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MONEY FREE OF INTEREST. The Starr Bowkett. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

I MONEY FREE 0E INTEREST. The Starr Bowkett. Eveby man may become his own landlord by joining the No. 8 Starr Bowkett Benefit Building Society. The Starr Bowkett is by no means new to this colony, the first Society having started here 30 years ago. The No. 8 Starr Bowkett is a Benefit Building Society, divided into 4000 shares of .£50 each, the entrance fee being Is per share, and the subscription Is per Bhare per week. Members are allowed to hold one or more shares, and are entitled to an advanoe of .£50 per share made by ballot and free of interest. Tho advances aro re paid by weekly instalments of Is 6d per Bhare per week, the society taking as security a mortgage over the property purchased. The Society is not burdened with promoters shares, no money reoeived on deposit, and no specu lations in land. 'At the close of the Society non-borrowers receive back all moneys paid by them, with profit added. Call or write for rules and information to Mr. Eobt. Chadwiok, the secretary, Sta...

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

HOME LESSONS. Like other good things, ifc is quite possible to overdo the duty of im parting instruction to the young, and the evils both physical aad mental likely to arise from the undue cram ming of scholastic pabulum have been often attested by physicians, aad demonstrated by experience. More especially is this the case in regard to the very young, whose faculties are still in an immature condition, and unable to receive more than a moderate amount of intellectual nourishment without sustaining serious injury. It would seem, however, that many teachers in our public schools are ignorant of these well-known facts, or criminally indifferent to their conse quences, judging by the quantity and character of the tasks set for pupils to perform out of school-hours, and which they are expected to have in readiness to rehearse at school the following day. Q 8 8 Possibly, however, it is the system that is to blame, not the teachers. Anyhow, it is a matter well known to parents that, in ma...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EMPEROR WILLIAM AND THOMAS CARLYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

THE EMPEROR WILLIAM AND | THOMAS CA11LYLE. I The Emperor William has, according to a Router's message, sent the following tele gram to Mr. Poulteney Bigelow, who is a member of the committee for the preser vation of Thomas Carlyle's house in Chelsea : — New Palace, Potsdam. I have just heard of the idea of buying Carlyle's house as a museum. As a descen dant of the great King whose life Carlyle so vividly and nobly described, I beg you as one of the committee to noto me for a contribution of .£100 in aid of the fund. (Signed) William Ijiperatob et Eex. The above message was written in Eng lish. Mr. James Aylesworth, Tamworth, Onb., writes: 'I have sold by retail several gross of Canadian Healing Oil, having dealt in it since first introduced in this country, and I have very great pleasure in certifying that it has given general satisfaction, and is a very popular medicino. In my experience of^over 25 years I havo not known a more popular remedy, or one that has stuck better.' It app...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CLUB THAT WAS "NOT" RAIDED. (A LONDON STORY OF TO-DAY.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

TIE CLUB THAT WAS 'NOT' BAIDED. (A London Stobt of To-day.) Miss Maud Miltbawney sat in her dress ing-room, a cave-like apartment, at the Empress' Theatre: There was a frown upon her brow, and a hare's-foot in her right hand. In her left hand she held, poised in the air, a sheet of extra thick cream-laid note-paper. Oh the surface of the paper appeared the following lines traced in a masculine hand : — Dear Fan-fan, — I am sorry to say that I shall be unable to meet you after the show this evening as arranged. In faot, I think it will be better for both of us if we do not meet again. I shall never forget the cajHtal timo we havo had together, and perhaps you i will retain a little corner in your heart for a stray memory, too. — Always yours, Ted. Miss Maud Miltrawney read this letter through three times, and then she made a grimace. It was not a pretty one; in the mirror it appeared positively ugly. Then she dropped the letter and the hare's foot, and plunging a little ivory-handled...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S MEMORANDA. THE WEATHER. SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

