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

EXTRA LIGHT, WHOLESOME, AJSTD PALATABLE. ?NEW BEEW NOW SELLING- FREELY.' ' :? ' ? ? . ........ . m ?? : ???/???;, .?.vUv : . ? I DEINK . 1 A CAPITAL j . lib and Jib PACKETS, 'also- 12, 20, anfl 401b AIR-TIGHT CANISTERS; || ALL G-EOCERS A1STD STOREKEEPERS, || SOLE AGENTS! ... . ?- .. M A., GEAY' AND. GO, ? . i 116 LIYiSRPOOL-BTREET. H VERITY'S DABNAlfira I JlIBKAtlUU ;-I||P|M^fc|||| - - 'SPRAi-. I YENTILATOES ^ VENTILiTOJIS. M ?HA ifNAM- A^STID CO., | Gas and Hydraulic Engineers. Contractors for- ? Lighting, jl Heating, and Ventilating. |j We oan show you the BEST and CHEAPEST COOLING APPLIANCES in tho WORLD at §f| Onr Show Itooius : QUICKC'S PS;A«JE,SltrS-NJEY. ||| The following are some of tho Buildings where our Ventilating Appliances are in use ||i|| ; The Suprome Court, The Sydney Hospital, The Central Police Court, The Sydney At) W$m \ Q&'Gry, Adams* Cafd, Hatte and Co., Newtown, and hundreds of others. lj||j| ? lvacmcai. ? . | WATTS' PECTORAL OXYMEL CARRAGHEEN or IKISI...

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

Messrs. viles and co., OP 8 BRIDGE-STREET SYDNEY, j Next door to Messrs. Barns, Philp and Co., ! Publio Accountants, bop: to intimate that they have taken into partnership Mr. ARTHUR D. BENNETT, Notary ? Publio for Her Majesty's British Foreign Possessions, late certificated accountant under the Judges Beal of the Supreme Court of New Zea land; and Commissioner of Affidavits for several of the colonies, and the style of the firm will be in the future VILES AND BEN NETT.— Viles and Co. Note. — VILES AND BENNETT, private composition accountants trade assignees and auditors, 8 Bridge-street j Sydney. ? ? Messrs. BORCHARDT & BUTCHER, SHAREBROKERS, 12 POST-OFFICE CHAMBERS, Direot.Speoial attention to Gympio and Charters Towers Stocks. ? ? OWNERS Of1 BUILDINGS OF WHAT EVER CLASS Will Study their Interest by Insuring same in the LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY, ' The great Fire and Life Insurance Company of tho World,' XiOWGOt Bate?. Equitable Adjustment. Prompt Se...

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

WHAT'S WHAT ! 1 IN AUTUMN GOODS. YOU WILL BE SHOWN AT MARK FOT'S I

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

M'EWAITS ALE'V';: DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED. ' -L ? %

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

fish, Came, 3Jil5i. THE N.S.W. FBESH FOOD AND ICE CO., LTD. . ? MILK, THREEPENCE PER QUART. ON ID AFTEIFMDM NEXT, 18th INSTANT, AKD UNTIL PTTETREE NOTICE, The Retail Price of Milk WILL BE Threepence Per Quart. The above Company have lately fitted up an entirely new COOLING PLANT FOB MILK, whioli cannot be equalled in the Southern Hemisphere. . INSPECTION IHVITED. 3d Per Quart 3d Per Quart 3d Per Quart 3d Per Quart 3d Per Quart 3d Per Quart H. pateson, Manager. BOD ALL A. CHEESE The Finest in the Market. Our Begistered Brand is on Every Cheese. BOD ALL A BACON Corn Fed and Mild Cure. BODALLA HAMS In get vp and quality are Equal to the Best ENGLISH. JOHN SHEARWIN, WHOLESALE AGENT, 229 SUSSEX-STBEET. ? ? HotelB. ? EGBERTS' SINGLE BOTTLE DEPARTMENT, MARKET-STREET, Next Geobge-stbeet. ! LOOK AT THE PBICES. | ? HENNESST'S *#? PALE BRANDY, 6s 3d USHEB'S SPECIAL EESEBVE WHISKY, 4s. BROWN'S FOUR CROWN WHISKY, 8s 9d. ?WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS, 4a and 2a. CARTER'S HOTEL, Corner of PAEKand GEOEGE STEEE...

