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

YOU LOOK SICK ! YOU FEEL SICK ! YOU AEE SICK! WHAT WILL YOU DO ? IF YOU AEE WISE YOU WILL TAKE A COUESE OF CLEMENTS TONIC. The greatest renovator of a worn-out system the world has ever seen, positively and permanently restores manly virility, to prove which evidence is forthcoming from any quarter. ^ EEAD THIS CASE. Mr. A. E. Barnes, Albury-street, Mur rumburrah, N.S.W., who writes on June 13, 1893 : — ' I have been subjected to indi gestion for over twelve months, symptoms were headaches, want of appetite, -a drowsy feeling, especially a few hours after meals, and a heavy feeling on the chest, also a want cf energy. Hearing eo much of Clements Tonic as an invi'gorator and nerve strengthened I tried it, and am happy to say that in a very short time all disagreeable symptoms vanished as if by magic. I have never had a recurrence of the old disagreeable feelings since. I am only too happy to send this short testimony as to the great curative properties of Clements Tonic. Not alone ha...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LAW COURTS. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

THE IAW.C0UBTS. Monday, February 25. Central Criminal Court (eases, for Monday). — H. T. Boyd, soliciting to commit murder; George Dent,, conspiracy, assault, imprisonment; Thomas Bonnor, maliciously sotting fire to s, steamer; William Morton lewd conduct. TERar List. — New t;.ia! motions: Kenwood and another v Hoskir.s and others : Lucas v Borough of Drummoyne ; Barque Strathearn Company,' Limited, v M'llwraith. M iiacharn and Co., Limited ; Cooper v M'Cosker. Chamber List. — Ex parte Moonev, to set aside order; 3ma.--t v Stuurt, to entsr sug gestion 011 the roll ; Frost and another 'v Sands, to strike out pleas. _ In Equity (before His Honor the Chief Judge).— At 10 a.m.: Swift v M'Donaid, motion for leave to dismiss suit; Swift v Hann, motion for order to exeoute release. At 1] a.m. : Ellison v King, part heard. In Probate : Clarke v Perpetual Trustee Com pany, Limited, part heard. In Bankruptcy.— Before the Judge:— John Black, for further consideration (James Black and others, r...

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

' GINGER WINE JOSEPH.' 'I was at a certain town on a race day, and I saw a lot of temperance booths which made a liberal display of selling teetotal drinks, but I found ont that they were, so to speak, merely whited sepulchres. On inquiring of a friend whether anything but orangeade and all that sort of thing oould be bought, I was told that if I wont in and asked for ginger wine from the right bottle it would be all right. I did so, and the proprietor of the place produced me an excellent glass of whisky in the most confi dent manner. There was no difficulty at all, and I told a friend about the ginger wino magic, and he went and did likewise. And I have evory reason to believe that more ginger-wine was consumed on that course than had ever been conceived of in the annals of that delirious drink before.' — Sir Joseph Abbott testing tbe Prohibi tion Act of New Zealand. Joseph was touring through Egypt one day in his holiday trim When thirst that had scorched up most people came sudd...

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

QBE TELEPHONE. I Hello, Exchango ! Tbo Speaker, please P What ! — Ginger-wine Joseph? We prosuine you mean to Bay Sic Joseph Palmor Abbott ? Eh ! — you do ? Very well, then ; no frivolity, please ! Go ahead. Ho's on. | How do you do, Sir Joseph ? The Sunday Times understands that you have returned from your New Zealand tour much benefited in health ? Yes, I feel tip-top ; liver in good order, respiration free, appetite generous, tongue not coated in the morning, and weight greatly increased. Weight inoroased ! You had better bo careful about improvement in that direction, or the Chair won't hold you ! Well, it's handy to bo weighty, you know, when you have to sit on unruly members. Ha, ha! - Ha, ha 1 Very good. Bufc whafc is this story of yours about evading the New Zealand liquor laws P Oh, that was an excellent joke ! You seo -I was travelling in a part of Now Zealand whero tho womon have got tho uppor hand in respect of tho licensing laws, and prohibit tho sale of intoxicants. D'...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RECENT SENTENCES. MAY BE READ AND COMPARED WITH INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

