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NEWCASTLE RACES. (BY WIRE—FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) NEWCASTLE, Saturday Night. BOROUGH HANDICAP, Of 30 sovs. 6 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

NEWCASTLE RACES. (by wire— prom our own cobrespondent.) Newcastle, Saturday Night. BOBOUGH HANDICAP, Of 30 sovs. 6 furlongs. Mr. P. M'Carthy's Province, 7st 51b (Morgan).., 1 Mr. G. B. Duukin's Beaufort, 7st 101b (Rose) ... 2 Messrs. Brown's Steward, 6st 121b (Elnell) ... 3 Six started. Betting : 6 to 4 v Steward, 2 to 1 Beaufort, 6 to 1 others. The favorite and Tocal cut out the running. Won by a neck. Time, lmin 174sec. PACE WELTEB, Of 40 sovs. 6 furlongs. Mr. W. Smith's Latem, Sst (Roso) ? 1 Mr. G. W. Lees' Cams, 9st 71b (M'Mahon) ... 2 Mr. Cousins' Elton, 9st 21b (Callinau) ? 3 Nine started. Won by half a length. Time, lmin 18sec. (

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

LILLIE BRIDGE ItACES. There was a very good attendance at Lillie Bridge last night, when a pedestrian handicap and two pony races were run. 75tds Pedestrian Handicap. A. E. Cuiisiixes, 3iyds ? 1 Other starters in filial : B. D. Layton 1yd, W. A. Gray OJvds, J. Winters 6iyds. Betting : 2 to 1 on Cummings, 2 to 1 v Winters, 3to 1 Layton or Gray. Won by a yard. Lillie Handicap (12.21 to 12.3i)—3 furlongs. Mr. T. Brown's Little Jemmy, 9st 101b (Ryan) 1 Other starters : Dorothy 9st 101b, Benie 7st 81b, Unique 7st Sib, Sandfly 7st 81b, Queenio 6»i 71b. Betting ; Evens v Little Jemmy, 2 to 1 Sandfly, 4 to 1 others. Won by half a length from Sandfly. Telephone Handicap (13.1 to 18.2) — & furlongs, Mr. E. Bell's Siren, Sst 41b (Hector) ? 1 Other starters: Theresa 9st 111b, Florrie 8st, Dove II. (late Lizzie) 7st 121b, Eric II. 7st 81b. Betting : 2 to 1 v Siren or Florrie, 3 to I Theresa, 5 to 1 others. Won by a length from Florrie. The following weights have been declared for the rac...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANTERBURY PARK RACES. Juvenile and Spinning Jenny. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

CANTERBURY PARK RACES. Juvenile and Spinning Jenny. ; Visitors to tbe races yesterday at Canter bury Park found tho heat oppressive, but the sport provided was up to a good standard, and passod off satisfactorily. The club's manager, Mr. William Dav^s, had the working arrangements in good order, and, excepting a couple of accidents in the Hurdle Race, the I afternoon's racing went off without .special inoiaeut. xne course was in capital oruer, and the railway journey on the new lino was | made in good time. I No less than nine of the Hurdle Race can- | didates were scratched, leaving five to take part. Nargo was most fancied, but whilst racing with Ogre at a hurdle three furlongs from home he came to grief, and Kelso's horse ran home a very easy winner. He won by nearly a furlong. . Nargo broke a leg in his fall, and was subsequently destroyed. Juvenile and Her Ladyship were the fancied ones in the Flying Handicap, and the first-named won by a good half length from Mitre, with Mr. O...

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

THE GERMAN NAVY. The detachment from the German mano' ?sfrar Bussard, which will represent the Emperor, will, in the funeral march, follow tbe naval forces of New South Wales, and precede the representatives of the Royal British Navy; ? . ?

