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HAWKESBURY RACES. AN OUTSIDER WINS. Cradle Creates a Surprise, [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

HAWKESBURY BACES, AN OUTSIDER WINS. Cradle Creates a Surprise. Despite oounterattractions the Hawkesbury Club was favored with a good attendance at Rosehill yesterday. The weather was perfect, and the course and its surroundings never looked better. The train 8erVi.se was well managed, and, indeed, every item in connection with the sport cfr for the comfort of visitors seemed to have been anticipated, and provided for satisfactorily. The secretary, Mr. C. S. Guest, although suffering from illness, con ducted the management of affairs, assisted by Mr. P. O'Mara and staff, and a pleasant feature was the music supplied on the lawn by the Third Regiment Band under Bandmaster Daley. . For the Shorts nine were left after the scratohings were declared, Messmate being in great demand until his price was shortened to 6 to 4. He never justified this confidence in the race, and quite failed to act up to ex pectations. Bethel went to the front in the first furlong and remained there throughout,...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LILLIE BRIDGE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

LILLIE bridge RACES. There was a very fair attendance at Lillie Bridge last night, when the second rouud and final of the Novice Handicap and three pony races were run. through, Following are the results : — SECOND BOUND NOVICE HANDICAP. . Final Heat. J. Pearson, 14yds ? ? ... ... 1 J. Hodrioan, liiyds ? ? : ... 2 W. Whidojon, lljyds ? ... ... S Betting : 2 to 1 on Pearson, 8 to 1 v. Hourigan or j Whiddon. Won by a yard. | LILIPUTIAN HANDICAP (11.2J to 12-0*)— 3 furlongs. Mr. E. Hutchinson's Snowstorm, 7st 41b (Hutchinsou) ? ... ... ... 1 Other starters : Ethel 9st 61b, Colleen Bawn 8st 61b, Cerise and Blue 7st 01b. Betting : i- to 4 v Colleen Bawn or Cerise aud Blue, 4 to 1 Snowstorm or Ethel. Wou by a length trom Cerise and Blue. PAT KON S 1 HANDICAP (13.2 to 13.3) — i furlongs, illr. E. Lampsou's Edith, 8st41b (Milne)... ... I Other starters : Curuieuia 9ut 61b, Moua Sst 2lb.' Betting : 6 to 4 on Carmeuia, 6 to 4 v Mona, 3 to 1 Edith. Won by of length from Curmouia. LILLIE HANDIC...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WORLD OF SPORT. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6. SAILING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

WORLD 01 SPOlir. . r CONTINUED FBOM PAGE 6. SAILING. (By ' Wkatheb-Eye.') I The oompeting craft on the harbor yester day were favored with an all kite wind from the north-east, while the tide during the after noon was ou the flow. The Lady Manning flew the Johnstone's Bay Sailing Club flag yesterday, and had a very fair ' number aboard considering the faBt« deolining season. Mr. W. R. Griffiths was at his usual post as umpire, and. although this gentleman bad not yesterday so difficult a task iu watching the boatB as he has bad at times, his dutieB were faithfully discharged. This, perhaps, goes without saying. Nereid was not up to previous form amongst the 18-footers yesterday, notwithstanding the undisputed qualifications of her skipper (,T Colebrook, sen.) G. Ellis had ill luok in losing his bowsprit when in third plaoe, especially after being leading boat during the greater portion of the race. Our Own very nearly filled right up yester day, but hor bailer was equal to the occas...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MAILS. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

THE MAILS. MONDAY. MrRmBnx.A and Edkn, 11 a.m. Isdia and Eti hope, 2;-0 p.m. united Kingdom, 3 p.m. H.M.s. Uceana (letters addressed to persons on n p.na.' ^oumei( 3 p.m. ^i-'htern Australia, 4 p.m. Hobakt and Launcxston, 4 p.m. Etaos Bat, 7 p.m.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NEW DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

A KEW DKPARTUItE. Me. Nathan Herman, who has been before the public of Sydney for 20 years, has just introduced a new line of business, whioh will be greatly appreciated during the depression. Iu I'act, the idea is so jiood that it will always be popular. Iu extensive premises, at No. 9 Wynyard-street, half way between George and York streets, aud immediately opposite Lark,. Sons and Co., he litis established au emporium upou lines quite novel in Australia. Mr. Herman aiujs at supplying the public with first-olass articles at rates for cash belo'w any existing elsewhere. He has only one price, wholesale or retail, and you can purchase a pair of socks at wholesale price. One very marked feature is the ^J'2 parcel, containing a irentieman's rig-out from head to foot — a suit, boots, underwear, shirts, ties, &c., all of good quality. This parcel is sent to any part of New South Wales free. The miBfit parlor, an American idea, is au | excellent one for all concerned. By special ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

