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Social ITEMS. ENGAGEMENTS. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

If ENGAGEMENTS. Jantuht. 7— 'Walton's 'Weekly Assembly, Surreyville. 8— Fringle and Miller's Weekly Assemblies, Leigh House. St. Anne's Orphanage, Liverpool, was the scene of a very pleasing gathering on New Year's Day. Mrs. S. J. Salter and Mrs. F. Nolan, together with other ladies, entertained the children with lollies, cakes, &c, after which a distribution of toys took immensely, and the visitors were amply rewarded by seeing their beaming faces. Donations to the above institution will be kindly received by Mr. S. J. Salter, 433 Riley-street, Surry Hills. '? Bainbriggo,' Croydon, was a scene of great festivity on Monday evening, when the friends of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Groth and family gave a surprise party to them. The strains of 'Auld Lang Syne' were heard on the lawn at 9 o'clock, when the house was taken possession of. The com pany adjourned to the ball-room, where dancing and singing were indulged in till the early hours of morn. Messrs. Edward Goodall and Llewellyn ac...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

ITEMS OF INTEREST. Women have usually better eyesight than men. I ^, Use Araykos for irritation of th§ skin.* 1 Newspapers are printed in fifty-nine languages. Our motto is quality not quantity ; moderate charges, not extortion. J.B.C.C., King-st.* ' Are Women More Conceited Than Men?' See nasre 2. ' They say howbeautifully clean and appetising ov'y'e looks at Silvester Bros. City Ham Shops* A rapid-firing gun recently tested fired 900 fihots a minute. : J.B.C.C. See ! See ! Of course you do ; means? John Bull Catering Company, 72 King-street.* ? Colemane and Sons' Euoalypta Extract of ;the best. Gold medal, Chioago, 1893.* There are about 20,000 deaf mutes in the United Kingdom. A child of three yearB old is half the height it will ever reach. : One-seventh of the landowners in Great Britain are women. ? When working bock at night be Bure and go to the John Bnll Catering Co for tea.* At the present day about 96 per cent, of all Vessels built are steel. Few Russian trains travel at ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 11 HOBDERFS IN PITT-STEEET 11 xx xx || GREAT NEW YEAR'S SALE. g ^ A penny saved is a penny gained, an old saying truly, but the new -^^ ££ saying is at HORDERN'S GREAT NEW YEAR'S SALE you can save $X =;=: many shillings, and a true saying, too. '?? ^p-^- r:^: t ,We intend to make our great New Year's Sale ono of tho GreatJEvonta of 1895. -^ :£;£ Seeing is believing, no uso bothering you with prices. Come in and be pleased. XX XA Do you want a Paper of Pins ?— Come to our Great Now Year's Sale. XX XX Do you want a Pair of-Stockinj?B ?— Come to our Great New Year's Sale. XX XX Do you want a Pair of Gloves ?— Come to our Groat New Year's Sale. XX XX Do you want Wools?— Come to our Great New Year's Sale. vv XX ^ HORDERN'S IN PITT-STREET, vv xx Do you want Laces ?— Come to our Groat New Year's Sale. ^v „„ Do you want Caliooes, Sheetings, JFlamiollettes, Flannels, Shirtings, Laoe Curtains, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

GREY llklll A BAR. Rough on Old and Faithful Servants. Thus reports an English Trade Union secretary : — We live in a time of trade competition so severe 'ihat many of the best features in the old relationship of master and servant have been crushed out of sight, and old age and long service now count for nothing in the race for profit. In nine cases out of ten the approach of old age is the signal for dismissal, and grey hairs or spectacles are often fatal objections. Thus the- number of our superannuated is increased, and the num ber of paying members reduced.. FOE LASSITUDE, TORPIDITY, SOUR STOMACH, INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, BACKACHE, &c, Take a couple of Fletcher's Pills every second night ; they are a prompt and sure cure, and give certain relief. FLETCHER'S PILLS are a quick, sure, and reliable remedy for all complaints arising from torpid liver, indigestion, weak stomach, and impurities of the blood. They are prepared on rational and sensible lines, and do not contain a ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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A PECULIAR ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

A PECULIAR ACCIDENT. A woman named Maria Lawrence met with p.n accident in a peculiar way yesterday. She 'was running to catch a tram ab the corner of Norton-street and Parramatta road, Leichhardt, when she fell and cut her leg in three places ou a medicine bottle which she was carrying, and which broke when she fell. She was taken to Prince Alfred Hospital and admitted by Dr. Tallack. ?

