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

Special Advertisements. . A USTBALIAN MUTUAL FIEE J-L ' INSUBANCE SOCIETY. Established 1872. Ibe Oldest Mutual Fire Office in Australia, CAPITAL £100,000, with power to increase to £1,000,000. BEKEBVE AND INVESTMENT FUNDS, £U1,G96. Uncalled Capital, £87,500. PUBELY A COLONIAL OFPIOB, deriving its income from New South Wales only, no risks being taken outside the colony. A BONUS OF 20 PEE CENT, fins been paid annually since 1873, divided between Policy-holders and Shareholders. The amount thus distributed totals £110,923, CLAIMS PBOJIPTLY AND LIBEEALLY SETTLED. Fifteen days' graco allowed for Benawol of Policies — a protection afforded by no other Fire Insurance Company. Hon. GEOBGE THOENTON, M.L.C., Chairman. 'WALTEE CHUECH, Manager. Head Office : Corner PITT and KING STEEETS « t; W02TH FURNITURE. 10b down, Sa 6d O&y weekly; single iron bedsteads, 10s ; doublo do.,14s: Bpring mattresses, our own manufacture, 8s 6d. C. Forssberg, 78 William-street. ? £}-t f\ FUENITUEE, £1 dow...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY CUP. RANDWICK, APRIL 15, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

SYDNEY CUP. EANDWICK, APRIL 15, 1895. The New 'fcork and Brooklyn Tobacco C6m« pany, in acknowledgment; of the publio ap preciation of their efforts to encourage % spirit of intelligent interest in our leading SPORTING EVENTS, have determined to inaugurate a new series of Competitions in connection with their celo« - brated CARBINE AND TARGET CIGAEETTE3, by offering upon each important race of tho year SUBSTANTIAL CASH PRIZES. The first of this series will be open from JANUARY 7 to APRIL 11, and the sum offered for Competition is TWENTY-FIVE POUNDS, under conditions which are fully stated upon Tiokets enclosed in eaoh paoket of CARBINE CIGARETTES TARGET C!.GAEETTES. Competitors are required to name correctly the 1, 2, 3, Horses in the Sydney Cup, April 15. The Company DO NOT INSIST on the use of;the Tiokets, ast he Competition is FREE TO ALL, but would prefer their being used to facilitate dealing with correspondence. ALL TOBACCONISTS AND STOREKEEPERS Keep the Cigarettes. CLOSING DA...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LATE MICK SIMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

THE LATE MICK SIMMONS. The public will, naturally, be glad to knoir that THE BUSINESS so long and so Buocossf ully carried on by tha late Mick Simmons AT THE HAY MARKET. and lately extended to 147 Oxford-street as » Branch Establishment, will be Carried on BY HIS WIDOW AND SONS. No ohango will be made in the kind or quality of articles supplied, which have won for the Haymarket Depot an Australasian reputation, nor will there be any departure from the establishment's well-known motto of SMALL PEOFITS AND QUICK EETUENS, which means cash buying and selling, and consequent low prioes. THE BIGGEST TRADE IN SYDNEY IN FANCY GOODS, Toys, and Indoor and Outdoor Games, and their appliances, is carried on by the Depdt, in addition to a large and ever-inoreasingf business in all kinds of BARBERS AND HAIRDRESSERS' Requirements ; such as machinery, razors, scissors, chairs, and everything else needful ia the Saloon. TOBACCO, CIGAES, AND CIGARETTES. All and every kind of tobacconists' goods are s...

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

S==S PBIDDT'S P^ort^||| 4T 0NCE — I Bfl p» r- n f O */ 1 — JPIJOCI/AHl ^^JSaS— Mm a ^Z*^ OX AM* They give a creditable appearance, whioh. is BETTEE than BANK NOTES, and as GOOD as UOLD. DO NOT FADE. AEE LATEST FASHION AND LIGHT WEIGHT. W0BLD.UKX0W5ED ! And have taken Prizes at all tho important Exhibi tions for the last Fifty Years. Note the Addresses — 438 GEOUGE-STUEET (oppoaito LasBotter'a), 678 GEORGE-STREET (Brickfield Hill). Orders by Post carefully attended to. fyjER¥©yS DEBflLITY A GUAEANT3ED CORZ1. HERR RASSMUSSER, THE CELEBRATED DANISH HERBALIST, 547 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, Has received over 100,000 Genuino Testimonials, two Gold Medals, and Diploma of Honour for his world renowned Alfaline Remedies. Sufforero from tbe Blood and Norwoc should immediately send lor his free and useful pamphlet which contains valuable hints on How to Cure Nervous Debility, Blood Diseases, Barrenness, and other complaints. . Horvouo Doblliiy, Lost Vitality, Errors, Varicocele, Lost Manhood rest...

