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A DAVID AND A SOLOMON COME TO JUDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

A DAVID AND A SOLOMON COME TO jJUDQMENT. ' Swiveller ' declares wo must first catch the baohelors and then tax thorn, as instance Bwagmen, Bundownera, &o. Theu ho gives a straight answer : — [f the direct object of such a. tax be to replenish a needy exchequer then no, for it would do nothing of thokind. If it bo to induce men to marry, no again, for it would assuredly miaa ita mark. No, air ; these matters turn upon inclination and free will,, and von can no more curb theae than von can reaiat the tide. The world is now somo alx thouaand years old, Bomo say a trifle more, and, on tho whole, the hoary old planet has pot along pretty Well, and, I believe, or at least hope, without taxing her baohelora. Fanoy taxing the Eli'B, the Eliahas, and the Jonaha of anoient days, and letting David and Solomon, with thoir hundred wives, jro soofc free! Fanoy taxing the celibates of tho ancient ohurch — tho celibates, too, of tho modern church 1 No, bit j it won't do.

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

? „., — , — ? ? — -— — — * ; IT'S j A PLACE TO HANG YOUR HAT, MARK FOY'S FAIL ___?

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

f r=a DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED.

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

THEY SAY— Biat cycling 'will nhortly boom like Scricket. ... Hiat the new Czar's liberalism wbh only djjekin deep. ''? liat in regard to illicit stills, theory-is, ??jj' Still they come.' ' pat the gag should be abolished instead :of being improved. lat the Water and Sewerage Board zansfc :be mended or ended. liat the Lunacy Commission report 'will Jbe interesting reading. |»at funk is always responsible for eome ^wickets in a big match. ^at a policeman Las no right to shoot a g aan on mere suspicion. I at the sailing craft in-' the harbor got H )lenty of breeze yesterday. 1 at Carbine, value ^13,000, is a nice HI ,ssefc in an assigned estate. H it the Marrickville-Belmore railway tjji fill prove an expensive luxury; E at there is something unlucky about is he Chairmanship of Committees. I at never before has weather so inter §1 ored with International cricket. Jj at some Australian cricketers consider || ;heuiselves little tin gods on wheels. lat a shilling a mile is too much to p ...

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

Fish, name, MUk. tf.S.W. FMSH EOOD AND ICE CO., LTD. COB ttTT.TT, CREAM:, ' ' ICE, PISH, GAME, POULTRY, BUTTEE, SEAD OFFICE— 25 HAEBOB-STEEET. - , ? REFRESHMENT DEPOTS^''-1 92 EING-STEEET / 23 BOYAL AECADE FISH, GAME, AND POULTRY DEPOT— 185 KING-STEEET. THE CABT3 OP THE COMPANY DELTVEB DAILT IN THE CITY AND SUBUBBS. AGENTS IN AI.Ii THE SUBI7EBS, AND ALL tABTS OF THE COUNTBY. BODALLA CHEESE The Finest in the Market. Our Registered Bread is on Every Cheeae. 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 SUSBEX-STEEKT. S_OteES. EGBERTS' SINGLE BOTTLE DEPARTMENT, MABKET-STBEET, Next Geoege-stbebt. LOOK AT THE PBIGES, HENNESSY'S *»? PALE BI.ANDY, 6s 31 USHEE'S SPECIAL BKSEEVE WHISKY, 4s. BKOWN'S FOUR CROWN WHISKY, 3s 9d. ?WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS, 4b and 2b. v».___Jl&, JL JUjJu, 13 JjJU?JIJ___JL_i? Corner of PAEK and GEOEGE STBEETS. This Well-knowc, Popular, and Old-Established Hotel is conducte...

