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NO-RENT AGITATION. WRITS SERVED ON DAVITT AND NATIONALISTS. An Important Trial. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902
At the instance of Baron De Freyne, with &nbsp; a view of enforcing the law laid down by &nbsp; the House of Lords in the case of Quinn versus Leatham, the Court of Chancery at Dublin has issued writs against thirty per- sons including several Nationalists, Members of the House of Commons, Michael Davitt, and other Leaguers, for the Freeman's &nbsp; Journal conspiracy for the purpose of com- pelling the sale of property below its value, in the course of the "No-rent" agitation on the Connaught Estate. Heavy damages are &nbsp; claimed. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The trial is regarded as the most im- portant for years. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
COLONIAL ART EXHIBITION. SUGGESTED AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL ACADEMY. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902
SUGGESTED AUSTRALIAN ROYAL ACADEMY, LONDON, SATURDAY. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Duke of Argyle opened Wadham's &nbsp; Colonial Art Exhibition at Piccadilly. There are 160 works, representing most of the colonies. It is considered the best exhibi- tion yet held in London. It is hoped that it will be the incentive to establishing a permanent gallery. The Duke of Argyle suggested that art schools should be estab- lished at Sydney, Melbourne, and New Zealand to unite and dorm an Australasian Royal Academy.
FIRE IN PHILADELPHIA. TWELVE GIRLS KILLED. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902
FIRE IN PHILADELPHIA TWELVE GIRLS KILLED. LONDON, SATURDAY. &nbsp; &nbsp; A disasterous fire occurred to-day at a &nbsp; leather goods factory in Philadelphia, ini &nbsp; the United States of America. Two hundred girls employed in the estab- &nbsp; lishment rushed to the fire escapes, and in &nbsp; the panic which ensued many were crushed &nbsp; and others fell from a tremendous height &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; to the pavement. Twelve were killed. Try Herr Rassmussen's world-famed Alfaline Liver and Kidney Pills. Annual sale, 50,000. Boxes, 1s. Hay-street, Perth, High-street, Fremantle. &nbsp; Pastry of the choicest at "The Alexandra," Barrack-street.
LATE SPORTING. VICTORIAN RACING. OAKLANDS H. C. MEETING. STEWARDS SSE SOMETHING SUSPICIOUS. Cripps-Cerise Combination Cop Out. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902
LATE SPORTING. VICTORIAN RACING. OAKLANDS H. C. MEETING. STEWARDS SEE SOMETHING SUSPICIOUS. Cripps-Cerise Combination Cop Out. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. The Oaklands Hunt Club races were held at Moonee Valley to-day. The weather was dull, but there was a large and fashion- able attendance. Though two favorites and one second won, backers on the whole had &nbsp; a bad day. Results:— &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; GLENDEWAR OPEN HURDLE RACE. Of 80 sovs. Two miles. &nbsp; E. Davis' Coat of Arms, by Eschutcheon —Argus Girl, a., 9.13 (Cox)...1 &nbsp; &nbsp; P. Daly's Conquest, 4 y., 7.13 (Morrison) 2 R. Grice's Tanifa, 6 y., 9.0 (Glennon)...3 Others: Turk, Linden, Rooby, Rosemont, Profuse, Esop, Iramoo, Hidalgo, Audacious, The Scout, and Pathos. Betting: 3 5o 1 agst Rosemont, 4 to 1 each, Pathos and Conquest, 7 to 1 Lidnen, 12 to 1 others. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Tanifa led to the half distance when Coat of Arms...
ALLARMING RAILWAY ACCIDENT. ON THE GOLDFIELDS LINE. TWO TRAINS COLLIDE. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902
ON THE GOLDFIELDS LINE. TWO TRAINS COLLIDE. A startling railway smash occurred near &nbsp; Yerbillon at about 3.30 this morning. Two goods trains collided with disasterous results. &nbsp; The goods train, which was heavily laden, was proceeding from Northam to Southern &nbsp; Cross, and when near Yerbillon station the &nbsp; driver was horrified to see another train ap- proaching from the opposite direction. This was an empty train from Southern Cross bound for Northam. Before the trains &nbsp; could be brought to a standstill they collided. The impact was so violent that several of the trucks of both trains &nbsp; telescoped and others were derailed. The tenders of both engines were lifted on the &nbsp; tracks. When the steam was shut off the damage was seen to be very extensive. The driver and the firemen of the empty train received slight injuries and are suffering &nbsp; severely from the shock. The permanent way wa...
