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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

xx - ? xx XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX ix T^HE NEW YEAR'S SALE 11 XX j- XX XX 'WIXIi BE CONTINUED XX XX XX g ALL NEXT WEEK. || XX ? XX XX XX We intend to eclipse all our efforts of 2^ the pose week, and moke the H NEW YEAE'S SALE g XX A GREAT GIGANTIC SUCCESS XX If NEXT WEEK. § Xi ? XX ^ We BE-COMMENCE on MONDAY MOENING. XX YT tt If you have not already visited us, oome xx ?yy on Monday. XX XX ? XX xi HORDERN BROTHERS' § XX (PITT-STEEET) H fx NEW YEAR'S SALE. § XX XX XX XX XX XX I XX XX XX XX XX XX

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

A Sermon ^ «..«« ? ? j # -* ^ ? AMD YOU PRACTICE'. I Fjrstlv m y : j QUALITY | PURITY STRENGTH J FLAVOR t COMBINE TO MAKE 'MY FAVORITE' TEA i TRUE TO NAME. 71 — .- ? ? 1 ? . ? ?

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL FETISHES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

POLITICAL FETISHES, The trouble that has arisen over the attempt to adjust the date for the proposed repeal of the grain duties, so as to inflict the least possible injury upon existing interests, aifords I a tair exemplmcation or the lolly ot trying to make justice and equity square with the rigid maintenance of political shibboleths. The Govern ment now finds itself caught between two fires, its own party condemning it for treachery and vacillation in treating the grain duties in an ex ceptional manner, whilst so far from conciliating those whom it was in tended to placate, it has simply emboldened them to agitate for the permanent retention of the duties in whioh they are interested. v v m In acting as it has done, the Government has been doubtless actuated by the best of motives, but, unfortunately, it has been hampered by the fiscal traditions with which ifc is fettered, and the party obligations which it feels itself bound to fulfil. It is commendably desirous to avoid inflict...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

? ' - - ? Special Advertisements. ? ._ 'THE SETEN STATES' EXAMINATION COMMITTEE'S CERTIFICATE.' NEW YOEK LITE INSUEANCE COMPANY,' 346 and 348 BROADWAY, HEW YORK CITY. JOHN A. M'CAIJj ? President. COMMISSIONERS' CERTIFICATE. New York Citt, November 28, 1894. WE, the Insurance Commissioners and Superintendents of the States of Massachusetts, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, and Texas, Pursuant to tho invitation of the President of the Company, dated June 1, 1894, do hereby certify that we have been for the past four months engaged in a thorough and searching offioial investigation into the affairs of the New York Life Insurance Company of the City of New York. We further certify that eaoh Stock and Bond owned, eaoh Collateral Loan, each Bond and Mortgage Loan made, tho Cash and each Bauk Certificate of Deposit, was carefally examinod, checked, and verified ; that the Policy Loans and Premium Notes were examined and checked with the Reserve on each Policy ; that Interest and...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL REMARKS. APPOINTED SHAREHOLDER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

GENERAL REMARKS. It has been a very dull week so far as both investment and mining stocks are concerned. There was certainly a slight improvement evident towards the close in the Bank of New South Wales shares, which, we think, are likely to continue firm. A.J.S. deposits dropped to 14s, chiefly owing to the discon tinuation of buying by a leading dealer. Theso dopoaits are surely cheap, and even if they ease furthor, should come again later on. Deposits of tho Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney are very firm, and there has been moderate business in thom. In mining we hear a favorable report of tho Grand Duke, the shares of which are likely to go up. Gympie stocks havo only had moderate busi ness, but there has been a good turn over in Charters Towers shares, tho principal linos being Brilliant Freehold, Band of Hope, No. 6 Quoen Brilliant, New Brilliant Extended, and Papuaus. On the Gympie field the quiet time has boon due to tho fact that many of the chief operators have not yet ret...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOO MUCH OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

