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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

Maprifflge. j SEYMOUR — M'GBATH — At tho bride'B residence I SiJ Nobbs-sfcreet, Moore Part, by the Ber. Dr. M/Craokett, Eichard Seymour, sanitary inspector of tlio city o£ Sydney, to Annie Mary Josephine jM'(irn.th, widow of the lace 'l'hooiaa Charles M'Grath and brother to Colonel ftl'lirath, of the 42nd .Regiment of H.M.S., South Shleloa, Eng land. Home paperii please copy. M-ea£Ea. STEVENS. — In a private room at St. Yincent'o Hospital, Sir. George Stevena, of *10 Oltvronoo atreot, in hie 62nd year. BXP. Home papora please copy. Fmaeirals. rriHE FEIENDS of Mr. GEOEGE STEVENS X are rcspeotfully invited to attend HIS Iftmoral, to move from his late residence, 210 Clarance street, at 2 o'clock on MONDAY AFIEBNOON, for the K.C. Cemetery, 'Waverley. rjTHE FKIEND3 of Mrs. JULIA STEVENS'are JL respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved HUSBAND, George StevenB, to move from his late residence, 210 Clarence-street, for the B.C. Cemetery, Waverley, at 2 o'clock on MONDAY. (T...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WOMAN SHOULD TAKE PRIDE IN HER HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

A WOMAN SHOULD TAKE PRIDE IN HER HAIR. ' Poneko,' Colo, via Trimkey, writes :— The ladies, in my idea, should dress their hair in a fashion that best suits the features. Young ladies up to the ages of 17 and 18 look well with the hair combed lightly back from the ears and forehead, showing the ' brow,' the hair being tied at the back of the head with a ribbon in harmony with tho color of the hair. Ladies after having passe'd their eighteenth year, the features then being more womanly, look, to my opinion, most becoming when tho hair is wavy or with natural curls, done up neatly at tho baak in tho form of a bun. A woman with an untidy head of hair shows carelessness, and no pride in her appear ance. Woman's pride ought to be in her hair. For a wifo I should prefer a woman with a woll-kept head of brown and wavy hair.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NORTH SHORE MYSTERY BY HERB. FLETCH. CHAPTER IX (Continued).—THE THREE GRACES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

The North Shore Mystery B~ST HERB; PLETCH. {FOB THE ' SUNDAY TIMES.') CHAPTER IX (Continued).— THE THREE GRACES. / The two ? barmaids at the Golden Bat we're taking; things ^easily. It was a dull hoar of the day for business, and Bertha's turn off. They were pretty girls, these two bar maids, Sarah Jones ( worn de guerre, Jttubyj, I and Maria Simpson ( nom de guerre, Florence), and they were well, even richly dressed, and for their work well mannered. For the Golden Bar was no common public-house or speculation in immorality, but a commercial undertaking for pro Tiding tho best of everything in the best ?way at the best prices. And to choose the three prettiest barmaids he could find was part of the proprietor's project. Ruby was languidly polishing a glass that did not want it, on the off chance that the boss should come in and find her doing nothing. , Florence was similarly occupied. '.I'm getting about tired of this place,' laid Ruby. 'So am I,' yawned Florence. ' It was not so ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"SIMPLICITY, MODESTY, AND GOOD SENSE," [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

'SIMPLICITY, MODESTY, AND GOOD SENSE.' ' J.J.C.' says -. — Nothing becomes young women so much as parting'their liair down the middle. It.is simplicity, modesty, and good Bensp combined, and shows a frugal mind. Girls with frizzly and curly hair aro generally expensive in dress. Plain dressos wonld npt matph with an elaboratoly cot-up head qf hair. . Where can I got some of Holloway's Corn Cure P I was eritiroly cured of my corns by this remedy, and I wish some more of it for my friends. So writes Mr. J. W. Brown, Chicago.* The more simple a girl gets her hair up, so long as it is becoming, the greater ohanoe she has of seouring a sensible husband.

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

BIG FURNITURE SALE, EXPIEA.TX03ST OF LEASE. STOCKS OP WALLACES3 AND NEWTON AND LAMB. £90,000 FOE ABSOLUTE SALE At Discounts Hanging tvm 6s 8$ to 109 m tlie & The proprietor ia relinquishing the Business, and must clear eut every line at best pride; obtainable, All hlgh-plasa and modern Goods Pelivered Free In Town or Suburbs in good order aBd condition, S^HWEOHJCBN PIANOS. NEWT©i{ AND LAMB'S OLD PREMISES— Q'commh AND SPRING- 0TBBEOOS.- ? ?

