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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

' BOWLING-. The entries for the gold medal and trophy matches (four bowls eacli, SI points up) plose on February 9, Forty-one names of competitors, together with au entrance fee of 5s, require to be in tho hands of the hon. secretary of the New South Wales Bowling Association by Monday, February 11. The greens on which the matches are to be played will be chosen by the respective contestants. ? The championship rink matches should consist of one, but not more £han two, rinks from each olub. An entrance fee of £1 per rink has been fixed in order to provide a trophy or trophies. Entries' close on February 9, and the names, ac companied with the amount of entrance fee, must bo in the hands of the hon, secretary of tho Asso ciation by February 11. The second round of the ponnant matches are to bo played on Saturday, February 16. Tho drawing resulted as follows Union K. Club v Newtown, on Ashflold green ; St. Leonards v City, oil Bal main green; Balmain a bye. The secretaries of the vari...

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

EEDFEEN v. NEWTOWN. A two-rink match was played between the Bed. fern and Newtown Clubs. The game was a closoly-contested one, Bedfern securing a victory by 4 points. The following were the players and scores: — Eose, Parker, Hanigan, Brodie, 30 | A. Sweeney, Gommeson, Murray, S. Sweeney, -28; Eoberts, Medcalf, Widderstrom, Howe, 25 ; Jones, Bradbury, Dalrymple, Pritchard, 25 ; totalo, 55 — 51. A dinner was provided at the City Club's pavilion, Cook Park, for the members yesterday. There wa3 a fair attendance, and the president, Mi-. J. Graham, presided. The following was the toast list : — ' The Secretary ' (Mr. Gelding) ; 'The Day Wo Celebrate,' ' The Prosident,' and ' The ex-Presidoni.'

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

(5AI.ILEY plCf, Willi THE ONLY WHISKY IMPOBTED NS^ y. ) 'LANCET' CEET1FICATE OF INTO SYDNEY HOLDING THE ABSOLUTE PUBITY AND SAFETY. '. ? v.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

cricket notes. Tou could see disappointment depicted in the plainest manner upon the faces of the peoplo at the Sydney Crioket Ground yester day, amongst the dejected being Mr. John Gibson, the guardian of the Association stock of funds. Mr. John Portus has spirits that take a lot of damning, and he did not wear an altogether disconsolate look. The members of tho home team were not pining their hearts out, knowing well that when the Scotch mist cleared off they would have the upper hand of the bowlers. The pitoh was sure to be fast and greasy, and the grass was in that dewy condition that nothing but a burning sun can dry, and it would keep the bowlers busy saw-dusting the greasy ball. The spectators rolled np well under the disheartening circumstances, about 8000 attending and paying. JJ270 12s 9d at the gates. It was late when tho gates wore thrown open to the'public, and then those who went in were plainly informed that they would have to Chance play. This kept a great many from ...

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

BEEG'B JLiOJSTJD'ON ME HOUSE JLN'n JEtttFJEZJ&siTMlZnsrT EOOMS, - Ill PITT-STBEET, Near HUNTER-STREET. The above establishment has been .opened by W. H. BEEG, late of Markot etreot. , Bef reshments ; of the Very BobE Description only provided afc tho usual moderate prices, cleanliness being a Bpooialty. A nioe oold lnnoheon daily, and a good enaok OBTAINABLE AT ANT HOUR. Open on Sundays from 5 to 8 p.m. ?JPBESH MWFIN3 AND, OSTJMPErS DAILY.

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ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

ROWING. The East Sydney Rowing Club has decided to hold the annual regatta on April 6, and tho events will be as follows : — Maiden Fours, Junior Pairs, Open Maiden Double Sculls, Senior Fours, Committee Cup (handicap), and Scratch Eights. The annual general meeting of the N.S.W, Rowing Association is to be held at the Ox ford Hotel on Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. The busineBs is to receive and consider annnal report and balanco-aheet ; to elect officers, honorary treasurer, honorarj' secretary, tw? auditors, and committee for current year j to consider the motions of whioh the required notice has been given by Mr. Blackman and Mr. Helsham.

