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THE WORLD OF SPORT RACING AT CANTERBURY Warminster's Win. INTERCOLONICAL SAILING IN SYDNEY HARBOR. Cricket Chatter—Electoral Football—Balmain Rowing Events—Racing News. Cricket in Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

WmSk BACING AT CAM'EBBUKY. 1 '*Y ' 'i r ?' Warmiiistefs Win. , INTERCOLONIAL SAILING IN ?; ♦'' SYDNEY HAEBOB. tCrieket Chatter— Electoral Football— Bal- V mala Rowing Events— Kacing News. ' Cricket in Brisbane. . - i ? '- 4. ?' STARTING 'PEICES OF WINNEES AT i. ??: CANTEBBUSY. ,-., - fTAirx Pas, Hurdle Race, 10 to 1 against. _ Phakamond, Flying Handioap, 4 to 1 against. eiE Chaeleh, Park Handicap, 7 to 1 against. ['Wabhinsteb, Canterbury Handicap, 5 to 1 j against. 'Ail There, Selling Raco, 6 to 4 on. --'-'^ .l&LYEESPBAY, Welter Handioap, 10 to 1 ' against. .,. * ... -Wr.

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ADELAIDE RACES. (BY WIRE—FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ADELAIDE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

ADELAIDE £ACES. (bt wibe— peoh oca own cobbespokdkht.) Adelaide, Saturday Night. lao oumraor .faceting 01 tno ^aeiaiae xiacing Club was held on the old coarse this aftornoon. The weather was scorching hot, and the atten dance moderate. The results of the events or© as follow : — - Disposal Hahdicap, of 75 sovs, 6 furlongs.— Mr. T. Wigley's b f Supposition, by Danlop— Conjeotnre, 7st (Dnnn), 1 ; Mr. J. Williams' b f Ola, 8st (Dalton), 3j Mr. D. Fitzroy's br g Madoc, 7st 91b (Hodgkina), aud Mr. W. Shep pard's b m Germain, 7st 71b (Hill) (dead heat), 8. Other Btortero: La Grippe, Piacio, Merry Girl, Lesbia, Harold, Gardener, Antrlaise, Glowworm, Lorna Doone, Beltana, Bussian, Don Pedro. Amount in totalisator, £692 ; dividend, S24 12s. Ola made all the early running till sap plantod by Supposition at the distance, and tho Dnnlop filly won by a length. Madoo and Gevmaine half-a-length behind, Ola and Bussinn next. Time, lmin l7iBeo. . Tho winner was bought in for £37. Two Yeab-old Handic...

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GEELONG RACES. (BY WIRE—FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE. Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

GEELONG RICKS. (BY W1EE — raOM OT/B OWN COREEEPONDENT.J Melboubne. Saturday Niirht. The Geelong raoes were concluded to-day. EeBults:— FOAL STAKES— 14 mile. 'Eiridsforde, by Eiridspord— Spinningdale, 8st 61b (Holmes) ? ? ... 1 Quiver, 8sfc 71b (Campbell) ? ... 2 Only two started. Betting : 6 to 4 on Quiver. Won by a neck. Time, 2min 41isoc TBOT— 2* miles. Squash ... ? M .., M «a 1 Keir Hardie ? ;. ... „, ... 2 Mibs Starr ? ? , ... 3 These were the only starters. Betting: Evans Squash, 2 to 1 v Keir Hardie. Time, 7min 26sao. STEEPLECHASE— 2 miles. Marine, by The Diver — Alice, Sst 101b (Mooney) 1 Namesake, list 41b (Geo. Soobie) ? 2 Bob«oca, lOst 101b (Carey) ? ...' ... 8' Other starters: ShondonlOst 121b, Orient lOst 71b, Nipper Dst 71b. Mailboy 9st 61b. Betting : S to 1 v Namesake, 4 to 1 Marine, 5 to 1 Orient, 7 to 1 Nipper. Won by ten lengths. Shandon and Oriont fell. Time, 4min 6seo. GEELONG HANDICAP— li mile. Tho Hind, by Thoughtful— The Boe, 6st 71b (Stevenson) ? ... ? 1 Periw...

