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SWIMMING. N.S.W. POLICE SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

SWIMMING. N.S.W. POLICE SWIMMING CLUB. In our advertisement columns will be seou an annouueement to the effect that the above club will hold a grand caruival at the Natatorum, Pitt street, on Wednesday evening, 27th inst., in aid of the various metropolitan hospitals. Entries for the different events close on the 20th with tbe secretaries of clubs, or with Senior-Sergeant J. W. Chalmers, the hon, sec;

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

ROWING. Entries for the open sailing event f£15) of Gos ford Sailing and Bowing Club on Easter Saturday close ou March 30, and entries for the opening rowing event (£6) on the same date, with the hon. secretary, Mjr. Syd. Dempster.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. SOUTH SYDNEY v. UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

- CRICKET. SOUTH SYDNEY .V. UNIVERSITY. I Few people put in ah appearance at the Sydney Cricket Ground yesterday to wituess this match, and tho few wero South Sydney partisans. A splendid wicket was prepared, but, 'Varsity going in first, did only moderately with the bat. They compiled 163, aud the batting was patchy. T. W. Garrett's 61 was a really good brisk inpings, and included eleven Strokes to the fence. Colreavy batted very nicely for 39 not out, and Deloliery shaped well for 30. J. Callaway, with four for 34, bowled with' most success for South Sydney. Robinson was successful in getting throe wickets, but runs- came freely from his bowling. Tho fielding of South Sydaoy was rather good, the catch by H. Donnau in the slips that dismissed Ten-ay being a very fine Ono. South Syduey had only 28 minutes batting, during which they knocked up 65 runs for the loss of one wicket. Sid. Gregory made 3t not out in capital aud merry style. S. Callaway, after giviug a difficult chanoe in t...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

QOOGEE PALACE AQUARIUM. The Aquarium and Swimming Baths will be opon all day to visitors. Owing to the Death of His Excellency tho Governor no entertainment of any kind will be given to-day. William Larmour, Mgr. gYDNEY CEICKET GROUND. SECBET ABIES of all ATHLETIC, BICYCLE, and FOOTBALL CLUBS are INVITED to sendia their APPLICATIONS for USE OF THE GBOUND during tho months of MAY TO SEPTEMBER (inclusive), Not later than SATURDAY, MABCH 30, 1895. S. H. FAIBLAND, Secretary S.C. Ground, Office. 56 Hunter-streot.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

ITEMS OF INTEREST. A camel can travel a hundred miles a day. Look at our prices : Grilled rump steals or chops, mashed potatoes, bread, butter, and tea, 6d. John Bull Catering Co., 72 King-st.* Diamonds have been discovered in fallen meteors. Picnic parties usually get supplies from Sil vester Bros. city ham shops. Hampers supli'd.* A single oyster in one season will produce 1,000,000 young oysters. Do you know that sit the Imperial Arcade Hotel, Pitt-strerffc, dining rooms you got the beet served luncheon in the city (seven courses) for two shillings The eyes of birds that fly by night are generally about double the size of day birds. The smallest bird is an East India humming bird, which is hardly larger than an ordinary horsefly. A pair of fried or boiled eggs and toast, 8d. John Bull Catering Co., 72 King-street.* There are about 700 millionaires in the ?world, a third of whom reBide within the British Isles. The Chinese have a god for every disease, even for childhood's afflict...

