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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
IN'TERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (BDY WULE.-FROMI OUn oWNrcoESPONr DENT.) MLE?IQURNE, BTis DAr, 3p.m. A ian, .~supposed to be a farmer, jumped into;the Yarra and was drowned, to-day. In his pocket was a bill of ex change in favour of Hugh Lennon, drawn by Geo. Bandy; farmer, of ount Jeffcott. At the inquest on WVilliam Yuille, who stuck up the mon.~at Camberwell, and then manimitted suicide, the jury returned a * Ycrdict of suideidewhilst of unsound mind. .A letter left gave:fast women as the cause -of his downfall, and alleged that in one lhouse the deceased;visited thlere were as Samany as five policeien, some in uniform~ , Ssome helplessly drunk. ?qptain Evenrll was received, on hms arriv?al by the Sydney.train this morning, iy .Baron Von MUller, .the President, and ' 'Donald, the hen. secretary, and other anembers of the Geographical Society, and taken .±o Scott's Hotel. Captain Everill goes.to,the German picnic.to-morrow, and delvers,bis first address on Now Guinea en Monday. The thre...
GOULBURN SUMMER RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
GOULBOU~N SUMMER BACES. For the above races on January 29, the following are the names of the horses nominated: FmLno HaliCtP.--Wisdom, Clariouot, BindE , Clement, Raleigh, Nobo, fight Bower. GuoIena?' ehgarcdP.-Thakhambau, Balmomll Strathmore, Surp?ice, Clement. * WELTER HANDICe P.--e a hedve, De A ntonio, Zimbula, Raven, Falcon, ussar, Doctor, Decop tion, Antronome. GnAOD ST^oD HaNsctr.--Brinde, Clement. Raleigh, Petrol, NRbo, Priam, Balmoral, Elsio, raven, Stmthmore, Weetlelah, Surplus. LADIES' BoACELET.--Adonin, Little Joe, Don Antonio, W¥imbult, fight Bower, Strathmore, aeven, Il??norml, Doctor, Ruosar, Docotion, Wanta.
A STABBING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
A STABBING CASE. At the Central Police Court this morn ing Joseph Williams, a black cook, was charged with maliciously wounding Peter Fredericks, also a colourcd cook, on the night of December 31. Constable Sut cliffe stated he was on duty in George-street at about ton p.m., in company with Constable King, when he saw the prisoner running up the street. He followed him mid fetched him back to the Oddfellows' Hall Hotel in the Hay market, when he found the prosecutor bleeding from a wound in the breast. Witness took him to No. 2 Station, and charged him with stabbing Fredericks. In reply to the charge he denied doing so. Dr. Westrum, house surgeon, deposed to ad mitting Fredericks to thIe Sydney Hospital; he was suffering from an ,incised wound about three-quarters of anr inch long in the chest, which bled slightly, and he complained of difficulty in breathing. Ho subsequently developed no serious symp :toins. .Peter Fredericks, rook,, of Macquarie street, stated hlie was with prison...
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. BUNDARRA, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. (mIso oun OWN CORRBSrPONDENTrs.) BUNDARRA, Tus DAY. At a meeting of commoners at the court house to-day Messes. W. C. Lannen, W. H. Readett, A. J. Darby, L. Stehr, and G/. Baker were elected trustees. The full local Land Court is sitting. Severalcases are getting'put through. There is every appearance of rain, which is badly wanted. A big list of wants is waiting for Mr. Inglis, M.P., when he comes here next week. ; GUNDAGAI, Tins DAY, 2.45 P.ar. News.reached town thismorning that a young man, aged,20,.Donald M'Kinnon, a son of Mr. M'Kinnon, a grazier, at Brumgle, was killed yesterday after noon by 'being throwna from his horse. Itis supposed the horse shied, and dragged him several yards. When found, only a short time after leaving home, he was dead. The coroner has gone out to bold an in quest. It is reported that a man committed suicide at Muttama, yesterday'evening,by swallowing a quantity of heads of matches. It is said the reason for doing the rash act was i...
