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

Olives ! jQhyesl ? :;? ? ; _. This is f oghfc notice ff.IL iQ^1~u\ I V Mf^Sfif ^EWi Surpasses ; ^ ? W^^PT^T Al1 °thcrs Strength^ Goo save the Queen. :;:

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

A ST ELAN MERCHANT OBJECTS. (TO THE EDITOB OP THE ' SUNDAY TIMES.') Sir,— Your issue of Sunday last contained an article respecting the Syrians resident in Sydney. The said artiole oonvoyed the im pression that ouoh poople are an undesirable race to settle in Australia. As a Syrian mer chant, I truot, in common fairness, you will permit me to make a brief reply in defenoo of my countrymen. As a race the Syrians are clean, honest, and law-abiding. We are no botter than othor nationB, and certainly no worse. If the 'daily ablution in the bath, tho frequent change o'f apparel, is a sign of cleanliness, truly the Syriana are clean. In our dealing with businoso houses, and also with residents of private houses, we have not as yet been ohargod, eithor directly or in directly, with dishonesty. A visit to the nearest polico court, and a few questions to tho officers in charge, will prove that a Syrian is rarely charged with an offence. Wo are not Mohaminodaus, but Christians. A Syrian Moham...

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

sxxxx TYirsnrTYTTy t nun rxTmcxrgX YTYTYYTTTTTTTTVYTTTTTTTrrrTYn XX X3 H fTlHE ITNPEECEDENTED |i yf J_ SUCCESS OF , -XX g THE N^W TEAR'S SALE § YY Means XS. tv CONTINUATION FOR XX XX STILL ANOTHER 'V7EEK. XX XX Present indications and past success XX yy guide us in many things. XX XX HOBDEEN BEOTHEES, Pitt-street, XX ?XX. Qj-e quite satisfied that their decision to *£^ XX fceep the SALE on still ANOTHER £X XX 'WEEK will meet with, the approval of 2U» XX their customers and Friends, more XX XX. especially Country Eesidents, Govern- XX XX ment Employe's, and those who draw XX XX their interest, aalary, &c., monthly. XX XX The 'aext week will be Xi XX THE 'WEEK. . '''''' XX XX As past efforts and Bargains will be as XX XX naught to the value wo intend giving XX XX this following week, including XX XX PLENTY OF NEW GOODS. XX § HOEDEENS' (in Pittstreet) SALE XX XX stiU Leads, and will always Lead. XX XX * ? XX XX Coma in hundreds. You are always XX XT certain of Good Things at XX...

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

iBEAR..p-MIM) ?!! !. MICK SIMONS' GBEAT CLEARANCE' .. SALE Off iFAJSTCY GOODS, TOILET SOAPS, AMERICAN ROLLED GOLD JEWELLERY, SPORTING MATERIAL, &c, &c, &c, COMMENCES ON SATURDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 9. RESERVE YOUR PURCHASES AND ATTEND ? rillS GGREATSALE, WHEEE TOXT ABE 3EETAIN TO OBTAIN- UNHEARD-OF BARGAINS. AT MICK SIMMONS', ? HAYH1ARSCET. BANK OF VAN DIEMEFS LAND, LIMITED ' - (In Liquidation.) ? LOTTERY Will Positively Close ??? February 2a' ~ ? '' ' 300,000 -SBLAIRES A.T 'isfcSl BACH. APPLY EARLY. GE0. ADAMS, Collins-street, HOBAET, Tasmania, . ? ? or, Telegraph Chambers,. BRISBANE^ ^neensland*

