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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

RETTRDfG rom BUStïifâîS.-iiigesJe Wipes, Spirits, Teas, Cigars, and Lager -~§ Beera. Balance of reoenÇ^hîpmeBi», indudinir .- SOO caaes Geb Ï^W^- ^tós. eÄ; Old £ ScotèiiBalfc WhfekyXWÄ^'^^äö^ «Jloa,in ; - bottleor ATS; 100 cases Pilepcr Lager Heir, Ts.: j's- <^doz.qnarts; Stanley Bre^ry Ale, 7B. doz.; i : : Colonidl Wines, EH, Claret, aa^ Sherry, Í8¿ ski * <^:3)evoí*a»ire{Sder5 Foreign Cigars (Marc Aurel); 13s. 6cCbox; finest Ceylon Teas, m 51b. .boxes, 7s6dL All orders given must be for cash , only. Telephone 534. Inspection invited. , ' ? ~_.L_ti "* - ?? ? ' ' ?? « - * ' " _ CF. NEWMAN & SON, I SEEDSMEN, NimSEBYMEN, FLORIST, 136 and 1S8 BARRACk-ST. (Tel 87), , VJOmSIk J*AKK and i; BIVERSliALts.SU5»ËROS, HATS IN STOCK :-Fruit Trees oí aH varieties, worked on Ü»e most approved ? stocks ;tra¿ to name. Grape vines. Bases all varieties. SEEDS-Agncnltnral, Taget- : atieaodFtavrer, «U leadingand mott approved varieties. Reliable Agente wasted, and the Trade ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE PROPOSED. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

UMYERSA1 SÜFFMGE PPPOSED. ? The Swedish Cliambershavereooinmended a/Bill t& ¡nake fct^eim^to tBketSeçt ia 1904, for the exercise oî the suffrage by citizens who have completed their term of nulitary service and attained their 25th. birthday. This is intended to be on the basis of universal suffrage. -

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

Telephone No. 31 Under the Patronage of H.R.H. the DUKE OF CORNWALL and YORK. LEVINSON & SONS Manufacturing Jewellers, Watchmakers, Opticians, 167 & 169 BARRACK STREET, PERTH (Formerly of Ballarat). BUY FROM THE MAKERS AND SAVE MONEY. AVOID DUTY AND MIDDLEMEN'S PROFITS. Country Orders promptly attended to. »5CT COU» FROM 2Z8 COLO LOCKETS FROM £1 EACH. WU» LINKS HMM 15/ 3TERUNC SILVER OOBCAS THIMBLES spsciAUY mm, am um. ANY OESICJf *WE TO OBOE« COLD BANGLES FROM 25- EACH CHILDREN'S SIZES FROM IO ZflT«»'!! SET wTTH DIAMONDS TD 0THEfi «MS FROM £2 6s. ,11 SS e= HZ S £ Only at LEVINSON & SONS. Any Article made to Order. ALL GOODS GUARANTEED, Repairing done.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

DAIRY COWS, CAJ^:?S:TLIMBS, PIGS-EVERY THURSDAY, at 2 O'Clock P.M. HORSES, VEHICLES, H ARNESS-KVER Y TUESDAY, ll o'Cïoek A. M.. PREMISE?-STIRLING and PIER STS., Largest of their kind in the Commonwealth. Stock Consigned by Kail should be Timed to Arrive on WEDNESDAY. I take Delivery Perth Station, and will Pay Railage if required. W. B. GORDON, Stock Salesman. ESTABLISHED IN PERTH ll YEAKS.[ Houses and Land for Sale Town Properties of West Australia, Limited. To Market. Gardeners Sc farmers. BELGRAVIA TOWNSHIP (GROVE FARM, TTTTR picturesque Townsite is on the PertQ-Guildford Bead, adjoining W.A. Racecourse and tí wau River. Subdivided into garden areas fronting the River and Town Lots on the Perth-Guildford Road. Conditions to meet all require menta. OSBORNE PftREt ESTATE. This Property, comprising 6,000 Acres, fronts the NOSTH BEACH ROAD, and is Situated only TWO MILES FROM THE PERTH BOUNDARY. It is Highly Suitable for all sorts of Vegetables, Fruits, Vines. Poultry, Pigs, Etc THE ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

