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THE VICE-ROYALTY OF IRELAND. LONDON, JAN. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
THE VICE-ROYALTY OF IRELAND. [REUTEwRc' TELEGRAM.] LONDON, JAN. 15. It is generally understood that the Vice-royalty of Ireland, which is about to be vacated' by the Earl of Car narvon, will remain in commission until the political situation has been, more clearly defined. JA.17. It is announced that the lion, Edward Stanhope succeeds Sir W. Hart-Dyke as Chief Secretary for Ireland, with full executive powers, pending the appointment of a new Viceroy.
TERANNA AMATEUR RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
TERANNA AMATEUI RACES. SThe. Teranna Amateur Jookey Club will Mbod a day's racing on Thursday and Triday usat. The club is a private 'one, and only the horses of members are allowde to run. They are as follows; FrosT DAT. TRIAL rlbE. 1i mile. at, lb. ,Raleigh ... 2.. 1 0 |armiOs . (late Heoctor"... ...1, O] • greoought .,. 11. Essosae. 1.. 01 |Petrel . ... 1 5 Kingston ... 1 1 0o1femeie. 5 1. 2. Astroeosree...12 01|2lonaLlly... " . 101 foe Astorio ... 11 1 0Clriott.. ... 10 2 ssarnce ... . 11 I MACEBRACE -1 mile, 10st. • flqoetor, Eussar, Little' Joee Ngeertirs, Limited, Defiance, Waste, Dolonce, !rlikado, Ihtlasive . TELANNA T us-e-li mile. . - st.lb. stlhb. Seurplice . H...1 41[ Kiegeten ".. .12 2 ?old ... i lDosnAstoio ,.. 11 .1 Hoonter .. ii 11 |Petrol o,, °.. 10 1 Itussor.... 112 .?ADI~E' BRAC? T--I mile, lest. ilba. E ?rie, Doctor, tussar, Hippy, Limited, Numbala, liisgston. fleceipion, Asteasenmor, Adonis. BACHEt. lb G 0 t. lb. Serplice ... .11 II | idgetee . 12 0 taleigh ,.....
HYDROPHOBIA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
HYDROP-OBIA. As there can be no doubt that hydro phobia has been most exceptionally pre valent in England; and more especially in London, during this year, says Truth, I felt that it might be a matter of interest to my readers to know a little about this much-dreaded disease; so I have consulted an expert-LIr. A. J. Sewell, the well known dog-doctor, of Elizabeth-street, Eaton Square-on the matter, and he has given me some interesting particulars. Mr. Sewell admits that he has never known rabies to be so prevalent amongst dogs as it is at the present time, he him self having seen a matter of sixty or seventy cases since January last; whereas in 1884 he had only about a dozen eases. A great deal of this increase is due to the disgraceful folly and wicked carelessness of the owners of dogs that happen to be affiected. Rabies does not come on sud denly, and if owners would pay a little more attention to the signsthatprecede au attack, the.disease would not be trans ferred, as it is at ...
BATHURST SHEFFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
BATilURST SHEFFIELD. The following tarits have been allotted for the above handicap, which is to be run dn Anniversayfay - Grmth, lyds. ; Morris, 4. soger., 5; D0ebttel, 6; cWinepp Dens, r; Cohsby, 0; Seal, 9; Purse. house, 9; Potter, 9; Johns, 9; Doybe, 9 ; Jesnuisg 10 ; Hunsphrys, 10; Williamo, 11 ; Cameron, 11 ?ron, 1.;Pery, 1;Datvison, 12; Slassoari, 12; Andrso,.1 ; ilrde,13; Phillips, 13 ' Tamaach, 19; Jaraiseon, 13; r earee, 13; lioehards, 14; Grady, 14. Scnalpls, 14;* 7oss, 14; M?acis~s, 10; O'Connoer 17.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
x6000.-First 'Annual calo of Go~ and Silver Jewellery, Watches, Clocks, p. 30s good value for £1, all new, Chi stinos dosigno. Neer/body can afford to 'ivo Pa present by purchasin; of the enter rising fhisn of IN. ]lorchtrdt and Co.,jwatch ni a~ero, .owellera, aid nilversusit] , 713, George-street, cornOe Camapbells ect. ~D~T~j Business Notice. ORE FACTS • FOR LAGER DRINKERS. HONOURS AT HOME AND ABROAD. SYDNEY EXPERIENCES. CLAUSENS ! ' CLAUSEN'S! CLAUSEN'S I In a previous issue an article appeared in these columns. dealing with the success of Clausen's Champagne Lager Beer in home- and foreign competitions, which it maynotbe-amiss to'summarise here. At the well-knownCentennialExhibition,held in Philadelphia, 1876, one of the most. celebrated Lager contests ever witnessed came- off, the judges being experts of world-wide. reputation, and the entries 1S in number, representing the lead ing breweries of the day. In order to- show the- manner in which the judging was conducted and the' ...