RECENT SENTENCES. MAY BE READ AND COMPARED WITH INTEREST. The following instances of sentences imposed at the recent Metropolitan Quarter Sessions and Central Criminal Court will be read with interest, and tho comparisons in some cases are instructive : — Ann (iiiii, inan- j as. Arnold, a youcn, slaughter, sis mouths, perjury, three years This was the Adams- penal servitude, town case. Gray, au OsgakCaiiasco Roche, elderly woman, in a pas- a New Caledonian eon sion threw a knife at vicfc, stealing, three Eleanor Turnor, her years, brother's stepdaughter, Annie Peck, breach of aged 13, and killed her. Children's Protection ? Emily Gallan, sis Act, two years, months; MahyRoiikkts, Jxo. Skith, assault niuo mouths; and Bessie with intent to rob, two Steel, twelve months years, for assault and robbery. Uborox Murray and Gallan was recommended Samuel Cosguove, bur to merey. glory ; and. Frank JoskpiiNoblk, fraudu- Hamilton also charged, lently procuring a certi- but pleaded guilty to jicn...

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

THE TRiVSfO 0CCUEEES0E AT ABAMST0WH. Who was sentenced to six months' im prisonment for the killing of Eleanor Turner, her brother's stepdaughter, at whom, as a result of passion,, she threw- a knife, which pierced the girl's breast. MRS. ANN GRAY, OP ADAMSTOWN,

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUICIDE AT NORTH SHORE, A German Shoots Himself. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

SUICIDE AT NORTH SH0REa A German Shoots Himself. | About 7 p.m. last evening a German insn I ranee broker named Hugo Julius Groenlnnd committed suicido in a most determined man ner at his apartments, which he occupied with his wife at Mrs. Howio's boarding house, East Crescent, M'Mahon's Point. - teoenlund had asked his wife to write a letter from his dictation, and she- had com menced to do so, his back being towards her. She had only got as far as fche word ' Sir ' when she looked around and saw him fumb ling in a box. Immediately afterwards ha placed tho barrel of a revolver to his head and fired. Mrs. Groenlund ran out Ecream ing, when another lodger, named Roberi Givings, camo in and found Groenlund lyin^ aoross the bod with blood running from his right temple and a revolver on the floor between his feet. Dr. Ponkley was at onco sent for, and arrived soon after, but on examining Groen lund pronounced him to bo dead. The deceased had been out of employment for some timo, and was...

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

HEBE AND THERE. . ' More time ]' ' Ginger Wine Joseph.' The Civil Service Commission will report on March 3d. At Coolgardie you can get a whole grape for eighteenpence. Mr. Carruthers will not interfere bofcween tbe Manly ferry factions. Bandmaster Devary carries witb him to England the good wishes of many. Tho Curate is a depressed stock in the matrimonial market just at present. Consensus of feminine opinion favors tha moustache — long and silky for choice. Mr. Wragge has labelled his latest storm disturbance Xi — ifc is likely to be Si-ting. Abigail must feel bis position tho more keenly in view of the release of other ban& prisoners yesterday. Mr. Russell's forecast for to-morrow Light winds with scattered showers on tha coast ; fine and warm inland. Our Civil Service article on tho Colonial j Secretary's Department will appear next | issue ; also Xenophon on ' The Law.' ' So far as I could gather, the general view of affairs is somewhat gloomy, and the future of New Zea...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THAT'S WHAT IT MEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

THAT'S WHAT IT MEANS. The third count charged him (Anarchisfc Andrews) with publishing the same libel with intent to disquiet and disturb tho peace of the Queen and her subjects, and to stir up and incite such subjects to riot and tumultuous breaches of the peace, and to resist the police in the execution of their duty, and bring the force into hatred and contempt, and cause the subjects oi the Queen to believe that the law was improperly administered, with intent to stir up jealousy and ill-feeling, discontent, disquietude, bofcween different classes in the community, and endeavoring to persuade the people by force of arms to prevent fche proper exeoution of the laws of the colony and the preservation of the public peace. In the list of our offences ifc is well that w$ should know Which from what, and' ono from t'other, elss we likely are to go (Dressed in sombre suits, of patterns most re- pellant, rude, and odd), To that state of sweet seclusion which is some- times known as ' qu...

