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INCIDENT OF AN ALL-ENGLAND CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
INCIDENT OF AN ALL-ENGLAND CRICKET MATCH. The Rev. Arthur 0Mursell tells the fol lowing story of an All-England cricket mhatch played at Leicester over 35 years ngo:-It. was a brilliant summer's day, a?nd the hot sun poured down on the old ecicket ground in Wharf-street, Leicester, nIow long ago out up into a labyrinth of squalid' streets; and the white hats'of Alfred Mynn and Fuller Pilch and I "Jemmy" Dean, and old Lillywhite, and Mr. Felix, with that of thepresent veteran George Parr, as a " colt," shone like illumi nated sugar loaves between the green turf and the blue sky. Lord Burleigh (I suppose the present Marquis of Exeter) had made a brilliant score of 60 rans for the twenty-two of Leicestershire against the "All-England Eleven.". The twentieth -wicket of the provincials had succumbed, sand the twenty-fhst man was not forth coming. If no one else went in, his lord; ship would have to leave the wickets, but if a partner could be found for him. he mnight, get ten or a dozen ...
AQUATICS. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
AQUATICS. ,JAOU?AOT. - 15. Mercantile isoving Club's Annual Meeting 18. Double Bay A nmter Sailing Club. 90. National Regatta. Entries close Saturday Januaryl6. 20. Smith's Handiep Trophy taos. . ,Woolloosmoeloo lay Regatta FEnonaoY. 6. Light Shiff Iae for Youths, Woolloomes Bay 1S guineat'rojhy) 33. Pyr? ot Regota. • .. . ? An?In.- - 20. BalmaIn Aonnul Roestta. nOYaL SIDN r Y raceT oQU rOeNb., F.ourth.class rw, prize £20, January ?. STh ird-class raoe, prize £25, January 1. Seco d.class riae, prze £?5, J anuary 23, First-clans rag,, prize £15, Jonnar lit, Comnmodore'.prize, £50, Tebrary 0. - BNYOi AMiATEUR saiLinG CLOS. The followingis the pirogramme of the races to 1,e sailed dria i eason.100-6 .:- ' January 9.o-Sen boats, 24 feet; half.docked uboats, 20 feet ai undor. n January 2,.,-Open boats, 22 feet; open boats, 20 feet., February 6-Halfdeckebt boats ever 25 feet; half.decked gats, 22 feet. Febransy2O-HurXy-sknrry race for open beats do. do., for holf.decked boats. SMarch O.=H...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
Special Advertinements. BARING'S LOAN and DISCOUNT BANK. LEND MONEY on aFurniture (without possession), Land, Shares, and Personal Security, Bills of Lading at very Low Rates. Bills Discounted Daily. BARING'S LOAN and DISCOUNT BANK, 119 Elizabeth-street 119 (between King and Market streets.) 66 EA FOAM SHAIPOO.' 'SEA FOAM SHAMPOO." Dave you over tried the "SEA FOAM SHAM. PO0 7" If not lose no time in getting a box of t?.i^ great cleanser of the hoa and skin. Doltgbt: illy p^-fumed, and softening to the skin and hair d9 s alone as the grandest. production of modern chemist.y Insist on having it, and do not be rersuaded to tCke something else on the plea that it's iust as good. p thSold everywhere, at Is. per bnn. WHOLESALE ALL DEALERS. BRAY BROTHIERS4 China, Glass, and Earthenware SHOWROOMS, -402 and 404 GEORGE-STREET. W ALLACH BROTHERS; New Furniture Warehouses, York-street, Wynyard-square, Sydney. MANUFACTURERS and IMPORTERS 0 Art Furniture, Bedsteads, Bedding, Pianos and Carpets. ...
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. January 14, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. January14, 9 Dm. fr-lmu.--S.E., cloudy, thermometer 73 in shade, ALue ..-E., tine. BALLIIA.--..,Ciloudy, ecu rough. BAwiRNJOEy.--.E., fine, see amooth, BJATvneRT.-Cau , flue. BATOAnu'S BAY.-Calm, fine, se smooth. BDLLINOe, HAD.--SB. cloudy, scu moderate. C-aREzec HoAce.--S,E., cloudy, sea smooth. CAPE H'wxE.-Calm, flue, sea smooth. BDen.-N.E., fine, sea moderate. GAnO Il s'n.-Llno interrupted, GUn?eon -Calm like rain. GeRes C?orE.-Line interrupted. JEIuVs BAY.-Calm, flne, sec smooth. XrlxA.--.1E., flne, ea smooth. Mºacueey HEADs.--SE., cloudy, eoa'mnooth. MareTLtAe.-S.W., cloudy. MANena HEADuI.-S., cloudy, sea heavy. BoeOmA HEaDs.-N., fine, sea smooth. lNaml]uCCA HEADs.-S.E., cloudy, sea moderate, )ewCABTLa.- S., hazy, sea smooth. PeeT MagteoAnE.--S.S.W., seu modecate. PORT S?yEIese.-S. fire, sea smooth. ALL Bers.--S.W., flee sec smooth. SouTH Hsln.-S.E.E., cloudy, sea sauooth. TErURAA.-N.E., flne, seu smooth. Toerca HEADS.-Lino interrupted. ULLADnuea.-Calm,...
