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AN OPPRESSIVE LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 27 January 1895

AN OPPRESSIVE LAW. There is more than one antique and barbarous Act in force in New South Wales which demands repeal, whenever our legislators can find time to devote to matters affecting the liberties of poor but unfortunate persons. Only last week a case was reported in which a man named Kamprad, a working watchmaker,     was charged at the Paddington Police Court with removing property in order to avoid a levy for rent. . The property, it appears, consisted of three or four watches valued at about £3, and which had been entrusted to him for repairs, and the total sum Kamprad owed for rent was £2 4s. The premises he removed to were only situated a few doors from those he had left, which does not look as though the debtor was actuated by felonious intentions. But in the face of these facts he was mulcted under an Act of George IV. in a fine of £6, being double the value of the goods removed, with costs, and in default sentenced to six months' imprisonment ...

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

FIRE AT WATERLOO. A private dwelling-house, occupied by a cooper, named J. Stewart, of Waterloo, caught fire last evening, through a candle coming in contact with some curtains. The fire was speedily extinguished, and the only damage done was the destruction of some wearing apparel. The Pope is now convinced that the union of the Roman and Anglican Churches is not at present feasible.

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

XX         XX   THE RUSH FOR BARGAINS     at       HORDERN'S     (In PITT-STREET)       NEW YEAR'S SALE       Shows no Signs of Abating.       THE NEW YEAR'S SALE       will be         RECOMMENCED TO-MORROW     MORNING     with     NEW BARGAINS, FRESH GOODS,     and     FURTHER EXTRAORDINARY     REDUCTIONS.       XX       Thousands of pounds worth of High-     class Good...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET IN BRISBANE. BRISBANE, Saturday night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

CBICKET IN BRISBANE. BniSBAliE, Saturday night. The Urozioro untuned thoir match with the Kan garoo Points to-day. The latter required. 408 to win, bnt they were all out for 24 runs. Coninffham, took five for 10 and M'Q-linohey four for 10. Two chanoeo wero missed, and one player woo absent. The Grazierii won by 381 runs. The Ivnuhoes then started thoir match with. South Brisbane. The latter made 39 (A. Brown 10 not ont). B. O'Brien got seven wickots for 17, rann, bowlinf? efoht maidens out of 16 overs. HoaSo took throe for 21. The Ivrmlioss have oix wickets down for 13 runs. T. Bodpors got live for 2 ,and did the ' hat-trick,' and bowled 24 ballo ivnd three, mnidono. Thuo on the Exhibition Ground in t hreo honro twonty-Svo wicketo fell for 75 runs, there beinjjf 'only one doublo figure soore raodo. Tho wicket was a-fairly Rood one. Tho Alberts Sid cot turn up to moot tho Oak fleldts. ? . . .

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE CRICKET ADELAIDE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

AT^TArrvm m3TmrBT Adelaide, Saturday ITiijhtn Adelaides played Austral at Adolnido Oval thio afternoon. The last wicket fell jnofc beforo the' call of time for 10-1. Travers/rcaa top ecoro 'with? 58 , Potero 67 not put. Winnall took oi£jht3 for 78. Norwoods, with five down for 160, continuod ogainot tho Porta.-and wore oil disposed of for 231, leaving tho seoaiders victorious by 113. Bailey woo run out at G9. . \ y. On Honsington O vnl, Korth Adelaides hud to { aco a total of S98 raado by Hlndmorah. Tho first two wiokota fell -for nil, but Hill arid Hoath put alto Gathor a dfffpront complorion. on the £jaao, and when otumpo woro drawn had only loot ono moro wickot for 1C0 runo, Hill not ont 118, Hoath 83 - ?Pofctlntror not out 18.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RICHMOND (VIC.) RACES. (BY WIRE—FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

* EIckMOKD (VIC.) EACES, (bx wiHE-^imou oub own coasESPOMnnnTr) 1 TilELEOUBNE, Saturday Night. Fltihg Handicap (12.1), Posies.— Jowoas 1, Majjgio Moore 2:, Trahwat HaWicap (18J), Poeieo. — Alma,, 1, MoUyNohr2, Cpra Lynn 8. VATTCLTTSn HaTTDICAP (12.2), EgSXEQ,— -3P1OKI 1, Maggie 2, Granite 8. FiiBECAET HxiKDioAP (13,0), TOTixzo, — Jcanfia 1, Irish Lad 2, Vcnun 8. Bichiiohd Haujjicap (18.8), PonrnD.—Dcapincd 1, Swagijlo 2, Miss PfcnboS.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLAND v. AUSTRALIA, The Fourth Test Match. PLAY PUT OFF. Wind and Rain Play Havoc with the Game. THE NEW SOUTH WALES TEAM FOR BRISBANE. Chetty Notes on the Game—Brisbane Cricket—The Intercolonial Eleven. And other Items. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

eijglaSd- t. .: austmha. The Fourth Test Match* PLAY PUT OEP. ' | Wind and Bain Play Havoc mtii the Game. THE SEW SOUTH WALES XEAI1 FOR BRISBANE. Chatty Notes on the Game — Brisbane Cricket— The Intercolonial Eleven. And Othor Items. The weather baa been the unwitting cause of the orioket-loving publio giving vent to their feelings in foroiblo and inelogant ozplotiveo. Thoreforo, it has much to onowor for. Criokot waa ont of the question yesterday, although onco or twice during the forenoon fleeting periods of brightness gave rise to or peotationa of a little play later in tho day. Those short intervale between the ' guaty squalls were, however, misleading to the expeotant throng that had gatherod at the Cricket Ground at noon. The members of the English team visited the wioket in the forenoon, and they were not impressed with its appearance. The umpires, too, gave it an inopootion, and de cided to put off play till 12.15, when they were to inspect again. But the ominouB gathering o...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

