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HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. LAYING A FOUNDATION STONE And Distributing Prizes. RICHMOND, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

HAWKESBURY AGRICUL TURAL COLLEGE. LAYING A FOUNDATION STOXE And Distributing Prizes. (3Y WIHE — FROM QUE OWN COERESPONDENT.J Eichmond, Saturday Night. Tub Hon. Sydney Smith, Minister for Mines and Agriculture, to-day viBited Riohmond to lay tho foundation stone of tho new College buildings. He afterwards presided at the distribution to the successful students of the diplomas, medals, and prizes won at the College. Tho Minister made speoial reference to the great interest Mr. Burdekin had always taken and atill continued to take in tho welfare of agri culture generally and the progress of the Uawkesbury Agricultural College in parti cular, aa evidenoed in his liberal annual gifts, which consisted of a contribution in money to the prize fund, in addition to the handsome saver medal known as ' The Burdekin,' one of which accompanied each of the College diplomas. Tho Minister regretted the absenoe of Mr. Burdekin, a sentiment that was enthu siastically endorsed by the applause of the cr...

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

HEW LAWYERS. Before the Full Court yesterday the fol lowing were admitted to practice a» mem bers of tha bar of N.S.W. : Edward William Theodore Gerber and Brougbton Barnabas O'Connor. The solicitors ad mitted wore : Honry Richard Crossman, Godfrey Basil Elwin, Otto Kong Sing, Wilfred' Cecil Metcalfe, Thomaa Daniel O'Sullivan, James Joseph Quirk, Herbert Michael Salenger, Albert John Tartakover. Mr. John Robb Baxter Bruce was con ditionally admitted, and the conditional admission of Mr. Herbert AUon waa con firmed.

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A WATCHMAN DROWNED. He Was Wanted for Desertion. NEWCASTLE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 March 1895

A WATCHMAN DROWNED. He Was Wanted for Desertion. (by w/be— from oub own correspondent.) Newcastle, Saturday Night. A man named Thomas Howell, watchman on the ship Maraval, went ashore on Wed nesday, and -Vraa missing until found drowned in the harbor this afternoon. The water police were looking for him on war rant for desertion. An inquest is pro ceeding.

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

The popular Nithsdale Assemblies will re open on April 3. Tho Excelsior Ball, in aid of tbe Bay-road Extension Fund, will be held in tho Leich- ! hardt Town Hall on Friday evening. Dancing ! Degm3 at p.m. Professor Smith announces that his classes will be held only at Surreyville this season. The opening assembly will take place on April 4. The dancing classes at Nithsdale, noted for ; the kind attention and encouragement shown j pupils by Mr. Needs, have already re-opened ; for the new season, the pupils' ball last week having set the ball rolling very merrily. At the Railway Institute ou Wednesday evening an amateur company will produce *?' The World of Boredom,' a comedy in three acts, translated and adapted by Mme. j Gough, of Parramatta, from tho comedy by j M. Paillerou, entitled ' Le Monde ou 1'on j s'ennuie.' No doubt there will bo a large attendance on the interesting occasion. | A successful benefit entertainment was given in the Roynl Standard Theatre on Wed nesday, in ai...

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PADDINGTON v. NORTH SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

PADDINGTON v. NORTH SYDNEY. The Paddington team made their first appearance on the oval at North Sydney yosterdiiy, agaiust tho local crickotors. A goodly congregation of people watched the play, enjoying the earlier part very much. North Sydney went to the wickets first, and started very well, though tho innings realised only 120 runs. I1'. Wado compiled 34, J. \Vheatley35, H. Deane 19, and Sampson 12. E. Hogan secured eight wickets for 61 runs, and P. Macimnara one for 3. Sweetnam was a host in tho slips, securing three wickets. The fact of no sundries beiug recorded spenks well for Kelly's wicket-keeping, since his hand is not yet thoroughly healed. Pac'dington havo lost two wickets for 78 runs, A. C. Baunermuu having 28 not out to his credit. A. Mackenzie made 24 and E. Noble is not out 15. Scores: — NORTH SYDNEY. F. Wade, c Sweetnam, b Hogan.. 34 H. Wade, c Sweetnam, b Hogan..; ... 2 N. Donaghue, b Hogan ? 9 H. Deane, b Hogan ? 19 Whealey, b Hogan ? 1 J. Whiiatley, c Bannerman,...

