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RUMOURED PRIZE FIGHT. ADELAIDE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
RUMIOURED PRIZE FIGHT. (Frono Onn own COnRESPONDENT.) ADELAIDE, Turs DATr. It is rmnoured that a prize fight for £10 a side took place last Sunday morning on West Park Lands, the contestants being two young men. The pair wore skin-tight gloves. About a dozen people wore pre sent. The fighting was severo, both boing terribly punished. It lasted over half an liOj
LAST MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
LAST. MOMENT. The IIon. Samuel Grilmths, Premier of Queensland, called upon Sir John Robert son this morning, and had a long iuter- view with him, the particulars of which bave not yet transpired. Mer. Grifliths is on his way to IIolhart, Tasmania, to takle part in the Federal Council, about to be hold there. A cabman, William Chittam, was charged at the Water Police Court this morning with carelessly driving a?horse in Crown-street. The case was very fully gone into and dismissed. At the inquest, tlhiis morning, upon the body of the unfortunate girl. Ellon Wilsoi, who was' fatally burned on Sunday, the jury returned a verdict of accidental death. The City Engineer (Mr. .Tones) and Mr. Soymour, inspector of nuisances, have hone to Botany this morning with a view to make a thorough investigation into the alleged depositing of niightsoil in the immediate vicinity of the Botany water works. They will report to the. Mayor without loss of time, and it is anticipated that immediate stops ...
STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. GLOBE OFFICE, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
STOCIK AEND SHARE REPORT. CLOnE OIacn, 1 p.m. Salcs on chauge this day, via.:-Unitoe i Tusurance, 0Os.; Sunny Corncrs, 413s., ,la.,I 41s.; Siiver Ring, 17s. 3d., 17s. 16s.'6d., 16 .; Band and Albion Conzol closed with buyers, 50s.; sellers, Sas. No sales reported.
THE DEVIL IN THE CLOUDS. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
THE DEVIL IN' THE CLOUDS. CHAPTER I. I am an neronaut by profession. If you, dear reader, are a practisilg iiember of one of the learned professions, or seen a hlard-working osuvricr or oueriere following your cecupation from weok's end to week's end, you may perhaps smile at the idea of a man .who occaionally floats in the air arrogating to hIis occasional occupation in the name of "profession." I think, how ever, that I am justilled; for, although I only ascend at somewhat distant intervals, yet it only brings in my subsistencc--in fact, I live by it. Did you servean apprenticeship? you ask. Oh, dear no ? Likopoets, acronautsare horn nmotmade. Theoccupationrequires qurd.lities, both mental and physical, which must he innate, and cannot be acquired by train ing. From my very childhood all that belonged to the navigation of the air had for me an indescribable fascination. As a small schoolboy I read every biography of an neronaut and every account of a bal loon ascent that I could g...
COUNTRY NEWS. NEWCASTLE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
COUNTRY NEWS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) NEWCASTLE, MONDAY. &nbsp; Another main burst this morning near the Great Northern Hotel. It was some time before the leakage could be stopped. PORT MACQUARIE, MONDAY. Two young girls were drowned at Cam- den Haven last Saturday whilst crossing the river in a flat-bottomed punt. The inquest will be held to-day. One was 9 and the other 15 years of age. TAMWORTH, MONDAY. The Salvation Army opened fire on Saturday night. Large crowds attended the services yesterday, and good order has been maintained. An energetic campaign is anticipated. &nbsp; BOURKE, MONDAY. The river is up 8ft., and is still rising slowly. It is hardly likely to become navigable. The weather is cold and fine. RAYMOND TERRACE, MONDAY. A new schooner built to the order of Messrs. Messell and Davies, of Sydney, was launched at Eagleton on Saturday. Her dimensions ara 90ft. over all, 80ft. keel, 20ft. beam, 6ft. 9in. depth hold, about 100 tons burthen. She is ...
MALINGERING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
MALINGERING. In the year 1804, the great increase of ophthalmia in the 50th Regiment, and the reported detection of frauds in other regi- ments, led to a suspicion in the mind of the surgeon of that corps; an investiga- tion ensued, when it was discovered that a regular correspondence was carried on be- tween the men under medical treatment and their friends. Those suffering from ophthalmia within the walls of the hos- pital requested that those without would forward to them corrosive sublimate, lime, and bluestone, and by the application of these acrid substances totheir eyes they hoped to get them into such a state of disease as would enable themus to procure their discharge with a pension. Proofs of guilt having been established, the de- linquents were tried by a court-martial, convicted, and punished. Sometimes, snuff, pepper, tobacco, salt and alum have been used to produce ophthalmia. When feigned this disease has almost always been confined to one eye. Paralysis of one arm ha...
