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CYCLING. METROPOLITAN ROAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

CYCLING. METROPOLITAN ROAD RACE. Yesterday afternoon the Metropolitan Bicycle Club held a road race. The distance was 25 miles. The start took place from   the Spring Park Hotel, the competitors racing along the Gin Gin road, and finishing at the Post-Office, Midland Junction. Results: Beaver, 49.30 ... 1   Solomon, 41.30.... 2   Wilmot, 41.30 3-5....3

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

IN THE LORDS. LONDON, SATURDAY. In the House of Lords the grant to Lord Kitchener and the vote of thanks to the forces were concurred in unanimously.   Lord Salisbury delivered an impressive speech, during which he said Britain was   content to attract her defenders to her stan-   dard by motives of honor and patriotism.   There never was a cause over which there was so little to repent; never before such     an abundant cause for thankfulness. Our   Colonial fellow-subjects had tendered their support when most needed. The more the difficulties had increased, the warmer and clearer grew the loyalty of the Colonials,   enabling us to impress all our opponents with our ability to unflinchingly carry     through a conflict whereof there were few examples in history—that what ever our opponents' animosity—there was strength enough in the steadfastness of Engl...

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

HORSES FOR THE GOLDFIELDS. A special train left left the racecourse siding yesterday for Kalgoorlie. The following   trainers took their respective charges:—P.   Bolger, Cameron, Perplex, Merryman and Lily's Secret; Joe Hayward, Honiton; J.     Deasy, Ottoman; J. McIntyre, Tripoli; Frank O'Brien, Zone; G. Bolger, Euglo and Blackwood; F. McNamara, Plain Bill and Fonto; J. Hayes, Gipsy Bill, Silverstream, Great Heart, Sunbrown, Horonda and Acrobat; R. Kirkpatrick, Rigby; J. Walsh, Treasure, Kingston II., Gondolier and Moys- ton. J. Jeffry will leave on Monday with two horses. Seria and Ormuz will not go this month.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATE SPORTING. ADELAIDE RACING. A.R.C. BIRTHDAY MEETING. THE VICTORY CAPTURES THE CUP. Failure of the Fancied Footbolt. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

LATE SPORTING ADELAIDE RACING. A.R.C. BIRTHDAY MEETING. THE VICTORY CAPTURES THE CUP. Failure of the Fancied Footbolt. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. The A.B.C. Birthday Meeting was con- tinued to-day. Light rain fell all night, but it was not heavy enough to seriously affect the going, and as the sun came out at 1 o'clock and stayed out until the Cup was run, the attendance was good. Backers started well by spotting Philippa, the win- ner of the Welter, but they were tangled over the Jumpers' Flat, in which Culvert and Maroon were the favorites. Nanssn, however, won comfortably, and paid a handsome dividend. After inspecting the Cup horses, good judges reckoned that Footbolt looked so well that he finished almost as good a favorite as The Victory, who had a lot of Melbourne and some London money on him. Mallen thought so highly of Magda, and she looked so fresh that she went out at 9 to 1, but Sport Royal was third favorite at 6 to 1. Kilt went out of favor, but The Sailor and Amiral were qui...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
LATE SPORTING. VICTORIAN RACING. MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB MEETING. PUNTERS PERPLEXED. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

LATE SPORTING. VICTORIAN RACING. MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB MEETING. PUNTERS PERPLEXED. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. The Melbourne Hunt Club races were   held at Mooney Valley this afternoon. The weather was cold and threatening, but the attendance was capital. Fields were small, except in the Dingley Handicap and Welter, yet only two favorites got home. Details:   HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Of 50 sovs. Two miles.     J. J. Allan's Siara, by Lochiel—Lady Helen, 6y., 10.12 (Allan) ... 1 Mrs. M. Ellis' Tri d'Or, 6y., 10.4 (Faunt) 2 R. R. Hughson's Booby, 6y., 10.9. (Hoy- sted)...3     Others—Profuse, Earl of Carrick, De-   burg, President, Tanifa.     Betting: 5 to 4 on Siara, 5 to 1 agst     Earl of Carrick and Tri d'0r, 12 to 1 others. The favorite led all the way, and won by six lengths, with two lengths between second and third. Time, 3.57¼. DINGLEY HANDICAP F...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
KALGOORLIE ANNIVERSARY MEETING. THE NOMINATIONS. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

