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ORIENTAL HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

ORIENTAL HONOR. The episode of the attack on the Chinese peace envoy, Li Hung Chang, by -a Japanese fanatic, and the manner in which it has been Regarded both by its victim and by the Japanese themselves, offer a re markable gauge of the progress of modern I ideas amongst these Eastern peoples. A ! few years ago such an incident would have been thought the most natural thing in the world ;to occur in an Oriental com munity, if we can indeed imagine a representative of one such nation trusting himself to the tender mercies of another with whom his country was at war. Now, however, it appears to have been done without the slightest hesitation, and when the treacherous attack is made, the venerable Chinese Ambassador at once acquits the Japanese authorities of any complicity iu the crime by magnanimously declaring that every public man is liable to such a. calamity. On the other hand, the Mikado and the Japanese Parliament hasten to disclaim the deed. The criminal' is as-rested and tea...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRENTICE PROSECUTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

'PRENTICE PROSECUTORS. Amongst the list of barristers appointed to be Crown Prosecutors at approaching Circuit Court are the names of several gentlemen, certainly not yet in the front rank of their profession, and whose fbrensic attainments,. so far as the public are con cerned, are very much of an unknown quantity. - Of course it is possible thab some or all of these legal lights may be embryonic Lycurguses, only awaiting a favorable opportunity of dazzling the country with the brilliancy of their talent and the depth of their legal knowledge, bub it seems somewhat strange that they should have been selected for such an im portant duty as conducting prosecutions for the Crown without some more general knowledge of their capabilities. Were we living in some countries it would probably be suggested that these fortunate young men had influential family connections, or either themselves or their relatives were sup porters of the Government of the day, but as no such thing ever happens ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND COMMENTS. COMPULSORY ARBITRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

v NOTES AND COMMENTS. COMPULSORY ARBITRATION. There can be little doubt that the Conci liation and Arbitration Act Amendment Bill is a well-inteutioiied measure. Theo retically, of course, nothing could be more desirable than to settle any trade disputes by arbitration or conciliation, yet it is questionable if the Bill does not go con siderably beyond the scope of what may fairly be included in these terms. One of the most objectionable features of the Bill is the inquisitorial inspection of books and documents for which it provides, and which would certainly be capable of great abuse. There doesnot appear to be any reason wli j all facts relevant to an industrial dispute could not be decided without any such compul sory disclosure of private business, and it will certainly be necessary to considerably modify this section in order to bring it into accord with a sense of right and jus tice. It is all very well to argue, as the Postmaster-General did, that an employer who was doing w...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CENTRAL CUMBERLAND v. WAVERLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

CENTRAL CUMBERLAND v. WAVERLEY. Tho cricketors of Central Cumberland had quite a long trip yesterday, having to journey to the Waverley Oval. They were rewarded with a nice ofternoou'a fieldiug in the fresh sea air. The local batsmen started most auspiciously, Ironside aiyl Hoskings running up 51 for tlie first wicket, each playing iu capital style. The wickets then com menced to fall rapidly, the score standing at 77 wlieu the fifth batsman retired. A speedy end to the innings seemed impeuding, but some resolute batting by Trickett, who was assisted by M'Elhone, put an improved complexion on things. The last wicket fell at about 5.40, Trickett, who had made 67 in splendid style, being taken at the wickets by Loveridge. Tho young Waverley cricketer made a large number of boundary strokes. Pye, with three for 47, wrs the most successful bowler. Wilson, who took two for 43, bowied very well, and perhaps in sufficient use was made of Thorpe. . The fielding of O'Heilly and Loveridge was...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NORTH SYDNEY v. LEICHHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

NORTH SYDNEY v. LEICHHAEDT. The cricketers of North Sydney visited Leich hardt to meet the local eleven. Batting first, tha latter compiled 137 runs, A. Furness making 62. Whaley, five for 51, and Bercery, three for 36, pecuind the wickets. North Syduey have made 74 without losing a wicket — F. Wade 34 and H. Dean 36. Scores : — LEICHHARDT— First Inning9. J. Storey, c Whcatley, b Bercery ... 4 F. Holt, c Donegliue, b Whaley ? 0 J. Meaney, b Deane ? 27 A. Furness, c Harpham, b Bercery ... 62 H. J. Norris, c Harpham, b Deaiie ... 17 E. O'Brien, b Bercery ? 10 A. Meaney, c Wheatley, b Whaley ... 5 E. Preston, c Wheatley, b Whaley ... 0 W. Jones, not out ? ? 1 J. Cropley, c and b Whaley ? 8 T. Couuell, b Whaley ? 0 Sundries ? ? ... 3 Total ? 137 Bowling Analysis. o. k e. w. Whaley ... ... ... 21.1 7 51 5 Bercery ? ? ? ? 12 1 36 3 Wheatley ... ? 6 0 14 .0 F. Wade ? 5 1 10 0 Deane ? 8 0 23 2 NORTH SYDNEY. F. Wnde, not out ... ? 34 H. Deane, not out ? ? 36 Sundries ... ... ? ? 4 No wickets...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

