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BURSWOOD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

MBsir060 EÍCEBV ? ? ?' i- - . 5 The usual weekly meeting of the Burs- wood Turf Club took place yesterday. There was a good attendance, and some excellent racing was witnessed. The ¡Stag, who . has only lately gone over tc the unregfetereds, won the Jumpers' Flat Race at» he liked. Pearl won a double, the ^Burswood Cup. and Selling Race, in the former event defeating « bot favorite in - Jewel Sing, who started at S to 1 on. Ros was made favorite for the Farewell Handicap, but got badly away and failed to get a place. Details: JUMPERS' FLAT RACE. ... i>f12 so VB. ©nemile. A Wills' The Stag, 8.L0 fBuott)... >'... 1 J. Ball's Revenge, 8.7 (Fuller) ... - 2 A- Edn:uacU' Reindeer, 8.9 (Hancock) ... 3 . Only the three starters. . Betting : S to 4 each agst Reindeer and The Stag. 3 tb 1 Revenge. The Stag led ali the way and won by four lengths, with three lengths between second and third. Time, 1.51. BURSWOOD CUP. Of 12 SOTS. Four furlongs. J. M^Gann's Pearl, 8.13 <Cartwrig...

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

ilîE SPORTIM. The animal general meeting of members of tile W.A. Turf Club will be held to- morrow sight ac the Stock Exchange call room, . St. George's Terrace, Perth, at 8 o'clock. The election for the vacancies on tiie committee will also take place to- morrow. The poll ls to be open from 3.30 at the cl nb's offices until 6 p. nu After that hour votes will bo received at the Stock Exchange call-room, where the poll elus=s at 9 o'cloi.-k. Jockey Conlon made a complaint against A. Cox to the stewards oí the Canning Park Torf Club, on a charge of foul riding in the Disposa! Stakes run yesterday week- After hearing the evidence the stewards dismissed the charge. On vFednesday last the world-famed Eng- lish Derby was tun at Epsom, rain greatly interfering with the attendance. Tile going was heavy. The race proved a good thing for the Irish colt Ard Patrick, who won iu a canter by three lengths, vt'vh. Rising Glas* second and Friars Tuck thud. Soeptre, the favorite, . could only - run ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUSINESS NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

BUSINESS HOTICES. . . . -- ? -; A large volume of business is being done in the Metropolitan Fish Markets. The capacious building is admirably ar- ranged for the accommodation of produce merchants, vendors of fish, fowls, etc, and in addition large sales are constantly con- ducted. 'The markets are proving most suc- cessful under the able management of. Mr. W. Sippen Thomas. . - Waterproof coats for the wet weather are being shown at Messrs. Carter and Co., the great ready-money drapers of Wellington street, at. unprecedentedly low prices. All kinda of winter requirements are also being disposed of at equally moderate charges. For the' ladies, a special line of blousing, fiannellas, should . claim the attention of patrons to tins really up-to-date establish- ment. The Misses Dagnall are conducting highly successful classes in dancing (plain.. and fahey), music and singing, at Blair Athol, 145 Hay-street Bast. Pupils are thoroughly trained in these accomplishments. You will be glad y...

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

ABSOLUTELY TJISnRr^ALLEID. Sole Agents-MILNE & GO., William Street, Perth. No. 10.1 Glenoran Whisky I No. 10. The FTJBEST MALT WHISKY Scotland Produces. WHISKY' is Gnaranteed the Sole4 Unblended Produce of the Ord Distillery Company. 3S¿LU iJb¿ OF OBD, BQSS-SHIB1L PHIUP COYLE, ^""^^^ ED1SWAN LAMP Tie Edison «nd Swan United Electric light Company, limited, j baye the pleasure to announce that they have received the nonor of ] Appointment -by Royal Warrant as Purveyors of Electric Lamps to BIS MAJESTY THE KING. 1 C. WEARNE, ELECTRICA!* ENGJp&iSER AND CONTRACTOS, 127 MURRAY STREET, BERTH, SOLE AGENT FOR EDISON AND SWAN, CABLES, DYNAMOS, LAMPS, and FITTINGS « IN STOCK. Rankine's Patent Feed Water Filter and Grease Extractor. HAY STREET, Basement of Fresh Food and Ice Company's Hew Premises, Two Doors from Bon Marche. MRS. E. E. EBBOTTS (late of Kalgoorlie) RECHERCHE LUNCHEON and TEA ROOMS, the Largest and Ceolest .in the City, ARS NOW OPEN. HOT AND COLD LUNCHEONS, DINNER...