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SAILING NOTES. Anniversary Regatta — Things in General—Through an Aqnatic Pair of Spectacles. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

SAILING NOTES. Anniversary Kegatta — Things in General— Through an Aquatic Pair of Spectacles. (By ' Weather-Ete.') Charaofcerisfcios of Anniversary Regatta o 1895. — Drizzle (principally), Bunting (wet) Gorman Sausage (consumed). Oldenburg, flagship, moored off Lavender Bay, a holiday resort. Lee3, the gontle mayor of the city, looked well in his vachtsman's cap, which was devoid for variouB reasons of brass-crape. Commodore Hordern was on the bridge of the flagship yesterday ohafcting intelligently about boating.. If more enthusiasts were of Mr. Hordern'a knowledge and grain in regard to sailing, things aquatic might go ahead as did Bulletin yesterday in a favorable breeze. The Government of New South Wales are somewhat nautical, inasmuoh ns two of its members embellished the flagship. Oue skiff that hovered round the flagship was propelled by two ladies in blue skirts, who showed creditable arm development. Jack Hanrahan has been conspicuous in connection with tho recent Intercol...

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ENGLAND v. DANDENONG. The Englishmen Behind on the First Innings. (BY WIRE—FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT MELBOURNE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

ENGLAND v. IUNDENONG. The Englishmen Behind on the First Innings. (BY WIEE — FROM OUB OTO CORRESPONDENT.) Melbourne, Saturday Night. The crioket match between Dandenong Eighteen and Mr. Stoddart's Eleven was con cluded to-day in a draw, the local team loading on the first innings. Scores : — ENGLAND; First Innings ? 193 DANDENONG — First Innings. T. Bence, b Lockwood ? 0 Viousseux, c Ford, b BrockweD ? 45 Herring, o Ford, b Brockwell ? 24 Duff, run out ? 3 Jae. Eoberts, o Ward, b Briggs ? 15 Dr. E. Mailer, b Brockwell ... ..; 16 . Sadlier, b Broekirell ? „, 9 Hyde, c Stoddart, b Brigga ? ? 1 Miller, b Brockwell ? 5 Keys, st Gay, b Humphreys ? 10, CUiindler, b Humphreys ? ... 0 'VVauchope, not oufc ? 50 Ivo Evans, st Gay, b Humphreys ... . 11 Grant, lbw, b Humphreys ? ? ... 0 C. Eoberts, b Humphreys „. ... 2 Eankin, st Gay, b Ford ? ? ... 0 John Eoberts, b Ford ? 0 'Wilkinson, not oufc ? ? ? 2 Sundri03 ? „, 10 Sixteen wickets for ... ??:. 203 Moorefieid, against San Souci, scored 153...

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

Fob Results of Anniversary Reoatta sis Page 5. Btasiiaeso Notices. ROBERTS' - SINGLE BOTTLE DEPARTMENT, MARKET-STREET, NEXT GEOEGE-STREET. VERT SUPERIOR OLD PORT WINE, For Invalids. SPLENDID RUM, RICH AND MELLOW For Coughs and Colds. ♦ROBERTS' SPECIAL WHISKT, For Influenza. THREE. GOOD SEINES. WALKER'S WHISKY, THE QUEEN'S ALE, R08BACH WATER. JOBC3ST WALKER, 24 BOHD-STEEEI OXENHAM'S MONSTER CASH PRIZE CONSULTATIONS. Drawn under the Supervision of TATTERSALL'S CLUB COMMITTEE, BEISBANE. Assisted bj leading Citizens and Members of the Press. NEWMARKET HANDICAP, 25,000 at 5. AUSTRALIAN CUP, 25,000 at 5. HAWKESBURT HANDICAP, 25,000 afc 5. STDNEY GOLD CUB 25,000 at 5. . ' CAULFIELD CUP, 50,000 at 5. , MELBOUENE CUP, 50,000 at 10, NEWMARKET HANDICAP and AUSTRALIAN CUP now rapidly filling. H. OXENHAM is prepared to execute coafc. missions on all the principal events run la Australia. NOW OPEN STRAIGHT OUT ON NEW ilABKET HANDICAP, AUSTEALIAN CUP, NEWUABKET and AUSTEALIAN CUP DOUBLE, 5000 to 1...

