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SPORTING TOPICS. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886

SPORTING TOPICS. IOTICE. AQDATICO, AoHLCICo, soD GENERAL SPBooT. b? cretarie willblize byosendlo progommeo sod particulars early as possible. BICrCLfoN.-ar] iloriationo of rnos, nmtches, or mcetings wilbo highly apprecigtad. Grgat-interc is manifested in the New castle Sheffieldoandicap, which commences to-day at ,30.1 The track is in splendid conltion. All that is wanted is fine wethg which is at present showery. "Eclipse's; tips for Launcesoton are: Cup: Durd0n, Kohar, and Ballarat. Hurdles : , West Coat. Steeplechase : Bob Coop/. Visitors' Gift: Tis hborne. Our BTidwood correspondent says that since thbnews of Comus win at Bega he is awaafavouritoforthe Braidwood Cup. Jessieltratbmore, Wombein and Raven are ap being backed. Or Melbourne coxrespondent says that desnms are called for a Whistler memd riantone. ies, with Newton and Nathan, have goe to Tasmania. Jur Melbourne correspundent tele aphs that Farnan and O'Brien are to hx for £50. Both men also challenge .ecs for any sum. T...

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

MORNING GALLOPS. A heavy fog. hung ouer the course tbhs morning, which not only made things unpleasant for man, but also for beast. Indeed it was impossible ois discern what horses were going until they actually passed you, and as forca:tling where they were let loose, and what time it took to accomplish the varaor? taks supposed to be allotted, that because us impossibility. TIsa first to set the ball rolling were Tans o'Shantar and Soata, the former of which h d no trouble in getting home slightly in advance of the mare, eatsr a fast five fur long spin. Picentation e.asily stalled ofE Chieftain a once round, wlile St. Aubyn, Toorale, and another went round the same track. Cheshan appearaI to hold Blairgowrie cheap enou?h at the end of three-quarters of a mile. the former is improving wonderfully, andi 3 supp?nd to be a great deal better than hi companion. Peter had Orator in troubl in a once round, both going well. TbI bay is in good heat, and will take a beep of doing in whatever...

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

CRICKET. FIURES roR Jan4ar. 16. Albert v. St. Leonards (Cup), Assooiation Ground. 16. Sur United v. Newtown (Cup), Agricultuml 16. Corlo v. Carthona (Cup); Agricultnurl Ground 10. Hyde v. Double Eay (Cup); Croydon Ground. 16. Oriental v. ruby, Norwood Park., 16. Stanoro v. Buuwood Bonediots. Norwood: rark. 16. BelviedoroY. Warwilek, Domain 16. urierslty v. Manly, M )rnly. .. 16. Carlingfoed v. Gldesvtllo, GladouvlDllo 16. Our .oy . Clifton, Staunoro 16. Soresrord v. Waatob, .Waratho Gro"und 10. Derwent v. Oxford, Forest Lodgeo 16. Darliunglinoub va. Campordown, Canperdow. 16. Livingutono v. Horcantilo (Cup),Oxford Ground. 1G. Cambridge v. Albion (Cup ), Furnesu C.C. Ground 16. Iindependout .v. Mansfield (Cup), Mansfeld, Ground 16. Hero of Waterloo v. St. George, 1og'orah 20. Muanly a. Incognito, Association Ground 23, 25, 20, 27. IIniercolonial Matoh; Viotoria v. New South Wales,. Association Ground H3. Bolvidere v. Warwick (continued), Domaia 23. Rugby v. Oriental, Norwood Park 23....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of the "Globe and Sunday Times." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886

To tho Editor of tho " Globe and S ,nday Times." -Dear-Slr,-Ypur.ooro.of.ouedry, J oanuary. 10 c0ntain0 p0 acoouLoo of a coickot match ly O00 tiro "zaoiwoy "iekoet between.w the Pyormout (Ivanhoe) and Ilcdforo (Coambridge) clbr', Tho report aftor gicing the sores0 made. gocs on to say, "'The wckeot is not at all safe, as oooy ho seen from tho small osoros, and two of the playcro gotting knocked about a bit." Now, sir. o/ n soomopoc of tho abovo olubs I opa thIb o?bo. q report, if let - lSS ,iuootr':lctwi, is Pkely to do oe- club cad grouOd a g .?.t dc?:l of hv:n. I w~ohld 11 o to joint out t.),yea t'a iu the camo colunen us the roleo r of -,1o above nre vi appe.-s, there are ret. ?"rof other sve?ao',o. played on dlfe rent w'c:ot-, aol vevy few of them c.n ohowa I "' r reoro thlo: t'to P1imo"ot Ivawhooo' flty.-two. Oanto'%t one oftbe ho.t b.bib to-ms we have, consd 'only pat 'l other ol:.?y.oi,,ht : the Our Boys lost nbe wickeot' for ooty.-tx; and tho Doerwo'.ta old Carlton deco'id c...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Globe. EVENING NEWSPAPER. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886

EVENING NEWSPAPEER TO CORRESPONDENTS. Allletters and other communications intended for insertion in the news columnis should be ad. dressed to THE EDITOR. ANl business communlcations, includiog navertise. meits, orders for the paper, andl remittancos. houlbo addressed to thZo BBINEmSe Mteaoa , and not to TsE EDITon. THTRSDAY,. JANUARY 14.

