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SHIPPING. VESSELS TO ARRIVE AT SYDNEY, EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS AND INTERCOLONIAL VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

SHIPPINg. VESSELS TO ARRIVE AT SYDNEY, EXCLU SIVE OF COASTERS AND INTER COLONIAL VESSELS. T'n. Where Dat SName and Rig. n'go From. Abbio Carver, bqo ... 934 Booton O.O 13 Agnes Oswald, oh - Sharpness Nov. Amalfo, . . 1931 Hamburg Nov 15 Amoy, oh 99.. 4 Liverpool ... Nov 7 Alcinous, lh .- London ... Nov Austral, O.S.S. ... 381 Plymouth ... Jan Aldergrove, al -- London - Angerton, 00 . -- London e Australia, as -- :'Frisco Anstralasian, ss -- London ... Dco 23 Parceoo, no .. - London - ,lartola, seh ... - Yap . Ne . onomlay, os ... - London Braidwood, bqa ... 950 Hamburg ... Sp 14' British Isles, nh ... 23.1, Loedon Bucdphalna, s .. 1192 at Adelaide... Nov. 11 California, bqo ... 705 Pt Gamblea Candida, h.. - London . Cape Clear, blqo .-' . Liverpool Cape Comorin, ah .- London Cerro Allegro, bqo ..- Charento Chollerton, a . " 1734' London N.. R 0 City of Bombay, ah -- London' City of Corinth, sh .- London ... No .. 11 Colnea, bqo a 1188 Pt Blakaley... Cutty Sark, eh - 'London Canisca,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ETIQUETTE RAMPANT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

ETIQUETTE RAMPANT. I cannot say that I am remarkably fond of etiquette. I have never used it to excess, but what I have taken has, I fancy, never done me much good. If I am a phrenologist to the extent I think I am, I feel justified in officially informing all the nations, tongues and kindreds of the earth that I am deficient in the organ of pretonitiveness. Il;almve an uncontrolable desire at table to take an ear of new corn in both hands and gently insinuate about two-thirds of the middle of it into my mouth. There is asort of ton-cent-straight flavour about corn eaten in that way that can never be found with a knife and fork, and besides, judging fromwhat I have seen among cows, pigs, and other bric-a-brac, it is the way of nature. According to my experience,.a hungry man has no business with etiquette. It is the toothache of art, and the mashed thumb of science. When a fellow has walked mnine miles and carried a pair of twin babies to a picnic, only being able to rest by changin...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURING A HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

CURING A HUSBAND. There is a, woman living down Howard strect who reads the newspapers. She read in a newspaper the other day that a Boston woman cured her husband of run ning out at night bynmakinig him jealous. _'he idea was.a good'un. She let her sistdr into ;the plot. and t?he sister's husband might have been seen -sneakinig into and out of the house at a late evening hour. Some of the neighbours got hold of it, and some one wrote to the husband; "' Beware ! As. a friend I would advise you to watch your wife!" SHis wife saw the bud of suspicion in his eye, and was hugely pleased. She told her sister, and there was a great cackling: Sister told her husband, and he slapped his leg and exclaimed : - S"Hal hal! hal We've got hlim onthe run V, Thomas Payne, the great thinker, yet a deist, before he died asked some friends who had come to see him if they had ever read the "Age of Reason." On receiving an affirmative answer, the dying man said, "-I w?ould 'give worlds' ' had it' never ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. FREDERICK HARRISON ON RELIGION OF HUMANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

MR. FREDERICK HARRISON ON RELIGION OF HUMANITY, it is pleasant after the noise and tur moil of election struggles, after being forced to'hear so long the harsh discords of abuse and recrimination, after being re-. minded yet once more that poor humanity cannot even try to advance its own cause without the way being stopped by squab bling politicians (eagerly proclaiming themselves the only leaders, their rivals, impostors, and worse),to turn to a quieter atmosphere, and to remember the moral issues really involved in political move ments. In his address en "Politics and a Human Religion" at the beginning of last month, Mr. Frederie Harrison dwelt eloquently and earnestly on the light which political contests throw upon the actual value of the religions, the creeds, the ethical systems which contend for men's allegiance. "A religion, or a moral system of any kind, ought," he says, "to teach us how to live; how'to do our duty in the sphere in which we find ourselves. And few kinds of ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

