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Before the CURTAIN. THEATRE ROYAL-"LITTLE JACK SHEPPARD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

[?] THEATRE EOT AL-' LITTLE JACK SHEPPARD.' A hyge and vastly amused audienoe, vivacious and intelligent acting, and a scene or enthusiasm wacothe features of the reappear ance of Maggie Moore, and the revival of 'Little Jaok Sheppard' at tbe Royalest night. 'What memories tbe name of this burlesque recall 1 We witnessed the original per formance in London years ago when Nellie Farren appeared as the bold Jack, and Teddy Royee, of immortal 'iheniory, was the Blueskin. Well, too, can romataber its original pro duction in Sydney — on May 28, 1887 — when the cast included Fanny Robina as Jaok, Miss Romor as Mrs. Sheppard, Mr. E. B. Manning as Sir Roland, Miss Florence Harcourt as Thames Darnell, Mr. Willie Ward as Knee bone, Mr. Robert Brough as Jonathan Wild, Mr. Royoe- aa Blueskin, Mr. H. Daniels as Mondez, Mr. liaygarth aa 'Mr. Wood, Miss Emma Temple as Winifred Wood, Mis3 A.' Bevan as Edgeworth Bess, Miss Bessio Major as Polly Stanmore, and Miss Marie Reddall as Kitty Kettleby. The...

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

THE LBADDfO- BEAJSD, SHAMROCK IS WHISKY, ' f HJEE AOT MELLOW. f ' SPIRIT IMPORTED. -*-v I«©ok for Fi^iz© -0©rap©s»«3 itader €apsM©s.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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CENTRAL CUMBERLAND v WAVERLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

CENTRAL CUMBERLAND v WAVERLEY. The chanoa of the Central Cumberland eleven compiling 194 rnns in one afternoon on tho Waver ley Ground waa regarded as scarcely bright, yet tliey succeeded yesterday afternoon In doinif bo. Tho finish was rather exciting, as Cumberland had lost eight wickets. F. Iredale played a very fine innings for 74 not ouc, and S. B. Walfot'd showed his best form iu malting 4'2. This pair made a very elfectivo stand early in the innings, byt the others, with tho exception of Brodie, O'lteilly and Pye.did not prove hard to dislodge. Triekett and Poraoll were the most giiocessfulbowlers for thp. local teiun, whose fielding was hardly as good as it might have been. Scores: — WAVEBIiET. First Innings ? ,,, ? 194 CENTRAL CUMBERLAND—Firat Innings. : F. A. Iredale, not Qijt ? ? 74. J. C, Wilson, b Beniell ? ? 1 S. It. Walford, o Hoskings, b Trichett 43 L. Pye, h Triekett ... ... ... ... 11 'VV. Lovorldge, b 'l'rickett ... 8 D. O'Beilly, c Bethel, b Pemell ... 17 . Antho...

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

Jg WAY . AND COMPANY. 1 EASTER COSTUMES. |j ji To prevent disappointment, place your jij \y. orders for Costumes with us. We are well |j| j} known for Perfection of Fit, tbe Acme of jM 1 Fashion, and Moderation in Prices. fi-j !S COSTUMES TO ORDER IN THE jH ff FOLLOWING:— | ^ No. 1. — Oar 45s Tailor-made Gown is of Navy §j (or any other shade), in a line lista- 1 mene or Cheviot Serge, is a s-mart |j Morning Costume, well made, good t;| fit, and style. ;|fj i. No. 2. — A very excellent Costume, in any |ij '! color, of a fine Amazon Cloth, Tailor- ||1 j made, with Large Buttons, and very ,:1 i, fashionable cut. A Special Price, « ij ' to suit everybody,' only 47s 6d. ;ij - No, 3.— A very nice, smart Gown, of Dark '-J Colorings, witb velvet finishings. ' Price, 49s 6d. fj] ? No. 4. — A large aud Varied Assortment of ;j Autumn Tweeds, in exquisite mix- H ;s tures, of which we are prepared to J make a Stylish Costume, trimmed '*'] S silk Velvet, or with the New Cape j Sleeves, for 59s 6...

