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ARCTIC EXPLORERS. MR. DE WINDT'S OVERLAND EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

ARCTIC EXPLORERS. MR. DE WINDT'S OVERLAND EXPEDITION. Renter's Agency has received despatches from Yakutsk, Northern Siberia, regard-   ing the expedition under Mr. Harry de Windt, which reached that place last month en route to Behring Strait and New   York. Mr. de Windt says that he and   his companions had a rough journey from Irkutsk, the terminus of the railway, which had occupied twenty six days, but that he   had successfully accomplished 2,000 miles of the land journey since leaving the rail- way. During this ride he had employed over     700 horses. The members of the expedition, though well, had suffered much from extreme   cold. The thermometer ranged between 20 and 50 degrees below zero, and blinding snowstorms prevailed. The authorities at Yakutsk strongly advised the travellers not to proceed north on their way to Behring Strait, stating that the climatic conditions this year wer...

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

HOUSEHOLD RECIPES. The nicest cakes imaginable can always be made at home at one-third of the cost of bought ones, and young housewives who will   strictly follow the instructions hereunder given need never be afraid of a repetition of the many failures which in the past may have so discouraged them. It should be borne in mind when making cakes that, unless the contrary is distinctly specified in the recipes in question, the sugar and butter should first be whisked together to a light, white cream, then the eggs added, after them the flour and baking powder   sifted together unless self-raising flour is     used, when, of course, no baking powder is required), and finally the fruit or any other ingredients used in place of fruit. In order to prevent the cakes getting burnt, or stick- ing to the tin, the tin should be thoroughly well greased ; while for large cakes the tins should be carefully lined with two thick- nesses of buttere...

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CAKE RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

CAKE RECIPES. ROCK BUNS.—Take a pound of self-rais- ing flour, and add to it a good pinch of salt, or add a teaspoonful of baking powder and and the salt to a pound of ordinary pastry flour. Then rub into the flour quarter of a pound of butter, three ounces of sifted sugar, and six ounces of currants, which   have been well washed, dried, and packed.   Mix thoroughly and add an egg well beaten up with a little milk ; beat all well to- gether, drop the mixture in rough lumps on a floured baking-sheet, dust with Demerara sugar, and bake for half an hour. ORANGE ROCKS.—Beat three ounces of butter to a cream with six ounces of sifted sugar, add to it the well beaten yolks of two eggs and the grated rind of an orange ;     next add a pound of self-raising flour mixed with a pinch of salt, or a pound of ordinary flour into which has been stirred a spoonful   of baking powder. Mix thoroughly with a little milk, and then add t...

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THE HOPE DIVORCE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

THE HOPE DIVORCE CASE. Lord Francis Hope, who was recently granted a decree nisi against his wife (nee May Yohe), is the brother and heir pre- sumptive of the Duke of Newcastle. Miss Yohe was born in Bethlehem, Penn- sylvania, 33 years ago. Her father was an ironmonlder and her mother a dressmaker. She sung first at New York in 1886. Her voice was unusually deep contralto, with a not unpleasant huskiness She was said to be engaged to marry Jack Mason, an Amer- ican actor, wheu she met Lord Francis Hope in New York and came to London, where she took the town by storm.     Colonel Putnam Bradlee Strong. She played the leading part in "The Magic Opal," and was very successful as Denise in "Mam'zelle Nitouche," but her greatest success was achieved in "Little   Christopher Columbus," in which, in an historic boy's costume, with one knicker- bocker leg turned up at the knee, she in- troduced the 'coon song to the English public. Later she played the...

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THEATRICAL. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

THEATRICAL. THEATRE ROYAL. "The Runaway Girl" has had a splendid success during the week, and as we predicted last Sunday would be the case, the piece is announced to continue during the week. It is full of vim and merriment, and the     scenery, dresses, and stage arrangements make it both bright and impressive. The singing is good and the acting excellent.   Those who have not yet witnessed the per- formance should take advantage of the few opportunities yet remaining, as the last six nights of the company's present stay in   Perth have been announced.