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A PAINFUL DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

A PAINFUL DEATH. A deayjian named William Birokenshaw was fatally crushed by a cart at An'nandale on Friday. Deceased was sitting on the cart when tho horse bnoked over an embankmerlt and the load fell upon' him. Birokenshaw wr.s at once taken to the Prince Alfred Hospital, but the injuries received were so serious that die died shortly after admission. A magis terial inquiry was hold by Mr. W. T. Pinhey. ?J.P.,' yesterday, when a finding of accidental death was returned.

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OUR TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

OUB TELEPHONE. Hello, Exohange ! Mr. Eddy, Chief Com missioner of Railways, please ! Right ! Hello ! Is that Mr. Eddy ? Yes. Can you give any other reasons, beyond 'those already published, for the abandonment of your determination to proceed to England ? Well, no. You see I have been exceedingly impressed with the expressions of good feelings towards myself, and the approval of the work of tho Commissioners ; and ? Quito so. We have read all that in the published correspondence. But was there nothing elso ? Is it true, for instance, that the impassioned appeal of Mr. A. J. Riley touched your heart, and determined you to remain and go on saying the country? Well — h'm ! I may say that the very general expression of the opinions set Out in Mr. Riley's letters of course influenced me. . And nothing else swayed you P No ; I think not. jThere is an opinion abroad, possibly not justified, that had that meeting of share holders in the English railway company with which your name was recen...

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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

HERE AND THERE, Gould's gag. Schey overcast. N.S.W. 107 years old. All Sydney in Hobart. Official estimates are unreliable. Nasty weather for yesterday's holiday. Victorian Ministry determined to adopj the Beferendum. The public returned very sick from Randwick yesterday. Marrickville to Burwood-road Railway to be opened on Friday. Four minutes and fifty seconds moro bed on Friday next. ' Sweet Marie ' and the ' little Alabama Coon ' off to Melbourne. Did Mrs. Booth kill her husband ? Sea 'North' Shore Mystery,' page 2. George-street rendered dismal by the 'crying 'of Chinese fiddles. Queensland first this timo in the Inter« colonial Championship Sailing Bace. ? Some officers of the Works Department draw larger salaries than the Minister for Works. It was a good day for the bookmakers at Randwick yesterday. Only one favorite got home. The Governor's health was drunk with out enthusiasm at the Trades Hall banquet last evening. Candidates for municipal honors should read the Electoral...

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ALLEGED CRIMINAL ASSAULT AT NORTH SYDNEY. The Accused Remanded. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

ALLEGED CRIMINAL ASSAULT AT NORTH SYDNEY. The Accused Remanded. Constable Heal of the North Shore Police arrested a young man named Richard Marum, alias Arthur Bich&rd Malcolm, 24 years of age, at North Sydney on Friday, on a charge of criminally assaulting Annie Lawrence on the 24th mst. The' girl's statement is to the effect that about 8 o'clock on Thursday evening Malcolm entered her bedroom and com mitted the assault. Both the accused and complainant are in the employ of Mr. Pegum, grocer, and although Mrs. Pegum was ina room adjoining that in which the offence is alleged to have taken place, sh« hreard no cries. The girl, however, explaina that she was unable to cry out on accounS of having a severe cold. She did not make any complaint that night. He's father visited the place next morning, and she then told him what had occurred, and subsequently took out a warrant for Malcolm's arrest. A medical ex* amination was made on Friday by Dr. Paton, the Government medical off...

