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WHY MEN ARE TALLER THAN WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

WHY MEN A It 12 TALLER THAN WOMEN. At the moment of birth there is a difference of height and weight between male and female children greatly to the advantage of tho former. Dr. Bowditch, of London, estimating from 10,904 public school girl pupils, showed that none of these increased in stature after reaching tho ago of eighteen years. On the other hand, Dr. Roberts has compiled a table showing the results of his observation of 14,000 males of the British artisan class, which proves that iti 90 per cent, of all the cases increase in height continued till 22 was reached. Dr. Boulton estimates that the normal difference in Btature between the sexes in Great Britain is 5in. Women, in fact, no matter however radical the improvement and ' emancipa tion ' of the sex, will ever bo shorter than men ; and the explanation of this fact is to bo found in the following circumstance. In the physical development of women, at a certain stage the nutritive processes are turned into another direction...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NORTH SHORE MYSTERY CHAPTER VI.—Mrs. BOOTH COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

The North Shore Mystery BY HERB; PLETCH. {FOB THE ' SUNDAY TIMES.') CHAPTER Yi.—Kta. BOOTH COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. Afteb liis day's round, Mr. Hobbs returned home to his tea. For this ipeal he was glad : to see a plate of pink prawns on the table, i If he had one weakness of the epicure, it ' *7aa in the direction of prawns, and Mrs. Hobbs, when in a specially good humor, was wont to indulge him. This happened , with her perhaps the more rarely, as her husband was wont on these occasions, while praising the quality of the prawns, which he rated as being nearly equal to Gravesend Bhrimp3, to inveigh against Colonial provisions generally. The meat was not equal to English meat — not the flavor — the vegetables were tasteless, and the fruit lacking in juice. These remarks on the products of Jier native land made Mrs. Hobbs mad and restive. ' If everything was so good in England, ?'why in' the name of fortune did you leave it?' 'I wish I had not, and that's the truth/' Sir. Hobbs would rep...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN'S VIEWS And Chat. Those Brothers—How they Treat their Sisters—Clothes and Sin—Burns and Bad Times—Petticoats in Politics. SIN AND CLOTHES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

WOMEN'S. YIEWS And Chat. Those Brothers— Row they Treat their Sisters— Clothes and Sin— Burns and Bod l imes— Petticoats in Politics. SIN AND CLOTHES. 'While listening to the Rev. Mr. Robert son's lecture the other night on missionary life in tho New Hebrides, I could not help thinking of the Sunday Times articles on the dark quarters of Sydney. What fudge these misguided missionaries talk! We know from Stovenspn, Louis Becke, from Pem broke, and other unbiassed travellers that tho methods of the black-coated gentry have been a curse to the islands. They have put the women and the men in badly made clothes, done away with their simplicity, and made them miserable, sanctimonious hypocrites. Theso are tho plain facts. A good healthy Pagan is better than a hypocritical Chris tian. The Island girls are now losing their boauty, and they are not getting even virtue iu return. The natives -were never made for modern Christianity, ?which consists mostly of drapery. Mr. Robertson told me tha...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

GRAHAM'S 55s SUITS. GOOD STYLE AND FIT. | BIG FURNITURE SALE, EXPIRATION OF LE^LSEl. STOCKS OP WALLACHS5 AND NEWTON AND LAMB. FOE. ABSOLUT! BILE At Discounts IsmgiMg from 8$ to 10s in the $ Tho Proprietor is relinquishing the Business, and must olo&r out every line at best price obtainable. All high-clasB and modern Goods Doliverod Free In Town Ot Sabusba iCt good order and condition. SCHWECHTENi PIANOS. : NEWTON AND LAMB'S OLD PREMISES— ? O'CONNHLL AND SPRING STREETS. : ' As a Bait:, Peiwiahijkt, and WAnnAsrmsD C»he' for Pimples, Scrofula, Scurvy, Bad Legs, Skin and Blood Disease's, Pimples, and Sores of all kinds, we Can with ooufidonco rcoommend Clarke's World famed Blood Mixture. 'It is cottainiy tho finest Blood Puriilor that scianoo and medical skill have brought to light.' Thousands of Testimonials. Bold eTerywhore at 2a Od per bottle. Bo war a of worthless imitations fiabsUtntsa. 'WjEtA-Q-GKE'SS FORECAST. ALL THIS WEEK GREAT ERUPTIONS IN RAGS IN DETV' 03^SHIRB-ST]R.E...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

