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THE CITY MUTUAL &IFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

THE CUT MUTUAL $LIFE ASSU RANCE SOCIETY, 'LIMITED. It is hardly to be wondered atl that the direc tors of the City Mutual Life AsSiuranoe Society should wish to direot special attention to some r of the points contained in the sixteenth annual report, seeing that t?aie features in oAVrrl crr.r.H A or, „ on. I ^ucouiuu ftuuiu guuu ouucuuw-uji.tuw buui;«s#lui working of thesocietv and thennaterial growth of its business in the face of the prevailing depression. The new business shows an in crease of iM147, as against .£31750 for 1893, and the renewal premiums aluc show an im provement of ^£1300 over the pre vious year, the City Mutual being, it is claimed,itho only office which so far has been able to: show an im provement in this respect. Policy-holders will also be glad to hear that the .bonuB certifi cates for tho past three ywars will issue shortly. In future they will be issued annually. We have received a copy of jHorton's Bulb catalogue for 1895. The book isw carefully got np, ...

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

SOFT, LOOSE ROLLS. ' Warrigal's ' opinion is : — Tho style of the hair has a good deal to do with the style of the face, but there is one fashion whioh be oomes no face ; that is, the ' A la Potter,' better known as the bird's neBt. I also think it looks extremely untidy. As to the ' bun,' I oonsider it simply abominable. The pret tiest style, in my opinion, is the hair done in soft, loose rolls, with the front hair curled nicely and a net arranged over it. This is stylish and beooming to most faces. The hair coiled round the head, too, iB very becoming and ladylike.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HAIR A GREAT AID TO BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

THE HAIR A GREAT AID TO BEAUTY. ' 'Possum ' writes : — My opinion is that a woman should find out which fashion suits her form and leature best, and remain con stant to it — the neater tho stylo the better. There are women who, when they wear the fringe and bun, are, to put it mildly, very loud, but when fashion's whims order a roll and plait, become positively handsome. Women should remember that the style they wear their hair in regulates, to a great extent, their beauty, and that, though Miss A ? looks well with side combs and nets, they make MisB B ? appear outrageous.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOES NOT OBJECT TO BUNS OR ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

DOES NOT OBJECT TO BUNS OR ROLLS. 'Walter Hill' writes: — The manner in which ladies arrange their hair is I think de cided by their figure and style, and also greatly by the quantity of hair, natural or otherwise, that they have at hand. Per sonally, I prefer long wavy hair, going up from the forehead and done np iu a bun. I greatly disliko the mode some girls have of drawing it back lightly frbm the forehead and about the ears. It always reminds one of a pudding done np in a cloth. Fringes are detestable, and hide the strongest point of a good face, the forehead. I do not object to the use of buns or rolls, as it is only fair that the ladies be allowed these privileges, as all are not blessed with a plentifnl supply of hair. Curled hair is an abomination, and if Nature left them with straight hair, why should women spoil it by using the tongs. Men havo as maoh right to curl their hair as women. All letters must be in by Thursday, March 7. A guinea will be awarded the writer of the...

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

UTILITY VERSUS FASHION. '? Retnnao ' somewhat learnedly but intelli gently deals with the subjeot : — This question can be discussed from two opposite standpoints, viz., the physiological and useful, or the fashionable and folly loving. Those who elect to give the hair its proper duties should avoid mutilating its structure by screwing and s^visung 11 up mbu ugui- ivuvlh auu various other unnatural conditions, and should allow it no greater length than the forces of the body can manage to vitalise. All below this point remains unvitalised, and is as so much dead wood to a green tree, which should be out off as useless. Thus persons with weak vitality should wear tho hair shorter than those who are stronger, aud vice versa. It is therefore plain that the natural funotions of the hair should be interfered with as little as possible, consistent with natural taste and thorough cleanliness, and to those whose aim lays in this direction I would say lot it be combed well off the forehead a...

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

ROWING. The attention of sculling men and all interested in the sport is directed to the tournament com mencing on the Parramatta Biver on April 20. The winner will get £50 and a trophy valued at 45 guineas. Tbo racing will be in light skiffs, time handicaps, heats to bo drawn iu tho usual way. Entries are due now, and may be made at the various places mentioned m the advertisement. Messrs. Wilks and Law, M's.L.A., are the stake holders, aud Messrs. Myers, T. Punch, and othor well-known supporters of tbe sport are taking an interest in this revival of sculling. THE INTEECOLONIAL EIGHT. The crew to represent this colony in tho Inter colonial Eight-oar B'ace at Brisbane in May will be chosen from the following; — Messrs. F. Moor, H. Waters, aud Cooper (North Shore), E. PearBon, J. E. H. Kennedy, and H. 'Williams (Sydney), N. 'White and Cowan (University), N. J.M'Donald, D. Doyle (Mercantile), Greenwood and W. Goulding (East Sydney).

