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KILLED ON THE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

KILLED ON THE RAILWAY. ' The Railway Commissioners were in formed by wire yesterday that the body of a man had been found on the line near Wellington. It was supposed he had been run over bjr a passing train. The remains were considerably disfigured,, and there was no evidence at the time of the report as to the identity of the deceased. The British pianoforte depot, of 335a George-street, have just received anew ship ment of John Broadwood and Sons' famous upright and grand pianos^ of which they cor dially invite inspection. Sir Charles Hall^, .perhaps the greatest living exponent of Beethoven, recently paid these instruments a very high coinplimcnt. He wrote, ' 1 can highly recommend the Broadwood pianofortes, as I have used them in public and private for the last 46 years, and prefer them to all others for soundness, touch, tone, and durability.' Coming from such a distinguished authority this is a testimonial worth having. Mr. Henry Harding, of Toronto, writes : — ' My little da...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

TT XX T^ASTEE COSTUMES X ll TO ORDER. ££ ^ The cliange of weather bus effected a ?? sudden demand for Warmer Clothing, yv ? ii' andof acousequencs tlie ii TV PREMIER COSTUME TO ORDER vr XX DEPARTMENT XX XX is being inundated witli orders. We have XX XX engaged extra First-class workers to XX XX cope with tlie demand. Ladies are re- XX XX quested not to leave it too late to order XX XX their XX XX EASTER GOWNS. XX -f v ? XX XX NEW WINTER DRESS MATERIALS XX XX anc*- TRIMMINGS, the Creme de la XX XX Creme of Imported Fabrics, on view XX ? XX daily at XX XX OUR MAMMOTH DRESS DEPART- XX ZX MENT. XX XX ? XX g HORDERN' BROTHERS, H 5$ 203 to 211 PITT-STREET (ONLY). g SYDNEY. £i XX (Country orders executed without the XX XX least possible delay,) YY XX XX xxxx^xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxyxxxxxxxxxxxxxx XXXXXXXXXXXXX

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

SEND YOUR ORDERS TO u*L. ? E-. * ??n O B EMS,1 THE LIVE GROCER, \ *7Q GEORG-E-STREET WEST. *7Q COMPANY'S SUGAR 2d per lb., 2d per lb., 2d per lb. 81b. f SUGAR, with lib BEST N.S. TEA, for 2s. i-ohest PANYOTG TEA, with BAG OF SUGAR, for 16s. 401b. i-chest N.S. TEA, with BAG OF SU&AR, for 27a'6d. \ All Other Lines Equally as Cheap. Orders Daily Pouting In. ' SEND FOR N®w PRICE LIST. A UNTIL FTOTHER H0TICE. CO-OPERATION AGAIN TO THE FOEE 3d qt. : WHEES I ? ' WHY, ?- 3d qt. - |\v^ - ? ' ;? - Jp [|_Jj v\L ?? THE - , - £|j FARMERS AND DAIRTMEM'S milk company, cz ' '-* . . - Jy x ? - .... ?? -7: S AM) -THOMAS. 8TK1ET8, ULTIMO. ? ? ...' ; \ ^ OiibERS — ^ ; _ F0R m- CREAM- AND 8UPEP|M CREAMERY BUTTER. , |1|1 nt TO THE MAIN' AG-ER. ' VlfliPw'w®: .

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN OBJECTIONABLE EMBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

