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AUSTRALIAN CUP BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

AUSTRALIAN CUP BETTING. The following prices are quoted by Mr. Oxenham's Sydney representative as repre senting the state of the market last night 3 to 1 v Preston 8 to 1 v Sternohaser 6 to 1 v Donation From 10 to 25 to 1 v 7 to 1 v Harvester others 8 to 1 v Havoo

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

LILLIE BRIDGE BACES. There wa3 a very good attendance at Lillie Bridge last night, when a pedestrian handicap nnd two pony races were run. Following are the results : — IOStds. PEDESTRIAN HANDICAP. W. H. Williams, 5iyds ? 1 Other starters in final : H. Gordon £-lyds, C. A. Martineer 10yds, T. A. Thorley 11yds, M. A. Phelan 114yds. Betting: 2 to 1 on Williams, 2 to 1 v Thorley and Gordon, 4 to 1 others. Won easily by half a yard from Martineer. BBIDGE HANDICAP (13.2 to 13.2%) — 4 furlongs. Mr. F. M'Carthy'B Vandah, 9st 81b (Evan) ... 1 Other starters 1 Speo 9st ilb. Jacobin 9st, Lily dale 8st 121b. Bettiug : 8 to 4 v Jacobin or Vandah, 3 to I Speo ofLilydale. Won by a head from Spec. GLKBE HANDICAP (14.0 to 14.14)-- 5 furlongs. Mr. C. Carroll's Antonee, 9Bt (Byan) ? 1 Other starters : Winnie Sst 81b, Here's Luok Sst 41b, Clytie 7st, Rose Mary 6st 71b. Betting: 6 to 4 v Winnie, 2 to 1 Antonee or Bose Mary, 4 to 1 others. Won by a length from Winnie. The following weights and classific...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RACING AT MOOREFIELD. Juvenile and Glendennon. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

KACINGr AT M00EEEIELD. Jnvenile and Glendennon. A large orowd of people patronised the races at Moorefield yesterday, the weather being warm, but a cool Bea breeze made the after noon pleasant. The sport waa of a satisfac tory oTder, and the business of tbe day well attended to by Mr. Jolly and his staff of helpers. Cricket and race telegrams were posted on the notice board, and visitors had — iu - „i.i. ? ? ,-l — : — 4-U ~ Otiupic LU uuuuyjf L 1 J. UbbeUblUll UUllUg vuo intervals in the raoing. Although Juvenile was not well backed, and started at 7 to 1, he led nearly all the way in the Tramway Handicap, and won cleverly from Marie May by half a length. The latter and Glendennon, who finished third, were galloping fast, but came too late to interfere with the winner. Bethel ran off at the home turn when running well. Waratah added to his winning reoord by carrying off the Welter Handicap after Sir Charles had made most of the running. Sir Charles waa favorite at 3 to 1, but was ru...

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

READ THIS CAREFULLY. Very quietly last week we started a genuine Cost Price Sale of Cigars and Tobacconist's Goods. No flourish of trumpets, no big advertising, only people who passed by our store looked in, and were astounded at the FEAST OF PRICES. In, faot. the prices are bo low (under cost in some instancos) that if it oame under the notice of the proprietors of the articles in question, they would refuse to Bupply ua with their goods in the interest of our pro higher-priced competitors. People should have & glanco at our window display if they want to Bave money. Meantime, the prices WE DARE NOT PUBLISH!. Sattoday Nioht. A Customer has just told u;j gratuitously that in his opinion we are the only peopls ia Sydney selling GENUINE WILLIAMS' VICTORY, 2oz. for 9d. M8 AND H. WOOLF AND CO.* Leading N.S.W. Tobacconists, 3 7© G-EOBGE - STX^JEETf NEXT G.P.O., SYDNEY. LETTING OUT DEPARTMENT. SYDNEY TRAMWAY AND OMNIBUS COMPANY ABE PBEPABED ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE TO SUPPLY LANDAUS...