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

? Ful»l!c Anccaom. ? AUCTION SALE. - : EOYAL NAVAL CONDEMNED STOB3SS, GARDEN ISLAND, including CLOTHING IRON FLANNEL BLANKETS SERGE ? - COUNTERPANES BISCUITS . 16ft SKIFF BLUE CLOTH 38ft GIG DUCK COPPERING PUNT hope MOROCCO LEATHEE COBDAGE S^ISS OLD SAILS CHOCOLATE XEPP CUETAIN3 COOK'S FAT LINEN GREASE PLATEGLASS OLD METAL CHINA EMPTY CASKS and OUTLERY CASES BINNACLES GLAZIE-RS' DIA COPPER MONDS, &c., &c. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION /? by JY. MILLS, ? at the ROYAL NAVAL DEPOT, GABDEN ISLAND, oh TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1895, at 11 o'clock. By Order of the Naval Storekeeper. Goods any be Viewed the Day of Sale from 9 a.m. Steamers will be run on Day of Sale from Watson's Bay Jetty, Circular Quay. From Circular Quay (foot of Phillip-street). From Garden Island. 9.0 a.m. 9.45 a.m. 9.25 a.m. 10.10 a.m. 10.30 „ 11.15 a.m. 10.55 „ 11.40 „ 12 noon 2.0 p.m. 12.30 p.m. 2.80 p.m. 3 p.m. 3.50 „ 8.30 „ 4.15 „ 4.45,, 5.15 „ 5.0 „ 5.30 „ Return Fare, 3d. Office, 161 Pitt-street. j . PUBLIC AU...

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

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Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

I 'AN EXTRACT FROM THE 1 jj | PRESS.' P | I FASHION BOOK. i | a E. 'Way and Company have sent us their |S| | 9 sew autcmn and winter fashion hook. Pa | 3 This edition is quite up to the usual stan- jjS jj | dard of their works, and represents by jj{j fl | excellent plates tho various departments jjjj | S in tlii3 well-known establishment. There || jj | is much that is attractive to the fashion- jijj | | able shopper in the millinerr department, pg | S and their evening- and day costumes de- || 0 0 maud attention, while among the capes jij g 1 the ' Golf Cupe.' with its becoming check ffij jj i lining, assertively proclaims its superiority fij 9 3 to all other walking cloaks. There is a Jj! jj a sketch of a very smart housemaid's apron, H fi M which ousht to fascinate young Indies who H jj a contemplate future bazaars, aud the list of H | 0 the immense stock on view would prove jj! | 8 interesting study to country readers. 1 1 ) 5! | 'We want every Lady in New South I j jj 'Wales to ...

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AUTUMN AND WINTER FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

AUTUMN AND WINTER FASHIONS. vve have received from Messrs. Anthony Hordern and Sons, of the Haymarket, their Autumn and Winter Fashion Journal for 18SJ. Coming from this firm it is almost needless to say that the journal is tastefully got up, well arranged, and complete in every detail, and cannot fail to be of great use to ladies generally. Commencing with girls' and boys' costumes the book takes in order ladies' mantles, jackets and cloaks, blouses, costumes (of which some thirty illustrated patterns are shown), dressing and tea gowns, corsets, and underwear. These are followed by bonneta and hats in infinite variety and style, millinery mounts and ornaments, and sun shades. Everything in the journal iB illus trated, described, and priced. The book may be had free on application to tho firm.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

[?] People naturally expect to hear a little professional swank regarding the glorious trade of war from professional sources, such as the Major-General, whom the ex Premier delights to refer to as ' my belligerent friend but it muBt have come with a bit of a shock to many to hear the sentiments of a minister of the gospel of peace in regard to a motion at a religious conference deploring the war between China and Japan, and expressing the hope that the peace negotiations would prove successful. According to a report in a daily paper, ' the Rev. J. E. Moulton said he could not agree with the motion. He was not at all sure that the war was a bad thing. When one saw the state of China, disclosed as it had never been disclosed before, lie at any rate had a feeling that the result would be a very great blessing ; not an unmixed blessing, perhaps, but a blessing, notwithstanding, to China, and Japan too, perhaps.1' It doe3 seem a pity that the reverend gentleman did not explain himself a...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