BERWAKBIlf 1 ^PATLF, iiM, EXTRA LIOKT, WHOLESOME, AJN 'D PALATABLE, HOT BBW HOW SELLING- FREELY. a CM TEAPOT A little care is required to make a good cup of Tea, but it is well worth tho trouble. In order to help you we ask you never to make Tea without rinsing the pot with boiling water, and never use water that has been Bimmering a long time. A good cup must not be expected unless it has been infused about seven minutes. IN ADDITION it is necessary that you Bhould choose the eight blend or tea, for it is important that a study should be made by wholesale Tea Dealers as to the flavor of the Tea they supply. If you follow our instructions and use ARTHUR GRAY AND CO.'S Tea, which may be obtained from all geocees, you will find the evening meal promptly revives exhausted strength. They are willing, upon receipt of a letter, to send you, post free, a SAMPLE OF TEA. This is an inducement to give their Packet Tea a trial, and we feel sure that once introduced you will always use it. ARTH...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STRAIGHT TIP "Every Bullet has its Billet." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

[?] ' Every Ballot lias its Billot.' o Many people do a deal of hard climbing in search of easy grades. ? o .. . ... A man may run into debt, but he seldom comes out faster than at a walk. ? O ? I CannibalB eat their enemies, but many people nowadays live on their friends and relatives. The man who has a tendency to make an asB of himself aa a rule never lacks for skill and material. o The politician who has been lost in the shuffle does not think much of the pack he has been with. There is but one spectacle in life sadder than a neglected wife, and that is a neglected husband. The only time a man of experience takes his wife into his confidence is to tell her he is not making any money. — : — i — o ? — The man who says that woman has never invented anything should listen for a few minutes at tbfe keyhole of a Bewing society's room. For heroic and vain endeavors to look pleased nothing can equal the expressions of two girls compelled to dance with each other on aocount of the scarci...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FIRST LAW OF NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

TfiE FIRSTjLAW OF NATURE. ' Juvonal ' treats the subject clearly, , thua : Mankind has engrafted within two i inStinots which dominate hiB lifo — the instinct of self-preservation and the itiotinofc Of race preservation, if the latter predominates in a man's ohatactor,.ho will not require taxation to induce him to follow his instinct. 11 oolf preservation, whioh is aelfishneftB under a different term, predominates, tho deoay of race i& a minor uuittor ts the individual. Marriage is still popularly Supposed tct be for the prosarvation of . the race, bas^d on tho mutual attraction of two persona of opposite setos. Look tho subject in the face and what do we find? Marriago is invariably contracted with regard to the personal interests of the partioB concerned. ' People marry td prevido a pleasanter home, to unito their worldy wealth, to obtain sooial standing, to satisfy vanity^ and a fow other reasons, all of which spring from personal considerations, i.e., Belfish noSfl. The ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POPULAR DISCUSSION SHOULD SINGLE MEN BE TAXED ? For and Against the Bachelors. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

P0PULARD1SCUSSI0N SHOULD SINGLE MEN BE TAXED? JFor and Against the Bachelors. The following letters, whioh will be found in structive and at times amusing! complete the discussion upon this subject : — HOW THE TAX SHOULD BE UTILISED, i ' R.T.' (Nswoastle) trives Beveral reasons for imposing tho tax. Single life makes man lazy and unambitious, and the bachelor in old age, through having no family, goes to the Benovolont Asylum, which is supported by married men. Therefore he favors A tax of .£10 per head, half to go to the Benevolent Asylums of the colony.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARRIED MEN OUGHT TO BE BRANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

MARRIED MEN OUGHT TO BE BRANDED. ' A Wife ' thus expresses hor views :— People must know that men with any sense at all do marry, aud it strikes mo very foroibly that half the men are not worth having at any prioe. Women are much better single than tied to some of them. If wo oould only brand mon who are marriod bo that single girls Would know when they aro talking to a single man or a married on9 1 They say married men are privileged, bo they ate — tyo look after their wives, whom they nearly brokcj their nooks to gob. We married women should cry out for some sign to distinguish tho married men from the Bingle mon, and per haps we would not have bo many eligible men singlo.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