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

SOUTH SYDNEf y. REDEERN. A large number of spectators evinced con siderable interest in this match at the Redfern Oval. The local people, however, were wofully disappointed, with the display of their man. The Redtern batsmen were utterly uuaula to shape against the bowling of the brothers Callaway, and wnre dismissed for 42. 1'. Yates, with 14, aloue attained double figures. J. Callaway captured five for 21 aud Sydney four for 2U. South Sydney | knooked up 9Z ior the loss ot only two wickets, Atkins being responsible for 47, in which were nine boundary su-o*ea. Xrumper made 25 not out, R. Donnan lu, aud H. Donnan 8 not out. Scores : — BEDFERN. A. H. Gregory, b S. Callaway ? 5 J. Parfitt, o sub, b J. Callaway ... ^ 1 A. Hauigan, b S. Callaway M 7 A. Watts, c and b J. Callaway ... ... 5 E. Hume, run out ? ... 1 T. Yates, c Truinper, b J. Callaway ... 14 J. Wilson, b J. Callaway ? ... 3 J. Whiting, b J. Callaway ? 1 A. Poole, b S. Callaway ? ? 1 F. Presoott, c Seari, b S. Callaway ... ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. ELECTORAL CRICKET. NORTH SYDNEY v EAST SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

CRICKET. ELECTORAL CEICKET. NORTH SYDNEY v EAST SYDNEY. This match was commenced on the Domain yes terday iu the presence of a large uuuiber of spectators. Nortn Sydney wou the tons, and elected to bat, but were unaule to make a stand againwt the East csydiiey bowling, with the exception of H. Ueane and Duff. The innings closed for lu3. East Sydney at tue call of time had lost six wickets for 110. H. Deaue played a capital innings for 38 for the Shoremen. Shea, Pitt, and Gould shared the bowling honors. J. Gould compiled 42 aud Hinchy 33 not out in good form for East Sydney. Scores : ? NORTH SYDNEY— First Innings. H. Deane, st Burton, b Gould ? 38 F. Wade, b Pitt ? ... n J. Kelly, b Pitt ... ? 0 Dtilf, b Pitt ? ? J7 Wheatley, run out ? ? ... 10 H. Wade, b Shea ..1 ... ... a H. Wlmley, b Shea ? ? 0 Doneghne, c Fitzgerald, b Gould ... 13 Bereory, b Shea .„ ... .„ M, 0 Sampson, not out ? ? ^ 4 Nelson, st Burton, b Shea ... 5 Sundries ? ? ... „ 3 Total ? ? ? ? 103 BowuNa Abaltsis. o. k....

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

A WONDERFUL INVENTION. Mr. 'William Merton, wptchmaker, Sydney (lata of Hill End), in conjunction with Dr. Wiston Baker (also of Hill End), has invented a new method of opening- all tins without the ( aid of a tin-opener. Like all great inventions, ' the pull- wire tin ' is simplicity itself, and is J as follows; A slight corrugation is made ? ? ? ^ IK. i. ? ~C iL. — ? ? j_1 . ± ' /-v | uruuuu uua tup ui uuh run 01 cue tin. U110 end of a pioce of 'thin steel wire is soldered in I the corrugation, wound around tho top of thia tin in the oorrugation (which is the bod of the wire) to within half-an-inoh of tbe other end, and is then passed through a small hole in the top rim of the lid, and is formed into a loop. The lid is soldered on, and tho hole through whioh the wire passes ia hermetically sealed. Anyone wishing to open tho tin hangs the loop on a nail and pulls gently, when the wire cuts the top of the lid almost off, leaving only half-an-inch^ to aot as a hinge, but does not lea...

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

AMATEUR FISHliKJIEN'S ASSO CIATION. The progress of this Association has been so phe nomenal that one is inclined to look about for tho canses that have brought about ' the consumma tion devoutly to be wished.' First then, the objeots of the Association commend themselves, and there has been exhibited such a grasp of the subject by the committee aud officers, and the discipline of the Association is so well maintained, that this in itself constitutes au element of success. But thero is another cause, and that is tho whole-hearted encouragement given to the move ment by the Sunday Tijies aud Referee. The daily papers will follow as a matter of course, hut again the Sunday Tisies must score one for its leadership of public opinion and its prompt gauging of what looked at first an experimental affair. The Association at time of writing numbers 85 paid-up members, but there are fully 40 moro men who havo been elected. The petition which has beeu drawn up by the Association, having for i...

