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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
Fish, Uame, Millc. N.S.W. FRESH FOOD AND ICE CO., LTD. vob MILK, CREAM, ICE, ITSH, g-amIe. BUTTER. PASTRY. HEAD O-FFICE — 25 HARBOR-STREET. BOBALLA CHEESE The Finest in the Market. Oar Registered Brand is on Every Cheese. BOBALLA BACON Cora Fed and Mild Cure. BODALLA HAMS In get up and quality are Equal to tlje Best ENGLISH. JOHN ShSaRWIN, WHOLESALE AGENT, 229 SUSSEX-STJBEET. ? ? ! Hotels. | ROBERTS' SINGLE BOTTLE DEPARTMENT, MA RKBT-S'TREET, Next GEOEaEisiBEET. LOOK AT THE/PEICES/ HENNESSY'S **» PAMT IT© ANDY, 6s 3d USHEE'S SPECIAL EESOBEVE' WHISKY, 4s. BllOWN'S FOUIt CROWN WHISKY, 3s 9d. 'WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS, 4s and 2s. ? CARTER'S HOTEL, Comer of PAEK and GEOfEGE STKEETS. ' . This Well-known, Popular, and Old-lSatablishedf Hotel is conducted under a thoroughly practical manag-ement. Only the YEEY BEST BRANDS OF LIQTTOES, WINES, -tc., are served, and' MAES HALL' S OELEBEATED ALES (always in prime condition) are on draught. In quality the drinks supplied will bear favorable comparison ...
THEY SAY— [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
THE! SA.Y— I bat the Bywong discoveries are not worth hat miners' wages in the North are still on the decline. bat the Dolice can handle the rifle as well as the baton. ifhat Mr. Creer does not fret much over his I promised funeral. Phat the study of the nude is not Btrictly [ a clerical duty. [vat the political cock-pit will be open I again on Tuesday. Phat quite a number of people are ' going [ 'ome with Carbine' next month, that under the new arrangements loafers I -will have to work or starve, ghat the new sheep disease demands I serious attention fr.om Government. Boat 'the stock and share market shows Syndications of improved business, ihat there should be a time limit on the I I loquacity of Members of Parliament. j fhnt the Circular Quay railway movement I ! ought to bi kept in the fore front. | 'hat it was refreshing to notice the rise in bank stocks during the past week, 'hat careless navigation on the harbor is receiving a necessary clieck just now. hat Australian thoroug...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
Durability, Value, Al Saalrey. STEWART DAWSON Ml CO. HAYING COMPLETED THE ADDITIONS TO THEIR SPACIOUS . PREMISES, THEY AEE NOW SHOWING A MOST RECHERCHE STOCK OF Elegant Jewellery, Diamond Goods, 'Watches, Solid Silver and Silver Electro-plate. &c,, , ffke Yery Cream of tlie Home Marliets 25 to 40 per ? cent, Under Usual Bates. The Variety, Artistic Character, Excellence, and- LOWNESS OF PRICE o£ Every Article we offer renders a Visit of Inspection at onr MAXBKJOTBTOESTT SALOON s i pleasure to all who Study Economy, or who desire the Best of Everything at the Lowest Cost ; while OUR SUPERB PREMISES ARE WITHOUT EXCEPTION THE FINEST IN AUSTRALASIA. ; STEWART mm IB CO. Manufacturing Jewellers, Diamond Merchants, Watch Manufacturers * Silversmiths, and Direct Importers, 412 GEORGE-STREET and STRAND, SYDNEY. 96 Newgate-street, 97 Swanston-street, 84 Queen-street, London. Melbourne. AueMand, S.S.
TRAINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
TEAIN1NG NOTES. At Fleming ton this morning Patron spurted four furlongs in good style. Donation ran a mile and a half nicely. The Harvester rau a i milo and three-quarters, assisted by The I Enchanter and The Admiral, and went well. Waterfall and Solatium covered five furlongs in lmin 6iscc, the former finishing iu front. Creme d' Or ran five furlongs with Voluey. The latter wont on and finished a mile nicely. Several horses, meant to run at Caulfield later in the day, spurted. The Possible made his reappearance on tho Caulfield track, and worked steadily. Straight fire ran two miles nicely. Bonnie Scotland ran a strong mile aud a half. Theodora went a mile in good style.
