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HELENA VALE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 April 1898

HELENA YALE RACES A very poor attendance witnessed the first day's opening of the Helena Tale Jockey Club. The going was very heavy, notwithstanding the recent dry weather. Results : OPENING HANDICAP. Bijou (Short) .1 Chance (Lyons).2 Busty (Fairfield) . 3 Only three ran. Won easily. Dividend, £i is. Betting : 3 to 1 on Busty. "THE VALE HANDICAP. Black Boolka (Long) . 1 Thunder (Hempson) . 2 Ultimare (Cox) ... ... ... 3 Black Boolka was disqualified in the Vale Handicap, and the race awarded to Thunder. MINIATURE HANDICAP. Irene (McSweeney) ... ... 1 Aggie (Byrne).2 Aristocrat (Shrimpton)... ... 3 Only the three ran. Won easily. Dividend, .£1 11s. GLOBE HANDICAP. Holly (Death) .1 Pluto (Kirke) .2 Greenrock (Gleeson) ... 3 Betting - 6 to 4 on Pluto. Five started. Won by half-a-head. Dividend £1 12s. RAILWAY HANDICAP. Black Boolka (Death) . 1 New Woman (Kite) . 2 Faithful (Ryan).3 Eight started. Won easily. Dividend, 25s. SELLING RACE. Nancy Lee (Death) had a {walk-over.

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CAULFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 April 1898

CAULFIELD RACES. Weather fine. Attendance Moderate. TRIAI, STASES. | Metallic (Woodgate) . 1 Ohokebore (Higinbothani) ... 2 Orphan (Foulsham) . 3 Won by two lengths. Time, lmin. llsec. Betting : 6 to 4 on winner. HÚBOLE RACE. Realgar (Logan). 1 Miller (Smith) ... . 2 Wongongong (Barbour) ... 3 Betting : 6 to 4 against the winner. Won by half a length. Time, 3min. 21£sec. EASTER HANDICAP. Moonlyong (Landers) . 1 Sunbury (Walker) . 2 Mischief (Pearson) ... ... 3 Betting : 7 to 1 against the winner. Won by a neck. Time, lmin. 58|sec. STEEPLECHASE. I Canary (Underwood) ... - 1 Blue Peter (Cameron). 2 Nilus (Logan) . - 3 Won by four lengths. Time, 3min. 58sec. TWO-YJEAB-OLD RACE. Private Willis (Cooper) ... 1 Admiral Cook (Cook) . 2 Safety (Leek) .3 Won by four lengths. Time, lmin. 4sec. Betting : 7 to 1 against the winner. WELTER MILE. Orla (Cumming). 1 Flint (Spencer).= 2 Jack Horner (Henkel).3 Betting. oto 1 agst. the winner. Won by 4 lengths. Time, lmin. 32£sec,

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LATEST SPORTING. RANDWICK RACES. (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 April 1898

LATEST SPORTING. RANDWICK RAGES. ^RESPONDENT.) Saturday. s racing « connection j wich the autumn meeting H the A.J-C. j was characfaw-ised by/a ijfland attend-1 ance andflfréughtful ySajjflBr. Battalion 1 beakAtireua by a Jíefeána the post for the Autumn Stófcfca^Byerla won the Doncaster^Hana^ta^The ball was set | FBLUBDLE RACE. Gladstone (M'Laughlan) ... 1 Ellesler {Grimes).2 Hereward (Freeland) . 3 Betting : 8 to 1 4;he winner. Won foy two lengths. Time, 4min. 48 sec. THE AUTUMN HANDICAP. Mr. J. G. Clarke's ch g Battalion, aged (Lewis) . 1 Mr. S. Borden's c f Mirella, 3yrs., (Clea!) .2 Messrs. H. E. A. and V. White's b or bra h Charge, 4yrs. (Barden; 2 Betting : 6 to 4 on the winner. Great race ; won by a neck on the post. Time, 2min. 37seç. DONCASTER HANDICAP. Mr. H. Oxenham's b c Syerla, Gozo -Cerise and Blue, 7st. 21b. ... 1 Mr. R. J. Blacklock's b g Merloolas 2 Mr. E. Curtis' c g Tramp . 3 All started. As the barrier rose Amiable took the lead, followed by Vedette, Syerla and ...

