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REDFERN BICYCLE CUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

EEDFESN BICYCLE CLUB. There was quite a orowd on Kedfern Oval yesterday afternoon, when the looal club brought off some races, and also a oric&et match against Sydney Bicycle Club. It was tho raoiug, however, that attraotod the public, who mostly departed when it was over. The races were : FIVE MILES CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP. J. 0. Cahbbos ? 1 A. E. Wiuinij ? ? 2 T7. J. BoBrasON ? 8 Other starters : E. C. Griffiths, A. J. Griffiths, .t. J. Meagher, and J. C. Hon-ieon. Meagher ovly started to do a bit of pacing, and Harrison gave tip beforo'a mile was run. E. C. Griffiths ana 1{--|-;. son alternately made the paoo at a moderate ralo till tho twonty.fourth lap, the riders being prtU, welV bunched, when Cameron, who waa itJwajs handy, ran right away, and won by about 80yds, Kobiusou bcinp a couple of wheels oii, third, lime 22min IMsec. UNEMILE EOADSTEE NOVICE HANDICAP C. Hkw, 40yds ? 1 , G. Haohisow, SOyds ..v ... ? 2 C. Caupbeli., Soyda ? ... 3 Other starters : W. Bright 20yds, A. l...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LABOR BUREAU. The Manager Threatened. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

THE LABOR 13UEEAU. Tlio Mannger Threatened. Me. Joseph Ceeee, superintendent of the Government Labor Bureau, has in the course of his duties to deal with all sorts of characters, necessitating sometimes the display of a good deal of firmness. Pro bably it is to this fact that he is in debted for the receipt of an anonymous communication auurossea to min turouga the post the other day, and worded verbatim ct literatim as follows : Macdonaldton, Feby. 13, '95. Mr. Ceeee, — I suppose you know already that your time will be verry Bhort en this World, as i boon tult from several of the Un employed that your Funeral will take next Week Some one is getting a Bullot through your head bo bettor make pripperation and look oat.

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CIVIL SERVICE. VII.-JUSTICE AND LAW, What It Costs, [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

CIVIL SERVICE. VII.-JUSTICE AND LAW. What It Costs. (By the 'Sunday Times' Comhisbionee.) The framers of our constitution have never yet been accused of being humorists, but there is a deep and subtle satire under lying the faot that, from an offioial stand point, neither Law, as represented by the Attorney-General and his staff, or police administration, as presided over by the Colonial Secretary, have -any connection with the Department of Justice. .Perhaps, after all, from a strictly ethical standpoint, tbe distinction baa some reason able foundation, and in this respect our by gone statesmen ' builded better than they know.' But sotting aside nice ethical points, and viewing the matter from the standpoint of UTILITARIANISM AND PUBLIC ECONOMY, tho present arrangemont seems an unneces sarily expensive oue. This is proved by tho fact that wo, a handful of peaceable, lavr abjding folk, pay .£660,000 a year for the oflioial preservation of law and order, and if to this sum be added t...

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

A CHURCH TROUBLE. That the position of a country clergyman is not always an enviable one seems evident, if the facts related in a telegram from Temora are to be relied upon. It appears that an extraordinary and melan choly state of affairs was disclosed at a specially-called meeting of the parishioners of the Church of England, held there on Friday night. The meeting was convened to devise some means by which to prevent the sale of the parish clergyman's furniture, which had been distrained upon for rent by a banking institution. Four ladies and three men only were present. One speaker, in commenting upon the state of the parish finances, was vehement in. his denuncia tion of the scandal that is cast upon the Church's adherents, and asserted that on Christmas Day the pastor and hia wife actually had not a meal in the house. According to thio statement Goldsmith's oountry parson who was 'parsing rich on forty pounds a year ' was much better provided for, but we should hardly have exp...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET AT ORANGE. ORANGE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

CRICKET AT ORANGE. Oeanqb, Saturday Night. The Orange and Lucknow cricket teams cou. eluded their fourth match of tho asaaou to-dny. Oriinsro wou by sevou wickets. Lucknow were sent to the wickets last Saturday in n bad light and made SO runs after adjourning twice on account of rain. To-day Orange made 110 in their first inniuga, Lse carrying his bat through for 49, never ffiving a chance. Lucknow then made 111, giving Ora-nga 8'2 to get to win, which they did at a loss of three wickets. Bounor mo-le the winning hit, a Bixer, all run. Clements batted vory well for Lucknow, makin? 82 aud 33. M'Cntcheon bowled best for tho visitors, prottiug six wickets for 47. M'Kay for Luckuoiv took three for 32. .'