TO-DAY'S MEMORANDA. ? C ? THE WEATHER. SYNOPSIS OP WEATHEE TELEGBAMS. New Caledonia. — Fine in N. ; oloudy in S. S. Australia. — Fine in N. ; cloudy over S. Victoria and Straita. — Fine inland, cloudy on the coast. Tasmania. — Fine, with soatterod olouds at Low Heads. New South Wales. — Cloudy generally, with showers on the coast and mountains. New Zealand. — Fine, with light variable winds. FOEECAST. Obsebvatoey, 9 p.m. N.S.W. — Light S. to S.E. winds, on coast during Sunday and Monday, with showery weather. EAINFAIL. ? Rain has fallen in the previous 24 hours : — N.S.W. — Moderate to heavy on coast and mountains.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CUSTOMS RETURNS. CUSTOM HOUSE, Saturday, Noon. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

CUSTOMS' RETURNS. Custom House, Saturday, Noon. The following is a return of the duties col lected at H.M. Customs, Sydney, for the week ended- Friday, January 25, 1895 : — Monday, January 21 ? .£5,889 Tuesday, ,, 22 ? 7,489 Wednesday, ,, 23 ... ... 6,904 Thursday, ,, 524 ? 7,424 Friday, „ 25 ... ... 4,956 Total ? ,. .£32,662 ?[Receipts for week ended 19/1/95 ... 36,827 Deorease ? .£4,165

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CITY BANK'S POSITION: [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

THE CITY BANK'S POSITION: At the sixty-second half-yearly meeting of the City Bank held on Tuesday last, tho chairman made a lucid statement as to the position of tho institution. He said : — ? _ 'In calling your attention to what I con sider the safe position we present to the public, I feel impelled to lay particular stress on that point for the benefit of shareholders generally. The unjustifiably low price that our shares are quoted at is, I believe, to a largo extent ruled by tho fear of liability attaching to the holder of shares. I ask any of you who will intelligently poruse ths figures set before you to-day, to define to himself what risk he runs when we show for our total liabilities to the public good asseta representing a margin of about 30 per cent, r which every one who knows anything of bank* ing must admit to be a surplus that at onca dispels any possibility of liability, no matte* what happens, and indicates as strong a position as any bank need wish to hold, and ono...

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

GENERAL REMARKS. At tho commencement of tho pasfc week a little business was transacted, but, take it altogether, exchanges havo been very slack. We do nofc think that Colonial sugar shares will go much lower, and all bank stocks seem now to be steady. The Perpetual Trustee ComDany has issued a good report, but one hardly sees tho necessity for placing such a large sum to the reserve fund. A company such as this, which is supposed to take no risks, cannot want much of a reserve. Regard ing mining, nofc much business has taken place, and what has been done has been chiefly in Gympie stocks. Th'o tone of the market has, however, been very low, the heavy and continuous rains at the commencement of tho week, and tho holiday at the end of it, seemed to have knocked tho stiffening out of every thing and everybody. The brokers took a good deal more interest in the chances of tho cricket match than in those of the Exchange, and the public were absolutely apathetic. Mr. Edward Pope, of Gympi...

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

FRENCHS'. Our Storling Silver watches for a few shil«' - lings each ace unequalled. See tlienf in ousr window, all going to time. Also Gold Watches, heavy gold cases, £1 and £1 10s each. A written guarantee given with every watch. Watches thoroughly cleaned, guaranteed twelve months, 2s 6d. Best mainspring,' 2s 6d, Frenchs' New Shop, 632 George-street, Brick field Hill (few doors below Lawler's).0 The Imperial Arcade Hotel, Pitfc-st., has ac commodation unequalled in Sydney ; bedrooma large, lofty, airy and well furnished. TermB— Single rooms', 15s ; double, 30s weekly.0 Barbers, in the early days of tho Chris tian era, wero not permitted to talk whila shaving a patron. Indeed, silence was ay much appreciated by persons while under the barber's bauds, that mutes were pre ferred for this service. '? CLARKE'S WORLD-FAMED BLOOD MIX. TU RE ' is a guaranteed cure for all Blood an;} Sliin Diseases. It i9 tlie most searching .blood clcanser ever discovered, and it will free tho system from...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE CO. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

L1YKRPOOL AND LOKDOJf AND GLOBE INSURANCE CO. The attention of insurers is directed to the notifications elsewhere in our columns of tho Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company. Though an old-established office, ifc is evidonfc that ifc is fully abreast of the times in all the latest develop ments of insurance business, and amongst ? other ^new features in the life branch ia a table under which only half ordinary rates oi premium are payable for the first five years, insuring during that period payment of the full amount of the policy in the event of death. This table is specially adapted for young'1 people receiving small salaries, but with good future prospects, and also for those who have had, owing to financial difficulties, to surrender policies in other companies. This company is one of the largest, as well a3 the oldest, o* oxisting insurance offices.

