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SIR HENRY LOCH RECALLED. No Reason Assigned, LONDON, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

I SIR HENRY LOCI RECALLED. I No Reason Assigned. I , (' Sunday Tisies ' Special Message.) i London, February 22. I Sir Henry Loch has been recalled from the Cape. No reason has been assigned.

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

? THE LB^DXISrO- BISJOTD, gHAMEOCK ' Jjl WHISKY, ' PURE AND MELLOW. CHOICEST SPIRIT IMP0E.T1D. Si o®Ss fo? Prize CospOK.g- Uadci? ©apseles.

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

%-u-$ ;5 'PSOWEES18 EXCELS | THEM, ALL. iw eFin--s fEa-c^e-tb-, civib i-H c)c)u,£Pi-. - rl c™e,,t §§& I J^OTICE UN DE B REAL PROPERTY ACT, ^ ^?Sr^erg tfc^rMflca^of^ta^^ of the said A^t. on or before be * 1 _ ? , . I li-ate up to andin- ?T Property. Name of AprfJ Eesideace_ elusive of which ^ULu Caveats miy bo — ? ? — ? ? ? ' ? ? ? ? lodged. !STo. 94S9. Longhottom, 2 acres 0 roods 6 perchcs, Cosman N e 1 1- Svdnev ' ~ MaTTT^S 1? Stanley -street, avijommjc ohe properties of R. heim, I9n-,c ? y ' B. Smith and E.J. Downey— ia part of suburban Halle nsteb n allotment JSo. 1 granted to John Walker. M o r i t a Mil ^ chnelis, Mi chaelis ? No. 0544. North Botnny 4 acrea 2 roods 30 perches, WilW Eolfe feotanv a 1«K 1 in Charch and Cook streets, adjoining property! s e n i or, an d I ' 7 3* J890' of the lat-e tdward Lord— comprises section No.| William Eolfe ' 15 of the private town of Botany. ) junior. 'l 3ydS^mS del'n0atillg th6Be IaQds bB inflPeoted the Laud Titles Office, EUZabeth...

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

Standard Mixed .Paint IS ALWAYS BEADY FOE USE. COSTS LESS, jOOKS BETTEE, AND LASTS LONGEE THAN ANY IMPOETED PAINT. IS NOT AFFECTED BY EAIN OR STORM, IS EAST OF APPLICATION, and is PEE-EMINENTLY the HOUSEHOLDEES' PAINT. LLL SHADES SUPPLIED READY FOE USE. Standard Paint Company, Limited, 370 GEOEGE-STEEET, (Opposite The Strand.) SYDNEY. J. DEVElSriSH. PUIRlSnTTTIfcE 5N THE MOST LIBEEAL TEEMS IN SYDNEY. £5 worth, 10s down, 3s 6d weekly; £10 worth, 20b down, 5s weekly ; £20 worth, £2 dornj, 7a Bd weekly. IsO INTEEEST CHARGED AND NO MONEY LENDEES. nouses Furnished to £100 on easv terms; 153, Bathurst-street, near Hyde fark. ROBERTSON'S -3? WHISKY/ YICKEE'S (D1STILLSE3 TO THE- QUEEN) DRT GH IT. BEUSER'S SCHNAPPS (COCK BEAND) . -3-* EC. MUHM EXTEA DEY CHAMPAGNE. Sjl^JSTDEiMIAJSrS POBTS AND SHERRIES. iVE EECOMMEND TO CONNOISSEUES TUB ABOVE BRANDS AS BEING tHE MOST SUPERIOR. SANDEMAN, Wine and. ^Spirit Merchants, 74 PITT-STEEET, SYDNEY.

