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THE LOCO. WORKSHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

THE LOCO. WORKSHOPS. "Perth Inquirer" writes :—When the Arbitration and Conciliation Boad was appointed some time ago, in con- nection with the Drivers, Firemen and Cleaners' Association, was it not un- derstood Mr. Rotheram (the chief mechanical engineer) was appointed to act on behalf of the locomotive depart- ment ? If so, he has evidently trans- ferred his rights tn this respect to his clerk, Robert Trigg, who receives one guinea per sitting in addition to his already handsome salary of £400 per year. Now, Sir, what I want to know is this : These sittings on a fair com- putation will be worth about £200 per year. All the time spent by Mr. Trigg is evidently     Lost Time to His Office. Is Mr. Trigg legally justified in draw- ing this money, when he must, beyond doubt, neglect his own official duties to earn it ; or is it another little bit of sop his boss is anxious to secure for him in lieu of something else that mis- carried. Facts are stubborn things...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LONGEST BEARD IN THE WORLD. BEARD 10ft. 10 1-2in. LONG. MOUSTACHE A YARD AND A HALF LONG [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

LONGEST BEARD IN THE WORLD. BEARD 10ft 10 1-2in. LONG.   MOUSTACHE A YARD AND A HALF LONG !     Jean Conlon needs a shave more badly than any other living man. If his strength lay in the length of his hair this Frenchman, would be a very Hercules. His beard measures 10 ft. 10½ in. in length, while his moustache is over a yard and a half long. Of course he has taken his time to cultivate these amazing adornments, as you may gather from the fact that he is 76 years of age. He is very proud of them, and this is perhaps one reason among many why he does not permit the vulgar to gaze on his grandeur every day of the week. The inhabitants of Montlucon, in the department of Allier, where Conlon resides, are very proud of him, and by way of acknowledging their appreci- ation, the man with the unlimited beard exhibits his luxurious growth to all and sundry who care to come and see him any Sunday. Indeed, it may be said that for hm the Sabbath is scarcel...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
WAGIN POLICE. DOING NIGGER BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

WAGIN POLICE. DOING NIGGER BUSINESS.   Boor Singh writes: —I wish to draw   your attention to the conduct of a policeman at Wagin, on the 10th May. I was summoned to appear at Wagin on a charge of hawking without a license, for which I was not guilty. In   spite of this I was fined £5, with £2   18s. costs. I appealed against the decision of the J.P., who was a store- keeper in the employ of Mr. Piesse, of   Wagin. On the night of the 10th, the   day on which I was fined, the P.C. came to my cart for the purpose of dropping in on me again. He had his hands and face blackened, and was otherwise disguised. He represented himself to me as a native and wanted me to to sell him two pocket-handker- chiefs, and to purchase for him a glass of rum. I asked him if he could not come into my room, which I had rented for the purpose of selling my goods. He said no, he could not. I therefore became suspicious and struck...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE STORY OF COGGINS. A BAD CASE OF LAUNDRY STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

THE STORY OF COGGINS,   A BAD CASE OF LAUNDRY STEALING. Coggins has prospered in a modest way ; he is a driver of a laundry wag- gon, and when he does not encounter too many of the petty swindlers who hate to pay their debts he makes a good income. These petty "beats" are the bane of Coggins' life. A man who drives a laundry waggon is responsible to the laundry for the customers on his list--in fact, must turn in cash in order to get his bundles ; so when a customer fails to pay him he is out just that much cash. Coggins had a bad case on his route, a Mrs. Jones, who--but let Coggins Tell the Story Himself.     "This 'ere Mrs. Jones 'as been an   awful nuisance. She was always be 'ind in 'er payments, an' it got so at last that I concluded she didn't intend to pay me at all. She ran it up to   7dols, an' so 'elp me, I couldn't make 'er pay it. So at last I puts up a bit of a job on 'er. I 'ated to do it, be- cause I've...