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

^^^ , Xi ADIES 1*^-^*-' Plaits and Tails, nil Eeal Hair (20 inches lon^), 6s t«d. Fringes made of Natural Curly Hair, from 3s Cd. Combings or Cuttings worked up for 2s 6d per ounce. Private and Theatri cal Wigs to order and for Hire. Tho Latest Hnir Frames) for dressing1 the hair on, with instructions, 3 s each. Country Orders receive prompt attention, and Posted free. King and Oeean sts. Cable Trams pass 1 the door. Get out I3ourke-st. ForsW. H. WIGZELL'S, 126 WILLIAM-STBEET SYDNEY (Only.) VTE AEE THE CHEAPEST IN SYDNEY.

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

TiA'DT'FiST DO WIT ]PJLSS JUj^JL/JLJLlJkJ o U\J lllil THIS HAVE YOU SEEN OUR BLOUSE SHOW ? THEY AKE THE TALK OF THE TOWN. WE HAVE THEM IN EVERY STYLE, MATEBIAL, SIZE, AND PRICE. OUT SIZES' AND EXTRA OUT SIZES ALWAYS IN STOCK. READ THIS LIST kM THEM SEE THEM— No; 1, Light and Dark Ground Cambrics, deep-frillod collar, fast colors, all la ll£d. No. 2, a nioe lot in Colored Zephyrs, Soft Cambrics, deep-frillod collar, lace insertion, only 2a lid. Also, Colored Zephyrs with laoo'yokes, 2a lid ; also Black 131ou883, tucked collar and frill, 2a lid. No. S, a very 'pretty line in Colored Zephyrs, tuoked frill and deep collar, 3s lid. No. 4, a very stylish .blouse in Colored Zophyrs, deep collar of laoe and insertion, only 4a lid. A QEAND LOT OF WHITE BLOUSES, IN VAH1OUS STYLES At the Same Prioes as Above. AIbo, white-spot Muslin, with laoe edging and insertion, 5s lid j also, with Yoke of Laoo and Embroidery, at 6s lid. SHIET BLOUSES. We have the Largest, Cheapest, aud Best Asssortment in ...

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

' METROPOLITAN ' HORSE AND CARRIAGE BAZAAR. ?HEAD DEPOT: 472-82 HARRIS-STREET, ULTIMO. TELEPHONE No. 1160, LAEGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT 01' VEHICLES FOE HIEE IN THE CITY. LAN-DAITS, BEOUGHAMS, FOUR-IN-HAND DRAGS, WAGGONETTES, &o., &o. WEDDING CASEIAGE8 A SPECIALITY. CITT EEANCH : 87 CASTLEREAGH-STREET, SYDNEY. __ ? TELEPHONE ? WHOLESALE SHIPPING AND FAMILY BUTCHER PURVEYOR TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR : AND THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF THE CITY. . 154, PITT-STREET. ROBERTSON'S WHISKY. The Huntsman's Motto— Moot and Drink 'J.B.D.' THE ONE PERFECT SCOTCH WHISKY PURE, WHOLESaiTE, PALATABLE. B n {[% INSIST UPON HAVING ? n n J K 0 ANBSEE THAT J R Q diHBd&^n YOU GET IT. iS«IliW« COUPON WITH EVERY CASE, And for each Two Gallons. VTCKERS' DRY GIN AND OLD TOM. SANDOiAN, 74 PITT-STREET. ^IXcw/ty ^^ao a/Kb Qpo&j h\-\X ^p ftp* '^ __^_1 , ^ ,, E X C E LS~ | |sa J|k THEM ALL. Goveruinent &Wttw3 Notices. NOTICE UNDER REAL PROPERTY ACT. APPLICATIONS bavins been m...

