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THE STIRLING ESTATE. SWINDLE SHOULD BE STOPPED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

p: ' ==^====--===== f THE STIRLING ESTATE. 'r SWINDLE SHOULD^ BE STOPPED. "Bunkum'' writes: Ko doubt ] L are aware of the requisition that * ? Bent to the Mayor, of Bunbury to < [ a public meeting to briug pressure I bear on the Government to cona \ ?laa purchase of this land after i ; Government had refused to do j How, who were the requisitionis ? To judge hy the names. I put it do ! that they are people who know abc j as much of the Stirling. Estate (or least the majority ot them) as I about the dark side of the mo< Next, who is the Major, the con ver : of the meeting? Why the son of t man who has been trying to sell t land for the last three or four jei and whose interest it is to Get His Friends to back bim bp to force the Govet t meat to purchase ! They even we i so far as to spread a bogus report th ; a Coolgardie man was prepared to p down¿10,000 for the estate? Wbe is be now, ? since the Government ó clines to ¿ny Ï Now as to tíie í?peake at the meetin...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
HINDOO AND A POLICEMAN. A FAST SPRINT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

j HINDOO AND A POLICEMAN, , -?-' . j A FIST SPMT. i Quite a sensation was created at a tovn along the Great Southern railway lecently by the appearas<« ia the streets of an - infuriated Hindoo, in pursuit of a stalwart .dusky loosing individual, who, with hat in hand, and his hair standing on end, did th« fastest time over a distance that has ever been accomplished in these parts. The war whoops of the excited Hindoo considerably helped the pursued in bis flight, and when the two were career- ing along the main gravelled road of the otherwise quiet . township the householders in tbe vicinity rushed to their doors to witness what they thought to be a cavalcade. Himself becoming more and more excited as thé chase continued, the Hindoo Pilled the Air : with his hideous cries after the fleeing one. Two or three times during the - chase tbe Hindoo caught the object of. pursuit, but the clutch was only mo- mentary, resulting in doable somer ! saul ts and "up and at it again" ro...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
TO THE DEAF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

Tfl IKE DEAF. A CURB BOB DEAFNESS.-The Indian Specific, lately introduced into this country, is absolutely the best remedy ever known for deafness and noises, in the head, it goes right to the seat of the trouble, and speedily effects a complete core. A lady save, "I sn indeed happy te tell you that the Indian Remedy has entirely restored my hearing, although my case was long ago considered hopeless." Testimonials from all parts of the world. Sold ia bottles 4a. 9d. post free, with full directions. . (Protected by Govern- ment Stamp.} Address: Mr. James Harley, 23 Stoekdale-.road, Battersea Park, London, .&W:t jfqgllttB.*-' ' ; ..."\ Sinos removing to their new premises (521 Hay-street, opposite Wesley Church and next Ezywalkin's), the business of Messrs. Sundercombe and Co., house furnishers, has increased wonderfully, causing constant re- plenishment of stock. New goods are now arriving every week, so that those who require the newestatyles of furniture At tba most moderat...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

Special Advertisements. Cofldit and Launder, FASEIOMBL& TAILORS, HÄTORS AH» MERCERS, . 412 Hay-Street, Perth. . latest Selections ol New Season's %- Goods Just Opened. ALL KINDS OF HATS MADE TO OT.DER. DRESS SUITS A SPECIALTY. CRYSTALCAFERESTAURANT 867 HAY-STREEÇ, PERTH (Opposite the Boa Marchi). T. DEW, Proprietor (Lat» of Albany). Select Ladies'Dining and i Just Added; also Smoking and . Boom for Gentlemen." ALL MEALS, ls. First-class Beds and well-ventilated Booms from ls. 6d. to 2s. per night. . The Crystal Cafe bas no rival in the City for Cleanhneas and Civility. Inspection Invited. "^PS bag to NOTDJx" the PUBLIC that «yr AUTHORISED AGENT for the HIGH OATE Hn^ BOUNDiaMr. G. H. BBECE. '. Ho otiier person; isantborised to Beh m; on ] Uli« Bound. DONALD J. CHIPPER, UNDERTAKER, Hay ¿street, Perth, and «t Hannan The Most Up^Datè Funeral Establishmenta in ^JIB State. The, Latest Designs in Wreaths, Domas °mui. CTOSWM always on hand at both establishments. " - . ' 'M' ? -.---...

