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PIONEER TEA [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

PIONEER TEA Is an inexpensive toa of excellent quality blended by Robert Harper and Co. whioh is certainly second to none at the price. As ex cessive toa drinking appears to be a weakness of Australians of both aexes it is essential that the aualitv of the leaf from whioh their favorite beverage is made should he pure and uniform. Tea tasting and blending is an art acquired only by long experience, and Robort Harper and Co. claim that their tea blender has with tho Pioneer brand produoed an article to which they can give the guarantee of their well-known good name.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING AND FINANCE. THE MINES AND THE MINING MARKET. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

MINMG and FINANCE. ! THE MINES AND THE MINING MARKET. TO CORRESPONDENTS. ('Letters must reaoh us, addressed to the Mining Editor, be/ore Friday. No notice is taken of anony mous correspondence. J Careington (Bulli). — Although the shares I havo fallen there are good grounds for ex pecting a marked recoverv. T.T. — The rumors as to the possible giving out of tho mine, together with the low price of silver, has caused the fall in the price of the Broken Hill Proprietary shares. Reader (Newoastle). — The capital of Crown Bayley's Reward is £80,000 in 80,000 shares of £1 each. The Kurnalpi Gold-mining Co. (Ltd.) has a capital of £70,000, in 70,000 shares of £ 1 . It was to acquire Block No. 487 in the Kurnalpi division of the Coolgardie field. F.B. (Sofala). — We replied to you through the post, as requested, and reoommended you to apply to Messrs. Jaffray and Son, of Hay street, for the mining plantyou require. Miner (Chambers-street). — We think the best thing for you to do would be t...

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

SNAKE ADVENTURE AT B0BDI. We havo been shown by Mr. J. A. Clulotv, of Penkiville-street, Bondi, a largo black snake (measuring nearly 4ft), which he shot ou his premises ou Friday night afc 10.30. The snake was first discovered by an Irish terrier on a path at the side of tho residence, and Mr. Clulow, on bearing the battle between the canine and tho reptile wont out and was, of courso, much alarmed by his strange visitor. He then got a garden fork and pinned the snake through the tail ; it fought fiercoly. Although assistance was called tho reptile was escaping, and Mr. Clulow was obliged to do3patch it with his gun. He regrets this, as it was a splendid specimen if captured alive.

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

Mm*1 How true it seems that there is always a fly in the ointment and a skeleton at every feast, or, as the poet says, Tell us, oh ! tell us where shall we find The rapture that leaves not a sorrow bohind. Theso reflections are naturally prompted by hearing of the irreparable misfortune which has befallen the Governor of South Australia, who is to have his last moments (in Adelaide) embittered by the absence of the Mayor from his farewell ban quet, and to have his appetite taken away at what should be a semi-cheerful function by distressing visions of the civic magnate sulking supperless in a back room in the Town Hall instead of bestow ing a valedictory upon the departing guest. It seems that the Mayor considers himself to havo been severely sat upon in his official capacity by not being asked to preside over the gathering in question, and has had to maintain his dignity by not only declining to take part in the gay and festive scene, but by refusing the use of the Town Hall unless...

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

THE DANGERS OF CRICKET. A toung man named John Corbott wa3 treated at tbe Sydney Hospital yesterday evening for a sprained back, received when playing cricket during the afternoon.

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

POLICE COURTS. Suspcctcd Persons. — At tho Water Police Court yesterday, Kendriok Hampaon and John Lampson wero charged with being sus pCctod persons fouud frequoutiug the Theatre Koyal for a felonious purpose. The aooused, who had been arrested in King-street on the previous night, were remanded until Wednes day next. Alleged Larceny of an .iccordeon. — John Jonoa, 28, on remand, was oharged at the Central Police Court yesterday with having stoleu an accordeou valued at ^81 10a, the pro perty of Auna Louisa Hudson. After hear ing the evidence of R. Stafford, the bench discharged accused. We aro requested to draw attention to an advertisement referring to Wood's eyesight testing rooms, situated at 299 George-street. Mr. Wood, the senior surviving member, of tho old Liverpool and Manchester firm, established nearly 80 years ago (and still in existence), has been woll known through out tha colonies for now nearly 20 years as hoad of the firm of W. Wood and Co., opticians, -Ssc., of Me...

