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

g a _k DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED.

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

? Fish, Ijiame, muk. ? 3ST.S.W. FBESH FOOD MD ICE CO,, LTD, vox MILK, CREAM, ICE, FISH, GAME,. v. ^OXJLTET, BUTTER, ^ASTRX HEAD OFFICE— 25 HARBOR-STREET. BODALLA CHEESE The Finest in the Market. Our Registered Brand is on Every Cheese. BODALLA BACON Corn Fed and Mild Cure. BODALLA HAMS In get up and quality are Equal to the Best ENGLISH. JOHN SIIEARWIN, WHOLESALE AGENT, 229 SUSSEX-STBEET. Hotels. ROBERTS' SINGLE BOTTLE DEPARTMENT, MARKET-STREET, Next George-stbeet. LOOK AT THE PEICES. HENNfeSST'S ?*? PALE BRANDY, 6s 3d USHEB'S SPECIAL EESEEVE WHISKY, 4s. BROWN'S FOUR CROWN WIIISKY, Ss 9d. WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS, 4s and 2s. Corner of PARK and GEORGE STREETS. This Well-knowc, Popular, and Old-Established Hotel is conducted under a. thoroughly practical management. Only the VERY BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS, WINES, &c, are served, and MARSHALL'^ CELEBRATED ALES (always in prime oondition) are on draught. In quality the drinks supplied will bear favorable comparison with any hotel in the Ci...

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THEY SAY- [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

THEY SAT— 1 That ' Nu ' is getting old and ugly. HThat the EusBian NihilistB are waking up n again. yTbat Sir Henry thinks— after Parkea— the deluge. ', That the Newcastle colliers have learnt a bitter lesson. - ? . f That 'mayor by lot' discounts the ^nity * oi cne position. J,Tbat Carbine's life is insured for .£10,000 ! by his new owner. '-JThat high duties are the cause of low a quality in liquors. ^That there will be a tobacco boom in ij K.S.W. before long. ^That the P. and 0. Company will not re ii linquish their lascars. ^That the squabbling for suburban mayoral 1 ties is hardly edifying. Tnat the Attorney-General's return will supply a long-felt want. ?That Mr. M'Millan is to be accorded a boomer banquet farewell. Teat the condition of the farmers on the { coastal rivers is really pitiable. Tnat the recent Intercolonial visitors to 1 Hobart nearly drank the place dry. iThat the Kev. J. Campbell's gold finding , scheme is likely to get a fair trial. That Sir Henry Parkes aspi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

Plaite and Tails, all Eeal Hair (20 inches long), 5s Gd. Fringes made of Natural Curly Hair, from 8s 6d. Combings or Cuttings worked up fir 2s Gd plr ounoe. Private and Theatri cal Wigs to order and for Hire. The Latest Hair Frames, for dressing tho hair on, with, instructions, Is each. Country Orders receive prompt attention, and Posted free. King and . Ocean sts . Cable Trams paaa *? the door. Get ont Bourte-st. « For W. H. WIGZELL'S, 126 WILLIAM-STBEET, SYDNEY (Only.) We axe the Cheapest in Sydney.

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

Durability, Value, Al Quality. '? HAVING COMPLETED THE ADDITIONS TO THEIE SPACIOUS PKfiMISES, - ; THEY ARE NOW SHOWING A MOST RECHERCHE STOCK OF ? Elegant Jewellery, Diamond Goods, Watches, Solid Silyer .. and Silver Electro-plate, &c, , ' The Very Cr.eain of the Home Markets 25 to 40 per cent. Under Usual Mates. The Variety, Artistic Character, Excellenoe, and LOWNESS OF PEICE of Every Article we offer renders a Visit of Inspection at our . iml^gkot^icent s.ajloo:n'S a pleasure to all who Study Economy, or who desire the .Best of Everything at th8 Lowest Cost ; while ,. OUE STTPEEB PREMISES AEE WITHOUT EXCEPTION THE FINEST IN AUSTRALASIA. Manufacturing Jewellers, Diamond Merchants, Watch manufacturers* Silversmiths, and Direct Importers, 412 GEORGE-STREET and STRATO, SYDHEY. 96 KeTTgate-street, ? 97 Swanstou-street, 94 Queea-street, London. Melbourne. Auckland. S.Z.