— | MARK FOY'8 FAIR IS NOW ON* AT LEAST IT WILL BE NEXT WEEK.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

M'EWAN'S ALE. DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

, ? Fish, name, Miljt. ? N.S.W. FBESH FOOD AND ICE CO,, LTD, roa MILK, CREAM, ICE, PISH, GAME, POULTRT, , BUTTJpR, PASTRY. HEAD OPFICE— 25 HARBOR-STREET* BODALLA CHEESE The Finest in the Market. Oar Registered Brand i 3 on Every Cheese. BODALLA BACON Cora Fed and Mild Cure. BODALLA HAMS In get up and quality are Equal to the Best ENGLISH. JOHN SHEAR WIN', WHOLESALE AGENT, £29 SUSbEX-STREET. Hotels. ROBERTS' SINGLE BOTTLE DEPARTMENT, MAEKET-STREET, Next Geoege-stsket, LOOK AT THE PRICES, IIENIfESSY'S **« PALE BRANDT, Gs 3d USHER'S SPECIAL RESERVE 'WHISKY, 4s. BROWN'S FOUR CROWN WHISKY, 3s 9d. 'WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS, is and 2s. CAMTJEK'S HOTEL, Corner of PAKK nnd GEORGE STREETS. This Well-knowr , Popular, and Old-Established Hotel is Oonducted under a thoroughly practical management. Only the VERT BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS, WINES, are served, and MARSHALL'S CELEBRATED ALES (always iu prime condition) are on draught. In quality the drinks supplied will bear favorable comparison with any hotel ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THEY SAY— [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

TflEY SA.Y — I That Mr. Wragge'a 'Bet' is the 'Nu' woman. That even paupers are entitled to decent burial. That the Tantanoola tiger is overrunning Australia. That the metropolitan police force is numerically weak. That Victoria is afraid she mil sink if she does not federate. that the live cattle export trade is an ? assured success. That political jealousies still block the path of Federation. That there will be no more coal strikes at Newcastle tor a while. ; That the Emperor of China is beginning to understand the situation. That payment of members will be before the Supreme Court this week. That the next Intercolonial Exhibition is to be- held in Wellington, N.Z. ' That the condition of the fruitgrowers is not nearly so bad as painted. That crows on toast were the notable entree at the Slattery banquet. That Sir Henry Parkes' displays of petty spite are universally condemned. That preserved Australian fruit is good enough to bo sold on its own merits. That there was a good deal...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Before the CURTAIN LAST NIGHTS Of " Sowing the Wind," " The Span of life," and Her Majesty's Panto. THE NEW BILLS. Another Change at the Tivoli. WOODLOCH'S CIRCUS. "Charley's Aunt" on Tour—fews by the English Hall—Henrietta Watson Engaged by Toole—Fille Norwood's New Comedietta—William Rignold's Success—Also Sophie Harriss to the Fore. What the Pros, are Doing—Today's Amusements. LYCEUM—" SOWING THE WIND." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

Wlm l| LAST NIGHTS Of ' Sowing the Wind,' ' 'Tlie Span of Life,' and Her Majesty's Panto. . THE KEW 31LLS. Another Change at the Tivoli* WOODLOCH'S CI11CUS. « Charley's Aunt ' ou Tour— News by the English Hall— Henrietta Watson En gaged by Toole— Eille Norwood's Row Comedietta — William IUg nold's Success — Also SophJe Harriss - to the Fore. What the Pros, are - Doing — To-day's Amusements. LYCEUM-' SOWING THE WIND.' A firm believer in quiok olianges, Mr. Brough announces the last five nights of Sydney Grundy's powerful play ' Sowing the ?Wind,*' and on Saturday next two pieces will be produced for the first time in Sydney. Tho curtain-miser will be 'The Open Gate, ^by Haddon Chambers, a one-aot play in which Mrs. Brough, Miss Noblo, Mr. Ward, and Mr. Titheradge will appear. Then will follow 'The Sportsman,' a three-act farcioal comedy adapted from tbe French by W. Lestocq, and originally produoed in Paris as ''Moneieur La Chasse*' at the Palais Royal about tv.-o years ago. In this ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

THE LELAJDEN'Q- BRAJKTD, SHAMROCK Jfl WHISKY, PURE AND MELLOW. CHOICEST SPIBIT IMPOETEP. ILooSx for Prize (Coiaposig Bad©? ®©5-SEiS-asf

