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NEWS BY CABLE. REBELLION IN CUBA. Defeat of the Royalists. London, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

NEWS BY CABLE. . ? . ♦ ? REBELLION IN CUBA. Defeat of tie lloyalists. . (' Sunday Times ' Special Message.) London, March 1. A rebellion Has broken out again in | Cuba, where a battle was fought between P.oyaliata and Rebels, in which the j Boyaliats were signally defeated.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GOVERNOR'S ILLNESS, Sir Robert Progressing Slowly. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

THE GOVERNOR'S ILLNESS; Sir Eobert Progressing Slowly. Last evening the Honorable the Premier lpccived the following telegram from the Governor's private secretary in Hobart — ' Sir R. Duff has not slept quite so well, nor taken quite so much food, but he is progressing slowly.' It will be gathered from the above message, which is somewhat guarded in its nature, that whilst there doe* not. :-ppear to be any serious cause for alarm, hia Excellency is hardly making as satis factory progress towards recovery as could be desired. Mr. Lyne: This Ministry had got rid of ir.ea who were an ornament and a credit to the service, nnd they were retaining men who wore not ornaments, and should have gone. Mr. Eddep : Thare are too many 'prna- taenta ' in my opinion.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FATAL CARD "-THE EXPLOSION AT THE COTTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

u THE FATAL CARD '—THE EXPLOSION AT TflE COTTAGE. ACT V.— THE TICKING INSTRUMENT OF DEATH.

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

POLITICAL. POLITICAL PELLETS. Council adjourns for a week in the absence of Mr. Want, Attorfiey-general. And the Land Bill is delayed in conse quence — sacrificed to make a lawyer's holiday I Mr. Affleok : Is not the hon. member a labor member ? TUT- Tlf-'ll ___ T ? ? - 1 ? }i. ? XL* iur. miner : 1 am not a nypoorite, as xae hon. member is. ' Mr. Slattery held two offices in the last Government,' said Mr. Young. 'Exactly,' rejoined Mr. Reid, ' and both offioes of profit.' Fine, generous, open-hearted country, ia it not? ' One branch of the Legislature, and an important branch too, has been olosed be cause the Government, in carrying out a wholesale system of juggling, had thought fit to allow the Attorney-General to take a two months' pleasure trip within a few hours of his appointment.' — Sir Goorge Dibbs. IIT..1. i.1 ? ? f ? OJ. T™v,n,.,lr. avaf LIIW llimiiwui: JUL ou. uuuiini vjn il v . in his experience he haft known of a grosser outrage — had he ever heard of the Upper House be...

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

DO NOT BE GULLED WITH COSTLY ADVERTISEMENTS, but obtain full valno for your money. CEYLON Golden Tips, 2i 3d, 1b 9d, Is 6d, Is 3d per lb. E. H. HARRIS and CO., Teameu, 21 Strand.0

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GAOL LIFE. Mr, Frank Smith's Experience. SOMETHING ABOUT THE SYSTEM. The Refinement of Cruelty. The Horrors of Solitary-The Gaols Hotbeds of Moral and Physical Disease-How Abigail is Faring. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

GAOL LIFE. Mr. Frank Smith's Experience. SOMETHING ABOUT THE SYSTEM. The Refinement of Cruelty. The Horrors of Solitary— The Gaols Hotbeds of Moral and Physical Disease — How Abigail is Faring. Last week, in an interview with Mr. Frank Smith, we gave some particulars of his re markable case. Want of space precluded our going into detail upon other important matters which cropped up during a lengthy conversation. Mr. Smith, as is known, ia an intelligent, well-educated man of the world, and bis opinions (based on careful observance) of the utility or otherwise of tho gaols as a means of repres sing crime or reforming the criminal are worthy of all consideration : — 'What are your opinions of gaol life generally?' was one of the questions hazarded. ' With due consideration of the weight of the words used, I honestly believe that the system in vogue in the craols of the colony at the present day is little bettor than that of the days of Dickens in England, and what prevailed in the ear...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Before the CURTAIN "THE FATAL CARD" AT THE ROYAL. THE BROUGH AND BOUCICAULT SEASON. Last Performances of Mrs. Brough. REVIVAL OF "THE SECOND MRS-. TANQUERAY." Last Nights of the Burlesque Season at Her Majesty's. THE NEW TIVOLI BILL. To-day's Amusements-News by the English Mall-What the Pros, are Doing- and the Latest Gossip. ROYAL-" THE FATAL CARD.' [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