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CREMORNE. "THE SOLE SURVIVOR." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

CREMORNE. «THE SOLE SURVIVOR."' j !The production now running at theOe morne X^tatre "may be coascientíoasly de scribedas-ths best effort -pot forth by-the proprietor of this popular playhouse, and if all" presentations are staged : ss well as the present one we can only predict success to j the management. "The Sole Survivor'' isl a crisp ahdS bright drama, adapted to snit I -, all classes of the theatre-goîng publie, inas- much as it abounds in many thrilling inci-1 dents, and is interwoven- with any amount J «fcomedy element. If the fastidious weie | to find any fault it would be that it abounds -a little too ranch in the melodramatic, but j ft ie purely & matter of taste, and we con- gratulate the management on their welcome change from variety to drama. We have i not space to give a detened account of the I acting and setting of the play, but all -tilings considered, the excellence of the pro ductton surprised everybody. Perhaps a word i-> due, without intending to n...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THEATRICAL. THEATRE ROYAL. "BELLE OF NEW YORK." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

THEATRE ROTAI». « BELLE OP NEW YORK.'' To-morrow evening will . open the return j season of Mr. J. C. Williamson's Musicil Comedy Companyin ""CheBelie of New ; york." : Om readera are already conversant V\: vviitli the merit« of the membërs of thisbril-. **? : liant 'company, though to-morrow night's .. performance will introduce to a Berth - ? . audience Miss lidia Evans, from the Savoy Theatre. London. Tlie production is to be ander the stage direction of Mr. Fred Graham- It is only intended to run the piece for fbnr nights, as the whole season. Be confined

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLAREMONT ELECTION. MR. FRANK WILSON'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

! CL1RE10BT ELECTION. -List Friday -night Mr. E. Wilson ad- ¡ dressed a crowded meeting of the electors in the Parish Hall, Claremont. Mr. 1'. Coombe : was in the chair, and in introducing the candidate referred to Slr. Wilson's high standing in the commercial world, and said that he intended voting for him and hoped many others would also do so. Slr. Wilsoa, in opening his adargas, paid a high tribute to the splendid service the late member, Mr. Sayer, had rendered Parlia- ? meat, and he was sure that the House had -lost one of its most useful members. Mr. Wilson thea proceeded with the political questions of the day, and referred to the all important Civil Service. He reiterated* his previous remarks that the Leake Govern- ment Were to Blame for havine increased the .hours without a' eonnaponding .increase in the salaries. He was of the opinion that an educational test should be a preliminary to admission to the service. In fact the present Act provided for this, but tor some reas...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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QUARRYMAN'S GRIEVANCE. AN ELECTIONEERING DODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

?' M. Cta&e wrnw:^^ small space in your valuable -pape r to show to Jtte; publie,: tile gross injustice -to the people bf Cottesloe at Aie .bands of the. Minister for Lands. A few weeks ago we, all received notice to cease, quarrying in the ?Government quarries.;^ -This was vin effect tiirowing 60 men out of employment.' 'We «ailed .» public meeting to protest against the tyrannical business,' at which' Mr.. ifoulkes attended, and he assured «us that the Munster hadnp intention pf closing; the quarries, but if we would form a deputation and wait on the Minister he felt sure that our request would be granted. But we : have found out since that it was nothing but aft electioneering dodge ou the part of Mr. Foulkes, as the deputation waited on the Minister and he promised that the quarries-would go on as usuaL I therefore made application for the lease of a quarry and received the following reply, Absolutely Refusing It : - "Sir.-With reference to your letter of the 22nd inst.,...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