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

THE SPREAD OF THE STRIKE. It is hardly possible to read with patience the cant with which the Confer native journails of this colony and Victoria alke aidress ti the Victorian', wharf ]abourers, and to thoLoe who are helping them in their present conflict with their employers. " The whole foundations of Colonialsociety are, we are told, to be uplifted because a few hundred men employed in one of the most irksome and laborious callings known to humanity, are asking for a shilling per day more wages. "Raise the wages of the Melbourne wharf labourers from eight shillings per day to nine s'hillings !" say these sapient leaders of public, opuinion ia hoeior... "Great heaven! Capital will be withdraws from business, ships will be lasd up, the coasting trade destroyed, and even mining put a stop to,". and, necessarily, that dear old proverb about "killing the goose that . lays the golden eggs," is trotted oat. The way in which this misused' aphorism is applied tempts one to add a single wo...

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

NOTES AND. COMM S. No one ??n. feel dispo,ed to Lult with the verdict of t?o jury in titter of the death of theunforLtuate ior. The bI.oe suggostion that his 4ions should not have tied him down oat was indeed crel in the extreme4ling more pitiable, more worthy ogthy. than their position, oen easily bhned. Thbt their ill-starred compaui ren led with liquger, and that his ?? dangered all their livec; was beyond all doubt. They went to the last pitch of endurance in taking lm on bo..-d at all after they had lunded him among his friends, who were c.:roped at Middle Har bour; and had they abandoned him to his own rcources as tho-o friends did, no blame could have been attshrd to them. They stuck to him as Britons generally do Ltick to their friends through thick and thin, and all they did was to fasten him so that he could not desLroy the!r lives as well as his oan. The Ma-ine Board will decide the question as to whether the steamer was properly managed; but whatever ther verdict may be,...

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

MINING TOPICS. The hon. seeeotay of t'he Stock E:. change reports the receipt of the following tolegram-from the secretary of No. 1 North Phcenix Gold Company, Gympie :-,1058 tons yielded 1322oz gold; dividend, 3s." Eveleen Silver-mining Company, Po-: Darwin, January 12.-Survey of blocks bhas been completed and lodged with Government officers. New England MIundie Company, Ravens wood, January 3.-I am now raising and shipping good stone, and hope to have another shipment of first-elaess ore off by next B.J. boat, making trtle of first-clawz ore shipments nearly 103 tons. I shall be glad to know if I shall concentrate a parcel from the large heap of seconds we have now at grass. Glen Elgin Gold-sluicing Company, No Liability, January 9.-Timber arrived; commenced at once to timber trial sbefts. At the proposed tail race got large body of water to contend with.. Had to put on night shifts to keep water down, and are down now 56ft. Theproper level for race on that place to be 65ft. Sunny...

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

JUSTICE'S JUSTICE. [COMMUNICATED.] An interpleader case, Fawe v. Cohen (claimant under abill of sale), was heard at theJWaterPolice.Court, yesterday morning, before Mr. Addison, S.M., when a most peculiar decision was given. Mr. Addison decided in favour of the execution creditor on the ground that there was more security than the - amount duo to thie claimant, notwithstanding that the bill of sale in question was duly registered in the Water Police Court and Supreme Court, and the provisions of the Small Debts Act com plied with. It therefore; becomes neces sary, according to Mr. Addison's yiews, that a bill of sale holder, in order to be protected from the SmallDebts Court, shall apportion a part only of the security offered him (involving intricacies of nomean deseription,1with endless law suitel loom ing in the distance in the event of fore closure) or that if a person requires, say, £20 upon chattels or effects, valued at, say, £70, the borrower must perchance be induced or for...