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EAST SYDNEY v. CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

EAST SYDNEY v. CANTERBURY. The efforts of the Canterbury batsmen against I East Sydney on the oval at Buslicutter's Bay were of the feeblest nature. On a splendid wicket and with good light they wero dismissed by Shea and Turner without a change for 51 runs. W. Bobison and Kemp, the opening pair, mado 16 each, but tho others failed badly. Shea secured five for i!D, and Turner thl-ee for 21, each bowling well, Turner being the loss fortunate in the matter of chanco3 dropped. The Ea3t Syduey batsmen were delighted nt the prospect of having an innings ou the splendid wicket, but only two of them enjoyed the experience of ruu-gotting. At 4 o'clock C. Richard son and Gould opened, and they were still there at 6 o'clock, the score standing at 147 without the loss of a wicket. Xlie East Sydney captain made 77 and his partner 62, each displaying very good form. The bowling of Canterbury was not well backed up by tho field. Scores CANTERBURY. W. Bobisor.b Shea ? 16 Komp, c Itr bin^ou, b Shea...

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GLEBE V. LEICHHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

GLEBE v. LEICHHAEDT. Anemeetiugor tne Glebe and x.eicnnardt teamsat Wentworth Park attracted a large crowd of on lookers, who had the pleasure of seeing tho local champions add another success to the list, The Leichhardt batsmen went iu first on a fine wicket, but exhibiting the feeblest efforts tbey succumbed as the easiest victims to Newell and Buckle. The inningB realised 39, Morris alone gettiug double ijguroa. Newell bagged six for 18, and Buckle threo for 14, so that their averages will be improved by the day's bowling. Ellis kept wickets well for tho local tpain. The Globe batting was hardly up to expectations, as they lost eight wickets for 107. A. Buckle maintained his recent good form in compil ing 44. The brothers Newell were the most successful of the other (Hobo batsmen. Osborne, Storey, and Conuell bowled with success for Leich hardt. Scores : — LEICHHABDT. J. Storey, b Newell ? 6 F. Holt, b Newell ... ? ? 4 J. Meaney, b Newell ? 0 A. Furuess, c Ellis, b Buckle ? 0 H. ...

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WAVERLEY v MANLY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

WAVERLEY v MANLY. The prettily situated Oval at Waverley was visited for the first time by the Manly team yester day. A good wicket having been prepared aud tho Villagers losing tho toss they found themselves employed all the afternoon in endeavoring to dis- ! lodge the local batsmen. The latter compiled 165, ; S. Austin making 53, aud succum bing to a lirst-class catch. Ernest Ironsides was run out for 46. F. M'Elhone made the valuable contribution of 30, and Hoskiugs added 14, and P. Pemoll 1 1. F. Row with five for S9, aud F. Ridge two i'or 14 bowled with most success for Manly, whose fielding wus very good indeed. Scores : — WAVERLEY. S. Austin, c Row, b F. Ridge ? 53 W. Harrington, c M'E mmett b Bow ... 0 W. 'l'rickett, b Row ? 0 W. Hoskiug, c Hayes, b Bow ? 14 A. Terry, b Row ? 0 E. Ironsides, ruu out ? 46 W. Bell, b F. Ridge ? 0 P. Pomell, b Hayes ? 11 Leary, b Eraser ? 2 F. M'Elhone, b Bow ... ? SO B. Richardson, not out ? 5 Sundries ? ? ? 4 Total ? ... 165 BowLiNa Analysis....

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OUR RAILWAY MEN. SOME OF THEIR FUNNY LITTLE WAYS. Their Political Influence. USEFUL INSTITUTIONS. Why There is no Provident Fund. AUSTRALIANS AS RAILWAY EMPLOYEES. II. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

OUR RAILWAY MEN. ? » — SOME OF THEIB FUNNY LITTLE WATS. Their Political Influence, USEFDt IKSTITOTIONS. Why There is no Provident Fund, AUSTRALIANS AS RAILWAY EMPLOYEES, II. Although the engine-driver may be said to occupy the most responsible position on the train, he is, to a certain extent, behind the scenes, and not so much in evidence as either the guard, the porter, or the ticket collector. Few pabsengers, especially on the suburban lines, trouble to castt a pass ing glance at tue men on the engine, and even amongBt long-distance travellers there are not many, like one of our former Governors, who made it a practice to go up and have a yarn with the driver before starting ; but then we are not all Governors, and probably the drivers would hardly care to encourage . such familiarity on the part of ordinary travellers. THE TICKET-COLLECTOR, however, like the poor, is always with us. We hear his monotonous challenge of ' All tickets, please,' above the din of the wheels and the s...