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

It is as nearly as possible three years since the era of new discovery in the Roman Forum was opened by Signor Giacomo Boni. Every year has bought   fresh results, and though, as time goes   on, the area which still offers possibili-   ties for enlightened excavation is be- coming more restricted, there is no   reason to suppose that the era is near- ing its close. Still, the character of   the work is gradually changing. Starling discoveries like those of   the Lapis Niger, the Fons Juturnæe and the Basilica Palatina (Santa Maria Antiqua) are no longer within the bounds of probability, but an immense field for patient investigation lies open in the nooks and corners of the Forum, and is the apparently meaningless spots which lie between the sites of the chief monuments. Ritual puts, deposits of sacrificial ashes, old drains, and shapeless blocks of concrete become   under Signor Boni's patien...

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

Phelira McCarthy writes: As you   always have the pluck to show up the jobbery that seems to be a plant of   rank growth in in this State, and as it would appear as if another Kur- rawang affair is brewing new Fre- mantle—it will probably be placed before Parliament during the next session by some of the Tammany poli- ticians who allow themselves to be       fooled by wire-pulling boodlers—I may be pardoned for another warning re   Jandakot. The Fremantle Jarrahdale railway is the game, and the hard- working settlers along the shortest route, namely, via Armadale, are to be   squelched for the benefit of a few land- grabbers, who thus seek to open up   their acres, which were obtained in the silver-spoon days in vogue in days   gone by. The small settle who pays his rent to the Government and toils daily through miles of sand to the port to sell is produce &nb...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
HINTS ON POULTRY RAISING. CONTRIBUTED BY CYNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

HINTS ON POULTRY RAISING. CONTRIBUTED BY CYNIC. The Government poultry farm comes as a boon to every genuine amateur poultry fancier in the State. Com- plaints come from all quarters about   private breeders and their trickery in supplying orders for eggs and birds. The following are a few notes of actual observation and experience of poultry raising and raisers in W.A.   for several years past. In selecting a site for your operations get as far from your kind as possible. You will then have ample room for your feathered pets and also avoid making yourself a nuisance to your neighbors. If your   wife is of masculine manners that will be an advantage. Should you happen to adjoin a neighbor whose fancy is a   garden, do not allow that fact to dis- turb you. If he should courteously ask you to goin in erecting a dividing fence, Decline By All Means. A poultry raiser sbould have no time for anything but his poultry—not even for his nei...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOOKS COUNTRYREADERS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

Armatage's Cattle Doctor, 21s.; paatataja,] Sable Management, JSa,; portage j Sd. - ; ' <: * ? '. -i j-" ' '?' ? Wm. Day*» The Horse, 6a.; poetage, 9if Modera Doga (nrá-sporting division)^ by Lea, 19a. 6d.; postage, ls. The Sheep; Ita External and Intern«* j Organisation, 3s. 6<L; postage, 6d. Fruit Growing Wickson'* Californian Fruits, 13a. Od.;J '?.pu&fâlL* .. ;\" ? : Crichton's Australian Froit Guitarist (twe»j TOTB.). iSa; poatoge,. 1«. AgrictAturo -? ->'.? MH^in&eil's Elements of Fanning, 6a.; postage,.lid. . . ' Boot's A.B.C. of Bee CoJÉare, 7e. Gd.; j .úoata(íe.fl¿L'" ^OOSlt^ tàBU3L^ixâa^ 'l^Am*nátt^Véaal^ix Profit, Sa.; partage, Qd. Popofar Poultry" ruíeping, la.r postage, < CcdoniaV foojtry BookC : villi article ". oal ncubatorafby Woodward), la. Bd.; poatage, Gd. I, " . ?' '..'-J; -; . -. Can-^Wa Anstralaaiji-arBook of Poultry j ??fftT^ Keeper [ m*<}a¿!S^!i»^»3i^^V Guide (fl - luau alni), la. 3d.; pn^ejw, &...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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LATE SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 1 June 1902

Our Melbourne correspondent wires:— A horse who has improved considerably of   late is Naelbundum. His track work sug- gests an early win. Altairs is showing promising form over hurdles. Australian, who was purchased by J. K. Brewer, has   been turned out for a three months' spell.   The steeplechaser Drummer—an early tip for the Nationals—is doing splendid work at Caulfield. He has already been coupled   with Lowland Chief and Realgar, though the entries are not even in yet. Mansfield's team of jumpers are busy at Flemington;         Holker looks particularly well, and old Soult is bowling along like a 'un. On Friday last R.B. Pell held a sale of     racehorses at Tattersall's Bazaar. Re-   minder was purchased by Mr. McKee for 59 guineas. The Stag was knocked down to A. Peters for 40 guineas. Pearl (31½ guineas) and Tulloch (£18) were both ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Ear-marking for Stock. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

