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WOMEN'S VIEWS. Many Interesting Subjects Chatted About. ALL ABOUT HYPNOTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

WOMEN'S VIEWS. Many Interesting Subjects Chatted About. ALL ABOUT HYPNOTISM. SiKcr the a (Grange case of Parson Clarke and hiB wife, there haa been a great deal of talk in Bocial circles about hypnotism. There are, as we all know, a number of hypnotisers in Sydney, and an increasing number of doctors use it on their patients. I have been making inquiries, and I find as an unquestionable fact that anyone can practice it, and that almost everyone is subject to it. Bnt no one can be hypnotised against his or her will, except in cases like that of Mrs. Clarke, where the will-power Id weakened by fear j no one can 'be hypnotised unless one has the idea that one is 'going1 to be. This is how the doctors usually hypno tise. They explain that it is only an ordinary sleep, or torpor, and they say : ' Look at me, and think of nothing but sleep.' Your eyelids begin to feel heavy, your eyes tired « they begin to wink, they are getting moist, you cannot see dis tinctly. They are closed. Some pat...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LAW COURTS. MONDAY. MARCH 11. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

THE LAW COtJETS. Monday. March 11. CHAMBEit List. — Kenwood and another Y Hoskini^s, stay of proceedings ; ex parte Ada Evelina Ellule, habeas corpus ; Martin v Craven, for referee. Causes List.— No. 1 Jury Court: Lips combe v Matton, Tuite v Thompson, Roches ter v Bank of New Zealand. No. 2 Jury Court : Chioholm v Soiling, Soiling v Steven son, Halladay v Vallack, Grosvenor Hotel Co., Ltd. v Sale and anotber. No. 8 Jury Court : Gilchrist v Anderson, Campbell v Mac plaerson, Shorteli t Wyo Lun, Crook v Llo.vd, Hill v Australian United Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. In Equity.— (Before His Honor the Chief Judge) — At 10 a.m. : Motions generally — The Sydney Soap and Candle Company, Limited, v Borough of Alexandria, motion to continue injuuotion ; Cornwall v Cornweil, petition for payment out ; Osborne v Artis, motion for decree on admission ; 3-e Milhan v Glaoken, motion fcr final order for foreclosure ; Per petual Trustee Company, Limited, v Holt and others, motion for leave to invest. ...

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

CLEMENTS TONIC HAS STOOD THE TEST OF TIME, IS NOT A QUACK NOSTRUM, BUT A RELIABLE PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATION. POSITIVELY CURES INDIGESTION, NEURALGIA. WEAKNESS, I GENERAL DEBILITY, LIVER AND KIDNEY COMPLAINTS. READ THIS CASE. Mrs. D. M'Loake, Wakefield, N.Z., who writes on May 19. 1S93 : — It gives me the greatest of pleasure to testify to the good effects of your wonderful Clements Tonic. My complaint wbb in digestion, accompanied by heartburn and windy epasriis, which were very painful, leaving me very weak, unfitting me for attending to my house hold duties. I got one of your pamphlets from our storekeeper, read its contents, and of people who had been cured by taking Clements Tonic. Hope sprang up in my breast, and I determined to give it a trial I got soma of it, and its effects have proved really wonderful. I also givo it to my ohildren when anything is the matter with them. In fact, I keep it as a family medi oine. When any of our children complain I at once consult your book...

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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. j The Australian Field for Maroh is a large and readable sixpenny worth, whioh, judging by the information supplied, should bo worth many times that sum to those engaged in getting their living from the land. A valuable article is that by tho editor on ' Elementary Dairying and other Industrial Education in Country Schools.' An idea of the nature of the article may bo obtained from tha title, and the following few lines from the introduc tion: — ' The right aim of :v system of national education is to fit children for the iutolligent diachq.rcre, of the ordinary duties of citizen ship. If it does mora than this, or less, it fails in accomplishing its just and proper pur poses. In a farming district, for instance, the aim of a public system of instruction should be to better fit the ohildren for th« work which they would bare to do if no public achools were in existence. In a word, not to educate them above honest manual labor, and make them dissatisfied with t...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HE GOT EVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