YASS SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
YASS SHEFBFIELD HANDICAP. The following starts have been allotted for theabove handicap, which takes place on Anniversary Day: 'o w turec, scrtch ; ' rGe, *Commo. tion, 2ys,Ce; CI. ?Freemen, 2yds. ; P. oersees, 2yds.; II. Holbngswert:?, 2yde.; T. White, 3yda,;. *D. Jenee, dyde ; Orden, 7ydls. ; W. Carey," ydo. ; 'Pirkoick, 9ydo. ; C. lBrenses, 9yde. ; I. A. Peg rose, Cydo. ; liewitt. Cyds. ; a?'. Paetelee, lOyde. ; O J.lields, Clyde,. T. Yes, Clyde. ; *iobbere, l5ydes.; 0. Neagoire, C7ydo. Theos marked * are essioned.
LAST UTTERANCES OF CELEBRATED PERSONS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
LAST UTTERANCES OF OELE BRATED PERSONS. It ought tofollowasa necessary sequence that those who take an interest in biography, in the lives of good and great men, in the actions and doings of con spiuenous and noble personages, should be concerned with the close of what in some cases were long and chequered careers. The dying words or last actions of a man who has acquitted himself creditably, who, while holding a high official position in the country, never performed a dishonourable action, must awaken a peculiar feeling of sympathy, in some cases akin to idolatry. A man may be great, yet his greatness may be detestable ; his actions, words, and sayings find their way down to prosperity, not that they are pntitled to any regard, but because they proceeded from a conspicuous personage, perhaps a king, queen, or royal minister. We hear and read of Nero of Caligula, not on account of any conspicuous virtue which was theirs, but because of their cruelty, the villainy of their intentions...
THE NEWCASTLE SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. SECOND DAY. NEWCASTLE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
TEE NEWCASTLE SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. SECOND DAY. NEWCASTLE, SATURDAY. The second day's running for the above came off on the Cricket Ground to-day in -the presence of about five thousandpcople. The weather was splendid for athletic purposes, a nice breeze blowing across the ground as on Thursday. There were several side shows and games of chance on the ground, all doing a roaring trade. All theofficials were attheir posts, andgreat satisfaction was expressed at the way in -which the arrangements were made. Owing to a few slighte showers during the previous night the ground was in capital order for running. The bookmakers mustered in great force, and wagering was heavy at times. Great interest was taken in the running, as several men were considered to have a show. Everything passed off splendidly, and, taken on the whole, this has been one of the moat successful athletic gatherings that has yet taken place in the northern district, and Mr. Walter Sidney is to be congratulated on the su...
CHILDREN'S CORNER. DAY AND NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
CHILDREN'S CORNER. DAY AHD NIGiT. My little daughter, happy in the day, Called to caress me, coolly stays away. "I'm busy new, but in a little while I'll come, mamma;" and with a careless smile Contented plays-and I contented wait For her caresses, no cles sweet though late. My little daughter, waklin in the night, Stretches her arms and cries in sudden frightn "Take me, mammal I want to come to you." Impatient tears fill the sweet eyes of blue If I delay to take her. Are not wo- Children of larger growth-as slow to see The love and care of God in golden days I' But when thocloudsof grief obscure joy's rays. We, too, cry out to God impatiently, "Tsko me, 0 Father, take mo unto Theo I" -Kato Taylor.lobilnoon.
