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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886
Business Notices. A.B.P.A. B.P.A.B. P.A. B. P. A. B. P A.lB.P. A.B:P. A.B.P. A.B.P. " B. PYXE'S A.B.P. A.B.P. • A.B.P. A.B.P. Econical " ' A.B.lP. A.B.P. FURNITUk.: WARE- AlB.P. A.B.P. RO11 SE A.B.P. A.B.P. is .t A B.P. A.B.P. 305, PITT-.TREET, A.B.P. A.B.P. Between Liverpool and A.B.P. A.B.P. Bathlurt-sCreets. A.B.P. A.B.P. - A.B.P. A.B.P. A WORD OF ADVICE ! A.B.P. A.Bl.P, "Look before you leap" is a A.B.P. A.B.P. very old adage, but un- A.B.P. A.B.P. fortunately in tihe nine- A.B.P. A.B.P. teenth (19th) century not A.B.P. A.B.P. adhered to, especially by A.B.P. A.B.P. those who furnish. There. A.B.P. A.B.P. fore (before anyone anxious A.l.P. A,B.P. to furnish their-homrnes in A.B.P. A.B.P. an economical manner) ad- A.B.P. A.B.P. here to tihe above; and call A.B.P. A.B.P. at A. B. Pyke's, 365, Pitt- A.B.P. A.B.P. street, where you will find A.B.P. A.B.P. furniture to suit tie small A.B.P. A.B.P. home or the mansion, and A.B.P. A.B.P. A. B. Pyke will treat cus- A.B.P. A.B.P. tomers ...
NEWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886
NEWTOWN. (liefore Mr. Leopold Yates, D.S.M.) AssAurLTs.--Thomas and Alfred Phillis, for assaults on William Buash, by hitting lnim on the face with their fists, were each fined 40s., with the alternative of 21 days. A charge of assault preferred by Alice Morrine against Henry Peter Hughes, w)as remanded to Thursday next, bail allowed, sureties in .£10. BAsrmNo. -e.Porcy Vaughan, William Jolhn, Edrio and Erskino Robinson, and P'ercy Teakle, for bathing in Cooks' River within view of persons passing, were each fined Is and 2s Gd costs, or 48 hours. VAsmous.-Soveral charges of robbery were dismissed, and a large number of drunks and disorderlics were fined in small amounots, with the usual alternatives. T'he prisoners James Williams, John C. Smith, and Arthur Sleight were brouglht uIp this morning again for playing" monteo," "breakjoint," and similar games of chance on the Rlandwiek rnccouwre. Arthur Sleigh, a young man, pleaded guilty, say ing it was his first offence on a racecourse ...
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. WATER. AN AOseD ScoUNDnxEL.-An aggravated ease of disgraceful misconduct occupied MIr. Addison, S.MI., and the Water Police Court Bench for a considerable time this morning, when a man named Janes cMeadoweroft, who stated that he was 70 years of age, was charged on remand with disegsting behaviour in Campbell-street. Prisoner is the careo taker of thie Christian Israelites Sanctuary, Campbell-street, and lives at No. 6 Albion street, off Dowling-street, Paddington. The case was proved against him by a re spectablc little girl, aged nine years, whose name we suppreos for obvious reasons and by two married women who live - opposite the .Sanotuary. Mr. Roberts, for the defence, severely cross-examined the witnesses, and tried hard to get them to refute themselves. At last the Bench interfered for their protection. Mr. Roberts replied "I know what my duties are as an advo eate," but, however, took no notice of the mild robuke. He proceeded for a consi derable time i...
THE DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886
THE DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE. At the moeting of the Democratic Allisnce last evening, it was stated that no reply had yet becn received from the Colonial Secrctory as to when ho would receive a deputation from the League in reference to the new Domain regulations. Bcyond Mr. Miller making a personal ex planation in regard to an expression hIe was reported to havy made use of at the late mass meeting, no other business of any importanice beyond a decision to hold a public meeting in the Domain on Sunday next, was transacted.
MURDER WILL OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886
MURDER WILL OUT. Forty years ago a resident of Man chester, New Hampslhirej named Parker, was mysteriously murdered. The affair created a sensation of a year's duration, but was never cleared'up, and' is remem beored . only by the oldest residents. Ganeral Butler has revived:interest in the case by'relating to two MIanchester gen-. tlemen a secret which he has kept for years.. He says that a clieit of his, named Pierson, who was hanged for wife murder, previous to his 'execution con fessed to him thlat he killed Mr. Parker because the latter had refused to return him certain money which Pierson had placed in his hands for safe keeping or to get it out of the reach of Pierson's creditors. Pierson, after failing to got his money, drove to Manchester from Lowell, called Parker out on some pretext, and, when the two were'on the way to Jaynes ville, killed him with a shoe-knife. General Butler was counsel for the Went worths, who were tried for the Parker murder.
