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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

ONE BOS OF QLAEEE'S B 41 PILLS is war ranted to eure all discharges from the Urinary Orjfaua, in oither sex, Gravel and Pain in the haqk. guaranteed free from Hereury. So.ld in Boxes, -is Gd each, hy all Obomistg mid Patent Hcdicino Tfondora. Sole Pxonriotoro, TOn Liif-' coiH ^np Uwlahb CoannHB Bhca ^W-LIaaolSi,

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BIRDS WHISTLED "THE DEAD MARCH." "Even the birds on the trees learned to whistle the' Bead March.'" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

i THE BIRDS WHISTLED ' THE DEAD ! ! MAKCH.' j ' Even the birds on the trees learned to whistle the ' Bead March.' ' It was an old soldier who was talking. ' Wo were in camp,' he said, ' in a fiat, malarious part of the country. Our Colonel was a splendid fighter, but didn't appear to have any idea of sanitary matters. Just then wo wero in more danger from disease than from tho enemy. Presently fever broke out, and the men died by the dozen. Hardly a day but we buried some of them in the swaniD : in fact. we play od the ' Dead March ' so often that I used to fancy the birds in the trees had learned to whistle it.' 'Awful sorry, you know, boys,' said our Colonel, ' but so long as we have to stay here we can't help having the fever.' ' Yet the Colonel was wrong, as another regi ment camped near us almost wholly escaped. But their commander fought the malaria with sanitation and preventive medioine. That made the difference.' In January, 1892, tho influenza was epidemic at Stebbing, nea...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

m^BEJELLA SHOW. WE ARE NOW MAKING A SHOW OP LA DIES' TJMBEELLAS IN ALL QUALITIES. jteae Goods are imported direct from the makers, and for novelty and design are equal to anything in the colonies. See those at 3s lid, 5s lid. and 7s lid. They are without doubt the BEST VALUE IN THE CITY. OSBOIiNlE~AlSrD CO., 57 OX FOED-STEEET, ONE MINUTE FROM HYDE PARK. NEW BUILDINGS.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

. ? ~ ? D K, X 2sT El'1111 ' ' EXTRA. LIGHT, WHOLESOME, AjSTD PALATABLE, NEW BREW NOW SELLING FEEELY. ' DRINK GRANNY'S BLEND, A CAPITAL ,l'j JLs OD. k\ hJSL lib and *lb PACKETS, also 12, 20, and 401b AIR-TIGHT CANISTEiig. ALL GROCEES AUSTD STOEEKEEPEEa, SOLE AGENTS : A,. GRAY .AJSTD CO., 116 LIYEEPOOL-STEEET, vERiirs hansam's i HYDKAUUU SPEAY . j TOTILAT011S WHIATOES- j CO., Gas and Hydraulic Engineers. Contractors for Lighting ] Heating, and Yentilating. | Wo can show you the BEST and CHEAPEST COOLING APPLIANCES in the WOBLD at | Onr Show S£qoieib : SfcJJEEN'S lPIiACE, SinMTJEY. «, following are some of the Buildings where our Yentilating Appliances are in use s ne ouprem© Court, Tl»e Sydney Hospital, The Central Police Court, The Sydney Art £ ballery, Adams Caf^, Hatte and Co., Newtown, and hundreds of others. & ? ? I Medical. 'WATTS7 PECTORAL OXYMEL » » CARRAGHEEN or IlilSH MOSS, For Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Asthma, &o. The unrivalled success of this medicine, no...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

THE LEADING- BRAJSHD, SHAMROCK $ ' WHISKY, PURE AND MELLOW. CHOICEST SPIRIT IMPORTED. ILooIi for fi'rize Coupon# Under Cajpstales. ? ? ? ? . — . . _ „ i

