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

SUNLIGHT YEAR BOOKS 'AND ALMANAC, 1895. A LONG-FELT WANT SUPPLIED. The Year Books contain ' 160 The Snnlight Almanac, - 450 Pages, Paper Covers,- Pages, hound in cloth, care folly compiled, edited, and fully compiled, edited, and brought up to date. brought up to date. Will be given FREE during JANUARY and FEBRUARY, 1895 to users of , SUNLIGHT BOAP. HOW TO OBTAIN COPIES FREE— Commencing January, and until aboye Books are all given, Purchasers of SUNLIGHT SOAP, will receiye from tlie Dealer from whom the Soap is purchased the Books, as follows:— , With eyery 2 Boxes or 6 Tablets of Sunlight Soap, One Handbook out of above. With every 6 Boxes or 18 Tablets of Sunlight Soap, One Sunlight Almanac. , NOTE, IMPORTANT— To Prevent Disappointment— BUY EARLY And BUY OFTEN. NOT FOR THE TOPf SUjSTLIGrHT |BUT FOR USE AND SHELF OF YEAR BOOKS, 1895. LeeyEKdayE ot YOUR BOOKCASE- So Home Complete Withont Them.l THE YEAR.

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

A BASELESS SCANDAL. A Bathubst paper, which has been called to account for a paragraph in connection With the scandalous and unjustifiable rumors with which Sydney has lately been aflame, makes an explanation, in the course of which it says that other papers, includ ing tho Sunday Times, published similar paragraphs. This is simply falsehood, The Sunday Times did not print the scandal, although it had many versions of the cruel calumny to select from. The rumor found no place in these Columns, and in stating -that it did the Bafchursfc paper in question affords fresh evidence of the untrustworthiness of its assertions, and also lays itself open to a legal reminder of the advisableness of adhering to fact. Tho Executive Committee of the Trades Hall are fortunate in being able to feel confident — as thoy say thoy do — that there is nofc a bettor or more solidly-constructed building in the colonies. Tho hall was put up by day labor, without contracting or sub-contracting. ? Chief-Secre...

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

THE SHOALIIAVEN DAIRIES. Whatever grounds there may have been for Mr. Fell's charge of filtliiness against some Shoalhaven dairies, the milk peoplo ?are not disposed to accept his statements as facts. It appears to be Mr. Fell's ambi tion to make a marketable condensed milk. and his complaint was that dirty dairying prevented Iub doing so. The Shoalhaven dairy farmers do nofc believe Mr. Fell's failure was due to the cause assigned, and they have challenged him to make con densed milk undorhis own conditions. One farmer offers a whole herd of cows for the purpose. Mr. Fell is to have the milk free if he succeeds; if ho fails he is to pay for every gallon used. Mr. Fell agrees to ac cept the verdict of the Government analy tical chemist, aud he also provides that the condensed milk made from this herd shall bo distributed to the public free of cost. The result will be awaited with considerable interest, apart from tho dirty dairy aspect of the question, as it is stated that so far no...

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

THE COMING MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. A new phase in connection with the Municipal Elections that are to take place in February will be the Btringent safe guards against intimidation, treating, employment of cabs, &c., provided by the Electoral Act. It is enacted in Clause 95 of tho Municipalities' Act of 18G7 that all the provisions of the Act in force relating to election of members of the Assembly, and dealing with bribery and corruption, shall be deemed to apply to the election of aldermen. As the coming election will be the first held in the country and suburbs since the passing of the Electoral Act, it behoves candidates who are seeking alder manic fame' to be careful of the means employed in obtaining their object.

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

LADIES ! OUR ANNUAL 'SALE. IS NOW 01 ' ? ONE YISXT. WILL MORE THAN REPAY YOU. Gf-ElsTTJIlSrE BEDUCTIOaSTS IN EYERY. DEi-^jaTM:'EisrT, FOR INSTANCE, LADIES' WHITE UNDKItSKEItTS, Deep Lace Frills, from Is 9d , ' to 4s lid. A Grand Show of UNDERCLOTHING Equally Cheap. CORSETS—' THE' CLARENCE,' reduced to 2s 6£d; usual price, 3s lid. ' LA. BELLE,' in Black and Colors, reduced to 2s ll£d; usual price, 4s lid. 'THE NELLIE STEWART,' with Shoulder-straps, reduced to 8s ll£d ; usual price, 5s lid. BLOUSES. BLOUSES. BLOUSES. Pink and Blue Zephyr, with deep frills, only is 9Jd. White, Pink, and Blue Zephyrs, deep fine lace collar, only 2s lid. ' * Heliotrope, White, Pink, and Blue Zephyr, trimmed fine laoG and insertion, only 8s lljd. In Shot Silk, trimmed lace insertion, only 4s lid ; trimmed jet, 5s lid. \ LADIES' CAMBRIC COSTUMES, trimmed, from 4s lid. - SERGE DRESS SKIRTS, all colors, trimmed, from 4s lid. CHILD'S COSTUMES, smockod, only Is lljd. CHILD'S PINAFORES, blouse shape, trimmed la...