NAVAL HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
NAVAL HOME. * In reply to a deputati?on to-day, intro duced by Mr. Ives, M.P., Sir John Robert son advised the promoters of the Naval Home to select a site for the building on the North Shore, andathe Government would consider the advisability of pur chiasing the same for them.
SPORTING TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
SPORTING TOPICS. Foley informs mc that he is willing to allow Farnan £25 for expenses, and will agree to the conditions stated in Parnan a challenge. It is to be hoped that no more will be heard about the afiair, but that a match will be made right away. How ever, we do not think that Farnan will draw out of his challengy like Newton. By-the-bye, Newton has no% a word to say this week. Last night the Mercantile Rowing Club held their annual meeting. The report of the secretary, Mr. Blackman, showed that 216 members had paid subscriptions during the year, and the club assets had been in creased without materially affecting the liabilities, and property now held by the club was secured at a cost of over £4000. The balance-sheet was submitted by Mr. Blackstone, and read as follows:-Dr.: To amount received for subscrip tions, 1885, £564 Ies.; 1886, £4 1is.; from branch, £295 4s. Gd.; from annual ball, £108 15s. 8d.; sale of boats, £43; trophies, £25 18s.; entrance fees, £23 15.; steamer...
THE DAY'S DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
THE DAY'S DOINGS. At the publicmeetingheldatthcTemper ance Hall last evening to consider the late action of Mr. Shadier, baker, of Hunter street, in discharging a man namedSpahn, on the supposed ground of his being an officer in the Confectioners' Union, a reso lution was passed to the effect that all trades unionists should withdraw their custom from him. Michael Hogan, a 'bus driver, was charged at the Water Police Court this morning with working a horse which was suffering from sore breasts, caused by the friction of a badiy-fitting collar. After viewing the extent of the injuries on the animal, the bench took a lenient view of the case and imposed a fine of Al, in default seven days' gaol. Our Tamworth correspondenit says that the local rifle club have determined to bring off some matches and sweeps at their butts on Anniversary Day. Departmental news this morning amounts to oil. Most of the Ministers have been working at their papers over night, and they are not at their posts ...
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
NOTES AND COMMENTS. It is a most extraordinary thing that the weaker Governments of Europe are almost invariably the fomenters of the disturb ances that lead to general warfare. Servia, lately heartily thrashed by the country she unjustifably attacked, and Greece, which has not as yet succeeded in thrashing .anybody, have now coalesced against the partial unification of Bulgaria. These two countries probably go on the ground that theyhave little to lose; that the jealousies of the Great Powers will prevent them being absorbed into the territories of either Russia or Austria~; and that they can, by making a noise, wring some concession that will quieot them. The great probability is that they will be quieted in anotheri way. The Queen has vast personal influence in Ger many, Austria, and Russia. She is well known to be imbued with kindly feelings toward the gallantm Prince Alexander, whose bravery and skill have besides won him the respect of Europe. The wisdom of Her Majesty has sol...
TEMORA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
TEMORA ANNUAL RAGES.. The following are the weights for the races on February 5 and 6: TOWN PLATE.-1- miles. st. b set. Ib. Joseepio .... oIVermont ... .... 7 4 Wre's the Cat... 810 orward. 7 4 OmRadaum ... 8 3 TloFrenceman... 013 B.no .. 0 2ClearHills 15.s12 Ilceawig...7 0 Gelddigger 0 8 TECMOBA JOCKEY ODUB raNDIOAP.-2 miles. Josephineohrth~?. 7|Vro8 .. ..7 Je 8 7 1 Beeswing.. 7 3 Omedhaum ... 8 0 Forwrd....7 Hevenge .:. 131 Gelddigger . 0
MORNING GALLOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
MORNING GALLOPS. Notwithstsanding that a bright, clear morning broke, trainers wereloth to send their horses along; and not untillongafter five o'clock a,;horse of any description was discernible on the course at all. Shortly after this, hour, however, Lightfoot and Ruby were sent for a good spin on the tan, the former never being stretched. Bon Accord wentalone on the sand nicely; and First Dawn was rattled along on the tan track. This horse appears to goshort and preppy, in work, but there is an opinion prevalent that he is a little better than heolets them know. Hlope and King stone were stepped on the tan track, but there was nothing betweenthem. Trident and Phillip'Augustus went steadily on the course proper. Agricola went alone once round, and then mendedhisways by wind ing up fast, Chesham, of whom I havea great opinion, had the best of Blair gowric on the proper track, Mia Mia went well, whilst Galatea easily defeated Brigantine. Kingfish, First Chester, and a host of others...
