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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
INTERCOLONIAL yWS. (PEox o OWN COnUBPeron-MT.) MELBOURNE, WNsmT. A successfultrial of a three h earth-. scoop, invented by Mr. Chesney 1lop of the Riverina, was made at Keugton yesterday. The National Agricultural Sock' in tene erecting a huge grand stand he next show on August 25. S BRISBANE, WaEDNEs A curious accident is reported toe halppened to George Harris, at Newsy. ITarris, seeing a snake near his house,, forward and placed his foot on its bc The snake coiled itself round his leg, t' .placing the gentleman in considerai r·lawr. Mr. W. Brown seized the fi weapon to hand, 'an old sword, with whic.. he struck at the snake. He unfortunatel; missed his aim and cut Harris across thl foot nearly severing one of his toes. The following telegram has been re. ceived by the Treasury from J. Hughes, sub-collector or unstom, Xow?? nsvue: "Boat Dot,with three white men and two Ranakas, left here for PalmIsland on 29th December, and has not reached there. Employed steamer yesterday to visi...
SPORTING. TURF FIXTURES. 1836. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
SPORTING. TURF PLXTURES. 1886. JANUARY, 13, 14. Bega (annum). 14 15. Tuannian Turf Club. 2u, 21, 22. asmaa nia: i Racing Club. 23. hnoshlillaoes Club. 20, 27. Juno Iaracing Club. 26. Sydney Turf Club, Randwlck. Hundicaps, Januar7 18. 20. Cnmden and Campbelltown Jockey Club Entrier 10th inatant 28, 30. Geelr u.C. General entries, 8thi r29. Gulbarn umner uace lMeeting. 30. Windsor 'arm Racing Club. Eulties, January 16 PEnnUARy. 3, 4. Braidwodl T. C. 3, 4. New E, land. 3,4. Nuw EngandAnnual. a, 5. Temora !.C. Nominations for Ton Plate and Temra JRockey Club Handicap cluseon. January 7; 1 soy. each. Weights, January 15; nceepur es, January 25 37 and 18. Batlarst Turf Club 57. Rosehill. 11,13. Neweastle7.C' 13. Victornia Aateur T.C. OGeneral entries, February 1 " weights, February 3 18,19. B]urrowa J.f. " 20. Canterbury Pad; Race Club 24, 25. Croeckwell J.. - Glenn Innes. 25;26. Burrangong %nrf Club. Entries, February 0 27. V.R. C. Autun Entries for Newmrket, Handicap and iAustralian Cup...
THE BRITISH ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
THE BRITISH ELECTIONS. [ETEna's TEzLEAans.J At Bradford thirty-five per cent. of the electors abstained from voting, . and at Hull twenty-three per cent. The liberal majorities were most in the northern boroughs, including Derby and Halifax, although in Sunderland and -Newcastle, bhirty per cent. of the electors did not vote. The Liberals were also undoubtedly triumphant at the midland and eastern boroughs. while in the southern an I' western boroughs the scale turned decidedly in favour of the Con-. servatives. The . Libdral' victories in the counties is regarded as. chiefly due. to Radlical, agitation by the advianced Liberals, who have froA the outset placed a clear and definite kogramme befora' the . counties, . and have on th r whole strengthened thei. positions. 'A 'ven bisimce of parties is ow witnessed.' The only similar occurren was on the 'occasion of the Reform Bi in 1847, but then .the fusion of the Petes. and Li berals sooen disturbed the balcee.
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
COURSING. Th Nhuew South Wales Coursin Club held the •followin? meetingEs during the ye.--. May 14nd 1, at Woodstock-Dby, Oake, Car. riugtouCup, &e. June 18 and 19, at Woodstock-!e St. Leger, W aterloo Cup, and Waterloo Pua. August 6 aud 7, at Woodstock-`udey Cup, Puruo, aud Plate..