TOO HUGH OF IT. Ake we not hearing j ust a little too much about Mr. Eddy's proposed association with that English railway company? What does it matter to us whether a shareholder wrote to The Times demanding that Mr. Eddy should be secured, or that another wrote objecting ? Mr. Eddy is a very esti mable gentleman, and his future career is of no doubt considerable interest to-him, but he must occasionally wish the daily cable idiot further. Presently a dissenting director will hear that Mr. Eddy' suffers from cold in the head, or prefers one well known label to another, or always uses Puffem's soap. Ho will mention it on the corner, and the cabler will promptly grab and assault us with the intelligence.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TESTIMONIAL ABUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

THE TESTIMONIAL ABUSE. We hear frequent complaints of the unfair tax virtually imposed upon employes of hospitals and other public institutions by the system of presenting medical officers and others, who may be leaving or trans ferred to other institutions, with monetary or other valuable testimonials. In many instances nurses and other poorly-paid employes are thus subjected to a species of blackmail, by being asked for a. subscrip- tion which they can ill afford to give, but dare not refuse, for fear of giving offence to a superior officer, although the re cipient of tho testimonial is generally in receipt of a handsome salary. Probably in many cases the thing is done thought lessly, but the effect is the same, and in future it would bo woll to discourage sub scriptions for such objects when they have to be obtained from persons in a sub ordinate position, and who in many cases have already quite enough legitimate calls upon their slender resources.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MUNICIPAL DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

A MUNICIPAL DUTY. It seems somewhat strange that any hesitation, muoh less churlishness, should have been exhibited by some of the municipal councils to whom the Govern ment has applied for information to enable them to perfect their Local Government Act, and make it acceptable to those bodies. As the Bill now stands under thef new provisions for basing the assessment upon the unimproved value of land, the councils adopting this mode of assessment would be restricted to a maximum rate of $d in the JJ on the capital value. This, however, has been objected to as by far too low a figuro where this system of rating might be adopted, and the Government now ask the councils to supply them with data for readjusting tho rate by means of a valuation taken upon the unimproved valu* in their respective districts. As this would merely involve an alternative valuation on the part of the assessors, and could be done with very little additional trouble, the request seems a very reasonable one to m...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND COMMENTS. SIR GEORGE DIBBS AND POPULAR OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

NOTES AND COMMENTS. SIR GEORGE DIBBS AND POPULAR OPINION. It has been rendered very evident of late that Sir George Dibbs continues to com mand the respect, and, in many instances, admiration, of leading citizens. This is a result — which no doubt will be long lived — of his prompt measures during the early part of the bank panic crisis. The ex Premier has been before the public a good deal lately at various important Bocial functions, and the reception accorded at each must have been very gratifying. There is no doubt that Sir George is alwajB very successful on these occasions. His speeches are not mnch for matter, but the geniality of them, and style of delivery, attract even political foes. Hence it is that we hear of a reconciliation (if it can be so called) with the Governor — and of Major-General Hutton exchanging smokes ?with Sir George ! There is no questioning the fact that the ex-Premier is an imposing figure in all gatherings, and a -widely felt force. Even those who tak...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. THE ELECTORAL MATCHES RESUMED. Paddington, 'Varsity, and Glebe Score Heavily. SAM JONES SCORES A BRILLIANT CENTURY. East sydney Likely to be Beaten by Manly—And Canterbury at Last Hare a Win Within Grasp—Coningham Compiles a Century at Brisbane. CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

GEICKET. THE ELECTORAL MATCHES RESUMED. Taddington, 'Varsity, : and Glebe Score fleaYily. SAH JONES SCORES A. BRILLIANT CENTURY. East Sydney Likely to be Beaten by Manly — And Canterbury at Last II aye a Win Within Grasp — Conlngham Compiles a Century at Brisbane. CRICKET NOTES. The advanoo contingent of the New South Wales team — Messrs. Camphin and Hnme — returned to Sydney from Adelaide on Thurs day. On Friday Messrs. H. Moses, Donnan, Garrett, Howell, and Trumper came baok by the Southern express. The manager of tho New South Wales I team, Mr. John Portus, and Messrs. Kelly, Newell, M'Pherson, and Briiscoe arrived yesterday at noon. All tho mombers of tho team look woll, and appear to havo enjoyed the trip splendidly, though of courso they were disappointed at being uuable to win at least one of the matches. Flynn's umpiring in Melbourne appears to have given much dissatisfaction, two or three decisions telliug severely against New South Wales. Most of the members aro of opinion...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEUTRAL BAY SAILING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

