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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

FURTHER ADVANCEMENT.- £.? : * Some are born great, some liave greatnes3 thrust upon them, and some achieve greatness. The largest and most prosperous firms iu existence trace their success from a small, but solid begin nin?. THIS IS OUR EXPERIENCE. We BUY FOR CASH and SELL FOR CASH, and mark everything in plain figures ; therefore, in buying from us cash purchasers have a- wonderful advantage, because we have no risk3 to allow for by giving credit. The excellence and cheapness of our ^oods are becoming univer sally acknowledged. We are always busy because we give the BEST VALUE IN THE CITY. obboeSe & CO., GENERAL DRAPERS. 57 OXFOED-8TEBET. FREE INFORMATION. ? ? © ? ? FOR HEADERS OF THE 'SUNDAY TIMES.' 'We desire it to be understood that, while we endeavor t® get thoroughly accurate advice for our readers, we in no way hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed. INFORMATION COUPON. Ja?95*3' Sunday Times. -'0.43. This must be cnt out and forwarded with any qnestion....

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MAILS. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

THE MALLS. MONDAY. Hongkong, Manilla, axd Japajt, tu New castle, 8 a.m. Solomon Islakds, 9 a.m. Meiujtbdla axd Eden, 11 a.m. Noumea, 11 a.m. India ahd Continent of Eukope, overland to Adelaide, and thence per Himalaya, 2.30 p.m. United Kingdom, overland to Adelaide, and thence per Himalaya, 3 p.m. R.M.S. Himalaya (letters addressed to persons on board), overland to Adelaide, 3 p.m. Pobt Macquabie and Nahbucca River, 7 p.m.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. THE TIDES. HIGH WATER-SYDNEY COVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

SHIPPING. THE TIDES. mmr water— Sydney hove. Morning, Afternoon. Date h. in. h. in. Scsdat, Jan. 13 ? 9 49 ... 10 11 Mosdat, ,, 34 ? 10 82 ... 10 52 Tuesday, „ 15 ? 11 12 ... 11 32 Wkdkebdat ,, 16 ... ...1151 ... ? Thursday, „ 17 ? 12 12 ... 12 32 Friday, „ 18 ? ? 12 55 ... 1 18 Saturday, „ 19 ? 1 46 ... ' 2 13 ARRIV ALS — January 12. Oratava, 5552 tons, Captain T. Liutlatcr, from Loudon, via ports. _ _ Warrimoo, R.U.S., '326 tons, Captain R. E. Arundel, from Newcastle. Pukafci, str, 1444 tons, Captain W. A. Pearce, from Launceston. Darius, str, 3833 tons, Captain J. Curry, from Calcutta. , . . tt tt n l Damascus, str, 3609 tons, 'Captain A. H. xl. tr. } Douglas, from London and Capetown. _ Namoi, str, 1414 tons, Captain R. J' ? Skinner, from Newcastle. . , , , Cornki. str, 3zd ton3, Captain W. B. Nelson, from Manning- Biver. _ Rosedale, str, 274 tons, Captain Ii. Paulson, from Port Macquarie; DEPASTURES— January 12. ' Coiac, str, for Melbourne. Leura, str, for Melbourne. Paracrine,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

xxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX ' XX XX THE NEW YEAR'S SALE xx XX -1- XX XX 'WILL BE CONTINUED ' XX XX XX g ALL NEXT WEEK. g XX ' ? ? ' XX XX XX We intend to eolip3a all our efforts of the past week, and mako the NEW YKAB'S BALE || xx A GEEAT GIGANTIC SUCCESS XX It NEXT' WEEK. XX ? XX XX Wo BE-COM.MENCE on MONDAY XX XX MOBNING. XX XX XX XX ? XX XX If you have not already visited us, oome XX XX on Monday. XX XX XX XX ? XX HORDERN BROTHERS' §f || (PITT-STBEET) * || g NEW YEAR'S SALE. || XX XX XX XX XX XX xx - XX XX ? XX XX XX V XXXXYXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXYXTCXXX XXX

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW DISCUSSION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

- NEW DISCUSSION. A new popular discussion will be an nounced in next issue. Readers aro invited to suggest topics for future dis cussions.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

