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GENERAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

GENERAL EE MAKES. There has been a middling amount of busi ness during last week in tho best class of investment stocks at firm prices. Messrs. Borohardt and Butcher report thai during the past week they have done a very large business in Charters Towers, Gympie, and Cobar snares. The principal stooka dealt in were No. 6 Queens, Queon's Crosses, and Queen's Centrals, Victorias, and New Bril liant Extondeda. In Gympie they have had a considerable turnover in Carlton Hills, No. 7 Lady Mary South, No. 1 North Viotoria, No. 5 North Phoenix, No. 6 North Phoonix, No. 2 Columbia and Smithiield, and several large parcels of Surface Hills, and in Cobar, chiefly in Mount Dryadules. Although there lias .not been mnoh mining businoRS' done on 'Change, there has been a good deal transacted outBide, and the market is certainly iu a more hopeful state than it has been for some time past. Thoro is a perceptible improvement in silver utouks, and many of the best judges think that we are . likely to ...

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

OUR IiETTEE BOX. TO COBBESPONDENTS. [Letters must reach us, addressed to the Mining Editor, not later than Friday. No notico io taken of anonymous correspondence/] E.W.T.— 1. About4000 MountLyells changed hands at from 41a 6d to 38s, bat neither the salo north'o fall had anything to do with the appearance or output of the mine, which con tinue to be excellent'. 2. We hoar the very best acoount8 of tho West Volunteer. 3. It waa neoosBary to discontinue work to allow tho water to drain. 4. Wo think Bond and Albipns will improve. 5. We advise the pur ohase of Oriental and Glanmiro, and Eastern and Orient Extended. Modbeation (Newoastle). — To reaoh tho South African diamond mines you muot first take an ' Aberdeen ' Line oteamor, whioh loavo Anatrulia about once a month for Cape town. Arrived thoro yon prooeed by railway to Kimberly, the coat being by steerage in steamer .£16, and by third-class rail £2 14s. The climate is good. Pill '(.Dabbo). — William Knowles was acquitted on the cha...

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

DO 'NOT BE GULLED WITH COSTLY I ADVERTISEMENTS, but obtain full value ; for your money. CE5TLON Golden Tips, 2s ? 3d, Is 9d, Ir 6d, Is 3d per lb. E. H. HAIUBI3 ! and CO., Teamen, 21 Strand.0 I «— — — i I n.mra»ai-, -.. ? n ^jjjjyi j — — — — __________________„ j ? Bnstines^t Koticeg. ? _^ j HOB E UW '| SINGLE BOTTLK DKPAflTHEffT, J MARKET-STREET, 8 NEXT GEOEGE-STEEET. 1 VERY SUPERIOR OLD PORT WINE, S For Invalids. I SPLENDID RUM, RICH AND MELLOW For Coughs and Colds. I ROBERTS' SPECIAL WHISKY, For Influenza. I THREE GOOD DSINES. WALKER'S WHISKY, THE. QUEEN'S ALE, ROSBACH WATER. 24 BOND-STEEET j MONSTER CASH PRIZE CONSULTATIONS. Drawn under the Supervision of TATTERS ALL'S CLTJJB COMMITTEE, BRISBANE. Assisted by leading Citizens and Members of the Press. NEWAIARKET HANDICAP, 25,000 at 5. ' AUSTRALIAN CUP, 25J'J00'--ac 5. HAWKESBURY HANDICAP, 25,000 nt ?. SYDNEY GOLD CUP, '.' V .'„ 25,000 at 5. ' CAULFIELD CUP, 50,000 at 5. MELBOURNE CUP, 50,000 afc 10. NEWMARKET HANDICAP . AUSTRALIAN...

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

SIDNEY AMATEUR SAILING CLUB. , The general handicap race for boats of tha above club waB sailed yesterday afternoon over the usual lightship course, conditions being mainsail and jib only, aud limited crews. The entries and handicaps were i Buttercup, scratch ;? Ourlew, Goblin, and Taipo,2min; Inntho, 5mm ; Vendetta, Ada May, and Brownie, (Tmin ; Cariad, 6miu. Cariad 'and Ianthe did not ' turn up. Handicaps were Riven at the start. ( Ada Hay whs the first away, followed by , Brownie. TaiDO. Curlew. Goblin, and Bntfcnr cup. On tbe lead to Bradley's and run to tho %?) lightship all the boats felt the henry southerly [?? breeze and big sea that was running, and h:ul to *-?, ease down their sprits or peaks. Ada May still tk had a good lead rouudingthe ship, andwus followed if- by Taipo, Curlew, nnd Brownie. On the thrash g-; buck Tidpo and Curlew made the be3t weather, tha p little boat, boing about Jmiu ahead rounding Shnrk fS Island, the reBt bein^ a long iray astern. Over the P{ rest...