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A NOVEL DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

A iWKL Wm-AY. A unique and interesting exhibit in conneo, tion with the approaching Kennel Club Show was given in the window of Messrs. Hordern i Bros., fitt-streeb, this week, and tho arratigt- I ment of which reflected the utmost credit oii I tho firm. Iu addition to the trophies to bt ! computed for, there wore a number of dog». including a pure-bred terrier pup of diminutive dimensions, and Mr. G. F. Williamson's great St. Bernard, Captain II. Tho total value of tho dogs shown in this window is computed afc net less than £500, and tbe hovel display attracted a great amount of public attention. The paragraph last; week concerning the indisposition of- Mr. Fraser, UnderSecre tary for Justice, led to some misapprehen sion. Though Mr. Fraser by medical advice remained indoors, he attended to all departmental papers, &c., at hi3 private house, and there was no need to appoint anyone to take temporary charge at the Department of Justice. Mr. M'Nivon, chief clerk, being next iu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GREAT SCANDAL OSCAR WILDE ARRESTED. He Writes to the Press. VISITED BY LORD ALFRED DOUGLAS. Wilde's Name Removed From the Playbills-The Marquis Accorded an Ovation. London, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

.THE GREAT SCANDAL OSCAR WILDg ARBESTED. . He Writes to tlie Press. . VISITED BY LOUD ALFRED . | DOUGLAS. £ Wilde's Mine Removed From the ^XayfeUls — Tfea Marquis Accorded an Ovation. (' Sunday Times ' Special Message.) London, April 6. Oscar Wilde was arrested at 6 o'clock on Friday night on an abominable charge, particulars of which came out in the recent proceedings against the Marquis of Queens berry. The theatrical managers in London have removed Oscar Wilde's name from the j playbills, but have not withdrawn his | plays. Lord Alfred Douglas, son of the Marquis of Queensberry, has had an interview with Oscar Wilde in his cell. The prisoner has written a letter to the Press saying that he is willing to bear the ignominy in order to avoid compelling Lord Alfred Douglas to give evidence against' his father. Lord Douglas, Wilde assarts, is anxious to give evidence, but he (Wilde) will not allow it. After the Marquis of Queensberry was acquitted he received a great public ovation. ^...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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PREMATURELY BURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

PREMATURELY BURNED. A. CONSIGNMENT of 680,000 Frossard's Cavour Cigars, lutended for thid market, were con sumed in a manner not contemplated by the makers by a fire on board the steamer Aus tralien 011 her last trip hither from Marseilles. It appears that the fire broke out in one of the holds before the steamer reached Mahd (Leychelles), and was ojily extinguished alter arrival at that port, and the greater portion of the above parcel of cigars were destroyed, the balance in a more or less damaged condi tion having been landed at Mah£. The effect of this will be to make the supply of t.bis favorite brand of cigars very short iu this colony for a month at least. It may be men tioned that Mr. Frossard was a passenger to Sydney by the Austraiien, which arrived here yesterday.

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

PERSONAL. Mrs. R. L. Stevenson was amon£ the passengers by tlie Orizaba yesterday. Sir Maurice O'Rorke, Speaker of the New Zealand Assembly, and Bishop Wil son (Melanesia) are passengers by the Monowai, due to-day. Max O'Rell, having challenged Mark Twain to a duel, the latter will be allowed choice of weapons, and will, no doubt, name 'brick-bats, at forty paces.' The Gaiety girls have got in somo good Australian display advertising up to date, and if the lady -with the blue eyes, long eyelashes, rosebuddips, and feathery hair, &c. ( vide daily papers) knows her cue they will get; a good deal more. Jabez Spencer Balfour, of Liberator frauds notoriety, will be in British bands during the week, unless he has sufficient money left to bribe his guards. He is on his way to Buenos Ayre3 to be given up. The reason probably is because bis money has run out. Mr. P. E. Quinn, of Sydney, has a story in ' The Idler ' for February called 'The Chump's Sacrifice.' It is a drovar's yarn, t...

