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THEY SAY- [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

THEY SAT— i fhat the auditor is worthy of hia hire. ! ?hat churches are going cheap at Broken i Hill. I :hat a holiday crSche would be a boon to ! many mothers. '?. ?bat city business will get a fair start , again to-morrow. ?hat Victorians have been economising on their Liquor Bills. That one of the Misse3 Gregory should be ; ia the N.S.W. eleven. That harvest results are generally satis factory throughout the colony. That deaths while under chloroform are again becoming all too common. That the solidarities are now getting a I ' turn of unemployed castigation. I rhat the 'butty gang' is the latest ? ; panacea for restoring prosperity. j That whooping cou^h and influenza are ( . atill prevalent in ssveral districts. S [hat the English cricketers have found ; that nothing succeeds like success. j'bal; by the retirement of Mr. Slattery tho I Protectionists lose a good party man. S ?iiat next season more than one ladies' 1 cricket club will be formed in Sydney. ,hat the prospects of a...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

1 Fish, tiame, Mills. ? tf.S.W. FBESH FOOD AND IOE CO,, LTD, ' roa MILK, -5 CBBAK, ICE, PISH, GAME, POUXiTBY, BXJTTSB, ' PASTBt, HEAD OFFICE— 25 HABBOR-STBEET. REFBESHM1NT DEPOTS— 92 KING-STREET ? 28 ROYAL ARCADE FISH, GAME, AND POULTRY DEPOT— ; 136 KENG-STREET. THE CAETS OF THE COMPANY DELIVEE DAILY IN THE CITY AND SUBUBBS. AGENTS IN ALL THE STXBUEBS, AND ALL PABTS OP THE COETNTBY. BODALLA ! CHEESE ' Tie Finest in the Market. Our Registered Brand is ou Every Cheese. 1 BODALLA BACON Corn Fed and Mild Care. BODALLA HAMS In get up and quality aro Equal to the Best ENGLISH. JOHN SHEAUWIN, 'WHOLESALE AGENT, 229 SUSSEX.STEEET. ? ggQteiS. ? JtlUJ3Jlji&jLf3 SIKGLE BOTTLE DEPARTMENT, MARKET-STREET, '. Next GEOEai5-STBi:aTk I LOOK AT THE PEICES. IIEXNESSY'S ?»? PALE BRANDY, Gs 3d TJSEEB'3 SPECIAL BESEETE WHISKY, 4a. BItOWN'S FOUR CROWX WHISKY, 3s 9d. 'WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS, 4a and 2a. GARTER'S HOTEL, Cornor of PAKE and GEORGE STEEET8. This Well-known, Popular, and Old-Established Hotel is...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

ADAMS jCiUNCHEOK . (MEN 2s 6d. 482 and 484 GE0 IN COtTBSE (Pttt-s(reet Entrance Ne MEALS FROM . LUNGHEON, 12 to 3. Di (Thiok) . Soups, 6d. . (Clear) Pure t-f Tomato. Maoaronl. CoiiBomme des Jardisioro. FiBh, Is. (Note.— All our Fish are fried in the 1)88 tLnooa Oil, and cooked to order iii C minutes.) Our Specialty : English, Canadian, N.Z., and Tas 1 mamon Fish. (When Procurable). IMPOSTED. „ _ ,_. .. . ,, c Devilled on Toast. N.Z. Whitetoit|CurriedandFrled- Broiled Findon Haddock. Grilled Yarmouth Bloaters. Soused Salmon. Grilled Salmon Steaks. Boiled Canadian Salmon, Egff Sauce, Fried N.Z. Floundora. LOCAL. Iob3ter Paties. Oyster Patlcs. Mayonnaise Fresh Lobster. Boiled Schnavper, Parsley Sauce. Boiled Bream, Maitre d' Hotel. :. Boiled Murray Cod, Oyster Sauce, Fried Garfish. Fried Whiting Fried Sclinapper Fried Bream. Fried Hurray Cod. Cold Fried Murray Cod Entrees, Is. Braized Lamb Chops and Pens. Steak and Oyster Pie. Fillet Steak Nuapolitaine, la 6d, Fricassee 6t Chicken aud ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

