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TATTERSALL'S MEETING. THE CUP RACE. Blarneystone Again. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895
TATTERSILL'S MEET1M . THE CUP RACE. ^ Blarneystone Again* The attendance at Tattersall's Meeting yesterday totalled about 9000. The weather could not have .been better, and there was a cool wind blowing throughout the afternoon. In the opening race, the New Year's Gift, the betting was some what bad — in fact, it fluctuated to a great extent. In tho . first onslaught backers made upon the ' books Solanum was first favorite, but before the betting ologed down Tiwoona ran him a desperately olose race. Very few of horses were baoked, but the finish proved that the few were right in preference to the many, as is often the case. Albecore, who has run indifferently during the past few days, came out and displayed ex ceptionally good form. C. Parker was in the saddle, which may have acoounted f or it some what. Albecore is trained by Mr. Lamond, and there can bo no doubt that he is a most experienced judge. Albecore came into the straight with a good lead, and maintained her advantage to t...
BALMAIN STEAM PERKY COMPANY, LIMITED. Proposal to Wind Up. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895
BALMAK STEAM PERRY COMPANY, LIMITED. Proposal to Wind Up. Abumou was current yesterday that the employes of the Balmain Steam Forr y Company received fifteen days' notice tha t their services would uot bo required after the expiration of that period. jjh-lo iiiau lugiib v. representative of the Sunday Times sr.w Mr. John Kirkiand Chairman of Directors of the company' who, in answer ' to an enquiry, 6tated that the report referred to was not correct, and said Air. Kirkland, ' no such action could be taken without a meeting of shareholders.' What had been done was to give notice to the shareholders of a proposal to wind up the company, and an extraordinary meeting had been con vened for the 15th instant to consider the proposal.
CABLE TRAM ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895
CABLE TRAM ACCIDENTS. Riding on the ' dummy' of the cable car has its drawbacks as well.as its pleasures, and it is especially more dangerous for women and children who cannot readily get out of the way when collisions with vehicles occur. Yesterday a girl named Marian Robinson, 11 years of age, living at vi JJayswater-road, was admitted to the Sydney Hospital by Dr. Sparks, Buffering from an injured leg. She was riding on the dummy, near tho terminus, when a cart collided with the car, smashing the iron work, and the girl's leg was jammed '?y the impact. The sufferer was taken to the hospital by Constable Hammond, of No. 1 Station. A young woman named Margaret Duggan, aged 21, a domestic servant, mot with a fall in alighting from a cable tram in King-street late last night. She sus tained a scalp wound, which was attended to by Dr. M. Yeech at the Sydnev Hos pital.
GARROTTED AND ROBBED. A Man Attacked in the City. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895
GARROTTED AND ROBBED. A Man Attacked in the City. Between 11 and 12 o'clock on Friday night ft niau named Jas. Holden was set upon by four men at the corner of King and George streets, and, having been rendered inscn Bi'ole. was robbed of all he possessed. Coi-3tableB Taylor and Eagar later on nrrssted two men on suspicion of being touceruea in the attack, and at the Central 1'oiieo Court yesterday Wm. M'Guire, 35, bootmaker, and Jno. Cooper, SPi, Laborer, a couple 6F powerfnl-looking men, were charged with being concerned with others i' garrotting JaV Hokien and robbing him c-i 19s 9d in silver, a silver watch nnd ebuin, pocket-book, arid papers, valued at £'& 10s. A remind; was applied for and granted till Tiiosiiay next, bail being refused. ' .
THE COAL TROUBLES. Mr. Reid's Proposals. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895
THE COAL TROUBLES, Bfr. Eeid's Proposals. We learn that the proposal made by the Premier, Mr. G. H. Eeid, with a view to the settlement of the coal dispute at -New- castle, that the status quo should be pre served for two months in order to allow or a. conierence between the cosJ proprie tors mid the colliers, is regarded favorably by Mr. CurJoy, tho miners' secretary, and that some settlement is very likely to be arrived at if tho proposition ia accedad to by both sidss to the quarrel, i ???'.' :
A LADY FIGHTS A SHARE. EXCITING SCENE OFF CHOWDER POINT. An English Lady's Thrilling Adventure. Another Record For Australia to Beat. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895
