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ENGLAND v. NORTHERN DISTRICTS. A DRAWS GAME. The Local Men Bat Better in the Second Innings. (BY WIRE—FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) NEWCASTLE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

ENGLAND v. NORMEM DISTRICTS. A DRAWifi GAME. The Local Men Bat Hotter in the Second Innllngs. (BY WISE— FROM OTJR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Newcastle, Saturday Night. The game was resumed to-day. Play should have started' at 12, but owing to heavy showers the wicket-was not pronounoed fit till, after lunch. At 2J.5 Ward and Brockwell faced Wilson and Maddison. Tho latter opened, and off the fifth ball Shaw missed Brockwell in the slips. Both batsmen played vigorously Brockwell being severe on the bowlers, lifting two over the boundary for 5 eaoh. The bowling was repeatedly changed, till Brockwell was spLendidly caught by Mad dison in the long field. 1 — 73 — 146. Stoddart came next, and ibe fieldsmen were kept busy for some time. Ward eventually placed one from Wilson into the hands of EbBWorth at extra mid-off. 2—63 — -167. Brown succeeded, and Maddison relieved Lipscombe, and se cured the newcomer's wioket with his seoond ball from a tip to Haaley at point. 3—0 — 168. Maolaren joined St...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOROUGH COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

BOEOUGH COMPETITION. Annandule beat Campsrdown by an inningB and 40 runs. Tho match vraa resumed and concluded on tho Agricultural Ground yesterday. Scorea ; Annandnle first innings, 162; Camderdown first innings 67, second innings 55 (T. Brixey 20). D. Campbell secured eight wickets for 27, T. Thomp son nine for 52, and W. Parsons one for 8. East Sydney defeated R. Lees' employees by 61 runs. Scores: East Sydney, 77 (Hardwick 30, Berkley 23); R. L'Sos' employees 16. Hardwick and Theak bowled bast for East Sydney, taking six for 10 and three for 5. Waterloo Borough defeated Waverley Anglers by 48 ;ruun. Scores : Waterloo Borough 95, F. Hocking 17, Felton 16, Bell IB. Waverley Anglers 47, Jas. Rosb 17, Lawler 14. Barnes seVen wickets for 18 and Chambers two for 12 bowled well for the Borough, whilo Ross and Ranger did the bowling for tho Anglers. Rcdfern Albert defeated the Waterloo Excelsiors, scoring 83, James Purcell21, Williams 16, Meredith 18.- W.E. 63, Pantlin 14, G. Dibley 11....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DO NOT BE GULLED WITH COSTLY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

TVf- NAT 'RTF. OTTT.T/Rn WTTTT nAQTT.V ADVEETISEMENTS, bnt obtain fall value for your money. CEYLON Golden Tips, 2s 3d, 1b 9d, la 6d, Is 3d per lb. E. H. HAEEIS and CO., Teamen, 21 Strand.®

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CRICKET. CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

CRICKET. CRICKET NOTES.. . The Intercolonial matoh is to be resumed to-morrow morning at 11 o'clock, in order that the Australians may be able to arrive in Melbourne in good order and condition for the final test match. Tho recent excellent performances of T. M'Kibbin with the ball must bring his name prominently before tbe Beleotors in making their teat team choice. ' It is worth noting that M'Kibbin has taken 34 wiokets at an average of 16'4 runs each. . George Giffen has secured 76 wiokets in first-class matches this season at 18.44 runs eaoh, and Chas. Turner has bagged 44 at 20.7 eaoh. j M'Kibbin bowled with bad luck yesterday ; still, under the circumstances, his average of six for 123 ia highly meritorious. . _ The dismissal of young Hill yesterday gave rise to all aorta of -arguments, it being the prevailing impression that he was Btumped. However, he touched the ball with his bat, and, accordingly, was run out. It was a full toss, and Howell took it on the bound. Had the ba...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

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Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOMEN'S VIEWS And Chat. Babies-Boozers—"Companions" and Servants—Moths—Women smokers. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

