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WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

WATER SUPPLY. Some of the water from Hudson's toem porary supply was yesterday allowed inad vertently to enter one of the creeks lead ing to the Botany dams. An official in spection of the water in this creelkwill be made to-day, and the matter will be put right.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

SAMUSEMENTS,. The Theatre Royal, Olympic, and Alhambra, show no disposition yet to alter the bills that have stood them in such good stead throughout the holiday season. "Queen's Evidence" will be put on at the New Opera House to-morrow night, to-night being therefore the last of the run of "Across the Continent." The Federals will shortly replace "Black Hide Susan" with " Uncle Tom's Cabin." The Olympic announce a matinee performance of "Mother Goose" for to-morrow after noon. Woodyear'scircus will conclude it' season to-morrow. There will be a matinee performance in the alternoon. What is a Woman ?P-For a painter, a model; for a doctor,, a subject; for a peasant, a housekeeper; for a Parisian, a dowry; for a naturalist, a female; for an Albanian, a beast of burden; for aRoman, a citizenness; for a schoolboy, an angel; for an honest man, a companion. lfamie : "Why, Sadie, you have lot your hair grow dark again; Last time I saw you it was a lovely blonde." Sadie "Yes, dear; but you ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VESSELS IN PORT. EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS AND INTERCOLONIAL VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

VESS9L'S 2N PORT. .EXCLISIVE OF COAeTnRS AND INTERCOLONIAn -, VESSELS. Naeeo sad Rig.. Tns Maester. ,Agents. Aberfeldy, bqe ... 1290 ?t'Donnel Gibbs, Bright Aberfoylersh ... 1599 Sob'rteon fangar iledyo Abergeldie, sh ...l152 Johnston Captain Austria, sh 1238 Delano NZL & tACoy, Anna Wishorst, ste 483 Br'chw' d Rabone. Feez _ Ardmore, sh ... 1092 MfIvar Dangar, Gedyo Argus, sh ...1543 Doherty Yoang & Lark Avoca, seh ... 258 Southg'te J. Williams Bell of Bath, sh ...1547 Nickels li. Oontefloro Belted Will, bq 800 Huthen Burns, Philp Brilliant, sh .. 1613 Davidson Captain Chris. Thompson ... 1079 Murray Gibbs, Bright Corolla, sht. .. ...261 eser1 IMason Bros. Countess Derby, bq 750 Hunter J. Cattel & Co. Centuries, bq ... 905 Taylor Stetiflora, Jsph Crunmoek Water,b 955 White Frazer and Co. Cnamberland, sh ... 1798 Jeons Frazer and Co. Catterthun, ss ... 1406 J. Darke Gibbs, IBright Coldingbance, sh ... 1059 Latham Towns and Co. Day Spring; seh ... 160iB'thwait...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPANISH SHEPHERD DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

SPANISH SHEPHERD DOGS. The shepherddogs in Spain are generally black and white, of the size of a wolf, with a large head, thick neck, .and are some what allied.to the mastiff breed. . They are allowed two,pounds of bread each day, and as much milk and flesh as can con veniently be spared. They are so fierce and strosnig that no wolf can resist their attacks, and to render them doubly secure, their necks are often fortified with heavy collars armed with sharpened spikes. The bear, however, is a more powerful enemy, and if he can reach a tree is. comparatively safe. It is said he raises himself on his hind legs with his back to the tree, and sets the dogs at defiance. In the night time, the shepherds sometimes keep off the bears by whirling firebrands in the'air, but they generally rely on the the vigilance of the dogs, which rarely bark unless an enemy is at hand. The dogs are also taught to guard the sheep on the road, and toprevent the min gling of different flocks. Should a sick o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPORTANT TO WINEMAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

IMPORTANT TO WINEMAKERS. Ex periments have recently been conduc ted with a view to linproving the quality of the wine produced in the Cape Colony. Some Montague wine, purchased last season, has been; since March, subjected to a ziewytreatment, with the special object of removing the excess of tannic acid from the liquor. The wine when purchased is said to have been brownish-red in 'colour, with a rough astringent taste. The wine was raked, the raking consisting of simply bringing the wine in contact with the air by moving it from cleaun cask to clean cask. The wine thus manipulated is saidjo be come most palatable. No spirits are used in its preparation. The experiments were conducted under the direction of Baron von B:bo, a wine expert appointed by the Colonial Government to report upon the best methods of manufacturing wine in the colony. "Tommy, is your sister Clarinda in?" "3Mobby she is and mebby she ain't; What is your name?" "Why do you ask?" " Waal, ye see she said if Mr. To...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. VESSELS TO ARRIVE AT SYDNEY, EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS AND INTERCOLONIAL VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

