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NOTES AND COMMENTS. THE OSCAR WILDE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

4 NOTES AND COMMENTS. THE OSCAR WILDE CASE. One of the darlings of London society, Oscar Wildo, the erstwhile apostle o£ cul ture aud (fistheticism, would saem to have come to grief badly over the prosecution for libel initiated by him ag:tin3t the Mar quis ot' Queensbury. Not only have the iurv RCauitted the Marciuis. but added that the charges made by him were for the public benefit, and when the nature of those charges aro considered, what a hor rible significance attaches thereto. Prac tices are hinted afc which are revolting to humanity, and which we can only charitably assume to be the products of a depraved j kind of insanity, but which is about tho last thing expected to be charged against one who has posed as an exponent of ultra-reiinement under the name of cestheticism. For the sake not only of the accused himself, but of hi3 followers and disciples, it may be hoped that the matter will be thoroughly inves tigated, bo that Wilde may be either cleared of a stigma which wou...

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

A E0EWAED LAND POLICY. In a Bureau of Information afc tlie Lands Department there is now secured to the people what we have long contended for as a necessary aid to land settlement. Bat this intellir gent departure from the old and stupid routine must not stop there. The Bureau of Information is in tended to indicate to the man desirous of settling in the country where he oan get land. It is not clear, however, if all the necessary information will be supplied. A man requires to know something more than the locality in which land is open for selection. He muBft know whether he can get the particular area he requires, also the distance from railway station or port, and tho ruling freight rates. And, particularly important, he must have information leased on chemical analysis, meteorological statistics, &c., aa to what the land is suited for. Will the Bureau be sufficiently up to-date to give all this information ? # 3 3 It will be of little use having a Bureau of Information ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE CRICKET. ADELAIDE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

ADELAIDE CEICKET. Adelaide, Saturday Night. The match between the Norwood and .North Adelaide Clubs was concluded on the City Oval t-j-day. It resulted iu a win for the lattor. Wil kinson andO. Hill resumed butting, but the former only added a few to his previous saore when dismissed for 55. Hill battod well, and scored 106 not out, the total being three wickets for 211, against Norwoods 208. ' Adelaide, who met the Ports, ran their score to 302 for six wickets when the innings was deolarcd closed. Tho Ports batted, losing three wiokets for S9,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KENNEL CLUB OF N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

KENNEL CLUB OP N.S.W. Considerable interest appears to be takon in tho Show which is to tako place at the Exhibi tion Building, Prince Alfred Park, during Easter week, . under tbe auspices of tho Kennel Club of N.S.W. The Melbourne con tingent of dogs (numberinff over sixty) leave j in trucks attached to the passenger train ! which leaves Melbourne on the 9th inst. The Brisbane dogs and tboso from tho other oolo nies'will arrive earlier. Tho club's representa tive writes to say (oonoorning them) that thoy are of the highest types of the various breeds the colonies oan produce ; many of them have distinguished themselves on the Bhowl benches in England. His Excellency tbe Lieutenant Governor, Sir Frederick Darley, will open tlie Show on Thursday next at 8.15 p.m., and should the weather prove fine the exhibition — tha best of the. kind aver held iu this colony — will be very success ful. An extraordinary mistake ooours in Satur day's edition of tho S.M. IIbraixd, wheraiu it is tnade ...

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GARDINER CUP. FINAL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

GARDINER CUP. Final. Match. , In the above competition Lark, Sons and Co. continued their match yesterday against Alcock Bros. Scores : Alcock Bros, first iuninga, luO, in cluding handicap of 15 runs ; second inuings, seven wickets for 67, including handicap of 15 runs, Foley 15, Colbran 14. Lark, Sons and Co., first innings, 146, JB. Penny 40 not out, A. B. Patterson !i9, W. Housrhtou 23, H. A. Simpson 14. Iu tho bowline for Alcock Bros. Foley obtained five wickets, Col bran four, and Clack ono ; while for L.S. aiid Co. E. E. Brooks and J. Barnott secured five wickets each, H. A. Simpson three, and W. Galloway two. I. Zingnri played Waverley B. at Waverley, apd at the cull of time the former had scored 185 for eight wickets (Badford 67, Duguid 38, Docker 24, C. Lloyd 20, Halligan 12}. Spur way obtained three wickets and Gillies four, The Fort-street (Syduey) School recently beat the East Maitland Grammar School on the Albion Ground. The Grammar School made 126 (Carr 46, Cummins 27,...