AARON'S EXCHANGE HOTEL CO. j (MUITES), ? ; G-RESH AM-STREET, SYDNEY. Extensive Improvements have been effected in the Culinary Department and Table Appointments of the Hotel, and the Tariff has been revised and EoJuced, The Hotel Accommodation ia of the most comfortable character, and Booms may be engaged by the week on very eaBy terms with or without Board. Only the very Best Wines, Spirits, and Provisions are kept. W. W. AIKEN, Manager.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. PADDINGTON v. REDFERN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

CRICKET. PADDINGTON v. EEDFEEN. The oval at Redfern was the Bcene of the Pad dington-Iiediern match. A fair attendance of spectators was noted, but there was little in the cricket shown by the local players to call forth applause. Gointr in first, the Redfern eleven batted very tamely. The seventh wicket fell at 43, and the innings ended at 4.30 for 78 ruus. M. A. Noble baf^ed live for 31, E. Ho^an four for 33*. v. a strong wind, and under the circumstances did well. Hogan, however, caused the batsmen more uneasinoss, aud had the misfortune to see a couple of chances dropped. The Paddington fielding was very fair. The wicket did not play as well as expected, but the batsmen made it appear worse than it really was by their inert display. Paddington have lost three wickets for 58. R. lire water contributed 22 A. C. Bannerman 13 and M. A. Noble 12 not out! Mackenzie was run out for a single. Scores : ? REDFERN. W. Watts, b Hogan ? 5 J. Wilson, b Noble ? A. H, Gregory, c Macnamara, b Ho...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EAST SYDNEY v. GLEBE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

EAST SYDNEY v. GLEBE. The meeting of these rivals at Went worth Park is always an attraction, hence the people turned out in lar^o numbers yesterday. The local band played selections of music while the East Sjdney batsmen were quickly proceeding to and from the wickets in the early part of the afternoon. The spectators were greatly pleased at the combination of the music and the procession of East Sydney batsmen, six of whom were out at 61, Then a turn in the tide took place, the tail batting up in fine style. East Sydney were deprived of the valuable services of their captain, C. A. Richardson, who was suffering from an injury to one of his legs sustained whilst bathing recently. G. Pitt made 44 in very vigorous style, and W. Richardson con tributed SO, E. Fitzgerald 2.'!, Ransliaw 20 ; tho others scoring as follow : J. Gould 6, C. Turner 0, Hinehey S, F. Burton 5, H. Robinsou 6, J. Parfitt 8 not out, and M. Shea 0. 'J'he Glebe fielding in general was patchy, but that of Cobcroft w...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNIVERSITY v CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

UNIVERSITY v CANTERBURY. This match was commenced on the University Oval yesterday afternoon. The University captain, T. W. Garrett, winning the toss, went to the wickets. Garrett and Terry commenced, and were not separated until 131 runs had been registered. 1 Garrett played a magnificent innings for 92, and had the misfortune to be caught at the wickets when the century seemed secure. Terry made 42, Colreavy 16, and Clarko 20 not out, each of whom batted well. Tho iunings closed for 217 runs. Can terbury then went to the wickets, and at the call of time had lost two wicKets for IS, so that the 'Var sity have a good chance of securing a victory. UNIVERSITY— First Innings. T. W. Garrett, c Brown, b Barbour ... 92 H. Terry, b Robison ? 42 R. S. Vallack, c Brown, b Robison ... 9 A. Crawley, b Barbour ? 1 C. Delohery, st Brown, b Barbour ... 8 B. Colreavy, b Sheridan ... ... ... 16 G. Barbour, b Gelding ... ? 8 Harris, run out ... ? ? ;.. 2 Dight, c aud b Sheridan ? 11 G. Clarke, not o...