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FRENCHS'. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

FRENCHS'. . i Our Sterling Silver watches for a few shil lings each are unequalled. S&e them in our window, all going to time. Also Gold Watches, heavy gold cases, J&l and £1 10s each. A written guarantee given with every watoh. Watches thoroughly oleaned, guaranteed twelve months, 2s 6d. Best mainspring, 2s 6d. Frenchs' New Shop, 632 George-street, Brick field Hill (few doors below Lawler's).®

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THE WEATHER. SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

TEE WEATHER. SYNOPSIS OF WEATHEE TELEGEAMS. JNew (Jaledoiaa. —Threatening at .Noumea. Victoria and Straits. — Threatening or rain inp throughout. Tasmania. — Threatening or raining gene rally. New South Waiea. — Unsettled on the coast and in southern parts of the oolony ; raining in many parts south of the Mnrrumbidgee ; clear in other parts. Queensland. — Fine and clear generally ; scattered clouds on the count. FOEECAST. Ubbbhvatort, 9 p.m. New South Wales. — Weatber generally squally and unsettled during Sunday ami Monday, with rain in south-eastern districts. RAINFALL. Rain has fallen in previous 24 hours : — New South Wales. — Light to heavy in southern distriots, with thunderstorms.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

FREE INFORMATION. ? © ? FOB READEES OF THE 'SUNDAY TIMES.' We desire it; to be undar stood that, while we endieavor to get thoroughly accurate advice for our readers, we in no way hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed., INFORMATION COUPON. Sunday Times. n0.4S. This mast be cut out and forwarded with any question. FREE LKGAL ADVICE. Tho following are the replies for the week : — Constant Eeader : No, not after sis ye.irs. J.G. : Yes, tlie bills of sale and mortgages are valid. Tramway C.C. : I do not think you can recover, as yours is an illegal association. Georgius Sidus (Broken Hill) : Yes, you can sue, and have the judgment enforced in Victoria. Libia : If his crueltv is such that you cannot live with him, you can leave him and sue for main tenance, H.C. : You appear to be in a position to csusult a solicitor, and qut advice is only for thoBe with out means. E.L.I. : You cannot recover the amount due to you, as more than six years have elapsed since the debt accru...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

? Bnsijuess KTottaces. ? BOUFMM ' liSffiOS,, »7 ©S;F-1-1S]^-=§1']^£EE,S, (BETWEEN CROWN AND RILEY STS.) No one should be without a Bottle or two of our Choice old Vintages, CLAEETS, HOCKS, POETS, SHEEEIES, £c., in great varieties. Eecommended by the most Eminent Physicians of Sydney and London. We guarantee every Wine sold to be Fully Matured. The Success of the day is the SWEET POET we are selling at Is per quart, , « hich can only be obtained 'at our above address and which should be found in every workman's home. All our Wines are sold by the SINGLE BOTTLE at WHOLESALE PEICES, ranging from Is. up to 7s. 6d. per bottle. Specially matured vin- , tagaa for invalids. Daily Deliveries to all parts of Citj and Suburbs, JpUEBTH, THE STRAND. PITT-STEEET. ' large vaeiety of at.t. kinds op FANCY GOODS, PEESENTS, -Sto, PURSES CARD CASES POCKET-KNIVES BRONZES GLASSWARE CHINA WRITING CASES WORK BASKETS DOLLS AND TOYS ????'jc EVERY DESCEIPTIOJf Well-known establishment of 'FUERTH,' THE STEAND,...