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

J, CROTHERS, BUILDER AND C03HDRACT0R, 16 Parker Street, Berth (OPPOSITE JRUSSELL SQUARE). ESTIMATES GIVEN PROMPTLY. LENNON'S GRANOLITHIC PAVING DONE ALL OVER THE STATE. CURES COLDS, INFLUENZA, &c Obtainable from All Chemists, or from Flil IfCUlUflDTllV Dil P Agent for Australia, « W* IVCIl Willi I II I, rfl.U.j »§4 South Terrace, Fremantle. ; 1s. and 2s. Per JB^mie^ Postal Extra. HENRY SEELIGSON & ?0., «H, MONEY Weld Chambers, St. George's Terrace. - MONEY Inmediate Advances of small or large Amounts upon Deeds, Stocks, etc., and apon all Classes of Securities, Repayments to. Sait Borrowers' Convenience. Bills ¡ Discounted Daily to Any Amount at Lowest Rates. All Business Treated with Strictest Confidence. -j . ' &EÔP. TflAT WmE TA^Û PERUVIAN LUNG BALSAM. Beware the "slight cold," the "backing cough," the "trivial hoarseness," the "feeling of oppression and tightness across the lungs," the "little bronchial difficulty," the "touch ; of asthma/' and all compla...

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

I GUARANTEE TO CURE THE 3ÏERVES and THE BLOOD, Says HEBR RASSMUSSEN, THF, CELEBRATED DANISH HER- BALIST, and "KO. GREATER TRUTH HAR EVER BEEN BUTTERED, JUDG 'ÏNG FROM THE TESTIMONIALS HE HAS RBCEWE© ÎTIOM OVER ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND NERVE AND BLOOD SUFFERERS WHOM HIS AL FALINE REMEDIES HAVE RESTORED TO PERMANENT HEAL CH. TEJERE IS NO HUMBUG. When the REMEDY nsed is HERR RASSMUSSEN'S ALI* ALINE BLOOD CURE PILLS success is certain, and a Care Permanent and Speedy in every case i of CHRONIC BLOOD and SKIN DISE A-1 SES, GLEETS, DISCHARGES, Etc, Etc. Special powerful course, 43s. 6d.; ordinary course, 23s. fid. Boxes, 12s. and 6s. ; NERVOUS BEBILITY. LOST VI- : TALTEY, and VARICOCELE Cured Per- manently J>y taking the ALFALINE VITALITY PILLS. Special powerful courses, 43s. SA.% ordisary course, 23s. 6d. Boxes, 12s. and 6s. PILES-Either Blind, Bleedisg, External or Internal, eared quickly and for ever by takinr the Celebrated ALFALINE PILE POWDERS. Boxes, 6s. LIVER and KIDNEY COMPLAINTS ...

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MISSING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

MISSING FRIENDS. Below we give a list of the missing in Aus- tralia, compiled from the latest English, Irish and Scottish journals. Any person who can give information concerning those wanted is kindly requested to send particu- lars to the Editor of THE SUNDAY TIMES,     Perth. The intelligence will then be for-   warded to the paper in which the enquiry first appeared. Particulars should be sent as briefly as possible, plainly written on one side only of the paper. A "stamped ad- dressed envelope" must in all cases be sent for reply :—     BURCOMBE William and George), of Bradford-on-Avon). Former supposed to be in London. George was last heard from about   seven years ago from Australia.       DURHAM (Peter) formerly of Stokesly, York. Last heard of September 5, 1896, in Melbourne.     EDWARDS (Gomer) ; last heard of about   1...