LATEST BETTING. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
LATEST BETTING. ANNIVERSAIRY ANDICAP. Thist morning Tempo has gone backn a bit; and Cerise and Blue and Minerva, besides others, advanced a stage. The betting on the whole is very .dull on account of many of the bookmaklers being away at Melbourne. The following were inquired for: Tempo, nst. 0b1 ...... 8tol Cerioe and Blue,8st ... 10 to 1 inerva, Ct. lb. . 10to 1 Burrilda,7st.21b. ... 1tol Honeydew, 8st. 01b.. 100 to Battoilos, O.t.2b .... . 100 toO Soldier Boy, 8nt. 21b. 100 too Ben Bolt, let. 121b. . 100 to6 Jewel, 7et. 211b. . . IO0to6 llelllon, COt. 121b . 100 toO Kathleen, st. 61b. . 100 toil Desmond, 7.e. 011. 100 to5 • Tlhakombau, Ost. lbib. 100 to 5 olIagnieor, et. ib. .. 100 to 5 • Hxhnam, sa. . . 100 toO Lennox, Cst. ib. . . 100 to5 Otlera Crom-100 to 2to 100 to 4.
WILLIE FRANK'S CHALLENGE. (To the Editor of the Globe.) [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
WILLIE FRANK'S CHALLENGE. (To lto Editor of 1th Glohe.) Sir,-Kindly correct your athletic writer's paragraph respecting the above. I do not fly at such high game as S. Lewis, except on handicap terms, as my chal lenge stipulates. I am sixteen years of ago only, and, Lewis trained, I should reqmuire more start of him than he over gave.me before to 'have a clhance t5 win. By inserting above you will oblige. Yours, &c. WILLIE FRANK.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
Business Notices. p U B LIC ? O.T I.C E. TRADE HARK. THE CORPORATION STOES, ENOINE.STREET, HAYMAItKET, Tea, Is, l8, is 6d, i2s Rice, oibs. for Is i Sauce, 3 ba.t for Ia hDte Sugar. Mlkd patrlb, Jams, 'tins for 1Sjl Pull.weight Spcrms, d Joms, lb. tins 8d perlb.. Carerots, Ilbo, for ls S-ap,Sboesforls Roblns, S1b. forlsld Soda, lb. forfd CaudiomPeelldpolb. Salt, Sib. for 6d Kippered Herrings. I Slue, per lb., Gd tien for So Id Cocoa, per lb, Is Line Fis. d per lb -dionee, St? ns for Is Engli olouBone i p.11. Samon Stife fr lasS ueaod lns resh HerinOgs, I tines S ultbaBaisoins, d lb; forels d [.Cheste Tea, l2e6 d DP~iNmaid Milk, S tin Stewing Prunes, per lb,I forlstd Gd Treaclc, 4 lb.linsofor .Sd , L| re Sandinos, per i, DriedApples, lbs. for d, Picklee, I bottles for ls tinse Gd Pie Fruits, 2Slb, tins, Ditto, Ilb. ins, lid t0d RedHorrlngsodoz.tins Ale and PoArter, Per s . d eozn, 7s .inegar, lrge b?t., ns. erandy, pe ese, 45a Scented SoaplIs doz. ,whisky. eresoe, 4s1 [ DovillodHam,pe...