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

THE WHARF LABOURERC' STRIKE.. (From yeslerday's Age.) The interest hitherto felt in the wha', labourers" strike has been altogether eclip,-d by the much more impnrbant effect? of the impending action of the Sc. men's Union, which will effect not meoraly a paricultr class in Victoria aloe's, but every citizen in the Australian colonies. Conosequently on the resolutions p.ased at the meeting of the Seamea's Uiion on Monday evening, Mr. Mansfield, cecreta'.yto thatbody,yesterdaytelegaphed to all the aflflated societies in the adjacent colonic:, u.ging them to co-operate, and there is little or no doubt that this practical step towards federation will have the effect of closing all the mines in Newcastle, and laying uip all the coasting steamers, some one hundred and twenty in number. A coal famine is one of the attendant incon veniences which will have to be borne by the public, ina'uuch as the existing rtock on hand of that article is not mere th:.n sufficient to last mere than a fort...

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

ENGLISH COUNTRY-HOUSE LIFE. Christmas-tide is spent as much as pos sible,' by the nobility, at the principal Scountry seat, because it is 'n .objedt o love and veneration to its members, and i, is in many ways the principal source o family' distinction-at any rate, in old 'familits. Famnily pride! It all dentresin that, splendid lhome, and disgraced. never weighs so heavily. as when the unhappy; owner tecalis the old hall or battlemented castle w?hich contains the portraits of his ancostors.and the historical 'heirlooms of his ancient race. The weak spendthrift gambles away his wealth, careless of his clhildren's future; he sells thetown-house with philosophical calm; he gives up his stables, hiss large staff of servants; but eves? his selfish heart feels the pang of parting with the ancestral house ahd acres. The icy gloom of the heir; who deems it advisable to meet his father's wish to break the entail, shows but too wellthe suifferisfg endured in losing what both feel to be- the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. REDFERN. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. REDFERIN., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 13. (Before Mr. Yates, D.S.M.) Brotous, &o.-Annie Moralles, for riotous behaviour, on the Botany-road, was fined 40s., or seven days; and for. using obscene language, £3, or two months. DANAOING PorsPTYr.-Jane Prender ville was charged with damaging a door, valued at 10s., the property of George Anderson. An order was made for the payment of the damage done, with 20s. fine, 9s. 2d. costs, or in default twenty-one days. No LicENssE.-A Celestial named Gin Winn, charged with hawking without a license, was fined 20s., or in default seven days. A PuniscAean FINDr---Wiliam Parsons, for keeping hispremises, the Duke of Wellington, Hotel, open for the sale of liquors on Sunday, was fined £?8., s. 10ld. cosats, or one month. William' Wilson, found leaving the premises in question with liquor in his possession, was fined 10s., .s. 6dicosts,. or seven days. ' T?aowzNo STONEs.-William Farrell and Frederick Hinch, for throwing stones, in Co...

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

ANTS. SSir John Lubbock gave a lecture on ants on November 8. After describing how he kept his ants, and stating that he had two queens which he had had since 1874, the lecturer showed on tihe screen pictures of queens, males, and workers of various ages,. Ants of the same nests never quarrel, but those of different nests are always at war, In order to see whether ants of the same nest recognise each other by means' of a password, Sir John Lubbock had made a number of ants belonging to two nests helplessly drunk;, and laid them near one of the nests. The soberants carried most of their friends into the liesti, buht threw all the strangers into the water which sur rounded it.- After discussing the powers of smell, hearing, and sight-in atets (the last apprrently not helping them much to Lnd their Way), experiments were detailed on their power of conmunication, the con clusion being thatthey can tell their friends of treasure and guide them to it, but do not describe the way to it. 'A...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TASMANIA. HOBART, JAN. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886

TASMANIA.' HOBAET, JAr. 11. One of the most extraordinary verdicts 'ever placed on record has ultimated from the inquiry into the recent steamboat dis aster on the Derwent, of which brief tele graphic intimation has already appeared in your columns. Shortly put, the facts of the casneare these: There is in Hobart a company trading as the Altamount Lime Company, their manager is a Mr. Bromley, and the supply of lime is obtained from a place some ten or twelve miles up the river. On the 5th instant Bromley char Stered a small river-boat, the Colleen Bawn, formerly used for ferry purposes between Hobart and Kangaroo Point, but latterly taken up this trade, she being old and always considered unsafe because of the build-being long, narrow, and altogether coffin-shaped. .Bromley undertook to steer: though having no certificate of competency. Taylor, the master of the steamer, looked after the engines,' he, too, being with out certificate, and the crew con sisted of a knock-about hand, wh...