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THE MAILS. MONDAY. MERIMBULA AND EDEN, 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

| THE MAILS. | MONDAY. I jIep.imbula asd Eceit, 11 a jn. IQ '«!, HOKOLULU, UAKAUA, UHITKD STATES OF 1 AatRICii Uhiibd Ejhoboh, and ConrnrzKi or I f-fscxrc, Canadian-Austrulian steamer Warximoo, g U.30 a.m. 1 AticriisD, 4c. (N.Z.), Navisatobb' Islakds, i ^osqujlu, Unitbd States of Ameeica, Canada, I y*iTED KihgdoM, and Contikh^t op Eceopi, a and A. steamer Alameda, 2 p.m. 1 Isnu and Cohtiusst of Eubqpe (overland to ra Adelaide, and thence per AuBtral), 2.30 p.m. ia byiiKD Kikodom (overland to Adelaide, and f'| Par A mitral), 3 p.m. ? I ^ I-ii- Austral (letters addressed to parsons on ?ST*1, over'and to Adelaide, 3 p.m. Avsthalia (via Adelaide), 4 p.m. i ^Hoeabt akd Laubchbiom (via Melbourne), 4 r j Pobi ITacquame as» Nakbucca Bivsb, 7 p.m.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

? wi.., :r.„ ? Fmuerals. A O. FORESTERS' DEMONSTRA^ J. -a. a TluN COMMITEE. ^lembers of the above Committee are re. quested to attend the Funeral of His Excellency, Sir E. Dull, THIS AFTEENOON. E. HAYTON, President. JAMES SPEEEIN, Treasurer, M. A. SCANLAN, Secretary. MASONIC. The W.M. of the Australian Lodge of Harmony No. 5 fraternally invites ilrethren of the Lodge to MEET at Governoi Bourke s Statuo TO-DAY (SUNDAY) at 1.45 p.m.. ana form iu procession to follow the remains ot our ate M.W.G.M., Bro. Sir K. W.DUFF, to Waverley GEEGOEY G. J. M'INTOSH, W.M. JOHN BKADIjKY, Secretary. LODGS COSMOPOIilTAN, No. 67. TJ.G.Ii , NE'W WAJjEs- — The OFFICEES and are requested to Meet at 1.30 p.m.. Government Gates, Macquarie-street, to attend the li uneral of late Bro. Sir E. W. DUFF, G M U.G.L., :\ew Suutli Wales. ALEXE. BUCHANAN! W.M. ED. Vv ATT, Secretary. ASONIC.— -The OFFICEES and MEiUBKES of LODGE GLADSTONE, No. 157 U.G L ^ 'quested to attend the Funeral of the M.W .G.M., Sir EOBT. DUFF,...

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SHIPPING. THE TIDES. HIGH WATER—SYDNEY COVE. Morning. Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

| SHIPPING. I 9 1 THE TIDES. JUGH WATEK-STDNEY COVE. Mornintr. Afternoon. Date h. m. h. m. Rckbat, March 17 ? ? 12 3 ... 12 26 Moswt. „ 18 ? 12 E3 ... 1 18 Tcmdat. „ IB ... ... 1 51- ... 2 23 ?Wjbnihdat „ 20 ... ... 3 I ... 3 38 IbsbbdaT, „ 21 ... ... 4 15 „, 4 51 vjmur, ,, 22 ... 5 22 5 53 BiiUBDAT, ,, 23 ? ? 6 18 ... 6 42 ARRIVALS— March 16. B.H.S. Oceana (P. and O. line), 6670 tons, Cap tain E. Stewart, from London via ports. G. Douglas ilichie, agent. Tumbc, str, 732 tons, Captain W. Hipgrave, from Ho'onrt. Huddort, Parker and Co., agents. Ikrril'ool, str; Vi2 tons, Captain W. Hammer, [rem Brisbane. W. Howard Smith and Sons, Ltd., -feuts. ;,'iruui, str, 1414 tons, Captain E. J. Skinner, from -'iwca6tle. Bosedale, str, .274 tons, Captain L. Paulson, from Jeilisjer River and Port Macquarie. Fiori, str, 817 tons. Captain E. H. Smith, from JJaj.iliorough and Clarence Eiver. DEPARTURES— March 16. Strathdon, bq, for London. Embla, bq, for New Britain, Oonah, str, for Hobart. i'urimbla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