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

SWIMMING. The Sydney Enterprise Swimming Club have from time to timo been fortunate in securing as patrons of the olub gentlemen who teko a praotioal intoreat in awimming. Boar Admiral Bridgo, tho recently eleoted patron of the olub, has already proved that he intends encouraging the spore in earnest, for in a letter to the hon. ; secretary of the olub ho exproBsea ? a wish to donate a trophy, with a view-to extending knowledge of swim ming and life-saving, the prize to be oompeted for annually, and ho asko the committee to suggest the conditions for competition that might be most acceptable to the members of the olub. The matter iB having attention. Life-saving classes are now becoming very popular in Sydney and throughout the colony. Last Friday evening representatives of tha General Post-office Swimming Club and of tho Colonial Sugar liofininp Company met at tho Natatorium for drill, under the direction of Dr. Hi. E. Both, the energetio medical officer of the Society, while tho E...

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

ADELAIDE CHAMPION MEETING Adelaide, Saturday Night. A telegram has been reoeived from tbe League of Victorian Wheelmen nominating Broadbent, the five-mile ohampion, as their representativo at tho forthcoming oycling carnival. Tho Now South Wales Wheelmen aro sending J. Me^oon as their champion;

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

ZIMMERMAN COMING. Cyclists in Australia are in for a treat shortly, for the great gun Zimmerman, in company with Wheelor and Sanger, have determined to pay tbe Sunny South a visit at an early date. The New South Walea League of wheelmen will most likoly have the matter before them at next mooting, when dates, &o. will be discussed.

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

OTCLING. (Bt ' Wheeleb.') Signs are not wanting to indicate that the mammoth meeting to be held in March, under the auspioes of tho-'New South Wales League of Wheelmen, will be a huge Bucoess. The matter has been taken up very warmly locally, the oountry ahaps aro 3oining in heartUVj and word comes from Melbourne that a pig contingent will be sent over from Victoria, There is every reason for believing that tho gathering will be a veritable red lettor dav in Australian nvnlincr annals. Mr. S. J. Wyatt (who is handicappor to the Cyclists' Union) has resigned the oapfrainoy of Sydney Bioyole Club, which he held for four years. The olub will miBn him. Besides Megson, who leaves on Tuesday, oatohing the steamer Bulimba at Melbourne, the colony will bo represented at tho Adelaide Champion Meeting by Fowlos, who otarts by ? the oxpresa on Thursday.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTORAL FOOTBALL. The Rugby Union Proposes to Introduce the System. COMMENCING NEXT SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

;ELEGTOEAL FOOTBALL^ : The Jtogb;y Union Proposes to i p- Introduce the System. ? COHMEigClNG NEXT SEASON, (Bt 'The Ctnio.') Pootballets w&o have been attending big oriokot m&tches-lntoly do not like tbo summer yamo ot all. They are pinintc for the return of football, so that the orlcket umpire's fiat of ' No play to-day ' may be unheard. Indeed, some of tho 'Varsity, Bandwiofc, and Walla roo dons, who were out at tho Sydney Oriokot Ground yesterday, appeared to be in the damps, one well-known player shaking his head as ho ejaoulatedt 'By Jovo! I wioh oricket'waa out and football in.' Well, he. ho will not have lonj? to wait, and, in tho meantime, it 'Boomo to me, he, and hordes of other football warriors, will havo a pretty tough, perhaps meatleoo, bone to pick in the Electoral movement. Footballers, old and younfr, will have to givo tbo question careful consideration. A opeoial ffeuoral meotinf: of tho Eugby Union will, bo hold at Aaron' b Exchange Hotel on Monday ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PIGEON SHOOTING. NEW SOUTH WALES GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

FIGJEOK SHOOTING. HEW SOUTH WALKS GUN CLUB. (Joan tor attractions militated against tho at tendance at the Gun Club last Friday, and, as a consequence, thero was not a aiiiBoient number of members present to form a quorum, and the second competition for tho Gun Club Cup lapsed. Sweeps were substituted, with the following results : — No. 1.— Dr. Dufl'ot and Mr. Gorratt divided. No. 2.— Won by Dr. Duflot. No. 8.— Dr. Duflot and Mr. Eales divided. No. 4.— Won by Mr. Eales. Ho. &.— Dr. Duflot and Mr. Ealoa divided. No. 6. — MensrH. Eales iind Qarratt divided. No. 7.— Won by Dr. Dufloi. No. 8.— Won by Dr. Duflot. No. 9.— Meeats. Eales and Gorratt divided. No. 10.— Dr. Duflot and Mr. Garratt divided. No. 11.— Dr. Duflot and Mr. Garxatt divided. No. ll— Dr. Duflot and Mr. Garratt divided. No. 13.— Won by Dr. Duflot. Nos. 1*, 15, and 10.— Won by Dr. Duflot.