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

AMOFS 1XCIAIGE HOTEL 'vC0.' . . (LIMITED), .. - 'G!-EESHAM-BfBEBT$ BYDMEY. v . Extensive Improvements tavQ bean effected in the Culinary Department and Cable Appointments of tho Hotel, and 'the Tariff has beon revised and Eeduced. Tho Hotel Accommodation io of tho most comfortable character, and Booms may »q ongaged by the week on vory eaoy tormo with or without Board. Only the very Best Wines, Spirits, and Provisions are kept.

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

IMPffRTANT PUBLIC HOTICE, A , ' '? ? ' ;O: ? ? . s\':-j L EEWAED of FTVJE POUNDS will be paid for information trhich wlU leaa to the APPBEHENSIOtf |f| md CONVICTION of the INDIVIDUAL or INDIVIDUALS who first circulated tho DAHAUING, gig HALIC1OUS, and LYING ESPOilT that we aro NOT SELLING JM GENUINE T. C. 'WlLLlAPflS' LQM CUT VICTORY AT 2oz FOB 9d. . 1 - WHAT OUE PATEONS GET:— 9 STERLING VALTJE AND HONEST DEALING. I 'We don't give yon Bangle for 'Williams', nor Gorman Cif?ora for Hayana. Every article you Ira y H you can rely upon bomp what it is represented to be, and at a lower price tlian you can get it elsewhere. ^B Cigarette Smokers, for instance, will be supplied with the best Cigarette Tobacco at 4d per ounce Km exaotly the same an they pay 6d for elaewhere. Pipo Smokers can ?ob DKSON'S CHAMPION LONG'l H CWT at 4d per onnce, and T. C. WILLIAMS' 2oz for 9d. CIGAJJS are our forte. We soil thousand*. H upon thousands, Cace upon Case in the course of the week. ?? No. 1 MANILLAS, ...

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

,.&BAHAM'S-fi$a SfHTS, ? *.??.???? 510 J&EUS&E-STEEETr -OPPOSITE HEW MAMim Great clcaranco Dale of all Sporting GoodPoom. m.cnc:3 Saturday ITezt^obrnary 9. Coll early and Es3o?o teirgains at t&QK QIH£iyNB's Havnaskofik'

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAW NOTICES. IN BANKRUPTCY (Before the Registrar). MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

LAW EOTICESr ' ? . IN ?BANkR-OPTCY. .... ,. (Before the Begiatrar). , / Monday, Febbuaby 4. Richard Thomas Ball and Stanley Hosie, certificate applications; Charles Henderson examination under Bection 30 ; Australian Brewery Company v Eobert William Graham ; Friend and Company v Connolly, hearing of creditor's petition. t

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHIEF ELECTORAL OFFICE. Alleg[?] Peculiar Retrenchment. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

CHIEF 'ELECTOBAL OFFICE, Alleged Peculiar Eetrenchment. ' Alpha ' writes : As your paper seems to bet the only one that exposes the '* flaws ' in the Civil Servico, permit me to draw your atten tion to the so-called system of retrenchment, as it is oarried out in the Chief Electoral Office. Ou or about November 15 every temporary clerk on tho electoral staff received notice, (enclosed) that some -would not be required inter iNovemoer au, ana ttfO; rest to go on December 31. On leaving the office I waa distinctly given- to understand, 'that as th« work was almost completed up more clerks ?would bo reinstated,' but on January 7 ninq of the olorks woro taken back, and I then learned that two out of the nine had been kept ? on right through. As the submission for their appointment was not approved of till the samo date aa tho other seven, ifc would be interesting .to know by what authority they will got paid for their week's work, or if they * Lave given it gratuitously for the benefit ...

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

__ ?'': SE?oc3aI Adlvegg;IseEiaeii&g« ~A TJSTKALIAN .MUTUAL FIRE ,0. INSUEAKCE SOCIKTY. Established 1872. ? -Tbe Oldest Elntoal Vise Office in Australia, CAPITA! £100,000. ?with power to increase to £1,000,000. ' ' SESEB7JS AND INVESTMENT FOTDS, £111.693. Uncalled Capital, £87,500. PURELY A COLONIAL OFFICE, deriving its income from K ew South Walo3 only, no . risks being taken outside tho colony. A BONUS OF 20 EEE CENT. - Has been paid annually since 1373, divided between Polioy'-Jicldera and Shareholders. The amount thuB distributed totals £110,928. CLAIMS PBOMFTLY AND LIBKBALLY SETTLED. Fifteen days* grace allowed for Benewni of PoHoiea— a proteotion afforded bj no other Firo Insurance Company. Hob. GEOBGE THOBNTON, M.L.C., Chairman. 'WALTEB CHUBCH, 1 lianagfer. Head Office : Corner PITT and KING- STBEETS /-—i. ? rpEE CHEQUE BANK, LIMITED. JL Established 1873. CAPITAL ? £500,000 ;head office : London. Chairman of Trustees of Guarantee Fund : v ^ChoMofltHon. the.MAEQTJESS o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TODAY'S MEMORANDA. THE WEATHER. SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