[?] 11 THE FATAL CARD ' AT THE ROYAL. THE BROUGH AND BOUCICAULT SEA.80N. Last Performances of Mrs. Brougli. REVIVAL OP 'THE SECOND MRS* V TANQUERAY.' Last Nights of the Burlesque Season at Her Majesty's. THE NEW TIVOLI BILL. To-day's Amusements — Notts by the English Mail — What the Pros, are Doing — and the Latest Gossip. ROYAL—' THE FATAL CARD.' Last night at the Theatre Royal Mr. Bland Holt introduced us to an entiroly new play in five acts, entitled, ' Tho Fatal Card,' originally produced at the London Adolphi on September 6 of last year, and at latest still running at the Messrs. Gatti's popular house to highly remunerative business. The new melo drama is by Messrs. Haddon Chambers andB. C. 'Stephenson, who, to all intents and purposes, aro now hands so far as tho Adelplii style of drama is concerned. ' The Fatal Card ' may at once be described as an interesting play, with a strong plot, picturesquo ooloring, elaborate scenic effeots, and with one weak apot in its composition, ...

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

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Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

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

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

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Publication Title: Sunday Times
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A SUGGESTION ADOPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

A SUGGESTION ADOPTED. In the course of the article appearing in the Sunday Times in December last, in which the Shesi's Creek scheme was ex posed, the suggestion was mado that tho unemployed might be more profitably engaged in, among things, reducing grades on our main railway lines. It was pointod out that by the grades being reduced, freights would also be lowered, aud inland settlement thus assisted Heavy grades havo much more to do with high freights than most peoplo imagine. The Government have now announced that they will ask the House to refer the ques tion of reducing the grades on tho Great Western Line to the Public Works Com mittee, and it is believedthatOper centcan be saved on the outlay. Thig is a common sense step, and it is to be hoped the Govern ment will continue in this direction. There is Rnother Sunday Times suggestion in con nection tvith the railwayo that they might yery well adopt, and that is to. removo, the Construction Branch froih the Works De partment an...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LAW. "Xenophon" Discusses the Law-And Points Out an Inconsistency Which is at Once Absurd and Costly. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

: THE LAW. I.. 'Xenophon' Discusses tiie Law— And Points Out an Inconsistency 'Which is at Once Absurd and CoBtly. I want to pen just a few words about the law. A very great deal has been said and written about our legal system from time to time, but too often the pointB have been bo involved in a wilderness of words that they havo become blunted, and have not hold where they havo struck. This article will be brief, and, I trust, as clear as brief. Often as I have heard the oath ad ministered to a jury, tho exact words do not convey thumselves to my mind at this moment; but it is sufficient to state that each juror is sworn to 'well and truly try the case on the evidence placod before tho court.' That is how the case commences ; how it ends is often quite different, for too fre quently juries do not try the case on the evidence. That is the absurd inconsistency of our legal system. A jury is empannelled to try a case — say a civil case, for example. Well, what happens ? One would th...

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

FOUND DEAD. The dead body of Henry Conrov, 45 years, a laborer, and a native of Ireland, was found in bed yesterday morning at 17 Wontworth lane, off Kent-street. A man who- occupied tho eame room states that Conroy wont to bed apparently all ri^ht at 11.80 on Friday night. Ho wno B nin?lo man, and bad no relations in the oolony. Tho cum ot 2a Gd was found on i him. 1

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SERVICE. No. VIII.-COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT. Naval and Military. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

THE SERVICE. No. VIII.— COLONIAL SECRE TAKY'S DEPARTMENT. : Nayal and Military. (Bx the 'Sunday Times' Commissioner.) Considebtng the fact that Now South Wales does not possess a single war ship, and that ' our Army '' principally consists of a handful of officers, the sum of ^filS2,655 12s is a pretty substantial deduction from tho taxpayers' pocket 'for naval and military purposes.' To even hint that anything like loss and waste goes on in our Military Department ia to be met with indignant remonstrance and denial, and in proof of the extremo care and vigilant watchfulness which pervades this Department, many instanoes can be oited whioh would serve to admirably refute any charge of extravagance but for the fact that thoy provo too much. It is gratifying, of course, to know tliat Military Stores are so jealously guarded that a board of experts are prepared to meet in solemn oonclave, summons numerous witnesses, and prepare a voluminous report, when A TIN WHISTLE value 18d is ropor...