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

? A FIEM BELIEVEE. ' Tom Tell Truth ' Bays :— Tho xiohos of a State are its people. It thoroforo behovea tho Government of -a well-regulated State to con servo tho interests of its married men. The married man is of greater importance to the State than the doril-may-oare ajngle man, whpqe house is thatched when his hat is on. In foot, amongst some nations it is tho law to distinguish and honor a man by the number of hia family. Taxing baoholordom would be the means of lightening1 the already heavy burden borne by the married citizen, and oasting a share of tha burden on those beat able to bear it. As. a plans no persons are better able to meet a dirept tax thari.single men. As a rule, they aro young, .'and in poBBssBion of those faculties whioh fit thorn for acquiring tho meana of subsiatenoa, and a tax would simply mean tho denial of one or two of the many luxuries in whioh thoy are prone to indulge. Men are oolibate from choice or necessity. If from ohoioe, tho imposition of a tax...

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

A STEONG CASE. ' . . - Thus ' Fair Play ' : I soriouBly think that in theae colonieo this question comes .within tho range of practical politios. Doubtless tho majority of your lady writers will answer the question in the aflirmativo, as they would be highly interested in the result, but while I also etophatioally aay ' yos,' it is o'ui of ho sympathy for them. They aro to a large ex tent responsible for tho low marriago rate, by tho way in whioh they have of late years taken up the lighter brauohec of work for merly performed by men, thereby throwing men out of employment, and both directly and indireotly lowering wagofl. My own reason ia, that so many single men are nowadays work ing for wagea -which are absolutely uaelesa, to a married man. Employers know thi3, and, therefore, you aee in many of their advta. that single-blessedness is a necesaary qualification, and whero it in noi mentioned in tho advt. it might ao well be.. Wo, aro fast reaohing tho point, if wo have not already...

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

AN UNBELIEVER, ' \ . . . ? .. ' C.L.K.B.' (Boggabri) f ails. to; see how too tax is practicable, cud points to the thoaoanda of-si»{jlo men who. aro tramping about tho country and hdve no' par tidular place . of : rcsl donco. It is all very well to talk about thero being thousands of single moi),' but a lot of . thorn find it impossible to keep themselves,' let alone a wife and family. Better a single lifp than a married one in poverty. Tho best thing is to let) thing3 remain as they. aro.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"CLASS LEGISLATION WITH A VENGEANCE." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

' CLASS LEGISLATION WITH A ^- VENGEANCE.' That; is the opinion of Vidnor, who thus explains himself: — Political ooonomista have been unanimous in -decreeing olasn legislation, and a tax upon bachelors would bo olaaa legislation with a vengeance. The only oir oumstanoea that, would justify tho levying of' such a tax would be the terrible condition of a nation in danirer of becoming extinct. .-.. Now otatifl.tica prove that as regards the Anglo Saxon-, raoo no Buoh dan£jejJ:-oxiBt3. ,:; A tax '?upon'-baohelors might add Bomo to the ranks of benedicts, but, I question if rooruits bo' gained, w'duld confer' any benefit or add: any lustre' 'to tho already crowded battalions of ill-assorted marriages., Enforced Bervioo ia only ono degree better than nono at all. It in a true and trite saying ' One volunteer ia bottor than ton pressed mbn.' Then how poor a compliment you pay to the oharms of the fair sex, when you imply the neoesoity of such a tax. If the example ho sees evqrywhero around...