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

? ? ? ^esissrar-tteiienu. go. Business Notices. G. H. SMITH & SON, HAT MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS, ' or; 302 George-street, Sydney. th- ? Thai SOLE AGENT ' -to' SM HEt!RY HEATH, ' s ^ 105, 107, 109, ®iat OXFORD - STREET. » LONDON, W. yhvA ? ? bci SEND FOE, ILLUSTEATED CATALOGUES. _ T7E ? ? — r ? ? ? - That SAIL, TENT, TARPAULIN, OILSKIN, 'aj AND BLIND MAKEE, dor Dud 296 PITT-STEEET, SYDNEY. i cun SPECIALTY— MAEQUEE TENTS FOB HIBE. con ? ? ? ; ? ? vhi DO YOU MEND YOUE OWN BOOTS ? MENDING LASTS ALL STYLES. j DO YOU WEAB CLOGS? THY THEH FOB call WET WEATHEE.' TRY OUK FISHING LINES, -Best Value. - ? ? 'PE T. EICHAEDSON, - . 48 Ma.rket-3 treat. iici ' WM PBESEBm % Tha Face Prevented from Ageing. cidf Wrinkles Smoothed Away. 3]^ ?Rldnnio. GGLODBE LEFSBMRE'8 £hr.t- Celebrated 'DOVE' Preparations. 3r.i 'T6aa Oovo Faco TonSc' removes - Wrinkles, l'reokles, Redness or Koughnesj, ~iS^ rendering the skin smooth and soft, i'rice, li 6/6 fe 7/6. ' TSao Oouo (Liquid Hotago ' impaJt3 a hea...

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

haymareiet loan ofpice, £1 LEIT FOR 6cL ELLIS DAVIS lends Mosey on all Jewellery, Watches, Diamond Goods, &c., at tho rate p„yl^ t,ie a,,-l on large snins as low as 3d. PEItFliCT JUUVACI. Walk through Jewellery Shop. ^655 GEOBSE-STREEf, HAYMARKET, SYDNEY. F**' BANK OF VAN PIEMEN'S LAND, LIMITED (In Liquidation.) LOTTERY Will Positively Close - ? February 28. L '? ' 300-000 STT A RES A.T «fcJl EACH, APPLY EAELY. GEO. ADAMS, Collins-street, HOBART, Tasmania, - or, Telegraph Chambers. BRISBANE, Queensland. ? BnsiMesg Kotices. ? WILLIAM BTJTTEL, WHOLESALE SHIPPING AND FAMILY BUTCHEE, PUBVEYOB TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR AND THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF THE CITY. . 154 PITT-STEEET. J. T. COFFILL, ' METROPOLITAN ' HOUSE AND CARRIAGE BAZAAR. HEAD DEPOT: . 472-82 HARRIS-STREET, ULTIMO. TELEPHONE No. 1160. LABGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT- OF VEHICLES FOE HIBE IN THE CITY. LANDAUS, BBOUGHAMS, FOUE-IN-HAND DEAGS, WAGGONETTES, WEDDING CAEEIAGES A SPECIALTY. CITY BEANCH : 37 CASTLEEEAGH-STEEET...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERATION AND THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

FEDERATION AMD THE PE0PIE. The fact o£ the Federation. Enabling Bill having received such unsparing condemnation in certain conservative quarters should be sufficient to ensure for it careful consideration, on the part of those most concerned, the masses of the people. It has doubt less hitherto been the practice to ignore them entirely in any move ment for constitutional reform, and naturally the novelty of the new de parture has somewhat taken aback the advocates of the old crusted Tory ideas of everything being run for and on behalf of the masses by someone or by somebody who is supposed to understand their wants and wishes better than they do themselves. So far, however, the criticism it has re ceived is of the most puerile character, the chief objection being that no mention is made of the Bill drafted by the 18.91 Convention, and it is there fore inferred th&t no ubs can be made of that BUI. » ft G - j The absurdity of this conclusion is evident, because there is nothi...