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CITY IN MOURNING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

THE CITY IN MOURNING, Testorday the city was in mourning. On all publio buildings aud the shipping the flags were half-inasted as a last token of respect to the late head officer of the colony. A great many private and publio persons were dressed in regulation blaok as they paid a visit of duty and kindliness to Govern ment House, and some, including Major General Hutton and others, we're wearing crap'e. Most of the principal business houses were draped in black, as were also some of the consulate Offices. Everywhere expressions of heartfelt sympathy were to be heard at the untimely death of Sir Robe'rtDu'ff, and par ticularly were the kindest of feeliugs possible shown towards Lady Duff and family in their great bereavement. In out advertisement columns will be found the speoial suburban train and the tram arrangements in connection with the funeral td-day. The various Masonio bodies also notify to members the place and time Of m'oeting preparatory to attending in a body tfie funer...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WORKING FOR RATIONS. The Unemployed at Centennial Park. WHAT THEY REALLY GET. Unsatisfactory Arrangements. NO SYSTEM, AND UNPROFITABLE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

WORKING FOE RATIONS. - f Tlie Unemployed at Centennial Park. WHAT THEY REALLY GET. Unsatisfactory Arrangements. NO SYSTEM, AND UNPROFITABLE WORK. 'There have been a lot of conflicting statements about the quantity and quality of the rations supplied to the men working for tucker at Centennial Park,' said a man who humped a bag of provisions into the Sunday Times office on Tuesday, and dropped it on the floor. 'Tours is a paper I like for doing things square, so I thought I'd show you the rations I got for half a day's work, and then you'll be able to judge for yourself.' Then he produced out of his bag a linen-wrapped mass, and announced it as ' three pounds of beef.' ' Do you take any exception to that ? ' was asked. 'No, don't take any exception to it; it's all right. Just wait till you see for your self, that's all. Two loaves of bread — yes, it's good broad; quarter of tea — are you any judge of tea? Well, that's worth n shilling a pound at the outsido. Complain about it? Oh, no...

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

POLITICAL PELLETS. What conspiracy is afoot to mispresent the J one and only Melville. The other day he had to deny that he was the father of triplets, and this week a daily paper has the following announcement : — ' The formal opening 'of this shelter was last night performed by Mr. N. Melville, Mayoress of Ashfield.' The political position appears to be working out as the Sunday Times predioted Borne months ago. Sir Henry Parkes may have brief tenure of office again ; but it will be very brief. ? There is not ? sufficient publio interest in .Federation at present to make a Ministry 'setting up that cause as its one great plank aooeptable to the publio. Sir Henry, however, may try it. If the people won't acoept him on that, he knows he has no other ohance. In the present condition of politics in this country there is nothing to gain by frequent ohanges of Government. A change of Govern ment usually means not any particular change of policy, but waste of time in getting through the ...

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THE MISSING YOUNG LADY. Her Dead Body Found in Berry's Bay. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

THE MISSING YOUNG LADY. Her Dead Body Found in Berry's Bay. A younq lady named Miss Margaretta Blackman strangely disappeared from her homo, at North Sydney, on Thursday evening. It appears that Miss Blackman had been indisposed for some time past, and in compliance with the advice of her medical adviser, intended visitine Moss Vale yesterday. On Thursday afternoon Mrs. and Miss M'Clintock, of Balmain, were at the resi dence of the young lady's parents, and on returning home Miss Blackman accom panied them a part of the distance. On reaching Kerosene Bay the visitors were taken away in a boat by Mr. Percy Adams, and as they loft tho shore Mi&s Blackman was soen retracing her steps up the hill, gathering ferns on the way, as was her custom. Mr. Blackman had occasion to visit Balmain on Thursday evening, and was surprised to learn that his sister had not accompanied her friends to Balmain, as she had done on previous occasions. Mr. Blackman having communicated with the North S...

