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THE CLAIMS OF THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
THE CLAIMS OP THE COUNCIL. The Legislative Council is to be afforded a fair opportunity of justify ing its alterations to the Land Bill and Coal Mines Bill, or failing that, to yield to the opinion of the popular Chamber in connection with the points of difference between the two Houses. That in some instances the amendments of tho Council may be acceptable to the Assembly, and may even be regarded as improvements, is quite conceivable, and the latter will doubtless be perfectly willing to make concessions which do not in volve questions of principle or the ultimate ascendancy of the Assembly, but it would be false to itself and its constituents if it permitted any attempt at dictation, or recognised the right of the Council to a para mount share in the legislation of the country. * * * It may be contended that this is a somewhat one-sided way of approach ing the -subject, and an unfair method of dealing with the claims of the Upper House, but those who maintain this view of the que...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. THE SHEA'S CREEK SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
NOTES AND COMMENTS. THE SHEA'S CREEK SCANDAL. Nothing could liave be»n more strongly confirmatory of the exposure in the columns of the Sunday Times of . the criminal waste of publSc money in connec tion with the works at Shea's Creelc than the official report of Mr. J- B. Thompson, land valuer to the Public Works Depart ment, -which was laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday evening by the Minister for Works. Tlie Minister had asked Mr. Thompson to consider the matter in tho aspect of its likelihood or otherwise of becoming in the near future a source of commercial advantage to tho Government, independently of the sani tary benefits to be obtained. Ho reports that the only, or certainly the principal, source from which profit might be expected is from the sale or lease of the land re sumed or reclaimed on either side of the canal. There was as yet 110 demand for the land. This might be.owing to the unfinished state of the canal; and to sparseness of the population...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
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EMPLOYMENT FOR THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
V EMPLOYMENT EOS THE PEOPLE. With a certain class of political critics the Labor Party would appear to be a veritable bete noir, 'and the fact of any policy or course of action securing the approval of that section is sufficient to ensure its unqualified condemnation by these prejudiced censors, d or our own pare, as is wen known, wo have never hesitated to criticise or condemn the acts and opinions of the ' Solidarities ' when they appeared to merit adverse com ment, but to hold them np to indis criminate censure, or to denounce any polioy simply because it accords with their programme or is calculated to secure their support, is no more to be justified than the proverbial Hiber nian principle of being 'agin' the Government.' And yet something very like this spirit oeems to pervade and actuate some of the PreBS oritioisms of the public works polioy lately enun ciated by the Premier, and which it is somewhat gratuitously asserted is an underhand bid for tho support of the Labor Part...
Before the CURTAIN LYCEUM—"THE CASE OF REBELLIOUS SUSAN." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
[?] LYCEUM— 'THE CASE OF REBEL- j LIOUS SUSAN.' Last evening the Lyceum was filled by an audience eager to witness the first production in Australia of a new and 'original comedy in three acts by Henry Arthur Jones, entitled ' The Case of Eebellious Su3an.' First staged at the Cri terion- Theatre, .London, by Mr. Charles Wyndham, on October 5 last, latest exchanges record the fact that the piece was still running with every success. Like Mr. Jones' other play, ' The Mas querades,' his latest comedy also made a decidedly favorable impression in New York, where it was staged for the first time on December 29 last at, singular to relate, the Lyceum Theatre. ' Tbe Case of Rebellious Susan ' is a case of matrimonial philosophy — the philosophy of Mr. Jones, who seemingly would hold to the ?belief that after all the woman with an un faithful husband would if she were sensible do best to put up with it rather than attempt .retaliation. The plot, such as it is, may be summed up as follows :...
THE WORLD OF SPORT CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6. CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
THE WORLD 0E SPORT CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6. ? ? o ? ? CYCLING. (Br 'Wheeler.'! The League has arranged for a tandem to do the pacing iu the long-distance races. In the last Five Miles Test Kace at Melbourne Middleton beat Don Walker by 18in in 12min 0 2-5sec. Very good time, but not quite up to llmin 0 2-5see, which was first sent over as the correct thing. Middletou is in great form, and rode his heat iu the two miles open from 30yds behind scratch iu 4min 50 l-5sec. Chris. Neilseu, who for his weight and inches, was a brilliant sculler, is going great guns ou his bicycle, und will be hard to beat in the big events. Neil Matterson, another oarsman, also shapes well, and no one would begrudge his getting back what lie lost over laBt Austral race. An idea of the magnitude of the League Carnival may be gained when it is stated that £600 will be required to cover expenses. A special telephone system will be iu vogue between the judge's stand and the board, ou which the wiuuers and starte...