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

THE ADAMST0WN HOMICIDE One of the most' painful cases of homicide which lias ever occupied the attention of a court in New South Wales is that of Mrs. Ann Gray, who was convicted at the Criminal Ses sions during the past week of the manslaughter or a young girl named Eleanor Turner at Adamstown, near N-ewoastle, on Saturday, the 19th of last month. On.that Saturday morn ing a few 'hasty words, a fit of temper, and a sharp knife, which un fortunately lay handy, were the elements which in a few short moments transformed a peaceful and respectable home into the scene Of a sad and deplorable tragedy. Q a o From the evidence given at the trial it appeared that Mrs. Gray was the wife of an undertaker at Adams town, and both were thoroughly respected by their neighbors and all who knew them. The victim was a girl between thirteen and fourteen' years of age, a step-daughter of Mrs. Gray's brother, and has been living with her in the capacity of an adopted daughter for some four years, it be...

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

NOTES km COMMENTS, PARLIAMENTARY PROSPECTS. Stgnb are not wanting that a decidedly lively time is ahead of the Reid Govern ment when Parliament re-commences business this week. That the prospects of the Ministry have not-been -bettered during the holidays even their warmest supporters will hardly deny. On the contrary, cir cumstances and persons have been actively conspiring during the short recess to heap up trouble against the day of meeting. The «nmifcy of Sir Henry Parkes has in creased in virulence, and another halfand half-opponent in Mr. B. R. Wise has been on a little crusade of his own recently. The actual Opposition have not been idle, and make no secret of their intention to keep the Premier up to the scratch, or send him about his business. Another important factor is th-e -projected de parture for England of Mr. W. M'Millan, who has been the candid friend and supporter of the Reid administration. In losing the services of -the member for Burwood the Freetrade Party are ...

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

A CHANCE FOR THE ASSEMBLY. Discreditable as it- is to our Legislature, it is none the less true that two of the most important interests affecting the colony's prosperity have been the most shamefully neglected. We refer to Local Government and Irrigation -and Water Conservation. The Premier has pledged himself to remedy the first, and Mr. Smith, Minister for Mines and Agriculture, is actively and practically engaged upon bringing about a better state of things in regard to tho second. If the Reid Government are suc cessful in -placing a fairly perfect Local Government Bill . on the Statute Book, and also in inaugurating -a system of irrigation an'd water conservation, they will have done ; more'for the colony than all the previous ad ministrations together. Side by side with these questions Freetrade and Federation sink into insignificance. We recently pub lished interviews with Mr. Smith, the Minister who has charge .of the water con servation (which includes boring for water) {in...

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

Tr'p1'!? How is it that there is always something irresistibly pathetic in the suggestion of ? pickles ? I don't know why there should be, but there is, and doubtless the dissatis fied juryman who raised the question in the Criminal Court the other day was aware of the fact when lie announced that the pickles supplied to himself p.nd hia fellow victims' (that is, jurors) were of the commonest character. There were other grievances. The meat was too strong, and the tea was too weak, but these things could have been borne had it not been for this last and bitter cup of grief that jury men alone are called upon to taste. This was the last straw that broke the jury man's back, and it is evident that the whole system of trial by jury is endangered by such a cruel pro ceeding. Probably Alfred the Great, who is said to have invented the institu tion, never foresaw the great dauger to which ifc would be exposed by the use of cheap pickles. In point of fact, we are justified in supposing tha...

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

V Special Advertisements, . \ USTRALIAN MUTUAL FIRE XX. INSURANCE SOCIETY, Established 1873. . 'tTbe Oldest Slutual Firo Office in Australia. CAPITAL £100,000, with power to increase to £1,000,000, 'RESERVE AND INVESTMENT FUNDS, £lll,6So. Uncalled Capital, £S7,500. . ... PURELY A COLONIAL OFFICE, ' deriving its Income'from Hew South Wales only, no risks being taken outside the colony. ' _ A BONUS OF 20 PEE CENT. ? Has b6eri.paid annually since 1373, divided between Policy-holder s and Shareholders. The amount thus distributed totuls £110,928. CLAIMS PROMPTLY AND LIBERALLY SETTLED. . fifteen days* grace allowed for Renewal of ? ^Policies— a protection afforded by no other Fire Insurance Company. Hon. GEORGE THOENTON, M.L.C., Chairman. WALTER CHUECHi Manager. ? Head Office : Corner PITT and KING STREET jgANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Established 1817. ' HEAD OFFICE: GEOEGE-STEEET, SYDNEY. Authorised Capital ? ? ? ... ... £3,000,000 Paid-up Capital (as on Sep tember 30, 1S394) 1,786,760 , Re...