SIKES JUNIOR. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
BIKES JUNIOR. Cn arSERO I. He was an unmitigated ruf an. So at Jeast had thought several of the inhabi tants of Brishane-terraco, which eminently ,espectablencighhnurhood he had honoured with his presence for some hours past. Two ladies, having occasion to pass the corner where he stood with his back against the wall,had preferred crossing the soad ann using the muddy path opposite to beeping the pavement and passing him closely. A little girl with a hoop came bounding along, and seeing hiim, stopped suddenly, stared at him with wide blue, eyes, then retreated. A rosy-cheeked ser 'ant.girl, with cherry ribbons in her cap, had descended from the area of No.4, sur *veyed him from head to foot, and decided. thatit twould be safer to go round by the ether end of the terrace, even if she was in a hurry. Miss Wilton's pet terrier, coming to the street door to make its usual morning observation of the state of the weather, had resented his presesoe with a degree of excitement that cansed i...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
GOVERRNMENT GAZETTE. • The following notifications appear in yesterday's Gorerenwnl (a lbtt:- Public Holidny.--Wednesay, 27th instant, is to ie observed as a pablic leeliday in the district of Queanieyan. . Horyitals for Lnsane.-Tho following gentlomen to ba thefofcial visitors for the Honpelal for the lnsano at Callan Park, viz. :--Sir Alfred bkerto, Hot., 2.ll.C.S., Eng.,ehairman; Ms CharleseJames Ma~nlngobrtister~at-]aw; and :?r. James Charles Co, e.D. The following gentlemen to be the official visitors for the Hospital for the Insane at Parrm notta.-Meoesns. Walter Brown, l.D., chairmano; osanc?Wanagh, 2LB. ; and Frederick W. Gitoon, harrister-at-law rice Sir Alfred Poberts, Tot., M.E.C.S., En5., chaireman; Mr. Charles Jamee Manningtkr-atr lasv; andltr. James Charles The Indiann'nd Colonial Eehibition.-Thoender. mentioned gentlemen to ie additipnal members of the Ileanl Commission to represent this colony in England, in connection with the Colonial and Indian Eslihition to ie he...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [REUTER'S TELEGRAM.] ALBANY, JAN. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH: MAIL. E?EuTEC'S TeLsanAax.] ALDANY, JA?N 1i. Tihe following are tho passcngera by t?he R.M}I.S. Tasmania :--For Sydney: Mr. anni Mrs. Angus and child, Mr. and Mrs. Thornidell, MHr., M)Irs., and Ml3iss Joseph. MIr. and MIrs. Reed, Rev. D. and Mrs. Nimmo, MIr. Whiteheadd, Meor-Cienera and M?rs. Richardson, Surgeon-Mfqjor RPahilly, Dr. MIackay, Messrs. M'orton. MIartin, Raqymond, W'addiuo-ngon, WaIl ters (2), Slhw, Pinknoy, Field. (2), DIoreton, Mrucay, Watkins, K.errnder, Ioycs. Coates, Dineholt. Dill bury, N. and son, Wallace, Fishburn, Hlillier, Miss. and Master Fishbur". Ridhlardooni; Dicksbn, antd Macbay; 55 fkr' all ports in otlher elrssse,
"EVEN THIS SHALL PASS AWAY." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
SEVEN THIS SHALL PASS AWAY." Once in Persia reigned a king TWho upon his signet ring Graved a maxim true and wise, Which, if held before his eyes, Gave him connel at a glance Fit for every change and chance. Solemn wor~q, and these are they. "Even this shall pass away. Trains of camels through the sand Brought him gems from Samnarcand; Fleetc of galleys throogh the seas Bronght him pearls to match with theoe. Ulit he conoled not his gain Treasures of the mine or main; ' "What is wealth?" the king wonisi'ay; "] ren this ohall pasos away." In the revel of his court, At the zenith of the sport, W Vhen the palms of all his guests Burned with clapping at his jests, He, amid the figo and wine, Cried "Oh, loving friends of mine! Pleacero comes, hot not to stay I Even this shall pass away."' Fighting on a furious field, *Once a javelin pierced his shield, Soldiers, with a lend lament, Bore him hleeding to his tent. Groaning from his tortared side, "Pain is hard to hear." he cried, *" Bnt wi...