BajsmarWng for Stock: - Vi The jBystem ; ear-marking ; sheep and j cattle Bhown in bur slwSl!cnH(from: **Hoa^ ¡ Dairyman''} ia extremely simple, end by .ito means the stock-owner wülhaveaready means ot identifying .every animal in his «^aoL r Ibis best to commence with No. 1 in both sexes. When the figure required ÍB «bore 5 two cats «re made, tons .for '8 the cuta 5 and 3 are eui plo jed, and th» sanie on the other ear for "numbere over 50. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

I BUY FOB CASH AT HIGHEST ftSCES KANGAROO, WALLABY, OPOSSUM, Efc. : ALSO WOOL, HIDES, TALLOW, SHEEPSKINS, GUM, ETC. Gharies::ifórBai^i^:^^^^.-c: SOLE AOENCr ÎM'WJÀ. for THORNLEY & Ca's "KONDOj* Concentrated food for Horses and Cattle. Ifaáwibtediy good stnC wñt*> m nharw Mnni»««»; ^«4 DAVIS & HERMAN, Barrack-streot. MEMBERS OF W.A. TÂTTEÎÎSALL'S. TTJBF COMMISSION AGENTS. COMMISSIONS EXECUTED ON ALL EVENTS THROOGHOÜT THE COMMONWEALTH. . TELEGRAMS MOST BE REPLY FAED. BEST BRANDS of CIGARS and TOBACCOES. GEORGE BOLGER, TOBACCONIST, ETC. BEST BBANBS CB5ÄBS. CIGABETTES and TOBACCO. GEORGE BOLGER, 378 EAT STBKEI. W. BROADHURST wai AL WASTS BE FODSB At the PBTNCIPAL BACE MEETINGS. LOU WILKS TOBACCONIST, HAIRDRESSER, and COMMISSION AGENT, 427 WELTJKGÏOX STREET, PEHIB, Attends All Principal Rat» Meetings. I. ABRAHAMS. < TOBACCONIST and AGENT, No. 5 ARCADE, BARRACK-STREET, In thanking Clients for past favors,^soIicitB a continuance of their patronage. &lt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

"Ó KAÎJJSIKG SALE.-Wines, Spirits, Ci JX «ara» Teas,, Oil ot I-emons,; Ceylon i Teas; Beronshire Cider, Engu*fc"Aiea¿ Gain- : : ness* Stoat, including 100 «ses Geo. Hyde: ; Whisky, 4S¿¡ Geo. Hyds »«"k-29*; * WatsoaVSolfc Whisky, 3à» gat; Pore Ceyloa Téas, ls. to ls. 6d. lb:; fcager Be^T^fci doz. ça*rto. genuine Pilsner ? : also Csotomal Aies, 7s.doz; Oil of lemons, by pomiii, .in coppers Î genuine Foreign Cigars, ISs. box Ladies' Jamete (100) ¡for Sai»* ftgit fitting, inspection invited, telephone -534. i sóror.. 1 .-. FOP Our >v . .READERS. j jifr« Absolute 6¡ft Bee Outside Page of ILLUSTRATED ßüTFIiEME&T* SEEDSMÏ5N, KûïtèERïiGB3î, FHiKtSÏ* 136 «ad Í38 BARRACK ST. (TeL 97), VICTORIA PARK ai,d BIVERSDAL* NURSERIES, HAVE IK STOCK :-Fruit Trees oi «fl varieties, worked on the most approved ? stocks; trae to name. Grape Vmes. Rosas ail varieties. SEEDS-Agricultural, Veget- able ead Flower, all leading »nd mott approved varieties. Reliable Agents wanted, and the Trade Supplie...