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THEY SAY— [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

THEY SAY— I Iifjijt China is prepared to give Japan best, j That the political atmosphere is still sightly electrical, fiat the Federation /whistle may be hnuffht too dearly. Ijhat the Legislative Council is getting suddenly industrious. That to start reading a volume of Hansard ia sufficient cause for suicide. [hat there will be a great military display at the Governor's funeral to-day. That the entrance of the Speaker on Thurs day wa3 a set-back for Sir Henry, flint iuooulation of snake venom may prove to be an antidote for the bite. That the JE300 exemption from Income Tax will clear members of Parliament, jhat Sir Henry Parkes is the Number Onfl of the mysterious Coalition League. Irhat le legalisation of the totalisator S rfould keep betting within due bounds. Iffhiit the yields from Luck-now prove that | South Wales has a little luck now. fjiat the new motto for Trades-unionists shouid be ' Eight hours' work or 24 hours' gaol.' That Sir W. P. Manning's banquet was the most suc...

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

W H. PALING AND CO,, LIMITED. PEE 'MELVILLE ISLAND,' . , Another Shipment Just Arrived, and They Sell Faster Than we Can Import Tliem I GENUINE LIPP PIANOS, World Famous. Eich, Lipp, and Sohn, EXQUISITELY PUKE. AND SWEET TONE. PERFECT MECHANISM. UNSURPASSABLE STRENGTH. 'W. BE. PALING AJSTID CO., XjTD., 38® (Keorge-streeft, for STEINWAY PIANOS. The Steinway Piano is a distinctly original creation, whose highest standard of excellence is the fesult of the progessive improvements made in building up a New and Perfect System of Piano Construction by Steinway and Sons. ??? W. H.-PALING'aND CO., LUSTED, - ? HAtE PIANOS BY ALL BEST MAKERS. Being the Largest Buyers of Pianos in Australia, and paying cash at the Factories, vthey have tlie first choice of the world's markets, obtain Pianos very much cheaper than other firms, and are thus ENABLED TO GIVE ' YOU BETTER VALUE FOE TOUE MONEY, EITHEB FOE CASH OE FOE CEEDIT. THE BELLING AND VICTOR PIANOS, Iron Frames, Full CompaBS, Under Damper Acti...

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

LEifOTTE : oi? ? WHElliip, MONSTER CYCLING CARNIVAL. THE LARGEST EACE MEETING EVER HELD IN. AUsTEALASil. ' SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND. SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND. MAECH 30, APRIL 6, ' MARCH 30, ? APRIL 6, £400 W PRIZES £400 IN PHIZES MOO THE LEAGUE CUP £26. METROPOLITAN HANDICAP, «ei3o. SIDNEY WHEEL EACE, .sQlSO. HALF-MILE CHAMPIONSHIP OFIf.S.W. I THE FIVE MILES CHAMPIONSHIP . OF AUSTRALASIA, AND 33 OTHER RACES. OYER 400 COMPETITORS TAKE PAET. Under the Intercolonial Agreement each Colony must Bend its Champions. VICTORIA— PARSONS (CHAMPION), MIDDLETON, and 10 others. SOUTH AUSTRALIA R. DAVIS (CHAMPION). TASMMIA- ; V; :? T. H. HALLAM (CHAMPION). NEW ZEALMD J. BOYD | CHAMpI0NS- A. A. SOANES ) QUEENSLAND- . J. M'INTOSH (CHAMPION). NEW SOUTH WALES MEGSON. (CHAMPION OF ALL ATJSTEALASIA). R.W.LEWIS L. A. SIMPSON J. M'INNBS H. BAGNALL. TflE CEEAM OF SOUTHEEN WOELJ) _ - ? cycling,; , ;? ; _;'??? ' in# ? STBNEt - GROUND, SATURM|^|||6f AND | FOLLOWING SATURDAY, ' - ?- ? ?? '? ??? ?? ^ ? ' '?.??v.'.' ....

