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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
PERSONAL. Lady Duff's health is gradually im proving. Ibsen, is of German and Scandinavian ancestry, intermixed with Scotch. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Toohey left for Eng land in the R.M.S. Ophir yesterday. Sir George Dibbs and Sir Henry Pnrkes have not spoken to each other for three years. The Socialists intimate that they are making arrangements to give Mr. Michael Davitt a suitable reception. Mr. W. E. Pennyman, exprivatesecre tary to the late Sir Robert Duff, is now on his way to England, per the P. and O. Parramatta. ' I have too vivid a recollection of the way Sir Henry treats his friends to wish to have any connection with him.' — Six* George Dibbs on Sir Henry Parkes. We (London paper) understand that Mr. Phil May has just been invited to his first dinner at the table of Punch, which means that he has become a regular member of the staff. Westeen Post, Mudgee, is soliciting contributions for the support of one John Alden, stated to be 105 years of age, in order to prevent the old m...
HALL CAINES TWO VISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
HALL CAINE'S TWO VISIONS. Readeks who remember Philip being haunted by himself in 'The Manxman' will be interested to learn that the incident is founded on actual fact twice repeated. A good many years ago, when Mr. Hall Caine had not long been in London, and was living iu Clement's Inn, he went to a T»1ar»a ir» TTrilhrirn Tin f. -fn/r fmm raJ-iora f-.Vir* First Avenue Hotel now stands. There he saw his own reflection, as it wore, advancing towards him. Ho did not overwork in those days, and was not in any way in a nervous condition, so he took it for granted that he was walking towards a looking glass, but on examining the wall he found that there was neither a mirror nor any other kind of surface capable of reflecting. The second time it happened he was living at Keswick, in a lonely house on the slopes of Skiddaw. He was then working very hard, and used to sit up late after the rest of the household had gone to bed. One night he looked up from his writing and saw on the sofa — on...
BY THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
BY TEE WAY. Politicians are now beginning to agitate themselves about', the next Governor, and what he ought to be paid. It is already proposed to reduce the screw to the miserable pittance of .£5000 a year, or rather less than a hundred a week. Thia is all very well, but we ought to make sure nrst wnetner tnere is not; a gover nor's Trade Union in existence, and if the above sum is not under the minimum wage for a working Governor that under stands his business. In any event it might, of course, be possible to get a black leg Governor to come and take the job for less money, but then we don't want to have to call out the police, and the military, and the fire brigades to protect the windows of Government House from being bombarded by a mob of infuriated unionist Governors, or perhaps to pro tect Mr. Schey or Mr. O'Snllivan or Mr. Rose from the attacks of a contingent of lords and dukes detailed for picket duty. In any event, if the wages are to be reduced we may expect that future ...
COAL TROUBLES. Newcastle Harbor Full of Shipping. NEWCASTLE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
COAL TROUBLES. Newcastle Harbor Full of Shipping. ('Sunday Times' Message.) Newcastle, Saturday Night. A. humor is ourront to-day that the manage ment o£ the Sea Pit colliery have about 30 men employed making: room for 500 workmen, bh it is contemplated to work three shifts of eight hours, in anticipation of other oollieries closing down. Those who are to be employed will contribute a percentage of their earnings to those out of employment. The harbor is looking np at present. So many vessels have not been seen here for some ^ime.
HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
HERE AND THERE. [Coal strike pending at Zigzag Mine. Three cases of leprosy in one week in Queensland. A second article on our fire fighters will appear next week. Is a railway guard's work as dangerous and important as an engine-driver's ? Two men at Barraba last week took 70oz of gold out of- a hole in an hour. During the past week 159 men have been assisted into the country as fossickers for gold. The revenue of West Australia is £ 100,000 a month — just double what it was two years ago. Mr. Russell's forecast for to-day : — Weather generally fine, with light variable winds from S: to E. Fisheries Commission at Gosford yester day, and at Tuggerah Lakes in the evening, taking evidence of fishermen. Professional fishermen not only take undersized fish from Sydney Harbor, but spoil the breeding grounds with their nets. They fine people in Adelaide for offering for sale fruit infested with codlin moth. That might be done here with advantage to the consumer. If the police peppered a f...