SYDNEY WHEEL RACE HEATS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
SYDNEY WHEEL RACE HEATS. i'ollowiug is the draw tor heats ot the yyaney Wheel Race, the prizes for which amount to £130. The race will be run right out the first day. Tlie first four men in each heat will start in the final. The winner of each heat will get £1 10s, and the second 10s : — First Heat: J. Parsons, L. A. Simpson, scratch; R. W. Lewis, 80yds ; J. Boyd, 45 ; S. ii. Sbaw, 100 ; A. O'Brien, . 105 ; F. A. Chapmau, 510; G.' Mead ham, F. Rathgen, 140 ; P. Fowles, 155 ; N. Matter l . Ti i? ton. w XX Leech, C. Neilsen, 200; C. Jorgenson, -210 ; P. Search, 220 ; H.S. CuSack, 230 ; T. Amos, 240 ; R. Morton, T. H. Barkell, 320. Second Heat : J. Megson, R. Davis, scratch : H. Bagnal, 45yds; C. Greenwood, !j0 ; G. Wyburd, 105; G. Roth, 110; J. W. Reed, 120: T. W. Stan nix, 140; C. Sells, 150; J). Weaver, 160; J. \\r. Miller, 175 ; J. C. Johnstone, C. Lynch, 190 ; S. Matterson, 195 ; J. Fitzpatrick, 200 ; E. Stafford, 210 ;' L. Osborne, 230 ; E. A. Cathie, G. F. Mason, 240 ; H. Shaw, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
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THE JOHNSTONE'S BAY SAILING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
THE JOHNSTONE'S BAY SAILING CLUB. Two races were sailed yesterday afternoon under the auspices of this club— a 24-footer Handicap and a lu-footer Handicap— and both afforded much in terest. It would have been better had the course of the 24-footer race been shorter, as there is not time now that the days are shortening so quickly for long-course races. The Lady Mary did service for the Lady Manning asilagship, and she was none too small, the attendance, considering tho impor tance of the events, being poor. The 24-footf.p. Handicai*.— Course : From boat moored oif Goat Island, round Lightship, Sow and Pigs aud Shark Island, thence round Fort Denisou aud Shark Island, to a finish betweeii Flagboat arid Goat Island. Prizes : First £6, second £2, third £1, The boats to start and their handicaps and skippers were — Flying Fisli (E. Leader) scratch, Lady ljoch (G. Holmes) and Ida (.T. M'Mortrie) 3miu behind, Young Harry (G. Parrett; 3Jmiu, Volunteer (G. Holmes, jun.j, Mantura (G. Ellis) ...
RATING RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
RATING RACE. A race for 2-raters and under was sailed yester« day, under the Yacht Racing Association rules, for a first prize of £10 10s, presented by Mr. G. S. Brock ; a second prize of £5, and a third prize of £2. The course sailed was from Orlando's buoy, round the Pilelight in Watson's Bay and Shark Island, back round Orlando's buoy, round Shark Island, and then to a finish at the starting point. The entries were : Viva Brandon, 1.9 rating, scratch ; Louelle, 1.7 rating, lmiu 12sec ; Butter cup, .613 rating, 12min 29seo ; 'l'aipo and Daisy, .50 rating, 16niin llsec ; Cariad, .49 rating, lGmin 28sec ; Brownie, .48 rating, ltimin 45sec. All the boats got away in accordance with their respective time allowances. Oh the reach to the Pilelight Cariad led, with Brownie, 'l'aipo, and Daisy close behind. Ou the stretch to Shark Island Daisy displaced Brownie, whilst Cariad increased her lead. The following were the times at the buoy : — ? Cariad 3h 43min 50sec, 'l'aipo 3h 44min 20sec, ...