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ACTA DIURNA. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 April 1898

ACTA DIURNA. Would it be correct to call Winton's figures-Figures of speech ? * # " * Early-closing meeting in Perth Town Hall on April 25. Be there! * # # The Banbury papers are publishing e tte rs favouring freetrade ' * * *r , "Karri" Davies, who was gaoled in Pretoria, is touring the Eastern colonies. * * « Peak Hill and Menzies strikes have both been settled-in favour of the Sir John Forrest is going strong on federation. So is King O'Malley. That settles it. Dr. Zillman on "Tammany and the Republic" to-night (Sunday) at the Bohemia Hall. * # * Harney, the clever young barrister, has. retired from the contest tor the Upper House. What price the Federal Parliament, Harney ? * * * One of out late contributors, who voluntarily retired under great pres I s~re, resembles his great friend Dickens in one respect-he has " Great Expectations." * # # Wittenoom, the law mangler, feted and banquetted all over Perth. The alluvial miners, who, according to the Premier, have kept the law, sen...

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BOOKS AND THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 April 1898

BOOKS AND THINGS. (Br "QUID NUNC") A book entitled ** Life and Pro- gress in Australasia," by Mr. Michael Davitt, M.P., a member of the English House of Commons, is the lesult of a recent seven months' journey through the seven Aus- tralasian colonies, the author's main desire in publishing his opinions and experiences being to make " these distant and intensely interesting lands a iittle better known to the public of Great Bri- tain and Ireland than they are at present." Western Australia should be flattered with the pre-emi- nence accorded her, for the first 40 pages deals with the Cinderella of the group. Mr. Davitt dis- claims, like all sensible people, j being au expert, and his views on H au nan's and Coolgardie are per- j haps from that fact more valuable ! than they would otherwise be. I Referring to" the opposing views j as to the value of the Westralian j goldfields, Mr. Davitt says : " My journey lay only over the chief parts of these districts, the Cool- '. gardie-Hannaa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 April 1898

*g Tailoring Co., ^ VÄf* ST., PERTH, í ^ v HIGH ST., FREMANTLE. Suits to Measure, £3 with extra pair of Best value Trousers. irf W.A. Excelsior Tailoring Co., HAY ST., PERTH, HIGH ST, FREMANTLE. Tiy our £3 Suits to Order. with extra pair of Trousers. Wonderful Value. Best of Choicest Goods. Workmanship. SUN INSURANCE OFFICE OF LONDON. ESTABLISHED A.D. 1710. Capital . £2,400,000. Invested Fonds ... £2,086104. WEST AUSTRALIAN BRANCH. DIRECTORS : W. T. LOTON, ESQ. JAMES MORRISON, ESQ. J. C. G. FOULKES, ESQ. "fi A "N"K'K P-fi * BANK OP NEW SOUTH WALES. AUDITORS : MESSRS. H. H. HOLMAN & Co. MANAGES AND UNDERWRITER : JOHN S. PEARSON. Fire Insurance Policies granted on j every description of Property at Lowest Current Sates. For full'particulars and Proposal Forms, apply to the Manager, Perth, or to any of the Company's agents. Agencies in nearly every township through- out the Colony. HEAD OFFICE-282 St. George's Terrace, Telephone Wo. 432. Perth. Jacobs' Popular Excur r sions The...

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FROM DAY TO DAY. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 April 1898

FROM DAY TO DAY. At West Perth station the other day a lady asked a porter when tte next train ap or down would i arrive. 41 In ten minutes." So sae waited, and, after ' it had passed, asked about the next. Qoarter-of-an-hour." \ So she waited again for train after train, until at last the porter said: "There won't be no train now, ma'am, for close on an hoar." " Then,5' said the lady, with de- termination in her voice, " I shall cross the line." * * * An English paper says that a chemist" has discovered a process by which -cheese can be nsed as a substitute for marble for the pur- pose of sculpture. It is claimed that it is superior to marble, since it can be made flawless, cut easily, and then hardened so as to be durr able as granite. It is also claimed that cheese can be so manipulated as to become a capital substitute for ivory and celluloid. A lot of the cheese sold in Perth would answer these purposes without any process. * * * A lot of interest is naturally being taken in th...