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

THE MINING REVIVAL. It would be impossible to peruse the reports of new discoveries and rich returns from our mining districts, which have boen continually appearing in the news-/ papers during the past twelve months, without concluding that a general and substantial improvement in our great mining industry had set in, and the Government has now received additional confirmation from a return issued from the Sydney Mint, showing the value of the gold coined at that institution during tho year 1894 as compared with the previous years. From this it appears that, during last year, gold from the various fields in New South Wales, to the value of .£785,952, was received for coinage at the Sydney branch of the Royal Mint. In 1893 the value of New South 'Wales gold received at the Mint was JE619,0/1, showing the substantial increase of nearly .£167,000. As the new movement towards the gold fields by prospectors and investors may be said to have only commenced during 1S94, and the results ar...

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

RIFLE RESERVES. According to history, three essentials taught the Spartan youths were to shoofc straight, to ride, and to speak the truth. So far as rural Australians are concerned, the majority of men can do the two former — of the last-named we are nofc so well advised; but it is not that which concerns us in connection with a second line of military defence. At all events, there can be no question that in the possession of a number of good, safe shots wo have -the best; possible material oufc of which to form a reserve corps likely to be most effective in the contingency of foreign invasion, and when added to that most of them are good horsemen, many of whom can sifc a buckjumper, and pufc a horse over a three-rail fence with native skill and finish, it goes without say ing that we have the raw material best calculated to provide the very force likely to be most in request in such an emer gency. This being so, the adoption of a scheme by representatives of country rifle clubs con...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND COMMENTS. SECOND THOUGHTS ARE BEST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

NOTES AND COMMENTS. SECOND THOUGHTS ARE BEST. Howeyeb satisfied tlie people generally may be in regard to Mr. Eddy's final determination, they would probably have felt better about it ha'd, it not been for those English cablegrams which detailed how Mr. Eddy's friends were working on his behalf in respect of the control of the affairs of a railway company, and how eventually the shareholders declared against a change in the prevailing con dition of affairs. There are those who will think, and nofc unreasonably, that Mr. Eddy takes on our J34000 a year merely as a makeshift, and as the feel ing against: being made a convenience of is a pretty general weakness — shared in, no doubt, by the Chief Commissioner of Eailways as by others loss exalted — satis- faction at the announcement that he is to remain with us is nofc so complete as ifc might be. That English railway business so freely cabled about is the fly in the oint ment. However, the facts to be considered are these : Our railwa...

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

STANDARD TIBIK. Fbiday next, February 1, will see the in troduction of a uniform time-standard for the Eastern colonies of Australia. At present it is noon in Sydney when the shadow of a prominent citizen, or even a non-prominent one, is thrown due south ; when, in fact, a circle passing through the ' poles of the earth to the zenith, appears also to cut the Bun's disc. Similarly it is noon in Melbourne when the like con ditions hold good for that city, viz., about 28min after Sydney time, there being about 7 degrees of longitude between the cities, and the sun's apparent move ment taking 4min for each degree. Queens land, between the eastmosfc and westmost points of which there is at present about an hour's difference, is to share in the uniformity. After the 1st proximo the three colonies will take their noon at the same time, from a midway meridian, loOdeg east longitude, which passes some miles east of Goulburn. A consequence of this will be that in future when the Sydney clocks...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WANTED—A PENNY RAILWAY TRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

WANTED— A PENNY RAILWAY TRAM. Mb. Eddy might aptly celebrate his acces sion to a second .term of power by conced ing to the publio this convenience, which the Sunday Times has long asked for. There can be no question that the 4d a day tram-fare to and from the railway station is a serious additional tax on dwellers 'up the line,' and probably stands , in the way of that extension of suburban settlement whioh so many express themselves anxious to see. During the late prolonged wet weather, and the oppressive heat that followed it, it is safe to assert that there were hardly a score of travellers who would nofc gladly have availed themselves of the railway trams if they could have afforded ifc. In many cases they couldn't. And, even where they could, the journey is not worth the money. It is hardly half the distance of any 2d section on the linos. Why should not the Commissioners, injdefault of intro ducing penny sections on all the lines — a reform which is bound to come — why should...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERATION A PEOPLE'S QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

