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ROSEHILL RACES. OPHIR A DOUBLE WINNER. Euroka Takes the Chief Event. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

ROSEHILL EACES. OPHIR A DOUBLE WINNER. I Enroka Takes tlie Chief Event. Despite showery and threatening weather a very good attendance was seen yesterday at Rosehill, tho special trains being well filled. The course was rather wet, but still in fairly- sound order, and as no rain fell during the racing the afternoon passed oft pleasantly. The resorve and surroundings of the course looked at their best, and the general arrangements for conducting the i ? ? „ r,f ^ fnfVia nana.! satis factory Rosehill standard, directed by Mr. P. O'Mara. ,, , A large field saddled up for the New Year s Handicap, of which Ophir was deemed by backers tho best. This forecast proved the correct solution, for the Goldsborough horse, taking command of affairs at the tarn, ran home a very decisive winner. The Hurdle Race waB a chapter of accidents. Ogre fell early in the hunt, giving Mulry a fractured collar-bone. Mirabilis signalised hia return to New South 'Wales by striking heavily and losing his pilot, a...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

HERE AND THERE. WetWragge. Rainy Russell. N.S.W. ou top for averages. Should the single man be taxed ? Slabs in tbe fish market. About time. Iredale is to get a testimonial from his townies in Parramatta. About 70 members of the Queensland Yacht Club are at present in Sydney. New Zealand will have a deficit of over JJ100, 000 for the present financial year. Careful discrimination will have to be exercised in thinning the State forests. Can anyone tell how Alec Booth was murdered ? They are clever if they can. The N.S.W. representatives in the Aus tralian Eleven hold the average for bat and ball. Some dairies in the Shoalhaven dis trict should be closed, in the intereEts of public health. There are more exposures of Depart mental follies in our Civil Service article of this issuH. Labor Electoral League's annual con ference commences at the Temperance Hall next Friday. Who killed Alec. Booth ? Turn to page 2, and you will find an account of the great 'North Shore Mystery.' Mr. Russel...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WORLD OF SPORT RACING AT ROSEHILL. Euroka's Victory. V.A.T.C. RACES AT CAULFIELD. Intercolonial Sailing Carnival. Rowing Amongst the Clubs-Bowls. Items of Interest on Cricket, Swimming, Sailing. Racing, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

[?] BACING AT ROSEHILL. Euroka's Victory. V.A.T.C. RACES AT CAUL FIELD. Intercolonial SailiDg Carnival. JiOmngr Amongrst the Clubs— Bowls. Items of Interest on Cricket, Swimming, Sailing. Racing, &c. r The Referee of next Wednesday will be a Dumber every sportsman should read. Weights for Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are due at noon on Monday nest. Canterbury Park nominations for the meet ing to be held on February 2 will close tc» intirrow, at 5 p.m. Tho Sydney Enterprise Swimming Club had a successful smoke concert at the Nata torium on Thursday last. Entries close next Thursday night for Lillie Bridge February Handicap of 40 soys, for ponies 12.2 to 13.2^, 4 furlongs. The Hobortville-bred Straightfire won the prinoipal race of the V.A.T.C. Meeting yester day at Caulfield, after an exciting finish. To-morrow weights may be looked for for the Moorefield and Kensington race meetings, to take place on 'Wednesday and Thursday. The handicaps for races to bo run at Lill...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. THE LOCAL PREMIERSHIP COMPETITION. Batsmen Have a Bad Day. PADDINGTON AND SOUTH SYDNEY STILL UNBEATEN. East Sydney Vanquish Manly Waverley Succumb to Glebe-And Canterbury At Last Taste Success. General Notes. CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