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ENGLAND v. SOUTH TASMANIA. The Local Team Leading. Rain Causes a Stoppage in the Game,(BY WIRE—FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT,) MELBOURNE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

ENGLAND t. SOUTH TASMANIA. The Local Team Leading1. Rain Causes a Stoppage in the Game, (by wire— frost our own correspondent,) Melbourne, Saturday Night. The match between the Englishmen and South Tasmania at Hobart to-day was not resumed at the usual hour owing to miu. A start was made at 2.30 p.m., when tho wicket was uot iu good order. The Tasinauians passed the scoro of tho English men with only six wickets down, Eady inukiug 3o, Gatehouse 17, Burn 14, and Maxwell IS. Scores : — THE ENGLISH TEAM.— First Innings. A. Ward, c Maxwell, b Eady ... ... 14 W. Brock well, b Bingham ? 6 A. E. Stoddart, b Eady ? 21 J. T. Brown, b Eady ? ? 3 A. C. Maclaren, b Eady ? ? 14 F. G. J. Ford, c Howe, b Binghaxx* ... 2 L. H. Gay, b Bingham. ? 1 H. Philipson, c Howe, b Eady ? 7 W. H. Lockwood, not out ? 7 T. Ricliardson, c Eady, b Bingham ... 8 R. Peel, absent ? 0 Sundries ? ? 8 Total ? ? ? 91 SOUTH TASMANIA — First Innings. G. Gatehouse, c Lockwood, b Brock well ? 17 K. E. Burn, b Lockwood ? 14 C...

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ADELAIDE CRICKET. (BY WIRE—FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONT.) ADELAIDE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

ADELAIDE CRICKET. (by wire— trosi our own correspont.) Adelaide, Saturday Nitrht. At the City Oval to-day, the Adelaide team failed to reach the North, Adelaide's score of 235. All be ! ing disposed of for 222. Darling, who made 80 last Saturday, only added five more. The other bats men failed to make a stand. Australs only made 97 against South Adelaide's 201. The Norwoods met North Adelaide after tho latter had disposed of Adelaides. At call of timo the Norwoods had made ? 1U0 for 4 wickets. Lyons who batted splendidly, hitting 16 off one over, making ?0 not ! out. I ?

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GARDINER CUP. SEMI-FINALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

[ - GARDINER CUP. Semi-Finals. Lark, Sons and Co., Limited v B. Gray, Son and Co. — These clubs continued their match, tho scores at the start being :— L.S. and Co., first innings, 91 ; E.G. and Co., first innings, 47. Lark, Sous and Co. commenced their second innings, and compiled 221 for the loss of live wickets. E. E. Brooks played a line innings for 102, and W. Houghton made 51, and A. W. Turner 26. In the bowling for B. Gray, Sou and Co., W. Stubbins und Mackenzie secured two wickets each. Alcock Bros, beat A. M'Arthur and Co. by 26 ruus. Scores : Alcock Bros. 72 and 83, Foley 20, Duulop 17, Colbrau 14; A. M'Arthur and Co. 76 and 54, F. Alderson 2S and 21, W: Aldersou 17. For the winners, Foley ten for 45, Col bran eight for 47, and for the losers W. Aldersou and Noble divided the bowling honors.

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CENTRAL CUMBERLAND v. REDFERN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

CENTRAL CUMBERLAND v. REDFERN. rue cricketers or (Jontral Cumberland, alter chieving so signal a success at the expense of ?addington, were in good trim for thoir match gainst Redfern at Parramatta. Bedfern, going in Irst, made an unaccountably poor stand, being all tut for 75. T. Yates made 35, J. Wilson' 27, and W. Watts 10, seven of tho others failing to score. J. 3. WilBon captured five for 13 off 63 balls, L. ?ye took three for 3, and F. Irod^le two for 22. Central Cumberland have lost four wickets for 130, ?. Ireuale making 73 not out, S. B. Walford 26, and l-, O'Beilly 22 not out. Scores : — BEDFERN. J. Wilson, c Brodie, b Iredale ? ? 27 W. Watts, o Thorpe, b Wilson ... 10 J. Pallett, b Wilson ? ? ... 0 A. Hanigan, b Wilson ? 0 T. Yates, b Pye ? 35 A. H. Gregory, c Wilson, b Iredale ... 0 E. Hume, c Loveridge, b Wilson ... 0 A. Pool, not out ? ? ... 0 F. Prescott, b Pye ... ... ... 0 J. Wliiting, c and b Pye ? 0 W. Hawke, b Wilson ... ? 3 Total ... ? ? 75 Bowling Analysis. „ ...

