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THE MAYOR WRITES TO THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. November 30.1894. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

THE MAYOR WRITES TO THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. November 30. 1894. To the Hon. J. N. Brunker, Colonial Secro tary. — Sir, — I have the honor to enclose for your perusal the following copies of docu ments : — (a) Latter from M. C. Brown, dated September 17, re asylum interments, (b) Reply of Rev. Mr. Regg, C.E. Clergyman, to tlie same, (c) Letter from Capt. Biden, Churchwarden of St. Luke's, C.E., and one of ma trustees 01 one now puoiiu v^einuLery. (u; Letter addressed to Mr. Green, of the Depart ment of Charitable Institutions. (e) Mr. Green's official reply thereto. I may point out that his reply entirely ignores the ques tions asked, and that it appears to me to be studiously discourteous. The communication referred to matters of importance, which now occupy considerable attention here. I would respectfully point out that a Municipal Counoil is entitled to be treated respectfully, especially when endeavoring faithfully to dis charge an important public duty. May I trespass on your ti...

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THE REPLIES. Chief Secretary's Office, Sydney. December 3,1894. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

THE REPLIES. Chief Secretary's Office, Svdnev. December 3. 1894. Sir, — Re burial of paupers, I will at once ask the Director of Asylums for a report upon your letter of November 30, and the corres pondence attaohod. You will receive a reply after further inquiry. — I am, &c., James N. Brtjne:er. nu:~c o ? r\cc vmei a vjiuue, Sydney, December 31, 1894. Sir, — In reference to your letter of the 30th ultimo, covering copy of certain documents relating to the manner in which the burial of deceased inmates of the Liverpool Asylum iB oonducted, I am directed by the Chief Secretary to inform you that an officer of the department of the Government Asylums was recently instructed to visit Liverpool for the purpose of inquiring into tho system of pauper interments there, and it appears, from his report, that there is no reason to depart from the custom which has prevailed for so many years. — lam, &c., Critchett Walker, Principal Under-Secretary.

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A PROTEST. January 9, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

A PROTEST. January 9.. 1895. To Critchett Walker, Esq., C.M.G., Prin cipal Under-Secretary. — Sir, — I am instructed by the Council to acknowledge your communi cation of the Slst ultimo, re pauper interments at Liverpool, and to point out that it com pletely ignores certain statements contained in the correspondence forwarded to the Colonial Secretary. This. Council holds that lb la UitSUUU/Ly illy u- puunu UUby IIJUUIUUUUU UI1 it in calling attention to the existing state of things. Surely the Government cannot moan that the interment of four coffins in one grave, and the leaving of a coffin, containing the remains of a human being, if only a pauper, in the burial ground without any authorised person to Bee to its proper disposal, a satis factory state of affairs, or that no remedy for such is needed ? This question is a public one, which this Council is bound to deal with, and has not been taken in hand by it without due consideration. — I am &c., Charles A. Scrivener, May...

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A LAST REQUEST. February 4. 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

A LAST REQUEST. February 4. 1895. Hon. J. N. Brunker, M.L.A., Colonial Secretary. — Sir, — .-On the 9th ultimo this Council made an application for tbe report Of the Department of Charitable Institutions re pauper burials, promised by you to Mr. V. Parke3 and myself. No reply has yet been received. Will you please order a copy of it to be forwarded to this Council as early as possible. — I am, &o., Charles A. Scrivener, Mayor. And there the correspondence terminates. A series of complaints against medical officers of various gaols has been made to the Minister for Justice by Mr. Hadfield, one of the bank panic prisoners recently xeleased. The charges are serious, and aver that Mr. Hadfield became utterly wrecked in health owing to the treatment meted out to him. Some firms in America spend annually great sums on pictures outside cigarette packets. One firm paid out .£80,000 to the lithographers in a single recent year for artistic work. Another spent £90,000, while other fir...

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OUR TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

OUR TELEPHONE. ¥ ILJ Hello, Exchange ; switch us on to the cable, and give us tho Secretary for the Colonies ! Is that all ! There you are. Hello, who is calling me from the Antipodes P Sydney Sunday Times wants to know who you are going to send us for Governor ? Well, as a matter of fact, it's not quite settled yet. I have several nice young men, but ono thing we should like to know is what your colony is willing to pay ? We are not likely to go beyond five thou., and we shall expect a good man for the money. * Yes, just so ; but. you see, good Governors are scarce — and Peers in particular run high— I might manage a Baronet at the price. Oh, don't worry — what we want is a tnan; the rank is but the guinea stamp, you know. A little money would not be objected to, but brains aro indispensable. But I thought you wanted some one to plaiy off against Lord Brassey in Victoria ? Ah, you musn't believe everything the Lon don papers say ; they are not altogether safe guides ou Australian t...

