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TO-DAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

TO-DAY'S EVENTS. Geognrahical Society, monthly meoting, Iloynl Ijoclety Ilooma, 8. Mctropolitan Trenoit Commissioners, weekly maetine, 2. Univermsal and, lnoltling and Inaestment C0m. rny, 1,imitolo, ectreordinary jaeetiug, 81 M?rkoet atreot, noon. Lctare- '" Discases i'dron, with simple nlemclies" (for womon only), BIias L. Oostello, Tehclnical College Iiall. Plttsatrcet, 8. Faith HeIaling. aneetiog, Protestant Hall, 11. Medicl llenrd, monthly meoting. 3.30. Adjotrn?lInqocel on Into Mr. W. Senior. Wlarf lahoorern', Untarling o[ How Ulanner. Brickmkchrrc, Neotown. Stowardo' nod Cooh' Union, 8. Awnlexunva. Thoatro Royal, "Cinderella.'" Now OMoa ltoaUe, "Acroa S the Coatib t,'. Olympic, "Mothlor Gooso and the Erkcb?it4 Academy of Masic, Federal in?trels. Iclmoro Park, Weoodyar'a Cirone. Australian Wanworks, open from 10 am. tilI KoekPkoLao'L Enhibition of Fine Arta, 74, George. street. Tow,.holl, Snodwiek, concert, 8. Victoria Thratro, Parramatoa, "The Private HeCretary." - " " A11 ah...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE STORY OF CREATION. A PLAIN ACCOUNT OF EVOLUTION. II. THE STUFF OF WHICH THE UNIVERSE IS MADE UP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

.THE STORY OF CREATION. A PLAIN ACCOUNT OF EVOLUTION. Br EDWa-D CLODD. 51. TOE 5TUFF OF WHICH THU UNIVans *8 W ADE U5. The universe is made up of matter, force, and energy. SL Matter, under which tecin is com prised all snubstances that occupy space and affect the senses, is manifest in three states-solid, liquid, and gaseous. It is probably also present throughout the uni verse in. the highly tenuous form called ether. Between the above three states there is no absolute break, matter assuming any one of them according to the relative strength of the forces which bind and of the energies which loosen the component1 parts of bodies; in other words, according to the temperature or pressure; e?g., water becomes solid when its latent heat or contained motion is dissipated, and and gaseons to invisibility when its par ticles are driven asmnder by heat. * Since the ultimate nature of matter re mains unknown and unknowable, we can only infer what it is by learning what it does. The actions...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LADIES' OWN COLUMN. THE SPINSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

LADIES' OWN COLUMN. THE SPINSTER. 0ho wal a sou spinstor, A woman of renown, Of ,inogarish features And ever present frown, Sbe kept the girls on noetloe, Likewisoe tho boys the same-' Did this peculiar oreature Of gossip-adding fame. eIIr cellar it was laden With pickled things in jars; She conotemtly created Among her neighbours wars. Her attic it was crowded With simples hung to dry; She said they would h)e useful- Who knows P inby and bye. The plagno it came and emote them- The people of the town; The spimter was an angel, For all her past renown. The doctore fles in terror, Fear-striken from the place; God blees hes ogly spinster Of vinegaerielh lce i Her simplee from the attio Kept down the firobrand; And templos that were bursting Cooled underneath her hand. God bless the dear old creature I Although her tongue wao keen, To-day among the people She is their petted queocn. Apropos of bonnets, I have a piece o. information for you. They are now to be worn quite small, with hard...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

Business Notice. /RE FACTS FOR LAGE. IL DRINKERS. HONOURS AT HONE AND. ABROAD. SYDNEY EXPERIENCES. CLAUSENS ! CLAUSEN'S I CLAUSEN'S In a previous issue an aticlel appeared in these columns dealing with -the success of Clausen's Champagne Lager Beer in home and foreign competitions, which it may not.be amiss to smmarise here. At the well-knownCentennial Exhibition,held in Philadelphia, 1876, one of the most celebrated Lager contests ever witnessed came .off, the judges being experts of world-wide reputation, and the entries 18 in -number, .representing the. lead ing breweries of the day. In order to show the manner in which the judging was conducted and thu award made, we quote the following extract from the Brewe's Gaselte, July 15, 1876:--"The tests were made Iwith the strictest impartiality, the experts not knowing the names of the competingfirms, each lager being presented under an arbitrary name or number. Besides the experts, there wore present several gentle men interested in ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. TURF FIXTURES. 1886. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

