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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

TO EOESE-OWNBSS. JOCKEY GAPS iQ COLORS TO OEDER AT I MA3RK FOra

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

' BEJIK ] rswAfi DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED. f j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

Fish, Mame, Milh. N.S.W. FRESH FOOD AND ? I0E CO., LTD, - ! 1 ? . :'v job . , ?MTT/IT, CBEAM, I ' ICE, PISH, GAME, ?- . POUI/TEY, BUTTEB, PASTE Y, HEAD OFFICE — ?' 25 HARBOR-STREET, REFRESHMENT DEPOTS— 92 KING-STREET 23 ROYAL ARCADE FISH, GAME, AND POULTRY DEPOT— 135 KING-STREET. THE CASTS OP THE COMPANY DELIVEE DAILY IN THE CITY AND SUBUBBS. ? '\ AGENTS IN ALL THE SUBUBBS, ANi) ALL PAETS OF THE COUNTEY. BODALLA CHEESE . The Finest in the Market. Our Esgistered Brand is on Every Cheese. BODALLA BACON Corn Fed and Mild Cure. BODALLA HAMS .In get up and quality are Equal to the Best __ ENGLISH. JOHN SHEARWIN, WHOLESALE AGENT, 229 SUSSEX-STEEET. ? BlotelS. ? ROBERTS' SINGLE BOTTLE DEPARTMENT, MARKET-STREET, Next George-street. LOOK AT THE PEICES. HENNESST'S PALE BRANDY, 6s 3d USHEB'S SPECIAL EESEBVE WHISKY, 4s. BROWN'S FOUR CROWN WHISKY, 8s 9d. 'WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS, 4s and 2a. ? CASTER'S HOTEL, Corner of PARK and GEOEGE STEEETS. This Well-kuowr, Popular, and ©Id-Established Hotel is condu...

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THEY SAY— [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

TREY SiY— That all arfcesiaa bore near East Moree has ' struck ile.' That the Upper House question is daily looming larger. That another cable route to Europe is an urgent necessity. That a gold-mining boom is imminent in Now South 'Wales. That the electric liglit gives great satis faction in Redfern. That time-pieces must be put back five minutes next Friday. That the wheatgrowers have been crying out before they were hurt. jThat amateur fishermen will at laBt have their interests protected. That it is time the Illawarra suburbs had a half-hourly train service. That the banking returns show a continued accumulation of idle capital. That the Victorian finances are in want of a deal of soleing and healing. That Lord Brassey has a duty to perform [ in Victoria— at reduced rates. That the Rifle Club Reserves should prove a valuable second line of defence. That Sydney should be cut loose and towed over to Hobart bodily. That the batting of the Yictorian team in general on Friday was lif...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A MAYORAL PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

A MAYORAL PRESENTATION. On Thursday last at the Town Hall Mr. S. E. Lees, Mayor of the city, was the re cipient of a handsomely engraved address from the trustees, directors, and officers of the Nos. 6, 7, and 8 Starr-Bowkett Benefit Building Societies, of which he has been a director for many years past. The address was embellished with pictures of Mr. Lees' business establishment, the Town Hall, and j portraits of the signatories, with Mr. Lees' own portrait on the top. It expressed the I congratulations of the gentleman referred to upon Mr. Lees' elevation to the Mayoralty, and their appreciation of his long and valuable services in connection with the societies named. The presentation was made by Alderman J. C. Beare in some very happy remarks, which were supported by Messrs. J. H. Davies, J.P., and A. C. Hewlett, on behalf of the respective societies with which they were connected. The Mayor, in acknowledging the pre sentation, expressed the pleasure he felt in knowing that he ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOCIAL ITEMS ENGAGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

ifiif ML ENGAGEMENTS. 28 — Walton's 'Weekly Assembly at ' Surrey ville.' 29— Pringle and Killer's Assembly, Leigh House. The 'Waverley Novel' Fair will be held in the Paddington Town Hall next week. It gives promise of being novel in more ways than one, and particularly attractive. The opening ceremony will be performed by His Eminence Cardinal Moran on Saturday next, February 2, at 3 p.m. The fair is in aid of the B.C. Church at Waverley. under the guidance of tha Franciscan Fathers. Tbe characters to be assumed by the ladies in charge of the stalls are from Sir Walter Scott's 'Waverley Novels,' and as considerable care has been lavished upon their pre paration they are expected to present a very attractive appearance. On Monday evening, the 21sfc inst., Euston House, Chester-street, Manly, the residence of Mr. J. Dingle, was visited by a number of the family's friends to cele brate the anniversary of Miss L. Dingle's natal day. After full justice had been done to a capital supper,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