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HAWTREY COMEDY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

HAWTREY COMEDY COMPANY.     After a brilliant Goldfields season, during which another record run was returned for "A Message from Mars," the Hawtrey Comedy Co. will open again in Perth next Saturday night (24th May), and may be assured a very hearty welcome from local patrons of the theatre by whom this favorite company is very justly esteemed. The opening production will be "The Lady of Ostend," a laughable farce in three acts, taken from the German of Oscar Blumenthal and Gustav Kadelburg, by Mr. F. C. Burnand. The comedy had a long and suc- cessful run in London, and the piece should prove a valuable addition to the repertoire of the company.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN T[?] ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN TURF NOTES. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. With the appearance of the weights for the City Handicap and Birthday Cup, sub- stantial double books have been opened and double betting is likely to be as heavy as it was over the Goodwood and Cup. The most fancied horses in the City Handicap are—Fortune Teller, Florin, Chieveley, Footbolt, Adelaide, Lucky Dog, and Annotate, and for the Cup—Footbolt, The Victory, Chieveley, Sport Royal, Magda, and the Sailor. Fortune Teller will probably be a good thing for the first race, in which he is genuinely backed. Although he may have lost some of the dash he had last year, he and Kilt are both putting in deadly runs when too late. [That's not saying much for the sportsman- ship of the owners.] Kilt will probably be reserved for the Birthday Cup and Lucky   Dog's mission will be the City Handicap. Sport Royal, genuinely backed, could have beaten The Sailor out of second place in the S.A.J.C. Handicap, but he could not make Flags...

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CANNING ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 18 May 1902

CANNING ROADS BOARD Mr. Thomas Tate writes:—In a recent issue you drag me in this con- troversy once more. You say I have a large estate to sell. This I deny, as 75 per cent. of it is already sold and a   great portion is settled upon. You further say every time I sell a block of   land I request the purchaser to give his proxy. This is simply absurd; firstly, because the proxy of a local resident would be useless, and secondly, a buyer, say in January of this year, could not get on the roll before Sep- tember of next year. Consequently his proxy would be useless. More- over, I would be sorry to think any buyers would be such soulless creatures   as to allow themselves to be dictated to   in this outrageous fashion. You say I appeared at a meeting of this bellicose body the other night armed with a medium sized cart-load of proxies, etc. This is absurd, as proxies are not per- mitted at roads boards' meetings. Again, you say that I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 25 May 1902

CatarrîM MT. S. A. PALMAS?; 18* PfctHrtr^Sí*^' DOM Sir,-For tte (IO) yearalïl&Te amf-i feredrrom Cfrtairbdi tiieSebmse{k,sBfiEM intenm pain dariqg&ie witÔlfrtlÉi^.Sèvvi time* my lifo ms éétoïreà 'ój^-<á^fci<lást" thed «^&aiâ becmla áo'tro mWu f 6r*x>B> At tili« time I rewî j^r ad»Wifl»^iPirt4.«j>a< .determined to gifjwâ^Al^gtBtiaA i*«i> j The rèanlt bas eaceedèS 1ro v ffiBBâJlff'y anticipations. I «fc^now*" FCttíST * RV COHERED, and «aña *et*er beato t)»n>r j have been . for tbé . wfct'ttwelwp yeats« SJ earnestly reooiuoeaw> ? the juadine .? IhJ similar sufferers. Tîte -are1 at'í'Bbeifrj fike what ns» yon 'fifi» of jtiás.Hfad'I stf £ a plaasare in a4»werïng anyajfoiaeäoflK] my complaint. __^ /afcistttly;.. . <6igned) iafcBai4. C03HHK8S. Fer {arther partsaaftas, ?> v S A. F£ÊMER, WEXLINGTOK^BrKEET, POWH/ (Opp. Raäway Station^:'- *" Correspondent!» SrriSed. ' Mr. W. J. M^h»*been appoiö : Wbblesala...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 25 May 1902