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MELBOURNE CRICKET. MELBOURNE. Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

\ MELBOURNE CRICKET. ' '' Melbodenk. Saturday Nisht, East Melbourne and South Melbourne com-, monced a. Pennant match to-day. Enst went in ffrst and scored 175 for the loss of four wickets ; A. E. Tro.tt 73 not out, J. Harry 51 not out. Mel bourne commenced a match agftiust University, the former scoring 271 for the loss of seven wickets, *Y niters ixz, uranam si. isruce was oowieu. uy Ifjeares for a single. In tbe Port Melbourne v Carlton match J. Carltoii, play its g for the latter clab, scored 90 arid Watiing b2. Fitzroy made 154 against North Melbourne, Waouhape, 53 not out, was highesb scorer. For Boyle and Soott's Cup Capulets made 71 for six wickets in thoir second innings against Hawksburn,

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

OPPOSITE NEW MARKETS

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

510 GEOKGE^TliEET, 1

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

PROSPECTUS OF THE NEW SOUTH WALES DISTILLEKY COMPANY (LIMITED). To be Incorporated under the Companies Acts, 1874 and ISSti, whereby the liability of the Shareholders is 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 ; 2a on Allotment ; Cal s of not, more than 2s per Share at intervals of not less than three months, if required, but it iB fully auticipnted that not more than 6b per share will be called up. PROVISIONAL. DIRECTORS: THOMAS RAYWELL, Esq., Merchant, Sydney. THOMAS BARLOW, h'sq., Merchant, Sydney. W. M. M. Ah MOLD. Esq., Member of the Sydney Stock Exchange. CAPTAIN BENNETT, Hosaville, North Sydney. JAMES MOUN rFORD, Esq., Retired English Merchant (now of Stanly). ? ' '' ? BANKERS: UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA, Limited, George and King Streets Branch. SOLICITOR : ' s. M. J, BROWN, Esq., 44 iiilizabeth-street, Sydney. w ENGINEER: 2PRANZ VOLK, .Marion-street, Leichhar...

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

FURNITURE BUTERS. JUST READ THIS. ? ?JTALL'S RATTAN SUITE, 4 Pretty Arm Chairs (a great selection), Settee, and Table, 4 guineas. HALL'S DBA WING-BOOM SUITE, Tapestry and Silk Plush, viz., Ccraob- Pair Easies, and 4 Occasional Chairs, o guineas. HALL'S DRAWING-ROOM! SUITE, Best French Tapestry and Silk Plush, 4 EaBjr Ohairs and Settee, 6 guineas, HALL'S AUSTRIAN DINING-ROOM SUITE, complete, 4 guineas, 9 Articles. HALL'S DINING-ROOM SUITE, Spring Seated, in Leather, Upholatered Backs, 6& guineas, 9 Articles. HALL'S BEDROOM SUITE, Duchess Chest Draweia, Waahstand with Tila Back, Towel Bail, and Chairs, jS-3 10s, HALL'S BEDBOOM SUITE, Pair Duchess Dressing Tables, Wardrobe (Plate-glass ? Door), Towel Bail, and Cane Choirs, 7 guineas. A.. HALL .AUSD COMIPAJSTY, j - COBNEB GEOBGE AND LIVERPOOL STREETS. HALL'S PACE COUNTRY ORDERS FREE. HALL'S NEW ILLUSTRATED FURNISHING GUIDE FREE. . LEAVE 'BUS OR TRAM AT LIVERPOOL-STREET FOR HALL'S. A USTRALIAN MUTUAL FIRE «OL ' IHSUBANOE SOOIETY....

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

WILL FIT WELL BEST HOUSE IN SYDNEY - FOR BOOTS AJST33 SHOES. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. 758 GEOEGE-STBEET, HAYMAEKET.

