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

HYTE & SPECIAL1 ABSOLUTELY lJlSrKIV^SL3L.IL»EX). Sole Agents-MILNE & CO., William Street, Perth. THE ROYAL jÉÉÉft. EDISWAN LAMP The Edison and Swan United Electric Light Company, Limited, have the pleasure to announce that they have received the honor of Appointment by Royal Warrant as Pnrvevors of Electric lamps to OTK MAJESTY THE KING. * C. WEARNE, ELECTRICAL ENGINEER AND CONTRACTOR, IS^: Mjm&ÄY . STREET,. PERTH, SOLE AGENT FOR EDISON AND SWAN. CABLES, DYNAMOS, LAMPS, and FITTINGS IN STOCK: Rankine's Patent Feed Water Filter and Grease Extractor. HAY STREBT, Basement of fresh Food and Ice Company's] New Premises, Two Doors from Bon Marche. . j MES. E. E. EBBOTTS {late of Kalgoorlie) RECHERCHE LUNCHEON and TEA BOOMS, the Largest and Coolest in the City, ABB NOW OPEN. HOT AND COLD LUNCHEONS, DINNERS, AND GRILLS Afternoon Tea a Specialty. Fruit Salads and Luncheons. Late Supper up to 12 O'Clock. Open tm Sundays. _ BOWRA & O'DEA, Coachbuilders ? . . and...

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

J. ROBINSON (Late of Perth Markets), PRODUCE MERCHANT and COM- MISSION AGENT. ON SALE-Chaff, Oats, Bran, Pollard, Wheat, Barley, Maize, Hay, Etc. Cash Boyer of Farm Produce. Note Address : Corner WKLLXNGTON STREET and MjEEBO DÜÍTB -KOAD. Telephone 591. NO HUMBUG, BUT A SPEEDY AND PERMANENT CURL When tiie REMEDY used is HERR RASMUSSEN'S ? ALFALINE BLOOD CURE PILLS success is certain, and a Core Permanent and Speedy in every case of CHRONIC BLOOD and SKIN DISEA- SES, GLEETS, DISCHARGES; Etc., Etc. Special powerful course, 43s. fld.; ordinary course, 23s. 6d. Boxes, 12s. and 6s. NERVOUS DEBILITY. LOST VI TALFTY, and VARICOCELE Cured Per manently by taking the ALFALINE VPTALfTY PILLS. Special powerful courses, 43s. 6d.; ordinary course, 23s. 6d. ¡Boxes, 12s. and 6s. : PILES-Either Blind, Bleeding, External or Internal, cured quickly and for ever by ' taking the Celebrated ALFALINK PILE POWDERS. Boxes, 6s. LIVER and SIDNEY COMPLAINTS and COSTIVENESS.-Hyou suffer tay one box of the famous...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISSING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 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 :— BAKER (Henry), butcher, married a Miss Newman, and left Ipswich 50 years ago ; last heard of from Orange. BRIGGS (Herbert H.) last wrote home in 1895 from Croydon, Queensland. BROWN (Henry Omega), last heard of   Berlin, Victoria. Hatton (Charlotte E.) seeks her father, who was in Melbourne 33 years ago. HARRISON (Henry) of Nevenby, Lincoln- shire, who went to Australia about 1844. LANE (Jeremiah), who left Tralee, Ireland, about 48 years ago...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

W.A. APOTHECARIES GO., LIMITED. Pharmaceutical Chemists. Wholesale Druggists. Managing Director : f{. C. IMSTfiOlîG, I.P.S.L (Formerly of the Ballarat Hospital), Head Office : 4S6 HAY-STREET, PERTH. Telephone 258. BranchesCorner MURRAY and GILHAM STREETS, And at KALGOORLIE. MOUNT LAWLEY ESTATE. HOUSES FOR BALE OR TO LET. SMALL DEPOSITS. 12 YEARS' TERMS. JAMES GARDINER, 262 St. George's Terrace. MARKET. GARDENERS. FOR SALE. NORTH PERTH, fronting. North Beach road, quarter-mile from new team, ; 13 ACRES MAGNIFICENT SOIL, Containing Garden IxiAi of Best Quality. Three acres bf .Orchard in hül bearing, AU Fenl and Cleared. Witíi W.B. COTTAGE. . A living right away. A Splendid Property. JAMES GARDINER, 262 Bt. George's Tenace. N.S.W- FRESH FOOD AND ICE CO/S LTD. 33XTKA. -, DELICIOUS lin ¿Sole j?if^W<^ Atfßtikia. » Mouatt "Street, JVemuitle. Elections. CLAREMONT ELECTION ! «8. :-:£:-W. PEMNEFÂPEB IS - A CANDIDATE/ And Respectfully Solio;ts TOUR VOTE AND HSFLUENCK. PQLLING DAY, ...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