ANNIVERSAR^ EXCURSIONS. MONDAY. MONDAY. (Weather Permitting). S.S. GANNET. This favorite Excursion Steamer has jost been re-fitted throughout with a new and powerful boiler and new engines, and fitted up with every convenience for tile comfort of excursionists. The S.S. GANNET will make a TED? to ROTTNEST, ROTTNEST, Leaving Victoria Quay at 10.45, and return- ing by 5 p.m. Fores, 2s. 6d. return ; children half price. Refreshments anti luncheon can be ob- tained on beard. First-class Band in at- i tendance. Note.-Special facilities will he provided by the owners for landing passengers at Rottnest. Special permits have been granted fo j landing passengers-at Rottnest. , W. A. BATEMAN, Agent, j Henry-street, FaemanÜe. 1 JJ M A B T I HT, Piano and Organ Tuner and Importer, Has pleasure in informing his Friends, Patrons and the General faolfc that fae J» h^secS th^ECDcy &-&JL$$.4t*r< JiSS^ Ptatào^ÂaS Organ <^ Condos, tabu'shed 1885. He claimsthelatte...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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TO THE DEAF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

! TO TH£ DEAF. A CUKE TOB, DKAFXESS.-The Lidias I Specific, lately introduced into thia country, is absolutely the best remedy ever known i for deafness and noises in the head. It goes j right to the seat of the trouble, and speedily .effects a complete care. A lady says, "I am indeed happy to ¡tell you that «täte Tnd«m Remedy has entirely restored ray hearing, although my case «as' long ago Considered hopeless. " Testimonials -from all parts of ?the world. Sold im bottles 4s. 9d. post, free, with full directions. (Protected by Govern- ment Stamp.} ^Address : Mr. James Harley, S3 Stockdale road, Battersea Park, Louden, S.W.,-England; ..'.'.?. Since removing'to their new premises (521 : Hay-stceet, opposite Wesley Church' and next Ezywalkin's), the business af Messrs. Sundercombe and Co., house furnishers, ñas increased wondenfolly, causing constant re «plenishment of stock. New goods are now arriving every week, so that those who .require the newest styles of fumiture atithe most mo...

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

THE MOST SUCCESSFUL HERBAUST III AUSTRALASIA. , Metç BaaernuBsea and his Celebrated Herbal Rentbdies require no introdnotion to tbe public in this notice. His Blood Core and vit^fr Remedies, Internal and Ex- ternal EQe Cures, Ia ver and Kidney Remedy, and bk specially prepared Remedy for Anganja land Wasting ^Diseases in Females are .fanipus throughout the world, having stood a test for over 20 years. Herr Rass mussen ÍB the most snccessfnl and- only. Danish Herbalist in Australasia. His ad- dress ia 481 lïay-etreet, Perth, andi 17 High-: street, Fremantle. Sufferers should call on him or write to him for a copy of his Free Book containing all particulars and advice. Influenza-not dangerous when properly treated. Remain quietly at home and take Dean's Influenza Mixture, and a prompt and complete recovery is sure to follow. IMnnisd Dean-and Co., Chemists, 415 Hay street, Perth. Batger expects to see aB his old friend*, and nev ones also, at 52 High-street, Fre auuitte. TeL307..

