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THE CYCLISTS AND THE COLLECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

THE CYCLISTS AND THE COLLECTORS. Some of the - wheeling fraternity pedalled round the- town, enjoying an immunity from attack by the beauteous beggars, aud appa rently delighted at the sight of the girls bailing up all and sundry ou the footpaths. Most cyclists had quite a good time, as few of tho red-oross demoiselles displayed sufficient temerity to tackle a man in motion on his wheel, although they had no qualms about hailing 'buses and cabs and lyinning tho rule, as it were, over the occupants. Just about 1 o'clook the ladies at the Park-street corner, near the Town Hall, were doing a roaring trade. They had forsaken the footpaths and barrod tho roadway with their precious persons, bailing up the Railway, Glebe Point, and other omnibuses, and relieving the straw hat and bell-topper brigades of superfluous silver, much to the undisguised amusement of an assemblage numbering several hundreds standing on the side-walk. The sight of the ' poor beggars on tho 'bus' — a railway four h...

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

0UK TELEPHONE. ' -«7V. Hello, Exchange 1 Glue us the Marine Board on board the Bega at Kiama. . Right-ok ; the Bega is hove to. Bega ahoy! That you, skipper? What about tho lighthouses — all right up to now ? Pretty well, thanks ; but shiver my timbers, couldn't you wait till our return ? Is the anxiety at Sydnoy so very intense? Fever heat is no name for ifc. Quite sure you naven fc miaBed any lighthouses ? j Certainly not. Surely the police haven't discovered any loose ones that they want owners for? No, it isn't that, but we feared that you might be one of the 'ships that pass in tbe night ' with only a signal shown and a dis tant drink in the darknoss. Hardly ; don't you know that this is a strictly business trip, and we have to be in port at night ? Well, you might try sherry for a change; but how are the gallant boarders standing the voyage? Do they practise splicing the inain brai:e regularly ? Most religiously — that and inspecting light houses are thoir main objects in lif-...

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

THE RESULT. 'Twas-- past- 1 o'olock a.m. when the total was mado up-, and tho, magnificent sum of - £2635 Ss. 3d. was the- result of the day's labor. The pro ceeds of a concert, a f£te at Waverley, and a matinee performance at Her' Majesty's Thoatre'.have still to come in. As far as 'oouhl be ascertained, the largest takings w£re abp.ut 4J74 oach at tho Australia Hotel by l|rs? Harvey and Mrs. B. Marks, and the same at Anthoxiy HorderhV by Mrs'. Hawley Wilsop. . Last year the total for the day waa JJ1675. A hundred bank offloials were en* gaftsd in oounting tho mcDoy. A- BUSH ON THE' BANK OF N.S.W. . . Collectors paying in.

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

FETE AT WAVERLEY. A grand fair and fdte in aid of the Hospitals' ' Fund, under Waverley Bowling Club auspices, was opened yesterday by Alderman G- J* Waterhquse. There were three tents of fancy goods and flowers, and refreshments wore provided, There was a good attendance.

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

- ? THE BICYCLE SPORTS. A contingent of the lady collectors were out at the Sydney Cricket Ground very early, and allowed neither man, woman,. nor child to esoape an appeal. They remained until- after everyone had gone, and were rewarded for their assiduity by a good dividend.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
1000 CHILDREN REQUIRE FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

1000 CHILDREN It ICQ (J IB K FOOD. We have to acknowledge the following sub scriptions in connection with the appeal of the Beuevolent Society for funds : — Marie Simmons, ' Windermere,' Cleve land-street ? £2 2 0 Joel Phillips, 118 Market-street ? 10 0 The latter writes : ' Ifc is indeed a case where a little charity ought to be bestowed.' Other subscriptions, large or small, will be aoknowledgod as received.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH FROM EXPOSURE. MELBOURNE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

DEATH FROM EXPOSURE. (by WIRE — PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Melbourne, Saturday Night. Mrs. Cleave, the old lady who wandered away from her home at Traralgon, died this morning.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAPTAIN CLOSE "ON LEAVE." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

CAPTAIN CLOSE ' ON LEAVE.' Captain Close has been released from arrest, and is now 'on leave.' It is stated that although the decision of the Executive is iu his favor, he will resign.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BERNARD'S FINE ART GALLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