AN OBJECTIONABLE EMBARGO. It is not very flattering to our am our proprc to learn by A cable despatch via New Caledonia that the French Chamber of Deputies have passed a special Act abso lutely prohibiting the importation into France of Australian meat, either pre served or frozen, although there may be some remote consolation in tho fact that America is shnm unfli na in fho new statutory disability. ? The United States Government is, however, in a posi tion to take care of itself, and will doubt less take some steps to intimate its opinion to the French Government, besides bring ing to bear, if it thinks fit, such pressure as may be possible to secure a reconsidera tion or modification of tho objectionable ukase. In our case, however, not being a sovereign state, we have no power to adopt retaliatory measures, or even to remon strate at first hand. Still, in view of the importance of 'tho interests involved, and the desirability of extending our markets in as many . directions as p...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CREMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

j CREMATION. The occurrence of an instance of cremation in Victori fe i, with the oanotion of the authorities^, is calculated to bring this' method of| the disposal of the dead pro minently before the public. In the case under nrtfice, it appears that the remains thus de:jylt with wore those of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Inger Henniker, an aged lady of Jinglish birth, who had resided in Victor Li/, for nearly 40 years, and the in cineration was carried out in the presence of a gathering of relatives and friends, in a litth/y seashore hay between Sandringham and B a aumaris.. This is the first time that a Euro.pean has been cremated in Victoria, altho'a.gh as recently as last week the corpsflj of a Hindoo was reduced to ashes neaar/i;he same spot, according to the rites of his :s7iligiou. It was by her own express wish thajt» the body of Mrs. Henniker was disposed of tfy fire, aud the ceremony was carried out; in a decent and orderly manner. A va-fl. containing threo tons of firewood an...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR OUR OWN PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

FOR OUR OWff PEOPLE. The first time that a clause was inserted in public works contracts providing, as far as could be provided, that only our own people should be engaged, it was done upon a suggestion made in these columns. Our proposal had nothing to do with fiscalisln — as is well-known, we take no stock in fiscal fads, and, moreover, largely doubt the sincerity of the majority of those who do — but it was apparent to ub that the public works would prove of little relief to the workless workers of N.S.W., and have no effect at all in removing the crowds of un employed from our cities, unless some such provision as that indicated were made. The reasonableness of that view is now generally conceded, and easily de fended. The wires flash all over Aus tralasia the news that New South Wales is about to commence considerable ex penditure on public works. What is the natural result ? Why, that — unlcfes we jilace some restriction— we will be burdened with a large proportion of the unem...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE COST OF STRIKES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

THE COST OF STRIKES. According to a reply given by the Colonial Secretary to question asked in the Assembly, it appears that the total expen diture for the employment of police, special trains, coaches, provisions, and all other items connected with the pastoralists' and shearers' difficulties during 1894, was .£12, 949. This statement will give some idea of how the general public, who have no direct interest in the dispute, are affected, although of course tho same is a small one in comparison with the amount represented jby lo3s of wages and interest on the private expenses incurred by both parties to the Struggle, not to mention the destruction of property in connection with its more lawless phases. The fact, how ever, of the taxpayers being called upon to find an extra .£13,000 merely for the pur pose of preserving law and order, should be sufficient to illustrate the wasteful character of such disputes, and the various directions iu which they tend to impoverish' the community....

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR OWN BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

?? OUR OWN BUSINESS. ' A special plea whioh has been raised on. several occasions latoly in various ?quarters,, and for different purposes, deserves sorajfi notice because of its misohievous, thougfli specious, character. It is that, because, of the anticipated advent ot Federation, legi/?j lation whioh may be affected thereby^or actions which it may, perhaps, supersede, should not be proceeded with. Sir Henry Parkes has made use of this as an argument for not adjusting the taxation of our own people upon a more equitable basis, and yet no one knows better than Sir Henry the difficulties and obstacles which nave to be overcome before Federation can even be said to be within measurable distance. The preliminaries have scarcely yet boen settled, and even if everything goes per fectly smoothly two' or three year3 would probably be required to put the scheme into operation. The fact is, however, that the question is still in nnbibus, and no one can tell when it will emerge into a defini...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT MUST HAPPEN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