A PLEA FOR REPUBLICS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
A PLEA FOR REPUBLICS. The great standard and the only -true basis of value throughout tbe world with all nations is Labor. Froasard's Cavour Cigars are a striking instance of the fact we allude to, for loyal labor has originated their good value, in which lios the secret of their success and universal popularity, v Frossard's Cavour Cigars are mild, fragrant, and givo pleasure to all, while the cost of a packet of 8 being only Is puts them within range of all. They are smoked by the mil lions; they are a genuine democratic article, criminating from a Republican country.*
RACING AT ROSEHILL. Troilus the Cup Winner. Regina to the Fore—The Two-year-olds Shape Well—Loch Leigh Shows Form. Lucia and Baldwin. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
RACING AT ROSEHILL. Tioilus the Cup Winner. Regina to\ the Fore— The Two-year-olds Shape Well— Loch Leigh Shows Form. Lucia and Baldwin. Beautiful weather favored the second day of the Rosehill Autumn Meeting yesterday, and a large crowd journeyed to the club's favorite convincing-groniid. Both reserves were well patronised, and there was ample evidence that the Rosehill Cup was a draw. The arrange ments for conveyance of visitors by rail were perfect, and there was not a fault to be found with the Arrangements carried out by Mr. P. O'Mara and his staff f oar conducting the day's sport successfully, whilst the catering was particularly well attended to. Rosehill never looked better^ and the racing track was in very fast condition. Backers wore pretty successful in anticipating results, and although the Cup winner was, riot a well-known metro politan performer, he was well supported on the strength of several good gallops at Rand wick. There was a rather general opinion that Plain Bi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
AARON'S EXCHANGE HOTEL CO. (LIMITED), . GRESHAM-:STREET, SYDNEY. Extensive Improvements have been effected in the Culinary Department and Table Appointments of the Hotel, and the Tariff has been revised and Reduced. The Hotel Accommodation is of the most comfortable character, and Rooms may be engaged by the week on very easy terms with or without Board. Only the very BeBfc Wines, Spirits, and Provisions are kept. W. W. AIKEN, Manager.
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
KIFIiE SHOOTING. A triangular rifle match took place yesterday afternoon at the Randwick range between the Sydney Police R.C., the Volunteer Artillery B.C., and the St. Leonards Civilian R.C. The Police Club won the match with the exceptionally good score of 533, the individual members scorinfr as follows: — Senior-3ergeant Abercrombie 41, Sergeant Sawtell53, Senior-oonstable M'Govern 52, -Senior- constable Plunkett 47, Constable M'Kenzie 59, Constable Buzzacott 62, Constable Maze 53, Con stable Blair 58, Constable M' Arthur 5S, Constable Scott 50 ; the total being 533. The V.A. scored 498, and the St. Leonards Civilians 430.
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
FOOTBALL. (By 'The Cynic.') It is probable that the Randwick and Carlton (Newcastle) teams will opeu foe season with a tussle iu May. \ These clubs are the premiers' of the metro polis and Northern districts respectively. 'The gate receipts at the iiugby Union ground, Newcastle, last year were .£563 16s 3d. The annual meeting of the Northern Branch of the Rugby Union will b-3 held ini'Newcastle on Saturday next. v. The old Wentworth Club is re-forming with the intention of competing for the senior pre miership. -. The Parramatta forward, A. G. Fr^ser, has joined the Randwick Club. Cockcroft, who was a member of the last N.Z. team in this colony, and Whiteside are both in Sydney. Mr. P. M. Lane, captain of Wallaroo, was presented at the annual meeting with a group photograph of the team. The Association Cup, now being held by Randwick, has been presented to Mr. Richaixls, the president of the club. Should Randwick win the Cup this winter it will become tlie club's absolute property. ...
THE ONKAPARINGA MEETING. ADELAIDE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
THE 0i\TKAML\TGA MEETING. (BY WIRE — FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Adelaide, Saturday Night. The betting is fairly brisk over the Onkaparinga Meeting. Dondi receired further support for the Great Eastern Steeplechase, and now figures with The Actress at 100 to IS, The latest prices are : — Onkaparinga Hurdles: .6 to 1 v Associate and A,-cl«ir ll/n-fi 1(1 Bill S4Vn„^„o inn 8 Kingsclerc, Minstrel 100 to 7 Diavolo, 100 to 5 Jack Sprat and Bingara' Great Eastern Steeplechase : 100 to 12 v The Actress aud Dondi, 100 to 10 Elfie, Alice, and Sneaker, 100 to 8 Waterloo, 100 to 8 Sardine, 100 to 7 Balloro and Strike, 100 to£ Tayforth. Sneaker arrived yesterday in good condition.