LATE MELBOURNE SPORTING. Training Notes. MELBOURNE. Saturday Night [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
late MELBOURNE SPORTING. Training Notes. ,BT WIKE 2TK01T OUE OWN COEB3S8PONDENT. Melbourne. Saturdav NitrKf A protest was entered by tho owner of Eiridsforde against Sternchaser boing declared winner of the Welter Race at Caulfield, on the grounds that tho going up of the barrier con Btituted a start. The starter crave evidence that he never touched the button to release the barrier, and the protest was dismissed. At the Victorian Club to-night thero were several enanges in tne oetting over the .New market. Bessie Macarthy, in consequence of to-day's raoing, was installed favorite at 6 to 1, while tho best: price against Whakawatea waB 100 to 3. Vanitas went back to 100 to 7. Barbarian is at 100 to 5. Malolo, Tullamore, J5, Eiridsforde, Hova Broken Hill, Gaillardia, and Fortunatus all at 100,.. to 4. Harvester was at 4 to 1 for the Australian Cup, Sternohaser 7 to 1, Havoo 8 to 1, Quiver and Donation 10 to 1, lalanthus 12 to 1, and Carnago aud Cobbitty 20 to 1.
LITTLE BRIDGE PONY. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
! lillie midge pom .eaces. There was a very good attendance at Lillie Bridge last night, when the firat round of the Novice Handicap, and two pony races were run. Following are tue results : 75 YARDS NOVICE HANDICAP. Heat Winkers, 1st Kor.\n .—A. Morrison 13yds, F. H. Hillier ii-j, D. Hickey 124, P. Lenehan 11*. T. Inmau 12, H. Miiiiii'e iili, A. T. Allen 11, H. B. Graham 124, W. Green 84, W. P. Cm In l.an '£, Davis 124, J ? Hales 12. LILIPUTIAN HANDICAP (12.0 to 12.04)— 3 furlongs. Mr. E. Hutchinson's Ethel, ust 41b ? 1 Othor starters : Little Harry 7st 101b, Little Millie 7st 51b. Betting: Even money Ethel or Little Harry, 4 to 1 v Little Willie. Won by a head from Little Harry. CLUB HANuICAP (13.3 to 14.0) — 4 furlongs. Mr. C. Carroll's Daisy, 9at 51b ? 1 Other starters :. Alicia lOot 51b, Daisy 6st '51b, Edith list 41b, Rose Mary 8sfc, Urown Bass 7st 121b, Mystery 7st Sib. Botting : Even money Alicia, 3 to 1 bar oue. The following weights have been declared for the races to be r...
MELBOURNE CRICKET. (BY WIRE—FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, SATURDAY Night. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
MELBOUENE CBICKET. (Bi WIRE — i'BOlt OUB OWN COBRESPONDENT.) Melbourne, Saturday Nicrhfc. I C. Eady, the Tosmanian, played for Melbourne iu an olf match against East Melbourne to-day. He was bowled by Costello after making l;i, and shitped fiirly well. Iu the Pennant matches. South Mel bourne beat NortU by S8 runs. H. Trott took three of North's wickets for iu runs, and Ingleton six for 39. Tandy made 112 aud Fitzpatrick 100, playing for St. Kildu against Carlton. Tho St. Kilda men put up 420 altogether. Macdona'dtowu disengaged Wednesday, with wicket. W. R. Brj.gg, P.O., Erskiueville.* Great clearance sale of all Sporting Goods is now in full swing. Call early and secure bargains at MICK SIMMONS', Haymarket.*
" A MOUSTACHE THE VERY ESSENCE." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
' A MOUSTACHE THE VERY ESSENCE.' 'Iris' thinks a moustache and small whiskers suit most faoes, and goes on : Beal-da aro an abomination, as they hide one of tho most important guide-posts to a man's character, the ehin, whore his strength or weakness oan be road so plainly. _A good mouth looks more entioing by being only partially rovoalod under a-moustache, while a bad one gams by being half hidden. A olean shaved man is an uncanny-looking thing to my mind, seems as if he would be cold to thB touch. He is not fair to his best girl eithor, for what would a kiss be without a moustache ? Could anything bo more insipid? Why, a moustaoho is the very essence of tho thing, and I don't hesfitate to say that if my husband shaved off his I would divorce him — until it grow again.