ROYAL STANDARD HOTEL Corner LAKE and BRISBANE ST3. Thé BEST RESIDENTIAL HOTEL in W.Ä. \ The Highest and Healthiest Spot, in Perth. Everything the Best. ' FR&KCTS SMITH (Late of Beaufort Arms), Proprietory HEBB BASSMÜSSEN'S ALFALINE HERBAL REMEDIES. ALFALINE VITALITY PILLS are a guaranteed core for all Nervous Disea- ses, Weak Spine, Brain and Nerves, Poor Memory, Tired Feeling, Melancholia, Spots before the Eyes, etc. Boxes, 6s. and 12s.; courses, 23s. éd.; special powerful courses, 43s. 6d. ALFALINE UNIVERSAL PELLS are a permanent cure for Wasting Diseases in Women, Ansmia, and a perfect Blood and Nerve Tonic Boxes, 6s. and 12s.; courses, 23s. 6<L; special powerful courses, 43s. 6d. ALFALINE BLOOD PILLS are a permanent cure for all Chronic Blood and Skin Diseases, Blotches, Blood Disor- ders, Diseases of the Urinary Organs, Gravel etc. Boxes, 6s. and 12s.; courses, 23s. fd.; special courses, 43s. Cd. ALFALINE RHEUMATIC PILLS. Guaranteed to cure Rheumatism, Gout, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

. SMOKE Virgin Gold Cigarettes, 3¿ Ter Tamest. < cc SPEGIAIi33 "W^SDZSG^l^ ABSOLUTELY XJnSTRIVAÍT.TZ:Í3., Sole Agents-WLL8E & CO., William Street, Perth. THE ROYAL ß&L EDISWÂN LAMP Tte Edison and Swan United Electric Light Company, Limited, have the pleasure to announce that they have received the honor of Appointment by Royal Warrant as Purvevors of Electric Lamps to HIS MAJESTY THE KING. ' 1 C. WEARNE, ELECTRICAL ENGINEER AND CO>~TRACTOR,; : ; MnMBAT STJRÈJE^ PJEKTII, SOLE ARGENT FOR CABLES, DYNAMÖ3, LAMPS,, and FITTINGS ^ IN STOCK, Rankine's Patent Feed Water Filter and Grease Extractor. HAT STREET, Basement of Fresh Pood and Ice Company's ; New Premises, Two Doora from Bon MarcUe. HES. E. E. ÉBBÔTTS <htt* of Kalgoorlie) RECHERCHE LUNCHEON and TEÄ BOOMS, the-Xargest and Coolest in the City, ABE NOW OPEN. HOT AND COLD LUNCHEONS. DINNERS, AND GRILLS Afternoon Tea a Specialty. . Fruit Salads and "Luncheons. Late Supper up to 12 O'Clock. Open ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

Special Advertisements. tondit and Launder, " FASHIONABLE TAILORS, BATTERS AND MERGERS, . ¿12 Hay-Street, Perth. . Tratest Selections of New Season's Goods Just Opened. ALL KINDS OFHITS MADE TO ORDER. , DRESS SUITS A; SPECIALTY. TTVONALD J. CHIPPER, : JJ UNDERTAKER, - Hay-street, Perth, and at'fl annan - street, Kalgoorlie. . '. The Most Up-to-Date Pameral J^nrnishing '\ . Establishments in the State. The Latest ?: Designs in . Wreaths,' Domes and Crosses, always on hand at both establishments. H ABLE S f COU L6.0 Nr \_J Undertaker, 108 James-street. . - FUNERALS Supplied and Conducted »t; Moderate Charges. (Telephone 422. \ Crystal gafe Restaurant 867 HA.Y-ST^BT, PERTH (Opposite the Bon Marché). : T, DSVsV Proprietory . (I^teof Albahy). !;V : - Railway Men, Remember vôjh- vIMehd" daring the late. Strike, and Patronise *the Han who stack toyaípu-" ' * ? ? 'T ?? ' ALL MEALS, ls. First-lass Beds and - well-ventilated Rooms, from ls. 6d. to 2s. per night. ?>; .; .-? ? ' ¿-. ?± The C...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISSING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 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 : — BURGAR (James), 40, draper, native of   Papa, Westray, Orkney. Wast in Cool- gardie about six years ago.   DARKE (James), left Burton-on-Trent with his wife and son 36 years ago ; last news from Wallaroo Inn, Adelaide. DOWN (John S.), left England, in 1874 ; last known to be in Rochester, Australia. ENTWISTLE (W. G.), last wrote from Carl- ton, Australia, in 1877.   FOREMAN (Alfred and Emma), left Cle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

