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LATE SPORTING. FOOTBALL. THE AUSTRALIAN GAME. WEST PERTH V. PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
LATE SPORTING FOOTBALL. THE AUSTRALIAN GAME. WEST PERTH V. PERTH. There was a splendid attendance at the match of the Association Cricket Ground yesterday afternoon, when the West Perth and Perth Clubs met for the first time this season. McIntyre was the umpire, and on the bounce Perth secured and forwarded. &nbsp; A good struggle in front followed, and Cherry secured their first goal. Encouraged by the success, the Perth rushed forward, and Hussey again did the needful. West, with Hoskings, Kennedy and Cross in the &nbsp; van, carried the ball forward, and as a result a big point was scored. Perth, mainly to Clork, Wells, and Co., forced the pace, and had the best of the deal in the opening term, and the quarter ended— Perth, 4.3 (27 points). West Perth, 2.3 (15 points). Perth again took charge of the opening business of the second quarter, Wells, Clarke, Ogborne, Purling and Hussey shap- ing well, and a couple of goals were added. West rallied, and going strongly M...
East Fremantle v. South Fremantle. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
East Fremantle v. South Frcmantle. Having opened the season successfully &nbsp; the supporters of the East Fremantle and &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; South Fremantle mustered strongly on the &nbsp; &nbsp; Frenmantle Oval yesterday. East put in the same team as had made a hash of the West Perth the Saturday before, while South had, as far as numbers went at any rate, improved their eighteen, but with one or two excep- tions the new blood was little better than &nbsp; that of the old stock. East had all the best &nbsp; of the game in the firs quarter, Palmer, &nbsp; Tyson, Christy, and Sweetmen fairly para- lysing at times their townsmen. East took &nbsp; a long time to find the right opening, but eventually Toohey was given an opportunity, and he summarily established himself as Annois' understudy by putting up a couple of goals. South rallied and carried the ball to the other end, where Morton after some fine pl...
North Fremantle v. Subiaco. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
NORTH FREMANTLE V. SUBIACO. These teams met on the North Fremantle Oval yesterday afternoon before a large and enthusiastic attendance. Norths forced the &nbsp; &nbsp; play, and beyond a couple of rallies by the &nbsp; visitors they had all the best of the game &nbsp; throughout, as the scores will indicate:— &nbsp; &nbsp; First Quarter: North Fremantle, 1.9 (15 points); Subiaco, 2 behinds (2 points). &nbsp; Second Quarter : North Fremantle, 4 14 ; (38 points) ; Subiaco, 9 points. Third Quarter: North Fremantle, 6.19 (55 points) ; Subiaco, 3 behinds (3 points). Final Result ; North Fremantle, 8.24 (72 points) ; Subiaco, 1.3 (9 points). For the winners the whole 18 played a slashing game, but over and above all others were Hendricks, Mitchell, Cooper (who kicked four goals). Thomas. D. Wil- liams, Elliott (late of Carlton, Vic), and Beswick and Brooks (from West Adelaide). For Subiaco, Moroney, Gillies, Ward, Aus- &nbsp;...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL. ___ ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. &nbsp; The following are the results of to-day's &nbsp; premiership matches:— &nbsp; &nbsp; South Adelaide, 9.7, beat Port Adelaide, 6.5. West Adelaide, 5.12, beat Sturt, 4.16. West Torrens, 9.14, beat North Adelaide, 7.7. Try Herr Rassmussen's world-famed Alfaline Liver and Kidney Pills. Annual sale, 50,000. Boxes 1s. Hay-street, Perth. High-street, Fremantle. &nbsp; &nbsp; Batger expects to see all his old friends, and new ones also, at 52 High-street, Fre- mantle. Tel. 307.