WOMEN'S YIEWS And Chat. tfabies^Bobzors— 1 ec Companions ' and Seryants— Moths— W omen Smokers. ABOUT BABIES— 'WITH AH ANECDOTE. In passing through Balmain a day or two back, my oab had to be drawn up fre quently in order that the driver might escape a charge of manslaughter, for the streets Bwarmed with mites of humanity, squatting and running, and all dirty and ragged. I could never understand why tho poor have so many children, when they cannot afford to feed or clothe them, or even give them a decent education. No working man in this country can feed eight or nine hungry youngsters, or keep them within bounds, for his employment is so awfully uncertain. Rich and educated peoj:-le here are wiser. Tho Balmain incident reminded me of a ' true bill ' concerning the Annandale Knight. The wife of one of our great fallen financiers called at Kenilworth not long since to beg Henry's intercession for her much-injured husband. The old man was ' out,' so she told her story to Lady P- — , w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FAVORS THE CLEAN SHAVED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

FAVORS THE CLEAN-SHAVED. 'A transplanted cornstalk' writes: — Tho moustaoho is the most popular, the most fashionable, tho most coveted, and, generally speaking, the most becoming. There is no doubt ' it; carrien all before it.' All men, young and old, passable, ugly, or handsome, are equally assiduous and anxious to possess a really fine moustaohe — rather a rarity — and, Bhould a man beoome tho happy possessor of a really good ono, ho is- the envy and admiration of hia companions, and the conqueror of twioe the number of feminine heart's. For ono reason or another, fow men seem to care to bo clean-shaved (privately, I believe it is beoause it would give them extra trouble). Some of the noblest faoes aro clean-shaven. Imagine Apollo Belvidore., Achillea, or Adonis adorned (?)? with a, moustache, &c., &c. No; I- prefer the clean-shaved. ' L.M.' prefers to see a man clean- shaved,, and- thinks that all men should appear so; anyhow, until they have entered tho matri mo...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LESS MOUSTACHE AND MORE HAIR ON THE CROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

: LESS MOUSTACHE. AND MORE HAIR ON THE CROWN. 'A. 19-year-old sister of fiv.o brothers declares that a man looks better clean shaven, providing he has good features, but, judging from the speoimjena of male beings ono sees about Sydney after 4 o'clock, the more hirsute adornments they wear the hotter. Ono might even suggest that they cultivate a fringe long enough to act as a veil. If men grow a little moustache, and a little more, hair, especially on the crown, things might look up in the matrimonial market.

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A GOOD MOUSTACHE OR NOTHING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

A GOOD MOUSTACHE OR NOTHING. ' Warrigul ' believes it to be a man's duty to look as nico as he can without being fop : pish, and adds : Men who have a fair amount of common sense can always tell pretty well what will suit thom,. and should not wear any thing- unbecoming.. Undoubtedly a nice thick moustache is a.greai improvement to a man s appoaranco, but if ho cannot grow a thick one he- is hotter clean Bhaven. Soma men who have nicely-formed chins and pretty lips are over so muoh better without- any hair ou their faces. I admire, a white silky beard 011 old men very much, but I don't liko a man who shaves his : top lip-to wear a heard, as it gives a very hard i expression to the face.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

? D R I N' K— - . ? . ' B ? IPJk IMfi AIM. B Udl^T-RA LIGHT, WHOLESOME, AJSTID PALATABLE, H &EW BWW NOW SELLING FSLEEL7. ? ? ? H DEIM 8 GRANNY'S BLEND, I A. CAPITAL I rjrt is 3d. I lib and ilb PACKETS, also 12, 20, and 401b AIR-TIGHT CANISTERS; fe ALL GEOCEES AjSTX) 8TOBEEEEPEE9, g SOLE AGENTS- |j .A. Q-BAY AJSHD CO., I 1X6 LITEEPOOL-STEEfiT, I ' v™ ™s 1 HYDEAU1IC SPRAY I VENTILATOBS VENTILATORS. I «giil!ipa«iiii| fi SA1NAM A WD CO., f Gas and Hydraulic Engineers, Contractors for Lighting, | Heating, and Ventilating. f We can show you tho BEST and CHEAPEST COOLING APPLIANCES in tho 'WOELD at -0-imr S2aow ISoosias : QUIEIEN'8 IpILACE, .SYSJ-5nSY. ™ -^J10 following are soma of the Buildings whore our Ventilating Appliances are in use : JLne supremo Court, Tho Sydney Hospital, The Central Polico Court. Tiio Sydney Ait Uallery, AdamB Cafe. Hatte and Co., Newtown, and hundreds of othor3.

