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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

THE MAILS. MeAil will be made up at the (eno?ral 'set Office tor the undrcrsentiond places as follows:-n Tins Dir Mmaoeaee, overland ...... ...& 7p.m. AuueMIs, overlbad, via Melbourne ... $.3 p.m. ]ODaI1r AD LuNCxcTONt, overland to Melbourne, and thence per stoeamr 7p.m. L (W.A), Incs, Cnevo cnn Con. mnant or OEnore, overland to ]elK. eourne, end thence per P. and O. Comean'Ps steam" o aslUia ... 2.30 pm. Vevem KucOnoO, ovorlsnd to Melbourne, ud thonce per P. end O. Companr's amcr Msa.I ... ...... easpr. Lavaceeron Aoe HononT, via Eden, per Corinne .............. 9 ajm. MACLEAr RVlEvn, per Coraki 8 pan. Fainor. U l,,.o aan ?CLrve, per Hunter ... 9a.m. ToeleveTl Lte, CoOTrown, T'UseeTo BLeaen, POeT DAnWIe and HOnO. eono, per Wlme.poe .. .. 11 a MasOaOC alSO Nonr?esN Ponrs, per Ianelag . .... p.m. SIoenear. Peer Monnson (New Guinca), John Williams .. ... la.m. KIsxeneI a one EeOcn, per Bea .. 11 a.m. meceMzN inn tornaneo PennTe, per Bareubool .., .... o. MuOcoc AND NOarnane Po...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

FISH MARKET. The market was poor thio morning, tho nopplyi being scanty, and pricea anything bat good:? Bream, Iuo per bhetim et 2ulltt, o 1 per biket ; blokisoh, t U Sd to 13s per bakot; whiting, -1 per biasott; eels, Os to ion per dozen; Saltheads, 4o peradozen ; flounders, So to Soper dozen.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

ISpecial advertisementa. T HE GLOBE. SUNDAY TIMES. Intending subscribers *to either paper are requested to SEND THEIR NAMES to this Office, when the paper will be delivered at their doors through the nearest Local Agent. SUBSCRIPTION: : GL 0 B E.-- PAGE PAPER. PRICE 10. Quarterly, in advance, Ge. Cd.; booked, Ps Gd. SUNDAY TIHES 8-PAGE PAPER. PRICE 20. Quarterly, in advance, 2s.; booked, 2e. Gd SARRAMATTA. - Parsons requiring The Globe and .Bunday Times news papers can ]lave them delivered by Mr. S. Scandritt, Church-street. -rVOOLLAHRA. --lr. WV. H. Car V michael (few doors from Post office) will Deliver Seelapa Tims to Persons leaving their Names at his Shop. pADDINGTON.--A. A. Goldamid (op posite old Post-office) will Deliver usdap Timoc-to Persons leaving their Nemes at his Shop. CITY.--Mr. Caustein, Clarencee-sreet, will Deliver Suntd Timcs to Persons leaving their Names at his Shop. CIITY.--Mrs. Davis, Kent-street, will . Deliver Sseedao Tisees to Persons sendiug in tLeir Name...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. January 13, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

WIND ANID WEATHER REPORT. Jantaryl3,9 n.m. - iynnsn.--S.E., fine, thermometer 73 in shade. Aa.enRI.--W.., fine. sLLXNA.--S.W., fine, bar rough. 13sRl?Jouo.--S.E., fine, sea smooth. BaynneTs.--E., fine. UaTnUae's Bay.--Calm, fine. nuLuLnosn "Hnanu.--S., showery. sea smooth. ClaReNCE Ilaon.-fi., fine, sea rough. Copn twnngW.-S,, fine, sea smooth. TsDum.-N.E., fine, sea olight. Oono Isuesn.--N.E., fine, sea slight. Gnrseon.--S.E., dull. Genne Cars.--N.E., fine. sea smnoth. Jusyl Blo.--S.E., cloudy, soa smooth. EzsuAo.--f., fine, sea smootlh. Hicexor Heno.--E,, showery, sea moderate. Xonmauxn.--S.E., fine. -ounino RwinS.--i.E., cloudy. sea heavy. Itousyn Htnone'.-, fine, sea nonouth. ourancea Hnasu.--S. cloudy, moa moderate. JlueoCnSyIn-E..E.,, cloudy sea slight. Pore htoealnUnm.--.SS.E., cloudy seamoderate. Peat STfmiero .--E., cloudy, sea moderste. Sum. Roeau.--S.E.. cloudy, sea moderato. SoOT. HAI)o.--S.E. fine, sea smooth. Tuamna.--W., elnudy, se m aooth. TnnU Hnou.--S., cloudy, sea...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A HAPPY FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

