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THE PLAIN STYLE OF EVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895
THE PLAIN STYLE OF EVE. ' CEdipus ' displays p, knowledge of the subject in these smartly-written lines : — I think there is no style in which a woman, be sho blonde or brunette, can dress her hair more bocoming than to allow it tofflow simply over her shoulders. True it is few adopt this fashion, on account, thoy aay, of tho incon venience. It requires regular washing and combing, and no doubt they fancy it oasior to tumble it up into a ball and drive 4-inch nails through it. It looks nice then, does it not? Porhaps the addition of a little of dobbin's tail to make this ball stick up here or fall this vray or that improves the matter. Next coino i the curling-pins, tongs, and in many instances a piece of lighted candle to heat the irons. Bivngs, buns, rolls — Gott in Hemmel ! when ; will we get to the end of thorn P The tongs, are ready, and have changed color. Whew ! what a smell. It's grease and burning hair. How unnatural 1 How pitiful it is to seo women scfe destroy their beaut...
IT CHARMS THE SENSES OP SIGHT AND TOUCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895
IT CHARMS THE SENSES OF SIGHT AND TOUCH. Thus 'Bernardo': — Providing it has not I been shorn, I think a woman's bair is charm ing to both tho senses of sight and touch, when worn unrestrained, and' should be so disdaved when indoors or otherwise t-ractic- 1 able, without causing the wearer incon venience or discomfort. When otherwise i arranging the hair, I think the effect would be more satisfkotory if women would conform more to the features and less to fashion's dic tation. If tho nose is rather prominent the hair might be so arranged on thp forehead (fringed and curled and allowed to project a little) as to considerably modify tho defect. If. worn in this way by a dark woman I think it adds lustre to the eyes.
NO FALSE AIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895
NO FALSE AIDS. ?' Drake' (Girvan, via Booral) says:— Of course there should bp no hard and fast rule by whioh women should wear their hair, but they ought to wear it to suit their form and features. It should bo ail her own, not a false piece of similarly oolored hair, a not un common practice, nor yet stuffed with horse hair, rag, &o. I object to all aids to hair adorning, with the exception of the hair net, as it helps to keep tho hair tidy. Woman has her hair to beautify her, whilst man has his beard, &o., but he does not wear a false beard or moustache, so why should woman, lovely woman, do it ?
HE DETESTS THE BUN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895
HE DETESTS THE BUN. ' Jack '' writes : — It is impossible to name a more becoming style in which to dress the hair than that of tho crown or coil on top of the head, with a woll-curled fringo over the fore head. It gives a look oE distinction to the face, and often makes an otherwise plain girl quite pretty. I approve very much ot a natural fringe, bnt much depends 011 the way in which it is fixed. If nicely curled it is a great improvement to a girl with a very pro minent or high forehead, which in a man looks well, but in a woman ugly. It also imparts a softness to the eyes. I really detest that horrid fashion called the ' bun.' I have never yet seen a face that it suited. Why girls will make themselves ridiculous by wearing it I cannot fathom. If sauoepan-lids were worn instead cf hats most girls would wear them. Girls should try to iiCquiro wisdom and taste, by refusing to be come a prey to that will-o'-the-wisp, tho fashion of the day ; and dress themselves and their hair in th...
A NEAT, ARTISTIC COIFFURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895
A NEAT, ARTISTIC COIFFURE. 'Will' writes; — Let man say what he likes about tho style of arranging hair, most women will contemptuously say, ' Oh I wbat .doe3 he know about it?*' So she will not let us decide which way she should wear her hair. If sho fancies that she looks a guy with her hair worn in a certain style, all the readers of tho Sunday Times could not persuade her that she looks protty. But men have their likes as regards women's hair, and for my part I liko tho following: For young girls in short dresses I like to see the hair flowing loosely down tho back, but - for- women in long dressos I prefer to see it done up in a neat, firm, artistio coiffure, without any of those latest of fashion's follies — hair-neta.
BY THEIR HAIR ARE THEY TO BE JUDGED, [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895
BY THEIR HAIR ARE THEY TO BE JUDGED, j ''Tramp' writes: — The way ladies adjust their hair is of far greater importance to themselves than many of them imagine, inas much as it form3, in my opinion, a very good index to their general habits. For instance, ladie3 who make a practice of doing up their hair properly when they first rise in the 1 morning will in ninety-nine oases out of every hundred be found to be tidy in ^ther respects too, and, moreover, industrious and having a due appreciation of their social and domestic duties ; but ladies who make a habit of tossing their hair together when thoy first get up, and leave the arranging of it until they dross in the afternoon, and perhaps not then, will, in the same ratio, bo found to be slovenly in other mattors, and lacking a proper estimation of thoir household duties, if I wero seeking a wifo I would make it my bueinesB to call at tho residence of the lady of my ohoice early in tho morning, and if she appeared with hor hair thro...