SPORTING. TUITF FIXTURES. 1886. "1,1 Begs (aurnal). 14, 12. Tasmeuiau Turf Club. • 28, 21 . Tusmuaia:-. Racing Club. 23. Ilscucilllacu Club. 26, 27. Junco Icing Club. 28. Sydney Turf Club, nIludwick. Uundicupu, Jenuuuy 18. 28. Cmd(len ndi Camupbcltown Jockey Club Entrirs, 12t01 instant 28, 30. lccloug I C. Oenerul rutrie, l8th , ;a Goulbarn Summer uace oiluctiug. 10. Wundsor Farm luacing Club. Eubtis, Jlauy ' 18 PBnUavRr. 2, 4. Ilraidceuud T, C. • 2, 4. ew EUglund." 2,4. N1ew EugluudAnuual. 4,2. Temora J.C. 17 nud 18. Bathurut Turf Club 27. luosehill. 3113. h'oeweastle J.C" 31. Victoria Amntc?r TC. Gencerl entrien, :TuFobruaryl· weights, Tobrunry3 28,18. Burrowa J.C. 20. Canterbury Prrk lRacu Club 24, 25. Crockicll J.C. Glenn ulucs. 22, 26. Bfurrngong Turf Club. 17. V. R. C. Autum n. Entries fur Newmnarkut Hnudicup nud Australn Cup, January4; weigbts. January l5; seconud orfeit, Tub ruary 152 general cutrics, ubebunry 81 wetgbtu, Fobrunry 12. , 1, 4. 1oreu Iluting Club. 4,8. V. 1. C...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TUESDAY. Although there is nothing absolutely new in the political situation; there has been opportunity since the holidays to ascertain the views of Ministers, as to the course to be pursued in the future;, and us all politicians now admit that we are in a delightful muddle, out of which no one can clearly see his way, the opinions of experience are valuable. I select Mr. Berry's views for outline, but most of his colleagues .concur in them, and their influence will be directed to preserve the stains usu as nearly as possible. The argument is, that the position has noet materially changed since the coalition was first affected'; that parties retain their relative strength in the House; and that the few bye elections that have taken place have not indicated that there has been any material alteration in the cbuntry ; and that, consequently, any attempt to restors the old system of Government by party would only result in a deadlock. It is con...

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

COUESING. 'Thu New South Wulee Coursing Club buldi the ioflowiog moootioa o uring the your: 3Soy 14oud15,ut Woodstock--Derby,. Ouku, Cur ringion Cop, &e. Jsue IS and 19, at Woodaelstok-Thu St. Luger, Waterloo Cup, nod Wuinriago Pourse august o18 sid 7, t Wuoodutook--Sy loo Cup, Puras, and Pla~te.

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GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, DEC. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

GENEIqRAL SUMMARt. LONDON, Dsc. II. The elections' in Great Britain and ireland are now concluded, with the results already cabled. As regards the numerical strength of the three great parties, Liberals, Conservatives, and Irish Nationalists and Parnellites, the Liberals in the new Parliament will number nine less than after the election of 1880, while the Conservatives return with a gain of 9. The Parnellites are the largest gainers, and have raised their strength from d9 to Sit The Liberal partyin Ireland weee ompletelyannihilated, not one Liberal having been returned. Another notable feet in this connestion is the Parnellite success in Ulster, where eeveral seats were won by the Conser vatives. The number of Nationalist mem bers returned by Ireland is ont of all pro portion, even to their numerical strength. The success of the Parnellites in Ulster is dne to divisions and feuds? in the ranks of the two old Constitutional parties. The. result of the eleotions in the English counti...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATHLETICS. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

* TFLETIOS. FIXTJURES. 14 aned .--Newcastle Sheffield Hlasdlca. nasedi. caps. December 29. Aceptaneos, Jhnuoa 8. 15, 16. Enrlingham Handicap, BrighteR Par., Melbornec. Entries, Saturday, Sth; handi. caps, 12th; acceptances, 14th. 28. WolumlaAthletic Club Sports. Acoeptasoss. C 23rd 20. Bathursst Sheffield Handicalp. Zhltkis, Jai uary 9 30...Eass, bsitlssad Athletic Gaiherit. 20. Caledonian Sports Parkes 28. Blaucy Sheceldl Handicap (,50) and Sporta. IMudgeo Sheffield Handicap (£150) 18 1. 20. Sir Joseph Bath's ffandioae. ]atrits close PFebary 5. "Handicap, PF?trary 15. Acceptanoces, areh 6. 24.10. t5awell (Vie.( Athletic Chub (Easaer, Glu, £1O0(. Entries March 5.