BERNARD'S FINE ART GALLERY. Mr. D. Bernard, who has for some years carried on business in George-street, near Lassetter's, has recently removed to much larger premises on the opposite side of the road, close to the Strand Arcade. On the 30th ult. the new galleries were opened by the Mayor of Sydney, Aid. S. E. Lees, M.L.A., in the presence of a large number of visitors, who were conducted by Mr. Bernard over the building. No expense { has been spared in making the galleries not only an ornament and a credit to Sydney, but also about tbe best of their kind in the : colonies. Tho greatest taste has been shown in the arrangement and display - of the vary extensive collcotion of engravings, etchings, lithographs, photogravures,' arid pictures of all kinds, aud he or sho must be very hard to please who cannot find some work of art to take their fancy after a stroll round the rooms. The stock of mouldings and frames of every description must be seen to be believed, and they are bo classif...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"BAIL UP!" HOSPITAL SATURDAY IN THE METROPOLIS. ALL SYDNEY SURRENDERS TO LADY COLLECTORS. Scenes in the Streets. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

'BAIL 'UP I'' HOSPITAL SATURDAY IN . , THE MITOPOLIS. ALL SYDNEY SURRENDERS TO LADY COLLECTORS. Scenes in the Streets. £262*5 COliLiEOTJ^D* Most Sydney, people, barring the inmates of gaols or lunatic asylums, knew it was Hospital Saturday yesterday. There was no excuse for not knowing it. For several days previously large posters bearing a scarlet Maltese cross copppicuousjy printed on a white ground had announced the fact on city hoardings, at railway stations, on board the ferry-boats, and wherever people most do congregate, and if by reason of absent-mindedness- pr ajiy other cause any person having business or pleasure in the city remained oblivious of the circum stance, he or she was forcibly awakened from a state of .blissful ignorance by the personal intervention of the ladies con nected with the movement yesterday. It is barely twelve months since the holding of the first Hospital Saturday in Sydney, which was held on April 28, 1S94, but the leading features were once again...

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

THE rOUNQ MAN ' HAD.' ' The _ dodge coin '' yesterday was tho new five-shilling piece. Generous gentlemen who were equipped with this would affect toendeavor to put it in a collector's box, and upon the aperturo being found too small (a fact needless to say known in advance) the would-be contri butor would take his departure with tho jocular remark, 'Oh well, if voil don't mn,kfl nrnnor I provision for recei ving money I can't help it I' Suggestions that it should be thrown on the large collecting box were of oourse unheard. In , one case, however, a gentleman 'fell The lady he met had been apprised of tho little trick, and was prepared, (i ' ^.an'. something?' asked the young man ; all right, I'll give you this,' drawing out the five-shilling pieco and endeavoring to put it in the box. '' Thank you ! ' said the young lady, deftly grabbing it from his hand. Then, Beriously, as though she were not aware of his intention, It won't go in there. It's very kind of you to give so much !''...

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

ENTHUSIASTIC WORKERS. Immediately upon coaclusion of tho service at the Synagogue in the morning, the Jewish lagies could be seen making their way to- the stands allotted them ; in some instances ad justing their bands of office as they went. Ihey were quickly at work, and most effec* tively, too, in direofcing the Streams of silver and copper into their boxes.

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

CHANGING FACES. Those who travelled a good deal about the oity must have noticed that the best-looking girls and women were ou duty in the morning. In the afternoon, when the majority of the ladies who had been ou duty in the morning wore relieved or had left for the races or tha cycling carnival, there to further pursue iho humble brown and nimble sixpenoe, it was notioeable that the now guardians of the col- ? lection boxes and stands were not so attrac tive as their predecessors. Of course this is speaking generally. There were a few pretty faces seen iu the afternoon, and thoy were all tho more conspiouous, owing to th® ciroumstance of their rarity. This on the authority of our art critic only.

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

STOOPING TO CONQUER. OocasionaUy drivers of vehicles who were, or pretended to bo, in a tromondous hurry, threw coins to the ladies without slacking speed ; but though the action did not seem particularly gallant or polite, tho fact was overlooked by the fair uolleotors. who did not disdain to grope in tho dirt for the monoy, sometimes afc the imminent risk of being run over. Others ran out into tho middle of the street to passing omnibuses, and whilst tho drivers accommodatingly slowed up, held out and rattled their boxes, with the usual result of obtaining a few stray coins from the pas sengers.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ESCAPE BY 'BUS AND CAB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 7 April 1895

ESCAPE BY 'BUS AND CAB. Although the bulk of the people contributed willingly to the extent of their means — and some, no doubt, beyond — still a good many sought escape (after paying toll once or twice in the majority of-.oases, perhaps) by travelling in 'bus, tram, or cab instead of walking. The takings of the 'bus proprietors and cabmen must havo shown an increase yesterday over the previous Saturday.

