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O'SULLIVAN'S ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

O'SDLLIYAN'S ABOUT. The magic symbols, E.W.O'S., have occupied a more prominent place than ever in Hansarit for the last week's sitting of the House. E wos, E wos, E always wos, and always he will be While suns go bung and systems die, a pro minent M.P. Seleotors wrongs and cockies' claims are his especial care, He's in and out, he's round about, in fact he's everywhere. From Queanbeyan he comes and goes, and ev'ry creameree ' That opens up in any town he will be there to see : All country shows his portly form is certain sure to grace, At bush bazaars and such you'll find his broad and smiling face When Parkes gets up to make a speech he does not shriek and shout; . If he should learn by any chanee Ewos was round about. Sir Richard Dibb3 he's loyal to, he follows close behind, Although you know he did not) get ? , well, there now, never mind. He'll get ' it' yot in time's due course, that ' it,' of course you know, Is something public, rhyming to the word 'portfolio.' Protection is...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF MR. H. H. HAYTER. A Noted Statistician. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

DEATH OF MR. H. H. HAYTEK. A Note#. Statistician* 'i Mr. H. H, Haytee,.C.M.G.,. the Victoriari Government statistician, died- yesfcerda;/, aged ,74, the cause being cancer. Henry Hayly.n Hayter was born October, 1821, at Eden Vale- Wiltshire, and educate- d at*, a private school and at tile-Charter Housei. In 1852 he came' to Victoria, and iii 1857 joined the Registrar-General's Department, '/?here ? during many years, he had tull charge of the . statistical branch. In 1870 lie was secretary i to. a Royal- Commission which inquired ''into the public- service^and tlie, extra labor, ir/icluding ? thab.of the oehBUSof 1871, injured' liif's health. He obtained-lieave of absence- incon/'iequehce, but in 1874 his branch- was- rhade a separate! department; and- he1 was given the title- whioh: he held so- long-' .as: G/'.overnment Statistician. HGstartod;the ''Vicfc:orian Year Btiok;' wilich hiis been now in-exi?.:'iterice about twenty years, and is the author: of ' Sohool History,'-' 'Scho...

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

PICKED ODT OF THE HARBOR. A man named John Bennett, aged 60, from near Goulburn, either walked or fell into the Harbor at Circular Quay last night. Ho was (rescued- by a Water Policeman, taken-, to Sydney Hospital, and. admitted .in a Berious condition. ? The residents of a quiet waterside suburb have been scandalised of late by the con duct of the female hands engaged in con* nection with a !newly-es.tablishea industry. Some of these girls ? take possession of the ferry waiting-shed occasionally, and' gene rally spread themselves, over the waterside; Disgraceful scenes ensue, and- terrible language is used in the hearing of persona travelling1' by- -the* -boats — many of them women and children.' The Other day several of these girls .ran .down- to: an - incoming boat-, on which- two of their- mates had gone for a short trip, . and screamed out that they were ' too late for; a: sanguinary fight,' which' had taken place'- between a couple of them. Details, emphasised with lurid' adje...

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

POLITICAL PELLETS. I Sir Henry Parkes has apparently nothing better to do now than waste- the time of the House by moving the adjournment. His speeoh on Wednesday night was his own political death knell. It showed out in garish colors- the littleness of the man. It also indioated a mental deoline whioh must have sorrowed his friends. . There was no oocasion for a reply by the Premier. The matter and manner of the aged knight's speech was its own condemna tion. However, Mr. Reid slaughtered him, and presented him drawn and quartered to the yiew of tho country. ' Go over there,' said tho Premier, pointing to tho Opposition front benoh, ''this (the Ministerial side) is no place for traitors 1' It was quite a dramatic scene — with a spice of comedy. Sir George Dibbs leaning back on his seat, hands in his trousers pockets, and legs stretohed out, laughed con ' Sumedly, and voted the show ' better than, a circus!' Sir Henry's age and irritableness unfit him for politics. His friends, inst...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION. WHAT THEY MAY RECOMMEND. Small and Big Men to Go Free. Middle Section to Suffer. The Reasons. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

CIVIL SERVICE COM MISSION. WHAT THE T MAI RECOMMEND. Small' and Big Hen to Go- Free; Middle Section to Suffer. The .Reasons. From information which has reached us, we* have reason- to believe that the Civil Service ConnnisBion will not recommend any radical reforms, but will content them selves mainly with- a percentage reduction, directed at the salaries of the officers in the Service who form THE MIDDLE DIVISION — that is to say, who are neither the heads of departments or branches, or the poorest paid members of the respective staffs. Of course there will be more dismissals, and some little . reorganisation here and there, but the. principal recommendation, it is understood, will take the form indi cated. The' Commission are believed to flatter themselves that this is a particularly diplomatic course. They are aware from past experience that the officers who are most warmly defended in the House against retrenchment are the highest-paid and those with the smallest salaries. The f...