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THE CITY MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

THE CITY MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. Mr. Geo. Crowley, the manager of the above society, writes us aB follows : — ' Sir,— You will be pleased to hear that the actuarial investigation of the affairs of this society for the three years ending December 31 last has, I am advised by cable from the actuary, Mr. P. Sievwright, F.F.A., Dunedin, resulted in the position of the society being shown to be solid and prosperous. The investigation was of a very stringent nature, which makes the announcement the more welcome. We pro pose after this to divide profits annually. The copy of cable will be found in your special advertising columns.' Mr. Crowley and his directors are to be congratulated upon the results of their management. Pearl Bat, Middle Harbor. — Boats to let. Splendid opening for boat-building^ and letting at Pearl Uay Pleasure Grounds. Commodious dwelling-house, convenient to tram, Manly 'bus, and electric tram within a few minutes' walk of this favorite spot. Within easy reach...

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OXENHAM'S CONSULTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

OXENHAM'S CONSULTATIONS. The prize-winners in Oxeuham's Consulta - tion on Tattersall's Club Handicap, which closed with 5000 subscribers at 2s 6d, are : — First prize. Babel, .£125, George Cooper, .- Brisbane, Queensland; second prize, Young Buckthorpe, .£75, J. O'Donnell, c.o. Sturgeon, ? Mossman-street, Charters Towers, Queens land; third prize, Bobadil, .£37 10s, J. R. Willing, Marrickville - road Marrickville, Sydney.

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THE WORLD OF Sport STARTING PRICES OF YESTERDAY'S WINNERS. AT ROSEHILL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

[?] STARTING PRICES OF YESTERDAY'S WINNERS. AT ROSEHILL. Regina, 3 to 1 against. ^Highborn II., 6 to 4 against, f.; Troilns, 6 to 1 against. {-: Baldwin, even money. Loch Leigb, 2 to 1 against. A Lucia, 10 to 1 against. ? \ AT FLEMING TO IT. b The Patisienne, 8 'to 1 against, L Kangaroo II., 6 to 1 against, jv Cobbitty, 10 to 1 against. I' Plat Iron, 10 to 1 against. ?' Fragment, 10 to 1 against. i ' The Indian, 10 to 1 against. , N on-acceptancefor the Hawkesbury Autumn 'Handicap must be declared by 4 p.m. to Tnivm-rkTtr / MVirtrln rr\ Mr. James Wilson has arrived in Sydney to supervise the preparation of Quiver ifor her A.J.C. engagements. Entries for the Time Handicap Trot at the Agricultural Society's Show close ou Tuesday, April 2. Rosebery Park will hold a pony meeting on Tuesday next, and 51 entries have been re ceived for the five events. The famous New Zealand professional walker, T. W. Leslie, arrived in the Anglian yesterday from Auckland. For comfort and good living comm...

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THE LAW COURTS. MONDAY, MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 March 1895

THE LAW COURTS. Monday, March 25. Cause List. — No. 1 Jury Court : Cooper v Garrard, Lucas v Glynn, Cox v Pholerox, Jewell v North China Insurance Company, Limited , samev same, same v Bame, same v same, same v same, same v same, same v same. No. 2 Jury Court : Fisher and others V O'Brien (part heard), Patterson v Borough of Woollahra (part heard), A.J.S. Bank, Limited. V. Wall. Nelson v North Queensland Insurance Co., Limited, Faithfull v Hawkins. No. 3 Jury Court : Goodfellow v Hicks, Normoylo v Reid, Lahiff v Sydney Meat Pre serving Co., Limited, Jamieson v Barringer, Boar v Anderson. In Equity (before his Honor the Chief Judge). — At 12 : Ellison v King (part heard). In Bankruptcy.— (Before tho Judge.) At 11 : In re John Black, the Official Assigneo v Jessie A. Black, motion under seo. 130, for judgment. In re William Charles Browne the Official Assignee v Thomas Harvey Browne and Arthur David Browne, motion under sec. 130 (part heard). In re John Black, the Official Assignee v ...

