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SYDNEY AMATEUR SAILING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

SYDNEY AMATEUR SAILING CLUB. The first raco for the Galley Whisky trophy was sailed yesterday, and the following boats started: — Bronzewing, Varuna, Genesta, Curlew, Victoria, ? Cnriad, and Taijjo. Bronzewing was an easy winner by more than 4min, tho finishing times of the t placed boats being, Bronzewing 6h 52min 4sec, L Varuna 6h 36min 52ssc, and Victoria 5h 49min j 30sec. Bronzewing has thus secured three points, i Varuna two, Victoria one.

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

SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON. J The seventh race of . the Squadron was sailed yesterday over the UBual course in two heats and a. final (handicaps wero given at the | start), for Drizes amounting to .-2'20. The boats entered, with their skfppers and han- I dieaps, were First heat : Ida 24ft, J. M'Murtrie, | lmin; Young Harry,' 24ft, G-. Barrett, and Willia, . 24ft, C. Messenger, {min; Secret, 22ft, G. Lonford,. l|min ; Our Own, 24ft, H. Longford, and Esme ralda, 22ft, J. Paton, 2min ; Stella, 18ft, J. Som inervillo, SJmin ; Olinda 18ft, T. Snowdon, and Cygnet, 18ft,- F. Ponty, 4min. Olinda was tho only non-starter. Beforo Shark Island was renehocf, which was a thrash to windward, the bigger boats were all upon their smaller rivals. Yount; Harry, sailing iii fine stvle, all but canght Cygnet before rounding Shark Island buoy. The order in clearing the buoy was Cygnet, Young Harry, Stella, Esmeralda, Willia, Secret, Ida, and Our Own. Young Harry had the lead rounding the Taylor Bay flag-mar...

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

ROWING. Harding, who beat Tom Sullivan for the English championship, is 27 years of age, 5ft 5Jin, and only weighs 9s t 71b. Sullivan iB 6ft lin, a littlo over 12et, and also 27 years old. ! They are to row again on the Thames in April. The Full Court will shortly havo to decide whether a Rowing Club is a business, in au action to recover money advanced for the Balmain Working Men's Rowing Club. Not many of the clubs aro very profitable as a business, as guarantors have often found out. Tlie committee of tho Balmain Eo^ing Club has decided to hold au oight-oar race on March 30, open to all mombors. Entries will close at an early date (24th inst.), so that the crews, which are to be arranged by a sub-committee consisting of Messrs. S. J. Porter, J. Degotardi, and E. Schultz, may havo ample time to practice. A pleasant reunion may be oxpoeted by the friends of the Balmain Club on the night of March 8, when a concert aud danoe will take place, and prizes won at the recent regatta and o...

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

SYDNEY DINGY SAILING CLUB. This club also sailed a race yesterday afternoon. It was tho 14-footer show. Tbo result was, Fancy Jack first. Vision second, and Thomas Punch third.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEICHHARDT ROWING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

LEICHHAEDT BOWING CLUB. Tbe first round of the Pair-oar Eace in connec tion with tha above club, for trophies presented by Messrs. E. M. Lowden and M. Fienberg and two by tho committee, was rowed ofic on Leichhardt Bay yesterday afternoon, and caused a lot of excitement amongst local oars men. The ofiicials for the day were : — Starter and umpire, Mr. W. Lambart ; judge, Mr. F. Walsh. Course from Cailen Park Wharf to L.E.C. shed. Following are the results : — First Heat. — J. Wiseman, J. Bollmann (stroke), E. Davis (cox), 1 ; J. Cork, F. Goldsmith, (stroke), J. M'Donald (cox), 2. The crews got away to gether, Bollmann's crew winning by one length, after a splendid race. Second Heat. — W. Jenkins, F. Haye3 (stroke), E. Davis (cox), 1; J. H. Dow, S. Stewart (stroke), 2. Stewart's crew got going first, and held the lead until the Park Wharf was reached, when Hayes forged ahead and wou by two lengths. Third Heat. — A. A. Watsou, G. O. Eastes (stroke), J. M'Donald. (cox.), 1; H. Kudder, ...

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

ITEMS OF INTEEEST. ; Man attains his maximum weight at forty. Steaming a stale loaf of bread will freshen it. i Subscription to the Sunday Times, 8a per annum. t To oblige the ungrateful is like filling a - sieve with water. | -An error that proceeds from a good inten [ tion leaves no room for resentment. | -V ? . I Look at our prices: Grilled rumpsteak or j ?chops, mashed potatoes, bread, butter, and ; tea, 6d. John Ball Catering Co., 72 King-st.# * There are some funny letters this week in i: the 'Popular Discussion ' column. ' A little lemon-juice added to the water in ?--which rice is boiled will keep tho grains i* separate. I The annual expenditure in England and Wales on funerals probably exceeds six mil lion pounds. By allowing your children to iuse Amykoa [they will preserve the healthy condition of -their mouth and teeth.* The Swiss post-office conveys anything from la postcard to barrels of wine, scythes, and ; 1 bundles of old iron. ; . ?' It is calculated that over fourt...