LATE SPORTING. ADELAIDE RACING. PORT ADELAIDE MEETING. PUNTERS' PITIABLE PLIGHT. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902
LATE SPORTING. ADELAIDE RACING PORT ADELAIDE MEETING. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. &nbsp; Tbs Port Adelaide Racing Club's winter meeting took place to-day in dull weather, and the going was very heavy. The atten- dance was large. Hodgson's totalisator was &nbsp; used for the first time in South Australia, but owing to a variety of causes it was very badly bungled, and scores of pounds were refused by the clerks at the windows. The figures on the outside win- dow against the horses got wrong, and the posting of dividends was ridiculously pro- tracted. For the last race the machine did not open till five minutes before the time for starting. The outsiders had a great day, though it was bad judgment cost them the winner in the chief handicap, as Farrell kept Kilt's run too late. He should have won easily. Old Fortune Teller, with his welter weight, made hacks of the South Australian sprinters in the Coronation Han- dicap. Hurrican was a hot favorite in the Steeplechase, but fell...
DREADFUL MUTILATION. SHOCKING RAILWAY ACCIDENT. A Man Cuit to Pieces. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902
DREADFUL MUTILATION. SHOCKING RAILWAY ACCIDENT. A Man Cut to Pieces. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. &nbsp; &nbsp; Soon after the last train for Kalgoorlie &nbsp; &nbsp; left the Boulder station last night a man whose identity has not been established was &nbsp; killed in a tragic manner when passing the &nbsp; Wittenoom-street crossing. The guard, &nbsp; Hunter, noticed a severe bump, and juding there was some obstruction on the line he jumped out at Golden gate station and re- &nbsp; ported the matter to the stationmaster at &nbsp; Boulder. A couple of officials went in &nbsp; &nbsp; search of the obstacle, and as they had no &nbsp; doubt but that it had been a human being a &nbsp; message was sent to the Boulder police- station, and Constables Berkley and Wil- liams were soon on the scene. The sight which met them was horrifying. The body of a man frightfully mutilated, and potions of it...
LATE SPORTING. GOLDFIELDS RACING BOULDER JUNE MEETING. FINE FINISHES AND BIG DIVIDENDS. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902
LATE SPORTING. GOLDFIELDS RACING BOULDER JUNE MEETING. FINE FINISHES AND BIG DIVIDENDS. KALGOORLIE, SATURDAY. The second day of the Boulder June Meeting took place yesterday. The weather was beautiful, and the course looked a pic- &nbsp; ture. Good fields competed in nearly every &nbsp; race, and the bookmakers had much the best &nbsp; of the deal, two big dividends of £18 14s. &nbsp; and £30 16s. being paid by the tote. An exciting finish took place in the principal &nbsp; event, the favorite Tripoli, beautifully &nbsp; &nbsp; handled by J. Trenoweth, just getting up in &nbsp; time to win by half a length. Details:— &nbsp; PONY RACE (CLASS B). &nbsp; &nbsp; Of 25 sovs. For ponies 14.2 a.u. Five fur- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; longs and a half. Cecilia, 10.9 (Owner) ...1 &nbsp; Colleen Bawn, 9.12 (Owner) ....2 &nbsp; The Peach, 11.12 (Owner)... 3 &nbsp; &...
LATE SPORTING. LOCAL RACING. BURSWOOD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902
LATE SPORTING. LOCAL RACING. &nbsp; BURSWOOD RACES. The usual weekly meeting of the Burs- wood Turf Club took place yesterday. There was a fair attendance, but the racing was not up Jto the usual standard. Chester- field won a double, -the Hurdle Race find Farewell Handicap, while Jewel-King came ont on top in the Cup, after a great set-to with Eos. The proprietary should start the races earlier now that tho winter sa-ison is on, Ss it was almost impossible "to «íis-is goish the horses in the last race. Deuiiis : HURDLE RACE. _ - Of 12 SOTO. One mile and a quarter. A. Kirkpatrick's Chesterfield, 9.0 &lt;Glee- ' son) ... ... . I A. Edmund's Reindeer, 10.0 (Dixon) "» : 2 C. Fanning^ Fcrest King, 90 (Black) ". S ; No other starters. v , , Betting : 5 to 4 on Reindeer, 6 to 4 aget Chesterfield, 2 ts 1 Forest King- ..", Won by fourlengtbs, ei*l»óg^8epai«fiñg second «nd thiid. Time, 2.87.*-' íBOBSWOODíCOP. ' ; V A v -'Oí W)^>JthyMáii&? M J. Monaghan's Jewel King...
TURF TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902
The A.R.C. Birthday Meeting was ad- vanced another stage yesterday week, when the principal event was the Birthday Cup. From the moment the weights were de- clared Footbolt had been fixed on as the pick of the handicap, and he ruled as favorite almost to the fall of the flag. Hickenbotham would not hear of defeat, and such an astute judge is seldome over- sanguine without cause. The excellent performance of The Victory on the first day of the meeting called atten- tion to the colt's chance, and the son of The Admiral actually supplanted Footbolt in the quotations before the barrier was released. Every gallop seemed to improve The Vic- &nbsp; tory, and an international character was lent to the race from the fact that a lot of money from London was invested on the &nbsp; &nbsp; three-year-old. Sport Royal, who has been a very expen- sive horse during the last few months, was strongly supported by his party, who were confident of defeating both the favorites, a...