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PUBLIC SCHOOLS' COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

PUBLIC SCHOOLS' COMPETITION. The final match was plaved on the Agricultural Society's Ground ou Friday, between Woollahra and Crown-street Superior Public Schools. Crown street have been premiers for the past seven years, but have at hist succumbed to the very even team which Woollahra has gradually acquired. The match was played in the presence of a large crowd 01 schoolboys, who took a lively interest in every stroke. The scores were : Crown-street 4S and 21 (Trumper 16) and Woollahra 58 and three for 12 (Howard 21, Pivnaudo 12), Woollahra thus winning by seven wickets. Trumper and Deane bowled for Crown-street, Howard and Cheesman for Woollahra. Waterloo Excelsior beat Redfern Alberts by 32 runs. Waterloo Excelsior 77, Redfern Alberts 35. J. Redpath made 10, C. Prowse 19, and J. Hoare 12 for the winners, and Sullivan batted best for losers. E. Dibley five for 15 and G. Dibley five for 16 bowled best for Waterloo Excelsior. Cliford defeated Melrose by 67 runs. Stedman Imperial B a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

J. H. WHITE (MEMBKIt CP TATTER'^ LL'S), 29 ROWE-STREET (Side of Australia Hotel). COMMISSIONS EXECUTED ON ALL WaCKHSILY ©RUBLES, STEAIGHT-OUT BOOKS ON ALL WEEKLY EVENTS. ALSO on DONCASTER HANDICAP and SYD NEY CUP. BdDttJBLE: . DONCASTER HANDICAP and SYDNEY CUP 500 to 1. ? ?

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THE KERR SHIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

THE KERR SHIELD. BottouGH Final Won ey Annandale. Annandale and Marrickville resumed their match yesterday afternoon on the Agricultural Grouiid. The former, who had lost six wickets for 42, increased their total to Jo. Williams making 16 not out, andG. Wells 11. Sparkes seven for 25, bowled splendidly for Marrickville. Mar started well in their second innines, the game at one time standing five wickets for 53, but P. Howe securing four of the remaining batsmen at a cost of 1 run, the innings closed for 61. A. French 21, Sparkes lo, and F. Moore 10 batted well. Annandale won by S4 runs. ANNANDALE. First Innings ? ? ... 78 I Seaond Iunings. P. Howe, c Weston, b Dibley ? 10 I Broad, lbw, b Sparked ? ... 5 Campbell, b Phillips ... ... ... 1 G. Wells, b Sparkes ? ? ... 11 W. Howe, c F. Moore, b Sparkes ... 2 Thompson, b Sparkes ? 5 . S. Abrahams, c and b Sparkes ... ... 4 J. Williams, not out ? 16 S. Wells, b 'J. Moore ? 6 Parsons, st Wales, b Sparkes ? 0 Sundries ? 16 Total ? 76 G. Spa...

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GARDINER CUP. FINAL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

GARDINER CUP. Final Match. Alcock Bros, and Lark, Sons and Co., Limited, commenced the final match yesterday at Norwood Park. Scores: Alcock Bros. 100 (including handi- cap of 15), E. Goodsell 21, A. Muhs 17, Duhlop 13, A. Alcock 11. Lark, Sous and Co., one wioket for 31, W. Hougliton 23 not out, A. W, TurnerS not out. For L.S. and Co. Barnett obtained four for 21, E. E. Brooks two for 19, W. Galloway two for 22, and H. A. Simpson one for 17. For Alcock Bros. Colbran and Foley bowled well.

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SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON. The boats of the Squadron had a good blow to test their abilities in yostorday. The ninth event was sailed over the triangular course for the usual prizes of .£12, £5, and £3. First Heat. — The entries and skippers were xoung Jiarry, u«t (tt. if., rarrett), Ofcmm; Sidney Pearce, 24ft (H. Pearce), OJmiu ; Willia, 24ft {ti: Messenger), ljmin; Secret, 22ft (T. Laugford), 2min ; Our Own, 24ft (H. Laugford), 2$min ; Kjina nook, 26ft (Mark Foy), and Viotnp, 20ft (G. Holmes), sen.), 3min; Ariel, 18ft (J. Cronin), 3|inin; Cygnet, l&ft (F. Pontey), 4^min; White Wave, IStt (H. C. Pritehard), 4imin. Ariel and White Wave were the only non-starters, the latter capsized prior to the start. All got away in accordance with their times with the exception of Willia, whioh ran foul of the starter's boat, but was not detained many seconds through the mishap. Just before reaching the i'aylor Bay flag-mark Our Own forged ahead of Victor aud liananook. The order of rounding...

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ROYAL SYDNEY YACHT SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

ROYAL SYDNEY YACHT SQUADRON. The R.S.Y.S. Race for All Yachts was brought off yesterday afternoon over the Manly courne for prizita of JJ10, i!5, and .£3. The entries were very numerous, including Iduna, Mr. \V. M. Cameron, scratch ; Electra, Mr. H. L. Thompsou, 7min; Iolanthe, Mr. W. M. Maclardv, 9min ; Isea, Dr. Milford, llmin: Assegai, Mr. P. H. Sullivan, ISruiii; Athsona, Mr. A. It. Marks, 'Ornin; Bronzewing, Mr.-H. M. Cockahott, 21min; Bulbul. Mr. F. Woolcott-Waley, 25tniu: and Lahloo, Mr. W. H. Murrell, 32min. The wind blew fresh from nou' -sou' -east, but all the boatB faced the starter, the two big yawls sportiug jib-headers, while the others had their topmasts housed, Iolanthe and Lahloo being reefed down. The start was au excellent one, the order being Iduna, Bronzewing, EJectra, Ise. , Bulbul, and Io lanthe all in a bunch. .Assegai appeared to be in trouble with her throat-halliards, and had her mainsail down when the flag fell, but she was soon in pursuit, while Lahloo a...