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

BALMAIN v. STRATHFIELD. These teams glayed a match iu the semi-final round of the Pennant matches on . the Ashfield Green yesterday. The game was a keenly-contested one from the commencement, and it was only in the final round that Balmain obtained a lead of 6 points. The scoreB were : Balmain, 100 ; Strathfield, 94.

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

BOWLING. CITY v. ASHFIELD. A friendly fonr-rmk match was played yesterday between teams from tho Ashfield and City Clubs ] ou the green of the latter. The city team had a lead of two at the end of the first half hour, but at tho expiration of the second round were two be hind. Tlie.home team at this stage of the game improved their play, and at the close of the third half hour were leading by 17. At the commence ment of the last round the Ashfield team had a de ficit of 25 to face, but they proved unequal to the ocoasion, aud lost the game by 32 points. Tho scores were : — a. c. No 1. — Kay, Searle, Laurence, HoBlcing, 21 — Cansdell, Howie, Chapman, Muir — ? 83 No. 2. — Pierce, Morris, Thomas, Davis 20 — Morris, Carpenter, Goddard, Gelding ? — 31 No. 3. — Groth, Hutchings, Dupain, Joseph sou ? 25 — Lyons, Graham, Coker, Hughes — 17 No. 4. — Drake, Upward, Whittle, Gelding 18 — Spear, Hedges, Knight, Nightin gale ... ... ? ? ... — . 85 Total... ? 84 116 The half-hour scores were ; As...

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

GENERAL REMARKS. The activity in tho investment market con tinues, and the volume of business trans acted on 'Change is still considerable. There appears to bo no reason to Buppose that the limit of prices for first-rate stook has been nearly reached. For instance, A..T.S. Banks at present rates are at least twenty shillings too low, and will, we imagine, improve to that extent vory shortly. Commercial of Sydney shares, too, are well worth the money now given for them, and the same remark applies to almost all the best of our banking shares. Mont de Piete, Tooths, Shale and Oil, Richardson and Wrench, and sevoral otherR of this class have all hsd atten tion, and shares in almost every sound con cern which will give a moderate rate of interest have been in request. The mining market has not been particularly lively, still a fair amount of business has been transacted, not so much on as off 'Change. Gympie and Charters Towers mines take up most attention, but, so far as Sydney is conc...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING and FINANCE. THE MINES AND THE MINING MARKET." Encourage a native industry like mining, will develop the national resources." OUR LETTER BOX. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

MINING and FINANCE. ? ? * ? THE MINES AND THE MINING MARKET. ' Enoourage a native industry like mining, whioh will develop the national resources.' OCR LETTER BOX. TO COBBESPONDENTS. [Letters must reach us, addressed to the Mining Editor, before Friday. No notice is taken ot anonymous correspondence.] X.Y.Z. (Bonrke). — 1, It is a limited liability, nnd not a no liability company, 2. Neither the Melbourne nor the Sydney Stock Exchange have for several years quoted the shares of new mining companies which are founded on the limited liability principle. Handsman. — Wo hav« not henrd the rumor you refer to, but as a matter of fact tho best part of the mine has now been worked out, and tho price of the shares indicates that the Adelaide ponple (who are the principal holders) are not so sanguine of tho future as they were some time a[ro. S.J.H. — 1. At the Public or at tho Parliamentary Library, and no doubt Mr. Pittman, the Govern ment Geologist, will have a copy. 2. YeB, hold No. 1 Nor...