HE GOT EVEN. (FOB THE 'SUNDAY TIMES.') We were sitting in the hut; (evety genuine bush tale i3told either in a hut or out of a hut). Frosty Flannagaa scraped the ashes away from the commonwealth dam per. and we beheld thb traok of a hob nailed boot right in the centre of it. ' Hey, mate, did yon wals across the damper t' asked frosty, addressing a weird, crumpled individual, who was aitting on his swag in the corner. ThiB man, who was a stranger to us, shook his head in silent denial. 5e was an astonished-looking person, and his eye balls were a misfit. Everyone thought him guilty, though, till Rabid Ratkins owned up that he did it, accidentally, in a spasmodic fit of loco motor ataxy. ' I was standing just outside the door,' said Rabid, 'when you fellows were all away, and Frosty was down for water. That gallows in tho old stockyard over there led me into unwholesome contempla tion, when suddenly I saw a lot of pink birds fluttering about with no feathers on their bodies, black win...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WEATHER. SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

THE WEATHER. SYNOPSIS QE W.GATH3B TELEGEAMS. j New Caledonia. — Cloudy at Nonmea. Viotoria and Straits. — Unsettled to showery on tho coast ; fine and clear inland. New South Wales. — Unsettled on the coast generally, and iu places raining ; fine else where. New Zealand. — Fine in north and central parts j showery and squally in the south. EOEECAST. Obbeevatory, 9 p.m. New South Wales. — During Sunday and Monday light to moderate winds from S. to N.E.; weathor generally unsettled; showery on tho coast, and Bhowers probable inland. BA1NEALL. Rain has fallen in previous 2d hours : — New South Wales.— Light and soattered on the ooast. Viotopia. — Very light in ports of South. Queensland. — Light to heavy, on the ooast, scattered, with thunderotorma inland. Parents buy Mother Graven' Worm Exter minator because they know it is a safe medi oine for their ohildren, and an effeotual ex pollor of worms.®

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RACING AT RANDWICK. Common and Patroness. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

KACING AT KANDWICK. Common and Patroness. A great crowd could not be expected on an off day like yesterday, but, nevertheless, tbe attendance at Randwiok was very satisfac tory indeed. About 5000 people wero in the several divisions, and tho club returns will show a margin of profit on the day. The racing wis of an interesting order, each of the five races run being well worth witnessing. The course was in tine order, and the well kept grass ground in the grandstand reserve and lawn was grateful to the eye. Selections of musio by the 2ud Infantry Bagiment Band enlivened the afternoon's proceedings, and among the crowd wero noticeable a good many returned visitors from Fleinington races. It is evident that an occasional day's raoing at Bandwiok is appreciated, and the prospects look rosy for the forthcoming Autumn four days' racing at headquarters. Mr. T. S. Clibbora headed his staff in carry ing out the day's business, although scarcely reoovered from a recent illness, and thero was...

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

HAMl-K-HAHD TAILORS,

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

: T. M'Kibbm is returning to Sydney in tho steamer Wodonga. [ Charles Turner is still in Melbourne, -where lie is detained owing to the indisposition oi Mrs. Turner. Tho Paddineton and South Svdnev clubs are level in the leading position for the local .crioket premiership. ' Mr. Prank Wilkinson will handicap at%the ;.ensning Autumn meeting of the A.J.C., owing -to Mr. Scare's inability on account of ill ?iealth. Lillie Bridge pony races 'will be run to morrow (Monday) night. Good entries havo ibeen received, and some excellent sport may 'be expected. Mr. W. J. Packer, of Warby'n Hotel, an ;Hounce8 that the business in the bar is being carried on as before, and that he has pro cured a fresh stock quite up to the usual Standard. For comfort and good living commend me to ;the Imperial Arcade Hotel, Pitt-street.* An all-ccanore' handicap, 150yds, will be 'run in connection with St. Patrick's Day cele bration. at Botany, on Maroh 13. Entries close on Wednesday next, at the Shamrock Club....

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THE WORLD SPORT STARTING PRICES OF YESTERDAY'S WINNERS. AT RANDWICK [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

lllj .*. STARTING PRICES OF YESTERDAY'S WINKERS. AT RANDWiCKi ; Common 6 to 1 against. Cadet, 7 to 4 against. Bob Bay, 5 to 4 against. '-X'; ? , Annadonr, 5 to 1 against. ' ; . Patroness, 7 to 1 against. AT FLEMINGTON. y Hova, 10 to 1 against. /?'. ''? . Merman, 10 to 1 against. , ?? ??'' f Devon, 7 to 1 against. ? [ Grandwing, 6 to 1 against. ' Havoc, 2 to 1 on. Bradford, 5 to 1 against.

