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THE MISSING CYCLIST. DENNING SAFE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 24 April 1898
THE MISSING CYCLIST. DENNING SAFE. The grave anxiety which has pre- vailed during the past week regarding the disappearance of Mr. J. K. Denning, who essayed the task oí riding overland to Queensland, via Melbourne, was set at rest hy the receipt of the news in the city yesterday (Saturday) to the effect that he had returned to Buldania, and was expected to reach Norseman last evening. He broke the chain of his machine when 45 miles from Fraser's Sange, and had to walk back again. Denning: left Norseman for Balla- donia on Friday evening, April 15, and expected to reach Fraser's Bange on the following day. No further news having been received of him, the police at Norseman went out in search on Thursday last.
THE ELECTORAL ROLLS. (To THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 24 April 1898
THE ELECTORAL BOLLS. , (To THE EDITOR.) Sir,-I addressed a letter to Sir John Forrest on the 2nd of this month ask- ing him would he, in accordance with a promise he made, appoint a Deputy Registrar at Coolgardie. I pointed out to him that people were put to great inconvenience when trying to get the declaration signed to get their names placed on the electoral rolls, as the Justices of the Peace did not care about being troubled, and some of them absolutely refused to sign them, and j that a large number had brought their I forms back after trying in vain to get j them signed. In reply to that I received a com- munication from G. F. Eliot, Acting Under-secretary, stating that after due inquiry having been made it was . deemed unnecessary to make auy appointment at the present time. I am instructed by my committee to draw your attention to the following facts : 1. As you are aware. Sir John pro- j mised the appointment of Deputy Registrars. 2. That the fact of the Workers' Associati...
SATURDAY'S LATEST. THE WORKMAN'S PARADISE IN THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 24 April 1898
SATURDAY'S LATEST. THE WORKMAN'S PARADISE IN THE NORTH. The following questions addressed to Mr. Vosper, M.L.A., telegraphed from Causeway Camp, Pott Hed- land, in the Nor'-West are signifi- cant as showing what sort of place Western Australia is becoming for the white worker :-Can contractors Port Hedland run store and store ac- count in contract? (Trucking.) Are Asiatics allowed to work ? (Yellow agony. ) Also,can work be sub-let to gangs of men ? (Sweating.) Oblige, answer quickly. Reply paid." To this Mr. Vosper has sent the following reply : " Regret that I must reply in the affirmative."-VOSPER. At this rate the Nor'-West is an excellent place to keep away from.
OUR GRIEVANCE COLUMN. THE WANTS AND WOES OF THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 24 April 1898
OUR GRIEVANCE COLUMN. THE WANTS AND WOES OF THE %¿ PEOPLE. ._ [Under the above title vat shall have plea- sure in publishing ail complaints con- cerning the administra lion of the Go- vernment or the affairs of public bodies which mag be sent to vs in writing. Authors of such communications must forward their names and addresses, not necessarily for publication, but to enable us to ascertain the accuracy or otherwise of the statements made. AU letters for consideration must be addressed to Mr. F. C. B. Vosper, Editor of the " Sunday Times" and must be couched in lan- guage which is not libellous or scurrilous.]
METROPOLITAN ROAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 24 April 1898
METROPOLITAN ROAD RAGE. Thé following are the handicaps for the above race, ron May 7 :-J- A. Healy, scratch; J. F. Claus, 3min.; C. F. Baxter, 6£min.; E. J. Thompson, 8min.; G. F. Benporath, 10£min.; N. F. Frederick and E. S. Brown, 11min.; J. Hayes, 12min.; A. J. Donn, 12|min.; C. Wardrop, 14min.; L. J. B. Wall, 19min.. H. Jones, 20min.; H. W. Whelan; 21imin.; A. W. Bishop, 22min.; E. G, Welch and R. Gully, 24min.; F. Cusack and J. A. White, 24|min.; W. H. Tres sider and R. T. Warren, 25min.; C. G. Graham, 25 4 min.; R. Cockburn and G. F. Williams, 27imin.; G. H. Perry, 29min.; S. Shillinglaw and A. E. Hos- king, 36min.; N. P. Salomons, 36?niin.; A. Conder, 37|min.; O. F. Crigo and M. Murphy, 38|min; A. J. Moultin, 39min.; M. Burrell, 40min.; T. Baker, 44min. Our right ears are generally higher than our left. A caterpillar contains more than 2,000 muscles. The camel and elephant live to a hun- dred years. The hardest wood known is said to de cocus wood.