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BY THE WAY MININIG AND FINANCE. THE MINES AND THE MINING MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

IWiBlI®! wsmmmm BathttesT would seem to be considerably in advance of Sydney in respect to woman's rights, if we may judge from the fact that a cricket match between rival teams of the local and Lithgow ladies came off in the former city on Boxing Day. Bathurst won by a few runs, probably owing to a wet wicket or something, and there have been heartburnings among the Lithgow cricketeresseB sinco — not because of their defeat, of course, but because their opponents did not see them off by the train. On the other hand, the Bathurst beauties say firGt that they did not know they were going by that particular train ; next, that what the Litbgow lasses were really grieved about was that they expected a grand ball to bo given in their honor, but as the match was a failure from a financial standpoint the funds wouldn't run to it ; and lastly, that they gave the Lifchgow girls a jolly good dinner, and spent the evening with them. In view of the possi bility of any of the members of either t...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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POLICE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

POLICE COURTS. Alleged Burglary.— At the Water Police Court yesterday Geo. M array, 44, commercial traveller, was charged that, in company with others, he did burglariously break and enter the dwelling of Helen Mary Cornell, 44 Eoslyn Gardens, and Btoal jewellery, clothing, &c, valued p-t .£25 ; also one pair of boots, valued at Jj2, tho property of John Johnson. At the inetauce of tho prosecution he was remanded until Tuesday next, bail refused. Without a Ticket.— Dennis O'Brien, 33, was fined £2 or oho month for travelling on the s.s. Namoi without a ticket. An Old Pilgrim's Progress. — Jesse Bnnyan, 80 years of age, who had been locked up for protection, said ho would sooner die outsido than starve in the asylum. He was recom monded for admission to tho Benevolent Insti tution. Remanded. — Goo. Atkinson, 71, olerk, on a charge of vagranoy, was romanded for a week. Accused of Vagrancy.— At tho Central Police Court, Emily Knowles, 22, and Eliza beth Sims, 27, who appeared, ...

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VOICE OF THE PEOPLE. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. (The Editor does not hold himself responsible for the opinions expressed by correspondents.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

VOICE 0E THE PEOPLE. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. ' (The Editor does not hold himBelf responsible for tue opinions expressed by correspondents.) Selling Tickets on the Trams.— Sir,— The controllers of the various heads of the Civil Servioe can Ranerally bo rolled upt-n to do things by halves if they do them at all. After years of lonsjr-Bufferinff the public managed to induce the Tramway management to allow the oonduotors to sell tickets on the cars. When tho innovation, was established thore was a. creat outcry by supposed friends of the con ductors to the effect that these hard-worked officials could not find timo to sell tickets and attend to other duties. Even now the sale of tickets on the cars has ita restrictions, and the guards will not condescend (there's nothiiig so lasting as a bit of ' red-tape ') to sell leBs than sixpenn'orth of tickets. Thus the chief end of the altered system is defeated, for more than anything else do rioh and poor aliko at times require 2d or 4d worth of...

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MICK SIMMONS, HAYMARKET, SYDNEY, (Branch Depot-147 OXFORD-STREET). [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

MICK SIMMONS, HAYMAEEET, SYDNEY, (Brunch Depdt— 147 OXFUBD-STEEET). Another dreadful crime, it appears, is now rife in this otherwise fair land, 'where every prospect pleases and only man is vile,' being no less than the atrocious . practice of manufacturing tobacco leaf for private smoking. According to an evening paper this abominable habit is getting quite* prevalent amongst smokers, but . the lyux-eyod Collector of Customs ha3 ? courageously announced his intention to put it down with an amount of zeal worthy of Alderman Cute, when he signified hie dotermiuation to put down suicide. To thio end it appears that a substantial reward is to be offered for information respecting anyone found manufacturing tobacco for his own use. Those desperate criminals, therefore, who have already entered upon a, career of guilt in this respect, had better lose no time in turning over a new to bacco-leaf, and hiding their little press and . their bottle of molasso3, lest they, too, b ;» brought to...