CRICKET. FIXTURES FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
CRIOKET. FIXTURES Po0 JosasY. Manly v7. Incoggnito, Associaotin Ground 22, 2, 27. Intercoonial Match', Victbria 'v. New Southi Wales, Association Ground 23. Belvidoro v. Warlwick (continued), Doomain 23. gby v. Oriental Norwood Paunk 23. Carthona V. Coro (continued), Agricoultural Ground 3, Snrry Snsited vu. Neowton (oontinued), Agr?cul t- r Ground 23. hyde v. Double Bay (continuoo) Croydon Ground. ES. ?Euern Suaurbs v. Coates (Cup) 2. 'Carlingford v. Stlnmore, Stlnusors 23 Mdanlyy v. Incognito, Manly 23. Our Boys v. Beresford; Our Boyys' Grouni 23. Derwent v. Darlingtun, Forest, odge 23. St. Leonardo v. luudwiok, htandwiok 26. ?anly v. Curthona; Manly 26. Belvidero v. Purramatta Alfredo, Parramatta 30. St. Leonardo' v. Stanmore, Stanuore -28. Pluanly v. Conaserative, M?anly• ;30. MalyvCoeraieMal20 ugbDy v. Darlinggtonj Norwood Park -0. Belvidero v.,Carlingdord, Domain ? 30. Our Boys v. Windsor, Our Boys' Gronun 30. Beresford v. Waverley, Waverley ' 30. Derwent v. N. S. Delmoro, St....
A LIONESS AND HER CUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
A LIONESS AND HER CUBS. A portion of the crew of a ship which was anchored off the coast of India once wvent ashore for the purpose of cutting some wood, and one of the sailors, having through some cause become separated from his companions, was considerably frightencd by the appearance of a huge lioness which he saw approaching him. Much to his surprise, however, she did not, on coming up, appear to have any evil designs on him; but, instead, crouched at his feet, and looked steadfastly, first at his face, and then at a tree some little distance away. For a time the man could notunderstand thisconduct; butpresently, on the lioness rising and walking towards the tree, looking back at him as she went, he found out what it meant. Up in the branches of a tree was a large baboon with two little lion cubs in, its arms; and it was because of this that the lioness was in such tribulation. The difi culty now presented itself of how to save the cubs, for the sailor was afraid to climb the tr...
A HUSBAND'S TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
A HUSBAND'S TRUST. BD EVsLYN TOnrPE. "You are not going to leave me-so ceon P" " I must go." "Ah, you're cruel. Why ? Don't go I" Laura Littloton turned from the bed side where she had beeoon sitting to the window. She stood between the invalid and the soft evening light, a graceful, gracious, womanly figure, in some rich. simple gown, whose plastic folds satisfied his sculptor's eye, with her pale hair masseod on the top of her small head and one full blown rose at her bosom. She was a woman who had variously been called both beautiful and quite indifferent looking. The chief attraction of her face, with its rather cold colourless ness, lay in her eyes. They were neither colourless nor cold, but large, of slumbrous brilliancy, so darkly brown as to be almost black and shaded by long straight lashes. To Campbell Dexter she was beautiful, especially so at this moment when, for the first time in all her patient waiting upon him, she refused longer to re mainby his bedsideand help whil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
ANNUAL INCOME EXOEEDS5ONE MILLION RENTS INSURED. TsIt-las~ DWELLIINGS ?1-2HETPEN??OE PEAi £100 LIGHTNING & GAS EXPLOSION DAMAGES PAID.. Shipping. A LaO-AUSTEALASIAN STEAM W9TAYJGATION COMPANY. STEAMT0 AND PROM -LONDON and the CONTINENT. B.S. PORT DARWIN.... 2550Tons. 8.5: PORT ADELAIDE ... 290Q Tons B.S. PORT-JACKSONSN' . " 2650 Tons B.S. PORT PHILLIP .. 2660 Tons B.S. PORT VICTOR .2960 Tons J.S. PORT MACQUARIlE ... 8000 Tonis S.S. PORT AUGUSTA... .... 8000 Tons For particulars of freight and passage apply to A. M'ARTRUE and CO., Agents "3, King-street. 0 -. - -F ,, . . D BRISBAN WATER D, STEAI. BETWEEN SYDNEY AND GOSFORD. The steamer CHARLOTTE FENWICK leaves PATENT SLIP WHARF at 8.30 a.m., and No.2 JETTY, Circular posy, .at 9 a.m. daily, leaving (OSFORD, on he reurn Trip, at 2p.m., giving Passengers abonttwohoursaiu Gosford, andlanding them in Sydney about 5 p.m. Special Trips on Sundays at Excursion iRates. Leaving the Potent Blip Wharf at 8.30 a.m., calling at Darling.str...
