotictY /^ajRMTGfTAEL.>-JPl>e fneeda of the late AJ' Mr. &. CA&MB3HAEL, late of Bar- rack-street, are lespsctftdiy invited to follow, his remana tn thu place of interment, the Church of JBiiiilaaá Cemetery. Bast Perth. ' ~ The funeral ia appointed to leave his late residence, .Cottesloe Beach, at 2.3b o'clock, TO MORBO W iSandsy) AFTERNOON, and from air. jDonald& Chipper*s establish ment, 616 3Hay^treet Perth, at 4 o'clock jgevX^&totoe^&l;--tí* -»fia£t iJertix ' DONALD J. CHIPPER, Undertaker, HftY*treet, ...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

THEY SAY That Leake and Co. are slumping rapidly down the path that leads to political ex- tinction. That Groper George's alleged policy speech was a true glimpse of the innards of that legislative larrikin.   That his boastful threat to garotte the Goldfields loses him his last political props. That the obsolete Loton also played the puppet to perfection under Leake's direc- tion.     That his Cabinet's calibre can be judged by the glaring woodenheadedness of his platform parasites. That some of these Ministerial microbes will shortly disfigure the shy-poo spheres from which they sprung. That in the interest of health and eyesight   the local gas works should be expelled from Perth. That the immense volumes of filty smoke   belched therefrom are a curse to the cleanly. That the inky smudge on the landscape is   the champion eyesore of this State. That for the sake of the price of a smoke   co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FOOD FRAUDS. ROBBING THE POOR RINGS DESPOIL THE PUBLIC. Increased Prices for Bread, Milk, and Meat. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

FOOD FRAUDS. ROBBING THE POOR RINGS DESPOIL THE PUBLIC. Increased Prices for Bread, Milk, and Meat. ____     The day of rings and combines has set in in Western Australia with a vengeance. It has battened on the necessities of all classes for years. Influenced by this example the bakers and milk vendors have also com- bined, and they are emulating the butchers in extorting exorbitant prices trom the public. Take the bread ring first. Though it seeks to hide its "ring" proclivities, under the designation of an ''association," it is as much a ring and as harmful and hurtful in its ways as the butchers' combine. About a year ago, when flour touched £10 per ton, the bakers increased the price of the 2lb. loaf of bread from 3d. to 3½d. During the last month there has been a further advance in the flour market, which may be shown in this way: PRICE of FLOUR, MARCH 29, when bread was 3½d. per 2lb. per loaf:   per ton.   Local flour ... £9...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A FRENCH SCANDAL. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

A FRENCH SCANDAL LONDON, SATURDAY. Warrants have been issued tor the arrest of M. Humbert, son of an ex-Minister in De Freycinet's Cabinet.       He and his wife, and his wife's-sister, Merie Daurignac, have all absconded. The wife borrowed £2,000,000 sterling on the strength of an alleged bequest of £4,000,000 locked up in a safe. Neither Crawford, the alleged American testator, nor Nehews, the gentleman repre- sented as anxious to marry Marie Daurignac, have ever been seen.     The creditors are clamorous for justice. When the safe was opened, at the instance of the authorities, it was found to be empty.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONSTABLES SUB JDDICE. LOVE AND ZEITSCH INQUIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

CONSTABLES SUB JUDICE. LOVE AND ZEITSCH INQUIRIES   We are waiting for the reports and the results of the police inquiries in the case of Water-Constable Zeitsch, of Fremantle, who was concerned in the case against the contingenters who behaved so obscenely to a little girl on the wharf on the night before their departure for South Africa. The papers are now in the hands of Mr. Leake, the Premier, and although he has, to our knowledge, had these papers for the better part of the week past and we have made re- peated requests to see them, our representa- tive having attended at the Premier's office almost daily for that purpose. Mr. Leake has persistently refused to give us any in- formation on the plea that the case was still sub judice. From appearances it looks as if those two non-English words are to be the Official Silence Indefinitely. But the public have a perfect right to re- ceive information on these subjects, and if the public are too long kept in suspense and...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CABLEGRAMS. AN ISLAND ABLAZE TERRIBLE VOLCANIC DISASTER. 40,000 PEOPLE KILLED. MARTINIQUE BURIED IN FLAMES. THE GOVERNOR A VICTIM. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

AN ISLAND ABLAZE TERRIBLE VOLCANIC DISASTER. 40,000 PEOPLE KILLED. MARTINIQUE BURIED IN FLAMES THE GOVERNOR A VICTIM SATURDAY. A cable from St. Thomas, an island in the West Indies, states that thousands of peole in the Island of Martinique, in the French West Indies, have perished by the volcanic eruptions at Mount Pelee.   Boiling mud, flowing in streams from the crater, have buried the seaport town of St. Pierre.       Another volcano, La Soufriere, on the summit of the volcano chain at St. Vincent, is ominously emitting clouds and pillars of smoke.         At Dominica, British West Indies Lee- ward group, there are active volcanoes in a state of eruption. Frequent earthquake shocks, creating terrific noises, have produced much conster- nation at Guadeloupe, one of the principal colonies in French West Indies.

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FALL OF FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

The commander of the French cruiser   Suchet has cabled to the French Government some particulars of the catastrophe at Mar- tinique.           He states that a mass of fire fell from the crater of Mount Pelee, the seaport town of St. Pierre, at 8 a.m. The fire completely destroyed the town and burned the shipping. The entire population is supposed to have perished with the exception of about 30, who were rescued and taken to Fort de Frank. The eruption continues.

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DESTRUCTION OF SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

DESTRUCTION OF SHIPPING   The cable has been interrupted.   Two steamers which were carrying mes-   sages were lost in the rage of the elements. Another steamer was unable to land its   white passengers at St. Pierre.     It is estimated that at least a thousand sailors and probably a dozen Englishmen, with 18 vessels, were destroyed. Of these   ships four were American.             Three hundred inhabitants in the vicinity of Soufriere on the Gaudoupe Island toook refuge in the Chateau Telau.  