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THE WORLD OF SPORT CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6. SAILING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

THE WORLD OF SPORT CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6. SAILING. (By ' Weathee-Ete.') A Bailing breeze, my boys, which created a goad foam track behind the counter, ruled yesterday afternoon. I There was one capsize in the sailing raoes. The Ida went over nearing Shark Island buoy in the second heat of the race of the Sydney Flying Squadron Club, Her crew had a wet time of it. Tho Lady Manning went to the rescue, but several of the crew stuck by the boat, and by the time they, with their over turned boat, reached Clark Island it would have taken much Dawson to fix them up in anything like warmth. Who does not remember Bill Goldsmith, of La Perouse? What an untimely death for the old chap ! Boatman, fisherman, sailing master, swimmer, anything on, or in, the water, aud yot a victim on a fairly calm night only a few hundred yards from the shore to the hunger of the sea. A good man ? gone before is Bill, and tho^memory of him will rest long with a number of Sydneyites to' whom Botany Bay is within t...

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POLICE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

POLICE COURTS. Striking a Detective. — A man named Daniel Rotors appeared at the Central Folic; Court yesterday on a charge of having struck Detective Keatiiute. Defendant, who ap peared to be sufferiug remorse, admitted the assault, and explained that he . was afraid of the detective, whose identity he was unaware of at the time. Mr. Giles, S.M., considered that the detective had bean damaged to the extent of 40s. and fiued Rogers that amount, with an alternative of 21 days. A Serious Charge.— At the Central Police Court yesterday, George Jackson was charged with having criminally assaulted a married woman named Ada Egan, at Surry Hills, on March 20. The case was commenced the previous day, and at yesterday's hearintr medical evidence was adduced in support; of the charge. The accused reserved his defence, and was committed for trial to the Criminal Court at Darlinghurst. B^il was refused. It is not: Had by an advertisement on page 7 of this issue that the entire stock of ladies', ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

WINTER NOVELTIES. ABE WHAT TOU WANT NOW. OSBORNE -AJsTX) CO.'S STOCK throughout is comprised entirely of NEW GOODS for the coming season in the leading features of Fashion. KINDLY NOTE OUll SPECIALTIES. MAPLES, JACKETS, CAPES | UMBRELLAS. LACES, GLOVES BLOUSf.S, SKIRTS, COSTUMES DRESS MATERIALS, SILKS, VELVETS jQXiLINERY, CORSETS, FrlATHER BOAS | HAIR AND FRINGE NETS, all Sizes, & c. BEST VALUE IN THE CITY. 57 OXFORD-STREET (New Buhdings), OPPOSITE OXFORD SQUARE. FREE INFORMATION. * ' FOE READERS OF 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 responsible for the opinions expressed. INFORMATION COUPON. M%£31 Sunday Times, ^.bo. This mast be cnt out and forwarded with any question. NOTICE. The barrister who has heretofore supplied our readers with free legal advice having had to dis continue, owing to his professional duties claiming nil his time and attention, we have...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

pRnct»T?nTTT-s m? tttw NEW SOUTH WALES DISTILLERY COMPANY (LIMITED). To be Incorporated under the Companies Acts, 1874 and 188(5, wliereby the liability of the Shareholder* -s limited to the amount of their shares. CAPITAL : £50,000 IN 50,000 SHARES OP £1 EACH. The Shares are now offered for subscription as follows : — 2s on Application; 2s on Allotment; Calls of not more than 2s per Share at intervals of not less than three months, if required, but it is fully anticipated that not more than 6s per share will be called up. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS : THOMAS SAYWELL, Esq., Merchant, Sydney. THOMAS BARLOW, Esq., Merchant, Sydney. ! 'W.M. M. ARNOLD. Esq., Member of theSydney Stock Exchange. CAPTAIN BENNETT, Roseville, North Sydney. JAMES MOUNTFORD, Esq., Retired English Merchant (now of Manly); BANKERS: UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA, Limited, George and King Streets Branch; SOLICITOR: 21. J. BROWN, Esq., 44 Elizabeth-street, Sydney. * 1 ENGINEER : FRANZ VOLK, Marion-street, Leichhardt. SECRETARY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

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