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

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

LADIES ! 0Uf? ANNUAL SALE IS iOW m ONE TISIT WILL MORE THAN REPAY TOU. GKElSTTTIlSrE DEDUCTIONS IIST EVERT DEI--AJaT3ME3SrT, FOE INSTANCE, LADIES' WHITE UNMEItSKIRTS, Deep Lace Frills, from Is 9d to 4s lid. A Grand Show of UNDERCLOTHING- Equally Cheap. CORSETS— ' THE CLARENCE,' reduced to 2s 6 id; usual price, 3s lid. ' LA BELLE,' in Black and Colors, reduced to 2s ll^d; usual price, 43 lid 'THE NELLIE STEWART,' with Shoulder-strap3, reduced to 3s ll£d usual price, 5s lid. BLOUSES. BLOUSES. BLOUSES. Pink and Blue Zephyr, with deep frills, only Ib i)Jd. White, Pink, and Blue Zephyrs, deep fine lace collar, only 2s lid. Heliotrope, White, Pink, aud Blue Zephyr, trimmed fine laoe and insertion, only 3s lljd. In Shot Silk, trimmed laoe insertion, onlv 4s lid ; trimmed jet, 5s lid. LADIES' CAMBRIC COSTUMES, trimmed, £com 4b lid. SEBGE DRESS SKIRTS, all colors, trimmed, from 4s lid. CHILD'S COSTUMES, smocked, only Is Hid. CHILD'S PINAFORES, blouse shape, trimmed laoe, 6Jd. LARGE SIZE PINA...

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

FOOTBALLERS Are commencing their preparations for the coming season, and are speedily realising the fact that at MICK SIMIMOISTS', [ HAYMARKET DEPOT, ?' SPECIAL PREPAEA.TIONS liave been made for them. Just cast an eye over the f err lines mentioned belovr, and pay attention to this SPECIAL NOTICE. In consequeucs of the great demand, and of advices just received of .1 larpe shipment of these goods noi? on the way, a PLTK'I'HEli REDUCTION OP PRICES has h'jen m:ide ns follows : — 100 Match II. Footballs, Large Size, at 7s 6d eaoh; the usual price of these is 10s b'd, but these are offered at tho low price named simply as an opening to a trade in which the Depot means to secure not ouly a 'touch down,' but several ' eoals,' and a wiu at the finish. 500 Gilbert's Match Footballs, at 12s Cd each; usual price, 15s 6d. 500 Union Hatch Footballs, at 12s each ; usual price, 14s 6d. 10C0 Youths' Footballs, at 3s, 3s lid, and 4s 9d eaoh ; usual prices, ?Js 6-1, 5s 6d, and 6s 6d. These are light...

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

THE TWO GENUINE ARTICLES: CLEMENTS TONIC, FLETCHER'S PILLS, IMITATED ! BUT UNRIVALLED AND UNEQUALLED. i CLEMENTS TONIC is a scientific chemical food and restores the tissue wasted | by the vocations of. every day life, ia » prompt and safe remedy, for neuralgia, ner vousness, weakness, debility, liver com plaint, dropsy, and chronic indigestion. FLETCHER'S PILLS cure heartburn, backache, headache, liver torpidity, dyspepsia, and all complaints of the stomacl and bowels. These two remedies have been thoroughly tested in ail the hot countries of the world. They are sold at a price within the reach of all people. Evidence is forwarded fmj on receipt of name and address that wiil satisfy the most sceptical as to their i virtues. They are sold everywhere, bur care must be taken that the gemune an obtained or the money and time are wasted and the disease bo much the more serious. Touches the SPOT. 'HOMOCEA' As a Pam=ReMeving, Soothing, ! and Curative Lubricant, has !; no equal in the worl...

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MINING AND FINANCE. THE MINES AND THE MINING MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

MINING and FINANCE. THE MINES AND TIIE MINING MARKET. 'A six foot reef in a country mine, and quartz that is easily won, And the yield of gold when the stampers grind — ten ounces to the ton.'

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THE CONSTABLE AND THE BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

THE CONSTABLE AND THE BABY. In connection with this matter, reported in last issue, we are informed that the local police authorities inquired into the conduct of the constable understood to be concerned, and are satisfied therewith. Worms cause feverishness, moaning and restlessness during sleep. Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator is pleasant, dure, and effectual. If your druggist has none in stock, get him to procure it for you.*5

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GENERAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

GENERAL REMARKS. Although the investment market has been somewhat quieter, prices have been ivell main tained, and stocks like Bank of New South Wales and Mercantile Mutual have a good rise. There have been heavy exchanges in Australian Gas shares at ^£13 17s Cd, with an easing market. This is owing to tho fact that a parcel m a large estate has been put on the marscot. Extensive sales of Bank of New South Wales rights at 65s have been made. We hear also that a large turnover iu Melbourne Gas shares has taken plaoe in Sydney at £ 7 12s. A good many Union Banks have been sold at J529; and Commer cial of Sydney at, for A's J318, and for B's at .£12 15s. There has been a large private sale of English and Soottish deposits at 12s 6d to 12# 9d, and prices have siuce improved to 13s. The market closed firm for most stocks. In mining silver has attracted most atten tion, the return of Centrals to the dividend list having had a marked effect for good on this market. Block 10, even at presen...