KALGOORLIE ANNIVERSARY MEETING. THE NOMINATIONS. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. The following nominations have been re- ceived for the Kalgoorlie Racing Club's Hannan's Anniversary Meeting, to be held on June 18 and 21 :— FIRST DAY—WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18. FIRST HURDLES.—The Hero, Ireland's Eye, Brayleigh, Reminder, Plain Bill, Acro-   bat, Lily's Secret, Cameron, White Star, Egmont and Veraeity. FLYING HANDICAP.—Opera, Malton, Hope, Vivian, La Sinbad, Zone, Fun, Fonto, Royal Mostyn, Moyston, Horonda, Gipsy     Bill, Cameron, Perplex and Marconi. GOLDEN MILE.—Mauser, Ireland's Eye, Orphan Boy, Malton, Honiton, Willie, Fair Sex, Maoriland, Primrose, Fonto, Kingston II., Sunbrown, Great Heart, Silverstream, Tripoli, Bugle, Ottoman, Perplex, Merry- man, Rigby, Gossaire, So Long and M. J.   MINERS' STAKES. —Opera, Hope,   Willie, Asteroid, Primrose, Fun, Pastile, Kingston II., Royal Mostyn, Blackwood, Perplex, Gossaire, Marconi, M. J. J...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

ADELAIDE, SATURDAY.   The following are the results of to-day's   matches:—             West Torrens, 4 goals 5 behinds (29 points) beat Norwood, 2 goals, 7 behinds (19 points). Port Adelaide, 7 goals 8 behinds (50 points) beat West Adelaide, 3 goals 10 be- hinds (28 points).        

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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ADELAIDE R.C. WEIGHTS. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

ADELAIDE R. C. WEIGHTS. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY.   The following weights have been declared     for the Alderman Cup and Rose Park Handicap, to be run at Victoria Park race- course to-morrow:—   ALDERMAN CUP, one mile and three quarters.—The Victory, 9.11 ; Footbolt, 9.9; Kilt, 8.10; Lucky Dog, 8.7 ; Sport Royal, 8.5; The Sailor, 8.0; Magda, 7.7; Clifton, Flintlock, 7.5; Nitre, Newark,7.2 ; Tasman, Amiral, 7.0; Fairy States, 6.10; Lord Kitchener, Cuba, Scutum, Fairyland Princess Louise, Discussion, Rosalind,     Enfield, 6.7. ROSE PARK HANDICAP, of 150 sovs.,   five furlongs. Fortune Teller, 10.9 ; Lucky Dog, 9 12; Trochon, 9.0; Eland, 8 11; Troubridge, 8.9 ; Chatter, 8.6 ; Stuart King, 8.2; Albani, 7.8; Presto, Fairy States, 7.5; Moschi, 7.0; Pandora, 6.9; Rufine, Sarasati, 6.8 ; St. Austral, Cuboid, Thunder Princess, Pretoria, Tres Chic, 6.7. SELECTIONS.—Hurdles: Isis or Syd-   ney. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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South Perth v. North Fremantle. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

South Perth v. North Fremantle. These teams met on the Fremantle Oval yesterday. Hodge was unable to play for South, but Douglas and Martin were in-   cluded. North played a new man, Flowers, late of Victoria. Both teams wore black armlets out of respect to the late Mr. Hay- den. There was a fair attendance. McIn- tyre acted as central umpire. South had the advantage of a slight wind     at the bounce. North forced the play from   the start and secured two behinds in quick   succession. South rallied and transferred the play into North's territory. securing a behind. Shortly afterwards Duggan picked the ball out of the ruck and punted first goal for South Fremantle. South forced   the play again. Bee relieved the pressure   on the North's goal, and kicked the ball well down the wing. Pierce secured the   leather shortly afterwards, but only a be- hind resulted. At quarter-time the...

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

East Fremantle v. Perth. The most important match in football   circles yesterday afternoon was the match between East Fremantle and Perth, on the North Fremantle Oval. The attendance     was very large for such an out-of-the-way   place, there being nearly 2,000 present, and the ground, though a trifle soft in places,   was otherwise in good order. Perth, being | considerably the lighter team, were handi- capped to some extent owing to the small- ness of the playing arena. Keenan and Richardson were the only "new" men in   the blue and white ranks. Meares, a Ben- digo player of some repute, was to have   made his first appearance in W.A. senior football with this team, but was prevented   by sickness. Perth put forward the same   team with which it vanquished Subiaco last Saturday.   Punctually to time, central umpire Ward   "'unleashed " th...

