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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 14 April 1895

? ? Fish, tlame, Mills. N.S.W. FRESH FOOD MD ICE CO., LTD, Head Office : 25 HARBOR-STREET. Citt Depots s 92 KING-STREET. v Citt Depots : 135 KING-STREET. City Depots: 23 ROYAL ARCADE. FOR MILE - CREAM It)E ..j ' BUTTER PISH GAME POULTRY PASTRY, &c. H. PATESON, Manager. Sydney, April 1895. BODALLA CHEESE The Finest in the Market. Our Registered Brand is on Every Cheese. BODALLA BACON Corn Fed and Mild Cure. BODALLA HAMS Zn get up and quality are Equal to the Best ENGLISH. JOHN SeSaRWIN, WHOLESALE AGENT, 229 iSUSSEX-STREET. ? ? Hotels. ROBERTS' SINGLE BOTTLE DEPARTMENT, MARKET-STREET, Next Geoege-steeet. LOOK AT THE PRICES. HENNESSY'S *** PALE BRANDY, 6s 3d i USHER'S SPECIAL BESEBVE WHISKY, 4s. BROWN'S FOUR CROWN WHISKY, 3s 9d. 'WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS, 4s and 2a. CARTER'S HOTEL, Corner of PAKE and GEORGE STREETS. This Well-known, Popular, and Old-Established Hotel is conducted uuder a thoroughly practical management. Only the VERY BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS, WIN iiS, &c., are se...

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

BATHING IN THE HARBOR. Perhaps there is no plaoe in the 'world more inviting for sea bathing than Syd ney Harbor ? and its n eighboring estu aries, and perhaps there ure fewer places, comparatively speaking, with fewer I facilities than the same harbor, for the grati fication of bathers and swimmers. Not naturally certainly, but legally, yes. It seems almost beyond realisation that a man cannot bathe at certain places on the shores of tbe harbor without running the risk of pro secution. While not advocating bathing within view of populated parts, reason can offer no objection to persons enjoying a salt water bath in places outside the range of | vision of the particular. There are many little bays and inlets on the shores of Port Jackson which are unfrequented except by a few, and if that few choose to take advantage of the circumstances, and divest themselves of their clothes for the sake of a dip, who but the most hypercritical would find fault with them? Mr. Shipway the other eve...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SPIRITUALISTIC TEST SEANCES. Statements by Mrs. Mellon and a Member of the Investigation Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 14 April 1895

THE SPIRITUALISTIC TEST SEANCES. Statements by Mrs. Mellon and a Member of the Investigation Committee. It will be remembered by readers of the Sunday Times that in November last we published a report from a committee ap pointed by and under the presidency of Sir William Windeyer for the purpose of testing: certain spiritualistic phenomena. alleged to be produced through the mediumship of Mrs. Mellon. The report, ; which was dated November 29, 1894, stated that the committee felt it their duty to discontinue the investigation till Mrs. Mellon was in better health, but expressed an intention to continue the enquiry on her restoration to health. As over four months have elapsed since the publication of the above, and no further report has been published, we decided to make some enquiries, considering that some further statement from the committee | is due to the public on the matter. I A representative of the Sunday Times accordingly saw Mrs. Mellon on Tuesday last. That lady, who app...

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

SEND YOUR ORDERS TO A/ E. ROBERTS THE LIVE GROCER, ?79 G-EOEGE-STREET 'WEST. *7Q COMPANY'S SUGAR 2d per lb., 2d per lb., 2d per lb. Bib. SUGAR, with lib BEST N.S. TEA, for 2s. i-chest PANYONG TEA, with BA* OF SUGAR, for 16s. 401b. i-ohest N.S. TEA, with BAG OF SUGAR, for 27s 6d. All Other Lines Equally as Cheap. Orders Daily Pouring In. ? SEND FOB NEW PRCIELIST. ? _ j GRAND DISTRIBUTION j OF THE FAMOUS ST. ALBANS ESTATE AW STUD, I GrEEILiOISTGr, . YICTOEIA. Conducted by Mr. GEORGE ADAMS (Tattersall). £125,000 SHARES AT £1 EACH, DIVIDED INTO 130 PRIZES, which will include the Estate of 842 Acres; Famous Stallions — Trenton Eiridspord, Robinson Crusoe, Bill of Portland, and Strathmore; 57 Thorough bred Brood Mares ; 19 Racehorses, including Carnage, Havoc, Wallace, Brad ford, Nada, Challenger, and other Celebrities; Yearlings, Foals, Draught Horses, &c., &c. Early Application is Necessary, as the List is Filling Up Rapidly. All Overflow Money will be placed in the ^£10...