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

FIVE DOCK MUNICIPAL ELECTION. The election yesterday, of throe aldermen for Five Dock Municipality resulted in the return of Messrs.' W. S. Dowel' (at the head of the poll), J. Loxton, and E. Gh'eBt.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE POISONING CASE THE MOTHER-IN-LAW IN THE WITNESS BOX. Severe Cross-Examination by Mr. Meagher. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

THE POISONING CASE THE MOTHER-IN-LAW IN THE WITNESS BOX. Severe toss-Examination by Mr. Meagher. ACCUSED COMMITTED FOE TPJAL. The alleged wife poisoning episode at North Sydney, which has caused such a sensation in that hitherto quiet suburb, waB concluded yesterday. The evidence previously given described the manner in which the police had obtained the medicine bottles, powders, and other articles that were supposed to contain poison, from tbe residence of accused. Mrs. Dean also gave a lengthy statement, which the bench described as being unsatisfactory so far as consistency was concerned, as to her illness, while the Government Analyst proved the existence of poison (arsenic and stryohnine) in the articles received from the police. Yesterday, a3 on previous occasions, the accommodating capacity of the Court proved, quite inadequate, so great was the interest manifested in tbe case. Mr. Giles, S.M., oc cupied the Bench. Inspector Cotter con ducted the case for the prosecution, and...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SERVICE. POSTAL AND TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

THE SERVICE. *? j POSTAL AND TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT. (By the ' Sunday Times' Commissioner.) The cost to this colony of our Postal and Telegraph Department is; in rbund figures, .£770,000 per year, whilst the income from all sources is .£643,000, leaving an annual deficit of JJ127.000 per year, which has to be made up by indirect taxation. This is & very questionable state of affairs, inas much as taxation is supposed to be levied only for public purposes ; and how making tip an annual deficit caused by the failure of individual citizens using public con veniences to pay for such use can be equitably considered to be a public pur pose, is very hard to see. Either the cost of running the service ahould be reduced to square with the revenue received, or tbe charges should be raised to cover the real cost of the service ; but, in any case, the imposition of taxation to the extent of .£127, 000 a year to cover postal deficiencies is WHOLLY UNJUSTIFIABLE. In common with every other ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SERIOUS MATTER. What MAY HAPPEN TO A YOUNG LADY IN SYDNEY. The Constable and the Baby. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

A SERIOUS MATTER. — ? ? WHAT MAY HAPPEN TO A YOUNG LADY IN SYDNEY. The Constable and tlie Bal)y. We have frequently given instances of what may happen perfectly respectable people in Sydney owing to the stupidity of some members of our generally excel ' lent police force. The desire for promotion appears to be so keen that arrests are occasionally made under circumstances which even the most pronounced officialism — which never admits to outsiders the faults of its servants — could not defend. Such a case occurred in a Sydney suburb during the past week. It appears that THE DEAD BODY of a newly-born infant was found in a suburban street, and near a house. The police made inquiries, but nothing was discovered as to the mother of the child; However, one member of the local section of the force, burning with zeal, and being firmly con vinced that he was a Sherlock Holmes running to seed for lack of opportunities to display his remarkable detective skill, took the case in hand on his ow...

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

THE WEATHER. I SYNOPSIS OP 'WEATHER TELEGRAMS. [ New South Wales. — Cloudy to showery on tho coast ; in other parts of the colony fine and clear. .FORECAST. Obsebvatort, 9 p.m. south wales. — JJunng sunaay ana Monday, light variable winds chiefly from S. to E. ; weather generally fine, except some clearing showers on northern part of the coast. RAINFALL. Rain has fallen in previous 24 hours. New South Wales.— Light to moderate on the coast.

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

THE /CLERGYMAN'S LETTER. The Vicaro/ge, Liverpool, September 17, 1894. Dear M?;. Mayor, — I have to thank you for your coui/'tesy in allowing me to answer the enclosed ' letter at a date which will enable both lettj-er and answer to be read at the same meeting,-. On the date in question notice was receiver a that tour cothns containing remains from fjhe medical school of the University were ho be interred in St. Luke's Cemetery, and arrangements were forthwith made for their/ reception. But owing to their non arriival at the time appointed, and through somie misunderstanding tho arrival before its tinjie of a body from the Asylum, the grave or/iginally intended for one of the coffins from tlve University was filled in. Three, however, were laid side by side in what, when used for tfhe reception of the dead, most people — out of 'reverence, if for no other reason — term a ,/jgrave ; but which, I notice, your correspon ident designates 'a hole;' while the fourth ' was laid by the aide...

