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TURKISH INFATUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
TURKISH INFATUATION, An, exceedingly strange story was brought in the other day. Strange though it is, I can vouch for its accuracy. Near 'Gusinje lived a wealthy Turk, who owned 2000 sheep. He was also blessed with a dog of such faithfulness and sagacity that, although the country is broken in the ex treme, for twenty years he never lost a sheep. Some week's ago this noble animal died, full of years and honours. His master was at first inconsolable, but finally he went to the mollab, set forth the marvellous skill and singular fidelity of the deceased animal, and ended by re questing for it burial according to all tlhe rites .of the Churcle. The Hodja was astounded, as well he might be. However, he assented, "But," said 'he, "you must give me seventy pounds" (Turkish). "I will give you a thousand," replied the sorrowing Turk, "if you will only bury him like a man." 'Well, this extraordinary ceremonywasperformed. The mollahs went through all the ceremony, the mourners wept, and the ...
LAST MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
LAST MOMENT. It Las boon, arranged' that Captais* Everill shall read a paper detailing the doings of the Geographical Society's Expe dition in Now Guinea, on the 4thproximo. In all probability the Town Hall will be secured, more especially as Lord and Lady Carrington have Sijgified their intention of being present. Captain Nertenstein has consented to allow the band of the Vernoa to play selections during.the ovenng. Lovers of curios will Be pleaed'."t learn that the Geographical Society will sell, next week, the arms and implements used by its expedition when in, New Guinea. Thore isea wonderful assortmentofarticles, and competition to sehure themis expected to be very keen. Edwin Jamieson, (25), draper,'wiw om mitted at the Central Police Court, this morning, to take his trial at ithe Qusfrte Sessions, for stealing £10 from the hdusado Solomon Keyser. At the Cent-:al Polieo Court tl s morn ins, Kate Walker, (52), wavs- com mitted to take her tial at the Quarter Sessions, for malic...
STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. GLOBE OFFICE, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. GLoan OFFCE, .1 p.m. Sales reported on Change, viz.:-Bank of New South Wales, £156; North Shore Ferry Co., 42e. Gd.; United-Insurance Co., 60. ; Wa.atah Coal Co., £?7; Nevadan Silver Mining Co., is.; Silver King; 15s;, 14s. 6d., 14s., 13s. Od.; Band and Albion consols closed on Change with buyers 53s. Fellers 55s.
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CENTRAL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CENTRAL. TUr.sDAY, JANUARY 14. (Beforo Mr. J. K. Abbott,. S.M.): SMALICIousL WOUNDINGo.-Kato Walker (52), charged with maliciously wounding Annie Dawson, wast committed to the Quarter Sessions. IDLE AND DISORDERLY.-Mary. Wilson. (10), and Ellen Howard (23), who were charged with being common prostitutes, behaving in a riotous manner in Campbell street, wore sentenced to three months' hard labour. Alexander Munroe (64), for having no lawful means of support,.was sentenced to two months' hard labour. Margaret Lloyd (57), for a similar offence, was sentenced to six months' hard labour. SENT ON BOARD THE VERNON.-David. Kelly (15), was charged with being under the age of sixteen, and keeping the com pany of disorderly women. It appears he was usually employed as a tout to watch for the police when they approached brothels. The bench ordered him to be sent on board the Vernon. BnREAKING WINDOWS. - Mary Ann, Douglas, charged with maliciouslybreaking two panes of glass,...
MR. SERVICE AT CASTLEMAINE. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
MR. SERVICE AT CASTLE MAINE. (FR?OM OU OWN CORnESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Thes DAT. The Premier delivered a lengthy and exhaustive address at Castlemaine last; night. He said he was compelled to go home in consequence of failing health. He thought Mr. Gillies the best loade* for an intserim Ministry to carry oe business until the country had pronounced upon it. He thought that Government by Coalition should be maintained, Mr. Gillies and Mr. Deakin leading their re spective parties, and said that an attempt wus made to revive the former party cries and voices, they would 'only be the ghosts of their former selves. The putrid corpses of the old pasties and the old cries were offensive to the sight, smell, and touch of the whole people of Victoria. He then quoted figures to show tha* the decentralisation movement hsad no legitimate basis, as though Melbourne represented a population of one-third of the whole colony, only twenty-six and a half per cent.' of the revenue was spent on it-.£G0...