; GRAHAM'S 55s. SUITS. 'i ; ..????? ? ?. 1 GOOD STYLE AND FIT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

KOIjA.-3SnJT-TOKriO . STIMULATES AND GIVES TONE TO THE NEEVOUS SYSTEM. A BABS APPETISEEr-PICII-lI133.UP BRAIN TONIO. KOLA AND SODA, FOE HOT DAYS. AIT IKVZGOBATIXQ DEINE. FISMEK'S 'PHABnAOY, 3S? GBOEGE-ST. (Nearly Opp. G.P.O.) KOILi A. PRICE, 6s. ; by PoBfc, 6b 8d. TfQT.A ,

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

PAHALYTIO PEICES. BOOTS AND SHOES, a ? W.J.HIOKEY&SONS, 55 OSFOED AND PELICAN BTEEETS.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

.' -3ES1TKA. BIO-BIT, WEJOLESOiME, jLIN'!) IPAX.^X^PX/E, ; \ ' HEW BEEW NOW SELLING- FREELY. '?''? ' ., . A iittm] care is required to make a good cup of Tea, but it is well I worth tho troublo. In order to help you we ask you never to make ? I Tea without rinsing the pot with boiling water, and never use water ? n that has been simmering s long time. A good cup must not be ? expected unless it has been infused about seven minutes. I IN ADDITION it is necessary that you should choose tho I biqht blbnd of tea, for it is important that a study should be made E by wholesale Tea Dealers as to the flavor of the Tea they supply. I If you follow our instructions and use AETHtTR GEAY AND CO.'S I Tea, which may be obtained from all geoceeb, you- will find the 1 evening meal promptly revives exhausted strength. They are willing, ? 1 upon receipt of a letter, to send you, post free, a SAMPLE OF TEA. 1 This is an inducement to give their Packet Tea a trial, and we feel ? 1 ? sure that once intr...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

npHE PEIBNDS of MICHAEL SBD-EIDAN JL HASTE (late ot tho Crown Solicitor's oflce) aro kindly roquestod to Qttend his, Funeral, to ieavo hio rosidonco. ' Vistillaa,' Tiotorio-sxreot, Waverley, THIS (SUNDAY) HOBNING, at 9.30 a.m. W. CAETJ3JJ, Undertaker, 'Wavorloj. -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOMEN'S VIEWS And Chat. "Batching"—Vice Regalities—Domestic Rebels—"New Woman" Writers—Our Pagans. VICE REGAL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

. WOMEN'S VIEWS And Ghat. ' Batching5'— Yice legalities— Domes- . tic Kebelg— 'Kevr Woman' Writers— Our Fagaus, VICE-BEGAL GOSSIP. ' It is utterly impossible to keep his Ex. up to the work, and storms are looming in the future. Although an English Liberal, Sir Robert is a pronounced Tory from ,our standpoint, and I was not surprised to see that he declined to lend his august pre sence to the Trades' Hall gathering. By the way the new Private Se-J. has sailed for Australia, and we are to lose Mr. Pennyman. From hand-shaking considerations everyone was glad that this interesting gentleman replaced A.G., who used to give one such a lurch with hia paw that one always approached Government House with the fear of having an arm jerked from the socket. The handshake was A.G.'s greatest defect. Mr. Pennyman brought the real society touch. He catches the hand gently, gives it a soft pressure, and then takes it in the direction of the ceiling. It sends an indescribably pleasant sensation all o...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TRAIGHT "Every Bullet has its Billet." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

IIKiii « Every Ballot has its Billot.' ' If you want to bring out what there is In a man give him a sea voyage. ? o ? }*£ A' man may be beside himBelf, and yet have no idea how ridiculona ho looks, r To a woman there is no more uninteresting ?? object than a man in love — with somebody ' Blge. ? o ? ??? — _ ? ???? f When making presents, give a girl some thing she can wear, and a boy something to ?at. o- — ? A' Tho farther away a man gets from his baby, the more he praises its good be haviour. / . It is not the greatness of a man's means jfchat makes him independent so much as the smallnesa of his wants. ?o .????? i ? Ab long as a woman curls her hair she Cannot trnly be said to have resigned bittier body or soul to despair. ^Cabmen all seem to be exaotly alike. pThsy all grumble if you give them bIx .pence more than their proper fare. ? o ? ' A college training will do much for a flaaa, but it will not teach him to look for o rJtowel before filling his eyes with soap. ' '0' ' . Not...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEXT DISCUSSION. For Women Only. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

