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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL.   ADELAIDE, SATURDAY.   The following are the results of to-day's   premiership matches:—   West Torrens, 9.10, beat West Adelaide,   3.9. Norwoods, 10.12, beat Sturt, 5.9

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE BIRTHDAY CUP. Footbolt's Chance. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

THE BIRTHDAY CUP.   ---   ---     Footbolt's Chance ADELAIDE, SATURDAY.   Walter Hickenbotham, the trainer of Footbolt, thinks the Goodwood Handicap     winner cannot miss the Birthday Cup, to be run in Adelaide on Saturday next, if the going keeps good. Footbolt went remark- ably well over a round at Morphetville this morning in 2min. 37½sec.        

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
ADELAIDE TRAINING NOTES. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

ADELAIDE TRAINING NOTES. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. There was little work above sprinting done at Morphettville this morning, most og the horses being engaged at the races in the afternoon. Lord Kitchener ran a mile and a quarter in 2.24, doing the last five furlongs in 1.12. Footbolt did a round, alone, in 2.37½, the last mile being done in 1.52 and the final   five furlongs in 1.10½. The Sailor, after pacing a round, ran a fast five furlongs in 1.7½. Happy Jack did good striding work.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LACROSSE. East Fremantle B. v. Perth P. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

East Fremantle B. v. Perth P.   The above match was played on the Es- planade, Perth, yesterday, and resulted in a win for East Fremantle, who scored 6 goals   to Perth's 1 goal. Goal throwers :—East Fremantle, Evans 4, Young 2; Perth,   Hutchison 1.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SPORTING. RACING FIXTURES. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

RACING FIXTURES. JUNE. 2. Canning Park, T.C. 3. Kyneton J.C. 3. Laverton R.C. 3, Israelite Bay R.C. 3, 4. Kimberley Goldfields J.C. 4, Maribyrnong R. C. 5, 6. De Grey River A.R.C. 7. 9. Adelaide R.C. 7. Melbourne H. C. 9. V.RC.   11. Mt. Morgans J.C.   11. Maribyrnong R.C.   11, 14, Boulder R.C. 11. Port Adelaide B.C. 14. Oaklands H.C.   17. Sandown Park R.G.   18. Mentone R.C.     18, 21, Kalgoorlie R. C. 21. S.A.J.C. Winter Meeting 21. V.A.T.C. 21,23. Wyndham T.C.   23. Southern Cross B.C.     25. Moonee Valley B.C.   25, 26, Mount Gambier R.C. 26. Coolgardie R.C.     26. Quorn J.C. 26. Balladonia T.C.   26. Mullewa R.C.   28. Williamstown B.C.     JULY.         2. Mentone R.C.     &...

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

  Helena Vale held a a race meeting yester- day week. There was only a moderate attendance and the racing was poor. Pro seedings commenced with the Hurdle Race, a field of six facing the barrier, only two of which were backed for money—Williambury and Torrent—but failed to get places. At the last hurdle Williambury, the favorite,   slowed down, which placed Acrobat, Plain Bill and Honiton, who were only out for an airing, in serious trouble, A great race (?)   home between these three resulted in a Vic- tory for Acrobat by a head from Plain Bill, with Honiton a length away third. The riders of the placed horses never expected that Williambury would stop so suddenly.   In the Woodbridge Handicap a field of seven went to the post to battle. Jeffrey's mare Prelusive opened and started favorite, but could only run third to The Gift, with     Henley second. The last-mentioned horse should have won, but his ride...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CRICKET. The Australian Eleven. ENGLISH FIXTURES JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

The Australian Eleven. JUNE. 2. Yorkshire, at Leeds. 5. Lancashire, at Manchester. 9. Cambridge University, at Cambridge. 12. Second Test, at Lords. 19. Derbyshire, at Derby. 23. Yorkshire, at Bradford. JULY. 3. Third Test, at Sheffield. 7- Warwickshire, at Birmingham.   10. Worcestershire, at Worcester. 14. Gloucestershire, at Bristol. 17. Somerset, at Taunton.   21. Surrey, at Kennington Oval.   24. Fourth Test, at Manchester. 28. Essex, at Leyton. 31. Susssex, at Brighton. AUGUST. 7. Hampshire, at Southampton. 11. Fifth Test, at Kennington Oval   14. Marylebone, at Lords.   18. Gloucestershire, at Cheltenham. 21. Kent, at Canterbury. 25. Middlesex, at Lords. 28. Lancashire, at Liverpool. SEPTEMBER.       4. C. I. Thornton's Eleven, at Scarborough. 8. South of England, at Hastings. The match against Oxford University re- sulted in another innings victory for the Australians. The...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FOOTBALL. SENIOR FIXTURES. FIRST BOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

SENIOR FIXTURES.     First Round. June 7.—South Fremantle v. North Fre- mantle (F.), Perth v. East Fremantle (N.F.), West Perth v. Subiaco (P.).

