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AUSTRAL v. WEST PERTH. AUSTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

AUSTBAL v. WEST PEBTH. AUSTBAL. First innings .140 Second innings.147 West Perth. First innings .104 Second innings (no wickets for) 4 I exceedingly regret to report that during the week Mr. Ben Jonas (the popular secretary of the Fremantle Harriers), took a great change for the worse, and now lies in a critical condition. All that can be done is being done for him at the Private Hospital, Mandurah road, Fremantle. Two of his friends, Mr. J. Murdoch and Mr. G. F. Clulee, have seen that he wants for nothing. It was thought that Ben had only a mild touch of typhoid, but the worst is now feared.

Publication Title: West Australian Sunday Times
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JUNIOR MATCHES. EAST PERTH v. POST AND TELEGRAPH. EAST PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

JUNIOR MATCHES. EAST PEBTH v. POST AND TELEGBAPH. East Pebth. First innings .108 Secondinnings.98 . Post and Telegraph. First innings.38

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YESTERDAY'S MATCHES. ENGLAND v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [FROM OUR OWN REPORTER.] ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

YESTERDAY'S MATCHES. ENGLAND v. SOUTH AUS- TRALIA [From our own Reporter.] Adelaide, Saturday.' With glorious weather the match be- tween the English Eleven and the Adelaide team was commenced on the Adelaide Oval to-day, in the presence of a large crowd of spectators. The Englishmen having won the toss went in, but made a miserable stand against the lightning deliveries of Jones, as will be seen by a glance at the scores. Eanji batted well and gave no chances. During the partnership of Stoddart and Board 77 rons were put on. The two hit hard, but the play was marred by several uppish strokes. Board gave a number of chances, and once placed the ball in the hands of Lyons at point, but he failed to hold it.' The end came shortly after the 4 o'clock adjournment. Scores: Ekolaito. First Innings. Wainwright, b Jones. 9 Mason, b Jones. 9 Haywajjg, b Jones ...JA ... 4 Storer, c Evans, b Jones * ... 32 Banjifeinhji, b Jones ...- ... 40 Druce, c and b Jones. 8 Hirst, c McKenzie, b Evans ......

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AT THE WICKETS. CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

AT THE WICKETS. ! CRICKET NOTES. The marriage of Mr. A. C. Maclaren, the well-known English cricketer, to Miss Kathleen Power, of Toorak, Melbourne, was cele- brated on Thursday. Both the professional and amateur members of Mr. Stod- darts team were present. Mt. Priestly, who gave the English- man away, and who has played for the visitors on one or two occa- sions, journeyed from London, to assist his schoolmate in tying the nuptial knot. The "barracking", which has been so conspicuous in the test and other matches played by the Englishmen seems to have followed them into Christ Church, South Yarra, for the conduct of the crowd drew forth a severe rebuke from the officiating clergyman. J. W. Winton, the ventriloquist, now connected with the Tovoli Company playing at Cremorne, is a cricket enthusiast. He plays a good free bat, and at practice defies the cunningness of Alf. Carlton s right. M'Ginty must be about with his left. Geo. Shawyer, lately captain of the Karrakatta " A," is no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

HAVE YOU TRIED Tina NEW ISSUE IIS0I NO. 1 Cigarettes LARGER, STRONGER, HEAVIER THAN BEFORE. Everg Box Stamped^ LARGE SIZE" On Back. 10 CIGARETTES AND HOLDERS 3d. JM^Jobacoonists. w: ZIMPEIi, Furniture The Oldest Established Factory and Warehouse in Western Australia. Employs none font First-class Mechanics. Manufacturer (WHOLESALE and RETAIL), HAY STfißBT, ÏEÏÏTH. W. ZIMPEL Has one of the Largest Stocks to select from in all classes of Furniture. Carpets, Floorcloth, Crockery, Peram- bulators, Mailcarts in endless varieties; Bed- steads Cots, Rattan Cane Lounges and Chairs, Austrian and American Chairs; Lamps, Clocks, &c, &e. Venetian Blinds made to order in any color. Wire Mattrasses and Stretchers-Wholesale to the Trade, and Special Low Prices to'Publicans, Ac., also FJock, Kapok, and Horsehair Mattrasses. SOL» MMT FOS THE SHTPffi« CYCLES. W. ZQiEEL will be glad to «how his Immense Stock to those visiting Perth, * who are advised not to miss paying him a visit. Pri...