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

BOWLiHG. The second round of the Pennant matohes took place on the Balmain and Ash field Greens yesterday. The three olubs still left in the contest are Sb. Loonards, Sfcrathfield, and Balmain. ST. LEONAEDS v CITY. ] These clubs played a gamo on tho Balmain Green j yesterday iu connection with tho pennant matches, i bt. Leonards obtained a lead during tho first half- j hour, which was gradually increased throughout : the gamo, and when time was called they were leading by 12- points. During the afternoon both, oluba repaired to the pavilion, where the president of the City Club proposed the henlth of the winners, and said thn.t he had never seon such, excellent play as had been exhibited by their opponents. Mr. Puuch briefly returned thnnka, niid spoke ineulogiHtietermsof the Balmain Green. The following wero the scores : — St.L. C. Trimble, Macleod, Telley, Board ? 29 — Lyons, Beveridge, Hughes, Hinchclifie... — 27 Brindley, Bligh, Forsyth, Punch ? 26 — Gelding, Muir, Harris, Forsy...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE CYCLING CARNIVAL. (BY WIRE-FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ONE MILE MAIDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

: ABELA1DB CXCLIHCt CAKSIYAL. : (by wibb— from oue ows coeeeotosbehs.) ONE MILE MAIDEN. Firefc heat: G. Boersley, 70yds, Is J. Pauser, 80yds, 2; H. W. Clurk, 15Uyds, 8. Second boat : L. J. Ml'Cormack, lSOyde, 1 j H. B. Ham mer, 50ydG, 2j J. C. Kuball, 40yda, 3. Third heat: J. L. Madden, 4&yds, 1[ J, Anear, : 150yds, 2 j E. J. Bennett, 100yds, 8. VlSAU G. Beislet, 70yds ? 1 J. Pxusek, SOytla ... ,., ... ... 8 H. B. Hjluiiee, 50yds ? ... 3 Time, 2min 24 1-Saoc. ADELAIDE WHEEL EACE— 2ioileB. ? First heat i E. B. BussaJ], lOOjds, 1) F. g Toms, sor, Zj J, J, Uullina, CU/ds. «j U, 3 Bzadr- UQj&m, i. Seoomi heati Bi Ji Sonl nett, 880yds, 1- J'. H. Evan, 2607ds, 2 F. P. Eidley, S20vd8, 3: *H. E. gammer, 220yds, 4. 'Third ' heat : H. C. Downes, SCOyds, l! L. J. WCormaok, 300ydg, 2; J. Hatswoll. 250yds, S : R. Daris, scratch, . 4. Fourth heat : A. A. Middleton (Vic), 40yds, 1 ; J. A. Shearer, 150yds, 2; J. C. Kuljall, 220yds, 8; C. 'Wagner. 240yds, 4. Final Heat to be ran nnrf...

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

. OEIOKET. On Wednesday a team From the Lyceum Theatre journeyed to Manly and nlayod Fairliffht. Scores : FairliRhta, 93, Oldman4S, W. Fraser 15 j Lyceum, 70, Elliott 25, Mnssey 19. Elliott and Thompson bowled successfully for ^Lyceum, and Meaney and FrHser did likewise for Fairlights. Younff ilereautiles defeated the Young Victors l-y an iuuincs. _F. Lassettcr aud Co. boat I Zingari B. on the Northern Domain by 4S runs. Scores : Lassstter, 1U5; Ziugari, 77.. For the formor, Oliver 28 not out, Freeman 25, Fairfax 18, C. Couchor 15. Rod gers and Boylan bowled best for the losers. Bod gerB 34, Boylau 10. For Lassetter, C. Conoher Six wickets for 40, A. Callaway tivo for 23, bowled best. Rcdfern and Sydney Bieyolo Clubs played a matcb. on tho Redfern Oval yesterday afternoon.- When they mot previously it was a draw. The city mon wont in first, and were disposed of for 47, A. Crn.no 14 and A. Edward 15 beiug- the only o'nsa to make a show against Cleary, who got flvu wickets for 15. The...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PAYMENT OF MEMBERS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