THE STRAIGHT TIP " Every Ballet has its Billet." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895
[?] /(r ' Every Bullet has Its Billot.' The first step to virtue is to love virtue in another. .??Om ' A child without innocence i? like a flower without perfume. ? ? 0 ? ? The experience of want enhances the value of plenty. The more wealth a man has the more difficult it is for him to find out what people really think about him. ? 0 ? ? If a man could be conscious of all that is said about him in his absence he would probably bocome a very modest man in deed. 'When men are as good as their obituaries, and women are as _good as the men think they are, the recording angel in hoaven can take hitf long^needed vacation. There is nothing more tantalising to a man than to go home with something in his mind he wants to grumble about, and find company there, and bo obliged to be polite. Men and women can never agree upon one thing. When a couple of acquaint tances marry, while the women oannot for the life of them sae what he saw in her, the men are at a loss to divine what she saw in him....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895
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WHY HE LOST HIS HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895
WHY HE LOST HIS HEART. Thus 'Saralex,'' who is disingenuousness itself : I am oouipelled, much against my wish, to take part in your discussion re ladies' hair. The fact is, I am very much attached to a charming young lady (excuse my enthusiasm), who, after reading the various expressions in your last issue, and Boeing that none tallied with her style of bair-dressing, straightway declared that I must ijivjb my weighty opinion on this important subject. This would all be very well if I wero allowed to have an opinion, but she declares that if I do not givo an exaot description of her hair, as tho style most to my tasto, well, she will never, nevor speak to mo any more. Now, as I can't entertain the thought of . losing tho sound of her voice for ever, I hasten to givo your readers a descrip tion of tho abovo-montioned young lady's hair, which I am iu duty bound to admire. I believe that the young fellow who takes part in this discussion merely takos his best girl's style as a guide, ...
POPULAR DISCUSSION FOR MEN ONLY. How Women Should Wear Their Hair. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895
POPULAR DISCUSSION E0R MEN ONLY. How Women Should Wear Their Hair. Following are the concluding letters upon this subject : — NO LOVER OF FRIZZY HAIR. 'Eureka' cleverly expresses his views as follows A woman's hair is her principal adornment ; but save me from the one with the frizay Load. She generally seems frizzy all over, for her clothes are put 011 anyhow. This frizzy sort of hair does not even koep on her head ; it has a way of clinging to a fellow's coat and staying there, and when someone else discovers it one feels a fool, and some times gets into 110 end of bother. The other extreme, the plain style, is too prim for my fancy. Hair smoothly brushed, not ono hair out of its plane, tho part in the middle, and tha precise kuob, or tied in a ba^ sort of style, may be very tidy and command respect, but not love. It makes a fellow feol on his good behaviour. If women were in person and heart as Heaven designed them, what would mankind be liko ? I would rather be excused seeing a ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895
ONE B®X OP CLAEKE'S B 41 PILLS is war ranted to cure all discharges from the Urinary Organs, in either sex, Gravel aud Pain in tho back. Guaranteed free from Mercury, Sold in Boxes, 4s 6d each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors. Sole Proprietors, The Lin coln and Midland Counties Dbuo Co., Lincoln. England.* ? THE TAILOR MAKES THE MAN. GRANT, the Tailor, for Style yon meet At ONE HUNDBED and FIFTY-FIVE OXFOED* STREET, Famed as a Cutter, noted for Fit, The whole of his Work does make a Hit. His Samples of Cloth aro the Choicest known. And all Attention and Care is Shewn. W. J. PACKER, LATE WARBY'S HOTEL. THE BUSINESS IN THE BAB IS NOW CARRIED ON AS USUAL, Mr. PACKEB having purchased a FBESH STOCK of the usual standard, which he IcnowB will suit bis numerous customers.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895