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

BOWLING. BALMAIN v. EEDFEEN. These clubs played the first round in tho Pennant matches on the fit. Leonards Green yesterday. The Balmain playors obtained a lead during the first lialf-liour, which they maintained throughout, ultimately winning, by 14 points. The following scores were mado : — H. Selfe, F. Lemm, B. Kershar, 'W. Cruickshank ? ... 25 — J. Luck, -V. Eichardson, C. Eobert, J. Brridgon ... ... ? — 20 H. Young, A. Marshall, J. Cronin, H. B. Cohen ? 35 — E. Brown, D. Jenkins, J. Hanigan, B. Widderstrom ... ... ? ? — 19 A. Christio, V. Cronin, 'W. Akhirst, G. Murdoch ? ? 20 — A. Mihill, E. Wadley, C. Gorton, G. Howe — 30 C. Batson, W. Dalrymple, Dr. 'Wilson, J, ICeeder ? : ? 24 — 'W. Eose, E. Parker, J. Medcalf, J. Conlon — 21 ? Totals ... ? ? 104 90 The half-liour scores were : — Balmain, 22, 42, 5S, 78, 104 j Eedfern, 12, 28, 67, 71, 90.

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

KAILJVG. SYDNEY DINGY CLUB. This club sailed a mixed handicap race yester day afternoon, over the usual Shai'l' Island course for J. J. Kichardson's trophy. The fol lowing boats started :— Eegina and TlioinRS Punch scratch, Youug Victor 2min, Portuna aud Vision 3imn; 'Wanda 4min, Young Clive, Eaceland, Tarn o' , Shahter, and Noel 12inin, and Yen ora )3min. 'With the exception of the Clive and the Noel all the boats irot away in trood time. Venora was the first of tho '?tens' round the- Island, aud Young Victor , the first of tho ' fourteens.' On tho run back Y.onora hold, best place, rounding the starter's boat at 4h fiOinin 55sec, followed by Young 'Victor at 4h 51min; then came Noel 4h 51min 2eec, Tam o' Slianter 4h 51min 2-^sec, Young Clive 4h 56min, Beeitia 4h 57min yOsec, Thoma3 Punch 4h 57iniu 301sec, Visiou 4min 58sec, 'Wanda 4h 5Smin 0|sec, and Portuua 5h 4min. On the way to and from Fort Denison Venora was overtaken by Young Victor, Noel, and Tam o' Shauter, the former winn...

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

DETECTIVE COOICE having resigned from the Police Force, has Opened CONFIDENTIAL INQUIRIES, MISS ING FRIENDS, and NEXT-OF-KIN OFFICES, ut 133 KING -STREET, Sydnoy, -.vith Branches at Charing Cross, London, and at Melbourne. Testi monials from Judges, Magistrates, Barristers, Heads of Government Departments, and Chiefs of Police, dydney and Melbourne, can be inspected or copies posted on application, tho whole form ing .a mass of reference unequalled. ' Strictly con- : fi'dential. Agents everywhere, 510 GEOKGE-STKEET, j

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

ARTIFICIAL TEETH COMPLETE (Upper and Lower) GOLD MEDAL SETS of perfectly-fittiDg TEETH, £3. Mastication guaranteed. These aro the BEST and. LOWEST in PRICE made compatible with com fort, faithful workmanship, aud natural appearance of beuuty. Soft platos for tender gums. Old mis fitting cases remodelled. Nervous patients fitted with teeth if required without interfering with own defective natural ones or Btumps. Teeth added to plato after if wanted. Painless extractions daily by nitrous oxido or cocaine. Send for Treatise on Teeth. Consultations FREE. J. R. MARSHALL, DENTIST, 39 Sing-street Arcade (first floor), George-street entrance. GMHAM'S 55b SUITS,