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

TO DYSPEPTICS. WE DO NOT PUT OUR NAME TO RASH OR FOOLISH STATEMENTS. WE ASSERT THAT GRANUM A PORRIDGE MEAL WILL PREVENT OR CURE ALL FORMS OF INDIGESTION IN PERSONS WITH WHOM THERE IS NOTHING ORGANICALLY WRONG, AND WHO WILL OBEY THE SIMPLE Laws OF HEALTH. - ASK YOUR GROCER FOR A 4lb PACKET, AND IF HE WILL NOT SUPPLY IT, WRITE TO US, AND WE WILL CAUSE IT TO BE SENT TO YOU FROM THE GROCER NEAREST TO YOU WHO KEEPS IT. JAM!.' I^LIS and Co., ... DEAN'S PLA - : WHOLESALE AGENTS, - ' DETECTIVE COOKE having resigned from the Police Force, has Opened CONFIDENTIAL INQUIRIES, MISS ING FRIENDS, and NEXT-OF-KIN OFFICES, at 183 KINO-STREET, Sydney, with Branches at Charing Cross, London, aud at Melbourne. Testi monials from Judges, Magistrates, Barristers, Heads of Government Departments, and Chiefs of Police, Sydney and Melbourne, can be inspected or copies posted on application, the whole form ing a moss of reference unequalled. Strictly con fidential. Agents everywhere.

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

Messrs. BQRCE-3ARDT & BUTCHER SHAREBROKERS, 12 POST-OFFICE CHAMBERS, - Direct Special attention to Gympia and Charters Towers Stocks. OWNERS OF BUILDINGS OF WHAT EVER CLASS Will Study their Interest by Insuring same in tho LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY, 'The great Fire and Lifo Insurance Company of the World.' Lowest Rates. ' Equitable Adjustment. Prompt Settlement of Claims. Accumulated Funds exceed £9,000,000. Head Office for Australasia— PITT aud SPRING STREETS, SYDNEY. _ M. W. S. CLARKE, Resident Secretary. OSCAR WAHLBERG (Member Sydney Stock Exchange), Stock and Share Broker, 25 Hunter-street. Investments and Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Commission. All communications promptly attended to. GKAHAM'S 55a SUITS,

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THE WORLD OF Sport STARTING PRICES OF YESTERDAY'S WINNERS AT THE HAWKESBURY MEETING: [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

[?] STARTING PRICES OF YESTERDAY'S WINNERS AT THE HAWKESBURY MEETING : Shorts Handicap. — Bethel, 7 to 1 against. Sportsman's Handicap.— Chand Bee Bee, 4 to 1. against. Hawkesbury Handicap.— Cradle, 16 to 1 dgainst. , Steeplechase. — Alarm Bell, 2 to 1 against. Welter Handicap. — Her Ladyship, 4 to 1 against.

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

A RARE TREAT. - - It is quite a treat in these times, when all the city is filled with cheap goods (which are dear at any price), to see a Tip-top Photo graph like Edon, opposite Railway, offer six Enamelled Cabinets and a Large Opal for 6a 6d ; and it ie a further treat to hnow that , Eden does not intend to make up a good price by charging extras for enamelling or resitting. Thore is no elevator for ladies or children to ascend ; and although the price is tbe cheapest in Sydney for snob high-class photos., the whole work displays the most cultured taste, while the cabinets are not put on mounts of a gaudy scolloped-edged pattern, such as usually stamps the photos, of cheap studios. Eden will not raise his price in a month. Appoint ments are now being mado for the Easter : Holidays, Studios in Goorge-streot, opposite Cttilnay.®

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AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

AGRICULTURAL SHOW. The Royal Agricultural Society show' com mences on Wednesday, and is expected to be the most successful yet held. Apart from the show proper, the side attractions ate sure to make the ground a very popular resort right through the season of six days. Par'tioiilard are advertised in this issue Wounded in the Head. — Robert Wallace, a resident of Metropolitan-road, Enraore, , was admitted to the Sydney Hospital last j evening suffering from a severe wound dn the - head, alleged to have been the result of, an assault. The police of No. 1 Station arrested two men named J. Sigaldu and C. Latross on a charge of having assaulted Wallace. i We have heard of a man who waa so absent minded that when he wanted to shave himself he lathered tho reflection of hisfaco in tho looking-glass. A strong teetotal opposition is baing organised against granting a license for a ? publican's booth at the Castle Hill Agri cultural Show. Th6 application is to be heard at the Parrainatta Cou...