NEUTRAL BAY SAILING CLUB. The Neutral Bay Sailing- Club .brought off a handicap race yesterday ovor tho Lightship course, tho entries being : Pixie (S. H. Fuirland) scratch, Myeo (G. Camus) 25miu, and Ada May (T. Mnc donald) 25min. All got away to a good start, the Myeo crossing the lino first, followed by Ada May. Pixie took along leg over into Farm Cove, and lost alot of ground there by, the other boats working the northern shore. The times at the Lightship were : Pixie 3h53min35sec, Ada May 4h 3miu 86sbo, Myeo 4h llmin 5sao. At Shark Island the big boat had added another two minutes to hor lead, but tho wind got very light for the run to the buoy, and the Ada May, bringing up a light puff with her, wa3 nble to save her time fairly easily, tho times at the finish boing : ir. it. s. Pixie ? 4 55 10 Ada May (winner) ? ... 5 15 40 Ada May thus won on time allowance by 4mln 306ea. Myeo gave up. ? The steamer Leiahhardt, iuoharge of Messrs. Spain and Goddard, followed the race, and was...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY AMATEUR SAILING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

SYDNEY AMATEUR SAILING CLUB. A raco for all boats, class B, was brought off yesterday by tbe Sydnoy Amateur Sailing Club over tho Lightship courso. The starters being Varuua scr, Buttercup 2min 58sec, Naiad 4miu 3-seo, Tnipo 7mia 19 sec, Sophia 9min t)3ec, Brownie lOmiu Hscc, Ianthe lOmiu 25sec, Gftriad lOmiu 47scc, Nettle 12min 3soo. Nettlo and Varuna crossed the lino it 3h lomiu, tho others following iu eloso order. Naiad and Cariad being last away. Tho breeze was d light southerly, and all had to make a board to clear Bradley's. Varuna nt onoo went away, and nt the Sow and Pigs was 4min ahead of the Taipo, which boat led the Huttorcup by 4Ssee, Sophia rounding 17sec later, the order of tho others being Naiad, Nettle, Brownie, Ianthe and Cariad. Tho Taipo, sailing very well in the light breeze, hung ou to tho Varuna very well, the times rounding the mark-boat for the firBt timo being Varuna 4h 34min 23sec, Taipo 4h 42miu 50seo, Buttercup 4h 44mm ISsec, Sophia 4h 44min 53seo, Naiad...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON CLUB. Again Mr. Mark Foy's club was fortunate from a weather point of view, and again the saiiinc: under its flag was good. The race sailed yesterday was agenernl handicap, and the course the usual triangular ono from Clark Island, round a buoy off Taylor Bay, round the buoy oil Shark Island, to a finish between a boat and Clark Island. The attendance was immense, and clearly demonstrated how popular small boat racing has become in Sydney. Indeed, the. largo number of people who attended gave the officers iu charge of the club steamers as much aa they could do to properly accommodate ; and, although tho first heat had started before arrangements were made for fol lowing it, on account of the crush aud bustlo, per hnps some excuse may be offered for the manage ment. I think I shall not do wrong iu suggesting, however, that in future it would be found advan tageous if the Lady Manning first of all called at all the important places for passengers, then going str...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH SYDNEY v. CENTRAL CUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

