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WHAT'S "UP WITH THAT WRAGGE?" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 10 February 1895

WHAT'S 'UP WITH THAT WRAGGE?' There's a "Nu'' disturbance coming, so the weather profit "seth,"     And it isn't "Toth" or "Tawi," and it wasn't       christened "Teth,"   But upon our soul and conscience we are nearly done to death By this fearful, alphabetic sort of weaker sage aesthetic,   Who has taken ancient lingo on an elemental jag, And we rise to ask in anger what the "Beta's"   up with Wragge? We have had a taste of "Alpha,'' and of   "Delta," and of "Nin,"     For the way he piles 'em on us is a (scarlet brand) of sin, Till we wish that bloke at Brisbane some more torrid region in. With his "Alpha" and his "Gamma,"       And his later hunks of grammar, From tho old Egyptian school books or the mud ones of Chaldee, Set to "squalls and rainy weather, with a   rough and rising sea." ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

MOEONET'S 220YDS HANDICA^ OF £10; ' ^ Also HALF-MILE HANDICAP OF £10. Will be run at the CaRBINGTON GBOUNDS NEX1 FBIDAY AFTEBNOON. Entries close T0-K0BB0W NIGHT. H. TAYLOE, Secretary. r\WNEES AND TEAINEES OF PONIES \J and GALLOWAYS.— A MEETING of the above will be held on TUESDAY NEXT, the 19th inst., at 2 p.m. sharp, at Rough's Hotel, ' Castlercagh-etreot (next' B. K'Carthy and Co.'s Bazaar). A largo attendance is expected. J. A. WEIGHT, Secretary.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

LADIES! ALWAYS buy where you can get the best value for your money. NEVER fail to make this the first consideration. Do you appreciate really Good TEA ? Thea dou't FORGET that your taste can ho gratified by the well-known Family Grocers. WILLIAMS and GIBBONS, of 72 OXF0BD-STBEET, who will sell you a TEA at Is per lb that cannot be surpassed in Australia. THIS is their own SPECIAL BLEHD, and is admitted Dy good judges to be of really excellent quality. Choice Brands of China, Ceylon, and Indian Teas also in stock. Parcels delivered Free in town or suburbs, or to any Station or Port in N.S.W. A FACT worth remembering. Prica lists on application.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. FORECAST. OBSERVATORY. 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

THE WEATHEE. FORECAST. Obsbevatoet. 9 t-.m. New South Wales. — Fresh to Btrong winds from S. to E. on the coast, with increasing sea ; weather unsettled and 6qually, with showers on Sunday, and probably on Mon day. EAINFAIilj. New South Wales. — Moderate to heavy in N.E. Queensland. — Light to heavy generally. OUE B0X OF CLARKE'S E 41 PILLS is war ranted to euro all discharges from the Urinary Organs, iu either sax, Gravel and Pain ia the buck. Guaranteed free from Mercury. Sold in Boxes, 4s 6d oacb, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors. Sole Proprietors, Tns Lin coln and Midlaud Couhtie8 Dbuo Co., Lincoln, England.*

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Before the CURTAIN A CHANGE AT THE LYCEUM. "THE SPORTSMAN" AND "THE OPEN GATE." Another B. and B. Success. "THE UNION JACK" WARMLY RECEIVED AT THE ROYAL. TIYOLI NEW BILL. LYCEUM-"THE SPORTSMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

[?] (1 CHANGE hi THE LYCEUlT. ,'THE SPORTSMAN' AND ? 'THE OPEN GATE,' ; Another B, and B. Success. ''THE- UNION- JACK' WARMLY BECEIYfiB AT THE fiOYAL. TIYQU Njm BILL. '?. s LYCEUM— 'THE SPORTSMAN.' With ' Sowing the Wind ' finishing 'its very BncoesBfal run at the Lyoeura on Friday laat, and ' Aunt Jack ' awaiting the arrival of Mr. Boucieanlt before prodnotion, Mr. Brough had six nights to fill in. To this end ho ohose two pieces new to Sydney in Haddon Chambers' pretty one-aot comedy ' The Open Gate' and W. Lostonn's thrce-aofc farce ' The SportBman,' a piece, by the way, whioh, aarly in July last, scored a success at the Brisbane Opera House. 'The Sportsman,' originally produced at tho London Comedy Theatre lato in January, 1893, ia an adapta tion of M. George Feydeau'a ' Monsieur Chasse,' presented to patrons of the Palais Royal in April, 1893. As ft London critic por tinontly remarked, the English version suffers by oomparieon witli its Parisian prototypo, booanso, in becoming ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ASHFIELD v. WAVERLEY, [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