Where he Drew the Line.-" No," said a Vermont deacon, "I don't approve of hos' racin', but when another member of the church becomes so godless as to try to pass me. on the road comin' home from meotin', I feel it my duty to the church to let out a leetle on the lines, just to keep him from puttin' his trusot in earthly things." Headaches, lownesse of spirits, Sc., show that thle Liver is oat of order--I eVoLrn'g 9SC5A5Irs yeou have the best remely.-ADvr. .Abk for DJyaeceros'eBo4~triaeJam.-ADVT.) Business Notices. THE "BEALE" HIGH ARM PATE NIT SEWING MACHINE. BUILT TO SPECIAL PLANS " UNDER PERSONAL SUPERVISION BEALE ,AND CO PANY after many years experience in the SEWING MACHINE TRADE, observing that all Machines hitherto intro duced to the publie were capable of great improvenients, determined after con sulting the most competent judges and experts, that their Principal should pro ceed to Europe, and there get a, Machine built that should embody theirviews and thoroughly satisfy the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW GUINEA HIGH COMMISSIONERSHIP. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

THE NEW GUINEA HIGH COM MISSIONERSHIP. (?RoM OUR OWN CORn.ESONDENTC.) MELBOURNE, Turs DAY. Cablograms received hero from London state that Mr. John Douglas, C.MI.G., has boon gazetted Special Commissioner for New Guinea.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE QUEENSLAND SEPARATION QUESTION. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

THE QUEENSLAND SEPARATION QUESTION, [EnoI Oul OWN e0 aRESPONDEN.r." M?iLBOU1INE, Turs DA?. iDr. Abeamrn, the ofilcial representative of the Queensland separation movement, has written to the Daily. News denying the statement that has been made that there is a desire to employ coloured labour on sugar'plantations, as the motive for tho severance of Northern from Southern Queensland.

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BISHOP MOORHOUSE. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

BISHOP MOORHOUSE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] MELBOURNE, Taes DAY. In Melbourne it is explained that Bishop Moorhouse's acceptance of tho bishopric . of Manchester, was in duced by tho fact that in theo English bishopric he will have less travelling and fatigue, and so be able to work for several years longer. The Age suggests tho opening of a subscription list in order to organiso as testimonial to him in the shape of an endowment of the Cathedral or a new bishopric, or some other object he would approve, and one £50 subscription has boon received by the Argus for that purpose, which the Rev. A. Gosman strongly advocates. Acablegram received here from London states that the London Times regards the selection of Dr. Moorhouse for the Bishopric, of Manchester as a compliment paid to Australia.

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (CRon o005 own COLRESPONDETN..) MELBOURNE, Tins DAt. Despite the stringency of the Sunday closing laws, over eighty drunkards were leoked up yesterday. SThe labourers connected with the iron trade have decided to form a union. A tramway car, with Danks' gas motor, commenced running to-day at the rate of thirteen miles an hour. The trial of tho pneumatic disappearing carriage for an Armstrong gun carriago was sueccessfully made on Saturday under the supervision of Mr. Dacres, of Sir Win, Armstrong and Co. A 1001b. shell was fired. The wife of Zeplin, a professor of music, Edith Searle, daughter of a nurseryman, and Annie Richardson, were drowned while bathing at Belfast. Mrs. Zeplin got into deep water. The others, half-dressed, tried to save her. Mrs. Leplin's niece, Mrs. Thomas, , courageously saved Miss Richardson, and nearly lost her own life in an unsuccessful attempt to rescue her aunt. The minister to be associated with the Rev. Charles Strong has been...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. BRAIDWOOD, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. (enom oU0 OWN COwREESPONDENTS.) - BRIIAIDWOOD, Tins DAY. The weather is dull. There are a number of delegates from the surrounding districts in town to-day to attend the annual meeting of the Grand United Order of Oddfellows. NUNDLE, Tms. DAY, On Saturday evening last a heavy thunderstorm passed over the town, and the lightning was very vivid. Yesterday S(Sunday) we had a similar visitation, the rain descending in torrents for half an hour. Consequently, the river and creeks are in grand form this morning. The rain was much needed here, as the ground was becoming very parched and dry. The weather is still muggy.and lowering. GOODOOGA, Tars DAr. On Saturday several . thunderstorms passed over here. Only 47'points of rain fell, but a few miles away over two inches fell. ' At Angledool there were .35 points, and at Currawilldi 50 points fell. The weather is now fine, but very sultry. TAMWORTH, Tars DAY. Nearly one inch of rain fell on Saturday night. The recent showe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAST MOMENT [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

