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RACING AT ROSEHILL Common and Clive. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

BACING AT EOSEHILL. j Common and Clive. Favored by cool and pleasant weather, the Eosehill meeting yesterday passed off success fully. The pnblic attendance was large, and good fields i'aoed the starter in each event, no less than 27 horses contesting tho Flying Welter, the last race of the day. The railway arrangements were complete for the speedy transit of visitors, and everything pertaining to management of the raoing waa up to the suatomary effective standard. A dozen sported silk in the Flying Handi 3ap. Cremorne was backed a little in the aarly betting, but started in the 10 to 1 division^ and Common left off favorite at 3 to I. Marie May waB next in demand, solidly backed for money, and the finish was confined to these two, thus indicating the correctness of bho market aa an indication of tho result. Bonnette and Gold ran forwaV:d to the turn, but on landing in the straight Marie May took oharge, only to be challenged by Com mon later on, and beaten after a ding-dong finish ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Before the CURTAIN "AUNT JACK " AT THE LYCEUM. Return of Mr. Boucicault. An ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION. The Double Bill at Her Majesty's. LAST NIGHTS OF "THE UNION JACK" AT THE ROYAL. "The Fatal Card" Promised. THE NEW TIVOLI BILL. To-Day's Amusement—What the Pros. are Doing—"The Masqueraders" Promised Shortly—A Treat in Store—News by the English Mail—And the Latest Gossip. LYCEUM—"AUNT JACK." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

[?] 'AUNT JAOK' AT THE LYCEUM. ? ?» ' Return of Mr. Boucicault. AN ENTHUSIASTIC /eGJSFTION. The Donfcle Bill at He? Majesty's. LAST NIGHTS OF ? «» THE UNION JACK' At 'THE ft^lAL. 'The Fatal Card ' Ffoinised. THE flEW TIVOLI iflLti. To-Day's Amusements — What tlie Pros, are Dofrtfi:— ' The JlasqueraderS' Promised Shortly — A Treat in Store — News by the English Mail-— Audi tho Latest Gossip. LYCEUM— 'AUNT JACK.' Last night the Lyceum was filled to over flowing by an audience which had assembled for the double purpose of witnessing Ralph R. Lumley's three aot farcical comedy, ' Aunt Jaok,' and welcoming Mr. Dion Boucicault on his return from London. Of tho play we shall speak lator on, but special mention may at once be made of the reception accorded Mr. Boucicault, the warmth of which must have ; been extremelv erratifvine to that capable actor and prinoe of stage managers. When Mr. Bouoicault mado his appearance as attorney Juffin tho applause was particularly hearty and prolonged, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

LADLES! ALWAYS buy where you can get the best valne for your money. NEVER fail to make this the first consideration. Do you appreciate really Good TEA P Then don't FORGET that your taste can bo gratified by tho well-known Family Grocers, WILLIAMS and GIBBONS, of 72 OXFQBD-STEEET, who will sell yon a TEA at la per lb that cannot be surpassed In Australia. THIS Is their own. SPECIAL BLEND, and is admitted Dy good judges to be of really excellent quality. Choice Brands of China, Ceylon, and Indian Teas; also in stook. Parcels delivered Free in town or suburbs, or to any Station or Port in N.S.W. A FACT worth remembering. Price lists on application.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMATEUR FISHERMEN'S ASSOCIATION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

AMATEUR FISHERMEN'S ASSOCIA TION NOTES. It .has been whispered that a strong secret movement, having for its object the annihilation of tbe Sunday Times writer who in last isRue dared to hint that ' romanoiets ' would find an segis in the Association, has been initiated. 1 would in form you, writes the secretary, that all playors of concertina fash, trombone fish of the slide variety, and all who posbobs the magnifying eye will not receive any shelter in the Association, but intending members must possess a clarified conscience and an eye for the correct estimation of lengths and weights. We will probably have truth tests for future members. At the last weekly meeting, at Punch's Hotel, ten new members were elected, and Beveral propositions have reached mo during the week. The first outing takes place at Watson's Bay on March 9 (see advertisement in another column), and fall particulars are posted on tho board at the Association room. A strong move is to be made to get the Harbor cl...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ST. LEONARDS v. NEWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