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

DO NOT BE GULLED WITH COSTLY ADVEBTISbJMENTS, but obtain full value for your money. OE5TLON Golden Tips, 2a 3d, Is 9d, Is 6d, Is 3d per lb. E. H. HABEIS and CO., Teamen, 21 Strand.0 J. BL WHITE (HEMB!CR OF TATTEUSALL'S-, 29 ROWE-STREET. COMMISSIONS EXECUTED, WEEMIif ©©TUEEILiES s MOOEEFIELD : TEAMWAY and MOOEEFIELD, 100 to I. WAEWICK FAEM, WEDNESDAY: WELTEE and WAEWICK, 100 to 1. MELBOUENE : NEWMARKET and AUSTEALIAN CUP. STEAIGHT-OUT ON at.t. THESE EVENTS. JOHN HAUSMANN, TUEF COMMISSION AGENT, 255 PITT-STREET, .SYDNEY. llember of TATTEESALL'S CLUB, SYDNEY, and VICTOEIAN CLUB, MELBOUENE, EXECUTES COHMISSIONS on ALL LEADING EVENTS Bun in the Australian Colonies. STEAIGHT-OUT and DOUBLES on tho NEW HAEKET HANDICAP ana AUSTEALIAN CUP. Telegrams muat bo narked, 'Haply Paid,' and J.H. ?will not receivo or pay unleao a roply confirm ing business id cent by him beforo the racaio run. Note Addeess— JOEJi HABSMAM, 255 Pitt-st, Sydney HAITW -.N IliilfllLDfl li JB J THE ONLY 'WHISKY IMPOBTED \^...

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

? JBasiaess SJ-p&ices. t KOBJEIfcTS' SINGLE BOTTLE DEPA&THENT,. . MAEKET-STBEET, NEXT GEOEGE-STEEET. VEEY SUPEEIOE OLD POET WINE, For Invalids. SPLENDID EUM, EIOH AND MELLOW For Coughs aud Colds, EOBEETS' SPECIAL WHISKY, For Influenza. THESE GOOD DEINKS. i WALKER'S WHISKY, THE QUEEN'S ALE, 1 ROSBACH WATER. JOHjST WALKEE, j 24 BOND-STEEET { OXEMAM'S MGNSTEE CASH PRIZE CONSULTATIONS. Drawn xrnUer tlie supervision of TATTEESALL'S CLUB COMMITTEE, BEISBANE. Assisted by leading Citizens aud Membara of the Press. NEWMARKET HANDICAP. 25.U0U at 5. Drawn publicly. .intho Centennial Hall, Brisbane, on the 27th inat. AUSTEALIAN CUP, 25,000 ut 5. Drawn on March 2. HAWKESBUBY HANDICAP, 25,000 at 5. SYDNEY GOLD CUP, 25,000 at 5. CAULFIELD CUP, F 50,000 at 5. MELBOUBNE CUP, 50,000 at 10. NEWMARKET HANDICAP and AUSTEALIAN CUP now rapidly fining. H. OXENHAM ia prepared to oxecnto coa* missions ou all tho principal oronts run ia Australia. -- NOW OPEN STEAIGHT OUT ON NEW SIABKET HANDIC...