? ? DRINK ? BERMAM.DfS 1PJLJLIS ilJLIS® EXTE ALIGHT, WHOLESOME, -AJST3D PALATABLE, NEW BREW NOW SELLING- FREELY. HOT £10® DISTBIBUTIOir. 13 PRIZES. It was originally intended thai; those should be distributed on Christmas Eve ; the public are, however, Zully aware of the sad event that took place — the death of Mr. M. Simmons — and this lias caused the delay. v . AWARDS : No. of PBIZE. 1. — JOHN RUSTIN, Bowden-street, Granville QUEENIE RIGNOLD, ' Brooklyn,' Ruthven-sfcreet, Waverley LOTTIE GORDON, ' Glenbrook,' Cooma, Maneroo Being considered equal, DIVIDE ? £25 2. — C. E. JOHNSON, 'Brixton,' Glen-street, off Goodhope-street, Pad dington ALEX. HATHAWAY, 17 Hargraves-street, Paddington 1 Being considered equal, DIVIDE ? ... ... £20 I 3. — J. BEAR, 5 Ben Bovd-road, Neutral Bay ? ? £10 I 4. — JOHN IGNATIUS HUNT, 'Huntlea,' Council-street, Waverley I H. L. BARNETT, Premier-street, Kogarah | Being considered equal, DIVIDE ... ... .. ? JB9 p 5. — J. S. RYAN, Theatre Royal, Sydney ? ? ? ? ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHEN ONE GETS MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

WHEN ONE GETS MARRIED. Scrutator writes : — This question re quires more answering than would appear at first sight. That thero are nton who belio or libel their sox by resorting to artificial de vices, such as wearing corsets, painting, curl ing their hair and moustaches and soveral other effeminate acts, in order to improve their appearanco or figuro, is, I regret to say, a fact ; but for Gvery man given to this kind of vanity you will find a hundred, or perhaps a thousand, women. Again, we find men who, through adulation by the publio or Press for various accomplishments, such as athletics (in all its branches), politics, acting, singing, and sundry other personal achievements, have HAD THEIR HEADS TURNED and grown conceited. This is whore a man is likely to excel a woman. With elderly men this failing is moro apparent than with elderly women. With women, especially yonng women, jealousy is very often the cause of thoir con ceit, or much of it. That nearly ninety-nine out of evor...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

DR. SMITH, U.S.A. liOOMS OVEB BEALE'S, -432 GEOEQE-STEEET. Dr. SMITH, U.S. A.r G3CI Crowa-streat, opp. Tram Terminus. Dr. SMITH, U.S.A., for honest advice, and eafo and sure cure of femalo irregularities. Dr. SMITH'S Ladies' Boon. Send. -stomped envelope for pamphlet on Prevention and Curo. Dr. SMITH'S Ladies' Correction Pills, o cer tainty. 5a per boat, posted 53 6d. fJO TRUSTEE S AND OTHERS VALUABLE CITY PBEEHOLD. NINE HOUSES OFF LITTLE MACQUABIE STBEET. 'Will pay over 9 per cent. net. LOWEST CASH PBIOE, fiJiOJ. .Apply to , MANAGES, J Suhdat Trass Offiaa.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEN WITH ARTIFICIAL SMILES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

MEN WITH ARTIFICIAL SMILES. Kato writes : — From oxporionco I find that men aro far more conceited than women, only thoy manage to conceal it bettor than poor, weak woman. Also, they are more vain and doceitful. Of course I don't mean all mon. I find those defects moro apparent among tho ignorant and uneducated. Now I will state my experience. I am a groat one for studying and reading faces, and I have met two men, one an eld married man aud the other a young bachelor, and two moro nrtifioial smiles than they both wear you would not find OFF THE STAGE if you wore to search the world through. I'm certain that they both used to study them at the glass every morning. Now comes Number S, a vain, oonoeitod coxcomb, tho worst of the three. Fancy, the villain dyes his hair goldon, and powders, and paints. Now I think tbe most natural people in the world are artist3 of any description, such as painters, writers, and aotors. I have always found them free from conoeit, vanity, and arroganoe ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

BOOT! BOOTS!! BOOTS!!! W. J. Hickey and Sons, of 576 George street, beg to inform their numerous friends and customers that they have opened a very extensive branch of their business at No. 65 Oxford-street, where, visitors may rest in a cool and lofty shop, and find a choice of goods for foot wear of every style, black, white, or tan, the material of the very best possible manu facture, and the prices exceedingly moderate, and within tho reach of all ulasses of buyers. People will do well to aote this. W. J. HICKEY AND SONS., 576 GEORGE-STREET AND V ' 55 OXFORD-STREET, SYDNEY.