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

RESULTS OF MATCHES PLAYED. Crystal Palace.—Australia, 117 amd seven for 213; London County, 235. Drawn.   Nottingham.—Notts, 287 and 183; Aus- tralia, 474. Australia won by an innings and 4 runs.   The Oval—Australia, five for 296, innings declared closed ; Surrey, 96 and 122. Australia won by an innings and 78 runs.           Leyton.—Essex, 178 and two for 13 ; Aus-   tralia, eight for 249, innings declared   closed. Drawn, owing to rain. Leicester.—Lecestershire, 51 land 143 ; Aus-   tralia, 126 and 69 for three wickets.   Australia won by seven wickets and   one run. Oxford.—Oxford University, 70 and 183;   Australia six for 314 (innings declared   closed). Australia won by an innings and 52 runs. Lords.—Australia, 271 and three for 217;     Marylebone, 240 and eight for 280 ...

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

FLOTSAM.     "There never was a game yet worth a rap For a rational man to play, Into which no accident or mishap Could possibly find its way." —Adam Lindsay Gordon   When a team sets out to win at any   price, they do not stick at much.   That was East Fremantle's mission on Saturday, and the way they rolled the little Subiaco men about does not reflect too creditably on the 1902 remiers, as the Fremantle daily affects to describe them. It was not that the villagers were knocked about to any great extent, but all the same   the Fremantlemen used their weight a good   deal more than there was any need for. We do not bold a brief for the Subiaco Club, but we do say that, the suburban eighteen set the seasiders an example of clean football that their opponents were slow to follow.     A weak umpire was put in charge of the   game—one of the weakest that it ...

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

JARRAHDALE JACKANAPES. "Anli-Serang No. 3" writes: Several weeks ago I read with painful feelings a letter from a correspondent at Jar- rahdale, signing himself "Anti-Serang No. 2, and I must admit the personal strictures passed on the local postmaster were wholly undeserved and untrue. As a matter of fact your correspondent is well known, and between himself and the gentleman of his fiendish wrath there is a wide margin of differ- ence. As both gentlemen are acquain- tances of mine may I be permitted to state that Mr. Keetly is a gentleman whose official capacities in Jarrahdale admit of no reproach, and to the ordinary thinking mind such an a ces- sation as the Society's Defalcations on the Great Southern line could be   soon brought to bear forcibly on that gentleman were there any truth in the statement ; and while I admire your paper as one always open to expose oppression and wrong it is at the same time, sir, regretable that those of vul- gar and low-lived dispos...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FISHING FOR PEARLS. NOR'-WEST DUMMYING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

FISHING FOR PEARLS. NOR'WEST DUMMYING. "Pindar" writes:—Broome, where Japs. and frilled lizards reign supreme, is oftimes the scene of many lurid episodes, both social and otherwise, and knowing that your columns are ever open for the ventilation of public grievances and the exposure of roguery I trust you will publish, in the interests of justice and honesty, the following particulars of the wholesale dummying in connection with the pearl-shell fishery that exists there, the centre of the industry in the far Nor'- west. All schooners, luggers, &c, engaged must be licensed, and licenses will not be granted to any Asiatic or African alien, though many of the former (principally Japanese divers), own small pearling laggers, called locally " cockroaches." Now several bivalve grabbers in the   Shape of Pearlers (whose names I shall not mention at present, but should occasion merit it I will furnish you with a list) have come to the assistance of these Asiatics, and ...

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

ARMADALE AND DISTRICT     BY OUR TRAVELLING CORRESPONDENT. The residents of Armadale and dis- trict are subject to many inconve- niences, both in the matter of railway accommodation and the want of shelter for goods at the railway station. At present there is no siding or platform to receive or dispatch goods, and often perishable goods such as flour, bran, pollard, sugar, etc., are left in the open air for a couple of days with only a sheet thrown over them. If the weather be showery, the water soaks under- neath and so causes loss to the con- signee. The stationmaster (Mr. Prout) does his best, and is very popular with the public. A day or two ago there being no platform, a horse had to be taken out of the truck across the pas- senger platform. All live stock has to be landed in this way. The traffic from the station would justify a shed and siding being erected without delay. Another requirement is a loop line direct to Fremantle, starting from Armadale....

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

UNLICENSED VEHICLES. - ? ? " Now that the reports have gone out to the ratepayers of Perth that there are fully 315 citizens who have not paid a license for their vehicles, which means a loss of quite £189 per annum in the revenue of the city, surely there are in our midst some ratepayers who have the requisite stamina in them to demand from their representatives—the councillors—an open and honest inquiry into the whole business. This question is to the ratepayers a very serious one, and it should not be narrowed down to a petty dispute between two inspectors and a councillor. It should be dealt with upon a much broader   basis, and by a committee composed of per- sons who are in no way interested. Certainly the inquiry should not be left to a committee as at present formed—one member of which is a councillor who Is Personally Interested, another who has given his opinion before the inquiry, and a third who has been ap- pealed to to use his influence in another directio...