^O'W EEABY I PAMNffS ,XMA8 ANNUAL, . :-. Price, One fehillliig-. Post Free, Is 23. ., .... PULL. MUSIC SIZE. ARTISTIC TITLE PAGE. ,. ::;,'./ ?;-?.;? ?. . COM'ffEMTS : ' ? '??' :' ??'???' ? ''-' 1. TWO LITTLE GIBLS IN BLUE. Waltz Son* and Chorus. Latest London rage. Sung by Mifls ^_ Magijio Moore, and encored nightly. 2. TO ANTHJSA. As Sung by Mr. Santley. 3. I'U THE FATHER OF A LITTLE BLACK COON* Popular Minstrel Sonpr. Sung by Irving Sayles at the Tivoli* ¥ '- '- ? 4. NEVES, NOD TOUR HEAD, MAGGIE. ' Pretty little Humoroua Song1. ' 5. ffAPOLI MAZURKA (Q. Lardelli). Written specially for Paling and Co.'s Annual* 6. SIMON THIS CELLARER. A Great Favorite. Sung by Mr. Hallewoll. 7. COWS ARE IN TEE CORN. Madame Belle Cole'a Success. -8. GLEDSWuOD SCHOTTISCHE. V ? By Composer of the South Esk Waltz. . - 9. SHE WOKE A WREATH OF ROSES. - Tho Standard English Ballad. , 10. THIS IS LOVE (Q. Lardelli). Pretty Waltz Song. By oomposor of the faaolnating Annette Gavotte, 11. THE DAINTY HIGH KICKE...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

Th?lT^P A Iq ^or^ra^ Coo ^p jLjLJ^ jL=^A AJL*f 480 George St., Sydney SIX ENAMELLED CABINETS, TOGETHER'] WITH A BEAUTIFUL ENLARGEMENT ^0El ON OPAL OR PERMANENT BROMIDE. ' ^S 6D Size 10 x 12 inches. ^hkc^wMSw \ /Ami, ^Isw^^ SYDNEY LEATHEE AND GBINDEET C0.7 : Corner of MARKET and KENT STREETS. HALE-SOLE YOUR OWN BOOTS AND SAYE MONET. HALF-SOLES FUOM 2|d PER PAIR. ..EVERY DESCRIPTION OF UPPERS AND GRINDERY AT LOWEST BATES. JOHN' HTJNTEE'S . Coenee of GEORGE AND MARKET STREETS. ? ?'- 8PECIAI, ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE FOLLOWING:— CRICKETING SHIETS AND TROUSERS, ? ' Y ' ? TENNIS SHIRTS AND TROUSERS, BOATING- SHIRTS AND TROUSERS. FLANNEL TROUSERS, Prom 7s 6d, in all Sizos. SILK STRIPE SHIRTS, at 3s lid. These are Special Value. CASHMERE SHIRTS, SILK STRIPES, 5a 6d, 6a lid, 8a 6d, and 9a 6d. (Theao Qooda aro the Best Value in Town). WHITE LINEN AND PELT HATS, from la 6d., Suitable for Cricket, Tennia, aa^ Boating. XN^S^EICTIOS7 INVITED. » ? '?? ? ? — ? t— — ? ? ? ' ? ' ? ? ? '* N, .^gs^gfS^ T...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

Durability, ¥a!ue9 Al duality. HAVING COMPLETED THE ADDITIONS TO THEIE SPACIOUS PESMISES, THEY ABE NOW SHOWING A MOST RECHERCHE STOCK OP Elegant Jewellery, Diamond Goods, Watches, Solid Silver ? and Silver Electro-plate, -fcc., . : The Very Cream of the -Home Markets 25 to 40 per cent, Under Usual Hates. ? ; The Variety, Artistic Character, Excellence, and LOWNESS OP PEICE of Every Article we offer renders a Visit of Inspection at our M:^G-NTFICB3SrT S^JLOOHSTS . ' a pleasure to all who Study Economy, or who desire the Best cf Everything at th- Lowest Cost ; while ' . OUR SUPERB PREMISES ARE WITHOUT EXCEPTION THE FINEST IN AUSTRALASIA.. Manufacturing- Jewellers, Diamond Merchants, Watch. Manufacturers^ Silversmiths, and Direct Importers, 412 GEORGE-STREET and STRAND, SYDNEY. 96 Kewgato-streetj 97 Siynnston-street, 9i Queen-street, London. Melbourne. Auckland, Hi.Z.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