TO-DAY'S MEMORANDA. ? w ? , THE WEATHER. ' SYNOPSIS OP WEA.THEB TELEGBAMS. S. Australia. — Fine throughout, with light E. to N.' winds. Victoria and Straits. — Fine, but on parts of the coast scattered olouds. Tasmania. — Fino, with ' scattered clouds. New South Wales. — Fino we«t of mountains, still unsettled or showery on E. slopes. Central and W. Australia.— Fine, with a few clouds. New Zealand. — Fine, but oloudy in astreme north... FORECAST. Observatory, 9 p.m. N.S.W.— Gales from S. to E., with ahowcrs during Sunday on the coast south of New castle, weather clearing probably on Monday. BAINFALL. Eain haB fallen in the previous 24 hours : — N.S.W. — Moderate to heavy on E. Blopes.

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

PERSONAL. Victorian Worrall is not happy when ia Sydney. 'Mr. E9id I regard simply as a babbling lunatic.' — Sir Henry Parkes. Hon. J. H. Carruthers ia generally re garded a3 tho moat earnest of N.S.W. Ministers. Mr. Sydney BurdeHn intends to contest a seat on the Metropolitan Board of Water and Sewerage. Arrangements have beGn made for Sir George Dibbs to speak at Tamworth within a week or so. ~ Mr. Hughey Taylor believes Parramatta is finding out that a mistake was made ia rejecting him at the polls. Hon. Sydney Smith and tho two Wyalongs — ' how happy I could be at either were 'tother,' &c. Mr. M'Courb hopes to be re-elected Chairman of Committees, but some of hia friends are not sanguine about his chance. His i-e-olection to tha House, however- ia practically certain. Cardinal Moran delivered a first-rate address on the influences of literature at the opening of the ' Waverley Novels' Bazaar at Paddington yesterday. Sergeant Chambers, who conducts tha business at the Cen...

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 — 3 February 1895

CUSTOMS JBETURNS. . 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 28 ... ... £S 219 Tuesday „ 29 ,.,. ,., 7\m Wednesday, „ SO Ui u, Q 745 Thursday „ 31 M . ,,„? ? 3^97 Friday, February 1 ... - , 11 35l- Saturday „ 2 ' ^ .^^ 4^10 Total... ... . ... ... .£41,757,

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOT ON TOAST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

NOT ON T0ASTo In the vicinity of Beleronona, near Cue, Western Australia, four natives have been arrested and charged with having eaten a native boy. Ere you start to roll your blanket, or adjust your little swag, Pay attention to this matter; give yom memory a jag. Take a moment and consider in your inward, mental eyo How you'd look upon a desorfc in & broken atato of pie. Is tho [metal worth the labor when a fellow finds himself, i In a sudden aort of manner, put away upon the shelf, With some spoara among his innards and a nullah in his head, On the scorching plain a-baking in a chroma sort of dead ? Oh! 'tis pleasant to be useful and to make your brother glad, And to feed him when he's hungry, or to oheei him up when sad ; But our spry and dusky brother in the sun inflicted West, Is a bit too good at taking weary travelers to his breast. From his bosom to his stomach is a passage - short and quick, And lie takes his entree kindly, and ifc doesn't make him sick. So I thin...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROBBED IN THE STREET. An Old Gentleman's Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

ROBBED IN THE STREET. An Old Gentleman's Watch. At the Central Police Court yesterday, Charles Fraser, 28, described as a laborer, and not of prepossessing appearance, was charged with stealing a gold watch, ohain, and pendant, valued at .£30, the proporty of Jacob Orth. Prosoautor, a retired pnblican, living at the Barloy Mow Hotel, was proceeding homo along Castlereagh-street just oil 11 o'elook oa J?riday night when accused, coming in an opposite direotion, rushed at him, and snatched away the watch, breaking tho chain in the effort. Ho (Orth) followed the man, crying 'thief,' and ' police,' and Constable Lipscombo being in tho vicinity, Frasor ran into his arms. He had tho watch in his hand when arrested. Fraser, who had nothing to say, and asked no questions, was committed for trial at tho next Criminal Court , on February 11.