J^UNiaPALITY OF SOUTH PERTH. APPLICATIONS are INVITED from Persons competent and willing to perform tiie duties oí TOWN CLERK. MUNICIPAL ENGINEER, and SECRETARY of tbe BOARD of HEALTH. Salary, £225 per annum. The engagement to be terminab'e on the giving of three months9 notice or the payment of three months' salary in lien of notice. The successful-, applicant must obtain a fidelity guarantee in the sum of .£600 from an approved insurance company. He will also be required to reside within the munici- pality. Applications, accompanied by testimonials, to be sent through the post, addressed to the Acting Town Clerk, South Perth, en- dorsed ''Application for Town Clerkship,', and must he delivered to him not later than MONDAY, MAY 26,1902. J. CHARLES, Mayor. Biliary Calculi (Gall, Stones) CUBED BY , ,. VSTADATIO. Suffered Hore or liesa from 1888 to 1807. Mr. S. A. PALMER, . :'\ ' ; 'Dear £ir,-1MB witíi- veiy^greát pleasure I testify to the inestimable vaine cf Webber's Great Herbal Re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

1 BUY FOR CASH AT HIGHEST PRICES KANGAROO,, WALLABY, OPOSSUM, Etc. Also WOOL^mDES, TALLOW, SHEEPSKINS, GUM, EiC ESSEX ST., r ?" FREMANTLE. Charles Hormann, Josi*. "%i F&RLABËUB.&C (And St SYDNEY, N.S.W.) Concentrated Food farf 'articulais -and Testimonials Sporting. TES . . WESTERN ÄÖSTRÄUÄN TURF GLOB. EJSTTBIES POE WESTERX AUSTRALIAN DERBY, 250 So vs., And KARRAKATTA PLATE, 250 SOTS. (For Two-year-olds). To be BUN oa FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1902. CLOSS at 6 PJHL on MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1902. ¡DAVIS & HERMAN,, 104 Barrack-street. MEMBERS OF~^MTTATTERSAU,S. TURF COMMISSION AGENTS. GCÄOÖ8SIOKS EXECUTED ON AU. EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE COMMONWEALTH. TELEGRAMS MUST BE REPLY PAID. \ BEST BRANDS of CIGARS and TÛBACCOBS. GEORGS BOLGER, TOBACCONIST, Ste. BEST BRANDS CIGARS. CIGARETTES and TOBACCO. GEORGE BOLGER, 378 HAY S TBS ET. W. BROADHURST wai ALWAYS BE FOUND As the PRINCIPAL RACE MEETINGS. LOU WILKS TOBACCONIST, ' HAIRDRESSER, nod COMMISSION AGENT, 427 WELLINGTON STREET, PE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

Fi?** 1^ VlSilili "Inf POR IMALUK. THE W08LÛ, POE. VALUE. TtLA¿>£ -MAJKK. CBuNTRY PARCELS. Aie ^rï^rï^ B^RCÍILS^ m\:«^:rv-|^^!i^-ti^ii Country Coimocfei/ . Wé'Gâa&Q&ôe Sátó¿&">daoJÍi:;-í; '. f^e irant your Trade, a»d oííer these -BjfcsoioL j Indo* 'arante^ îifotice: Orders will !be Desgatehjad-; Oeil ? JËkPareeMor Men 1 ÎCa *y Worsted SERGE or JT WEED ï sum 2 SI iuàel UÎTDErlSBaEBÎSj 3iM en's Tacking .SHIB/ES* ll Pi OT BE ACTES, bèst ' ?,, IB iT {mt), anykîze " a F, airs Watten SOGKB. S| ArgejSoft HANDKERCHIEFS SI IES. ^«t^Patfcsrps. ", & Í, ?aîr WîiDERPANTS (Mfenn o). £2. Family Parcßk 1 Pair Ifoollen BLANKETS. 1 'Bair White Twilled SHEETS,-, Son Ikmble Beds. < ' . 2. Palra White TwOled SHEB3J3Í :. 54in. Wide.« 13 Ffauwdette, 33in». bbst: ^ 1 Wbite H.C. QTJJXT 13 Yards White,CAUCO. 1 HEARTH BUG. Í Large ;Torkey TO WEES. 2 «Taris American LEATHER;. lt Pair COSSETS, anysiaa. ? , Paiv 'Oaahmere HOSE. \ ? < 6 stítchea- HANDKER...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

THEY SAY That the finding of the Boverie by the Narrung has resulted in a painfully crimson catastrophe.   That by the latter vessel a top-loving couple had booked passages to Boer Land. That each had left farewell messages for the legal loves they left behind them. That on the Narrung's unexpected return, the fugitives were muzzled and marched off by their respective mates. That a well-known M.L.C.. like Hope- toun, avoids unnecessary disbursement of     backsheesh.     That he last week gave a theatre usher 3d. for having kept six unreserved seats for the politician theatre party. That the same skinflint also places his half-smoked cigar under the D.C. carpet till the interval. That considering the filthiness of the floor,   we should have no difficulty in catching a mouthful of microbes. That the worst feature of the Barton reception was Tanking Toby himself. That he kept hundreds waiting while he &...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WHY HOPETOUN RESIGNED. MANCHESTER "GUARDIAN'S" VIEW. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