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

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GENERAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

GENERAL REMARKS. Tho market opened after the holidays in a vory dull fashion. So far as investment stocks are concerned, the little business that has taken place ha3 been confined to Government stock, at 105Jr: Bank of New South Wales, with buvors at 25£, sellers 25J, and no busi ness resulting. A. row commercial iia.no. oi Sydney Deposits changed hands at. 19s 9d in the i-. Good sales took placo oi Commercial of Australia Deposits at 14s 7|d. A.J.S. are being offered at 15s, and best buyer 14s Gd. Tooth's Brewery brought 13s 6d, North Shore Gas 20s. There was practically no mining buaintiss oonductod on 'Chango, but outside wo hear of sales of Papuans at 9s Gd ; Mount Aliens, paid, at 4s, and contributing at 2s _7d ; Kapai-Vermont A shares, at 3s (which, although an improvement on a previous Bale, does not even approach their true value). The Gympio market is still dull ; Bales of Smith fiold— Piles, at 5a 3d ; Columbia Smithfields, 6s Id, and North Smithfielda, at 34s. Eastern and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR LETTER BOX. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

OUR UETTKK BOX. TO COBRESPONDENTS. rLotters must reach us, addressed to the Mining Editor, teforo Friday. No notice ia taken of anony mous correspondence.] W.M.R. (Bathursti. — 1. Both prices are published in tho daily newspapers every week. Copper ia worth about .£41 and tin about .£62 per ton. 2. No, the firm in question has nothiDg to do with tho Amos mine. Interested. — The lowest price on record for silver was 2a 3d por oz., which was tho quptation in March, 1894. A Laborer (Singleton). — The returns from the Sunlight mine at Hillgrove have lately been a trifle over lOdwt per ton. We think it would bo bo3t to hold on. A nuvnbGr of good judges think the mine will como again. L.B. (Parramatta). — Wo expect tho building1 society itself would buy it at current rates, and so. save interest. Ask the manager. W. H. Thompson. — No doubt you could got gold from tho Hawkesbury sandBtone, but it would not pay to do so. The yellow metal is distributed throughout this series, but in suoh a ...

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SYDNEY AMATEUR SAILING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

SYDNEY AMATEUR SAILING CLUB. A general handicap race was sailed on Satur day by the above club. The conditions wero mainsnil and jib only, times being given at the start. Tho course sailed was from Kirribilli Point, round lightship and Sow and Pigs, Shark Island, tn.irk-boat off Fort Macquarie, Fort DeuiGon, und back to nuish, between mark boat r.nd Fort Macquarie. For prizes of JB4, £2, and £1. Tho starters were: — Wyvern, H. B. Pickerin?, 6min ; Curlew, H. B. Pickering. 5miu; Taipo, W. L. Hunt, 5mia; Buttercup, H. K. Car penter, 2tn;n; Varuna, W. N. Paul, scratch. Brownie and Ada May were entered but did not start. Tha raoe resulted in nn easv win for Wyvern. The times at the finish were :— ^ H. ST. S. Wyvern ? ^. ... 4 48 40 Curlew ? ? 4 52 5 Buttercup ? 4 53 0 Varuna ? 4 53 35 Taipo ... ... . ? 4 55 20

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EAST SYDNEY SAILING CLUB HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

EAST SYDNEY SAILING CLUB HANDICAP. Yesterday afternoon {he East Sydneys brought off a handicap race over the Manly course. The handicap was nuide at the post, and, judging by resnlts, proved a remarkably good one, the finish being very exciting. The entries wero:— Lady Duff (W. Fitzhenry) and Ida (II. Johnpon) scratch. Young Harrv (Geo. Parrett) 4min, Lottie (P. Eoberts) 2imin,'Sydnoj Penrce (H. Pearce) limin, Idothea (W. A. Nottiup) 3$miu, Xavinia (L. Masfiiire) 5miu, Ethel (S. Hollings) lOmin, Ethel (J. Nicholls) 12min. All but the lntter boat came to the post, and got away smartly to time. It was blowing a fresh south easter, and all made good time to Manly, tho club steamer being unablo to catch the leaders. On rounding tho buoy it waa seen that the Lavinia had run into first place, while the hack-markers, doing better in the ?lumpy sra between the Heads, had considerably closed the gap which separated them from tho lenders. Tho times at the buoy wero Lavinia \l\ I7min 2sec, Eth...