THEY SAY     That this alleged Leader of the Opposi- tion is merely the puppet of Chief-Wire-     puller Morgans.   That the Greasy Grabster is using the Nightman as a tool to work over the waverers.         That the latter is also taking a few French leaves out of Ratter Rason's book.     That the lanky legislator is making a bid for the mantle of Bunbury John.   That the Groperian garment fits him like a crinoline fits a clothes-prop.     That he will no sooner form the anti- Leake party than Morgans will fire him into the rank-and-file.     That this is more in a recent tobacco     shop "robbery" than meet the "mine pie" of the daily sup-Press.     That the elderly weee-merchant might   explain why the beauteous...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
APPEAL TO MAGNANIMITY. Cape Rebels Only to be Punished. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

APPEAL TO MAGNAMINITY. Cape Rebels öqly to be Pa$sfeed. Cape Rebels Only to be Punished. The Boers have appealed for magnani-   mity, saving that they are unable to desert those who have been helping them through- out the campaign. There are indications that Britain has agreed to take cognisance only of the traitorous conduct of the   leaders in the Cape rebellion.  

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PEACE AGREED UPON. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

PEACE AGREED UPON. LONDON, SATURDAY. The Morning Post states that a Wall Street operator has received a code message from Pretoria to the effect that the question of amnesty alone remains unsettled.

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

CAPE CONSTITUTION. LONDON, SATURDAY.   The Hon. T.M. Smartt advocates the   suspension of the Constitution of Cape Colony. The proposal is just as strongly opposed by Sir Gordon Sprigg. In consequence of this disagreement with the Premier. Mr. Smartt has resigned from the Cabinet, and has been succeeded by Mr. Douglas. Sir Peter Faure has accepted the office of Colonial Secretary, and the Hon. J. Frost succeeds him as Secretary for Agriculture.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TRANSVAAL WAR. PROSPECTS OF PEACE. DELEGATES' SIGNATURES. To be in the Name of Kruger. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

PROSPECTS OF PEACE. DELEGATES' SIGNATURES.   To be in the Name of Kruger. LONDON, SATURDAY. Advices received in Brussells state that   the peace delegates intend to sign the Peace agreement in the name of the members of former Governments, including ex-Presi- dent Kruger, in order that the present ir- reconcilables may have no excuse for alleg- ing that they are continuing guerilla war- fare in obedience to the orders or wishes of the delegates in Europe.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CABLEGRAMS. CRICKET. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. THE FIRST TEST MATCH. ENGLAND'S FIRST INNINGS DECLARED CLOSED MINE FOR 376. AUSTRALIA, ALL OUT FOR 33. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

ENGLAND'S FIRST INNINGS DECLARED CLOSED NINE FOR 376.   AUSTRALIA, ALL OUT FOR 38. London, Saturday. The test match was continued on Friday   at Birmingham. Owing to the rain play   was not resumed until quarter to 3. The two not out men, Lockwood and   Rhodes, resumed, and carried their score to 52 and 38 respectively and the total to 376, when MacLaren declared the innings closed.               Trumper and Duff went first to the wickets as usual to open the innings for Australia. When nine runs had been scored Duff gave an easy chance to Jessop off Rhodes, which was accepted. Then followed a procession to and from the wickets. Four were down for 17, five for 25, six for 25, seven for 31, eight for 25, nine for 25, all out for 36.     It was unfortunate for the Australians   that they had to bat on the ...