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

MESSRS. VILES AND CO-, OF 8 BRIDGE-STREET SYDNEY, Next door to Messrs. Burns, Philp and Co., Public Accountants, beg to intimate that they have taken 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 the firm will bo in tho future VILES AND BEN NETT— Viles and Co. Note.— VILES AND BENNETT, private composition accountants, trade assignees and auditors, 8 Bridge-stree t Sydnoy. tainty of finding something remunerative, might be of interest to your readers. The By wong field ia situated about 10 milos from Bungendore on the road to Gundaroo, and till lately, had scarcely had a pick put in the ground. Some twelve months ago a small syndicato sentMessrs. Lowe and Alchin to pro spect tho country lying at the head of Brook's Messrs. B0RCHARDT& BUTCHER SHAREBROKERS, . 1...

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

DETECTIVE COOKE having resigned from tho Police Force, has Opened CONFIDENTIAL INQUIRIES, MISS ING FRIENDS, and NEXT-OF-KIN OFFICES, at 133 KING-STREET, Sydney, with Branches at Charing Cross, London, and at Melbourne. Testi monials from Judges, Mugiotmtes, Barristers, Heads of Government Departments, and Chiefs of Police, 6y dney aud Melbourne, can bo inupected or copies posted on application, tho wliolo form in-? a moss of .reference unequalled. Strictly con fldentml. Agents everywhere. ? ? GRAHAM'S 553 SUTS,

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

THE POINT. ADVERTISING IS 1 INVESTMENT, Those engaged iu business should bear this steadily ia mind. They should devote just as much attention to the investment of their money in advertising aB in stocks and shares, broad acres, and bricks and mortar. An Advfc. in the Right Form and in THE ! ' EIGHT PLACE (That's the point) will of a cer tainty return good interest on the out lay. A badly-framed advt. and in the wrong place is equivalent to waste of money. THE SUNDAY TIMES is unquestionably the best medium in N.b.W. The metropolis is pink with it on Sunday, and it finds its way not only all over this colony, but all over Australasia as fast as the MAILS CAN CARRY IT. ' ? ? ? ? * The Daily Papers are ' skimmed ' only — a necessity of the week-day rush — but the ' SUNDAY TIMES ' IS READ. ? ADYTS. ARE SO [PLACED with reading matter that they canno * escape notice , and as readers have tim° to go through their paper leisurely ' they note all the contents. Conse' quently, advts. in this ...

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METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS. MONDAY'S CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS. MONDAY'S CASES. The eases set down for hearing on Monday are : — George Johnson, liousebreakiug, &c. ; William Knrris, robbery; Thomas Duuu and 'William Eraser, robbery with violence ; William Edwards, stealing from the person ; Charles Jayter, bur pl:iry, &o. ; aud Michael Kelly, burglary. The witnesses in above-named caserf only need attend on Monday. AU otherB need not attend until they see tho oases in which they are interested notified in the morning papers each day.