ST. LEONARDS v. NEWTOWN. A contest in connection with tho Champion Rink Match took place on the City Green Yesterday betwoen tho St. Leonards and New own Clubs. After_ their defeat of the City playors ait Balmain on the previous Saturday, the chances of the St. Leonards Club were considered exceptionally good, but from the severe defeat they suffered at the hands of the Newtown players, luck was apparently against them. Mr. A. Sadlear discharged the duties of umpire for the Newtown Club, and Mr. J. Steveus officiated in a similar capaoity for St. Leonards. The following were the scores made : — St.L. N. W. Wilkie, W. Moore, T. T. Forsyth, A. J. Board ? 20 — E. Pearson, J. Bradbury, J. Dunlop. J. Dickinson ? ? ? — 30 Totals ... ? ... 20 30

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MAILS. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

If THE MAILS. S MONDAY. IMiiusrBT]T,A and Eden, 11 a.m. Port Macquarie and Bellinger Eiver, 1 p.m. India and Continent of Europe (overland to Adelaide, and thence per Valetta), 2.30 p.m. United Kingdom (overland to Adelaide, and tbeucJ per Valetta), 3 p.m. R.H.S. Valetta (letters addressed to person^jjn board), overland to Adelaide, 3 p.ifa. Mannins River, 8 p.m. I

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. THE TIDES. HIGH WATER—SYDNEY COVE. Morning. Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

SHIPPING. THE TIDES. HIGH T7ATEB— SYDNEY COVE. Morning. Aftornoon* Date h. m. h. m. SK8. - S3 TCMBA*. 26 ? 9 19 - J8! TVbsneidat „ 27 ? 9 49 ... 10 ^ Tbtjksdat, ,. 28 ? 10 19 ... 10 r*iKAT, March 1 ? 10 51 ... 11 7 gilUKDAT, „ 2 ? 11 & .« Ji. ARRIVALS— February 23. IAndora, sh, 1670 tons, Captain ,T. H. Jones, from KChiua,rNorweigan bq, 718 tons, Captain Eriksen, from Jlonte Video. _ ChinKtu, str, 2338 tons, Captain E. Innes, from Melbourne. . Victoria^, str, 718 tons, Captain G. Andrews, from Queensland ports. . N&uioi, str, 1414 tons, Captain E. J. Skinner, from Uewcascle. i v.,cAii:ile. atr. 274 tons. Captain L. Paulson, from IHambucca Eiver aud Port Macquarie. Wollumbin, str, 231 tons, Captain J. H. Hunter, Irom Tweed Eiver, Byron Bay, 'W oolgoolga and Coif's Harbor. DEPARTURES— Febbuaet 23. Cuzco, E.M.S., for London via parte. Dunsyre, Bhip, for London. Peregrine, str, for Brisbane. Unrimbla, str, for Brisbane. Victorian, etr, for Brisbane. Laura, str, for Melbo...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CUSTOMS RETURNS. CUSTOM HOUSE, Saturday, Noon. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

CUSTOMS RETURNS. ? Custom House, Saturday, Noon. The following is a return of the duties col lected at H.M. Customs, Sydney, for the week ended at noon yesterday ; — Monday, February 18 ? -£6,767 Tuesday, „ 19 ? 9,232 Wednesday, „ 20 ... ... 5,971 Thursday, „ 21 ? 5,429 Friday, „ 22 ... ... . 5,901 Saturday „ . 23 ? 2,942 Total ... ? ? £36,242 | Receipts for week ended 16/2/'95 39,381 Decrease ... ... .£3,139

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

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Publication Title: Sunday Times
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ROBBERY AT THE MUSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

! ? — i ROBBERY AT THE MUSEUM. A case forming part of the collection of mineral specimens in the Mining Museum in the Domain was broken open during Friday night, and some gold specimens and Bingara, diamonds, valued altogether at ; about JJ3, fere Btolen. Tho case was found by the officials yesterday morning to have been forced open by a chisel, which' was left lying ; near, and the thief is supposed to have been Eecreted in an adjoining room prior to the place being olosed on Friday evening. Some of the lady correspondents on the dirBute adornment topic exhibit a remark able knowledge of the mysteries of the barber's shop.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