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

LADIES! QUii Aiiite S1LE IS NOW 01 ONE 'TISIT WILL MORE TEAK KSPA1 I0U. ;-:V :oe:p.a^t:m:e:n't. . .. ..?.;;'_:? 5/ j FOE INSTANCE, LADIES' WHITE UNDERSKIRTS, Deep Lac© Frilly from Is 9d to 4s lid. A Grand Shovr of UNDERCLOTHING Equally Cheap. CORSETS — 'THE CLAEENCE,' reduced to 2s 6&d; usual price, 8b lid. 'LA BELLE,' in Black and Colors, reduced to 2a ll^dj uaual price, 4s lid. 'THE NELLIE STEWAET,' with Shoulder-straps, reduced to 2b ll£d ; usual price, 6a lid. BLOUSES. -BLOUSES. . BLOUSES. Pink and Blue Zephyr, with deep frills, only Is 9Jd. Whits, Pink, and. Blue Zophyrs, deop fino laoe oollar; only 2s lid. Heliotrope, White, Pink, and Bine Zephyr, trimmed fine laoe and insertion, onlj.Stllld. In Shot Silk, trimmed lace insertion, only 4s lid ; trimmed jet, 5s lid. ?- - --,^ LADIES' CAMBEIC COSTUMES, trimmed, from 4a lid. ?' '' BEEGE DRESS. SKIRTS, all colors, trimmed, from 4a lid. - CHILD'S COSTUMES, smocked, only Is lljd. - ^ f CHILD'S PINAEOEES, blouse shape, trimmed...

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

Ci BEAUTY PSESSRVED.' THE FACE PREVENTED FROM AGEING. WRINKLES SMOOTHED AWAY. MD3IE. COLOMBO LEFEBUltE'S ' Celebrated BO^TE Prepirations. THK DOTE PACE TOXIC removes Wrinklea, Freckles, Redness, or Roughn|S3, cnusaO by ex posure to sun or cold winds, rendering the skin smooth arid soft. Price, 5s 6d and 7a 6d. THE-DOVK SA.MTARI POWDRK greatly used in England, Franco, aad Germany. Price, 8s 6d a tor. THE D»VR LIQUm ItODGB imparts a healthy natural bloom ; perfect]/ harmless. Price, 2s 6d a liottle. ' M1KABOS,' a preparation for remoTinp superfluous Hair on Pace or Body instantaneously without injury to tho skin. Price, 10s Ud a box. Any of the above sent by post with directions for use on receipt of stamps. HD3IE. COLOJIBK LEPEBUUE, 1S3 KING-STEEET, SYDNEY. S& LADIES fcjSilpS. . Plaits and Tails, all Eeal ^S§§iS^Piy Hair (20 inches lonp), 5s ^^^Bnjifefe*. '^* Fringes zmi.de pf j^w^sf^§w\ Natural Cuvlr Haii-, froin /Osfei^fiSlila^ 3s M. Combings or Cuttings m'ii^j^-^f ' worked...

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

Jo T. COiETlXiL, ' METROPOLITAN ' HORSE AND CARRIAGE BAZAAR. HEAD DEPOT: 472^2 HAEEIS-STEEET, ULTIMO. TELEPHONE No. 1160. CiAEGEST AND BEST ASSOETMENT OF VEHICLEB FOE HIKE IN THE CITY. CANDAU8, BBOUGHAMS, FOUE-IN-HAND DEAGS, WAGGONETTES, &o., &o. 'VTEDDING CARBIAGES A SPECIALITT. . CITY BEANCH : 37 CASTLEEEAGH-STEEET, SYDNEY. TELEPHONE 1723' 10 TRUSTEES AND OTHERS. VALUABLE CITY FBEEHOLD. tflNE HOUSES OFF LITTLE MACQUABIE STEKET. Will pay OTer 9 per cent. net. LOWEST CASH PEIUE, 52100. Apply to MANAGES, Schbat Tiues Office. ? ? - I - ROBERTSON'S . W ill I y) |& u a (D1STILLEBS TO THE QUEEN) DRY GHCNV BEUKEl'S SCHNAPPS (COCK BBAHD) GL H. MTJMM EXTEA DEY CHAMPAGNE. SANDEMAN'S PORTS AND SHERRIES. WU EECOMMEND TO CONNOISSEUBS T?^ ABOVE BBANDS AS BEING THE MOST SUPEEIOE. SANDEMAN, Wine and Spirit Merchants, 74. PITT-STEEET, SYDNEY. '6 'DOBEKTS1 Beach Gold Saver,' 'Eobertsf XV Alluvial 'Washer,' Perfect Succssb. Pa* ieulara, W. F. EOBEBTS, Assayer, 1S5 King-st. ? i...