WHY HOPETOUN RESIGNED LONDON, SATURDAY. The Australian correspondent of the   Manchester Guardian is responsible for the   statement that Lord hopetoun's resigna-     tion is due to the action of the State Gover-   nors, presumably instructed by some of the     local authorities, in trying to mould public opinion in respect to the position of the Statess that pressure may be brought to bear, on the Federal Government and Parlia- ment, especially on such matters as Imperial Defence. The paper says the Governor General's position would be intolerable and impossible, while the State Governors en- joyed equal rights and access to the Im- perial authorities..

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LORD HOPETOUN. KEEPS TWO PALACES. SPENDS A PRINCELY FORTUNE. RESIGNS THROUGH "POOR" PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

LORD HOPETOUN. KEEPS TWO PALACES. SPENDS A PRINCELY FORTUNE. RESIGNS THROUGH "POOR" PAY. Lord Hopetoun has startled Australia. In plain words he has declared that Australia is expecting too much for the money which Parliament has voted for its Governor- General. He is entirely wrong. The people   of Australia, that is, the democracy of the nation, expect nothing but a modest manner of life and modest hospitality from the Governor-General, such a, regime, in fact, as £10,000 per annum is more than sufficient   to support. The plutocrats and the snoboc- racy who participate in the splendid hos- pitality of the Governor-General without having to return it, have instilled into Lord Hopetoun, too lavish a notion of the dis- play expected of him, and he, having been   bred in the purple, and having spent so   many years as Lord Chamberlain in the   household of the late Queen, has maintained the position of Governor- General...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MINISTER MADE WHIP. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

ADELAIDE, SATURDAY.   Mr. L. O'Loughlin, who was Commissioner   for Crown Lands in the Jenkins' Ministry   until, according to the terms of the last           year's Constitution Amending Act, two Ministers had to be sacrificed, has been appointed Government whip. Phonographs, Typewriters, Poker Ma- chines, skilled repairs, Redpath, 81 High- street, Fremantle.    

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
OUR ILLUSTRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

OUR ILLUSTRATIONS The illustrations in the front page of our supplement this week are taken from a series of photos supplied to us by Mr. F. Mead, the leading photographer of Bunbury and thu South-West district.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLEGRAMS. VOLCANIC ERUPTION MARTINIQUE CALAMITY. A SEVENTH CRATER. FRESH SYMPTOMS THREATENED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

CABLEGRAMS. MARTINIQUE CALAMITY A SEVENTH CRATER. LONDON, SATURDAY FRESH SYMPTOMS THREATENED A fresh crater has opened in the volcano of Mt. Pelee, making the seventh since the present eruption commenced.   A large ridge has risen in the Richmond Estate in the island of St. Vincent, presag- ing another eruption.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WORSHIPPERS ASPHYXIATED. In Attitudes of Prayer. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

WORSHIPPERS ASPHYXIATED. In Attitudes of Prayer.         LONDON, SATURDAY In the Cathedral at St. Pierre the searchers found the congregation, who had been at-     tending the thanksgiving service, remaining   in an attitude of prayer. They had been   asphyxiated as they prayed, and their posi-     tions were undisturbed by death. Their   prayer-books remained in their hands. The soldiers engaged in sentry work died with their guns in their hands.    

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE WRESTLING MATCH. PEARCE V. PEARN. Pearce Again Victorious. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

THE WRESTLING MATCH. PEARCE V. PEARN       Pearce Again Victorious Last evening an overflowing audience was present at the Pearce-Pearn contest, which took place at the Town Hall, Perth, and the event can only be described as a trial of strength and skill between giants. Pearce looked somewhat under-trained, while Pearn seemed-in fairly good fettle. At 8:43 Pearn arrived on the stage, attended by Prof. Seguy, Moyle and an assistant; a minute or two later Pearce   appeared, with Jack Ivory, Tom Christian and another to look after his requirements. Before a commencement was made there was a mild sort of corroboree as to one of the conditions under which the match was   to take place, it having been laid down that it was to be contested on turf. Finally an agreement was come to that sawdust with a good tarpaulin over it would meet all re- quirements. Sam Grimwood was referee. The Battle.   Bout 1.—The usual n...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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