L-~ ? ' — : ' -'' ' : - - ''Tgl , THE LATE GOVERCMB,., . | | PHOTOGEAPHS OF HIS EXCELLENCY '-? can be obtained from :( f- , VAMDYCK AND CO.,. f ti ? : Photographers to the late 3 SIR ROBERT W. DUFF, 1 I: . P.C., G.C.M.G., ' i | : !i ' ; Cabinets ? Is each. a! ;. r 10x8 ? ... 4s each. a !? . j Posi Fbee to ant Addeess. i Hi PHOTOS of the late GOVEBNOB B| : i in Full ; ® l FJJASOMIC REGALIA. ' ' I The reproduction which appeared in thff H ' Daily Telegraph ' of yesterday was from r§ a photograph by VANDYCKandCO. STUDIOS : GEOEGE and MABKET b STEEETS, SYDNEY || (Over John Hunter's Boot Palace). jl ? Publications. BEAD NEXT WEEK'S BIRD 0' MEEDOM. STARTLING ! SENSATIONAL I CHINEBE DENS. A TBUE AND EXHAUSTIVE EEPOET BY A SPECIALIST. A-WEUXi^scnsisrES. PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED.. ^ s ©iiEJ IPENSY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

j COMMENTARY MOURNING. | I OSBORNE AND CO. | Are showing a splendid Assortment of Mourning Goods of every description | l in DRESS GOODS, MANTLES, COSTUMES. MILLINERY, BLOUSES, ! fj CAPES, JACKETS, SILKS. DRESSMAKING ARTISTICALLY EXECUTED. | BEST VALUE IN THE CITY. SEE, OUR WINDOWS. | j 57 OXFORD-STREET (One Min. from Hyde Park). J

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

Funerals. Headquarter Staff Of5ce, Victoria Barracks, 16/3/95. F accordance with Genoral Orders of this date, tho following Troops will parade at Victoria Barracks, under their respective Com manding Officers at 12.80 p.m. TO-1IOEEOW (SUNDAY), tho 17th Instant, to form part of the Cortege for tho Funeral of His Excellency the late Sir Eobert William Duff, P.C., G.C.M.G., Gorornor and Commander-in-Chief : LANCEES — No. 1 (Sydney-Parramatta Squadron). Brigade-Division Field Artillery B and C Bat teries. 2nd Garrison Division Artillery, Nos. 3 and 4 Com panies and Baud. Corps of Engineers, Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4 Companies. 1st Infantry Eegunent — Band and Headquarter Companies. 2*1 ? 5th ,, ,, „ (Scottish Eifles) Review Order, with haversacks, to be worn, except for Infantry Eegiments not completed with Eeview order, who will wear Drill order, with haversaclts, and Officers Blue Patrol jackets. The Parade will count aB a half-day for pay and efficiency. Non-commissioned Officers and Men o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

FHE INDIARUBBER, GUTTAPERCHA, AND TELEGRAPH WORKS CO. (Limited). 'WORKS ? SILVERTOWN, ENGLAND, 283 GEORGE-STREET, TELEPHONE, 882. PERSAN BEAUMONT, ? P.O. BOS, 286. FRANCE. HAVE ON SALE SPECIALTIES IN INDIARUBBER, ASBESTOS, EBONITE, GUTTA PERCHA, AND ALLIED GOODS. For M. Engineers I.E. and ASBESTOS GOODS, for all Requirements. For E. Engineers ELECTRIC CABLES, WIRES, STORES, &c. For Mine Managers BOCK DRILL HOSE, PUMP BUTTS, 7.E. BOOTS. For Millownors MACHINE BELTING and I.E. GOODS, 4x3. - , -- For Sluicing . SPECIAL HOSE and I.E. HOOTS. - For Irrigation SPECIAL HOSE and I.E. BOOTS. . -*i For Breweries SPECIAL HOSE, &o. ' i ; For Distilleries SPECIAL HOSE, ic. For Vigneronn SPECIAL HOSE, &c. For All Steam Users I.E. and ALLIED GOODS, to suit Requirements, For Sports Clubs TENNIS and GOLF BALLS, &c., TENNIS SHOES. For Athletio Clubs TYBES, PEDAL EUBBEE. &o. ? For Druggists, &o. AIB and WATEE CUSHIONS nnd BED3, &'0. For All Indust...

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