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

I SEWAGE IN OYSTERS. The British Medical Journal has re ceived a communication from Sir Charles A. Cameron, Medical Officer of Health for Diiblin, in the course of which he says : — ' Sir William Broadbent's observations in reference to the transmission of typhoid fever poison through the medium of oysters, which appeared in the British Medical Journal of January 12, deserve the most carerul consideration. At the meeting of the British Medical Association at Cam bridge fifteen years ago I read a paper on ' Typhoid from Oysters.' My hearers seemed to think that this paper was one which might amuse but could not instruct them, although I stated that I had found sewage in considerable quantities in Oysters. Since - then the possibility of tho materies ntorbi of enteric fever and of other diseases gaining access to oysters has fre quently been discussed, and I have pub lished the cases of a latge number of persons who wore undoubtedly subjected to severe gastroenteritis as the result of...

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

OUR TELEPHONE. Hello, Exohange I Give us Mrs. Wolaten holme, President of the Women's Suffrage League. Right 1 The lady iB at the instrument. Is that you, Mrs. W. ? Wo should like a word or two with you if you are quite dis engaged. Oh, certainly! for the Sunday Times'; tuougn, or course, 1 nave plenty to occupy me just now. So wo should imagine, but we notice that you have some splendid supporters. Oh, yes, we can all do our share of talking ! But what did you think of the speeches at the deputation ? Ah ! that's what we were coming to. We want to compliment you on your generalship. We must admit you seem to understand human nature, especially of the masculine kind. I should smile. I mean I feel flattered, bnt to what do you particularly allude ? Can you ask, after informing Mr. Reid that ho was your third victim — Premier, wo mean — and also the greatest. You, no doubt, feel sure of him after that. On tho contrary, we were sure of nothing except a diplomatic answer. That's all we ...

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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

HERE AND THERE. St. Patrick's Day. Parkes, the bogey man. The Royal Standard floats half mast Government House. - Fisheries Commission at Toronto, Lake Macquarie, yesterday. Civil Service Commission taking evidence at Goulburn yesterday. Mr. Russell's forecast for to-day:—' vy earner generally squaily and unsettled. ; It is said that lady barrackers are now in evidence at Auckland (N.Z.) tennia matches. To whom it may concern : You can't legally re-marrv until a fortnight after thei decree absolute is granted. Troops will be encamped at Paddiagton this year for three days. The men go under canvas on Friday, April 12. Women's Voice declares that marriage agencies, where people can be married ' while they wait,' disgrace our cities. The betting that the wife is the peti tioner in divorce proceedings is about 7 to 3 — at least, these are about how the pro portion stands in the records. ' When a man is lending and a man is borrowing, it is not the man that borrows who fixes the rate of ...

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

THE CRT IS, STILL THEY COME. PIPES! CIGARS I TOBACCOS IE) GALORE I Thousands wend their way to out Store to participate in tho unheard of Bargains whioh they can attain at OTJE GENUINE COST PRICE SALE ! SALE ! SALE ! THE PUBLIC DO NOT WANT A LIST OF PRICES. OUR WINDOW SUPPLIES THEM WITH THE INFORMATION. M. AND H. WOOLF AND CO., Leading N.S.W. Tobacconists, 376 GEOEGE - STREET, NEXT G.P.O., SYDNEY. LETTING OUT DEPARTMENT. SYDNEY TRAMWAY AND OMNIBUS COMPANY ARE PREPARED ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE TO SUPPLY LANDAUS, BRAKES, WAGGONETTES AND OMNIBUSES FOB BALLS, PICNIC, Oil WEDDING 'PARTIES AT REDUCED RATES. LIVERIED COACHMEN AND FIRST-CLASS EQUIPMENTS. OFFICE : 17 MACQUARIE PLACE. TELEPHONE No. 698 BEEG-'S LONDON PTE HOUSE ?AJSTD KEER-ESErivIEjSTT ROOMS, 111 PITT-STREET, Near HUNTER-STREET. The above establishment has boon opened by W. H. BERG, late of Market Btreet. Refreshments of tbe Yery Beat Description only provided at the usual moderate prices, cleunlineBs being a specialty. A nice c...