S. BEOTETT AJSTX) CO., Tea Dealers, Grocers, Wine and Spirit Merchants 476 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, ARE SELLING MELVIN'S EDINBURGH PALE ALE, Per case, 6 doz pints, 5a per doz ; 4 doz quarts, 7s per doz. BOAR'S HEAD ALE (Bottled by Ha.li-), Per-oase, 4 doz quarts, 7s' per doz. GUINNESS' BOAR'S HEAD PORTER (Bottled by Hall), Per case, 8 doz pints, 6s 3d per doz : 4 doz quarts, 8s 9d per doz. COMBE AND CO.'S EXTRA LONDON STQUT, Per case, 6 doz pints, 5s 9d per doz ; 4 doz quarts, 7s 6d per dos St. ESTEPHE CLARET, 12s per doz. ALBURY MUSCAT, ]?ino Matured Wine, 18s per doz.' ALBURY PORT, Old Wine, excellent Value, 24a per doz. AGENTS for DOYLE S Red and White KALUDAH — Pints, 12s ; quarts, 21s par doz Monthly Price List Forwarded on Application. I ^^^S^CCESS- 1 a* -^oW^OT-4 ? YOU WAVE NO IDEA AT WHAT ADVANTAGE YOU CAN BUY BOOTS AND SHOES. IT 'WILL PAY YOU to send for our CATALOGUE, and JUST RUN YOUR EYE down it IC^r 0TJR ' 0VEK : HAtF-GUINEA 3000 PAIRS ! iBOOTSfiL||^iLl sold ' ARE STILL I...
BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895
[?] There is an old-fashioned o-overb to tha effect that one man may take a horse to the water, bnt twenty cannafc make hinl drink. But it is evident th.-.t- ci-e ? nera: of that model of legislation, .he Mar !oi-: palitieB Act, had thought out ti- qaaatiou aud determined that if any horse or aa« wanted his own way he should at loasbj have the privilege of paying for it. they seem to have inserted the -::iau3e to the effect that if an alderman retained hia seat or forfeited it by absence he sliould ba fined the tidy sum of £25, thma pku;ing him on about the same criminal bv-el as a sly grog-seller or the keeper of an illicit 5 still. Under this generouB provision^ a Blayney alderman has just be. en; mulcted in tho penalty mentioned, and by, this time he is probably of opinion thaflk his municipality valued hio servicos far too highly. It is all very wull having a sjoodj opinion of one's self, but it is a diilt-reafe: matter when one's freedom has to ho pur-, chased at the same extra...
GENERAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895
GENERAL REMARKS. Tho investment market, although it has not Bhown quite so muoli liveliness during the j past as compared with the previous week, has I yet given no evidence of goiug backward. So j far as tho best classes of stocks aro concerned, j there has boon a considerable tarn-over, os neclallv in Steam. Brewery, and Insurance shares. A largish lino in Sydnoy Hydraulics has baen bought hero on Melbourne account. Why the southern capital should tako a fanoy to this atook is difficult to understand. It only pays 6 per cent, on the lOd to which its shares are paid up, so that at present prices, say 14s 6d, the return will be but 4£ per cent, per annum. Ouo would imagine from the reports of the Sydney Stock Exchange that there had been next to no business done at all in mining scrip during the past week, and the reports of tho Exohange are, to a oortain extent, upon this occasion a reflex of the outside world. Thore was at the commencement of the week very little speculation, bub ...
MINING AND FINANCE. THE MINES AND THE MINING MARKET. "There is always a charm in the unexpected."—LORD ROSEBERY'S REOERT SPEECH. OUR LETTER BOX. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895
MIMNft m FINANCE. ? THE MINES AND THE MINING ? ; MARKET. ' There is always a oharm In the unexpected.' ; — Loud Eoseeeetc's Ehoeux Speech. . * ? ? ? ? ? 'V . OUR UGTTER EOS.' .5 , )' ? k Jr TO COBSBSPONDENT3. [Xetters mxt^t reach uo, addressed to the Mining Editor, before Friday. No notloo la taken of anonymous aorrespondenoe.] SLO'B.— Eio Tintos are worth, say, £15, and De Beers are quoted at 13$d s.d. Ovjislakdek. — The following particulars of the Emperor mine, in tho Murchison, will, wo hope, satisfy yoa. Tho mine is uituated at Day Dawn, and is well equipped with a two-stamp 'battery worked by horse gear. Since the erection of the plant in Juno, 1694, crushing has beon going on continuously, with a result for tho last six months of 330oz lOdwt of gold from about 52 tone, being a little over 6£oe per ton. During tho month of January of the present year 10 tonn wero put through for a return of 71oz retorted rrold, being over 'oz per ton. It is stated that this oioellont proporty,...