A HAPPY FAMILY. At the North Shore Police Court yester day, the following four cases were disposed of; which dovetailed into one another. They arose out of a family quasrrel, His Worship advised reconciliation botween the parties, and withdrawai of the cases. Apologies being forth-coming in the first three cases, they were withdrawn, and the fourtls merging into the fifth, Mr. Roberts, sen., for tise plaintiff, allowed it to be strucc out, and said if sureties were given for the fifth it would not be proceeded with. His Worship asked if defendant's own recognisance for .f20, and one surety of £20, would be sufliciefit. MIr. loberto replied that it would. Defendant agreed to his own bond for £20, but said he could get no surety. This would not do Mr. Roberts, who said he could easily get surety for the amount if hs wished to do so. Defendant said he could not; he desired the case to be thoroughly shown up. The case was then proceeded with, the evidence showing that, during the five m...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

Af1c for Dyasoo ]Jroa~s. Apple esed Lcmon Jam.-. (aDVTlj Public Companies. maE HhM~RET PERMABNENT 1 119, UILINGAND INVEST MENT' COMPANY., LIMITED. LOF~FICES , COrn ~Exchange, Jlaymorket, R5Ta5L5555n 1850. Limited Capital .. ... ~l0@,00O Beservec Fund and undivided profita. . ......da2,Oeo. Dissero~as: I. T.~TILLOCK. Esql., Chairman. William Pritchard, Req. Simeon Brown, ERag. George Wells, REq., J.P. G. HI. Lovett, REq. Thos. Saywdll, Rag. Bieesrsne Dzs-asnsaT:ue Fixed Deposits received to any amount, at the following rates: For Twlvelnle Months. Ip~erenti ,,Six Months S , Spesisi smus as per arrangement. Savings' Bankl open Dariy. Withdrawals wPithout notice, and hate rest allowed at the rate of S per cent. per annum on the daily balance. Thle attention of DEPOSITOR&S and INVESTORS ia directed to the RE SOURCES and RESERVES of the aboveo Company, wh~ich does not transact any business of a RISKYP nature, all moneys heing invested in good freehold properties or let on MIORTGA...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRASSFOUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

BRASsFOUNDERS. Thle half-yearly meeting of the Brass founders' Association was hold last even log at tho SwaLn-with-Twro-Necks Hotel, George-street. Tho president, Mr. WV. Fey, occupied tho chair, and thero was a moderate attendanco of members. The followingt officers socro elected for the en suing six months --Presidcnt, Mr. A. Murdock ; vice-president, Mr. 3- Shearing;' secretary, Mr. IV. Whyte, re-elected; treasurer, Mr. C. 3enninga; auditors, Mesaca. Fay and Cooper. A vote of thanks to the secretary, Mr. Whyte, and the re tiring officers, was accorded unanimously. TIhd esramittos appointed to wait on the Trades' and Labour Council re affiliation, gave in their report, which was received, hut consideration of it was postponed to a future meeting. A letterwas read from. the M~elbourne lrasa Trades' Society, and the secretary was instructed to continue the cerrespendence. Several new memb~ers were admitted. It was decided that thle balance-sheet and ball-yearly report stand over ti...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE. THE WIFE AND THE PARSON. (Condensed from Melbourne Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

ROMANCE IN REAL LIE. TEIE WIFE AND TEE PFASON. (Condensed from eltob?roellerlid.) Tire St. Filda Town Hall was the scene on Friday night of the most remarkable public demonstration of feeling that has ever happened in Victoria. It positively bafles description. The enormous crowd that gathered inside the building, the interest evinced in every little detail, the serious accusations and defence went to maoie up something extraordinary. From the highest ollcial in tire aristocratic watering place to the street "Jo,' they were all there, interest and mischief doubtless bringing this great and tumultuous audience together. For up wards of two hours the building actually shook with alterate applause and uproar, and althqugh a strong body. of police were present they were powerless to inter fere. The platform was occupied by His Worship the Mayor, variods speakers, and a nsmber of apparently influential gentle men of this high-toned suburb, and an appearance of dignity and. respect was ma...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAST MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

LAST MOMENT. In another page of this day's Globe will be found an account of a most oxtraor dinary and suspicious series of circum stances surrounding the death of a butcher named Hart, who recently died at St. Kilda, near Melbourne. The wife of the butcher, and a clergyman named Harle, are both objects of opprobrium to their neigh. bours, and some sensational letters of the wife, read at the inquiry, caused the greatest excitement. The adjourned extraordinary meeting of the Balmain Steam Ferry Company's sharehblders weas held this morning, at Mr. Shinstone's rooms, 359, George-street. The business for the consideration of the shareholders was to deal with the question of pirchasing the Parramatta River beats, but, owing' to the non-completion of any agreement between the parties interested, the matter wae withdrawn altogether, and uhe meeting then terminated. At the Water Police Court, before Mr. Johnson, S.M., tolday, a woman named Annie. Harrison was charged with using indecent l...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886