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ACCIDENT AT NEWCASTLE. NEWCASTLE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

ACCIDENT AT NEWCASTLE. (BY WIRE— FROM OUR OWN C0RRESP0N33ENT.) ? Newcastle, Saturday Night. - An accident occurred this evening. A train was coming into Newcastle heavily ladcti with passengers, some of whom were standirig on . the footboards, when the conductor in passing round them collecting fares was knocked down by a tram passing in tho opposite direction. He had the presence of mind when he fell to - ? lie still, atid escaped with several large wounda ' on his head. His name is Rotlgers. After . having his wounds dressed by a doctor, the injured man was able to go to his home; Dr. Berger, the eminent surgeon of Paris, recently exhibited to the Paris Academy of Medicine a young woman for whom he had made an entirely now under-lip to supply the place of one lost by accident. He made it of flesh cut from her arm. CHEAP MILK. The Fresh Food and Ice Company's announcement that on and after Monday, the 18th inst., the price of their milk will be threepence per quatt will be welcome ...

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A SNAKE-VENOM-PROOF MAN His Interesting Experiences With Reptiles. Four Times Bitten. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

A SNAKE- VENOM-PROOF MAN   His Interesting Experiences   With Reptiles. Four Times Bitten. James S. Bray, naturalist, writes : — I have watched with interest the many articles that have appeared in your journal from time to time of " snake-bite anti- dotes" and " venomous reptiles of N.S.W.," and in the belief that the extraordinary instance, as yet unrecorded in your paper, in reference to the man Clifford, may not only be read with interest, but tend to spread the scientific value attached to the peculiar circumstances surrounding his apparent immunity from the venom of our venomous reptiles, I send you the following   rather romantic record of a few years of   the life of this man. The man Clifford was BITTEN BY A VENOMOUS SNAKE on Wednesday night, the 7th inst., and the action of the venom did no more than cause a swelling of the hand on which the reptile fastened and plunged its fangs. For quite 10 or 11 hours after he was bit...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LAW COURTS. MONDAY, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 March 1895

THE LAW COURTS. Mondat, At a ugh 18. Chamber List.— Caldwell v Henderson, to set aside writ; Es parte Fallowfield, Prohibition ; Brown and another v Skinnar, for inspection. Cause List. — No. 1 Jury Court : Stockdale v Brownlow, part beard ; Same v Same, Cooper v Garrard, Hainke v Borough of WaergaWagga. No. 2 Jury Court; Bottom v Nightingale, part heard; A.J.S. Bank, Ltd. v Wall, Nelson v North Queensland Insurance Co., Ltd. No. 3 Jury Court : Piper v Bank of New South Wales, part hoard ; Campbell v Macpheraon, Olsson v Swiuson. In Equity. — (Before Hia Honor the Chief Judge) : Eady and others v Eady and others, motion for payment out. Ik Bankruptcy. — (Before the Judge) : In re Benjamin Williams, Alfred Polley v the Official Assignee, motion under Section 130, part heard ; in re William Charles Brown, Official Assignee v Thomas Harvey Browne and Arthur David Browne, motion under Section 130. Befoue the Registrar.— At 11. — Hear- ing of Creditors' Petitions : Cooper, Nathan and Co....

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GARDINER CUP. SEMI-FINALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

GARDINER CUP. Skmi-Finals. In a two innings match Lark, Sons and Co. de feated R. Gray, Son and Co. by 201 runs. Scores : L.S. and Co. first iuuings 91, E. E. Brooks 21, T. Barnett 15, W, Hare 16. Second innings 232, E. E. Brooks 102, W. Houghton 51, A. W. Turner 26, H. A. Simpsdn 19. R.G. and Co. first innings 47, A. Leslie 15, M'Kenzie 10. Second innings 75, A. Xieslie 1/, M'Kenzie 19, A. W. Leslie 14. For L.S. aud Co. T. Barnett obtained six for 35, H. A. Simpson six for 39, and E. E. Broolts five for 24 ; while for R.G. and Co. W. Stubbins and M'Kenzie obtained eight wickets each. The final of the above competition will be com menced onf Saturday next at Norwood Park, the competing teams beiug Alcock Bros, and Lark, Sons and Co., Ltd.