FREE INFORMATION. ? » ? FOB 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. Xs! 7t Sunday Times, k. .51 I'hlg mast be cut out and forwarded with any question. NOTICE. Wo wish to remind our readers that free advice is intended only for those too poor to pay for it. FllEE LEGAL ADVICE. Poor Hax : The warrant is good. Laborer: See answer to Queensland. Tbouble : Bring an action for trespass and conver sion against them, D.C.M. : The husband takes one-third, and two thirds are divided equally amongBt the childrxn. Fireman : If they owe you rent distraiu upon the furniture before the otlie'ra seize under the Bill of Sale. E.B. : This matter, or one very similar, is now under the consideration of the Court, and we do not therefore otfer any opinion. Carbine : I think the service is quite sufficient, and it is your ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. THE TIDES. HIGH WATER-SYDNEY COVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

SHIPPING. THE TIDES. HIGH WATER— SYDNEz COVE. Morning. Afternoon. Date h. m. h. m. Bbsdat, April 7 ? '6 22 ... 6 47 M0KDA*t i» ® ??? ??? * ??? ' Tui;iil)Aii it 9 ... .?? 7 57 8 17 Widsssdat,, 10... ... 8 36 ... 8 56 TivksujlT, „ I1 ??? ??? 9 16 ... 9 37 FsiMT, „ 12 ... ... 9 57 ... 10 17 BiiBEDiT. „ 13 ... ... 10 37 ... 10 69 ARRIVALS— Apbil 6. H.M.S. Ringarooiua, 2575 tons, 8 guns, Captain g. A. Johnson, from Melbourne, via Jervii Bay. F.M.S. Australian, 6428 tous, Captain G. Didier, ,rom Marseilles, via ports. iiorrabool, str, Sii tons, Captain W. Hammer, from Biisbane. Coraki, str, 32G tons, Captain E. Farrell, from Manning SiTer. Sauioi, str, 1414 tons, Captain B. T. Skinner, from Newcastle. Tsiiinu, str, 2269 tons. Captain G. Bamsay, from Jlslbourue, via Newcastle. Inrgo Law, sh, 15S7 tons. Captain B. W. Fnr Beaux, from Caleta Buena. Penobscot, bqe, 1087 tons, Captain P. C. JH'Caulder, from New York. i DEPASTURES— Avail. 6. Bands, Isle, scr, for Auckland. Oonah, str, for Hobart...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

? Fish, name, Milk. ? FISH! FISH!; FISH! ? ' ''IiENTEH SEASON. ! *' ' J .. . I S.S. MONOWAI arrives to-day with many kinds of New Zealand fish. \ For convenience of customers the '? FISH AiND % At 135 KING-STREET Will be open on FRIDAY. MORNING, APRIL 12, 1895, Till 11 a.m. N.S.W. FRESH FOOD AND ICE CO., LTD. H. PATESON, Manager. Sydney, April 7, 1895; BODALLA ' CHEESE The Finest in the Market. Our Registered Brand is on Every Cheese. BODALLA BACON Com Fed and Mild Cure. BODALLA HAMS In get up and quality are Equal to the Best ENtil.ISH. JOHN SHEARWIN, WHOLESALE AGENT, 229 SUSSEX-STREET. Hotels. ROBERTS' SINtiLK BOTTLE DKPAimiENT, MARKET-STREET, Next Gborgjs-stbekt. LOOK AT THE PRICES. HENNESSY'S PALE BIIANDY, Gs 3d USHER'S SPECIAL RESERVE WHISKY, 4s. BKOWiVS FOUIl CROWN WHISKY, 3s 9d. WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS, 4s and 2s. CAKTEll'S HOTEL, Corner of PARK und GEORGE STREETS. This Well-knowr, Popular, and Old-Established Hotel is conducted under a thoroughly practical management. Only the VERT...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

'VV I IN' TEE, NOYEI.TIE8 ABE WHAT YOU WANT NOW. OSBORJSTE AJSTD CO.'S STOCK throughout ia comprised entirely of NEW GOODS for the coming season in the leading features of Fashion. KINDLY NOTE OUR SPECIALTIES. MANTLES, JACKETS, CAPES I UMBRELLAS, LACES, GLOVES , rlOUS. S, SKI KTS, COSTUMES DRESS MA I ERIaLS, SILKS, VELVETS JUILINEBT, CORSETS, FEATHER BOAS | HAIR AN 1- FRINGE NETS, all Sizes, &c. BEST VALUE IN THE CITY. 57 OXFOEB-STRE ET (New Buildings), OPPOSITE OXFORD SQUARE.