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

VIVA BRANDON v. BUTTERCUP. A private match was sailed yesterday afternoon between Viva Brandon aud Buttercup, for a trophy value £5 5b, and a dinner at Manly. The course wns from the Orlando's buoy, round the pile light, 'WatKon'a Bnv. Shark Island. Fort Denison. and fiuish at Manly. Buttercup crossed the line about three lengths ahead, and to windward. Viva Brandon, however, soon went to the front, the leading wind suiting her to a nicety, and she went right away, little Buttercup being left hopelessly astern. Mr. Broc&'s boat eventually got home at 5h lOmin, Buttercup following 'Sinin later. The races to bo sailed next Saturday are as fol lows : — Prineo Alfred Yneht Club, yachts under 10 rating, handicapped ; Neutral Bay Amateur Sailing Club, general handicap ; Sydney Flying Squadron, all boat3; Sydney Amateur Sailing Club Cham pionship, third event.

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

THE AGRICULTURAL SHOW. This year's show, to be held by the Royal Agricultural Society at Moore Park, is attracting a deal of attention. The schedule of prizes is a long one, embracing almost every useful branch of handicraft and local industry. as well as the chief classes of live stook. No less than J21500 is given in prizes, and it behoves intending exhibitors to make them selves acquainted with the list and conditions. Books will be supplied by the seoretary, Mr. P. Webster, on application at Tattersall's Chambers. Corns canse intolerable pain. Holloway's Corn Care removes the trouble. Try it, and see what an amount of pain is saved.*

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAMPION EIGHT-OAR RACE AT ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

CHAMPION EIGHT-OAR RACE AT ADELAIDE. (BT WIRE — FROM ODB OW2J CORRESPONDENT.) Adelaidk, Saturday Night. The Champion Eight-oared Bace, rowed on the Port Biver to-dny, ended in the Commercial crew beating' the Ports easily. The Ports rowed a fine race, but the Commercials held them safely, winning by two lengthB. Time, 17 min 58sec.

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

eTix -tollemache, Caterer ant! Refreshment Contractor, ; GEORGE AUD MARGARET STREETS, SYDNEY. | QUE CATIEJIf GDEPABTMEET : 1 We Undertake Catering Contracts to any Magnitude in any Part of the Colony. TABLE FURNISHINGS IN ANY QUANTITY ON HIRE. CAFE OPEN FROM 7 a.m. TO 7.30 p.m. LADIES' ROOM UPSTAIRS. ' ^ CATERING FOR LUNCHEON'S. OBIOKET * SMOKE CONCEBTS, . BANQUETS LUNCHEONS, ot any form or {Hot-or Gold), ... . . HARBOR atyleof BALLS, ; EXCURSIONS, GATHERING. GARDEN PARTIES, '' - . ??? EXCEPTIONS, OUR WORK IS WEDDINGS, - TENNIS FETES, FIRST-CLASS PICNICS, ' V. ? °®S, ' and HAMPERS, ' ? . ' ; ' ' SHOWS, UP TO DATE. ? OUR HIRE SYSTEM. We will Furnish you completely for any form of Entertainment. 50,000 Knives, Forks, Spoons, Glassware, Crockery, &c., in Stock. Our Charges are Extremely Moderate. Telephone 627# E. D. T0LLEH.ACHE, Sole Proprietor.

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

FLETCHER'S PILLS never fail to cure INDIGESTION, COSTI VENESS, SO OR BfiEATH, HEARTBURN, LIVER DISEASE, and KIDNET COMPLAINTS. FLETCHER'S PILLS aud CLEMENTS TONIC are the recognised household remedies of the Australian colonies, aud every designing quack tries to trade ou their reputation aud renown. This is the greatest proof of their merit, and sufferers want to be particular to get tlie genuine article, as regret aud disappointment are sure to follow the UHe of the thousands of ' All-failing' remedies so freely advertised. Tbe reputation and wide-spread use ol Clements Tonic and Fletcher's Pills are the greatest proof's of their appreciation by the public. If they were not as repre sented they would have passed out ol memory long ere this; but instead their sale is greater, and they are more esteemen day by dny and week by week, and this, emphatically proves thoir undisputed supremacy. Listen to no argument from interested parties; demand the genuine articles aud TAKE NO SUBSTITU...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MORE COAL TROUBLES. THE MINMI DISPUTE. Probable Break-up of the Miners' Association. NEWCASTLE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

MORE COAL TROUBLES. THE HINMI DISPUTE. Probable Break-up of the Miners' Association. ('Sunday Times' Special Wire.) Newcastle, Saturday Night. The trouble at J. and A. Brown's colliery at Minmi is assuming a serious aspect. Ou account of a disagreement as to the working of the seam the miners^ took their tools out of the pits, and as some~200 of them are living m nouses Belonging to me estate they have been given notice to quit, and the time expires to-day. There is likely to be a deal of trouble next week. Matters appertaining to the Miners' Asso ciation are proceeding unsatisfactorily, and as some lodges have ceased paying levies the remainder are in a state of furment, and it is predicted that the Association is in danger of breaking up.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUICIDE OF AN ENGLISH BARRISTER. He Takes His Life With a Revolver. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

