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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
. AARON'S EXCHANGE HOTEL CO. (LIMITED), GEESHAM-STREET, SIDNEY. Extensive Improvements have been effected in the Culinary Department and Table Appointments of the Hotel, and the Tariff has been revised and Seduced. The Hotel Accommodation is of the moat comfortable character, and Booms 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. 510 GEOfiGE-STKEET, OPPOSITE HEW MAEKEXS,
ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
ROWING. The race for .£400 and the English Cham pionship, postponed from Monday last, owing to the ioe, was to have been rowed on tho Tyne yesterday. But in view of reports as to weather, Sullivan and Harding will no doubt have to submit to another delay.
LILLIE BRIDGE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
LILLIE BRIDGE RACES. There was a very good attendance at Lillie Bridge last night, when a pedeBtrian handicap and two pony races were run. Following ore the results : — 100yds PEDESTEIAN HANDICAP. C. PorTKii, 8yds ? 1 Other starterB in final : W. Abbott 7iyds, J. Young 8yds, A. Maxileld 8yds, J. Quilkey 8ydB. Betting : 6 to 4 on Potter, 2 to 1 v Young or Max fleld, 4 to 1 others* Won by a foot from Youug, Maxfleld, and Quilkey, who finished togather. LILIPUTIAN HANDICAP (12.0 to 12.0*)— 3 fur longs. Mr. W. Page's Fashion, Hat 91b (Eyanl ? 1 Other starters : Colleen Bawn Bet 91b, Ethel 9-it 61b, Little Harry 8st, CeriBe and Blue 7st 5lb. Bet ting: 6 to 4 v Ethel or Colleen Bawn, 2 to 1 Fashion, 4 to 1 others. Woa by a length from Ethel. Time, 47Jsec. CLUB HANDICAP (13.3 to 14.0)— J-mile. Mr. H. Dillon's Winnie, 9at 101b (French) ... 1 Other startovs: Alicia ICBt 31b, Daiay Sst 71b, Eose Mary Bst, Brown Bess 7«t 121b. Betting: Even money Alicia, 2 to 1 v Winnie or Eoae Mary, 4 to 1 ot...
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
SWIMMING. The Balmain team not being able to attend at the Natatorinm next Tuesday evening, the polo matoh with the Bondi Club, arranged for that evening, liaa been postponed, as also the Inter-club Handicap advertised for that oooa aion. J. H. Hellings, the presont 100yds and 200yds Amateur Champion swimmer, will next Tuenday evening, the 19th inst., endeavor, without costume, to lower the world's 100yds reoord of lmin 2 2-5seo, hold by W. J. Gormly. The attempt will be made over the champion Bhip oouroe, at the Natatoriam, Pitt-street, and the time will be verified by at least three chronometer watohes, held by competent time-takers. ?
NORTH SYDNEY BEAT UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
NORTH SYDNEY BEAT UNIVERSITY. An exciting fiuish was witnessed to this match, North Sydney winning by 4ruus. Scores s— NOKTH SYDNEY. H. Deane, b Wall ? „, 17 F. Wade, b Garrett ? 43 Sampson, b Uarrett ? ... 14 Jenkins, b Garrett ? , ? 8 H. Wade, b Wall ? 2 W. C. Duff, b (iarrett ? 8 DoueRhue, b (iarrett ... ... „, 0 J.C. WhoaLley, b White ? 4 Bercery, t Garrett ? , ? 10 H. Whealey, not out ? n Shepherd, b White ? - 2 Sundries ? 10 Total ? ? 124 N. White took two for 32, A. Wall two for 29 T. W. Garrett sis for SO. UNIVEESITY. T. W. Garratt, b Bercery ? „. 33 A. Crawloy, b Jankius ? 24 H. Terry, b JeukiuB ? 2 Shortlund, o aud l- Bfircery ? 8 li. White, 0 H. Wude, b Bercery 0 A. Wail, lbn-, lu Bercery ... ... '. 0 Baxter, c Sampson, b Bercery ? la E. S. Vollack, b Barcery ? 7 B. Colreavy, run out ... , ? 19 Halu, b Bercery ... ? 0 M'Tagfjert, not out ? 6 Sundries ? ,„ ... 9 Total ? 120 M. Bercery took seven for 41, and B. Jenkins two for U3.