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

THE TAX USELESS. After pointing out that depression io fine' roal impediment to tho marriago state, 'Shaker qonoludes: If a ukaao wero issued by the Government, ordering every man to marry, it would not be ourtailing the liberty of the people to a muoh greater extent than the imposition of a' 'Baoholor Tax. No man should do induoed to inarrv for nomnii'ar oial speculation (and this the tax would en courage), but for.,rospoot, admiration and love of'thefjirl whom he may choose of his own free. will?' Were the tax impo8Gd:it would, not achieve tho purpose intended, and would only be an unnecessary burdqn for the baoholor to carry. ' ' -?''.??

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

??' ' A WOMAN'S EEASONSv' \ 'Chatterbox' thinks that if tho tax were imposed baoholora would bo thus regularly warned that eooiofcy expected them to beoame heads of families, and the tardy ones would be reminded not to delay. Sho then goes oh to remark -.—Many of our groat mon say that there is ' insufficient population in this country.' Marriage is' the best way to remedy tha defect, for married mon must have homes. They would settle on tho land, and work for thgir wives and families. This would foster patriotism, and give strength and* unity to a country ; besides, tho rovonuo obtained by' thg tax could bo spent in purobanintr land and -, making hqmea for those who would liko -to marry, but think they are too ? defioient in worldly wealthy At tho same tjmo, notwith standing the advantages to individuals and 'the Sfcafca, the tax would be au interference with bachelors' liberties, and I think it would be better not to impose it. . ?

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"A DREADFUL BUSTY, CRUSTY BACHELOR." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

'A DEE ADFUL BUSTY, CRUSTY BACHELOE.' 'Snoofeog' ,(who says she is no old maid) writes : — Ao marriage is the introduction to a healthier and a happior life with .future benefits, and as man ia not complete till married (being minus a rib), ho ia not capable o£ onjoyinp life the way in whioh wo' would wish to oee him. We road in the biblo that God made Adam and theu Eve, his wife. GodJ thought it waa not good for man to be alone, and gave him a coni* panion. Ono of tho ohief aima in_mar* riaaro should be a ' suitable ' companion. It ia this ohoioo alone that rendera life happy, and if more men chose companions and not houaekoepers or cooks, &c, thero would be more happy marriages. Fancy the man, supposed to be the *' nobleot work of God,' living for self— that rotten self. If baoholora only knew the joyo of married life there would be fewer of them. I say, tax them all, tho older the heavier. Nothing is bo dreadful as a rusty, orusfcy, old bachelor. An old maid will nurso ch...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BOOT ON THE OTHER FOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

THE £00 r ON THE OTHER FOOT ' Alpha' says : Moat emphatically no. On the contrary., thoy ought to be subsidised as a reward for forethought and unselfishness, and for theae reaaons : Ninety per cent of tho present baohojoro still remain so, not from phoice, but owing to theic pecuniary discom fort and'the uncertainty of permanent employ ment. If these two. important difficulties could be'overaome, 1 venture to Bay the mar riage bella would booome more familiar than they are at present. Bachelora aro generally looked upon as i a most aelfish class 'of mankind. Now, to my mind, particularly with regard to tho question of marriage, thoy are living examples of unselfishness ; because muoh as they desire to be linked in a dual capacity through life, they reluotantly refrain from thia, ao thoir meana of oub siatenoe will not warrant thio extra expendi ture. Unless a man io independent of hia weekly or monthly wage, terminable at tho option of hla employer, it will bo moro noblo mindod if ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"WILD OATS" FIRST, AND TAX AFTERWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

'WILD OATS' FIEST, AND TAX . AFTEEWAEDS. ' Francos '' writes : I do not advocate per manent bachelorhood for mankind in general; far from it, since -marriage'' is an honorable and natural institution ; but, if they must marry, lot it be when middle age iB reached. A man at 4.0, with a wifo of SO or 35, is better fitted tp.bear thpJHs that toof frequently fqlloV; after marriago. In the meantime lot bur vouncr men bo-v thoir wild oats, gain ex perience and wisdom, also position in tho world. Then we may look for happier results than I seo around me from tho youthful, improvident, ill-assorted marriages of tho present day. After tho aonaiblo period is arrived at, if tho mon refuse to marry then, and then only I say, tax thorn.

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