SUICIDE OF AN ENGLISH BARRISTER. He Takes Ilis Life With a Revolver. ! About 11 o'clock yesterday morning an office-boy named Smith, engaged in the Union Mortgage and Loan Company, 97 Elizabeth-street, opposite the Supreme Court buildings, was startled by the re port of a firearm on the premises. On going to investigate he discovered the dead oony or iu r. ir. It. uarey in an olnce in tne rear of the building. The body was lying on the left side against the mantelpiece, and blood was flowing from a wound in the right temple. A five-cliambcrod l-ovolver, with one chamber empty and the others loaded, was near by. Medical aid was at once called in, but Drs. Huxtable aud Jar vie Hood pronounced life extinct. Carey, who was a man about 60 years of ago, was an .English barrister, and bad only arrived by the Ophir last November. Fullow passengers noticed that he ^vas eccentric. He had occupied a back office at 97 for some little time. On tho table were three letters, one addressed to his s...

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

TWENTY -FIVE CASES Of Assorted Stationery have arrived by reoent steamers just in time for MICK SIMMONS' GliliAT CLEARANCE BALE. And are now opened up ready for tbe publio. Look at the following items, and you will see that SUCH BARGAINS have never been offered before in Sydney or elsvrhere : MEMORANDUM BOOKS ill 24,000, of 16 leaves, for only each 24,000, of 24 leaves, for only Id each 24,000, of 48 leaves, for only ljd eaoh 24,000, of 36 leaves, and leather cover, at 2J each 24,000, of 64 leaves, and leather cover, at 4d each 24,000, of 76 leaves, and marble cover, at 6d each. POCKET BOOKS, WITH METALLIC PENCILS. Containing 40 leaves, 3d eaoh Containing 76 leaves, extra quality, 6d eaoh Containing 78 leaves, giit edge, 9d eaoh Containing 78 leaves, gilt edge, superior, 10Jd each Containing 64 leaves, gilt edge, extraquality, Is eacft Containing 78 leaves, gilt edge, extraquality, Is 3d each 24,000 OF EACH KIND TO CHOOSE FROM. Then there are SCHOOL EXERCISE BOOKS, 30,000, of 60 lea...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SINGULAR INCIDENT. Collapse of an Ice Dam, Loss of a Steamer. LONDON, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

A SINGULAR INCIDENT. Collapse of an Ice Dam. Loss of a Steamer. ('Sunday Times' Special Message.) London, March 1. , An ice dam formed on the river Clyde by the late severe weather broke, and the tudden rush of water swept several vessels out to sea and sunk one steamer.

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

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A FATAL DUEL. A Journalist Killed. LONDON, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

A FATAL DUEL. A Journalist Killed. (' Sunday Times ' Special Message.) London, March 1. A duel has taken place in Paris between ?.n engineer in the French Marine Office End a journalist engaged on the Debate. The duel arose in consequence of an article in the newspaper named, and after some preliminary fencing the engineer passed hiB sword through the body of the journalist, who fell dead. The journalist was named M. Percher, and the engineer M. Chatellier.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAR IN CHINA. Another Japanese Victory. LONDON, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

THE WAS IN CHINA. Another Japanese Victory. ('Sunday Tihes' Special Message.; London, March 1. Another engagement has taken place at Kaiping between the Japanese and Chinese, in which the Chinese were defeated, though their loss was only oOO.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRES IN LONDON AND GLASGOW. Destruction of a Market and Theatre. LONDON, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

FIKES IN LONDON AND GLASGOW. Destruction of a Market and Theatre. ('Sunday Times' Special Message.) London, March 1. - A great fire has taken place in Bermond sey, (a suburb of London) which broke out in the leather market, and tbe destruction of property was very great. A theatre has rIbo been burnt at GlaBgow.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FATAL ACCIDENT THE G.P.O. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

FATAL ACCIDENT. AT THE G.P.O, An inquest was held yesterday on the body of Ernest James Stephenson Forsyth, a boy of 10 years, who. was killed the previous day by falling ont of the lift at the General Post Office. Whilst on a visit from Young he was with some friends who wero being shown over tho ouiiuins, ana iiunnir lruiu uie uiu as it was in motion, descended about 40ft into the well. He was dreadfully mangled, and life was cx tinot when he was piokod up. The attendant of the lift said he had been on duty in a similar capacity for over two years. The lift doors wero never closed. Only the top of them was transparent, and if they were closed ho could not toll where to stop. The jury brought io a verdict of accidental death, and addod a rider to the effeot that the doors should bo kopt closed when tho lift was ia motion.

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