LILLIE BRIDGE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
LILLIE BRIDGE .RACES. There was a very good attendance at Lillie Bridge last night, when the first round of the Novice Han dicap and two pony races were run. Following are We results : — ? 75yds NOVICE HANDICAP (First Round), Meat Winners. — P. Crombie 125yds, 14. W. Ciii;isty 11yds, E. Braith 10yds, J. Winters 8£yds, J. \y. Moroney 12&yds, Kenaly 11yds, J. Abbott ISyils, P. W. Quiulan 104yds, S. M'Lennon lliyds. 'PV!T.I.?T-UYIWP tflHIITPltl llol ioo. 4 furlongs. Mr. U'. G. M'Donald's Florrie, Sst (Milne) ... 1 Otlor starter : Jacobin 9st 61b. Betting : 2 to 1 on Fto.rrie, 2 to 1 v Jacobin. Won by a length. clitb Handicap (13.3 to 14.0) — 5 furlongs* Miss Fitzgerald's Winnie, lOst (Ryan) ? 1 Other starters : Alicia list 21b, Twinkle 8st 51b, True 8st 41b, Edith 7st 61b. Betting : Even money Alicia, 3 to lv Wiunie or Twinkle, 5 to 1 others. Won by a head from Alicia. The following weights and classifications of heats have been declared for the Lillie Bridge Pony Handicap, of ...
A NEW CEMETERY TRUSTEE. Liverpool, October 30, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
A NEW CEMETERY TRUSTEE. Liverpool, Ootober 30, 1894. The Mayor and Aldermen,— Sirs, — As a private citizen I have been struck with sur prise at the constant interment in the ceme teries within- the town boundaries, in ground, .too, much of which has been previously used for the reception of the deed. The Govern* . a ment haff.recently dedioated a- large portion ' ^ of land- without the town boundaries, but, /(! within reasonable walking of the centre of ;? population. This has been suitably fenced .' and apportioned to the several denominations , and for which separate trustees have.been ap/ pointed. By-laws have been prepared, and in tb case of the Church of England portion, approvi ?. and gazetted. But it seems to me that int( ir ment will continue within a few yards of c-iur homes if measures are not taken by tho Council to close tho existing graveyards r js a safeguard to the publio health and py'Mio decency. I do not write in view of the. fact that' I am one of the recently app...
THE MAYOR FORMULATES THE COMPLAINTS. November [?] 1894 [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
THE MAYOR FORMULATES ' THE COMPLAINTS. 'November Vi7 1S94. A. W. Green, Esq., Department ,'of Chari table Institutions — Dear Sir, — Mr. Biden, one of the trustees of tho new cemetery ,r informed me that he called at the Colonial (Secretary's offioe recently to ascertain what , fees 'wore allowed for the burial of the. inn jates of the asylum. The officer he saw, whyfjse name he uues uui- rtjuiuiiiuer, ueiuio uiibwwi liim Lbio phoned to you. The reply wasi ;hat as far as you remembered — you had not f ihe papors be fore you, and so could hot SDea ,k positively — that 13s was the amount, 2a of which was allowed for registration. Thi' s, after deduct ing Gs. the surplus fee only le/ i.t 5s for digging a 5ft grave aud the mainteuan' iio of the ground — certainly an insufficient sur a. You also in formed him that your impi session was that when the £ 50 annual allowa- jce was made the foes wero reduced from £ 1 to 13s, the iJ50 per annum being sr ipposed to cover all clerical duties in ...
BUT GETS NO SATISFACTION. Department of Charitable Institutions, Government Asylum Branch, Sydney. November 28, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895
B ET GETS NO SATISFACTION. Department of Charitable Institutions, / Government Asylum Branch, Syd / nev. November 28. 1894. To I tbe Mayor of Liverpool. — Sir, — I am in stru/cted by tho Director of Government AsWjums and Boarding-out Officer to inform yor L in reply to your letter of the 17th irist., rel/nting to interments from the Liverpool A- iylum, and upon the report of the asylum o'tficials, and after due inquiry, the Director d/oes not see his way clear to recommend any ' departure from the custom, which appears to /have operated satisfactorily for so many years, j— A. W. Green, Secretary.