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

MR. H.C. ARMSTRONG   An advertisement from the W. A. Apothe- caries Company, of Hay-street and the corner of Murray and William streets, appearing in another column announces that the manager, Mr. H. C. Armstrong, is not the Mr. Armstrong, chemist, who has disposed of his business in Perth with a view to opening a business at Fremantle. The numerous friends of Mr. H. C. Armstrong—friends from Ballarat, ?, and and Broken Hill will be pleased to learn that he has no intention of leaving Perth but will. we hope, long reside amonst us as the manager of the city ? of the Apothecaries' Company.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATE TELEGRAMS. LOCAL RACING. CANNING PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

A successful meeting was held yesterday, with the following results: —     CANNING HURDLES. Of 35 sovs. About one mile and a half. J. Yates ns Prime Minister, by Rose- bery—Coquette, a., 9.4 (inc. 4lb. over ) (J. Yates)       Mr. Murphy's Torrent, a., 9.6 (Joe Treno- weth) .. ... 2         C. Cuthbert's Honiton, a., 10.3 (H. Schrader) .... 3         Others—Williambury (J. Cerf), Acrobat (H. Marshall), Veracity (E. Stewart), and The Stag (J. H. Trenoweth). Betting: 5 to 2 agst Honiton, 3 to 1 Williambury, 5 to 1 each Torrent and Ve- racity, 7 to 1 Acrobat, 10 to 1 each Prime Minister and The Stag. Williambury, Veracity and Honiton were the first to show out, closely followed by   Prime Minister, Torrent and Acrobat, with   The Stag last. Passing the stand the order was The Stag and Torrent le...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LATE SPORTING. ADELAIDE RACING. BRITHDAY MEETING. CLIFTON CATCHES CITY HANDICAP. THE VICTORY WINS PARKSIDE STAKES. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

LATE SPORTING. ADELAIDE RACING. BIRTHDAY MEETING. CLIFTON CATCHES CITY HANDICAP. THE VICTORY WINS PARKSIDE   STAKES.     ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. The A.R.C. Birthday meeting began in dull, threatening weather, but although a slight shower fell at midday it soon cleared away. Fairy States, who was made worse than an even-money favorite for the Maiden Plate, won easily from Pedestrienne, who, though fancied by her stable, did not see the journey out. Sydney was a warm, favo- rite for the Hurdle Race, but failed to stay the last quarter of a mile. The withdrawal of Kilt from the City Handicap on the course caused Lucky Dog to be heavily sup- ported, but Amiral, who carried on the tote £16 more, started favorite. Hicken- botham not being too sweet about Florin's chance, he retired to the position of third favorite. Scobie's   pair, Annotate and Presto, were a little fancied, and the Fortune Teller people backed their horse. Clifton, on the ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LATE SPORTING. VICTORIAN RACING. EPSOM MEETING. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

LAT SPORTING.   VICTORIAN RACING. EPSOM MEETING. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. The Epsom Racing Club held their May Meeting at Mordialloc to-day. The weather was close and muggy, the attendance large, and large fields. The punters had a good time, only two winners could be called outsiders. Results :— TRIAL HANDICAP. Of 35 sovs. Six furlongs. Hibernian, 7.10 (Cooper) ... . ... 1 Cerise, 7.8 (Fisher) ... .2   Merridong, 7.5 (Jordan) .. 3 Other starters—Corncob, Rose Queen, Sans Peur, The Pariah, Haven, Pops, Marie Lloyd, Stiletto, Zelica. Betting: 5 to 4 agst Hibernian, 4 to 1 Corncob, 8 to 1 The Pariah. Pops was first away followed by Cerise.   The pair led in company to the distance where the favorite came away and won by a length from Cerise, who best Merridong by two lengths for second place. Time, 1.8. JUMPERS' FLAT RACE,   Of 50 sovs. One mile and a half. Dutch Admiral, 8.4 (Thomas)....1 Gospart, 9.13 (Burn)....2   &am...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
PERTH AMATEUR ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

PERTH AMATEUR ATHLETIC CLUB. ___ A long-felt want in Perth has been a thoroughly amateur athletic club from which the professional element, so often associated with rowdyism and blackguardism, would be wholly excluded, and where the business man after the brain worry of the day could resort to invigorate and refresh himself bv a little healthy exercise in addition to the pleasure of meeting many of his friends. Such a club has at last been formed, the promoter being Harry Pearce, the wrestling champion of Australia. The club is entitled the Perth Amateur Athletic Club, and the premises, which have been altered and fitted up with the most modern gymnastic ap- pliances, are situated at 201 Murray-street, opposite tba Australia Hotel. Wednesday next has been fixed for the opening night. Harry Pearce will act as general instructor to the members. There are already over 60 members on the roll, representatives of the leading professional and commercial men of the city, and the club in a v...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CHANGE AT THE CREMORNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