~- .\,~''':.. -i j- ????.'???. the s . GEO3VE$0i^ LIMITED, ?GEOSVBJrO^-SQUARE, SYDNEY. THE LEADING AND MOST FASHIONABLE HOTEL IP3 THE COLONIES. t i ' Tariff from IOs^;6d per Day. PBIYA^E BHpfEBS, BANQUETS,: WEDDING BEEAKFASTS, &c. ' -? ? -V--' '^V^^

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

~~ ; THE ILiEAX)I^a-;BRA3SrD,- ' ::.--:'^ — '\ ? \ 1 :l ITJBE AHD BELLOW. CHOICEST SPIRIT IMPORTED. : liooli for Prise Conpoiws HJuder Capsules.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

xxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx XX XX XX TTOEDEKN'S IN PITT- XX XX JLJL STREET (ONLY). XX XX GEEAT NEW YEAR'S SALE. XX 3£X Starting to-morrow (Monday). 'Will be XX XX tho Sale of the Century. The reductions XX XX made cannot fail to convince the most XX XX level-headed porson living that WE XX XX MEAN BUSINESS. Cutting.reductions XX XX have bean made in each department, and XX XX any lady or gentleman who cannot ba XX XX satisfied at our Sale must bo the Greatest XX XX Wonder of the Age. Become one of the XX XX crowd to-morrow morning at THE XX XX OPENING OF OUE GEEAT NEW XX XX YEAR'S SALE. XX || HOEDEEN BEOTHEES, XX e| 203-211 Pitt-street (only), Sydney. XX YY Look for the poster on our windows. XX ~y Gentlemen we would be glad to 3ee ^X ^^ in the dinner-hour. XX xx xyy''yyyyg'yy'yxYYYYTyTnrT-!r xxxxx TTYxyyvYTYY-rxYYTY-jj-vyTr-innr XXxxxx BIG EtJKNITDBE. SALE. / _____ 33a % to 50 o/o Discount off Usual Prices.. ' . : . ? . «. ??fit AMALGAMATED STOCKS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

? — D BIN' E ? , -. .. - ???:, , ..,-, ; LIGHT, WHOLESOME, .AJSTD PALATABLE, ? DMIN1NTLY SUITED FOR AUSTRALIAN CONSUMPTION.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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IT IS EASY TO ASK QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

IT IS EASY TO ASK QUESTIONS: A child can ask questions tliat a wise man can't answer. Yes ; and thora aro some questions that the ablcstaioctors don't like to have people ask them, sky a question of this sorb — while we are about'' it, however, wo might as well tell the story straight away and havo clone with it. ' Mrs. Sarah Mace was very ill with influenza; That was in February, 1S92, the time! of the epidemic. The attack was severe. §ho was suddenly seized with a violent pain in the head (both front and back) and temple. She had pains in all her joints too, and was hot and feverish. She went to bed and senfc',for the doctor. Ho came, examined her, tbU^Jior temperature — over 100 degrees— and sJSttry little, like a wise man. Tho lady oJffiBot turn herself in bed. She lived on sloilSKh as milk and broth ; she could nofc sira^^a morsel of solid food. Her husband' p. jssed her to take strong food, Baying, ' If you don't eat, yon will starve.' Right enough ; but he forgot that when on...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECOND-CLASS ROTTEN ROW DUDES That is what the Latest Globe-Trotter Calls Us. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