EAST SYDNEY BEAT LEICHHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
EAST SYDNEY BEAT LEICHHAHDT. The East Sydney team defeated Leiohhardt on the latter' s ground by threo wiokets and 114 runs. Scores : EAST SYDNEY— Pirat Innings. C. Eichard3on, c Jones, bEenBhaw ... 64 J. Gould, b Connell ? .?„ 82 W. Bichnrdson, b Connell ? 19 H. Eobinson, h o w, b Watson ? 1 Hinchey, b Storey ? , ... 21 G. Pitt, b Woolcott ? 6 A. Mitchell, c Norris, b Connell ,.. 46 D. Sheridan, not out ... ... ... 17 E. i'itzgerald, not out ... ? 8 Sundries ? ? 5 Seven wickets for ? , ... 219 Bowxih* Ajulysis. O. H. B. TT. T. Connell ? 26 5 63 3 J. Storey ... „. ... 16 0 68 1 Wooloott ? 7 0 30 1 Morris ? ... 6 .0 23 0 Watson ? ...' ... 3 0' 17 1 Benshaw ? 3 0 12 1 Meaney ? 1 0 1 0 LEICHHAEDT— First Innings. T. Storey, c Mitchell, b W. Bichardson 33 J. Meaney, c Burton, b Shea ? 0 Norris, b Shea ? 9 Furness, c .Burton, b Shea ? 22 Woolcott, b bhea ? 5 Jones, c Hiuchey, b W. Richardson ... 7 T. Conuell, b Pitt ? 13 G. Preston, c Fitzgerald, b Shea ... 10 Holts, thrown out ? „ .„ X l...
ELECTORAL CRICKET. CENTRAL CUMBERLAND v. MANLY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
ELECTORAL CRICKET. CENTRAL CUMBERLAND v. MANLY. This match was concluded yesterday on the Parramatta Ground. The locals resumed their Innings with eipht wickets down for 171. S. Wal ford increased his ccoro to 134, when he hit his iviokot. The innings terminated for 214. Kanly succeeded in making only 85 in their first innings, but following on, throe wiokets had fallen for 151 at tho call of time. The first two wiokets fell for 0, but Woods and S. Ridge getting together gave the fleldera a lively timo, running up 1A0 in an hour. TherO were several 4'a in Ridge b pcore, and Woods had no fewer than nine4's as well as two 5's, clean hits right over the fence. Scores : — CENTEAL CUMBE ELAND— First Innings. S. B. 'Watford, h o w, b Fraser ? 184 L. Pye, o Pritchett, b W. Frazer ... S J. 'Wilson, b W. Frazer ? 0 B. O'Connor, b Eowe ? 13 D. O'Eeilly, o Eidge, b W. FraEer ... 2 A. Church, b 'W. Frazer ? ... 5 'W. A. Brodie, c and b W. Frazer ... 0 Thorpe, c F. Eidge, b S. Eidgo ... ... 0 Mi...
CRICKET. CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
CEIOKET. CRICKET NOTES. Drawn games were expeoted to ensue yes terday in the premiership contests, and in most oaso8 anticipations were realised, though in one or two instances victories were ohroniclod. South Sydney and Canterbury, at the Cricket Ground^wero unable to finish, though if they had done so the Souths would probably have won. On a flrst-olass pitch Canterbury made only 164 rune, two batsmen scoring 108, Jones, of the Grammar School, making £6 by capital batting, and Griffiths 52 steadily. Both were given lives, so that South Sydney may thank faulty fielding for their inability to win tho game during the afternoon: South Sydney, in an hour and a-half, knocked np 76 for the loss of two wiokets. Atkins making 41 in taking style, E. Donnan 20 not out, and Furness 15 not out. Paddington and the Globe drew the people largely at Wentworth Park, and they played a drawn game— on paper in favor of Padding ton. The play was a surprise, inasmuch as the local obampions were very adj...
ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
ACCIDENTS. The following were admitted to Sydney Hospital last evening: — Alfred Georgo, a schoolboy, suffering from a serious injury to tho abdomen, said to have boen caused by a brick thrown at him while at play. Cathe rine Dangar, 45, of Walker-street, North Shore, taken to the institution by Water Police Constable Bew — a laoerated wound on ha ankle joint, accidentally received. A. May bee, merchant, Workworth, writes : ' I havo sold some hundreds of bottles of Canadian Healing Oil, and it Is pronounced by j the publio, 'one of the host modioinea they i have ever used ;' it has dono wonders in healing and relieving pain, sore throat, &o. I and is worthy of the greatest confidence.0 j
OUR TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
OUE TELEPHONE. Hello, Exchange 1 Switch us on to— — One minute, pleaso. A gentleman who nas just oalled in to see the boss desires to con verse with the Sundat Times. Oh! who is he? Don't know his name ; but he's a perky little chap of generous bnild, in regard to breadth, and with a comfortable corporation as those times go. Has he no other distinguishing featnroB? Well, lot'B see — there's a fish sticking out of each coat pocket — looks like Tasmanian salmon ; ho has a watoh-ohain made of twisted bream lines, with a sinker for ornamental pendant ; and there is an odor of prawns about. Indeed ! Tes ; but hore he comes to speak to you. Hello ! Is that the Sunday Times ? Oh, it is — well, I'm Frank Farneil, boss of the Fisheries Commission, just returned. Permit ua to weloomo you ! How Never mind about that ! I want to correct the wrongful impression you have conveyed through your columns, sir, that we were junketting, picnicking', and all that sort of thiug. Why ? Why ! Why, because...
HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
HEEE AND THERE. There are over 100 typhoid fever patients in Perth (W.A.). ? Coolgardie is progressing. They are now considering the early closing question there. Mr. Eussell'a forecast for to-day: — Weather unsettled and squally, with showers. The Coolgaedie Minee in its last issue to hand records the arrival of the first Chinaman on that field. ' I reach and reach, bufc cannot grasp/.' sighs our post, ' The Owl.' He must havo been chasing his hat. 'The Parable of the Petticoats,' by ' Qui Vive,' nezt issue. Also, in the samo number, ' Xenophon' on the Law. Percival'B creamery, butter works, and refrigerating works at Tamworth wera destroyed by fire yesterday morning1. The men under arrest at Coolgardie, charged with the massacre of natives, are Sydney Parry, E. Parry, and M. Fitz gerald. It is understood that a special meeting of the Manly Municipal Council will be held to-morrow evening to consider the wharf question. Why don't men go to church ? Because they have a poor opinion ...
HOBART'S DRY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
HOBART'S MY. 0'wtng to the dry weather and the influx; of visitors, the water supply of Hobart is very low, and unless rain falls soon a water famine may bo experienced. A liquor famine we had guessed Would Hobart Town havo now oppressed, For think of all the wines and beers Consumed by five or six Premiers. ' Influx of visitors,' thoy cry, ' Has pumped our wells and cisterns dry; Too dry indeed to float a dish Or swim the very smallest fish.' That Fiah Commission — hero wo pan.88— To think may also bo the cause Of Hobart's shrnnkon fluid store, For they had also drink galoro. How oad 'twill be if Hobart fails To fill her pots, and pans, and pails, Her hogsheads, qnarter-oasks, and tons And gingorbeer supplies for buns | Six dry Premiers ! No wonder, friends, Tho liquid now so sudden ends ; In faot, 'twill be, we have no doubt, Ten soh'd years or bo of drought. —The Owi
MONEY FREE OF INTEREST. The Starr Bowkett. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
MOtfEY JPJiEE OF INTEREST. The Starr Bowkett. Evert man may become his own landlord by joining the No. 8 Starr Bowkett Benefi* Building Society. The Starr Bowkett ia by no means new t-J this colony, tbo fif3t Society having started here 30 years ngo. Tho No. 8 Starr Bowkett . is a isenont .bniiaing society, divided into 4uuu shares of .£50 each, tho entrance fee being la per ahare, and the subscription Is per share per week. Members are allowed to hold one or more shares, and are entitled to an advance of ^50 per share made by ballot and frco of interest. Theadvances are repaid by weekly instahnento of Is 6d per share per week, the eociety taking an security a mortgage over the property pur chased. The Society is not burdened with promoters* shares, no money received on de« . posit, and no speculations in land. At the close of tho Society non-borrowers receive back all moneys paid by them, with profit addod. Call or write for rules and information to Mr. Bobfc. Chadwiok, tho BQorota...