DISPATCH OF MAILS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886
DISPATCH OF MAILS FO THE UNITED KTNNGDOIM. Ovorland to Mnoliurlo, and tlonco ior 71.8n, Col"?ny' utoalnor Occanion, Friday, January 1. )leglitorod Lcttors, 0.30 aam., ordinary, 10 a.m,, ofl. hla oo. Nowspnpars, Dan.m.,ld.aoh. Latb 'lotters tor thu Unitad iKingdom only will bo rocoirod cup to 10.30 a.m.. axtmr looo Od. For ratea to plnocs othor than tho U litod King. dora sea "" ostal Golda." Correupondono lntondod for tranmnllsaqln by thu 81.81. Coil),nny's atcracor must bo ondoracd "via llarsuilles."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886
It is snid thnft Bomioplo Loap o 0no oCnscionco. It most bo tne, or WOLE5'' ~RVflOrB jyiOlJl not pi~:roter!~ns~it iO,-S4ADY ..s j. WVo oro ot a loss to koow whoy pooylo ahohld l.] low tlhenoselves to be imposed opon by moitttoous O IWOLoE'B SCoNAPPrr.- [ADVT. D.o, Sro'os (tobbco B lden DroF Ja
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886
THE MAILS. Mlails will be made up at tthe Goneral Poat Oles for the undormouentlond places na follows: Trls DAr. Msr.nounoo., overlnod , , ,, .m,. ADEIsaII), overland, via Meollourue 0 O.s. Honme SND LauNscoToo, overland to tlotlrne, and thence per steamer 0 a.m. IIntoa I)OFAD CONTINENT OF EURlOPE . --Osorlnod to lllolbottrne, ad. thence per 1.51. steamoor Ocealca .....10 a.m. SATunitay. tr~nsmnroos Non EEN, er Begs... .,,11 ass. uIt lNa Il?ovn , per los Pdlo . . 11 m n . lnosnIsANE AND NeOtssIEot rOots, per Jiarrabool .. ... noon. ]IsnssAQ E AND NonTsenn Ponrs, por Qlirais s... ... noonl. JlcssIsoosD llsVsEs, per TomaL Ip.m. cIIsAnoE, TORWRr TIis, COOKTOWIs Tinsn,,+a ISsAND, r'ooT DAowsl JAvA, 1rOsAooonoE and IOoTooao? p eor Othro .. .. 3p.m. ront AncruAssEs per [urray ..,.. 5 lp'm. tlsroust^, r ydny . .. 5 p.lo, lsOtlsE n BSyduoyper liehmond ,, , 0s 5rnEooooyT per N rnmot t ... . pnl. CLAnEaNCE IIsEI, poer Holes NIcoll ,,, 9 p.m. M[ONDAT. HIonaT and LAUNCEBTON, viR Eden, Flor . .....
A WEALTHY PAUPER. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886
A WEALTHY PAUPER. Some years ago an old lady :died in the barony of Kinnalea, who was supposed to have been wealthy, but no money or valuable documents were found by her relatives. It was known at the tiube that a labouring man on the farm, Jeremiah Riordan, had been in her confidence; and the roof of hie house beihg broken through on the night of her death, and it being evident that her boxes had been rifled, suspicion attached to Riordan, but no evi dence could be adduced against him, and the circumstance was forgotten. Subseqnently Riordan mnarried, and be came tenant to a plot of five acres of ground and a mud cabin, in which he lived in apparent wretchedness, so much so, that the gentry in his neighlbourhood occasionally employed him to come to Cork for messages, and Ile brought back small loads of marketin~g on a donkey. About twelve months after his wife died Ihe proposed to marry a young woman, servant to a gentlemnian on whose property he resided. She scouted his offer, say...