ADELAIDE CRICKET. THE GIFFEN TESTIMONIAL. (BY WIRE—FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ADELAIDE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895
ADELAIDE CRICKET. The GiFyBN Testimonial. (BY WIRE — FEOJI OUK OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Adelaide, Saturday Kfiijlit. A continental concert was given in the Exhibi tion to-nicrht iu aid of the George Giifen fund. There was a big attendance, which included the champion and several other members of the South Australian Eleven. Despite the fact that Giffen's right hand was swollen and sore, be was induced to play for his club, the Adelaide, against North Adelaide, on the City Oval, to-day. He got off the Melbourne Ex press, and went to the Oval shortly aftor. North Adelaide made 285, Pettinger scoring 68. Giifen bowled two wickets for I run. Adelaide totalled 172 for the loss of three wickets. George Giifen was caught after scoring 43, and Joe Darling made £0 not out. South Adelaide met the Anstrals, and the former going in first, lost nine wiokets for 179, T. Bennett making 89.
WORLD OF SPORT. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895
WORLD 01 SPORT. CONTINUED FBOM PAGE 6. . ? ? ? CRICKET. Paddington and Woollahrn H.H. Club defeated t^ng at Centennial Park on Wednesday, the seores being 8*1 and 23. Orwell II. defeated Springfield at Bushcuttera Bay by one wicket and 82 runs. J. Jessop made 12 B0t out and H. Poulton 6 not out for the winners. Centennial Lodge (I.O.G.T.) Pyrmont were beaten by Pyrmont Practice Club by 10 tuns. Scores : Centennial 84, B. Burling *8; Pyrmont Practice 96, Morrison 23, Lookley 18.' The bowling for the former was done by O. and W. Burling and Fox, and for the latter by S. Ogg and Webber. John Hunter, Jun.'s (68) defeated Eosedale (8) and 36. Holmes (30).- Clarke (11), and Widgery (10) batted best for the former team. Clarke (six for 4) and Holmes (three for 4). did tbe bowling for the winners, while Devase and House bowied best for the losers. Murray Brothers beat Britannia at Parramatta by 24 runs. Murray Brothers, 105 (Haigh 28, Dixon 22, L. Griffiths 20,-Mackay 16). Britannia, 81 (Wh...
SAILING NOTES. [BY "WEATHER-EYE."] [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895
SAILING NOTES. I (By ' Weather-Eye.'*) The aou'-aou'-eastar of yesterday was a fair breeze for the yachts and small sailing boats, and the racing under the auspices pf the I Sydney Flying Squadron Club was magni ficent. The flacsliiD of the Prinoe Alfred Yaoht Club was in evidence on the harbor yes terday. Tho club's race for yaohts 10-rating and under cannot be said to have been either interesting or exciting'. There were four starters, esclusivo of Mr. Brook's own creation, the alow and much ridiculed Viva. Why does Mr. Brook persist in racing his oddity ? He might, I think, well satisfy himself in using her for pleasure pur poses only, for whatever she may be as a comfortable conoern, she has not a feather to fly with as a racing boat. That veteran yachtsman, Mr. Alfred Fair fax, was aboard tho ilagship. Those who re member him in the good old Magic days are now thinning considerably. Ho, however, is well, and looks as young as he did ten years ago. His interest in sailing is as ...
POLICE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895
POLICE COURTS* He Wanted Seven Days, — Andrew Caldwell appeared at tho Central Polioo Conrfc yesterday in answer to a oharge of being found in a drunk«n state on the previous evening. Cald well pieaded guilty to the oharge, and ex pressed a hope that he would receive seven days' imprisonmeut, whioh might induce him to act more oautiouslv on future onnaRionn. Tho desired penalty was imposed, but Cald well on leaving the oourt seemed to be dissatisfied with the result. Reminded. — G. Callan and P. Brown were remanded till Wednesday, at the Central Police Court, yesterday, ou a oharge of being suspected persons, _ frequenting Pitt-street witn intent to commit a felony, ItiefCeci ual Searching. —At the Central Polico Court, yesterday, Vitz Johnston, a colored man, 27 years of age, was charged with having a gold watch in hiB possession, reasonably suspected to have been stolon. When in the dock Johnston produasd a rooeipt for tho watch and a gold ring, despite tho fact that he had been p...