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

HAVING COMPLETED THE ADDITIONS TO TKE3IE SPACIOUS PEJEMXSIS, , \ ' 5HEY AEE NOW SHOWING A MOST EECHESCHE STOCK OP : Elegant Jewellery, Diamond Goods, -Watches* Solid Silyer and SilTer Electro-plate, &c, ; flie Yery Cream of tie Home. Eiar&ets .? 25. to. 40 .gen . . cent, Under Usual Mates, ; ? ? .' ' The Variety, Artistic Character, Excellence, and LOWNESS .Off PEICB of Every Article vre offer renders a Viait of Inspection at our ' . a pleasure to' all who Study Economy, or who desire the Beat of Everything afc.tho Lowest Cost; while ? ? ??? ? ' - ? , . ~ OUE SUPEEB PREMISES AEE WITHOUT EXCEPTION - - - THE FINEST IN AUSTBALASIA. l .'?'??' ;Y''.- -.STEWART DAiSOM AMD CO. Hanafaoturing Jewellers, Diamond Uorcliants, Watch HQnufaotarox'flp Silversmiths, and Direct Jmporterss 412 GEORGE-STREET and STEAM), SYDHSY. 96 Kewgate-streetj 97 SwanstoD-street, M QEeejj-street, London. Melbourne. Auclilanda B.S.

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

LlDlESt ALWAYS Iny.wlioro you can 'got ,tao loat value tor your iaonoy.' ' ??' ' : ' NEVER ? ?? tail tomato thia tho first conaidpration. \Doyoa ippreciato really Good TEA ? Then don't FOEGET ?????? that your toata can. 'be gratified. by the well-known Family Qrocsro. WILLIA13S and GIBBONS, of 73 OJOrOBD-aTEEET, who will sell you a TEA ot Is per lb that cannot bo surpasEod in Australia. THIS 13 their own SPECIAL BLEND, and is admitted by good judcea to be 6f really ezcelloht quality, Ohoice Brands of China, Ceylon, and Indian Teas lico in . stock. Parcels dolivorod Tfxoe in town or jaburbs, or to any Station or Port in K.S.W. A FACT portli.i6ni6ia\-6tiEg» PriosMits ffvt-jrVffft¥oTi . ^ ? i SIX BNAMWTiLED OABLNBTS, TOGBrHEEl pop WITH A BEAUTIFUL ENLARGEMENT ' - M . ' ON OPAL OE PEEMA3STENT BROMIDE; f v &GL £\r\ - Size 10 x 12 inches. . , J . . . SJ.

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

AEE YOU AFFLICTED ?with DYSPEPSIA, .CONSTIPATION, KIDNEY TROUBLES, BACKACHE, ACHING LIMBS, or LIVER COMPLAINT? If so, safe remedies are within your reach at a nominal cost. CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS have never yet failed to cure the worst cases. General dability, nervousness, weakness; and general complaints of the digestive and nGrvona systems are promptly oured by these reliable remedies. They are pre pared by scientific processes, and aro not merely mechanical mixtures made only to '--ull the public.' The renown CLEMENT'S TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS havo won in Australasia is proof of the fact that they stand pre-eminent for their special classes of diseases. No remedies ever sold gave uuch entire satis faction to their patrons, and evidence is forthcoming from every city, town, and village to prove their virtues. No doubt; can now exist as to their value, but purchasers must be careful to get the genuine articles, as many unscrupulous traders will attempt to palm off a ...

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

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

Great Discount Sale OF DJELA-F^TfY-. 3s 4P -in the ]pou^rr- OPP EVEBYTHTNa YOU BUT.^ ./ .' -\'V -'' '??'''' LADIES, DO NOT PAIL TO ATTEND ' ? OJST^MONDAY AND FOLLOWING DAYS. THERE AEE PLENTY OP BAEGAINS POE YOU. ' AXiii-' sax.es :fq:r o^sh: only. ^ VICTORIA HOUSE, SlQDKETo r

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

Western Australia. Lynoh law ia not confined to the United States, it appears, for at the Ninety Mile tha miners have laws of their own, which they fully enforce when undesirable characters are discovered in their midst. A few men were recently imbibing rather freely, and aa a result one man was knocked about and robbed. A roll-up took plaoe on the following evening, and a man namod. Boyle was tried before a jury of five. He was found guilty after a long hearing, which lasted over two hours, and was sentenced to leave the field, which ho was wise enough to do, rather than face the alternative of burial up to his shoulders for six hours. A new and important discovery has been mado on the Consuello Mine at the Ninety Mile. No. 4 shaft, which has only reoently been started, discloses tbe roef 4ft wide and very rich in gold for its full width. A general sample of the ore has been assayed at Cool gardie, and returnod over 14oz of gold to the ton. This discovery greatly enhances tbe value...