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

- pilfering in a government office; ;-' Lictob ' writea to call- attention to the amount of thieving which, he alleges goes on in a largo State department by some of tho employe's at tho expense of their fellow, em ploye's. Ho states that tho sufferers are generally poor lads who are frequently deprived of their overcoats, hmch-bago, hata^ &o., and that they sometimes have their pookets picked. Onr correspondent thinks it is lime, that some stops were taken to discover and punish the perpetrators of. these mean thefts, and thinks it would easily bo done if similar precautions wore taken to protect the belongings of the employe's as are adopted to prevent the theffc of public property passing through the offico. _ If the Btate ' of things aGserted by oar correspondent e'xiuls. we ftgreo with him that it .is high time .both for the protection ' of the yiptims. and- for. tho general credit of the Service, as well as in the pablio interest,.. that-rineons ^sre adopted to detect ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SERVICE. STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT THE DEPARTMENTS., V.—THE WORKS. A Bad System—Incompetent Men Keep Out the Competent—Costly Gaols Without Prisoners—Treasury Looting , by "Our Respected Fellow Townsman and Representative in Parliament," [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

':TH1: SERVICE. ? STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT THE - , DEPARTMENTS, V.— THE WORKS. A Bad System— Incompetent Men Keep Out the Competent— Costly Gaols Without Prisoners— Treasury Loot Ing, by ' Onr Respected Fellow Townsman and Representative in Parliament,' (By the ' Sundat Times' Commissioner.) The magnitude of the evils surrounding our present Publio Works administration suggests the idea that the system itself is more to blame than any particular indi vidual or class of individuals. Thero can be no doubt that hora, as else where, political inflnenoo has placed incom petent mon in positions they have no right to ocoupy ; and also thoro oan be little question that the cost of the work done oould be reduced by the retirement of Buoerflaons officers. Bafc_ tho work carried on by this Department is of bo national a oharaoter, espeoially in respect to tho investment of loan money raised on publio oredit.and the ovils arising from maladministration are bo far reaohing in thoir scope, that no mer...

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

«MY DAUGHTER! Ofl! MY DAUGHTER!' Dusing the height of the gale and rain yesterday an irate parent, w'ho alleged that his daughter (of very tender years) had been married during tho day to a more elderly lover, and was about to leave in an Intercolonial steamer, sought to get a warrant to stop the runaways. He was too late as it happened both to secure a magistrate's services and to catch the boat which had sailed at this time. Nemesis, however, in tho shape of a terrific storm hasepme to punish the couple. No doubt they were not many miles outaide the Heads when they heartily wished them selves safely back in Sydney, braving the anger of an outraged parent, rather bhao, the , wrath of the raging ^lementa.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EARL OF YARMOUTH. CHARITY PERFORMANCE AT THE BIJOU THEATRE. Amateur Theatricals Extraordinary. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

THE; EARL W; YARMOUTH. CHARITY PERFORMANCE AT THE J5IJ00 THEATRE. Amateur Theatricals Extraordinary. Fobtunatelt for the Distressed Aotors' Fund and the Children's Hospital tho Earl of Yarmouth is evidently a staunob. believer in the good old Horatian maxim which avers that it is sweet to PLAY THE FOOL IN SEASON (says the Aegus of Friday.) The dress circle at the Bijou . Theatre was packed last night at 7s 6d a seat, and the re mainder of the house, was fairly well filled, oniy a coupxe oi rows or ? scans re maining vacant. The pretty little theatre wore its gayest appearance, and the number of even elderly society ladies who managed to climb the steep ascent to the heaven of a cushioned seat in the circle at last w«is truly remarkable. It may be said at once that strength, solidity, and impressiveness are not the qualities most c'onspiouous in the Earl of Yarmouth's acting, which i3 most amusing when least in earnest. -But like others who havo trod the stage before him, ho mistakes...