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THE MOST SUCCESSFUL HERBALIST IN AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

THE HOST SUCCESSFUL HERBAUST IN AUSTRALASIA. Herr Bassmussen and los Celebrated Herbal Remedies require no introduction to tíie public in rbis notice. His Blood Cure sad Vitality Remédies, Internal and ISx ternalPiteCures, liver and Kidney Bemedy, and bis specially prepared Remedy for Anaemia and Wasting Inseams in Females are famous tiiroughout the world, having stood a test fortover'30 years. Herr Bass urassen is the most successful and only Danish. Herbalist in Australasia. His ad- dress is 4SI Hay-efcreet, Perth, and 117 High street, Fremantle. Suficrere should cati on bim or write to him for a copy of his Free Book containing all particulars and advice. Influenza-not dangerous when properly treated. Remain quietly afc homeland take Bean's Influenza Mixture, and a prompt and complete recovery is sure to follow. Edmund Dean and Co., Chemists, 415 Hav lätreeti Perin. B&tger expects to .ace all his old friend?, and new ones also, at ?2 High-street, Ire mantle. TeL 307..

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A BLOOD-SUCKING LANDS OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

A BLOOD SUDKING LANDS OFFICE : Bia^poneet settlers »f the West have * |ust garios for complaint at the partiality of » iitfully parsimonious Government. The; struggling settler, Swho sacrifices all the pleasures cf fife to making the land a fertile «apport to the iiihabitante, has to payallhia does tb 0¿ Government in advance. If he falls, te isiined and the fine is high, being no less than ls. in the ponnd. Thus, by way of exemple, supposing a settler bas taken np : land necessitating.tâxe payment of £20 half ; yearly. « ÏÎ he bea day late in Ma payment he isconipelled to pay £1 extra. This is a : hardship in itself, bat there is another. * The half year rans from January Ito Jone 30, feat he most j»y Ms ludf-yearly instalment in"ïb^i thus giving the Govemment the ase of Jbis mosey for a month without interest. Tb^ is msWiking contrast to the way busi . jiess is flonewiA cuy speenhito« The in âuenttal dummy in Perth ia permitted not only to jra into arrears, but he baa only too fre...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

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FREE LECTURES FOR THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

FREE LECTURES POR THE PEOPLE. TUB second of |he series ** SrareÁr/Tiais ' le<slures witt be" deliveredby Mr. , Thee. Walker, editor, in the Cannington Hall on Hobday. Jone 16, the subject being "The World Without Work." These lectures are intended to be of a purely educational character, free from party^rahti^ and con- troversial topics, and sim' wtree tolalh^îo eharge or collection of any kind being made. Country disbrtcts desirous of being visited for ti» prc peep of a lecture ahould com- municate with the editor. . In atedieme quality is ot prime importance. We «se nothing but the best that the -Market affords, and by buying direct from the largest chemical laboratories in Europe, 1 Pastry nf ti» chotee* at "The Alexan dea,M BarTacfc-eüreet, - After the thwtoego t» «fl» AlrTannra," ÍBMCMk.4

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BOULDER ACCEPTANCES. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

B0ÜLÜE1S iCCEPTAWCES. ? .-. ..-*-i KALGOOBIJE, Sfambvr. FIRST DAY-WEDNESDAY, JOT* ll. j HUBBLE RACE.-Lily's Secret, 12.10 ; ! Plain Bill, 11.9 : Beminder, 1L3 ; Acrobat, 10.6 ; White Star, 10.4; Egmont, 9.13 ; Honiton, 9.12; Brayleigh, 9.10. j FLYING HANDICAP--Perpler, .9.3 ; j Allander. 9.1 ; Plain Bill, 8.13 ¡"Fon, 8.11 ; i í*q»y BUL Boyal Mostyn, 8.8 ; Zone, 8.6 ; j Wgñm, 8,0 ; Cameron, 7.10 ; Horonda, ?:9 ; Opens 7.8; Simplicity, 7-«» Hope, 68; Moys on, 6.7. AUTUMN HANDICAP.-Asteroid, 10.1;, Maoriland, Ottoman,-IQiO; Sunbrown,93; Great&aa^&O ; ^ M.j:,f7.7 -langlo, í-s ;THohiton, 7/o:; rn* verstreanv. Mauser, 6.7 ELKGTRTC STAEifiS.-Fnn, 9.-0 % Royal Mostyn,. 8Ji4'diiPIÂ3?)^^JMé^P«d^ Mi J., Gameron, 7.13; Opera, 7.10; Smoke, 7.7î Pastile,«JL2; Bubbles 6.7. HORSESHOE HANDICAP.-Asteroid, 104; Kingston XL, 8.8; Merryman, 8.4 ; Tripoli, 7.13; MX, 7-9? Horonda, 7.8; Euglo, 7.7 ; Brayleigh, Smoke, 7;5 ; Honi- ton, -71; Mauser, Pastile, 6.10; - Silver stream, 6.9; Fonto, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO DEAF PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