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

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Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURYING PAUPERS. "Four in a Hole," and No Marks for Identification, THE LIVERPOOL PROTEST, AND THE RESULT. Full Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

BURYING PAUPERS. 'Fonr in a Hole,' and No Marks for Identification. THE LIVERPOOL PROTEST, AND ? THE RESULT. Fall Correspondence. ? i- We publish below the correspondence that/, has recently taken place in connection witw the burial of paupers at Liverpool. Bury ing paupers ' four in a hole,' and witho/at any method of subsequent identification, hardly seems in accordance with bur boasted high standard of civilisation. '/The allowance for pauper burials appears {jo be inadequate. Our information (apart /from the correspondence) is to the effect fAat of the allowance of 13s per body two sh illings goes as a fee to the gentleman ass ociated with the Church of England as elf kk and organist for registration. This ger itleman, of course, is not blameable in the /matter ; but the question is as to wheifcher the allowance from the amount set / aside for pauper burials is justifiable? /Surely the Church of England does not Require its funds preserved / AT THE EXPENSE OF COMMO L DECENCY in ...

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

J. To COFFILL, ' METROPOLITAN ' HORSE AND CARRIAGE BAZAAR. HEAD DEPOT: 472-82 HARRIS-STREET, ULTIMO. TELEPHONE No. 1160. LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF VEHICLES FOR HIRE IN THE CITY. LANDAUS, BROUGHAMS, FOUR-IN-HAND DRAGS, WAGGONETTES, &a., &c. 'WEDDING CARRIAGES A SPECIALTY. CITY BRANCH: i 37 CASTLEREAGH-STREET, SYDNEY, j TELEPHONE, NO. 1723. c\ H. GEAR SIDE, VJT ? THE CITY CARRIAGE 'WORKS, ULTIMO-ROAD and 56S KING-STREET, NEWTOWN, 1 For Spring, Butchers', Village Carts, and Sulkies: Beat Workmanship and. Lowest Prices. ROBERTSON'S jrs WHISKY. YICKER'S (DISTILLERS TO THE QUEEN) DRY GIN. BEUKER'S SCHNAPPS (COCK BRAND) Gr. EC. M U M M EXTRA DRY CHAMPAGNE. SAJSTDEMAJSTS PORTS AND SHERRIES 'WE RECOMMEND TO CONNOISSEURS THfi ABOVE BRANDS AS BEING THE MOST SUPERIOR. SANDEMAN', Wine and Spirit Merchants, U PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. 00 NOT BE DECEIVED, ? THE BEST St PUREST TEA IS ASK YOUR GROCER TO OBTAIN IT FOR YOU. SOLD in lib CADDIES, 5, 10, and 20ib TINS, also in BULK. We of...

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

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NEWS BY CABLE. A COLLISION BETWEEN BRITISH WARSHIPS. Considerable Damage Done. LONDON, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

NEWS BY CABLE. ? ? « ? A COLLISION BETWEEN BRITISH WARSHIPS. Considerable Damage Bone. ('Sttnday Times' Special Message.) i London, March 23. A collision has occurred off Wei-hai-wei between H.M.S. Centurion, the flagship of the China station, and H.M.S. Alacrity. $oth vessels were considerably damaged.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GRUESOME DISCOVERY. 35 Sacks of Human Bones. LONDON, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

A GRUESOME DISCOVERT. 35 Sacks of Human Bones. i ('Sunday Times' Special Message.) I London, March 23. Thirty-five sacks of human bones have been discovered in the disused cellar of a :ostermonger. Inquiries go to show that the bodies were used for purposes of dissection by medical students, and that they were ac quired surreptitiously.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LORD ROSEBERY'S CONDITION Occasions Grave Anxiety and Political Unrest. LONDON, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

LORD ROSEBERY'S CONDITION Occasions Grave Anxiety and Political Unrest. (' Sunday Times ' Special Wire.) 3 London, March 23. The condition of Lord Eosebery con tinues to cause grave anxiety. It is rumored that the Cabinet is becoming disunited, and political difficulties of a serious characters are impending. The general opinion is that if Lord Eosebery resigns the House will be sent to the country.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAR IN THE EAST. LONDON, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

THE WAR IN THE EAST. 1 (' Sunday Times ' Special Message.) London, March 23. The Japanese are proceeding vigorously with the attack on Formosa.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SIR ROBERT DUFF'S REMAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

I SIR EGBERT DUFFS REMAINS. I It seems that Mr. J ustice Innes did not (offer the use of his burial ground for the I purpose of receiving the remains of Sir 'Robert Duff, the late Governor. The (Prime1 Minister being made aware that ( Ufr. Justice Innes had a piece of ground in yyaveriey uemetery, communicated with him at his country residence, and asked the judge's permission to have the body there inferred temporarily, pending its re moval to- Scotland. To this Mr. Justice Iunea readily consented, but it being now determined that the remains of the de ceased knight are not to be removed from Australia, other arrangements will be made for its final resting-place. No doubt a- section of ground will be secured for the purpose in the WavOrley Cemetery. There, will . bo mors trouble when shearing commences in Queensland— this time the rouoeabouts intend to strike, '

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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