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A COMRADE'S GOOD-BYE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 25 May 1902

A COMRADE'S GOOD-BYE. A very pleasant function took place on Sunday week at the Southern Cross Running Shed. At 12 o'clock all the men on and off duty met at the   Drivers' Cabin to bid good-bye to one of the fitters' laborers wbo bad been transferred to Fremantle Workshops. The chair was taken by Mr. A. L. Stewart, who in his opening remarks stated that they had met to say good- bye and Godspeed to their fellow worker, Mr. W. Blythe Simpson. Messrs. Dewing, Bull, Sidler, Smith, of the mechanical staff; Mr. Tannock,   for drivers ; Mr Ryan, for firemen ; Mr. McCallum, for cleaners; Mr. Davidson, for fuelman; spoke of the good qualities and obliging manner of their comrade, and wished him and his wife and family good health and prosperity in their new sphere of dnty. The chairman presented Mr. Simpson, on behalf of his fellow workmen, with a purse of sovereigns, as a small token of their regard for him and his. Mr. Simpson replied thanking his friends for th...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TRUSTS AND THEIR INFLUENCES. DO THEY DES[?]OY INDEPENDENCE AND INJURE THE NATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 25 May 1902

TRUSTS AND THEIR IN- FLUENCES. DO THEY DESTROY INDEPENDENCE AND INJURE THE NATION. We have received the following com- munication from Mr. G.H.R.Weide-       mann, of Woking, which in these     times of combinations will be read with interest:—         Hardy a daily newspaper can be taken up without one's eyes being arrested by the announcement of some colossal trust or huge trade combine, or a character sketch of its promoter, his thoughts and ambitions, the whole paragraph being carefully worked up to attract the attention of the reader. The very mention of so many millions of dollars capital gives an unctuous     tone to the scheme, while the threat of its wonderful power is ushered in with many portentous forebodings. America is the home and nursery of these gigantic undertakings, and if the generality of its people are dazzled by the spe...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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REMARKABLE BREACH OF PROMISE. PERSIAN AND SPIRITIST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 25 May 1902

A remarkable breach of promise case was heard at Birmingham Assizes recently. The plaintiff was Nestorious Marcus, of Marchmont Cresent, Edin- burgh, and the defendant Patty Briton, a lady residing in Sandon Boad, Edgbaston, Birmingham. The plaintiff is a native of Hermis, in Persia, and is 27 years of age, while the lady is 47. He was a Christian,   and at the age of 20 came to London, and after acquiring a knowledge of English went to Edinburgh to study divinity, intending later an to go back to Persia and devote himself to preach- ing. About August, 1900, defendant went to stay at a Hydropathic on Dee- side, where she met the plaintiff, who   had been lecturing in the locality. and she seems to have fallen madly in love with him. When be returned to Edinburgh in September of that year they corresponded, and during the winter they became engaged. On     March 17 last year, however, the en-   gagement was broken off b...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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A THRI[?] BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 25 May 1902

The public are scarcely aware that such a business as it is our pleasure to describe exists right in the centre of the city. We refer to the business of Mr. S. Cohen, of Murray-street, oppo- site Cremorne. About eight years ago   Mr. Cohen commenced business in   Perth as a shop and office fitter in a modest way, but seeing opportunities for the expansion of his business, he may be said to have the larges busi- ness of its kind in Perth. In the premises some times ago occupied by   Messrs. McLean Bros. and Rigg, Mr. Cohen has a thoroughly equipped fac- tory constantly employing some 30 skilled artisans, with machinery driven by a five-horse power motor, and here it is where a lot of the wood work we see in our homes is turned out. A few doors nearer Barrack-street a large two-storied show-room has just been erected for Mr. Cohen, and here we   find displayed samples of the work done at the factory. The space avail-   a...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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TRANSATLANTIC SALOON FARES. DETAILS OF THE INCREASE IN PASSENGER RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 25 May 1902

As intimate by us some little time ago, those who intend to take a holi- day trip across the herring pond will have to increase their estimate for ex- penses. The Conference of Atlantic Liners has advanced the saloon rates, but those who are willing to put up with intermediate or steerage accom-   modation can still be carried at the old charges. A member of our staff made some inquiries on the subject, at some of the steamboat offices in Lond- don, and ascertained that the com- panies which had agreed to the arrangement were as follows:—       Allan Line.   Allan and State Line. American Line.     Anchor Line.       Atlantic Transport Line.     Dominion Line.   Cunard Line.         Leyland Line. White Star Line. Cie. Generale Transatlantique. Hamburg American Line....