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SATURDAY'S LATEST. OUR POISONED PLATTERS. THAT INIQUITOUS MEAT RING! HOW OUR LIVES AND POCKETS SUFFER. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 April 1898

SÂTURDÀTS LATEST. OUR POISONED PLATTERS. THAT INIQUITOUS MEAT RING ! How O UK LIVES AND POCKETS SUFFER (BY "POKENO.") Tt is said that people are beginnin -to be careless of the blessings we hav .derived from vaccination, because th present generation has not seen th awful effects of small-pox on a com mnnity. .It is more or less difficult fo the ordinary mind to realise what i not vividly apparent. Hence, I sup pose, the general apathy of the publi as regards the fact of so much disease* meat being sold in our midst, and th certainty that a large per cen tag of cases of consumption must aris from such a scandalous state of thingc The long period of incubation has beei a great bar to the general acceptance o -fche terrible fact that this disease is ai infective malady of premier importance Then, again, the words ' phthisis ' an« 'tubercolosis ' have greatly obscure* the subject, and it is better to disean these as much as possible for the mor popularly recognised one of ' co ns ump t...

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ALLEGED JOBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 April 1898

ALLEGED JOBBERY. Sir,-I was sorry chat I could not see you when you were here last, as I wished to draw your attention to a case tbat occurred in the Warden's Court in the North Coolgardie goldfields in con- nection with the Comet Lease, viz., Maj »r and Jennings versus Percival Fowler. The Warden gave a verdict in favour of Major and Jennings (who, by the-bye, are two working men, one of them now living at Goongarrie, and the other, Jennings, at the Boulder). Mr. Fowler, shortly after, went down to Perth, had an interview with the ^Minister of Mines, and that gentleman, without consulting the awards or the Warden, or without informing Major -and Jennings, granted Mr. Fowler all he desired. Of course Mr. Fowler is a capitalist, which to goldfields people fully accounts for the Minister's action, though it does not do away with the high smell that emanates from it. It was the intention of Major to bring the matter before the Supreme. Court, and had, to my knowledge, instructed Messrs...

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THEATRICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 April 1898

THEATRICAL NOTES. (BY "THE JOHNNIE.") We hear that Stanford and Barnes, having given the Sydney Opera House a fair show, have started on tour. Is there a " Jonah " in the company ? # # * There is some talk-this time attributed to reliable authority, that long-suffering journalistic in- i dividual-^-of Holloway and Ander- ¡ son leasing the Theatre Boyal, Perth. Why shouldn't we have a good stock company ?-instead of poor " snap " shows. # # * Tommy Hudson promises to visit us in June ; but Tommy's veracity seems on the wane. # # . # " Uncle Tom's Cabin " is pro- mised ns for Easter. We cannot yet announce who will take the principal characters. So far there is no one sufficiently blood-thirsty in Perth to sustain Simon Legree, less it be a certain police-magis- trate, or the man who poked the Premier in the ribs with the his- torical umbrella. # # # Look forward to Johnny Cole- man's "Undertaker." # # # There will be a grand chance for variety artists *' resting " in " Uncle Tom's Ca...

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THE FEDERAL BILL. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 April 1898

THE FEDERAL BILL. The Federal Bill consists of -121 clauses, divided into eight chapters. It is no doubt a very remarkable effort of legislative skill. "For drafting, clearness and conciseness/' says Sir Richard Baker, a quite competent au- thority, "the bill is unequalled any- where." A copy of the bill will, in due coarse, be placed in the hands ot every elector throughout the five negotiating colonies; but meanwhile the news- papers are eagerly publishing clear and admirable, if highly condensed, sum- maries of the measure. We re-publish here some examples of these. The pieamble states that the pwple of the colonies, which subsequently adopt the Constitution, humbly relying upon the blessing of Almighty God, have .agreed to unite in one indis- soluble Federal Commonwealth under the Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and under the Constitution hereby established. The public departments to be federa- ted are postal and telegraph, defences, coastal lighting, a...

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THE MOUSE CURE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 April 1898

THE MOUSE CURE. (BY W. L. ALDEN.) "There was a temperance chap in here the other day/' said the bar-keeper, ' " and he talked for abont half an hour on the evils of drunkenness. Now, I reckon that I know about four times as much about drunkenness as that chap ever thought of know- ing-drunkenness being, as you might say, my business, and though I don't doubt that he meant well, he was just wasting his breath trying to tell me that drunkenness is à mistake, and that I ought. to. go to work to beg drunkards to reform and sign the pledge. Did you ever know of any thorough-going drunkard that was re- formed in any such way? What's the good of teasing a drunkard into sign- ing the pledge ? That don't make him any less thirsty than he was before, does it ? And what's the good of telling him that he is a blamed fool? You can't talk sense into a man who never had any room for it. As for all these gold cures and suck-like rubbish, they make me tired. Ifs all foolish- ness to pretend that you...

