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SPORTING RACING FIXTURES. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

RACING FIXTURES. MARCH. 31. Williamstown R.C.   31. Onkaparinga B.C.   31. Bunbury R. C. 31. Murchison Goldfields R.C. 31. York J.C. 31. Southern Cross R.C.   31. Mount Morgans L.V.C.   APRIL         1. Wagin R.C.   2. Maribyrnong R.C. 2. Victoria Plains J.C. 2. Beverley R.C.   3, Walkaway T. C.   5. Wangarrong R. C.   5. Aspindale Park R. C. 6. S.A. Tattersall's Club. 9. Collie R. C. 9, 10. Ashburton R.C.     12. W. A. T. C. 12. City Tattersall's Club (Sydney)   12. Epsom R.C.             12. Adelaide R.C.   15. Maribyrnong R. C. 16, 17. Hamilton R. C.             16, 17. Albury R. C. 19. Victoria R.C.     19. C...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TURF TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

TURF TATTLE     The acceptances for the Onkaparinga   meeting, to take place, tomorrow, were   published at the beginning of the week, and from the outlook at the time of writing fields are likely to be numerous. The ac- ceptances are a long way behind those of   last year, but for all that the Easter Monday gathering at Oakbank is such a popular one that the meeting is sure to be a success. Fourteen have cried content for the   Hurdle Race, and I have no hesitation in   saying that I can pick it in three. The top weights seems to stand head and shoulders   above the rest, and I don't think I shall be very far out if I vote for them in the fol- lowing order:—           LORD ROBERTS ... 1   HOLKAR ... 2         LILY'S SECRET ... 3 The Great Eastern Steeplechase has two or three good horses engaged, and the rest are th...

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THE BUCK NORTH. SHADY RECORDS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 30 March 1902

THE BLACK NORTH       SHADY RECORDS     By Mindirmina       The cables of the last few weeks revived   once again the rather nauseous topic of the     annihilation of the original "Sons of Aus- tralia." Lord Lamington (late Governor of Queensland) has been telling a British audience that the aborigine will shortly be     as extinct in Bananaland as the diprotodon         and a few other trifles of prehistoric times. What else can you expect, if you know your North Australia? The history of the Black     country reeks with saguinary tragedies.   Right alongfrom Carpentaria to the Nor'   West in W.A. the indigenous native and the pale-faces have been punctuating existence with a little slaughter now and then for the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

UEVINSON & SONS Manufacturing Jewellers, Watchmakers, Opticians, &c. 167 & 169 BARRACK STREET, PERTH. Any Article made to Order. AU Goods Guaranteed. Repairing done. Buy from the Malters and Save Money. Hvoid Duty and Middlemen's Profits. TEi.ÉÍ*HOWE No. 313. COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY. ATTENDED TO.

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PICTURESQUE WESTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

SEE39 PICTURESQUE WESTRALIA

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MISSING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 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 :— ANDERSON (William), who left Hull 20 years ago. Last heard of in Sheffield the same year. BENNETT (John Francis), who left Birken- head about 18 years ago to join his uncle, William Bennett, a sheep farmer, formerly living on St. George's Plains, Bathurst, N.S.W. BOLGER (William), who left Dublin in October, 1897, for South Africa, and went, on to Coolgardie the same year.   BROOKE (William Henry), who left Osset...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

Special Advertisements. Conflit and Launder, . . 4-12 Hay-Street, Perth. HATS! HATS 1 ALL KISTOS OF HATS MADE TO OBDEE. SPECIALTY.-JOHN B. STETSONS AMERICAN FELT HATS, finest Goods m the State. DONALD J. CHIPPER, UNDERTAKER, "Hay-street, Perth, and et flarman - street, Kalgoorlie. The Most Up-to-DateFuneral Jfunnshing Establishments in the State. The Latest Besjgns in Wreaths, Domes and Crosses always on hand at both establishments. HABLES C 0 H L S O N, Undertaker, 108 James-street. FUNERALS Supplied and Conducted at Moderate Charges. Telephone 432. Crystal Cafe Restaurant 867 HAY-STREET, PERTH (Opposite the Bon Marché). T. DEW, Proprietor (Late of Albany}. Railway Men, Remember yrour Friend during the late Strike, and Patronise tho Man stuck tb you» « V ? .-v . '. - ALL MEALS;, ls. i FîrstHjlaSs R ?V:-: wál-ven£Qab^:{B>^^-l3íom '^GL' 'tÖ$$\ ? -;? jejt'B^jfckk'í'.'-jr ,-*r ? ''..?''?=''/«-'"-'"?":'..- ,-. TteCîryBtàCafe Wa norval^iCitgr; for Cleanlmess and Civility., r¿ . . ¿" I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