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

Special Advertisements. - THE CITY MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, Limited. READ OFFICE: INTERSECTION HUNTER, BLIGH, AND CASTLEREAGH STREETS, SYDNEY. THE MOST LIBERAL AND PROGRESSIVE LIFE OFFICE IN AUSTRALIA. POINTS WORTH NOTING ABOUT THE SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. 1. NEW BUSINESS Shows an Increase of jS4147, as against .£376$ for 1893. A Society's Increasing New Business is always Strong Evidence of its Increasing Popularity. 2. RENEWAL PREMIUMS Show a Considerable Improvement — -822,693 for 1894, as against £21,293 for 1893. The CITY MUTUAL LIFE is the Only Office which so far has been able to Show an Improvement in this respect. ? ?! 8. DEATH CLAIMS are Remarkably Small. More than 40 per cent, less than might have been expected under the Table of Mortality on which the Society .is working (the H.M.) — £4983, as against .£8500 expected. This Evidences the Strictest Care in the Selection of Risks. 4. THE BONUS CERTIFICATES for the past three years, 1892, 1893, and 1894, are expected t...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WORLD OF SPORT. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6. SAILING NOTES. And Yesterday's Events. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

WORLD OF SPORT. . CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6. SAILING NOTES. And. Yesterday's Events. ; (By ' Weatheb-Eye.') Five race3, a steady blow from tlie east eouth oaat, and an ebb tide went to make something of yesterday's sport here, although the great cricket match and the Victorian races occupied so much attention. The Johnstone's Bay Sailing Club atill chows its vast enthusiasm in regard to sailing, even in the autumn of tho sailing season. Yesterday thero was a fine turn out of spectators on the club's steamer (Lady Manning), and as for the compoting boats, they and their bonny boys were apparently as fresh as they were at tho season's beginning. Iolanthe struck trouble in the R.S.Y.S. race yesterday. No sooner had she crossed tho line than the pin of tho standing part of her bobstay carried away, and it took four men three- quarters of an hour to repair damages. Later on she lost her topmast, at a time, too, when she had the race well in hand. It was only a fishing-rod kind of spar at bes...

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

i^ll Evert well-regulated mind must be ex cessively relieved by tho fact that our Harbor, city, and tbe Jenolan Caves havo received tbe distinct approval of a semi roval personage within the last few days. Whatever doubts may have lingered in our uninstructod minds tis to tho merits of any of these things may now be held to have been finally removed, and we shall be able to rest in the calm assurance that our Harbor is really beautiful, that our city ia creditable, and our caves decidedly worth seeing, since they have been formally blessed by a Battenberg, and duly certified to be quite up to what they were cracked up to be. This, it may be hoped, will relieve the severe tension which the public mind has experienced previous to the Royal assent being given to each of our little treasures, which, like Touchstone's Audrey, one could before only modestly allude to as 'a poor thing, but mine own.' It is unnecessary to harrow the mind by speculating what would have happened if the verdic...

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

ROYAL SYDNEY YACHT SQUADRON. A race for yachts, 10 -rating 'and under, han dicapped, was sailed yesterday afternoon. The course was from the Orlando's buoy, round ft.S.Y.S. buoy at Manly, Shark Island, Fort Deni Ron, lightship, Shark Island, and finish between Orlmido's buoy and flagbbati;. -Entries?' included Iolantho, 7-4-rating-, Mr. W: 'Til'. Maclardy Isea. P.O.riitino- Til* T1 Mil for/I o„;„ . ? ? d *1 t-..i ^-rating-, Mr. F. Woolcott-W.iley, iiOmin. The rater failed' to come £6. the post,- so the race thus resolved itself into a match between tbe larger yachts. Punctually to time the boats got away, but when scarcely across the line Iolanthe's bobstay carried away, and. Dr.;Milford courteously waited while the damage' was miide good.' Even tually both boats got away at 3h 7min, Isea being half a length in front, with Iolanthe to windward, 'i'lie wind was moderate from the south-east,- aud two boards took them round Bradley's, at which )-o5nt the yachts were looked' together. I...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JOHNSTONE'S BAY SAILING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