?33 ? Spccial Advertisements. . ? ' _ . ' . ? FURNITURE BUYERS, JUST BEAD THIS. HALL'S RATTAN SUITE, 4 Pretty Arm Chairs (a great ..selection), Settee, and Table, 4 guineas. - ? HALL'S DRAWING-BOOM SUITE, Tapestry and Silk Plush, *iz., Conch, Pair Easies, and 4 Occasional Chairs, 5 guineas. HALL'S DRAWING-ROOM SUITE, Best French Tapestry and Silk Plush, 4 Easy Chairs and Settee, 6 guineas, HALL'S AUSTRIAN DINING-ROOM SUITE, complete, 4 guineas, 9 Articles. HALL'S DINING-ROOM SUITE, Spring Seated, in Leather, Upholstered Backs, 6& guineas, 9 Articles. 'HALL'S BEDROOM SUITE, Duchess Chest Drawers, Washstand with Tile Back, Towel Rail, and Chairs, £3 103. HALL'S BEDROOM SUITE, Pair Duchess Dressing Tables, Wardrobe (Plate-glass Door), Towel Rail, and Cane Chairs, 7 guineas. A.. HALL AJ STD COMPANY, CORNER GEORGE AND LIVERPOOL STREETS. HALL'S PACK COUNTRY ORDERS FREE. HALL'S NEW ILLUSTRATED FURNISHING GUIDE FREE. . LEAVE 'BUS OR TRAM AT LIVERPOOL-STREET FOR HALL'S. '

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

©. BE]Snsn±!TT AJSTD CO., Tea Dealers, Grocers, Wine and Spirit Merchants, 476 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, ARE SELLING MELVIN'S EDINBURGH PALE ALE, Per case, 6 doz pints, 5s per doz ; 4 doz quarts, 7a per doz, BOAE'S HEAD ALE (Bottled by Halt,), Per case, 4 doz quarts, 7s per doz. GUINNESS' BOAE'S HEAD POETER (Bottled by Hall), Per case, 8 doz pints, Gs 3d per doz ; 4 doz quarts, 8s 9d per doz. COMBE AND CO.'S EXTRA LONDON STOUT, Per case, 6 doz pints, 5s 9d per doz ; 4 doz quarts, 7s Gd per doz. St. ESTEPHE CLAEET, 12s per doz. ALBUEY MUSCAT, Fine Matured Wine, ISs per doz. t ? ALBUEY POET, Old Wine, excellent Value, 24s per doz. AGENTS for DOYLE'S Eed and White KALUDAH — Pints, 12s ; quarts, 21s par doz Monthly Price List Forwarded on Application. JOHN BR0ADW00D AND SONS, LONDON. JUST ARRIVED, NEW SHIPMENT OF THEIR World Renowned Upright and Grand Pianos. CASH OE TERMS. INSPECTION INVITED. ? ? i Sole Agents: Britisli'gPianoforte Depot, 335a George-street. THE .,f ! SU ^ ES s /^BEgJfLS ...

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

I/AUlliOi ALWAYS buy where you can get tho best value for your money. NEVER fail to make this the first, consideration. Do you approointe really Good TEA ? Then don't FORGET that your taste can be gratified by the well-known Family Grocers. WILLIAMS and GIBBONS, of 72 OXFOED-STEEET, who will soli- you a TEA at la per lb that cannot be surpassed in Australia. THIS is their own SPECIAL BLEND, and is admitted Dy good judges to be of really excellent quality. Choice Brands of China, Ceylon, and Indian TeaB also in ntock. Parcels deiivorod Freo in town or suburbs, or to any Station or Port in N.S.W. A FACT worth remembering. Price listB on application.

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

©catSi. LITTLE. — On Saturday, iravch 1G, at his mother'* residence, 62 Priuces-stroet, Sydney, Jamos Wil- ! liam Little, the beloved son of the late Prince F. Littlo. aired 26 veara. R.I.P.

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

THE LEAJDI3STG- BRAND, ' '' '! ?SHAMROCK ^ WHISKY, PURE AND MELLOW. CHOICEST SPIRIT IMPORTED. ]Lo©& for Friz© Coubjoj-ks BJiidor Capsnlcs. ^ '' I ? —? ? ? ? — , ? ; ? . ? ? ?