SHIPPING. VESSELS TO ARRIVE AT SYDNEY, EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS AND INTERCOLONIAL VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
SHIPPIMG. VESSELS TO ARIIVE AT SYDNEY, EXCLU S3IVE OF COASTERS AND INTER. COLONIAL VESSELS. Tn-' Whore Dat, o. Namo nod Rig. ogo From. aiing Albsio Caovor, bqo ,. 9 :oston ... Qot, 15 dguts Oswald, ah rns ..o* , Amnlol, sal l Nov. 51 Am ,en 1531 Nmmouro ... Nv1 Amoy, h 99-i, Lveonol ,, NOv. 7 Alcinons, sh Lidon "" n. 21 asetral, O.S.. 5381 Pooo't ... ran. 5 Aldergrovo, sh - London ... - Angerton, ss - London ... Austrnlia, on - ?rinoo ... D 31 Auetrolanino, ese ndon ... Doc.23 Hnrooo, os.. - London .. - lxrtolea, se .. ..Yp ov. Rombay, os.. - London ... - Eraidwood, bqo 050 IHamburg ... Sop. l1 British nl, h 21.q9 Lordon .. - Rucophalus e b115 at Adolnado.. Nov. 55 Calfornia, bqo 795 Ft Gamble .. Candids. eli. .- London - Cope Clear, loi -- Lverpool ... - Cope Comorin, she. - London .. Cerro Allegro, bqe - Charonto .. Chollerton, s 171. ,oudon ... Nov. . Cityo flonubhy, ih London ... City of Corinth, sh - London .. NOV. 11 Coluen, bqe 5165 Ft Blokolcy... Curry So~rk, il -- London .....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
Special Aavertisements. BARING'S LOAN anid DISCOUNT BANK LEND MIONEY on Furniture (without possession), Land, Shares, and Personal Security, Bills of SLading at very Low Rates. . Bills Discounted Daily. BARING'S LOAN and DISCOUNT BANK, 1109 Elizabeth-street 119. (beotween King and Market; streets.) "? EA FOAM SHAMPOO.' "SEA FOAM sHAMPOO0." Hfays you soer tried the "SEA FOAM SHAM. POO r' If not lose no time in sottiue a boh of this greet cleanser of tho hair asd skin. Delight fully perIfued, end so teniug to tlhe skin and lhir it stands alone as tho grandest production of modern ohemistry. Insisat on havig it, and do not be porsuaded to take something soho o the plea that it's jeatna goad. Sold everywhorC, at ls. l?r teo. ' WHOLESALEr ALL -EALERS. BRAY BROTHEBRS, China, Glass, and Earthenware SHOWROO00MS, 402 and 40i GEORGE-STEREET. WALLACH BROTHERS, Now Furniture Warehouses, York-street, Wynyard-squareo, Sydney. IMANh?ACTURERS and IMPORTERS O Art Furniture, Bedsteads, Bedding, Piano...
AMERICAN AMENITIES. THE TRUMAN AND JOSLYN FEID. New York Sun. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
AMIERICAN AMIENITIES.E STHE RUIAN ANn JOSLN FEID. -NFewYoerk Sun. SFarmer Trumaneof Kentucky was up an apple tree'the other day, hand-picking a choicelot of Seek-nio-furthlers, when aloig came Farmcr. Joslyn. As Farmer Joslyn had a shotgun with him, a careless ob server might have reasoned that helwae out gunning' for quail. There .was, no thing of the careless observer aboutu Raemer Truman, however.. He didn't tumble, from the tree right awy, bit he tiimble to Farmer Joslyn's errand; and he did haltedoin his ricking and called ot:.,. '"'After me, eh -" . " Jist so, naybur !"' "Well, I was sort o' expecting you,; but not qulite so early. Is this the same old feund-the one startiag' over a lint fence forty years ago? P . "Yes, the same'old thing which' has caused"ths deaths of three Trumans and four'Joslyns." ' . " Oh,; I didn't know but something,nbw had come up.: Say, nabour, I'll be~ down in just a minit'. ' "f'I know yoe will and you'll probably come head fast! I've come over thi...