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"HE" IS THE CAUSE OP WOMAN'S CONCEIT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

' HE ' IS THE CAUSE OF WOMAN'S CONCEIT. 'Midget' gives her opinions as follows: — From my oxperienoe, and after a good deal of | deliberation, I should award the palm to men. A woman's conoeit is mostly confined to matters of personal charm. She prides her self on theso as a means of attraction to the opposite sex. Knowing to what an extent mon — especially young men — pay homage to good looks, sho is naturally proue to try and please them by evory meanB in her power. When a woman adorns herself, or tries by artificial means to magnify her charms, it is not of herself she thinks, but generally of some ' he,' iu whoso eyes «he is most anxious to appear pretty and attraotivo. Unfortu nately, she vory often oversteps tho mark, and turns a fresh-looking, simple-mannered girl into A PAINTED, AFFECTED DOLL, | gaining nothing in her appearance, and often losing tho love she fain would have kept. It takes.- young women a long time to learn that the esteem and admiration of those whoso opini...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

,: . BIG FURNITURE SALE. ;3Bs % to 50 0/0 Discount off Usual Prices. amalgamated stocks of WALLACE BROTH E Its AND NEWTON AID LAMB, Hall and library Furniture, Dining-Eoom Furniture, Drawing Room Furniture, Bedroom Furniture. Pictures in Oils and Water Colors. SUITABLE FOR COTTAGE OB MANSION', fOR ? POSITIVE CLEARANCE SALE, ^ On Old Premises formerly Occupied by PIEWT0N and LAMB, ' 'SPRING AND O'CONNELL STREETS

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WOMEN CONCEITED ON THE SURFACE —MEN ALL THROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

WOMEN CONCEITED ON THE SURFACE —MEN ALL THROUGH. 'Lance': — It has been universally a-i mittod that tho petty vice of conoeit belongs entirely, or almost so, to tho fair sex ; but I am of opinion that if the matter be thoroughly examined, men will be found to bo, in very manv cases, auito as conceited, if not moro so. than women. True, iu women the charac teristic shows itself moro clearly than in men. I mean in referenco to pleasure, which women take in pretty and artistic clothing, in their personal charms, and in the thousand little mannerisms which so mauy of them have at thoir command. But sweep away theso truly feminine adjuncts and we find all conceit goes with them. Women do not place the same unbounded faith in themselves, in thoir abilities and influence, that men do. Now, with mon (however they may speak to the contrary), the subject of attire is ono of great importance. No man, whoever ho bo, likes to feel and know that he is not as well dresHed as other men of liis own ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

? Fisli, tiame, Mtlh. ? N.S.W. FJRESH FOOD AND ICE CO., LTD. TOS 1 MILK, ; CREAM, i ICE, FISH, GAME, | POULTRY, ? BUTTER, ; PASTRY, 1 HEAD OFFICE— i 26 HAEBOE-STEEET. REFRESHMENT DEPOTS— 92 KENG-STEEET ^ - 23 EOTAL AECADE - FISH, GAME, AND POULTRY DEPOT— 135 UN G-STEEET. THE CARTS OF THE COMPANZ DELIVER DAILY IN THE CITY AND SUBURBS. AGENTS IN Alili THE SUBURBS, AND ALL PARTS OP THE COUNTRY. a— — mm— — I ———I I ' l| ? SioteSS. ? ROBERTS' SINGLE BOTTLE DEPARTMENT, MAEKET-STEEET, Next George-street. LOOK AT THE PRICES. HENNESSY'S *' PALE BRANDY, 6s 3d USHER'S SPECIAL BESEBYE 'WHISKY, 4s. BROWN'S FOUR GROWN WHISKY, 3s 9d. ? -WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS, 4s and 2s. ? GARTER'S HOT-EL, Comer of PAi-K and. GEORGE STREETS. This Well-known , Popular, and. Old-Established Hotel is conducted under a thoroughly practical management; Only tlio TEST BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS, 'WINES, &c., are served, and MARSHALL'S CELEBRATED ALES (always in prima condition) are on draught. In quality tho drinks suppli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