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A BEARDLESS MAN AN ABOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

A BEARDLESS MAN AN ABOMINATION. ' Vera ' (who oonfessos to 18 summers) goes into detail like one who had studied the sub jeot. Sho says : — I do liko to soe a man shave, because I then think he's not trying to act a d'eooitful part in secreting his cruel, atrocious features. The shave I prefer on every man is tho side-leaver, to como about one and a half.or.two inches down the check, and a light - moustache (not a 'soup-strainer. ') I abomi nate those,, especially on. a lazy, dirty man, for he vary often omitB. cleaning it after ' meals, and what is more- sickening than to soe tho remains of a meal hanging aronnd a man's mouth. Clean-shaven men aro disgusting. Any man who takes his beard off entirely should in my opinion be horsewhipped, for there is a medium in all things. For ono I would not care to be the affianced wife of a bare-faced man, for if we wore to quarrel and j were making it. up again I'd fanoy I was !? making friends, with, my sister. Yes, a beard [ less man- is an- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

Birasiaess Notices. | ^ ^ ladies j I JjsSSSx Plaits nnd Tails, nil Eos] ; Hair (£0 inches long), 5s j Gd. Fringes made cl | D: ./ -~vV Natural Curly Hair, fron ^ /- 3s 6rt. Combings or Cutting } W v worked up for 2s- Gtl j-ti [ ^ fir f £ O ounce. Private and Thnatri. r Jj Y y 'Wigs to order and fol I ^ L .if M Hire. Tho Latest Hf-ii 1: : 0 Frames, for dressing tin j trT hair ou, -with instructions, : ' j, Jo each. Country Order! t . ,£ f ' receive prompt attention, i -' JN \S\ and Posted free. King ana [' ^ fi Occan sts. Cable Trams pas) j- jj ? \S5t. the door. Got out Bourke-et, ! t .£ For W. H. WIGZELL'S, ! .25 'WILLIAH-STEEET, SYDNEY (Only.) Wo Ml t- the Cheapest in Sydnoy. V \ ? — . ? ? i {- 1/a ^«8paJR m _ f f°\ 1 ^ CURED : AMD \ I DECAYED TEETH ? STOPPED /* A« BY | . .A RANSOM'S ' $ LIQUID STOPPING :i [nstmt relief from pain. Fills up the cavity, and , A ibeteatli&ra again useful. Sold by all Chemists an! , « Storekeepers. Prioe, 1/-; Post freo, 13 stamps. V/HOLEOtLE A...

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THE SILKY MOUSTACHE A MYTH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

THE SILKY MOUSTACHE A MYTH. Thus ' Myosotis' : — You deserve our thanks for introducing this discussion. It enables us ladies to air our opinions, and gives the gentlemen an idea of our likes and dislikes. Moat of us liko the moustache only, but scarcely any lady careB for a clean-shavon faoe. I think every man should study the contour of his face, and wear what will improve it,, instead of following any fashion. Yery few men follow tho Yankee stylo of wearing a board only, and the Frenoh Imperial or goateo is simply detestable. The silky moustache exists in novels-, and the lady who looks, fbr one will havo to wait a long time. Let. tha gentlemen endeavor to look their best, and wo will he thankful for small mercies.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

? MBAOT'6 PBW, BoaT§.Aro shoes. ; OUR. SA.LB, / ? ! 65. OSFQErD- AND EELIGAN, STEEETS.; ? r ' .?«. ? ? BI& fUBMTUKE: SALE : OE' 3LE:ABm STOCKS OF WALLACES* AND' NBWT0E ABB3LAHB, SSINM- ®®1 AlBOIUf I MJM it Blscomnts Kamging from 8s 85 to- 16s- 1® tie & - I The Proprietor ia relinquishing' tho Business, and muBt olear out' ovary line- Gu best pwoo ibtaindble. All highrclass-and , modern Goods Delivered F/00 in Totsn^-opSabarbs' ia good trder and condition^ SGHWEGHTEN PIANOS. NEWTON ANJ-- LAMP'S- OLD- ERElttlSES— ANB SPEING- STEEES3.