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

WASH AND BRUSH-UP FREE BURT0FS HAT SALE. i ? ? i A IRjTNGrTNGr SUCCESS. TTAT?,T) HATS Ss ?OXFOED SH3ETS is 94. BURTON WANTS MONET. ^ r 70 MARKET-STREET.

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

A CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE SHAYE All who enjoy a clean and comfortable shave, neat hair-cut and 'trimmings' (and who does not), need but become acquainted with Mr. A. J. Haynes' saloon, No. 30, upstairB in the Sydney Arcade. A very great number of people already are aware of the merits of this particular establishment, for the five chairs, presided over by artists in the tonsorial line, are constantly in use, under Mr. Haynes' per sonal supervision. Mr. Haynes, who has had a lengthy; experience in London, the English provinces and the colonies, imports his own goods, and that is the reason why his razors, strops, brushes, toilet articles, and special preparations are of such excellent quality. The saloon is well lighted, and fitted up with every modern convenience that can in any way tend to the comfort and enjoyment of those ! who patronise it.

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

[?] ENGAGEMENTS. ' Aprtt.. 15 — Pringle and Miller's Holiday As., Pad'ton T.H- 15 — Mr. Marshall's Holiday Social, Leigh House. 15 — Walton's. Holiday Assembly, Surreyville. 16 — E. Brown's Assembly, Paddington Town Hall. 16 — Pringle and Miller's Assembly, Leigh House. 16 — Almack Social Club Dance. 17 — Nithsdale Assembly. 17 — Hughes and Smithers' Assembly, Leigh House. 17 — Mrs. Clitherow's Weekly Assembly, 76 William street. 17 — Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Needs* Weekly Assembly. 18 — Professor Smith's Weekly Assembly. 18 — The Waverley Ball. 20 — Mr. Marshall's Afternoon Assembly, Leigh H. 24 — Masked Ball, Leichhardt. May. 1 — Hughes and Smithers' second annual P. and F. dress ball. Double ticket, 7s 6d. Leigh House. 1 — Good Samaritan Convent Dance. 2 — Ladies' Aid Society Dance. 3 — Eandwick F.C. Ball. 6 — Mr. Marshall's First Ball, Leigh Houa® 8 — Lewisliam Hospital Ball. 17— N.S.W. V. A. Annual Ball. 29— Eandwick E.C. Church B . _ The date for the annual ball in aid of the funds...

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

THE MAILS. MONDAY. Launcestok and Hobakt, via Melbourne, ,9 a.m. Heriubcla and Eden, 9 a.m. B.M.S. Orizaba (letters addressed to persons on board, overland to Adelaide), 9 a.m. Auckland, &c.. New Zealand, Navigators' Islands, Honolulu, United States op America, Canada, United Kingdom, and Continent or Kcrope, A. and A. s.s. Mariposa, 3.30 p.m. United Kingdom, India, and Contiheht or Europe (overland to Adelaide and thence per Orizaba), 4 p.m.

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 — 14 April 1895

SHIPPING. THE TIDES. HIGH WATER—SYDNEY COVE. Horning. Afternoon, Date h. m. b. m. Be*®**. April 14 ... ... li 21 ... 11 48 HoxnAr, »? 15 ? — ... 12 6 lemur, 16 ? 12 30 ... 12 54 Widhhdat „ 17 ... ... 1 22 ... 1 49 Iiehbdat, ii 18 ? ? 2 22 ... 2 54 FHDir, „ 19 ? 3 27 ... 3 59 filUSDAT. „ 20 ? 4 30 ... 5 1 ARRIVALS— April 13. i Catterthun, str, 2179 tons. Captain Neil Shannon, (torn Hongkong, via ports. Victoria, str, 1250 tons, Captain D. Calder, from Fiii. iramac, str, 2114 tons, Captain B. Armstrong, from Melbourne. Arawatta, str, 2114 tons, Captain F. G. Lee, from Brisbane. _ - Leurit, str, 1186 tons, Captain B, B. Brown, from Brisbane. Voitini. str. 1X14 tnn -3 Pontain T? -T SririnTini- frnm Setastie. BuceplmluB, str, 1818 tons, Captain J. Firth, from Ji'etr castle. Oakland, str, 398 ton*, Captain B. Alley, from jichmond Biver. Germanic, §h, 1269 tons, Captain O. J. Sunde, from Cspt) Town. DEPARTURES— April 13. Tjrian, str, for Brisbane. Eurimblu, str, for Brisbane. Oouuli, str, ...