THE WORLD OF [?] SPORT THE CAMPAIGN OP CRICKET At Melbourne and Brisbane. WARWICK EARM HANDICAP. Volney Wins. SAILING ON SYDNEY HARBOR. Sydney Cricket-Racing Notes-Rowing. Bowling-Sailing-And Harrier Runs. STARTING PRICES OF WARWICK FARM WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
Iliiill -THE CAMPAIGN OP CRICKET At Melbotirne and Brisbane. WARWICK TARM HANDICAP. Volney Wins. SAILING ON SYDNEY HARBOR. ? Sydney Cricket— Racing Notes— Rowing. Bowling— Sailing— And Harrier Runs. STAETING PRICES OF WARWICK v- FARM WINNERS. Mitre, Flying Handicap, 12 to 1. Coolalta, Two Year Old Handicap, 4 to 1. Lex, Farm Stakes, 7 to 1. Volnet, Warwick Farm Handicap, 5 to 2. Bouquet, Selling Eace, 6 to 4 on. Mabie Mat, Paoe Walter, 7 to 1. Light Artillery ia still in work, but goes Tery gingerly. Entries close on Tuesday next for Moroney s 220yds and half-mile handicaps. We notice our old friend ' Penguin ' is Btill in favor with the public and also the Corporation of Manly, to say nothing of visitors to the Manly baths. The annual sale of the Turanville stud will take place at Scone on Tuesday next. The catalogue includes 120 lots. A special general meeting of the Rugby Union will be held at Aaron's Exchange Hotel to-morrow evening to discuss electorate football. For comfort an...
TURANVILLE THOROUGHBREDS AND ROADSTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
TURANVILLE THOROUGHBREDS MJ) ROADSTERS. On Tuesday next will be held the third annual sale of Turanville Stud colts and fillies, as well as a draft of roadsters, the total catalogue being 120 head. Eacing men, and trainers especially, will be interested in the well-bred ones that Messrs. Hi^ifens, Marshall and Co. will submit at auction on the estate at Soone. The Biros of the stock to be sold ? are Invader, DuBileer, JBallarmm, Glenalvon, Speculation, The Works, Gemma di-Vergy, Splendor, Sweet William, Clan Stuart, Julian Avenal, Eapid, Blue Mountain, Manton, Marvellous, St. Oswald, and Yellow Jacket, and it would be odd indeed if some first olass youngsters were not to be found in the fine collection which comprises this year's catalogue. Mr. Thomas Cook has been a suc cessful breeder, and Turanville is a fine nursery for the growing thoroughbred. Some of the marea are well-known to fame already, and thoir colts and fillies will oommand atten tion ii nd ready sale on appearances a...
VICTORIAN TRAINING NOTES. MELBOURNE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
VICTORIAN. TRAINING NOTES. (BY WIRE — FROM OTJR, OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Melbourne, Saturday Night. At Flemington this morning good gallopa were done by Hova and Ophir, and also by The Harvester, the latter was assisted by the Enchanter and Patron, and they ran a mile and three-quarters, Patron being badly beaten. Vanitas beat liinburn over six tur longs, but the time, lmin 21fsec, is not too good. Cobbitty did not finish well at the end of two miles. There were some fair gallops at Caulfiold, J5, Laundress, Barbarian, Malolo, Tullamore, Sternchaaer, Strahan, Straightfire, Bessie Macarthy, Fragment, Damper, and Erl King. All went well.