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

S. JBElSnSTETT AJsTD CO., Tea Dealers, Grocers, Wine and Spirit Merchants, 476 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, AEE SELLING MEL YIN'S EDINBURGH PALE ALE, Per case, 6 doz pints, 53 per doz ; 4 doz quarts, 7s per doa. BOAR'S HEAD ALE (Bottled bt Hall), Per case, 4 doz quarts, 7s per doz. GUINNESS' BOAR'S HEAD PORTER (Bottled bt Hall), Per case, 8 doz pints, 6s 3d por doz ; 4 doz quarts, 8b 9d per doz. COMBE AND CO.'S EXTRA LONDON STOUT, Por case, 6 doz pints, 5s 9d per doz ; 4 doz qn&rts, 7b 6d per doz. St. ESTEPHE CLARET, 12s per doz. ALBURF MUSCAT, Fine Matured Wine, 18s per doz. ALBURT PORT, Old Wino, excellent value, 24s per doz. AGENTS for DOYLE'S Red and White KALUDAH — Pints, 12s ; quarts, 21fi pfir dol Monthly Price List Forwarded ou Application. YOU HAVE NO IDEA AT WHAT ADVANTAGE XQXJ CAN BUY BOOTS A.ND SHOES. IT WILL PAT YOU to send for our CATALOGUE, and JUST RUN TOUR EYE down it -.. 10/6 0IJR otek HALF-GUINEA 3000 PAIRS BOOTsaf iwIb 8oid ARE STILL IN W ^ LAST 10NTH. GREAT DE...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAND SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

LAND SETTLEMENT. Touching tho much-discussed question of settling people upon -the land, iu spite of all that has been said, it is the only alter native for the bulk of the population of a country suoh as this, with almost unlimited natural resources. No doubt the problem of how to effect it will be difficult to realise and long drawn out, but it is the only solution, and if it cannot bo effected, then Australia may write ' Ichabod ' over its portals. A good deal of nonsense is talked in this connection as to the' impossi bility of competing with experienced pro fessional farmers. It is not required that all those who live upon the land should do so. They must learu to produce largely for home consumption, and not ' necessarily for the market. Thousands of manual workers, and brain workers, too, who know little or nothing of practical farming or gardening for the open market, could tell of growing sufficient produce to materially reduce their household expenses with small plots of l...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INCOME TAX AMENITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

INCOME TAX AMENITIES. Whenever that unpleasant impost, the Income Tax, which has been casting its shadow before us for some time, becomes an accomplished fact in this country, it is to be hoped that both the Legislature and the Executive will endeavor to avoid the blunders which appear to have accom panied its advent m' some of tho other colonies. In New Zealand, for instance, notice has been served upon representa tives of English firms doing business in the colony that they must furnish prior to leaving the colony, or from time to time, as may be required, returns in the form ' and manner provided, of the income de rived from all or any trade or business entered into or contracted for within the colony, the values of such trade or busi ness entered into or contracted for to be ascertained from pro forma invoices pre pared on the orders given. They are further informed that any person failing or neglecting to furnish thiB return, auy goods subsequently imported by his prin cipals m...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TYPHOID AND CEMETERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

TYPHOID AND CEMETERIES. One fruitful source of typhoid has been pointed out recently in the existence of public burying-grounds in the vicinity of large centres of population, such, for in stance, as that connected with the Church of England at St. Peters, which, it appears, ib in close nroximitv to tho nuhlic school and numbers of private dwelling-houses. Some time ago an outbreak of typhoid, re sulting in several deaths, occurred in the locality, and was attributed to the soakage from the graves. The attention of the Board of Health was called to the matter, and the closing of the cemetery ordered ; but it is stated that interments continue to take place there. Surely there is some power sufficient to prevent the serious danger arising from such a source. When the Necropolis at Rookwood was opened it was understood that all cemeteries sur rounded by dense populations in 'the suburbs would be closed, and it certainly seems necessary in the intorests of the whole community that such...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXINGS GRIFFO AND DIXON FIGHT A DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