THE CABINET. The Ministry are having a long sitting in cabinet to-day. They commenced at half-past 2, and had not concluded their labours at half-past 4. It is understood that they are considering the estimates, and are considerably modifying those left by~their predecessors in office.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WATERWORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886

THE WATERWORKS. 'One inch and a half of rain fell over the water shed of the water scheme yesterday, and the following was the result :--64 million gallons poured down the Nepean River, and 250 million gallons down the Cataracset River. To-day 62 million gallons are running, in the Nepean, and only' 565 million gallons down the Cataract. The leakage on the temporary scheme is now almost stopped.g

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARRIVAL OF MEN FROM NEW ZEALAND. 3.20 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886

ARRIVAL OF MEN FROM nEW ZEALAND. 3.20 p.m. Tho Vaipora arrived from New Zealand to-day with a number of non-union men, but the union pickets are endeavouring to persuade the men to come out. Counsel's opinion is, that men refusing to fulfil their contract and those inciting them are liable to severe punishment,

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRAIDWOOD RACES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) BRAIDWOOD, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886

BRAIDWOOD RACES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) BRAIDWOOD, Tins DAY. The weights for the Cup and Town Plate were declared last night as follows: BRAlDwoon Cur, a mile and a half. Euroclidon, Oat. 51b.; Balmoral, 9at. 3lb.; Raven, Oat. ; Strathmore, Sat. 121b.; Comus, 8st. 71b.; Parade, 8st.; Clement, 7st. 81b.; Friar, 7st. 8lb.; Jessie, 7st. 5ib.; Sweetheart, 7st. 31b.; Kingston, 7st. 2lb.; Lady Pitsford, 7st.; Wombeir, 7at.; Bound, G6st. 121b. TOWN PLATE, one mile and a quarter. Balmoral, Ost. 41b.; Raven, 9sOt. llb.; Straghmore, Sat. 131b.; Comus, 8st. 81b.; Parade,7st. 131lb.; Friar,7st.9lb.; Clement, 7st. 7lb.; Jessie, 7st. 6lb.; Sweetheart, 7st. 4lb.1f; Kingston, 7st. lib,; Lady Pitaford, 7st.; Bravo, 7st. HIURDLE RACE.-Right Bower, llst.; Parade, 10st. 71b.; Javelin, 10st.; Glend mark, 9st. 101b.; Labourer, Oa9st..71b.; Bound, Ost.; Sefton, Ost. Non.acceptors must declare before January 30, at 8 o'clock. Little betting took place last nighlt. The foll&wing are the most ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A METROPOLIS OF THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886

A METROPOLIS OF THE NORTH. Newcastle-upon-Tyne is well known the wide world over as the great emporium of the coal trade which has been carried on here since the days of Henry IIL,land is popularly supposed in the south of Eng land to be a 'city peopled by coal-miners, and having coal-mines, in full tide of work, plentifully scattered amongste her streets. Yet you will rarely see a pitman there, except on market days, when they flock in from the country round, easy to recognise by their gait and their peculiar complexion, which is pale, yet robust and healthy-looking; while, as for coal-pits; there is only one within the city bounds, and that only started work about two years ago, after lying idle a quarter of a century, In the neighbouring country side they are plentiful enough; in some directions as you approach or leave the city, you will see their enginehouses, and the tall skele-, ton framework of their coal-drawing gear, looming black against the sky on every side. On Newcastl...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPANISH AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886

S*PANISH AFFAIRS. Spain is settling down peacefully for the present, at any rate, and the new Cabinet formed under Sesor Sagasta has been re ceived generally with favour. The Carl'st ana nc pubtean distfurblosnooo anticipa√∑:d upon the King's death have not talken place; a change of Ministry has been effected, and all external causes of trouble have been removed by the action of Ger many and Great Britain in substantially recognising Spanish claims in the Caroline Islands. Yet it is impossible to feel as sured that this tranquility will continue during a protracted Regency. History repeats itself in a curious way. The posi tion of affairs in the Peninsula is sug gestive of that which existed fifty years ago. Then, as now, there was an infant queen-who still survives as the Queen Isabella-left under the guardianship of h queen mother; and then, as now, there was a Don Carloes who claimed to be the legitimate sovereign as the nearest male representative of the dynasty. The Spanisl Pret...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NICE STATE OF AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886