NEWMARKET AND CUP BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
NEWMARKET AM) CUP BETTING. During the past week Bessie Macarthy, Ganmain, Tullamore, and Fragment, New market candidates, have received sound sup port, while Vanitas haB continued to harden. In the Australian Cnp, Harvester remains favorite, while Cobbitty is firming oon siderably, and Carnage, Preston and Donation are in demand. The following prices are sup plied to ub by Mr. H. Oxenham aa being now available : — NEWMARKET HANDICAP. 8 to 1 v Vanitas 20 to 1 v Fragment 16 to 1 t Ganmain 20 to 1 v Mainstay 16 1*- 1 v Tullamore 20 to 1 v J5 20 to 1 v'BeBsie M'Carthy 25 to 100 to 1 others . . AUSTRALIAN CUP. 5 to 1 v Harvester ' 12 to 1 v Preston 7 to 1 v Cobbitty 12 to 1 v lalnnthus 10 to 1 v Carnage 12 to 33 to 1 others. 12 to 1 v Donation NEWMABKET AND AUSTRALIAN CUP . . , ._ . DOUBLE. . . 1000 to 4 to 20 is on offer.
A WONDERFUL PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
A WONDERFUL PROGRESS. Abe Lincoln said: 'Ton can fool all the people part of the time, some of the people all the time ; but you cannot fool all the people all the time,' which means, after all, that the great consuming public is fair, just, and knows a good tumg wnen id gets it. This is the secret of the phenomenal sale of Frossard's Cavour Cigars. All smokers agree that they are mild and fragrant, whilst their cheapness puts them within range of all olasses, being sold in paokets of 8 for 1b.
PIGEON SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
PIGEON SHOOTING. The third competition for the Spring Cnp took place at the N.S.W. Gun Club's Grounds, Botany, on Saturday, 16th inst., and rexulted in a win out right for mx. A. Ealea, having: previously secured a leg-in, ohootini? with a Purdey gun. following were the scores : — A. W. Bales, 29yds ... ? 111111111 (Winner outright). P. Dnflot, 2SydB ? 111111110 ?Uooma, 27yds ? 111111011 G. B. Modini, 28yds ? ... ... 111110111 F M. Clements, 26yds ? ' ... 11101U11 ?Herbert, 28yda ? 1111101b ?Raynor, 28yds ? ... 10111110 ?Lockwood, 29yds -.; ? ... 1110110 ?Doctor, 24yds ? ... ? 101110 G. B. H'lntoah, 28yds ? 010 ? Assumed names. uBotired. SWEEFSTAIES. No. 1.— Divided; by -.Messrs. Eaynor, M'Intosh, and Duflbt, with 2 lulls. No. 2.— Won outright by, Mr. A. Ealea, with 16 No 8 —Won outright by ?Cooma and Clements, with V kills. ? ' ?
A FIREMAN'S FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895
A FIREMAN'S FUNERAL. The death of Fireman William M'Knight, chief engineer of the Metropolitan Fire Brigade, took place yesterday morning, being the result of a cold caught whilst assisting at the fire at the Pubiio Works office, which occurred some months since. The deceased will be accorded a fireman's funerai. to-day, in which the members of the Metropolitan Fire -Brigade and of the various volunteer brigades will take part. It is arranged to start from the deceased's late residence at 2.30 p.m., proceeding via Niths dale, Liverpool, -and George streets, and Parramatta and Balmain roads, to the Bal main Cemetery. Mr. M'Knight, who was 52 years of age, had been a member of the brigade for many years, and was generally esteemed both in his private capacity and as a reliable and efficient officer.