FEDERATION A PEOPLE'S QUESTION. Without being over sanguine that the Premier's eloquent periods at the Mel bourne Federation meeting will prove the prelude to a practical step in this vitally important matter,' it must be admitted that Mr. Eeid has struck the right keynote in insisting that the movement, if it is to become successful, must como from below and nofc from above — from the peoplo them selves and not from Parliament. This is exactly the position taken up by the Sunday Times all along, and it is satisfactory to find that it has now been adopted and endorsed by Mr. Reid, whom, we may assume, will endeavor to impress the conference of Premiers with the necessity for proceeding on the lines indicated. If the heads of the various Australian Governments only permit themselves to view the subject in this light a great step will have been gained. The -programme is a simple one, and, like most simple ideas, has taken a long time before it was thoroughly grasped. ' Hitherto the le...

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

THAT CORRESPONDENCE. The correspondence between Sir George Dibbs and Sir Robert Duff in reference to proposed appointments to the Upper House will first see the light in the Imperial Par liament, and that within tho course of a few days.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRAMWELL BOOTH Does a Turn on the Music-hall Stage at Plymouth. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

BRAMWELL BOOTH I Does a Tarn on tho Slusic-liall Stage at Plymouth. An innovation, probably unique in tho annals, of any religious organisation, Was mado reoently by Mr. Bramwell Booth, chief of the staff of tho Salvation Army, who is con ducting servioe in' Plymouth. By arrange ment with tho management of the St. James' Theatre of Varieties, Mr. Booth took a turn-j on the Btage as one of the 'stars.' His in tention to appear in that capacity was ex tensively advprtisedj and drew a crowded audionoe. Amdng the religious oommunity tbe experiment was regarded with no little anxiety. Coming on after an aorobatio troupe, Mr. Booth had a mixed reoeption, a largo section manifesting resentment and displeasure. On announcing, however, his intention not to give a religious address all hostility ceased. For a quarter of au hour Mr. Booth rivetted the atten tion of the gathering while he expounded' with eloquence and foroo tho oardinal features of . the Salvation Army social scheme. His addres...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MRS. KENDALL A LITTLE TIN THING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

MES. KENDALL A LITTLE TIN THING. Mrs. Kendall fired a broadside at tho S.F. papers on account of their attitude towards ' The Second Mrs. Tanqueray.' This is how ' The Usher ' in the N.Y. Deamatio Mireob endeavors to get even with the lady : — ' Is Mrs. Kondall'a little tin anything on wheels? The reason I ask is because in speaking to a San Franoisoo interviewer ' about the chilling, recoption aooorded to ' The Second Mrs* Tanqueray' in that city, she is reported as saying : They stoned Jesus because they did not understand him and know he was Jesus. Tho Press,' sho also remarked, 'is too much taken up with medical advertisements to havo the timo to devote to critioisms. Suoh news papers and such news 1 That the Press should be shocked at anything — that is what ifl amusing,' ooiitifiiued tho irato lady. * First column, Sunday's Sermon ; second column, a medical advertisement. Lost Manhood, what ever that may bo ; third column, Mrs. Tanqueray is Immoral; fourth column, Hus band Ran...

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

PRESENTATION. A pleasant cferemony took place oarly on Friday evening last, at Tattersali's Hotel, whon tho committee of the Lyceum Theatre Pionio presented Mrs. Geo. Adams with an illuminatod address in recognition of many acts of kindness displayed towards them and the theatre to Which thev belonir. Mr. Will Noblo/.one of the hon. secretaries, made the presentation, and in a few well chosen re marks expressed the pleasure it gave him to havo tho honor of present ing tho address. Mrs. Adams responded. Mr. J. G. Mathews, the other hon. secretary, then roso and presented Mr. Horace Wheatley (vice-chairman of oominitfceo) with an inscribed photo of all the committee and a gold pen dant, together with a gold pendant for Mi* John Wallaoe (chairman). Wifio was then uncorked, and a little harmony ensued. Mr, Norrie, who was in splendid voice, sang ' Sweet Marie.' Mr. H. Wheatley then, in his own inimitable style, gave At ' Trinity Church I Met My Doom,' and Mr. Martyn Hagan WoUnd up with ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Before the CURTAIN RETURN OF THE BROUGH BOUCICAULT COMPANY. "Sowing the Wind" a Splendid Success. HER MAJESTY'S AND BLAND HOLT DOING WELL. ANOTHER NEW BILL AT THE TIVOLI. Woodloch's Circus Extensively Patronised. "Charley's Aunt." on Tour—To-day's Amusements—What tho Pros, are Doing—News by the English Mail — And the Latest Gossip and Notes. LYCEUM—" SOWING THE WIND." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

