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TURF TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
TURF TATTLE. Each horse seems to win in its turn, and this was exemplified at Canning Park yes- terday week. Everything comes to him who waits, and it is this waiting business which causes so much otherwise inexplicably in- consistent running. But we suppose it will &nbsp; always be so where racegoers are continu- ally on the look-out for lucre. Plain Bill, who was a model of incon- &nbsp; sistency on the fields last March, showed a return to form in the flying Handicap, and one to two punters got on to him at a nice price. The previous week at Perth he never came anight in the Wanarup Handicap, but at Canning he was meeting Gipsey Bill and Zone on 10lb. and 6lb. better terms respec- tively, and this may have made the im- &nbsp; provement in his form. &nbsp; &nbsp; Egmont has made a good deal of improve- ment and he won the Jumpers' Flat Race, which was a good betting race, very com- fortably. Eos badly disappointed his party, and there is no ...
SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE SUFFERERS. The Queen Donates £500. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE SUFFERERS. THE QUEEN DONATES $500. &nbsp; LONDON, SATURDAY. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Lord Mayor's Fund for the relief of &nbsp; the sufferers through the Martinique calamity has already reached the sum of £14,000. Out of this the Lord Mayor has &nbsp; cabled his first remittance of £10,000. The Queen has written a letter to the Lord Mayor, expressing her deepest sym- pathy with the object of the fund, and en- closing a contribution of £500. &nbsp; A similar fund has been opened at Liver- &nbsp; pool. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
FIERY PHENOMENA. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
FIERY PHENOMENA. LONDON, SATURDAY. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Vivid and extensive flashes were visible at Fort de France on Thursday night, fol- &nbsp; lowed the next day thick clouds, glowing &nbsp; red and interspersed with more flashes and showers of cinders. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
BRITAIN AND CHINA. RUSSIA RUBBED REVERSELY. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
BRITAIN AND CHINA. ___ RUSSIA RUBBED REVERSELY. LONDON, SATURDAY. The Anglo-Chinese agreement regarding the control of the railways in the northern &nbsp; territories of China has been signed. M. &nbsp; Lessar, Russian Minister at Peking, pro- &nbsp; &nbsp; tested strenuously against the agreement. &nbsp; The ministers of the other Great Powers &nbsp; decided to consult their Governments as to the attitude they should adopt.
FILIPINOS FATE. ANDREW CARNEGIE'S OFEER. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
FILIPINOS FATE. &nbsp; ANDREW CARNEGIE'S OFFER. &nbsp; LONDON, SATURDAY. &nbsp; &nbsp; When the Spanish-American treaty of &nbsp; peace was pending, Mr. Andrew Carnegie, the well-known millionaire, offered Mr. &nbsp; McKinley, the then President of the United States of America, a gift of £4,000,000 to purchase the Phillipine Islands, provided that he authorised the grant ot independence to the Filipinos. The offer was refused.
STRIKE IN PENNSYLVANIA. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
STRIKE IN PENNSYLVANIA. LONDON, SATURDAY. &nbsp; The strike of Anthracite coal miners in Pennsylvania is only provisional. The men are awaiting the results of a conference which is being held. The Canning Park Turf Club's Foundation Day meeting promises to be a very interest- ing one, the stakes for the tw0 days (May 31 and June 2) totalling close on 500 sovs. Nominations close on Tuesday next. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
BUSH VELDT GARBINEERS. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
BUSH VELDT CARBINEERS. &nbsp; LONDON, SATURDAY &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. J. G. S. Macneil, K.C., MP. for North Donegal, referring in the House of Commons to the outrages of tbe Bush Veldt Carbineers suggested that the murders which they committed were perpetrated in obedience to the orders of their superiors. Mr. Brodrick, the Secretary of State for War, protested against Mr. Macneil scaveng- ing in the dust heaps of the past. Justice had been done, he said, and it would be useless to re-open the incident.