PAYMENT OP MEHBERS IN ENGLAND. It would seem that the Radical members of the British House of Commons object to have the Payment of Members question dangled before them like the familiar bunch of carrots in front of the costermon ger's donkey. The Government haB held out hopeB of introducing a measure to give effect to the system in some indefinite sweet by-and-bye, but, like a coy and coquettish maiden, they decline to name the day. This is, of course, far from satis factory to those who have had their feelings trifled with in this inconsiderate fashion, and they have therefore, it appears, decided to 'heckle' the Government until some thing more definite is obtained. Whether this course of action will have the desired effect it is difficult to foresee, but even should the advocates of the system succeed in inducing the Govern ment to bring forward such a JBill, there is not much likelihood of its being carried through the first time of asking. The composition of the House of Commo...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND COMMENTS. A SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

NOTES AND COMMENTS. ? O ? A SUGGESTION. The Government of this country is very lavish in its expenditure in obtaining in formation presumably intended to benefit the people at large — note the expensive commissions, for instance — but usually the return iB not worth the outlay. Some times Commissioners are sent abroad to obtain special information on various sub jects, bnt no one has been very much en lightened as a consequence. An example to Government representatives who go forth to acquire knowledge has been set by a private citizen, who has recently re turned loaded to the muzzlo. We allude to Mr. Henry Pateson, manager of the Fresh Food and Ice Co. All who have read the interviews with this gentleman which have been published in the Austra lian Press since his return muBt have been struck by the remarkably clear, intelligent, and practical nature of the information he has furnished those who have questioned him. Mr. Fateson ha3 evidently not only a good nose for valuable facts,...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHY WILLIAMS KILLED O'CONNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

WHY WILLIAMS KILLED 0'COMOB. Probably there was no one in New Sonfch Wales more surprised than Williams, tho Batburst convict, when Mr. Justice Windeteb awarded him twelve months' imprisonment on account of the killing1 of O'Connor, a fellow confinee in Bathurst Guol. There was not the slightest doubt that Williams killed O'Connor ; and, moreover, neither Williams' ap pearance nor record was in his favor. Nevertheless, he got off as mentioned. The charge o£ murder was reduced to manslaughter, and the Judge thought twelve months' imprisonment suffi cient considering the circumstances of the case. » * # ' The circumstances of the case ' — what were they ? Well, they are not to be fully exposed; no writer having respect for his paper would furnish them in their grim and foul completeness to the public ; but it is necessary to outline them in order to give an idea of the gaol system by which men are expected to be re formed ag well as punished. It appears that Willtams was in Bathurst G...

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

WOMEN ON WHEELS. The formation of ladies cycling clubs is surely another significant indication of tho progress of the movement on behalf of women's rights. With tho presumed ac companiment of 'rational' dress, little more will bo requisite to assure the absolute independence of feminine locomotion, and it is difficult to see what tho sex will want with the comparatively minor matter of this suffrage when they have once secured the inestimable privilege* of propelling themselves about tho country on wheels. Perhaps, however, the present movement is merely preliminary and auxiliary to the political object, and the ladies are acquiring cycling dexterity in order the more readily to pursue the necessary can vrbs when their time arrives, and so render themselves independent of the penal clause against the hire of vehicles. If this should really be the case, the opponents of female franchise (if any) would do well to be on their guard, and so avoid being taken by surprise by so dangerous...

