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SHIPPING. THE TIDES HIGH WATER-SYDNEY COVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

SHIPPING. ? -6 ? THE TIDES. HIGH WATER— SYDNEY COYE. Morning. Arte moon. Date h. m. h. m. SrxDAT, Jan. 20 ... ... 2 4S ... S 23 3Io-'dav, ,i 21 ? 4 1 ? ? 4 39 Tcksday, ' 22 ? 5 16 ... 5 52 Wednesday „ 28 ? 6 21 ... 6 50 - Tediis'jat, „ 24 ? 7 14 ... / 38 Friday, „ 25 ... ... 8 0. ... 8 -L Hatoeday, „ 2& ? o ... e oo ARRIVALS— January 19. Fifesliire, str, 37110 tons, Captain Wilson, from ^Nomoi, str, 14i4 tons, Captain R. J. Skinner, from Newcastle. DEPASTURES— January 19. . SeveritS, str, for Loudon. Oouah, str, for Ilobart. Ijeuni, str, for iirisbane. South Australian, str, for Brisbane. Adohiidu, str, for ilel'oouruo ar.d Adelaide. reriolo.s, sliip, for Loudon, via Newcastle. . , v Port Eliiott, sir, for Antwerp and Hamburg, via ' Kelboume. 1 EXPECTED ARRIVALS. Steamers due to-day are the Buriinyons (Howard Smith line), from Brisbane Mnunpouri, from Auckland ; Burrawon?, from Macfeay River; Tornki, froai Richmond River; Bega, from Eden ; Tekapo, from West Australia. .i Ste...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TRAIGHT "Every Ballet has its Billet." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

[?] ' Every Ballet has its Billot.' A. man who puts off his enjoyment too ong will find it mislaid byjthe time he hoped to reach it. ? ? o ? , All noble enthusiasms pass through a feverish stage, and grow wiser and more serene. ? o ? ? As a rule the man who takes his own 'time does not hesitate to take the time of others. . .. , ... The passion of acquiring riches in order to support a vain expense corrupts the purest souls. ? Pat off repentance until to-morrow, and you have a day more to repent of, and a day less to repent in. ? o ? ? 'We all believe in letting well enough alone, but we make mistakes as to the right time to do it. --? ? 0 ? ? s' Many run about after happiness like an absent-minded man hunting after his hat While it is on his head. 'r ' A wise man will desire no more than he tussy get justly, use soberly, distribute cheerfully, and leave contentedly. ',/ ? 0 ? ^ There are two freedoms — the false, 'where one is free to do what he likes, and .the true, where he is fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

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THE NORTH SHORE MYSTERY. CHAP. I.-THE CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

The North Shore Mystery. ' By HERB. ELETCH. On August 15, 188 — , the public of Sydney were aroused to unusual excitement by the following announcement in the Evening Tikes of that date : — 'A NOETH SHORE MYSTERY. «« CRIME OR SUICIDE ? 'Sudden and Unexplained Death of a Well-known Sportsman. ' STABBED TO DEATH IN HIS BED. ' HOW WAS IT DONE ? 'The usual quiet of North Shore was this morning rudely dispelled by the alarming rumor that a crime of an unusual kind had been committed in the house of Mrs. Delfosse, Lavender Bay. ' An enquiry proved the report only too irell founded. 'Mrs. Delfosse, it may be stated, is a widow lady of the highest respectability, who keeps a boarding establishment of the better kind in a stylish mansion near the Lavender Bay steps. Amongst her boarders was, till this morning, the well known sportsman, Alexander Booth, more widely known under his nom-de-guerre as 'Newmarket.' ' Mr. Booth was married, and shared with his wife a spacious bedroom on the second ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

MESSRS. ? YILES AND CO., OF 8 BRIDGE-STREET SYDNEY, Next door to Messrs. Burns, Philp and Co., Public Accountants, bog to intimate that they have takon into partnership Mr. ARTHUR D. BENNETT, Notary Public for Her Majesty's British Foreign Possessions, late certificated accountant 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 tho firm will bo in tho futuro VILES A1JD BEN NETT.—' Vilos and Co. Note.— YILES AND BENNETT, privato composition accountants, trade assignees and auditors, 8 Bridge-street, Sydnoy. Messrs. BQRCHARDT & BUTCHER SHAREBROKERS, 12 POST-OFFICE CHAMBEBS, Direct Special attention to Gympie and Charters Towers Stooks. n ? ? — : ? * ? JF- 0 ' B R I E N, o rharebros.ee, 80a. PITT-STREET Twenty Years' Experience of Gympie and ; Charters Toworn. ? ? TTENRIQUES AND CO., XL SHAREBROKERS. ? Direofc Communication with the Gympie and Charters Towers Goldflolda. ALL THE LATEST INFO...