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LATE SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

LATE SPORTING. ably seconded by Morphett and Ogborne, the latter being responsible for the first point scored by the red and black. East were now in danger of losing some of their advantage, and when Wells just missed a   major point by a few inches matters were looking blue for the local men. Perth, how- ever, failed to pnt their advantage to good use before the quarter time sounded— East Fremantle, 2.5 (17 points). Perth, 2 behinds (2 points). Perth opened in the second quarter in dashing style. They soon had the ball hovering round their opponents' sticks. Here Hussey marked to Wells, and the latter   notched first goal for his side. Ogborne fol- lowed suit later on, booting the leather through the coveted channel from a screw. The play at this stage was very fast and open, and seemed to suit the visitors better than their opponents. Momentarily the magpies were in the ascendant, and Tyson finished up a strong run by a kick for goal, but he did not kick ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATE SPORTING. FOOTBALL. THE AUSTRALIAN GAME. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. West Perth v. Subiaco. VICTORY FOR THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

LATE SPORTING. FOOTBALL, THE AUSTRALIAN GAME. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. West Perth v. Subiaco.   VICTORY FOR THE WEST. Teams from the West Perth and Subiaco Clubs met on the W.A.C.A. Ground yester-     day afternoon. Both teams had absentees, but went into the field with full eighteens. There was a very fair attendance, despite the counter attraction at North Fremantle. Both teams wore crepe bands out of respect for Mr. Jas. Hayden, a vice-president of the association. Loel, the West captain, won the toss and elected to kick with the wind, citywards. On the bounce Ward and Bowen were prominent, and Subiaco forced the leather well into West's territory. Randell relieved the pressure, but Wilson returned. Give and take play followed. After, some good work by Noonan, Anning and Wilson, Ward, kicked Subiaco's first goal. The Subiaco ruck forced the leather down again, but Cleland relieved. Good     work by Bailey to Loel was fo...

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SPORTING RACING FIXTURES. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

RACING FIXTURES.   JUNE   9. Adelaide R.C. 9. V.R C. 11. Mt. Morgans R.C. 11. Maribyrnong R.C. 11, 14. Boulder R.C. 14. Port Adelaide R.C. 14 Oaklands H.C. 17. Sandown Park R.C. 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 R.C. 25. Moonee Valley R.C.     25, 226. Mount Gambier R.C.   26. Coolgardie R.C.   26. Quorn J. C. 26. Balladonia T.C.     26. Mullewa R.C.   38. Williamstown R.C. JULY.     2. Mentone R.C.   5. Helena Vale B.C. 5, 7, 12. V.R.C. (Grand National Meeting). 5. Hawkesbury R.C. 9, 11. Marble Bar R.C. 12. Canning Park R.C. 12. Canterbury R.C. 16. Aspendale Park B.C. 19. Helena Vale B.C.   19. V.A.T.C. (Canlfield) 19. Warwick...

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TURF TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

TURF TATTLE. Canning Park Turf Club held a successful two days meeting yesterday week and on Monday last. On Saturday the weather   broke fine, but the going was a trifle heavy. The attendance was fair, and an enjoyable afternoon was spent. Large fields were the order of the day, 15     facing the barrier in, the Flying Handicap,     14 in the Stewards' Handicap, and 12 in the Winter Handicap.               Proceedings commenced with the Hurdle   Race. Williamsbury opened at 2's, but the support accorded to Honiton drove him to 3's, the grey finally starting favorite at 5 to 2. This pair were the only two which were backed for money; they ran badly, the rank outsider, Prime Minister, winning from Torrent with Honiton third. Acrobat, who came with a rush when all chance of winning was gone, finished fourth,, and shoul...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FOOTBALL. SENIOR FIXTURES. FIRST ROUND. FLOTSAM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

FOOTBALL.   SENIOR FIXTURES. FIRST ROUND. FLOTSAM. "No game was ever yet worth a rap For a rational man to play, Into which no accident or mishap   Could possibly find its way."     —ADAM LINDSAY GORDON.       There is no pest in a football team like     that of the extra special player.   When West Perth were beaten recently,   a friend said to one of that club's players, "I see you were beaten on Saturday." "Yes," said the extra special, "I was not playing."             In football, as in a good many other things, a man does not lose much by having a fair opinion of his abilities, but when he imagines that he is "the whole show" he is likely to fall in the fat.     West are in the unhappy possession of one of these "extra specials" in Mr....