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PRINTERS' CUP. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE V. DAILY TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

PRINTERS' CUP. Government Printing Office v. Daily Tp.li-oraph. The Government team compiled 69 runs in their' first innings, and six wickets for 114 runs in the second innings. They were allotted 20 runs handi cap. The Daily Telegraph made 141 iu their first inuiugs. The game now stands, Government Printing Office 62 runs ahead with four wickets to ian. j.ne principal scorers were : — u.i'.u : Mul ready 18,. Engel 14 not out, Casey 39, Johnson 34, Cassels 23. For the Daily Tele'graph Pite made 79, Hense 21, Frecker-12. Johnson and Dick were the most successful bowlers for the G.P.O. On Thursday teams from the Lyceum Theatre and Technical College met on Redfern Oval, the game resulting in a win for Lyceum Theatre by 87 runs. Scores: Lyceum Theatre, 118; A. Mus grove 56 retired, E. Boyd 37. Technical College, 31. For tbe Theatre team Musgrove captured five for 10, and T. Elliot five for 13. Macdonaldtown A and Stednian Imperial A, on latter's wicket, played a draw. Scores : Mac donal...

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EAST SYDNEY BEATS CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

EAST SYDNEY BEATS CANTERBURY. Ihis match was not resumed yesterday, Canter bury relinquishing the task of getting rid of the East Sydney batsment. The present premiers thus won by ten wickets and 93 runs.

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BOROUGH COMPETITION. ANNANDALE v. MARRICKVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

BOROUGH COMPETITION. ANNANDALE v. MAEEICKVILLE. The above clubs resumed their match for the Kerr Shield yesterday afternoon on the Agricul tural Ground. Aunandale, who had lost five wickets for 64 runs, increased their total to 78. Marrickville were soon disposed of by Campbell and Thompson for 9 runs. Both bowlers trundled excellently, and wore ably backed up by their com rades, who fielded brilliantly. Aunandale lost six wickets for 42 in their second innings, P. Howe (10) and G. Wells (11 not out) batting well. Scores ANNANDALE — First Innings. P. Hcwe, c Phillips, b Sparkes ? 4 T. Thompson, run out ? 23 W. Howe, c French, b Sparkes ? 5 G. Wells, b Phillips ? 0 D. Camj)bell, c French, b Moore ? 1 E. Scanlan, c French, b Sparkes ? 18 S. Wells, c Thompson, b Sparkes ... 3 J. Williams, c Sparkes, b Weston ... 8 Parsons, c and b Sparkes ? 2 Broad, run out ? ? ? 3 S. Abrams, not out ? 0 Sundries ? 11 Total ? 78 G. Sparkes took five for 23, G. Moore one for 2, Phillips one for 10, W es...

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PRINCE ALFRED YACHT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

PRINCE ALFRED YACHT CLUB. Yesterday the Prince Alfred Yacht Club sailed an all yachts handicap race from Orlando's buoy down to and round a Hag boat moored off Curl Curl Head, then, round Fort Denisou, Shark Island, aud to a finish between flagboat aud Orlando's buoy for prizes £7 7s and £3 3s. The conditions were: fore and aft canvas, no kites, any topsails. The club's steamer, in cliarge of Mr. Calvert, followed the race throuL'liout. The starters wfir« : Idnnn.. VV M. Camerou, scr ; .Electra, H. L. Thompson, JUinin ; Isea, Dr. F. Milford, 27min ; Assegai, P. H. Sulii van, o'lmin. Bronzewing waa the only non-starter. Twenty seconds after the fall of the starter's flag the line was crossed by Isea, Iduna 4Usee, Electra Imiu iiljsec, and Assegai imin iiosec. Electra was the only yacht to turnout with a square-header aloft, and she wanted it, the others carried jib-headers. On the beat down in the light south-east wind, Iduna, Electra and Assegai were headed well up in the wind, and ...

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