INDUSTRIAL GROWTH AT WARSAW. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886
INDUSTRIAL GROWTH AT WARSAW. Reports from Warsaw state that up wards of forty new manufactories have been'stated' in tlihe Vistula district during tlhd last thllree"months.' At the same time, 'the commercial depression at Moscow has deepened, and thie Moscou Ga:ette has 'raised the cry' tisat Polish competition eshold be checked by' passing a law for bidding 'any foreigners establishing iew manufactories in Poland. The competition is. patibjcslarly severe in engineering in dustries, the''Warsaw district having'the advantage of' abindanco of iron and coal close at hand. Other reasons, however, operate to give 'Warsaw a superiority over Meoscow. Ten years ago, when the Rustian Gdvernmennt started the war of tariffs with Germany, a large number of Gernlan manufacturers, rather than lose tlreir Russian 'connection, crossed the frontier and established' undertakings along the. Vistula'River.' Here land was very cheap, oivinig to tl~hovast number of confiscated' Polish Bstitestin'the mark...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886
Special Advertisements. T IHE GLOBE. AND SUNDAY TIMES. Intending subscribers to eithelr paper are requested to SEND THEIR NAMES to this Office, when tho papoer will 'be delivered a t their doors through the noifrest Local Agent. SUBSCRIPTION: LOBE.-8 PAGE PAPER. PRICE 1D. Quarterly, in advance, sGa. 6d.; i booked, 7s 'd. SU N D.AY T IIMES 8-PAGE PAPER. PRICE 2D. Quarterly, in advance, 2s.; booked, 2s. Cd PARRAM]ATTA.- Persons requiring The Globe and Sunlday Timcs news papers can have them delivered by Mr. S. Scandritt, Church-street. TWO-LINE ADVERTISEMENTS. HOUSES TO LET, HOUSES AND LAND FOR SALE, BOARD AND RESIDENCE, Wanted, E&c., ARE INSERTED IN THE "GLOBE" AT 6D. EAACI-E. B1ALMAIN.-Mr. H. A. WEST, Ileattie street, is appointed Sole Agent for the. "Sunday Times" noewrspaper in Bal main. M ESSRS. RYDER and SON have been appointed SOLE AGENTS fdr thie sale of this paper St Lithgow and surrounding district. SOMETHIaNG WORTH KNOWING. Look out for thie GREAT PRIZE DRAWING, whe...
THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886
THE DUKEi -OF COUNNAUGHT. The Queen has finally decided that tlhe Duke of Connaught is not .to return to India. It is nio secret that the Duke was' most' anxious,"to go out again, and he is greatly disappointed at-being condemned to' a thome appointment. .He will pro bably be given something at .Aldershot, unless a berth cantbe found'for him at.the Horse Guards, where itWis fully.intended he shall fill the chief place asisoon as.the' Duke of Cambridge can be induced to re-' tire. It was one of the Prince.Consort's fundairental principles that the command of the.army must be held by a member of! the :Royal 'family, -and it; is quite certain that a vigorous resistance would be offered to any attempt to pass over:the Duke of Connaught, but Parliament is certain to have something to say on the subject of: the proposed', arrangemeit, .which, for many reasons, is exceedingly objection able. ' .
THE PROVOST AND HIS CASTING VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886
:- THE PROVOST AND HIS CASTING VOTE,. The correspondent of the Dailp, Ncws who is accompanying Mr. Gladstone "on tour"? tells a .good story of the Pro vest of Moffat.. On Monday the elec; tion to the provostship took place,-and two candidates were proposed, Baillio Kennedy and Mr. Robert Begg..The voting was equal, and it was left to Bailie Kennedy, who presided, to givethe east ing vote. The occasion ;might seem a trifle embarrassing, but it was nobly mot; there was a short pause, and then the president spoke: "Ay, ay, I may as well give the one vote to myself." The self elected provost then hurried away to wel come Mr. Gladstone at the railway station. If the story be true, ex-bailie Kennedy deserves to be commemorated in history with the Groeek generals after the battle of Salamis, every one of whom cast his vote for himself as being most worthy of the prize of valour.
DRAMATIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886
DRAMATIC NOTES. N owadays playgoing is, before every Ithing, the fashionable amusement for winter, and it will be admitted that the present programmes of our theatres are not wantingin variety to tempt the seeker after amusement. One can scarcely failto notice and regret, however, that pure comedy is nowhere represented. Pablic taste isin favour of three-act farce, with a tendency towards the lightest forms of comic opera, while the fancy forpronounced melodrama, conceived a few years ago, shows non abatement. Managoers nowadays cannot afford to make any attempt toform populartaste. All they can do is to follow it. It is to be hoped, therefore, that there will soon be a revival of feeling for comedy proper, which even the St. James's has not the courage to submit to its patrons at the present moment. Mr. Howard Paul informs us that a theatre manager of Seedyborough was recently dried up as regards coin, and scehing the Era discovered a treasure-a troupe of 20 minstrels, at £10 a wee...