ITEMS OP INTEREST. . Electricity is now used to improve the com plexion. There are in England and Wales' 14,960 football clubs. ( In France all postage-stamps are sold at the cigar-shops. I A Corean ' never wears a hat until he is en gaged to be married. h Use Amykos for irritation of tbe skin.* About 1000 servants are attached to the ( Eoyal household of Great Britain, f Danish lighthouses are supplied with oil to | 2-ump on the waves in case of a storm. ; Blacksmith's tongs and pincers, together i with hammers, have just been unearthed at i Ptfmpeii. r Cripples are seldom seen in China. When a deformed child is born, it is at once put to death. j Colemane and Sons' Eucalypte Extract of : the best. Gold medal, Chicago, 1893.* . ! 'By the Way,' being crisp comments on current topics, will be found on page 2 this ? week. r The female brain commences to deoline in 'weight after the age of thirty, the male not tintil ten years latter. j Silvester Bros.' pork sausages aro like those ' y...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

THE LEADl^'BiANI), SHAMROCK Jp:; WHISKY, ; PURE AND MELLOW. CHOICEST SPIRIT IMPORTED. ILo©li fibs? Fffize (Doapostp UJndep Oapaaloo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

:= ? ; : it l THE GEQSYMOf: : HOTEIi;., COMPANY, LIMITED, Q-EOBYEN OR-SQUARE, SYDNEY, / THE LEADING ''AND &10ST FASHIONABLE HOTEL 8R3 THE COLONIES. Tariff from 10s 6d per Day. PRIVATE DINNERS, BANQUETS, WEDDING BREAKFASTS, &c. / . ? v : „ &&ANK T. PAGET, Manaobb.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

TH?|C%p 11 1 Portrait Co* ? ? JLasfJ.. JLiL^N08O George St., Sjjdnej? SIX ENAMELLED CABINETS, TOGETHER'] pQSi WITH A BEAUTIFUL ENLARGEMENT- 1 ? : . ON OPAL OR PERMANENT BROMIDE- ^-3 Size l'O x 12 inohes. \ ~ J V,:. -. ' ?' 'A ???..; ?:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

— 33 E, I IN' ? IS?) M R TT isio [&) Mr ^o\.jUjri4- . EXTBA LIQ-BCT, 'WHOLBSOME, .AJSnD T'AJjA-TA.BXiE,' ? _? ? JTEW BREW NOW SELLING EHEELY. - 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 the pot with boiling water, and never use water that has boen simmering a long time. A good cup must not be .'expected unless it has been infused about seven minutes. ? IN ADDITION it is necessary that you should choose the eight blend of tea, for it is important that a study should be made by wholesale Tea Dealers as to the flavor of the Tea they supply. If you follow our instructions and use AETHUE GBAY AND CO.'S Tell, which may be obtained from all geocees, you will find the evening meal promptly revives exhausted strength. They are willing, upon receipt of a letter, to send you, post free, a SAMPLE OF TEA. This is an inducement to give their Packet Tea a trial, and we feel sure t...

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BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

[?] During the week a' cruel ukase has gone forth which has blighted the hopes and ambitions of four . hun dred heaven-born justices, for out ot five hundred applications from persons willing to immolate themselves on. their country's altar in the cause of law and. order, only one hundred have been fortu nate enough to be placed upon the judg ment seat. Only one hundred magisterial certificates conveying the much-coveted title of J.P. are issued, and what are these among so many. There has evidently been a great opportunity lost, however, and next time the Government contemplate making additions to the magisterial bench it should certainly be seized. Just imagine what a revenue might' have been derived if the hundred positions had been sub mitted to public auction. The purchasers might even be willing to contribute an 'equal amount to that which another set of patriots rcceive for legislating or other wise for their bleeding country. What a stroke of . finance that would be if the C...

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LABOR FUNDS. A Novel Method of "Raising the Wind." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

LABOR FUNDS. A NoycI Method of 'Raising the 'Wind.' The Cigar and Tobacco World for De cember gives a report of a meeting of the Nottingham and District Tobacconists' Association, at which a curious revelation was made. The Association, it seems, thought that a certain threepenny cigar — the Labor Leader brand — was being sold at prices and commissions which are unfair to the retail trader, and in the course of their deliberations it transpired that a re presentative of the Independent Labor Party was in attendance, and was willing to make a statement. Leave having been granted, a gentleman rejoicing in the un democratic and un-English nam© of M. Procipides entered the room, and informed the meeting that ho was an agent of the Independent Labor Party, who, not having sufficient money for electoral purposes, endeavored to raise it by various ways and means. They had, therefore, registered a trade mark, and it was their custom to allow manufacturers of various goods to use their mark,...