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

- YOU WILL GET IT 'OHEAPEB' AT MARK FOY'S. v i i \ I' i

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

^ 111 r-i /T% lo ^ £^k£C!!lfl iUs ^FjLil^Jt^Ji JLJL^480 George S^Sjdneij- ? SIX ENAMELLED CABINETS, TOGETHERT ' fOR WITH A BEAUTIFUL ENLABG-EMENT I, ? - ?'- ''?' ON OPAL OE PERMANENT BEOMIDE . f . '/'.& @T) Size 10 x 12 inches. I c ?? . -

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

DO NOT BE GULLED WITH COSTLY ADVERTISEMENTS, but obtain fall value Jor yonr money.' CEYLON Golden Tips, 2b 3d, Is Od. Is 6d, la 3d per lb. E. H. HARRIS t»d CO., Teamen, 21 Strand.* x

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

PURE AND MELLOW. CHOICEST SPIBIT IHPQETSD. . ' &©©& for Fffiao Coupons UJiadeff dopsiaaeQ. .

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"A SILKY, DARK MOUSTACHE." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

'A SILKY, DARK MOUSTACHE.' 11 Suez' writes : — I decidedly prefer a gen tleman to wear a moustache only. A Bilky, dark, carefully-trained moustache improves a gentleman's appearanoe wonderfully. Of course I do not moan by ' carefully-trained ' ono of those absurdities one sometimos sees, elaborately waxed and twistod, and sticking out straight like goose-quills. They are horrid. So is a ooarse, thick, drooping mous taohe, a voi'itablo ' soup-aifter.' I dislike to see a man oloan-shavod, unless ho has haud soino, olaasio features, a la Apollo Bolvidere, and, unfortunately, such men aro Buarce — in Sydney, at least. I also dislike a goatee, it makes its owner's face too much like a hatohot ; and I have a thorough and deop-rooted antipathy towards beards and whiskers, more especially those stupid ' mutton-chop ' whiskers, or ' bonuot-stringa,' as I have heard Yonnt? Australia term thorn. Of course we have all read how the immortal Mr. Man talini managed to Jive very well by moans of hi...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLEAN SHAVING WILL KILL KISSING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

CLEAN SHAVING WILL KILL KISSING. ' Very Particular '* thinks that all young men should woar a moustaohe only until they are about 30 or 35 years of age. It makes them look younger and smarter. I don't like full-grown beards. I havo always notiood tho wearers of them are very vain. I don't altogether dislike whiskers. They suit somo faces. Deliver us from the men with clean shaven faoeB I , It makes thorn look too muoh like the wrong sex, or, what ia worse, it makes them resemble the Chinese. I hope some of the men will tako this hint, and not disfigure themselves in our eyss. If they all wore olean shaven faces, kissing would soon die a natural death.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"A FIGURATIVE RAINBOW OF HAIR." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

'A FIGURATIVE RAINBOW OF HAIR.' 'Mario' breaks into verse, of whioh the following is an example : — Shall I reason this matter as lover or wife? Shall I thraah out examples for each ? Whether whiskers or barenoHS applying to life As a fashion a moral can teach P If a lover, perhaps, the eyes and moustache, And tell it in Gath, the spice of tho mash Is the lips and moustaohios oombined. But the beard that flows over the face of the maid. Extensive, superfluous quite, As they coo to the moon 6ft oh an go 8 the jade, And brands tho poor wearer a ' fright I' So the handsome young man (hero's a wrinkle for him), Bo he young, dark, or forty, or fair, Must wear on his lips, to suit girlish whim, A fig'rative rainbow of hair 1

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BEARD "NOT SO ROUGH." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

A BBAED 'NOT SO EOUGE.' ' A Now Beginner ' displays somo acquain tance with her subject in those lines-: — A gentleman needs to study his features and the shapo of his face to find which Buits him best. A young gentleman looks best with a well kept raoustaoho only. It gives him a stylish appearance. For an older gentleman a moustache and close cut beard aro best. They look manly, impart a business air, and command respect ; in faofc, add a tone to his appearance. Clean shaving suits so very few. Only those who have a good expression across the lower part of the face should venture to discard the upper lip adornment, for a. woman as a rule can read a man through by tho ex fression of his mouth and lips. For my part like a close-out beard, pointod Slightly at the chin ; it is softor. and not so rongh as the close-shaved face, whioh is too rough for a lady's delioate skin.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DOES NOT LIKE "SIDEBOARDS." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

DOES NOT LIKE ' SIDEBOARDS.' 'Hirsutia' thus naively treats the sub ject:— While I think it'o hardly fair to expect ?women to Btop out from thoir naturally retir ing disposition to discuss such a snbjeot aB this, yot as our real names will only be known to you, and Bomeone will bo a guinea the better, I will give you my Spinion, for I sup pose we all have an opinion about it. I don't like an entirely smooth face, it gives a sort of smug, sneaky look, which only become lawyers or actors, who have to use different disguises for their faces. As to what aro called ' side boards' I don't liko them, becauoe they often look as if they wore but a continuation of the hair of the head, and are neither one thing nor the other. Then oomoa tho beard only. I don't like it on young men, but for elderly men, if they would only keep their boards beautifully olean like ? a gentleman I have seen, who was high up in the Post Office, very good, but it must bo a lot of trouble. After all, I think the fas...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"AN EGG WITHOUT SALT." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