SECOND-CLASS ROTTEN ROW DUDES That is what the Latest Globe-Trotter Calls Us. Mr. Thos. R. De-war, L.C.C., F.R.G.S., who has just completed a tour of the globe, has furnished a Westminster Budget interviewer with his impressions. Those on Australia are interesting. Atter talking about New Zealand he said : — 'Tne JNew zealander struck me as being a quieter personage than his Australian brother, whose main aim in society is to be A SECOND-CLASS ROTTEN ROW DUDE. The swell Australian would no more think of going out without his top hat, than of beginning business without; taking his breakfast, and that in a shade of 90 degrees and a broiling sun of 150. Yes, Sydney's a warm place — tho streets are hot — the asphalt runs under your feet, and the houses glow like a furnace of fire-bricks at white heat. The people ? Oh, they are an odd mixture of all sorts and conditions of men, as aggressive as the British, as wily as the Chinese, and as cute as the Yankee. At backbone the home life is E...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

I ALWAYS TO Til I0IE! ?.' j ANOTHER FIMT-CLASS ASSOKMEIf J : I OF 1 j CRICKETING MATERIAL, I j JUST TO HAND, | I Comprising BATS by all tbe Celebrated JIakers, BALLS, STUMPS, LEG-GUAKDS, | K GLOVES, in fact, every necessary to equip ¥ I GEICKETES8, j * WHETHEK PRACTISED HANDS OE NEW i IGINNEES. | | IN AND OUT-DOOR GAMES | ? ! Have been Selected with Great Cara, and now offered at BOTTOM PEICES. f | THE PUBLIC ARE INVITED TO IMSPECT BEFORE PURCHASING I I ELSEWHERE. J {mick: simmxots j I IS CONTINUALLY IN RECEIPT OF SHIPMENTS OP P-EESH . | I NOVELTIES AND DESIGNS FEOM AMEEICA - V. ^ ? f | . AND EUEOPE, 1 j AND IS CONTENT WITH SMALL PROFITS AND QUICK RETURNS. I i SSiP^ VISITOES from the country districts should -NOT leave Sydney without | | paying a visit to tho FANCY GOODS EJ^OUlUai of § | MICK SIMMONS, j 1 HAYHARKET. _ „ § ' A little care is required to make a good cup of Tea, but it. is well ?: worth the trouble. In order to help you we ask you never to make ; Tea without rinsing th...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

BOOTS! BOOTS!! B00TW! ______ ^- W. J. Hickey and Sons, of 576 George Btreet, beg to inform their numerous friends and customers that they have opened a very extensive branch of their business at No. 65 Oxford-street, where visitors may rest in a cool and lofty shop, and find a choice of goods for foot wear of every style, black, white, or tan, the material of the very best possible manu facture, and the prices exceedingly moderate, and within the reach of all classes of buyers. People will do well to note this. - W. J. HICKEY AND SONS., 576 GEOEGE-STEEET AND 55 OXFOBD-STEEET, SYDNEY. ' ' i,;^s,_

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CAPITAL "I." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

THE CAPITAL 'I.' ' Egotist ' puts it this way : — I think the sexes are about on a par, but with different kinds of conceit. For instance, the average man, in speaking to another, will invariably start the conversation with a capital ' I.' ' I met Jones to-day,' ' I was speaking to Jones to-day when he cauea av tne omce, «c. ?&- woman win say, ' Mrs. Jones called here to-day,' &c. With regard to men in solitary places, I think they have just as much conceit as one who rubs shoulders with all sorts of men, though not so much opportunity of showing it. See the bushman seated on the butt of a fallen tree. You will say this is one of the most unsophisticated of God's creatures. But no, he has the photo, of a city swell in his hand, and as he murmurs 'conceited ass' you can see that he is sizing up the dude and comparing the result with himself, much to his own advantage. Women's weakness, on the other hand, is the love of personal adorn ment, and if a girl passes Jones a...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WOMAN'S ADMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