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THE NORTH SHORE MYSTERY CHAP. XX.-THE ABDUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

'The Kgbth Shore Mystery Big' FLETGH., - '(FOE THE 'SUNDAY TIMES.') CHAP. XX.— THE ABDUCTION. A day later.' It w$.s 10 o'clock at sight. Bertha was busy serving the crowd of cus tomers with drinks, when a lad came into the bar and asked for Miss Sumxnerhays. ?, Bertha spoke to him. He said a gentleman outside wished to speak to her ou a matter . of great importance. Without hesitation ifertha took her hat and went to the door. Here she was accosted by . a bushy-whiskered man who demanded in a gruff voice if she was Miss Sammerhaya P ^ ' Yes, to be sure. But what's the matter ?*' ' A Mr. Norris sent me for you. He is very ill, and must see you at once. Look, I have n cab ; there is no time to lose, hurry in !'' Before she had time to think, Bertha, was in the vehiole and it was plunging off at a rapid fcate. I Bertha was full of questions, and hor in- ' jterrogations came so quickly gpa after tho iother that for a time her companion had an excuse for not replying ? 'What is the matte...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

W0KTH A VISIT. W. J. HICKET & SONS. STARTLING BOOT M0 SHOE . WIHOOWS at 55 PXFORD.STBJJET (Near Hydo Pork). Also THE SHOW QF BOOTS AND SHOES ' . AT 576 GEORGE-STREET. (Near BathnrBtatreet.) DON'T sojiasi? w.} {?:. . .. .. ???.,. . w ? v v. . ? ? * ? '

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POPULAR DISCUSSIONS. Are Women More Trustworthy Than Men In Friendship and Business? [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

POPULAR DISCUSSIONS. Are Women More Trustworthy T]ig& Men , ; ? ? ? I T, In pr^nd^Mp and $ii§mes£? J ' . .v r I We have received the following excellent lot of letters upon this subject, tho writers being pretty equally divided between men and women :-^r MEN I?Cm FRIENDSHIP EVER.. ' Phyllis Fairpltiy ' writes : — W§ read and hear so frequently of men's hroken trusts, ef th^ many frauds, Swindles, &c., thtjt I don't think it would be difficult for women to prove thomSielTes quite, it not more trustworthy jp business than a good many men. A woman's, conscience, as & rule, is more alive and tender than a man's. But I would give the palm to men for haing mora trustworthy in friendship. Women would do well to copy thqir simple sincerity to eaoh other.' Devoid of gush, they are quite content to take their friend for the good fellow he seems, without trying to analyse him too closely. Very few women know what true friendship mgans ; to most of them a friend ia some ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

BIG FURNITURE SALE, EXPIRATION OF LEASE, ; STOCKS OF WALLACES' AND NEWTON AND LAMB, aii EQE iisOWJfE SAMS - At Discounts Banging from 6s §fl to 10§ ia tba & The Proprietor is relinquishing tho Business, and mqgt oJeA? out every line at best price abtainable. All high-class an 4 modern Goods DolivQro^ FrQQ inTov?B or Sabvi?!}? in gPQd tirder and condition. SCHWECSTEN PIANOS. NEWTON AND LAMB'S OLD PREMISES O'CONNELL , AND SPRING STREETS. : ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"BLIND FOLLOWERS OF FASHION," [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

' BLIND FOLLOWERS OF FASHIQN,' ' Humanum est Errare' writes:— I very much doubt whether there be any person on earth sufficiently qualified to answer truth fully this question. Iu my humble opinion more opportunities are afforded women to act hypocritically than men, because they are, generally speaking, greater devotees ottasluon than the sterner sex. And what does this blind following of fashion in very many oases meaqP Why, sometimes kissing lfidy friends whom they dislike, greeting others with swyot smiles for the sake of politeness when the interior affections do not correspond, and baokbiting their neighbor in their endeavor to make a conversation interesting. On tho other hand, I have not yet become acquainted with my ideal man — one who is possessed of the wisdom of the serpent and ????? harmloss nature of tho dove. Then, too, men are mostly ruled by ciroumfjtances. Instead of tho intellect governing their passions, thoy are ruled in turn by their propensities. I have had ex...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

