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BERG'S LONDON PIE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
BERG'S LONDON PEE HOUSE. Mr. W. H. Berg, fcr somo years proprietor of a restaurant in Market-street, has recently opened the London Pie House and Refresh ment Rooms at 111 Pitt-street, near Hunter street. Mr. Berg provides a cold lunoheon daily, in addition to light refreshments, tea, coffee, &c, at any hour at very moderate prices. The rooms are open on Sundays from 5 to 8 p.m. for the convenience of people requiring toa in town. He : ' The hot weather always affects my foet.' She: 'How strange, so it does mine.' Ho (sympathetically) : '|Ah, kindred souls.'
ENGLAND V. COMBINED TEAM. Batting on a Bad Wicket. BRISBANE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
ENGLAND t. COMBINED TEAM. Batting on a Bad Wicket. (BY WIEE — tfKOM OTTB OWN COEBESPONDENT.) Brisbane, Saturday Night. The weather to-day was showery, and as a consequence the wicket was not at its best. Play was not commenoed till 12.20, when Couingham and M'Donnell opened with the bat for the combination against Riohardson and Peel. Both batsmen commenced to force runs, Coningham hitting Pool over the fence. A shower of rain, however, stopped play until luncheon. Resuming, sawdust was plenti fully used by the bowlers. The wicket began to bump badly, Eichardson being very dan gerous. The attendance increase'd largely as the rain cleared off, and the atmosphere grew brighter, but tho wickots fell quickly. M'Donnell was taken at point with 89 on the board, and a run later Coningham was secured in tho slips for 20. Iredale and Gregory brought the ficoro to 63, aud then Richard son bowlod the lattor for 15. Bradley assisted Iredale to bring tho score to 89, when Philipson took a snick ...
NEW MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
NEW MUSIC. Mr. Aug. W. Juncker sends along his latest song, entitled ' Love's Last Appeal,' which, by-the-bye, has been sung nightly at Her Majesty's pantomime by Miss Florence Esdaile. Tho music is tuneful and in good taste, and is sufficiently musicianly to make the song a success. ' Crom-a-Boo,' tin Irish football song com posed by Sydnoy F. Hoben, is a rollicking composition, which should appeal to the sympathies of footballers in Australia. There is a lively cborua, which will many a timo be sung dnring the ensuing football season. Messrs. Paling and Co. are the publishers.
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.' Sands' Sydney Dibeotoby has come to be regarded as an indiBponsu-bh) adjunct to busi nesB man, and the edition for the present year, recently published, preserves all the well-known features of systematic and methodical compilation, accuracy of detail, and fnlness of information for whioh previous lfiwnpR hn.vp* hftnnmo fn.mnna T'lifi alnluilifthioal portion is in point of fact a comprehensive reflex of the eutire population of the city and suburbs, and as the information upon which it is baaed has been collected by personal can vass, its accuracy is unquestionable. The street directory for the wnoie of the metro politan district forma a complete and reliable puide to the Yarious localities, whilst the trades and professional directory constitutes an equally trustworthy index to tho various occupations of the residents. The miscel laneous department comprises a mass of valuable information regarding Govermantal and Parliamentary listB, civil, naval, and milit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
ONLY 3 WEEKS MORE, I tad the Opportunity of seouring iBargsuns of an - ... Unprecedented kind at ? . „ ^ ? MICK SIMMONS' y GREAT CLEARANCE SALE, j Will hare vanished like a beautiful dream. All rou, therefore, who wish to save money, hod better some along to the Haymarket bofore it la too late ; i Mid there ia a special reason why you should come now, for by the just arriyod R.M.S. OUZCO the following attractive goods oro to hand :— ELEVEN CASES OF STATIONERY, Including special lines of Account, ExerciBe, and Memo. Books, 'Metallic' Pocket Books, ? Stationery, Cabinets, Floral, Tinted, and White : Note Paper. : TIVEPENCE FOR FIVE QUIRES is all that is asked for cream-laid White Note, instead of Is, as usual; and only 6d each for Fountain Pens, sold elsewhere at Ss and 4s. STEPHEN'S BLUE BLACK INK, at Id a bottle, also came hy the Cuzco, ton big casks of it ; and so did 60 GROSS OF ART PENHOLDERS, which will be cleared at 3d each, instead of Is. Is 6d, and 2b. Come early that you may...
SOCIAL ITEMS ENGAGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
[?] ' ENGAGEMENTS. T?PY1DTT * ¥»V ? - ? 18— 'Walton's weekly assembly, at Snrreyville. 18 — MVM.Han and Wallace's Ass., Mus. Institute. IP — T'rlnjcle and Miller's Weekly Abb., Leigh House. 21 — \i hursday Chowder Bay Fortnightly Assembly. The Railway and Tramway Musical Society will give its second concert in the Railway Institute, Devonshire-street, on Monday evening. The concert is under the patronage of the Commissioners, and a good programme will be presented The first annual smoke concert in con nection with the Soft Goods Warehouse Cricket Association took place at Aaron's Exchange Hotel on Friday eveniug. Mr. J. B. HiL'ier (Alcock Bros.), presided. The programme was lengthy, but every item was well rendered. Ifc opened with the 'Parade March/'' by Mr. A. J. Tartakover. 'Nea' (Mr/ Clare), and flute selection (Mr. A Combe) were exceedingly good. 'The Tattered Flag ' was sung by Mr. R. Shepherd, and met with an encore. Mr. L. Browne gave ' Here Upon my Vessel's Deck ' ; Mr. Eis...