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLUMPS FOR A FRINGE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

PLUMPS FOR A FRINGE. ' Napoleon '' writes : — There is nothing adds bo much to the bqauty of a lady's face as a geod head of hair dressed in a becoming style. Thore it is in a nutshell, ladies ; if you lack quantity make it good, but bo sure that you watch it. carefully ; after this all you have to do is to dress it artistically, that is in tho style which becomes you best. Everything depends, on tho shape of the head and tho oast of tho features. My idea, is that a well kepti curled fringo, with a knob at tho bapk (not too low down the neck), or cpilod on the top, 'suits tho general run of ladies faces. I plump straight for a fringe, as ourlod hair tends to soften the features, while hair brushed straight off tho forehead hardens them, and a lady has to bo on the beautiful side to be able to wear hor hair to advantage in this way.

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

WORTH A VISIT, W.X HI0KEY&80NS. STARTLING BOOT AMD SHOE WINDOWS at 55 OXFOflD-ST&EET (Near Hyde Park), ...- Also . . ? THE SHOW OF BOOTS AND SHOES AT 676 GEORGE-STREET . tNear Bftthnrsfc-streat.) (AND DONJT FOBGEl!

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEAD AGAINST DYES AND TONGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

DEAD AGAINST DYES AND TONGS. ' H.V.G.' thus declares himsolf: I am not averse to aid in making up in cases where ladies have but poor heads of hair. .1 have a docided objection to hair-dyes, for in my j opinion' they aro injudious. I like wavy hair, 1 thrown in loose curls off tho forehead, and not netted down flatly. Rolls or buns, when neatly put up, are pleasing to the average male. I like them.. I do not bolieve in curling-tongs that requiro heating, for this destroys appearance by. changing the color of tho hair in front. I like to see a lady take pains with hor hair, particularly iu keeping it soft, by massage aud brushing, which will do more towards beautifying tho hair and keep ing it healthy than half the advertised so called beautifiers in existence.

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

TO-DAY THE FAVORITE BOOT IN SYDNEY IS THE ' ? ' PEEMIEB.' STYLE ; UNIQUE^ '' QUALITY GUARANTEED, VALUE EXTRAORDINARY. IQE LADIES, GEOTLEHEK, and CHILDBEN I HOLD A WE LL-M ANUF ACT tJRE D STOCK OF FOOT-WBAE, SUITABLE FOE EVERY PUBFOSE, JTy Goods aro Wsll-mnfle. Woll-flltl nf?? nail Tory Ho derate iu Pi'ico, Their Merits Ifaye Won tho Itdjmtatioutiiey Beaiv Off-LI AUSTRALIAN WORKMANSHIP, H. M. GhB/ABCAM, ?v.-..;- :S34,:-0g6,;8S8 GEOEGE-STHOT, £EAffOH» 189 JJINS-STEEET,

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NOBLE BROW AND PLAYFUL LITTLE CURLS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

THE NOBLE BROW AND PLAYFUL LITTLE CURLS. Tims ' Leon — For stylo and neatness tho most charming of all to me is tho sweat smilo and bright eyes playing and glancing under the noble unhidden brow, arrayed and adorned with playful' little curls, waves, and tho ' bun:'— [Our correspondent appears to think that tho bun ' is worn 011 the brow I]

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

? ? ytsia, tjamc, ? GOLDEN STAR. Have you ever tried the ' GOLDEN STAB ' brand of Batter, manufactured by the the N.S. 'Wales Fresh Pood and Ice Company P If not, do bo, and you will never use any other. It has always re ceived highest honors where shown, and has toppod any Colonial butter in the London markets by many shillings per cwt. It is delivered any where in the City or Suburbs, and is as firm in the hottest weather as when sent out ia the cold winter months. The quality never varies, for it is always excellent, being manufactured by ex perts wno have everymodern appliance. Every pound, or half-pound, of butter, is branded ?« GOLDEN STAK,' this being one of the regis tered brands of the Com pany. Whoever you get your but ter from ask for ' GOLDEN STAR,' and see that you get it. There is none so good, and one trial will prove this. Be sure you ask, and be sure you get 'GOLDEN STAR' BUTTEK. Orders sent to Head Office, Harbor-street, or given to any of the Company's numerous ag...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

M'EWAN'S ALE. DB AUGHT A2?D BOTTLED.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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THEY SAY— [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