EONEDÜST. BOSTÈDUST It is admitted that the only genuine article on theanarket ¿s that manufactured by HOLMES BROS. and CO. Samples and prices quoted on application. Foll weight and analysisguaranteed. We desirevto notify the public that parcels of Bonednst and Blood Manure are sold by other firms, and represented ÄS our manu- facture. We wish it to be distinctly under- stood that we have NO AGEISTS. . Clients can depend upon obtaining the, jennine "article only by application to any of our branches or head office. Fremantle. HOLMES BROS. and CO., ' , Premier Butchers. '.. In mediane qualityis of . prime importance. "? We use nothing ibut the best that the market affords, and by 'buying direct from the largest chemical laboratories'in Europe, and by paying spot cash for out purchases, we are enable-1 to dispense strictly pure drugs in ' all prescriptions - at reasonable rates. Edmund Dean and Co., Chemists, 415 Hay-Street, Perth. j .Hughes and Doheny, :Perth, /Guildford, i '¿nd Cund...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

I BUY FOR CASH AT HIGHEST PRICES KÀNGAROO, WALLABY, OPOSSUM, ALSO WOOL, HIDES, TALLOW, SHEEPSKINS, GUM, ETC. Etc. ESSEX,STV . . . ,_FREMANTLE.: »SOLE AGENCY IN fe Food for H^rlorses and Cattle^- Undoubtedly good stuff; Write to Charles Honriann foi Partkidais and^estimoniàJs NERVOUS DEBILITY COMPLETELY CUBED £Y Á resident of Magill, S.A., bas added Iiis testimony to the many others in praise of this wonderful remedy. He. sayas-^'A member of my family was suffering* from : nervous debility, and became so weak and ill that the carrying eut of daily duties be- came a burden, and 'at. length impossible. Mediciné .did not appear to. de an^good, and a change of air was sngge£te¿l, butas this was impossible under easting circuni stances, I looked for something--else to afford relief. In looking over a paper one ; evening the words "TRY yTTADATIO" caught my eye I did BO, nud after t^e sufferer had taken.the first bottles^ im provement wasj$otíce&ble, and tbréejpther bottles effected...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

IP fl ABBY PÜBIfF Wo8*Spii»Ä«»lw(at, m¡\ flAnill IrLrtltlVL, Eagle Chambers, Pera, pSi?;.; /"^AN'Snpply tie Trade and Public bVgai P^í ?? \^ ion, case or casts. Celebrated Geo. Hyde * E¿ i. Whisky, 50a. case, or ia btdfc at 25s. per gal lan ; Pilsner Lager Beers, 8s. Bd. doz. quarts; psi?-' , Devonshire Cider, piata 10s. 6d., quarts 16a.; English Ales and Guinness'" Stout, also Colo l nial and Foreign Wmes. PiperHeidsick Cham rgjSÍ- pagne, French Liqueurs, Boord's ï>ry Gio , fi " 48a. case: Letham'e English Hams, tiemruñ |> Foreign Cigars, 158. hundred, in box ; Geyloä ;,y- - Teas, ls. 6cL, ls. 9d. packet, in Sib. and 101b. f " r -. boxes. Terns Cask. Telephone 534. I C. F. (SWMU ft «T SEEDSMEN, NÛRSERYM8ÎÎ, FLORIST* . 136 «od 138 BARRACK-ST. {TeL 97), VICTORIA PARK sad ? RIVERSDALE NURSERIES, HAVE IN STOCK s-*nj& ïraea «S «H varieties, worked ou the most approved . stockjs ; tree to name. Grape Vines. ' Roses all varieties. SEEDS-Agricultural, Viget able and Flower, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