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MAN OF MANY OFFICES. THE NEW SOLICITOR-GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

THE MAN OF MANY OFFICES. THE NEW SOLICITOR-GENERAL. At a meeting of tho Executive yoatnrday tho appointment of Mr. Roid aa Solicitor General during the absenoe of Mr. Want was formally confirmed. — NewB item. AIR — 'I'm the Cook and the Captain TOO .' I am Jog Cook, and tho Government look To me aa tne head of affairs ; I'm the P.M.G., for old Joe, you seo, Is new to portfolio cares. Jaok Want goes away. ' No matter,' I say, ' I'll act aa bis proxy until Jack wants to return, or from him we learn, The dear fellow no longer is ill.' I'm Treasurer Reid, and tho country hath need Of a Treasurer careful as I ; I'm Premier as well, and the truth I must tell, I'd liko to. stay so till I die. Chorus. Oh ! I'm tho cook and the captain, too; The boss of tbo Gorc-tninent boat ; Tho robust Premier, the brjjb and the seer, The prophet and parson and ' pote.' X rnn the whole show and 'tis merry yo, ho ! I laujrh and I shout and I sing-, ' All billets iu ono ' ia my cry, ' No Chows need apply,' A...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUICIDE BY POISON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

SUICIDE BY POISON. An inquest waa held yesterday before Mr. Pinhey, Deputy-Coroner, concerning the decease of Wm. Swan, who died the previous day, shortly after admission to Sydnoy Hospital. Evidence was given by Swan's wife (living at.40 Langley-lane) that ho took a glass from the kitchen and locked himself iu hia bedroom. She tried to break into tho room but could not, and the constable was sent for, who conveyed Swan to the hospital. A glass which had contained spirits of salts was found on the floor. Swan had been in monetary difficulties, and had often said he was tired of his life. After hearing the medical evidence, a verdict was returned that Swan had caused his own death by poison.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE THIRD TEST MATCH. Bruce Will Piny If Selected. MELBOURNE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

THE THIRD TEST MATCH. Bruce Will Piny If Selected. (bt -wins. — rEpir otje own corsespondent). Melbotjene. Saturday Ni?ht. W. Bruce has, after considerable pressing, at last consented to play for Australia in tho test match against England, commencing at Ade laide next Priday, provided, of course, that be is seleoted.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

VICTORIA PARK. Me. James Hawkins, of Darlington, writes to endorse the complaints made by W. T. Moore Kussell in last Sunday's issue anent the urgent want of public con veniences in Victoria Park, and the serious nuisance caused by cattle wandering at large about the ground and over the foot pathfj. The attention of the trustees of the Park should cortainlj be given to the matters complained of.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ENGLISHMEN AT BALLARAT. The Visitors at the Wickets. (By WIRE-FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). MELBOURNE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

THE EXGIilSiniEtf AT BALLARAT. The Tisitors at the Wickets. (by winn— fkoh ouk own correspondent). Melbourne, Saturday Night. The English team played 18 of Ballarafc to day. The wicket was not good. The captain of the local team won tho toss and sent the Englishmen in first. Scores : — ENGLAND. 'W'. Brockwell, c Graham, b Bailey ,.; 19 A. Ward, Ibw, b M'Laren ? ... 0 A. C. ilaclaren, c Herring:, b Pearce ... 84 A. E. Stoddart, cj. Bailey, b Pearce ... 12 'W. IS. Lock wood, bPearoe ... ... 0 J. T. Brown, not out ? ... £9 - J. Brigfjs, run out .... ... ? 0 H. Pbilipson, c and b Greares ... ,.-,' 41 F. Or. J. Ford, b Pearce' ... ... ... I1 Sundries ... ? , „, - ,., 6 Eight wickets for ... ,„ ,„ 142

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AN ASSOCIATION ELEVEN v. THE HASTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

AN ASSOCIATION ELEVEN v. THE HASI'TOttS. Tbis match, commenced on Friday, was ended yesterday at the Sydney Cricket Ground, the city eleven winning by an innings and 198 runs. Wuokanzie, the last batsman ou the city side, and M'Elhone added about 70 for the last wicket, the former carryiug his bat out for 41, aud M'Blhoue making 33. The Kivers' team shaped on the good wicket worse than they did in the' first inumgs and were dismissed by Gould and Trickett for 46 runs, the captain, Wright, making.22. Scores :— . HASTINGS AND MANNING. First innings ? -i- ? 33 Second Innings. Patfield, Ibw, b Gould .„ ? o Speoce, c Buckle, b'Trickott '' *' q H'Dougall.b Gould ? ? % Gilbert, c M'Elhone, b Gould ? a ?Wright, ll-w,b Gould ... '\ '' o, Euthven, run out ? '' n H.Warlters.b Trickett ... '.',', '' n Cor, b Trickett ? '' 9 T. Warl ters, not out ? '' \ ?\Vhaites.b Trickett ... ... ,'' \ Gleeson, o Sweetnam; b Goiili'.'.. -— ?' 0 Sundries ........ „.„ ,.-i#, , .-,„ ^ Total ? ,.;. ... 4I MBTKOPOL...

