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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
AN ELSCTIONEnrINo DOnGE. !The following handbill, disdributiod among the cab-owners and drivers of Liverpool, is a good specimen of Tory electionoeering dodges: LosT.-55000. Car and cab owners of Liverpool, who are your friends P The Liberals, by their passing of the Corrupt Praotices Adot, have deprived you of the fmeans of oearning £5000. Veoto for your friends the Conservatives I Thors is but o.e?sbi iedl?t'lrassd dir teo nomo of SoasnsPrst, aud that is Woears's 5cesa.rs.-BovT. * unicipal. Town Clerk's Ofice,.. . -. - Sydney, 15th January; 1886.: C-ITPY ASSESSMENT APPE?ALS. NOTICE fs hereby giveas that persons desirous of appealing against the. assess ment of their properties. "in. the city of 'Sydney " for City and Water Rates will be requiredto give notioe&of such intent to the undereigned before the 19th instant, and such appeals will bo.heard at the sit ting .of the Metropolitn District Court, IKing-street, commencing on the 2nd day of February, 1881. . Forms of Appea...
AGENTS FOR THE "GLOBE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
AGENTS FOR tHE "G LOBE. Thle GLOE is now enlarged to Eight Pagoe, itfty.sixcolumunsit all. Itths boecomes THE LARGEST EVENING NEWSPAPER, IN AUSTRALIA. The GLODE cwn' be obtained off the agents :4 , . SYDNEY AND THE SUBURBS F. J. Barker, 85 SDssoxstrBot Samolel Barter, Balmatn west Boootall Company, King-otroot tram and. Station S. Y. BurneG , Woolltama Samuel Bushby, 8d Vine-streot, 5odtorm Joseph Calohan, Contral Bnlmain Mrs. Davis, K(nt-street W. Calnan, Hareris.streot, Ultimo H. W. L, Couston, 111 Clareoen.astrles Mr. C. Clark, tram terminus, Marriskevlle' J. Croft, 95 Wiliasisotroet Dercon and Sons North ShorE (. En ieohd Ptdington EH. W.Foster, 144H illram-strcn l Wm. C. Good, Poterahnm hrn. nomiten, Woavorloy Harris Brothers, Nowtown ; also at Cook'r MIaodonaldtwon and St. Poters Mrs. tinehclifoe.75 Botany road, Waterloo Jolm L. Ilorghooter, 3140 Pit-otroot H. How, PFarmm atta.road, Loiehlsrdt Mr. Johns, MeMahon's Potnt, Lavonder Bay oseh King, Lavender Bay V. ?. Mantle, 181 Q...
AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
AGE?NTS "SUNDAY TIMIES." THE "SUNDAYJTIMIES" CAM BE ORTAMIED PIG0M THE FOLLOWMING AGHN TS- Hr. John "Varny, ·By.streot, Globe MIrs. Chapoma, Bridgo HouseoForest Lodge Mr. G. Cassello, Elizabetl-street, Beloero Pork Idr. John Pseor, E?izobothl.stot, peat Babburet sor ot. Hr. B. Toehn, 17 George-streo?tWeet Mrs. Moore, 21 Globoe oint oo~d Mr. Prost,'84 Georg;stroet, Coamperdowoss Mr. G. Gough, Tobconist, G]ob-rood Mr. Wollman, George-street West, opposite ,ail. Way" Station Mr. C. Brosn, 13 Gsorge-stroet West Mr. G Hilliord, 193ting-stroet, Noestown r. J. C. Voumoesh, 281 Kinog-stroet, Hwtown Mr. J. T. Jones, Tobacsonist, Hsnly Hr. H. Gnnoso, 217 Oford-str?o?t, opposite gaol Mr~ John L. Borglsoefor, 849, Pitt-street Mr. Goode. Canterbury-road,,Potershloa , M-~rs HitoboU., Holos-ontroot, Pterolsoass Mr. How, Porrsnstt.ro-d: -. Hr.. Flyns, 240 Ooford-strot, opposite goaol Mr. G. Evorard, 111 Oxford-stroet Msosnning,8 Oxford-set . reet Mr. S. Sonedrilt, Churoh-stree, Porosostia - , M.r. ...