HOMEBUSH SALES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN REPORTER.) HOMEBUSH, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
HOMEBUSH SALES. [By TELEGRArH.] (FROM OUR OWN REPORTER.). HOMEBUSH, Tars DAr. 13,000 sheep penned at Homebush to day. The market opened with a distinct fall in prices, butchers having purchased. largely on Monday. The following prices were realised: One lot prime merino wethers, from Gun-. dagai, fetched lis. ld. A few crossbred wethers, medium, 8..gOd. M?ierino owes, Gs. ld. to 7s. Merino lambs, T7. to 7s. Gd. Moessrs. Hill, Clark, and Co. report sales 408 Meerino wethlers for Cobb andCo. at 8s.. 420 do. for T. Williams at 6s. and 10d. 150 do. for J. Dalton at 8s. Gd. Fifty crossbreds wethers, McCansh, 8s. Gd.
THE WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
THE WATER SUPPLY. The water brou"ht down by 7rudsom Bros.' temporary scieme has not yet beenm allowed to enter the Botany dams, owing to its not having been tested, and to the quantity available being insufleioent t '. allow of its introduction without tha previous consent of the Government. However, next week will see a portion, 0! not the whole of the required quantity, admitted to the dams.
MY RUSSIAN MATE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
MY RUSSIAN MATE. Bv OTA URTr. It is now more than thirty years since the events I am going to narrate occurred; yet, after the lapse of considerably more than a quarter of a century-a time during which I1 have received my lot of care and trouble, my share of misery and happiness-as I look back, I recall all the facts as though they had happened 'but a short time previously. They are pictured before my mind's eye with a vividness osuch as greatly surprises even myself, events of a subsequent date being in some cases almost forgotten. The im pression which the incidents stamped upon my mind at the time, and the inte rest and pity which I felt for the unfortsu nate person who at tshat time appeared to mne to have more than a fair share of this world's tribulations, doubtless accounts for thietenacity which in this case charac terises my memory. We take a pen, and on paper, by the aid of ink, we represent something; withaleadpencilwe go through theosame performance. After alapseoftime, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
Zonel'sBc SCI&Pre not only ban a doligbtful flavour, but Ian p~uro tonic, diuratlc, anda go'od general corrective.'-Auvt. Ink for Dynacn D'roe.'aoovavben73om,-f6aV;ý A Paris dentist was reported to have hung out a sig on which was inscribed Tdth extracted Without painfor 2 francs. To his disgust, no patients made their ap pearance, and, after enduring the hesrt sickness of hope deferred forthree months, he added a line to his announcement thus With pain for 1 franc. To his gratification, he had crowds of patients, but they all preferred to pay the two francs, I can a?precasto a readly coed splnt, sad Sthat is why I asways ask tor; WaOisL's Scupsrrs,-Advt. Ask for Dyssen 2ras'e. Apple and Lesms Jam., Business Niceos. THE "BEALE" HIGH ARM PAT N'T SEWING MACHIhiE. BUILT TO SPECIAL FLANS WENDE PERSONAL SUPERVISION BEALE AND C' OMPANY,, after many years experience in the SEWING MACHINE TRADE, observing that all Machines hitherto intro duced to the public were capablo of great ;mp...
DRAMATIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
DRAMATIC NOTES. Mdme. Bernhardt swooned twice on the stage one night recently, during the per formance of Thiodora" at the Porto St. Martin. She became unwell during the fourth act, and almost immediately fainted away before the footlights. She was at once taken behind the scenes, and M. IMarais, who plays the part of Justinian, formally announced her illness to the pub lic. Shortly afterwards, however, Mdme. Bernhardt, thinking she had completely recovered from her indisposition, resolved to continue the performance. But the exertion was too much for her sorely-tried strength, as she again lost conscionuness and fell at the feet of Marcellus justas she was about to stab him to the heart with her golden hairpin. The performance was accordingly suspended. . Mr. Conway will be the Faust, Miss Ellen Terry the Margaret, and Mr. Irving, of course, Mephistopheles, in the new pro duction of "Faust," at the Lyceum. Mr. Conway has already figured as Faustus in Mr. Gilbert's "Gretchen," and t...