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SHIPPING. VESSELS TO ARRIVE AT SYDNEY, EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS AND INTERCOLONIAL VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

SHIPPING. VESSELS TO ARRIVE AT SYDNEY, EXCLU. SIVE OF COASTEIRS AND INTER COLONIAL VESSELS. n----. Where Dat of ameo andRig. ogo Trom. Roiling. Abbti Carver, hue . ]' Iloston ...Ocst.15 AnsOr Oswald. oh - Slhaness ... Nov. 2.l dmalfS,00 1 llonurg ... Nov. 15 Amoy, oh 084 Liverpool ... Nov. 7 Alcinoos, sh . London ... Nov. 21 Anotrol, O.S.S. 5381 Plymouth ... 9 Aldergr.ov, h - Londoo. ... - Aegerton, os . Londoo ... - Anustralin, so . Frisco ... Dec.31 Anustralnsian nss ondon ...Dec.123 Blrcoo, 0s .. - ondon ... Brrcln,sch ...or ..-- IYap.. Nov Bombay, os .. - London ... - Broidwood, bqo 950 H?Imburg ...pSe. 1l British Isles, sh .S. 239Lordon ... Boucephnlus, s 1192 t Adelaide ... Nov. 11 Colcioroa, hqo c" Pt Gonblo ... - Candido, oh .. - London ...[ Cope Clear, ll . - Liverpool .... Cope Comorin, sh - London ... Cerro Allegro, bqe .- Charent ... - Chollerton, . 1734 Loudon ... Nor. 9 City of Bombaoy,sh - ondon ... - City of Corinth, sh .. - London ...[Nov. 11 Coluoa, Icqo .. 1188 Pt...

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AN UNWITTING DELILAH. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

AN UNWITTING DELILAH. Dr S.O. U. "Why don't you keep out of the way ?" he said savagely as he recovered his balance and strode away. There were others leaving too. Yankee Dick curtly told the boy of his intention to shift on the morrow, and asked him if he would go with him. "I may as well," was his quiet reply, as the boy stared down into the fiitful flames - of the fire. Three days later, Jack, with his swag upon his back, was toiling up a boulder strewn pass in the adjacent mountains. He had found plenty indications of the existence of the precions metal, but had not, as yet, discovered payable stone. Crushing his way through rough unler growtlh and tiring bashes, he noted at lengthl as he turned a little aside from a clunmp of heavy brambles, an aperture in the reck which faced the summit of the cloud-capped mountain, and upon closer inspection discovered it to be a large abandoned drive. Creepers overhung it and clung to its sides and mouth. Pushing these aside, Jack entered, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

Ptablio Compmany.' ANNIUAL |NO[ME EXCEEDS ONE MILLiON RIENS INSURED. PInrt-class SWELLITIS ZIG TIBR]DP EGG? ,150 LIGHTNING &, GAS EXPLOSION DAMAGES PAID.. Shipping. .... ... ANGLO -AUT~~STRALSIA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. .?EA-To AND PROM LONDON and the CONTINENT. u.s. PORT :D?.RWIN: ... ?0Tons u.s. PORT .ADELAIDE - .. 2900 Tons BS.. PO6RT $j CKSON... ... a.60Tons B.S. P0?: T HTtIP ... PORi2650 Ton, S.S: POiRT VICTOR ... 2.. .,r Toni S.S, PORT MACQ?UARIE 8., 3000 Tons 5.s. PORT AUGUSTA... 3000 Tons .Jor partiCulars of freight and passage apply to a. M'XRTHUR and. CO., Agents, 53, King-street. 0roMPAGNIE DES IESSAGERIES J MaRITIM-ES. DIRECT STEAM BOMMUNICATION PROM SYDNEY to MARSEILLES; via MELBOURNE, ADE LAIDE, MAURITIUS, and SUEZ CANAL, BOOKING PASSENGERS THROUGH to LONDON, OVERLAND, via MAR ~EILLES. Steamers under postal contract with the (lovernment of France. The service is carried on by powerful steamers of 4000 tons and 3000 effective ha.p., built expressly for the Aust...

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I'M TOM'S SISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

I'M TOM'S S1ITER. The mail stage was somewhat behind time that night, and,in consequence, when the four steaming horses eame dashing up the street at their showiest gait, a larger crowd than usual had assembled to wel come their arrival, and exchange 'pieasantries with the driver. He was generally nothing oath forsuchencounters. being eqvrully export with his lash or tongue. But on this ocasion, instead of parrying any of the good-natured quips with which the air was filled, he called out in a s cautioning way, "Bos!'" and' motioned back towards the stage: This' silenced them instantly; they had be lieved the stage was empty, and had not sean the pale, frightened face of a young girl, who was peering out through the darkness at the noisy crowd. She was quickly reassured, howeveri by: the appearance of the agent, who politely inquired if she had acquaintances in town, or would like to go to a hotel, She replied in a timid, perplexed way: "I think I should like to see the post master ...