The following appeared last night in our Third Edition. THE ADELAIDE SEAMEN PASSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
IPe followinqg appeared lasot niglht in our Third Edsi/on. THE WHARF LABOURERS' STRI(E. AD)ELAIDE, TuSrs DAr, 1lp.m. TIlE ADELAIDE SEANEN PABSBIVE. No action hls been taken yet by the 'ecamon's Union relative to the wharf labourers' strike. MELBOURNE, 3 e.M. ONE FIRM L1RELY TO SURRENDER. Nothing fresh has arisen in connection -with the wharf aInborers strike. Messrs. Lyell and Msurphy are still con tinuing their efforts to bring about arbi tration. It is rumored that the Adelaide Com .pnyf will naccde to the union's terms. The crew of the Southern Cross came sut onarrival ofthe steamer. MELBOURNE, 3'15 p.m. .MR. BRUCE SMITI'S LIFE TIuREATENED. A letter has boeen received by M?r. Bruee Smith,the ]Ioad of the Shipowners Association, threatening tlhat if he 'does Sot accede to the terms of the wharf nlabourers he will be shot next Thursday. The writer adds that he has no friends and will shoot Smith first, then himself.
PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
PRODUCE MARKgETS. SThero w a good attendance of buyers witha fifr Amount of trade doing. In msale thoe markot Sis fine at 3s 1ld to do for primeo; inferior ootmplos, ,3s Sd to s 1bd. Ots.--Tho mnrkeot is well sopplied, wit sales up to ls 5d for primehra'fecds: infrior sorts o toea o d, according to sample. Potitoes.--Tho arril of the Ciutra and 1oam. bitr cmie to a good market, and will all o into es :eonsmuptlon at once. Salee of WYarronmbeoo were made np to £10. lUichond pototoo firm, L9 l0i asto Li0. ' ulons.a-The market is barely supplied, and for Vietorias £710st. Is about the market solac. Chaff.--A fairbusinesn doing with sales of Vie. tarisn nmde at L5 5s. to L51iS. Butter remains the samo 9d is obttinable for good samples of Illawarra roll butter worth is. ioy.--A fair trade doing. Primo green lucerae sile freely at Li to Li 5s per ton: brown, L3 to £3 10s. Brn.-Slos mandoe at lo 2d to Is Id per boshol 1Pollard.--Good doennd at Is hkl. Sio change ia other produce. On the wl...
COMMERCIAL. "GLOBE" Office, 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
COMMERCIAL. " GlOt " Oficea, 12.30 p.m. In the import markets hustnoss wao eaceedlngly quiet, owing to tile Interference of the seamen'a strike, and to the lpartial steppage of the inter. oloenlaltrode whichi tos eoaod thereby. It is,how. ever, confidently expeeted that a settlement of the senmen's andlumpor'sstrikowillbearrivedatearly .next week throuh the intervontion of Str. Andrew L•ye. a gentleman who has distinguislhd himeslf .ou former oosions of this character, and who hos the perfect confidocne of the working men -chile anting on behalf of the Shipowers' Asso. eltation.' In brednstsffs, our market remains in the same ;state, no large buyers operating, and only trade *snlos malkng. In Slolbourno we notice oales of ordinary brmds are smking at fe8ke, an advance of ke6s.pr te on previouos uotations. Whleati hIuelbourna is seliing freoly at Ss lld -nod 3s Slid, some geod lines having been placed "there. We expect to see the millors operating heavily for seho t Is Ielbourne, as ...
MELBOURNE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
PIETAIQURNE TRA~DE. Very honvy rains hayo fallen, following upon oeveral dlays of scorchling soohlno, but olthough nonno of tine croep will bo matelraily affected for tihe worse, tie goneral rmult must ba highly boon. flcial. There oos so far been no distorbance in the finanncial world. Hlonoy is a little tighter, hot hardlyquotlably so. There ror, however, signs fisnt thl beeeks are matnrinlly redacing tine saonnot of assistance they are prelpredito extend. to land speclilatoro. Comiplaints also are made thatsomojlnlor filnancial institutions hLve boon operating outside of tlcir legitiateo oplhere, which if tine, is Inan olement of danger in tile near fultre. The stock and hlidr mIorket during tne short time it has been omen since the Christmans recess has hero fairly active, eon or two gold mines develop. iog hetter proepects. There no still, however, a large preldendrance of calls over dividends .entk hbnae .have been inn demand, nhlnilo tmnm. weys have seen a liigler level. Is t...
WOOLLOOMOOLOO FISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
WOOLLOOMOOLO0 FISH ?!AIRET. Suwpies were only modemto thin morning in the nbovo mnrkot. Theore wnas however, a Keen uottondnco of buoyrs for tho dony of tho week. nevera very 0ood on0. Notwithotanding, prtcee; i were olppreoiably lower than yesterday. Tho fol lowing are lodinogquototiooto :-WIhlting, LI 7o Gd for baskot of 6Otb.; prawns, dl 5o por bnskot; breom, 8s per basket : mullet, £l por asket ; fiat. bead, 7s per dozen; blh/abfli, 1ts por basket; hachopper fror ido cols, 4o per dozen.