WHAT MUST HAPPEN. 'A section of the Press run away with the idea that if there is a coalition it must necessarily be between Sir George Dibbs and Sir Henry Parke3, and that as these two have quarrelled afresh there is no pos sibility of a coalition. Most people who pause to think can conceive of a coalition .without Sir Henry Parkes in it — in fact there could not be a good workable coalition ministry with Sir Henry Parkes as a member. It might exiBt long enough to effect a certain putpose, but would not have that even tenor of life which is the only advantage of a coalition. It is not improbable even that in the course of ' a little time some members of the present Ministry might be in a coalition. Should the Government godowa over the tariff re form proposals, no member of the Opposition could form a Government from that side of the House to stand ; he would have to take in men from the other parties. ' A coalition would be imperative, Aud if ] that coalition did not survive the s...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW NAMES REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

NEW NAMES RKQUIRED. It is with not a little satisfaction that we note week after week further confirmation of our oft-expressed view of local politics that a cast-iron fiscal policy is an im possibility. Every day politicians are now making this admission-^not in so many words, perhaps, but in effect. Many Free fun/Tnuo OVfl /liorvACQ/1 frt WMnnnH^ UL O (UO UJOjJVOWU vv tilts pioacui/ tariff, which, though imposed by a Protec tionist Government, was never recognised by Protectionists as a proper Protectionist tariff. Some, too, who would not accept the tariff, have made certain admissions in regard to special treatment of particular products which their opponents declare stamps them as Protectionists. Then there is the humorous fact that the so-called Protectionists are not really Protectionists, as was evidenced by their failure to take , duo advantage of their recent opportunity to show the fiscal faith that was in them. The truth is that politicians now see that a cast-iron polic...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH SYDNEY BEATS UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

SOUTH SYDNEY BEATS UNIVERSITY. When tho veteran curator of the Sydney Cricket Ground was asked what the wipket was like yester day afternoon, he replied that it was as bad as it could possibly be, .and that South Sydney was almost sure to be beaten. An inspection of the pitch backed up this opinion. The wicket was composed of Melbourne soil, which takes a long time to dry properly. However, South Syduey won the match, but it was through a wonderful innings by S. Gregory, who scored fast, while his comrades had .the utmost difficulty in keeping their wickets up. South Sydney required 163 runs in all on starting the iuniugs on the opening day, and yesterday on continuing, they still needed 98 runs with eight wickets in hand. The innings realised 190 runs, Gregory's contribution being 100 exactly. This young bats man has played many remarkable innings, but this one ranks second hardly to any of them. Con sidering the state of the wicket his strokes were wonderfully fiue, especially on ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. THE PREMIERSHIP COMPETITION. The Positions Unaltered. SOUTH SYDNEY AND PADDINGTON STILL LEADING. Centuries by Bannerman and Gregory. Waverley Defeats Manly—And South Sydney and Central Cumberland Score Wins — Melbourne and Adelaide Cricket — The Borough Final. PADDINGTON DEFEATS NORTH SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

CRICKET. THE PREMIERSHIP COMPETITION. Tlie Positions Unaltered. SOUTH SYDNEY AND PADDINGTON STILL LEADING. Centuries by Bannerman and Gregory. Waverley Defeats Manly — And South Sydney and Central Cumberland Score Wins — Melbourne and Adelaide Cricket — The Borough Final. PADDINGTON DEFEATS NORTH SYDNEY. The supporters of Paddington were not too san guine of success in this match, even though only | 42 runs were required, with eight wickets to fall. , Their fears, however, were quite groundless, as A. C.. Bannerman and E. Noble, the not out batsmeu took the score from 78 to 142 ere they were separated. Noble made 50 in good style. The Paddington captain continued batting iu splendid fnym ,,nfil lio l.n,1 nouca/I fl.n Witl, 11A tn his credit he was dismissed, after playing an in nings, the latter half of which was worthy of his very brightest days — a very fine display. The innings ' closed for 248 runs, the other contributors of note being E. Kelly 23, and J. J. Kelly 16 not out. Be...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROSEBERY PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