ATHLETICS. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
ATHLETICS. \ PIXTUHES. JuanuAT. 14andl6, Newecutle. Sheffield Handimcp.ndsd caps, December 29. Acceptances, Janu,3 9 15, 16. H?urlighame Handicap, Brighton ,rak , elbourne. Entries, Saturday, 9th ; .d caps, 12th ; acceptances 14th. 26. W olusla thletic Club sports. Accopbee,, 23rd 26. Bathurst Sheffield Handicap. Ent?ies,', nary 9. 28. Em; Maitland Athletic Gathering. 26. Caledonian Sports Parkes 26. Blaney Sheffield Handicap (£50) and Sports.\ 3- Iudgee SheleldHandicap ( t100) 2,.17 20. Sir Joseph Bunk's .HandicapB. Estries 817 cl2s February 5. Handica p. ebruary 15. Acceptances, .irch 6. 24.26. Stawell (Vic.( Athletic Club (Easter Gift, 2600(. Eutries March 5.
A WEDDING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
A WEDDING DAY. Iwas married to-day. All the books I have ever read finished with the marriage of the heroine, so I suppose my life ought to Ibe over now. But it seems to me as if it lhsd just begun. I am not much of a heroine-only a country girl who has seen nothing of the world; but George says I know quite enough, and that there is nothing so delightful as a simple young girl who has never been into society. George is my husband. I was eighteen last week. Ever since my thirteenth birth day I have kept a diary, and never missed writing in it once. This in a brand-new one, with a lock and key. I almost wish a year was written in it already. I feel so curious to know about the future. People say it is silly to keep a journal, but I lhavo had a great deal of pleasure out of mine. Sometimes on dull days I have read about merry ones gone by, and then everything has come back quite fresh, and I have seemed to live the pleasant hours over again. Of course I never intend to have any secret...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
Public Companies. AUNUAL INCOME EXCEEDS ONE MILLION FIIRE A D M RFINE "O' RENTS INSURED. First-elma DWELLINSS EIGETEENPE?OE PER £100 LIGHTNING & GAS EXPLOSION DAMAGES PAID.. NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSO CIATION OF AUSTRALASIA, Limited. Sydney Office: 32, HUNTER STREET. Assurances effected onirst-class lives up to ... ... ... .?£5000 Policies in force amounting to over .............. 4,000,000 Annual income (frompremiums and interest) .. ... ... 200,000 Accumulated funds, ... ..- 500,000 There is no life office in Australia which gives to its members a larger return for the premiums paid ."under whole life policies" than the National Mutual, and intending'assurers are advised to apply for a copy of this Association's prospectus before effecting an assurance elsewhere. All information furnished on applica-. tion to 'H. C. EVANS, Resident Secretary. Amusements. A C.ADEMY. OF MUSIC: Proprietor and Manager, F. E.. HISCOCKS. The Popular and Fashionable Resort. TRUTH IS MIGHTY, AND WI...
THE BURGLAR'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
THE BURGLAR'S STORY. The following curious tale, written by Mr. W. S. Gilbert, apeared in the Sporting and Draewlie eets- When I was eighteen years of age my father, a distinguished begging -letter impostor, said to me, "R?einald, I think it is time that you began-m think about choosing a profession." These were ominous words. Since I left Eton, nearly a year before, I had spent my time very pleasantly and very idly, and I was sorry to see my long holiday drawing to a close. My father had hoped to hare sent me to Cambridge, but business had been very depressed of late, and a sentence of six months' hard labour had considerably straitened my poor father's resources. It was necessary-highly necessary-that I should choose a calling. With a sigh of resignation I admitted as much, and finally intimated that I should like to be a burglar. " Ye?," said my father, mnsidering the subject; "yes, it's afine manlyprofession, but its dangerous, highly dangerous." "Just dangerous enough to be exc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
Patient: "Sir, you put me in a set of false teeth." Dentist: "I remember.' P.: "You promised they would be just like natural teeth." D.: " No doubt." P.: " Butyour false teeth give in a deal of pain !" D.: "An exact imitation of nature, you see!' £5000.-First Annual Solo of Gold and Silver Jeowellery, Valches, Clocks, &o. 80s. good valie for £1, ail now Christnom desiglns. Everybody can afford to gise a preseot by purchasing of the ln. tolrirising tOre of .. lborchard ad Co., wstch. ab'ors, jewellers, land ollvrsilths, 7si, George. vtreet, coretr Vnwtuelistrctti.(AOPT. Business Notice. F ACTS FOR LAGER DRINKERS. IMPORTANT COMPETITIONS. ALL COMPETITORS BEATEN. HIGHEST AWARD WHEREVER ,EK. HIBITED. PHILADELPHIA, CARACCAS, PARIS, SAN FRANCISCO, And NEW YORK. CLAUSEN'S CHAMPAGNE LAGER BEER. THE GOLD MEDALIST. Clausen and Son's Champagne Lager Beer has successfully beaten every com petitor in every case where, it has been exhibited, never having been adjudged a second place, but s...
BRASSFOUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
BRASSFOUNDERS. The half-yearly meeting of the Brass founders' Association was held last even ing at the Swan-with-Two-Necks Hotel, George-street. The president, Mr. W. Fay, occupied the chair, and there was a moderate attendance of members. The following officers were elected for the en suing six months :-President, Mr. A. Murdock ; vice-president, Mr. J. Shearing; secretary, Mr. W. Whyte, re-elected; treasurer, Mr. C. Jennings; auditors, Messrs. Pay and Cooper. A vote of thanks to the secretary, Mr. Whyte, and the re tiring officers, was accorded unanimously. The committee appointed to. wait on the Trades' and Labour Council re affiliation, gave in their report, which was received, but consideration of it was postponed to a future meeting. A letter was read from the Melbourne Brass Trades' Society, and the secretarywas instructed to continue the correspondence. Several new members were admitted. It was decided that the. balance-sheet and half-yearly report stand over till the next ...
NEW INSOLVENTS. SURRENDERS [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
NEW INSOLVENTS. SUURENDERS Charles Ewing, of Bowral, laborer. Liabilities, £65 16s. 44.; assets, ,6 10s. Causes of insolvency, pressure of a nudg ment creditor for damage done to.a hired buggy. Francis M'Nab official assignee. Charles Vincent Goold, lately of Cooma, hotolkeeper. Liabilities, £174 15s.; as sets, £?6. Causes of insolvency: Depres sion in trade and pressure of creditors. Official assignee, Francis M'Nab. COMPULSORY SEQUESTRATIO?. Australian Joint Stock Bank v. Charles Wood Readett, of Sydney, solicitor. Rule nsisi returnable on February 11. Official assignee, Mr. L. T. Lloyd.
A DROP OF CONTRADICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
A DROP OF CONTBADIOTION. Scotchman-" What'll y' hae ." French. man-" I viii take a drop of contradic tion." Scotchman--" Whet's that I' Frenchman-" Veil, you put in do whisky. to make it strong, do water to make it weak, de lemon to make it sour, and de sugar to make it sweet. Daen you say, 'lero's to yoyl' and you take it your self." Show me one wicked man who has written poetry, 'and I will show you where his poetry is not poetry; or rather I will ehor "oAýA apoeryno poetrya al chew ou ~z )Us ' -Igc aIt Pall.
STOCK INSPECTORS' REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
STOCK INSPECTORS' REPORTS WEnTwoRTH.-Weather very hot and sultry. Pasture very bare; water supply yery good nearly everywhere, owing tethe %te rains. Condition of stock very low, (ing to scarcity of food. 5000 wethers fim Poppiltah to Oak Vale, S.A. 4ay.-Weather early part of week op prelively hot; on the night of the 6th and'Ullowing day 74 points of rain fell; now 'we and cool. Pasture improving throng ]ate rains. Water supply plenti fvl for Vesent requirements. Condition ofstockod. 050 fat sheep from selec tions t'rtHoreebush; 9000 young sheep from C0a'to Toongambie; 4000 ewes from C?sa to Dandenong (Vie.); 2000 young sheoe frm Wcoloondool to owner's selectioni 6 Toganmain. : WAAo ,AGGA.-Weather early partof week verylwr;, but.now cool; heavy rain fell in parse uring the week. Passare very good ;.Yater supply abundant. Con dition of stork good; 6951 mixed woaners from Gordon l Gocup;. 000 weather weaners from Mfoy to Bombala; 8C1 mixed weaners from Molong to Toole's Creek; COO ew...