THEY SAY— I ?Kafc China is pretty well Japansod. 'hat Stoddari; keeps interviewera at bat's length. I hat the so-called pipe contract was a very holiow affair. hat ther® have been too many undetected murder cases lately. hat the Brassey entourage in Melbourne I Till ba gilt-edged. hat no sure antidote for snakebite has yet been discovered. hat tho outlook for the Local Govern ment Bill is not improving, hut the best way to exterminate rabbits is to freeze and export them. That drunken pugs spell ruin quite as I effectually as Shakespeare. I'h&t family suffrage would have a good I efisctupou the marriage returns, ffhat the season has been extraordinarily 3 prolific iu cases of fatal snakebite. Whtt the O'Sullivan expected to be ' sent I for' hud his amendment been carried. Ifast the majority of the unemployed take | kindly to working for their rations, hat the Premier considers the Land and i Income Tax Bill as good as passed, fhat no one is surprised that the popula tion oi ...

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

OH LOE ! ' :i . HAVE YOU SEEN THE BIG BUTTONS ?| EOE 'V7INTEE ?- | YOU COULDN'T PUT ONE IN Y0U3 3 MOUTH. | TEY | MAM F0TS. j

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLEBE BEATS UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

GLEBE BEATS UNIVERSITY. Tho struggle for a lead on tho first innings, nnd consequently for victory, between the Glebe and University teams at the Oval yesterday was very keen, causing considerable excitemont. The Glebe had mada l/C on the opening day ; whilst tho 'Varsity had lost five wickots for 98 runs. Resuming play on a splendid wicket, the 'Varsity batsmen made a strong attempt to knock up tho requisite number of runs. Dr. Vallack and Colreavy took the score to 120, and then tUo latter Was nicely taken in the slipr by Kelt. A serviceable stand was made by Merewether aud VaJlack but after addiug 28 to his previously m title score, the latter was Bplondldly caught at mid-ofi by i-uggan for a valuable 67, Soon after Merowother also sno oumbed, with 19 to his credit. The 'Varsity Btill had two wiokets to fall, and required only 10 runs, but Hole was caught at the wickets, and M'l'ag gart, in his eagorneBS to get the runB, was run out, leaving the Glebe victorious with 9 runs to sp...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EAST SYDNEY BEATS NORTH SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

EAST SYDNEY BEATS NORTH SYDNEY. This match was Concluded on the Domain yester day afternoon. East Sydney winning by an innlngB and 67 runs. At tho close of last Saturday's play North Sydney had been dismissed for 103 runs, and East Sydney had lost sis wickets for lis runs. The latter team completed their innings for 1232 runs. Tha beat ruii-gctters were M. Shea 38 Hinchy 34, G. Pitt 33, A. Mitchell 23, aad H. Robin son i'i, all of whom battod In fine form. Boreer^ bowlsd well ior North Sydnoy, capturing six wickets for Bd runs. The Shoremen in their second innings failed badly against tho bowlinj of Pitt and Hinchy, assisted by good fielding, aud tho innings closed for the small total of 62 runs. Scores : — EAST SYDNEY— First Innings. C. Richardson, c Doneghue, b Whaley 0 J. Gould, lbw, b Bercery ? 43 W. A. Richardson, b Bpriery ... 5 Burton, c Whaley, b Sorcery ... ... ]o Hincliy, b Whaley ? 84 .fc ltzgerald, 6t JJoneghue, b Bercery „. 12 Mitchell, run out ... ... ... 28 Slloridan,...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. THE LOCAL CLUB PREMIERSHIP. "Paddington Beaten Easily by Cumberland. WALFORD AND DONNAN EACH SCORE A CENTURY. South Sydacy Now Divide the Leading Place with Paddington-East Sydney and Central Cumberland Level for Second Position. CENTRAL CUMBERLAND DEFEATS PADDINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

^ CRICKET. ' I THE LOCAL CLUB PREMIERSHIP. ' Paddington Beaten Easily by Cumberland. WALFOKD AND DONNAN EACH SCORE A CENTUKY. South Sydney Now Divide the Leading Place with Paddington — East Sydney and Central Cumberland Lerel for Seoond Position. ? ' | CENTRAL CUMBERLAND DEFEATS PADDINGTON. As was only manifest sifter the display of crioket ou tho opening day, the Central Cumberland eleven achieved aa iiisy victorT over the hitherto unbeaten Paddington team. 'With nil the elements favor ablo to good run-getting iu the shape of a superfine wicket, good light, und fust field, tho Cumberland batsmon continued to the end as they had com menced, to Hcore quickly. Indeed they were not dinmiased (durinif tho whole afternoon, an at 6 o'oloci they had lont only eight wickets for 362 runs. The opening: pair, Wilson and Pye, were not separated until the oeutury had come to view, and ihen the partnership vraa dissolved iu rather ru uniortnuato way. Wiloou increased hie previous contribution to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