MELBOURNE FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
MELBOURNE FOOTBALL. ___ &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The following are the results of the premiership matches played to-day : &nbsp; Fitzroy, 8.10 beat South Melbourne 8.4. Essendon, 7.6, beat Melbourne, 3.7. Carlton, 4.9, beat St. Kilda, 2.13. Collingwood, 11 15, beat Geelong, 3 2. Williamstown, 10.13, beat Prah an, 5.5 &nbsp; Footscray, 19 12 beat Brunswick, 2 2. Richmond, 6.14, beat West Melbourne, 2.2. Port Melbourne, 6.8, beat North Mel- bourne, 5.5. &nbsp; &nbsp;
SPORTING. RACING FIXTURES. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
RACING FIXTURES. MAY. 19. Moonta J.C. 20,21. Nor.' West J.C. 21. Menzies T.C. 21. Findon Harriers H.C. 24. Helena Vale R.C. 24. Kookynie R.C. 24. Moonee Valley R.C. 24. Moorefield R.C. 26. Southern Cross R.C. 28. Malcolm R.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. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 3. Kyneton J.C. 3. Laverton R.C. &nbsp; 3. Israelite Bay R.C. 3, 4. Kimberley Goldfields J.C. 4. Maribyrnong R.C. &nbsp; 5, 6. De Grey River A.R.C. 7. Melbourne H.C. &nbsp; 9. V.R C. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 11. Mt. Morgans J.C. 11. Maribyrnong R.C. 11, 14. Boulder R.C. 14. Fort Adelaide R.C. 14. Oaklands H.C. 17. Sandown Park R.C. 18. Mentone R.C. &nbsp; 18. 21, Kalgoorlie R C. 31. S.A.J.G. Winter Meeting 21. V.A.T.C. 21, 23. Wyndham T.C. 25. Moonee Valley R.C. 25, 28, Mount Gambier R.C. 26. Coolgardie R.C. 26. Quorn J. C. 26. Balladonia T.G....
CRICKET. The Australian Elevens. ENGLISH FIXTURES MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
CRICKET. The Australian Elevens ENGLISH FIXTURES &nbsp; MAY. 19. Leicestershire, at Leicester. 22. Oxford University, at Oxford. 26. Marylebone, at Lorda. 29. First Test, at Birmingham or Nottingham JUNE. 2. Yorkshire, at Leeds. &nbsp; 5. Lancashire, at Manchester. &nbsp; 9. Cambridge University, at Cambridge. &nbsp; 12. Second Test, at Lords. 19. Derbyshire, at Derby. 23. Yorkshire, at Bradford. JULY. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 3. Third Test, at Sheffield. 7. Warwickshire, at Burmingham. &nbsp; 10. Worcestershire, at Worcester. &nbsp; 11. Gloucestershire, at Bristol. &nbsp; 17. Somerset, at Taunton. 21. Surrey, at Kennington Oval. 24. Fourth Test, at Manchester. 28. Essex, at Leyton. 31. Sussex, at Brighton. AUGUST. &nbsp; &nbsp; 7. Hampshire, at Southampton. &nbsp; 11. Fifth Test, at Kennington Oval. 14. Marylebone, at Lords. &nbsp; &nbsp; 18. Gloucestershire, at Chelt...
WRESTLING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
WRESTLING. A letter lies at this office for Jack Pearn. Harry Pearce has succeeded in forming an amateur athletic club, with commodious premises in Murray-street. A very strong committee has been formed to manage the institution, which will be run on strictly amateur lines, the professional sparrer (generically beer-sparrer) being admitted as far as the doormat, unless he prefers a seat on the roof. Pearce will act as instructor to the members, and there is no reason why the club should not progress as favorably as the Amateur Athletic Club in Melbourne under the management of Professor Miller.
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
BILLIARDS. Alec Scott, the genial billiard marker of the ''Cri.," whose ancestral motto is "Love all," having fallen on the days when Fortune frowns, Host Williamson, of the Newcastle Hotel, has started a subscription on his behalf, and has met with a ready response from the sportsmen of Perth, who have more real Christianity in their finger tips than the bulk of the Wesleyan worms have in their whole sanctified systems.
FOOTBALL. SENIOR FIXTURES. FIRST ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
FOOTBALL SENIOR-FIXTURES. &nbsp; &nbsp; May 24.—Subiaco v. East Fremantle (P.) Perth v. South Fremantle (N.F.), West Perth v. North Fremantle (F.) May 31.—East Fremantle v. North Fre- mantle (F.), Perth v. Subiaco (P.), West Perth v. South Fremantle (N.F.) June 7.—South Fremantle v. North Fre- mantle (P.); Perth v. East Fremantle (N.F.), West Perth v. Subiaco (P.) &nbsp; &nbsp;
FLOTSAM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
FLOTSAM. "There never was a game yet worth a rap For a national man to play, &nbsp; Into which no accident or mishap &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Could possibly find its way." —ADAM LINDSAY GORDON. There are some people who should spend their time in a slaughter house, anywhere, so that they would but keep away from the football field. No one would call Jack Cullen a snob of the same class as say George Parker, Esq, St. George's Terrace, but Cullen is almost as great a pest. "Squeak," "Squeak," from the time he goes on to the field till he leaves, full of dirty points, cowardly when beaten, and to judge by his own story the worst treated man on the field, not excepting the umpire, such is Jack Cullen. However, the squeaker met a kind of earthquake on Saturday, which set him thinking for the rest of the afternoon. Vincent (S.F.) was running with the ball and Palmer was shepherding, with Cullen in pursuit. "The best man that ever left South Australia." annoyed ...