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"A RATHER CLINGING GIRL." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

'A RATHER CLINGING GIRL.' ' Ivy ' openly declares her likes and dis likes in these terms : Give me a man w ith a 1 nice, clean, well-kept moustache (by clean I mean one free from wax and other grease), well back from tho lips ; not one he dries in the mouth after every drink. Oh ! if mon only know how disgusting that habit is to tho eyes of a'woman. I prefer a light brown to black. As a man ages, say over ou years, . then I like a slightly pointed board ; but pre serve me from the olean-facod individual, also from tho one who does not have his daily Bhave. Oh! the torture of the latter (plea30 , read the next half-sentence quickly) when lb comes in contact with the sensitive, soft skin of a girl. After she has been close to one the previous evening vaseline and cold cream are of little avail. I may here state, as my name implieB, I'm rather oiinging.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

'Foa itiT. Blood 13 tee Lira.' CLAEKE'S WOELD-FAMED BLOOD MIXTUEE id war ranted to ol9ai:sa the blood from all impurities, from whatever cruiso arising. For Sorofula, Scurvy, Eczoma, Bad Legs, Blun and Blood Diseases, Pimplas, and Sores of (ill kinds, its effects ara mar vellous. Sold everywhere at 23 S-1. Thousnnda.of testimonials. Beware of warthle^s imitationa and ?ubstitutea.* / i- *

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WILL TAKE WITHOUT SALT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

WILL TAKE WITHOUT SALT. ' Midget ' explains that she was stung into taking part in the disoussion by the statement of a correspondent, inter alia, that clean shaven faces would kill kissing, and thus goes to oonfeseion : — As to tho effect in kissing — well, I have tried the bearded, the mous tached, and tho clean-shaved face* and if 'an egg without salt' is anything like kissing .'without a moustaohe, then in future I will take mine without salt; Tho ' silky, dark moustaohe ' is all very well on the fairy prinoe of a yonng girl's ideal, but its ' silki ness ' is very apt to vanish on close acquain 1 tance.

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THE NORTH SHORE MYSTERY CHAP. VIH—HU[?]Y AND ALEC IN SYDNEY. STRANGE EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

? ? ?— *mm 11 I, , Mm m»m m—mm m :The Noeti Shore Mystery ;.BI HEEB: fletch. (FOR THE ' SUNDAY TIMES.') , CH^P. TIR.V^ICEY A^B ALEC IN SYDNEY. STRANGE EXPERIENCES* ^ The two young men liaa been to Sydney before ' as holiday vlsitoi^, but 'to actueily live there, to depend fbr their future on ?what the city might offer, was a flaw and, at first, delightful experience. Huey did not own to himself that he was following in Bertha's footsteps. He satisfied his mind that he was only acting from the wise desire to better his pros pects and enlarge his, opportunities. As tho time came that saw them at last alight ing on Redfern platform, his ambition had soared into wild dreams of what the metro polis might hold out. Why should he not be Bubreditor of one of the important dailies ? Or editor, perhaps, of some minor paper ? ' What tho Professor had said about his capabilities woa, no doubt, exaggerated ; but he felt there was a substratum' of truth. Once let him get his foot on tho ladder, a...

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A MOUSTACHE NOT NECESSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

A MOUSTACHE NOT NECESSARY. ' Linda ' cannot tolerate beards or whiskers in any form, and proceeds to say: — 'Some people seem to think that kissing does not come off so successfully without the aid of a moustache, but not so I. I fail to see why the addition of a few hairs. should lend flavor to it. However, everyone to their fanoy. But give me the man with the olean-shaven faoe pure and simple.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895

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