DISPATCH OF MAILS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
DISPATCH OF MAILS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. Overland to Melbourne, and thence per Orhiot Compnyo's stemer Orient, Thursday, January 21. gistered letters, 4.30 p.m. ; ordinary. 6 p.m.; 6d. the oz. Neospapersn 4.30p.m.. Id. eaeh. Late letters for the United Kingdom only will be received up to 0.30 p.m.; extra fee, 6d. For rates to places other than the United kingdom een "Postal Guide."
PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
PRODUCE REPORT. Theo reduen markets were well attended., ppotntoea receiving a good deal of atteution.1 Windsor !lichmond wore sold at £10 to £10110. ler ton, and Victorian at £10, with exceedingly light stock not by any means equal to the demand. Shimenta direct from Warreambool are expected this day. Batter remains the mtme value, 9d is the quota tion for good; Illawerra roll bhtter Is. Maltoc-4 falt tradO do :oa at l3a 114, o is.a Oats-The market remains in the oamo ste. ^-s 4d is obtotinablo for bright heavy feed, while inferior torts art neglected at 2s to 2s Id. Onlons-Victorian in strong demand at £7 with very light stock. ho chaogo In other produce. The arrivals of Victorian potatoesare still very small from the cause whieh ha now been itn operatton for some time over the lumpors strike. Bunter River potatoes in consequence sold well. The markettis still firm in all the other staples. Potatocs.-Victorian, £9 to £9 t08 ; Hunter River, £ l5s to £9. Onions.-Sdleo up to 93. futt...
COMMERCIAL. "GLOBE" Office, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
COMMERCIAL. leato" p LOtnn Oflfce, l p.m. Iii tihe import markete to.doatho attention of * Our merchants wasmalaly dirceelto thoecamen' ahike, which, in addition to the wharf labourers, is now assuming serious appearances, and will materially effect our iutereoloatol trade. In flour the market is gradually . firm. lag in price, and with the limited supplies likely to come forward, owing to the strike, we exopet to see the anrkee bardened in price. Stocks of imported flour are being fast worked down, and the appearance in our market of the * larger buyers would soon have the effect of im. proving values. In tees we notice a fair trade dein', chiefly in Congouns, from 40s to .19. A parcel of halyes wan placed at 4aa, and in boxes at ls Cda and 15 business nas done. The market is frea, and any I._reel of fcally good value is readily pliced. In Liverpool calt stocke are heavy, and for coanse 60e is asked, but we understand 57s fd has been accepted for parcels. In bottled ales of leading...
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. Bns sn.-Arrivals: January 13, Earl Gran. villo /bqe.), from London; Emily Cmaplin (bqe.), fromHtdl, Departure: January 14, Kollawarra, for Towusville ; Easolagh, for Sydney, Taldora, for Dundaborg. ADELAIDE.-ArrivalS: January 13, Konowarra, from Melbouruo; Otway, from West Australia; Tonterdon, from Sydney. Departure: January 13, South Australian, for \Vest Australia; Franklin S(s.), for M~elbourne. kELaourse.-Arrlved : January 13, Waihora, froum New Zealand. January 14 Perth, Khandalla, from Adelaide. Departures : January 13, Notero, beo,, for Knipara ; Killarney (s.), for Sydney. RICHnOND HEADS.-J?nU?ry 14, pmssed north, Curraong, 4 a.m. CsuacncC HEAns.-Arrived: January, 14, Aus. tralinn, 4.40 o.m. ; City of Grafton, 1.40 a.m. Steamer Mary Blannutyyno still aground. PORT MACQuanE.-.Pnseud: January 14, Ly'ee. moon, north, 4.40 a.m.: Warrogo, north, 4.45 SuAt llocs.--Passed : January 14, Rosrdale, north, 8.15 a.m. Ksama.-Arrivod: January 14, Pioneer, feorks. wo...