SHIPPING. VESSELS TO A EH AT SYDNEY, EXOCLU. * SIVE. OP COASTERS All) INTER " COLONIAL VEaSELS. , - . .. T'n. Wbere Date of me Prd o... Sailing. Abbto Carver bqo ... 931 Beaten ... Oct.31 Agnes Oswald, sh Sharpneon ... Nov. 24 Amalfl, s's .. 1931 Hamburg ... Nov.15 Amoy, eh ... 99 Liverpool ... Nov. 7 Alcinous, ahl - London ... Nov, 21 Austral, O.SS. .. 5381 Plymonth ... Jan. 5 Aldergnove,sh a - London - Angertonn - London . - Anstralia, as .- riaco ... Dec. 31 Anstraleaiau, a . - London Dec.23 larcoo, an ...s ... - London - Bartela, sch ... - Yap. Nov. Bombay, an.... Lndon . - Bruidwood, bro ... 0 Hamburg ... Sep.24 British IsleS, ah ... 134 Lordon ... - Hucepanlus, a ... 292 st Adelaide ... Nor. 11 Califoraia, bqo ... 795 Pt Gamble ... - Candida, ala - London . - Cape Clear, bqe ....- Liverpool. Cape Comorin, sh ... - London Cerro Allegre, bqo .... Charente - Chollerton, a ... 1734 London ... Nov. . City of Bombay?, e'h - London .. - City of Corinti, sh ... - London, ... Nor. 11 C...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, JAN. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

NEW ZEALAND. {Po@ 0n1 owNe coaESOotsDn .) *AUCKLAND, 3JbN. 9. There is little stirring politically. Sir Julius Vogel, the Colomal Treasurer, has come up in the Hinemoa Government despatch boat, in order to try the Waiura hot springs for his old enemy, the gout. .opes are entertained that he will be induced to address the citizens of Auckland on the political situation prior to his return to the seat of government. It has not yet-been decided when he will come on to Auckland, but the task before him of mollifying the many-headed at the present junction is not an easy one. The Minister for Publie Works (the Hion. E. Richardson), has also come ti Auckland at the same time, for the pur pose of inspecting the railway reclamation sea wall, and seeing what can be done to prevent that £30,000 bungle from further tumbling into the harbour. A large number of public works also claims his at tention, tosay nothing of the listof works brought under his notice by importunate deputationists, who e...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOUND DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

FOUND bDEAD., SThe Parramatta District Coroner (Mr. J. R. Bowden), held an inquest on Wednes day last, at Peat's Ferry on the body of a man nanied Frederick Allen, who was found very much decomposed in a Creekat Peat's Bight, on Sunday last. The principal witness was a man named William Neill, who was deceased's mate, and had known him for about four years .on . various :contracts in the colony. Neill's testimony was to the effect that deceased was ffif6-one yegrs of age and was employed: on the railway works in progress at Peat's Ferry. He was a native of Birmingham, England. Last saw deceased alive about ten p.m. on on the 28th December, on which day he had been very bard at work. He seemed peculiar and strange in his manner that evening, and told witness that' he had lived long enough, that hlie had been well off, and was perfectly satisfied, and that he was not going to live any longer. Remonstrated with him, and told him not to be sofoolish as to make away with him, self, to wh...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGENTS FOR THE "GLOBE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

AGENTS FOR FHE "GLOBE. The GLOBE is now enlarged to Eight Pages, flfty-stx columns in all. Itthus becomes THE LARGEST EVENING HEWSPAPER IN AUSTRALIA. The GLOBE can be obtained ofl the gents : SYDNEY AND THE SUBURBS F.. .arker, 85 Sussex-street Saeruel arteor, Balmnesin west Bookstall Company, King-strect tram and Station S. Y. Brrnet, Woollahra Samuel eoshby, saI Vine-street, Redfern Josepch Cadolon, Central Balmoai Mrs. Davis, Kent-street iV. Calna, Harris.street, Ultimo H. W. L. Causoln, Ill Claronee-strcet Mr. C. Clark, tram terminus, Harrickvile 3. Croft, 95 William-street ' Deacon and SonEs, North Shore G?. Engisch, Paddington H. W. Foster, 144 illiam.street Wi. C. Good, Potersham MHs, Hamilton, Waverley Hatrrtis Brothers, Newtown ; also at Cook's Maoead ldtown and St. Peters rs. Hinchcliffeo, 75 Botany.road, Waterlo. John L. Blrghocfer, 3i9 Pitt-street H. How, Parmrmmatta-road, Lcichhardt Hr. Johns, MeMahocn's oint, Lavender Bay Josepn h King, Lavender Bay W. J. Hnctle, 131 Qu...

