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THE BRITISH NAVY AND THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

THE BRITISH NAVY AND.T HE GOVERNMENT. B" Anosmat SI SrENCErc RIOBrSON?, K.C.B. It is much to be desired that the excel lent article in the Parll Mla Gazsotte of November 10 on "The Conservative Go vernment and the Navy" could be brought home to the mind of every elector in the kingdom who is now about to exercise his franchise. Nothing can be moretrue than that the Government, when in opposition, gave the most binding pledges to effect an adequate reform of the Admiralty, and to secure for the country at navy sufficient for, and adapted to, the work it has to perform. Nothing can be more true than that Mr. W. H. Smith had shown, when in opposi tion, a knowledge of the subject, and, at least, a promise of administrative ability, rare onmong public men. But, alas! a square man, with a sqluare holevacant, hans been relegated to a round hole. Nothing can be more truo than that there exists a necessity for a strong, bnsiness-like finau-. cial control over Admiraltyadministration. Nothing...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LADIES' OWN COLUMN. GRANDMA'S ANGEL. BY SYDNEY WARE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

LADIES' OWN UCOLUMN. GRAND'lA'S A-NOEL. BY OYDINEY WAUo. "amma said: ' Little one, go and seeo If grandmother's ready to come tea.' I know I mustn't disturb her, Ho I stepped as gently along, tip-too, And stood a moment to take a peeop And thore was gramndmothlmer fast asleep I "I knew it was time for hoer to wako ; I thongllt I'd give Ihr a little oiako, Or tap at her door or softly call !n(; l haIn't the ort for thlt at all. She looked so sweet and so quiet there. Lying baok in her higfrh arm-chaor. With iher dear white hair and a little smile, That means she's loving you all the while. "I didn't make a speck of noise; I know she was dreaming of little boys And girlswoho lived with her long ago, And then went to hIeaven--sle told m8 so. "I went up clone and I didn't speak Omie word, ta? I gave her on her cheok 'The softest bit of a little kiss: Jnst in a whisper, anil'then said this: ' Grndmother. dear, its time for tea.' " She opened Iher eyes and looked at me, And said: 'Why, po...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

SPORTING. NOTICE. .AQUATC0, ATOLOOCo, aND GOIPnou SO'OOTO?. Scretar owill obligo by sonding lrogronaon nod prrticolnro as early ans possiblo. BICTCINO.--Early information ot ns, matcllhes, or.meotings will bo highly apprccnt ll. CnlcET.-Socretoario of Clubs will groatly obligo by for?orading information of pwnoding matches, also particulsrs of noy club matbcos no soon after cooclusioo of ploy s conveoniect.

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AN INDIAN FAIRY TALE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

AN INDIAN FAIRY TALE,? There is, among the Algonquin myths, a story resembling in places the tale of Cinderella: There oncedwelt in a lodge in an Indian village a beautiful being who was always invisible, and his only companion was his sister. If any girl could seeo him, itwould he her privilege to marry him, and the girls, being aware of this, were very fond of visiting the sister and walking with her beside the lake in the evening. They would often pretend to see the invisible one, but the sister would ask them questions about him whicli they were munable to answer correctly, They Would then return to the lodge together, and eat supper, and all that could be seen of the brother would be his mocassins as he took them off. This was aggravating. At last' two sisters determined to try their luck. They left their third sister to mind the house, and sought the lodge arrayed in all their finery. Here they were welcomed by the sister, who, however, saw through their designs, andwasprepare...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TURF FIXTURES. 1886. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