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

AMATEUR FIbHERaRBJ'S ASSOCIATION NOTE3, Membership increasing. Mr. F. Farnell, M.P., Mr. James Marks, Mr. J. H. Carrathers (Minister for Lands), and Dr. Cox have accepted positions of patrons so far. Rules will be printed next week. Membership ticket already printed. Very neat In appearance. Five 'trophies \o hand. Copies of Government Fisherioo reports will be presented by an influential well.wishor. First outiug shortly. All members of Government Fisheries Commis sions and all Government Inspectors of Fisheries aro made honorary members. Good move,emanat- | ing from committee-man G. L. Goodman. I Next meeting bos advertisement columns.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

SRAHAM'S 55s SUITS, 510 GEUJiGE-STMET, 1 j^N OTHER GREAT RUSH. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY is now OFFERED TU THE PUBLIC. THE HAND-IN-HAND TAILORS, 716 GEORGE-STREET, HAYMARKET, are' in ' full swing ' with A GREAT STOCK-TAKING SALE. They are making their famous Suits to Order from 40s, trousers from 7s 6d. Call early, for ? ' 'TWILL SOON BE OVER.' ? OPPOSITE NEW MARKETS. AARON'S EXCHANGE HOTEL CO. (LIMITED), GRESHAM-STREET, SYDNEY. Extensive Improvements have been effected in the Culinary Department and Table Appointments of the Hotel, and the Tariff has been revised and Reduced. The Hotel Accommodation ia of the most comfortable character, and Rooms may be engaged by the week on very easy terms with or without Board. Only the very Best 'Wines, Spirits, and Provisions are kept. W. W. AIKEN, Manager. GALLEY t-& WHISKY THE ONLY 'WHISKY IMPORTED 'LANCET' CERTIFICATE OP INTO SYDNEY HOLDING THE ABSOLUTE PUBITY AND SAFETY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

? SMsliiess Kotieea. ? ? ROBERTS* SINGLE BOTTLE DEFAUT5IENT, MARKET-STREET, NEXT GEORGE-STREET. VEJEY SUPERIOR OLD PORT WIN& For Invalids. SPLENDID RUM, RICH AND MELLOW For Coughs and Colds. ROBERTS' SPECIAL WHISKY, For Influensa. ? | — ? ? ? — ? ? - THEEE GOOD DEINKS. WALKER'S WHISKY, THE QUEEN'S ALE, R0SBACH WATER. JOHN WAT.TTFIR, 24 BOND-STREET JOHN HAUSMANNl One of the Oldest Members of t TATTERSALL'S CLUB, SYDNEY, and the ) VICTORIAN CLUB. MELBOURNE, 'Wishes to Inform his friends and the oportisf ' Public, that he has OPENED THOSE CENTRALLY-SITUATED PREMISES at 255 PITT-STREET, ADJOINING 'TATTERSALL'S' MARBLE BAR, Aa a First-class TOBACCONIST and CIGAB DIVAN, and respectfully solloits from them and the general public u share of Patronage. JOHN HAUSMANN, TURF COMMISSION AGENT, 255 MTT-STIiEET, SYD NICY, Member of TATTERSALL'S CLUB. SYDNEY and VICTORIAN CLUB, MELBOURNE, EXECUTES COMMISSIONS on ALL LEADING EVENTS Run in the Australian Colonies. STRAIGHT-OUT and DOUBLES on ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

LETTING OUT DEPARTMENT. SYDNEY TRAMWAY AND OMNIBUS COMPANY ARE PREPARED ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE TO SUPPLY LANDAUS, BRAKES, WAGGONETTES, AND OMNIBUSES FOE BALLS. PICNIC, OR WEDDING PARTIES AT REDUCED RATES. LIVERIED COACHMEN AND FIRST-CLASS EQUIPMENTS. OFFICE : 17 MACQUARIE PLACE. TELEPHONE No. 696.

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BARBAROUS IN THE EXTREME. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

BARBAROUS IN THE EXTREME. 'Common Sense' thua answers a last week's correspondent : — ' A Much Married Man ' says bachelors should bo taxed in tho interests of justice, roligion, and morality. I Bay in the same intoroats emphatically no. The man who, being himself poor, takes a wife that iB also poor under present social con ditions, commits one of tho worst follies that it is possible to oouoeive. Tlio result of Guch follies ia the unspeakably miserable oondition of the poorer class to-day. If men would re frain from marrying until they had provided a permanent homo for their wives and probable families, there would be no necessity to send their children out to service aa Boon as thoy wero able to earn a few shillings (in thousands of cases at tho expense of their health and phyBioal development). Parents who do so not only rob their ohildren of health nnd strength, but the few shillings they earn aotually represent the heart's blood of the little ones. To tax meu who have the fore...

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