A NICE STATE OF AFFAIRS. At the Ilalmain Polico Court on Tues day, before Mr. Marsh, S.M., Hecnry M'Namarn, a butcher, was charged that he, being the lessee of No. 5 slaughter yard, Globe Island, in the district, of Sydney, did not "immediately remove from the abbatoirs and cause the same to to destroyed by fire, or boiled down for tallow," the carcase of an ox, as directed by the assistant inspector, the same hav ing been condemned as. diseased and unfit for human food, contrary to regulation No. 10 of the Public Abbatoirs, Glebe Island. Joseph Jager, the acting inspector at the abbatoirs, laid the infor mation. Mr. Lesley appeared for the prosecutor, and Mr. Sanders for the de fendant. The evidence of the plaintiff was that on the 28th December he visited No. 5 abbatoir, Globe Island, of which the defendant was lessee. While he was there a beastwas brought in a cart dead, but not shinned. After examining the beast; he found thatit had Cumberland disease. It was putrid, and unfit f...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. PROCTOR AND THE SABBATARIANS OF ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886

MR. PROCTOR AND THE SAB BATARIANS OF ST. 'KILDA., The St. Kildians, (says the St. James's Gazette), have taught alesson.to the kind hearted persons who set sail the other day with provisions for them., St. Kilda is. a dreary island in the far nbrth, subject to periodic attacks of stairvation, and weeok ago a'stesmer -left Harris laden by Sama ritans with the good things of which the St. Kildians were known to be destitute. It is a comparatively easy matter to stock a ship with presents for the St. Kildsans, but quite a different matter to land them. The island is guarded from the outer, Iworld by a: raging sea that whirls round t nrceassingly, and the relief party con aLulated themselves when they managed east anchor close to the shore. Then ey got out their glasses ahid eagerly ned the island to see the half-starved? tabitants come rushing towards the I smer. To their bewilderment, not a (I was to be seen. It was a deserted ad. Then a stream of people issued a the church, and the a...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANDALAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886

i MANDALAY. from uandnlay sends the folowing par. ticulars of that city:-"This Royal capital of twenty-eightyears' growth, with a population of 100,000, situated on the left bank of the Irrawaddy, is 350 miles above our frontier, and 250 below Bhamo. The city-and sheltered suburbs measure about four miles square, the city being three miles from the banks of the river, and it is entirely commanded by Man. dalay Hill, close by, on top of which is the Ceylon Pagoda. The city proper is within a broad moat, on which Kingheeban ha two State barges, and thereare fivebridges across it. Next to tho moat comes a high brick loopholed wall, one mile square, on which are forty-eight pagodas, -and which is backed by an earth embankment to within 6ft. of the top. In thn centre of the city is the palace, occupying a space of a quarter of a mile square, and surrounded by a high stockade and inner nwall with four entrances, and another inner stockade and wall. In the palace yard are the late King's t...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886

"Sir," said the porter at the ofice of a French sooiety paper one day to M. Villem essant, one of the editors. "Here is a letter for you." "Hand itto my secretary." "But it is marked private and cotfidential." " Ah ! private and confidential is it ?" and withoutopeningit, Villemessent exclaimed "Then send it to the printers I" Bound Advice. Whbn you jet a good arUclo note ts brand. Pereops on , a os 1 c ti so we?aa' a Scssp?,rs-Ad?st Eld~ttleman: 'Allow me, ladies,' this loking during the performance is paslearing." ]'rauleoin : "That's just v think ; you have actually to screauneo top of your voice to make people that you are saying." Atk Oc_. ,MTrthe,'5 4Iaeb~ 44~ QQoO@ "Use your fork, Johnnie. Have you forgotten so soon what I told you about using your fingers ?" "Well, mamma, fingers were made before forks." "Yes, they were, but not yours, my son." Father-in-law: "Well, Mr. Helnrich, now tell me candidly, have you reason to be perfectly satisfied with my daughter?" Son-in-law : ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886

NEW GUINEA. When we come to consider that the island of New Guinea ranks next to a continent in size, having a length of 1500 miles ovolusive of the Leocadies and other islands, a probable breadth of 500 miles, an area of 301,000 square miles (almost the size of New South Wales), and an estimated population of about three millions, we oannot but be surprised at the little that is known of the comuntryand its inhabitants. The general appearance of the coast of New Guinea is varied, being rugged in some parts and fertile in others. The numerous picturesque islands of volcanic and coral formation, clothed with tropical verdure-with ferns,palms, cocoanuts, and other indigenous trees, clustered with flowering orchids of the most brilliant hues and clothed with verdure down even to the level of the sea, give the voyager the idea that each is a perfect paradise in miniature. These islands are inhabited by a few white men, who employ the few remaining aboriginals in fishing for beohe-de-mer...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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