A LADT FIGHTS I 'SHARE. EXQITIM SCENE OFF CHOWDER POINT. An English Lady's Thrilling Adventure. Another Record For Australia to Beat. Thebe has of late been a good deal in the papers about shark-catching, but we have a new story to tell — a story of how an English, lady visitor to our shoreB met a vicious monBtor of the main in triwn TflJTANTl nWHTRiT and destroyed it like a professional. The lady was the Hon. Mrs. Palk, of Camp Cottage, Watson's Bay, and she has estab lished a record which Australian ladies will find it hard to beat. Having heard of the capture, a repre sentative of the Sunday Totes interviewed Mrs. Palk, who, upon being pressed for particulars of the sensational incident, courteously obliged. Mrs. Palk, who is on a visit to Australia with her husband, is an ardent fisherwoman, but having tired of the small fry, she deter mined to secure more exciting sport. To this end she arranged with Mr. Proctor, the well-known shark destroyer of the Submarine Miners' Dep6t, fo...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA v. N.S.W. At Adelaide. GIFFEN BOWLS THE VISITORS OUT FOR 192 RUNS. Garrett, Iredale, Howell, Donnan, Callaway, Moses, Trumper, and Kelly make Double Figures. SOUTH AUSTRALIA LOSES ONE WIGHT FOR 6 RUNS. ADELAIDE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895
mmW^MMx V n.s.w. At Adelaide. GIFEEN BOWLS THE VISITORS OUT FOR 192 RUNS. Garrett, Iredale, Howell, Donnan, Callaway, Moses, Trumper, and Kelly make I)$fflbla,-.Jtignres. ' SOUTiy'/MSWASMj |HfSES ONE (BT WIBE— tfROM OXJE OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Adel aide, Saturday Night. The Intercolonial match, New South WaleB t. South Australia, was commenced on the Adelaide Oval to-day. The New South Wales selection committee decided to. omit from the team Camphin, Hume, and Macpherson. The weather was close and muggy, with heavy rain clouds hang ing about. The pitch appeared likely to play easily. T. W. Qarrett, captain of New South Wales, won the toss, and elected to bat, Iredale accompanying him to the wickets. Jones opened the bowling to Iredale, three singles resulting from the over. Jarvis trundled from the north end, send ing down a maiden to Iredale, Jones fol lowing suit to Garrett, who afterwards sweetly back cut him, and followed with a square cut for 2, which brought up the first 10 after...
OUR MEN IN BLUE. WHO THEY ARE AND WHAT THEY DO. Their Duties, Failings and Virtues. HOW THEY LIVE AND MOVE AND FLOURISH. No. I. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895
OUR MEN IN BLFE. ? : ? ♦- ? ? ? ? WHO THEY AEE AND WHAT - THEY DO. Their Duties, Failings, and Virtues. HOW -THEY LIVE AND MOVE AND ELOUEISEL No. I. Amongst the characteristic figures of modern civilised life there is no more familiar personage than Policeman X. doing his regulation beat, with measured steps and slow, along the public thorough fares. Abstractedly he is regarded from widely different standpoints by varioxis ? classes of the people, and whilst the lar rikin and the chevaliers d'industrie who help to make up the population of the great city regard him as THEIR NATURAL ENEMY, it is to be feared that even among the law abiding sections of the community he does not always inspire that respect which should be due to the embodiment of law and order. Like other indispensable members of Society, such as tho lawyer and the doctor, the policeman is considered fair game for popular raillery, and is tho standing butt of social humorists. In the mother country his partiality for ....
A PECULIAR SERMON. Divorce and Matrimony. WIVES SHOULD OBEY THEIR HUSBANDS. Women Before and After Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895
A JPEGULIAK SERMON. Diyorce and Matrimony. WIVES SHOULD OBEY THEIR HUSBANDS. Women Before and After Marriage. The Eev. James Claeke, Incumbent of St. George's Parish, Kogarah, whose matrimonial troubles were before the Supreme Court recently on an application for a writ of habeas corpus against his mother-in-law, calling on her to show cause why she should not DELIVER UP HIS WIFE, preached at St. George's Church, Hurst villo, last Sunday morning. The reverend gentleman seleoted for his text tho words of Matthew V., verses 31 and 32. ' It hath been said whosoever shall put away his wife let him give her a writing of divorce ment. ' ' But I say unto you thai whosoever shall put away his wife aaviug for the cause of fornioa tion causoth her to commit adultery, and whosoever shall marry her that is divorced committeth adultery. ' He said that he wished to speak about the word of God, and asked what was the use of tho word unless attention were paid to it. When people took a bank note th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895
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CONCEALING A BIRTH. Charge Against Four Women. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895