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

BY THE WAY. Amongst modern, miracles there would seem to be nothing quite equal to an election of any kind for resurrection pur poses. Instances are not unknown in con nection -with either 'Parliamentary or Municipal contests of the revivifying pro perties or polling day, which seems to act as magically amongst defunot voter3 as ths celebrated whisky regarding which Tim Finnegan pathetically enquired if it were reasonable to suppose that he would remain dead ' when the like 0' that's about.' The Sydney Hospital have lately had a similar experience in connection with the election of its committee, oven a -dcccased Chinaman having, it appears, felt fche call to vote stronger thati death. This, ought to be a good line for the medical officers of the institution to work upon. When every, thing else fails, let them get up. an election and ' exhibit ' a votors' roll. P Q The public will be relieved to know that the time has once more come round for tha Marine Board to go syiid see if the ...

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

THE CHINESE EVIL. Siii,— Some few years ago, when the bmplpyaioiifc. ; pf Ch'iheso seemed likely to in toff ore 'with the interests of the mari time workerrij an agilation was set afoot that resulted in effectually stopping their adyanoe in that particular direction. To do.j apparently the business man with his invested Capital is ot lea3 importance in our system of domestic economy than was the seaman, whose homo, and mui'n interests are located thousands of miles away, for although blocked in one direction, John turns up smiling in another, and now instead of con fining liis talents to the trimming of coal, or the manufacture of dry-hash, ho deals out tea, sugar, and general merchandise in the back blooks, produce in Paddy's Market, and furni ture in all direotions. Nor is this the worst. Of the thoudands of Chinese employed in various pursuits in this colony, a large, a very large, percentage, aro neither more nor less tban slavos. They are imported as a lino of mor ohandise from...

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A TON OF DIAMONDS. An Estimate of the Wealth of the Monte Christo Mine. A "Wash-up" at the Mines Department-Sale of the Mine. An Interview. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

A TON OF DIAMONDS. An Estimate of -the Wealth of the Monte Ohristo Mine. A ' Wash-up ' at the Mines Depart' ment— Sale of the Mine. An Interview. No one who aaw Captain Rogers, - ' the modern Count of Monte Christo,' leaning over a tub at the Mines Department on Wednesday, washing out a thirty-pound parcel of diamond dirt, would have guessed his age as 86. That, however, io his score, aud he looks good to top fche centurv. The Captain has been having a trip on the strength of selling the Monto Christo diamond mine at Bingara, and while iu Sydney he agreed to personally wash out the parcel of dirt before alluded to, whioh he had sent down to a friend somo time previouslj-. There was a representative attendance of experts, including officers of the Minas Department, The Minister for Mines, tho Hon./ Sydney Smith, was also present. Tho Captain ex plained that the dirt came from a part of the mine yielding usually 2500 diamonds to tho load. The washing out, which included the passing of...

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CUSTOMS RETURNS. CUSTOM HOUSE, Saturday, Noon. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

CUSTOMS RETURNS. , Custom House, Saturday, Noon. The following is a return of the duties col lected at II. M. Customs, Sydney, for the week ended at noou yesterday Monday, April 1 ? ? j88,59S Tuesday, „ 2 ... ... ... , 7,403 Wednesday, ,, 3 ? ? 10,393 Thursday, ' 4 ... ? 7,825 Friday, „ 5 ? 10,017 Saturday ,, 6 .., .. ... 1,601 Total .. ... ... .£45,833 Receipts for week ended '30/3/05 ... .85,474 Inorease ... ? - ... .£10,359

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THE RISE IN WATER. Complaints Against the Water and Sewerage Board. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

THE RISE IN WATER. : Complaints Against the Water and Sewbragre B.oard. Complaints continue, to reach us regarding the inorease in the water rates riade by the Water and Seworago Board, and whioh iu some casos np;}3ar to be very considerable. A resident of Atniandalo lids sb'ow'n 'us his re ceipts, from v(hich it appearjt that for the first half or lby4 ue paid lis 0d, ior the second half of that year 14s l)d for the same pre mises, and for, the first half of tho present year he has been' served with a notice to ppy 153 fid if paid before March 31, atid if not paid by tliat ? date 17s 2d, showing a total increase iu nine months of 5s 5d, or nearly 50. per cent. If. this is a fair specimen of the manner in which the water rates have been raised, it is nob Surprising that so much dis content has been Expressed, as at the rat& of progress shown in tho above caso water in the city aud suburbs - will soon, become as expeu sive as at VVyalong or Coolgardie.