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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CANNING ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 25 May 1902

CANNING ROADS BOARD.   F.H. McIntosh writes:—Finding   that your paper has a very large circu-   lation in our district and is read with interest, will you kindly premit me space to ask a few questions, and also to refer to what the legitimate resi- dents regard as unfair treatment at the hands of a clique? Is it not a fact that the letters appearing in the papers of late referring to the Canning Roads Board and their doings, and signed "Portée De Fusal," O. Jay (farmer), "Quidnunc" and "No Bias," are only intended for a cheap advertisement for Woodlupine? Are they not calcu- lated to influence the Minister for Works re grant of a sum of money for a street that the residents and travel- ling public are opposed to, namely, Railway-street? I should also like to   know if the writer or writers of these letters are aware of the fact that one of the many objections the board had to constructing Railway-street in   preferenc...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

' IliDDV J»l ABKE ^a&m&im,:; -, nnflfll wLfWilVCj Sigie OíiMtírái,Perth, T> EALISING S ALK-Wines, ^rità, Ci Xi; jgats, Teas, Oil Of Leraoi¿ £ Ceylon, Tea«, devonshire (frier, English j^l^, fiaia^ : ness' Stoat», including 100 cases Mao. Hyda - 'Whisky, 4Ss.; Geo. Eyde BuBf, Ü5s- givL; ' Watson's Bulk Whisky, tXis. £«LS- Pare Ceylon. Teas, ls. to ls. Gd. lb.; Lager ßeerb, 7e. Gâ. -dat. quarts, .genuine Pilsner j., also Colonial. Ale«, 7s. doz; Oil of Lamaos," foy: poaad, ia coppers ; genuine Foreign Cigars. 15a. box {100}. Ladies' Jackets (107) for Sale, tight titting. lospection invited.. Telephone iSi. C. F. NEWMAN'S SON, SEEDSMEN, inmSERtMES,FIJÖRIäT? * 236 *qd 13S BAEEACK-ST. tfEeL 97), VICTORIA PABK and^ - ' ' RIVERSDALE, KpBSEBt^, ;. C HAVE IN STOCK t^Eíwit Trees, of all - \Tróetíes,\rerked on tie most approved stocks ; true to name. Grape Vines. Hoses all varieties. SEEDS-Agricultural, Veget- able and Flower, all leadingaail mott approved varieties. Beli&...

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TO DEAF PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

TTC DEAF PEÜPÜL DEAEÎiBSS, NOISES IN 17HE HEAD, «te., posiöyjely cured fay HARLBY'd EAR XOTjtQN. ' This sewBeme«^ gaes right tb» -She aetoakceat-oi tb« dises»» and bas effect ted such «emarkabl» onres Iba*, the grteteatt jbope is bald out to all Euihoen, no matter Show bad or long-simndbig; the ease may be_ :10KB somax wm ooa» »y jerdioary caae,. Sand wiB* be sent eecareTy r id ana patta ;paid, : 'with. foll: ¿1r«ctiQae¡ and testimonials. arpon necoipt -pf 4&. DâL Qcder direct itoov JAMES- E. H&apsr, Sft, Stockdale Road, Soiab Lambeth I^nAa»vJBKGtAsi),

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THE MOST SUCCESSFUL HERBALIST IN AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

THE MOST SUCCESSFUL HERBALIST IN AUSTRALASIA. Herr Bassmussen and his Celebrated Herbal Remédiée require no introduction to the public in this notice. His Blood Core and Vitality Remedies, Internal and Ex- ternal Pile Cores, Liver and Kidney Remedy, and bis specially prepared Remedy for ?Anaemia and Wasting Diseases in Females are famous throughout the world, haring stood a test for over 20 years. Herr Bass- mussen is the most successful and only Danish Herbalist in Australasia. His ad- dress is 4SI Hay-street, Perth, and 117High street, Fremantle. Sufferers should call on him or write to him for a copy of his Free Book containing all particulars and adrice. All your medicinal requirements, toilet requisites, patent medicines, etc, trill be attended to promptly by ringing up tele phone 84, Edmund Dean and Co., Chemists, 415 Hav-street, Perth.