TUR11 TIXTITUES. 1828. 0, 21, o2. TRsmani. Racing Club. 23. Rosehill Race Clnb. 26. 27. Junco Racing Club. 26. Sydney Turf Club, nandwiek. Handicaps, January 18. 28. Camden and Campbelltowsn Jockey Club Entries, 19Vt instant 28, 30. Geelong .c. General entries, 18th 20. Goulbutn Smnmer R ace PIeting. 30. WVindsor urun Iacing Club. Entries, January 10 PEBRsART. 2 4. Braidwood T. C. ,4, 5. ew land. 4. Now EngFandAnnual. 4, 5. Temsrea J.C. .Nominations for aTown Plate and Temora Jockey Club llandicnp cloua on Jan1aryu 1 ou. each. Weights, January 15; aceptnances, January 25 r 17 and 18. ataursut Taruf Club 27. nosnelli t,13. Newcastle J.C" 1. Victoria Amateur T.C. General entries, February weigbhts, Fbruary 3 20,19. Ilsurroswa n. C. 20. Canterbury Park Race Club 4, 2. Crocklwell J.C. - Glenn Innces. 25,26. Bsrrangong Tsrf C1Hb. Entries, Tebrunry9 27. V. R. C. utum Entries for Nswmrket alundicup and Auutraian Cup, January 4; weigbtu, January 25; seeund forfeit, Tub. rry trj n ; general ...

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TROUBLE IN SAMOA. UNWARRANTABLE AGGRESSION BY GERMANS. THE KING DRIVEN FROM HIS HOME. APPEAL FOR BRITISH HELP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

TROUBLE IN SAMOA, UNwvaARRANTAnL AGOaRESSION BT GEnIANs. TIlE RING DRIVEN FROM 5IIS HIORE. APPEAL FOR DnITIEH RELP. Dr the arrival of the mail steAmer Mari posa from San Francisco, via Samoa, we receive alarming intelligence of recent events in connection woith the long standing dispute betvween the German Trading Company and the native followers of King Malietona. The news which is derived from undoubted sources, is to the effect thlt the King has been driven from his residence at Mnlunin Point by a strong armed force from a German war ship, he, in pursuance of his usual policy of non-resistance, only averting bloodshed by withdrawing. The English and Ameri can Consulsat Apia have strongly protdsated against the action of the Germans, and the natives have made an argent appcal for British protection. Two Samoan natives (Upolu and 'Son Mann) have arrived by the Mariposa, and are the bearers of letters to Ilis Exccl lency the Governor and the Ion. the Attornmcey-Generdl, which they i...

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

-The Now South Wales Coursing Club hold the ellowing'meetings during tho year:- i )May 14 and 15, at Woodstock--Derby, Oaks, Car . rington Cup, &c.. June 10 ana 19, at Woodstock-Tho St. Leger, Waterloo Cup, and Waterloo Parse. .agust 6 and 7, at Woodlstock-Sydiey Cup, Purse, anld Plate. -

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WHAT DO YOU THINK? [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

WHAT DO YOUJ THINK ? I had sworn to be a bachelor, she had sworn to be a maid, For we both agreed in doubting whether matrimony paid. Besides I had my higher aims, for science filled my heart, And she said her young affections were all wound up in her art. So we laughed at those wise men who say that friendship cannotlive 'Twixt man and woman, unless each has something else to give. - We would be friends, and friends as true as e'er were man and man, 'd be a second David, and she Miss Jonathan. We'd like each other, that was all and quite enough to say, So we just shook hands upon it insa business sort of way. We shared dur sorrows and our joys, together hoped and feared, With common purposo sought the goal which young ambition reared. " We dreamed together of the days, the dream bright days to come, e were strictly confidential and called each other '" chum." And many a day we wandered together o'er the hills I seeking bags and butterflies, and she the ruined mills And rustic bridg...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAPITAL WINE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

CAPITAL WINE. Br Huon CONWAY. "Capital wine, John," I said, holding the glass between the lamp and myceyes, and admiring thle rich, ruby tint. "Capital, isn't itP?" replied John, cuddling his glass in the palm of his hand in order to warm the wine and fully bring out its bouquet and flavour. Wb had just finished the sort of dinner I consider perfection for two persons. A drop of clear soup, a sole, and a brace of woodcocks. That is, to my mind, as nico a dinner as can be devised, and one which, having eaten, you have no occasion to reproach yourself with high feeding or gluttony. Others may devour hugo outes from sirloin, leg, or saddle, but I am always contented with a humble msbu like the above. "Thirty-four, of course," I said, after tasting the port again. Jolhn nodded, and continued nursing his glass. " Where did you buy it, John ? " I on quired. "Didn't buy it," replied John. "You can't buy such wine as tlat now." "A gift from a grateful client, I pro sume," I said, re-flling ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