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ALL IN PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

ALL IN PLAY A band of rosy children, now scattered far and wide. Once played at making homesteads on a grand old mountain's side, Each mimic husband loved his hemp, and helped "to make it gay, And strove to please his mimic wife. *. But this was all in play. The one rag baby of each home had both its parents' care, They had no Foundling Hospital or baby farmer there ; No burning " Social Question " rose to «hive their peace away, Their '/dram shop" was a bubbling; spring. ' But that was all in play ! The cares that drove their elders-mad, of taxes, rates and rent, Were counted foolishness with theni all money made was spent. '. v They said, " We won't have Tates and rent to drive us lean and grey, We'll work for what jw© eat,and wear." But that was all in play 1 They had no use for priest or squire, for drones of any kind, And office mongers seeking votes were always left behind. " You can'tlbeaçh us the way to live," these saucy brats would say, But you may come and learn of na. Al...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE ECHO OF YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

ORIGINAL POki^. ^__ THE ECHO OF YEARS. OFYEi I sat and mused by the old sea-wall, - And Night slept over earth and sea ; Far off I heard the sails let fall As t!:e fishers drew to the silent quay. The shining sea sang at my feet ; The starry hosts were marshalled high. And to my ear came the echo sweet Of a song I knew in years gone by. Love comes to alias Time r^ls on, And stays or goes as each heart wUl: Love came to us in days long gone« And lives within our memory still. Last night in dreams once more I strayed Thro' star-lit fields in my native land: - And with me walked the sweetest maid The world e'er held from Nature's hand. I told her the tale that still is new, Tho' old when all the stars were young, And into my arms she shyly drew While the vesper bells of th¿ old church rung. Love comes to all as Time rolls on And stays, or goes, as each heart will: - Love came to us in days long gone And lives within our memory stilL Ah me ! Long dead, on a distant shore, My lost love l...

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PORT ADELAIDE RACING CLUB. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

PORT ADELAIDE RACING GLUE. Adelaide, Saturday. fhe following are the results : Tbial Stakes. Furore . 1 My Novel. 2 Respond. 3 HtTBDLES. Begent . 1 Conflict . 2 Miñosa ... ... ... ... 3 St. Patrick's Handicap. My Novel. 1 Satte ... ... .* 2 Beeoup . 3 Steeplechase. Belter . 1 Evanston. 2 Diavolo . ... 3 A protest has been entered against Belter. Cheltenham Handicap. Dumps . 1 BosePark... ... - . 2 -Alveary .¡r - -rr.- ... - ... 3 f*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

LÓOK LOOK. ???%???????????.?« LOOK. Do you wish a Yearly Income of £1000. Then read the reasons WHY You should take a Share in the Distribution of THE GRAND HOTEL 1st Prize, THE GRAND HOTEL, valued at £10,000; 2nd, 250; 3rd, 100; 4th, 50; 5th, 25; 6th, 15 ; and Six Prizes of 10 each. One Ticket must draw the Coveted Prize, entitling the holder to take COMPLETE POSSESSION of LAND, BUILDING. FURNITURE. STOCK, AND GOODWILL, &c, AS A GOING CONCERN. Pending the drawing the proceeds of the Sale of Tickets are placed to a trust account between the present Mayor of Menzies and Clifton S. Penny, Solicitor, who certifies to a perfectly clear and unencumbered title, and whose instruc- tions are to place the holder of the Lucky Share into Complete Possession. The net profits are certified by two independent Auditors at JE287 per month. r The Building alone cost «£5,000, and the land «£40 per foot. % It is the only Brick Hotel in. Menzies, and on the night of the 12th hist, saved the tow...

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ACTA DIURNA. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

ACTA DIURNA. Queensland Menzies for the fortnight has put through 100 tons for 642oz., worth ¿2,250. * * * Charley Kidman annexed ¿230 of ¿360 10s, given in prize money at the Kanowna meeting. * # * The whole European press comments adversely on the farcical trial and severe punishment of Zola. * * # The intended visit of an English football team to Australia has been postponed until April, 1899. * * , * The Minister for Mines has promis >d that a public battery is to be erected without delay at Mount Ida. * * * A slug of nearly pure silver weighing 1721b. was taken out of the Broken Hill Consols on'Wednesday last. . * * There is no certainty that Aurum will attempt to fulfil any of his engagements at the A.J.C. autumn meeting. * * * It is proposed to increase the strength of the British navy by nearly 7000 men. * * # For the first two months of the year the Victorian gold yield is 105,611oz. We are very considerably ahead of these figures. * * # It is probable that Mahomet Zah, ...