ASHFIELD v. WAVEELET, A friendly match was played between these clubs on the Wavorley Green yesterday. Baob. side played five rinks, and after an exciting game Waverley won by 4 points. Yesterday's gamo was the firat time that Waverloy ever defeated Ash nsld. Tho scores wore: Waverley 134, Ashfleld 130. © Tha following handicaps havo been doclored in the competition lor tho silver ball presented by tho lata Mr. Holroyd to the Balmain Club :— Messrs. Jar vis, KorsUaw, Wihiou, Cohen, and Beader, 0; Mr. Batson, 4;; Messrs; Brodio, Marshall,- and Young, 10. The. competition is open to Balmain players only, IiiPUErriEB is the Blood. — ' Wo have scan hosts of letters from people who hn,vo reoeived groat 'benefit from the use of Clarko's Blood Mix ture. It cannot be too UifiWy estimated, for it oleanses and clears tho blood from all impurities.' Thio is ajjood testimonial from tho Faiuxt Doctoji, which g-oes on farther to. say: — 'It is the finest Blood Purifier that scienco aud skill have...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

Praiiiiiiif There seems to be something particularly tantalising about that correspondence between the ex-Premier and the Governor, which everybody wants to see, which everybody concerned professes a willingness to have published, and yet which nobody can get a eight of except some members of the British House of CommonB, who pro bably do not want to see it, and take not the . slightest interest in the matter. Probably some time during the next cen tury the letters will incidentally turn up in the paged of somebody's biography as a specimen of the amenities existing between Colonial Governors and their Prime Minis ters towards the close of the nineteenth century. The only fact -which has been permitted to transpire is that some of the correspondence is strongly worded, and possibly the Secretary for the Colonies con siders it unfit for publication. If this is so, we might relieve his mind by letting him know that in New South Wales we have become accustomed to strong lan guage, and ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VOICE OF THE PEOPLE. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [The Editor does cot hold himself responsible for the opinions expressed by correspondents.] [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

VOICE OF THE PEOPLE. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [The Editor does sot hold himself responsible for the opinions expressed by correspondents.] Publio and Private Tuition.— 'Fifcz- john Hall' calls attention to the practice, whioh he states is becoming general, on the part of public school teachers of adver tising and conciliating- supplementary educa tional classes, and utilising for this purpose the premises and appliances of tho Public Instruction Department for their own private nnmiTiinrv nrofit,. Onr norrBRnondsnt usaerts that this practice is not only a great injustice to privato teacherB, but involves an injury to the publio service, and that the practice Bhould be stopped by the Department. The Partially-Paid Forces. — ' Strotcher Bearer ' writes to protest against the deci sion to hold a military camp at Easter on the basis of giving the meu threo days' pay for four days' attondanco, a condition which he considers unfair to the rank and file, parti cularly as the men must cither ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

BxYILWAY GOSSTEUCTIOlf. There can be little doubt that the article in our last issue respecting the railway construction branch of the_ Works. Department hit the mark as regards the causes o£ the nonre munerative character of our railways. On the face of it, the separation of the construction branch from the maintenance and working department is a palpable and glaring error, be cause it is unreasonable to expect the Railway Commissioners to obtain interest and working expenses from lines which have been constructed re gardless of economicalconsiderations, and for the cost of which they are in no way responsible. No donbt had they been consulted in the first instance, and made aware of the ex penditure on which interest was payable, they would have at once said that the thing was impossible. « ft c There is only one consistent and safe policy in this matter, which is to make the Commissioners responsible for the financial success of the rail way system as a whole, and this can only b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

THB - I- .. — ? ? ?~-.i B , iROSVEBOR SQUARE, SYDiEYi F. PAGET. MANAGER.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

- Special Advertisements. A USTEALIAN MUTUAL FIRE j£L INSURANCE SOCIETY. Established 1872. The Oldest Mutual Fire Office in Australia. CAPITAL £100,000, ?with power to increase to £1,000,000, BESEBYE AND INVESTMENT FUNDS, £111.696. Uncalled Capital, £87,500. PUEELY A COLONIAL OFFICE, fierivinp its income from New South Wales only, no risks being taken outside the colony. A BONUS OF 20 PER CENT. .Has been paid annually since 1S78, divided between Policy-holders aud Shareholders. The amount thua distributed totals £110,923. CLAIMS PROMPTLY AND LIBEBALLY SETTLED. Fifteen days' grace allowed for Bonewal of Policies— a protection afforded by no other Fire Insurance Company. Hon. GEOEGE THOENTON, M.L.C., Chairman. WALTEE CHUECH, Manager. Head Office : Corner PITT and KING ST EEBT JSSUBE Y O U E LIFE. Parents, iuduce your sons to take out a LIFE POLICY in the LIVEEPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSUEANCB COMPANY, *' The great Fire and Life Insurance Company of the 'World.' This Company lias cre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