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A TREATISE ON THE CURE OF NERVE, BLOOD, AND SKIN DISEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

A TREATISE OK THE CURE OF HERVE, BLOOD, AND SKIN DISEASES. In order that Bufferers from Blood Diseases, Diseases of the Urinary Organs, Gleets and Discharges, Nervous Debility re- sal tang in Lost "Vitality, Weakueas of 1 he Brain,' Poor Memory, toss of Energy and Melancholia, may be permanently and speedily cored -without the nse of the usaal but dreaded Mercury. That famous and most successful Herbalist. ïferr Rasemassea, has prepared a Short Treatise explaining tile origin and nature of these complainte, and how to cure them. This Treatise, to- gether with bis Herbal Book, fae will post in plain cover to any 'address, free of charge. Herr Rassmussen has bad over twenty years experience, and-he claims that the Herbal Remedies have cared over One Hun- dred Thousand Sufferers-in fact, be-bolds ttoát number of Testimonials from his'cured patrons.'. His Address is 481 Hay-street,; Perth, and 117 High-street, Fremantle. Dr. Hager's Headache Cure, a new remedy fer sick, billions and ner...

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TO THE DEAF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

TO ia. Cross :W>a- IteiçsEss.-The Indian Specific, lately introduced into this country, is absolutely the best remedy ever known lor deafneto^d noises in tíie head. It goes right to the seat of the trouble, arid speedily eájctB a complete care. "A lady says, "ism indeed happy to tell jan that tie Indian Remedy h^ entity i^tored my hearing, aKhongJuny case was long ago considered hopeless,'' Testimonials ¿rom all parts of the world. Sold in bottles ^ with fuÛ ^recfôoos. ^ ment Stamp.) .Address :i Mr. James Harley, : ^fitockdJe^aó!, Battersea Park, London, S.W., England. > ' r-;?-- . .; . ;. : Hoghes and: Boheny's "Premier" brand Ceylon tess. ; Marvellous at ls., delicioes ? at 1B. 3d., exquisite at ls. 6d. Nothing like it anywhere else.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

A LOST SEAL OF GREAT BRITAIN. LOCATED AFTER SEVENTY YEARS A great discovery has jost been made with regard to the whereabouts of m of the great seals of the British realm, which has been misting from the British Mosern* for over 70 years. It appears that it was purchased by an American from a country corio dealer, and borne off in triumph to his native land. Already offers have been made harnt for this interesting relic, one of no less than £1,200. A certificate accompanying the seal xeads as follows : J. O. and A. B. WYO.R, Chief Engravers to Her Majesty's Seals, Medallists, Jewellers, etcv, 2*7 Kegent-street, London, W. Studio and Werks, 2 and 3 Langham Chambers, Portland -place, W. London, Jone 27, 1870. Memorandum.-Great Se.nl of the Court of the King's Bench in time cf William iv. Impression one side-Arms of Great Britain »nd supporters of the Court of King's Bench, with inscription of King's tide. Other aide-King William on his throne, surrounded by figures of neptune. Minerva...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

CKJTHE PARISIENNE HAIRDRESSING ROOMS. tx> Under the Management of Mons. N. ANDREU (Late of the DONDEL CO.), Academy, ParÍB, Bordean, and Lyon, 4- Palace Chambers (De Bann'e Hotel, St. George's Terrace), . HTOW OFJESOT. . ' SPECIALTIES: HISTORICAL and PORTRAIT HAIRDRESSINGS From 200 Yeare Back. Fringe, Scalp, Transformation and Wig Maker. Ladies wishing to have their Hair Dressed can address Mons. Andrea as above. [he GERALDTON FISH SUPPLY COMPANY, Who for some years past have been Supplying the Perth Retail Trade with Pish, beg to Notify the Public that they have OPENED LARGE PREMISES in the Metropolitan fish Market, at the bottom end, and we respectfully invite the Pnhlic, mclndme Hotelkeepers; and Boardinghouse Proprietors, to Inspect our Supplies. Telephone. » . . . . . * COUNTRY ORDERS WILL HAVE CLOSE ATTENTION. We are Ko» in ti» Ksh Bing. Painless Extractions.- The latest local ! aaass theta cs are employed at the surgery of Mr. H. C. Armstrong, Dentist, W.A. Apothecaries Co...