BOXINGJ GRIFFO AND DIXON FIGHT A DRAW. A cablegram dated New York, January 20, in Sporting Life (Enpr.) says: — 'George Dixon and Griffo foutrht 25 rounds to a draw at the Coney Island Athletic Club yesterday evening, in the presenoe of about 4000 spec tators. It was a game battle from start to draw, and many pronounced it the best exhi bition of the kind ever witnessed here. Both men wore in prime condition, brilio showed marvellous qualities as a fighter, beinpr much quicker ou his feet than Dixon, and very clever with his hands. He also displayed great skill in dodging Dixon's terrible rushes, which not one of his former opponents has been able to do ; aud the agility Griffo dis played in these taatics earned him round after round of deserved applause. Dixon took the offensive from the firBt. In stature he appeared small when compared with his athletic adversary. Griffo was evidently the fresher of. tho two at the finish, while Dixon seemed the stronger. Tho contest, taken all in...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

CYCLING. (Br ' 'Wheeler.') I Acceptances for the 'Wheel Eace are due on March 30, handicaps appearing on March 9. The second day's handicaps will be issuod on April 1, and acceptances are due next day. Tho League has secured some superb posters for advertising the meeting. Intercolonial visitors will he in ri r! ft liminrnrv mnmhnra of tlm AgRnftifttion Cricket Ground. The League is arranging a lonpr list of picnics, excursions, &c., for the visitors from the otlier colonies. There will be a half-mile bicycle race run at Lillie Bridfte nest 'Wednesday night in conjunction with tlie finals of the March pony meeting, for which entries will close to-morrow (Monday) night. THE MONSTEE CARNIVAL. Though the promoters wero all along satisfied that the monster race meeting under the auspioes of tho League of Wheelmen would be a large success, they were gratified beyond expectation yesterday when receiving entries. The total entries for the nine events received at the headofiice alon...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

THB i b s g. ?i I p § g | g - I i i M ° iR0SVEf30R SQUARE, SMJEYd F. PAGET, WlANflQER. W. H. PALING km CO,, LIMITED. PER ' MELYILLE ISLAND,' Another Shipment Just Arrived, and 'J'lioy Sell Easter Than we Can Import Them ! GENUINE LIPP PIANOS, World Famous. Kich, ]Lipp, and Sohn, EXQUISITELY PUEE AND SWEET TONE. PEEPECT MECHANISM. UNSURPASSABLE STBENUTH. W. H. IPALIINTBr A.1STD CO., LTD., S38 ©eorge-stoee^;, ffoir S TE INf AY PIANOS. Tho Stoinway !PianO is a distinctly original creation, whose highest standard of exoellence is the result of the progressive improvements made in building up . a Now and Perfect System of Piano Construction by Steinway and Sons. w. h. pmmlm co., limited, . HATE PIANOS BY ALL BEST MAKERS. Being the Largest Buyers of Pianos in Australia, and paying: cash at the Faotories, they have tho firBt ohoice of the world's markets, obtain Pianos very muoh oheaper than other firms, and are thus ENABLED TO GIVE YOU BETTER VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY, EITHER FOR CASH OR FOR C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

480 George St., S^dne^ SIX ENAMELLED CABINETS, TOGETHER') FOt- WITH A BEAUTIFUL ENLARGEMENT ON OPAL OR PERMANENT BROMIDE, f BlD 8i*e 10 x. 12 inohes. ^ ; '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CENSURE MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

THE CENSURE MOTION, j^ever was a motion of censure tabled under less exciting conditions than that moved by Sir George Dibbs on Wednesday, the day after the re assembling of Parliament. Although it was generally believed at the out set that the result would not mean the downfall of the Government, and that the debate would do little more than waste time, still it was conceded that the leader of the Opposition was within his rights in taking the step. It was just as well that the parties should be mustered under their re spective flags, and the true state of feeling ascertained. When this has been done there' is no reason why the business of the country should not be got on with without factious opposition until the time fixed for the revision of the tariff arrives. When that period is reached, if post poned promises are not redeemed the Houso will be entitled to re-consider the position and act upon it as circum stances appear to warrant. In the meantime a great deal of necessary wo...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUBSCRIPTION TO THE SUNDAY TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

