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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 29 May 1898

W.A. TATTERSALL'S Care of J. CHARLES, MONSTER 107 BARRACK-STREET, PERTH. PRIZE LIST. HOW OPEN FOUNDATION HANDICAP. Sun at Perth, 1st June. 3,000 at 5. POET AUGUSTA CUP. Bun at Port Augusta, S.A., 5th July. 12,500 at 5 COOLGARDIE CUP. Run at Coolgardie, August. 5,000 at 5. KALGOORLIE CUP. Run at Kalgoorlie, August. 5,003 at 5. MENZIES CUP. Run at Menzies, Sept. 5,000 at 5. CAULFIELD CUP. Run at Caulfield, 15th October. 25,000 at 5. MELBOURNE CUP. Hun at Memington, 1st November, 25,000 at 5. PERTH CUP. Run at Perth, 2nd January. 25,000 at 5. EREMANTLE AGENT-C. WILLIAMS, TOBACCONIST, HIGH-STREET. References, Bank of New South Wales. THE ONLY PLACE TO GET GOOD AND RELIABLE TACKLE HERBERT SHAW & CO., WHOLESALE and RETAIL Stationers, Tobacconists and Fancy Goods Merchants, Important. "IRIS" AGENTS FOR MESSRS. BARTLEET & SONS' TACKLE, THE BEST IN THE WORLD Fresh. Bait Always on hand. SMOKE OUR EDELWEISS CIGARS, 5 for 1/-. GEORGE EDWD. ARMSTRONG, Chemist. (Late Sole Propriet...

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A SERIOUS GRIEVANCE. How FRIENDLY SOCIETY MEMBERS ARE TREATED AT GOVERNMENT HOSPITALS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 29 May 1898

A. SERIOUS GRIEVANCE. How FRIENDLY SOCIETY MEMBERS ARE TREATED AT GOVERNMENT HOSPITALS. Sir,-I am sending you herewith a copy of a letter to Mr. John Page, a member of a certain Friendly Society, who gained admission to the Govern- ment Hospital ander circumstances mentioned therein. The Friendly Societies feel it very hard that the Government should ex- clude their members from the benefits of this institution, simply because they have been thoughtful enough to make provision in a meagre way to tide over timas of sickness, and are of opinion that the clause excluding them should, be struck out. In viewing the copy before you, you will not>* that simply because this person happens to be a member of a Friendly Society, he is asked to arrange for payment for his maintenance, whereas had he not been such, no ! action would have been taken to claim this. In. many instances persons who are not members of Friendly Societies, who are in a position to pay, are let off " scot free." The o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 29 May 1898

SUN INSURANCE OFFICE OF LONDON. ESTABLISHED A.D. 1710. Capital .£2,400,000. Invested Fonds ... £2,086,104 WEST AUSTRALIAN BRANCH. DlEECTOB8: W. T. LOTON, ESQ. JAMES MORRISON, ESQ. J. C. G. FÖULKES, ESQ. BANKBRS: BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. AUDITORS: MESSRS: H. H. HOLMAN & Co. MANAGER AND ÜNDKBWKITEB : JOHN S. PEARSON. Fire Insurance Policies granted on every description of Property at Lowest Current Bates. For foll particulars and Proposal Forms, apply to the Manager, Perth, or to any of the Company's agents. Agencies in nearly every township through- out the Colony. HEAD OFFICE-282 St. George's Terrace, Telephone No. 432. Perth. SGttRBTH S B0YA1. PERTH'S LEADING HOTEL. CENTRAL POSITION. NEARLY OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION. Terms Moderate. WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, HAY-STREET, PERTH, . Has always in stock a MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT OF HlGH-CXABB GOODS. Special Attention Given to the Manu- facturing Department. Designs submitted. None but the Rest Workmen employed. Country Orders recei...