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

POLICE COURTS. Thbeb was a heavy shoot at tho Control yes terday, 85 prisoners boing charged, and tho busineso lasted until n'oarly noon, an unusual thing for Saturday. Kemanded. — Ada Dawes, 25, obarged with throwing a stone through a. window valued at .£10 at tho Unique I&tol, waB remandod until Friday, as oho aaid aho had witnesses to call. Mary Ma. wson, 49, on a ohargo of vagrancy jhad her 02,30 put off' till Monday for tho name roocon. Alfred Wiloon, 27, and Georgo Wil liamo, 29, who wore ohnrgod with being ' cucpooted pernonu ' frequenting Eliza beth-atreet, wore told to Btand down till Friday. William Laddon, 25, dealer, on en allegation of furioun driving, waa remanded, an a material witnoas we3 in tho hospital with a broken collar-bone. (Jim Hennessy, aliaa 'Queensland Jack,' on a ohargo of ' ^aulfc inpf a constable at Tamba in Soptov ,^or lait, waa remanded till ..Friday; / A- Warning.— Dan Tracey, 14. was firibd^l for furiously driving a sulky whioh ho r&...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TEST MATCH. England's Outlook far from Promising. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

THE TEST MATOH, England's Outlook far from Promising, The outlook of the fourth test matoh is decidedly reassuring for Australia — a state of .affairs that would have been deemed well nigh impossible on Friday at half-past 2 o'olock. Up to that hour England's star was in the ascendant, but the wonderful batting recovery made by Graham and Darling, and later by A. E. Trott and Turner, aided by expert running between wickets, and tho consequent disorganisation of the opposing fieldsmen, stopped the tide of disaster that was fast overwhelming Australia. The score of 284 runs would have been good on any wicket, but on a bowler's pitch it was an uncommonly 'fine one, and quite beyond all expectations. The rain now seems to have blighted the English hopes of a fine wicket for their innings. So much rain has fallen that it is rather euro tho visitors will have a bowler's wicket whereon to bat. It must be recol lected that tho match is being played on a pitch made of Melbourne soil, noted f...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BIG SAVING IN A TYPE SETTING BILL. Civil Service Commission Recommendation. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

A BIG SAVING Iff A TYPE-SET'lTO BILL. Civil Service Commission Recom mendation. The Civil Service Commission will recomr mend a possible saving of several thousand pounds por annum in one line in connection with the Government Printing Office. The line will be the Linotype. It is claimed that this machine save9 at least half tho type-setting bill, and it is particularly suited for Hansard and heavy Parliamen tary papers. Of course it will be very nara on tne compositors, out the uom mis.sioners are not likely to consider that. Tho matter has come under their notice, although it has not bean definitely con Bidered and decided upon, but we have grounds for stating that the recom mendation will bo as indicated.

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

?JDH3E B1AILS. MONDAY. 2Jfc3i!imjLA and Ennrr, 11 a.m. liroiA a:;d C6kti'ei:t 07 Eor.opr, ovcrlsrd to &dojbido,'andt*henca por Oratava, 2,50 ^,a. Ukited KiiroDon, overland to A0T3bidos - r.r.3 uhoace por Qratava, 3 ri.m. ' ? ? ? . . B.TiLb. Oratava (lofcteio sddrc~c:d to ^::-;:^3 C3 board), overland to Adelaide, S p.ra. ~ ? Uhitcd Kvjavo:x, Ihdia, r.nd Co:n:r:~irj ? 07 202-opr: (via Adelaide), G.II.B, Olicnb^-t, 3 n^, EttmoyD Bzr-Vi, 7 p.q,, .- ? : '.,...*