WHAT "THE BARD" SAID. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
WHAT ' THE BARD ' SAID. 'An- Observqr' writes.:— My. opinion is that men should shave to suit the particular style of beauty with whioh Naturo, has endowed them.. What, would suit one would be fatal to the personal appearance of another; The shave that would fill- but and round off the angles of the fiddle-faced individual', might only succeed m giving a. lat, round lace the. appearance of a baboon. The.' profeusipnal ' manner of clean-shaving may impart a youth ful appearance. to. its adherents, but-ib is. not. a favorite with many women, a fact which Shakespeare recognises when in 'Much Ado About Nothing ' ha makes. BaaM.co. remark, on being reminded that she, might light on. a beardless husband, ' What should I do with him ? Dress him in my apparel and make, him my waiting gentl.ow.oman P'
NATURE INTENDED A BEARD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
NATURE INTENDED A BEARD. ' Eulah ' thinks- tho subject should be dis cussed in a broad way, and not morely upon individual opinion. The two great questions are: Did Nature intond' man to wear a beard? and, if so, should man, for motives of pride, alter Nature's handiwork P I certainly think that Nature intonded man to retain his-beard-. Men Bimply try to, improve their personal appearance by shaving in. one of the various orthdox stylos. I am decidedly of opinion that men should allow their beards to grow, and that by cleanliness and attention keep them. neat;, tidy,, and- within bounds.
"THE LIP-TICKLING MOUSTACHE." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
' THE LIP-TICKLING MOUSTACHE.' 'La Belle Franco.' writes:— The. side whiskers remind one of the small Brazilian monkey. The goatee— with which myoountry men are frequently, though incorrectly credited with instituting— is silly, idiotio. Giye me the- beardloss- mant the hairyfaced man; the monkay?faced man* or the cat-faced man, but the billy-goat man — no, no, i like him not. Give mo for choice the manlylook ing, nicely-trimmed, and lip-tickling mous tache.
"BLISS." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
'BLISS.'' 'Nymph' thus, expresses- an opinion : — I particularly; disliko tho. full-grown, beard, be cause itcompletely hides the glossy, snow white shirt front aud collar, whioh adds so muoh to a gentleman's appearance. I dislike the. whole, beard because allowing uncheoked its natural, growth, to my mind, signifies in the individual either laziness because, of the trouble to shave,, or- indifference to his personal appearance, because ha has ceased to have any value, in the matrimonial, market. The more T fix in my mind's eye the very many faces of my male acquaintances, the more difficult do I find' it to admire any faoe so much as that which wears- tha wall-grown and carefully-trained moustache alone ? With a good- mp,nly . bearing; it londs the . wearer a military air, which we. girls do. liko so much ; and again, when you come to move that moustache.iust a.we.e bit. on one. side to enjoy the kiss and warm loving, embrace that comes with it, and you feel the well shaved faoo so...
POPULAR DISCUSSIONS. THIS ONE FOR MEN ONLY. Women's Hair—How do Men Prefer It? Frizzy, Curly, Waved, or Plain?—With Bang and Run, or with Neither. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
POPUMR DISCUSSIONS. T8IS- OHE 1014 KEN 0N1S. ? I Women's Hair — Eow do Men. Prefer It ? ! Frizzy, Curly, Waved, or Plain ? — With Bang and: Bun, or with. Neither. , The. ladies hove, been allowed an.opportumty of discussing and criticising gentlemen's beard, whiskora andr moustaches, and- the re? suit has. been particularly interesting and, amusing, Itis ohly right. that the. gentlemen should have an opportunity of-, somewhat; similar oritiaiem on the fair ones. The nature. : of the discussion is indicated in the headings above— How do you like women to wear their hair? also, do you approve, of; fpls.e . bapgs,. buns, rolls, or other aids,, or supposed aids, to the- adornment of: ladiesMieada? One gninea. will be awarded the writer of the. letter; ad judged to be the best. All-letters should reaoh the office as early as possible j at the latest by '. Thuraday-, Maroh. 7»
THE HANDFUL OF THINGS WE KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
THE HANDFUL OP THINGS WE KNOW. J SevheaXj years ago an American humorist and poet published some verses called ' Little Breeches.' Thia was an odd name given to a very small boy who Was caught out in a tre mendous snowstorm, and finally found in some hay quite a distance from the house. However the boy got there bothered every body to explain. It was certain he never oould havo walked. So his father said the angels must have done it. 'They just stooped down and toted him to where it was safe and warm,' he said. The poetry about it (sup posed to have been written hy the youngster's father) starts off in this way : — I don't go much on religion, I never ain't had no show ; But I've a middling- tight grip, sir, Ou the handful of thing3 I know. That's it ; the handful of things we Isnow. There aron't many of om, but there are a few. And one of them is this : That for a hundred results there is only one cause. Nature develops and makes differences ; never a new . force. Here, for example...