I1ADD? Pl MUaMmttBiUliM^aaas,. fin^ill UUUIIVC5 Eagle {Bunters,Pertfc, T> EIIRING rom BUSINESS.-Large Sale V ; X* Wines, Spirits, Teas, GigM«,.and JUger Been. -JSalanceof Teoent shipments, including , «00 cases Geo. Hyde Wbisky, 48s. oae^î'OLd _ SootchBolt Whisfcy (Watson's), 25e. jsUob.ín bottle or »rs; ii»cases FQsner Lager Beet* 7s 6d.doz.quarts; Stanley Brewery Ale, 7s. doz.; : Colonial Wines, Prt, Claret, and Sherry, 18s. "< case; Devonshire Cid«; Foreign Cigars (Marc . Anfel), 13e. fid. box; finest Ceylon OBaB,in6Ib. boxes, 7e 6d. All orders given must be £or cash : : .<. only. Telephone 534. Inspection invited. G. F. NEWMAN & SON, - «mi 13« ííilRíMí'K-V». jf¿). S")/ jTTA^lî IN STOCK -.-Fron, Tree* of . ? 1 i' vtrienee, worked on thc mi>st itgpïored stocks ; tme «> nani«. Grape Vinas. ítosee til varieties. SEKDS-Agiicnltaral;: V^et varieties. Reliable ¿gente w&uteá, and the Trade SnpjWiea. ^« "

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BONEDUST. BONEDUST BLOOD MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 25 May 1902

' BQNfiDUSTi B0NEDU8T BLOOD MANURE. It is admitted that the only genuine article .paths market is that manufactured by HOLMES BROS, and CO. ftanmles and prices quoted on appheation. Full weight and analysis guaranteed. We desire to notify fhepubUcthat parcels nf Bonedustsnd Blood Manure are sold by "other firms, «and represented es our manu- facture. We wiabdt to be distinctly under .etood that we have »0 AGENTS. Cheats can depend upori obtaining the genuine article only by appKoatton to any of our branches or bead office, Fremantle. HOIJu^ BHOa and CO., Brander Butchers. Infiuenza-Huot dangerous when properly j txsated. Remain euietry st home and take ? Deanes lnfinemsa hGxtnre, and* a prompt ard completo recovery is sure to mJlow. j Edmund öean and Co., Chemists, 415 Hay- 1 street, forth. Hughes ami Dobeny aie startling Perth, ; Guildford, Cunderdin, and Meckermg with ? the splendid quality of their groceries and. sundry hoes, sold at bedrock prices. Bi-j bock Hoghes and Dobeny. B...

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A TREATISE ON THE GURE OF NERVE, BLOOD, AND SKIN DISEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 25 May 1902

Ä TREATISE 0« THE CURE OF NERVE, BLOOD, AND SKIN j v--; »isfcÄMS. ?-????-?Vv ïn order that Bufferers from Blood j Diseases, Diseases of tie Urinary Organs, and Discharges, Nervous 7>ebUity re- sulting in Lost Vitality, Woajrwww bf the Brain, "Soor Memory, LOBS of Energy and " Melancholia, may.. be . permanently and Sñeedüy cured wioiout tte use of the usual but dreaded Mercury. That famous and .most sucoissful Herbalist. HerrRsómiusseh, ' has prepared a Short ,Treaty the origin and nature of these somplainta, : and how to »care them. This Treatise, t» getber, with his Herbal Booh, he wiH postín »Jain ©over to any addresB^^reeofoharge. Herr Sassmwsaen has' had over twenty 3$ars .experience, and he claims ' that - the ? Âerbaî fteiujédieshavé «uredover Ona Han» - «drèd Themsand Sumjreia-^-fae^ heiiKÄds that humber of Testhnonials from his cured patrons. His Address is 481 Hay-street, Perth, and 117 High-street, Fremantle.

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TO DEAF PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 25 May 1902

DEAFNESS, NOISES Dî THE HEAD, ftc, positively cored hy HABtEys E&B LOTION This nev Remedy goes right to j the actnal pest di the disease, and has efiec ted such remarkable cares that the greatest hope is held ont to aU sidiegrata, BO matter how bad br long-standing the case amy he\. 0sa Borax^^^rïtt COBB any.^ordinarjf casajr* and will i>e aeÄ -1aÄ*aly packed «aa post- paid, with fttll dnëçtioas and testimonials upon receipt of 4s. dd. Order direct from JAKES E. HARLE*-, 23, Stockdale Road, South Lambeth, London, ENGLAND, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 25 May 1902