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MATRIMONIAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

MATRIMONIAL NOTICES.   The following marriages have been noti- fied to take place at an early date:— James Dyson, Perth, and Susannah T. Cartwright, Perth. George H. Lawrence, Perth, and Marie   Getteos, Perth.         George Lewis Nunn, of Upper Preston, to Adelaide Emily Cole, of 23 Newcastle-street, Perth. Peter Rogers, of Katanning, to Agnes Augusta Marriott, of Bunbury. The Ladies of Perth all go to "The Alex-

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

STAR AND CflRTgg HAlRDREisSIK» SALOON. , TOBACCO and* CIGAR DIVANS <.fODERicHiSi»Eiar EAST (Next Star aaâ Carter Hotel). FIBST-CLASS BARBEE EMPLOYED. Residents oí Bast Jfertfe wf»l find thiixtuor ouchlv np-to-dat^sfaop s great "-»nveaience. H. li. BAtETSli, Maa¿£»>r. AliBEKT?-.-E. FOB3>> DENTIST, ; _.. . CORNER B&X* .ft ; .i _ .' "pERTBi ' . '. ' Entrance Rrat Door in BarraÁ-Stréetl ?* ROYAL STAróAgi) HOTEL Comer I*AKE sod BRJgRàNE SX?. The SfiSï" RESID1SN3£$L HOTEL » , TheEjgh«* and Heaiüttiast Spot iaP«rth-J » Everything th» Best. PRANCISB SMITH . f$s¡teeí Beaufort Asane), ProprÑtfxjr. »EDiCIKE SERT FREE To njffl» «DtO Cared NKRVE Troubles,, W olfatees, Atrophy* tíehüity, Varjcocelejj BA matter how «Bexexe the case may beT] T^pneands Cured Anhurily. Bcaaedy sent : h^maa in plain paakages.' Wheo CÚREjb we- charge yon na* more, than T^ËNTî ÏCT£8Hu£3NG£k Wiite to-day. Adârees: HABVi^lD BEMBDY AGgBHXÎ, j Wizabp.t^"6tareet, Sydney. KMONWSaLTH CYO^..AGÏ^raSÇ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

SKINS I BUY FOR CASH AT HIGHEST PRICES KANGAROO, WALLABY, OPOSSUM, Etc. ALSO WOOL, HIDES, TALLOW, SHEEPSKINS, GUM, Eic Chartes Hormann. ?S6E%$&me. «ruñáis nm tABOM, -ftc, : SOLE ASÈMOY IN-W.Ä." ftir THOrWLÉV & Ço>s "KONDO," Coifctttoted Food 4bf < H o rses and Catt te. 'KALGOORLIE RACING CLUB. HANNAH'S ANNIVERSARY MEETING. WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, 18th and 21st JUNE, 1932. STAKES, £1,000. , PROGRAMME -FTRST DAY. FIRST HURDLES, 75 sovs.-Nomination, 10s.; acceptance, 10s. OnC mile and a half. FLYING HANDICAP, 75 sovs.-Nomina- tion, 10s.; acceptance, 10s. Five furlongs GOLDEN MILK, 120 BOVS.-domination, 10s.vacceptanos, 2CM. One mile. SUNERS* STAKES, 75 sorà-Nomination, 10s.; acceptance, 10s. Six furlongs. JUMPERS' FLAT RACK, 75 aovs Nomination, I0s.f acceptance, 103. One mfle-and a quarter. '? POLO HANDICAP.S5 snrs.-^Notmmition^ 10s.; acceptance, 10s. Six furlongs. STAKES, £1,000. PROGRAMME-SECOND DAY. SECOND HURDLES, 100 sovs.-Nomina- tion, 10s.; acceptan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

ÄXIDFÖID BROS. & SIMPSON, ^ HAY STREET. % _" ' _ _-_:_,_;_.___J__MJ¡__M.^_ . - Bladder Nobles Cmred - -r- . ySTAOATIO READ MR. O'CONNORS TESTIMONY. Veaetifl.il, Kennedy-street, ,<5Jpbe Point, 9tb April, 1900. Mr & A. PALMER, Dear Sir,-You trill be glad ta know of the case your medicine, ViTADATIO, ha«' worked ou me. About 12 months ago I was ! attacked with inflammation of the gladder. - For eight months I was Under die treatment ' of three of the, Sydney doctors, but their \ efforts failed to cure me. In November last i commenced taking VITADATIO, and in less than two months I was' thoroughly cored. I have had no trouble since then. I trust that this letter will be of use to yon, and induce others to try VITADÄTIO. Yours faithfully, (Signed) S. W. O'CONNOR. For further particulars, S A. PALMER, WELLINGTON-STREET, PERTH (Opp. Railway Station). Correspondence Invited. Write for Testimonials. PUBLIC NOTICE. Mr. W. J. FIST has been appointed Sole Wholesale an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