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A FIERCE LITTLE ANIMAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

A FIERCE LITTLE ANIMAL The. ferceness, of the mole is, perhaps, unequalled, except by the "dasyareo" or the wolverine. If two moles meet in a tunnel one or the other must give way, or be eaten by the victor in the furious fight ,that ensues. It's teeth are singularly strong, its jaws very powerful, and its clawed forepaws such that it can rip up a mouse, a bird, or a frog, as it often does, with the greatest case. It is a cannibal of the most pronounced type. Now, this ferocity has a very singular explanation, which is that among the moles, the females are in a, great minority. Why or'whore fore this is, naturalists can not suggest, The result is, however, that when the mole, minding to be wedded, starts off in quest of a lady to woo, he has to fight from first to last. As. he goes he makes numbers of shallow tunnels, by which, .if neces sary, he can carry off his bride., His rival, recognising these "traces d'amour," as the French call them, waylay each other. After a series of con...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALL ABOUT EELS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

ALL ABOUT EELS. The ways of eels are indeed mysterious, for nobody has ever yet succeeded in.dis hovering where, when, or how they manage to spawn; nobody has ever yet seen an eel's egg, or caught a female eel in the spawning condition, or even observed a really adult male or female speoimei of perfect development. All the eels ever found in fresh water are immature and undeveloped creatures. But eels do cer tainly spawn some where or other in the deep sea, and every year, in the course of the summer, flocks of young ones, known as elvers, ascend the rivers in enormous quantities, like a vast army under number less leaders. At each tributary or affluent be it river,brook, stream, or ditch, apropor tionatedetachmentofthemain b odyis given off to explore the various branihes, while the central force wriggles its way up the chief channel, regardless of obstacles, with undiminished vigour. When the oung elvers come to a weir, a wall, a* flood gate, or a lasher, they simply squirm up the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SAMOAN LAND DISPUTE MR. H. H. LUSK'S RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

THE SAAL lOAN LAND DISPUTE M. a. H. Lvsimit's Esruae. Mr. Hugh K. ,Lusk, who left the Samoa iabout a month ago, in. company with Megars. Sinclair a-d Tisdall, in orderto_. enforce Mr. Cornwa 11' claim to certain lands in possession of M'Arthur and Com : pany, returned this mLrnming by the Mar., poso. A reporter from this office inter viewed him at his home iyxCity soad,"afd. Mr. Lusk very readily gave' the following., statement concerning the oesults of hlis mission:-I landed at Tutuila, and, as Mr' Cornwall's land lies in the ,.other two islands of Upola and Sabaii, t. went on to Apia by the first opportunitf:. -My intention was to take formal possession of the land claimed by Mr. Cornwall, and now held by M'Arthur and Co ., but the Consul begged- me to abstain from doing anything of the sort, as the feeling amongst the natives was.so highly strung in consequence of the in trigues of the Germans, that a row was sure to be the result, and even a lEttle row might lead to disastrors c...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A POLITICAL AMNESTY. PARIS, JAN. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

A PQLITICAL AMNESTY. LRaUraa's TEnioaAuc.] PARIS, JAN. 14. President Grevy has decreed an ana nesty for political prisonors.

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GERMAN CONFIDENCE IN EUROPEAN PEACE. BERLIN, JAN. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

GERMAN CONFIDENCE IN EUROPEAN PEACE. REUTEE'a TELEGRA1.J BERLIN, JAN: 14. The EmperorWilliamopenedthePrus. Sian Landta. In a speech which he delivered on the occasion, heo expressed confidence in the continuance of European peace.

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THE IRISH LORD LIEUTENANCY. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

THE IRISH LORD LIEUTENANCY.' (FROas O UR OWN CORESPONDEmr.) MELBOURNE, Tars Dar. A cablegram received here from London to-day states that the Daily Telegraph publishes a statement that the Conserva tivo party will submit the proposal in con nection with their scheme for the pacifica tion of Ireland, that the office of Lord Lieutenant, now vacant by the resignation of the Earl of Coarnarvon, should 'be abolished.