JOHNSTONE'S BAY SAILING CLUB. A 22ft handicap race was sailed yesterday by the above club over tho lightship course (handioaps given at the start) for prizos, £6 (presented by A. *C. J. Wood, Esq.), £2, and .£1, given by the club. The entries and starters, with their skippers and handicaps were: — Gladys. J. (Soramerville) aud iusmeraida (YY. Keacl), scratcn; secret iu. xiuiiuks. sen.), Portia (G. Ellis), and Latona (Chris Webb), lmin. The start was a good one. Esmeralda on Gladys' weather, walked away from the latter on tbe beat down from Goat Island, and had a fine lead at Bradley's ; the order in clearing that point was: Esmeralda, Secret, Latonn, Gladys, and Portia. On the reach to the lightship an equal distance separated each boat of about a minute. The times at the lightship were : Esmeralda 4b JOmin 56sec, Secret 4h lluiin 4Usec, Latona 4h 12Diin 4260c, Gladys 4h 13min 55sec, and Portia 4h llmin 52sec. The same order was maintained at Shark Island. The times rounding the buo...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
10FT DINGY CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

10ft DINGY CHAMPIONSHIP. This event was sailed yesterday under the auspices of the Johnstone's Bay Sailing Clnb for prizes of £3, £1, and 10s, over the usual Shark Island course. There .were eleven_ entries, in cludiugtwo new craft in the Boy and Kaiaoe, which made their first appearance in this race. The entries aud skippers were : — Marcelle, E. Doran ; Haidee, T. Colebrook, Jun. ; Venora, F. Pontey ; Young Clive, VV. Holmes : Celia, J. C. Boyd : Tam o' Shanter, P. Cowie : Eaceland, B. Cameron ; Lady Mary, L. O'Toole ; Noel, J. Cronin ; Neva, A. Simpson; nnd Boy, J. Hawkes, After an exciting race on the most propitious of days, Boy carrisd off the championship, with Haidee second and Yenora third.

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

SYDNEY AMATEUR SALING CLUB. The Becond event for the Galley trophy was sailed yesterday afternoon : — In the first heat places went to Bronzewing, Varuna, and Victoria. The . entries and time allowances according to club scale were ^Bronze wing, 25.6ft, scratch ; Yaruna, 23.6ft, 2min 35sec ; Genesta, 20.8ft, timin 49sec; Curlew 19.5ft, Smin 25sec; Victoria, 18.1ft, llmin 47sec ; Brownie, ib.SJft, 1 timin : L'ariaU, JLB.iiit, iBmin; xaipo, 15.8ft, 17miu. The usual lightship and Shark Island course was chosen, measuring 10i nautical miles. The floet got away together at 3.15 p.m., and handicaps were deducted at the finish. Genesta, Curlew aud Victoria did not face the starter. Bronzewing and Varuna went right away from the rest of the fleet, and it was a close race between them. The times at the finish were : Bronzewing (winner) 5h 15mln 55sec, Varuna 51i 1 Smin 45sec, Curiad 5h 51miu 7seo. Brownie and Taipo were not timed. Bronzewing thus boat Varuna by 15sac, and socuros the trophy,...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POPULAR DISCUSSION FOR MEN ONLY. How Women Should Wear Their Hair. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

POPULAR DISCUSSION POR MEN ONLY. How Women Should Wear Their Hair. Herewith we give the first batch of letters upon the all-important subjeot of how in the opinion of the male sex the women ought to wear their hair : — 'WAVY HAIR WHISPERING WORDS OF LOVE.' ' Archie' thus poetically expresses him self 1 — In solectim? a eirl for a wife I should take care to see if her hair was np to date, because I should oonsider if it were so that she would be more inclined to make an UDto date wife, by discharging her domestio duties satisfactorily. I should like to see her with nioe wavy hair of a light chestnut color, fall ing gracefully, and played upon by the breeze like the waves of the sea, seeming to whisper words of love. ' WHEN UNADORNED ADORNED THE MOST.' ' A Brother ' very lucidly discnsseB the question in these words : — lhe ladies have so many Y9ry becoming modes in which to dress their tresses, and the technical descriptions are so embarrassing to the average male admirer, that it is...

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