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AND DON'T FORGET IT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

AND DON'T FORGET IT. Me. Beunker has determined to limit ths list of new applicants to the Commission of the Peace to about 100, confining them to the country districts. Oyer 1000 appli cants for the title of J.P. will therefore : be disappointed. Ah ! sad, indeed, the tale we sing ; Our tears they flow like anything ; For sobs and sighs arohnd us ring— ? They did not get it. They won't forget it _ ? j*: When Brunker goes for Parliament} On dread reprisal^ sternly bent, - They'll ask hiin loudly ' What he meant? ' Your substance you can bet' it, . That ' thousand ' w'on't forget it ! ( There's Jones, and Brown, and Robinson/ ?- Each had his little claim brought on ; Eaoh dream't he'd be a favored one, v And was prepared to wet it. They didn't get ifc ; ~ And disappointment deep and load, Went up from that expectant crowd. They voiced their griefs and wrongs aloud,. :. And fumed and fiorcely fretted - Beoause ' they didn't got it.'* , - . In ev'ry town in New South Wales The air is t...

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THE WORLD OF Sport RACING AT RANDWICK IN THE DRIZZLE. Mount Royal's Anniversary. INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. Iredale Bats Finely. ANNIVERSARY REGATTA. The Wet Weather Dampens Sport on All Sides—Rowing at the Regatta—North Shore Wins the Senior Fours. The English Cricketers at Dandenong. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

[?] EACINGr AT RANDWICK IN THE DRIZZLE. ? Mount Royal's Anniversary. i-IBTEfiCOLOHIAt CEKKET MATCH. Iredale Bats. finely; 7 ANNIVERSARY REGATTA* Ihe . Wet Weather Dampens Sport on All Sides — Rowing at the Regatta — North - Shore Wins the Senior Fours. The English Cricketers ? - at Dandenong. - . '? Entries close on Tuesday night next (29th inatj for Moronsy's fifth novice handicap. To-morrow (Monday) the Moorefleld pony | races, postponed from last W ednesday, Trill be ;held. : Loyalty, Lannceston, Philson,_ and Globe , Trotter arato be offered at auction on Mon day. | The Harvester has provided the Australian Cup favorite, and is receiving sound support at 6 to L Mirxidong has been declared retired from the rape track, having broken a small bone in one of his legs. It is announced that Mr. M. P. Considine will in future handicap for the Moonee Valley . and. Maribyrnong races. Vanitas is beinc -well backed locally for the Newmarkofc Handicap at 15 to 1, Malolo .being favorite at a ...

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A PLEA FOE REPUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

A PLEA FOE EEPUBLIC. The great standard, and the only true 'toasis of value throughout the world with all nations, is Labor. Frossard's Cavour Cigars are a Btriking instance of the fact alluded to, for loyal labor has originated their good value, in which lies the secret of their Buccess and universal . popularity. : Frossard's Cavour ? OigaiJs! are mild, aromatic, arid give pleasure to all, while the cost of a packet being- only a shilling, puts, them within range of everyone. Thoy are smoked by the millions. ' They aro a genuine democratic article, originating from a [Republican country.'3 i ,. The Australian Natives' Association art union was drawn last night at the Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne. The i num&ers for the first seven prizes, being as ?follows : First prize, 7922; second prize, 93,965; third prize, 8166; fourth prize, 73,108 ; fifth prize, 2217 ; sixth prize/ . 103)863 { bq tenth gtlae, 9214,

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RACING AT RANDWICK. SYDNEY TURF CLUB MEETING. An Outsiders' Day. Plain Bill and Mount Royal Win the Double [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

BA.CIM AT EANDWICK; SYDUEY TUEJF CLUB MEETING. An Outsiders' Day* Plain Bill and Monnt Royal Win the Double.' The fates were unkind to the Sydney ? Turf Club yesterday, for a combination of showery weather and the opposition of the Intercolonial cricket match was enough to redace the dimensions of the expected holiday crowd. The attendance, numbering about 9000, was, under the circumstances, as good as J could be expected ; but as the club put for ward a liberal programme, it is to bo re gretted that there will be a balanoe of a few hundred pounds on the wrong side. The elements and cricket match dates are, however, not to be controlled by racing institutions, and no doubt the Sydney Turf Club will put up with results with a good grace, especially as the sport provided was of a most interesting order. The manage ment of affairs was conducted in the cus tomary efficient manner by Mr. T. Evans, who was acting in the absence (through ill ness) of Mr. T. S. Clibborn, and he was well sup...