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

i ' CELLULAR AERTEX UNDERCLOTHING. .73 r\ (pELLtTLAR AERTEX CLOTH is composed of small colls, in vQ? (|3 which the air is enolosed, and warmed by the heat of tha c|s«' Bia ' body. A perfect non-conducting layer is thus formed next ' _,«33-' l& tbe ski-a. Owinpr to tho CELLULAR construction, this cloth ia ^FLLSJS £\P much l;2bter and BETTER VENTILATED than ordinary fabrics, ^ttedmttasajSptrdBtt ana j3 eaajer to wasb- CELLULAR AERTEX CLOTH is made in Aa{ I&j Cotton, Silk, Silk and Cotton, Silk and Wool, and Merino. psg| O§| k© T}ie Special Qualities of Cellular Clothing Are : '$?? ^'IS1 *? J-^ is Practical'y a supplementary skin, retaining warmth and yet pep f?y M\ mittiug of free evaporation. 2. It ia warm in winter, cool in summer, and fcM VjA 1 wherever (as In the tropics) evaporation requires to bo least impeded it is tf-4? \M mo3t efficacious. 8. Being exceptionally porous, it is the cleanliest and most easily waahed of all forma of clothing. GEKTLESIRN'S DEPART5I...

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JOHNSTONE'S BAY SAILING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

JOHNSTONE'S BAY SAILING CLUB. A steady south-oast broezo, a clear sky-, the Lady Manning carrying a goodly crowd of enthusiasts, and the presence of a number of fair and stately daughters of Eve, went yester day towards making ihe 13-footers' Champion Race of the Johustone'B Bay Sailing Club a complete succe3B. The goiitleuiou who actod rm hfllmlf nf I.lin olnh wnrn — Air ft 'Rnvrf starter and judga; Mr. A. E. Blair, time keoper ; Mr. F. J. Donovan, umpire ; and Mr. C. J. Collins, director of tho club steamer. The oourse sailed was from n. hoat moored off Goat Islaud, rcuud lightship, Sow and Pigs, round cihiirk Isiand (outside pile light and. buoy), uud to finish hetwuen starter's boat uud Goat Island. Tlie prizes competed for were — First £tt, second £2, mid third JBl. Tho boats to start were Nereid (G. Fletcher, son.). Cygnet (P. Doran), Nada (J. T. Bobiuson), Tempo tJ. Uroniu), Stella (J. Sommer ville), Oliuda (T. Colobrook, Ron.), Euby (U-. Holmes, jun.), Azteo (W. B. Griffiths...

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

OrCLlNG. The Eedfern Bicycle Club brought off a One Mile Handicap on tho Kodfern Oval yesterday afternoon. An interesting race ended in a victory for G. Pulford, who had 45yds start, J. Cameron, scratch, being second, and W. Cameron, oOydg, third. The race was won by about Syda. Time, 2min 43 l-5soc.

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SWIMMING. EAST SYDNEY SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

SWIMMING. EAST SYDNEY SWIMMING CLUB. The following handicaps have been declared for the East Sydney Swimming Club's second fort nightly Members' 66yds Handicap, which takes place at the Natatorium Basin, Pitt-street, on Thursday next, January 10, at 8 o'olock : — First Heat: A. L. Graham scratch, W. Penny 5sec, C. A. Finch 8, E. Mareton 9, E. Truelock 10, H. Healy 12. Second Heat: C. Eelliugs scrntoh.W. Summer belle 6soc, H. H. Pooler Dsefi, W. Thompsou 10, H. Garling 10, A. H. Ph'illipB 17. Thiru Heat: X. Watson 2sec, H. Hellings 5, C. Oliffe, 9, H. Ellis 10, J. Pym 10. . Fourth Heat : A. Auslebrook 4sec, S. Gerber 6, 11. C. Xtoid 9, J. M'Murtrie 30, A. B. M- William 11. Fiffh Heat: J. T. Bull Ssec, F. Pparson 6, G. C. Griifen 9, C.Lay 10, O. Cox 12. The East Sydney Swimming Club will hold an Iuter-clnb lOUyds Handicap on Thursday, January 24, at the Natatorium, and any mecibers of kindred clubs who wish to enter .iro requested to commu nicato with the hon. sec., Bor 9y6, G-.P.U.

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