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

D. F. DUNCAN & GO. (Late King, Duncan & Co.) Produce Merchants. PRIMEST CHAFE, BRAN, AND OATS STOCKER PATENT CHAFF-CLEANING MILLS. CASH BUYERS OE JfcLL FARM PRODUCE. 20$ PIER-ST., PESTS. DRUNKENNESS. ,PAY WHEN CURED. . . Winslow's fumons remedy positively Effecte a quick and penmraaitft com. ? A simple HOME TREATMENT » b» sim SECRETLY. NO : F FAILURES. . ; . u , ; F&isplslcftpo^ràfiiroiBfriuispB, ie COLLINS ST.. HEläODBiaC PIANOS by best Makers. The Becker Pianos, tiie Wagner Pianos, These i having stood the test for a creat many years all o ver the colony, they are reliable instruments, guaranteed to stand' nil «Si- - mates. Fresh shipments now landed, and can be inspected at W. Zimpel's Furnitur« ' Warehouse. Terms cash, or liberal terme. AL.BERT E. FOBD, DENTIST, ; ! CORNER HAY & BARRACKlSTREEES, PERTH. Entrance First Door in Barrack-street. Telephone No. 318. Under the Patronage <jf M.B.H. therDUKE /JF GOflKWALL and YORK. LEYIÑSOÍf and ...

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

- »»»»ft»» ? SEHIS PAPES HAS | I THE LARGEST CISOULATÍOH | ? - ^ in W,A. ^ I f SUPPLÉÂT, ! I Saturday Jane 8,1902.1

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

Tile Famous Hope Diamondy aa Ctomrjared TîrttÉL the Human - Band. .

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

WHYTE & MACKAY'S ALU 35 Sole Agents-MILNE & CO., William Street, Perth. No. 10.1 Glenoran Whisky I No. 10. The PTOEST MALT WSSSSY Scotland Produces. WaMsiX ÎB Guaranteed tibie Sole Unblended Produce of the Ord Distillery Company. miJ JJR OB' OBD, BOSS-SBXBE. GOYLE, m®* «"MK SOLE AGENT. The Edison sad Swan United Electric Light Company, limited, have the pleasure to announce that they have received the honor of Appointment by Boys! Warrant as Purvevors of Electric Lamps to HIS] MAJESTY" TUB KING. \ O. WEA RN E. EI#X3TEKtó CONTJL1CTOE, 127 JI0RRAY STREET, JPERTH, t SOLE AGENT FOB EDISON AND SWAN, CABLES, DYNAMOS, LAMPS, and FITTINGS ¿' IN STOCK. Rankine's Patent Feed Water Filter and : Grease Extractor. HjS^^R^^raT^ía^ñenT'óf^^SSiFood and Ice Companys New Premises, Two Poors from Bon Marcos. . HRS. E. E. EBBOTT'S (late of Kalgoorlie} RECHERCHE LUNCHEON" and TEA BOOMS, tW.Iirgest and Coolest in the City, ARE NOW OPEN. HOT AND COLD LUNCHEONS, DINNERS, AND GRILLS Afternoo...

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

 TBEATISE OR THE CUBE OF HERVE, BLOOD, AND SHH * DISEASES. In order that sn^tsrs:' from Blood "Diseases, Diseases of the Urinary Organs, Gleets and Discharges, Nerroo« Debility re- sulting in Lost Vitality, Weakness of üie Brain, FOOT Memory, Doss <tf£nergy and Melancholia, may "be permanently and speedily cured without the mae of the «suai Int dreaded Mercury. That fanraos and most successful Herbalist. HerrRannuiuhw.'u^ has prepared a Short Treatise explaining She origin andoatnreof these «wvlainte, «nd how. to cure them. This Treatise, to- : iptiter with his Herbal Book, he win post in i mala corer to any adaVess, free of charge. Herr Baasmussea has had over twenty years experience, and he claims itbat the Herbal Remedies have cored over One Han- ! dred Thousand Sufferers-in fact, he holds that number of Testimonials from his cared patrons. His Address is 481 Hay-street, Berth, and 117 High-street, Fremantle. THE CAMPBELLS ARE COMING, and their drink is "Bartie Nicol ...