COMMONWEALTH TROOPS. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
LONDON, SATURDAY. &nbsp; It is reported at Cape Town that great indignation exists amongst the troops of the Commonwealth now in South Africa because of no provision having been made for their representation at the Coronation, though the Imperial authorities approved of the New Zealanders having representation. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
KALGOORLIE RACING. POLO CLUB MEETING. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
KALGOORLIE RACING. POLO CLUB MEETING KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. The Goldfields Polo Club held their winter meeting on the Kalgoorlie racecourse this afternoon. The attendance was good and &nbsp; &nbsp; the racing interesting. Results:— &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; POLO BALL RACE.—Mr. Nicholson, 1; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. Gerald Browne, 2; Mr. G. Kennedy, 3. &nbsp; VICTORIA CROSS RACE.—Mr. Gerald Browne, 1; Mr. G. Kennedy, 2; Mr. D. &nbsp; &nbsp; McLeod, 3. &nbsp; &nbsp; MAIDEN PLATE, four furlongs.— &nbsp; Ulinda, 1; Trefoil, 2; Wolf Catcher, 3. &nbsp; Betting: 5 to 4 agst Wolf Catcher, 6 to 4 &nbsp; Trefoil, 2 to 1 Ulinda. Won by a length. POLO CLUB CUP. —Thelma, 1; Atom, &nbsp; 2; La Sinbad, 3. Betting: Evens Thelma, 3 to 1 Peach, 4 to 1 Zulu King, 6 to 1 Jasper, 10 to Atom. La Sinbad went to the front early in the race, with the favo- rite in attendance. A good race home r...
LATE SPORTING. VICTORIAN RACING. WILLIAMSTOWN MEETING. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
LATE SPORTING. ___ VICTORIAN RACING. WILLIAMSTOWN MEETING. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. The Williamstown Racing Club held their May meeting to-day. The weather was fine, and the attendance good. Backers had the best of tba bookmakers on the day, as only two first favorites missed, and of these Jadoo started a good second favorite in his race. Results:— &nbsp; KOROROIT HURDLE RACE. Of 50 sovs. Two miles. &nbsp; Exchange, 9.10 (Brace)...1 &nbsp; Petherton, 10.3 (Walker) ... 2 Penalva, 9.5 (Graham)... 3 &nbsp; Others—Gosport, Euro, Pendula, Coro- nation, Cottus, The Merry Prince and Kharkee. Betting : 5 to 4 agst Exchange, 4 to 1 &nbsp; each Kharkee and Cottus. Penalva led for the first mile of the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Journey, when he fell. Exchange took com- mand at the distance and won easily by three lengths, the third horse being 20 lengths further away. Kharkee fell and Euro ran off. Time, 2.57. TRIAL HANDICAP. Of 50 sovs. F...
AMATEUR RIDER INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
AMATEUR RIDER INJURED. At the Tattersall's Club Races yesterday Mr. Arthur Fraser, whilst riding the race- horse Veracity, in the Ladies' Bracelet, met with a serious accident through his mount falling with him at the home turn, the horse rolling right over him. Oh being carried into the casualty room Dr. Burkett examined him, and found he had sustained a severe concussion of the brain, and orderred the suf- ferer to be conveyed to the Guildford Hos- pital. On inquiring last night it was re- ported that the patient could not live throughout the night. &nbsp;
LATE SPORTING. LOCAL RACING. TATTERSALL'S CLUB. BROWS RIBBON WINS A DOUBLE. Euglo Annexes the Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
LATE SPORTING, &nbsp; LOCAL RACING. TATTERSALL'S CLUB. BROWNS RIBBON WINS A DOUBLE. Euglo Annexes the Handicap. The W.A. Tattersall's Club held a race meeting on the Helena Vale racecourse yes- terday. The attendance was up to the average, many people taking advantage of the beautiful day to spend an outing. The racing throughout was fairly good, backers having all the best of the argument. An accident happened in the Ladies' Bracelet, Veracity falling on entering the straight, rolling right over her rider, Mr. Fraser, who sustained a severe concussion of the brain, necessitating his removal to the Guildford Hospital. The following are the results : JUMPERS' FLAT RACE. &nbsp; Of 30 sovs. Seven furlongs. J. Macpberson's Williambury, a., by Telephone—Meta, 9.6 (F. Smith) ... 1 C. Robinson's Egmont, a., 11.12 (J. &nbsp; Trenoweth)... 2 &nbsp; M. Murphy's Torrent, 8.4 (Conlon)... 3 Others—British Lock (Cleverley),Veracity &nbsp; &nbsp; (St...