'Publio Company. ANNUAL INCOME EXCEEDS ONE MILLION. F\RE ANNPA INE RENTS INSURED. First-chbo DWELLIUIB EIGBETENPENCE FEB £200 LIGHTNING & GAS EXPLOSION DAMAGES PAID.." Shipping. OLONTARP and Head of Middle Har bour. EVERY SUNDAY, the fast and commodious steamer 'LEVERET" leaves the Floating Jetty, foot of Phillip atreet, Circular Quay, at 10.30 a.m., for Clontarf only. For Head of Middle Harbour, calling at Clontarf, 2.15'p.m., Woollmooloo Bay, 2.30 pm., returning 12 ad 4.45 p.m. Return fare, ls. childreni, 6d. ' Hot and cold water can always be ob tained free. N.B.--The above - grounds can be engaged for schools and other picnics at effico of proprietors. . W. and T. MOORE, 5, Pitt-street, Circular Quay. W A TS-ON'S B A Y, The most beautiful Watering-Place near Sydney. ON SUNDAYS, Foasteommodious, and favourite Passenger Steamers will leave No. 3 Jetty, Circular Quay, for' Watson's Bay, from 9.30 a.m. till 4.30 p.m.; and the Last Boat from Watson's Bay, 5.45 p.m. 6d. 6d; Re...

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THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. On November 0 a meeting of the Royal Geographical Society was held at thie Uni versityof London, Burlington-gardens, W., the Marquis of Lorne, K.T., in the chair. After the transaction of the usual business of the evening, Mr. W. Montagu Kerr read a paper entitled " Ajourney Overland from Cape Town across the Zambosi to Lake Nyossa." In the course of his paper Mr. Kerr said that in the autumn of the year 1883 he sailed from England to South Africa with a view to satisfy a longrcheri shedwish-namely,theexploration of Afri can lands as yet little known, and more particularly to study the character, habits, and customs of the negro races. Arriving at the Cape, he made all inquiries from the best authorities as to the probabilities of his success in accomplishing a journey overland to Central Africa. He did not got much encouragement, but, nevertheless, finally determined to make the attempt, whatever might be the results, to reach the lake regions of Cen...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

i t'is announcod that deciive stepsehave Sleen taken towards, constructing a ship chiLal between Maryland and Deolaware It ...is.-proposed to nse the Sassafras routo, by mwhich tihe .canal will run from. the 'mouth of the Sassafras Riveir in Chesapeake Bay to Liston's Point intho 'Dolaware, a distance of seventeen miles. Five commissioners have been appointed to survey thie land-along the waterway, thus giving reality to the scheme which has beoon mooted' for more than a dozen years. It is said that the necessary stock has been taken by Baltimore, Philadolphia, and New York capitalists, A New York firm, wbich Ihas taken the contract for construction, states thlat it can be made for 8,000,000 dols. When the canal is complete, Noew York and Baltimore willbe riearer to each other by two hundred and twenty five miles. The Due Jean do Persigny, who died the other day, was the only son of Napoleon III.'s Miuister; he had been suffering for some years of lung disease. His motih?er, tsle du...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

Ask for Dyneson JDross. Ap.ple aod Lemon Tun.L LALYT. Business Notices. THE " BEALE " HIGIH ARM PATENrT SEWING MACHINE. BUILT TO SPECIAL PLANS UNDER PERSONAL SUPERVISION BEALE AND COMiiPANY, after many years experience in the SEWING MACHINE TRADE, observing that all Machines hitherto intro ducoed to the publio were capableof great improvements, determined after con sulting the most eompetent judges and experts, that their Principal should pro ceed to Europe, and there get a Machine built that should embody their views and thoroughly 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 muat convince the moset sceptical of its vast Superiority over all previous efforts mn SEWING MACHINE ?ECHANICS.' It possesses all the Newest Improve ments of value; and is suited to avast range of work. NOTHING IS TOO THICK AND HEAV?, NOTHING TOO LIGHT AND DELICATE FOR THE aBEALe' MAOClIlNE. IT WILL H...