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A CLEVER ADVENTURER. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

A CLEVER ADVENTURER. William Holding, the young man who was arrested as few days ago upon a war rant charging him with having obtained the sum of £1.00 from the lor. 3. A. Dowie, by false pretences in New South Wales, in thc year 1880, was brought before the MIelbourne City Police Court. He pleaded guilty, and was undefended. The circeestances of the case, as stated by MZr. Dowie, seem to showthat Holding has been a most accomplished swindler. Be fore he went to Sydney, the prisoner had been living for nearly two years in ide bide, where he conducted himself so as te win the goodwill of many persons occupy. ing good positions in that city. Amongst others, he is alleged to have imposed upon --r. Dowio's father, who wrote a* very eulogistic, letter to Sydney, con crning him. In Marcia, 1880, Hold ing went to Sydney, bringing let ters of introduction from South -ustralia. 'Isr. Dowi states that he knew nothing then of any pretentions to wealtlh on the part of the prisoner, hut the latt...

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A CURIOUS COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

SA' CURIOUS COURTSHIP. in the good town of Thoriek, far 'north 'of the Tweed, dwelt the sober, silent, serious Andrew M'Nab, unmarried, and alone. Pastor of a numerous flock, its members .--especially those of the fair sex-were much exercised about his solitary con dition. Iore than one lady of his parish had recommended him, with sisterly soli oltude, -to change his estate, and had hinted, in the most delicate manner possi ble, that a suitable companionr might readily be obtained. Poor, dear man, if 'he had had a sister or mother at that lonely, lonely manse it would have been so different, but he had not even an attached female servant to make tidy his fire-side, .and t put his slippers-if ho had any-in tte fender.' Rumour asserted that no aLar-woman ever crossed his threshold, and the appearances of things as seen by the penetrating glances of those who 'wont to consult the worthy man in his study, wae enough to rend their maiden hearts, especially when they reflected how easily ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

3usiness Notices. THE "BEALE" HIGH ARM PATENT - SEWING MACHINE. BUIL TO SPECAIJ PLANS UNDER, PEESONAL SUPERVISION BEALE ArD COMPANY, after many years experience in the SE~WInG MACHINE TRKUE, observing that all Maehines hitherto intro dured to the public were capable of great muprovements, de~-enined after eon sulting the most competect judges and2 experts, that their Prinsipi should pee eoed to Europ?, and thare get a Machine built that should embody their views and thoroughly satisfy ftle needs of the astralian people. - As the result they now have the pleasste to offer the • "BEALF' HIGH-AdRKl PAT~ENT mACHINaE. A single trial of whe must.onvinee the most septil .of its vast Superiority . over all previous effort? in SEWING 1LCHINE )IEHA1CICS: It possesses all the Newest Improve ments of .value; and is subted to a vast range of work. NOTHIN IS TOO THICKU AN1P HEA~m~h NO~THING TOO LIBHT AND DEICATR FOR THE BEAr.' MAC- A rlNK. * ITWILL HEM, FEILL, 1DO CEWEL WORK, EMBROIDERY," And eve...

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NOTES AT THE INQUEST ON SENIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

NOTES AT THE INQUEST ON SENIOR; There was a fairly large attendance of the friends of the late Mr. Senior at the St. Leonards Police Court this morning, when Mr. Pinhey, the acting-coroner, re sumed the inquiry into the cause of the unfortunate fellow's death. The oxtra ordinary turn given to the case by the silegations of the seaman Gentry, who stated on Monday that the accident occurred before the small boat came near the steamer, and that as a matter of fact no collision took place, has created a keen interest in the proceedings. Mr. Hellyor, who appeared on behalf of Shaw, Cooper and Bloomfield, subjected each of the witnesses, who appeared to sup port Gentry's statement, to a severe cross examination, while Mr. Simpson, tepre senting Dalgetty and Co., Limited, was no less ready in endeavouring to prove that the steamer wasin nsi way the cause of the terrible disaster. One or two of the members of the jury were dilatory in reporting themselves eis morning, and for a few moments ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ALBANY. [REUTER'S TELEGRAM.] ALBANY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ALBANY. ABAI?Y, TUhBoDAT. :The P. and 0. Company's R.M.S. Tasmania, fom Londpn, December 11, arrived to-day.

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PATTERNMAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

PATTERNMAKERS. A meeting of the Pattcrnm3kors' Society was held at the Seamen's Union Rooms, Iloyal Arcade, last evening but thero was no business of importanec transacted.

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SUCCESSOR TO SIR MATTHEW RIDLEY. LONDON, JAN. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

SUCCESSOR TO SIR MA'TTHEWA" RIDLEY. vi [ rnUiB's T2LaouA.M.J LONDON, JAN. 12. M?. W. L. Jacikson, member fo the north division of Leeds, has been' apolinted Financial Secretary to tho Trearnry, in place of Sir M?ta?hew White.Ridley.

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