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
ITEMS OF QITEBEST. ? «? ? ''*' There are four times as many Irishmen in the United States as Englishmen. ' It has always been my aim in life to , imitate a pood example,' the counterfeiter remarked as he began working on a new set of dies. Look at our prices : Grilled rumpsteak or^ chops, mashed potatoes, broad, butter, and* tea, 6d. John Ball Catering Co., 72 King-st.# Eeedley : ' Why do yoa smoke continually from morning until night?'' Weedley : ' It's the only time I get. I sleep from night till morning.' . By allowing your children to use Amykos they will preserve the healthy condition of their mouth and teeth.* Head of Firm : ' Humph ! Booker off again to-day? What's his excuse this time? A lame one, I'll bet!' Clerkem : ' Te3, sir; broke his leg, sir.' By constant use of Amykos sweetness of breath is achieved.* A man told his daughter that if she learnt to work he would give her a surprise. She learned the art, and he surprised her by dis charging the servant girl. Binks : ' T...
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Elsewheee in this issue Mr. J. W. Cook baine, who was a candidate for the Lewishau Ward, Petersham, returns thanks to tha electors who supported him ia the recent contest. The vacancy in the representation of tho Coogee Ward of the Band wick Council is likely to be filled by tho unopposed ro-olootioa of Mr. W. Larmour, all the other candidatoa having agreed to retire with a viov? to Mr. Larmour's return. 'With reference to the proposed change in the method of distributing Government advertising, it has been mooted that Mr. Crichett-Walker, Principal UnderSeore tary, would be the best possible officer to take the control of this matter. His ex perience, not only of the Colonial Secre tary's Department, but of tho whole Service, it is thought, would eminently qualify him for the duty, and thore Is no doubt that general confidence would bo placed in Mr. Walker's judgment and im partiality.
A CIVIL SEE VICE INVESTIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
A CIVIL SfiJRVlCE INVESTIGATION. Some serious charges having been made against an official in the Colonial Secre tary's Department, a board of enquiry, of which Mr. A. C. Fraser, Under-Secrotary for Justice, was chairman, has been inves tigating the matter, aud has arrived at the conclusion that the charges have been substantiated. A reporfc.to this effect will be forwarded to the Minister, who will decide upon the course to be pursued. — - - . . _
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
' PERSONAL. The new Admiral is not a Bridge of Size. Mr. M'Millan leaves for Europe on the 25th insfc.. Mr. J. H. Carruthers, Minister for Lands, is now known as ' Cssar.' Sir George Dibbs is billed to speak at Tamworth on Tuesday evening. Mayor Byrnes, of Parraniatta, now fills the office for the sixteenth time. Sir Eobert and family are still at Hobart. Americans in Sydney are very much annoyed with the Eev. W. G. Taylor for his statements in reference to debauchery in San Francisco. The funeral of the Superintendent of the Labor Bureau will take place during the ensuing weak— at least, so Mr. Creer ia informed in a threatening letter. Coming to Sydney by the K.M.S. Eome to-morrow — Prince Joseph of Battenberg, younger brother of Prince Heury of that ilk, husband of Princess Beatrice. Mr. Henry Macnamara, jun., elected for Forest Lodge Ward, Glebe, is said to be the youngest alderman iu New South Wales. He is 22 years of age, and a smart business man. Mr. W. M'Millan, M.P., will b...
DON'T BE SCARED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
DON'T BE SOARED. Me. Ejeid says that there is no reason to 1 alarmed at the decrease in the reventu shown during last week. Alarmed? Good gracious ! no ; not we, All things are right as right can be, And .New South Wale3 not up a tree. Alarmed? Disarmed Are all suspicions on the spot, What Reid has said iB not, is not, We do not care a blessed jot, .Not a jot. Alarmed? Wo have no call for that ; Our country's large, our Premier fat, Henoo apprehension. Scatl * *'' Begone! Sad one. Hey I bring tho tabor and the jag, We'll smite old Borrow i' the mug ; The old deficit's safe and snug — ? It's grave is dug. And buried now along with Fear 'Twill be by Premior .Reid, we bear; So fill your glass with local beer, Aud Bhont About 'The royal reign of Eeid the First' (Just hero wo pause to quench our thirst) | He'll pull the people through or burst — Moat likely burst. —The Owit.