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

MESSRS. VILES AND CO., ' OF S BRIDGE-STREET SYDNEY, Next door to Messrs. Burns, Philp and Co., Public Accountants, beg to intimate that they have taken into partnership Mr. ARTHUR D. _ BENNETT, Notary Public for Her Majesty's British Foreign Possessions, late certificated aocountant under the ? Judges seal of the Supreme Court of New Zea land, and Commissioner of Affidavits for several of the colonies, and the style of tha firm will be in the future VILES AND BEN NETT— Viles and Co. Note.— VILES AND BENNETT, private composition accountants, trade assignees and auditors, 8 Bridge-street, Sydney. Messrs. BORGHARDT & BUTCH ER SHAREBROKERS, 12 POST-OFFICE CHAMBERS, Direct Spccial attention to Gympie and Charters Towers Stocks. T F- O ' B R I i iT, O s SHAREBROE.ES, 80a PITT-STREET Twenty Years' Experience of Gympia and Charters Towers. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ! WILL fItWELL, BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER, ' WILL OPEN ON - . TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1895, ? - TUESDAY, JANUAR...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. CLIENTS will please NOTE that FRENCHS' have REMOVED to NEW SHOP, 632 George Btreet, Brickfield-hill, a few doors below Lawler's. Our Sterling Silver Watches for a. few shillings each are unequalled, see them in the window, all going to time ; a written guarantee given with every watch. WatcheB thoroughly cleaned, guaranteed 12 months, 2s 6d; Best Mainspring, 2s 6d; a trial solicited. ? . ? ? ? OPPOSITE NEW MARKETS. ,

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IT IS EASY TO ASK QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

IT IS EASY TO ASK QUESTIONS. A child cau ask questions that a wise man can't answer. Yes ; and thero are some questions that the ablest doctors don't like to have people ask thom. Say a question of this sort— while we are about it, however, we might as well tell the story straight away aud have done with it. Mrs. Sarah Mace was very ill with influenza. That was iu February, 1892, the time of the epidemic. The attack was severe. Sho was suddenly seizod with a violent pain in tho hand (both frout and back) and templo. She had pains in all her joints too, and was hot and feverish. She went to bod aud sent for the doctor. He came, examined her, took her temperature — over 100 degrees — aud maid very little, like a wise man. The lady oould not turn herself in bed. She lived on slops, such as milk and broth ; she could not swallow a morsel of solid food. Her husband pressed her to take strong food, saying, ' If you don't eat, you will starve.' Right enough ; but he forgot that when one ca...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN'S VIEWS And Chat. The Girl and Her Employer—Do Men Like Shy Girls?—Women and Quacks. THE GOVERNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

- WOMEN'S VIEWS And Chat. Tlie Girl and Her Employer— Do Men Like Shy Girls?— Women and Quacks. THE GOVERNES3. 'Mater,' in one of the daily papers, draws attention to a matter of great im portance to young women. She refers to the haphazard way governesses get iuto situations, and looks for a solution of the difficulty. The position of hundreds of edu cated young women just now is simply this : They have spent all their lives in seeking knowledge and the other accomplishments which every modern girl is supposed to have — a smattering of modern languages, a passing acquaintance with drawing-room music, and something of needle and fancy work. Their ages range from 20 to 30, and as they have no fortunes, and husbands are scarce, they are thrown upon the world to compete with all sorts and conditions of people. Most of them look for situations as governesses, and if they have no influential friends they are driven into the registry office, where, too often, they can expect no sympathy o...

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

Durability, Value, A! Qualify. STEWART DAWSON ill GO, ' HAVING COMELETED THE ADDITIONS TO THEIR SPACIOUS PREMISES,. . : ' ? TEEY ARE NOW SHOWING A MOST RECHERCHE STOCK OF Elegant Jewellery, Diamond Goods, Watches, Solid Silver ^ and Silver Electro-plate, &c., The Yery Cream -of tiie Mome Markets 25 to 40 per cent, Under Usual. Kates. The Variety, Artistic Character, Excellence, and LOWNESS OF PEICE of Every » Article wo offer renders a Visit of Inspection afc our MA.G-lSrXDFICEjSrT SALOOISTS a pleasure to all who Study Economy, or who desire the Best of Everything at tha Lowest Cost ; while OUR SUPERB PREMISES ARE WITHOUT EXCEPTION THE FINEST IN AUSTRALASIA, . STEWART DAWSON AND CO. Mannfactnring' Jewellers, Diamond merchants, Watch Ttlannfactarers Silversmiths, and Direct Importers, 412 GEORGE-STREET and STRAND, SYDNEY. 96 Newgate-street, 97 Svranston-street, 94 Queen-street, ? London. Melbourne. Anckland, E.Z. THE ' BIRD 0' FREEDOM.' The Smartest Penny Sporting Paper in Au...