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

L Li TO DYSPEPTICS. ^ ? TE,' 'WE DO NOT PUT OUR NAME TO HASH OS FOOLISH! STATEMENTS. ?? ?* -V '?/-**'-*? ' ' ' itured WE ASSERT THAT GRANUMA PORRIDGE MEAL WILL PREVENT OB for CUBE ALL FORMS OF INDIGESTION IN PERSONS WITH WHOM THESE IS NOTHING ORGANICALLY WRONG, AND WHO WILL OBEY THE SIMPLE OL ? OS HEALTH. _ ASK YOUR GROCER FOR A 4lb PACKET, AND IF HE WILL NOT SUPPLY [T, WRITE TO US, AND WE WILL 0AU8E IT TO BE SENT TO YOU PROM 1HE UROCER NEAREST TO YOU WHO KEEPS IT. f JAMES INGLIS and Co., LEAN'S PLACE, SYDNEY, WHOLESALE AGENTS. . WILL' FIT WELL. BIST MOUSE m SYJDNir FOR BOOTS AKD SHOES. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGUSBSi M GfflOEai-STEIlET, HAYMAMET. DJS JL i!i O JL JL V jfcli U U U ik JBJ having resigned .from the Polioo Foroo, hflB Jpenad CONFIDENTIAL INQUIBIES, MISS ING FEIENDS, and NEXT-OF-KIN OFFICES, it 133 KING-STEEET, Sydney, with Branchos at Dharing Cross, London, and at Melbourne. Tosti nonlals from Judges, Magistrates, Barristers, Seadu of Government Dopartmontn, and Chie...

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THE BIRDS WHISTLED " THE DEAD MARCH." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

THE BIRDS WHISTLED ' THE DEAD MARCH.' ' Even the birds on 1 the trees learned to whistle the ' Bead March.'' It- Was ah old soldier Who was talking. ' We were in-enmp,' he said, ' in a flat, malarious part of the country. Our Colonel was a splendid fighter, but didn't appear to have any idea of sanitary matters. Just then we were in more danger from disease than from tho eheiny. Presontly fever broke out, and tho meh died Kv the dozen. FTardlv n. tla.v Vint wo buried some of them in the swamp ; in fact, we played tho ' Dead March ' so often that I used to fancy the birds in the trees had learned to whistle it.' 'Awful sorry, youknow, boys,' said bur Colonel, ' but so long as we have to stay hfife tte ciin't help having the fever.' ' Yet the Colonel was wrong, as. another regi ment camped near us almost wholly escaped. But their commandor fought the malaria with sanitation and preventive medicine. That made the difference.' ? In January, 1892i the influenza was epidemic at Stebbing, ...

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WOMEN'S VIEWS. Interesting Topics Chatted About. A PLEA FOR THE NEGLECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

WOMEN'S YIEWS. ?» ? Interesting Topics Chatted Ahout. A PLEA FOR THE NEGLECTED. Isn T it passing strange, by the way, tnat no one gets on tlife stump for the needle woman and the shop and factory girl ? In' many cas'es tho very soul is being gtoUnd out of her for a few shillings a week, and she is being made an utter wreck. Hei1 case is refilly worse than that of Tdpsy in the days of Uncle Tom, for she had clothes ana enougu to eau in return ior uer woric. Anyway, why don't someone howl for an Early-closing and Half-holiday Act, the same as they've got in New Zealand; I needn't particularise, for you and I know that in some city houses girls have to work f'roin twelve to thirteen hours a day3 all the time on their feet, and three or four hours under gas. What girl can stand that? The constitutions of women are much weaker than those of men. These girls should be the mothers of a sturdy genera tion, but' the State is permitting- their sacrifice for the greed of the man who takes an u...