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

LADIES! ALWAYS buy where you can get the best value for your money. NEVER ' fail to make this the first consideration. Do you appreciate really Good TEA ? Then doii'fc FORGET that your taGfce can be gratified by the well-known Family Grooerfi, WIL.oI.AMS and GIBBONS, of 72 OXFORD-STREET, who will sell you a TEA at Is per lb that cannot b'e surpassed in Australia, THIS is their own SPECIAL BLEND, and is admitted., Dy good judges to be: of renlly excellent quality. Choice Brands of China, Ceylon', and Indian- Teas also ift stock. Parcels' delivered Free in town or suburbs, or to any Station or Port in N.S.W. A FACT Worth remembering. Price lists on ap plication. STANDS' THE MOST -TRYING.. CLIMATE. ?' ?? ... ' ' , ' ' ' V ? -v' ? : : The Belling; Emo, *' 'ftew Balinda Station, via Eudgee. Messrs. W. H. PALING and CO.j Sydney. Tlie Belling Piano I purchased from you in 1890, T am pleased to say is.as good as the day I first received it, notwithstanding the trying climate; and I ieau str...

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OUR LETTER BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 31 March 1895

OUR LETTER BOX. TO CORRESPONDENTS. | Letters must reach us, addressed to the Mining Editor, before Friday. No notios it taken of inonymous correspondence.]] Glebe. — 1. The mine you refer to has only a moderate chance of doing well. 2. Buy Bank of New South Wales shares. 3. The London and Westminster is a limited liability bank. Insurance. — The Victoria is not a mutual com pany, nor does it now take new life insurance busi ness. The office is 83 Pitt-street. A.A. — The recentreport of the liquidators of the Anglo-Austraiian Investment Finance and Land Company contains the following passage, which completely answers your question : ' It was beyond doubt that the assets would not realise sufficient to pay the debenture lioldors in full.' Enquirer (Goulburn). — 1. The price of Berry No. 1 shares is about 6s 3d, 6s Cd. 2. The Great South Long Tunuel is at Walhalla.'iu Victoria, and the shares at 17s are said to bo good buying. Investor. — We still think that Bank of New South Wales sha...

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

S. B3EOTSTETT AJSTO CO., Tea Dealers, Grocers, Wine and Spirit Merchants, 476 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, : ; ; ARE SELLING . ' ? . : v MELVIN'S EDINBURGH PALE ALE, '? '? ? ? ? P®r case, 6 doz pints, 5s per doz ; 4 doz quarts, 7s per doz.: I ??? - GUINNESS BuAR'S HEAD PORTE]R (Bottled bt Hall), Per case, 8 doz pints, t-s 3d per doz : 4 doz quarts, 8s 9d per doz. ' r COMBE AND CO.'S -EXTRA LONDON. STOUT,*' Per case, (» doz pints, os 9d per doz ; 4 doz quarts, 7s 6d per doz. St. E8TEPHE CLARE'i, 12s per doz. - ALBURY' MUSCAT,' Fine Matured Wine, 18s per doz. .. ALBURY PORT, Old Wino, excellent v alue, 24s per doz.' AGENTS for DOYLE'S Red aud White KALUDAH— Pints, 12s ; quarts, 21s per doa Monthly Price List Forwarded ou Application. ENORMOUS SACRIFICE ' SALE NOW ON. The Colonial Finance, Mortgage, Investment and Guarantee Corporation, Ltd., 72 Pitt-street, Sydney March 22, 1895. RE ESTATE . T. WILLIAMS AND CO., - : BOOT IMPORTERS, 278 GEORSE-STREET. DEAR SIRS,— ' 1 have thta; -l*y ^aocepfc...

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

THEATRE ROYAL. FIVE FAREWKLL APPliAEANCES OF Bland Holt's Popular asid Premier Combination TO-MORROW (MONDAY), AND FOUB FOLLOWING- NIGHTS, SPECIAL EEPKODUCTION OP THE FAVORITE STORY OF THE SEA, A. SAILOB'B lOSTOT, WRITTEN BY HENRY PETTITT. 'In the Days when GEORG-E WAS KING, Brave weee the Hearts, and St.eong the HANDSt That welded England's Glory.' - Positively Last live Nights of the Season, AND THE ST GOOD-BYE i Th?IT^P A ]Iq Co. JL»y .??— -/A George St., Sjdnejj SIX ENAMELLED CABINETS, TOGETHER'] p0r, WITH A BEAUTIFUL ENLARGEMENT I, ? ON OPAL OR PERMANENT BROMIDE: j* 7q 0T) | Size 10 z 12 ino) «s. J ^ -

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