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LORD CHARLES BERESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

LORD CHARLES BERESFORD. Among the most popular men in the navy, and indeed m. English society generalily, is unquestionablythe subject of this article, Lord Charles William d?b lao Poor Beresford, the eldest of therbrothers of the present Marquis ofn Waterford. His lordship was hornon the 10th Feb runry, 1848, and is consequently in his eortieth year, in the prime of manhood. He chose the sea as a profession, and- hoW be has distinguished himself the.histbry of the Egyptian campaigns alone affords. abundant testimony. .: He entered the navy in 1859,; and sinte that time has seen service in almost every quarter of theglobe.- - Hoe obtained his eaptainoy in 1882, and duringthe bombardment of Alexandria lhis name .was brought. prominently before the public, as-commander of the Condor, evincing as he did thorough-knowledge of Eceamanslhip as well as cool intrepidity andl discipline: - ...., His lordsh was frequently mentioned in the despat?ches, and when Lord Wol seley assumed the comma...

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(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

(Fner O2 OWN COOBEOPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Tmns DAT. NOAISD OF RECONOILIATION APrOINTED. The Trades have accepted the appoint ment of a Board of reconciliation, consist of five represeutatives nominated by t Trades Hall Council, five by the Employers' Union, with one arbitra tor, to determine the rate of wages to which the wharf labourers areentitled, the award to he binding throughout this year, Union men only to be employed, and all eligible men recently imported to be admitted into the unions; the seamen to to be permitted to rejoin their ships with out their positions being prejudiced by their recent withdrawal. On the accept ance of this agreement by the employers, work to be resumed on Monday. As Mr. Lyell garantees that the employers. wll agree, the strike is believed 19 be a.lan end.

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MELBOURNE. January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

MIELBOURNE. (FroOM OUR OWN CORnESrONDONTS.) January 14. Before this opistle appears in print you will have the advlantage of knowing the viewsof both of the leaders of parties upon tho political situation, how it was brought about, and how tie premature disclosure of what was intended by the wickled P'ress upset the appleeart. Under these circum stances it would be useless to discuss that which is passing, or anticipate the noxt move, as the attitude assumed by Messrs. Service and Berry will alter the whole position. Sofar my impression is that the leadership of the Liberal party will be a matter to be deridod on the floor of the House in the next Assembly, though many Liberals are prepared to fight under the banner of Mr. Deakin, who covets not, but will, if pressed, accept the honour. But tlsere are other interests at work, and the danger of a split is to be guarded against. This may be an excellent opportunity to contradict the rumour that the Honourable Joseph Jones contemplates...

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TRADE MEETING. THE SHADLER-SPAHN DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

TRAE _MEETING. TuE 515ADLEc-5PAHON DISPUTE. Lost evening, m the Temperanc Hall, Pitt-street, a public meeting of working men was held to consider the action of Mr. Shadier, baker, in discharging one of his employees, Mr. Spahn, on the ground of his being connected with a trades union. There was an attendance of about eighty persons. On the platform were seated members of the Trades and Labour Council and Messrs. Curley, Goundry, White and Rees, of the Nowcastls Miners' Association. Mr. T. Caddy, the President of the council, occupied the chair. Mr. W. S. Gocascanx explained that when the Cooks and Confectioners' Society was first formed, Mr. Shadier, as all other employers, received a copy of.the rules of the society in which Mr. Spahn's name appeared as treasurer. These rules contained nothing objectionable to an employer, no attempt being made to fix hours of labour, or even wages. However, Mr. Shadler endeavoured to intimidate Mr. Spahn into leaving the'union; but did not succeed...