SHIPPING. VESSELS TO ARRIVE AT SYDNEY, EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS AND INTERCOLONIAL VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
SHIPPING. VESSELS TO ARRIVE AT SYDNEY, EXCLU. SIVE OF COASTERS AND INTER. COLONIAL VESSELS. Tn. Where Date of Name and Rig... n'go From. Sailing. Abbeo Carver, bqo 933 Boston ... Oct. 15 Agnes Oswald, sh - Sbhrpns ... Nov. -i Amall, n n 1031 Humaburg .;.Nov. 15 Amoy, ah 904 Liverpool ... Nov. 7 Aleinous, sh - London ... Nov. 21 Anstral, O.SS. 5031 Plymouth ... Jan. 9 Aldergrove, oh . - London .., - Angerton, as - London ... - Australia, as - 'Frisco ... Dee. 31 Aistralasian, en - London ... Dee. 23. Barcea, n.. - London ... - Bartola, ach ... - Yap . .. Nov. Bombay, se .. - London ,.. - rlaidwoed, bqo 950 Hnambarg ... Sap. 14 British Isles, ala 23e4 Inrdon .., - Bceephalus a 1192 at Adelaide ... Nov. 11 California, bqo 795 Pt Gamble .., - Candida, sh ... -- . London ... - Cape Clear, bale - Liverpeal.. - Cape Comorin, nit London ... - Cerro Allegre, bqe ... - Charente ... - Chollerton, s 1731 London ... Nov. 9 CityofBombay,el - London .., - City of Corinth, . London ... Nov. 11 Colu...
HOUSEKEEPERS' ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
HOUSEKEEPERS' ROOM. A Brazilian physican, Dr. Ramos, states that refrigeration of the lobe of the ear will stop hiccough, whatever its cause may be. Very slight refrigeration will answer, the application of cold water being suffi cient. Any gold jewellery that an immersion in water will not injure, can be beautifully cleaned by shaking it well in a bottle nearly full of warm soap-suds, to which a little prepared chalk has been added, and afterwards rinsing it in clear, cold water, and wiping it dry. Crape may be renovated by thordughly brushing all dustfromn the material, sprink ling with alcohol, and rolling in newspaper, commencing with the paper and crape to gether, so that the paper may be bdtween every portion of the material. Allow it to remain so until dry. A teaspoonful of borax put in the last Water in which clothes are rinsed will whiten them wonderfully. Pound the borax so that it will dissolve easily. This is especially good to remove the yellow that time gives to white ...
COUNTRY NEWS. QUIRINDI, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
COUNTRY NEWS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS) QUIRINDI, WEDNESDAY. Heavy rain fell near here last night, washing away a portion of the railway line. The trains were delayed, but nothing serious occurred. Only 12 points fell at Quirindi. A coroner's inquest was held yesterday on Patrick Kelaher, found half-a-mile out of town with his head smashed in. The verdict amounted to accidentally killed from a fall from his horse. Kelaher was well-known, and was an accomplished rider. The new Church of England has been finished, and the Bishop of Armidale will shortly open it. A town band is about to be established. At the Licensing Court, yesterday, Henry Perry, charged with sly grog- selling, was acquitted, but censured by the Bench for keeping a disorderly house. The weather is cool. NEWCASTLE, WEDNESAY. A man named Bennett, second engi- neer on board the steamer Moreton, lying at Bullock Island Dyke, met with a serious accident yesterday. By some means he stumbled and fell down the hold of h...
THE DAY'S DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
THE DAY'S DOINGS. The juvenile organisation known as the "News Boys' Brigade/' in connection with the "Youtng Workmen's Club," held their annual picnic at the Avenue, Lane Cove River, on Tuesday. At about nine o'clock in the morning they left the club's rooms, Castlereagh-street, and, headed by their drum and fife band, marched through the principal streets of the city en route to Circular Quay, whence they were con veyed to the day's rendezvous by steamers generously provided by' Mr. N. Joubert. On arrival at the grounds selected for the day's oiting, a number of games, such as racing, swimming, cricket, &c;, were engaged in by the youngsters, and the various events, for which prizes were offered, were vigourously contested. A sumptuous dinner and tea was provided by a number of ladies, the neces sary constituents having been kindly con tributed by several citizens. A special feature of the festive board was a huge plum pudding, forwarded byLady Carring ton, from Government...