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

NEW CRUISERS. Thb Admiralty have definitely decided upon the manning and armament of the two new cruisers Powerful and Terrible. Each will carry a crew of 894 officers and men, a number considerably in excess of that of auy battleship afloat. Vessels of the Eoyal Sovereign type, the largest ships afloat, only carry a complement oi 73U officers and men. The armament will be the most effective yet supplied to any vessel, and will consist of two 9 2-iuch breechloading guns, 12 G-inch quick-firing, 16 12-ponnder 12cwt guns, one 12-pounder 8cwt boat's gunB, one 12-pounder 8cwt field sorvice gun, 12 8-poundor Hotchkiss quick firing guns, and nine Maxim machine guns. There will also be supplied 20 Whitohead torpedoes for tise with submerged tubes, four of whicli will be built into each vessel. It is not expected that these vessels will bo ready for sea for three yoais.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE JAPS AND THE CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

THE JAPS AND THE CHINESE. Peivate accounts from the East rolate that the little Japs have become eupromely cheeky Bince their successes against the Chinese, and are bo puffed up that thev are in danger of bursting like a French frog that tried to swell as big as Mr. Bull. Their victories, a European relates, are more due to Chinese treachery in high circlea than to the superabundant prowess of the Japs. Port Arthur, for instance, was a fort which, if properly defended, would have given a considerable portion of the British navy hot work to take, but the Japs got it almost as bloodlessly as a modern duel. The opinion of an intelligent English officer is that the Chinese will pay a large indemnity, but will not cede auy territory, and he is far from agreeing with those who think the Chinese aro completely crushed. On the contrary, the result of the war will be the opening of China by railways and a general modernising of her Government and internal economy. Then it will not be loug be...

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

PAINTED LOBSTERS. This paragraph from an English journal has Borne local interest : — It has been found necessary to take measures to put a stop to the coloring of lobsters and cray fish which goes on at the great central markets of Paris. Pots of red paint have been seized, and the vendors of the too brilliant looking shell - fish have been prosecuted in the police court for fraud by adulteration. The object of coloring the lobsters is to give them an appearance of freshness after they have been in stocii for souio time. It would not be surprising to hear that some very modern epicures like their lobster with its claws brightened to a moro vivid red than boiling can produce. Indeed, one of the fishwives who was accused of the practice said that her cus tomers liked the painted fish best.

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

ROBERTS' SINGLE BOTTLE DEPARTMENT, MARKET-STREET, NEXT GEOEGE-STEEET. VERY SUPERIOR OLD PORT WINB, For Invalids, SPLENDID RUM, RICH AND MELLOW For Coughs aud Colds. ROBERTS' SPECIAL WHISKY, For Influenza. THREE GOOD DEINKS. WALKER'S WHISKY, THE QUEEN'S ALE, EOSBACH WATER. 24 EOND-STEEET JOHN HATJSMANIf, TURF COMMISSION AGENT, 255 ? PITT-8T It K KT, SYD N ICY, ilember of TATTERSALL'S CLUB, SYDNEY and V1CTOEIAN CLUB, MELBOURNE, EXECUTES COMMISSIONS on ALL LEADING EVENTS Bun in tha Australian Colonies. STBAIGHT-OUT and DOUBLES on the NEW. MABKET HANDICAP and AUSTEALIAN CUP. Telegrams mnnt be marked, 'Reply Paid,' and J.H. will not rocciTo or pny unless a reply confirm* ing business is sent by him before the race is run. Note Addeess— J01LN UAOSMAM, 255 Pitt-st, Sydney OXENHAM'S MONSTER CASH PRIZE CONSULTATIONS. Drawn under the Supervision of TATTERSALL'S CLUB COMMITTEE, BRISBANE. Assisted by leading Citizens and Members of tbc Pl-033. UEWMAEKET HANDICAP, 25,«-0 at 5. Positively closos ...