SUBSCRIPTION TO TIIE SUNDAY TIMES. Country residents may obtain the Sunday Times from local newsagents, or have it posted direct from the office, 109 York-street, Sydney, ou the following terms : — Per Quarter ? ? Two Shillings Half-tear ? f ... Four Shillisos. Yeab ? Eight Shillings Subscribers outside New South Wales must add postage. THE SUNDAY TIMES. 'IMPARTIAL: NOT NEUTRAL.' * ? SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 1895.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

TO CORRESPONDENTS. H.E. — Will use Rorke's Drift if satisfied that it is original. P. — It is nothing new to us that fish are trampled and expectorated upon iu the Woolloomooloo Market. We exposed that long since, but judging by tbe apathy of the bulk of the oitizens they prefer their fish that way.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CHARGE DISPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

A CHARGE DISPROVED. Not only the friends of the ex-Minister for Public Works, but all those who value the credit of the colony and the reputation of ourpublic men, will be gratified at the find ing of the select committee appointed to en quire into the Woolloomooloo Bay land resumptions, In connection with which grave insinuations of collusion were made against the Hon. W. J. Lyne. It will be remembered that the gravamen ot the charge was that Mr. Lyne settled tho claims without consultation with the Crown Law officers, and it was contended that this fact opened the way for corrupt and improper settlements, if such had not actually occurred. As a matter of fact, it has been shown that the settlement arrived at in connection with this particular matter was fair and reasonable, and the committee state that with regard to the objections raised by the Crown Solicitor regarding the settlement of claims by individual Ministers or Cabinet while they are in the hands of the Crown law office...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE COST OP KEEPING CHINESE LEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

THE COST OP KEEPING CHINESE LEPERS. The suggestion made by Dr. Graham, M.P., that the Chinese Government be approached regarding the cost of main taining Chinese lepers, seems nothing but fair and reasonable. As a general thing, of course, the community must be pre pared to provide tor tne destitute sick within its borders, no matter of what nationality or race they may be, but in the case of the lepers the circumstances are entirely exceptional. The disease is not one to which British subjects have been subject apart from communication with affected persons, and has not onfy been brought hero by Chinese, but they furnish by far the larger, proportion of sufferers fox whom1 provision has to bo made. In addition to this, the natnro of the disease necessitates special and extra ordinary means of treatment and isolation, with a correspondingly large expenditure, out of proportion to that connected with ordinary hospitals. It is bad enough that we should be subjected to the danger of co...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHORT, SHARP, AND DECISIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

SHORT, SHARP, AND DECISIVE. Whatever may be tho result of the pending censure debate in the Assembly, it is to be hoped that the time of Parlia ment will not be wasted by interminable talk and the prolongation of the discussion without auy reasonable object. It can hardly have escaped notice in connection witn the recent motions of censure directed against Lord Rosebery'a Government in the British House of Commons, that the debates in each instance were closed in two or three days at most, and this although the divisions in two instances were un usually close. Of course, this was only rendered possible by leaving the debate mainly to the recognised leaders of the House, because it i3 evident that if the rank and file of 650 members insisted on their right to speak, the discussions would be proceeding still. Unfortunately, a con trary practice prevails here, where every member, whether or not he has got any thing new or pertinent to say, persists in saying it. There is no possible ju...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND COMMENTS. THE LAW OF LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

NOTES AND COMMENTS. ? ? ❖ ? ? THE LAW OF LIBEL. Some strange objections were taken in the Assembly to the clause in Mr. O'Sullivan's Bill to amend the law of libel providing that fair and accurate newspaper reports of the proceedings of public meetings should be privileged, which can only be re garded as in the highest degree fallacious and misleading. The fear that such a clause would be taken advantage of by the Press to calumniate individuals is ex tremely fanciful, inasmuch as no such re sult has followed the enactment of a similar law in England and some of the colonies. To constitute a fair and accurate report it would in the iirst place be necessary to give the name of the Bpeaker, who would then be personally responsible to both tho civil and criminal courts for any libellous statements, whilst no weight would attach to the utterance of men of neither character nor standing in the community. Gi vingpublicity to their remarks would be a very different thing to vouching for th...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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