NO HUMBUG, : BUTA , SPEEDY AND PERMANENT CURL When the REMEDY used, is HERR RASMUSSEN'S ALFALINE BLOOD CUBS .PILLS success IB certain, and a Core Permanent and Speedy in every case of CHRONIC BLOOD and SKIN DISEA- SES, GLEETS, DISCHARGES, Etc.. Etc. Special powerful coarse, 43B. 6CL; ordinary coarse, 23s. Cd. Boxes, lg», and 6s. NERVOUS DEBILITY. LOST VI- TALITY, and VARICOCELE Cored Per- manently by taking tue ALF ALINE VITALITY PILLS. Special powerful courses, 43s. 6d.; ordinary coarse, 23s. éd. Boxes, 12s. and 6a. PILES-Either Blind, Bleeding, External or Internal, cured Quickly and for ever by taking the Celebrated ALFAIINE PILE POWDERS. Boxes, 6s. LIVER and KIDNEY COMPLAINTS and COSTIVENESS. -If yon enfler try one box of the famous ALFALINE LIVER PILLS. Boxes, Is. AN ¿EMT ft and Wasting Diseases in Females Cured Permanently with ALFA LINE UNIVERSAL PILLS. Courses, 23s. 6i Boxes, 6s. and 12s. REMEDIES BT TOST A SPECIALTY. A FBEE BOOK BY POST AND ON APPLICATION. Try the Most Succ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 25 May 1902

ROY Al S i AND * RD HOTEL Corner LAKE and BRISBANS 8T3. The BE-sT RESU>KNTIAL HOTEL in W.À. . . r The Highest «nd Healthiest Spot in Perth. Everything the Best. FRANCIS SMITH (Late of Beaufort Arms), Prcrorietor. ALBERT E. FORD, DENTIST, CORNER HAY & BARRACK STREETS, PERTH. .tMécme.^ikr Door in Bam&«tpé& \ Business Notices. DVOEBTSKY, The "WOOD KING." BEST WOOMLL KINDS AND LENGTHS. WOOD and COAL ' DEXtTVKRED ON SHORTEST NOTICE. S. DVÓRÉTSKY, WOOD AND COAL MERCHANT, BEAUFORT STREET. CYCLES! SAVE MONEY by BUYING a RELIABLE CYCLE , We are Offering oar Well-known Makes j at Greatly Reduced Prices to' snit the j times : " COVENTRY ELK," from £19 5s. "THOMAS," bom £13 15a. "EMU " (Our Make), from £15 15s. DUNLOP TYRHS. ALL CYCLES GUARANTEED fcOR TWELVE MONTHS. Wearing Farts Kept m Stock. RICHD. PURSER & CO.,! WILLI AM-ST., PERTH. MEMC1HE SCHT FREE To men untilCnredof allKKRVETroubles,, Weakness, Atrophy, Debility, Varicocele, ¡ &c, no matter ht«w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 25 May 1902

BEDSTEADS md pete in great «sacíete, Parisian, Italian, Pren ch, tai Half, testers are bo be seen at W. ZimpcTte lorn? 1 ture Warehouse in Hay-Etoet, and faa- vain and quality cannot' be equalled. SE. « Zünpd is laadiDg frfesh *hipments<ᣠBed-] Staads by every boat arrivât, and by im-j porting direct from the Eaglish makers «| ina posifckm to do these at exceptionally} low prices. Inspection invited. j 1" ~Ñ ~T Ë" BL j W YOUTH, As Assistant Printer's Machinist. ]£ust have Good Knowledge of the Trade. Apply MANAGER, SUNDAY TIMES. J. J. ASHMAN, 168 Barraok-street, Perth, WHOLESALE MUTOFACTOBEB GUTTER RIDGING, DOWN PIPES, TANKS and TINWARE. ?, & J, WIPERS & CO., AUCTIONEERS and GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANTS. All Kinds of \Produce Kept in Stock. Anotion Sales Dally. Chaff and Grain eales Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Address-Crrr MARKETS. Tel. No. 741. A. MACINTOSH, VETERINARY SURGEON, INTERCOLONIAL STOCK BAZAAR, STIRLING and PIER STREETS. Telephone 440. Horses ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 25 May 1902