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

NOTWITHSTANDING THE CONTEMPTIBLE AND SCANDALOUS ATTEMPTS T4 SUPPRESS US BECAUSE WE GIVE THE PUBLIC TOO GREAT VALUE FOR THEIR MONET. WHAT PEICE WOOLFSP GENUINE VICTORY TOBACCO ? 2oz for 9d. Bring a Constable with you and teat irhothor it isn't genui&e, GENUINE WELCOME NUGGET ? 4oz for lfl 9d. Set spies on the door and watch tho Carter deliver it in original boxes. isro. 1 ? :m ajstixiIj a.s-7 for is. Come and judge them for ycmrsolf. Everyone smokes our MANILLAS, becauso they ore undoubtedly ? THE BEST VALUE IN SYDNEY. FLOE DE NAVES, 3 for Is CORONAS HAVANA, 3 for Is CIGAEETTE TOBACCO, 4d per oz. CHAMPION LONG-CUT, 4d par 0* EAEEETT'S TWIST, Ss per lb. THEY IDOHST'T LIKE IT, . BECAUSE WE'RE RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE TOWN. EVEBYONE GOES TO WOOLFS TOBACCO STORE, NEXT TO THE GENERAL POST-OFFICE, IN GEORGE-STBEET. LETTING OUT DEPARTMENT. SYDNEY TRAMWAY AND OMNIBUS COMPANY ABE PEEPAEED ON THE SHOETEST NOTICE TO SUPPLY LANDAUS, BRAKES, WAGGONETTES, AND OMNIBUSES FOB BALLS, PICNIC,...

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CANTERBURY v. SOUTH SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

CANTERBURY v. SOUTH SYDNEY. These teams played a draw at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Scores : CAN TERBUEY— First Innings. H. Moses, b E. Donnnn ? 3 W. Sheridan, b J. Callaway ? 6 J. Guiding, st Searle, b Callaway ... 4 A. UrlfflthH, oBeavis. b .Atkins ? 52 J. Ashdown, b Caliaway ? ... 5 P. S. Jones, b E. Dounan ? 56 W. Thompson, b Atkins ? ... 6 J. E. Nash, b Atkius ? 4 G. Barbour, b Atkins ? 0 Dight, b Eobinsou ? 2 Brown, not out ... ? 14 Sundries ? ,„ ... 12 Total ? „ ... 164 A. Atkins took four for 23. SOUTH SYDNEY. A. Atkins, b Gelding ? 41 A. Lonneii, b Barbour ? ... 0 B. Donuan, not ont ? 20 A. Furness, not out... ? 15 Two wickets for ? _. 76

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PADDINGTON v. GLEBE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 17 February 1895

PADDINGTON r. GLEBE. A large attendance of spectators eonuregated at Wonttvorth Pork to witness this match. It ended in u draw, the Glebo having somewhat tho worst of it. Stumps were drawn at 6 o'clock inscead of 6.15, iccording to the rules, otherwise ic might have re sulted in a rictory for Paddiiigtoii. Scores :— PADDINGTON— First Innings. A. C, Baimernian, b Buckle ? 17 li. Brewstar, run out ... ... . , 0 M.A. Noble, b A. Newell ? 4 E. Noble, b A. Newell ? 24 A. Sweetuam, bA. Newell... ? ]4 W. M'Dowall, b W. Moore ? 8 E. F. Kollj, st Austin, b Sullivan ... 12 E. Ho^an, not out ? 19 P. Maonamara, run out ... ? 8 J. Bush, lbvr, b A. Nowoll ? 0 J. J. Xslly, 0 aud b A. Newell ? 10 Sundries ? 9 Total ? 120 Bottling Akjlltbis. ' O. H. B. W. A. Nowoll ? 36 13 45 5 A. Buokle ? 19 5 40 1 W. Kelt ... ? 7 8 12 0 iiooro ... ' ? 5 1 5 1 J. Sullivan ? 4 0 9 1 GLEBE— First Innings. L. Poidevin, b Hogau ? 0 A. Buckle, run out ? ? 12 A. Newell, b A. Noble ? 3 G. Houghton, b Hogan ? 3 W. Kelt, st...

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

THE ONLY WHISKY IMPOETBD ^^^^yL^^T 'LANCET' CEBT1FICATE OP TUTO SYDNEY HOLDIHQ THE ^^^^^^ ABSOLUTE PUEITY AND SAFE IT.

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