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FROM DAY TO DAY. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 29 May 1898

FROM DAY TO DAY. BY "VOX." Is it not near time that onr legislators made np their minds to give ns a little wholesome domes- tic Government? The Statute Book is encumbered with obsolete »nd contradictory laws, which have been amended or repealed in other countries years ago. The ad- ministrators of our laws, too, are not above reproach as far as both their abilities and conduct are concerned. With one exception, 1 have not a very high opinion of our judges ; and as for the magis- tracy the less said the better. "What chance of justice has a man sent for trial by a magistrate and again tried by the same magis- trate with a jury ? The jurymen in the country districts of this colony have been living for years nnder a system which teaches that "might is right," and in conse- quence display an absolute want of independence of opinion, which is found very dangerous to a man on trial under the circumstances mentioned. A large proportion of the crime existing is to be attributed to the bad ...

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POLICE PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 29 May 1898

POLICE PROTECTION. Last week we published the first and this week we publish the second of a series of articles on the police force of the city. Our contributor in his first article clearly pointed out the* grave defects which undoubtedly exist in the local force, and this week he endeavours to indicate the remedies which will remove some of these evils. These articles come with peculiar force at the present time when all Perth has been more or less panic-stricken by two outrages committed. by armed desperadoes, one of them being no less an offence than the capital one of robbery under-arms, committed, too, in broad daylight close to the city itself. The fact that the bush- rangers who committed the Bur- banks and Lefroy-street outrages in Coolgardie, and who in all probability obtained the £1,100 which was also stolen from the Coolgardie railway station in the middle of the day, are still at large, and their whereabouts unknown, is sufficient cause for alarm without this reminder. ...

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THE FEDERAL QUESTION. FROM THE "WESTRALIAN STANDPOINT. (WRITTEN FOR THE "KALGOORLIE MINER.) I. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 29 May 1898

THE FEDERAL QUESTION. FROM THE "WESTRALIAN STANDPOINT. {WRITTEN FOR THE " KALGOORLIE MINER.) BY F. C. B. VOSPER, M.L.A. i. The most momentous issue that Australia has jet been called upon to decide, and the most important, «hort of severance from the Em- pire, that is likely to be placed be- fore the people of the continent, is that of entering into a federal alliance of ii s various provinces or States. The people of Aus- tralia are called upon to say here and how whether it is their de- sire that they shall form one vast and mighty nation, or remain for ever scattered fragments of a great race, which may possibly, in time to come, even prove antago- nistic one to the other. It there- fore behoves us to give this sub- ject the most calm and deliberate consideration. We should come to the enquiry with minds un- biassed by party considerations or parochial feeling, and endeavour to ascertain only whether such a union as that contemplated is likely to be of joint and several benefit t...

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HOW NOT TO DEVELOPE THE GOLDFIELDS. EXEMPTION EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 29 May 1898

HOW NOT TO DEVELOPS ! THE GOLDFIELDS. EXEMPTION EXTRAORDINARY. If confidence is to be restored in the mining industry of this field and of this colony the wild-cat companies must be cleared out of the way. Companies whose only title to existence is the pay- ment of rent on a large surface area within the Hannans belt should not be given undue latitude for escaping the responsibilities they undoC^Jíí v,«* 3&«tF lease titles being granted, and simul- taneously, opportunities for market rigging. Recently, in Kalgooilie Warden's Court, six: months' exemption was recommended on twelve of the As- sociated Southern Company's leases. On what grounds it was granted it is hard to say. On the whole 200 acres owned by the company there is not a shaft of any respectable depth, and as for general prospecting work it is about nil. The plea of want of capital shonld not be countenanced, as the nominal capital of the company stands at £375,000, of which .£50,000 was set aside as working capi...