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

THE KEW GA& ? '?'% It is a wicked pria'nor bloko, a man o2 frin and . swear, They take him by the arms and Icga and tie him in a chair, ♦ ? - All for tho glory of Lav/; They put big handcuffs on hia hands, end irons on his feet, And on hia jaw they put a gag — 2H3 GAO-rJfi mannor clean and neat, '?';? - All for tho glory, of Lay, All for th9 good of tho LaT7, Upon hia blessed icjr :?' Thoy tied the gentlo inatrumory* TTfciob xnalcsft suobfolka diWeat. - ?.-?_;:?-' : [t is a pioua prinon joko, c corfc of Etook'Ixn trade, - ? ? ? ? - Hew gags to bring upon thp DtajOi TThsJp trajjlo acenea aro played ; ' , ? ~ ' [t ia a chaste diversion for tho b.adbrcad-orro.'5f ?' ' 57noa noggins oaacn cro ncrt in, cad no oao'a down to hang. \ All for tho glory of 'Icat, Io havo a littlo gagging treat, end n-$ eoniQ ohap Bupprosaed 571th Mr. Gocld'a hnmaao concern hb javij to have compressed. All fcf? tha glory of Lavr, ' All for the fjcod of tho Lav. Do tio him up and tio him dorra, end nifi...

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

HEBE AND TflE&E. * . Floods. Wet — more wefc ! : Capsizes in the Harbor. * . , Many Manly men in Sydney last night—* weather-bound I A baby beheaded by its mother. N.S.W. cricket crowd do not love Croc* kett. Eussoll and Wragge again put a damper on cricket. The. apathy over tho municipal elections in unpardonable. Several narrow escapes from loss of lifo - in the harbor yesterday. Wragge's antarctic disturbance 'Tanli' is doing all the damage. ' . ??., Single men should be taxed — ho the majority of our correspondents aver. 'Federal Council' and ' Conference of Premiers ' — two rival picnics, and that is ; all. * : i The total amount voted for the Marrick ville to Burwood Eoad Eailway was .£164,375. ? /.;;: Mr. Eussell's forecast :— Gales, with ?, showers to-day ; weather clearing probably ' ;: on Monday. -**.. ' Waverley Novels ' Fair— pretty scenes, : rr pretty women, and pretty expensive. Our reporter's summing up. ;- There will be somo stir at Manly to- ' morrow night; ...

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

OUB TELEPHONE. - Hello thero ! His Excollonoy tho Governor, please. Eight you aro. . IsthatSir Eoborfc Duff P— the Sunday TniEa calls. Tea ; what can I do for you ? Well — it is rather a delioate matter.-1 Ton remember that' some little time since we con gratulated you on tho improvement in. your speeohea, and your genoral relations with the publio. I remember the oooasion perfeotly. Tho onoouragement was appreciated. Waa of tnat 1 .But you havo boon baoK sliding of lata, and are now very nmoh ' as you were.' How do you make that out ? Woll, thoro v/as your failure to accept tho invitation to break bread with the combined workers in oelebratioa of the opoaintj of tho Trades Hall. Oh 1 bother that I No doubt j but the question is, Was it judiaions P Graoioua mo 1 Am I eupposad to do every thing I am asked P If tho Balmain ' Liver Paeh' invite me to go on tho razzle, for instance, must I accept for fear of being ironioally toasted? Oh 1 that is putting an extreme case. But past Govern...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BRIDGE BLOWN UP. Electricity and Gas the Cause. (" SUNDAY TIMES" SPECIAL MESSAGE.) London, Febuary 1. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

A BRIDGE BLOWN UP, ? — I Electricity and Gas the Ganse, I ? I (' Sunday Times ' Special Message.) i London, Febuary 1. F The Southwark Bridge across the Thames has been blown up owing to an accumulation of gas coming into contact with the electric wires.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE JUDICIAL SCANDAL. Reinstatement of Sir Robert Williams. ("SUNDAY TIMES" SPECIAL MESSAGE.) London, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 3 February 1895

i THE JUDICIAL SCANDAL. Reinstatement of Sir Robert Williams. ('Sundat Times' Special Message.) London, February 1. I It is announced that Sir Robert WilliamB I resumes his seat on the Bankruptcy Court I at once. ?

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