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Swimming. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 April 1898

^ tu miming. The receut biennial champion-! ship of Australasia, held at Christ- | church, New Zealand, brought ont ¡ the crack amateur champions of New South Wales and New Zea land, and it served to show how powerful a team of swimmers the i New South. Wales Swimming Clubs can produce, every cham- i pionship but one, that of the Plunging Championship, going to the visitors, whose powers' in the water were far superior to any' of the Maori land champions, Percy Cavill winning'the Quarter-mile Championship, with F. C. "V. Lane second, and Rich, of Lyttleton, third. * # # One-mile Championship was easily won by Percy Cavill, with Truscott and Rich, both of .-New Zealand, some distance behind. #-*--#' 100 Yards Championship was won by F. C. V. Lane, with Syd. Cavill (holder) second, and Mad- den third, all being Sydney swim- mers. . * # * - 220 Yards Championship - was won by Syd. Cavill, with F. C. V. Lane (the hplder) second. * -* *. Half-mile Championship was won easily by Percy Cav...

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MR. LEAKE'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 April 1898

MB. LEAKE'S VIEWS. Mr. Geo. Leake, M.P., has shown how his sympathies lie ia the matter by sending the following letter to Mr. M. J. Richardson, secretary of the Kal goodie A.N.A..: Dear Sir,-I have your letter of March 29, asking me for data re the recent Convention. 1 think yon will find a good precis of the provisions of the bill in the last issue of the West Australian, or in one of the recent issues. I am about to prepare a state- ment on the subject, and propose to give a public address with a view to stirring up some interest. lam de- lighted that your society is prepared to take an active part in advancing the cause, and ,1 shall be glad to ren- der any assistance I can. If you wish me to attend one of your meetings and speak on the subject I will do my best to make arrangements. The mat-' ter ought to be brought forcibly before the public, and its importance realised. I cannot find out what the metropolitan press intends to do ; perhaps you can tell me what the goldfields p...

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TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 April 1898

TURF NOTES. (BY " THE YOUNG 'UN/') j From the club's financial point of view last Saturday's Canning Park Turf Club meeting was a success. From a racing aspect it was similarly successful. The fields were not large, bnt there were one or two close finishes, and, what compensated for the absence of the crack horses, there- was not I a single dispute during the after- noon. The Melbourne Gnp winner Sheet Anchor had a winning repre- sentative in Sheet Anchor in the Hurdle Race, the warm j favourite, Topsail, running second. Tofa, a mare with Musket blood in ber, as she is by Artillery, scored in the Brassey Stakes, thanks to the competency fit ber jockey. Black Boolka was ridden badly, and when it came to a pinch at the finish McSweeney, on McLean's mare, had the Northam - owned mare on toast. Yet it was a very close thing-a bare head victory for Tofa. Rusty was made an 'odds-on favourite for the ! amateur riders' race, the Sunbeam I Stakes, and he won it in a walk. Mr. A. Clerk, of Cl...

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Roming. "Take your time from me, boys." [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 April 1898

ftoímttg. '(BY "'AH OLD 'UN. ") "Take your time from me, boys." '. The two local clabs have been j "busy for several weeks past in pre- j paring their crews for the' maiden j four-oared race in outriggers, | which the North Fremantle Sailing <3lab very kindly placed on their programme for their Sports to take place to-morrow (Easter Mon- day), and it is greatly to be de 'plored that only one eiitry from the Perth Clubs will be received, the Eremantle Club not sending a crew to represent them. # * * ' The Swan River crew has had the services of Mr. W. R. Hors- burgh as coach, and having some fair, though rough, material at his oom maud has knocked the crew into very passable shape. The body form is still very bad, but to make amends for this defect the blade work is fai< ly good. This -crew, having had a longer ex- perience of outrigger rowing than the West Australian crew, is - more advanced in its work, and -there can hardly be any doubt but that the trophies ...