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KALGOORLIE KETCHUP. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

Bï KJJBB&JOXG. ? The Great Unpaid have been at it agían. Last i^aturdiy, one H. \V. Taylor, a specula-] tar in public-house licenses, and fred. Chapple, an ex-pubîïoan, bad before them the ease of a niau charged with knocking down a woman and usisg ber body for a football.. Her offence was,that ske had ter- minated a temporary' living partnership .with'him and rë:use:l lo'reuew it. iso h<s broke one of lier ribs with one well-directed -kick and smashed her.face .with another. For this savagery the blinking Owls on the bench fined 'him 18s.-" and costs. ' They further informed the wretched woman that she as good as brought it on herself by living with a man to whom she was noe legally married. Wouldn't this sentence go nicely in'parallel columns with tbutt recent notable eäort of-llay. DAWU ,, Ains- worth^ ? Six months for trying to smajggle j A.packet of cigarettes to a «hum in cHnk ; ? 18e, for half-killing a defenceless woman !. Fortunately the unctions and phar...

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

I CUÄRANT££ TO CURE TEE SÎSBRv'ES and THE BLOOD, «ay«UERR1TASSMUSSEN. THE CELEBRATED DANISH HER- BALIST, and NO GREATER TRUTH HAS WEB BEEN UTTERED, JUDG- ING -FROM THE TESTIMONIALS HE HAS fiECETVED FROM OVER ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND NERVE AND BLOOD SUFFERERS WHOM HUS AL FALINE REMEDIES HAVE RESTORED TO FEBMANENT HEALTH. THESE IS NO HUMBUG. When the REMEDY used is HERR BASSMOBSEN'S ALKALINE BLOOD CURE PILLS success is certain, and a Cure Permanent and Speedy in every case of CHRONIC BLOOD and S£XN DISEA- SES, GLEETS, DÏ8GHAS6ES, Etc., Etc. Special powerful coarse, 48s. Gd. ; ordinary course, 23s. 6d. Boxes, 12e. and 6s. NERVOUS DEBILITY. LOST VI- TALITY, and VARICOCELE Cured Per-j manently by Uking the ALFALINE t VITALITY PILLS. Special powerful; ' «ourses, 43s. &L; ordinary coarse, 23s. 6d Soxes, 12s. and 6s. PILES-Either Blind, Bleedwc;, External or Internal, cured quickly and ¿or ever by takinr the Celebrated ALFALINE PILE JPOWDERS. Boxes, 6s. LIVER and KIDNEY COMPLAINTS and C...

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

DAIRY COWS, CALVEsT LAMBS, FIGS-EVERY THURSDAY, at 2 O'Clock P.M. HORSES, VEHICLES, HARNESS-EVERY TUESDAY, Il O'Clock A.M. PREMISES-STIRLING and PIER STS-, Largest of their kind in the Commonwealth. Stock Consigned by Bail should be Timed to Arrive on WEDNESDAY. I take Delivery Perth Station, and will Pay Rashtge if required. W. B. GORDON, Stock Salesman. i ESTABLISHED EST PESTH ll YEABS.[ We Take it for Granted i THAT You have had some experience in fence building. . You have not finished all the fencing you-wish to do. - You know the value of a fence when' you see it. YOB- 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. - Yon desire tn mate, money by saving money. You would prefer a good fence for " spoor fence-always. WELL, THEN, It's worth while to fcavc a look at THE ^CyCLOME** FENCE. CHAS. SOMMERS, Sole Agent for W.A.. 1 260 St. George's Terrace, Perth. J. ROBINSON (Cate of Perth Markets), PRODUCE MERCH...