DISPATCH OF MAILS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
DISPATCH OF MAILS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. Overlond to Oolo rno, nnd thnco por Orient Company's steamor Orient, Thursday, January 21. tegistored letters; 4.0 .m. ; ordinary. 6 *p.m. ; d. tho toz. Nowslporn, 4.80 p.m., ld. enac. Lato letters for tho United Kingdom only will be received ulp to 6.30 p.m.; oextra reeo od. For rates to ploces other tlemtho United Kingdom mco "Posotl Guide,
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
THE MAILS. Mails nill be made up at the General Post Offico for tlroeundcrmentionerl placesnas follows:- Tlrs DAT i"r.nonnr,ovr ......ovr..la7 p.m. ADElAIDE, overland, via elbourne 7 p.m. OIorAnT aND LoAUNoo?STON. ovoerland to Ielbrourne, aud theno ce stetamr 7 p.m. lonD lIvEn, per Tomki E 1p.m. HOneur Anw LAu?cEsTovn via Edcn, per Flora . .... .. ... 3 p.n. CLoanrcE tlvn, pr Hele NicoUll ... 8 p.m. ~Irtnaex. SoUTEnn POnTS OF NcW ZEALAND ASnD WELLINeve O .- Overland to Mlel. bormo, ad.thnctlrne per Warhora ...3.80 p.m. HIACLEAT RIrvca, leE Wooadl' ern .... 8p.m. ToEsDaY. Dsinnci'o ANn I?eoTlEon PORTs, per Eaurimbia .......... ... ... p.m. CoannorCE Hivn, por City of Grafton ... p.m. UNITED KIINGOn AioN CONTINENT OF EUnoa--Ovcrland to Dellollr aoanad theanco per Orient steammr Orient, Tlurirroday ..... 11p6.m.
THE VICTORIAN CLUB RACES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, 3 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
STH:E :.YICTORIAN CLUB RACES. (FRoM OUl OWN COrRE5PONDENT.) MELBOURNE, 3 P.ar. For tle. Victorian Club Races, to-mor *l ow, "Eclipse's" tips are: HDLntEs Insolvent, Master Penelope, and Fusileer. VICTORIAN CLun Cur: Ca~merine, Chuck atner, Bohemian. Two YEARs OLD: St. Paul 8~tLNOa : dAchmest or Ace. STE~mPLC?ISB.: Pride,. Lady Asiston, Wymlet. JANuAY II~nDcAI : William Tell, SOlOhost, Solo.
THE GERMAN AGGRESSION AT SAMOA. AUCKLAND, 2.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
THE GERMAN AGGRESSION AT SAMOA. [mROM OU OWN COau'ESPONDENT.1 h AUCKLAND, 2.30 r'.a. The Samoan representatives who re cently ariived here from Samoa to seek the protection of the British, and to com -Fplain about the outrage recently alleged to have been committed on them by the com mander of. the German warship, Alb~atross, lmd.an interview with the Governor, Sir Villiam Jervois, at Woellington, to-day. They were closeted with his Excellency for an long time,.but the details of the inter view have not.yet beeoon disclosed.
BIRDS'-NEST CAVES OF GOMANTON. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 January 1886
BIRDS'-NEST CAVES OF GOMAN- TON. The following account of the Gomanton birds'-nests and guano caves in the Kina- batangan River, in the neighbourhood of Malapi and Sandakan, North Borneo, is extracted from a letter recently published in the Straits Times, and cannot fail to be of interest:- "We reached Gomanton Hill after a steady tramp, fortunately without rain, about 11 a.m., and got to the white entrance, Simud Putih, which is about 500ft. high above the sea. In this mag- nificent entrance to the chief birds'-nests caves, and which is about 30ft. high by 50 wide (a noble entrance, you may imagine), we camped to have breakfast. The climb up was in parts very steep, some little bits were almost perpendioular, but the nature of the jagged hard lime- stone rock afforded lots of steps to hitch your feet in and to hold on with by your hands. After a rattling good breakfast (beautifully clear water dripping through the roof) we made a ladder and climbed up to a ledge which took us to th...