CRICKET. THE LOCAL PREMIERSHIP COMPETITION. Batsmen Have a Bad Bay. PADDIXGTON AND SOUTII SYDNEY STILL UNBEATEN. East Sydney Vanquish Manly — Warorlcy Succumb to Glebe — And Canterbury At Last Taste Success. General Notes. CRICKET NOTES. The wot weather and bad wickets were dis heartening yesterday to the teams which had to field on the previous Saturday, while their opponents batted on good hard wickets. Those olubs which succumbed yesterday through the weather havo little to console them, savo that thoy can ejaculate, ' Hard luck 1 ' as an excuse for their falling fortunes. The 'Varsity-Rsdfern match was not cone on with at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The umpires wore willing, but the ground authori ties were not, so that the 'Varsity bowlors wore unable to revel in bliss at the espouse of Red fern batsmen. Paddington's easy defeat of Leichhardt makes their position in the competition even stronger than it previously was. This olub has won each of its six premiership matches. With ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAULFIELD RACES. (BY WIRE-FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Melbourne, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

CAULFIELD RACKS. (BY WIRE — FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Melbourne, Saturday Night. There was only a fair attendance at Caulfield races to-day. The weather was fine, and the track in good order. The principal event, the Anniversary Handioap, produced a grand race, Dawes, by a fine piece of riding, landing Straightfire a winner by a head. Re sults : — HOLIDAY STAKES, For two-yoar-olds. 5 furlongs. Mr. A. Yuille's Fairy Tale, by Escutcheon — Facotia, 8st 31b (Thompson) ? ... 1 Mr. Jacobs' Trentina, Sat 81b (.Holmes) ? 2 Mr. Fountain's Lead On, 7st !-lb inc. lib over (Brown) ? ... 3 Other starters : Galo Sst 101b, Tir SBt 51b, Loch Hope Sst 51b, Carlotta 7st 71b, Gehenna 7st 31b, Kntiuka tist 101b, Palmetto 6st 81b, Irrigation 6st 71b, Botting : 5 to 2 v Trentina, 3 to 1 Katinka, 7' to 1 I'airy Tale, 8 to 1 Galo. Won by a length aud a half, two lengths between second and third. Time, lmin 4$sec. HUEDLE EACE, Of 100 sovs. li mile. Mr. W. Lloyd's Lord Lynne, lOst 71b (A. Wil liams) ? ? 1...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LILLIE BRIDGE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

LILLIE MIDGE RACES. There was a very good attendance nt Lillie Bridge last night, when a bicycle race and two pony races were run. The following aro the re sults : — - ONE MILE BICYCLE HANDICAP. A. BnniON, 160yd3 ? 1 Other starters : H. Matthews 155yds, A. Bonnor 155yds, C. E. Lang 160yds, B. Thomas 160yds. F. Morshead 180yds, J. Burton IsOyds, W. Keys 190yds. Betting: 2 tol v Lang or Burton, 3 to 1 Thomas, 5 to 1 others. Won by ten yards from Thomas. Time; 2min 52sec. LYNDHUEST HANDICAP (12.1 to 12.2)— 3 furlonss. Mr. F. M'Cnrthy's Maribelle, 8st 81b (Farrell) 1 Other starters : The Star 7st Olb, The Eat 7st 4lb', Nymph 7st 4lb, Mailboy 7st 41b, Nailna 7st 21b, Iiuby 6st 121b. Betting: 6 to 4 v Maribelle, 3 to 1 Euby, Nymph, and Tho Eat, 5 to 1 others. Won by a length from Kuby. Time, 49Jsec. CLUB HANDICAP (13.3 to 14.0J— 4 furlongs. Mr. E. George's Eose Mary, 7st Olb (Gordon) ... 1 Othor starters : Black Swan 9st 121b, Winnie Oat, 'Daisy 9st 81b, True Ost 4lb, Alicia 7st 81b. Bett...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLEBE BEAT WAVERLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