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HERR RASSMUSSEN, THE CELEBRATED DANISH HERBALIST, VISTING PERTH and FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

HEBB BASSMUSSEN, The'Celebrated Danish; Hebbalibt, VISAING PEBTHand FBEMANTLE. The only Herbalist in W.A. Nervous \ Skin and Blood "Sufferers will be glad j to hear that Herr Rassmussen has arrived in Western Australia. His Alfaline Herbal Remedies are sim- ply wonderful, and must possess extraordinary virtues out of the com- mon, considering they have cured thou- sands of hopeless nervous sufferers and constitutional blood and skin diseases, as well as rheumatism, liver and kidney complaint, influenza, consumption and fevers. His head office is at 547 George-street, Sydney, with branches in each colony, and four in this colony, viz., at Kalgoorlie (No. 2. Lin dell's Chambers, Hannan-street), at. Coolgardie, in Bayley-street (next to Freemason's Hotel), at Fremantle,. Henry-street (next Saunders and Nathan), and in Perth he has taken new premises in Hay-streeet, next the Theatre Boyal entrance, where he will display a large number of testimonials, gold medals, and other awards recei...

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A MARVELLOUS MASS MEETING. A DEPUTATION OF 10,000. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

A.MARVELLOUS MASS MEETING. A DEPUTATION OF 10,000. Tuesday morning next will wit- ness probably the most extraor- dinary demonstration which has ever taken place in Australia-that is of a peaceful character. The people of Kalgoorlie and the Boulder have resolved to prepare a reception for Sir John Forrest, compared to which all previous ?tributes will fade into utter insignificance. Contingents from Kanowna and Bulong will swell their numbers, and a deputation of no less than 10,000 men will be prepared to lay their grievances before the Ministry and the members of Parliament who accompany them. This will give the visitors to Menzies a better idea of the state of feeling on the goldfields than 20 miles of writ- ing. The whole demonstration will be completely organised, and everything will be regulated with almost military precision, so as to prevent any possibility of dis- order. Sir John will have the case laid before him in a calm but candid manner, and he will be ex- pected to gi...

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YACHTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

YACHTING NOTES The Perth Flying Squadron held another of their very pleasant races last Saturday afternoon, over the usual course, the following boats competing:-Mr. Sherwood's Hinemoa, scratch ; Snowden's Empress, 6min. ; Tomlinsons Olinda, lOmiñ. ; Lane's Ventura, lamín. ; Arnold's Ionic, 14min. ; MeGuire's Inez, 15min. ; and after a splendid race was won by Mr. Lane's Ventura, I ; Mr. MeGuire's Inez, 2 ; Mr. Tomliason's Olinda, 3. # * # A series of protests came before Mr. .Perrott, the judge, on Tuesday evening last, entered by the owners of the Olinda and Inez for not fol- lowing and sailing the course as laid down for the race, and after much evidence had been brought before the judge, he found that none of the yachts had sailed the proper course, with the exception of the Hinemoa. Mr. Perrott, in accordance with his decision, dis- qualified the three placed boats, and awarded the race to the Hine- moa, but on the matter coming before the general committee, when it was shown t...

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The [?]eeling World. EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

CRre Uleling Äorlö. EVENTS TO COME. April 9-Perth Cycling Club Saces (first day). April li-Perth Cycling Club Baces (second day). May 22-W.A. Cycling Club Annual Meeting (first day). May 24-W.A. Cycling Club Annual Meeting {second day).

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

NOTES. Least said, soonest forgotten " is a fitting epitaph from the M.C.C. point of view as to' their match against East Fremantle. Two whole afternoons spent in affording most excellent batting practice to their opponents against a half innings of 29 runs is not calculated to improve the spirit« of the once invincible Mets. However, as the song says, they " only have them- selves to blame." * # # Selks' innings of 56 was a fine display. This promising player is just now in great form with both bat and ball. Duffy's bowling for ? the M.C.C. has, say the critics,' lost a lot of its sting latelv. Very likely. "DnfT'has had "a lot of knocking about this season behind che wickets, and, moreover, rheu- matism has been troubling his bowling arm a bit. Given his usual perfect health " Duff " is the most reliable and consistent bowler here, not ev^n -barring Carlton or Selk. Many a wicket he ought to get is lost by bad fielding. , - * ' # # The Karrakatta easily won their game against the ...

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THE MORNING HERALD AS PHILANTHROPIST. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

THE MORNING HßBALD AS PHDLANTHROPIST, General surprise was felt throughont the city when a letter from Mr. Lovekin of the Herald was published, which offered on behalf of the proprietors of that paper to pay the cost of proceed- ings before the Supreme Court to secure the release of the men now confined in Fremantle Gaol. The Herald is not generally credited with being a very philanthropic sheet, and it is only fair to say that it does not often venture to pose in that character. , * * * On this occasion, however, after having exhausted all its powers of argument to prove that the alluvial diggers were altogether in the wrong, and having emptied the vials of its wrath upon the heads of their leaders, it seems to suddenly conceive the idea that the victims of the Government have been unjustly imprisoned. By what other hypothesis are we to account for its action ? And if the authorities are in the wrong in regard to this matter, is it not within the bounds of possibility that they may...