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THE GOVERNOR PERISHES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

THE GOVERNOR PERISHES.   It is now established that 30,000 persons perished during the awful flow and fall of fire and molten matter and by the earth- quake shocks.     It is reported that the Governor of Mar- tinique is included among those who perished during the catastrophe.    

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FRENCH FLA[?] HALF-MASTED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

An ocean travelling British schooner has arrived at Dominica. Her captain reports     having left St. Vincent, but was unable to reach St. Lucia owing to a heavy fall of sand from Soufriere. Hostile currents drove her from her course, and on the morn- ing of Thursday, when off St. Pierre, the crew of the schooner saw the summit of   Mount Pelee explode and belch forth a rain of fire which, as it fell to earth, seemed to gather in a stream and sweep on the town in a destroying wave, taking everything before it. The town and its inhabitants were swallowed up in its lurid moten ad- vance.             The cable repair steamer "Grappler" among many other seacrafts was destroyed. All flags in France have been half-masted. The British ambassador has expressed the   sympathy of Britain with France in the national calamity.

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THE DEAD IN HEAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

THE DEAD IN HEAPS. The French cruiser Suchet was able to round St. Pierre on Thursday afternoono   despite the flames which seemed to be ubiquitous.   Thirty of the inhabitants were rescued. chiefly from those engaged among the shipping.   The men from the Suchet were unable to penetrate the town, which they found a heap of burning ruins, among which lay the charred bodies of the dead, especially on the wharves.   It is feared that the Governor, the Staff Colonel, and the American Consul's wife are among the victims.

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AN ISLAND CONFLAGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

AN ISLAND CONFLAGRATION.   The steamer Esk, covered with ashes, reports that while passing within five miles of St. Pierre on Thursday night saw the town and apparently the whole island in flames.

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STEAMERS OF FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

STEAMERS OF FIRE. Everything on the British steamer Ash- more is aflame. The Suchet saved eight of the passengers     of the British steamer Roraima.     Another steamer, the Reddam, in a par-   tially burned condition slipped her anchor and made out to sea, but 17 of her crew, in- cluding some of her officers, subsequently   died from the effects of the injuries they received. Her captain is in the hospital at   St. Thomas.

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NUMBER OF THE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

NUMBER OF THE DEAD. The town of St. Pierre itself has a population of 36,000, and at the latest com- putation the number who have perished on the island altogether through the eruption was given between 36,000 and 40,000. The disturbance is still in progress at St. Vincent.   Volcanic dust is falling at the Barbadoes, and is already an inch thick. H.M.S. Indefatigable has been ordered to St. Vincent.    

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AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. THE MATCH AGAINST NOTTS. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND.     THE MATCH AGAINST NOTTS. LONDON, SATURDAY.     The match against Nottingham County     was resumed yesterday. At the finish of   the first day's play Notts had been disposed of for 287. Yesterday the Australians had charge of the wickets all day, and amassed a total of 343 for seven wickets.   Darling 95 not out, Hopkins 80, Duff 49, abd Trumper 47 were chiefly responsible for the Australians' total. Darling and Hopkins batted brilliantly, and put on 131 runs while they were asso- ciated.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MONDAY'S MATCH. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

MONDAY'S MATCH.       LONDON, SATURDAY.   The following team has been selected to represent Surrey agains the Australians on Monday:—Jephson, Crawford, Dowson, Bosh, Abel, Richardson, Brockwell, Lock-   wood, Hayward, Hayes, Stedman, Baker.

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LATE SPORTING. LOCAL RACING. CANNING PARK MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

LATE SPORTING. LOCAL RACING. CANNING PARK MEETING. The May meeting of the Canning Park Turf Club took place yesterday, and the weather being propitious an enjoyable day's sport was indulged in, the attendance being very fair. Everything passed off well (ex- cept for the poor punters), and the stewards were not called together during the day. Details: FLYING HANDICAP. Of 35 sovs. Five furlongs.   W. McNamara's Plain Bill, by Duration —Una, a., 8.8 (Owner) ... 1 J. McGowan ns Smoke, 6y., 7.3 (Wheeler) 2 C. A. Jones' Hesitation, 5y., 7.10 (Ivory) 3 Other starters—Zone (Cox), Gipsy Bill (Trenoweth), Henley (Conlon), Myallie (L. Towton), Roseland (Kirkpatrick), Ding Dong (Madigan). Betting: 6 to 4 agst Zone, 4 to 1 Gipsy Bill, 5 to 1 Henley, 6 to 1 Hesitation, 8 to 1 Plain Bill, 10 to 1 Smoke and others. When the barrier rose the favorite was first away, attended by Henley, Gipsy Bill and Hesitation, Roseland being slow to get going. Zone cut out the running down the side, w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KENSINGTON PARK RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 11 May 1902

KENSINGTON PARK RACING CLUB. The following are the nominations for the opening meeting of the Kensington Park Turf Club, which will take plaee at South Perth next Saturday :— OPENING HANDICAP:—Pretty Maid, Baby, Zeila, Ripple, Fair Sex, Idalium, Cressy. HURRY SCURRY.—Shooting Star, Mystery, Daisy, Longfellow, Mahomet. KENSINGTON PARK CUP.—Pearl, Britannia,   Ripple, Idalium, Ida, Revenge, Radoo, Cressy. PONY RACE.—Possum, Pauline, Outlaw, Baby, Sailor. GRAND STAND HANDICAP.—Pearl, Radoo, Britannia, Tremalind, Forest King, Lime- light, Revenge, Ida.

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