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

- A CONSIDERATE ACT. It may be mentioned that Mr. Quong Tart, with characteristic consideration ancf gene rosity, provided free refreshments for tha ladies engaged in the work of collecting. A number of other caterers and hotel proprietors also showed their sympathy with the move- ? ment in a similar direction. The Bank of N.S.W, also very considerately provided re freshments for all the ladies who visited the bank with their loads of ooin. THEY COULD NOT ESCAPE HER.'

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

RELEASE OF KAMPRAD. In, January last we called attention to the case of a working watchmaker named Kam prad, who was sentenced at the Paddington Court under an Act of George IV. on a charge of removing property in order to avoid a levy for rent. The property consisted of some watches entrusted to him for repairs, and was removed to premises a few doors from those he had left. The arbitrary and oppressive nature of the sentence was pointed out by the Sunday Times, following which a petition was got up and presented to the Minister of Justice, praying for the man's release, with the result that on Monday last Kamprad was discharged from gaol after serving nine weeks of the sentence.

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

PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. ' Cosmos,' for March, is a good average number. A sketch of Mr. Livingstone Hop kins, cartoonist, by Mrs. Charles Bright, the capable editress, is interesting, and Mr. C. M'Kay Smith's article on Sir Oswald Walter Brierly is also readable. The best of the verse is Mr. J. E. S. Henerie's ' A City Fern.' It is not the mechanical stuff that is too often passed off as poetry.' The articles in the number are not of wide general interest. Mr. Walter F. Gale treats on ' Tbe British Astronomical Association and its New South Wales Branch,' and Mr. B. R. Wise wearies the reader with his studied periods and yawn-provoking platitudes 011 Land Taxa tion. Of the stories, Miss Evelyn Adams' is the best, but it would have been better had the editor meat-axed it a bit here and there. Messrs. Mitchell and Piatt, druggists, Lon don, Ont., write: 'We have sold the Canadian Healing OU since its- first introduc tion, and we can safely say no medicine on our shelves has had a large...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 14 April 1895

H /COUNTRY VISITORS TO 1] XX SYDNEY XI XX ARE RESPECTFULLY INVITED TO XI XX VISIT QUE ESTABLISHMENT XI XX AND SEE THE SPLENDID VALUE X2 XX we AEE OFFERING IN X3 XX WINTER GOODS OF EVERT XI || DESCRIPTION. § yY — — «-y- Our Dressmalcer or Tailor (as the case -y} rY may be) will be pleased to take your £v measure for future reference, and in ^ yy case you wish to order costumes or Suits yy from your country address this ensures yy exact fits. OUE ESTABLISHMENT WILL BE CLOSED TO-MORROW (EASTER MONDAY), xi S3; BUT EE-OPENED ON TUESDAY XI XX AS USUAL. X2 £X MAKE A POINT OF VISITING US X2 XX BEFOEE YOU LEAVE TOWN. X3 px HORDERN- BROTHERS, |a ££ 203 to 211 PITT-STEEET ti rv- (Between King and Market streets), -y-. SYDNEY. ^3 EXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX2 mYTYTYY XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJS.XXX2

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 14 April 1895

ITEMS OF INTEREST. ' Fat stock and fat stock salesmen.' See Illustrated descriptive article on Homebush, page 3. Umbrellas made of varnished paper are com ing into favor in France. Our famous American Letter. See next Wednesday's issue of the Refef.ee. Amykos is excellent for chapped hands.* Nineteen and a half stone is the ordinary total weight carried by a British trooper's horse. Where shall we dine? The John Bull Catering Co., 72 King-street. 3 courses, 9d.* The impecunious young man who marries a girl with a substantial cheque attached may very properly be said to have been check mated. At the J.B.C.C., 72 King-st. Soup, cut of Toast sirloin, vegetables, sweets, bread and butter, tea, 9d. Try them. You will get value.' ' What interesting stories of travel Duflix tells ! He must have roved a great_ deal.' 'No-o — he's always been here. But his mind wanders. ' Silvester Bros.' pork sausages are like those you get at ' home.' Try them yourself.' The passengers on English railways ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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