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WORLD OE SPORT (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6). CRICKET. KERR BOROUGH SHIELD. SEMI-FINAL MATCH. ANNANDALE BEATS CAMPERDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

WORLD 0E SPORT. (GONTINUED FROM PAGE 6). O ? CRICKET. ? . , ? EEEE BOEOUGH SHIELD. _ . Semi-final Match. - ANNANDALE T3EATS CAMPERDOWN. ' The Annandale and Camperdown clubs finished I thoir match for tlie Borough Shield yesterday afternoon at the Agricultural Ground. The former , required 47 to Win, and at one time it looked as if they would not get, them, having lost five of their best batsmen for 27. However, Campbell soon put a different aspect on the game, playing a very free and attractive innings for 19. Annandale won by four wickets and 3 runs. CAltFSEDOWSf. First Innings.:.- ? ... ?? 81 Second Innings ? 38 Total ? ». 119 Akkakdxlb. First Innings ? ... 73 Second Innings. P. Howe, run out ? ... 4 'W. Howe, o Fowler, b Dawes ... ... 11 G. 'Wells, c Morgan, b Dawes ? 2 E. Scaulan, b Morgan ? ... 3 S. Wellsi c Phillips', b Dawes ... ... 0 Campbell, c Phillips, b Morgan ? 19 T. Thompson, not out ? ;.. 2 Sundries ... ' ? -.. 7 Total ? 49

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FINAL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

FINAL MATCH, ' At the conclusion of tho Camperdown match Annandale and Matrickville commenced their match for the Shield. Both clubs have an un - beaten record, aud a close game is anticipated. Following are the scores : — Ankandale — First Innings; P. Howe, o Phillips, b Sparkes ... ... 4 T. Thompson, run out ? 23 'W', Howe, c Moore, b Sparkes ? 5 E. Scaulan, not ont ? 17 - D. Campbell, o Gleeson, b Moore ... 1 8. 'Wells, b Phillips ? - ... 0 J. 'Williams, not out ? ? 5 Sundries ? ? ? 9 Fire wickets for ? ? 64 A match was played between teams from the 1 Pioneer and Progress Lodges of the National Inde pendent Ol der of Oddfellows, Which resulted in an easy -win for the Pioneer Lodge by an innings and 29 runs. For Pioneer Lodge A. 'VV. Lewis made 21, R. Morris 19, A. Winter 17, F. G. Thomas 12. For Progress Lodge Mackenzie made 28 and 20, and Dyer 10. F. G. Thomas took ten for 12, Walter Rafton took two for 1, J. Austius took two for 6, and Ei G. 'Williams took two for 14. Stedmiin ...

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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. The Commonwealth (Federation organ) for March iB a very readable number, and li'kely to be useful to the cause. 'Wheelbarrow' is the title of a first-rate collection of political articlos, written by an American who aftorwardB rose to a very high position in tho States. The articles discuss in a most interesting, controversial fashion the questions agitating tho publio mind here as elsewhere, and none can read the book without learning something. It is a (jood book to read, however one may differ with the writer on some points., MoBHts, Turner and Henderson for warded us the work, whioh was published by the Open Court Company, Chicago.

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POLICE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

POLICE COURTS. She Wantcii a Chance. — Elizabeth King ston, alias Fiuley, a hard-featured w'oiMVu of ISO years, appcb-retl at the Centitvl Police Court yesterday in an«wer to a charjje of lnad iug a low lir'n. The police evidence uhowcr.i j that accused was one of tue worst charaotern in the city, aud was continually in evidenco at the Police Court. Kj.iijrst-ou1 iu a broken voice, pleaded hard for a ohauice to mend her wnya. ''If you'll juat give me one untr« chance I'd l&avo tbe city and be a koOM woman,' was plain tively promised. The records of the Court ihowed that aocused had receivod numerous shanoes, but the promi»eil amendment was never effected. Kingston was afforded a chance to labor hard iu the interests of her country for three months. .Starting a Itestaurant- — At tho Central Police Court yesterday John Williams was charged with stealing a cruet valued at 15s, the property ef John Anderson, the keeper of a restaurant iu King-street. It appears that. Williams, w...

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MINING AND FINANCE. THE MINES AND THE MINING MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

MINING, and FINANCE. .. . -3...- THE MINES AND THE MINING MARKET. ? ? 1 ' Amidst the uncertainties of the moment it is to bo remarked that a move cheerful, and certainly a more hopeful, spirit is abroad.

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