CHANGE AT THE CREMORNE. Mr. W. A. Grenike, the well-known boniface m these parts, and late of the P. and O. Hotel at the Port, has purchased the Westralia Hotel, better known as the Cremorne. The new proprietor takes possession to-morrow, and no doubt things will be humming at this popular resort. The Kensington Park Turf Club in our advertising columns announce their pro- gramme for the Birthday meeting, to be run on Monday, June 9 (Prince of Wales' Birthday). The Birthday Cup, which is worth £20, should draw a large field. For the third meeting of the club, to be held on Wednesday next, June 4, good nominations\ have been received by the secretary. The course can be reached by bus or cab, leaving the post office every few minutes. Tba Apothecaries Company announce that they have secured the services of Mr. J.G. Cooper, Pharmaceutical Chemist and   graduate of Melbourne College of Phar- macy, as night dispenser for their principal establishment, 468 Hay-street. Prescri...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FOOTBALL THE AUSTRALIAN GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

FOOTBALL. THE AUSTRALIAN GAME.   The principal match played yesterday     under the auspices of the W.A.F.C. was that   at Fremantle, when after one of the toughest struggles seen there for years East proved their superiority in winning by 15 points. Perth v. Subiaco. The above teams met on the Association ground in the presence of a fair attendance.     Perth put a strong eighteen into the field, though they were without Wheelan and Campbell. They tried a returned contin-   genter, Stewart, formerly of the Boulder City Club, who put in good work of the useful order. Subiaco stripped without Mann, Maroney, Austin, Hennessy and Roe, the first two having during the week proceeded to the Murchison goldfields. They tried some new men, of whom Hehir   and David were the most effective. The match was umpired by McIntyre. Perth wore black bands out of respect to the memory of one of the ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
East Fremantle v. North Fremantle AN EXCITING GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

East Fremantle v. North Fremantle AN EXCITING GAME. The two Fremantle teams—East and North—met on the Oval at the Port yester- day afternoon. The weather was dull and heavy, and there was almost a complete absence of wind. The attendance consti- tuted a record for the season, there being between three and four thousand people present. Another feature of the match was the reported heavy wagering over it, the amount of money which changed bands in this connection being estimated at between   £200 and £300. The personnel of both teams was almost identical with that of last Saturday, the only exception worthy of notice being that of C. Wakely, who stood out of the previous match, but was included in this. Ward acted as central umpire. The first quarter was characterised by fast play. The quickest to show out prominently were Heindricks and Craig (North) and Sweetman and Tyson for East. Wakely was the first to score a six-pointer from a difficult angle. Sweetman equalised ma...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
West Perth v. South Fremantle. EASY VICTORY FOR THE VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

West Perth v. South Fremantle. EASY VICTORY FOR THE VISITORS. These teams met on the North Fremantle oval yesterday afternoon. The weather was fine, and there was a fair number of spectators. Fraser was the central umpire. On the bounce the West rushed the ball into the South's territory, and Russell get- ting the ball made a shot for goal but only managed a behind. Chaplain soon after- wards raised the two flags for West Perth from a free kick. South got the ball close to the West's goal and Bates equalled the score. From the bounce the ball was again rushed into South territory aud the West secured a behind. McNamara shortly after   found the right opening, making second   goal to West. A behind followed. West continued in the aggressive and added two more goals, Cross and Allen being the kickers. At quarter-time the score was:— West Perth, 45 (29 points). South Fremantle, 1 goal (6 points). After the change of ends South rallied, and two more goals were ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
NOTICE TO CLUB SECRETARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

NOTICE TO CLUB SECRETARIES. As it is the intention of the proprietors of   the SUNDAY TIMES to devote special atten- tion to football, club secretaries are invited to send results of matches to this office not later than 8 p.m. on Saturday evenings, and club gossip not later than Tuesdays at 5 p.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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