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

A CRUEL PROVISION There is a certain refinement of cruelty about one of the provisions of the Victorian Income Tax which will not help to comr mend the new impost to its victims. Iri order, ifc seems, to keep down expenses ab much as possible, and make the tax yielck the maximum of revenue, it has been * decided that those subject to its operation/ shall themselves apply for the requisite forms, fill them up, and send them in to tha Government, Thus every man. will be his ^ own tax collector, and it is to be presumed \ will be subject to pains and penalties if hq ' fails to fulfil the pbnoxious duty. This is certainly rubbing it in with a vengeance, i and the long-suffering Victorian taxpaye' will be apt to think of, the poet's lines : — So the struck eagle stretched upon the plain, No more through rolling clouds to soar again, I Viewed his own feather on the fatal dart, I And winged tha shaft that quivered in hia | heart. Jj

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS BY CABLE. GENERAL ITEMS. Millions Starving in England. A Town Swallowed by an Earthquake. LONDON, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

NEWS BY CAJBLE. I GENERAL ITEMS. Millions Starring ia England. A Town Swallowed by an Earth ciuake. I — ? (' Sunday Times' Special Message.) H London, February 22. IAstrabad, a town in the north of Persia, has been b wallowed up by an earthquake. The Ameer of Afghanistan will visit England in spring. Keir Hardie, the Labor Member of Parliament, has given evidence before a Parliamentary Committee, that nearly two millions of people in England are in a state of starvation.

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

LADIES ! OUR ANNUAL SALE 'IS N0W: ON .j ONE YISIT WILL MORE THAN REPAY IOXJ. ' GrElSTUI^nE REDUCTION'S rN' EVER' 5T ' DEPARTMENT, ?OE INSTANCE, LADIES* WHITE UNMERSKIRTS, Deep Lace Erilla, from Is 9d to 4s lid. A Grand Show of UNDEECLOTHING Equally Cheap. 30RSETS — 'THE CLAEENCE,' reduced to 2s 6^dj usual price, 3s lid. 'LA BELLE,' in Black and Colors, reduced to 2s ll£d ; usual price, 4s lid. 'THE NELLIE STEWAET,' with Shoulder-straps, reduced to 3s Hid ; usual price, 6s lid. BLOUSES. BLOUSES* BLOUSES. Pink and Blue Zephyr, with deep frills, only Is 9|d. (VTiite, Pink, and Blue Zephyro, deep flue lace collar, only 2s lid. Seliotrope, White, Pink, and Blue Zephyr, trimmed fine laoe and insertion, only 3a llitd. [n Shot Silki trimmed laoe insertion, only 4s lid ; trimmed jet, 5s lid. LADIES' CAMBEIC COSTUMES, trimmed, from 4s lid. 3EEGE DEESS SKIRTS, all colors, trimmed, from 4s lid. DHILD'S COSTUMES, smocked, only Is lljd. CHILD'S PINAFOEES, blouse shape, trimmed laoe, 6Jd. LAEGE SI...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

. ? ... . ? ? T l lit 1 PERSONAL. The latest information to hand about the Governor is that his health is improving. Admiral Bridge is on his way to Auck land, having left Hobarfc for that port on Wednesday. Mr. E. C. Y. Brouo'hton's election aa alderman for North Ward, Ashfield, was very popular. Mr. M'Millan is to consult with tha Agent-General on the markets for Aus tralian food supplies in the old world. Mr. M'Lachlan, the Secretary for Rail ways, has returned from his trip to New Zealand, and will resume the duties of hia office to-morrow. 'Mr. Reid's visit to Penrith was made during the^absence of the Knight of Emu Plains. Was ifc a coincidence or other wise ?' asks a correspondent. Mr. Chantry Harris, a newspaper man, well known in New Zealand (formerly pro prietor of the N.Z. Times), died on Feb ruary 12, at Milton, aged G-i. Death waa the indirect result of a bicycle accident. Mr. Percy F. S. Spence's collection of pictures to be offered by art union arfe now on_ view, and ...

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

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THE WEEKLY PAPER THE BEST MEDIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

THE WEEKLY PAPER THE BESTi , MEDIUM. The Honorable H. H. Warner, senior member of H. H. Warner and Co., who are known the world over on account of their celebrated 'Safe' remedies, and who spend annually ia 'advertising a sum that would be a largo fortune to an v mmi cently said in an interview with a New York Tribune reporter that he regarded the weekly paper as the surest to repay judicious expenditure of ail classes o{ newspaper publications. 'I would rather have a hundred thou sand weekly circulation,' said he, ' than two hundred and fifty thousand daily. The readers of a daily paper rarely ever read it through ; it is simply glanced over, the salient points of news are indicated by big headlines; these are read and the paper is then thrown aside. But with the weekly the case is different. Every word and every line of it is read over and over again, and in -many instances the paper is afterwards lent to neighbors. 'Advertising in such a medium is certain to be remunerative, the ...