EAST SYDNEY SAILING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
EAST SYDNEY SAILING CLUB, ice aoove ciuo s race yesterday airernoon over the lightship course provided a very interesting contest, which resulted in a win for the speedy 2 footer Esmeralda, which has worked herway to the front very frequently of late. The starters were; Sydney Pearce, 24ft, H. Pearce ; Latona, 22ft, O. Taylor, scratch; Esmeralda, 22ft, W. Reid ; Lottie, 24ft, P. Roberts, lmiu; Idothea, 24ft, W. A. Not ting, 3min ; Our Own, 24ft, H. Laugford, 4min ; Lavinia, 24ft, L. Maguire, 5min ; Iverna, 22ft, G. Wilson, 7mm ; Ariel, l8ft, C. H. Gorrick, llmin. Ariel was first away, aud the others loiiowea wen to nine. xne oraer at mo lightship was : — Iverna, Ariel, Lavinia, Our Own, Esmeralda, Sydney Pearce, Idothea, Lottie, and Latona. At Shark Island the times of rounding were : — Lavinia 4h 32min SOsec, Our Own 4h 32miu 44sec, Esmerelda 4h 32miu 55sec, Sydney Pearce 4h U3min 7sec, Idothea 4h 3omin 33sec, Lottie 4h 34miu 28sec, Iverna 41t 34miu 43sec, Latona 4h Somin ISsec, Ar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
FREE INFORMATION. ? ? ♦ ? ? FOB READERS OP THE 'SUNDAY TIMES.' We desire it to be understood that, while We endeavor to get thoroughly accurate advice for our readers, we in no way hold ourselves resp6nsible for the opinions expressed. r. INFORMATION COUPON. Sunday Times. *--.49. This mast be cut out and forwarded with any question. NOTICE. The barrister who has up to the present supplied our readers with free legal advice has had to dis continue, owing to his professional duties claiming all his time and attention. We are making arrange ments, however, whereby the information will be supplied in future by au attorney. ? The column has proved of immense advantage to persons too poor to pay for legal advice, and we again put forward the reminder that it is only for these the advice is made available. FREE LEGAL ADVICE. J.Gr. (Penrith): No. Justice and Satisfaction : Issue execution upon the goods, &c. Club : Our advice is only for the indigent ; you must consult a solicitor. ...
ST. IGNATIUS COLLEGE ANNUAL REGATTA. North Shore Win the Senior Eights. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
ST. IGNATIUS COLLEGE ANNUAL REGATTA. North Sliore Win the Senior Eights. The tenth annual regatta of the St. Ignatius College Howin^ Club was brought oif yesterday afternoon on the Lane Cove River. This fixture, invariably a very pleasant one, is always looked forward to by all lovers of aquatics. Yesterday was no exception to the general rule. Witli such an energetic president as tbe genial Father Gartlan at the heaa of affairs, it goes without say ine that all tho details of the resratta were nronerlv worked out, and. the gathering may be added to the long list of successful reunions for which the' RiCerview College is so noted. The piece do resistance was of course the Senior Challenge Eights, for which there were no fewer than five starters, a very large number, especially when the nature of the course is taken into account. Opinions differed as to the respective merits of the crews, but Sydney and North Shore wero looked upon as likely to fight out the race between them. Balmai...
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
BOWLING. | A match took place at Waverley between the Manly and Waverley. Clubs, resulting in a hand some win in the' aggregate for the former. The scores of the teams are appqnded : — MANLY v. WAVERLEY. TVIaxty. ? First rinV - Snailr /n,,r.foin\ W TTn*.. rocks, Bacon, Austin, 30 points* Second rink : Luckham (captain), Rossitter, Harrison, Byrne, 20 points. Waverley.— First rink : Kondio (captain), Biol, J. Fands, Mandy, 18 points. Sccond rink : Baines (captain), Parsons, Bennett, Appel, 20 points. MANLY v. WAVERLEY. A two rink match was played ou the Waverley Green yesterday between the Manly and Waverley Bowling Clubs. The scores were : — Wavkelsy. — No. 1 Rink : W. Barnes (captain), 20 points. No. 2 Rink : W. Kondio, 13. Total, 38. Manly. — No. 1 Rink : M. Luckham, 20 points. No. 2 Rink : M. Spear, 30. Total, 50: Newtown v. waverley. ? These clubs played a four-riuk match on the Newtown Greeu yesterday, Waverley winning by 18 points. Scores: — Nf.wtown. — No. 1 Rink. : Murray (c...