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THROUGH A WOMAN'S "PINCE-NEZ," [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 29 May 1898

THROUGH A WOMAN'S " PINCE-NEZ," (BY SYLVIA.) The members of the West Aus- tralian Society of Arts have held a very pleasant social reunion at -their studio (Arcade-chambers, Hay-street). The near proximity of the large room attached to the School of Music gav« the "artistes'' the opportunity of using this room during the musical por- tion of the night's enjoyment, thus avoiding the disagree- able crush so noticeable on the opening day of ibis so- ciety's present exhibition. A most artistic souvenir programme was presented to each guest, the de- signer being the president, Mr. F. M.Williams, The generous donors of therefreshments served were the Misses Prinsep. Miss Ada Willetts contributed Chopins grand valse (A flat) and by her brilliant Tendering proved herself to be a thoroughly capable Chopin ex- ponent. Mr. Woodfield sang his best, carrying back some of the 'tothersiders present to pleasant memories associated with eastern colonies.. Mr. Norman Malcolm» also assisted, his voice...

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ACTA DIURNA. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 29 May 1898

ACTA DIURNA. Obituary. - The Kalgoorlie and Boulder Standard.-R.LP. * * . J. Howard Taylor, M.L.C, is about to resign. Going to San Francisco. * * « Members have been notified that Parliament will meet on June 16. * # « 30,000 new votes registered in New South Wales. Healthy lor federation. * # » We wish to indignantly deny the as- sertion that the Government is at present being financed by Mr. Pick worth. « * * The Goldfields Morning Chronicle cele- brated the death of Gladstone by com- ing out striped like a zebra. It always was a bit of a wild ass ! * # * In addition to the enormous duties, W.A. farmers are *' protected " to the extent of 15 per cent, by harbour, freight, and insurance dues. * * » ? Which service of the English Church, according "to the proverb, is universally practised in France ? The " cherch " ing of women. Cherchez la femme twiggy-vous, my friend, twiggy-vous. * * * Why are women who think them- selves clever always so abrupt in their conversation? Because th...

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THE CURE'S DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 29 May 1898

THE CURE'S DREAM. (BY ALPHONSE DAUDET.) The Abbe Martín, vas coré of Cucug nan. Good as bread and true as gold, he loved 'his Cucugnanais paternally ; for him Cncugnan would have been a paradise upon earth had his Cucug- nanais given more heed to religion. One Sunday, at the close of the Gospel, M. Martin climbed to his pul- pit. "My brethren," said he, "my breth- ren, believe me when I tell you, the other night I found myself-I, a miser- able sinner-at the gate of Paradise. I knocked, and Saint Peter opened to me. «' * Ah ! is it you, my good M. Martin ? What will you have ? ' he said to me. * How can I serve you ? * "'Beautiful Saint Peter, you are keeper of the Great Book, also of the key of the gate. Perhaps you would tell me, if I am not too inquisitive, how many Cucugnanais you have in fara dise?' " ' Certainly, M. Martin, I can refuse you nothing. Bnt seat yourself, seat yourself, till I look into it and see. ' " And Saint Peter took up his Great Book, opened it, put on his s...

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RUGBY. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898

BUGBY. June 4.-Swan v. Pirate. 4.-Fremantle v. Sydney. 11.-Swan v. Fremantle. 11.-Pirate v. Sydney. l8.-Swan v. Sydney. l8.-Pirate v. Fremantle. 25.-Swan v. Pirate. 25.-Sydney v. Fremantle. July 2.-Swan v. Fremantle. 2.-Sydney v. Pirate. 9.-Swan v. Sydney. 9.-Fremantle v. Pirate. 16.-Swan v. Sydney. 16.-Fremantle v. Pirate. 23.-Swan v. Pirate. 23.-Sydney v. Fremantle. 30.-Pirate v. Sydney. 30.-Fremantle v. Swan. Aug. 6.-Swan v. Sydney. 6.-Pirate v. Fremantle. 13.-Sydney v. Pirate. 13.-Fremantle v. Swan. 20.-Fremantle v. Pirate. 20.-Pirate v. Swan.