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

INFORMATION FOR THE PEOPLE. ' Better late than neyer ' may well be said of the report presented to the Minister of Lands by tho board appointed to oon sider the question of the beat method of placing before tho pubUo information with respect to Crown lands available for settle ment. It is little uso having the most liberal land syBtam or a praotically un limited area to'select from if the avenues of information axo virtually closed to all but those having speoial means of acquiring knowledge. 'The fact that this has hitherto been this case is perhaps almost equally to blan^e for tho failure of our Land Act as any intrinsic dcfects in the laws themselves, and it 'has now been recog nised by the present administrator of the Department. The boarditowhom the matter has been referred hav?o submitted a few common-sonse recomnumdations which will at once commend thekiselves to general approval. They include the establishment of an Information Bureau, well supplied with maps charted in- to ...

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

EXPORTATION OF UNEMPLOYED. A singular suggestion has been put for ward by several newspaper correspondents on behalf of the sectioia of the unemployed unaccustomed to manual labor or agricul tural pursuits, that tTbey should be shipped to England, where it & apparently assumed they would either obtain occupation suitable to their capacities or hud friends who would be responsible ijor their maintenance. It is scarcely conceivable that the proposi tion should have beian put forward with any serious idea Osf its being enter tained, or that any considerable proportion of the class referred to are so resourceless or so spiritless as to wish to avail them selves of such a ccunrse if it were prac ticable. But badly, as they may be circumstanced here, tjnere is no probability of such persons being any better off in the mother country unfess we are to suppose them willing to become permanent de pendents on public 'Or private charity, and, irrespective of whnit the English people mig...

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

TURKISH ATROCITIES. According to the'ireport of the special cor respondent of the London Daily Tele graph, the previous accounts of' the massacres and nanieless horrors perpetrated by Turkish troojjs in Armenia are fully confirmed in all their revolting details, ana cne original,- atrocities nave oeen aggravated by the later attempts to con ceal traces of the crimes, not only by burning and pi®cemeal burying of tho original victims, but by tho wholesale slaughter of those who wore likely to Bfcestify against, the . perpetrators. The writer states th^fc the 'lurkish soldiers worked day aud night to remove all traces of fthe massacres before the arrival of the Commission of Inquiry. Hundreds of nmtilated bodies of tho victims were throtwn into a pit, and lighted petroleum was ptwn-ed into the pit with the object of consuming the bodies. These and other means (failing, the limbs of the victims were buried piecemeal. Three hundred and sixty Armenians who were re garded as likely ^fitnes...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEASURED FOR A COFFIN BEFORE DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 March 1895

MEASURED FOR A COFFIN BEFORE DEATH. Up at Wyalong, according to our corres pondent on the field, a patient iu the hospital was measured for his coffin before he was dead, although unconscious. This was at the time of tho visit of the Minis terial uartv. Mr. Svdnev Smith and others were visiting tihe cemetery, and found a grave-digger ltard at work. He was asked if someone was dead in Wyalonsf West, and madie reply that the grave was for a man who was ' dying in the hospital.' There have been many stories current locally about this, bub our correspondent was in the hospital at the time, and is con sequently likely'to bo well informed. The grave-digger incident was told him by a member of th« committee. Altogether Wyalong Hospital does not appear to havo been very satisfactorily conducted, but as a result of agitation over the matter, is likely to improve.

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

PERSONAL. The Broughs have been in Australia ten years. Sir Wm. P. Manning will be banquetted in March 14. The Governor is not progressing so satis factorily as could be desired. Mr. Eddy is too autocratic in his dealings with the working men. — Mr. Fitzpatrick, M.P. Mr. and Mrs. Brough leave for Mel bourne on March 13, stay two days, and go on to Adelaide to catch tho mail steamer. The Earl of Yarmouth was behind the curtain at the Lyceum one night during the week. He is Btaying at the Oxford Hotel. The Hon. John Want, M.L.C., Attorney General, will return to Sydney after his two months' wanderings on the Pacific on Tuesday next. Mr. J. Ednie Brown, Director of Forests in N.S.W., has been engaged to report upon the forests of West Australia. He ia likely to remain over that way. En route to Europe by M.M. Polynesien— Mr. Eddy, Chief Commissioner for Rail ways, and Mr. M'Millan, M.P., ex-Colonial Treasurer and Minister for Railways. Penstone, who was for many years known in Sydney i...

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