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PERTH CYCLING CLUB. ANNUAL CARNIVAL. W.A. CRICKET GROUND. EASTER SATURDAY, APRIL 9. EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 11. £167 IN PRIZES £167. Under the Patronage of the League of W.A. Wheelman. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

PERI H CYCLING CLHB. ANNUAL CARNIVAL. W.A. CRICKET GROUND. EASTER SATURDAY, APRIL 9., EASTER MONDAY, APRIL li. £167 IN PRIZES £107. Under the Patronage of the League of W.A. Wheelman. PROGRAMME (subject to alteration) : Maiden Handicap, one mile.-Prizes, £ñ, £2, and £1. Entry. 2s. Accept- ance, Is. Lap Handicap.-Prizes, £6, £Z, and £1. Entry, 2s. Acceptance, Is. Perth Wheel Race, one mile.-Prizes. .£50, .£15, and £5. Entry, 7s. 6d. Acceptance,- 4s. Second-Class Scratch Race, one mile. -Prizes, «£8, £Z, and £1. Entry, 5s. First-Olass Handicap, half-mile. Prizes, £8, £S, £1. Entry, 2s. Ac- ceptance, Is. Second-Class Handicap, half-mile. Prizes, £7, £2 and £1. Entry, 2s.6d. Acceptance, Is. 6d. Teams' Porsdtt Race, two miles. Prizes, gold medals, value £3 3s. each. Entry, 5s. per team. Grand International Scratch Race, three miles. Prize, .£10 ; lap prizes. Entry, 5s. International Scratch Race, five miles. Prize, 4>10; lap prizes. Entry, 5s. Entries will CLOSE with the Secre- tary, ...

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[?]hoes and [?]pisodes. "As on this whirligig of time We circle with the seasons." [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

tâdprcs and (Bpísüoes. j (Br Scapin.) ¡ 1 " As on this whirligig of time We circle with the seasons." If the Honourable the Commis- sioner of Railways would conde- scend to bestow a little attention on the affairs of his department, he would find a great many iteni6 of interest to himself and the pub- lic. For instance, he might be brought to recognise the necessity of providing telegraph offices at the principal railway stations. At present the lines are entirely without those necessary conveni- ences, and the result is in many cases disastrous. A gentleman who was about to start for town received at Coolgardie on a certain Saturday morning some very important in- formation, which he wanted to telegraph to his firm at Fremantle. He was already at the station, with no time to spare. He con Id not' wire fruin the station, so gave a porter three shillings, one for the wire and two for the trouble of taking it to the office. The porter presumably got tipsy, as the tele- gram did not ar...

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PUBLIC LETTERS TO PUBLIC MEN. [No. 13.] TO MESSRS. FORREST, WITTENOOM, AND Co., CABINET MAKERS, LAND AND ESTATE BROKERS STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, BUTCHERS, MINING EXPERTS, UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

PUBLIC LETTERS TO PUBLIC MEN. [No. 13.] To Messrs. Forrest, Wittenoom, and Co., Cabinet Makers, Land and Estate Brokera Stock and Station Agents, Botchebs, Mining Experts, Universal Pro- viders, etc. ' Gentlemen,-As you are un- doubtedly by far the largest firm iu business in Western Australia, and decidedly the biggest advertisers, I suppose I ought to be gnided by all the canons of the journalistic art in this colony, and address you in terms of civility, not to say servility. But I am well aware that you are far too good and noble-hearted ever to indulge in petty animosities orsmall revenges, and that it there be one quality you jointly and individually possess more than any other, it is that attribute of greatness known as magnanimity. I know this because I have proved it myself. Why then should'I? though but a .scribe humble and obscure, not venture to give a few words of kindly advice to the Mighty Ones, the Salts of the Earth ? Verily, by my halidame, I will risk it. * # * I ...

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Corts and Retorts. "The story of Cambuscan bold." [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 20 March 1898

Corfe wa %ttt!ÚB. "Tie story of CaiabuBcan bold." - The "closest" man of our ac- quaintance is McMeanness. You all remember the story abont his boots, no doubt, but very few have yet heard of his latest exhibition of stingyness. He recently sailed for England per R.M.S. Celestial Kingdom with his brother and niece. He took, a second-class ticket for himself and bought steerage tickets for his relations ! My informant, who sailed in the same ship, writes;-"'He some- times goes down to visit ' them in the steerage, but not often. He is the best-hated man aboard." Yes, and ashore, too. We Jill hate sordid, mean, wealthy, low-sonled men like McMeanness. * # * After evevy burglary, highway robbery, or murder, we are gravely informed by the daily press that " So far no trace of the criminal has beeti found, but the police have got a clue which they believe," etc, etc. Let her fro, as "McGinty" says: WHY HE WAS SAFE. The burglar sat and smoked his pipe, Contented and sedate : Before him la...

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