GLEBE BEAT WAVERLEY. The wictet on tho Waverley Oval was very bad after tho heavy weather, nnd the local batsmen had no chance of making the number of runs sot them by tlio Glebe ou the previous Saturday. Buckle, especially, and Newell bowled with deadly effect, for tho victors. Scores : — GLEBE. First Innings ? 239 WAVERLEY — First Innings. P. Pomell, b liuoklo ? 4 W. Trick ett, b Buckle ? ? 3 E, Ironside, b Newell ? ? ... 2 A. Austin, c Houghton, b Buckle ... 5 W. Harxiugton. c Dmtgan, b Buckle ... 0 W. Bell, c Moore, b Newell ... 4 W. Vt'alford, b Bupklo ? ... 0 F. M'Elhone. not out ? ... 15 A. Torry, c Bnoklo, b Newell ? ? 9 Upton, b Buckle ... ... ... ... 0 F. Michell, b Buckle ... ... ... 0 Sundries ? ... ; ... ... 3 Total ... ' ... . ... ? 45 Bowling Analysis. o. nr. b. w. A. Buckle ... ... .... 15-2 5 23 7 A. Newoll ... ... ... 16 7 18 S Second Innings. F. M'Elhono, b Kelk ? ? ... 0 A. Terry, run out ... ? ... 8 P. Pomell, b Kelk ? ... - ? 1 W. Bell, run out ... ? ... ' ? ? ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CANTERBURY BEAT NORTH SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

CANTERBURY BEAT NORTH. SYDNEY.. The Canterbury Eleven scored their first victory in the Senior competition at Norwood Park yester day against North Sydney. Scores : — CANTEEBUEY. First Innings ? ... ? 96 - Seoond Innings. W. Eobison, rnn out ? ... 18 Lloyd, b Whaley ? 5 W. Sheridan, c Wheatley, b Whaley ... 28 S. Jones, b Wheatley ? 13 J. Ashdown, b Wheatley ... ... ... 10 W. Thompson, o Duff, b Whaley ... . 4 J. Gelding, c Wheatley, b Whaley ... 22 Brown, not out ? 5 . .T. E. Nash, c Deane, b Whaley ... ... 9 1 light, c II. Wade, b Wheatley ... ... 7 W. E. Scotter, b Wheatley ... ... 0 Sundries ? ... ... ... 3 Total ? ... ? ? 124 Bowlino Analysis. o. m. n. w. Wheatley ... ... ... ... 16 1 58 5 Whaley ? ^ ... ? ... 19 5 83 4 F. Wade ? ? 5 1 12 0 Holland ? ? ... ... * 0 14 0 NORTH SYDNEY, First Innings... ... ... ... ... S9 Second Innings. Wheatley, c Jones, b llobison ... ' ... 4 Duff, c Ashdown, 1) Nash ? ? ... 0 Deane, c .lonos, b Eobison ... ... 0 Doneghue, b Eobison ? ... 0 Nels...

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EAST SYDNEY BEAT MANLY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

EAST SYDNEY BEAT MANLY* The champions, despite the fact that they wore 10 runs behind on tbe first innings, defeated Manly yesterday. Tho wicket was in a very bad state, and the villagers collapsed for 51 iu tho second innings. East Syaiiey then compiled 61 for four wickets, winning by six wickets. Scores : — MANLY. First Innings ? 95 Second Inniugs. . H. D. L. Woods, c C. Eichardson, b Pitt 0 A. Hayes, b Pitt ? 4 F. Eidge, b Shoa ? 25 F. EoW, c and b Pitt ... ..., ... - 3 , O. Eawson, c JPitt, b Shea ? ... 1 E. Bennett, b Shea ... ... 0 W. Fraser, c Fitxgerald, b Pitt ... ... 0 J. Cargill, st Burton, b Pitt ... 2 13. Hayes, b Pitt .. ... ? ... 9 . S. Eidge, c. W. Eichardson, b Pitt ... 0 G. Pritohott, not out ... ... ... 1 Sundries ... ... ... ... ... 6 Total... ... ... .... ... 51 Bowling Analysis. o. m. a. w. M. Shoa ? ... H 8 12 3 G.Pitt ... ... ... ?''?14. -3 33 7 EAST SYDNEY. . Firnt Innings... '... ... ? 85 Second Innings! C. Eichardson, b W. 'Frnser ... ... 5 J. Gould, c F. ...