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

A GIUL DROWNED AT GORDON. At about 1.30 p.ni. on Friday three young girls, Katie Smith and J. andE. Pickering, vrere plnying among some waterholes near! Gordon, when Katie Smith got beyend hex depth and was drowned. It appears that tho deceased, despite the remonstrances of ner eider companion, went into a dangerous place and was unablo to get back. One of the other girls, in trying to save her, had great difficulty in getting out of the hole. A magisterial enquiry was held at Lind field yesterday, when a verdict of acci dental drowning was returned Deceased was 14 yeara of age. It appoars to bo the intention of Lever Brothers, Limited, the famous Sunlight Soap manufacturers, not only to inculcate habits of oleanlinoss in our homes bat also to educate tho peoplo in the lino arts and literature. There is many a oottago adorned with really fine copies of the best Academy pictures given by Lever Bros., and though it is perhaps difficult at first to see the connection betweon j soap and...

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

LADIES I ALWAYS 'buy where you can get the best Talue for your money. NEVER foil t» make this the first consideration. So yon appreciate really Good TJ3A ? Then don't FORGET that your taste can he gratified by the well-known Family .Grocers. WILLIAMS and GIBBONS, of 72 OXFOBD-8TBEET, who will sell you a TEA at 1b per lb that cannot ho surpassed in Australia. THIS is thoir own SPECIAL BLEND, and is admitted by good judges to be of really excellent quality. Choice Brands of China, Cejlon, and Indian Teas also in stock. Parcols delivered Froe in town or suburbs, or to any Station or Port in N.S.W. A FACT worth rememberinz. Price lists . on application. j . KIOIjA.-N'TJT-TO^IC 'j STIMULATES AND GIVES TONE TO THE NERVOUS SYSTEM. - A RARE' | ' ' APPETISER— PICK-ME-UP ERAIN TONIC. KOLA AND SODA, FOE HOT DATS. AN INVIGOEATING DRINK. FISHER'S PHARMACY, 837 GEQRGE-ST. (Nearly Opp. G.P.0.) ~K~ OT j A r PRICE, 5s. ; by Post, 5s 8d. . TT OT i A ,

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

ISTQW READY ! PALIWS HAS ANNUAL. Price, Ono Shilling. Post Free, Is 2tl. FULL MUSIC SIZE. ARTISTIC TITLE PAGE. COSTES'i'S : 1. TWO LITTLE GIRLS IN BLUE. Waltz Son ir and Chorus. Latest London rage. Sung by Miss Mageie Mooro, and encored nightly. 2. TO ANTHEA. As Sung by Mr. Santley. 3. I'M THE FATHER OF A LITTLE BLACK COON. Popular Minstrel Song. Sung by Irving Saylea afc the Tivoli. , 4 NEYER, NOD YOUR HEAD, MAGGIE. '' Protty littlo Humorous Song. 5. NAPOLI MAZURKA (G. LardelU). Written specially for Paling and Co. 's Annual. 6. SIMON THB3 CELLARER. A Great Favorite. Sung by Mr. Hallewell. 7. COWS ARE IN THE CORN. ' Madame Bello Cole's Success. 8v;GLHDSWuOD frCHi)TTlSCHE. . V ? By Composer of the South Esk Waltz. , 9. SHE WORE A WREATH OF ROSES. The Standard English Ballad. ?? - ? ? ' 10. THIS IS LOVifi (G. LardelU), Pretty Waltz Song. By composer of the fascinating Annette Gavotte. 11. THE DATNTY HIGH KICKER. A Splendid Now Comic. Now published for the first time; Sung in the Xmas...

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

THE GROSVENOE HOTEL ? . COMPANY, LIMITED, GROSYENOR-SQUARE, SYDNEY. THE LEADING AND MOST FASHIONABLE HOTEL IU THE COLONIES. Tariff from (0s 6d per Day. PRIVATE DINNERS, BANQUETS, WEDDING BREAKFASTS, &c. , PRAKK T. PAGET, Manager.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACCIDENT ON THE ICE. A Skating Casualty. LONDON. January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 13 January 1895

ACCIDENT ON THE ICE. A Skating Casualty. (' Suxdat Times ' Special Message.) London. January 11, An accident happened this after noon on tho Serpentine in Hyde Park. The ice suddenly gave way, when more than a hundred skaters were immersed. There were several narrow escapes, but no lives were lost.

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