SWAN ROWING CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 24 April 1898
SWAN ROWING CLUB RACES. The first round of the heats in con- nection with the Handicap Medal Sculling Races of this Club was started this afternoon, the course being from South} Perth Jetty to the club's boat hourse. Results : First Heat.-W. M'Queen, 15sec., v. T. Carr, :-13sec. Won by M'Queen by two lengths. Second Heat.-L. Dullard, 18sec., v. Cartwright, 3sec. Won easily by Dul- lard by three lengths. Third Heat.-F. Burton, 13sec. v. J. Horsburgh, scr. Won by Horsburgh by aflength. Fourth Heat.-C. Brady, 18sec., v. Bewley, 20sec. Won by Brady by two lengths.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 24 April 1898
Care of J. CHARLES, 107 BARRACK-STREET, PERTH. . MONSTER PRIZE LIST. BUNBURY CUP. 2,000 at 5. Run April 23. FOUNDATION HANDICAP. 3,000 at 5. Run at Perth, June 1. ADELAIDE CUP. 25,000 at 5. Run May ll. BIRTHDAY HANDICAP. 50,000 at 5. Run May 24. FREMANTLE AGENT-C. WILLIAMS, TOBACCONIST, HIGH-STREET. References, Bank of New South Wales. NOBEL'S «"«??»» SPORTING BALLISTITE. THE NEW GUNPOWDER. ABSOLUTELY SMOKELESS. Advantages UNAFFECTED BY MOISTURE. VELOCITY UNSURPASSED. UNIFORMITY UNEQUALLED. Charge for I2-Bore Cartridge only 20 Grains. Sole Agent for Western Australia GEORGE SHENTON, CLIFF STREET, FREMANTLE. THE ONLY PLACE TO GET GOOD AND RELIABLE TACKLE HERBERT SHAW & CO., WHOLESALE and RETAIL Stationers, Tobacconists and Fancy Goods Merchants, 388 WtArg- STREET. AGENTS FOR MESSRS. BARTLEET & SONS' TACKLE. THE BEST IN THE WORLD. Fresh. Bait Always on hand. SMOKE OUR EDELWEISS CIGARS, 5 for 1/-. CROWN LANDS! CfiOWN LÄNööü CHOWN LARDS Ul MOUNT... HARDEY ESTATE NEAR TOE...
RAILWAYS v. METS "B." RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 24 April 1898
RAILWAYS v. METS " B." RAILWAYS. I First innings ....93 Second Innings.-Cox, b Collins, 34; Patterson, c and b Wiltshire, 10; Yews, lbw, b Hill, 21 ; Lewis, lbw, b Wiltshire, 9; Porteus, b Hill, Oj But son, b Hill, 5 ; Davies, b Hill, 4. Second Innings.109 Hill took six wickets for 18 runs.1 METS "B." First innings . ... 38
HERS RASSMUSSEN, THE CELEBRATED DANISH HERBALIST,. VISITING PERTH and FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 24 April 1898
HERS RASSMUSSEN, THE CELEBRATED DANISH HERBALIST,. VISITING PERTH and FREMANTLE. - The only Herbalist in W.A. Nervous Skin and Blood? Sufferers will be glad to hear that Herr Rassinussen has arrived in Western Australia. His Alfaline Herbal Remedies are sim- ply wonderful, and must possess - extraordinary virtues out of the com- mon, considering they have cured thou- sands of hopeless nervous sufferers and constitutional blood and skin diseases, as well as rheumatism, liver and kidney complaint, influenza, consumption and. fevers. His head office is at 547 George-street, Sydney, with branches in each colony, and fonr in this colony, viz., at Kalgoorlie (No. 2 Lin dell's Chambers, Hannan-street), at Coolgardie, in Bayley-street (next to Freemason's Hotel), at Fremantle, Henry-street (next Saunders and Nathan), and in Perth he has taken new premises in Hay-streeet, next the - Theatre Royal entrance, where he will display a large number of testimonials,. gold medals, and other awards r...
MORE ABOUT THE ELECTORAL ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 24 April 1898
MOSE ABOUT THE ELECTORAL BOLL. A few days ago I applied at the War- den's Court for application forms, being desirous of having my name on the roll,, but was informed by the Warden that it would necessitate an application to Kanowna. The time was short, conse- quently myself and others were too late. This seems to bs very absurd, the more especially when it is con- sidered that in the Eastern colonies so great facilities are given to people to enroll, even to the extent of sending a policeman from house to house and in a measure compelling people to have their names on the roll. The matter was discussed by our com- mittee, hence this letter to you, to re- quest that forms of application be sent to the committee, so that anyone on application to the secretary can, with- out too much trouble, have the privi- lege of voting. Forms for the Assembly are what is wanted. I am informed, that the application forms are some- what complicated, and for the slightest informality are rejected, an...