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BRITISH ASSOCIATION RULES—KERR CUP COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898

British Association Rules-Kerr Cup Competition. Volunteer v. BaJmain^-Flayed at the Wentworth Park Oval, re- sulting in a draw of one goal each. There was a very large attendance of spectators, and the greatest in- terest was shown in the play. In the first half Volunteer succeeded in scoring a goal. The play was fast on resuming, and was evenly contes ed to the end, Balmain I managing to draw on terms with I their rivals. * . * # Pyrmont Bangers v Pyrmont Rovers.-Played at the Went- worth Park Oval, snd resulted in a draw. Both* teams showed good condition, and the game was ~- _ . Jr~ hardly fought ltd the finish, when die score was three ali.

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UNLICENSED REGISTRY OFFICES. MORE SWINDLING. WHAT ABOUT GOVERNMENT INSPECTION? [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898

UNLICENSED REGISTRY OFFICES. " Moke ^wdsbtspra. "*,?'-. . ? ? What.'About G^yiaNMBsrr Iw - ' ?;.;>,.. :i- 8PECTÍON?; -'.' ' ,.' Sir,-I desire yon» paper to bring under public' notice tafe mysterious 'methods in which the registry,offices of Perth are conducted The way these so-called registry -offices (or dene of extortion, which -would be a -more suitable name)' are conducted is really disgraceful. Th'-y are con- tinually advertising 'some ^alluring situation, which, after about 50 unfortunate unemployed have an- swered same, and the so-called half crown registry fee has* been inveigled out of them, they are politely informed that the imaginary situation is either gone, or that the intending employer has suddenly changed his mind. How, sir, I think in the interests of the public generally that some law should he made to prevent these daily swindles. Is it not bad enough for these unfortunate beings out of work to have to battle along for their daily livelihood without the owners...

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VICTORIAN JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898

VICTORIAN JOTTINGS. Splendid form was shown by a number of playera on the opening day of the football season iu Vic fuña, and some capital games were played< Several, new players ac- quitted themselves well, notably I Gardiner, Barr, and Larkin, who! are playing with the Essendon team. -" * * * The Essendon showed them- selves decidedly superior to the Fitzroys, but the advantage lay mainly- in their superior system of playing. Taken man to man, there was bnt little to choose, and when Grace and McMichael settle their little grievances and appear *v to do battle for the Fitzroys, the team will require a lot of beating. # * # The success of the Carltons in their match against South Mel- bourne has been heralded'as the precursor of a good season for the representatives of the northern suburb« Judging by the reports of the match, which are just to hand, the Carltons well deserved their win, and gave ample evi- dence of a return to that form which some seasons back used'to gl...

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Football [?]otes. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898

faoibail ßoitz. (By "The Barrackeb.") Football is in full swing now in the other colonies, bnt it is notice- able that the players in New South Wales who are distinguishing themselves tims early in the season are men who for seasons past, have heen prominent in football ranks. Somehow or other it seems to take longer for a player to improve sufficiently to permit of his pro- motion from juuior to senior grade football than it does with respect to cricket. In the latter game. season after season sees new men coming t«i the fore, but with foot- ball, and especially Rugby, one . looks iu vaia for a promoted junior's name among the list of senior players. Perhaps as the season advances we shall here something of the doings «f some new mern

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OUR GRIEVANCE COLUMN. THE WANTS AND WOES OF THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898

OUR fiRUEVAIGE COLUMN. THE WANTS AND WOES OF THE , PEOPLE. [Under the above title toe shall hat» plea- sure in publishing oil complaints con- cerning the administration of he t6o vernment or the affairs of pvbUc 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 Ubettous or scurrilous.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898