LAST MOMENT Mr. W. Garling, at his yards in Pitt street, this morning disposed of the booths, gates, &c., for the lRosehill race meeting on Saturday, January 23, at the following prices:-hill booth, No. I, Mr. W. Gibson, £15; No. 2, T. Caine, £8; right to erect refreshment booth, cake and fruit stall, T. .W. Iladon, £17; right to entrance gate, hill reserve, J. Ellisoin, £76; ontrance gates, J. I. Davis, .C165. Total, £271. During the hearing, of the evidence at the inquest on the man Charles Burton, at the Sydney morgue this morning, the coroner had some slight trouble with a feialoe witness, who, after being re peatedly warned to speak a little louder, so that the jury might have an oppor tunity of hearing her verbal evidence, took umbrago at a question put to her by his Worship, and' her sarcastic reply provoked a smilofrom the jurors. On his worship trying to explain that she mis understooed the point she sharply inter jected; "I cah be nasty as well as you." Subsequentl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. GLOBE OFFICE, 1 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. GLoBne OsFICE, 1 r.w. Sales reported on Change, viz.: Bank of Now Zealand, Sydney register, .20 10s. B3ank of New Zealand, New Zealanm register, £20 5s. Queensland National Bank, £9 8s. Gd. - Wallsend Coal, 410.. Sunny Corner Silver, 39s Gd., 40s. Silver King, 15s. 3d., 14s. 9d. Banud and Albion Consols closed osa Change with buyers, 54s.; sellers, 69s.,

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HOMEBUSH SALES. THIS DAY. HOMEBUSH, 1 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

HOMEBUSH SALES. THIS DAY. [nsoc oUn OWN REPORTER.] HOMEIBUSH, 1 rore. Ten thousand three hundred sheep penned. The market ruling dull. Rates have prevented Iselleors sending in large numbers as they prefer to run the risk oF holding over. There was a very shorte market. The sales commenced at an im provement of from (d. to 9d, per head on the last day's prices, but very quiokly afterwards sank to Thursday's rates. Prime lots wore in good demand and slightly firmer, as the bulk offered are of inferior quality. The bidding was not spirited, except foe first-class lots. A [pen of 500 merino wethers, fron. Byrook, realised 9s. Gd.-on the average. rather more than theywould havebrought. on Thursday, The following are the ruling quotations. to the time of wiring - SHIEEP. Merino wethers (prime), Os. 8d. eto 9s. 9d. Medium, 7s. to 7s. Gd. Other sorts from 5s. to Gs. Crossbred wethers (prime), 8s. (3. t5. Bs. Od. Medium, 7s. to 7s. 3d. Lambs.-Merinoes up to G?. 9d. Messrs. Wilkinson and Lav...

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THE SONG OF THE SIGN. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

THE SONG OF THE SIGN. Come in, come in," se sang the welcome sign in years one by albove th tavern door. .'Abide within awhile, for food and wine .Andi goodly company and rest nro thbie. Come in, come in, aod every care resign, . The shadows lengthen and the day is o'er." SCome in, come in, the cheerful flames invite, The inn its poreal opens to your call; ' 'Upie the hearth the groat log crckles bright, Shedding about a soft and soothing light. Come in, come in, and leave the gloomy' night; Aly joyous soeng, I sing to one and all. III. "' Come in, come in," the sign no longer sings Its creaking voice, nor mnoans a warning strange, As to and fro above the door it owings, And to the passecr-by these words it flings: t' Beep back, keep back. See how the ivy clings The passig years have wrought afcarlul change. Iv, *ooeep back, keep back; the hearth is cold and idroc, Within a ghostly silence reigns suplireme. All weary wandeeres to nc give e,ar The god of riii only enters here. .KHee ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOMETHING ABOUT MYNAS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

SOMETHING ABOUT MYNAS. In my remarks about sparrows I was rather severe upon their character gene rally, showing that there .was nothing lovable about the crow. Far different is it with the dear, gentle, sprightly, and highly-amusing mynas. Their sub-family, the sturninu, are represented at home by the starling (Slta-rus vulgaris). Our mynah are natty and sprightly, pleasant in plumage and voice, and singu larly amenable to domestication. The common myna, known all over India, is unhappily characterisod by the dreadful name, "Acrideotheres tristis." Fortunately it is neither "acrid" nor "tristis," but whether it may turn out "otheres" I don't know. It is a very social bird, always asso elates in flocks, which coalesce at night, and separate in the :morning with enor mous chatteration. Like the sparrow, this species always affects hunan society; but, unlike the sparrow, it does not depend on us for food. It is very fond of building its nest in the eaves of our thatched houses, or amo...

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JACQUES BONHOMME AND HIS WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