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REDFERN ELECTORATE v. THE PADDINGTONIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

EEDEEEN ELECTOEATE v. THE PADDINGTONIANS. Quite a large crowd watched this match on the Eedfern OtoI yesterday. The wicket was nt its besit and the grass neatly cut, so that batsmen had no cause for anxiety. The matoh ended in an even draw. Scores:— EEDFEEN. A. Gregory h E. Hogan ... ,., „, 9 A. HaniKan, b Davis ? 85 ' A. Poole, b D. Hogan ? . . n T. Yates, b Daxis ? 6 Beves, st Bounsuvell, b Davis ... '.., S F. Prescott, b E. Hogan, .... ... ... so W. Allen, b Macnoroora ... ... ... 9' II. Bird, b liounsovoll ? ? , ... 33 G. M'Gregpr, not out ... ... ;,. n G. Bichardson, b Eounsovell ? U W.Hawke.b Howard -...-. ,,;,- ... 0 Sundries... '..i^^'r.T' :??'..,' ,'..15 .Total ... ... ... ... ... i72 Bowling Analysis: Ei Hogan took two for 44, P. Hncnamara one for 58, J. C. DayiB throe for 17, D. H ogan one for 25, F. Eounteyell two for 10, and F. Howard one for '1. THE PADDINGTONIANS. W. S. Gray, not out ? 34. F. Eounsevell, b Poolo ? ? 0 E. Hogan, run out ? . ',7, 25 F. Howard, c and b M...

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MELBOURNE CRICKET. MELBOURNE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

MELBOURNE CBICKET. (BY WIBE-!-FR0M OUR OWN COnRESPONDENT.) Melbotiuek, Saturday Night. The Senior Pennant cricket mutches were re sumed to-day; Most interest was centred in tho Melbonrne and East Melbourne contest., theso being two undefeated clubs. Melbourne won the toss, and sent East in first, and pot tbam out for 91, of which Albert Trottmade 41 and Laver 19. AToninnrno nft-nr Inline five wickets for 52, aficlared tho innings closed, and Enst lost its first two wickets for 8 runs. A. Trott got four wickets of Melbourne for 17. The wicket was very bad. St.. Eilfia made 214 for seven wickets apainst Port Mel bourne, anil then declared the innings closed. The highest scorers wero Wilson 101 r.nd Tandy 70. The Cirlton Club made 88 against Eiolimond. South Melbourne mede U5 against North. Melbourne, H. Trott SO being the higest scorer. Fitzroy only wade 33 against the University, aud the latter were got out for 2G. J- Worrall made a duck for Fitz roy, but secured four of University w...

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TO-DAY'S MEMORANDA. THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

TO-DAY'S MEMOEMDA. THE WEATHER. SYNOPSIS O? WEATHEE TELEGEAMS. Victoria and Straits. — Fine, but cloudy gene rally. Tasmania. — Fine and clear to fino, but cloudy generally. New South Wales. — Pine, clear, and pleasant generally ; scattered clouds along- the coast. Queensland. — Generally fine, but olondy. New Zealand. — Fine and clear generally. New Caledonia. — Fine, but cloudy at Noumea. FOEECAST. Obskevatory, 9 p.m. New South Walea. — Light S.W.to S. -winds ; ?weather fine and cool, and pleasant on Sunday and Monday. EAINFALL. Rain has fallen in the provious 24 hours : — New South Wales. — Light to heavy through out, eioept in far west. Victoria. — Lisrht to heavy throughout. Tasmania. — Moderate over creator part. Queensland. — Light to moderate, and scat tered over the oolony, with thunderstorms. Note.— The rain storm has passed OTer with unusual rapidity, depositing heavy rains on v/estorn slopes, but very little on the coast.

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SHIPPING. THE TIDES. HIGH WATER-SYDNEY COVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