BIRTH OF THE SOUL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
BIRTH OF THE SOUL. Decoyed to earth-ensnared, not asked One y thing with life was tasked. 'Twas feeble. bare-but of a race Tradition claims from God to trace. 'Tis organised with creature mood, Unconsciously it pleads for food, Resentingly makes known of pain, Appealings of sensations twain. Like sheep have (but 'tis helpless more) This cherished thing has still in store Inheritance divine, apart Sweet sunlight of the human heart. Caressing it, as mothers will, And wooing low, with tender skill, The soul is into birth beguiled. Enchanted thuse, the baby smiled. Esr.r S. i'NAxscsA.
COCOAINE. A NEW DANGER IN MEDICINE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
COCOAINE. A NeW DANGER IN MEDICINE. The Medico-Legal Society held at Colum bia College, New York, allege that incal culable danger lurks in the newly dis covered anEsthetic cocoaine, now exten sively used by dentiste and members of the medical profession, has brought to light some startling facts, which are given in the New YorkMercury. The use of cocoaine in the United States for medical and sur gical purposes, only dates from about a year ago. Its introduction into hospitals as a means of deadening pain was hailed by surgeons as one of the most valuable. DISCOVERIES OF THE DAY. At first it was found excellent in. appli cation as a solution or wash to any disoeased part requiring amputation or the touch of the scalpel. Then it was made applicable to deaden pain in the removal of an eye when necessary, without the patient being put into a state of unconsciousness or under the effects of a powerful aniethesia that might endanger the delicate member or life. In fact, as a harmless dru...
AQUATICS. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
AQUATICS. 26,. Iotienal Rgatta, . Entrie lose January 20, .5]0. Smith's llandicap Trophy Roae.. WVool~oomooloo Boy Rtegatta . Light Stif re for -ouths, Woolloomo. ]Bay 10.gonac trolphy) .. -. 23. Pyormont R?egatta. '. ... 20. Ralmain Anoial Regatta. R oYAL sYhROY 70000 OttR.XntO... Poecend-closs race, prizo £25. January 280, L'irst~reo~l rare, ffrize 35.-Jfanussry t0. Commodoro's froze, £50, eobruary 6.. The following is the programme-of the races to isoaioed dsriog semaon 1?505.00 January. 23.-Open boats, 22 feet; open boats, f .-Rlfdecke d b oat sts over 25 foot; oebroeoy 20.--.urry.shsry rase for Open boast - eo. do., for holf-deohed hoots. Mooch O.-Half-docked boats, ooer 2e and ssd n?ot exeedieg 25 foot; hoif-doohed boats, 20 foot rood soder. Maooh 25.-Op?en bostej20 foot; open boots, 20 -eet. " Aperil o.-H eiaf.dtctd toots, 20 fet mod under ; Open tats, 22 foet. aitosrotionso as the committee may deem fit. STORERY AMaATOO AIIO 5005i ~OlOt. gLOOn. The following is the programme...
TURF FIXTURES. 1886. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886
TUP ?T IXTURIES. 11186. PA.ucaRc. 20, 21, 22. Tuamania:? Racing Club. ?23. b~o~ceill Race Club. 26, 27. Junie Racing Club. 26. Jydncy Turf ClubRandwitk. Handioaps Jemlary 18. I0. Camdeu and Canmpbolluown Jockea Club Entries, 1lth inntlant 28, 30. Geeluug l.C. General entries, 18th 22. Gnlburn, Saummer Race 2lteeting. "8. "Windor Parea'lacing Club. Intries, January 16 Peauna ny. 3,4. uraidrood T. C. ?, . Tmor J.. ?ruiatinsfor Paown Plate and Tfemeen Jockey Club Randicap cloen an January7 1; 2 er. enah Weightsa January 15 ; acceptan cJacnae yl 1. Sydney fiving Park Club. 37 and 18. Rathurst Turf Club 27. Roeheill. ,113. Newcautle P.Cb 3., Vaicteria Amateur T.C. General eatiews, b ebaury ; wcighta, February 3 38,39. rosehl J.C. 20. Canterbury Park Race Club -,22. Croekehll A.C. , - Glean Thees. 22,e26. larrangong Turf Club. RntrienI'ebruary9 27. V. R. C. Autumn. Entries fur iewmacket HIandicap) and Anstralian Cue, January-4 wReliglht, January 22 ;scnd- forfeit, Feb. ruary 225 generul e...