FOE COUNTRY READERS --- THE SUNDAY TIMES will forward any book in tûe following list to any person on receipt of price and postage. Address all orders to the Manager -of .TEDS SUNDAY Taos Office, Perth; ' Books not listed may be obtained on application :- - Poultry-and Bîrds-^ ... . Tbé Australasian Poultry for Profit« 3s.; pestage, 6d. Popular. Beoltry Keeping, ls.; postage, 6d. Colonial Poultry Book, with article on incubators <by Woodward), la. 6VL; postage, 6d. Compton's .Australasian Book of Poultry (illustrated),. 12s. 6<L; postage, 2s. Wright's Practical Poultry Keeper (colored plates}, 3s»6d.; postage, 6d. Al'Cue's Australasian Poultry Guide (il- lustrated), vLs~3tt. ; postage, 6d. Australasian Canary Guide, la 3d.; postage, 3d. \ Gardening Adamson's Australian Gardener, 2s.; postage, 6d. Heron's Australian Fruit Garden, ls. 3d.; postage, 6d. Hole's (Dean) Book About the Garden, 3s. 6d.; postage, 6d. Dickson's Californian .Vegetables, 13s. : Gd.; postag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

CjUBLlCOaW TTfiGTOBIA PARK {Ü^«oborb-ofi5rSto8| Jr and jnotor «ar &cl " quarter-acre Kot*»/ arooT lite and Co., iß Wpat»^;, MCX. ^ósfe&.fcwd, <*!; Jjaedeñáue, for. &&^.*m*&^to*gj&*. 3P-. lato and; i AXí&fe,*;^<í£Íé¿á*#B»drive),? j£%. jrfv^jan^nnm&^^ownB^tf, ^a^^ose^eheaj^^^Taíe and<3a, Y Honses, £150, .£125, £65, £75, £300, £400, sod np to £1,500. Get pecticnlars I and inspect T. Tate and Ca" 113 William | st, »ear Hay-st. 17|ÀEMB, ail aorte and «asee, for Sale or to JT -JLet. Lànd sjnîaMe tor poultry faixns arxl^ pigwrias, «ary_ chonta- > :T. Tate and jBo;, ¿13 WAliaiB-gt., nearlBiy-fe, y; HnriBCS, ii url -good Mocka of IrfuÄl to, l^j^^TateandOo., 118 Wffliatt-st., nearHav>6t. * LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. METEOPOLITAN PROVINCE. J. W. WRIGHT ' ? Solicit Your ' VOTEuAND SUPPORT. VOTE for WRIGHT and L Redistribution of Seats. 2. Electoral Reform. 3. One Adult One Tote. .. . . ' 4. ADohtio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

?KiBnainRsS Annonncements HERR RASSMUSSEN'S ALFAT.TNE VITALITY PILLS, are a guaranteed cure for ail Nervous Disea a,' Weak rjpine, Brain ánd Nerves,'Poor Memory, Tired Feeling, Melancholia,' Spots before the Ryes, etc. Boxes, 6s. andl^s. ; courses, 23e. Bd.; special powerful courses, 43s. 6d. "'."' ALF ALINE ÜNTPr^SAL ,PIIiÄ% , are ff permanent cure for Wasting Diseases in Women,. Anaemia, and a perfect Blood and Nerve Tonic, ^oxes, 6s. and 12s.; courses, 23s. 6d. ; - special powerful -xmraes; 43s. 8d./ -....?,;¿t;'w'i> .: -J . : ALFALINE BLOOD PILLS are a permanent cure^forlril Chronic Blood and Skin Diseases, Blotches, Blood Disor dere, Diseases of the Drmary Organs, Gravel etc . Boxes; 6s. and 12a.; courses', 23s. t4-i special coniste, 43s. bd.. '-^ v. 7^ ? ? ALFALINE RHEUMATIC PILLS. Guaranteed to cure Rheumatism, Gout, Sctótíca and-Lumbago. Soxes, posted 3s., 6s., 12s., and 23s. 6d. Yaluable pamphlet sent free. . " - * A f IP At.INE ASTHMA AND GOUGH V - V'> PILLS. A wonde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

WHYTE & MACKAYS ABSOLUTELY UNRIVALLED. Sole Agents-MILNE & CO., William Street, Perth. _« ? _ ' TEDS "CYCLONE" WOVEN WIRE FENCE Is so called Because it Sweeps all before it. A TYPICAL SHEEP FENCE. Tfie CYCLONE FENCE may be built any height, any strength, any number of cables, any spacing, any style, and at any price. - The CYCLONE FENCE is horse high, boll strong, pig and sheep proof, absolutely and always. It never rusts, neyer slacks, is more durable, and more satisfactory in every way than ordinary single une fencing. The CYCLONE FENCE is built of galvanised Bessemer steel wire cables and crimped pickets. It is woven on the ground, and is nnfonbtedjy the BEST and CHEAPEST FENCE on the MARKET. FULL PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION TO w9 .? jLib03?'?>3au. Sole Agent for Western Australia. HAY" STREET, _ Near Bon Marche. MRS. F- BBBOTTS (late of Kalgoorlie) RECHERCHE LUNCHEON and TU A BOOMS, tiie Largest and Coolest in the City, ABE NOW OPEN. . - HOT AND COLD LUNCHEONS ...