DOES AUSTRALIA OWN THE RAILWAYS? [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
DOES AUSTRALIA OWN THE RAILWAYS? &nbsp; BY P. O'C. &nbsp; &nbsp; It seems to be the fixed opinion of the Australian public that the nominal ownership of the railways by the State enables them to receive better value for their money. They also fancy that the money is retained and spent in this country and returned by way of profits. The extent of this delusion can be demonstrated by re- ferring to the results Queensland is obtaining from their railways. Government of that State some years ago offered certain conditions that in- duced a company to agree to build a railway through the country. The Opposition in Parliament upset the agreement. The Opposition promised that if they were placed in anthority they would borrow several millions of money, for which they would build railways and work them for the public who could receive the enormous profits they had estimated the syndicates would draw from them. The policy of the Opposition was accepted. A Government wa...
BONEDUST. BONEDUST BLOOD MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
BONEDUST. BONEDUST BLOOD MANURE It is admitted that the only genuine article on the market is that manufactured by HOLMES BROS. and CO. Samples and prices quoted on application. Full weight and analysis guaranteed. We desire to notify the public that parcels &nbsp; of Bonedust and Blood Manure are sold by &nbsp; other firms, and represented as our manu- &nbsp; facture. We wish it to be distinctly under- &nbsp; stood that we have NO AGENTS. Clients &nbsp; can depend upon obtaining the genuine article only by application to any of our branches or head office, Fremantle. HOLMES BROS. and CO., PremierButchers. The Apothecaries Company announce that they have secured the services of Mr. J. G. Cooper, Pharmaceutical Chemist and graduate of the Melbourne College of Phar- macy, aa night dispenser for their principal establishment, 466 Hay-street. Prescrip- tions can now be dispensed at the above address at all hours of the day cr night. All your medic...
TO THE DEAF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
TO THE DEAF. A CURE FOR DEAFNESS.—The Indian &nbsp; Specific, lately introduced into this country, &nbsp; is absolutely the best remedy ever known &nbsp; for deafness and noises in the head. It goes right to the seat of the trouble, and speedily effects a complete cure. A lady says, "I am indeed happy to tell you that the Indian Remedy has entirely restored my hearing, although my case was long ago considered hopeless." Testimonials from 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, London, ' S.W., England. Our men's dress boots, own make, 7s. 11d., is a surprise to the public. Never ending wear. Kelly and Co. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Christening, wedding, birthday cakes of &nbsp; special quality made to order at Berry's &nbsp; ("The Alexandra''), Barrack-street.
SEND IT IN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
SEND IT IN. THE SUNDAY TIMES wants good original matter from any source. If any of our readers know a good story with local color- &nbsp; ing, a humorous anecdote with ditto, a bit &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; of special news not snapped np by some other paper, any interesting or, amusing bit &nbsp; of personal or local gossip, send it in to the &nbsp; SUNDAY TIMES. The SUNDAY TIMES will &nbsp; take it. The SUNDAY TIMES will pay for it. We shall even take poetry—provided it is poetry, or even blank verse, and not merely &nbsp; driveling doggerel. We don't want things &nbsp; that are only of interest to one person, or &nbsp; &nbsp; two persons. We want matter that can be nnderetood and read with interest in any part of the State or Commonwealth. Send in the matter and name reasonable terms. If it is any good and worth the price, we will publish it and pay for it. All we shall demand is that it shall be fi...