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
THE MAILS. Mails will be made up at the General Post Olilco for tho undermontioned places as follows: Toss DAY MaLOnEa, overland ... 4 & 7 p.m. AneLuAD, overlnnd, via Melbourne. 7 p.m. MO-AT AR? D LAUan CESTO, overand to o.Hourne, and thence per steamer .7 p.m. MCLEAT Rivan, per Coraki ... ... 8 p.m. FRIDAY. U LADLnA. and CY ON, par Hunter , 9 a.i. TOWNvILLE, COOeTOwN, Tuaeonan ISLAND, PORT DAnWIN and Hoao. XONG, per Wlmmpoa .. ... ... p.M. BrInDApE A?D INTHERnN POFaTn, Per SATORDA!. IPOn MoPEsnY (Now Guinea), John W r;il ... .... ... ... ... 11 a.m. Mlein:nDLnnA ANn EDNn, per Nega 11 a.m. IImndsA E AND IOxnaTERN PaoTS. per Rodo23e) Non. EnRInr?en te- e ivoi?T e PoRm,, per Katoomba ... ... ... . .. . NOON. He0?aT AnD LaieCjSTOa. via Eden, pe Flor . ... ... ... ... .. 3 p.m. C.LAHENCn RnEe, per Helen Nieoll ... 8 p.m. UiN. xi, K'eeaeOae AN ConTINENTr OF Eunore-Overland toMelbourne n'd thence per Orient Steamer Oaeat, Thubar..y, Jana: :,:r- 2. . . 6p.m.
SYDNEY TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
SYDNEY TRADE. The value of imports at the port of Sydney for the week ending JanuAry 9, 1886, amounts to £421,748, of which the principal iteu 9 are: Apparel and drapery £.. X72,-19 Boots and shoes ... 25.560 Beer ... ... ... ... b45 Fldur ... ... ... 401 Gold ... ... ... ... 3 868 Hardware .. ... 106 ero'.e o ... .. ... 1460 Malt ... . . . 45101 Opium 'me 403 Preserved 'moat " ? 3123. Pearl eboll ... ... ... 1673 Rico ... ... .. 3868 Sugar h.id ... ... 30,419 Skins and hides 1980 S:'5 ... 1774 Tea ... .6... ... ... 200 Timber ... ...... 24,042 Tobacco and cigars, .,, 10,542 Tin igc .. . 6300 Tin ore .. . 2044 Wheat ... ........ 2201 Wine ... .. ... ... 2908 Whisky ... . 5769 Wool ... . ... 33 The value of exports at the port of Syd ney for the week ending January 9, 1886, amounts to £400,137, of which the principal items are: Beer ... ... ... ... £941 Oil ... ... ... ... 1927 Spirits ... 721 Sugar ... 1229 Tea ... .. . 9253 Tobacco... ... ... ... 1801 Boots ... .. 1910 Coal ... .. ...
NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
NEW7 INSOF VENT. Sun Wair. o: Mojoour..:trcot, Woobahrn. otore keopor.- Li.~bili le, 9175 GOo. 7d.: as oto, £SB: eoflcioocy, £7O~. 7d. Causes of Iu olvosOy : Dul c:.s of businoee::, and proosuro of creditors. F]. Mt. Stephen, offictel assigneo.
FISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
FISH MAflKEF. At the WooPoomooloo Market this morni'3, there was a good supply of fqh, aid pr'es were well op, the loIlowvo t3imgrulingrate?:-Prawo ls Cd r~r quar.- ; whitin', 35s to 451 pnr bato o C5lb; bream, 15e to Us per bskeo.; mullet, lie per b'iket; flHothead, 5s to 110 per dozen ; birek. do!,, 7s to l0s perbaskot;,. t:ile.', i per baskeL; eels, 39 to 12l per dozen.
THE DEATH OF MR. SENIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
hoe follotwing appeared last night in our, Third Edition. THE DEATH OF MR. SENIOR. The following is the continuation of the examination of Constable Matheson, the first portion of whose evidence was inblished in our earlier editions: To Mr. IIellyer: I understood the nautical phrases I made use of in my evi dlence. Mr. Hellyer: You said in your evidence that the sailing boat ported her helm. Vlhat effect would that have on her, seeing abe was sailing on the port tack ? Witness: She was steered by a tiller, and the effect would have been to carry her near the steamer. (Laughter.) Mr. Hellyer: Would it flot have a con trary effect? Witness: No, it would not. What I mean is that port by a tiller is starboard by a wheel. (Laughter.) Properly under atood, the sailing boat starboarded her helm. To the beat of my knowledge, the Alpha was carefully navigated. I was with her all day. Mr. Hellyor : Did not the Alpha, when in Middle Harbour, nearly collide with a yacht ? Witness: I did not see...
AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
AGENTS "'SUNDAY TIMES." THE "SUNDAY: TIMES" CAN BE OBTAIlf,}. PRO1M TtIM, OLLOWING AGENTS: Mr. John Varney, Bay-strnot, Globe Mrs. Chapmaso Brhflge House, Forest Lodge Mr. G. Cassell:, Elizabeth-street, Balmorer Pa. Mr. John Fishsr, E1lzaboth-strect. past Bathurst stre t Mr. B1. KaIn, 37 Georgo.atroot West Mrs. Mloore, `15 Globe Point Road Sir. Frost, 8S George-street, Casapordown Mr. G.,Gough, Tobarconist, Globe.road Mir. Wellse n, George-streot West, opposite. BaiL way Station Mr. C. Blrown, 13 George-gtreot West Mr. G. Bi~sard, 193iini'-street, Newtown Mr. J. C. Yoaieeesh, 2S1Klinsg-street, Newtown Mr. J. T. Jones, Tolosccolstt, Iauly Mhl. M.1: (lanseon, 217 Oxford-street, opposite gaol Mr. Jobs L. Berghoeftr, 519, Pitt-street Mr. Goode. Cantereury-road, Pstorsham Mrs Miltthell, Nelson-street, Petershamt MIr. Bl, w, Parrmuuttta.roa? M t. Pi.', 219 O--fdore street, opposite"gaol Mr. G. Eversrd, 112 Oxford.street iles. M?nning, 8 Oxford-street Mr, S. Scandrit. Church-street, Parram...
AGENTS FOR THE "GLOBE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
AGENTS FCR rHE ° GLOBE. Thle GLOBE is now enlarged to Eight Pages, fIfty-soe colhms nin all. It ths? becomes THE LARGEST EVENING NEWSPAPER IN AUSTRALIA. The GLOBE can be obtained off the ngeoits: SYDNEY AND THE SUBURBS F. J. Barker, S5 Sussex-slreot Samuel Barter, Balnmain west Bookstall Cosmpany, King-street tram and: Station S. Y. Bernet, Woollahia Samuel Bashby, 81 Viee-street, Redfern. Joseph Cedoasm, Central Bolsnaha Idrs. DBavs, Kent-street W. Caissn, Harris-street, Ultimo II. W. L. Causton, 111. Clarence-street ir. C. Clark, tram tersminu, Marriokville J. Croft,95 William-street Deacon and Sons, North Shore G. ?Eogisoh, Paddinggton H. W. Foster, i Wilism.stroot Wms. C. Good, Peterasam, itrs. Hsmilton, Waverloy Harris Brothers, Netowwn ; also at Cook's aocdonaldtown and St. Peters litrs. Hinohcliffe, 75 Bolanyroad, Waterloo. John L.I Berghoefer, m 9 Pitt-steet H. How, Parranmatta.road, Leichehardt Mr. Johns, eFiahon's Point, Lavender Ba. Joseph King, Lavender Bay , W. J. Idant...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
Moth~ers I If you wish to keep Sour chil~dren - Xfeotroycr.-Ar'V2. .1 Medical. R B 0 Y D. D S?CASTLEREAGH : STREET, (Upstairs), Sydney, Graduate in Medicine and Surgery, Registered Physician of New South Wales. Consultation: Mail, or in person. Office Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mon day, Wednesday, and Saturday evenings, 7 till 9. Deformities,Nervous, end Female Diseases a speciality. I EDICAL CLAIRVOYANT. . MADAM CHALK, 22, Castlereagh street, Redfern, receives patienta under. electrical treatment. C 0 N S U L T DR. DE SPENCER. SPECIALIST, Who has received the substantial quasi fication of 40 years practicalanid variedex perience in the practice of his profession. Let the aflicted have the benefit of his prompt and effective treatment, so as to regain their lost HEALTH and VIGOUR. When ether medical men have FAILED, consult the Dr. and be restored to your MANLY FORM AND CONDITION. ' 9, Regent-street, near Railway Terminuu, Sydney. HECK TO TYPHOID FEVER GREEN'S PATENT DRY ASH AND EARTH...
CLEARANCES.—JANUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
CtLEARANCES.-J~aean? 14. Coekli (s.), 350 tons, Captain S. Pastano for Maocloy River. The following posaongers left for Hobart and Eden this moroeng, per Cori'na :-Mevdavcv Bridgeman, Stodden, Freshman and infant, ?unee, Kerr, Scott, Dieksoo J. Kin, A. Popper. R. Gower, 5Sit es Htolmc, (3). Hop ins, Fraoce. C. H'Fraes, ,I)wyer. Swindoll, Munco, Lord, Measrs. Hamilton, A. M. Woodhlll, Muoen, J. Lutlherlaond, C. Henry, Kerr, Dickton', B. ]I'Carthy, Chltng Wan, G. Harrison, A. North, Captain Ceamberlair, Mooast.'s R. Gower, J. Kin .(2), A. Freshman ; and 15 in the steerage. iThe iron barque Wcs. Riding, after an absence o. nearly oeiht year?, reached port from Bristol yesterday afternoon, after a passage of 91 days. The barquo brings a full genoral cargo, and is con. signed to Gibbs, Bright and Co. On October H the West Riding spoke the ship Mylonome, bound from Liverpool to Calcutta. On October 23 she spoke the barquoe Limeri, from Liverpool to Brisbane, 11 days out; and on November 1...