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

DINE AT A TTh /V TwrrO? leadists M' { ) A\ ? v'/lj ^ COMMEBCIMi-; JiiJLi/ji.lO1 ffiSSTAURAKT, NOTED FOE OUfi CELEBRATED BEAUTIFULLY COOL. BEYILLEB WHITEBAIT, /TV} n yr\] WT\\ Vancouver Salmon, £ J U ;v \ jiM \_A ' K.Z. Flounder, (j n /v\ -j N ' ,pH 'Wild .Duck, Stilton and Gorgonzola silOJW 4aLi c=L~L=2j -3 Cheeses &c.s &c. , 482 avid 484 GEORGE-STREET, ; ? ? t 1 PITT-STEEET ENTRANCE, NEXT TATTERS ALL'S HOTEL, ELECTEIC LIGHT. LAEGE LAVATORIES. Billiard Room, Four Alcock's Tables, and Smoking- Lounges. LETTING OUT DEPARTMENT. I SYDNEY TRAMWAY AND OMNIBUS I COMPANY ' 1 AEE PREPARED ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE TO SUPPLY 1 LANDAUS, BRAKES, 'WAGGONETTES. AND OMNIBUSES 1 FOB BALLS, PICNIC, OR WEDDING PASTIES AT EEDUCED EATES. 1 LIVEE1ED COACHMEN AND FIRST-CLASS EQUIPMENTS. I OFFICE : 17 MACQUAR1E PLACE. TELEPHONE No. 696. | BEEG'S LONDON PIE HOUSE J JkJSST- EEFEESHMENT EOOMS, I 111 PITT-STEEET, Near HUNTEE-STEEET. The above establishment has been opened by W. H. BEEG, lata of M...

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RIVAL CHIEFTAINS.—AN AMBUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

KIYALi CHIEFTAINS.— AN AMBUSH. ? WAITING FOR THE VICTIM WITH A OLUB.— Forecast op the Opening ' off Parliament.

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FATALITY AT WATSON'S BAY. Drowned Whilst Fishing. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

3 FATALITY AT WATSON'S BAY. ? Browned Whilst Fishing. I Another fatality occurred at 'Watson's Bay, or more properly The Gap, yesterday after noon. It has been customary for a young : man named Harry Moyle to go fishing at Watson's Bay, and yesterday, in company with a younger brother, he proceeded there with the usual object. They were together for some time, but, while the younger one was cocupied, Harry disappeared without any par ticular notice being taken of him. Suddenly young Moyle w»s startled by seeing Shis brother, struggling in the WATER so many feet below. He at once informed Constable Walker, of Watson's Bay, who sent Out the pilot boat. The unfortunate young man was seen to batfclo against the breakers for some time, but when tho boat reached the EPot by means of the Heads, nothing was to be seen but his hat, which was picked up„' There is a very strong current thore, and sharks are now plentiful, and it is thought that ONE OF THE MONSTERS SEIZED HIM. The place is so d...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RETURNED NEW AUSTRALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

I RETURNED NEW AUSTRALIANS, j ITiie following returned New Australians lauded at Newcastle yesterday from the barque Bolivia : — Mr. and Mrs. White and two children formerly of Bundaberg (Q.) ; Sir. and Mrs. Marshall and one child, of Sydney ; Mr. Drake, of West Australia ; and Mr. Kaslin, of Queensland. They say thoy suffered many privations, and thank Captain Glasson, of tho Bolivia, for bring ing them home from- Buenos Ayres. / fljl By the timo this 'military scandal' is ? ? fni!y done with the authorities will pro II '''

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELEASE OF THE BANK PANIC PRISONERS. FRANK SMITH, G. FINLAYSON AND A. S. MILLER. Interview With Mr. Frank Smith. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

RELEASE OF THE BAM PANIC PRISONERS. — ? o ? ? FRANK SMITH, Gr. EINLAYSON AND A. S, MILLER., Interview With Mr. Frank Smith. Some Points About Eis Case — Gaol Life— A Qneer System— Dickens' Worts Rejected. Testeeday Frank J. Smith, George J. Finlayson, and Augustus S. Miller, who were sentenced to seven years' imprisonment in connection with the Australian Mercantile Loan and Guarantee Company case, were released from prison after serving three years,' they having been convicted on February 25, 1892. Next Saturday G. S. Hadfield and Charles Low, sentenced to a similar term, having been convicted March 2, 1892, in connection with tho Northum berland Banking Company, will also be re leased. MS. FRANK SMITH INTERVIEWED. In these express speed days, the most re markable events are little more than nine days' wonders, and though the offeefcs of the banking smashes, and panic about three yoar3 ago are still making themselves felt, tho aotual events connected therewith are almost ancient hi...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL. PROGRAMME OF PARLIAMENT. Land and Income Taxes—The Eddy Bill—Local Government and Federation. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