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CRICKET. The Australian Eleven. ENGLISH FIXTURES JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

CRICKET.   The Australian Eleven. ENGLISH FIXTURES   JUNE. 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 Birmingbam.   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. Sussex, at Brighton. AUGUST. 7. Hampshire, at Southampton. 11. Fifth Test, at Kennington Oval. 14. Marylebone, at Lards. 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. Our cricketers have apparently struck a bad season in the old country. The whole of last month was more or less wet, and the current one opened in a similarly un- promising...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JANDAKOT JOBBERIES. THE ROAD AND RAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

THE ROAD AND RAIL. "Jandakot Block 129" writes :-I   read with pleasure your paragraph re the proposed railway through the Jandakot area to Armadale, and beg   to thank you as a one-time struggling Jandakot settler, but now a struggling holder of Block 129, who still lives in the hope of one day residing there when facilities of transit are provided. My case is that of many others. If the Goverment will only give the district fair play, a large producing population would soon follow. Those who have managed to live on the land deserve the utmost consideration, and surely a country like this importing almost everything in daily use should recognise that facilities of transit should be provided for settlers. At present it costs as much per ton for carriage from my block as it does from Northam by rail. What surprises me is that the Government profess to want to         Settle People on the Land, and yet the s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A LAMENT FOR LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

A LAMENT FOR LOVE. This doggrel had been sent to us for publication, and as an evidence of the   effect of elation at Drewery's depar- ture we reluctantly find space for it:—   Love, he is a Bobby bold,   Fond of whisky, hot and cold; Now, alas! he's growing old—     Since Drewery's sent away. Love, he offen played high jinks,     When he was one of Drewery's pinks; Now, who will favor him with winks Since Dewery's sent away? Who will tend to poor Love now ? Who will soothe his fevered brow? Who will shield him from a row?   Since Dewery's sent away. The crafters' sign no use will be To Love, when he gets on the spree; No one cares for three time three— Since Drewery's sent away.     If Love would keep his buttons bright, He'll have to walk the road that's right,   And never in a pub get tight Since Drewery's sent away. To borrow now will be to rue, And b...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRINGING CAMPBELL. MEASURING THE CHEST. Local Chicanery. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

CRINGING CAMPBELL.   MEASURING THE CHEST. LOCAL CHICANERY   Lance-Corporal V.J. Collins, late of   First Tasmanian Contingent, writes : —I am aware that your paper upholds British fair play and justice, so address you in reference to the treatment meted out to me on my application to join the Commonwealth Horse Contingent for South Africa. I have served in South Africa for a period of 12 months under Lieut. Col. Cameron, and to have done so must have passed chest mea- surement, &c. On applying to join the contingent at Perth I was thrown out by Sergt-Major Cheatam—a coin- cidence the name—who hurriedly   placed the tape round me, saying I did not go the chest measurement. I asked him how it was I passed in Tasmania; his reply was that he did not know,   and that I had better go there again.   Not Being Satisfied   I interviewed Dr. McWilliams, who   was our surgeon in Sout...

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SUBIACO SCRIBES. WAR OF IMAGINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 8 June 1902

SUBIACO SCRIBES.   WAR OF IMAGINATION.   This is how they sling mud at each other in Subiaco, Wunderlich writes: — It may not be generally known that Subiaco has a celebrity "The Won- derer," and, like Mrs. Tracey, he will have himself heard. When he speaks, let all be silent. The way "The Won- derer" works is, he goes round prowl- ing of an evening, and should a back gate be open or a front door, boldly does he enter, and the peace of that house is gone for an hour. The peculiarity of the "Wanderer" is he confines himself to municipal matters, and fancies himself a great authority. His latest fad is that he is an expert electrician, and will quote statistics by the bushel, no matter whether they fit in or not. As for the Gas Company and the Tram Company, they are all   fools, and are working their plants all   sixes and sevens; their experience is all wrong and of the old school, and   were they to appoint him general...

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