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

DE'T E C T t Y E COOKE havina reaifmed from tho -Police Force, has Oponed CONFIDENTIAL INQUIRIES, ;2HSS ING FEIENDS. end NEXT-OiVKIN OFFICES, at 183 KING-STBEET, Sydnoy, trith Bronchos at Cliaring Croon, London, and at Melbourne. Testi monials from ' Judges, itusiBtrritoo, Barrister 0, Heads of Government Departments, and Chiefo of Police, tiydnoy and Holbourno, con bo inapeotcd or copies posted on application, tho whole form ins a. nca of rofozoaco uuecjuciUod. Strictly con fidontial. Agonto overywhoro. ' . ^ Mrs. Dix: 'Isn't your 'mother very glad you havo recovered, from tha whooping cough P ' Diok : ' I don't believe go. ma'am ; you can't 'think how it amused the babyi' ? k .E T IF I C I AJL TEETH jf_L ' COMPLETE (TJppor nnd Lower) GOLD MEDAL SfiTB of vparfoctly-fifcting TEETH, £5. Mastication gnarantaed. Thecaaro the BEST and. LOWEST in PEIOE mado compatible vritb. com fort, faithful workmanship, and natural appsaranra of beauty. Soft platen for tondor (ruma. Old mifl. flttinjj...

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BRIGHTON GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

BBIGHTON GUN CLUB. Tho shoot for tho Cashmoro gun, which took plnoo at the Brighton Gun-Olub Ground, and had to bo.reluetantly postponed owing to the insufficient number of birds, will take place to-morrow uf tor no on on the Club's frrouud. Thoro are oi?ht uhootoro loft in^all pretty warin oneo, too— and theco rbpreaent:.°ten nominations, so that some capital oport io sure to eventuate. Tho following are tho names of thoso who aro to ahoot :— 'Lock- wood,' Ealeu (2), Duflot, Gorflok (2), B. Bloio, Kzslriht, and Glonloter.

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

MESSES. VLLES AND CO-, ' OF 8 BBIDGE-STREET S5TDNET, Next door to Mesors. Burns, Philp and Co., Publio 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 ? acaountant under tho Judges neal of the Supreme Court of Now Zea land, and Commiaaioner of Affidavits for several of the colonies, and the style of tho firm will bo in the future VILES AND BEN NETT.— Viloo and Co. Note.— VILES AND BENNETT, private composition accountants, trade assignees and auditoro, 8 Bridge-street Sy dney. ? ? Messrs. BQeGS-yyiOT & BUTCHER SHAEEBEOKEES,. 12 iPOST-OPFICE CHAMBEES, Diroofc Special attention io Gympio and Chartera Towers Sfcocka. ? i___ /TWNEBS OF BUILDINGS OP WHAT \J .'?? EVEE CLASS 'Will Study- their Interest by Intrdrtatr came in the' IiIVEEPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSUB&NCE GOMTANT, 'Tho great JE'iro and Life Insurance Company of . . . ? the World.' - Lowcat B...

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NORTH BOTANY GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

NOETH BOTANY GUN CLUB. A purse of £25, offered for competition by tho North Botany committee, will bo shot for on tho club's {jround, BbsBbery Park, next Taooday afternoon. The secretary rcqucste the attendance of all trap followers. Nominations will bo taken ?up to 2 o'clook, at ?vrbiohb.oar tho ohoofc will be-jin.

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SAILING NOTES. A TERRIFIC BLOW FROM THE SOUTH. A Big Sea in the Harbor — Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron Race—A Win for Iduna-Intercolonial Race of the Sydney Flying. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

Sailing eoteSo j A TERRIFIC BLOW FROM THE S©UTH, . A Big Sea in the Harbor — Royal Sydney Tacht Squadron Race— A Win for Iduna— Intercolonial Bace of the Sydney Flying . Squadron— Twenty-one Starters — Queens* land4 Again Vic torious. (Bt ' Weather-Eye.') xno souwieriy or yesteraay Diew Dig guns. Perhaps a bigger sea. has not run between the Heads and Middle Head within the knowledge of any harbor captain than that whjoh was witnessed at 5 o'clock. * The yaohtB had a rough time of it between North Harbor and George's Head. Wisely, once round the Manly buoy was eonsidorod suificient. On the Sydney side of George's Head thare was soa enough, and for some of the open boats too much. In the Intercolonial raoe of the Sydney Plying Squadron there were three oapsizes. Ihe Connie went under during the first heat. The second heat boats pot through all rieht, but in the final tho Cygnet and Bettina showed their keels. Captain W. Green, of the steamer Mermaid, doBerveB great credit for the man...