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DEATH SENTENCE. THE WIFE POISONING CASE. Concluded Last Night, DEAN SENTENCED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

DEATH BENTENOB. THE WIFE POISONING CASE, | Concluded Last Niglit. DEAN SENTENCED TO DEATH. At the Central Criminal Court yesterday, the trial of George Dean, who was accused of having attempted to poison his wife, Mary Dean, was continued before Mr. Justice Windeyer and a jury. ' Mr. Want, Q.C., and Mr. C. G. Wadeprose« cuted on behalf of tho Crown, and Mr. R, D. Meagher appeared for the accused. When the Court rose at 11.40 p.m. on Friday counsel for the Crown and accused had both addressed the jury, and his Honor ex pressed hi's intention of commencing to sum up at 10 o'clock yesterday. At the request of the jury, however, Mrs. Dean and the accused were first subjected to a further examination, which occnpied half an hour. The following evidence was obtained from Mrs. Dean : A Juror: With reference to the- medicine that your husband gave you during your illness, are you sure he did not pour the medicine out in a spoon and offer it to you P — I did not see him. A Juror : I think yo...

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

THE LATEST, And undoubtedly the finest ot its kind seen m the colonies. Just landed, ex P. and 0. s.s. Australia, the choicest Ceylon Golden Tips, from the Mazewatta Estate, now so widely known as taking the lead for flavor and. genuine excellence. Prioe, 2s 3d., Is 9d, Is 6d., Is. 3d. E. H. HARRIS and CO., Tea men, 21 Strand.® ' Foe thr Blood is the Life.' CLAEKE'S WORLD-FAMED BLOOD MIXTURE is war ranted to cleanse tbe blood from all impurities,' from whatever cause arising. For Sci'ofula, Scurvy, Eczema, Bad Legs, Skin and Blood Diseases, . Pnnples, and Sores of all kinds, its etfects are mar vellous. Sold everywhere at 2s Sd. 'Thousands of testimonials. Beware of worthless imitations and substitutes.* GET YOUR EASTER SUIT

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

Oscar Wilde knocked out under Queensberry xules. The nsual pony meeting will be held at EoBebery Park on Tuesday next. The St. Albans lottery is filling rapidly, and Mr. G. Adams mentions that one family alone bas taken 170 tickets. The annual sale of racehorses by Mr. T. S. Clibborn will be held at Fennelly's Bazaar on Monday, the 22nd inst. For comfort and good living commend me to the Imperial Arcade Hotel, Pitt-street.' For next season's Epsom and Doncaater Handicap the penalty for a win will be 71b in stead of 101b, as heretofore. The averages and other interesting statistics connected with the English team's tour will appear, in the Referee next Wednesday. ?Associate has been scratched (writes our Adelaide correspondent). This ia. a severe blow to baokers, Brewer's horse having been greatly fancied. .The Parramatta cricketers will hold a moon light concort to-morrow night, whan the pre sentation to Mr. Iredale will be made by the Mayor of Parramatta. The - final round of the S...

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

LADIES! ALWAYS buy where you can get the best val&o , for your money. NEVER fail to make this the first consideration. Do you appreolato reallf Good TEA P Then don't FORGET that your taste can be gratified by the well-known Family Grocers. WILLIAMS and GIBBONS, of 72 OXFOED-STEEET, who will Bell you a TEA at la per lb that cannot be surpassed in Australia. THIS is their own SPECIAL BLEND, and is admitted by good judges to be of really excellent quality. Choice Brands of China, Ceylon, and Indian Teas also in Btock. Parcels delivered Free in town or suburbs, or to any Station or Port in N.S.W. A FACT worth remembering. Price lists on application. A Meeting of the Paddington Borough Footbal Club-will be held at Herman's Grand View Hotel Paddington, on Thursday next, at 8 o'clock.*

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