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. January 16, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
WIND AND WEATHERI REPORT. Janumry16, 9 sus. 8,sssr.--B.E,, raining, thermomeoter 7 in shade. ausuay.-Cloudy, calm. BALLNA.-E., cloudy, sea moderate. Basno0Žsjor--E., dull, seasmooth. *B-amuos?BT.--S.E., showery. B?ats n's BaY.--Colm, oine, sea smooth. DBsLxoom?r as Ixs.--Calm, loudy, seo moderote. CoLas!c? Hasos.-E., cloudy, uca modorato, Caeu Haw?E.--N., cloudy, sea smooth, a lnDs.--N.E., fiue, s mouderate. OlASO Iolams.--N.E., cloudy, sea moderate. (laerocr.--Csla, dull auss CarE.--N.E., cloudy, sea moderate. Jaauls Bayr.-N., dull, uMe smooth. Xoazay.--N.E, cloudy, sea smooth. lsCLaoY Hcasu.---Calm, cloudy, sea modurote., resA.aDno.-E., fins. ?Isaomsso Htso.--N,, cloudy, sea moderato, 'osUtA HEAus.-N., fine, sea smootl. larsoccA HaA?s.--nalm, cloudy. soamodrnte.? Ns? csTLEs.- E.E., line, sea smooth. -os-T H¢AncUass.-WV.S.W'., dull, sea smooth. rent SrTsruENo.--N.E., raining, sea smooth. SEan, BOCxs.-N., fine, sea smooth. S0oru Huon.--N.N.W., eloudy, sea smooth. Ts"n.?n.--f., cloud...
PERSONAL POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
PERSONAL POLITICS. If we may judge by tho latest utterances of the gentlemen who, without being absolutely leaders of political lifo, yet occupy a pro minent:??position in the public sight, our greatest want in tlhis colony is a well-defined line of demarcation be tweI prtios, . We do not agree with their conclusions, and regard them as dangerous; but it is just as wellto ex amine them. These orators declare that in New South Wales there are no political parties; that the question is a mere matter of personal profor ence. If you like Sir Jon RoanERT so0, or Sin IIENRY PARKES, or Mr. Dnms better than hIis competitors, you follow him, and that is all about it. They point to Great Britain and ask whether we have anything to match the broad gap which divides the Liberals and Gonservatives. They look to Victoria and bemoan their lot in being without the definite distinc tion which they believe separates the Radicals and Constitutionalists; the men who believe in DEA?rN and Mmnra s from t...
LAND SALES FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
LAND SALES FOR THE WEEK. The following sales .of real estate are re ported by the undermontionednuctioneerse: Messrs. Richardson and Wronoh: Corner blok. of proper-y, Mackenzio and Bent. itsete, Balmaon, comprising Black'B grocery stoe and.two cottagees thereon, ~920-M6r. Williams Hioey, purohaser; cottage 'reel d"nco,.- Lodon-street, Newtown, £900 .Ilr Martin. Flaberty;? lot 20 of Agar's Eslote, subdivision,.Enmore, having E oft. antagq to Emily.-treet, £4r2--Mr. P. Bl?nt, jon.; portion of lot 19,: geti1on 2 of iUnderwood Estate, aurtbdvijson Hoieo bosh, baring 51ft. Itin. frontage to Homo bosh-read, £0 015s.2e-. Fredeorik King;. lot;5 of Pritchard's subdivision, Enmnoro, avine 50ft. frontage to .Perry-etreet,: £312 l0e.--Mr. F. Blnt, inn. ; Iota 9 and 10 of Tihe's snhdivision, Parraet-road; Pet.r shm, hbing40sft. frontage,. £00--Mr.r. John oCrison;lote 4,:5, 6, and 7.of Bond's-sub. diviron, Maclay Estate,, Elizabeth Bay, leaohboldhaving aft. .0n.fontage to Onslow Orenuei rand 60t....