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COUNTRY NEWS. GOULBURN, JAN. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

COUNTRY N?EWS. (FROM oeu own cOauSPOonDNTs.) GOULBURN, JAm 14. * The regublar meeting of the Borohgh Council took place to-night, when business of an ordinary character was transacted. The only motion of importance passedw.s one reierring to the eradication of the thistle throughout the city, and- it was carried that property-owners be compelled to havethis nuisance destroyed. The pay sheet for the past fortnight was passed, and amounted to £253 3s. 8d.. A man named Murray, whilst arranging a load upon.a cart about six miles from Cnurawang, fell from the vehicle, and~had two of his ribs broken on the right side, besides sustaining other less serious in juries. At the hospital committee meeting !last night, accounts to the amount of £182 1~4s. Id. were passed for payment. SCaptain Fisher, P.M. of Yass, who is proceeding to Sydney to re-act as Stipen diary Magistrate, is about to become the recipient of some tribute of .respect from the residents of that town. A meeting of the residen...

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AMUSEMENTS. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

AMUSEMENTS. THEAT?E ROYAL.T " Cinderella" continues to fill the Theatre Royal nightly. No pantomime could run more smoothly than it does, and few harleqninades could mord rejoice the hearts of the juveniles who have been for tunate enough to see it. NEW OPERbA HOUsE. "Across the Continent" was played for the last time this season before a fairly good house at the New Opera House last evening. To-night the sensational drama, " Queen's Evidence:' will be presetted in its stead. The cast.?will includo Miss Maggie Knight as Kate Medland, Miss Blanche Lewis as Ada Soniors, MriJ. L. Hall as Isaacs, and Mr. H. N. Douglas as Gilbert Medland. The scenery has been painted by Mr. Alfred Clint. THE Orarrace. The last nights of " Mother Goose and the Enchanted Beauty" are upon us. In addition to the evening' performance .there will be an afteinoon representation to-day, commencing at 2 o'clock. M. Leon Caron will open an opera season ht the Olympic Theatre, on Saturdaynext, January .23, with a r...

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LATE SHIPPING TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. JANUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886

LATE SHIPPING . TELEGIRAPHIC BHIPPING. JALUAOOY it. OLEroNo.-Janoury iof ,o?tiS. Tasmulnaf, o. sight 4.E5 s,5 anu ry 0J.e axn l .Arrvarid, Januarylf : EurImb1a from fookirmpton, Gl..mwortt from Cootow. Dolprturo, Jonuary 15: Currajong for ooklouop too 3 p.m." ADonElA.-r-Arrivmip Jnnuary 1f H. J. Ham. mer, seh., from Brisbneno Ierenu from Tosmnln. Dopartures, January 15: IHonouowra for o.ol bourno. nELnOU?rn .-Aorrfvodanuary 15: 'Frankiafra Adolaido: Flindoro from Laancostoa. ~Dearturo, January 15: Wontworth, naroobool for tfldnoy; January 10, ?Tyrtlo, sch,, for Grafton. CLAREnce ?[[EADs.---JaIuar:yif SirJ. Fra?klin • and Aoe Newton, sohon., off bar. EnEN.--Dopanturt; January 1f Kamornruin, fop Sydney, B a.m. MacLiar HaDe.-Mritaal January 1f, Coral, 4.40a-re Deartureo:arnuarylO . Wooabury i .or 4.30 a.m. ; Dolphin, for Hambuccra, in tow, 5 n4m. PORT ?IdC?UA RIC.--,?rTvIY? : Jttnu?"?J" 10· FCrLl. mount, 4 a.m. ; Eoprrso, tog, o am. MIa?Non RLtv,-DoP?artUro : JauUary 1tioBO - dale, 5 a...

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