BB1IK M'B W A I'S DB AUGHT AND BOTTLED. |

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THEY SAT— [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

TREY SAY— That another shoal of J.'bP. is Biiorfcly to te created. That the Australians -will -win the third test match. That defective filters are a common source of typhoid. That the claim for the Eand Estate is a rand-om shot. That Socialistic developments in France promise to be troublesome. That Dr. Creed has his eye on & dictator ship when the painter is cut. That Christopher and Mrs. 'Arris are the latest personalities in spookism. That the Premier does not feel happy about the remission of grain duties. That ' prof essional' jurymen are still to be found on coroner's juries in Sydney. That the Newcastle miners who voted for striking will not support it by action. That the Marquis of Lorne has beC9me a partner in a firm 'of house decorators. That the Sultan of' Turkey would like Mr. Gladstone's head served up on a charger. That approved consultation sweep pro moters are to bo licensed in Queensland That something practical is likely to come out of the Premier's Federa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

TO HOItSE-OTOEHS. JOCKEYS' CAPS ID COLORS TO OED1E AT ffillK F®¥9&

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A MAN STABBED IN SUSSEX-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

A MAN STABBED li\ SUSSEX STltEET. At a late hour last night two men, named John Pablo and Sydney Kingstou, were discussing some topic in a house in Sussex street when they had a disagreement, with the resnlfc that Kingston seized a knife and stabbed Pablo. The police shortly after wards arrested Kingston, and had Pablo taken to the hospital, who wns found to have been stabbed at the side of the cliost, tho wound being a third of an inch in length aud ono and a half deep.

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BOXING. TOM MEADOWS' GYMNASIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

BOXING-. TGjI MEADOWS' GYMNASIUM. After remaining uuder n cload for a lengthy period professors of tbe noble art appeared iu force last night at .Torn Meadows' Gymnasium in George-street West, whilst patrons of the sport and a strong naval contingent turned np to witness what proved an interesting ovening's amusement. Certainly Meadows managed affairs well, for i/uo crowu wiih uiuuij v iuiu tue sporo gooa. The first spar was between Dave Livingstone (Mounted Police) and Waltor M'i'arlnne, which proved a very good go. Theu camo wlmt proved a surprise to the onlookers between Joe Pablo aud Bill Kiduey (of the Hildura). They bolted ono another to their heart's content, Kidney shaping admirably. Both men seoined satisfied when tho welcome sound of t'ae timekoeper came to their | assistance. In turn came Bill Thomas (Submarine minerl and Ed. Anderson (of tho Lizard) who pleased tbe spectators immensely, after which 1 camo the event ot the evening. Tho first to enter the ring was Geo. Elk...

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WORLD OF SPORT. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

wokjId - op sport. : CONTINUED FEOM PAGE 6. CRICKET. Iiedfern Albert defeated Earlsleigh. Scores: 69, Hammond 2 7 not out, Wood IK; against 21. For tho wiuuers, 'VVood threo for U and Bain six for 18 divided tho bcwliugr honors ; Eoss and Munro being most successful for the loy'dru. Premier defeated Clarendon on Moore Park. Scores: Premier 08 (Gerard 37, llackey 20); Ularenaon lirst innings 51 j second innings eight for 27. Iiedfern Lyndon beat Eedfern Camhrideo by 91. For tlio former 'Wordsworth made 32, M'Coy 20 I not out. Balmain Carolines donated Rosebuds by 9 runs. For the winners Brady made 16, and Dance 11; whilst '£. Nash made 1- for the losers. Stamuora played a draw with Marrickville Borough on tbe latter's ground. Scores : — Stan- niore, 97 (U. Thomson 27 not out, E.Tyler 16, N. Hopson 11, W. M'Leod 10). Phillips, Sparkes, Dibley, and Moore, divide.d the wioketa. Marrick ville Borough, 39 for six wickets (Dibley 17). \V. M'ljeod, with four wickets for 24 runs, and E. Tyle...

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