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THE ENGLISHMEN AT BROKEN HILL. (BT WIRE.-FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). BROKEN HILL, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

THIS ENGLISH MKN AT BltOKEN HILL. (by WIRE. — FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). ] Broken Hill, Saturday Night. The Englishmen' continued their innings to day, and were got rid of for 178 runs, Maclaren making 56 and Stoddart 55. The Broken Hill Eighteen,1 who mado only 68 iii the first innings, were dismissed for 102 iu the second attempt, boing thus beuten by an innings and 8 runs. Scores : — BROKEN HILL EIGHTEEN. First Innings ? ... ? 68 Second Innings ? 102 ENGLAND— First Innings. E. Peel, lb w, b Neilson ? 1 L. H. Gay, b Mitchell ... ... ... 2 A. Ward, o Sliarlaud, b Eoss ? 18 ? W. Brockwell, b Eosb ? 6 A. C. Maclaren, c D'Arcy, b Neilson ... 56 F. G. J. Ford, c Sharland, b Mitchell... 4 A. l'l. Stoddart, c Ford, b Eoss ... ... 55 H. Philip80u, c and b Eoss ? 18 J. Briggs, c Herbert, b Neilson ? 10 J. T. Brown, c Ford, b Eobs ... ... X W. A. Humphreys, not out ... ... 0 Sundries ? ... ... ... 7 Total ... ? ... ... 178 Bowling Analysis. — Neilson, 122 balls, 9 maidenB, 31 runs, 3 wick...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FALL FROM A SULKY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

A FALL FROM A SULKY. Patrick O'Hallokan was treated at Sydney Hospital last evening for injuries on tho head rweired through falling 'out of a sulky. U Hallorau resides at Kippax-street, Surry Hills, .-and although considerably dazed, returned to his residence after treatment.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MILITARY ROAD TRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

MILITARY ROAD TRAM. We lenrn that arrangements have been made by tho Railway Commissioners for watering the route of the electric tram at *orth Sydney, a boon that will doubtless be appreciated by residents as well as travellers by the tram.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAY VIEW ASYLUM COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

HAY VIEW ASYLUM COMMISSION. The taking of evidence in connection with the Bay View Asylum Commission will be concluded this week. ]

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ASSAULTED BY A STREETMUSICIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

ASSAULTED BY A STREET MUSICIAN. A. man named Tbomau Garland presented him self at the Sydney Hospital last evening- foe niedical treatment, consequent upon injuries received' through being assaulted («o ho stated) by a street musician. Garland had a out du tho head, apparently inflicted by some hard weapon.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SERVICE. PLAIN TALK ABOUT THE DEPARTMENTS. Mixed-Up Departments and Branches. Shameful Waste of Public Money. Strange Official Doings-Facts and Figures. (III.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

THE service; PLAIN TALK ABOUT THE DEPARTMENTS. Mixed-Up Departments and Brandies. Shameful Waste of Fublic Money. Strange Official Doings— Facts and Figures. (ill.) » Under the head of 'Land Agents, Appraisers, and others,' we find that a Bum of iJ55,854 was expended iu 1894, in addition' to the expenditure of another sum of about .£40,000 under the head of 'Local Land Boards,' making a round total, with the inevitable 'contin- gencies,' of about -8100,000 per year. It has already been pointed out in these articles that a very large saving could be— effected by making the district surveyors tx officio chairmen of local Land Boards, and by amalgamating the Mines and Lands Departments the other sum of .£55,000 could also be greatly reduced. As a matter of fact, a great deal of work at the present time is done twice, and in some instances three times over, and the total vote of J3100.000 per annum could be reduced one-half, thus^effecting a saving of £50,000 A YEAR, without the least i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RETRENCHMENT IN THE CIVIL SERVICE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "SUNDAY TIMES.") [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

RETRENCHMENT IN THE CIVIL SERVICE. (to THE EDITOR Otf THE ' SUNDAY TIMES.') Sir, — The Minister for Works is credited with superhuman efforts in endeavoring to effect retrenchment in his Department of the Service. At tho end of last year a largo number of clerks wore dismissed from the electoral othco. id r. Young's son, a single man, however, was retained and appointed to a permanent situation. Con sidering tho Minister in question receives .£1500 per annum from the country, I think it would be more consistent with his diguity and his avowed policy of curtail ment pf expenses if he kupt his son out of his salary, and gave, say, a married man with a family a show of filling the posi tion. — l am, &c./ Fair Play.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAILING. INTERCOLONIAL CHAMPION RACE. AN IMMENSE SUCCESS. Thousands of Spectators. A win for the Sydney Beat, Esmeralda. The Other Places Secured by Local Beats. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