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STAKES WON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

STAKES WON. ' H. E. .A. and V. WHiTK— '? £ -. First Anniversary Handicap, MountBoyal.., 458 H. Oxenhah — First Challenge Stakes, -Plain Bill M ... 333 S. E. Kennedy — First Steeplechase, Sneaker M, . M m. 187 W. Foruestee — First Corinthian Plate, Towri „- M w 116 J. L. Pie — First Hurdle Eace, Taotician h, m m. 110 E, A. Mereweathsb— First Welter Plate, Countess ... M- 100 W. Miller — Second Challenge Stakes, Messmate... M. 50 J. O'Louohlin — Second Anniversary Handicap, Ialanthus 50 Williams and Peahoe — Second Hurdle Bace, Kilmany.,, u, 25 E. Tekex — Second Corinthian Plate, Barnaby Budge ... 25 H. L. Mackellar — Second Steeploohase, Eata w 25 J. Gouoh — Second Welter Plate, Dan O'Connor... ... 25 ' £1454

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NEWCASTLE J.C. RACES. (BY WIRE—FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) NEWCASTLE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

NEWCASTLE J.C. .RACES. (BY WIEE — FROM OTTB OWN COBRESPONDENT.) Newcastle, Saturday Night. The weather was wot for Newcastle races, bnt there waB a good attendance. Results : — FLYING HANDICAP— 6 furlongs. Mr. E. J. Doyle's Javelin, by Invader — Stella, 7st 101b fDonnelly) ? ? ... ? 1 Mr. S. Fiolder's Horizon, 9st (Jones) ? 2 Mr. J. A. Mayo's Bridgment, 7st 71b (Bridges)... 8 Nine started, Horizon being favorite; Javelin won easily. Time, lmin 16Jsec. SELLING STAKES— 6 furlongs: Mr. G. M'Leod's Glondon, Stockdale — Modesty, 8st 51b (Jones) ? ... 1 Mr. E. Fleming's Eau do Cologne, 8st 31b (Chaafe)... ? 2 Mr. W. C. Graham's Tithel (Brion) ... ... 3 Eau de Cologne started favorite. Won easily by six lengths. Time, lmin 17^sec. ANNIVEESABY HANDICAP— 1 mile. Mr.'E. Moore's Schoolmaster, by Grandmaster — Second Queen, 7st 51b (Elwell) ? 1 Mr. S. Fielder's Horizon, Sst 21b (Jones) ... 2 Nine started. Betting : 2 to 1 v Pharamond, 4 to 1 Schoolmaster, Horizon, aud Kullatina, 5 to 1 Lustre, ...

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WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. (BY WIRE—FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

WILLIAMSTOWN HACES. (BY WIEE — TKOM OUB OWN COEEESPONDENT.) Melbourne, Saturday Night. The Williamstown races to-day were well attended. Besult3 : — HUEDLE EACE— li mile, Porcius II., by Camden — Portia, lOst 71b (Bar bour) ? 1 Eclipse, lOst 71b (Cripps) ... ? 2 Becoup, 9st 51b (Tomlin) ? 3 Other starters : Willyama list 121b, Eva lOst 61b, Comrade 10st41b, Dundee lOst 31b, Bonny Lass lOst, Faust 9st 71b. Betting : 5 to 2 v Porcius II., S to 1 Comrade, 5 to l Eclipse or Willyama. Won by a length. Time, 2miu 56sec. WELTEE HANDICAP— 6 furlongs. Quick March, by Middlemarch, 8st 51b (Tre nourth) ? 1 Eoella, 9st (Brown) ? ? 2 Beekeeper, Sst 41b (Dawes) ? 3 Other starters : Pointsman 9sfc 51b, Anchor 9st, yuiokshot Sst 131b, Emauu-na-Knuek 8sfc 121b, Lap lander Set 91b, Green Eibbon 8st 71b, Botany Bay 8sfc 61b, Tho Buccaneer 8sfc 51b, Premier 8sfc 21b, Merella 8st, Barn Dance 8st, Brown Bess 8at, Lady Sneerwell 7st 121b, Topic 7st 121b, Goldsmith 7st 91b, Eichway 7st 71b. Betting . 4 to ...

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