Special Advertisements. Comfit and Launder, FASHIONABLE TAILORS, HATTERS ASD MERCERS, . 412 Hay-Street, Perth. . Latest Selections of New Season's Goo^s Just Opened. ALL KINDS-OF HATS MADE TO ORDER. DRESS SUITS A SPECIALTY. DO N A L D J. C H I PP B R, UNDERTAKER, Hay-street, Perth, and at H arman - Btreet, Kalgoorlie. The Most Up-to-Date Funeral Forni&hing Establishments in the State. The Latest Designs in Wreaths, Domes and Crosses always on hand at both establishments. G H A It ES COULSON, Undertaker, 108 James-street. FX7NERALS Supplied apd Condncted at Moderate Charges. Telephone 422. Crystal Cafe Restaurant 887 HAY-STREET, PERTH {Opposite the Bon Marché). T. DEW, Proprietor. (Late of Albany). ' Beflwar Mea,-- Remember, your. Friend daring the* late Strike, and Patiroo|m,thetj Man whe stuck to ye*. [ ALL MEALS, ls. First-class Beda and ! weD-ventOated Rooms from la. fid. to 2a. per nicht. ? Th* Crystal Cafe has no rival in the City j for Cleanliness and Civility. Inspect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

Hotels, a». THE PARK HOTEL, Ltle. Telephone 174. J. AUGIER. Proprietor. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION. SPLENDID TABLE. MODERATE TARIFF. COMFORTABLE, HOMELY, and SCRUPULOUSLY CLEAN. Handy to 'Wharves, Sea Beach, River, Cabs, Trains, and Public Offices. Opposite Fremantle Park, Bowling Green, and Adjoining Tennis Courts. SCHRUTH'S ROYAL HOTEL, °01W^S^I^ (Nearly Opposite Central Railway Station). PERTH. The Rendezvous of Goldfields, Continental, and Country Visitors, and Up-to-date Hotel. Continental Garden at Rear ot HoteL A very Delicious, Light, and Refreshing Drink, German Lager Beer on Draught, light and I Dark, which is always procurable ac the bare. Hot Drinks will be Supplied at the Bars During the Winter Season. Wholesale and Retail Trade Supplied. Electric Light and Sells Throughout the House. Day and Night Porter in Attendance. Terms Moderate. Telephone 205._ _F. SOHRUTH, Proprietor. Aphone j .Hotel JIustTäliä«. 18a tate ' OPPOSITE EAST FREMANTLE RAILWAY STATION. EXCELLENT CUISINE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

> " (Lat*, vf Star and Gorier Kobi, t * Goderich-etreeL j t ? > «CWOA8TIJE CLUB. HOTEL, . ; > - B600ME ¿na^OS^Va^ADé. Z~ Telephone 702. Faithful Work. , , Fees Moderate. J jVOOKl G*?11 SOBTHAM GOLDMINES The well known CO-OP. STOKES for SALE. Stock about ¿700. Owner leaving for England. Large and coBunodious pre- mises, with gallon licence. Apply "CO-OP.," General Merchant, Northam. Business Notices. YOU'VE BSE« W3QBG . ia thinking that vou cannot secure a RE ALLY GOOD 'TIME-KEEPER for OUSTS leOTXISnD A Specially Selected ami proved good Watch will be nem you en <e¿eiptof this sum to any address. Please men* im this paper when writing. SEND YOUR &EPAIRS. - Watch Repairs have personal supervision, andaré guaranteed. Jewellery and other Repairs at Reasonable Rates.'Note the Address.: Geo. D. UPJOHN, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, 423 WEXUKCTOX-STEXUT, Opp. Main Entrance Railway Station. IHTERHAnONAL PATENTS OBTAINED and TRADE MARKS REGIS- TERED EVERY COUNTRY. R. S...

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