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

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Mb. N. W. Montague, who is a candidate for the extraordinary vacancy in the repre sentation of _F*irlight Ward, of Manly, has ?issued an r-ddress to the ratepayers, which will be found in our columns elsewhere. Mr. Montagu'e states that ho is strongly in favor of vesting the main wharf in the Council. For tho ordinary annual vacancy in the Manly Council, Mr. E. Towns announces himoolf as a oandidate for Fairlight Ward. Mr. Joneph W. Cookbaine, who is contesting the election of alderman for tho Lowisham Ward of the Borough of Petersham, hold suc cessful 'meetings at Manley's Hotel, Summer Hill, on Wednesday ovouing, and at tho Mas'onio Hotel, Now. Canterbnry-road, on Friday. Ip each' case he secured unanimous votes of confidence. He is announced to speak froin the balcony of Cook's Hotel, Old Can terbury-rend, to-morrow evoning. Mr. William Yates, one of the candidates for tho WoBt Ward of tho Borough of Alexandria, addressed a large meeting oL the ratepayers fro...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CHAMPION OF THE INDIANS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE " SUNDAY TIMES.") [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

A CHAMPION OF THE INDIANS. (TO THE EDITOR O3T THE ' SUNDAY TIMES.') Sir, — Emboldened by experience of your sense of justioo and fair play, I venture to &qk space in your columns to refer to the severe strictures appearing under tho above heading in your last issue. The sting of the wasp is in its tail, and your contributor cannot by any means be considered waspish, for the tail or latter part of his olevorly-written article contains an antidote to the bitter severity of the former paragraphs. Ho there admits that he obtained his information re garding the Indian residents from a Syrian, and consequently his- oritioism of the racial differences of tho two dark peoples moat be taken cum grano aalis. In order to refute bis statements, I deem it necessary to deal with the sentences seriatim, or as nearly in the order, of attack as possible The picture which furnishes the early para graphs, ' A Faotory Harem,' is suggostive of a foreign eleinont of immorality shooking to every A...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAITING FOE AN EDITOR With a Horsewhip, A Scene at Parramatta. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

WAITING FOE AN EDITOB With a Horsewhip, 'A Scene at Parramatta. The Cumbeelakd Argus states that in consequence of certain statements appear ing in its local contemporary, 'A little ,mild excitement was created in town on Monday morning, when it became known that Mr. Burdekin had, in company with two gentlemen — Mr. Broomfield, a bar rister, and another friend — arrived by the 10.10 train, and had proceeded directly to. the office of the Cumberland Times. There, it appears, they were met by Mr. S. J. Ferguson, who informed them that the editor, Mr. John Ferguson, v^as in Sydney, and that tho hour of his return was uncertain. Some conversation ensued as to the ' other editor,' but this mys terious personage was aiso non est. Mr. Burdekin;disclosed his. identity, and stated his business to bo in connection with the article referred to, which he declared to bo A BASE AND MALICIOUS FABRICATION, for which Mr. Ferguson would have to answer him. He should be at the Wool pack for, some hour...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS BY CABLE. THE WAR IN THE EAST. Peace Negotiations Commenced CAPTURE OF WEI HAI WEI. Great Slaughter of the Chinese. ("SUNDAY TIMES" SPECIAL MESSAGE..) LONDON, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

NEWS BY CABLE. THE WAE IN THE EAST, Peace Negotiations Commenced CAfTUEE OF WEI HAI WEI. Great Slaughter of the Chinese. - ^'Stjhdat Totes' Speotai. Message,.) London, February 1. Tho Chinese envoys despatched to ane for peace have been received by the Mikado, but only the preliminaries so far have been settled. At the taking of Wei Hai Wei the Japs turned the Chinese- guns on the fleeing enemy with deadly effect. ? It is estimated that 2000 Chinese were killed at the battle.

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

;?? 4TEMS OF INTEREST, .?-. v. .„-??*?- ? «t ? ?/ '?,^The Suez Canal is lighted by electricity. ? .The Bank of England was started in 1694. ;-,' ? ; Milk' is the most valuable of all liquid diet. jL'TTae Amy kos for irritation of the skin.* v p The average height of an Englishman is 5ft i 8*tn. r- A quart of cream ahonld yield about 15oz of ?I ??.;. Gutter. I The EusBians invented wood-paring for . [streets. ' [' Amonsr women the Jewish are the most long J- lived. ./'?'??- - f About 60 centenarians die in England every :'.;:-; year. S Look at our prices : Grilled rumpsteak or ''?-. chops, mashed potatoes, bread, butter, and tea, 6d. John Bull Catering Co., 72 King-st.# ;; '? i- The Czar has an income of 2\ millions per - __ There is one policeman to every 700 people ? jin London. ':- . ! Dent and Co., the glove-makers, employ ;; '15,000 hands. r: -, Colemane and Sons' Eucalypte Extraot is jthe best. Gold medal, Chioago, 1893.* ??'?? [? An inch of rainfall represents 100 tonB of '?:'...

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