CHARLEY CUTHBERT, THE LEVIATHAN CASH - - , BETTOR,,and Founder of the 1,2, 3 Place Tote in .' Western Australia. MARVEL BILLIARD SALOON, 57 Hay Street, Perth. And . TATTERSALLS CIGAR DIVAN, High Street, Fremantle. ; : Araahgateg^TogptW by Direct - ?' T<cse^a0M.* HOLIES BRÖTHEBS ¿ CO. LTD. PUEMIER BUTCHERS, PERTH Asp FRKMAWTEg. ÎSEE FUTURE ADVERTlBElfRHTS. CLIMIE, EASTWOOD & CO., Merchants and Importers, HANNAN-STBEET, Kalgoorlie. BOCEES BOCEBS CHEAPEST /^ASH fM HEAPEST V^ASII \X: and Ironmongers on the Goldfields, CALL AND GET OUE PRICE LIST Sandalwood in ant Quantity Purchased, TONNIGES & BEGG, Auctioneers and Land Agents, STOCK & SHAREBROKERS, Isabella-street, Kanowna. The Kanowna Livery and Bait Stables. E. B. CASTIEAU &CO. HORSES, BUGGIES and VEHICLES of all Descriptions on fixas. GOLCONDA-STREET, KANOWNA. JOHN BMtY, The Pioneer BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, And NEWS AGENT, Isabella-street, Kanowna. Agent for all Goldfields, Colonial and Inter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898

W.A. TATTERSALL»©, Care of J. CHARLES, MONSTER 107 BARRACK-STREET. PERTH. PRIZE LIST. NOW OP£N FOUNDATION HANDICAP. Run at Perth, 1st June. 3.000 at 5. PORT AUGUSTA CUP. Run at Port Augusta, S A-, 5th July. 12,500 at 5 COOLGARDIE CUP. Run at Coolgardie. August. 5,000 at S. KALGOORLIE CUP. Run at Kalgoorlie. August. 5.00) at 5. MENZIES CUP. Run at Menzies. Sept. 5.000 at 5. CAULFIELD CUP. Run at Caulfield. 15th October. 25,000 at 5. MELBOURNE CUP. Run at Flemington. 1st Novemher, 25,000 at 5. PERTH CUP. Run at Perth, 2nd January. 25,000 at 5. Fbeaaktie Agent-C. WILLIAMS, TOBACCONIST, HIGH-STREET. References, Bank of New South Wales. AWCS&SWCm THE ONLY PLACE TO GET GOOD AND RELIABLE TACKLE HERBERT SHAW & C0.s WHOLESALE and RETAIL Stationers, Tobacconists and Fancy Goods Merchants, 3ÖÖ SEA'S' STREET, AGENTS FOR MESSRS. BARTLEET & SONS' TACKLE. THE BEST IN THE WORLD Fresh Bait Always on hand. SMOKE OUR EDELWEISS CIGARS. 5 for 1/-. SIX DAYS' CURE. The Latest Ameri...

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RUGBY. SWAN V. PIRATES. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898

RUGBY. Swan v. Pibates. Swan, 7 points ; Pirates, nil. Jago, Glacken, Gouly, Wilde, Wellsman, and Todd played splendidly for Swans. Calls, Leggo, Ball and Wilkins did yeoman service for Pirates. Bunbury has fallen foul of Sir John Forrest for advocating federation. Will this be bad for Bunbury or bad for Sir John? A great row is brewing on the gold- fields re residence areas. Snodgrass, the Coolgardie murderer, was a connection of most of the "first families " in Victoria. Mrs. Gold, the victim of the recent Coolgardie tragedy, was a peculiar looking woman. To a prepossessing .youthful face was added a crop of dark «iey hair, suggestive of the sere and fllow. She was, however, only just the thirties." "-Bobberies everywhere. Police no- where. This is getting monotonous. < * Rickards reopens on June 7. 30 Kanowna deep leads ave sow over six, 4sj|es ion^-On gold. Some of the' shaftB are over 100ft\ deep. Perth old-stagers boast that they had &o$eed to look tfceir do...

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FOOTBALL. BRITISH ASSOCIATION. CIVIL SERVICE V. PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — West Australian Sunday Times — 5 June 1898

FOOTBALL. BREMSE ASSOCIATION. Civh. Seevice v. Perth. Played on the Esplanade, the for- mer team winning by four goals to nu.

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