S. BEOTETT AJSTD CO., Tea Dealers Grocers, Tfisie and Spirit Mercliaats, 478 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, AEE SELLING MELVIN'S EDINBURGH PALE ALE, Per ctise, G doz pints, 5s per doz ; 4 doz quarts, 7s per doz, BOAR'S HEAD ALE (Bottled by Hall), Per case, 4 doz quarts, 7s per doz. . ? GUINNESS' BOAR'S HEAD PORTER (Bottled by Hall), Per case, 8 doz pints. 6s 3d per doz ; 4 doz quarts, 8s93 per doz. COMBE AND. CO. 'S EXTRA LONDON STOUT, , _ Per case, (J doz pints, 5s 9d per doz ; 4 doz quarts, 7s 6d per doz. ? St. ESTEPHE CLARET, 12s per doz. ALBURY MUSCAT, Pine Matured Wins, ISs per doz. - ALBURY PORT, Old Wine, excellent value, 2~s per doz. ' AGENTS for DOYLE'S Red and White KALUDAH — Pints, 123 ; quarts, 21sper doz Monthly Price List Forwarded on Application. II \ gyc.-is./- j YOTT TFTAY1R WO IDEA AT 'WHAT ADVANTAGE YOU CAN BUY BOOTS AJSTD SHOES. IT WILL PAT YOU to send for onr CATALOGUE, and JUST BUI? YOUR EYE down it °m'' t^Cg.% °TEK HALF-SUINEA 3000 PAIRS ? . . (TM0P BOO T { |SS 'If SO...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

T^lf^p i^fQ ForfMlt Co. 1L JWI IW 4B0 George StePS^diie^ SIX ENAMELLED ? CABINETS, TOGETHER') 'FOR WITH A BEAUTIFUL ENLARGEMENT [ VON OPAL OR PERMANENT BROMIDE, f ©T) Size 10 z 12 inolie&- J. : ; - this LIX 'EM. ' ' ; MACPHERSON'S ? ? B - A l t E J- 1 O W ; H 0 T E L, PARE' AND CASTLEREAGH' STREETS. BIG REDUCTIONS. CHEAPER T KAN EVEK. COMPARE THE PRICES. WHY PAY MORE ? Hennessy's 3-Star (6SC) Pale Jtfrandy, | Usher's Special Reserve Whisky) 8s 9d 6s per Bottle. - I Brown's 4-Crown Whisky, 8s od. Walker's Whisky, 3s 9d. - | Gilboy's Dry (iin, 3s-6d. Just lleceived, a Shipment of ITao'a Celebata^ S^solal Whisky; Call and Try. a Nobbier, and you will want the Bottle, ,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WORLD Of SPORT. CONTINUED FROM PAGE G. SAILING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

WOULD OF 8P0RI. CONTINUED FEOSI PAGE 6. ? O ? * SAILING NOTES. (By ' Weathee-Eyb.') | . Yesterday afternoon witnessed a light eaBt Bor'-east wind, which was all that could be j desired for the open boat races, but j was too light by many degrees for tho yachts, j During the racing the tide was flood. I There were siz starters in tho Prince Alfred i Yaoht Club Raoe, and 16 boats ' crossed' in J the seventh race of tho season of the Sydney j Flying Squadron. j Ariel, the crack 18-footer, and the hardy George were conspicuous by their absenoe. _ j The flagship of the Prinoe Alfred — this nams, by-the-by'e, should now be changed to : the Saxe-Coburg Gotha— carried many women j and children. Flagships are fast becoming j travelling marine nurseries. The Lady Manning also haditsyoung. Why do mothers take their babies to boat races P If j thoy want to give them a sniff of ozone they can do it by taking them to Manly on one of the Black Dog liners for next to nothing. Apropos of tho above, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRINCE ALFRED YACHT CLUB GENERAL HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

1 ? — — f PRINCE ALFRED YACHT CLUB GENERAL HANDICAP. Tho second event of the General Handicap, for all yachts of the above club, was sailed yesterday afternoon. The race was for. prizes of £13 13s, £8 Ss. and £4 4s. presented by Commodore Hordern. The Manly course was sailed. Tho entries included Iduna, W. Jr. Cameron, scratch ; Thelrrm, Dr. M'Conmck, 4min ; Isea, Dr. Milford, 23min ; Bronsiewiniy, H. aCoekshott. 28min ; Assegai, P.- H. Sullivan, 29inin ; Mabel, A. C. Jewett. SI mint Lah Iloo, W. H. Murrell; 45mm. 'All had jactynrders ercepfc Mabal, Bronzewing beint; an absentee. 'With a very lipht north-eant wind but slow pro press was made on the beat down to Manly, although tho flood helped tbeai a lot. Isca, which Etarted some threo minutog lata, got into third place at Bradley's, whilo the two big boats went rignt away from the others. Iduna led Thelma.by EOsec at Manly, Isea' follo^vincr ow.r four minutes later, with Lahloo, Assegai and Mabel in tho order named, alony way aste...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