8. BEOSHSTETT A^NT) CO., Tea Dealers, Grocers, Wine and Spirit Merchants, 476 GEORGE-STREET, SYDWEY, AEE SELLING - MELVIN'S EDINBURGH PALE ALE, Per case, 6 doz pints, 5s per doz ; 4 doz qnarts, 7s per doz. BOAE'S HEAD ALE (Bottled by Hall), Por case, 4 doz quarts, 7b per doz GUINNESS' BOAE'S HEAD POETER (Bottled by Hail), Per case, 8 doz pints, 6a 3d per doz : 4 doz qnar'fcs, 8s 9d per doz. ? COMBE AND CO.'S EXTEA LONDON STOUT, Per caRQ, 6 doz pints, 5s 9d por doz ?' 4 doz qaorts, 7s 6d per doz. St. E3TEPHE CLAEET, 12s per doz. ALBUEr MUSCAT, Pine Matured Wine, 18s per dos ALBUET POET, Old Wine, excellent value 24s per doz AGENTS for DOYLE'S Eed and White KALUDAH-Pints, 123 ; quarts, 21s per doz Monthly Price List Forwarded on Application. TOTJiHAYE NO IDEA __ AT WHAT ADVANTAGE YOU CAN BUY BOOTS AND SHOES. : IT WILL PAT YOU to send for our CATALOGUE, and JUST BUN __ TOUR EYE down it ? OUE « ^ ^t/j^ 0TEB HAtF'GTII1«EA ^^^^A-, ' 3000 PAIRS XS\J- kj X ^0^ ^tel^^^7h-'V SOLD AEE STILL DT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

W. H. PALIMS MB CO., LIMITED. PEE 'MELVILLE ISLAND,' -aiiotlier Shipment Just Arrived, and They Sell Faster Than we Can Import Them! GENUINE 'LIPP PIANOS, : World FantODS. KhcSb, E.I]pp, Qjaul @olin« EXQUISITELY POBE AND SWEET TONE. PEEPECI MECHANISM. UNSURPASSABLE STRENGTH. 'W'. 1EL. J?A.TjTNGc JkJXT) CO., 3LTD.. .'' . ... ass George-stoeei!;, for ?STEOWAT PIANOS. , TheSteiiiway Pinao is a distinctly original creation, whose highest standard of ? excellence is. the result of the progossive improvements made in building up a New and Eorfect System of Piano Construction by Steinwat and Sons; ? W.'.H- PALIHG?AM5 CO., LIS3ITED, HATB PIANOS B¥ -Ahh . BEST MAKERS. ' Being the Largest Buyers of Pianos in Australia, and paying cash at the Factories, they have the first ohoioe of the world's markets, obtain Pianos very much cheaper than other, firms, and are thus ENABLED TO GIVE YOU BETTEE VALUE POE TOUE MONEY, EITHEE FOE CASH OE FOE CEEDIT. ? THE BELLING AWD YIOTOR PIANOS, Iron Frames, Ful...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

FOE !, LASSITCTDE, TOEPIDITY, : SOUE STOMACH, N ' 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. FLETCHEE'S PILLS are a quick, sure and reliablo 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 particle of calomel, gamboge, or any drastic purgative, but operate by j-erfeckly natural means, by stimulating the liver and increasing the flow of bile, and thus producing easy evacuations and natural catharses without the annoyance and pain of griping and purging. Beware of the many harmful substi tutes on sale in many shops. None are gonuine unless they bear the signature of F. Moore Clements on the outside wrapper. CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCKEE'S PILLS have become such household words that imitations are frequently offered. We contend that this imitati...

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ROYAL SYDNEY YACHT SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

EOTAL SYDNEY YACHT SO.UADEON. As tho yachts of the E.S.Y-S. cruised about prior to starting iu the raoo yesterday their ekippers must have rojoiced in being favored with a jib-headed topsail breeze from the east-south-east. Tlie' course was partly an outside oue. From a flying Bttti-t at. 1.30 p.m., to andi round a flaor bont oS Curl Curl Hend, Shark Island, Tore Dcnisou, Shark Island, and thence to a nni.su between Fort Denison and flaifboat moored off southern end, a twenty miles go, formed tho oourse. The occasion was the eiorhth. contest for the Oascoijfue Cup, value £50, and presented by Ccloutil lr:ifcoiguo. The Squadron added £10 for first yacht und £5 for second yacht. The tntiics and tiiao allowances were : — Iduna, 23-ratiag (Yv*. M. Cameron), scr. j Thelma, 15-rating (Dr. A. H'Cormack), 5min ; lolanthe, 7.5-ratiug (W. M. llaelardj), 28miu ; Ised,- fD-iStbig ( Dr. i 3?. Mil ford), oOmin; Assesroi, 7.ff-ratiug (ii. H. Sullivan), SSiniu. Last year's race resulted in a win fo...