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

T J-' ""!S"""i - - - " ^ ~ . >. vip* DAIRY COWS, CALVÊsT~LÂMBS, PIGS-EVERY THURSDAY, at 2 O'Clock P.M. HORSES, VEHICLES, HARNESS-EVERi" TUESDAY, ll O'Clock AM. PREMISES-STIRLING sod PIER STS., Lugest of their kind in the Commonwealth. Stock Consigned bj Rail should be Timed to Arrive on WEDNESDAY. I take Delivery Perth Station, and will Pay Railage if required. W. B. GORDON, Stock Salesman. ESTABLISHED rs PEETH ll YEARS. [ ? ? --1 We Take it for Granted THAT Yon nara bad some experience in fence building. Sou have not finished all the fencing you wish to do,. You know tiie value bf a fence when yon see it. You want as good a fence for your money as may be procured. You want a fence which will last for a few years and a bit over. You desire to make money by saving money. You would prefer a good fence for _ a poor fence-always. WELL, THEN, It's worth while to luve a look at . THE "CYCLOHE" FENCE. CHAS. SOMMERS, Sole Agent for W. A, 260 St. George's Terrace, Perth. J. ROBINSON (Dite...

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ORCHARD WORK. HINTS FOR FRUIT GROWERS. No. IV. Cutting [?]ack. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

HINTS FOR fRUÍT GROWERS. KÔTTV. Cutana Sack. This important anti necessary operation requires careful attention. Frequently it is neglected, in consequence of which many trees die, or make very feeble growth. The method pursued in cutting hack must be somewhat modified according to the size, tbe^Lge, and shape of the tree. If a two-year old tree, and it has been started the right height, with à more or less brandling top, select, *ay, three or four branches, which head back to a few buds each ; the remain- ing ^branches remove entirely. In cases waen the top is not well formed, or has been started too high, remove all .side branches entirely, and start tho head afresh as with a one-year-old tree. Unless the trees have been started right in the nursery, it is best to begin with one-year-old trees, because they oin be trained from the be-' ginning, so that there will be nothing to undo. Having selected such Ira» after being set, they should be cut down to the ' desired height from" wh...

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Conformation of Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

Conformation ©f^aí&e. The difference irf form is (be beef sad mUk types of cattle can be seen by a glance a% our ekeiches (from the ''National ^Pro Ti3ioncr"). -This contrast between the two types of domestic cattle is most interesting, and may be observed in any herd in which the two types arc raised. <Ih ügs. ! and 3 tíie pudines of the beef and dairy type are shown from a posterior point bf view. " The ; beef animal is shown to be nearly level on : top, and to almost fill the square completely, leaving but a little space unoccupied if the legs were cutoff. ïhe dairy animal is com paatiTely tbúiat the rump, the tail head. ? rio» 3.. y j is particqlarly angnlar at it» setting on, ¿be belly sets slightly over the rectsragle^ ' the thighsandtíñdqaarferasroconsid^ ' smaller. Tie wed iron» tb» side the body of tho beef animal {%. 2), if the legs, head, «nd neck -were cut off, would almost fill .the parallekigram, while in the dairy animal lng 4) tba . withers would h...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

AííSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. J.W.R.-Letter in another, column. *^Honorius."-Next week. "Salvation Army."-Reports and circulars received. '-. j "P.O.O.C."--?ionunijmicat-ÍQn herewith' ac- knowledged. B. C Whiteside.-Received too late for this issue. "Ágm^c."-Next week. J*X£y.J5.J"-rWe referred to your case last ^Claremont."-Held over. H. F. Moody.-Weare making farther ÍD quiriss. J. M'Itonaîd.-Will try to find a corner in diie course. "Mount Eliza."-Kindly, write only on one side of the paper, and leave room between the lines for corrections. ;** William-St. "-It is a matter for the police., "Constant Reader."-You mnst sue ni the nearest court. You will be oat of court sueing in Perth. ' ' . I'Hbward.-Beveived. ?. Coghlan JGue).-The bookmakers have a rule "no reply DO business," whichapplies in your case. We have investigated your complaint, and find that your telegram arrived at the bookmaker's office after he had left for the course. Also that he has not yet received your money. It ...

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