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BOOKS FOR COUNTRY READERS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

Tax StrsDAV TIMES will forward any book in tiie following list to any person on receipt ' of price and postage. Address ail orders to j the Manager of THE STIXBAT TIMJS Office, j Perth. Booka not listed may' bo obtained on application : TinVher Practical Forestry, by Cartis, Ss. - 6â>; postage, 6d. Hoppns* Measurer (timber, stone, etc), 2s.';; postage, &L ' Stoofc ' Armatage's Cattle Doctor, 31a; postage, ls.8<L . Hayes'S table Mana^menty 15s.; postage, 9d. Wm. Davis The Horse, 6s.; postage; 9<L Modem Dogs (non-sporting division), by Lee, 12s. 6rL; postage, ls. The Sheep: Its External and Internal Organisation^ 3s. 8i; rxeta^, 6a. Fruit Growing Wickson* Californian Fruits, 13s. 6d.; portage, 6d. . i» Crichton's AustraUaaïruitCulturist (two vols.}, 15s.; postage^ ls. .Agriculture- .. ,MK3onnellV Elemente ot Farming, 6s. I postage, fid. . Boot's A.B.C.: of Bee Culture, 7s. 6d.; postage, 6d. '??/?? ' . Poultry and Birds v.; Í!^.Á^^^;í^«}^t. ' Profit, SB...

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

11 WILLIAMSON,^ .(Laie, of Star and Garter Mold, Oodtrieh-etreet.J NEWCASTLE CUIS HOTEL, * Sswcostle St, Pcrtn- 'S». IO Y AL S f AND ARD HOTEL Corner LAKE and -BRISBÁNK.ST5» Tho BEST RESIDENTIAL HOTEL in ¡ ; W.A. -, ' j The Highest and Healthiest Spot in Perth. \ Everything the Best. . j FRANCIS SMITH (Late of Beaufort Arms),Proprietor. , STAR ABD CASTER HAIRDRESSING SALOON, TÓBA.CGQ and CIGAR DIVAN, . . ' " " l-JODEKICH-STREET EAST (Next Star and Gaiter Hotel). FlrîST-CLASS BARBER EMPLOYED. Residents pf East Perth \rM find this thor- oughly up-to-date shop a great. Convenience. H L. RALEIGH., Mai^r. MEDICINE SENT FREE To raen nntü Cored of all NERVE Troubles, Weakness, 'Atrophy, Debility, Varieoeele, &c, no matter bow severe the case\niay be.'j Thousands Cured Annually. Remedy sent by mail in.plain packages. When CURED ive charge yon not more than TWENTY FIVE SHILLINGS. Write tooday. Address: HARVARD REMEDY AGENCY,, ! Elizabeth-street, Sydney. CONMÓNWEALTH CYCLE AGENCY, 265...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

THEY SAY               That Tom Molloy and Magistrate Roe   should sack themselves from the bench they disgrace.     That the former's brutal assault on a feeble old man is worthy of that blood- sucking savage.                   That the beak who imposed a shilling fine virtually patted the glorified garrotter on the back.     That Numbscull Coultas was also in a violent hurry to approve of the debauched despot's action. That Pinjarrah still suffers under the in- fliction of the foreign loco. foreman. That while this despotic Dutchy crawls to those in command he wipes his boots on   all beneath him. That the sneaking "squarehead" openly boasts of "vatching de drivers dat do vant   vatching...

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MIDLAND MONOPOLY THE GREEDY GRAB POLICY. SHAMEFUL TREATMENT OF EMPLOYEES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

THE GREEDY GRAB POLICY. SHAMEFUL TREATMENT OF EMPLOYEES From its earliest history, the Midland Railway Company has been an awful ex- ample of the evils of monopoly. None of its engagements or contracts have ever been kept, it has always been in a state of bank-   ruptcy, and its present methods are a fraud upon the travelling public and upon the Government. A select committee, which   sat recently, made a series of recommenda- tions as to the proper working of the line, but the Government has not insisted upon a single one of them being carried out, and it is pretty clear that the company would defy any mandates from the Government. Their traffic rates are higher than their Act of Parliament allows, their passenger accom- modation is a disgrace to civilisation, their rate of travelling is generally slow, and finally it appears that their officers are   Underpaid and Overworked. This is a characteristic of the Bull capital- istic concerns which ...