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RACING AT FLEMINGTON. HOVA DEFEATS WALLACE. Haroc, Bradford, and Merman Win for St. Albans. MELBOURNE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

BAOING ' AT FLEMINGT0K % IIOY A DEFEATS WALLACE- ' Ilaroc, Bradford, and Merman Win for St. Albans. i (BT WIBE — FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Melbourne, Saturday Night. The Y.B.C. Meeting was brought to a con olnsion to-day in magnificent weather. , The attendance was excellent, but it ia hardly likely the club will clear anything on the four days. Punters opened badly, the All-aged Stakes, for whioh Wallace was considered next door to a certainty, going to Hova, who beat Wallace by half a head only after a great fiuish. The performance on the part of Wallace was, however, a great one, and I have no doubt whatever that ha is tbe bast two- i year-old of the St. Albans lot, and that i Wallace, and not Challonger, will be the ' stable Derby horse next season. Hova'a victory came as a great surprise, as he was not considered quito ready, and ran indifferently in the Newmarket Handicap. The BtfiE,rt two-year-old, Ayrshire, showed a bold front to the turn, but he failed to stay it out, an...

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

CHAMPION 50s. SUITS.

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SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON. The squadron Bailed a rp.ee yesterday in two heats and a final over tho triangular course for prizes .£12, .£5, and £3. Handicaps wore given as usual at the start. First Heat. — The starters, skippers, and handi cappers were : Volunteer, 24ft (G. Holmes, iun.), scratch; Sidney Pearce, 24ft (H. Pearce), |min ; Willia, 24ft (H; Messenger), aud Flyingflsh, 24ft (A. E. G. Thomas), lmin; Esmeralda, 22ft (W. Bead), ljmin: Kauanook, 20ft (Mark Foy),2$min; Victor, 20ft (G. Holmes, son.), 2jniin ; Nereid, 18ft (T. Colebrook, sen.), 2jmin ; Cvgnet, 18ffc (G. Ellis), 3imin; White Wavo, lfctft (H. C. Pritchard), Simla j Flying Fox, 18ft (J. Morgan), 4imin. To the 'l'uylor Bay flagmast the boats had a run, Cygnet carried a squaresail whilst the others tan under ballooners. Flying Fox bounded tho .mark first, whilst the others rounded pretty well in the order iu which they had nassod tbe starter's boat. On the beat Nereid worked the weather shore, Esmeralda, which fast ove...

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PRINCE ALFRED YACHT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

PRINCE ALFRED TACHT CLUB. I It was to be regretted that more representative boats did not compete in the club's race for yachts 10-rating and undor (handicapped). Perhaps tho small prizes now being offered Dy the yacht clubs have much to do with the few entries. First prize, £6 Cs; second, £3 3s. When won, not sufficient to properly wet the whistle of the crew. The course was from a flying start at 2.15, from a line betweeu the Orlando s buoy aud tho starter's boat, round olub buoy at Manly, and t&ence round Shark Island, Fort Denison, Pilo Light (off Watson's Bay) to a finish, between flag boat aud Orlando's buoy. Tho Btarters were: — Isea, Dr. Milford, scratoh ; Bronzowing, Mr. H. M. Cockshott, 6min; Assegai, Mr. P. II. Sullivan, 7min ; Lahloo, Mr. W. H. Murrell, 22min ; aud Viva Brandon, Mr. G. S. Brock, 32miu. The start was a very fair one, the boats getting away well together. Bronzowing led across the line. She soon, however, gavo first place to iBea, which,' as was to...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

ROWING. Sculling men must not forget that entries are now being taken for the carnival to be brought off ou the champion course, Parramatta Biver, ou April 20 and following days. There will be £100 given in prizes, and a massive trophy. Full par ticulars are advertised in thiB issue. The annual presentation of prizes in connection with the Balmain Bowing Club took place on Friday evening in the club-house, Whitehorse Point, and passed off very happily ; about 150 ladies and gentlemen having assembled to witnoss the pleasing ceremony. Mr. P. H. Sullivan (pre sident) presided, and thero wdre also present : — Mr. W. Mammatt, Mr. Fallon, Captain Thomas Train, Mr. A. Goodyear (vice-president), Captain George Braithwaite (vice-president), Messrs. John Collins, J. Degotardi, Alfred Orton, Fred. Venables, S. J. Porter (captain), James A. D'Arcy (lion, treasurer), and Jas. Murray (hon. secretary), i'lie eveniugwas spent iu a most enjoyable manner, dancing under the supervision of Mr. B. T. D...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