; ItOSEBERY PARK RACES. Tlie following weights have been declared for nextt Tuesday's meeting: — FOURTEEN-TWO HANDICAP— 4J furlongs. Starlight 7st 121b, Parody 7st 71b, Elsie 7st 71b, Hinen'toa 7st 41b, Silence 1st 41b, Alicia 7st 41b, Magic Jst 41b, Winnie 7st 21b, Netta 7st 21b, Lena 7st 21b, Antonie 7st, Revellia 7st, 'i'inonee 7st. TCTTT?r.Tcin*Ta uiuna tta NriTn.iP ? q «ni.inn^ Tempe 8st 121b, Eurobin 8st 81b, Maribelle 8st, Jerry 7st 111b, Little Splendid 7st 71b, Sandfly 7st 51b, Commodore II 7st, Julia 7st, Cassy 7st. FOUETEBN HANDS HANDICAP— 5 furlongs. Black Swua 8st 61b, Ova 7st 121b, Clytie 7at 71b, Edith (late Dover) 7st 31b, Utter 7st Sib, Schemer 7st, Jet 7s t, 15bctor 7st. , . THIETEEST-TWO HANDICAP— 3 furlongs. Nellie Stewiart 9st 51b, Triumvar 8st 21b, Clare 7st 91b, Robinsoa Crusoe 7st 71b, Moonshee 7st 51b. Little Jemmy 76t 51b; La Tosca 7st 31b, Eric II. 7at 31b, Jenny Sly Jst- 31b, Idle Girl 7at, Jerry 7st. EOSEBERY HANDICAP— 5 furlongs. George (late Insignia) ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RACING AT FLEMINGTON. Hopetoun Complimentary Meeting. Cobbitty Wins the Cup—An Outsider's Day. MELBOURNE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

RACIM AT FLEMINGTON. . 0 Hopetoun Complimentary Meeting. Cobbitty Wins the Cup— An Outsider's Day. (BY WIRE— FROM.OtTR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) I ' Melbourne, Saturday Night. The complimentary meeting to Lord Hope toun, prior to his departure from Victoria, took place at Flemington to-day, in magni ficent weather. There was a very fair atten dance. In addition to Lord and Lady Hope toun, the Admiral and officers of the Squadron were present, and a large number of fashion able people. The Governor got a grand re ception on arriving, and was given a splendid send-off on leaving the course. The racing was interesting throughout, but backers had one of the worst days they have experienced for a considerable time. The Parisienne, Who won the opening event, is by Trenton from Marie Louise, and was bred by her present owner, Mr. S. G. Cook. She had a lot of luck in winning, as the race was at the mercy of Tieja, when, as at the autumn meeting, she swerved right across the course. Even then she ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CENTRAL CUMBERLAND DEFEATS REDFERN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

CENTRAL CUMBERLAND DEFEATS REDFERN. The Redfern Ciub withdrew from this match after the first day's play. Central Cumberland thus winning by six wickets and 55 runs.

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GLEBE BEATS LEICHHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

GLEBE BEATS LEICHHARDT. This match was concluded at Wentworth Park in the presence of a large number of spectators. Glebe at the conclusion of the first day's play had lost eight wickets for 105, and were disposed of for 117 runs. Leichliardt in their second innings started well, scoring 42 runs before the first wicket fell. A. Newell and T. Cobcroft then took up the uuwuup, auu iiy« wicuets ieii ior an additional £ runs. J. Storey 28, A. Meaney 20, F. Holt 13, and Osborne 13 were the only double figure scores in this innings, which closed for 94 runs. A. Newell took four for 29, T. Cobcroft three for 7, aud A. Buckle two for 14. The Glebe made 17 for the loss of one wicket in the second innings, and thus won by nine wickets. Scores : — GLEBE— First Innings. T. Cobcrcft, b Connell ? ? 8 A. Newell, run out ? 13 A. Buckle, c Osborne, b Storey ... ... 44 T. Duggan, b Storey ? 0 J. Sullivan, b Connell ? ... 5 J. Ives, lbw, b Osborne ? ... 1 J. Newell, lbw, b Osborne ... ... 12 W. Kelk, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