THE COOLGARDIE WATER SUPPLY. Is THE WORKS DEPARTMENT COMPETENT TO CARRY IT OUT? [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 24 April 1898
THE COOLGARDIE WATER SUPPLY. Is THE WORKS DEPARTMENT COM PETEXX^O,CARRY IT OUT? "Weil, a canvass amongst th leading engineers of experience i Perth shows that it is the genera opinion in the profession that th Works department is not to b trusted in the matter. The genera public top, seem to be o the same opinion. Let ns lool at a few facts concerning tlii branch of the Service, which ma] help us to an opinion : 1. There is no officer in the Work Department having sufficient ex perience of jobs of this character, t&lt; be entrusted with it. Apparently th&lt; only man in the service who has hac charge of similar works is in th&lt; working railways. 2. The Coolgardie main line fron Southern Cross was laid out three feel six inches tn tlie mile out of alignment It was caused by the use of faulty theodolites in the hands of incompetenl boys, pitchforked into billets tbrougl influence. 3. The expansion joints to be used on the pipes are of a kind never before trie...
THE EFFACEMENT OF SUSANNAH. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 24 April 1898
THE EFFACEMENT OF SUSANNAH. (Bx LINCOLN SPKINGFIEIJD.) Hiss Susannah Greenbank no longer takes any public part in the social re- generation of the world. She has re- signed lier membership of all the societies and organisations which are trying to surveiller the kingdom into purity of ufe and thought. Her stern visage and tall, gaunt, militant figure ho longer awe the mild frequenter of Exeter Hall meetings, and the County Council Licensing Sessions are nowa- days allowed to pass without any inter- ruption on her part Miss Greenbank's once too familiar name now never meets the eye in the newspapers, for Miss Greenbank has ceased to practise in her profession as a lecturer, and the need for self-advertisement ther^f^re no longer exists. This extraordinary effacement of Miss Susannah Greenbank was brought about indirectly by the McGinnes family. Many theatrical managers, many newspapers, many men of the world, had all in turn endeavoured to suppress Miss Greenbank, and their efforts h...
YESTERDAY'S CRICKET. EAST PERTH v. ENGINEERS AND SURVEYS. EAST PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 24 April 1898
YESTERDAY'S CRICKET. EAST PERTH v. ENGINEERS AND SURVEYS. EAST PERTH. First innings ... ... ... 81 Second Innings.-Grogan, lbw b Henry, 9 ; Roberts, b Henry, 2 : Mor- gan, c StratilL b Harnett, 0 ; Sugars, b Harnett, 2; Everett, c Ryan, b Har- nett, 2 ; Moffatt, c Gladstone, b Har- nett, 0; Russell, run ont, 5; Cullen, run out, 9 ; J. Davis, st., b Harnett, 4 ; O'Donnell, not ont, 12; Hughes, c Gladstone, b Henry, 5 ; sundries, 9. Total, 59. ENGINEERS AND SURVEYS. First innings.104 ENGINEERS. Second Innings.-Simpson, b Bussell, 12 ; J. Harnett, run out, 15 ; G. Har- nett;,.not out, 10; Henry, hw, b Grogan, Q$ : Paifcec^aa, b Grogan,: 0; Beilly, b Grogan, 0 ; Ryan, b Grogan, 0 ; Sutton, b Grogan, 0 ; C. Wilde, lbw, b Russell, 0; Gladstone, b Russell, 0; Stratile, not; out, 3. Total (for nine wickets), 40. Grogan nearly performed the "hat trick," taking three wickets in one over forO; two wickets falling in two suc- cessive balls.
The World of Cricket. "When I says 'Hont!'—boat you goes." [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 24 April 1898
Cljc Moria of Cricket. " When I says * Hont ! '-boat you goes." The Australasian cricket writer " Felix" has discovered that in the eternal fitness of thing6 the Leichhardt team of cricketers were very aptly named, " being allright in an exploring character." Their last exploring feat was on the occasion of their match with Paddington, when the latter kept them exploring ad the afternoon, scoring 325 for tw » wickets, of which number Trumper made 162 not out and Af. A. Noble 144. * # # Four hundred and ninty-fonr for eight wickets is not bad for youngsters. Playing against Carl- ton College on the Carlton Ground the University High School put up this splendid total. Towards this Dinsmore made 133 (retired) and Fal kingham 103 (retired). The last-named hit a ball into a corner of the ground and ran seven for it. The High School should go close to annexing the School Association premiership.