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ROYAL SYDNEY YACHT SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

ROYAL SYDNEY YACHT SQUADRON. A rating race for all yachts 10-rating and over, for a prize of j-15, presented by Commo dore J. R. Fairfax, of the Squadron, was sailed yesterday. The course, owing to the heavy sea running, was altered, from an outside one ronnd a mark at Long Reef to twice round the Manly course, and it was found advieible to shorten even this, so wild was the sea at the Heads Tho entries Ursre Iduna, 23-rating fMr. W. M. Cameron), scratch; Thelma, lo-ratinp (Dr. M'Cor mack), 6min l'osec ; Isea, 10-rating (Dr. Hilford,), 12min 4-7secj Iolanthe, 10-ratiupr (Mr. W. IS.. Mac lardy), 12min -tTseo. All hud topmasts snugly housed. Iduna came to the mark with a single reef lu her mainsail, while Thelma, in addition, bad her foresail stowed, as also did Isea, Iolanthe very wisely remaiued at her moorings. The biff boats got away well together, but Isea was some minutes late in crossing the line. At Briidley'o Iduna had a slight lead, where sheets were eased for the run, no ex...

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SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON. INTERCOLONIAL HANDICAP RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON. Ioteecolonial Handicap Rack. The programmes distributed by the officials of tbe Squadron on the steamers that followed the race were labelled Queensland v. New South Walea, aud the contest, which even tuated after the firBt fall of the starter's flag, showed itself worthy of tho importance with whioh it had been advertised. The south wind had gained the upper hand, and it blew with all the force pretty wtill in its possession. It raged and whistled, and worked up a sea that at times showed bow little and worthless was the power of man in comparison with its mighty strength. The attendance was not very large. Under the oircumstances it was not expected that it would bo. But each of this steamers on gaged to follow the race carried a goodly number of passengers. There were ladies, too, among them, who scorned the idea of allowing the southerly gale to interfere with their favorite sport. From Clark Island, looking Headawards, a magnificent sight presented itsel...

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BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

y W 5S- V, ? ? 's'j'=^~~~f£ijid Somebody has evidently made a sad mis take in connection with the Federation programme. The great overaigKt seemo to have bean that no steps have been taken to consult the high and mighty memberBof the Federal Council, who con sequently are, it is said, manifesting dis pleasure at the Premiers' conference, and ate going to do --their best to block it. Of course the Premiers might havo known beforehand that thiu majestic body would expect to be considered, and that however beneficial Federation may be to Australia generally, it must on no account be permitted to1' interfere with the dignity and impor tance of the Federal delegates. At any rate, that i3 what they think themselves ; and* of course, they expect tho Premiers to apologise and get out of the way. Whether the latter will see things in the same light, however, remains to be Been. It is just possible that it may be the Federal Council itself which will have to:-be shifted away as e, useless pie...

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ON THE MOUNTAINS. Some Truthful Talk About Them. "Xenophon" has a wet Experience And Tells all About It—Facts as to the Falls—Life at Tourist Resorts— The Curtain Drawn A side. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

:i :0N--3!BlE-;-M0U»TAINSd ? ; Some TrtttMul Talk About ; Them. 'Xonoplion' has a Wet Experience And Tells all About It— Facts as to the Palls — Life at Tourist Resorts — The Curtain Brawn Aside. I hate been to the mountains. There ia nothing remarkable in that fact. Many thousands of people go to the mountains, and tell lies afterwards as to how they enjoyed themselves, the miles they walked, the waterfalls they saw, and the girl3 or men they flirted trith, as the case lnav be. I cannot do that — I mean x cannot tell lies. As for the rest, no matter. But to the mountains. Often had I wildly careered over them in more or less express trains, but never had I ' done time,' so to speak, at any of the resorts. Now, how- ? ever, I am in a position to speak authoritatively, I have put in time on the mountains — and a damp bad time, too. It rained every day. It was a family party, comprising ladies and children. They were there for their health. What I was there for I don't exactly knowj b...

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MINING AND FINANCE. THE MINES AND THE MINING MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

IffllG amHMCE. THE MINES AND. TIE MINING MARKET. ' It is foolish to draw jtenerol conclusions from isolated foots, or to mako swooping assertions basfcd on partial ciperlonco.'

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FRENCHS'. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

FEENCHS'. Our Sterling Silver watches for a few shil lings eaoh ace unequalled. See thorn in our window, all going to time. AIbo Gold Watches, heavy gold oases, £1 and £1 10a cash. A written guarantee given with every watob. WatobsB thoroughly ole&aod, guaranteed tvrolvo months, 2s 6d. Beat- mainspring, 2s 6d. Eronoho'- Now Shop, 632 George-street, Briok fleld Hill (few doors below JLawlor's).0

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