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POPULAR DISCUSSIONS. For Men and Women. THE LATEST. Should the Single Men be Taxed? [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

POPULAR DISCUSSIONS. For Men and Women, TP .UPST, . Should tlie Single Men .' be Taxed V According to Mr. Coghlan there 'are some tens of thousands of marriageable men in New Sonth Wales who continue to run in single harness. There are those who con sider that single men should bear a special tax, and we invite our readers to discuss the question, which is certainly an attrac tive one. Give reasons why the single man should bear a special tax, or why he should not. As usual, one guinea will btf awarded to the writer of the letter ad judged to be the best. LetterB must reach ub not later than Friday, February 1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

A ETIPICIAL TEETH COMPLETE (Upper nnd Lower) GOLD MEDAL SETS of porfectly-fitting- TEETH, £o. Mastication guaranteed. These are tlie BEST aud. LOWEST in PRICE made compntitile with oom lort, faithful workmanship, and natural appearance of beauty. Soft plates for tender riiuis. Old mis fitting eases remodelled. Nervous patients fitted with teeth if rcquirod without interfering with own defective natural ones or stumps. Teeth added to plate after if wanted. PainJoss extractions daily by nitrous oxide or cooaino. Send for Treatise on Teeth. Consultations FREE. J. XI. MARSHALL, dentist, 39 King-street Arcade (first floor; , Goorgo-stroot . ...... entrance. 510 GEOKGE-STJUEET, .

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THE "CONCEPT" DISCUSSION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

THE 'COKCEPI ' DISCUSSION. A cheque for one guinea will be for warded to the writer of the letter signed 'Midget,' appearing in last issue. Address required.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

OPPOSITE NEW MARKETS, j

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WOMEN'S VIEWS And Chat. A Best for the Bluestockings-Workless Women-Marriage and Money. WORK FOR WORKLESS WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

WOMEN'S VIEWS And Chat. A Best for the Bluestockings— Work- less Women— Mnrriagro and Money. WORK FOR WORKLESS WOMEN. I reallt think the 'Make and Mend Society ' which has been started in town ought to be a big success. Thoy have an immense field. At first, of course, there will be difficulties, for the natural conser vatism of our women stands in the way of tho progress of any institution of the kind. They will hesitate before entrusting those little affairs which cause so much worry in the life of every busy woman to a society, though if those who aro broad enough to appreciate the objects support it, tho others will soon fall into line. ' Those who need aud are willing to work ' constitute a big industrial army just now, the greater part of which could be utilised with profit to all concerned if we only knew how to lead it. It's a terrible thing to realise that a human being must starve through want of work, while every lower animal that is at all manageable is employed and fed w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

DE.T E C T I Y-E COO IE having resigned from tho Police 1'orce, has Opened CONFIDENTIAL INQUIRIES. MISS ING FRIENDS, and NEXT-01-'-KIN OFFICES, lit 133 KING-STREET, Sydney, with Brauolies at Charing Cross, London, and nt Melbourne. Tosti .moniuls from Judges, Magistrates, Barristers, Heads of Government Deportments, and Cliiofa of Police, rfydnoy and Melbourne, can bo inspeoted or copies posted on application, tho whole form ing a mass of reference unequalled. Strictly con fidential. Agents everywhere. ' GIUIAM'S 55s SUITS,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

TO HORSE-OWNERS. ? JOCKEYS' MPS ID COLORS TO ORDER AT MARK FOY'S. ? . ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

f DRINK I'EWAI'S ALEe DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED. I J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

? tish, tiamc) Milk. N.S.W. FRESH FQ0D AND ICE CO., LTD. TOB , MILK, . CREAM, ICE, PISH, GAME, ' POULTRY, BUTTER, PASTRY, HEAD OFFICE— ! 25 HABBOB-STREET. i ' REFRESHMENT DEPOTS — ' 92 KING-STREET . 23 ROYAL ARCADE FISH, GAME, AND POULTRY depot— 13o ZING-STREET. THE CARTS OP THE COMPANY DELIVER ?DAILY IN THE CITY AND SUBURBS. AGENTS IN ALL THE SUBURBS, AND ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY. BODALLA CHEESE Tho Finest in tho Market. Our Registered Brand is ou Every Cheese. BODALLA BACON Corn Fed and Mild Cure. BODALLA HAMS In get up and quality are Equal to the Best ENGLISH. JOHN SHEAEWDT, WHOLESALE AGENT, 229 SUSSEX-STREET. ? Hotels. ? EGBERTS' SINGLE BOTTLE DEPARTMENT, MARKET-STREET, Next Geokqe-street. LOOK AT THE PEICES. HEIOtKSSY'S »» pALR BttANDY, Cs 3d USHER'S SPECIAL RESERVE 'WHISKY, 4s. BROWN'S FOUlt CROWN WHISKY, 3s 9d. WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS, 4b and 2b. CARTER'S HOTEL, Corner of PARK and GEORGE STREETS. This Well-knowr , Popular, and Qld-Established Hotel is conducted under a thoroughly p...