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TRAIGHT TIP [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

[?] No njan can hate another without hurting litnselr. ? o ? .Very*often a man discovers that there is i good deal of the porcupine about the people he thinks it is his duty to sit upon. ' Wear a smile ; it is cooler in summer and warmer in winter than a frown. ? o ? A civil tongue is a better protection for the head than a steel helmet. ? ? ? — o ? A college training will do much for a man, but it will not teach him to look for a towel before filling his eves with Boap. . Poverty is a blessing one never be grudges an enemy. ? o ? There is always room at the top of the ladder, but thei-e ate precious few people who can do the balancing trick when they get there. There is no subject on which it is easier to concentrate thought than a toothacho. When a man's collar gets unbottoned in church and begins to climb the back of his heck, he Jhight as well get up and go out, the sermon -vyill not do him much good. /if ' Every Bullet lias Its Billet.' j

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NOT UNDERSTOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

NOT UNDEKSTOOl), Not understood. We move along asunder, Our paths grow wider as the seasons creop Along the years j we marvel and we wonder Why life is life ? And then we fall asleep, Not understood. Not understood. We gather false impres sions, And hug them closer as tho years go by, Till virtueE often seem to us transgressions ; And thus men rise and fall, aud live and die, Not understood. Not understood. Poor souls with stunted vision Oft measure giants by their narrow gauge ; The poisoned Bhalts of falsehood and deriaiofi Aro oft impelled 'gainst those who mould the age, Not understood. Not understood. The secret springs of action, Which lie bonoath tho surface and the show, Are disregarded ; with Belf-satisfaction We judge our 'neighbors, and they often go Not understood. Not understood. How trifles often change Us ! The thoughtless sentence or the fancied slight Destroy long years of friendship and estrange us, Aud on our souls there falls a freezing blight ; Not understood. N...

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VOICE OF THE PEOPLE. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [The Editor does not bold himself responsible for the opinions expressed by correspondents.] [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

Voice of the people. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [The Editor does not hold himself responsible for the opinions expressed by correspondeutsj William Cede fialley.— For many years it was thought here that W. B. Dalley's name and fame and the value of bis services were so impressed on everyone that there was no loss need of his accepting a bauble title to make his name remembered when ho was ccone than there was for Gladstone to do so. Late in life Dalley did accept a high title, and I hope colonists will not tho less revere his' memory for doing so. As far as I know, nothing yet has been been done to perpetuate his memory, and I have often thought as I walked through the Garden Palace Grounds that it is a pity that this beautiful spot, originally intended for the reception of the Queen's statue, but Which was subsequently erected in St. James' Square, top of King-' street, .should not bo utilised for this purpose. Tho statues of the late Rev. Dr. Lang and the lafco Hon. T. S. Mort, men wh...

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

BIG FUENITME : SALE. * EXPIRATION OF LEASE. STOCKS OB1 WALLACES'- AND NEWTON AND. LAMB. . 'FOE ABSOLUTE SALE At Discounts Hanging from 6s 8i to 10s in the S. The Proprietor is relinquishing the' Business, and must olear out every line at best prioe obtainable. All high-class and modern Goods Delivered Free in Town or Suburbs in good order and condition. SCHWECHTEN PIANOS. NEWTON AND LAMB'S OLD PREMISES— O'CONNELL AND SPRINft STREETS;

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

WOETH A VISIT. W. J. MICKEY & SONS. STARTLING BOOT MID SHOE WINDOWS at 55 OXJ'OflJD-STREET (Near Hyde Park). Also THE SHOW OF BOOTS AND SHOES AT 576 GEORGE-STREET (Near Bathurst-street.) (AND DON'T FORGET IT.) . FRING'K Nim Jhst in, all colors, large size, ea°i' Plaits and Tails, all real Hair (20inches long), fa any color, 5s 6d each. Fringss made of Natural bV Curly Hair, from 8s 6d each. A Cuttings and Combings of u Ladies' Halt worked up for i 2s Gd per ounce. Private r and Theatriaal Wigs made to order. - Wigs for hire. Ladies will save 100 per cent, by dealing with \ib, as we k nro cheaper than any house in Sydney, Note the Ad dress: W. H. WIGZELL, 126 William-st., Woolloo mooloo (only). Cable Tram passes the door. Got out at Bourke-st. POst Ordets punctually at tended to ; Gd extra for postage. Country residents may obtain 'the Sunday Times from local newsagents, or have it posted direot from the office, 109 York-street, Sydney, on the following terms : — Prb Quart......

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