SAXLIM. - INTERCOLONIAL CHAMPION RACE. AN IMMENSE SUCCESS. ?- Thousands of Spectators. A Win for tlie Sydney Iloat, Esmeralda. The Other Places Secured by Local lionts. Sydney Harbor yesterday afternoon pre sented a sight well worthy of its reputation as the home of Australian boating and yaoht sailing. Perhaps never before has suoh a scene beon witnessed from the shores of Pork Jackson, and never before in the annals of our aquatics has there boen such a sailing event, in point of interoBt, as that of tho first of the Intercolonial 22-footers Champion R&oo. Innumerable sailing boats of every descrip tion, from the 40-tonner to the oanvas dingy, the canoe, and the advertisement boat turned out in their best suits to do honor to the aquatic evont whioh had beon the subject of'talk aud speculation for weeks. Rowing boats, too, were afloat in hundreds. Large steamers orow'ded with passengers passed np and down tho port like anxious people striving against one another, without a...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE THREE TEST MATCHES. SOME SURPRISING FIGURES RELATING TO THE AUSTRALIAN TEAMS. Showing N.S.W. Ahead With Both Bat and Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

THE THREE TEST MATCHES. SOME SURPRISING FIGURES RELA TING TO THE AUSTRALIAN TEAMS. Showing N.S.W. Ahead With Both Bat and Ball. (By 'Not Out.') Thinking that it would be very interesting to know to what extent the cricketers of each of the three leading colonies assisted Australia in the three tost matches already concluded, and being somewhat curious to know how far wide of the truth was the recent utterance regarding New South Wales cricketers of a reputedlv hisrh-class Victorian player, I have compiled the batting and bowling averages, aggregating them into three sections, representing New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia respectively. The result is eminently flattering to New South Wales, whose players occupy THE POSITION OF HONOR in each department of the game. Vic toria stands second, whilst South Australia — in many quarters regarded as the crack cricketing colony of the group — is at the bottom of the list in both batting and bowling. An analysis of -the figures ap...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAVISTER'S NOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

BAYISTER'S NOSE. Mr. T. Bavister, M.L.A., lias brought under the notico of the Public Works De partment the bad condition of the Long Cove Creek sewer, between Petersham and Summer Hill, and at his request an officer was sent out to report, and subsequently a number of men were despatched to clean out the sewer, which has since been in a much bettor condition. — E. News. Lot us sing in verses joyful of apatriotio tone, How ho did the deed of glory all unaided aud alone ; Let us do a blooming barn dance in our operatio clothes, Praising Baviater the Dauntless and his highly useful nose, Ilis noao, His noso, His most inquiring, health - desiring, high aspiring nose. Come, ye solemn, sad electors, from your homes, and haunts, and clubs, Come wheu Bavistor Aladdin his discerning feature rubs ; For the suiolls of Sydney sewers vanish straightway when ho goos Out upon tho smollful warpath in the suburbs with his noao-, His noso, His nose, His bold and foarleBs, brave and poerlesa, also be...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 20 January 1895

ODE TELEPHONE. Ting-a-ling-ling-ling ! Hello! who calls? Mo. Don't you know my voioe ? Can't say wo recognise it. Perhaps you will oblige with your name? It's me — John Smith, of Mugwump Flat, and I want youcto pitoh into ther Govment. Certaiulv, anything to oblige; but what particular iniquity have thoy been guilty of? Well, its this way, yer see. 1 vo boon a residenter of this 'ero Flat for going on nigh about thirty years, aiull thought it was about time I was mado a J. P. Ah ! we begin to see what you want. And what are your qualifications for the posiiion? Qualifications, ch ? Well, ain't I able to buy up the whole of Alugwurop if I want to, aud own a good llimp of it as it is? What more qualifications do you want ? Well, no doubt they aro valuable in their way, but lattorly the publio have manifested a prejudice for a certain amount of education in their honorary magistrates. | Eddication ! What does a J.P. want with that? As long as he can tell whether a man is drunk or sober...

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