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THEY SAY- [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

THEY SAT— That Mr. Sleatli is a modest young man. j That it pays to Bhip hay from Chili to i N.S.W. That we are to have a revival of the bnsh ranging days. That school children are overweighted by ' home lessons.' . _ That life at New Australia is hardly so | black as has been painted. | That Civil servants should be disqualified j to become aldermen. That the Victorian Premier is now called ' Tuvn-it-up Turner.' That city polling booths for suburban municipalities are unnecessary. That the attachment of postal boxes to the - tram cars is a sensible idea. gThat it i3 absurd to patch up the old W Supreme Court buildings. ETliat the Solidarity Party is not in favor with the mountain coal-miners. That garrotting and robbery with . Violence are becoming unpleasantly common. , That the Anniversary Day railway arrange ments ought to give public satisfaction. That the City Municipal assessment is likely to suffer a considerable reduction. That the defeat of the Wyalong jumpers is a good th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

' ' TlEIE LEA-DXiSTGr BR-AJSTD, ' SHAMROCK J|i WHISKY, PURE AND MELLOW. CHOICEST SPIRIT IMPORTED. IiCol£ for Prize €©aj-om£J SJudloe CJapgaloa.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

BERG-'S LOMDOE* PTE MOUSE .AJSTD ROOMS, 111 PITT-STREET, Near HUNTER-STREET. The above establishment has been opened by W. H. BERG, late of Market Btroet-. Refreshments of tho Very Best Description only provided at the usual moderate prices, cleanlinoss being a specialty. A nice cold luncheon daily, and a. - ; good snaok OBTAINABLE AT ANY HOUR. Open on Sundays from 5 to 8 p.m. FRESH MUFFINS AND CRUMPETS DAILY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

^ GTRE.A.T COjSTSPIRA.CY ! ^ WHEREAS on Wednesday, January 9, 1895, certain persons met in a room at th® lorsetraylia Hotel with the aim and object of 'WIPING WOOLFS OUT.' Lnd WHEREAS the Public say they can't afford to lose tho services of ' THE GREATEST TOBACCO PEOPLE ON EARTH,' WHO HAVE SOLD, SELL, AND WILL SELL T.' C. WILLIAMS' GENUINE LONG CUT VICTORY ... 2oz for 9d. T. C. WILLIAMS' GENUINE WELCOME NUGGET ... Is 9i per ilb packet. ? BEST CIGARETTE TOBACCO ? ... 4d per oz. '. .. ALL 6vl CIGARETTES ? 3 packets for Is 3d, No. 1 MANILLAS, CELEBRATED EXPORT ADORUS ... '7 for6d. REWARD OF ' Will be paid to anybody who can provo that tho combined intelligence of those who met to discuss us was equal to that displayed by a tenth- rate Mongolian Banker ovor a Fan-tan Table. M. AJS ID H. WOOLP AND CO., . . ' . 376 GEORGE-STREET, SYSNEY. ? 'PREMIER BOOTS? I ©RIGTNATED (IN SYDNEY) THE GENTLEMEN'S HALF-GUINEA BOOT, And Still Lead the Way in that Particular Article. ! ' I AM NOW OFFERING AT ...

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LATEST BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

L AT EST BUTTING. The declaration of first acceptances on Thursday last had the effect of instilling fresh vigor into operations on the Challenge Stakes and Auniversary Handicap, doubles par ticularly boing in good demand. As showing tho state of the market, Mr. Oxenbam has supplied us with the following quotations, which aro now on offer : — CHALLENGE STAKES. 10 to 1 v Georgia 20 to 1 v Messmate ] 12 to 1 v Moorefield 20 to 1 v Milkmaid 14 to 1 v Common 20 to 1 v Tiwoona i 14 to'l v Response 20 to 1 v Confidence 14 to 1 v Brooklyn 20 to 1 v Engineer 14 to 1 v Hirondelle 25 to 50 to 1 others. 20 to 1 v Euroka ... , CHALLENGE STAKES AND ANNIVER SARY HANDICAP DOUBLE. 1000 to 5 to 10. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP. j 10 to 1 v Loyalty 12 to 1 v Ialanthus 12 to 1 .v Florrie 14 to 1 v Ruenalf 12 to 1 v The Trier 14 to 1 v Theophilus 12 to 1 v Euroka 14 co 1 v Projectile 12 to 1 v Tiwoopa 20 to 33 to 1 others 'ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS is war ranted to euro all discharges from tho Urinary Org...

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ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

ROWING. Tlio committee of tho Balmain Rowing Club met ou Wednesday night to transact business pertaining to the nnuual regatta. Tho folio wing officials wero appointed for tlio day (February 9): Starter,- Mr. Arthur Holmes ; umpire, Mr. F. H. Sullivan (president) ; judge, Captain Georgo Braithwaite (vice-president) ; timekeeper, Mr. H. .Tessou (vice president). Tho entries to the club events alrondy total Bixty, which is highly satisfactory. Clubs aro reminded that entries close for tho open race, Maiden Fours (for which Messrs. Mmnmatt and Sons aro presenting trophies valuod at 5gs) on tho eveuing before Annivorsary Eegatta, with the hon. secretary, Mr. Jus. Murray. The steamer Pheasant has beon engaged to follow tho races. Iu addition to those already announced, trophies aro boing donated by Mr. A. G. Criimp. Parramatta Ferry Co., aud Messrs. K. Cunningham nnd Co. Every thing 7-oints to a successful regatta this year for tho yellow and blacks. The Balmain Club's representative cre...

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