SOUTH SYDNEY v. CENTRAL CUM BERLAND. This match was commenced on the Pnrramatta Ground, small Bcores being the order of the day. Scores : — CENTEAL CUMBEELAND.— First Innings. D. O'Connor, b Donnan ? 18 L. Pye, b Callaway ? 7 S. U. Walford, lbw, b Callaway ? 1 J. C. Wilson, c Donnan, b Callaway ... 0 D. O'Eeilly, c Donuan, b Callaway 0 Horridge, b Callaway ? 0 M. Wharf, b Callaway ... ... ... 0 Little, b Callaway ? ? Ml 0 Anthony, b Callaway ? 2 Whitworth, b Callaway ... ... 6 Miller, not out ' ... ^ ... ... 8 Total ? 42 Bowling Analysis.— J. Callaway; 62 balls, 24 ruus, 9 wickets; Donnan, 60 balls, 18 runs, 1. wicket. Second Innings. D. O'Connor, b Donnan ... 11 S. E. Waiford, c sub, b Callaway ... 0 L. Pye, 0 Donnan, b Callaway 3 J. C. Wilson, not out ... 10 D. O'Eeilly, not out ... 2 Throe wickets for ... ... 26 J. Callaway bowled 60 balls for 8 runs, wickets ; H. Donnan, 60 balls, 18 runs, 1 wicket. SOUTH SYDNEY— Fmrt Innings. A. Lounen, c Wharf, b Pye ? ? 1 A. Atkins, b Pyo ? 2...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PADDINGTON v. LEICHHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

PADDINGTON v. LEICHHARDT. On a splendid wicket at Eushcutters' Bay, Pad diugtou knocked up 287 for the loss of nine wickets against Leichhardt. who were minus the services of Council. A. Noble played finely for 74, and A. C. Mackenzie made 49, J. J. Kelly 61 not out, E, Noble 30, W. M'Dowall 28 not out, and E. Kelly 21. Scores : — PADDINGTON. A. C. Mackonzic, c and b Woolcott ... 49 E. Brewster, b Taylor ? 2 M. A. Noble, st Preston, b Storey ... 74 13. Noble, b Storey ? ? 80 K. Hogan, run ont ? ? 0 A. Sweetnam, 0 and b Storey ? 6 E. F. Kelly, run out ? ? ... 21 J. J. Kelly, not out ? CI i W. M'Dowall, b Cropley ... ... 28 J. Eush, lbw, b Norris ? ... 1 I Sundries ? 8 ] Nine wiokats for ... ^ ... 287 !

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

ITEMS OP INTEREST. Cleopatra's Needle weighs 180 tons. ' Forty-eight pennies weigh a pound. Elephant hide takes seven years to tan. Maokerel is the most nutritious of all fish. A genuine green cashmere shawl costs about £170. ' The pay of an English detective is from 1 JB3 to £10 a week. Fish, it haa been found, sleep. only two hours in twenty-four. Charles Dickons created no fewer than 1425 characters. A million sovereigns laid on eaoh other Would make a pile nearly a mile high. The Pope received 9000 pairs of slippers among his jubilee presents. Our motto is quality not quantity ; moderate oharges, not extortion. J.B.C.C., King-st.* Muffs were worn by gentlemen in England till late in the last oentury. Christmas pudding was formerly served up as a sort of porridge. They Bay how beautifully clean and appetising ar'y'g looks at Silvester Bros. City H&na Shops* The juice of tho tomato will remove ink, wine, and fruit stains from linen. ' Langer, 20 Oxford-street, is the most ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