JACQUES SONHOMME AND HIS WIFE. (From Les C?hers Voisius, by Max O'Rell.) Among the many excellent chapters in IM. O'Rell's new work, one of the best is that in which the typical French peasant and his wife are described. The following translation will, we feel sure, be of con siderable interest to our readers: Jacques Bonhomme is a small land holder, fond of his country, his cottage, his fields, his cow, and his ,ros soes. His great aim is to be independent of the world, and to this end be takes great care of his pence, and has no need of any French John Bright to tell him that if lie does so;the pounds will take care of them selves ; it is a sentiment born in him. If lyou wish to make him happy, when he brings you a load of wood or a cask of cider, pay him in silver five-franc pieces Ibis coin of predilection. He will take gold without repugnance, but will look askance at a bank-note. If you were to tender him a cheque, the odds are ten to one that hlie would immediately go for a p...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CENTRAL. MONDAY, JANUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CENTRAL. MONDAY, JANUARY 18. (Before Mr. Leopold Yates, D.S.M.) MISBEHAVIOUR.-Catharine Slack (27), was charged with the grossest misbe- haviour in Ultimo-street and fined 40s. or one month, and for profane language was fired a further 20s. or seven days. Ellen Tighe (45), for a similar, though even more disgusting offence against decency in Buckingham-street, was sent to gaol for seven days, and for using obscene language was fined £5 or three months. BAD LANGUAGE.-Joseph Birch (22) was fined £5 or three months for obscene lan- guage in George-street. Fines of 20s. or seven days were inflicted upon James Roirdan, Agnes Williams, John Poulson, William Johnson. W. Kelly, and Catherine Smith were each fined 40s. or fourteen days for using profane language in the public streets. Clara Brilli (29), for indecent language in Elizabeth-street, was fined £5 or three months. RIOTOUS.-Fines of 10s. or three days were inflicted upon Thomas Brown, George Finch, James Burge,...

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AGENTS FOR THE "GLOBE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

AGENTS iFCR rHEt "GlOBE,< T.ahd TLOBE in nw onlarged to Eight Pa0es ... ilt.ein columne in all Itthus becomes THE ULABlEST EVENINGt NEWiSPAPERt S ' .M. ~IN.AUSIT A, IA.. -. , !The GoOZBE gcbn" obinInoal oil theo ugents" SYDNEY. AND THE SUBURBS 11.3. Barker, 85 Sussoxsrot. . . Sonuol Banter, Iltlmao.nse? -o . Iaoo nti Cotmlray?- iig.tr e t.tm nell : Stetioh ... . . . . &Y.Burner. Woollna " , anmuel Bushby. 85 Vlne~eiret, Redlern Jeeoph C?doan, Centrl Balnani " Mrs. Davis, Koen-streot . H. W. L. Cnastnon, U Clheonee-setres rc. o. Clark, tram termlne, eikville •; Crolt,15 Willlnam-sreoet Beacon and Nonse North Shorbc G. EngiechPaddinetoai Ho w. Foster, 1414 Wllam-steoet Win. C. Good, Potorabam nlre. Hnamilton, Waverloy barris Brothers, Nowtown -also at Cook's. Hacdonaldtown and St. Petera Nrs. Hicholifte, 75 Botan?.rond, Waterloo John L. Berghobfcr, l.PiPstt.teet H. How, Parremmatta.road, l"efchhnrat -lr. Johns; HLMaf-ahon'aPoit, L;avender Bay J3seph Wing, Lavendor B...

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LIVERPOOL POSTAL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

!IVERP-iOL POSTAL MATTrER9. jn reosponsb t dcontinuous agitation ini reforenco to tlle postal matters of Livor pool end immediato diutriot, M?Ir. N. G. Bull, M2.P. fo ~ Jentral Cumberland, has received the followyin :- i ' aourul sOnt Ofce. Sydny,. . 8th January, 1?0, Sir,-'iVitb reference to your appclication for the 'dolivery of correspondrence by letter crrier aut Sverpeulto bo extended, o that youruoltfa u thlors ring within a resonmenlo distance of the rost Sirc mIaylavo the bnefit of apostal delivery, at loot once n djoy, undi ifrrfleri no to the inter view which the ponstl inspector had with you a toe doyo since on thu uamo subjet, I am dircted b, thul Postmntoer.Goeenel to Inform yoce that, in view of thle inopetor'n report, ho doe not feel tig ullledo sanotionitng any oltonloun of lhe do. veory at prsenet, as it toufld only.bo efcated hy the employmen f on ? extra carrier at eun eximpon of about ttO a yeur, wbleh the amount of correopon. dcueo to bo delivored wilnutmo?wtrra...

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WASPS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

WASPS ;-' S B B?A? . ABrri.n. SOf the Vespida, orsocial vaspa, we have seven British species, inlsding the hornet, which is by far the larsgest and most easily recognisable. The siscrimination of the other species is nos by any means an easy matte-r, and necs4 a very close attention to minute details. IBut the hornet is at once distinguished both by its size and eolour; its hues pre brown and yellow, instead of black and yellow, as is the ease with all Sthe other species. F efore, however, we can prbperlyi'ndor liahd the differences of the species, or the reasons for their invasion of our hmems and their pilfering 'of our food, it will be necessary to sketch the life-history of a Vespa. At the plan is nearly the same in all, we aeed not at present particularise species, but only prema?sathat we choose a saubterranean, as beig?imore common than an arboroeal~builder. We begin-with' a' in"o old-female, or queen, as ashe i called, whom'the warmth of advancing spring has aroused from her...

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