SPORTING. RACING FIXTURES. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902
RACING FIXTURES. &nbsp; JUNE. &nbsp; 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. &nbsp; 21, 23. Wyndham T.C. 23. Southern Cross R.C. 25. Broad Arrow District J.C. 25. Moonee Valley R.C. 25, 26. Mount Gambier R.C. 26. Coolgardie R.C. 26. Quorn J. C. 26. Balladonia T.C. 28. Mallewa R.C. 28. Williamstown R.C. JULY. 2. Mentone R.C. 5. Helena Vale R.C. 5. Hawkesbury R.C. 5, 9, 12. V R.C. (Grand National Meeting). 9, 11. Marble Bar R.C. 12. Canning Park R.C. 12. Canterbury Park R.C. 15,16. Deniliquin J.C. 16. Aspendale Park R.C. 19. Helena Vale R.C. 19. V.A.T.C. (Caulfield). 19. Warwick Farm R.C. 19. South Australian Tattersall's Club. 23. Sandown Park R.C. 26. Canning Park T.C. &nbsp; 28. Moonee Valley T.C. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 26. Rosehill R.C. 80. Epsom R.C.
FOOTBALL. SENIOR FIXTURES. SECOND ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902
FOOTBALL. SENIOR FIXTURES. SECOND ROUND. June 21—Perth V. West Perth (P.), Su- biaco v. East Fremantle (N.F.K South Fre- mantle v. North Fremantle (F.). June 28.-South Fremantle v. Perth (P.), West Perth v. North Fremantle (N.F.), Subiaco v. East Fremantle (F.). July 5.—Perth v. Subiaco (F.), West Perth v. South Fremantle (P. J, East Fre- mantle v. North Fremantle (N.F.). &nbsp; July 12.—Perth v. East Fremantle (P.). &nbsp; West Perth v. Subiaco (F.), South Fre- mantle v. North Fremantle (N.F.).
FLOTSAM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902
FLOTSAM. "Ko gama waa arar ye* worth a rap For a rational maa to play, Into which no acculent or mishap Could possibly find ita way." —ADAM LINDSAY GORDON. North Fremantle fairly romped away dur- ing the last half against South Fremantle in their match yesterday week. &nbsp; East Fremantle beat Perth by 17 points on the North Fremantle Oval yesterday week. The winners are in grand form and should secure the 1902 premiership. West Perth had no difficulty in defeating Subiaco on the W.A.C.A. ground yesterday. "Scotty" Wildy played the game of the 36. His football was a treat to witness, and was a masterful exhibition of the game and how it should be played. Spilker also played fine football, and Loel was conspicuous by his good play. Loel would play a better game if he were relieved from the responsibility of captain- ship. Ward, of Subiaco, is the makings of a first-class player, if he would confine him- self to playing the ball and discard his fail- ing of too frequently app...
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902
Alec. .Gordon and Harry Hawkins, the well-known turf commission agents and pro- prietors of the Cosmopolitan and Federal billiard saloons at 196 and 148 Murray- street, have recently made several improve- ments to their rooms, which will compare favorably with any in the city. The saloons are well lighted, and five of Alcock's tables are continually at the service of the lovers of the green cloth. In addition, these are the only first-class rooms in the city where the cueist can play a game of 100 up for the moderate charge of 1s. 6d, and notwith- standing this, to anyone who knows Alec. Gordon, it goes without saying that he keeps his saloon very select, the rough &nbsp; element not being countenanced for a single instant. &nbsp; &nbsp; Billiards have been very quiet in Perth &nbsp; for some time, and therefore it is gratifying &nbsp; to find that a tournament will shortly be brought off at the Goldfields' Club Hotel. It will be a handicap, 2...
QUO[?]TS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902
The Criterion, Duke of York, and A.O.F. quoit clubs are desirous of forming a quoits association, and wish to hear from any clubs anxious to join them. A trophy valued at £5 5s. has already been donated for com- petition. All information can be obtained at Alec. Gordon's billiard-rooms. Murray- street. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
CRICKET. The Australian Eleven. ENGLISH FIXTURES. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902
CRICKET. &nbsp; THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN ENGLISH FIXTURES. JUNE. &nbsp; &nbsp; 16. South of England, at Hastings. 19. Derbyshire, at Derby. &nbsp; 23. Yorkshire, at, Bradford. JULY. &nbsp; 3. Third Test, at Sheffield. 7. Warwickshire, at Birmingham. 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 Lord's. 18. Gloucestershire, at Cheltenham. 21. Kent, at Canterbury. &nbsp; 25. Middlesex, at Lord's. 28. Lancashire, at Liverpool. SEPTEMBER. 4. C. I. Thornton's Eleven, at Scarborough. 8. South of England, at Hastings. What wretched weather the Australians have experienced in England! The writer &nbsp; is not much of an authority on seismic dis- turbances, but it would seem that the volcanic ...