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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE 'DAILY NEWS' COTERIE AN OLD CAT WITH A NEW TAIL. A MISSING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

THE 'DAILY NEWS' COTERIE AN OLD CAT WITH A NEW TAIL. A MISSING FUND. The oldest newspaper in this State isthe   Daily News. Before the Morning Herald was evolved from the proprietary of the Daily News, the latter journal held an estab- lished position among the people of Perth. Since the advent of tile Herald, it has played second fiddle to the morning issue. During the past week it has been passed over to what is called a new proprietary,   but which is in reality the Morning Herald   proprietary with two of its former servants as stalking horses. Messrs. Thiel and   Lloyd are the advertised proprietors of the Daily News, but they in fact repre- sent a trinity of which Mr. Lovekin, the manager of the Morning Herald, ought to be, if he is not, The Missing Link. The new owners edit, print and publish their paper in the office of the Morning Herald. To lend an apearance of verisi- militude to a very unconvincing shuffle, the new Dail...

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CABLEGRAMS. CRICKET. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. THE LANCASHIRE MATCH. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

CABLEGRAMS. CRICKET.   AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. THE LANCASHIRE MATCH. The match between the Australians and Lancashire, which was commenced on Thurs- day, had to be abandoned owing to the con- tinuous downpour of rain. The game was commenced in fine weather,   though there were indications of rain, and in the afternoon play was stopped several tames by showers. Australia won the toss, and hit up the good-score of 356 runs for seven wickets to the drawing of stumps. This was as far as the match could proceed owing to the cause mentioned.   Trumper, Armstrong, Kelly, Hill and       Hopkins all freely punished the county bowling.         Following are the details of the Aus- tralians' innings. AUSTRALIANS First Innings Trumper, c MacLaren, b Sharp...70     Duff, c Barnes, b Steel ... 6   Hill, c Webb, b Barnes... 5...

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DECLARATION OF PEACE. LORD KITCHENER'S GRANT. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

DECLARATION OF PEACE. LORD KITCHENER'S GRANT. LONDON, SATURDAY. Mr. Balfour moved, and Mr. Cambell- Bannerman very warmly supported the grant oí £50,000 to Lord Kitchener. Mr. Dillon strongly objected to the grant. In the course of a heated speech Mr. Redmond accused Lord Kitchener of making war on helpless women and children. A violent scene ensued, which was only terminated by the application of the closure. The vote making the grant was carried, 380 members voting for it and 44 against. Mr Labourchere and Mr. Caemer were the only radical mem- bers voting with the minority.

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SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. LONDON, SATURDAY.     The vote of thanks to the British soldiers and sailors was carried in the House of Commons by 382 to 42. Mr. Campbell- Bannerman again expressed the admiration of the country for the services both the soldiers and sailors had rendered.

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SOUTH OF ENGLAND FIXTURE. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

SOUTH OF ENGLAND FIXTURE. LONDON, SATURDAY.   The following players have been chosen   to represent the South of England in their match against the Australian Eleven, which is to commence on Monday, June 16:—       G. L. Jessop, H. Wrathall, W. Troup, H.   T. Bush, V.F. T. Crawford, H. W. Forster,   W. Bestwick, G. C. B. Llewellyn, W. Storer, E. Arnold, G. A. Wilson, H. Thomp- son, H. B. Chinnery.

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TURF IN ENGLAND. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

TURF IN ENGLAND LONDON, SATURDAY. The Oaks was run on the Epsom race- course yesterday, and resulted as fol- lows : OAKS STAKES. Of £4,500, by subscription of £50 each. For three-year-old- fillies, 9.0 each. About   one mile and a half. R.S. Sievier's Sceptre, by Persimmon—   Ornament...1             Colonel H. McCalmont's ch f Glass Jug, by Isinglass—Amphora...2       H.J. King's b f—, by St. Simon—   Avonwater...3            

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