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THE NEW GERMAN LINE. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

THE NEW GERMAN LINE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] MELBOURNE, Tins-DAY. A cablegram received here from London states that Mr. J. F. Garrick, Agent-. General for Queensland, is endeavouring to arrange the steamers of the German Lloyds Company, which are shortly to ruit between Germany and Australia, shall make Brisbane a port of call.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CENTRAL. (Before Mr. R. R. Morisset, D.S.M.) FRIDAY, JANUAur 15. ASSAUILTINO THE POLICE.-Thomas B. 3M'Lerie was charged with committing a most unprovoked assault upon Constable King, whom he, kicked and struck about the face without the slightest apparent reason. Mr. Roberts, for the defence, said that the accused had been making merry on that night but was not:' accustomed to drink and on this occasion got very ex cited. The bench inflicted a fine of £5 or fourteen days. The fine was paid. BAD LAsNouAGE.-Bridget Bramble (42) and Annie Caulfleld (18) were both fined £3, or two months, for using obscene lan guage. Rose Moffiat, for profane language n Elizabeth-street, was fined 20s., or seven days. Cornelius O'Connor was fined £3, or two months, for obscene languago. IDLE AND DISORnERLY.-Thomas Davies was sent to gaol for one month. STEALram.-Ada Davies (17), a respect able looking young girl, was charged with stealing a number of small articles, value 210., from...

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MR. HERBERT SPENCER ON PRIESTHOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

IIMR. HERBERT SPEP'4CER ON PRIESTHOOrJS, BV RtiCIaMOD A PronCOR. In the last tfutl ,r of Knowledgse I gave a brief abstract of Mr. Spencer's discus sion, in the bort before me, of the relations between Ch" .areh and State. I propose now Sto conside asora generally his discussion of " E'elesiastical Inustitutions." It is hardly necessasry to point out that the great value of this work, as of the whole series of work by the great phil osopher of our age, residesl in the applica tion of the principles of evolution to the subject of discussion. It would he an injustice to Mr. Spencer to say that in regard to the general doctrine of evolution, hto is as Francis Bacon where Darwin is as Newton. For Bacon was in many respects but an inexact student of science, and in regardto Newton's special department not only held, but maintaisned altogether erroneous ideas, whsereas Spencer in every -department of science required for his studies has obtained that true general view which is all that hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

Ask for Diason Bro.'s Poach Jam~.-rAnwr.] In spite of all imitations WOLFE'S SCUNsArs'B stands in the foremnost rank of beverages, Dnmand Wotn't ScstZLrrs.-Adtvt.. B?siness Notices. THE ' BEALE HIGH ARM PATENT SEWING MACHINE. BUILUT TO SPECIAL PLANS UNDER PERSONAL SUPERVISION BEALE AND COMPAMNY, after many years experience in the SEWING MACKHINE TRADE; observing that all Machines hitherto intro duced to the public were capable of great improvements, determined after con sulting the most competent judges and experts, that their Prinoipal should pro. eeed to Europe, and there get a Machine built that should embody• their views and tlhoroughly satisfy the needs of the Australian people. As the result they now have the pleasure to offer the '"BEALE" HIGH-ARM PATENT MACHINE. A single trial of which must convince the Smost sceptical of its vast Superiority over all previous efforts in SEWING IoaCHINE MECHANICS' It possesses all the Newest Improve ments of value; and is .suited to a vast r...

Publication Title: Globe
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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886

T ,'dMANIA. There is r'.-Pabbit Destruction Act in operation ' .n this colony, which legislators, above all. others, endeavour to ignore. The worst cdjnders, so say the inspectors, are lando?,wners who sit in the Legislahiture; ani1,, presuming thereon, expect to be lobt tatly down when neglecting to trap the vermin on their land. Local J's.P. have shown tendernessin this respect, begotten perhaps of fellow-feeling, which has evoked wrathful comment. All the more satisfac tory, therefore, is the fact that on Satur day lanst at Evandale, the Hion. Donald Cameron, lM.L.A., was fined .£20, and £5 15s. 0d. costs, for neglect of his duty in clearing rabbits off his land. At Hamilton, on the Gth instant, another landowner, named Hencic Nicholas, was fined .10 and costs for a similar offence. Possibly now we shall hear of appeals and attempts to wrest the Act from its most just and necessary purpose. Amusements here continue in full swing, and notwithstanding growls as to depressed times a...

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