POLITICAL. 'PROGRAMME OF PARLIA MENT. Land and Income Taxes— The Eddy . Bill— Local Government and Federation. Parliament will reassemble on Tuesday next, when the first business of impor tance, we are informed by the Premier, will be the further consideration of the Land and Income Taxes Assessment Bill. The reappointment of Mr. Eddy as Chief Bail way Commissioner at an increased salary will also, without delay, be sub mitted to the House in the form of a Bill. The Premier also states that he has the assurance of the Local Government Com missioners that the distribution of districts for the purposes of Local Government will be completed by March 31, if not before, when the Local Government Bill will be immediately dealt with. A date cannot at present be named for the introduction of the Federation Enabling Bill, as the machinery clauses of the draft measure which was taken from the Tss manian Bill require looking into, in order to adapt them to the colony. Mr. Beid states that it i...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR PRODUCING INTERESTS. Mr, M'Millan's Mission. TO CONFER WITH THE AGENT-GENERAL. Mr. Pateson's Report Wanted, [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

OUR PRODUCING INTERESTS. Mr, M'Millan's Mission. TO CONFER WITH THE AGENT GENERAL. Mr. Pateson's Report Wanted. In reply to a question, the Premier yes terday informed a representative of the Sunday Times that tha remarks he had made at Mr. M'Millan'B banquet, as to taking advantage of that gentleman's visit to England for advancing the producing interests, had reference to a request that he (Mr. M'Millan) would consult with tho Agent-General, and give him the benefit of his advice in connection with the export of our produce, and report to the Government on the best steps to be taken in order to promote, the producing interests. In connection with this subject, Mr. Eeid also, in reply to an enquiry, stated that he certainly approved the suggestion made in the last issue of the Sunday Times, that information should be obtained by the Government from Mr. H. Pateson, who has lately visited England, on the subject of food exports. He would be extremely .glad to receive a visit from Mr....

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIEF TO UNEMPLOYED. Work in Return for Rations. "Earmarking the Loafer." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

RELIEF TO UiN EMPLOYED. Work in Retnrn for Rations. ' Earmarking the Loafer.' Hitherto in granting rations to the | necessitous but able-bodied unemployed, has not been the practice to ask Ibem to do any work in return for samo, but hence forth a new departure is to be taken. + . . Premier is of opinion that the gr.n. .... of relief without requiring work has a de teriorating effect even upon the best class ot my ll way iJavw Uttwii iui auuia tixu.0 uut ui employment. lb so happens that the building sites in the Centennial Park reserved by Parlia ment for sale in order to recoup the ex penditure on the Park are very uneven, and it would be undesirable to offer them for sale in that state. It has therefore been decided to require all able-bodied men, irrespective of their occupation or previous social position, who may apply for relief, to do a sufficient amount of work in levelling the ground as shall be equivalent to the rations supplied, this work being set apart specially for thi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LIVERPOOL ASYLUM. Is Cancer Contagious? A REPRESENTATIVE of the SUNDAY TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

THE LIVERPOOL ASYLUM. Is Cancer Contagions V A EEPEESENTATIVE of the SUNDAY TlMES yesterday saw Mr. bager, secretary to the Board of Health, with reference to a reso lution of the Liverpool Council : ' That in the opinion of this Council it is undesirable in the interests of the public health that inmates of the Liverpool Asylum suffering from contagious diseases should be allowed to parade tha Rtrcuta of the town, and ?further, that it strongly protests against further extensions being made to the cancer ward.' In reply to enquiries, Mr. Sager said j 'This is the first I have heard of the reso lution, and I don't think it is necessary for me to say anything. Cancer is not a contagious disease in the ordinary sense, any more than consumption ; in fact, if anything, consumption is tho more so of the two. . ' I do not profess to be a medical ex I pert, but so far as my opinion goes, I do j not think any action is necessary. The patients must go somewhere, and if wo I attempt to restra...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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