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
SWIMMING. The following starts have been declared in con nection with the 100yds Inter-club Handicap at the Police Swimming Club's Hospital Carnival ou the 27th inst., at the Natatorium, viz. : — L. Leo, 7sec ; P. J. O'Douuell, 9 ; J. O'Grady, 10 ; T. Banks, W. Regan; 14 ; Trowton, C. Green, R. H. T. Foley, 16 ; W. Sheridan, 17; S. F. Adams, P. Walsh, A. Wilkins, 18 ; D. Christian, W. Brees, 19; W. H. Brown, A. E. Potts, H. Hellings, 20 ; J. H. Laws, 22 ; H. Smith, 23 ; J. H. Saunders, 21 ; W. C. Healy, 25 ; E. G. Pratt, 26; H. Healy, 29. ' As a Safe, Permanent, and Warranted Core' for Pimples, Scrofula, Scurvy, Bad Legs, Skin and Blood Diseases, Pimples, and Sores of all kinds, we can with confidence recommend Clarke's World famed Blood Mixture. 'It iB certainly the finest Blood Purifier that scieuce and medicil skill have brought to light.' Thousands of Testimonials. Sold everywhere at 2s 9d per bottle. Beware of worthless imitations and substitutes.
ADELAIDE CRICKET. ADELAIDE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
ADELAIDE CRICKET. (BY WIRE— FROiS OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Adelaide, Saturday Night. The Norwoods continued their innings against North Adelaides, on the City Oval, to-day. Lyon3, who remained, not out on the previous Saturday with 70 to his credit, again butted, carrying his total to 13S 'before beiug disposed of. He played splendid cricket. The innings closed for 20S. North Adelaides lost one wicket for 121; Wilkin son 55 not out, C. Hill 46 not out. The Adelaides met the Ports. The . former ?batted first, losing five wickets for 227 ; W. GifEea 54, G. Gitfen 59, Green not out 36.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
CRICKET. : Hordern's team were beaten by Our Boys B team by 62 runs on the latter's wicket. Scores : Hor derh's 32, Our Boys B 94, Palmer 2fi, Rousell 25, Grant 12. For the Our Boys Rousell took seven for U, Palmer two for 11. The Paddingtouians defeated Warwicks on the North Domain by six wickets. Warwick made 68 (Hall !18 not out). Hogun, Mackenzie, Davis, and Hounsevell secured the wickets. The Padding touians lost four wickets for 72 (Joe Davis 3b not out and J. J. Davis 27). J. Herlihy and F. Moss bowled best for Warwick. Mullhollands were beaton by Cresents at Moore Park. T. BroWu and J. Brierly both bowled and batted well for the winners. Cliatsworth beat E:wt Sydney by niue wickets. Scores: Chatswortli, L'.3 and one for 12 ; Marks 14. East Sydney, 13 and iS; R. Alulhall 10. For the winners Marks and Baher bowled best. Irene beat Imperial by 37 runs. Scores : Irene, 47 and 75 ; Imperial ;-l and 32. For the winners' Littlejolin made 3S, V. Robinson 32, and G. Marks 25 not out....
PIGEON SHOOTING. NEW SOUTH WALES GUN CLUB PIGEON SHOOTING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
PIGEON SHOOTING. NEW- SOUTH sWALES GUN CLUB PIGEON SHOOTING COjSTPETITION. ' The first competition for the Spring Cup took place at the N.S.W. Gun Club Grounds, Botany, on Friday, 22nd inst., and resulted in a leg-in for Mr. E. -Blake, who shot with a Scott gun. Following were the sccreB : — ? 1 E. Blake, 27yds ? ; 111111111111111111—18 (Lesr-in.) F. M. Clements, 26yds ...~ 111111111111111110—17 ?Maxim. 24yds ? 1111111111111110 —15 ♦Randwick, 23yds ? 101111111 —8 'Lockwood, 29yd8 ? 10110 — S P. Dufiot, 28yds ? 100 — 1 Sweepstakes. No. 1. — Divided by Messrs. *Maxim and ♦Lock wood, with 3 kills. No. 2. — Divided by Messrs. Clements and 'Loci wood, with 6 kills. No. 3. — Divided by Messrs. *Maxim and Duflot, with 3 kills. No. 4. — Divided by Messrs. Duflot and *Lock« wood, with 3 kills. No. 4. — Divided by Messrs. Clements and 'Maxim, with 4 kills. No. 6. — Divided by Messrs. *Maxiin and 'Lock wood, with 3 kills. ? Assumed names. '? ' - : : '.