AGENTS FOR THE "GLOBE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
AGENTS FOR rHE "GLOBE. The GLOBE is now enlarged to Eight Pages, flfty-six columns in all. Itthus bscnmes THE LARGEST EVENING NEWSPAPER, IN AUSTRALIA. The GLOBE can be obtained off tho agentas: SYDNEY ANDTHE SUBIRBS F.3. Barker, 85 Sussex-street Samuel Barter, Balmain west Bookatall Company. King-street tram andu Station S. Y. Burnet, Woollahea Samuel Busahby, 8 Vine-street, Redfeorn Joseph Cadoegan Central Balmaia Mrs. Davis, Brent-stroet"" W. Calnan, Harris-street, Ultimo H. W. L. Causton, 111 Clarence-street Mr. C. Clark, tram terminus, Marrtckville J. Croft,05 William.street . Deacon and Sons North Shore G.' Eogisch, Paddinggton " H. W. Foster, 1~t Williesam.street Wee. C. Good, Peotrsbha Mrs. Hamilton, Waverley rris Brothers, Noowtown; also at Cook's Macdonaldtewn and St. Peters Mrs. Hinehollfo, 75 Boins.sroad, Waterloo John L. Beorghoefer, 349 Pitt-streetB H. How, Parrmmatta-road, Leichhardt Mr. Johns, M?Mahons Point, Lavender Bay Jonep h Wing, Lavender Bay W. Jo Mantle,131 Qu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
The Globe. AD V RTISEES A vill find the S " . GLOBE a first-slnes ADVERTISING MEDIUM., T I? E a L O B E if H " GT L -OBE . E G-LOB EL &LOBEI. PEOPLE'S PAPER. T H PEOPLE'S PAPER. PEOPLE'S ?AI'APIR. IT HI.J GLOf?jB EIGHT PAGES EVERY ISSU19. ALL NEWS AGENTS. E II E T GOBf, .Daily Contains the VERY LATEST SHIPPING, MINING, SPORTING, LAW, And General News. All for ONE PENNY fITHE CIRCULATION . of the 'G-IOBE Is RAPIDLY INCREASING., ALL NEWS AGENTS. AG OOD ADVERTISING M:DIUM, :11. THE GLOBE. IGIIT 'PAGES, EVENING PAPER. ONE PENNY. ffITE LATEST NEWS FROM ALL .L '?PARTS OF TIlE WORLD in the "GLOBE. EVERY EVENING. ALL NEWS AGENTS. j-ý OERCHANTS READ1 pub]ished , EVERY EVENING. SEIGET PAGES for ONE PENNY. contains the LATEST NEWS from ALL FOREIGN PARTS. Ask your Agent for it. ONE PENNY -Tf , ]1. , GI.OBE " for SMART ?:WRITING and OUTSPOKENNESS. ONE PENNY. Trp IIE GI.,OBIJ ,contains FIFTY-SIX COLUMNS of EEADING MATTER for ONE PENNY., IH- T HOUR HU read the GLOBE. ONE PENNY. ADV ERTI SE...
HOW SOME MEN TREAT THEIR WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
fOW SOME MEN TREAT T rHEIR WIVES. - ."Oh these men ! " excliaimed Mrs. Sur lout. "I wish they had a little more regard for us women than they show. I declare its a shame the way they treat us."? . "Is it the same old trouble, or have you something new, my dear " asked Mrs. Rattle. "Mr. Stirtout, of late, has been develop ing a most extraordinary fondness for retiring at one o'clbek in the morning, and he never gets to sleep before two. Why, sometimes I don't get a chance to go through his pookets till three o'clock. Just think-three o'clock. Ugh! hlie's in brute."
AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." THE "SUNDAY TIMES" CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE FOLLOWING AGENTS:— [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES," THE "SUNDAY TIMES" CAN HE OBTAINED FROM THE FOLLOWING AGENTS; Mr. John Vurney, Bay-street, Globe Trs.-Chapman, Bridge House, Forest Lodge Mr. G. Cassella, Elizabeth-street, Holmoro Park Hr. John Fisher, Elizaboth.stroot, past Hathurst streeat Hr. B. Kahn, 37 George-street West 2 Mrs. Moore, 21 Globe Point oond Mr. Frost, 84 Georgo-stroet, Camperdown Hr. G. Gough, Tobacconist, Glubs-road Mfr. Wellman, George-street West, opposite Eall. way Station Mr. C. Brouwn, 13 Georgo-street?West Hr. C. Rilliard,193 King-steet, Nowtown Hr. J. C. Voumeesh, 281 King-street, Nowtown Mr. J. T. Jones, Tobacconist, Manly Hr. H. Gannon, 217 Otford.strost, opposite gaol Mr. John L. Rerghuofor, 849, Pitt-street Mr. Goode. Canterbury-road, Putorsham Mrs Mithell, Nelson-street, Peteruham Mr. How, Parramatta-road " r,. Flynn, 2,19) Oxford.ntreut, opposite gaol Hr. G. Everard, 112 Oafordstreet r Mrs. Maming, 8 Oxford-street Mr. S. Scandritt, Church.street, Parramatta Hr. M. Jacobs 60 Pa...