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

? ^ Sjp'ecial Adveriisejpaettts. ? ^ ' p' '*'? TfflE. MUTUAL Lffl' OTSfJUNOK OOMPiHT OP SEW XOKK. ' 'ESTABLISHED, 1813. RICHARD A. .McOURDT, Pfasidoafc. ?THE LARGEST AND MOST SUCCESSFUL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY :IN- THE ' WORLD. EEC01D E0E 1894.; % ' iNCRiEASE IN ASSETS... ... M. ^ 7.: ov«r ^3,500,^)00 SURPLUS ... ... ... ... ... ... nearly 1,000,000 „ ..INCOME ? ? ? ? ... 1,200,000 Sworn EeturnB to the State Insurance Departments show the folloniag -figures relating to the condi« - tion and standing of the Company on December 31, 1894 ACCUMULATED ASSETS ... ... ... ... ... ...- ... £42,000,000 SURPLUS ? ? ? ... ... '4,600,000 ANNUAL INCOME ? ? ? ? 9,800,000 THESE RESULTS AEE UNAPPROAOHED BY ANY OTHER COMPANY. THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. Having no Capital Stock, but being a Strictly Mutual Compauy, both as to finances and management, all its Accumulated Funds and Assets belong to its Polioy-holders, and all the profits earned in the Business are payable to them excl...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUBSCRIPTION TO THE SUNDAY TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

SUBSCRIPTION TO T1IE SUNDAY TlftES. Country residents may obtain the Sunday Times -from local newsagents, or Lave it posted direct front the office, 109 York-street, Sydney, ou the following terms : — Pee Quarter ? Two Shillings Half-yeak ? Fouk Shillings. Year ? Eight' Shillings Subscribers outside New South Wales must add postage. THE SUNDAY HUES. ' IMPARTIAL : NOT NEUTEAL.' SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1895.

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THIRLMERE HOME COMPLAINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

THIRLMEItE HOItitf COMPLAINTS. Complaints have reached us in reference to the Thirlmere Home. We had supposed that this institution was conducted on the moSt satisfactory lines — and, indeed, have ?now no personal knowledge to the contrary. But, as subscriptions a-re invited for the Home, we think it only right to give some publicity to complaints made, in order that thoy may be inquired into. Briefly, they are to .the effect that the inmates of the Home are made to feel their position — are reminded that they ;u'e paupers — are , expected to perform duties which their ?strength does not permit them to do, and tare generally not treated in the kindly, considerate manner to be expected under the circumstances. Our information is to the effect that as a consequence of this treatment a number of the patients have of late left and gone into Government institu tions, one declaring that he would 'rather die on the road' than re main. We are informed that there are now nine ex - patients o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION AND THE COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION AND THE ?OOSDIfSSrOXERS. In view of .the fact that new lines of rail way will, shortly be again submitted to the consideration of. Parliament, and that rail way construction must for many years to Qome be part of- the policy of any Govern ment Which may be in office, the question of estimates and cost is one of the most , important. Tjje renjiqval of the Construc tion Branch .from the nontrol of the Works Department in order to place it under that ?fit the Commissioners responsible for the successful working pf the lines, seems the only safe and .sensible -course to adopt, and would, we think, be quite .'ip consonance with the opinion of the .present Chief Commissioner. In the j)osi tion in which, he is placed it would perhaps ,be unwise for him to express a direct .opinion on the point, but we have good : reason to believe that the Commissioners would be quite prepared to accept the re sponsibility if Parliament saw fit to make. ?-. . . .. - ? ' ' the change. T...