THE TICHBORNE ESTATES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886
THE TICHBORNE ESTATES. ALmng the 9oung men of title and for tune 0ho may be sad to be "coming on" for nest London season is Sir Henry Alfred. Dojlgty Tichborne, who will in Hay next be of aygo. ..The youthful "Bart." is now in his twentieth year, having been born in May, S166. The necessity of defending his propery has entailed upon his trustees the enornious expenditure of .120,000; and but for that circumstance he would, in Hey, 1887, come into a very considor-.. able ?oouit of what Mr. Joe Chamberlain woulld call "unearned increment." His. estates are in Hampshire, Lincolnshire, Dorsetshire, and Buckinghamshire, and repreecnt betweon 11,000 and 12,000 acres. Ther?er, in addition, the London pro- perti, bringing up the gross rent-roll to £28,00 a year. G eriany is beginning its unpleasant ness towards France. The way to the heartis through the mouth-this has been wisely said. A moreodirect road is through. the yockct. Germany has long permitted importations from Fiance into Alsace...
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—DECEMBER 31. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886
SHIPPING.· ARLtIVAnLS.-Drconr.n 31. Timer, (a.)011,1, i ,Liaiigstono and Co.'s lint, _220 tons, (aptain C. Willis, from Ifoghkong lecembo r 2, via Sisgapioro 9h, Port Darwin 1811, Tloowdoy Ilalot d 21st, Cleveland Ray 24th, andl Itrisbnne2th. rhssringors, saloon: Mlessrs. 0mw. ford ad t l Smith for SydnOy, and Itoossrs. 1)O L2.na and ltlleddis for eloarntoori. Socond saloon: Messrs. P. ErIcron, E.hlsreco, Dc. 0'ootlnonU 'I'. ?t'Intyro, and 1). OI'Fe, also 10 Clmioso; for ]Tlttotsruo, 14 Clineos. Illoras, Ilillp and Co., sgotnts. Tontonloa, 007 tons, Caltalil J. J. ShnopsonU frota .&dolalde. 'nacansror 11 in tho stronLge..? JlAnsar 1. Flora, 1227 tons, Collain Ilonalsou, from hoboart, via Edeni, 20t11 inst. Oalio (s.), 12ti0 tons, Coptnia W. Dounaldsoe, for 2delbonrno. Tie clipper shilt, Cntty Bork, wohioh l1ft Sydoey on October it, recanlid Londton onaWodnosday, 30th nllimo. Tihe follosing ntsstngero reanclhd Sydniio ir Florna this moring :--DIersdara Prnlmr, halk, lilssos U...
TO-DAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886
TO-DAY'S EVENTS. Tatte all's Club Meeting, Randwick, first ighland GaOntherling Sports, Association Gronuds. Manuly Rowing Club Rlegatta. Cricket Mateh.--Victrian Junior v. 15 Mectro. • politAa Juoniors. ANUBEaENT8, Theat r Royal, "Cinderella." NeCw Opera lOuse, "llafiled." Gailty Thatro, "Tie Cricket on the Hearth." Ojun c, "I Mother Goose and the Enchalntted ~onauty.' Acadomy of SIme, F'ederal Hitnstrels. lolmoreo Park, WVoodyear'n Circus. Alhaimea, Speciality Uon anld "King Cockatoo." 1Iighllnld Society~'s Conlcert. Foley'n G nunasiam.--Wret@itsg Mathll. Autralian Waxnorksh, open from 10 o.m, till ~ore a Para, Zoological Gardenso, Oponl mlo a0 n.m. till 6 n.m, =stxhibitios lhaiding, "Souan n Eoncanpment," Wanwxorhnel Olansshlowern Exhibition, Georg0. street, op1u all day an(d evenilig.
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. JANUARY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886
TELEGUAPIHIC SIurPINO. *1aOOAOY 1. ADErT.ArI.-Arri vA U DcccTbor 31 l0odo0oo, Iron, fioonoro. looonr 11 n Vullotto, h1orn Londlon Iyrtloh~ohlo, bornrto, fromr Lon. d,,ol TJlornmro, fromI101 Li"orpol. OIm LeosIE.--Arriv d: loconbor 31, Porlodr obip, frmon Londlon. Dopartoro: ~dociobor 31, l~alsrn~.l~ulrt ~ l Iocombm*n, 30. Snon. nodrin, for Noromolton; Ai~nbonasdor, harron, for Ifongoon; N. J. llunmoorloy bnrqloo for A bdelr~. ~IdonIno UnooAUB-rrined: Jomllnryl 1, ood. Sborn,froxoSydnoy, nt lo.,o. GO~n IoLAOO.--Docnrn1.o 31, Thjo flarabaol 1 anrfid nlorth 7.30 p)11.o Ciolto,, nlorth, 8.11 p·1m. Jnooar I1tl:A bmrqo ipnsotd wootword at 7.30 n~m., flying J. W. P. U.