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SHOOTING SCANDAL MORANT AND HANDCOCK. EXECUTED FO TWELVE MURDERS. WAR OFFICE EXPLAINS. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

SHOOTING SCANDAL MORANT AND HANDCOCK.   EXECUTED FOR TWELVE MURDERS, WAR OFFICE EXPLAINS. --*--       LONDON, SATURDAY   A statement has been made by the War   Office to the following effect :-In July- Angust the Bosh Veldt Carabiniers were recruited in South Africa, and included many Colonials other than those forming portions of the regular contingents. The Carabiniers were employed in the   wildest part of the Transvaal, known as Spelonken.           They took a certain number of prisoners.   In October it came to the knowledge of     the authorities that grave irregularities on the part of certain of the officers of the Carabiniers had taken place during the previous three months.   An exhaustive examination was ordered,     aad a court of enquiry a...

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HIGH WATER MARK OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. ALL PREVIOUS RECORDS BROKEN. SWORN DECLARATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

HIGH WATER MARK OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. ___ ALL PREVIOUS RECORDS BROKEN. SWORN DECLARATION. I, L.G.P. Dickens, publisher of the       SUNDAY TIMES newspaper, duly sworn,       depose and say that the actual circulation   of the SUNDAY TIMES for the 30th March   last, after making allowance for all unused   copies, was 23,587.   (signed) L.G.P. Dickens     Publisher and Secretary to the   SUNDAY TIMES         Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of April, 1902. W. J. Holmes, J.P.

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

That the publication of the S'African sen- sation has badly scared many of the depart- ing contingent.             That members of the Karrkatta Cara-   biniers are considering the advisability of missing the transport.       That according to experienced looters, court martials are "a stumbling block to enterprise!"   That many have been getting their hands in by commandeering saveloys, etc., from coffee-stalls.   That Westralia should be delighted to willingly part with these hen-roost robbers.   That the local Board of Trade should be indicted for criminal neglect of duty. That some of the Canning Bridge boats are dangerously top-heavy, even when not over-crowded. That in rough weather the stokers and engineers spend no unnecessary times below     decks.     &...

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OUR DICTIONARY GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

OUR DICTIONARY GIFT. The offer of a free dictionary to annual subscrivers of THE SUNDAY TIMES has re- sulted in a response from the reading public in all parts of the State which has far ex- ceeded our expectations. As the offer can   only remain open for a month, and as the supply of dictionaries in Western Australia is limited, it would be advisable for those desirous of securing a copy of this excellent   standard work to send in their orders with-   out delay.  

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OUR NEXT SUPPLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

OUR NEXT INSTALLMENT _______________       The front page of the next week's supple- ment of THE SUNDAY TIMES will be entirely devoted to the Hawtrey Comedy Company. Reproductions of the photos of no fewer than 22 members of the company will adorn the page, and the whole will comprise a splendid souvenir of this high-class company's visit to the West.                             Mr. B. C. Wood announces his intention of contesting the Metropolitan-Suburban   province election, and will take an early op= portunity of addressing the electors.

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BURSWOOD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 April 1902

BURSWOOD RACES   The Burswood proprietary held a race meet- ing yesterday afternoon. The weather was     pleasant, and there was a much larger attendance than usual. The racing does not call for much comment, except that Fuller, the rider of the odds-on favorite Baby, made one of the most determined efforts to lose ever seen on a racecourse; but evidently Baby has a conscience, and despite her rider's strenuous efforts to extract her teeth won by a short head, and thus gave further evidence of the truth of the maxim that good will always triumph over evil. As Fuller was encased in lead much after the style of the knights of old, it was antici- pated that he would make some effort to get rid of it: but if he had any such intentions   he had no opportunity of carrying them out, for he was followed down the straight and never left till the clerk of the scales called "Weight," much to the amusement of the crowd, who had invaded the wei...

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