CONGEALING A BIRTH. Charge Against Four Women. At the Water Police Court yesterday, Margaret Ryan 31 (Victoria), Alice Greg- son 24 (Queensland), Mary Lee 63 (N.S.W.), and Mary Vaughan were charged on re- mand with attempting to conceal the birth of a child (born to Vaughan) by placing the body of such child on a fire. Mr. Wil- shire prosecuted, and Sergeant Sawtell had charge of the case. Mr. Meagher ap- peared for Ryan, Gregson, and Vaughan, and Mr. Mark Williamson for Lee. The evidence having been concluded earlier in the week, counsel addressed the Bench, pointing out that such evidence as there was to support the charge was given by witnesses who had a spite against the accused, and that there was no case for a &nbsp; jury . &nbsp; Mr. Wilshire having replied. His Worship reserved his decision until Tuesday. Ryan, Lee and Vaughan being admitted to bail as formerly, and in the case of Gregson, against whom the prose- cution admitted the case was weakest, bail was...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895
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WAVERLEY v. GLEBE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895
WAVERLEY y. GLEBE. This match was commenced on the Waverley Oval, the wicket being almost perfection. The Glebe knocked tip 239 runs. A. Buckle played an excellent game for 63. A. and H. Newell played woll for 32 and 24 respectively. J. Austin made 2 4, W. Kelk 32 and T. Duggun *18. S. Austin and Pemell each took foiir wickets for 77 runs. Scores GLEBE. Duggan, b Pemell ? 18 Houghton, c Walford, b Austin ... 14 A. Buckle, b Austin ? 68 '1'. Cobcroft, b Pemell ? ... 2 H. Newell, b Bell ? ... ... 24 Sullivan, b Austin ? ... 5 H. Jenkins, b Austin ? ? ? 3 A. Newell, b Pemell ? ? ,M 82 W. Kelk, b Trickett ? 32 J. Austin, b Pemell... ? ' ... 24 W. Moore, not oue ... ►.. ? 2 Sundries ... ... M 15 Total ? ? ... 289 Bowlisq Ahalysis. O. it. R. W. S. Austin ... ... „. 26 4 77 4 W. Trickett ? 22 10 30 1 W. Harrington ... ... ... 5 0 13 0 P, Pemell ? -.21 2 77 4 W. Bell ... ? '9 0 82 1
MANLY v. EAST SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895
MANLY v. EAST SYDNEY. The East Sydneyites visited Manly yesterday to meet the locals, who, however, hud a surprise in store lor last year's premiers. The la'tter mude 85, and Manly scored 10 runs more, bo that they ore leading on the first innings. Shea captured seven for 33 for East Sydney, and Fraser und Hayes divided the bowling honors for tho villagers. Scores. MANLY — First Innings. H. D. L. Woods, b Shea ... .... ^,0 A. Hayes, c Eichardson, b Shea... .„ 2 P. fildge, b Eichardson ? l F. Kow, b Shea ? 14 O. ltawson, a Sheridan, b Shea ? 27 E. Bennett, lbw, b Shea ? ... 13 W. Fraser, not out ? 14 J. Cargill, b Shea ... ... ... 8 E. Hayes, b Shea _. ... 4 S. Eidgo, b Pitt ... _ ... 0 G. Pritchett, b Pitt... ... 2 Sundries ... ... ... M ... 10 Total ? 95 W. Eichardson took one for 21, M. Shea seven for 33, J. Gould nil for 16, G. Pitt two for 15. EAST SYDNEY. C. A. Eichardson. b Fraser ... 2 J. Gould, c S. Eiage, b Fraser ... j 0 Hiucbey, b Fraser ? 9 W. A. Eichardson, b Hayes ... ...
CANTERBURY v. NORTH SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895
CANTERBURY v. NORTH SYDNEY. This match was begun at Norwood Park. Canter bury enjoy a slight lead on the first Innings, thanks to the excellent all-round work dono by J. E. Nash, who made 88 not out and took six for 23. Scores : — CANTEEBUEY— First Innings. W. Sheridan, c Shoppard, b Wheatley 1 Lloyd, c Nelsb'n, b Whaley ? 3 W. Eobiaon, c F. Wade, b Wheatley ... 4 Thompson, b Wheatley ? 1 A. Ashdown, b Wheatley ? 9 Sid. Jones, st Doneghue, b Whaley ... 11 J. E. Nash, not out ... ? ? 38 J. Gelding, c Doneghue, b Whaley ... 10 Dight, c Duff, b Whaley ? ? ... 0 W. Scotter, b Wheatloy ... „. ... 2 Brown, run ont ? 15 Sundrios ? ; ... ... 2 Total... ... ? 96 BOWLING ANALYSIS. . O. M. R. vr. Wheatley ... ? 14 2 31 5 Whaley ? ? ; J5 2 54 4 Deano ? ? 2 0 8 0 Second Inmngs. W. Eobison, not out ... 9 Lloyd, not out ? ? ... 0 No wickets for ? ? 9 NOETH SYDNEY-First Innings, F. Wade, lbw. b Nash ... . .... .... 28 Deane, b Eobison ... ... ... ... 11 H. Nelson, b Nash ... ? M 8 , H. Wade, b Eobi...
COPY. Sydney, Nov. 29, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895
COPY. Sydney, Nov. 29, 1894. Dear Sirs, — As a core for Indigestion — to which I have been a martyr for years — I used your G-RANUMA as a porridge for my morning and evening meals for three weeks, and am to-day absolutely free f rom every symptom of , my former trouble. On your recommendation I left off smoking and the use of all stimulants, to give the GRANUMA a fair chance — as you put it ' — and I firmly believe that anyone who will follow the plan I adopted can cure themselves of the worst form of dyspensv in — at most — a month. I look upon the result in my own case as almost miraculous. Do not publish my name, but otherwise you may use thiB letter in any way you choose. Tours, &c., * ® ? JAMES INGLIS and CO., Dean's Place, Sydney, Sole Agents fo» Granuma,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895
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