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

j HONEYMOON SOUYENIRS. ' I suppose,' said a society woman to a writer, ' that you have heard of the newest rad for brides. I mean the bridal albums, -v'nich so many of this summer's fashion able brides are getting up to celebrate their honeymoons. The notion is charming, and a friend of mine has one that is lovoly. She made every bit of it herself, including the oover. For the cover she took two pieces oF rough cardboard about nine inches .square, and then she had quite a lot of heavy linen paper cut to the same size, with two holes through one side of it to put the pink ribbons through to tie it together. Tbe bridegroom had a bunch of white carnations in -his buttonhole during the ceremony, and these she painted in the centre of tbe upper cover, while over the rest she scattered the Catherine Mermet roses which composed her bouquet. Inside all this gorgeousness were all sorts of souvenirs of the trip. First there was a picture of the first hotel they stopped at, which she cut from ...

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

ONLY 2 WEEKS MORE, Are left of tbo month, allotted for tho continuance MICK SIMMONS' ' GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. Last Sunday we told joa about a few useful and interesting items on ofter at this home of genuine and UNPEECEDENTED BAEGAINS, and now wo will just mention a few more. Bufc, make no mistake, you must HUBKY UP, for a rush has set in, aud if you delay too long the chance of picking will be gone. LADIES ESPECIALLY should call audinspoct the mugniiiccnt WEDDING KINGS and KEEPEKS in American rolled gold at Is 6d, Is yd, Us, aud L'b Od each, half the usual ratos, and an assortment of lovely rings of Eolled Gold, set with eenuiuo Carbon Diamonds, real Bparkhng gems, not common paste, at from 2s to 5s (id each, usual prices from 4s to l?s Cd. And they aro sure to admire the EOLLED GOLD LADIES' ALBERTS with pendants and tassels, at from Is to 4s 6d'each instead of from 2s (id to lus, which aro just the things to attach to dainty little LADIES' OXYDISED SILVEE WATCHES Warranted to keep ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE "SEND OFF " TO MR. M'MILLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

CHE ' SEND OFF' TO MR. M'MILLAJT. Mr. M'Millan occupies a position apart from the other New South Wales poli ticians. The banquet in his honor on Friday evening showed that, when repre sentatives of all political parties met to do him honor. He is the one politician in this section of Australia who gets a good word from all sides of political belief. Not that everybody believes in Mr. M'Millan, and swears by him, but even those who are opposed to him find that thoy can con gratulate him upon the possession of at least some good points. In a word, he is the man against whom it is the most diffi cult for opponents to say nasty things. They can, and do say nasty things; but not with the same ease and telling effect that they do against other public nien. Even adverse critics admit Mr. M'Millan's earnestness aud intelligence, and that is how he scores. In a political competition in these columns a year ago Mr. M'Millan was declared by our readers the 'most popular politician iu N.S.W.,'...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VOICE OE THE PEOPLE. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

VOICE OF THE PEOPLE. . v ? IETTERS TO THE EDIT0E, [The Editor does not hold himself responsible for the opinions expressed by correspondents.] Unwarranted Interfercuce. — 'An Indig nant Citizen ' writes complaining of the aotion of the police, in interforing with men lying in out-of-the-way places in the publio parks. - Recently he witnessed a constable cross-queHtioning some of these unfortunates as to how long it was sinoe.they worked, and tnen, on second thoughts, arresting one man for vagrancy. The writer points out that it is no orime to be out of work, also how hard it is to find employment just now; and goes on to state that it is muoh better that a non worker should have the privilege of a rest in the park than patrol the streets to advertise his distress or bo tempted to steal food from a shop to fill hi3 empty Btomach. As the police evidently think the easiest way out of the unemployed difficulty is to arrest all the non-workers for vagrancy, the writer oon oludes by remar...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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