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MINING and FINANCE. THE MINES AND THE MINING MARKET, OUR BETTER BOX. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

UNliG and FINANCE. ? '.' ? —o ? , THE MINES AND THE MINING MARKET. OUR LETTER BOX. TO CORRESPONDENTS. PLettera must reaoh us, addressed to the Mining Editor, before Friday. No notice is taken of anonymous correspondence.] G.W. (Diranbandi, Queensland). — We know of no reason to doubt its still being good. But we do not know what the syndicate that owns it has been doing lately. Low Bates (Bathurst).— 1. We tbink No. x j.Norm viotory will rise a good deal more. 2. Write to Mr. E. Pope, sharebroker, Gyinpie; mention this newspaper, and aak him to send you a copy of his now map. 3. No. 1 North Smithfield wero about 12s or 14s when, a few nionthB ago, wo first recommended them; they are now worth 45s or thereabouts, and will see J24 or £5 this year. Electrical Engineer (Marriokvillo). — We think that the following work mip;ht suit you : ' Electricity, Eleotrometer, Electrolysis, and Magnetism,' by G. Crystal, L.L.D., and W. N. Shaw, London, H. and C. Black. This is an essay reprinted fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

MESSRS. VILES AND CO., OF 8 BEIDGE-STBEET SYDNEY, Next door to Messrs. Burns, Philp and Co., Public 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 accountant under the Judges seal of the Supreme Court of New Zea land, and Commissioner of Affidavits for several of tho oolouies, and tho stylo of the firm will be in the future VILES AND BEN NETT.— Viles and Co. Note.— VILES AND BENNETT, private composition accountants trade assignees and auditors, 8 Bridge-street Sydney. Messrs- BORCHARDT & BUTCHER SHAEEBROKEES, 12 POST-OFFICE CHAMBERS, Direot Special attention to Gympie and Charters Towers Stocks. r^WNEES OF BUILDINGS OF WHAT \J EVER CLASS Will Study their Interest by Insuring some in the LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY, ' The great Firo and Life Insurance Company of the 'World.' Loweafc Bates. Equitable Adjustment. Prompt Settlement of Chu...

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SAVINGS BANK OF N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

SAYINGS BANK OF N.S.W. The annual statements of the accounts of this institution for the year 1894 have been pub lished, and chow that there was an actual increase of 1855 depositors on December 31 as compared with the previous year, and an actual increase of ,£2S0,605 in the amount standing at credit of depositors over that on December 31, 1893. The largest increase in both the number of depositors and in amount of deposits was in class .£200 to .£300, and the only decrease in class .£20 and under. There is at credit of reserve fund a sum of .£226,489, and to credit of depreciation account £11,778.

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GENERAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

GENEEAL EEMAEKS. We have constantly reminded our readers that for first-dlass, or what are known as gilt edgod, investment stocks, the local markot was steadily strengthening. This hardening process continues, and seems to inorease and become more pronounced daily. Looking over the share-list for the past four or five weekB, one is struck by the improved prices which some of these leading investments have realised. Bank of New South Waltis, for instance, are firm at 26J. A. J.S. Bank (shares have risen from 12s 6d to 27s Gel. City Bank .Shares are strong at 70s, and have gone to that figure from 50s during tho period indicated. Shares of the Commercial Banking Company of Sydney are much stronger ; and Gas, Mont de Piet-5, North Shore Ferry, and such like have all partici pated in the upward movement. This state of things is likely to continue. There is, in fact, too much money now on current account in our various financia' institutions earning no thing, or next to nothing, n state ...

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OLD GRIME STORIES VII: WHY THE LANDLADY WAS KILLED. What Cooper Found in His Room. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

OLD GRIME STORIES _ ? -? ? FOR THE ' SUNDAY TIMES.' VII: WHY THE LANDLADY WAS KILLED. What Cooper Found Ia His Room. We propose to-day to furnish the reader Tfith two terrible examples of a husband's vengeance. They are two striking piotures. One is that of a foolishly suspicious husband, who, through the green spectacles of iealousv. sees in trifles lieht as air evidence of the most criminal and com promising deeds. The other is that of a man devotedly attached to hiB wife, who views her weaknesses more in sorrow than in anger, and strikes dead the miscreant who seeks to take advantage of her tem porary disability. They are both domestic tragedies of a striking character, Bhowing different phases of marital attachment, and, alas ! exhibiting the fatal effects, direct or indirect, of the working of the drink fiend in either sex. In the year 1850 there was an Irish oyster merchant in Sydney named James Whelan, who lived unhappily with his wife. We do not know much of their antecedent...

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