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The World of Wheels. EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 April 1898

(lije Äirrlö 0Í (Ulhífb. (BY " THE WAKDEREB,") EVENTS TO COME. April ll.-Coolgardie Bicycle Club's Annual Meeting (second day). April ll-Perth Cycling Club Races (second day). April 30.-North Fremantle Cycling Club's Inaugural Meeting. May 7.-Metropolitan Bicycle Club's Road Race. May 14.-Northam Cycling Club's Annual Meeting. May 22-W.A. Cycling Club Annual Meeting (first day). May 24-W.A- Cycling Club Annual Meeting (second day). It maj not be geuerally known that the Perth Cycling Club are donating " Ken" Lewis the sum of £25 for his appearance at their race meeting, which was com- menced yesterday. # * * The sudden recali of Denning, one of the overlander^, created some surprise iu wheeling circles. Trade opposition was the cause. Denning made another start on Thursday morning, and is now somewhere uear Southern Cross. Meanwhile Wright has been speed- ing alone across the sandy wastes between Coolgardie and Eucla The comparisons which may be made as to the speed attained by each...

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PERTH CYCLING CLUB. ANNUAL CARNIVAL. W.A. CRICKET GROUND. EASTER MONDAY, APRIL ll. £167 IN PRIZES £167. Under the Patronage of the League of W.A. Wheelman. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 10 April 1898

PER I H CYCLING CLUB. ANNUAL CARNIVAL. " W.A.. CRICKET GROUND. EASTER MONDAY, APRIL ll. £167 IN PRIZES £167. Under the Patronage of the League of W.A. Wheelman. PROGRAMME (subject to alteration) : MAIDEN HANDICAP, one mile.-Prizes, ¿£5, £2, and £1. Entry. 2s. Aceept -ance, ls. LAP HANDICAP.-Prizes, £6, £3, and .£1. Entry, 2s. Acceptance, ls. PERTH WHEEL RACE, one mile.-Prizes. JÊ50, £15, and £5. Entry, 7s. 6d. Acceptance, 4s. SECOND-CLASS SCRATCH RACE, one mile. -Prizes, £8, £3, and £1. Entry, 5s. FIRST-OLASS HANDICAP, half-mile. Prizes, £8, £¿, £1. Entry, 2s. Ac- ceptance, ls. SECOND-CLASS HANDICAP, half-mile. Prizes, £7, £2 and «£1. Entry, 2s.6d. Acceptance, ls. 6d TEAMS' PURSUIT RACE, two miles. Prizes, gold medals, value £% 3s. each. Entry, 5s. per team. GRAND INTERNATIONAL SCRATCH RACE, I three miles. Prize, £10 ; lap prizes Entry, 5s. INTERNATIONAL SCRATCH RACE, five miles. Prize, £10; lap prizes. Entry, 5s. Entries will CLOSE with the Secre- tary, at the League of W.A. Wheel-...

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THE HISPANO-AMERICAN TROUBLE. WAR HOURLY EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 17 April 1898

THE HISPANO-AMERICAN TROUBLE. WAK HOURLY EXPECTED. Up to the time of going to press last night no definite news of a declaration of war between America and Spain had been received. Both countries were slated to be in a state of frantic warlike excitement, and the formal declara- tion is hourly expected. Dr. Zillmann lectures this evening in the Bohemia Hall on " Federation Pros- pects." G. *F. Simpson, ML. A. would have taken the chair but for the state of his health. Mr. Vosper, M.L.A., will if nothing interferes, take the chair. Dr. Zillman is a native of Brisbane, Queensland, and, with his reputation should haye a crowd. In a match recently played at Hobart C. J. Blady, playing- foi*; Break of Day v. Wellington, put j np a fine performance. He scored 205 and 120 not ont. This is the second time he has scored the doable century in a match. On Thursday afternoon a match will be played on the Fremantle Oval between teams to be selected from members of the legal and medical professio...

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METS. "B" v. RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 17 April 1898

METS. "B" v. EAU,WAY. Railway.-First innings : Porteos, 8; Macguines, 9; Batson, 10; Yews, 0; Whakland, 0 ; Kennedy, 9 ; Collins, 15 ; Lewis, 0 ; Wm. Davis, 10; Cox, 24, not out ; Patterson, S ; sundries, 3. Total, 93. Mets.-Courtenay, ll; Redmond, 6; Wilshire, 2 ; Mcculloch, 3 ; J. Collins, 2; Clifton, 3; Han, not out, 1; Paris, 1 ; Hatton, not oat, 0. Total for seven '. wickets, 29.

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