LADIES ! OUR ANNUAL SALE IS MOW ON ONE YISIT WILL MORE THAN REPAY Y OU. GKEj^UIlSnE ItQEDTJGTXOlSrS IUST SlYEBY DEL^^RT^T^jSTT. FOR INSTANCE, LADIES' WHITE UNDERSKIRTS, Deep Lace Frills; from Is 9d to 4s lid. A Grand Show of UNDERCLOTHING Equally Cheap. CORSETS — 'THE CLARENCE,' reduced to 2s 6£d; usual price, 3s lid. ' LA BELLE,' in Black and Colors, reduced to 2s ll£d; usual price, 43 lid 'THE NELLIE STEWART,' with Shoulder-straps, reduced to 3s 11-Jd usual price, 5s lid. BLOUSES. BLOUSES. BLOUSES. f Fink and Blue Zephyr, with deep frills, only Is 9|a. i' White, Pink, and Blue Zephyrs, deep fine lace collar, only 2a lid. Heliotrope, White, Pink, and Blue Zephyr, trimmed fine Jaoe and insertion, only 3s ll$d. In Shot Silk, trimmed lace insertion, only 4s lid ; trimmed jet, 5s lid. LADIES' CAMBRIC COSTUMES, trimmed, from 4s lid. SJp.RGE DRESS SKIRTS, all colors, trimmed, from 4s lid. CHILD'S COSTUMES, smocked, only In Hid. CfJILD'S PINAFORES, blouse shape, trimmed lace, 6$d. LARGE S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

LASSITUDE, HEADACHE, ' ' BACKACHE, ?\ AND INDIGESTION ARE SYMPTOMS OF A DISORDERED LIVER. CLEMENTS - TONIC IS THE ONLY RELIABLE AND RADICAL CURE. HAYE NO OTHER. TOUR NEIGHBOR'S CASE. , Mr. T. J. Santety, Albury-street, Hur rlimburrah, who writes on June 13, 1393 : ' About four months ago I was greatly troubled with a continued languid feeling, rtlso loss of appetite, costiveness ; in fact, I felt myself hardly capable of carrying on my usual business, owing to a tired feeling; I awoke in the morning more un rf^'reshed than when I went to bed. A friend of mine, who was boarding in tho same house as me, who had been benefitted by taking Clements Tonic for the above symptoms, advised me to try it ; I did so, and am happy to say that before I had finished the third bottle all disagreeable symptoms had disappeared. I am happy to say I have never had any occasion to take any medicine since. I consider it' is one of the greatest panaceas in the world to those suffering from indigestion or ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

;^LIFE-BtrOT:\ . - ROYAL - DISllFIGT AIT THIS SOAP is so strongly impregnated with a POTENT DISINFECTANT that its use will ensure the UTTER DESTRUCTION OF ALL GERMS OS1 DISEASE, whioh; because unseen, are often unsuspected until they have produced their deadly fruit. Where there are Dirty Boards, Filthy Sinks, Foul Smells, there Disease is Germi-' nating and will thrive. ONE BAR of LIFEBUOY SOAP will Stop this Deadly Work. It will not [only Remove the Seeds of Sickness, which thrive in dirt, bedause that might be done by any soap, but it will DESTROY THEM. ? ; The Careful Experiments of Scientific men have proved that LIFEBUOY SOAP ?\ will Completely Destroy all Living Seeds of Disease, and that its use will DESTROY INFECTION. Sold by Storekeepers at 6d Per Bar, or 1s 6d Per Box of 3 BARS. Should any obe be Unable to Parohase the Soap, send 2s in Stamps to .. LEVER BROS., LTD., 232 CLARENCE-ST., SYDNEY,' And they will Send a BOS POST FREE. Also ' THE SECRET OE HEALTH,' A Book Fall o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

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