UNGRATEFUL TAYLOR. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "SUNDAY TIMES.") [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
UNGRATEFUL TAYLOR. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ' SUNDAY TIMES.') Sir,— The Telegraph: or tne yhi met. opens an interview with ono of the late '* returned ' as follows :— The Rev. Geo. W. Taylor, who, iu May, 1893, left Australia, on a ' financial tiissio'u ' — otherwise on a leoturing tour, with a view to gathering money to assist in liquida ting the debt on the Centenary Hal^ property in Vnrl--Rf.rpi-t — returned vesterdav.' 'Financial mission ' is good, and if people in foreign lands can be persuaded to cast in t'ueir mites towards discharging a lien on a ball kept to rent for entertainments, it is surely a good thing for those financially re.-ponsiblc for the debt. The return recorded wbn.t was probably the most extended begging tour ever conceived by man, and the collection of between J230OO and .£4000 shows the suooess of the ' financial mission.' After doing Europe, the Eev. Taylor cvos?ed to America, and visited New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, and nmiiy more of the b...
POLICE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
POLICE COURTS. There wa9 a pretty large list at the Central, but tho cases were mostly of a trivial natnre. One woman, an old offender in the imbibing line, who was trembling like an aspen leaf from excessive drinking, was fined 10s or 14 days. Strong Language. — Robert Matthews and Henry O'Brien were each fined £1 or 14 days for using -very bad language in the street. demands. — Thomas Smith, 29, sailor, till Monday, on a charge of stealing a coat, &c, Valued at ^63 ; and Charles Clementeon, till Wednesday, on a charge of assaulting John Healy, whose face was very much battered. Stealing Reans. — A ColeRtial was sent to paol for sis weeks for stealing 2a worth of beans, the property of anothor of the samo race, at the markots, where petty thieving is a source of great annoyance. Vajjrancy. — Emily Ditchman, who gave her sge as 22, but according to Sergeant Cham ps, wbas 20 in 1890, pleaded guilty to con duct coming under the Vagrant Section. She paid she bad a child aged 7,...
ANOTHER MARITIME DISASTER. Wreck of the Candidate and Loss of the Crew. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
ANOTHER MARITIME . DISASTER. Wreck of the Candidate and Loss of the Crew. Intelligence came to hand yesterday afternoon from Port Macquarie of the cap sizing of the ketch Candidate at the bar. The pilot boat went out to the rescue, but owing to the heavy sea its services were of little avail, and the whole of- the crew are believed to be drowned. Poet Macqtjaeie, Saturday Evening. Two bodies have been recovered, that of the master, Captain Gas Freman, and the cook, John Martin. The names of those missing are not known. The Candidate waa fast breaking up last evening. The Candidate was a wooden vessel of 86 tons, built at Terrigal in 1885, and was owned by Mr. Thomas Davis. It iB bo 1 ieved $hat the ketch was insured.
WARWICK FARMS RACES. MITRE AND VOLNEY. Cobbitty's Brother Shapes Well-Kelse in Form- A Good Day's Racing. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
WAEWICK FAEM BACES. I MITRE AND VOLNEY. t'obbitty's Brother Shapes Well— Xelso in Form— A Good Day's Racing. Favored by a fine day the Warwick Farm Club had a first-rate day's sport on the George's Eiver course yesterday. After two drenching Saturdays the change to sunshine was much appreciated by the large crowd of people who journeyed by special train to the meeting. Everything there was np to a satis factory standard as regards management, and the programme was run off without a hitch or an unpleasant item. The handicap ping work of Mr. W. C. Qulnton turned ont very satisfactory in three of the events, and as the going waa sound and true, the running was probably reliable. Common was a special fancy for the Flying Handioap, but the race was very open. All There and Plain Bill oarried a deal of money also, and no less than nine were solidly supported. Half a-dozen rendered a very good acoount, and the race looked very undecided a hundred yards from home. Here Mitre forged ahead fr...
MARIBYRNONG RACES. (BY WIRE-FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
MARIBYRNONG RACES. (BY WIRE — TEOM OTTB OWM COBBBSPONDENT.) Melbourne, Saturday Nigbt. The Maribyrnong races were held to-day in tremendously hot weather. Results t— TEIAL HANDICAP— 5J furlongs. Mr. S. Fielder'a Eubbish (late Peaoook, by Sar donyx— Vanity, 9st lib (Sanderi) ? 1 Faultless, 8»t 101b (Brown) ? 2 Merella, 8st 31b (Power) ? 8 Other starters: Ito 8st 81b, Carlottft 7at 121b, Glittering Gem 7st 71b, and Granddame 7at71b. Betting : 7 to 4 t Bubbish, 2 to 1 Faultless or Merella. Won easily by a length. Time, lmin Siaeo. SELLING HUEDLE EACE— li mile. Wannabee, by Coronet-Pomona, 9st 91b (Brewer) 1 Mylitta, 9st lllb (Edge) ? 2 Blue and White, 9st 'Jib (M'Namara) ? 3 Other starters '? First Arrow and Shandon. Bet tinsr : Evens Wannabee, 5 to 2 v Shundon. Won by & length and a half. Time, Smin 8seo. WELTEB HANDICAP— 7 furlongs. Quickmnrch, by Mlddlemaroh, 9at 41b (O'Don nell) ? 1 Eoella, lOst (Gardner) ? 2 Chinniquy, 8*t 1Mb (Campbell) ? 3 Other starters : Leap Year 9st ...