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

-.1 DEAE LADIES!, ftii!1 - - . . I |( 1 ASK YOm G£°CEE EOS- ? i femny's Blend. I „ CAPITAL f Ij||bi ml '^s *«- PACKETS, also 12, 20, and 401b | AIR-TIGHT CANISTERS. . [ .ii/p .? H ill'l ' SOLE AGENTS: . ^ _A_. GKRA.TT & CO.J PUZZLE —Find the Policeman. 116 LiYERPOGL-srjiEET. | ha.y:m.ajrjs::et loan office. : ' j £1 LEIT FOB, 8a. 1 ELLIS DAYIS Lends Money on all Jewellery, Yfatclies, Diamond Goods, &e., at tlie rate of (Jd per month in the £, and on large snms as low as 3d. I'liKELCl' Pill VAC Y. Walk iliron^ii jewellery Shop. IKIT855 GEORGE-STREET, HAYfflABKET, SYDNEY.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 14 April 1895

? Business Notices. ? E&XSaE NETS ? Just in, all colors, large size, 6d eaoh. Pinits anil Talis, all real Hair {20inc!ies lonp), c°lor, 5b Od eacb. Fringes made of Natural W Curly Hair, from 3s 6d eaoli. A Cutiins;s and Combings of fe, flf Ladies' Hair worked up for Dvr ounce. Private 'j : sdTho »r: '?'* ?'Vipsmada to /feaSf TT rcier. 'Wigs Ladies will save ICO per cent f by dealing with us, as w are cheaper than any Lous K in Sydney, Note the Ad V dreBS: W. H. 'WIGZELL, JA 12(- AVilliam-st., TVoolloo xnooloo (only), c'a'o'e Tram passes the door. Get out at Bourke-st. Post Orders punctually at tended to; 6d extra for j ? i'HQMOCEA'l _ ! ggjjg^ Instantly touches i : | i j Afflicted with Neuralgia, Lumbago, Paralysis.ConvuIsions, Bruises, Strained : ! Muscies, Pains in Joints, Aches ana i Sprains, Eczema, Burns, Toothache, i Paceache.Chllblalns, Hemorrhoids, Boils, j i Ulcers, Stings, Chaps, and ail kindred j Ills nnd Complaints. LORD CARRICK sa.ys Homocea cured . him of bleed...

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

VISITORS ^ SYDNEY. NO CHARG® FOR VISITING due immense show of mantles, millinery, costumes, capes, - UNDERCLOTHING, SI^KS, DRESS MATERIALS, &c., &c. 'We are Always E&fey. Onr Expenses are Small. WE GIVE THE BEST YALTJE IN THE CITT. osBORnsrE~A.isrD co, 57 OXFORD-STREET (NEW BUILDINGS-r-TWO MINUTES' PROM HYDE PARK). FREE INFORMATION. FOR BEADEB8 OF THE 'SUNDAY TIMES.' We desire it to be understood that, while I we endeavor to get thoroughly accurate advice for our readers, we in no way hold I ourselves responsible for the opinions | expressed. information coupon. Ap,r95.14' Sunday Times, no.c* This mast be cut out and forwarded with any question. NOTICE. We wish to remind our readers that free advice is intended only for those too 'poor to pay for it. PJBEE LEGAIi ADVICE. ANXIOtJS: No. Lex : Answer next week. Totst : Of course you c%u. J.H. : As soon us the momey is due. Engineer (Nadjingimtif) : Ycur only remedy is to [ see the company. [ C.B. : You can take ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARE WOMEN MORE TRUSTWORTHY THAN MEN ? [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 14 April 1895

ARE WOMEN MORE TRUSTWORTHY TIIAN MEN ? Hebe are a few more interesting letters, considered last -week in awarding the prize, but crowded over. The writers dis cuss the question, ' Are women more trust worthy than men in business, and friend ship,' and display good knowledge of the subiect : — WOMEN AEE BOEUT ACTORS. ' Observer ' remarks : — Shakespeare says, ' all the world's a stage,' and I think the ladies make by far the best performers. At hiding any emotion, or at rapid change of facial expression, they are perfection. No ono who has the least observation could have failed at some timo or other to notice the look of intense disgust, and smothered consignment to tho hot place, of some unexpeoted, unwelcome visitor, before opening the door, and after opening tho heavenly smile of welcome and the words, ' I'm so delighted to see you ! ' Then, again, where would your comic papers be but for this talk behind your back quality in the ladies ? Why, without the too talkative child and ...