FOOTBALL. The annual meeting dC the Scottish Bifles F.C. (British Association rules) was held on l?riday in the orderly room, when there was a good atten dance, and much interest displayed in the future success of the club. The annual report and trea surer's balance-sheet, showing a credit balance, were adopted. The colors decided on are white shirt with a tartan:sash of the famous 42nd (Black Watch) and blue knickers. The following office bearers ? were elected : Patron, Major-General Hutton; hon. president, Major G. B. Campbell; vice-presidents. Captain Baynes, Lieutenants W. Bobertson, Dibbs, and B.Machurdy, aud Sergeant Major Grieves; captain. Private J. B. Wallace ; vice captain, Color-Sergeant G. Lyons; hon. secretary, Sergeant J. M'Creadie ; hon. treasurer. Private W. Whiteside ; committee, Sergeant J. Strom, Lieu tenant-Corporal C. Havens, Privates W. Mason, J. Houston, and Wylio ; delegates to the Association. Sergeant M'Creadie and Privates W. Whiteside and Wallace. Votes ...

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

' THE DISTRESSING CASE. From O.R. we have received ton shillince on behalf of the distressing cose mentioned in last Sunday's Issue. A Fatal Fall. — A magisterial enquiry was held at the South Sydney Morgue yester day concerning the death of Lizzie Strolt, who was killed by falling downstairs at her reBi denoo, Washington-street, on Friday. A verdiot of accidental death was returned. ' CLAUSE'S WOBLD-IPAMED BLOOD MIS TUBE ' la a guaranteed cure for all Blood and Skin Diseaties. It ia the most ©enrobing blood cleanser ever dlsaoverod, and it will free the system from all imparities from whatever cause uisinff. For Soroftua. Sourvy, Eosema, Bad Lege, Sorea and Pimplea of ail itlndc, its cGoota aro marveilono. xbonsands of Testimonials. Bold everywhere, at Ss Sd per bottle. Beware of worth ess linitatioas and auoatltutoa.'1 ? GBAHAM'S 55s SUITS, -

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

BANKBUPT STOCK. BAISTEBUPT STOCK ; ? WILL P1TWELL, ' ; ' 758 GEORGE-STREET, HAYIMKET, ? Having purchased for SPOT CASH a vary Largo and Well-aBaorted Bankcttpfi Stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, IS NOW OFFERING ' The Whole of ThiQ Stock at Specially deduced Prices. ?. FAR BELOW OTGMSH COST. ; ' O* PL0A5E INSPECT HOME OF THESE HUES EXHIBITED IN WINDOW. XXTRA. O&&XKABY &XEGAINS IN BOOT3, SHOES,

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

Messrs. viles and co., OP 3 BEIDGE-STEEET stdnet. Next door to Messrs. Burns, Philp and Co., Public Accountants, beg to intimate that they have taken into partnership Mr. ARTHUR D. BENNETT, Notary Public for Her Majesty's British Foreign Possessions, late certifloated accountant under th9 Judges seal of the Snpreme ConrS of Now Zea land, and Commissioner of Affidavits for several of the colonies, and the stylo of tho firm will be in tho future VILES AND BEN NETT.—' Viles and Co. Note.— VILES AND BENNETT, private composition accountants trade assignees and auditors, 8 Bridge-Btreet Sydnoy. Messrs. BORCHARDT & BUTCHER* SHAREBROKERS, 12 POST-OFFICE CHAMBERS, Direot Speoial attention to Gympid and Charters Towers Stooks. ? OWNERS OF BUILDINGS OF WHAT EVEE CLASS Will Study their Interest by Insurine some in the LIYEEPOOL AND LONDON A ND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPAQ r, ' The great Fire and Life Insuraneci Company of the_ World.' Lowest Bates. Equitable Adjustment. Prompt Settlement of C...

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SOUTH SYDNEY DEFEATS REDFERN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

SOUTH SYDNEY DEFEATS REDFERN. The South Sydney team achieved a most signal victory over Eadfern on the latter'B ground yester day. in response to tho small total ot 42 made by the local eleven, the Southerners knocked up 247 rune. The bulk of these were made by Harry - Donnan, who was finally stumped for 109,' made in splendid style. He and J. Searlo (who made 34) ! added 94 runs for the fourth wicket, and strangely I enough, Searle was also stumped. E. Hume trundled splendidly ,-.240 balls resulting in only 49 runs and bagging four wiokets. 8. Callaway's run of ill-luck still sticks to him as ho failed to get a run: The Redfern batsmen were making another feeble stand in tho second innings, as at the intervention of time four wickets had fallen for 24 runs. R. Donnau captured three for 8 off 54 balls. ScoreB REDFERN. First Innings ? 42 Second Innings. . - ... A. Hanigan, b R. Donnan ... , ... ... 0 W. Watts, b Robinson ... ... ... 5 J. Wilson, b R. JDonnan ... i ... 0 T. Yates, not...

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