I A- FEW MORE DAYS If (SPECIAL REDUCTIONS in COSTUMES, MILLINERY,' BLOUSES I and MANTLES nntil the 28th Instant. ?lf ? ? — || MANTLES, Usuall Prioo 21s, now 5s 6d. COSTUMES, Usual Price 25s, now 7s lid. Pi MILLINfiEY, Usual Prices 15s to 25s, now Is each. BLOUSES, Usual Price 12s 6d, now ls 9d II ALL SUMMER GOODS MUST BE SOLD. SEE THEM. I OSBORNE AND CO., GENERAL DRAPERS. 5*7 OXFORD - STREET (ONE MINUTE FROM HYDE PARK.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

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Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

DETECTIVE COOKE having resigned from tho Police I'orco, lias Dponed CONFIDENTIAL INQUIRIES, HISS ING FEIENDS, and NEXT-OF-KIN OFFICES, it IS3 K.INU-STREET, Sydney, with Brunches nS Uharinjj Cross, X.ondon, and at Melbourne. Testi nonials from Judges, Magistrates, Barristers, Heads of Government Departments, and Chiefs -f Police, .Sydney and .Melbourne, can bo-inspectod -r copies posted on application, tho whole form- - lie a maso of reference uuequallad. Strictly con dcntial. Agents everywhere.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

TO DYSPEPTICS.. WE DO NOT PUT OUR NAME TO RASH OR FOOLISH STATEMENTS. WE ASSERT THAT GRANUMA PORRIDGE MEAL 'WILL PREVENT OR CURE ALL FORMS OF INDIGESTION IN PERSONS WITH WHOM THERE IS NOTHING ORGANICALLY WRONG, AND WHO WILL OBEY THE SIMPLE laws of health. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR A 4lb PACKET, AND IF HE WILL NOT SUPPLY IT, WRITE TO US, AND WE WILL CAUSE IT TO BE SENT TO YOU FROM THE GROCER NEAREST TO YOU WHO KEEPS IT. JAMES INGLIS and Co., DEAN'S PLACE, SYDNEY, WHOLESALE AGENTS. WILL FITWELL ; - roF. boots and shoes. THE BEST SHOP IN SYDNEY „ ^ (FOR BOOTS AND SHOES.) MY MOTTO IS : will fitwell itt AAnnn nr.nT-nTl TT.T T»T A TUT VV XT iT i VV^T] A , R- W ' H TT iXJ ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN PLEA.SE WELL ? ? FIGURES. 'W ILL EARS] WELL. PLEASE NOTE ADDRESS: . ^ ? ?7SS G-EOEGE-STBEET, HA-YMLAJR/BZET. » 'GKASAM'S 55s SIITS, j; .. - v T X; '... 510 GKUJittli-STKJiJiT, . . /? y. ? o OPPOSITE MEW MARKETS. I

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

FREE INFORMATION. FOE KEADEBS OP THE 'SUNDAY TIMES.' We desire it to be understood that, while we endeavor to get thoroughly accurate advice for our readers, we in no way hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed. INFORMATION COUPON. Sunday Times. This mast he cat out anil forwarded with any question. FREE LEGAL ADVICE. The following are the replies for the week : — Tboublbix Mind : 1. The mother of an illegitimate ohild_ is 'dts lawful jjuardian, and the father has not right to the custody of it. 2. If your mother made you a present of the furniture and you married, before April, 1893, it became the pro perty ofj your husband, but if your mother simply lent it to yon it still remains her property. PaOTOS : There is no necessity to employ a. solicitor to draw a will, but if you can afford it I should ad vise., 'you to do so. You cau copy the form from Letts''Diary, or buy one printed for a few pence, which with a few alterations will probably serve your purpose. There is...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

TWTESSRS. VILES AND CO., IyJL OF 8 BBIDGE-STREET SYDNEY, Next door to Messrs. Burns, Philp and Co., Public Accountants, beg to intimate that they have taken into partnership Mr. ARTHUR D. BENNETT, Notary Public for Her Majesty's British Foreign Possessions, late certificated aqaountanfc under the Judges seal of the Supreme Court of New Zea land, and Commissioner of Affidavits for soveral of the colonies, and the style of the firm will be in the future VILES AND BEN NETT. — Viles and Co. Note.— VILES AND BENNETT, private composition accountants trade assignees and auditors, 8 Bridge-street Sydney. Messrs. BORCHARDT & BUTCHER SHAREBROKERS, 12 POST-OFFICE CHAMBERS, Direofc Special attention to Gympie and Charters Towers Sfcooks. ? ? ? OWNERS OF BUILDINGS OF WHAT EVER CLASS 'Will Study their Interest by Insuring same in the LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSUEANCE COMPANY, ' The great Fire and Life Insurance Company of the World.' LoweBt Eates. Equitable Adjustment. Prompt Settl...

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