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

THE RELIGION OF SCIENCE. Br RI?c RD A. PROOTOR. SEVOLUTION OF RELIGION. The sun, tho moon, the stars, the seoas, the hills, and the plains Are not thoso, 0 Soul, the Vision of Him who SroignsP Is inot the Vision'I oP tho' Ro be not that which ,'He seems P ' , Horeams ?an Dram o atro whileo they last, and do wo not live in dreams ? Earth, those solid stars, tlhi weight of body iad limb, Are they not sign and symbol of thy division from Him? Dark is the world to thou; thyself art the reason Why; For is He not all but thou, that hast power to feel 'I amI"? Glory about thee, without the ; andthoufulfhllest ;thy doom,' Slaking him broken gleams, and a stilled splon dour and gloom. Anl the r o f man cannot hear, and the eye of lman cannot 000, But i woe could see and hear-this Vislon-wore it not Het TooNreOe, If one would mark the precise point where the idea of religion, as viewed by the man of science, diverges from the idea of the religionist on the one hand and o1 the opponent of reli...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BALMAIN. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886

IBALMAIN. WEDNEsbxY, JANUARY 13. (Before Mr. Marsh, S.M.) REOTous.---Murdo M'Kenzie, a seaman, hadto pay 10s. or: take forty-eight heours in gaol for being drunk and disorderly, and for using obscene language a penalty of £3 was inflicted or one month in gaol. ASSAULT.-John Moore, 18, John Barry, 23, and James Barry, 20, all laborers, were charged with assaulting one Mary M'Inness, in Darling-street. Defendants pleaded not guilty. A remand was granted for one wdek, bail being al lowed each defendant in a sum of £20, in two sureties of £10 each. .A second charge against James Barry and John Moore, for assaulting John M'Innesr, was also postponed for a week. Bail was afllpwed in the sum of £20 each, in two sureties. .?EsmEZZcNcGo. -Robert Kennedy, "a. labourer, was charged by warrant with embezzling 15s. 6d., the monies of John Champion M'Cormack. Case withdrawn; no prosecutor. i RazorTos.-Thomas Collaghan and Thos. O'Brien, for behaving in a riotous manner, were each fined 10s., and ...

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

HAND GRENADES. * It seems to us that someone might do his fellow-citizens a good turn by telling the truth about the fire-extinguishing hand grenades which are sold now in such enormous quantities. There are so many iarieties of them that wewill isot attempt to dy what they are allfilled with, but, so far as we have been able to ascertain, not one gives out, when throwninto a fire, any of these efficacious gases, which they. are popularly supposed to contain, and we have yet to hear of any which possess more virtue than inheres in a bottle of salt and water, or of alum solution; while the disadvantages of ' their employ ment are considerable. It is not many weeks since smoke was dis covered early one morning, proceeding from between the floor-boards in our own office, and a rush was: made for the hand grenades by the few persons who happened' to be in the building. A washstand with two faucets stood within 10ft. of the smoking floor-boards, just outside of the room, and pails and pa...

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

A PUSHING COLONIAL. 'irhe homely adage that it is bettter to be borni Iscky thai rich (ays the Auckland lferald) has been exemplified in the case of Mr. foward Speonsley, who hals beesr elected to a seat in thie House of Colmnormn as one of the Liberal members for Fins bury. Many years ago he was editor~ reporter, and general factotum of a. small subumban newspaper published at Prahlan. Victoria. He found time in the midst of, these Miscellaneous duties to read for the liar, to which lie was called in due time. Then he got into the Legislative Assembly, and held office for a shorttime as Solicitor General. Meanwhile he had a fortunate marriage to one of the daughters" of the late Simon Staughlton, originally a, book seller in the country town of Hereford. Becoming a prosperous squatter, Mr.', Staughton, at his death, bequeathed a. considerable amount of property to his, children. Part of this consisted of a block of land facing the General Post office in Bourke-street, Melbourne. Th...

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

Curs'd, curs'd dissembling men! I their. flattering tongues Call feign a pssion that will look ike lmvo; Till by degrees they get us in their lower, Thou with bold iempuendothoy draw the vizor, Aud show tho cheat that mocked our credulous hoaes. Moo.Cstaver. sns. Cos o?Ln D . Ask for Dyasoe lire's, Goldoe Drop Jmm, CA.vs,J

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FRANCE AND TONQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886

FRANCE AND TONQUIN. The general aspect of French affairs and of; the proceedings of the Tonquin Conm mittee changes from day to day. A week ago it seemed impossible that M. Brissou's Cabinet could hold out against the hos tility of the "b-ag and baggage " members of the .committee; to-day its position seems as strong as at any previous pe.iod of its; existence.. 'The revulsion of feeling is largely due to the demphadtico protest against half inasiures nmsde by General. de Courcy. His statement, of ' thl effect which the announce- i mnent, of any intention to. 6vacuate Tonquin would have on the natives, and his demand for a categorical as to the in tentions of the Governmont have deter mined the Cabinet to support him in the complete occupation of the country. Meanwhile the examination of witnesses before9 the committee. continues, and the mnost Widely divergent views are expressed by doctors and soldiers alike as to thec wis dorm of. France maintaining her hold on Tonquin. General B...

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