The Sunday Times SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1902. SHIPS OF THE SHARPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1902 &nbsp; SHIPS OF THE SHARPERS Could there be a stronger justification for our criticisms on the inhumane &nbsp; callousness of local shipping companies than that furnished by the apathy and delay of Wm. Howard Smith and Co. in preparing for a search for the s.s. &nbsp; Boveric? Before the mean and miserly &nbsp; martinets of the company have de- spatched a single steamer in search— so long has been the delay—the help- &nbsp; less steamer is towed into Gage Roads. &nbsp; And the shipping company will now rejoice that they have been spared the expense of despatching the Age and the Tagliaferro to the rescue of the disabled steamer. But this hap- &nbsp; pened only by sheer good luck. It was due to no move, energy, or humane impulse of the shippers, Wm. Howard Smith and Co. The statement made in the "West Australian" on Friday in these words:— "The news of the ves- sel's breakdown reached Fremantle on May 8, and...
TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
TOBACCO. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; We have not a word to say against the weed which solaced Carlyle, and soothed Jerome K. Jerome. Neither would we sneer at any attempt to grow it in W.A., but when a Western Australian Tobacco Company is formed for the purpose of turning the culture into cash we object to the cheek which would tax they whole country to fill their pockets direct from the public treasury. The other day Mr. Speed introduced a deputation to the Minister for Lands and said: "It was felt that the Government might see their way to make certain advances to people who were prepared to carry on the iudmstry." Mr. Huellin explained that they had secured the land necessary and were spending money, but they would have to wait for returns, &nbsp; and would the Government please give them £2,000 to get along with in the meantime ? If the Government did this to tobacco growers why not to every settler, who grows or in- &nbsp; tends ...
CYNICAL SYNOPSIS. "All the venal crowd." BYRON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
"All the venal crowd." —Byron. Speed the parting guest. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A rise in wood—B.C.W., M.L.C. Dr. Jameson says that Esperance will get its railway in the sweet by-and-bye. Let us hope that we have not elected the wrong Mr. Wrigth to serve the cause of Demcracy in the Legislative Council. America is making a great bid for the naval supremacy of the world. The result &nbsp; of beating Spain in Cuba. &nbsp; The City of Westminster is having its de- corations for the Coronation route, supplied by an Italian firm. This is building the &nbsp; Empire. &nbsp; Inspector Dewery is to be removed out of harm's way. He has been transferred to &nbsp; Geraldton. Inspector Bellinger, of Cool- gardie, takes his place in Perth. Loton decided to hie original in his wel- come to Barton. He called him Australia's "foremost" son, not the noblest. This is a little more accurate, but why "son"? The wo...
CLARA PARKER'S CHEQUE. HARDINGE THE NEW J.P. MEMORABILIA FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
HARDINGE THE NEW J.P. MEMORABILIA FROM MELBOURNE. The other day a personage with an air of mighty importance placed himself in pro- &nbsp; minent evidence before Mr. Roe, P.M. He wore a proud air, and desired to be sworn in as a justice of the peace. He had just been &nbsp; elevated to that exhilarating dignity by the patronage, it is said, of the Hon. George Leake. At all events, whoever was respon- sible for nominating him for the honor, the honor had been approved by the Govern- ment, and he was then in the presence of Mr. Roe for the purpose of being sworn. He was evidently very green as to what was expected of him, for he took the Bible in his left hand and did not change it till requested &nbsp; to do so by Mr. Roe. This new acquisition to the list of justices can now sign his name &nbsp; as— Hardinge, J.P. We would very much &nbsp; &nbsp; like to know, who and what he is—other &nbsp; than Hardinge, J. P.—and why he had T...
VERSE—AND WORSE "To cheat thee of a sigh, Or charm thee to a tear." MOORE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902
VERSE—AND WORSE "To cheat thee of a sigh, Or charm thee to a tear." -MOORE. First Winder, then McAuley, and now &nbsp; Drewery. Next, please! &nbsp; &nbsp; ... &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; In a State School the teacher had been &nbsp; giving a lesson on Monarchy and Republic- &nbsp; anism. "Now," she asked, "what is a &nbsp; Commonwealth ?" A West Perth whipper- snapper up-ended himself eagerly. "Please, &nbsp; teacher," he answered, "it's a pub in Bulwer &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; street"!! &nbsp; &nbsp; . . . . . "Swine," observes a country paper, "thrive even better in the pen than out on the open grass paddocks." A pig-sty sonnet : All aphorisms bright and terse In rhyme should have their due reward, So let us here record in verse, "The 'pen' is mightier than the 'sward'. . . . . &nbsp; Federal Premier Barton : "Gathered here to do honor to my esteemed...