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GENERAL COAL STRIKE. STAGNATION OF TRADE WILL RESULT, Businesses to be Closed. NEWCASTLE, Saturday, Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

GENERAL COAL STRIKE. STAGNATION OF TBADE WILL BESULT, Businesses to be Closed. (by wire— from otjs own correspondent.) Newcastle, Saturday .Night. ^The coal troubles have now reached a final ttapo. Although the Miners' Delegate Board Ere keeping matters as quiet as possible, it is well known that there was a sufficient majority in the ballot taken the other day for a general strike. Several minora lodges at their meetings this evening received delegate minutes to that effect, an-J the masters of some of tbe collieries have been notified of the in tention of tho men to cease work after 14 cavs. It is understood that tlie Colliery at present worked by non-unionists is not able to supply tha trade. The miners were of opinion that tho collieries which were working at satis factory prioek, would have a largo majority e gainst the' strike in the ballot', fcrttt friuiid tb'jir anticipation incorrect. i Trad 3 will be stagnated if all the miners ccme out, aud several business people have ti...

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

Hidden within this Soap is a weapon which in the handB of even the weakest woman is powerful to destroy all thoae unseen - j ?'$$$$$& . ... . ? ? Remarkable Experiments With this SO»P made by' Dr. Karl EnOCll. ChemlSCh ' HygieniSCheff germs by whieb infections diseases are sown and spread. ; \Sn'» 'Ta^X K f$ * \ n& ' 'r$ \ V |2 / ''?.?? - - * , „ v ?? ' . ? , ° In plain English lilFJEBlUOY SOAP is bo strongly impregnated with a potent disinfectant (i.e., a killer of infeotion) , 1 O j ' for,, . . t that its nse will ensure the utter destruction of all germs of diBeaae, whioh, because unseen, are often unsuspected until they have |3jgjjjj|| , , ' { 1 j / p1' \ \ LEVER BROS., Limited) Have received th§fol|£^|ng- ^porraHfeonoy Royal Disinfectant Soap ?— produced their deadly fruit. ,'v V ? * pv] '' t — . \ ' , J ? ' - '] \ '^^^7 ' T^e examination of the sample of LIFEBUOY -EdTTAL DISINFECTANT SOAP furnished to me by the Hamburtr Agonta Where there are dirty boards, filt...

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WITH SYDNEY'S POOR. FAMILIES THAT LIVE ON ABOUT A SHILLING A DAY. How the Children Fare. DISTRESSING SCENES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

WITH SYDNEY'S POOR. - ~ '¥?. FAMILIES THAT LIYE ON ABOUT A SHILLING A DAY. . How the Children Fare. J . ^ mm—mmmm * * - DIGRESSING SCENES. (BY A ' SUNDAT TIMES' SPECIAL.) . 'My eon is ashamed; he is hiding in the yard.' And little wonder ! The shockingly desti tute condition of his widowed mother and his four brothers, his own balf-clad form and bare feet, and the empty, gloomy rooms were faots too keenly present in his mind to allow him to be at his ease with visitors. So ha hid in the yard. As to the visitors, they were not there to satisfy the morbid curiosity which has impelled many of late years to go aslum ming. They were there to view the condi tions under which the poor live, with the object of acquainting the public and stimu lating the charitable. The party consisted of Mr. Edward Maxted (manager of the Benevolent Society of New South Wales), Mr. J. P. Grant (Out-door Relief Inspec tor), and the writer — all familiar with dis tressful scenes among the poor and outcast of t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

Fuineirals. TSS FRIENDS of HARRY and MINNIE LEWIS are invited to attend the Funeral of thpir. dearly beloved Daufjhtor, MAY LILLIAN AUGUSTA, to ihove from their residence, 15 ^OuBg-strofit, Eedfern, at 2 p.m. THIS DAY, for Waverley Cemetery. Mrs .P. KIBBY, Undertaker, Hunter-street, Sydney. rrUIE FRIENDS of Hrs, C. Byrho are Hndly . ?'iff, -'litvitgd to- ottflfid tils Fuheril of her doirly beloved DAUGHTER, Madge, to move from hor rcSie.flUdo. £:i Doaham - strdat, Globs, THIS (SUNDAY) AFTERNOON, at 1.C0 ,p.n:, for B.CV Cemetery, Eookwood. WOOD and COMPANY, Undertakers, rtHHE FRIENDS of Mr. GEORGE M'CREDIE JL are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of , his late beloved eldest SON, James Thomes, which will leave his residence, Eowa, Glebe-road, Glebe Point, THIS ^SUNDAY) AFTERNOON, at half- . rant 1 o'clock, to Presbyterian Cemetery, Eookwoo'd; ' f . \/OOD T.tid COMPANY, Undortakew and Em- i Dslaidrfl, Sydaoy, littlliiain, PotSrshani 'and Noitli ? Sr^y.' 2cl.f23. ? .