A WOMAN'S ADMISSION. ' Femina ' owns up : — For my part, I think we ought at once to plead guilty to being the most conceited — that is, taking us right along from little girls to old ladies. No doubt there is a time when every young man is conceited, but he out lives it. On tne other hand, I believe all men have more 'pride, an estimable quality to cultivate, although where admirable in a man it would, doubtless, be unbecoming in woman. And we are per mitted to do and say things to which a man could not stoop. I may be pardoned for saying that I believe most errors in criticism or in matters of dispute between the sexes arise from the persistency with which women are re garded as modifications of men instead of being mentally and bodily a different creature. This is what makes us ever earnestly claiming our privileges instead of ' rights.' And under privileges let me claim, our little conceits which, after all is said and done, are only acknowledgments of frailty— the desire to att...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LADIES' CRICKET MATCH AT BATHURST. VIEWS OF THE LITHGOW LADIES. Their Dissatisfaction and Its Causes. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

LADIES' CRICKET MATCH AT BATHUfiST. VIEWS OF THE LITHGOW LADIE3. Their Dissatisfaction and Its Causes. Three of the Lithgow lady cricketers called at the Mescuey office (says the paper mentioned) to express ^satisfaction with the treatment which they experienced in Bathurst. They stated that Mr. New man, after the game was over, called round to the hotel to apologise to the Lithgow players for having given MisB Daniels out. He Btated that he did it in tbe interests of the game, so that the spectators might have the advantage of Beeing a prolonged contest. Further, Miss Gregory admitted that she had been stumped earlier in the game, but was still allowed to play on— in the interests of the spectators. Another unfairness complained of is that two of the Lithgow players were put out for leg before wicket, although the understanding arrived at before the game was that no player should be declared out for l.b.w. ' They promised us all expenses,' said one of our interviewers, ' but after ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN'S VIEWS And Chat. Hansom Cab Mysteries-Trapping Girls. Some Pointers About Beds and Health-Women are Better Off Than Men. THE MYSTERIES OF HANSOM CABS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

WOMEN'S VIEWS And Chat. Hansom Cab Mysteries— Tripping Girls. . Some' Pointers About Beds and Health— Women are Better Off Than Men. THE MYSTEEIES OF HANSOM CABS. I must raise the voice of protest this morning' against the ways of the Sydney 'cabby.' There are honest cabbies as well as honest politicians and good women in the city; but thero are cabbies who take the laurel for trickery and the lowest scoundrelism. Let me give you an instance : A young Melbourne friend of mine, who fortunately happened to know her way about, arrived here the other evening and engaged a cab for one of the leading hotels, not far from the wharf. After being in the cab for about a quarter of an hour, she began to fear there was something wrong, and endeavored to obtain an interview with the Jehu. But the more she shot her umbrella through the roof and expostulated at the top of her voice, the more he whipped his moke. He was persuaded, however, to pull up at last, and then she discovered that he had bee...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

XT 'XXX YVTTYT X X X YTYTYTT TTTYTTT T TOC X y Tnryyy v rrTyYTTTrryYTYYTriCTY XX TTY YY XX A^11 GREAT xx XX \J NEW YEAE'S SALE XX ' ^X COMMENCES TO-MOKROW. XX XX HOKDEEN'S, IN PITT-STKEET, x-s- XX are starting their Sale TO-MOREOW i-S XX MOENING (both Ladies and Gentle- XX «£X men). The Opening Day of the Sale (as XX XX experience has taught you) is THE XX XX TIME to see the Bargains, and if you XX XX want to get Eea! Plums come TO- -£x XX MOEEOW to our GREAT NEW XX XX YEAR'S SALE. XX XX There is NO PUFF about our Sales, as ix; XX you all well know ? you are well ac- XX XX quainted with OUR PRICES ; come and ^X XX gee what we are selling our goods for XX XX NOW? XX XX The success of our Sales in the past Si XX has been through dealing LIBEEALLT XX XX with the PUBLIC, and we intend to still XX 'XX do so, especially during our GREAT XX Xi. NEW YEAR'S SALE. No matter in XX XX -what department your requirements are XX XX sold, you will find Sale Prices ruling. XX XX We invite you cordia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

.. '||1'1'111' ''iniiiiHiniiininninuim.i imi'n'iniii'i in ! I assure you, fi\\ our (us torn ers ask now for ?

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