IO DEÄF PEOPLE. "-- ??? DEAFNESS, NOISES IN THE HEAD, Ac, positively cored by HARLE iT'e" EAlt LOTION This new Remedy goes right to the actual Feat of the disease, and has effec- ted such remarkableMoores that the greatest hope is held out to all sufferers, no matter how bad or long-standing the case inay be. OSE BorrLEwnxecus any oroUnary ease, and will be siat securely packed .and post - paid, with full directions and testimonials upon receipt of 4s. 9d., Order direct from JAMES E. HARLET, 23, Stockdale Road, South Lambeth, London, EKGLAKD, . When -writing to advertiaers please men-* tien that you saw advertisement á¡\i&e-:< SWSDAX TIMBS. You will get better vslne' aid do ns a good tum at thB sain«l^é^í5¿fj Painless Extractions.- Tkes^atg^^fl i anesthetics are employed a£ ^^'gm^^y of ; Mr. H. CL Ar-mstroag; ^Dart^^M. A. Apothecaries Compaoxv "T^y-/*)^ Edmund Dean ap^|Dojfj^ieinists, 415 ¡ Hay street, have si^^^^SvjBd: per mail J steamer a large a^rJtmTOfe^pponge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

ANNIVERSARY EXCURSIONS. MONDAY. MONDAY. (Weather Petmitting). S.S. GANNET. This favorite Excursion Steamer has just been re-fitted throughout with a new and powerful boiler and new engines, and fitted up with every convenience for the .comfort of excursionists. The S.S. GANNET witt make a TRIP to ROTTNEST, ROTTNEST, Leaving Victoria Quay at 10.45, and return- ing by 5 p.m. , Fires, 2s. Od. return ; children half price. Refreshments and luncheon can be'ob- tained on beard. First-class Band in at- tendance. ? . .?-.* Note.-Special facilities witt be provided by the owners for landing passengers at Rottnest. Special permits have been granted fo lauding passengers at Rottnest. W, A. BATEMAN, . Agent. Henry-street, Faemantle. M A R T I N, H. Piano and Organ Tuner and Importer, Has pleasure in informing his Friends, Patrons and the General Public that he is now fully Removed to biaNEOT PREMISES mt^wm¿¿&-S£W3S% ' Also, tbjH* secgrad^Ü^^^^^^^^^A^of^^ and h^re^an^eal tone and touch. ...

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KENSINGTON PARK WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

KESfSMTÔN PIRK WEIGHTS. The following weights have been declared in connection with the unregistered meeting to be held by the Kensington Park Turf Club to-moirow : YORK STAKES, four furlongs.-Eos, 11.0; Crissy, 8.8 ; Radoo, 8.5; Pearl, 8.4; Revenge, 8.S ; Coronelía, 8.2 ; Forest King, 8.0; The Stag, 7.12 ; Limelight, 7.7. TOM THUMB HANDICAP, three fur- longs and a half.-Baby, 16.0 ; Outlaw, S.Ö ; Pauline, 8.2; Try Again, 8.1; Possum, Sailor, 8.0; Halium, 7.12 ; Bil!j-, Spec, 7.7.. : BIRTHDAY CUP, five furlongs.-Eos, 10.13 ; Ripple, 9.0; Carrick. Crissy, 8.7; Revenge, 8.6 ; Radoo, Ida, 8.4; Pear!, 8.3; Coronelía, 8.0 ; Chesterfield, Reindeer. 7.10 ; Twinkle, 7.7. TIME HANDICAP TROT, one mile ani a half.-Pauline, sar.; Maggie, 6sec; Dot, 10sec; Rowland Rees, Slim Jim, 15sec: Ellis, 20see.; Arrow, 25sec; Bridget, 30sec; Jack, 35sec.; Proeeüa, SOaec; J.T., 55sec. behind scratch. GALLOWAY RACE, four furlongs. Bipple, 10.2; Baby, 0.13; Crissy, 9.2; IdaUum, 9.0; Mahomed, 7.10 ; Twinkle, 7...

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