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BAD FOR THE PRISON R OR GOOD ? [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

BAD FOR THE PRISON li OR GOOD ? Retrenchment is ruling, they won't allow fooling With money now raised by the too frequent tax ; C.S. screws and divies — if George Reid should live he's Determined to slash with his axe, And on the same caper, p.oijs, ink and blue paper, Not to mention the stores of rod tape, Must be used with discretion, and each small concession For bridges and roads be ship-shape. But that phase of the fever which makes us a griever, A rebel, a red Anarchist, Is retrenching the feed of our -juries, who've need of Good feed, if good laws shall exist. Cold meat and sour pickles no appetites tickle, .While tea, one weak, watery cup Is a huge aggravation, and no compensation. For being all night— like afelon— locked up. No wonder such juries call ten kinds of furies To fall on the Government head, When reduced to light belting in atmospheres melting, When, supper-less camping on hard prison bed. Next morning, no doubt, they completely washed, lay Their heads all toget...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARABLE OF THE PETTICOAT. Ssh! [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

PARABLE 0ETHE PETTICOAT. v- Ssli! (Br ' Qoi Vive.') This is the parable of the petticoat. Sah ! _ Dearly beloved, it behoveth us to tread lightly upon this platform, because our weight thereupon is numerous, and we might fall through. Because, moreover, of the delicateness of the subject. v Tea, the extreme delicatenes3 thereof. But if The New Woman a-etteth un linon the stump and flaunteth tho garment of her mother and her grandmother .n tho face of man, hath not the man some right to kick? Hath ho not some oall to depart unto the back yard and stone the cat when the wife of his bosom — spurning that modo of attire whioh hath been associated with the very name of woman — reaolieth out her hand for the gar ment of her husband— ssh ! the nether gar ment ! Yea, verily, and doth it not in sooth rile a man exceedingly when he cometh home, after doing overtime in the mart, or upon tho brick yards of the Egyptians, and findeth cold ashes upon the hearth, and cold pio in tho larder, and th...

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WINE FOR NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

WISE FOR NEW ZEALAND. The fact that South Australia has the biggest share of the wine market in New Zealand (and will collar the lot if the reciprocity agreement is entered into) is a grave reflection upon the enterprise of Victoria and Now South Wales. These colonies, particularly the latter, from their position, should be the natural suppliers of wine to Maoriland, but the fact is that South Australian brands have been so long and favorably known there now that it would now take something powerful to drive them out. Thore is, too, a con siderable quantity of gooseberry, elderberry and currant wine made and consumed in New Zealand. Owing to a fear of phylloxera, foreign grapes have been com pletely excluded from New Zealand for years, and the local growers of grapes have frequently reaped rich harvests, the fruit, grown under glass, being sold as high as 3s 6d a pound. There is some talk of allowing grapes from South Aus tralia in under certain safe conditions, and if this is done ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GOVERNMENT PAY DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

THE G0VERX2IE.YI PAY DOUBLE. ' In regard to the Civil Service, compared with private business, the Government pay 25 per cent, more wages for 25 per cent, loss work.' — Mr. E. W. Knox, general manager Colonial Sugar Refining Com pany. Mr. Knox is perfeotly right. We have pointed out the same fact many times. The opinion thus expressed is valuable, and wo hope to hear from other prominent ex perts on the same subject. It will strengthen the hands of the Civil Service Commission. At the same time, what a scandal it is on the country when an authority like Mr. Knox can say that the Civil Service costs double what it should. That is what his remark means — that and nothing else.

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RUSSIA MOVES Her Mediterranean Fleet to China. Uneasiness in Europe. LONDON. February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

I RUSSIA MOVES j I Her Mediterranean Eleet to CMna. Uneasiness in Europe. 11 ('Sunday Times' Special Message.) London. February 22. The Russian Mediterranean Squadron has been ordered to proceed to China at once. This move on the part of Russia has caused great uneasiness throughout Europe.

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

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THE CLARKE DIVORCE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

I THE CLARKE DIVORCE CASE. I .*ho declared that she was regularly hypnotised by her husband, turned out of ?the house in a nude state, and brutally ill treated. vrho in defence to liis wife's charges averred that she was a spiritualist and Somnambulist^ and saw visions, and that febe sustained injuries while walking in her Bleep. SEY, JAS. CLML£E, Respondent, MES. CLARKE. The Petitionee.

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

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