' AN EGG WITHOUT SALT.' 'Sweet Seventeen' disingenuously de clares for a moustache : — As a rule men look better, and are moro admired by ladies when they wear moustaches only, although some facos are certainly improved by wellkept, pointed, small boardR and whiskers. A beard only, with tho rest of the face shaved, is, in my opinion,- repulsive, no matter how trimmed and arranged. As to the olean Bhaven man, I may quote tho old saying that 'a kiss without a moUBtacho is like an egg without salt;' although, liko another youpg lady who was asked for her opinion on the eubjeot, I havo, of course, never tried a-a- an egg without salt !

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THE TRAIGHT TIP [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

[?] [if ' Erevj Bullet has its BUl«t.' By the time a rtimor flies around one block it becomes a lie. ? -o If a woman can't keep a secret, why is it such an awful job to get at her age ? 1 -0 ' ' That no one will take a fellow's word is not necessary proof that he will keep it. About the beat that most people are able to do is to express somebody else's opinion. o — — — — The men not only have to sit behind hats at the theatre, but they have to pay for them. , It is little remarkable that in these days the greatest amount of white-washing is done with ink. A man should have no secreta from his wife except surprises he iB getting up for her birthday. It is injurious for a man to smoke who always haKrow.8 a cigar and a match. The injury is confined principally to his friendB. It is more romantic and bettor for the digestidn to sleep with wedding cake under tho pillow than to sleep with it in the stomach. _ Tho reason for some fashionable women changing their minds bo often is due pro b...

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

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POETRY AND PLAIN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

POETET AND PLAIN TALK, ' Leiono' thus practically and trenchantly exDres368 her opinions : — I prefer to seo a man with a nicely-trained moustaohe only — a moua taoho that in tho engagement with tho buffet soup is responsible for no dirty drip. A moustache, in a word, that curls back archly and gracefully over the glistening toeth like the symbolic rainbow after the season or soaking rain. I incline to the belief that a man who wears a full beard, other than to hido a scar or protect a weak throat, is a man of lazy habits; one who is too indolent to undertake the responsibilities of the daily shave. And as a careless man is always to be noted by a straggling beard, so I think the 'adornment' should be removed completely. Tha ' goatee ' is a vulgar fashion, and in many cases distinguishes tho gambler and sharper. The side whisker is to my thinking emblematic of the soft, looney Sunday-meeting person who affects tho world's salvation in dividually, and the pointed beard bespeaks the t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POPULAR DISCUSSION FOE LADIES ONLY. Whiskers, Beard, or Moustache? [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

POPULAR DISCUSSION ? ^ ? . FOR LADIES ONLY. Whiskers, Beard, or Mous tache ? Upon the subject of men's hirsute adorn ment we have received a number of very readable letters, the following being the firet instalment. Letters will be received up to Thui-Hday, February 20. As usual, one guinea will be awarded the writer of the letter adjudged the best : — MUST SHAVE WISELY AND WELL. ' Mo ' sayB it all depends upon tho taste of the lady interested. 'For my part,' she adds, 'I like a man's appoaranoo best when all traoo of the tell-tale whisker or moustaohe is ab3ont. Ago presents itself much loss harsbly when the changing hair is sacrificed at the shrine of the barber. My choice-must be a man who shaves wisely and well.'

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

- CYCLING. ? (By ' Wheeleb.') Fowles left for Adelaide on Friday night, having been unable to get away for the first day's racing. He has 50yds in the Half Mile (in which ho baa a ohance), 00yds in the Mile, 150yds in the Two Miles, and 210yds in the Three Miles Eaco. Matters in regard to tho big raoe meeting of the League in Sy'dnay are progressing most satisfactorily. Tho total prizo-money, ^£378, is larger man over givtm m ^.uBtraiia j it is well divided amongst several races, and to enter for tho lot will only cost ^62 Ss. Eiders will be present from New Zealand, Tasmania, Victoria, South Australia, and Queensland, and from every town of importance in New South Wales. Fully 200 cyclists will compete. The League of Wheelmen held their or dinary meeting on Friday night, Mr. Hans low in tho chair. A great deal of correspon dence was brought forward by the Beo retary, aud tha businoss has inoreased so muoh that it was decided to meet weokiy, commencing on Monday week. The reci proci...

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