HOMEBUSH SALES. HOMEBUSH, 3 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
HOMEBUSH SALES. (O'~ VIms~o,?O OUR OWN COREcw2ONDwNT.) IIOMEBUS11, 3 r.M. The marketbrightenedtowards the close of the sheep sales. Buyers who had been holding off, anticipating a slight collapse, competed. One lot of extra prime morinos brought 13s. 2d. Prices may be quoted as follows:-Primo merino wethers Os. Gd, to 10s.; medium, 8s. to GoS. : others from 4s. lld. Merino ewes: one prime lot (extra), 10s. 3d.; good merino owes, OGa. 6d. to 7s.; inferior, gs. 8d. Crossbred lambs.-Prime, 9s, and 10os. Prime merino lambs, 8s. Gd. to 8s. 10d; others from 4a. Gd.
THE LAMBTON STRIKE. NEWCASTLE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
THE LAMBTON STRIKE. [FRoM ouse OWN COUSCe5ONDSNT.) NEWCASTLE, Tnss DAY. Yesterday the Lamhton miners held a meeting from which deputations were ap pointed to wait on the manager of the colliery, who declined to admit reporters, alleging that the matter was of a private character. The manager received the J.e putation very courteously and expr.essed his pleasure at seeing them, as it showed the men were W.illing to come to a settlement if pos sible. The question was discussed hullyin all its bearings, the deputation holding firmly, on behalf of the men, to their first demand, on the grounds that all were unanimous as to the justice 6f them. The manager argued forcibly in favour of his side, and offered to .make certain concessions, which the deputation will lay before the (meeting without. delay. A meeting will be held this morning to receive the report of the deputation, when the concessions will be made publie.
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESrPONDNTS.) MELBOURNE, Tins DAY. Two Salvation Army Soldiers have been fined at Chilton for holding meeting on private property, after being warned off. An officer of the Miniing Department, named Somersty, got on the roof of a pub lie office building to see a fire at Jones' Bond yesterday, and fell through a sky light, and broke his leg badly. Hubbard, who was injured at the fire, is not likely to'recover. 3 r.. William Hubbard, aged 25, burnt at Jones's bond fire yesterday, has died in hospital. 3.15 P.x. A burglary, under very suspicious cir cuinstances, has taken place on the preo mises of Hansen, Wright and Co., Little Collins-street. A large sum being stolen, someone connected with the premises is uspected:. William Burns, Stevedore, hurlt at Williamstown yesterday, diedthis morning, Mr. Wright, lately of the firm of Permewan, Wright, and Co., died eo Monday, en reonte to Tasmania.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
TO-DAY'S EVENTS. M ercntilo Rowing Club, annual meooting, O;xford Hotel, 8 p.m. ?" Sawmill pro~r8otors, meeting, Carington Hall, 8 Lecture, "Dinoses of Children, with Simpio iemoediesn" (for women only), liss L. Costello, Technical College Hall, Pitt-otreet, 8 p.m. Australian Union l?noeFt Soocrty,annual moot. Ing, Tempem nco. . ,. 7 p0 .m. Jiorough of Leichhardt, Ntorth Word, publlo meeting of raterlyers, Croocling's Hotel, 8 p.m. Dolptation of Domocrtic Allianco wait on Sir Johu llobertsoo. Theatre Royal, "Cinderella." DNew Opera House, "Aerosn the Continent." Olympic, "Mother Goose and the Euclhated monutyi.' Academy of Musle, Federal Minsatols. Alhambra, ".King Cockatoo." Delmere Park, Woodyoar'r Circus. Australian Waxworks, open from 10 a.m. tll 10 p.m. Special Aavertisements. BARING'S LOAN and DISCOUNT BANK LEND MONEY on Furniture (without possession), Land, . Shares, and Personal Security, Bills of Ladingat very Low Rates. Bills Discounted Daily. BARING'S LOAN and DISCOUNT BA...
AUSTRALIAN WINES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
AUSTRALIAN WINES. (To the Editor of the Globe.) Sm,--Having read your article on Aus tralian wines which appeared in your issue of 11th instant, and whilst rejoicing with you that the English ports are open to our wines at a reduced rate of duty, it is a mis take to imagino that all Australian wines are strong and full bodied, as they vary in strengthl according to soil and climate. Wines are produced in the Hunter River districts (notably the Paterson and Williams) of the most light and delicate description, and would compare favour ably with some of the Rhino wines, there fore I dee no reason why we should not be able to compete with France and Germany as well as Spain in years to come. On the other hand wines produced in Albury and other districts arc very strong and full bodied,in some instances resembleliqueurs; these wines are most valuable for blending purposes.-I am, yours, &e. SJAMES W. .BOYDELL. [We always readily give insertion to letters in controversion of our o...