J. T. COFFILL, « METROPOLITAN ' HORSE AND CARRIAGE BAZAAR. HEAD DEPOT: 472-82 HARRIS-STREET. ULTIMO. TELEPHONE No. 11G0. LAEGEST AND BEST ASSOETMENT OF VEHICLES FOE HIEE IH THE CITY. LANDAUS, BKOUGHAMS, FOUE-IN-HAND DEAGB, WAGGONETTES, &o., 4c. WEDDiNG CAEEIAGES A SPECIALITY. CITY BliANCH : 37 CASTLEREAGH-STREET, SYDNEY. ? ? TELEPHONE I72S' ? WILLIAM BTJTTELj WHOLESALE SHIPPING AND FAMILY BUTCHER, PUEVEYOE TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR AND THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF THE CITY. 154, PITT-STEEET. ROBERTSON'S J' ~R- D WHISKY. TICKER'S (DISTILLERS TO THE QUEEN) DRY GIN. BEUKER'S SCHNAPPS (COCK BEAND) Gr. H. M. TT JVI 1SI EXTEA DEY CHAMPAGNE. S-^STDEIMIAlSrS PORTS AND SHERRIES. WE EECOMMEND TO CONNOISSEURS THE ABOVE BRANDS AS BEING THE MOST SUPEEIOE. SAND E MAN, Wine and Spirit Merchants, . 74 PITT-STEEET, SYDNEY. ^JtcWH \ CVZ-e* (Pj-oob, ftu-t ' Hfl ODCD'© i ^ ^ ...j EXCELS I is O THEM ALL. ——————— — — j| |Wk?t1 &~\± ~ SoE-b in 1£&. cFino-j cmb i-vi eta'ulli'. 'j T ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

SMLIGHT YEAR BOOKS AND ALMANAC, 1895. A LONG-FELT WANT SUPPLIED. The Year Books contain 160 1 The Sunlight Almanac, 450 Pages, Paper Covers, care Pages, honnd in.cloth, care fully compiled, edited, and fully compiled, edited, and brought up to date. I brought up to date. Will be given FREE during JANUARY and FEBRUARY, 1895, to users of SUNLIGHT SOAP. HOW TO OBTAIN COPIES FREE.— Commencing January, and until above Books are all given, Purchasers of SUNLIGHT SOAP will receive from the Dealer from whom the Soap is purchased, tho Books, as follows: — With every 2 Boxes or 6 Tablets of Sunlight Soap, Ono Handbook out of above. With every 6 Boxes or 18 Tablets of Sunlight Soap, One Sunlight Almanac. NOTE, IMPORTANT— To Prevent Disappointment-BUY EARLY And BUY OFTEN. NOT FOE THE TOP STTlSTLIGrHT 'BUT FOR USE AND SHELF OF YEAR BOOKS, . 1895. Lvery^Sy2 of YOUR BOOKCASE- Xo Home Complete Without Them. THE YEAR. LADIES ! DO NOT SS HAYE YOU SEEN OUR BLOUSE SHOW ? THEY ARE THE TALK OF THE TOWN. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

SHOEma roRG-ES, i pi iii i Wl ROPE tej Km wk hoese- M mM\ Mm SHOE. M 88 LTVERPOOL-STEEET (late Andrew Downie), 20 Old South Head-rood (opposite Centennial Park), Edgewood-road, Enmore (next to Mr. Weeks White's) ; W. Pitman, Bayswater-road ; 0. Capon, Oxford-street ; J. M'Laughlin, 251 Castle reagh-street. Australian Agents, 20G-208 George-st. TO HAT THEY ALL SAY. V V Oh 1 James Hunter. Ob i James Hunter. How could you servo us bo. We've Diet with many a breeze before, But never such a blow. BOOT PEOTECXOES, Id a hag. Full Bags. W O O D 'S ELEGANTLY APPOINTED Tlyesiglit Testing1 Rooms, FOE ALL DEFECTS OF VISION. LIVERPOOL, MANCHESTER, MELBOURNE. EsTATiusnsD Three Quarters -of a Century. Thousnnds of Persons who could not previously obtain Spectacles to corroct their defects of vision have testified to the relief and comfort experienced when fitted by WOOD'S standard tests. Oculists prescriptions fitted from 7s 6d. 299 GEORGIA-STREET (Near Hmiter-itreet), SYDNEY. ^ ? ? ? ,, ? ? ? , ?...

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FRENCHS'. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

FRENCHS'. Our Sterling Silver watches for a few shil lings eaoh are unequalled. See them in our window, all going to time. Also Gold Watches, heavy gold caBes, £1 and J21 10s eaoh. A written guaranteo given with every watch. Watohes thoroughly cleaned, guaranteed twelve months, 2s Gd. Best mainspring, 2s 6d. Frenchs' Now Shop, 632 George-street, Brick field Hill (few doors below Lawler's).®

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