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

— FOR — GOOD BOOTS AJSTD SHOES ? AT THE EIGHT PRICES, — coms TO — W. ^'filOKEX &. SONS, 576 GEORGE-STREET, Kear Bathurst-street, And 66 QXFOBD-STREET, Near Hydo Park. ? -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN'S VIEWS. And Chat Upon Interesting Topics. EASTER MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 14 April 1895

WOMEN'S VIEWS. And Cliat Upon Interesting Topics. EASTEE MORNING; The morning brings U3 the gladdest festival in Christendom, the commemora tion of an evont which settles the question of our immortality. I used to believe once that, in honor of the resurrection, the sun danced early on Easter morning. I ought to believe it yet, for I never got up to see. It is a great relief to find Lont over, and to know that one has got through holy week. Many people, by the way, believe that fasting is going out of fashion — even among the members of the Roman church. But? I haven't seen any signs. Anyway, the fish hawker doesn't think so, and he is as good an authority as the priest or parson. We aro such awful beef-eaters in this country that if we were legally compelled to abstain from flesh three or four periods in the year it would do the world of good to our constitutions and complexions. Byron, I know, argues that ' Man is a carniverous production, and cannot live as woodcocks clo, on suct...

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

? i- R I ST EI ? V-: EXTEA LIGHT, WHOLESOME, Jk.-NT- ,PALAO?ABLE, ? ? HEW BBEW NOW SELLING- ffBSELY. ^ f | 1 PATIIT^S'' HEMS? Al ItWILL GIVE AjmjFOR a -H ANDFUW? OF CHIPS' ? PRICE . iPisEJi feRfc. -8^3 .©.© fw lieS® % j ;b==£j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NEXT DISCUSSION. " Is it Better to Invest Savings in a Bank or in life Assurance Policies?" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 14 April 1895

T EE NEXT DISCUSSION.' 14 Is it Better to Invest Sayings in a Bank or in Life Assurance Policies?' For. I. consideration of this question and free discussion will, we think, bo of value to the people at large. The forms of lifo aesuranoo aro now bo varied that it is freely contended in some quarters that they afford equal if not superior attractions to tho Savings Bank or Funded Stook for thoso who require safo in vestments. Our roaders aro invited to dis cuss the question. It is a subjoot of interest to I all classes and both sexes. As usual, one ! guinea will be forwarded to tho writer of the . letter adjudged to be the boat. Lettoro should be sent in as early as possible, but for the con venience of distant readers the disoussion will j not close until April 25. Writers must not.; refer to iuauronoo institutions by namo.j

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

BY THE WAY. It seems evident that the Imperial Govern ment are now making a serious st udy oj the qualifications which go to make up a model -Colonial Governor, and the South Australian people will indeed be guilty of the deepest ingratitude if they are not satisfied with tho final selection for filling the vice-regal position in the City of Churches. According to the cable accounts the new Governor; of the crow-eaters ia famous first for being a cousin of the Parliamentary Secretary for the Colonies, which at one time would have been con sidered all-sufficient, but besides this claim to distinction it appears he has failed five times to get into Parliament, that 'hia father kept a brewery,' and he is himself a large shareholder, but above all, he is a keen sportsman with strong evangelical tendencies. The combination of the last two qualities affords satisfactory evidence of a desire to make the best of both worlds, but taken in conjunction with the brewery business, it shows that ...

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

T0-M0EK0W MORN. To-night, to-night, with tear-wet eyes, I saw her dear doad face uprise ; I watched her lovinjr lips, long cold, To life's red bloom once more unfold; I watohed the frosted, silver sprav Of moonbosma on her bosom play, I heard her heart with love for me, Whilst earth was hushed, beat audibly. Oh, cruel dream ; oh, hope forlorn, The sun will dance to-morrow mom. But from the grave where sleeps my Day What hand oan roll the stone away ? To-night, to-nifrht ; I held, I swear, The golden treasure of lier hair ; I kissed her brow, I l'elt her breath — Ah, Love, they say, can conquer Death. And ne'or will be, nor was before, Love like tho love that we two bore ; But for her life Death fought with me To gain, alas ! dread victory. Ah, Death ; unjust to spare the grey And steal that younpf, glad heart away ! Oh, cruel dream ; oil, hope forlorn ; The sim will dance to-morrow morn. . From ashes cold of burnt-out years, She came to uie amidst my tears — Tho bitter-sweet, the pl...

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

PERSONAL. Cardinal Moran is suffering from in fluenza. His state of health occasions some anxiety. The Right Hon. Arthur Wellesley Peel, ex-Speaker of the House of Commons, will visit Australia shortly, but, strange to say, not to lecture or write a book. The Acting-Governor, Sir Frederick Dar ley, will not set out for the review tomor row from Government House, but will be escorted at 10.30 by a party of Lancers from his private residonce, ' Quamby,' Edgecliffe-road, to the Centennial Park. The Mayoress of Sydney is inviting ladies to meet her one day this week to consider the best way ot tendering Lady Duff, bofore her departure, some evidence of the deep sympathy fc-lt for her in her bereavement. Rev. Haweis is a lecturer of the eccentric class, and has peculiar mannerisms ; but there appears to be more in his lectures than most of those of the popular parson order, which usually are superficial, J[and notable for sound rather than sense. Mr. Soley, a member of the S.M. Herald st...

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