THE NEXT DISCUSSiON. For Women Only,1 A popular. discussion, for women only, will be announood next weak. It ia ono, however, in whioh mon will bo quito c.3 muoh intoroatcd aswomon.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NORTH SHORE MYSTERY. (FOR THE "SUNDAY TIMES.") CHAPTER V.—CONSTABLE HOBBS DISTINGUISHES HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

cTflE UOBTSI gHOBE' Mtstebt. ByiHERB. FLETCH. . ' (POBTHE 'SUNDAY TIMES.') ^ J CHAJTiJB V.— CONSTABLE HOBBS DIS J TINGUISHES HIMSELF. .Constable Hobbs, on duty outside Mrs. Delfosae's, had for a long time nothing to break the monotony of his watch. . He allowed the Professor to pasB, knowing him well. Mr. Gaspel puzzled him. He con cluded at once he was not a resident of the Shore; he certainly did not know him as ?uch, yet he had a kind of inward con viction Tie had seen him before, but where ? . he could not call to mind. But the thought did not trouble him. Me met, every day, people he had met before, with out being able, or caring for that matter, to locate the time and place. It had been some time dark when the meditations of a quiet smoke were inter rupted by the opening of the front door, and the coming out of a lady. : 'It is her; what the dickens is she up to!' It was indeed Bertha. Bertha, hysteri cal, nearly mad. To be in the house was .no longer endurable, she was stifle...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOO MANY MARRIAGES OF THE WRONG SORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

TOO MANY MAEEIAGES OF THE WEOHG SOET. An anonymous lady writer is of opinion that there aro* already too many people married, and that marriago is a failure oo oauao the wrong man marries tho wrong woman, and vice versa. A great deal of this is the result of too early unions, when folk don't know their own minds. She has hard words for the women who, instead of working for themselves,' marry tho firot man who oomoa along ju'at for broad and butter; and the -other sort who, though not poor, want to havo ' Mrs.' to their names at any coat. In conclusion,, oba doclaroa: 'The world ia up sido dowa; it -vyanta ohaking up, norting out, cause and effect ntadiod and rectified, and thoa.we ahall have a littlo moro happiness.' A second budget of particularly interest ing: letters on this oubjeot will appear next week.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A STUDY OF WOMANKIND. The Bargains at the "Fair." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

A STUDY OF WOMANKIND. The Bargains at the 'Tail-.' What will feminine folk not do for bar gains ? You may imagine that you know, but you don't, unless you have studied the sub] ect on the spot. The poot declared that ' tho create sfc study of mankind is man.' He might have added that the most inexhaustible subject for study, and by far the moat popular and interesting, is woman. Mark Foy knows it. ' He is ahyayp studying tho peculiarities of the feminine mind, and that he understands them is shown by the way in whioh Big onterin^ for their deareat wants is appreciated, .but he is etill a student on the question, and what ja more, offers & splendid opportunity to investigate the sub ject by a visit to his establishment. Yesterday, quite oasually, in' tho absence of orioket match or other sports, and the Btreets being Bloppy and deserted, we thought, to improve the ocoasion and acoept a standing in vite to 'look in at any time,'and stroll through the departments. But, unfortun...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A YOUNG MAN'S CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

A YOUNG MAN'S CHAMPION. ' An Old JUauy entirely disagrees with the idea of a tax, and says that revenue can be more legitimately gained from the land. She warmly championn the young bachelors for their Renerosity, kindneaa, self-denial, &c, and thus concludes : — Then in the by . no means unusual caae of a man who feels that ho cannot.think of matrimony while a widowed mother or inyalid Bister depends on bis exer tions, now oruel a tax would prove, lessening the already small meaua still further. If, however, the tax wore lovied, it should be reatriotod to thoae in receipt of ^6500 per annum and over; and oommenoe at tho age of 25 yearB.. Even then I, for one, should be very sorry to sea it carried into offeot. The' poor men already havo. their whiaky and tobacco taxed, surely we may leave them fheir liberty.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POPULAR DISCUSSION. SHOULD SINGLE MEN BE TAXED? Some Smart Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

POPULAR DISCUSSION.' . SHOULD SIMLE MEN -BE TA&tiD? ? - Some; Smart letters, 'i 'Upon this 'subjeofc we have received many interesting lottqrs,' of whioh ihe following are samples. .1' '?'(.' ^?,--.- ?? ' justice, eeli4ion,'an|) morality ' ??;?? ?. ?? . GEY 'YES.* ?:? , ??.?..: '- A Mnoh^Mftrviod Man ;!' dofceila tho;fQifcU that is in him in those worefs :— _ In tho interests of Justice, yos. ., Ho vrho niuohes from taking his share in supporting his conntry by supporting another man's daughter, or another man b. sister, and bo encouraging an all-round trado for tho benefit of tho oopmunity at largo,- should be made to feel by direot. means that ho cannot esoapo his liabilities. How many young men with a deairo for matrimony, and who would make exoellent husbands, are precluded from enter ing upon that state because two? three, or moro maiden sisters aro dependent upon them for support. How many a father, who ought now to bo reating after yoarB of toil, is still . bearing th...

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