W. J. PACKER; LATE WARBY'S HOTEL., THE BUSINESS IN THE BAR IS NO'W CARRIED ON AS USUAL, Mr. PACKER haying purchased a ntSSH SYOCK of the usual standard, which he knows will salt his numerous customers. gT. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION. ALL-COHERS' HANDICAP, 150yds, To be run at BOTANY, MONDAY, MARCH 18. i'lxat Prize, £5 Ss ; Sooond, 2e. Entrance, Is txl. Acceptance, Is. Entries Close at the SHAMROCK CLUB, 614 GEORGE-STREET, On 'WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13. H. JOHNSON, ? ? Sports Seo. PIGEON SHOOTING. BRIGHTON GUN CLUB, LADY ROBINSON'S BEACH. Messrs. Holds worth, Maophornon and Co.'s 20-guinea trophy NEXT TCJESDAX AFTER NOON, 2.30. W. F. CORBETT, Hon. Seo. J. H. WHITE (JJE3IBEU OF TATTEIty ALL'S), 29 BOWE-STBEET (Side of Australia Hotel). COMMISSIONS EXECUTED ON ALL WB2EKILY ©©TUIBiLiES : CANTEBBURY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13. FLYING and GALLOWAY, 80 to 1. CANTERBURY, SATURDAY, MARCH 16. FLYING and CANTERBURY, 80 to 1. STRAIGHT-OUT BOOHS ON ALL THESE EVENTS. ? H- Easiness offices. ? ROBERTS' SINGLE B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

DinsnE a.t ATk A Hi!' OU LEA.33HSTC3 I I 71 fin COMMERCIAL MJy O KESTAUKAN^ NOTED FOR OUR CELEBRATED BEAUTIFULLY COOL. DEYILLED WHITEBAIT, n -tto Vancouver Salmon, m \ kX kl ![ » 1IJJ » KZ. Flounder, . 1 | M ill ill f 'Wild Duck, Stilton and Gorgonzola AJ u, J'lLJ © Cheeses &c., «c. - 482 and 484 GEORGE-STREET, i PITT-STREET ENTRANCE, NEXT TATTERSALL'S HOTEL. ELECTRIC LIGHT. LARGE LAVATORIES. Billiard Room, Four Alcock's Tables, and Smoking Lounges. LETTING OUT DEPARTMENT. SYDNEY TRAMWAY AND OMNIBUS COMPANY , ARE PREPARED ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE TO SUPPLY ? landaus, brakes, waggonettes, and omnibuses FOR BALLS, PICNIC. OR 'WEDDING PARTIES AT REDUCED HATES. LIVERIED COACHMEN AND FIRST-CLASS EQUIPMENTS. OFFICE : 17 MACQUARIE PLACE. TELEPHONE No. 696 BEEG'S LONDON PTE HOUSE AJNT- IREFRESHIvTjKIN-T ROOMS; 111 PITT-STREET, Near HUNTER-STREET. The above establishment has been opened by W. H. BERG, late of Morket atreet. Refreshments of tbe Very Best Description only provided at the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

A SPECIAL NOTICE TO CYCLISTS, TENNIS PLAYERS, SPORTSMEN, &c. Speoial attention is called to CELLULAB GABMENTS which have been specially designed to meot the wants of Cyclists, Tennis Players, Boating Men, Cricketers, Golfers and others who indulge in any bind of Athletics. Athletes often exert themselves, and, thereforo, PEBSP1BE GREATLY. When ordinary clothing is used, tho perspiration, remaining on tho skin on cessation of tho oreroiao, givoa riao to that COLD CHILLY SENSATION, whioh, besides being unpleasant, often forms the prelude to SERIOUS ILLKliSS. By adopting CELLULAR UNDERCLOTHING the wearor will find thiB danger either absent altogether or reduoed to a minimum. In like manner tho Sportsman or Horseman may, by woaring these garments, go through a long day's sport without experiencing the discomfort incident to tho use of ordinary underwear or olosely-raeshed garments. CELLULAB CBIOKET and TENNIS SHIRTS, CYCLISTS, and BOATING SHIBTS, PYJAMAS, DBESS SHIRTS, and ALL U...

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