itSJB RKT N 1 I'] ? V r y ; EZSITjR-A LIG-HT? WliOjLESOjSOi:, A-ISTO PALATABLE, TOW BBEW NOW SELLING- FBEELY. ? ? ? ''-if! ? ? ? - — — ? — ^ _ v : ' I A H I Ixm GIVE aHUTBATH-FOR A_-HANDFUM? OF CHIPS' ; j ly w *o| * PRICE W-')irnu\v ^ ^ toswpfc ? i'' ? | , -1 DEAR LADIES 1 /?i 1 V/A — fil ' SrC i[ ASK T0Tj:El GE0CEE F0R Graamv's Blend, ^ aA*XTAXJ ^ j| *lb PACKETS, also 12, 20,. and 401b I aiiWgjit ga-sisteus. .JL iu\ ^-3111 I 11' SOLE AGENTS : ^ & .CO., PUZZLE — Find the Policeman. .... lis liyeepool-s fiieet. HATMARKET LOAN OFPICE, £1 LEIT f OS 6d. EXjXjIS DAVIS Trends Jloncv on all Jeivellcry, Watches, Diamond Goods, &c., at tlie rate of 0d per month in the £, and on large sums as low as 3d. rfcRFbtf PJUVA (J Y. Walk through Jewellery Shop. !^rS55 GEORGE-STREET, HAYftiARKET, SYDNEY. ? ? Medical. ? ? 'WATTS' PECTORAL OXYMEL VV CARKAGHEEN or IEISH ilOSS, For Conghs, Colds, Influouzn., Asthma, &c. The unrivalled success or tbis modiciuo, now established 1 over...

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WOMEN EVERY TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

WOMEN EVERY TIME. ' O.T.' very lucidly expresses his pre ference : — I would emphatically assert that women must undoubtedly be accredited the honor of being the most trustworthy, and I would go further, and say that not only are thoy more trustworthy, but they are also moro trusting. Women rarely have the positions in pubho life or business that men do, but in the isolated cases where they have risen to public eminence a strict honorableness has always characterised their transactions. Moreover they bring into their dealings a pure sontiment, and in the exercise of it their_ un failing instinct is rarely at fault. But it is in the small matters of everyday lifo and friendship that tho great test is to be found, And here the response is noble. To whom doos a mp.n turn for 6olaco and advice in his important trials of life — a woman! Whoso shrewd, honorable poroep tions so quiakly guide him aright— a woman's I In whom doos a boy confide his important seorets, euro of hor willing, conf...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

SIES ST! Lsjtl'U lii' u EbaVti/ p □ o Should consult tho Eminent Spccialiot in their particular ailments. 29 York Street, ('f ff| 0 BD f T H Wynyard Square, j } \ P if If N? Sydney, tyi tl u Q vJJD , ii=itk-3 Ji Cpmalo Pillo for Irregularities, 10:. end COa, per 1 guaranteed O.ISs ? ? MEN HI u J u Ua i si vi □ b q Pxivato, Olixcalo C2 OMa DlBea,aes, Sc-xtftd, Weatneafl, Lossoa osd Debility Cured (Guaranteed). 29J[0RK_stebb? nsjp Of^rrfTB 18 Ira, ofxfch Vigor Pillo for Sexual V/coinesa ana DobilSS^, 5/- or S boscea :a/-. Guaranteed O.K. Bit SMITHs XToS.A* E00M8 OVEB BEALE'S. 432 GEOSGE-STEEET. Dr. SMITH, U.S.A., C30 Crown-streot, opp. Tram Terminus. Br. SMITH, U.S.A., for honest advleo, and. safo and Biiro our&of femnlo irregularities. . Dr. SMITH'S Ladies' Boon. Bend stamped envelope for pamphlet on Froveation and Cure. Dr. SMITH'S Ladies' Correotion' Hll8f a cer» taint?/ 6B£erb02tpbatt&&i6&

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

; A 'WOED n? I YOUEEAE. | 'YOU WILL GET IT CHEAPER AT MARK FOY'S.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

M'EWAM'S ? ALE. DRAUGHT A2fD BOTTLED.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

ifW Roberts' is the best plaoe to buy Wines 0 and Spirits.' ghat for Fishing Taokle of all kinds S. Corn 1 'orth. (-72 George-street, is the plaoe.® I .J' Hobeon, 210 King street, Newtown, is | ltl(i most reliable Hatter and Mercer.® if 'cs lirown, Engraver, Die-sinker, brass plate an' stencil cutter, 207 Elizabeth-street.® ? y 'le Morrissett Coal Co., of Draitt-street, : juppiy the best coal in the city at 14s per ,, wi. delivered.® ' % say that the oxcellenoe and superiority of the wines, beers, and spirits at the : Imperial Arcade Hotel, Pitt-street, is daily becoming more apparent by its increasing J trade.® Jhat Rosa Bros, are the boss glass bottle ®&kerg. Aerated water bottles, pickle jars, &o. Woiksj Eraidaerill©. TtL 1, Kewtowa.*

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