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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

HEEE AND THERE. A few bright farthings in evidence again Vesterday. Civil Service Commission hand in their report to-morrow. Rabbit Conference decision : Legislation is no t;ood, but we'll have some more of it anyhow, ou spec. 9 The author of ' Barabbaa ' considers the | 8 revised edition of the New Testament a I pe-iantic spoilt version. 'ireat exercise for citizens yesterday, dodging the ladies with the 'Hospital Saturday ' collection boxes. Mr. Russell's forecast for to-day : — Light variable winds, chiefly from S. to N., leather unsettled, showers probable. ' About 100,000 persons visit the Sydney Zoological Gardens annually. The gardens cost nearly .£3000 a year to run on attrac tive and up to date lines. ?Tha Eailway Commissioners yesterday morning paid a visit to the Milson's Poinfc Hornsby Line for the purpose of enquiring into certain local departmental matters. Five guineas a day and free railway J lasses 6hould certainly be a sufficient travel ing allowance for a judge an...

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

? ? I ? — ? ? ? ... ? ? ? . , — : — -T- ? 7— ? ? — — ? . — LADIES*! OUR ANNUAL SALENS NOW ON ? J QNJE VISIT WILL MQBE THAN KEPAY 10U. O-E N'TJINM EEDTJGTIOlSrS I3ST EVEIiY i' . , FOR INSTANCE, LADIES' WHITE UN I- R RSMRTS. Deep Lace Frills, from Is 9d ; ' ' ? to 4s lid. .. ' . - A Grand Show of UNDERCLOTHING Equally Cheap.' — - CORSETS—' THE CLARENCE,' raduced to 2s 6*d; usual price, 3a lid, : ' LA BELLE,' in Black and Colors, reduced to 2s 11-jd; usual price, 43 lid X . 'THE NELLIE STEWART/' with Shoulder-straps, reduced to 33 ll^d , 7- usual price, 5s lid. - 1 ' , ' BLOUSES. BLOUSES. ' BLOUSES. Pirik and Blue Zephyr, with deep frilla, only Is DJd. ? Wpit.e,1 Pink, and Blue Zephyrs, deep fine lace collar, only 2s lid. -.?=?' Heliotrope, Wbito, tink, and Blue Zephyr, trimmed fine lace and inBerj^on, gsly §_a ;HJd. In Shot Silk, trimmed laco insertion, onlv 43 lid ; trimmed jet, 53 lid' ~ - LADIES' CAMBRIC COSTUMES, trimmed, from 4a lid. SBRGE DRESS SKIRTS, all colors, trimmed, from ...

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

A dance to augment the funds of tlie Ladies' Aid Society will be held in tlie Town Hall, Paddington, on Thursday, May 2, tinder the same management as the dance held last year. The ninth annual ball of the New South Wales (Volunteer) Artillery is announced for Friday, May 17, in the Town Hall, Paddiugr ton, under the patronage of Colonel F. Wells (Commanding Second Garrison I-ivison) and ' Lieutenant-Colonel H. P. Airey, D.S.O. (Com manding Field Brigade). 'The Randwick Football Club propose holding a dance early in May in the Town Hall, Paddington. A surprise party was tendered Mrs. Gallagher, of Riley-street, Snrry Hills, on the , avening of the 23rd ult. The evening was pleasantly 6pent in dancing, singing, and - games. Tho Katoomba Lawn Tennis Club gave their ball on Friday, March 29, in the ' Carrington,' Katoomba, it being a brilliant success. The assembly held at Professor West a academy on Wednesday by Messrs. Hughes and Smithers was, as usual, largely attended. The visitors...

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