[?] RETURN OF THE BROUOH ID BOUCIDAULT COMPANY. ' Sowing tlie Wind' a - Splendid-: Success. HER MAJESTY'S AND BLAND .. HOLT DOING WELL. ? MOTHER NEW BILL AT THE TIVOLI. ? \ ? : — — - ? Woodlocli's Circus Extensively Patronised. 'Charley's Aunt' on Tour— To-dayTs Amusements— What tlie Pros, are Doing— News by the English ' STail — And the Latest Gossip and Notes. LYCEUM—' SOWING THE WIND.' After an absence of over seven months from Sydney — months spent in a tour which em braced seaBons in Newcastle, Brisbane, Mel bourne, Adelaide, Danedin, Christohuroh, Wellington, InvercarRill, Hobarfc, and Launceston — the Brough and Bouoicault Company re-appeared before a Sydney audience last night in Sydney Grundy's play, in four acts, ' Sowing' the Wind.' With the company widely and deservedly popular, and Grundy's play entirely now to Svdnov. an audience whioh filled evory part of the Lyceum was only to be expected, and the principals, Mr. and Mrs. Brough, Mr. Titheradge, Mr. Ward, Miss Romer ...

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

POLICE COURTS* Malicious Injury to Property. — Afc tho Central Polioo Court yesterday, Kato .Gardiner, 47, was charged with maliciously injuring Bix panes of glass, valued at 5s Gd, tho property of the Sydney Resoue Work Sooiety. Acoused, who denied any knowledge, of tho offenoe, but stated sho supposod she had done it, was fined 20s, and damages, 5's 6d, or 21 days' imprisonment. Begging Alms. — Percy Thompson, a woll- j dressed and vigorous looking young man of 28, described as a clerk, appeared at the Central Police Court yesterday on a charge of begging alms in York-street. James Dunn deposed that ho was walkibg along York-street on Friday evening with a parcel of valuable jewellery in his possession, when ho was accosted by tho accused, who asked for assistance, saying that ho had beon a farmer in New Zealand and had reoently lost several hundred ponnds. Although refused aid, Thompson porsisted in accompanying hifn, when, fearful of boing robbed, witness sought polioo. protecti...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMATEUR FISHING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

AMATEUR PISHING ASSOCIATION. It is satisfactory to be able to report that the N.S.W. Amateur. Fishing Association has been formed. At a meeting held oh Friday it was agreed on the motion of Mr. C. Thackeray : — ' That an association to be called * The Amateur Fishing Associa tion of New South Wales ' be formed. having for its objects the protection of fish, the promotion of goodfellowship amongst fishermen, the advancement of tho sporfe of fishing by prize contests, reliable information, and the reduction of expenses in travelling, bait, and sundries.' Dr. Graham, M.L.A., seconded the motion, which was carried. The following were elected patrons of the Association : — Hon. J. H. Carruthers (Minister for Lands), Hon R. H. D. White, M.L.C., Mr. F. Far noil. M.L.A., Dr. Cox, Mr. James Marks, and' Mr, Criohett Walker. The election of the first office-bearers resulted as fol lows : — President, Mr. W. C. Shipway, M.L.A. ; vice-presidents, Dr. Graham, M.L.A., Mr. Hugh M'Lachlan (Secretary...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UPPER HOUSE REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

UPPER HOUSE liEFOBM. Evert now and then, after the rejec tion or mutilation by the Legisla tive Council of some important measure, the public are accustomed to hear a vague Ministerial deliverance that this sort of thing -will have to stop, or that the Upper House must take the consequences. It does not stop, and the consequences, ?which amount to nil, are taken, and things go on as before. The latest repeti tion of history in this respect seems to have been a speech by the Colonial Secretary at Mintnion Monday last ; but, on being1 aBked to explain the meaning of his utterances on that4 occasion, the honorable gentle man disclaims having had any thing definite in view, and is evidently nervous lest his remarks 1 (which he asserts were not correctly reported) should be construed as disrespectful to the Upper Chamber. At the same time, Mr. Brunker intimated that he had a course of action in view whioh he and his colleagues were quite pre pared to put in operation at the proper time, ...

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

OPPOSITE NEW MABKET&

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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