COMMERCIAL. "GLOBE" Office, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
COMMERGIAL. " GLOrif" Omcef 11%?1, In the imiport market togda there was no tras action of any nmgnitude to rep~ort. One of thle chief topics of convoroation hieug the wharf ]nboororo' strike in Mtlbohrne and the threatened nesmen's strike, the influnce of the latter1 if car rind out, would be moot disastrous to the sotorco. Ioniol trade. In flour the market is irmo, but there were no large lines sold, tile bhsioess being confined to lots t ?any of the laroest bakcrs hold good stocks, booght ivoe or six weoks hack. WVo know of floor hooght se eweehk ago and stored in Mei hourne, on account of Sydoey buyers. This accounts for many of the larger boyorn of 10 and 100.ton lots not being in thoe markot. Anytlliog like a spirited demand for four would hmvo the oelcot of sending the prrieo up lif to IO0 per ton. For teas there is more enquiry, and we hear of onles of cougou in hnalf-eheots at ei40sa.s td, d5n, O5s, and me heliove other porcels were placed under offer, which may lend to bus...
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
TELEGAI'HIC SBHIPPING. BnosnANe.--Arrivras: Jamnary 12, Limurie, bqo., from Liverrool; William Buntion, sch. Dopar. torso: Jammry 12, Rlodoodo, for Sydnoey; YVanola for Irahoay; Malurchino, bqe., for Volporaiso. Aaraatm.--ArrivaL : Jauonry 12, Pnklin (a.), irom Westcrn Anutnrlia. Dcpsxturcs: Januaryl?, Sooth Auntelian, sltip, for London: Itvoo, bqo., for Western Asotrneaa; Phillis, brig, for Rock. hampton; Trioda Torhbocbria bqr., for Slol. bourne. StbaornOltNo.-ArrivolO: Jammry 12, Pateron from Norercastlr, Acracia (bq.), froan Hobart, Jan. 13 : l2iun (?q.), fromlHobart. Departuros: Joun?rrg 12, Austrablasin (a.), for Circubr Ifiad; Lindus (s.); for Newocastle, Vivid Obqe.), for Sydney, Robicon (scb.), for V,'urotah Boy, O.S.S. Garonne, for Sydneoy. BRc 0nVon lfraos.--Jooonry 13, schoonor Alldm onl bar. CIIoeaCE oDo.-j.Tonusry 2, srhoonCrs Sir 3. Fyakulin nod Aloe Newton, of bar; Mary iUanaon. tyno, rcol in for ?cltor. Enan.--Arrirals January 13, Flora from lobaotr, 7.130 p?.O. Ton...
DEPARTURES.—JANUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
DRPA.IfTUlRE.-JAZrreafl 12. Warrego (s.) 1500 toosn.! ptltn Plldlip., for lrishaeennntd inororen ort. Ly-.e.moon (s.), 120. tons, Cnptain 0. Tat, for Brisnlano and nor thOR, Potti. ?,torcnry (oh.), 1109 toos, Captaiu Panno, for oeweanstle.. Clifto (Iole.), o 2'frwoeotle. The following p?arengers wcre bookod to lease to-day, per Ly-Ocnmoon, for Brisbanne nd northlern "orts-Lo?Nendoa Ome rahan, Smith, Misi Birnch ?brg. Measra. T. T.Ahano, J. Gallwawy, R. Docker, Lupton, T. \V. Daley, J. 1. Marrie, Buckand, Hint, Corpenter, Meolatt, Allan, Smith, Thorpe, W. B. Ilafley; and 0. in the steerage. Tile following p longerf left to-da for Queenn. land porto lr WaVrrgo -:Meeatonr Norsohaf, W. Minnett, C. S. Snlmon, j. H. Moore, J. Wood, P. S. Hawhins, La Roy, Graham, Misses O'Flynm, lLemon, lciao, Ballard (s), Bert, Meonre. W. B nnuott, C. S. Salmon, H. Moore, If. Reid, Wood, T. S. Itanklns, J. J. Drown, F. C. Maoedonald, F. ljoll, I. Neighbour, A. A. Wall, G. T. Tlhompson, V., Kirk ; and 20 i...
SHIPPING. High water, Sydney Cove, this day, 1.30 p.m. ARRIVALS.-JANUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
SHIPPING. lIeh~l water, Sydney Came, thin day, 1.3 p.m. AdlRIVALS.-JACV· fl 13. Vnrtbia(e.), 31t7 tone, Cn~taln ~.n~nl from oeeznt,,nber 14).,m~G ,rt 1)0 erninant tn. minirnta. (3.S.Ynl]1l.egent. Ilotiednie (a.), 274 tom,. Captain M. Prenderglant, frombnt Ooning ~.ior. J. Son nd Co., egontn.