BUNBURY RACES. (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) BUNBURY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 24 April 1898
BUNBURY RACES - (FROM OÜB SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) BUNBURY, Saturday. The first cUy's racing of the Bunbury Cup Meeting was a success from a managerial point of view, but not so from a racing aspect. The fields were small throughout, although eight ran in the White Bose Handicap. The Locke Bros. were only in evidence by winning the Collie Coalfield Handicap of seven furlongs, the fourth race of the day; in the other races their repre- sentatives were beaten. Paragon's win in the Trial Handicap was one of the easiest wius of the day, but Taihoa, in the opinion of many, was lucky to score in th« White Bose Han- dicap, as Summer was left at the post. Summer ran in light shoes, and, well, we shall see what we shall see to-day (Saturday). Euglo won the Ballway Handicap, pulling up, from Tatheroo and Redemption. Inthe Coalfield Handi- cap Islamite went to the front early in the race, and stayed there. Tatheroo won the Flying Stakes, which was the concluding event, handsomely from the favou...
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 24 April 1898
CYCIifÄG. The following are the handicaps for the North Fremantle Bicycle Club's Carnival, to be held on Saturday, April 30, 1898: CLUB HANDICAP. TWO miles.-C. J. Levien and 15. R. Shaw, scratch ; J. R. Colledge, 10yds.; F. Cooper, 30yds.; A. Bolton, 60yds.; C. H. Sumner, 80yds.; J. Bovell, 90yds.; W. Tomkinson, T. P. Duggan, S. A. Craig, and E. Dearie. 100yds.; M. Musgrove, 150yds. HALF-MILE HANDICAP.-M. Porta, and Ken Lewis, scratch; 6. D. Stotter, 5yds.; J. A. Healy, 15yds.; C. Morrison, I 25yds.; J. P. Claire and R. Everett, 30yds.; A. J. W. Dunn, P. Webb, J. ; Taylor, E. R. Shaw, J. Colledge, and C. ! J. Levien, 40yds.; B. W. Vine, E. J. Thompson, A. W. Thompson, E. Powell, and H. Millington, 45yds.; A. Jewell, 45yds.; F. Cooper, H. Webster, and R. Walker, 50yds.; A. Bolton and C. Glas- son, 55yds.; W. Pollock, W. Tomkinson, T. P. Duggan, S. A. Craig, T. Hewson, T.J.Lewis, J. Coultas, J. R. Hesford, R. T. Warren, E. Letcher, and R. J. Saunders, 60yds.; D. C. Jardine, S. Streeto...
SECOND DAT. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 24 April 1898
SECOND DAT. The Cup day's racing was no more interesting than the first day's. The fields were just as small, and there was no excitement. Locke's stable won the two first events, Cox riding Miss Boolka and Redemption, and the fourth race, the Publicans' Purse, with Islamite, Kirk in the saddle. Details : Turf Club Handicap.-Miss Boolka, i ; Flirtation, 2. Only two ran. Won, pulling ¡¡up, by five lengths. Time, lmm. 27sec. Auction Stakes.-Redemption, 1 ; Nerissa, 2; Sunbeam, 3. Two others started. Won, palling up, by three lengths ; bad third. Tune, lmin. 41sec. Winner bought by owner for £26. Bunbury Cup.-Euglo (Colquhoun), 1 ; Primrose (Cox), 2 ; Yatheroo (Samp- son), 3. Only one other started. Publicans' Purse.-Islamite, 1 ; Main- stay, 2; Taihoa, 3. Won easily by a length. , Farewell Handicap, five furlongs. Primrose, 1 ; Yatheroo, 2 ; Hurricane, 3. Won easily by two lengths.
PUBLIC LETTERS TO PUBLIC MEN. [No. 17.] To J. W. KIRWAN, ESQ., J.P., EDITOR OF THE "KALGOORLIE MINER" AND CANDIDATE FOR THE REPRESENTATION OF THE NORTHEAST PROVINCE IN THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 24 April 1898
PUBLIC LETTERS TO PUBLIC MEN. [No. 17.1 To J. W. Km WAX, ESQ., J. P., EDITOR OP THE " KALGOORLIE MINEu " AND CANDIDATE FOR THE REPRESENTATION OP THE NORTH EAST PROVINCE IN THE LEGISLA- TIVE COUNCIL. o:.. AH *_*~ :-i- - c J.1 air, -AH trae menas ot toe goldfields must have rejoiced to hear your name mentioned as a candidate for the vacant seat in the Upper H ouse allotted to the eastern goldfields. Although quiet and unassuming, it is undeniable that you have for a long time past exerted a considerable influence over the destinies of the goldfields, and when I say that that great in- fluence has usually been exerted for their good as well as for that of the colony at large, I pay you a considerable compliment, which, however, is no more than you de- serve. As the editor of one of om' foremost goldfields journals your conduct has left little to be desired, and, having fulfilled your task so well, and so ex- cellently acquitted yourself of its grave responsibilities, gives us cause to ...