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NO INFANTS NEED APPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

NO INFANTS NEED APPLY. The Queensland Colonial Secretary has received a telegram from, the Ministers' Union, Charters Towers, asking the Government to prevent a railway excursion to Burdekin Eiver on Sunday next, in connection with which games, dancing, and a baby show are announced. It is a warm but pious place is Queensland, so they say, Though regions reckoned not bo hot are all the other way. Hooray ! I say ! ' They would not have a baby show that they thought it quite too gay I Now won't there be a holy row amongst the fond mammas, And some profanity, perhaps, from over-proud papas, Who'll swear, Up there ! If that ere baby show is 'bust' by pious MiniBtahs. The Government may stop the fun, and then you'll hoar 'om whoop, Each young mamma will have 'high strikes,' each infant got the croup. And then, Our pon We'll stake (our sooks as well) that someone's . in the soup ! Those sinful games and dance affairs the pastors might not mind, But baby exhibitionists to morals quite are ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

MAKE M MISTAKE, But come by 'bus or tram, or oab, or on Shanks' pony, to MICK SIMMONS' HAYMARKET DEPOT, If you want real genuine bargains in Dolls, or Fancy Goods of evory kind, for a Splendid Consignment, diroot from the best European makers, ia now being cleared out, to MAKE EOOM FOE NEW STOCK, Now on its way, at prices whioh aro guaran teed to be 60 P.ER CENT. UNDER COST. Then, too, the Depot is going in for Speoial Reductions in its splondid stock of CRICKETING GOODS, And this inoludes Bats, Balls, Stumpg, Pads, Gloves, Sooring-books, &o., by all tho LEADING MAKERS IN ENGLAND. And, while running their eyes over this branoh, Cricketers should pay Special Atten tion to tho ECLIPSE CRICKET BALLS, And, whan they try tiiem, it will be found a case of 'Eclipse first, the rosfc nowhere.' DON'T LEAVE THE t)EPOT Without trying the looally-made, from finest picked Virginia leaf (specially imported for the purpose from tho U.S.A.), GOLDEN. PHEASANT TOBACCO, For which Mick Simmons h...

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GENERAL BOOTH AND THE CZAR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

GENERAL BOOTH AHB TIIE CZAR. The following message was despatched to the Czar of Russia on the 27th ult. : — ' The Salvation Army throughout the world greets His Imperial Majesty with assurance of heartfelt sympathy in his re cent bereavement, and fervent prayers for happy, holy union, and long reign of use- ( fulness and benevolence. — William Booth, j * General.' ' I The following reply to the above was received . J ' Deeply touched by your kind greeting and wishes.— Nicholas.'

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POPULAR DISCUSSIONS. For Men and Women. THE LATEST. Should the Single Men be Taxed ? [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

POPULAR DISCUSSIONS. For Men and Women. THE LATEST. Should the Single Men be Taxed V According to Mr. Coghlan there are some tens of thousands of marriageable men in Now 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 be awarded to the writer of tho letter ad judged to be the best. Lotters must reach ,us hot later than Friday, February 1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

. KOI^-OTJT^ONIO I STIMULATES AND GIVES TONE TO THE NERVOUS SYSTEM. A RAEiS APPETISER-PICK-ME-UP BRAIN TONIO. . KOLA AND SODA, FOE HOT DAYS. AH INVIGORATING DRINK. MSHEB'S MAEHACY, 837 WoiiGE-ST. (xN early Opp. G.P.O.) KXJXjA- PRICE, 5b., by Post, 6b 8d. DEQIj^A..

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WOMEN'S VIEWS And Chat. Jumped-up People—A Deterrent for Fast Men—Marriage with Love. TAR AND FEATHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

WOMEN'S VIEWS And Chat. ; Jumped-up People— A Deterrent for. Fast Men— Marriage witli love. TAB AND FEATHERS. The story of the young cavalier who was tarred and feathered the other day at New castle should strike fear into many a heart. It differs very much from what we read of iu poetry, in which the bold, bad man never figures like a porcupine, or' is never obliered to shed his skin in a turnentine bath. But supposing the practice is en couraged or taken as a precedent, how many married men will be safe ? My own belief is that a better moral losson can be taught by tar and feathers than by all the pulpit thumping in the world. A rou6 may sleep through a sermon and .leave a church in the odor of sanctity, but the other remedy would keep him awake and touch his con science in a way that he would never forget. JUMPED-UP PEOPLE. ? What gives .us clean away if we happen to belong to what Mary Jane calls the 'jumped-up classes,' is our attempts at expensive furnishing. I saw a shocking ...

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THE HISTORY OF A SCAR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

THE HISTOftY Of A SCAR. On the baok of my right hand— just about the middle of it — there ia a small scar, half as big as a threepenny pioce, perhaps. You would never notice it unless I showed it to yon, and even then you would have to look Bharp to see it. But it's there, all the same, and will bo until the hand is roturned to dust. It dates back forty years, that soar does. Going home from Bchool ono day another boy and I quarrelled and fought. Strange to say, it wasn't about a girl either. Anyway, he drew his jack-knife and stabbed me in tho back of the right hand. The wound, I re member, was slow to heai. It was sore and inflamed for months, and. hardly a day but something hit ifc, or I knocked it against some thing, and so made it worse. My wholo avail able'body appeared to bo concentrated in that sore. You know how such things are. They are like boils, and if there is any comfortable spot to have a boil there are loads of money waiting for the fellow who discovers it. Lately w...

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