POPULAR DISCUSSION FOR WOMEN ONLY. Whiskers, Beard, or Moustache? [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
POPULAR DISCUSSION j ? Q ? FOE WOMEN ONLY. Whiskers, Beard, or Mous tache? ! 1 The fair sex have taken a wonderful amount of interest in this diflcusaion, as the following- letters will show : — 'KISSING A BEARDED- MAN IS NOT EXHILARATING.' Thus ' Diana' : — Personally I go with the majority, and confess to a preference for the I moustaohe aa a hirsute adornment for my j masculine friends, and, I liko it to be of mode rate dimensions, neither clipped as. close as the bristles of a discarded naiUbrueh, nor worn so long as to become the type of tho heavy dragoon, for in the former caseit is aggressive. A moustaohe neither pointed nor curled, nor in any way- extreme, suits most faces-, often redeeming. irrogular features. Besides, it con veys the impression that a man is careful of hia appearance, and women always approve of that. The clean-shaven face, ia attractive when the features can stand it, which is not, often. But in spite of feminine- predilection inclining now this way, now ...
TRAIGHT TIP [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
[?] F£.It is always the other fellow who has the luokl ... , Some people look at everything, but really see nothing There is as much scope for vanity in sackcloth as there is in cambric. It is less difficult to hide a thousand pounds than a hole in one's coat. ? 0 ? One-half the world does not know how to j pronounce the name of the other half. ?0 Society, like a faded silk, must be viewed in all situations, or its colors will deceive US. .y:, Cupid is always represented as a baby, because love so frequently dies in its infancy. The average young woman does not object to a young man stealing something from under her very nose. The saying ' He that takes a. wife takes oare 1' has been reversed, and now reads, ' He that takes care doesn't take a wife 1' ' Every Bullet lias its Billet.'
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 24 February 1895
I RIFLE SHOOTING-. A match took place yesterday at No. 1 Sailor Bay Kifie Range between the City Police Biile Club and the St. Leonards Civilian Eifle Club, and ended in. a win for the police by 25 points. Ee snlts : — - ST. LEONARDS. 500yds. 600yds. Tl. J. Howard ... ... 20 28 57 E. J. Stenninjf ... ... ... 28 24 52 W. Howard (cape.) ? ? 20 . 17 37 Paterson ... ... ... 21 17 38 H. M'Callum ... ? 28 26 54 F. Larkin ... ... ... ... 25 23 53 W. Edberts' ... ... ... 24, 20 41 W. Hook ... ...... ... ... 26 27 53 J. Moguire ... ... 10 24 34 Eolandson ... - ... ... 17 25 42 CITY POLICE. 464 500yds. 600yds. Tl. Constable M'Kenzie ... ... ' 25 26 51 Constable M' Arthur ... 85 26 61 Constable Buzzacott ? ? ? 24 19 43 i Constable Maze ? ? ... 28 25 53 Constable Blair ? ? 27 23 50 Senior-Constable M'Govern ... 2 7 25 52 Serjeant Sawtell ? 23 25 48 Constable Anstee ? 21 2S 44 Senior-Constable Coutta ... 22 22 44 Senior-Sergeant Abercrombis : (capt.) ... ... ... 18 84 = 43 489