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NORTHERN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

NORTHERN NOTES.   __ By THE WIZARD. Whenever Geraldton is lucky enough to get hold of a really good public man, either bank manager, postmaster, schoolmaster, or even policeman, it surely happens that he is transferred elsewhere, just as his worth is becoming appreciated. Another instance of this has just cropped up. Police Inspector Holmes, who has been here about a couple of years, and who has demonstrated that his generally thankless office can be filled with strict attention to duty without needless or officious interference, is about to be trans- ferred to Big John's breezy birthplace. It's   bad enough to lose such a courteous and, indeed, efficient officer, but the choice made in appointing his successor is a still worse misfortune. For Inspector Drewery, the pettifogging Perth paragon, is to be inflicted on Geraldton for its sins. This is the man who, it is said, curls his "mo." with hot hairpins, pads his apologies for calves, and has ten chronic c...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Sunday Times SUNDAY, JUNE 1, 1902. CITIZENS OR SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

THE SUNDAY TIMES SUNDAY, JUNE 1, 1902. CITIZENS OR SOLDIERS From all appearances we are on the eve of a cessation of hostilities, and King Edward will have the proud sat-   isfaction of a Coronation fete, in   which the universal rejoicing will be as much in gratitude that the Empire is at peace with all the world as in glorification of the personal splendor of His Majesty the King. There can   be no question but that Edward Rex has most ardently desired such a consum- ation to his own diplomacy, and perhaps his amour propre suggested it, for his practical commonsense not long ago tersely defined the war as the South African pandemonium. It would be humiliating to be crowned while a handful of courageous farmers in the heart of Southern Africa were defying the wealth and armies of an empire strained to its farthest boundaries to furnish the sinews of war. The atti- tude of King Edward is therefore in- telligible, even though we obtain peace wit...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EARLY CLOSING ACT PROTEST AGAINST IT. LEAKE CONDEMNED BY LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

PROTEST AGAINST IT. LEAKE CONDEMNED BY LADIES. Certainly very few people thought when the Early Closing Bill passed the Legis- lative Assembly last session that the   measure was to be so full of dangers calcu- lated to destroy the legitimate tradesman   and woman as the Act in operation has undoubtedly done. Almost daily some respectable small shop-keeper, either man or woman, grows weary of fighting against the monopoly of the large trader, and the per- sistent prosecution of the inspectors under the Act. To these people, the only course that seems open to them is to close up or sell off their goods, lock, stock and barrel. The public are in full sympathy with a regulation of the hours of labor for All Shop Assistants, but there is a right and a wrong way of     doing that. The plea that Act was to   regulate the hours of labour will not hold water, as under the Act all those shop assistants who most require its prov...

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

"All the venal crowd."   —BYRON.       The plague at Fremantle is natures protest against filth. Elliott and Hardinge should at once resign their positions as justices of the peace.   It is rumored that " flannel-foot," of Guildford, is pulling the wires to be made a sub-inspector. The zeal with which the police push ladles     along with the phrase "move on, please,"' is the guage of their intelligent service to the public. Will Commissioner Hare kindly tell us   why Zeitch was not charged under section 19 of the Police Act? This section would hare admitted of a thorough inquiry into his conduct! Another public robber brought to justice!   In the Fremantle Police Court Alfred Hed- ington pleaded guilty to having adulte- rated his milk with water, to the extent of 4 per cent He was fined £2 and costs, and we should not shed a tear if it had been £20 and the costs bad ...

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

VERSE—AND WORSE "To cheat thee of a sigh, Or charm thee to a tear." —MOORE. Ad. from a daily: "Wanted (to-day) woman to wash Mrs. J—, Post Office Quarters." Mrs. J— has evidently got the tired feeling pretty bad. From the report of a trip by a daily paper's mining correspondent : " The next mine I visited was called the New Woman. North of this is the New Woman Extended! Outside the office of a now notorious house and land agent, recently made a J.P., is a signboard. On it is an inscription : "A good howse for sale near bear." And of such is the kingdom of Beaks. ...     The starting of the trams opens up a new field for the "footpath pioneer" and "bil-   liard-room explorer" in Kalgoorlie. "Yes,     mum, I'm one of the earliest pioneers on the   fields. I was here before the trams commenced to run! ...       They were discussing the recent killing, by electricity, of...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A DOUBLE BALLAD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

A DOUBLE BALLAD. BY DRYBLOWER. ["The public have given freely to the   appeal for money towards the Boveric Life- boat Belief Fund.—West Australian."] Twas ever thus and so 'twill be While Hackett's rag continues, Or rather, while through charity, It draws the golden sinews. Till then we'll bear that turgid tone Suggestive so of Bumble, Till then each work-day Granny's Groan Laboriously shall rumble,   It cannot speak of charity Without extolling Croesus, Who gives, that he shall lauded be, A flea-bite from his pieces. While loudly it has always whooped To boost the ceremonial, When some big potentate has stooped To take a testimonial. And now it tells those heroes four Though flatterers p'r'aps deceived them How much they owe to those ashore Who generously relieved them. Then p'r'aps its staff it warns each day, From Editor to devil, That they who work and they who pay Are scarcely on a level.   And scribes and printers, comps and all— Yes! ev...

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