|.' Jt£»Â»ï 'Stir ? 5-SS'-J«'.. ---r. < f iíft:¿¿..¿ : ' ~ mtmrnm^) wmm - HOUSE, ABSOLUTELY the OHEAPEoT for MEN'S CLOTHING, MERCERY, SHIRTS, BAT^and MISS'S UNBERCLOl'HIKti. TIES' ''TIES it ; * ">if TIBS i !1v ' TIEä ! ! i ! WATCH, OUR, WINDOW. COMPARE OUR PR1GES. ? Sullivan's White Housej ^Ö-'Jfoikfet^V Opp* National HóteL j BmöHTfpN;"liÖTEL,^Ä::: ? | . : ' ^' PertA-ÍFVernantle Rogtd. CLAfTEMOTiT. j ^sj^JtáL&^":A<^i^ói>^<^: ló&'i&snñ?. EVERY GOSÍV^ENIENCEÍ 1 £ BiJSSÉs-MEBT AM. TBAIKB. .'...A. /* TsLBSHÖ^^^Garss^uaz. Î~ ->?-.? ¿y ^ STRB3TS-- ? ? JliÖSK iSOÎJOTffONi- fete of the Metropolitan,Hotel, Kiag-etreut, Sydney, «nd the ; Bunoon Hotel, Albany, begs to inform his friends and the public generally that he has taken joSer^heflarovjfe Splendid hotel, which has been thoroughly renovated throujghoab ; The,caisine i% second to nope., ^Wuiesra^ r- f. ^^^^^é^mitSdo^ù^û^ïoim !Sail ;. trains'siqp at door eyerr five tninutec...

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MISSING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 25 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 :—         BEARD (Moses and Mary) left Telbury, Gloucestershire, in 1855 ; last wrote from Perth, W.A., 16 years ago.   BROWN (Harry) last heard of from Mel- bourne in 1883. BUNYAN (Mary) was in Auckland, N.Z., in 1899. DAVIS (Thomas), of Westminster, took his discharge from the York and Lancaster Regiment at Aden in 1884, and went to Aus- tralia. HODGES (John) left Wateringbury, Kent, for New...

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TO THE DEAF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 25 May 1902

TO TttE PEKE *XA" ? AnCTOB -«OB Itaartraas;-The Xndiaa Specific, lately otrodnoed ist« thisooaafergv i» absolutely the best remedy Aver known for, ctea&ess and noises in iihe aeaiL. It goes rkht to*he «eat of the trouble, and-speedily «Sfeçts a complete euro. . A lady says, "l am indeed hajppy to tell you that the Indian Bentedy has entirely -restored my heataig^ attixougli my case waatobgrago oonsidieBaá hnpetess.?' Testimonials from all parts ^ of the world. Sold in bottle« 4s. 9d. poet-free, with fall directions. (Protected by Goretnc meat Stamp.). Address ; Mr. James Harleys S3 SttKîkdale road, Battersea Park, Xjoadcii¡ S.W., England. « '-"'Mr. H. C. Aimetatiug, Surgeon Deotiat, ' adveiÜBes painless extraction», tho l«* «* i local atueathetics being <M«ifif>j^¡ oy hütu> vddreea : W.A A-iUiecariee Companyv i ?he«**-vjeraahouldvisit "The Araw- ura-(Öerr/s) after th© play.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 25 May 1902

Special Advertisements. Cofldit and Launder, FASHIONABLE TAILORS, HATTERS ARD MERCER^ . 412 Hay-Street, Perth. . Iratest Selections of Nevr Season'! Goods Jost Opened. ALL KINDS OF HATS MADE TO ORDER. c DRESS SPITS A SPECIALTY. DONALD J. CHI-PPER, UNDERTAKER, Hay-street, Perth, and at Hannan atreet, Kalgoorlie. The Moat Up-to-Date Funeral Furnishing Establishments in the State. The Latest Design» in Wreaths, Domes and Crosses always on hand at both establishments. ' HABLES CO UL80K, Undertaker, 108 James-street. FUNERALS Supplied and Conducted at Moderate Chargea. Telephon» 422. Crystal Cafe Restaurant 887 HAY-STREBT, PERTH (Opposite the Bon Marché). T. DEW, Proprietor* (Late of Albany). Railway Men, Remember your Friend during the late Strike,- and Patronise the Maa wk* stuck to you. ALL MEALS, le. First-class Beds and well-ventilated Rooms tom ls,' 6<L to 2a. per night. The Crystal Cafe has BO rival in tito Orly for Cleanliness and Civffity. Inspection Invited. MONEY MO...

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