SHIPPING THE TIDES. TTTOH WATEB— SYDNEY COVE. Morning. Afternoon. Date h. m. h. m. Sunday, 3an. 6 ? 2 21 ... 2 55 Monday, „ 7 ? 3 29 ... 4 9 Tuesday, „ 8 ? 4 48 ... 5 27 Wednesday „ 9 ... ... 6 6 ... 6 39 Thursday, „ 10 ? 7 12 ... 7 41 I'kiday, „ II ... ... 8 10 ... 8 36 Saturday, „ 12 ? 92 ... 9 26 ARRIVALS— January 5. Vi'.le de la Ciotat, French mail str, 6428 tens, Capt. FlAechi, from Marseilles, via ports. Catterthun, str, 2178 tons, Capt. Noil Shannon, from Hongkong Tin ports. Rotomabana, str, 1757 tons, Capt. JSIorrisby, from Hobart. KNamoi, str, 1414 tons. Captain E. J. Skinner, from Newcastle. , . { Eurimbla, Btr, 1055 tons, Captain W. Sinclair, -'f ocx Brisbane. ., j Conoowarra, str, 1273 tons. Captain W. Ellis, ;ii in Melbourne. ,, ; X A lgtista, str, 204 tons, Captain L. Tulloch, from ?. VI weed River and Byron Bay. ?: C ' Teg Merriles, bgtn, 134 tons, Captain J. Stras it!i;rg, from Tonga. ? DEPASTURES— Januabt 5. ! Peregrine, str, for Melbourne. ' Tarawera, str. for Well...

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THE MAILS. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

THE MAIIiS. MONDAY. T.OKD Hows akd Norfolk Islands, 11 a.m. Meuisibtjla akd Eih:-', 11 a.m. India akd Coktinsmt of ISuhope, overland to Adelaide, acd thence per Orient, 2.30 p.m. United Kingdom, overland to Adelaide, and thence per OrieDt, 3 p.m. E.M.S. Orient (letters addressed to persons on hoard), overland to Adelaide, 3 p.m. United Kingdom, Ijsdia akd Contijtent of Euhope, via Adelaide (per (i.SI.S. Haosburg), 8 p.m. \ Poet Macquakis akd Bellinoeb Bivbs, 3 p.nv. Noumea, 6 p.m. '*'

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CUSTOMS RETURNS. CUSTOM HOUSE, Saturday, Noon. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

?CUSTOMS MTURNSi ' ' Custom House, Saturday, Noon. The following is a return of the dutios . col lected at H.M. Customs, Sydney, for the week ended at noou yesterday : — Monday, December 31 ? .£3,949 Tuesday January 1 ? , — ' Wednesday „ 2 ? 11,173 Thursday „ 3 ... . ... 9,191 Friday „ 4 ... ... 6,646 Saturday „ 5 ... ... 3,663 Total .... ... ... 434,625 Eeceipta for week ended 29/12/94... 19,189 Inoreaae ... ? .£15,436

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ANNIVERSARY HOLIDAYS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "SUNDAY TIMES.") [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

ANNIVERSARY HOLIDAYS. (TO THE EDITOR OP THK ' SUNDAY TIKES.') Sir, — By giving publicity to the within mentioned matter you will render a great service to a large number of individuals of both sexes in Sydney. That is, in refe rence to the holiday on January 26, which falls on a Saturday. Now, a large number of business people will open their premises on the Saturday because it is their best business day. and as you will see, their employees will be debarred from a holiday. 'What I suggest is that Anniversary Day be kept on the Monday following (the 28th), which, I think, would suit everybody. However, I trust you will use your influence in the best interests of shop employees, as they will be the sufferers more than any others. Another matter I am pleased to see you agitating for is a Sunday train to the mountains, and I and many others heartily agree with you, and trust you will not let the matter drop till you succeed in getting a train to run there. Trusting you wili give the ho...

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A SCENE AT COOGEE. The Husband, The Wife, and " The Other Lady." Argument and Protest by Buggy Whip. A Sympathetic Crowd- "Did She Fall or Was She Pushed ?" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

A SCENE AT COOGEE. The HnsTband, The Wife, and 'The Other Lady.'? Argument and Protest by Bnggy Whip. A Sympathetic Crowd— 6: Hid She Fall or Was She Pushed?' There was Gne gentleman, who went to Bpend a pleasant time at Coogee on New Tear's Day who did not enjoy himself so well as expected. He had a lady with him, and was sauntering along the promenade ?with her when a carriage dashed up, and out of it stepped A WOMAN WITH A BUGGY WHIP and a face white and haggard with passion. There were no preliminaries. The lady with the whip demanded of the lady with the gentleman : ' What do you mean by it — walking out with my husband ? ' There was no reply— or if there was, no one present appears to have taken a note of it. Anyway, the lady with the buggy whip did not wait for one. She set upon the gentleman she declared to be her husband, and proceeded to whip, him with great vigor, accompanied by hysteria prompted remarks, which WOEKED UP GBEAT EXCITEMENT in the -large crowd that had quick...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 6 January 1895

Guffy : ' I thought you said you could tell the past, the present, and futnre?' Fortune-teller : ' So I can.' Q-uffy : ' Tou must have known, then, that I wouldn't pay you anything for your humbug. Good bye.' Subscription to the Sdndat Times. (8g per annum) niay commence at any time. Many | now features will be introduced daring the | present year. .

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