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

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

Jo T. CQFIFXILXj, ' METROPOIXTAN ' HOUSE AND CAMIAGE BAZAAK. HEAD DEPOT: 472-82 HARRIS-STREET, .ULTIMO. TELEPHONE No. 11S0. LABGEST - AND BEST ASSORTMENT OE VEHICLES FOE HIKE IN TKE CITT. LANDAUS, BBOUGHAMS, FOUE-IN-HAND DJSAGS, WAGGONETTES, &c., &c. 'WEDDING CARRIAGES A SPECIALITY. CITYBEANCH: 37 CASTLEREAGH-STREET, SY©NE Y. 'TELEPHONE 1723 IJIO TRUSTEES AND OTHERS VALUABLE CITY FREEHOLD. NINE HOUSES OFF LITTLE MACQUARIE - - STREET. Will pay over 9 per cent. net. LOWEST CASH PEICE, £2100. Apply to MANAGER, Sukbat Times Office, , ROBERT&ON'S' -J 14 ' ; WHISKY,. VICKEB'S (DISTILLERS TO THE QUEEN) DRY GI3ST. BEUKER'S SCHNAPPS (COCK BRAND) Gr. DET. 1VE TJ Ml M! EXTRA DRY CHAMPAGNE. PORTS AND SHERRIES. WE RECOMMEND TO CONNOISSEURS THE ABOVE BRANDS AS BEING THE MOST SUPERIOR. SANDEMAN, Wine and Spirit Merchants, 74 PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. ? CC 'OOBERTS' Beach Gold Saver,' 'Roberts' XL -Allurial Washer,' Perfect Succbbo. Par ticulars, W. F. ROBERTS, Assayer, 135 King-...

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

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ANNIVERSARY REGATTA. Rain, but a Success. DRIZZLE DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH THE NATIONAL SPORT. Bulletin Wins the Championship in a Blow—Rowing Races Well Contested—Full Results and Descriptions. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

ANNIVERSARY REGATTA. Rain, Tbut a Success. DRIZZLE DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH THE NATIONAL SPORT. Bulletin Wins the Championship in a Blow— Rowing' Races Well Con tested — Full Resnlts and Descriptions. A cloudy sky, a perpetual drizzle, and a flagship well filled were part and parcel of yesterday's sport. It may be that King street crowds block the trams and the vehicular traffic during cricket tests and trials, but Dawes Point and Macquarie -roinc^ indicated yesteraay that aquatic sport is appreciated in this city as well as any other. The regatta of 1895, viewed from the bridge of tho Oldenburg, although haloed in moisture, was yet pioturesque. Of all the regatta races perhaps that whioh demanded and_ was given most interest wa8 tho Intercolonial Championship Race, whioh was won by the Bulletin amidst — aud let it be said to tho credit of sailing here — much enthusiasm. The offioials were everywhere. Their existence seemed to extend from Goat Island to .South Beef, and no matter whe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN IRONICAL TOAST. THE GOVERNOR AND THE TRADE SOCIETIES. Another Case of " Disaffection." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

AN IRONICAL TOAST. THE GOVERNOR AND THE TRADE SOCIETIES. Another Case of ' Disaffection.' The Trade Societies, whose new hall was opened yesterday, appear to be as little pleased with his Excellency the Governor about the event as the Highland Society was in regard to one of its functions a year or so ago. Sir Robert Duff WAS invited to attend the opening ceremonial yesterday, and the banquet in the evening. On the latter occasion the following reply to the invita tion was read : — Sutton Forest, January 22, 1895. Dear sir, — I am desired by his Excellency the Governor to aoquaint you that his engagement to attend the Anniversary Regatta luncneon on the 26th instant will prevent his presenoe at tho official opening of the Trades and Industrial Hall, and that as he is returning to Moss Valo in the evening, he regrets he dannot have the honor of accepting the invitation ' to the banquet. His Exoellency desires to express his warm sympathy with the objects the institution is establishe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR ELECTORAL LEAGUE. Annual Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

LABOR ELECTORAL LEAGUE. Annual Conference. The annual conference of delegates of the Labor Electoral League of New South Wales took plaoe in the Temperance Hall, yesterday, under the presidency of Mr. F. Flowers. _ The _ principal business was the con sideration of the question of Australasian Labor Federation, whioh camo before the mooting- in the shape of a recommendation o'f the Provincial Counoil submitting a basis of organisation, and also on a proposali by Mr. Skelton: ' That the Labor Federation be asked to take up tho 'same representation on the Central Committee as tho old Trades and Labor Council.' After a considerable amount of discussion the suggestions of the Central Committee wore adopted, and it was also resolved, on the motion of Mr. W. A. Holman, '.' That tho members of . the A.L.F. and all New South Wales Unions not included in the federation be admitted to full membership of the Labor Eleotoral League upon produotion of their cards of membership, and that tho dist...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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